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every Tuesday and Friday
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...,.............. 0......... 10R -c.
. . . ......... ......... 600.
........... . $1.00.
our..........* .. ........... $4.90.
inary Flotir..... $3. W4.50.
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. ... ...................... .8o.
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f, each................... 1M 25 .
or busiel........ ... 50.
I pOr buRhel................. 4 500.
per busbel........... Oc.
Sweet polatoes ................ c..
Turkeys, prn lb .pe. ...... .
Cotton seed meal. 16r sack.... 1.10
Hulls, per ewt...... ....2 25.
Fodder, per cwt ........... 7 1000.
wi% or lissionay to Speak.
Schools: . Wolling, a retqrned'mis
rovi Brazil, will arrive in
V: 4berry 'Thursday and will speak in
the Methodist church Thursday night
on Brazil. Everybody is invited.
In view of this lecture there will be
no prayer meeting Wednesday night.
Dr. Volgt's Lecture Postponed.
The lecture by Dr. Voigt that was
announced for Thursday night of this
week has been postponed to Thursday
night of next week, 22nd instant. T_hi
..is done in view of the fact pf<tDr.
Wolling, a returned mis a ry from
Brazil, will be in Newb .,y on Thurs
day and will speak I the Methodist
church that nigi Everybody is in
vited to go out Ind hear him.
oi Illustrated Lecture.
The iroposed illustrated lecture by
Dr. WV ers, of Washington, D. C., on
"'lEdinburgh, Old and New, and The
Land of Scott and Burns" in the Opera
House, Wednesday evening, the 14th,
promises to be a rare treat for a culti
vated audience. Dr. Rogers comes
with a splendid repetoir for oratory,
and with 100 beautiful views will afford
us a charming entertainment. The
programmes furnish a synopsia of the
lecture and may be had at Pelham's
This entertainment will be rendered
under the auspices of the Ladies' Mis
sionary Society of the Prepbyterian
church. The price of admission will
be only 50c. Children half price.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Totter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Plies, or no
pay required. It Is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
P rIce 25 cents per box. F~or sale by
Robertson & Gilder.
An Institute for Newberry.
Clemson College, S. C. March 30 '07.
The trustees of Clemson College at
. their recent meeting decided to contin
ue the work of holding farmers' insti
tutes. A rrz gements have already been
K made to ho institutes at the followv
ing places: ~tGeers, in April; at Fair
view,.r. le Co,May 1st; in Chier
ter 16;in Newberry Co.,
eswill be held without
Io.. ~ommunity. Members of
the college faculty, who are experts in
the various lines of agriculture, chem
istry, hort.iculture, dairying and veter'
inary science will be present.
Every county in the State has the
-right to at least one institute. In or
der that arrangements may be made to
cover as much gr'ound as possible with
the least expense to the College, par
tics wishing institutes in the commun
ity should address at an early date
E. B. CRAIGHEAD,
Pros. Clemson College, S. C.
Por Infants and.Children.
R/iT H KNOWING!
Thj bottle ofOu Ow
Ele~ Liniment will remove
.all' ains, aches and stiffness
That a bottle of Saluda
Cr'oup Oil will cure the most
obstinate case of croup, and
also prevent a threatened at-.
That oneO bottle of Robert
son's O ompound O ough Syrup
wvill give immediate relief to
Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis,
and all other diseases of the
lungs and throat.
The above medicines are
compounded of the purest
drugs and with the grQatest
care at Robertson & Gilder's
Ph armacy. t.&f. 1y
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
There was a large crowd in town
The slate roof is being put on the
Mr. 0. E. Summer is having his dw ell
ingon Main street enlarged.
The boneyard did fairly well yost ov
day, b0t, it is not the institution it once
Mr. . W. Scott, Ex'or., advertises
five a ares National Bank stock for
NeAvberry has no lack of public lect
ures.,5 About eight are booked for this
Mr. . F. Honoycutt, of Chester, was
on a v the past few days to Mr. J.
Ackwlder, his Newberry partner.
Summer Bros. have sold their down
town furniture store to Mr. J. H. West
who will continue business at the sain)
Mr. G. G. Sale and Prof. W. 1-1. Wal
lace have been appointed members of
the county board of examiners for New
The county supErvisor gives an imi
portant notice to those paupers who
are not in the Home but receive, aid
from the county.
Mr. Y. V. A. Riser, of the Theologi
cal Seminary, will preach for Rev. J.
D. Bowles at Bethlehem next Sunday,
April 11, 1897.
Mr. Leland Summer, son of Mr. J. H.
Summer, fell across some lunberat the
dwelling of Mr. C 1. Summer on Mon
day and was- painfully bruised on the
Mr. H., A. Smoak, who is working on
the LpIheran church, was married in
Colnbia on Sunday to Mrs. Jefford
and returned to Newberry yesterday
with his bride.
Until further notice, Hon. W. D. Har
dy, Master, will be in his oflice on Mon
day of each week. Persons having bus
iness with the Master will take notice
and give heed thereto.
See quarterly statement of the Comn
mercial Bank. The capital stock near
ly all paid in; the deposit account is
large and the general condition heal
thy and a good showing made.
Dr. W. M. Leftwick, of Nashville,
Tenn., will begin a two-weeks meeting
at the Methodist church on May 9th.
Dr. Leftwick is one of the ablest pulpit
divines in the Southern Methodist
We republish the statement of the
Savings Bank in this issue as there was
an error in the report published Fri
day. The report published today is cor
rect and takes a fine showing for the
The Master sold only one tract of
land Monday in the case of the Build
ing and Loan against F. Moon 190
acres to Mrs. Rebccea L. Paysinger
for $1,995. The lot in town advertised
Mr. Jno. Barrett at the Cotton Mill
made a fine job in repairing the break
in our press last week. Mr. Charlie
West and his assistants in the machine
shop at the Mill are first class wvork
Mr. Howard Neely, who has the con
tract for water works, is in Newberry
and will begin wvork instituting the sys
tem in a few days. Mr. Davis, the en
gineer, has also returned and will re
main in the city during the progress of
The sun came out beautifully on
Monday, but about twvo o'clock- the
clouds rolled up and it looked cyclonic
for awhile, but soon the rain poured
down in torrents and the clouds rolled
by. The ftrmers are very much be
hind with their work, but all this will
work out for good.
Mr. H. C. Bardin, of "The Newber
ry,-" gave a most delightful spread on
Friday night to the Commissioners of
Public Works, the board of Health,
the Mayor and a few invited guests.
The Herald andl News regrets its ab
sence. Bardin knows how to prepare
'em, and this wvas no exception.
Dr. Ben A. Daniels has returned from
Atlanta and wvill spiend a short time in
Newberry resting up before he locates
for the practice of his p)rofession.
Mr. Jne. F. Livingston, of the Sea
board Air Line, was In the city yester
Rev. S. T. Halhman, D. D)., Editor of
the Lutheran Visitor, was in the city
Mr. J. L. Glenn, of Chester, was in
the city yesterday.
Maj. L. W. C. Bialock was shaking
hands with friends In Newvberry yester
Dr. W. E. Bleicher spent Sunday at
home. He is traveling for a large drug
house of Charlotte, N. C.
At tho Episcopal Church.
Beginning with next Sunday divine
service may be expected regularly
hereafter at St. Luke's, by the Rev.
W. S. Holmes, of Laurenis, t,n each 2nd
and 4th Sunday, at 11 o'clock a. mn. and
5 p. mn.
6100 Iteward, 6100.
The reAder of this paper wvill be p1esedi to
learn that there is at lest, one dlrendeid dii
sesso that science h as been a ble to cur" in al
19 Stfiges, and that, is cafarrh. .linit's Ca.
tar Bueis only positive cure known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con
stitutional disense, requires a const itutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is takout in
ternally, acting directly on the blood and
mucoum surfaces of the system,theroby do.
stroingthefoundation of the disease, and
giving he natient strein gth by b'uildi ng up
the constitunlon and assisting nature in doing
its work. The proprietora have so mu ich
faith in its eurat iro powers that thtey ofrer
One Hundred Dollars for any caso that it
fails to cnre. Hen d for list of testimonials
Addres U' J. ENJCY & CO., Toledo, 0.
ClaImns Pald--alupers Must (no to County
Homie-0ther iaitma of lutertat.
The regplar meeting of the County
Cominissionors was hold on Monday.
All the members of the Board were
present except Col. D. A. Dickert from
1t was decided to grant no more aid
to paupers Who1 are outside of the
County Home. All who want aid from
the county will have to become mates
of the Home. This resolution goes into
effect tlW first of May. It was decided
to allow $1.75 per month for the board
of each Inmate of the 1-ome-that is
for the purchaso of the necessary pro
It Wits decided to Open a public high
way in No. 9. 'eginning at the Hendrix
old mill and running into the Rocky
Supervisor Schumpert, was author
ized to confer with the Supervisor of
Saluda County looking to the establish
ment of free forries across the Saluda
The bridge across Duncan's Creek
near Whitmire was not let by tile Su
pervisor on 2nd inst. as advertised, as he
thought the board might decide to build
a steel bridge, but it was determined to
put up a wooden bridge and the con
tract will be let very soon.
W. B. Oxner was given contract to
furnish lumber ill three townships It
$1.10 per hundred; L. C. Singley in
Nos. 5 and ( at $1.00; S. J. Kohn in
No. 2 at $1.25.
J. C. Chalmers was allowed $25.00
for damage to horse from defective
The board adjourned to meet the'
first Monday in July.
On Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at
the home of the bride in Chester, S. C.,
Mr. M. E. Wickliife, our ofilcient and
obliging telegraph operator, was united
in the holy bonds of matriiony to
Miss Irene Fennell, the Rev. Mr. Gricr
Mr. and. Mrs. Wickliffe returned to
Newberry yesterday and are boarding
at Mrs. Mattie Glenn's.
Tile Herald and News extends con
gratulations and best wisies and gives
Mrs. Wickliffe a cordial welcome to
i ighltonedI Entertaliument.
)on't overlook tile famous "Ben
Hur" recital to be given next Tuesday
evening, April 13th, in the Opera
House. One hundred and thirty mag
niicent 'views or pictures will be
thrown uponl tile screen, producing a
realism not possible to obtain by the
simple reading the book, however
thrilling and descriptive. Thisrecital
by Rev. Dr. Rogers, of Washington, is
pronounced one of the most instructive
delivered from the lecture platform.
Of course the sterooptieon ehllances
the interest of the listener and thus the
beautiful story is enforced through eye
gate as well as car--gate.
Read tile p)rogrammes and( study tile
synopsis befor-e attendinug the lecture.
From tihe Wise Men to tile Crucifixion,
the Story, eloquently reci ted, entranc
es tile vision, elevates tihe mnind and
subldues the heart.
Price of admission only 50c. Gal.
lelry Seats 25c. Check oif seats at
Schloltz's Jeweli-y Stor-e.
Meeting of theo JameLs 1). Nanco Camp.
The JFames D. Nance Camp No. 336
U. C. V. met ill the Court House at
12 ml., A pril 5, 1897.
Tile Camlp was called to order by
Commander J1. WV. Gary. Tile minlutes
of last meeting wverceread and sustained.
Mr. M. M. Barlris was unlainmously re
ceived as ia mfembeOr of the Camp.
Tile commlittee to r'epor1t 01n deaIth of
ComrIade B. H-. Lov'elace asked for
more time, and1( on mlotionl it was grant
cd until nlext meeting of C'amp.
Tile Camlp learning of tile death of
Comrades S. P. atnd Henry Baird, tile
folliowing committees were aplpoinltcd
to diraft suitable risolutionls 0on theCir
death, viz: M. A. Carlisle, G. S. No
ld and M. J1. Scott oin the former and
Caps. John 1F. Banks, D). A. R&'tf and
M. HI. iluzhardt onl the latter.
On mnotionl all commnittees appointed
at former meetings aind whol have failed
to malike report, were requested to make
their replort at tile ncext meeting, anld
tile adjutatit was to so notify themlf.
On mlotionl the (Camp weint inIto an
election for delegates and alt,ernates to
attendl tihe 7th ainna reuniionl at Nashl
ville on the 22nd, 23d and 24thl of June
with tile following r-sult: R. C. Car
lisle, .T. W. Gary, C. F. Boyd, J. Cal
Noel, M. J. Scott, D). A. Ruff, .J. M.
T1aylor, L. M. Speer-s, Rev. M. P. Mc
Clintoc.k, G. S. Noland, 0. L,. Schlum
poert, Jno. F. Banks, ,Jno. F. Living
stone, N. H1. Young, J. C. S. rown,
M. M. Buford, HI. C. Wilsoin, M. H.
1ulzhlardt., J. IL Ruff, WV. Y. Fair, M.
Th'lere being nIo furthler binesi10s on1
mlotionl tile Camp adljoulrned to mneet 1st
Monday in May. ,J. WV. GAny,
C. F. BOYD, Comnmander-.
somelth,ing to Know.
It may be worth something to know
that the very best mnedicine for restor
ing the tiredl ont nervous system to a
helilthly vigor ia Electric Bitters. Tii
medicine is purely vegetable,'acts by
giving tonle to the nerve cenltres in the
stomach, gently '-timluiates the Liver
anld Kidneys,R and( a1(1s these organls In
throwing off Impurities in thle blood.
Electric Bitters improves tile appetite,
aids digestion, and( is pronounced by
thlose wilo have triedl It as thle very best
blood p urifler and nerve tonic. Try It.
Sold for 50c or $1.00 per bottle at
Robertson & Glne~ rugSre..
"Woodmen of the World"
To be organized here Thursday ovon
aig at 8 o'clock. The strongest frater
nal insurance order, 52 lodges in South
Carolina alone. One hundred dollar
mouniont placed to every deceased
member's grave extra of the policy.
TH K COST OF VOODR AFT.
Tho average expense of the Wood
men of the World on the maxiumn of In
surance givon has boon according to
ago as follows, not per thousand, but in
sum total, including local duos:
$3,000 Insurance undor age of 21 ...$12.40
46 29... 13.60
6 33... 14.20
of 16 1 37... 15.00
41" 40... 17.00
44 *~ 44... 19.60
$2.000 Of i " 45... 16.50
6 4 40... 17.70
" 6 50... 23.70
$1.000 " " " 51... 14.40
it It at 6" 52... 16.00
If a husband and father cannot pay
this sum in monthly installments, what
burden of woo must rest upon that
family when by his death It becomes
widowl and orphaned!
Meeting Pension Board.
Section 951 Revised Statutes ham boon
amended so as to read as follows:
"Section 951. That on some conven
lent day to be fixed by the County Pen
.Aon Board prior to May, 1897, and -pri
or to August of each succeeding year,
the surviving soldiers and sailors who
were in the servic2 of the Confederata
States, or of t.his State, In the lato war
between the States, residing In the sev
eral townsliIps of the Counties of this
State, shall meet at such place to be
designated by the County Ponsion
Board in their several townships as may
be most convenient, and after organiz
ing and electing a Chairman and See
retary, shall elect, by a majority vote,
three of their members or reputable
citizens, who are not applicants for pon
slons, to constitute and be known as the
Township Eixamining Board of Pen
sions. That the said Township Boards
shall elect one of their members Chair
man. It shall be the duty of the Chair
man of the several Townshi) Boards
to meet at their respective County seats
within ten days thereafter and organ
ize by electing from among their n
ber a Chairman and Secretary, and
when so organized shall elect, by a ma
jority vote, four- of their members and
a regular practicing physician, who
shall constitute and be known as the
County Examining Board of Pensions.
The said County Examing Board shall
meet on stlesday in May, 1897, and on
salesday in August of each succeeding
year: Provided, however, That in those
townships where such survivors fall or
refuse to comply with the provisions of
this Act the State Board of Pensions
shall appoint throe ex-Confederate eol
dicrs or sailors, who shall be non-appli
f,ants for- pensions,. when available,
and when not, to appoint three reputa
ble citizens of said township as mem
bers (f said Township Boards, who shall
hear all applications."
The old soldiers and sailors of each
township in Newborry County are here
by called to meet on Saturday, 10th day
of April, at 3 p. mn In their respeGctive
townships at the following places:
No. 1-Newberry C. H..
No. 3.-Mt. Pleasant.
No. 4-M t. Tabor.
No. 6-Longshore's Store.
No. 10-Jolly Street..
No. 11-Wicker Camp Ground.
The Towvnship Boards sh all elect one
of their nmnber' Chairman and the said
chairmen are hereby called to meet at
Newberry in the court house on Satur
day, April 17, at 12 mn.
The~ township) boards will call on the
County Auditor for blanks and Instruc
By order of Pension Board.
C. F. BOYD,
The iscovery Saved Ils Li fe.
Mr. 0. Caliouette, Druggist, Beavers
vylle, Ill., says: "To Dr. King's New
Discovery I Owe my life. Was taken
with La Grippe and tried all the phy
sicians for milles about, but of no as .1,
amnd was given up andi told f could not
live. Having Dr. King's New Discov
ery in my store I sent for a bottle and
began its use and from the first dose be
gan to get, better, and after using three
bottles was up and about again. It is
worth its weight in gold. We wont
keep store or house wi thou tit." Get a
tree trial at Robertson & Gilder's Drug
Is all Harris' Lithia Water will
cost you this year-tho same casesB
and same water that you formerly
p)aid $2.40 for.
Water in 5-gallon demijohins
at 20c. per gallon.
Now is the time to commence
using this famous water.
For further pat ticulars call on
f&t. 1y. S. B. JONES, Agt.
We are ready to sell you at
very low prices Buist's Prize
Medal Garden Seeds. So don't
forget, when you are pr1epared
to start your garden, to call
at Robertson & Gilder's Drug
Store and buy your seedl.
Celebrated for its great Ieavening
strength and healthfulness. Assurek
the food agninst alum and all fornis of
adulteration comnon to thu cheap
ROYAL BAKING POWDER cO.,NEW YORC
Johnstone Acatiemy 11rieflots.
Miss Nanile Livingston who has been
visiting her sister, Mt's. L. Q. F'llers,
returned homo to-day, Saturday. M iss
Nannie is always welcome in thm John
stono Acakdemy community. Sho taught
our school as assistantit a few years ag ).
We havo never had hir superior as a
A mad (log went into Mr. L. Q. lFel
lers' yard Ttuesday and broke the wing
of One of Iis (uCks. MIs. F1ellers tried
her hand with a double bat'rel shot gun
as he went out of the yat. lvery lady
ought to know how to use a Smlith &
Mr. Bob Seymout' who farms for Mr.
L. Q. Fellers came ioea being rin over
by the down )assengCr train onl Ties
day as he was going to work. Ile is
deaf, aid will be more careful in the
Mr. Graham of Pomiiaiia hits been
through our section selling fruit trees.
Judging from his smiles he is selling a
Newberry County boasts of one of the
beet sheriffs int South Carolina. If you
don't believe it call ot hitm and see for
Tho weat,her bureau misses it mone
times, but you had better watch it, and
cover your early beatis before -laster.
I have one dozetn of tho weather cards
which I will deliver to those, who asked
m1e for them. I could niot. get, as many
as I want,ed, hut, will get more inl a
Mt's. Ray and Mrs. Plettigrew spent
Saturday night at Mr. L'. Q. Fellers'.
They are always welcome in the homes
of their patirOnls.
Our school closes about the first of
May, and t011, Mr. l."ditor, you miay
oxpect ai ittvitation to como down and
write up one of the best, exhibitions
you ever witnessed.
We will not bother Chips ott dispe
sary this week, nor 'Cc Hiaw onl the
working of the weatberi buroau.
Many thanks, Mr. I'Editor, for that
picturo. C. P. J.
April 3, 1897.
Jlolly Street Dotts.
Rtain! Ratint!! WVe are having plent,y
of It here now. It dlidnt't stay'fair' very
Mr'. G. A. Kinat'd has corn'ut an) td it,
ia Iooking fine. Mr. Kinard is a very
Mrsi'. Margaret Kinar'd of Pomnariai
is visiting hot' daughter, Mi's, G. A.
Livingston, at thiis p)1ace.
Mr. George Livingstont of Saluda was
visiting at t,hIs p)lace last Suniday, but
Iit happened that lie Spenit it with hit
Mr. Editor, I anm ver'y sorry I wasnt't
with te boys wthten they enjoyed that
dinner' y'ou gave t,hem, for I toil you
they must ihave enjoyed it from the
wvay they talk. B3ut probably I will
come in on the next round.
Oh, youri Chips get there. I am al-.
ways5 glad to read those columns of
yours'. Let, us hoar from you oft,tn.
Easter will soon be here. Look out
boys and gir'ls and get your eggsrteadly.
'lTere will be comnmuiott meeti ng at
St. Paul's Lutheran chutt'ch Ott Easter
Sunday. 11o1) we will have a good1
WNo had a vet'y hard wind last Suit
day night. Th'ie writer' thtougiht tat
there was going to be a stormt, b,ut it all
p)assedl off quiet,ly.
If you have any cortn to grind bring
it here at this place, for Mr'. .J. W.,
Werts can certaittly maka good mteal
for y'ou. lHe ginids eccry l"riday.
Well, Mr. Editor, hioping tht, you
have your new press biy t,his time I will
A pril 5, 1897,
Fred Emaerson IBroo(ks
Will lecture in Newberry neoxt
Thursday :gh t,, 15th, untder' auispices
Newbcrr'y Lecture Course. Seats otn
sale at Scholt'ts jewelry store. P'riest
75, 50 and 25 cenits.
Mr. Brooks 15 aL genius, and( not only3
a geniuts, he Is a snecess, so writes one
who kntows and has heardl him.i Yeu
should not mtiss t,his lecture.
March 18, 1897, by R~ev. D). Tfiller at
the residence of M r. .J.S. ]Bcikley Mr.
J. A. Foy to Miss Ahna Ilickley.
Mari . cl t the homei of the bride's
father, . t. Thomas Aniders~on, by3
1Rev. A. C. K(irkpat.rick, Mr'. T. 1)
Ruff and1 Miss Ciardie 11. Anderson, all
of F'ait'field C2ounuty, S. (2.
Died, April 2nd(, P.' a. Alice Todd,
wife of Mr. J. IH. Todd. aged 36 years.
You would bo surprised to seo how
muchol mioro anlxiouls the suibscer(A,
to get the twice a week News. -
.i)ho farmers are makinig 1ino head
way wit.h their ploughinlg. If the weath
er coltihues fair a fow days longer tho
guano will all be put ill. There is about
$5,000w worth of guano used in Silver
Street ieighborlood and Saluda just
acro8s the Wive. We have had 26 cars
of guano at this place.
The ha!ltth of the neighborhood Is
good. Mrs. Schumprt,, of Chappells,
is visi,inlg Aunt Sallie Davelnport..
The silky pkv lenl have been
around but. did not have the luck that
the Kahill metn had, so there will be
moro -15 dol-ar sulkys Sold for three and
('orn plailting hits beginl. larirmers
Pitt inl t big crop.
Young J im Kiig and Iliglow called
oil the Dead Fall girls Sittirdity and
syolial Not I c.
If good shlav for oly Joe.
just go to J1. 1H. 1tir'S T01nSOVilla.
Ior. All the latest, styeS inl hiril' dress
inig. The Iirlst anid only wil ite barber
inl town. Mitin street nlear. Depot.
f&t. -it. 1,
Usually rich in values follows
our annual st-ock-taking,just,
conclu1ded, an(d is an event
looked forwar1d to with
by thousands who know from
experience its possibilities to
theill, 1or' at no other tiime can
they garner so desirable and
satisfying mcheandise at
8o LiTTLE OUTLAY Ol'
11111dreds of bargains stl -
ish, useful and pretty are her".
Tap ourstock when you will its
Rich in Value to the Purchaser.
Hole proprietor of
r&j ly T1H BleE ne IVE Ov HA l'(A INS.
AGENT FOR THE
SUITS TO ORDER ON
OF THE UNEl
Assets . . . .
Reserve Fund 1
(4 per cent. Stanidardl)
and all other
- Liabilities . . . J
Surplus, 'I per cent,
The Socioety has paid $25:3,950,351
nlOW hold(s $2 I6,773,947 of Assof s
makinlg at total of $1 7( ,730~ ,298. Ti
than 38 yours from its organiziat-ioni,i
other cormany hats pafidl and1 accumnul
of its history. The M"Iniut abl)1 writes
want--Tohntino, Annrual Distribution,
T1ormn, auny othoer forms of p)olicies.
Camll and1( soo meO beforo aisuring yol
1 thinik that I can prove to any one
pan1i thle cheapost051 and1 safrst.
W. L. Douglas $3 Shoe.
Stylish, durable. perfect fitting.
Endorsed by over x,ooo.ooo wearers.
W. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00
Shoes are the productions of silled
workmen, from the best material
sible at these prices. Also $2.50 ariA
Shoes for Men, $2.50, $2 and $1.75 Boys
We u aoonly the beat al, itussht Calf, French
Patesit Calf, Frmich Eniamel, Viet Kid, ate.,
grntled to correspond with prioes ofthe shoes.
if taier caimut aupoly you, write
catalo free, W. L. DOUGLAS,Breckton, Mus,
_ . M. JAMIESON.
Now is tlie TIMB
Nice Wedding Presents.
Come and examine them.
Jewelor and Optician.
Notice of Final Settlement
Ni mc;E IS HERElY GIVEN
N-111t f will inalie it 11nal settle
lieit i tho Probate Court, for Now
herry County on the estate of usanah
C. I)errick, deceased, on Tuesday, the
13th day of A >rIl, 1897, at 11 o'clock
a. M., and wili I1immediately thereafter
apply for letter dismissory asexecutor
of the said eHtute.
All periiontt holdinig claims agaillat
Hild estate will render tien duly at.
tested; and all persons Indebted to said
estate will make payment to the under
signed o1 n)' oefore said date.
0re11 1. H.ARRI8, Exeottor.
1%arch 13th 1W.t. 4 t.
BEST ANI) PlRST,
THE BEST IS THE cHEAPE8T.
The place to get the
best of everything is at
T. Q. Boozer's
Wh.ero the host of meals can be
had at reasonable priCes.
Opent overy dlay and( night.
Give me a call.
1 1, 1897.
. . $216,773,947
. . 173,496,768
. . . $43,277,179
ice . . $915,102,070
to its policy.holders, and1 m addition
(of which $13,277,179 is Surplus),
a record coverimg a poriod of loss
s over $2 12,793,000 more than any
aited withIiin the corresponding periodl
any form of policy the assured may
I'ndowment, Guaranteed Cash Value,
ir lives elsewhere.
that a policy in an Old Line Comn
JR KIBLER. Ageant