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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Ftered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C.. as second class matter.
FRIDAY, JUNE 16. 1905.
The Class Of 1905.
We wish the members of the grad
uating class of Newberry college of
this year long life. happiness and
prosperity. We 'had a son who was
a member of it through the Fresh
man class. He was a manly fellow
but three years ago he was taken
from us. We are trying to believe it
was for the best. but there is a sad
ness in our heart as we mingle with
the commencement visitors and look
upon the graduating. class of .1905.
We can't help it. ..We. shall. always
feel an -especial interest in the mem
bdrs bf-rhis class. May their cups be
filled iith -the sweets .of life.
Some- newspaper charges the
Knights of Pythias with undertaking
to make Hon. M. L. Smith governor.
It has been denied. but suppose it was
true. w-hat crime have the Knights
of Pvthias committed? He would
make a good governor.. Who could
ask for more.-Orangeburg Times
That is very true but the purpose
of the publication referred to was to
prejudice those who are Knights of
Pythias against Mr. Smith. Of course
everybody who wants to know does
know that the Knights of Pythias are
not running anybody for governor,
and yet, no doubt. every man who as
pires to a position within the state
would be glad to have the support of
Knights of Pythias, for they are rep
CHAIR OF TECHNOLOGY.
New Department Established at New
berry College. With C. H. Kick
lighter In Charge.
A' the meetint: of the board of
trustees of Newberr. college held on
Monday afterno.n a chair of tech
ndlogy was established and a profes
sor eleted fr nex:t year. C. H. In
I INTO TI
I Granite Froi
I - ing,*into largel
. where stock will be
/and better displayec
/ v!l! be in better shape
I 'please you.
IThat's Ibe Reason
*SaIe Now Going ga
for our~ entire lii
g andbest house
IMUS Tbe conver
inside of the ne>
* It's a big unde:
I we're going to o
I cducernents that
* possible~ Come i
*choosing is thelI
Kicklighter. an assistant professor
in :he Georgia School of Technology
was elected and the new (- artment
will be inaugurated at th.- opening of
the next session1.
Prof. .\. T. Bowers was elected vice
chairnian (f the faculty. so that there
ght he a re p n-ille head of the
college when the president was ab
The :iakr of k e board v:ere ex
tended to Dr. S. T. Iiallman for his
c ontribution to the library of bound
i tiles of the Lutheran Visitor from
I about iS6o to the present time. It is
the only comple:e file ,f the paper in
existence and is very valuable. It is
really a history of the Lutheran
church in the South. Dr. Hallman
was editor of the Visitor for a good
Prof. 0. B. Cannon was elected act
ing profess-r of ma:hematics for an
itler yaI . The president reported
the 1nuances in excellent condition.
-jse Ou1tlook is ene ,uraging.
The Duke Wasn't Through.
A we'l known i ca, character is
Sam Wellington. a colored man.
kn.own as the "duke." says the Boston
Herald. The duke is a fine cook and
often accompanies camping parties.
Last fall a party of-voting men Sam
was with decided to scare him with
an apparition. Leaving the tent in
his charge one night on a pretense of
going to the village, one of the party
quietly returned enveloped from head
to foot in a sheet and with face well
covered wit.h flour. He took his
stand in the doorway. Suddenly Sam
looked up. and emitting one horrible
yell, dove through the rear of ~the
tent and went down the road at a
terrific pace. The ghost pursued.
After about a mile of running the
huke was ready to drop and sat down I
m a log, perspiring freely. The ghost
tame up and sat down on the same
og. puffing and blowing.
Absolute silence reigned for a min
ite. and -hen the ghost remarked in
I disguised voice. "We went some,
Sam, whose teeth were chattering
ke castanets, replied. "Yes, we did
o some, an' you jess wait till Ah gets
iah +breff an' we'll go some more.
, and where wve 3
in every way to I
for the Great
iat Our Store, Ge
"e of newest i
-ted into cash n
(t 3 months. E in
rtaking, but ~wc
ffer price in- e
wih rnake it yr
n early while ~Th
There's something terribly genet
wons about the way a man can spen
some othe:r fellow's money for him.
We will <i1n and tile n;, for th
pt:blic at a reasona-ble price. V
have the latest nium er and filer, an
Lit:le Mountain Oil Mill Co.
J. F.. Derrick. Prcs1
Little \'un ain1. S. C.
The patrons of Vaughnville schoo
will meet on the 1st Saturday of July
1905. to elect a teacher for our next
school term. All applications must
be sent to the undersigned trustees.
C. A. Brooks,
V. S. Atchison.
June 7. 1905.
I have decided to close
ut all of my Straw
-lats, except Panamas,
t half price.
$3.00 Hats at $1.50
2.50 " " 1.25
2.00 " " 1.00
1.50 " " 75
1.00 " " 50
50 " " 25
25 " " 13
,ome early and get the
choice of them.
NEW FUR HATS.
A new line of Men's
ur Hats just received.
I will reduce the price on
any desirable things in Sum
er goods which I will display
our windows with prices
arked on them. Bargains in
[ of our departments for you.
me and see them.
. C. JONES,
Newberry, S. C.
June 15, 1905.
)ur Fall stock will
on arrive, and in ord
to make room for iV
Swill offer you a lin<t
Box Paper for one!
If the regular price?.
is paper is perfect
every respect and
'rth every cent of the
ru!ar price, but isjn
:rificed t o m ake!
>m for other goods, a
ose who have need th
paper should take o
/antage of this sale,
With a line as corn p1
All the new fabrics ar
Cotton and Mohair it
in qualities and col<
complete line of Shirt
berry. The Pin Dot
in our Mohairs are cl
H ave you sea the
with their ar ctic col
have a treat in store i
The new Laces
thread laces, Point de
tal Laces, Val Laces,
Our Domestic depari
Millinery is beautift
Come to see us. W
goods as cheap as thi
where, and a fine stoi
How Much Cai
If every man had to de
earning power there wou
in the world. It is the ear
that makes men wealthy.
may be limited but you c
savings if placed in this I
aer cent. compound inter
JNO. M. KINARD,
0. B. MAYER, Vic
Z. F. WRIGHT, Ca
Flour has advanced, but
le benefit of our purcha
nd quote this car while it
Best Patent, Cotton,
Best Half Patent, Cotton
Best Straight - -
We are having a big run <
>remind the public we ar
n~d summer goods, havirn
ice new effects.
Don't be rnisled by loud advertise:
d red hot prices, and a comparis<
oseley Bros. are in the lead, and fi
a place to trade Some are cuttini
.They are just about getting in 11
CuredbyKeeley Institute ol
w>9n dy St. (or 0. Box 75.)Columbia. S. C. Cci1
ete as we have ever
-e here in Silk,Wool,
i great variety, both
-rings. The most
Waist Silks in New
and Pastel Shades
new Silk Organdies
orings? If not, we
are here. Round
Pars, Laces, Orien
beautiful for trim
:ment is very strong
ii this opening.
'e promise fair and
;, polite attention,
Dy can be had else
ck to select from.
spend upon his own
Id be no millionaires
ning power of money
Your earning ability
an SAVE, and your
>ank will earn you 4
est and be absolutely
y, s. C.
we give our friernds
se before advance,
- - -- $5.85
,- - 500
- - -4.90
>n Flour. We want
e leading in spring
g fuli line, knobby,
rients, we have the goads
>n will convince you that
r an all round bill, and is
g prices 10 to 25 per ct.
ne with our prices then.
te -I- All Drug and Tobacco