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Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
S T A TI ED CONVENTIONS OF
this Lodge will be held the 2nd
aud 4th Tuesday nights of each month
at 8.00. Visiting Knlight cordially
welcomed. T11O8. . 1.aP ING,
K. of R. and S.
Crotwell Hotel Building.
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Shoulders ........................... 8c.
Best Lard ............... ........... 10@(a1 l.
Best Molasses, new crop...... 60C.
Good Molasses..................... 26(P50c.
Corn .................................. 75o.
M l ...---.-.- . . ..................... 70c.
H ay................. ................ $1.10.
W heat Bran........................ $1.25.
1st Patent Flour.................. $4.75.
2nd Best Flour.................... $4.25.
Strait Flour........................ $4.00.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sugar ...................... 6tc.
Rico.. ............................... 8 c.
Coffee.................. I 5c,
Cotton seed meal, pcr sack... 1.25.
Balo Hulls, per cwt.............. 35.
Butter, per lb ................... 15@ 20c.
Eggs, per dozen ................. 13c.
Chickens, each................... 15@ 25c.
Peas, per bushel................. 1.i .
Corn, per buQhel................. 70c.
Oats, per bushel................. 40c.
Sweet potatoes ................... 5@ 60c.
Turkeys, per lb ............ 6c 8C.
Fodder, per cwt ............. 1.00.
Mr. C. D. Weeks, who has been in
charge of the prescription department
at Gilder's drug store, has purchased a
half interest in the business, and the
new firm will be Gilder & Weeks. Dr.
Weeks has been in Newberry for sev
oral years and has the confidence of our
people as an efficient pharmacist, and
we are glad to note thlo evidence of his
success. We bespeak for the new firm
an even greater degree of success than
has been attained by the old firm.
Mone0y to Loa.
On long time and easy terms, secured
by first mortgage on improved real
estate. Apply to Hunt, Hunt & ln
tor, Attorney at Law. f t&f
A Cofnty Exhibit for Negro Department a
the Uharleaton Exposition.
The negroes of Newberry County are
desirous that their progress during the
past thirty years be brought to the at
tention of the outside world and in order
to do this they iniend to get np a.county
exhibit and place it in the negro build
Ing at the Charleston Exposition.
Berry Neely and others have been ap
pointed on a committee to work up in
terest among the colored people of thIs
county and if they get to work in a sys
tematic way no doubt their exhibit will
be the bost there is in this department.
Spring time is a good time to elcaneo
your liver. Try Palmetto Liver Medi
cine. 10c. at Dr. Van Smith's Drug
Election of Teachers.
At a meeting oin yesterday afternoon
of the Board of Trustees of Newberry
Graded schools the following teachers
were elected to serve for t.'e next scho
Superintendent--B. H. Johnstone.
Boundary Street School-Mrs. 0. E.
Fair, Misses Rachel V. McMaster, Mary
L. Burton, Nellie G. McFall, Lilla K.
Johnstone, Lilla Kibler, Nancy Pool,
Louise McIntosh, Carry Aull.
Factory School-Miss Laura Blease
and Miss Josle White.
For Hoge School-R. WT. Mance,
Irene Snowden and Lilla Reese.
Palmetto Liver Medicine may sa"e
.you a spell of sickness. Take It in
time. 10c, at Dr. Van Smith's D)rug
A very beauti.ful home wedding was
solemnized at the home of the brIde's
mother, Mrs. Rachel Barnes of the
"Shack" section, Wednesday night
when Mr. John Workman led to hy
mens altar, Miss Mary Barnes. Rev.
Mr. Jacobs of the Clinton Orphanage
read the ceremony that made ine par
ties man and wife.
After which a bounteous supper was
served to a large number of invited
guest. Among those present were
Messrs. John A. Eddy and Thaddeus
McCracken of this nity.
We wIsh for the newly married
.couple a life filled with joy and happi
Frequent headaches are often caused
by a disordered liver. Try Palmetto
Liver Medicine. 10c. at Dr. Van
Smith's Drug Store. ly
Court Hlouse DOcoration--.Those who Con
We give below the names of those
who contributed to have the court
house decorated for the firemen's tour
nament, Mr. Middledorfer did the
work and it helped out the appearance
of the public square considerably.
0. Kiettner, L. W. Floyd, Purcell &
Scott, O. L. Schumport, 0. L. Blease,
W. S. Langford, 0. M. Jamieson, J. C.
Goggins, E. S. Werts, Mv. M. Buford,
W. W. Hodges, Fi. N. Martin, T. S.
Duncan, HI. HI. Rickard, Alex -Single
ton, D. F. Plpfer, Fred H. Dominick,
W. C. hSchenck, H. W. Renwick, J. W.
M. Simmons, Win. Johnson, M. A. Car.
Contributed to tho decoration of the
The Beat Prescrptona for Mfalarla
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's
TIasteless Chill Tonic. It Is simply iron
and quinine la a tasteless form. Np
cure, no pay. Prico 50Oc,
f * .
VABIOUS AND ALL AHOUT.
Dr. W. '. Blats, of Columbia, is in
Mr. LOIs Lovelaw is in the city visit
Miss lorence Sehaetfer, of Savvan
nal is tho guest of Miss Lillie Grilli.
Po0t laurate J. cordon Coogler, of
Columbia, took in the tournaient this
Mr. K E. Rankin, representative of
the Greenville News, was in the city
Mr. Dave Mittle, of Bcnnettsville, is
spending the week here taking in the
Dr. and Mrs. .1. G. Johnson, of Ches
ter, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.
G. Spearman in High Point.
M iss Nellie Chapman, teacher in the
Columbia Female College, came homo
Wednesday to spend the summer.
Mr. L. 1). Wicker, of Columbia, is
in the city attending the Firemen's
Tournament and visiting relatives.
Miss Emma Faulk, of Columbia who,
has been visiting Misses Ella and Hat
tic Shelly, will return homo tonight.
Mr. J. V. Richardson, of the Green
ville News, was in the city and took
in Melaurin's speech Thursday morn
OSenator T. N. Wilson, of Arkansas,
who lived in his childhood days in the
Longshoro community is here visiting
Mrs. I. Y. Leavell who has been vis
iting her mother, Mrs. Evans, of Che
raw, for the past several weeks, has
Miss Rosa McLendon, of Darlington,
will arrive here Saturday to visit Miss
Ella Shelly, and will stay until after
coin mencemen t.
Mr. J. D. Coats, of Raleigh, N. C.,
who is running a linotype on the Post,
arrived in the eity Tucsday on a visit
to his mother, Mrs. Coats at Helena.
WNO notice among the visitors from
Sumter Messrs. Chas. Poole, Carl
Mason, E. S. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. W.
R. Delgar, E. V. Green, Haskel San
Mr. H. K. Blats, who was for a num
ber of years on The Herald and News
force but now of the Golumbia State,
is in the city with one of the Columbia
Mr. John Burke, city editor of the
Augusta Chronicle, was here Thurlday
to report Senator McLaurin's speech
for his paper and was entertained by
Col. C. J. Purcell.
In the last issue of this paper by a
typographical error it was stated that
Miss Hattie Leavell whould give 8 les
sons in music for $2.00, which should
have been $2.50.
Some of the visitors from Camden
were Messrs. Ed. McCright, Robin
Zemp, John Rhame, 11. L. Watkins,
Ed ward Salmon, J. T. Phelps, W. 0.
Hay, C. M. Coleman, Mr. Baum.
Mr. Geo. R. Koester, editor of the
Columbia Evening Record, was among
the guests who came to Newbrry to
hear Senator McLaurin speak and to
take in the firemen's tournament.
Prof. J. F. Stillwell who has been
teaching the Chappell school for the
past few years has been elected as prin
cipal of the Mt. Carmel High school in
Abbevillo County and has accepted.
The young ladies from Newberry at
Elizabeth College, Charlotte, Misses
Agnes and Susie Summer, A zile Pool,
Lily Grilin and Ruby Holloway, of
Pomaria, returned home Wednesday.
J. W. Gibbes, of Columbia, represent
ing the State and News and Courer-,
was up Thursday to report Senator
McL2aurin's speech, Hie was the guest
of Mr. E. 11. Aull and returned home
The follow ing young ladies wvho have
been attending Winthrop College re
turned home this week: Misses Leona
Epting, Bessle Coppock, Carrie Jones,
Helen Goggans, Carrie Gibson, Ellie
HInet, Maggie Gibson, Carrie Buford.
Rev. WV. B. Aull, of Mt. Pleasant,
stopped over in the city with relatives
Wednesday night. Thursaay he went
to Dysons to visit his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Aull, for a week when he
leaves for Buena Vista, Va., to take
charge of a church at that place.
Remaining in the postoflice at New
berry, S. C., for week ending May 18,
A-C. L. A ndruws,
Messrs. Burnar & Gray.
C--Miss Emma Cantrell, James
D- R. M. Dern.
E-Miss Natter Epting, J. M. Epting.
G-Thomas Glenn, Mrs. Mattie GIl
Il-Miss Katie ilargrove, Jane hains,
Dave Henderson, Nancy Holloway.
J-J. M. Jordan, Harriet Johnson,
K-Francis Elin Kibler.
M-Lige Mathews, Alice Mayer,
Hassle MeLts, in care E. M. Metts. H.
F. - McPherson, G. C. Marsen, :in care
F. C. Bags.
P-William Porter, Mary P~orter,
in care Ellen Backman.
Rt-Amanida Redfleld, Matinie .Ruff,
Miss Alorn Ruff.
6.-George Spearman, Charlotte
Spearman, Emeline Sims, Miss Lonora
Sloan, Sarah Mondhley..
T-C. 0. Toomer, Lizzibeth Tur
W.-Rqbert Maldin, JTess Ward., Jim
Persons calling for these letters will
lease say they were advertised.
W. Y. FAJIn, P. M.
A Numilter of l'r'z' AwardIed for Erxel
lnVO Att:%led-rie Prizen Awardod
1111d Thoo %Vito 1tecolvei Thou.
The Chappeli's school which lias
been taught the past year by Prof. J.
F'. Stillwell and Miss Nannlo Pool closed
last Friday. The teachers offered a
number of prizes to thoso pupils
who would strive to excel, and
while all could not win prizes they all
acquitted thenseve, renarkably well.
The following pupils won the prizes:
ltymology- First prize--1elen 1).
Kosiler, Samantha at Saratoga.
Second prize-Erin Addison, Liftle
Third-Tie by Willic E. Reid, James
T. Reid and luford M. Scurry-prizes
awarded respeeti%vely, Quo Vadis, Ten
nyson's Poemg, Life John C. Calhoun.
Physical (;eography--First prize
Helen D. Keisler, Oxford i'le.
Second prilz-Tie by Atimes T. Beid
and Buford M. Scurry. Tho following
boto!s were awarded req,vetively; Cru
cifixion of Philip Strong and Merchant
Manual Geography-First prize
Erin K. Addison, Little Minister.
Second prize-Jamcs E,. Scurry, Life
of Benjamin i"ranklin.
Spelling-Virst prize--May 1Ml. Scurry,
Bunyan's Pilgrims Progress.
Second prizc---J ames E. Scurry, J olin
Reward of merit- Lidic E. Wiitc,
Pleasures of Life.
Spelling - First prize-Victoria M.
Reid, Santa Claus' Partner.
Second prizc---Tic by Julia K. Smith
and Paul M. Smith. Awarded (Fourth
Grade) following books respectively:
Indian Fairy Tles and Wood's
I llustrated History.
Prize for best attendanc awarded to
Jimmie J. Betts Longfellow's Poems.
Priz. on SpellIng-James Keith, A
Child's Story of the 73ible.
Prize on Spelling-Holloway S. Betts,
The Unknown Way.
Prize on Spelling-James M. Keisler,
Crow Quill's Fairy Book.
Columbia Minstrels played at tho
opera hous,o last night. The perform
ance was unusually meritorious,abound
ing in excellent singing and happy hits
from start to finish. The audience was
small, owing to bad weather and the
surfeit of amusements for the day, but
those who went are just one ahead of
the stay-at-homes, as they were kept
in an uproar from start to finish and
received their money's worth several
times over. It is to be hoped that the
performance will be rcpc',d here so
that the people of Newberry can show
their real appreciation of a good thing
by a full house.
Billy Liaar and Percy Beanrd were
inimitable in their gags. They are
born performers. All the singers de
serve special mention. The voices were
unur.ually good, and the songs catchy.
It is worth anybody's money to hear
such a collection of singers as Lucius
Buitman, Harry Patten, WVill Swygert.
Young Sellers will develop) into a fine
singer. The audience were enthusias
tic over Master Theo. Furlow's sweet
tenor which by training, should become
Pat Crawford and Eugene Loudetto
were end men "proper."
Food Ch'langedi to P'o!Hon.
Putrefying food in the Intest,ines pro
duces effects like those of arsenic,
but Dr. K-ing's New Life Pills expels
the poisons from clogged bowels, gen tly,
easily but surely, curing Constipation,
Biliousness, Sick Headache, Fevers, all
Liver, Kidney andl Bowel troubles.
Only 25c at all dIruggists.
- i!...- eatal
Raistons HealIth Oats are
the nicest we know. We rec
ommend this creamy cereal.
2 lb. package 15c.
Purina H ealth Flour makes
brain bred. Milled of preferred
whole wheat. 12 lb. sack 500.
Corned Beef Hash just fits
the appetito. Ready for the ta
ble in a minute. Try it. 1 lb.
Baked Beans always come in
handy. Those are particularly
good. Our price per can but 150.,
R. B. McCarI
THE 11ASEIALL TUESDAY AIrEltNOON.
Colunmbia Dbefeatted by at Score o)f 16 to) 1
Tht gaie of baseball played here
Tuesday afternoon onl tie Newberry
college diamond between i special team
fromt Newberry and a team front the
city of Columbia resulted in a ecoro of
16 to I in favor of Newberry. Tho offl
cial score was as follows:
Newbrry ... 1 0 7 1 0 22 3:0-1t 9 4
Columbia .. .000000 100- 1 0 9
Struck out by Bradley 13: by Craig 7.
Batteries: Columbia, Tarror, Craig and
Odium: Newberry: l1radley and Caba
nis. The feature of the gamo were
Bradley's pitching and Cabaniss' and
Two Forlomie anti Lost Newsiaper Mot.
Wo always try to take especial care
of the newspaper mlten who come this
way and to make this part of their
journey through life as pleasant ais pos
sible, for we know from experience
that the road of the average newspa
per mant111 is not a smooth one aIt best.
But it is not expected that we should
sit up. all night to look for their arrival
on freight trains especially when we
had no warning they were coming. The
freight train on the C., N. and L.
brought two of these weary travelers
from Columbia Wednesday night and
landed them in Newberry at three
o'clock in the morning. Ours is a
quict town, and even a fireman's tour
iaientt does not keepl us up all night.
When they got olf the train they were
greeted by a policeman, but he was not
looking for them and therefore did not
take thetm in charge. Whca they came
over in town and tinally aroused at
slcepy porter at one of tho hotels li
simply told them, "full up1), boss" and
fell back en iis cot. At. the other hotel
not even at sleepy porter could bu
aroused, and even the policeman could
not again be found. Then they tried
the comforts of the grand stand, but
found little comfort there. After roamn
ing the town for several hours they
finally managed to get, in the pal0r1 of
the Newberry hotel and pulled two cots
in after them and went off to pleasant
(rcamis on the luxuries of travel on at
freight train and the betutics of New.
borry by moonlight.
T,o moral of this is that whenever
any newspaper mnall is heading this way
he should let us know of his coming
and he will always be cared for, as we
have a roomt at our cot,tage home spe
cially prepared for them and a welcome
always awaits them, and Brothers
Burke and Gibbes are old enough to
know better than to come to Newberry
at such t time of night as they came
without notifying us of their coming,
and but for their apoligies we would
repremand them on this occasion.
Choap Rates on Southerit Hail Road.
Hundreds of most deligtful summer
resorts and summer homes on the line
of the Southern Railway quickly and
Ashville, Hot Springs, Tryon, Hen
dersonville WVarmi Springs, Lithia
Sp:inogs, Isle of Palms, Cumnberlatnd
Island, Old Point Comfort, Virglinia
Beach, B3uffalo Lithia Springs, Virgitiai
Htot Springs, White Sulphur and Look
out Mountain, "The Land of the Sky,
"The Sapphire Region" and many
other nearby and distant mounttain re
Southern Ratilway also offers Bsupercior
service and accomuodat,ions to reach the
Great Lake region, the Alleghany atnd
Adirondack Mountains. Low round
Sutmmer Tourist rates to Southern
coast resorts-the Isle of Palms, S. C.,
St Simons and Cumberland Island, Ga.,
Pablo Beach, Fla., M'orchead City, N.
C., etc. Ticlkets now ont Halo.
For detailed informnation apply to any
agent of the Southern Railway Com
pany. W. H1. Tayioe,
A. G. P. A. Atlant,a, Ga.
.T. A. BUWroN, Agent.
Nothing so good for liver and kidneys
as Palmetto Liver M ed icine. Price 10lc.
at D)r. Van Smith's D)rug Store. ly
[NTS HIELPFUL TO0
3USEKEEPElRS about t
erything will go smnoothtly in your
p if you start rig!t. 'We havo many
astions and good things for your
Dainty foods that will lighten
and worry for the housewife.
and see our offerings everything
Queen Tomatoes are not
thin and watery. Cans well
filled wvith fine meaty fruit.
Best Reserve Sugar Corn
is genuine marine goodsa. Ex
tra sweet, juicy and tender. De
licious for puddings. Can 15c.
Herald Wax Beanstastoso
fresh-you'll like thoem. P'or
WE' INVITE YOU TO
visIT OUR sTREu.
Tho Trinity ChureIs, ISoSt(an, iPrIzu of
Twenty-Fivo Dolisreq Awardi%41 to a
Nowbu,rry Negro sat th14 Tu,1im
goo Norm:ai aimI siisti
This prize was founded at the Tuska
gee Normal and Itidlustrial In11stitutO in
1895 by Rtov. E. Witchester D>onald,
1). D., pastor of Trinity church, Boston.
This prizo is awarded each year to thi
student of the seiior or A middle class,
that writes ali delivers the best, ora
tion upo the subjects submitted by
)r. Donaid. Six conitestiatts are selce
ted from members of these two classes,
who suibmit the best, papers. A com
mnittee of judges is selected to decide
The contest, was held in the Institute
chapel April 28, 1901. There was fif
teen htundred persons to witness the
contest. When the contestants entered
the chapel the applauds prevailed for it
quartor of tn hour, after witich the fol
lowing programme was rendered:
Industry as IRelated tG Character
3 no. C. Jordait.
Education as Rtelated to CiviC 'ros
perity-lienry It. Pattersont.
Industy as lelated to Character
Thomas It. Neely.
Eduetion as Related to Civie Pros.
perity-1''rantk 1'. Chisholn.
l':ducationt as Ielated to Civic I'ros.
perity-Rtussell 11. Fleming.
IEduention as Ielated to Cive 'ros.
perity-"d ward I1I. Carry.
The prize was won by T h'llontas Ilerr3
Neely, of Newberry, S. C., at membei
spf the seilor class. X x x
Cheats Untes 'ioleu of icoutes iy seniboart
Air line icailwasy.
The Seaboard A ir-I ,ine Railway, ti<
short line froi ill points inl SoutI
atrolina to Bitifalo, N. Y., offers
ebloick, of routes to the Pan-Ameeical
Exposition of all rail via Washintgtonl
or via Norfolk and the famous steame:
lines diverging from that point. \\'Iti
its magnificient PullItant ear ser-vici
and through vestibuled traiins it insure:
a comfortable, safe and quick trip
Ronid trip tickets from till points il
South Caroina on sale A pril 30th t<
September 30th inclusive, good for re
tuirni passage until November :3rd, 1901
$:7.10. Tickets on sale A pril 30th un
til furtheri notice at rate of $:3.1:
limited to fifteen days fromt date of sale
For any further information addres:
Mr. Butler, Jr., Division 'assengei
Agent., Savannai, Ga., G. Alel'. itte
Travelling Passeiger Agent, Colum
hia, S. C.;. I. '. L. 1311unich, Genera
I1assengeir Agent, Portsmoutl, Va.
G. McPI'. Batte, T. P. A.
Lexington Line Loc1l.
a"merillCt mu1ch behind with theil
There has beeni an abundance of rail
The wheat crop is better than it ha
been in years.
Messrs. J. A. Shealy and Co., wil
have a threshtron the road now soon
Generally a crop of peaches but ap
ples are scarce.
AMany farimers had t,o planit, cottot
ovetr, tho cold wveather killed the seed
If any one0 in Newbeirry wants trock:
send themn down here. They cant ge
flint irock by the billiotn.
VTe sontg of the mnosq.uito is htears
in t,he land and the stinIg of the Ala2
fly is felt.
I trof. \V. A. Coutnts of near Litti<
Mounttain has beenl eletd teacher o
the Cross Roads school for the nex
Mirs. WV. L. Mlotes made a week's vlsi
to Sahuda County to hter sister', Mrs
J. C. Taylor, last wveek.
TIhere aro manyfl good openinAsgs It
thIs county tor' sarill and Iu'mber men
This coutnty is the hiomte of the
br'ave, stur'dy, industrious anid priosper'
ous Luthtet'an and G3ermuan sett,lers
Long tmay their banner wave.
JunIe 5, 189L. hitch Ado.
iie Ketst, His Le'g.
Twelv'e years ago J1. W. Sullivan, o
Iliartford, Conn.,sctrated( htis leg witl
a rusty wir'e. Inftlammtat ion and1( bloot
poisoin g set in. F"or two years hi
sufl'e'red inttenisely. l'Then the bsest doe
tot's utrged amitputation. ''bitt,'' ht
writes, "I used rsto bottle of Eiecti'i
Bit ters anid I. 1. boxes of Euncklen'
Arnica Salvo and msy leg was sotunC
an(l well as ever." For iEruptions
Ee/.oma, Tetter, Salt iteum, Sorei
antd al1l blood disorders Electric ]Bltter
htas no rival on earth. Try t,hemi. Al
dIruggist will garantee satisfact,ion o1
refutnd tmone'y. Only 50) cents.
The swallowi is a mtasotn,
Atid, undt(ernteathi the eaves,
lIe builds a tnest andt p)lasters it
With muitd and( hay and leaves.
Thte woodpecker is hard at work;
A carpentter is lie;
And you tmay fintd htimt htattmerintg
His house high up a tree.
IlThe butllfinch knows atnd p)ractices
'Te basketmtaker's trade;
See what a cradle for lis young
'The little thtitng htas mtade!
Of all thte weavers that I kttow
'rThe chiaflittch is the biest:
High on the apple tree lie weaves
A cozy little ntest.
VTe goldfitnch is a futller;
A skillful workmtatn lie!
Of wvool andt( thire.s lie miakes a nest
'Thtat you would like to see.
VTe cuckoo laughs to see thiemt work;
"Not so," lie says, "we (10;
My wife atnd I take others' ntests,
Atnd live at ease-cuckoo !"
This signature Is on overy box of the genuls
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabltr
the remedy that cune-as ataU Jn ana-da
S- V "Consumption can bo curod."
ure alono wVon't do(.) It noods
hlcio. Doctors Say
" c'ott's EmSdsson
i he bet help." But you must
cntsiuo its use oven inl hot
V. N I I I' )%.Nl.!
1 "4 1It "t. Ncv Yotk.
For Factories and Mills.
iGN(i N i,S;
Corliss, AutonIIiat (ic, Plain 'Sidev
Houtolrs, aml'ld ps
From "mall p tnttio u 11111, to the
holaviost mlilk Inl tho m111rh1it.
All kids ofi wood workin. m111cehii ery
Plour andut cor'.1 milin;', Iehinlery.
('olpltete IiIIIin t - % .le-' s, I. s, ' imi s,
\'tin W inkil. alld Thoma... 1-.ng"in
Boi rS, Si IV, (iIs i II tovk for iuick
-1,11 i i C 11iinrn .,
Ii \T [I!,
Just these three poini
Style, durihlityV ain i 4Wconomy arite
You vill do uvi I lito favor of oxtinlllngll"
self tile favor of purlchsing. At any
(oopi0g ool ir not difficult whenl
- Sun11111or Si hit. will aisit groatly in I
plolty of varioly to help il the olec
Inlla1ts we'ro "Inl tho Swim." Th
horo for ovry imid tho right Itat it
Our Shi0s ak1!l t aKt titOnltiOnl. b01caus<
an1CO Anld rotwonahio privo. \Vo aisso
\Vo solicit lii iisp etioll of otur sto<
Every man, lady and
boy should have a good
time 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.
. M g , DmI'
(F. jtL84: N 7.)
Capital- - - $- - 10000
Surlu ad roit - 9686.8
caollction Cofspndencey soleied
Decposits llowed interest, at the rate
of 4 per' cent per annum from date ol
deposit. Interest patyablo January IsI
and Juliy 1st of eachl yeart.
T,'V S. D)UNCAN, Casthier.
.J. W. M. SIMMONS, Asst. C'r
Two hindred bushels of po
tatoes rcllove eighty p)mulds
of "actual"Potash from the
soil. Unless this quantity
returned to the soil,
te followvin( Crop will
W" havf. bnoks telling about
Compol n uSO and VA111' of
fertiliers for various crops.
T hy are sent free.
GERMAN KAI WORKS,
93 Nassau St.,
r ri Tirizs'irirs ANI) PATITONS
- - of ft. Iethel School will pleaso
Inet at the schoolhousu on SaturdlLY
Jtu e ''Ith, at I p. ml., for tho purpos of
electing a tneher. (Candidates for the
POsionl C1n c 10end their lplicattioI to
ity(m.on of thei d ersigned. The salary
is $io per, 111ontlh and tie term i x or
J. Y. T10iO.t'SON,
.1. C. S. lIMUN,N
.J N O. S. IW PI.'1",
I t Trustees.
s about our ready-to
vorth your sorious considoratiol. If
the goods you will probably do your
rato wo invito you to look at our
L C1ot1 i31 .
)mo i4 proporly d tssr . Our stock of
his direction- -good colors, too, and
is is th1 lIit. Storo. Thoro'f a at
fit aind inl prico.
of their high quality, ologant, appoar
o you I good lit, too. That MOMInS
. Cal a
DeAtmeta,trhing of4Tes t,
prluun from8 dat of hurrposit aut
le N iejiWt youi io Y,ouS. h. o
Whe tranist ageradl ankn bus
viduas. im n oprtos
P.iha.m . Al P rmacdyn.
I ce-t,Pidn lit. n Cashier.
Dea.mn t. hE'aTE,o R eve.
Me i e n nteo deo ixed.
o, NtatHion,s. o.I
AV r 8arn....ch orry's Cros king.v 23 pm
AIO 0;t som.....Ad tms tcoin..Ls 20f m m
Ai fr-I i 25am......s t U n opaio i ...L 5Ilp
A i:. M.LY.owi~a ' P. SM. A.
J1N. R, . AEO, prerindent
CoPtwoslt ncwth Bo.hRer.
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