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1WERALTit O NI ATl TEN 1C lASS
A11EE1NO IIIItsI AY NI(l 1.
Will Cost Quarter of a it Ilion- 'ropoacd
to Orgunizo (Jnnp:any Only If Mi0,
000 In IitIs i-FInanclnl State
iment From Sereteary
(Special to The State.)
Charleston, March 29.---- The pro
posed South Carolina expo it ion wits
endorsed at an onthusiastic mass
meeting of citizens tonight, numl r
ing several thousnnc.
Teho meeting Was called to order
by N. S. Hill, who noininated N. I.
Welch as chairman. The meeting
was thenll addressed by MAj .Jos. W.
Barnwell, John P. Ficken, Mayor J.
Adger Smyth, Frank Ilary, Senator
Mauldin, John 1). Cappleianl iand
Chairman Barnwoll of the financo
Committee niade an encouraging re
Secretary Averill read a financial
statement showing th) estimated re
ceipts, expendituies, etc., insuring
the success of the Inter State and
West India exposition, which nmie
it, is proposed to adopt. The cons
pany will not orguaize nless $I 0,
000 at least is raised1. ''he exposi
tion will cost about S2,O000. The
oxecutivo commuittc"o reconmendcied
Dec. 1, 1901, as the opening datto of
the exposition, which is to last three
BY ASSoCIA'rED PlESS.
Charleston, March 29.----At a mass
meeting of the represen)tativo busi.
ness men and nrechants of Charles.
ton hold at, the Thompson auditorium
tonight it was unanimously decided
to hold the proposed South Carolina
Interstate and \Vest Indian exposi
tion here during the anut nmn of 1901.
Prominent Imon from all parts of the
State were present, and the big on
terprise was launched amid i he great
est enthusiasm It. was announced that
over a third of thn capital stock of
the exposition had already been sub
scribed by a few enterprising men of
the city, and assurances were given
that the full amount would be forth.
coming as soon as the public was
given a chance to take the shares.
The project has t he hearty enidorse.
ment of the people of South Carolina,
as well as those of Charleston. The
general assembly has already given
its sanction. Assurances wore re
ceived from senators and congress
men that every (effort would be used
to secure a large government exhibit.
THE WORK OF A LIFE;
iIHREE YEAItS :01F II .jCoNMsTH OF'
Flhree Years Allotted foar Eating-Not Q1,ite
E!ighteen Years lDevoted telinIag
Thmings that Itring Money IRe
turni-1.ong POeiod Ppant
In seeking P'leasure.
Are you an American ? Then rend
the facts herein set forth for your in
formation. Some of them will sur*
prise you. To begin with, has it.
ever occurred to you that if you live
(30 years you will have spent 20 years
in bed ? Two decades of sleep,
though, is your portion.
Did you ever think how 24 hours
slip) by and what each one of them
has found you doing? A Mr. IIart
man, a statistician skilled in figuries,
has evolved an interesting schedule
which accounts for the 24 hours that
have daily escaped your notice. Ile
can tell you more about your life
than you yourself know. Ilis sched.
ule does not apply to the man of
leisure nor to the laboring man, but
is an accurate computation of the
average American business man's
time. In the sum total of 00 years
account has berm kept of the years
of infancy and childhood. Here are
the results of the hard thinking done
by its statistician:
Tfwenty yearfl in sleep; thrnyears
in eating; nine months in wait ing to
b3 served at table; 17& yoars in work
ing; seven -years anid six months in
pursuit of plosre; six years three
moaths in walking and otherwise ox
ercising; two years six months at
ULOil'iN L l PLH'J!SHING I
Far Eclipses anything (
IN THIS LiNE H
Of Merchan dise,having pl
are prepared to Sell you
they'.have ever been soic
18,500 DOLLARS W(
Men's cheap suits, $3.25
A big line of Men's wool suits to
sell at $5.00 that would be
good values at $6.50.
250 Men's all wool suits $6.50
to $7.50 that are equal to
most $ 1 0.00 suits on the
Our line of $10.00 suits in all
the latest colors, also black
worsteds, are the greatest
values ever.put on the market.
My Furnishing Goods Departrn
showing a better selection this spr
We have a LARGE STOCK OF
OFFER YOU SPECIAL INDUCEM
SHOES! - SHO:
In this line we'are still in the fro
brought to Newberry.
Men's good high-cut Shoes, $
Ladies' Dress Shoes, lace and I
Ladies' kid Shoes, lace or button,
offered. A great line of childrei
Shoes, call for Lily-Brackett. For
the best made.
The cheapest line of Prints, Gir
spuns, Bleachings, .Jeans, Cottor
Best Prints, 5c. Check Homespur
This splendid stock of Spring C
and it is bound to please all who rr
are here to keep up our record, for
We appreciate the splendid pai
will strive to merit a continuance c
maktling~. ono's toilet ; two years~ iix xu~',ainu
The11 two andio at hi'f y~earsl of 0ltoiet i4 hItkH i
may be'RU 4 su dvbleh as follows: lv enIIItii(ilryo
m)onthsI foi wasingiof, ono0 y,ear for wudh ifiIf
dressmig, seen m4onth for shin '* r. irrnr, o
Theii wuhjority Iflof i n I wak ab)onI OOtt ''O
thireo yearso and1 I si monIth In~m imyu. T
Mr. Un[rtmani's; caseo th ' i yea1rs4 of yu
aL busHines a's~ wI)rbogI <treer aro lyfr64 o
represent .4ed by 12.1 yeazrs in stud0 ymog for il at
and( livo years1 in writinlg ro.ei. li 1r~ o 11oH
is the10 scalo1 of dauy", which1 Ih~os theo
basis Of computadton
Eight hovuirs oleeping; oneo hour A(T IIJ
thirt,y mflinutes(4 l aug; sevenI hours D~UultI
woring ; t hron hours amusoonr4 rt ;Wthlon
tw~o hoursu thirtyV mfiut( (ex"rOiso;
ouo hour toilet maingil; one ii h our . (do-alt
Wri uig and1( c'-,n ult in:g booksn of 1011)Ii i
vaiotus h kindsn (co liito the, s440Iov<n lIRlYno
hours of work i1(icompl ho. I hy 1 'th loo oi
averuage buineIt'- ?Ian. goiilfi
Furt herl fa1cts of interest halve been liot tl) od
diecoorodby tto Iiiitistican. o l be ig flicioni
ooDs - S
er shown in Newberry
ERETOFORE . .
orth of Reliable Merchan
dise to Select From.
Big Advance in all kinds
aced our orders early, we
goods just as cheap as
)RTH OF CLOTHING.
A big line of higher grade suits
$12.00 to $18.50 that are
equal in make-up to custom
An immense line of boys' and
Children's suits in all grades.
I Children's suits 65 cents to $5.
A great selection of Children's
suits $2.00 to $3.50. They
o are immense values.
N Don't make a purchase until
you examine our Stock.
ent is strictly up-to-date. We are
ing than ever.
HATS to select from. We can
ENTS IN THIS LINE.
ES!! - SHOES!!!
nt with the best stock of shoes ever
1 .00. Men's dress Shoes, $1.15.
)utton, 98 cents worth $1.25.
Il.50, the best values we have ever
I's Shoes. For gentlemen's Fine
Ladies' the Zeigler Bros.' shoe is
ghams, White and Check Home
ades, Cassmnimers, Etc., in town.
S5 and 6c. A big lot of Cottonades
ioods is open for your inspection,
ake any purchases from it, for we
selling the best goods at the lowest
:ronage of a generous public and
>f the same.
.-eader of Low Prices.
naiy sp)onk 11,800,- blood( of the Eastatoo valley, caught
year,'anid give 1,200 a very large catamount in a stool
ring 50) years the trap. It~ was young, inexperienced
nd(ed in those ways and lazy and bogan to prey upon Mr.
Lto raiso 2,500) tons. Youngblood's lambs, hence his mis
o may opon and fortune. It was only slightly injured
000,000 times dur. by its encounter with the trap, so
ao force thus used Mr. Younigblood handled it carefully
rs would1 be, if accu- until its trap wounds were healed,
t to lift several foet brought it to town, and sold it to the
rable car filled with sportsmen. They let it out last Sat
urdlay, gave it half an hour's start,
theni let loose twvo packs of ten
rT IN IU(ENs. hounds each on t' t,rail and it was
8o0n captured again but with little
rp.h1Th, ohand~ or no injury to the'cat. Yesterday
I. tKoie. morning they gave him two hours'
the State.) start, and they hivo not [seon him
i28.-There is till since. After a lively chase of sev
in Pckos contyoral hours the trusty fox hounds re
in 'iccen Conty turned1 completely foiled. Those
acres of virgin for- who know the characteristics of the
1ter andl tramping wild cat say ho is swift, agile and
nimald that likes to cunning and that fox methods stand
and hunt for a liv. no show when it comes to catching
nao Waddy1 YVng. him.