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.y tald and Ems
O'NealI lemocr*tlc Club.
The O'-Neall Democratic club wi
meet on Saturday at 3 o'clock for th
purpose of making up a new roll, th
old roll being lost. Every Democra
come out. G. S. Moore, President.
P. W. Sheely, Secretary.
Foley's Kidney Care it a medicin
free from poisons and will cure ai
case of kidney disease that is not I
yond ibe reach if medicine. Sold b
Gilder & Weeks.
- To Teach in Saluda.
Miss Mattie Sloan has been electe
teacher of the school at Saluda, C. H.
to the place of Miss Linda Welch, wh
has accepted a position in the Newberr
graded school. Miss Sloan has oee
attending college at Due West for th
past two years, and has been thor
oughly prepared for teaching. W
congratulate Saluda on their selection
"I had diabetes in i s worst form,
writes Marion Lee of Dunreeth, Ind
"I tried eight physicians without reliol
Only three bottles of Foley's Kidne:
Cure made me a well man." Sold b;
Gilder & Weeks.
Loat a Finger.
Last Thursday afternoon Policemaa
Carter's son, George, had the misfor
tune to get his right hand caught ii
some gearing in the card room of th
Newberry cotton mill, and his middl,
finger was so badly mashed that it ha<
to be amputated. Dr. W. G. Housea
performed the operation successfully
The young man was wiping the ma
chinery with waste which got caugh
and pulled his hand into the gearinj
with the above result.
Many persons in this community ar
suffering from kidney complaint wb
could avoid fatal results by using Fol
ey's Kidney Cure. Sold by Gilder 3
Barbecue and ice Cream Festival.
Saturday evening, -August 9th, a bar
becue and ice cream festival and an en
tertainment by the ladies will be givei
in West End at the Old Chapel, o
O'Neall street. The proceeds to go ti
the joint Sunday Schools of West End
The candidates will all be there and al
will be given an opportunity to speak
Supper will be served from 6 to 11
o'clock. Everybody.is invited.
Quec Reliert for Asthma Xuffe-rera
Foley's Honey and Tar affords im
mediate relief to asthma sufferers it
the worst stages, and if tasken in time
will efect-a cure. Sold by Gilder o
Both Won Scholarahipe.
Misses Unie and Carrie Gibson
tneers of the Spartanburg grade<
-schools, were in the city yesterday re
turning to Newberry from Knoxville
Tenn., where they spent six weeks at
tending the Southern Educational insti
tute, which was held at .the Universit'
of Tennessee in that city. There wer<
- 3,9(YJ teachers from all over the coun
try in attendance. Two hundred an<
Sifty scholarships to the University o:
Tennessee were offered, and the Misse
Gibson each won a scholarship. This
however, they will not accept, but 'wJ
return to Spartanburg this fall to teacl
in the city graded schools.-Spartanl
"I was troubled wish a backinj
ough for a year and I thought I hat
consumlfption," says U. Uncer, 211. Ma
pie street, Champaign, Ill. "I tried
great many remedies and I was unde
the care of physicians for severa
months. I used one bottle of Foley'
Honey and Tar. It cured me, and
have not been troubled since." Sold b;
Glder & Weeks.
Why the Paper 1s Delayed.
We scarcely feel that it is necessar
to state why the paper is delayed. Th
tale is told in another column.
In thlis connection we desire to mak
public acknowledgment of, and expres
our thanks for, the kind and considerat
offer of the editor of our cotemporar.3
the Observer, to print this issue of Th~
Herald and News. It was very though1
ful, and we .appreciate it. Ordinari]
we would have been glad to have a<
eepted but we felt it was due one w12
had been so faithful to the paper an
the office to stop all work for one and
half days until the last sad rites wei
over. There are few boys of his ag
who were so devoted to duty and wi
loved work so well and who would tali
the interest he took.
a Phy.lcIanl ieale-l.
Dr. George Ewing, a practicing~ ph:
sician of Smith's Grove, Ky., for ove
thirty years, writes his persona'l exp'
rience with Foley's Kidney Cure: F<
years I had been greatly bothbered wit
- kidney and bladder trou le and et
larged prostrate gland. I used ever;
thing known to the profession withoi
relief, until I commenced to use Foley
Kidney Cure. After taking three bc
ties I was entirely relieved and cure<
I prescribe it now daily in my practi<
and heartily recommend its use to a
- physicians for such troubles. I ha'
prescribed it in. hundreds of cases wit
perfect success " Sold by Gilder
Tell Your !4eighbors
that you have bought your flour frc
Bransford mills and you will be assur
that you could have not bought bett(
This is a SATISFACTION TO YOU
stat out with. It is a comfort to kn(
that you have the best. Long use a
complete your satisfaction. It is t
satisfaction from long use experienc
by housekeepers everywhere, that 12
established confidence in "Clifto:
flour. Good words for it, which y
hear on every hand, spring from ti
confidence. In justice to your best
terests you ought to use "Clifton."
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Miss Nina Carlisle has returned from
a visit to relatives.
Miss Jessie Summer left today for
Lexington to visit relatives.
e Mr. Frank Ensworth, of Worcester,
e Mass., is visiting friends in Newberry.
t Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lee, of Kings
tree, are in the city visiting relatives.
Mrs. T. L. Wheeler, of Prosperity,
visited relatives in the city last week.
e Mrs. Geo. B. Cromer and Misses Mar
guerite and Carolyn are visiting in
Dr. E. P. McClintock and his daugh
ter, Miss Euphemia, left today for
I Glenn Springs.
Miss Daisy O'Neall, of Columbia, will
o arrive in the city today to visit Mrs.
r R. D. Wright.
1 Large crowds are attending the Con
a federate Veterans Reunion in Green
- ville this week.
Rev. W. 1. Herbert and Rev. G. R.
Shaffer, of Prosperity, will exchange
pulpits on Sunday.
Mr. R. L. Whites, of Atlanta, who
has been visiting in the county, returned
to Atlanta today.
The State Board of Equalization let
the assessments of this county stand as
fixed by the county board.
Miss May Miller and Master George
Miller, of Columbia, are visiting their
i aunt, Mrs. T. Q. Boozer.
Rev. M. J. Epting and family, of Sa
vannah, are expected to arrive here in
1 a few days to visit relatives.
Mrs. Janie Reagin and daughters,
Misses Marie and Grace Burton, are
t visiting relatives at Little Mountain.
R. H. Welch, Esq., will leave on
Thursday for Glenn Springs to spend a
while. Mrs. Welch will visit in Union.
Rev. Geo. A. Wright is in Spartan
burg assisting in a meeting in that
county. He will return before Sunday.
A first class barbecue will be given
at Utopia on Wednesday, 13th, the day
of the county campaign meeting there.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel McFall John
son, of Kansas City, Mo., is visiting f
relatives and friends in the -city and I
An extra communication of Amity E
1 Lodge, A. F. M., will be held Thursday
night, for the purpose of conferring the E
M. M. degree.
The Union meeting will be held in the
Thompson street A. R. P. church next
Sunday night, Rev. G. R. Shaffer, of
Dr. Geo. B. Cromer and Mr. Win. P.
Houseal left Monday for New Market,
Va., to attend the Lutheran Sunday
school Convention of Virginia.
Miss Susie Summer, who has been in6
Europe for the past year perfecting
herself in the art of music returned
home today. Mr. Summer, her father,
who went to New York to meet her,
returned with her. .
Mr. Maurice M. Earhardt, the head
clerk of the mammoth establishment of
"Lever, the shoe man," of Columbia, .
has been. in the city for the past few1
days with his brother, Mr. J. W. Ear
hardt. He returned to Columbia today.
Misses Mary Burton, Mary Carwile
Burton, Bessie Burton, Carrie Pool,
Ban. Neel, S. E. Holland and Mrs. S. G.
Welch left today for Washington and
other northern cities. Before return
ing Miss Mary Burton will go to Jersey
City, N. J., and spend some time with
her nephew Mr. Tnios. L. Burton, who
holds an important position with the
New Jersey Cntral railway.
Cures Ecs ma, Itching Humnore. Pimples
rand Carbuncles.---OSta nothing to try.
IB. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) is now
recognized as a certain and sure cure
for eczema, itching skin, humors, scabs
scales, watery blisters, pimples, aching
bones or joints, boils, carbuncles, prick
ling pain in the skin, old, eating sorfrs,
ulcers, etc. Botanic Blood Balm taken
internally, cures the worst and most
deepseated cases by enriching, purify
ing and vitalizing the blood, thereby
giving a healthy blood supply to the
skin. Botanic Blood Balm is tbe only
scure to stay cured, for these awful,
annoying skin troubles. Heals every
!, sore and gives the rich glow of health
e to tbe skin. Builds up the broken,
down body and makes the blood red and
nourising. Especially advised for1
chronic, old cases that doctors, patent
-medicines and hot springs fail to cure.
o Druggists. $1. To prove B. B. B. cures
dsample sent free and prepaid by writing
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe
a trouble, and free medical advice sent
e in sealed letter.
eMrs. R. F. Bedenbaugh, assisted by
Sher cha g daughters, Misses Grace
.e and Ann Mae, were the charming
hostesses of a most delightful house
pty at their hospitable home, "The
Bdge" the past week. Their guests
-were Dr. and Mrs. Folk, of .Columbia;
r Miss Fannie Oswald, of Lexington; Miss
- Della 0. Richards, of Georgia, Messrs.
rr Perry Caughmnan, Clarence Richards
h and J. C. Coulter, of Columbia.
-'0I Never Knew Pain Killer to Fall
1L before, wh2at can the matter be? Where
a is the bottle? 'Tnere, I thought so); it
tis not Perry Davis' Painkiller at all,
- -ut something the druggist must have
e made himseif and I did not notice it; I
11 have u sed Painkiller for years for diar
roea, cramps and stomach aches and
hit never failed.
Another ridiculous food fad has been
mbranded by the most competent authori
ties. They have dispelled the silly no
dtion that one kind of food is needed for
r. brain, another for muscles, and still
to another for bones. A correct diet will
not only nourish a particuiar part of
wthe body, but it will sustain every other
ll part. Yet, however good your food
-l may be, its nutriment is destroyed by
ed indigestion or dyspepsia. You must
sprepare for their appearance or pre
asvent their coming by taking regular
'' doses of Green's August Flower, the
0u favorite medicine of the healthy mil
tis lions. A few doses aids digestion,
-stimulates the liver .to healthy action,
n-nurifies the blood, and makes you feel
auoant and vigorous. You can get
this~reliable remedy at
Ge Green's Snpeial Almanac.
COURT OF SESSIONS.
Fair Crowd in Attsndance-Much BuRines
Being I):eposed of-The Cases Tried.
The sessions court convened here
Monday morning with Judge Watts,
Solicitor Sease, Stenographer Motte
and the jurors at their places. His
Honor settled down to business from
the start and pushed the business of
the court ahead without much delay.
Petit Jurors H. W. Wallace, J. Marion
Davis and C. M. Werts were excused.
The following cases have been dis
Dock Coleman was convicted of house
reaking and larceny and was sentenced
:o five years in the State penitentiary.
Butler Williams was convicted of as
;ault and battery with intent to kill and
was sentenced to pay a fine of $75 or 15
.nonths on the public works. The case
igainst Dudley Johnson and Carl John
,on, indicted jointly with him, was nol
Dock Ruff, alias Richard Ruff, was
round guilty of assault and battery
with intent to kill and was sentenced to
L8 months on the chaingang or in the
Ned Payne was tried for assault and
attery with intent to kill. Guilty, and
-ecommended to the mercy of the court.
ttorney Dominick gave notice of a
notion for a new treal.
State vs. Will LeRoy and Ollie Le
State vs. Dan Johnson and James
3rown, alias James Browning-house
)reaking and larceny and receiving
tolen goods. Plead guilty of petit
arceny. Nol prossed as to other count.
hirty days on public works of the
State vs. Jesse Gilliam-burglary and
arceny-Plead guilty of first count.
;even months on county chain gang.
JAMES D. NANCE CAMP.
be Meettng Monday-New Members-Del
egat a to State Reunion-Sponeors and
Maids of Honor.
The James D. Nance Camp of Con
ederate Veterans met in the court
Louse Monday morning, Commander J.
V. Gary in the chair and adjutant 0. L.
>chumpert acting as secretary.
The following new members were
lected and enrolled: J. L. Connelly,
3o. A. 4th regiment; F. S. Bedenbaugh,
so. A, 4th regiment; E. McD. Heller,
3. A, 4th regiment: A. A. Nates, Co.
, 13th regiment; W. H. Sloan, Co. F.
Oth regiment; J. H. Dominick, Co. G,
3th regiment; B. F. Day, Co. B, 1st
egiment; W. H. Eddy, Sr., Co. F.
The following were elected delegates
o the state reunion at Greenville the
th, 7th and 8th instant; J. C. Wilson,
V. T. Tarrant, J. W. L. Arthur, 0. L.
chumper t, W. C. Sligh, J. H. Smith,
D. P. Matthews: alternates-Geo. D.
athrop, M. H. Buzhardt, T. S. Blair,
. C. S. Brown, J. L. Connelly, W. C.
degget, Harrison Cromer, D. A. Rut?,
d. M. Buford, M. Werts, J. Cal. Neal,
r. D. Shealy, R. T.. Caldwell, H. 0
Nilson, W. R. Jones. 0. L. Schum
>ert was elected chairman of the dele
The camp elected Miss Lizzie Glenn
~ponsor and Miss Vinnie May Wilson
mnd Miss Iula Jones niaids of honor.
The camp will go by the Southern
lailway and will leave tomorrow at 7.40
Just Look At Her.
Whence cam. that sprightly s.tep,
~aultless skin, rich, rosy complexlou,
~miling face. Sbe looks good, feels
rood. Here's her secret She uses Dr.
Cing's New Life Pills. Result,-all
>rgaoS active, digestion go;d, no bead
chas, no chance for "blues." Try
,hem yourself. Only 25c at all drug
MR. THOS. s- MOORMhAN DEAD.
Was in Asheville, N. C., for H is H ealth When
e Diled-Waq Connected with the
Newberr y Bar for Years and
was We'l-Knownl Here.
The following account of the death of
r'hos. S. Moorman, Esq., is taken from
the Columbia special to The News and
Courier of today:
News was received here this morning
of the death of Mr. Thomas Moorman,
the librarian of the State Supreme
Court at Asheville, N. C. Mr. Moor
man, has been in bad health for some
ime and went away to regain his health,
but he died in Asheville.
Mr. Moormau has been the librarian
of the Supreme Court since 1888 and has
ben a most satisfactory officer. Dur
ing his term of office he rendered the
Bar of the State an invaluable service
in the preparation of "Moorman's Di
gest," which has been of great service
to the lawyers of the State.
Mr. Moorman succeeded Mr. Robert
Lynch as librarian of the Supreme
Court library, and devoted himself to
some extent to the practice of his pro
Mr. Moorman, until he came to Co
lumbia to accept the position of libra
ien, was connected with the Bar of
New berry. He was admitted to the
practice of law in 1866.
During the war for Southern inde
pendence he served with gallantry in
the 3d Sou.h Carolina brigade, (Ker
shaw's,) and was one of the most gal
lant soldiers that went out from this
Mr. Moorman leaves a wvidow and a
large family, most of whom are young
men, who have taken a high place in
the Si ate as worthy and progressive
citizens. Mr. Robert Moorman has
been magistrate in Columbia for some
time, and another son, Thomas, is a
l'eutenant in the United States army,
having won his posi an by hard and
FXECUT1VE COMMlITTEE MEETING.
Managers for the Primary Election Ap
The County Democratic Executive
Committee met Saturday.
County Chairman Goggans stated
that the meeting had been called for the
purpose of appointing managers for
the primary election and attending to
any other business that might come
before the meeting.
Mr. L. I. Epting tendered his resig
nation as a member of the committee,
he being a candidate, and Mr. W. H.
Miller was elected in his stead. Dr.
W. C. Brown also took the place of
Mr. W. H. Wendt on the committee.
On motion a sufficient number of
tickets were ordered printed to hold
the election on the question of building
a new court house in the coming pri
The committee appointed at a former
meeting to audit the treasurer's books
made its report, and reported $31.30 on
hand, left-over from the last campaign.
The chairman was authorized to ap
point a committee to make all necessa
ry arrangements as to boxes, tickets,
etc., for the election.
One of the candidates for Sub-Super
visor having failed to sign the pledge
at the proper time, appealed to the
committee to be allowed to continue in
the race. The candidate was under the
impression that he had until 12 o'clock
the day of the first campaign meeting,
when the constitution required that
they had to sign by 12 o'clock on the
day previous to the first campaign
meeting. The committee decided that
as the constitution was so plain on the
question that they had no power in the i
premises and would not override it. So
the candidate was barred from enter
ing the race.
The following managers were then
handed in to act as managers in the
coming primary election:
Old Men's Club-S P Boozer, M J
Scott and W T Tarrant.
Young Men's Club
Helena Club-B E Julian, G P Hill
and J W L Arthur.
Hartford Club-J W Derrick, L E
Summers and J E Nobles.
Johnstone Academy Club - G M
Sligh, J Cal Neel and J B Halfacre.1
Mulberry Club-S S Cunningham, J
D Nance and J H Suber.
Mt. Bethel Club-S J D Price, Chas1
S Suber and Joe Brown.
Garmany Club-C L Leitzsey, John
Oxner and Herbert McGraw.
Maybinton Club-J B Richards, F E
Maybin and B. H. Maybin.
Mt. Pleasant Club-W D Rutherford,
Sam Graham and Fred Smith.
, NO. 4.
Long Lane Club-Lambert Chandler,
Henry Burton and Bachman Cromer.
Jalapa Club-S M Duncan, Wm W
Farrow and David Spearman.
Conservative Club-T H Chalmers,
W H Ed4r and John H Aull.
Kinards Club-J A Dominick, W L
Copeland and J J Hitt.
Trinity Club-John Hendrix, Walter
Spearman and Cothran Longshore. 4
Old Men's Club-J Will Wilson, S E
Senn and J S Floyd, Jr.
Reederville Club-John Livingston, J
M Smith and H J Motes.1
Saluda Club-J W Reid, J W Sanders
and J W Ropp.
Chappells Club-W. L. Andrews, J.
J. White and J. R. Scurry.
Vaughanville Club-M. Dwight Smith,
Henry M. Boozer and C. A. Brooks.
Utopia Club-Arthur Foy, J. W.
Reagin and J. L. Thrailkill.
East Riverside Club--David Paysinger,
R. T. Buzhardt, and Duffie D. Schum
Deadfall Club-Joe Alewine, D. B.
Werts and Arthur Werts.
Warehouse Club-Jno. B. Fellers, Mv.
M. Bedenbaugh and B. T. Young.
St. Lukes Club-W. F. Bedenbaugh,
C. S. Nichols and A. L. Boozer.
Saluda Club-L. L. Dominick, M. W.
Bedenbaugh and H. L. Fellers.
O'Neal Club-W. P. Pough, Noah L.
Moore and Jno. H. Garrett.
Mt. Pilgrim Club
Liberty Club-J. 0. Moore, N. R.
Lester and J. T. Hunter.
Monticello Club-M. W. Sheely, H. J.
Bedenbaugh and D. B. Warner.
Fair view Club
Swilton Club-Ernest E. Sligh, J. A.
Miller and J. H. W. Long.
Uion Club-T. L. B. Epps, M. L
Long and L. I. Sheely.
Jolly '3treet Club-- B. M. D. Living
top, J. P. Cannon and J. D. H. Kibler.
St. Paul's Club-T. A. Epting, J. J.
Kibler and Edmund Sheely.
Central Club-C. W. Sheely, J. C.
Seybt and Joe Stuckman.
Colony C'lub-L. .Q. Fellers, James
Ellesor and Jno. Sligh.
Little Mt. Club-J. E. Boland, J. N.
Feagle and Ira. C. Boland.
Zion Club-M. H. F?olk, Jacob E.
romer and L. B. Eargie.
St. Phillips Club
Walton Club-Bachm'an M. Suber, W.
. Graham and R. L. Crooks.
Pomaria Club- H. F. Counts, Richard
Hipp and Julius Koon.
Shatters all Records.
Twice in hospital, F. A. Gulledge
Verbena, Ala , paid a vast sum to doe
tors to cure a severr case of pilos
causing 24 tumors. When all faled
Bucklen's Arnica Salve soon cnret
him. Sut,dues Inflanimation, conquer
Aches, kills Pains. B st. salve in th4
world. 25c at all druggist.
In looking back over our own trai
it seems as if we always stopped a
rest in thA worms places.
Foley's Kidney urs
Will cure Bright's Dis"ase.
Will cure )iabete:.
Will cure Stone in B'ad(.er.
Will cure Kidney and Blardder Disease.
Foley's Kidney Cure will cure all dis.
Bases arising from disordered kidneys
>r bladder. Sold by Gilder & Wet-ks.
Now is the time to rub your straw
Eat with a lemon and brush the dust
ff your baseball vacabular,.
l.oc,k NleaMUant. Pleatme.
Photographer C. C. Harlan, of Eaton,
., can do s) now, though for yars he
3ouldn't because he suffered untold
gony from the worst form of intiges
ion. All physicians and medicii s
ailed to help him till he tried Electric
Bitters, wbich wo ked such wonders for
rim that he declares they are a god
send to sufferers from dyspepsia and
)mach troubles. Unrivaled for dis
;ases of the Stomach, Liver and Kid
ieys, they bui.d up and give new life
o the whole system. Try tht m. Only
0. Guaranteed by all druggists
When a woman argues with a man
the is outspoken and is out talked.
All Were Savei.
"For ye' rs I .uffered such untold
nisery from Bronchitis." writes J H.
[ohnston of Broughton, Ga., "that of
,en I was unable to work. Then, when
verything else failed, I was wholly
ured by Dr. King's New Discovery for
Jonsumotion. My wife suffered in
ensely from Asthma, till it cured her,
and all or:r experience goes to show it
s the best. Croup medicine in the
vord." A trial will convince you it's
inriva!ed for Throat and Lung dis
:ases. Guaranteed bottles 50c and $1 00.
rrial bottles free at all druggist.
Tbere will be no marrying in heaven,
>t how about the other place ?
To My Frleodr.
It is with j,y I tell you what Kod--1
lid for me. I was troubled with my
tomach for several months. Upon being
dvised to use Kodol, I did so, and
vords eannot tell the good it has done
ne. A neighbor had dyspep-ia so that
,e had tried most everything. I told
im to use Kodol. Words of gratitude
ave come to me from him because I
'ecommended it.- Geo. W. Fry. Viola,
:owa. Health and strength, o.f miind
ud body, depend on the st'oma"h, and
iormal activity of the digestive orgzans.
(odol, the great reconstructive tonic,
ures all stomach apd bowel troubles,
ndigestion, dyspepsia Kodol digests
ny good food you eat. Take a dose
fter meals. W. E. Pelbam & Son.
Economy as practiced by the
Lverage man seldom saves him any
A Nec essary Precau tion.
Don't neglect a cold. It is worse
an unpleasant. It is dangerous. By
sing One Minute Cough Cure you can
ure it at once. Allays inflammation,
~lears the head, sootbes and strength
uns the mucus membrane. Cures
~oughs, croup, throat and lung trou
yles;. Absolutely safe. Acts immedi
tely. Children like it. W. E. Pelban
Every man may have his price, but
overy woman wants a bargain.
It Needs a Tonic.
There are times when your livei
needs a tonic. Don't give purgatives
hat gripe and weaken. DeWitt's Little
Early Riser's expel all poison from the
tystem and act as t ->nic to the liver. W.
Scott, 531 Highbland ave., Milton, Pa..
lays: "I have carried DeWitt's Little
arly Risers with me for several year:
wd would not be without them." Small
nd easy to take. Purely vegetable
Ibey never gripe or distress. W. E
Pelham & Son.
Affection is the lining that' s miss
ing from a breach-of-promise suit.
His Sight Threatened.:
"While picnicing last month my 11
year-old boy was poisoned by somn
weed or plant," says WV. H. Dibble, o
Sioux City, Ia. "He rubbed the poisor
cuf his hands into his eyes and for awhile
we were afraid he would lose his eight
Finally a neighbor recommended De
WVitt's Witch Hazel Salve. The firs
application helped him and in a fey
days he was as well as ever." For skit
diseases, cuts, burns, scalds, wounds
insect bites, DeWitt's Witch Haze]
Salve is sure cure. Relieves p)iles a
once. Beware of counterfeits. W. E
Pelbam & Son.
TANTED SALESMEN. I OR:
Vgood men to sell an-d collect.
Apply to WV. W. LE IGH, Central House
][ WILL furnish a first class barbecu
at Young's Grove campaign day
August 12. Price 40 and 35 cents.
W. J. MILLs.
OR SALE-8-horse Talbot Engine
F50-saw gin and condenser and powe
press, also shingle machine-cheal
Apply to ~J. B. CLARY.
Tp HE TRUSTEES OF ST. PHILIP'
school, Township No. 11, will hol
a meeting on Friday, August 15, 190:
at 4 p. in., for the purpose of electmn
a teacher. A pplications must be hande
to either of the undersigned.
W. F. KOON.
D. A. RUFF.
R. C. SLIGH.
IIPROSHVN L I1
AAfor PERSONS AaINth CLAmlk
ionrsfPbi Workgsagainsedhe Cmt
ssonerline uning Worcused prita
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White Goods, S
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Dress Goods. Ii
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and take advar
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Ladies Oxfords worth
Misses Oxfords at th
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Men's and Boys' Str
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Our Great S0
CLOTHING, LOW CU
ROM now until Sept.
["mer Clothing, Low~
Hats at New York cosi
and from the best ma
say at Cost we mean
Sin New York with no.g
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and Rare Bargains no
new, clean and stylisi
pleasure in showing a
No Goods Chari
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>ck of Printed
Ends and Short
ales, Linen Batis
:s and Summer
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tage of this op
UT S H OES.
$2.00, going at $1 .00.
$1.50, going at $ .75.
$1.00, " at .60.
.75, " at .45.
e same reduction.
s at same reduction.
aw Hats at half price.
IS AND SWJ18ES.
3 1-3c. Those worth IOc
ther good things being
tterns on han?d, also Delineators
or yearly ubscription.
Immer Sale of
T SHOES, HATS, ETC.
1 st. we will sell all Sum
SCut Shoes and Straw
t. These Goods are new
nufacturers. When we
Nhat the Goods cost us
es on every article in our
uest of first-class Goods
w is the chance to secure
1 goods. We will take
nd pricing these goods.
ed at Cut Prices,
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