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1. H. AULL. EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
Serrv. S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Tuesday, April 30, 1907.
The News an( Courier pays ti
following irbute to our Con-gres
a: 'lThe Hon. Asbulry F. 1'eve
meiber of Coilg'ess. who spoke
the Chester Colton Farmilers' Asst
ciation Saturday, would have receii
ed mlore applause froml the.. townishi
political leaders in his audience, W
suppose, if lie had devoted more c
his address t tthe d1eni111intiol of a
Streot lmanlipilhitors n111 to a pie.tll
-stue portiy'd of farmlers%'woe.
ibut lie went out of his way to spea
after the mane11111e.r of a level-hIeade
buisinless ma,pointfin." Out Ilhat Ilh
nearest way 1) prosperity is for ti
farmlers to diver-SiCY, to produce m11'r'
of, Ihe commlioditics 01hat (hey n1ol
iiport aiid to abandon the follyv o
periiting- themiselves, to bie absobe
inl colton phlnting" allone. From thl
brief stininiar v il' Mr. l,ever's aLd
-dress Selt to) 1'lhe .Nvws and ('ouri( ,l
we illst ill,er tIhat it wvas Ilill ol
practical and1( vahtlable sug1stin4a
free of the flai, stale anat unprofitabli
Comlplainli.11,gs that Constitute thle sloel
ill I rade of most Congressmen wI
speak to farmllers. It is distinletlv rv
'fresli Ii to observe a Cot)grevvssmlal4
ii stlell . 1 epil-t i-0 fli c he co
ventlional haranlu1e.'' vlgh ou are,
Mr. Alitilor, iliI a eleaner, better mar
is not to be fouI1d in 'ongress.-Or
The iHerali and News takes pleas
ulre inladdinl-' its enldorsieent to tile
Above ill re-arid to Coll.iTessilall Lev
er. 3Mr. Lever while a Lexin-toi mian
is not far across from the Newberr.
line anld h1a11s Ilially friollS in New
berry. who have watched his eonrse
withi interest and are irratitied it thi:
hiluhi stand that he has taken as I
711emiber If o(n.1-ress. lie spent sen
ci'al Yellrs in Nt-wherrv iz a stilelt
of N.\*wherry vol.e froml which i
stitultliln hie Wa.1 rblntZl
A LIVE TOWN.
In prinitinl flte (141mmun1icalmn writ
tenl by a Mr. I>ucket and dated a
Whitmire. The Herald aiid News lha(
:nto purpose 4'f d in injilry to Ihis e.
terprisill. and pro'vgressive towI. V(
ha.ve hionvi ill ma1.1Ny wayvs our ap
preciationl of thle vinterpri,inw' citiz
ens of this (omnlillity. and we di<
not)1 feel that anl arliele opposilnu tll(
establihin t .f L - iW u(' ni1tY witl
W h l ) it i - I it' cout yI V (. "I I w old hi
m ii 1ntru 1 in : !L V ay w a det ri
a l. 'I -'lle 1' .-I -. t i n hii ' l :t
I ' ei t I \v ii I'h :I t,w( \v 'I' r ev 1-- d1
1I libnk in ntit ion 'les, ini(el
is nit at all l nt es ry t, the .aIr,wvl
adt devei II'llfIlpm t--I of e i lcy twi *
. l n lit aI new ..ui t - .iL -
si'i'uld Lilind w'i!1Ii'thL'1 Whi'ir M
it iL.('i ha 4 n thei4i4'~i4 , tab l1uet a
(t i tilelI wry 4 e1 t it 'ion mill1( P ate Pi
pithe4 banintl iLst iion it is iene
ofitslfI'l that4 a 1 cour '-'t houe nd a noi
dtriaL4'l d'evilopment iof the' town.l'l~ la
anyt 'Ihi ele i an iii ai 41lr ('iSf 11tm
kh(''11 l i i1' iao viaS W i' ILmi iL
Neh'eiy.~'I 4'Li'ndu i, ;u'iiin iita. ;
110r0ii'e an wabi sbe lihis to see &'It
citiens, it ofithi n prosite ion tak111
hame noiihei'o m:ior. he(ou
We int m naot cotto n til aeh
dsbutin fthat ctyaonfedepe
pre oie. ad mvedrnto mthm
toillc ditts fro N rinal la
ger.ili thej ni'lll)l't LOllf pesio
rsm o mceriei' a wehei'w
Nfewbi'erry recivearths te nlm.
.''''o000e mor thane has )ver0 whi
ab0 out fe tmes ps uh aeso iNeo
berry, a itoosad bys ofd er$a
same nube o en 8ot to fihe Cof
ernt arm. Th inceas in Sp
the appropriation of imoney for this Z
pirpose. The iden underlying our
pension laws for this state is not to 1I
pension every de-serviig Confederate v
soldier, because (liat woild inclulde r
ev'iy otie of them, btt to assist those
who wel-e in. aeltial want so as to
keep tlhem r*n Ilhe itecessity of be
Voiin-- ilimates of the couity home.
Tlia.t idea has been stretched, how
l ever, an d we are itielied to believe
Iliat inl maiy counies (lie boards
s tretch (lie illient of the law with the
idea that tle Ione.y hats ben a -a
prinlted and1 they had jiust as well get I
as mch of it in their cotnty as pos
sible. We still believe that f a uniforn
lax was levied on each county for tie
puirp)ose if paying Cpetisioiers and t(lie
dist ribiulioni was left to tle offlicers
of eaeh eounty. .that the moiiey raised
would (i a great deal more good.
lIon. (1eorge S. Mower went. over
e to Abbeville on Sunday to attentd the
L. 1,un1ieral of Mr. Len. White.
$150 PER MONTH
Why work for a mere living when
doll a easily clear $7 profit on each
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.
NOTICE, LOOK AT THIS.
Your certificates, for youlr stock inl
tle TCE PLANT, are now ready to be
delivered to you. anll we are anxious
for you to have them, so please call
for thei as soon as possible, at the
2w J. H. Wicker, Mgr. R
Books of subscription to the capi
tal stock of the Whitmire Drug Com
paniy will be opened on Friday, April
26. at 12 o'clock, M. at the office of -
(lie Whitmire Drug Company, at
Whitmire, S. C.
H. K. Boyd,
If you can't find what a
you want in something
good to eat, come to
Fant's Grocery. Our
stock is always full, and
complete of the best it
you can be assured of s
good and fresh at the
Rockefeller's MOneY is
The Bee Hive se
ing. Shoes, Hats, (
vests, Men's Unch
Clothing, Lace Ci
Lawn, Muslins, Tr
Buy for Cash Sell for Cash.
Cheaper than any other house ini Newberry,
e C. We have no book-keeper to pay, noth
- added oii the honest, good pay customer
help pay the other fellow who can't and w<
A few specials for next ten days in ordei
miake April the biggest mionth in our hist<
IWe will offer for the inext teln days i5 perc
Srebate on our enitire clothinig departimet
23 Meni's check and fancy worsted suits
for $i6, for the next teln (lays, at $z6.oo les
Sper cent, $2.40 or the suit, 13.60
y 24 Men's fanicy worsted suits sold for $i
p aind $m..co less 15 per cent-$2.o2 or $i i 48
' Hundlreds of other suits at same reductiot
-All Calico 5 cents yard.'
I ,cO3 yairds 40 in White Homespun 5 ets.
.Q i,5oo ytds checked Homiespuni at 5 cts. y(
~ Ihg assortument of white and colored Mm
from 3 % cts yard to the best.
140 yds. good 25c. Matting at $6.98 for 40
:Now in W. T. Tarrant's
Wholesale and I
ramestown Exposition, Nbrfolki Va,
For the above ocesion the Char
3ston and Western Carolina rAilway
rill sell cheap round trip tiekets. For
ates, etc., see ticket 'agent or write
0. P. A., Augusta, -a.
We are now ready to deliver to
our home Ice made of good pure
ater, home made Ice, Ice today, Ice
>uorrow, Ice the next day and Ice
1I the time. No ice famine any more.
7o are going to give you good ice,
lcap ice, and good service-we
ant your trade, we need it and you
Everybody skates but mqther,
She sits around all day.
Lookind very cross at father.
Who skates his time away&
emaining open until Jun
to 10:30 o'clock. Admis
en 10c. Use of skates 15c.
Music by McCrar
nly a few $5.00 Cotto
ill close out at $3.50 c
Little Joe Harrows $,
djustment Harrows, m
Razor and Swing Stro
ed time only, for one
:ory. Unconditional g
uls high gradelf
laps, Odd Pat
irtains, P. K's,
unks, Men's To]
. ... S)
ing ..- M We
nt +a S Shoes
rto .-2. i- ... the pi
ent 0 ( and C
cu ~ .IJ ( Tin<
old . . Shoce
-.5O I Ribbt
the -5[i 125
o [j O -- worti
M (D10 m28C
.2 O every
+ og cher
yd. 3 -0 0262
Iiii O 0 fords
y'ds- * $3.oc
Store in South
old Stand, opposite Ne
to Geo. D. Davenport'
L. BAILES & C
'etail, your money bac
ought to give it to us-we have gone
to a great deal of trouble and ex
pense to help our tQwn and we want
to help you and we want you to hlip
us. 1 promise you good service. If
men are not polite and accomodating
to our customers white, or black I
want you to phone or see me and I
promise to make good.
You will get your Ice book from
the office, or from the driver, no ice
sold on credit.
Farmers Oil Mill,
J. H. Wicker, Mgr.
lau, Mau 3.
-M3 Cut Mother
Brother he does likewise.
So does sister Ann.
Everybody skates but mother.
Even our old man.
15th, every MONDAY,
and SATURDAY nights.
sion: Ladies free, Gentle
y Concert Band.
n Planters left that we C
ach. COME QUICK.
3.00. 14 tooth Lever
rorth $4.00, only $3.50
p, worth $3.00, for lim
dollar bill. No ghost
ty, S. C.
'You, It Taint for Me, I
fry Goods, Cloth'
;, Ladies' Under
rop Skirts, Boys'
Percales, White J
p Shirts, etc.
toes and Oxfords.
are agents for four of the best manufac
in the United States, TI. D. Barry's fine
and Oxfords for men, price $5.50 to $3.00
dir The Brown Shoe Company's Shoes
~xfords for Meni, Ladlies and Children
John Mitchell's special $3 00 ano.~ $3.5
for men. G. .H. Gerber Shoes for
s and Children. The fluster Brown Blue
m Slhce for boys and girls.
pairs Ladies' Oxfords, plaini or cap toe,
$1.25, special 98 cents the pair.
pairs Ladies' Oxfords, worth and sell
where for $r 50, special at $1.25 pair.
pairs Ladies' Vici Oxfords, bal or blu
cut at $1.48 pair.
pairs Ladies' $2.00, $2.25 and $2.69 -Ox
,vici kid or patenit -leather, at $1.98 pair.
Clies' fine Shoes or Oxfords for 98c. up to
,.for the $3 50 kind.
wberry Savings Bank,
k If you want It.
A . handsome
fords, all siz(
at all br
We can'fit all 1
C &U S mi
:apital $50,000 00
t the Commercial Bank sho,
ne bank's business. It also s
THIS BANK'S D
re getting on in the world an
t's a good plan to make a dia;
nd liabilities before becomi
crutiny is always in our favo:
'he Gommnercial Banki
4 per c
Interest paid in our Sw
"The Bank for y(
NO. M. KINARD, Pres.
J. Y. McFAI
In fact anything you n<
Don't forget to call c
They are also agents
line of Ox
the Stock is
Surplus $48,800 40
ws a healthy growth of
d adding to their wealth. j
gnosis of a bank's assets
ing a depositor. Such
r. Bank here.
of Newberry, S. C.
0. B. MAYER, V. Pres.
med along that line.
for Laurens Steam