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The Haplenins of Mos', G-neral in
terest Looked ~'or During Next
(hairman Hepburn. in eharge of
Ie ra Tra raII-It e bill i theM a I a
use of Represeiitatives. is unable to
ethe en '1 the Iisc-lissI('1 1 tIat
e r 1 1der the special order it
ha' the ri!ht of way until dispose'l of.
Mr. iepburn has a loi. list ()r repre
sentatives anxious to speak. and Mr.
Adamson. controlling the time on the
minority side. says there are fifty
dlemcrats who wish to be heard 'in
favor of the measure.
Speaker Cannon is inclined to let
the debate run, and estimates that it
will ie Wednesday or Thursday be
fore the last speech is delivered, and
the vote recorded on the measure. The
pension appropriation bill. reported
from committee last week. will then
he taken up. It carries $14-0.245.500.
Ii eontains. a provisio!n which virtually
m-,akes a statute of the president s or
der of last year. making age an e\-i
'Ience of d.ability.
There is said to be decided .,po i
into law. As the provision is without
question "new legislation" and sub-:
ject to a point of order under the
rules of the house. it is not unlike
lyt that a rule will be brought in when
the bill is taken up, which will pro
vide that the amendment shall be in
The Appropriation Bill.
The fortifications appropriation -bill
will be reported to the house from the
appropriations committee today. It
will be considered as soon as the pen
sion bill is out of the way. It carries
this year between $6,000,000 and $7,
00,000. There are said to be no mat
ters of legislation incorporated. in it
which will cause serious discussiion.
The friends in the senate of the
shipping bill are hopeful of securing
some time during the week an agree
ment to vote on that measure, and the
understanding is that so soon as it is
disposed of the statehood bill will
suceed it as the unfinished business.
Tihe bill willbe amended somewhat be
fore a vote is taken.
The Statehood Struggle.
Mu.ch interest is manifested in the
approaching contest in the senate over
the statehood question. Senator
Beveridge, who will again have charge
of,.the bill, is. hopeful of securing a
Scomparatively early vote, but many.
of his acolleagues fail to agree with.
him onthat point. It is not generally
exp' d that ei'ther side will yield
unt4iTere is more definite informa
tion as to tle probable result of a-vote
than can niow be secured. The criti
.eal point iaill be the Forager amend
ment giving the Arizona people the
privilege-of voting on the question of
admission. 'It is understood that thei
democratice:senators will be almost a
unit on this amiendment and that it
will also secure a number of repub
lican votes. Friends of the bill will~
probably meet Mr. Foraker 's, propo
sition for a separate vote with one
for,the submission of the question of
admission to the people of Arizona
and New Mexico combined.
The urgent deficiency bill will be
taken up in the committee onappro
priations early in the week. and will
probably be reported a few days later.
The provision in this bill which svill
be most debated, is that relating to~
the abrogation of the eight-hour law
'on the canal zone. As the bill carries
the remainder of the deficiency for the
canal, asked by the war department,
which was cut off in the first bill
passed, it is believed canal matters in
general will again be threshed over in
The Moroccan Question.
Senator Bacon will revive the Mor
occo question in a speech on Tuesday.
and on Wediiesday Senator Scott will
speak in support of the bill, giving a
pensionable status to telegraph opera-.
tors employed with the Union .forces.
during the civil war. Senator Foi-aker
will take first opportunity in execu
tive sesion to secure consideration of
the Isle of Pines treaty. In the absence~
of Senator Heyburn, who is confined
to his home by illness, Senator Sfe
Cumber will have charge of the pure
Many a man looks upon a marriage
lieense as a blotter with which ne ex
rbets to blot out his past.
It frequently happens that a woman
who was proud of a man as a beau
Kis ashamed of him as her husband.
The Pacific Mutuc
Its peculiar LEGAL organizatic
Life Insurance Company in Ame:
:Id. It gives the Greatest Guara
:f any Insurancc Company at les
rates are LESS than any other c<
The following are the RATES
Whole 20 Pa;nent
Age Life Life
20 $14 6) $22.60 .
21 1;.00 .10.95
3 15.70 23.70
24 16.05 24.10
25 16.45 24.55
26 16.85 25.00
28 17.75 2.5 9
24 18 25 26.40
3o 18.75 26.95
31 19.25 27.50
32 19 80 28.05
33 2tl.40 28.60
34 2105 29.20
?5 21 70 29 8.5
36 22.40 30.50
37 23.15 31.20
38 23.90 31.95
39 24.75 32 70
40 2-5.60 33.5 v
41 2655 ' 3435
42 27.55 35.25
CALL TO SEE US.
GENERAL AGENT FOR
Count Tolstoy was one day dis
-tssiug Ibsen with a friend. Said the
lAtter: "I have seen a great many of
lbsen' s plays, but I cannot say that I -1
understand them. Do you?' Tol
stoy smiled and replied: "Ibsen does
not understand them himself. He
just writes them, and sits down and
waits. After awhile his expounders
and explainers come and tell him pre- i
eisely what he meant. n
worth up to $
day, and ther
and the good
10,000 yds beautiful
at IOc yard.
109000 yds beautiful 4
at 12 1-2c yard.
10,000 yards 36 inch F
10,000 yards Molloho
10 cents yard.
10,000 yards Molloh~
at I Oc yard.~
2 cases36inch Sea.
kind, at 10O cents yard.
20 pieces Gold Medall
19 cents yard.
5,000 Towels, the 15
10 cents each.
5,000, Ladies' all Line
500 fine Bed Spreads,
10 fine $7.50 Marseilli
500 yds. fine Curtain:
97 pairs Lace Curtains
800 yards Checked M
500 yards Lonsdale Ce
500 pieces tine Wool I
cial!y priced Wednesday
10 Sheets, 45c each,
I case Madras Ginghe
30 piece: red, pink anc
kind at 5 cents yard.
If a Stranger,
if Life Insurance
>n makes it the STRONGEST
rica. It is nearly 40 years
ntees written in the Policies
s cost. Its non-participating
>mpany doing business in this
per $1,000 on non-partici
Whole 20 Payment
Age Life Life
43 $28.60 $3620
44 29.70 37.20
4.5 3v.90 38.25
46 32.15 39.25
47 33.50 40 50
48 34 95 41.75
49 3650 43.10
50 38.15 44.50
51 39.90 46.00
52 41.75 47.60
.53 43.75 49.30
54 45.85 51.15
55 48.10 53.10
56 50.50 55.20
57 53.10 57.45
.58 55.85 59.85
59 58.30 62 45
60 61.95 6525
61 65.30 68.16
62 68.92 71 45
63 73.80 7495
64 78.35 78.76
65 81.50 83.20
OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE.
Bill-Congratulate me; I'm engag
Jill-Why. I understood she re
"Not on your life!
"Didn't she say 'No?'
"She certainly did.*
"Why. I asked her if she could
ve without me.." -Yonkers States
1.00 yard at
e wIll be pier
40 inch Lawn, worth
WO inch Lawn, worth
'ercale at Sc yard.
n Mill Satteen, Wedr
on Mill Fancies, W<
Islan d Percales, the l5
10-4 Sheeting, Wedn
cents kind, 6 to a cus
n H-andker chiefs, 6 fo
the $1.50 kind, 98 ce
es Quilts, to closelot $2
Swiss, at 9 cents yard
, the $1.50 kind- at 96
uslin at 4 cents yard.
imbric 8 1-3 cents yar
)ress Goods, just lan
torn and hemmed.
is, the 8 1 -2c kind, al
I blue Chambray, the
just follow th
Notive is lie eby given that we will e
make a final settlenient (n the estate ei
of Jacol) Single. deceased. on Tues- F
day. the sixth day of March., 1906, at t
n11 oclock. A. M.. in the Probate a
Court for Ne%wberry County. South sI
Carolina. and will immediately there- d
after apply for a final discharge as ex
ecutors of snid deeeased.
Geo. S. Miower.
.1. C. Singley.
as surviving Executors of the last
will and testament of Jacob Singly.
Newber-y. S. C..
Januarv 29. 1906.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that I will
make a final settlement in the pro
bate court for Newberry county, on
the 23rd day of February, i9o6, as
guardian of the estate of Carrie
J Oxner and immediately thereafter
apply to said court for letters dis
missory as guardian of said esate.
T. L. Johnson,
Sale of General Merchandise.
Sealed bids will be received by me
up to 10 o'clock a. m. February 15,
1906. for the -entire stock of general
merchandise of Havird Bros., con
sisting mainly of dry goods and shoes,
and valued at about $2,500. Right
reserved to reject any and all bids
and to sell at public auction at New
berry C. H. at 12 m. on the 15th -day
of February, 1906.
Terms of sale: Cash.
Cannon G. Blease,
Attorney in fact for Lloyd Y.
What a girl likes about going to
matinees is the different ideas shel
gets of all the ways she ought to be
made love to.
~t 11 o'clock ti
is. Just think
10 cts. This
ty for all.
all go at the or
15c yard, 900 Coi
in the lot,
20c yard, 200 Tat
~esday at 500 pie(
~dnesday, Ioo fine a
S1-2 cents The fine:
esday, at I,ooo pai
r25 ets. . . tire
.98 each. The fine:
worth $1 !
~c. pair. . Wednesda
d sp -Greatest
5c. yrd. We wan
5c. ard. - t visit our
10 cents embroider
e crowds to New
A vonth lef instructions at a Jy
er's shop for the inseription of
gagemen t. ring he had just bou.d
e wanted it inscribed ' From Ber
Maud.'' As he left he turned bav
id added, as an after thought:
iould't-ahi-et -Maud' too dee
)m't you know.'
Are You Plan
. Many persons are
making plans and s
j,- homes. h has often been s
.1Ii b uild*g experiences beiore th
Let Us Plan
diy call with our catalol
< imodern sartation. We wo
the amip'es of "$uvdasd" Wa
f>r booklet "Modern Home F
C. C. DAVIS,
he great Er
1e price, 10
-sets, new shapes ani
>le Covers, $1 .00 kin
Feather Tickir g, 121
hirting Prints, 5c ya
:es short ends Table
hs at one-half price.
iccordeon plaited Ski
ikirts, worth $5.oo ei
at ot of Valencienne:
, take choice of lot at
rs Ladies' White Foo
sesday 8 1-3 cents pa
at Silk Sale. (
st boiled in oil guari
~o yard, Wednesday
s5 Mennen 's Talcum
Pearl Button assortn
rds serpolet Shirt W;
inesday, 10 cents yd
t every bargain lovin
y sale of 1906.
Our idea of fool man is one who
m waits for the hartendc: 1C fell him
i. whlen 11 lia s en(im11 .
There is Very little real need of
k. noise for anything but. boat wbistles
'I and arguments
p. Maybe women are such poor math
ematicians from force of habit at fig
uring their age the way they do.
ning a New Home?
occupied at this season in
pecifications for their new
iid that a person must have severa
e ideal home is constructed.
If you will allow
us to plantheplumb- J
ing of your home,
we will make it right
the first time. We
do no experimenting
but execute all con
_%acts (Al te most
lines- employ the
im o s t expcrienccd
and competent me
chiics and use the
very best fixtures
made --- namely
Slta d" Porce
lain Enameled Baths
If you do not fnd
it convenient to call
in person, write or
phone us ard we
gues and other literature on ':e s.
ald advise, however, th? u i C e
re displayed in our showrX:n.
lumbing." Free upon request.
Newberry, S. C.
3 match sets
d 1906 styles, no old ones
d, Wednesday, 49c each.L
I-2 cents yard.3
Linen in 2, 2 1-2 -and 3:
rts, all lengths, 95c. each.
ich, at $1.98.
s Laces, vworth up to 25
:c yard Wednesday.
t Hose, worth 15 cents a
ireat Silk Values.
rnteed 36 inch Taffeta,
at 89 cents yard, special
Powders, lo cents cart,
rient in Newberry, 5c doz. a
aist Suit Goods a 25 cts.
g man, woman and child
Positively the greatest
)est Store. 'Tis.