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CONVICTS ON THE PUBL.IC ROADS.
The act of tihe . egislature allowing
counties to elect the employment. of
their short term t1lony conviets on
their public roads promistes to be pop
ular from the ijump-otf. Alre:idy Fulton
and Troup counties have tiled appliea
tions for all the under five years sen
tenced conviets (redted to t0hem.
Reports froim some other counties are
to the effect that as slon as their col
nisstiers or grani .uries ca act thoy
also will apply for te ir ow n short term
men to work on their pub:i, roai.
Every countvt. (;e r: t na t can
i1ter ftroW tt eJ-nte: r o
sutleient nuilmber of I nlets as to
prolise their 1r.1t on t1:e
countV roads aa
cat iois at the -
ment,.m iPrw2 Ici~
the 2.2. . .
tier k,e..e : t~
tics 'n t'-.0 -
e spe i
gt i:e -
x1 l I!, I
L.exi t -
and~ U . . -
(Sta . re -.
t igt u.
A ., - .a
under wh1 bTV.b'. a l .w
hex h ao i g . r .aN s i .
tion w ere I '' d:.-at t n-f rm -
Aricutr: ndf, ,.alS a-va
its a e tn e i d r 19 a me
the >l iU \ihte sln ,
ithe Stti t o se- un. lage m
ie co v nin nin fr I. (j
commodil u and haIn uhi
trs All t a t 'ohaia asks fro~ titla.l
Sntatji Societ i is tstontent to- ath
remova of ltte f ir se frt ne pu-o nto
aommeit tis it y and ist lia cooea 'ilin
miit xtoeinpihn 1h1sop4 o ti ol t aa
tfta ll t a t n in th-velol ink it-s inIth
timesr i ti d mi. Th a ntIit n-ilt-ra up-t
iiinete islti' t tonsider thtse lanstin
fallferet I\ wlinit te represt1j~ i tvs f
Columnbm's bunesns meltn, anti t litre is
not t ltlifet idta ttf rtem v iny ft'
form to (CItmson.i
we kno1w, any idea ttf sugges ting fte
rte'mnval tof ft' fair frioiim 'toltia at
all. Th'laft has It eni suiggesttd once nor
t wice ton thlet pait of' zealous sp oktsmni
for- othert terp'i~rising (arolinia cit ies
but it has l ever ga il aniy suipportf antd
is not1 ptlment at this of' all t imets
whi'n (Coloiat is proptosing tt make
the fair grtater antI bIttter than ever.
And thle truith is as Tlhte IIerald at
News has staited I. t'ere is no place
for- the f'airi like C ohuinbia, since "it is
centrial, eatsy of' access, with good rail
roadi schedlules anid has the ability to
e'nte'rtain and carte fer' the v'isitor-s.E
TJhe llerald and News is glad to give
this st afemenft'oii ft' St ate. We
thought that possibly we' imistunder'istod
the resoliut ion bt we have hetardt thei
idea priesenit ed of hayvinig the Stale l"airi
at other laces'' tIhan Col umbia and if
that should lbt t hen the reunion featur-e
wouldl be elimniniated antd the cr'owds in
attend(ance wotikl be muich less.
With the good crop prospe1)cts at pr-es..
ent throughout the State the oflicer's of
the Statc Fanr shioultd go to work to
make preparations to have one of the
biggest fair's ever held in this State.
I find nothing better' for liver- de
rangemnts andil constipation than'
Chamberlain's Sttmachi anti Liver Tab
lets. -L-. F. Andrews, Deos Moines,
Iowa. For sale by Wmn. E. Peiham &
Son and Prosperity Drug Co.
We have no sympathy. with those
papers that object to giving a litt!e of
their space to advertise the State Fair.
This institution is'for the general good.
It is by no means a money-making con
cern. With us, that is the test of paid
matter. If there is individual gain ex
pected, then all matter pertaining to
the enterprise ought to be charged for.
The State fair is of eneral beneit and
the newspaper that begrudges a few
lines in its behalf, has very little svm
pathy with the movements that go to
the upbuilding of the country in genl
eral. --Spartanburg Journal.
This is very true, and we have niade
it a rule to give all the encouragement
to the State Fair in our power and to
advise the people to attend. In addition
to the exhibits it is the great reunion
for the people of the State and not
moNey-Imlaking machine for the oflic
Still, we do think it bad judgmcr::
send out of the State to have the -
mium list printed. lleretofo:-e:
haVe been printers who were g
the jeb for the advertis:'
Was permitted to be put in. T
We bl'tieve the advertising''
e '::a ed The printing
.1't small matter. and we.
: iuch prefer to s'e -
', nt aina *t pr
a htshould not dt
the fair a
.0a Ke it a s
* A -
. et a t . . -7
- .. f : : e ndL ' , ti -
n'-s .n o hi -~ -
h a sms -
h* ii is 1>'rf'c'tl -
- - eful citiz.n. a'.d
fa 1thful ('hristiani i. gone. -
wuabl like' to live. Nevrthhh
r.'aiy tat gs if lie call.'' ThaU.Y
f-aithI arid feesling f''rm ais iv.w.
that spirit of submission I
wouwl1 lilke all his dealr one's ti .
Columblia, Newberry' and I.aurens It. P.
Speial o(casion: 2th A nnua! ( ''n
vsetisn S. (t'. SundaysL Sehe~sl s
ville. S. ('. , Autgulst 26thI arttl 2t t. ' -
Newberryr .. ...........
('linton . . -
Ihite ot' sale: August 20th, 2.:1d af
2611h, withI finial limit August 2Pt h.
Nv'','vICTICMUST lini Ttl - o . d
Newberry lcaders lint Co oilha
.It ist ot t liusg of a siiglcecase
ini New'she-irr nt -'e'5e1 t' fa ett,i/.ena, 1es
tify . 1a dr.-a nent b.\j in ople you knuow
lng is tne ot thei pubitestat,ementsi inadie
lii th in tocalit.y n' Out l)o iin's K( ilney
AI 1\. (t rahuam '-nte -noin ini furinaur
ii ore on Slin s; sa ': ".\Ily ba,ck hurt
mUe foi' a lon.! iii --ip a'in! av i nii h
Whlen I hares I ain aan' lke luune i ii
SuL Yri n w 52 ith is liTh r wa'l-.I ii '1t
dll neh 'tag 15)10in ''a,..n i'. l is a
tike' bh handiiuus hn-d just 01ull myi~seI
were 'a r and iit full oif ses|susssn- ii'.I*
beinjes so ft'r iu. l i t aitin in t myi
nigt.'s1~~ rst wtas haaiaken a-, as.mn as.s-v''.
s-dit's but no hintr touiche'd I.he' right
1-pJot, 11ntii 1 git.ai box af I).-an's Kidney';
s'ore'. 1 wats i'urprise.d at 1 i 'he re lt oh
(reaim ihe secr'-eti- ands they'~ resumled
Lliuat, I soul-i sleep alt night andsI aise in
a' -r sle buya il'd es 'd iiil ' ti t liet- .
The News From Utopia.
Utopia, August 22. Miss Ifattie b
Haynes, who Is been visiting at AI
Walter I. Ilerbert's, lef( yesterday f
her1 hom1e at !eesvilfe.
Niastes t ahry :ad Albert and\i
Miss Oh Riclhis-. of 'o . a
visiting their aunt Mil W e r
ing hniise' - -
Tuition S30 to S40,
Board S6,50 to S12,50
Now-t bUildingO $20,
)OO recitation haH.
Next Session begins Sep
BEO, B. CROMER, PreSiden
AuthIo r ized ifeo Ppe L o ' II
V u . 2. R90
LNew berry U.301a. r
No. Spraburig $0,
"O Grecniatio 1a .n
te8YmARbe:IN 23.iiuil 5
3, B.rs SRciEnce P.rgmeiden
ofI:ua.ti;on nd ..uge o Poe o
vr oue dRaesRoa
Ai'. Gv'cen'ill 11.0 a. r
KOAA nr1 AnIni
1 s1 F" MUIt.IO s ei s a
to wry the clam .and
nJ ~ i.m, o jI~s until i t- a iand
vF- fVt in vnJ(iry od.
%o WlIF'LAND SC'IW00. 1
n . File application with
e.gn\ by Se ptembt N.
IPA ' I101A\N1), Sighs, S. C.
Y EO F. SH FLE , Sig. S. C.
C. BOL . .ittle M. outAn.
R W i ON S11, . ShS
e:No. 19). Applicants state
wanII ,t 0,. File applieation withi
'-etMS o r by AStgorst ..
G E 0. W. - BWPIR8.
Septee 1. ARG9LE.
-lighA, S. C.
.1. A.. S F. LY.
L.it tle Ntounit.ainl. S. c.
AT, MCIYER LEAYELL
Mower Co's Store.
SePtember Ist, 1903.
if fmS-$2.50f rhEig Liggan
A. F. Gun -. L. Dicker.
COUNTS & DICIERT,
heaso an thwilr
RuIssell's Old -tand.
J.:ke to ask. through the
epalPr. if there is any
ue- tGreen's Augus't
clr otf Ind ist on.
- D -Livtr Troubles tia has
anli wc also mean their
rsour stomaeh, fermen
habitua.l cstive s s,
eeplssn ss--in lact,
-td with the stom
l-.t,.mediinc has be
- n any ye a naleivilized coun
nve wish to correspond with
n -Il -r" t -ne if our boo)ks fr(Al
fyunevevr tried Auguist
cent bottle first. We
r.0f.it failing. if SO,
- --In: y a rI . R eg la
Not c to.. Polcy Hole r.
. aI 11 II'lockta. m
. Manager Wanted.
7:TWORTHIY LA hY OR GEN
A>': an to manatge business in this
I 'dd ad~jining territory for wl
rablyknowni H ous(; of solid
* s~tandiling. $2'.00ustraight cash
* and exenses. pid eahMonday
e-: drt from headquarters. Ex..
p.r-a moneyi. adIvancled; position perma
nnt . Address Thomas Cooper, Mana
4 , 10 C 3' ax ton Bldg. , C'hicago.
~Warren White Suipher Springs.
I-: h>. C t:0L1-:N & soN, J>I: itrI.:'tors.
V'ariet v of mineral waters. Elevation
2,1l00 feet. O.ne mile from station. Four
mails daily. Excellent table. Modern
buildmngs and equi pmen.t. Rates $25
per month. S pecialI rates to familIes.
and everything in the
line of STAPLE STA
THON ERY at the
HERALD AND NEWS
Tablets from 2 cents
Come and see.
Also a line of nice
Se t. st
W Will kte t
T thea Sres Ueryi
I e Il i ll
We Will Move Our
To the Two Stores Under
Where we will
be glad to see all
of our f riends as,
we will be in a
to give themn
and get what
you want and
save us the
trouble and ex
Mo VIN G.
CURED immediately by
~the use of Hicks'
10c, 25c, 50c. fffhfif
at drugstoresua uii
"Wears LUke Iron"
"For Beautifying the Hom3?"
Otne of the tuost prosperous school:
schla1-ship, located at a Very popt
%It ait-10i1ige 'ioi five states, extI.
all luslititioll that is doing a gleal
We will take a lilnited numtber of'1
Board and Full Litera
Pe ten1n on conditions made knlo\l
Riv. J. N. Ruionis, A
4P F C
BEGINNING JULY I
ible goods. We are he
mier stuff and are det
3ome price. We have t
White Goods in India Li
beautiful and sheer, Str
and Madras, all to go ai
Mercerized White Good
will be included in ti
Lawns, Dimities, Batis1
Drgandies to go at sa<
Ties for Men, Ladies, IV
Don't fail to visit oL
tage of the many barga
In wearing Laundry \
the very latest style,
We keep abreast wi
We constantly keep c
thing new that will im
We now produce a qt
that done by the larges
tories in the world.
If we are not serving
package this week,
We guarantee to plea
ro the Public at Large!
Seeing the need of an organiza
tion looking to giving cheap pro
tection in this county, we take
pleasure in recommendling to the
pecople as a whole, the \Vorkmen's
Union Protective Association of
America, as being the best thing
in the way of sic k, accident and
burial benefits, in existence. We
write from the age of 12 to 65.
It costs $2.10 for a policy, and if
you are sick one week, we pay
you $6 per week ; and at the deat h
of a member $50 as a burial fund
is paid. .Any.one wishing protec
tion against sickniess or accident
at cost,,cani get it by applying to
either lugene S. Werts, Secre
.tary and Treasurer, ,J. W. IEar
hardt, President, or .J. W. Receder,
['o the Secretary and Tfreasuirer of the
Workmen's Union Protective Asso
ciation of America:
I ceftainly appreciate the promp11lt ness
n you paying my husband, Thomas H.
leeves, sick benefit and burial fnnds.
I can heartily recommend the com
>any to one atnd all who want pro tec
ion at cost. My husband had only paid
hirty-five cents (35e) into the treasury
fter receiving his policy, and the comn
>any has fulfilled its promise to a let
er. I think every man, woman and
hiud in the county, that is twelve years
.ld, ought to have a policy in the Work
nen's Union Protective Association ofI
imerica. First why, because it is a
mome company; scondl the money is
til kept right at home; third--youget it
et cost; fourth--the associatioun is do
rng what God has taught us to do, help
ne another; and there is no better way
o obey the comrmrnd of the Lord than
o link together in this grand Associa
ion. I cannot p)raise the Association
00 high for what it lhas dne for may
tusband, Tfhos. H1. I ecves. May yom all
ver live and carry on the good work,
my best wishies to the Associat.ion.
(nights of Pythias,
T 'ATICD CON V!NIONS OF" TIhIs
, Lodlge will be1 held on the 2nrd and
Lh 'I'uesday nights of each nimnth at.
00. Visiting k nights cordially wel
>med. TIHOS. 10. ICPTING;.
-K. of R. and S.
it tibe South, with a high standard
tlar Suimmer Resort, and with a
-nding from Newi Jersey to Florida
ry Tuition for $52.90
,ii oti applicatioi to
M. , Pres., l,ittletoti, N. C.
st We will put the
i knife in all season
avily stocked in sum
ermined to unload at
housands of yards. of
nens, Persian Lawns,
ipe Lawns, Nainsooks
very low prices. Our
s are unsurpassed and
his sale. All colored
:e, Swisses. Mulls and
rificed prices. Oxford
'isses and Children.
store and take advan
ins we will offer.
Vork that you know is
th the latest styles in
ureyes open for any
wove our work in the
iality of work equal to
tshirt and collar fac
you let us have a trial
Cannot speak; other wise
it would tell its own story,
andI were its organ of
speech as pronounced as
its one quality RELIABIL
ITY, no need of these re&
marks. We do not claim
that it will cure Mumps,
Consumption, or grow hair
on bald heads, and in fact
we do not advise mothers
using it for Soothing Syrup
but we do claim that there
is nothing better on the
market for Pain in the
Stomach, Colic, Cholera
Morbus, Diarrhoea and
PRICE l 5c and 25c
rrluH: TRUSTE ES OF NEW HO)PE
1. chool, No. 11 T1owvnship, school
hiij t- i ilwi 5th a 2 o'cloc, fcoor
the purpose1)8 of clectinig a teacher for
saiti school. A jij>lications mnay be filed
(IiI 0) nI .1 i IC t)( (lteew ichb any one of
J1. I'. AD)AMS,
A.["RlSTP GitADE) TEAcHER IS
wVante<l for the Reag in school in
No. 8 TIownship). Melhoo Iopens the
11 <rt . (la-y)ct<o>er and run a se
icmq uIII >esiat any one o the
(E(). W. SWITTENBERG,
W. I I. 1,0NG, Chairman;
GlEO. A. METTS.
New berry . ., Au. e, 190