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Newberry Fitting School.
To the Public:
It is my purpose to open a school
in the town of Newberry to prepare
pupils for college entrance, or for
3 life work. I desire only a limited
number that I may give to each pu
pil that individual attention whieh
counts for so much in the school room.
Newberry, S. C.
Don' t you loN
ham a frying whe
All ham is nc
kind of ham. Nic
eggs make a good
DoI} t they. The
and 'Reliable' b
centt a pound.
25 cents a dozen
0 P. S. We get
* and eggs and bre
* ~in town at
DON'T WAIT OIN
Some people are skeptical regarding the
dom of buying now. Of course it is natura
me of them have made mistakes in their
thmas a lesson that will never be forgott
Don't miss an op;
i4fe istoo short f
Many a man has:
of a fortune by w;
I wish to call especial attention to No. 6;
dence portion of the city
4. Two-story brick store, Express Offic
5. Livery Stable, one of the most conve
6. 35 acres land near Whitmire, S C.
7. 115 acres land, with outbuildings, tii
8 Five-room house, two acres land, at
9. Building lot in Brooklyn.
11. Two-story brick store and sales stab]
12. Two-story brick store on Main street
16, 17, 18, 19. Lots on Y. J. Pope proper
2o. One brick building known as Aull's
horse engine and boiler This is eqi
capacity 6o barrels flour per day. 'i
being only about 200 yards from the
22. House and one acre lot at reasonable
23. Vacant lot, portion of the J WV. Gar
27. Lot near Mollohon and Mr Boukmg~
29. 30. Two five acre lots near Mollohon
32 13 34 acres land near Mr B. C. Matt
33. 320 acres land in New Chapel neighi
room houses and outbuildings.
34. Nine-room two story house, 27 acres
35. 10o acres timber land 15 miles from
Strothers and one from Dawkins.
36 1o acres land one mile from the city,
37. Five-room cottage and lot, corner o1<
41. Two lots adjoining Mr. John Reagmr
43. Residence with six large rooms and
45. One lot with skeleton brick walls on
46. Nine-room residence with reception
47. New six-room residence on Harringt
This is very conveniently located
50. One lot adjoining Mr. W. F. Ewart,
51-- Plantation one mile from Silver Stre
53. Eight-room house and lot, in High:1
About 23% acres of land.
55. House and lot, part of the Gauntt p:
56. 57 Two lots on Main Street, in fron
6o. 285 acres land sixteen miles from Ne
within three miles of two churches.
69. New five-room cottage near Col. Dic
63. House and lot located in the bestr
Graded School and the Churches, a<
Dr. McIntosh and Mr. Mower.
64. One one-story store and lot at Whit:
65- One new five-room house and lot on
half of land.
66. For Rent: One store on Main streel
69. Eight-room house and lot. The bu
rebuilt for the price asked for the w
70. 114 acres land 1% miles from the cit
76. For Sale: ro shares National Bank
This will insure satisraet.ory results
where the pupil faithfully does his or
ber part of the work.
I piomise earnest and faithful
work, r.nd having had several years'
suecessful experience in the school
room, I have no hesitation in asking
thie support of those parents who wish
t~heir children given the best and clos
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twpopsmlerty, rNwbh Cottoldngs Mil
hew', abou Bronmleyroeciy
onrood, twoafouheroowou,tw toe
lnd erbewCe neighborhood.
ewet,ronaiin 33 miles l oarnd. fo
Po intlOe o the bestlomeid heciy
wer,osevery coenently Sloatead
Tio ha a9 feetoo eah.Tesecteaso
kert'smal rooms wiethi ouigsngs oaer
onsteeotio tect, near theneCorHus
tj otining 37 M acrs andopst
peroint Onsfteet home in acre andty
Ts hatru i-rolrsiene
JoigM. A. MBURTs doppo,
I have secured rooms in the resi
deuce of tie late Major Lamber
Jones on Main street and will ope:
September 16 and continue for nin
months. Rates of tuition will be mad
kao%n on application. I should b
glad to confer with any parents wh
may wish to place their children ui
der my care.
J. B. O'Neall Holloway.
Stuyvesant Fish and the Porter.
New York Sun.
An interesting incident in Stuyv(
sant Fish's career as president o
Illinois Central Railroad is bain
told in Wall street. Mr. Fish got
job for a young negro as porter i
one of the Pullman cars. The porte
on a trip over an Eastern road, threal
ened to thrash a man who was anno3
ing a girl passenger. The girl wa
travelling alone, and the man ha
been drinking. The offensive passer
ger was a near relative of one of th
officers of the road, and a few da3
after the incident the porter was di;
charged by the Pullman compan:
The young negro wrote to Mr. Fis
to let him know that he hadn't lo
his job through any fault of his ow;
Mr. Fish then wrote a letter to R. '
Lincoln, president of the Pullma
company, and explaining the circun
THE HOME OF
stances, and notifying him that un
less the negro was reinstated within
t a certain number of hours the Pull
man service on the Illinois Central
e would be terminated. The negro went
D A railroad will soon be completed.
~ which will extend from Puerto Bar
rios, on the Atlantic eoast, to the City
of Guatemala, putting the capital of
the Central American republic within
five days' steam communication of
In a recent single issue of tLe New
f York Herald, among the "personal"
g advertisements were seventy which
a asked information of the present
a whereabouts of certain persons, some
r of whom have been absentees for
more thai half a entury.
- Washington's monument is 555
.s feet high. The eggs shipped from
d fifty counties in this state, leaving
I- end on end, would build a monn
e ment 221,882 times higher than the
-s Washington shaft.-Kansas mCity
h Magrets for lifting purposes are
t coming into increasing use in British
i. iron works. Castings weighing two
. or three tons are lifted by electro
n magnets. Much time is saved in
i- comparison with the use'of hooks and
The Price of Woolens Has B1
With this in viev
our oirdei for .F
early, which put
tion to offer you
than "The Late Bi
We have what we col
line of suits that we h
.and we have lots of the
Full line colored suit:
bhades and patterns,
breasted, single breas
and stouts. We have
the latest and fullest1I1
that will be shown in N
And we want to impr
fact that we are going i
ing for less money thai
no matter what prices
they've got none to offi
Fecheimer and *Fische
Bros. High Art Brand C
no introduction to mei
stylish ready-to-Wear c
- to our store will convin
For school boys we~ a
Mrs, Jan6 H1opkin's Bc
Mothers apDreciate th
boys c'othes. It meal
They are priced right.
REMEMBER we will
cheaper than our cor
I a young lawyer, but after die
risoner had looked the attorney over
e said: "No. Mr. Jedge, I reckor
ot. De la.' time 1 got in de peniten
ary I had a man dat look lak h'm tc
ef-Ind me, so des leave him out d*
!ase and gimme ten years!"
A man is seldom as indiffent to his
ife as he thinks she is to him.
[0 THE PATRONS
I desire to announce to all.
;ood dressers, that I am pre
iared to fit and please them
rom my new fall stock of
Vorsted and Woo enettes of
he newest designs and at
>:ices always reasonable..
Wome in and see the new styles,
Lnd select your new 'all suit.
E, T. CWILSON,
outer cI-ecs, as the throwing of a e
snitc rergizes the magii. P
A pror-os of vanity, Secretary Root h
told at Yale about a politician who, n
the day before he was to make a cer- ti
tiIn speech, sent a 41-page report of d
it a the papers. On page 23 ap- e
re.re:. this paragraph: "But the
htpur pows late and I mu't close.
(No! No! Go on! Go on!)"
To defend the prisoner, a Georgia *
colored man, the court had appoint
Store Your Cotton!
Get the lop Notch Prices!
We pay Insurance,
THE STANDARD WAREHOUSE )
. COMPANY, t
Colunbia, S. C.
D. C. HEYWARD. President
CHAS T. LIPSCOMB, Secretary.
Our Receipts Gilt Edge.
Consult Warehouseman, Standard
Warehouse, Newberry, S. C.
in Steadily Advancling.
v we placed
3 us in posi
rsider the nicest am
ave ever shown,
m to select from.
; in the leading
cut' in double
ted, longs, slims
on our counters
ne of black suits
ewberry this fall.
ese you with the,
:o sell you cloth
they make. And
er you as good,as
.'s and Strouss
:lothing that need
1 who know what
lothing is, A visit
ce you that we're .i
re sole agents for
y Proof Clothes.
is strong line of
ns less mending.
sell you Clothes