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biarbec'ue about A ugru. s r ,.._
to g.o toa repairingy t he pa'" raqn
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given in the' ha!! at t- vn ,sn
Misses Mattie andl Minii- W g.n.
and their brother Paul, w.ho have b'ern
visiting in West Enhd, returned ona
Saturday to their home' ina Laurenas.
Mr. A. 11. Brown, who has been aw.ay
for some time, has returned to. West
Mr. WVilI Rhoden, of Laurens, is
visiting in West Endl.
The pienic for the children of West
End at Ebenezer on last Thursday wats
probably one of the largest picnics ever
held1( in Newberry county. The attendl(
ance was (estimnated at about 500.
J. JR. H.
To The Citizens of No. 5.
A meeting of the citizens of Town
ship No. 5 is hereby called, to be held at
Jalap~a on~ Saturday afternoon, the 11th,
for the* purpose of organizing a town
ship good roadsx associat.ion for said
WV. (C. Sligh,
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aLeniifrteUn- m te(h'. ,ia auhm
S :c Certifica0:1;\twt'e'."
riilI S pdt GIE NOICEt11 T: .T
Lteneigned a los;" Rt his1 sto.
-erifcae,N. 211in thm- capital 1stock
ofaTh Newe Cotton Seed Oil Mil
ani IriizrCr Gpar, WR.d hti made
W- . Ht.an SIll n:R
Gremine, Juy ,-or thennth of
Jvftht0x^tabulary fomv\ underChlef
J C Hall, mae the best rcri that has
er t*eeN mie in the Gmeville divis
wsn which %n%riLes also the omtils
of Iamtmm., Newberry, Sada a,
W4"g*4I, As a Tvult the sale of en
t%*abar#tdiqwr in thwenville, has been
whaw\ to the minimum, the iicit work
t,w b#in tital aimst exchisivey
tv the r*vs- aoi hor clas of white
t4- vs giv%n a detaikl report of
Ihe avk of stabhas in the GIetwilit
diviskm drSig Jule: Seimt 164 galkns
of Nior and 45 t.t t wes of t mer, cotwie
txns .1 tines inqs- xxi days imposed
M. :umNr of casvs docketux for the
'hlgh),r 0,\MIT 7,
T'tx *smve of five galkms of liquor is
'br h) by \ntawe "angston, of
lauins O\Amiy. In Newberry, Saluida
and VUiied .-ntNs;, where \wsa
9es .1 R FiAi and T. 1. )Nrry opey
stt< 1 g-as of liquor werv seisted,
,nc aw beketed fx-r the higherCk\irt,
one nur N,ne befoiv the Newerry
m.yor asi fined $1. whih was paid
News an C'.omier.
Mirr m MNdoln, Trc.Atmnt Rec.
iart Zy ot . navm-t i.' cure when 11
Ily e p:mp:e-s. spots on lt ski,.
e -.t v%uf, tus atchee, fatlir.c hair,
t .sk r. ront- pain., rheuimatiim,
mblurrt to%tizkC tw,eed:ng, festering
vcr-oe'f 41 i%, *k,% N- and v,alcis, ner
an ba-r' Lon 'It 1a t-t%Ni poickNn. 6el
r i. Sa , R. . 1 $1. A
?u San's cuarar;tood to care the
v'.o- can~t 90 . at na sto I' re'at
iI.C' i : P. 8 8 ser. free anrepi
f ine 1. tzloMl 11&im k' 'N Aana
e Ir.s u. h :be ani free mdc.io'Ia
and~ s:-r~ r'dr:h rheal every sore,
.i.-. ,i.. . s. a.hIm " 'nd'i p R.n . 1. *R. P
.n jnr-. t ir, " :ce!rtme.
Of the Condition of The
Savings Bank. of New
berry., S. C., at the Close
of Business June 30th,
1903. Pub ished in Con
fornit. with an Act of
the General Assembly.
-' Tez u.n
R6-nf: w:-u-11 k N
Dt iTa-1-210-.-t Ilk - a.
IlLukt-. _1 L
TAL E viTS9 :: i
VltISiTatIN CAR iti:EN.rtS t'
P '. E, e~~Erv
Tare rorg nr' mn t.is
fiars.-a tevig 2H tagtcs
Managk iiei' r .WJatedn.E
Censeny aoning~ trriory forrwe\\
End ecaorl nwn oe of cher
fpinanci tanding.OFMT S'd,0 AtraighM
aLar achoo wil eect pa teachr Mond
o' cck diec from npadtrterEx
nent. Appliaren fom acher, maa
.A. Shool ill lect teahr, andC
J. A. WLONG,
I ha 8.
. M WERT A,
Prlei, S. C.
SCOTTS LUILCN M v,: ,,s a
betdge ta cury the v, a'%ned and
StarvMd systQe alop Amil it can 1ind
Im sulpp"t In ordinary fo%.
SeOW tot tre %afpv.
V I'T I th' N , .
. !Jt at J$%.,m all rc t
)ST. Oine pair rimltsq eyeglaAsoe4
moutnted, allgkieaiat cht
Re-wanxi it eftat lNAniea' ,Jeweh-y
W ANTRI). --Every housekeper in
Newlrry to try Vorbins Grand
vurs Flomr. he bmt otm the market.
S1d by Davnport & :wentaugh.
*;t\A.,, for kale. Aply To T
C. P'A. 111111O.
. 0RNING Glory CotTees are the
lx-Lb,st.. ivaenport & 0,avenaigh
are the sole agents forlthis city.
und .l. C. C.Agle has founda bunch
okys. which can Iw senred by
owner by calling at this otic' and pay'
ilig for notie,.
1kN)R RK,NT. 11ouse on college
Strwt.. Apply to Mary E. Lake. 4t
1'le'TACI.Fz A N1DEYRLA.;
D our r : actio and born. at
nlehtF 1,i t-a th, be..t tri-il e e ior*
fi i.ine Ipat, ,m Pn .yvg ..kid
C'an tit tht.m' kst di 'alt eyp" w..' t
p"op.r clse I tnave titi<oi ela'
Mr re to't :wt'p't in the' emit .r3
0Xn tit v''n 1 use only the Ntat erade
Crysta1,nk erA ;Z Com a. , C,e
a 1is! and t onvi1neodi. Stri ' 0: e
price to all. GUY DANIV'LS,
jeveht r an,' oplitil.
n< kIs atill e,-mpll n(h
t- tA a.; e, r :M as o r
anad hats before buxing
The r WIiikry Cffodiy,
Notice of Drawing Jury,
I'i HEIREY t'iE
o ' : , . .zt t e o
Pt**- - 1V=L 1hC, A eruj o
our:~ ~ cv _t z ,tvTrN
Et~e te Posy Holders.
- 4.. -lt A - * - ' H
y -t x:/*[.-:1- ar.d C:>ze at
a4t.t, l's 'rtt.e,r at
t$ a- , ex. Ia.''. I t da o
A~? ;..p :/. '-dr.. rn ca 'r i ,
'A (i o.I. C h.airrnarn,
M.r:A-r. o f Courty P/-s'ard of Control
1' Ne?A-rry County.
He/n7 C , July 6.. i'p3
Notice of Corporators,
TOTricH iS is fEkIRIRV GIVEN
A.~ that the~ undtersignjed will, onl the
ith day of July sys.3, f6le with the See
retary ofi State, a ulieclar?'.ion and petition
praying that a certificate of incorp>oration
>e a.'uedl to '1 he Calvary P'rea >iyterian
Ch urch (c:oloredlh o,f Newberry, South
Carolia, with all the righits, powers.
puivilages and inmmunities, and suabject
to all the limnitations and liabilitiei conl.
ferred by an Act of the G;eneral Asse:i,l'y
of Soulth Carolina entitled: ''An atct to
I'ravide for the Incorporation of Reli
gioius, Educational, Social, Frtra or
c haritable Churchea., I,odges, Societies,
or Companica. anad for amiending the
Charter. of thoac already formtedl awlt to
lbe formed,"' approvedl February 19, A.
I) tryxa, and3( other pirovisions of! aw.
CI IARL4S IF. lIIECIIEJR,
N4ewber ry, S. C , July 6, 1I>.3.
Al,i, iAIJULING OF" SAND lLM
AScott's Creek must be stopped at
JNO. . SCIUPoi'o',
CUREDPROMPTLY and no bad of
Co11me of Charlesion,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
118 YBIAR BEGINS SEPTBMBIR 25.
lA)tters-. Science, Engineerin , One
Schoh-ship to each ounty o South
Caolina. Entrance exalmiation held
at. Newberry by County Superintendent
of uueation and Judge of Probate on
July 40. Tuition $40. Hoard and fur
nished room in Dormitory, 10 per
month. All en-aididates for admission
arAXI K1itted to compete for Boyle
scholarship, which pays $100 a year.
For entalogue, addrs
H SON R AND01P,1i
Knights of Pythias,
N ewh~rry I.ode N*. :7.
S TATEl) CONVENTIONS OF TUIS
U lgodg will be held on the 2nd and
4th Tuesd ay nigts of each month at,
S.00. Visiting KnAg'ts cordially wel
comed. THOb. E. EPTING,.
K. of R. and S.
Crotwell Hotel Building.
J UST ARRIVED at S. B. Jones'
Fresh Nabisco, Athena, Cham
pagne and Festino Wafers.
F1ULL LINE of Canned Meats
i Canned Vegetables and Canned
Fish at S. B. Jones'.
61PIN MONEY" and a complete
line of Heinz's Pickles in
glass at S. B. Jones'.
LIVES, Sauces, and all kinds of
0 mCondiments at S. B. Jones'.
and Flavoring Extracts
At S. B. Jones'.
At S. B. Jones'.
HE TRUSTEES OF ST. PHILIPS
. chool. No. 11 township, school
district No. "2, will meet at the school
hoause July 17th. at 3 o'clock for the
purpose of electing a teacher for said
s.chco. Application may be filed on or
r.efore said~ date with any one of the
D. A. RUFF.
R. C. SLIGH.
APPLICATIONS FOR THE P'OSI-.
. tion of teacher of Union school,
distr-ict No. 32. will be received by any
of the undersigned on or before July
25. Salary $30j.00 Tper month.
L. I. FEAGLE,
K INA RDIEPPS,
Slighs, S.. C.
HESPERVISOI?S OF NEW
ber and Fairfirid Counties will
rr.eet at Ashford's Ferry on Friday,
.July 17th, at 11 o'clock a. in., to let
Contrac!t to take cable out of river and
jJNO. M. SCHUMP~ERT,
Supervis~or Newberry County.
r~ NHE C;REDITORtS OF JOHIN E.
..Pat ton, deceas3ed, are hereby re
qjuired to render andi establish their de
mranchk before me on or before July 20,
H. HI. IKARD,
Ma.ster for Newberry County.
Ne wlberry, S. C.
We would like to ask, through the
columns of your papier, if there is any
>esnwho has used Green's August
r'lower for the cure of Indigestion,
I)ysp>epsia, and Liver Troubles that has
not >een cured--and we also mean their
results, such as sour stomach, fermen
tation of food, habitual costiveness,
nervous dyspepsia, headaches, despon
dent feelings, sleeplessness-in fact,
any trouble connected with the stom
ach i or liver? Tihis medicine has been
sold for many years in all civilized coun
tries, and we wish to correspond with
you and send you one of our books free
of cost. Jf you never tried August
Fliower, try a 25 cent bottle first. We
have never known of its failing. If so,
something more seriious is the matter
with you. The 25 cent size has just
been irntroduced this year. Regular
size 75 cents. J"or sale by W. E. PeI
ham & Son.
By authority of the floard of Trustees
of Clemson College, local Institutes
will be( held in such counties as sendl re
qjuests, signed by fifteen farmers, be
Fore the fifteenth of .June, to J. S.
Newman, D)irector of Farmers Insti
tutes, Cleuimson (College, S. C. The i.
titioners will name the places at which
Institutes are (IesiredI and the dates will
be arranged by the college authorites.
The Stiate Institute will lbe held at
Cle mson Col lege commencing Monday
evening August 10th ad closing Friday
nvnning Auust 1Ath
Hot Weather Goods
Now at COpe'*IaI
Just received in Past few days in Dr<
things, in fact our stock is Very large and 4
tier styles and better values cannot be sho,
and we will match or beat any prices name
Don't buy your Summer Dress until yor
Swiss, Persian Lawns, French Lawns, Ory
that we are showing-Extremely Low Pric<
One big lot Colored Lawns to go at 5c. a
One big lot Colored Lawns, Organdies an
One bik lot Lawns, Or andies, atiste a
A beautiful line of White Organdies, all V
and 50e a yard, American and imported.
Lovely Silk Mitts and Gloves, in long, sh
Beautiful Fans, pretty Laces, Embro.ider
The Shoe HouSE
Ladies' Shoes Oxford and Stra San- IV
dais from 500. a pair to $3.50. All
styles and best makes.
One whole side of our store and under T
tables and on counters packed with
CLOTHINC FOR N
An immense line of nice Nem
Suits for men for $5.00, $.60, $7.50, St
$9.00, $10.00, $12.00 and 16.00.
Better clothing can't be bought for the B4
price we name in any market.
HATS! HATS!! HATS
A grand display of
The Latest Styles, Price
From 25c. I
The biggest display of SHIRTS and Men
this market-All new and latest styles --an
Come to see us for anything to wear for
We know we can and will save you some in
Cannot speak; otherwise
it would tell its own story,:
and were its organ of I
speech as pronounced as:
its one quality RELIABIL-!
ITY, no need of these re
marks. We do not claim
that it will cure Mumps,I
Consumption, or grow hair
on bald heads, and in fact
we do not advise mothers
using it for Soothing Syrup
but we do claim that there
is nothing better on the
market for Pain in the it
Stomach, Colic, Cholera
Morbus, Diarrhoea and p
PRICE 15c and 25c a
A BOTTLE. t
Proposals for Furnishing Wood
for the State Capitol. I
IDSWIL BERECEIVED BY
-3 the undersigned, until July 15th, e
1903, for supplying 300 cords of wood
for heating the South Carolina State
ly s~tgt split pine wvood in 4-ft.
prehrwlred accepted; long leaf pine
Wood must be delivered at the Statej
Capitol on or before October 1st, but
the successful bidder will be permitted
to deliver it at any' time after the ae
Wood must be corded by the bidder
in the storage rooms under the buildingI
and measured after being so placed.
The right is reserved in this proposal,
and wvill be reserved in any contract
made under it, to reject any wvood
which in the judgment by the under
signed is of an inferior quality. Bids
must be sealed and marked "Proposals
for furnishing wood for the State Capi-1
tol," and addressed to the undersigned.
J. T. GANTT,
Secretary of State.
Columbia, S. C'., June 27, 1903.
BOEO fO'R it,
Evntedglkefc ra n
besfr t us shi itrs n
isea opul r an ntitu desr.I V
is easily made at home in an
Peerless Iceland -Freezer.
(ONE MOTION,) *l
You can have it as often as you wish.
The children can freeze it themselves.
Trhere are no cogs or can top to catch
the fingers or get out of order every 2
t h freezer is opened. Three'
aM Low Price
ss Goods and Silks, some of the now
.omplete in this department. Pret
Arn you by any honse in Newberry
d, no matter from what source.
i have seen the beautiful lines
kndies, Chiffons, Silk Mousseline, e
3s on all,
yard worth 8 1-3c.
dlimities at 8 1-3c., worth 12 1-2.
,t loc a yard, worth 15c.
iidths, -at loc, 121c, 16c, 20c - 26c, 8
ort and medium lengths.
y and Ribbons.
[en's Shoes and Oxfords, Patent
Colts, Vici and Velours from 75c. to
0he bes. $2.00, $2.50 $3.00 and $3.50
Shoes on earth. Every pair guaran
IEN AND BOYS.
Clothing, nobby styles.
tits for Boys for $1.00, $1.25, $1
$2.00, $2.50 and $3.00.
tter suits can't be made for t
I!! for everybody.
3traw and Felt Hat
5 to Suit Every One.
's Furnishing Goods ever shown in
d prices can't be beat.
Ladies, Men and Children this spring
o the Public at LargeI
Seeing the need of an organiza
tion looking to giving cheap pro
tection in this county we take
pleasure in recommending to the
people ris a whole, the Workmen's
Union Protective Association of
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 66.
It costs $2.10 for a policy, and if
you are sick one week, we pay
you $6 per week; and at the death
of a member $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,
o the Secretary and Treasurer of the
Workmen's Union Protective Asso
ciation of America:
I certainly appreciate the promptness
you paying my husband, Thomas H.
.eeves, sick benefit and burialfnnds.
I can heartily recommend the com
any to one and all who want protec
on at cost. My husband had only paid
hiirty-five cents (35c) into the treasury
fter receiving his policy, and the com
any has fulfilled its promise to a let
ar. I think every man, woman and
hild in the county, that is twelve years
Id, ought to have a policyin the Work
ei's Union Proteetive Association of
Lmerica. First why, because it is a
ome company ; second - the money is
11 kept right at home; third-youget i
t cost; fourth-the association is do
ig wvhat God has taught us to do, help
ne another; and there is no better way
> obey the commrnd of the Lord than
link together in this grand Associa
on. I cannot praise the Association
>o high for wvhat it has done for my
usband, Thos. H. lHeeves. May you all
ver live and carry on the good work,
my best wvishes to the Association.
Mits. X THOMAs H. REEVES.
silver and Plate Ware,
Cut Glass and Table Ware
SI TABLE FOR
Vedding and Birthday Presents
Cey winding Watches
Changed to Stem
Edu ard Scholtz,
Jeweler and Optician.
Tirst announcement of
the New Store.
3~. B. SUM M ER.
I have bought the stock of Counts &
lickert, and Iam going to conduct an
p-to-date grocery business in their old
I extcndl an invttation to my friends
r New berry and the surrounding county
> dIrop in and see mec. My salesmen,
P. Aldridge and Clarence B. Sligh,
'ill be glad to see them.,
(1. B. SUM MER,
Next door to Mimnaugh's.
farren White Sulpher Springs.
WATEnIIJCK STATION, VIRGINIA.
E. D. CUIJ.EN & SON, PROPRIETORS.
Variety of mineral waters. Elevation
100 feet. One milo from station. Potir
ails daily. Excellent table. Modern
Idings and equip)ment. Rates $26
month. Special rates to familles.
SLL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
rwarned not to hire, harbor or
ye employment in any mannier to
m. Young, alias Bud Young, and
ife, Clara Young, they being under
mntract with undlersigned for year 1903.
at LAMBERT MOORE,