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SENATOR BLEASE ON
(Continued from pago one)
wer to me as a man, face to face,
lie governor or ho lie what ho may,
Tho following letter from Willia
Lanahan & Son was read:
"Baltimore, Mid., August G, 190G.
^ "Hon Cole. L. 1}lease, Ncwberi
C. Dear Sir: lOnelosod wo hai
you an a (Ti davit, duly executed lie to
a notary public, stating-that you a
not in our employ and never were ei
.ployed to look after our interests
"Very truly yours,
"William Lanahan & Son."
Senator Mease then read the af
davit as follows:
" State of Maryland, city of Halt
anore, signed Augustus W." Brad fori
Personally came before me Samu
J. T/anahan, who being duly swor
says that lie never told Lewis A'
Parker or any other person tliat Col
.Ti. Bleaso was in his employ or unemployed
to look al'ler his interests i
Smith Carolina. A< n matter of fa?
he did not have C<d. ('. I,. I'doase >
'employed. Nofary public seal. Ai
gustns \\. Bradford, uotarv pnhli
" Now, Mr. President. I his allidax
was published in the summer of l!t()l
Lanahan was then living and 1'arkr
did not deny or attempt to have La:
ahan retract it. Now, Lanahan i
dead and cannot speak, and 111
iG recti vilta witness shows np. Why
Because I hit < I'reenville'.s Pattoi
and am a candidate lor goverm
against (Jrecnvilie's Ansel. Yes. si
1hat is my belief as to tho reason. 1
a mAn. Mr. President, savs? if m
good friend, the senator from Kiel
land, says Ilia! tie- senator IVoi
.Bamherg I old liiin Ihus mid so. and
1 go to the senator from I'amber
and lie says that llie senator I'roi
liicliland is a liai*. v.hal more can
do. I he tight is between (hem. K<|U.a
ly so lh.) I* !11 m ibis case bel w.-i
Lanahan .and I'arker. and why di
Parker wail nnlil Lanahan was dead
I do not say ibai I'arker is a lia
but il Lanahan said that I was h
airenl he lied, and if Parker says lli;
1 am Lanalian's agent be is a liar.'
Senator 1 lipase llien read allidavi
from Jodie M. h'awlinson, J>>li
Black. Jos. |i. Wyle, 11. II. Kvan
John I'ell Towill and L. W. lioyki
who composed the two last Sla
boards id'control of the Slate .lisp*
sary. all of which are similar, exce
that Ihey were sworn to before di
'J'lie following i< on.1 id the six a
"Stale of Sou lb Carolina, Connl
of ( lieslcr Personally came befoi
me Jos. 1>. W'vlie, who being dul
swor.i, says thai be is a member <
it Ire Slate board of directors of tl
tSou'h Carolina dispensary, and th;
Col. (L. I'dease never direcllv n?
indirectly solicited business or nske
1li.il purchases be made from Samu.
1. Lanahan or any other parly ei
gaged in selling whiskey or oilier ai
tides pi the Stale dispensary. Si^t
ed Joseph l'>. Wylie. Sworn t<> hi
fore me this dale. Au-.ru>! 7. 1!)!M
iSigneil. I'?. Hot Is, L. S., N. P. f.
''Now, Air. I'resident," continue
(Senator Please, "there i> the rccon
That is all 1 have -jot to say. I 1
not wan I (o be har-di in Ibis malle
.1 enoeavore.l |o speak without fee
5ng and withoui temper, and I hav
lold the senate what I believe. I hav
1 old thi-; senate what I propose I.. to
the people of South Carolina, and 111
man that will conn- to my face an
it el I in.' that I was Lanahan's agon
(then, Mr. President, the world wi
rflnd out whether he and 1 are hot
(brave men or not. 1 thank the soi
ate .for its kindness and ask tin
these remarks and affidavits be prin
ed in lire record.'
Dr. Jokyll and Mr. Hyde ? A Wortl
Company of Fare Merit
"Washington. 1\ C. 'Paper.''
Another large audience was pr?
<onl last night to witness the (loo
<win Slock Company presenting "
Daughter of Satan." The plav w
? drama in four acts and portray
the disastrous results of wine, w
men and song. Tho company v
celled themselves last, night and ea
member appeared to better advantn
than r-v. '.Ire previous night.
Miss Flora Nelson, the. company
charming loading woman, appear
dn the title role, and although t
part was -entirely repellanl to Y
mature,she played in the manner boi
Tho universal verdict last night w
Ilia I Aliss Nelson is the cloveri
leading woman that has ever play
(Washington. Special attention mi
be called to tlra elegant gowns wo
by Miss Nelson (.luring1 the first two
'Y acts. They were 'elegant ami to the
/ladies worth the price of admission.
Mr. Goodwin, as Ralph llorton,
?- the drunkard, was excellent and his
he portrayal of the demon brandy in
>" tho seeond act brought storms of ap111
plause. Others in the cast worthy of
mention Ave re Mr. Win. F. Scheller,
who played a double, the misled youth
'y> Orval, and the renegade count, Mr.
id Will (j. Davis as Isidore Markheitnr?
er, the funny Jew. The specialties t
re were excellent as well as numerous.
|1- Tonight the coni'pany will present
in a four ael dramatization of Robt.
Louis Stevenson's great physiological
n'ovol, "Dr. Jekyll and Mr.
Hyde." This is (lie play that made
tlie late Mr. Richard Mimslleld famous,
his version of the play naturally
being accounted Ihe best.
1: TIm? Goodwin Slock Company will
* 1 present tin? Mansfield version tonight
with Mr. Goodwin in the title role.
The story is of a respectable phy'*
sieiaii in London who discovered a
,s drug, by the aid of which he; could i
n Iranvjforni himself from a man into a j
'I' | fiend incarnate, ami tells how lie .
" eventually ran out of Ihe drug and his
l~ struggles for supremacy to try ami
I).- his heller self.
The beauty of lliis play is ilia) il
i) is based upon facts ami is a True |
[I. episode of an actual happening. li i
t gives the secret ot 111old hrliel in j
i- I rnnseodenlal medicine and is a rcve- j
is lalion of students of eyeology.
ie Tho Goodwin Company have been
1 complimented by all Ihe metropolii),
Ian dailies in Ihe South upon their
>r presentalion of this play, on account
r, of the way I tin 1 il was rendered, sfaf[f
ing that il, would do credit to n highlV
' I kiiil dcnlero, 25c. Money rrliuxliil if it f?ilnto il<i all 1;
d | '.u. .v ? ii 111 mi
llhis is V
d It is not our pol
I; bail for breakfast
lemon for dinner
< ! shop worn goods
ii find at "Special Ba
dear at any price.
Jj gle item in our line
a lower price thai
viceable goods at *
your own interes
,y Show You a
on any every pure
s- large trade we cor
llv a day or by "Sp
a* Only by persistent
;(_ have we gained
public. Spend yc
jro dollar gives the fc
ist The ?;air and ?
er priced attraction.
There will bo a double bill of specialties
tonight in order to g-ive Mr
(Joodwin an opportunity to rccovei
himself after each act as the part if
an exceedingly strenuous one.
Don't Miss It!
Young men and boys
are especially invited
to hear the New York
Morgan L. McKoon,
National Lecturer for
the Loyal Temperance
Legion Branch of the
W. C. T. U., who will
tell of the great temperance
Kvcrybody invited. All young
people are urged to come to heat
one of New York's most popular
FKBRUARY 17th and 18th.
Newberry, S. C.. Central Methodist
Church. On Monday afternoon
at 4 o'clock he will speak to
the ladies of \V. C. T. U.
Rational Pneumonia Treatment.
The most successful pliysicions are
mow treating pneumonia by the application
of counter-irritants." Tbev are
learning to resist the temptation to
doctor the cough, which, after all, is
only nature's effort to relieve herself,
and arc endeavoring to reach the seat
if the congestion without the use of
Some are using preparations about
is pleasant to the patient as an application
tif mud or putty, but the wisest use
1 pleasant liquid counter-irritant
The ideal remedy is Noah's Ianiment.
Is earcf.tlly compounded ingredients
lossess wonderful powers of penetration
>ud immediately reduce the indammaion
Noah's Liniment is absolutely harmless,
and can be used freely without conultation
with a physician. Apply the
iniment freely over the point of pain or
ongestion. Saturate a hot flannel and
eep it applied to that portion of the
iody. '1 he effect will be almost iiumeliate,
and in many cases the threatened
meumonia will be dispelled before a
>hvsician can be secured.
best for rheumatism, sciatia, lame
?ack, stiff joints and muscles, sore throat,
olds, strains, sprains, cuts, bruises,
olic, cramps, etc. l;or internal and exemal
aches and pains Noah's I,iniment
las no et|ual. 1'or sale and guaranteed
iy your druggist, 25c Sample for the
iskiug. Noali's Remedy Co., Richmond
MaOMMMMaWMMtf.fJgW ?> >111 Ml?uiufMMq
licy to hand you out a
ana follow it with a
and supper. Shoddy,
such as you generally
irgain Sales" are too
There is not one sinon
which there is not
i any other firm can
We mean honest serBargain
rt?come?if we don't
Glean Gut Saving
hase pass us by, The
nmand was not built in
ecial Bargain Sales."
: hard and honest toil
the confidence of the
)ur money where the
jurs for Bargains,
gov! r. b. glenn
Of North Carolina, Says About
I GOWAN'S PNEUMONIA CURE
THE GREAT EXTERNAL REMEDY
For Coughs, Colds, Croup, Throat and
s ? = Chest Troubles
ing to the people?especially the children. I lu
and throat Uonbles with marvelous effect. It is
Anytime in the world th^t I can say a word for ;
I For Sale by all Druggist
(I Jt? W?lr(
j! ^ REGISTERED ^
fflf the standard
* W T' ** J! ^ ^
j ^ie time
WmmtT F0 S, i
VALENTINES, VALENTINES, and FSEESMiaiWBWSm
post. cards at Broadens & Iiuff's. | lis
Herald and Xews building. I
AVALUABLE PLANTATION FOR
We will rent for the year 1908,
the farm of 338 acres of land situated WT
about one mile east of Silver Street i I '
and owned by the estate of Win. W. [ ?g - ?
Spearman. There is open upon the i H 01
place about a four horse contract and ; ?j j
made this year 50 bales of cotton. IB j ? |J^
The place will be rented cither for ja
money or l?nles of cotton. Apply to | I COlW
the undersigned. S |j
M. A. Carlisle, If i^ip? g
John C. Goggans, B g|jU|?| I
Executors of Win. W. Spearman. I , I g1 I
Newberry, S. C., Deer 31, 1907. I 1 B IV 1
THE STANDARD DR. Gno. ^
WAREHOUSE CO. |j J-*' BR
BEGS TO ANNOUNCE:
I. Its warehouse receipts are regarded
as the highest class of bankable collateral - ^l^ai a
2 If money can be borrowed on any- II n g 1g| n
thing it can be borrowed on the receipt KM 11 8 I (J PI U j
of The Standard Warehouse Company. I IVI1III
3 Banking institutions are familiar .
with the methods and strict business *-! 'H
principles and financial standing of The B o r
Standard Warehouse Company, and seek ^ -J ^
its receipts as a basis of loans. M ??h
4. The identical cotton that you place r_T <5 ^ <D
in the warehouse is returned upon sur- U< W u
render of receipts.
5. In case of fire your cotton is paid ?-h i
for at market value, and you have no hh (j
difficulty as to insurance, the full in- r?
surance being maintained by The Stand- ^2 ^
ard Warehouse Company. /j
6. All insurance on cotton is main- W
tained at full value in the highest class . "
! Knglish and American Insurance Com
panics. > ^
I 7. The Standard Warehouse Company "th
( is absolutely independent of any other ^
organization and conducts its affairs upon
strict business methods.
| 8. The paid up capital stock of The
Standard Warehouse Company is $350,1
000.00, and the company is absolutely
safe, and its warehouse receipts come ?lv>Ilg Willi C
) ahead of the stockholders. ?
9. By having a number of Standard SO SllOW yOll
Warehouses constructed so as to comply < ? .
with insurance regulations and econo- DStllK. lO gUJir
lilies in general inanagement The Stan- 1 . . .
dard Warehouse Company offer the cheap- Cl?l lfllCrCStS.
est rate compatible with sound business ? ? .
methods, ample insurance and the full- yOU aDSOlUtC
est protection of its( receipts.
10. The Standard Warehouse Com pan}'
is anxious to have all cotton of farmers
| and others stored, and offers the most "lyf A
com pie te protection and encouragement Odl iie>l
for farmers desiring to hold their cotton. T \ lllr.r?b-x*n
11. RtUes will be furnished upon ap- D1?CK.W<
plication to Mr. J. D. Wheeler, local t? /-1 lVfatthn
manager Standard Warehouse Company, -t"-l?*llll^'
Newberry, S. C.
"I make it a rule never to recommend I k tjfi
medicines until I liave myself tried |?
them, as there are a great many in the
land that are perfect shams, but having VU
tried your Cure for Colds, sore throat ^
and other iullanialory troubles, I have ,
no hesitation in cordiality recommending
it to the public, for I think it a bless- L 19
ivc known of its being used for PNlvUMONIA ^
with pleasure that I give you this testimonial. y
vour company, I will do so without hesitation ,
;s, $1.00, 50c and 25c. I 1
ainawnitiUMiiHiT- ?M?ea??B??^ I
iree years 1
of the South 1
i fish guano. %mm '
BMIII.III Minifc mi hi ? ?w?a?a?bbbbw??bww?m i i iir/?
NEW ACCOUNTS I
OPENED WEEKLY. 1 j
e do not go Backward. r[
jrs is not a boom, but a steady I \
^member we welcome small acits
as well as the large. 1 ^
Sank of Prosperity,
Prosperity, S. C. j
7. I-IUNTKR, 1 DR. J. S. WIIKKUvR,
President. V. President. I
XH, J. A. COUNTS, rj
nshier. Assistant Cashier. t]
LTBANK OF NEWBERRY S. C|>V^
B^T nl of
^Ww S-X 3 8 - 8 p
JT ' f \ E E
very man or woman of goodgjudgment,
r good judgment in the selection of a
d your funds and look after your finanThis
bank solicits your account, assuring
safety. Why not open an account NOW?
le. H. C. Moseley. T. B. Carlisle.
elder. Robt. Norris. Geo. Johnstone.
ws. S. B. Aull. Jos. H. Hunter.