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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
Serry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Tuesday, Aur.ust 7. 1906.
The legislature of GeO.rgif, hr
passed tihe child labor bill. WI
ca't t we of South Carolina, who hav
so many cotton mills and other it
dlstries within our borders follow th
example of our sister state and thero
hy lend this assistance to the menta
physical and( moral welfare of th
children of our commonwealth.--Clit
Our esteemed cotemporary shoul
know that a child labor bill was past
ed at the session three years ago an
has been on the books for three yeai
already and under it no child unde
twelve years of age shall be permil
ted to work in the mills. It surel
eatimlot be that, the law is so ignore
by tie mills of Clinton that our ef
temttiI rary saw tie need of such a lv
It is ifrortuiate that the law is ni4
MIC, Fi<:illy enforced.
rite Oran-,elur- TI,iine,s and l)emI
eral editoriallly denlies that fihe "Chic
CO fan'' was in evidenee at lie nicet
in-- of the Press assuehiion. Wle1
tle editor of the I,anrensville lerall
offered his testimotiy of siiiilar pII
port, tile senatotr did What he couli
to discredit it. by sayin.r that the fai
Woulld nit have beent givenl to hinl,
'The editor if t(e Times and Deno
crat, ali honor1able and uprIIighIt man11
nIeed1 not deevive himself that Sena
tor Tillhnn will emnsider of valie an,
statimetil l his it in harmnty will
the Senalt's wishes. The fan1s wer
not seei by anybody at the Press as
soCiation, but deilals ot lite senll.11r11
stileineuts are useless.- News ;i(
The lirst :nti Ioily tan we saw wi
ile one Senator Tilhnian1 had inl hi
satchel as he eanie friom ilmairen
h'llee wetre o I fait" at (th press iet
iim and we Itld Senator Tillniali (I
samile Satitl-dav mnittinill.. after li
'hie fanls and Tillmnanl's andh Hey
ward's plictires hadii nothinl"g to d
with tle Plress assoviation any way.
When Candidate H. 11. Evans o
Newberry declares on the stui) tha
any one holdingp that there has bee
corruption in tle dispensary is a liai
lie raises a question of veracity be
t ween himilsell' ald a Few Score thoum
and1(is o' Sothi Carolillialls.-Th
This is nit exactly a 'air cr1eitivisn
as Mr. E'vanls did ntI-, say what is (ulot
ed indt] while it is very nearly what b
said a correct version makes quite I
difference in meaing. Mr. Evani
said-: " 'Anybotdy who goit up antd sai<
tat the slate dispensary is corrtup
through HI. H-. Evans is a liar and:
am here to make good. '' Then lie wen
on to say that hie had been contneetet
with the institution for six years an<
he had seen no corruption.
TO MEMBERS PRESS ASSO01A
I have a letter fromn Mr. HI. 1E. H-ar
man, Atlanta, Gieoiruiia, President (o
the Sotuthern rade Press Association
calling a meeting of the Southerr
Trade Press Association, to be heli
in (lie city of Atlanta ont Aiugust 17t1
The puirpose of (lie meeting is t<
take action against the increase il
the newspaper p)ostage rate and t
appoint delegates to the Nationa
Trade Press associat ion which meetsa
Niagara Falls next month, as wel
as other matters of importance.
President Harman is anxious tha
the publishers of the South generall;
shall join in this meeting, and re
quests mie as President of (lie Snot
Carolina Press Association to sen
three or more delegates from our At
sociation to this meetng in Atlanta
He states that every State Associatio
is expected to be present.
I would be pleased to have thi
name or names of any members
our Association who can or will ai
tend this meeting in Atlanta on tU
17th and 18th, and T wvill be mot
than lad to name them as delegat<
-and so inform President Harma
I.would be delight ed to go mysel
but it -will be impossible for me I
leave home at that time.
The following from the Atlant
Constitution of August 1st states mot
explicity the purpose of this meeting
'A call wilU be sent out toinorro'
by HI. E. Harmani, of Atlanta, for
meeting tf the Southern Trade Pres~
*Association to be held( in Atlat
August 17. and 18.
~ This meeting is called for the pum
pose of taking action on the propose
Increase i J)ostage on certain publ)
cations now mailed at what is known
as the second-class rate. Congress
recently appointed a postal coimis
. sion to take up the matter of increas
ing this rate, and many believe that
unless the papers of the country take
vifnrous stops to protect their inter
ests the rate of postage will be great
ly iieesied, accordin- to miany pub
y "'While this will be a meeting of
e the Trade Press ptllishiers of the
I- south, because it. will be called to
e gether under the official sanction of
that body, yet all other kind of news
, paper And periodical publishers inter
e ested have been invited to ?join in
this - meeting.
"It is already assured tbat official
d representation will be present from
- every newspaper organization in the
a south. No formal invitation will be
s sent out except this general announ
"It is asked that publishers who ex
y pect to attend this meeting notify Mr.
1 Harman at once. It is believed that
ainvwhere from three hundred to five
hundred pu blishers will he represented
t at this ineetiffln.
I-.,. A L ,President.
The price is cut <
room to carry go
Our loss, but You~
S33 1-3 Per Cent R
Come while you can get fitte
those beautiful Gray and Blue S
Our $10.00 Suits 33 1 -3c discour
t Our $12.60OSuits 33 1-3c discoui
Our $15.00 Suits 33 1-3c d
Our $18.00 Suits 33 1-3c di
-Our $20.00 Suits 33 1-3c di
Our $22.50 Suits 33 I-3c di
SAlso the same discount on all o<
eBig reduction on all Boys' and
0 Come to the Be
In the New McCl
The government report of the c
ton erop which came out on Satur<l
shows the crop condition to be 8:
out of a Pessible 100. ThEls is a lit
better than the ten year average
It will be observed, however, tj
tile increased Condition of the 'ci
this year (ver the tenl Year avert
is not in South Caroli:
Nort I Carolina or Georgia 1
in the states further iv(
he crops in this county taken ac
whole are below the average, we 1
lieve, more than the government
port indicates. In some sections I
cotton looks well but there is -j
much fruit and a dry and hot Augh
would cause much of-this to shed.
Something seems to be wrong
Cherokee. That county was the fi
to vote out tile dispensary, and c
friend, Ed DeCamp has been telli
its of the good times in Cherokee sir
prohibition became effective. At c
of their county campaign meetings i
crowd broke up in a row with soi
foi'y or fifty knives drawn; but f<
tuintely no one was hurt. Now I
report comlels that the mayor of Gi
ney an1d his policemienl hold regu
fisticulfs on the streets of Gaffney.
seep to move th
ods from one :
ir Gain; ROOM
eduction.Off on A
i in ne of Will goL1
uits. your opp
it for $6.65 -dies, Mei
itfor $8.35 All Mi
iscount for most you
-A big r
scount for One lot
scount for One lot (
One lot (
Children's Also a bi
i and you will E
ot- Sixth-Annual-Eastern Seashore Ez
ay cursion Via Seaboard Air Line.
3,9 On Wednesday, Augist. 15, the
te Seaboard Air ,Line will run it's,sixth
of Iann111ual excursion to Old Poiijt, Ocean
view and Virginia Beach, Va.,
tat Wrightsville Beach, N. C. and More
op head City, N. C. The. round-trip rate
tge from Cohtunbia to Virginia coast're
nIaI, sorts and Moreh6ad City will be $8.00,
mut to Wrightsville Beach $6.00.
Qt. Tickets on sals August 15, only and
a limited for return until August 31,
re- The Seaboard Air Line is the only
;he Best Way to these resorts; two trains
lot daily each direction; special through
.ist coaches and Pullman sleepers will be
provided for this excursion.
For further information write W.
in L. Burroughs, T. P. A., S. A. L. Ry.,
rst Columbia, S. C.
ng $8.00 for round trip from Columbia
ce to Old Point, Ocean View and Vir
,ne ginia Beach, Va. August 15, via Sea
he board Aid Line: The only line having
me two trains daily in each direction.
r- W. L. Burrou.gbs, T. P. A., Colum
lie bin, S. C.
ff- -_ _
[ar Is the experience you have required
worth what it cost?
hem. We have nout
season to another
is what WE Need.
11 Summer Clothing. y
pers and Oxfords$
' this sale at. actual cost. This is E
ortunity to get a bargain in good
We sell the best makes for Lav
t and Children.
islins and Lawns (colored) at al
r own price to clean up,
eduction on all Ribbons, Laces,
rires, White Goods, India Linens,
..awns, Umbrellas and Parasols.
Hats at half price, al
(75 doz) Men's Negligee Shirts
75c, for this sale 39c each.
50 doz) Men's Negligee Shirts
$1.00, for this sale 59c each.
50 doz) Men's Lion Brand Shirtsg
$1.00 and $1.25 kind for 7$c.o
g lot Men's and Boys' Negligee
to close at 25c. ft
Come quick and a
save Money. b
E, Newbera, Sa,C.
50 cts. Qualil
35 cts. Qualil
25 cts. Qualil
. . The Ladi
subscribe for th
,200 Bales of Col
0 0. McR. Holmes within the
)tton grow? On Newberry la
band for cotton goods and all
Lake a mistake by investing jt
id GOOD STOCKS. .
Let me ask you for your own
bringing you 7 or 8 per cent?
sted advantageously. I am
rhat is a good:investme.nt prop
due surely and quickly.
REAL ESTATE around NE
)n because the demand is con
)urself in position to profit by
easing these Real Estate vaht
~stments through an experie
eal Estate Agent. My experi
Below you will find some vali
at I have for sale:
Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, Lots neai
Nos. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 1
operty. These are very cons
ater main and sewer system.
Nos. 12, 13, 14 and 16 Lots
500, adjoiring the Lutheran C]
Nos. 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22,
ou cannot miss It by buying o
2,200, $2,100, $2,000 and $1
No 23 Two story brick build
xpress and Telegraph Co.'s of:
No. 24 Livery Stable, conve
No 25 Lot near Power Hou
No. 26 350 acres of land nei
No. 32 Wanted-20 Shares
No. 34 House and lot with g<
No. 35 House and lot on Col
No. 36 Lot adjoining No. 35
No. 38 House and lot near I
No. 39 Lot adjoining No. 38
No. 40 1 15 acres of land ne:
ad pasture land.
No. 41 2 acre lot with 5 roor
No. 42 Building lot in Brook
No. 44 F:>r Sale-.i15 shares
No. 51 75 acres land, about
r'owth timber, 4-room dwellini
utbuildings, near Bush River c
No. 52 5 acres of land adjoir
il lots in this 5.acres.
I also have other valuable pri
I want to call your special ati
elleve these are good bargains
If you wish to buy and sell ar
Cotton Mills come to see me.
Farm lands bought and sold.
'Phone No. 57.
Newberry S. C.
es, Printed Silk
ties at 29 cts.
:ies at 21 cts.
ties at 15 cts.
es' Store .O.e.
. Ladies' Home
:ton Were Shipped
past week. Where did the
ids. With such increased de
other products, you can hardly
diciously in REAL ESTATE
benefit if your money invested
IF NOT, then it IS NOT in
anxious to help you do this.
erty? One that increases in
WBERRY answers the descrip
stantly increasing. Now place
the conditions which are in
es. It pays to make your in
nced, reliable and successful
ance is yours for the asking.
.iable stocks and Real Estate
,Lots known as the Wheeler
eniently located, directly on the
prices $600, $500, $550 and
~iurch and Graded School.
Brick stores on Main street.
ne of these stores at $2,300,
Ing, occupied by Post Office,
niently located, plenty of room.
N1ewberry Cotton Mill Stock.
Lr Mountville with out houses
ri cottage at Mountville.
Newberry Land and Security
50 acres open, 12 acres 2nd
, 3-room tenant house,- good
iing J. A. Burton, some beauti
perty that owners do not wish
ention to Nos. 34 and 35, 1
y~ Stocks in any of our Banks
J. A. BURTON,
"The Man Between
The Buyer and Seller."