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What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
This question arises in the family
every day. Let us answer it to-day. Try
a delicious and healthful dessert. Pre
pared in two miinutes. No boiling ! no
baking! add boiling water and set to
cool. Flavors:-Lemon, Orange, Rasp
berry and Strawberry. Get a package
at your grocers to-day. to cts.
Dr. R. M. Kennedy,
Newberry, - - S. C.
OTER NATIONAL BANK.
Best Mineral As
C. H. CANNON,
Near C.. N. & L. Depot
2 car loads Of
1 car load of
and a lot of up
to-date and first
All to be had at
REASONABLE PRICES at
A T. BROWN.
wIth 10 et anyo.r
nam an aes o
CFINESE BOYCOTT SPREADS.
Adopted in Seventeen Provinces, Says th
Vice Consul Lock Wing-Mer
New York Sun.
According to Mr. Lock Wing. the
Chinese vice consul in this city, the
boycott against American goods
started soime weeks ago by the Can
ton Commercial league has spread
through seventeen provinces of
China. Unless the oppressive treat
ment meted out by custom officials
to Chinese of tihe better class while
entering American ports is abated.
Mr. Wing thinks the boycott will
soon be established hard and fast
throughout the Empire. with a con
sequently large damage to American
"It is not the exclusion laws we so
much object to." said Mr. Wing.
"They are one sided enough. as the
world knows. But what does cut the
pride of the Chinese people to the
quick is the outrageous treatment of
their countrymen who are exempt uin
der the laws and who come to Amcri
ca to spend their money in acquiring
a knowledge of American civilization, to
men and affairs, and if treated decent- ple
ly wvould go back to China and help du
American trade by spreading their ets
favorable knowledge of it. No coun
try in the world treats intelligent Chi- tiol
nese visitors as does the United
"The present agitation in China, as
I say, has nothing to do with the
clauses in the law excluding the lab- rot
oring class of Chinese. I am bound Poi
to say that this element hardly seems I
such a menace to American economic 27
conditions as it has sometimes been cla
represented. When tihere are no bars tri
against immigration the number of I
Chinese in the country was never Ep
greater than 200,000, and the number ver
must now be less. cat
"When you recall the enormous im
migration from Eastern Europe into Jul
this port alone, which is nearly triple tar
that amount every year, the 'yellow -
peril' seems hardly great enough to Sc
justify t<he rigorous methods which sti
have been taken. I have no doubt Ra
that if the labor leaders had not raised tril
a hue and cry against Chinese labor,
the question of Chinese exclusion Un
would never have been raised. Inl
"Secretary Taft's splendid speech
advoeated the reforms we ask for. tio
We hope it is significant of a change j
in American ideas on the question of on
Cainse exclusion. W\e believe that
many intelligent Americans feel witn
us in ' demanding civil treatment of the
'nteli 'gent Chinese who are exemp)ted iut
trow' exclusion and should he from' 2n
,nus ad outrageous treatment. ra
"The law should b)e modified or g
met: acion taken pretty' soon, or an
T''e veget arian~ took occasion to d
;'ertise hi. creed by telling the stran
ger that all meat was injturious and
that the human diez should be strier
i"y vtgetarian. Lv.
"But." replied the stranger. "I sel- -....
d'em eat meat." Lv.
"You just ordered eggs," said the Ar.
vegetarian. "An egg is practically -
meat. bcause it eventually becomes a _'
"The kind of eggs I eat never be-- J.Ar.
came birds," answered the stranger, Ar.
"Good heavens!" cried the vegeta- r.
rian, "what kind of eggs do you eat?" Ar.
"Principally boiled eggs," said the
Reflections Of A Bachelor. Ar.
It's queer how a woman will believe
everything in an historical novel and Lv,
doubt an encyclopedia. Ar.
A nice thing about marrying money 1
is everybody envies you so much ~
more than you do yourself. RN.
It's awful hard to live up to the jM.
evil reputation your enemis give you.
Just a rV
We wish to call your atten
Spring and Summer Goods.
A dollar expended with us will do double
We offer the trade our best efforts in sele
bost. The prices the lowest for the best go
We offer some dainty Mercerized Waistir
in price from ioc. to 5oc. yd.
We have nice line Knickerbock Suitings,
Dimities, Ducks, DeLaiues and other dress
are dreams for waists or dresses. Spring
Riverside Plaids, Southern Silks, Cheviots,
Our Shoes are built to wear. Our men's
sell Groceries. Get prices and see styles.
S. S. Birg
" Whenever you start out on a shopping
* This plan will save you many unnec
O time. If we haven't just what you w
We shall not urge you to buy, but we
goods-as soon as you can. It will be
every way to make selections before tl
AIR -LINE- R
NORTH - SOUTH -E
Two Daily Pullman Vestibule
Between SOUTH and l
FIRST-CLASS DINING (
The Best Rates and Route to
Via Richmond and Wast
Norfolk and Steamers.
Nashville, Memphis, L
Louis, Chicago, New 0]
Points South and Southwest
and Jacksonville and all pC
PoSSITIVELy THE SHORTEsT
NORTH- A ND
man' r:serv ions, etc., app y toa
W. L UR UGSTray. Pass
THE SOUTH'S GREA TEST SYSTEM
UNEXCELLED DINING CAR SERVI
THROUGHIPULLMAN SLEEPING Ca
CONVENIENT SCHEDULES ON AL]
WINTER TOURISTS' RATES are no
For full information as to rates, routes, St
Railway Ticket Agent, or
R. W. HUNT. Divisi
tion to our line of
duty. Try it.
ctions. The styles are the
igs, Skirtings, &c., ranging:.
Brousse Stripes, Callalettes'
goods. Our Tussoh Silks
md Summer Prints 5c. yd..
Shirts are beauties. We:
Yours anxious to please,
AND SEE +
tour come here first. *
essary steps and much
nt then look elsewhere. 4
do wish you to see our
to your advantage in
ie final rush begins.
d Limited Trains
all Eastern Cities
ingtoni, or via
dlean's, and All
Ints in Florida
.Agt.GColumbia S C
ARS ON ALL THROUGHE
, LoCAL TRAINS.
wr in effect to all Florid*a
.; consult nearest Southeraa
ton Passenger Agent,
Charleston, & C.
Season Tickets Via. C., N. & L.
The Columbia, Newberry and Laur
s railroad offers Season Tickets to
following points, limited until
tober 31st, 1905:
Asheville, N. C. $7.05
Flat Rook 6.30
Hot Springs 8.oo
Lake Waccamaw 9.30
Carolina Beach 11.55
Isle of Palms 7.90
Sullivans Island 7.90
Cross Hill 1.95
Glenn Springs 4.45 -
arties wishing to purchase tickets
points beyond Spartanburg will
ase notify me before the trains are
, that I may arrange to have tick
ready on their arrival.
or schedules or further informa
i phone or write,
J. W. Denning, Agent.
Southern Railway Excursions.
'he Southern railway will' sell
md trip tickets to the following
nts for special occasions:
.thens, Ga., Summer School, June
to July 28, 1905. Rate: one first
ss fare plus 25 cents for round
:)enver, Col., Account International
worth League convention. Rate
y low, and will be given on appli
noxville, Tenn., Summer School,
e 20 to July 28, 1905. Rate: one
e plus 25 cents for round trip.
,ashville, Tenn., Peabody Summer
ool and Vatderbilt Bibical In
:ute, June 14 to August 9, 1905.
.e: one fare plus 25 cents for round
altimore. Md., Account of the
ited Society of Christian Endeavor
er-national convention, July 5-10,
=sbury Park, N. J., Account of Na
nal Educational association, July
.Rate very lowv and will be given
Week End Rates, C., N. & L.
:ommlencing June 3rd, and continu
un-il and including September
1. gog. the following week-end
es wvill be on sale t'o the following
nis, via the Columbia, Newberry
I Laurens, railroad to
Isle of Palms, .1
Sullivans Island 3.15~
J. WV. Denning, Agent. '
(Schedule in Pf~ect April 16, 1905-1
%o. 52. Daily.
Newberry............12.36 p. mn.
Laurens ...... .......1.50 p.mi
Ne. 2. Daily.
Laurens.. .. ........ .. 1.50 p. mn.
Greenwood............ 2.46 p. mn.
Augusta.......... .. ...... 5.20 p. mn.
Anderson ........ ....7.10 p. in.
No. 42. Daily.
Augusta..................... ...... 2 35 p. mn.
Allendale........................ ..4 0 p. m.
Fairfax.... ....................4.41 p. mn.
Chareston.......................... 7 40 p. mn.
Beaufort........................6.30 p. m
Port Royal............... .....6.40 p. m
Savannah......................... 6.45 p. in.
wacrss .................... O. oo p. m.
No. z. D)aily.
Laurens.............................. 2.07 p. m
Spartanburg .................--.320 p. m.
No. 52. No. 37.
Daily. Ex. Sun.
Laurens.............2 0g p. mn. 8.oo a. m.
Greeville ......... -3.25 p. in. 1o 20 a. mn.
irough Pullman Cs.r SelTice between AU
a and Jacksonville, Fla.
GAQUE, Agt., Ls.nrens. S. C.
T. BEYAN, G en'l Agt., Greenville. S. C.
EST WILI AMS,Gen'1Pass. A.gt Augusta.