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Corrected overy Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
M oat- --............ ..... 70.
Shiould ors ............................5be
a o........................ ..... 1 ! gm 20.
Hest Lard -..-.......... ........... 8 .
Best Molasseo ...................... 4
Good Molasses................. 25@35.
Corn ----.---........................... (100.
M eal -----...-- - - .....--. ........... 600.
1-afy.r.,-. ---....-- - - -.--'............... *1.00.
W heat Bran----...--... -....... $1.00.
let Patent Flout .-............... f6.25.
2nd Best Flour-.-............ $5.75.
Strait Plou...---................ $5.50.
Good Ordinary Flour---........$4.00 5.00.
Sugar .....................5 fe.
R ie............................... ..
Cofee..........'..'--'''' ... Oc.
.ottoi seed n1 1 .... .10
un r c wt------.... ........... 30c.
btter, por b-........... 20c.
Eggm, p r dozen ...............
Ch icks, ca.................. 12120c.
Peas, p o 0 usl....... ..........0 5C70e.
Corn, por bushel.. ...............J%C.
Oats, per bushel..........., . iX.
Sweet potatoes ............... 0 .
Turkeys, por Itb ................. 8c.
Foddor, por cwt .................. 1@85C.
Newberry Cotton Market.
(Corrected Tuesday alt I'rdoxy by 0. Mc.
Good M iddling................................71
Strict M iddling............................ .
Strict Low Middling.........................61
Low M iddling...................................o
Votion Receiptat at Nowherry.
The following arc the votton receipts
at Newberry from August, 31, 1896, to
September 1, 1897, hiclisive. We give
the receipts by months:. Balesq
Suptember............. ..... 3.8do
October ......................... 490 50
Decelbor ...................... 2,394
March . ..... . .............. . 354
'*f)iq .............................. 544
Muay ..... ....................... 287
June ... ........................ 55
July ................. ........... 78
August............. ............ 80
The receipts iare 1,293 bales loss thai
for the previous Year.
Death of Mr J. 11. Iluft.
Mr. J. 1-. Ruff after iL rather pro
tracted 'ilness died in Nowberry last
night about one o'clock aged 58 years.
Ills reimaiis will be Interred at St.
P'hilips church seven miles fron Now
berrv this afternoon at .1 o'clock. He
was ia native of the county and has
been a citizen and business man, of the
town for manly years. Ho Wias Iever.
martried but leaves a large family con
nection. Dr. Fox will conduct the
Ice Tickets Ie(teeemed.
All poirsons holding ice tickets of the
People's lee House unpunched will
prosent the same to ile, aid I will re
fund the moiiey due them. The Peo
ple's Teo House will be in the market
next season. E. P. PAWLEY. It
Tie Trustecm of Uinrany Academy,
Swhool Distrio4 No. 27, will receive
applications for a teacher until Sep
tember 15th, at 9 o'clock a. i., at
which time tiho lpatros of the school
will meet at the new school house to
elect Ia teacher. Salary, $35.00 per
month; Lermn, 9 months.
T1. BI. Leitzsey,
* M. B. Catldwell,
(.. D. B3uzhar'dt,
* taft.d Tr'iustees.
The undersigned truIstees will re
coive ap)plicaLtions for a first-grade
teaLcher' for UInion Academy until Au
gut, 27t.h next., at 3 o'clock p. in.. at
wvhich timec the paItrons of the school
will meet at the schoeolhouse for the
purpose5 of consideiring appl)1ications
and electing a teacher. 'rho school
pays $25 pek month. All aplichlations
must, be sent to cither' of the trustees
by the timno dated above.
W M. M. Blonnl, Chairman,
Prosperity, S. C.
M. CI. Moons, Cler'k,
Newvberry, S. C.
For Infants and Children.
DR. B. A.DANIELS.
Dilseases of tihe Eye, E'ar, T1hr'oat and(
NEWBERRY, 8. C.
Ollice~ 't recsidcnco, necxt,d1001 to Crot
well H-otel. t.tf
~' NOT FEELING WELL
Syr'up Sairsapari lla,
This~ proeparation is a combination
of drugs having altorativo, tonic
stiminulant and laxativo action.
It contains three drugs whicht the
mled ical pr'ofession recomnmend for
skin disonasos, Scrofulous affections,
D)yspapsia, Livor Complaints, Rthon
It is carefully prepared from the
purfest. dirugs and is sold1 at 75i conta
i b)ottlo at
*Iobeslson dl Gilder's
VARIOUS *ANI) AI,i. ABIOUT.
The eaWy closing of the res will
' The firemen are practicing for the
tournatent on the 9th.
Mr. 1. B. Bavis will iiove his family
to Little MWountain with if the iox1 few
Let overy body got ready to give the
visiting firemen a hearty welcome on
Mr. Jin. C. Aull of Poinaria will be
with Summet Bros. after th Jst of
The water main was tap)ped on Fri
day last for the fl'st tihe. The first
water wasyun Into Credo's bakery.
Stree Oversceor Jackson is busy level
Ing Up main street, wh0re the races
wil be run during the firemen's tourna
Tihe many friends of Superintendent
F. W. Higrins will be glad to learn
that he is Inproving. ie has been
Garmany Alliance will hold a meet
1ng at Garmany Academy on Friday
of this week at 3.30 p. mI. A full at- I
Mr. Rilhard Cald well and Mi4s Joe
Jones Will resuno thmi,r positons in
Mimnaugh's mammoth establlimIent
tomorrow, September Ist.
Daniels & Co., the jewelors, say they
are going to beat the record selling
jewelry and watches this fall. See
what they say in another column.
The Board of Trustecs of the Graded
school will elect a teachel'on Thursday
afternoon to fill the vacancy caused by
the resignation of Prof. e. A. Carlisle. t
Mr. A. N. Boland was on last Satur- E
day elected cotton weigher at Little
Mountain. There was considerable in
tere.t manifested, about 165 votus be
"Beeky Ann and Jecims Newberry i
13oarder" was written for )uI)lieition
several months ago but it is just as
good now. You will find it on the
fourth page of this paper. t
Newborry's delegates to the Vet
erans' Convention in Greenville re
turned on Friday and Saturday lastand
report a delightful time. Greenville
knows how to entertain guests.
Mr. P. F. Baxter is making j)repara
tions to open his beer dispenesary.. He
will be ready for businrss by Saturday
of this week. Ie has iot dcided t
where the dipensary will be located.
Clerk of Court Gibson Is the money I
and is ready to pay the pension claims
of the county. He would like for the
pensioners to call early as lie is anxious
to close up the business as early as c
Gus Wilson says that original pack
age jug captured at his s101) wats in his
oile without his knowledge and was
taken thero during his absence. 'I'hat
jug had no owner after it was found by
Mr. J. D. Davenport of the firm of
Davenport & Ienwick says they will
have tile prettiest and handsomest dis
play of goods for the ladies evor brought
to Newberry. They will change their
ad. and tell you all about it next
When it comes to style, lit, qualit,y <
and prices Jamieson is on the tol) Counti
in the Shoe business. lie has in stock
shoes to please any customer. He has e
just opened up a new lot to which lie t
calls your attention in his ad. in an- I
The Governor's Guards Niistrel I
Troupe, of Columbia, will appear in the
opera house here on the iight of the
9th of September. 'hcy come highly
recommended and will give a first-class
minstrel performanco. The singing,
dancing and specialties are said to be
An election wvas held--in Garmany
School district No. 27 on Saturday on
thle question of removing the special a
tax. The vote stood( 5 to 12 In fav'or of
removing the tax, but as the time is
out for~ voting on this quest,ion, unless
the vote wvas unanimous the tax willI
remain on for anlothier year.
Mr. Thos. F. Uarmon has gone on a
trip in tile interest of the H-omne Mutual
Insurance Comp)any. The business of
this company is increasing every day
and being prloperly' managed there is
no0 reason why it, should not pro~sper
anid at the same time give cheap and
safe p)rotection t.o our own p)eop)le by ~
o1r ownl p)eople and keel) our1 mnoney at,
To the PubIte.
I am nowv with The Herald and News
where I wvill be pleased to sec my
friends at any t,ime. Any business eon
neeted with the lper~ entruisted to me
will be given my personal attention andl t
satisfact,ion will be given. When in
need of printing of any kind, or when
you have an adivertisemnent to lahce, or
an item of news, call to see me.
JNO. W. 1EAltilARIi.
The Iideal P'aniacO a
.James L. Francis, Alderman, (huica
go, says: 'I rfgard D)r. King's New
iscov.ery us an Ideal Panacea for
Coughs, Colds and Lung Cotmplalints,
having used it in my family for thme last
flve years, to) the exclusionl of physi
elan'a prescriptions or other p)rep)ara
R1ev. .John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
wvrites: "1 have bet-n a Minister of the
Methodist Episcopal Church for .50 1
years or more, anid have never found <](
anyt hing so benefiemal, or t hat gave lme
such speedy relie'f as Dr. King's New
Discovery." Try this Idleai Cough
Remedy now. Trial Bottles Free at
lRobertson & Gilder's Drug Store.
Contract for P'ainting Chuirch to be I
Tihic unde(rsignedl, conmmittee of St.
Matthmews Lut.heran church, to let con
tract for painting saidl church, will
meet, at, the chlurch in No 11 TIownshlip I
near' Ash ford's IPerry on Thlursday, 2(1
September proxine t,o receive bids andI
close contract for p)ainting said church
Inside and outside. T1he~ right reser ved
to reject anuy or all bids.
'l't10s. M't. H10N'I'?,
1'9. 0. H CN'T'Y,
WValton, S. C.
Reuben, N. C.
t,& f :tt Commi ttlee.
A Vinblet P'rescriptionl.
E'ltor Morrison of \Vorth ingt on,
Ind., ''H-un,' wvrites: "Y~oui have a vahu
ablo preslri ptlin ini Electric llitte'rs,
and I can cheerfully nrommend it. for
Consti pat ion aind Mick Headacho, and
tis a general system tonic it has no0
equal.''" Mrd. AnntieStehile,2625 Cottage
(rove Ave., Chicago, was ailt run down,
touldl tnt, eat ntor digesHt food, hind a
backache which never left her andt felt
lired anid weary, but six bottles of
Electric hiitt ers restored her healt hi and
renewed her strenigth. Pricees 50 cenits
and $1 00). Get a Bottle at Rob>ertson &
Glider's, Drug Mtore.
. Obldrens' Day.
Will be observed at St. Phillips
fihurch on Saturday September 4th.
Exerclsei by the children and ad
iresses by President Geo. 14. Croier
The ladies will servo refresh ments
or the benefit of the church and a I
ilcuic dinner will also be served.
Tihe public is Invited.
September 4 at 10 a. n.
Welcome address by Horace Lomi
Dialogue by Lyda Metts, Annie
ligh and Bertle Sligh. Subject: We'll
Vork for Jesus.
Recitation ' by Alice Kinard. Sub
0e: Yo are my witnesses.
Dialogue by John Suber and Bernard
lanks. Subject: Honor thy Father
Dialogue by Carric Wicker, .Bortio
ligh, Maud Shealy, Pearl Halfacre,
Istelle Halfacre. Subject: Children's t
Recitation by Hattio Banks. Sub- c
let: The Starless Crown. t
Song by the children: Nothing but t
he Blood of Jesus. Organist, Annie I
Dialogue by Lula Halfacro, Tolu V
ligh, Della Wicker, Vera Lominick,
laud Halfacre, Minnie Suber. Sub
3ct: Some Children of the Bible.
Song by the children: We'll Work
ill Jesus Comes. Organist, Nettie t
Motion song by the children.
In the afternoon Rev. 11. A. McCul- i
3ugh and others will address the clil
There will be refreshments served on1
lie grounds for the benefit of the La
ics Missionary Society. Everybody is
tvited to come and bring well 1Illed
And you are respectfully invited to
ome, M r. Editor.
Mr. Editor: As business of the Home
Jutual calls me away, I beg to insert
he following just received from one of
mr members, and hope all will tako
'To those interested in Home Mutual
Protection Association of South Car- I
"As one interested inl the success of
his association, 1 beg to iaka the fol
owing suggestion to the members: Let
ach of us secure five good members
V1ho will insure valuable property with
he association, and thereby promote
ur own interest and the interest of
lie worthy southern institution. With
n the past week with a little effort I
lave sent in applications for six build
"John T. Patrick,
"Pine Blulf, N. .
'Seeretary, Treasuircr and Geu'l Man
ager of the Seaboard Air Line Indus
trial Department, and the Secretary, <
Treasurer and General Managei%-of
the New England Manufacturing,
Mining and Est. Comnpany."
Tlhe above adviece, If carried out by
11 of our one thousand members, would
reatly buiild upl our association.
,TiHos. F. H ARMON,
lion. George S. Mower returned this
Mr's. E. P. Pawley has returned to
Miss Pawnee JIones has gone to
Mrs. Geco. '1. Cromer has returned
Miss Maud Langford is visiting in C
Mr. 0. Mi. Jamieson leaves tomorrow
oir the nort,heranimarkets.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Smith have re
urncd fromi the mon itai ns.
Miss Minnie Harris, of Spartanburg,
s on a visit to M iss Mabel Cash.
M iss D)aisy Cannon has beeni elected
,s teacher of the Hartford school.
Mrs. J1. Q. Wcrts, of China Grove,
I. C., is visitinig relatives in Newberry.
Pruof. TL. D. JTones left last wecek for
Thrhardt to resume the work of his
M rs. E. Cabaniss and children have]
eturned1 from a visit to relatives in
M\ iss Dollie Watson, of Columbia, is
pending a while wvith Miss Helen
Mr. A. C. JTo..es camne home Saturday1
rem Philadelphia and wvill return in a
ay or two.
Mr. Thoes. E. JIackson, of Jackson
ille, 1"la., is spend ig a few days with
Mr. Jan. A. Minnaughi is off to-mor
ow for the Northern markes to select
is fall stock.
M iss lBessie Long, of the county, is
pending a few days in the city with
Irs. J1. B. Walton.
Mr. Prank HI. Lane left Newberry
or Augusta where lhe Wvent In answer
o a telegram on business.
Mr. E. Hiartow Copeland, of Cope
and Bros., will leave to-morrow for
sow York and other Northern markets.
M iss F"ondo Kennedy, of Clinton,
ftcr spending a few days with Miss
auIcy Speers loft yesterday for her
Mrs. Jlanic Reagin and daughteis,
dlisses Mario and Grace Burton, are
risit.ing relatives in the Little Mountain
Mr. J. C. Myers a'nd family returned
ast Saturday from Kentucky where
,bey had been spending a few weeks
Mr. S. J1. Evans and family, of
lonnoke, Va., camne to Newborry last
vcek tc v'isit Mr. Evans'rielatives. They
of u yesterday for their home.
Miss Or'a Schumpert, of Newberry,
3. C., is oa a visit to her aulit, Mrs.LP.
Jord es '3a1ilard, on Washington street.
--Mon roe, N. C., Advertiser.
M%ir. J. D. D)avenport, of D)avenport
k. Renwick, returned from the Noirthi
3rnI markets on Friday last, and Is
buisy op)ening upl the beautiful stock of
tronds selected while n.hrnad.
Ieasaut Day nt T. It. I.Oltzp;y'I-yiocles
by D. P. Dunewn mnd It. T. V. ltnor.
The Allmiuce Awakiind to
New Intcr.st. *
priday, Aminist 271.h1. was ia momora
4i dayt\o tlose wilo h1141 the pleasuro
if attending thi alliaeo pienic at It.
I. Leitzsey's. 'Tihe pienic was under
h1o ausplices of G-tirmally and John
1ono11 alliaIces. NedlOSs to tell what
>leasure, elljoyment, and instructivu
ddresses one missed if he were absent.,
or theso alliances never do thilgs by
Ilves. It was a grand success in
very respect, and tie prograllme ar
anged by the committee was faithfully
arried out. Though an unustially hot
ay, ther was a large crowd present,
d each one seemed bent upon mak
ng some one else have a good time.
The committee should be compli
nented upon securing Col. 1). P. Dun- 8
all, Manager of the Farmers' ',x
lango, to speak on this occasion. He
poke of the object of the alliance, I
vihat the ailiance had done -and thei
uty of the allancemon to keel) up1)
h-'r organization. This is Col. Dun
at a favorite theme, and space and I
ime forbid going into his well pre- I
ared address in detail. He was Hs
oned to with marked attention by all
At the close of Col. Duncan's ad
r8s, dinnor was announced. Those
ho have attended picnics in this
cighborhood know what well prepared
askets the good ladies furnish, and on
his occasion the table was again filled
eith good things to eat. But in addi
lon, the two alliances had furnished a t
iot of hash, which was well prapared <
oy Mr. Levi Kibler. Too much pralse
annot be given to the alliance picnicc
In the afternoon Col. R1. T. C. Hun
or, President of the County Alliance,
nade it practical ind cominon-sonse
pcoch. It was full of good advic,
md by the gooi attention shown, wits
,pprociated by all who heard him.
Muich good was accomplislhed by the
poeches, as renewed interest will he
aken in attending all alliance meet
ngs, and new members will soon be i
dded te both alliances.
A pleasant day was spent by all
>resent; groups of men could be scen
ixchanging views on farming; tile
rood women of tile neighborhood hold
ng their accustomed chats; and ill tile
ifternoon dancing was participated in
oy some of the young people--the Spar
anburg String Band furnishing the L
Leitzscy & olk kept the crowd as
ool as possible with ice cream and
Not until late in the afternoon did
lie crowd disperse, and then to re
nomber the day as one of the most,
)leasant picnics spent (1u-ing tile sea
Deaifness Cannot be Cured
y ' calapplicatilons as they Cainot reach
ho diseasod port Ion of it hi itar. Thore Is only
no way to Curt Deafnes, and that is by Con
titullonHIl ron'edlies. Dutfness I. caused by
n1 inflamod coudition of tin in 11cous lining
f the Eustalan '.1,b. V hen1 thlis tnbo
eta Infl.amed you have a rumiblling soundlt of
mp)erfect heauring and( when it, is ent,irely
losed D)eafcess is t lie result and11 uniless thle
nlflmmatIin canl be taken out and this tuo
estored to its noral conlditionl, hlear in
till bo deOs royrtd forever; nino cas (lout of
oniw aecausedt by catarih Iiwhichl Is nlotlug
>ut, anl infhlamed conitIlonl of theo mlucous sur
WeT will aive ono Hium'ured Dlolluars for ally
aso of Denfiness (caused by cat airrh) that, can1
tot be curc(d by liis Catarrh (ure. send
or ecircuhars fre'.
F. J1. Cn Ni.Y & Co., Toledo, 0.
'Wdold by Druggists, 7fc.
One 40 Horse-Power Enlgine.
0One 20 Horse Power Engine.
One 12 Horse-Power Enloino.
One 16 Horsc-P~ower Bioi 01r.
Lot of Shaft,ing and Pulleys of vari
Apply to Heriald andi News. f&tt.f
WHAT IS NICER
Th~lan a dlish of good sweet
urnHip fo1kr din ner? Nothing.
Xnd it is very easy to get if
~an buy cheaper than over at
Robertson & Gilder's
Trho Newh erry (Giurs
Have r'celvedl their uni fo)rms andl
~itns and1( soon our city will be0 enli venedl
y the tramp of the mil11itiameln. Thell
'Ompan.yl1 now hals 36t act.i ve111 members
nd is inl a illluish)lingl conit, ion.
TIhe uiiforml is of the regulationl
JInited States palttern1 and( thel rifles arie
he0 latest impr)loved.
The companiy is no0w reheaCtrsing anId
vill about October 10111 preset, t,o tile
mlblicl an! excel1lnt p)lay entitled
'Imogenle, or the witcih's secret.''
Capt. L4angford has his 1m1en undler
foodl control andl will cro long haive tile
wmack companiLly of tile State.
HARRIS1/ LI THIA WA TEI
Carbonlatedl Litiai Water,
Sold to the Wholesale and
Retail tradeQ at lowest Prices b)y
S. B. Jones,
Ageunt for Nowherry.
We are Giving Away
A Book of very valuable
pr'esci iptionis. C'all and get
one; it will cost you nothing.,
ROBERTSON & G4ILDEI
tAf3m Drgist.s on ile Conen.
Royal makes the food puare,
wholesome end dltkws.
RtOYAL BAKING POW0ER CO., kr W YORX.
Celebrated for Its great leavening
trength and healthfulness. Assures
ho food against alum and all forms of
dulteration common to tho cheap
LOYAL BAKING POWDERVO.,NEW YORK
Items From Mlaybieston.
Hurrah for the widowers! "rom what
can hear they are taking the day
Mrs. Carrie lenwick, who has been
isiting her parmits in Spartanburg
'ounty, returned home last week ac
ompanied by hor sister, Miss Ann Mv
'arley, and nieco, Miss Carrie King.
Mrs. Fannic Pant, of Newberry, is
isiting Mr. .1. Ed Cofield's family.
Mr. Thomas 1. Chandler, of Beth
den, visited in this communit,y not
ong since. Como agailn, "lRoyal."
Mr. Pettus Baker was in this neigh
orhood not very long si ice for his first
ime. I lopo11 ho enjoyed himself well
nough to come again.
Mr. Jim Lyles, of Pairileld, has been
m a visit to Mrs. S. 1-. Chick.
Rev. 1). A. Phillips is holding a pro-.
Iaeted meeting at henezer. It will
lose on the 1ifth Sunday, and on that
Iay lie will coimiieice i nm1etinig ILL
oger's, near Goshen Ili 11.
Mr. John ,'pps and daughter, Miss
,lcy, have been visiting at Mr. .. 1).
Miss Exrinl Cofield, who has been visit
ng 1her sister, Mrs. Jeter, at Lon"
lale, returned 1101110 last week.
Rev. B3lantoni will hold his protracted
iiceting in the Baptist church the first
veck in September.
Mr. Warren Subor, of the Alollohon
ection, called on his best girl in thit,
omniiiity last Sunday.
Miss Nettie Moore, lovely and charm
ng. is home again from Beth 'den,
mld we think sli left her heart over
here, but Nettle, "exchange is no rob
kliairy 1elle" cherishes swent mem
wies of the delightful correspondeits'
>icnic. She never enjoyedt aiything
)Ietter. Made m1any pleasant Itc(Iuaint.
LIICos whiCh she hopes to renew in tle
utuire. Clad Mr. lditor appreciates
)ir feeble attempt to help lihim with
uIs paper. I amill v01ry sorrTy I did not
nuet "Chips."' If lie does not thlink I
ali pck "lgooses'', &c., I'll convilee
0im of it, at our next pienic if he will
iave a goose there. I was well pleased
vith the P"dltor and family, correspon
lents and print.ors, but I aimi anxious to
cuow if there is a 'devil" in the pirint
ng ollice these.days, or has the modern
>rintingpress killed the "devil"? If
lot, I would just like to know which
)m1e of the crew I liet, has the honor of
)eing the '"devil"'. I hope t,hese pien ies
vill coniti nue iand cement the friendshailp
bus began. I f I should happen to die'
leforo the next one imy requiest is
'leatse bury mec in 'somiebody's' back
August 29, 1897.
ultoin's Arn.ica. salve.
The best Salve in the world for Cu Is,
llruises, Mores, U leers, Salt Rheumi,
ever' Sores, Tetter, Chape H))( -ands,
3hillblaI ns, Corns, and allI Skin Erup
lons, and( positively cures Piles, or no0
myi requlired1. It is guaranteedl to give
lerf'ect satisfact lon or money refundl(ed.
'rIce 25 cents per box. For stile by
.obertson & Gilder'.
Uf For sale by3
.A.. O. eTO .N3 S
Originator andl Le~ader' of New Styvles
and P rices, Main street, Newherrv', S.
C. Termins: SP1OT CASH .
Isi fully prepared to do anuy re
pairi work priomiptly
B3est Buggies anmd Har'nes*s for
the money al ways onl hand1(.
The Comp)any miakes a specialty
of repairing Buggies, Wangons,
Cotton Oins, etc. Also manufac
tures any style Wagon).
Clall and examine the work.
are puit up ini good sty'le andl at
reannnln ratns. I. tf
Como to the plile tild UxhibitIoi
mI Wednlesday, soptembor Ist. Prof.
.. C. Counts has Inado over-y arran11ge
neut to make the occasion Interesting
mud enjoyable. Cote and brintg well
Cotton pileking hats commenced on all
Idos. Mr. 1. M. MCook was the first
me of our farmers to sell a new bale
'or '9'7, having ginned and sold oi
Mliss .I anle K inard liut rt.u- rnt d home
eter a four weeks' stay in Cohlimlibla
Master Charlile Kihle. Is v1sitig his
istcr, Mr's. A. A. Singley.
Mrl. ILIwton Long is building a now
twollilng on his plave lin Mt. Plgrl1in
ection. Mrl. .1. A. K iitu'd has the ( eon
Mrv. J. 1). Stone its finished paint
ng the school building. and It's now a
Mr. J. Willio KInaIIId will leav)
,his week for Coliinhia. where he has
1gain acceptod the position offered
Jm as drg eirk witi DI)r. 0. Y. Ow
ngs, a leadinlg (liggist. of that, cit,y.
Messrs. Carrol Shaly and J. W. KI
lard spent Satu'day night, with friends
i Utopia section.
Rev. W. W. NcMorries will ili his
'egilulr appolintmelnt. inl t.hle school
louse nlext sunldaly aftovrnoon att. 3
Quite a nmber of ti'v yolog, folks
41joyed all ice (.l'cam111 festivail at I-'rof.
1. S. Wheeler's residence l"iiday
light. The evening was pleasantly
pentu eating ive erellin ami playing
IIarmiless gamles of var-ious kcinds.
Ve spent, Satilurday in Newber'y.
Dring our stay il the eity we, in ('ol
ntny With i spevild friend, had the
>1 llesre of visiting the new li'Itteran
-hiur-ch atId lookilng throhtio that. nice
milding for It'e lir-st, tilme. \ve el
mly say (the new chulrich is a1 "healluty."
ktid s1waks well for the 1.u1Itevans of
Iloulse of sevel room-, L,t th rIe
l't 's. A pply t.o (;. . 0 -roin r. fLSta.f
- - - FALL ANI
I have just recceiv(<d firow
& (.,(. sonle of, their latc.st prodl
SIA C IO CK IE1 .1, ox I)
FR,INCl1 CA LF, inl bals an
lasts. Zeigler Bros. Lile of
Ladies' Misses' and C
Fine SHOES for
have arrive<d. Thest. Goods 11
alnd wezi r. WN e guarn alitee 'v
TAl._ A R- PA IS, I
BO(STO'( N ,(NM \MO.N-S
We4are ;ellintg thea best I.umlies'
that h, imt b- to fit. '-outher n fet. Ca tll
W. E. P
OF THE UNV
Assets . . . .
(4 poir cet.. Stitadard) 1
and all other
Liabilities . . .
Surplus, 4 por' een t.,
'JTh Sooity lhas paid( $253,956,35 I
no0w holds1 $210,773,947 of Assets
making a total of $470,730,298. Thi
thtan 38 years froum it's organization,1
other comipanIy hasm paid( and1( alclI
of its history. Theii Equlitall vrites
wanti- --Tonttinto, Annuaitl D)ist,ribut ion,
T1ormi, ainy (ot' fotrms of policies.
Call and1( 800 m4e( bfore assur'ing yo
Theli Eq uit.ablo is absolut ely sn fo, at
find1 it to thoi r interes5t to (lxainIo it
'To Equiitaible issues policies oni b<
TO THE TUN
I Haud W1me hOWle1 s howl no more
When they reach 0. Klettnor's store.
Wit. prico,3 lower thain their "Pile."
A froi Is changed into a smile.
IT'S A FACT
Peoplo como higro and plank down
Ald time prices but are greatly pleats
1d when they boar the clink of retur
No wondor our competitors
endeavor to compete with us.
We, however, compete with
none but excel them all by
saving money to every one
that trades with us.
Wicu ARE. A PFlW O
1,000 boxes bhlielig, sift-top, petr box, IC.
1.000 boxes blacklng, per box, IC.
1,600 Ibs. Arm I. Soda (keg) per lb. 21v.
30 water buckets (wood each, 7e.
,00 suispidors, per pa r, 00.
Note. Our witidows illu.trate the
immense erib tickling bargais that
awatit all who buy their goods from
The .tir and Square Dealer.
STATm OF BOUTI CAROLIN A.
CUIJ N1Y 0F NEW BERRY-IN
PRO BA TE CO RT.
.1aties J. Laiane, as Adminilst.rator of
Alfred (Cldwell, deceased, Plalitilf,
a1taillst natneCld well et.. al., D)e
Comlplaint to sell land to pay debts, &c.
B Y VIRTU- 14O AN ORDiRR IN
3the above entitled case, aill the
((lditors of Alfred Caldwell, deceased,
are hereby required to present, and es
tabl ish heir claims, under oath before
this ('ourt, on or before the first day of
0vt ober, A. 1). 1897.
W. V. HODG1S, J. P. N. C.
Agust 17, 1897.
) WINTER. - -
the factory of' Lilly Bracktt
uicts for Ilnen's wear11 in. RUS
L OD, C(OR)DOVAN, AND
(d c()ng, Ol tile latest to6s and
hildren's Medium and
Fall and Winter
ad the market for Style, Fit
TOE- . T1HIE L!ST OF NEW
1ENOX, BROAD WAY,
E~NSE, LONDON AND)
ING HLEE LS.
12.0I Shoe mtade. 'ih hiis at.he only line~
uid let us~ .-hiow you oura stock.
TPhe Shoe Dealer.
I Price at
& Gilde r's
:r 1, 1307.
. . . 173,496,768
. . . $43,277,179
ice . . $915 102,070
tA) its pol icy. holers, and ini add(itiona
(of wichi $.13.277, 179. is Surplus),
is rcord coverinig a period of less
is over $21I2,79I,000 mor than anly
ated withint thle corresponding period
anay form of policy thme assured may
Enidowmeint, Guaran teed (Cash Value,
tur lives olisewheore. ..
nd( pe(rsonls wishing insuirnhc. wvould
a plans hofo taking out a 'policy
>1h male and female lives.
UJR KITBLER, Age-nt