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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Tuesday, June 20.
AS TO SCHEDULES.
The Southern railway oficials
have decided that they cannot put. on
the new train between Columbia and
Greenville, which was requested by
the traffle association.
The following in regarI to this is
taken from the (reenville News:
"As to lie proposed new train on
the Columbia and Oreenville line, the
future is not so briglit. Teli Soulh
eril alreiialy maintains a dliouble daily
wervice (ver the rolite and tlie ollicials
lo not seem inceliled to -ive the third
train. Were it possible ) re-ar-rang-e
tle sVheduL I tow)%- inl effec, it i h
be possible to do without a thil train
for a year or two, but in (he end it
seemls to e inevitable. Otvher roads
out of Columbia have ithree trains
daily and it is hardly safe to say they
handle more business in a m lntl than
the Coluilbia :1u11 (reeiville line.
"' Ilese fa.cts aire Ire. it is re.:anI
(.I as Ilissible thal II th S4111n 1t n rail
way wJI see its way el: to orderiug
Ilhe third ilin on this fall when the
winter rush or re.-ula r passener
i raille beginis. '
T'he sehedue could he re-irraniged
if it were not. for Ile prole.", from
the people aloig a1)1tut Greenwood,
so that it would he satisfactory to
almost the intire patron age of the
10111 by chanin No.11 an( No. 12
to a morning out of Oreenville and
ill afterilooll train (lilt (if Collimbia.
1ueh a ehngie would he entirel sat
isfactory to t lie p-Iple of Newhel-rry.
oandI inl foct ., '.s till Il 1m111 ('4dumbia
as DYI)on. :jid it w.nbl be -atietae
IIrY I lla. peple t Greinvilb. and
also 1f Anderson it Iv lun.: ill
these trailns lid not 11make a eluillze
in tile present sellvdille of the Blue
Of W4u e no ne w b 1111b4111jot ti a
thirl train e:.-h way. and it' ile rail
1,41.d people wmnld Sive 4uc a trainl
a trial and it was not sut'fieiently
profitable to keep it on, then there
miuht he a real.jistiment of schedules.
Rtailroad t'oninissioner Caughman
tld us a fe1w days ago that he
tloluplit tile Soitllerli would make a
trial of a third train in the early
fall. There is not likely to he any
chan le ore September.
It a dab-ki * buys a 4ri'hk of liiuor
from a blind ti-ger. and later ill the
night steals a chickenl froml a fowl
house, which is iiot illfrequently done,
are the laws prohibitin., stealin- anld
sellinl.- liquor failures, andl should
Ihey be repealel because theY are
vilaited? If sil, the law agailinst
stealing shlubn b.le abol ished as well
as5 the prolhiition law.-F.dgefieold
If' we shoul follow ount the prohii
hit ion t htery we wouihld prohibiit the
lain ig of eggis and thle hatching of
chickens soI there would n't be ainy
tifmjitat iini inl the llegir''s way'.
That 's where the di fferenel is.
The WVashington Star says:
"'South (Cariolina 's political sit uation
is badly tangled this year. The lat
est developimenit is the ainouncement
lby one0 Col. Lumpkin of his candidacy
for the United States senate to suc
ceed Mr. Tillman. There is no way
as yet to judlge as to the seriousness
oif this opposition to Mr. Tillman,
but it is earniest ly to be hoped, for
the sake of South Carolina and the
senate as well. that the state will
make no change. Mr. Tillman has
developed as a statesman ini the
course oif his sericei0 ini the upper
house. HIe has dlemonst rat ed his cap
neity for the consideration of nat ion.
alI afIfa irs ini a bro ad spiit. iTe is
honest and1 lie is able, and South Car
olina wol mtake a serious mistake ii
lhe werec displaced."' The Washingtoi
Staor's est imaite of Senator Tillmair
is shared biy t he peoiple of South Car.
oilinia. There is not thle slightest, pro0
habilityv that he will lbe dlefeatedl foi
re-elect ion. C'ol. Lumpkin had as wel
(juit tihe race anid go home, unless h<
thinks he cani (1o some1 good1 by aid
vertising the Georgia railr'oadl it
whose employ lhe is, inl every county
ini the state.
The above is from the Andersor
Daily Mail. We only reproduce 11
to ew the estimate placed upor
Senator Tillmani by those competen1
to judlge who live outside the state
.There is no0 question that lhe will
rank in history as one of the big
men of this country. Of course hi
huas his 'faults, and we al
have faults but South Car
olina would be~ very foolish t<
retire him from the senate at thiu
PARDON or HOYT HAYES.
Oov. Heyward has granted a fil
pardon to Hoyt Hayes, of Oconee
county. It will be remembered that
about a year ago Hoyt Hayes wim
sentenced to be hanged having beer
coivicted of killing his wife. The
ease was very stubbornly fought or
both sides, and in the first trial the
jury failed to agree; on the second
trial Hayes was convicted of murder
and sentenced to be hanged. An ap
peal was taken to the supreme court,
which court affirmed the decision of
tle lower court. Tle testimony was
submitted to tile governor and the
whole case hinged upoll the fact
whether or not Mrs. Hayes wrote a
nott which was found in her room the
niIlt of lie killing. Inl this note it
was stated tha Iovt 1H1ayes had been
kiid to her an1d she did it herself.
The position of the state was tlhat
Hfiayes was the antholr of the note
himself. The governor, when he came
to voisiier i tle teslimoly, had speci
ieiis ofI tile land-writ ing of both
IlaYes and his wife sulbmitted to ex
perts. t%wo fit whoi reached tile con
clusion that the note was in the hand
writin f Mrs. 1 h ayes. Thereupon
ilie overilir c011111111ted I:s sentence
Irv-11m de1athi to lif'e imprisonment in
1ii- .lla e peIlitentiary.
The \v ,I as severelv cri6i
vized bv sole i newspa1pers at tle t ime'.
but wili ile evidelnce before him and
the respolisibility ol a n manii1's li'e
restin. Ipoi him, lie did what lie
thou.hit was the proper thing, and it
is veiV difficult for ai oitsider to
plice iliimself il tile .-overnior's posi
tutou. Of (itre lIaVes was eithler
4ilty or not 41uiltv. If guilty, the
deaith penalty should have been in
Ilieted. if not, he should have his lib
erty, and insnmuch as, the governor
reached the Conclusion lie was not
1uilty of the murder, lie has done
tle pnoper thin.-, in rantin to Hayes
a lull 1pan li n.
Thiey sa v tihe washlerwImnII is hv
1,41minl. ext itict inl Spartlaul lr
Spartianhilurez 11era ld.
That is really very hail inleed. You
huil hl ter eni 1' I le [Il of Palms.
The Slartanihm- I[erahl headline
"ver. the i1vim _.ivinl._ Ihe ad4oplion1 of
text wooks lv Ih stite hoard of etdi
c1tionl says: "lecilled inleferece
shown folr South Carolina aiuithIrs es
pecially inl historical departments.'
Tiis hea.line witer must not have
reaT1 tle list. ThI'mplllsoni's U. S. his
lory is put on 11141 ( hapman's slate
hlistory is dropped :iiiil Dr. White's
Stories of the Stale shstituId.
While is not a South Cariniliiami and
has lived here for 'm nily about two 01
1lwiee years. Iargans propo-ed se
ries will we slippose he put ill as SOOn
as they are completed. There are
1nv two really hi'im1e aut hors who
,-I their hiks on-J. J. Da-rian and
1). 1). W11llace. Th'lomlpsonl ft courise
ia Soulth Cairilinian hut has not
li veil lierc in a raret many years.
Whliite is a Virginian as stated antd is
liere ini thle state t each i ng.
The list no doiibt is alruight buit it
will he reimembheed what a big hur
rah1 waIs imade abutl the chanli e soIme
Iiv ye are1 s ne.io. The chiianges
arie abouiit as numerous thiis vear. The
peoptlle will pay the hills oft course.
D)ispensary caiididates ask the peo
ple of Soiith Ciarolina to endorse
grafIt andii corru'iption1-Spar1 taniburJg
The Herald and News is against the
state dispensary aind has favored its
abuolition for several years but at the
same time we cani uinderstand how
people can be honestly in favor of
the system aiid do so wvithout asking
the people to endorse graft. And here
is another paragraph from the same
paper which dloes not help the causc
of Mr. Lyon. '"The Colnmbia Recori
continues its defense of grafters b3
opp)osing Lyoin foi the attorney gen
eralshipi. '' Surely our cotemporary
do(hes not mean by this to say tia
Yoiiiuans anad Ragsdale a re gra fter*s
onie wouihld dlo his duity as faithifull;
if elected as would Mr. Lyo\tu. WV
shiouldl give t hose avho do not agre
wvith, us oir those whomai we are no
suupplortinig for olice credit for lion
esty of motive aiid puipos
as we would expect themt
do the same for us. Thi
fellow whlo thinks everybody els
is dishonest andi a grafter needs him
self to have some safeguards throwv
aronid him. We like to believe tha
every one is actuated by honest pin
sincere motives and we always' d
until we have evidence to the .con
Girls would like bathing a groa
deal more of it wasn't wvet.
Lauck is a good enough thing t
trust to after you've done everythinj
else to invite success.-Kansas Cit
Preaching wouldn 't be much of
busine~ss if there were no wvedding
Too Much for Nanie.
"What is your njame?' asked v
clerk in the office of the count)
treasurer, where at citizen of the twor
had called to pay his taxes, says th
"R. W. Swackhamner," was th(
''What (10 this initials 'R. W.
''They stand for 'R. W.'-That's
all I never use anything but the ini
tials in signing my name.''
"But your parents didn't nameyor
'R. W.', did they?"
''Then why don't you use your ful)
''Because I am ashamed to.''
Ashtmed ? Were you named for
'No sir. I was named for a great
''I see," said the clerk, who may
have been somnetlingmlz o' a mind read
r. " You were iaied for Ralph
Wialdo Emersonl. "
"WCll, suppose I was.
The clerk grew indignant.
"The idea of your being ashamed
of that niaie!" l he exclaimed.
"[on't you know, sir. that Ralph
Waldo Emerson was one of the -great
est al best men this country ever
"Of course I know it. Didn't I
say he was a great man ? But if you
wvere in my place, how would you
like to have the people think, whenl
they heard somebody calling you
Ralph Waldo, 'Well, that's mighty
bi,-name for a little bald headed old
livery stal)le keeper with a pair of
eross eyes aid o wart on his nose
and Swackhammer for a last name!"
The Hlartford I)emoeratic club will
meet Saturl-dav .dun1e .11). 1906, at 9
at. Im. hw the I)IIpose ('eor'aizing.
(C. T1. P'aysintger,
nood eacher and a --ood priee for
a Io teachel to teach the Siyrna'.
sc 1114i. Term Ifr-oi six to eilt
moiths, b Oct. 15. Appli
eattion sent to file unlider-siiled by.
6th i of July at which time (%lection
will he held.
-J. 'S. Boozer,
G. P. Boozer.
Newberry, U. F. 1.). No. 1.
My re-entry into the race fot
by my being faced with the res
the fight which has been made
pensary in this State for the ' p
doned, or whether it should co
might have the opportunity of
tinue or be voted out this year
year, will change my business
to enlarge my business, and
opened up a nice stock down I
town with the view of reaching
city, but my absence from hor1
necessary for me to consolids
Win. F. Ewart manage all the
where we will continue to makl
Shoes, Hats and Men's Fur
best stock in the city, nearly
the kind you need if you want
to you. We have increased
Sspring and summer, and in
goods in my line in July ant
Ewart to sell our customers w
all the goods they need for the
Scash prices payable in Septer
- ment to them to pay cash for
months, we will allow thenm 5
of One Dollar and up to Ten
Dollars 10 per cent. discount
reach all of the best trade in I
Come and see us often. Tr
WF. Ewart, Manager. J.
The 'residence now
occupied by Mr. Chas.
J. Purcell. Also the
residence on the same
square occupied by Mr.
Frank R. Hunter. For
terms and prices ap
ply to Mr..W. F. Ewart
at my store.
The Paysinger store.
Possession given July
Ist. Terms $40.00 a
month payable month
ly at the end of each
A. C. JONES.
June 25, 1906.
dura ble ones
that are good
for several years
service at prices
you wont find
anywhere e l se
I have only a few
left and I dont care to
cary them over until
next season, Don't
miss this opportunity
if you are in need of a
Governdr, which was caused
ponsibility of deciding whether
so successfully against the dis
ast two years shokl~d be aban
-itinue. in order that the people
saying whether it should con
as we did in this county last
plans materially. I had intended
had, as my customers know,
own in addition to our store up
the trade in all sections of the
le in the campaign will- make it
te the two stores and let Mr.
business at our up-town store,
a it The Home of Good Clothing,
rishing Goods. We have the
til bought this season, and just
to be well dressed at a small cost
our business very much this
order to sell you more of the
1 August I have instructed Mr.
ho have been paying us promptly
mselves and family at our low
iber and October, and as induce
their purchases for the next two
per cent. on all cash purchases
Dollars, and on all bills Over Ten
for cash. Ir. this way we should
4ewberry county and save them
eli your neighbors about our store.
H. Clary. 0. E ren, Salesmen.
Every Lady 1
best pattern fc
forth in these r
MONTHLY STYLE E
Every One a Cre
. The Ladies
)f the condition of -The Commercial Bank, loc
close of business May 4th, 1906.
Ioans & Discounts .. .. $375,597 60 Capil
Deimand loans ........ 4,647 56 Undi
,)verdlrafts .......... 3,912 88 rer
Purniture & Fixtures .. . 3,051 93 P
Due from Banks & Bankers 44,774 80 Due
Currency .......... 8,759 00 Indii
,old.. ............ 2,400 00 to
Silver, nickles, pennies 954 64 Note
Cheeks & cash items .. 4,004 46
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
. COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Personally appeared before me J. Y. McFi
Bank, who swears that the above statementi
edge and belief.
Sworn to before me this 4th day of May, 19
Geo. S. Mower.
W. H. Hunt.
0. B. Mayer.
H. C. MOSELEY, President. W
M. A. CARLISLE, Vice-Pres. G
THE PEOPLE'S NA1
Paid upadirt, .
Protection to Depositors
DIRECTORS: Burglar Proo:
GEO. JOHNSONE. Poriar and p
JOS. H. HUNTER. We want ypu
R. L. LUTH ER. We invite inv
J. A.C. KILER, We do a cons
JOH N B. FELLERS. ciples.
W. P. PUGH.
G. ,W. BOW ERS. We receive<
J. P. BOWERS. $1.00 up, 4
H. C. MOSET.EY. - senpi-annua
FRANK R. HUNTEF9
We Link Co-Operative
Buyer and Sell.r OF
Any Lands, 1MNWI
Any Price= NEWBERRY,
When You '9
Buy, Sell or Exchari
Our contiection with the North
enables us to handle land any whel
FRANK R. HUN
ken For The
r her dress
3d Labor of
ation of Art.
ated at Newberry, S. C , at the
al Stock paid in .. $50,000 00
vided profits, less cur
t expenses & taxes
d .......... 43,335 75
o Banks & Bankers . 1,874 78
mlpaid dividends .. .. 675 00
idual deposits subject .
cheek .... .. .. ....252,217 34
and bills rediscounted
til, Cashier of the above -name
a correct to the best of his knowi
J. Y. McFA LL, Cashier.
FOHN C. GOGGANS, c. c. c. i.
.W. WHEELER, Cashier. '
~o. JoHNSTONE, Attorney.
(, S. C.
arvative business on business' prin
eposits in this department from
er cent interest allowed, payable
tG Improved Farm
p i Stock, and Bonde
s. c. - Bought and sold.
ige Real Estate
American Land Company