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The colleges in the s :te ar,e an orn
ing another session. The reort s indi
Cate full enrolment and eviailwe an iln
tot.est in etducat ion. The 00111om,n
Schools. wheiv tihe great nass of the
children are to get their ednent o'. deed
encouragement. and bett pay for
teachers and longer terms ;an at tend
afine by all the Ohildren. We s!xd
not he toncerned fr ' h c ic:-s
the point at whiclh there Is noi :xr
work is tlie con,mon scholA
out of every hundred of t,e chitfe ?:-'
The G.reewville garmvi ;' "
mends ani amendniet to ou a
laws to aA0ke them ike e'a N
law. It would hav.e vbot"'
recommend the onfork-Ce .
present S"outh Carolina t' I\a
it proved illetective :r
Ilatw. We ha:Ve tok) mm 1 o"x
our, statute boo'ks thl.t .1''a t
Preside'lt 1100SOVOit k'Arl"A's ' -
in his hip pocket anid s s 'e e e
fend hiself better thAna sv7 s
Vice ma.1This no d
doo's seeln a t -
his side arms.
T'1t A nders ,, i:
t hat I Ion. C Ok1 a \
interview in o'
Demlocrat "e non. .n.- .
dietev ini k'-.
being removesi tk
imgs on st reets w
very had in ra nk
THE MAYORS -CC
Cutting Scr;lapes. Nso: -:_
it seemvs, on' -
a little toofe -
londscapes in -
as a result er.e c
near losing h
on Saturday r -
boy wi i a : -
wit a knife. ' N
to Stop the
him aeross -
he 'tore on:
pretty tiad -
N ance y
his nirst e -'
Mr. d. W. t' -
WI. Wit - - .
loafintg an. '.
Tr . .' e
btt on the -tets
R obert . 'erry . r . 'or:i da s
A W AYi 0PiN
Many a Newberry Reader Knows it We
There is~ a waiy ope n 10 conv incate the
greatest skeptic. Scores~ of Ne wherry'~
people' havet made it pos,i ble 'The
public statemaent of their ex pteience is
pIroof the like of which hae never haeen
produced bieforei in Newherry., Road
this aso of it, given by a citizen:;
WV. F. Ewat of the tlarm or Ewar t
Pilfetr Co. clothieorM andl ge'aaneen's
furnishlings addre'ss MIatin str'eit satys
[:-"I hatve used Datn 's K( Id ney Isilis
with vory graeat benef'it,. I Sulforid'a
with mny bactk fta(1d ( khineys fr' lit ai
wh ile the secr'etioins fr'mn thle kiMli.'%
woro very darln, conatai nal sed im'nt
andl were ann aoy inag patrtienlharily at,
nighlt,. Theire wits a dlull paini it.rios
may lolins for which I wore~ p)lasters atr.d
uinou linI men'ts hut, w itbout atas atpur
ont (utTeat,s I noticedl In ur~ newslnp,ers
what, D)oan'. l KIdney I 'lli( hiada (done for'
outheraa, atnd I cllIed att WA. la. Pea'lhiit
& lion's drui t Sore andil pr'ocuired a haa
tad usaedl them iacordbI ig t.o allrect.iaonii.
Mince then may kbalainy secrei'a,ias hiive
r(lgainead their niatuatl color iada aaciai
mty Pret Is not dlistirr>eul a, iiIgli a ai
the pai in mi ay hack hias ent ire'ly la4i
For a41e hv aull deaIors. Perleo f,t
centsa catch per buox. I"ost.ar- M ILiur a' U
ButTfalo, N. Y ., tiole ijaits for t l.<
R~ememaber the5 nIamoe )loaatis aaaal tiaka
'HE TILLMAlF CASE
NOT YET TAKEN UF
I.t"'Al. CASES WILL LIKELY BE DISPOSE L
k* IIRST, PREVENING TRIAL OF
TILLMAN THIS WEEK.
G11r-nd Jury RconinIns his On Ground
That it Will ()st Too Much to Keep
Witncsses Awaiting Trial.
tSpaAl to HCrald and News.)
l.exington. September 21. 4.3o p. m
I's c\xt\ed that Tilhnan wouk
-i,,gnc1 this afternoon, but up t.
tvk another case was in pro.
s It is doubtful whet.her the Till
ma will be calleid renxt
n the :.2dg to try ;! a
NeV the T111manl eso.e In
CO TON 0 NN
* ..$ .d a
a *: -'ur.ih B
L. W. FLOYD.
Th rsa , e t.2
1 . o -er . -: .t
Potuaria 5 :' . t.
Ah,r u Ti 2s a ma
oL.i saedt a. o'lc FLOYD.
Saursday,rn thepnet 304d
La'es. of the Se1.Asocainh
hNde for siningfun. W h
threar. FoLoneiec lIh
meth. L.aia~( a. EING
TYk resue . . I. so
N"Vbl"""l'' T EVElY G VE lI
Cout flouye mun Nehc ex,t. C.(I
Zo reced cay, e e it. ' .o he p.om
a.('r m., t e -> . . p o at joue tin
th nessment andcevy ofndre to-mo
hdAxe for e purpofenof the her
graed snchoof the nkiguin ito
foMall loax." Tho( wih o nhj
thl e "Againsry tFo wo-ille 'a
A ilniI unAi, LA N . to NSTiNt.
'.lN. A sIr r erIN,I.A.90
Timbers of oak keep the old
homestead st iding through
the years. It pays to use the
" Men of oak " are men in
ruged health, mnI whose
bodies are made of the sound.
Childhood is the timtol t
the foundation fora sturl-col
Stitution that will last for ea.
Scot t's Em1u1sion is the ri"ht
I O.t",'~ Ne.w Yorke
:1).d $1.00; all druaglStS.
-l T '-.. .. .. i 1
- - T ~ ~ .
is not what our corn
epetitors predicted, a
draw back to our busi
-ness, but to the con
trary business has in
xcreased and we great
~ly appreciate the kind
nessoof our friends ir
looking us up in ou
new quarters. Our ef.
:forts to favor you ir'
quantity, quality anc
-* price, shall be greatej
/Yours to please,
,f the GoOdition of tMe First Nation
Bauk at Whitmire, ill the State o
South Carolina, at the (Jose of Bust
Inss, Sepleiuber 9th, 1903,
Ioatis and discounta . . . . $65,-168 U
Ovrdrafts, scuired and un
secured - , 6,798 3
U. 8. Rionds to secure cieu
lation (at par) . . . . .. 6, 250 X
Stocks, securities, etc. . . - 40 X
Banking house, furniture, and
fixtures . - . . 1,000 0(
Notes of other National lanks 600 (
Fractional paper currency,
nickels, and ehts - . - - 40 24
,awful money Reserve in
Specie -$1,879 50
I.egal-tender notes . 850 00 2,729 50
tedemiption find with U. S.
'lreAsurer (5 pe cent. of cir
culatiol) . 312 5(
Total - . . . $83,238 73
Capital stocwk paid in . - - - $25,000 0W
S,urplus fund . . 300 00
Ilivided profits. less expen
ses and taxes paid . 414 17
National lank notes outst and
ng . 6.250 00
D)ue to State lanks and flank
O'* - - - - - - - - - 204 52
Piue to approved reserve
agents - - ,845 54
individual deposits subject to
cheek . 22 . g,6i1s 88
4. i'h'er 's checks outsta~nd
mg..- 05 62
Baills payable,0 including cor
tit'.1.1te's Of de sit for
i.mo borro*e.. '.2... 0, 000 00
Tot al ----- .$ ,23S 73
- T ' orSc' iii CArsol.1x.x, 'I
'k ot -ry ov N v\w\:y. n' ss.
1 K. Ray. Cavhier of the above
1 -:k. dt solo-nn!y swoar that
ne abve:"AtteMent i-; true to the best
my knwvg 3and belief.
K. K.. RAY. Cashier.
- W '-rT i1 T:
N' 1 4.1 '1 E .
ta i" swor'n to before Me
1 1. S,0KES.
sV.% I1 OF S1 lH CA10LINA.
\, N T y F N E F I'I'%, Y.
HATTIE McIYER LEAYELL
Mower Co's Store.
September 1st, 1903.
~71! ITL~ N K' BBGINNERS.
. - .:e :' ask:, thruY.ghf the
~aper. if th.ere is any
Sr.as u:e Gre'.s Augus't
e:t. cuire of Ir:d gesteon,
ndv Liv~er Troubles t ist has
'eurd -andi we also mean their
non a.- sour stomnach, fermnen
- - oFfo'A haia costivenc:ss5,
epsa, heaaces, depn
- " con -'e.-"d with the stoIm
a r his medicir,e has been
.r.' yars~ in all civilized' cof.un
-.r.s. a w w.i1h toscorrespondi with
yo nd sendi you one of our books free
of ro. If yo' never tried Aug-ust
I- .ower try a '5> eent bottle first. We
:.a.'e r.e;er known of its failing. If so,
romethin;g mhore serious is the matter
with you. The 25 cent size has just
been introduced this year. Regular
~sizX 75j cents. F'or sale by WV. E. Pet
G. G. GREEiN, Woodbury, N. J.
Why wait for the rush
to 'buy your School
Books? If you will
come early you will
find it more satisfac
I tory for yourselves as
well as for us. There
will be no changes
made this year so you
will run no risk in buy
MIM I NA
0 UR BUYER STRUCK THE MARKET
number of manufacturers ready to close
loaded with the proper ammunition is why I gc
position to duplicate at a discount all classes c
cheapest that may be offered for sale in this oi
does more business, pays more freight, emplo,
in Newberry. Lose no time but wind your wo
Sixty thous.nd yards of Ribbon on saie Wednes
day morning bought at ioc on the dollar.
Nothing like it ever seen in New berry. It took
For one day only, Wedn
Great - Millinerl
Misses Marue Roche and 0
Nellie La Barbe ""ve """ "
city to take charge
olc our Milline1ry buiesthis seasmn. We are
BLACK and COLOF
I V Arte"t -iock of lalck and Colore'd Dress
;0d0 eVer 17,own in Vpper Corelli, and still
co:ne. Don,',t d your bre th but hold
Hear the School B
Halt Past Eight an
,,,rc'V kut r w( not 2 (:,,L tor this sale
:* B y+ Kree Suitz worth $2. -. for this sale
A BIG S
?ery pair of Men's. WVomen's and C: ddren's
Snoes to go at Cut Prices this week. If you
New goods rolling in di
the leader of fashion anc
o1mWD M Watches
Newberry, S. C. Siler and
organim2. 1aie.. Cut Glass all
Capital - - - $50,000 surrAE
Surplus - - - 19,500 Wedding and B
since organization 21,000 Key windi r
PadDepositors in ?dhange<
Savings depart- Wir
ment , since or- .
ganization - - $9,200 ~ Il
for the time ho. p'nt in t wo:(l:~rk,~ Edutr
when that ruanr aaves-i a dollar for his Jerl a
day 's labor it work, for huni nights, Jelra
as well as days; nover layi (off on ac- IIJI
annt of bad weather ar)d neveVr gets SUI
sick, but goos right. otn earning him ISS aSUofSIEt
an income. I t's ai nice tin g to work of London, En,
for mney, hnt it's mneh l.icE'r to Student at Londor
hatve money working for von. Try der Emile Kelsen.
it--ope aO''I1 'aiVili account with ~us II. TP. Adams. A
ando got, soni money wo. rkin for yoni -'('I r l ot, P. C., ii
Make at deposit in thle Saiviungs de will 'give i'nstrueii
part ment to lay and let it heigin to .Violin and Pijpe Oi
work f.or yon. lont ri'st com11puited at. Pr'oductioen and 'P
per cent Jau'ary I and July I of ( Itk eVry c
en(hIye r msure t.he raido ir
-IThie be'st atten tion
I NDIG E -ST IG0chN gadpa
URE D ~~Immediately by TwIIi, EA
C the use of Hioks' on E noree on i
10a.m to let co
appro..chles to saidj
lOc, 25c,50c. slu 'erved I') reiect am~
at drugstores Lu8JU 118 JNo. M\.'
U GH So
AT THE'RIGHT TIME AND FOUND
out their stocks, and being on the ground
t them at almost my own price; so we are in a
f Merchandise from the very best grades to the
any other section of this Union. This store
(es more clerks than any three dry good stores
y to Mimnaugh's tomorrow morning, Wednesd ay.'
nerve to take hold of such a pile, but when
SO SoC on tle dollar was n.nied as tihe price we
j$ scooprd in the pile.
asday, only 10 cents yard.
going to do the lillinery lhIsinless this season if
We have to lose monC to g I it. These two Up
to-Date Milliers a do ti.cir part as to
vinlug you the correct style, and we shall lose no
tine in lowering price,. Early Fall Millineryand
) Street IItts are now\ ready.
IED DRESS GOODS
jjj you pocket book unt il you get to Mimnu:igh's,
iij where one dol ar does the work of
oys Gaily Sing,
d the Bell will Ring.
j)j 3(-) Boys Knee Suits worth 53 o. for this gsale
5c,-) pairs of Boys K nee Pant!. worth loc, for this
(g want tobuy Children's School Shoes for a
(g littlemoney, po0w is your chance.
Rily so keep in touch with
I you'll not rgret it.
in Newberry, S. C.
Clocks, Knights of Pythias,
lateWare 'T All!) CONVIG;NTI'ONSoFT S
bl ' W8 L)dlre will he beld on the 2nd and
'th Tlues< lay niyhts of each month at
8. 00. Visitin night cordially wel
LEFOR comed!. TIlO 10N.EPf TUil G.
ithday Presents. Cio""'"" "o'e' """uinif
to Watches GRADED MUSIC SCHOOL
idMilhi PIA NOFORT E & ORGAN..
Pri~,mary, Inlt.rmedliat-e and Advanced
('ourses. Scientile Grading. Lates',
S c h a tzl-- ds ii '-' UCh-nd "e h i.
Sciiotz, nstruet ion thorough, pr'ices moderate.
ri ptcan uils may enter at any time.
rid Optcian.tisfaton~ guaranteed.
50. acoOL, (Charter appled for.)
iaolee >a Mni REGISTRATIOW NOTICE.
Cleeof eu~u ( '1[ci T llRlY IIN 'I'HA'P
so graduate in Pmano- 'Io'Un of Ne wherry, S. C.( renw
ian College of Char- open, and the uv'dersigno, as Super
I. C. . I isher, vlir of Regi;t rat ion for said town will'
ions. in P ianoforte, keep saidl books open ever'y (lay from 9>
gan, also mn Voice a. im. unt :1 5 p. m. (Sunday xetd,
ieoretic.al MusicW, and including the 71tfi (lay of Deceptbd),
re to impart sound1( 19(e. ".
enl knowledge, and Ti. 0. STlEWART -
o~gress of the student. SupIerv'isor of Rtegistractioni TJown' of
will he ivnto the Newberry', S. C.
ieaol work( on the in- September 7, 1903.
miI appiveceati Teachers Examinations
H' 1E REGUL~AJR FALL EXAMINA.
t t .o % et.ktion of t(ehers will lbe held, .
K EITTS cRIG(Elig to the regulations of the Stiat e
lriay Sep.f' 18th atG T -ar,. on I riday, September 18thI
~'iat a ep t 18- dith e t i wil -eth Mlaexamination before
,tc . fo r - I e exa mi o wi ehld i h
SCHa UMNni ' bic ourt house, beginning at 9 o'clock.
SC1U P . - EUG. S. WERTS,
Supervisor. County Supt. Educationi.