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8. H. AULL,. EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Tuesday, May 22, 1906.
NOT A OANDIDATTE.
MY1111 unme hats iee l'litivpitently
menitionled ill thle press lif Ilhe shlte
during (Ile imst severall moilhs as a
prohnhbiv vmiiidille 1,'1r sevelry ol'
Hill(v inl ihe dvinlm-lnIlile prillil'y thlis
41111m .r. IIile It I p in(vte' lhe (-I
Corg11 1eimen ih I liave reveived
from dilI'eitil in ts of1 tit' stile ti
ellient lie riaev, I deter-minled not oA be
11 (id ri Col. lite offle inl hlie ip
proiching vimilmigi severil weeks
ago. The manikily kind words spoknt' or
m iln intion o (he mifttfer by Imly
breltl l f t he 14-S willed tIers are
very gatiflying toi teilt, anl I desire Itl
lisslrt. tihimi lit my sinern lippilo'in
I wold llo 11111 ke Ilhis shiilemien as
Ii ve lievel n ini114 ted i t 'ldille.,
but recenittv I linve rveceivt'd Istlers
anld some( ofi myl Nf1rivinds inl the conlly
seei t, be Iditer ite imlipressiol thall
111 im 4-1111didlit. hitr sevrelill- of
statle 1111d I 'Vill I it lt , be iJ e aill of
thmivil tlhiit I shohli ll sti lt tihait I ll) not
vXpevt-1 1o be ini vhe iace, hot iit I
approvilile thevir. iiNy kinld words
juls( the silinl. E. [I. Anlt.
Thle Coniftlderatte reuniionl inl C'oluml
bia last wee4.k was a decided skitce'.
very N onl, who was thert, spoke it (he
Very hliI:e ers lormsft' Ille tintmenlt
received I 'Irt)w th petol l' lie
hinl. Th ,nlle:lhe w:au, l:s fl t he
n omm .iuiis' wert. cl 1111 41 t,e
ol soldier., vi-joyedl th.. hospitl'-ity
exlenid ed :I-. -nt .1 ias hli e enill iot' If
old omnies in avrils.- This sholi hel
the renin 1in1ev I or tie t hliolding- ol'
Ilhese re ions h it 1 sho1i' not ht% AIX
petled herl S'1mtbin shol a go (o so
tanyit. A ttis sensole ed' ile
yer .olumbin is'n on y the ltuost
hlilifull vilies atlNywhere in the on
tIry. t n tiieil it is tasy tit' tevss nt1l
illerv is wit y I vs somiel thi nee wWitich
meIs it pinsat foil a'n fif n izel o
thest t t vlil is l it iel t tpilni a.
THE OLD SOLDIERS.
Enjoyed Their Stay in Columbia
Many Attentions Showered
Upon Thom By the Peopl.
iThe14%I talI palide of the veterlanls
is ahvnys looked forward to with1
plealsure. by thlose who paic viate.
Thle meetings ait the renniionl head-jl
qu1arters is generally at businless aitylair.
antd the m have little litmet tuweet
all of Ithose they Wish t se . With
the AI" t hill line of gary " inl ranks. hiow
Over, th0st who really iot for t re
unioc eatotilsily piek nt their tom
rades and teefor allwoor.py
tsily ale jonin te p~mresion tad
march hdow teol theri end. hm nt
that them.itl Mayued th ie ernteh,
wthes had eptyta tsiee. And othr
tenmeied o theirstrge tcopaios.
detrione d t alht the nd.a lifee
was a sorltiof prdein sthet whol1 e
peatot od to imitoaittir thoeform
anees totf 4 ears ao. i The~y wantd
t showthe yougedtr geeati on their
theyads te olirit itteman
that. t the lt' mastvolfm huive' bok
these men,'t ti' th then two als'
ein and with pr e nnsn line
mtlaceddon ai st ree ljiiz iltifrom thel
lpostotiieitti thetcapitoitand tose hot
weany toou feeble antjihi stoodb an
wet and aisedt' thi' a t ol'cm their
comradsl who marcu~t5.hd.'mji o
The sparadei staert prmtl onh
time. A the? esostoice hundtvd poft
them wited ofo thesinltfaln
line andoweil procesin wnt dion in
m~liltry pstyl idingi rn.a
thewnuternor andthtsastt, tedby tree
localkn mital companies those beind
tae Gen.t apritedi a nld ie st n
foot anid ant nher ofthc win
ors ntett ariaes.it The itortyo
thespnsrs, owever Uweednth
caito vsteps. Aii thec furesthe dwn'
ferim the pstolle, hone ofa the pret
tist sights ofh the paaewas eden.
were carrying the flowers. Near th,
capitol the ranks of the children d1
vided, one going to the right of th
Coifederate Imonuent and the oth
er going to the left. There was a sligh
halIt aIId thlen the flowers were throIIwl
downl inl the lineo of iarcli. For jus
I SeCOnld the vteratis hIIlted. Thei
with a burst of feeling it cam1e tl
Ill thai1t these childreln were no
wiaithig f'or the heroes to pass awa
he-Cl'-r honlorinig them Willh wrealthls
I( wis a deliento compliient( to (Il
livin ig and with ilncovered heads thesl
tIl it'i l mar11111hed oil over the llower
while lhe little onles smiled and sani
At The Capitol.
(N he capitol steps the sight Wi
a beautiful oie. llun11dreds ol, girl:
were there dressed inl tle red, wilito
aild blue and forming the. letters "U
'. V.'' while just. helow the color:
were l'oriled tle Stars and Bars
Ov-erhlead1I hung ll vieortioul4s llg m1ak
ing-- Ithe pichlre complete. Whlen thet
processionl reached Ile steps the mi
litin halted anid with their armis al
sih li ited anks and let tie schoo
4lhilii and veterians walk through
Again i tle veteras uncovered to tiht
young mni1 of the governmieit wear,
ing th uiQ'orm II) ol' e governmnet
an1l again i they ImIrIchetil on up ti
capittil s(vps and)( arlounid ithe livinlg
colors f'ormed liv thl e Sou ilthern gir ls
It was the intlentiion ill' those wl
a rranged it' 1rogra e to have th
Nvevrans mar11ch up1 (ne side andI dowr,
the other but tlie vetrt'lans for onet
ohjeted. With the true Souther
spirit they deviled to stiay With theli
girls who hati shown them so muel
holnor--aid stily they did. It was at'
ter tilie lititle sthool girIs had llasset
till 'oit to sing that the thousands o
people below vaugh-lt the signititanet
(t' tho halt ot' the veterans on th
stops aind a mighly cheler wenlt il
A nil it is hul right to t say that tle pic
tire was 1a11de perreet by this levisiol
of the veterais. There thev wer<
g1 roluit ped n1uder tle 11ag and bielov
(heii wvere tlie igumres " U. t '.Y
lie 'utiither down tle stieps w.er<
the St irs a1td lirs CorIled in tlie pret
vtostiuies wvorni1 by the girils. (OIn til
ternive below were the little schot
The Band Played "Dixie."
The signal was given anid thie haut
pla1yed "D)ixie" While the sc-hool elhil
dreli ,joined in with their perfeett:
traited voi,es. Another cheer wetn
up antidie ve'terans rotse and witi
heads ioverel sent batk the elhee
with renewed einry. he parade wa
Overl. The childrenl vamte siowly dowi
the steps an1d behilnd them Came tih
veteranls, loiud in tiheir praises of th
sutccess tit atair. antid congrat ulat in
tie comilittees in clharge of tie ar.
ODD WATER WHEELS.
Some Float on Streams-Huge One
Make a River Lift Itself.
Ne'w York T'ribunie.
iTe pe'ople of' Syr'ia and Titlis mnak
their st rteams do thing~s that Ameii
enins do niot seetm to have leatrned th~
secre't of ptersutading~ the walter' course'5
of this cotuntrmy to pet'rfor.
At Thitlis te inat ives have le'arne,
htowt to tutilize the power' of the cut
rent of' the river' Kutr without buildini
dam s. WVhat they hav'e aic'onmpl ishie
possibly' might he donte by an Ameri
tan f'armert living on the banks of
rapitdly moitnlg stream anmd desirina
a smtali, c'heap powver. The C'aneasian
build ltiats ton the sturface of the riv
er'. lInto themi are set wvater wheelk
The whole affair' is fastened to th
bank in such a way that it will ris
and fall wvith any change in the leve
of the sur'fatce of the triver, so that thi
po~wer' is abotut constant all the tim4
in Hamia, the ancient "'entering i
of' llamnath,"' the Symrians have at
'ottplished a feat that makes omn
think of' lifting onieseltf over' a fene
byv tnginmg at one's bootstraps. Time;
ihav"e harneitsse'd the htistorite Oronted
or' Nazhr' ei Asi, as thte Syrnians call il
into thte work otf lif'tingi itself man;
fet towvard the teniithm and trainedi
thus to waiter' theitr fr'uitful garden
As for' siue, the water wheels whie
do this work are' as to tother' wate
whtetes what Niagzara is toi othier wa
tterfalls. As one stands by one te
theset grteat wooden f'ranes revolvin
uponi its wotoden axle and looks tup a
its permimettemr forty feet above on
thinuks it laree' and is astonished whme
lit tunims his gate up stream to se
that relatively it is not a ,great whe4
for in the distance looms tip one sixt
feet ini height. E'ven then hte is ne
preparetd for the spectacle of on
nintyh fecet in diameter gtntin
roud o its cumnbrous axle jtust out
de the tow~n.
l.ite i ilamta for some peoplei
ike the liking of' others for olives, a
tequtire'd taste. heeaumse of these ver
ater' whteels. Aecrdning as one feel
boutt it, it is a msicai eity or or
filled with nerve racking groans. Day
- and Iight without ceaming then asis
3 ive, slow revolving structures utter
-piechi. For tfhose who have aquired
it a1asto for their c0mIpanlionsilMhip the
I teve colsilig tonles are'soothing,.,.
t seitibling the oveai roar or a slow
I fugue played on eyelopean organ. The
) i(tapason totics are deeper and,louder
t it te deepest organ stop. Now,
they are in unison, now repeating the
theme, ne aferlilt'e anotier, now for a1
brief moment in a sublime hiartnony
never to he forgotten, according to
oie trveler, then once more together
in a t rememilons chorus. The sounds
are dIQ(escrihe(l ats at slow Ioveient up
the seale, followed witi a Ileavy drop
to the key note as: Do mi mol, do do
do, do sol la, (1 do do. TIhis uneas
ing Sisyphlian imisic, it is said, has
-been going on fr a (enltury at least.
-MEAN THING" MADE APOLOGY
And Still it is Doubtful if Telephone
Girl is Satisfied.
'1he has bright eyes, rosy cheeks,
IId an aw'ul estimaite of the proper
coifinles of propriety. It is an in
variable ttle ot lers to observe that
sutle barrier of modesty whill all
Well orderel youtig womnli should ob
serve. and, etter still, she prides her
silt on making tlie sterner sex observe
this harrier ill all its invisible but
Then how this ineideit must have
Being a telephone girl it is her ob
noxious duty to itold converse with
tle "Imealm things'' of the world
otlierwise known as men. Tie other"
atternooni a subseriber ealled for a
certain niumbier iln (lermantowvn. b
'lhat number dli( vou say ?'' sie:
iermantown ::13:-z. quick.
I n't itnderst and: please repeat
hlaiank, l1ankety blank. x y Z!!"
Well. it' vou van't say what 111n- u
her vou want I vant -ive it to Volt. I
I'm not goinlg to t'ool here all day." s
Now keep your shirt on, little n
.irl: keep your shirt on-- s
flut Ihe sulscriher got no ulirther,
she slammed up her cam, rushed to e
lie ojerseer with tiaming cheeks. and I
reported tihe subscriber. The com
pan itIl said that shabscribers hd
no0 right to comlment on how its em
r plovees shoild treat their wearing atp
lparel and demanded that the suh
scribe'r apo'loiizo or lose his phone. lThe
subscriber w.as willing. He called up
the girl witi tle bright eyes and said:
Are you the tile young lady whom h
I just told to keep her shirt out'
biYes,'' Was the curt rejoinder.
"well, possibly I was a little hasty.
It may be warm in your oflice so now
you may take it off.'
To Complete Capitol. f
Columbia, May 17.-The state ho'us~e
commission has awarded the contract
for puitting,a new roof on the capitol
building, the L4idibisy Tiling compa
ny, ofSaan nahl, getting tile wvork in
acontest with less than half a dozen'
others. The contract for re-enforcing
the rootf girders was also awarded. the
-Jetfords concern of this city getting
The comumission would not name thle
price agreced upon in either case. The
contracts call for the completion of
the work within four months from the
s time it is started which will be in .
about thirty days.
The present roof is of gravel and
thle faults found with it were one of
the chief reliances of the #200,000
sulit the state brought againststhe coth
etractors and arthiteet. This suit has
now been dropped after a mistrial.
it 's a good thing for humanity that
when a man is old enough to marry
h le is seldom old enough to know bet
Ahnost any one will take your a.1
vice-and possibly one out of a hiun
dre d will1 generate faith enou:h to
t use it,
s ext to going to a funeral a woman
seems to get the most funl out of vis- J
iting~ a hospital.
. Great Half Rate O rMaeto Wr
f thy Young People.
A half rate to students entering
iduring tlhe summer months and a pode
etive written guaranty of a good posi
tion on graduation is the suirprisingly
liberal offer made young ladies and
1gentlemen by that splendid institu
tion of practical business training at
tMacon. Ga., the Ga.-Ala. Bus. ('ol
We earnestly hope our young
-friends will not waste the slummier in
idleness, but take advantage of this
grand opportunity to increase thleir
earning capacity many fold and be
,prepared to accept a good position
this fall. Address the colleg~e promipt
ely and youi will receive full informa
tion onf every point,
c. & G.
Even a poet is able to distinguish
t ween. the fire of genius it his bos
n1 and the gnawing of hunger in his
DRAWING OF JURY.
ve. fihe undersigned dury (ommis
onlers for Newherry County, S. C.,
ill onl the first day of dun1e., iext, in
ae otlive of the Clerk of Court for
lid County. at 9 at. im., draw the
ames of Thirty-Six men who are to
rve as Petit Jurors for the Court of
ommiona Pleas for said County which
avenes on the Istth day of June,
10ti. coitinuing for one week.
Julo. L. Epps.
Wmll. W. Cromer,
1 no. C. (oggans.
May 21. 1906.
Tie School Board will on Junte 7,
old annual election for following po
One Superintendent, salary $1,000;
leven grade teachers for white
-hool. salary $40 per nionth. One
Principal for colored school, salary
40 per month: Four grade teachers
r colored school, salary $25 per
All applications submitted to
F. N. Matin,
Sec. Board Trustees of Newberry
a aded Schtools.
.ist of New Books.
rruth about Tolna,
W1aid of the Foothills.
rhe Holy Grail.
...ucy of the Stars.
rhe Way of the Gods.
Fhe Woman in the Al
Vlayor of Warwick.
Rayes' BooK Store
For Sale by
C. H. CAN NON. .
50et AtAVAI A sitt Ii eV t'& teco.
>f Work and Plai
:ombined to Mak
.orset of. Strengt]
bility and Beaut
e to Fit The Fo:
Of course, it 's a disgrace to get rVc
rich by making others poorer, but the
chap who is gathering in the coin RI
looks at the matter through the other I
end of the telescope.
Some people Carc so lazy they yawn 4
inl their sleep.
It 's awfill shortsiIhted to lie it' the
truth 'Will foul people more.
TO DRAW JURY. FiN
We, the u1ndersigned Jury Conmis- til
siollers for Newberry County, S. C., shil
will on tile 25th inst.. in the office of vaI
the Clerk of Court for said County at an
9 a. in., draw the names of Thirty- of
Six men who are to serve as Petit va]
Jurors for the Sessions Court for said Th,
County which convenes On the 11111 sti
day of June, 1906, continuing for one sul,
Jno. L. Epps, sh:
Wm. W. Cromer, Ju
Jno. C. Goggans, Co
Jury Commissioners for Newberry be
May 14, 1906. of
Of the condition of The Newberry Sav- co
ings Bank of Newberry, S. C., at the
close of business May 4th, 1906 tiv
Loans an d Discounts . . . . $250018 60 on01
Demand Loans .... ......7824 25 Itel
Overdrafts .... .... ....3762 55 er.
Bonds & stocks owened by to;
banmk..............4550O 00 pa
Furniture and fixtures .. 1900 00 of
Due from Banks & Bankers 13794 21
Currency .... .... ....12000 00 fr<
Gold .. .... .... .......900 00 fel
Silver, nickles, pennies . . 2000 00 be,
Chlecks and cash items . . 8967 08 bei
Total.. .... ... ...$306616 69 jan
Capital stock paid in .. .. $50,000 00 *
Surplus fund .... ......29276 19 "1
Due to Banks and bankers 10175 18 ci
Due unpaid dividends .. 1111 50 h
Individual deposits subject "")
to check .. .... ....205697 50 E
Cashier's ebeeks .. .. 356 32 WvI
Notes and bills rediseunted 10000O 00 i
Total. .... .......$306616 69 g
Personally came before me J E Nor- Ise
wood, Cashwer ot The Newberry Savings jM
Bank. who being duly sworn, says that
the above statement is correct to the t'
best of his knowledge and belief m11
J. E. NORWOOD, Cashier. a
Sworn to and subscribed before me this s
17th day ofMy,106i
W. C.TYRE, N.P. for s C.
Give~ us your Laundry
doing. Gloss or Domesti
We use nothing but th
that car be bought. Exp
ing help. Our motto, got
delivery. Telephone us.
Yours to se
The Newberry S
SOLUTIONS TO BE PROPOSED
LT THE MEETING OF THE
ITOCKHOLDERS TO BE HELD
)N THE 15th DAY or JUNE,
elved: First. That the capital
ek of this Company be increased
'e Hundred Thousand Dollars by
issue of one thousand additional
ires of common stock of the par
ie of One Hundred Dollars each
I four thousand additional shares
secon( preferred stock of the par
ue of One Hundred Dollars each.
ose four thousand shares shall con
Lute a second preferred stock, and;
>jec,t to the prior claims of the first
!ferred stock now outstanding,
L, for the period of ten years from
ly 11, 1906, unless retired by this
mnpany as herein below mentioned,
entitled to dividends from the net
-nings of the Company at the rate
seven per cent per annum, payable
ni-annually on the first days of
mary and July in each y~ear before
v dividends shall be paid on the
I'hese dividends shall be accumula
[rhe Company may retire this sec
Ipreferred stock at any time af
J1uly 1, 1911, by paying the hold
thereof the face value in money
ethier with the amount of all un
d dividends, if any, up to the date
~fter the expiration of ten years
m July 1, 1906, any second pre
red stock then' outstanding shall
ome a seven per cent, interest
iring debt against the -Company
its face value; and with the
ount of all unpaid accumulated
'idends, if any, shall become a first
n upon the Company 's property, if
liquidation, subject only to the
msof the first preferred stock
retofore created. Resolved See
a, That the Directors of the Comn
ny are hereby instructed to ale
th the Secretary of State in its be
If a petition for amendment of its
arter in accordance with the forc
ing resohut ions.
'P'he above resolut ions will he pre
ite(d to thle Stockhiolders of the
iohion Manutact uring~ Company
e thi 'onisidlerat ion at the annual
'etinog lo he held in the oflee of the
ilpany' in the Town of Newberry,
t ., at 11 O'elock A. M. on the 15th
(leo. W, Summer,
l'resident & TI'eas.
Z.. li. Wright,
work, as others are
e Very best supplies
ert and accommodat
>d work and prompt