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E. M. AULL, EIroR.
ONE WORD MORIE
Ono of the commissioners of publi
works Iells us they have not,hing to II
with the citt,ing of tio trees. Tht,
mlember's of 1,.hv towit vouilell Il1
t.hey have nIut.hing to do with it. Th'
all say thut Ito Ilore Itre to be ctit 01
the residonco portion. When the elev
tric people caie lhere .he ino of th
wires had not ben lovntf.d. The en
gineer in chatge took at map of th
toWn1 id doWII in) his ollice loc!tt-4
tho wvire wit.hoit, regard,4 to th II,Ites 0
a ly othe-rvolshierat'lln -evi-pt to mak"tIc
the wilrt by theit Shor-lost vollt, ati to) b1
ptv up with1 the h11S ' l-milrlihh. 'l Ii
all-ightl if thlevo wore Im f her vonlsidt,
it'e 1Ca mlhi l st.l-votl . T'here is not1
Inlore heaititifuil st'revu, ill thev ity aItiq
hlade ( So (IaI %' by 1 he a en tif l shilkidi
t'eq-4 ot i.il I l he polvs ai voe ahl40'
beenl puit 110 it. ade 1a1 'iy thle C
atre plated gial to auil llete ti-S towI]
lave t.o e tefdoWn tree h)ut o oa 1
ren th coul d ha soliv hiiltvi. h
avoidedl by brl-Ilp-in0 ing the lint. il't a 4id
street. mid takig ai littC. mmoe ilmI,
and rouboflte andI I fCe It iot- (I
wioe. Are the ple p oln 'a0holi
street going to qiuiet).y, submitiit to halV
ing those beautiful trees cut down or. sil
Chopped to pieces ats to rui thie stre
When it could be so eatsily aivoidled. on,
uldema antd onie coml,s i sioe ilive 1Il
ther.e. Right hieve onl Clild well strve
inl front1 of thle res..'idenice of DIr. .1. Rt
Thompson the waty thei polt!s are( pIII(
ed the larige treetI will have 0> be elt
tO Pieces inl order, to get the wires inl.
The coinmmissijonler,s saty they hatve I,(
authorit,y and the mImIbe's or Unei
say they have none. The elect vie lig Ii
people Claim to be working iuder t1
0har1ge and divectioi of Ilhe engin.Iel
in charge Ind have run1 the wires itm
placed t.ho poles nIevorldinig. to his die'
tionls. Then ha imu.' hu vespoiisibit
and we suppostt ho is 1bov . vhoilei
and the commlIlissiolrt-Is. lIe is I1-(i
for only it shiort t.itme 11nId it is not. to li
SuIppOsqed t.haIt, ht, Jias anIy spieial itl1t'r
est, in the town or itssiltd tre'ves. 'I'lhI
locaiting of the wires anIld C -it's, wo un.
det-st,and, wit dole inl tile olliee with.
out kiiowing wheri,e tho tl.e,C,s were. Il I
Ihe engineer in elltige is it.' respolsi
ble party then wt. aIppel to) hilm
to stive the tre(.s ad Change hi
polek so its to do it. This will hlve to
be done t.his week 0)r tie t-t., will be
down. It. will he (oi lite to Ilmnke I
row Iftel oill tites ate C et 10 jI ievos.
Weo are told thalt, the way inl whic-h
the poles ire lot'ed ill ft it, (i f .Nl,.
Boyd 14pting's tll Youlnig tI'es just
p4lan1ted otit, them. will hit%,(, 1) vomeit
Ani several of thosi t,t'ees oil 1oi1lid
LIrY st-eet, tloni by Dr (.ibdor's will
Illso olm 111utdel lIt' vxntItiol's Aixv,
It Seeli to Is i-Il is It 11111.er h.111c
townI ('oucil IC'oCldi regn lit te. \V e suip
posed the co nn issiolners of pbliliv
works liad 41mp1lothe ng II iner ai. I
that hC wats subhjCet to t hliri ComCers :I ii
We know~ tis town t'anI ih' Iighted
electiiian buut w~ kno ithhI , noichti.
Wet kntow t.here'C is aun hI nilime atgainlis
tached hwo Its violaCtin. \Ve krowee ii
ill b t oo bit' e tolil k abh u t't ~itl at
the trees are ut.Ct \\i'. hasi Cie beCen inb.
people whoe. I put.5llint'iiup~ t ph.ts
about1 (leulehl~11( 'utiing te tres o alIo'
d.etee s lth r .tt'C.I. o n
uWe knel tht it mbd wohot'11 hattsi
benoul t in Saithoityi(k siyt s to i
thal lu 'R1Xti iItt thbeuyad omt' ofitim.
thwn ieso tmre it.. eprpet
W~e fielOht fidgait u t he'n atl of1
vandalis toe u~t dtwn trees w~end they
could tey saved blo sildy \tio uslto
boy wgoet t thtIroC n itt.henit s(0it?w
and'se t.ii hait to iecesttttl i lstim3e
13'a iiite tes t tell itO 3 Olteiai
ItOne.1 Wet wati t'lhet tres sanyd tes
bodytu whohathe utority eeII11 tid
(1113 0one who does, whuether' ('onui i
sionetr, enigineer', elec'trie light people0
0or private eit.izent, is iln violation ot
Mince writinlg the ablovep and1 puitt.inhg
it 1in ty'pe weC have 1)een assuried by the
commtissioner's thait no( trees on the Ites
idenlce streets.11are to bie t'ut, hut ats tile
above is simply a prlotest aga inst cult
tinig the tr'ees andi ai plea to saive t,hem11
we will lot it, go. it, will 1)0 too) late to
protest aifter' the( trees are( dotwni andl in1
.behalf of theC lpeople who love a pretty
towni and vluelC ourii beautt,iful Ishiade
trees3h we haive begged thaitt b11oy be
spar'ed. Our' dut.y has been d ischiarged
antd we leave the subject by begging
that the beauty of our)1 stieets be not
mahrr'ed by cutting down or' even muti
lating thle trees1 WE) have beet) planting
atnd carinig tor' antd proteeting aill u.,hese
years. Anid what we hatve said is as a
friend anId lad!vocate of elee lrie ligh ts.
On tihe 5lth of July the camnpaigni is
to open) for' the United States Senate.
T1he entries so far annltoiunbed are' J. 1,.
McLauirin, S. G. Mayileld and ]E S.
- Keitt., with possibly Jno. GI. Nyans aind
- M. L,. D)onaldson.
The chances of success fr'omi t.he '
above list are dcidedly' in favoil of Ne
Laur in. It will nIot be neicessartly forl ab
ONE OrF TUE HESULT'.
Tho Poiatnnhig Times speaks truly Iin
"The Unioi 'Titnes,' in its write-up
of the reent Press trip. Sleus to
think it woiderfiul for A ppeft and N. G.
Gonzales 'iIig photographed sido by
skie, it position the-y haivme tnever hold itn
South 1 Carolita.' 11r-othIer, No hainv.
Ievet- hal itn1y object,ion to iling IhItl
t4)grII-apim 1)3' tiltt o1fm1143 af gooId lI hookihg
Sman aild otle of the11. gratnd I.ulits of
l. hllepet,.1tingi of lthe 11es-i Ass.
viationl was thet mleet.it of stioh mienl za
(io G ales a IId Ap11lt,. the opportun1it-y
of lookin-.' into each Iothers' faces. talk
Ing anld exelatging viewst, 1nderstatnid
ing one anothetr; we pr-diet that it will
mark nlt ooih ini joiiurllist in Sout,h
Carolitiat, whivih tle peoplo as well iats
ivhe 1'res will look hack to with at
Sour110t of Illeasure.t. We have. had miur
'itps at d it I own ts' wi t. t.heI ed it orm
tirouglihlout I it, State anld in st-voral inl
slities at consi It'table atioilit of pet'
S01tal fling was injeted, ilt thlose
are days of tl.e past., anttd as fai as we
te'' 00COItcnd, wo nt. 'ish (to see at
retin- of that kill of jorintt1talil. We
-are orfetly wllin 1to iilss menti
at1nd titastie's stri0t.ly ol m'rit. and not
pwrinlil. anly persorait, ies to) be inijkectod
inl anty yor oil. writin)s. We 11h1 hLaveJ it
littl. ditorial 'llair-pltlling' wit. Gi on
zth-s. ht, wt. ire(, sat-islit'd tlere wits I
intistllltrstailiig of otelh others' mo
,ives, ald wI ate gind we saw so 1mut11h
olf that di lish'd rIiteidtll vaie
inl PtIrS11nal conamot, with hlim. lIe is
not t1hu hydr-a-livail-d nmlstor soille
mditors wmtil iitt him, hIt it most
a' reab ntlemant aild e who, 1iktt
wine1C, I impro1iive*s With age. Heo is a
feark4ss \vrito, Imt at faitr onet-. No ono
- has ever clargtet hIim with hitting be
low thle belt."
Tle c1oming togt.etr of the editors
ti i.tialial Ilmeetings does Imore gooI
in the het ter fellowship which is tilti
t vated tlan in anlything else. We come
to kIoWU eaIch ot.her betterl and to Alp
- preciate each o:h betr Inore. There is
tll seise or. reasonl ill 0tur qtulI-relig
am.11on0g ourt'1'selves. We should w<>rk to
gether and look out, to solie extent, lit
10'a1st for' olurSetvIe.
'd itor I)e( 'aIt i, of tie (atine Ledg
vi , spa pla pi facts inl thie following:
Th twenity-third atullll l iteeting of
tle State I'vess Association will go
dowi inl the Ihistory of tho Association
ats onte o the most, successful ever held.
Thell brethreti met0 and mlinledoi and(
thwii left with at better understanding
atjI( at hi,iher- apprIe(iattIonl of pfeah
otler. In their disenssions io hitter
liess was engendlered, anid Rteformer
and Ant,i-tefoinei and Neutral were
W'] ()n onle columloln plat,form11. We are
ploil of the Asksoviat,ion. lay it platy
nit small pau-t, inl brinlging abot, a I feel
inil if fmllowship that. will tend to make
its all atkin.
'Th ilg'lild people alre -IlatuoI-inIg
for iheit resi,nat,ionts of seniator .-IM
("ainles anId Rlepresenitative W. 1I. Yel
dll. wilo now resid) Ih Greenwood
( 'm1ty. It is tnot bte'autse antll.y iM.dge
th'bl m'n wat, their placeii but, they
dtI liek to haIve t,irlel' tel''Ito'y taik
I'n frot thetn Iand thoi' olles too. We
agree0 wit.h the EAgelleld people. They
shoilil have the ofives am Messrs.
inIiiles atd eldell shiolid resigtn.
n'l' voitr of imitirv in he m'ol loge
a:aini otn 'ITum'ay aimi t.00k tmor'e losti
numytl. \\i''e li tnot beinlim've that, any-~
been'i avomided'i andim lik' tall sutchl liotubles
mitt appemasto us tia alIm jlIll pattie' liii
ttitt'ed mit 'it'o' h iii' lind mone''bouit aisi
tianch iav i at.her.nae ''sani 'at h
I'Ti Ihi mStat' m'.ettiv Co h'm'mint.) mti'
on tt T tly ayd ''eidebnt.hie pi
tnu'y, 1 f ttoneitm' , thir iit eeltion of atl
'lied'ma IampIgn emeeitin is text.
Ioty. \'te hope le anigt.s wil
tiodify it.h'atl 11nigt themsle n ntoi.e
ofnk he dlon ai. Tee isit no. 'e
tO)is(i' easily avodedo,an t cedito."ai aturdy
ITher iSsil aii biglt Iemnhs COtmtttet.''
Itao istrite b ut, al w e migh ttt leay
abut mtait cul e-nadd nthing tol the force
ofet te quott ii the repetit: "Ai1
d'ebt ' t i Ior eaiot,th aviedat'hn) a red
M.I t'yis aids blat is consdd v nte
U ed tate-Senatreywl isl
etthe IP3 cont.s ohe iseinnoaotbAnd
to defeat any one or' evenO1 to elect himt
self. Hie hats been very quiiet since his
romt.ireitmet antd shou)lld be let alone 11nd1
not. suspimeted of tall these evil thtings
unless t.here' weret' fountdation totr the
r'umot'. Hie is a shrmewd polit,ieiat atnd
we suispet'i some of thte interemst.ed otnes
arae a little afraid lhe will take it hand.
TPhe old '"Vets" are having a big
tine in Nashv'ille this week.
Atlanta bus been chosen as the next
place for' the reuniot'.
Gen. Juno. h. Gor'don wvas 'eelected
commltlanderi-inl-ch lef amtid much enthus
Caol. Ellison S. .Keitt, of ICnor'ee 1lani
tattion, Newberrty Count,y, anrtnotunces
h1e fact that he wvill he In the race for'
the Unt,ted States Senate. He wvill
help to amake a lively ciapaign durtitng
the hot months ahead of ius.
The proceed mngs of the State Execu
tive Comiattee aind thec campaignt apl
p)ois~ muents atre pt'inted on the first
page. We will so<ma kntow who 1s Itt
The opening ball ati aftris Springs
'1'itesday WRa a Hignal sucmese a ad laoge!
ly atteIdell. It. was Ou purposo to be
present but ci oupistanoes over which
we had nv cutitrol' kept, us at home.
The hotel has beoa romodoled and ulee
trie lights and electric fans and the
health giving waters from tho springs
maket it. very desiriaii plavo for visi
tors amd hoalth seeker-s. Tho rates
ae1 rea11stnabl' and the woter oxetl
WN'e, pint Senator Tiluaa' spmleei
On t,ile tarit. We have now givel itt
letigill the views of both our Senators.
Itemo From Long Lane.
S'veral wevks ago mllr vol' mil-1tity
was visited b. a fearful rain storm.
wilhh til anageri tll' erops terribly.
tith v ol ws itS h'ateln iowit and over
runl with) Suld atti watol, anld ont thle
bralitli hottois t.he I'orn-1 wa4 also Alaim
avld. In many places tihe land was
washed off. NIr. W. F. Brown lostI a
great deal of hiis corn1, and had to plant,
it. over. A nd last, but not least, Nita
had fi fty ChiOcens d rowneIld. It Is not a
lit.le ti ig for a t-ont,ry louse-wife to(
lost her erop if s1in mier4 4lieken-1s, hut.
when we read of time ff-ar-ful Ihail StormIl
whili oveilnered at some places, we dI
Nivs. I-'liza Brown was callt-d to see
ler' daughter, Mrs. .James i Long, of
Fairiold, a few days ago. We hope
Nirs. Long will be speedily restored to
Niss Alma Duckett, of Newberry, is
spending a month or more at M r Mack
Gilliain's, in order to rest up and gain
st,rength. There is uvothing like good
country air, water and food, and I feel
that we can safely promise that she
will be benefited.
Miss Lilla Baker, who has beei at
tending school at Dui West, has re
turned home. Her many friends are
glad to have her back and looking so
well. We feel that she ha1-s had a sue
Cessful year, as Lillia is a good stu
Quite a number of persoInI attended
the services at King Creek on last Sab
bath. Rev. J. 13. Hood gave us a very
iltcrestiig sermon fromt the text,
"'Come unto me all ye that labor and
are heavy laden, and I will give you
rest." After services it was announced
that, Rev. W. W. Orr, the evangelist of
tile A. R. P. church, would hold a
meeting of some length, embracing the
first or second Sabbath of August.
Many persons of tile county have heard
Rev. Orr, and others will (10 well to
hear him. All are Urged to come and
attend these meetings. Members of
the congregatOn1 will meet at the
church Oil Priday afternoon next to
practice singing for this occasion.
This will be the first of a series of
singings, anI it is hoped that all Who
('11an Will ItteId.
'a r. E"rnesti Glymph. oi Clymphville,
a fruit agent, passed through the com
minitY lately and spent a night at, Mr.
WA. F. Brown's.
We must agree with the editor In
t.h inking t.hat. Gee WVatts lost his head
ande t.he3reby eaused thle r'ow at the
Soutih Catrolinla C'ollege,
Mr. Benl Hooz'er, Of the Smnyrna
neigh"lbo'hlood , has been1 arounde( photo-0
gr'aphiing peopile and1( thielir homes. Sor
ry he dlid not, get to see thlat girl, lie
should comle this way again, as soe
one decided to have hIs home taken
and tried to recall him.
I'mn glad ('hips Is ar'raniging als Ice
creaml aind wate'rmelon test ival. I will
t.ry3 anlend m011 Iy pre'sence, and wish to
help in any way thlat I cant. I certainly
Il.hik it, wvould he nlice to have It in t.he
count.rIy. Mlost. "'town folks"' like t,o
sllenmd a day ini 1.he0 QOunt.ry. I hope
(our1 editor and1( his family are not ex
eepltions t.o t.h is rulec. I 'ml anix Ious to
meet, Mr's. Chips and Mrs. Kay and to
see Mr's. AutlI again wilen silo is not so
busy, and Mr's. Evans, don't, let's forget
her1; 1l'd1 like to heal' heri mer'ry laugh
again. And I mest request that my
better half be allowed at this meeting,
so that Josh Trump'will be convinced
that, Um niiot a widow, anld there's litt,le
pr'ospect of my over being.
WVell, Fairy Bello, I mullst ansawer'
you. Neither Chips nor1 I meant to
say anything about the usefulness of
the moder'n girl; did we Chips? ThIe
p)overty of OUr Soulthlanld demands
that womenI be mnuch more useful than
befor'e the war, but do nlot let this
usefulness make Ours gir'ls manly. Re- I
memlber' at all times that womuan's 1
gr'andest mission on earthl Is her lov- I
ing, Chl'istian in fluenlce over' tile heoarts
of men. A Northern woman, who vis- I
Ited one of tile rcenft exp)ositions in 4
Atlanta, said that the most charming
thling she saw wVas the SoutVher'n wo
men. She said thleir refined manner's,
soft steps anid sweet voices, together
with the many litt,le attentions whlich
mark the old time11 gentleman theoy r'e
ceivedl fr'om their escor'ts, made you
feel as if youl were in a fair'y land. Be
miodeRt, girls, enltivate gentle manners,
step softly, lot your voice be sweet, and
fu111 of sympathy. Rlememnber that t
"Blessed are the pur'e in hear't," and S
"Avoid eveni the appearance of evil." ~
YOu have a sphIere in life-a grand and
noble1 one-walk in it. If the men are
not as they should be, y'ou alone can (C
m'ake them better', anld "Example is
June 22, 1897. 0
The Moderni Beauty
T1hriven on good food1 and sumnshine. I:
wIth plenty of exercise la the open d
air. Hefr forlm glowa wilth health and tl
her face blooms with lis beauty. If c
her system needs'the cieanisig actIon (
of a lax ative reumedy, she uses tile
gentle and pleasant Syrup of Flgs.
Matte by the California F1'ig Syrup
Mtnooi. It was grelatly ieeded. All
riekmtAtion1 Is growing rapidly-grass
A fow mort' wecks ef iard work 41then
r1li t i w10 Will be lightor, am1l 11ne
,MtYt1sS dinids u1pol tilso fw weel
Ir.. ari lialntn1111t. and cilill'enl
visit,'d as. 1.. 1. I':pt i _ I.anturdaiy aF
t-lrnllon anid --Zltday.
IRev. r. kloble I.iving-ston Pweb'lled
fot us Snwday, Mi. Sliolh being unwtiell
MlISs Viola Kibler Is low it homic,
having aut,nded the graded school at
M As. W. T. 111atton tied Saituaity
Inight and will bo b11ur-ied Io-day, Mll
ilay, fit 91 W'elock at. liet.llh1im ehu-eh.
irs. iat tn hans bieen a In Ihali for
manyis years~ wibh tt dad Iful d ise:ase
t'InntII )n . Shie has1 !roneo whero
thore is no painl, no trokb,l no dent.h.
She wits ani only daghtert0i of Mr. )av
Id Hipp of Pomaiiria.
T'I'e ha110 stoim thati, pasFed tiriollghi
lhere on tit. hi htit] vonisiderable tiuam
age. its p:ssae was abouit hatIf mleI
wide oin tho sont.h1 side of St. 1 'atIl's
t-litilch. Nilessrs. .Jlin .. Kiiler and
I . It. lit-denbaigh sevil to b he ithe
greatest. suIferers. r r. K. ibletr report',
fort,y winkdow glass brocenl; Corn atdt
cotton knocked to pieces. Mr. Kibler
has plantted somue of his cot.toll over.
Though the storm was had, we should
consider that it coild have been worse.
Mr. Thaddeus Epting is home front
Newberey College. le :ays he is 1oL
afraid to go between t.he plough haan
[iles to help his father to work.
We thinuk it would be a good idea
for the road supervisors when they ip
point, new overseers to fur-nish thei
with the returns of their predecessors.
fau so doing they would save the over
seers a lot of trouble, besides it would
ihow how Imlany days each hand worked
t,he past year.
Two children were consecrated to the
L,ord through the ordinance of baptism
in our- church yesterday.
We have wanted to live in Newberry
for sono years. Wo see a chance to
gratify that wish, as a friend in your
L!it,y has ofered to give us a lot. Many
thanks to the open hearted friend.
June 21, 1897.
It it required an aitinal outlay of
1OO.00 to 111nme a family against any
werious eosequences from an attack of
lowel oomplaint, duritig the year there
ire many who would feel it their duty
to pay it.; that they could not afford to
r1sk their lives, and those of-theli
mitrilly for such alit amount. Any
ate can get this itsurance for 25 cents,
that beuig tie price of a bottle of
111a1iherlaIin's Co ic, Cholati, and Diar.
rhoea Remedy. In ailmost, every neigh
borhoto)d some one has died from an
ittack of bowel Comphaintt h(e'orv Ilvd.
ite could It prettred oit a physician
mtliumonud. One or two doses of this
remedy will cure tatny orillity <.
It never fiails. Can you ifford to (take
the risk foi' so smialltt an tamoitt? For
tiait b'y W. '. l'elharn, Dri'uggists. 4
i"oa' sale by~ I . ( . Aiatt.hews, Nt'w-:
Dr oods al oin
Our business bhas I nera'eso muanch
orti th laa l, ytar' bhat, we rotuntd our
atot'e too atmali Ito carrty a sutfllieent.
uttiitt y of I iry (Goods, Notions, WVo
~ent's, hiisses4' amnd CilIdren's; Shoeas, in
(dd1It Ion to oura lIne of NI en's Kuarinith
tag Goods, Alen's Shoces, Meni's Hlats,
Pants1, &c'., to supp)ly the demraind of
tirt customtersa, so wet hatve iided(C ottr
hates, I takcing the Dr)y (Goods, Driess
Joods, Wiite (-oils, Notionas, H-osoery,
itoves, &c., andtt openting att the store
ormxer'ly occu pled by Mr. EF.d uard'
scholtz antd "Th'le New York Raect
store,"' and Mr a. Copelanud remil aiitg
it t.he ohi standit of JomsI & 4% ,pe.'ii'anid,
vithi thea Mien's Fmnishin11 ag (-oods,
ileni's Shoes, Hasts, &e. We have re
sianted and1( refitted our store soa that
ioauvwill scarcely be atble to recogntize
he place whenci youa nex t vjisitus, but
tur purpose is to continue111 mlal g imta
>rov'ements, so that our store wI'l be1
hae most attractive lace ina Newhesrry,
mdl we iutend docing ever'ythinag that
air twenity-five years' experIence in I
melne s sod the advantages we enjoy
>y keeping in touch with the best
>pstedl mer'hantsoftIhecouantry and t he
argest markets anad houases of the
vorld will enamble uts to do, andI byt
teeping strIctly reliable Goods and]
tIling theim at, close on to wholale I
)FrlS, we hope to mxerit an incr'e:.sbl
hare of your business every mnoth.
hcmemb er whlat wve keep and put the
ist where you cani refer to it.: Drmy
Woods; Dress Goods, White Goods,
Pable Linemf, Towels, Hosiery, Glovee,
-land kerchlef's, Laces, Em br'oderies,
ipool . Cottont, Spool SIlk, Bu thuns,
M rsets, and all kinuds of S:nall Notions,
,adies', Milsses' and Children's Sht ,
'he best in the market.
WVe shall retaIn the best features of.
he Raoket Department, and always
oll youa ln all of our (departimentis goods
tas close a mtargin of profit as ever4
old by the Racket Atore. We boughI t q
hie stock, know what It cost, what they
nild It for, andl kntow ithut we ate
We don't cgre to sell a cent to any
ate without the csash, but there are1
amne p eople of unaquestlo ned credit who A
Is diffi cult to reftuso a few (lays' ace
t,mmolldationl, and utntil October 1st,
897, we are going to popiuatrize the
ash sysatem by allowing a discouant, of
ve (6) per cent, on all cash putrchases,
rhichi shiould show plainly to thaose
rho have a credit the advanatages
aying cash. Those who bity on a few
ays' time, as all bills must be paidl the
ret of each montht, will pay juset 5 per
ant, more titan those who pay cash,
ome and see us often.,
A. C. JONES.
Newberry, S. (.,1 June 24, 1897.
CauseS6ttly hali the sknw h lioor% I
rettiin uto dlgted foo4 oo, long Ii the bowels
and rttoa bilousness, torPid livor indi
tongue, sltk lie'muite, in- ~ f
autuiii:a, e. II *oaSt l'Ili -
Piaenre- stlip;ition ~a t all It
iNuit. e-Iy uithmott lon lly. Me. Alldrugglst,
l'r-a.retl b%. C. 1. IloI & Co.. .owell, Mass.
The only V'ils to (tako wi ltl I oot's Sursaarlla,
S - .
We appreciate the
confidence shown in us
by our friends who took
advantage of the offer
we made to make a re
duction of 15 per cent.
on purchases for three
days only. It was grat
ifying to us because it
showed when we tell
them that we give a dis
count they believe it.
We want the continued
confidence of the peo
ple of this county, anct
we believe we will have
it if fair dealing and
olose prices will win it.
This week we are tak
ngstock,but next week
you will hear frorn us
again. Come and see
Jones & Copeland,
N ewherry, S. (., Jfune 10,! 1897.
10011 NoCW fo1' lWid-Aak 8110)))i's,
Alost. or you know t hat, the season is
enaw ing to a close. It menanas more i.o
is thtan t.o you. We havye taken a sort
>f prealimi nary census of our stock.
riere andIC there we finud a few dozen, or
'ew p)iecs, (of goods that, are( t,ag ends(1
if lot.s gone be'fore. WVe would( ratther'
tell those goods out, of il.he way at. at oss
,ha carry oi i''iver. Alay~'be you trunst
'our own i *jud gmnt more thn our ado
'ert.isemien ts, theni nmiike a toulr o,fi
'esligat,ioni to the store. WVe are wvil I
ng that youi should decOide.
Special baergai ns ini L ace IEtami ros,
tancy L iens, Organidieos, lAni ..tes
Grand rein ant sale of wvash goods In
Ivye andl t en yard lengths, regular pleec
5c. anld 25c., no0w 8*e. tad 10e. Lace
rm5c. t.o 50e. per yd. 10mbroidery--.
n(Cambinic, SwIss and Nansook F,dg..
nigs and Insertings ready fer ase from
4 to 50c. per1 yd.
Special bargains in Corsets.
Domestics at., prices whIICh mtake om
>et,it,ion in )1ssb0.
MILLINARtY-Ouri first Hat sale.'
Overy lady must attend- in justice to
ieself, In justice to her purse. We
av.e made uip a nice line of Trimmed
Iats-Short Backs, Sailors, larga andl
mtall shapes)0, Bonnot.s andl T1ur bans.
'Bach creat,ion Is a gem of fashionable
rimmiing-in Flowers, (Ch ilfon and
Uibbon. You will find untrimmed
mcny straws, in all shapes and colors.
5c. goods, now only 25c. You will
iso find beautiful bunches violets,
080s and all Ilower s or the day at
r'eatly reduced prices.
Conmc and see.
Davenport & Ronwick.
Ni co 40(( W ding Pre1'swJts.
Comne and examine them-)l b
Jeweler and Optician.
If you were offered Shoes fom
ten'to,twenty--five per cent e,
than they are worth, an you
were satisfied that the style ancj
quality were ust right, a yo
needed the - ds, you would buy
wouldn't you? ~would like t
see you and talk low Cu es a
little. Some live bargains on r
S. J. OTE .N
taf. ly. ~~ O T E
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES.
r i; 1 97.
Assets . . . $216,793,947 ..
Reserve Fund 1
(4 per cent. Staianhu-J I
and all other 173,496,768
Liabilities .. . J
Surplus, 4 per, cent. . $43,277,179
Outstanding Assurance. $915.102,070
The Society has paid $253,)56,351 to its policy.holders, and in addition
now holds $210,773,947 of Assets (of which $43,277,179 is Surplus),
making a total of $470,730,298. This record covering a period of less
than 38 yors from its organization, is over $212,793,000 more than any
other company has paid and accuinulated within the corresponding period
of its history. The Eqaitable writes any form of policy the assured may
want-Tiontio, Annual Distribution, 1ndowment, Guaranteed Cash Value,
r, any other forms of po0icies.
Call and soo mo before assuring your lives elsowhere.
The Equitable is absolutely safe, and )ersonA wishing insurance would
ind it to their interest to examine its plans before taking out a policy
The Equitable issues policies on both imalo and female lives.
ARTHUR KIBLER, Agent.
...You can secure...
C. E. SUMMER. JH.SUMMER. . W. SUMMER.
'ho Loaders of }-_ esin
Low Pric8 AN FDeall8s001
irooriss, Hardware, Harness, Dry Goods,
....Shoes and Clothing....
We sell the White Hickory Wagon, one of the best sold in New
arry. Guano, Cottoni Seed Meal and 1Hul18.
D)on't, forget our brands of Flour:.Obelisk, Favorite, -Blue Bird,
Tate, .uo, Old Hiekory. 'The best Flour sold for the moyuey in) ther
unty. We have ju~t received a car load of Lime. Will ell cheap.