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E. M. AULL, ICDToa.
The negroes have mado another ap
peal. This time they say they havo no
sympathy for those of their race who
commit such crimes as cause lynch
ings, and they will try to improve it
that direction and create and encout
age the development of a healthy son
tinent against the crime, but in the
meantime they ask that all such vi
lators of law be tried in the regular
way. That is of course right and
proper and the only lawful way to deal
with any Criminal, for if you once en
courage mob law it may lead to the ex.
ercise of it on all occasions, and finally
to no law at all. But in the face o
this the man, be he white or black,
who Criminally assaults our wives and
daughttrs may expect, speedy and con
dign punishment, for he takes a posi
ion below the hunui seale and be.
cause we mean to let it be known that
speedy death is the retsult of suel
crimes. Let the preachers renemnbei
this and teach it, to their people. Lel
them, as they say they will, stop Ih
commission of the crime whiclh resulti
in mnob violence, and mob violence will
Judge Simonton has decided thc
original package se so that thert
should be no doubt about it now. W(
published the opinion in Tuesday's pa
I-er, and today we give the order defin.
ing the original package. It woult
seem that bottles of whiskey may bc
packed in a box car in saw (lust, al
shipped and considered original pack
ages, and may be sold as such.
We may expect to see these origina
pack age houses open all over the State
and they may interfere very largelI
with the business of the dispensary.
So Mr. Mayfleld has dropped out o
the Senatorial contest. The wonder h
he (lid not drop out before this. li
makes fairly good speeches, anl hi
position is correct on the dispensa-3
question, but he Can (do m1o-e good it
the State Senate where lie now is, tt
carry out those views than lie can it
the United States Senate. lie shiou1
have taken this position and pushed I
before the courts knocked the dispen
Do riot forget the Parmrers 1nstitutt
t , be held here vext Wednesday at th<
l-atir G ounuds. Jver-y ftar-mrer hould
be inl Ittnldanve who can posslil
Cer11. It is for thle farmers and is ftre
arId they shouild elcour-age by thell
presenlce t,hose who are to conduct it.
Niy.r street lloto.
The farilers werb very much de
lighted when they ar-ose Saturday, Au
gust 7Atlh, and founrd that, they had hem.-o
ble.sed with such a nice nralin, as rhei
were needing it very bad.
One (f the finest 'eues that we havt
attended in many year-s was the int
given at the residence of Mr. VV. I,
Herbert,, one of the finest, p)laces for i
'cue in this commiuunity. Tihie dinne
wvas p)rep)ared by Miessirs. Thomias amli
Patrick Blair, and1( I tell you Unce
Tomi and( Pat know their busin- s on
NMrst. Fannie MIl'et.t is the flestl on
the pruogr-aimmie to pull fodder. Slie
began Aulgurst, 2nd. A ut l"anniie is Ii
Th'le pr-otr-actedl meeting at Mt. Zion
began last, Surnday andi closed Thur-s
day. It, was one of t,he best, ineet,ings
that we have had at Zion in man
years. R~ev. larnkin, the pastor, wars
assisted by itev. J1. 1-. Sarrders, of Co0
lumibus, 1lrd. Hrother Sanders is a na
tive of this State, but has moi(ved to Iin
dilana. lHe precached some of the most5
iriteiresting sermuons we have ever
Messrs. WV. W. Spjearmnan, 10. H.,
Longehore arid Rlobei-t Spearmani ar-c on
a tip of two weeks to Hiaruis Springs
for their health.
Mi-. and Mrts. David Pit.ts loft her-e
for Crecenville last Wednesday, wherec
they will stay until September 12t,
Mr. Pitts has been in bad health fox- a
inng time. We hope lie will imnprove
Mir. Levi Longshore,of Coniyers, Ga.,
is visiting relatives arid frilends in the
Trinit y comamunity. Ho has been awna
fourteen years. We were glad to gr-asi:
his hand once ni)ora Mr. Longshort
will be out for a few months.
Mr. and Mirs. T. 1). Mar-shall, of Co
lumbia, are visiting frilends arid kindred
in town this week.
Misa Leiha Floyd, of Blush Rtiver, it
t,he guest of Miss Minnie Lee Werts.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Werts have ar
rived fr-om a trip to Asheville. They
report a fine time.
-Mr. Mat Coleman is hauling brick
from this town to build a dwellin
house. He let the contract to Mn-. C. C,
D)avis for $1600.
The meeting will begin at Tinit3
next Sunday, August 8th.
A crowd will leave hero next Wed
nesday morning for Har-ris Springs tc
enjoy a fine picnic.
Mr. '4. 5. Spearman has the muost
and largest watermelons in this coun
Capt. J. W. McCullough has been oil
on a visit to Dyson's. He reports fine
crops and a nice time.
Miss Eoline Werts has returned
home from a visit to Miss Isthol Pay
There was a hanufull of open bols of
cotton in the office at Silver Streas.
sMhuch success to The Herald and
News in her old age.
Augst , 197.OTTON BLOSSOM.
PERNONA 14 TATEME,NT4.
rho Canclidates are Telling 'I al. s on OLO
Chester, S. C., August lI.--The tien
.toial camnaign meeting here today
was largely takenl up with personal
statements of tie rival candidates 11n
response to Colonel I rby, Senator Me
Laurin stated that lhe did not vote for
i'vans for senator last year. ilmas said
that Senator McLaurin Swore to himl)
that he would support him. and that he
had supported him. M1cLaurin said
that lie voted for Duncan on the firt
ballot and for l'arle on the seconld. H1e
also stated that lie was telegralpted to
Come home an(I stipport Ivanls, and ex
pected to do so. lie heard of Tillimn's
intention of wiiting a letter and advised
aaint t it, anIld after the letter caie out
lie did not support IMvans. lltd the
letter not come out, lie said, lie would
have voted and worked for ivans.
I"v'anls said lie could have beenl tiade
ttLot'ney general, hut t-hat he declined
to go tck on his frIends: that McLla
rin got lih position for voting for Pope,
and that ho. (Mvans) went, on Mcl,au
Congressimani Strait, in response to at
haroge froi Air. Mayield, Said that
Senator Mciaurin tskced him to go ii
with im1n and joiI the O'IpuIst, prt.y.
Mel.faurlinl diled m11akfing such a state
ment, and said that lie was workiing
for harmony, and what he mentioied to
1he congressm1an Was to try and get all
of the silver forces to jolin hands; that
he attended several conferences of this
Inud, antd that liryan wiis at one with
him. Hei said lie never was 3a l'opulist,
and di(d not favor the part,y for State or
Trunpm Fra Vatrioum Quirters
Three doen ulleer for Asheville! Last
Tuestday morning we, in company with
many friends, boarded the Asheville
excursion and went splinilig away to
partts unknown (to the undersignIed
understood). We left at 8.15 at. li. anId
arrived at Asheville about :1 o'clock p.
In. We mounted a street. car which
carllried us to the court house sqIaire,
whee w e %el- tra11nsferred to an,iothier
and carried dowi Patton avonue to ft
place at short distace from the "Bo
nair," where a lar'ge part,y of Newber
rians put up. We were assigned to our'
room11s, anI1d aft0' (1u.stng ant1e waLshiIng
and gettIng ourselves in trili, the un
dersigned, with his rooi mate Mr.
Lolny Dieckert, sallied out to scour the
town. By sun down we had talken in
the town prope. and the nlext mtorning
we began taking inl the suburbs. The
Lookout Mountain eau took us to the
foot of Lookout, Niountaln. We e1n1hed
to the summit, eut our intmes in the
bark of a lone tree that stood there hold
ing the names of many others from va
rious States and d(escended. Another
'iti' took us to the foot of Sunset Moun
takiin where we boarded the "Duminly,'"
a car attatlched to 41 small locomotive,
anid went stelamling around the mlounl
tilln, graduilly asending as we weit.
At the terminus of the line, four hi
dried feet, from the slummtiit., ai new pa~v i
1031 wIt,h seats hats been bui3l1t fr'om whl ich
a gr'ando and1 e'xtensive view 1may3 1)e ob
t,ained. "roim the siununit we looked
dlownI upon31 Ashiev ill which appear31ied
to be litt,le mor'e than 3a mliniatui'e cIty
sit,uaited ini a1 d1ep valle y, though the
city is really13 2:150 feet abov'e sea level.
About 41 p. mn. we vIsited I linghaim
hieight-s and1( t.he I"rench 11h'ond 1Ltiver, a
d Istance oIf about1, :131 mIes. We r'eturneIld
to the eIt,y' 4and3 after' takinig a few faIre
well glantces we bloardled a1 street, cari
and3( soon1 found 11ouirsel ves wvaitig for'
the t.rin1 at, the diepot.
\Ve qutote t,he follow ig from a1 litt,e
b)ooklet etit,tled '"Gutide for Ashev'ille,
dilstr'ibutedl aiong e'xenetsioists whIo
v'isit, t.he city: "'Ashtevile (4Is 4an enIteri
priinilg, mnodertnly built city' w it,h 1:1,00011
13n 1882 It was a1 n,ere village, with 2,500
inhabitalnts. Tihe cIty hats conununiitica
tion with the ou1tside wor'ld thriough theI
great Southern Ra4ilwaly systeml, which
p)enetr'ates neaIrly every parlit of the
South. Asheville is Oin a1 man line,
over whielh throu01gh traIins ar'e runi lbe
antd is the termintus of two brantch lines.
One extends southiwt to Mur'phy; tile
other' southwest to Spart,anburg, S. C.,
where conntectioni is mnade with the
truink li no between Washing tOin antd
Atlainta. Asheville enijoys Pullmatn
palaice car ser'vice wi ch r'eaches it
from WVashtington, New Yor'k and( lBs
ton; fr'om Cineinnatti, Chicago and1( St.
Louis: from Memiph Is, New Orleans andll
Jacksoniville. Panrtles comitng in on
traiins at the Ashteville deplot wIll ind
transp)ortationi to the business pIortionl
of thle eit3 by way of electric eat's, fare
nyve cents, or by carr'tiage alt twenty-flye
cents. Once in the city numilerous hotels
anid boardling houses are to he fou).(d,
amoing whieh select,ion e..a be made to
suilt the taiste and mecanis of any sojour'n
"'Court, square, wvithi the Buncombe
County courit house ini the centre,
mayks the hear't of the city. RLaduat
lag from this centre ar'e the several
electric cari linecs and11 the v 1rious coml
mnercial streets. Hero on un>st any (lay
may be sen the typicall me".t'aineer
with his caInvass covered( 'uuntain
schooner, often dr'awin by oxein, lending
pieunresquenoss to the scene. Maniy
handsome business blocks anld attr'ae
tiVo storecs are to be observed 0on Cou-t
square, Patton atvenute anld Main strecet.
Beautiful i'esidences, many of themn
built by imn from distant cities, aIt
tracted hither by tIle beautiful sur'
roundings and rare climate, are scat
tered through tIhe cIty and suburbhs.
Some of the finest hotels in' tile South
are located in AshIeville, hIotels which
would adorn any cty. . j
-Aioville also boastsofa govdrnmleit.
bulding, for postoele jli U. s. 'ourt,
which cost $100,000. and a lino new city
tiall. Tiie city's attchitec(ture is further
added to by several attractivo church
-dilices, colleges and philatthropic
schools, besides a niunber of handsome
public school builditigs. Altogelher
Asheville, situiated as it is oil undulat
ing gronid, with so many wooded h1ills
atnd dales, surrounded by so much of
nature that is inspirin4g, anI witl so
great a number of beautiful avomn o; and
attractive public and private buiildings,
is by common consoent a beautiful city,
often tormed the "Queen Mountain city
of the South."
"Asheville has an excellent sewerage
system, also gas and electrie light
plants. The city is lighted by electric
ity. The water comes from a purte
mountain stream, four miles away. The
city also has a good lire depart.ment, and
a company of light infantry.
Asheville possesses a fine pliublic school
system, and such philant.hropic Institu
tomis as t,hree industrial schools, a Y.
M. C. A., several free kindergartens, a
misiotn hospital, all orphall's home, a
rescue hono., an in1titute for colored
Imen, a V. C. T. U., an associated char
Ities organizatilon, with twenlty-live
chrli-ches. The eil.y has two elubs, a
line opera house, a public library, three
sa1niI-ariums, a telephono exchanige, a
city mariket, fivo banks, two of which
are national, a cotton mill running 8,500
spindles, flouring and veodworking
mills, iceo,broom and furniture factories,
and tobacco warehouses "
Asheville Is a finio place with all the
good water and fresh air that, you are
looking for. Tiho seasons are a month
behind us; watermelons are just begin
ning to ripenf and 14"nglish peas are still
on hand. You see but very' little cotton
after leaving Spartanburg. Thto moun
tain sides are covered with forests and
llourishing corn fields.
August (1, 1897.
CHILL & F,6VER
Afylhleld Is Out.
[Special to the State.]
Chester, Aug. i.-The combination
is broken. Mayflold is out of tbe race.
H1e will say so tomorrow.
My littlO boy, when two years of age,
was taken very ill with bloody flux. I
was adIvised to use Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and
luckily procured part of a bottle. I
carefully read the directions and gave
it accordingly. He was very low, but
slowly and surely he began to improve,
gradually recovered, and is now as
stout and strong as ever. I fool sure It
saved his life. I nlever can praise the
Otemedy half its worth. I am sorry
every one in the world doe not. know
how good it Is, as I do.-Mrs. Lina S.
Hint,on, Griahamsville, Marion Co.,
P"lorida. Por sale, by W. E'. I lelham.
M. L. Spearman & Co. are offering a
Wagon the capacity of wh ich is 0onc
eight, greater than any other make of
equal size, and1 for less money. fat4t
Notice of Election.
IN l'UHSUJA NCIC OF A RiICQUllST
.lfom a meeting of citizens of
Schood D)istrict No. 27, hold on 10th of
Autgust, 1897, an1 elect.ion is hereby or
dlered t.o be hldu on Sat,urday, August,
28, 189)7, on the question of removing
t,he special two-null tax heretofore
voted andiu 1ev ied on said School D is
t,riet, for school purposes. Th'ose favor
ing the continimuce of the levy will
vo'te '"Ta i." Th'1le followig persons
are ailpointed to conduc nt said election:
8. I'. (Crotwell, .1. W. Nance, J1. .1.i
lI rownm. Tihe 10(l1ls will be0 opened1 at
7 a. mn., and closed mit.4 p. mu. All voters
whol ret.urn real or peOrsonal property
of the value of *100 am. Lntiled to vote
upon presentation of their tax receipts
anmd registrat,ion cert,ificates.
T.1. B3. LFICIZSICY,
M. Ii. CALDW~NIC,
f 21. Tirustees.
At myold stand
ertson & Gilder's
with a fine line
elry and Silver
Also a line of' finte Specta
cles and3( Eyeglasses ini Gold,
Silver and Steel Frames.
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
Free of All-Cost
a liberal trial qinantlity of
ELECTRO - SILICON
Theo famuous Silver Polish.
It's unlike other and will enrg rise
yout. Simly seftd your a(ddress on
a postal to
31 ICOON, 30ICiIfft., Nsw York, N.Y.
We ma ke. an clal om,ers t' bwusekeanara
Causes fullythalf the sickness In theo world. it
retains the digested food too long In the bowels
and proiluces biliousness, torpid liver, Indi
gestion, baI t,Usle. coated
tongue, sick headache, InI
60o1nn11a, etc. lloodi's l'illsP "II s
cure constipationanl all its
results, easily and tlorouglhly. 25C. All truggists.
Prepared by C. I. Ilooot & Co.. Lowell. Mass.
Tho only Pills to tako with Iloodi's Sarsaparilla.
Dissolutloq af Parfiiersip.
r 141 P IIt NI Il 1 E, I1t T 0 P 0. 1t E,
kinown as1 liedenlbauigh & [lutuhi
sonl is t,his day, .1uly 21, 1897, dissolved
by iulitul consent.
.10S. T. IUTC1ilSON.
All persois indebted to the above
nlaied fIrm are e Xl)vctVd to call at. their
earlest conivelienlee at the old stand
and settle their accounts with the un
. M'S. T. IHUTCHIISON.
.Juily 21, 1897. f.3t
STA1.\1 OF SOUlTII CAIMlAlNA,
C'OU NTY OlP' N VCW i1lIMtY---I N
Jam,es 13. Reagiln, as i"xecutor of the
last Will and Testament of James .J.
teeder, deceased, Plaintilf, agalinst
10rancis A. Reeder et, al, Defenidanits.
PetitiLion for inal Settlement of the
estate of James J. Iteeder, deceased,
B Y VIitTUE 01' AN ORDI1,R IN
the abOV etitled C s, all the
eceditors of James .1 Reeder. deceased,
are hereby required to present aid es
tablish their. claimls, under oath, before
this Court, on or before t,he Ilrst day of
W. W. [1ODG-1S, J. P. N. C.
July 27, 1897.
Tbree Courses Leading to Degrees.
Ni,'W SCIENCE IIAL,L W'IH WVORKINU
LA BOtATORY-(OOD LIBtA RY.
Efficient Preparatory Department.
TuitLion In Collegiate department$40;
in P'reparat,ory department $20 to $30.
Entire expeniises per session (exclusive
of hooks, fuel and clothing) for students
rooming in college and boarding in the
Boardiing Hall:-Coillegi ate (lepartment
$106.75, Preparatory depariiitment $80.75
to 90.75 Next session begins October
1st. For catalogue address
GEORGE B. CROMER, President.
Nb,WBIRRY, S. C.
STATE, Ott' SOUrH CAROLINA,
COUN'TY OF NEVIIERRY-IN
PRO1.1 A'TE CO U RtT.
By W.W. Hodges, Es., Probate Judge.
Whereas, C. J. Purcell hath made
suit to mie to grant. him Letters
of Administration of the estate and
eff-ects of Walter Smith, deceased:
'These are theref(ore to cite and ad
monish ull and singular the kindred
and creditors . of the said Walter
Smith, deceased, that they he and ap
pear before me, in the Court of Probate,
to be hold at Newberry Court House,
on the201.th day of August next, after
mblial ion hereof, at I I o'clock In t he
Porenoon, to show cause, if any they
have, why the said Administration
should not be granted.
Olvei unider my hand this the 5th
day of August, Anmno D)omsini 189)7.
W. W. HOD)GES, Ji. P. N. C.
SOUTH CAROLI NA COLLECE
comUMI A, s. C.
Session begins September 28th. Clas
sIcal, fliear'y, Scient.ile, Normial and(
ILw Coursest'. with D iplomnas. Special
Courses, wit,h ' tilleat.es. Board, $8 a
mnont,b. Tott necessary ex penses for
the year (exclusive of t.ravellhng, clot,h
ing and( books), fro $113 to *153. Wo
n,en admistLed1 I.e all (Classes.
For fur ther in foramat.ion, address the
Pre~~sdent, F. C. WOOD)WA RDi.
WilIItl'DOlI 016[c Schola1'slills 811(d Ell
T HE E XA M INATONS FORl T H E
award of vacant, Schsolarships) in
'Wlnt.hrop College and for the ad mis
sion of new students will be0 held at, the
County Court House on August 13th at
Applicants mnust not be less than fif
teens years of age. When scholarships
are vacated aftcr August 13th they wvill
be awarded to t.hose maskisng the high
cst average at, this examination.
Tihe cost of attendance, i nclusding
board, furnished room, heat., light and
washing Is only $8.50 per msont.h.
For- further lnfor'mat,lon and a cata
logue, address the President,
1). 1n. JO HNSON,
Rock Hill1, S. C.
IF YOU WANT
Call 0on us beforo b)uying.
Wenow have the prettiest
earIoadl of' Buggies and Sur
ries that we have over had.
We expect a carload1 of
next week. There is no
Wagon on our market better,
and our. prices are as low as
Canl be madeo for the same~
grade of work.
Ed. N. HIPP.
As it is Important for
Mu DO to Eat, So
Equally Importan't are
To every one desirous
of saving money.
&/'11014-3 A IONE.Y SAVE.HS.
-Io R IIllS Wi".K:C ONLY.
0 yds. Standard Prints for only 25c.
8 yds. Newberyr coth for only 25c.
8.%ds. Figured' Lawn for only 25c.
8 yds Embroidery for only 25o.
8 yds. Val. Lace for only 25e.
1 pitr Child's Slippers for only 25e.
I Fine Straw Iiat for iain or boy 25c.
1 Gal. NewOrleans Syrup only 25o.
:1 Cans (2) Sy ru p Peaches "' 25e
20 lbs. I(ichnond Meal "t 25c.
I lb. Tel worth 50 25v.
2 lb. Arbluckle's Coffe " 25e.
60 boxes ParLIlor Matches " 25c.
8 bars Soa 1) (good as 0uL,y oI1)" 25c.
TERMS.-Cash oil Ecliery.
The Fair itad Square Dealer,
Be Mane Beautiful
ile YOR Cal!
Time Limited Until
Bestfull life-size Pas
tal and Crayon Por
traits made--not en
larged and then fin
ished by hand--but en
larged by hand and fin
ished in the latest style,
most durable and per
manent manner at le.s
than half usual price.
Call and see sample
SALTERS ANl Stildio,
Newberry, S. C.
OTICE IS Jjl.:tl.;Iy GIVNrN
thatthiere w ill be atmeeting-of the
stockholders in the 'AlIlianlc"Werie
house at I sPeW11rity on the Ir, t Satur
(lay (7Ith) in August. It. is urgently re
quested th at~ all the stock hld(ers at,tend,
ats It Is conltemplatedl to devote the
warehouse to the purpose of a cotton
seed oil mnauufacture, and thus mnake it
more profitable to the stockholders.
I1. II. FOLK, President.
JNO). F'. JA NKS, Secretary. f td
Uooll Nows for EW1Awc Shoppers.
Most of you know that the season is
drawing to a close. It means more to
us than to you. We have taken a sort
of p)rehmininary census of onur stock.
Here and there we findh a1 few dIozen, Or
fewv piecs, of goods t hat are' tag endls
of lots gone before. We would r'ather
sell these good1s out of t.he way at a Joss
than carry over. ~Maybie you trust
your own judgment more than our ad
vertIsements, then make a tour' of In.
vesti gation to t he store. We are will
ing that you should d((ecide.
Special bargainos in Lace Et am ires,
Fancy. Linens, Organd ies, Batistes,
Griand remnant sale of wash goods in
flye and ten yardl lengths, regular* price
15e. and 25e., no0w 81c. andit j0e. Lace
from 5e. to 50e. per yd. IEmbroidlery
In Cambric, Sw:ss and Nansook Ed g
lngs andl I nse.rti gs readly for use fr'omi
24 to 50c. por yd.
Special bargains in Corsets.
D)omnestilcs at >rices wvh eh make comn
petit,ion imps bl5'11e.
MILLINA[t\ --Our first HTat sale.
Every lady _must, at,tend - in justice to>
herself, In just,iec to lier purse. We
have made up a nIce linei! of Tlrlnmed
hats --Short Backs, Sallor's, large arnd
small shapes, BHonnets and( Tm-ban
Each creat,Ion Is a gem of fashiionable
trim mling'-ini Flowers, Ciifon and
Itibbon. Y'ou will find1 untrimmed
fancy straws, In all shiapes and colors.
75c. goods, now only 25,c. you Il
also find1 beautiful bunchens v IoM s
roses and all flIowers of tie day at
greatly reduced picets.
Coame and( see.
Davenport & Renwick.
LA " I'EItSONSq IIOLDI NC; D~
mans aaint ,heestteof A n.
d1rew J.Hdebuth eceased(,ar
herey rquied o rnde tothe un
dei'signed, a statement of the same dui
ly tattest,ed atccording to law.
it ELLAIA JIEDE.NIIAUGH,
JOII N ii. IIEJENJAUGH
As ExecutrIx of JXt ut.or or the last
will and testamn t of Anduew j
czannal[Win t rcw iig SO
H E COIJNTrY lOA1I 01"O EXAM
neo wIll hold an examination, on
Friay, August 13. at the ofio11
County Su pernte nd ent of I'd neai
for applicants for schioIlaj) in i
throp Norml5al College at Jtock HIll an
the South ( 'amolIia Colig atCdnd.
bla.Ye Fo fntoi . ege at olul .
apply to rrato as. to IChola
If you want any of the goodbargains we are
dishing out. About twice a year we empty the
pot and clear up the store for new goods.
Is 4 tjs %-,._judgment will quicks"
Is befored 'l!gd.,b~argains.Al
ly decide for you t .Al
we ask is a look at the s
Cheap don't buy them.
Ask especially to see our
Mosambiques, Silk and Wool
Grenadines, Organdies and Mus
S.3 . WOOTENT,
t&f. ly. NEWBERRY, S. (.
To Make Roon ftor
Which is Daily Arrivini;d
All Summer Goods must move
regardless of cost. We are re
tailing a Job Lot of Overshirts at
Special values in all lines of
Dry Goods, Millinery and Notions.
Cut prices is all the go at
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES.
7A'IUA., 1, 1a97.
Assets - - - - . . $216,773,947
and all other...17,976
Liabilities .. . .17,976
Surplus, 4 per cent,. ---. $43,277,179
Outstanding Assurance. -. $915.102,070~
n The Socioty has paid $253,95,:T I to its vi liey h lei , . in m addition
making a total of $470,'730,298. This record1 -oern a urio pflos),
thtan 38 years from its organization, is~ over $2 2,793,p00 riod tha aoss
o te Co p ias pa 3 i t flU lacC umulatedl w it i h e c orres >or11ir g peo od
want-TIntino, Annual Dist.ribut ion, Endony t he a ssrat ed aye
Term, any other forms of policies. ,nomn,Gaate ahVle
Call and see me before assuring yc'ar lives elsewvhero.
f Tnd it b l e i s olt e l a fe o11 rsorns wishing insurance would
eils it towhe r itr es o aiei pl n e for e tak in g out. a poliOy
The Equitablo issues policies on both male and female lives.
fat.om.ARTHUR KIBLER, Agent.
C. E. SUMMER. J. H. SUMMER. G. W. SUMMER.
The L.eaders of }Dear in
Low Prlic Flirst-lass Qaa0l
Groceries, Hardware, %~rness, Dry Goods,
....Shoes and ClothIng..
o ari iload XVgonR just received1. C'ar load Carringen and BuggieS
Lo riv e an a e uy on I n ' ny un il you1 see our goods a d get our
I)on't forget our1 branlds of l"lour: Obelis~k, Favorite, BIlue Bird,
Waterloo, Old Hickory. The best Filour sold for the moneOy int