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Columbia, June 5.-The commence
ment season in Co umbia has been in full
blast here this week and will continue
for several days. The Columbia Female
College closed on Tue.day night. The
literary address was delivered by Dr
Geo. B. Cromer and was a fine address
and much appreciated by the large aud
ience present. The address will be pub
lished in full in the State of Sunday. Dr.
Daniel, the president of the college, is
an alumnus of Newberry College, and we
always feel that he is a Newberry man.
The Columbia Female College is prosper
ing under his management, and in fact
there is talk of moving the college be
cause there is not room sufficient to ac
commodate the girls who desire admis
sion. Greenwood, Laurens, Aiken and
Sumter all have had committees here
putting in bids for the location of the
college in their town.' I had expected to
see Mayor Klettner and a committee of
citizens with Newberry's bid, but up to
this time I have heard nothing of them.
If the college is to be moved why not
take it to Newberry? As for myself, I
think Columbia is the best place for the
college, and the Columbia people seem
to think so strongly that they are do!
ing nothing to keep it here If they re
main quiet and do nothing the probabili
ty is they will lose this institution as they
did Winthrop, but then the State says
one little college is not necessary to Co
lumbia's development and growth, which
no doubt is true, but a college of this
character is worth a great deal to a com
munity in other ways than material de
velopment, and any community is fortu
nate to have one. We would be delighted
to see Mayor Kleettner and his council
put in a bid to capture this institution It
would be the biggest thing of his admin
istration. In the graduating class is one
Newberry girl, Miss Lily Warner, and
she has just been elected to the chair of
Mathematics in the college. She is also
her class president. Mrs. Carrie Boozer,
of Newberry, has been re-elected house
keeper, a position she lias filled with
great satisfaction for the past year.
Commencement exercises are on at the
Presbyterian College for Women also. In
this listitution a Newberrian is president,
Miss Euphenia McClintock, and her pre
- -~ decessor came here from Newberry. So
you see if we cannot secure the colleges
we can furnish the presidents and profes
sors. In the Methodist College is Mrs.
M. B. Cofield as professor of history and
English, who is also a Newberrian.
There has been some little political
gossip here this week owing to the ru
mors of Senator McLaurin's resignation
That rumor has been more or less fre
quent for the- past three years and Sena
tor McLaurin has not yet resigned, and
I pin very little faith in it until his letter
is received. The Governor is already
besieged with letters suggesting and rec
ommending suitable persons to be ap
pointed in case the resignation is receiv
ed. He has given no intimation as to
what he will do, and it is not probable
that he will until the question is squarly
up to him, except it is not likely he will
appoint any of the candidates for the po
sition in case he has the vacancy to fill.
The candidates for the various offices
are getting very active, and it is now less
than two weeks before the campaign will
.start, one part of the procession from Co
lumbia and another part from Sumter.
There will be more than six weeks of it.
In regard to myself I have asked the
daily papers to publish the following
.statement, and I would like also to have
it in The Herald and News:
"Since my name has been mentioned
in connection with the office of Secretary
of State. I desire to say that I will not be
a candidate for any office during the ap
paching campaign. I am not unmind
fu of the kind interest taken in the mat
ter by my friends in all parts of the State
and I admit there is a fascination about
pqlitics which is aliuring In reaching a
conclusion I have considered the matter
only from the view point of success If
elected it would necessitate living in Co
lumbia, which would be pleasant, but to
do so would mean a neglect of my private
business which at this time I can not af
ford. There are two things in this con
nection which have been especially grati
fying to me:
1st. "The many assurances of support
which I have received from the people of
my own county, among whom I was
reared and for whose best interests I have
labored since reaching man's estate. I
value their good opinion more than office.
2nd. Thbe many expressions of good
will from my bretheren of the State press.
This voluntary offer of support I prize
very highly and shall endeavor always to
"The kind interest of friends in all parts
of the State is gratifying, and they may
rest assured of .my sincere appreciation.
The time may come when I may be in
position to ask their suffrage, but for the
present I must remain among the pri
* yates, always ready and willing to serve
"My observation, and I might say ex
perience, for the past three years leads
me to the conclusion that no man can fill
a State office satisfactorily to himself or
the public unless he lives iu Columbia
To do so he must have an income outside
of his salary, or no business at home which
requires his personal attention and super
vision, or he must make up his min d to
go home at the expiration of his
term poorer than when he entered upon
it. My stay in Columbia has been pleas
ant, and while I have not held a State
office, yet the position I have occupied
has given me an acquaintance with men
and affairs which I am sure will be help
ful in the future. At the end of Govern
or McSweeney's term it is my purpose
now to devote my time and my energies
to my newspaper and my printing office."
There are reasons why I would have
enjoyed the excitement' of a campaign
but there are other reasons why I cannot
afford to go into it
Co.JoD rs,woi 4addt
Col. Jno D. Frost, who is a candidate I
for adjutant and inspector general. has
been the assistant for three and a half
years and has done much hard work for
that department. He is a thorough mili
tary man L.ing t,raduated at the Citadel
as ranking officer of his class an I when
the call for volunteers was made in 1898
he was made adjutant of the first regiment
and upon the death of Col. Alston he was
promoted to the rank of major. While
the army was in camp at Chickamauga
he was complineted as the best regimen
tal adjutant out of seventeen who were
there. He is in every way fitted for the
position which he seeks by training and
by experience and withal is a pleasant
g,utleman. E. H. A.
A LEVTKR FROU ENGLIND.
Miss Susie Summ"r wrioP The *A-rald Ku<t
News an Interemting i.et,er of the
Boautifal Country and Grand
Sights %crons the
26 Frawfield Road, Higbbury,
London N., England,
Mty 19, 1902.
Mr. Editor: Hearing sometime ago
that you wished some news from me, I
will endeavor to give you a few ideas
of this dear old country across the At
lantic. I knew nothing of the publica
tion of one of my letters sometime ago,
or I should hsve tried to have written
more interestiag items for you to pub
lish, but as I am kept ver- busy with
my musical work aij ailrnding the
best concerts and ztin.1 operts. etc., I
nave few spare inutij".
L4st Thursda.% aft-rnoon I vtended
one of Joachim Qir:e. c.mer s a, S.
James's Hall,*arid a few minutes before
the artists came ou i be stage tne aud i
ence stood, and Q.een Alexaiid--r, ae
companied b) five aiL:1ncants, was ush
ered in. As we had very zood seats, I
saw her -very well indeed; she is a very
pretty and graceful queen. After the
concert all stood and bowed as she
passed oui, and ,he returned ttir bows
very gracefully. Whet out walking a
few months ago, we s-tw the king urive
out in his carriage. I have seen him
twice, he is a very pleasant, but rather
old looking geutleman. Anotber day,
while passing through the couit yard
of 8t. James Palace, we noticed tie
livery of the royal family standing at
the door: so after waiting a short while
we were rewarded by seeing the three
children of the Prince and Princess of
Wales, being put into the !arrilage.
It was very interesting to wateb the
'little princes return the saLut. s of the
policemen as the carriage drove out of
the court y 1rd.
London is ove-rfiowing with muzie all
the lime. The mnest noted artists in
the world always flock to tbis great
metropolis. I have seen several famous
and most noted artists, such as the vio
liniets Dr. Joachim, Kubelik, YLaye,
Kruse, DeLicard, Lady Halle, Franck
and numerous of bere; p.iano recitalists,
as Mark faimboiurg, Baner, Busoni,
konard Borwick, Fanny Davies.; vo
catists Madame Marchesi, Albani, Ella
lRussel, Ada Crosslay, Miess. Andrew
Black, Davies. and Lloyd Chandos.
These artists are ve-ry fine indeed, and
the vocalists har e very beautiful a n d
Lately I attended a violin recital by
Mons Iego Nemes, which was a very
grand affair, as Her Highness Princess
Louise, of Seh:eswig-H ls'ein. was
present. My violin teacher is a pupil
of this roted violin i-t. In Jauutry we
were I-ouored with an invitation from
Mons. and Madame Nemes to take tea
with them. We acc-eps d, and spent. a
very pleasant evening at their beauti
ful London residence.
['he grand operas bere are very tine.
I have seen G unod's master1 iece
"F'aust" playe d three times, it is very
beautiful; have atso seen Balfe's "Bo
hemian Girl," Wagner's "Taninbauser"
a'd "Lobengriti," which were tine.
Toe mu,iea' play s, dramas and c,>me
dies are well put on here During the
Christmas holidays i h.re wre severai
pitomimes on a~t the th.eares, the
m >st noted of Ahbicai was "Blue Beard''
a . the Drury Line theat re. This was
the grandest spectarujar sh:ow on in
the wirld, a-ti this is the only place in
hbe world where one can see it. Tre
beauty and mxagnitieene- of the scenery
wae dazzling to the eyes and one can
not find words whie i are ablte to si tti
cienitly express tte grandeur of this
On Good F'rid4y ,'Vening we he.ard
the world-wide known orater:o, H-an
del's "vlessiab," giveu at t he Roynal
Albert Music Hall. i v.a a' o nearil
Med-lson n's " E ljtn," bo hi were
very beautiful: the ch:iruses c >nlsisted
of many hundreds of lad ti' anud gen
Oa Easter Sunday we ariend-d s
veu. at the grand old Westminster
Abbes : the rien fu:1 vote-s of the eboir
boys, as tuey blende'd with the melodi
ou, n*i.s of t hat. gr' ar. organ, -vl! al
ways be rememb:'red The spaci us
n''ss and gloom of this va r edili-es pro
dur e a profound :urd my-'erion-. awe.
We- step eant iuu:.ly a'd riofr ly about as I
if fe-irful o. disur;ing the i .iov
su-uce of thbe temt). wbb- vor. fot
fal; whi-pers alt):-g the walls an'. e-hat
ters amnong the put chres miaking us1
more enlsioie of cbe g .ijet we tiave in
terrupted. It seems as if tb- awful
nature of the pistac pr es-5s downI uponl
the soun andi ha-nos'~ i hai' r i to(
aisetess.- revtrrjnce. i' f.'i iat we
re suirr-ounded by Ih' conterd*
doni s of the gre t mn- f paS? iIm ~
ah.o ia"~ filled i,K-teri with h ir .-i
tn earth w it hi:' r-fes. i
lfn speakinir of p'a--- of w.r I--i I 3
aotn- og tt m nin M l- s
iedr: hera t *njo - A Vt- d 1! r ti
ic ss v r l in . 1ee i
r and n evtir-to I---fo)r(otiten 51 Va
tas one I atte dt'd a' The F"o :liniu
Jospit.al. Here mtuy hu:idre Is if lit.
orphan girls and boys. ft urn ii ec
ears o!d aie woii u-c-ed for and given
t tood home. The litilp girls !ook vu.y
Itiaint in thvir un:qu- e)tni of
r()wn and white ca'- mar toO t - yle
t the Puritan maid- of hv-on-- vs
After services we s! 2jpme' iito d* ciin
inL room in time to :e th; mn I v-11 In
io dinner'. a-nd tth ' - w" :.. I.e.! t
[i-t!e faces framed : n';it-i p etor.
Lt they < IPed :. g eivi- 1 -1, -
bI.Lped their hand-, -tnd witti uplifi
ho%ds and olosed ey-. su thL r prai S
of thanksgiv%ing to 'oo -s (if a bugle
which one of the lii' lo h vs blew.
London can well br spokon of )s the
mo-t b4autifut and wonderful city in
thte world, for here f-very thing is kept
in -uch per f.-et orb-r, and the st reets
are always so clean. 'The shops are
very beautifui, aid one aways enjoys
looking at the lovety windows, foi
everything i- displayeo in the window,
one cannot w,alk iti and handle gou4,ds
like Americau do, for if you should
say you are ont looking around they
would put you out., and a very good
idea it is, for it avoids mucti confusion
and tr'uble on the shop k-eper's sidt.
Th residenees here are very handsome,
and in whatever dir,ction you stroll in
this crowd, d city, y1U wil always find
some beautiful park in which you can
sit down and rest. if tired. One of the
most beautiful floral sights of the sea
son was the many lovely beds of hya-.
cinths, tulips, and crocuses in R 4ge ut
Pirk. Kew gardens is another very
lovely sight for all lovers of flowers
Ev-rythlng is being rebuilt aud-dec
orated for the coronation on June 27.
it is reporled that most of the visitors
wi!l be American-, I hope to see the
proce-zslon, but I wiil not run any risks
of being run over or killed by the many
millions of peoole. The seats for the
coronation are being sold for $25 up to
As it has been so long ago, I will not
Lo back to the Christmas festivities of
En,-l ,ni. the bands c4rol-singers, elc.,
whioin were quite a novelty io an Amer
I like England very much. for it. is
such a beau:iful country; the scenery
is so different from America, and
I should like to visit Europe more
ofien, but I do not mean Lo insinuate
b% this that I like America less, for I
am true to my native land: for th,ere is
no lAnd or country to any American
like- that of the free and the brave.
With kindest regards andbest wishes.
Of what does a bad taste in your
m uth remind you? It indicates that
tour moutzi is in had condition aud will
remind you that there is nothing so
goo'd for such a disorder as Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets after
having once used them. They cleanse
and invigorate the stomach and regu
inte be howeis. For sale at 25 cents
per box by W. E. Pelham & Son.
Light Rolls, HIscuit and Cakes.
D?pend more on the flour than on the
co.ck. You cannot make good, light,
appetizinlg bread with poor flour.
-Clif ion" is the friend of every bread
maker-a pure, rich flour of .inrivaled
quality. All the wealth of the wheat
is retained. Use "Clifton" and your
bread and cake will be light, sweet and
of delicious flavor. tf.
Rea;d It in etis Newapap-,r.
George Schaub,-a we.1 known Ger
man citizen of Lebanon, Ohio, is a con
stanlt reader of tbe D)ayton Volkszei
tung. H.e knows that this paper aims
to advertise only the best in its coluims,
and whben he saw Chamberlain's Pain
8,.m advertis -d therein for lame back,
tie did nor besitate in buying a bottle
of it for his wife, who for eight weeks
ba.t suffered with the most terrible
p ains in her back and could not get re
jcef He says: "After ucing the Pain
Balm for a few das s my wife said to
tue, 'I feel as though horn anew,' and
before using thbe entire contents of the
bott le the unbhearable pain bad entirely
van shcd and she could agan take up
her hou.ehold duties." He is very
thankful and hopes that all suffering
like.wise will hear of her wonderful re
covery. This valuable linimeut is for
sale liv WV. E Pelhamn & Soti.
THE8 ITE STDbIQ,"
East End MAIN STREET,
To see our display of-Photo, Portrait
and Laundscape work We are prepared
to hot 'cur friends a fine lot of work
in the very latest and best finish,
mounted on tbe newest cards Any
:ly, at any bour we will be glad to
niterlin \ on.
R. 0. & LIZZIE SALTER
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON,
Charleston, S. C.
FOUNDED IN 1765.
-*:rongi Pa rlty; well equipped chemi
-a,pysical,a-nd t>ilologicat laborat 'ries;
icrary of 14,000 volumes; the finest
\lseum ..f Natural History in thei
no~thc Elective coucrses leading to the
legwees of B3 A., B8 .. and M .\.
Bc:arcd with furnished rooms in Coilege
)ormitory cac, be obtained for $10 a
noothtI. Tui'ion, $40. One Sebolar'
hip giving free tuition is assigned io
'C *vh-rry ('ounty, the holder to be
ipoinited be' the Proba:e Judge anid -
1w C?ounty Sup;erintendent. Total ex- (
'nses for Sch.olarship students, $112 : t
1it A I "crd idates for admission ar
>rmin'ed toi compete for va' t
be A-holarships which pay $150 a
Entra c - Examinations will be bhl J
tNewberry~ on Friday, Juiv 1L. 1902
~ext session begins Seotember 29 For r
val gzue, adldress
H ARRISON RAN DOLPHT,
HERE WILL BE AN ELECTION p~
for Principal and Assistant Teach
rs of the Chappell School District No.
9 on Tuesday, roth day of June, 19o2,
t5 o'clock p m. at the school house
atosadtoetatepc ob a
-onus ae thoused toatxtn pombepa-y
-ic atinle requsect tend prothyun
p Jiaioswl J. reied bhairman
erige up to curry,me
JJ. R.Iwie hmn, c1
T R. curry
J. R. Irwin,
1R. C"OMFR TO V KTE. A%N,.
A Ve- rai itpiim-nt the Datighters fou
- I,n K e , :- I,tA-a Mi, IfIwe ,iker w VIsh t
MR. E'DIToR: I regret very much that
you or some of your st ff did not take
down the (ldlr:ss of President Geo B
Cromer. in:ale to the mieihers of the
Jame; 1) Nance ('mp. tU C. V., on June
31. No better se ection could have been
iade by the Dravton Rutherford Chapter
Daughters of the Confedraev for that oc
President Cromver is a hrn Carolinian
with a heart full of patriotism as well as
love for the educational interests of his
country. I wish everv old1 veteran in the
county could have been present and
heard his address and I believe I voice
the sentiments of all that were present
when I say that we felt wotthy to wear
the crosses of honor, after his address.
that was being conferred by the daugh
ters. and pinned by them on breasts that
had been bared to the enemy on many a
battleffeld The Southern principle that
President Cromer advocated was not new
to the old soldiers, but lie presented them
in a new light that made them shine like
new gems in the old veterans crown Long
may President Cromer live to defend the
principles for which we faught and the
characters of tho-e that wore the gry.
Let the thin gray lin'e he referred to in
his address ever stand by the principles
that the crosses of honor represent and
pray that more men like President Cro
mer be raised up to defend our cause that
he and the daughters so nobly represent.
M. J S.
Filthy Tetmplei In d nfi-.
Sacred cows often defile i-ian tem
p:es, but worsq yf t is a body that's w,l
luted by constipation. Don't permit it.
Cleanste your system with Dr. KirY's
N,-w Life Pils and avoid untold mii
ery. They give lively livers, nrtive
bowes, go-)d digestion, fine a.p,tite.
O,vy 25o. at all dru!ri,,ists.
W YAT 1'AIKEN.OF ABBEVILLE,
is hereby announced a-, a catidi
date for Congress from the Third Cmb
gressional District. and is pleaved !o
abide the result of the Democratic
W E are authoriz-d to aniounce
-Wm. N. Graydon as a candidate
for Congress from tbe Third Congres
sional Disurict, subj-t to the action of
the Democratic primary election
D R. R F SMIITH OF PICKENS,
ishbereby~ announced as a canoi
date for Oongress from the Third CJon
gressional Distric'. aind is pledged to
abide the result of the Democratic pri
GE E' Ptdg.' ESQ., OF AN
deson, h, nereby announced as a
candidate for ('ongress from the Taird
Congression'ul Distriet, andi is pledg-d
to abide the result of the Demuocratin~
I H.McCALA,OF AB3BEVILILE,
ei,hrebv' announced a canodidate
or Congres, from the T hir d Cong es
sonal District in the Democratic pri
ma'-y and is pledged to abide the result
of the same.
WMN J STRIBBLING OF W7AL
halla. Oeonnee County, is here
by announced as a candidate for ('on
gress from -the Third Congressional
District in the Demecratic Primary
and is pledged to atilde thbe re-ult of the
For House of Represen
I AM A CANDIDATE FOR RE
erection as a member of t.he Housei
of Representative-s subject to the rules
of the Democr;atic party'.
Fred H. Dominick.
For 'County Treasurer
J L. EP-PS IS HEREBY AN
*nounced as a candidate for re
eec ion to the othice of ('ounty Trea=
urer for New berr.y Count.y, >-nd is
pledg'ed to abide the result of the l)rm
ocratic primary election.
For Probate Judge.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSEAAF
as a candidate for re- ilec(tioni to
te offce of Probate Judge for New
berry County, arid pledge my self to
abide the result of the Democratic p)ri
W. W. HODGES.
For Sub Supervisor.
T O THE DEMOCRATIC VOl'ERS,
of Newberry Cotunty: We taike
pleasure in announti g thre name of
J A. C Kibler as a candidate for the
tffie of S-ub Sup' rvisor, and ple-dge~ his
~biding faith in the resultof the Demo
ratic primary. OTERS.
E H. LONGSHORE is hereby an- (
* nounc-ed as a candidate for
oun;ty Auditor and is pledad to abide
be result of the Democratic primary.
WILLIAM WV. CROMER is hereby
announIced1 as -a candidate fir
Auditor for Newberry County and is
ledged to abide the result of the
)emocratic primary election.I
LIRENIUS EPTING IS [REREBY~
ounty Auditor arid is pledged to abhide
e re-utt of the Democratic primary.
EHEREBY i,nnoun -e myself a e-.Lnodi
date for Magistrate for Townr,i p
. 11, and pled(L e myself to ahi le- 1 he
esul t of thle primnary election
'30LIN L. GRAIlA M is hereb'v rum
a nocted ~- a canrddia e forN Mag is
'ate for No. II To,wnshi ip and i- rIdedd
>ahide t he r--ul'.- of T he- D- mnocr-atie
rimary eieet on
JH1 CHIA PPELL i-. h. r- by :an
. tounedi a- a e.indi a.e for Ml
trate fori l'os n-bi)s No- 1. 2 andl 8.
rid s pledg'.d to abide the r--ui. of
ti Demno'or-tie p!rimrttL e'et iorn.
~ tendia. HERE .\N I)UN'E-. rYreLfo
-owcndidate fo~1 in adr Maisra efo
owsi s :tt,d 2~ and-.' d o i-do
ysatio piairtery o h eo
-. C mption can bece
-:e aloneVwon't doit.
bost help." But
o its use eveni
tr, d it, send f
C 11MWNE, Cht
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In preparing precriptions a
We are governe-dI by the rules of
accuracy, care and promptness.
There is no drtg store in the State
that can serve you better. Whether
you send or cr)rumA yourself, you get 1
the best attention always.
We E, Peiafm & SOR I
We have just put in
a general line of Musi
Auto- H arps,
- $or. - .
SREST AUR ANT!|I
At R. J. Miller's R.astauranit meals
anD be had at all hours on short no
ice Fish, Steak arid all seasonable
lishies served. The Restaurant will
iot he closed down during th- sno
ner, but will be in fall bb:s' to serve
he public with the bent the market
~an ?ifford. Prompt, polite and at
entive~ servanits always glad to serve
I also keep one of thbe choicests
rocks of Fhney Grocerii-s ever I
~roughit to this city. Call to -se mc.
Near Postoffice. ]
UTTER and EGGS
)n Sat nrdays of each week at Freight
office A tlantic Cotst Line R. R.
Newhberry, So. Ca.
WALLACE B, TIODD.
IAVE YOU BEEN TO THE~
NEW GRANITE FRONT
Confectionery and Bakery?
Pat-at Br ead at 4e , or3 for 100.
Muk Brcead at 4e , or .3 fo- 10e. a
Grahamtr Bread at 4e . or 3 for lOc,
Homem-nide Bread at 5:.
C ream Br. aT 5i'
( 'r.:mr R"e-d :t~ 10e
Bosil Brow n Br. atd at 10Y.
('oeoan t " " " 10e
P Xum ('. k -, ' 101.
I oc a. ut. Drps " -0
Loni Snap'. " l")10
V an ill i .luiu bb. 8. -- " 1e.
Ct-naido Rolls. " " 10
Clour ree .u!v
a a uvver.-mumT
H A M M
Just Big Enough
A pound of pleast
each sixteen ounce
Lawn Chairs and I
Baby Cabs and Go Cart
Little White I
1 T I3APIX
use in wnr
'PO00 30c. per pin
ments du t
srcs i Sbot
Haig grade at yall
>f experience, I know
now to do first- class
Nork on Bicycles.
1. W. White V oIxure
ICE CE ____
Open for the Season. . you
See me before making Tooth
rour arrangements for Brust
rour supply. The
3EST SERVICE Nic4
MODERATE PRICES. ery, T
A contiuance of your alT
iberal patronage is re-1
large varieties from tOli
cheap Stick Pin to a capital
'INE GOL.D WATCH, f~
Call and examine my re sit
Lock before buying. dobt.
C L rmin an nniin. ...*t
reweler and Optician.for L
C K S if%
Dixie Canopies. 2
) FIRIN.G GUNS
,f amruni,ion are here to
ign!'Piut Roaet-,, Aitts and
U- it s-ects Our Standard
t is cet rtain denth, and hs a
tity will work fenrfui de
is iexpt nive. E pstsonly
t. Ard d.-n't forget to vur
h (amjphor and Moth Balls
e safe'y of your winter gar
I their -umrrer rest.
01I the beztinseetd(stroyers:
ier50c Sticky Fly Paper
- 15c. 501- a B-x.
IER & Wr]EKS,
iarmacists, Corner Dm Storu,
VBERRY. S. C.
r Plumin5r and do nft have
k done before i ou -ee "ur line
~s and re-t u.s to make an eisti
you We will pay special at
o this brancfl of 'our business
on and will in a few days
mplete line of Plumbing fix
stock and you ein se just
ii want. All work wilt be
ad strictly satisfactory.
ry Hardware Company.
re You Go Away
vant to see that
ave ago.d Hair,
, Nail and Flesh
in your trunk.
line of Toilet
;, Sponges, Tal
oilet Waters and
and snmmer complaint.
>m3pt attention to pbooe or
Candies always fresh. You
a for Commencement. At
Is' Drug Store,
TABLISHED IN I18/I.)
-- -- ---$150,000.00
nd Profits - 96,865.88
hankingr business ransacted
ptne'ss Sp)ecial a~tte?ntion to
allowed interest at the rate
rit per annum from date of
nterest payable -January 1st
~t of each year.
. A. CARLISLE, Pret.
S DUNCAN, ('aThier
WV Mf SMMONs. A~ "'t
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