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Iolved ThtWahng nwa ge'
Generl' than~ Le. 3 invit atjin
for young mn only. A ftcler i iisinj,
the subject. other 'our*'ses will be (en
teredl uponi for their benefit.
Th'Ie St. IPhilip)'s school clo)ses A pril 2]
The school was taught by MIiss Maitti
Browni. She wvill give a pienic on th
25th. TIhe public' is cordIially invited
Comec one, coeI all, andl bring wel
filled batskets.
Thle farmers of this commiuniity art
busily engag'ed in planting cotton. T1he
grain crop went back, but it is coming,
out now wondeCrfully. I"eat.heritop.
April 17, 1903.
NeWkr'rt. 1Mt And Won At uinton --n
tdtct tOntsts to M Tuled Off in
Neve iry,
The Newhery ."oilege t-eaim played
t w, gamts at 'linton An tidpy after
nl and SaturdAv moryn ing of last
wee(k, lsing the iat hy a very narrow
mas.in and wi\'iming the ecoand.
T'he' New t'ory boy< ar that in the
st ?-.m1< tn1' thrwin. .\n their part
lo;t hemn, ihe pa n, all.-win1g four rim,
R .: den g-oi tirst hfme run of the
sea' , 8 inpan, Siip.on. while
i: m as\hav as usual, alloiwxi
.nm h is'. tit-ching , steady game.
Ynton ,ieldti seven hits.
'st\ i to in fwor of the
- o B A.iie' S. by 1imnis.n
bas< h:s .'1t<ilr t. off\Simp
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at ila.-r.,.f r th
ing n ofer or he prchA e o th
property of th 3.mpa, adteta
acti n o su h o her bus nes a ma
come up fr consid rin A ul
ate d n e se r e tl r e . n tj
desire that s many of th ol 3m m
bes fth lla cea posil beprs
ent.Thos whomaynot e abe t
atedinpro ar asked tou- h
nonvv..
SHOT DOWN BY HIS OWN BOY
., W, Rinsey Painfnlly and Perhaps
Seriously Wounded in a Row
With His Sons.
The State.
l;ranch'ille, April 19,. *-. W.Kitisey,
a farmer livitig six miles from herv in
liatuwrg county, was shot and painfully
if not seriously woundee thia afterwnom.
It aplpears that a dispute amose betweenl
Kinsey and one of his sons. The for
mer starte for his gun; the latter drvw
his pistol; their was a general mix-up.
The pistol went off with the above iv
suit..
young Kinsvy and one of his brothers
were arrested hrie this aftertoon and
will ptobably be turned over to the
sheritf of tamxeg c'ounty tomorrow.
GIN. RAMRtiRG STRICKlN.
Promitncnt and Wcalttr Man it Critical
Condition.
The 't:ate,.
lkam ,rg. April 19. Gen. F. M. Bami.
lvrg sufferei a stroke of pr.calysis late
Sati mia. afternoon :".d .;w lies crit
cally siat his home on tainldoa aye
:' lrs Tay lor andi Wannamaker of
a',:r.h::a w er called in and arrived
Thc im1:1inN-i:5te' memtl sts of the fa1tn
-.) w'c:': i eh V; raph\i for f his morn,ing
rt. on a s'cwial train tonight.
: ondiit ion is o nsid
Y~ ' A id Miety 'for 'en
c V. , ch . .onuwt a sofa
< :' :s bakr.\ t'.s eve lnutg be
s. -- ; : 1 . r;. r:is I& Vn
1: . , i ,' .v r..
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p :'r.
Aear. B ro
T Ti H E:sBE.S.\ATIS
2--. T... .r. New.:.rry st'-arn
-. - t.arr a r.d Ibr a-l.:
t dMutton. >i,d b '
Wante.
e , s ?pa.' ri,.rf ther'- dIn n
ptr .wu ra j'* I re c . Apd f t
,,S?\ 9 I S: ' .r :r firjyIi
: esi . w.ir : -tj , . t-I 9 ra-.': 91 ' 1rr.r.
truuude:utit:(us u
Ie -.' i*.,.Tmunna.
i.v t tout,;.: : lw, 1$ 1$ t dr, *I. .g
.A Ut atir ih.( u. .s o M 'da u 'i
Onte, urt , 6 il ,fJ Mir t rou/, . t ur
-e.' n 'i clal i6 !Ve Iil
cse, at.*lli1e (a V I I h'4
o er sreaT r n isLieh't
and ric.0 ,r e-,,; ;oro - -t
OT COR
L.ike the running brook, the
red blood that flows through
the vet ins has to come from
I'he springs of red blood are
I mxal in the soft core of the
hones Called the marrow and
0:lme say red blood also comes
f 1an the spleen. Healthy bone
I 1,1Urtw and healthy spleen
'.e full of fat.
Scott's Elmulsion makes new
1t:,wl by feeding the bone
r row and the spleen with
t'e ric'he t of all fats, the pure
\.l liver oil.
,or pale school girls and
n\:ll' an<l itr all whose
b t thin antl p,tle , Saytt's
ii h ~=x.1 it rich
1. ' \,"l l.i. ' ' ti;'gti'' s b u t
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,.'.Atl$.ts *r i al) s '
PLAIN PROOF,
What this Genttman Says
is a Mere Statement of
Facts.
NO rll tnhve a ffa rr S0n b,t dis
--etin frtm tha ctint s ar r,-des.
wh i: h 11 ,\;tw, f,\: vetriintina a 1 of the,
::e i.i\ . 1 1hu le- i r< ;at a 1 h 1 CI . Vrid'
,.1 r'1 \t 0- ','t t !0) : a l aate m n'
Isir th- pfVt ipr and thcea.
a:r; k dluty ,'t\mpi:ain1t. a. ub-tan
t.:1 r'.t .N:11 i i ar e l r a e
i , 1 l:a\ - 1 t!; 'tt it Al i h ,n
sire ru'. ~ to 1u a t . t: 1 tI' ,:t't11111tz,
Say n i n
nk
It' Cs ty Qo. i: Il "r (lit Iy
TH NEBER
That
(rolil feIr11-uIi, it quali
The~ no tui' he q..ha<of teliwarbl's
incag of vast ~ e terprses ltheI
ow h U-ad in th o rae actidn
bensee suces nd failu r i rn
TKe quity of. thewoka on. b
yh or wftaointks itaond
wnte w aill ofto. tshe s
res avgth.be
TL t B.a onwl Aoull,do
woka LES-.EEs .
A
Fat Field
makes a fat purse.
A fertilizer without
sufficient
Potash
is lot complete.
t bttr 'ok me complett treatises
.tn I.itthte , wtitten by
menl who know.
wV ite' tur them.
(W0% %.N
h \l i
If you are wanting an H aster
lint yotl will find correct and most
desirathlt usp-to-dite .4tyles at
The Riser Millinery Co.
No. 6102.
REPORT
Of The First National Bank
of Whitmire, in the State
of South Carolina, at the
close of Business, April
9, 1903.
1tr:so1iRCKS.
1.onns and )iscounts..............$36,844 76
Overd1rafts, secured and un
secured....................... ... 11,678 04
U. S. Bonds to secure cireu
lat ion ........., ............ . ,250 00
l'tiumnits on 11. S. onds ..... 639 06
Stocks, securities, etc........ . . 77 50
Banking house, furniture and
tixt ures .............. ....... 1.530 01
lue from State lBanks and
Bankers ........ ... 12,028 49
IDuo from approved reserve
ag'ents .. ......... .. 9057 60
Notes of other National lBanks 600 00
1 'Fractional paper currency,
nickles, and cents . . 48
iA\\%- MONEY RESERVE IN
1ANI. VIZ:
Specie ... $2.338 00
Legal-tender notes 025 00 2,963 00
lrdemption fund with U. S.
T'reasurer (5 per cent. of
circulation.) ...................... 312 50
Total ....................... $81,885 "14
LIA1.Ai.TiiFs.
Capital st.\ k paid in.............$25,000 00
Surplus fund ......... .....20)0 C)
l' divided protits. less ex
pse.s and taxes paid 1,773 30
National lank notes out
st anding .................. . 6,2 50 00
Individual deposits subjeet to
c. ............ .:17.840 02
ashicr's dhecks outstanding 822 12
I lls payable. including cer
tincates of deposit for
money borrowed .............. 10,000 00
Total ............... ......885 "4
.~T OF TIITH CAROLINA, s
COUNTY O ' NEwBERRY. S
I. J. K. S. Rsy. Cashier of the above
named bank, dc, solemnly~ swear that
the above stateme~nt is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
J. K. S. RAY, ('ashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 14lth day of April, 19)03.
J. D. SToInes,
CORRET-Atest: Notary Public.
WMi. Cotl SMAN, .
F. M. SETZLER, Directors.
R. R. JETER,
ARE YOU
TROUBLED
With bugs on the bed?
Every one is at times.
Some check them at
once while others allow
them to multiply until
they are all over the
house and then find it
a task to exterminate
the pest. Why not use
a bottle of our
BUG4-I-CIDE
when first they are dis
covered and be re
lieved at once. It is'
easy to apply, and un
like most preparations
it .is not greasy or
stick y and does not
soil the bed clothing.
PRICE 25c and 50c
A BOTTLE.
W. 0e Mayes'
DRUG STORE.
ROGERS STAINFLOOR FINIlSH
HtaIins and flnlnhos floors at
'I QN Si&! N( Dii N0 Wcll
Easily ItaIiulled and dirios ovej
nighaL no It can bo untod
ne,xt morning.
Whethor Painted or not.
EQUAtL.Y 0000 FOR HARDWOOD FL.00RS!
Ajsk us for Itooklet on Troatment of Floora
Manufactured by Dettelt White L.ead Works,
and sold by
Doslors & .Jobbor. Generally
St.ock h 1 1'rs Meeting,
. Stok hulea uof thep Newheorr~ CoL.
'on M ill will u an r, ( onrail hnni '
jsera It NewberrIy, S. . , oun We/dne.
lay, Iht. Gth day of May, 1903:, at i0
a'eloek in the forenaooun, for the0 alect.ion I
>f 1),ueethrn for.the ernuinig year, anid
For lhe traactioun of othear busijness
(;J0:. S. MOW it, Sec ret ar
Newhearry, S. ( ....A >ri.? 196.
We l re Man Unsu1'o.
Preparations
To serve you well this season. Al
ready all our departments are being
brighted by the appearance of love
ly spring materials of the latest 4
styles and colors. We can show you
now the new things in dress goods,
- including
Batistes, Etemines, Voils, Mo
hairs, Crepes. White is very good
particularly Mohair. We have
them, our stock of white cotton
fabricts is excellent--.ask to see
the Madras, Damasks', Oxfords,
Piques, in fact we can supply your
wants in white goods wool or cot-.
ton. We have them all.
Black Silk
is one of our strong departments,
36 inch Taffetas at $1.00, $1.121
$1.25, and upward are all good
values, you can't get better at price.
Also 36 inch Peaude Soir and Peau
de cygne. Many new things in
wash goods, some very beautiful
novelties among them. . Our Do
mestic Department is full and con
tains everything that you may need.
Prints, Percales, Ginghams, Home
spun, Sea Island, Cheviot, Dimities.
ELEGANT new Walking Skirts,
come and make your choice now
before the line is broken.
Come and see us.
C.& S. MOECO.
The Ewart- Pier CoinpaQ,
Newberry S. C.
AN 'INVITA TION!
Mr. Careful Dresser
Yoni are RI espet3 fully
invited to ny cet <-r gallieinwg <.
the
New Spring Styles
M EN'S SUITLS, TJItOUSElts,
ME~N'S FUltNiIHINGS,
M E N'S HIA'1TS, MEMN'S SHOES,
&P., &c
of g.u Entemeni'M appml ( e tver tdhown! in
Newb or ry.
EWART-PIFER CO.,
Main Street.
Matrch thirty-lirst,
Nineteen hlundlred and1( thre'e.
The clothing shown is from
Schloss Bros & Co., Baltimore,
the famous makers of the "Best
Clothi ng- in- the- World."
A ll t h eir g.a r YrtASt aAroARme
m notlts b'.;r th'
l abe l: %,-Mlsl.0rgr
EWART-PIFER CO.,
Main Street,.ebry .c

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