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awlt of' tho sovial timl lnhor aw.iss
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Amoviomi ma%lh Whe%% ho ktl t\alsh
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burg and mysolf bonght the enti
Patriot plinit from Mr, parks fok
cortabi som of money, ho paying ,t1
olitanti debt. After We took
msotil df the property Mr. 'Pat
Ingloted that we pay tIle outstandilt
dobtt, antmoting to about $500 whih
wo doelinid to do upon the grmt
that1 thilk WaM no0t, AuMI(Abilh it) 011
otalit, Th11 mattor hM41. tn oel
titd ltwomi Mr. Parks and ii
SOt t'3'aly hlovolminig at pomollal ma1
tor, Mr. P1Aks anld 1yelt' had pleal
omit 11mtss IAllationls prior to tI
s ot' 'aIMriot, Ailomta of thrw
00mMti Iottt to wot', I armted tim;
SC', I had tiot mvii it, l'arks t
sevYOntw imwiiltl-Amitil thit day of ill
lit'tniltly, whtl I saw him pa.
111thoIh 0'hmoh stvlet, I stayed i
th pontimng ot'i'oo inl khuivh striv
tho mo-st of' 11he wmin1g, whent f'iliall
my t'athor askod me toi get the ma
As he wanted to iad the puper.
lokeidt win Ot stive t tfilt, aud li
Seeitig Mr, Vr'ls I wot it the }x
ot't'i%-,\ s I palssed Olo-e' dn
stolv i1% goilig I Mrw Ot, arkssan
ing inl tnt ot loseh' stiv. hi
back- lo wo,
"\'he' I got the imait I went t
Mtr, I athvp's ot'fie to at ted t
o'utI s~tart.\ ,. 2 V to' my~ }%Iace qit ha:
i by a,: wa,'\ the wavr ot' the voul
louse\. 'ho I was aboult the middl
of the svet v saw Mr, an
Mrt, FamxAkoittixg onl the sue}l
' the old Pat iot e't'iei nex.t to Mt
e 's O'wtoe. lk\ ite t
aidim 1 t urn~ed to mAy let' ani
and oliN e a ilh I stayn ini hi
\\iu! 11 w shed to' a\ind y ltx m'a
nya lr.l d MI. , 1a%d sw i
*as sa\ tor: Ne\ i
A\,\ M-r,1 1"Ak
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litf-" I .. ~ h ri 1.:'7 ' id
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ThreeU0(ll T :1I
L OW8itfQ.964 V'l::
uttlN e w sif ct h
iat W ll 14 MM 4 : tv i -
e ticks later in life withoxit harm. Bi
a if cattle are raised on ltAnd on whie
e there are no ticks and are afterward
I- moved to tick-infested. lairft, the
s will become infected With th.4iseasi
g They will also suffer the di0ae I
I they remain on the land d1""whie
d they were raised 'and tiek-itifeste
ir cattlie are intrdued among them.
1- lteciuse of these facts the' edor
- (lovernment has established a quarai
I- tine line acrmss the country dividin
s the regions infested with tieki froi
e those In which there are no ticks. N
it eattle can he tmoved from the tiet
infested regions acoss this quarat
ir tino line except when they are bein
i shipped t'or hntehering to a slaughtei
s h0nse Wit'lh has dilet railrad e0
It net i0n. South Carolina is plaoed bt
.t lowv thtis quarantine line among tIh
y tIek-inested regionls. Hence, Cattl
i cannot he shipped 'rom this state t
points above the Aluarantine line ey
it cept tor immediate slaughter. Catil
t for dairy pturXse., or t'or feeding
g hrveding arv barivd This. the mar
et Cf or0 the cattle t'wheed in the stat
s is considerably restricted,
Some of the states included withi
o the iek-infested area, notably Vii
o inia. North Carolina. Texas and ot
g laholia, which had within their boxnxi
aries an arva in which tieks existe
01ny on a few farms or ranches, ham
e sneeeded in having snehi arvas abov
d the quarantine line. thus optning ne'
Warkets f'r the cattle raised thervit
This was acomplished by the passa
O f a law by the legislaturv establist
ing a state quarantine dividing th
eslightly int'estedl alva fivil the othw
Iapat of the stzte and the eradicatie
eof 0( tiks froml the infested plac
.V u the slightly inested arva, Whe
hese cnidtions Welv brought abet
he, Stae,m atne 'ine Was then
d%IVe by41h Fedleral G-overnwxe
ad n'd a . of the -ational qu:.
et \a'ina as in
* f thsats meterd in a g
e ! .: ei th state ino' th pas
S :': 'w te e'e tiek h.
- w<r:,:e1".1 adexisis e
BELOW THE AVERAGE
'4 1~:414 4:! 4j. -tv
TtAy allThY ognied Her.
1i The four old captains of Salt Marsh
9 after earefully' studing the attrac
tions offered by the mind reader who
. was to hold forth in the towt hall,
f decided to attend the entertainmenit.
1i "We en go right from the post
a office when -mail's in,,'' said Capt.
Gregg, most adventurous of the four,
I 4and there doesn't seem to be any
tneed to consilt our women folks so as
T know. Most likely ve shan't stay
k more'n a few minutes.'
0 Tey were ill agreed as to advisa
ivqity of this phn. and the next even
- r saw them seated in the last row,
L with interest written on their faces.
Atter-a few prehlinaly exhibitions
whiih emnsed ,the seat tered audience
to gaso and wriggle, the mind reader
0 said. in a.solemn tone:
"1 There is (ie person in this au
k dience who has beetin thinking evier
sinc e e-lme in here of a person who
iz perhaps the strongest inflnence ir
hi- A ift-smllall. determined looking
w01m1an. with eyes that snap and-''
e At this point the four old eaptains
rose as if moved by a single spring
aid :iled from the hal. When they
reAehed the safety of the steps. Capt.
Grhg tuned to the otlhers and spoke
i. a hoase sowhisper:
WIeh one do you suppose she
i n'e.. lt
Long Tennessee Fight.
For twenty years W. L Rawls, of
Bells. Tenn., fought nasal catarrh. He
e writes: "The swelling and soreness in
side my nose was fearful, till I began
applying Bucklen's Arnica Salve to the
sore surface; this caused the soreness
and swelling to disappear, never to re
turn."' Best salve in existence. 25c.
at W. E, Pelham & Son, Druggists.
4" o." Is lie feel
A Miraculous Cure.
The following statement by H. N
kdams and wife. Henrietta. Pa.. will
I te-st parents and others. "A mirae
-.O s eure has taken place in our home.
tur child had " enea 3 years and was
pman d3 inr.urable, when we read
alua: Elwirie: Bi:tters. ar.d eencluded
Stry S: BefoV the se..d bottle was
a2 tken we r.:Mi a change for the
-. ' -::er t' o omles he
mmi nsrer to tse 1Ste
'l ubre wtha teniMe ach. ad
4%ers gW e r ui te d N wh Casre
T FQ0%s If-,s vviv d - .: e Mk Ve ..kyrs
"Im/feerdWt I LtrMcNeL.,Iar
eer'et en r e.-e
sa Qur uso. .msed a W a
Peha N. Sar Om iss.ee :
T H E :*i' .
e Bes - Cd.~
Mr. tiousc .oler
It has always been MY dts toma.
eure for my cus
tomers the best
of everything at
the lowest po601
paint in particu
lar, I am pleased
to announce that
have accepted the
for Hammar Con
densed P a i n t,
which is guaran
teed for five years
with, back of this
guarantee, the great St. Louis House o
Hammar, with a half million dollarl
cash capital and a third of a century
reputation for honorable dealing.
There is no guess work about Ham
mar Paint. We sell you the paint and
It isn't ready mixed. You can mix
it yourself. and all you need to do it
with is a stick.
Paint lives only so long as the oil in
When you mix the paint with oil
yourself, which takes but a minute, we
absolutely guarantee it to wear for five
years and to look well at the end of
By purchasing the fresh oil sepa
rately and taking a minute's time to
mix it with Hammar Paint you save
25%. which means in a nutshell that
you have not paid for canned oil at
One gallon Hammar Paint and one
gallon linseed oil covers six hundred
square feet of surface, two coats, which
is the close.st sticking, farthest spread
inp. and longest lasting paint in the
Come in and talk it over. There is
mothing else like Hammar Paint.
Bowers & Dominick, Prosperity, S. C
If a woman can't break somc
1mans heart she gets reckless and
ibreaks her own
New Cure for Epilepsy.
S. B. Waterman, of '"atertown, 0.
Rural free delivery, writes: My daugh
ter, afflicted for years with epilepsy
was cured by Dr. Rings New Life Pills
She has not had an attack for over tw<
years Best body cleansers and lifi
bivng tonic pills on earth. Vc. al
W. E. Pelham & Son's drug store.
The Big I
10 yds. good Dress La
10 yds. White Lawn a
10 yds. Figured Printc
10 yds. 4-4 Sheeting
10 yds. good Check'd i
10 yds.40-in. Mollohor
l0Oyds. Ginghams at o
10 Bars Octagon Soap
10 Plugs Chewing Tob
10 Boxes Sardines at o
10 lbs. A. & H. Bulk So
Now is the Time. Y
The Man that Hi
the contract for
your new build
ing see W. T. Liv
ingston. B e s t
Lock Box No. 59.,
Newberry, S. C.
J. W. WHITE.
A PIANO OR OBGAN FOR YOU,
To the head of every family Wh
ambitious for the future and uai
of his children, we have a Special .
piton to make.
ot Article in the home shows t4
e of culture that does a Pianoor
Orga. Noaccomplishment gives a
muchFleasure or is of as At value Ta
after life as the knowledg of Muk
and the ability to play wef
Our Small Payment Plan makes the
ownership of ahigh grade Piano or Or.
Juestlafew dollars down and a saHi
payTent each month or or
semi annual and the "tm t s
Write us to-day for Catalogue" &M
our Special t of Easy pay.
Malone's Music Ho"
Columbia, S. C.
10 St ik
wn at only 35bcts.
t only 49
; at only 45
at only 59 "
iomnespun at only 43
da at only 25"
~ou Must Strike while
n is Hot.
es His Own Row.