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11 DEMONSTRATION WORK.
B Call Issued for Meeting to bo Held
V near Columbia Saturday?Largo
Attendance is Urged.
K Preparations are being completed
tor the meeting, near Columbia, next
f Saturday, at whit-l, the new system
of farm demonstration work will bo
shown by the department of agriculture.
A number of addresses will bo
made and the scheme for "farming
that pays wil be fully outlined bv
The Columbia chamber of commerce
and the farmers around Columbia
are preparing to care for those
who will attend the meeting, and the
outlook is for a most successful gathering.
All who wil come are urged to
notify the entertainment committee
of the chamber of commerce, Wil(iaui
The call issued to the farmers of
lie State goes into the particulars
f the meeting and is as follows:
'To the Farmers of South Carolina:
"On behalf of the ottlce of farm
nanageinent, bureau of plant indusry,
United States department of ag-1
iculture, the State department of I
griculturo and a committee on agiculture
ot the Columbia Chamber
f commerce, T wish to extend to you
cordial invitation to attend the
looting and demonstration work to
e held, near Columbia, on August 15, '
icident to the inauguration of the
ew system of farm demonstration
'ork, which the United States deartmcnt
is undertaking to establish
i the different States of the Union;
outh Carolina being selected as tlie
tato in which tin; first efforts are to
3 made. T have applied to the rail>ad
lines for cheap rates on account
this occasion, and if secured new
anrio-ncements will be immediately
| It would be best for farmers, who '
desire to see the practical preparaf
lion ot. land .for iwntor cove rcrops
< and legumes, the employment of mod
ern machinery and other practical de|
monstrations, to arrive in Columbia
[ on the evening of the 14th. On the
morning of the loth at .10 o'clock a
will leave lrom the front of (he capitol
and proceed to the Gonzales
frani, several miles north of the city,
which farm has been selected as the
central demonstration farm, and at
which farm these practical meetings
[will be held once a month during the
12 months of the yoar.v
"On arriving at tho farm the United
States experts will divide the visiting
farmers into groups and a practical
demons) rat ion with aceoinpanving
explanations will begin. About
noon a special car will be boarded and
all visitors will be carried, at the invitation
of the Columbia chamber of
commerce, to tin* Ridgewood Countrv
club house, where, in the main hali,
the meeting will be conducted. At
it hi.-? meeting there will be addresses
on lines related to the work bv (he
agrieul!urisl of (lie United States department
of agriculture, Dr. Spillman.
or his chief assistant, Dr.
Brodie; by Dr. (Goodrich of the Unit'
ed Stales department, who has been
placed in charge of :,J1 ?f ||,is now
I work in the Southern Stales; Mr.
| Merriinan, in direct elmrce of the
farm; Dr. Sliles of the United Slates
departmenl. who is lo be in direct
charge in South Carolina; Prof. ITnrUi
i the direct or of (he Slale experiment
'<1 at ion, and others.
| "To this meeting the farmers of
(the entire SHIe ami members of their
families are invited. During I he progress
of | he meel ing I ho chamber of
commerce commillees will furnish
the e-uests will, a light lunch and refreshments,
so that it will be unnec(essnrv
for nnv one to leave the meelinar
to return to the cilv for dinner.
1 here has been for mnnv venrs
an earuesl desire on the part of farmers
to benefit by such practical demonstration
wor kas is to be conducted
by I he government henceforward?the
class of work that has
proved so beneficial in Canada, and
those farmers who follow the course
(of flic series of meetings to be held
it litis ecu!nil location during the
year should, and doubtless will,
greatly benefit (herefrom. 1 I nisi lhal
there will be a good attendance on
the initial meeting, if for no other
reason than to make it ;i manifestation
of interest in I he work lhal the
ogvernment is inaugural ing, and of
appreciation on the part of Uie farmers
in South Carolina of the preference
shown by the federal government
in behalf of our Slate. 1
trust that every farmer in the Stat
who can make il convenient to he
away from his place on this dale will
attend (his meeting.
"R J. Wtson,
! DR. HUIET'S A11-1 Teal ing Liniment,
the best household remodv on the
market, try it and. be convinced.
JH Mayes' Drug Store.
SPECIAL SUMMER EXCURSIONS
Via Southern Railway.
Extremely low round trip week-end
excursion tickets are now on sale for
all trains Saturdays and for Sunday
morning trains only, to Isle of Palms,
Tybee; also to many attractive mountain
resort points, from principal
stations in South Carolina. Tickets
good to return until Tuesday follow- j
ing dato of sale.
Also special Sunday excursion rates
from Columbia, Augusta and inter-!
mediate stations to Isle of Palms and '
For details, rates, etc., apply to i
Southern Railway agents, or
J. C. Lusk,
Division Passenger Agent,
Charleston, S. C.
J. L. Meek,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.,
NOTICE TO OVERSEERS OP
ROADS AND LAND OWNERS!
All overseers in the county of Newberry
are hereby notified to put their
respective sections in goot? condition
by September 1st next. And all landowners
are hereby notified to clean
out all streams upon and adjacent
to their lands by said time, and to
keep the same clear of all obstructions
to a free and uninterrupted
flow of sand and water through the
Herein fail not, on pain of the
penally that will fall thereon.
P?y order of the board.
J. Mon roe Wicker,
II. C. ITollowav,
July 27. 1908.
Run July 28, Aug. 4. 11, 18, 25.
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
Via Southern Railway.
Round trip summer excursion
tickets to seashore and mountain resort
points are now on sale via
Southern Railway at greatly reduced
rates. Tickets good returning until
October 31st, 1908. Asheville,
Wavnesville, ITcndersonvillc, in the
'Land of the Sky"; Lake Toxaway
and the "Beautiful Sapphire Country,"
now in their glory.
Apply to Southern Railway agents
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DKSTINATIONS I 2 8 ?
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Abbeville S. C. $5.1
Asheville N. C. 7.2
Brevard " 7.5
Flat Rock " 6.4
Glenn Springs.^ S. C. 5.5
Greenville " ! 5.5
I-Ietidersonville N. C. 6.5
Hot Springs '' 8.5
Lake Toxaway " 8.5
Lincolnton " 7.7
Lenoir " 7.5
Marion " 7.2
Rutlierfordton ' 7.2
Saluda " 6.3
Shelby " 7.2
Spartanburg S. C. 5.5
Tate Springs Tenn
Tryon N. C. 6.3
Waterloo (HarrisSpgs.) vS. C. 5.0
Waynesville X. C. S.5
Walhalla S. C. 5.7
White Stone Springs. . . " 5.5
Children over Five
From Augusta, tickets sold only fo
and Walhalla, tickets will be sold
From Poil Royal, Beaufort, tickets
^ for Train No. 43, August 14th, i
From Ye masse, Allendale and Fai
Via other routes for train No 41
ALL TICKETS WILL Hi CAR FI1
Let everybody take ad\
The Charleston &, V\/es
For Schedules and any
K. W. MATHEWS, Commercial /
for rates, tickets, etc.
J. C. Lusk,
Division Passenger Agent.
J. L. Meek, Charleston, S. C
Asst. Gen'l Passenger Agt.,
Seaboard Air Lino, August 14th, An
nual Mountain and Seashore
For the above occasion the Sea
i board will sell extremely low rat<
tickets to Portsmouth, Va., Wiling
ton, N. C., and other summer resorts
! Tickets sold Aug. 14th, good return
ing until September 1st. The follow
ing rates will apply:
, Columbia, S. C., to Portsmouth
| Va., $8.00.
Columbia, S. C., to Wilmington
Nr. < \, .$(5.00.
Through sleepers ami first class
| day coaches will be operated to Ports
| mouth and Richmond for this ocasiot
I without change of cars. For furthci
information and Pullman reservatioi
| write J. S. Ktchberger, T. I*. A., Co
! lumbia, S. C.
! To the Democratic Voters of New
j T am a candidate for the house o
j representatives. T would say to tin
t vo'ers and citizens of Newberr\
town and county that t am In favoi
oi local option, and especially a conn
I t-.v distillery, located in some conven
j iont place, and with a capacity of no
If you are lo
and style look it
you will see all
and styles in Po
I Western Can
nd South Carolir
I I IMIBI Bill || II ?
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2 2 2
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5 4.001 ! Leave Augu
5 6-5?| $4-20! $3-35! " Oreei
o 6.50! 4.25 3.40 Arrive Watt
o 540; 3.40; 2.55! << Laur
?! 4-5o. 3-00 2.00! <4 n
o 4.00j ; ....I if e
0 5-5o 3.501 2.65] ' Glen
o 7-25 5-45 4-6o| " Tryo
0 7-50 4-95 4 IO| " Saluc
5 7-5? 4 35 3-5?i " Kbit
? 6-75 5-95 5-ioj ?
5 7.00; 5.25 4.45 (<
5 6.50 4.35 3.55 litevj
o 5.30 3.10 2.25 " Lake
5 6-50 3 30 2.50 " Ashe
0 i'??: " Hot !
8-50; ? .
o 5,00 2.85 2.00 u
o 3.00 Leave Align
0 7-25 5-10 4-25 Arrive Anth
5 5 r>? ! " Wall
o[ 4.00 .. ..! ....
and under Twelve Yea
lTE OF SALE AND LI !\
r Train No. 1, leaving, 10: ro a in ,
t from Augusta for Train No. 7, lea>
via Augusta, sold only for Train .]
rfax, tickets via Augusta, will be s<
, August 14th 1908.
STAL LIMIT, SliPTKMBKR 2nd,
/antage of this opportu
Tier Resorts of the Car
stern Carolina Railway
ute to all Carolina Resi
further information, call on, or ad
^gent. I'RXI'.ST \V1
807 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
loss a hundred gallons per day.
am in favor of a distillery been
the manufacture and sale of liq
* brings in more revenue than any i
or commodity. The distillery to
only sound fruit and grain in
manufacture of the liquor; no che
" cals to be used to enlarge the yi
For example, we will make a inal
matical calculation to see what
will cost to run a distillery full t
i for twelve months: Corn, 18,250 hi
els at (50c. per bushel, will be $
' 0f)0 for one year. Labor, ton mer
$10.00 per month, $.'$,000 per y<
Wood. $2,190 per year, three cc
per day at $2.00 per cord, rfovc
' incut tax, $.1(1,500 per year. Yi
1(5,500 gallons, which will sell at $
' per gallon, makig $14(5,000, the t<
expense being $51,210, leaving a >
* fit of $02,7(50.
, This profit can be applied to
L. building of permanent roads
, other county expenses, which will
away with levying a special lax
real estate for that purpose.
Wo thv undersigned will furnis
r first class barbecue <>n campaign
- at Jolly Street on August 18th, l!
W. TT. Counts.
t B. R liikard.
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oking for qualit
t my window an
the new coloi
olina Railway t
3 in North
ra? ? CT?c?ag?i??
Kni'LIv FROM AUGUSTA
sta i o:oo a
nvood 12-57 P
iiioo (HarrisSprings) .... 1.28 p,
11 Springs 6:30
ird 10:25 a.
Toxa way 11140
Springs, 3:12 a. in., or. . . 8:00 a.
1st a 6.30
j rso n [ i :oo
lalla 2: rop
rs of Age Half Rates.
August 14th, except to Auder
zing Augusta 6:30a. in., August 1.;
^3, August 13th. \'ia other rot
jhl for Train Xo. 41, of August 1;
inity to visit the Famo
is the Quickest and Be
dress any ticket agent or
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rest Paid in Our Sav~ I
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il and Electrical
'ing with A. B. English
r, Newberry, S. C.
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Uriesof till' S\ ii< id c,| South Carolina.
Cluistiou lioiui* .school.
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