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c th League Conference Notes.
;e~ i E ar leagueiiereince
S(::rol:ina, whilch has just elo-ze
t. George was on( 4f i,he mks
cessful and eut*usiastie couter
nees which has ever been held.
The most important matter broui
re tile conferenc waS the pro
of.1 the State leagurle (in1erict
oT. a stHiZt v :~LI(~u
s was disus1ed mAre freel h
:y other maI er brought before I
fereca mtl was finally d ipose(
bv the conterence undertaking th
position by adopting the followim
olutions offered by Jas. F. ipting
seconded by Rev. J. H. Graves:
-Resolved, That we. the Epwortl
:aguie conference of South -aro
ta. pledge our efforts for Le nex
e y(lars to raise funds ,towa,rd4
Iding and equipping a $20.00(
enee hall at Soo Chow University
at t-he fourth vice president be au
porized to use such efforts and mean4
s shall be necessary from year t<
ear to accomplish this end. We re
nest the cabinet to make provisioi
r an aggressive campaign for th<
sing of this fund."
Good Sum Raised.
Mr. J. A. McCormick made an ear
st appeal to the conference t(
.edge its support in carrying out tlh
oregoing resolution, and as a resul
f his remarks. $1.408 was raised i
very short ti-rL.. In addition,
umber of leagveicE promised to u-s
their individuat efforts in securinn
fontributions for this purpose durinr
the coming year.
After this the reports of the dis
trict secretaries were taken up, whicl
showed that the league generally ih
in a prosperous condition and that f
'rumber of new chapters have beei
elganized since last year. Sapple
menta.ry reports were also made fro
individual chapters throuihtlot thi
State and a .number of good idet
vere exchanged among the leaguers.
The reports from the Charleston
Marion. Oraoo-,burg and Spa.rtanbur
districts showed great prog:ess anC
soecial attention was cal!ld to thei
by President Salley. The selectior
of the place for the next corferene?
<ame up next and Floren!e exirndec
a warm invitation through Mr. D. R
lierbe followed by Mr. Ki1gore anc
'everal others. Thien Newberry wa
placed in nomination, by a very ur
gent invitation by Mr. J. F. Epting
of Newberry, wvhich was heartily see'
onded by Dr. C. R. Gaillard, of Spar.
tanburg, w.ho sa.id that the Spartan
burg delegation had intended to asl
for the conference but 'had decide<
to join f.wces with Newberry an,d hell
her get it. as this was the fourth tim<
Mr. Epting had asked for it for New.
berry. Anderson was also put ii
nomination, but withdrew in favor oi
Newberry and the conference votec
to go to Newber.ry by a la,rge majori
The electioni of State officers was
then taken up and the fogo3wing wer<
President W. M. Howard, Spartan'
burg; first vice president, Dr. Chas
R. Gaillard, Spartanburg; second viet
president. Miss Ruth Lawrence, Dar
ington; third vice president. Prof
W. D. Roberts, Tatum; fourth viec
president, J. A. McCormick, Charles
ton. junior superintendent, Mrs. E
C. Dibble, Orangeburg; league oditor
Miss Mabel Montgomery, Marion
secretary, Prof. Power W. Bet'hea, St
George; treasurer, Jas. F. Epting
District secretaries: Florence, D
R. Ellerbe. Florence; Anderson, Jun
is Birown, Anderson; Orangeburg
Dr. Wi P. Shuler, St. George; Sum
ter, Robt. Keels, Sumter; Charleston
Miss Edith Burham, Charleston
Greenville, Miss Marie E. Watson
Greenville; Columbia, Miss Salli
Belle Watt-, Marion, J. W. Daksey
Conway: Kingstree, W. J. Turbeville
Turbeille; Cokesbury, Herbert An
derson. Cokesbury; Spartanburg, Dr
D. M. Ellerbe. Jonesville.
The Cabbage Cure.
* This idea that people thrive bes
n the food they like best is not a;
mod:ernl as yo seem to think.'' sai<
the old doctor to the young doctor
"When Ezekiel Holmes was some
what over 300 years old hie was takei
sck. and my grandfather, one of th<
best p)hysicians in that section. wo
called to see him. after the family ha(
dne their worst to make him better
-Grandfather pronounced Mr
Holmes very ill, and told the famil;
that the end was probably near; h
might not live out the night.
"As soon the the news sprea<
through the neighborhood, severa
friends called to sit up, or watet
with the sufferer. Among them wa
a sea captain, who took the secon<
"A little after midnight, Mi
Holmes awoke and said the docto
was starving him. The captain ask
ed what he would like to eat.
Corn beef and cabbage,' replie4
he ld man.
t ~ ~ ! IL :. L :
Sp - %i was .1 S1a a)1e dish i h
i day iand iae him a gener(us pi te
ii iul reaoin. as he said afterward
- t so long as the old man's hotur
were nuinbered. lie might as well
bave %iwhat lie wanted while he lasted
- -\nr eat ini hieartilv. Mr. Hlolme,
anid im f 1111in hb li> ii cr. :1!111 n
-a IlV 10sep Tle neX nD'nn
wiwa aather l he fiund
hIheptS for f Or ve Vear
I 2terwad. andi ii he alway ; 'tutly- 'e
elared that his m1idnigi 1 meal :aIl
e ured him.
-- -I' been wanting boiled dish a
forinight.' he used to say. *and moth
er wouldni't let me have it.' But I
- wI rked a traverse on her, and got
Kansas City Journal.
A-3rs. Pride-Jimmy. dear. vould
you ind doing an errand for me to
- Mr. Pride-WhIat is it?
L Mrs. Pride-The cook says we
won't have enough chicken for din
ner. so I wish you would take this
piece down to the butcher shop and
see if you can't get it matched.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
The Bank of Pomaria, Located at
Pomaria, S. C., at the close of bus
iness June 23rd, 3909.
Loans -and Discounts.....$ 27730 69
Overdrafts. ............. 118 11
Banking House, .........1688 50
Furniture and Fixtures. . 1644 06
Due from Banks and Trust
iIV1V..................... ..713 M.)
Gold. .................. .140 00
Silver and other Coin,.. 84 12
Cheeks and Cash Items,.. 367 89
Total. ................$ 34046 51
Capital Stoek Paid in.....$ 14340 00
Undivided profits,less Cur
rent Expenses and Taxes
Paid . ................ 592 88
Due to Banks and T rust
Companies, ........... 47 60
Individual Deposits sub
jeet to Cheek.......... 6862 22
Savings Deposits,.........2203 81
Bills Payable, including
Certificates for Money
Borrowed,............ 10000 00
Total, ...............$ 34046 51
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Newberry.
Before me came V. L. Smith Cash
ier of the above named bank,s who,
being duly sworn, pays t'hat the above
and foregoing statement is a true con
~dition of said bank. as shown by the
books of said bank.
V. L. Smith.
Sworn to and subscribed before me,
this 29th day of June. 1909.
SJohn C. Aull,
R. H. Hitt.
Z. T. Pinner.
WHEN THE EAGLE SCREAMS
Every good American gets ou
and makes a noise--but no
-with his Clothes. We have
.the "Real Thinigs--with plent'
e of "Ginger'' but not that flashi
ness that fairly screams-li
all wool, silk and wool, and fas
' You can dress well and eco
i nomically with our correc
Clothing for men.
I Sits $10.00 to $30.00
The Medicinal V
is admitted by the highest m(
many slight disorders it is a sa
effective, it must be the genui
SUNNY BROOK is unsurpa:
stimulant or an invigorating health
aged and. bottled under the direci
Inspectors and its absolute purity al
safe and free from harmful effects.
over the cork of each bottle states t]
SUNNY BROOK DISTILLE
from any of the o
H. Clarke & Sons, Inc , . . .
The Philip G. Kelly Co , Inc..
L G. Daniel,
C. Blum & Co,
C C Butler Co., .
L Loeb Whiskey Co.,.
AltMan Whiskey Co.,
D. F. & C. P. Long
SHIPPED IN PLAIN BOXES.
All Kinds CANNING SUPPLIES at
SUMMER BROS. CO.
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON
125th Year Begins October 1st.
Entrance exammnation will be
held at the new Court House or
Friday, July 2, at 9 a. m. All can
didates for admission can compete
in October for vacant Boyce schol
arships, wnich pay groo a year.
One free tuition sch:ola-ship to eact
County of South Carulina. Boarc
and furnished room in Dormitory
$12. Tuition, $go. For catalogne
NOTICE OP FINAL SETTLEMENT[
Notice is hereby given that I will
make a final settlement of the estate
of Nannie M. Wessinger, deceased, in
the probate court for Newberry coun
tv. on Monday, July 26th, 1909, a'
11 o'clock a. mn., and immediatel2
thereafter apply for a discharge as
administrator of said estate.
George W. Summer,
as Administrator of estate of
Nannie M. Wessinger, 'deased.
June 25th, 1909.
Thousands of satisfied customers
and say "There's where I buy my w
We~7 sell only the puresc ard~
Cannon Ball Express.
Let us ship you a trial order cf
tionaIJy pure and delicious. We pre
Clarke's Happy Valley Corn,.
Clarke's Old Tar Heel Corn,...
Clarke's Select Old Corn, ...
Clarke's O!d Private Stock Cori, .
- Carke's Sunny South Rye, ...
Clarke's Old Tar Heal Rye,..
Clarke's Monogram Rye. ..-,..
t Sunny Brook Whiskey,(Bottled in Be
Clarke's Malt Whiskey,. .. ..
Clarke's Medicinal Corm.Malt.,
Old Private Stock Apple Brandy,
- Select Old Peach Brandy,. .. .
All goods guaranteed under]
shipped same day received in plain y
Remit by postal or express moi
list mailed upon request.
H. CLARKE & SQ3
The Sonth's Pion<
alue of Whiskey
dical authorities, Indeed for
fe and certain cure. But to be
ne, pure, natural article like
sed as a wholesome pleasant
ful tonic. Every drop is distilled,
t supervision of U. S. Government
rid mellowness make its use perfectly
The "Green Government Stamp'
ie correct age, proof and quantity
LY CO., Jefferson Co.. Ky.
END REMITTANCE WITH YOUR ORDER.
IPPED C. 0. D.
Scholarship and Entrance
At the County Court-House on Friday,
July 2nd, at 9 A. M , the Scholarship and
Entrance Examinations to Clemson Agri
cultural College will be held under the
directi -n of the County Board of Edu
Applicants must be at least 16 years of
age and must be prepared to enter the
Freshman Class. There are no scholar
ships in the Preparatory Class. This
class is only open to a limited number of
boys who cannot reach high schools and
where school facilities are poor Scholar
ships are worth $roo oo and Free Tuition.
The next session of Clemson Agricultural
College will begin Sept. 8, 1909.
A pply to the County Superintendent of
Education after June 20th, for needed in
formation concerning the Scholarship
For catalogs, further information and
cards upon which to make application for
entrance to the College, address
P. H. MELL, President,
Clemson College, S. C.
Solder Top TOMATO CANS at
SUMMER BROS. Co.
tAIL ORDER WilSKEY 110USE
LYNCNIBUR6 - ItMN
point to "Clarke's Mail Order Hot:e,"
~iIies." There is a reason for thi :
es and guarantee quick shipme~ Lt I
c~r of the following. They are exccp
ay express charges.
1 Gal. 2 Gal. 4 Full 12 Full
Jug. Jug. Qts. Qts.
$2.50 $4.50 $2.75 $7.75
.2.85 5.00 3.25 9.00
. 3.35 6.00 4.00 10.00
. 3.85 7.00 4.75 13.00
.3.35 6.00 3.75 10.00
. 3.85 7.00 4.00 11.00
.4.75 9.00 5.00 14.00
md) 3.85 7.00 5.00 13.00
.3.85 7.00 4.00 11.00
.3.50 6.50 3.75 10.00
. 4.00 7.00 4.50 12.00
.4.75 9.00 5.00 14.00
4aonal Pure Fooc Law. All orders
iey or registered letter. Complete price
!S, Inc., Richmond, Va.
er MaiH Order Hanue
SOME ONE ONCE SAID:
NO W'S THE TIME"
WE APE GOING
TO OFFER NOW
almost. at the be
ginning of the sum
mer, a wonderful
ALL LOW SHOES!
Here are the Ladies' Reginas, and
other makes, all to be soldat
JUST WHAT THEY COST.
Reginas - - $3.50 at $2.50
$4.00 at $2.75
Why just come and see and you will
We cannot charge any shoes at these
To do a good thing today is better than
So come to
I flood to Eat I
ao AND YOU WANT
* you WILL FIND IT AT
jJONES' GROCERY I
* 'PHONE No. 2120