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Perhaps that gront Sprtitiburg
Jiro department will got a run for its
money in Newberry if it sl.oi lAwwk
up against the long wild'd a oi
legged Hois of roonvillo. W. wIuld
enjoy clinging to a sido ropo of the
truck and scampering a hwat, wit i Edti
-tor Garlington. We have 114 Ihcou1i
donco to believo that we would nak.'
him look like a pied Jire salo "ad."
We shall be glad to arran1 o a heat
with Editor Oarling(on aid j,iror
Moroso during tho: toutirtini, and
we feel sure that the firemon will bo
willing to put up a good prizo for tht11
successful runner. Or if nocesaitry
or desirablo will furnish albosi, any
other amusement thalt wIl b-- agreo
able to those two brothroit of tlhig 1ri
pod. At any rato we shll lie (I
lighted to soo both (of thvi andt will
do our part to mnalo ti.vir trip to
Newberry and the tournamott a
COLUM BIA LET.i.
Columbia, March 14.--I see from
the Record of yesterday afternoon
that Senator McLaurin donies the
statement that be has withdrawn
from the Democratic party and also
the truthfulness of the statfrienta
contained in the letter to tho At lanta
Constitution. Ho also sIas 1hat if
his health permits ho will bo in timh
next Democratic campaign int t h is
State and will meet tho issues bifor
the people and give ai )'count to
them of his stOwardshi). 1In1stmuc-h
as we have publishod tho lotter to
the Constitution and the sinpre-ssion
has gone out that he had withdrawn
from the Democratic Iirty it is but
just to give Senator McLaurill's side
of it and I thereforo givo hers-witit
his telegram to the othtor of tll,
Record for we would not. kiowirgly
misreproescnt Mr. MeLaurin or any
"The statement that I requested
my name to be strivktiun froi tle
Democratic caucus roil is itsointely.
falso. I moroly stated that I frIt a
delicacy in attending t le calles onl
certain questions wimre I dil'-rml
widely from my patry ass.cils, as
it might embarrass t,h-ir <libor
tioni. It is nothing but ah.-i-1raio
and premeditated att1t t 1 pr..v1t
the people from hearing b,.t h Ids of
great national issues, wiihiii niihite
could over reduce to more par.y qu*,,'e
tions. If he09lth aund sth'rglh p.r
mit, I shall preset this. issuto's a
best I can in the next ),-1m1ooef"lic
primary, "John L. M.l*mrio."
Tis statemont shoulhi also settl e
the matter of Mr. McLaurnein's reig
nation. It would seem,i thait ho not
only does not intend to) resign but ho
does not expect to ret ire vdolunri ly
at the end of his present term.
Politics is very curio us and t' nor
is no tellinig what thet candiidates
may be by the t imu o tapaignt
opens next 3 eat' but i f we al' re nny'
judge of conditions just n1v Senttor
McLaurin would be v'ery grt ly mt
the minority just at this tinmo if nto
were to go before the peoploi for' en.
dorsemenet. The im3p ressiotn is abroad
that he is simply a Democrat in
natne and there were those to comn.
mend his course when it was an
nounced that he had withdrawvn from
the Democratia caucus. A man can
change his opmnions and still be
honest and conscientious andI if Sen
ator McLaurin thinks the Reopaubh
can policy is the proper one for the
basE interests of this country it. is
not only his right but his duty as an
honest man to advocate thatt policy
but we do not thi[nk it would hto the
right thing to represent atnd hioldl a
commission from a constituency so
overwhelmingly Detmiocratie as aire
the people of South Carolina.
T'he Southern Railway has been
selected as the official route for tho
veterans from this State to the Coni
federate Reunion at M~e'mphi, in
May. This is the only systemt in thbis
State that goes directly thbrough with
out a change of system, and the pop
ular representatives of the South,'rn,
Messrs. RI. L. Sony and R~ W. Hunt,
will spare no pains to make the n.
rangements complete to every detail
-' and the trip a pleasant otto.
The State Reunion of Ce fodorato
Veterans will be held in this city ini
May, and committees have been iap.
pointed to make the necessatry ar
rangements and th- is nio d .nht,
everything possible wvtii bo doene t o
give the old veterans andl their friends
a pleasant and profitable reunion.
Columthia is easy .of access fron. aill
parts of the State and this should ho
the largest and best reunion yet hold.
I would like to see the next ren un
hold in Nowborry. Wo are amply
atlo to take care of the crowd and to
guarantee a plnesant, ooasion.
Clrponwood and Chvmter and othur
towi.s not as largEi as Newborry have
ontortained tho reunioll, and thero is
no roason why wo hoiild not have it
it N,4wherry nwxl titn.
I fi (I thi% folitwimig in tlv Riwor,l
of Tiio-siy afttrno.m, and as Mr.
S vgers sint svevrtl years at. N-w
it rrv Ctdolig- tnd gri,doatted there
and4 ha11 man11Y friend(I. in N-,wbo-rry I
tivo no d iht. it will be road with
iiinwrvst. I amn glad to har of hiH
ThoIII it 1 fiI'rIds or i i'i. youtitg
Colomijhn1 wIll bl, gzratifis-d to Imarn
t mht hd ilts 1t1-lipI it 4ll1 to th Lu
4raim ehmr--i in E'nstort, I)1n1l1MVIVItnial,
NVII a III-Ihviship of about 800,
Mr. Sev-,i, l h,ts for svviral %kitr-4
1) -si inaKlm of it iutirch in Albaiy,
whi-rit ho oid 1 %latv orkc in buil
ina! upI tuiirng on tho iij-m
h;rthip OndthN p.It with himl Willh
rogrrt. T1, (hu0 it Ii'Atstoll is L)
tit, congratuhitdti in m-curing such an
itlo 3oung pastor ad untiring
In some statistics published from
thoI lst consus in regard to the pro
diuct iin of cotton in South Carolina
I t) ice that Nowhvrry County ttaidi
fourtfen in th list of counties in South
C-troliun in tho production of cotton
Nowherry im onw of t It inallest conn
I ies in tIhe% St ato tnl wo ratiso nvarly
ono blilo of Catton to Overy man,
woinill fitd child ill the county. The
ligiirvs ir, ido from the crop of
ISM), atnid ihe total number of bales
NaVOaging 500 -1ount(s each for that
ytar im 2-1,210. Orangoburg leaids
with 62,071 whil Oeorgetown pro
duci the leAst, 1,290
Tho St at lhts 1 t at fl ( of $100,.
0)t0 fron t,...- di-1wwisry to I.- (im
tibuteJ 1111ong- the s chools. A ft#r
0ih% (lifcioe(y is 1111(4 up1) it. is to h
distribitl iecortlitig to the porcent
iagi of atteid:nve to thO [lopulation
of t h coultie t. I Iot ico that t he
11rc-Itago of 111attedan1tilce to popilit
tion is ligier ill N,wherrj County
til litly cotinty in th(O tte, it, hi-ig
I rgit to IS' t ht ls 'S ustitined
by t hi 1iir w. i Sviit i in tho burn
ig of t h 0iiCO. Thil fi1s exttendilig
bik , > IS)O wer" tostroyed arid this
i1 a I"4-4i an- . innot h (1p-i
cae.Tho cornities Nih 'Id p)rtovido
firl-ptrof v,ults iti which to koopthe f
o il-eoi of ih cutyv papleria, juiit asC
I h'.\ provile for I h- keeinoiig of any
'it her n. (ortii. 1 amu glatd t ho ipert
will bmecotin iiuied itnd hte djtor will
att ''ne'' mik aii'irranig''men'ts to 5iOuro I
I siot hir'lm tiht papor )tt50his muorrni ng
l itrii nt i.-d vt)stordlay3 atfternoon.
l'hiis l'ives iso far ias I recall11te~ o ut
hiving ex jiles dt'rt, Giruor Clo've-j
J'. H. A.
Vooiit U'langeit to Polson.
P'utrer.vying food iln the inte*stinies pro-1
dul 4's elotIis lik" thlose of arsenli',
ht Dr K(ing's New iAfe illis e'xp,.l. 1
Iii I 14 -e, Si.k It..micihi, "evters, ali
I,' * iK ,bo*% atrit Bowieli troubles.
0 u 25c at d Il (riut.wist s.
Pr .tpnr .y *. ,.
Mri ii ' Schum1pOrt, left P'rospeOrty4
today. Ele has been hel plng to nurse80
his brthter, Mrt J1us. Schum inpert, wh
i withhis1, 8 sLt', Mrs WV. A. Mo-tley.
Re-v WV. It. hillIer atterided the in
am:1( retu rne; home511 $~ Satuday. 11.s 1put
ir wats tled durijip his abainceo by
t'iof. A. J1 B 'wers of Niewb. ry ollege
Ita '10 Hv Whailto.. t odhr-t mD --
ist1 o iP'repe-rit.
Ii i4eems thtlut ~~'nr hats broIiLht
with it tdeniy of1 obid atndt "lois''..f
Mr. ( A. tilf-'- hit h:e v''r) 'dek
with g"ipipo itlnd1 'ii Iii t,n'tint.d tio ble
bita to help. nu s'e i'* sick on o Mr
A tI K ii40's filn iv
Mary L;z,.h-~ WVi4e ivInt to ColumbIa
3y0 t.irdayv to ,p nd it few days~
Mf-a \taril Iobb "i. gone to A Ian- i
wherwe she wilt siav for a few w--ekq
ut--ttinLr hats * ondy for the Spring and
''S B lb. i kIus now caries the
by Mr' hish1)- h Bowiiers S
'riin and ism-n141t ito * atIe.
Iger yir a Intrzt' numberil'li ofiior I
'-1fF ro ' ts Ih..-e 1(u1 a 'ar. sir.' ii d( ,
rniks d w eib a og '- sie' urgedi to g :to
usot ailwati t-uri' h'n't lie an exhile '
wvhen D)e Kouii'a New Di.coivery for<
tC. nsumhipa on wIll curo 34ou at bome(.
11.i t)4e mist inifal iliro mtedihcinte for
S gli-. t''s ande iali iThr.-at oi
lite i s -s itco nrihI 11The first dot
bing tli.'i -jf A aun'inrg 'tures~ rosut.
ait al!l druggis.. Prie~ 50th and #1.00
ISAOIIHAN CIt .%ltI, AND UNION aUAD
Mr Levi Buzhmi it, has been quitt
sick with mrip for tihe past two wecks
Mr. JefTersoi Quattlebau in and
daurlter, I1e1lle, we..Lover t,0 Etheorid
last saturdiay to visit his son, Otonzo
i h, Is teichilig shool i' that, p'ace
M r. and Ml Is Jno. W. Fuliner's littl
babm has beve very ill for :h10 1a1
w-ek, but glad to note IS somewhat i
Mr. It,. L Strauss has opened up i
hll lin( i-f groceries in his steire wht
I mud- im tion of in ily last letter
'omne to se- us and I'll show you if wt
LLr1 notl 1a1ost in tOwn.
NIrs. J II Kibler 18 visitin v hei
rlaught.r, NIr-. J. 1. Stone of 'xcclsiol
Mrl. )ld Nrs. R-bert , A )ugh visitet
\Ir Luther lIooz-r and family la-4
Saturday ind(] Stingday.
M"s iM L. Kinard is confined to hei
ro i with fever.
Yes, those wedding bIllm did rng ant1
two more yomn sois were made happv,
l irrie ait, the reldence of the bride't
parents, Nir mad Mrs M C Mo,ire, il
-2midatv, the 8 h ingt . \T r. Eostor
Worts and NI is- I wlnive Mooro R-v,
W. V McAMorris tied the matrimootia
knot,. We extetid our congratulation
to the young couple.
Mrs. Mary NI. Kinard, one of St
I'hilip's gaod old Soldiers of the cross
passed from lino to eternit,y last Stun
dlay. Mrs. Kinard has been an inva'ik
for a number of years. According tc
hert, riquest Rev J A. Sligh pieach
tile funeral ilad conducted the burial
svrvices. The body was laid to rest Iv
St. Paul's graveyard on Monday follow.
ing her death. Doat.h is sad at all time.
lind undler aill cru e-n s,but st,ill
there .Is a blessed contsolatioln in I1h(
deat,h of suiel. go,-d old Christian wo.
man as Mrs. Kilard.
The weather was very threatfning
lastt Sunday morning, but n1twit.hst,and.
ILg wo went, ov.-r and worshipi) i wI tt.h
tie good people of St Philip's church.
A little before service was over it, he
gail to rain and We tihought that a gen
3ral wet,tl'g was outr portion. The
rain continued for a while at,d we hd
it to fitce But we soon fell in th-- hands
>f our friend, C pt. Jno. P. 13anks.
After a short drive we latnded at his
iotiplimble home. Itev. Counts a'so
ropped over and not l-ng afte-r dinner
h1. rain wam over Together with It-,v.
,olits wo w n over to i achman
'11apIL where we hearrd nother g..od
"t,mon It, V. Counts Is v ry much be
-v1vd by his 1) l1 of both churches
.nd we tr4tit that, Is work may prove
spiritual blessir g.
Wo must, congratiulate Capt a3anks
or his Imblic acknowledgm -nt of vot
ng for tile at.i-free pass bAIL. If there
ver wa a characteristic that shows a
lo(n to be a mail It Is solliieent, cour
,!v tihat iiakes him stand to what fIe
)-lieVa 8 to he 'ight irt'respetvlVe of pub
is, tinien. We think that, Govenlor10
108w Cney will Maki it mistike ifi he
Is to .igu the hill. Members of tho
-nia- \8svm'-% have no more rifit
' fr'o passes than members Of any
ther occupation. Anad if It ware t-ot
hle i nIln ion of thle railr'o.tds to bribe
lhe m~t~eber by ofl"'.ring them~ fr'ae
>aSse's wilhl on' they 'lTetr free passes
0 members01' of 1 ot' erssociations wig eh
lout in Co'ilmbia. If I wct'e going in
0 tile betting buiniess ['d p)ut up a few
lollars that Senat,or Mower, as loang aq
in has been. serving his people In this
alincity has never acleplted a free
G evernlotr MedwVey's last mnage
I me11tt with) the st rongest approval
VInone the ent ire p- pjin of th1is local
rv of an.y s'ite the da s of' T'illma..
V'- hope to see him go out of otfhlee
tolding this same confidence of his
We have anlticip)ated a trip to the
t -v. JT. A. Sl&h's for the past mont.h
>r two. L,ast week we sent in a notice
hat, we would be0 on hand on Tuesda.v
aight. WVe also requested that. Mrs.
iarah Bleliford, the efliclent teacher of
iwiltonI school, be present Itn ordetr that
ye mnight, have some music, knowing
10c' by r'eputat Ion to b)0 a master of an
Irgan. Toget her wvithl our son Joseph,
lau.Ehter Carrie and Master Nolan
:Apps we verihied that promise. Our In
ent,ion wats to give "tir old forlmr pas
or a watrming, not, of hams, cake's,
ruit,s, turkey and other ptalatable
,hlnes but a genet'al banqu-t. of music.
)ur boys ar'mn'd t,hemselves with th,-ir
rio'ins antd bet,ween sundown aM dlt1ark
we atrived. As otber matt'rs are
'rowdIing ourtit' wo11( v must he brief.
Is useless to say t,hat. we molt with
'i t,ho ho'spitable kindnless that heart
oul de'slre, fot' everybody tihat knows
Rev. Sdigh and his nottle bett,er-hatf,
t 'oov hem to tbe up-t.-datet inl en'er
,tining gua'tp. We wer'e glad lo seu
,hat Miss Sar-sh was on hatnd. Afler
inuppt' we ettg..ged in pl-asant talk for
1'rew hours. l'h'en Miss Sarah w'es
alb' d to' the oratan and tile hot 8 to e u I
Iown thei'r violins [For a shorwI time
ye entertah.led t.he family with music
ef varions nauture'l for wh i-h they ex.
)e-'ed( their thlanks 'and delIght Such
neetingse are alwatys very pleasant to
1s. It creales a green spaot within our
leatts that never' grows cold. We havo
eften thloughlt that we look to.' much
ip 'n the~ d erk sIde of 'ife' with t,he ner
eet of t,he social palrt thest Is tie impor-t'
ant.. [ife to a great alensure is jutst
whiat We mfak-' it, nnid, dear frIends, wo
vill alwa.vs find plents of Iroubln with.
at bunting I' up. We ar'e sorry t . ieo
het the Swlbon school h"uso buarnedl
ownt and what makces burnings of a
nope serious nature to us in to beli.ve
hat they are of ant incendiary na'ure.
ie.e are the facts as they. were out1
lnud to mn" end y ou enn draw y'our own
onceluisln: I at' ["t'day eveni,ir there
in1s a meeting of the patrons and
trustees at the school houQe. After ihe
imveltin adj turned here waA no fire
le't lin ti-c stove. About 10o'clock that
nivlt. Mr. SI-g' says that hishoys e-olle
by the build,in and tio sign of fire
coid be seen. About an hour lIter
Mr. G'orge B wers who lives nmir by
diseoveredt tho fire an( came over to
Mr. Sligl's iindl gave the alarm. Mr.
Bovors had to be up o toccount of the
sickness of his wife and saw the i -e
short-y after it, Ignited. Al additional
(.!nd of 10 feet had been bui-t to the
hou,e on tIhe 8 uth sido last fall at a
cost of $50 The stV was it the old
part, of I he building. Thte wiind ciml.t
from the sou'h l at, a furious ra'f, 3 et,
the hons- first caught on the ext ro,me
end of tihe tew bilding I;. seem, tt.
this is almost plain evidence tlha' it WIS
set, oin fire, for if it had e iught from
tile a ove, evidently the old pa't, of t, C
building would have burned tir-st. The
patrons held another nenilng o-. last
Monday evening to decide whether tnfy
would continue the school. After s i
deliberation they decided to conii uo
the school anothi r month In the -ld
M1. Tabor school iOuilding which is in
the lower part, of t'i disoet -t and to lie
rebul some t ime le: wo ei no vanl tio
opening of the next 5eulio-ats i, % ear
upon the satno lot, whiic tioelongs
to the public Tt-re will Ibe- an
exhibition of the school some Lime in
D air brother. fair play, I hope that
%ouro- q>t-si,ion i- from an tionest, hiart;
aild not. athog- ther for the omke of Curi
losity. I Ib.st w ni to i form I ou that
I im i o tht' to i , nith1ler Hon I a
Sollmiti. 1 -upposi %o4u are follo%% ing
t,hat part, (if tOle K'riptures. Which mays
it is Iore ho-ssed to give thin to re
ceive. But I want to first show ylu
what an ea,,- matter it is to give,
pecially to) give such question . 8 ip.
pose I were to aik you where w%s
Christ's soul whilo he lay in the grave
thre days and iights. Where is heav
en. where is hell, und where was God
before he created the heavesi and
eart to? Now I don't suppose that there
is a livinllE soill who can c rrectly alls
wer t hese qiet ions. Neither can we
tell exactly wher L z r ' soul was.
B3ut ou r.-menher W,at Chllist to'd llh le
thiof upon ille cro-s i,, am-wer to his
petition: * Today t.hou shalt, he with
me in PI'a'adise." P.ra-flee nicaiis a
plac, of bliss. l'he o.aden of '1lei 1.
tho pl:se (dparted sp rits. Tniio if
Chr ist's sot waits the.-re w IIe b e Iai in
th- grave three d:t.js and oh's We
supaoos Liazarus' soul was also tin IP.ra
d ise. I ; eonclusi i I want ti tad vise
3O t L em'temblter that partof he Lor'
I'ra% er that says lead us not Ito emp
tatiol and don't be fouid leading i d
('his any more out into such d,- p
Will Cannon a negro mmi living wiltl t
M . I al. S ngI, mnt with a h.rrjb)' a
dvath laist week IIN w)s burning off P
some qvrass while the wind was very 0
high, and his clothing c tight, fir( ni-d t
burnod him so s verely that he died
shortly afterward We hav- not, been C
able to) learn the fu'l partie--hrs. This
is aboul as it was repres' n'ed to us. 3i
eatti us II it.h lire. t
Goodl mloning I wV'nt to get these C
Chips5 to the mi I right, awav', or they'
can't, he grondo any moroe this wee.k,.
March 141, 1001. (Cnit's,.
I Th.a lent Pr&oserlpton for M1aho3 la
ChItlIs andl Fever ls a bottle of Groovo''s C
'Taisipless Chill T1onlc It Is simtply iro''
andt cj'inilne int a t'oat,eless form. N'' e
cure, no pay. Price 50".
Gra.ndhon WVrlteo t "tar for~ to 'ho- blotr.-eo,
WellI, Gr nud pia, y'oul hav ht'bad se.' I'
good oines to t ..l on1 the Ih) 3 of 0 ,
and noow I think that It, is gtro'onlg thime
some of them were telling 0one on yoni.
It ha's benago ayLnrsao u
I L,hink It.at I ha,ve' kept mosl alt of ito'
story in m1ind wvell enonagh to tell' at
m at of It,
TI .e boys 3 of Toser1 ('reck had abi' t 1
fluished lua ing h)3 th, Ir crops and haod,
gathered a' tte Crio)s$ Rolads one11 eve
ninig antto d 1111 "gun to fe I poret 3 jolly,
anid .vere in a 04n(d .3 ar'n-spinninug Ion
mor', whel Gr..nd pa, whose story-telling
proiclvities had been fully dispol.3 -' to
the boys of T1ost,y Creek s'eeId'n. boat
pened to d1rop in and look his p: si i.n 1
aosno e the l'seoners.
G"alndpa sat sllentlhy list,eni, g as
man, t,oies of enormous8 pr'opirtioi 9
woere told by3 11he dlife'rent pbartles In t,i
r'o0 II lut s -ho' eveninog wore iowa',
''nd sont (If lhose pr sent, had 0old10- ,I
Granodpa be~gani to get, noLlee*'shly' r. -
le-s and1( most, of thos' p)resenlt siw t hat
h' wats Spotling 1.0 t.o'I on010 too.
''We' , Giranoip.," so-no One 8-1 d lIt
last ''. lour tomil w I us o ai I good or 0
tIh 't- n lol oo 'o go lomn' on0,"
"'W1.ll, ho)."' oai.t (3 andlpa, a1 lls e
0'X :tid li'.(', I dlto': h ii. v, 01 t' t
0-uun . aIrs 5 s ,'Oile tof oou h ' . . e
t.oIlIno h' r"' 'lhis tv, i g 1 o veo.
ilhio a foul I . ho d 1(0)-1 n t h('O I b1 t) 01l1s
Of I trill. .iomeit of you fello "s have
stroe'co'd .your blankets tits eveninog
o I I jlst trottilble fot' . our fut uro My
0u- 1t50 0' - aue. h t, me no Ver' it) tell a I0e,
andl I'n' 110 gIoing to te'll 00'e nlow, for
I've alway s too- dI to live ac0e .rditi'y to
my rao "lug. Besides t.bat, I can pre' V
woaal I'mI aLoing to sell by Gratndma, if
y u'l all take he trle1 to waik over
atnd as8k h,er about it,.
"Several sOarsago, 80o'1 a'fter moo tand
Hue onna mfeoed intoe these p.orts, there
oame a kInd of toaveltog snow to t'le
p ae t,bat, had a lot, of alti k-odt of 'il
m i s a Id s-sak-se of o.very descripton
along~ wIth them--so m of . ou may re
member it-but somuebow the comt any
was weak, and (lhe grass was grouwing
mlOost too muich for ps ople0 heretnithoutS 00
pay much attention to ohowt', cese'8
quontly they dId not make enou- om .
ney t.o move them away from hul.; so.
he vomlpanlli blsted anid they hItl to
41ll out, the t-how When the day of
the sale cast.e I wenIt to the public
6(p ir. , vol wit hithei tIe ftiol of bi gi
atlythilnl , hill j I.I Io so.l. the crowd 111-d
lel With il te litNs of ite neILholIlhiod
that I twlw wotihd Ill- thr A AmIonlg1
other thitl at were pst, up f t- sa e
wts at %r v larg iie mt k -n , aie,]t who i
nohely s-ceill i I It want, it I mide it bid
just for fun , )n I I I est of til didl't
kimck If < if' oi. im). W ell. Ihe. bco s
had it vood hitueh - n mell, buti I d d I of
c arv, bu t J,,ht for mt tn e sienke anted
ca1rrid it IO-1 4- Ss1-Sianna did not0 1 1111 )
lik th d tilt- idi'll ( t I - t -). k Ilt, the St tt.,
bhir .' e o0 found ouit t.hat it. I[l n1o
hatreil bl'ut it. aild vtias tnig!h quit
like', -11-d hit it W. 111 d 5at I i ee -,
catch I'nit- and111 meiC , 2-0 sthe tscen
uIive ill a: d e l t) li kiing a te-l. f
t ht siakei wN' II, we k. pet it i toI last
fell atd netv r ki -tw it -o mjeddle witt
a t i ut tie' hokise, and it, w. lfts
tqttt\ ui oindt It I' fiirt le V I1 t w'nie r ant
Oleep i t ih- chiill. coIrner, and s-lel I
an. whlter. Itr,I'- the I on-i In sumell
''Be One day be,i f it I ele ti I.e
hi se out -lev i p'clooel, ait (I t' ieu I
w ii ' o lo i t thI,- ci' e k t. se Ih,t
%' I f.n-. lthl Ve wa1 , 1 0 ll h,
a. . I sk I Si-ain., it '-)ut, it, ull I)
ki e k 1 a t e t at hea1 t- e m In l it.
S w s:id 1 it i It % It a he abutIt. ll
liftur al!f), b it :.s o - i1 1.1 t i' , wit4 te 4-1,
She did 1 oe knew ny re thalI% 1 eit(.
A f t.-ra wh e I t meta i I itt I teiai iit
lickisv, stil. o -,, ib e it-ekin abttoutt f . it
I Istec 41 ithat. v V. r t me I %it ii- n e)'Ie
Itee CMe I.rf- I e t o M %% h rt 1;1I to- teent.
W:Is Ibl t i e Ild te -r it. it k leueit '
tiar i it iL , o r par' of !Ve re it..
AL lia, I p., lei Ilh. NeIIeI -t. kt%% (t f in
the w i . a 0 it.. it' . trill- S e nll ag e
oil.i till - . I t :t. llt i :,l. y , ai d
Z fl d- I ' d..: i .e Ilidd.et tht
ite wlter.e i II- i.,keid nl e e' at!
ItL 1;S tIlei'l a- 1 *-u . 'Ocu t i lite
If know %a ht i tiiw of at y i. iz? wel1,
L"I sit I ts I'll her. Islas i ke bat
iwtl ow d tal t' o.k ! I caile u n tto
S, arnd we Ik'd i ei -u .cit of war, hut s. e
tein t-, vine i . aic '.'t it, w4puld Ie
, el bu-i- ss Is i ' kill a l1ft, %-tiollta
ke t, ge' a1 (ull dsllar' ciock. Soe 1
1. eidet'd fitit shi1e wats r-i-plhit, Iti let ti'
iake- alte:t, tnst s.n forgot aill ishou:
1, 1 i this lias-i spris ig, I Wtas OUt clea'L(
fsg Out, at h je e-row just ie frit, of t,h
i st' am: . iU .d it r'e sveoft kind sef
d I hte. I di'l n r (I site uIndert'stanti,
tjl wileie' I Ivs !tllfittIi! the rc lotkinso.,
t it. eit erawl d 1 thea Inke and wer.
ower -s I l hst M' A ct riostIly we
1. Ntitl rIuIty bte-i. vI. l d I nt onc he
un t i nv0 l)te.st-ig- i tie I nest, at (I Il
1-1 here if I I I rice 1i d five dozes
hintingj-C I.-ed, st- I w ifidilie, full j,'c%.
led, twran n)1.%w siivetc wa eb'e j.i"'t be
iinlel to I ick t eat. thut i st'ke had I .ie
id iht ched f m) hiavivg swall, t%ed
at VIf, h! I wen t o ihe hou- ate at, ier
n .1 1.- d "ili. ir s, tild jii w tj iel
rude-4 wmaltil t.lat epi ver, 't siaw te
41se shi l tl- ' e Il l-e n W.t to k I
Itt .-nlik for fliniting thar clc.l.,
)v she dio k-ep me 'rm killin 1'. i
vs q lit, Workc n cv. for I'ml] goinga to
3 d i.na ssat<" a tII i of g ill Iets tiI.
&ti. andl t. x' spring I'l ;ts ine '0m1-Ve
I ect ititean oene upj it hr'd twar'e sloe e
IT ' f th e' (oce'd., "
w' en Gra~sin had fit shed tiI
he very bodt' --lientscly le'ft fsor homr,
etre. n:d el r' Ce t, c'atti ng.! side-long glanc s
'. arnd ia he'atise he head worn5'i the
ei, homei as a res ward fr the last
Sat' e G indpa'., how c en svoue thInk I f
iiil Sair'ni' GRANDSON.
s all right, if you arc too fat;.
Lnd all wrong, if too thin already.
Fat) enough for your habit, is
icalthy; a little more, or less, is
to great harm. Too fat, consult
Sdoctor; too thin, persistently
hir., no matter what cause, take
scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver
There are many causes of get
ing too thin; they all come
mnder these two heads: ovcr
vork and under-digestioun.
Stop over-work, if you can;
ut, whether you can or not,
ake Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil, to balance y'our'self
vith your work. You can't live
>n it--true-but, lyy it, you
:an. There's a limit, however;
tou'll pay for it.
*Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver
DiI is the r'eadiest cure for
'can't eat," unless it comes of
roeir doing no work--you can't
ongbecwellI and strong, without
omc sort of activity.
The genuine has
this pioture on it,
take no other.
If you have not
:rle dit, Bond for.
Free sample, its a-.
greeabIs tasto will
.aCOTT & 6OWNE i
409 Poari Street, -~
COo. and $1.00; all drugiate.
h a Pr Uoo.,
TilE NEWBERRY CIATIl1l.RS.
Shoes. Hats and Gents' Furnish'ng Goods
OUR S PRINC 19TOCK Iu all department- is com1p.et.
NO 0. D STOC K Ever.%thinli new, stylish aid up lo date
You will d11f(I our pwices right.
stime men need a chang, of clothes this spriog. () hers net I a change of
I-lol b bt rs.
You an Get the Kind of 4loth-s You Want
If You Come to the Right Store,
Wo wou d II ke to tal k It ov.)r vith you anI(d show , o1 our SWi [)_, Silts-Sack8
Sin Io and 1) -ohb bren.ated.
~I-ic3 o Nvw 1Milit3rW 1Yc3qot, witil pad,de d shoulders
affif (-11 ' 1 1 t* for ).
3D qvry F.. F:e ' -*JrC,,V with i just,
right prive on e v!e ry zuli.
C(mie anI 1,(ok ()ver Our New St.,ek, A -k Q ie4ins; About
It, an1 Buy " 11 n ou F el Lik'- 1.
A savitnp o( 5 to 10 per vent. on all C o'hing. SI o, s, Il's luiulhirgs and
Poo.j stiv Dr3 Goods purchased from us.
D N'T FORCET THc P A(.
THE EWART-PIFER CO.,
UNDER THE NEWBERRY HOTEL.
Founded 1842. Kodacs,
1 N standard Books,
"Sing their own praise.,, Blank Books,
rho ut has been Bibles,
I ha1f, wE ofton bes- Office Supplies,
tatoe Uso It It. so happens though
that tht4ro is no othtr word that Stationery,
will 11ait qiate duecribo thu STIE FF
P111tio. and hundreds of
It is as near p-rt'ectiou as human Valuable Articles
skill ha-i beun able to reach. selling at a very low
It combines the high qnalities of price.
the othor instruients und has muany We must clean out
ii(ie additions of its oWn.
000000 all this stock for a new
C ha . . lief, lne. Give us a call at
Chas. M. Stieff,
Piano Manufdturer, The Book 5tore.
N. aid S. Carolin Branch Wareroom. h
213 N. Trvni St.,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Come in out of the
And we will make you
comfortable, not only
while in our store, but
on your way home,p~nd
after you get there.
Just TfinRt or It!
all these comfortable
goods goingfo r amere
song. . )&lClIj)t lt ojr cpt(s
M u. Al Mkin.to-h .Cape Coa's 98e.;fikd . 1. V
Idi)3s' 6I8C ; Mien'a $5 00 overcoats $3 45,
.oI i' flur lis t a little more thnnaeVr aeu oueol h et
a f praice. Very bost all-wool B ankeus W.cryaielra fTlt
10-4 -' $2 90, 11-4 at $3.75
Wel as to Cap s and oii Iuii,'l.' ard',Vl
Jacket', if we charged i~Cnl,Tbcoaa ias n
any less we would be fllln f rugs'Sude.
gi ing them away. Dson hcsgvn rs
SU drer ar vrdaeflt s nl h et
cuWrcs eiryanieln o,olt
Yous orbuinss fful infof D~Jrggst' Stodre.
Notiens, Sob Recstc s
otions! Kotions! we carr3 the beat to be had.N.
Hl iery, HI odakerebhi.'s, dout aSh1OES of Mower Co, and
Corse to, oloves, get *iod Ofe&."-oea. E Keith Co.,
Linings and Trimming'- Walkover, etc., etc., for men and
The hea~t HIo'iery tand most of it! . hove. Sterling,.Regina. ete.\ etc., for
i e h...' Hem'dke'r I iaf . and most of Ladies. Fnll line of Obijldren's Shoes,
them! and we have the 'very best of thes
Tue host Corsets and most of them! cheaper lines made in this country
Th' best Gloves anid most of them? for Women and Children-the cele
Comue arid see us. brated Goodmanx ine.
~. & . ~.MOWE CO~ Come and seta us.
- - -P- .& 0.8. MOWER OO,