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$40,000,000 of its stozkholders'
Fund for every policy holder of th
profit from what policy.holders ps
It is 40 years old. It has over
the most liberal policies of any Lil
more cash and more paid up Insur
largest dividends of any company
Call to see us.
Office over old Post Office.
Southern Says that it is Going t
Improve Conditions in the Pled
News nd Courier.
Col- -ii, October 17.-Secretar:
F. H. AcMaster, of the South Car
olina Traffic Association, returne,
from Washington, where lie went t
attent tle conference with the of
fieials of the Southern Railway in re
gard to the passenger service on th
Southern's roads in this state, abou
which the Traffic Association an
citizens generally have been complain
ing f-r the. last few months.
The conference was entirely satis
factory, and the South Pirnlinian
were assured that the Southern de
sires to do all it can to ace-mnodat
its patrons in this state. Generv
Manager 1-. B. Spencer promise
that the extra passenger tin on th
Piedmont Air -Line would be put t
accommodate local travel. This tra:
will run from Toccoa or Westmini
ter to Charlotte, leaving the Georgi
line early in the morning, about tw
hours later than No. 36. This trair
No. 36, has been run in two section
for some time in order to handl
the passanger and express busines!
but it is not a local train and doe
not meet the demand of the people o
that section. Returning the tral
will leave Charlotte in the aftornoo
making the South Carolina points b<
In regard to an afternoon train ov
of. Columbia, for which there is F
great a demand. both in Columbia an
in the Piedmont section, Mr. Spenec
assured the gentlemen that it is in
possible to put on such train, since tli
earnings of the Columbia and Greer
ville branch do not justify the exti
train. However, it was suggeste
that the train leaving Columbia abot
noon, at 11.25 A. M., at present, ma
be held here until 2 or 3 o 'clock i
the afternoon, meeting the deman
for an afternoon train out of Colun
bia and enrablinrg the business men<
Upper Carolina to come here ar1
tra~nsaet business, returning to thle
homes the samne night. In order1
do this, of course, the schedule of ti
train leaving Greenville at 9 oclock
the morning and( arriving lere at 3.
will have to be pushed up, makir
it an early morning train out<
This arrangement does not au
Greenwood at all, which now has
afternoon.train to the upper secti(
of the State, and it does not suit A:
derson very well either, but Ande
son will accept it rather than the pr
sent state~of affairs, when no tra
arrives on time. To meet the wish
and needs of that section, it is pr
p)osed to change the running of t1
cannon ball, train, which nowv rui
between AAiderson and Greenvill
leaving Greenville about~ 2 T. M. U
der the proposed plan this train wou
run frQm Greenville to Greenwo<
and thdn up to Anderson again. -
Spencer agreed to consider this ph
and lhas given no definite promi
either as to this or as to the afte
noon traini out of Columbia.
In regard to the complaints aboa
the roadbed Mr. ,Spencer asured tl
conference that the Columbia ai
Greenvill Road wvould soon be la
with entirely new rails all the wa
It was at one time proposed to' tal
the rails from the Piedmont Air Lii
and put them dowvn on the Columb
and Greenvilhe branch, but this
found to be undesirable andi entir
ly newv rails will be laid. The work
laying new rails on the Columbia at
Spartanburg Road has brogressed
far as Shelton and will be hurried
completion as rapidly as the weath
d il permit. Mr. Spencer declar
:nt on account of the continued rai
this summer the working- force h
not been able to do any wvork,
would have been unsafe, as well
coothy, to lay raodbed in such wveat
or, and the railroad has been as mu,
hampered as the farmers haye be<
in their v. rk.
0 Besides Assets of th
c Mutual Life" is the 4
private fortunes is, by the State Law
is Company. Stodkholders, according
xoo,ooo,o6o bf business in force in 4o S
e Company. It writes all forms of pol
ance at end of premium paying perio
doing business in South Carolina.
MISS KRUPP WEDS. t
Daughter of the World Famed Arms 11
The Event. 0
Essen, Prussia, Oct. 15.-In the ii
presence of Emperor WilliQm and 140 k
guests, Fraulein Bertha Krupp and
Lieut. Gustav von Bohlen Und Hal- a
boch were married today in a little .
imporvised chapel adjoining the e
- bride's birthplace, the villa Huegal.
- The ceremony was performed by the
pastor of the neighboring village
t church, whoLe the Krupp family ha"
- The emperor sat with the family
while the simple Lutheran marriage
- service was performed and then step
a ped forward and congratulated the
- bride and bridegroom.
3 The bride wore a princess robe of
I heavy ivory tinted 'crepe de chine
I with panels of point-de-Venice anA
a had a four-yard train. The veil wai
a of Brussels lace and talle. The bride
i wore myrtle blossoms on her head
- and had a few sprays of these flowers
A at her waist. Aruth Krupp, father of
3 her cousin, gave away the bride, who
i, was attended by her sister, Barbara.
a Lieut. von Bohlen's brother acted
e as his best mal.
I, At the wedding breakfast, which
a was served at the conclusion of the
f ceremony, the emperor drank the
a health of the bride.
t, His majesty said:
"Honorod. couple: The blessingn
and prayers of all present will ac
t oompany you through life. Man;v
o young couples where the husband is
a not in the service of the state or in
r any particular profession will not
find it so easy to answer the que:
e tion of their future life as you will.
t- If they are serious they will aim at
a promoting the good of their fellow
d creatures in the community to which
it they belong, and consequently of the
y state. It is truly peculiar to the
n young generation of today to accen
d tuate the personal ego, in seeking to
i- thrust it into the midst of things, in
f sisting on their due rights and seek
d ing unrestricted enjoyment and tihe
r recognition of these rights. However,+
o one thing, and that the most import
e ant is forgotten-namely, that, righits
n bring with them obligations. With
0 out obligations it is impossible to
g imagine rights. Rights without obli
f gations lead to dissoluteness and
it Tihe emnporer adressed the bride as
n his ''dear daughter'' and alluded to
n her ''sainted father, the good genius
i- of the arms factory, unrivalled in the
a- The couple afterward left by spe
n cial train for Krupp castle at Rhel
as neck, onl the Rhine, where the honey
-moon will be passed.
ie The bride's traveling dress was a
a severely simple gray cloth costume.
e, The weodding guests included, six
s-- foremen and 14 men fi-omn the Krupp
id works but the wvorkmen generally
dwere not given a .holiday in honor of
r. the wecdding.
in Bertha Krupp and Liet von Bohlen,
se before the wedding, announced their
r- joint gift of $250,000 to the Work
men 's Invalid Fund and Mrs. Krupp
it gave notice that she had donated nn
Ie other $250,000 to the same fund and
in 125 acres of land on which to build
id economical model dwvellings for the
O harleston Gala Week.
La Military Day of Charleston's Great
1s er Gala Week will b)e November 7.
0- The guard mount and parade will be
)f held in the afternoon. The guard
id mount will take place on Marion g
is square and lbe hour wvill depend upon
to the number of squads that enter tho
er contest, but -will probably commence
in at 4.30 o'clock. After the guard
1s -mount the line of march will 1)e taken
as up along the principal streets and
it after passing the reviewing officers
as the p)arade will be0 dismissed. Fr'om
h- replies rnecei ved from (out-of-town
31h companies to the invitation to entei
3)u the guard mount it is curtain that'
many of therm vill send squads toI
>f California, a guaranteed Safety
to Law and Charter, derive no
tates and Territories. It writes
icies. It guarantees in the policy
d than any company. It pays
,en Agt. for South Carolina.
lie city to enter the contest, and the
ticeess of the exhibition is already
ssured. All the companies in Char
'ston will be represented, besides
thers of the 3d regiment and some
rom the other regiments of the State.
'he prizes offered are worth compet
ig for, and the competition will be
een and interesting.
Each company entering the guard
iount is required to send a detail of
welve men, and shortly before the
xhibition the officers will hold an
For Sale By
I am prepared to sell Wrap
ing Paper, Paper Bags, Pa
>er Cutters, Twine, Hat Bags,
.ard Trays, Box Paper, En
elopes, Pens, Penstaffs, Ink
Mvucillage. In fact anything
In the Stationery line at whole
sale prices. I will save yot
your freight. Call and see m<
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COURT OF PROBATE.
J. WV. Peterson as administrator e
the eBtate of Mrs. N. M. Speer, de
,ceased, and in his own right
Thomas E. Peterson et al-, Piain
Jessie L. Peterson, Defendant.
Complaint to sell land in aid o
personalty to pay dlebts, etc.
Pursuant to a decree of the Cour
in the above stated catuse, I will sel
at public outcry, to the highest bidde'
at Newberry t. H., S. C., on sale3daI;
in November, 1906, being the 5th dr
of the month, during the legal hiouri
for such sales, the following describe
tract of land, situate in Newberr'
County in said state, and being th
tract of wvhich the late Mrs. N. li1
Speer (lied seizecd and posses.sed, t,
ivit: all that tract containing sixt:
(68 46-100) eight and forty-six on'
hundredths acres, more or less, bound
ed now, or formerly by land of Mrs
Chupp W. Abrams, Jesse Senni am
others. A more full description o
which will appear by reference to
plat of the same made by F. Webei
Jr., Deputy surveyor on Novembe
Terms of sale. Cash-Purchaser ti
pay for papers-If the terms of sal<
are not complied with the land wvil
be resold at the risk of the first pur
chaser, on the same or some subse
quent salesday, upon same terms.
0. 0. Thompson,
Judge of Probate, Laurens County
The Pacific ]
Its peculiar legal organization mv
4o years old, It gives the greatest
cost. Its non-participating rates at
lowing are the rates per $1,ooo on
WHOLs 20 PAYMENT
AGS IE IE
20 $14 65 $22 6o
21 15.00 22 95
22 15 35 22 30
28 15 70 23 70
24 z6 o5 24 10
25 16 45 24 55
26 16 85 25 00
27 17 30 25 45
28 17 75 25 90
29 18 25 26 4o
30 18 75 26 95
31 39 2s 27 So
32 19 84 :to 05
33 20 40 28 60
34 21 05 29 20
inspection and designate nine who
will go into the contest. Companies
are allowed to furnish a detail for
the battalion, and enn lno enter a
separate squad, which will represent
the company individully.
Besides the competitive guard
mount there will be a guard parade
and review, which will be participat
ed in by the companics of the Nation
al Guard, the cadets of the South
Carnlinn. Milit.ry AendeIky and the
Porter Military Academy and the
companies of coast artillery, United
states regulars, stationed at SuIlli
van's Island. The parade will be the
largest held here since the Exposition,
and will be enjoyed alike by Charle
tonians and visitors from other parts
of . .
Will soon be
I WANT TO SE
I have been In the business a
ISend me an order and let me prove It.
My prices are as low as goo<
-jneet the competition of unscrupulous
1 am doing
My prIces a
WIutual Life Insuranc<
,kes it the strongest Life Insurance Co
guarantees written in the Policies of v
e less than any other company doing
WHOLE 20 PAYMENT
AGEt LIFEt. L4IC.
35 2170 2985
36 22 40 30 50
3 23 15 31 20
3 23 90 31 95
39 24 75 32 70
40 2500 33 50
41 2655 34 35
42 27 55 35 25
43 28 60 36 20
44 2970 37 20
45 30S0 38 25
46 32 15 39 35
47 32 50 4050
48 34 95 41 75
49 36 50 43 10
FOR RENT-A good two horse farm, 1
good dwelling house, two tenant
houses, good out-door building and (1
good pasture within two miles of C
Prosperity. Good smooth land. 0
J. M. Wert", d
Prosperity, S. C. a
"JUST AS GOOD" is "N 1 THE 0
BEST ''-buy only the enuine,
Shaw's Malt. For sale t0 ie Dis- e
FOR SALE-3 very desirabie build
ing lots, 74 feet front by 150 feet
deep in the heart of the progres
sive town of Whitmire, S. C. For
further information apply to
D. H. J.>nes,
Raeford, N. C.
at hand and we
'ket with the goc
SCorn and Q
LL YOU SOME I
long time, and am a good judge of whisk
I whiskey can be sold for. When it beco1
healers, I'll retime.
business on the square, and won't have ye
a, but secure you the lowest possible rate.
ro as low as you can expect to pay for relit
* All Orers In Plain Paca
West Point Specmnl Rye. Our teader
Sylvan1|a R yo....,..........
Monodram Rye-Absolutely Dure.
Victor Rye-Etxceptionally good....
Private Stock Corn (7 years sid), noi
Emperaa CornSpror quality, r
Mountain Corn1-Absolutely pure .
Sweet Mash C a ........
As~k for cy Conpeto Catalog.a
mpany in America. It is nearl y
ny Insurance Company at les a
business in this section. The fol -
WHOLT 20 PAVMF,NT
LGH I,TFx. 1,IC.
50 38 15 44 50
fr 39 90 46 oo
52 41 75 47 60
53 43 75 49 30
54 45 85 51 15
55 48 zo 53 10
56 50 50 55 20
57 53 TO 57 45
58 55 85 59 85
59 58 80 62 45
6o 61 95 65 25
61 65 30 68 16
62 682 71-45
731 74 95
64 78 35 78 76
'OTIOE 0' FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the un.
er.signud ili. on the. 30tH: day of
letoher, 1906, make a fiil settlement
ii the estale of1 Mary Anne Monts,
eceased, and will ininediately there
fter apply to Judge of Probate for
.tters disissory as administrators
f said estate. All persons having
laims against said estate will pres.
At same on or before that date and
11 parties due the said estate will
lake pronipt payment.
V. C. Shealy,
John f. Schiumpert.
M and WHISKEY HABITS
cured at hotne with.
E lEout pain. Blook fr an
P INU ticulars ment PUAR~
al.M. WOOLGC At.D.
A 4a. O""ce 104 N. Pryoret
are still in the
ey. Everything I sell is good and pure,
noes necessary to offer cheap miytures to
ur orders on any other basis. I do not
re by F~Irs~t Ixpress.
-A pure old Pocn- ur Full QMurts Oalla'
........................$1.80 $8.80 $8.00
...................... 1.00 3.78 3.30
........... .78 2.78 2.30.
aoebotter ........1.00 3.78 L.80>
>common dcd high
................... ..78 2.78 3.30'
............ 8 ..... 28
.............. .88 ..... 20
d Goo,d. Age and Quality govern PrIce,
Romnit by Money Order or Registered Letter.
, hOUNTAIN bELL Co. ATL ANTA GA
AND MADIBON AVg.. Ni.iin aR