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tio of ouIh C--ro1ina was duly per
fected, Lewis W. Parker, being uilial
ilutsly eleeted president. A set of
bylaws oiyered by Mr. Parker wat-4
adopted and a 111m110ber of ilipoh.rib;f
commuuitt "s were II.-dIN to report 41:1
changes inl cdludl(lc. desired in Ohe
ter'ritorie.erved by the several rai!.
roads inl South Carolina. BiY inlvita
tion of the association addre.ses Nwere
made by Mayor I 0. Ihell. of Char
leston, and by Assistiat (;enlerul Su
periltendentf Collpimn. Assistanlt
General Plasselger Ageti Brooks
M organl a lld by Comll issilner 1 Earle.
SotrI-111 lihailway Divisio1 Supelrin
tendnvill AilNhis wats asked to speak,
but begged (4o be exeutsed.
What Was Asked For.
The cmillitlev reports, received I)
thle associatifiln ait -1 o'ebwvk i Ithe f ia f
teln141, ilmbodied at 111 1n ber. (of im
pit....".ug stions as to 411' o
seIlivililvs ill vaiils parts ()I the
Stae. Aionl. oter things, a thin1
daily passenlger rainl bohI ways was
Ir,-ed for the Columbia and (ireen
ville lilt(!, at ioc l train i'froi Toccoll tip
Charlote fit retu11n wat Is l.rged f'o.
tihe SIthern m11 ainl line. anld the ChIIar
leston 11111 Western Carolina Railway
was asked to give S)ara(nbull)llrg 11141
OGreenvilke it dIouble daily service to
(rceelville 11141 hence to CoIthiibi and
The Illee(illg was called to order
by President A. A. Irisow, of the
Oreelville bonIr of, t rade. Presi
deitit Mlell, oI Clemilson (10lllege, was
Ille I t emln, -y cha irm 1 an11111, A1 mIId 14). 1eL
MAilashter, of, Columbia, asked to act
a1s secretlary. )elegates Ifromi various
C0n111111Vrial bodies were enrolled a-s
CharI-lesto- 11layor It (. lhetl, for
the city; R. B. I jebby, ehaiImanIII
comi1cil commili(lee oi rai%ilways; G..
Walter. Melver, Chaiber Of Com
merVcT id l-'reilh-Il l. Bim-valu; 11. 1t..
Mevll.d presiden. Merin lls'. N111
1'ufaurvrs' and Buankms' associa4ion'
- .'leilk f. Cooper, Comer(ial Clb,
Aild If. U. 1acksmi, n('m1er harle
toll V-'righit 111reaul.
Coi.ne iao i f11. ANl-aser, 1. 1.
Cu -k, 1-. 1141. 'in vrtu c , i . I
KI lr. all from .Hi ('111nber ot
G Icvlivilv W---\V 1. I. T lickstil, 1). .
D bIII: n11 .1 L. \\. Parer, 1al ol., th eJ.
hoard ol, trade.
Spartanbm-. N. Al Jonles amli W.
C. 1lnn, 0 (he Chamber of Coml
1ilIder'son-J. 1'. 8uival. Mayor
of Mierson,. and J.. Ak. Brnok, C. 1.
Jones, Ilmid A. M. Carpell(vr, repre
enigthe Chamlber of, Commlerve.
ImIlln.ls-Dh.. II. K. Akikell and \W.
r1,. W ltson.
Wilinsonl-J. '. (iossel aud ..
C. )uckwor-. I
Beh lln-1). A\. (GvI, Ut. A\. I'm vis, J.
11. Ad . i. !v 1r. I
B(lacksbm. '. . .P i '(er.
ne - .K. I.ivinOshone.
Il" - \i--l 1r''nik.I (-mith .\' U h .
GhirdYee\.PN \\'dlauid E>B. W.
9'.-lelriek.Ii Mcatr G
SO ret -.\ ''o k Phur)Iiss. ----. J*.
Tlhaktnd (If T. Woodll.
Tr3suer- --. J. ling. Cou
ienen to h \' . ;\ atsone, ..
lu'pr n!J.D.Ihmnler, . 1.
l>A. e:ms J. \'. Woodva, . IMl,
lE.n o. myth).. Dnuidem. W. iM.
SimonvilleN Wo.d . .\l ree n
wherryail .\. J. BJiney n . 'L
Pi ~ ean . . w g r.
Pinilrea Parkerissioncef Sothe a
been perftend W. J. miTesto mev
oe thatithe casrmanb apoi ai
nomi 4 fnatd the trlloin mees, whfo
Colimbia and Greenville Line-J.
A. Broek, 11. A. Lewis, D. C. Dur:
ham, E. A. Smyth And E. B. Clark.
Chalrleston and Western Carolina
1. J. Aikeii, S. T. Moore, W. -M. Jones
II. 1,. Watson.
Spartibug, Union and Asheville
iic-E. H. Caii, 11. B. Lebby and W.
Southern and A. C. L. Lines Below
Colun 'i--11. 1. Maining, Z. F.
Wright, G. W. Melver, August Kohn,
W. H. Dail.
Blute lidge Htailway-J. IM. Sulli
vN1, 1). A. (eer, W. K. Livingstone
a1114llP. 11. Mlell.
Kinl.-ville anll Marion Divisions of
11h1 Souither-(4. 11. Pfeif.fer, O'eo. R.
Km-ster IIII(1 W. C. I-ameriek.
Tiparsimt ionl at1ji aId Cli is-C. 1F'.
-lves. W. .l. Mle(Oev, MN. L. Mlarehianlt,
V. V. P'vkeis, 11. It. Jalvkson.
Ib-S41lutions-Hf. (1. 11he0t, 1.F
Melwal, .1. 1). HI.IIIaInu t1. .J. 1P. (os..
Sot . 11. l M1NIAlaster.
Thevse comillittees will s1tnid until
O le next meel ilig 4 f tile associat ion,
to 1 lieldI in Columbia on Jily 3.
lYndling- reports frvomn thle several
emMiNItees it was agreel tiat tle as
Sct a dl itlljourn unllitil 4 o'clock.
Ihlri,ig this recess Ihilih was served in
011 Of tle boali of trade rooms.
Wlenl fite meeting was called to
o1ler after tile lrief recess Presi(dent
'arker called for reports from (.0111
mittees. 'I'liese were received 111141 re
ferredI to te bonil of directors for
Ileionl inl most instaniccs. thlough1 othl
e's weIV alople(d witIlthou amnenidment..
Th'le most importanilt repiort perhaps
was 1111t at1 I le Columbia and Green
ville lite, submitled by Chairman
It wIts Ivecived( willoult comllfient
Report on G. and C. Line.
"YmIlr .ommlliltt.ee 41n the sehle<hdte
Ow Soutlieiii Hiiwva, betweeii
(I-ieeviille andl Columbia, be.-s it) sub
Imit tihle *4allowinl'g rep' rl1:
"We Ievoilimeil that a thlirl pas
-win-wr trainl be 11ut .n1 the( r*111d,le -
ill!-' (-'reeliville ;n i A n ron ( . m
01nd 7 .1. m1., m1114 lenvill'- 4,10lumbil
ic'hvwein 4 pi. mi.. umli 5 p. mli., daily v, nd
hat I ie prefsvi Sehildille 11 wII ('o
lllmbia . 1111r1 ("ie iville :i mulersoin
bv 114011oi:inerially dist Ilbedl.
Atlanta to Charlotte.
An11therm importalt repor11t was thalt
sibmi(tel by Mr. Tliackston, for the
Atlanita and Char11i'lotte division of the
Komlithiri. It relds its follows:
"liesolveid, That, wh-11ile the tlrough
servicev of the Soutlierin liailwa v on
the A 1hm 41 and 11harlotte dlivISion1 is
1x1elent lie commitiehrb
cvplIimlenls thle ma211ngment for thlis
Sploumlid serIvicev, the coumilttev find(S
Iiiat t1re is pressin,t- needI for a pas
LeeIr sTiCt bet ween T(c'oa, (ia.,
m1114 Chainfolle. N. C.
"iN.oved, sevondil, I'liat it is ile
SP11S' (f this (.411111littte that a a dd14li
li a o1'Ical Sei-vve hv I'll t mn he
t w'e helv, 'ointtnm above,liXii viz:1
ii 1a 1 411 s11 ir'nil 4. 1., 1nin'- north,4
abou11 4)1 o'lcin '))( 4 4 the r ig raint
ti aditiona seC. wil l entai
As I exese,'4''411Ilt we 'I p le eouslves,11
~ti'n h 'ne hais of11 tad, to. ad
brimr nts Ih ele to useii.~'l the1iniin
i'hl innil ~ an ituie oth'ei own s t
(elke ie''41 ~i)i I) it&'s
\4'ltern1 ICar1lina tailway, W.'ned N.ti
-lesald chaian,I subitd t'hisi're
" Where1) , COlf'nt he snee anrdc
l'eireheit (harls.naid etrn Ca-th
i'ren (Isa1iwy above tGenwo 8i0
veyifo othat r i etenee to thsle
L.r itoy Bow oumbtoAugsa
seri.eI.anitwhereas, thie passeer
thrvit do11es timeetah neeeds andv
an"leat'tived, Thatn the said rairod
obetratisection,hbt intiubed hat pa
thrngri' service etbishedto the is
uots to Chafredto whe needd anid
retaitibetents Cof aid 0) secion, adeste
rair Sommivain e.ored ta see
thalue a'id sehedule wae esataished.ry
\C Lineas o elow aditolmbin r
vice T.co toanning, for the comm-e
on isi beoiCfumi reportedt
~otatetio n, buniti ma d tb ed'8 tt
that betterconnetionis were deosrd.
except as toate aditiona t~riger
vic nede toBlonfrteoun
bi-n Grevll ie
doi@ioiaa th ok The Cs, rg
tiois for improving condition's, which
at preseit, are not entirely sftisfac
clairinan Phlett, for tle :mntittem
t')n resolitionls, liad I imunber of reso.
lttions, all of hyliicli were adopted.
Tihe first trged eaelh Imember of the
association to go out for otlier mem
Thie thaniiks of the association wena
extend,,d 'to tle Greenville board of
trade, lle railroad (coim)IIIissio' .and
others for the siccess of the mneeting.
Southern Railway Officials.
M[r. Coapimanl was the first to speak.
Ile made a plain business talk and
wl-ile he didI not make any dir'et
primnises I.e implied that the compaiy
was digeveryihIing1P it colid to 11
lieve voln..esled - uitions in frei.t
1-r1lie. am1l to) make tlle Soultiei
llalwa bigerand better inlel r
is ikstilat (renle-al 1'.1ssenger A.-Cign
!01)cks Morgnil silid that fir.4 of: all
dhiings, tlle compally walnte(l to ktlww
Sb:; the p)ele aloi. the hes w ant
l I'lnd nle(leded. That kiiowii, Ie 1.!t
sie that he Souitiler1 would dl it.;
best t - filt ll demnands.
Jast befirf the assov.a;itio ad oill -
i'd Major .. 11. Earle, railroad cc.-l"
missioner, w%ais asked to speak.
RECEIVES THE GOURD.
A Letter to Mr. Patterson In Which
He Speaks Affectionately of the
WNashingtim, Mlav 25, 1906.
I'nel (Joe Cannon hails his drinkinig
guril. ly the way, while it isn't a
''go'de,'' it certainly isn't any ''go
rar.d.' ' When Mr. Patterson gave it
to hlim lie took it into hoti his hands.
stooped do1n anid went through the
motion of dipping water out of a
spring. "Alh! tlhat takes ie back,'
lie exclaimi. "We used t,o dip from
the sugair tree. You liavn't any su
gl.- trees tlownl inl yorll country, havc
yon ? No? Well, we have them u
in IlV (my 1 coun rV, andi(l we t1sel to dili
lin>m11 hlie tree witi a gourl like this.
Ai I lavv seen f1(.Illow%s drink whiis
As Mlr. 'atterson was leaving till
room1M.1anon thianikedI hiim hear.
tily an1d declared tihat tlie gourd woulhll
be placed inl the archives of his fain
ily andi would be there, lie expected.
long after.he is dead. But onl the
long, three-foot handle of the gourd
is inscribed "with which to drink
from t lie fountain of immlortal
yout i.'' The speaker wrote Mr.
Patterson this letter:
louse of epreseitatives,
Waslihingon, May 22, 1906
I)ear Mr. Patterson:
I want to Ihank you, and througl
ymo1 Mr. ohlllnA W. Holmes, your eon.
slitlitll. who sent Ime the -ml-r1i fron
IIr.' iz his eift beenni iie it reca'ilb
myi earl ifh ie iln NorthI (Carolina, whier<
lhe gm-~oud dipper wasl a famiiliar ob.
.itet, aund also ofi that laiter life or:
lie Wabash, wherec it was founnd i r
conilst anut use beside e'very sproiit anil
ini every ll ome on thle nt tiei. I shah
also I rensurie it for lie ispi rit in whiel
it is prwesen ted and theit kindly1 sent i
milent earved upon li it.
VOnl suiggest that this ei'urd is t<
be uIse to drink 'romi thle louintain o:
inniiuortal youIth, and11 T know of mI
h)et ter wayl of seeking: inninortal y'out1
thaon at thle spring ofl our hiappies
mem'uiories, andi( withi mle mnanyi of thlesi
memori)ies toucih thle Soulthi whuer'e
was b1 orni, andis manyii more) are1l assoi
P lease t hank Mr. I [ohnes for) m11
and14 aceptl. my best wishies.
Very sincerely yoursi,
(Signed) *J. (4. Cannon.,
As the New York Sun suggester
Un('le Joe will likely hiang thle gourt
on a peg, somewhat like t hey hians
uptn downi by the sprinig. An -11he
sides all thle oither' a rticles the speak
(er has received from SouthIt 'a rohima
and which can be hung on a peg, wil
be hung beside~ it. Zachi Me(ihee.
BEER DISPENSER RESIGNS.
Columbia ex-Alderman Decliares Tha
le is "Sick of 'Whole Business.
Columbia, Mfay 28.-Ex-A ldermani
Charles Nary,'for several yearsa
wholesaleo\beer' dispenser, has tender01
ed1 his resignation.
Mr. Nary was before the investi
gation committee last week and do
('latres that lie is sick of the w~hoh
Mr. Tindal's Successor.
Governor Hleywvar,d appoinited Fits
Hugh 'McN!aster, the circulationi mart
ager. of the StateJ, a mlemnber of th<
list>r'ical co ums-on, ini place (of thu
late J. E. Tindal who was kille<l
recently' by falling from a street ear,
Mir eoiaster, has taken much inter
est t this oerk and will doubtless ht
a uble adition to thme board.
NEW PSYCHICAL RESEARCH
American Inatitute to rvestlgatq
Different Phenomena Carefully.
Dr. James H. Hyslop, head of th4
American Institute For Scientific Re
search, announced recently that Dr
James Putnam, neurologist of Harvar
university; the Rev. Dr. Minot J. Say
age and the Rev. Dr. R. Heber Newtoi
had been elected members of the boar
of trustees of the. Institute, which here
after will make greater, strides it
psychleal research In America, says thq
New York Tribune.
The American institute will investi
gate two types of psychology, thosi
called abnormal psychology and super
normal psychology. The objects ol
study in the first division will iueludi
neurasthenia and mental troubles
The second line of research will icludo
hallucinations of a healthy mind. Thi
abnormal psfchology, it Is expected
will need the greater amount of funds
as it is intended eventually to have a
hospital where patients will be treated
There has never been any Investiga
tion of cases coming under that cate
gory In the United States, Dr. Hyslol
It is also the object of the lustitut(
to Investigate the cases of the blind Ii
asylums and to study certain types ol
visual sensations and see what can b(
made of the machinery of hallucina
tions. The loss of one sense, it is held
accentuates the others, and this wil
also be studied. The deaf and dumt
will also be studied for auditor hallu
cinations and the insane for varlout
The Institute intends to hold clinici
in certain hospitals which have promis
ed to allow them room to treat them
cases. Ultimately a hospital will b(
erected for the institute's own work
Several professional men are' said t<
be back of the movement who at pres
ent desire their names to remain secret
Dr. Hyslop in speaking of what c
mental suggestion may do told of a re
cent experience of his in the New Yorl
subway with an intoxicated man. Th<
man, he said, was angry and unruly
but Dr. Hyslop said he beckoned tc
him and sat beside him and by patting
him and mental suggestion quieted bin
so that he left the train in good humor
This, he said. was merely suggestlor
and not hyplotism. Speaking aboi
hypIIotIsm. Dr. Hyslop S-id (hat the in
stitute collul deinliely settle the ques
tion whether1 a man under hyplmotle in
Iluence could he made to perform a
criminal actli 01' or eveil to kill. ITe sad
he (ou)te(l a subject could lbe made
to do such acts. IIe told of lils own son,
who, he said, when under hypnotic in
fluence, hesitated to do anything ab
surd or ridiculous.
FREAKS IN HENS.
Legs of Unequal Length Keep Jermey
Farmer's Fiiowli ome.
Charles Spencer of Newton, Sussex
county, N. J., had been troubled great
ly by his neighbors' chickens scratch
ing in his garden, so lie set to work
soie time ago to devise a hen that
could not scratch or wander away
from its own yard. After many dis
couragemients lie claims to have pro.
duced a number of hens with one leg
shorter than the other by the crossing
of l'lymouth Itocks and bantams, says
the New York World.
These liens. lie asserts, have a rigit
leg six inches long and a left leg but
four inches. Thley arec unmable to wan
(d0r any dlistance from the coop owing
to their inality to take steps of the
same length with bo0th legs. Instead
they walk around in a circle.
Another Sussex county man says a
Plyimouthi I tock hen recently hatched
ouit a birood of eleven chickens which~
ins5tead( of walking like ordinary chick
ens hop like sparrows. Hec explains
thki) ec'uliarity by3 the fact that during
the period of incubation the mother
hen was viciously aittacke.l by a floc
-A side from furnishing a remarkable
exllmplle of' p)arental influence the case
of the hopping chickens is calculated
to furnish a strong argiment for those
who contend( that the hen that hatches
tho egg and not the One that lays it is
the real mother of the chicken.
'Real Estate and Insurance
Do you have Real Estate to sell o1
rent which you (1o not care to havy
adlver'tised to the general publie? I.
so, place it in our hands and we wvil
give it our' personal study and atten
We have standing l)uyers for eer
tain kinds of land.
Do you want to buy Real Estate
If you mean b)usiness come to see ui
for weo have some property for sal
that might greatly surpriseyo a
well as interest you. ,yo a
If you don 't mean business comn
to see us anyway and we wvill tell yoi
all we knowv about the-wather
We undertake to sell no propert:
before we heive inspected it and dp
proved the pice.
Loans negotiated On approvei
Rents and accounts collected.
We are agents for the Aetna Lift
Insiurance Company. It will pay yat
to see what this old r'eliable and Con
servative company has to offer befort
placing your Insurance.
More and more men are beginning
to understand what this statemneni
Office over the Commeroial Bankilc.
I. K. SLGH & 0EP1f1
Scholarship and -Entrance Examination.
The exatinatiott for the award of vacant
tchaolarships i Witith op Collee asid for tho
adtission of :new students will be b'eld at the
Counity Couit House onf Priday, july All, at 9
a. it. Apilicant miust ukot be less au atiftee
years of Ekte. Whets scliolatRh1t)a are vacated
afterjuly they will be awarde to those inak
liegtlifigh,est average at this exatithiatioit
vided tie ineet the conditiots goeraiihg the
award.d A pp l sots for scholarahIp shtould rite
to Presidenut Johnson before the exaiinltation for
scholar.hip application blanks.
Scholars ips are worth Szou an 4 free tuition.
The iext stsbion will open Soptetiber 19th, i906.
Pot fuithet itforinatiou and catalogue, aJdre!s
Pres. D. B Johnson, Rock Hfill, 8 C.
V Made a
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storing the fire of yonth. it wards off yusanity
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ROYA MDICIOM CHICAGO, ILLI
GILDER & WEEKS.
Making Nineteen Hi
and While it Lasts to
Best Patent $5.C
Best half Pat. $4
Best Meal 80c. t
Best Grits $1.75
Don't pay any more, don't be sv
alo'ng, Fave money and buy from us
Our immense stock of spring goo
ties and fancy goods and staples, ov
ing novelties in millinery. Come ar
right thing in prices, style, quality,
ply cannot beat us, we don't makt
you up on balance, people gettin
and looking out more for No. i. C
Forty years experience counts son
don't you forget it,
Of the condition of the Exchan
the close of business May 4t
Loans and discounts . . . $127,779 52
Overdrafts. .. .. ....3,800.93
Furniture and Fixtures. 3,363.15
Due from Banks & bankers 10,881.418
Currency .. .. .. ...4,217 00
Silver, Nickles and pennies 1,7418.34
Checks and cash items . . 5,031.85
Before me came M. L. Spearman
be ing duly'sworn says that the above sta
edge and belief.
Sworn to and subs'cribed before me thl
J. D. Davenport,
Edw. R. Hipp, Directors.
Geo. B. Cromer,
For tije Ns)
AT $4.00 P
S. S. Bii
W. 3. Rikard
W. B. RIKARD
is now in The Herald and
News Office where 'he will do
your work promptly and under
Give him a trial.
P1 -i3e 'ELig2.t.
mndred Barrels of that
FLOUR Just Received
0 ,Every bbL
itched off by argument, come right
ds arriving embracing all the novel
ir Mrs. Moseley in the North select.
id see us, ie are prepared to do the
&c., for an all round bill you sim
a cut price on one thing and burn
g educated and opening their eyes
ome and see us and be convinced.
iething, we will treat you right and
ITY, S. C.
ge Bank of Newberry, S. C., at
Undivided profits less ex- $0000
penses and taxes paid -4,605.89
Due to banks and bankers 69)8.51
Individual deposits subject
to checks -- . . . 71,441 87
Cahirs hek -- 76.00
Bills payablhk--... -...30,000.00
Jashier of The Exchange Bank, who
tement is correct to the best of his kn~owl
M L. Spearnman, Cashier.
is the 12th day of May, 1906.
W. B. Wallace,
.N. P. for S C.
1 Ten Days