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ra' Union Bureau of
-4Conduoted by the
uth Ckrolina Farmers' Eduea
tIonal and Co-Operation Union.
ommunieations Intended for this
metbshould be addressed to J. C
we'have heard of some metn saying
hat their cotton (lid not cost them
,,V yMujCh to make it as they and their
vWn fatnily did all the work. Now,
that old fool should he took out. to the
thicket. and warmed up a little ntil
his heart moved away from his
stomach to its proper place.
Degin now to fight cotton bearsnext.
fall by sowing down at. leat hailf yomr
cotton Crop in fall lts.
If your cot ton rows are 3 .1-3 feet
drill inl only (wo rows ot'oris, mne oi
each side of cot.ton stalke. Use a six
nch plow on your cotton phinter aid
drill abouit one bushel of pure, clean
.'winter grown oats to tle nere in be
tween the cotton rows and leave Ile
trenelh open. 'Thle seed1 w%-ill voille n1 y
anld grow all rigli Iaind n1olt freeze otll
if you have the hardy winter n-rviliz
variety of seed oats.
You lmay knock ft4' a fte holls ol'
cotton lby pliain in outs now,1 buti
these hlils enn he savel just tile same.
flotting in the oat ernp early will
often double the yield.
Save all tile cow pwa seed in si,ht t
Cow. pells are fite feed for man and
lieast. Cottll is kinm_- and thet Cow pe
is the quee of' tle SouthI01
(live lis pltity :lts nr. C. W w I s to
)laek ip, onr vion '
hanlds of oem
Sate's. ion n n
heAr' 0nt 01f businll-.t
WheIt1 vo,.I )ave A 11 -
the o.':e t
youS haWe 2 .01 111
not 001 t0 e1.11 t .
every ilhInst u \ it: :; .u '..i
eor huet r t'e1 I a p. of :att
tel .1 and let 's all \\o0k tozet her the t'i
good ot' all.
New Officers of the National Farmers er
.\t 1the a"nu:1.1 tI0t tinQ held at Tex- t"
arka 11:1111hm ot' the Far-1i1ers Fdu- ni
Cationl1 ald CO-operaitive 1.nionl of eo
Amer1ioa was elbled to the simple to
and1 shor'tr name 111 ft " 1Far-Iner v . . a
imn. We ilke the T'hn1Ie of IIame.. d
'harles %. 'Narzt, of A .\ nIt, . ,
iL'.r i\', Striiblinz: 1. halve just got' 2
wo'rk in my tffice from thei great Tex
arkaa~ meeiu, wl~"hery 1 !2ad the0 plea- i
smvI\ of matin i2 e b2 y fromit1l all the
WVe had O'ne of the et'estest een.veni
All the del egates were pleased with
tionl of the' South. 1, wi th maniuy oth
ers~V was o.urmied to see every plae
pa th e M,twt mark and now 2 let.1
ns" sii "' '? wIa a 'dp5 the e2.
~enms for o'r m ier, het sit still in
The, F zners'XionD will havet abett
400~ .ttonr war iosaes ready for this
Our e'-+perationr docn 't need a eet- d
Ston co.mpanmy, we )have t.he ctton, and
are goire~ to ke'ep for 31 cents,
tin is the cot ton 1' keepv. and ug h
Uintrade mark onit 'heth
nii1s im heycan spin Unon p
. a$y. rBi, Stribling, the mills used1
000,OO bales of !ottoni last, year, I<
trd don't they want about 16,000M,0
his year? And we can't supply the
)y four or five millions, but y(
mow they will take it all at our pri<
f we will lot them have it. I sa
Ill that big cotton crop in the oth
itates and it is sorry like ours, bi
rou must. not tell it because we farn
rs believe what the other follo
Iays, so keep quiet.
I also hand youl my cotton reporl
North Carolini plenty of crabgram
( ie)rgia, lly e Inoug for two year.
Alallianf, hay ellolglh for thre
Soultih Cl-olinla, if they save it, ha,
1o1011.1h f'r Ifour years.
M ississippi, plenty burrs and ho
Arkansas, Lolisialna and Texaf
ientyi of weed, worms and weevils.
Y4urs for suleee!cs,
B. F. Earle.
Thle 1lall of pitting up five dollan
er hale to take up tle weak vottol,
I1' 11t market is a good one. Quite -
it of weak Cot toll Ilas alreetly heell
lel of1 tile 111arket hv Fart'1
nlio11 li. Illt . inl ortder to e01inar:A
it, silliat io , we linst ac 11POll il
"anined lilan1 in- a broad way.
.\. otlher splendid start has ben.1
a-ide by the Oklaiona 1rikon o c
ol priet-s by each farner maki:n as
.1i1 ei o! nll !,is eotton to t.ir
ate aizent to be s d by v it'. t pr s
f CMon is the Battle Yell of
the Farner's Union.
~'e Southn who' cr this
I' birav0d the t n d
ken aind t eas,mable alid cni
1!e priWe ot' 1'e. for their 0otton, and
thev ha\ e to dlo to -et it i. to stand
9e. or any other old dirty prie i:z
e whini ng, subimissive. subdued,
nkin. son? of the ulnorgalni'ed.
Iek kelit'd. uilalliv alit d (owa rlly
ItOn _rower tihat i .s noW seen run
I ho t I le st reets with a bnhell of
toln Ili lis 113111 leZii some onie
take oft' hit hands this most vahi
le aI world-wide eoiitereial pro
Wt of the Oil.
Ne, do have a little Imallaohood about
1 1 aclin. So -illy. KeeI
t, faiean n h
1 ouS' -4.n*ougzh itn wveigh.t to pa'
I'ei 00i.1 intere-.t. (br own texperi
nee by- actual est proved this to h
~e faot lasi .easou, F.levetn eents to
il m the linit it just 11 times bet te
han selling th li'totton seed f'or onu
ilnt per lb. l'ut your eot ton away i
he seed and let thet lint take up al
hie oil possible.
It your' repuitation is as ioodI asi
houl.d lhe, you cani borrow money o
eed tot t.'n stored in isolated1 saf
laues about as e'asy as you eani get ad
a.'s ont a gro'wing erop.
Dinner Table Talk.
Whves'inu a lam'ent able dia
er.yec :a he t'S.'.ms:5i\'e lu
Memory Bells for Love,rs.
M em orv bells am~ toys pwaliar I
apt-an. and are giiven by Japanes
-oh tothi swthearts. The
re constra:ed of s3ips ouf glass s
elicately iised3 that the last vibra
ion s*Ms themu .in;ding. The memor;
ells are tr in a 'window, where thi
xdi i' se :'e'a in rnwziiin. Th
A umian 's idea ofi a i answe~r ?
havte a niIto, at h.er )iuAmai. boa
)0 SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERT
M The undersigned as executor of
.e W. Perkins, deceased, will sell at (
w late residence of J. W. Perkins, d
I ceased, all of the personal proper
belonging to said deceased, on Tuesdi
V October 9, 1900. Ternis cash.
J. T. McColdlough1,
Notice is hereby given that Certil
cate No. 109 for two shares of the cal
e ital stock of The Commercial Bank %
Newberry. S. C., heretofore issued I
Y Miss Lou M. Baikniight, has been los
and on the 6th day of October. 1901
|application will be made to, sai
bank by the undersig_ned, as Admini:
trators of the personal estate of tlh
said Miss L. M. Bauknight. to issu
a certiticate in lieu of the said hm;
T. 11. Rauknight.
M Vay E. Poppenheim,
Admllinistrators of the estate of Lou
Coal! Coal!! Coal!!
I am making arrange
ments to establish a coa
yard and will be in posi
tion to supply your wantu
for both hard and soft coal.
Should you wish to buy
your winter supply for
August or September de
livery I would be pleased
to quote you prices.
See me before buying,
I can deliver any tiie af
ter August 15.
S. B. JONES.
For Sale by
C. H. CANNON.
Merely a matter of
earn, keeps growing e
prising after you have
People fall into the he
thoughtlessly, and im;
you are bcunid to succ
We pay 4 per cent
Why not open an a
R. C. CARLISLE, V-Pres.
W THY is it that the averag
money and property
4 him to be? It isn't because1
average man is industrious a:
$30,000 in the past ten year:
much serious thought either1
ous thought would teach him
w ~ould spend carefully and sa
places any man ahead of his
A Bank Account helps
- money, makes it easier t<
and to have a growing bal
perne. We invite your a
4 pe~r cent. Interest Pi
The Bank f4
Shoes, Hats, Ck
J. & P. Colts Spool T
They are now sollhp s '
hair worth 60c, for 4Sc
I- Mohair worth .,'00 fvw
worth 60c. -for
worth 60 for 4sc, l N
cloith w TTh 'M I, f ^
any of h 'er i . e. e , i k)
STORE YOUR COTToN.
Greervile. Grer.woo. O.
b. Aiders-on. Newberrv.
LOW STORAGE RATES.
WVE INl'RE YO~R COTTON.
Receipt; good a.
Ino-:ire of your local manager for!
ra:es or address
CHAS. T. LIPSCOMB,
Secretarv Standard Warehouse
Com.an.y Columbia, S. C.
Room for your cbtton.
Take no chance, b u t us safe
and WHISKEY HABITS
cured at home with
o~i.Book of pr
0 UP I U tuarunt RS
D. M.*WOO.Y M D.
"a' 6 ""officei N. PryorAte..
;pending less than youl
asier too, becomes sur
practiced it for a while,
ibit of spending money;
igine they cannoct save.
5ss and carefulness and,
interest on Savings.
erry, S. C.
M. L. SPEARMAN, Cashier
G. B. CROMER, Atty.
man is worth so much less in
than we have a right to expect
ie diont make the money, for the
1J has earned from $10,000 to
3.it is because he doesn't give
o0 his tncome or his outgo. Seri
the trua value of a dollar; then he
ve steadily. That system soon
you to realiz, the value of
>band)e your financial affairs
ance after paving necessary ex
ecount ano .a helsp you to save.
er cWa BoqKt
Lid in SinsDepartment.
r Yone Savin=.
i Co. Dry Gc
OMILS trTED THP-IR STOCK
Athing, Dry Good4
tM "PT "s 11o) maed to I
W4h W1 bars Cbds.
L0V&y Nia 11 iverVth $ i,25
mhwir Worth $
Nw he M.1 hAir worth C
diti i woh 60c
Nors BilliiA e worth i
CO'S DRY GOOD!
W. E. PELHAI
We s& Stre Remedies,
as is Reliable. A e guara
Faction with every packag
When your doctor wrt
Dring or send it to us. O1
preparing medicines. W
practices; we use purest
make our highest aim to c
ishes. Our prices are re
THE BANK OF I
Capital Stock - -
Undivided profits -
Interest allowed at rate of 4 per
Special attention to farmers'
small, none too large to enlist our b<
to meet and greet you. Call in.
A. G. Wise, President. G
J. F. Browvne, Cashier. I
Board of Dii
N. L. Black. A. H. Hawkin:
S. S. Birge. J. S. Wheeler,
C. P. Boozer. G. Y. Hunter
THE PEOPLE'S NA
PROS PE Rl
Paid up Ca ital, . . .
Protection to Depositors
DIRECTORS: Burglar Prc
GEG. JOHNTNE. Polt and
JOS. H. HUNTER. We want ye
R. L. LUTHER. We invite ii
J. A.C. KIBLER We do aco
JOHN B. FELLERS. ciples.
W. P. PUGH.
G. W. BOWERS. We receive
J. P. BOWERS. $1.00 up,
H. C. MOSET.EY. serni-annual
Frank R. Hui
Real Estate, Stocks, Bor
Office Over Hera]
If you want to Buy, Sell or
Upon application at our 0
to price and show r.i
we havr. in
FRANK. R. HJUN'
i and Notions.
In Spool With Each $1,00
for 98c., Plaid Mo
1.00 for 78c., Blue
iOc. for 48c., Zebiline
for 48c., Brilliantine
5c. for 24c., Broad
d. all colors, worth 25c. for
11 worth 35C. for 24C.
'i1rs, 'rom Ioe. to 25C., Outing,
Ix gNad to show these goods to
uge. to $0.-, which we are
What you buy of
ntee Absolute Satis
a sent out.
Es your prescription
ir main business is
. allow no slip-shod
medicines only. We
:arry out the doctor's
Newberry, S. C.
7Y, S. C.
- - $25,000,0o
- - 12,160.00
cent. on time deposits.
accounts. No account too
,st attention. It is a pleasure
. Y. Hunter, Vice-President.
[unt, Hunt & Hunter, Attys.
.P. B. Warner
J. F. Browne.
A. 0. Wise.
'Y, S. C.
. 25,000 00
... 3,500 00
., 25,000 00
. . $53,500 00
riserva tire tusir ess on LUairLess pri
S et interest aloe,pyable
riter & Co.
ids and Mortgages
d and News,
Exchange Real Estate
ifiee we will be glad~
y property that