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. .AULL, EDI'R.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
terry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Tuesday, June .5, 190.
Y NOTHING NEW, SIMPLY CON
ThiEe J,nvestiga:~tioni ("orngitt'ee la
gathered js;u1flieist eviden,e to eon
vince t(e loj)st volfirmel dispenlsar%
ite that the P.o-callvd immjit-al test Q
the stuff flat is hanlde.I out tW th
people of South Carolina by the Grea
Moral Institution I snare and d<
lusion. That part of the business, lik
wany otliers, is niothing iore or JeF
than a fraud. The State Chemist hin
self does not make amy pretentions t
passilig on the chemrical eorrpositioi
of whi fe h 'by the disgiensar'
bAt everyV eapSv titofood sen,It oit bear
a certificate bearing tle chivmi-t 's of
fleial signature. attestin! to the chem
ieal puritY o' the liquor. It has beer
known all along that the eertifieat<
,#f' the State Chemist meant absolute
ly nothing, and(] the finding if proof
tio that effeet by th' investigators has
disclosed m>thing new. Is the woth
ing about tlte Statf rumh mill that is
runl, strietly on the s(piare aid with
'-wiservast ivi. blJsino-SK -lidfl-lelit alid
ability? Al yet the dispeisary peo
ple a;re askin;, fIr anl extension of
time to experimenlt with the corrupt
ing Yunaehijne.-(;reenville News.
h'liere is nothing nit%-ew in this evi
dence about tie certifleate of the
State chemist. No Ifne ever seriously
pp 1, that tli State ('vumist ever
atterpted tip ti-st allny 41f tle faise
voods. and vyIiItle- of Imv othe r.
"N,w. if the Iif."nls p '' savs
The Iferalld and News. "Wi1id co.
ioperate with Newberr-Y and 'tlier
point to vt Ilie mnlmrnim, anld afier.
noon train oll thlis lillf a Ilail t inai
Ihey v iwwIld the14,n hav(e iod until fa
ilitifes.'' What in the world i- that
riatit talkiinug' about ? ,auaris started
it, ili veln1it. ;11 4 v ral stilm.
r1ifv%,11-1iltt1 , [if4# i -, t11ailfi l foIr 'ns:ial
i'vior- as ''ev"ry litt bt l w hip.
o'i work wp that new umit-lo dep
we wanlt Y,ou to, hak.f. it '1d ,sai'reusn
wil) get all that's "oming her way.
We are talkiig aboil favts, but w<
are r>t go,int le, argie t e I i p Stiinl ol
"wll killfed I hf' lear'' r bveausI soWt
w%Ianit all f, i 1t4- IIo ',!vt t14p-vthir am'
w 1r 4.o111 (,r F.'r ifriltv vf'< :'erviev.
\ .\h ne Lhi,ll all (o first ik to hav<.
a ui itdl I. 1*f1.1f t m.1;lf lip -I v if wv coIh
nI et. 'His, C.. N. a l I f t rir
iiat-l n from i,a ri t I 111(4h t
lha d in. and hof i ns:.rtuas' tlfw' after
14"inwlf a leean \lacnue it t
ls an ,d iex - dov r 11' i l l'. I\\'
a.'t ('ft irn- s il. hu l'-i t hih'i,i bit
hdtltE b~sud i4 ahe order SulUt (xed h
I,hi idul5 Sifi .'nd ,t h ae 'fi'ini ng sit ii'
t14 he inmger~ in thei esarlyv fre'ighat 'ut ol
Cohlianblia andis f'residtent I hildus s-ai'
hie wvouldhlofd ft the f14 othler orideir ai
mask' sall thle chi ages sat once. Tf wi
rouildf ls hve s.eiiured thlis ftirst chlang<ij
then1 the' fithler woldE have,' bieensi li
atl ii wiuld lave'i bieeni inaad' ai iinai
tralin wv i ffiit psal Eirk . Thlie thlinglf
for' as tol s(eture ftirst is thlie chIangife of
the thIirouagh f'reighat to ai reguliar fpaS
sonager traini atnt if it is 51ecomll ishe45
we dlo noi. t are whof gets thle credit. Ii
is results weC wiant sand noet credit foia
L5et utS alfl get togethler' and( pull to
Theio plefff of Newbenrr'y shoub11
maike 'Newberriy a gala (city naext we'tel
ini honor' oif' thec exer'cises inli Cent no
semni-ceniteniail of' Newberray collelge
It illt be' a giofd time to talfk Newhera
ry atnt ilmpres4*. lpon iti Ihfe1 ay v'isitor
whfo wiilIliE h eaee thfat we bel'i eve il
Newhlerri'y a nt heri futurie as5 we'll a
thet fact t hat weO tare proudt oif her' his
tory. Lesft lhe mfer'chats decorfatte anll
utse the co4llege colors ini thteir dlecor'i
lions thus shiowinag to the visitors the
we not onIly believe in Newberr'y, hr
that wve cnsider Newberr'y eolfleg
as5 one Eof our1 insitittions and1( that w
are0 proud of hera history and conif
dence in hler' future.
The college colors aire scairlet an
/Says at conItemplJoary:
h'No ana of todaty, however mue~
he ay be absorbed iln his oenpatic
or however' much he may pride hin
"~.self on a culture that consists chiefl
ni knowledge of bygone things, can ii
frd to neglect or be ignorant of thi
ervlous daily' record that. is ad
~/.nprint of the time ni w,hichi 11
'owhich the Louisynlle-Courie
Of course, newspapers anJ news- th
paper reading are here to stay. The A
man or woman who fails to read the tr
daily newspaper is entirely out of the gr
procession. Even the child should
read the daily paper, for it sets forth fs
history he can never acquire from af
books. You "night as well live in the
Tenth century as to neglect the news er
of the Twentieth. af
Nothing inore can be added. The'fo
Klbject has beeii covered and covered tih
perfeetly. The facts cannot be con- in
troverted; the truths above set forth in
are unassailable. The newspJaper is aj
the necessaryv literature of the age. Ml
fTie mian (or woan who does not read thj
the daily press is living in the long wi
ago an.d has no way of comprehend- ti
ing what is going on in this wonder
ful age.-Charlotte Observer. to
This is very true but we would like E
to amend by adding the weekly press. W1
Many good people do rot read the ti'
daily press, but do read] the weekly ju
anel they are kept well psted (in the jii
-%events of the day and are not so far til
behind as one ini-0ht imagine (tn what sil
is going on in this wcnderful age. ita
A goo.1 iewspaper text for everyf
day in the year is Good R,jads-goid ;a
roadmls inl tie ceity and' gool Ioadis inl the tie
eintry. (;ood roads are the ear- aft
rnarks of progress.-Exehange.
Thiat is true. Th,-j-r- is iothinr s, am
important to the devel(plment of our We
tural distriets as 'ood roads. There
is nothinf, that will pay so large divi
dends for the money invested. ton
Farmers' Union Bureau of
-Conducted by the
South Carolina Farmers' Educa
tional and Co-Operation Union.
- - the
iCommunications intended for this
department should be addressed to J. C
Stribling, Pendleton, S. C.
WI, arf posf-1 to :iv e *:I
h,igl<-ti'r fromI .\r. Williarnson01 (oni
his stuntinlo pl. and nIl t
gotnE ' our ar I'li(nj mini will
lill li. phail tliiulh a eotilipy -atlit If
whieb will r v- All 411btS. hfinI
vither way about thl ha. We 1ave
-l .14r'ls um11le-rlrna.tv test af
tI.r . . \illial ."ll's S 11111ing plroeess,
u1ni w%ill weigh the p,tid'uet s and Il meas
r tei tirea by ani expeit from the lie
*,)Ith Carola (ina exjerimllenlt Station:
. . J. ('. Stiriblinl". Pen,dleton, S. ('. M4
l-ar Sir: Tim' 4xinistive, and eIn
linluilosp test a tihat Yfu ask aboftut inl RI
-,V11 y l h-iv r i he t Ib nl., t1 t l oves.
ll \v. I hav na d m ,h-: i r is it pJ)s
-ibha - inj iei-iitia - tos t'-ll posaitively
Whi'h (if tle Inai tY 't ntifins t.,ivtn it,
r1 hla.j <i- 1.411tiblubt-el 11n4st of1 Ilte -t
Thii- nwtho~d I l 'e oalvi-edl rise.l .
a (fi.v a a- 'vs thle Iirst y . a thi'
'natil slae i- fuiliar. with its ways. lh
I fee-Iluht lhe results that I andl val
triy uiihborsa wh have adopted it ami
haive abinedi~ an-O siilIi(it tos justify of
meit in irecommntid ing th at it bae givsen val
a tial: if it is not sat isfac-torv it Thi
.eed iiot be fuoowed again. A few stil
,atees wiItll not on ly be sulic-ient b ut suil
hawst for giving this trnial. pr<
"This " stutnting'' is no new thing shn
('Salrn grotwi ng ; andi if I hadl expre*se Jl
ed it: "T'lo sao '-heek amtil ret ard t he Col
stalk gro"wth,, that there shaill he be
iieith ler moist 1re4 or plnt foodl wvast e. eat
ini its proiduction. '' Thlen mu:mber-s of of
farmiers woldl have recogized it as rd
just whait they have been tiryintg to Jai
dIo fori years. Many of them have an;
planited both catty aind low all of their eor
lives to redluce the size of the stalk,
aund they will tell you that when tivs
young coirn (not jointed) is bitten by
frost, the stalk will nott grow large, on1
but that it tusually makes better eatrs. tei
This plan is not so new to the fiatrm- ern
eria, as the ntewspaipersi seem to1 think-- toj
cetintly not to the faermer's aboutt pat
htere. It will need to lbe altered an of
m odifledl to suit different soils and -
Sspecial rcond5i tions, yet thle getneral fr~
Iprnip'lles are'4 correct andiu will work fe
Sgreat benellt wthentever' the tendeciy lb
- is to make stalk growth at the ex be
. h'lierien(e adjudgment are r'e- an
i quired to give best results, and( all di
t who tr;y it mtay not sneceed-ceertaini- lic
e ly not the first year. I trust that in
linone will d1o wVorse than biy the old( cL
.met hod, anid I sincerely hope that it lie
may give to all who try it the benefit Oi
that it huas givetn to me. p
E. M. Williamson, hta
Why Be Alarmed? gE
fl Some of our' farmer's seem to be a
. little wor'ried1 over this talk of the Be
y, Ktnglish cotton siiers buying up
.some of onr' Southland on which to fo
eraise caheagp Cotton witth the hope of nm
e dr ivitng ns btack to starvationr prices, C(
e And niow, as The Nattional Co-opera- B
tor says, thuis movement on thle part of E1n
r the spimtIers avonuld he funny ,if it
wer e not so ridicnhons. Yes, Itis too
abatra to -evets give it notice. Hasn't
this cotton scareaorow been lbolted by
ose English Spinners in Eggp
friea and almost every other comt
y where there isn't snow on i
ound 365 days in the year?
And what was the result t A fez
ilure-just what will be over het
ter they have tried it.
We will give thq Englishmen tb
edit of knowing how to spin cotto
ter we of the South have grown i
r them, but when it comes to eitht
em or those Wel.-h or Belgian-s raiL
- the fleeey staple. they know noti
1_ more about it than a hog knou
mit politics. In fact. if those Wels
d Behrian' are as lazy as some c
e emigrants whbo came here, the
I be toe- infernal lazy to keep o:
e mosquitos down there in Missij
)pi and Louisiana much less tryin
hoe and plow cotton. No, tos
iglish spinners are sharp and the
A11 know that with cr(qp-diversifie
!i tlic Southern c--tten farmer i
-t wuing to- raise C4ttill to Suppl,
Sdemand, and with t-rganizatimn
-y are zoin2 to stand1 shoulder t
ulder like men and lemand a prof
ble price for that c'tt1n4. and see
that their scare-crow failed t
0htenl. when so far frm us, the
- DOw Icqi1ng tee move it up a littl
Irer. Se. brother farmer, don't b
aid. It 's the same (ld bunch o
rs tied on a little bit taller pole
I it ujw,ved up to where they hopi
will nmtice it.
4tay in the and just kee)
1. There's n danger in their cot
W. C. Casey,
Secretary Five F(,rks Union.
In Safe Keeping Now.
n negrro who gave his name a!
rge Henry Coleman. tating tha
is from Laurens. was taken in bi
olaice authorities (on Wednesda;
lit. iit negro being mentally de
Ile. He was begging the polie
vers vesterday mmrning to shoo
.-Newberry Ierald and News
3ut Ie left Newberry in some wa:
ither anid -mt to Clinti. walkin;
in the later plaee moniday nigh
his brothier's on the farmll of Mr
1nos '. Childress. fiour miles iol
thi, city. '.Nr. Childress brougli
I t) the citv Tunesday1 morning mIle
ved him inl Priobate -Jid(-ge Thomp
i's i-fhice, wheire lie was promptl;
I acecordingly adj udied insanle am
it to the lunatie asyh1m.-Lauren
.SOLUTIONS TO BE PROPOSEI
kT THE MEETING OF TH]
3TOCKHOLDERS TO BE HELI
)N THE 15th DAY OF JUNE
lesolvel: First 'lt the Capita
ek if tlis Collmpan.y be inceasem
e 1111undrefl ''lhoulsand Dollirs h,
issue of one thousanil alblitiona
ires #f eommnion stoek of the pa
re of One Hlund.red IDolars ea
I four* thoieusandl additional share:
secondie preeferired st(ock of the pa:
uceeof One Hlundredl Dollars each
ese four thousand shares shall con
tute a seond preferred stock, and
>ject to the prior claims oif the firsi
4ferred stock now outstanding
til, for the period of ten years fron
Iy 11, 1906, unless retired by thi~
rnpany as herein below mentioned
entitled to dividends from the nie
nings of the Company at the ratt
seven per cent per annum, payable
ri-annually on the first days o:
muary and July in each year befor
y dividends shall be paid on th
['hese dlividends shall be accumula
rhe Company may retire this sec
il preferred stock at any time af
Jtuly 1, 1911, by paying the hold
thereof tihe face value in mono;
rether with thne amount of all un
id dividends, if any, up to the dati
After tile expiration of ten year
,mn July 1, 1906, alny second pre
-red stock thnen outstanding shal
come a seven per cent. interes
nring debt against the Compan;
r its face value; a-nd with th
mount of all tunpaidi accumulate<
vidends, if any, shall become a fire
n upon the Company's property, i
liquidation, sutbject only to ft
uims of the first preferred stoe
retoforo created. Resolved Set
d, Thlat the Directors of the Coni
ny are hereby instructed to 01
th the Secretary of State in its be
If a petition for amendment of it
arter i.n accordance w.ith the fore
The above resolutions will be pre
sted to the Stockholders of th
allohon Manufacturing Compan
r their consideration at the annua
loting to be held in the offie of th
empany in, the Town of Newvberr5
C., at 11 O'clock A. M. on the 15t1
y of June, 106.
.GOeo. W. Summner,
c 1resident & Treas.
Z. F. Wright,
C. & G.
I HfAVE BIE LV
Hammar Condensed Paint lead? all
to-day, because it is made to stick. It
is guaranteed to stick for five years.
You can coun' on most paints for only
three years. The great llauninar Paint
Ilouse of St. Louis guarantee their
paint to stick for five years; your
money back if it don't and this is not
talk either. Come in some day and we
will show you how this paint is backed
by a guarantee of a half million dollars
in cash and a reputation of over a third
of a century for square deals. We will
also showv you how you can save 25%
Son your next paint bill. Remember,
p please, that there is only one Hammar
Pain and that we are the only dealer,
in this place who have the authority to
soll and guarantee this paint,
Bowers & D)omniek, Prosperity, S. ('
SCounty Democratic Executive
Committee is hereby called to meet at
the court house in Newberry, S. C., on
Saturday, Junie 9th, 1906 at 11 o'clock
a. in., for the purpose of fixing the as
sessments of candidates for county
offices, preparing a campaign .sched
uile, appointment of managers of elec
tion and for such other business ae
may properly come before it.
A full attendance is desired, as it
is exp)ecd that all matters in con
n ieetion with the approaching cam.
paign and election can be decided up.
on at this meeting and thus avoid
Fred. H. Dominick,
B. B. Leitzsey, ' 'Co. Chair.
All parties are hereby notiilled thal
Henry Long is hired to wvork for m<1
during the remainder of the year '06
t Any person or persons enticing him ir
any manner to violate his contraci
e will be prosecuted to the full exteni
of the law. M. D). Derrick.
All persons are hereby warned noi
to tresspass on the lands of either ol
the undersigned. *'All persons tress
ties will bo purnished to the full ex'
tent of the law.
a ~Mrs. R. F. Connolly
B. H. 4miek.
We will give a first-class barbeenu
oni the Fourth of July at the resi
dence of D. A. Kleekloy. Come one,
come all and enjoy a good dinner arni
spend a pleasant day.
D. A. Kleckley;
'6ye Yor NaMe
knd will expect
ou to call when
n need of
'lain Glass Ware,
.R & COMPANY,
ye Sellers Money Loaned
~ ~V4VAhVJ UiS Stock and Bond.
Y, S. C. Bought and Sold.
d county property for sale:
"Tract of land cntaining 41hreacres o
rom Coranaca, S. C.
a. CBrown' residence.ce,na r
n own as"Th So!Martin Plaee."
n88 acr frm near Pomaria,, S. C.,,
Wel iproved farm on Bush Riifer.
7acrs tland withi ntwo miles,of city
1er ocrsaoriginal forest. Will sell
oen Improvements at Silver $treot.
Tw lots0on lowr Iain Street.
Sixr lo on McKinley eights.ngo
Tbree nice residences close In.
~rty that we have for sale Call at my
bibly I have the place that you have
H UNTER, Manager.
work, as others ar'e
te very best supplies
pert and accommodat
>od work and prompt
of Work and Pla
Combined to Mal
Corset of Streng
Lbility and Beaul
le to Fit The F(
ONE WEEK ONLIY!]
Dr I. E. Crmm, the well known Eye
Sight Specialst, will be in Newbejrr
for oeek J:from Monday, June 4th
to Tuesday, June 12th.
Causes headache, inflamed eyes and
many reflex nervous troubles.
mean relief from headache, clearer
eyes, better vision, improved health.
Have you ever tried glasses? Do the
glasses that you use do the workD F
I have accomplished wonderfully sat
isfat results in modern, scientific
methosbf fitting glasses.
I can. demonstrate my ability in your
Don't miss the opportunity to call on
X>3- X. 3E. Critnrr3a33
and have your eyes examined Exam
Office over the Post Office.
FRANK R. HUNTE
We Link Co-Operati
Buyer and Seller OF
Any Lands, I' mi
Any Where, &1 IW,UBIV
A - rc. NEWBERR~
We offer the following city an
stTwo one-acre building lots on Pratt
Lton Langford Avenue containing
Lot on arLangford -Avenue containing
AdOn 8room house, 8-4 acre lot on
tOne 6-ace tract of land, with cot
a 5-room cottage ofa Calhoun street.
M5-room t cae near Farmers' 01l 1
M i with e cre l mes Ol
One tract of land containing 31 acres
land with nice ntdwelrrl i ce, th re cit
One 7-room hse nar ar er' ltoprp
Onle tcoland eorwntnwn.6 acrs
been trying to get. Yours tr
LET US PL
Giveg us your Laundri
doing. Gloss or Domesi
We use nothing but ti
that car be bought. Exi
ing help.- Our motto, gc
delivery.. -Telephone us
The Ne wberrv .1