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TAFT'S LUNCHEON ADDRESS.
His Remarks at Luncheon in State
Capitol In Columbia On Sat
At the luncheon tendered him in
-Columbia on Saturday last, in the
State Capitol, Presidtnt Taft spoke
"Your committee from Columbia
called on me in Augusta before I had
assumed the course of office and were
good enough to invite me to come
here and I said I would come and I
am here. That is one promise of the
administration -that I have redeemed.
I don't claim any credit for it, be
cause a man who would not come to
Columbia when he could and enjoy
such a festivity and welcome as this
does not understand a good thing
when he sees it.
"I am greatly honored to be re
ceived by you in this, the hall of the
house of representatives of South
Carolina, in yoar magnificent capitol.
-'I am greatly honored to be re
xeived by your representative mej
of the State, not only by the private
citizens, but by the governor, the
senator, the chief justice and your
-congressmen, and I appreciate it to
"It is the first State in which I
.have been tendered a welcome within
the capitol walls of the State, and I
take it as an expression on your part
of a desite to show that it is the
State and the people of the State
that welcome me. (Cheers.)
"Another and most delightful
event of this reception is the pres
enee of the ladies-the real pride of
"A gentleman from another part
of the State-and I am afraid that
in saying this I am beFtraying some
thing that I ought not to say, but I
can not help it-anticipating a meet
ing with me in another part of the
State at some time in the future,said
to me, 'Come there and we will show
you the prettiest women in South
Carolina.' I resented it, and, but for
my office and the dignity that neces
sarily attaches to it, I tremble for
'We are verging in the right di
rection. There was a time when we
had banquets without the presence
of that sex that - we oall love and
whose influence and control ws all
secretly recognize. Now we are let-.
ting them in to 'see thi animals eat.'
They show that 'patience, that sweet
sympaithy with the selfish side of
unan, that tolerance of those things
:about him that we don't even our
seelves admire, by allowing this ar
:rangement to continue for a while.
But the next time I come to South
Carolina I expeet to dine with the
'ladies and the gentlemen. (Cheers.)
Feels Too Deeply.
-"My friends, I am not inspired to
As we get older the blood
cdes and joints stiffen and
easier. Sloan's Liniment
up the muscles and joints
with astonishing promptn<
Proof that,it is Be
Mrs. DANIEL, H. DIEHL, of Mann'
" Please send me a bottle of Sloan's Li
it is the best remedy I ever knew for I
- Also for
Mr. Mn:roNI WHEELER, 2100 MC
" I am glad to say that Sloan's Linir
Joints than anything I have ever tric
is the qickest and best remr
tism, Sciatica, Toothache,
and Insect Stings.
Price 25c., 50c., and $1.00
Send for S1n..a's Free Book om
DR. EARL S. SL OAN, E
say much to-dy, because I feel so
much more than I can say. There is
something about South Carolina and
her traditions as I look into the faces
of her great men and think what she
has done and the part she has play
ed in all the great historical crises
of this country, that makes me take
this reception at your hands with a
feeling that I am honored far beyond
"I realize that it is because I rep
resent the whole nation for the time
being and that you, in your loyalty
to the flag and coun'try, and, for the
hospitality for which your State is
noted, expressed to me the feeling
tiat rises in each of your hearts as
you think of the patriotism of your
selves and the State.
"I come to Columbia and look out
from the steps of the State capitol
and see a city that has arisen since
the iCvil war-not a city that did not
exist before the Civil war, but a city
that, by its growTth and its energy
and its taking on life shows that,
while the Civil war brought to it an
evidence of tremendous strength, the
tremendous power of the self-sacri
fice of its people, it did not destroy
their hope for the future or their
willingness again to become a part
of the great Union and to make that
Union stronger and that country and
nation greater than ever before in
There .was great cheering follow
ing this sentiment. rendered so feel
ingly, and the president with much
"And I count it a grea;t privilege
to come here, representing the na
tion that you love so well and by this
meeting and by your reception and
by what I say, to testify to the fact
.that while the past is as it is, and
while those things come out of it
that make us proud on both sides,
there is before us in the future a
united life in upholding our country,
in elevating the standard of citizen
ship, in making the character and the
eqality of opportunity of the indi
vidual that we are glad to seize as a
common united people-not separa
ted in any way by our past history,
but more uniled, because, while we
have the traditions, the memory
leaves in our minds the awfulness of
a separation that is now forever
"And now, my friends, I am going
to stop. This is the 246th speech I
have made, but in no one of them
have I felt so much satisfaction in
expressing the truth as I know it.''
CEAEITIES AND CORE~CTIONS
State Conference tos~ Be HeVi in Co
lumbia, November 18-19.-Imn
To all workers in Charity and Phi
lanthropy in Sou>th Carolina:
becomes sluggish, the mus
aches and pains take hold
uickens the blood, limbers.
nd stops any pain or ache
st for Rheumatism.
Choice, R.F.D., No. z, Pa., writes>
iment for rheumatism and stigf joints,
can't do without it."
rris Ave., Birminghami, Ala., writes:
nent has done me more good for stiff
edy for Rheuma
at All Dealers.
~OSTON, MASS. Ni ii
Greenwood, S. C., Nov. 5, 1909:
Will you not meet at Columbia, S. C.,
November 18, 19, next ofr the pur
pose of organizing a State Confer
ence of Charities and Correction?
Such an organization is needed and
its advantages must be manifest to
all. The Governor of South Carolina
has not only offered his assistance,
but is .taking an active part per
sonally and officially in working for
the success of the movement. Many
persons of prominence have given
Are our county alms-houses man
pride? Do we know whether other
states conduct these houses more ef
ficiently than we do? Is there or
ganized charity in all our larger com
munities? Does our State make ade
quate provision for the unfortunate
epileptics in our population? Are all
destitute children provided for? Do
the best methods prevail in the
handling of the chain gang and other
criminals? Does the law of the com
monwealth sufficieitly provide for
the protection of the child? What
is done with the feeble-minded chil
dren who are not idiotic? Is an ac
tive and systematic effort being made
for dissemination of a knowlege of
tuberculosis? Surely the above ques
tions demand satisfactory answers.
It is hoped that physicians, clergy
men, legislators, charity workers,
county supervisors, proba,a judges,
students and teachers of s6cial ques
tions, child saving workers, officers
of penal and correctional institutions,
state and city officials will respond
to this call.
It may be said that all the speak
ers named on the enclosed program
have definitely accepted places there
'on. Every person interested in the
questions under consideration is in
vited to be present.,
A. T. Jamison,
Corresponding member for South
Carolina of the Nhtional Conference
of Charities and Correction.
. (Sessions held in the SuAd-ay
school room of the Washington St.
Thursday, Nov. 18, 8 P. K.
Words of welcome by His Excel
lency, Gov. M. F. Ansel.
The objeet of the meeting stated
by the Rev. A. T. Jamison, Green
wood, S. C.
An address by the Rev. Howard
Lee Jones, D. D., Charleston. Sub
ject: The dominant note in present
Friday, Nov. 19, 10 A. IK-Cil
The Home and School for Oi-phans
versus the orphan a~sylum. Rev. Wmn.
P. Jacobs, D. D., Clinton..
Some ideals in modern reformatory
work. Supt. G. L. Emmons, Florence,
Thbe care of the blind and deaf.
Supt. N. F. Walker, Cedar Springs,
The work of the Children Home
society of .South Carolina, Agent J.
F. Wright, Columbia, S. C.
3.30 P. M. Methiods of charitable
relief work for South Carolin.a towns,
Mrs. W. G. Sirrine, Greenville, S. C.
The modern program with regard
to tuberculosis, Dr. J. H. McIntosh,
Columbia, S. C.
8 P. M. The functions of a State
board of charities. Hon. J. A. Me
~Cullough, Greenville, S. C.
Address by Dr. A. J. McKelway,
Southern Secretary of the National
Child Labor Committee.
WANT TO JOIN ANDERJSON.
Movement on root to Take Clemson
from Oconee County.
Colunmbia, November 9.-The com
munity of Clemson College wishes to
be annexed to Anderson~ County.
Governor Ansel to-day received a pe
tition from a majority of the free
holders in that t.erritory asking for
an eleet'on to be ordered. The mat
ter has been referred to the office of
the Attorney General. It is not sta:t
ed in the petiti~on why this change is
desirable. The northern boundary
line of Anderson County is now
straight, .and this would cause a tri
angular bump, containing about eight
square miles, to appear on the map
and a corresponding indentation in
Oonee County. There would be
very little taxable property added to
the hooks for Clemson College, while
not a State school, is yet an elee
The Rapid Pace.
Dodgin' through the city,
Where they rush pell mell!
First they blow a whistle
And next they ring a bell.
Dodgin' in the co)untry, too,
Where the steam cars scurry.
If you live the season through
You've surely got to hurry.
Do)dgin' vaiu engines
Tha eo whizzin' by.
Next we'll dodge the airships
A-droppin' from the sky.
This good old world is bright an' gay,
I'm glad it gives me lodgin'
But jes' the same, I'm free to say
It's got your uncle dodgin'!
"Oh, stay!" she cried;
''Stay by my si'de."
And the stay stayed. Corset did!
Mrs. Alice Robertson
Teacher of Piano, Voice and
Studio 1218 lain St.
Open monday Octoter 4.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
We have a few slightly used $90
organs, will close out at a big re
duction. If you 7.re wanting an
organ now is the fime to buy one
of the best organs made at a great
bargain. Write at once if you wish
to secure one of these organs, for
such bargains don't last long
Write.. for illustrations of these
organs and for terms.
Malone's Music House,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Call on us during the fair.
The Boyd place, containing
One Hundred Acres, Four
Buildings, about three and a
half miles from Newberry, front
ing on public road, Southern.
Railroad and C. N. & L. Rail
road, fine location for brick
plant, truck farm, tan yard, cot-n
ton mill, &c.
FARM FOR SALE OR RENT.
Newberry County, 50 acres, 40 in
cultivation, -two miles of.Little Moun
tan, S. C. Good buildings, water and
fine orchard. Clay soil; high school
and ehu.rch two miles. Connected with
telephone system. For further infor
J. E. Monts,
Little Mountain, S. C.
The undersigned hereby forbid
t.respassing' upon their lands either
by hunting, fishing, or in any other
manner. This also applies to stock.
running. at large.
M. L Wicker,
M. H. Wicker,
3. W. Wicker,
W. 3. Wicker,
'C. W. Crump'ton,
W. W. Loninick,
D,. T. Wicker.
Applications for the position of
Superintendent of the County Poor
House Farm for the year 1910 are
invited. Election will be held Sat
urday, Nov. 20thb, next. File appli-.
eations with the undersigned by
November 19th. Salary, etc., this day
fixed by resolution of the Board,
which reserves the right to reject any
and all applications.
H. C. Holloway,
Clerk County Board of Commission
NOTICE TO OVERSBES.
All overseers of public roads in
Newberry County are hereby ordered
to give their respective sections. the
full six days' work, as required by
law, by December first nemt. Over
seers and road hands liable to do road
duty failing to comply with this or
der, when reported to this office, will
be prosecuted. All overseers are also
ordered to file their returns with
either of the undersigned by Dec.
By order of the County Board.
L. I. Feagle,
H. C. Holloway, Clerk.
CapIta $50,000 -
No Matter How Sranl.
Ali give it carefii attf
s pplies to the meis and t
(eep Your Mo
We have received a letter from the
in which they say:
"State in your advertisemen'ts that
return to Newberry for loans or inve
the company receives from that local
pany has donernoethan this and hopx
SEE WHAT STATE (
INSURANCE D!iTAR1TMNT, Si
Mr. We A. MeSwai, Newberry. S.
Replying to yours of the 9t
em Life & Trust Co., of Greensbo
licensed by this department and is cc
In all cases where they register"t
amopnt of their reserve are deposites
tection of their policy holders and ar
pose. Yours very truly,
INSURA - DEPARTMENT, S'
Mr. W. A. McSwain, Newberry, S.
I should say that the Souther
was WORTHY of CONF1IDENCE. By t
ending 19o8, now before me, it show
and surplus to pol@ey holders of ci
$130, 152.00.. Yours very
Buy your life insurance policies f
money in this community, where it .i
for our young people and for the des
Our rates: are a little lower and d
company' operating in this section.
If you fail tosee us before you clo
ance we both lose.
Call at our office, write or 'pbone1
SECURIT LOIN & INYES1
J. N. McCAUGHRIN, Treas.
* The First Cough
3mve though not severe, has a t
* ive amembranes of the throat
Coughs then coe esall win1
Sdightest oLd. Cure first cc
Sset upu an Aamatios In the deli
g lags. The best remedy is
NYRUP. It at onc es right
3 Uaees the enseB. It isfree froi
O a cild a fora adlt. 25 cent
I am repres
In this sectio,n, and am
prices on anything in ti
Tablets, Monuments, Etc
my prices before placing
and work guaranteed firs1
B B HIL LER N]
Notice is hereby given thttheI
books of registration for the -town of
Tewberry, S. C., will be open Oct. 2,
1909, and the undersigned as Super- i
vs of Rngistrtion for the saidi
.- Surplus $30,
No Mater How Large,
mntion. rhis m
he women alike.
neu at Home;
Southern Life & Trust. Company,
it is the policy of the company to
stments the net premiums which
ity. You might say that the com
s to continue to dopiore thanthist'
W. McALISTER, President.
ATE OF NOTH CAROINA
Releigh, March ioth
h inst., I would say: Theoiuth
ro,-is chartered in this State
nsidered SAF.atfid'}Oat V
heir policies the securities to
I with this.department for:the p
e CONSIDERED AMPLE3 forthis ai
ied) JAMES R. YOUNG
MATE Or SOUTH CAROLINA.
Columbia, March ioth --o
a Life & Triist Co.,of Grespo
he annual statement for :the yes
s total assets of about $675000-oo
~pital $300,000.00 Snd, surp4s
~ned) F. H. McMASTERs,
rom this agency. landii ~ke otrF
s available for.use in buying
elopment of our commumiiy. i
ividends a little larger them~ aniy
se the contract for your I& iinst
W. A. McSWAIN,.Sedy.
of the Season, :
endency to irritate the sensi
and delicate broniekal tubls
:er, every tune yoa takte 0
ugt. .beforeit hasa ei.anceto *
:te capillary air ttbes. of the
QUICK RELIEF COUGH;f
at the seat of tr uble aan t
a Mobineand isas tae tar
'G STOR E.
a and Granite Oo,
prepared to make you
1e way of Headstones,
.See my cuts and get
your order. Material
E WBE RRY,S2J
town will keep said books open every
iay from 9 a. m. until 5 p. m. (Sn
lay excepted) including tbhe 1st day
>f December, 1909.
0. L. Buzhardt,
Suprvirvn of Reo-istration.