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ir O IN
Lo o s
Regular $100 and $1.25!
Perfect Fitting in attache
balance of on
Stocking Colorado With Chines
State (limit' and 1' fsh Commission
f or Parr U stocking the State wit
[?? Ciiinoe rin.L necked pheasants, Yes
< ! terda\ In- sent out tiOO eggs from tl)
,V aviary nl' the Denver Fish Matchci
jM ies Ic> (he (Jrand Yallev, 'Arkansa
u>i: , '
A alley and other pans <>C the Stat
&V' where i; i t !11 t!.t birds \vi
The people who have received th
onus have facilities for having thei
hatched anil will gi\e rr.e birds thei
freedom, ll is the plan to make Cc
p.. 1 urndo a large breeding place fo
Pheasant?-. The first of them were ini
fe ported hero several years ago an
p. now are plentiful around Wolhurs
M and other places.
Not until the birds become numei
U- ous will they be allowed to he kille
e; by hunters. The Chinese ring necl<
od pheasants are considered one o
:-f;; the most beautiful species.
BARBECUE AT JOLLY STREET.
i We will furnish a fist class barbc
ft cue at Jolly Street on Saturday, Jul
' 18. Plenty of good things to eii
. guaranteed. Candidates Invited to h
I present. and make speeches.
I M. H. Singiey.
f 1'. E. Stone.
BARBECUE AT rAIRVIEW.
i Messrs. \V. L. Moore and J. 1'
[ Fulmer will furnish a first-class bai
ITTccue at Fairview school house, o
Friday, July 17. The public is coi
i diallv invited to bo present.
W. L. Moore,
k J. E. "fulmer.
W BARBECUE NOTICE.
- 1 will give a first-class barbecue ;
Williams, campaign day, Jtdy 2)
Special attention to ladies and chi
dren. The public is invited.
J. W. Snndors.
/len's and Boy'<
hoes, Straw I
THE SALE ]
Blues, Grays, Olives &
$25.00 Ones Now $18,7$
$22.00 Ones Now $16.50
$20.00 Ones Now $15.00
$18.00 Ones Now $13.50
$16.50 Ones Now $12.38
COLORED NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
$1.50 Ones $1.15.
Think of it, 75 doz. choice
Shirts, in all sizes and colors.
Negligee Shirts for 85 Cents.
;d and detached cuffs, the
ir Spring Stock.
in Quickly i
We will furnish a first class barbecue
at Pom aria, S. C., on Saturday,
i- July 25th, 1 DOS. Candidates and othh
ers desiring to enjoy a good cue are
o W. II. Counts.
L. A. Ruff.
el BARBECUE AT POMARIA.
11 I Wo will give a first class barbecue
at Bethel school house, l'omaria, 8.
e C., Saturday, July 18th. Come one,
n Come all. A good dinner guaranr
'Jno. A. Graham,
r IT. M. Wicker.
The undersigned will furnish a
first class barbecue at Mt. Bethel
academy in No. 2 township, July 21,
d S. J. Cromer.
f BARBECUE NOTICE.
Wo will furnish a first class barbecue
at Mount Pleasant, Campaign
Day, Wednesday, July 22.
IT. S. Graham.
M. J. Smith,
t TEACHER WANTED.
e The undersigned trustees of Long
Lane school will receive applications
for teacher of said school, for next
M. A. Renwick,
T. IT. Brock,
^ S. A. Rikarri,
r- TRESPASS NOTICDf
All persons are hereby notified and
warned not to trespass upon the lands
of the undersigned by hunting, fishing
or in any manner whatsoever.
Mrs. J. A. Henderson.
NOTICE SCHOOL MEETING.
1- Notice is hereby given that a meeting
of the citizens of Newberry school
district will be held in the new court
3 Fine Clothing
lats, and Furj
at Great Reduction
is NOW ON
Special Trousers Salt
Maybe your Coat and Vei
are good, but you need ne1
HERE IS YOUR CHANCI
$10.00 Trousers $7.5
8.00 Trousers 6.0
7.00 Trousers 5.2
6.00 Trousers 4.5
5.CO Trousers 3.7
4,00 Trousers 3.0
3.50 Trousers 2.2
All $1.00 Neckw
Great Values and big
AH 50c. Neckw*
Very desirable Ties?all
and Pet the
house on Tuesday, July 21, 1908, at j Sf
10 o'clock a. m., to hear the annual j Jo
report ol the trustees of the New-' St
berry graded schools for the year
ended June 1st. .1.008. (Y
5 J. M. Davis, o|
F. X. Martin. Secretary. cr
1725 College ef Chulntoa 1308
Charleston, S. C. ^
124th Year Begins September 25th. gi
Entrance examinations will be or
held at the County Court House ai
on Friday, July 3, at 9 a. 111 All [ tr
candidates for admission can compete
in September for vacant Boyce
Scholarships which pay $100 a year. ?
One free tuition scholarship to each Tk
county of South Carolina. Board U
and furnished room in donnitorv
$ri. Tuition $40. For catalogue, jc
address Harrison Randoi.imi,
LANOER COLLEGE "
(Formerly Willlamston I'einale College).
GREENWOOD, S. C.
Rev. John 0. Willson, President.
OI'KNS Sept. i$. iyoS, Comfortable, steam- I
heated, electric lighted building, in city |
limits, Good food. Home-like life ami ;
Thorough teaching and training, line work li
in music and art. Cost reasonable. U
Send for catalogue.
WINTHROP COLLEGE^ ' ti
Scholarship and. Entrance Examina- fe
The examination for the award of j
vacant Scholarships in Winthrop col- 1 B
lege and for the admission of new stu- C
dents will he held at the County Court j g'
House on Friday, July 3, at 0 a. m. to
Applicants must, be not less than fif- 11
teen years of age. When Scholarships
are vacant after July .1 they will d'
he awarded to those making the. high- I
est average at this examination, provided
they meet the conditions governing
the award. Applicants for ^
N E W B E
,\!1 IP E Two Coi
W 1 Bad
?? ? E wi
7 C 0 R 2 Bad
JLO O R Med
off Y En]
-C HIGH !
Special Trousers Q CQQD g
L Positive Is
G For Illustr;
I THE BAf
l H ^ ' ^ ^ ^
1 profits, costing lcs:
| ; Our institution i;
rear, Now 69c. I IjB B 01
assortment here. p.
;ar, Now 39c.
^ DR. GEO. Y. HU
regular 50 cents value.
J. F. BROWNE,
rholarship should write to President
ihnson before the examination for
.hularship examination blanks.
Scholarships arc worth $.100 and
co I nil ion. The next session will
ion September 1(5, ]!)0S. For furth- FOT VOUT Pi
information and catalogue, address
res. 1). K. Johnson, Rock Hill. S. C.
DELINQUENT TAX NOTICE.
Those persons who have not vol
lid their delinquent State an/1 conn- V h^\/p FlX/l
taxes are earnestly requested to C\l I y
ve this matter their attention at
ice, as I desire to close my books
id make settlement with the eoimti
M. M. 1?uford, Sheriff. ||
* iL?_ MAYES
ue West Female College,
With the best modern convennces
and equipment, and high
andards of teaching and living,
lis is an ideal place for prepara- w w y k m
on for the great responsibilities % / /fi ^
TERMS MODERATE. * * 1 JL
Kor attractive catalog write ? ? ?
RKV. JAMES BOYCE. ?1
Due West, S. C.
i i niversity
of South Carolina To cal1
f r> pi
Wide range of choice in Scicn- ? DOX "3.
fic, Literary, Graduate and Pro- . Ledgers,
ssional Courses leading to degree trnr + Q Ta
[Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of ?du&, id
ciencc, Licentiate of Instructions, ter cind
achelor of Laws, Master of Arts, mal/p the
ivil Engineer and Electrical En- see US bef(
nicer. Well equipped Labora- sccubucm
>ries, Library of over 40,000 volincs.
Expenses moderate. Many stu- W
snts make their own expenses. fT\ $01 0
Next session (lo.jtli) begins | |) ? 1 ff B
L'ptember 23d, 1908. xLJ? M \J/ SMl
l'or announcement write to the
resident, Columbia, S. C. j Hfc,r\A
RRY COL. LEGE
lelor of Arts
guages and Mathematics
lelor of Science
lanical and Electrical
gineering with A. B. English
ated Catalogue A~ K
sherer, Newberry, S. C.
savings account in I
nIK OF PROSPETITY J
ill do for you. 8
tpii.nl to start into business.
)r saving money usually squandered.
way toward securing a home.
fund for educating your children.
isible way to accumulate a reserve fund for
endowment insurance, producing larger
s, and can be realized in cash at any time.
> run under tile supervision of, and reguthe
vState Hank Kxaminer.
ik of Prosperity,
osperity, S. C.
NTKR, DR. J. vS. WHKKLKR,
President. V. President.
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Iver, Pictures, Vases,
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