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MINISTER HAS iLAISE CALL.
During Terrific Downpour at Lees
ville, Lightning Strikes Home of
Rev. J. Austin.
Leesville, July 1.-One of the mosi
terrific downpours of rain ever seen
here fell this afternoon. It was a ver
itable cloudburst. Streets, roads, gar
dens and fields wer one sheet of water
Much damage was done to roads anc
fields by washings. There was on,
constant peal of thunder. Lightning
struck the home of Rev. J. Austin
right in the heart of town. Rev. Mr
Au,tin was itting on his front porch
watching the clouds, when the boli
struck a column about five feet fron
where he was sitting. It passed ul
fter and knocked a bowl off the
the back porch. Fortunatel:
was hurt. Rev. Mr. Austir
r 43 years pastor of the Saltz
rs in Georgia, and came here t<
e from the active ministry. He iD
of the oldest and most respectec
isters in the Lutheran church, anc
are happy that neither he nor Mrs
stin were hurt.
n Irishman was once serving in
ment in India, says the Chicagg
une. Not liking the climate, Pai
ied to evolve a trick by which hE
ould get home. Accordingly he went
o the doctor and told him his eyesigh
bad. The doctor looked at hin
for a while and then said: "How cat
you prove to me that your eyesight 1
bad?" Pat looked about the room ann
at last said: "Well, doctor, you seE
that nail on the wall?"
"Yes," replied the doctor.
"Well, then," replied Pat, "I can't.
Knew He Could Help Her.
Fussy iady Patient-I was stffer
ing so much, doctor, that I wanted t<
Doctor-You did right to call me in
dear lady.-London Opinion.
"You can't see the leading lady now;
she is busy In the dressing room."
"Is she changing her costume fo:
.the next act?"
"No; this is an Ibsen play. She il
.merely making up her mind."-Cornlel
Likewise Gasoline Smoke.
The por man who puts up a bluff, and
some great auto buys.
May .not fool some; 'but most of 'xi
have dust dh: .wn in our eyes.
- -Dallas News
Enrollment Over 700-Value of Prop
erty Over a Million and a Quarte1
Nlnety Teachers and Officers.
Seven full four years courses, ir
Agriculture, Engineering, etc.
4Cost per session of nine months, in
cluding all fees, board, heat, light
laundry, and 'necessary. uniforms
6 Students who are financially able
pay $40.00 tuition additional.
SCHOLARSHIP AND ENTRANE
The College maintains 124 Agricul
tuiral Scholarships, and 43 Textil<
Scholarships, worth each $100.00 anm
(Students who have attended Clem
son college or any other college o:
university, are not eligible for th<
geholarships unless there are no oth
~er eligible applicants).
Scholarship and entrance examina
tions will be held at the county seat:
July 14, 9 a. m.
Next Sessions Opens Sept 18, 1911.
Write at once to W. M. Riggs, Pres
ident Clemson College, S. C., for cata
logue, scholarship blanks, etc. If yoi
delay, you may be crowded out.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By Frank M. Schumpert, Esquire, Pro
WHEREAS, Mrs. Minnie E. Broolk
made suit to me to grant her letter:
of administration of the estate of an<
effects of C. Atchison Brooks.
THESE ARE THEREFORE to citi
and admonish all and singular the
4tidred and creditors of the said C
Atchison Brooks, deceased, that the:
be and appear before me, in the (Jour
of Probate, to be held at Newberry
S. C., on the 8th day of July, nex
after publication thereof, at 11 o'clocJ
in the forenoon, to show cause, If an;
they have, why the said 'administra
tion should not be granted.
GIVEN under my hand, thIs 21st da:
of June, Anno Domini, 1911.
Frank M. Schumpert,
J. P. N.C.
years kn'~wn as Best. Safest. Always Relialli
Every Night at th
O'clock One Do
ing Lucky N
Hold your coupon a
back and compare it w
may be the winner.
We especially invite
week as the pictures ai
We show only classy p
i ronage, and they are a
instructive. Ask those
enjoy your evening in
Our pictures are aiw
tinct, and the machine
Come and try for th<
e . -wearnn
Ileips the 1
lH E FARMER
a certain figure
SIbefore it had almost
would it bring today?
t The farmer needed fi
stepped to his Bell Telephoi
with the buyer in a distant
reached the top figure, and I
The Universal Bell Sy
rural districts to keep in to
the necessity of leav ing horn
By the w
3 Astor Theatre at 9
liar to person hold
umber on Ticket.
nd the next night bring it
ith the number drawn. You
you to attend the Astor this
re to be particularly good.
ictures made for refined pat
[ways interesting and very
who see them. You will
this cool and cozy theatre.
ays extremely clear and dis
is still in the hands of our
i dollar every night at the
manufacturer of shoes knows
ie can play up any one feature
he cares to m producing a shoe
to sell. He can'make it stylish
or comfortable, or he can turn
out a shoe so heavy and stocky
it will never wear out. He also
knows that a nicely balanced
com1iination of these three
shoe virtues is about the
5hardest ,problem in shoe
ts reputatidn and its many friends
fine sense of proportion of style,
rt and durability, each to each.
tnever saw better style-a neater,
e~ shoe. Your foot never knew
r comfort than The Southern Girl
nil give. Once you've worn a pair
say you never got better value in
g quality. Look up our dealer in
own and let him show you the line.
armer to Sell
was worried over the market
was rising. When it reached
Ie proposed to sell. The day
reached his price. What
rst-hand information at once. He
ie. The Long Distance connection
city informed him that cotton had
te sold his crop at a handsome profit.
;tem enables the producer in remote
uch with market conditions without
sy, have you a Bell Telephone?
RN BELL TELEPHONE
LE.R APH COMPANY
Use Nothing But High
knshPii e oma
And Have Your Work Done
by Those Who Know How
H. B. WELLS
Telephone-Office, No. 345
1113 Friend St.
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON.
127th Year begins September 29.
Entrance examinations at all the
county seats on Friday, July 7, at 9
The college is well endowed, enab
ling it to maintain the highest stand
It offers complete 4-year courses in
Ancient and Modern Langctages,
Mathematics, History, Economics,
Science and Engineering.
Courses for B. A., B. S., and B. S.
degree wit21 Engfieering.
A free tuition scholarship to each
county of South Carolina. Vacant
Boyce scholarships, givng $100 a year
and free tuition, open to omrpetitive
examination in September.
Expenses reasonable. Terms and
catalogue on application. Write tc
Harrison Randolph. President, Char
leston, S. C.
- End of,
We slaughter the price
house. It is our aim
spring hat, come to tl
price sale of up-to-date
in Newberry,lall trimmi
etc., go at your price iit
a few of the great cut ]
Lot $5.00 and $6.00
hats to go at
Lot $3.50 and $4.00
hats to go at
Lot $2.50 and $3.00
hats to go at
Lot $2.00 trimme
Big lot fancy ribboi
to go at
Big lot fancy ribbont
to go at
Big lot Taffeta ribbo
to go at
All Childrens' Headwe
. DON'T FORGET THE
Mrs. Hair's N
NOTICE TO TAX DELINQUENTS.
Hon. Jno. L. Epps, county treasurer,
has placed in my hands executions
for the collection of delinquent taxes
for the year 1910.
The law Imposes upon me the duty
to ,1evy and collect this tax at once.
This is to notify all persons who have
not paid their taxes that they may
save cost by coming to me and paying
the same promptly. The number of
executions this year is large, and I
urge those who have not paid -to at
look and Job Pr
s of every hat in the
not to carry a single
is the cheapest cut
Millinery ever put on
ngs, Ribbons, Notions,
this sale. Here are
>rice bargains offered
I hats to
is worth 50c.
worth 35c. 1 c
n worth 15c.
ar to go at half price.
PLACE, COM1. TO
RY, S. C.
tend~to it at once.
K K Butord,
Sheriff Newberry County.
Sheriffs Office, May 25, 1911.
We, the undersigned, will gtve sa
first-class barbecue at the old J. A.
Cromer place Saturday, July 22; 1911.'
Thb public is invited to attend. Guan
anteed enjoyment for young people:
B. K Saber.
0. A. Felker.