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on Le e Ld r.:o the fic~ D:r
toe: rhi inkg Cen. lA fw iu:re
touldep: suc a Hispten woLard
th. "tLe peoplte wholeut Catrof
oi t u :w by d thius tim tha e lI.
canoWe boug~that." h Som of1ir thf
hae Seven wealkuned in lthe Iir fith
t.: dtteem toe bemouead toet
ton the lothersie o the fe i nce et f
xte gothood io on A few b-:,r
bloers sue an etcelnt McL a'
art.gv fiore the whle. Ter of
thato ninehl discused niew epubli
ciatn arty. nstoiciae t
Wer hopd that thenewsmes tof
joie State come hre theirtr tem
.>aten thefireman' teouraent
teheld meber the ta t Asof
net on ot. Tooy pilze haeoedn
arange for the res.o ThewSouth
numbers whod honor the teamsnto
jin.dcm ee n ne h
ciatinrot h y aill be welcomed
warml thi tme peopl of redberry,
gatherof wof o the ofunrteer
has exceeded all expectations, and
they are having a good time and be.
inig handsomely entertained by the
city. Hampton and Gordon and
Walker are all there, and when they
I resl e r ths I I -IFer. n W eInes.
r I Iiht the nt hul i:'SII of t ho
cro. lw 110 bounds. E. pecialIy
wastis tellave'wbo-n 111am1plon ap
eos: lhfole thmll nd satil that I1o
:I .:A !'-t a sic I ("I to svo thel"I
3:i t:: t tLeml (Ace Dnoro. IL is
still S 1u1h (h(.oliI."s Fwro both in
war p:-lIct. andl will Ilways.,:
1 : I h i' [h. a ut Me
1.":nc n.l-w .1 1lk- to 5i' M e
. ' 8 n f ls:m. Th nie
e r: ' cuI iw, do -uih theyv were
C N ." n7V 1:1II I-n' rapport.- Now.
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The aiewp I- ver prm-i* ander
rn.o lat :.da at M *. t :n to a
rb -rai-Un el-ar h InE -
i V-.o m: ttn are ini ..
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- 'r - *bo : ' w w e
n .art ita coAd C.nal.
the ..\V eo; t: diers~ frc tis
to i- thmtme nd tola
We hertilyagre with the
8 bar.: cJitor viror theigo
a' r :: o'.dU odiers who ar nthi
to :: t:r themse lves. Oneo thes
t;ta.e ight I" have gver aseenis
iPieteso hii way to thei' poor houe.
T .-rew!: b a tlg eropf1 prng
eb.: \n.- h thereitor andre act hes
May The lera: and tew edecigof e
hi:- o tare.swh Puck.o
...o.. ld t s In Naews.r ce
Mr. Edi itor:iCi W'iyallow uis act
to repres ent hour to ihe yoorhcount.
Th cityC wsbn a boom row. The prnen
cotto mil ha starte upin and we wist
Mr.; T.'L R. e aookk~,epertor gel
G.eldvil Mtg.ll you Lallow sige s
Mor.p J. nt orown in. har acepted
poition is bonk-keeper for. the Gold
ienP it har:sfatrg Cop andy. i
if youie wat o no aytin5aou
God'. con:ry ask.b Mr.e N.c; r: forlock,
poei ian tell youe .i th atew slone
Mr. J1. S. Hl'wk has bee sic adayc
osio His manyfriendsr wih thim Col
R'!emembe~ifr ehav prebnahngnh
let and vii 4th t S nays Boys,hin bon'tg
Mr J Shing, hi but nosicko chureb
Mir. Jim Milama, of South street, wasi
seen up in the business part of towna
Mr. D). F. Copeland was in town this
Mr. Fr-ank 'Webb returned to his post
of duty last Monday. We wish to see
If you want to have some fun just go
enipo hunting with the boys, but they
all want to drivo3 now.
Mr. J. N. $high will bring ln lisa good
lady this week. We wish the young
couple a long and happy lIfe. * *
JReautiful ready-made linen skirts 50c
75e., *1.00 anid better at WVooten'M
Till: M:N Wo WI L GET TilE CicoSS
ES OF HiONOR.
The Meinbers (of atmp linitiliton niva thie
sols Who itccIcve Thuemll.
(TIhe State, tth.)
aw i givel tie roll of the mnem
h. f Camp Ilauton and the eldest
of dr VOL-.er1n6 who will re
- Sh lthcrn Croo-s of honor to
cor.fcrr-l by the Dau-hters of the
C J at 'in wood this after
Moore, A. G.
i Jen . c'. Manning, Wade 11
. G Ie . 'Mooitn Tho-, S.
ia n. \\'m. '. dourv, I . I
Brown. A ignis Ma'. rtin Robert F.
Mr . .A. MAiis, John
br.nter, iN. \\. Nunamaker . C.
>ryan, I.. 11. Netle .
Ciarke-,. 1 l'. Riee .rd )fl WAL
,O*i. pbell. .1. S. Ra l,B A
('a,tweli. Patrick lv dcligc ". J.
('at be-art. W in. .1. Stork X
t ' a: -. I i-o n !to1. 1(1oh J.
CIA 1 1Wte" , Da Vid %aI ,o,W.
a,Chan. M1. Starln- 'X. D.
I %xV. II s..ier W H.
IDatlap. W. 11. t-inith, C. MI.
luv a n A. C. Stratton S. r
inniken, 1). 11 Shand, Iobert W.
-'.1U, John Wi . Stanly J C.
Graham, J. G. Taylor John.
Go] %vyn ('. T. Titylor I W.
Glbbs, W . 11. Nv -. II.
Gr. i fi, J1. .. allac W[n.
G inar d J. . lliails. V.
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11nnin %-, It. II. DOB s-, Thcoclore
1K 4 . .1). Al --in. Win.
l t ts. S. nv, S. i id
L, _arc, T. 1irwick X az.11, E. .
I.wrr..W,X. BA. >.'ltr,John
1.-~~ -.n -:. s
Dots froin St. llips.
I 11Y:,rc take peasure in writiug
t:i tlu lerald aq I have L,ard the
.''ein.-juiring about old Feather
t, We arc Vlad to report that there
I.-,- ti((n aitncw -torc opened up i n our
*,wn. Tlie opcniDg was it grand sight.
!,oodN arrived about fve k. in.. it
L-,:tii ahcut th,ree a. in. to gret
rt, ftor the next rv)rninj . The
the doors were throw
ipr to the .i.
I .o Nveathcr Ei'ns ver strange this
mii'I h ave heardi old people say
never saw uh weather be.
!,,* i ahmozt like winter tim. ,
r;-. . v peopQ:c had to plaut their cotton
(i of the vouug gmirth of our town
1:;-t be verN pol-uWar, having four
itto WalC tear
SisChMe to us on the t%w.enty
tiatant that Mr. nV. J. Sheal. had
i ar',c froin in.-Arv fricnit"a. lie Is to be
1:. 1t:. We ncgruTaed vury inch to
Lar (if hin death, hie wa a e ood man
iu,( Lave i.'ca- urc, and e,,,rfort to his
aIly ani~~'d anything that was~ In power
t)11ketheil happy he did It, lie wat3
mar thouWht well of aly everybody, ad
trever We went he iade friend., be
was kino,n all over 'Newberry county,
lie wsa man that p)rovided for his
tw.~t.r~ n ne roterto, and aHo
May s Cc)In th arsof Teodore
A~Taley. T. T.
Fhuee moretak faur oe tiees writtle
to ther.Heral aigs Iae Lier thels
f!illin air alwayo hd ceuth Wer
iw The oe eeinsi arand eh.
ahe, drivs arvbout lrie p. m..rit
to:: :eatin aball, three a. m. to ge
rvuaey for them.ext morning. The
ighweathearksetm ery sangethi
on.ateff th u e Ua uchrji weathrb
rr.an peol haComplant hi. cto
('eof0 thungpgrls of ouwrrw
:s i be veryi pbli'ar, coany, inu
wh nwic am tleao uofo the miteen
d.ted fremk mhparred, before th e
Steab ofdah edcatio ia goodemn
atd tae booleasreandomforth orhis
famil,aind anthits thatories in oerll
woer e thierehappyte di ith the wera
lir touboht siell aof gaverybody, ad
thatever ohe wto be weleaein he
wskown ale kower Itewberrye cuthat
ne waf th manotha pofvied publhing
f!!yU ande adaypthd plenty.un of
the aloge miordepreasentation. The
leave:behirg oa0.L wiehu, Glnciden,V
tw. Jaer andlonae broher Manndng-he
of frd Ageh isa yar,3tonh
Woul y.o.ue ike togormridfofethat
chrnicrhematsm r Ffenthetop.
Trhee fo 'ret f tase aels bottle o
illicn Bare Blalmn, whchriag curd
tpid Liver,o hopeles,sBlhouses, Feverha
andAgre. doTrs ans pate ed
treakeni. Smtanic Blotd Bial. w(rk
B.ndBrs crythgh th me bloo by de
aHflghesi thre brie, point. '-uw -
I(Cl. 'h.e and back,er swllen glMends,a
hawin, siting, bomanry., mai
Coli. e., Schusmakit, af erfecty
cree.e Boani meolo behlo thoruel
which teia aice givten commitedo
tetoswhich aheboprean bfrithe
Sate boad uf teucallo rn refernce
toe boy. B.asB endors The blood
wre giinresind that rihe glwere
Noirngot sides for live both ide;
a o oeto ie weedcine Pie his.
shold Vbe known.s Drt istated tha
wv. o,. n
A Catmpl (of This OrIer No 114i 11 1 '
Nt " W'rry- A 1'rt e ..1tiro oltu
ctaft it Masponlic 11h111 N, O t
day Night. 171h.
A. Iaoov.h l>eputy Sover, i-n C
inalUd r. Woodi me ( f tie \Vth . t
tanhurg, S. C., ha1i heell ill NewI rry
for the past few day-, talking .\ W
Mr. Madole Is an varnest workor ai;d
a strorg believer in t1hi4 order, it.d
gong to succeed in irstituting a camp
of Woodmen here.
He left yesterday for Saludit, whuro
be has suceeed in instituting a carnp,
of whicb af] exept oie county ollico,
are mim 1cinbers.
lie has consented however to return
here next, week and give a free lecture
on "Wooderaft." The lecture will be
delivered in Masonic Hall, Crotwell
Ilotel building, next Friday night, and
we hope a large crowd will be present.
N'arly every city and town in the
State has one or more cami.s of this order
Spartanburg has three, Columbia three
Rock H ill one, and there Is one or more
already in this county. It is one of the
best, if not tihe bes,t fraternal insurance
order on earth.
The order is eleven years old, and
during the month of Miarch, this year,
over DDW members were added.
The asessments are low and never
change: you pay according to age: you
cannot be suspended during sickness:
your certificate cannot be awsigned for
debt: and no Woodman rests in an un
(ume out next Friday night and hear
the lecture. and in the mean time ca:i
at The New1berry Hotel and Mr. Ma
dole will furnizh you with literature
and information concerning the order.
AMITY LODGE GROWING.
Monday Evening Next to be a Or-at Timne
With the Ma4onm of This City.
Amity Lodge, No. S7, A. F. M.,
will hold an extra communication on
next Monday evening at 8 o'clock
for the purpose of conferring the M.
M. degree upon live candidates.
This will be a great time with the
members of this fraternity, and
many visiting brethren will be pres
ent from neighboring lodges.
The River of Life.
The more we live, more briefappear
Our life's succeeding stages;
A day to childhood seenms a year,
And years like passing ages.
The gladsome current of our vouth
Ere passion yet disorders,
Steals lingering like a river smooth
Along itsgrassy borders.
Buat as the careworn cheek grows wanl,
A::t sorrow's shafts fly thicker,
Ye tars, that measure life of nman,
Why seem your courses quicker?
'When joys have lost their bloom and
And life itself is vapid,
Why, as we reach the Falls of Death,
Feel we its tide mocre rapida
It may be strange-yet who wvould
Time's course to slower speeding.
When one by one our friends have gone
And left our bosoms bleeding?
Heaven gives our years of fadin:g
And :hosee of y:h. a semng len:gth.
Propo,rt ajedetofei Ttess.y~tv
or- ':. i::b a' bo e t .etipated.
a .Lt ti.-4 of food. pains in
t'a Don Cizzies,. coated tongue
a'. c' tir-ng. E ra of the incigested or
par .' ted food and t hen of bile.
(.':an'>erlai.'b Mtotacb and Liver Tab
set- ahay~ the cisturbances of the
Romae and create a healthy appetite.
-i t' y 40bt tone up the liver to a healthby
action, anud regulate the bowels. Try
thetnan yurecrtain to be much
leedwith the result. For sale by
W. E. Pelhmam.
To School Trilstees Of NOWlerrIy CoIIty,
various school districts of the county
that they elect teachers for the new
school year as early ar practicable
after the close of the schools in the
't he board would also urge upon
Boards of Trustees the necessity of
deflnite and written contracts with
teachers, as such a course may savo
misunderstandIng amnd unpleasantness,
which is always liable to arise where
the contract is not in writing and
signed by the part ies thereto.
EUG EN E S. WVER TS,
Chi. County Board of Education.
II W11IA &0.
D D iLPuyen
W K *R & O .
S No Fuss
A new and complete treatment, con
sistiug Of Suppositories, Capsules of
Oilitment and two boxes of Ointment.
A never failing cure for Piles of every
nature atd devree. It makes an opera
tion with the knife, which is painful,
and oft(-n results in death, unnecessary.
Why endure this terrible disease? We
pack o written guarant.ee in each $1
box. No c-Te. no pay. 50c. and $1 a box,
6 for $>. Sent by mail. Sample free.
0I:TME'iNT, 25C. AND 50C.
CONSTIPATioN cured. Piles prevent
ed, by Japanese Li. er pellets the great
Liveratd tonaeli Regulator and Blood
Purifier. Small mild and pleasant to
takc: e-l-ecially adapted for children's
use. 51 (Iozes 25c. Gilder's Corner Drug
Store Sole Agents, Newberry.
EASILY. QUICLY AND PERMANENTLY
is sold w ith a written guarantee to cure
Insomnia. Fit. Dizziness, Hysteria,
Nervou Debiliy. Lost Vitality, Semi
nal.Losscs, Failing Memory-the result
of over work, worry, sickness, errors of
youth or over-iudulgence. Price $1;
6 boxes $5. By mail in plain package
to any addrcss on receipt of price. Sold
only by Gilder's Cort,er Drug Store
Sole Agents, Newberry.
4tton Root NEnyr oi nill
Original and Genuine, always reliable
and safe. Ladies' always ask for Dr.
Rust's Cotton Root and Pennyroyal Fe
male Pills. They never fail and never
injure. Nailed to any address on re
ceipt of $1.00 by Gilder's Corner Drug
Store Sole Agents, Newberry.
Every man, lady and
boy should have agood
tirne piece. Come and
buy it of us as we have
a large selection.
If 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.
"Sing their own praise."
For the benefit of those who wish
to purchase a piano11 from the present
time to the first of SOlptemnber, we
have decidled to offor the StioffPiano
on very convenient terms. You will
not havo to pa~y very much cash clown.
We can arrange that to suit your
own con1voo.e Then a payment
can be made in the fall to suit, and
the balatnco, if any, can be arranged
in a satisfactory marnnor.
Remember Chias. M'. Stieff manu
factures his own pianos and will not
b)urdonl you with an unnecessary
profit, for wvo are selling to you direct
inatead of to a rotail dealer to resell.
Our piantos will only have to be
seen.mn comparison with the beat to
convinco yon that it wvill be to your
mnterest to buy the Stieff, arnd all we
ask is that you try our piano, give it
a criti,aal oxamIIinaItion, arid if we do
not show you (more value for the
money than yon 01an possibly got in
any other make, then buy from aniy
one you may choos, b)ut don't take
our onylons5 c1ompotitor's word andl
buy fromi him before trying the Stieff.
Piano M~anufntuirr, Unltinore,
Md. Nort h and1( South Carolina Fao.
tory liranrch Waroroomn, 2l13 N. Tryon
St.. (iharlotte N. U.r
You Uke a
We are now showinig,
newest and moststylish
Dress Goods, Mnslins, Piquse, (Giin,
the lowest, considering the valuof tf
We call special attention to our W.
and always have carried the largest 1
the lead in this as our contemporarieo
time aft,Ir time. The famous W. B.
We lead all others in our hue of 11
prices-Misses', Children's and Ladi
is full of attractions for the ladies.
We cordially invite a thorough ins
of medicine put up into prescriptions
filled in this store must be pure. We
are very careful to use only the best.
We carry a nice line of Toilet
Soaps, Lamps, Wiley's Candies, Vel
vet Candy, Tobacco and Cigars, and
a full line of Druggists' Sundries.
Discount Checks given. Fresh
Garden and Field Seeds.
If you are in need of
a stylish and service
able waist look at the
beautiful line of silks
in all the newest shades
The Riser Millinery
For Factories and Mills,
CJorlias, Automatic, Plainr Side
IIeaters, and1( Pnmps.
From small plantation mill, to the
heaviest mills in~ the market,
Alt kinds of WOod working machainery
Flour and( corn mnili' machinery.
Van Winkle anr Tb os ngine
hollers, Saws, Gins in stock for quiek
1826 MaIn iat. rou..a 13 0.
If your dealer
does not) keep
thein, wrIto to
ni e nfrarest
,i complete line of the
goods to be had in the
;in:.-. "., M., at prices which aro
r . e nndoubtedly cnrry
Iin lh eitv ( . W\e are always in
hv - obli c ~ a to) acknowledge
L'rr 11 -t pulair in America.
usiery. We ~' i I.: al zs, styles and
Late' - ia ! fs-:j nab styles.
pection. C.u a e u.
V1 Iw co.
Mostly ev er y b ody
nowadays are making
quick steps to the fine
ONYX Soda Fountain
The weather is hot,
the drinks are fine, the
Ice Creams delicious,
the Store comfortable
and we are glad to
serve you at either of'
You will dance with
joy at the prices we
quote you on Plows,
Hoes, Shovels, Rakes,
Grain Cradles, etc.,etc.,
and be surprised at the
high grade of work
manshi p and finish on
all. Call and see.
B Y VIRTTFi OF AUTIIORITY
ford 1 ivI s ell to thi licstbidder
th 1tht day oMa,1901 ,at 120oclok
ml., one style A.a miLh & ]arres up-)
right Pian~o in good condition.
CANNON 0. BLEASAM, Agt.
TFhis signature is on eoey box of tho genuint
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabtis,
the remedy that ese si .o14 Ion day*