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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
.,.Untered.at the Postoffice at New
srry, S. C., as and class matter.
Triday, June 29, 1906.
TO RUN INDEPENDENT CAM
Senator Tillman has issued an ad
Wiress to his fellow citizens of South
Carolina, which is printed inl another
columi. le says that he will lnot join
the state campaign for the reason that
there is not time enough given to the
speakors. le also insists that. the
newspapers do not give sutficient re
ports of what is said and upon the
whole, he has abont reached the con
clusion that our present state cam
paign is a1 failure. le does Iot care
to adiit this, and in doing so, shifts
tle ilaimle to tle lewspapers.
With some thirty canldidates we
would be glad if Senator Tillma
wVould explain how each one, on he
in. givenl tle lime which he thinks is
Iecessary and in which opinion le is
coreet, to dfieluss issues, eoubl thlen
get these speeches all delivered he
tween sunll upl) and sull down. If each
('le would be -ivenl onlv thirtv milut
es, it woJhM take someit tenl or. twelve
houlrS, and wve art' sure that Senator.
TillmIani for himuself would like to have
at ltast one hour.
-Jf the lewspapers were to report
the speeches inl full each daIv. it would
he a rehash of what was said the day
As a maltter of fact. Seiator Till
man is correel. Our state campaigns
are failures so far as educatiing tle
people and so fa'r as gettiig the ex
pression of tihe sentiment of tle pet
l.le oni anly particular issue is conce'ern
ed. It might he verY well to have tle
vanldidates for tie United States sei
ale andi for _,vo . into vaml
.al1n hoi b cho.sel Ibv it primlaryi
tlecttionl. hiil Is for. Hlt ballnce of the
state 4 )licers, it woh141 bt miini 1it inoret
saifactor to h1- )IIa ve I heml nm inIIaIe d
v it stat on oivitl ioll of roplre'ita
ive citizlls fr-oi ealh eoliity.
. fer we leave the ofime ofe 41f gover" -
nor11, about nlinvty-n1inle ouit (if vveryV
"Ine hltdr-ed voters in the state (14 not
kinow who tile canididates for tile
other positions ar.e. and as a rule,
care very littie. an11d thertvfore, inl their
Selectionl, it is usually toss tilt as to
which one is chosen, and it matters
very little what view they mayv% holu
n411 the dispeIsary NI aiy other qules
tioin, for they have IIothing whatever
to td with I leislation or with shaping
IIhe policy of, thleadisttin
Seiiator Tilann says tiat hwil
address tile vote'rs of tle stIt at suleh
timue andti plaeo as he may he invited
durin lhe I mnth whi h11 has at his
disposal to givv t.1 slih Imlatteris amnd
We prsum111e will be plvase4l ito meet
('4l L4umipin anid dlividet timec with
hiim~. Nt 4donh1) lie wiill re'ceive. a inuiim
indeltenudenlt'icampaiuii will., ;t larg?e
extent, knock all the initertest ''nt of
fte one t hat is inow in progress, ie
already has appoint.menits tt speak1 in
Greenville andl at Ellonete ini Orang~e
IS IT SETTLED?
'lTe ItLurens Advertiiser has settfled
Itle whole buisiness. The eaindidates
should all take ntot ice. 1'Te only
thing of which t here seems fto be an.v
dtotbt is Ite race htet weten Ilasktell antd
Bloydl. But he(re is thle prediction and(
in many' respets'f it is inot far of the
When the pimaries are over it may
Ibe interestinig fto talk abtout the fol.
lowing prediction, based on a study
otf the facts:
Mir. Lumitpkint will receive about 20,- 1
000 votes against Senator Tillman.
Mr.l~ MatnF Ansel will lead in the
thi'st primtary* by at leaist 10,000 vo(tes
iiver his neares't oppontent andt. lhe
elected4 oiveriwhiehninitgly' in thle secomnd
nimiary. Foutr yearts nuo lie carried
his old judici al ci rcutit abn ost to a
man andt it. gave hinm abiouit 12,000
votes fto start with. lit' got mtightyv
few elsewhere. Ileyward and Tal
hert were known gzenerallyv and lie
was not. That race introduced him.
B Iarring accidents, lie is ias'good as
elected. People who want banigl-wvag
Son seats wiill take dlue not ice.
At presenit Mr. Cole. L. Blease is
leading for second place. If Seniator
Tillmnan joins in the campaign lie wvill
quietly undertake to put a stop to
this and throw his influence to Mr.
H. I. Manning-not that lie likes
M ~anning so, much ,but because lie
M:;Niitnks Tufanning wvould prove a
adtonger inan in the final heat. Mean
N~huile, If Mr. Blease cohtinues to de
st.pp'rength, Senator Tlillmnan will
~ et ( Ermniinterfering.
6 "4 'iv Jotnes' will be , lected
'~' eitt o o'g t be,
tor general. We can't predict the r
The race for railroad comniissioni
is Wharton against the field wit
We hope Col. Tribble will be. eleete
secretary of state.
~ We believe that J. Fraser Lyo
will sweep the-state for attorney get
eral, we believe in the people strong]
mnough to take for granted that the
will elect him overwhelmningly. H
deserves election more than any ma
that has run for any ofice in tli
state in 20 years.
In the cases of Tribble and Lyo
the judgment of the Advertiser ma
possi)ly be biased by its wishes-w
do not know. In the other cases, wV
wish some of outr "pridictions'' eleel
(d and soeic defeated. Of cour
this Laurens newspaper is for Whai
ton first, last and all the time.
Keep this and joke us about it whe
the votes are counted.
The Greenville News has been vei
Vrery,n1eh0 imprloved inl muechaniell
11p;earatie as well as inl its editorai
Iepartmenlt since it has changed own
rslip. miil is now in position to 1)
lassel as one of lie leading dail,
lewspa)ples of the state. Mr. 1.rm1
.4n1 a1S editotr and Mr. Wood as busi
eSS maer. are giving tile Piedmlonl
etion a real live aid up to dat
ewT.iaper. first class in all of its ap
Col. J. Wash Watts. of Liauren
lied at his home -in Mountville 01
Yelnesday morning. Col. Watts wa!
n his eiglty seventh year and hi:
leati was due prineipally to old age
To was a prominent citizen in hi
outity and took active interest it
verytling that went to develop es
wein1lly the agricultui'al interest it
is state. He was for many Vea:
>rominetlyth' ideitified with the agri
ultural fair' of' the state.
The eity v (.41111il Ias pureliased
OWn1 cliovak. 11etter putht lit money o1
he streets. Some ot' the sidewalk:
eed atteition. You walk over vou
h0es in slush when the sliLeltest r1ai1
Onte of, the ira carrier's sugI-eSte
it The Ilerald and News establisl
rural (arriers deplartimeit and tha
hey woul(d tuirnislh us with items o
itws from alng tIleir rouites. T1
lIerahl 1and News will he glad to d
Jhis and will appreviate items tf niew
ind of interest to tle people alot!
heir rouites aid will he pleased t<
Uindhle all such matters 4f interest
4love thfem int.
ilte n1inth :t nal fotih of, 711Jul
lielnit. and opeln air dance will 1)4 giiv
Il a Shelon piaenic par.k. Shelton. S
Ont WeIlnesly, .1 uly 4. Refresh
nentsi' will be served iy H1. S. Kini
aid ant 1d music will he fuii'ished'(l h:
t rine hand.
long (14tha burn d iistriet '? ThIm shiouhl
te dlone be(fore'( attnv hutildhing~ goes up.
A\ brea k in our ti oler' last M ittdam
xpla ins whyt~ th1 patper's w'er'e folder
ri thout beinig 'trimed.
Oni the af(Itrnoon of' Junie 15., wh,'ih
dir. Jlohn S. Harmon and( family' wer<
rat hered ont thle fr'ont porch of hih
'esidence tinar Prosper'ity, N'ewhe'rr.
ountty. S. C., it seems there catme
louble bolt of lightning at thte samnt
nstanmt. One bolt struciik thle chimnnea
f thte house tearinig it to pieces. A
lie same momntt a second1 bolt dle
eendedC4 through t he ceiling striikin~
~liss Site HIarmotn ott the head killiin
ntstantly' in thte midst of the assem
iled family. Other members of thi
amily' were sev'erely shocked bu
Miss Sue w'as the oldest daughite
If M1r. and( Mr's,.Johnt S. Hlarmuon, ami
'trndda0ui'hltet' of Mr' atnd Mr's,.Jame
P., This populilar' young lady had neat
ly reached heri sixteenth bir'thday, he
*ng 15 'years and 10 tmonthms of agt
Thie (let o(f t his sw'eet chriist ian iri
s not only an irreparable loss to he
whole family but especially to bec
lhurch, lier' Sunday School and mis
ionry ocity.Shehad beeni an at
memvber fo four or fiv
vears, She had been1 the regular oi
ganuist 5 years, and a leading worke
in the Sunday School and missionar
Naturally, it seems strange .sIt
shtould be taken away from her rel
tives that were so devoted to her, a
so early an age, and foxm the effleien
work she was dloing ,for Ghrist. Bu
we console outrselv'es kniowinlg that. lt
Lord does all things right; That, he
work on earth had been accomplishe
that the good Lord has taken her seat
to dwell with him tintlt~ tidestrt
tioli torn, wheni her body ,illbe '
ee&nid. Then, soul hnds,~v
evoi in the manslons ,eu h'b
pared for those that love and '
ir Him. Dear relatives and frieip
lovely Sue, let us imitate her exav'
Let us cherish the following
d written long ago by S. F Smith
being eminently descriptive of
a dead loved one:
y "Sister, thou wast mild and lovel
y Gentle as the summer breeze,
e Pleasant as the air of evening,
'1 When it floats among the trees
Peaceful be thy silent slumber,
Peaceful in the grave so low;
. Thou no more wilt join our numbei
e Thou no more 6ur song shalt 1Sr
Yet gain we hope to meet thee,
When the day of life is fled;
Then in heaven with joy to greet t!
Wheie no farewell tear is shed.
a From her affectionate uncle,
Travis, S. C.,.June 23, 1906.
4th of July Excursions
Via Seaboard Air Line Railway,
e The Seaboard Air Line Rail'
v will sell exeursion tickets account
- 4th of July on July 2nd, 3rd and
. good to return until July 8th in<
t sive at one and one-third fares (im
nun rate 50 cents) between all s1
- ions in the South i e. South of
Ohio and Potomac Rivers and IE
of the Aississippi Rivei. Full inl
mnation from Sealoird Air L
All persons who were members
the old Beth Eden Farmer's Allia
are requested to meet at Newbe
Saturday. July 14. 1906 at 10 o'cb
to distribute tlie money awarded t
alliaice in tle settlement of the
fairs ol, the state,exchange.
H-. H-. Folk. Trustee
Tune 20, 1906.
('ood teacher aid a -ool price
"agold eacher to teach the Smv
school. Term froim six to cil
lolt hs, he:ginning Oct. 15. Ap'
eations sent to the undersigned
6th of July at which time elect
will be held.
'J. S. Boozer,
G. P. Boozer.
Newberry, R. F. 1). No. 1.
My re-entry into the race
by my being faced with the
the fight which has been ma,
pensary in this State for the
doned, or whether it should,
might have the opportunity<
tinue or be voted out this ye
year, will change my busine:
to enlarge my business, a
opened up a nice stock dowi
town with the view of reachi
city, Dut my absence from h
necessary for me to consoll
Win. F. Ewart manage all ti
where we will continue to i
Shoes, Hats and Men's Fi
best stock in the city, nearly
the kind you need if you war
to you. We have increast
spring and summer, and
goods in my line In July a
E*art to sell our customers
- all the goods they need for t
cash prices payable in Septi
. ment to them to pay cash f<
r months, we will allow them
'of One Dollar and up to Te:
e Dollars 10 per cent, discoui
reach all of the best trade ir
Come and see us often.
'01 The residence noW
occupied by Mr'4 Chas
J. Purcell. Also the
residence on the same
* I Frank R. Hunter. For
terms and pric ap
ply to Mr. W. F. Ewart
at my store.
The Paysinger store.
Possession given July
Ist. Terms $40.00 a
e, month payable month
ly at the end of each
A. C. JONES.
June 25, 1906.
:stdura ble ones
ife that are g ood
service at prices
tyou wont find
, anywhere el se
f" i n Newberry.
I have only a few
left and I dont care to
cary them over until
next season. D o n't
Ma miss this opportunity
Oit f you are in need of a
6Mys Book store.
for Governor, which was caused
esponsibIlity of deciding whether
dr so successfully against the dis.
past two years should be aban
continue. in order that the people
>f saying whether it should con
ar as we did in this county last
ss plans materially. I had intended
nd had, as my customers know,
a towrn in addition to our store up
ng the trade in all sections of the
ome in the campaign will make it
date the two stores anal let Mr.
ie business at our up-town store,
rke it The Home of Good Clothing,
urnishing Goods. We have the
all bought this season, ansd just
it to b~e well dressed at a srnall cost
ad our business very much this
n order to sell you more of the
nd August I have instructed Mr.
who have been paying us promptly
hemselves and ' family at our low
en-iber and October, andl as induce
:r their purchases for the next two
5 per cent. on all cash: purchases
n Dolla, and on all bills over Tep
t bricsh. 1r this way we shQlfld
iNwberry county and sa'seth
best pattern i
forth in these
Every One a C
. 0 The Ladi4
Of the condition of The Commercial Bank
close of business May 4th; 1906.
Loans & Discounts .. $375,597 60 (
Deman'd loans ..... 4,647 56 1
Overdrafts.. .........3,912 88
Furniture & Fixtures .. 3,051 93
Due from Banks & Bankers 44,774 80
Currency.. ........ 8,759 00 1
Gold.... .. ... . .. .. 2,400 00
Silver, nickles, pennies .. 954 64 I
Checks & cash items .. .. 4,004 46
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Personally appeared before me J. Y. 11
Bank, who swears that the above statei
edge and belief.
Sworn to before me this 4th day of Mal
Geo. S. Mower.
W. H. Hunt.
0. B. Mayer.
H. C. MOSELEY, President.
M. A. CARLISLE, Vice-Pres.
THE PEOPLE'S N
Surplu and Profit.
'Protection to Depositc
D1RECTORA: .-Burglar F
M. A. CARLISLE. .Brga?
'GEO. JOHNSTONE. Polite ani
JOS. H. HUNTER. We want
R. L. LUTHER. We invite
J. A. C. KIBLER WeW.A dSLYo a c
.JOHN B. FELLERS. ciples.
W. P. PUGH.
G. W. BOWERS. 'We receis
S. P. BOWERS. $1.00 up
- H. 0. MOSEI.EiY. semi-an
*We are headquarters i
the ladles, misses and ci
for apythirng they need.
l&te8t goods at the lowe
caful atentlefivlen t
prefe s the
ied Labor of
reation of Art.
S Store . .
ME N T
located at Newberry, S. C, at the
iapital Stock paid in .. $50,000 00
hidivided profits, less cur
rent expenses & taxes
paid.. . ...... 43,33575
)ue to Banks & Bankers . 1,874 78
)ue unpaid dividends .. .. 675 00
ndividual deposits subject
to check .. .. .. .. .. 252,217 34
Totes and bills rediscounted
lcFall, Cashier of the above name
mnt is correct to the best of his knowl
,10. J. Y. McFALL, Cashier.
JOHN C. GOGGANS, c. c. c. P.
W. W. WHEELER, Cashier.
GEO. JOHNSTONE, Attorney,
A TIONAL BANK,
TY, S. C.
.., 25,000 90
rs . . $58,600 00
rnd Fire Insurance.
onservative business on business prin
e deposits in this department from
4 er cent interest allowed, payable
or these. We~ ask all
ilIdren to come .to n.a
We always have the
it prices. Promt &nr
o mall drders,