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A 1. wh
* iZ t i\a\' o-'\ nard,o
t t th nied
T* -adaStndrdhdscssn he
by H. Tlma' -ttres, saysi
A great many of our people believc
t hat J . Hi. Tilman should sufTer for what
he has dtone, whih. some think not th<
formevr sentinment be*inrg t he stronger,
we believe. 'int there is enogh on the
other side to make a marked .:'d un.
pleasant division among our people.
and, we hope the t rial will not comec here.
the attorneys on either side of thil
case want the cont inuted good will o:
the best class of our county's citizen
ship. let them carry this unpleasan'
Lase' somei&where else.
The Standard takes the wrong vie\~v
W\herever the ease is tied. sent imen
should play no part, unless it be tha
healthy sentiment which ought to marl
the trial of every main, great or small
that sentiment t hat demanids that stric
ju tst ice shall prevail. We' hatve niot diW
cussed the.. merits of t he case, nor do w
int end to do so. I .et it go to thecouirts
andI let julstice be (lone. That is th
inost andl the least that can be asked.
A rule by the hoard of health requi1
ing the hydrants flushed twice a wee
is all very well but will do very litt
goodl uniless thle ruile is observed and ti
flushing (lone actcordling to the rul
Tlhe p)ublic health is a very importalu
matt4er but at times it seems to us th;
very lit.tle regardl is paidl to it b)y tho
w.hto should be most concerned'at't.
Letter to M. A Carlisle.
D)ear Sir: You ask hiow~ many squa
feet a gallon will cover. D)epends
condtitioni of builing.
There is a great decal of lying on t Ii
point The stock claim of lying paints
:300 square' feet, two coats. It's a Ii
as a rule.
D)evoe covers :300 to 500, our agen
think. We thinik 300 too low and 5ii
tot) high; though doubtless, they boi
I lowv timehl the other plaints cover
equtally dotubt futl: we' guess' 100 to 4100.
P'he truth is found in another compa
isonl. D)evoe is all patint, true pain
strong .lpainlt, and full-measure; tI
others mn general are, at the bea', dIi
u:ted, atdulterated and short-measur
They cover according to body andI men
ur'e. You can'It pit with elay, lim
chalk, sandl, harytes, water or air--r
body in t hem. Go by D)evoe. Yours trum
1" W. n)~ow. & Co
After the NMI Raln Parnes Resutm
Work - -oey Whirm Xwch for
Tht~ Oisspondnt Ksonal.
l'rosperit. 1411,,hm 11. '\il"14-1
1 wvo woeks of rakinl aMM Wel Woalher. e
farmerS have smI d w k. Of con e
some thinlg.s abuNh 'i oksn
wlhati urging, but we seh1i1
fo fe eks o' favorabe wb ,he,
and with his rops t r1NI y 14 ssum gn41t :4
M r. I . wer. and Mo N'z Avid. M
1owers have gone to \Whit Stne
i hia s isis 111 \Vlllla wiU attend
the session of I iteSta te UAlhet a'Iw ,
MIsses Agnes and t'une inmer of
Nwber. Miss RN Dwkeie o. Attan
ta, and1 .tisS Mary HiAt'net ot 0'hett
haive been here . isimg Mis :\nnie
Nis. F. F. S1n er and chlidIen
are on1 an e lended visit to her alents
a t'ape1 s.
.\l: .io S. lbarre ha:s meset ct hia
fann-fly upstairs over the ll:-man ston
M\I. a id Mirs;. F. R11 111u tet hla%o, b1)
litre this week visitinig ren vs
IM iss M amie , orda. of W innsIn'.
h- ~io'ay Miss Annie I wlle \sW
Nit. N1ari.n llavird. of S e i
S IsnIhg Ict tve-z inl twurl kt\.
.\Mrs. .lohn .ong. sister of Cap . 11
Poozer. is here \isiting her brothe
lion. A F. 1.ever stopp\i o e
Oln his wa hoie from at t eIn
conleni.cemetit at New'.'.Te) Cc~~'
AIli-s. F. . Luther and ch
visiting t he family of Dr. R L
Mr. McWiVater. of Atlantai.
friends and relatives here.
it is piolvvble that the
sion has been postpoied ::
second week m ,Auly.
The wialls of R. 1. S
6r iek store are risinz f -
foundat ions. This nuke
of brick houses,. w:th
Dr. R. I.. .u ther I.r.7K 1.k:
Mr. Kenncth Baker o \.- -- -
is something attractive aP:
of buildiniz. As the w
and brick is laid. there -s k
on-iokers,. shifting and r..
is :rue but still the crowd.
The question has been as.c
cussed whether Prosperity .s
-oninercially and indust .. -
opinions differ. But. soc*1a..,
can be no question that Prospt
a boim. To an old fogy. the
word is i such a whirl that his he.s
grows diz7y trying to contemplate wha
s tAking place. And this is why thi:
crr-spo-ndent has not given more of t hq
happenngs. The wheel simp.
too. rustves for this schoo
- e rdNiet-ed an election iha
bc- 1,pie's appetitte fori a n*u
-.- .t.g. n.r rather the a Iti
:.:c:r. Th. i:s tr:et
-- e : c're tna:-n a v. .
RECORD OF THE ?AS[
No Stronger ividence can
M Msr :
- -rof W. ch-- ."- s
A-hat;'.-r i th vutl . f- i i
arlik bo f ). - i
i n ,e rii i e i- et in .: \4 at i i .-\v I
in)~ru <i-t-> , f : ie '.4 Lik a 1( hO, .r.-- of t
-ttll'. l\ I. ' ' 'il t a I f s 'i e
ne-yth 1S'Arey.4ir- :at S.Ii to:ie
ch- che e he -nth.en-a, >bi. n
mendle d11( 'Fei rno dyVtf m - a lMv
nevA hUiiAIrd of ( h 'ddnotedort-a
For .-a V b. eta lesh r.-. i n n:
Y..sh - a rt. nS.fI,.tJo l''.
it ' no ' nhIN M'NiE'adacr
Aor aline oeher b: wmiz l'. P,e
h gam &t Son..Iiis
(4 - 'UTAiflED at S. 1U. ,one
pa and FavingaExtrac
I is A t S. . Jo nes.
Ca.lifn iao Alizspickes,
Prgusna S .es'.
[3,1E, ac,and R asins
Aodiets at B 1. Jones'.
o"Nevenl oonvNI at Now o'harel
vnda. 00spito the "ImIll qniwa, tho
%w4\Asi(Nw ph'a'Ant and jw tabl.
An etertaining addvens wA* dOIvNN
b 1rf 1t . M Hemv and Mhv. 14 W.
- if I '1 \ :l al n intolit'st inp pap -,
" ;ow to Tr:Ainli') b 411 n1m." - n 0 1,om.
0 n -w lIen -m0n W . .ch<d iy
l'eiigNIiolr John 0 \\W lo
Mi", \'Ninn \\ag .) h .'hv been
vol.\ sio), i" wimnll inmpro0li
ait. ",tN e S: Igh a d I 'I t I,. s N ior . s
\ ' nirer' S.1 i Iv' i \ 1,.Q l t
Th \om.AnI's 'hrl. i n T mp4 1 '10110A.. 4"
4 :s. met" t h : ho stn I a\ Vol) I w;,,
i s, h 1 e ,ll ' qnn i h it
(---d Musil w .h t i i hyl Mr.
o iz, and Mr Herhe I oi r
irN%i II any0 S0Vt1 a:% e 1t14 t.
1\)lhN Io a id It, org t:I I t 1to 01 11'nir
rapid ly .
(1\))% kt r o g } - I e.o :, 1 lu it, , 'Iv
grass wit h :k wdl.
M r. \\ilhie 1.0111 WIll It t -Ilr n
I ss N111t , I I , I 4 .i I le 1% \I
EVERY POUND CONTAINS
Oaolong 4. oz.
~Gu npowdelr 6OZ.'
4 Particular Pharmlacists,
4 (;Coriir Drug 8tOrc,
9 Newberry, S. C.
From Baby Up
all like Ilee iCran. It'st a reat t
most peopl.e a Sunay dish. lInvei
every (day mn the wecek if you Iik, an
twie eonl Sundays~ if youi use a1
Freezer ,One Motion)
It is very easy to keep clean. Crear
can make no Iodgment on dashet
Serapers are not attached to arms bi
iron elamps which allow cream to soa
inl btweenl wood and iron and becomt
putrid and sour. D)asher is thoroughi
cleaned simnply by scalding.
Bev Big and 14tth.
My litt lt woi was iery slok an
tkot take aI ritthilnent, I avt a 1
of 'rot and ro him I on it, ald til
to a he Is thrivitug, I will nowv pit
sido any W.y of his age, am hiNs I
healthy. All I feed him on Is * Force
"Mits. J. Litm.ir Kv
Co1lege of Clarlestol
CHARLESTON, S. C.
118 YliARt iliGINS SH1iPTMlibl 25.
Letterts, Sci'cile, Enllgineeriig. One
S,-holarship to each County of South
Caroiina. Entrinct exainat.ion held
at Newberry by County SN perit vndent
of Etducation and .ludge of Probate on
July 10. Tuition $.40. 11oard and fur
nished room in Dormitory, I rt
month. All candidates for a1mission
av permitted to compete for Boyle
Scholarship. which pays $100 a year.
For eatalogue. address
To the Public at Large!
Seenng the need of an organiza
tion Iooking to giving cheap pro
te-ion in this county. we take
pleasure in reconunending to tile
1Nple as a whole. the Workmen',
Uni.n Prtective Association oi
America. as being the best 0hing
in the wty of sick. accident ant
Ourial bieeits. inexistenee. We
write from the ago of 12 to 65.
It costs $2.10 for a policy. and if
you are sick one week. we pay
You $6 per week: andat thedeath
of a member k-50 as a- burial fund
is paid. Any one wishing protec
tion against sickness or accident
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,
Newberry, S. C., March 20, 1903.
This is to certify that I am a member
of the Newberry bivision of the Work
men's Union Protective Association of
America, and I take pleasure in recom
mending it to those who wish protec
tion in case of sickness or death. I was
sick several days, and upon presenting
my claim to the Secretary and Treas
urer, was paid prompltly the six dollars
benefit due me. I again heartily recom
mend the company as an exceflent one,
and thoroughly resp)onsible.
G. B. Summer.
This is to certify that 1 am a member
of the Workmen's Union Protect ive
Association of America. and am p)rouid
of it. I was sick one week and upon
presenting my claim to the Secretary
and Treasur-er, was p)aidl promptly the
six dollars benefit due me. I take pleas
ure in recommending the company to
good people everywhere. It is an ex
cellent sick benefit insuranlce, and wor
thy' of the support of everybody.
E. E. tickert.
of all kinds at $1.00
$1.00 to $1.50 per
Carbon Paper, 5e per
We will be glad tc
have you call on us
when in need of any oi
the above goods.
First announcement o
the New Store.
0. B. SUM ME R
I haive bought the stock of Counts
D)ickert, andl I am going to conduct a
'up-to-date grocery business in their ol
I extendl an invttation to my fr-iend
of Newberry and the surrounding count
e odrpi and see mec. My salesmer
J. P. Aldlridge and Clarence B. Sligt
will be glad to see them.
G. B. SUM MER,
Next dooe tn Mimnnmgh's.
TRis s o k itsWe \ Jin\
NOTICE of ELECTION
In School District No.
19, Newberry Coun
ty, South Carolina.
IS IlRRI-'BY GIVEN
N r111thalla elvectionl 'will bo! held onl
T;Kuesday, ,. 7h, 1903, inl tLi( mample
room adjoinin nilk of Prosprity, in
the Towin of Pr*osperity, School )istrict
No. 19, CouI ty of Newberry, State of
South Car-olinla, for t he pulrposm of decid
ing whether or not, holids of' maid School
District, shl to issued to the amnlounlt of
Five 'lhosanild Dollars for the purpose
of crecting, building and equip ping a
ilblic schlool houim, to be located-3 inl the
'own l' Prosperity I, anld puThasing ia
lot t herefor; said 1onld.; to be pay able in
tWeitY yealrs flrom1 their date and to
bear interest at a rate not. toexceed-six
per cent. per annum.
At the same time and place there
shall be elected an Advisory Board of
said Trustee,. who shall serve iin the
event of the bonds being voted. consist
ing of three freeholklersof said District,
who shall have equal power with saitd
- Trustees. and shall serve as an Advisory
1oard until the funds shall have beel
On the day of such election the poll,
will be opened at eight o'clock A.M. and
closed at four o'clock P. Ml., and all
qualified electors of said School District
will be eititlud to vote at such elce
The following named persons are
.hereby appointed managers to conduct
said election: 0. P. Harris, Mark B.
Bedenbaugh, 0. L. Schumpert, Jr.
C. T. WYCHE, Chairman.
). M. LANGFORD.
1. B. SCHUMPERT, Secretary,
Board Trustees School District No. 19.
BOARD OF T 1USTEFS
*1H ER EAS: A PETITION SIGNED
bYy more than one-third of the
resident freeholders of School District
No. 19, County of Newberry, State of
South Carolina, has this day been filed
with the School Trustees of said Dis
trict, praying that an election he held
tdedethe question of issuing bonds
for school p)urposes to the amount of
Five Thotusand Dollars on the terms and
conditions p)rovided for by an Act of the
General Assembly of the State of South
Carolina, approved on the 26th day of
February, 1902, and as :uneilh I L:, an
Act approved the 20tn day of Februry,
1903; Therefore, be it resolved;
FIRST. T'hat an election be held on
Tuesday, the 7th (lay of Juliy, 1903, in
the Town of Prosperity, in School Dis
tric t No. 19, County of Net. berry, State
of South Carolina, for the p)urpose of
deciding the question whether bonds
shall be issued to the amount of Five
Thousand D)ollars for school p)urposes;
said bonds to be p)ayable in twenty years
from dlate, at a rate of interest not to
exceed six per cent. per annum.
SECOND. On the day of said elec
tion, the polls shall be opened at eight
o'clock A. M. and closed at four o'clock
THIRID. All qualified electorsof said
School IDistrict sh all be entitled to vote
at saidl election.
FOU.RTlll. The form of ballot to be
used at saidl election shall be as fol
School D)istrict, No. 19,
New berry (County, South arolina.
Shall bonds to the amount of Five
Thousand D)ollars be issued for school
purp)oses; saidl bonds payable in twventy
years f rom (late at a rate of interest not
t.o exceed six per cent. per annum?
School D)istrict, No. 19,
Newber:y County, South Carolina.
Shall bonds to the amount of Fiv(
Thouisand Dollars be issued for schoo
purposes; said bonds payable in twent)
years from (late at a rate of interesi
not to exceed six per cent. per annum
FIFTH. The following named per
sons are hereby appointedl managers o:
said election: 0. P. H arris, Mark B
IBedenbaugh, O. L . Schumnpert, Jr.
S[XTfI I. At the same time and*c plac<
there shahl be elected an Advisor'
lBo..rd of sai TIruistees, who shall servi
in ' ie event of the bonds b)eing voted
-consisti. : of three f'reeholders of sait
Di t rict. u ho shall have eclual power;
wvit bsaid Trustees, and shall serve as ai
Ads~ isory Hoard until the funds shal
Ihav. beeni exhausted.
I C. 'T. WYCHIE, Chairman.
D). M. L4ANGFORD).
H. B. 80HTT UMPIENT, Secretary,
FBouird Trustees School D)istrict No. 19
P;ospeity, S. C., June 15, 1903.
I l) UNTJY BOARD OF EDUI
cation will meet Ttuesday, Jtuly '1
ai for lhe purposo of app)ointinlg Trustee
rI for the various school (districts of New
berry Co.!:ty. The P'atrons of an,
s sche >l, wvho wvish to (10 so, can meet a
y any time biefore that date for the pur
,Post oif recommending Trustees to th
,Couti.ty Board andl should sendl in t<
the C'ounty Superintendent the name
they wvien to suggest as'lTrustees.
EUG(. S. WElRTS,
Chairman Contny nBo.rd Edtna,,o
kithtffi,4 WI li( t lh% k. I 1 0
rovoo-, All 0 6- hoil" a t w1.
Wm. E. PELI
A WORD TO
One always cheats
tunity is wasted. We
an opportunity has be
fail to visit our store it
and there inspect a ho
goods. Every depart
and patterns correct al
Just received big 1t
in beautiful patterns t(
lot at 6 1 -4c.
Black Mercerized S
something new at $1,(
The prettiest Oxfor
market at $2.00 pair,
line cheaper ones.
Full stock Patterns
S. J. W(
We Live Fron
What we eat, th<
PURE, WHOL.E) ME
This argument applies
GROCERY LINE but es
W )fer you Pure, Unadulterated,
for the next 30 days, at
3000) enns 3 lb. Tomatoes, he:
2000 cans 2 11b Tomatoes, he:
1500 cans 3 lb. b'hhbarries her
2000 cans 2 lb. B'kbe.ies br.
2000 canis 2 lb. S. Peachles bei
l000 cans 3 lb. Str. Beans htet
1000 canis 3 lb. P. Peaicheshei
1000 cans 3 lb. S. Apples he&i
2000 cans 3 lb. (Cabbage heca
1000 canis 3 lb. Pears hee
2000 cans 2 lb. Sabuion,tall he
Every can guarantee
The Fair and
STILL * Ci
For sale by
O ult %% wit I i I It I W t
1AM & SON,
THE WISE IS
himself when an oppor
therefore declare that
en wasted by all who
i the next thirty days,
use full of seasonable
rnent complete. Styles
: guaranteed low prices.
>t Dimities and Batiste
) go at Sc. yd., better
Okirts, adjustable waist,
)0, $1.25, $ .50, $2.00
ds and Sandals in the
well worth $2.50. Full
I what w Eat.
arefore, should be
and [he VE8Y BEST.
to every article in the
pecially to CAN GOODS.
t he v'ery Fins Qu ihty in Ihe world,
tefollo wing Low Pries
~I~vy weight a l y per enn.~ ~iI
ivy wight'J at only 5)C per canI
tr'y we(ight at onl 0 t) p er (can
tvy w eight.d a ly 3i Acp~e an
tvy weight ai on vly 2Ac per can
Wv\ wehrzht at onl I) Ie per (ban
i.vy weight at only~ 9e per cani
tvy weight at onl 9 e per can)
,vy weight at onily Ske per can
vy~ weight)f at only 4c per' (can
,vy weight at only 15e perI c'al
ravy wveight, at onlyI 8Ae per (canl
d, or money refunded.
of the Liver, Kid
ich and Skin.