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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
1erry. S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Tiesday, September .11, 1906.
THE PRICE OF COTTON.
The condition (Wfithe voltlmel p
as it hits beell repor-ted i the reli
able public printis Ilf (Ihe 4country,
would seem to warrant ithe actioin if'
te 01xeeni 11e Cmmittee oI* the South
ern CotMio Assm-iationl inl Ieconllilend
ilg to tle cottoln growers tf the Souith
that they tot sell their present crop
at less (han ten cents. Taking into
consideration the present condition of
the cr(q), the increased demand, the
amount of unconsumed eot(on left
over list sealsonl anld the present
muilliflllinm figire fixed by tle Smuth
ern Cotto Association is very reason
ab11le. It. is firlli. to ilie --rower. as
well as to tle manu1lfactu1rer. 1:x
trimlely high priced cott(iln is as ill
jil-iolls ((I (he (*olllltr.y as low Irit-ed
cottlill. Tell celits it jImlldt Sevills at
fair basis oil which to sell tI(. 1re
vill 0r1.C thion ,Ihtlhl he worfthl ;I
leasl (1hai m111eh, anld y t r tl
at the present do n1oIt warrat I1
Vvr flnl-h ill exce.-s lif, th!al.
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ins. e T I . h -
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n t hI- I t V han
b en . - - ti. 4 1 il l%st ' 11r wal
e i In a vt l iIl e t1i, I t thil
Af i l . o v n i n -f Vtha.I It ha
aill pobh i l t be 114 1 11 ents to l . but
WhIll 3r Io ti tutu t"4''ia 42. le)ii it s i' un,
it w:s i t a or :.4lili ell-l0le
thin-- hir him tli un.h-rtake mter the
con111venllt4tiln ha:d flixud i I Cnts a.' thel
111111111011111 lirie'v. 'hI' it in a s c a
timn this year at its meetini.. last wee ivk
-dfiided nilm l1 4nt as t i nnom .1
and w i liced i st1-11v i l Ill 1 few
day-s 0o i t the 'irmer', N ititnal
Un1lion2 had fived I' I e t v i s i l.t minli
m 1 --m. T h t wo 111 r It i i 41 si ht 11 .
io at t e t her on tc ih i' pri siti ( n.11
and14 if t'Ihey\.\- w mnld w-re-e ipo 1 m 0, (ir
1I Iets 4-venI . : ni sti l k t it t he're
i is Ild I Ithat t 1 1 i t ri ll' f (. tt n
Wo uld re at I s I n.I T lid .s n
brea sot I'n whII Il'.-42,n : t r II-r i II I ti ' tI
forteir thtn. :It smmaloiepr'
coilnhl ake ai tl1'id prouitl his e'lth
at hae tie u w:tnd t 111et Wirmer ai 'li
nffor t o )11 i tr o ('i(ton t th21at trhT.as
e a atiti' 1(2 w llldii(iTQ . It' at
lei on ila- 4t wiesk int'h ardI ~.to Sthe
location fte n cain.ehp
isof 'ficiepatmioenances Tim hav
thedateto f the peplhtiess thm
idenlity. rd icnher hc potoece'
hasde anyVt in weO1C havIe not ear
of r it. t s engmdea. u
It is timp orfacit rae the theavoter
bao ofo the misenut whboi'teir ,idc
mntte a be s ited fbr the posiins
tatt.htr thI vtrssoudh''eu
be daagn to canidte. If ym
hear any of ths eprsyo hu
cock -conceived the idea of eliminating 8
the work of placing on letters of whatI
is knownit as the 'back stamp.'' Under B
ithe present arrangement letters have
to be stamped in postoffices twice,
(Mne in the sending office and once in P
the receivin.g office. The stamp plae- ti
e(I on letters in the receiving office is E:
th ''back stamp,'' and bea rs the time
of (Ite arrival (I the letter inl that Of- at
fietv. In big idffices like those ol New ti
Y 11rk1, I ln hi IedpIflh ianShIrdhiltnimt P]
toll, l'ianand I-thers, thle p'lacinl.- b;1
ofthe backl St.ar11p (-n letters con11sumlles -Li
la ..reat deal itf timle and requlires thle ilh
Ser-vive or nIally clerks. It sometimes tt
is ai matter 4,f satisfaction to business th
Imieni to know when a letter was Ie- be
ceived in one office in their city. but
it is not often a matter of iueh imi- d
It was determindl of Mr. Hitc-.
('(3lk a trial. fly order -f the e r.' -
nwn.11 thle pla,c4ini. ot, thek bae,%
letters in the t' fit 0
emntinued ab-,ut six n
- - -, ' nit~ d ' eni4*
7N York. I
th V e p i'n nt i 'i
I i -. ~ ~I I '\ Ol I itl I Iii (li
'ii fit't~ ~~~I Ii I4i I I aii I It 'iliI~ "
'if4'x''~ t' te i'ntring o eial st
b I iils,and y. re c-n-IdI
iiit a it- eli tin aiiln of te b;-l sai NO
..''tinl. it he dI li ery t i has ;int e
o t ieN I ese iti te v n t
Pacific Mutual Life -nsurance Coii- in.
'aifice \1 t11 1 .i I n- rance C--m- I
11:11n, . \\ ilh ell 'VVV0I -wbintod ill
,A ns I s al .. the 'e so ur1 lih I
nsirnu ' til ili11lies of the l avifik
til' Ist . s t a (.etilpa fly thit lhas nlat.
tlowt eto h:nway: inl a ct,
tlh i exlent that today it is
VetIiiZed as 1ne of tfe Ioirt a(qn
panies dhtiiii.- husiniess. Thleiv are, oI, Nv
1tswel, iMIPaMnies isat.ae ar Ott h
ttis e,. but t iin h it -114 tnhh-ratin an
evvv'rYfhing Iheev i s Ilt) olle tha.1t is u
saf4r 1' it I the I 'ac11 4e 'Mulitnal I f h
anisuir ancve t'h a. trt\.
This is all the mre1V st t nsiince sa
t renI-t olclion ft Mr. (Iieot I a
('-11hr:m1 01 thep plresidlencY. 'Mr. COch- ce
san, not tny in thei 'State of Colifior
11ia, m1111i t ie it11ht uit the entire Unli
tie St ates, is reai t't'narrded as
m)eig'si "sraivIet ot fiaiers,f a mtate
wi the wiold, aTnd a man' ill whomlC
it itk well fo.ruh is t'the man' whot
tdayt t ansi addte headi't th.Ile Pali
S'tnine Mutua n,ieeIa iusu tndompany cdv
andin sayinst t l tht' Sits he lednle
ad' otmuaintial lie inrsrince d
or'nnizaion litn tidhe Pa4 cifi liat dwe' A
sayi ssuewi<t th le remit ea of i
Theic Pacifiet Mtual ielt t eusuranc
Company oitetpa ts unealthe ad aof
the i itt'e' are Caionia, rleg taded s
in the, wehae Uni'n, ac n atself
tt' pe a wellt'or this companys It't
muitlio be iae herotae th Catl
in'ti lIn turane law~1 isolitarubtelng
the"safst f alm Mot.e ctaes tance
am'isg doain, forlth ery f tmpe ~
reason itha Wt Ii thr w Pacf it magn ifietS
isAohethn,splici'est Al liea c
dentd issud th money intetCf he
pot'licyolderg ainovinw, omethe ind h
ornTieantsvibhf of (leple q everyn Tt
dentroiiesnt ine amongethembriad,st
itery,il strtonly t the edipli.
Antheirar loyaltur of'i this m
''niv heardi oe~ sigle itrytingft
'dvatage o th fuliperiod of'mo
L'ArE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Newberry.
John C. Wilson, Esquire, Probate
WIl*;1AS. W. U1. (huitt and L. M.
ayer hath made suit to me, to grant
en Let ters of Adiiistiratioln of the
;uate of anld effects (1f, M. l. Player
riii:si: AktI-: ri-iI:iiiFoR to cite
d adnionish all and singular tlie kiti
ed and reditors 44f the said M. M.
zyer deceased. that they be and
Iear betore te, inl the Court ol Pro
te. to be held at Newierry on Tues
y. St-pitimher 25- al'ter publication
reol. at I I o'clotk in t lie forenoon,
show eause. it any they have, why
e said Adminlitrationl slioild not
G'EN uder Iv land, this 10th
y of September, Anno Dlomin, 1906.
J. C. Wilson,
J. P. N. C.
SCHOOL TO OPEN.
- i of the Newberry
Will be gill on Mon
r 24. 1906. The schools
promiptly at, 9 o'clock.
.who we.c. not p'resenilt on
c .i t t ile examiita
1-l. e Ilay I-epor-t for eX
n and eh.ssification on Mon
. .vn the sllold opetis.
Il- T.T- NW V t U T I I A 1? 0
LINA. 1)UNTY 01' N KW
I EI lI Vt . IN Pill)
uL\i-: ot aellT.
a]si w\Ill ;wd l i*-;l, !lne l ,I' N ed
'I iIr. dI "t- . '1aiit i vs.To
\ iia \\'h. to t. Ilurt \\'iter
t;11:i. WIllt' iay o ..)toer S1C11190.
Itm.d .veW inian.1.
eit li1 t all reditors of
I \hinirer, d e he and t e .rc heby
0.hy tire e-d lot rendter in theirir
ad,oln .tth. ito this Courlt on or
ore the( 15th day of October-, 1906.
1nd1it-i1furth, or,dered thlat all
h vlrvditor-s he land thiey are hereby
41in1,d from prloskecutinlg their de
ulds inl aIY other proceediln.g.
J1. C. Wvilson,"
Official Seal) J. P'. N. C.
Cotite i i- hereby given that Certifi
e No. 109 for t wo shares of the cap
I stock of The Commercial Bank of
wherry, S. C.. heretofore issued to
ss Lu M. Bauknight, has been lost,
I on the 6th day of October, 1906,
plication will be made to said
Ik by the undersigned, as Adminis
itors of the personal estate of the
d Miss L. M. Bauknight, to issue
cert.iftcate in lieu of the said lost
J. H1. Bauknight,
Mary E. Poppehleim,
iministrators of the estate of Lou
at will last a life time is what you
ant. Our Organs have a pure tone
d lovely cases We can supply
mn with an Organ that will please in
ery particular for only $3. mnd $70J
ulivered. Write us for our special
rms of payment, and for illustrations
the beautiful Organs referred to.
If you prefer a Piano we have beau
tul and good new Uprights from $185
on easy terms.
Malone's Music House ,
ct..UMBIA, S. c.
A chance is still open to the youtng
en of this county to get a Nortna,
:holarship in the U niverity of Souti
arolina. An examination for thel
arpose will be conducted by the County3
iperintendent of Education, Friday
ugust 31, 1906.
Writecat once for application blanks t<
ENJAMIN SLOAN, President.,
Columbia, S. C.
he contract for
tour new build
ng see W. T. Live
ngston. B es t
Mrs. Susle Summer Haltwanger
who has taught successfully for sev
eral years in both college and private
LESSONS IN E
THEORY, ETC. L
to a limited number 'of pupils after
September 15.. For further informa
tion apply at Mrs. Glenn's residence.
For the Dead Fall school. Salary
$35.00 per month. School opens Octo
ber 1, and runs seven months. Ap
plications may be filed with any one
of the undersigned by September 15th.
B. L. Dominick.
R1. S. Boozer. t
Newberry, R. F. D. No. 4.
J. W. Crouch.
All persons are hereby warned not
to trespass upon the land of the un- r
dr'signed. Persons trespassing upon
11ur11 lands without our consent will be
dealt with according to law.
Rufus A. Sligh.
J. B. Kempson.
E. E. Sligh.
TAKE A TRIP TO THE EAST via
CHARLESTON & WESTERN
Tlirough Savannah and Steamship
From Laurens, S. C. to
Baltimore, Md., and return $29.40
Boston, Mass., and return 39.30
New York and return .. .. 35.30
Philadephia, and return .. 33.40
Round trip 3ummer excursion rates;
Tickets on sale daily to and including
September 30, with final return limit
October 31, 1906.
For full information call on or ad
dress, C. H. Gasque.
Agent, Laurens, S.C. E
Geo. T. Bryan,
Gen. Agt., Greenville, S. C.
G. P. A., Augusta, Ga.
The opportunity to
select anything you
want for yourself, your
boys or your family at
close on to and below
wholesale prices from
the choicest stock of
clothing, Shoes, Hats,
Men's Fur nishin g
Suit Ca es, Hand Bags
and other desirable
goods in Newberry
is seldom offered 1o
the. people of this or.
any other communit.g,
especially at this sea
son of the year When
everybedy is expected~
to make profits, but I
have determined tc
close out my stock with
in the next sixty days,
regardless of cost, and
it is left for you to say
whether you will let
me save you money or]i
not, I prefer to give
every one of my cus
tomers the advantage]
of this sale rather than
to close out the stock in
bulk to some merchant.
It is not a question of~
how much I will make,
but how much I will~
lose in turning this
stock into cash. See
our advertisement on
Come and see us
A. C. JONES.'
r.whberry,& C._ Sep n 106.n
;y one of the gr<
n Patent, Ki
erial with b
The College B(
Atest styles in L
nade to fit-wil
nannish last, ex
DW cut. Exclus
/lerely a matter of s
arn, keeps growing e
>rising after you have
"eople fall into the ha
houghtlessly, and ima
Fou are bound to succ
We pay 4 per cent
Why not open an A
I. D. DAVENPORT, Pres.
~. C. CARLISLE, V-Pres.
BARBECUE IN NO. 2.
W. P. Harris and Co. will furnish a
irst-class barbecue at W. P. Harris
esidence in No. 2 township on Sept
mber 13. A first-class cue is guaran
eed. The gun clubs of the county are
Lady teacher for Maybinton school,
vho will teach children at school
ouse and not expect parents to teheh
hem at home. School small. Ter'm
bhout 7 months. Salary $30. Opens
ept. 17th. Address,
W. B. Whitney, Ch'm.'n.
WV. B3. Oxner, Clerk,
, Blairs, S. C., R. F.1D. No. 1.
JHARLESTON & WESTERN CAR
Schedule in effect June 3, 1906.
iv. Nre wherry (C. N. & La.) 122:3 p. m.
\r Laurrens 1 :42 p. m.,
~v. Laurenis (C. &. W. C.) 2:09 p. m.,
ir. Greenville 3:25 p. m.,
jv. Laurenis 2:07 p. m.,
ir. Spartanburg 3:40 p.m.
av. Spartainburg (So. Rry) 4:00 p. mn.
\r. Hendersonville 6:35 p.mi.
ir. Ashe .ville 7:30 p. m.
.v. Laure~ns (C. & W. C.) 1:50 p. m.,
sir. Greenwood 2:48 p.m.
t.r. M41rmick 3:40 p.m.n
ir. Augusta 6:25 p. mn.
Pullman Chair Cars between Au
rusta, Laurens and Asheville, tri
veekly. Leave Augusta Tuesdays.
['hur .,-oiv and Saturdays ;leave Ashe.
!ille Mondays, Wednesays alnd l"i-i
Note. The above arrivals aind * -
>a.rtures, as well as connieectioni.
ther compaies(. ar ---i i.
nation, and( arie not eina i:iot. L.
* Geo. T
Eatest makers of
in the United
. or Gum ma
utton or lace.
)ot is one-of the
.h military heel,
tension sole and
pending less than you
isier to.o, becomes sur
practiced it for a while.
bit of spending money
gine they cannot save.
ss and carefulness and
interest on Savings.
arry, S. C
M. L. SPEARMAN, Cashier
G. B. CROMER, Atty.
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.
9 '"Mae a
u rvou fnesfis In da y.. al cta e