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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Tiesday, Jime, 19, 1906.
The eity Comleil ofl AnIderson hm11
voted an approprialim il of $250.00 If
pay the expenlses of tlie ImoII fir-elliel
Who will mo to Asheville in Juily tI
take part inl the toirnamniii. The l)ap
propriation passed withoult inly ob
jection on Ile part of inly of tlh<
ImeIbers of Ile eounceil. This tour
nlamlent will be beb41 oil ithe 9th, 10th)
and11I i hI, if' -Jully.
Oir Newberry ire tepartieii
shouild bfe e4-presenltel in this itour-it
ileil, iut we slppose it is sealrely
1e1PCeSAIry 14) Sliggest it, OVeen, iInaIII(CI
1114 the councl(.il would not pay the ex
penlses of, oinr. deleglatem to the Ueorge
tWn 11etinlg, 111141 to Iy ts m1uc t a) 111
two orl three! hitildred dollarm to per
miit the IlIiremen to enter. the tourn-1
mnept it Ashovillo niight give momne
member of, the couieil temporary
)aIrilySig. Still it 111114 alwayM beln
Otrl positionl fit olr loeal fire depart
mlentf, Hiotul b eneouraged ill every
legitimate way. h'lley aret'( paid noth
ing, amli whenlever we hallve at fire
the1(y are ats 'fIlhful .and ats prompt
as if tley were it paid departllielt.
If1 it should laippell Ohut we would be
f,orced to hv aivit paid deparillelitm the
cost. womld he it greit deal lmore than
these small siumls whiebl should be ap
proprialed and which, if' they were,
11101ld 11tw1e the volun11 teer fiemn)(11 to
feel that e propi'l-lerty owners appre
rilkted Itheir. work and14 (heir efforts
whenever it fire ocerils.
Mr. I.. 14asr111ynII of the4' dispen
lary invest i-in il-g vomm111ittee has d1e
eided nIot to viner lte ravefo gIm 4lover
Ilor hi will be it (.111didalt. for Il
We wvmid likv It, knimw wimt is ll.
im 11 don i eall n 1 1, idi ne 1 lain
jug to 1)111 41 hill-lit4 1 oh i no iv 14 14 1 1111i'
141 reet alon..: tII he hm-d' 4 dit liect . mni1
(tll i,i 41t witl 11. . ill 'Invt
AS wa.Is silaivd somle timei a(-o inl
The livral ad Nvws, it is <wilte ver
(Ilin 11ha1 Mir. Chihds wollbd he wvill
in. 1t billd rovk Btch liross Stch
street aI141 we ar- sulre it' he takes
that posiItin that the souther-nl rai
wiay will comiperaite with 1111. These
are imi porln111t 111i1tes 11 114 Should
have atniltioln whil Wille nitions are
SuchI that thyvanl he obinelld.
Itoims fromn Both Eden.
Aliss L,izzie Bloozer wifev of' Mr.
Fred( Boozer died at her homet in tis
vommunlitillity .lu11t. 15th, ine her 011 h
yea 40, her a1-ov. Mrs. B>o)Zor was
1111 I 'l I lle 'll PrIls1erit v b it slill
Shewa alV costen memberI ugtiouh ofh
chervh it tl'l ukeslg mlhd wasI laid to
resl tr 11n4 Saba th ornig. ilt
theyrv husbtidd(lt t roughilrn
''ency ado' 1ry linroive her ' ankd
mourn~ the viors. awf n ohr
Welen toai the gnide,epe sym
to' madr anotersv ain trma
thoypae toll v isle to pre tedlthe
thhave e sethly hmwsed rndm
f ea herWunt te om dioencs
bet..eer .ltn. and e)ominieT. y?
Barlil. Pu(.pil-eightin. 1. frldell,
and tr.iciy cost marlisl.-Pras
SoiThles whom wehanot sn
A Aie hn bomter.oiayisa
th e visits o whn o wereyu beig
TB NEWS OF PROSPBRITY
Sad Accident by Lightning-M
Harmon Killed-Sunday School
Prosperity, Juie I8.-Mr, A.
Miayr as iresigiied his pomit.ion
Iookeeper at the Bank of ProNpori
and will go to the Coltiibiat hlompil
for treaieltmen. WVe aIre sorry to pi
Te 41111ank ' prl-oSIeri(y 11114 111,
sevend11 inlterior. 4.han1ges and14 tid
m11 tip its appenni4.
Rlwm. 1. S. ("al'1well ar1-rivedl i
11plediesdlay night. MHis kini peoli
1a1rie hin1 I house wiriling or pouln
inig (pit 'Ihuri'sdayI-I andl hal it gelero
ste t4) which the vilberlshipw
The CIlmso1, Wolfonli, u rma11111
Earskineo andII Nvwblierry boys fare honl
for. the silimiler vacatlioll.
It SeemV It thOlglIs a tho ity VfrCOi<
int the lower hoatmte will go beggil
this Year, ts w-e o nIot e hrve t singc
announcll(edI cand1idatIIe so far ats I%
Thle 11usinles, Manl's mnagazinle i
dhe June iSmuo 'im auithority for th
4tattement that the railroadS wi
ma11ke at determined effort to defeil
8enator Tillman'm return to the Uni
ted States senate. If this is reall
the case we doni't think they kino
th themper of the voters of Sout
Carolitna. Senator Tillman will hav
114) olppositiol sO fir as We Itve hiear'c
11111 while we dto nlot. agree with ,
Aloid Ilally things he Ildvolltes, ye
we hope to see himi returned to th
selfte and we feel 81ure lie will i
Mr. .1. A. Counts, liaving bee1
vlectedl book-keeper ait the Mank o
Prosperity, will be foinld at tha1
place dluring baingip hours. At othe
iles le will be it the old stand 41
It. C. & J. A. Counts with C. G. Bar
Miss lanhWilson, of sallisbulr
N. C'.. is visiting Miss E.rin 1ohn.
Miss Clinev, of, 'oncord. N. C., i
visitin ll- ' e classill.tv, Is. .1. 1
(t F-rid:1,v af'ti-rno1 n1 m-:1.k- l1k,1he
4.111vin thert, was enace1 trag d :ill
thal has thl-triwn a 11.11 mver the ven
lire (.(fmnmlllil\y.. Aboult 41 *o'cle
therv was a very hevy Iowit pour W
raIink a11nlmuch thunder. and1lihng
Mlr. 1. J. Lowmlanl was visiting" hi1
br'ther-in-law, Mr. John S. 1IIaImonl
11141 Ite together with 'Mr. 1arm-11ol'i
falmily wvere sitting., toin the piazza
ULightingl. hadl just a1 few m1omlent
beforle striuick 11 tree aeross the romt
frloml the house andI( they wvere coml
mlending. up1onl it whenl a bol( situet
tile ch1iy of thle dwVelling and fol
1mling down tlhe tin gutIters t) til
house came1. lown to the plate of th
porch an1d fromt there it jumpedI ti
(the per-son of Aliss Lula11 111arm1ol
amd ,Ir. 1. .1. Lowman. 'Miss 1I1111-rmol
was instantlY killedl. Slit' was laugh
ing anid her'i sister'i, who was standin(1
liy heri side, said slit was 1iaughtini
ye't when'l shei. tfel1. 1Iir hiai' was se
were' btund 4)1 thle r'ighlt shiolderi
buningj,i I woi hles)t in thle hot tolm C:
te sole4s. Miss lia who14 wa
44n her'i sh1ohler,i wvas scarc'ely shocked
NIliss Lulda was sixteen year's ol1d
Slht was5 hinriied at1 Zion (cmterv ('1 0
Sutina. M[rs. H armoni, thle mot her
wais a lit lte distiynee awaly iand wa*
seriously, liut the1 at tending phiysi
('lan1 d0ese't' think fat ally, hurt'. H
('ould4 not) swallow~ unt il a 11ate houp
I"iiday night. He is sev'erely burn'
t'd, but it is t hought lie will fully rc
TIhe Snday Schiool conven(Itio 141
Ite Newbeiry conf1'erence will be hel
(o1 Wednesdaylll and Thurnisday, Juli
251tI aiid 26th1, with Blethlehi
ehiurch'l, niear' Pomiiaria. The exce
say that the (ectiv'e committee e:
1pects each speaker appIoinlted to 1
priesenlt and discuss tihe topie assigi
ed him. Blanks for' reports will 1
sent out in time for reports to
inl h1ands of secretary one week bi
foire thte conivenition meets.
The conivenitioni wiill be a little la
er than inltenided Oil aIccount of tl
mleetinIg of the United Synod,
Jutly 11th. A large part of the mi
isters of thle coniference ,will be
at tenldanice ulpon thel meeting
Synod. It is earnestly hoped th
pastors will defer their vacati
trips until after the convention a
attend tht> conlvenltionl this year.
Programme of S. 8. Convention
be held in Bethlehem church, Ju
25 anld 20, 1906.
Devotional Exercises, conducted
(a) The Need of the Graded Sys
ten of Catliechismns.-Revs. - 0. B.
g Shearouse, Z. W. Bedenibaugh, Mr
J. A. Summiier.
(b) Method of Catechisation.
Revs. H. C. Grosaii,.M. 0. J. Kreps,
J. J. Long.
T- (c) To what extent should the Cat
ait echisin be used in the Sunday School
ty -Roev. Dr. Hfallilan, Stipt. J. S
al Wheeler, Mr. It. T.- C. lit11ter.
2nid Topic.-Mission Work in the
le Sunday Schlool.
Is How liest Conducted and Main
tained.--Mr.s. M. 0. J. Kreps, Rev.
Dr. Scherer, Rev. S. P. Koon.
le Question Box.
d- July'26.-)evotioial Exercises con
is duled by Mr. Jefferson Quattle
:11rd. Topic.-Stillly School Litera
m0 (a) Kinds.-Rev. J. C. Wessinger.
R1ev. W. K. Sligh, Capt. H. H. Folk.
1.4 (b) How P-rocured.-Dr. A. J.,
Ig Bowers, Messrs. J. C. Goggans, Jno. C.
e (e) How Controlled.-Rev. W. L.
Seabrook, Messrs. B. M. Setzler, J. J.
e 4th. Topie.-Soine Hindrances to
i Successful Sunday School Work.
V Dr. (leo. B. Cromer, Rev. J. A. Sligh,
Prof. E. 0. Counts.
y ' Question Box.
v"Election of Ofilcers.
Mr. 1). P. Folk, of Dennark, Bani
e berg county, is visiting in the St.
I, Pauls commniiiity.
R -Miss Beatrice Bedelnbaugh is at
i home for vacation from the College
e for Womenl, Columbia, S. C.
Miss Annie Mac Bedenbaugh is at
Shomne for her vacation.
f Invitations are oit for the marriage
t of Miss Lena, daughter of Col. and
r Mrs. I. C. Moseley to Mr. Thomas
f ilekett Copeland. of Clinton, at the
home of tlie bride's parents on Wel
nesday, June 20th.
The college boys anid girls are all
at ii 1111( are fixing to get all that
there is in their vacation until the
tim omes when they must go back
1o their bohaks.
I Nr. .1. It. 1l h au-h is ouit a1-in
a t'te.r a severe spell (of sick ess, l 'k-!
1-4in not mch the worse for the ''tun
sie'' he had with the fever.
Miss Connie Whites, daughter ot'
Capt. U. B. Whites, was married in
lthe English lutheran church in At
lanta on June 10th. We extend cOl
"gratulations to the happy pair and
condoleinces to the ''Capt.'' but then
% we truist lIe is ''happy and serene.'
T The past week has been a rainy one
- aiid our farmers are somewhat be
lhind andC general green in marshalling
- his forces, and unless we have plenty
of sunshine, lie will be hard to ecn
Rev. J. If. Wilson, of Salisbury,
N. ('., who is canvasing tlie church in
the iliterest of the butlheran Orphian
- Ifome, Salem, Vii., preached a very
I acc'ept able and editfying sermon in
(hGrace church Sunday morning.
t11ev. 1. N. Caldwell has ari'ived and
is now at home in the A.. 11. P. par'
.sonage on McNary sti'eet.
- There is talk of a mountain party
beinur organized here to make a ti'ip
e to ('aesa''s IHead, Sapphire bake and
other points of interest in the N. C.
.The Ii nen shower, given by' Miss
. Jessie Moely in or (of her eous
a in 's applroachiing marriage, was lairge-.
lattIendled oin last Friday' evening.
Dots From St. Philips.
The crops are looking fine in this
section. The gardens are looking bet
terci than they' have for years. We are
having plenty of cabbage and( b)eans..
Thle peop)le lost by not sowing wvheat
this year as the crop is betteu' than
it has been for years.
The barbecues wiill soon begin and
the candidates wvill be au'oundl shiak
On Juneds 3rd, t wo of St. Philips
sporty b)oys wvent to see their best
n girls and while they weore talking
Ssweet talk and not thinking of their
0horses, they thought it was time to go
eC home, so they left the boys and the
bhuiggy withI the girls. So wvatch your
i horse wvhen you go, sporting next
'Miss Ethel Clinton, one of New
)O beriry's charming young ladies, has
>e been visiting her aunt, Mr's. W. B.
e- ICinard. We think the wvedding bells
twill soon ring as there is one young
man who is glad for her to,.come.
be ' 'ae'
in July Designer.
of The Designer for July is divided
at between midsummer fashions and
on patriotism. Catering to the first
ad mentioned is a generous supply of up
to-date desig.ns for wvarni-weather
to a'pparel and millinery, also two
ne0 special articles on "'Attractive Waist
of Tim Material,'' and ''Sunbonnets
by and Shadehats.'' Appropriate for
the ''Glorious Fourth'' are ''A Fire
Cracker Drill'' for small boys, A
C. & Gi
I received th
week a beautifi
Will be glad t
you want in thE
line. You wi
you buy of mi
Little Feast for the Fourth,
taining recipes of value to the hoi
keeper, and two short stories,
God ini thle Car,'' and ''A Box
Fire-Works.'' All mothers will
preciate ''An Outdoor Baby'' y
its charinjg illustrations, wich
vocates letting the wee folk get
close to nature as possile. ''B:
House Keeping'' is given as a moc
mnakinig occupation for women
Bertha Hasbrook, and ''Our Air
can Daughters'' comes to a ha
conclusion. In this number of
Designer are giveni the opening ci
ter's of droll continued story
country life. ''The Village Imp
ment Society,'' by Della Lutz.
sons in Dressmaking Hat mal
Shadow and Coronation Enjbroi<
and Drawnwork are made lucid
clear instruction and many illus
tions. The department of vaca
suggestions is continued, and is p
4ng of great value to those coni
plating short or lengthy hold
Two pages of illustrations shows
the little folks of city slums coni
to get fun out of the heated t
''The Mother's Advisory Clh
''Floriculture,'' ''For -L
Woman,'' ''%at WVomen Are
ipig,'' ''Helps Along the Way,"
''Etiquette Chat,'' are filled
timely and valuable suggestions.
UNIVERSITY OF SOIYTH OA
~THE UNIVERSITY OF SO'
CAROLINA offers Scholarshi
the Normal Dopartment to two y
men fromn each County. Each sehi
ship is worth $40 in money and
matriculation or ''term'' fee.
Examination wvill be held at (
ty seat Friday, July 6th. Exat
tion for admnissioni to the Unive
will be held at the same time.
Write for information to
BENJAMIN SLOAN, Preside
s of Work aRnd;
Combined to M
Corset of Strer
lability 'and Bea
xde to Fit. The I
r Of the condition of The Commerci4l E
close of business May 4th, 1906.
S Loans & Discounts .. $375,597 C
Demand loans ........ 4,647 E
l Overdrafts .......... 3,912 E
Furniture & Fixtures . . 3,051 C
Due from Banks & Bankers 44,774 E
Currency .......... 8,759 C
' Silver, niekles, pennies . 954 .
Cheeks & cash items .. 4,004 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Lt COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Personally appeared before me J.
Lt Bank, who swears that the above stal
edge and belief.
11 Sworn to before me this 4th day of
Geo. S. Mower.
W. H. Hunt.
0. B. Mayer.
. H. C. MOSELEY, President.
M. A. CARLISLE, Vice-Pres.
R, THE PEOPLE'S
on-Paid upapir t
of Protection to Dept
ap.. DIRECTORS: Burgi
ritli M. A. CARLISLE. Burgl
ad- GEO. JOHNSTONE. Polite
as JOS. H. HUNTER. We w
ith- R. L. LUTHER. We in
, J. A. C. KIBLER- We d(
ne4 W. A. MOSELEY.
by JOHN B. FELLERS. cipi<
eri- W. P. PUGH.
ppy G. W. BOWERS. We re
J. P. BOWERS. $1.0
10 H. C. MOSEL.EY. seir
oIFRANK R. HUN'
ing We LUnk Co-Oper
by Buyer and seller
tra- Any Lands, 1r 1JL
tion Any Where, I IU M
e- Any Price.1 NEWE
* Buy, Sell or Ex<
vel Our connection with the I
and enables us to handle land an:
with FRANK R. I
"*~ A CENTURY
JTH For more than a hundre
p, in SPRINGS MiNERAL WAT!
ong thousands are ready and will
a$18 cacy in all diseases of the Li
"","s: Patients t
.Drink Glenn Springs Mirn
nt, drink this water and be resto
ank, located At Newberry, S. C., -at the
0 Capital Stock paid in .. $50,000 00
6 Undivided profits, less cur
8 rent expenses & taxes
3 paid ............ 43,335 75
0 Due to Banks & Bankers . 1,874 78
0 Due unpaid dividends .. .. 675 00
0 Individual deposits subject
0 to check .......... 252,217 34
4 Notes and bills rediscounted
:6 ' '' '. ''''.-.---. 100,000 00
7 $448,102 87.
f. McFall, Cashier of the above name
ement is correct to the best of his knowl
J. Y. McFALL, Cashier.
JOHN C. GOGGANS, c. c. c. P.
W. W. WHEELER, Cashier.
GEO. JOHNSTONE, Attorney.
R ITY, S. C.
. . . .$25 ,000 00
. . . . 3,500 00
ity, . . , 25,000 00
sitors . . $53,500 00 '
ar Proof Safe.
ar and Fire Insurance.
and prompt attention.
ant your business.
a conservative business on business prin
ceive deposits in this department from.
Sup, 4a per cent interest allowed, payable
TER & COMPANY,j
'ative Sellers Money Loaned
Ran ~9flA~AI Stocks and Bonds
ERRY, S. C. . Bought and Sold.
fou Want to
hange Real Estate
M4orth American Land Company
d years the .merits of GLENN
ER have been recognized, and
ing to give testimony as to its effi
ver, Kidneys, Stomach and Skin.
)epend oni It.
v Praises It.(
irai Water and keep well, if sizk,
red to health.
Glenn Sings, S C