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GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
-teis of More or Less Interest Con
densed Throught the World.
The "Feast of Roses," a quaint old
:stom, was observed at Manheim,
Premier Remstadt, of Sweden,
tates that Sweden will refuse to rec
-aize the revolution in Norway.
Secretary Taft advertised for bids
e build and operate a complete sys
m of railroads in the Philippines.
The Japanese are reserving their
:Vece jubilation until it is definitely
-assured that the war is about to end.
The Chicago Team Owners' asso
riation decided by a referendum vote
3 remain neutral in the teamsters'
A national 'board of trade is to be
icorporated at Kansas City to sup
Iy grain quotations in competition
-with the Chicago Exchange.
Vice-Consul Madden, a British sub
ject, who represented Austria at Tan
gier, Moroco, was murdered by
The Chinese boycott of American
;goods, by the Chinese guilds, is get
ting serious. It is stated that the
guilds have quietly determined to
<arry the boycott through, and the
Vro pect to the American manufact
Was 'is rather gloomy. The native
erwspapers are refusing advertise
'ents of Amer:an goods.
The Atlantic Coast Line railroad
assumes responsibility for losses
-.ocrring in the Chadborne section,
e strawberry belt, on May 5th, 6th,
:mzd 8th. For May 5th, the road will
-ay $1.4o a crate, for the other days
Cail A. Claussen, produce exchange
'roker, was accidentally killed on
'Tesday, by falling or jumping from
'Jis apartments, in New York, while
-sffering from a night-mare.
Japan demands an indemnity of
6,,oo,o0 from Russia as one of
-Oe terms of peace.
Theodore Delyannis, the popular
' mier of Greece, was stabbed and
maortally. wounded by a professional
:ambler, named Gherakaris, at the
'mn entrance at the chamber of
'Deputies in Athens, on Teusday.
SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS.
( 1ems of More or Less Interest Coe
aensed Throughout the State.
Cspt. Dempsey Jones, of Orange
Seg was struck and killed, by the
-erthi 'beound train on the Seaboard
Air tine, at the town of North, on
'3onday. Hie was about eighty
yers o1 age.
At mass meeting held in Green
lae -on'Teusday in pursuance of the
'ill .issueda.by the Ministerial Union,
tentake-action in regard to the dispen
3.try, th-e seniment was overwhelm
Sigly in "favor of voting the dispen
say out. A committee of seven was
:apointe'd 'to circulate the petition
asigin-election in accordance with
:&e-aw- to-vote on the question.
'At- a meeting of the board of trus
Nes 6f the 'South Carolina college,
Stn Gordon B. Moore was elected
a succeed Rev'. J. W. Flinn, as pro
essor of philosophy and as chaplain.
~This left a vacancy in the department
- of history, and Mr. Yates Snowden.
'if Charleston, was elected to that
The* State summer school will open
-aet Monday, at Clemson college.
ever four hundred teachers have
T ohn WV. Arnold, a white well dig
ger of Spartanbuirg, fell from his
sear in a large bucket which was
being haaled up from the bottom of
' me -well,-'an'd was accidentally killed,
'Sim'p Nipper, the negro who shot
-and killed an eight year old negro
bey. -rear Johnston and made his es
--.ape. was arrested near the union
stition in Columbia on Monday. He
daims ihai the shooting was acci
The farmers of Anderson county
hv-e decided to build and operate
arron warehouses. in order that they
>my control the price of cotton.
A representative in Washington
-..as 1his story to illustrate "the
t~renuous life" as it exists in certain
OFFICE OF FARM
Begin now to sow PE
food at home. Be in
Improve your farms.
We also have alarge I
and Harness, Binder T
versible Disc Plows. A
H arrows, McCormick [
see them. Live Stock
A well-to-do farmer once invited
an acquaintance from a neighboring
town to dine with him. The recipient
of this courtesy was a man well
known in that region for his general
crankiness and his propensity to use
his gun at the least evidence of what
he considered an affront. The farmer,
well aware of the touchiness of his
guest, with whom, for business rea
sons, he desired to remain on good
terms, always kept a wary eye on
One afternoon the testy individual,
in conversation with his host, remark
ed: "I can't account for the queer
feelings and impulses that come over
me at times. Do you -know, the first
time I took dinner here I had as much
as I could do to master the impulse,
when one of your sons made a certain
remark, to whip out my gun and let
"Oh, don't you worry about that,"
said the farmer. "I know all about
your little failings in that line. My
son Jake was standing in the hallway
just back of you with a shotgun. You
did well to change your mind. At
first motion towards your hip pocket
my son Jake had orders to blow day
light through you!"
COUNTY SUMMER SCHOOL.
The county summer school will
open in the Boundary street school at
Newberry on June 19th at q o'clock a.
m. and continue for four weeks. Prof.
E. B. Setzler, Ph. D., of Newberry
Colege, will teach English grammat
ad composition and history or civil
government. Prof. G. T.. Pugh, Ph.
D., Vanderbilt University, will teach
arithmetic, algebra and .history or
civil government. Miss Elizabeth
Dominick will teach geography and
rawing. A special course in English
ad literature will be given to all
who desire to take it.
All teachers are urged to attend
this summer sdhool, because the
branches taught here will be the
>ranches taught in the 'schools of the
ounty. The school will be under
the control of abl teachers, and their
thorough work will no doubt be of
great value to the teacher pupils.
J. S. WJ'eeler,
Co. Supt. Education.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
Charles J. Purcell and Patrick E.
Scott, partners doing business
under the firm name and
style of Purcell and
Henry B. Hair, Defendant,
To the defendant Henry B. Hair,
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the Complaint in
this action, of which a copy is here
with served upon you, and to serve
a copy of your answer to said Com
plaint on the subscribers, at their of
fice at Newberry, South Carolina,
within twenty days after the service
hereof; exclusive of the day of such
service; and if you fail to answer the
Complaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiff in this action will apply
to the court for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter,
June 1, A. D. 1905.
To the defendant, Henry B. Hair.
You will take notice: That the
Complaint in the above entitled ac
ion has this day been filed in the of
fice of the Clerk of the Court for
Newberry County, and same is now
on file in said office.
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter,
une I, 190n
as. Raise your stoci
dependent of Cotton
Buy a Mower frorn
ity, S. C.
ine of Buggies, Wagon:
wine, Chattanooga Re
iloline Reversible Disi
)isc Harrows. Call an<
all the year.
Only one old Buffalo was shot af
ter a chase at oi Ranch in Oklaho
ma, and this was done before the mili
tia, sent in response to a protest, ar
CHARLESTON & WESTERN
COAST, - STVTNNAH, GA
June 8-g, 1905.
ROUND TRIP RATE FROM
LAURENS ONLY $2.75.
Correspondingly low rates from
Train leaves Laurens 9.3o a. m,
Returning leave Savannah, 8.oo p
in., June gth.
QICK SCHEDULE. FIRST CLASS
Your Watches, Clocks
and Jewelry to be re
J. W. WHITE.
5 AND 10 CENTS,
Everyhing in our Store for thai
Newberry's only 5 and 1o Ceni
In Store fortnerly occupied by Todd,
Shockley & Livingston!
Goetractors and Beilders
Wood or Brick Build'
Estimates, Plans and
Furnished on Applica
Shop and Office in Rear
R. C. Williams' Store.
Repairs of all kinds
Mantles, Door and
Window Frames made
to order. Turned Col
umns and Balusters
furnished on applica
All Work First Class,
9Dr.W oolef sp il !* C
.AND B. MWOLY
Whisky Curelitinta. orgia.
WELL, JUST CAI,
GEO. 0. DAV
and there you will find fresh Beans, Toma
Breakfast Strips, Canned Meats, such
Deviled Ham, Potted Ham, Roast Mutton
French Sardines, Canned Fruits, Lemon-cl
etc., Bottle and Keg Pickles, sweet or soui
mands, Olives and Olive oil. Give me a tr
Southern Lime anc
Building Material of all ki
Write for Pri
D DYOUSA /
WEHAVEL,0S A G
adteYou will find monesh ens rtoing
Breakoast thrps "sannd ets, blind yo.
t ote and l Pickls, sweetdard Bson
BuldBy Mtwersallo alay ks
,6o Roofing ngs (Dres) BorhEy
5,oo ds WhteInit ie for ric
5W0 don' tho"and o blssSinds yoth
tone mand alle Bais to stnuerdousiton
ise ourie mehod.go,ntfrad
aresold.Yourst to eery
idrthecse oftis arem fo your contsa
are caused o by imroea distiond This, orte
shoulds Gwringhams, whoDres wodnrt of
3,00 enemy ofAmrinat tanda, worthn it4s
5,000ber,s" Whitch Indtimav ine, orhndc
3,0mys e gured Idiesin (Drssve unokh
500 this bdladkb crtess Godswratly
6oontraw yas for igentv organys fro gec
5eirs of Soeat retfyr men itsonis, Laies
0men'vsy an Boty stmhadressSirs o
andrman ter Bagist.ueost
These prices.0 onee good, neottler atd
arel. ustltE . EEse
D TO EAT!
toes, Irish Potatoes, Hams,
s Lunch Tongue, Salmon,
Cod Fish Balls, Crabbs,
ing Peach, Apricots, Pears,
, just as your appetite de
ia. Phone Izo.
I Cement Co.
nds. High Grade
dNS FOR YOU.
ou buy from 0. Klettner.
A fair and square deal
~ss on business principles
7C., our price 5c. per yd.
c., our price 5c.
:. our price 4C. yd.
,our price 8 fic.
2%c., our price 6 %c.
:., our price 19c.
or Children at half price.
5oc. our price 25c.
y~ or two, but until goods
. Did you ever stop to con
e to say nine cases out of ten
r symptoms of Indigestion, such
~our stomach and despondency,
having Indigestion, the great
merciless fangs on your health.
bottle of the celebrated Kel
misery to people in many parts
E this miserabie disease. Yes,
1p for a time, but cures perma
form their functions. Nature
the assistance of this powerful
es indigestion and its symptoms
zH UNT ER.