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VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Several mur cae were rdai. e
'f in t he mayLr e .urIt yeste?rdlay
Luther,a- Church f The Redemer
will meet with .lMrs. A. II. Dickert o
Tuesday aft ernoon at 4 o'clock.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Newberry Cotton mills will
be held in council chambe-s Wednes
day. May 3.
The members of the boys' reforma
:ory association are urged to meet in
:he rooms of the Library association
on the afternoon of April 19. at 4.30
o'clock. The ladies of the city and
county who are not members are also
requested to attend.
Holv week will be observed in the
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer.
The services of the week with subjects
o-f sermons wili be he following:
Morning-"Heralding Hlis Com
Evening-"-Also a Disciple."
Mondav Evening---Personal Re
Tuesday Evening- VWhy not fol
Wednesday Evening-"With Him
in the Upper Room."
Thursday Evening-"His Hidden
Good Friday Morning-"A Royal
Easter Morning-"The Power of
Easter Evening-'The Comfort of
The Sacrament of the Lord's Sup
per will be celebrated at the Easter
The Verona School.
Editor Herald and News: I am
very much indebted to Prof. and Mrs.
G. A. Mills for our invitation to at
tend the exhibition and closing exer
cises of their school on Saturday.
April 8. and regret very much my in
abili:y to attend. Notwihstanding I
was represented by my son who gives
me the following information.
Prof. Mills has taught -chool in
Newberry county for a number of
years and doubtless it will be of some
interest to his friend to know that his
good work is still going on.
Prof. Mills. assisted by Mrs. Mills,
is teaching the VTerona school. in
Holly dstrict, Saluda county, with an
enrolment of about 1oo scholars.
The 'exercises began at 1o o'clock
a. m. and were opened with prayer
by Rev. J. D. Shealy, after which the
programme. consisting of dialogues.
songs and recitations was carried out
wih such perfectCn that it added
much credit to both teachers and pu
The rostrum was beautifully deco
rated with flowers, every thing giving
evidence of a live and progressive
After a palitable dinner had been
served, to the enjoyment of all pres
ent, the crowd reassembled at the
school house and 'Prof. Mills, who
acted as chairman. in:roduced School
Commissioner B. 0. Samples. who
spoke very pointedly in the interest
of education for a short while. Then
Editor A. B. Cargile, of the Saluda
Standard, was introducted and held
the audience with much interest and
amusement for a short while.
This closed the exercises of' the day.
The music, which added very much to
the enjoyment of the occasion, was
furnished by the following ex-stui
dents of Prof. Mills: J. M. Wilson
and G. I. Kinard, with violin; Edwin
Epps and Alonzo Kiinard, with gui
Our boys give quitel a flattering re
port of their trip. They say that the
hospitality of Prof. and Mrs. Mills
was beyond measure. T. J. W.
5 AND 10 CENTS.
Everyhing in our Store for that
Newberry's only 5 and xo Cent
In Store formerly occupied by Todd,
Account of :he South Atlantic
Statcs Music Festival at Spartanburg.
S. C.. May 3rTh. 1905, the Sou'em
r::,:v iiiounc-s the -:e!y low rate
of one first class fare p'us 2; c.2lts
for :he rou,d ,I p (minimium rate zo
Rates to apply -rom all station.
Atlanta Athens. and Eh-; on to
Gr.-:nsboro. N. C.. :-closive and from
Cliarleston, and Savann -i t1i .\he
vil!e. N. C.. inclusive. T:ckets :o be
sold ist., 2nd, 3d and 4th of May
from all points in the above territory,
al i n May ;th from staier;. Green
wood to Charlotte, N. C., and Ashe
vi e to Columbia, inc' :i-:. Fin l
limit of all tickets May 6:. E-, .
For further information as to rates,
etc.. address any agent of the South
ern railway, or,
A. G. P., So. Ry.,
Business, Home, Land, l
Farm, Stocks, Bonds ||
Bought and Sold.
FOR SALE! FOR SALE! ne:
V3,000 Ten room house, 2 acres, garden ki<
and water. City, High Point. Th
3,000 Ten room residence, 1-2 acre, 9
lovely place on Johnstone street. lo
3,000 Eight room residence, within 2 an
blocks of Court House. do
3,000 Eight room residence, Adam and pe
Weeler streets, fine orchard ne
and garden. u
2,500 Eight room residence, Nance de
street, City water and lights,
tenant house and stables.
675 Four room cottace, 1-2 acre.
garden and etc. he cutest of Pe
6,000 Home with 6 acres, just irside ad
city, worth $10,000 must sell. W(
6,000 Two story store-room, Main and th
McKibben streets. A
600 Vacant lot, on Friend street,
near in, a beautiful place. go
4.000 Six room residence, 2 acres. City ch
lights and water. Garden. and en
orchard, Johnstone atreet.
300 Tract of land near May binton, 83
acres, all pines. PE
7,500 Mansion on hillside, finished in
hard wood. If you don't know fy
this one, ask some one.
65.00 Lot 55 x 100 ft., known as Floyd hm
& Purcell lots, we have several p1
at same price. ef
1,500 Lot, 2 1-2 acres, near old Ren- a
wick placc, good shade. Nance la
4,000 Tract, 22 acres, 4 tenant houses, st
six room residence, stables &
etc. Harrington street A
1,300 Tract, 4 acres, 4 tenant houses,
rent per year $186.00 14 per
c ent investment, can put up 20 m
more houses easy, location good. sa
1,900 Tract, 4 acres, 11 tenant houses, in
just out side City limits. (Ask1
about this one.)
3,000 Tract, 300 acres, near Jalapa,
fine timber. Now is your chance. R
2,000 Tract, 200 acres, near Chappells,
fine land, produces well, plenty;
water and timber.
1,600 Five room cottage, good garden,
fine location and plenty of
FOR RENT! FOR RENT!
Eight room residence on Johnstone
Six [room house and plenty of shade,
Ten roomr residence, High Point.
Remember if there is any thing under
the sun you want to buy or sell, we are
th people to look for. Loans Nego-I
ROWLAND G. SPEARMAN & CO.
Dear Little Friend:i
I will call at your,
house on Easter;
morning with a
big. lot of Eggs.
MakeaA nest fo9d
me in the kitch
en and I will fill ~
it. Buy your Egg a
Dye, and Easter a
Novelties at Mayes'
Potash s Necessary as Rain
The quality and quantity of the
crups depend on a sufficiency of
in the soil. Fertilizers which are
low in Potash will never produce
Ever far-ne should be familiar with the
proper proportions of ingredients that go to
make the best fertilizers for every kind of
crop. We have published a senes of books,
containing the latest researches on this all
m-port'nt -z,b;ect, which we will send free
Y,U L. Write now while you think of
it to the
GERMAN KALI WORKS
New Tork-93 Nasau Street, or
Atlanta. Ga.-22% South Broad Street.
ke Warner's Safe Cure, the Great
Kidney and Liver Cure, and
Regain Your nealth.
any women suffer torture through
rye-debility, caused by disorders of tne
Ineys which affect the female organs.
ey drag along day by day constantly
he telltale dark circles under the eyes,
is of sleep nervousness, loss of appetite
d flesh, backache, headache, bearing
wn sensation and irregularities of the
ods are never failing signs that the kid
ys and liver are seriously affected, and
terly unable to do their work properly.
hen the kidneys and liver are out of or
r all other organs feel the effect.
ARNER'S SAFE CURE
rforms wonders for suffering women. It
rifies the blood, restores the kidneys,
3dder and liver to a healthful condition,
d causes the female organs to do their
rk naturally. It makes the eyes bright,
e complexion clear and the step springy.
LFE THROUGH CHANGE OF LIFE.
"Safe Cure has always done me so much
ad, especially for female ills incident to
ange of life, that I cannot recommend it
ough. I weighed only 80 pounds, am now
weight 160, and am well and hearty. I
ke a dose now and again to keep me in
rfect order." MRS. ALBERT ANGLE,
Welsh Run, Pa.
We have thousands of such letters, testi
ing to the healing powers of Safe Cure.
Safe Cure is purely vegetable, contains no
xmful drugs, is free from sediment and
easant to take. It is a most valuable and
ective tonic; a stimulant to digestion;
vakens the torpid liver; repairs the tissues;
othes inflammation and irritation; stimu
tes the enfeebled organs and heals them.
builds up the body, gives strength and re
At any drug stores or direct; 50 CENTS
ND $1 A BOTTLE
Ifyou have any doubt as*to the develop
ent of the disease in your system, send a
mple of your urine to the Medical Depart
ent, Warner's Safe Cure Co., Rochester,
., and our doctors will analyze it and
dyou a report, with advice and medical
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They are worthless and very often ex
ldingly dangerous. Ask for Warner's
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ANR'S SAFE PILLS move the bow
sgently and aid a spedy cure.
STS NOTHING TO TRY
cal Druggists Guarantee
Its Efficacy or Make
e want everybody suffering from
ydisorder of the stomach. bowels or
er to call at our store and get a full
ebottle of 'Seven Barks"-the great
man stoniach and liver regulator.
s-1 eviden~ce of good faith. we ask a
apsit of 50O cents--but if after taking
eording to directions, the remedy
es not accomplish all that is claimed,
trn the empty or partly used bottle
i your mong v::ll be cheerfully
We could not afford to make a guar
tee of this kind, were we not positiv~e
rour position. "Seven Barks" is not
nuntried remedy. It has been on the
arket for 35 years with astonishing
There is no remedy on earth that
eps its friends longer than 'Seven
arks." There are thousands of Amer
an families never without a bottle,
or have they been without for 20
ears. Grandmothers, mothers and
ldren are all enthusiastic in their
raise. Don't postpone calling for a
otle von wil not regret it.
Don't be led o
the New Goods, I
guarantee to har
right. Why we c
our expenses, ta>
inal. Come and
ures, weights, et<
SThe Equitable Life4
In settling its death claims or
table not only stands for, but actu:
payments every day.
During the past year ail cla
paid for within 24 hours after sa
Characteristic of the Equitat
the $65,000.00 claim on the life of
nettsville, S. C., which amount W
death claim reached New York. T
Equitable Life Pay
Special to The State
Rock Hill, S. C.,
of the State manag
at Rock Hill paid oi
$65,000, the amoun~
c eld in that c
ator McCall, of:]
Senator McCall die
ceived in New Yor]
check for the abov4
for $25,000 in ano
bga toa of $0,00
business in South (
was in excess of $2,(
$500,000 was collec
while the company 1
in standing policiesi
SEquitable Life A
W. J. RODDEY,
S Manager for
We wish to call your
Spring and Summer G
A dollar expended with us will d
We offer the trade our best effort
b st. The prices the lowest for the
We offer some dainty Mercerized
in price from joc. to 5oc. yd.
We have nice line Knickerbock E
Dimities, Ducks, DeLaines and oth<
are dreams for waists or dresses. E
Riverside Plaids, Southern Silks, C
Our Shoes are built to wear. Ot
sell Groceries. Get prices and see
S. S. Bi
ff by loud, long
rments. We have
New Prices, and
idle you exactly
an sell cheapest,
Pes, &c., are nom
see for yourself.
ranteed - meas
issurance Society's |
matured policies is what the Equi
ally does as is shown by the quick
ims for South Carolina have been
ne were received in the New York
)0 in 24 Hours.
ile was the prompt settlement of
late Senator C. S. McCall, of Ben
*as paid by check the same day the
he following explains itself:
s to the Late Col.
Jan. 15.-The office
er of the Equitable
.iety of New York
it tod% the sum of
t of t e insurance
Mpany by the late
e n eceimber 31
on the 11th. The
11th. It is under
MvcCall had a policy
~her cmpany ma
90,000. More than
as over $3,000,000
in the State.
ssurance Society, 4
R. C. BRUCE,
attention to our line of
o double duty. Try it.
s in selections. The styles are the
Waistings, Skirtings, &c., ranging
~uitings, Brousse Stripes, Callalettes,
er dress goods. Our Tussolh Sihks
spring and Summer Prints 5c. yd.
heviots, Cottonades, &c.
ir men's Shirts are beauities. We
styles. Yours anxious to please,
sityr. . C