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E. H. AULL. EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
lerrv. S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Ttiesi ly, Ji e -1 , 1907.
PROGRESS AND PUBLICITY.
''Pogrssthn-ows dust. into thl
cyes of the mn1 who walks behim
Why walk behiml?
Get avaed--o-,)J at least keep stel
rith prolr-ess- e ,just. inl front of th<
dulst-inhaile Ilhe pure atr--the a:ii
that stecess ma:1kes -wholesome.
The droine, a-, in the family of bees
is laugled al, antd snmilingly t,he bus.)
bees pass and leave him in the rear
He is isvIess lo (Ile bees-lind so ail
dronles to ila11n1ilv.
I11i -od(-litinoredI toleranee Ill(
fellow who wilfi1%y allows himself tf
ihe safisfiedi wvih seeond phie-ie.
hind inl the dlist-ma1.1kes no (ff1or ft
throw 411'f the Yoke and psli le Iad
develop ald he a leader-np With an,l
pilshin.. with pi*oq_rorss--dvserAves whal
he 11ss-ndl itsuIlly ht ge s it.
Tlis ol world owes all uen a liv.
in.41 and is willing to -ivv it, Io al
men. Bill youil ean depend on it h<
liviln.. is as ilidifferen i, usuallY., n
those who aveept only lhings asil.
procured, (ir SeCUredI withoutf effort
TIe riehiesi, ripest and eicaiest gift
n re giveln to those who labor ai
st rive for ti rsl plaee-lhose t ramp.
inle Side by si,1e with push and pro
The fellow eljoyiIg success deser
ves it. He does not deserve the en
mily aid jealousy of those belowv
'll111. '11v wotc-isie --to e 1
h)e 1 leader --anld to steeevd, and ic
sneeevdvd. Many limes, luck plaYs a
ll it y '-I t I parl il sicesvevs--hil most afl
way Vs sucMIss w1s aCieved by push
filld pro .ress.
Anild with suieetss -_-4)s iappiiness
pride t da amuibitiln. A1d. loo t, fh,
spillr it lt'om :Il 'zt ratler 0 th i in- art
Cirsi kinsmen lo succeISS.
The len-vihaf,1ts who eljyIv suctes
nIi a4r1te army that were bii-ti
,i Illernt1 is o pusher. T'eliy bw
itv iliuse oaveriin- libe h1wrall v
Newspal er advertisil tll, qlikel
and chliaper than any owthr knowt
sourehe meriis wares, pries, %\1 why
and ishvl'ror-s of a merha
Look af flhe snevessve, ri--hil her-e ni
hiomli :1114 he conivilevd.
To bin i ve ihsi a buyehitN wielY
Cit ilaliIn is whalt 1ou 1 \- b eep1;t11i
iY m1111 (pml:itY. AChin I'n liebe.
'T'le abhove is ver. irhe mrill.11 so well
pilu Htl we desire to sutbmlit it Ie
011ou peoph, ftr ti'ivil ensideratione
This is true liolt olilY o ind ivid it!
t on or eiiyitht do t.et it k0e ter~
wth(et. pr irsts wlo havet iheitit duto
frevaln ahtea. TeI yu on'lt
wat te his t Ithr if n ie~ tot you eyeiit'
Thea een ie t raints Ihave cuert sii
ehasizedl sthe1111 nci('t for1som
thioty of fltNtewirtry. ait'elltstreet
Ifrom lIl'riend sltii ePratt stre efhc i
has beeni stlied i'll eladivti
li britk, hos bstnra moii hol Ifm
everae dstes ad t. ist it ai bee
lmsl a aoo dee, iniwateri. Some
thin.g shul e deti amit dn at
onc.te, naott' t only to nhs prt Ion ot
Itaklelltreeto bu tha.t flpotnt
itt from Bounr t.r to 'Ne al
N~iewerrtoy fo the st seeral years~
ha ensseatcly ptuo
city conneil would do the work. May
or Broiwn stated some time ago tlu
the material had been ordered and
is hoped it will Soon arrive and tli
much may be put dow-ji, in permnimer
work, and when the people see whil
it is, there will be little tifficuilty i
having permanent work extende,
Paved streets and improved sid<
walks in) the residence portionl ar
the piressing needs of Newberry (<
dily. They must come, and coln
We desire to direet aIftentioll to
will which is printed oit fie filt
page of this paper. It is satid to hav
beei writftei by nll ininate of anl asy
1im. It certainly fturnishes soime ver,
excellent bequests for those who ar
110t. illnmates of asylIms, ind we be
lieve its readinw'. will be helpful nll
we knlow if' the beqllests therein col
tainled Ire lived ulp to, that this woll
he a mneh brighter aind a much har
pier world fort all of us.
A1r. T. J. )Inli-is and Mr. Claiudinu
T. lo.vd holnht ont tle "roeery% busi
tess Elf, Arll. (1. I). Davellport and wil
emntiite it tiuidmr the firi nami e (
I)ennis & Boyd.
Af. Delinis has beell in Newherr'
forW SOIlme YeaIlls and was a mieiber (;
Ilie fircm iio Kilblei Deniiis & Con:
palnY and has man111y Ifrivieils.
Mr. Bovd for the last several year
has been in business in Union and
is I ,;onl of file Rev. D. P. Boyd an
a gra.ndson of the Rev. Mark Boyd
We are 1-h1d to ha.ve 111111 eomne t
Nowherry , and east his lot with n
andili1 we have no douht the new firn
will do a successful businIess.
lJetters remaia.nill.-n in he Postoffie
at NeWherry for the week 0m.dinl.
June 1, 1907.
B-Ars. Carr1ier Barber. Mr. Car
Browin, Atiss I-llen Bonier, Aliss A y
I-Mrs. Kaf-heliei ('bristy.
D--Aliss ECster Dilrt.
0-Mi'. GOwftiin. Mrl. WV. E
11-111r. 1.(I.e Ho'm-S, IN. 11. Hfaw
kills. Allrs. 1). It. Ham11i(erl.
Al(-Mr. Ahi e U,ving-don,. A is
Gomplete Common 4
Greatest Cash and F
on whole Life, limi
-- It will pay you to call to
*before taking out a policy.
Office over old Post Office,
Long, Mr. A. E. Lominiek,
M--Mr. Brooks Mayse.
t --Miss Lula Ruff.
a S-Miss Eunice Sheely; \Iiss
t IOmise Suber.
t W-Alrs. Alice Whitering, is.
1 Della Williams, Mr. P. E. Wrght,
M.Ars. W. 11. WNest..0
I'-rsons calli'.ig for these will phase
e say that they were advertised.
C.' J. Pu'reell, P. M.
DEAD FALL SCHOOL.
The patrons of the Dead Fall
I swhool district are hereby calle(l to
mIleet a the slool house on Saturday
the 15ti day of June, 1907, for the
ptrpose of Considering the building
of a new school house and also to
consider the election of a teacher.
B. L. Dominick,
R. S. Boozer,
J. W. Crouch,
O-4 2taw 4t.
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON.
Charleston, S. 0.
122d Year Begins September 27.
Letters. Science. Engineering. Ono
scholarship to each county of Sonth
Carolina, giving free tuition. Tui
tion $40. Board and furnished room
in Dormitory, $11 a month. All can
didates for admission are permitted
to compete for vacant Boyce schol
arships which pay $100 a year. EN
TRANCE EXAMINATIONS will be
held at the county court house on
Friday, July 5, at 9 a. m.
For catalogue addr'oss.
IN A SAD ACCIDENT
LOCAL DENTIST FIGURES.
A felegrain Was received0 ill this ivt
yTst(rday afternoonl telling of a very
sad accidle'll't ill Newberry in WAThlieh
Dr. C. C. Arnistron,g, a promineti
yon deiitist of this city who works
with Dr. A. C. Strickland. figured. ft
seem11s 114 Ia I Dr. A rmst ronl.o, who ho1
Iein ill Newhery for a few days d
mll'. denal work. extracved nlile htvi
I'or a lIdy inl that ceity yeserday morn
'z. TIhe ladS as an invalid andl in
ew of the Comb
of strong Insurance I
3ense, Practical Policy f
aid up Values Written ir
1. Cash Weekly Inc<
abled by Acciden
2. Cash Weekly Inc
on - abled by Sicknesc
3. Cash Annual Inoc
disabled by Any C
-. 4. Cash Payment, F
5. Cash Annual Inec
turity of policy.
1. Paid-Up Insuranc
2. Extended Insural
3. Liberal Cash Loal
e4. Automatic Exten
eticipating, by appl3
es ' miums.
5. Change of Occupi
indemnity being p:
1. Paid--Up Particip
2. Paid--Up Particip
ants Value (Reserve ar
3. Both Reserve am
S~4. LIfe Annuity.
1. Incontestable afte
2. AutomatIcally Nc
3. Policy Re-Instate
4. Change of Benefi
5. Polley Transfera
6. Thirty Days Grac
es 7. Niode of Paying I
8. Conver~sion of Po
ment forms allowe
9. Policy (Death Bel
10. Cost Reduced to
annual or deferred
g all of the above excelle
ted pay or endowment plan,
al Life Instra
Vjoor health. After pulliig the teeth
the Doctor noticed that, she was in a
rather exhiansted condition and told
her to go home and call in her family
Dr. Armstrong said that, lie rubbed
her ais and site seemed to get coi
siderably better and he'left thinkint
that she would s5oon be all right; first
(ellin her to be sure aid call in a
physieni,. Ile left Newberry yester
day about ioo.ll for Clinton. Uponl his
arrival in Clinton lie was told that
t-he lady was dead and was placed un
h'lie matter was ipirely an aceidein
and no one regrets it more than does
Dr. Armstrong. He says that lie did
not want to extract the teeth for lie
saw thtit the lady was in delicate
health but she insisted and he finally
consetilel to do the work upon her
sayinu, that she %vas sire she could
A gentleman f this eity talked to
Mr. Cole L. Ble hse in Newberry over
the long distance lelephoie last night
and 'Mr. Blease said that everyone
thoughit that it was an accident and
dlha.t it was gre atly aeplored. Mr.
Blease said that the lady had a weak
heart and (hat she was al -ast-hminatie.
Ife seeied to thiiiik that at file coron
er's inquest which will be held today
tiat Dr. Armstron will be fully vx
onerated. )r. Armstrong is a. risin
yonng den'tist of this city and has al
ways been very snecessful in the prae
tice of his profession. ft is generally
believed here that the health of the
lad yawas seh that ne would have
died from the extnaction of the teeth
Io matter who the dentist was.-An
Will either President Roosevelt or
Dr. Long come down to practical af
fairs aid kindly tell Is whether or
not r among wil game animals, afler
they are cooked, the ''bravest are
1lie tenderest? ''
Governor Allsel performed a maIar
ria.'o eIemonly Satir-daV 11d, by
Ie way, no other Governor in the
iteikd !4.tates cal per'forill marriag' e
cern11101ies warranited to hold as do
-overnor AIsel's in Son(II Carolina.
'eature Ever Devised.
)r the Insured with the
the Policy of Any Life
y. .. . .
me, if Totally or Partially dis
t (52 weeks).
)me, if Totally or Partially dis
me, if Totally or Perman'ently
ause (Ten Years).
.ce of Pocicy, upon death of in
me--Old age benefit after me.
e, after third year..
lce, after third year.
1s, after second year.
lion of Insurance, fully par
Ing reserve to payment of pre
Ltion, automatically adjusted,
ating Insurance and Cash
ating Insurance, for entire
I Dividend Values in Cash.
r first year.
n-Lapsing, after third year.
d, within one year after date of
cliary on request of insured.
ble for Assignment.
e allowed for premium payment.
Premiiums changed on request.
licy into other life or endow
iefit) payable In one sum or In
minimum by liberal dividends,
nt features issued
exclusively by the
zen. Agt. for South Carolina.
tinued use me
injury to health.
'IFollowing the ac
scientists, England -
passed laws prohil
in bread making.
4American h o u s
should protect thei1
holds against Alum'c
by always buying pur
Cream of Tartar
q Pure Grape Crea
Tartar Powder is to b
for the asking
Buy by name
on 6th June
senting the Am
set Co. of Detrc
be at our pla
pleasure in sh
line of Corsets
ed to make it a
and see what c~
All styles, all
rials, all prices.
Will make to
desired, and wi
tort and satisfa
Do niot mniss t
adid to your wt
which fits. Yoi
to buy, but we
full line of hand.
Come June 6
Cs 841 S
Tuestily, J1111-6 4t 11JU7.
in food causes
orders-its cc-' Ri I
[vice of medical
nd France have
)iting its use
Mr. Perry, repre,
arican Lady Cor
it, Michigan, will
ce and will take
owing the finest
~nade in America.
nvite all interest
point to come in
~n be done in the
shapes, all mate
rder any Corset
11 guarantee corn
his opportunity t o
~rdrobe a Corset
iwill not be urgect
want you to see a