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Ganderboiic's July Forecast. whe
(Copyright l!)0S, by ('. II. Rietli.) Tl
JI was July i lio seven! h, I'is
Ami Denver was gay lie i
.Willi flags nnd with hunting, erov
And hip and hooray, and
Ami I lie man in 1 he. chair (hey
flopped I he place where his hair '
Was Witiiled to grow, ligli
And he said, ".lust to show seur
The liuinor we're in, doe.*
J am going to ask will
For a hon mot from Bryan
Of Lincoln, Nehrask" Win
There was wit in his smile The
As the Peerless One bowed A
And stilled the applause And
Of the good-natured crowd
."Willi a wave of his hand; "\\
Ami he said in his bland, We
Oratorical way, T
"We are gathered today
On the bank of the I 'la lie O
Where ils clear waters lap /od
The feet of the lulls will
As you'll tind on the map." nnd
11 is smile was as soi l will
As the breeze in I he oak, lon
And the multitude wondered, lain
I'nguessing the jokc, min
Till lie said. "Seeing that p
"We are right on the Platte, |1;||.
It ought to be tru<?
That the country will view sj.u
Our party, mv fricne*:, <lr
To be just and exact, v
As the only one havrng, ,| :
A Plal te-forni in fact." ;...i
.IuI\ was named for .lulius Caesar ;in
by Mark Antony. Marfc was Caesar's
pr??ie?re. Mis career was very much Th<
like thai of Mr. Taft. Caesar liked |
him and whenever Iu' came around the Am
gi'-al dictator would .-lap liini on the /
back with suine such exclamation as Tin
"Mark, 1 will make yon a tribune!" /
lie kept his word. too. and always '|']lt
delivered the goods to Mark at the 1
lloman conventions. Mark made Ihe 1
funeral oration for Caesar, and he '|
stirred up the lionian puplnoe until wh
it wrecked the base ball park looking the
for Brutus and the rest of the Mafia, (ho
lie was also the originator of the aITi- ]<(>(
nity idea. His alVmity was Cleopa- <yjn
tra, and every time he returned from
Kgypl, his wife and his mother-in-law Sai
met him at the dock wrm a sel of golf |slj
clubs. He eventually became the vir- or,
tual ruler of Kgvpt, institnled local wli
option and other reforms, barged 1U<
with the queen upon the moonlit Nile, wli
and killed himself while he was hap- Se<
]>v, knowing it couldn't last. ?<)
The bill sent in bv Teddy's side
For services to date,
Has been received and duly filed
Till we can liquidate; .
About the third the household bills 1 '
Will all come down the line,
But the Democratic party will W
Not render us its While House Bill
Until July the nine. <<l
July the Fourth will dawn .again,
diverting circumstance, and the bubbling
boy will light his punk before
be finds his pants. He'll roll down an
stairs with screams of joy, conlemp- t?
tuous of hurt, and start tho battle mi
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18.00 20.75 24.20
19.00 22.05 25.00
20.10 23.50 27.60
21.35 25.10 29.55
22.75 26.85 31.65
24.30 28.80 34.00
26.00 30.90 36.50
27.90 33.25 39.25
30.00 35.85 42.20
32.30 38.65 45.40
T NORR1S, Gei
n lie burns flip tail off of his shirt.
Iip ,vo111111 id runiMincer will charge
powder In I lie pound, and while
ilops if many kids will boldly
I'd around. He'll light (lie fuse,
' hey will skip; but when
I nil to gef | he proper
II Ihe\ II lmi |u see if it, is
led yet. A loud ker-baug (a
\y f hi tig a cannon sonictitncs
:) and the angels looking down
sigh, "Hy hoky-pokc, it was!"
n Kngland and her tyrant king
of too almighty skittish,
angry patriots turned out
nd blew up all the British ;
I when the Fourth eoines round
ifli no one to forbid it,
all blow one another up
o show them how we did it.
n the 22d the sun will eider (lie
iaeal sign of Leo the Lion. This
make Mr. Roosevelt roar, and
lyeoddles, nature fakers, rich
efaelors, reactionaries and liars
take lo their holes. Sea lions will
il'y fhe young navy reernil, and
r will knock oj'f every twenty
ufes and rush the prowler.
o\s born under Loo make good
vest hands and want $8 a day.
y have a keen sense of smell, and
'I for the house before the meals
hall cooked. They roar upon
y slight provoeatton, never pay
ir bill until the gas is shut off.
iron era I ly gel the lion's share of
(stale il appointed administralor.
music of the binder w ill
?p heard across the mere,
il flic wafer boy wyrt hunt the sado
Uid sweetly pound his ear.
Stales thai voted dry will paid,
Unl fhe boozers w ill defy
' loe lo take anofher vole
n August or July.
Hie wife and children will resorl
ere they can swim and sail, am
y 11 write for money every I inn
' boat lakes out fhe mail. They'I
>p poor papa, slaving man. a-dig
ig in his peans, and while Ihey'n
ing pom pa no, he'll make out ot
'dines. I hey 11 also live on moun
n trout, and muskelongn and croak
and pa will try to pay for if will
iaf he wins at poker. He'll elien
e Href llarte's Chinaman, am
ion he shall beseech forgiveness
'ins oul of reach, his plea shall br
oi'give me, Lord, niv folks sire a
id 11 clip dear will honeymoon
W if h A una his I o hold,
id he will sigh, "Ma chore, you
Are worth your weight in gold."
hereat she'll say. -while kissing hit:
HcnealIt her broad brimmed hat,
ftut, dear, 1 don'I weigh what 1 dii
\\ hen Honi told me that."
And then hot August will relurt
d John I), gel in line and pay hi
elftl- installment on that thirt;
le Pacific Mutual Life is th<
>rtunes are held, under the law
lent Policy contains the Tota
a few dollars to the regula
Sickness and Accident, in ad
Newberry, S. C.
RESPECT FOR DIVINER IN INDP
Too Gifted a Man to be Exposed t
Danger of Imprisonment.
Diviners and spellbinders an
adepts in while and black titanic sti
abound in India, and though (hoi
habitat is the village lliev arc n
strangers in the city. Just befoi
the last mail left a curious case c
the kind came before Mr. Thon
hill, the chief presidency magistral
A tliH'l was committed in the hoiu
of one Namln Lai Khan in Batlmrii
gliatta. lie learned that there live
in the neighborhood a man name
Katva Nando Sarastvati, who was
icputed adept in lanrric lore, and wl
protessed to detect thieves by meat
of a process known as nalcbala, or tl
sense ot smell. fhri man's serviei
were requisitioned, and by means (
divination lie "smeif out'' a cert a'
person in public as the person wl
had committed the theft.
I lie latter felt himself lowered
I In* estimation of his friends and r
la lives in consequence, and obtaitx
a process anainst the accused, wl
was accordingly arrested and wil
d ie gravity and formality cliarg<
with defamation "b% .aving singh
out, by means of certain rites," j
inoffensive person as a man of In
character capable of robbing a neig
Now, in the ordinary course of e
cuts Salva Nando would have gone
prison, bnl the eotnplaining citi/.o
repenting him at the last moment
J It a \ ing exposed to this danger a in:
filled with the power of divinalio
i'soiiiiht the clemency of ilie mag
If.lie, and through an advocate boji
1 ">g 'lie historic name of Copal Chu
der Mookerjce intimated that I
matter had been amreably sell led ai
requested permission to withdraw t
^ charge. 1 his was accordingly don<
4 ^ "Government by Injunction.
' New York World.
Government by injunction," is
% meaningless, mouth-filling ter
^ which has held a high place in A
Bryan s political vocabulary for t
] last dozen years. A writ of injui
^ lion is undoubtedly government; so
a writ of mandamus or a writ of 1
j h0iX- corpus, so is an indictment, oi
s .i?xliro's charge, or the verdict of t
jury or the granting of an appeal.
I 10very ollicial nation of a court
government. Every official action
a common council, a legislature
congress is government. Rverv o
cial action of a mayor, a governor
a president is government. When }
Bryan rails against government bv
junction it is doubtful if he hims
n ,ms.n 'b'Cinite, coherent idea of wl
be is trying to say. (Vrtainlv there
nothing definite or coherent'in his
1 J act on the so-called injunction pla
in the Republican platform; for
1 hat Mr. Bryan is finally able
b evolve from Ibis criticisms is t]
h "this is the treatment received by
v wageearncrs from the national' c
vcutio^ and tho Kepublic&a party.'
The undersigned trustees will re- I
ccive applications for teacher of the |
Lclieay school in No. 4 township.
* M. A. Renwick,
T. H. Brock,
S. A. Rikard,
a Wo will furnish a first class barbe- 1
" cue with refreshments at Fair View
scliool house, on Saturday, Juno 27th.
j Dinner thirty-five and forty-five
cents. The candidates and every- i
body are invited. ]
Robert L. Amick. I
Jno. E. Moore.
RE-REGISTRATION OF VOTERS, i
Notice is hereby given that the sup- :
ervisors of registration will be at J
their offices in the court house dur- |
ing tlie months of July and August
to re-enroll voters of this county in
accordance with provisions of an act
of (lie general assembly approved the ,
? ">(li day of February, 1008. The office (
will be open every day except Sunday ,
from 0 a. m. lo C> p. in. during these ]
tw<? months. The law requires that, all ,
voters shall he re-registered.
10. L. Ilayes, Chairman.
H. H. Leit/.scv,
J. W. Werts,'
Supervisors of Registration.
DR. HUIET'S All-Healing Liniment, j
the best household remedy on the
market, try it and. be convinced.
Mayes* Drug Store.
[ 'or Bush river school. Salary, $10
per month. Term, six or seven
months. Applications should be sent
in by July ! >, to either of the under- .
^ J. T. Sterling,
V/. |i. Martin,
Route 1, Newberry, S. C.,
L C. Singley,
Route .1, Newberry, S. C.
21 aw- until loth.
i'r LET BROADDUS & RUFF DO your
() Lnundry Work,
(i I will furnish a first class barbecue
at my residence on Friday, July 10,
10 1008, the public is cordially invited,
i- A good dinner is guaranteed to be
d served to all. The dinner will be
'd cooked by Messrs. Kibler & TIalfacrc.
? Admission: Gentlemen 50 cts., La1
o dies 40 cts., Children half price.
,s Respect fullv,
10 D. E. Halfacre.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
1,1 hi consideration of a petition sufficietitly
signed hv electors and freeholders
of Chappells School District
in No. ,'W, we the members of the Coune
ty Hoard of Education of Nowbwrry
>d County, S. ('., do hereby order an
io election to be held at fhe school
tli house of said district on the 10th
d day of July, 1008, between the hours
id of eight and four "to determine
iu whether or not the additional tax
i\v now levied upon the property in said
h- District for school support shall be
continued.'' Those favoring the conv_
tiuuance of the fax will vote, yes;
)(( fhose contrary will vole no. Regis,n<
trafion certificate and lax receipt are
(,l necessary to vote,
in J. S. Wheeler,
hi, S. J. Derrick,
is- E. O. Counts,
ir- County Hoard of Education.
IU. SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
ll(l Via Southern Railway.
I1(, Hound trip summer excursion
, tickets to seashore and mountain resort
points are now on sale via
Southern Railway at greatly reduced
rates. Tickets good returning until
October /list, 1008. Ashcville,
Waynesville, Hendersonville, in the
j11.' "Land of the Sky"; Lake Toxaway
]'' and the "Beautiful Sapphire Conntry,"
now in their glory.
Apply to Southern Railway agents
s for rates, tickets, etc.
j. c. Lusk,
I \ Division .Passenger Agent.
J. L. Meek, Charleston, S. C.
. Asst. Gen'1 Passenger Agt.,
^ Atlanta, Ga.
^ FOR UNITED STATES SENATE.
,aj 1 beg to announce my candidacy
js for the United States senate in the
j,l_ approaching Democratic primary, and
n|. I respectfully solicit the support of
jl the Democratic voters of this Slate.
(0 R. G. Rhctt.
^ FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER.
on- I hereby announce myself a candi'
^date for Railroad Commissioner
state of South Carolina, subject to
lie rules governing I lie Democratic*
James A. Sumtnerselt,
Columbia, S. C.
FOR THE STATE SENATE:
Alan Johnstone is hereby nominat)d
for the State Senate, subject to the
rules of the Democratic primary.
C. T. Wyclie is hereby announced
for reelection to the House of Representatives,
subject to the result of
the Democratic primary election. '
T announce myself a candidate for
re-elcction to the House of Representatives
of South Carolina, subject
to the rules of the Democratic
E. 1-1. Aull.
I hereby announce myself as a can:lidalc
for membership in the house
>f representatives of the General Asscmbly
of South Carolina from Newberry
county, subject to the action
jf the Democratic primary.
K W. Iliggins.
Being conscious of the fact that I
have discharged the duties of the
sheriff's office to the best of my ability,
and believing that I have the
indorsement of the majority of tho
people of Newberry county, to this
2nd, 1 would again annoucne myself
a candidate for reelection, subject to
I he decision of the Democratic primary.
M. M. Buford.
1 am a candidate for Sheriff of
Newberry county, subject to the rules
i>f the Democratic party.
Cannon 0. Blcasc.
J. N. Bass is hereby announced as
a candidate for coroner of Newberry
county, subject to the rules of the
A\ . lv Koiker is hereby Announced
as ? ennl.date for coroner of Newlurry
?i.M?ity and wiil ; hi the rules
of 11m- Democratic par, *.
L. T. Kpting is hereby announced
as n candidate for coroner and will
abide tho rules of the Democratic
FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
L. D. Morris (better known
as Bobo) is hereby nominated
for the office of Supervisor of Newberry
county, subject to the action
of the Democratic primary.
J. Monroe Wicker is hereby nominated
for reelection to the office of
Supervisor for Newberry county, and
will abide the result of the Democratic
Jack B. Smith is hereby nominated
for the office of Supervisor for Newberry
county, subject to the Democratic
f hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of county Supervisor
and will abide the rules of the
< 1 eniocratic party,
II. II. Abrams.
I announce myself as a candidate
for Supervisor and will abide tire re
suit of the Democratic party.
L. I. Fcagle.
T hereby announce myself a candi
date for Supervisor for Newborn
County and will abide the rules of th<
Townships Nos. 1 and 8.
T hereby announce myself as a can
didatc for Magistrate for Nos. 1 am
8 townships and will abide the rule:
of the Democratic party.
S. G. Carter.
I'1. M. Lindsay is hereby announce!
as a candidate for magistrate for Nos
1 and ft Townships and 'will abide th
result of the Democratic primary.
I am a candidate for Magistral
for Nos. 1 and 8 Townships, and wil
be governed by the rules of the Dc
Jno. Henry Chappell.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Magistrate for Township
Nos. 1 and 8.
C. B. Tidwe'll.
Magistrate No. 3.
I hereby annnounce myself as Can
didato for Magistrate for No.
Township, subject to the action of
the Democratic party. HHj
Magistrate No. 4.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the olfco of magistrate ;
for No. 4 Township, subject to the i V
it. M. Aughtry.
For Magistrate No. 6. I
J. . 1' loyd is hereby announced i
for magistrate for No. G and will 1
abide tlie rules of the Democratic
For Magistrate No. 7.
W. R. Keith is hereby nominated
as a candidate for magistrate for No. |
7 township subject to Democratic pri- '
For Magistrate Township No. 10. j
I am a candidate for Magistrate for |
No. 10 Township, and will be govern- J
ed by tho rules of (lie Democratic par- 1
l-v- P. B. Ellesor. I
For Magistrate No. 11. 1
C. L. Graham is hereby announced I
ns a candidate for Magistrate for No J
11 Township and will abide (lie rules
of the Democratic party. \
W. L. Kibler is announced as a
candidate for Magistrate for number
11 township and wili abide the rules
of tLe Democratic party.
The voters of No. 11 Township
nominate W. B. Graham as a candi- f
date for Magistrate. He will abide
bv the rules of the Democratic party. ' J
SUP'T OF EDUCATION. |
iB. L. Jones is hereby nominated " UM
lor position of Superintendent of Ed- 1
u cation for Newberry County, sub- |
jeet to the decision of ihe Democrat- *
ic primary. j
J. B. O'Neall Ilollowa.v is announecd
as a candidate for County Super- !
ilnndent of Education and will abide j
the rules of the Democratic party. !
J. S. Wheeler is hereby announced
as a candidate for re-election to the >
office of Superintendent, of Education
for Newberry County subject to the
lilies of the Democratic primary.
John L. Epps is announced as a ,
candidate for re-election as ooamty j
treasurer of Newberry county and !
will abide the rules of'the De^ratic 9
FOR CLERK OF COURT. '
Jno.C. Goggans is hereby nominated
, for re-election to the office irf Clerk :
of Court for Newberry county, S. C <
subject to the rules of the D^ccrati'c
, FOR AUDITOR.
WYn. W. Cromer is hereby announced
as a candidate for re-election to
the ofTico of Auditor for Newberry
County, and is pledged to abide tha
rules of the Democratic primary. j;
. I am a candidate for the office of
County Auditor of Newberry county
and will abide the rules of t&ji Demo- '
era tic party, !l
i Eugene S. "Worts.
FOR MASTER ?
IT. IT. Rikard is hereby announced
as a candidate lor re-ch'ction to the
office of Master for Newberry county
subject to the rules of the Democratic
W. A. Hill is hereby announced as
a candidate for Master of Newberry
county and will abide the rules of ,
the Democratic party.
" FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
g I am a candidate for reelection to I
the office of county commissioner for
Newberry county, and will abide the "
result of the Democratic primary.
1 Thos. J. Wilson. /
I am a candidate for reelection to
the office of county commissioner for
Newberry county and will abide the
0 result of the Democratic primary.
1 Very respectfully,
- W. II. Wendt.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for County Commissioner
[? subject to the rules of the Democratic
? convention. '
C. L. Leitzsoy.
G. Y. Dickert is hereby announced
as a candidate for county commission- ftM
i- cr and will abide the rules of tlio ^??
3 Democratic party. . p