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I. I. AULL, liDITOR.
THE STATE PRESS ASSOCIATION.
The annual convention of the State
Press Association which was held at.
White Stone Spring last week was one
of the most pleasant and successful
meetings it has been our pleasure to
attend, and we have been present at all
of the meetings for the past ten years.
The attendance was good and the i
terest up to the standard and the papers
read above the average. Tien new mem
bers were received. There should have
been many more but these ten are
young and active and will throw new
life into the Association and we hope
help to bring others into it.
The papers on the program were by
the youngest members and evidenced
thought in their preparation.
We missed our friends Col. Jas. T.
Bacon, of the Edgefield Chronicle, Col.
T. 11. Crews, of the Liaurensville Herald,
and Gen. R. R. Ilemphill, of the Abbe
ville Medium. These have always been
good friends of the As.-ociation and
prompt in their attendance. They are
veterans in the profession and should
lose no opportunity to be with their
younger brethren and give them their
counsel and encouragement.
Mr. .1. C. Caldwell the versatile edi
tor of the Charlotte Observer added
V'ery much to thle pleasure of the meet
ing by his geniality of mai'er and the
thboughtful akdresses which he delivered.
lIe had been known by his work as
editor of the harlotte Observer but
not personally to a great many of the
meIlmbers but when he left our meetting
every member knew him personally and
will read his paper with more interest.
As we have had occasion to say before
Mi. J. T. lIarris has wrought Wonde'rs
in turning a forest into a llost delight
fil suminer resort and it is truthl to say
hie has one of the best arranged and
equipped soummer resort ho' inl the
Southl. It is of brick and the rooms
are large and airy and nicely furnished.
The old Ki .by Spring had been known
for many years for its health giving
waters and people who knew of it would
coMe or send for miles toget the water
but it remaineil for .lim Iarris to pur
chase and develop it. and now a h:'py
throng of pleasure seekers and i4ose
who are seeking health fill the be:.'Iti
ful hote- in order to receive the belnefit
of this water.
The ,Association met on Wednesday
morning when the address of welcome
wasdelivered by IHon. D. E. Iydrick, of
Spartanbu rg. We were glad Mr. Ily
drick was with us but any formal wel
come was searcely necessary as the
editors made themselves at home
promptly on tlheir arrival. This was
respondod by Senator Ragsdale of the
Association. and the Association got
down to the business before it.
'I'le papers read and the discussions
following were on mattel's touching the
business of the profession.
I haring thle Ipast yeari three id itoirs
Ijave died. The p'residen t cal led at ten -
tioni to this faet and eonun'it tees wer'
applointeid toi pr'epare t ributeis which
welr' adop t ed. The three were: 'T. ..
Adams, of the Edgetield Adv'ert iser,
L. M . Griist, of the Yorak ville Enqiuirer,
and N. G . Gonzales, of the (Columia
St ate. Several tributes in ad(di tion toi
the resolutions were also paid to the
Ii fe of Mr. G on'zale's by members of' the
Asasociation. A nil the A ssociat ion v'oted
I went yd ive idollars to the Goi'zal's
miolnment fund( (out oif its treoasuiry.
A mong t he absentees were also ouir
trieasurer, C ol. Autgust Kohnt and oura
chapldain kev. WX. I'. Jlacobs wh'o were
(let ained on acc'ounit of sicknmess.
The elect ion of oflicers resulted ini the
Il'residentI1 I. II. Aull, lIIeralcl and
1st Vice-I 'resideint. d. II. I )e( amp,
I rdger, G a fTu'ey.
2nd( V ice-lI'residlent N. C hrist ensen,
Gazit t e , I 'au fort.
Secret ary C'. C. I angston, Inutelli
* 'Treasuraer Auogust lKohni, News andc
C'ourier, C olumbhia.
Chalain.- liev . W. 1'. J1acob s, ()uor
Monthl-:, ( lintoni.
Executive (Conunit tee J. M. Knight,
. WX. Itagsidal', and J1. I. Norm'nt.
l)elegates toi Nat ional Ediitorial Asso
and N. Chr isteni sen, with Ipower' iln theii
pr'esidi'nt to fill vacancy,'
Invitations for a place to hold thie
next 'onventiont cOl(am(' f'rm( Cher'aw,
Gree'tnville and White Stone, hut. so
we'ill pleaisedi hail thle memuber's been
with the pre'(senit meeting that they de
cided by a very de(cidedl vote on the first
ballot to hlave( theit next conventioin at.
White Stone. 'The tinme and the pro
gramn, of c'ourise, to be left to the
Tlhe tip~ to I )envei' which hadl been
arraniuuged by the priesident is piroablly
called off, or rather post ponied as only
a fewv members fotund it polssibtle to( go
this year and as a great. nmany decsire'( to
go to the World's F'air next. year at
which time they hope toeixtend the trip
to Denver and probably further West.
It is probable that in August the
prlesidlent will arrange a trip) to Blowving
Rock, N. C., which can he taken for a
very small cost and not much losis of
time andl those who have been there
say it will amply repay.
Altogether our' stay at White Stone
was very nplaant and great ly njoyevd
We regret that the citizens of Pros
perity refused to vote the bonds for
he erection of a school building in
keeping with the progress of the town
in other respects. We feel sure those
who voted a,) on this question will
themselves regret it. We do not like
to see any town do anything to retard
its educational developmept and ad
vancement. The int, rest on these bonds
would have been so small that no one
could possIbly have felt the increase in
taxes. A former citizen of the town,
and one who still pays considerable tax
there, said, in speaking of the result,
that he hoped to see the trustees ask
for an issue of $10,000 worth of boada,
and call an election on that question.
. Five thousand dollars would erect a
handsome and comfortable school build
ing, and the town and the school need
just such a building.
CAMPAIGN FOR ROADS.
h'lie Good Roads Convention heard with
pleasure the addresses of Senator
Latimer and Congressman Aiken
on roads and we ' are glad so
large a number of persons was
present. Senator Latimer took a
hand primary and the vote in favor
of a five mill tax for live years
was unanimous, or if not no one voted
against it. in five years such a tax
would give us at least $150,000. That
would go a long ways towards building
roads in this county. Even a less tax
than that would help us very ma
terially. A tax for a bond issue would
not be so much but it would last longer.
There is one thing very certain and
that is if we get any road improve
ment. We must have money and
we may expect to raise the money
ourselves. We believe the people are
ready and willing to put up the money,
if fi.e amount be reasonable, and they
can be convinced it is going to be wise
ly and judiciously expended.
he agitation will (1o good. We are
glad tle convention adopted the plan
of a county campaign in behalf of the
cause. It will do good. Agitation is
life. Let us have a gocd meeting in
Messrs. J. R. Kibler and ). E. Half
acre will give a first-class barbecue at
Mr. Perry lalfacre's on Saturday, July
2-5th. ''lh usual pleasures will be ar
ranged for old and young.
A LONG-FELT WANT
It is supplied at last in Newberry.
100&th n-tu1td peopjle are oftell irrita
If You know the leiso l. you -1)(1hul
n1w h-- so.vpris"d!
Ever hanve Itehinic pik1t?
Not -ick enotu h L io j!o i .) ted: not we*'
.onou. b to '- eLnt'ent.
TIe e mnstanl itchini stnsatiou:
Itiro ..> bt ar ,hier to _,,vt rt 1...
Y:oil lo'mper nolarly dlrivt-; yo-.
I-n't relicf and cure a hm-feLt wa:.
Yfiu can liave rel;vf and vor,- if e
will follov the advice of a hwal ei
MI. I' l..-opartl (employed'i at th,- N'.w
hi' 'ry Cotton Mills sayv-: "I have used
mu Lchl inL l favorIE I had itch ing lhemi
orrbob(l - or yearsI' and al-I) a br'eak ingI
ouit Ion E my eg ,and Elii ln'-! set mEt
zeta/v. I coulEd not IinEal any'thing to
hi'lp it. I have s'een the timeI( when I
thau- gotten ouit If htd anEd scratebec(
uLnt' i m legs w'Ere one cEa-S oft hhwd (
EaEnd I felt aIs t houghE I (indli have taken
aI knEife andL( s.craperi time skin off butE iE
0', L mad( it w..ore'1(. TIhei doctor gav e
i bree differenet oinl lt mEnIEt andJI put1 tem
(En but nothIIig dlid ainy LiOd. Finally,
I preIiI'Ln lEd a II box f )oEtn'- ( )nt (Iet at
l'Ilbumi's drugEL s4tore'. 1 do( not think I
h-i' it onL titen I 1 m inu -s before 1 f'l, re
lie-f. A ('onlt Inuat Ion (If the t api,jLcaIt ions
aI'i dire'(tetd ('nt ire'ly stopLped all my)
mEiw,rv. andi no( oneit knowIS' w..hat aI relIef
It han, I en. I canI take (off my 3 clot hi'
(1ow andli :aleep in) pcLI. Voni enil het
recomon-ndIi'l I)ian's )intmLEntE first. laI.t
ami all thi'E tie " l'or salt' by all
'o KuiTla'o N. Y1. soli' ag'ents for the l'.
I t(emember)1E the naEme D oan 's andl take
fAl~l':(:CUE - IWILL GIVE A
''ue a.t Jolly Street Schloo)l H ouse
.1 tly 3th. liest (cooks. P rice, 30 and
-10 c(ents9. Gr.: HI( ': I AilA I DSON.
Election of' Teacher.
ri E l'ATtONS 01" FORtK SCHOOL,
I D)ist riet Nil. 55, will mefet a.t the
School 1 louse, A ugiust Xthl, at :3 o'clock
tiLl the purLpolse oIf electing aI teacher
for said school at $30) per month salairy.
I aidy prLefe'rredl. Application may he
lileid w.ith th le undliersigedi(.
W. G. Mi.:'r'rs-, Sligh's.
1. NI. K INAItO, lPomaria,
1). TI. Wical.:n, P1omaria.
Election of Teacher.
rp lIE PATRtONS AND) T'ITSTEES
l of St. PauIl's School wvill meet. on
Satturday, the 25th of July, at 2 o. mn.,
to elect a male teachler for said School0
ait it saEElry of $30 per'L mUont h. A opJ)ica..
tioni may', be setto J ). B. BIedenbautgh,
MISS SUSIEK SUMMER, ASSOCI
ate (of Victoria College of Music
of L<mdon, Eng., in PianEofor'te playing;
Student at Londlon College of Music unE
dler Emile Kelsen, Dr1. F. J1. Karn, and
1H. TP. Adams. Also gralduate in Piano.
forte of Presbyterian College of Char.
lotte, N. C.., tunder Dr. C. R. Fisher,
wvill give instructions in Pianoforte,
Violin and Pipe Organ, also in Voice
Production and Theoretical Music, and
will take (every care to impart sound1
and thorough musical knowledge, and
insure the rapid progress of the student.
The best attention will be given to, the
teaching and practical work on the in
.Full particulars will be given regard
ing temm, etc. upon nemlliation
l1iosc iho are gaining flesh
I - a a- th ay regular treat
Sch 'i Emulsion
hotuld c ntinue the treatment
ko hot wpat.her; smaller dose
anda littl cool milk with it will
do away with any obJection
which is attached to fatty pro
ducts during the heated
Send for free sample.
SCY1-I & COWNE, Chemists,
409-405 Pecarl Street, New York.
5"K. and $a.oo; all druggists.
L OR SALE.--A good Troy 2nd hand
fall leather top buggy at $30.00,
ringinal price $100.00. See me at once
f you wish to buy.
t. O. MCR. Hloi,Mu.:S.
BARBECUE-rhe undersigned will
furnish a first class barbecue at
dt. Bethel Academy, No. 2, township,
"riday, July, 31.
t. B. B. Leitzsey,
S. J. Cromer.
W ANTED.--Every housekeeper in
Newberry to try Corbins Grand
'urs Flour. TPh best on the market.
sold by Davenport & Cavenaugh.
BUSHELS Kentucky Cotton
Seed for sale. Apply to T.
V. Pool. J. A. BURTON.
ORNING Glory Coffees are the
M* best. Davenport & Cavenaugh
are the sole agents for this city.
Olt RENT. -louse on C'ollege
Street. Apply to Mary E. Lake. 4t
S,I l'I(' l'ACL,E,- A N 1) MiEY EG l ASSICS
Do your eYe-a ache and burn at
night? I have the best trial cas- for
fitting Spectateh-s and Eyellassee, and
ent lit thet m.'ot dilicult eves, wit.h the
proper lias-ws. I tiavi (irteil Ohutses
for the best people ill the county and
canl (it Voul. I ise nlv the h't, vrate
('rystalit' tti, es. C,ime at i give me
a trial and be convitneed. Stril-tly (ne
price to all. G' Y A N I ES,
.lIo%Wt''r anod opt,ivi:w,
ur stock is still 011.m1pleto with
evorythinig pretty in the Millinery
Call and so taur ribbons, flowers
and hats befort, bu\ ing
Tho Riser Mililery Company,
We would like to ask, through the
columns of your paper, if there is any
)erson who has used Green's August
Flower for the cure of Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, and Liver Troubles that has
not been eured-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 or liver? This medicine has beer
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. If y-ou never tried August
Flower. try a Y ceent bottle 4rst. We
have never 'krovr of Io.
, n_k-- 4-LS.:I
Shf 1s Delinquent Tax Sale.
STATE OF SOU-TH CAROLINA
COLUNTY OF NEWBERR.Y.
})Y VIRTL'E CF AN EXECLUTION
T1reasurer of Nen e::. C.xr.tv. I wii:
sell during the :ega. -..: o: sale, on
Monday, the :M4 as U A.:gist. 1903,
(saleday) at New cerry Court House,
the following prop.:r:y to wit:
Lot in town ofC -'e!-cy. asessed to
Jose ph Jones, bounded on ~r.orth by Gil
ford Snowden. Dr. James MrIEtosh,
anad Carrie Adams.
Lot ina town of New berry. assess ed to
Thomas Wilson's Estate., bounded by
Minnie Simmons, Aurelia Jones and
Lot in town of'Neu'berry, assessed to
Caroline Wilson, bounded by Frank
Glenn, Fred Emerage andl Sallie Ed
Two lots in town of Prosperity, as
sessed to Irvin Buck, bounded by D)r.
Langfordl, J. IL. and A. Gi. Wise, and
by Baptist Church property.
223 acres in No. I1 Township, as
sessed to ,J. L. HIughey, bounded by
landls of Lucy Hlendrix, H ughey Ferry
Road, Eflie W. Eichelberger and Broad
T1erms of Sale: Cash. Purchaser to
Sale of personal property for (delina
luent taxes will be adlvertisedl later.
M. M. BUFORD),
Sheriff Newberry County.
Sheriff's Ofiee, .July 13, 1903,
a.nd have any kind youa want on short
notice. Th'le preparation of some takes
longer than others but the freezing
never takes longer than 3 minutes.
"Fifty Receipts' gives many new reci
pes5 and it is no trouble at all to freeze
them in a
Peerless Iceland Freezer.
We have just receivedl our second
shipment of these celebrated Freezers
ano now have in stock any size from 2
to a nquarts.
CUR ED PROMPTLY and no bad of
Urua Store........ CAPUDINE.
College of Charleston,
CHARLESTON, S. G.
118 YBAR BEGINS SEPTEMBER 25.
Letters, Science, Engineering. One
Scholarship to each County of South
Carolina. Entrance examination held
at Newberry by County Superintendent
of Education and Judge of Probate on
July 10. Tuition $40. Board and fur
nished room in Dormitory, $10 per
month. All candidates for admission
are permitted to compete for Boyle
Scholarship, which pays $100 a year.
For catalogue, address
Knights of Pythias,
Newvberry Lodge No. 57.
STATED CONVENTIONS OF THIS
C Lodge will be hld on the 2nd and
4th Tuesday nights of each month at
8.00. Visiting Knights cordially wel
coled. TH OS. E. EPTIN.
K. of R. and S.
Crotwell Hotel Building.
T HE SUPERVISORS OF NEW
berry and Fairfield Counties will
meet at Ashford's Ferry on Friday,
.July 17th, at 11 o'clock a. ni., to let
Contract to take cable out of river and
put up same.
JNO. M. SCIIUMPERT,
Supervisor Newberry County.
rHIE CRE'DITORS O JOHN E.
.T.latton, deceased, are hereby re
quired to render and establish their de
mands before me on or before July 20,
H. 11. RIKARD,
Master for Newberry County.
Newberry, S. C.
4HE TRUSTEES OF ST. PHILIPS
sehool, No. 11 township, school
district No. 22, will meet at the school
house July 17th. at 3 o'clock for the
purpose of electing a teacher for said
school. Application may be filed on or
before said (late with any one of the
D. A. RUFF,
Notice of Drawing Jury,
U ICE I1S 11 ERE1\' GI -EN
that the undersigned comp)Sing
.he B.-ar. of Jury Commissioners for
New% !err. y Count%, State of South Caroli
r:a. %%,. on tie 17 th ofJulvN inst , at ninc
o cc-ck a. um.. in the office of Clerk of
Court for said County, ouenly and pub.
yraw thirt% -six lururs. to serve as
P'et: Jury men, at the Augus.t term of
Court of General Sessions for Newberry
County. begi tnnin:g Augtust 3d. ;u:d con
~uiug f5r one week.
JNO. L EPPS,
County T1reas urer.
W. W CRUMER,
JNO. C. GOGGA N8,
Clerk of Court.
July 6th, 1903.
SEWILL GIVE A FIRST CLASS
Brbecue at Pomaria, S. C., on
Saturday, August 1st, 1903, in the beatu
We will have several speakers to ad
dress the crowd, and special arrange
ments for the young p eop)le. Come one
come all, and enjoy the dlay.
JOHRN A. GRAII1AM.
II. M. WICKER.
Notice to Policy Holders,
TulIIE PlI04CV HOLD41ERS OF TIlE
Fa rmers' Mutual Inmsurance Asso
Ciaitioni, of Newberry County, will meet
at Newberry, oin Saturday the first (lay olf
August, at to a. in. A full meeting is
desired. Business of interest to every
policy holder will come u
JOS. L. K HITT,' Pres
South Oarolinia Military Acadolmy,
F lllHRE IS ONE VACANCY IN
...the State Benieficiary Scholarships,
to lbe a wardled on comnpetitive exmunina
tions >r the county of Newberry.
Ill * nk forms of appilication should be~
app)jliedl for att once to Col. C. S Gadsdenm,
Chairman Board of Visitors, or the Coun
ty Superintendent of Education. These
applications fully mnade out, miust bet in
the hanids of the Chiai rmana on the 30 th
.iay of July, in ordecr to receive attention.
C. S GAD)SDEN,
Chairman liuard Trustees
W H I RI;CplVE APl'lICA
tions for D ispenser and1( Clerk at
Nev'.blerry, 8 C.. an I also for D)ispen.er at
P'losperity, S. C , on the 18th (lay -,,f
Jully. 1903. Applications must be in
legal for. and cani he hiaded to anty
mnentber oif the Board be ii o'clock a ini
July the 18lth'
J ACOII SENN, Chuairma~,
J P'. IIA RMON,
J. R SCURRV,
Metn.hers of County Board oif Cotrol
for Newberry County.
Newberry, S C., July 6, 193
First announcement of
the N ew Store.
G. B. SUM M ER.
I have bou ghlt the stock of Counts &
D)ickert, and I am going to conduct an
tip-to.-date grocery business in their old
I extend an inv!tation to my friends
of Newberry and f,he surrounding county
to drop in and see me, My salesmen,
J. P. Aldridge and Clarence B. Sligh,
will be glad to see them.
(*. B. SUMMER,
Next. door in Mimnau,.~s
j UST ARRIVED at S. B. Jones'
Fresh Nabisco Athena, Cham
pagne and Festino 'afers.
A FULL LINE of Canned Meats,
Canned Vegetables and Canned
Fish at S. B. Jones'.
66~DIN MONEY" and a complete
" . line of Heinz's Pickles in
glass at S. 1. Jones'.
OLIVES, Sauces, and all kinds of
0 Condiments at S. B. Jones'.
and Flavoring Extracts
-At S. B. Jones'.
At S. B. Jones'.
To the Public at Large!
Seeing the need of an organiza
tion looking to giving cheap pro
t.ection in this county, wv take
pleasure in recommending to the
people as a whole, the Workmen's
Umon 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 65.
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 .. W. Reeder,
To tile Secretary and Treasurer of the
Workmen's Union Protective Asso
ciation of America:
I certainly appreciate the promptness
in you paying my hushand, Thomas H1.
Reeves, sick benefit and burial fnnds.
I can heartily 1ecollmendl the com
pany to one and all who wvanlt protee
tion at, cost. My husband had only paid
thirty-five cents (3;5) into tie treasury
after receiving his policy, and the coml
pany has fulfilled its promise to a let
ter. I think every 11,, womlan and
child in the county. that is tvevv years
Old, ought to have a pIolicy iin the Work
men's Union Proteetive Association of
America. First - why. because it is a
homlie comipanly; second the money is
all kept right at loie: tLhirdl---youl get it
at cost; fourth ithe association is do
ing what God has taught us to do. help
one another; and there is no betterway
to obey the comm111rn( of the Lord than
to link together in this grand Associa
tion. I cannot praise the Association
too high for what it has done for my
husband, Thos. 11. 1Reeves. May you all
ever live and carry on the good work,
is my best wishes to the Association.
MRs. X THOMAS H1. RiEAvI:s.
Proposals for Furnishing Wood
for the State Capitol.
B IDS WILL HE RECEV El) BY
the undersigned, uint il Ju nly 15th,
1903, for suppllying 300 cordls of woodi
for heating the South Carolinc State
Only straight, split 1)1ine'ood in -It.
length, wvill be accepted; long leaf pine
Wood must b)e deliveredl at. t he State
Capitol on or before October 1st, but
the successful bidder will he permittedl
to deliver it at any time after the ac
ceptance of his b)id.
Wood must be cordled by the bidder
in the storage rooms unde'r the(1 bi ling
and measured after being so placed.
The right is reservedl in this p)rop)osal,
and will be0 reservedl in any contract
made undIer it, to reject any wood
which in the j udgment by the' under
signed is of an in ferior quality. lBids
must be sealed and m)arkedl "lI'roposals
for fur'nishing wood for the State Capi
tol,"' and add(Iressedl to he undersigned.
J. T. GANTPT,
iecretary Of State.
Columbia, S. C. , June 27, 19J03.
Cannot speak; otherwise
it would tell its own story,
and were its organ of
speech as pronounced as
its one quality RELIABIL
ITY, no need of these re
marks. We do not claim
that it will cure Mumps,
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
Stomach, Colic, Cholera
M~orbus, Diarrhoea and
IPRICE I 5c and 25c
Warren White Suipher Springs.
WAT1'nt.IC m STiATroN, vile;GiNtA.
1.1). CUrllii;N & SON, l'Iio'iii1;Toa.
Variety of mineral wraters. Elevation
2,100X. feet. One mIle from station. Four
mails dhaily. Excellent table. Modern
iilinlgs andl equipment. B rtes $25
or monthl. Spe.ial rat~. to flesm
All Summer Clothing
Cut Shoes at Actual Cosi
are New Spring Goods
Merchandise but New U
and see the bargains off
The latest blocks in I
of Negligee Shirts, Fanc
wear, all of which will b(
margin of profit to us.
Newberry, S. C., Jul
BEGINNING JULY It
able goods. We are he
mer stuff and are det
some price. We have t1
White Goods in India Li
beautiful and sheer, Str
and Madras, all to go at
Mercerized White Good
will be included in til
Lawns, Dimities. Batist
Organdies to go at sac
Ties for Men, Ladies, M
Don't fail to visit our
tage of the many bargai
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YOU WILL LEARN S
:profitable to have us
clothes. The longer th
have to buy. We help
jTrousers pressed while
Coats Cleaned andi
Vests Cleaned andi
~Pants Cleaned and|
Skirts Gleaned and
Jackets Cleaned &1
We dye to live. Any
to the most delicate si
plant. If you are not ni
respectfully solicit a tria
from you. Ir our wvork 18 not
Soth Ca Jrolinai woE <ion't wanUt your pati
Until You are Sure You are
womSI il i d ge ar <> e M 0.1)
d ti t o )ifl> . 't plae >( m
please youi t.hait we say YOUll MON
This is Your Store.
'I'in W h ite 'abries, Silks, I,aes
I10mbro'i< II'ries, I"ans, GIoves8,
N in~ i. -0)1 1 te. J IMtll
(Ir( %%wili put you onI our1 malilin)g
A DD RE SS
C hAo ry I
Straw Hats and Low
for the Cash. These
. No old shop worn
p-to-date styles. Cal
-elt Hats. A nice line
y Hosiery and Under
sold at a very close
IIIIllle &r ii
We will put the
knife in all season
3.vily stocked in sum
3rmined to unload at
iousands of yards of
nens, Persian Lawns,
ipe Lawns, Nainsooks
very low prices. Our
E are unsurpassed and
iis sale. All colored
e,- Swisses. Mulls and
rificed prices. Oxford
isses and Children.
store and take advan
ns we will offer.
clean and & . .ur
ey wear the lest. you
to make them wear.
Pressed. 50 Cents.
Pressed. 25 Cents.
Pressed. 50 Cents.
Pressed. 25 Cents.
thing dyed from a suit
Iks in our steam dye
w patronizing us we
.1 package of laundry
rini Send y~ or goodsI by the
)lly on DeplositI
batisfied With Purchas.
>h)CI all yoinsomethin about
cO >Ofl nelC in herability t
EY IHACK if she fails.
The stranger in town
~'omm will s teyu red e te or
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