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I. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered At the Postoffice at New
Gerry, S. C., as and class matter.
Tuesday, September 4, 1906.
THE SECOND PRIMARY.
It. is just. one week uitil the secondt
primary will Ie held. The fii't pri
Mary inl this county did not arouse a
great deal of ilterest alld four hun111
dred less ballots were east. than were
cast I Wo year-s ago. This should not
be. Thb people should go to the polls
aind] east. their ballots for the men
offering for the various positions
selecting those whom in their jndg
ment are best fitted for the
posit.ionls to which they as
piire. It. is true this is not always
done for mueni frequeitly ''throw off
as they ternm it onl some eaididate
Whoml) they think is niot So strong inl
order to bring up the lea<l of i frieid
or favorite. This should lot be but
ImI should voe straight.
In the secoild riiary there is '(In
erailly it light vote. The voters shobtid
turn-1 omt juls( as mu11ch (1n nlext Tuells
daly as they did Illst Tu'lesday' . Thelire
Ivas ia light vole tIIIoit lhouit Ithe state
last 'Tu('esdiy. Less thanti one hu11tdred
thoul3tsand. There are still to be closel
for stilte offiveg a governor, attorney
genieill, two of the most important
of, thet state offives III(ata v ailn-mid
COMmIlis';ion er. If thle primailry is (o
reminle pe(1.1 iti mst "ro ouit to the(
%(econd prillual y Just so strong as tliey
0o o Illto first. lspeciallly should
thet people inl thle counitry hear this
il inind. It will take very little of
you tile and Your aiire to 'n' out
1i2v restlt il the evlectioll 1f, soleiv
onle notI yol. vihoicev and n140
tle eloic.e of a ma1,joril % (,y Iof it white
pellple (df (the State ilr (.mm11ty. It.
is you ll dIllY to go Ill 11he polls next
Tlul-sdIly m.ii4l cast Yir hallot.
Ill thet 4-nIyII here is Onle other.
!!'(1Iherl .f ie lol' 1 i llir.- 14 It ( 1 i)s
('11,erviut rs.111 l-il e l u-v tait ))1 lbi
tI lo l s.'
THAT UNION STATION.
F.-vrIlhe pa.I' several1 w\Iek, w\\ hav
114-:11-41 0 liii Il' til t- 4-:i' 111s1(-1 ~ I'dl 111v
deby i] t com -i i, he un11ion slliml
t Newherr y. WVv pre4umm. tht-n ire il a
god r ah wh otr1k ha otl ln IS
pedl iii. bill tll l llis w(I 'Il
rainv w t lit her eY it is inodvenint
) 1o t it v 1 t ra p ve w 11l -1 i1 t
stiog te 1 n itli pubs li t - thoa use
the C.. N. & L. road to t-o it and off
ill- train. It l es seevml thal ther hasu
been tieiv eilth t 141ave this wmrk
I t his c n l n ve t io and b tl I'r s Ith i e.II
1tbre Illa sihd. which it is pr-o i IoSed to
i er . i' p t .1 W (we Wou d lie toiu
sutei te dsblit'yt oat'i 14 adtfesiil-'
ityof it' i ng te 1SoulthernIl s tho
giesse main stret onCr t Ilie rese
andt( betw~l~een t her,N wl.. haem- adnd
oftheSuhern bttrack.l( I tistwere ran
the proess si<mllb wouiild abot hill
thek spcvet~ we0en ith tt if aiti iacs and
midn, iet sid it b wohte atmieees
Bay t bil anty nmrlathed, oandh
Arieay union1 statgion I'st tn rim
oney ioa to thte ot he. lIeidesng this,
piehe agarrngems ell, whi a(iv mor
room facories.gies ti em-riehe
oten th w oiacks (tion t aoten
sOidetso o f ndstreetanige ei
A 't enctte coultsd bept l onigl each
makrie of ver ies irale hie f vehi-s
;A ee s ad i sees tol ui'Rwtohl'e ateh
Wa.ed wouble (If Iest tha te c4110it con
cill ~o te oueria'l 'itnhi or 1theasto
whichent herae ovker isnt yeairboe,
an ifut i,taetemtrupwh
reekoning the crop at 12,000,000 ba
a cost of $2,400,000. What are
cotton growers going to do about
Will they sit quietly and indifferer
anid pay this enormous tribute wl
by using a covering from a prod
grown in their own fields they ,
throttle this monster, or at least 4
In years gotie by the Farmers'
liance brought this jute trust to
knees. Te iarmners' Union aid
Southern Cotton Asstiation havi
work, to do right here. Are they eoi
to the occasion? Why the farmers
the south submit y6uar after year
the usual d(eduction of at least 6
elit from tie weilht of every 1
of cottonl has always been a myst
to us. It is robbery in the broad 01
daylight anld of the most stupend
kind. We wonder that a self-respi
inu,, inldepenldent yeom"anry will ti
ly stmlbit to this unjust anld iltiquit
exmtotion. Let the ery go up fIl
every hamlet. in ite eotton helt: (
loll covering fo4r everythinlg"! Dk
with t 1he' jite trust !-Southerni Fai
We are -,lad that Southern Far1
has drawn attenlimon to this import
toni la ttfectill., tile interests or I
f'aImlers S( l v:11itally. The .inle timl
1,am1perinl-' with Shmt -p-ed-ed It
whetn it extorts millions of dtill
h-ioit1 ille ItMritters witliollt aly exe
siave ilie -1'eed of gaill. laIIy Ma n 1
essary and rapaciouls excletions ill
the 1,armers like the present. adva1
itt tle prive of baging and lies by
ljite (rust, whose example is clos
Iollhowed by out' i tt ) tIr't ef ies, ,
itive oll. arm-Ie's in tleir orgalli
fitils No ir1siit'leaslres whieli u
resi,lt itn fil r-rellelling iji1ry ti)
Oirl- farmers od Ille sit it are ill 1l
l er shalle(*111l1a1 ever' tlhey hlave Im
il 111 ilir histor v t vifo've vil.ei'
1ilds ili make tleii' dislikes I
tli11l an11y trIust or collibillatioll 11
1i.1Y t'.ldalt .1t'' atenlt Itell'1dan
t ll .11 illi i'e i IIsl'hit y. andI \
iw' lit il:] it -1tit tia t Isses teI ll,
t nie t pl r edit t t ti 11 1 (ay 41 hii
ji~~titi l t o Ille It'tss O ( l ' a
11 ll i lit' ( t' si lie elIrEaillle llt lif'
Ne' wislw, rkls a wek llr ret'ld a
Il m ilie t ' a p ll ri- ll.s , .tit 1 a itd'
jirvilet S t,it will Illec w
I i' i l o l hi t e i s. hee toi (le
mll.0 111wl5 illit'lli.-wllt I;ll-Ilers, w\-(, ;
n1-ot ttl\l Stat- mwtild hav have ham
til - i 1 ti ) tiOlill is t1)1 im-re tde la
lrivei d 4Inlas yea r. Wev eannoit thl
thaI'kt Ithe m(ls111 1-vill hr s i ( tillisio n w
thle .illie 11r11SI ill thlis 11a1t'er ill
Joston Acadhemy Freres st oUn
ers,' m- 1f upon tiet i pro4isperity (of i
I"Irmlers depenlds the priosper1ity (of
l1u. W. .. Bryan's renceptionl
New Yok last week wais ia remarka'
ir6ite Ito it remarkable mie anl and111
wa l a traiute 'te truelmanhood a1)10
nt(t tt tlla'psitio or the si
titiate ctnad hasii(( ne h~ii(
1ffvie t'excpd hto oges
fo Hando Cawrms Accienprtien
th lnted Sate oul not have x
more11 Wtritie paillim the pear o
ofithe( counit Irk n hetfi'ial pasi
mi a eles tedaid to announte th'
w'ill ot he ackeeting-o Johnstre(
('at'urch li fernSO atthre p'iled
nt er iis0 of i t.racewl Thee hef
sthie fniften0 Thtetifllgwing apo
omtnts for'adrs, and the subjn
named whv fell ofade:ot lans bJol
L)toneg. Cooyd,iaton; WitiQ. Wil
labor <ttsti on; Alnttineat tende
leglwa,ecto of the fae~'t tetv rmer
legs at aturdeayt meorin an'tex
inrceast'the tseveral hand carstar'
fe~ro Whitirte ottn th'eiabar lto
somei'.~l speiaoli tirk oeni the ckai
imileh towardsa Unon. Im some wa
otr ers onu tolp oft ti Thereo w
..n.the.several eas,ad h w.
les, NO STATUTE LAW.
it? Man Who- Allowed Son to'Die With
tly out Calling Doctor is to
ten Be Tried.
,an The State.
'lip Andeison, Sept. 2.--lev. It. B.
Hayes, the faith cure evangelist whose
Al- young son died yesterday afternoon
its for want of Inedical attention, 'was
the arrested last ni-ght and Imdged. in the
a voiity jilil. There is nto stiatute law
uni in Soith Carolina providing a remedy
Of for eases of i this paorticilar kind, but
to tle arrest was made for neglet and
ale The ease has attraeted considerable
arv attention here and elsewhere. No lit.
)en tle indignattion has been expressed in
mis the city, but it seetmied that nothing
(st- could be done to save the child, and
Ie- it simply lingered and suffered until
As (leath ensiued. Hayes and his wife
-1elain that they have never called inl
ot- tle services of i physician since they
wit began to believe in tih( doctrine of di
In- vine healing.' They have four children
till of whom, theY caii, have been
netr resto(reNd frt4om illntess by tmeans of
r The 411te.MV fit Ihe case will be
iswatcede with, ,rvat interesm. The home
40, 1f1.1yes' family is inl Toccoa, Geor
ars -,i*. I Itey are *natives of' Andertion
[ise cimtnly, Ilayes havin.ur been.born and
,- rais(d about five miles south of tle
lWe Application was made to Judge
Ihe Plrincev for blind for Hlayes. Ani order
tly granting hail was signed. and your
'ill VcOIresponldet is informed tlat Hayes
za-- was released t'rom e'istody this after
ail Thweiase w%ill come mip for trial at
thle next terml of 1*e( sessionls couirt onl
1- lhethird Mondayv Il this monthl, tl
It's, al (.1mtilllilltItev is --rallte'.
t COTTON HOLDS RECORD
IN THE EXPORT TRADE.
Washitil-I . Setit. .- " tttn is
Vv kii-: in tlte expirt revord 40f the TUi
ted States 1l,' the lisca Year Just
lie 'n,1el.'' This is the introdliitory
'i,tt''tv ' i stlltt n.Il(J114 it 0 sse by
Ihe Ilprt1011 el' 4-4111lnit-lrev al)(1Ila.
ItIt r. 0 ill i1mill ..t ille 1 tw eit-1ent sa hi
"Tl' Ti 1 1,11 vati l l, raw cotl<m x
.polrtdfor th1. le fir-t tilnev vrossed the
Hit 1 '.l0.1 lie . o1141 exco'-ded byt ra itt
Ihv v:wi e ( t! ' ' wliv'tie artieIe i' Ier
(.1mildi-w (e lilt 1f thle emiun! ry. Thlel
V xp rt all br-.1m IllTuff Ill aill kim14s a11
h irtnt'd t is' $10.000000, those of i
ei o but $211.000.000. and thie
'41 1f irol and steel m iaut 00,u
The valm ole votton vxported has
all in,sI'd very apidly durin.g the ist
rive years. It was not until 1901 that
it eissed fihe $300.0000 line, and inl
at sholt rive Years period it has irown
" to more than $400.000,000, t' an i
lcrease f' about 33 per celt. This is
it du lin pt 11ti-to an incease in the q-1iis
"a til exportiet'in pt alsot btt lte
dae i. rie ie thetti quantity
exportet 'bin 190r s abou1tl700.000,-90
an $0,000dsls tiin 1905.es whilt $the
"14 vauewa) $1,0,000or0tani
"eTotlhel exoftalcttiono tantufacturted
cnxoted inash isalerar 1906 wha i
mhe exotdrs omanufatud abotn has00,
:t. heen <pite to srikin ast'at ofal3 till
ok. inawIt ftmaerial ti h oa 'eo
tsi- "(t liurop is ofcourse,~ tou C inipah
weentoe r a cottontg)b1s$7,3. Ttcexpoitd
ets i wort,t ?(btrmainhytai $11, he00 fisalc
wem- i 19500000 ande(e 1lviaot $27.000,-it
l) n. 000ahile thoe on other trierIn
dIsti,t ttttti t' aou'y 'aot t32,00, 000orth
ireaw nt 'ion,4 buciA lett ver itrregular in itte
gnahititydl) boutht tict the(itt onl b
Jl00,000yardf American cottn when
ported in 1906, 498,000,000 went to
China,, while about 1,33,000,000 yards
wevqnt to the American countries south
of the United States, and 25,000,000
to Asia and other than China and
Por the Dead Fall school. Salary
$35.00 per nionth. School opens Octo
ber 1. and rius seven month.s. Ap
plit-ations may be filed with nay one
of tile tuidersigned by September 15th.
B. L. Dominick.
I. S. Boozer.
Newberry, R, F. 1). No. 4,
J. W. Crouch.
All persons are hereby warned not
to trespass upon the land of the tin
dersigned. Persons trespassing upon
oui lands without outr consent will be
delalt with acordilng to law.
Rufus A. Sligh.
J. 13. Kempson.
E. E. Sligh. -
CHARLESTON & WESTERN OAR
Schedule in effect June 3, 1906.
Lv. Newberry(C. N. & L.) 12:36 p. m.
Ar. Laurens 1:42 p. m.
Lv. Laurens (C. &. W. C.) 2:09 p. m.
Ar. Greenville 3:25 p. m.
Lv. Laurens 2:07 p. m.
Ar. Spartanburg 3:40 p.m.
Lv. Spartanburg (So. Rry) 4:00 p. m.
Ar. Hendersonville 6:35 p. m.
Ar. Asheville 7:30 p.m.
Lv. Laurens (C. & W. C.) 1:50 p. m.
Ar. Greenwood 2:48 p.m.
Ar. McCormick 3:40 j. m.
Ar. Augusta 5:25 p. m.
Pullman Chair Cars between Au
gusta, Laureys and Asheville, tri
weekly. Leave Augusta Tuesdays,
Thursday and Saturdays ;leave Ashe
ville Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
Note: The above arrivals and de
par-tures, as well as connections with
other companies, are given as infor
mation, and are not guaranteed.
Cen. Pass. Agt.,
Geo. T. Bryan,
Greenville, S. C.
Lady tecerllel forl M'Mayhiltonl school,
who will teach children at school
house and no()t expect parenlis to teach
theni at home. Sebool small. Term
about 7 mniths. Salary $30. Opens
Sept. 17th. Ad(dress,
W. B. Whitniey, Clh'm111'n.
W. B. Oxner, Clerk.
Blairs. S. C., R. F. D. No. 1.
Coal! Coal!! Coal!!!
I am making arrange
ments to establish a coal
yard and will be in posi
tion to supply your wants
for both hard and soft coal.
Should you wish to buy
your winter supply for
August or September de
livery I would be pleased
to quote you prices.
See me before buying.
I can deliver any time af
ter August 15.
S. B. JONES.
hat will last a life time is what you
want. Our Organs have a pure tone
and lovely cases We can supply
you with an Organ that will please in
every particular for only $65 and $70
delivered. Write us for our special
terms of payment, and for illustrations
of the beautiful Organs referred to.
If you prefer a Piano we have beau
tiful and good new Uprights from $185
up on easy terms.
Malone's Music Hou se,
CrI..UMBIA, 8. C.
A chance is still open to the oung
men of this county to get a Noranal
seholarship in the University of South
Carolina. An examination for that
purpose will be conducted by the County
Superintendent of Education, Friday,
August 81, 1906.
Writc at once for application blanks to
BENJAMIN SLOAN, Presidenit.,
Columbia, S. C.
OPUM and WHISKEY HABITS
0** t~icuare set FIt N
E""n3"M" . woiigvMd.:
Tile Ladies' Home
Are Features of TI
These Books (quarter
of the Patterns publish
cheap for their size anc
Merely a matter of s
earn, keeps growing ea
prising after you have
People fall into the hal
thoughtlessly, and imaj
you are bound to succE
We pay 4 per cent
Why not open an A
J. DDAVENPORT, Pres.
R. C. CARLISLE, V-Pres
J. A. BLb
Real Estate, Sto
Money Cannot Make Brains, I
It is no disgrace to be poor, 1
not necessary. "How may I a'
your money in the right place a
for you, since every day your s~
you invest your money in good:
cptlwill grow rapidly withou
minute, forces over which you
the value of your property.
The all important thing is to put
these benefits. It is best not to rela
Suppose you allow me to assist you
convenient and best located lots to
cently added to my list a number of
property, which are very conveniera
I have also added a two story brick
two story frame building store. Y
your store and do business on Main
street, even at a very low rental. E
amount to a considerable sum. Ifi
suppose you try the suburbs and wa
I have also added to my list a fou
rents for $i8o per year, one dwellin
good orchard and four acres of land
This would make a splendid place f
I want several traicts of-land witha
from ioo to 400 acres each.
Don't forget that I want to buy
aind let me show you the good bargt
"The MAa t'
urnalRI PatrnB Book
JurRI Stli Booll
iis Month's Edition,
'ly edition) contain most
ied and are wonderfully
I workmanship. At
10 WEB .
e Book Free.
pending less than you
Lsier too, becomes sur
racticed it for a while.
it of spending money
,ne they cannot save.
-s and carefulness and
interest on Savings.
Wry, S. C.
M. L. SPEARMAN, Cashier
G. B. CROMER, Atty.
cks and Bonds,
RY, S. C.
lot Brains Can Make Money.
>ut it is Inconvenient and really
roid this?" you ask. By putting
nd giving it a chance to work
wvings remain idle you lose. If
~tocks and good real estate your
tany effort on your part. Every
nave no control, are adding to
yourself in the right position to get
entirely unon 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
t to the business centre of the city.
store on upper Main street and a
>4 know it is much better 'to own
street than to rent one on a back
he difference in a year's sales will
t is cheap rent you are looking for,
it for the consequences.
r acre lot with five t wo room houses,
rg with out houses, good garden,
directly on the Southern Railroad.
r a manufacturing plant, as well
in three or four miles of the city,'
ind sell stocks. Come to see me
ins that I have.
Aeen" the Buyer and Sene.