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SOME POLITICAL TAL.K. Acdm atStbrg i
Mr. Latimer's Interview not a Sur- Cikcis fWfod.
prise--Thoughit Immigration Will Ho.CC.Sm,fBan
be the Main Issue jn Sena- edtirescivvewo
torial Race Neit Year.altpcEvnheosin
J. A. Hoyt, the Columbia corres-siperaothtrHn
ponident of the Charleston News andnohateopruiy
Courier, writes that paper as follows: hmef u mn h
As forecasted in this correspond- tnlpsiiiistep
ence last week Senator Latimer, on Cl ereJhsoei
his retuirn from Europe, has annuone- a etn edls i
ed his candidacy for re-election nextConilHt,inhscty
summer and has stated his position onstnexrsdhiela
the issue of immigration. This posi- ixgainmasec
tion will be construed as not favoringth olntnyofog
the present means used in this stateqecebuofrviy
to induce immigration and the sena- frimgainhv o
tor distinetly states that he is not instedhabyC.Joi
favor of the proposed line of immi- lgtitwudbape
grant steamers between Triest andcineifC. ostea
Charleston. * aie hul eaeti
The senator apprehends that. the tesae r aie i
immigration question l playon anreeecio
important part in the campaign next
year and in this he is undoubtedlyfrmte3ditctn18
correet. The Farmers' Union, which Teei itedfee
is strong, in the seniator's home ooun-ini hsstt nohr
ty of Aniderson and that portion ofsu adtercfoth
the state, is on record as opposing im-yerivryatobedc
migration and this element represents iseo mirto,ul
considerable sentiment of that na- ea sebya t pr
tune. Mowever, there is on the oth-sontksrdclain
en hand a distinct sentiment favor-raeonsThtrm fC
able to the plan now in operation toerWtoisutnApla
induce immigration and there is not cso,udrtelwwl
much doubt that this sentiment willedbGornrAsla
have a representative in the cam
paign for the seat occupied by Sena- adwrighr ln
tor Latimer. Of course the most pro-th
minently identified man in .the state geeaasmbynd
with the immigration issue is formertaepr,decyorm
Governor Heyward, on whose recoin- pltclfgtta
mendation to the legislature the bu- aothsbs ed
reau of immigration was established Tedprmn str
and who has even since he left tWeaten fariutr
governor's office, taken an activemeeaswlasoimi
part in the efforts to secure the ee fteplc fid
steamship line to Oharleston. That gat hudb bno
he should be called on to enter the ytpet fwr o u
race on this platform is quite natur- t oi tmltn gi
al, but 't is not likely that the form-comreiSutCaoi
er governor can be induced to do so.
There has recently belen such aVeySal
large crop of candidates that it is not "h ec rpi
possible to place all of them with re- ya.
spect to the immigration issue. No "Yucnmkupf
one yet knows what are the views onrasnthpic.
this subject of Col. J. 3. Dargan of "IcnhyIca'as
he Ge.Thoas Sumer Me ori . dolar C. pice for Bam"
ing New in
i and child to go to MAYES' DRUG STORE
al and external remedy) for Rheumatism,
;, Toothaches, Chilblains, Colic, Cough, Dy
a positive guarantee to do good or money
re is what Judge D. A. Townsend says abc
illy, but have had much trouble with Neu
hitis and Inflammation arising from cuts a
d to say that your All-Healing Liniment is I
meficial remedy I have ever tried for any of
st part of it is, that the relief comes at once
Yours very truly,
D. A. T
re is what a Methodist minister says: I ha
om the use of Huiet's All-Healing Linimc
is is to certify that I have used Huiet's All
riatism and can say that I have never found
eumatism, and I can heartily recommend i
ci not be without it for anything.
Yours very truly,
W. A. 1
Huiet, I wish to express my thanks forthe
)e of your Liniment. It certainly does r
>tly, and it is also exc%llent for a Cough. It
ation for a Burn or a Bruise, or as a remec
not used all the bottle but I want to an
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fours for health,
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a Sumter STAMPED ENVELOPE PAMINE. profit is made by [
f. John G. stamped envelopes,
ollege, or Charleston Has None Now-Govern- sold at cost. The
rell, defin- ment 10,ontractors Have Trouble Charleston postoffic
n this vit-. in Delivering Them. the sale of stampE
of Hon. D. correspondingly de4
d, for the News and Courier. .change of buying t
derson has Charleston in common with other It is therefore evid
to express cities of the country is suffering busines housese of (
ither sena- from a famine in stamped envelopes postoffice officials w
sition of which are printed by Uncle Sam on provement in the
mown, for special orders. The local postoffie service.
ter at the now sells about 5,000 stamped envel- For the six weel
Col. John- opes, where before July 1 some 40,000 quoted the business
s favoring were sold here- saved about $300 b
which was The trouble lies with the removing envelopes, and the
e and elo- of the work of getting out the stamp- would have been ini
he reasons ed envelopes printed and ready for same amount. Tb
een better use by business firms from Hartford, vilege that goes aloi
stone that Conn., to Dayton, 0., where the new ed envelope makes
uliar coin- contractors are located. Congested lar with the busines
aid Senator traffic has given the contractors in a stamped envelope
issue over the West great trouble in delivering deemed advantageol
t came in- their minimum output of 3,000,000 months business fli
~ating coL. envelopes a day. They have the plant al dollars worth of
4 congress all ready, and rushed it together in at the postoffiee,
12. 90 days, prepared for business on amount made good
e of opin. 'July 1, but transportation diffeulties dollars the quarter.
ational is- have blocked their deliveries of the *o relief seems i
enate next mueh needed envelopes and hence the now because traffe
ded on the shortage. to become more e
s the gen- Local business houses and banks cold months advan
ching ses- often put in orders for 10,000 or more gravate the howl
before the stamped envelopes, and usually got over the situation.
ommission- what they wanted in a hurry, but
nd his sue- now it is a matter of several weeks
e appoint- before the envelopes arrive. One WAN'
that time. busines man put up a kick against
ping quiet Uncle Sam over the value of his mon- OLD PIANOS AI
the lines ey to him while.he has to wait for his
to him by envelopes. (For which we wil:
1 will not From July 15 to September 1 the prices towards new
irectly, in Charleston postoffice has sold 600,000I raetoof
may rage 2-cent st.amps. This is in excess of Clubraetofe
.the usual number by several thous- better Instruments
ed the de- ands because the business men can less money, then t
and com- not get their stamped envelopes as
raton and quickly as they need them, and buy offers.
eing immi- the 2-cent stamps instead. Probab
d there is ly over 200,000 stamped envelopes Write Malones I
h an offie would have been sold in this time, lumbia, S. C., for
ultre and instead of the 2-cent stamps, had the
La. delivery of the envelopes been as terms.'
- prompt as heretofore. _________
The government charges $1.42 a round a
mall this thousand for the envelopes printed J .Hro.o
as ordered by any business firm. It s a rmon"A ofs I'hv
is much chpaper, therefore, for a pillithat never disapi
r that by business house to buy stamped en- the benefit of others
velopes because the cost of buyinglie and chroic con
a hundred separate envelopes and using st-amps anteed satiafactory, 2~
on them in decidedly g-reater. No & Son. Druggists.
and try a 25c. or 50c, bottle of Huiet's All
Soreness, Neuralgia, Sore Throat, Sprains,
sentery, and in fact for all aches and pains.
ut it: I am healthy
ralgia, Sore Throat,
nd bruises, and I am
:he most efficacious
these afflictions and
Union, S. C.
ve derived great ben
,nt for Rheumatism,
D. P. BOYD,
Kinards, S. C.
Healing Liniment for
anything to equal it
t for same, and that
Union, S. C.
benefit derived from
elieve Asthma most
is also fine as a local
ly for sore muscles.
other- one at once.
Oartanburg, 9. CI
ing all doctors' prescriptions,
IST OR E,
nle sam on the(CNEE)
because they are
recepits of the S A EM
e are swollen in N
d envelopes, and -F
~reased by theTH COMRALBN OFNWE Y,SC,
e 2-cent stamps.
et why both the under call of State Bank Examiner at close of business
areston and the Septemb'er 17, 1907.
11 welcome an im
tamped tenvelope RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts - - - - $406,831 16
of stamp sales Overdrafts - - - - - - 5,653 08
men would have IFurntiure and fixtures - - - - 3,116 93
y buying stamped Cash and sight exchange - - - a 42,172 36
reased about the
dedeemiung pri- -47735
g with the stamp- - IABIITIES.
it the more popu- CaiaStoCk - a -- -- a - * $'50,000 00)
mnan. If he spoils Uniie - ofts (esexpenses paid) - 49,484 84
an~' E eryt;e Dividends (uPid) - a a 1,030 00
ms redeem sever- Cashier'sch-k - a - - - 884)
spoiled envelopes Due BankSs. - a a a -58
aking the total Bills pa le - a a a a a- O00
several hundred Inidal deposits - a a a a 3,296 43
be in sight just $7,773 5
ngese asth JNO. M. KINARD, Pres. 0. B. MAYER, Vice-Pres.
e. This will ag J. Y. McFALL. Cashier
hat is going up4Pe C nt
Interest Paid in our Savings Department.
ND ORGANs. Statement of the condition of The Exchange Bank of
Newberry, S. C., Sept. 17th, 1907, in response to
allow the highest call of State Bank Examiner.
-btePldeBills receivable.... .$219,605 64 Cptlsok... $ooo0
L, utwe legeOverdrafts......... 5,180 74)Srls......6io7
for the same or Fixtures...............2Cahe'Cecs...298
iose at club rate Cash on hand and due . il aal..... 5000
from other Banks. .$ 10,193 92 Deposits.............6,799 15
:usic House, Co- $238,617 23 $238,617 23
~peial prices and Watch us grow. We pay 4 per cent. interest in our Savings Depart
ment compounded Semi-annually.
THE EXCHANGE BANK
insme; and for'T
aficted with torpid J. D. DAVENPORT, GEo. B. CROMER, M- L- SPEARMAN,
stpaio, il sy:President. Attorney. Cashier.
c. at W. E. Pelham W. B. WALLIACF, Asst. Cashier.