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9& democrats to form clubs. i
^Lpall Issued by the Executive Commit- !
^K tee?Club in Every Precinct
^fj'or the organization of Democratie l
^ Mubs iti every vol inn preeinct in (lie I
fl >emocrat ic national committee. Mr. \
^ liryan. it is said, informed Chairman
^ Mack and other members of the com- i
niitlee that he believed that the De- ]
p moeratie eause would derive its meat- \
I est impetus from the formation of
i these. clubs throughout (he country. \
jjThe appeal for club organization was j j
'signed hy Chairman Mack ami John ,
,\V. Tomlinson. head <?f I lie commit-! (
itee on club organizations. Assertiui; 1 -<
rthnt the Republican party intends to s
'relv on favor-seeking interests, the ,
call for club organization says: >1
''All patriotic citizens. irrespec- I
live of party, who stand for the rule'o
of I he people and who are against the i
corrupt <>r unfile influence of money 1
kin elect imis and to that end favor
[publicity of the larger campaign con-'
' Iribution's before 11:?' elect ion as dekmanded
by the Democratic platform, j
[are urged to organize themselves ini'mediatelv
into campaign clubs for
jthe presidential election. ,
' "All organizations in sympathy,.,
are expected to assist actively in this |
work. The chairniiin of the Oeniocratic
State committee in each State i v
iis requested to have each county and (
' precinct committeeman organize a j,
campaign club in each precinct on or1,,
before the 1 t ii day of September. (j
[and to call meetings imiiiediaiely for ,,
that purpose. All existing oruanizn^tions
should nieel at once and appoint . ,,
Blcampaiun < <*mini 1 ices. .,
M " Xo specia 1 plan ??I' organization (>
Bor by-laws is necessary.''
S|i Former National Chairman Tliom- ..
as Talari railed al Democrat ic headB
quarters today and conferred with jj
Mr. Mack and other members of the p
committee regarding campaign plans. I ?
Speakin<r of (he situation in Ohio!],
Hand in Tndiana. Mr. Tagjrarl said: j ],
"The situation in Indiana. so far | ](
fltas the Democrats are concerned, is j.
abetter than it has been for twenty j(
Hvears and there is absolute harmony
Bin the parly ranks. Indiana is in'the r.
gy lemocr-.i i<- column without a doubt. n
reports llial I receive from Ohio |,
HKre also encourauini:'. and I shall nol
He surprised to see il,c Democrats in (,|
jplBial State (deel llicir candidate for (|
^HLvcrnnr and ui\ e a majority for the
BHtcmocratic national ticket." J )>(
^H( 'hairman Mack lias given up the'j]
^Bgan of returning Mast the early part p,
HB next week and tin- Eastern head-: p,
gBiarters in New York will not. be j nj
^onened. in all nrohnhilit v. until about. I ?
t , . J --- >11
'fctlic first of next month. | Sf
| LAURENS PHYSICIAN DIES, j
tor. Godfrey, Victim of Runaway Ac-1
ft cidcnt, Succumbs to his Iu^^Laurenx,
AmjjiisI I!.- At fi o'clock:
afternoon. twenly-eiuhl hours afEHr
the fearful runaway accident in
^Bliich he was injured, T)r. Bcnneff
Imini* I* I<|X?nmtttli I? III1':
'TNUKK SOl'THKUX SKIES." .
Franklin (hnll'rcy '?r<?aI L> ?t his 1:i<| in
he home <>i Mr. Frank M:rlin. wlicrc
it1 was taken immeiliately alter Fie
i? .'iilcn!. i) 111>rm;ii hemorrhage was j
lie cause th. 1)r. (iiulfrey nev r
rallied nor oven uaiued strength j
mllicient In warrant **ti?m. From ''
li<' l'irst flic physicians in charge enertaino?l
hut little hope of his
Mrs. (lodl'rey and their i- ;i 1? 1 r?*ii J
aviv at tiu> hedside wlmn death came. |
I'lii' funeral services will he held t<>- i
n>>rr<i\v morninji' at It) o'clock hy tin
Masons at Koekv Sprinsrs church, a
:ew miles from the city.
Dr. rjodfrey was a popular man ami
imlily regarded as a physician, his
iractiec heinir <|uite evten.sive. 11 o
v;is a native of this county; was
hirty-five years of aye: a son of
dr. .Tas. W. Godfrey. of the l\kom
cclion. ami married Miss Ressie Ctuilinidiain,
i.f which union there were
>*u*n fi?*e children. T?r. Godfrey and
lis family were verv widely * <mni?c*t' 1
in this cor.niy. llis mil iim.-l v ileal It
s a distinct loss to the community.
Lauren-, Auuusi l."?.?This after- |
indii ; I 'J o'clock there occurred a |
lis.'si ro'.;s ruiawiiv. result in*: in ser-j
ous injury to Mr. !?. F. Godfrey, the
omplete demoliiion of his hnu^y and :
lie fatal injury of his horse. IV.
iodfrev was drivinsr from his home,
bout four miles from the city, into
.aureus and crossed the Charleston
nil Western Carolina Railway track
k'ithin the city limits just ahead of
lassenirer train Xo. 2 from Spartan
'iirtr. I lie passing of tlit* train of!
ars so el.isc 1 ic!iind the horse evi- |
ently c;tiiM't| tin' runaway. (In* horse!
t;;!? Miif :i dash ilu?.v mi he declining!
oad toward I.idle 1Ji r llridu'e. So!
real was the ^pced that when the
1:r:! < !' road at !iiv<-r Mr:* 1 was j
In ?I horse, biiuuy and driver i
mashed into tin* railing of tin* !?ridii"t*. j
nd learinu it away. fell nearly I wen- !
v feci into llie small -iream below,
lie horse l'allins- on top of l)r. fiodrey.
and the bnirgy beinsr torn com-j
letely up. Tlie horse's hind leer was]
roken in I wo places. and it will I
ave to he killed. Dr. fiodfrey's left.
'V was broken just a little above the
nee. one rib fractured and hurl in rnally.
The extent of the doctor's injuries j:
innot ye< be determined a< he lias ! (
o| recovered from the shock. Kor-:
tnately there was a neijro Mandimrjl
i*arby when th'* accident occurred, j I
!<e Dr. <!odlY"V would have been i
row nod in f 110 <lialli?\v yfream, for h
is head was in water when tin- netrro I |
\'ii'hc)l him. It is -apposed that 1
le falling of the horse on Dr. God
ey caused his severest and most 1
ninful injuries. At 7 o'clock to- j
ffl:t Dr. Godfrey had not shown any i
itisfactory rally and was still in a |
mi-conscious state and in a very t
The undersigned trustees will re-' i
ivo applicant ions for teacher of the ; |
dieav school in No. 4 township 1 ^
M. A. lien wick, j]
T. If. Urock, j ]
S. A. liikard, L
* - ~ % * *rti'***-***?
\T Ol'KHA I.IOl'SK MONDAY. Al'(!
EVANGELIST SANKEY DEAD.
r.'vnm Writer and Friciul cf Moody
Dies in Brooklyn?Totally Blind
for Many Years.
New York. Auuu>l 1 !.? I i*:i i>. Sunkey.
known ;is nil evangelist ihronuhonl
tlie ('ln isl ian world, died last
niiflit sit his home in Brooklyn. but
I lie news id' his p:is?dni* did not beeome
trenernlly known until today.
Mr. Saukey was (iS years of aue. for
the lasl five years he had heen hiiml
and had suffered a complication of
diseases, broujrht on by overwork. Rul
almost to the very last he worked at
hymn writinj*. His tours throughout
this country and Rurope with Hwiuhl
L. Moody, the evangelist, brought him
into wide prominence.
Saukey. it miuht be said, wrote
the (lospel hymns of the world. In
t'hiii!!, Kvvpi. lui'.i.i. Japan. in almost
everv lau^nave known to mar.
Saukey's hymns are >uir_r. He rec(
i?'!>i| a lartre im*o >ie from his publi
i <:?I?'? :i' I? of an
estate. A monc Mr. Sankev's most
familiar composit ions are: ''The
und Nine" :in<l "'When the
Mists have K.'lli'.l .\w;ty." His mhi'.'s
:?ro said to have had eirculati?hi 'if
more than fifty million copies.
lie was a rapid composer an<l wrote
hook a Tier hook of (Jospel hymns.
During I he last five or six years of
his life lie was interested in preparing
ami publishing the story of (he
flospel hymns. AI the same time he
saved his wonderful voice for posterity
hy sinjrinir into phonographs. The
reeords were sent all over the world.
Senkev first met Mo?n|v ai the V.
M. A. convention in Indianapolis.
Moody was so charmed with the
voire/ man's voice that 11 nrued him
to accompany him his evan,_,,,1i"J!c
tours. Sankey explained that !: was
nnirried and could not vivc up his
i uh :iim-i e<i'iic, said
Moody. '' I -_;f I al? Mil! without
Sankey consulted witli his wife and
they east in I heir In! willi M r. Moody.
They visited (ireat Britain from 187.1
|<? 187:*> and airain in 188:?. and made
many tours throuuhout the I'nited
States. "When Mr. Moody died Mr.
San key felt keenly the lo^s of his
friend. From that time he tried to
conduct the work alone, which they
had hitherto shared between them,
lint the I- k was loo <.rreal. In liHi'J
hi- phvsicial condition compelled him
lo '.:ive 111? inovl <it" his "\>i .?. 1 i-.1 i --i!
work, although lie conlinued for <onie
lime lo compile new series of hymn
Imoks. Then came failing eyesitrhl.
which speedily developed into total
Hind moss. Willi 1110 blindness came
ilso a norvous breakdown. Afler his
retirement from public life the im-j
iression became ireneral throughout
lie country Dial ho was (load.
Mr. Rankey lived in Brooklyn for j
wonty-sevon yoars and i! was there
hat most of his soners wore written.
To was a smerer from boyhood and
lis voioo aflraolod attention in the
lamlot of Kdinbnrcrb, T'a.. whom ho
vas born. A minst 28. Ifti". AI I ho
)o?innincr of lii> active life Mr. Sancoy
was a Methodist. but for |ho last
seven yoars lio had boon a TVe^hyteian.
ITe is survived by a widow, Fan- j
1, s ^ ^ |
1 ' ' MAi.fA -:^^i^^:!'^. 9 '
4Ru &y%y- '^':0$Ml ">^'vSSX
; C^V, *< ; ^ sgggj^tf^ aJX^ I
irsT j i, urns.
j nic Y. Snnkey. his two suns, I. Allen
Sankev ;*.ml Kdwjml Sunkoy, mid two
j NEWBERRY UNION STATION, j
: Arrival and Departure of Passenger !
Trains?Effective 12.01 A. M.
Sunday, June 7th, 1908.
No.'15 for Orconvillo .. . ,S.57a.m.
No, IS fur Columbia .. ..1.-I0 p.m.
No. !1 l or (i recnville .. ..r5.120 p.m.
No. JO for Columbia S.17 p.m.
C., N. & L. Ry.
*No S5 for Laurens 5.10 a.m.
No. 22 for Columbia .. ..8.47 a.m.
No. 52 for fJrcenvillt? .. 12.50 p.m.
v? -,T r\. 1 ?
*.*, ?wi \ uiuiiiuju ji.ni.
'Xo. 21 for 1,aureus .. . .7.2") p.m.
*Xo. 84 for Columbia .. . .R.MR p.m. j
" Docs not run on Sunday
Tl:i> liiuo table shows the limes :?t j
which trains may bo cxpocted to le- '
part from this station, hut I heir departure
is not sruarnnteod and tho
limo shown is subject to ehamre with- I
on! notice. j
0. L. Hobinson,
Station Master. ;
CHARLESTON & WESTERN CAROLINA
Schedule in clfect May 31, 190S. ,
I a*. Xe wherry (C X & L) 12:5(5 p.m.
Ar. Laurens 2:02 p.m.
Lv. Laurens ((' & \V C) 2:35 p.m.
Ar. Greenville d :00 p.m.
Lv. Laurens 2:32 p.m.
Ar. Sparlanbur<; 4:05 p.m.
Lv. Sparlanburir (So. Kv.) 5:00 p.m.
A iv 11 < nil*.? - ?"i? >'i
.... .ic i : ?;> p.m. | j
Ar. Asheville 8:~>0 p.m.
I.v. I .aureus (C & \V 0) 2 ::5'2 p.m. 1
Ar. C!i im'iiwihhI :!?2 p.m. i
A r. M H ormiek T :.'!!> p.m. i
Ar. Anjrusta (>: I."> p.m. |
Tri-W'eekl\ 1'ar'ar Car lim' lie-!
r 1 ! *
i ween Amjnslii : 111 < 1 Asheville. I rains.
\i >. \ .nitl 2, leave Ani*nsla Tuesdays, ! ^
Thursdays ami Saturdays. leave"
Aslieville Mondays, Wednesdays and*
Note: The above arrivals and departures,
as well as connections with
other companies, are given as information,
and are not guaranteed.
Gen. Pass. Agl.,
Augusta, f a.
Deo. T. Bryan,
Greenville, S. C.,
( iv n. Air I. i
NOTICE OP FINAL SETTLEMENT j
Notice is hereby given that the tin-j
dersiyiied as the administ rat or of the I ?
firixiiKil estate of Susanna I'Yances
Sctzler. deceased, will, at II o'clock
of I lie forenoon on the lHlli day of -jAugust
next, nmko a final accounting
in I lie Probata (k>urt for Newberry g
county for said estate, and that he
will immediately thereafter apply to a
said court for a final discharge. All
persons having demands against said *
estate will render an account thereof
lo the undersigned, or to Messrs.
Schumpert and Holloway, attorneys,
duly attested, on or oel'orn said time
of set t lenient.
fieo. A. Set/.ler,
July 10, 1008.
1 wm'1 v^* *** Well
finished, Strong, Durable
Rib Strengthened Mold. Full Chilled
Point, Land and Standard. Point has
Chill, Long Snoot Chill, Patented 1
STRONGEST and MOST DURABLE
Whon buying- a Plow, Coueidor duality
FOR SALE BY
E. M. EVANS
rai i ii ?ww vjicwMau/Tiovv.irivanvaujuugw.%*?vruACT
WAN T E
To call your attentic
of Box reaper, Tablets,
Ledgers, Cash Book:
tracts, Talcum Powdc
ter and Tooth Powd
make the prices riglv
see us before making yc
HERALD^ NEWS E
??a??bp ? in mi? in !!! iii win Minimn ?? i? i n
Wc Lend J
We provide easy terms of
% a 9 . ? ? "
we en a Die Borrowers to a<
in Monthly Installments, on
allowed to meet obligations ;
It is cheaper than paying r
to save money to buy a hoin
If you want to save money
take a Security Contract. It
Call on A. J. Gibson, Assta
Treasurer, at oft ice, corner I
streets, next door to Copelai
CTniSftBYV I ^ V. \\?\ sy
5*^ u i.i iti k'il I 1 I v i . < ' ) i'i
* * "vvfr.vkwt*',xar ktc/ymium ovi iccaa-iwa^^vrra rviiia.fi -y..,, y} v/aa*** xujjv
When You Purchast
We bought when goods we
ind we seil at much LOW
he everlasting Bargain Day
Thv. nimble nickel is more
han the slow dollar.
^ f\ \'v\ i-\ * * ty ^ I . i-- - ? -- -*
w w 111 j-j cx 11; l] u ci 111 y n n g you v
hat the greatest GENUINE
Llways to be found at
The Fair and Squc
First shipment of fall goodi
Never no better, nor cheap
can Plow Co.,
EVABSVILLE, I NO.
>, Light Draft.
Face Chill, Wide Edge
Extension and is the
Chilled Point made.
First, Trico Socond.
tt. -;ra v.* / v/vivm4t.f.sii'tan?a?i
3r\ to our line
s. Also Exsr,
Toi I(..t YVaer.
t. Come and
ccumulate a fund
which interest is
ent. If you want
e take a Security
for any purpose
nt Secretary and
3oyce and Adams
*, * J-. o a !A ?
j?w]?niiru^'ATx:/%?vrju.i nt.v> ui uvuffuanvutM
3 your FALL
re at the LOWEST
E H P RIC E S t h a n
So! 1 c) r p. -
appreciated by us
vi 11 invariably find