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THE WHEAT HARVEST.
li 1902 the five million farmers in the
United States earned an aggregate net
profit. of two !Allions of dollars. The
gross earnings of the farms amounted
to $5,2t0,000.000, of whicb $400,000,000
was paid out to the workers in the field.
No other industiv mty be compared for
an instant with i'ht of farming- -either
i inimportance or sheer ma nitude.
Last year t00,000,o.0 busliels of wheat
were irodtueed in the United States -
loughI to give about two bushels to
every family in the entire world. Since
then, six 1nillion acres of new landhave
been put. under cultivat on, and ce now
producing their first crop.
What will be the result of this vastly
At first thought. the answer occurs
to one that the price will decline. and
that the farmers will be less prosper
ouis. A closer view of the situation
shows that whilu the price of wheat
may not range along such high levels
as during the past two years there is
small probability of its declining to
such a1 figurti as to wipe out the increase
in the gro.ss returns from the enllarged
ailr.ors of Ihad weather do lot dest roy
the widely I clvalent notion that the
next wh 'at erop will be the largest yet
known. This idea, we believe, will
prove to be not wit hout foundation.
From the farims throIghouit the coun
try, and estciall. froin the great west.
coins lie illIrent call for Imore laborers.
'Tli' woirds of scripture have been littlr
ally -ultil'd. ''The harvest triilv is
Itni (tIs. bul t I' laborers are few.'
'Illt' }lrttht'1i tIt' h:arvestilig the' great
Tro}s. it0t ('Ill\ tof wheat but of corT as
well, is one of t le gravest questions of
the dty. ts solt ion is simultaneous
wit hI t hat of the city pleiIltin t he prob
Ieni twi c !';t'Ste, streets anli ttvi'r
(To\vded- te'nnit nts. Back to the
farms , will bt the sloganl of tlie com
ing gt'iltratiml. This reilellI idt. of
opulat ion will us-her in t he happiest era
of Ainican iist('rv. Atlanta Journal.
tIy tii Ilt' 1 t in shmlld be t lie slogan
al \viI l'e Wht'n \vt get illnil'oVetl high
WalYs andi bttt'l, scho(ls,
We lititiett in soilli of the oflher of
lir1 t111.a11''V wSOre tOhere wils cret Iv
ti fariti lauttr itl tinl sectiuotls anhn it is
illen t i( md as anl t'vItience t losi'er: ty
inltig t t' far int s. The t roule with
tilt faici'i -s is t t o h troi.e tI'
(10o111i lt Ii \I ii i it'i c 'ni t ion instead of
golivlle t wm\v -k too 111npnive it anld Ithek
t 't it'V in It't'?1t M has iteen 1or
. farmir Wiho hia been to any extent
l )r'sc'%1WZ t o M ilVe to It Iowil tot ehicate
his thildr1i'n atI tt get lit advantage
o, 'lnitrch. Thtes' thiIIIgs coultd all be
haid in thl tou'mit i and Ithe ont' th lng
iost riet'dt ll ii<t that wvill hlIp to br'in.g
litni autII is bltttr pubIilic highwaV.
'T'lle count rv is t le itdal dt ace of t's
tenet', a1111d cotild e inade nmo-t desir
alt 1f 4ut Pttt} It1 whit liyt i ert' \ O' ,u
go to woli,rb to Il1ake it so ilstkat I
workiig too gvt avi and go t, !ttw
Says the Iastilnia Ne\vs:
"llavt vouvr k. tbcl on an excur
I lid y(U klVr ST a man on an exe
out lfint r The c urini
thing whtn weli conducted. Thy a"
an tilp t u ()) t.( nit tor a cheal, trip a'.d
nIonotonyv lfi:tl toil is brukenl.
All (tf which iS very true Tihe t
givtes a cnance t. peoe who rar-'
eve igt awa frmhmea.
a ' vet in the
- - -b o t g v s h r
- ab-u ''or rnonth
- boae i visiongl. tr
T tre abot theen incursio.
1.93 it che p r ts matn awpoor
rnihs frm hoe. T It givbes him
hav a lith rerati and to te at
broden the iion hnd vidon.alfu
goo to get awa fro ou ieniirion
metsocain'l ift onlys fort a short
im.- Weit too ual oget tentycu
land-~li Ithe i'x'ureaon. dtos
GlitN.eiie Jiiiig (D h l. ItST
G ov. H eywvard yestei'day putblicly
comphmen('uted t he adljutat geinerial up.t
on bteing t le ri'pienit of a fine' tibuite
fr-om (Gapt. l"oster, It. S. A., who (dt
elares GenI. l"rost to bte the best po)sted(
adljuitanit geiieral of' militia whom he
has me(t . Onh thle occasion of the re-.
view b.y thle governior' last Saturday,
Gen. Frost. het a hat with IGCen. Wilie
.lonues that the latt.er had taken the
wro'(ng positio.i, beiing at the right. of
the governuor inmstead of his le ft. Gen.
JIones lost. Tlhie State, 29th.
We are glad to) se( - this recognition
of merit. We knew that the militia
wa 'ld niot suffer in the hands of the
present adjuttant general.
The Geoirgia l.eg1slature has just re
fused to pass a bill to put the conviets
on the publ)ICi- oadls, anid will petrpCtuate
her lease system. Th'lis is a refusal to
t.ake a forward stepi.
There are three casks of fever on
hree opposite corners on Caldwell
treet. A gentleman wio has lived in
good many towns and cities inl the
state of the size of Newborry says this
s the only one in which he ever fell :m
icasiness. We do not like to publish
,hese things but thereis need for son( -
,hing to be done It may be too late for
,his year but it should be done. he
icalth of the community is too impor
,ant a matter, not only to the individual
)ut to the community for us to trifle
vith it by inaction or by failure to do
aVerytlilg in Our power to protect it.
lhis gent ielnti above referred h) nmght
4ive the althoritics sone suggestilos,
i they are open for suggestion., which
might be valuable in lieu of swer-age.
If any member-of the board of health
or the health officer desires it, we will
give the gentleman's name.
The hydrants are not flushed regularly
and when they are flushed it is ill Imeost
cases a farce and a mockery if such ex
pression is permissible in a vase of t his
kind. Enough watei is not turned out
to run a stream ten feet. We suppose
water is too scarce and too preciolls to
let enough out to make it Pu re. It may
he that it is held that it. i; betIr to let.
the citizens go on drinking impeur
water rather than that the "fire pro
teetionl" sho'ild be in the remotest de
The few open (Irains that are cnIt
demlied are not lear so dangerols to
public haltih as a great many other
places that are mnaintained.
We are not criticizing anllody but
we feel it is n1ecessary to call Ittention
to these matters aid we do i, with but
one }purpose. and that, the good health
of this comtiuinity. 'very citizel and
ev 1Y }roperty ownie tshould co.operate
with tihe otficials, and the otlic ials shot hli
u1rge tle eitizens to tie tst dliigelt
care itn doing every t hinhg possibISl te
preserve the health of tle comunity.
The city* council of Or-angeburg has
pur-chased a good road outhit consisting
Of t'ac t ion eligille, Scraper. rollr anl
three or four'clay ears for the sum of
S2. 50. The saie was sold to t he eouil
ty by Col. Neal but the comminissiorers
declined to take it. The Iatriot savs
there was seIn (")oOsitionl to the city
making the purchase. There is always
ODposit1Aon to any forward or progressiv
Ihe city will use this machinerv not
onIV Ill worb-jiIg the streets of ti-:nge
1urg but wiIll extend the roads out for
thrce or foul. Ir liv . miles le\ onI tO'e
city iliis. The city co,.Ild not m!.ake a bet
ter. nvestment. It wi "l pay better tilan
a.yhing else in Whiclh the inte ceuld
be put. J ust think of the ativ Za i tee
Newecrry from every stand(1po:n- we
hadn gioni rtvi in. veye.
tre h-eteeted t .*v
5 the penliten-lt iary for any., nti
or r th zs tI:ia of lw r .. T
T[he p ap ers state positIively thai-t an
igre-emen-it was reached wit Ith ha3Ii.bnds
nen (of t het disp eniseer thfat if t he short -
ige was. paid t here woulII d lie noi prose
utioni. Thle short age was set t led and
lie prosecuIt ioln droppled.
T[he naltionial indlustrial counicil andt ex
slave congress recently held in M\e-mphis,
Tennu., and cOloposed en1ti rely of n egroes
passed a resolutioni asking a'l fleeing
niegroes ini thle NorthI to ~Icome SoulthI for
protect ion and stating that thle yankees
NorthI are their enemies. No dfoubt. the
Souitterln white mani is the b4est. friend
oif the niegro, andl will renv'iii so, so
long thle niegro remnains in his ulroper
pllace and at,tends to his own all'airs.
The news of (he deathI of P ope I1,eo
was cabl)3ed to Londi(on and thle llritishi
plapers from New York. We mientioni
this to show the efliciency oIf the news
er~vice (If the Associated P ress ini this
c!ountry anid this wax donhie toIo while
there exists ai direct telegraph line from
Rome toi Londoni.
Tfhe car-dinials are gathering ini Rome
rind will b0gin the eoonelave tomlorrow
for the elAtiono. oet uce
Mr. J. A. Sullivan a member of the
staff of the News and Courier died sud
denly in his office at 9.45 Mond.ty night.
lie Was a young man and a graceful
writer. Tihose WhO real tile News and
Courier will lnow hiiii as the author
of the Nathan Bee-;wax articles which
were velv clever. -e0 was a native of
Aiderson and his remains were taken
Ithere for interment.
johm J. Long, United States Consul
(eveial at Caira. Vgypt, died at Dun
bar, Scotland, on Tuesday morning
while oil a vikit to friends. ile fell
froml th'. -Jeps of tIlhe house wihere he
was . toiping and fractured his skull.
His Lome was at St. Augustine, Fla,
and lie was 57 years ol(.
The lirst regiment of volunteers, Col.
J. C. Boyd, commanding, has just
broken camp at Columbia and the see
ond regiment, Col. D. 0. Herbert,
commanding, has just gone into camp
at the Isle of Palms.
How it Was Made and Retained in New
A 'Yoo.li rt'lllntticn is 'lot. ("lsil, N , 1.(
antId it was Only h) hti d com.t1Ir work
'ill- .o.i t .bir VI 1 li n IImid flis
t,llctlin m-titi v e iln th'is l t' .Iv '1're
1 iit-1 a. ' of s o ,., of N k.ew,
ierrd r-9114il i. li t-, hit- r I -- I l' va li .
turn, !-1 VV In 1 ' 1 Il-vol tille ctI%d
w hi 1 11 is 4 itiz -I s v,-:
\I W . - tit n - [I r 'ire i L -1 - till
)1 -i it -. 10.1 Ci:d 10 m t, a e. ,
d.- of go d.li t huLl . m fr I. i-e4.
111 )lit- - o f l) ' , li -( )I,. ofL'ai m ai -
mally % . wtp Io-- A (hil' t ir r t:, 't
nross i - r'I ,. -ve r, heolliunt-- 1 t. I
3a :; was lit im InI:' sa -lad a y er d li ttin
(orh I 'I d nt- -t "p w i'h
olt. sii). tt to aitiL lin' IJ ht!I Wi hard'
tulro ov.- r in) -t-.! T'I kidell.e r
tions wev- v rI much t. o( ord te' rY
dIAdk W'I - ''Ahin 0 at oriek dti-t stl-di
ment NINr'at ni illh-. Wi.t, mII
brokeln l'wt'. milt of hlavil V t o 'ut. Ilp
-- 11 v.-ra the i' l the II ht. in
sj t- oI 0. V tlie of at tILItnherI o)f retmIV
ki - I 4o l-i. not filli r- lief. ,'ni rnirg
of. o'ills I prooured a
box at W. E l'elham & Son's dug tOr*t
a1d thInV roV hA SyUe dInt fr mn
1 hiO eretions and revuhited my kihies
l th"t I ddot aV tOget IpIat niht
lik- I ud to alld mo bek wvadstronter
:tiud teo-s not pain ilt, as it former
- tid. I all hieliy recommlend w i 'h
K idlnt-v Plille "
F-'or ale lv al ealers I'rioe 50 nt,.
Fiste-M:bur-n Syrufplo. N. Y. sole
w--V;tu for the t'. S
R demember the nam.- Doans and anke
no substitte. Sprhj,bt o
This is not a entle wori-but when
you,% tlhink how hiable you are not to pur
chase thle only rem-edly universally
kniowni and a remedy tht has had ti'
hirgest sale of any5 meicine i tle
..%orld sinice ISCiS for the cure(. and treat
meat of Consumptin and Troat and
L.unig troubles withiout losinig its grealt
popularity all these years you will bo
Dhankful we called your attention to
Bosehee's German Syrup. There are so
na coui arembledieS made by
d g:ad others that are cheap asame
gxod fco :ight colds perlaps, but for
.,vr'm:ghhs-. Bronchlitis, Croup--and
especnd runfor Cotsumption, where there
rr.tre r.:ghts ad mornis, ihnthe
r. thinghe Tw n ofup Thew25
cer.: zedha just r bemintodued o this
Draym. en t the train otas
Du i'g f the Aurriva' ofso
Mayor n dmn o the baggag
Nederry hoinh tat~e of Southg
Sorfha the drierofa:
e sed and rn horas
- fpassengers or traggels to
- -* a. drivpaenerspoe or trae
T ' r.y efet f thotany ofcr.
- -' e', eetfor themprses of ye
ng~ thices for their tagglrag
nt htor shall sthec thier offen'y
-,or oPtles any fpersn womso
-- -in oo .it asengeOrsorver to
- wal i eth free withotut Iany pabr
.lOl to Set ftts0~othemseulves works
of aidil'lw s for teiri ltransporta-g
tAiry vliL5at tof thisetion, of the
l)odingndne'hunded tllrs, the o im-a
selof said Townpio no Nxeedingy
! L. s. South Catrolina, thlis the 29th
(lay of Jutly, A. ID., 1903.
JINO. W. EAIIlARDTI,
Titos. 0. S'rawAwr, Myr
Cierk and1( Treasurer.
on tract to Build1 Flat.
y WVll, lBM.AT 11IE 'RER'S FItRY
A on Saluda River Auigust 5, 1903, at.
101 o'tclock a. mn., to let cotracidt to build
a ilat for' use at this ferry.
.J. M. SCIIt'MPERtT,
Sup eirv isor'.
r O A KE N(OTICE~ TH'AT I WIL,L
I. mlake ia fjinal settlement on the cis
tate oif T . L. Schumpert, dleceasedl, in
the Przobate Cour~t for Newberry Coun..
ty, oil Mondahiy, 17th~ August, 1903, and
immedt(liat ely thereafter apply to said
Cour't for a discharge as admiunistr'atoir
of said estate.
All creditors of saidl estate are here
by notified to pr'esenlt their dlemandls
aigainst sid estate, p)roper'ly attested
on or' before satid (late, and all parties
owing said estate must make settle
ment wvith the undersige atonce.
0. L. SCHMET
.luly 15, 1903. Amnsrtr
Jim Dumps was a
Who lived his life
He'd never st<
But trudged al
Till " Force "one (
Sine" then they c
a better bul:
than a v
Never Tires of It.
"I am consh,raldity advanced towardi
of age. I have of late been almost rojuYi
uso of your very excellent preparation, wh
rightly designated as 'Forco.' Never tire
The Following GUT PRICES
o(H) ls.. yX.n1g If lyso or ',,nig Let
(hu-r ric onMly 2. ets.
1,000 Ilbs. ch-owe lI io G reen CofTef,
prie only) Se
2,000 .nlit r (' t 'let loverywhiro 1
500 TOokl worth 13,e pwr pmir. Our )
500 lb1, 4'Ch-i,l'h Tob,wco worti 40e. p
1,200 M%"tchws oiat onll). Me.
12 lb11. A-t: amiti ltaninor Kg Soda at
Fruit Jurs Q i Ir.- oIly 61,1e. per do
F-riiit dki liuolors At .,:iiy -Ie. p)#r d1ozor
E.vor.y -o >k >idol st-writokod Withl 1
C(NI I. W ., i e o 1-rta
N0o!0 0f fliln 80t|cicat al flis)18a130o8
NOTHICE is iivEREvY G;IVEN THAT ~
the estate oft Maryv E. Fowl er, dceased, Ol
in t he Prob.1ate4 'our Fofi Newberry
of A\ugust.I 100.s. at 11 o''ek in the
forenoon, and will immediatelv there- Li
after apply f'or letters dlismi.ssory as
Adinnist ratix of' saidl estat(e.
AllI persons holding c'laimus against
the said est ate are herehv not ifiedl to
r'ender in same duly i at tested, and all -
those indebted to th le said estate to pay
the same (on or be fore that (late.
SOP'illE D)-:LOACH, '
Newberryv, S. C., July 2, 1903.
BARBE CUE. di'
W~~TI E\ WI GiviE A F"iRST-CL4ASS
barbeue te h arbeue of the CO
season- at S-tomnp Springs on A ugust
3th. Men, womfen) and c'hildrien cor'
Jially invited . D)ininer, i10 cents.
C. H. SANN.
Cromer, S. C. .. HNNN
I' "i C"TT"N wi:'"''l:R"^ASS
eint ion wvIi lel et here (in A ugutst
;th, at 9 o'c'lock( a. mn., to elect, a
.veigher' for the ensu1i ng year.
.1. W. SUMME'R,
) l"resh >Nabis(co. A\ I hnia, Chamot
)agl'( andl l'it ino Wafers.
FULI bNE of anned et,d
lFish at *.H lones'
66 31jN MO(NI'Y" aind a complete
- itm of I(ein's' Pickles in ]
.glass at S. H,.10Jones '
Lowney's and te
Baker's Cocoa, ol
and Flavoring E xtracts !N'
At S. B. Jones'. bcLt
Dried Fruit: f t
California Apricots, j t,o
At S. R. .Janes'. I
most unfriendly man
on a hermit plan.
op for a friendly sintle,
ong In his moody style
Jay was servod to him
all him "Sunny Jim."
inated by the
ich you have
Make Everybody Laugh,
13h-nd( Tv:, wt.rth1 e6 . I'rv .
worth l2c. per lb. whloi a'. Onr
mt he'ro ile. per yd.) )or 1ric
rice only 1.1c,
)r Ib. 'Our iet-nlY 2th
We will ph wt uIm, d e1l oIl
Election of Te acher.
LI Disticnt No. 55, wvih nie
hool I louse, A ugust k
r the ) purpose. of elta -
r saidl school at 8t0 per mont b ry.
Iy prefeirred. Appliention m.I be
2dJ with the undiersignedi .
I. T. WVa K u.:, P'omiiia.
BAR~ BE CU E
EWILL GIVIE A i"IIRST CLASS
BarbecIu. at POnaria, 8. . , on
turday, August. 1st, 1%39:, in t he bieau
We will have several sp :Leakes to ad
ess thc crowd, and special arcrange
mnts for the young people. C ome one
me all, and enjoy ihe day.
Ii. M. WICIR.
i the Public at Large!
Seeing the nleedl of an organizAa
tion looking to giving cheap pro
tection in this countyl, we I ake
pleasure in recoimmiendinig to the
people as a whole, thle Work meun's
U nion Pr'iot ctive A55)oc ition ofi
A merica, as being t he best t hinig
in the way of sick, accident. amnd
burnial beneftits, ine x isten5ce. \ye
write from the age of 12 to G;5.
It costs $2.1I0 for a pol icy, and if
you are sick oine week, we pay
,'ou S6 pern week ;Land at thw death
of a member $50) as a buiail fund
i.s paid. A Any one wit.hng protec
lison against sicknes(s or accideint
at cost, can get it by applying to
either Eugene S. Wverts, Secre
I 'y andI Treasuirer, J1. WV. 1ar
ha&rdlt, P~residlent, or J1. W. R(eeder,
the Secretary and Tlreasurler of the
Morkmen 's Unrion Protective Asso
iat.ion of A merica:
certainly ap)preciate thew prompllt,ness
you paying my husb)and, 'T'homas II.
eves, sick benefitI and bu11rial fiunds.
can heartily reconmniendr the comn
iy to one and all who want protec
n at co.t. My hutsband hadr onily paid
rt-y-flive cents (315e) into thle t.ieasuryc
er rec(ivb?'t his policy, andii thle coim
iy has fulfilled its tiomise to a let
.I think every mani, woma8n and
1(d in the county, I hat is I welvei yearsi
,ought to have a policy ini thle WVork(
n's U nion P rot eetive A ssocial tion of
ierica. i' is!. whyi, herailuse it is a
ne companuy; secondl the money is
k<ep,t right at honme; third yougot. it
cost; fourth- the assiociat.ion is (o..
whlat G od has t aught us to don, hielp~
another; and there is no better way
ibeyi the commrnd'l( of the1 I,ord thaii
ink together~ ini this grandl Associa
1. 1 caninot. praise the Association
high tor whaii: it hs done for my
*band(, Th'Ios. 11. R eeves. Mav' you al
r live and carry on thk g >imd work,
ny best wishes to ti<-- Associat,ion.
Mns. X TuoMIAs 11. Rni:yns.
Drink Limeade at Pelhai's S
Drink Lemonade at Polham's
Drink Ice Cream Soda at Pell
Our Ice Creams are of Superi
Al flavors. Everything ten
Tate Springs, Glenn Springs e
Should you get ill this sui
Pelham & Son's Drug Store y
compounded with great care
the experienco and skill, thal
study and graduation guai
sell we guarantee to be of ti
will not have need of compla
Your favors solicited.
For Your TU
Early Purple Tor
Early Flat Dutch
Red Top Globe.
Snow White Glok
Early White Egg
......Buist's New Crop
Cures diseases o[
Endorsed by P1
For sale by a
Cannot speak; otherwise
it would tell its own story,
and were its organ of
speech as pronounced as
its one quality RELIABIL
ITY, no need of these re
marks. We -do not claim a
that it will cure Mumps,
Consumption, or grow hair C
on bald heads, and in fact
we do not advise mothers I
using it for Soothing Syrup
but we do claim that there \A
is nothing better on the
market for Pain in the y<
Stomach, Colic, Cholera
Mvorbus, Diarrhoea and lii
PRICE 15c and 25c
kam's Soda Fount,
or quality and delicio
pting and healthful.
Ind other mineral wat
nmer remember that L
our Prescriptions will
and accuracy. We h
long service and ha
e first quality, and yO
int if' you patronize '4
I Ruta Baga.
Turnip Seed at.....
Corner Drug Store,
Y, s. c.
the Liver, Kid
h and Skin.
We have just received
very pretty lot of Fan
hains. Prices from.
5c to $2.00 each.
/ill be glad to have
>u call and see our
ie before you buy.
ayes' Boot StorO.