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C L if. AUm., Wluom.
Entee the Potofce at N
berry, S. C., as znd class matteu
EDITIONS ANID EDITIONS.
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TU:- '.'''r.e- - '- -- a bJ- h
1:', hf Ii &'in pt', . ', y .w. da i
Fit what' .u t,-k i - ., fan opor niJ
har Uf outv'!r i,",r'a goodrwor1
thew'p '.v oti htio ofgg thee dispenl
b1u1t ti h tiwor k it r (inJ~ih!d an
bv+,u IIn'. Ia 'ndidass- fuiv or offi1 he b
torn'j(d ICii . bay the work hte h
fuln'. in that ihm. W SI t I tem.'dIi
and thatlI., iAi I,y I told havj e ac''o
idi'he-d lunor by not hsa son IfferQI i
prIriN, w+V whUiIb hDi work hait liit
b4i(', asiin tuos a4 poiicalt mn 3
poMd-e ta t tem. and at tiward
would M nottdixuulythi--ngYe h
d ne htihe migt ve beenwritte
tie to hIis mttging bo ek
ntiii11,1 theren fre thifs d I h " 1 1
ifJuly, 2th wear ging orbae tie
in tr ceforar ando 131 wh..
un gd 11~0fore wtb-vl e want t wog
ofecites, o wo bu'tIs, atozen1
timeb pay ourm etsiunls myts
gw u om roswihth.
The vandrvUe of Te tditor of The
H sjeld and Ntx it in very reat rtd
ofrq,>3-niA#1j. I'Td af be if. p1*idtebt
,if 1b(, oitr.nh oudvs much
ppe* a bepin' hand frxm lbe
Hube.cribe~ r.'to The Hera3d anrd New#.
as e fek urethe womdrA Xvike
I,o, basv 11m "It!] hr in The p4int of
tpparO Af 1L dtr-. lteI3xr
It is 1ru- tba The eitr 1f the
Ntva bd ( ri4te'r say' a: lta Iwe
.3~ ~~~~~I ledw eIe r- dabtm
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- a Yv s r *, i -,
_-re arr!.JJiin'! faie" ini South
2 r o a r -f. u re ,n r. - A u. 1 i, i ta
Y3''' are corrI-t-t. If the-.r" 'housld be
the1f kirn'd of tall: ind1ulted irn inl Souith
('arofina that you have had in Geor
a th-r wousld . be o(rasionrj for ae-.
ti:. Wo are mjust built that way and
- j,-t hlp it auld] have no apol(wies to
- offer to any one for it.
Ane 'ditor in, Oklahoma who ws
r,emarri"'d wro,tr up heis weflin~ aifter
.r ''Thej bride is a (2harmfing~ y'oung1
'' holy th'e daughter. of' aristocratie
? i M iteoi acestry. Unitii rcently3
' 'he was e'.'redlited with po'ssessing
e' xy"eJlent judgmenit, bust wvhen her pro
ry bp4 V,-iv mna-rian was~ annconnceed
7 hre weho knew usM perhiaps began to
"~ woneder. It is patent that Mihe is ex
cii'ept ionaly13 (Oi JouragCeius. Thle bride
- groom puirpourts to he an editor. lie
is not a po9lit ician, financier, siociet.y
e" elede nor pillar in t he church. In
rn f8*t hee is rnot much of anythinig, im
h*portan ct. lie is no gensitIs arid heas not
en1 mounited the ldder of fame so high
Ir- that he is at all isolated from his
mut fellow men, Hie is kept too butsy en
For denavorinig to keep out of the red at
.rc the banck to have much time for
ick djc reming of fututre greaitniess. Con
jlgratuiltionsH for him ace at this time
s emphatically in order.''
S4 outh Carolina's Prohibition Leader.
In thee ticrmcoil ant cd duetlistat has
a 'ii,c~Ompaiccd thle vol 3iw' oiut of ' thle
vanfu sj enes m t ie state,
(1ci h erie haSC liuiked II cLe'iig tjicgt hues
b en littleIc heard'n oni the stiium, or~ hill
't"op';:s but to, whomucu ('cil is due' for
Se resuiilt mIore probabcihl.y t han aniy
. Whiat thai ;t younig Pls ohit ion eniva
her. 14, 4,yusnder 1*. dhildls, wcas to the
ireorme be'fo re' his dea thi, A. C. ,7ones
lehas beeen sinee'. .Jonie wasH the po
litical sulccsoir of Mr'. Childs anid a
une it a Childs who fought niighit anid
wh dlay for' l'rc,hiibitioniII tin n out of the
olegislaiturce for inarly ui decade uip to
thble passHage oIf thle dhHCisnai'y law.
At hi elbow wvacs another young
the Soiithernier, A. C. Jlonen, now, a lead
ela- '.ng merchbant at Newberry, add who
-0is likely to the the inext governor' of
fo nh 181)8 Mr'. .linel was elected to
clesucceed Mi'. Chlilds ats C~haeirmatn of
trthe State Execntive Commnittee, and
hqiud charge of thce catmpaigc of that
reyear, whcen Mr'. C. C. F'eatherstone, of
roLauirenH, w'as a c'aniddate for (Gover
'nor at the Demonaticl prmai..s, a...a
W. E. PEtE
We sell Sure Remedi
us is Reliable. We gug
faction with every pack
When your doctor a
bring or send it to us.
practices; we use pure
make our highest aim I
wishes. Our prices are
- d r the of
S- Hd - ith oo
- ( nr n ?veral
No fa( w' Willing t.
.... L;t in T902 and 1964.
. a i the r,-(uetz of a num
b f t h)- loadinv Pr(.hihitionists in
' - ta '-. wh~ w-rr-. Lhr-kd at th
ell ~ ~ - _1 v;_h,1:- Di -nsary law
- ; -- - -r:d -.i- -. ll of all of
- o -t)t.- wro,te anl ap
W: b i I- in, th- Daily State an.!
r.e I par-rs at the timw. asking them
to -r'ranjiz- to pa-, a bill that would
ti - h p-ople t ho samine right t(
vol- 'mt a lispensary whert estaplish
Ii-litd. jilst as the law pr(PvidCd for
volin- inl a di-Jwnsar y where tlh-re
wa . nfne ill ex%ist-1(,ne(;.
At that time wbere a dispensary
was opened there was no law to re
Mo)v( it. This appeal led to the or
vanization of the State Law and 0i
der League and flinallv to the passage
of the Briee aet. i under whieli law
the dispensaries are now being voted
out. Mr. Jones was also requested
by mir-ebes (of the Law and Orde.r
Leaguze to ask Governor Heyward to
irec-ommenud in his message to the gen
eray assmly in Jahnuar. 104-, that
tepasa bill ie-iving the peCople
hese right s.
Mir. -Jones w'as so deeply interested
in the success of the Pr-ohibhitionistis
and of the law being enforced, where
the counties vorte the dispensar-ies oint,
and of other refoirms being made in
the state government, that he decided
early in April last to hecome a candi
date for Governor in the Demnocr-atic
primary next year. He will then ap
peal to the Democrats of the state t
vote the dispensaries out county by
county and at the same time to elect
men to the legislature who will en~
force the law and give the people' a
clean, economical business ad miniis
Last Apr-il, when Mr. Jones boldly.
annonneed his candidacy on the Pro
hibition .issue, many looked upon it
as a nine-days wvonder and, without
debate, consigned him to the fate 9f
Messrs. FeathIierstone and Hoyt. wo
tried the same thing a few years ago
and were erushed by the dispenusary
Bint when the people beCgan to vote
out the dispenlsaruy herec and there and
everuywhere by uch overwhelmining
major-ities, jt began to apppiar that
.Jones' project was b)ig with trouble)1
for thle political ring that contriols thie
Tn all these contests, .Jones hias
been the guiding. spirit, advising the
local leaders and quietly directing the
vairious campaigns. -
Columbia, S. C., Ctober 14, '1005.
The above is an article sent from
Columbia, S. -C., In October, 1005, to
The Voice, The National Prohibitkji
Organ, Published in Chicago.
0lub Meetitig. .
The members of the' St. Luke's
Democratic - lub' are hereby requested
to~ meet at St.- Luke 's school house
at 4 o'clock p. m. Sgiturdauy, Juno 30,
1000 for thte purpose of reorganiza
J. S. Nichols, F Committeeman.
AM $ SON,
es. What you buy c
irantee Absolute Satii
age sent out.
rtes your prescriptio
Our main business i
We allow no slip-sho
st medicines only. W
o carry out the doctor'
, Newberry, S. C.
I received ~ thi,
week a beautifu
Will be glad t<
furnish you wha
you want in thal
line. You wil
save -money i
you buy of me
THE HOME OF
We are offering thi
most attractive line o
Collars & Cuffs
Dress Suit Case
and other sea
sonable M e n '
that we have ever shown to* t
ti-ade, all new and of the be
makes and latest styles. The pric
tire the lowest, and we, want y,
to take adventage of the bargal
that are offered at our store eve
day in the week. Our aim is
buy th,e best of everything and
sell them at the lowest cash pric'
Down Tow.n Stori
We are -now ready to welcoi
you at our down town -store wi
a splenVdid line of Clothing, Shoi
and Men 's Vurnish ing Goods. i
hlave the best lighted store in tow
a d our purpose is to .make it t
.horne of bargains for our frienD
'Come'andl see us and- you will fl
that your money will buy a lit
mte for you-'than it'will buy at
where else, and that we will aiwi
have something of special value
offr you, a
Newberry, S., My i8, J9
n Every Lady i
ebest pattern fc
forth in these i
ONTHLY STYLE I
Every One a Cre
t I Ib e soM -
. . . The Ladies
Of the condition of The Commercial Bank, lo<
close of business May 4th, 1906.
Loans & -Discounts .. $375,597 60 Capi
Demand loans . .. ... 4,647 56 Und:
Overdrafts .......... 3,912 88 re:
Furniture & Fixtures .. 3,051 93 De
Due from Banks & Bankers 44,774 80 Due
Currency .......... 8,759 00 Indi
Gold .............. 2,400 00 to
f Silver, nickles, pennies .. 954 64 Note
Cheeks & cash items .. .. 4,004 46 '
S'fATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Personally appeared before me J. Y. McF
Bank, who swears that the above statement
edge and belief.
Sworn to before me this 4th day of May, 1t
Geo. S. Mower.
W. H. Hunt.
0. B. Mayer.
H. C. MOSELEY, President. \
M. A. CARLISLE, Vice-Pres. G
THE PEOPLE'S NAW
Paid up Ca ita,...
Protection to Depositors
DIRECTORS: Burglar Proo
~st GEO. JOHNSONE. BPrgitr and p
JOS. H. HUNTER. We want you
es R. L. LUTHER. We invite ima
u J. A. C. KIBLER We do a cn
nsW. A. MOSELEY
ry JOHN B. FELLERS. ciples'
W. P. PUGH.
to G. W. BOWERS. We receive
to J. P. BOWERS. .$1.00 up, 4
!s. H. C. MOSELEY. semi-armnus
A* FRANK R. HUNTEF
We Link Co-Operative
es, Buyer and SelleriO
VAny Land., i.L' I
An Where, au,iiU
tS Ay Pricel NEWBERRY,
tel- When You V
Buy, Sell or Excha
bOur connection With the North
enables us to'hatidle land any Whe
FRANK R. HUN
ken For I 4
ir her dress
id Labor of
ation of Art..
tore . .
tated at Newberry, S. C., at the
tal Stock paid in .. $50,000 00
vided profits, less cur
it expenses & . taxes
id .. .. .. .. .. .. 43,335 75
to Banks & Bankers . 1,874 78
unpaid dividends .. .. 675 00
vidual deposits subject
check ..........252,217 34
s and bills rediscounted
.. .. .. . . .. .... 100,000 00
all, Cashier of the above name
is correct to the best of his knowi
-J. Y. McFALL, Cashier.
JOHN C. GOGGANS, C. C. C. P.
r. W. WHEELER, Cashier.
so. JOHNSTONE, Attorney.
. $25,000 00
ervative business on business prin
lepoent interest alared epayal
t & COMPANY,
Sellers Money Loaned
S I)Stocks and Bonds
-. C. Bought and Sold.
ge Real Estate
American Land Company