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OF COUNTY CAMPAIGN
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h0ad hee rural
7'*: l , a heat tae
Fu os1 -- ti regard
It wh state
c *ri.ph r . - t her
:il,: nn.h , -L 1e ..- th 1state
had been a;aut:hi'j::ite for a
ar.:drd. eas. e !he i- no: want
tgo .: these h 1 i t: r,,n' pulled
glu h !a : see them
1,:n as conn ::p le. WVhat
oiwne ( *--:a- -:herq the
app rocpriatin e.Sp 5 i he I:: !! ou
foo! the pe..pi e .1:e 1e-- vote in
-h:county. and.~ he wvould :ellt he peo
rile uow as he : '! then: : wo years
ago that he ': hteleve i thir taxes
we,re. g.oing '. :' redce.i. The ap
i on . , te- ctins
er were a. -- St::o.ono. which
:c.::&d he re-: :ed next year
'I ti .a:m f i it 0
r 0: co :n'ol. - -ntti, a propnt :at
1- cf the apprpi Caeins gng this
year to pnnt imrovewnts. lie
.t ravaganIt 1 he waold -ote
against somc of hemr. but the state
:n -titttont1 'ad their friends, and
:ons. Hie believedt Clemson wvas be
igun e.uaagatly an"d wh1en he
.'en: to Cohu:mbia he had pre pared
a bill to turn the fertilizer tax into the
ztate treasury. Clemson did not get
a cent from the state treasury direct.
But iuder a decision of Chief Justice
Fuller, of the United States supreme
court. his bill would have been uncon
ztitutional for the reason that the fer
tilizcr tax was a tax for inspection of
fertilizers and not a tax for revenue.
-.\1r. Aull then took up the question
.f cotuty fmnance-. The expensc ac
count of the c'onmy was $21.000 and
the income was abut S19.o00. Three
mills would( .inst ab)::: me'et the coun
!y expen1ses. i. had no excuse tar
the le.vy heing :hree mills. If it was
to be reduced. th 7..::::: expentses
The franchive tax hili had been pre
aaredi hv a *pecial c* mmi:tee. and it
.as calculated :r--m Su.:OOo to St.-o.
coo would be 2&aie. by~ this bill. He
h:ad read it over careiully. brt he was
not looking :..r technica! err 'rs. ile
did nit exnect :h ,og tax to go into
effeeP next year. :'ecause it hadl been
p)resumedl that d' gs had been return
M%r. F?red Hi. D).miniek said that
when the views ..t the seven candi
:dates ini his race vere~ bhiled down it
would be found that the main plat
formi of each wa, : at- he wanted the
offce for himself He was analter
ably opposed :- ..mpulsory educa
tion. It was a deplorale fact that
du rinig the pa,-t,eh1i ::e t yearm
thie school'Is hfti eun;ty ~ the
enroh nenit h ad! be enIt nl two ne
gr('es for every ..*:e whit''. But had
he~ white people *-f Newberry county
v\as u.ce--ary thia: h :e strn arm at
the 1: e. sh' uld re re themn t' en
rheir chihiren :-- - .*. U le fa rred
0t the pro:ectil -:t Khe '-mer*'. IIe
hiad alwaysx fav' red hinnaI.a uesn
of the legislat::re. v ad fu' ht f r
av* rel the dipn--r a he be-t
a 4 he t.r. blemt. ani(t
he far' red *. : day. The' Brice bill
had b'een broug ei 're the peopl e
clothed in -ht ba.:t mantle of
local Cutin -el he 'rI'in' the garb of
pVnt democ'~rac. 13-:: w\hat did the
author~ of the bi'l say was its ob.iect.
e :aid his bill '.a- u ir'ducedi for
the ,01 purpose of killing the dis
penmtary and not:ng else. Let (dis
Qensary liquor run Pot L.et 2s have
Shaos. if that is necessary in o--der to
kciil the dispensary. That was what
the author of the Brice bill
was sying. If the bill passed.
L in less time the n it would take to tell
. tvin w:ell M
)"IC, ~ uc 1V0to111IC1i. prateC ab. r
\ - ' f.,,r fle a t'h take
m1ltil 2.o 1' lOCk.
The Afternoon Meeting.
o a,Air !.im \ 17arhiar.dt, for dhe
h..:: . .h e re 1:v . ve h).
--ead hiadn tao manyvr lw. i ch r
Etrha.-: 'oL?p -lhe 1,abo.r Conitrac
awM. W 1: 1t. . ..uch r arted .a yet fa.
ro pric:.Thec penah,y for vIO
sln 1 1rhh! ohe a- l as the ter
1 11t c m t even if thcl iisdictior
ofmaisraeshad er. be extenld-I
l favored hiavinm th, contract4
rchrde i A !ve d fterno thteV
w,re made T1e col:d n t av le -waq
ycl in . !V I"r Of at1he liei o aw,
hm~. to.. his ab inablelaw ccn!.d he
traced many .-.: :het cat:,;es of thie pres
Int demcralized -tate of labor. Th1e
,waker aittzacked immigration dfa
parmen.I baym : t o loked t hie like
a uslCe d an a a e xpdi
re af-mteer C did no(bt wvatnt tq')
I :' jare anr paid to comlie in
ere. N. ine co-:ld take the place
vat negro !ahar in t1he smnth. but the
ieigr ,labor could niot be conrolled
sci long axvwhite people'.. mnitey was
applietd t) the education of the ne
r: o(. Thie movemelt to provide ad
Circun- WaS oly a
imlem t11 *tYve more fat iobs to
1omeb odt. A to good roads he be
lieved aod roadz could be secured
bimpr,ving the ching(ang systemn.
The way to get g-,)ood roads was to
w\(Iork the roadz. Rodu atIs could not
be legilated into existeice. Mr.
Earhiardt attacked appropriations,
and e;pecially apprnmations to hibgh
er nituion s to goorning. He be-l
nt waip tongeoft.bt itrod was t
bem leoislate aihato tesece exra
Ear aprdtpratakeon popiaio.
.\ppr' .priat i.m- by the l at Ilegi sla
ture gzreatly 3.excde the app)ropqria
bemsIby the revi'outs sessioni. and
mt!ake.s by the last legislature had
k ke 'th te st ate 'u t ofi abotut Stigo.
110. .\n' thter '-.ichme was~ now~X
.::lthig int (7 umbia tt, he -prung
m the. tnext legisltut'rx, loo'king to
wardtl the e,tahiisIimerit ,'f a Southt
Car litna tmiversity. If elected his
3. .ry v3te ~ wsuhi he aong3 the'. line
''f 'c' nt 'my . \\' 3! tbl ' no ti t pen1
'it ed.3 th-:. 1ric.e bil: as it finally
lias,et. The idea t ' taxing the peo
pIe because they saw !it to vt e Ott
a td ~i,penry 3.eemed3. t' him absulr..
3.e aIttacked "chartere.d whiskey
ci:h1)." \\~hy ,bould a select few
he3. all'.wedl to run a bar room in the
:<. It t..rv Kf s3 'me building without re
rega~jr<i t 3 the law. lie knew that som.e
.tese clubs didt nit sell whiskey.
hat it all 3 f themt the liqut r part
,hltid he elimninatedl.
.\r... J. ib-3n th' ught nmen should
hee3.ceet :. mtanag.Le thle affatirs of
.I;-n.'n care".in 5113. he managenment
.. 'f thir private buinl!e5. 113. thouhti~
x rlav,' wttrk- and3 a S3 c.omutat'in
ax w..*uid he' -ntlici'emt f' r roadi work.
3 "i,t -.*i ssninag handIs for build
-avIe wa- x wir that a small tax
h13~ he :icee .\ to the dlilpin
h:a.133.1 e.xpr3.ette andI 1he. wa will
1,'t aiKl- hy it. If ele.cted he
w..'231 far..r a!! met3asures whtich he
believe.!tl b' e for the best imterests
. the p-.tple. having in view at all
:Imes :he strctest con tnmy consist ent
with the3. h:ihet efficiency. If the
'3e33)nie )3 heier--d hti m hot nest and com
pe.tem"1 to re.presenlt the.m in the halls
.i ieisati. hewold appreciate
ir *l ff"rage.
. 'e , :,en ry Mr. Gibson
- ( id th :itp1n,ary' .!2estiont had been
-:jete3d imt.' the campaignr. 5u1 it
Th. .i5 have na p Ilace in thtese dis
eussior. . That question had been
settled be the neon1e es the county,
. :h : le ilat r -:l a free. a ih
I t-i a v v p eI l. that th c Th :tnid
what. wa bener r thc pC.pl tIan
.1h! n : l rer' ;:. If this kind
It 0: r t I I .c ii i t . i - 1c i s o fe
dem. CratI t ot:e wa. bein under
n~c h-n. :m ith pple rhmitted
th ey ter were :i, nr ciimitCed
L r. F. WV. ii igin :~r=t look -p the
Price i :1. le had no de-zre to keep
IthC po-ple Irom vtInlg uI any
1.,1 P. But here w%as a t ring
tIis:. If ihe pewple voted ot: a
disp-enary a tax wa levied upon
themwIl t' force them to enforce the
laIw. Sh'uh! the while peple b" taxed
fir the -ereliction of the few. ie
-aid. !orex er andi eternaIlly. no. WVhen
tlhi- tax was pu,t in1 Coi )1,Ia. hi -
wl)rd could he aken tFr At. :t woul
Nbhody vwas a better fi-end to the
Of the condition of The Commercial
Bank of Newberry. S. C., at the close
of business June 3i, 19o,4. Published ac
cording to an Act of General Assembly.
Notes discounted ...... ........ $302. 210 73
Furniture and fixtures....... ),051 9:3
Due from banks. ........ ..... 4.525 58
Overdrafts .. ................... 4 82:3 09
Cash and cash items............ 10,935 65
-S325. 546 98
Capital stock . .. .. ............ $ 50,000 00
Individual deposits ...... . ... 174,334 90
Dividends unpaid......... ..... 2,437 50
Accrued interest........ ....... 1,279 35;
Exyense, Due July 1...... 1,233 34
Due bank . .............. .. 347 00:
Profits. ...... ..... . .... 27,914 89
'Rediscounted ........ ....... .. 65,000 00!
Personally appeared before me Z. F.,
Wright, Cashier of the above named
bank, who swears that the above state
mient is correct to the best of his knowi
edge and belief. Z. F. Wright, Ca- hier.
Sworn to before me this 6th day of July.
1904. J. Y. McFall, Notary Public.
0. B. .\ayer,
Juo. \!. Kinard, . Directors.
L. W. Floyd,
WVill buy either of the below men
Two poundsi(i of Good Rice.
One pound of Good Parched Coffee.
Two boxes of Potted Ham.
Three p)ounds of Best Flour.
Two dolzen FZruit Jar Rubbers.
Two yards of 4-4 Bieaching.
F'ur pounds of A. H. Soda.
( )ne b. x o f Good Salmon.
Splg "i Go. d Chewing Tobacco.
wortnh r3 centt-.
Two packages of Fine Tea.
One b)ox Pineapple.
Lo ts and loits of other things too
t [Ili ~t. n dcut US
a vI-l h I i -l i Pc V ! V
n* pet 1ch e.* 1 :: if elcteuP - e
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How Elephants Get Their Sleep.
"'Tat l.ph in" ,ai.!: he ".re"
man. "has e . aa : wli up fa.
Iecp he req tircs he take on his fe.Lt.
Are my long suit.
excpt bac ones.
stamp and anindQ
ing linen for 40 c
other good things.
1334 Main Street.
M AN UFACT
Anvils, A rcdiro ns, Sash
Cotton Mill Casti
We repair Engi
AIL OBDERS RECEIVE 01
~NCOC~S cure C
* LtU!suLt~ Prepara
a s-: ce Sores,(
- - allSkit
- - -- Sold at a
Fteen Killed By TIrnado.
* ~ \'' .. -Ffteenl
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ened t win
-:h wrourht (evasta
enregat pr .,prty lo-s is con
-- lc'al atz S.:.;0.000. Of
. : .. *au tffered( to the
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-timlatv'! at S1.ooo.ooo.
- h . :t i e it it is
: will 1nt cover
.))- '11ra1(an farm
Marse Henry Will Like This.
- r:eyug girls, when
appe to be without money to
-. . , p wla :ater at the casino,
her "havcn' the alimony."
I : hat~' :?--Phlaclphia Ledger.
I make any kind *
I furnish a new
J!ble pad for mark
v nis. I have some
J. WILSON PBES,
Columbia, S. C.
LAURENS, S. C,
Weights, Cane Mills,
ers, Grate Bars.
!ade to Order.
gs A Specialty,
s, Boilers, Gins,
R PROMVPT ATTENTION.
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ider. Its value has been recog
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: Mouth and Throat. Gran~uUated
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