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THE VLEMON TkWUHLF.
Since the trouble at. ( lemsou began
we have given our re-ders full rep rts
ofthe whole affair. It is unfirtunate
that it should nave occurreu, and still
more unfortunate that the fae s junti
fied the trustees in deciding with the
students. From the facts brought out
the almost unanimous verdict has been
with the students, and the decision of
the board of trustees in reinstating
Cadet Thornwell and the sophomore
class meets the popular approval. In
this case the verdict is correct, but we
say it is unfortunate in that it may give
encouragement to the student body in
the future to rebel against authority
when their cause is not so worthy.
But, however, when you find the student
body so unanimous as in this case you
may almost conclude that there is jus
tification for their course, even before
the testimony is taken. [he punish
ment in tbis case was entirely too se
vere. It revolted against the justice
which rested in the student mind and
they.took the action they did.
President Hartzog has resigned, but
his resignation will not take effect un
til the June meeting. There will have
to be some other resignations before
there is peace at Clem-on, and they had
just as well come now. Of course the
institution cannot be crippled, f-r tnere
is demand for it, and men can b. found
broad enough io run it successfully. It
takes broad men and men whoare will
ing to study and know the student's
mind and the student's nature to run
such an institution successfully.
If the trustees of Clemsou Cotlege
can secure the services of Dr. J M.
McBride to take charge of Clemson
they will make no mistake. He is the
calibre of man for such an institui ion.
The State convention meets n,xt
Monday. Politics will begin to boil
then sure enough.
Holds Up a Cong-0- .Mau.
"At the end of the campaign." wi ites
Champ Clark, Mi-souri's brilliant con
gressman, "from overwork, nervous
tentoon, loss of sleep atd constant
speaking I had about utterly col'apsed.
It seemed tga% alt the organs in my
* body were out of order, but three bot
tIes of Electric Bitters made me all
right. It's the best all-round medicine
ever sold over a druggist's counter "
Overworked, run-down men anid weak,
sickly women gain splendid health and
vitality from Electric Biiters Try
them. Ouly 50c. Guaranteed by all
Devidon UnI1ege Commencpmenft.
The program of the 65th commences
ment of Davidson College presents an
attractive list of orators. Senator
Mobey, of Mississippi. delivers the an
nual oration at 10 30 a. in,, Tuesday,
May 27th. On the Sunday preceding
Dr R. P Kerr, of Richmond, delivers
the baccalaureate, and Dr. Egbert WV.
Smith of Greensboro, N. C., preaches
the annual sermon before the Young
Men's Christ,ian Association.
Monday evening the two literary so
cleties hold their reunion, with two
distinguished South Carolinians as ora
tors: Hon. W. F. Stevenson, of Cheraw,
7 and Pres. B. F. Wilson, of Spartanu burg.
On Tuesday Senator Mloney's address
in the morning is followed by the
Alumni Meeting and Banquet at 5 p.
m., and the Oratorical Contest between
the Literary Societies in the ev, ning.
Wednesday, May 28th, is Commence
menL Day. The oratiot:s by represen
tatives of the graduating class, deliv
ery of diplomas, etc., in the forenoon
are followed by a concert and reception
to visitors in the evening.
The Southeastern passenger associs
tion has granted special rates f rom all
points in North and South Carolina,
and from the principal cities of Geor
gia and Florida.
Dangerous if Ni-glhcted
Burns, cuts and other wounds often
fail to heal properly if negiected and
become troublesoime sores. DeW 't' 's
.Witch Hazel Salve prevents such cou
sequences. Even where delay has
aggravated the injury DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve effects a cure. "I had 8
running sore on my leg thirty 3ears,"
says H. C. Hartly, Yanikeetown, Ind.
"After using maay r. medies, I tried
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve A few
boxes healed the sore." Cures all skin
diseases. Piles .yield to it at once.
Beware of counterfeits. W. E. Pel
ham & Son.
Notice U), V. Vs.
All veterans who have not applied
for Southern Cross of Honor must do
so on or before the 23d inst., as the 3d
of June next is the last day in this year
on which the crosses can be bestowed.
Call at office of Schum pert & Holloway
and get a blank application.
0. L. Schumper t,
Adjutant, James D. Nance Camp
U. C.V. 2t
CureS Eczema. Itching Humors, Plimples.
and CarbuncIes,-C,,sts Nothing to ry.
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Brlm) -n
recognized as a certain and sure cure
to.- eczema, itchingt skin, hbumot s. enbe
scales, watery blisters, pimnples, aein
bones or joints, bei s. ear bu'cles, prak
ling pain in the sktai old. '- ing our s
* ulcers, etc. Botanic Blood Balm take.
internally, cures the worst and m.'s
deep-seated cues by enriching. pri.fy.
ing and vitalizing the blood. therebK
giving a healthy blood supply to the
skin. Botanic Blood Balm is the only
cure, to stay cured, for them awful, an
noying skin troubles H.-als every
sore and gives the rich g!ow of health
to tbe skin. Builds up the br'aken
down body and makes ibe blood rred and
DOurisbing. Esp&cial ly advised for
chronic. old cases that doctors. patecnt
medicines and hot snrings fajil to cure.
Druggists, $1. T1o prove B B B. cures,
sam ple sent free and prepaid by writinir
Blood Balm Co , Atlanta, Ga Describe~
trouble, and free medical a'dvice sfrnt
in sealed letter.
McL%URIN'S LAT FISrI('UF.
The Jontor sepuator fr4)m Snoth Caroliia ttd
Mr. fiatt-s, tP,oprietor <t ihe- Maiij-1,n
House at Gres-favite, Have a 'e!sonal
Encouutt r in a waohiDg Of& Hotel. *
Washington, D. C . May 1.--Senator
McL,turi! tonight himd a pers -nnii en
counter in c:e RaleiLL: lit-l w i9i A A.
Gates, pr prietor of hMnsion Houz<,
at Greenviuit. S. '. McLturin, Gate!
and Loomi Blalock were walking
through the buffett. Tht-y stopped op
posite the news stand, near the Penu
sylvania avenue entrance to the hotel.
Evidently angered at some remarks
passed Gates Ftrippee off his coat and
rushed at MeLaurin. Th-y cliuched.
Gates attempting to strike, but failing
to land on the agile Senator. They
Blalock caught hold of Gates and
forced him back. The manager of the
botel caughDi McLaurin, fast advsnc
McLourin at once left the hotel Gates
reluctantly desisted from rushirg after
him, exclaiming: "I can eat two like
him." Gates put on his coat and went
to his room. He bas been here since
Monday with his wife and child. He
left here at 9 55 o'clock for his home
and would not talk, except to :ay that
the trouble was of long standing. Mc
Laurin could not be s- n, Bl3alock re
fused to talk. R M L.
There was an exciti!.g se ne in the
lobby- of a ho:e i-re tonight i' wbich
Senator McL urin, (if Soth Carolina,
figured. 'The Senator wbs ;t'is g in the
dining room with a gentleman. when
he became the object of somr- off: n.ive
attention from a man. whose name the
Senator refuses to disclose and who. the
S-nzoor says, was under the influence
of liquor at the time. Shortly -fter
this the Sena!or heft the dining ror.m
and went to the cigar stand. While
stdnding there the man who bad fol
lowed the Senator from the dining
room, approached him, whereupon Sen
ator McLaurin knocked him down.
The mi.n's friends came to his assist
ance and ended the scene by hustlil g
him away. Tbe Senator was not struck.
There werl- no arrests.
Don't Statt W.ot-g.
Don't. start ttie summer with al
gering co:g or cold. We all know
what a ",ummer coli" is. IPs the
hardest kind to cure Often it "'tiangs
ona" through ohe entire seas"n. Take it
in hand righ t now. A t-~wdoss of One.
Minute Cough Cure wil set yoeu right.
Sure cure for coughs, eoids, creup, gri p,
bronchitis, all Lbroat arnd lung troubles
Absolutely safe Acts at once. Chit
dre-n like it. "One Minute Cough Cure
is the best cough medicine I ever used.''
say s J H Bowles, Gr'oveton, N. H. "I
never found anything else that acted
so safely and quickly." WV E. Pel
TG ALL. ud the.Gr-azd Lodge.
The Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias
wi l convene in Green wood this week.
Messrs. Eduard Scholtz and A.. J. S.
Langford will represent the local lodge
Hon. Ge'o S. Mower, who is one of the!
officers of thbe Grand Lodge, will also
Like a Irownsing MaD.
"Five years ago a disease the dotr
called d3spepsia took such a hold of!
me thar I e uld scarcely gt,' writes
Geo S. Marsh, well known attorney of
Nocona, tex "I took quazztities of
pepsin and other medicines but nothing
he:ped me. As a drowning man grabs
at a straw I grabbed at Kodol. I felt
an improvement at ouce and afte-r a few
bottles am .pound and well " Ke-dol is
the only preparation whiTb e.xactly re
produce-s the na ural dige-stive juices
and co)nsequently is the only one w bieb
die sts any good food and cures anyv
form of stomacb trouble. W E. Pel
ham & Son.
Mrs. S A. Davenport, m..ther of Mrs.
Fannie Russell of this city, died at her
home near Silver Street, on Sunday
after a lingering illi,ess, in the SStb
year of her age. Her remaiins weree
buried at \ft. Zion on \onday morning
A shield1 o't Defenh,e.
Against competition is the reputa
tion t at "Clifton" flour has gaint d by
iLs purity and high quality. IL has
fought its wvay to the front by Theer
merit and it challenges any and all
o'her flours to dislodge it from its well
Made in a modern mili, newly re
modeled on special plans oif thbe most
advanced type; milled wit.h the u'mos-~
care and scientific skill from carefufl3
selected wheat, "C;ifton" flour is n;w
surpassing even its :own for mer a d
ardb. Its popularity, its holt on traide
from thbe dealer to the consumter, growe,
greater day by day.
What this means *o us, it mneans~ no
to all who use or handle "Clifton "Do
you use~ or' hand!e it? Can you afford
To h Opd Oil ThildEg~ 24th
New Granite Front
CONFECTIONERY and BAKERY
Fine Pastry, Fancy Cakes,
Bread, Fine Confectionery
Can be Found.
Your patronage cor
The public is cord ial
the ladies, to give our
establishment an in
HRryA. eyr & Oil
Keep clean teeth by
ising one of our 25c.
These are a new lot
and are good ones.
Let us fill your
We use pure drugs al
Nice line of Toilet
Soaps, Sponges Per
fumery and Talcum
For a good drink at
our Fountain ask for
Mayes' Drua Store.
WILE'S Cadis ilws in tofk
TI: R MIIEI CCMIY
beg leave to call your attention to
theii be utiful and new Fans and
Ribbons just received.
The Ladies' Exchange
Mrs. R. C. W illiams
respectfully inform s
the ladies of Newberry
and vicinity that she
has opened an Ex
change for the pur
chase or exchange of la
dies', children's and men's
second hand clothing, and
solicits their patronage.
Persons on business will
please call atthe Exchange,
Crotwell Hotel, first floor,
between9 a. m.and4 p. m.
"Manifest destiny" always manages
to .how up well in the footings of the
ex pense account.
What Is Foly'.. Kidney Cure?
Answer: It is made from a prescrip
tion of a teading Uhicago physician,
and one cf t be most eminent in the
country. The ingr&dients are the pureet
that mn' y can buy, and are scientiti
ally combined to tbdir utmost value.
Gilder & Weeks.
Let thbe nicarauga canal bill be
ushed at once. It is not necessary to
get the consent of thbe railroadis.
A L.sson in Health.
Health Kidneys filter the impurities
from the b tOod, and unless they do this
eood health is impossible. Foley's
Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys and
will positively cure all forms of kidney
an bladder disease It strengthens
tr e w'hole system. Gilder & Weeks.
Would the sup,reme court judges
star-d 5 to 4 (on the constitutionality of
a~ law increti-ing the salaries oIf judges?
If you will make enquiry it will be a
revelationi to y( U how many succumb
o kidLtv or iader troubles in one
l(erl o r bLOIbe r. If the patient is not.
beyond medicar aid, Fol-3's Kidney
Cure will ec.re. It never disappoints.
Gilder & Weeks.
I!a the sear 1802 an American mili
tary c'mm ander suppressed the decla
ration of independence as an "incendi
F<( egs Heney and Tar containm no
opiates- and can safely be giverr to chil
m er>. GJld.r & Weeks
l'esident Schwab should be given
redir fir having thne good judgment
w o ik n le, salar\ at. Monte Carlo ratbar
tn in Wail s'treet.
. raves. ir s Iangeronus.
Constant moition jars the kid n-ys
wich are kept in place in t0 e body by
ueica:c at tachmen' s. This is the reason
iar travelers, trainm in. street car
men. t'amsters- arid all who drive very
mebh suffer :rom kidney aisease in
acune f orm Foh~ y 's Kidney Cure
-tunthers the kidneys and cures all
for ms of Lidin y and n!adder disease.
:o. El. Hau--an. locomTot ive enrginletr,
L ma O . wri-es. "Censtat vibration
ofi engini' c-auJsed me a grn at deal of
troubl te wit my n kid neys. and I got no
r.lief until I used Foley's Kidney
r ' Gilder & Weeks.
By usin io i Panama st-h. mec to if-IT
: the N ie ag ua p1-n rthe opiporients
af the isthian c-anal have fatllen back
no tt.e la-t -i oh.
Fony's Hir' an;d Tatr is pec-uliarly
-d,to--a fr a-Irnma, broet it,i. :&.d
I.- .: - f I Iakin im; e i l o::D f
-. a.g t -wdri abrr o
-o- rn .~ (1. n ha- iful of hyploc
A. A H,-rren. Einet. Ar-k . wrre. -
ve -' Il.ins and T--r is the 4o
n1 o for TO- -ughs. colds anid iung
u: -I know :bat it has eur-d con
umt o' in jv:. tir-i tans." Gild: r &
-e ii - it wiual 0 just as w.r! to
stt a' D) nis West Indies br-ick be
ni.jii pr., vi-r i e mone . TIhe
T ippi~ne brick (did nrot stand the?
yo ne-,h.rt- nyoeusn
y's T re ad Tar and not being L
ct-v s Ti~ rix and T:~ r and not being
atidied. Gilder ~ Wi eks. t
Bection of Teachers.
A 4 1 M. ON T[HDAY.
Ju n5. N9)2, the T -of N
ot-rry Sue1oo )i D!trict I. ii , i e T
r,I- for the Newl-errv G a Ed Mo
r v t cholast -c verv v 1 . , : -
A mber 24, 1902, as fo!Iv'2
A Supr rintndt n ent. a: '- -h:r vf
')ne male teaher i - - ' ! mn
_aie e t, the a a , 3
A Male Pr inip;i 1''
ihool at the salt v cf 840 i10
Th' e Ft,male t-tw -, fr - ('ol
1rtd chhoi at h - J.5 lu
1.- t-rm or .ei of ..
. hoseln shaillb th- vnwi.- -1h1-c year,
heext. when he. r.- di-mirw-- ftr
c,aiis- or ars- p rm ited tO sevtr t:1,-ir
el,ntion by order of the B rud
T r u ste .
Anla0on4 may ho fil.-d Wh
underisinrv, d F N M AI 'I N .
New beI ry, S C , May 12. 192
E 14. LONGSHORE is hmt E l\ at
0 nounced as a candidate fr
Cou, t.y- Audior and(A is pledai-d it) abide
Iie reuit of th.- Dmnei -cratic jr&fmary.
W ILLIAM W. CROMER i. hereby
announced as a caiiidate f-r
All(litor for Ne:wwrly Cout : v ant i
p led ed to ablidt. the r 1u t .f the
D=m,crawice primrar\ elkwtion.
L I EP3TING IS qEREBY AN
nounced as acand idate for C.untv
A uditor and is pledged to aiie th,- I
sul of the Democratic prim -ry.
For Uounty Supeirinten
dent of Education.
S. WHEELER t--h. an
o nounced as a caluiLt for
Couty Superinten'n-rit of E'u-tim
and is ple g-d t :ide K --lt ' I
ih" Demoecatic prim;ary.
U(4. S. WERt r.- is iFERFBY AN
E nounced as a candidate fo (iounit v
Superinte-ndent of Education atd
p edged to atide the resul wf :be :ri
111OS. E. WICKER IN 11EREIBY
annouiced as acandidat.- f-r Super
intendent of Edlucation. and i pl.e!d
to abide the result of lhe Demociatic
For Counly Treasarer
J L EfI'S IS IIRtE13Y AN
noured as a camid tIa- for re
ecetior, to Iht < flic'. of ou Trea
U!.rr for Ne-vbtr-r% Ci:0nd iE
pltdged to abide the result of the m
ocrativ priiary ecetion
For Pr obate Judge.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
as e andi:a!ter r.-- -eut -n t
the office of Probate Judge fr NeW
abide the result of the Democratic pri
W. W'. HODGES
-Teacher Wanted -
T HIE TRUSTEES AND i'ATI ON~
of V:-ughnville School wil- mnft
au the Vaughnville schoo! house (In
Saturday May 17th, at 3 p. in., for the
pupose ot electing a teacher. A poli
cations hall be in the hanes of eit her
!- M. B -Vz~r or A A. Maddinr hv the
dal e named. Salaryv $30. scho- i :. run
seven or eight montihs.
H. M. BOOZER,
A. A. MADDIN,
Vaughville, S. C. Trus:e' S.
I HEREBY WARN ANY ANDALL
.porsons not to hire or employ John
B. Birge. or any member of his family,
as they are under contract with me for
yar Anyone violating thins notice
wil bo prosecuted to the full extent of
t.he l-aw. GOI)PREY HARMON.
'M [TrH BtROe. Rto r Mill at Kinards
kwil [grind for tce tenth. the out
put ef this mill has a wide reputation
for its excelle-t quality Cus-omers
are treated righrt aLe( perfect.t .earifae
tion' is guaranteed.
IPECTACLES A ND EYEKGLASES
D). your ey es ache and born: at
nihtr? I have the b:-e trial case for
f'in.n Sp: etacle-s and Eye glasses, and
cm fit th- m-'-t ditlicutt eyes, with the
prop' r glasses. I have fitted on&-es
o the best p op e iin the cout .s and
cat Sit y-ou. I use only :be hb-. t,y gnode
Crs.taline kenses. Comue anid give me
a trial and be coun e. St i-1- : one
price to al. GUY DAN [ELS,
.Jewelor aDd Opticiatn.
RBRSTAMPS- Name stamp
meebants nmrking o,utfits J P. 1Tk
Ne.berry, S. (3.. Rubber S amp IManu
factur-er. 6uis itw
\iONEY TO)LO)AN F-AR \l ERS ' ND
1A ERBAlS-It ou t.iV .-up
p ii- fotaitiiing2 purposes o~ ent dit, or
you atrt mer chianrd isim'e t-uymrw-ods on
thim n-as ttmle, bor-row a fin . hunrdre~ d
doLarIs awl pay casa for w I;,) .s --u bu.v
andr ,.rie maney. You <>..u u rt w
n- ne') ou five y ears timt if you have
real estd.e in or rm ar town onf wni'n are
sustntial buildingts 1For- info:m.tin
writ-- J. T. Patrick, Pin- bluff, N C.
wbo h: ascontiroi of much catpitalI from
the Nor-th that is s- ekizg Sout Ii to: in
vest Jron:. - Mr Cat tick i'as no Joa:rb
brouiitht to the South mnort-.-le
manf'ce urinig <nt- rpris, s anHd capital
tha-. atny Sotuilhers man, arnd he has thre
-nfido--ee of the cap:alists Nor-th Hei
-Chief Industriatl A geit of thte sea
hoani Air L-nI
Notice to 2reditors
P URSLAN ( O .lORDER u>F
m~dred :1nd er irs Of Ju n
Wat t-. le a-d, are - e I y reqin
mands a a .1.1 - - ee c--- . .i,
his (ourti. onl or .r 'h - 10 d ay of
Iu-e. 19O2. and i-n-y ar-- hei-: e-n
otned a-~ 'e, tPn.-d frorm V -ne'! og
hi- demands e-wwher'
W. WV. HOD";E-.
Judge' of th-- ( or tr of P',.hu < fi
wherry. S. C.
9 ::U R-E-W~ I Y NO -V H EN
P) F.l}B xt.r -- li- I- ' . k> 1-: of
(00 ound- for 45 '- nrs :' ice II
e will findl ii tn ,br-- 7 - ays irn a
-erk:. fr-on 6 -i. 'n andt S i mn . readv
(o -erve- 'u wvith. 'K le' le- the 'e
.round. 'Sp eid p rie for ia-ve quii.nti
ic me Itaw .
just landed fc
just for glory. S
each day. It will
this big sale. All
Dress Goods, Sil
Table Linens etc.
days. I have the
of Dry Coods, Mi
try to select fron
Colored Silks worth 75c,
only 59c, your choice.
and some stores sell it fu
just landed, worth $1.51
people are going wild ol
all the stores in Newber
10 pcs 9-4 Bleached Sheeting, 2' VdS
2:;C, for this sale. iS c.
1C pc 9-4 Unbleached Sheeting, 2:
worth 3ic, for this sale, 18c.
200) pcs Sea Island, worth 5c, for th
2000 yds Lonsdale Cambric, short.
quality, now only 6tc.
I can show you more
bined. A big line of Ta
ofshort lengths, 2 1-2,
wants for a little mone
Another big shipmeni
sold at big reduction foi
bon placed on sale--noi
sale only 1 9c. yard. St<
*I just bought a big lot
an umbrella or parasol
160 doz. Ladies Underv
1 00 doz. L
Every pair of Shoes a
this sale. Remember t
day at the biggest and
The Question of Dr
Isp viding, its variationi and] its o-t
di-e app' al I an ca efu: de. so , ->t
prog rI up~on -eife li nes: ' e are '*--r c ti
tira at word of ex .gcr--a ''I n -a u
ktapi *e meian'S not m r ir un- disI,:s;
retlenI cons"tam 'rner;tT*, u'
['1LO il HING is n:ow b'einga om. by a
kJgrt many so-catl b-o matu tf- c: ur
r-. WV. EneaLvor a bV from afw
who arI- up-0a:i TaWor- E>* gari
ma- n everyv way. best work mann.
that mo'w, can buy. Strict atre n'ion
p-d o material and l;in~ii- s . TPh
Fir f iur garmeents is unexc'lled erd
pr:ces are corr e:.
Fmiciailll CI'asli MSt. Ext a Tr
mat:ia.i Se isave~ a " i
grea? variety, all p)rices. i oft' n
XWe want 1o ple::se you sl! r~k
ifl 4mearn(3 before XO' onr
'!L t)3 warm and select
A GREAT LINE
I jjhr~*X%!I AlllI(nds,
INECK WEAR Hats
EN0CGH~ 'MI , '.
Our Stock of Clotiti is Co
MAle STREET, -
Friday, May 0th a
2 DOLLARS worth of Ne
>r the Big Sale. I am goi
e two days, Thursday ar
ale begins promptly at I
pay you to come fifty
odds and ends, short le
ks, White Goods, Embr
to be sold at Half Price t
largest and best select
linery and Shoes in the
. Our entire line of finE
85c, $ 1.00 and some worth $1 .50
5 pcs. Black Silk Gloria 50 in, wid
r$l forthissale59c. 10pcs36in
D yard for this sale 96c. This is
ier. I have sold more silks this
wide, worth jiooo yds Androscoggin Bleac
yds. wide, i xoo bolts Shirting Calico, 5c.
o1000 yds -6 inch Percale t bc
lengths, ioc. Soo yds. long fold White L:a
--A Big Line Just Opc
White Goods than all the-stores ir
ble Linens to be sold at a sacrificE
3, 3 1-2 yds. Now is the time to
tjustonened. Every Hat in the IB
-these two days. 100 bolts Libert
t a yard worth less than 35c. and
p quick--another big lot at 5c. an
:as and Parasols !
at less than 50c. on1 the dollar. I
for less than my conmpetitors can I
ests for this sale, 4c.
adies Undervests for this sale, 8c.
3 doz. Ladies Uudervests for this s
.nd Slippers I be sold at a sacr
he sale lasts only two days, Thurs
cheapst store in town.
est Store in the Carolin
ess is Paramounit. FGITg
If meifal tbought of the n'or; is ar
Ou .alk'. o'' tne ne v prni merchan-4f
ion f m ren etie: ithus t, ens On Sainrdays of
-! . a s -ssson and only V etable andI(
'very portion of this store this princi- offhe A tlantie
BLUE SEjRGE WALLAC
W be IWOrn.X We catry the line maide
in R ulars, Slims and Stouts.' Thenf
we wi you our Nohby Fancy suits.
T'h - are d:stincet Mtyles made from
bea4utiful seh'-eted exclusive patterns.
> ur low prien on thes-~ &ood TII s
sr. Summer Shirts. ...LU~
v7e dIo ea ry eli io on f rb most
o't sA lish varied and largest ever
dfinish. Thown All the new pat
i ] ( inl stocqk te-rns a- they are~ offered
Idr111o Fit.;' Whi.tss \.i,e
SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!! In large v~
WV e:r th S e S'oek of the CI y.
[N anT s w smoY TU m:EAsI a cheap S
8818*Furnishing Goods, FINE GO~
pIet li EYery PaicuIaf. stock befo
'IER CO.. Xdar
NEWBERRY.8. O. Jeweler a~
ng to do
3 o'clock N
for this sale
e worth 75c.
b I ack taffeta
the Silk the
hed Cloth, for this
kind, now 2JC.
o saIe at only 5C.
n. 15c, kind, now
i town com
. A big lot
iouse will be
y Satin Rib
4Oc., for this
d 10c., worthy
can sell you
ale, 1 2 1-2c.
day and Fri
ach week at Freight
Coast Line RI. R.
v, So. Ca.
E B, TODD.
tick Pin to a
exa mine my