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Knights of Pythias
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
1 ATEID CONVENTIONS 0]
S this Lodge will bo held the 2n
and 41th Tuesday nights of each mont
at 8.00. Visiting Knights cordiall
welcomed. T11OS. E'. EPUTIN0,
K. of I. and S.
Crotwell Hotel Building.
Corrected every Tuesday and Frida;
by Summor Bros.
Shoulders ......................... 8c
Bost Lard ............... ........... 10lo Ie
BUst 1ola1SsC, new crop...... 60c
Good Molasses..................... 25@(50c
Corn ................................ 75c
Mal. ...................... "70
H ay.......... . . ................ $1.10
W heat Bran........................ $1.25
1st Patent Flour.................. $4.75
2nd Best Flour.................... $4.25
Stralt Flour........................ $4.00
Good Ot dinary Flour...........03.25(&3.75,
S igar ..................a..... ....... (i c
RICeO.................................... 5c 8M c.
COITCe ................................. 1% 15c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... '1.25.
Balo Hulls, per cwt.............. 350.
Butter, per lb ..................... 15(a)20c.
Eggs, per dozen ................ 13o.
Chickens, each.............. 15(q)25c.
Peas, per bushel................. 1. i0.
Corn, per bushi el.................. 70c.
Oats, per bushel.................. .00.
Sweet potatoes .................. 5( 6 0c.
Turkeys, per lb ............. 6( 8e.
Fodder, per ewt ............... $1.00.
Money to Loan.
On long time and easy terms, secured
by first mortgage on improved real
estate. Apply to Hunt, Hunt &. lun
ter, Attorney at Law. ft&f
A Fatal Shooting tcrape.
William Mason was fatally shot by
Sam Jones Monday morning near
K inard's on Mr. John Y. Gary's planta
tion just over the Newberry line in
Laurens county and died from the
effects of the wound Tuesday. A
woman was the cause of the difliculty.
All parties concerned are negroes.
Jones left immediate on log ball with
out leaving his future address and has
not since been heard from.
Working 24 Hours at DaLy.
Thoro'a no rest for those tireless little
workers-Dr, King's New Life Pillp.
Millions are always bnsy, curing Tor
pid Liver, Jaundice, Billiousness, Fever
and Agre. They banish Hick Head
ache, drive out Malaria. Never gripe
or weaken. Small, taste nice, work
wonders. Try them. 25c at all drug
Spring time is a good timc to cleanse
your liver. Try Palmetto Liver Medi
cine. 10c. at Dr-. Van Smith's Drug
Pension Money Received.
The Pension money has been received
by Clerk of Court Goggans and is now
ready for distribution. Tihere are 1.42
pensloners and the amount for dlstri
is $2,111.90. Five pensoiners in Class
1B get $L9,60 each, 137 penlsioners in
Class C get $14.70 each. T welve of the
names recommended by the county
board failed to be approved by the
Saym lHe WVas Tortured.
"I suff'ered such pain from corns I
could hardly walk,'" writes 1H. Robin
-son, H-illsborough, Ills., "but Bucklen's
Arnica Salve comletely cured them."
Acts like magle on sprains, bruises,
cutIs, sores, scalds, burns, boils, ulcers.
Perfect healer of skin dilseases and pilies.
Cure guaranteed, by all druggists 25c.
Bunting for decoration purposes at
A '..berail Luncheon to be Served b)y the
The committee appointed to get up
an exhibit from Newborry county for
lhe Interstate and West Indian Ex posi
tion at Charleston, have decided to
serve lunch during the firemen's tour'
nament in the vacant storeroom under
the Crotwell hotel. Lunch can be ob
tained from these ladies at all hours of
the (lay, for very little smoney, and In
addition to securing a dainty lunch
you will help a worthy cause. After
you have seen the boys race, Instead of
walking home for your dinne In the
hot sun, go to the ladies' luncheon
room and let them serve you, wlhich
they will do cheerfully and liberally.
It will help them and it will help you,
Tiry the new remedy for costiveness
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver rTab
lets. Every box guaranted. Price, 2J
Cents. For sale by W. E. Pelham.
Frequent headaches are often causcd
by a disordered liver. Try Palmett<
Liver Medicine. 10c. at Dr. Varn
.Smith's D)rug Store. ly
'I'rms of time Will N ot A ffect ed.
Judge Klugh, who heard the Rleede1
will case at the March term of thb
Circuit court, filed his. decisionl In re
gard to the ease Monday. Brook
Rteeder. brought suit against Jame
Rleagin, executor, In order to breal
the will of his father, the late Jame
Rleeder. Johnstone & Weh were at
* Or'neys for the plaintiff and James Y
Cuibreath represented the executor
Jfudge Klught says that the death C
F~annmio heeder, the testator's daughtoi
Will not affect the terms of the will
and that the estate will go to the her
of the testator upon the death of Brook~
1eeder, but until that time the estat
11n118 be held by the executor unde
The Best P'rescrlption for' Malaria
Chll and Fever is a bottle of Grove
atles Chill Tonie. It is simply lrc
lutnqine In a tasteless form. t'
VARIOUS AND ALL ABIOUr.
Mir. Ii. T. llishop, of Union, is in th(
~ Mrs. Nannio lake of 1,allrenis is visit
Ing relatives in tire city.
W. C. '. :. will meet this (Prithiy)
afte'rnoon, at A. IR 1'. church at six
AISS Edith lienderson has returnled
f'oml Cohimbia accoil, alPnaied by Mirs. J.
5 S. Wiley.
Y Mr. Frank Spearman, of Newberry,
Visited friends hero this week.-Jolin
Miss Neville P'opo retiiued homle
Tuesday from a visit to relatives and
y frienlds ai t Unll io.
Alr. M. A. Car-lisle and Miss Nina
" Carlisle of Newberry are at Wright's.
' -The State 31st inst.
.)'. 1). L. lloozer., Jr., leaves next
Monday for- Charleston to attend the
State I)ental Association.
The imnproved O,.ler of Ilieptosopih
will organize Monday night with about
thirty chartered members.
Mr. W. S. Lang ford's place near
"Blue fuin 'ill" would make a desira
ble location for the new cotton mill.
Miss 1.arriet Mlcver' Leavell's class
in music will give a piano recital at
her studio this evening at 8:30 o'clock.
Miss Claude Shockley went to Colum
bia today to make her homne there in
the future. Ier father has been thero
for some tnie.
Mr. Cole L. llease, of Newberry was
here yesterday. Ile will be a candi
date for Lieitenant Ocvernor next
1ummnir.-Thc State 31st inst.
The meeting of the stockholders of
the Newberry Handle and Shuttle Co.,
has been postponed to Tuesday, J une 11,
1901. See ad In another column.
Miss Kate Lou Neel, a member of the
faculty of WinthropCollege, came home
this week and is now making prepara
tion for an extended Elturopean tour.
The C. & G. S. Mower Co., will close
their store beginning next Monday at
6 P. in. All their customers will there
fore govern themselves accordingly.
Mr. E. M. Evans, who has been in a
sanitarium in Philadelphia will arrive
here Sunday. We are glad to learn
that he is greatly improved in health.
The railroad fare from Charlotte to
Newberry and return on account of the
Firemen's Tournament on the 5th and
6th of June will be $.3.00 for the round
Rev. A. L. Dunston, under appoint
ment of the Southern Baptist Conven
tion as missionary to Brazil, will preach
In the First Baptist church Sunday at
11 a in.
Dr. E. C. Jones and his daughter,
Miss Helen will attend the meeting of
the State Dental Association in Char
leston this next week. They leave
here on Monday.
The following young ladies of this
city will graduate within the next few
days: Mias Bessie Coppock of Winthrop
College, Misses Agnes Summer and
A zile Pool of Elizabeth.
There wvill be quar'terly conference
and Chiidren's D)ay at Zion on Satur
day before the 3d Sunday in Juno. Onl
Sunday the usual service. Presiding
cider Childs will be there.
Dr. J. R. Thompson and his daugh
ter, Miss Mary, will leave on Monday
next to attend the meeting of the State
Dental Association at Charleston. Dri.
Thiormpon is secretary of the Board of
Beginning next Sunday night the
various chur'ches wilt hold union ser
vices for the summer months. The
fir'st sermon under this ar'rangement
wvill be preached Sunday night at the
Presbyterian church by Rev. Geo. A.
Miss Ellio Griflin, who has been
spending somectirmo with her sister.
Mrs. Emma Mobly, r'eturned on Tuce
(day to her home in Newber'ry. During
her stay she made numer'ous fiends
who look for'ward to another visit fronm
her with much p)leasulre.--Johnson
Prof. and Mr's. II. .1. Dorminick o'
Easley arrived in the city Tuesday,
Prof. Dominick is p)rincip)al of th(
Easly Gr'aded Schools. Trhe closing ex
ercises were held last week and at
meeting of the board of trustees thi
saume teachers weore unanimously r'e
We are glad to hear that the graded
schools have acted upon our suggestiol
andi will finish their examinations or
T.uesday in or'der to let the childr'er
out to see the firemen Wednosda;
and Thursday. They will have thol
closing exercises at the oper'a hous
Rev. Walter I. Herbert, pastor c
Central Methodist church, who is
member of the board of trustees of th
Cokesbury Conference school, will de
liver a sermon before the Y. M. C. A
3 at that place Sunday night. T1herofor
- there will be no service In Centra
n church Sunday morning.
9 Miss Kate Gary, of Gary's, Mr
C Joseph Kcitt, of Sondley's Mrs. II. (
s Moseley, of Pr'osperity and Mi's, Thoi
W. Iholloway have beern aippointed I
-County commissioniers for Newberr
-county to work up interest in the w<
f man's department of the Nowberr
" county exhibit for the Charleston expi
s The streets are beginning to put on
a gala appearance, colored buntings as
0 flags are everywhere in evidence. M
r Middledorfer, an expert decorator',
on the ground arid manry of our mc
chants are taking advantage of It
have their stores draped. Ibet ever
abody decorate, it will help out the a
o pearance of the town and it will cc
FiC MlN'S TOIt.NAMN1I,NT.
Th P1rogramlo 'or Next Week's Icor--A
L,arge Nllitetr of (om,,1u11e, Comning
Ffilg 11n14s fnd (1euieral Good
Tht,' For AL-Senator Mciauriln
The lifth and iixth of J1Iane will be a
gala tine for Newberry. About twenty
coinpalies have been heard from and
will be here and contest for the hand
doe )rizes offered. Besides the fire
Colpall i es there will be large crowds
from all over the State and the coun
ty-trom present inl(dieations there will
be between fiVe and six thousand visi
tors licre on those two daIysp.
Senator Mcl.anrin will be here on
the ith of Jno and deliver an address
in the opera house ait 9 o'clock a. im.,
after wi!(hi the races will take place.
This will prove a drawing card and no
doubt 11any people will come just to
hear li hiim tphold his present political
position oin national issues, such as the
"ship subsidy bill" and "expansion."
At a metintg of the executivo com
nmittee held Monday nlight it was do
cided to add the name of b"duard
Scholtz, who is f reasurer of the tourna
ment fun ld, to the executive committee
The inarshalls for the day ire Col. 0.
L. Seliulpert and Capt. W. H. Lang
ford. Other preiminary arrangemonts
were also made. Tho following is the
order of the parade:
Chief of police and two assistants,
Chief Maihal Selitiipert.
Wes,t End brass band.
Mayor Kletner, Fire Chief C. J.
Purcell and First Assistant A. T. Brown,
Carriages containing Aldermen E. A.
Carlisle, 1-. C. Jones, EdIuard Scholtz.
J. J. Langford and J. It. Brown.
Carriages containing the judges of
decorations: Mrs. T. J. McCrary, Mrs.
James 3cintosh, Mrs. 1,. C. Jones, Mrs.
George Johnstone, Mrs. 0. B. Mayor,
Geo. B. Cromer, Jno. M. Kinard.
Carriages containing representatives
of the press.
Carriages containing Uev. George A.
Wright, City Attorney Cole L. Blease;
P. H1. Dominick, attorney for the Ex
celsior company; I. H. 11unt, clerk of
the board of firemasters, and invited
Second Assistant D. L. Copeland,
Carriages containing visiting chlefs
of fire departments and judges of the
Assistant Marshal W. S. Langford.
Visiting companics, with their ap
Excelsior Reel Team No. 2, Presi
dent C. M. West in command.
Excelsior Steam engine "Young
John," in charge of M. B. Chalmers.
Excelsior Reel Team No. 1, President
J. W. Earhardt in command.
Cheap Rates-Choice of lRoutes b.'; Seaboard
Air Line Railway.
The Seaboard Air Line Railway, the
short line fromi all points In South
Carolina to Buffalo, N. Y., offers a
choice of routes to the Pan-American
iCxposition of all rail via Washington,
or via Norfolk and the famous steamer
lines diverging from that p)oint. With
its miagnificient Pullman car service
and through vestibuled tr'ains it insures
a comfortable, safe and quick trip.
Round trip tickets from all points in
South Carolina on sale April 30th to
September 30th inclusive, good for re
turn passage until November 3rd, 1901,
$37.10. Tickets en sale April 30th un
til further notice at rate of $33.13
limited to fifteen days from date of sale.
For any further Information address
Mr. Butler, Jr., Division Passenger
Agent, Savannah, Ga., G. MecP. Batte,
Travelling Passenger Agent, Colum
bia, S. C.; R. E. L. Bunch, General
Passenger Agent, Por'tsmnouth, Va.
G. McPi. Batte, T. P. A,
The finest from California.
The luscious fruit was put up
whilo perfectly fresh. Large
cans, brim fall, 25c.
These from California too.
Something rich and tasty,
The flavor is delightful. Bill
Just the thing for tarts. Pre
These are so tempting. Lik'
all fruits from California
these are the "real thing.'
y Grated-so easy to use. Fo
- Sherborts and Ice Cream o
other dainty deserts. Pric
d Lemon Cling Peaches
r' Those groat thick slices jut
s melt in the mouth. Iloav
-gran. Sugar Syrup. Califo
nia's choicest fruit. Can 25
iILIbL~IiIjL- JJWi N
TIlE CiARLOTTE REEL TEAM.
I( Will Colit) wte WitO tile South caroluinals
Iferv Nuxt Week.
At i imleetiig or the Charlotto reel
team last night at the city hall, finlal
arrangements were maio for the team
to go to Newberry, S. C., to attend the
South Carolina meetitng of firomen, on
June 5th and th. Mr. C. V. looper,
the president, appotited ts captain it.
J. Swintoin, andN W. S. Orr as secretary
'Tle teai consists of: C. . llooper,
president; 13. .1. Swhnton, captain; W.
S. Orr, secretary and treasurer: run
ners. 1,. L. 'ettus, J. M. Davidson, T.
It. Ilouston, V. S. Charles, Clarence
Reed, Tom Simpson, Jack Helvin, Fred
Springs, 11. Roediger, P1. MI. Cave,
Recce Chimpion, C. M. Wills, J. J.
Foreman, !". B. Mlcall, L. 1I. IIamel
and J. W. Wilson.
The colinlittee of arrangements is
composed of U. P.. llooper, 13. .1. Swin
011, W. S. Orr and L. IT. 1lamel.
President J. ). McNeill, of tho State
Fireman's Assoviation, will accompany
the Charlotte team to Newberry.
Charlotte Observer, 2d3th inst.
Tributo of RCespect.
Whereas it has pleased (hod in his
wise providence to remove from our1
number our belove(l sister, Miss ilettio
Wisceman, a zealous and faithful mem
ber of the Womian's Misionary Society
of the Alethodist church of Newberry,
chosen to be our (irst life member;
therefore be it resolved,
1. That we the members of the W. P.
j . S. of the M. E. church while we bow
in submission to this allictive dispen
sation do deelly deplore the lss wh ich
we, in commioii with the church anid
community, have sustained in the deat i
of our sister.
2. That we emulate her 3xample as
member of the society and will most
affeetionately cherish the memory of
her lifc and departure in the triumph
of the Christian faith.
3. That a copy of those resolutions
bk, sent to her bereaved relatives in
token of our profound and heartfelt
4. That these resolutions be recorded
In the minutes of the society and a
copy be furnished the Newberry papers
MRs. P. C. GAILLARD,
Miss ALICE 11ORNSEY,
AIiss EnIrTH IIENDRSO.
S. A. L. Riahiway.
The Seaboard Air Line Railway has
opened an up-town oflice at 1183 Broad
way, New York City, Corner Twenty
eighth Street. Its down-town passen
ger ollice at 387 Broadway is still
Any information as to tickets, rates,
sleeping Car reservations, building and
manufacturing sites in the South etc.,
cheerfully furnished at this ollice.
Reduced Rates to Old Point Comfort,
Va.-Account Annual Convention Na
tional. Travelers' Protective Associa
tion of A merica, Junie 3--8, 1901.
For the above occasion, the Seaboard
Air Line Railway will sell from all
stations tickets to Old Point Comfort
and return at one fare for the round
trip. Tickets will be sold, Junc 1, 2
and 3, limited for return passage to
eight days from date oif sale, and sub
ject to a further extension to June
15th. For full information as to con
ditions, schedules, Pullman sleeping
ear rates etc., via the Seaboard Air
Liie Railway, the best line to Old
Point Comnfo-r, from the South, South
west and southeast, call upon or ad
dress any Agent or Representative of
Palmetto Liver Medicine may sa"e
you a sp)ell of sickness. Take it in
tine. 10e. at Dr. Van Smith's 1)rug
An inkling is all we can give
hero of our splenldid assortment
in Canned Frumts. Of course we
show a handsome line of
which, by the way, are the cheap
est, good living we know.
Come and look over our stock;
you'll find what you want here.
Our prices based up~on QUA LITY,
not how cheap, but how GIOOD.
The best goes farthest. WVant
you to enjoy some of theso good
things. Come and see, then you'll
Newberry, S. C.
Will Io Ield 1ero from Midtilo of August
to Midile of Septemb,er-'rofrcora
Johenstonie anml Wallace, Principal
ant Asnhmit Respc
Tho following letter from State Su
perinteident McMalan has beenl re
Leivcd by County Supewrintendent
Wert.s. The sun1ner- school will coml
menee on Aulgust 19 and close S0ptcm
Your1 County smimliler school will be
holdl at the date sigtgested by you, Au
gust 1I. Tihe principal will I It. 11.
Johnstone: the asistait 1). 1). Wallace.
You will pleas. it onc send personal
notice to cteah of your teachers and
eali of your trustees. Call to the it
tention of Your trustees the fact that.
jhe Country selhoolh, will accomplish
more for the childrenl attending them
ne.Xt SeSSiOnl if the teachers have in the
meantimie taken a thorough cou-se of
stuly in thesummer school for teachers
under Instructors whoso work hits been
in the hest schools. U rge upon your
truistecs that if there is any money on
hand to the credit of their school dis
tricts they cannot spend it better than
by appropriating $10 or $15 to the
teacher for attendavce upon tle sum
mer school. This is very genierally
dono by the graded schools. Man.
country schools havo adopted the pol
icy. The idea is to send the (eachers
oil' to get new ideas for tle clidren.
That is progress.
Of Course yon will impross 11o,on yomur
trustees the inprtance of selecting
and employing their (cachers early in
Juine or July at tle fnrtherest. This
is hecoiing the rule with all schools
worthy the 1nie. Any other course
is unjust, to teacher and pupil alike.
The course of study will bear directly
iipon the work to be done in the schools
by th teachers. Ti'"e will be in
structioni inl school uagetmt and
especially inl geograp'sy and gramlimar,
using the newly adopt,l books. The
publishers have consOnted, in order to
aid our teachers, and to help each
teacher to become provided with a copy
for her own private use in her daily
teaching hereafter, to sell these hooks
to actual teachers atteniiding tie sum1
ier schools at less than half price.
iluchler's grammar will be reduced
from 15 cents to 24) cents: U'rye's geo
graphy from 75 cents to :37 cents. This
is with the understanding that the
couty superintendents will order and
sell the books, and the principal of the
school furnish to the publisher the
names of the teachers who are enrolled
in the school and entitled to buy at,
this price. You will take care to have
a supply of the books on hand in time.
Very truly yours,
J1ohnt .1. NiieMahan,
Stat. Sup. of Educaton.
twaro of a cough).
A cough is not a diseaso but a symp
ton. Consumption and bronchitis,
which are the Iost dangerous and fatal
qiscases, havo for their first indication
a persistent cough, and if properly
tr'eatedl as soomn as this cough appears
are easily cuired. Chiamberln's Cough
1 temedy has proven wonderfully3 site
cessful, and gained its w ide reputatlin
and extensive sale by its success in
curing the disemases whtichi cause coutghi
ing. If It is not beneficial It will not
cost, you a cent. For sale by WV. E.
You, Know Whatl YOU Are Takinug
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the fomnular Is plainly
printed on cvery bottle shtowing that it
Is sitmply liron and qiinen in a taste
less form. No Cure, No Pay. 50c.
Chenp liatel en Southern Rauil Road.
Reduced rates to Ncwberr-y, S. C.
and return from all points withina the
State of South Carolina, inacludmtg
Augusta Ga. One (irst claus fare for
the round trip) for individuals, and still
lowver ratcs for F'iriemn and lirass
bandis in utniformi, ten or more on 01n0
Dates of sale Juntme 4th and for traIns
schedutled t) araivye Newber-ry prior- to
noon of .June 5th, final limit Jutne th.
Firemen's apiparat,us to be transp)ort
Hundreds of itost deligtful summer
resorts anti summer homes on the line
of the Southern Railway jutickly and
Ashville, Ilot Springs, Tiryon, Hen
dertsonville *Wairm Springs, Lithiat
Sprlings. Isle of Palmns, Cumbieirland
Island, Old Point, Comfort, Vir-ginla
liench, Butgalo hithla Spr-ings, Virginia
hiet Sp)rings, White Sulphurt anid Look
out Mounitain, "The Land of the Sky,'
"The Sapphire Riegion" and many
other neat-by a dI distant mountain rc.
Southern Railway also otTers superior
service and aLccomtodationis to reach the
Ut-eat Lake region, the Alleghany and
Adirondack Mountainus. Low round
Suimmer- Tout-ist iratcs to Souithern
coast resortr-thc Isle of P'alms, S. C.
St Simnons and (Cumborland Islanid, Ga.
P ablo Beach, Fla., Motrchead City, N
C,, etc. Tiickets now on sale.
For dctaIled information apply to any
agent of the Southern Railway Comn
pany. WV. H1. Tayloc,
A. C. P. A. Atlanta, (Ga.
J. A. BUutTrON, Agent.
Biliousness is a cond ition character
Izted by a dlisturtbance of the digestiv<
organs. The stomach is (deb1itated
t,he liver torpId, the bowels constipated
Ther-e Is a loathing of food, p)ains ii
the bowels, dizz~'inecss, coated tongu
and vomiting, fIr-st of the indigested o
partly digested food andi then of b)11t
Ch am berlalin's Stomach and LI vet- TJoh
lets allay the disturbances of tn
stomach and create a healt,hy appetits
They slso tone up the liver to a health
action and regulate the bowels. Ti
them and you are certain to be muc
Sp leased with the result. For sale b
WV. l. Peiham.
Persons have been known to
gain a pound z d,y by taking
an ounce of SCOTT'S EMUL
SION. It is strange, but it often
'Somehow the ounce produces
the pound; it seems to start the
digestive machinery going prop
erly, so that the pati.nt is able
to digest and absorb his ordinary
food, which he could not do be
fore, and that is the way the gain
A certain amount of flesh is
necessary for health; if you have
not got it you can get it by
You wi finI it just as 1:. ful ill summer
a in winter, and if you arc thriving upon
1t don'i stop necause the weather is wann,
1, . .1'' dt.c o ',"al ist .
SCfT I I()V N (ii Ch i , New Yk.
No h in,, so _rood for. livor and k I it nC,
Just these thr-ee poin
1 P l ty o dU li di w. rc . 1 0k.n,myar
yoIll D n the ' fav or o lnii
sel1f thle favorI of purchas~0in Jg. At anl
ing cool is not u licult when
SunIuer Shirts l sist g reatly in
plynoy of vaiety to hp in the ioloi
oI tilla wo're "Iin the Swimao .'' 'Ti
hero for overy h11aditlh right 1atn:
Our Shoeis Ntrllct ittetriiyn bi
an1ce and roa:onalo price. o assi
Wo solicit an inspeLtion of our sti
E-.ery man, lady anc
boy should have a goot
time piece. Come an<
buy it of us as we hav<
a large selection.
If your watcch, clocd
or jewelry y' eeds repal
bring it to us and w<
will put it in good or
We also have a nic<
Wear and Glass
ch0de, towl ae , Jh
___ Roetsn meitel afe thp
f,li dert,sn of th~lois notled for In
. onscuitive weeksill aII pply t,o ti
. Judge 7th JudIcial Clrcuit, for an ord
3 ar,point ing the J udlge of I'robaite for sa
e County, the guairdia~n of the estato
. said inJrs; that thie estate of sa
- minors conslaIts of a twothlrd minr
o in eighty acresM of land, mioreo or lc
.and the same: interesut ini about fc
y hundred dollars, Inherited by si
y mninors from the estate of Lowls9 Dmu
h Iett, deceased, through their moth
y IAlice Rtob iuon de oised.
6 can be
en lllgh Pot
- ash and your
OS profits w%ill be
-crp will be
Na III Nt-\v Y rik.
rj3IIE TiUJSTPiC-'.S ANI) PATRONS
of Mt.. iethel School will pleaso
memt. at, the schoolhouse on Saturday,
.J ine 8t1, at -1 p. m., for the purpose of
elect ing a teacher. Clandidates for the
position Canl 'end their applicat ins to
anymie of I lie undersigned. The salary
is $3() per monlh an'. the term bix or
seven 111onft .
.. Y. TiIOMl'SON,
.1. C. S. iROWN,
.1 NO. S. IltUI,,
f I . T.1rustecs.
ts about our ready-to
worth your soriouns considoration. If
tho gootds you will probably do your
rato wo invito you to look at our
0110 is proporly drossod. Our tock of
this direction-- good colors, too, and
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his is tho I ta Storo. ThoroH' a Hat
n1 fit and in pric.
io of thoir high t. Aity, ologant appear.
tro you a good lit, too. That moats
A Searching Test,
in theo days of hurry and rush
tho med(icinios you uso1 should1( bo of
the htighesrt grado, and absolutoly
comipoundied by Iilnsedl and gradut
" Caili at
Inet.rest, paid( on deos)its in the Savings
De)parl tmen t, at, the rato of 41 per' cent.
per' antanmur from date of deposit at
O1" Nl'WBViEiUY, S. C.
CAPITAL ---$50,000 00
We tr'ansact a general lBaniking busii
neOss and solicit, the accounts of indi
viduals, firms and corporations.
F. Z1. WVIrSON. WV. 11. llUNT.
JNO. M, KINAIXRD, Przesiident.
0. B. M AY iR, '%. F. WIGH-T,
WINTHROP C0LLEGE SCHOLARSHIP AND
3r T111i0 EXAMINATIONS FOR THICF
,, award of vacant scholarship in
a Winthrop College and for tho admris
b- sion of new students will be hold at, the
io County Court f louse on Friday, July
10 12th, at 9 a. mn.
er A pplicants muist niot be less than fif
id teen years of ago.
of When scholarships aro vacated after
Id July 12th, they will be awarded, to
aBt those making the highest average at
~s, this examination.
uar TVho cost of attendanco, including
Id board, furnished room, heat, light and
k- washing, is $9 00 por mont,h.
r, For further information and a cata
logue address President D.. 11. Johnson3
Rock Mll. 8. C. 2L.