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SHOW GIRLS IN "THE COW AND
* AT THE THEATRE.
February 27-The Cow and ti
March 8-"Baby Mine."
March 29-A Woman of the Hour.
April 6-Christy Bros. Minstrels.
April 24-The Traveling S.lesman
"The Cow and the loon."
"The Cow and the Moon," whic
will be seen at the opera house ne:
Tuesday, February 27, truly marl
an advance in the extravaganza fie]
of musical comedy.
' Sinoe Mr. Chas. A. Sellon, who fin
rev:ived this kind of entertainment as
-sumed the management of his ow
productions, the painstaking care ai
business sagacity, with which he hE
shpplied himself to this particulE
line of endeavor, has resulted in we
He now offers his latest three a'
creation, which will, no doubt pe:
petuate his name as a past master<
In one particular DSti he iny I
said to be paramount over all of h:
conferers; and that is the absolul
cleanness of all his offerings. T
ithose .who saw his last productio1
-"The Cat and the Fiddle," this fa<
is well remembered and the samei
-egarally true of "The Cow and th
Moon." The whole family delight i
arranging an evening for just such
play as this, where they feel assure
tthat not even the sensibilities of, th
charnce country visitor may be shoch
ed, while the seasoned play goer vo,W
he has once more laughted at some
- Mr. Sellon is really an institutio:
as the most careful producer in e3
-travaganza. A company of 40 peop1
are promised with Ed Gilmore, Wi:
Gross, Ned Haenel as the leading fun
Clarence Sterling. John Gilmore, -il
the ineavier characters, while daint:
.Janet Priest, Bess Taft, beautifu
Maude Amianda Scott and others to
gether with a chorus round out th
Seats on sale at Newberry Hard
-ware company. Better get them earl:
e there will be a big rush.
30OT rLUBLIC INFORIWER-BLEAS]
Columbia, Feb. 16.-Gov'. Bleas
'tobight sent 'to the general assemnbl:
Messag'e No. 42.
SOn February * Mr. Carlisle, a
echairmnan, and J. J. Evans, as secre
'ry of the legislative investigatin:
-committee, wrote Governor Bleas
have -any information in his posses
that the committee would be glad t
s..on that would throw light ulion tb
*matters Teferred to in his messag4
and that the committee would b
pleased to bave Governor Blease ai
tend in person at ag time that ma
'be convenient .to him. This letter
made the occasion for a seven-pag
typewritten reply that was submitte
as a message. A copy was not avai
able for the press.
Merely Called Attention.
Governor Blease said he had calle
attention to the reports containedi
the public journals with regard to tt
dispensary affairs. He says the ci
executive, in calling attention to thel
matters "does not become the publ
informer," and the house by passil
the resolution looking to the inv'est
gation must have agreed there w~
something to investigate. His du
has been fully performed in callii
attention to the reports and asking
investigationl, he says. He th:en r
i'ew hi reasons for vetoing the re
*" tinrh idn-u omsinh
e SasAxosfr Inuiy
anxtious thatdin pror inqui-ryshould
beon made wdito-u allmattesdidn not
avpinged pesaid knwledg with pwr
dertake toassumte the proofr ofntem,"ry
se quein uponte whic ormtionetc
d could bengiven foy hI,heuld et
G ogveshinormBes atio was ey
tnxcou whch isrote inqcnfict soun ld
consent with Ionth dutie anld privi- a
hlegtaes oasm the fceof chif exctve,
d ohe sa"ftee. isayprtclr
s "usin viewo whichav snoratio tl
r notl see ainy occasinh oful my deint
1igan time atwch iomayo atted
inld person is no you committe,"n the
-leessagthe wffis or def4ed uti. .
olThe govern g r the ine nt ie.t
&tinThe inding-u commissin he o
s a intefusa thaow.he sa, w whuc oer
e commseaycsion om nvestgatet- reodst
1 tog ank oie atgs. a propertin ir
~ eThen roelates fhcttesponc
with the attorney general.wt eadt
Sotetas actious for inquisfyce. u
Governor Bhe Sasesyte was veryed e
anxiu thdatoretopaserainfrom shimua]
hwrthenado ntate hlde cmelf al
tedbyving proalthottiedgeo wit,' re
qustonofra, to mae settlement,un
hdert,k owitstandin the roofeafthedf"
adjustmes.,I thremissany immunityar
:so quoseuton whic inorws.mion
dldeter iear by thim, mater wuld be
glar uad tov uhinormaly.nHis ee
wasunot wich sl notpons coftor in-, Lt
coistmen wit thIue aprhnd promvc
lee fthe oiti ofsta hief exet ive
ofses Stue. thsmttrayu-a
I"Io view kofw hat Ithae said Iee di
arnose anysmp aion under theinact- d
11aing ay tie atommisio itha tenaa
prva mofsae aoreeerintewhic A
fis Thetgoer nor's replyrto thenSator c
disphenodspensarcommi ssion,herae ore
fertsrefto,) tohallo the saidcAndin'gt
ten oeverbod who esiad psrecset
a Thei gvenor theStte sones acconS
of the riofd State rdispenarynd mall
derha eig therewuio,it, ommied
ith them attorniy, gendraotwithsteard- t(
ingo the ransatn had ien hiadie,ha
ehwrtherSae had been comemetmde ti
td by M him autoitan,lo inot,egar
toutepsction of thae cse, umnderh
jther notwistinandingvice reethead
Mr.uTment. proier. 1ourr iunt
fomroection tor otherise. ywhch
Goberoro Andel reoved tHis oletters
wansar oiulssionswithoregardito t
Clae rotothat claimsfor the ale it wa
uslsw oruhiske. ate ay T.r ti
made yn thWommasnwiutd the ahost
prlof atrney geusbad. rwiC
ei Mconineb. 1.eingterpoto th ate is
Swfedered thm thecsause ns wasl
e Faed Rutee andhoson had forit
c husnd, evryody ho had prsenev- 1
g er claimar again theorgae o. acount
of atwel o Statedisensry vean a
.tda as dealin thereirth, dereonmis ea
y n divorcemsunity,adtitsa c
g Mn erdt the rumry that hadbenmd ta
to wife apperoeuio sof hemorseundeo-r
he sugenestriokn a adie th cosaidt
your atntisoarton.ecae hc
FEBRUARY 27, 1912, S.30 O'CLOCK
VE OAK, PERRY
AND GULF RAILROAD
FERS FARMS OF 40 TO 160
ACRES ALONG ITS LINE FREE
OF COST ON UNUSUALLY
LIBERAL AND EASY
General bffices at Live Oak, Fla.
The, Live Oak, Perry & Gulf rail
)ad, popularly known as the "Suwan
ee River Route," traverses one of
i richest, most productive and heal
iiest sections of Florida, starting at
ive Oak and continuing westerly
irough Dowling Park, Perry and
;ampton Springs, to a point near the
ulf of Mexico, with a branch to Al
a. Live Oak is one of the best lit
e business cities in Florida, with a
pulation of about 5,000, is 70 miles
est of Jacksonville and about 25
is south of the Georgia State lina,
& junction point for the Seaboard
rLine, the Atlantic Coast Line, the
1v Oak, Perry & Gulf and the Flor
railWay aind is the county seat for
he section of Florida served by
eLive Oak, Perry & Gulf railroad
he heaviest timbered section of tlhe
Lte, and lumbering and allied iri
stries are being developed in a big
y in the seviral rapidly growing
wns along its line. This means
usually good openings for all chss
These heavily timbered lands are
o, naturally, the richest agricultur
ands and it is these lands that the
Liroad desires to settle with good
rdworking progressive peopi as
t as the lands are released by the
erations of the big lumber milling
uwannee county, lying a-, i- doce.s
aween the Atlantic ocean and the
f of Mexico, with the never failing
o summer breezes from east to
et, has a climate as cool in summer
in the north and yet ideally perfect
winter, and with ample fall for
ainage and an abundance of pure
'inking water, Suwannee county is!
especially~healthy spot. A rainfall
over 50 inches per annum makes
'ps as certain as possible.
For the purpose of encouraging set
s to immediately occupy and cul
ate all the unoccupied lands in Su
nnee county and thereby material
increasing the tonnage and earn
gs of our railroad, we have succeed
'in inducing the several big lumbeX
panes on our line, who are own
sof large tracts of agricultural and
aer land, to let us have 25,000
res of the best agricultural lands
Suwannee county, to be put on the
arket to actual settlers. We abso
ely exclude speculators who wish
buy more than 320 acres, while to
~actual settlers we offer land prac
,lly regardless of prices or terms.
fact, on ridiculously easy condi
ons to reliable people, we will fur
as from 40 to 160 acres absolutely
ee of one dollar's cost, on a plan
uch easier than land ever could have
en obtained even under the govern
ent homestead law. And, it will be
a'embered that millions of acres
at were first acquired from the goY
nment without cost are now worth
om $50.00 to $200.00 per acre. The
wners of these Suwannee county
nds have consented to our opening
em for immediate settlement on our
etofore unheard of liberal terms
nd conditions, only because they
now such seittlment will greatly en
ance the value of the quarter of a
llion acres they b:re yet to put on
Ju..st ae -tst lnd anre locat
ed right along our line of railroad;
some adjoining' townsites, some not
far from our local metropolis, Live
Oak, and none of them more than four
miles from railway service; close to
good schools, churches, markets,
neighbors and only about three hour.
ride to the great city of lackson.ille
with its seaport markets to the world.
These are the best lands in the StaL
of Florida for the raising of c->rn,
cane, long staple cotton, upland rice,
all ki:'ds of hay and fodder, cowpeas,
volvet beans, cassava, peanuts, nota
toes (both sweet and Irish) vegeta
bles of all kinds, fruits, nuts, cattle,
hogs, mules and horses; while the
conditions for poultry raising, bee
keeping and dairying are ideal. We
'hope within another two years to see
Suwannee county well settled and all
under cultivation-a v'eritable garden
spot-and lands selling at $100.00 per
acres and, upwards. But, for the pres
ent, our railroad needs more settlers
and more tonnage; therefore, prices
and terms on these lands are no ob
ject. In short, if you can convince us
that you are capable of farming from
40 to 320 acres and that you could, if
necessary, come to Florida with a
cash working capital of $500.00 or ov
er, preferable $1000.00 or more, you
can on the easiest conditions imagi
nable secure through us, without one
dollar's cost a farm of from 40 to 160
acres under warranty deed to farm,
hold, sell or do with as you wish.
If interested, we would be glad to
tell you all about this country, our
plans, the opportunities here for mon
ey making, and especially the condi
tions by which you may have one of
these farms free of cost. To learn all
about it, write on a post card or in a
letter, simply "Mail me particular,"
and address John H. Mulholland, Land
Commissioner, Room No. 540 Gener
al Offices, Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R.
R., Live Oak, Fla.
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BOUND TRIP WINTER TOURIST
OW IN EFFECT
SOUTHERN RAIL WAY--"PREmIEE
.CARRIER OF THE SOUTH."
Tickets on sale daily including April
30, 1912, with final limit returning May
31, 1912. *For complete Information as
to schedule, sleeping car service, etc.,
call on zeearest Southern Railway
ticket agent, or
F. L. Jenkins, T. P. A.,
J. L. Meek, A. G. P. A.,
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Thousands bless them for curing stomi
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SALE UNDER MORTGAGE.
By virtue of the power given Sum
mer-Wises Stock Company in a mort
gage executed by T. H. and R. H.
Wicker, we will sell to the highest bid
der at the sales stables of Summer
Wise Stock Company, on Saturday,
February 17th, at 1 p. in., one blue
Terms of sale: cash.
Sunmmer-Wlse Stock Company.
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He used the Long t
had a satisfactory talk wi
was able to keep all his ei
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NEWBERRY OPERA HOUSE FOR
The City Council of Newberry, S. C.,
invites sealed bids for the lease of the
Newberry opera house for a term of
three (3) years, beginning April 25,
1912, House has a seating capacity of
900. Only theatre in Newberry county.
Town has population of 6,000. Bids
must be filed prior to April 1, 1912.
Rent to be paid monthly in advance.
All bids to be accompanied bY a certi
fied cheek for $50, as. evidence of good
faith. Checks will be returned to un
successful bidders. Successful bidder
will be required to give surety bond
for five hundred ($500) dollars to
guarantee performance of conditions
of lease. Right reserved to reject any
and all bids. For further information,
address, and file bids with Jno. RL.
Scurry, C'.erk and Treasurer, New
berry, S. C. 1-19-ti.
Schedules Effective December 8, 1911.
Arrivals and Departures New
berry, S. C..
(N. B.-These schedule figures are
shown as information only and are not
lumbia to Greenville. Pullman
sleeping car ibetween Charleston
11:50 a. m.-No. 18, daily, from Green
ville to Columbia. Arrives Colum
bia 1:35 p. in., Augusta 8:35 p. m.
Charleston 8:15 p. mn.
2:45 p. m.-No. 17, daily, from Colum
bia to Greenville.
9:05 p. m.-No. 16, daily, froma Green
ville to Columbia. Pullman sleej
ing car Greenville to Charleston.
Arrives Charleston 8:15 a. m. Ar-'
rive Savannah 4:15 a. m. Jack
Esonville 8:30 a. mn.
Four farther information call on
ticket agents, or E. H. Coapman, V. P.
& G. M., Washington, D. C.; J. L.
Meek, A. G. P. A.z, Atlanta, Ga., or F.
L. Jenkins, T. P. A., Augusta, Ga.
Columbia, Newberry h Laure!1a B. B.
Schedule in effect October 6, 1910
Subject to change withiout notice.
schedules indicated are not guaran
A. C. L 52. 53.
L. Charleston.. ... 6.0am 10.00pm
Lv. Sumter.. .. ... 9.4amn 6.20pm
Lv. Columbia......11.5am 4.55pmr
Lv. Prosperity. .12.42pm 3.34pmi
Lv. Newberry.. .. .12.56pm 3.20pm
Lv. Clinton...... .1.5pm 2.35pm
Lv. Laurens.. ....2.35pmn 2.12pw
C. & W.C.
Ar. Greenville. . .. 4.O0pm 12.20pm
Ar. Spartanburg. .-. 4.05pm 12.20pm
S. A. L
Ar. Abbeville .. .. 3.55pm 1.02pm
Ar. Graenwood.. .. 3.27pm 1.33pm
r. Athens.... .. .. 6.5pm 10.30am
Ar. Atlanta...... .8.45pra 8.00am
A C. L. 54 65.
LY for the Attorney to
vith a client in a distant
vould seriously interfere
engagements made for
istance Bell Telephone,
th his distant client' and
igagements at home.
Bell Telephone increases
aen who adapt it to their
with equal satisfaction
we you a Bell Telephone?
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Lv. Prosperity... .. 626pm 9.5Oam
Lv. Newberry.. .... 6.44pm 9.32am
Lv. Clinton.... .... 7.35pm 8.44am
Lv. Laurena.. ....7.55pm 8.2Oam
C.& W. C.
r. Greenville.. ....9 '0Opm '7.00am
8. A. L
\r Greenwooa.. . 2.28am 2.38am
'Jr. Abbeville.... .. 2.56lam 2.08lac
Ar. Athens.. .... .. 5.04am 11.59pm
r. Atlanta.. .....715am 9.55pam
Nos. 52 and 53 arrive and depart
rom Union Station, Columbia, daily,
and run through between Charleston
Nos. 54 and Ibb arrive and depart
Servais street. (1olumn : iy,e
sept Sunday, and run through be
Maen Columbia and Greenville.
For information ak agents or writt
W. 3. Craig, P. T. i.,
Wilmington, N. 0.
1'. F. Livingston, S. A.,
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