Newspaper Page Text
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C.. as second class matter.
TUESDAY. JULY 5. 1904.
The State Press Association.
This organizati-n will convene Im
annual session at White Stone
Springs near Spartanburg next Tues
day, the i2th. On Thursday night
the annual address will be delivered
by the Hon John Temple Graves, oi
Atlanta. There will also be an ad
dress by the lion. U. X. Gunter, Jr..
attorney general of the state.
The prospects are for a large meet
ing. We trust that every editor who
can will come to this meeting and
take a week off and rest and meet
his brethren and his sistvrs and w.e
assure you that you will not regret
An interesting pri fgram apart
ir'oni the addresses has been arranged
and there can be no doubt that ever.
editor who is present will be glad
that he came.
These meetings are always helpful
and pleasant and it is gratifying tc
the officers when they are largely at
tended and an interest manifested in
Mr. Graves is a distinguished plat
form speaker and an editorial writer
of rare ability and it is due him that
we should attend this meeting.
Besides this White Stone is a most
delightful place to spend a week or a
month and the cost to each member
is bqt nominal. We have heard from
quite a number and we trust we shall
not be disappointed.
The Crisis Time.
This is a crisis week with the dem
ocratic party whose representatives
are assembled in St. Louis to legis
late for the party and to put forward
standard bearers. Much depends upor
the action of the convention. The
democratic party has not had in a
long time such an opportunity to win
To do so, however, there must be
unanimity on the part of all dem
ocrats in the support. yea earnest
support, of the nominees and tH'e plat
form. Internal strife must cease.
The indications at this writing are
that Mr. Parker will receive the nom
ination, but whoever it is. all wings
of the party must come together ir
his support if it is expected to wit
an election. No name has been sug
gested for the second place but nc
doubt some good man will be found.
It is a crisis time ior the party.
If the strife begins at the conven
tion it will not end until it is too late
to do any good.
Yesterday was the Fourth of July
It marks the anniversary of freedolT
and the founding of a government
which rests upon the basic principle
of the consent of the governed.
The day should be observed in such
a manner as to instill in the minds oi
the youth of the country a love oi
country and a patriotism wvhich wvould
bare its breast to any foe whiLh would
undertake to destroy the liberty w(
3,000 Year Old Cartoons,
Our esteemed cotemporary. the
London Chronicle, is reproducing in
its columns some Egyptian wvar car
toons 3.000 years old. says the Balti
more- Sun- Pharaoh's chariot is
drawn by dogs. The enemy's army
is cmpsed of eats. A single combat
between a rat andl a cat. each arn:e
wvith a swvord. is graphically depict
l- It is explained that this drawing
was the work of a caricaturit of re
own in the year ;ioo B. C. Anothet
cartoon represents a darkey and
ion playing a game of wvar o
draughts. The caricaturist was alse
a writer. HeI describes the soldier o
h, period as the victim of "bac
v ictuals" and water. This would in
dic.at ta iUncle Sam, the Egyp
tians had their "embalmed beef
problem. Many of the ideas express
ed by the ancient cartoonists in theii
productions are found in the drawing:
of modern caricaturists. There 1
in.thing new under the sun. A wis<
man (11nce observed that all the fuunn
st(ries are based up' -i and are vari
ati'nas of ne humorous stories orig
inating with the anciet .\pparent
Iv. the carto ni!ts and the joke iak
ers of th., twemiethl cemury are re
vamping some mighty old material.
The city of Paris has this yeai
1peneld a scientine infcrmatio bit
reau at the Sorbonne. and the ImI
quiries already reach as many a!
twetyv in single davs. While specia
consideration is given to 5cienttI
matters in Paris aitd France. foreigt
;ujhiects -f French interest recei%e at
Notice is hrehy given that tite n
tllC(. C i'.1)oIill,- B0,17d
Turv CkmmIs iners for Newhe\rrN
,!:mty. State .f Suih Carolina
wil on the 14th Of .uir in t .. atn
a. .. i i the ,lce of the Clerk o
Cuti for said C'inty, ."penly an
publicly draw thirty-six jirors. t4
erve as Petit Jurymen.at the Ai-,
tust ttrml of Court of General Ses
-ions ior Newberry Counity. Begin
niing August Ist. 1904. and continini
for one week.
Jno. L. Epps.
William W. Cromer.
Jno. C. Goggans.
Clerk of Court.
July 2n .. '04.
For St. Phillips school. Male
Term 6 months. Salary S4o pe:
month. Apply to
R. C. Sligh.
The trustees and patrons o
Vaughnville school will meet on th<
.rst Satur4a, in August at 3 u'ci)i
elect a teacher for the next schoo
term. The school will run 8 to
months. Applications must be sen
to the below trustees.
C. A. Brooks
A. A. 'Madden.
H. 'M. Boozer.
Sunday School Excursion.
There will be an excursion ove
the Southern railroad from Prosperi
tv to Columbia on Thursday. Jul,
7th. for the benefit of all the Sunda:
Schools along the line. The train wil
leave Prosperity at about 8 o'clock a
im. and returning leave Columbia a
6 p. m. T'he fare for the round tri:
*from all points will be 30 cents be
tween the ages of5~ and 12 years: an<
6 cents for all over 12 years. Ar
rangements will be made with th
street car company to tak'e as man,
as desire to the picnic grounds. WV
cordially invite the Sunday School
to join us.
* John C. Aull.
John B. Stezler.
Pomaria, S. C., June 29. 1904
Newberry, S. C.
Capital .. - - $50,00(
Surplus - - - 19,504
since organization 21,004
Paid Depositors in
ment since or
ganzation - - $9,204
A man working by the day is pai<
for the time he puts inat w ork. bu
when that man saves a dollar for hi
day's labor it works for him mig~
s well as days; never lays,off o1
cccut of bad weather and ne've
gets sicg, but goes right on earn
tg him an income It'S a n;c
hing to work for money. but it
miuct nicer to have nmoney workin
or you Try it-open a saving
tccont with] us and get some mone:
working for you. Make a deposi
in the Savings department toda:
and let it begin to work for you
Interest computed at 4 per en
Ja.,...- i and July 1 of each year
THIS IS T H" FREEZER
YOU ARE LOOKING FOR
IT TURNS E-\SILY. M IXES
TAKES ONLY TrE
A CHILI) CA N UPEIRAT I r
F. A. SCHIUM PERT,
New Art and
A full line of various
need from writing pens
to trunks. All new and
fresh goods. Anything
except GROCE RI ES
and DRY GOODS.
Come and see me
before buying in
Scholarship & Entrance
The Examination f:r the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop %ol
lege and -for the admission ot new
students will be held at the County
Court House on Friday, July 8th, at
9 A. M. Applicants must not be less
than fifteen years of age. When schol
arships are vacated after July 8, they
will be awarded to those making the
highest average at this examination.
- Scholarships are worth $100 and free
tuition. The next -ession wili open
I September 21, 1904. For further in
formation and catalogue address
Pres. D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill, S. C.
IThe Commercial Bank
Ce Newberry, S.C.
INTEREST PAID IN SAV
PROMPT AND COURTEOUS
TREATMENT TO ALL.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
'1 FOR RENT.
Jno. M. Kinard, President.
0. B. Mayer, Vive-President.
)Z. F. Wright, Cashier.
Singles! Shingles! Shingles!
200,000 Shingles just
recived, FOR SALEi
CHEAP, also Lurnber
and Laths, Rough or
Houses Built on short
notice. SHOP WORK
such as Mantles, Doors
ard Window Frames
a specialty. Repairing
of all kinds. .
Shop in front of jail.
Newberrv. S. C.
We find th
more in this
twe care to
all who wis
o sure that we ca
i We have a fir
4.ing Hats, Hats I
+ Prices away
i and see for you
* Our lines of Whit
* Light Woolen Dress
: evening wear, Hosier:
all right. Nice lines (
+ Come and see us.
$1,ooo for $;
You can 2.ooo for i
+Buy a ,00fo3
4,ooo for 3C
* Buyi 4,000 for
SHJ ME 5,ooo for 3
* Anywhere And Five p
in the You can pay
You can pay 0
UVnited You pay only
You owe fror
*States. jsend for Pro
*Standard Gutaranty a
* Fiscal !
1323 Main Street..
Responsible Agents wanted ir
AT THE RUSSELL 4
Will find a full line of Gr
Vegetables, Tobacco, Cigars, &c.
in the grocery line comne to set, me
Feet, Columbia River Salmon, Sea
:hings usually kept in a tirst-class
oods and my prices are right. I wi
ou right. Mail orders filled pron
notce. I will give you the very b
moner as it is possible for them to
me. !k ture to find the place, the R
JACOB L D
THE HONEST 0
$5O BANK DEPOSIT
Oo00 RalodFaePi. 50
Boardat Cost. Write Quick
BEnneIaLAB anaa BijSINESS COLLEGE,Macon,Ga. i
at we have
cements to :
linery now. '
lnt is in com-$
and we feel +
e lot of walk-+
:or Dress and i
e Goods, Muslins,
Goods, Goods for
., orsets, etc, are
-.5o per month.
.oo per month.
5o per month.
).oo per month.
-.5o per month.
er cent. simple interest. *
)ff the loan at any time.
ff any portion of it at any time. +
5 per ct. on the actual amount.
i year to year.
>r Newberry County.+
in Herald and News Office. +
nd Trust Comnpany.4
. CSEGU R, +
Lgent for Soutbh Carolina.
Columbia, S. C.
LD STAND YOU
ceries, Confectioneries, Fruits.
When in need of anything
and try some of my Boneless Pig
quads and Tripe and other nice
rocery Store. I have got the
11 appreciate your trade and treat
3ptly ; goods delivered on short
est goods you can buy for as little
be sold at and live. Come to see
ussell old stand.
For Sale by
C. H. CANNON.