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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at N<
errv. S. C., as 2nd class matter
ruesdaity, Septemi-)e 25, 1906.
The situation in Atlanta was v
acute. Five assaults by negroes ill
the white womnen of the city ini
day and seven within a week was s
ficient, LI) Ifake tihe situation ai
It is a pity that the whole race sho
suffer for the deeds of a few seo
drels, but the nunerous assaults
the last few weeks in all part of
country is cause for thoughtful n
to give consideration to the probhl
The fate of the brute, if caught, 11
lie usually is cau-lit, is fixed and e
tain, but that seeis to have no
feet. just what the solution is
one seems to know, but eilitio
eninot go on as tihey are witliout
trimienit to the iegro riace.
The Constitution is elamorin- I
cleaning tle dives and1 putting 1
vagranits to work. That is all ri.
so far as it goes and will do -d. h1
it will nlot sqllve thel pribleml.
Thomas Jefferson said in 1S21 th
it was coertainly written il the bo
of fate that tie negres would he fr
anitl it li ein'. free n< haviy i
samle riplhis tindler lit, _iovvrnmlenlt
was e.4111.ly v cer-1-ailIllY writtell ill t
saie bmhik 1li.11 Ihir. two racevs (.ll
fl( live i1111( the san l vermi.nent
Th'lis is ilhe hw,l 1.411n11ry iIl - nw'_
can find4 .1111 tilw- nhite. peviple w
sral himn rilit i hie . will 1e I wV
and h-111ve him. 11 elt, andt1 kipw I
place. Ili w ill Il po teel d in I
life anid p1nert b it it Ie t doe n
aMidl colitilltes Iis as laillts tpon
wh Iite wonn iland atteinpts soei
equality or I 4 litical positi'lni it Ie.)
exteniinaion, t1ad he hal .in,t as wi
We read rlister B-rwn" in i
"Fimn papes " vVvrY S'laY. o
times and "'inerlally he( is viry-le<
Last Sundlav his m1othrcl ol46vie hli
she was .r(illy ti i I ei t- forl a fit
for him and Marv .ane. luster iI
cided t(o do his own advertisin-ur. Tit
the fiithl diil , saw lots of pIssibi
ties in this leacleer. The f1,ll11win-Z 1
fiee was lilu till in I0ront of M
'"AIN-4d--.\ tutlilr to tullc t
4t1s iin all lo IIe studie thev mi
fitting inl. Tutlt three Imurs dlai
0ood pIty and gm,d linhteon.'' Si
tlhere was :in apll'v1 t1. 'lie rv(-("_lI
ed Ih1ster whl lia- wa st.I h
andth ile app1lic:iat made haste ts 4
part. Ili- intirn-d tt li bask ti
old1 trade ' li' Iiltaining. In depla
ing lie ranl amiltck Biuter's 41gat i
there w-as t roubile, t'or he* wa's rector?'
ed( by thle ?0oa I as the iformer oiwner
the aninalI. Ilius ter was i-irrv. sii 5
ry, for it was suchl a unl guoat,
at tis timet to' whiicl n\e ,esile tos
reeL attenttissn. It rtn--:
"Hesilvedl-- The ictiinarv saty
It.tlilr is I ine w I ji= a ''lla 'hiant
teacher('i. Poor i'I ntersi, it is- a hardh
to teach t hose' whot wint leartn.
those whotu will lear dion'll t needs
tealche(r butt exprie ntte antd nat
''The moast disnmal fa iltiures 1 knowi
their faces in books so much thatt
didln't see all the real things outts
It isn 't t he money y'ou make
wvhat you save. Same with learniti
not whait you read. but what you
gest and apply. Kniowleudge is p
There is foodi fo tttIhougiht ini
resolve, (especial ly at this season u
all the schoo)ls5 and1 coillee(s areC o
it is statetd by Lthe (ran ebuhtr2 T
and Democrat that Mr. J1. A. Wl
wh wa rect-ily elected to t' 14
K lattture from t ht eouty ad who
bween putt diiwn iias ainliit thle.
(lisp)ellsary. stitHfir It(e state
pe sar li lis sh)e(.lt(es ini ihe ec
campaign, andi t hat Mn. Ibantks
muan of charnete(Ir atnd will stand Lt
p)ledge's in thle cautnpakin. Therel
TMr. 1Ranks cannot he otedtitt ini
T he Winnsboro Ne.ws & IIeral1
no sayVs that all of' thle repretsenltal
firm Fairfield county are pledge
the support of the state dispem
If these have been counted in
anti-dispensary column it will b,
A order for the State newspaper
Col, August Kohn of thle News
Courier to review and revise their
~,~nate of the next house on this imu>
nK1it qutest ion. We shonld think, F
etver, that the major ityv against
state dispensary would he ht
5,inough to give these gentlemen f
-A~rfield'and Orangeburg to the
onsary forces and still have a
ri~JQty against the institution,
It so liappens, however, that Fair
7 field was never counted as against the
Tle senate has been counted as hav
w. ing one majority in favor of the In
state dispensary. The death of Sena- tobi<
tor Johnson, of Aiken, may change fortI
the status of the senate on this ques- Ame
fion. We notice that Mr. Toole will thus
be a eandidate to succced Senator M
.Jlinsoi, and in the last legislature Iers
he opposed tle state dispensary, and extni
the probability is that he will be elect- the
ed from Aiken and.if his views remain But
tle same, tIlie 1inajorily oil tile senate lhim
Ite. will ie reversed, and the anti-dispen- a p
Ild sary forces will have a majority of The
in- one. travi
hec ORPHANS WORK DAY. but
en Saturday September 29th has been pres
n. lesignated by the orphanages of this N
rld state as work day for tle orphanaes. to et
r. Tle idea is I hat eaeb individual shall over
-ive his earnings for that day to one trav
no lr tie other of the orphanags. If faiti
this day does Iolt suit, however, any Tle I
- tie r da fay will suit just as well. but Ious
it would be better. to have all of it was I
Or ('111e inl at (n1e tine. One of the nip,
he Sulper11int(endentI , inl writinl-u I n re I- 111.1
lht want to this mat ter says, "Everybody, any
t big and little. Jew and Gentile, is in- and
vit(edl Ito joint in the Imlovient and to ter a
'it fOrWa11rd his moley to the institution was
)k of' his choice.'' It will he a small In th
iitati o e to each individual, but it would ful
lie invaii a .reat deal to tle fatherlesl elseI
it Ilildren wvho are bein- eared for in
hte (the orph'lana'ues inl tis state. YI)u are.
md ol ki(i t_ ,ive onle day's work to d
Ithe Crh n. (ertamnly y"lu will do :IlIi
rk TEN CENTS FOR COTTON.
it --l-:. l it' . r w t1h e C wmnty * v little
a l '3-1 halisl o as catin Ittln sinc haf
n1* Wedneisda mornY in . reeIVvlIng: 1 . no Il
-ll cnt 14pr 1plu d f,41r every* balep od-a o
The cttonwas "Ihl to, thle mills aboutma
W\hat wa.s dbm for' the t'rmtr. ofC 3tay,'
Sjitatnhiluru thruimuh1 the presidelit of .a
hlie t'nty Assotintilln e'ibl bie d ne in a
Ifmr vvery\ .4ounty v Il inlte State and inl and4
the ct1 401ni b h il tle faniier'. wuild 4 lf Il
onl c -o erte : ilnite uipt.n stimc 1S,;4.
I plmi as tley seem -t1 have dole in yeair.
Spartainhiur... Cotton should not he tuitrn i
hel4mw 10 cents, and would not b)e if buck<
the farmers wll(d get Io.-etler and beelu
dettnnine that they should have 10 enter
No. 69)q4. 1,11
I' iii -'U Ihope
or tl v-iiiition of 'Tlhe First Na- -the
timi lLank, at Witiimire. S. C.. il loml,
thll. state of1, South Car-lina. at the tp h
. loe f usin a.Svptvmb,.r 4th,. 190fi- thll S
t-t Resources. On'.
nd I.oanis and 1)isconillts . . ..$ 3,52 14
iz- Overdriaft s, secured an un (i- ST'
of secured'(I .. .... .... 4.810 07 4
lationi ............. (;.250 400
ai'n Due( fr'lm attias . Banks5 d'l
lthlanveti fr,iaierve reserveii
i(1h lelt nde. . i.o..e. 1,7 00 . . . 00 t
n-d S N loteasofoter Naci tita kitlt
my- Bank .. ..ii ..i .. .... 110 aOn
v-e.' -rcioa-aprcrrny he___ a
thid I.awiabinlney ies.ei e
bey bank, vSpietsttcie $ti1,0 i 0 pub 2.)100
ide. Leral-tefndnots1,07 .00 ,085 00th
-i'ls ( Re idepti fund wit les they
di-o ircS uathin) .. ..l .. 2507
tis ht I ILiailits.01
hetn ICaph italstk patid in .. 25.000t0
en- SIrplus'ftnd .. .. .... -50 017
Sullndid)e iprofits, lss ext
piensraes an'daes pi .t.I ,5t' 7
Na- titoneal Bankiotes out-35000
nks tnin .. .. ....$. t8.2 0t
De to L othOsoe,r(Nahieral t
banksht ..-..n .. ba.k .... 1oeml swea
m Tm terlieficeatemeuo t istie- t
an'h bst of my .. ...... 1a,3d belef
Suoreednid8~O't 4 eoem
st ifiates ofi~ td epost for,Q' .96
Tot~1(1al . . . ... .1 38 2 1
I , lodOsor, Csiro h
a th best olma noweg,n eif
. ubeihdn swor Dtoeor,m
ORIGINAL OL. SELLERS.
k Twain Tells of the Man As H4
the opening chapter of his ''An
)graphy,'' printed in the firsi
lightly number of The Nortl
rican Review, Mark Twain telb
of the Original Col. Sellers:
any persons regard ''Col. Sel.
'as a fiction. an invention, am
ivagant impossibility, and did M(
honor to call him a ''creation.'
they were mistaken. I merely put
on paper as he was; he was not
rson who could be exaggerated,
incidents which looked most ex
i.rant, but in the book and on the
were not inventions of mine,
vere facts of his life; and I was
-nt when they were developed.
hn T. Raymond's audiences used
,me near to dying with laughter
the turnip-eating scene, but, ex
.ant as the scene was, it was
iftil to the facts in all its details.
hin-- happened in Lampton's own
, and I was present. In fact, I
nyself the guest who ate the tur
In the hands of a great actor
iteous svene would have dimmed
nanly spectator's eyes with tears
-acked his ribs apart with laugh
t the sane time. But Raymond
,reat in humorous portrayal only.
at he was superb. he was wonder
in a word, ireat : in all things
ip was a pi.my of the pi,mies.
e real Col. Sellers, as I know him
iies Lampton, was an pathetic
eanitiful spirit. a manly man,. a
ht and honhrable man. a man
a h)i'y, foolish. unselhl hearit in
''som, a mani hrn to be loved:
h4e was l.ved h v all li, friendc.
Iy his taIi v wolrZhippeIt . It is
i_ht wvord. TI them he was but
less than a 2nd. The real Cl.
I'S was lnever uI the sta.'e. Only
of hin was there. Raymond could
lay the other half of him: it was
i- is level. There was t only one
who could have played the whole
,1. Sellers, and that was Franlz
nIs Lamphn Fl.-ated al his (lays
iteld mist 4)f ma.mnitivent d11reams
lied at last wit out seein'- one
41m realized. I saw him last inl
wvhen it liad been twentv-six
since I ate the basin of raw
ps and washed them down with a
.1 of water in his house. He was
n0 old and white-headed. hut lie
ed to me in the same old breezy
f his earlier life, and he was all
yet-not a detail wantinv: the
v lit.ht in his eve. the aboulndint-_
in his heart, the persuasive ton
tle miracle-breedinz imagination
vN weie all tihere and before 1
turn aroiund he wa polizlisint
is Alnidin'!. lamp and flashIin,
4cret ritchs ' the VoIIld before
.'' (T OF" SOUTH ('ARLI0NA,
'OUNT1Y O)F NEWBEHRY.
Th iil.r Wl.Etiie rb t
suiti tOO ime, to '2ranit him Let ters
dminiistrationi ofl the' Estate o'
llrrets -f DI r. .Jlhn f. Simipson.
I ESI A b'E T1lHE:REFl*OlRE teo cite
a.bn,i''shl all and sini&nlar the
redl and 4 r(edi torms of' thle said D r.
Ih. Si lmps'oni deceased, t hat thiey
ael app'IecarI biefore me, ini thle Court
r'hate. I' lbe held at Ne'wherry on
nesday, 10) Oetober next after
ienation thereof, at 1 1 o'(chock in
fo)renioon, to shw~ cause, if any
hav'e, why the said Administ ra
shaonld n(ot lie granit ed.
IVTEN uder my Hand, this 24th,
of Sept ember Anono D omini, 1906,
J. C. Wilson,
J. P. N. C.
Without making a fri
know vehicles so thoi
to select only thos<
give satisfaction. If :
you want, the chance
a price to your liking.
If you don't know what y<
fords ample opportunity
Look Early and Often, d
SALE Or PERSONAL PROPERTY.
The undersigned as executor of J.
I w. Perkins. deceased, will sell at the
late residence of J. W. Perkins, de
ceased. all of the personal property
belonging to said deceased, on Tuesday
October 9, 1906. Terms cash.
1. S. McCullough,
TEACHER WANTED. L
A first grade teacher is wanted for
the R1cagin school. Term begins No
vemiber 1st and runs eight months.
Salary $35 a month. Applications
may be sent to any one of the under
0. W. Swittenberg, C1'h 'mn.
W. H. Long,
J. T. Pitts,
Newberry, S. C.
Buggy For Sale r
First-class leather quarier-top buggy guar
anteed. set of single buggy harness, $6.oo
Georgia Vocicle Maufacturing Co.,
52 W. Mitchell St.. Atlanta, Ga.
STOREYUR COTTON. n
The Standard Warehouse Com
pany offers its splendid facilities to
the farmers and dealers of Carolina.
Warehouses located at Columbia,
Greenville, Greenwood, Orange
btirg, Anderson, Newberry.
L>W STORAGE RATES.
\WF INSURE YOUR COTTON.
R ca: pt agood as gold.
Inquire of your local manager for
rates or address
CHAS. T. LIPSCOMB,
Secretary Standard WarehouseM
Company, Columbia. S. C. e
R oom for your cotton.
Take no chance, but usea safe
For Sale by
C. H. CANNON.
Coal! Coal!! Coal!!!
I am making arrange
ments to'establish a coal
yard and will be in post- ..
tion to supply your wants
for both hard and soft coal. I
Should you wish to buy
your winter .supply forj
August or September de
livery I would be pleased
to quote you prices.
See me before buying. hi
I can deliver any~time af- a
ter August 15. m
S. B. JONES. 0o
SELL A JOB
end. Its because we
-oughly, and are careful
a which we kno'w .will
ou know exactly what
s are we have it, and at
>u want, our large variety af
for making,. decision easy.
O't buy unless you care to,
y one of the gr
n Patent, I
netal with t
The College B
xtest styles in I
iade to fit--wi
iannish last, e>
)w cut. Exclu
erely a matter of
irn, keeps growing e
ising after you have
3ople fall into the he
oughtlessly, and im
>u are bcund to succ
le pay 4 per cent
hy not open an )
D. DAVENPORT, Pres.
C. CARLISLE, V-Pres.
HY is it that the average
money and property
m to be? It isn't because I
terage man is Industrious at
30,000 in the past ten year:
uch serious thought either 1
is thought would teach him
ould spend carefully and sa
aces any man ahead of his
A Bank Account helps
money, makes it easier t<
and to have a growing bal
penses. We invite your a
4 per cent. Interest Pa
The Bank f
Paid upen Capt
Protection to Dep
M. A. CARLISLE. Burgt
R. L. LUTHER. We i
W. A. C.KIBLER. We i
JOHN B. FELLERS. p
W. P. PUGH.
G. W. BOWERS. We :
i. C NOSELEY. ms.
-eatest makers of
in the United
Kid or Gum
>utton or lace.
oot is one of the
th military heel,
otension sole and
;pending less than you
asier too, becomes sur
practiced it for a while.
Lbit of spending money
igine they cannot save.
)ss and carefulness and
interest on Savings.
erry, S. C.
M. L. SPEARMAN, Cashier
G. B. CROMER, Atty.
man is worth so much less in
than we have a right to expect
e don't make the money, for the
d has earned from $10,000 to
3. It is because he doesn't give
o his Income or his outgo. Seri
the true value of a dollar; then he
ve steadily.. That system soon
you to realize the value of
handle your financial affairs
ance after paying necessary ex
ecoun't and will help you to save.
er ciol Bon.L,
id in SvnsDepartment.
r Your Savings.
NA TIONAL BANK,
RITY, S. C.
y, . . ,25,000 00
Dsitors . . $58,600 00
ar Proof Safe.
ar and Fire Insurance.
and prompt attention.
ant your business.
esa conserva tive business 'on business prin
pci e de ost in t his d ep rt ent fro