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Union Bureau of
Wonduoted by the
arolina Farmers' Eduea
4nd Co-Operation Union.
-Munications intended for this
nent shoUld be addressed to J. C
9g, Pendleton, S. C.
't forget to send stamped onvel
in making inquiries of the Far
rs' Union Bureau. If the answer
not worth the stamped envelope
't ask for it.
1i, our duty and we take pleasure
gi ,1g all information to farmers
ur. liue. When our committee do
ki oW the thing you' ask about we
in ouch with people that do
w. ut as it is against our rules
spocu te or make charges for giv
infor ation it is the fair thing
you to postage.
n our next 'eek's communication
the press we arb'to begin publishing
results of our co-oporative experi
nts with field crops and fertilizers
conducted by the Farmers' Union
reau and the South Carolina Ex
he first of these will be the Wil
son method of growing corn
tunting''-these reports will be
en in the boiled down plain field
k as one farmer talks to another
th all the ''high falootipg'' college
)iguage trimmed off.
All newspapers in South Carolina
at will send one cent stamped envel
es will receive these copis regularly
Mondays of each week and releas
d to all papers for publication every
hat About the "Farmers' Cotton
If you do not "belong to Gideoi.s
and' and wish to know all about
he "Farmers' Cotton Union" just
slip your dollar in the slot at the Far
ers' Union door and walk right in
hmong your best neighbors where you
can ''watch the cat jump,'' and if he
don't jump to suit you, you can have
a chance at making things move to
Between the prices of 9c. and 1le.
for cotton there is a good suit of
clothing for the boy or complete rig
ging for a girl, or a cooking stove for
the wife, or suit of bedroom furniture
for one roorni on each bale of cotton.
Who has done most to-save this profit
for the faithful if it was not done by
the Farmers' Union?
The Anderson Daily Mail sizes the
thing up so: ''The English spinners
are coming over here to show the cot
ton growers how to grow cotton ai)d
the cotton growers are going to show
the English spinners how to price it."
That is a bright spark from a live
Something New Down South in Dixie.
All of a sudden, since the Farmers'
Union have begun to name their
prices for their cotton, cotton buyers
are talking a heap ab)out it taking twvo
to make a trade. Now this a brand
newv idea with cotton buyers who have
for lo these many years been naming
the prices and cotton growers were
forced to take their price, Then it
took but one to make the trade. But
now the Farmers' Union proposes to
do their part of the pricing of their
own goods and see to it that cotton
buyers take their turn at the taking
at the producers prices.
Ever see twvo boys see-sawing on a
plank pivoted in the crack of a fence?I
Watch them when one end gets too
heavy to balance just right, the other
fellow drops back on the heavy end,
then things rock along smooth again.
These boys know more about their
game than the cotton growers do that
keep right on piling the cotton on the
heavy end of the cotton market and
then set back and go to howling about
cotton* prices not going up. Moral:
When the selling end of the cotton
market gets too heavy just slide the
cotton ihi the wvarehouse or back home
until the thing balances up again.
S. B. JONES'
R ESTAU RANT
IS THE PLACE TO GET
Good Things to Eat
ON SHORT NOUEIOE AND
AT MODERATE PEICES.
Oysters on Half Shel. Oysters any
Style.. Fish, Game, Steak, in fact
Everything that the market affords.
Patronage of Ladies Solicited.
Opposite Newberry Hotel Officee and
Next Door to Pool Room.
LOOK FORl THE SIGN
The Commercial Ba
Interest Paid in S
The Bank fo
Jno. M. Kinard, Pres. 0. B. May
You are cordially in%
bank. Every facility c
Promptness, - CourtE
tion to the wants of ou
the established policy
We pay 4 per cent
account is earnestly s(
J. D. DAVENI
*E R. HIPP, V
M. L. SPEAR
We Will Offer Our Sto
ing, Hats, Shoe
This sale is made imperative 1
other quarters early in the ne,
large lines of goods as we d(
want to sell 'em. No goods c
out on approbation. We quot
idea how cheap you can buy fi
Calicoes, per yard . .4 1-2 and 5 J.-2c
Ginghams, per yard . . 4 and 5 1-2e
Dress goods. .. . 11, 13, 19, 23 and up
Cashmners, brilliantines, etc 38 to 99c
White homespun, 6 yards for 25 ets
Checked homespun, per yd. 4 1-2 to 6e
Jeans for pants, per yd 13, 16, 18, 23c
Other pants goods, per yd. 23 to 37e
Outing, per yd.. .. .. ..7 to 9 cents
Flannelette, per yd...8 1-2 cents
Chrockery, Glassware and Tinware al
Notions, Neckware, etc., at cost.
We offer tobacco in 101b. boxes at 2!
cents and up.
Monkey and Parrot baking powder,
cents a can.
Mendleson's Lye, 5 cents a can, 6 fo:
Boy's suits, 35 cents, $1.00 $1.2
and lip. .
Men's suits, $3.99, $4.67, $5.00 an,
All Goods at
that will last a life time is what yo
want. Our Or gans have a pure toni
and lovely cases. We can suppi
every particula forthalt$6 an $1
delivered. Write us for our spechi
terms of payment, and foi illustratiori
of the beautiful Organs referred to.
If you prefer a Piano we have beat
tiful and good new Uprights from $1f!
up on easy terms.<des.
Malone's Music House,
c.UAMBIA, S. C.'
Capital $50,000.00. Surplus $40,000.OC
DEAR ME! DID YOU EVER!
Here'sI my page on the ledger at my
bank and I've a lot more to my credit
than I ever dreamed of. Yes, Mr.
Saint Nicholas, that's true. You see
A POPULAR BANK
like The Commercial Bank, of New
berry, S. C., means prosperity to those
whose accounts we handle. That's the
rule, and not the exception. We'd like
to interview you and have you open
an account this Christmas time.
ik of Newberry, S. C.
r Your Savings.
er, Vice-Pres. J. Y. McFall, Cashier
erry, S. C.
ited to make this your
f modern banking is at
sy and Careful Atten
r customers, has been
of this bank.
interest in Savings De
d tWice a year. Your
i for TEN Days!
ok of Dry Goods, Cloth
s, Etc., at Greatly
y the fact that we will move to
w year and we must close out
)n't' want to move them. We
harged during this sale, or sent
z a few prices to give you an
om us during this sale.
Men's $5.00 shoes for $4.37.
Meni's $|[4.00 shoes for $3.43.
Mcin's $3.50 and $3.00 shoes for
Men 's $2.50 and $2.00 shoes for
Women's $3.00 Patent Leather
Shoes for $2.38.
Women's $2.50 shoes for $1.98.
Women's $1.50 shoes for $1.29.
Women 's heavier shoes for $1. .07.
Children's shoes at 40 eints per
pair and up.
Boy's and Men's shoes at 88 ets.
to $1.13 per pair.
Men's $1.50 hats at 90 cents.
COME AND SEE FOR YOUSSELF.
~IITY, S. C.
The undersigned as administratrla
of W. B. 'Oxner, 'deceased, will, on
a the 21st day of December, 1900, sell
e at his late residence in Maybinton
V the following personal property of
which the said W. B. Oxner died selz
1l ed and possessed:
HIorse, buggy, wagon, piano, house
.hodd and kitchen furniture, lot of
5 Iblacksmith and wheclright tools.
Annie P. Oxner,
The Pacific Mutual
Its peculiar legal organization makes it the str,
40 years old, It gives the greatest guarantees w
cost. Its non-participating rates are less than at
lowing are the rates per $1,ooq on non-participa
WHOLE 20 PAYMENT W]
AoE LI4E. LIFE. AGE L
20 $14 65 $22 60 35 2
21 15 00 22 95 36 2
22 15 35 22 30 3 2
23 15 70 23 70 39 2
24 16 o5 24 10 39 2
25 1645 2455 40 2
26 685 25 00 41 21
27 17 30 25 45 42 2
28 17 75 25 90 43 2
29 18 25 2640 44 2
30 18 75 26 95 45 3
31 19 25 27 50 46 3
32 19 84 2805 47 3
33 20 40 28 60 48 3
34 21 05 29 20 49 3
The "Pacific Mutua
$40,000,000 of its stockholders' private fortun
Fund for every policy holder of this Company.
profit from what policy holders pay in.
It is 40 years old. It has over $ioo,ooo,ooo of
the most liberal policies of any Lite Company. I
more cash and more paid up Insurance at end of
largest dividends of any company doing business
Call to see us.
Office over old Post Office.
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FWANT TO SELL YO
I have been In the business a long time, and
Send me an order and let me prove It.
My prices are as low as good whiskey can b
meet the competition of unscrupulous dealers, I'll retirl
I anm doing business on the
prepay expressage, but secure yet
My prices are as low as you
I Bhgp All Order
Life Insurance Company.
)ngest Life Insurance Company in America. It is nearly
ritten in the Policies of any Insurance Company at less
iy other company doing business in this section. The fol
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1 70 i9 85 50 38 15 4450
2 40 30 50 51 39 90 4600
515 3120 52 4175 4760
S90 31 95 53 43 75 4930
1 75 32 70 54 45 85 5115
500 33 50 55 48io 5310
55 3435 56 5050 5520
F55 35 25 57 53 10 5745
S6o 36 20 58 55 855985
70 37 20 59 58 80 6245
> 38 25 60 61 95 6525
2 15 3935 6I 65 30 68t6
2 5' 40 50 62 68 7145
195 4175 63 737495
S5 O 43 10 64 78 35 7876
s Assets of the Company.
I Life" is the Company
8 Is, by the State Lawt~ of C.ifotrnia, ai guarianteed Safety
Stockholders, according to 1,:tw and Charter, derivc no
busincss in force in jo Statcs and Territories. It. writer,
At writes all Forms of policies. It 1ruaran(ces inithe policy
premium paying peiod than any company. It pays
in South Carolina.
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