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5of or 75 commission if he would get nc
back some of this money. ye
The meeting today was held in. the:
opera house, presided over by the fo
Hon. J. Willard Ragsdale and open- fo
ed with prayer by the Rev. Will B jo
Oliver, of the First Baptist chu,ch w
When the speaking began there were sp
but a hundred preple present, but he la
number swelled to. four hundred be- CO:
fore Attorney General Lyon conclud-!
ed. Featuring the occasion was the in
Lyon-Evans episode, a challenge to th
tle editor of the State b.y Cole. L. hi
please. candidate for governor, the of
-Ovations accorded Thos. G. McLeod. po
Attorney General Lyon and James E. ul
Ellerbe. the enthusiastic reception pa
given Charles A. Smith in his hompm
county, and the bestowal of bouquets pr
on three candidates who have hitherto m:
not been thus favored, Blease, Mahotn wj
and Duvall. 0. C. Scarborough was
loudly applauded and prove4 the f co
vorite among the candidates,for rail co
road commissioner. tw
After the Lyon-Evans incident the di:
remainder of the meeting was ratber pe
tame and apparently of no great in- St
terest to the people. When the can- to
didates for goverrior spoke the audi-: an
eace had thinned out perceptibly. All I
the candidates except Hampton were'; In
The sturdy Florentines heard Johnw
T. Duncan "for his cause," but abso
lutely refused to applaud him. One sti
might easily have heard a pin drop wl
when the candidate from Columbia op
.4 concluded. Duncan agrees with Mr. lie
Daniel about the wickedness of the pl(
State capital, and is glad to find him- th(
self "in such good company." St
BIleise Issues Challenge. dii
Mayor Blease wants a- debate be- m;
tween himself and the editor of the tb
Columbia State, or at least with the fig
author of an editorial squib in Satur- pe
day's issue of that paper. In refer- Sc
ence to that utterance Mr. Blease a
said: < d so
"I notice in the editorial columin cc
of the State newspaper of this day. of
'We shall in a day or two have some- sy
thing to say in regard to the candi- r
dacy of Candidate Blease that will not pe
be regarded as indorsement.' - ar
"I believe that the people of South is
Carolina are in favor of fair play, and wi
I now request and invite the man who a1
wrote that article to come on the ros- Sc
trum at Columbia at the State cam
paign meeting next Saturday, August ,h
6, and have his 'something to say in sa
regard to the candidacy of Candidate wg
Blease' to my face, where I can and en
will have the opportunity to make re-1e
ply; and if he declines this, then I I
demand that he name a time and g
place where he will agree to meet me no
face to face and make his state- ab
Following this Mr.oBlease made a th
strong plea for economy in the b
State's affairs, particularly in the: of
higher educational institutions. He c
says Furman, Wofford, Erskine and Of
Newberry are running on one-third im
*the money given the State institutions
!and are sending out just as brainy
men and accomplishing just as much M
Messrs. Hyatt and. Richards made ge
their usual speeches, each receiving te:
applause, being several times inter- chi
rupted therewith. It was an obvious ra
fact that there were some strong op
State-wide prohibitionists in the audi
ence, as well as local optionists; the
latter, however, were in the majority.
McLeod was easily the favorite, but
as to who came out second best, it is: T
debatable, all, except Duncan, being
E. W. Duvall, for lieutenant gover
nor, made~ his best speech today, and
was loudly cheered. Mr. Smith spoke m
but a few moments. tri
Col. W. W. Moore seemed to be the m
favorite among the canldidates for ad- of
jutant general. RI
C. C. Featherstotne made a parti- A1
cularly strong speech today, on which be
he drew fortfl considerable applaus .?
In view of criticism regarding his 1o- in
cal o ption advocacy two years ago. PC
Mr. Featherstone made the following
Featherstonje arnd Local Option. Ti
"I want to makze plain my position 1m;
on the liquor question. I have advo- in
cated prohibition all my life, and as in
a means to an end until the State got El
ready for absolute prohibton. I have un
advocated local option. Co
n h the local option interview of ra
1907. to which reference has been re- Wi
peatedly made of late, I distinctly and
emphatically made the statement that at
what we ultimately wanted was prohi-- er
bition for the entire State, and that I in
only advocated local option as a Pt
means to an end. I furthermore dis- Ie
tinctly stated that when we had such fe
an overwhelming majority- 'ini the en- Io
tire Stat' as o0 in1sure its enforcCf- T
not havn had in]U mn acondition of
affairs when a majority of the people er
in eh county in the State wVould
fa':or 1)rohibition : nor do I think that T
the l1ug:ig employed is.ss.i
erf that cnstruction. If so, I w-a r
such idea was intended to be
"Surely, no sane man could beli
r example. that I expected to
r State-wide prohibition until a
-ity of the people in Charle,
mld favor State-wide prohibitio
oke of the State as a unit. and
iguage, 'the entire State,' must
nsidered in that connection.
.About two years ago. in a sec
:erview. I stated that I believed
? time had come for State-wide
ition; and even a casual reat
these two interviews will make
sition so plain that no one will i
derstand it. If some of the nE
.pers which have been criticii
- position will be fair enough
int both of these intervews in
E position on the liquor ques
11 be perfectly plain.
"Since the interview of 1907
nditions have changed. Eighi
unties (sixteen last summer
o in the fall of 1908) have voted
;pensaries, and now about 80 oi
r cent of the white people in
ate are living in prohibition tE
-y. The time. for which I wai
d which I predicted, has come
am now for State-wide prohibit
other words, I believe we now I
ch a majority 'in the entire Statf
11 insure an enforcement of the :
'One other thing: I have said on
imp, and I will say again, that
iskey people are fighting for li
tion. -1 have never said, nor do I
ve, that all of the local option
are for whiskey. I realize
are are a great many people in
ite who are local optionists fro
ferent motive; but the fact
ins, and it can not be denied,
whiskey interests in this State
hting for local option in a last.
rate effort for self-l.ieservat
Me of the local optionists hope
return of the old Statb dispens,
me of them want to perpet-tate
unty dispensary systen, a A s
them want the return ot the lic(
Atem, and some want 't fvr Pi
d better motives. Tbe whis
ople are not*for )roh'biton; I
e fighting for local option; and
known .to any man who haP t
th the campaign party or who i
.familiar with the conditions
'Again, as to the an 'rcemren'
a prohibition law: I have said, al
y again, that I want a law provi
th the necessary machinery for
forcement. I do not beli ve' thal
tra tax levy will be necc.z-- N;
it does become necess e . I w(
c'or it. I want, the suo..tance
t the shadow. I believe that
olition of the whiskey tr:affic
uth Carolina is Qf mnore imports
~n the payment -of a smnall tax
lieve that ~e enforcement of la
more importance than on.Ikars
rits. I believe that the preserva
the morals of our peop1e is i'
portant than wealth."
Ellerbe Gets Appla'se.
rhe congressional Msaids
issrs Sellers, Browr. Ellerbe
adges spoke, Mr. Ellerbe receivir
nuine 'ovation and bemng often
Tupt'ed by applanse :mrd
eers. M1r. Sellers took occasioI
p the News and courier which, in
inion, is supporting Mr. Ellerbe
S. E. Bone
MOTOR CAR SERVICE.
e Snzthern Railway Now Opera
Cars Between Greenville and
3reenville, S. C., July 30.-Elec
itor' car service without the usi
>lley wires or the third rail atti
mnt is now being given on' the
the Southern railway and the J
dge railway between Greenville
tderson, the intermediate terni
ing perhaps the most thickly set
lling section in the South, inc
thre important points. Piedm
I zer. Williamsron. and Belton.
Dnly one motor car is now opera
d two round trips a day are mn
tough a large number of stops
ide the car has no trouble in n
thei schedJule time. The car
use is the property or the Gen
ectric company andc will be
til two cars- being built by
mp~any es pecially for the Soutl
jiway are delivered. The new
11 provide seats for 57 passengei
The car is run by electricity ge
ad by a gasoline engine. The p
Eul machinery is compactly ph
the forward eniE. It is easily m
lated and the car is handled
rfect ease. The greatest interes
t through"out this section in the
.arnd it is crowded every t:
to e so! iouwth his f"ace
Id -.ith latiher.
The nmw service is in additior
p steamz trains run berween Gr
.1. :.nli A:iderson and is expecte
omec. groeat convenience. The on
ron- kind in the South, will be watch
with great interest.
.ait Itinerary of State Campaign.
ma- The campaign begins June 22, ar
t will end August 27. The openir
town is Sumter, and the campaigne:
the end in Newberry. Charleston
be end in Newberry.
ond Dillon, Tuesday, August 2.
that Marion, Wednesday, August 3.
pro- Conway, Thursday, August 4.
ling Columbia, Saturday, August 6.
my Union, Mon.day, August 8.
nis- Spartanburg, Tuesday, August 9.
ws- Gaffney, Wednesday, August 1.
sIng Greenville, Thursday, August 11.
to Pickens, Friday, August 12.
Cull, Walhalla, Saturday, August 13.
tion Week off to attend reunion of Coi
federate and red shirts at Sparta1
the burg if desired on August 17 and I
.een Anderson, Monday, August 22.
and Abbeville, Wednesda-:, August 24
out Greenwood, Thursday, August 25
85 Laurens, Friday, August 26.
the Newberry, Saturday, August 27.
rri- The Red Shirts.
ted, It will be observed from the abo
and itinerary that the sub-committee h.
ion. made a break from August 13 to A
tave gust 22, at the request of Mr. J.
' as Stribling, commander-in-chief of t]
[aw. Red Shirt Men of 1876, in order th
the the candidates may attend the reli
tie !ion pf the Red Shirt Men and o
)cal Confederate soldiers at Spartanbui
be- on the 17th and 18th of August. a
After the meeting- at Manning
thot July 22 the candidates may attend
this great gathering of the surroundii
m a counties at Olanta, Florence count
re- on July 23. This break in the sch
that dule was made at the request of
are member of the State executive cor
mittee. Olanta may be reached 1
train most conveniently from Mai
ry, County Campaign Shedule.
the Whitmire, Tuesday, August
ms Young's Grove, Friday, August 1
irer Jalapa, Tuesday, August 16.
;key Keitt's Grove, Saturday, August 2
110y Utopia, Tuesday, August 2.1.
this Newberry, Saturday, August
s .t Twelve o'clock noon August 8 t1
itime expires for filing pledges to es
ter for any of the offices.
ded I beg to urge the farmers of ti
uscounty and citizens generally, and e
:an pecially the members of the Farmer
biut, union, whether you have paid yoi
)lti dues or not, to attend the big farmer
and rally at the farm of Mr. Alex D. Hui
the son on Wednesday, August 10. 'T
mhave the promise of several address<
efrom men who are experts in the
.Iline and all our farmers should he;
y is them and profit by their experienct
aid iJ. B. O'Neall Holloway,
inA. D. Hudson, Secretary.
to President County Farmers' Union
NOTICE OF FINAL SETLLEXEN!
tes, -_ _ _
and As administrator of the estate
ig a Mary L. Counts, deceased, I will maJ
:-a final settlement on said estate- in ti
oud office of the judge of probate for Ne:'
his berry county on August 24, 1910,
11 o'clock a. in., and immediate
thereafter apply for letters dismi
sory as administrator of said estat
All persons indebted to said esta
will make settlement before that da
ting and all persons holding claims again
said estate will present them du
I J. M. Counts,
3 of .
ch- NOTICE TO DEMO,CRATIC CLUB
line All Democratic Clubs which has
llnot yet done so, will, on or before.ti
and first day of August, file with the Se
ory retary of the Executive Committee,
ted complete list of their officers, ti
l-name of its member of the Exec1
ont' tire committee. with his post offil
address, and the names of the man
ited. gers of e]ection for the approachir
are This is very important and it is
idbe hoped that the Secretaries and E:
Secutivye Committeemen of the vario1
eract .clubs will give this matter their ir
ised mediate attention.
that Fred. H. Dominick,
ern County Chairman.
ars Frank R. Hunter,
eed TO INCREASE CAPITAL STOCE
ani- Resolved, That the cap6tal stock
vith the Farmers' and Merchants' bank,
t is Little Mountain, S. C., be increased
mo- $25.000, and we hereby notify tl
tip. stockholders of the above named bar
rto meet in the president's office
laC? UJir n Moumtain. S. C.. at 4 p. in., A
-l. gust 12. 1910. o osde h b
nov- D. E. Farr,
J. B. Derrick,
to J. H. Wise.
~eu- Dr. J. M1. Sease,
to W. A. Counts,
* CHURCH DIRECTORY.
* * * * * * * * * * *
id Lutheran Church of the Redeemer,
Lg Rev. Edw. Fulenwider, pastor
rsPreaching every Sunday at 11 a. m.
is Sunday school at 5 p. m. J. B. Hunter,
St. Luke's Episcopal Church, J. F.
J. Caldwell, lay reader-Lay reading
every Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday
school at 10 o'clock. J. F. J. Caldwell.
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Church (without a,pastor). Pulpit sup
plied at stated times. Sunday school
at 9.45 a. m. E. C. Jones, superintend
8. Aveleigh Presbyterian Church, Rev.
JE. James, pastor-Preaching every
Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday school al
5 p. m. Rev. J. E. James, cuperintend
Mayer Memorial Lutheran Church,
e Rev. J. D. Shealy, pastor.-Preach
ing every first, second and thrird Sun
day at 11 a. m., and every first, third
and fourth Sunday at 8 p. m. Sunday
school every Sunday morning at IC
o'clock. J. D. Kinard, superintendent,
Preaching at Mollohon every second
Id Sunday night at 8 o'clock and every
. fourth Sunday morning at 11.
First Baptist Church of Newberry,
a Rev. G A. Wright, pastor-Preaching
every Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday
school at 5 p. m. W. H. Hunt, super
a- West End Baptist church, Rev. J. R
iy Greene, pastor-Preaching every Sun
a- day nigh. aE 8 o'clock and every
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Sun
day school every Sunday at 10 a. m.
9 S. Y. Jones, superintendent.
Central Methodist Church, Rev. X
L. Banks, pastor-Preaching every
0. Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday school ai
5 p. m. Jas. F. Epting, superintend
I O'Neall Street Methodist Church
Rev. W. C. Kelley, pastor-Preaching
every first, second and fourth Sunday
_at 11 a. in., and every second, third and
fourth Sunday at 8 p. mn. Sunday
school 9.45. W. C. Bouknight, super.
s- Preaching at Mollohon every firs1
sSunday night at 8 o'clock and ever3
third Sunday morning at 11. Sundal
sschool at 9.45. F. H. Jones, superin
sBeth Eden Pastorate.
irService at Colony on second an(
.fourth Sundays at 11 a. in. Sunda3
sschol at 10 a. mn. T. J. Wicker, super
intendent. Beth Eden, first Sunda3
11 a. in., and third Sunday at 4 p. mn
-Sunday school on first Sunday 10 a
m i., third Sunday 3 p. m. J. C. Craps
l. superintendent. St. James on thir(
Sunday at 10.30 a. mn., and first Sun
of day 4 p. mn. Sunday school ever3
SSunday afternoon. Sidney J. Mayer
Jas. D. Kinard, pastor.
at Program Delmar Reunion.
lThe Newberry college Delmnar re
sunion, Friday, July 29, at .10 c'clock
te Music by local band.
st Addresses by Charles J. Shealy
ly Rev. N. D Bodie, Hon. Frank Lever
P'rof. S. .Lerrick, Rev. W. H. Hiller
Barbecue and picnic dinner.
*W. Aug. Shealy,
eA Wretched iristake.
ito endurer the itching, painful dis*
C- tress of piles. There's no need to
aListen: "I suffered much from Piles,'
iewie ilA. Marsh, of Siler C.
N. C., "till I got a box of Bucklen's
eArnica Salve, and was soon cured.'
-Burns, boils, ulcers, fever sores
eczema, cuts, chapped hands, chil
blains, vanish before it. 25c. at W. E
tPelhamn & Son's.
s THE CITAIDEL,
Tfhe Military College of South Caro
One vacancy in beneficiary schol
-arships at the Citadel from Newberrl
.'county will be filled by competitive
of examination to be held at Newberr3
oon Friday, August 12, 1910. Candi
to dates must be not less than 16 nol
x more than 20 years of age on Octob
i r 1, 1910. They must be at least
a feet in height, phys!cally qualired t(
ado military duty, anai must give ;
c certificat.e of ir.2i :II pay the re
quired college dues as a pay cadet
Blank application forms can be hac
upon request by addressing the sup
erintendent, Charleston, S. C. Thes(
applications must be filled out in ev
ery particular and sent to the su per
intendant by August 1L 1910.
How many people of ni
money on Land? Small in
We have a few' farms tb
on their cost and at the s
in the next ten years.
No. I Is 17o acres f
homestead and tinant hou
cotton, will cut 250,000 fe
No. 2 219 acres goo<
tenant houses, only one mi
No. 3 9oo acres near
land il well timbered, and
No. 4 200 acres in Nei
open, plenty of good timb,
cotton, all for $2,200, Ol E
No. 5 300 acres near -
$16 50 per acre.
No. 6 550 acres only t:
with an oil mill and a
homestead and several ten,
being worked, all for $8,51
is worthy your consideraci
good neighbors, has telept
present owner rich enough
A five room house and t
worth $2,500 for only $2,c
Four nice building lots
attractive price. Two lots
two story house and three
We have numerous othe
son and Greenville.
Herald and News Building, Nev
e IS NOW
and we have
+ essanes reqlD
+ the hot. weatli
I beg to urge all pastors and st
intendents of the Lutheran Su:
school convention which meets
Wednesday morning, August 3, a
att,hews church, to fill out the b
ans do you know who iaven't made
vestments wisely made lead to large
at ought to pay you a large interest
.me time more than double in value
our miles from railroad village,
se, rents for 2800 pounds of lint
-t of timber, all for $2,100.
I eight room residence and five
e from Silver Street for $45 per acre.
Whitmire for $5 an acre. This
could readily be cut into several
vberry county with a two-horse farm
r, rents for 1700 pounds of lint
eno a good farming proposition at
iree miles from a prosperous village
bank and numerous stores, large
nt houses, 12-horse farm open and
)o. Very easy terms. This farm
n if you want a nice home. Has
one in the house, and has made its
wo acres of land right in Newberry,
)n Reed street in Newberry at an
at High Point for $550. Large
acres of land for $4,750
r properties in Greenwood, Ander
erry. MasoniclTemple'" Greenwood.
IN FUILL .BLOOM
a few ot the nec-+
ed to fortify against .
er, sush as
s Ice Picks3
reports sent them and forward to the
per- secretary, or bring them to the con
aday vention. This is important that full
onand satisfactory statistics may be got
t. ten. J1. B. O'Nea11 Holloway,