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State uhainnrin \\it e1 Jones
has called a : eeting o the deio
cratic executive comttee to be
held in Columbia ,n Tuesday even
ing. April 5 il the office of the sec
retarv of state. The Columbia cor
respondent of the News and Cour
ier has already begun again the ag
atation for amending the rules ofi
the party "so as to do away with
te horrible nuisance of a county
to county campaign" It is suggested
that only seven campaign meetings
be held. one in each congressional
district, and "then if the people will
have speaking let invitations be ex
tended by the county committees.,
Th6 Augusta Chronicle states in
a three-column first-page head one
day that the "Hearst hoom in
Georgia won't set country aflame."
and another day in a column edi
torial it seeks to prove that the
Hearst boom in Georgia "died a
bornin'." All of which goes to
show that the Augusta Chronicle
is mightily afraid that the Hearst
boom in Georgia is a pretty strong
The increase in the price of cot
ton brings with it the increase in
the price of the manufactured ar
ticle, but with higher prices there is
Mn%re money and everybody feels
better and farming will be more
profitable. Already people who
quitted the farms when cotton was
at six cents are going back. We
want to see the farmer on top once
more and we trust the price of cot
ton will remain at a good price un
til after the fanner sells the next
crop at least.
But with it we also have one dol
lar wheat and that means more for
the flour we buy. In this countrv
we should grow our own bread
and raise our own meat. The farm
er who does it will make money.
The increase in the sale of fer
tilizer this year findicates that the!
farmers are preparing to plant
Mavbinton. March 3.-Mr. J. C.
Jeter 'and Miss Sallie Whitney were
married at the hospitable home of
the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
W\. B. WVhitney, on the might of
the 24th of February. The bride
is a charming young lady and had
endekared herself to many frends
who wish,.that her journey through
life may be full of happiness. Mr.
Jeter is a prosperous planter or
The attendants were:
Miss Helen Hardy. maid of lhon
or. with Mr. Herbert Thomas. ot
Miss Daisy Whitney with Mr. J.
Coleman. of Carlisle.
Miss Lois Chappell. of Fairfield
county, with Mr. WV. [I. Turner.
The bride was gowvned in white
silk. The bridal march was play
ed by Mrs. WVood, of Pacolet.
A~n elegant supper was served
after the ceremony, which was per
formed by the Rev. Mr. Justus, or
On the night following the bri
dal party were given a reception by
Mrs. P.~H. Jeter, ot near Carlisle.
The nre" en were delightfully
emtertainedI last night at a dinner
giveni he Mr.. T. WV. White at l's
residence. Mr. White is chici of
the der artmuent in Newhe rry
It 1:a, been~ fund by the L~nited
State'. geolo rgical surrey inlat
';vm :ns'w :iu iJ' glcer' and spread
ing Over an area or no( less than
::.: r r mies
ihat a bir<d has icnerv is no1t
doulltcd. It is a marvelaus teat of
mem ,r t * go to the tr.pics tor
the lwinter alI return ill thle sprin1
t the V ry spot-ko the exact tree.
punI!ihment fer muitrder in ..jrme
;t. . im 0 et
awakem I>y beating the so1es of hi-;
feet and thiz treatriemii ceonit1e
tmi!h Iie'. .\t l ,i e t nine (0
tenl da,- the. victim breathes 1ise
Europ-e . has a p(pulatin f 334.
o00.ooo. with two thir!.s million
!1WL V4e w1i1en1 than men.
The pearl tsheries of West Aus
tralia employ. The average ycild
per boat per season is S4.000.
Pursuant to an Order of His Honor.
D. A. Townsend. Presiding Judge,
dated February 9th. 1904. appointing
me as Referee to take testimony and
report same on the first day of next
Court in reference to the matters set
out in Paragraph IV of the present
ment of the Grand Jury as to "puni
tive measurers of an excessive na
ture" being practiced by those in
charge of the County Chain Gang. I
will hold Reference and begin to take
tetimony in said matter at my office
on Law Range. Newberry. S. C.. on
Wednesday, March 9th. 1904, at ii
o'clock a. m.. and from day to day
thereafter until concluded.
All persons who have any interest
in said matter, either as witnesses or
accused are hereby notified to be on
hand promptly. -
FRED H. DOMINICK,
Newberry., S. C.. Referee.
Feb. 25. 1904.
We have the best:
variety of these.
Buist's New Crop Seed! :
Tha.'s what we have. We are
the caterers to the women, and
will come pretty near sup;>3ying
all their wants, whether small or
great. Our stock is well selected,
comprising all the little things as
well as the bigones. Some things
we want to call your attention to.
OQUx Black Hosieru,
They never change color. Un
derwear of all kinds. Gloves,
Handkerchiefs, Notions, W. B.,
America's Leading Corset, all
styles to fit all figures. Embroi
dery, White Goods, Laces, Dress
One Day's Cash Silt Sale.
WEDNESDAY, March 2nd, your
C. & G. S.
T HEY STAND
It is intended to repre
.E ij sent an American woman
wearing an "Elite" Petti
N coat. Both are positively
"Top Notches." Neither
~>, ~*~can be excelled.
We've used particular
care in buying Petticoats,
7 and all we ask is that you
Tij~ See our 98c. window
[ vE~LTC display. Skirts in stock
"'UINsERSUl from 98c. to $4.00.
TlleSe StiliS Pit lly SIZ Lady.
Our Spring Goods con
tinue to come, and we are
in position to dto a lively
" W~ WALL PAPEER KEPT IN STOCK.
Southeastern Lime & Cement Co.
CH APRLESTON. S. C.
Buiding Material of all kinds. High Grade
Write for prices.
Cured by Keeley Institute of sOuth Carolina
~~329 ~ :.ad St- -- . I3 . . :mbia S.. Confidential correspondende solicited.
WNe want to impress
upon the people of the
city and county that
when they have any
thing to buy in Men's
Shirts, Hats, Pants,
Collars and Cuffs that
our store is the place
to buy it. You can al-i
ways feel sure when;
you have spent a dollar
at A. C. JONES' that
you have got a little
better value and a little
more for your money'
than you get anywhere
else. He spends from
three to four months a
year in New York
where he can keep tho
roughly posted in the
styles and get all the
inside low prices on
everything he needs
for his trade.
Mr. Jones has authorized 'Mr.
W. F. Ewart, his manager, to mark
down every article in the store ex
cept the cloljing. to the lowest
and to mark every suit of clothing
down to first invoice cost. We are
going out of clothing, except pants,
and there is a lot of good suits left
that you can get a suit as low as
they were sold the Ewart-Piter Co.
by the dozen suits without any
freight added. Come and see us
often. Tell your friends about us
A. C. JONES, Proirlctr.
W. F. EWART, ezr.
Newberry, S. C , March 4, 1904.
There are many things
to be bought in
Rose Gly cerine.
T~hese and a number,
of other Toilet prepa
rations are right in sea
son now. And there is;
a host of things that
"ciaim all seasons for
their own," and which;
we can supply better
than any other store in
town. It might not be
inappropriat to men
tion among them Hair,
When in town pay
us a visit, on business
or not, we'll be glad to
The Prosperity Drug Co.,
Prosperity, S. C.
The Leading Drug Store.
Mninistratts Sal6 oi Personlal ProDerty
.\s administrator of Dav.id I.
Flmecr. decased. I will sell at his
ate residece in No. 9 Township.
'in .'aturday. M\ arch 19. 190 at
) a.:n.. :he personal property 0!
n\l( 'ic :he f tai Daid 1. Fulme. w as
Jaa has the large,st interest in
M\anchuria. I1 iyoz that country
had 77 / :,ips. with a tonage ot