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COLUMBIA TIGERS CLOSED UP.
Constables Stationed at Every Place and
Give Dealers No Chance to Serye
Sone Kicking and Fighting.
Sometime before the fair opened
it was rumored that an extra force
of constables would be stationed
here during fair week to look after
the blind tigers. The rumor proved
true, and if any blind tiger is doing
any business it is done in the most
clandestine way. In fact it may
be stated that the tigers are com
pletely out of business. Every
place where it was known that
whiskey was sold had a constable
stationed in it. These took regu
lar "shifts" relieving each other,
and there was no chance for the
dealers to do any business at all.
Several of them yesterday afternoon
closed their doors altogether, except
those which happened to have res
taurant attachments. These had tc
do strictly a restaurant businesE
owing to the constant presence of i
In one Main street restaurqnt a
visitor called for a drink in the
presence of a constable, and being
informed that he could not be served
he launched out in a general denun.
ciation of constables. A fight re
suilted and there were hot times for
a few minutes. The visitor was
badly handled, though he put up
a stiff scrap. Notwithstanding
their close %,,mttch in the city the
constables managed to go out into
the country and capture i large
quantity of contraband hidden in
As a chronicler of the sayings and
doings of the people the Record
states the fact that there is a good
deal of kicking among a large class
of visitors. They want a drink
occasionally at night and they
can't understand how they could
get it last week and probably can
next, yet must not be served this
week. That's the way they talk,
but the authorities are obdurate
and are enforcing the law as it has
never been done here before.
A Resourceful Woman.
New York Times.
"I think it is a foolish fashion
that so many women indulge--that
of telling their age wrongly," said
the woman with the prem:.urely
gray hair. "I can honestly say
that I never practice it inyself."
"No?" said her friend, withI
many tmeanings in the monosyl
"'Well ." said tihe first speaker,
with a smile--she was a woman
with a sense of humor-" the nliet is'
I dlon't have to. I have a way of
making myself out younger than I
aum, if I wi'shm to, without telling a
fib at al."
"Really?'' inquired the other
curiously. "'In what way ?'
"I1 put the burden of the fib all
upon the questioner. You see,
when one of my dlear woman friends
--it is alwvays women who are etu
rious on this point-asks mec how
old I am I say: 'Oh, I' m a year
or -two older than you, you knmow,
my (lear-at least a year older. Let
me see, nowv, hmow old1 are you Y
And then she always knocks more
joff my~ age than I should ever have
7.he nerve to do myself!''
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G. G . EN Woodhnm, N. i
AREA Receiving New and Up-to-Date Furniture every day,
.WE AR and have the biggest line of House Furnishing Goods
ever opened in Newberry. Bed Room Suits from $8.oo to $125.oo, Roll
Foot Beds $5.oo to $25.oo, Dressers $3.75 to $25.00, Ward Robes, Side
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At Newberry Hardware Company's Old Stand.
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Small Savings are the Stepping
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*Will in 10 years amount to $ 1416 00 n
$5.00 will in 10 years
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The Commercial Bank
of Newberry, S. C. October 14. 1902.
Mr. W. G. Mayes,
I ____Newherry, S. C.
_____________________________My dear si.:-lt gives me muel
- - ______ pleasure to relate mny experienc
with the WVatermianz's Ideal F'ountai
P'en. The first one I owned:
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