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Fairview, Dec. 29.-We had a
rain Friday which was very good
on small grain, although we hated
to see it rain on Christmas day.
Mrs. J. \V. Morris has been con
fined to her bed the past few days,
but hope to see her out soon again.
Mr. John Harmon and family
visited Mr. J. A. Baker's family
There was a social giveni at the
residence of Mr. Eariiest Fulner on
last 2nd Saturday night; about io
girls and 25 boys were present.
There was one also at Mr. West
Lindler's;about 18 girls and 5o boys
Mr. Ben Moore of Newberry Cot
ton Mill is at home visiting his
I guess Santa Claus visited the
little folk,3 Christmas Eve which
was very gratifying to them.
Our school at Fairview will
vacate this week for Christmas.
Mr. M. C. Morris who has been
drumming for the King ~ardware
Co., is taksng a few days for Christ
Mr. Sam Moore, of Columbia, is
at home visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Moore.
Misses Mary and Bertha Harmou
of near Selwood are visiting friends
Messrs Jesse Har mon and Charley
Swygert of near Selwood have been
visiting friends around Fairview.
Mr. Bright Bowers of near Piney
Woods ,is visiting his Cousins in
M-1 isses Mar and Alma Coinelv
al.so Mliss Ml-ary Long are visiting
their frined.; near Selwood.
Miss Sailie Warn of near Bates
burg has,been visiting Misses Mary
mi11d Nora Fulller.
Miss Ida Voods of Newberry
has been visiting Mr. JohnI Mills
There Vas a cake walk and social
given at Mr. Pat Martin's on last
Monday night: also one at Mrs.
IIarriet Long's Saturday evening.
Mr. L. 1). Morris says, "good
morniiig friends, that I shall be inl
the race next summer for the office
of Supervisor for Newbery county,
would like to inform my friends of
the fact, if they expect to run for
the same office I shall advise them
not to appear, I would hate to see
them defeated for I shall be the
Supervisor myself,' ete, etc,
I remain, wishing all a happy
newv year. IL. M. M.
Resolut.ions adopted by the
Woman's Missionary Society of
Mt. Zion Baptist Church Dccemnber
Whlereas, in his inscrutab)le wis
domi and lov2, G~od has seen best to
call from this life to the life more
abundant one of our beloved memn
bers, Mrs. James Workman, and
whereas she wvas a faithful and ex
emplary member of our church and
society, so that by her removal we
have sustained a loss that is irrepa
ble, therefore be it
Resolved 1. That in the death
of our sister the church and
society have lost a faithful member.
2. Tihat while we mourn our loss
we bowv in hulmb)le submission to
our H-eavenly Father who rules in
love and wisdonm.
3. That we extend to her rel
atives ou r sympathies C'mmendlCilinog
thiemi to hi iml who11 is able to b ear
Mus. J R. Smo 'I. %..
\Is J . l mru,
W\ lhen biliouis utry :uua o f' ( amber( -.
latin's tOmaclh and(1 Liver' Tabulets anduc
reaize for on~ce hiow~. gaily a first--elas
upj-to-da~te med(:iine w'ill correct thme dlis..
order. Fo)r sale byv Sinith Driug Co.,
Nervberry, Prosperi ty Drug C2o.. Prmos
Tillnan's Trhtm if.
New York Sun. .
The Hion. Joseph Welden Bailey
of the coustitution and Texas in.
structed the Senate of the United
States at some length oil the history
of the Democratic party last week
Comparing its present sittuation in
the Senate, where its members, he
declared, had carried "idepemdence
to the point of insibordination,"
with the splendid discipliie of the
Repuiblicanis, amountimng to "abjct
submissioti," lie cried in ringing
"With such an organizationl par
suilig such a loftly pnrp)ose, those
who, initoxicated with thcir power,
n1OW aflect to despise us shall learn
that it is as true in politics as it is
in loly Writ that 'pride goeti bw
fore a fall.'
'ile Hoi. Benjamin R. Tilhman,
the dispensary king, arose slowly.
He reproved Mr. Bailey with a
glance, and said:
" 'Pride goeth before destrue
Let The Congressional Record
tell the story of this incident:
"Mr. Bailey-The Senator from
South Carolina corrects my quot
ation and I would be glad to amend
by making it 'destruction' if the
people will carry his amendment
"'M1r. Tillman-'Pride goeth be
fore desLitrction, and a haighty
spirit before a fall.'
'Mr. Bailey--The Senator froml
South Carolina is so much hetter
vel-Sed In the Biblc
"I. TilhnImIn-Th-"!I inl te h.
"N. 11.1icy-Het? is so m1eh1 hC
ter vers.d in the Bible than I am
thiit I always yield to his 04rCC
Th,n Ni .rIih. tc ntiviicd bl
Spe-:C li. t h Ch m ishi) inl 11il,01
a] resareh having bee 1n bmo-!.w\v(1
uponl Mr. Tilh'-an bN thOemnQ o
of the constitu tiol. A graccint anid
WIWuchin lint"' iden(CIt inl the lives (0'l%Vw )
stl ii st atesmenvil.
W(T ANTlE i). .- Manager for iew
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Newberry. Write promptly, wit h refer
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: fAoned r.-m - f'm* con
umption. "' Vatn plenty of
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consu1mptive 50Q and 100
Salt pork is good if a man
can stomach it. [he idea
behind it is that fat is the
food the conumnpt iv\e needs
ern method of feeding fatt
the consumptive. P~ork is too
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Scott's Emulsion is the most
refined of fats, especially
prepared for easy digestion.
Feeding him fat in this
way, which is often the only
way, is half the battle, but
Scott's Emulsion does more
than that. Therc is some.
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