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ALL EYES GALE
UPN f Y N
HE WILL SOON MAIKE IPR
In Lead for Nomination-Generally
Admitted That if Nebraskan Runs
No one Will Oppose His Candi
Washington cor. Columbia State.
Washington, Oct. 19.---Confidential
friends of William J. Bryan assert
that within the next six weeks Mr.
Bryan will make a formal announce
ment of his intentions with respect
to the nomination for the presidency.
These friends declare that they feel
authorized to make this statement
and to siate the reasons which impel
Mr. Bryan io this course, though they
are anble to say exactly how the an
nouneement will be made, whether in
a letter to some friend or in one of
the numerous speeches Mr. Bryan is
making throughout the country.
The significance of this determina
tion on the part of Mr. Bryan to
make some declaration as to his in
teitions is made apparent when it
is considered that in neither 1896
nor in 1900 did Mr. Bryan make any
announcement beforehand as to his
candidacy, whereas in 1904 he speci
fically declared that he would not
allow his name to be used. It is
thought by some, therefore, that his
declaration will be a declination to
be a candidate.
On the other hand it is said here
by Mr. Bryan's enemies that this an
nouncement from his friends is only
a postponement in order to give Mr.
Bryan time to find out the chances
of Democratic success next year.
These say that three weeks ago his
friends declared that within three
weeks he would make an announce
ment as to his intentions and that now
instead of it there comes another an
nouncement from his friends that it
will be forthemogin after six week-.
These have their minds thoroughly
made up that Bryan will be a candi
date if he thinks there are good
chances for success, and that other
wise he will not. So, according to
their views, another significance is
attached to the expected announce
ment, that is: What does Mr. Bryan
really think of the chances of Demo
cratic success 7
Expect a Declaration.
As it is seen here and as the friends
of Mr. Bryan who are responsible
for the declaration that an annonnee
ment will come see it, there are very
good reasons why Mr. Bryan should
openly declare himself.
Even those who oppose the nami
nation of Mr. Bryan admit his
strength and openly express their de
spair of bringing anybody else proni
inently to the front so long as Mr.
Bryan is generally considered a seek
er after the nomination, or even as
willing to accept it. Nearly every
man who has been ''prominently
spoken of'' has declined to look with
any enthusiasm upon the mention of
his name, so long as Bryan is in the
way. Gov. Johnson, for instance,
"Marse'' Henry Watterson's ''Dark
Horse,'' declines to consider himself
a possibility if there is a hope of hav
ing Bryan as the candidate and he
declares that he wants Bryan nomi
nated. Senator Culberson told me
a few weeks ago that he was'not a
candidate and would not be, although
he appreciated the frequent mention1
of his name, and when hie volunteered
the statement that he believed Bryan
would be nominated. It is thought
by Culberson 's friends that were
Bryan to declare that he would not
accept the nomination Culberson
would not further decline to
'take his own ''boom'' seriously
The friends of Lieut. Gov. Chanler.
who have established a press agency
and made much noise about' Chanler
''boom,'' now admit that there is no
chance for their candidate unless
Bryan positively refuses to run. It
is aid that even Chandler, who has
never done anything or said anything
to discourage the mention of his name
for the presidency, is unwilling to go
up against the Nebraska champion.
And there are other. In fact no
body is willing to run against Bryan
in the convention. Hence calls are
coming from all over the ecountry to
Mr. Bryan to come out and declare
What the answer will be is await
ed with much interest.
Once in a great while there is a
man so good natured that he is even
nice to his wife's relatives.
FOR SALE, RENT OR LEASE, fif
teen horse farm one and one
half miles from Silver street. Ap
pny to Will W_ Spearman.
RR B.ECOL LiBRARIES.
Columbia, October 19.-Superin
tendent of Education Martin is anx
ious to stimulate greater interest in
the establishment of libraries in the
common schools, and to that end has
sent out a letter to the county super
intendents of -education calling at
tention to the provisions of the law
under which money for this purpose
can be secured.
His letter is as follows:
Columbia, S. C., Oct. 19, 1907.
To County Superintendents of Edu
cation-Dear Sirs: Although about
one thousand librries have been es
tablished in the state, under the li
brary law, and several of them have
been increased, yet there are hundreds
of schools in which there is no read
ing matter for thousands of bright
children who have rery little read
ing matter in their homes. I am writ
ing to suggest that you urge your
teachers to set aside one day during
the fall session in which to push this
work. The third Friday in Novem
ber, which is Arbor Day, will be very
appropriate for raising money as weU
as planting trees. We are getting fre
quent requisitions from some of the
counties, but it will be far better if
this work is vigorously pushed in all
parts of the state. The legislative
appropriation for this year is abun
dantly sufficient for all of the de
mandZ which can be made upon it in
accordance with the law.
Please send in your requisitions and
orders before January 1, 190S. Sin
0. B. Martin,
State Superintendent of Education.
How to Remain Young.
To continue young in health and
strength, do as Mrs. N. F. Rowan, Mc
Donough, Ga., did. She says: "Three
bottles of Electric Bitters cured me of
chronic liver and stomach trouble, com
plicated with such an unhealthy condi
tion of the blood that my skin turned red
as flannel. I am now practically 20 years
younger than before I took Electric Bit
ters. I can now do all my work with
ease and,assist in my husband's store."
Guaranteed at W. E. Pelham & Son's
Drug Store. Price Soc.
NOTICE or SALE OF PERSONAL
As I have sold my farm land and
intend to quit farming, I will sell to
the highest bidder for ca.sh on the
5th day of November, 1907, at my
late residence the following personal
property to wit:
5 head of good mules.
3 head of cattle.
No store in Newberry
pay down, knowledge o
berry's lar gest and mos
The GIreatest Cloak Bus
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The Right Gioods at the Right
For any want in Dry
Tell Your Friends toI
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Lot of liousehold and kitchen fur
J. A. Baker,
Calks Ferry Road, 5 miles below
Saved Her Son's Life.
The happiest mother in the little town
of Ava, Mo., is Mrs. S. Ruppee. She
writes: "One year ago my son was down
with such serious lung trouble that our
physician was unable to help him; when,
by our druggist's advice I began giving
him Dr. King's New Discovery, and I
soon noticed improvement. I kept this
treatment up for a few weeks when he
was perfectly well. He has worked
steadily since at carpenter work. Dr.
King's New Discovery saved his life "
Guaranteed best cough and cold remedy
by W. E. Pelham & Son, Druggists
Soc. and $T.oo. Trial Bottle free.
Notice is hereby given that the
books of registration for the Town of
Newberry, S. C., are now open, and
the undersigned as Supervisor of
Registration for the said town will
keep said books open every day from
9, a. m., until 5 p. m., (Sunday ex
cepted) including the 1st day of De
Eug. S. Werts,
Supervisor of Registration.
Mr. D. N. Walker, editor of that spicy
tournal, the Enterprise, Louisa, Va.,
jays: "I ran a nail in my foot last week
and at once applied Bucklen's Arnica
salve. No inflamation followed; the
salve simply healed the wound.' Heals
sores, bums and skin diseases. Guaran
Seed at W. E. Pelham & Son, Druggists.
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lid you get that Hat." At Mimnaugh's, of course!
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tas brought a substantial gain in our sales. We
f our ability to serve our patrons.
A Big. Silk Sale.
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and 98c. yd.
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