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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Friday, August, 3, 19006.
BRIDEGROOM SHOT TO DEATH
Both the Deceased and the Man wh(
Killed Him Worked in the Cotton
Mills at Bessemer City, N. 0.
lialeigh, N. C., August 2.-A spe
cial from Charlotte, N. C., to th
Evening Times says:
A telephone message from Bessem
er City states that W. M. Brown,
bridegroom of an h1our, was shot. al
killed by John M. Kincaid at the (e
pot. there We(nesday morning.
Brown was married at 8 o'clock t(
Miss Bet tic Per'y, a Bessemer Cit;
girl. They were escorted to the depo
by a num111belr of friends, amd intend
ed going tAo Danville, where the honey
moon wits to have been spent. A
soon as tie hridal party arive(l a
flhe (leit Kilneaid, whI, was wait in
ther., cailled BtrImwn aside 11111 walk
ed with him to ia nearby room. A moni
ent later five pistol shots ralng out.
t1111 11m' I' pvu1ple Itishet to file rool
and rounid iiwn deadi, witi Kineaii
si:ingbyi1 h 1 olditg a pistol. 1Deatb
was inst antaneluls. ils.inleaid gave him
self utip to the :tt1horities.
It is saidl that li4own was to havt
narnried Kiinellill's sister, whom, it it
alleged le betrayed somi montls ago
Both eniet worked in the cotton milh
there. Kitneitid has a wife iand thre<
Children. lis 'ther is t farmer and
ives nea r lessemter City. Browti's
peolle lives ait Cowpens, S. C.
OLD MAIDS IN FRANCE.
Discussion Regarding the Use of
"Madaine" and "Made
Several ot' the leadin.- Parisia
lewspapers are outipying, tOhemesivet
very much witi tle subject "1Madam-i
"It lis been suggested quite ser
iolsly,", states a Parisian correspolnd
ent, '"that women over 30 should b
'alled 'Madame,' whether they or
married or single. This is in strie
accordanet with the French idea tha
all women oiglt to be married lon:
before they reach the age of 30.
'It is not. at all likely that an;
real change will take place with re
gard to the mode of addressing til
softer sex. but the discussionl in tih
niewslapers has oplit'e ilp soie intei
estin.g and11i amuitising points. Otn
wvriter-a famous journalist and a
equally famous wit-points out tha
the yenars, not to mention muonthis
which go immtediat ely before and in
mediately after tile fatal 30. On
could nott very well say, 'Mademtoisell
--I think?7' or ' Madame-I ar
afraid 1' Politeness would demand;
univ'ersal 'Mademoiselle,' for wh'1
would dare to take for granted tha
any wVomantt, miar'ied or single, hai
reached the 'set tledown' age?
''Putt ing aside this tathler' absur<
discussion,. it is interest ing,"' add
(ourl corrlespondlert. "'to study th
' Madame of Mii::dlemoiseile ' quest io>
in ordinary life; all younig Frenel
'iomen over' the aize of 17 like to b
addressed s 'Madame,' and a grea
many Fre ,h women oft ' uncertaii
age '-mart edl womenu, he it uinder
stood-like to be addressed as ' Madec
moiselle ! ' French women inva riabl'
deny this last,. butt int a great many it
the smaller' shops- bread shops, mill
shtops, and so otn a married womna
sufficient ly well tin in years wiill ofte
find hterse'lfI addressedl as 'Mademioi
sello' as a specially' attractive an
''It is bty no meanis easy to kun
ini each ieudividual ease the right thin
to do. I know elderly', unmarrie
French ladies who wiould be furiou
if you called them 'Mademoiselle,
and I kniow~ others of the same ordle
wvho woulil take your name off thel
visiting list if you called them 'Mr
djame!I' Without doubt, ' Madame' i
on the whole safest, because 'ol
maids' are not the fashion in Pari
It is a strange land- so far as wvome
are concerned; the jeunle fille ha
comparatively, but little fun. T1)
vielle till is regarded as a thing a
together' superfluous. Is it, then, an
, wender that the married woma
S should be regarded as 'the only poi
sible ?* "
Nature would be ashamed to try
,mitate some brands of art.
When an optimist gdts the worst c
*' t lie makes the best of it.
V Wha a lot of stitches men dro
S' iheni they attempts .to mend thei
Farmers' Union Bureau
-Conducted by the
South Carolina Farmers' Edue
tional and Co-Operation Union
$&-Communications intended for t
department should be addressed to J.
Stribling, Pendleton, R. C.
Farming as a Profession.
Probably0 no ianl in tle coultry
So well qualified to discuss authI1ori
tively the itt titude of young invii tot
toward farming ais a iprofession as
H. Uailey, director of Cornell Univ
. sity Agricultural College. Profes
B Bailey's presentation on the J
Century of the reasons many inte
. gent men urge against farming al
life work has excited wide discussi
In the August Century he will g
the reasons which are leading yol
Americans today to follow farmi
He has summarized for this seet
article the replies sent him by six
eight, city-bred or town-bred stude
. of Cernell University who intend
. piursue farins.g-farmig conside
ill its broad sense-as a busines. 'I
replies conlsidered by Professor Bii
inl tle fortlcoiing artievle are ima
ed, he nys, by thle prominelnce gi1
to ideals and by (lie subordination
mere personal emoliment and des
for lolley. ''his authoritative pres
tation of facts, especially ill connll
tioin With Professor Bailey's dise
Mon of ''Why Do the 1BOys Leave 1
.F4ram,''1 (anlillot fail to be of gr
suiggestive interest and Value.
Random Farm Notes.
Whenever Water stands on any p
tion of the fitrmi it any season of I
year it. indicites that draining is n
essary and that 1uch0 of the land e<
li.-hols to it is wet and ( ()(ld.
It doesn't pay to do the chores
tetr daik in (lie spring and sumnm
The cloIPs aire Just a, iiportanlt a1
profitable aIs anly othier. framll wt
and slioul Ie donle in th1e d1ayligl
Tle etrowi will nevel. -vow Iilli I
an1iu11ret 11la1t. stays inl the harn lot.
Th1ero is no reason wily the rarni
should lo[11 drive just as .4rooA a te
as tihe nma1n in h le lcit.y. IIe must hit
lorses, why not have good ones?
costs no more to keep a good te
tItan a pol onle.
'T'lere are a great miany farminers f
fields that. can niever be cultivated
a profit. These, if planted with I
t est trees, such as erestnut(s, oaks, pi
anld larehes, will. prodlice a1 gr1o1
of timber wlhich Will be a ourcc
p) rofri t.
Wood ashes make a good fert
zer when pit uiponl the land bef
they become bleaelhed. One ton
ashes cottainl 100 pounds of poti
-10 pouIlds ot' pliosplioric acid and i
punIds ot linme.
Yol Ilay 1,111 a ion of coal th11rol
lie fire box of ain engine and1( not ri
a pound oif steam ; also you tmay :
sever'al tonis of feed thr'ough y
stock and get any r'esult. Anot
mant may give half the amount
feed and1( realize twice as much.
One way to get good r'oadls ii
Scomimunity is for' each man to take
t interest inl tihe roads passing his fa
instead of feeling that the state
counity wor'k is a legitimate opport
I ity or shirking.
1 prinipal that tile mfore scrubilby tI:
1 stock is the morec they' must have, 'T
3 remtlind(s us of the little bov' who
buying 'knives at 10 cents a sell
1 them at 6 cents. He said he wo
- hav'e to sell a lot of knives inor
- to malike any~ money out of it.
It is a law of phiysics that two b
ies cannot occupy) the same p)lae
Sthel sam time adyou fellows
wil tr toraise a big crop of we
and a bumper crop of cor'n in one fi
-at the same time are going to I
that law of physics has not been
The most valuable by-product
the dairy is (lie manure, and the pl
for' the manure is on the fields, by
,agency ot a good spreader. Ev
dollar''s wor'th of manur'e is a do
of the farmer's capital. It can't e
-anything unless it be inv'ested in
The best farmer I ever knew was
ways busy, always htad something
a sell, always knew what the right p
was and always stood out for I
[- Have you named your' fram y
y Adopt an appropriate name and si
n to it. Mountain 'View Far'm son
- much better' than Old Sam Jor
pla1ce, and it 's better business, too,
Why buy a cat ina sa
S-at our exhibit next we
we will show you a Maj
p tic Ili actual operatic
rNewberry Hardware Cp,
For the Legislature.
Arthur Kibler is hereby announce
as a candidate for the legislature an
his pledged to ibide the rules of the Den
C. oeratic party.
I ai a eandidate for the House c
Repreoentatives from Newberry coi
is ty and will abide (he riules of t:
ta- Denocratic party.
lay 0. Burder Boozer.
I anm at candidate for the House
r Representatives subject to the rub
of the Democratic party.
lly Elbert H. Aull.
5 a I hereby announce myself as.
oi, candidate for re-election as a men
ive ber of the House of Representativo
ing Subject to the Democratic Primar
ng. F. W. Higgins.
mnd John M. Taylor is hereby announ,
ty- ed as a candidate for the House <
n ts Representatives from Newberi
to County and will abide the rules <
red the Democratic party.
lle I am a einididate for the House
rk Representat ives subject. to the rub
'en of dic Democratic panrty.
of Tlos. J. Harmon.
Mc- For County Superintendent Educatio
Is.. I hereby announce myself a cand
h1e date for re-election for the offiee c
at county superintendent of eduentic
subject to the democratic primary.
J. S. Wheeler.
he For Magistrate.
0(- I hereby announee myself as a cal
m- didate for Magistrate f'or Nos. 1 an
8 townships and agree to abide by t1i
f results ot the demlocitic primary.
er. lucius M. Player.
I hereby anntonitee myself a cand
1 date for Magistrate for Nos. land
subjeel to the rules of the democrat!
let Cannon G. Blease.
er Jesse L. Burns is hereby noninate
unIli as it eaididate for mngistrate f<
ve townshiijs Nos. I and S, and is pledge
It to abide the result of the Democrat:
I hereby announced myself as
nd candidate for the olice of magistra
at of No. 3 township, Newberry count
11- and will abide the rules of the (er
u ocratic party. John Henderson.
of .1 11111 a candidate fo. 1Magistra
for No. 7 township and will ahit
ili- the rules of democratic party.
[re B. H1. Amick.
ot, 1 hereby anniounce myself as a ci
30 didate for ina-ist-rate for No. 7 towi
ship sutbject to the rules of the Demi
1.h Jl.duo. W. Rop.
run I hereby announce myself as a cni
rur didate for re-election for the offi<
her of' magistrate of No. 9 Township an
of will abide the rutles of the Democrat:
a B. B. Hair.
O t I hereby announce myself for Mat
'n wt rate Jim No. 9 townsh" il)uject
the rule3 of thIe D)emo".'e prmr
S. L. Fedlers.
I hereby announced myself as
the candidate for magistrate for No. 1
Leir townshtip and will abide the rules c
his the demucratic party.
r'as J. C. Wilson.
ald I anu a candidate for reelection fc
der Imairistr-neo for number 10 townshi
and will abide the rules of the demt
od- cratic ytrty. P. B. Ellisor.
at I hereby announce myself a cand
rlho daite for. magistrate in No. 11 towr
eds Iship and pledge to abide the rutles c
eld thIe D)emocrat ic party.
ind J. H. Maybin.
I herehy aninonnee myself a cand
date for mawistrate for No. IH towr
shiip itnd will abide the rttles of thi
ace Democratic party.
Ct17 W. L. Kibler.
lIar I am a candidate for Magistral
arn for No. 11 Township and will abid
tihe by the rules of thte Democratic part
W. F. Suber.
rice For County Auditor,
Ia hereby annottnce myself a cand
date for auditor of Newberry Count,
et? subljcCt to the, rules of the Democrat,
R. C. Cotuts is hereby nominate
for the oficee of Auditor for Newbei
ok 3.3 county, sutbject to the rules of th~
ek detnoe ratie pi-mary
WS- W. Cr'omer is hereby announce
as a catdidate for re-election as Ar
*ditor for Newberry county and wil
abide renl of do-o.a:i p.iary
Jno. L. Epps is hereby annuinie
for county Treasurer to succeed hi
self. Subject to the Democratic 1
d For Probate Judge.
Jno. C. Wilson is hereby announc
as a candidate for re-election to I
T otfice of probate judge. Subject
i- the democratic primary.
I hereby announce myself a can
date for Supervisor for Nowbei
, county. Subject to the Democri
primary. Jack B. Smith
J. Monroe Wicker is hereby i
nounced as a candidate for re-elect
a for the office of county supervisor, v
I will abide the rules of the democra
I hereby announce myself a can
date for Supervisor for Newbe:
county. Subject to the Democro
if primary. J. Chesley Dominiek
y L. I. Feagle is hereby announ
f as a candidate for the office
County Supervisor and will abide
result of tile democratic party.
I am a candidate for the ofiee
Sub-Supervisor from Newberry coi
ty and will abide the result of
nl democratic primary,
i. Thos. J. Wilson
f L. C. Livinigston is hereby annon
n ed as a candidate for sub-supervi
and will abide the rules of the dei
W. H. Wendt is hereby announ<
as a candidate for sub-supervisor a
will abide the rules of the denocra
d We hereby nominate our eomra
Osborne Wells, for reelection to I
olice of Sub-Supervisor and pleic
him to abide the result of the Den
cratic primiary. No better soldier i
er served in the Cenfederate army
J. 1. Cannon is hereby annoi
eed for re-election as sub-supervi:
a1nd is pledged to abide the result
the democratic primary.
For Sub Supervisor.
Ir hereby announce myself as a e:
Sdiliate '.r sub supervisor and V
c abide hv tlie rule.s of deuocra
party. O. Y. Diekert
ECven a cheap man may be dear
e We wilt give a first-class cue
le J. P. Wicker's grove, about. 10 mi
from Newberry, Aug-ust 18. IT
Wyatt Aiken has beei invited r
all other candidates are requested
attend. Sp)ecial, .a ngemililents v1
be m(le for the ladies and childi
Comae one ! Coie :'1l and (.1jn.ioy a ple
ant day and a good dim r.
.J. A.. Graham.
ii. M. Wicker.
d TEACHER WANTED.
C At Be thel school, Pomaria, for te
of six or seven months, at a salary
thirty dollars per month. The p)atr<
are requested to meet at Pomaria
~- August 9 at 4 o 'clock p. m.
o Jno. C.'Aull,
JIas. P'. Setzler.
a BARBECUE AT JOLLY STREE
0 1 will furnish a first class barbe,
at Jolly Street on campaign d
August 15, and1 will providle good m
ic and a place for the young p)eople
enjoy themselves after the speaki
r J. W. Richardson
BARBECUE AT FORK.
. The undersigned will furnish a (1
c lass ba rbeene at Fork on campa
.(day, August 16th, and will prov'
Sgood music and a place for the y'oi
people to enjoy themselves.
.H. F. Counts,
BARBECUE AT SEEKWELL.
e We will give a barbecue at Se
well Baptist churcb on Friday Aug
17. Music and dancing and basci
e and a good dinner.
e T. S. Titus,
J. M. Means.
A Barbecue for Ladies and Gentlemi
We will give a nice barbecue
August 10th at Utopia, the pl
where the ladies turn out. Spet
price and attention to the women
C Messrs Bla~r and Blair will do1
Walter I. Herbert
There will .be0 a first class barbe<
at Whitmire-'eampaign day, Aug
2nd. Whitmire, N ewberry and Rul
ierford gun clubs will shoot. in the
- ternoon. Good time guaranteed
di- . SAL
tic Mulls, Shadow I
bre Stripes, I
50 cts. Qualitie.
35 cts. Qualitie!
25 cts. Qualitie
'tic GIiSN J
j . . . The Ladies
YI Subscribe for the
i 1,200 Bales of Cottor
Direct to E
by 0. McR. Holmes within the po
to cotton grow? On Newberry lands.
mand for cotton goods and all othe
make a mistake by investing judici<
at and GOOD STOCKS.
Ies Let me ask you for your own ben(
i)n. is bringing you 7 or 8 per cent? IF
ad vested advantageously. I am anxi
What is a good investment property
value surely and quickly.
REAL ESTATE aiound NEWBI
tion because the demand is constan
yourself in position to profit by the
creasing these Real Estate values.
vestments through an experiencei
rmReal Estate Agent. My experience
etBelow you will find some valuabl4
>ns that I have for sale:
on Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, Lots near my
Nos. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11, La
property. These are very convenie
water main and sewer system.
r Nos. 12, 13, 14 and 16 Lots, pri<
de $600, adjoiring the Lutheran Churc
ay Nos. 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22, Bri
us- You cannot miss it by buying one o
to $2,200, $2,100, $2,000 and $1,900
"g- No 23 Two story brick building,
Express and Telegraph Co.'s oi7ice.
No. 24 Livery Stable, conveolen
rt No. 25 Lot near Power Hou..e.
a No. 26 350 acres of land near %~
aoe No. 32 Wanted-20 Shares New
mng No. 34 House and lot with good
No. 35 House and lot on College
No. 36 Lot adjoining No. 35.
No. 38 House and lot near Bapt
No. 39 Lot adjoining No. 38.
r'k- No. 40 1 15 acres of land near IV~
ust atmd pasture land.
au No. 4 1 2 acre lot with 5 room cc
No. 4? Building lot in Brookland
No. 44 For Sale- 15 shares Ne
en. No. 51 75 acres land, about 60 e
ongrowth timber, 4-room dwelling, 3
ece outbuildings, near Eush River chur,
ia! No. 52 5 acres of land adjoining
nid ful lots in this 5 acres.
e I also have other valuable properl
I want to call your special attenti
believe these are good bargains.
If you wish to buy and sell any S
"* or Cotton Mills come o see me.
~; Farm lands bou'i and sold.
to 'Phone No. 57. "1j
Newberry. S. C. The
3 at 29 cts.
3 at 21 cts.
3 at 15 cts.
'Store . . .
1 Were Shipped
3t week. Where did the
With such increased de
products, you can hardly
usly in REAL ESTATE
,fit if your money invested
NOT, then it'6S NOT in
ous to help you do this.
? One that increases in
IRRY answers the descrip
tly increasing. Now place
conditions which are in
It pays to make your in
!, reliable and successful
is yours for the asking.
i stocks and Real Estate
ts known as the Wheeler
ntly located, directly on the
:es $600, $500, $550 and
b and Graded School.
::k stores on Main street.
f these stores at $2,300,
occupied by Post Office,
tly located, plenty of room.
berry Cotton Mill Stock.
ountville with out houses
ttage at Mountville.
wberry Land and Security
Lcres open, 12 acres 2nd
-room tenant hduse, good
J. A. Burton, some beauti
y that owners do not wish
:n to Nos. 34 and 35, 1
tocks in any of our Banks
ie Man Between
Buyer and Selle."