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THE PRESS ASSOCIATION.
Resolutions Of Appreciation And
Esteem Forwarded Pres
dent E. H. AXll.
President E. H. Aull. of the South
Carolina State Press association, has
received a handsomely engrossed
copy of resolutions of appreciaiion
and esteem ad(.pted by the associa
tion while homeward hound from the
St. Louis exposition.
The resolutions'read as follows:
S. C. State- Press Association
Private Car Haslemere. enroute
Homewards from World's Fair. May
"'To the uninitiated ii may appear
that the office of president of the
South Carolina State Press associa
tion is an easy position to Fil, yet
the members of this assocation are
illy sensible of the great responsi
bilities and arduous duties to be per
formed as president of this associa
tion as the office is now filled by our
distinguished president. Col. Elbert
"In additon to his other duties, to
spend months in arranging pleasure
trips for the association. having due
regard for the minutest details, and
then possessing the executive ability
to carry out every single detail, with
out the slightest hitch or dissatisfac
tion to any one, requires a master
"Always on the alert, with an un
selfish devotion, laboring earnestly
with an eye single to the co.*,.fort
and pleasure of the members, with his
charming wife at his elbow, encour
aging and supporting him: it is with
peculiar pleasure and satisfaction that
w e bear testimony to his admirable
success in meeting. and even antici
pating our every wish.
"To attempt to repay him for his
labors in our behalf would be far be
yond our ability, and in addition to
our slight token of. appreciatien just
presented in the silver tray as a sou
venir of our pleasant trip to the
World's Fair of 1904. we desire to
place ourselves upon record as a fur
ther token of our appreciation: there
fore. be it
"Resolved. That the South Caro
lina State Press association extend to
Col. Elbert H. Aull. president of this
association, our sincere thanks for
the distinguished ability with which
he has discharged his duties and af
forded us such pleasure and comfort
on this trip.
"Wishing for him and his every
successy in their walk of life.
"The above resolution. with the
preceding remarks. adopted at a
special meeting of the association
held May 28th, 1904.
"Jos. L. Stoppelbein.
"Secretary. pro tem."
Death of Mrs. M. A. Sale.
Mrs. Margaret A. Safe died at her
home in Columbia on Friday- after
noon. She was a sister-in-law of Mr.
G. G. Sale, of this city, and a -neice
of Mr. S. P. Boozer. Her,.remains
were brought to Newberry on Sa,tur
day morning and laid to rest in Rose
Mrs. Sale had hosts of friends in
Newberry to whom the news of her
death brought sorrow. The following
is from the Columbia State of Sat
"After an illness since last Decem
ber, Mrs. Margare't A. Sale died at
her home on Taylor street yesterday
afternoon. The funeral services were
conducted at the home in the even
ing, the bier being covered with flow
ers brought by,. children - she had
taught and who loved her dearly.
The interment will be at Newberry
"Mrs. Sale was a native of Cam
den, her father being the late W. D.
Anderson. At the age of 16 she
married the Rev. A. M. Sale. then pas
tor of the Presbyterian church at
Camnden and later of the church at
Newberry where he died. She is
surv:ived by her mother. by two
children. Douglass and Lucy. and by
two sisters. Mrs. David Witherspoon
and Mrs. Willie Alexander 'of Cam
"Mrs. Sale upon the death of her
husband. became a teacher in the
Presbyterian High school of this
city when it was flrst started. and up
to the day when her last illness be
gan, never missed a day from school
except upon the death of her little
daughter. Marguerite. Rev-. G. A.
Blackburn spoke very feeling!y'. dur
ing the funeral s.ervices ofthe good
she had accomnpli-hed by the exanmple
of her Christian faith and character
STATE CAMPAIGN SCHEDULE.
Campaign to Open at Sumter on June
21-Assessments of Candi
At a meeting of the sub-committee
4f the state democratic executive
c'nmmittee. held in Columbia. last
wveek. the following schedule for the
state campaign was arranged.
Sumter. Tuesday. June 21: Manning.
\Wednesday, June 22: Monck;s Cor
ner. Thursday. June 23: Georgetown.
Friday. June 24: Kingstree. Sat,,rday.
June 2;: Conway. Tuesday June 28:
Marion. Wednesday. June 29; - Flor
ence. Thursday. June -o: Darlington.
Friday. July 1: Bennettsville. Satur
day. July 2: Bishopville. Tuesday.
July ;: Chesterfield. Wednesday. Julyl
6: Camden. Thursday. July 8: York
ville. Saturday. July 9: Union. Tues
day. July 12: Spartanburg. Wednes
day. July 13: Gaffney. Thursday. July
14: Greenville, Friday, July 15; Pick
ens. Saturday. July 16: Walhalla,
Tuesday. July ig: Anderson, Wednes
day. July 2o:. Abbeville. Thursday,
July 21: Greenwood. Friday, July 22;
Laurens. Saturday, July 23: Newber
ry. Monday, July 25: Orngeburg.
Tuesday, July 26; Bamberg. Wednes
day. July 27; St. George, Thursday,
July 28: Charleston, Friday, July 29;
Walterboro. Saturday, July 30; Beau
fort. Tuesday, August 2: Hampton,
Wednesday. August 3; Barnwell, Fri
day, August 5: Aiken, Saturday, Au
gust 6: Edgefield, Monday. August 8;
Saluda. Tuesday. August 9; Lexing
ton. Wednesday, August 10: Chester.
Thursday, August 1i: Winsboro, Fri
day. August T2: Columbia. Saturday,
Only those candidates having op
position will be required to atttend
the meetings. The assessments fixed!
are: For candidates for' governor.,
$5o: for lieutenant governor. $12.50:
for adjutant general, $25: for all
other state offices. $37.50: for congress.
$5o: for solicitor. $25.
The following members of the sub
committee were present at the meet
ing last week. Chairman Jones. Sec
retary Parks, T. H. Kitchen, Cole L.
Blease. W. D. Blac ., D. J. Griffith.
and D. H. Magill.
NEWBERRY GRADED SCHOOL
Annual Commencement Exercises
Held on Friday Nght
The annual commencement exer
cises of the Newberry graded schools
were held on Friday night. at which
time seven young ladies received theirl
diulomas. They are Misses Julia
Tarrant, Verna Lane, Sarah Gpggans,
Annie Herbert. Teddy Maybin. Sadie
Pearson. and Adeline Johnstone.
The commencement exercises.
which were held in the opera house,
marked the close of one of the most
successful sessions in the history of
the school. The attendance has
been large, and the work of superin
tendent. teachers and pupils has been
earnest and faithfttl.
The exercises Friday night were at
tended by an audience which could
not find seating room in the opera
house. The pride oi Newberry in her
graded school system was conclusive
ly showvn by the attendance and the
marked attention which was given by
the audience throutghout the. evening.
Essays were read by each of the
seven young lady graduates. The
papers show-ed earnest and careful
preparation. The full program. in
cluding the subject of each essay.
has already been published.
The annual address was delivered
by the Rev. H. H. Covington, of
Sumter. Mr. Covington spoke for
only fifteen minutes and without
notes. His address was forceful and
appropriate and delivered in an ea sy
style, which wvon and held close at
tenion throughout. The main
thought which he sottght to impress
was that that life is truJy lived
which when found. is devoted to the
public welfare. That life which was
solely devoted to the public welfare
was strucureless and unfrtuitful. A
life devoted to self was fragmentary.1
foolish, and wasted. First find your
life, he said, and then devote it to the
The delivery of the diplomas was
made by the Superintendent Prof. W.
\. Stuckey. Prof. Stuckev eloquent
ly impressed upon the graduating
cass that their school life was bu
a preparation for the greate lIfe
upon which they were ahout to enter
iad already enjoyed had but nttec
:hem to seize -great opportunitiei
vhich were to come in the future. It
(onclusion he thanked the audienci
'r their attendance and especialli
The t,ial enrolment of the citi
-chools the past year has been 1.055
f Ollows: -
f--iundary Street ... ... ..... 41.
.\\-st End ... ... ... ... ... 16.
i-'e eolored> ... ... ... .. 47;
DOES THIS SUIT YOU?
.laye-' Pharmacy. the enterprising
ruggist; ot Newberry are having
u1ch a large run on "Hindipo." th<
iew Kidney Cure and Nerve Tonic
md hear it so highly praised thal
hey now offer to guarantee it ir
-very case to cure all forms of Kid
iev Troubles and Nervous Disorders
They pay for it if it does not giv<
ou entire satisfaction.
If you use it. it is their risk no1
ours. A 5o cent box sent by mai
Inder positive guarantee.
Newberry, S. C.
Capital -. - $50,00C
Surplus - - - 19,500
since organization 21,00C
Paid Depositors in
ment since or
ganization - - $9,200
A man working by the day is paid
ror the time he puts in at work, bul
when that man saves a dollar for hif
lay's labor it works for him nights
is well as days; never lays off on ac
iount of bad weather and never geb
;ick, but goes right on earning hin
in income. It's a nice thing to worl
or money, but it's much nicer tc
3ave money working for you. Tr3
t-open a savings account with ut
d get some money working for you
gake a deposit in the Savings de.
partment today and let it begin tc
work for you. Interest computed a
I per cent January 1 and July 1 o
Shingles! Shingles! Shingles,
200,000 Shingles jusi
received, FOR SALE
CHEAP, also Lumber
and Laths, Rough or
Houses Built on shori
notice. SHOP WORIM
such as Mantles, Doors
and Window Frames
a specialty. Repairing
of all kind.
Shop in front of jail
Newberry, S. '
For Sale by
C. H. CANNON.
We hearby anno.
+ candidate for more
ourselves to satisfy
+ MAYES' DR
* We believe in w
By putting the cents in th(
customer is the One who contir
fident of getting a dollars' w<
bought goods, lower prices, a
20 cents kind at 15 cents.
12 1-2 cents kind at 10 cents.
8 1-3 cents kind at 6 1-2 cents.
BLACK GOODS! COMPLE
Tussah Silks, Voiles, Crashe
White Goods, Swisses. Ging
"Cost Sale" competitors Can't
on every pair of shoes
The biggest and best line w
will not allow us to quote price
suit or extra pants for less !
have in stock and not what we
s. J. W
Agent for But1
AT THE RUSSELL
Will find a full line of Gr
Vegetables, Tobacco, Cigars,
thing in the grocery line col
my Boneless Pig Feet, Columi
Tripe and other nice things t
cery Store. I have got the g<
will appreciate your trade at
filled promptly; goods deliver
you the very best goods you ca:
is possible for them to be sol
Be sure to find the place, the F
* We are still1hE
6' friends and 4
* money. Our
* are full, and w
Sning the sam
: wayn measu
Not those. menti
but a fresh lot ji
* Try ou Pino
Phne 110 .
ince ourselves as a
business and pledge +
a right place. The well pleased
ues to come where he feels con
)rth for one hundred cents. Well,
nd honest dealing has kept us to
15 cents-kind at 12 1-2 cents
10 cents kind at 8 1-2 cents..
5 1-4 cents kind at 5 cents..
TE LINE JUST ARRIVED'
s, Lawns, Nainsooks, Linens,
hams, etc., at. prices that our
md Oxfords in the house.
e have ever shown. Ouu space
s, but we will sell you the same
noney. We advertise what we
have "Just Sold Out" of.
d see us,
OLD STAND YOU
oceries, Confectioneries, Fruits,
&c. When in need ofany
ne to see me andtrysomeof
>ia River Salmon, Seaquads and
snally kept in a first-class Gro
ods and my prices are right. I
d treat you right. Mail orders
d on short notice. I will give
i buy-for as little money as it
d at and live. - Come to see me.
tussell old stand.
ire offering ou *
:ustomers the e
for the .least.,
5 ware rooms e
~e are still run-0*
re and weight. *
ed Beef Harne.