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THE WAGE EARNERS.
They are Obtaining Their Share ol
The Unprecedented Prosperity of
WVashiington, Oet. 19.-A bulletin
Mt Wa111ecs. hiouirs of 1,abor, and kiretail
prives of food just issued by fihe Uml
ted State Biremi of Labor is of in
teVeSt lit tIhis tillIC f'o' tte" rI1son1 that
it slows 1that wite earnit'es are ob
taininl"g at full sliare of tle iinipr'e('('
dented pnospei.-yI of Ihe .mnr.Thle
wage andS111t hours, of, l1kbor cover1.ed al1
Ihe iprilipa manu ftac trin g alld
li . 1 lit ' Iwsi - i i- f th' e 111 ' ite
ta., t or I he sixeIn velarl nm va'
"t and 1 he 1pr1 ic.I .r fn
itv Ior the se period.
f e irt year4 1 INvr Ithe rve
pi I uort N..I rs o f a 1 i0 ( e e t
pr p),I' v ll rit 'le.h m i i Ivd by Itndol
aIII I t' I pli I I . Thlenl vanli I lie dv
pres!sion --f 1S!.5 and t he !Zuceceeding
years I*ollowed byN the( wave of prom
per'iy tIhaI i., n11W sWieepkiIIt- 4IVer thle
coi 111 1 t aIt is ri II c I ta I y i
I .\ 1 tXC llvI,t lidv of the t*
f-vc .I ' hit rcvi i va I of h u I ies <>n
W.t Q I e Ir.i , i Is I deier b a ci-aeqIII'
lo\ h;:t the aver.l.-- wag,,e per;
h.in.' ho e( 's '(31itt 21. t s i t lit w it le~
thei ant hiour., wiked Iliper week
hIs devn-v d I :l ( i per ve nt. ll hat
thc nvvini.,et w\,rkm.n, workin-u short- l
ur !!ns l )ta:! in 11194, l i t oa - 16.7 -w r
en m e .in wet.( I 1 iOnl. hi s 1 am
jitiL l h th1e h ll ht'. at' eneral t
viat t-e a'e i the ;tLlm s :- t o uli
t i'-.r I n t i a1 w l i . : l 1kt-r l l(t
h:t beent a nmhil t li lIw t hem tor4:It
lt t h'
in wages. IThe ,wes i h
Pric ' o il. wt-i, t ed1: .r n t
Ith.e .iev i t' filnniI im ul ,1 e-1 i
c1n 1i:4. 1 h1v ineit i r at the f-cl; 1 a* I
lies -it 7lit'7 W il i'tr'ill ha,
tmt itlhaI t ly o d I.~~ per ent. at.il
14 l iller is Ii tg i;e e ut io j itt thae, i.'
. 1'l' dl I''igl I..! 1 . i nt It ll.a n l .
1t i t. il tiu d -e iti ''11 til I ;ttk lt t I .e
Ilt n a l to' t e itl,t . i-v
m h.y d in 1'.ii' s ' eat'V' 1 ,i with
lugl i Th 'e 'hewasn i'n; yi: -'It
per t. In i t!:i r p ul, n ry -
0in 0thOye 4.n11-lyed ln 1it wdre
wI l, wIr in 1va .\, a e - -I
qun to thr .:n athouind. l m.e
paid ill wge w:as 5.7 pur ent
reame iels an iano94.
Ao interestin- oact ill conneetiln
With te, increalss in the avera.le1
priceso or bcommdiies is that it laeg
bilin yst Carked ior tile prictes lf
a.rielural pOdicts and raw man
terials xeneally. Tie average increase
tension mirle ls. bthalet thaliv lno
n f sth prits of abllin tes hA
CreedNl cost 1 raw aterialt and the
vork bein-g done in tunink line terri- I
loy alole-eliefly for the ilprove
nent of facilities oil existing lines- F
hows tlat thle expenditures of the
wo years will total about $400,00,
)00. This takes no account of the
'ost of the thousands of miles of new
inlos tinlder Way and projected in the
iotthern States aid in all ite vast
'egionl west of the Mississippi from, p)
lie Catadian border to the Rio
.rantde. This work means the employ- b)
iient otit arinies of ien and expondi- a
ires for wages itn a larger scale tlla n
vOr before. It Imensia rivin rail
'-lld facilities to many localities now N
rtliout tlm aind greatly improveo
e1r1vice ott ell i tines. n
ACTS IN SELF DEFENSE.
Mherif f Kills Negro Who was About
to Shoot Him.-Gives Himself
Shteriff Hood (of Fairfield county,
c.. shot and killed Fred Grimles,
lias lienry Jolinson. all escaped conIt
-iet of Fairfield county. Tuesday i
101115tn.'.n Iiini Tnhneun
Sh it t l t' is niw servigti his
ronv fli ent to ares t thel
!r'' and -ent a tiei to talk tJohn
Cenl t from 'th e ti eld to htis houte. 1Here
le shetrif ruhed up cn him. The
er it reaedk niiid ot hi giun dowvn
rtm the mantel and drew it on
herif Ht d. The henff called on
tartedl to ,hit,t but the -heritff wa:
hiradte. killin.q him intiantly.
Sheit Ilod ame in and R vurrUen
r'.i t lupy Shietitit Ayver', in the
Ien e If i heri t I Ii. He ha
m ly I v e t I I efed hm.
I Ie ..11.
th Uhtn Icure abIIout stIx
htltil tron tilie i ni thvie COncord
President Roosevelt Liable.
r b in pr- ..-ii tratr x
Theila mavltt er v e wa etfdy rlled' to the
.lie of te civil service comi
lisin a dIt (,,I(. r in ins l ittletir
reidet( R eet As tie ofw tHe,
rienalcivl srvc reformers was II C
memer io the civil servie com I
iisst4in at one time and is a stickle?
ioi thetl elioemen''iIit Af the law. He
nuil. Thei eivil servi''e law as r'e- e
etyreie s'ays that no legisla
'te.exeutivle. judlicil. military
r niaval 'Iffic'er, etc., shall contribute
> any political fund any amount
'hat ever. antd t hat none of these shall
iret ly or indirectly so,!ieit or r'e
ti ve ori lie ini anyvfl0I manne contcerni
d in soliciting or receivin: g any as
ssnient, subscr'tiptiont or contributiton
''r any po IIlit icail puripose whatever
rom'i anyv ff'icial of' any kind who
*r'.'iv- ('I... -nsattin salary from ta
n,y money o el ived( from the treasury
I. the UnIitedI States. c
It has beten shown the civil service
lmisi onth that both the president
1. the IUnit ed St ateCs and the Honor
bleo .1 im Shierimana ,immer of con
re-s. htave' clearly violated this and
appemIi' to1 all that if the Iaw' i
ittort(t'd b.,th mustt het finted or irn
'::. is= berine widely dliscutssehd at
hie t'apitail toa andi1 tit thi" papjers of
omorriow'~ will featunre the story. 1
Ztacih MeGhe e.
IR. MANN TAKES
- SUMMARY ACTION.
'diored i!radtedl school in llorentce aPt
hie result of' the sumrniary action on
lhe parit of' the superintendent of city
chiools. Dri. .J. L. Mannir. According to
le law ofi thle c'ity' shiools a suplemJT
itary fee of ff.i.0 is required of ev-t
ry child npJion his entnrance at the V
egLinntintg, of the session. It seems.
liat the negro pupils were so diere
ict in this matter last year that the
tiperinitendlent decided he would not
(lerate the trouible andh delay again
his year. Dr. Mann accordingly an- i
outnced to the negroes that unless
lie matriculation fee was paid on due
int lie woutld be compelled to expel
he delinquce'. 'Ionday morning,
rue to hiA warning, he proceeded to
xpel 0- than one-half of the i
chtolar', -notified the principal
nd: M.rvtnera to allow none to reenter
ithouti first p.ying tbt required
ee. The enrollment this* ysear was
bout 400 and only 48 had paid the
'RANK R. HUNTER & OOMPAN
,eal Estate, Stocks Bonds and Mor
gages Bought and Sold. Office
over Herald & News. Telephone
Newberry, S. 0
We offer for sale the following pr<
1. Seven room cottage, near Nev
erry College. Good garden, stabl(
nd orchard. Has both well and eit
2. Cottage and 2 acres land nev
:. Six room house and 1-2 acre 1<
ear Mr. I?. C. Perry's residence.
-. Four room cottage and 1-4 act
it in same block.
5, 6. 7. Lots on Floyd and Purce
8. 9, 10, 11, 12. (5) lots on Mclntos
13. Store room out on Mlcntos
14. 5 room cottage and 5 acres lan
.,ar Mr. Neal's residence.
ill, will sell as a whole or divid
to lots to suit purchaser.
32. 21 1-2 acres land near Molloho
33. Store room at Mollohon mill.
34. One acre lot near Farmers' Oi
36 and 37. Lots near Farmers' Oi
ill. 5OX150 each.
3S. L-t 25X154 next to Hair an
avird 's skyserapper.
39. Lot 25X154 next to No. 38.
40. Lit containing 1 1-2 acres nea
r. C. G. Blease s residence.
41. Lot near Mr W. F. Ewart's res!
42. 4 r4iin votta-ze and 3 acres han,
itlin city limits.
4: and 44. Two lots near Mr. W. I
ei iev residence containing one ner
4:1. Lot SOX325 near Mr. 11. 1
46. 47. 4S .49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. Lot
the Duncan property.
. I/L .t e'nt aillill one alci' (I
01. . . n i X25
wh. Kinlar. !reet in Jonet' pre
01. 62. .) lts cfintainim-, 47X24
*- achl. n Kinard street in J -nes
64. 65. 66. 3 lets c' n aining 50X25
e- each on Kindard street in Jones
67. LIt 50X250 on McCaughrin Av(
(*. Four room cottage with gooi
rden and water. on Kinard street.
69. 70. 71. 72. Four lots on Maii
reet containing 70 X 210 feet each.
73, 74, 75, 76, 77. 5 lots on Hun
reet 50X236 feet each.
78. New residence and eivht acre
Ild within city limits.
79. Lt 50X200 4n Ilunt street.
S0. Desirable resilence, vith mod
11 inpr,vement. Close in.
S1. Seven room cottage. Close irl
ited with electric lights and wate
82. The D)avidson property contain
g 3 acres. Will cut to suit purchaset
84. Lot containing 1 1.9-100 acres, i
85. 22 acres land 1-2 mile fror:
86. 200 acre farm near Whitmire, 8
.and only one mile from R1. R.
87. Plantation near Pomaria con
ining 260 acres. Large dwelling, et<
. 425 acres land near St. Philip
turch. Two sett lemnents.
89. 70 aacres4 land one mile fror
rnaria, S. C.
90. 52 acres land one mile fror
5)1. 85 acres land1, 7 miiles fror
92. 107 acres timber land near Di
93. 360 acre farmn near Kinards,
514. 20(0 acres well improved land o
95. 70 acres land niear Mr. Be
96. 140 acres land 3-4 under goc
ire fence and only 2 miles from cit
97. 132 acre farm, 2 1-4 miles fro:
98. 300 acre farm known as U1
09. 198 acres timber lands near M
.. J. Gibson's.
100. The Cline shop proper.ty, coi
uining two story b)uilding and 6r
101. Building lots on Bounda;
102. The Cromer place containira
23 acres well Irmproved land.
103. Tract joining No. 102, contal
g 130 acres.
104. H!ouse and lot near Jacob:
105. Desirable renting property.
106. BuIlding lots on O'Neall stre
107. 8 acre pasture within oi
108. DesIrable building lot contaii
ig 2 1-2 acres.
Weo will buy, sell o)r excham
1ocks and bonds of all kinds. 14
our property with us i
FRANK j. HUNTl
hoes, Hats, Clo
J. & P. Coats Spool Thread On
They are now.selling C
y hair worth 60c. for 48c.
Mohair woth $1.00 for'
worth 60c. for 48c , Mel
i worth 60 for 48c., all co
b worth $1.25 for 98c., Grey I
.12 1 2C., Tricot Flannel-, all colors,
Voile-blue, grey and black, worth 3
1i all colors for 5c. to 15c. Miss Massio
any of her friends. We also carry a
h selling out cheap.
Paysinger New I
Notice is hereby given that the
n books of registration for the Town of
Newberry, S. C., are now open, and
j the undersigned as Supervisor of
Registration for sai1 town will keep
.a said books open every day from 9 a.
in. to 5 p. in., (Sundays excepted), in
cluding the 1st day of December, 1906.1
Eug. S. Werts,
Supervisor of Registration.
CHARLESTON & WESTERN 0AR
Schedule in effect June 3, 1906.
Lv. Newberry(C. N. & L.) 12:36 p. m.
Ar. Laurens 1 :42 p. m.
e Lv. Laurens (C. &. W. C.) 2:09 p. m.
Ar. Greenville 3:25 p. m.
Lv. Laurens 2:07 p. m. r
Ar. Spartanburg 3:40 p.m.
Lv. Spartanburg (So. Rry) 4:00 p. in.
Ar. Hendersonville 6::5 p. in.
Ar. Asheville 7:30 p.m.
Lv. Laurens (C. & W. C.) 1:30 p. in.
Ar. Greenwood 2:48 p.m.
Ar. McCormick 3:40 p.m.
Ar. Augusta 5:25 p. m.
Pullman Chair Cars between Au
gusta, Laurens and Asheville, tri.
weekly. Leave Augusta Tuesdays,
Thursday and Saturdays ;leave Ashe
ville Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
Note: The above arrivals and de
partures, as well as connections with
other companies, are given as infor
[ mation, and are not guaranteed.
Can. Pass. Agt.,
t Geo. T. Bryan,
Greenville, S. C.
STORE YOUR COTTON.
The Standard Warehouse Cornm
- pany offers its splendid facilities to
the farmers and dealers of Carolina.
warehouses located at Columbia,r
Greenville, Greenwood, Orange
-burg, Anderson, Newberry. C
- LOW STORAGE RATES.
s ABSOLUTE SAFETY.
a WE INSURE YOUR COTTON.
n Receipts good as gold.
Inquire of your local manager for
rates or address
CHAS. T. LIPSCOMD,
Secretary Standard Warehouse c
n' Company, Columbia, S. C.a
d Room for your cotton.'
Take no chance, but its a safe (
r. anda REVIVO
e "Made a
ee, and eftee u
O5aaIndlgorettowio.a gn t... ens,o
ata,ugew or inariM.i not oply oures
A ca great
tROYALMIOlOwlE 00.6 Marine Wtg Obiu. IN. N
Co. Dry G
,OMPLETED THEIR STOC
thing, Dry Goo<
I Cent. per Spool Lmied ti
Worth of Dress Coods,
iray Mohair worth $1.2
, Gretn Mohair worth
78c., Red Mohair wortI
ance Suiting worth 6(j
lors Brilliantine worth
renetian morth 6e for .18c., Wv.
worth 35C. for 24c., Silk Brocades
oc. for 22 1.2c., Silkette Linings, it
Williams, wh> is With us row, w:
ime line of n-w Shoes worth fr4
CO.'S DRY GOQI
uilding,.just below the.Smith Co.
W. E. PELHi
We sell Sure Remedi(
is is Reliable. We gua
action with every packc
When your doctor wi
>ring or serd it to us.
>ractices; we use pure
nake our highest aim t
vishes. Our prices are
[HE BANK OF
apital Stock - -
Jndivided profits -
,Interest allowed at rate of 4 y
Special attention to farmer.
mall, none too large to enlist our
) meet and greet you. Call in.
E. G. Wise, President.
. F. Browne, Cashier.
Board of i
4i. L. Black. A. H. Hawk
k. S. Birge. J. S. Wheela
1. P. Boozer. G. Y. Hunte
'The longest pole knocks down the
few York. While there secured1
heap thu;.-. (not in quality but iF
bout complete and we invite inspec
ledge hammer prices, and in Dress
rom 5c. yd, to $1.50. Elegant Gin
3hecked Homespun 5c. up, Jeans, I
ine Clothing, men's, youths' and
lew York scooped lot of Boys' CIo
['his breaks all records. First lot al
oon. Hats and Caps, new Broadw
he r.ewest and prettiest. Don't tal
ust right. For Groceries, Hardwai
~x and Bay State. Shoes, Drop Hea
ears. '793 old reliable Domestic ]
i,ooo bushels Seed Re4 Oats,- sacd
Beautiful Parlor Organ, Oak, $45
Making 23 HUNDRED Barrn
EE FLOUR Just .Received ari
Best Ptent $4.40
Best M l8Qc. bu
Is and Notions.
IOne Spool With Each $1,00
:5 for 198c., Plaid Mo
$1.00 for 78c., Blue
60c. for 48c., ZAbiline
c. Tor 48c., Brilliantine
35c. for 24c , Broad
isted, all colors, worth a3c. for
all colors, worth 35C. for 24c.
l colors, from 1(oC. to 25c., Outing,
i be glad to show these goods to
>mf 25c, to $6.oo, which we are
?s. What you buy of
rantee Absolute Satis
Lge sent out.
-.tes your prescription
Our main business is
Ale allow no slip-shod
;t medicines only. We
> carry out the doctor's
, Newberry, S. C.
ITY, S. C.
- - $25,000,00
- - 12,160.00
'er cent. on time deposits.
i' accounts. No account too
best attetiiion. It is a pieasure
G. Y. Hunter, Vice- President.
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, Attys.
Ins. P. B. Warner
er. J. F. Browne.
r A. G. Wise.
persimmon.'' Just returned from
he new things, nice 'things and
i orice). Our immense stock is
tion. We can only mention a few
Goods t he new things, shades, etc.,
gluuzns 5c. .yd., Hom... un 5C. up.,
'lannel, Outings full line. Elegantj
boys', and Overcoats. While in
thing which we offer at 49C. suit.
yout sold out .second lot expected
ay styles. In Millinery we have
~e our word, co,me and see, priees
e, &c., we lead the van. Battle
d Sewing Machines warranted 19
dachine, $65.o kind $a5-oo
ted 660. bu.4
~Is of that CHOICE TENNES
d while it lasts to go at
>h/ gu aranteeck,