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K. H Al'LL. Kn'toi
Columila. March: s.-nhe u smr
s:hool for teachers will be held inl Spar -
t inburg att Converse ('ollege, opening
June 20th, and will last for thirty days
The charge for teachers for board and
lo"'ging at the collge for the tiate will
be f 1. The St:e te.h1rs' associa
tion will "be he"", at the sal'o place on
ae I-h and 19, iliedliately eced
ing t summer1 school. No mire de
lightflu 1 lac could l ve been selected
il the State at n hCh to hold tha sum
mer Clschool th1an Converse College.
Tho building is w(l adaptedl for the
purpose, the dorniitorie's are comfort
able and all the appoinitments are first
class. I attended two or three onvel
tions of the tenehers ht this p-tee and
th were the most 1'roitnble and de
lightful of a'! the conventiots I ever
attended. an! I have been to several
The teachern :4re to he congratulated
on the selection of the place. npartan
b-:rg is a live ad pro1.essive town, and
in aditiln to Converne, is Alo the
seat of V Wo:or Yolleige.
1am sorr to note th k de'h of J udge
W. It. Wa::a0e. lie was one of the
grea: nin of the State. I was very
fonj of him as a eArcuit judge, for he
wal n1ot 0n,y an able tnd learned jurist.
but was aways kind ati considerate of,
and p:ktient with the young lawyer. I
shall never forget the kindly considera
ion he showed Ime when I appearud be
fore him a young and timid barrister.
Ile served his State well and faithfully
in every position to which hIe Wiat.;
called. and the pity is we have not more
The State board ,f directors has at
last decided the qtest ion of establish
ing distilleries uitder a recent Act of
the legislature. I take the following
from ie State of ye:sterday which ex
plains fuliy the action taken by the
The board of directors of the State
dispenwary inet yesterday afterinoon at
-1 o'clock and after brief dt-liberation
decided to gront vo(itttionatil yermtits to
all a1pplical.ts desiring to estloblit-h 411
tilleties In Columbia. The hoatrd "odved
the puz.ling pri-position ;)iementvd in a
veCry adroit mainnter, insut ing the estall
liimn ent. of the talki-d-of distillerives at,
once, or eIse the revocaltion of the p. r
mits und-r a tiln liimit. if arty appli
cant has beent hiuttlitg t,he bluff has tieet
net ly et iled.
ilte act.ion of the board is fully iland
plainly prl!selnted it the follpw inglro
liltion ittlopted at I lie session yesterdai .
ItesolveL, T1hat, It eit,1i0tions or- apt
plications for "privileve, for tie cree
tion and operattoin of * * * dist,illerioI
* * x in citles of over 20,000 popula
tion,'" tiled wit,h this hoard by the
Richland Diistilling comipan l , the Caro
lina Disl 'ng cornpalny, Wmll Latina
han & GI)ordmnuli & ()'(onnor, H.
i.4att ' - ' k Sols aro hereby
grant o' 'lint these "privi
loges" ocome Wefectivo unt-Il
at, Iea . At[ of the proposed
capi(til .oct of each nplicant abovo
iamed has heen actially invested in
p)roptertyVItrl liking to the i "'erect,ion"' of
such "distil ler-ies." Pirovided, futr'ther,
TIht, in oIrder' to prov'o good( fait h, the
ablove. namtiedl ivesittmet, of '"10 per
cenit.."t must ho imade within 630 days
fr'otm this dtle, andi( int case of thle fail
ure of anty applicant above named to do
so, the "'privilegc'" to himr or t,bem,
shaltl stanitd tanniulled aind no privilego
sha ll bo t-ansfer-able.
Chairirman WVilltims said last night
that, this matter had leoen a vecx ing
pruoblem for the board to solv ~e. The
boatrd could niot, prm'it ltself t,o be in
the position of enicouiragi ng thte ptrod]ue
t,ion of l iquor whent t he whole spirit of
the dispenisary lawtt was agalint, such.
Indeed I thoard coulId not become a
v-eh ielo for the developmtent of the man
uftactureu of liqtuors. The liquor laws
weret' less stringenit in Georgia anid else
wth ete. Aity oneo of the piroptosed pilanit
couIld futrnishi tmoro Iliquoir than the dils
ipensary3 could use. T1he board took I he
g rou nd that if atny appilicant,B were
mereC adventurers the memrtbers could
not be acicompl ices, anid has placed t,he
matter ott such a basis that acts inst,ead
of wordsl muitst (10 the talking.
It, is said that at leat, one of the apl
llcants nanmedi will cotmply wit,h the
terms made by the board and begin
work at once. What the others will (10
remains to be seen. The main purpiose
of getting a per1mit to establish a dis
tillery In this State would ho to furnish
the Stato dispensary, and any one of
them could easily supply t,bis denmand.
'The State house commiission met on
Saturday to hear the roport of t,he suib
comitteo to look into tihe protest fllcd
by Col. Mtar-shall of the commnission as
to the character of t,he work. Trho fol
lowing report of the actioni of the comn
mission is taken frotm the Columbia
correspondetnt of the Gretnville news:
There were lively timecs todnmy in t,he
State Hlouse Comtmlesion meetinig Col.
Marshall protested vigoroutsly aga nst
the work as fatr as done. WVisoni & Ed
wards antd Walter & Legare who wore
called in as exp)er-t engineers condemn
certain features of the work.
Builder Milady and others say it Is
all right and so it goes. There were
fifty or mor-e allidav its offered and nmu
merous speeches arnd p'apers were filed
in the controversy.
The board at its afternoon session
heard Architect Milburn for two hours
in defense of his work atid. plans and in
full defense of what, had beeni done and
explaining the crit,icIsms thaut had tbeen
made. Mr. Unkerter, the butilder, was
also present. After the hearing the
board rejected the minority report
of Colonel Marshall and then by a vote
of eight to one adopted the majority
report which applroved the work.
Those who voted foir tihe majorIty r'e
p orb and the approval of the work were
Messrs. McSweeney, Wilson, Mower
Coo per, Johnson, Gantt, Jennings and
Derh am, and Colonel Marshall voted
against the majority report. Colonel
Marshall suggested that the com-.
mission elect a consulting architect
and a superintendent of work.' He
wtl- draw up a proposition and
defIne what is to be done by each
of the men. and submIt the proposi
tion at the next meeting of the board
which is to be held at the call of the
Col. Marshall has been protesting
aainst the work ever since it began
and tried to get. the last Legislature to
ehange the eommission. I have no
doubt he is honest, and sincere in the
p )sit ion he takes, and is doing what he
believes is the best for the State, but
the entire commission has been against
him in all of his protests. and they atie
god and honorable men and have also
the best interests of the State at heart
and will do what they believe to be
right As I have before said, the work
appears to me to be well done and I be
IiLeve w ill stand as long as the old build
in:. The work is going right along
and it will have to move very rapidly
to be finished by the time the contract
C.dis for. I hope everything will work
out for the best interests of the State.
Mr. J. 1E. Norwood, who has been
here for the past month in the hospital.
was able to be up last week, and on
Friday went to Wilmington where he
will spend a week before returning to
his duties in Ntwberry.
It was my pleasure to spend last Fri
day in Marion. It is one of the oldest
townis in the State and is noted for the
generous hospitality of its people.
Through the courtesy of Senator James
Stackhout. ., who, by the way, is a son
4f the late Gen. F. T. Staekhouse who
%%as known to many of our people, I had
the pleasure of a most del!ghtful drive
around the city. The Senator loves a
aood horse when he sees him, and al
ways keeps him on hand. Marion is ato
old time town with the Court House in
the centre of the public square, but
with the long line of shade trees It.
must be a charming place for the local
politicians to gather during the long
summer afternoons. The town is grow
Ing and already has some elegant homes
and beautiful lawns. Thero is located
here an iroit foundry which ships man
ufNclured goods by the car load to all
1arts of the United S'ates. Only a few
(lays ago several solid cars were loaded
at this place for shipment to Texas.
The tobacco industry is a good large
one in this section, and two large ana
handsome tob,cco warehouses are lo
eated hero I slnt the day with Dr.
E A. Gaq(ue whose presen-e hasi en
livend several trips of the Press Asso
eiltion, an( I appreciate the kindines
and atttn-tion shown me by him onl this
trip. I met. several other friends on
il is to ip, Mr. Henry Mullins who went
with the boys to Cuba, an1 Mr. J 1)
Montgomery who is said to be the bes,
politician in the couity, and Sheriff
Blen Mullins who tells a good fish story
and then proves it by all the citizens
of his town and a number of otheis.
Solicitor .1. M. Johnson also lives here
aind] is now entering upon the fourth sue
eesmive term as solicitor of his circuit.
I met here also an old Newherrian who
still holds that there Is no place lice
Newberry, and desires tU be remem
bered to all of his Newborry friends,
Dr. V. K. Grillin. Ile is Ain the drug
store of his son-in-law, Dr. J. C. Mace.
So the reader can very readily see how
I couIld put in a very pleasant day In
this good 01ld South Carolina town, and
there is much miore I could write.
Only last week Col. V. E. McBee
came to Mouth Carolina from his adopt
ed home in Norfolk, Va., on the sad
mit,sion of bringing his mother back to
her native Greenville home that her
remains might lIe with those of her
kindred, for she had been gathered to
her fathers full of years and good
works. This week he comes on a simi
lar mission for the muother of Mrs. Mc
[lee has p)assed over. Hecr mother was
Airr. Preston S. Brooks the wife of P. S
tirooks of I''dgefield, and who repre
sent,ed his dlistrict in Congress before
the war. She died at the home of Col.
Alelee on Sat,urday, and was buried in
Tlhe dispensary robbery in Kingstree
has resulted in the conviclion of the
dispenser. E. HI. A.
The lingering cough following grippe
calls for One Minute Cough Cure. For
all throat and lung troubles this Is t,he
only harmless remedy that gives im
mledlIate resul ts. Proven ts eon sumpt
ion. Gildors Corner Drug Store.
The farmers are mos ing along nicely
with the'r work.
Mr. Allen G.-'ltth has reterned to his
ho. 'e in Le.ungton county.
Mr. 11. L. F'ellers has had two hoge to
go mad from the bite of a mad-dog
The Misses Shire'. of Lexington
count,y visit,ed Mrs. LIzzie Shirey re
TLhe yell of the tar-heel will soon be
Mr. L. A. Sease attended a meet.ing
of t he i rnatees of Clemson College 8th
and 9t,h inist,.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Sease visited his
fatber's family of Lexington county
Saturday and Sunday.
On Suniday Mr. HI. S. Fellers little
boys were playing on his cotton, sIx
bales, which he hsd lying in his. yard.
They had match'es and struck one
which set the cotton on fire. Loss about
200 lbs. Parents should be more care
futl and not let the little folks handle
The stomach controls the situation.
Those who are hearty and strong are
those who can eat and digest plenty of
food. Kodol Dispepsla Cure digests
what you cat and allows you to eat all
the good food you want. If you, suffer
from Indigestion, heartburn, belching
or any other stomach trouble, this prep
aration can't help but do you good. The
most stensit.ive stomachs can take it.
GildMr' Corane ~ g moe
TO THE REUNION AT MKMPP118.
Oon. C I. Walker Nanes the 11n1te for
for Nonth Varolina Veterans to
the oemphis Itrnion.
Gen. Walker has selected the South
ern Rallway es the "ofleal route" for
the Veterans of the South Carolina
I)ivision, United Confederate Veterans
to the liution to.)e held in] Memphis,
Tenn., In May tiext The following
letter was received by Division Passen
ger Agent, Robt. W. Hunt, of the
Southern RaIlway, Yesterday:
"Charleston, S C , March 9, 1901.
Mr. It. W. Hunt, Division Passenger
Agent, Southern Itllway Company,
Charleston, S. C ; From imy position
as Commander of the South ('arolina
Division of the United Confederate
Veterans, it is my duty to select, the
route for the transportation of the
Veterans to the Memphis Rtunion.
The South Carolina Chicamauga Com
mission, of which I am Secretary, also
directed me to make the arrangements
for traneportation of Veterans and
visitors to the U7nvelling Ceremonies;
and Adjt. Gen. J. W. Floyd also re
quested me to arrange the route for
movement of the state volunteer troops
to the Unveiling of the Chickamauga
"I have considered the advantages
of the various routes offering their
services, a'.d I am sure that the greater
facilities to Mll concerned, going and
coming, for both events, are offered by
your route, (the Southern Itailway,)
and I beg to ad vise that it has been se
lectet as the Official 'Route to carry the
Veterans to the Memphis Reunion,
Nlay 28th, 1901, and the state volunteer
troops and visitors to the Unveiling
Ceremonies of the South Carolina Mon
ument at Chicamauga, May 27th, 1901.
"I will confer with you further as to
the time of the leaving of trains, so
that you can announce the same.
C. I. WALKER,
Com. S. C. Div. U C. V.;
Sec. S. C. Chicamauga Mou't Corn.
Items from st. Pauls.
Home of our farmers have planted
corn and others will plant this week
A number of us have planted ribbon
cane seed furnithed by Mr. 8 J. Wil
iamson. Mr. Williamson planted an
eighth of an acro last year, from which
t1,- ma to seventy five gallons of syrup,
equal to any Georgia syrup. Mr. Wil
11amson saved several hundred stalks
f-r aoed. We can all plant ai eighth of
an acre incane and make more molasses
than we cati use, and equal to any that
we can buy.
The congregation has elected Mr. L
I. Epting delegate, and Mr. Geo. B.
Aull alternate to represent St. Paul's
at, conf, rence which will meet Friday
of this week at Jalapa.
Mrs. Eustatia Livingston and Mrs
Emma Wicker are confined to their
buds with grippe.
Small grain, ospeually wheat, 1a look
With everything favorable from now
on we will have plenty of fruit.
We are going to tr-y our' best on rais
ing watermelons this year, and if we
suicceedi the IIerald and force can look
out for a treat.
A citizen of Pomaria has asked me to
remember them when I write.
I visited Pomaria (or "Glory," as a
citizeu of Walton has named it,) last
Saturday and found all the merchants
as bu~sy as they could be. Aull, Henta
& Co's. store, four clerks, all busy;
Setzler Bro's store, fou r clerks, all busy;i
Charlie Counts store,one clerk; Graham
& Wilson, two clerks;John A. Summer
Pomaria has a first class ginnery,
grist and saw mill owned by Mr. W. W.
A blacksmith shop run by Mr. Bright
Swygert, a shoe s'hop run by a colored
mian. Pomnaria needs a cotton seed oil
mill, a brick outfit, a handle factory
aiid to be incorporated.
There is some fine property around
Ponmaria owned by Messrs. Thos. W.
Holloway, W.W. Berly, David Hipp
and the estate of A. J. Bedenbaugh
Setzler Bros. also own nice town
March 25 2001.
See that you get the original DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salvo when you ask for
it. The Genuine is a certain cure for
ples, sores and skin diseases. Gider's
Corner Drug Store.
We have had some windy weather
for the last week or so.
Farmers in Balfast, have begun to
Mr. T. J. Daven port has his lot of
fine mules well broke.
Mr. L. WV. Floyd, of Newborry, is
vi4lting in Belfast.
There was a party met but a few
nights ago and one of the young men
played t.wist so hard that he has been
sick ever since.
Mr. James W. Davenport was in town
Gary C. Johnston is olerking for Mr.
T. J. Davenport, and would be glad to
have all his friends call around to
I suppose some one h as had plenty of
ohickens to eat as they have been very
scarce in Belfast. Dan.
Belfast, 8 ~30, Ma oh 22, 1901.
Steepetd lnto Live Voalu.
"When a child I burned my foot
frightt,lly," writes W. H. Eads, of
Jonesville, Va., "which caused horrible
leg sores for 80 years, but Buokien 's
Arnica Salve wholly cured me after
everything else tailed. Infallable for
Burns, Scalds, Cuta, Sores Bruises and
Piles. Soald by all druggmsts 2o.
Newb,bIty ConnVy challentedg by Cheator
A 'rIzo for tMe beso County iLpIay.
W-e find the following intere-ting
statement in the Newherry correspond
Pnce of the News and Colu-irier of the
The county has an area of 594 square
miles, the school attendance is 2% per
cent. and t he eot toil crop of 18191 Yiehd
cd 20,245 commercial bales, 20,240 stan
dard bales and -100 round tales, vitlh
other products in] proportionate t'as
uro It, will In a short while begin to
prepare an exhibit for the Exposition.
lBut no time is to be- lost if the greatest.
success would be aittalned.
All of the counties of Suth Carolina
want a place in the picture, as they
should have, and it is tne to be think
ing of that challenge, issued on Febru
ary 1 by Coninissioner A. W. Love, of
Chester County, who claims that his
county will take:
"The first prize for the best county
"More individual prizes than any
other county in this Mate.
"We will have more people visit, the
Exposition than any other county
having the same, or near the satne pop
"Will erect on the Exposition
grounds a "Chester County Cabin,"
built throughout of Chester County
"This is a fair challenge and it ought
to excite a most generous rivalry
among the progressive counties in the
Stato. Ample provision w ill be made
at the Exposition for the several coun
ty exhibits, and the county that makes
the best use of the space allottcd to it
will reap the largest benefits from the
great show. Mr Love is a veteran in
this sort of work and we hope that his
challenge will ,e taken up promptly by
some ot bee enthusiastic worker for the
State. The people of Georgetown have
already pledged a fund of $700 for an
exhibit, of the resources of that county,
and Abbeville, Greenwood, Florenre,
L,iurens, Anderson, Marion and oitr
counties have pr tised contributions
for making the exhibits fran those
count ieti as full and attractive as money
and taste can make i hem. Who will
take the Chester County dare ?"
It should be impressed upon "aeb
and every city. town and other munici
pality within the limits of the State of
South Carolina ,hat they are "invited
and urged to participate in the Expo
sition and er.ect representative build
ings on the avenue of cities laid on the
Exposition grounds "
Chester County cannot beat. New
berry Count,y on granite, anyway.
A half century ago C"ol. Rutherford
said: "South Carolina is the garden
spot of the world, and Newt,erry the
garden spot of thut garden spot "
If t hat could so well have been said
then, what could not be said now ?
Nativt modesty f-irbids enlarging. Let
the exhibit at the Exposition tell.
R. H. G
Newberry has everything in her
possession to make her exhibit at th
West IndIan Exposition the best coun
ty exhibit that will be there, provided
it is gotten toget,ber and properly ar
ranged. We would like to see New
berry County win the prize.
Quite a number of our people are
suffering with grip.
Some of our farmers planted corn the
A delightful musical was given at
Mr. Frank Boozer's last Friday night.
Rev. W. H. Biller visited Mr, R. C.
Counts last Monday night.
There will be communion servIces at
St. Luke's on Easter Bunday, conducted
by Rev Z. WV. Bedenbaugh.
Prat. H. M. Henry visited relative.
in the-community last Friday.
Mr. Norris Hawkins conducted the
Luther League the third Sunday.
Miss Bessle Wheeler has been visit.
ing in our community the past, week.
Rev. U. P. Boozer preached for ut
Sunday. Rev. Boozer is an old veteran
in the work for Christ, and is still doing
We must congratulate "Josh Trump'
on the- position he recently won. We
sIncerely hope he will bring back the
prize, which will be an honor to him.
self and Newberry College. Do your
Yes, we not,ice the farmers are haul
ing more fertilIzers than usual, but lel
us hope it is not for an increase of acre
age. Why not produce plenty of corn,
wheat, meat, syrup, and every custo
mary or necessary article of food, and
enough to supply our town neighbors,
thereby keeping on the farm, and bring.
lng to the farm, money heretofore sent
broadcast over the country to purchase
such supplies. Then it will matter lit
tIe to the farmer when cotton is low in
price, and they will aet the fullest, bene
fit, from it when It, is hIgh in price, be
cause the cotton they will have to sell
will belong to them, and of course the
money received thereby will remain in
the pocket, instead of going to buy corn,
meat, etc., to enable them to live
through the winter and plant more
ohea,' cotton in the Spring. The'farm
er, by managing right, can be the most
independent man living.
March 25th, 1001.
Commencing this week Mr. HI. S
Rlghtmire, of the Newberry Laundry
0.'., will call on all the laundry custom
ere and receive their laundcry. Thit
will be done for the interest of the new
company that it may have its customers
when the plant is started which will
only be a short time. The concern
will appreciate any favor shown by
giving Mr Rlightmire. the laundry.
Packages left at the old stand of the
Up-to-date . Laundry on Main St reet
wil raniaprompt, attantion. 1t.
Every Cotton planter should
write for ourvaluable illustrated
pmp)hlet, "Cotton Culture."
It is sent free.
Senid n,ane nt adtre%s to
ERNAN KALI WORKS, q1 Nassau St., N. Y.
After 2- years of thought and study
to discover an article indispensable
to all civilized mankind. That iever
wears out, is as new after 50 years of
constant use as the day made, sur
passes in utility anything ever at
tempted for ingenuity, novelty and use
fulness. No such invention ever before
offered. Merchants, ministers, teach.
ers, scholars, young or old, sick or well,
can easily earti a good living In their
locality, and not interfero with th-ir
vocal ion. Samples bv mail 15c, or full
particulars free. Only une agent in a
W. B. BURKE, eCS-S.
spring is Here
And with it comes the
NeW SPf RIGQoods
This thought has
been with us many
During the long win
ter days we were not
idle, but constantly on
the alert, watching for
new, as well as cheap
Dry Goods, constantly
adding to our stock,
here and there, some
article of snecial value,
or perchance some
thing just out, until to
day, we have perhaps
the best all round stock
that we have ever
the three vital points
of a good stock:
Value! Style! Variety!
As to values, we guarantee prices
as low as any house can give on
same quality of merchandise.
As to style, we are the leaders.
As to variety, we will come nearer
furnishing everything in Dry Goods,
Millinery and Shoes than any house
in this section, both cheap and fine.
Our Millinery Department
is up to its usual high standard.
Our trimmer from New York is a
gem in the right place..
Our Shoe Store,
thd only exclusive Shoe Store in
Newberry, contains Shoes for all:
Men's Shoea, Ladies' Shoes, Boys'
Shoes, Girls' Shoes, Shoes for the
Baby, Sunday Shoes, Working Shoes.
When you are shopping please in
spect our stock. We offer you a
strong combination, good service,
honest dealing, low prices and a fine~
stock to select from.
Next week we will tell you about
some of our spet';alties.
Every man, lady and
boy should h ave a good
time piece. Come and
buy it of us as we have
a large selection.
IIf your watch, clock
or jewelry needs repair
bring it to us and we
will put it' in good or
We also have a nice
Wear and Glass.,
Just reelved a lot of S'etson's Spring
st.yles stiff hate at Jamiesn'M
Wo unfurled our banner niuteon yta-rs ugo, and through tll tibkso Par
'e have retained the piatroniago of a groat many of our first cuitomer ar- -
hough many offorts woro nutde to induco them to trialo tlwhre, l -
on1 instanco- t ho miraculous off'ors of compotitors driaw then from us
)nly to return . us to tradm lwd to remain with us. Mny custoers are
dded daiiy. To each and till w oxtend our thanks for the nuuY favors
nd patronage that has boon given us.
Our First Consideration is Our Trade,
y giving them ivaluo for what they pay. From the ver, bogin11i1g our
lin has boon to follow none, but to lead them all, and wo ask tiothin'g more
han a comparison of our goods and prices with those of an) 01hr house
a this town, and wo fool contidont that to trado with ms means a Having of
CENTS, DIMES AND DOLLARS.
We propose to mako it ovon more profitable to you to trado with us during -
his yoar thai we over (lid beforo, and oxperience has taught you that -
Our Word is Our Bond. More Goods for Less
Money. A Fair and Square Deal to All.
rhat's our promiso during tho ent.ire year of 1901. Every traii brifigs in
low goods. We start the now cotAury with a vim, and as alwiaysH, we iiteid
The Fair and Square Dealer.
orThis offer stands for 30 days only.-=R
4 Full Quarts of Pure Rye Wliiskoy,
to S1i0elW to
YI ~ Nine
R! Years AddIfos,s
...... A O ld . x a
ONE QT W 11. Mc BRAYER. Guaranteed Strictly Pure [IRaI-made Sour Malh.
ONE QT. GIBSON XXXX RYE, Palat-able in the Highest D4gree.
ONE QT. GUCKEN i1 El MER, Justly ('eleblrated for its M, dicinal Valte.
ONE Q 1'. OLD CROW W ISLKEY, The Old Reliable Favorite.
We ship this assortment, or assortedt any way you like them, in a plain pack
agn for $2 65 express prepaid only to the limits of the Soui heri Express Co.
Vrite for our new illustrated price list, just out. Send in .your orders.
f'Gtve us a trial on our $1.50 and $2.00 Pure Rye and Corn.
REFERENcE: Tbird National Bank.
GLENDALE SPRINGS DISTILLING GO.,
M rJrcIIELL STREET. ATLANTA, GA.
Price, your door, $12.50
Guaranteed and for sale by
R. Y. LEAVELL,
"Sing their own praise."
"'he word flhas beenTh prtetyu vr
8o much jabused sw
that we often hes
itate to use it. It so happens though P ie
that there is no other word thbat
will adequately describe the STIEFF JUs
It is a near perfection as human, ls
skil has been able to reach.A Ne Asot nt f
.It combines the high qualities of W al P p r
the other instruments and has many
unique additions of its own.
Ca . M . Stileff, iO iniStl otndDshr8
Piano Manufaturer, o w I hRB GVE
BALTIMORE, MD. me nhasta iyHmdc
N. and S. Carolina Branch Waroroom,brrCony 0.o odatelt
218 N. Tro daSfAti.,D 91 a ii'coki
CHARLOTTE, N. C. a xctr ftesi s,ti
-THE Mach 1t,u901
Naill Bak f ewbrr, A Nolew FiAsstt ment of ichr8
(ESADISIEDIN187.) N TOlE I 18 UEREBY GIVESN
.i' thatweawill ake s final setle-n
Capital----------$l5,O0et On the Est.at of Polry Hm, dc e-d
Surplusand Proits -ce,8se.8 in the Probate Court for New-r
County,County, e. n Mnda'y the 1sda
Geneal bnkin busnesstranactda of April A D 101 at 11 o'clock inh
wit prmptv.s.Secil atenionth forenoon, and wIll immedIately ee
collctios. Crresondece slic thecafter apply for Let.ters dlsmissorya
Savigs Dpatent. Adnsectror of the said estate.
M. A CARISLE Pret.JLA.II H AFM
-THE W.IV.MOs,As. ' arch 1sn, 1901,
006Rl Blli f NWh,l,8
*910 OfFn1Stlmn 8/ ichr
(EsTBLIsED I 187.) OICE S H REBYGiVE
Caia --$5 a t il ak ' fiastemn