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must have a sufficient supply of
in order to develop into a crop.
No amount of Phosphoric
Acid or Nitrogen can compen
sate for a lack of potash in
grain and all
We shall be glad
to send free to any
which contains vain
about soil culture.
GERlAN KALI WORKS,
New YorL-93'NamaS t1ec or
Atlanta. Ga-2~~.Broad t
Small Savings are the Stepping
Stones to success and plenty
$1.00 a month deposited in our
Wil in 10 years amount to $ 146 00
$5.00 will in 10 years
amount to - - - - $ 730 00
$10.00 will in 10 years
amount to - - - -'$1460 00
We want your business.
Have ample facilities to
accommodate our cas
The Commercial Dank
ot Newbeny, S. C.
will be moved into
its new gallery at ex
treme east end of Main
Street by the first of
The Studio will then
be artistically arrang
ed and better suited
than ever before to ac
L umber, Shingles,
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Trav. Pass. Agt., Ill. Central R. R.,
Republicans Committed to Renomina
tion of Roosevelt-The Dem
A \ashington dispatch to the News
and Citrier states that political for
t,.ne! are daily won and lost in the
senate and house cloak rooms. The
lUctu"ations in the political market
are as ickle and varying as the ups
and downs in the financial stock mar
Today the republicans will tell you
that the election of Roosevelt ir assur
ed. and t(omorrow the democrats will
tell you that this is a democratic year.
and it only remains for the party
leaders to concentrate their efforts
,on a conservative presidental candi
date to bring about a change in the
The republicans are committed to
the renomination of Roosevelt and the
Chicago convention promises to be
nothing more than a cut and dried
ratification meeting If names and
dates were given it would appear that
the republican leaders in congress are
hostile to another Roosevelt adminis
tration. To what extent these nation
ai leaders reflect the sentiments of the
rank and file can only be ascertained
by the decision handed down by the
voters at the polls next November.
I There is considerable confusion in
the democratic household over the se
lection of a standard bearer in the
coming campaign, but there is hope
and encouragement to be derived
from the general belief that a wave
of democratic ascendency is in sight.
Here in Washington the political
tide ebbs and flows periodically, and
just now the expert forecasters pre
dict that "democracy" is perched on
the incoming wave.
A group of democratic congressrhen
were discussing their party's future
prospects at the capitol today. There
were several weil seasoned successful
politicians in the symposium. There
were no republican eaves-droppers
around. consequently there was a
freedom of expression by those pres
ent which may reflect some of the in
side lights on the political situation
from a democratic point of view.
Representative Von Livingston, of
Georgia,a veteran in state and nationtal
politics, thus declared himself:
"If we do not take advantage' of our
present oppdrtunity we might as well
retire from business. The country is
ripe for a change in the political com
plexion of the government. I have
been over to New York. A few days
ago I was in Baltimore. I am con
vinced that the New York support of
Judge Parker-they are confronted by
the old contention between the Hill
machine up the state and the Tam
many organization in New York city.
In my judgment the rival factions in
New York will not concentrate their
honest efforts in behalf of Judge Par
ker, and when the appropriate time
arrives, I believe New York will de
cline to receive instructions from
Parke,r and throw its strength to
Gorman, who, in my opinion, is the
strongest candidate we can nominate.
His strength is conceded by the fact
that all of the republican n'ewspapers
are afraid if him."
"How do you account for Senator
,Bacon's letter to the editor of the
Augusta Chronicle, in which the sena
tor indirectly committed Senator Gor
man to the Parker boom?" asked an
"I am not accountable for Senator
Bacon's statements," replied Mr. Liv
At this point of the conversation
Representative Myer, of Louisiana,
one of the veteran members of the
"I agree with you, Mr. Livingston.
that Senator Gorman is the ablest and
most logical candidate we can put up.
Senator Gorman cannot afford to en
gage in a scramble for the presidency.
His record, his value as a safe and
consistent democratic leader. pre
cludes him from resorting to undigni
fed methods to secure the nomina
tion. It is not required of him and.
knowing him as I do,- I am gratified
Iat the conservative and dignified
course he is pursuing. I am in favor
of nominating a sotithern man, and
Senator Gormian is a good southerner
for me. I am convinced that unless
we nominate a sound, practical, con
servative man, who has the confi
dence of the buisine~s interests of the
country, we will go to certain defeat."
There is undoubtedly a strong sen
timent prevailing here that New York
is not heartily in sympathy with the
are familiar with New Y'ork p-litics
are aware that local pvo%wer in the di -
:rib.tlim of state and imicipal pat -
Serious Stomach Trouble Cured.
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my stoman,i. str ptmach and vomi:
opell s. and can Eruthiu'ly Iav that
hambicrlain':.. Stmach and I.iver
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e;- are gnaranced t, care every case
fif stomach trouble of this character.
F 'r -ale by Smith Drug C,.. Newber
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perity. S. C.
The citizens of Cheraw have unan
imoosly voted a bond issue of $T2.ooc
ft)r the purpose of erecting a new
Saves Two From Death.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis.' writes Mrs. XV. K. Havil
land. of Armonk. N. Y . "but when
all other remedies failed, we saved
her lifc with Dr. King's New Discov
erv. Our neice. who had consump
tion in an advanced stage, also used
this wonderful medicine and today is
perfectly well." Desperate throat and
lung diseases yield to Dr. King's
New Discovery as to no other med
icine on earth. Infallible for coughs
and colds. 5oc and $1.oo bottles guar
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A man who lives ,n the little island
of Trenton, off the Maine coast
bought a fine collection of rare foxet
some time ago and started a fox farm.
He trusted to the sea to keep the ani
mals on the island. but it recently
froze between the island and the coast
and the foxes escaped.
Confession of a Priest.
Rev. Jno. S. Cox. of Wake, Ark.
writes: "For 12 years I suffered fron'
Yellow Juandice, I consulted a num
ber of physicians and tried all sorts
of medicines, but got no relief. Ther
I began to the useof Electric Bitters
and feel that I am now cured of
disease that had -me in the grasp foi
twelve years." If you want a reliabl<
medicine for Liver .and Kidney trou
ble. stomach disorder or general debil,
ity. get Electric Bitters. It's guaran
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: Everything in the Fancy Grocery Line.
4 TABLE CONDIMENTS.
S. B. JONES.I
The Spring Stock
Is now Complete!
Our beautiful show windows are filled with
the newest things in Shirt Waist Hats. Our
stock of Laces is the prettiest ever shown, in
this market, and .you know Lace is. the thing
fOU DRESMVAKING DEPARTMENT, under
the supervision of Miss Abbott, is all that could
be desired. This the ladies seem to have real
ired, judging from the number of .orders which
have already accumulated. In this connection
we might say, a word to the wise is sufficient.
We would be pleased to have our lady friends
call on us feeling confident one call will mean
The Best Brands
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A Full Line of
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