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l|^r o Men's and Boy'j
11 0 Shoes, Straw I
|| off nishings offeree
. wL Everybody True DAI IT 1
Invited. Jl iltL oALJt I
||fe Great Ba
fc jjfc Suits and
MB VTWjPOT Blues, Grays, Olives &
/ / % 1 Fancy Patterns.
jSft^Sss/ .M | $25.00 Ones Now $18.75
|? Wx." ' fJ $22.00 Ones Now $16-50
|i $20.00 Ones Now $15.00
f? $18-00 0nes Now $13.50 |
l||: pi ||||j $16.50 Ones Now $12.38 j
jjfe ll It G0L0RED NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
if W pi $1.50 Ones $1.15.
Igfck Think of it, 75 doz. choice
$5.|I Shirts, in all sizes and colors.
(Regular $1.00 and $1.25 Negligee Shirts for 85 Cents.
Perfect Fitting in attached and detached cuffs, the
balance of our Spring Stock.
; MR. BRYAN SPEAKS Beach, where it is expected lie will deINTO
PHONOGRAPH liver an address. In honor of the
P&if- * occasion all grocery stores and bntchI
Makes Short Talks 011 Campaign Is- or shops will be closed at an early
I' Jy sues?Rccords hour. 1
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
^frail-view. Lincoln. Neb.. July 21.? AND APPLICATION FOR DIS1
above the electric wires ol' (he CHARGE.
%fraclion company the -Tall banner Mid-Summer excursion to Atlanta, ,
,w)iich met such an ignominious late, via X. & . L., and Seaboard, July
|?\Mc night before I he nomination of 28-31 st. Special train leaves Newberl4mr.
Bryan was loda.v again flung to ry 0.00 a. m.
'the breeze. Mutilated and begrimed, Kate $3.50 round trip.
i. the banner was stretched across the
y street in the same location from The undersigned will make his final
I which it was said the Democrats had return and settlement of Jhe estate of
V torn it. On either side of it an Mrs. Martha Caroline Caldwell, dc- 1
wi i\ ii-an flag was hunix as a mute ceased, before IT011. F. M. Sehumpert, 1
J. warning -thai it would be protected probate judge for Newberry county,
S;aga:,.?.-I a repetition of < in- vandal- S. C., on Friday, the twenty-fourth '
f ism. ilundrcds of people watched day of July, 1008, at 11 o'clock in the
" the proceeding. many oT them pro- forenoon, and immediately thereafter
phesying that the banner would be will apply to the said probate judge [
* allowed tn remain in position until for his discharge as executor of the '
the close of the campaign. will of the said deceased.
Most of today was spent by r. ( J. F. J. Caldwell, ,
j Bryan in delivering short speeches on ltaw-ot-T Executor.
I the issues of the campaign into a
L phonograph. Previously lie had made BARBECUE.
Similar speeches on the records of a We wi? fnrnish n first clnsg ,)ar.
HBompeting concern. The intention is ,J(JCUC afc Pomai.inj g c on Saturday,
o give the speeches wide distnbu- July o.-)(ll> 1008 Candidates and otiiHion
throughout the country. Of: his orR (losil.ing (o cnjov j cl,c nr0 ,
^Vwn volition, Mr. Bryan Announced invito 1
flSliat he had received $500 for each of jy Counts
jBlie two concerns as compensation ^ ^ Ruff
ffior his work. When a newspaper
Kan suggested to liim tlml lie had no- watjtph
^Septed money from corporations and ".CHER WANTED.
jBhcreby had acted contrary to the dc- The undersigned trustees of Long
ipiarcd policy of the Democratic par- Lane school will receive applications
Lv, Mr. Bryan stated that the whole for teacher of said school for next
|Hroposition was a commercial one, term.
^Bid that he very properly could ac- M. A. Reuwick,
laapl pay for his labors. The remit- T. IT. Brock,
jjj^Knces were not retained by him, but S. A. Kikard,
e turned them over lo the Stale and Trustees.
BP^unty Democratic committees, res
r^ectivelv, as a personal contribution. NOTICE SCHOOL MEETING.
1 Tomorrow Mr. Bi.vitn Intends vis- Notice is hereby given that a meet- \
iting a picnic of the Grocer's and ing of the citizens of Newberry school \Butchers'
ascsociation at Capitol district will be held in the now court 1
3 Fine Clothing, o
iats, and Fur- o
j at Great Reduction. ?" I
:S NOW ON Specif ^Trousers
Special Trousers Sale. m
Maybe your Coat and Vest
are good, but you need new
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE: 1
$10.00 Trousers $7.50
8.00 Trousers 6.00
7.00 Trousers 5.2E
6.00 Trousers 4.50 1?|| vlA
5.CO Trousers 3.75 pS
4.00 Trousers 3.00 /if! Jk$
3.50 Trousers 2 25
All $1.00 Neckwear, Now 69c.
Great Values and big assortment here.
All 50c. Neckwear, Now 39c.
Very desirable Ties?all regular 50 cents value.
house on Tuesday, July 2.1, 1908, at Scholarship should write to President
10 o'clock a. in., to hear the annual Johnson before the examination for
report of the trustees of the New- Scholarship examination blanks.
berry graded schools for the year Scholar,ships are worth $100 and
ended June 1st, 1008. free tuition. The next session will
J* Davis, open September 10, 1008. For furthI'.
N. Martin. Secretary. er information and catalogue, address
Chairman. preSt n B Johnson, Rock Hill, S. C.
?tijttiWrtm m srrrrrru
Charleston, S. C. !',m<' Stale a,.,] ?,,
j tv taxes arc earnestly requested t<i
124th Year Begins September 25U1. U'ivc this matter their attention at
Kntrance examinations will l>c once, as T desire to close my books
held at the County Court Mouse and make settlement with the county
011 Friday, July 3, at 9 a. m. All j treasurer.
candidates for admission can com- j M. M. Buford, Sheriff.
pete in September for vacant Boyce Newberry, S. C.
Scholarships which pay $100 a year.
Due West Female College.
and famished room in dormitory! With the best modern convengi
i Tuition $40. 1'or catalogue, 1. al,d c(|Ujplm.ni, hiKl,
address Harrison Randommi, , , . 1 \ . , .
President. ! standards of teacmng and living,
??a i i i mi a ?owwiBw?this is an ideal place for prcparaLANDER
COLLEGE TJZZJT ?
(Formerly Wiiliaiuston I'cmnle College). ! 1 I'/KMS MODl'.RA 1 Iv,
GREENWOOD, S. C. por attractive catalog write
Rev. John 0. Willson, President. RKV. TAMILS BOYClv.
OI'HNS Sept. iS. 19ns. Comfortable, steam- i . ,,,
healed, clcctiic 1 ik 1 >Ic<I building, in city I I)UC \\ CSt, S. C.
limits. Good food. Home-like life and ? .
in music and art. Cost reasonable. ' I University of South Carolina
Send for catalogue. J ..
WTNTTTT?op PrtTTTTP* 1 Wide range of choice in ScienWINIHROP
COLLEGE. i tiflC( Literary, Graduate and ProScholarship
and. Entrance Examina- fessional Courses leading to degree
tiion I of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of
The examination for the award of; Science, Licentiate of Instructions,
vacant Scholarships in Winthrop col-1 Bachelor of Laws, Master of Arts,
lege and for the admission of new stu-, Civil Hngineer and Ivlectrical Ivndents
will be held at the County Court gineer. Well equipped LaboraTTousa
on Friday, July 3, at 9 a. m. torics. Library of over 40,000 volApplicants
must be not less than fif- nines.
teen years of aye. When Scholar- lvxpenses moderate. Many stuships
are vacant after July 3 they will flents make their own expenses,
he awarded to those making the high- v Next session (104th) begins
ast. average at this examination, j)ro- September 23d, 1908.
vided they meet the conditions gov- I'or announcement write to the 1
orning the award. Applicants for Ihesideut, Columbia, S. C. j
The .Commercial Bank,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Condensed from report to State Bank
Examiner at the close of business June
4th, 1 908:
Loans and Discounts $371,217.20
Overdrafts - 6,52 1.92
Furniture and Fixtures 3,1 16.93
Capital $ 50,000.00
Undivided Profits net 55,887.90
| Dividends Unpaid 1,1 1 2.00
Cashiers Checks 1 2.00
Due to Banks 1,063,32
Individual Deposits 303,380.21
Borrowed Money None
I $4 1 1,455.43
J NO. M. KINAR1), O. B. MAYKR, J. Y. McPALL, I
President. Vice-Pres. Cashier. I
4 Per Cent. Interest Paid in Our Sav~ f\
ings Department. j
> ?? iii
E Two Courses:
W 1 Bachelor of Arts
B Languages and Mathematics
E with Electives
r 2 Bachelor of Science
r Mechanical and Electrical
Y Engineering with A. B. English
c high standards
O GOOD SANITATION
L UNUSUAL ECONOMY
L Positive Moral Influences
E OPENS SEPT. 23.
G For Illustrated Catalogue
E J. A. B. Scherer, Newberry, S. C.
New York of the South
c. n. & l. AND s. a. l. r ys
Tuesday, July 28, 1908.
Q CA ROUND
Longer Return Limit Rnn't Miss It
Than Ever ;Before sJUII I Forget It.
Special Train, Low Rates, Fast Schedule.
Leave Columbia 7.30 a. in $3-5() Round Trip
Leave Irmo 7.5.} a. 111 " " "
Leave Chapin 8.13 a. 111 " " "
Leave Little Mountain 8.30 a. in " " "
Leave Prosperity 8.45 a. in "
Leave Newberry 9.00 a. in "
Leave Kinards 9.20 a. 111 "
Leave Goldville 9.30 a. 111 " " "
Leave Clinton io.co a. in " " "
Leave Laurens 7.00 a. m $3.00
Arrive Atlanta at 4 00 p. in.
Tickets good to return on regular trains up
to and in- 'uding Seaboard train No. 32 leaving
Atlanta 1 .20 p. m. Friday, July 3 1 st.
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For Information and tickets, call on any C. N. & L., Agent
J F. LIVINGSTON, Sol. Agt. C. N. & L., Columbia, S. C.
J. S. ETCHBERGER, T. P. A., S. A. L., Columbia, S. C.
G. L. ROBINSON, Agent, Newberry, S. C.