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Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge Nos 75.
1 T A T 10 D CONVENTIONS OF
this lod(ge will be held the 2nd
and 4th ''usday nlt;ights of each month
at 8.30. Visitin Knights cordially
Welcomed. THO(S. E.1 PIU
K. of t. and S.
Crotwell Hotel Building.
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summe," Bros.
M eat................................. 8(a9 C.
Shoulders ........................... 8e.
H am s................................ lie.
Best Lard .......................... 1o(d, I tc.
Best Molasyes, nOw crop...... (e.
Good Molasses................... 25(050c.
Corn ................................... 8Oc.
Meal ...... .................. 75c.
W heat Bran....................... $1.25.
1st Patent Flour.................. $4.75.
2nd Best Flour................... $4.25.
Strait Flour........................ $4.00.
Good Ordinary Flour............3.253 .'75.
Sugar ................................ ( 6a) 1e.
ice .................................... 5 8iec.
CofTe ................................ 10 a) 15c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 1.25.
Bale Hulls, por bale............. 35c.
Butter, pertb .................... 15@20c.
Eggs, per dozen ................. oc.
Chickens, each................... 15@25c.
Peas, per bu3hel.................. 910t.
Corn, per bushl ...................70c.
Sweet potatoes ................... 50(a)60c.
Turkeys, per it .................. 0(a 8c.
Fodder, por cwt ..................75e.
Money to Loan.
On long time and easy terms, secured
by first mortgage on improved real
estate. Apply to Hunt, Hunt & Run
ter, Attorneys at Law. ft&f
To Colean Up Prorperity Cemetery.
All who desire to contribute anything
towards cleaning up Prosperity ceme
tery are earnestly requested to hand in
such contributions at once to Mr. S. S.
Ilirge at Prosperity. The cemetery
needs cleaning badly and the matter
should be attended to at once.
For superior laundry work, either in
a gloss or domestic finish, the Newber
ry Co's. now plant is hard to beat.
* DIsponser and Clerk Elected.
At a meeting of the county board
held here yesterday morning Mr. John
J. Mayer was re-elected dispeuser at
Newberry and Mr. 11. M. Thomas
Mr. A. F. Bedenbaugh was.cleced dis
penser at Prosperity.
Old Soldier's Experience.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of
Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife
was sick a long time in spite of good
doctor's treatment, but was wholly
cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills,
which worked wonders for her health."
They always do. Try them. Only 25c
at all druggists.
Ye Southern Dates' Recipos.
The ladies of the A. R. P. Church
have gotton up a book containing over
150 pages of five hundred selected and
well tested recipes. Their object is to
help pay for thei new church which
will sooni be built. The price is 75 cents
and the book is on sale at Gilder and
Weeks', Pelhamn's and Mayes' drug
Sale of Old Wardlaw Place.
On Monday, August 12th, the pro
perty now owned by L. W. Floyd and
C. J. Purcell, racing on Gantt street
and adjoining the cotton mill land, and
commonly known as Wardlaw place,
'will be out up in nice sized building
lots and sold at auction to the highest
bidder. The sale will b3 under the
diretion of the National Auction and
Shte Didn't Wecar a Mask.
But her beauty was completely hid
den by sores, blotches and pimples till
she used Bucklen's Arnica Sailve .Then
they vanished as will all Eruptions,
Fever Sores, Boils, Ulcers, Carbuncles
and Felons from its use. Infallible for
Cuts Corns, T uen, Scalds and Plies.
Cure guaranteed. 25e at all druggists.
Rev. J. Ml. Henry,
Rev. J. M. Henry, of Monroe, La.,
preached in the Methodist church
Sunday morning. HIs sermon was
able and thohghtful, and he reef'ved
the close and undivided attention of
the large audience.
Mr. Henry Is from Newberry having
duated at Newberry College in the
of 1880. Is family are living in
ty at present and he is homeo
tto thorn. His many friends
tho grade of
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Rev. Y. Von A. Risor, of Saluda, is
in the city.
Miss Ada Gautt, of Atlanta, Ga., is
visiting Mrs. P. J. Voss.
Misses Manio and Maggie Cline are
visiting in Greenwood.
Air. George Leonhirth, of Richiond,
Va., is visiting his parents at Helena.
liss Carrie Aull has retuined from
a visit to relatives and friends at Pen
Miss Bessie Selhiipert leaves tomor
row for a visit to Hendersonville and
Mrs. R. L. Tarrant, who has been
visiting relatives in Saluda, has re
Mr. Julian Kinard, of Augusta, Ga.,
is on a visit to his parents, Ai r. and N irs.
J. I. M. Kinard.
I)r. E. E. Williams, of Smith's phar
miacy, has gonbon I few weeks visit to
Saleday in August was a very quiet
day, no sales being made by the olli
cers of the county.
Miss Mary Thompson returned on
Friday from a visit to Wilmington, N.
C., and other places.
Rev. Walter Henry will preach at
Cannon's Creek church next Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock.
Miss Rosebud Chrelitzberg, who was
hurt in a runaway accident some time
ago, is improving rapidly.
Mr. and Mrs. E. 11. Aull and E. 11.
Aull, Jr., returned yesterday morning
from the BulYalo 1xposition.
Miss Fannie McCaughrin, of New
berry, is visiting at 0ol. W. HI. Hunt's,
i)ean street.-Spartanburg Herald. 3rd.
President Geo. B. Cromer returned
yesterday from a trip to Lexington and
other points in the Interest of the col
Miss Odalite Johnson left yester
day for Spartanburg where she will
spend some time with Mrs. Annie
Associate Justics Y. J. Pope and
family left yesterday morning for the
mountaias where they will spend the
Rev. )r. E. P. McClintock left on
Friday to join his family at Lexington,
Va , where lie will spend a part of his
Mr. Robert Bass, of The Herald and
News force will spend iv few days in
Columbia, and give The Herald office a
much neAded rest.
Everybody should go to the College
reunion at Little Mountain on Friday.
It will be a great occasion and you can
not afford to miss It.
Rev. and Mirs. J. H. Harms, of New
port, Pa., who have been on an extend
od visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
D. B. Wheeler, kit yesterday for a
visit to relatives in Savannah.
Master Maxey Lindsey's friends will
be glad to know that he is greatly. im
proved, and with the careful nursing of
Miss Copeland, a proficient trained
nurso, hope to be out very soon.
Messrs. :John Adams, T. 0. William,
and A. M. Treague, who have beeni act
ing as guards for the Southern shops
during the strike in Columbia, have
returned to Newberry, the trouble be
ing about over.
On last Saturday some very disagree
able and sickening odors came from
fish stands on Main street. The selling
of fish should not be allowed on Main
street durmng this hot weather.
The.city authorities are doing some
good work en the streets. It is well,
and we desire to see the good work go.
on. The people dto not object to the
spending of their money if they can see
results in improvement which help the
Tihe following are the delegates from
the Helena Sunday School convention
to meet at New Chapel eon August 20:
Arthur Kibler, Miss Lizzie Salter,
Mrs. J. D. Chapman. Alternates: B. E.
Julian, Miss Mary Leonhirth and Miss
In a slow game on the college dia
miond Satur'day afternoon West End
defeated Newberry by a score of 12 to 2.
The Newberry boys need to get one set
of players and practice together. There'
Is some good material here and a good
team could be gotten up.
The $2.50O cash prize given at Gider
& Week's pharmafcy each week to .the
young lady receiving the highest num
ber of votes during the week was on
Saturday night awarded to Miss Lillian
Jamieson. Miss Jamnieson has now re
ceived this prize for two weeks in suc
Appreciated By U.
The following is from Mr. J. E. Nor
mont's account in the News and Courier
of the Press Association's excursion to
"President Aull did splendid work In
ging this trip, but his constant
teens attentions to the details
the best advantage. The
rt of each member wes
ideration, and every
d to him for all he
ii ably assisted
ing and most
Ira of the
LUIED TO 1115 1)EATI IN A DEN OF 1
A York County lloy'e Awful Fate In Char.
lotte-yho.'king Tile of Flontlolhnuep.
Charlotte, N. C., Aug. 4.-Last Friday I
afternoon a young man was found lying t
by the roadside two miles froth Charlotte (
in ian unconscious condition. IIe was t
brought to the city hospital, and there he ,
died ati hour later.
'T'Ie corner's in<iest has developed a
case of murder and robbery. The dead
body was identified as that of Newton e
lanier, of Fort Mill, S. C., and a volum
teer inl the Spanish war, who v:ent to
Cuba ini a cotnpany front this city.
It transpires that Lanier was given
knock-out drops at a house of ill-fiune
and was afterwards sandbagged and rob
bed of his watch and $8o in cash. I,anier
came here h'riday morning on his wav to
Clover, S. C., to visit his father.
While waiting for his train, he was 1met
by three men, one of whot gave his
nane as Chas ,yle, of Knoxville, 'Tetau.,
and1 lured himn to the house of a woman
of the town, where he was plied with t
liquor and afterwards doped and later on in
Lyle had openly boasted to one of the a
women of his intention to "do" his vic- t
tim. The suspected Inca are sai(d to be :1
gamublers who came here during the lire- 0
men's celebration two weeks ago. It is n
believed that Charles Lyle is an assumed I t
name. The police have a good descrip- '
tion of all three and their capture is prob
N4- b wrry Case L)ecIded. b
The case of Monroe Cooper against "J
the Georgia, Carolina and Northern J
railway has been decided by the Su- A
preme Court, the decision of the
lower court giving $1,500 damages to
the plaintilf being sustained. Messrs. to
Johnstone & Welch represented the $
Protractei Mllotig at Knig'e Creek. L
A protracted meeting will begin at 1i
King's Creek church next Sabbath. Rev. ft
11. 13. Blakely of Atlanta will (1o the C
preaching. There will be two sermons
and the conimunion service on Sabbath. a
The meeting will be continued during b
the following week with one sermon at
ir o'clock in the morning and one at 7
in the evening. Services to begin prompt
ly by standard time at the hour named.
I,verybody cordially invited.
Meteorological Record, July, 11)01.
Mean maximum, 93.5 -ti
Mean minimum, 70.5.
Mean, 82.0. d
Maximum, 102; date, 25th. -,
Minimum, 66; date, 10th. c)
Greatest daily range, 32. .1
Precipitation - Total, 5 51 inches. y
Greatest in 24 hours, 2 51; date, 18th.
Number of days-With .01 inch or lc
more precipitation, 9; clear, 1; partly 1
cloudy, 22; cloudy, 8.
Dates of thunderstorms, 14, 17, 18, 19, F
Remarks-14, rained 1.50 inches in
1 hour; 18th raIned 1.54 inches In 3s
hours; prevailing wind south.
W. G. Peterson, d
July Liquor sales. st
The sales, profits, and expenses at
the Ncwberry dispensary for the month P
of July are as follows:
Total sales......................$2,703 312
Gross profits.-.................... 674.09 ft
Gr'oss exp)enses................... 227.10 h1
Net profits ..-.....................44.09 ~
The profits to the town and county
fromt the beer dispensary for the four
weeks in Junly are as follows:
July 8............ ... ............$20.80 .11
JTuly 15.-----.----................13.00 8
July 22.,------................ ...... -104
July 29--.---------............... 13.00
The~ whole amount turned over to the"
State from the beer dispensary for beer n
and royalty for these four weeks in
July was $135.30.
Prcsof Ladles ready-made waistsh
and skirts greatly reduced, at Wooten's.
J U)Cy. things to
f head. -
for in loe
C 'ts. this lot
FIEW.BT OF T
.YUtU1l CoUlttst: TO 1l^: O1t(IANI'i:17
'1ne tList of Lectu,rea, c.ncertH, (lco Club ,
Etc. for Newborry.
Mr. S. R. Btridges, manager of the At
tauta l,ycetut Systein, is ini the city in
he interest of a course of high grade
ntertainitents. Newberry should join
his system of Southeri 1ltcatiotnal ad
atcenc t, and get the best attnactions.
vailable by getting --in I lie union''. This
an be done at a very low cost.
It will take at least 6 inemtnbers at $4.ea
acl to stat t the course here. Give your
ubscription to M r. Bridges whein lie calls.
No LroSntt, at I.tn;io y', liridgo.
After today there will be no crossing
t Idndsay'a bridgo over 13usli river
ntitl next i ionday morning. Super
isor Sehutmport is having some of the
ridge rebuilt, but the work will bo
tnpletllte and crossing possible after
Tho Ltttle Mountain lRooin.
'1'ho annual Newberry College re.
non at. Little iountainl will he held
ext I'riday. The train will leave New
ctry in the morning at the usual titme,
bout t o'clock. The faro for the round
'Ip will bo ;>0 cents from Newhorry and
5 cents from Prosperity,-no half tick
ts. Addrsses will be delivei.ed by it
umber of distinguished speakers, and
[to crowd is expected to be very large.
he progratu is as follows.
The opening addre s will be mnade by
Ir. C. Dl. iHptinlg, of the class of 1901.
Addresses on educational toplics will
o malde by the following: W. K.5ligh,
H. O'Neall Holloway, J. B. Wingard.
B. unter, iRev. A. 1. Beck and E. I1.
Tot (lntunrM Nigut Alarm.
"One night my i,rother baby w:a
then with Croup,'' writes Mrs. J. (.
inder, of ('rittend("n, Ky., "it seemned
would strangle before we could get a
oct,or, so we gavo it D1r. King's New
iscovery, which gave quick relief and
ermnanently cured it. \Ve always keep
in the ious:: to protcet our clhildretn
om Croup and Wh<ooping Cough. It1
ired me of achronic br>onehial troub!it
tat no other retedy would reln'ive."
ufallible for Coughs, Colds, ThI*roat
ud Lung troubles. 50e and $1.00. Trial
otl li free at all druggists.
St. Patil's Iitome.
The health of this community is good.
The members of St. Paul's and i\l t.
ilgrim'churches have voted their pae
>r, Rev. J. A. Sigh, a month's vaca
The following persons were elected
3lcgates to county Sunday-school eon
mtion which meets at New Chapel
urch the 20th and 21 3t of this month:
haddeus B. F.pting, Carrol Shecly and
rt"s. Carrie Lorick.
M r. Ch i ps, the bell has rung long and
ud. If you don't soon com the mel
us will all be gone.
Let's all go to Little Nountain next
riday 9th to reunion and have a good
We attended the Lutheran Sunday
hool convention at Mt. 'Tabor last
bursday and Friday. The topics for
scussion were fully discussed. Thle
tendanco was large. We are having
rvices regularly every first and third
anday during the absence of our
Cotton crops arc looking nice.
Peole in this commnin ity are' cainning
uits, beans, tomat,oes, okra, &c., for'
>me constumpion; also dIryitng fruit
r same purpose. Push.
Aug. 5, 1901.
A Desep My,stery.
It his a mystery why women olinuro
ackacho, JIeeadache, Nervousness,
Leeplessness, Melancholoy, .Fain11tillg
id DI)zzy Spells when thousands hlavo
.coved thlat Electric Bitters will
aickly cure such troubles. "I suffered
r. years with kidnley trouble,"' writes
rs. Phebe Cherley, of Petersoni, ha.,
11d1 a lame back pained 111 so I cotuld
t dress myself, butt .Electric Bitters
holly culredl me, andil, althlough '73
mars old, I now am able to (10 all miy
tisework.'' It overcomes ConsttipaM
on, implhroves Appetite, gives perfect
calthi. Only 50c at all dIruggists.
always on the look out for nice
3 is rensonable, so much the bet
you'll be pleased.
whoe we struck the nail on the
te deal with live people who are
ouch with fishing vessels. They
o supply us with this table dleli
e price, all can afTord thorm
E OHIEAPER TIHAN MEAT.
elf a goodl turn-come at once
'ill not last long. Next apt to be
:RRY, S. C.
P1tOSl'lI:&ts ItKIallT FOlt nl0Li,()1lON
IAN 'F'Al'TUItIN() CO.
Mr. ilbIutir, thn hnaI,el ii'ntileut otf Ih'
M1)1il0l i ninnuf llriti lg c,ntantIlly lit
ti.rvlttl Ahoat I t l'rovp1-eta"e for Cut
tttn Mnn,nfacturing lin (i'ntratl
an tifor t h llllhon iMlinu
Iiutrig Cot1piany lin air
I l n tt r.
: iucl ii- t ndcut \''ilbit l, of the \lMollo
hion \altiufacturint; Co., who hast:tbeen
oil all e.tended tLur of thirtenii North
trn States, itndt who has had abundant
opportunity i i obslervigl the cot on
imnakt atd the prosprects for cottoln
mantlufatcturinlg enterp"Irisej, has re
turned hllma) and was seeni by ia repre
sentitive of '.'het! IIerald ami News yes
WhenOi a4ked about the cottonl manrkct,
"I f(un i tho illirkt, fl cottot goodth
in ti vastly implroved ctndition, I mnilht
say at fairly heailthly statte."'
"What. ab1out. the p ro:+pect' for cotton
tnianufactuiring, in the: 01uth,"" was askied
"Ii conveltatiol with '<omlle tOolmis
sit n house 1men of Now York th-y ex
l re.ssedl an opin ion ni o'ardiii ng 0 the proa4
)cct for cotton lanufaturin in gene
rat andu more)1 part"icularly inl the South.
lit their opinion the Smuth todty is In
a condit-ion the lo-sibilitis of whlich
ale not fully reali.ed by the Sou1ther-n
people. Teicy realia' that the Soth
Cai mtanufactuic coarreC, nediul and
htioos, midic ill ordr.r to protect the
linancial illtere":ts of both the North
andi S)uit is Cotot uanlfacturiig cen
tres they more tlal strongly ativise i
diversitied mill )rodlut;tion. ''hn idea
imt hiLlero existed regarding the
:"outh a-i being only capable of inanu
factuling tithe eoartstr goods has beenl
v ry much cllulged anil they now ac
Icnowledge that, we not only have a cli
mat.e wh)iclh tsl.:: not debar Ius from
mnuufactrin ;g, iUt, itiong -omlc lines it
i:s i positivo ad vantage over the severe
cold wetather of tht New E-:ngland
"What, do the mill people of the
North think blout, the coulrse which the
Mollohloln 11111 s have aldol ted in talk iug
up1) a special line of wor"k?"
"Th71e mai1Chintery dealers with whom11
I talked, and I persoinally Saw 1111 of the
large dealers, think that we have
adopted ia reasoialibly Safe coulrso inl
taking u1p it special line of worlk. They
havo an alind:Ilnce of coniidtleneo ill
thtis special localit.y and stand ready to
back up their b-iief by lhelp along linted
which all new clterrl)ies require.
"'Those lill s which have or"ganized
for the production of export, goods ire
bcginning to c tive 'corders for oxpol ts,
particulirly xl 2rts to China allid o1e0
mills which h;,"Z not, had their ma
chiinery placed from the fact that thero
was great ixRt.y colcerning the out
colme of tht Chtneso troubles arC now
iuportuuing Lt ltachilery dealers of
New England to till their orders for
machinery with the greatest dispat,ch.
Many mills which were organized for
Converter's goods have changed their
organization to s5ih an11 extent ats will
1pt1"emit them to tak up the , , an
:W> yard ox port lines ta they believo
tihat theC comintg yeatr \v ill dlema,lud( of
I hema export orderOs far In) exess of anly
l ting h)itherto existin1g."
WhenCI asked t) say somfething about
in particular and wmhai. is thought of it
amongl) the Nor'thIorn1 people, Alr. WVII
"Reg'1aringii' the A1lollho mills iln
p)articuxlar they consider that we not
only haive aldoptIed a reaisonably wise
courIse ini organizing for fine nulmbers,
but t,hey believe fromn knowledge gained
conecCrninlg till ci1ty of Netwb)cery', its
buisiness5 facilities andli tile stanLding of
more1 especCial ly 'its liocat,ion, si tuatedi
as It is Oil two lilnes of railways, anid
connlectd to Li,be ad(jo)ininig ities,
thalt, wo have lhere a1 splendhii oppor0Itu-.
nii ty. It, onlly reires 1) Spush,l a lots) of
piLIec, and1 ai deterina lltion to bacik
busi ness mn of tis 15communiiity, to
halve erected here ill this city a mill1
lant sceondll to nonei in) tile Soulth and
Iwish somnetimelis It were p)osible for
tile buisi ness menI to see andli undlerstand
ast the speatiker sees it the resuIlts wich
lust en- uc if they will but adopt that
safe course. Thela old adage that "in~
unl)ity therel is strengt.h, ane Itveri had a
molre Cexacit opp1 ortuin i ty ini becom Ing
verilied thlan in tihe present occaslilons.
WVhen asmked Lt) say somellthlinig ablouIt
the pirogress whVii ch is beinIg made by
thle M\ol l0ohon (comipany Mr. Wilbur
said that the progress malde is entirely
satisfactory to tIhe ollicters. This1 was
all he could1( say ait presenC1t.
C'rae liheumatismaa or Cahtarrh tharouagh theo
JBlomod--Cos Nothling toT'ry.
Would you I ke to get rid of that
chrIono I rhleumatism151 or ogTensivye cai
tIarrh] forever. T1heni take a bottle of
thousand.i of hopeless Ics that haOd
resisti.d doctors aind paItent medicine
tr'eaitmenitt. o' alnic Blood I laIm ( H.
II. B. ) cures thlrouIgh th10 blood by de
stro)ylng the poison1 wichId cautses thle
awful aches In the bhones, joints, shioul
dcer blades and1( back, swollen glands,
hawking, spilt inhg, bail brelIiah impalired
hlearing, etc., thus1 mlakinlg at perlfet
cure. I Iotaic~ lilod Halma thoroughly
testedl for 30 yeal's. Composed of pure
Ilotaic Dru'igU. I'orfectly safe t.O take(
biy old and11 young. .U ruggists, 81 . Trial
t reatmet free by wr litIing Blhood B almn
Co., A tlanta, Ga. D)escribe trouble and
free meidical aid vice gIven until cured.
Dlon't givo up hope, b)ut try B. B. B.,
which makes the blond pure and rich
and11 buils up the "all1 ru dlown,"'
tired b)ody. H. Ii. H. makes the blood
roll, givIng tile skin1 the rich glow of
The essential coniditlons 'for fine
laundry work aire up1-to-date machinery,
good supp)licsl, competent wo'kmalnsh Ip).
Having met tall these reqiuiremnents, tile
Newberry Laundry Co. Is in a position
to eater to the most critical.
W ill b e d i ;
We need the MONEY!
We need the I
Therefore, from now
190 1, to trade
OUR LOSS -
The Fair and
(iourso,s for 1)vegroof; N
S)cience I iI with wor
.1 ilrariis of I1,000 \.
TrUI'ION 1 I"(:ollgiuat" )opartra
S In Porlmratory Dopurl
Hoard O( 50 to .$I2.5)
NI S'SI lN HIG I N$ O'TO
Geo. B. CRC
Corner Nance & Pratt Streets.
Notice to Creditors.
A LL4 AN 1)81 NGLIUI,A;ll I.01
.-.ltors of Da(Iv id We'rts, dIieeasd,
are herchy ntot,il to renderct in thecir
flam duly atttedC(, aginilst thle est,ate
of saiidIt decased , to thbe u ndignedJ~ICI at
Silver Street . S. , or to my A t.tor
ncysa, Messrs, Al,ower & I ynumn, at New
berry, 8. 0.
I 'I ESTON S. 121V I NGST' )N,
Ad mr. &(., of Daid~i \Vertf', dee'd.
- |,1 5. i- (-i,'ve r
l . Iwer tellin100
Choice New Seed,itt,ns;.
Wr!t e forprc nnd y,,';'' /
spc iail clrcular tel bio I s' vaiu t<
crop. tij "P" r qut.
T. W. W(SOO & 8ONS,
SliHISM1sN, WIIfMOND), VA.
W~OOhes F'Al,l (C..TALOG['F i0 t .\ng
tell n eiL Ve'ut inter Vahs Cu isonui
Clovevr, RIipe, Rus,t Pro-nui aind Win ter
ot, ee inc; WVheatu, Gra: ina ud
Clo vie Seceth,
Vegetalc Seeds f Ig ntciiltitng.
(ntaleIte maiiledl fre, weri te for it.
The Riser Millinenj
isi offering' theireniesol
at greatly redluced pr'ices
E VE RY T111N(t M UST1 G () 11'
TIHE NEXT SIX WEEKS
Ms Call and see them
if you want bargains.
3RHEL10NA SCOOL. Tidit
.evnmonths. Salary $30 po:
month. Malo teacher' preferredl. Al
apjplicationIs must, bo in the hands c
one0 of the undlersignedl on or befor
August 17, whIch (day they will elect.
1. 1). SHOO(KL,EY,
G. P. 1111L,
hlna,. 0. (
posecl of at
iur new FALL STOCK!!!
on until September 15,
,it the Beehive of
Newberry, S. C.
JULA Chartered In 1856.
king iaborat ri(s.
aont - - ()) 00
toielt - - - -2 00 to $:i0 OO
I II I t, 19 0 1. ' r 1 c a ta lo ' tuIe a d d re ss
"Singthi)r own praise."
Sold direct from the
f a ctory. Comparison
s peaks louder than tes
timonials. Stieff pi
anos "sing their own
praises." Order one
on trial or for compari
son and you will buy
taken in exchange.
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
Baltimore,iM d. Nor. &
So. Carolina B ra n ch
Wareroom, 213 N.
Tryon St., Charlotte,
C. H. WILMOTH,
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 uis and we
will put it in good or
We also have a nice
Wear and Glass.
OltO ZION SCliOOr, D)ISTItIIOT 50.
Tr six mon th, beginining mid-.
die or October. HaIIlry $30o por mionth.
A ust be ab)le to ttech b atin and Greck.
A ppl iatlins fi led w ithI unsdersi gned.
TruCee will meet atl scihool house
Aimu.t1, 1901, at, '1 p. mI, to elect a
M. 1[. F"OLK, Clerk,
P omaLria, 8. C.
A Saving all Around.
"Sax\es Lime and1( expense"' is what a.
schl3(( truistee wvho secured a first-class
teher through mec wrote.
"HSaves trouble" ar'e the words of at
teachier who sccured a good positioni
th rough my services.
S3aves moneCy is whiat tho school au
thoriLica do who buy their school Sup.
Trustees in rneed of teachers and sup.
a pies, and teachers In necua of positions
should welto mec. All communications
J. FRUANK( FOOSHI%
3m WVinnsboro, S. V,