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JErrERSON DAVIS MONUMEN
'Ouveiled in Riclimond Yeste.da
The Capital of Vilginia Again Re
minded of the Days When it
Was Capital of a
Rie'll I n .1 Vn. -fi .i vn :5 --T Ihe ,--a
ital ofI Vira-.in t day resum d hi
gory of t tint me weln it, wals t
capital f ai naion with an thmbitio
dhat was worl-widv. A\s thle mlonul
ment o) -jelTersonl Dlavi , thie presi
dent of, thle CInfl ederallte Sta1tes o.
Americai, wast, unveiled men whio ha<
fou-lht for thiat nation's -lost causi
stood withi hatir, gratyer thtan thteir ok(
uniforms to hearl thle eilgy of thleil
del (d president and the prineiples I
"Not i- hioistilii-y lo nilivrs, not it<
l).jin, re a111Ny sevtion 4f lihe country, nl
even rl I r own 1 mvil po-em iaryN. benlel'il
bill 1 14 hi J Ii't all<d s lvn moljvi
41f In I'vv I l ithe wi!-ts w t . in lri- ed
111d wh i k i 1 i 1r11 dtyive transilif
i dui r tl I ur i idren.''
fit tlli''. Iliv W11li', 10' ,Jv Ters(w
lhavis spknbel"ln, mne 1,ited
Sitt-s Siait lit on .miv 211 Ism, w.
1t vamise rOf t i (' a4fedeaY lrsviIl
ed bef'in. the e.soliers, or -ray, lth
n11:1u1 wh l ml sacrifived 'i I Wr that
(1a1N41. TI'l-sv w i s III President
tpi hwee iniItiId oithe n m
onent --m , wa ( nneld, they were
re i n' ill the speechliev' ' o ithe day,
:i111 Imlld velhot s in Ihe hn-o of
vvIt,ran[s wil o u h f*11 or1 m state's
'It 114 whic t h1 e believv d i as I
1ot1e 4f ih m1L141 failed to sisltin
pu'hibii stI (ttc of ln.ihe lthuads.
'Iiiis ihe ihrgonith w milse of
sit0im la1irs, .inst ns hibirenl ofi that
cily 11141 fildrawn lo its plave ill capi
fo SIgu,re ithe( llullinen, ito Georg
Wlashi-its. Ilh ' li1 i prsie of
(the ,Iit' il ll' nw,rie, whoml
A'ir_,inia I- l t her voni lry.
.\.re hapI y st SI was rh e svvne Ito
d1Y in whlich t1 1h l'41-:11'ederale veI
vlr,11, Wvrv tI;)- spi-ctators, theIusv
o1 hoir at a1 Ienii tacIm was lstro
11,h:m 1.1 *N m iy eld inl 1revinl years.
Wilei tIhir rank have bween thlin
Ilinz. 1tii veler:ml), :nd their.I' f a:liliv
ha,1\1 bevni r in riviher, m1ore- pros
pert'lusl imI they ditl bSived Ha
lev woilti vver he weil ll (he dark
vlould of, ret-vnstructiln hmld S0ttled
like a1 storml 11ponl the( fa -ir Soultlanld.
Aiid so tliy were ablelo return t
this nveiling,... wichvi will go down ir
h is-ory as ill-t mllelliri.11( ae t in b e
sty of h l (Ile Con(d1erney as it livcF
in the lialrs of fixie.
Gneral CIvlee Ak. Evans of
Geria imaeti t he aaddres
tif me hday. Wilen eiv veil wa-ts drawil
from thle mionumtIlenlt, eYes were lifte(l
upward from ite statue of Jofferor
Davis to the fi-nre that erowned Ot
priisr in tie center of te eollonade
his is tie at oria figure o n
w0oma1111nown ats "Vindicat trix,'
thepolsenoldierseremembered t.he Soh
Aouth, bae comrthis whoillaran beno
tiedes finefehi thatmdbae bonz
foriht te eivd ergt
Ther iweretiny ngs ta ha
"deminren th oldsxoldes of thene.
liutisofa thernis,tDmendha eem
pedes baly4 aresp icm, the pone o0
the wails ofadine "Afeso ote, iol
gl,the halms of the nfededSates, a
Wen hich rlepodnced the fgon
every state as the -identdoetheyCwn
feeay'eeateVi onr e
L' hiig. At the top of this cmbleI o
was the flag of Georgia of blue with q
- 'the seaI of the state Ilpon it in white. s,
The State Mutial Life isuirance pe
(14m111liy)41 of Roie, (1a., issued the f
' 'i id live this conspicuois po
sitioji in t(e wreath of p:itriotic emi
blls to its own slate.
Thi ieiial lai wais the Confed- u
('nIe olff (licially elidorsed by the
1T I1r::IllVlIt of tle Confedeiate
Slas of* Amllerical. Miiy of tile
"li.s were not ill existecie. to be
'opi(d from wlin this Southern coml- i
payll, whieh halts for its field the n
Southern states, began the search for
flagsto reproduce from. But from
diescriptionls the entire list was made
[u)I and(I the sheet of flags is large e
(110u'h f'or every soldier to find on
it the otne um(ler whieh lie enlisted
Ilhe pa1lm1 tree of South Carolinla up
n bliu, surmiowAinted bY file erescent ;
Nribi C'arojina's far givin, dates of
Alay 20. 1775. ain,l \pril 12, 1776,
lie des 11111 which tle state de
v'i'd its ilindpependviee of ingland,
il therl- wavel it tihe end two E
bm'T. 4;ne( White, the other bilue, an11d
tle field 14-11 at sin]gle white sir;
\ lbi , oe Alississ;ippi, F141-rida., Louis- Ii
hu.m. TI'vinessve. Kentuickyv, A rkan-- fi
a-. Ivx.as. AMissouri ai'i Virin-a- hi
tIhe beaut-itli flags -werle presenlted 4ll
inl twhv.e 1 benyo oor owSuchl as (Ihey inl
varr.i4 bel'ore lte soil of )atitle sanle- is
The4' remiliiol ha1s beel oIle of thel h<
11n01 1otable ever hebill anIld upon its S,
1:1 l l(n)te,s bling Soulled t l the soldier1s1 i Ii
iWill sproad ovolr thle b-attlofield thleyliM
lh'It ill t (it 's, will visit the graves at
.1 oh comliaides ad1(l restuc (lie p1
phva ul res f' c11111) lift. inl reilinis- S,
I walt t4 show vou l t,h tree be- Nt
hid which I was iltioiltced to mus- tc
e ary, ' a1 gray-haired wit told an
'111el. 11)411 askill. his comipanly to .a
nev'b11 ) 1yv rwz(iol.
The scens.hve bne.Onl eross
1,4:.ils whert. the Soldlier's Saw, Ira.Ves
-M.1I-oO.holdl ti s there have
r 11 ) 111 a y villa.-es. 'I'l e fields V
)I 1nnlivaled hnd over which1 th16y '(1
r1:111I < wc1r-ilY ntow be'lr, the proll- S4
Sof ill fr1 u i v alllteo" o ( 'orai and
-1t141n. The little towns 0tha1 were
,I V n M eslat :ia t ( eclose orf
he1 wvar hetwevin the stales are .nlow
ha1)ppy Itl 'ities wih th(le buz of
1 Ilife that has left the cloud of
war farl- behind, thoigh in every Vir
- inia Ihimfet, it every cross road, in
Ilie leart of, every sonIt anld dliughter
11f (t Oh1 Dol miialn, is Carried the
saitred iteiiories of. the struggle that
the old soldiers might think, super
11vicilly, was told of only by the scars
an4 woulnds they bear upon their
Thte soldievs will separate, happier
f'or the reunion, and mnarch over old
Vields in boyish fashion for all their P
'celing of age. They have been giv
4.111in Virginia tle welcome of their E
Ives. a o h111141 me,, 1, feelin I a a that
bey playedl an impilortant par't in the (
wor)1ldl's hiist oiry, better' f'or thie honor
that has beein paidl them, and with af
happyl) mem'llory foi' years to conme.
INVESTIGATING COTTON FIBER
By Secretary of Agriculture--In
creasing Length of the
Fiber. . .
-faines 8. McICar'thy.
'tpor't just malde j)mlic. 1ion1. JameUs
Wilson, Secr'eIary oft AgrlicuIlturei',
I t's (te inv'est igat ion1s in the piro
'onger'i 1and4 bet teri fiber'1 are' beinig
ont(inuied aloing t wo linoes: (1) The
.n'in g and11 (5 esin o1 )f hybrlids5 be
I wveeni var1iouis shortl -s1 aple v'arietijes
which'1 show) a tendencuy to produce
I'air'ly long lint. A number of hiy
brPids have btein se'curied having lint
ranlgig fromii one1 andi, oneC-quar11ter to
me1 and14 fiv'e-eighithis inchles ill length,
whichel have f'a irily large bolls thatt
open1 wide antd aret (easy to) pick.j
Some of' t.hese llhbids4 hprve been
bred'4 inl iso)lated p)atchies ['or several
year's and car'efully selected1, also
luee t hemnselves nearly trule to type. s
ome1t furit her selection lls1 necessary
efor)ie these~ v'arieties ar'e ready for
~enieral cultivation, but. they give
)romhise of being of great value. The d
t'xp)eirments started five years ago in
(lie select ion of certamn standard C
4hort-staple varieties to mecrease the
!ength of lint without hybridization
, have yielded somewhlat striking re
I sulta. The e:perimnents-one, a se
lection from Russell Big-Boll, and
b the other from Jones. Improved
have yielded new types having lint
I averaging about one-:fourth inch r
- longer than the parental strains,
- while in other respects the varieties
I do not appear to be materially
i changed. Fronm the tests thus far
- madle thiesi newv varielles seem to be
f as productive as (lie' ordinae; staund.1
s ard short-sta.,.. an'], prodnes a fiber~
f much greater value. Linited
iantities af tle 4ecd of- the-( ;w:>
>rts will b, pl.-:ed with co-ope.:a ;e j
rower1s nei: '-ul (o for -trial and
irtier seed proprgation.
TO DRAW JURY.
Notice is hereby given that we, the
ndersigned, will on the 7th day of
tine, 1907, at 9 o'clock a. m. in the
tlee of the clerk of court for New
erry county, S. C., openly and pub
ely draw tle names of thirty-six
en who are to serve as petit jurors
b the court of Common Pleas for
tid county and state, which will
>nvene on the 24th day of June
)07, and continue for one week.
Jno. L. Epps,
Wm. W. Cronmer,
Juo. C. Goggans,
Lry Commnisioners for Newberry
May 27, 1907. County, S. C.
LEoTION LITTLE MOUNTAIN
SoHOOL DISTRICT NO. 30.
Ini consideration of a petition sif
'iently signed by the electors and 4
,cc lelders of school district num
r 30, of Newberry, S. C., asking for
election to establish a High School
aecordance with an Act of the leg
Ai election is hereby ordered to be
ld in the town of Little Mountain,
C., Tuesday, Julne 18, 1907, be,_in
ng at 8 A. M. and closing at 4 P.
and conducted by the trustees of
id district. Electors favoring the
oposition will vote ''For IIigi
Ihool,' ' those opposing 'Againlst
i-h School.'' legistration certifi
to and tax receipt are required
vote in this election.
J. S. Wheeler,
S. J. Derrick,
E. 0. Counts,
County Board of Education.
$150 PER MONTH
Wly work for a mere living when
in can easily clear $7 profit on each
)llar. Work in your own locality.
1Is at almost every hoine over and
4anufacturers of Door
lash, Doors, Blinds, Tu
)rnarnental Wood Worl
'ooring, Ceiling, Sidir
be Building Material Li
We want your inquii
~rading and workman:
rices are right.
Hartsville Wood M
May 30th t
late $8.30 from
Tickets on sale from points 1I
~arolina,' May 26th te June
cheduled to arrive at Richmon<
Final limit to leave RIchmond
1 th, with privilege of extension
eposit of ticket with special age
f fee of fifty cents.
Return portions of tickets re:
uill be honored from No olk if <
ortunity of visiting the J amest'c
hrough car and train set vice v,
riost comfortable means f reac
Write for beautiful iilu trated
-lotels, Etc. A'
V. J. CRAld~,
Pass. Traf. Manager,
>ver again. Plan and complete in
truction by return mail for 25 cent
ddress. J. F. Clark, Conway, Ark.
S. B. JONES
I' THE PLACE TO GET
Good Things to Ea
)N SHORT NOTICE AND
AT MODERATE PRIOEO
)ysters on Half SheH. Oysters anj
Style.. Fish, Game, Steak, in fac
Bverything that the market affords
Patronage of Ladies Solicited.
)pposite Ncivbeiry Hotel Office an<
Next Door to Pool Room.
LOOK FOR THE SIGN
S. B. JONES
Lhe contract for
your new build
ng see W. T. Liv.
ngston. B e s t
Lock Box No. 59.,
Newberry, S. C
.LE, S. C.
and Window Screens,
rned and Scroll Work,
C, Mantels, Mouldings,
g, and everything in
-ies and orders. Our
ship is good, and our
LE, S. C.
o June 3d.
Newberry, S. C.
1 Virginia, North and Souti
2nd inclusive, and for trains
before noon of June 3d..
returning not later than June
of final limit to July 6th, by
nt at Richmond and paymen
iding account above occasior
lesired, thus affording an op.
3 COAST LINE.
'ill provide the quickest and
rolder, containing Maps,. Lists,
T. C. WHITE,
Gen, Pass. Agt.,
The Bank of
'i his Bank was established t
tune. It will so care for your n
cure, and you can have it whene
join the financial family it will pi
of need. It insures you the best :
Make a deposit today. Ev<
4 per cent on money in the S
Geo. Y. Hunter, President.
J. F. Browne,
3 *o. 09
The People's N
Paid Up Capital - -
Surplus and Individual Pi
For protection of depositi
H. C. MOSELEY President. M.
W. W. WHEELER, Cashier. GEC
Better a conservative interest
return when wanted, than a high r
about the principal.
A National Bank is a safe Depos
makes it so. Likewise our Board
of prudent conservative manageme
C. W. Bowers.
J. A C. Kibler.
R. L. Luther.
M. A. Carlisle.
J. H. Hunter.
J. P. Bov
We allow 4 per cent. per a
Department, interest pa3
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 yu eta standard mk,one
hat t a life-time. Write
Malone Music House
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
For Catalogues, Terms, Etc.
Main Street, Nea
Capital $50,000 00
Prudence and C
The rapid growth of this Bank is
public confidence in its manageme
Its depositors have entrusted to
edge that they would be safe .be)
more would be a source of excelle
Savings department pays 4 per<
J. D. DAVE NPOI
.E. R. H IPP, Vice
M. L. SPEAR MA
GEO. B. CROME
1 have rented, t(
Stables of Mr. G. I
Friend street n
depot where I ar
serve my friends e
in the livery, feed
J. G. BR
y, S. C.
o assist ycu in building a for
loney that it is absolutely se
ver you want it. And if you
rove your good friend in time
oervice and convenience.
-ry forturie has grown from a
J. S. Wheeler, V. Pres.
, S. C.
- $25,000 00
ofits $5,000 00
A. ARLISLE, Vice-President
. OHNSTONE, Attorney.
o i your deposit with its safe
ite and a feeling of doubt
it. Government supervision
of Directors is a guarantee
Y. P. Pugh.
Jno. B. Fellers.
W. A. Moseley.
H. C. Moseley.
.nnum in our Savings
J. W. W HITE.4
irberry, . C.
Surplus $8,000 00
a clear indication of the
it their funds in the knowi
rond question, and further
nt profit to them.
AI. B. Epting, i
n prepared to
and sale hbu&