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I. f. AULLp EDITM
Entered at the Postoffice at New
Oerry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Friday, August M, 1906.
DR. R. 0. CARLISLE.
In the death of Dr. H. C. Carile
Newberry county oe*s a valued citiz
e. lie servedi iij the Confederate
army as surgeon. and when the war
was over he served South Carolina
and Newberrv county as valiantly in
peaceas he had '-erve- jn the field
ef battle. lie had the respect and es
teem of all who knew him. In the
practie of hi, pirofe.son he en
deared himself te those with whom
be came in contact. and in his businecs
relations (-ther than the practiee of
his profes-ioni he P.o eAnducted him
i:lf that he was reared by those with
whom he dealt a, a man who st"(.d
four swiuare to all the wind that blew.
By tho.e w hO knew him best his
death is mo,t deeply mourned.
The Aider.-e Intelli,enir. which
f,r many vi-ar? hab-en e of the
b'~est w kly e Palor in th - -tate. now
appear- a- tio S"-ri-we-ekly Intelli
gecr. and Ih<- biuj!I -tanidarld w0jih
the paper reaf-hei a- a we-kly is bei:e
V.ri taint. : a ; -ek v.
NEWS FROM PROSPERITY.
Synopsis of Thoughtful Sermon by
Rev. Mr. Kreps--Personal
P'reseritv. .\u1!uit 23.- I an2 r e
guesteud t. a.:.un-e that th"ro- will
br- e.erv'ie- n. ''..b e-bur'ho -h ''n n'-st
S-iunday b.y H<. .. .. Si2b.
itr % . l\. .11.
A.ILi. and1. ei-. .\.'< Wi - h-ft. Tue'a
day for G n(;],-!. SPrin!!. at wii-h par
31 rs. .J . J'. Hr ne !e ha - re-turr ed
I !ecjf j iw-r vi-it tio N ur h ('aroina .and
Air. Browne fr,n Woinn Springs.
Mjpi. Eri-n, Kohnit will vi-it St vi
1fr. A. N. (ro-.n h- returne.l
from11 his vaeatien spJnt with relatives
Miss Mari- fleagin has retuned
from her trip to Walballa and the up
Afr. )avid lJ)lbbine.. if upper New
b)erry. is vi-it ing Sifr. lt. J4. Selmpei,rt
Ai rs. EC. iabhani saad]e ihildren-l wer<
visiting in toWn toy) 'iday. t.h
guests of .irs. A. if. Kohn.
Mise ToV ald 'Nfarie Lathan are
visiting Sis A. (. Wi':e.
Mirs. .J. S. Wheeler, who has beeni in
Hiendersonville for some weeks, will
returun this we-ek.
Mr. .J. Ii. Qua ttlebha um has g.onle
on a visit to his moethe'r at Statesboero,
(Ga., and will biring Master Hcniry'
and lit tle 31iss Susie bacek with him.
M-rs. Krep'J5, whoae has benc.I <puite
sick, wvill leav(e sooni for lher native
heine inl thle irlotalitais oif Virginia,
where she hoep~es o sooni r.egain lherm
wtAed(t haealthI. et r be.-t we.jiews i.go
Thei Rev. 31. 0. .1. Krceps was g're-et
edl withI a fuil Ih<m'eee onm Sundclay nurn
ing'. IIce too'k for his te'xt .Jonahi 1:3:'
"Buit .JonahtI roesep 1tee llee unto Ta ~ir
slish from thle pr~eec of thIe Lord],
and1( wen't downvg toe Joppal. ''The Ic,
Ilwing poeinits were broeught ut:
.Jonah, t he proete 1, fled4 fromi hiis (ieed
givenc post eof d uty. ThIe~ priophet was
combmandched toe go toe N inceveh. IHe was
toi go t here and tauke his posit ioni aned
thereu remin until bidden to leave.
But hce turn red and fled] from it. The
Lo)rd heai y iven .to all of us positions
of dIuty and~ froim them not1 a few have
fled. All men are called into the
church teo bJecei part oIf the chcurch.
- TIds is thle poesition e,f du cty to whcich
all ar~'ecallede, bumt unoauy hazve t urnedl
fom thie chunrchI. A\ fter mseni ('clme
inuto the churchel lieyv have. certaini peo
sitin coficee*e duty as ign,edl thlemu. Soel
arie (enlIled teo thle putlpit. Miiny coni
SeeraIltedI yomung maenr for thle gospeel
m iinistry are": neeed ini thle chuiereh ito
day. Maniy called tee thle putlpit have
dloubltless turned fromr it anmd fledc.
Many pare t re perhaps to belame
for t.his. They shouild direct the
bhoughts of their sonls to this God
given work. The many vacancies that
are occurring annually cannot be fill
ed without making other vacancies.
~ The millions dying every year without
be~h~ gospel at. least suggest the thought
S4hat many young men have turned.
dfled from their posts.
SOthers have turnted from other
o minent positions and stations in
c~b.humrch, such as eldership, dicon
~ ,Sunday School superintendent,
~her, inember mnission,ar~y seeiety or(
omeiing else. All are called to take
their stand for the right against n
wrong. rigbteousness against eviL All d
C'bristians must be against all *in and a
evil. It seems to me, therefore, that
they must be against the whirkey traf- I
Be, whether it be by the old bar room I
r>r dispensary. Some say the pulpit
Fhould leave the question of the dis-;
persary out of the pulpit with the'f
pIt-liticianm. It is a rmoral qUeStit.,'!)
and as such the pulpit should deal
with it. The greatest and best teach
er! (.f morals are in the pulpit. The
whiskey traffic. whether it is that (of
an individual or a state. is a great
evil and certainly the pulpit and i
rhureb must have --omething to do
w.ith all evil. This is an evil. so ae
knowledged by both the eburch and
rle werld. Every Christian 's duty
must ever be aainst it.
The prophet turned and fled. not
only from his pjost. but also frtnm his
Gd-;iven work. His ist was Nine
-veh. his work was t. preach against
or warn the wicked inhabitants. lie
led f rirn his work. Many have c"Ie t
int, the Ohurcb and that has beet, all (
Af it. They have taken their posiii,nj i
li( '+ 1b1reb. it have db.ne nj wo.rk.
Thov ti rnedI fn 'it. S * - evei have i
ruiterel the ministry but do not do the
w.rk: *f their calli!.e. It i- ls..t su<-b2
x 4-a-y mait ter' t', 1.-. a hreae(r as
v>rne people irma,i1e. Lot so ea-y I#o
'-v t 1, -reprov- an~d rebuke''
x, e a- j arais.. !.-s !- *- ea-y to . it
a brother of the church who is not
!-l:: r t. w o i li i in . aid
teNl him about it ard tenderly a
ltovinga.ly~ ur'e hium t'. -top, niot .,4a ea-y
t1 'do wel I the lull work .f any posi
tion 'f th1ie Ihureh. It is not an
"a-y thini t b a ::eod. faithful. eol
-tart. pu-tnieal Siunday Sebo,,1 tea-h
''r r an -arne-t and t h d usiaic
w Prker. S, many to-lay y-eupy the
'i11(' t d ri te work. 1 any
Ni"rI rn the w- ;rk. 'alie
'4<: mol : n-e--arv i.nri'- t' put 3t
the illiquit'llus div-pensarv. but have I
dJ-Yt wt1iw, and are .loin_- nothingI
twardl driviti:: it frri tlhf, -tate. The
p Stii -1 dItY a1nld work of the
('bri-tian require him to do all in his
powe'r. a"'rding t, that which is
ri:ht andl reasonable. to prohibit this
,inftiul traflie that disgraces our grand
old stati. But sore who want it say.
"prdhibitin does .jilt prhilibit."
Absolutely. n. No prohibitory law
doe- this. The law prohibits steal
ing. but some men steal. The law
prohibits bigamy. but some men try
to have a plurality of wives. But how
rimeh better tle morals along this one
line where there is no dispensary, any
trui nbiase(d mind can see. The dif
Iwrrec hire withI) no dispelsary fri-41om
the timr when ymu had a dhispeIsarj'V
is as grvat as tihe day is frorn tihe
night. Let every Christian man do
thle work which his posit ion imlpos'es
and Ihere will be no dispensary. If
"blind t iger's"' exist, those who run
hem2 assiumei thle responsibi lity. If
dlispenisa ry exists. thle voters assume
it. Bt if every (Chii 2 a rna does
his dluty, there will be but few ''blind
The proe1)IEt sawt~ thle grea tniess of
the errori of1 his flight. All went well
forl a timoe. When the propEIhet was 1
set 44n shiip)boar d, andi uinder sail f'or .
Tiarshish, lhe thloughit himself safe
enioutghI, but leeie t4li'wals 1 pursued,
4 ve'rta2keni,.1 discovered, puniiishied, be
con11e hule ran i fi'rm hiis post2 andl work.
We mzay' live in ease today, nleglec t our
Ipoest. refuItse to do ourt I'work but thle
day of ret ribtiont will come. How
foo*lish, some mnen arte and how foolish 1
even3 good miern sornet imes may be!
I low tfoohish was .Jonah 's Ilight ! It
is given uts here not to follow but toi
aivoid. There is only one whomr we
e'en follow)t in safety. If' we tollow the
exaimplle of the pierfect mian, Christ
.Jesus, we may rest assured that we'
will alwvays he true to our' post andI1
fanithf'ul to our work.
Masters Stanley andi Ilalph Baker,.]
oft (Grieenwonod, are v'isitinig (Orandpa1
Miss I el Ic lunter ha'lus r'etut'red
fre'tm C hick Sptinigs..
will ive at ientie( ini the W3rove att thre
chureb'l otn Itridayv. August 31.
Mr's. Ji. P'. Wicketr and datughiter',
Miiss Matry, have beeni onl a visit to
(Gary's, the gruest of Mrs. J1. A. Fel
Miss Kate Thompson is visiting
Miss Novice Brown.
Miss Istoline Wyche is visiting in
Newberry, the guest .of the ' Misses
Mrs. t. L. Wise and children will
visit Mrs. E. C. Ridgell at Batesburg,
Misses Mary Willis anid Willie Mae f,
Wise are visiting in Little Mountain. o:
Mr. J. L. Wise will go to Savannah, is
Ia.. on Ratn. 1a*
aaa ---j-- .m
Master Hamilton Cutts, of- Savan
ab. Ga-, will retun to his home Tues
ay. after a pleasant visit to Walter
nJ Roberl Wise.
Misses Mattie Pearl McCraeken?
ud Lulie Hunt attended the at hoee
"6day given by Miss Erin Kohn.
Misses Jessie and Annie Moseley
und Marie Schumpert have returned
rom a visit to their uncle. Mr. J. E.
-hum.eri. at Vidalia. Ga.
Mrs. 1). W. Boland and daughter.
luth. will leave today for Atlanta to
isit Miss Boland's parents.
Mis.s Marie Whitaker has been
lected teacher of music in the Ep
rorth orjhaiage school at Columbia.
Wightman Snday School supports
ne orphan in Eptworth orphanage.
Mrs. D. W. T. Kibler. has gone on a
isit tte relatives in Newberrv.
Mrs. W. A. Kinard. of Sumter has
%one Io Newberry for a couple weeks
tay. before returning to Sumter.
Mis- Lilla Kibler has gone on a,
i'it tee Mnruoe. N. C.. and from there
be will go to Greenbtono to attend
he teachers' conference of the
;re,ensboro seh<-I. where -he will
31rs. S. .J. K-4hn1 and children have
eeni Viitin:: Mrs. Kohn 's brother Mr.
o. W. Fuhner. the past week.
Afis Lillie -%ae Russell is expected
(.0me fr. l1ifen,derst-nville Friday.
The Sut hern i, extending the sid
nl h!I-o aIrl will p1ut in 1000 feet ad
iti-ijal. Ti- was badly neeled here.
ir.G. Y'. Hunter1 hla:. bepln visit
M!r. Arthiur -.:h ha, been in a
I-it t- OraIebur:.
'I in I)ella Hwers. after a round of
oleasme in Newberry and Laurens.
dbere !.he attemhled several house
Parties. ietirted hine Wednesday.
-Nirs. lieltln Luther and children
of (4lirmbia. are visit?in, Dr. and Mrs.
3Jjl-s albel and ,1Lilliaun l3reewne.
Alee.ar-4 vis-iitn their un1cle.
4 .W . P1. I'. Ilanlo1.
l-r. jF.n wt I(iji-,n . whv 11, -st h iis
hauled thern I- the mill. and mn
1rid1ay I- had the framue upi for a
ww -n jhi . Tii! is what w<- cail huiist
Dr. W. C. Briwn aind faimily. of the
aldell seetimn. were -in a visit to
4r. J. S. Thompson tle past week.
In talkin- with a member of the
>(4arid fit rustees fit St. Luke's school.
je infiorms votir ciorrespondent that
bey are desirIs o)f securing a
-ipal for their school for the next
;ession. Salary paid, $40 per month.
t. 0. Moore. ebairiman. Hoard will an
i an informiied by Mr. O;iinellv. of
lie Faiview section. that corn erops
tl*e Cood. tin ordinary tobad. Cot
(oil is deterimratin rapidly on ae
ount of excessive rain.
Unsafe to Write at Night.
From 8 to 10 p. m. the tall girl
vrote letters. The next morning im
aediately after b)reakfast she announ
ed t hat her time up to 12 (i'clock
roul d be dlevot ed to correspondence.
'Surely youi are not going to write
nore letters,'' said the top floor
You wrote a dozen Iast night. "I
now I did,'' was the reply, but I
im not groing to mail them. I never~
nail a let ter that I write at ntight. It
sn 't siafe. I say too many idliitic
hinigs. In only write them as a kind
if safety valve. There are certain
hiniis that I must say to relieve my
ninid. A fter I get those thoughts put
lown on paper I feel better but you
ould not hire me to mail the letters.
"I usedl to hut that wvas before they
tot mue into so much troublle. WVe let
mur emotions run away with us when
vritinig at night. We get entirely too
'onfidential. Under a shaded gas jet
ve tell things that wild horses could
i'L drag from us by the light of day.
(ext mo)rning~ we realize what geese
ve have made of ourselves, but if the
etter have been mailed it is too late to
it. dlown and wvait for the avalanche.
"'I still write letters at niight, but
mly as a relief. This morni nt I shall
crite0 to thle samie persons I wrote to
ast iih t buit thle lett ers will not he
von first cousinus to those emilotion ai
pistle's. These will be safe and sane
TIJI t'ii floor 'irml looked uneasv.
''I wrote a letter myself last night''
''Bett'er read it,'' the tall girl ad
'ised. ''You'll be sure not to send
t if you do.'
The top floor girl opened the en
elope and perused her letter slowly.
"'I think," she sais1, "that I will
o upatairs and write another."
BAEBEOUE IN NO. 2.
W. P. Harris and Co. will furnish a
rst-clas,s barbeeue in No. 2 township
1September 10. "A first-class cue
guaranteed. The- gun clubs of the
Df the citim of he Newbey Sav
iqvs aa, Wzidanewbem, & C.,
at the close of busipmn August IL
6..ans and discounts., ..$2X6.995 03
Demand loans, .5....... .5.199 96
Overdrafts. ..........4.359 24:
ltnds and stocks owned
by the baik.. ...... 4.550 00
Banking house. furniture
and fixture:N. . . . . .. .. 1.900 00o
Due from banks and bank
erC ..M. .. .. 9.31.5 36
Currey. ... .. .7.000 00
Gold ... .. .. . 95 00)
Silver. Nickels and Pen
nies ... .. .. R 30
Cheks and cash items, . 9.019 55
Total $299,314 44
Capital stock paid in. ..$ 50.(0 00
'ndivided profits. less cur
rent expenses and taxes
paid. ............ 24.S30 S9
Due t- banks and bankers 5.65(5 30
Due unpaid dividends, .. 1.2Q4 25
Individual deposits subjeet
t, c ...heck ...........172.374 95
Cashier's checks. ..1...... 144 05
N-tes and bills rediscount
e] .' .. .. .. .. .. .. 20.000 (0 of
Bil'O payable. including C
time certificates repre
Sin tinL b(orri4wed money 25.006 06
Total t299,314 44
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
I. J. E. Norwood, cashier, of the
ab(ve named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true, to
the best of my knowledge and belief. -
J. E. NORWOOD, Cashier.
Sworn to and subscribed before me,
this 21st day of August. 1906.
W. C. TYREE,
N P. for S. C.
Jas. K. Gilder.
1. C. Matthews.
will give a first class barbecue
fn Tuesday, September'4. at Andrew P
Cromer's. known as the John Mayes
place. Everything will be up-to-date
and everybody will have the privilege G
of dancing ai.d playing ball. Mr. Levi y(
Kilber will cook the dinner.
Come one! Come all!
S. A. Richards,
Beginning Saturday, August
the 18th, and continuing until R.
Sept. 1st. I will sell all my;"
Shoes, H ats and Men's
at my regular low prices, and H
give you a discount of 25 per
cent. on all purchases made.
for spot cash. Every article i
bought at these prices will be
less than it cost to manufac- n~
ture it and place It in my store. yo
This is the greatest opportu- for
nity you will ever have to sa~ve yo
your money for some.time to ca
Mcn's Suits that were $20.00 thi
nlow $15.00 ,
Men's Suits th'at were $15 00
now $11.25 th
Men's Suits that were $12.50 si
now $9.38 Co
Men's Suits that were $10.00 pe
now - $7.50
Men's Suits that were 75 t
Men's Suits that were $5.00 st
.novY $3 75
Men's Suits that'were $4.00 SU
Banister's Shoes that werere
$5.00, now $3.75 r
aso.Health Shoes that g
were $4.00, now $3.00
and other grades at similar re- a
ductions. Come t'o see us fr
aften. Tell your friends about
ur sale, n
A. C. JONES,
Newherrv. S. C. Aug. 1, '06
Absolutely the Newe
he Ladies' Home Jounal
At 10 Cents
he Ladies' Home Joirn
At 15 Cents
Ire Features of This Moi
These Books (quarterly editio
the Patterns published and
eap for their size and workm
-Monthly Style Book
erely a matter of spending
irn, keeps growing easier to
-ising after you have practice
Eople fall into the habit of s
oughtlessly, and imagine th
ultivate thoughtfulness and
)u are bound to succeed.
le pay 4 per cent interes
1hy not open an Accouni
D DAVENPORT, Pres. M. L, SI
C. CARLISLE, V-Pres C. B.. C]
J. A. BUR"
eal Estate, Stocks4
3C ' NEWBERRY, S.C
lonsy Cannot Make Brains, But Braln~
It is no disgrace to be poor, but it is In
t necessary. "How may I avoid this?"
ur money in the right place and giving
you, since every day your savings ren
u invest your money In good stocks ancl
pital will grow rapidly without any effor
nute, forces over which you have no c
a value of your property.
The all important thing is to put yourself in
:se benefits. It is best not to rely entirely ul
ppose you allow me to assist you. I have a
rivenient and best located lots to be found ir
itly added to my list a number of beautiful I
>perty, which are very convenient to the bu
'ave also added a t wo story brick store on up
o story frame building store. YouI know it
ur store and do business on Main street than
eet, even at a very low rental. The differen
ount to a considerable sum. If it is cheap r
>pose you try the suburbs and wait for the C<
: have also added to my list a four-acre lot wi
Lts for $i80 per year, one dwelling with out
>d orchard and four acres of land directly on
is would make a splendid place for a manufa
.want several tracts of land within three or
rn ioo to 400 acres each.
)on't forget that I want to buy and sell sto4
' let me show you the good bargains that I h
J. A. BU
n) contain most
less than you
> becomes sur
d it for a while.
ey cannot save.
it on Savings.
Can Make Money.
:onvenient and really
you ask. By putting
it a chance to work
lain idle you lose. If
good real estate your
t on your part. Every
ontrol, are adding to
the right position to get
yOn yourself to do this.
great many of the most
the city. I have re
ots on the Y. J. ,Pope
siness centre of the city.
per Main street and a
is inuch better to own
to rent one on a 'back
:e in a year's sales will
ent you are looking for,
th five two room houises,
houses, good garden,
cturing plant, as well
four miles of the city,
:ks. Come to see me
Buyer and Sller.