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One Of The Results
of liberally using our fertMl
- zers. is to pay oZf a mortgage
lowing from Messrs. Wherry
& Son. owners of the Magnolia
r Fruit Farm, Durant. Miss.:
"We made $900) from one acre
strawb-rries, on which o r
fertilizers; were used. Eight
years ago we bought this place
at $20 per acre. It was then
considered to have been worn
out twenty years before, but
r by liberally using
under peas and velvet beans.
we can now grow almost any
thig, nd avebeen ofed
50 per acre for the place. We
ezpriented 'with a great
mnany brands of fertilizers,
bqt And the highest per-cent.
chmaper." Now don'tyou think
Virgnia -Carolina Fertilizers
would enable you to payoff a
'--.wrtgave if you had one?
Well, don't use any other.
Durham, N. C.
Charleston, S. C.
A tlantU4 Ga.
W,.ds 8.d Boo
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been recognized as an up-to
date authority on all
Sarden and Farm Seedl
PartioularIy for southern planting.
Wo7s Seed Book' mailed
free t Farmers and Gardeners
upon request. Write for it.
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.VEGETABLE and FARM SEEDS,
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the ntract fo
your w build
ing se -W. P. Li
ingsto.. B e
Lo kBox No. 59.,
LO~New berry, S. C
R. M. Kennedy,
ewherry, - - S.
OVER NATIONAL BsANK.
$5 BANK DEPOSi
500ato* PRIEQ OUS
DENMARK'S KING DEAD.
Dcath Came With Startling Sadden.
ness to the Dean of The
Crowned Heads of
('IIistian IX. the aged kino of Den
ml:rk. lean of the crown11ed heads of!
knope, fathier of .\ill,- (eor.n. (t
;Ieev,ce, of Queen Alexandra if (reat I
1)itain alnd lIreland. and (f tle D41
Empr 1Smin'ess Mal'ia of Iew dmr-ina
I''l-sia. -riTatl iler of n111'1
Tlaakf4n Nl. and related by bliool I
hy raT'iage to nmost of the l pean
1!T 1 d-d-ilisartlin-'~ -SlIddenn11ess
le .\m1alierg palace ()Il Molda"
a Bernon.lTe accession of Is Sne
vkSsor. P'rice FIre(derick. his eldest
wiN, will e kiowi as Frederick
\~iii. h sbeen proc-laim-fed.
The folliwiig. offivial iulletil wa
issne<l 11his eveninCY:
- is majesty (lied at 3:30o'clock
this afterno<n. After his inajesty
had 1)rought this morn1ing's audience t
to (11clusion. he appeared to be quite
well and proceeded to luneheon as
usual. Toward -the end of the meal
he gave evidence of indisposition and
was compelled to retire to bed at
2::,') p. M. His majesty passed away
peacefully, the sym.ptoms indic;ating t
This bulletin tells coneisely the
story of the death S;eene. whieh found t
every one,. even those who realized
the increasing feebleness of the king,
unprepared for the sudden shock.
The death of King Christian has f
plun-ged half the courts of Europe
into deepest mouriling an11(1d brollglt a t
sense of personal loss as well as
sincere grief to every one throughout
the kingdom of )enmark, even the s
'1-umblest cottager, evidences of which s
are shIo(wn everywhere tonight. It't
has east .a pall over the palaces of C
the monlarcs of ('reat Britain. Rs
sia. Norway and Greece. t
0, WORLD'S SPEED KING.
h Gasoline Car Driven Two Miles In
Less Than a Minute in Ormond
-= Tietor D)emogeot .of France was r
cIrownted speed king'of the world Mon- I
-day-afterno~mn on the D)ayton, Florida.
sauds" after' driving his g'asoline eari
y t.wo miles in the marvelous- time of
G S 4-5 seconds. D)emogeot mai.ntained<
a speed of 123 nilies an hour to make1
rThe two mile a .minute race .elosed<
the automobile tournament for this<
~season. The competition in thisi
event had narrowed down to Mar- .
riott, in the steamer, and to the big .
200-horse power French ear, whq..ever
should drive it. Demogeot wds final-:
Onthe first trial Marriott went,
first, but the best hecould do was one
minute and . three' secon~ds. Demo-.
geot~ bifouiht the dcrowd. to i'ts 'feet by. :,
redlucirn Narriott 'ftime fo 1 mip\ite
1. 2-5 seconds. -
-Ref eiei Miorri ll dedidedl to i le
each car a trial td6 see if thie time i
could. be brought within the minute.
4M'rriott Mme "first again, and this1
time fisfer.. He made the two nules I
ini 59 3-5 seconds. It seemed impos-- <
sihlk that the clumsly looking Fr'enchi
ear' should reduce this. but the Flodi
da Times-Union $1.000 trophy was
*lost to America a few moments later I
when D)emogeot ~thundered over' the<
two mile course in 5S 4-5 seconds, the
fastest speed ever attained by an au
tomobile. D)emogeot was crowned
with a laur'el wreath by Miss Mary
Simriall of O)rmond. F'la.. w'hile sev
eraIli husand per'sons1 chleCeed. An
aultomlobile parade tollowed and this
ended the tournamient.
The other races of1 the dayv were of
Got Even With the Interrupter.
Kansas City Independent.
SThe little man was expounding to
his audience the benefits of physical
culture. "Three years ago," lie said.
"I was a miserable wreck. Now what
do you suppose brought about this
great change in me?"
"What change?" said a voice from,
the audience. There was a succes
sion of loud smiles and some persons
thought to see him collapse.
"" But the little man was not to be
'Will the gentleman who asked
'what chang'e' kindly step up here?"
he asked, suavely. "I shall then be;
kbate oa to explain. That's right!"I
Ineui g-rabhing the wity geiiileuema
b t he nevk " Wheij I tirst too.k ti
physical (ulture I eould )not even lif
I little m1an. nmw (Stliting a<-tion t
V40rd) I (an throw one about Ii k
:1 bundle tf r;s. And he flung th
nteru})ter if' t (liizen yarls alon!
'I 11'st. .eiltleni; ii. that vol w1
we the 'ore olI nrv ar-Ilment. aml
ha' 1; Ve olt h11I1.t this lent leni11C
eelill'S by nl\ ar.I lilent.
TInw'r'e Wel', e I UlY' iteI'!I II l.
Relating to SLreet Diutv in th<
FowIn Of Newherrv, outh Caro
I')e it or(ldainedll by the Mayor anc
IldCrmen of the Town of New
)errv. South Carolina. in Counci
LSSCmbled. and bv, authority. of th(
Section i. That from and aftei
he passage of this ordinance al
)ersons between- the ages of eigl
cen and fifty vears in the Town ol
eewberr,. S. C., are hereby re
juired to perform six dafs labo1
luring each -"ear upon the *street.
)f the said town under the direc
ion of the street overseer, or. tc
)a Three Dollars to the Clerk and
Freasurer of the Town Council'ol
he Tow'n of Newberry each yea.r ii
ieu thereof. which shall be due and
>ayable on or before the first day
>f April, Provided, that a.receipt in
ull of commutation tax shall he is
ued to any person who shall pay
he sane prior to the month o1
*pril: Provided. however, that
tothinc herein 'Co.ntained shall be
o~construed as to (,empt any per
on who shall become a resident ol
he Town of Newberry. at any time
>f inv year, from performing the
abor or paying the commutation
ax herein required.
Section 2. All persons violatina
he provisions of this ordinance by
ailing to perform the said labot
>r pay the said commutation tax it
ieu thereof, shall, upon convictior
hereof, be fined not more than fiv<
lollars or be imprisoned for -nol
nore than ten days or sentenced tc
iard labor on the public wvorks ol
aid Towvn; Provided,, that the pto
risions if. this ordinance. shall~ no
tpply to persons .holdihg a *certifi
:ate of physical disability fromo
eputable licensed physician; sai<
:ertificate- not- to be over one yea)
>1d and any person presenting suel
:ertificate shall make. oath befor<
:he said Clerk and Treasurer tha
uch. disability prevents him froni
nakiig a livelihood -at his usua
vocatioi; nor to ministers of -th
~ospel in actual charge of a congre
ation, teachers employed in th<
>ublic schools, school trustees, an<
niayservice of the State, an'
erson who served -in the late 'vaa
>etwee.n the States, all persoils ac
:ualyemployed in the quarantin<
erice of the. State,, and member:
f the Fire . Dep.artmnent . of .th<
Iown~ of Newberry; ..Pr.ovided
aowver, that., only twenty mem
>ers. of eadh. company of .the sait
epartnienit shall be exempt endea
:he provisions of this section. an<
t shall be the, duty of the secretar2
>f. each company to file with th<
lerk and Treasurer of said Coun
:1 a list of all members of his com
any on or before the first day o
fanuary of each year.
Section 3. That all ordinance:
>r parts of ordinances, inconsisten
vith this ordinance be. and th<
;ame is hereby, repealed.
Done and( ratified under the cor
porate seal of the Town o
(seal) South Carolina. this th
third day of January, A. D
A. T. BROWN,
Eugene S. Werts,
City Clerk and Treasurer.
RLE RIflE RAILROAD
Time Table No. 5.
In Effect November 29, 1905.
Between Belton and Walhalla.
Co. 30 No.122 No. ni No.
. M. A. M1 AR. IL-. P. M. A. X
35 10 25........ eton...- 3 50 10 4
o io ooa. .A nderson... 4 22 a o
... 925.. endleton... 4 47 11 3
( 5 15 11 5
.... 5s....... eneca ...i5 p c
.... .'3...... Wa hala.-. 5 55 1
- J. R. AvnDueRS Supt
NOTICE FINAl. SETTLEMEN
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned will on the 5th day of
February, 1906, make a final set
tIement on the estate of M. L. Kin
ard, deceased, and will immediately
thereafter apply to the Probate
Judge for Newberry County for
Letters Dismissory as Administra
tor of said dstate.
W. W. Kinard,
Newberry, S. C., Jan. 8, 1906.
State of South Carolina,
County of Newberry.
Court of Common Pleas.
Caroline Jones-, Plaintiff,
Jason Jones, et al. Defendants.
Complaint for Partition.
By virtue of an-order of Courti
herein, I will sell at public auction
before the Court House at Newber-:
ry, S. C., on Salesday in February,
1906, all that lot or parcel of land,
of which the late Joseph Jones died
seized and possessed, lying and be
ing in that part of the Town of
Newberry, S. C., known as "Gravel
Town," and bounded by lands of
G'uilford Snowderi, Dr. James Mc-;
tosh and the Southern Railway
Co., fronting5 3.feet dn - Street
a plat of Which will be exhibited on
Terms of sale: One half cash'and
one half . on a credit of twelve
. inths,* with interest from day of
sale with a bond of the purchaser
and a mortgage of the. premises;
with leave to purchaser to antici
pate the payment of the credit por
tion in whole or in part. The build
ing on said lot to be insured and
the policy assigned to the Master.
The purchaser to pay for papers
and recording same.
H. H. Rikard,
Master's Office, Jan. 11, 1906.
For Sale by
C. H. CANNON.
A PIANO OR ORGAN FOR YOU.
To the head of every family who, is
ambitious for the future and education
of his children. we have a Special Pro
No Article in the home :shows the
evidence of culture that does.a Piano or
Organ. No; aceemplhierit gives, as
mucn pleasure or is of' as. great value mn
afe ife'as the knowledge of music
and the ability to play well.
*Our Small Payment Plan makes the
ownership of a high grade -Piano or Or
1ta few dl doWrland a smnalfl
payment ech. month sor quarterly or
semi anniaal[y and the, instrument is
yo rs.t us-to-day for Catalogues and
oui- Speial .Proposition. of..Easy . Pay
mneits. A ddress .
Columbia, S. C.
FASH ION ABLE.
Does not only apply to 'stylish
clothes, but a good, clean
Shave and an up-to-date Hair
- Cut as well. In order to makL
F your toilet complete call at my
Tonsorial Parlor. First-class
work guaranteed. Hot and
CHAS. P. BEECH ER
Under Crotwell IIotel.
(Schedule in F.ffect April 16, 1905.)
- N o. 52. Daily.
*Newberry. ...... ... 1236 p. m1.
Laurens ...... ... .... 1.50 p. m
No. 2. Daily.
.Laurens..... .......-. .50 op.nm.
.Greenwood............ 2.46 p. nm.
.Augusta............-- '5.20 p. m.
Ar. Anderson............ 7.10 p. mn.
* No. 42. Daily.
Lv. Augusta.. . ..... ... ...-----. -.-- 2.35 p. m.
Ar. Allendale.......... . ..........- 4 30 p. m.
Ar. Fairfax............. ..---.----- 441 p. mn.
Ar. Charleston....................--- 7.40 P. i.
r. Beaufort................---. .....6 .30 p. m
r. P'ort Royal..... ..........-..... 6.40 p. m
Ar. Savannah............. .. .-------- . 6-45 p. mn
Ar waycross......... . .......- .----.--- 1000 P. m.
Ar Tacksonville.. .......---------------- .-- ---
No. 1. Daily.
Lv Laurens..........--------------... 2.07 p. m
4Ar Spartanburg .-.........------------ 3.20 p. mn
No. 52. No. 87.
Daily. Ex. Sun
LvILaurens.. ........ -.. 2.09 p. m. 8.co a.mn
ArGiei2ie..... .25 p. m. 1o 205a. in
Fifteen Hundred B
Every Barrel I
""""While it lastlg
Charleston and Wes
v. Laure.s..... ..............
Lv. Augusta.................. .
Ar. Savannab................. .
Ar. Waycross................. .
Ar. Jacksonville ................
Through Pullman Car Service bets
Close connections made at Jacksona
*Round trip winter tourist excursion
Agent, Laurens, S. C.
ERNEST WILLIAS, Gen.]
AIR.- LINE -
Two Daily Pullman Vest
Between SOUTH an
The Best Rates and Rout
Via Richmond and W
Norfolk and Steamei
Louis, Chicago, New~
Points South and Southwe
and Jacksonville and a
PossiTIVELy THE SHORT
aSFor detailed information,
man reservations, etc., appiy
board Air Line Railway, or Jo
Passenger Agent, Columbia,
C.. F. STEWART, As~
W. L BURROUGHS.Tray. I
arrels of That
ent, . . $5.25.
f Patent, 4.50
...... 2.. 1:50-P.*M .
......... .....10:30 " 4
reen Augusta and Jacksonville.
rille for all points South.
tickets to Florida. resorts now
Gen. Agt., Greeville, S C
Pass. Agt., Augusta, Ga.
-*EAST -- WEST.
Ibuled Limited Trains..
dJ NEW YORK.
IG CAR SERVICE,
e to all Eastern Cities
'ashington, or via
~, Louisville, St.
Orleans, and All
11 points in Florida
EST .INE BETWEEN
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