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Knights of Pythias,
Ca exStl? .'E ta11,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
S T A T E D CONVENTIONS OF
this Lodge will be held the 2nd
and 4th Tuesday nights of each month
at 8.00. Visiting Knights cordially
welcomed. THlOS. E. EPT1'iNO,
K. of R. and S.
Crotwell Hotel Building,.
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Meat.. .... ..................... 8 0c.
Shoulders ....................... .. . .
Best Lard ........... ............ 10(a) lo.
Best Molasses, new crop...... 00c.
Good Molasses..................... 25@50c.
Corn .................................. 75c.
M eal ................................. 70c.
Hay............................... . 1.10).
W heat Bran....................... $1.25.
1st Patent Flour.................. $4.75.
2nd Best Flour.................... $4.25.
Good Ordinary Flour.........., firstname.lastname@example.org,
Sugar ........................... 'lc.
R ice.................................... 5@ 8 c.
Coffee...... ...............1 10(a5c.
Cotton seed meal, per stak... $1.25.
Bale Hulls, per cwt.............. 35c.
Butter, per lb .................... 15( 20c.
Eggs, per dozen ..............124(il:c.
Chiekens, each................... 15(a)25c.
Peas, per bushel................. 1.i0.
Co :n, per bushel.................. 70c.
Sweet potatoes....................50@ 60.
Turkeys, per lb .................. 0 8c.
Fodder, per cwt .................. 1.00.
Money to Lonn.
On long time and easy terms, secured
by first mortgage on improved real
estate. Apply to Hunt, Hunt & Hun
ter, Attorneys at Law. ft&f
Take it all the year round-Palmetto
Liver Medicine. 10 cents at Dr. Van
Smith's Drug Store. ly
The city market has just put in a new
and every respect and up-to-date re
frigerator and Is now prepared to meet
competition in every res,)ect.
t&f 6t City Market.
Barbecue at Pomuarn.
Mr. A. L. Aull will give a first-class
barbecue in the grove at Pomaria on
July 13th. IIe guarantees to give every
one a good dinner, and there will be
amusement furnished for all who attend.
For Biliousness, Jaundice, etc., use
Palmetto Liver Medicine. 10 cents at,
Dr. Van Smith's Drug Store. ly
Who will furnish the Exposition
with two bushels each of wheat, oats,
rye and barley? Who will furnish a
half bushel each of the same for the
Let me hear from you farmers. Pre
pare them now and write me.
M. A. Carlisle, Chairman of
Try Palmetto Liver Medicine for in
digestion. 10 cents at Dr. Van Smith's
Drug Store. ly
For ice tickets good for 100 pounds In
piees of not less than 5i pounds, at Ice
f&t 3t S. B. Jones.
We have 500 bushels
Peas, all varieties, for
$1.25 per bushel.
Purcell a Scott.
Women to Meet.
All the ladies Interested in helping
to work for an exhibit from Newborry
are cordily invited to meet at the
residence of Mrs. James McIntosh on
Saturday, June the 22nd, at 5.30 p. m.
The members of the different commit
tees are especially urged to be present,
and to please to be prompt.
Mrs. James McIntosh,
Boys who are always at school should
have a sure remedy for sudden attacks
of cramps, diarrhoea or dysentery, and
an hour's delay in cases of this kind
often leads to serious results. Parents
should supply their sons with Pain
Killer, which is simple, safe and sure.
One dose rarely fails to bring relief
Sfrom any bowel complaint. There is
but one Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'.
Price 250., and 50o.
Palmetto Liver Medicine cured me
of chronic constipation," writes James
Evans, Piedmont, S. Li. Sold at Dr.
VanSmith's Drug Store. j1y
S. A. L. Offer. Excellent Bates.
Effective date-all season tickets to
Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo,
N. Y., and summer excursion tickets
to Niagra Falls over the Seaboard Air
Line railway will allow stop over privi
leges at all points north of Quantico
and 2Delma, Va., within limit of ticket.
These tiekets offer the most attractive
of trips allowing stop-overs at Wash
ington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and
New York, Watkin's Glenn and many
other places of interest. For rates,
etc., write G. McP. Batto, T. P. A.,
Columbia, S C., or Wm. Butler, D. P. A.
. Night was Her Tetror.
.I woulit cough nearly all night
!1m)g." writes Mrr. Chas. Applegate, of
Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly
getan elep Ihad consumption so
bad that ifJI walked a block I would
cough frightfully and spit blood, but
when all other medicilnes failed three
'$1.00 bottles of Dr. King's New Ulscov
-ery wholly cured me and I gained 68
rounds." It'o absolutely guaradteed
to cure Coughs, Colds, LaGrlppe, Bron..
-chitis and all Th~roat and Lung Trou
bies. Price 50e and $1. Trial bottles
free at all druggiete.
VARIOUS ANn ALL ABOUT.
Claud Williams returned today from
North Pltts leaves today for a visit
Miss Hogrief, of Augusta, is visiting
at Dr. Halilan's.
Miss Lizzie Odom, of Chappells, is
visiting, Mrs. Rt. C. Perry.
Congressman A. C. l,?ttiuer attended
Commencement this week.
Mrs. V. V. lBoozer, or Zob, N. C., Is
visiting relatives in the city.
Drs. Edwin Fullinrider aml M. M.
Kinard attended Comincoment.
Mirs. James W. Ogilvio or Lexington,
is visiting relatives In the county.
P'rof. F. W. Rauch of Wyse's F'erry,
attended commencement this week.
Thomas G. Kemmerlin, of Orange
burg, was in the city on business this
August Kohn, reporter for the News
and Courier was up attending Con
Don't forget mind reading perfor
mance Monday night, June 21, at the
Miss Lizzie Young of Covington,
Tennessee, is visiting her aunt, Mrs.
Dr. A. G. Voigt and son Gilber', re
turned to their home in Wilmington,
Mr. Geo. MeP. Batte, travelling
agent for the S. A. L., is in the city In
the interest of his road.
Miss Gertrude IIarms who has been
visiting frionds in the city returned to
her home in Savannah last night.
Several of the young men at the ro
ception on Wednesday evening forgot
to say that the weather was warm.
Prof. M. J. Epting, who has been
teaching school in New Brookland was
in the city this w ek visiting friends.
Prof. W. E. P.ac k of the chair of
Mathematics in Kec Mar, Hagerstown,
Md., was attending commencement
Prof. G. T. McAlister, Mr. Jno. M.
Hendrix, and Misses Mary Hendrix
and Ella Walters, of North Carolina,
are in the city.
Wo stated in a former issue of this
paper in mentioning prizes that Miss
Julia Smith was in 4th grade of Chap
poll school whon it should have been
Prof. and Mrs. S. L. Powell, and lit
tle son Henry, left Wednesday for a
stay of several months in Pennsylvania
Miss Beddoes, who has been attend
ing school in Massachusetts, has ar
rived in Newberry and is at the home
of her father, Mr. C. C. Beddoes.
Dr. H. W. Ileesse, Messrs. Fred Teot
chen, Sam Wheaton and Fred Harms.
in former years students at Newberry
College, spent commencement at New
Mr. McCaw, of Greenville, is in New
berry for the purpose of writing up
the town for the Exposition magazine.
lie is stopping with his unele, Dr. W.
Messrs. J. L. Kinard and J. 0. Cas
sidy of Washington, and Prof. W. E.
Black, of Hlagerstown Maryland, at
tended the Commencement at their
The Junior Primary league of the
S.a1day School Teachers will meet this
afternoon at 5 o'clock at the Methodist
parsonage. All members are requested
to he present.
Prof. W. C. Bynum, D. A. Boyd, 3.
E. Roland and Forest Stillwoll and
Misses Mary L. Burton, Lizzie Domi
nick, Nannie Pool, Juanita Schumport,
Gertrude Simpson, Maggie and Lilla
Johnstone left for the summer school
at Spartanburg yesterday.
Prof. J. B. O'N. Holloway, of Bel
wood, left today to attend the summer
normal for teachers held in Spartan
burg. After about the 20th of July he
will return to Newberry and start ac
tively upon bis canvass for Mt. Amoena
Fcmale Seminary. He has been en
gaged in educational work for several
years and will make a good canvasser.
Bays Hie Was Torturedl.
"I suffered such pain from corns I
could hardly walk,'' writes Hi. Robin
son, Hillsborough,'Ills., "but Bucklen's
Arniea Salve completely cured them."
Acts like magic on~ sprains, bruises,
cuts, sores, soalds, burns, boils, ulcers.
Perfect healer of akin diseases and piles.
Cure guaranteed, by all druggists 25e.
Stops t' ' Cough and WYorks off the Gold
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No cure, no pay.
Price 25 cents.
Every moment hold imy hand;
Without thee I cannot stand.
Show my foot the place to tread;
Step by step I must be led.
Go before mue all the way;
Give me daily bread to-day!
--Rose Terry Cooke.
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
That Becautiful $5.00 Spring Suit re
dnana to $460 Sn . , Woole f
SOl ni IRN'S NEW ROAD.
City Eouncil aism .esolutious Urging Tht
the Iond Vinn Through Newberry.
We publish below some letters
which havo )ased between the Town
Council and the officials of the South
orn railroad in regards to bring.
iug the now railroad which is
talked of being built through Now
berry county by the town, and which
goes to show that our city fathors are
not asloop but aro working for the
best intorest of the town, and we
hop that their efforts will not be in
vain but that they may be crowned
with success. The lotters and roso
lutions are a:s follows:
Newborry,S. C., May 20, 1901.
Supt. P. 1. W olle:i,
Columibia, S. C.
Dear Sir:---i'nolosed you will hnd
copy of the resolutions passed by the
City Council which we respectfully
ask that you place in the hands of
the proper authorities who are deal
ing with tho question therein re.
Any assistance that you can ren
der us in this matter will be very
W. S. Langford,
C. & T. T. C. N.
Resolved, That we reopectly re
quest the authorities of the Southern
Railway Company to run the line of
railroad from Blacksburg to John.
ston through the city of Newberry
and promise them such inducements
as are fair and proper on our part.
2nd. That we ask an interview or
3oDferenco with them before any
lelinite action is taken in regard to
the line of said road.
3d. That the city clerk be in
itructed to send a copy of this reso
ution to the superintendent of the
J. & G. division of said company
,vith the request that he place it in
he hands of the proper authorities.
Columbia, May 30, 1901.
Ur. W. S. Langford, City Clerk,
Newberry, S. C.
Dear Sir:-I beg to acknowledge
tours of the 20th, enclosing resolu
Lion of the City Council of Newberry,
.n respect I> the building of a rail
oad from Blacksburg to Johnston.
[ have referred the communication
.o Col. A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N.
., our first vice-president, who has
3harge of now construction work of
ill kinds. I am sorry that I am not
%ble to give you any information
,vhatever on the subject, but in the
vent he is interested in any such
>roposition I have no doubt he will
ommunicate with you direct. I am
nuch obliged for your courtesy in
P. I. Welles.
Raleigh, N. C., June 8th, 1901.
Wr. W. S. Langford, City Clerk,
Newberry, S. C.
Dear Sir:-Mr. Wellos has for
Ivarded me your letter of May 29th
inelosing resolutions passed by the
P'own Council of Newberry in regard
,o a line of railroad between Blacks
m'rg and Johnston through the city
I cannot say just now when I can
irrange a meeting, but will be glad
o do so as early as I conveniently
ian. I have nothing definite to re
Yours very truly,
A. B. Andrews,
Wourklng 24 Houra a Day.
There's no0 rest for those tireless little
workers-Dr, King's New Life Pills.
Mihllions are always bnsy, curing Tor
pid Liver, Jaundice, Billiousness, Fever
md Agre. They banish Sick Head
tche, drive out Malaria. Never gripe
>r weaken. Small, taste nice, work
wvonders. Try them. 25c at all drug
You Know What, You Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
ronic because the fomular is plainly
printed on every bottle showving that it
e sim plyl ron and quinine in a taste
Less form. No Cure, No Pay. 50c.
The finest from California.
The luscious fruit was put up
while perfectly fresh. Large
cans, brim full, 25c.
These from O'alifornia too.
Something rich and tasty.
The flavor is delightful. Big
Just the thing for tarts. Per
These are so tempting. Like
all fruits from California,
these are the "real thing."
Grated-so easy to use. For
Sherbert and Ice Cream or
other dainty deserts. Price
Lemon Cling Peaches
Those great thick slices just
melt in the mouth. Heavy
grain, Sugar Syrup. Califor
nia's choicest fruit. Can 2t50.
('PHnONE No. 50.)
BOON1:, TIli WONI)EI WOIKEt.
Wondorfui: Exilbition of Mitd.1Ceading
Boone, the mind reader and hypno
tist has mnystified the town and toda,
overybody is talking about tho truly
wonderful denonstrations he made of
his powers yesterday and ISIt night.
The carriage irive-tnind rending test
given on Main street yesterday after
noon surpassed anything of a similar
character ever attempted in Sumter
A committee consisting of Drs. Hugh
son, Dick and Archio China and Mr.
11. L. Scarborough directed the test.
They wrote a letter to Mr. Isaac
Schwartz, placed in a lock box at the
postollice, drove to the 1:piscopal church
and concealed the key in a box in the
church. They drovo to the Diamond
Racket store where Prof. Boone was
awaiting. lie was closely blindfolded
and he then got into the carriage with
the committee, took the reins and drove
the horse in a gallop up the street to
lepublican turned around and drovo
at the same speed to the Episcopal
church, got out, went in and went
directly to where the key was con
cealed; taking the key he drove to the
postollice opened the lock box, selected
the letter prepared by the committee
from several others, drove to Schwartz
Bros'. store and delivered the letter to
Mr. Isaac Schwartz, at the same time
describing to the committee how he
was dressed. As marvelous as this
test was, Prof. Boone gave a number of
mind reading exhibitions last night
that were fully as diflicult and myste
rious. Ilis hypnotic power is truly
wonderful, and last night ho gave an
exhibition of hypnotism that surpassed
any heretofore seen in Sumter. lie
took a number of sub'jects from the au
dience and while under his contral
they thought and acted exactly as lie
wished. The audience was delighted
with the the exhibition, and as greater
wonders are promised for tonight the
crowd will be even larger than it wats
last night. lie will be in Newberry
June 2-Ith.-Sumter Itenm, June 11th.
We have had good rains and all veg
etation is growing nicely.
Mr. Ernest Fellers and family of near
Newberry, spent Sunday with Mr. B. L.
Miller's family here.
The service on last Sunday afternoon
was well attended and Mr. MeMorries
gave the large audiene a good sermon.
Glad . 'cc and know the Firemen's
Tournament at Newberry last week was
all 0. K. Newberry always does her
part in anything bhe undertakes. Sorry
we couldn't be in Newberry last week
Air. Arthur Counts and sisters, Misses
Bessio and Mamie, attended service at
St. Luke's church on Sunday and spent
the day with their brother, Prof. I. C,
Counts and wife.
Dr. J. W. Kinard, of Columbia, came
up and spent about four hours at his
home here on Friday morning. Ills
visit home was short but pleasant..
Our young friend, Mr. Ira Nates
came Up) from Columbia last week and
will spend a week or two at his home
here to regain his health. Hope the
country air will prove beneficial to his
health as well as his visit home p)leas
ant and enjoyable.
Our' people will finish up harvesting
their grain this week. Grain very
good in this section.
Some of our p)eop)le will attend com
mencement in your city this week.
All praise to Newberry college.
Mrs. J. S. Wheeler aiid children, of
Utopia, visited in this section last
Have plenty of vegetables such as
beans Irish potatoes pickles, etc. 'rho
blackberry and cherry oi'op is also
good. Come ovei' friend Chips and help
us enjoy some of our good eatables.
The Best Prescriptioni for Malaria
Ch ills and Fevei' Is a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chuill Tronie. It is simply iron
and quinine in a tasteless form. No
euro, no pay. Price 50ce.
An inkling is all we can give
hero of our splendid assortment
in Canned Fruits. 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 upon QUALITY,
not how cheap, but how GOOD.
The best goes farthest. Want
you to enjoy some of these good
things. Come and see, then you'il
__Newberry. 8. Ct
Cheap Italtes on l8ut tiorun atlwnmuy.
The Southern railway will sell week
endt rates from Newberry and Prosper
ity to Spartanburg and Greenville for
$2.00 round trip, train leaving Saturday
afternoon and evening and Sunday
morning, returnin- leaving destination
not later than Monday following "lato
On account of C'ommnencement exer
cises Cjeinson College the Southern
RIailway an nouinces low rates from all
points on I. lines in the State of South
Carolhna to Calhoun, S. C., and return.
Tickets to he sold ,one 21s to 2.lth in
clusive, Iinal iimiJit Jne 25th. Prom Ab
heville $3.15, Uharleston $9.O, (Green
ville 1.10, Spartanburg $2.19), ('reen
wood $3. lI>, ()raIgeburg .7.:o1. ('orre
1)oduingly low rates fron other points.
Account National Grand Teiple,
Mtosric Tern paris of Ainerica, Ilrining
hamln, .\ la., July :01 -A ugust -1, the South
erin RIailway announce rates of one first
class fare for the rondut trip from all
points on its lines to lUiiringthamn, Ala.,
and return. Tickets to be sold .1uly
28th, :thth and 30t,h, final li mit A tgust.
Account meeting of Mystic Shriners,
Ashev ille, N. C., .I une 2:' 25, the South
ern l;ailwiy announces low rates fromt
all points on its lines in the States of
North and South Carolitn to Asheville,
N. C., and return. Tickets to be sold
.Jun1te 22 to 25 inclusive, final timit .ilne
29th. 'ront Anderson $0.20, Charles
ton $1:3.00, Columbia $7.O), Spartanburg
$3.-1, Greenville I$1 85. Corresponding
ly low rates from othrci' points.
The Southern Railway htving in
augurated "Gentlemlent's Club Cars" on
the W1'ashingtont & South ,;:steenl Iaim
ited between Atlanta and New York,
making this one of the finest passenger
trains in the United States, has suc
ceeded in obtaining as one of the ears
for use on these trains Gentlemen's
Club Car "Atlantic," which was re
eently used by P'resident ICinloey on
his tour to the I'acific coast. No better
guarantee of the elegance of these club
cars could be given than that they are
of the class of l'ullman equipment so
leted by the President for his tour,
which, as a matter of course, is of the
finest workmanship and latest design.
For detailed information apply to any
agent of the Southern Railway Con
pany. V. I1. Tayloe,
A. G. P. A. Atlanta, Ga.
J. A. .13UL'TON, Agent.
Ohnpel (lt's DiotH.
Mr. Editor: This lea:es all well but
itwfutlly in the grass. Itain grass, and
big river seems to be all the go nor.
The grain that is still in the field is
getting in a rotton condition It can't
get dry enough to house. The river
has been over the low lands and if T
rem ber correctly seven times this
year, it wias higher Sunday than any
time before. It was almost over the
railroad in some places near Chappell's.
One of our young commercial clerks
came very near losing his life and also
getting his horse drowned here Sun
day morning. Ills best girl lives on
the other sidle of the river a'2l ho had(
told her lhe would be over thece Sun
day without fall, so he udiked out in hIs
best Sunday ml. uig amnd haid il Aid
caught anid rubed up21 until she fairly
shined. Hie mounted rode downi to tho
river and to those cruel muddy waters,
he said he could swin it and starte~d In
but Maud knew it was dangerous and
just refused to go, and well she did for
had sh20 gone .I have no doubt both
would have been dirowned. iIe camne
out on the bank and me thlink I here
him say on Saluda's muddy banks I
stan~d and cast, a wistful eye to Sa
luda fair anld happy land, where my2
swcathear't lives. It seems that ho has
becomo reconciled for it will not be
long until next Sunday, but 1h0 is watch
ig the river, he is afraid it will get up
again before he can ace her aind tell her
how near ho came getting drowned all
on her account.
The crops5 are the least I ever saw for
the time of-year, and a lot, of it Is In the
grass. A lot of the bottom has never
been hoed the first timie and now it Is
Llm2ost July. 1 dlon't see how a full
orop can tbe made. T1hie corni is going
1o be almost a failtiro again. I am
afraid most all the low, wet land was
pllanted in cornf and it hass been too wet
to wvork all the time, but 0one conisola
Lion we have, It, was p)romisedl to Noah
su2d his descenidants, that there would
Ilways be seed( time and harvest, and
the Lord has never failed to fulfill his
Well, Mr. 1Editor, for fear' all this
may be0 fhrowvn in the waste basket
Lhat sits in your 01l1ce for all such stufl'
Is this, I willI close. I remain yours,
11s ever. Julianj.
CON FIDEN CE
Is always betrayed in the Gold
Brick game, but you will never re
gret getting our prices and examnin..
ing the quality of our goodn before
you buy. We are ill tile
busines to please.
.I"or th next 30 diy w o w ill soll y (
solti in Nowberrv. I ter aro Hoio of
(uCl about tliol-- -our })rices do thei
will bo like this:
5?.7 > cut prices $ .1.25
8. it) cut prices 5.110
l1. >l ('lt prices 6. 25
11.11,A cut plricos 71.7:>
I6.,0 cut lricos .12.50
\W'o have mado cuts liko this on all
of our Children's Suits will bo closed
sohl at. tie., now ."1>e. Sold at. $1.25,
now $1.i. All others in proportion.
Our oltiro stock of Dry Uou1ds to I
spun) f>c. tiebt P.rints -to. 1( C. Cottl
Straw lats! SI raw I lats !! -All go
Shos ! Shoos !!-Our stock of Sho
being closed out, at cost. La~dios' OxI
jlW'1atch our widow for prices o
The 1108ad to I
Is not too good for
the people of South
A few reasons why
you should Insure
Your Life in
The Pacific Mutual.
BeCa use It is the strongosC'"t
Becau ('omnly in the U. S.
Its ratio of what it ha to what it is
Iiltale for Is $1.10. Vew m panics reacih
that ratio. Ile,ides t.his solid security
it is backed by reason of its legal or.
l,aniza.itiani, by $20,000,0t10 additional
iceurity to its policy h1((lers.
I t is :33 years old.
It is (conl)lliCll inl its manallligelent.
It, pays large tiividt ndi.
I inlc'reasel its "insura i nLt ' il fore(.
i I000 29 iper cent--a strong test.
\V lat other eomiuany reached so great
I t wrote ill its hoimle State ill 1000 on -
Lhird of il the. life busiiess writt,en inl
that Stato dur11ing the year.
It, giv(s larger (narantca (not
;uesses) ill cash :1id paid up in11ua5(n1ace
w-ritten. in the co.- tracet thil
xil,y other comp11any. Y'Ou are guaran
teed an annual increase in the values of
your policy and you got it whether
you d.io or lapso or li'vo Out your
period. 14To othor co.m.patn
It sells the only vho1o life pol le"
sold that is guaranteed to he paiid i 1
for imoro than its face inl from It) to 30
years, and which is guarianteed to he
paid as an endowment. (eash) whei the
insured reaches ago (ct to 83 depending
on ago at eltritnce.
it sells the only we -ty Payt, ,ife
pol1icy sold that is guar'antceed to be pid
up for moure thlan its face ini 15 years.
it, sells tile only "i fteen I'ay Life
plolicy sold that is guiaran teed to bep laidi
up for mnore thlan its face in 12 years.
It sells the 0on1y Ten Payt Life in)licy
sold tihat is g~uaranliteed to be plaid up in
Its rates are( 110 hiigher tban other
legal reserve comnpanies.
To learnl all its at1 iantages at your
ownu age send name11 and diato (If birtih to
A. P. PIFER,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
& 9~A Few Agents Wanted.
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.
For Factories and Mills.
CJorliss, Automlatic, Plain Side
Heaters, and P'umps.
From small plantationi mill, to the
heaviest mills in the market.
.All kinds of wood wor-king maltchineOry
Flour anid corn milling machinery.
Complete ginning systems, ILmmus,
Van Winklo and Th iomas. IEngines,
Boilers, Saws, Gins inl stock for quick
1n2n Main mt Columbi, . C r
mu clothingii ch1i-or thantt it ha( been
our pricos. Wo don't lum. to writo
talkling. 'tto pric'' lurinr thi lstalo
d. cut pricc"a 1. 25
: .5! cut. prico(s O.25
11.50 cut prices t.2f
colorud Spriing Suit 'h l)itlTlanco
ont rEtr(II:(s of cost. Siuits that
now 'c. Suits that sold at $2.25,
1 closd1 out it cost. lest .1-4 I lomo
it ibout half pric o.
o bettor than over. All low-cut are
ords from ie. to $2.22, worth 75o. to
CALL ON US DURING
Our 1co C'romuis, flavorod with
PIEAC11, 1TU IT TI
atro nico andt(I dolicious.
You can got tho most rofroshing
drinks at the Now ONYX fountain at
Intres pad o deosis i th Saing
Wnet )trsc aio geelOisih llanking s.
nessarmnt saet, the accon of 4iCndt
v iuls,u frm at ofpotions
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I". Z. WVIrsoN. W,I If. IuNT.
J1NO. Ail, K N A 1.DI, Presi1dent.
0. B1. M AY 1SIC, Z. 1'. WJtIGIL'IT,
Nat0ll$ Bailk of Nowberi7, S 0
(iEsr,sm;J:r. I 1871.)
Surplus and Profits -- 96,865.88
General bankIng business transacted
wIth priompiItness. Spwei attention .o
collections. Correspondence solicited.
Decposits allowedl interest at the rate
of 4 per cent per annum from date of
deposIt. Interest payable January 1st
and July 1st of each year.
M. A. CAR&LISLn, Prca,.
TI. S. D)UNCAN, Cashier.
J. WV. M. SIMMONS, Asst. C'r
Notice of Election.
ON TUECSDAY, JUNEC 25, 1901, AT
s.7ix o'clock p. im., there will be atn
elcection held v,y the Board of H[ealth
of the town of Noewberry, M. 0., for a
Heoalth Officer to serve fromI Ju ly 1st to
Dec. 31st, 1901. All applicants for the
position are requiested to hand their ap
plicatIons to the seretary of the Board
on or before said date.
P. G. ECLLISOR, Chairman.
M. T. RPR AIIMAN Set.lat