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. EDUCA TIONAI. CIN FERENCE.
The Educational Conference which v
held last week in Athens, Ga., was
great importance to the educationai
velopment and growth of the south, r
so much because we are in need of t
money from the north, but because so:
of those who have money are conscit
tiously in earnest in the desire to place
in the south and are going to do it, a
it therefore behooves our educators
take a part with these people and h
them put this money in suca channels
will do the most good. It was our pr
ilege to stop in Athens last week for
few hours and to attend some of the s
sions of the conference, and we were g
to see so many leading and promini
educators from South Carolina in attei
ance upon the meeting. These men a
women from the north who hs
come down here are deeply in earne
and from our observation at this coni
ence we believe their purpose is good a
that they are anxious to give- of th
wealth with pure motives and with 1
purpose of doing good to the great
number. They are going at their w<
in a systematic way, and while they
making contributions they are also ga
ering information, of the needs. It
their purpose rather to help the comn
schools and schools for training teach
than to endow colleges. As expressed
President Ogden not to be satisfied ut
there are well equipped school hous
competent teachers and 4n eight-mont
term in every school district. This
what we need. It is the great need
the south-this and good public ros
should go together and then the ru
districts will be the ideal places to live
Mr. W H. Baldwin, Jr., expressed t
purpose of the conference as follows:
First. To promote education in 1
whole country, irrespective of race, sex
Second. To develop public schools,
pecially rural schools.
Third. To encourage self-help,
urging of local taxation for schools.
Fourth. The.training of school teq<
ers, especially in the industrial depa
Fifth. To co-operate with institutic
already established and to aid in t
maintenance and improvement.
Sixth. To co-opperate with other in:
tutions of learning.
Seventh. To collect educational sta
Eighth. To furnish information
garding education and to be the clearn
house of educational statistics.
Ninth. To furnish the press with inf
mation looking to the advancement
- - ' education interests.
Tenth. To promote every form of
* serving educational work.
From President E)gden's annual rep
we make the following extracts wh
-will give an idea of the purpose of 1
"This -conference exists for a h<
cause-holy in the highest sense.
creed reflects the divive love, broad a
beneficent as the.universal sunshine, a
* expressed in the single dogma, that evi
child in this broad land possesses the n
* ural right to, a good English educati<
The personnel is cosmopo1itan in
marked degree. Here are governors
states, officers of great corporations,
ucators of every degree, clergymen
many communions, editors, auth<
bankers, merchants, lawyers, who,
the time being, have set aside their s
eral cares for the larger interests of <
common country, and the crowning gra
influence and power of this assembly
pears in the presence of so many gc
"In morals and national things i
new century is an event to the world
large. There is a sudden manifestati
of accumulated power. Masses of capi
rush together with magnetic impulse a
in startling magnitude. Community
interest pools in concrete form vali
that had not been comprehended in
tail. This material life is national.
"Simultaneously with this realizati
of things, an iintellectual awakening
pears. Generous facilities for reseaz
are placed at the command of scien
The increase of endowment to great:
stitutions of learning is the recogniti
of the debt that wealth owes to schol
The. president then outlined the
ganization and work of the southern
ucation board, and the board of genea
education fund, formed since the last c<
As to the problem of education in t
south he said, in concluding:
"Out of the case comes the silent a
peal of millions of children of school af
With this appeal comes the cry of c
country with a stern demand th.at frc
this child material good citizen's for t
future shall be furnished It is our du
to so echo and re echo these appeals ti
the ignorant shall rise up, and by t
mere force of human right demand a<
quate education, that the people shou
tax themselves for education, that sch<
authorities stiould promote~ the best ide
of education and that philanthro:
should supply the lacking margin I
yond the capacity of the public purse a:
private local liberality. Let no doubti
expression or uncertain sound go fort
Education for all the people; good, we
equipped school house-s with compete
teachers and an eig,t-months' term
every school district. Let this and nothii
less be the aim of this conference.''
While at Athens they contributi
about $20,000 to the founding c f schok
ships for the training of teachers and
pa f nidbedeso n ft
payldingsao inteNeorma coneol. t
represns million Nofrmone Scowned Th
ranrement millions of monev owned 1
people who feel it theIr duy to place -EMO
some of it in the south for the education
of the masses It i-; our duty to co-oper- The U1
ate with them in the placing of it so that
it will do the most good.
We hope the next conference will be On
belt in South Carolina. Up to this time ing tb
nothing has been done in this State. was
of We have taken up this much space be- their
of cause we look upon this movement as a proce<
le- good thing for the entire country. One and d,
ot of the speakers said that about $140,oco,- whic
he coo was spent every year for pensions May
ne and the great part of it went north. and We
it yet the south was taxed for about forty a few
nt millions of this sum and got no ben- as fol]
nd efit. He thought it was the duty of the
to north to spend something for the educa- O'd
tion of the children down here. This Carli:
as statement came from a northern man. Seci
iv- Those of our people who attended the Ex
-sa conference were delighted with their trip ford.
es- and felt fully repaid. It was inspiring Del
[ad to see the earnestness and hear the words m. m
nt of encouragement from these men who Wert
,d had left their business and come south in Yo,
nd the great cause of universal education. C Go
v President Ogden is the manager of Mr. Fir:
st, Wannamaker's great New York store. Sec
er- Mr. Baldwin, the president of a great Caug
.nd railroad system, and the others men of Sec
eir prominence in their lines. hardt
he Athens is a historic place. Is the seat of hxd
est the University of Georgia, the State Nor- T. 0.
>rk mal School, the Lucy Cobb Institute, be- Earbi
tre sides a system of graded schools There CoE
th- are few places in the south so noted as a L. S
os seat of learning. Tt has more old Colo- Del
onl nial residences than any town we have l Se
ers ever seen It is the home of Ben Hill Domi
by and Henry Grady and other great men of D. L
til Georgia. We are glad of the privilege Stewa
es. we enjoyed in the stop over. Every W. H
s' southern state was represented. Jones
is E. H. A. Bisho
of__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
ds LOsr A FOOT. stone
Spf%nce Lswi1, Colored, Had Big Right FooT Fir
he cut Off ,asurday by the ( , N. & L. Pas- See
8rtqc*r Train. bam.
.he Spence Lewis. s cololed brick mason, Sec
or o this city, ot latii Saturday afternoon, ME
had his right foot cut off by the down
passenger train on the C , N. & L. War
:he road. H.H1
It is thought that Lewis got on the Del
:- train expecting to get. off at the water H. Ri
rt. tank, and seeing that the train was not stone,
going to stop, in attempting to get off S. Mc
ns just below the Gravel Town Junction, gins,
eir slipped and the accident happened. Aul,
The wheel passed ov'er his right Hunt<
ti- foot cutting it off across the instep- F. J.
Lewis claimed at first to have a
is- ticket for Prosperity, but could produce M*
no ticket and Agent Cavenaugh bad Mt
ronly sold three tickets and knew to Brow
nwhom he sold them. Lewis was also Se
ander the influence of whiskey and has Cot
rno one to blame but himself for thedoss W.H
of of his foot.
He was carried to Dr. J1. K Gilder's Brow
e- office, who amputated the foot, and the
negro is getting along all right. Wi
ch BIDDING THE TOWN OF LOAFERS. Sec
heMagistrate Chappell Does the Town andJo
County Both Good Service.Jo
Its On Sunday, the 2oth of this month, Subet
ud there was a gang of town loafers congre- Fan t
nd gated in Well's pines gambling, and it.
try seems that there were some worthless Jalt
at- women in the crowd who got into a diffi- m-a
m-. culty and one of them got slightly cut, D
a consequently Magistrate Chappell had a Ml Di
of trial in his office Monday morning, and a*nd E
ed- in the progress of the trial the magistrate C(,I
of asked what all that crowd was doing out mitte
rs, there on the Sabbath day, and it came to Del
ft r light that they were gambling. The mag- Reagl
ev- istrate immediately dismissed this case Kir
>ur and issued a warrant for nineteen of the new c
ce, worst negro loafers of the town. The en- Presic
ip- ergetic constable, C. G. Blease, made a Vic<
ad dive for them and brought in one of the Sec1
offenders, and the news spread like fir e nick.
he and before he had time to get this fellow Con
at to jail the other eighteen departed forSmt
on parts unknown It was a blessing for Exe
tal Newberry, and it is to be hoped that the W. L.
nd magistrate will simply hold the warrant Cou
of open so that they may stay away. The D Snr
res county is getting the benefit of the one Del<
le- they did catch, however, as the mnagis- Smith
tra' e gave him thirty days each for two
on different offences.
p- - - Trir
ch The Liquid air Entertainment. drix.
:e. The large audience at the opera Vic,
n- bouse Friday night highbly exjoyed the Sec:
on entertainment given by Prof Patty, Exe
ir- introducing his experiments with liquid Pitts.
air. His lecture alonig with the differ. Del<
yr- ent demonstrations were simply mar- Pitts,.
:d- velous. Some of the m:ore striking de- J H.
-al monstrations are: b ros- is frozen so Reel
in- that it becomes brittle, but retains it s Smith
colors. A soft rubber ball, subjected Vict
be to the liquid air, becomes hard and is Sect
then shadtered like a piece of g!ass Exe
p- Quicksilver is frczen and( moulded into M.
e. a .-olid piece in tb' form of a hammer Coul
ur with a handle An icicle is made of Smith
m fr< z n alcohol. A kettle of liquid aid Deli
he bo;ls on a cake of ice-steam freely tion,
y issuing fro'm the spour. A ke't e is B. C.
.at placed over the fire andI ice is formed Smith
ae therein while actually over tbe flhme. Old
le- The liquid air the profess'r p i a Boozer
d out, is simply the air we breithe, liqui Vice
fi.ed-flowing like water, at a tempera
1tur- of 340 degrees below freezing po*int. Secr
as The entertainment was highly n- Cou:
yjoyed and those who missed it missed a G. Pet
-The Great JiMn.-ai Swamp te .h
h Of Virginia is a breeding ground of L. E.
l'Malaria germs. So islo sv, wet or marsh y Smith,
1 fground everywhere. These germns
tcause weakn-ss. chills and fever, aches
in in tbe bones and muscles, aind mar in- Chal
duce dan2erous maladies. Hut El-e~ win
Itnic Bitters never fail to destroy them Secr<
and cure malarial troubles T hey mbl
~d surely prevent typtoid "We tried Exe<
r-many remedies for Malaria and Stom- Dele
toacb and Liver troubles." writes John Scurry
e on ntiga oda lcrc y
oy Bhareson Try themvil. Oly "bct AllvVan
ey foundt anythinte astgoodatos Elcriig
y Bitters." Try them. Only 50c. All Vaul
rnemista anarantee satisfaction. nwigh
ED Vice President. Henry M Boozer.
Secretary, B. Whitney G.odwin.
and County Ex cutive Counmittiemau,
Delegales to County Couvention, A.
wiz- Madden and B. W. Go,dwin.
Inty TOWNSH I P NO. 9
I at Warehouse Club - President, J.
icers Vice President, C. T. Wyche.
ition Secretary, B. B. Hair.
day, County Executive Committeeman,
only Delegates, G Y. Hunter. N.
are Young, C T. Wyohe, J. B. Fellers, A.
Dominick, J Lindsay Bowers, W.
Taylor, R. I. Stoudemayer, J. M. Wei
A. Geo. S. Dickert, E. A. Counts, A.
Hawkins, B. B. Hair, T. L Wheeler,
Dzer. B. Schumpert. A A. Singley.
Bu- TOWNSHIP NO. 10.
St. Paul's Club-President, U.
I M. Vice-President, Jno. B. Redenbaugh
Secretary, L. I Epting.
John County Executive Committeeman,
Iges. Delegates to County Convention, L.
Mc- Epting and Jno. B. Bedenbaugh
Ear- TOWNSHIP NO. I'-.
Pomaria Club-President, T. W. H
W. Vice President, J. P, Setzler.
Secretary, Jno. C. Aull.
, M. County Executive Committeeman,
-0. Delegates to County Convention,
. H. W. A' Dunn, E. P. Lake and T.
L. C. Sunday April 27Lh at the Bapt
. W. parsonage, by Rev. G. A. Wright, I
vick. Paul Wiggins and Miss Alice POWE
ohn- of West End.
Off for the Exposition.
Pel- This morning a special train will p
here over the Southern for Charlest<
The special will pass here and take
the coaches left here for Newberrig
rans, about 9 o'clock. We have heard of I
M- following who will go today: Col. a
Mrs. W. H. Hunt, Mrs. James McInto!
W- Mr. J. N. McCaughrin and the Miss
McCaughrin, MisF Sallie Lane, M
H- Dessie Shackelford and Mrs Het
ohn- Lindsay. There will be many oth
Geo. whose names we have been unable to g
E. Of All Hot Weather Enrmtes
I. B. of humanity cholera is the wor
son, Treatment to be effective must
prompt. When vomiting, purging a
sweat announces that the disease
p. esent combat it withb Perry Das
c. s. Painkiller. All bowel troubles, 1i
diarrboea, cholera morbus an,d dyst
tery are overcome by Painkiller. Il
equally health-promoting in all<
. c. SPECIAL NOTICES.
WANTED - A good man to I
Mc. scrap iron. For particulars wr
to J. B. Garfunkel, Columbia, S. C.
W1[ANTED-Scrap iron of every
nan, scription and second-hand t
chinery. For particulars write to J.
Jno. Garfunkel, Columbia, S. C.
i. W. ORSALE-Call on Dr. D L. Boo:
&Son. They have a ieltof I
for sale. 1
UBB-RLCER STAMPS-Name sta
tte- 1c.per l.ine. Pad O1c. Dat
merch'ants marking outfits. J. P. Co
a Newberry, S. C., Rubber Stamp Ma
'facturer. 6ms ltav
J UST received a. nice lot of Flan
com- Suits and Serge Coats for men,
J. B. COPEFLAND BROS. will not bei
derse: d i:. anyone.
is a yOU can get correct styles, a
bers. prices very low, at Copelarnd Br
om-the Ewart-Pifer Co's.
D. Paper Pattern
lace, tf S. J. WOOT EN.
j TOREBOUSE for Rent-For se
or ren:,. Als.o a two-horse farma
rent. A pply t-> Antine Buzhai dt. t&i
E MOV ED- I have moved my je
elry establishment into the st(
occupied oy Pelnam's china hai! a
Elen- will in the future be in a better pc
tion to serve the public. I 'keep
stantly on band, Gold Watches, D
mond an:1 wedaing rings, jewell
oyd. silverware. .ctia glass, clocks and nov
ison ties. Rer.aember I arm prepared to
difficult eyes with glasses. Youirs
ravidJ. GUY DANIELS
and ('NE lot Warner's $1.00 and $1
-'Corsets to close at 75g. and $1
.M. A t Wooten's
BUTTER and EGG~
Oil Saturdays of each week at Freig
office Atlantic Coast Line R. R.
Newberry, So. Ca.
Sat- WAL~LACE B, TODD
LIFE OF T. DEWITT TALMAGE,
try, bis Sorn. Rev. Frank Dewitt LTw.a;
oand associate editors of Christian He
adald. Onl.v book endorsed by Talmnai
adfamily. Enormous profit for ag'en
who 'act quickly. Outfit ten eeni
M. Write im~mediately Clark & Co., 222
4th St. Phila. Pa. Mention this Panpe
"R %TIC CLUBS REORGANI2
nbs of the County Met Saturda.y
lected Officers *nd Delegatet to
the County Convention.
Saturday the work of reorgi
e Democr-tic party of the co
egun. The clubs assemble
respective places of meeting
ded to the election of oft
Aegates to the county convel
will bsemble next Mon
have received reports from
of rbe cluns so far, ard thosE
TOWNSHIP NO_ 1.
Men's Club-President, M
et, ry and Treasurer, S. P. Bo
curive committeeman-M. M
egatcs to county convent
Buford, F. M. Lindsay an
ing Men's Club-President,
st Vice President, W. W. Hot
oud Vice President, Jas. N.
retary and Treasurer, J. W.
-cutive Committee- P. H. I
Stewart, Jr., S. J. Derrick, J
trdt and J. N. McCaugbrin.
nty executive committeemai
egates to county convention
humpert, J. Y. Culbreath, F
nick, D. F. Pifer, T. H. F
Copeland, S. J. Derrick, C
ri, J. C. Goggans, Eduard Sc
. Wallace, J. W. Earhardt, I
, T. C. Pool, H. C. Hunter, C
p, E. Cabaniss and J. E. Renv
olina Clut--President, Alan J
it Vice President, Geo. S. Mc
Dnd Vice President, W. E.
retary, L. W. Jones.
!cutive committee, E. M. Ei
Hutchinson, E H. Aull, D
ard J. H. Caldwell.
ty executive committeeman
egtes to county convention
kard, W. G. Mayes, Geo. J
, F L. Bynum, E H. Aull,
>er, J. M. Johnstone, F. W.
W. H. Hunt, E. S. Werts, N
William Kibler, I. H. Hunt,
er, J. H. Caldwell, J. T. Pre
Russell and J. B Mayes.
Bethel Club-President, J.
etary, W. H. Wendt.
inty Executive Committee
egates to convention, Dr. E
n and W. H. Wendt.
TOWNSHIP NO. 4.
iit mire Club-President, JT. S.
nty Executive Committee
egates to county conventin,
-, John Duckett, Tom Eison, I
and J. S. McCarley.
TOWDSHIP NO. 5.
Lpa Club-Executive commi
W. C, Sligh.
egates to county conventio
ncan, W. C. Sligh, H. M. M,
eman, J. WV. D. Johnson.
egates to county convention,
i and W. C. Swittenberg.
ards Democratic Club-This
lb organized with 30 mem
ent, 0. B. Evans.
President, J. H. Willingham
retary and Treasurer, J. A. I
imittee on Registration, .J
A. D. Johnson and J. C. Gar
cutive committee, W. H. Wal
Copeland and J T, Ward.
nty Executive Committeemar
~gates to county convention,
and J. A. Dominick.
TOWNSHIP NO. 6.
ity Club-President, J. H.
e President, E. H. Longhore.
etary and Treasurer, J. Y. F
cutive .committeemanl, Ma<
gates to county convention, I
J. A. Shroder, T. J. Grizzard
erville Club-President, I.
SPresident, A. J. Livingston.
-etary, W. L. Golden.
cutive committee, Thos P. I
Matthews and A. B. Mills,
nty executive committeeman, ]
gates to county county cot
J. W. McKittrick, P. R. Workt
smith, J. J. Livingston and I
Men's Club - Presidint, H.
Pressdent J. R. Spearman.
etary, W. T. Peterson.
rty executive committeeman,
gates to county convention,
erson, Thos. P. Pitts, M. M.
te, Geo. P; Boozer, T. J. Hart
Senn, J. Will Wilson and J.
TOWNSHIP NO '7.
>pells Club -President, J R.
etary, WV R Keith
:utive committeman, J. B Seu
gates to county convention, J
,A. P. Coleman, W. R Keith
~hnie Cu reiet
. Aqd Hold
H. I never have been a
past as I can now. Y(
H. this before in Newber
B. speculate in old styles.
date, attractive good,
H. shelves. Another thin
berry to undersell me
Le chandise. I have as m
'.the crowds as the n(
houses in Newberry c
01 salespeople salaries f(
show you plainly who i
G. ing and Shoe business
ist I have made up my mind to do the Clothing
Ir. business. Compare my prices with the clothing
300 Men's Suits, all styles, worth $500, for this
Is 300 Men's Suits, all styles, worth $7.50, for this
up sale $5.35.
ms 200 lien's Suits, all styles, worth $10 00, for this
he - sale $7.25.
nd 150 Men's Suits, all styles, worth $12 50, for this
e 125 Men's Suits, all styles, worth $15 00, for this
iry sale $11.25.
ers 300 prs Men's Odd Pants at actual first cost.
et- 200 Boys' and Children's Suits at less than what
they cost to manufacture.
Qt. Don't buy a Suit or a pair of Pants until you
be see my line. I will save you big money.
s*LADIES' OXFORD TIES.
j200 prs Ladies' Oxford Ties, worth 65c, for this
1i- sale 49c.
200 prs Ladies' Oxford Ties, worth 75c, for this
y200 prs Ladies' Oxford Ties, worthb $1.00, for this
ite sale 75c.
le. 200 prs Ladies' Oxford Ties, worth $1.25, for this
a- sale 98e.
-e When other merchan
ay business MIMNAUGH
a salespeople hustling
)k people have long sinc
first class store and th
The Cheapest SI
S Politick.' bosses like to think of iheut Notice <
selves as ihe soverign people. m n
Ftley's Kidney Cure if t.akeu in time
-- affords security from all kidniey :and I'O rIC~E is
le blad'der diseass. Sold by Gilder & make a
t) j , eks. estate of M rs.
ti --- - ----in the Proba
- Suecess covers a multit uie of trains- C'u ry- S.. C
w- actions of the gold urick variety. dav of May,
re - - -- ini tbe forenoc
nd Foley's Kiuney Cure makes kidneys thereafter ap;
Si- and bladder right. Don't delay taking. as Administra
m.- Sold hy Gli:der & Weeks. Al: perso1ns
A --- said estate wi
nyA an never- begins to rise in the a'tested, on o'
el- world until after be settl'-s down. M]
'Frten 3 ear's I had chronic bron- -_____
chitis So bad that at times I could not?3 *
- speak aibove a whisper." writes Mr.*f ua
.0 Jose ph Coffmn.w, <f X ontmnorenei. Ind.e
00 'I tried all remr d:. available, t:u! with N s
no success. Fortunately my employer -
-suggested that I try Fo:ey's Honey and resogectf
Tar. It s ef se; tw as al most miraculous,th lai
and [ am no.w eu, ed of the disease. On
my recommendation many people have and Vic
used Folev s Honey and Tar, and al-ha OE
way's with satisfacfion." Sold by Gil- S O
dler & Weeks -_ change
When in doubt tura to the right;tben jchase or
go straight ahead. dies', chil
DraflArOack ofWhooping onueh. solicits th
Mrs Ellen Har1ison, of 300 Park Ave. - ers
Kansas City, Mo . write's ne foluoas: PeSn
--Our two children had a severe attack please Cl
of wboopn cough. one of them in, the CrotWell I
ht paroxysm of coughing would ofton f.intlbetween c
andi b!eed at the nose. We tried ever- -_____
thivnz we heatrd of without gA tig e
lief. We th--n: c''!d it: our? fami y TeSs
doctor who~ prescribc Flb v's lIon. Th 'ys
and 'Tar. With th*: verwy tirs.t dos- they American peo]
began to improve anid we fe-el that it second, how
ha sae their lives." Refu.e suti.~4 The first can t
tutes. Sohi by (GiM1r & WVeeks bon!esty end se
The seret of dress is the locationi of Fr. rShru
th-oce . iia,ia. Liver I
The surest and saf'--t remne for igsio.c
kidnev ani bh idi- Vcy,-aheiPlpt
H[orn and~ Taru Soh! t&SOTh,a
e ---- --- - - ~ Sur.e
r- I'FFC H OURS--Pe 'fns ha'.ht anohrdy
e usine.ss with the County Super-knn n't
ts intendent of Education will please callatoc Goi
s at his office on Monday s and S;turdays, adgtasm
Ind hoeaehi fir ~v iestinct. 0t
r fEgSWet,Spt jmac.Plit
S-omach, Ha >
nos of the He
Low Spirits. et
at once Go ti
and get a samt
S. as t bose are his office dava size, 75 ets. G
ro CA TCH>
B able to serve you in the
)u never had a stock like
ry to select from. I don't
I carry clean, fresh, up-too"
B that don't stay on-Our
g; I allow no house in New
on the same class of mer
any salespeople to wait on
)xt two largest- dry goods
ombined, and I do not pay
>r nothing. This fact will
s doing the iAillinery, Cloth
of the town.
S_ Shirts! Shirts!
il i ~100 doz M4n'- Sbirts for this sale, 65c kind now 45c.
i) hI 80" " " " " " 75c " ".50c.
iA iA 80 " " " " " "' 90C " " 69.
9A hAl 50 " " " " " " $125 " " 95c.
Shoes and Slippers.
j j Every pair of Shoes and Slippers sold at a sac
it# rifice. If you want a new pair, now is your chance.
5 cases Men's Shoes, all styles, worth $1.25 in any
retail store, for this sale 80c.
5 cases Men's Shoes, worth $1 50, for this sale $1.15
5 "t " " "t 1.75,9 1.35
5 6 " " " " 2.25," " " 1.75
10 " " "i "t 2.50, "t '-. 2.00
8 t " -" " 3.00 " " 2.50
6 " " " " 3.50, " " " 2.95
j~ jMe's Low Cut Shoes at same reduction.
LADIES' OXFORD TIES.
~ hAl200 prs Ladie Oxford Te,wrh$.0 o hs -
~AN 4jr sale $1.25.
iAIiAI225 pre Ladies' Oxford Te,wrh$.0 o
~j sale $2 00.
hihA 250 prs Ladies' OxfordTiswot$20,frhs
~~ saltt $1 50.
hi iN100 prs Ladies' OxfordTiswot$.0,frhs
~jJ ~jIMeu's and Childrens SosadSipr tsm
ts cy hadhties and duller
is al ays row~foan his
~ fond hereis nlyonehi
corui tha arolinas
ts rey hentard wl Fore ad dull
fn'etoleant on the .J.Srush.IN OTheL
e found fo thwerey is ,only Counhe
o,Tudatyi tb T yanucdasacniaefrcn
:ore in02 ath ~l.ce Cafrolheinas.~ ~sioa
hereby willivenately i iti h emcai rmr
dfora settlr em on the Roe~d oalete eto h
,ri of Thursady the 8-b t~
hLdn ch, 902 a gaj J 'clock__
11y rfdri adt or Countyrsupervisory
WM. J.TTRIBLING FAWAL
befreth aov dteHaEa, AOcnCuy MshEre
Adminibyatratce as a candidate for rion- f
~~. C, AprDistric0i the e mhor,anc Primary
_______ - - --- and mysld to abide t be result of the m
P Lortrix oritheysaid eita'.
tS T L . ALL,1.SCUMER- HEREBYANU-EMSL
-.C ~Admiisratrixonte as a,ccandidate for-Sprio o
1.1,Arl7,10 h County upervwhorr and pledget
Ui- i myselmto abide be result of the prem
ulinit fthart s FCounty Superdinee-t
~n ed a n E x-.
for the pur-1 dent of Education.
exchange of Ia- EU. S. W ERFN IS F1ERKBY AN
dren's and men's noa- scndmfrcut
md clothing, and p'eraged to Rs id t he re su't or the pri
ir patronage. mary. eiectio.n
on business will - __
at the Exchange, For Sub Suprervisor.
-otel, first floor, OTHED CRTCV ES
a.m.andp. m- f Newbrry County: we take
plesaIre io annofurciIg the namue of
ne. "' J A. (' Kihier as a candidate for the
~ject in life with the oflice of Sub Sun rvisor, and pledge bie
>rn is to "get rieb:" the abiding faith in 'he resu'tof t he Damwo
to regain good health. cratic primary. VOTER-.
e obtained hy energy, _____
ving', the~ second, (go'd
using~ Grteen's August Notice to Creditors,
d yo b- at despondent USA 'T NODRO
n of the effects of Dys. URUNPT NODRO
omplaint. Aupendicitis, I'this Court. all an singla:r the
c.. such ,s Siek Head- kind red and1 erc'ditors of James R.
iAon of the Heart. Sour Wam de.'as-~d. are hereby required
tual Costiveness, Dizzi- to rendt-r. ;o and establish their de
~, Nervous Prostration, mrands against said deceased, beforeQ
e . ou need not suffer this Court. on or before the 10th day of~
Two do4es of the well- June. J902. and they are hereby en
Fower will relieve you j"'ned an restrained from prosecuting
Win. E. Pelham & Son their d"mands elsnwhere
le bot tle f ree Regular W. W. H ODGES,
et Green's Special Al. Judge of the Court of Probate foe
Newberry, S. C. td.