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WIND AND WATER.
Th'le do."ol'tionl and rulin anld suffering
wrought LY ti h flood in Sout h Carolina
in I a' yt few da is something Un
pr,ectdent cd in this 8:. We often
read of these things iml other sections
but never before has such terrible des
trution tbeen wr,ought so neal home.
JuAt : 'A t,i before and even now
w are re1,0 ig of floods in the West and
the dest r1 1ve work of the waters, but
ne e 1 v or ia si.h things occurred
in tis State, when large mills and
railr-o.d bridg \s were just as straws
bef'o:e the 1n1gity rush of the waters.
I; e people liald not recovered from
tht nowz of the in'truction wrought at.
(ainc. villk. inl our sister State by the
winds.
I' 1, in 1his section Were send
ing help to the Gai'svillesufferers and
ev at'iw i A"'n villages of Paco
e . ::, I .a just sent their Con
tribittions. h'lle people of the State
have boon lovd d and a large relief
fu i h -tcn raistd for the suil'erers
In this Slate. It has come quickly and
willingly from i1 all sections. Buti when
we 1ry to rea,ze that more thall .1.000
Plo ae ut of empiloyment with no
hotllt's nti bo lrt-atl and no raliniell it
did not come any to quickly. It may be
somt time before these p-opile find
W0rk ald 1 homes. Ihey must be fed
ati clothed.
Many mills are already running oi
short time and paying wages at half
price weni no work is being lon' in
01nh-r1 (4o kieep their operatives.
These14 Atomls of winld an1d walter may
t exItintd scIentifieally, but We
shIThl re'mber that there is a Provi
d It) wh 1tides u1pon the winds and the
wlts alnl who holds tis as it were in
tht hollow of' his hand, and there are
leasstns in th ls visitations which we
Could lIarl witi prolit. It may be to
illind i fs that lv still is.
W art glat to see the great. sylilpa
thet ilvrt oI f om eopel touched in
the gINtrOUs Itsltmse to (lie apial for
aid and that Newberry has (lone her
JIt ;t wtll antd so willingly. It. will
hIll us all. 11u1t tIhere is no time to
dsptail'. Te peoPle of the stricken
listrits awIll take hope and look for
i to I l lone alindant tomorrow.
''lTert will I' stinshinte after the raii,
:M11 tnilrgy and a prpllPose that has hope
iln the futur will rebuild the waste
l's and the litilm (if the spindles will
agai Ibe heaI'l.
TH1E SUMMi-It SCHOOL..
Sup (r ltr i nt of I.,tucation . S
WVr(s will open his Sumniier. school for
tat-hers ini a few days. It will be in
charge of Prof. '. J. I)errick. Full
tart1-ticulars hav already beenl given inl
oan' Itocal colu ns. We dvsirv now
simply Ito ige upon the teachers the
importiane of making arrangeenits to
at tt-nd tIhe schold. It is for the benle
fit of tilt teachersof Newberry Cotm(y,
alitd they'~ will r'eceivye nione of' the belne
lit ii' t hey absenit t hemselves f'rom I lhe
school. Ilveriy teacher should atteind
thlit St at te1 sillmer school at Rock II ill.
Ill tl his tday thle t eacher' to bie eflicienit
mnuist. keep abreast tof the times, and1( in
totderI t otdo so shou ld lose lit opphor'tuni ty
A\ fttr tilt rainis are over and( thle sun
shineti has r'' teture th f'armers whien
evt'r poissibl te shiouild plaint all the corni
tey tani. The pr'ice of corn'l is bound to
go htighier'. The c'ond(ition tof the cr'op
mi thet west;t is r'eporitedI now at 69 and
ihe gr'aiar'ies and barns art' priactically
etyii . IPlant t'or'l and( sow peas.
Small Cyclone.
C'onsider'ahie damage was done on
Mr . J1. J. Galbinan's place in the lower
part of th coun(tilIty, by the wiind Mon
day a f'ternoon. II is stables were blown
dlownI, andtl t' r'oof of' his barn was lifC
t'd oil. A wagoni whic'h was tund": a
lhed was b luown a distanilce of Ii fty
yards. Rtough food was scatter'ed pr'o
miist'uotusly,b tees were( bilowni down,
and thle ('rop1s weire gr'eatly damaged.
Not a Vagrant.
''Ci'ack," well known in Newberry,
walked upJ to Mayor Earhar'dt yester
day mlornling, andt wvith a serious ex
pr'essiton told1( him that hte ("' Crack,"
Newbterrly to spend three weeks, He
wanted to tell exactly how things stood
so bie would( not lie arrestedl for va
TIhis got's to showy what effect a strict
en forcemnit of the city's ordinances
has pro'tducedl.
MarrIed.
Mr i. J1amies It'. Blouknight and Miss
W. W. Mc'Morries Tuesday night.
News from l:xcelslo'.
G.ar'dens hiave ('ome out wonder fully
sin1ce the rainis.
Mr . C ar'ol Shiealy who has been wor'k
inIg ait Newberi y foi' sonie time is home
sick 'with typhidi( fever'.
We have had some heavy rains in
this section the past week aiid crops
have beeii badly washed. The grain is
in bad conditioin and a good deal of it
will lbe ruined. Very near all the grain
yet stainding has been blown down so
it cant. be half gathered. With one or
two weeks' sunshine the farmers can
make things look better of course.
Our peopile ought not to comipln, how
ever, as we have so fari escaped heavy
winds and( hail storms. We have still
been blessed.
GYMN4SIUV Polk in COLLIGI.
Alumni Association Takes Action - Which
Practically Assures Its 1rec
tion. Tile Officers.
At the annual meeting of the Alumni
Association of Newberry College, held
immediately after the annual addre;s
to the As.;ociation delivered by Mr. John
R. Leavell onl Tuesday morning, steps
were taken which practically assure the
erection of a gymnasium for the college
at an early date.
The Committee, consisting of Dr.
Geo. B. Cromer, and Messrs. Z. F.
Wright, and H. C. Holloway, appointed
at a meeting of the alumni rcsident of
the city held some time ago to take steps
for the erection of a gymnasim, re
ported through their treasurer, Mr.
Holloway, that a canvass had been made
among the alumni and subscriptions
amounting to $824 had been secured.
Of this amount $90 was in hand in cash,
the contribution of the Commercial
Bank. On motion of Prof. W. K.
Sligh the work of the committee was
approved, and the committee was in
structed to continue the prosecution of
the work.
After considerable discussion, on mo
tion of Prof. Sligh, the committee was
authorized and directed to borrow the
sum of $2,000 and to begin the erection
of the gymnasiuim as soon as the sub
stiptiois reach $2,000. Dr. W. G.
HIouseal wias substituted for Dr. Cromer
on the committee, and made chairman.
One-third of the graduation class
subscribed $110 on the spot and Dr. W.
G. louseal subscribed$100.
This action practically assures the
erection of the gymnasium at an early
(late.
The meeting was called to order by
President Arthur Kibler and prayer
was offered by Rev. M. Q. Boland.
The annual election of officers for the
ensuing year resulted as follows:
President, Arthur Kibler.
Vice-President, Dr. W. G. louseal.
Secretary, Jno. B. Setzler.
Treasurer, Prof. W. K. Sligh.
Dr. J. M. Kidler was chosen next coi
mencement orator, and the selection of
an alternate was left to the officers of
the Association.
The committee on revision of consti
tution was continued.
The word "required" which occurs
in the constitution in reference to the
payment of annual dues was changed
to "requested.'"
The Treasurer reported a balance on
hand of $40.25.
Resolutions of respect to the memory
of Charles Lee Wessinger, of the class
of 1902, and the Rev. Geo. A. Riser, of
the class of 1897, were unanimously
adopted by a rising vote.
The meeting then adjourned.
FOR THE SUFFERERS.
The Southern Railway Will Carry Any
thing For their Relief Free.
The Southern Railway will transport
free of charge any foe, clothing or
other commedlity for the benefit of the
flood sufferers.
Goes to Anaderson.
Dra. 1. E. Crimm, the well known Eye
Specialist, wvho has been in Newberry
durainig the past month, Leaves Monday,
June 15 for Prosperity where lie will re
main for four days only, thence to An
derson, where he wvill remain for sev
eral wveeks. Dr. Crimm has made
niany friends in this city during his
stay, both professionally and socially.
Dra. Crimm is undoubtenly an adept
in his p)rofession, and has done untold
good to thousands of people who have
eye troubles. His many grateful let
ter's from our town people, andl from
various parts of the Piedmont section,
which show the writers to be highly
app)reciative of the services he gave
them. The letters speak of him in the
highest terms. If your eyesight is not
good lie is the gentleman to tell what
is wvrong with them and prescribe the
proper~ glasses. He dloes not make any
charge for consultation.
LOOK hERE FOR ir,
It is What the Reader
Has Long Sought.
Pe ,ple wi I read sd vertiremients atbout
cu res ntimd by medic ino. As t hey iead
they wondehr If the st-itemni,ts aire t rue.
If true, was. thle relief temporary or pe r
maniet? Riiead this case about D)oana's
Kidney Pitls:
W. Ii. Clarke, of Bennot L sieet, ac
countant at the hitoch Brtos Tobacco
Works, Wheeling, W. Va , says. "-If
any back achies I know what willeur-u It,
Doa's K idn, y P its. T'hey are the
bust remedy 1 ever camne across lFor
months I w'&s plagued with bickache,
not shar p pains, but a dlt aching all the
th:, e, that mnado inc feel miseraLb'e j
got, maediclno on uditferet ec slonsm
fromn (ototrs, and it seemhed to relieve
tate for the time, but it, was sooni as bad
as over*. Hiearing of D)oan's Kidney
,Pills, I took a course of the treatment.
T he) cured me, anid that curoelias beena
hitsthttg. I wIll corrobor.ate. this in a
t'er-~onal int.ervlewv or ini reply to any
c'omiulntion~~ij,m miailm,d to inc.''
lCor sale by all deialers. Price, 50
et s. I"oster-M ilburn C'o , Hufftalo, N.
., so):e agenlts for' thle U. 8
IttIeember t he namie---DBon's-.-anid
take nto othier
Por saile in Nowherry'3 by WVmt. 10. Pel.
tinm & Son.
Election of Teacher.
A MALE PRINCiPAL, FOR THlE
L.Boundary Street Schcal will be
elected by the Board of Trustees of
Newb rry School District oai June 18th,
1903. Salary $50.00i per month.*
Also one lady teacher at a salary of
$35.0') per month.
A pplheations may La t Iled w;th
F. N. MARTIN,
THE BOARD OP TRUSTE5S.
Prof. Sligh Granted A Year's Vaca
tion-Salaries of Two Proftasors
Increased.
The regular annual meeting of the
BoaRd of Trustees of Newberry College
wkas held during the commencement ex
eielst's.
Prof. W. K. Sfigh was granted a
va,ation during une ,eatr, and the duty
(if choosing a ia i to fill the place was
devolved upon the Standing Commit
tee.
Thesalary of Prof. S. L. Powell, of
the Szience Department, was increased
$100.
The salary of 11of. E. B. Setzler, of
the Department of Modern Languages,
was increased $60.
Other and routine business wastrans
ac'ted.
If You Are the Housekeeper
You will appreciate our suggestion that
you use Bransford's "Clifton" flour. It
makos the best bread, cake and pastry
for home people its well as visitors.
Don't let your prejudice in favor of an
4ther brand prevent your trying it.
H11tyes & icC ,arty.
THE BANK OF PROSPERITY.
r1H1E ANNUAL \ EETING OF THE
1 8tockholders of the Bank of Pros
perity, will be held in the Bank build
ing at Prosperity, S. C., on Tuesday,
July 14, 1903, at 10 o'clock in the fore
noon for the election of Directors for
the ensuing year and for the transac
tion of other business.
J. F. BROWNE,
Cashier.
Teacher Want,d.
r1 HE TRUSTEES OF JALAPA
. School will elect a teacher on the
13th of June. Salary $30. Term eight
months. Board $7 to $9. Will meet at
Jalaua, 5 o'clock p. m. Send applica
tions to truetees.
T. HAYNE CHALMERS,
GEo. C. GLASGOW,
w. ERNEST MERCHANT,
Trustees.
NOTICE.
THE COUNTY BOARD OF EDU
cation will meet Tuesday, July 7.
for the purpose of appointing Trustees
for the various school districts of New
berry County. The Patrons of any
school, who wish to do so, can meet at
any time before that date for the pur
pose of recommending Trustees to the
County Board and should send in to
the County Superintendent the nam es
they wish to suggest as Trustees.
EUG. S. WERTS.
Chairman County Board Education.
Warren White Sulpher Springs.
WATERICK STATION, VIRGINIA.
X. 1). CULLEN & SON, PROPRIETOr.
Variety of mineral waters. Eleva: i
2,100 feet. One mile from station. Four
mails daily. Excellent table. Modern
buildings and equipment. Rates 425
>er month. Special rates to familles.
-V Abc, T'IOl TJ
SUGGESTIONS.
You w .re. forget somiething
unless se mue a rote of what you
want. 'The follow ing list may id - l
von We wouuld lhke t.. show you
the goals, whether you are rearly to
bun or not W.e always consider iti
it a pleasure to show people our
go dis Large assortmients. Prices
to suit everybody
A tomizers.
Bath Brushes.
Bay Rum.
Benzoln Cream.
(For suuhuaru end Targ
Brush Cases.
Camphor Ice. t
Candies.
Cases.
(Manay kind..
Chocolates.
Chewing Gum.
Clothes Brushes.
Cold Cream.
( For dry skin.
Combs.I
Corn Plasters.
Court Plasters.
Curling Irons.
DrInking Cups.
Face Powder.
Florida Water.
Foot Powder.
Hair Brushes.
Headache Powders.4
Infants' Foods.
Ink.
Mirrors.
Mosquito Preventive.
Nail Powder.
Nail Brushes.
Nursery Supplies.
Razors-Razor Straps.
Shaving Soap.
Shaving Brushes.
Sponges-Sponge Bags.
Soap Boxes.
Talcum Powder.
Toilet Soaps.
Toilet Waters.
Tooth Brushes.
Tooth Powder.
Tooth Paste.
Tooth Soap.
Traveling Cases.
Violet Ammonia.
Whisk Brooms.
Witch Hazel.
611.OER & WEEKS,
Particular Pharmacists,
Corner Drumg Store.
NEWBERRY,, S. C.
Who esy.W4.uee 0
ra.dy forl
any omergen
"'Tuanks te 'Force.' I est tt 0
mes day. Folks call me 'Bunny J
Took sa to %h* country with me a
visit mad the formers ou$ thew*
eating 'Iore' now.
"Wu.s. Ru,,.
wa-wn
011818 Of Chfl'Slon:
CHARLESTON, S. C.
118 YEAR BEGINS SEPTEMBER 25.
Letters, Science, Engineering. On(
scholarship to e-ch County of Soutt
,arolina. Entrance examination held
it Newberry by County Superintendeni
)f Education and Judge of Probate or
Fuly 10. Tuition 140. Board and fur
iished room in Dormitory, $10 pei
nonth. All candidates for admissio
tre permitted to compete for Boyle
.chol arship, which pays $100 a year.
For catalogue, address
HA RRISON RANDOLPH,
President.
Fo the PubuC at Large I
Seeing the need of an organiza
tion looking to giving cheap pro
tection in tius county we take
pleasure in recommending to the
peojple as a whole, the Workmen'E
Union Protective Association ol
America, as being the best thing
in the way of sick, accident and
burial benefits, in existence. We
write from the age of 12 to 65.
It costs $2.10 for a policy, and iF
you are sick one week, we pay
you $6 per week; and at the deati
of a member $50 as a burial fund
is paid. Any one wishing protec
tion against sickness or accideni
at cost, can get it by applying to
either Eugene S. Werts, Secre
tary and Treasurer, J. W. Ear
hardt, President, or J. W. Reeder,
County Agent.
Newberry, S. C. March 20, 1903.
This is to certify that I am a member
)f the Newberry Division of the Work
nen's Union Protective Association of
kmerica, and I take pleasure in recom
nending it to those who wish protec
ion in case of sickness or death. I was
ick several days, and upon presenting
ny claim to the Secretary and Treas
arer, was paid promptly the six dollars
>enefit due me. I again heartily recoin
nend the company as an excellent one,
and thoroughly responsible.
Very respectfully,
G. B. Summer.
This is to certify that I am a member
I the Workmen s Union Protective
association of America, and am proud
*f it. I was sick one week and upon
resenting my claim to the Secretary
*nd Treasurer, was paid promptly the
ix dollars benefit due me. I take pleas.
re in recommending the company to
ood people everywhere. It is an ox
ellent sick benent insurance, and wor
hy of the support of everybody.
Very rsetul
BARGIlNS
~or One Week Only
BEGINNINS JUNE 8th
will sell one 25c. box
f Writing Paper and
>ne roll of Dennison
3repe Paper for
30 cents.
)on't miss the oppor
unity.
M AY ES'
BOOK STOR
F~irst announcement of
the New Store.
Q. B. SU MME R.
I have bought the stock of Counts &
)ickert, and I am going to conduct an
'p-to-date grocery bsness In their old
I extend an Invitation to my friends
>f Newberry and the surrounding county
o drop in anad see me. My salesmen,
.P.Addgo and Clarence B. Sligh,
vill be glad to see them.
G. B. SUMMER,
Next door to Mimnaugh'a
jis Damps found Mr.. Dups
'distresed
About an unexpected guest.
"There's nothing in the hese
to eat i
"There! something better far
than meat."
The guest endorsed Jim's view
with vim
When helped to "Force " by
"asay Jim."
rce
m.
ma
an
of
Newberry, S. C.
-anie1. 003.
Capital - - - $50,000
Surplus - - - 19,500
Paid Stockholders
since organization 21,000
Paid Depositors in
Savings depart
ment since or
ganization - - $9.200
A man working by the day is paid
for the time he puts in at work, but
when that tuau saves a dollar for his
day's labor i., works for him nights,
as well as days; never lays tff on ao
coutit of li"d wvether and never gets
sick, bul goes right on earniag him
fill imcuni. 1' at nice tliitjg to work
for money, but it's much nicer to
liatvo money working for )ou Try
it-open a savings account. with us
and got :iiome money working for you.
Make a depisit in tho Savings de.
partment t!.iay aind let it begin to
work for yen. lntorost computed at
4 per cent January 1 and July 1 of
each is or.
TABLETS,
BOX PAPER,
VISITING GARDS
and everything in the
line of STAPLE STA
TIONERY at the
HERALD AND NEWS
O F FIC E.
Tablets from 2 cents
each up.
Beautiful Writing
Papers.
Come and see.
Also a line of nice
Cigars.
Watches, Cloclks;
Silver and Plate Ware,
Cut Glass and Table Ware
SUITABLE FOR
Wedding and Birthday Presents
Key winding Watches
Changed to Stem
Win ders.
Eduard Scholtz,
.Jeweler and Optician.
Stock Certificate,
T HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT
the undersigned has lost his stcek
certinecates Nos. 6 and 61 In the cap)ital
stock of The Newberry Cotton Seed Oil
Mill and Fertilizer Company, and has
made application for dupicate certifl
cates.
D. W. BARRE.
1.0.0. F.
PULASKI LODGE NO. 20.
I at 7 30 o'clock at their hall at the
Gra.ed Sohool building. VIsItors cor
T a HuaJn 'Mn'. UINN, y' 0,
For[Ime~
Treat .u best r
by remerTbering her
during commence.
ment with a box of
Fresh Huyler's as well
as to the vcry superior
and delicious Ice
Creams that ari served
at the Pelham Fount.
All flavors and every.
thing tempting and
heathful Creams, Milk
Shakes and Sodas.
Wim. E. PELI
Prescription
A WORD TO
SUFFI
One always cheats
tunity is wasted. We
an opportunity has be
fail to visit our store ir
and there inspect a ho
goods. Every departi
and patterns correct at
Just received big IC
in beautiful patterns to
lot at 6 1-4c.
Black Mercerized S
something new at $1 ,C
and $2.50.
The prettiest Oxfor,
market at $2.00 pair, '
line cheaper ones.
Full stock Patterns
S. J. WC
We Live From
What we eat, the
PURE, WHOI.E3ME
This argument applies
GROCERY LINE but es]
We offer you Pure, Unadulterated,
for the next 30 days, att
3000 cans 3 lb. Tomnatoes, heai
2000) eau 2 lh. Tomatoes, hea
1500 cans 3 lb. lf'kherries hea
2000 cans 2 lh. B'k be"ries heai
2000 cans 3 ib. R. Peach,es hea
2000 cans 2 lb. S. Peaches hea
1000 cants 3 lb. Str. Beans hea
1000 cans 3 lb. P. Peaches hiea
1000 cans 3 lb. S. A pples hea'
2000 cans 3 lb. ('abba.ge beas
1000 cans 3 lb. Pears hea,
2000 cans 2 lb. Sahnon,tall he:
Every can guaranteet
0. KLE
The Fair and E
SPOT CASH.
THE Wa
THAT
Mineral
STILL *CA
Cures diseases c
neys, Stoma
Endorsed by F
Welcomed I
For sale by ;
ement
Should you get ill re
member that the pur
est medicines are dis
pens-d by us with
great cale and accu
racy. None but.
licenscl pharmacists
prtpar'0 p :-oscriptions;
wo have the experience
and skill that gradua
tion, long service and
hard study affords.
You get what you want
and want , what you
get. We appreciate
your fvors.
iAM & SONJ
Pharmacists.
THE WISE IS
CIENT.
himself when an oppor
therefore declare that
en wasted by all who
i the next thirty days,
use full of seasonable
nent complete. Styles
guaranteed low prices.
t Dimities and Batiste
go at 5c. yd., better
kirts, adjustable waist,
0, $ l.25, $1.50, $2.00
ds and Sandals in the
Nell worth $2.50. Full
for June.
)OTEN.
I whlat we Eat.
refore, should,be
and iho VElRY BE$T.
to every article in the
ecially to CAN GOODS.
the very F"ines.- Qi dit in t he world,
he followjing Im) v 1i
vy wveigh t at ona K o per jcF 'n[
vy wmhtjtit at( uiv 5.- per (' an
vy weight iit on,ly 10 -p'.r Qcan
Vy' woigh t .t oilV Si er ca
vy weight at on 2ly 1:eper (can
vy weigh t at only 100 per canu
vy wVeighti at onlyK 9e per cani
vy weight at (ly De per ca
y') weightI at onl '' ie A per cani
y~ wmight uI onily 4e per e ini
iy weight. at onlIy 15 pe enn ~,i
tvy' weight at only MAe per ; enn
1, or money refuinded.
rTNER,
quare Dealer.
CUEES.
~PRIN6S
Water.
f the Liver, Kid
ch and Skin.
hyiin and
)y Patients.
Il Druggists.

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