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$49,ooo,ooo of its stockholders' pr
1,.,und for every policy holder of this
t 'fro what policy holders pay
It id'40 years old. It has over $i
the,most liberal policies of any Lite I
Znore cash and more paid tip Tnsuran
1 largest dividends of any company do
-Call to see us.
Office over old Post Office.
Farmers' Union Bureau of
-Conduoted by the
South Carolina Farmers' Eduea
tional and Co-Operation Union.
IWCommunications intended for this
department should be addressed to J. C.
Stribling, Pendleton, S. C.
Sell a few bales of your cotton at,
or about, the Farmers' Union minl
imum of 11 cents and pay your cred
itors all, or at least half, you owe
them. But don't glut the market.
Better still, where ever you call
store. cotton in a good warehouse do
- it, and turn these 'ootton certificates
over to your creditors and keep all the
cotton off the market that it is possi
ble to do, if you are not pushed up
hard for money don't put a bale of
cotton -on the market now and let the
price go up to 12 ecents, where our i
South Carolina Unions put the price
in the outset.
But don't for a moment undertake
to dodge your creditors or do any
dirty tricks in order to save a few
Let no Farmers' Union man sell out I
his reputation as an honorable man
bu not standing up square to his just, i
obligations with all men.
It does no man any credit to do a
shabby deed to get even with his un- I
Two wrongs don't make one right
The cotton market is pushing up,
trying to get above 11 cents, but the
cotton farmers keep piling the cot
ton on the market every time the price
starts upward, and this rushing cot
ton on the market holds the price i
The cotton growers are now the <
worst cotton bears in our country-'
they are the men that keel) prices
from rising by dumping on the cot
ton every time the market starts on a
The . men that supply the cotton
growers and have that amount of cot
ton under their control could now do
a great big thing for the Southern1
cotton growers if they would only
come together and pull to save this
*advancement in cotton for the South'.
-. The blind, selfish g'reed that p)oses
sea s.Qme men will never allow them
to consider the wvelfar'e of their count
try at any time..
These men nev'er once realize the
fact that the country protects their
property or they -ep,uld not possesa
this selfish grab after they have tak
en it for their owvn.
A cow that suicks herself is about
as good a citizen,. and does about as
much toiad. increasing the wealth
andgene.rai proseprity of the country,
*as-'the, supply man who . makes the.
conditions of his conti'acts with the
farmer in a way that causes the dume
ping of the cotton erop) of the help
less mortgaged farmers on the mark
et all in a few months time.
Some of these men that furnish
thes helpless, improvident and un
business-like farmers wvith supplies.
say that they don 't knowv they coulsl1
manage to control the affairs of theirI
- customers in a way to help the cotton
farmer in getting profitable prices
for. his cotton. But the last one of
*them know how to control 'the af
fairs of these silly farmers in a way
to compel them to turn in their crops
*to themselves at the chosen time,
whether prices aire profitable or un
profitable to the farmers. ''Every
fellow for' himself and let the devil
take the man that falls behind'' is
too often the blind, selfish plhans ot
Oil Mills are Not Paying Enough for.
Professor J. M. Johnson, of the ~
Unilversity of Georgia, says that $10 ~
per t- a is low water mark for this ~
ymni's, ton seed crop.
Prof. Jo'hnson fin' es that each C
dollar pi't on to the -' lng priice .ot
seed mctaas an increase o.. $5,500,000
to the farmers of the south.
At present prices of cotton oil and
Besides Assets f ti
Mutud Life" is the
ivate fortunes is, by the State Ltw
company. Stockholders. according
o.ooo,coo of business in force in 40
0ompany. It writes all forins of pc
,e at end of premium paying peri
ing business in South Carolina.
meal the farmer should get at least
018 for his seed, which amounts to
5 per ton loss to the farmer on encn
-on that he sells for $13, or a loss of
>ver twenty-five million dollars on
le whole crop of the South.
This loss oin seed in one seasoin
ivould put up enough warehouses to
ake care of half the cotton crop of
lie whole South.
Our Farmers' Union experiments
ast year proved that ground cotton
-cod paid nearly $25 per ton under
-otton and $19 per ton under corn.
Farmers don't sell your seed for
;ix or eight dollars per ton less thanl
lie seed is worth for fertilizer. Far
ners must look more a'fter the busi
less side of their farming for their
>wn interest and quit taking the other
nan's figuies on everything.
Cottonl specllitors and the mills
vill soonl oet all the weak cottoil out.
if the hands of tihe unorganized cot
on growers. When these colditionls
wevail the farnier cotton bear become
i bull ;id works right. into the hand
)f the organized cotton famer, who
ias nianaged to hold his cotton oft
lie glutted market.
Now the Farmers' Union had much
-ather have the supply men to join
ii with them and take care of this
%eaker class -of cotton growers and
-eep this profit inl our own county
dhere it will help everybody. But, if
>ur own people will work with us, we
rill, of course, take any help that we
an get without committing ourselvem
rith the speculative element.
There is not one interest in the
vhole Souith that is not benefitted
hirectly or indirectly when producers
) colton receive, good profitable
>rices for their cotton. When there
s plenty of money afloat every one
an receive some benefit from a live
Tribute from Old Comrade.
A. J. Livingston was born in what
vas known as the Dutch Fork on the
2nd of October just sixty-three years
go. He lost his parents early in life
nd was bound to an old gentleman
y thme name of Henry Werts. He
Iad served his timie out about the
ommencement of the wair. He volun
eered in Companiy B, of the 3rd S.
3. Regiment. He was a good soldier
uid did what lie conveived to be his
unty. He was unpretentious and not
~ond of high sounding flattery of
I remember at the battle of Fred
ricksbur'g, wvheni our line extended
ionig behind the rock fenice, where
t was almost certain death for a man
o show himself over the rock wvall,
seneral Kershaw, I think it wvas,
vanted to senid some order ' to an
ther point oii the line and he ask
d whto wvould carry the message.
roung Livingston said, .''I will carry
t.'' The General looked at him and
aid, ''D)o you think you -can carr.,
? '' His reply was, ''T will try."
hei Genteral gave him the dispatch
nid said go. Like an arrow lie shot
long the works, a tar'get for thme
ifles of hiundreds of sharpshooters.
Sveruyb)ody expected to see him fall,
ut lie seemed to have a char'mcd life,
e wenit aiid came back safe. The of
icers anid mcen eulogized and compli
riented him. His reply was, ''Meni,
only did my duty.'' His p)lace ini
anks was never' empty unitil lie lost
is leg in the h)attle of the Wilderness
n the 6th of May, 1864. When he
mas carried back to the field inifirm
iry the surgeouis say that he. wits shot
broughi both thighs, thought his was~
mortal woud and( left, him 'till late
a the day, wheni Dr. Evans passed
im and said, ''How ar'e you by this
ime, Lidvingston?'' His r'eply wvas,
'I am slighhtly disfigured, but still
a the +:'' ' Hius cheerfulness touch..
d Dr. Evans anid lie had him placed
n the table and- mputated one leg
nid dressed the wound in the othel'.
He came home from the war with
ne leg- and after the wvar lie chose for
is life par'tne" 'Miss Eliza Rateree,
nd wvith one leg and his little wife
.e s 'irted Ne i's battle and by dill
ent' and. ?cr.nemv they have i'nisnd
of California, a guaranteed Safety
to Ltw and Charter, derive no
States and Territories. It writes
>licilds. It guarantees in the policy
3d than alg compi ny. It pays
3e' Agt. for 'South Carolina.
and educated a good large family and
saved plenty for old age.
He served his county well, he lost
all but lolor, lie was a good man, i
Christian, he has answered to his last
roll call and we have no doubt lie is
wearing a crown of victory in the
spirit w%:orld. N
Good-bye old comrade. We hope to t
meel you again, where fihe clash of
arms and roar of cannon nor ainy of
the troubling noises of life are heard.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
George Johnstone and James F. J.
Andrew Kinard, George Cook, John
Cook, Catherine Livingston, other
wise called Kate Livingston,Martha
A. Kibler, John A Kinard, Wilbur
W. Kinard, A. Bond Piestei and
Elizabeth J'utliinson, otherwise
called Bettie Hutohinson, Defend
By virtue of an order of the court
berein I will sell to the highest bidder
before the court house door at New
berry, South Carolina, on salesday in i
November -1906, within the legal
hours of sale all that tract of land
lying and being situate in Newberry
County, State of South Carolina, con
taining sixty-two and 35-100 acres.
more or less, lying on waters of
Eleazer Creek and Cannons Creek and
bounded by lands of or formerly of
the estate of G. G. DeWalt, Samuel J.
Kinard, 'Mrs. Elizabeth J. DeWalt,
Mrs. Carrie Hunter and others. This
being the land of which George A.
Kinard died seized and known as the
Terms of -sale. One half of the
purchase money to be paid in cash
and the balance in one year from day
of sale the credit portion to be se
cured by bond of purchaser and the
mortgage of the premis'es sold with
interest from date of sale with leave
to anticipate payment, the purchaser
to pay for papers and recording of
same. H. H. Rikard, Master.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By John C. Wilson, Esquire, Proba te
WHE~REAS, John C. Goggans, C.
C. C. P. & G. S. hath made suit to
me, to grant him Letters of Adminis
tration of the Estate of and effects of
Th.os. F. Hendrix.
TH-ESE AIIE THEREFORE to
cite and admonish all and singular
the kindred and Creditors of the said
Thios. F. Hendrix deceased, that they
1>e anud appea)Cr before me, in the Court1
mf' Probatec, to be hlcd at Newberry
m Mondlay November 26, next. after
piublicat ion thereof, at 11 o'clock in
lie forenoon, to show cause, if any
h,y, have, why the saidl Admninistra, ..
tion should not be granted.
(lIVEN under my Hand, this 15th Ii
lay of October Anuno Doimini, 1906. -
J. C. Wilson,
J. P. N.C. E
Its peculiar legal organization m
0 years old, JI gives the greatest
ost. Its non participating rates a
>wing are the rates per $1,ooo on
WHOLEi 20 PAVMERNT
ILGE LIPH. IFEP.
20 $14 65 $22 6o
21 15 00 22 95
22 i5 35 22 30
23 15 70 23 70
24 x6 05 24 10
25 1645 2455
26 z6 85 25 00
27 17 30 25 45
28 17 75 25 90
29 18 25 26 40
30 1S 75 26 95
31 19 26 27 50
32 19 84 28 05
33 20 40 28 60
34 2105 2920
Charleston Gala Week.
Military day of Charleston's Great
r Gala Week will be November 7.
'lie guard mount and parade will be
Old in the afternoon. The guard
iount will take place on Marioi
riuare and the hour will depend uponl
lie number of squads' that enter the
ouitest., but, will probably commence
4.30 o'clock. After the guard
ouit, the line of march will to taken
qp along the principal streets and
fter passing the revieding officern
lie parade will be dismissed. Froni
qflics received from out-of-towr
ompaniies to the invitation to enter
lie guard mount it is certain that
lainy of then will send squads tc
lie city to enter the contest, and the
incess of the exhibition is already
Will soon be
>WANT TO SE
I have been In the business a I
end me an order and let me prove it.
My prices are as low as good
teet the competition of unscrupulous d
I am doing
My prices ai
Mutual Life Insura.
akes it the strongest Life Insurance
guarantees written in the Policies
reless than any' other company doi
Wo10L. 20 PAYMENT
35 21 70 29~85
56 22 40 3050
37 23 15 31 20
38 23 90 31 95
39 24 75 32 70
40 25 b0 33 50
41 26 55 34 35
42 27.55 35 25
43 28 60 36 20
44 29 70 37 20
45 30 0 38 25
46 32 15 39 35
47 32 50 40 50
48 34 95 47 75
49 36 5o 43 10
assured. All the companies in Char
leston will be represented, beside
others of the 3d regiment and som<
from the other regiments of the State
The prizes offered are worth compet
ing for, and the competition will b
keen and interesting.
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
Notice is hereby given that the per
sonal property of Mr. M. M. Playe
will be publicly sold on Mcnday
November 5, at 11 o'clock A. M. Th
sale will take place on the Pet Mer
chant place, near Mr. Dan Dominick'
and Mr. Welch Wilbur's places, thre
miles from Newberry, above Helena
W. R. Gantt,
L. M Player,
at hand and w<
-ket with the gc
Corn and (
LL YOU SOME
ong time, and am a good judge of whit
whiskey can be sold for. When It bec
ealers, I'll retire.
business on the square, and won't have
,but secure you the lowest possIble rate
e as low as you can expect to pay for re
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West Point Special Rye, Ovr Lea
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Victor R ye- Exception ally good,
Peivate Stock Corn (1 years old), r
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Sweet Mash Cora ...,....,.,
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WHOLt 20 PAYMENT
AGE TIFYE. 141VI,
0 38 15 4450
39 90 46oo
52 41 75 47 66
S 4375 49 30
54 4 85 51 15
55 48 1o 53 10
56 5050 55 20
57 53 to 57 45
58 55 85 59 85
59 58 80 62 45
60 61 95 65 25
61 65 30 68 16
62 68 92 . 7145
63 73 80 74 95
64 78 35 78 76
- E UTOlS SALE.
3 By authority of the last will and
testament, of Mrs. Martha Caroling
- Caldwell, deecased, I will'sell, at ane.
tion, for cash, at her late residence in
Newberry couinty on Thursday, the
1st day of Noveiber, 1906, at 11
Sf'clovk in the forenloon, all the tan.
gilie personal property of the said
- deceased in my hands consisting of a
' piano, book-case. bedsteads, beds,
P niattresses, quills, and other bed
3 clothing, clock, carpets, chairs, trunk
- and wearing apparcl, gold spectacles,
3 jewelry, silver plate and many arti
I cles or household and cooking furni
J. F. J. Caldwell,
E are still in the
key. Everything I sell is good and pure.
omes necessary to offer cheap mixtures to
your orders on any other basIs. I do not
geo by Prt t Ixigs-ss.
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