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* FARMER'S CON6 ftESS.
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* Clemson Extension Work-Arti- *
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On August 31 and September 1 and
2 the farmers of this State are invit
ed to assemble at Clemson college for
the purpose of holding a round-up
institute or congress. There will be
assembled at this time at the college
some of the best experts along the
various lines of farming that can be
found in the United States. These
men will talk to the fartners and give
them the benefit of their experience
and study. They have been selected
for this purpose not only for their
scientific training, but also because
they have had a large amount of
practical experience in their special
line and thus will be able to give
practical science. In addition to the
men from outside of the State a num
ber of the most successful farmers of
this State have also been invited and
have consented to give their exper
ience for the benefit of their brother
farmers. But while both of these
classes of speakers insure that those
in attendance will receive valuable in
formation, it is hoped that all who at
tend will realize that the greatest
good can come out of such meetings
only by a free discussion of the sub
jects among the farmers themselves.
It is therefore hoped that those in
attendance will consider that this is
their institute, and will not only ask
questions, but also will not hesitate
to give their own experience. Only
by so doing can this congress be made
the success it should be. After all,
all that the set speech can do is to
suggest ideas and that speech is the
best that arouses the greatest discus
But even if there were no set speech
es, any farmer who comes to the col
lege with the right determination
could not fail to reap rich benefit. It
is but right that every farmer of this
State should be as familiar with the
college as he is with his own farm.
This knowledge can only be gained
by a visit to the college of two or
three days and a close inspection of
this magnificent educational plant
that they have built. Every depart
ment will be open for their inspec
tion with each man of the faculty in
his place, thus affording an oppor
tunity of becoming personally ac
quainted with the work and with the
man. Of these this last is perhaps
the most valuable. When you have
known a man personally, you are
much more willing to accept advice
and suggestions from hinm.
At this meeting it is hoped to form
some permanent organization so that
in the future this may be a real cov
gress with regularly accredited dele
gates. 2'his State needs some such
organization where the business 'of
farming is discussed in all its phases.
The object of this meeting is for
the improvement and Instruction of
those who attend and all who have a
desire for such are invited. It is not
a pleasure gathering and while all
'will be done to make the three days
pleasant, it is hoped that this pleas
ure will come from Interest in the
work. Those who are not interested
in the work of the college and insti
tutes and are bent only upon a frolic
are not invited. Strict order will be
maintained and ample provision has
been made to that end.
The railroads of the State have been
asked to give special rates for this oc
casion and have intimated that such
will be done. As soon as the informa
tion is received from them as to rates
it will be published. All who can had
better come via Calhoun. The college
is one mile from Calhoun on the main
line of the Southern and two miles
from Cherrys Station on the Blue
Ridge railroad. The hack fare from
either station is 25 cents and ample
hacks will be furnished by the livery
man, Mr. Clinkscales, to accommodate
those desiring to ride.
Rooms and beds will be furnished
by the college free, but it will be well
for each person to bring their own
sheets, pillow cases and a light blank
et, as the college can not supply these.
Meals will be supplied at the mess
hall at 35 cents for single meals or
three for $1. The college does not ex
pect any profit from these meals and
will put the full value in the meals
and service. After reaching here a
maximum expenditure of four dollars
should cover every legitimate expense
..-.it will hardly cost any one more
than ten dollars including all expens
es from home and return from the
most distant part of the State.
Upon arrival at the college each
person is to register with the clerk
who will assign rooms, issuing a tick
et to same. Be sure and register and
receive this ticeket, as no one will be
allowed a room who has not a ticket.
This is necessary to prevent confus
ion and preserve order. The meal
~hours will be:
Promptness at meals will be nec
essary. as it will not be possible to
serve them irregularly. The full pro
gram will be published in the next
few days, so commence now to plan
Prof. D. N. Barrow,
Supt. Extension Work.
"Where you frum?" he says, says he
'n I say to dem what asked me,
"Can's you tell 'thout askin'? See!
I's born under de Palmetto tree."
"South Ca'lina? Yes, dat's de spot.
Ain't it warm? Well, no; it's hot.
'n when I die. may mi ole bones rot
Where de roots of date ole tree am sot.
A Splendid Idea.
"How do you know when your hus- I
band forgets to mail the letters you
"I always put a card addressed to
myself among 'em. If I don't get it
the next day, I know. And it only
costs a cent."-Clevelnad Leader. W
NOTICE PRIMARY ELECTION.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
In accordance with the rules of the
Democratic party, a primary election
is hereby called to be held in New
berry county on Tuesday, August 30,
1910, for the following offices: N(
Lieutenant Governor. 100
Secretary of State.
Comptroller General. 101
Adjutant and Inspector General. 102
State Superintendent of Education. 103
Attorney General. 104
Railroad Commissioner. 105
Congress Third District. 106
Three Members of the House of 107
Probate Judge. . -
Magistrate in Respective Town- 110
No vote for House of Representa- 112
tives -shall be counted unless it con- 113
tains as many as three names. li4
The managers of election shall open i
the polls at 8 a. m. and shall close 11
them at 4 p. m.
The following managers have been
appointed to conduct the said elec- i
- Managers. lig
Township Number 1. 120
Ward 1-Jos. H. Hunter, M. M. Sat- 121
terwhite, L. I. Epting. 122
Ward 2-A. C. Welch, B. B. Hiller, 123
Harry W. Dominick.
IWard 3, No. 1-Alex Singleton, War
ren H. Jones, S. S. Langford.
Ward 3, No. 2-L. S. Darby, J. J.
Porter, J. R. Rivers. 124
Ward 4-J. R. Davidson, J. M. Bow
ers, W. W. Hornsby.
Ward 5-Isaac Wesson, Fayette
Odell, Arthur Ward.
Helena-B. F. Goggans, B. E. Ju- 125
lien, W. S. Melton. 126
Hartford-P. M. Hawkins, 3. 3.
Schumpert, George D. Lathrop.
Johnstone-M. R. Brooks, W. P. 127
Fellers, J. H. Willingham. 128
Township Number 2. 129
Garmany-John T. Oxner, John A. 130
Suber, Jr., C. S. Ruff. 131
Mt. Bethel-Joe M. Brown, Eugene 132
Brown, W. H. Wendt.
Mulberry-John M. McCullough, J.
P. Wicker, J. A. Sease. 'E.
Township Number 8. H.
Mt. Pleasant-G. Fred Smith, Geo.
H. Cromer, K. L. Glymph. ShE
Maybinton-W. B. Whitney, B. H.
Maybin, J. L. Thomas.K
Township Number 4.
Whitmire--Jas. D. Tidmarsh, P. B. B
O'Dell, John Morse.
Long Lane-T. E. Chandler, J. S. 1
Glenn, E. C. Folk. C
Township Number 5.
Jalapa-J. W. Johnson, A. A. Sligh,
Kinards-J. A. Dominick, T. H. J
Pope, W. P. Smith. We
Township Number 6.8
Young Mens-J. A. Schroder, F. W. ent
Pitts, J. C. Longshore. C
Longshores---J. W. Wilson, S. E., er,
Senn, D. R. Senn.
Reederville-M. M. Livingston, J. 2
H. Dorroh. D. S. Satterwhite. IW.
Township Number 7.8
Saluda-E. A. Fellers, 3. S. Werts, Rui
H. B. Lindsay.
Chappells-J. L. Watkins, A. P. hat
Coleman, W. R. Smith, Jr.j
IVaughnville-J. Pink Davenport, E. Ge(
C. Johnson, W. R. Leavell. '1
Township Number S. as
Utonia--J. M. Nichols, G. T. Blair, 'I
. A. Foy. * of
Dead Fall-J. F. Stephens, A. P. suc
Werts, W T. Blair. wh
East Riverside-W. L. Buzhardt, ed
Robert Paysinger, Willis Schumpert. has
Township Number 9. tini
Prosperity-M. C. Dominick, M. H. wh
Boozer, J. A. Baker. pat
St. Lukes-N. A. Nichols, R. F. Haw- ma
is. N. E. Taylor.
By direction of the Fn
xy, September 13th, 1!
arehouse Newberry, S.
aimed and refused artic]
, quantity or value.
Sale will commence at :
Newberry, S.IC., Augus
. Articles. Marks.
2 1-2 bbls cider W A Martin
1 bx fixtures
2 cx beans L C Munn
2 cs postum
I stove R W Willis
3 sx peanuts Milling Gc Co
1 bbl eng oil Unknown
1 bx paint Unknown
1 bar steel Unknown
4 sx feed Unknown
1 wash pot N Lipchiz
6 crts plasters D S Company
1 crs wood framing
1 bdle wood framing
1 pee granit curb - Unknown
2 bx's a food i Carrie T. Hook
1 bx glass ware ' S D Duncan
16 pcs lumber Mcgee Const C
1 trunk Unknown
1 mty piano bx a K S Conrad
1 bdle B rails ~. W E Gallegar
1 bdle b ends
1 bx tools ---
65 bl jute bagnJW ibr&0
50 bl jute bagnSumrBo
40 bl jute b'agnUnow
1 bx adv matterTDMorl
1 can disinfectant CAWlim
1 bdl (6) plow handlesUnow
1 crt adv matterUnow
1 bx medicine
3 bx plumbing tool
1 bdl () plowhandwe
1 bx idweUnknown
1 bres plige ol
1 bdle boardt.
5 bdle ties
1 bdle wagon rods
4 iron wagon skeins J W Bolt
4 pr plow handles Unknown
1 Pc iron
8 wagon skeins
1 axle J W Bolt
1 bb1 vinegar Rich Groc Co.
1 Cs adv matter Cudahy Packing Co
1-5 gal paint Anderson Mfg Co
2 bxs Belknap Hdw Co
1 bx soap . Unknown
/L. Mayer. ~No perso
'Neall-T. M. Mills, 3. A. Wise, W. unless his
Long. a Democra
wilton-Jacob W. Long, Rufus E. days before
aly, Robert E. Dowd. After tal
iberty-P. E. Konkle, W. F. Daw- election, t]
Clarence Dominick. the same a
onticello-T. B. Warner, W. C. pol tlists
'nes, D. A. Counts. Chairman
ittle Mountain-J. K. Derrick, A. close of th
heeler, B. H. Miller. Manager
Township Number 10. boxes on a
'nion-M. L. Strauss, R. N. Taylor, office of
. Sligh. court hous
l1y Street-T. A. Ellesor, E. H. boxes, ball
rts, C. T. Werts.
t. Pauls-T. A. Epting, J. B. Bed
augh, J. J. Kibler. Frank R. ]
entral-D. C. Bundrick, B. S. Wick- Sec:
Township Number 11. bri
ion-J. W. Kinard, W. L. Graham, Remedy.
C. Cromer. it, and reli
t. Philips-M. H. Wicker, James cially reco
, Benj. Halfacre. and hawhoor
alton-J. D. Crooks, W. B. Gra- Pia
a, G. T. Brown.
'omaria-H. F. Counts, J. G. Long, Wewl
. J. Wilson. cue at Fo
'he qualifications for voting to be August 26.
follows: the candid
he voter shall be twenty-one years Ithis is one
ge, or shall b.?come so before the ignpa
eeding general election, and be a pinpa
te Democrat, or a negro who vot -____
for General Hampton in 1876, and'
voted the Democratic ticket con- be lasureC
ously since; provided, That no 'Remedy w
te man shall be excluded from your trip t
ticipation in the Democratic pri- obtained c
y who shall take the pledge requr- steamers.
a +s-12 a in nmnertiemate oftei
iEWBERRY & L
ight Claim Agent, I will sell
)10, at the Columbia, Nev
C., for freight and othei
les of freight. Goods sold 1
[0 o'clock A. M. Terms ca
t 9th, 1910.
Destination. No. Articles.
Laurens, S C 133 2 cs apples
134 bx e ware
Laurens, S C 135 1 table
136 1 bbl oil
Laurens, S C 137 2 sx cotton seed
Laurens, S C 138 1 pkg adv matter
Laurens, S C 139 1 bbl notions
Laurens, S C 140 1 pc marble, (brok
Laurens, S C 141 1 bg 2 saddles
Laurens, S C 1 clothes pin
Columbia, S C 142 2 wagon wheels
Columbia, S C 143 1 bbl g ware
1 bx g ware
- ~144 1 bx 1 signs
Columbia, S C 145 1 bx adv matter
Columbia, S C 146 1 bx books
Prosperity, S C 147 1 bx p. matter
Clinton, S C 148 2 bxs picture fram
Clinton, S C 149 1-2 bbl syrup
Clinton, S C 0 1 c gdw powder
Clinton, S C 11Ik yu
Newberry, S C 151bxatig
Newberry, S C 141b rg
Kinard, S C 151b hle
Columbia, S C 161b rmrl
Columbia, S C 151 avmte
Kinard, S C 181b od
Laurens, S C 191s otnse
Laurens, S. 161bCgwr
Laurens, S C162bs16ctoma
CLuren, S C171blkru
Columbia, S CIblpcke
Columbia, S C1-blpike
Laurens, S C171Cscledr
Laurens,SC 13 17 50roes an
~ te sid rimry lec3on 1*al
rnlatng te reslt o 1ai 1 bb * oil* *
~ mangers hall ertif Luhea Curcttof e
within 48hours4aftergth supadte d le
Swil cll or te bllo St Lote's Episcpa
the ecreary,in te1o 2 Cdwelay whee
e her tey il reeie eer Suda g t 11re
ts and full4 1sbperin gnt
plie at bxs.tatedtes.
There 2ibxsopicture fram
rnmededforcougs,1old 1vleg rs byt ower
Evey bdyInvted ad Rv.5 D bshely,es
H. H.and . L.Rut choo evr b ndayod
'cock J1 D. cottnad seed
andtae abotl o~Chin16 Preaching tsloo
oic Chler an Dirrhea 1 Suda nictatdycl
ith you whenstartingwone
Changs ofwateand 167i Fi1 Bast Chworch
~nd i b~c f ~ 169- 2 bbls mol
AURENS R. R.
at public auction on Tues
v,berry and Laurens freight
e charges, the following un
without guarantee of quali
J. W. DENNING, Agent.
Unknown Laurens, S C
Zore Wilson Laurens, S C
Unknown Laurens, S C
Unknown Laurens, S C
Unknown Laurens, S C
Unknown Laurens, S C
Unknown -aurens, S C
:en) Unknown Columbia, S C
Unknown Little Mount'n, S C
Unknown Columbia, S C
Mamie Young Clinton, S C -
A Tarin Clinton, S C
F A Buchanan Clinton, S C '
S H Twingle Clinton, S C
S H Twingle Clinton, S C
s Gordan Port Co Columbia, S C
W B Williams Chapin, S C
J R Blake & Co Chapin, S C
-D F &JE Lorick Irmo S C q~
E HF ~. Chapn, SC
J PMeetze , rmoS C
E BLawton Irmo, SC
American Telephone. Irmo, S C
W J B Chapin, SC
E C Bedenbaugh Newberi-y S C
Lizzie Glenn Newberry S C
Unknowna Laurens, S C
Unknown Laurens, S C
Clinton Cash Cr Clinton, S C
Lizzie Rice Clinton, S C
Mrs E Youlng Clinton, S C
Mrs E Young Clinton, S C
Unknown Prosperity, S C
Unknown Newberry, S C
Boozer Bros. Newberry, S C
tress J J Dean - Newberry, S C
H L Dea~in Newberry, S C
Ed S Daly Newberry, S C
S B Jones Newberry, S C
S B Jones Newberry, S (,
0 W LeRoy' Newberry, S C
Smith Merc Co Kinard, S C
* * * * 'school at 5p. m. W. H. Hunt, supers
* West End Baptist church, Rev. J. R.
* * * * Greene, pastor-Preaching every Sun
ae edemr,day night at 8 o'clock and every
er pedeemr- Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Sun
r, pator-day school every Sunday at 10 a. m.
at 11 a. m. S. Y. Jones, superintendent.
. B. Hunter,
Central Methodist Church, Rev. M.
L. Banks, pastor-Preaching every
hurch, J. F. Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday school at
-Lay reading 5 p. m. Jas. F. Epting, superintend
m. Sunday 'ent.
'.5. Caldwelt ---
O'Nea11 Street Methodist Church,
Rev. W. C. Kelley, pastor-Preaching
Presbyterian (every first, second and fourth SundaY
). Pulpit su at 11 a. in., and every second, third and
unday school fourth Sunday at 8 p. m. Sunday
superintend-- school 9.45. W. C. Bouknight, super
Preaching at pMollohon every first
Sunday night at '8 o'clock and every
Church, Rev. third Sunday morning at 11. Sunday
aching every school at 9.45. F. H. Jones, superin
lay school at tendent.
Beth Eden Pastorate.
ran Church, service at Colony on second and
tor.-Preach- fourth Sundays at 11 a. m. Sunday
Sthrird Sun- schol at 10 a. m. T. J. Wicker, super
y irst, third intendent. Beth Eden, first Sunday
.m. Sunday 11 a. in., and third Sunday at 4 p. m.
orning at 10 Sunday school on first, second and
perintendent. and fourth Sundays at 10 a. mn., and
every second on third Sunday 3 p. mn. J. C. Craps,
k and every superintendent. St. James on third
it 11. Sunday at 10.30 a. mn.. and first Sun
day 4 p. m. Sunday scThool every
of Newberry, Sunday afternoon. Sidney J. Mayer,