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LATIMER NOW WELTEY MAl
Has Grown Rich ~Since He Eutere<
Politics-Wants to Stay in
Washington, April 10.-The immi.
-gration commission, of which Sona
tor Latimer is a member, will mee
here some time in May, according t<
present prograimme. This commis
-sion conlsists of three senators ap
pointed by Vice President Fair
banks; three representatives appoint
ed by Speaker Cannon, and thre(
other members. appointed by thi
president. Congress created tht(
.CoMllission for the purpose of study
in- tle immi!-ration problem fron
eVel'y point of view an1d reporting
II.-n it at sme fu1111tre timue. Th<,
law amorliste commission to "r(
abrnmll. tolho!A erie and take
teamI lwy :'d do ah1nt anythint)i it
(f ;inereszl relhfive to abenis CoIlmn!
lo ti I nited Sta:es.
Senor L101t11.i wa" i1d 111b1 y ),N
Vice Prosiden', Fairbanks as the
Denm-ra tie mimllher it the selate
Qnd of the cvimmittee. Ie vill. if he
'At-irtz. he able (t --I( it) Europe w:41
mo:w41y being provided for tile werk
..)r the ci111 i on ,44,1. It is co'nsidered
,proIbbl that Senlator Latimer will
avail himst-lf ,If the opportunltity tit
- )11 aa bro id1 th at lie will levote
h11e Imlost of this year o14 work conl
neted with tle eommn inis'sion. whIich
wv ill I po blym W)v not co nc1 Iile its I
biors f4.ir a yearI. and a half 4r two
years. As Senator 1,atimer will un
questionlably Ie a candidate Iext
year to succeed iinself i he will not
hep ab)e to do4 Imuch inl connlectionl with
the vollnission af'ter nIext spring.
Sentator. Latimer ias, a11111o1ived
hiAZ intention of mlakin a trenuous
t'eht to sneeeeI hilliself. Ile is ll
I n,Ild ho bho wnbymnnw
all m:dne inc h e menerv.1 politics.
and) hv .11 1r a o I t, lpv:id c'.nsider
ableo monvy inl efiippinl.. hi.z mrgani
zatio I 'm Iir a iht. It is hisli plan to
1) blole tlie people of' the state with
a l0 iml that he has done much work
in the senlate of, i qiiet iaturl.e. le
will say that so far as tAlkinl.- is
hv ' '441 '' Hi 11.11ch
h,m i has lv''t4,1d hiis l, t4 i1 -
1111tee w ork 11141 t t III, lo'-I-Illill, 1 il1
the floor of the senlate t ait puts
thrIvouhdI itimls of finiavial beiefit to
roads. blut t i c( t 1 that vonllress, huas
never "ivenl favorable consid(erationl
o pr-opo;itions of' this kind and
,-robabil never . will, vanlnot i'ove of
oneh use to the selator. As an ap
>-eal I vraes who nlre not well
posted the ood roads stlnt ma1 go
soedistance. buit the prac-ltival mlanl
in Washinton knows that SeNlatorl'
Lathner'i is wasting his time trying to
pr..'haly kno L4w" it hmselft. Th is
qir4e i allns of 1 hoenmentii money.
na rnlnit 4 l 4 iiled to)4(1 hav someiIVi
ofl the . doplhu-1 of Uncle ion ipent
i: , e t ll
T44 .r i in e i! 'f who uni
no. Geneall ' pakn,ex oer
nor1' lleywarid appear,l'1 itt'b tihe choice
of1 mios: Soulth 'alinai4: ple1 whio
comlie here. 11le has a stron41'. hol
amlfonl the( farmerl'ls of1 the state, and
that wonhi1l coun't "1tronV14'ly 1 11t himi
in thle ral4C.
A weull polsted1 nmla a few d1ays ago
Mahian, of (Co4lumbia, ighit get into4
.the -itaee. liIe said that Mr. McMahan
hlad made an excellentI imnpressionl
an11d no enemhies in tile gubern'lator'ial
-ace last year'; thlat lie was ia goodl
'epeaker', an able man and a comeri im
state politics. As Latimer does not
appearfl to have ai cinch onl the pla0ce,
"this naturailly couri1iages an openl
'field and numerlClous Cand1idaltes.
Representative Lever' is said ta
halve had the miatte I underilC 'oniderlCI
ation a long time, but lhe hans not
reached any conclusioni.
W. W, Price.
JOHN TEMPLE GRAVES
In a Speech at Bryan Banqubt Sug
gests That Bryan SWould Nom
- Chattanoogh, April 10.-Edito
John Temple (raves' suggestion tha
0 W. .1. Biayn nominate Roosevelt
wilich the Georgia editor intended il
- a eulogistical speech to Bryan ban
-queters this evening, was denied ut
.J1hn1 'Tomlinson of Birmangliam
onle of the speakers and toastmasters
met (Inaves on his arrival from At
lat ita. at noon, and requested omissioi
i11f this reference in ,his speecb, argu
inx its impropriety in view of Bry
1n's presence at tie bau41et. Col
(;r.lvos deelined to ater his views 01
1i l(ject Iis Speech to enllsorship. 114
tomled (he hanlqulet a.s Anl invited
ii, remainin but a short while
%0it'll le lef, the halil1et 1:1ll for, al
.\11l1nta train. This affernIoon,"% Mr.
Graves addressed a letter to the pres
ideit litf the Bryan Ann 1iversary chth,
delendinill-t his position.
lit his letter Mr. Grave, dehlared
th1.t he yielded it) )o wne in his pro
fudand affTectionlate relvand for
Niti. 1lrvan-,tit ait t fortht,FMCMFD1,
Mr.,iryan and,for the Demoicratie
puty, bit that he Was profoundly
cnicdthat inl thlis period of tre
m1)nd1114 ::. evonomiita c-risis thle only man11
who can earry to successfil conclh
sion tle reforiml instituted in behalf
(it' the people was the ma,1n who is al
11e.lyc- etreltrecel in tle power and
presti-e of datilitless couriae and is a
c1n1spiellouls success inl the executive
Considered it Manly.
Contininig, he said:
"MV reasons for stating this eon
viction at a Iryan baniquet With
.r. 11r1yoln presviet, was he)f c nse 1
oin.id'ed it the maily and Dellieo
eratie hin 14t do.
"''The timne Ili voiee .1 sentiment m)
min111l'll tois t, the life anld prosperity
atdt ti the reaiization of the best
ideals (it a real Democraev is in a
(101un)SVel 1f the faithful and in the
fill presence(11 if' ouir , _-rea(t and shin
i -leaer ~wh wiidd be teire tf)
. . .1 Ir , ill v')l1demlnll
w it h t he ul I 'ne ofi I his i- fluence
il vloquemnce as he m11ight see fit.
" It appears to te that the only
lair ind.1 honest thing" to do was to
speak Inmy c'victions in full lconcil
I with, 4,pen voice. Ti this belief
mny sp-eih iplon tle request of the
.ss ci: iated Piress has al-aily beei
seit out to the newspapers of the
"I have not one particle of dog
matism,i nicir anly mlere pride of perl
S01111 opinion. int pressinl -g t.his matter,
but tle publicity already given to my
spwch c ommits ie to it so far that
em 1an41t pinl-miurae or lin consis,teney,
siupres thitkart 4 n which tlie whole
Finally Allowed to Speak.
kitllent in: ChatIttanOooga. April 10
A ic W8 ih'cltock 1 t 't ohn1 ITemple
b:ntinehit hall anal is now deliverine
Mr. Graves Returns and Speaks.
'hat tanoa, Ter:n., April 10.-A
-4enisat Iionail teatutre 4of the hanqpiet
2iven hlere ton;i-ht hv' the l'orvan .\n
Drva was)I\~i the '2iest 4f 114mor1. wasIt
the lell t nd subsequen4iltct sp)(eech of'
.\t hiti a(Ge''rian,. w~ho ini his let ter
refuie i speak heru tac':11Ihe ast
Mr., Bryan Reph'er.
manner1 for'ii his honeicty mtid his hold(
n :1 :ui satid itf ther'e was' anyiplae
in the'~~ worilwher4ie ablsolt ftreedomi
of '' peech~' shlttd prevail it ou2hIt Ic
he~ a D emou erat ic gath lerig. lie atdded
t ha;t when lhe hand heard Mr'. Gr'aves
h1:11 r-el i'ed fr4m th Ile hall hecenuse Ither'
mieyhi he doubhts abou4t the wisd1om of1
whatou he had to say, he had sent 'Cm
-i-ted that Ithe spech should be de
l iered. Tuninetiii direily to the subt
.iet tf Mr'. 1rav'es' r'ecommnendation,
Mi'. Bryvan said:
"As at priesenit advised T shall not
pr'eset t Ihe name oft TIheodore Roose
velt to Ithe national Democratic eon
ven'tion. Beat' in minid, I say, ' as at
Mri. B3ryan contenided that if after
matur i-c onsideriat ion and reflect iou
lina the pre'(ntio ln of' the ar'!gn
ments1 in ith lii- se,i' lie should fee(l that
his duty lay in that direction, he
w~ould presen t Mr'. 1Rnosevelt 's name
even thouotgh it should prove to be the
last act of his life. IIe then went on
to say that if any Ve0Nipnn was
to be s0lected by the Demoorats to
head their national ticket the man
- should be Senator Lafollette of Wis
consin. Mr. Bryan then proceeded
with Ils speech, presenting reasons
why, in his opinion, Mr. Roosovelt
r was not the proper man for the presi
Setting the Date.
An authior was once called upon to
pay a bill he owed. The creditor
spoke strongly, and insisted upon
some definite date being mentioned
for settlement. "Certainly,'' the
author rejplied, ''though there seens
to be rather Ilitlecessary commotion
about this trifle: I will pay the hill
as soon as i think of it after rceiv
in th ie noroy which aI puibilis%her will
Py mein :)so lie accepts the novel
whieh I will write and send him ji
S4 101n as I feel in ..n cIer( t
11ood aft er a -(ealfly , _,ood idea fol. a
11lo1 has ot-L-urr1ed to meul.''
"Be gvi ood and you will be lone
SoI.p'' .says Mark Twain. One of
Pittshur's twenty-eight ''good mC.1"
married a divorcee on ih day after
tho hemnet and so is no longer in
At a meeting held in Washintn
to rai:e ftnis for a national univer
sit v. Jolh n Barrett proposed that per
s:4nis wishiig to -speak Comtribute t'wo
dnts the minute for the priv 1'.e.,
an)Id then spoke fifty minutes, pavinu
m1n1IIv. This is an excellent plan,
provided the doors be locked to pre
vent the escape of the audience.
The regular annual meeting of the
Stockholders of the Newherrv Cotton
Mills will he held in the r(oms 0f
Te ( hambr tf Ct meiIllvrce Wed i
a . .l:v 1-. 19i7. at :10 o]'elock
Z. F. Wright,,
(;(co. S. Mfower.
$150 PER MONTH
Wlv work for a mere living when
Yol can easily clear $7 profit on ech
dollar. Work in your own locality.
Sells at almost every home over and
over again. Plan and complete in
struction by return mail for 25 cents
Address. J. F. Clark, Conway, Ark.
Here's a Test.
If you want to know whether you
have cata.rrh of the lungs or not,
silImply expectorate in water. If the
suItlmIll sinks instead of floating you
have lung eatarrh, the forerunner of
tle great white plagie, consimption.
Other sy mp V tons are short breath,
ni.-hAt sweats, slitchies inl side. unusu
ally brihmt. eyes, extra loud voice,
easily tiredl. prominent collar hoines,
usually hopeful mind and hiss of or
Whilie these lat terI signs ae('ompany
lunig t rouble, the first, mentioned test
may be considered infallible, and
shonl he hieeded by a thorou h course
of' Andes' Great Prescription, the
mnost reliable blood( puifier anmd con
sequment healer of d1iseasedl t issues on
the market. It is but wisdom to hark
en naturme 's waring if one recgar'ds
and( health1. Each hour's delav in
creases the risk, emtiling addlit ional,
yet. unnecessary suffering.
Andes' Great Prescription is an
honiest remedy'. showinaue its eon tents
in :laini Enyl iTh on every label and
ta 1ka r. T is rreconmimnde t'l a cmure
iiuly ct'inil diseaises. .\m1ongW them
-ov4 'at atirrh. wvherev'er situta ted. irheu
!1lion'ns. blood( impurli1ities and re
.ilt in.. 'iniminicaltions. II ('ost1 pei r
hottle. tlhree for $2.50. or six for $5
Thon a nils of bottIles h~avye been d is
ributed by Wim. E. Pelham and Son,
and iiot a singlre failure or complaint
ha:s bieen received. This is a wonder
fuml record for any medicine. Get a
bottle and make your own test.
A lot of meadow hay, baled from
$16.00 to $25.00 per ton. Rieduction
made on large lots at the hay barn.
Thanking our friends and customers
lor past favors, hoping for continu
ance of same, call on wirite.
Jeff T. Cromer, Mgr.
Ri. F. D). No. 5..
NOTIOE TO BUILDERS.
T1hme standing commit tee of the
Board of Trustees having aut.hoized
t2he sale of the lloardig I fall at New
lherry Colle, ~~pprpoiti1ons for pur
chia'e sha.uld lie made to Dr'. (. B.
Mayer, College Tr'easurmer. P'ossession
will be given just after commence
menut. James A. B. Schierer,
Sa Bi JONES'
IS THE PLACE TO GET
Good Things to Eat
ON SHORT NOTIOE AND
AT MODERATE PRIE8.
Oysters on Half SheH. Oysters any
Style.. Fish, Game, Steak, in fact
Everything that the market affords.
Patronage of Ladies Solicited.
Opposite Newberry Hotel Offlce and
"Next Dour, to Pool 10oom.
LOOK FOR THE SIGN
S. B. JONES'
W. M. AUGUSTINE, BEEF MARK
Blest selak ........... 12 1-2 ets.
Ottr entts from 6, 8,and loc. per lb.
Pork 12 1-2 cents per lb.
Steak Pork 15 cents per 11).
Oys*ters. nest 40 cents per quart.
Fish, etc. Near Senn's store.
SHINGLES-I have plenty of shing
les. Call and get prices.
0. W. LeRoy.
FORGET THE WAY
That's the place tom get
good fresh things
We keep new goods
coming all the time.
Full line of staple and
fancy groceries always
Fresh bread from Co
lumbea every day.
Yours to please,
At Factory Prices.
Write us at once for our special plan
of payments on a Piano or Organ
If you buy either instrument through
us, you get a st.andard make, one
that will last a life-time. Write
Malone Music House
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
For Catalogues, Terms, Etc.
ECZEMA and PILE CURE
FREE Kno"n "d"vmatut was to suffer
IwlgieFREE OF CH ARGE
to any afflicted a positive cure for Ecze
ma, Salt Rhum, it;rysipelas, Piles and
Skin Diseases. Instant Relief Don't
suf fer longer. Write F. W. WVILLIA MS,
400 Manhattan Avenue, New York. En
the ContraCt for
your new build
ing see W. T. Liv
ingston. B e st
Lock B3ox No. 59.,
Newberry, s. C
Agents at Al
We. Are Waitino t
Start with a small deposit. Li
stantial prosperity. St-ady strea
of affluence. A dead dollar is th
which earns you nothing and is 1I
live dollar is the one which you p
always safe and earning interest.
no danger to your cash as it is p
interests are always taken into co
cial institution proved trustworthy
if not a customer of ours why r
Come to see us anyway.
THE BANK OF
G. Y. Hunter, President.
J. S. Wheeler, Vice-President.
This is unmistakably the right
Stationery or anything else in the
dious your taste may be I have tU
how small your purse may be, 1
paying. I have the largest line of
just received a lot of new local vi
of the new Court House.
THE.. DA.SY.SEE.D COI
Columnbi8n IBeauty Seed Corn, clh
took the ')remium at the 'World's Fa;iri
grain' and( sinall Cob. wveighs 6o Pol
he Statlk ; grows from 130 to 20d 3 Hs
weight in gold. T1he Seed from
brought here from Genoa, Ioualy, iun
Th~e price of this valuable Corn is b:
30C. One 'ound Soc, Three Poumu
Bushel $3 50, ( ine Bushel $5.00, '1
$12.00. Every package guaranteed
cheerfully refunded at once, A pa
WVatermelon, Tomato und P~Lumpk ir
Corn order- I refer you to Hion. J,
Winston-Satlem, N. C., or to any reih
today andl be ready to plant when the
ways the cheapest. For a success,
THE DAISY SEE
R. F. D. No. 3, Wins
J. W. WH1TE
IZ E RS~
' the Best.
ATE AND" OIL CO1,
n, S. C.
a Wait On Yole
ttle savings now mean sub
ms of savings make the flood
. one which you hide away;
able to turn up missing. A~
lace in this Bank where It is
When left with us there is
roperly cared for and your
risideration. A reliable finan
by years satisfactory service.
iot become one?
y, S. C.
J. F. Browne, Cashier.
place for you to buy your
line. No matter how fasti
le kind to suit. No matter
have a price you won't mind
Post Cards in the city. Have
sws, among those is a card
Spromio, cornof' thewold I
TPhe Corrn is snow white, large
mds(1 to t be Buhel. 3J to 5 ast
ls to tie Acre. It is 'worth its
hich thi s Corn wais grown was
890, ! y Col. Gleo. Sic n erg. The
'mail, p)'sI .Le p.titl, Ha;lf' Pound
S$1 00, OneI~ Peck $2 00. Half
wo Bushels $9.<co, T1hrt'e Bushels
to give satisfacetion or money
chage of the World's Premiunm
Seeds go FREE with every
P.- Stanton, ex-register o,f deeds,
ble mierchanut in the city. Order
season comecs. The best is al
on-Salem, N. C r
An examination for teachers will be
lid on Friday, April 10th, 1907, at hod
ithmetic, algebra, geography, his- .t
bjects such .as English, grammar cos
o 'clbek,,a. m, B3esides the ordinar3.C
ry, physiology, and hygiene, quos
0fns will be submitted on Hughes'
istakes in * Teaching, Peterman, Fri
vii Government and current event;9
lie examination for w.hite teachoet
ill be held in- the offen of thle count
perintendent of education, for CO/
ed tenebirrs in the court room. shh
J. S. Wheeler,
Co. Supt. Eduentioni