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A NEW OIL MILL.
"The Farmers' Cotton Seed Oil
Mill-of Newberry"-Its Success
is Already Assured.
-The Farmers' Cotton Seed Oil
%lill of Newberrv! That sounds well,
a'.nd it ought to work well. It is the
opinion of many farmers and other
business men that it will be working
well before six months have passed.
And why sh'ould it not work well?
The farmer produces the seed and he
consumes the meal and hulls. which
are two of the parts into which seed
are separated by milling. Why
should not the farmer do the separa
ting for himself? The other two pro
ducts of the mill, oil -and lint, will pay
several times for milling. Why, then,
sell seed an'd buy meal and hulls at
an enormous advance in price over
the cost of milling?
Of course, there is one difficulty in
the way, a difficulty which some of
the mills have failed to meet. It is
just this: During the past year or
two some mills have found it very
hard to separate the" hulls from the
meal and than keep tiem apart. Peo
ple have fodiid in a sack of pure meal
as much as i5 or 2o pounds of hulls.
How the h(Als got there, no one
seems to kniw. Somie say that inas
much as th4'meal and hulls grew to
gether they;ev,elped a-tro.ng...affin
it.y for each other which is able to
defy bins and bags. Obje"tion is
raised to this explanation because of
the fact that not..many years ago the
mills had ro trouble in keeping the
-bulls and meal apart. In answer to
this, the affinity theory, -people say
that while the old variety of . seed
gave no trouble of this kind, yet it
must be remembered that the farmers
are now using improved seed and this
tendency to mix is one of their strong
points. Of course. some people sug
gest quite a-different explanation. but
it is not worth mentioning here.
But whatever the true explanation
may be, it is. a serious matter to the
farmer and -he owes it to himself to
,ind a remedy. It has been urged
that the mere presence of a second
mill in Newberry might so frighten
the local hulls that they would not
dare mix with the meal. hence an-.
other mill for Newberry is advocated.
For the erection of this mill about
$x5,ooo has been subscribed and the
canvass is not complete. But this is
enough with which to form an organ
ization. For this purpose a meeting
will be held at Newberry. Saturday.
April 16, at eleven o'clock. Every
subscriber is urged to be present. All
who are interested. but have not yet
subscribed, are earnestly invited to at
tend the meeting and subscribe then.
Don't wait to be canvassed. The help
of every one who raises seed or uses
hulls and meal is needed.
This is our opportunity. Success
in some measure is already assured,
Sbut the size of our success will be in
direct proportion to the number of
men who co-operate in this matter.
At this meeting a constitution will
he adopted and a hoard of directors
elected, It is impo;tant that you be
Then come to the meeting. put
your money into a mill that ought to
pay you well, and help to keep the
hulls and meal from mixing.
Remember the shares are but ten
dollars each, and the terms of pay
ment are easy. Let every one take
one or more shares.
Don't forget the time. Saturday.
April i6. at i1 a. m.
I. H. Boulware
Chairman of meeting
If He Were a Bird.
"Oh. would I were a winge-ed bird!"
Beneath her sill he sang.
Then. with emotions mixed, he heard
' A window sash go bang.
"You are a bird," the old man said.
And pointing out for him
The goose-pond, he continu-ed:
"Go down and take a swim."
Where Big Fish.Are Caught.
That trite phrase, "a fisherman's
luck," which means wet clothes, hours
wasted and no fish, has no significance
whatever, and is never repeated,-' in
southern California, near the Pacific
coast. Fis.h are so plentiful that any
tyro can catch them almost as fast as
throwing in the line. Every man.
woman and child is an enthusiastic
disciple of Izaak Walton. and is versed
in piscatorial lore. If former Presi
dent Cleveland and Senator Quay
c,u sened a few weeks each year at
1* Don't lag back wh
1 store supplying thei
greatest stock of mei
$ an assortment, no su
found elsewhere. I
been given a chance
A Genuine Bargain Treat In Fine
* Table Linens.
xo pieces of very heavy half bleached
German table damask in assorted patterns
* 72inches wide, worth 75c in any store on
* the continent priced as a leader this week
* 47ic the yard.
* Turkey Red tible linen fast color worth
* 65c yard, special 39c.
Two hundred dozen fringed doilies large
size worth $i.oo to go at 49c dozen.
We Have The Best Linen Bargains
Ever Offered: Thousands of
Yards of Beautiful White
and Colored Wash
* 25 pieces White Organdy, two yards
* wide and worth at other stores 5oc
* the yard, special for this week's
* selling, per yard - - - 25c
i ioo pieces colored organdies and dimi
* ties the ioc kind to go at - 5c
roo pieces colored organdies and dimi
* ties the i5c kind to go at - 9C
50 pieces colored organdies and dimi
ties the 25c kind to go at - 15c i
Come to Newl
Catalina Island, LIng Beach. Rodon- "Cheer up ol
do. San Pedro. or Santa lionica. they 'pumt, Vt you
would catch enough big nsh to satisfy- Cue t'f B Eir
their sportsmanlike ambition. Thev \\'hen 1 see
could hook a goo pound tuna. or a 400o Ehen "da(kt kin
pound sea bass. or a "Jew-6sh4." and seen-up. an'
have an h our or so oft excited excite- oug~ht to win ev
nent before tiring out the giant nish. complainin' 'bc
The deep-sea fishermen have no mon- can't he'p thunl,
opoly, for nish of every size and o' time somewh~
variety are caught from the piers at American Gir
diff.rent beaches. over long, you1
A picturesque sight is to see several people always
hundred men and women fishing from Agsu
the Long Beach pier for smelts, *vih the Norm
croakers, heering, small Spanish
mackerel, barracuda. albicore and American G
perch. And, not to be outdone, the Normans! I m
seagulls hover near. darting down to Ithem.
pick up a sardine-sized minnow. The
water is clear, and thousands of big STATE OF
minnows, in schools, often can be seen CUT
from the pier. darkening the water for PROUNTY 0
many yards around. Fishermen from POBT
the interior towns enjoy fishing in1 By John C. WX
small boats. for bonitos, or large-sized Judge.
Spanish mackerel. They weigh from
nve to twenty and thirty pounds. bite Whereas Ne'
fast, and can be hauled in without Imade suit to m<
much of a struggle. In a few hours of Administrati
one half-way expert fisherman can and effects of S
catch a hundred or so pounds of bon- annexed.
itos-enough for many families for These are the
several days. monish all and
A gamy nish caught from the piers and creditors.
is the yellowtail, or ocean salmon so Glenn, decease
called. There is not so much excite- iappear before
ment, nor is there so much strenuous Probate, to be
exertion required. in landing the yel- the 30th day oi
lowtail as in the case of the tuna or cation thereof.
the seabess. but it is most active for forenoon, to sh~
its size. The yellowtail wveighs from have, why the
ten to thirty-five pounds. and is a should not be
quick and decided biter. Given under
of April, Anno
"Ah" sighed the pessimest, "this'
TO THE FR
le others are forgiri
r Spring and Sumr
chandise in South
ch styles, and no
4ever before in yot
just to wade in and
The Millinery Department.
A handsome becoming hat adds greatly
:o any woman's appearance as every per
;on of taste well knows; an ugly unbecom
ng piece of head gear is in itself enough
:o make a beautiful woman look homely,
herefore choose your hats with care. The
iot shot prices in Millinery that I am pour
ng out means many a wounded feeling.
)ne thousand dollars worth of new milli
iery to roll in this week. Dont buy your
iats until you see our line.
Jerru's Fastest I
N AU I
ing Store of Newbe
d man." rejoined the
i l)t have the same
aint in the next."
a man." -ays L'nc!e
ply ie hanj lan'
youv wh1anich o
ery race. an' hyus 'um
in' dar's been a was'eItisa
-We haven't been * al ysg
no.I supnose your * pla ntt
ecame to England * mest y
an's. don't you know. te u
il-Oh, indeed, teh
airai I do't kn"Ituissa
DLTH CROL'~+ mediciney
~ton C. Duckett hath
to grant him Letters
on oi the Estate 01In
amuel Glenn with will
~reore to cite and a'd-feib
singular the kindred
of the said Samuel
d that they be gnd! @ 0 0 0
me, in the Court' of
held at Newberry, on
April next after publi- STOCKHOLDERS
at 11 o'clock in the~
ow cause, if any they I.'h' annual meeting
said Administration hol'ders of~ the Newbet
ranted. Co., will be held at tl
my hand. Qhis 9th day Suimmer Bros, store (
Domini, 1904- April 2oth, at 10 o'cloci
J. C. Wilson, C. E. Summer, S<
g their way to this +
ner. needs from the .
Carolina. No such *
such values can be
ir history have you
buy at such prices. +
Table Oil Cloth.
300 pieces table oil cloth, 45 inches
wide, worth 25C per yard. the price *
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, per yard - - - loC *
zoo pieces cottonades for men's and
boys' pants worth zoc to go at - 13C
ioo pieces cottonades .for men's and
boys' pants worth 15C to go at - 1Oc
2500 yards 40 inch Newberry Mills
white homespun to go at - 6 1-2C
Men's and Youths' Trousers.
One thousand pairs of men's and youths
trousers to be sold this week at half price;
they. are all this season's make. The newest
and freshest ideas in patterns and cuts.
The entire lot will go on sale exactly as
they were bought fifty cents on the dollar.
Come and inspect my competition smashers.
SHOES! SHOES! SHOESI
One thousand pairs shoes and oxfords.
Tomorrow morning we'll place on sale
one thousand pairs ladies fine shoes
"and oxfords not a pair in the lot
worth less than $1-50 and$2.oo, step
quick, as long as they last to go at 98c
Saturday one day only ioo dozen men's
dne shirts worth $i.ooeach all sizes 49c
rry, S. C.
ading Drug Stars i
reat satisfaction to trade with +
one of our customers "We.
t what we want." That was 4
> us. We assure our custo
do not have to worry when
ied[cines of us. We know our
and we strive to please. Youra
rescriptions are always pre-*
accuracy and care by us. Our
are the best-our prices ar e .
scriptions from any Doctor in*
county filed promptly. Mail .
!. PEIHAM & SON, a
le Prescription Druggist,a
Newberry, S. G6 -'
MEETING. Elberts Peack Tree
of the stock i are Plymouth Rocks.
ry Wrehuse Eggs for hatching a specialty. All
eir office over inure promptly answered. Write
n Wednesday, i for circulars.
a. mn. GEO. F. MONTGOMERY,
cy Treas Marietta, Ga.