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THE GOOD ROADS COVENTION.
Supervisor Schumpert has Called a good roads convention to be held in the court hou1se on tihe 12th of September. We hope the Convention will be largely attended by the people from every see tion of the county, and that they Will como prepared to express their viewa oi tho ul)ject. The at tenmtlee at the1 various meet ings in the gxxt rsads %nm paign Which was recently carried on throughout t ht eorlt y shows that t he people t4%ke a geat deal of interest in the question. as they should. Thy have heard the various plans for road building proposed :d discussre by the dit'erent speakers in that eanmgn. It is Iow for the to eUpivss tIhem sehlves, and this expvssion shO-uld ome now. What a maiority of the }e\'pie of the County w:mt will be JIdne, 'hey w aII t bet ter roads, and w e n,! ie eh are ready and wiling to Ve t a.10i In order to seure themn. In what m:1:mer would they pIreIev that he t a\ e levied. N' ost of thim h\e t about the question an,i ha; e :Irvt\i st a luchsion. C'ome te' the ent:'mv on the 1,-th anid express a troll y lnt'e New dict. to tile F. ISP~ . 1'(V Nriel for their lives.' sale slaut and st reet olig on 0\ - 141 teI'z1 \ c.ovsZ criminal ne. of those accI Irev enited -. have been p k sight alit .C who alk"m of IFasen~t is iust - - \viF I l ) fare tol rates.V ing tha car or. - roalsaw. the far, otherer a scoF.u:-gF ate.d a - the ra in gre' - hutes mucIh b to self .'"It - if thee lie v(ed t imfpose, fre e. r of scoin '1 hats ju-stFi the e'xpenFFF of laborFar oppJressv cident bear. . recent T ilma re.ceived ai F(Fmpl a , t.. wAidely IFb.1 hed,i aa failure of ti he so . make its Z-chedub. -I''. tI l)oinited out is the' w.at InA (.oi'mb, aon ty. Charlestor train, the ('hiarlesyton trairF seldom if ever arriving in (Culu mbia on time. The railway corn~pany, has been asked to change its schedule so that patrons miay not lose from ten mfinjutes to two hours each dtay. TIhis is a very simple remedy, andF we! do rnot .-ee wher the railroad comnpany- could los. an, t' ng by adop'.ing it. ThYis train1, ho-w. ev.:sr. for t. pat :-everaI dav-s has Ldeern do:inrg better. General M. C. IWtl-r has been sug gented as a runniing mate for some con. servative mar at the head of the Dem ocratic party. It is an excellent sug gestion. The crazy man who went to the Presi dent's home at Oyster Ray wanting to marry the PresidIent's dlaughter wasn't very particular about the kind of father in-law he would gt Lou Dillon, the tWo-minute trotter, and Sir Thomas Lipton, owner of the challenger for the America's cup, have been holding the boards in this country all to themselves for the past few days. Lou Dillon is a winner and Sir Thomas is a loser, but both have the right blood in their voins. The Augusta Herald say that if Roose velt succeeds in getting the United States in a war with some other country ie is era.y enough to resign and go to the front. Then let us have a war right away, please immediate. - Ander son Mail And put him in command of every negro ill the army. We arv glad to know that the Dysons bridgx over Saluda river is to to be re \iitre. This is one of the most daii g'rous briidgea in the county evetn wheii inl g\xl %'odition and it should be kopt in %z\xxi rvpair by all means. The News (om Maybintoi. M.ybillton. Septemer 3. The hot s,i the past eight or ten dIays after the m.ntitued rains thriuhih ImIst ot A qst has caused the ct tOn to pen ratidl in this communit1v. Uh on ~~ s'p ariui Maybhint on looks o'Ivv, A Al 'i N1 dzkste IN :s :i I I \V akes a muIh better ttn - . : -- Ve \N s \ - T A-- 1C - GUsh llLell, S ..1e -- r - - i u .a - it- - . *ti'' ' - - t - -~IIi. i -L r S -* '>V d r - . *r. i x l'o-or. iM en ( ', . o ',ub..u... Weetk J:nd Hate.s Frorn poin(ta one the A tlantic ('kast ne to, Seasid'! Jewa~rts, ticktc on sale >atuJrday, good returnirig inecludin~g M'lfn. lay following, attrac:tiv w:hedl ule:t, un irpa.:d servir- Surrnm-er TouriM., ric-ket to Mountain andJ Se.aside. Rewat'rta imited for return p'assage to~ Octobe*r ist on sale until Sep,tembher 20th. For full particulars, rates, etc, call mn 'icket Agents or w,rite, W. J. CRAIG, General Paasenger Agenst I. M. EMERSON, Traffe Manager Wilmington. N. C. NEWBERRY'S LYCEUM COURSE ICP, SEASON TICKETS AND TI1 advertising matter for the Lyceun Course havo arrived and the ticket: will be delivere<l within the next fev days to those who have already sub scribed. As soon as these have receive< theirs, any others may got tickets. The following five numbers constitutt the course: m'x. Gov. ilob Taylor, (il his new l(eture, 4Cstles in thle Air) lion. Alf Taylor, De Witt Miller, Metro politan Grand Concert Co., Siegel Meyer-Caveney Co. A single reserved seat season tickel will be $3.00. Anly one taking t.wvc tikets will get them for $5.50 The opening num111ber of tihe voiurs w.ill be on the night of October 5th. AOMINISTRATOR'S SALE N oTICE I IlIEll1Y Gly' that I will soll at public octery be fort, the Court (oust' at Newb;rry S. C., within tihe legal hours of sale, on Saleday in Ot-tober. 190:1. if not sold it privatv sale hiefore then. all thai jpie1wrty kiowi as the Neherry Rollvi t ill, si tuatetdi one and a n al miles nort 1 of Ne%wierry. S. C.. and doscribtod a follows: Complete 7;N-barrel stean roller flour mill; brick building 30\10 feet. with letial roof: elngine roon f' t'. of brick. with nmettal roof, cont8aining S\14 lirwnell & Co., auto. mati engine. 40 hor'w power .ombard tboii'r and one Mot ti combinletd boi It) fet'ed -ump and heater: one it light et'ntornlI Il t,t rwik '% . dV namo. SV011 r0s 11f lamd wil bt sold w.it h the mill; also _'- room t enemen't hous and tw out bulldimv"'. 'er,ms of Salt : I 'Iur-hOaser will be rt quani to 1a,\ t br0- f0urti'ths cash tbal :I''e v':.\ aie'x: w ihn .ne \ earm. se'ggygdt . a' 1ertgage ne.ad inIsurance p%i'\' fin srat or 0. Teacher Wanite~d. .'."f0'. I 1 TEACRFR w.ANrED, WE HAVE MOVE.D TO THE TWO $TOBES UNDER THE CROTWkLL BUILDING A SMALL DbSTANCE FROM Main Street, BUT WE ARE NOT EXACTLY 3VT OF BUSINESS~ t Will Pay You To Look Us Up.l PR ICES .. BE .. Better Than Euer. Sewberry Hardware Compan. Teacher Wanted. HE TRZUSTEES OF NEW HOPE school, No. I1 Township, school district No. 25, will meet at the school houso Septombor 6th, at 2 o'clock, for thle purpose of electing at teacher for said school. Applications may be fied on or before maxt date with any One of the undersigned trustees. J. P. ADAMS, J. C. 1E1TZSEY, C. W. INGER, Trustees. Teacher Wantod 1401Z.Wlilli'lA.AND SC1lOOL DIS triet No. 31. Applicais state sal:ary .wanted. File application with un11dersigned by September 5. l'AT 1l10,AN 1) Slihsi, S. C. G1,'0. '. S l'l l.:\ , Sligh.s, S. C. 1). C. 11OL,A ND, little Mountain. L OO. F PULASKI LODGE NO. 20. E,A''.E MO'l:Y 1,1'I)A Y NIG111T 1\1 at '7'30olot-k ati. t.hivir hall a1t. I.ho Ornitb ihl z4vii,ol bmildlitiz. Vlsitors cor .l. S. S\I11i. N. T. I) s-- rt,I .1 r , Sicret.arv A. F. Couits. J. I,. Dickert. COUNTS & DICKERT, I '''n tnii 'infeet ionritis, Il'roduie', o are' in business,'s again andu w.l stll tho h1st goods at the lowest ptio '''. S' ns woir yon nood goods in) oir. hno. Russell's Old Stand. Main Street. Watches, Clocks, Silver and Plate Ware, Cut Glass and Table Ware SUITABLE FOR Wedding and Birthday Presents Key winding Watches Changed to Stem Winders. I~ ~ ImlRt~ ' I .~ qL 141 i 16 Eduard Sholtz, Jewoler and Optician. INDIGESTION UuR ED c si> Hicks' Capudmie -~ *~!Pope~ Leo XIII - -S--he - ~ - h i -' and - - -arced: - - 5 re ? . *cago. Manager Wanted. - \~- ' in hi - orv. *. F for v:ec.ll - - - -rn cash -e Morlay ' 'r::. E:x - -- n p)ermad - - a ( ' p~r, .Mana Ch.cago. Ta the Public at large' - ?nn tera of an organiiza Droo'r:ig to g'iv*ing cheap pro 'i:nm thes cou'nty, we take. ;-a are in ri-cornmi-ending to the pap.- a vwhole, the Wo ~rkrnen's I ro ,'~ rotecti " As:.>r:iat ion of Ar ec.~ as beig t he b-st thing i th way of :-wk,acident and b o a,.brn'fit 2inexistenice. We w.rm- t,rir the- ?gs- of 12 to (;5. It ,q, : j.) ~fr a po~licy, and if yuar ' k on e w.eek, we pay you -4i p'r wie ; ~ and at the deathI of a mr'nbi-r i' as a burial fund Said. A ny.one w:ishing protec taniiamat ie:s or accident at co.st, can g"t it by applying to either J--igenie S. Werts, Sece tary- a rid T reasurer, or .J. W,. Reed er, County Agenit. To the Secretary anid Tfreasurer of the Workmien's Union Protectiv. A 'iso ciation of America: I cirtainily appreciate the >romptness ri you paiyintg my husband, 1'hornas 11. Re'.ves, sick lbeiefi t and burial fnnds. I can he rt ily recommr-end the com uany~ to one and all w.ho want p.oec Jon2 at cost. My husband had only iaid lirt.y-five cenits (85e) into the treasury ftc r receivi ng. his p olicy', anid the cor ianyv haA fulilIiIled its promnt)ise to a le 'r. I think every rman, woman and bidin the (ounfty, t hat is twelve years 1(1, ,ought to have a policy ini the Work- I tens I Jrmon, Protective Association of mneric-a. First why, be'cause it is a 'trme compijany; second the money is Ik 'pt right at homte: tird you get it~ Ieo:.n; fouth the11( assoc-iationl is dto gwhat G od has taught us to dlo, help re another; and! ther-e is no~ better way F 0 obey the cortmmrndt of the Lord than" o link together in this grand Associa 'O,g- I c:annot praise 'the Association o bigh for what it hn done for lil tushand, Tfhos. I I. I eevesI. May you adl ver live arnd cat-my on the goodt work, s my best wishes to) the Association. Mu is. X ThoMAS 11. Ri-i:g:g. mark. Valuable Old Books!! "Random Recollectiousof a Long Life" 1806 to 1876 by E0dwin J. scott "Mallo doce" by 0. 11. Mayer, A. M., M. ) and John A. Chaptatn, A. M "The Story of Itdlice" by itieralda Boyle. 'Il1IoV liound" 1866 by Greenleaf. "The New D.y" by Richard Watson Gilder; ptl Ii d11 1875. "Annals of No . berry " by O'Neall iland Chapmnilla "Toin Brown's School Days at Rtgby " by 1' oits I11ughes "Thistle )own)" hv lEsn ca (o Boyle; published 1871. "General S .e of Ilitory" by liduard A. F.reem "Life atnd Tinei of Robert Jimiltet"; pr - lished 1872. "Ileroiies of the Rebelliol Woma's Work in the Civ War" by J,. 0. lhocket, NI. I). attii Mrs. Mary C. Vatighti. ' Reviewerd Reviewed o the War lletween tho States" h A. II. Stey. eis. .Story of the Civil War" by C. J. Wiaslhington. "'Gentilemen of the 01(1 School I)ays"; publishled 1839. "Battles of the Repubie by Sea mtdt Smnd from ,exhigtllon to the City of Mexie"" by If. W. larrison "Perfect. Love" by J. A. Wod, 1861. "Mind lnd lie-tit. iil Re ligiti" by A briat Jaeger, 1873. ' Tihe Argonants of North Liberty" by Iret l 1arte "I'a imetto I,yies." ' "I isorical Collectilon of Sonth Carolin"I puiblishied 180. "Iltistory of NIt((owall's IIIigaide" y1) .1. P J. abdwe I ' San.gs of the L,antd and Sell" by 1li1meralo Ioyle Maues' Book Store. Best in the World. THE WALTER A. WOOO MOWERS AND RAKES For sale by me at close figures. Guaranteed to give satisfaction. Call on me at the Bonded Warehouse, or UPon Wrm. T. Gaillard. G. M. B. EPTING. GENUIN. PERUVIAN GUANO, A Complete Natural Malll'e. TE AIZE AGENTS FOUZ THIS County for 6011nine Peru11vian uIano. wh Is a C 1oplete. well hal ancd nat urual rmunurye. contauiInn the pr:nepal elemnents of tlant food in the :most suitable codi: ion All persons C-sirm. to avail !emseiVes o the op rtumty to gu: lnuine lega\ian ul pie their order with us : no se t'etore the first of Szptember, as Wcz- annot cent ravt for aliv SUIdM ER BROS. JUS T A R1l\ LD a: S.B Jones' e FeshNab sco. Athen~ra. Chanm pagne arnd Fe-stino Wafes FULL LINEI of Cane Meats, ?7. Canr.ed Vege:ah u:dCnned Fish at s. b. V.hs lin of Heinz's IPiekh- in' glass at S. F..,s OLIVESL. Sauce-s. and all kindls of ~-Cond iments at S. F. .Jon.s'. H uylIer's Lowney's and Baker's Cocea, S pices, and Flavoring Extracts At S. B. Jones'. Dried Fruit: California Apricots, PruneCs, Pea ches and Raisins, At S. B. Jones'. [ABLETS, lOX PAPER, IlSITINC CARDS Lnd everything in the ine of STAPLE STA 'iONERY at the [ERALD AND NEWS Tab lets from 2 cents ach up. Beau tif ul k rtn apers. Corne and see. Also a line of nice C gas BULLET] The Best Efforts of8a S Would be required to dc of our large and well s General Merchandise, w, Not only have we bough vance in prices, but wo from Mills and Manufa men's profit." We are I and hereby propose to si this fall, let it be what it r Dry Goods, Clothing, Ha Groceries, C for less than present v have never allowed ours drop back into the same Newberry, S. C. We m always done, and promih our store the place from originate. Our motto h goods for less than elsew No one can lower our r quality and General ME ness. O. KLE THE FAIR AND SQ IX[n). IE. Poll T12e Leadiqg I NEWBERRY, Orders filled pi prices often lowe obtained in the la Particular atte, Physicians' Pre Graduated and I rnacists. W1a. E. Pelh Prescription P Gold en Eu This is pr~Aepai cording to the ~well known oc 'treatment of gri Slids and red, smr Seyes. It gives il Slief, and if used icording to dir ~permanent Cu 'eyes. Price 25 GIL DER & Particular Pharma Corn NEWBERRY, SPECUAL FOR SEPT Those who have not t facat ion had better do so systems in good order. iealth. A few weeks now A/eeks of sickness later. ATTRAC ieBracing Climate, l3kaautiful A utumn Splendid ( E New Doubcn-.Track Te -For further particulars [N NO. 1. Ior Tontiodgralg justicc to the merit; ejected Fall stock f hich is arriving dail . tiong before the a . have bought direct cturers-"No Middle herefore in a positl6n Lpply your every want pay. ts, Shoes, rockery or Glassware /holesale prices. We elves to follow or even class with any firm in ust lead as we have 3e to continue to make whence all bargain is always been More here, no matter where. >rices or excell us in ircantile Progressive rTN ER UARE DEALER. T Iarn iaci sts, - s.- C. -omptly and at r. than can be rge cities. ition given to scriptions by ..Acensed Phar harmacists, elt io I ed by us ac~- ,2 formula of a '# ulist for the i mnulated eye- 'P arting, weak, ,i Timediate re- ' properly ac- ,E ections is a 'P re for sore ,p cents It' WEEKS, cists, 'i. er Drug Store, ~ - s. C. RIATES ~EMBER. aken their Summer now, and get theirl Don't neglect your may save you many TIONS Woods, )rchestra, xcellent Fare, Pool Table. n- Pin Alley, and address,