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E. 1 A1-lw. EnJTUIS
How wouild it do to organize a
company to build a yarn mill on the
mont lily installment plan ? Itshould
be an easy matter to raise 1500
shares at one dollar a month. This
would give us $1,600 and in fifty
months we couli have $75,000, aind
arrangements could ea-ily be made
to have the building up and the ma
chinery and the mill running bofore
the stock was all paid in. We nted
to get some nanufacturing onter
prises in Newborry and in this way
we could raiso the money witlout
any one fooling it, and those who
work on salary could take some stock
and in this way every one would be
intorosted in the success of tho enter
prise. Wo would be glad to hear
from some of our businless mon oil
this suggest ion.
Many are the times in the recent
past that news has reached us stati rig
positively the death of Aguinaldo,
the leader of the Filipinos, and now
we are told that he has been cip.
tured by Gen. Funston and is in the
hands of the Amricans. It seems it
little strange to us that a man who
has died at so many different times
recently can still be alive We sup
pose wietn the administration has
succeeded in killing all his country.
m1eni, who, iinder his lendership hitve
for two years besn fightiing for tloF.e
principlhs which are so dear to Ameri
cas, they will then condomi him as
a traitor to this governmerit, and he
will die his last dentt. Or eat is the
change which has come over the tn
COLUMII It LETTEV.
Columbia, March 28 -Wo had a
very heavy ritin here on Tuosdny
morning and the river is very much
swollen from the effects of the rain
in the up-couitry. Wednesday wit,
a balmy spring day. The changes
are quich. and fast sometimeis but we
do not believe there is a better cli
mate in the world than we have
I notice the Stato iewnpaper keeps
hammering at the Governor about
the free pass bill I flind the follow.
ing in one issuo this week:
Over five weeks having passed
since the adjournient of the legis
lature in(d the act repealing the ltw
against iAlicial use of free patses not
having bween turnied over to the codeo
commxiissioner with thle signarturn of
the excentive, it is a fair inference
that Governor McSweenrey init.nids to
hold t hiis mteasur te until thle nt'xt se's
sioni of thle geneiratl itsseml y, wvhen
lhe will have the opt ion of ret urninmg
it wvith or withlout his atpprovatl 'PThe
Ilabby iannor in wvhich the (ov
ernor hias dlealt wit h this issue, so
clear cut in mnoralis, is charatcteristic
of him. lie temonilrizes hetween duity
and dlesire, between fear of .ubiie
condemnation atnd an1 appetite for
free t ransportat ion which it is not
deninlid lie manifested whien a inim
boer of the general a-semibly. Thie
incident does not do credit to 1[6s
I would like to know hiow the
State would have the Governor vet..
the bill while the Legislature is not
in session. Would t he St ate niews
paper have thle Governor call the
Legislature togetheir int order to, vote.
the bill. I sup~pose the State w'ouldl
hatve the Governor tell it what he i
going to do. I do not know wvha'
the Governor is going to do abutm
this bill. TUhe cosuttituLt ion providhe
on this point as fellows:
"Every bill or j int resolution.
which shall have pas.'ed the Geniersl
Assembly, except on a gnestion .4f
adjournment , shall, buefore it bie
comes a latw, hie pres"nted to thl,
Governor, and1( if he approve he shnl
sign it; if not, he shall returnt i-,
with his objectionis, to.the house it.
which it originated, which shall en
ter the objections at large on its
journal and proceed to reconsider
it. If a bill or joint resolution shall
not be returned by the Goverun
within three days after it shall have
been presented to him, Sundlays ex
capted, it shall hkve the same fore
and effect as if he bad signed it, tin
lees the General Assembly, b)y ad1
journment, prevent its return; in
which case it shall have such force
and effect unless returned within
two days after the next meeting."
Now, I have no ideia what the
Governor is going to do about this
particular bill, but it seems to m.'
utterly out of harmony with what is
just and fair and right to be con
tidually charging weakness and in
decision because he has takeun no
action. It he should decide not to
apnrove zt. what the Stat. thinks its
should do, the constitution makes it
his duty to send the bill to that
branch of the Legislature in which
it. originated with his reasons for
wit hboldli his name. I am free to
aidnit that it was a great oversight
and mistake on the part of the mem
bero of the constitutional convention
in not making provision that this
messag(i and the bill should be sent
to the editor of the State instead of
to the Legislature, but I ain afraid
it is too lato now to correct the error,
antl the poople will havo to suffer the
cont-equencos. But the constitu
tion provides that the Governor
,.hall furnish the information as to
what he dLes and his reasons in case
ho withholds his name to the Gen.
A rather penliar case was pro
Rented to lie Governor frow Spar
tanburg the other day in the shape
of a petition for pardon. An old
man was convicted of violation of
the dispensary law and the jury who
tried the case the next day after ren
dterin,! their verdict voluntarily pro
sented a petition asking the man's
pardon. The Governor granted their
The Columbia peopl are going
to do their best to make the reunion
of Confederate veterans a grand suc
cos and I am sure they are going to
sccoed. As we g-t away from the
trouhious times of 'Ol-'65 these re
unions grow io i .tert and I hope
to see in Columbia in May every old
veteran left in the State. The rail.
roadh have made the rates very low
ald I am sare Columbia will do her
part to give the boys a pleasant
time while h,re.
E. H. A.
On Wednesday last we had a much
nteedod rain, the gr-und had becomue
too hard in uilace to plough.
This morning we had frost und Ic - In
abundance aind it is w-ill cold at present,
We cannot yet tell the amount of
danage done by the frevz,.
We have had another confligration
fhs time on the place belonging to
%4rs. Hi rris. Mr B. P. Cannon and
others lost, about 3 cords of wood. Had
nt the wind been favorable in carry
ing the be-t 'n the oppo-ite direction,
\lr Antine Buzhardt and ot,hers would
i rOe iuit a large amount, of wood.
Some of our farmers have planted
vorn, nearly all are read v to plant but
on atccount, of the cold weatl.- will
wait a few days longer.
Mr. David Dobbins and daught-r, of
Whtmire, were visiting Mr. W. H1.
J1nes8 tast sunday.
Mr. Gr aver Glymph, of G1. mphville,
was visit,tog Mr. 0. H-. Lane last
Riev J WV. Blanton preached ae
usual1 ani excellen) sermon to a large
c ".greg'a ion at. IC mrce church lant
l'here wIll tie a conference at Leba
non echurcth on ji' iday before the fifth
Sunday. liev. WV. 8 Uenry will preach
aL, Lebanon on the tiftn Sunday.
We are glad to kn ,w that. Mrs. Setz
ber, who has been quite sick, se improv
Oir worthy rep)resen~tative, Hion.
constiluents, be has distribut,ed the
agrlculIt ure reports throughout our
neIghborhood, and all parties will find
the biok worthy of p)eru'al
March 22, i.901 B 'chmnan.
Vestnet ble). ok e arm frn, Mast
S ven hutndred acres for sale, well
a.ered, clorv r growvs Ihnely Near
Ne wtborr3, S. . i t-Irss tI -ral I a -
Au~ws, Nuwwoorr , C 3
Mrts. D). M. W..rd and Mrs. IElla
ii uase, of New bWiry, are visiting Mlrs.
M~aster Charliu3 B srr has iieen in his
roomu several day-, sick with rosseta
All the "isende of Mr Marnxoy H4r
.uon are glad to ou him tsack agatn at
nib wLork at ii ,wk, Bros' st'.:e, oaf er
ani lin us "i a ''i iteks at his
fat.ner's tlo G - e - 5i C
uto,, of \ent b . .plilt , mu,id ,5
,' ti aund $iunda) 'ih D. I. A. -.imp
4 nl's famit'3.
M1e. Liza o D)oh.er, wh-> -.ra ,-en
vls1t,ii1g M,as. D Ia Biwers, returtned
ti) he' home Moinday.
Thelro was a general ttuixture, in the
sinooo house last, Fliday eveniner and
daturday, iaw3ers, preachere, far mers,
metrchan's, doctors, blackemithus and
ever b dy of every do43erIp)t,hm were
t/ ere(itatitig oiver t,he great ques
twon s.f "Dispensary" or "No Ispen
Quite a number of the young people
ini town went, to Newberry Wednesday
to atend t,he dog and pony snow. d.
Save. Two Fromi Deati.
Our little (laughter hmad ani lalmost fa
at attacik of whoi)pinu cough and brotn
chillis," writes Mrs WV. K ilaviland, of
Armunk, N. Y.. "but., when all ot her
resmitiesI filed, wo saved her life with
Dr. King's New Discovery. Our tiece,
'vi lo adi enntumption in an advanced
stage, also used this wondert'ul medI-.
elne and to-dvy sue is pe-rfectly well.
Desperate throat, and lung diseased
yethd to Dr. KIng's New Dicovery as
to tno ot her tmediine otu earth, InfuilI.
tile for cough< and t'lls. 500 and $1.00
guaranwte by all dryggtst. , Tsi bot
Unchman Cra opel ait Uniou Acad. mj
Some time -go I promised to have
something to .ay upon the suhj ct o1
hIgh style and up-to dite living.
We will turn loose some thoughts in
this direction, let the result be as it
will: As a rule the farming class of
people are the w-rot to grumble and
c mplain, and make poor mouths of
any other class, therefore, our thoughts
will bo directed mostly to them.
Wt-el, dear friends, here we are
t.ramplIng he glorious old month of
March-the beginnin,g, of lien Lime.
We are now In the midst of anot,her
credit season, one of ihe most danger
ous periodi that we have to contend
with. Our liens and mortgages are
about all signed up and the clerk of
court is busy putting them on i e, so
there will not be much more complain
Ing until about the first of next No
Now my dear brother farmers there
is something confronting us at this
very time that demands our serious
conideration. Let us begin to think
over uhe cost of making this crop.
Wars abroad, or from some other cause,
have made mules and horses higher
than thay have been for several years
pist; now add the further fact that
fo-id is higher and is still advancing,
and you can readily see that its going to
cost more to make this crop than it, has
in former years There is no doubt
but what the guano debt is going to be
larger than it has been for many years
N ,w let us take these facts into con
oleration and see if there Is any -oom
for us to make the deb, still larger for
the sake of up-to-date living. You
in ty talk about diversifl id crops. exten
eSve farming, bonded warehouse- and
ever.>thing of the kind as a mt3ans of
regulating ihe price of cotton. B t
good people a,4 long as we are over
burdened with debt, we are as helpless
as lambs. I'he fashions of aiso her
season are opeiiing up, Iiducements of
various kinds are spriiiglng fort h, so
now Is the impor ant - ime to stop and
con-ider the fact it wt are not living
too fast-always trying to live like
simebody else-not satisflid to live ac
cording to our own means. The idea
is'to live u)-to-date. Keep up with the
f tshion of (he world reg irdles4 of what
it, cest. The world has goue perfectly
crazy on legislat,ion, education, fasn
ion and plride. If you don't dress up
according to the latest style you are
classed amnoig the vagrants.
Suppose we were to drop back in the
steps of our bld forefathurs and mothers
about 40 years ago. L-t all this up-to
date living alone. Could we not easily
cut down our expenses at least one
This Is all the protection we need--fol
low this plan atiout six years, and take
my word, speculation and combitation
will vanish, our nomes will flourIsh,
t)ur debts will oc paid and we will be
a happy people
But pride is Ihe root of all evil, fa,1h
ion is the root of pride and woman
t,he roe' of fashion. Bumt, God biless the
women, comeos earnestiy from my heart,
atnd I shati not give t,bem less than the:y
deserve, there is nobody likee to see
them dress, look pret,t,y and be inter
esilng better than I do, if the money
has already been made to pay up) as they
go, but if it, hi ' to be bought on a lien for
God sake do with as little as pose
ble. We p;oor people have to deny
ourselvEs of so much society living
serve God. Do what you know to be
right, live according to you means anid
let society speak of you as it wll
style, fashion and p)ride are nothing but
the works of the devil, and are shutting
many a poor soul out of hieaven every
day. A person just as well be singing
Psalms to a dead horse as trying to
make me believe lhe is a Chrisetian so
long as he carries in his breast a
highminded, proud heart. Christ's
whole life from beginning to end was
splent in teaching pesople humility. 1
know most of the women are going
to shun the idea of what I say. The)
Mar) ns a pretty girl-her figure moat
Sne m iusi have something nice to wear
if it has to be boug ht on a lion
Then next fail the cry will be.
Times Is h rd money is scarce,
L *nu fac's through he land.
l'he lie ns h ave swallowed up our cro
And left u- not a horn'.
Now John begins to study.
iii rolls a'.d tumbles,
Gr'un's and murmurs.
Blu its all in1 vatin.
rioelet,y says Mu -y must dress in sty le
Or the will be to tblame
G.Kd bless the world, Can's we sto;,
so enuch sooiety up-to-date liting. This
Is at, -ut sell the protec-lea we need.
S shool at U.,alon closed last F iday.
There is and has been for -the pas.t
few weeks an epidemic -of grip.
tbroughout this sect ion.
-There was comnmunii n services* at
Blachmnan chapel lust, Sunday with pe
paratoryv services on Sattirday evening
previfous Th%e congregiat ion elected
Mr. A. B. Piest\,r as 'a dl.-gato :to con.
forencs~ which convenes stih3t. Jamnes
church, Jalapa, today. Mr. L. I. Ept.
ing wIll represent 8t. Paul's congrega.
There wi!l he preaching at St Paul's
on Good Friday .with communion on
Mr M. L $trauss has a very fine lo'
of chickens, the only educated chick
ens I ev.-r saw. Its a perfect curiosity
to see him make them run around the
house all in a drove until he tells themn
A hail storm passed through this
section last Monday evening.
There has been a considerable out
come in the grain crop for the past few
Married at Propnarity Lutheran nar.
onag-b by R -v. Hiller last Sunday
evening, Mr. Jacob Hawkins and M s
Edns 81ase, daughter of Mr. and MrF.
Joh n I. Sense.
Mr. and Mrs. W W Kinards are both
sick wit h g ip and fever.
We congratulate The Observer on
the return of its old editor, Mr. Wal
lace, is more than an ordinary writer.
He always leads out in questions that,
interust the people.
Give me you hand Josh Trump and
except my congratulatitoni. I want, you
to make the effor t of y..ur life, you
must, win ihat cake I know N ou can
March 28, 1901 Chips.
A Place of licauty It1sOt Will Prove a J,y
Dr. V. K'. Pehain has had placed it
his pharmacy oie of the handsomest,
soda fountains iii the State, and is pre
pared to dispense refreshing drinks of
any flavor. This fountain was pur
clasec from the American Soda Foun
tain (ompany of Philadelplia, and it
would pay any one who has never s.en
it to call and take a look at it.
This fountain is made of bolid onyx
and is beautifully trimmed in silver.
1L Is Ien feet in length, has three French
p ate mirrors, ono of which extends eu
tirely across the top and to supported
by two columns of onyx; the other two
are so arranged as to form a triangular
grotto in the centre of the fount,ain.
Tnis wrotto has suss-endud from the top
a filh uquarium, and Is lighted with
two liwhts all of which are so rt flueted
as to appear Lt be four times the nunu
ber Tue bottom appears to be a bed
of lovely purple violets. Ou either side
of this grotto whic, is In les-if a bower
of oeau y are ten --f ibe late-timprov-d
tilting o3 rup jars, all porcelain lined
sil I cacti of wtien will hold a galon.
At the bottom if the fountain, and
extenalug its full length is an air tight
refrlgeratsr having six doors, in the
c itre sof which is at ice box and on
either side are apartmeuts for coid
stor -ge Ou the side Is a three way
cock which enab es the dispenser to
turn on the varbotiated water without
leuving ihe fountain.
Four diffirent imieral waters--Vict y,
Deep Rio k, Tate Spring and Litila
m -y be drawn from this fount at any
This Immense affair Is lighted b.
nine lights and is truly a thing of beau
ty wnich no doubt will prove a j >y for
ever to the thir.ty traveller., who ctme
i this fountain to be refreshed.
Dr. Pelham will also have two ice
orea n parlors in his Colua [all during
the summ r
The most beautiful thing in
the world is the baby, all
dimples and joy. The most
pitiful thing is that same baby,
thin and in pain. And the
mother does not knowv that a
little fat makes all the differ
Dimples and joy have gone,
and left hollows and fear-; the
fat, that wvas comnfor-t and
color and curve-all but pity
and love--is gone.
The little one gets no fat
from her food. There is some
thing wrong;itis either her food
or food-mill. She has had no
fat for weeks; is living on what
she had storedl in that plump
little body of hers; and that is
gone. She is starving for fat;
it is death, be quick!i
Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil is the fat she can
take; it will save her.
The enoin has this picture on
fyo have not tried it, send
foTree sanaple. its agreeable
taste wilt surprise you.
SCO & BOWNE.
409 Peatri St..ee N. Y.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRtY-IN
indrew J.5 L.angford in hisown right
as ox-outor and Milton A. Carlisle as
oxecut"r of the last will and testes.
mnent of William Langford, deceased,
Malindla lIigglins ot., al.
IN OBEDIENCE~ TO AN ORDER OF
athe court herein, I will receive otdls
'or town lots, itn town of New herry, S. C.
hoclonging t,o tbe 'st,ate of Wlliam
Liangforc) doenuneed, to hbesold under t,he
or der of the court at private sale, fo,rty.
hiree of said lot,. are Aituated ne ar the
r..ideet44 upion whieh the deceased to
steled at the t,ime of hlis death and have
no buildings upon them T'he o'h. r
thirteen in number nd no buildmys(
uapon them, are subdivided lots or 'ue
rawford lot of land t.ear the town of
:elena. A190 two houses and Jots in
he town of Helena. Pleste of the sarre
are now on Ac ini mv romen
H. H1. RIKARID, Master
March21, 1001. '.
It's a fact that niothor knows more about B >ys' ( 1 thing
than a dozen average men, and for this rI1,>O we always
gladly welcome mot hers to our store.
Our Spring Clothing fto. Boys and Chi(Iren is .o attractive
that it is easily way ahead (f any display < Vter In1ade inl
Newberry. We have ever-,. new id a in -4iir andi Vest(e
suits, Russian Bleu-e and Two ani *iiree Pie uo - ts. We
have not had a custom- r find fault witi oulr pri es 1 hisseasn).
Mther, there's a chance waiting for yom in oril ( hi'<lren's
The Ewvart-Firfor Go1,
THE PEOPLE'S CLOTI1ER.
UNDER THE NEWBERRY HOTEL.
Tle lIutual LifB Insuralc companj
of }ow YorK <*
RICHARD A. McCURDY, President.
The Largest, Strongest, Most Progre;sive Life Insurance
Company In the World.
Paid to Policy-holders in 1900. .. .. .. .. .$ 26,361,863 83
Total income in 1900 .................. 60.582,802 31
Assets December 31, 1900 .............. 32Z.753,152 51
Insurance and Aar aities in Force ........ 1,1411,497,888 02
And It LeadS Again In South Carolina.
From the reports of twelve leading companies, on ile in the Comp.
troller's office it is shown
That The Mutual Life of Now York paid for f-rty nine per cent. more
businet-s in South Carolina in 1900 than any other compan).
(Jained fifty-eight per cent. m)re in-ira-ice in force than any other
Collected in cash premiums $79,521.80 more than any other company.
Has $3,827,9063 more insurance in force in Soith Carolina than any
The Minal Life is now selling a Siugl,4 Pmomium Giaranteo.l Three and
One-Half Per Cent. B>nd, which doot not require an uxnumation.
The Five Per Cent. Twonty Year G )1d B>nd policy cannot b,* equaled.
Better than a G.vernent, B,nd.
No imp-tired or viciou riski solicited or accepted for insurance in this
A few first class agentsi can secnre desiirable coat racts.
For particulars as to plans, rat.es, etc , apply to
F. H. HYATT,
General Agent for thme Ca,r..li- a, Couinumbia, S. C.
marThis offer stands for 30 days only.gsgr
4 F1 Quart of Plr Rye Whsky,
F romn ir
g Seven! $2 65
t o Sh11996$ to
OU-c3. SA Pr. PAC .B.AG-ii.
ON E QT W H. MC HR A Y ER. Guar anteed Strict ly Pure H Iand-madu Ssur- Wseh.
ONE QT. GIBSON XXXX RYE. Palat thle ini the HIihnt D -ire'.
ONE QT. GUGKEN11MMERI, J. st.ly ('elbrated for- its M dh-inal Value.
ONE Q I'. OLD) CROW W H IS[ EY, The Old Reliable Favorite.
We ship this assortmnent, or assorted any way you lik e ti-em. in a plain pack
ogs for $2.05 express pre-paid only to the limits of the Sou'hern, Express Co.
Wr-ite for our new illustrat ed pr-ice list, just ont'. Send in .3our orders.
G'Give us a trial on our $1.50 and $2.00 Pure Rye and Corn.
REFIERENCE: TPhird National Rank.
GLENDALE SPRINGS DISTILLING CO.s
MI -rCHELI. BTR EET. ATLANTA, GA.
Good Time. |THE NEWBERRY
Every man, lady and L-dad~crt o
boy should have a good WJLLI3UY ANDSEILL
time piece. Come and Notes, Bonds aiid
buy itof us as we have -M rggs
a large se.?ction. M rggs
If your watch, clock Stocks of all kinds and
or.jew~eIry needs re pair Real Estate.
bring it to, us and we .. O. B. MAYER, President,
will put it in good or- JNo. M. KINARD. 8cc. and Treas.
lin aflso have a nice BOflO~L Bo Ks
Jewery,Siler R. W M. G MAYESt4 NOW IN
Jewlry Slve car-e of tbe......ty D. posuoy
- asO all books of ' he new adnotion can
WTear and Glass ---ae-hi--atr-- Th-u-n--* ill
be oldforex&.c ly hv yc printed
will please intrs'duce the new he ks as
rapidly as may seem feas-ible, for after
dilar Sdhoti, -ltuiy 1, 190l, the law re quit-ea the neWr
. adoption to he- u-edl exe'usively,
The Jiweler, ELJ" O.E Ed
EASILY, QUicKY AND PEIMANENTLY
is sold %% it it wr it-ei vu wait t i' fo cur
I nsomn ia%. lits, Dzin'I . Hysteria,
Nervoos l-hilih. . L .--t, VitLality, Semi
nul Lo-4ses lailittf M nor% -the r .-sult.
of over work, worry, sitkness, error- of
%outh o" ov'r-i#-dtl'g'-nc-. Pelee $1
6 boxes $5 I mait Iii plain p .ckak-e
to any adtd r. si -n receipt of price Sold
only by Gildoer's Corl.er D ug Store
Sol'- Agen's, Newberry.
Oritona ad An - onn,wyr-lilhl:
a- d raf(t Ladte! alway s a-k f I )r
tt]St-' C 1t4n RA1o 11,11d PCnnyr-'%1 14*0
imile I'ltlis n-ver fall at d I. V. I
injureI . .\bi'ed to lon\ a1 t('b-A (o r.e
iipt, it $1 10 -.% (flde e's Cotier 1). ug
Stme Sole! ALZet,t., Nowherry.
3P -1:-a R] C YU .X." -3M
A now aut complete treau.i-nn con.
-is ing of Sul-plitories, apbuie8 of
011t mnt.o-f,and Iwo boxts of 01n- ment.
-\ never failing cure for Pilvu of evt-rV
naf'ure and di-erce 1 makes an -1pera
in with the knife-, which is painful,
Itnd oftai i-sul6- in dv-at.h, utinecessary
'hy endure Il,is terrible diseas ? We
pack o wr tI(-n atuia'tei in ench $1
hvox. No curt-, nit pay 50c anit $1 a box.
6 f--r $5. Sent 1v mail Sample free.
OINTMENT. 25c. AND 50C.
CONSTIPATION cure-d, Pt- es prevent.
sd, h Jaianet.-t Liver pellets the v reat
Liver and 8totnach . gula'or and Blood
Puriflor Am,ll mi d aid pleasant to
takk; especiall% adapt- d for children'
use. 50 doses 25c. Gilder's Corner Drug
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SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT.
0jN SLEDAY IN APIUL, 1901,
during t-gal houts of oale, I will
s. ii at, Publie nuvtion to the highost
t)idder, tha house and lot in the Tows
opf Pro-perit-y S C , the property of
%irs. .1 N Wo.-at, containing One
fourth of atv Asre, tmore or lest, front
tig oii M,in street of said town, and
nounded north by lot of E. K. Bedotl
haugh, and south by lo a f Dr. J. B
-ilmpson, another lot of Mrs. J N.
Wht-,t., and lot of Logan W3a"e.
TERMS: Ore#--half of the purchase
n..t-y to be paid nsh, the balance in
'welve months, with Itterest from day
-if sale. secured by bond of the pur
chaser and mortgage of the prenmises,
with leav to 'be purchaser to pay the
whole bid in cash. Purchaser to pay
for stumps and papers.
G. G. S ALE,
Attorns-v In Fact
R CI A AM &C. .
For Factories and Mills.
Corlis, Automatic, Plain Side
He atUre, and Pumps.
SA W M IL L$;
From small plantation mnill, to the
heaviest mills in the mark at.
All kinds of wood working m<chtinery
Flour and corn milling machinery.
(Conuplete ginnIng systems, Lummus.
V-,n Winkle and Thotmas. Enuines.
Bollers, Saws, Gins ini stock for quick
1326 Maca St., Coliumnia, 8 U.
8TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY 01F NEWBERRY--N
Milton A. Carlisle Plaintiff, vs. Jobn
Butler Kinard, Defendant.
m,udder, before the Court House at
Ne.wherry, S'.u-h Carolina, on the
First Monday (Salrday) in April, 1901,
all that tr. et of land in said couuty,
cocntainnt g Sevente'en and (17t) One
fourth Aa-res, more less, bounded
by lands of1 t,he estate of Allan Nich
"is, Mars. J. M. Ilawkitts, Big road,
F'rank Bcozer and *othere.
TERM~S OF' SALE: One half of the
purchuase money toa be p id in cash,
the balance on a Ored it of twelve
montbhs with interess from date of.
sale, to be secured by bond of the pur
cha'er and a mortgage of the premises
scold, wish leave so the prbsrt
pay the whole tamourat of his hid irej
cash. And if tbe purebaser falls to.
enonply with the terns e.f .ale wI'hin
one week after da'e of sale, the M es
ter will readver'Ise and sell the eaid
land on the next enstuisg Sa niday at
the risk of the former purchaser. Trhe
curohaser to pa" for senmps and pa
pers- H 11 REK1A RD.
Mastet'su omce, March 6, 1901.
AITLTE\WIRERS NOW EM.
kl.elmed in shc' PubveS('cho I- ofN..w
'm'rry ('onnty are herehy notelled that
at the close of their 'can, Otivt ebchols
they nmust, delIver th Ir Te*.oher's Ret
later to the 0 iunty Stuperisatenden,t as
a finail ret.ort hefo'e 'he last salary
wairrant wil' he c;ppenrved.
Reispre fo'h .
ItUG R ,WERFTS