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-wil by the
tI t1w ' to
a 1 boar-d of eduatIt
i'- wxil h1)ha'e with the
u f : h lie adoption
* .. 1 bi1k,. h!'e beten an
itf't'r tt h g v r
da:. 1 .at he Irealizvd
aw ittri-. taken in thlse
-!l : off 1 th e Slate
i 1 m ! 1! ( '-id(rat ion
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- I )n , them. If v
a :bt-foro him
(.)! rIed the Iut
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of jIdgie nt,
-wi who have
barg e the
ile-a f'airly and
-a I atire al so
i''iri it'ioi il'p oritiondent
1'y . A reh
ii ft Archer is i
-i '111.1r-y cdocntion
-3 h f" . \ V y L \t n.
lte large anld
Mr. H', k !I ii t C
Si 1hbat, ho enjoyed
-I - - f Ithe gifted and
> I; re . I 1.4
Ie.- , .' of thareston i
.-of i. on~ a2'': wad ebilged by
arr a asat teache in the
a h pulic school of Charlstion
a fomth po io . (f n, o vic -p icpa
the N-ied Schoo to( lh itin tfe
peritenentiofthe cty shoo fi a
heen contin iutly iolneterdi. ~
Iityilhools of,('harb tton te
nt .i ha been atOi fitfl a'C
- ch-nton cho . man frmore than ~
S.in- andi' is stilthdi thg cur.
by'~, te~ people offareon. 1
d I. - l'rof.a iG re' Lt o K t igh Aeof I
L ni eille I'raded Co on of e.i
viie Oug edctLioalre rostittos in- c
tc'~onc' pat ofthe furase theis ~
tyo ~i lullrI (I'l andii was edu
~flO~fi a y t Ia-. ' to itll e Ky. s Air
oa~ o- ih d..ns Lim e se to gouca
u-um u.ltuig isrct oe
adorau. :a of te'- hbhet d
9., a' .
in 187.1 with the degre of lmastcr of
ar1tt and soon afterwards hbean his on
reer as a teacher. in th ( Ien viIb
L iIlItairy ,I I( einIrIy under ( 'apt.. -lo n II 11.
I 'atrivck. A few ycars later lie wia;
elected it) fill lte chair of ancienit ilan
ymnges in P"miai niversity anid he
voit.ilnued itn this work until the do
partillent. was divided, the sclol of
Greek being left, under Ii-of. (ook.
Care while that of Latin was plaocd in
Charge of another, the work havin, be
comlie too much for one professor. Since
that time I'rof. Cook has continued toi
fill the Greek chair. ie is a diligent
student of the classics ani is espvcially
well informed upon comparative cty
inology, but his witle reading inv!udes
current events upoi which he keips
Lhoroughly posted, being a careful
reader of the newsparm I 'rof. Cook
possesses at peculiar sense of humoi
which often manifests itself In the
classrooml) to tle deliliht, and instrue
tion of hils pupils. As a teacher he has
been notably successful and has beeni in
the Furmlan faculty longer than any
othiei professors save tle venerable
dcaln, I)r. Judson. Prof. C'ook is promi
invnt in the lkatis6t denouminattior: i.nd .
though a filiet worikcer has done imiuch
for tire cause of (:hristianily, beii an
ordain.d deacon. Ie served several
terms as alderman of (;Ieivilk- with
great satisfaction and declined re-elce
Fifth--I'rof. A. It. I"ainks, of lRovk i
Iill. 'rof. 1inks was boi-ii inl Che-ter
counlt y 53: years ago of good old Zocky s
Creek I'eIshCyleruiill stock, 1ni after at
tiiding the old Mt,. Zion acafeliy in I
its paliiy days atteidt-d ID.vidso cok i
leg-e, from which institution lie was t
grIdutiltted. iIe hits been a IueIb of t,
the lioan of trustees of the college for r
thirty years and his father, who was at s
one tnim l;residIlt of the Mt. Zion i
aentdemii1y at, Vinns-o, was also It
Imietnilb-r of the boalrd of trustees of I Dt- e
vidson fcr thirty years. 'rof. I 1a1, ks e
was supririntemlt of the graled
ehl(ool at "oi-t Mill for thir-teeni ye:ars. 1:
At the solicitation Of his frik-nds whm n
iealizvd his ability its it tvacher andit I a
school maitn he MoveI to 1t k 11:11, atili C
it was iarigely throul-Ogl his effors that p
the excellent, systcmu of graded -chool,h o
in this town wa organiz -1. i1e w.t
sulrintenent for itur yeais wlwn hQ a
tresigreil and t'oved to Yorkvilh- whit-r- i
he conducted the sohiools so.ees4Illy h
for four- yvears. i.'rOm thlie-Vh lI'- ti
turned to Ikock lill whrei lie orgali- h1
ized tho I'resbyterian Ihigh schli of P
Which le is now the prim-ial. Ilis life a
ras been spent in the svhool :md be is e
one of tle most, thorough antd best o
equipped school iinen in ile Stati'. ie i
hits educated sco-es of th- yomng non
anud- yotuiig inVouieii of Yorklle and ad
joiining ounties, inl fact, his pupils are
to be found in all parts of (he Stiate and
they all spake in the highest, wiems of
him as an edueatori and an upright
Sixth -Ilion. W. A. Il-own, of Ala
iion. Alr. lrown is ia maIn ill the prine
of Middle life. lie was btriia Uld ICalr-d
oin the fairii, about, vight, Ililes f ou
his counity seat. lie represent t.he con
neeCtiig link between the ante-elum fo
and piost.-bellunm h ist ory' of the State,
not. being old enough to take Iari, ini
th e war, buit, old enouigh to remeimber
many of the stirring andri thrilling ,(
events t hat occur redt din ig those daiys. Tj'
Wit hi the a id of his fatheri lie wor-kcd
in l18;0, and gr-aduated with tIhe first at
ist incetion of his class iin I87.I .\ fter i
caving college lie tittght,I school ftr-d
we y-cars hn his owni in nied iat e ein- o
nutinity. Ilis healt,h fiintg he begiti
ari-nig aind has been so eligagid th
net', lie served t-wo I eiiis ini the wi
m;s itnid in Is89 wits electe ci niittoi- h
md it4'ain ini 180ri wits elected by a lar-g- tlh
nij,riity,. Ilis cour se as senhat or hias ta
iern it, c 'nsiste-nt aind firm. lie
ias taken co'ns id er-able in teirest, in the se,
'atise of hiighier edtitntioin by the State, ho
mlt has givieni sp-eciial itten t.lin to try- ha
ng tio imipr'ove the coindit ion oif the- or
ommon101 schools, }It]1 it st,rong adtt- tl
'ut-te of the right of evei-y chil to an as
nigehbLurg. M%!r. linysori was hom.n in
)ratngebur ig Coutiy abot -Ii0 years ago.
fter at tendinug the hiigh ch(ool itt Or
niebtig he eniteretd Wotlfor-d Collhege
md gi-aduated firom that,1 istiiui on in
878. Two yeiaris lateir lhe was iadmitted be
> the bar-, iand Soon rose to d istinuction Ot
1 hlis pr'ofession. le-Itdes hatviing alc
'elI stored iind, Mr. iaysor- is an elo- a
ucnt speatker, atnd has be, n sucessftii w
s a hawyeri. lie ha- ial ways been very rih
inch intcrested in edutcatlont, and adt- 94ai
cciitedl itnd worked for the estatblishi- sal
ent of a gradled school at Orangebur-g bu
lien ulpparen-htly his i nterest, and the g
terest of several oIf hiIs mot, prlOmli- 1
eznt, clients would have led him to op- ih
ise the moiivement, hiad ho consuiltetd en
is perssoal Interest merely. UInt like nie
trite citIzen, ho took at broadl view oIf hik
me matter, and3( controebutedi no little II<
the success of the movemeint to es-gi
bhish t,he graded school, whIch Is niov
great blessing to hundreds of chIl-hi
en in the city of Orangebur-g. Mr. oni
aysor was elected chalemnan of the ga'
>ard of Tr'iustees of the school, and pci
r!d the posit,ion for sever-al termns, and pkc
t.herefoire quito familiar wIth the of1
ities of the new pIosition to which lehe I~
ms been called by the governor. 8ev. 01
al years ago Mr. Rlaysor married M
Iss Miattie Rloger-s, of Darlington
munty. They have no chIldren. He C
a communicant of the EpIscopal m
urch. In reifglous -sentiment he is etc
oad and lbe.ral towards all denomi- api
tions, not only In spirit but with h Is rIl
rse. Orangeburg county has no nii thc
nt that stands higher in the estima. 18~
mn of her people than Mr. Raysor.
i has on several oecrsions h-epresent- Ottl
thbem in the lower house of tilelg. will
this Year if he WOUld acIlept, the loimli
nation to that ple whieh lias beei
firged uipoln him by N. prominlent. eitizllns
r-cpsenIllilig both thi l l reforiil itidn
LI se rvIlative Ifi tion:. ilt I e Iiate
ineet re . lit-h that. hit htaid to du
le to allow hhi nille .loil In the pri
itry. Ile s kollmde't iOll retiring in
'.lsothi andi~ a cndtilt! ptlfas-it.
I'lent-Id. ile stand, just- as wc)ltellloll
his fellow townsmenlca he does miol).
A,k. >eople of the Coul ntay. Ilie wis
.eleted by the people wVith) two other
Iti/O-iS aitS oi11Li.sionlers of ))It Ibliic
xorks for this vity and thle pwesenit
lectrie light1 Syst"m an1d walterworks
vere conlstrilietcd Illide' their. Supt-r-i
ion). lie will Serve a vatluabtlc invim
wr onl the board to wihel hle halts just
wull appollnoi ii'd.
rile Call Foi The
'11O15 IiilION ( ' T.i; I wUUi3'E
Tii- 1It SOl .11N43-.
IlIvIli:al Acldirtsm D)ettiiiii: W ith
II( itl)(11si011stry lm4tle.
(The State, 26th )
A% few di'S ago 'Tlie SLate an1nol:1eed
hat, the iohibitionist,s had deter milled
1) hold at State conferene', and 1--ave a
irecnst, of it l th wn inl couso if pre
trratioll. Yesterdaty tilt call w , is
114d. It, readls ats follow.':
AN Stat e prohli bit,ion vonlfreoew w ill he
elI inl t,h. ci.Y of ('olumbia, S. C., on
Vedlestlay, 2:,d day Of MaY, 1900, for
lie purposo. of considering the proprik
y of sggesti g cailitlates for go%er
o0r anld lieuitoen11"anlt govri'llll to repre
!lt tho prohibi-i0niists of South1 Caro
INa inl thU DeC0aitiC prinar.1ad also8
>1 11,1 tio )e tl principles al p rillpos
'i of Lit.h prohlibitionlists in Seekil .- to
buain colit'rol throul1g i ll' Dilmoc-iratie
l';klli/.ation of the ( 'ex(ICe ive amll Iv'gi:
LtiVV (10epar11ltm n S of t.h1, (,a v OVUlrn -
0-111, folr thI 01naWt.rilt'nt, atI enforce
it'lit of mitsrvs whibi are in best no
id vith it. hi st ini; teii,nrest or tie
L'ople. t11111 which wil take tile State
I of tlhe li1uor bhsiSsill.O.
P'or the polrI n'w of obt,ainling at full
1(l freLe0 eXIr'ssi0lo Of th I)Ohibit1i
ts ill re0g-ard to I.Iwse natteri, at eall is
Lwer)y ismmil fror tiIe i to asemible1 in,
luir CeOMeti S lit tilt' COIll't
imnie on S8aturdat.. l1t,h day Of Miay,
100, I.'let t hit r'e ptresentatives, wit.h
ternate,q, to ILU,mild thle State conflr
io oil the 2'hI of M ay, with or with
It, inl ruc. fti)ad to VIhOoz(3 Ia (outY
littiilanl foir tile eisiinlg caipt:tyagn.
Joci E'. Illenn"on,
C'hair111 i n n,
VIady (. Thomlson,
.1. S. lolftt,
James A. Iloyt,
C. 1). Stanley,
As cbatirman of the proM-bition State
:etive collilitLo, I appt'ovo of the
r'egoling- A. C. Jones.
Newbe,rry, A pr'iI 23, 1990.
l-'RI.M 'hIIiAN ONi.:s.
> the DetinIoerats oIf thle State:
T'he reCorgatn izationi oIf tile I loeocatic
lbs wVill mar11k thle bolgilnning of the
tive work of L,be canditldates for Ollico)
di LIhe politielian wi:l att,1an1early day
t!laret themlvIes Oin the issueCs of the
1'here Is v'ery little dioubt but wvhant
a liquor (luestio)n am41( the dispensary
li be the I.hii.f St,ate issues. it, will be
ol tight, of 1898 ovI.rt agatin, with
is diiIfer'ence (mtdless I have been mIs
RAins of the Stat,e) Lthat the line 1(5will
elosely drawni, antidI. tecatidates wvill
yeC to take thlieihoice o)f thle home
the d1iitpeInary; Lhi is tile tight, and
1 intrest, of tile two are 11s differenlt
the dlay 1s di lerent Lo tihe ight. Tile
isiltan hiomei is t.hI hop an113iid stay of
H ow a Little Boy Was Saved.
y' wits abou1t 16 mfonlth 11ob14ll h)broko
elling on the left. side of his .uneck
d it was dect'jied to be mmnpiiIs. Ile
.s givein ml4eia aftendan(lico for
nit t hiiee wee'ks when~ tihe doctor'
td it, was scrofiula and1( ord'tered( a
ve. .1Ie wxanlted to lance' the sore,
'ing h11)imlmedic'ine for' ablout four'
ces3 and11 becamie at ruinlIg sore(.
hi orider'ed IL -blood melIdicinle. A~
ghibor' told meo of a1 cas1o somiewhiat
) ourI )bb's4 which waIs curedC by (
'od's Sarsahipaillla. I (decided31 to
e It to my)) hboy aiid inI a short wxhiIc
hlealthl impr)Ioved)( and( his neck 1
tied so icely that I stop)pedI giving
ia the miedleic. TheIl soro' briokO
Lagaini, hiowever', whierenpon)i I againi I
-sistenlt us8e111 ha ccomp11lished ai com1
to cure. I do not thInk there will be
I at scar' left. I canniiot speaLk too
-biy of I lood's Sarsapai'lla anid I iec
m1ond( It Ocyywhlere I get ai chanIIcO.'"
is. Nwr,riE CHIAsK, 47 K St., N. E. c
Like MagIo. )
'A comnpllcationt of troubles, dys. E
>SIa. chronic catarrIh andi inflam-- n
lion of the stomach, rheumantismn, eo
., made mel mfisera~ble. 1*ad no
>ctito until I took IIood's Sarsapa.. 11
a, which acted like magic. I aim
4 WVest 14ith Ave., Denver, Col.'
f you have failed to get relict fotn
or remedies try I[ood's Sarsapa
a. I6. Oures When all others fall, .
Mao it 1s gedulIar to liselIf.
the S'ate: it is ha l.lo1,wed bt y c%ory
spot (III va th. ThIIe di -pde;, arW iUN
91 11It lt' .11'O ti 1 101,10I t il 11",C OO'
jireatieisiI unem ft~ hehoe andae ta h
ino.-st eva-I-Ye s la i ev e 1m11-1
nity, Cand i workinl!", datily anld hourly
to vo,ti (l m of all it att-avtiola-t
It.ntelow from it. in1h eo tet m p t
0Mill.sI of it- Sons a d takw4 (10 o a
i n Itilika d's hotl" (it mimo ol 'I) the
fairest and lovIiest of its 'dau. fht r S, and
thi, too, With te aust,hoi t a dit s-im -
tion o Uth SILate, becaii h e politiia S
whio no11w ontro tohe DeMOitatiC a
Say it mlusti go oil. Where 0d olu ut 11,4
i 1t00? .or the hone Or for l hp dis
peln War? Are you a deftlbolr of the
ioei. oir are You it,4 l k110s I IA sieve
You yol will have the manhtllllo(dl to Shake
0o t.!he shlac kles of thl e (I i:-penay Ov rina
and tile wlikiy trusts and stalnd lly for
tle good naio of yoil home ond Sta!v
The Candidate is to bto pitictd whlo is a
imimlbe of till chrel and preteils to
elaim that we regard.. "tile di.pesary \
law t, hotiutiont of thle wimk t e
ullestion," hbIL se he lthinks le enn se.
euro ollivo throl-1uh the dikpensary ma
chinle, thls el hi hlf, b1 home
in ng the hyherift in ode tO
do0 it. ThW Pr-OhibitiOnliSIS mayL\ 01r May
not hL C l ditdilte S fori' tiho !ites to
o Voted for, btit if the Christian IM21n
and Women will do theildtil,y frol tis
tjay forward wve will win a g!reat Victory
.this year.tDraw the lile closely and
let every candidate umderstand that ho
m IIA take Oo 'ide or the other, and t,but
no pro ii iIAi DkieI t Wii! Voee for' a1,
anll whotk te thile side of the dispoe
-sry. A C.C. Jios.
Ne wherrY. S. C I A pril 21, 1900.
Tw'li.: Vo'n.:us m.'N.W, :m Co-.
J IZEN.Y ANNOUNCE MJhl A N
. i.tc id ate for o ohe
oflcee of Shivriff of Newberry County,
'Ind aM pfledgedl to abIide0 the re.Suilt of
tite Democratic I'rimlry f t eletiot. I f
0leetld I I)le mIyF!lf inl t,he fulture as
iI V v ii'd to do in the m to eon.
duNt, the ollie wVth toroughne, imdo -
-partiality and dlispatelh, and re"'p-4',
fully sk t he Z-u1pport of I fvllow eit i
F or Coroner.
J MlN N . i A S S 1 t H lE I ',i l Y A N .
noutnced to s ai candidate for C'oro
nr of 'Newberry County, and is pledted
to abide t.he restult of the DemocraGie
Notice to Creditors. I
, LL ,I'NRlS( IIA N' NG CA cr_ims
.11, 0ains the of Io'eter Hob
(lI-tsoll will present .e sami e d ly at -
tested to the undersigned for payminent.
A LtCy Li f,. U ilTS0ON,
tRic of inal ScItemmit ailt ischarc.
N OT11 (1-1 I I'lli"R14"Y Gl IV 111N
- that We will make t einal setule
oen th ith estae eilateof Thomas o.
Ilentz, deceatsed, inl the Pr-obate Court
for N1wherry 'ountY, S. C., onr Stat,t
day. t,he 2nd day of .1ne, A. D. . 1900 t
.11 W'c.ovik, Inl the f 0rnioon, anld will
immlediately thereafter aipply for-Let
ters Dismlissory as .dministiators of
All persons holding elaims againti8
thle 8aid estate; wVill pr-esent t,he samne
f CtA- . INTZ,
STATE OF SOUTH CA] O1IN A,
COUNTY 01" E\I3EIHLtY
IN Pl.l0ATIC COURfT.
1. hiurr D)enis1, ini hiis own rVigh'iL~t and1 as
Admiin istrtLor, &c , or f rwin D)en nis,
Nathan Denis et at, D)efendants.
JN P lJHIUAN('C O1" THl t' ORDIER
Lof the ( curt herein, all and1( singu
ri Chie er 'd itors of the late Ir,win D)en
1 IS, arie be.u'y reqiired to r'ender23 in
itnd estaLblishiCiiu ,hir demtandts in th is
2ou rt in the abLiove entitled acetion. onl
>r beor th li2:d day of May, A D), 1900.
W. WV. 1IODG)CS, ,1. l'. N. C.
A pril 19, 1900.
III idiullthe :uLtt
hle I4utual Liro JIRslranceo (r:iipany of
ichard A. McCurdy, President.
$1,062,665,211 of isiiraiico ini lorce.
t has paid policy
holders sinice 1843 $514,117,946
fTow holds ill truist'
for' them - - - - $301,844,637
A i'ralit,y to the In- ilav0.
'rompt PaymeniL'ft or ri r0 t Thc0
'ho most liberat formi Orca1
of Policy I RSII
,Oansu to Che Iinured1$
Reserve Stability Dec. 3], 1890
The Mutual Life Insurance of Now
ork hats more Insurance in F'orce,
>lieCced more premiums, wrote and
aid for sixty poer cent. mioro business
ian any otheri company in North and
th Carolina in 189th, and gained
ore In Insurance in F"orco than any
her' two companies.
First class contracts will be given to
ye, energetic andi reliable agenta.
For full particulars of our ntew form 0
Tnsuirance, which assIsted us In ob- a
ininig t.he above results, apply to
G. B. SLIGU, Agent, '
Newberry, S. 0.
.F.UH. H YAT.P,Gen. Ag't
For the CArol nas,
(M1lumbli, 8. 0.
l'rgr.m.m f'rii muinig of I I fen
tral I .4 I i.' o . 1 to bot 1,4b# ti St.
I,1 ,-' . t i, , N ewbwily (' Ililly, S it
t-.1tv. Mby to 174 !00:
I. I)'vot on I l .:.' I-,Ex e . i.s, condulk-ted
by% Allr.1 1J I f.l. .
2 S'. vl m :. ..
Se-wr r', Pit f. \V. K. .10ih, NIr A. E0.
. \ W 'ii -- Im w tr k c.t I !n e (entrIal
( l w-t4 111oO ,11 i h'.' , .v . (i S. le d
I1. v:i Nea-e, 1 f. 1P . E. . Selz
G A d(i a<4 - Al Iev. C. II. Aoristirong.
()n teount of Gev.cria! Assembly
(*'o be 11rhia l r n church ltiv ll, C
Chuaooa.Tenn , Maty 17th-24th the I
Solmtht 'n l,"allwaty will sell return'l tick- I
0.4 a11 olm I"are for the roun11d tril), C
(), m-count of the Geneval Assemublyt
P'r1- b.y tcri;.nI reb-l. St. Louis, of the
SS , I e Sout her-n lialiway Co. will r
scii romcld trip tickets itt one Jare, plus c,
$200 Ticket, onl sale Miy I>th, 16th
and) lith, finllul limit Junle 'h-cLI C
0I lW1C11nt Of t(e ImeeI ing of 1. 0. 0. t
U'. State (liuloel, Jr., A merican M- I
Chbanlic,s'S, A,lttL, May 7Lth and Mth the :
Sout.hern tilway Co. will sell reduced
raltes oil tie certifika.e plan to dele- V
gatte.; a ml embrs itt,e ling. Cirtli- &
ez'.tos o ) Jgned by ,ohn S. .\bnev, r
('reat Ci tf r rk coArds, endorsed by E. a
ColEleh l teeral 1,1erk, a
A Call To l61ocrats To Orgalize.
r 'il I i OIt\TI CI,Ul A TJ8(
I Newherry County are here'-bv noti
fiod to meet.L oln4 fonlth Stut',lay of
.pl-il, 2tlu daty, at, their respee0Jte
Ipla1,00S Of MUetinl'g f0' the pu'pose of 0r
gm a110 elelin.g doletgiteS to the
County 01.1vention, which is hcrehy
called to mlleet onl fir'st Mod(lay in May
By order of the Execut,ive Committee.
W. ). HA Al'DY, County Chairmaun.
Notic oi ful Sc1l1e1t anl Div.,hare a
N oTrI c IS IIEI%1lY C'VEN
-T i,b t I Will Ilmk' i a final sel,tle
ment, of i.h estate of Mrs. E-'lizabet.h A.
doivgi m'eIsed, in the I l'robate
Court (o,r Newhberry (ountv, on Lhe
0t d1 (Y of A pt il 1H00, and inmed iaitLe
ly .heluthr aipply for a discharge as
Executoir of the Iasi will and testaiment
of Said klevoaed.
.J A M US MCINTDSH.
E.Xeitor of the a111st will and tet
m14nLt of i i hetih A. iiggins, dlecased.
Mar1b 29, 1900-5L.
Ed aimd Sd4oltz,
Pine W-at che. Rings, Bioalies, Stude J
Sle%c ant Link BuLtons," Silver E
Noveltes, Silvert Table Witre,
Cut (las, Gold and Sil- S
ver Spectacles and
Wlich we will close out, as we will
discotitinue keeping them. S
JEWEL.ER AND OPTICIAN
D)ONF ON SHIOR.T NOTICE AND
-- AN D
1Iicycle fixtures' o) all
ind ami1 41( bicycle sun
dies always on hand.
Y ouri wheel needs repaniring give us a
call. We also aliways keep in stock tho F
fm the mar'ket,for sale. Seecourl Wheels.
NIA1IN S'uiEle'r -- Ni'w~naiRRY, S. C.
Notions, Sewng Requishes
fill every part, of the
Thie thousand a4nd one( things here
re neces.sities Fver.y woman has use
r all of them at some, t Ime 0or other.
And the best of ceh kind are sold at
L TTLE PRIUES
lat a large number can be boug ht with
It touching the dollar mark. Many
these goods wer'e never before sol'd
less than) dolOhe the money, and our
aIdy-mfade waists and skIrts are the
irhdsomne,t aind bast, for the prIce that (
>ul Can find. lig stock of pretty 13el to, (
los, &c. Come and eco'them at
WOO T EN'.
rhouaidg !ave K1i y Triouble
and Don't Ktow it.
How T o Vind Otit.
FillI a bottle or common glas, with your
vater and let It stand twcity-folir hors: it
eimut or "(et.
tlIg ildiCtCs ai
tion of thu kid
ncy:;; if it stains
your liici it L;
evidence of .id
ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
pass it or pain in
-. the back is also
onvincing proof that the kidneys and blad
er are out of order.
What to Do.
There Is comfort In the knowledge so
*ften expressed. that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Zoot, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
Aish in curing rheumatism, pain In the
lack, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
f the urinary passage. It corrects inability
o hold water and scalding pain In passing
t, or bad effects following use of liquor,
iine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
ecessity of being compelled to go often
uring the day, and to get up many tines
uring the night. The mild and the extra
rdinary effect cf Swamp-Root Is soon
ealized. It stands the highest for Its won
erful cures of the most distressing cases.
you need a medicine you should have the
est. Sold by druggists in 50c. and $1. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
nd a book that tells '
iore about It, both sent
bsolutely free by mail,
ddress Dr. Kilmer & ifono of Swamp-rnoot.
:o., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men
on reading this generous of fer in this paper.
'vlory 8(tnds, Buittor DiAlhes,
'nko Plates, Syrup Pitchers,
Sugar Dishos, Spoon Ho'lers,
Cr0am Pitceors, Frnit Stands,
Vaitors, Knives, Florks,
'on and Tablo 8poonFz,
Sugar Spoons, Bnttor Knives,
Gravy LlEuH,'Sol!p Ladles, &C.,
(ado inl (1uadru1plo plato oNIY. W(
iso havo a new lot of Slerling Silver
(lit Spoons and a few Seth Thomas
locks loft which :NUleS'V 1o.
Yon rs I ruly,
DAI I ALS & CO.
)n its 40th anniversary
uly 26th, 1899, the
.quitable had on its
ooks outstanding as
urance for ONE BIL
'he Assets exceeded TW'O
[UNDRED and 814NENTY
ts surplus was 3]1m- than
XTVY MILLION D)UL.
Olli Men and Woinen at the
is perhlaps the .strlongest
feb AssuranCe Company oni
writes any kind1 of policy
eC assllod( mnay wantl).
A[LL ON or WVRITE to
or Rates and Plans.
~Office under New
W. A. YOUNVGc CO0.
A FULL LINE of A
Foilelt and Meclicinal '
eigars, Garden Seed,
Our buyerS are back
from New York. Our
lines are all complete.
We invite your inspec
tion. We promise good
values, polite attention,
fair dIealing. Splendid
assortrent in all de
partments. See our
Vhit Goods, WV:u-h Goods, Lineniv,
.LinIen D,iiunnsk with ' Naphinls to
miel, 111aidkelchicf", losiery,
Urderwe-ar, S llNoticns,
Perecales, ;iigla.ni:, (Calicoces,
niekr ia"', Cnoiu!d, D . Corics,
all at lowet. prie, 1 a n I of -tanIdard
Men's v Ss 1'Shs
anid ( rd . Al I!" ,i .
All gum anteed. No hodd\.
Wo wih to direct your special
atteition, to our
M illner D e a af m Nvo-.
Ni-Ver befoe X 1i la. ie 1ho w;el
eiii lppfd to serve N ou well 1 a now.
W( i - ri -t anid youIlr
lit or l : lheLr w l
survl] I,o r of ba
e W P ''t e .' Ur,u ib io ll -, 0 M ,
stock. (p -p 1 Y artn and
vo a Ie col ." f y
You I .
Have ari 'ed. Theiiy oninrace the latest
FORE!tGN AND DOES TIC
Whlich weC will maike aLt
Modeate- Pices !
FT ANDJ -W J(K~iA~A
l'hoc Newbrr,yV Hard waro Comni Mfy
wovuld en11 aut i on of thei p)lliO
to thio 'fact. tha they h ivlave bougli
ont I'. A. Echiiumperl, Agt., and.
"li ho'. will con duoct t ho buisiness5
at the ohd stnmdi, and will always~
hauvo on hl at th loes pricePs,
Agneriul turial [bnplemenits of al
nd Oorythting notoded on tho. farm.
Harnesa Mado to Ordor.
opariring noatly anid pIromptly (lono,
Wo also carry a largo lino of
SA.DDLERY anid HARNESS,
BR IDLE~S, CiOLL A R, COLLARL
PADS,, and( in fact, e)vrythinig
found( m a well assorted Stock.
F. A. Schuimpert,