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10. H. AULL, Enrroa.
STATE PRESS ASSOCIATION.
One of the most delightful session
of the State 'ress Association %%a
hold last week at Ilarris Slings. Ih
fact, I do not think I ever saw at nor
Ileasanlt p)arty. E:veryl)ody Was in goot
ltnor and seemned to have come to the
mecting with the one p1),t)pl'se of enjoy
ing it and making it pleasant to tha
others who were there. That is the
way to inake these gatherings p)rolit
able, as well as pleasant.
The attendance this year was large
about, as large as we ever have, ani
t,bere was no outing booked. ''hal
sometiinec attracts. Soine editors g
to the meeting of the Association just
in tine to get. In on the trip, and att
nothing about the business and discus
sion::. It wits not so this year.
Then there were a nuiher of hadi(
In the party, and they always muake the
ncetings more pleasant, and p)rotitablr
It was not. the purpose to have too
mnuch prograi, and there we-re fewer
patlers than usual. but, the (lulery hox
and the disculSSiotl and talks made up
for the absence of papers, and then :.le
social feature was emphasized in this
lileting, and everyone seetied to ap
iove- that featutre.
All the readers of The I leral andl
News know where Ilatrris Stpr1"'1gs is.
The hotel this year is in cbarge of
Mr. It. L. l'ox. and he was attentive to
his guests and did alI he con Id for their
ernfort. and pleasure. I never heard
atny coIn1)laint from our party. '.'he
hotel was tilled to its capacity all the
week, but no one sullfered by over'
cro wtt ng or for want of plenty to eat.
The serv ice is very 12'0ot. ( )f cour'se.
.1i l arris was therc, and so was
Ch'iaude ;a'rt t. for wit hout the-e two
it would not be the sta1ne plate.
in fact. the Aociation decided to
return for another ycar in the face of
several strong and uirgant. invitation
to go elsewhere. We have never he
fore net t wo sucec~i e yea rs in the
A grea t nottny of the tuIernbt'rs s'eeiced
pleased with the idea of ruaet in. at at
resort like this and having aill of us
live in ihe sttlam hotel, and thus lie con
stantly thrown together.
As I have sahl, no Itrip or out, ing was
taken fron this mecting, but steIar
were taken to Inake a trip to ('uban
sonietirne during the winter, wltn it
will he pleasat:t to go thert'. \' will
mueet in Columbia and take a look at
the wonderful 1 wogress thatt is bcing
iaatde by the tapital a'ity inl Iaterial
growth and development, and then
heavec fromi here for I 'uha, whIiere we
will spend severitl datys.
Th'le A ssoc i iatin wats fortuntte this
year in seenurinzg thie serv ites of I oh.
I 'leasantt A . S tavall, tof the Savatnntahi
(at.) I' tess, its t hie atnnuial ovat tr. l Ie
is tinte of thea miiost cult ircad newspaplai
menct in this coutattry. I Ie gatve us, in
'tteadl aof a s peechI speaitIly pareparead
fair the ocatasitan, his teat arit ton Maexi.
co, tat rather "W\hat ani Vatditor Saw in
Alexico," iad varyaunie wats nta, only'
del ighited, hut, cnt ertaineal antd l astruuct
rat its well. C'oh. Stoviall is a tiheasat
speakecr, and at tn atrtist in wordl paitt
We hiatd w i th us atnotheri yountg (. eoi.
gia editaor, lint, one whoi is so niara ta
Soauth (Catrolinaa, iad whot hats such a
larga clietatge ini thiis St atte, that,
thintk hie is eligible to membaahersip,t)
r'efer' to Mr i. . 1 T 1ta00k, tihe atble aedl
tali (if the Augutsta (hrIic ie. Our wa
(of din g bust iess seemeda to hie it treve
lattioni to himii. In filet, lie eonl tao
iandelarst and ho tw a I' ess Associatian
ecouhld hatve an ty busi ness. Ills idalt atim
the ( ('orgia itt of a l'ress Assaoaciai
t.iaii is ltiiameLt ad pay youri a'atues atta
hmtnedtitately go tan a junketintg touria
While we tdo not. enrea to tailk to inutel
shopt at. taut' tameetintgs, yet it is somei a
ltiiies proli tatble itatd p1leaat,t tao di sa
We hope' the ase t.wtio I tate tyounatia
(eoargiut edlitors w,vill comate to set' ui
aigain, and1( tomte ofitn.
'lt'ar is tant fe'at,uii'at, Itarris Sprtinig
this ye'ati thatt is ant improtavetmentt tave
formeaaar yearas. itand thlaat is the tivery
ar. rti staow ,',who hats chiarge tat its
givyin g good se'rvicte.
transaeteal bay thea l'tes s Asso i at.iotl
this yeari wits to get. statne of thet toldet
mzeumbl.ers -those whlo wer icha'ate
tiomaber's, atidt who have baeen conneiet
oil w i th joralati sm in t.IIs Stitte for
half ceturily-to give uis totr pubialc-a
tiont somie of their personat r'ecollet
tiotas. '1This dloes tnot iterfaere wit1I
alr. Yates Snowideni's papaer, buit, me
liket Cot. J1. A. Iltoyt, Cot. 'T. 11. ('rewt
Wilson citan faarn'iIshI somea interestI in;
hitstory thait wiltl be pized atnd ilapre
ciated by the yountger' ment itn Lh
work, arid I hope they will go to wortl
at one and wr'ite their bketches.
Trho following olliters were electel
for anothera year:
PresIdent- liberti H. Atull, loral
and News, Newbrr~y.
1et Vice-PIresident-N. C. Gonzales
2d Viceo-rcaIdent---J. I,. Simu, Times
and Denocrat, Orangeburg.
Secretary.-C. C. Laugston, Intelti
Troasurer--August Kohn, News and
Chaplain---Rev. Sidi II. Birowne,
Christian Neighbor, Columbia.
1Ixeut.ive CoIm itteo---'holleers,
and MI. B1. AleSweeney, I.oui Aippelt
and .Jas. A. loyt.
it was at SOur1ce of sad regret to all
the muembers that our Treasurer, Nlaj.
l"rantz Mlechers, declined re-election,
and that his health was so feeble. I
trust, he nuy be spared yet many days.
The As oeiationl never had a more
faithful, Iore patinstaking, or mlore
ourteous a(I obliging oI:eer than
Aptrt, flomva the Association, there
was at Very genia i party of ladlies and
gentlelneln at i arris Sp'ings hist week.
'T'he:;e guests seemed to take an inter
est in o111' meetirlgs, and we were glad
to meet, thein. The bal"iuet was So
arr'anged at: to take ii' not, only the
enlmbers of the Association, but all the
guests as well. There was another do
parture this year which seemed to
lmeet the approval of all the Ieillber.s.
The president annoineedI that, he haul
taken the matte' in hand ard had de
itied to have no post,.prallmlial oratory,
and so the regular annual Speech by
Col. Stovall was the only after' (inner
\Itoget,her it was at utaost delightfil
meet,ing, and I think onji)yed by all
who were pr'esellt.
It was a matter' of r1,egr-et that (Gov.
.\leSweenev, who is at maem)ber of the
\ssoeiat,ion, could not meet with us on
aeeounto of otlicial duties.
E. 11. A.
a-:xce:sfaor' ' 1-:Ining.
We have hadt. good rains in this see
tion atndI tr p pwospects l:av"e been Inudh
The roguula service in the school
houwe next Sun(day afternoon. .
\ar. J. \\'. Iinr,l of Coimnhia. is ny
On a fw'v days vi.-it to his mother' s fama
The well t, ihe schoolhot se hl'a a s been
com lt 'ed, alndi water can noW he had
nut'th atuaore monvenient.
.\liss I,illa lmer hats bee visiting
hr si:-ter, Mrs. (roter, of this section.
IProf. It. C. Count has been on a visit.
to 'latiVes atand fr'ierals at. 1'omariat.
.\Mr. and Ilt,. A. 11. .1 illerl have been
on a vi.it to I'rof. .1. S. Wheeler's fan
?lisses Ikttie \\'er.s and .lanie Ki
nard hatvet a'tur1aa1-it- hole from their
visit at I.eco.villt'.
\lr. I.ehnd Schum pert ati wife have
't'tta-n'ed to t.h(ir hlone at \'auleluse
after Visitinlg his fatther's famiyi here.
W'e think frienl (hilps ims made at
g)Od selection in atppointilng a eolmmit
tte to wor'k uip tht eor'r'espordnts' pie
iie. Now go to work, frieids atl get
the pien ie in shlape.
ar. I). Itb Cook. wi ft ama chailrena
visit 'dt retlti ve at I 'rosprai ty latst,
lan ainikiaaiglanelition~ of Inagetinag our1
friendts att .lolly St root on Saturadayv we
omi1tted theii namle (If "'I,eona." whoma
we also luet andl ('njoyedI a haem-ty' handl
shake. I ,oana wa-ai't feelinag uwell but1,
wei feet sur' lao tajoyetd thet dayas wteVt
r lefaiaa in good ham1lis.
Alr'. G . S. I.oaag lmts beeno ill this st'a
tion1 the pa~st weekI buaihlingv a brick
shaop for Aira. .l. ( . Counllt s.
a'v. Ilhutiatna .oarek itad fatinily, of
IlAxinagtona ('oulmt.y. is spenodinag a few
(days witha huis brothIer, alr. .1. 1). I.oriek
atnd famaaily, oIf this eonaunuiaty'.
D r. C. In K.i blor, o)f Cl~arksbur ag, Vat.,
is (on a few weeks visit. ta reltativyes anda(
fr'ienads ill this nieighblorhIoodt.
le tssr's. Si ngley I rOS. ar'e still satw
ing hunaaber oc'asianally in thais neigh
borht tod. ThIais sitw anill haus alradyti~
le in th IScommunIllity.
31a. .lohn 3latthew'is, supIer'intendenat
of thle C'ottoaa Sced Oil Mtill att Ninety'
Six, hats heen downl with his ftaily
sta.nd illg sev eralt days with taehtiv es
andai friendas inl thais naeiglhboarhood.
i\ a. ( . S. I A)ig, ofi Bet blhema see
1101n, camae overI ta tI he IPro'Sperity rotter
anill wit,h a toad oIf w heat hast week,
anad on Satuirday maornainag as Mar. ,onag
wits r'eturniaag home1 with his tlaaur hais
little son1 whio was wvitla haima felt froma
t hae wagonl at M a. (;. A. Sinagley 'srei
dt'nce and11 onet of the whaels (If the
'orhIett, haptpened'a to bea iln thait section1
at. the timea, anid on exmianinlg the lit.tlto
boy, founad nao honaes were bra oken and(
hei wasi1 (only )atin1fullytbruIised. 'TIwats
forattunat the little haay watsn't kitllad,
tad we are1. gltad to1 learna he w,as oly
tainfultly bru(is.ed. 1'aarents shaouhll tbe
very 'catre ful ian such cases5 with thoir
Sun lday mlornling we haad thc paleatsure'
oIf hieatrin an.~it ale sermaon pr'atleahe in
Gra1ceOta( church, IProspieri ty, 5. (.., by3
I ''otf. ('. It. l"isher, who is taveling In
tho Inter-est of stutden ts foa lizabheth
College, at. 'laiualotto, N. Ci. P,. f.
hisherca showed thle anaaty ai'antaages
Idoeri ved from aO ithlorouighI( eduation,
anod wouahdl that eery younlag ladty andil
youn 1g 1m1an0(1( o ld receiv at t01 coge ed1u
eatioin. Pronf. Ii shoer Is an able1)1 sp)eaker
and( a1 g(ood wor'ker, ataaa we wisha him
su1ccess inI surl'ing I ldy stutdent s for
I is c (olletge. G laud we had thte pleas~ure
of meet,in lg I l'(f. "isher a. Sn;uM.
'IThe sooth ing and4 haling pr'aloert ies
d aiaahaer'lainl's (og R(aa emedyaat'a~, its
pleatsaant taste itaad promllpt anad pera~ 1
annt, eures, haIve madt(e it,1a great fav
orite with pl)ehl ever'ywhaere. Fokr
satlo hy wV tl. 'lumm nD ..i...tt
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL TIlE NEWS OF A LiVE AND PRO
The rains have made everything
look new and fresh, and the continued
showers are keepin;g things in good
slape. \Ve hope that our farmers will
yet. realize liandsoinely for their toil ing
and reap a generous harvest, of golden
The lIev. M. P'ressley, of Statesville,
N. C., held a series of meetings in the
A. H.. I'. church, and preached some
powerful sermons which we hop) will
result in much good. lie left for his
holne on 'l'tuesdav.
IRev. \lr. Kirkpatrick has been oil
the sick 'i:t, but is able to he out again
mucI to the deligllt of Ii friends.
i)r. IIllalan is enjoying the month's
vacation voted hint by Grace congrena
Rievs. iilanton and Arial arve hain
Inl'ring atway despite tlie hot weather
and p erspiraItion. We hopel to soon
chronicle that t,ly are talcinlIg i well
There was iL game of baseball at
.ohlstone .\eaiemy I'uesday evening.
tie-Ver-al of ou1- basealllists went up,.
Haven't heard the result..
('hips, old man Kay has been in town
sinc last Friday evening, and I think
was on tle look out for you. It nuay
be IIat he had that job ill his locktc
for 3011 lid you'VU missed it. I)rop
hi ia line and let the old Ianl know
when the pienie will comne off. I know
he would like to he thtere.
News ill these diggings is scarce. It
is hot, but then that's no liews.
I'rof. Aiull carne down from )ysons
Sattulday aul is spending a few day s in
town. lie will attend the reilnion at.
'l'her"c will be qllite a lal" delegation
1onl here to the reunion on the 1ith.
'owne down, \]tr. I:ditor, and all the
It is reported that there are somc
lorm1on elders in the St. I,uke's See
tion lreltch ilg theire cursed doctrines.
I believe that I am tolerant of all reli
gins, but. I would, if I could, larch
sueh lrealeliers of falsehood out of Ianv
conmilnun11ity, andl if they WOlltI not, ilove
on WOuld favor 5unlnlatry pun1i,hmnent,.
Let. themn get their walking papers in
,hott order, and keep going. 1)on't let
such teachers taLrrv for Ia night. They
have tile condeminut ion of (Irist.ian
people e"Verywherec, and are not. worthly
of (1hristian entertatinmuent I)on't let,
thoir" lecherous aadows fall athwart,
the thresholdy of yur houIe:,. lake
t1cn nloVe on, or Voml r1llly 1' ;" retL the
day o aIillowed the volf to cnterl your
happyle homne. T1heret is tlt,l,hing good
in thlein. Away with thel from yourI
I'rof. ('. l,. T. I'i,her, l''.iiabeth1
('olleg', ltreatehedl in (Grace ehurceh
Stlay, atnd 11u11d1 An earnlest plea for1
the better eIlcation of our't girls. lie
relorts good ln"ogress with p1u1 ils for
the next. sesion.
I'resilent. (;to. I3. ('ronlIer. of New
berry (College, wasL ini to'wn (n Alonday
onI 1his way1 hIome from1 jo it coinferene
aLt tile "i lue cIn- h.'' iIe reporIIts Oilt
1(ook pron101iising bu 11t largely LIipended
LIn th clrLolS, iLndl we hiope withl tlhe
prlesenlt good rainls everythIinlg will be(
as he hoplies.
towni onI Sundallly inl aLttendlance uponIl
services Iat the A . 1k. I'. chulrchl.
Alisses Mlaggie anLiliIly May liussell
havt e return iled froii ai pilasant, trip to
I )'. (Corbtett's mhothler anid sister (of
Suinter, after' a very pleaLsanlt, visit, to
ouri towIIn i, retuirinedl to thir il home oin
NIrs. F., F'. Y otng 1and1 1little Maly
Lizzi e WisI have gonie to l,ittle AMounI
tin to take inl the reuionl.
Ir. .1 . I . L athanl ILnd wi fe, (of Little
Alounitainl, spent1 Siundaly iln town, the1
giuest of Mir. A. G. WVise.
Miiss MIlie I obb, (If Columbjia, is at
110111 spend1(in her v11 acation.
Tile youngfl folks aL e halvinIg IL socil
Lon ighit, Tu'Iesday, at the residLenee (of
(CIlpt. L . I. l2Oagle, (of the Klond1(1Icke,
wsinl to1wni the paLst' weekc visitLing hIis
aunlIt, NIrs. 8. I. Vellers. lie haLs growni
iinto (liite Ia file youing Ililin.
NI i. A. II. K ohn , returnIed to Columll
blin, onl Wedniesday.' lie w ill mloIve hiis
famIlily downI Iln aboumt 30o days lIe tells me.
NI IS. I arLd , of tile ( alrollina News,
wias in toIwn (1ne. dayL the pasLt week.
We tink th Ilat. ou r little town m ust,
ilav e Sillue iLttrLLtionis foir herC, at11d we
hope thait sheL (lan see heri way safe to
I 'iof. IL. I,. IDa~ntzlIer ha~s been in
t.owni shlain g hantfds wi t.h hiis friends.
Gliad tol mleet andIL grecet. 1him1 TraIin.
ile Foleti he Sugeon .
of WVest J1ellersona, O.. aftera suller ing 18
dieL unIIless ai olst ly opeWral iOnl wasper
fornimed; bt hle (Iere himllf wvith iIve
tboxes. (I' Blcklteni's A\rnic 1(1 alve', thIe
Sal ve'~l in i the worki. 2.5 cont IL box.
8(old13 byi Il d ruIggists.
In ( alons,
ilso R ubber(lls for samne forl
sale cheCap tl
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Tiao Becon Iograhloafne.
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Ietoorol. gIcal Iecord for July.
itaximumi Iemnperattur"n, I10:1, 15th and
AlIIiImnm1 tenip'r'ature, ;,ti, 2nd.
Alean telperattin-e, 80.1.
Mlcan max. tetnperatuire, 92.5: mnean
minl. temperature, 67.M.
Total precipation, :1.22 inches.
(;reatest. precipitation in any 21 con
secutive hom-s. I. 14, on 26ith.
Clear days, 7: partly clowdy, 15:
eloudy, 9: on whib .01 or more proci
liitation fell, It) .itih, thiunder cloud
passed ar"ound: lth, hail near .1alapa
and a very high wind: Nlth, drought
liainfatll 7 mnthls ISUt), 27.26i inches.
1tiifall 7 monthis 1898, 28.08 inches.
iitl i rail ,July, 1899, :1.22 inclies.
lIainfall July, 1898, 99.2 inehes.
AdvertIn( I, .ttorn
i lttainin in the postollire at .New
berry, S. ('.. for week end iug Augus-,
A.-John Archie, Albert Aiill.
R.-,lohn liailey, \larshall Ilond". 1 k
C. A nderson ('oats,.1ohn1 Couints, .1ohnit
(..-D)ave Gilliamn, C.ha, Green, (;us
Giray, .resst: lr , 'lG ay l m
ay .1ohn (i'iflin (to(I).
II. Jos iludgens (2), Adam 1lender
on, Claude l lendlerson, Mlackl<ien
d "r:tin, G:eo. 11a0tter.
.--I'eter .1 ones, Iioit .lhnsou, Isaac
.iloh nst one, Tom Jones, Jesse Joltes,
.i( :Jackson, Will .Jones.
I -ambert l\ ing.
I..-l'ibert I iV"ngstone, Walter Lee.
ii.-.\dat .\lme ran. .JolhI .lalTett.
N.--.Ii"rry Nam- 11.
1' - lonlii I'ope. lleniy I'iester, .os
I. -. olohn eeder ..Jack I ttherford.
S.- Irank Spearl ilt, l'hil Sand(ers,
Wtilis Singleton, Ike Shell, Sanm
St.eph ens, .1 oh n Suber, l loward
SinitIh, 1Irooks Saniders, I,d Sl ighI,
Iml Shieppartd, Nempl St.ockmani,
G .o Sims.
TV. W\~ill Tiodd , Simton Thiompisoni.
W\. lCTnney Whlitenier, '1Tom WVilson,
S'i.r SOnts cal linig for these letteris will
pilease say they were ad vertised.
"'is wortht a bag of gold."' Th is
aplplies with sp)eciatl rorce to IIood's
SarsaparillaI, A imerica's G neatest Mied
AMITY LOM NO. 87 A. F. M
..l.of A nity ~I odge., No. 87, A. I". M\.
will bec beh IiX 1ext olonay ( eenIitg at
8(10 o'clock, ini AlIason ic Ilalhl. Visitig
brethren (cord(ially welcomedQ(.
A. C. .JON ES, WV. M.
-L. 11. M. K(iNAaf, Secretary.
BRIDGES TO LET.
~ lAIMD) l)i1)S WILL 13I' Iti.
K eelv,ed unti Atugus, 14th, 1899,
for' a steel span fit feet lontg by 12 feet
wvnh'. witht tbular iceeWs I1) feet, high,
to he lputt across I Iushl river' itt Werber''s
I w,yill let, to the l owest, hiddeir it w,,ood eni
brid ge know asOWi 1-larmtfitoni's br'idge,
atcross5 ltusht ri1ver,
lI ights retser1'ved to re jec2t anyi nnd a21fll
bids. W. A. 1(LL,
.I lily 29, '19.
S. C. MILITARY ACADEMY.
t'llee (of Chalimani IHoard1( of Visi tors.
Ch'Iarleston,. S. C.. Ju lly I, 189..
O EVACANCY IN IWN lFICI
ary adethipi he South-l Carfo
i AliitaryAcaem ex"cists in t,his,
Ne22whetry Counftty. IBlain ks for afpl i
cation for perit, to center compt etttivye
exainaifitiont with sheiet, giving i'ees
sary'3 inftforimation catn he obtaiiinert fr'om
(-he respe5ct.iv count'(llliy suitn'iitendenftts
(if edneat ion. AlI aIppl ienttis, ful Ily
and( e.lar ly made ouit, miiust he In th'e
1ha2ds of t.he(1111 Chiman by the ist, (day
(. S. GA1)SlN,
C hatimani loardm or Viusitots
Conmmodious1 bttild ings; puref' watter.
.hre otursesm for dlegr'ees, with eleet
ood lib'atry: work ing Laboratory.
Elielenft, preparat'itory deparit,mteitt.
Ilimrdi, tulitioft, antd all fees per21 year
nied not, exceed
$160 ill ~oceiate DcDartitit,
$90 in PreIliratory Departmenoit.
SNext, sessioni beg:ins Ocetobe.r 2nd.
Flor' eatatlogtie, addr ess
GEO. . C105Now,boresie, '
We will give to every Cash
P.irchaser of goods to th-e amount
of $2.00 or over, a 25 cent bottle
of "CEDARINE" the best furniture
Prices in all my lines are very low.
HOBERT Y. LEA[LL,
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORK,
Coffins and Cskets!
Newberry, . S. C.
Yes, and away below on all
Spring and Summer Goods. Rath
er than carry them over, I will sell
5c. Lawns at 3c., plain and Figured Swiss
Muslin, Organdies, Duck, Piques, &c., at a little
more than half price, which is considerably less
than they cost. Ladies' Misses' and Children's
Oxfords at about half price. A big line of Straw
Hats at a great sacrifice, and many other lines
just as low. Call and get my prices and you
will not regret it Yours truly,
. \". New l Ti ksa u( 11Hags. The best stock of tlhese
goods v(e r Ir(lgit to tii imar1-ket. S. J W(OOTEN.
THE STANDARD WHEEL OF THE WORLD!
FIC1ui lised wviti (I. & J. Clinchder Tires. 1Full of new featuiires. Calljlana see theuui
NATHAN E, AULL, Agent.
HiP'Now Parts for Repairs for saile alo
- -AT --
tail, 1 find1 it, necceOssary' to addIRN newEi
goods, of at icles we have sold out, and
( 00v st opiented live cases of D)ry
L4onsdale Cambrian e o
Fuit of the L oom and
Anidroscoggin Bleach, Em-tei
broideries, Lad ics' UnTder-PAI ONG
vests, in Iings, BaI
shiirIt, and( N otions,il b gad t
aind 303. (IozenI spl)Os of Coates (Jolton s o o i o d
A. C. ONR.C.WAb iTLE IM
I o I 03W $I b04. iipt Uth ow you hi g od
all510. jat lesoui Iaiucos. and toblsell to you.
Com a deel s t ioften. ae om nik
A . . JONESi" ,u3 he AtroyatLw
tiugo (If th e Wiu e st 8.l o Ctlget
W. M. Giten. I'restieu.vaj''tF o in I A (t
Wn (i'siro to (irvct your attention
to our beautiful liun Sheer Gauzy
Stummor I!iashlolls. Th4is lito oml
bracos all the now and tstandllard
things of tho soasonl from cheap to
tino. Tho pries hlave been scaled
down to tho very lowest Imargin inl
order to move tho. You canl sun
inl groat variety
Persian Lawns, Paree
Lawns, Checked and
Striped Lawns. Pique,
Cordette, French Or
gandie, Domestic Or
gandie, Dotted Swiss
Mull,. Dotted Swiss,
Plain and Printed Dim
ities, Lawns, Plain
Muslins. Ask to see
the Special French Or
gandie, reduced i om
25c. to 16'-c.
We are botter prepared than usual
to sorve you with
Wo havo kept. up our stocks, and
will do itr v'ery best to mttko it pay
vol to Visit our store. Polito atten
tion and thet lowest prices possible
is our .')tto.
r& S Mo
To dlo this < i1r this hot
weatheCr (call ofltenl at
WVe clai In to serve
Th'1e best1 .1ce Cream!
Th1e best Soda Water!
"'he best1 Alilk Shakes!
Thje best Water lees!
Theic best Phosphates!
to be had. ( all andl1) he o
All kinds of Marble an d
Als;o M etall1ie, lI osewoodI and Cloth
Caskets and Cases!
HeieI l l ini .is line prompiI tly attend ed
Next D)oor to) Ierl and1( 111 News 011100,
NI'CWIBJRY, . . .C.
ment h: ts history. IFaculiv :1; S.in
dtents I.:,: 'lThree ,\eadeii ('ours,es:
Th) ee' i';Iiet.ivel Corss ~(1 '15 Three I 'rofes
sionl Schools, in 14aw, ini M edici ne and
I'1fl('haac. New ildint1(1tgs, Water
Works' Slendid ibr ariettIs, Latbor'a
AdvanIed( lalses open to womenC.
TI'ition )13 (i( a year, Ior $S11(1* a monthli.
Ampleopport)'ttuni ty ror sel f-help. Schol
1' pshtips and Lones for the needy. Free
Tu'iitiont ror' Te'aers.
Sut n nner Scholol for Teacahe .s. 24i In
For loist.rted.t Itatndbook anid Catl
loguo, addre tss
I'rsiden)t A LD1E~RAN,
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