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heated to the point of . Where pressure water Is used
boiling, whilo breakfast ; this malleable iron pin.extensio
moA" is cooking. When water water front, which has more
gets too hot reservoir o feating surface than any
can be moved away other, supplies abundance
from fire by shifting of hot water to X
- - Wh eaver shown. all parts of the house It takes
-' Place of reservoir.
LETTER FROM LAURENS. the better p)lace.
You have one constable for New
Farmer Newberrian Writes Interest- herrey count.v under the Carey-Coth
ingly About Things-Town or irani law. WVe have t wio of thecse ofli
* Country? Man versus Dog. ei,ils. I'll hat C.iffI Willimns will
..comec as niea r runin g in blind tigers
Tylersville, Laurens Co., S. C., as anyi mian th le governor could have
April the last. appoinited. That is his reputationl
H-erald and News: I loo(k for somlethling doing. Tihe blind
Tjaking my grip (a la grippe) I tigers wvill have tol wear the strongest
left tihe burg aity to get rid of i i magmlfyinlg glasses to see howv to
the quiet counltry for a few days. As escapel the Buford-Williams conmbinami
there is niothling valuable in thle grp t ion. Shleri ff Duckett of Laurens
0ne who oiwns it does not mind lcav- says Sheri ft Buford is thle best slher
ing it anywhere. alt.hough it costs itf ini the state. Sheriff D)ucket t has
more to let it get away than it does no roomi to) talk-he is oneC of the
to secure i. Itis better to gvthanl best hnnllselfC. BothI of these omceers
totreceive. will stand for~ reelect on and ifa
repuitatio tIha t extenids far anld wvid<
Isnt't it a healthy relief, Editor, to counIts for any thling iln thlis directior
get to tile co(untrmy? Most people see it is going to take hard work to beat
inceline~d to crowd inito the lreadO(y them, if any are looking to that as
crowded cities. If I owiied and one of tihe probabilities of t.he nexi
could( work a farm I 'd stay on it- elect ion. '' As at present advised '' il
But people are always wanting whlich doesn 't appear to 1)e One of tile possi.
they don't have and can't get. If I bilities.
s were a farmer I reckon I'd want to Begothre ntesiklt
move in, too, to give the children bet- aeno ciuaLdfr ew,a
ter seih001 facilities, and get them in- vn et.tect evrldy ~
to society'. Thlat is' if I was that kindido'tkwthlaett.htpin
f a farmer. It is all ,righit to hlave Ada iw sol eswiesr
' >e't ter school facilities and1 move in
~ oeie.ty, lbut some of fthe brightestedfsla(1htIwilntge
rnay meni and women in all the ages of saeadcl.
-en -jhe world had nlothing but rurIAl i '1'nrstiiehv a
10 1schooling and advantages. It seemsabuth 11sotfwetrash
to me that if I lived on a good farm freshr lv a,te nwt
ni a beautifuli locality where it wvascoitin ftle a sbete*ha
iealthful and the water wvas purl1e JI (01( eltlei
1' would be satisfied. But maybe I MyrBono ebryi i
4goudni't and mayble I doll't know MyoBahoLaen-iyht.
v,hat I am talking about. All thle samestc itoofedran echs
it seems to me I would lie satisfied,.tclrfrdig vltletik
Pure water, freshl air, quiet aind re-rih,ea(lesocneqne.I
freshing sleep), contentment beinlgiSorut ,o,tatthyavse
bett'er than riches, it seems to me, hlfleiicisadloiefre
are worthl lots more thani lots of oth- Silo' hm
en"things. In the city, breathing tile Raigtl illuiei fM
akiity dust anid foul air of night turn-Oo..Crm's'iiltanOaF
.ed into day by noisy trains and otl-h- pes'naem tiik(fmna
er disturbinlg elements of civilization.do.Iidyuerthn, dto
In the country, breathling the puireho la liemn nd ogaeI
atmosphere of a quiet. neighlborhoodl, mnaeio iedg,~osae
sooted o sumbe bythesoftsouds eing ourta hereion t sc lit tI
of .lienat ralvoies o th nihbaring deft that hit sveral heays n1
3 wlel'eone aii raw he daper ot owo lied laeta that dosnt
hisconch about hdifres and lihont ok ok ot, o will dotiv e wi
phe~ali drelil 'ake t te y A a the wt o rmo ik.ee he mha
1'OIii(, it seil to e tle canty ui t hego sansot oeth er faith
We heartily invite our friends to call any d
The MAJESTIC MALLEABLE and steel range as
throughout the country as par excellence, and far ahead
IRON BODY in place of Steel, making it double its val
Malleable and Charcoal Iron, you can readily see that if
WANT YOU TO CALL at our store during this week
i BuDIES ; let us explain why it is the best material for r
- We want you to call if you intend to buy or not, as the :
Hot Coffee at
Come any day next week and have buttered hot bisc
while you wait.
Handsome Set ol
With every range sold during this deionstration w
cent of $7.50. Tlhis ware will be ou exhibition at our st
n see it, and you will agree with us that it cannot be boug
Come in any day.
he you intend
H ardware Co.,
heard, and get out of the way of the low, will take char-c of ie deeora
silent man who hasni't told every- tioni.
body what lie was goin_,- to (10 withl Roseiont Cemetery.
you. Thlein there are good dogs and ~ .A ~i~~ Iu
had dos You nmeet a striang.e dog dit .4 'qi,.tii' rIiteh
and1( speak to him he'll show friend - y Fa iicIai ,1. '. \la
Ii ness anid sociability, you meet an- ~o ~creJo iloe .K Iih
ot her st range dlog anid speaik to him, ,I.D 'epit,U.W IIlO)l,A
he'll exhibit a snar:e and go on. So ~ Jc,S .Al,J1.Ws,C J
with men. Some are kind and pleas- 'i~'lFaiieMtn,.M.)ni,
ant, others are mean and selfish. As . aitu,P..Elio .I.
with men, so with (dogs when it comesWllc,I.. el,FrnMo,
to gratitude and( appreciat ion--some Tii il miiWce,E Vl
nieveri forget a favor, while others ~ El od 1"ii(02~t S
forge't it t he next day and (10 you a .I. W llg, \.(' Sw lnhr.
meain turn besides. [lie c'om i on Oi \a S itI,IYvi t %i la
conld he lin-ocee'dedJ w ith, b)ut eingh tne 'I.M Isa ,.J.I.\ViIiii
about man vrsus (log., wstsSIll tae chacrg,e oes, decoa
ing or hr a ong hile We hougt re.- . FAn. Bun, ilnu Me
lock,and ome i Jannary,l)Wt it FI eair Fanni 1'':mt J. i . eo la-ite
was oly a eluson an a 51 hon'. Georgei't hsto hne o. it pro-h
Withtheadvet o sprng,1)af J. ~'D. avest, wo d .corlond, A.u't
thing. Outhere hey bat al tho eeiill, Fannite Marutin, B.v M.iIC'ha (enis
old hins sch s ''akig Iliebu . lvati. Mati,,1 P. nie. clisar W. ('(r.i(5
l)il ow, n (1 uch ike. Tab4e ii Joh: e wl nWicer E.-v Wil-i
II. II. . M .. W lln,W. . S;'i wilenberer.
for Sth,em. lhgor.Aa
FORMohnALDA.toneT Comtee .lWat;
abou ma vesusdog 0li .e alie. Hare I,( iut;e, Ni a iifiu
Comteuerew hv Apon eAessb wait-l~ic .M n,A 1 ai
Ren . oh erhonw-iner ree odthougnhtigr l.W.Il
tok,an eti.eranuary butMae, it.Ioo,.1 I"
wa s Col ie de lus ion an li a 1s nd eV. W I arau 1.l.Ui c
Wit hew adentte ls of ' r ing, t eoot 1 it . .(h~iuw'. ih
chilren r aeou d oors''I i ng waitr hs C'm'i, W tc.~ eaiiiai 5'
thee first liens,ndsayingand maingesIj'e rfi.Oa iIoi
) fthe )s .toi her tiherbeat ate'os oa,li re l'vl,IaLn
U.ld) Chin, buh oisl t"maken chre anbudt-nsSiine,lhgihcSii
- fte Chatey -eland thwillbrk' e.; ess ,onB.Mys,W
.thes hldienf city make te eat
p isw, adsc lo g i tehc v Ih'(lalmilo'Ii 'mrilc ~
~ l~l).iig Ii IliPe olderso he perot . Genevi I ievemIni s,'l' Luy' (ipeers;
t ('aiisM, wh. Frank( Hyinnud Wiltiam Mi
C ra.bynd 1i-(dr ilh '0ll. iZ. F. Wrih.idx ''~iil2 a
s iip(e y Ili I~V..Jouiregnhiiv tsk thayt.nhm brofipo
ail( afer he xerise attheavNi liOpea thoe C mteim edite
yhuethcomtesasoti(lyb-~ i'r Che A.li Bowma exeirci,
ay during the above mentioned week and we will
superior qualities of the
: Malleable and
formerly turned out by the Majestic people has been considered
of any other range made. But with the NEW CHARCOAL
ue, and the fact that it is the only range in existence made of
quality is considered, the Majestic leads by a big margir.. WE
., and let us explain this new feature:--CHARCOAL IRON
ange bodies, and incidentally why it is not used on other ranges.
nformation gained will serve you in the future.
uits and hot coffee. Biscuits baked on a Majestic in three minutes
will give absolutely FREE one set of MAl:jcstic ware wvorth every
ore. Everything useful, ornamental and durable. Collie in and
ht for a cent less than $7.50 and it is che1ap at that.
ou are welcome whether
to buy or not.
Newberry, S. C.
Capital $50,000. Surplus $14,000
The Bank 01 Prosperity,.
Prosperity, S. C.
Tr his Bank was established to assist you in building a for
tune. It will so care for your money that it is absolutely se
cure, and you can have it whenever you want it. And if you
join the financial family it will prove your good friend in time
of need. It insures you the best service and convenience.
Make a deposit today, Every fortune has grown frorn a
4 per cent on money in the Savings Department.
Geo. Y. Hunter, President. J. S. Wheeler, V. Pres.
J. F. Browne, Cashier.
Mesdamelis W\. ". Ewarti, it. I). Sith,l j iittei, probVilingL al leai one dlecora
It. Mlart'in, Friank llater, I". ZA. Wil- West End Cemetery. .
son . L . Spearim an, ifenryw Parr; Mr's .J b! IIniighley, chia n; Mes
Misses Lois Fain, Anita Davison~, dom' "usie 3.Tmkn lf
l'osterI Marioni, l"redl D)ii eki'. illions for J te gi.aves at. WestI ind
The ebhairnan;ii otf Ibis co,initte c 'P emetI'ry, mriet bii at thle hiomle of.
asks t hat (eacii(ih embe mii',' hir HI one of1 the members)'.
the operia hotuse at -1 o 'elock Thurs- I JhseGaead
(lay, May 9.Ms.al Simn, hirn,
Village Graveyard Committee. M'(afe ...MCay 1 .Kn
J. W . Chappell; MissesliiEffiie (irillii,
Alice I Iornsby.rreIinr t.tm !'ae i.
All al I Is r'Johiistonec Graveyard.t
m.i' v~' id i ad atly a t r uiI) Mr ~ st. Lall i m os, ca,wil ha ir man a
Thiuis l comi e tteek will ovb w dcor
Crozer Mnumet Comitta.ions forak Jonsetone braveypard
\l~ an''IL( . Fiie, . . to~'iiI,I mm iiee at sen the gre atk
All aof this eoninittep is asked to aepo it txscm al n
mraeyar withm~siimedi te y o fter ubi