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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Fntered at the Postoffice at New
erry, S. C., as 2nd clAss matter.
Tuesday, August 28, 1906.
TO PREVENT THE ORIME.
fleceit criminal assaults in this
state and (ieorgia ald elsewhere in
the south, which inl most cases have
been followed by lynchiniis. demanid
serious thought and action. At a
luepting of tle county coiillissioeiIeS
of Fultoki couity. (. action was taken
its reporedl il (he Atdmata .ournal
''At a meetinig of the board of coun- t
ty coimm ission ers yesterday afternoon, t
a resolution of Colonel Clifford An- I
derson, authorizing an increase of the
force of (lie county police from 12 to
361 members, calling for the establish
mntn of, Ihrev headquarters inl fihe
county, atliorizing, the sheriff to de
putize six mllen inl each Af tile militia
districts [(o co-oplerate with the county
police, 1n1ini1g a standing reward of
$501 for loipoof to conlvict ally Imall of:
c riInlla l a Ssalt, anld ill11-40])1.1.11ill"
ieIt,V for Ihe pIrellise ol' 11e1,d
lItI ndas. wals IllmuIIim, luslY a14cll vdt.
The highiest fI the p ietpl 4
the sith is to nmake tIi arnest ef
fort. first, I( prl vt1\1 lite crimei. W hen
the crimeiv IYnc4hin.g., will frease.
THE ELECTION TODAY. .
Thel( pe(.ph-k 44 slah CaoiaWilly
to.ay veI(. tll 'nited States senator,
i11 '14b rs fit t e liho er 14 li1es- l, 44li
press, and State .1114 counlty 'Iflivia0s.
T1 exrlcvist. the ri-Oht of slfra--e is 4i1ea
if the Iiithest plrivile-.es 11141 duiiIs 1f N
citizvenshipl. and the petiplev tif Smuth 1!
Carndimi and it' Nvwherr y i-tunty v wm
it t toleIillselves and toi I heir stite el
and I cI oloiy tvI.hiy to ast Iheir ball os
foiIr Ihe V Inen whI m lIII hev link hest
(1ualified 1fo1r t he pomsi titons t., whlich
And nlmay lie best men w\in.
1I' we hlave many11 mIn- Iynlinll-s inl t
S41111I ('ardlinta 'IilkIn11wI parIl I 's a:
w%vill e 'lir ely ill the 1ni.jri'ltv. y
in all pape- I maatvIII1 In Il-u t I IIe t
W hite 1 h4,11st herval'ter, tlro0uh will 0
hitb pelled ' h n'iI l though will .i
is ft, a4ld s41 4O o tie14 li a list iI I u
t Iree hunid I(redI wserds. A ld w\.itI I'nle
aeord we will aill begin agailn to learn
F"very voter 4igt (4t go to (lie polls
and east his hallot today.
Tlt many1 fm3 hrieIds ol' Col. MNf. P.
Tribble who ims withdrawn f'rom) the
1111 forc setar 431sta (. tin the ad
vice (of his phyisiY14illcs, sympathize S
with him in his illness.
SHOT FROM BEHIND C
BY GIRL ASSASSIN.
St. Petersburg, Aug. Sti--Sat urVday~ 's
1ltsucesful alttemp11 t (en the lif to(f
PI-emier Sto0 lpin, with,i its s ieken'inig,
uiseless slauighiteir 4of 32 plersens, waIs
followed toniiighit by anthIier reolu- d
t.ionalry (lut rage2, ini whichl Gein. Mini,
as5 ai personal ad*jut anlt tol hie suli te
of thie emiperior, was k ileItd oni thie stai
lion Iplait tormi alt Peterhof bly at younhig
womiiani, whole tired live shotts inito his
body 1rom1 ani automant ic' re'volver, and
then, withoti resistanceit', subm)iii tted' tol
- arirest . The capture 11 f th1(le gil was
effecteid by (en Mfiin's wi fe, who bhl
her until thlie ari'val of an offticer.
Tjhis was thie thlird' succeive~' at
tempt on thie life of' (hen Mini, who wasj
coindemnned toI deth by thue 1terroreists5
immnediatecly af1teor theit Moscow revoll t
las't Deocembear on acount ot (te sternii
rep)ressioni pirac(ticed by a hait tilion iun
der his c'ommanilud, and1( 'spiecially fori
thie wholesale exieution~l 41f pers~ons
c'ondemniied Iby d ruimhiea courlimarttia
for being caiughit withI marms ini thir
Boy Drowned at Gaffney.
(Gaffney, August 2(i.--This afteir
of boys wer*e sw"inin ig in Aulstet'll's
poind, ,just ni (te 44ut1skirts of. Gaff'
uey, (oine of t hem, 1'0mmeit t MIa rsh,wa
drIOw.edeiLi. IIe' c'iuldl noit swVimi, so) was
hioldinig to ai lank anid pulshling it
about wh'len the planik turned oever,
loosening his hold (In it, aind went un
(er. His compa311nioins wont t o Ihis a5
sistanice, but t hey could iiet hielp
him. Thle alarm was given and quite
a number from towna went ,toi the pond
*and,begain diviing for (lie hotly. Af
ter about 'an hour's search (lie bolly
Ias recovered and brought out. D)rs.
Jefferies and Darwin had arrived oni
the scone by (lie time the body was
c irovered1, but they could do nothi lng'
Cow him. b1ife' was extincet wh lin ite
bod1(y was recolvered. HIe was the foster
Schild of Mr~. C. 0. Parish, propr'ietor
'of the Commercial Hotel, and was wellJ
inown to most of the.travelling meci
*1heln a child his father was murdo
d in a pool room here and hq w1
>ound14 to Mr. Parish soon afterward
Worm Damages Cotton.
Elloree, August 26.-This sectii
ins not as yet -been visited by ti
"enuine boll weevil of Texas fail
'le latest iest, however, to tle matu
ni cotton is called by Ithe farIe
A.roun1d her'le thle horer- wVOrm1. 1'Ti
1iseet is ab out an in lonl.- and threl
ixteenlthis of an inch in wiidth. It h
uick movements and a keen saw-Ii
iouth. It works with rapidity and
lily a iIatter of a short while aft(
peraling o n a bl111 before it gets 1
hieleart, leavinig notihinig but tle eim
y shell to tell the tale of its destri1
ive warfare. Several of the farner:
rops around here will be appreciab]
ut off'by these worms.
Mr. A. R. Parler ,a prosperous far
r living near here, learning that Ii
eighbo11rs were coIjjplainig of tie:
Isects Vellt into his field this mori
i. and in a few muinutes "'athere
v( dozen olls atacked by tle nire
Iv was sulrlprised to, find tle grIe
dmage already dne. the bolls bein
neoraly r led it' Ih e 1miatuii.r e4
i. lie says they are very ieleri
114 11pp 1rehe d nI lt 11S 11 iIttle damIa e th.1
ill i.dne v the advent 4.f, tlis pes
Death of Garner Neel.
arneN. he "eIld stin ft Mr. llei
vel. fit' No. G. died yester.lay of roi
.,Iiion. liis parents have tie syni
IIhY -f man11Y fims
We will give a first-class barbeer
SIIalfacre's mill, five miles froi
ewherry. tin the 7th of Septenibe
Ever,Ybody is invited to comlie In
l.joy the day anid eat a good dinne
V. W. Lominiek.
T. T. Ruff.
tat will last a life time is what yc
ant. Our Organs have a pure tor
rid lovely cases We can supp!
>u with an Organ that will picase I
iery particular for only $65 and $7
hivered. Write us for our speci
rms of payment, and for illustration
the beautiful Organs referred to.
If you prefer a Piano we have beat
ful and good new Uprights from $18
p on easy terms.
Malone's Music House,
CtA.UMBIA, S. C.
For more than a hundrec
PRINGS MINERAL WATE
iousands are ready and willir
acy in all diseases of the Liv
Drink Glenn Springs Miner
rink this water and be restor<
Glenn Springs Company
This is the season ft
iave a full supply (all
elly glasses. Also ru
is supply your wants
GED. 0D. 0
The Seller of G
- BARBECUE IN NO. 2.
W. P. Harris and Co. will furnish a
first-class barbecue in No. 2 township
ol September 13. A first-class ee
is guarant'eed. The gun clubs of the
m county are invited.
r- We will give a first. class' barbecue
on Tuesday. September 4, at Andrew
' Cromer's. known as the John Mayes
[ place. Everything will be up-to-date
and everybody will have the privilege
of dancing arm! playing ball. Mr. Levi
Kilber will cook the dinner.
or Come one! Come all!
S. A. Rikard.
I- Littleton College, Littleton, N. C
s an-fLouise Cottage Willoughby, Beaeb
e Va.. will both be opened June 15 as
- smMIer hotels. The fall term of Lit
d tleton college will begin Sept. 19.
. Summer work at the College, at Lou
A ise Cottage or at home will be offered
to 20 youn- womni who make immed
- iate application. Address J. M.
I Rhodes, Littleton. N. C.
Orangeburg Collegiate Insittute
will begin its fall session Vednes
day, September r9th. We have a
u healthful location,are well equipped
Y and have a first class fa,ulty. De
'0 partments of art, 'music, elocution,
s cooking, sewing, etc. Only a few
more boys and girls can be accom
modated. Send for a catalogue
and appiication blank.
W. S. PETERSON, President.
Orangeburg, S. C.
years the merits of GLENN
.R have been recognized, and
ig to give testimony as to its effi
er, Kidneys, Stomach and Skin.
spend on It.
al Water and keep well; if sizk,
id to health.
Glenn Springs, S. C.
rputting up fruits. We
sizes) of fruit jars and
bbers for fruit jars. Let
nthis line. Prices right.
ood Things to Eat.
In accordance with the rules of the
democratic party, a meeting of the
county democratic executive commit
tee is hereby called to be held in the
Court House, Newberry, S. C., at 11
o'clock in the forenoon on Thursday,
August 30, 1906, for the purpose of
talbulating the returns and declaring
the results of the primary.
At test :Fred. H. Dominiek,
11. H..1-e0itzsey, County Ch 'n.
A meeting of The Carolina Demo
eratic club is hereby called to be held
at the Council Chambers, Newberry,
S. C.. on Tuesday night, August 28,
190ti. at 8:30 o'clock to elect a mem
helr of the County Democratic execl
Geo. S. Mower,
John K. Aull, President.
NOTICE oF SALE OF POMARIA
Notice is hereby given that by auth
ority of a resolution of the stock
hlders. the diectors of the Pomaria
Oil Mill will sell the property 'id
fraiclises, both real and personal. of
the Pomaria Oil Mill, at public out
iY at Pomaria, S. C.. on the 12111 day
of september. 1906. at eleven o'check
in tle forenoon, on the following
The purchaser will be reqIuiied to
paY five thousand dollars cash, on
the day of sale. $500 of which must be
paid to tile actioner as soon as the
hid is closed. or the prope-ty will im
m1edialely he resold; the balance to
be paid within thirty days, without
interest. whereupon title to the pro
perty will be executed -and d(1vered.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
This sale will be mode to en-ble
the directors to pay the debts 'F the
corporation, and the pr< 2eeds will
be applied to the claims of creditors
in the order of their letal prier!;.
W. W. Berley,
R. H. Hipp,
.J. P. Setzler.
J. L. Graham.
G. B. Aull,
E. 0. Hentz.
D. jk. Kleec-ley,
Jno. P. Wie-er,
Jno. 0. Koon,
11. H1. Counts,
W. M. Wilson.
Beginning Saturday, August
the 18th, and continuing until
Sept. 1st. 1 will sell all my
Shoes, H ats an d M en's
at my regular low prices, and
give you a discount of 25 per
cent. on all purchases made
for spot cash. Every article
bought at these prices will be
less than it cost to manufac
ture ilt and place it in my store.
This Is the greatest opportu
nity you will ever have to save
your money for some time to
Mon's Suits that were $20.00
Men's Suits that were $15 00
Men's Suits that were $12.50
Men's Suits that were $10.00
Men's Suits that were $7.50
Men's Suits tha were $5.00
Men's Suits that were $4.00
Banister's Shoes that were
$5.00, now $3.75
Ralston Health Shoes that
were $4.00, now $3.00
and other grades at similar re
ductions. Come to see us
of ten, Tell your friends about
A. C. JONES,
Ne wherry, S. C., Aug. 15, '06
The Ladies' HoMe Jl
At 10 4
The Ladies' HfomeJI
Are Features of Thi
These Books (quarter]
of the Patterns publish(
cheap for their size and
Merely a matter of sp
earn, keeps growing eat
prising after you have p
People fall into the hab
thoughtlessly, and imag
you are bound to succef
We pay 4 per cent i
Why not open an A
J. D DAVENPORT, Pres.
R. C. CARLISLE, V-Pres
Real Estate, Sto.
Money Cannot Make Brains, i
It is no disgrace to be poor, b
not necessary. "How may I av
your money in the right place at
for you, since every day your sa
you invest your money in good s
capital will grow rapidly without
minute, forces over which you li
tevalue of your property.
The all important thing is to put:
these benefits. It is best not to rely
Suppose you allow me to assist you.
convenient and best located lots to l:
1cently added to my list a number of
property, which are very convenienl
I have also added a two story brick
t wo story frame building store. Ye
your store and do business on'Main
street, even at a very low rental. T
amount to a considerable sum. If it
suppose you try the suburbs and wai
I have also added to my list a four
rents for $i80 per year, one dwellini
good orchard and four acres of land
This would make a splendid place fc
I want several tricts of land withi
from 100 to 400 acres each.
Don't forget that I want -to buy a
andl let me show you the good barga
."The Man Bet;
lrl Palleril Bo
OuRl SIlI BOI
's Month's Edition,
y edition) contain most
)d and are wonderfully
h Book Free.
ending less than you
sier too, becomes sur
racticed it for a while.
it of spending money
ine they cannot save.
s and carefulness and
nterest on Savings.
rry, S. C.
M. L. SPEAR MA N, Cashier
C. B. CROMER, Atty..
eks and Bonds,
(Y, S. C.
Ut Brains Can Make Money,
at if is inconvenient and really
:>id this?" you ask. By putting
id giving it a chance to work
vings remain idle you lose. If
tocks and good real estate your
any effort on your part. Every
ave no control, are adding to
rourself in the right position to get
entirely-upon yourself to do this.
I have a great many of the most
e found in the city. I have re
beautiful lots on the Y. J. Pope
to the business centre of the city.
~tore on upper Main street and a
u know it is much better to own
treet than to rent one on a back
he difference in a year's sales will
is cheap rent you are looking for,
t for the consequences.
acre~ lof with five two room hous'es,
Swith out houses, good garden,
directly on the Southern. Railroad.
r a manuiacturing plant, as well
n three or- four miles of the city,
nd sell stocks. Come to see. me
ins that I hove.
veen" the Buyer and Seller.