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THE COTTON MARKET
What the Fleecy Staple Was Bringing
Yesterday Afternoon in the Various
Portions of the County.
(Corrected by Nat Gist.)
Good Middling . . . . . . . . 9 37 1-2
Strict Middling . . . . . . . . 9 25
Middling........... 9 12 1-2
(Corrected by J. L. and A. G. Wise.)
Go->d Mid4ling ...... 9 35
(Corrected by John R. Scurry.)
Good Middling......... 9 311-4
(Corrected by Aull, lentz & Co.)
Good Middling . . . . . . . . 9 31 1-4
(Corrected by J. B. Lathan.)
Good Middling . . . . . . . . 9 30
(Corrected by Smith Bros.)
Good Middling . . . . ... . .9 37 1-2
Schools Crowded In Lower Grades -Ini
portant Resolution Adopted.
At a meeting of the trustees of the
graded schools held this week the fol
lowing resolution was adopted:
Resolved, That after October 15, of
each scholastic year no pupil will be ad
mitted to the first grade.
The school is now crowded, aspecially
in the lower grades. There are now
fifty pupils in the first grade, and if
pupils are admitted all along during the
year it will necessitate the formation
of another class and one class with fifty
pupils is as much as one teacher can
handle and the funds at the disposal of
the trustees will not permit the employ
ment of another teacher. In fact the
present teachers should be paid at least
ten dollars per month more than they
The fact is the trustees should raise
the age limit for admission to the first
grade to at least seven years and it
would probably be better still to make
it eight years.
And pupils at the mill school should
not be taken beyond the fifth or sixth
grade and thus given better attention
to the pupils from these grades down,
and let pupils who have finished these
grades in this school comc to the Boun
dary street school. There are now, we
understand, only nine pupils in the mill
school above the fifth grade. The
higher grades at the Boundary street
school are not crowded and these nine
could receive better advantages by the
transfer and the pupils below in the
mill school would also receive mere at
tention and receive the benefit of the
The Hoge school should stop with the
sixth'grade, and instead of having the
grades so crowded, divide the pupils
among the teachers from the sixth
grade down and give these people that
education which will fit themthe better
to perform the duties of citizenship.
There is very little use to teach them
Latin and algebra and the higher
branches. Better put that energy on
an efl'ort to implant those things neces
sary to fit them for the discharge of
their dluties to society and to the State.
Prof. Stuckey has the schools wvell
in hand and is making a very favorable
impression upon our p)eop)le and success
fully managing the schools.
State Geologist Sloan Bxplains.
State Geologist Eariile Sloan has wvrit
ten Dr. James McIntosh, chairman of
the commissioners of p)ublic wvorks, in
answer to D)r. McIntosh's letter correct
ing a statement from Mr. Sloan, pub
lished in the State, in which Mr. Sloan
said that Newberry's artesian Wvell had
failed. Mr. Sloan in his letter says that
he told the rep)orter that he understood
that Newberry's well had failed, but
that his statement was intended for the
private guidance of Columbia and not
for the disparagement of another city's
advantages. In reply to D)r. McIntosh's
invitation to Mr. Sloan to visit Newv
berry Mr. Sloan says: "My program
contemp)lates a trip through parts of
Newberry and Saluda counties (luring
early October, at wvhich time I shall
be pleased to join you in attesting the
merits of your worthy enterprise."
That "Silver Tea."
Are you going to the '"Silver TPea''
at Mrs. D)r. W. G. I ouscat's, this eve
ning (Friday) ? TIhe ladies of the lauth
eran Church of the lte(deemer will be
please,d to see you there. You cani
come at '7.30 o'clock or later. Refresh
ments will be servedl. There will be
no formal chairge, but all will be given
an opportunity to make a silver contri
bution to the treasury of the ladies
society. An evening social enjoy
ment is promlisedl, wvith a cordlial wel
come to all the ladies and ind gentle
men of the commuinity and children
ompani~ed by parents or adlult
'The eri..'~w Rutherford Chapter.
on the sec~~ '. >f the Drayton Ruth
week. Theo "~ 11l hold their next
on the 9th and e~ k J Wooten Tues
Mr. Hlayneswort a er 6th, at five
lawyers of the Gre' 'vnce is earnestly
are sure will maltr . Mayer,
tthe Best For e cAsklng.
ac )f p)atenit flour
c tell him to
1 flour'', but
; of "Clifton,''
.I is as goodl for
t rolls and bis
%T. J. HTAYS.
The Movements of Many People, Newber
rians and Thuse Who Visit
Mr. F. Werber, Jr.-, of Washington,
D. C , is in the city.
Mr. James N. McCaughrin has returned
home from New York.
Maj. J. F. J. Caldwell of Greenwood
is in the city on bussiness.
Mr. W. C. Cothran of Greenville was
in the city on Wednesday.
Mr. Jno. K. Aull of The Herald and
News is, in Lexington attending the
Mrs. Fannie Gilliam of Spartanburg
is visiting at the home of Mrs. Mary
Mr. Frank Mower returned to Balti
more on Tuesday to resume his studies
in the medical college.
Maj. R. H. Welch visited friends in
Lexington last week attending the fami
ly reunion of the Drehers.
Dr. W. K. Griffin of Marion is in
Newberry visiting his brother Mr. B.
F. Griffin. His many friends are glad
to see him.
Senator Mower of Newberry came up
on the 19th qf September to receive and
receipt for college funds. We under
stand he did exceedingly well in the
way of collections. --A. R. Presbyte
Miss Mary Law McClintock left on
Monday for Boston to take her place
as vice-principal in Prof. Jewetts
school for young women. This impor
tant position came to Miss Mary Law
Mr. Hayne Chalmers of Nweberry
brought a daughter to Erskine last week.
Mr. Chalmers left Due West 32 years
ago. He went through the Freshman
class in Erskine. This visit marked his
first return. That he did not go on
through college when he had the chance
is a constant regret to him. Mr. Chal
mers friends in Due West were delighted
to see him again. He was not able to
get round to see them all. With a
daughter here we expect to see him
oftener. -A. R. Presbyterian.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The street paving is getting on nicely
and the work is being well (lone.
Mr. Jno. M. Kinard has resigned as
a member of the board of trustees of
the Newberry graded schools.
Davenport & Cavenaugh advertise
flour and salt and dry beef hams and
Kinghams famous hame.
A silver tea will be given by,the
ladies of the Lutheran church at the
residence of Dr. W. G. Houseal tonight.
Mr. G. F. Lietzey one of the jurors
in the Tillman case is a former New
berrian, having moved to Lexington
from the Pomaria section some years
Mr. James A. Sease of the county
has a call to go to Conover, N. C., to
do some brick work. He is a fine mason
and a gocd chimney builder.
Mr. R. P. Casey has opened up a first
class grocery store in one of the vacant
store rooms next to Smith's dIrug store,
on lower Main street, belonging to
Mr. L. J. Sligh, formeriy a student
of Newberry College, and a brother of
Rev. W. K. Sligh, who has been located
in Columbia for some time, is in the
city with his Mer y-go-round, andi is
located on the vacant Jones' lot op)po
site the Newvberry Graded School.
Mrs. H. C. Hunter gave up her board
ing houtse on the corner of Caldwell and
Boundary streets yesterday. Mr. H un
ter will move to Texas in a few days.
We regret to lose this family from
Newberry but wish for them in their
far away home prosperity andl happi
Clerk of Court Goggans recorded on
Wednesday a deced dlated April 2, 1852,
from W. A. Cline to William B. Lowe,
conveying two acres of land b)eing be
tween Newberry andl Helena. 'rhe flat
wvas mlade by F. B. Higgins. T[he
occasion of recording the deed we pre
sutme is that the land has been sold and
it was a question of looking up title.
The Lordl's Supper will he od<hninister-ed
in Grace B. L church, Prosperity, on
Sunoday. Preparatory services ont Friday
at 7.30 p. m1. Also at Mt. Tabor I' L,.
ch urchi on the 2nid Lo(l 's day of this
month the commun111 onl wilIl be admlii nis
ter-ed. Every' miembaer is expecd to ibe
present if poss5ible.
Eczema, Itching Humors, Pimples-Treat
Does your skin itch and burn? Dis
tressing eruptions on the skin so you
feel ashamed to he seen in company?
Do scabs and scales form on the skin,
hair or scalp? Have you Eezema?
Skin sore and cracked? R~as hform on
the skin? Swollen joints? Falling
hair? All run dlown? Skin pale? Old
sores? Eating sores? Ulcers? To
cure to stay cured take B. B. B. (lB
tanic 1B100( Balm) which makes the
blood pure and rich, then the sores will
heal a,pd tihe itching of eczema stop
forever, the skin b)ecome clear andI tihe
blood pure. B. B. B. so1(1 at drug
stores $1. T1rial treatment sent free
and prepaid by writing to Blood Balm
Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe your
trouble and free medlical advice given.
Over 3000 testimnonials of cures iy 11.
First Cost Not the Cheapest.
The first cost of an article (10es not
necessarily (determine its cheapness.
For instance, a sack of "Clifton" flour
may cost you a little more than othei
so-called patent flours, but it will be
cheaper to you in tihe end. Why? Be
cause it will not only make more bread
to the sack, but will take less lard and
soda to make it. Order a sack of "Clif
ton'' andl make a test for yourself. It
will prove the truth of this statement.
T. J. HAYS.
'itizens' Meeting Small -Four Trustec
end Three Citizens-Present Trus
The citizens' meeting to hear th
,eport of the trustees of the Grade
ichool was held in council chamber o
ruesday at 10 o'clock. There wer
resent only four members of the boar
-Alan Johnstone, L. M. Speers, W. F.
?elham and 0. MeR. Holmes--an
hree citizens-W. H. Wallace, F. 11
)ominick and Jno. M. Kinard.
Mr. W. H. Wallace waselected chaii
nan and Mr. Jno. M. Kiiard secretary
dr. Alan Johnstone as chairman o
;he board submitted the annual repor
which was read, receivedi as infornu
ion and ordered published in the news
The elective members of the boar
vere re-elected as follows: Geo. W
3ummer, G. M. 13. Epting, W. E. Pol
iam and L. M. Speers.
Mr. F. H. Dominick moved that inaE
nuch as the meeting was small anothe
neeting be called to consider any mal
;ers connected with the schools. Th
notion was not adopted and the meel
ng then adjourned.
The report of the trustees is put
ished on the fourt page of this papei
The annual election for the two mi
ipecial tax was also held on Tuesday
Phe vote was very small and -o%sulte
For the tax ............... ......... .......3
A gainst the tax................... ........
M ajority for tax.................... .....f
With the annual election on this ta
md the indifference of the firiends c
.he school some day those who are o1
)osed will carry the election against ti
;chool. We can see no reason for a
innual election. If the levy wa.s fixe
it two mills it woUld be as easy to hav
in addition made as to increase t1i
evy if the necessity ever required it.
A Pretty Home Wedding.
On September 30th, it,:)3. at the hon,
)f Mr. John Garrett, seven niles south
P'rosperity, his dauhter, MIaggi. V.
narried to Mr Arthur 1, Shealy,
Little Monntain, at 3 p. M., in the pre
Me - fabout 25 guests. After the ma
riage a sullptlons m1e1al was se ved. T1
eariety and abiudance served at th
neal was coumeiii(lable.
3f the Condition of th
Bank of Prosperity
Prosperity, S. C., a
Close of Business, Sep
tember 30, 1903.
-oans and Discounts . . . $ 60,230.(
)ue from Banks . . . . . . 25,573.(
Jash and Cash Items .. 12,788.1
3uilding and Fixtures . . . 2,89.1.
)verdraft. . . . . . . . . 758.
Total..... .. .. . . $02,2-15.2
lapital Stock . . . . . $ 25,000.f
urplus andl U ndli vided Pruo
)ue to Other Banks ... 1,6.
lashier's Check Outstanding .120.(
sediscounts . . . . %C >).(
)eposits.... .. .. . . . .44653.
Total..... .. .. . . $02,245.5
Personally came before me, .1. 1
trow no, Cashier of jthe above namit
>ank, and being (duly sworn, testit
hat the above statement is correct t
he best of his knowledloe aind belief.
J. F0. BRtOWN,
subscribed and sworn to before me
Prosperity, S. C., this the 30ot
SEAL] (lay of Septeml- r, 1W03.
E. W. WI'R'ITS,
oretAtt: N. P. for S. C.
S. S. BaaR;E,
A. G. WisE.,
GEO. Y. HIUNTERt,
(MITY LOUE NO 8'7, A li.lf
RECGIGAlt COM) MI IJN ICATl()
of Ainily londge, No. 87, A lV .
viiib heuI ld nex. M Iond ay e'ven inl
30 o'clockt, ini Maseoni' llall. V'icit in
uruthren cordially welcomd..
WVM. F. Ilbi4lA Xl, WV. M.
.1. H-. Mu. K INAND, Secretar-y.
Newberry, S. C.
Capital - - - $50,00'
Surplus - - - 19,50'
since organization 21,00
Paid Depositors In
ment since or
ganization - - $9,20
A mani working by thei daiy is pai
!or thle It ih pnItH in at wyork, hb]
when that ruaen "'evos~ a -er for hi
lay's labor it "rk> f..r hon niighi
is weull ais day; i.evei biys ,l 01. ona
sountl of had wetfhor aid ne~ver get
icok, hnlt goes right 'n 'n riling hir
im inicomel. It's ali niI thing to wVor
~or mneiy, butiI it's inigeb nicer t
'iavet liiiiney. workedng for yon Tr'i
t- open a eav ings account with u
imd get some money working for yoi1
Vlake a deposit in the Salvinigs dei
palrtmenlt today atnd lot it, begin
york for you. Interest eomnputled
I per centt January 1 andl July 1 <
ANOTHER ARREST MADE.
Sheriff Buford Captures Isaiah Sauders,
One of the Negroes Wanted in the
Butler Kinard Case.
Sheriff Buford has been working for.
several months to capture Isaiah San- i
ders charged in the case with Edwards E
with the murder of Butler Kinard.
Sometime ago he had him located but
when he went to get him he had dodged
the sheriff by departing a few days be
fore the arrival of Mr. Buford. He t
was in Saluda county but moved on to ]
Edgefield county. After staying in
Edgefield for a while he returned tohis i
old haunts in Saluda county. Mr. J. Y.
Floyd and Mr. Ben Sample went to i
Saluda to capture him a few days ago
but when they got there he had gone i
again. Mr. Floyd returned to New- I
berry but Mr. Sample followed Sanders
on to a house about one and a half
miles from Chappells on the Saluda
side when he again located him and this I
time got the house surrounded and
captured him. On Monday night San- I
ders spent the night in the woods. 1
When he was captured Mr. Sample t
phoned Sheriff Buford and he went
over after him and brought him to
jail landing him safely about 12 o'clock
Sheriff Buford is very proud of his
success in this case and rightly so for
it has taken a good deal of work and
vigilance to locate and catch Sanders.
Sanders disavows any knowledge of the
murder though we believe he admits
having spent the night with Edwards
and having in his possession at one
time the watches, one of which at
least was afterwards identified as the
watch owrned by Butler Kinard.
Sheriff Buford has a good record dur
ing his terms in the matter of catching
those charged with crime and he has
had only two escapes and in both cases
recaptured the prisoners so in reality he
has not had an escape.
Yesterday was another Jewish holi
day beginning of the new Jewish
year 56C4 and known as the Day of
Atonement. It was observed by all of
the Hebrews in Newberry. They closed
their places of business at 6 o'clock on
Wednesday afternoon and did not open
again until yesterday afternoon at 6
o'clock. DIuring this time they fasted,
neither eating nor drinking. It is a
(lay set apart for the purification of
the heart and the rienewal of the spiri
tual life of the 1ews and is spent in
fasting and prayer.
Letter to S. P. Crotwell, Newberry, S. C.
Dear, Sir: "I'hree-quarter paint" is a
good phrase for the best outside of De
Devoe is the standard; mark it 100.
The next-best--there are several not far
apart-are three-quarter paints; you
may mark them 65 to Devoe's 100.
The bulk of the paints in market are
40 or 50 or 60; a few are better than60;
a few are worse than 40.
How do they act? They cover from
one to three-quarters as much as Devoe;
and they last from one to three-quarters
as long as D)evoe.
What are they wvorth? Th'le same rule
dlon't hold: it costs more to put on some
paints than they are worth; they are
not wvorth anything: the "'put-on''costs
two or three times as much as the p)ainlt.
F W DEVOE & CO.
P. S. -The Newlt rry Hardware Co.,
sell our Paint.
Tihe boasrd of' trnFlteors of Columbia
Uiiv"rsit y have j 'st a ppointed( the
fi rst woman51 prIofessor on the faculty
of thait iust it ut ion, Miss Margaret E.
Malhby, whio will take the chair of
phlysics. Th'lis will bo0 a greater blow
to the pida1 of the boys than having
the B3arnaurd girus use their swimming
nk. (olm,ihin will now present tihe
-imomaly of a wvoman teaching classes
whIich!l other womle)I aire niot peor
i e t ~1Io nter.
XOTICE I8 IIERtEBY GIVEN T HAT
.L the b ook's of registration for t.he
Town of Newberry, S. C., are now
open, and the undersigned as Super
visor of Registration for said town wvill
keep said books open every (lay from 9
a. mu. until 5 p. mn. (Sundays except.ed),
including the 7th (lay of D)ecember,
T1. 0. STEWART,
Supervisor of Registration Town of
Newherr'y, S. C.
Septemuber 7, 190(.
HATTIE McIYER LEAYELLj
(B. M, or Wolllall's College, Rlclllliolld, Va,)
Mower Co's Store.
September 1st, 1903.
SPE0IA L ATTENTION TO BE(HNNERS.
T7iims-$2,60 lier Eight Lessons,
A Girl's Little Brother
Som-euimi'' "'Sees Thl~iings.'"aOll to
smen us naml we will be pleased to
show you1 n1umy 'Good Tihings."'
'Try onr ( Su Nico ('hoose,
P'i Nie Hcatmi',
New Carolina Rice,
New Molasses, ne,
''Itf it 's onurs it's niCe "
Counts & Dickert,
Rusanll's Ol/d ta - Mi .Miu mtrent.
s F ARM FOR SALE. - Good Sixty
Acre Farm, near town, for sale.
Apply at this office.
I.ARDWARE HARNESJ AND
Paints-We have just added to
our stock a complete line of harness
1rdware and paints and are prepared
to serve your wants at lowest possible
0 pricas. Apartment adjoining grocery
I store. Come in and inspect our line.
Car nails just received.
How to Make Money.
Agents of either sex should today
- write Marsh Manufacturing Co. 538
Lal(e Street, Chicago, for cuts and par
ticulars of their handsome Aluminum
Card Case with your name engraved on
t it and filled with 100 Calling or Business
- Cards. Everybody orders them. Sam
- ple Case al 100 Cards, postpaid, 40c.
l'his Case and 100 Cards retail at 75
cents. You have only to show sample
i to secure an order. Send 40c at once
for case and 100 cards before some one
_ gets ahead of you.
W lIY NOT BUY THE BENT?
'ou can get It. from Guy Dan
r ioh;. Ev*rvth1ng to be had from a
first-clat-s Jitwelry Store. The flnest
1n(1 largest stock of spectacles and
L% .%m ,: 'S In Ihe Stat.o.
Tle Riser Millinery Co
Will I b pliased to show you th"ir
%legait line of Ready to Wear Hate.
We want to sell 5000
barrels Flour in six
o months, and to do so
x we propose selling
f best goods 10 cts. bbl.
profit. Every barrel
d buy until you see our
e flour and get our prices
Now is the time to
make money by using
heavy Bagging and
Ties. We sell the heav
iest on the market.
E. M. Evans& Co.
r 311. TAX BOOKS FOR NEW
erry' County will be open for the
collection of taxes for fiscal year com
mencimg .hmnuary 1st, 1J i3, the 15th day
3 of' October, 1:33, and will remain open
without penalty until the 31st day of
t Dece-.ber, 1903. Unon all taxes paid
I ftcr the 31st day oi December, IC)3,
:( befc.re the 1st day of February,
190.1, a penalty of one per cent. will be
added; 'mon all taxes paid during the
month of Februal ,, 1904, a penaltv of
o one per cent. additional will be auded,
5 and upon all taxes paid from the 1st to
5 tlhe 15th day of March, 1904, inclusive,
G an additional penalty of five per cent.
2 will he (ded.
- Following is the levy:
6 For St ate purposes. .. ...5 mills
For ordinmary co. purposes . . 2 1-2 mills
For special cou nty purposes . 3-4 mills
0t For schools.. ....... .. 3 mills
3 T1otal .. ...... . . 111-4 mills
8 Except ini the following localities,
J1 where an add(itional railroad tax has
;a been lev ied , viz.:
0 T1ownship No. I.... .. 2 mills
Township) No. 8... .. .. 2 1-2 mills
T Jowniship No. 9 . . . 3 mills
And except ini the following school
been levied, viz:
Newberry school (district, No. I . 31 mills
0Chappells, No. 39... .. ....2..mills
St. Lulkes, No. 13.... .. ..2..mills
Big Creek, No. 20..... .. .. 2 mills
LJUtopia, No. 10.... .. .. .. ..2 mills
Whitmire, No. 5)2. .. .. ...2mills
Prosperity, No. 14... .. .. ..2 mills
Littlec Mountain, No. 30 . . . . 3 mills
Excelsior, No. 35....-. .. .. 2 mills
Zion, No. 56...... .. .. .. ..2...mills
A poll tax of one (dollar has been
levied1 on all male citizens between the
ages of 21 and G0 years, except those
exempt by law.
Persons liable to road (duty may pa~y
a conmmutation tax of one dollar from
the 15th of October, 1903, until the 1st
d (ay of March, 1904.
.JNO. L. EPPS,
A Rare Opportmiity.
A good live man with
horse and buggy warit
ed to visit every farm
er in Newberry County.
He must be a man of
good moral character
-and a worker. A
chance to make a few
hudrd dollars for
at once "MANAGER,"
1 401l Laurel St., Co
lumbia, S. C.
9 ANY CHURCH.
Or pareona(ge or instit utioni support
i ed by voluntary contrib,utionu wvil be
t given a libeornqualnitit.y of the Long
a mlian & \i1 'rt ineiz Pure Pa'ints when
, ever Iioy pa1iinL.
-Nob : U ay' done1 so for t wenty
a sovelrl ea~rs. Sales: TPens of miu,
a~ lions1 of gdIons; painted inearly t.wo
k mniilion a.uses undI(er guaranstee to
o) rep;i;' If not1 satuisfactory. 'Thie
y pain tCHr for pIdods up1 li to
s iighitein years. Liinse(d Oil must
h. be ad."l h>) I ho pint, (done in two
ii minut a ) Actual cost then about
o $13 a~u gallon. Samples free. Sold
I by our agents.
'Newberrry Hardware Company.
Are filled frory
with desirable m,
will find it very
here, because t
right, the pricesce
are polite and e
ble will be dont
We want to emphasi;
can or will sell you goc
selves. Our present st
low figures, in truth
goods on our shelves av
Wo propomo '.) gie ur, tm r
mild advatnce tHil prIVIt It bIiIg f-.)
I 'I ai big sto -i, I, ait I mIst t k I
Oi to- t k - - 4
MILI.I NT E R I
wo havo thr--t% (eXPer...uI1C'-d Ihdi.-4 to
hod fithI.-d hore. \V cIn fit Nom or
Our ihvfo stor,, too, is full of go1d s,
Walk Over Sho-m for 'I,o ave n)
for muorv, but there Ifrl) mIIIt huer.
by the most, mkilled workimn. Evei
Of these ltgAItnt Sh1;1i- rv. a i
Ideal Shoes for
vstouir shirres \ve will riv,.
spolid Wit I 11.
To buy) your Furniturc. \\'- hav,
and we propose to imike it i) to r
Beds of all kinds(1 and Prices, Chaiz
at Rock botto P11 rices. \\'e car ry
High G rade. Iwo cair loadts of C1
aIrrivedl. \Ve bouight I hem at thler
them like we lboughit them \e a I
Stoves, Glassware anid (rotckery. (
(Oak Cenuter Table tot .$ . o.V
colme and1( se eij ' hem. t "Y u \lne,
BY THE CARL
Dry Beef Har
ham's Old R(
FIEryX hod I
-Peiham's Boro '1
der at $1.00 dozer
offer. We guarar
equal the best wh
at 25c can. High
of the best qual
ararYou are ploa
or send your Ph
tions to us. We
skill and back it1
perience. Mail at
Wmn. E. Pel
i floor to ceiling
he qualities are
ire low, the clerks
3 to make it to
to give us your
e the fact that no house
ids cheaper than our
ock was bought at very
we have much cotton
/ay under today's ruling
th e fo-lit of our fortunato purel sm
loilg aH mir prwosnt Mtock holdt out.
It N IIack itt, it. Woe tro1 he lodors on
s and Silks.
ook iftor your niterosis. (lot your
your litt.lf girl in it be u ifil clik.
00S for all.
suporior. Thoro atro silaoes that 1,oll
Thoy troi mudo of t-ho host utrial
patir guarantovd. What m.>r, coihd
,;el wV(It, 111I(Ito lho it n1mi'l-, sn
LA 0Inr gmaratto.
Boys and Girls.
' viiiN rovoivood for- vvsr) poi,n), yoti
NN & SUMMER
it mid it Is all New :in I p-to-il te,
iiterest if you will give is a1 trial.
ii of ll l<indsI very~ cheapt, l(o1ckers
a11ll kindos of Iunitu Lre, med(iumil andi
mirls, lk ockers, Ilieds andu itmureaus just
ght price andi we are4 g.oingt to sell
So) caiI a l ine cu lle iti an Cook
ut lery-:1( and Iirdware, ini fact ever-y
ilurei- store1C. We sellI a 2] x 2] il.
1i sell y'ou ai nice Itocker for $1.*o,
Wskorth"i' is our mlotto.
~N & SUMMER,
-ns, and King=
RY, S. C.
aicum Toilet Pow
is a very tempting
itee this powder to
ich sells elsewhere
ry, Toilet Articles
ity at the lowest
Lsed when you take
employ the best
'p with ripest ex
id telephone orders I
ham & Son,