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VOL XLIV. NO 313 NEWBERRY S. 0. FRIDAY MA.Y 3, 1907. TWJOE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR
TilE FIELD IS
HENRY WATTERSON WRITES
Democratic Editor Discusses Repub
lican Politics-A Lesson rrom t
banks Has a Show as
We1 as Taft. j
Louisville, Ky., May 1.-In an edi
torial in the Courier-Journal, Henry t
Watterson discusses President Roose- i
volt, the Republican party, and tle t
party's presidential possibilities. Tle
editolial follows in part:
'Mr. I?oosevelt I has brokenl all the C
ICordq. Tyler, FiIlinore, Johnson,
And Arthur lo.-v a,.o paled their in- I
effectial fires before him. le is a I
law .ito himself: Ntlhng seems to
faze 1im. Doin- wrong things out- S
right or good thin,s in the wrong 1
way-backina- ard filling as the case i
requires-.making issues of veracity
-%with tihe proof tgainst himi-choleric I
in method, cynical in action-by
turns : daring temporizer and a rash
assailant-a praet:eal politician
among the most practical politicians,
a reformller among purists-ilnconsis
tent as a conservative, illogical as a
radical--there Aill -xists in the po
pular mind a fixed belief in li es
sential virtlle; in his gool intentions,
his inle-rity, and his tou1ragC. His
enemies would at:ree that if you of
fered i im a bribe, he would kanoek
you d!own. The no.: d iln had men tihe
had in good lmni, are soictiies miag
nified and sometimes denivd; but
h-I., i- a l wh') gets Credit for
"Toa. anod bad aliLt. ad tIhCr is
nothing so sucessfiul as -'ucess.
'Yet, nevertheless and not with
st(adi, the pwesident is going to
fin' .ordan a hard inad to teavel,
n'nd. !n the end, if he i, ale to keep
hi I.orty togetlie' andi issue from the
fray rumis beating and flag glying,
he will be fortinate indeed; because
he can no more divert the liepuibli
canl party from its nature, kill in it
the reason of its being tlan ihe catis
out-Bryan Bry an in estimation of
Must Change Riders.
''If the country wants an over
Ihauling of policies it will not go to
the author of those policies for train
ed workmen and a chest of tools. The
whole people may not be quite ripe
for this overhauling. Or they may
consider that the Domocrats are not
ripe for it. Thus, there may be one
more victory for the Republicans in
for it. a fiment of hot partyismn
which the patronate in esse cannot
afford. or the discipline n posse
will not biook. The best tle presi
delit Cn hope for in the next national
convention, in my judgment is a dog
'Emninenit jurists make disapp)oint
ing canididates. You may remember
that before the last national Demo
cratie convention I said something
* of this sort 1908, as there was for' the
'Democrats in 1856. But it wil have1
to be gaired by a change of ridersi
and( a straddle, for the talk about a
third term is the purest nonsense,
lacking thle president behind it. and1(
alhavine- defeat b)e ahont - Judge Par
P~ kei'. 11 is equally appli 'able to Judge
T''a ft . The pr iesi dent hi is over'wor'ked
e Jnidie Taft as a man or all work,
made him too much of a fetdh-and
earry. Those whoI( still insist that
Mr. Roosevelt is secretly 'onispiingi
for a thirad termn might s ee a deep de
sign in thlis. There are othlers who
declare that hie is i'ndeir pla'dte to1
the secretary of stait rathr than lie
seetary of' war. Ut, great as Mr'.
~Itool.'s abhilitiles anod ser'vices mu mst be
conlceded to~ be, thle line whlich events
* have drawn upon the scorplor'atiops
uakes the nomination of the mTost
emrinent of t:he corporation lawyers
2 Believes President Sincere.
'I take i-t t.hat the president wants
the secretary of war. that lie means1
it, aind that as surecly as Jackson
)stood by Van Buren, Roosevelt will
''staiid by Taft.
\''Whoeveir is nominated will hiave
Sto hleat Taft. It will be Taft against
the field and the field against Taft.
But let it. not 1)0 gorgotton and Fai'
anks is in that field and that who
'ver is nominated will also have to
''Te vice president is an old,
Old and shi,tv Iland at the bellows
ie is tle ilclrlnalioll of ortlodo.
1!(d consrvivatlive liepublicailisi. II
liana is a pivotal state. What For
ker ay do to Taft inl Ohio reiainl
o be seel. Even if Ohio goes back 01
4,oraleer, illay Iot tile Country be f
rifle tired of buckeyes? If it re
eets Taft can Taft still pull tiroug
t national convention as Clevelan<
lid? Less and less Ilas the furor
rick worked in these gi.-antie mobs
is more an(] m11ore the trick has cono
o be understood. Two, even tire'
an play it. Tile professionals plie
Mle fr it. Inl advalle tIhey dis
'o01n1t it. Tile wiser 11amolng tle Re.
)lbliall leaders will klow Ilhat thl'
)arty is treadin.' t1hat narrow shrii
f political territory vwhic lies be.
ween tie devil an(] tie deep blui
en. Concession and (ompromlise i
iound to he tie order of the day will
non invested witih sueh transcend.
lt responsibility. They will thinl
ng' and work hard against an unrea
Picked Hughes in 1906.
'Our national Conventions ar
rowil' Imlore anld more like ourl1 rae
oulrses. where to the knowing one
lere are few siilrprises. Bein ii
"I.ane. I ain nin to biv 'a Pari,
fu1ttlel 1 1' oin 0 dra hmios e I pivke<
learly a1 year a.,n-thlat is, inl Junll
906-t hloln!_h I see Ily 'l11 shot
5 be.ining t0 shw n the bettin
W it, Chares E. Il.-les, .2-overnol
t Ne'w Yor'k.
''1 met ("ov. (then Mr.) 1ugile
amiliarl V in IProvidence dmring ti
906 commiliellemellnt or Brown univer
,ityv whib vonfrerr-ed devurees ulpol
all of us. I said to him:
n'he Republicans will nomillnai
"oil or goveln1o'r of New York, MV
Inhes. Thiey dol't want to. bit tihe
vill hiavo to. Thjef caln elvet nobod;
-Ise. Now whien y.oul --et to Alban;
'ive your days and nights to a clos
Itudy of the career of Samuel .1. Tii
len, because you will stand precise
y in the relation to the presi(identia
loinillatlli of 1908 on tile Replbli
an side which Mr. Tilden stood v
t oil the Demoqratic side in 1876. Tli
ssne wlicili made Tilden the Demo
ratic governor made him the Demo
-ratie presidential nominee. The is
Me wlielh is going to make you a Re
)ublican governor of New York wil
nake you the Republican nominee fo
)resident. Tiev will no ilore waln
601 for president than they now wan
V4,1u1 for .-ovellor. But th1ey'll haV
o take yoi. ie issue of the tim
'lnld til' sillation of the party wil
Learned Tilden Lesson.
''0ov. iuies seems to have learn
?d tile Tilleni lessonl pretty well a]
'eady d111 tile Iest will take cre o
''It seemis a1 kinld of irony of fat
thlat tile D)emocrati,e parlty shold b
'.0 illipepared to take advanitalge 0
the situiationl. Have we, indeed,i
he old. hlistor'ie sense, a Demnoerati
.1arty? Tile Soutih is he~ld touethier' ur1
'1e1 tile Delmocratie label by the rane
llneslion alone0. At tile Nortih we so
IW)two fations,. 1neither of whlich w i
rote0 for' tile other. Yet, as5 a parlt
piat form,. tile 'onstitution (If' thi
Unhited'( Siates' ought to hie broa0
'lnough for each1 of t hese elements 5
1atnd 111on1 and0 'back to tile (const
liution,' a ral lyingr cry reaching a
minds and all hear its, carrying~ y(
'ome mnemor)1V of' tile mu111ie whie
P'illedl the' solis ofi 11e filhers1 oif' De
lyas ever it was. It, is applicabl
is well as inst itult ional, r'eachling thi
rilwa~Vy prlem-1l1 thle tarlif'f probleni
udt the problems of hgh finance. A'
parties, moie or' less, have defieete
friom its mantdates and( its teacingI
Rut a party has taken the field cow
mitted to defying it, altering it b)
exeentive construclttionl, anid if ti
party should triumph, aur system n
iepublican government would g
along with its or'ganic ilaws.''
We are giving free $7.50 wor't.hl o
warle at our stor'e nlext week. See a<1
vertisement in1 this'- paper' for part;:
ulaln's. Newhorry in'ld aCo
THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY.
Gov. Arsel to Speak--Old Folks Da
- -Family Reunion-n Fishy Af
. P)ospevrity. May 2.- hIle WVIm. L,
tcr Chlapter, 1". 1). C.'s mle[ withl Mli
11ole It.awkiins Weudnesday. (,ov. At,
S l Ihans sinlifed Iiis willinl'unless t
e"1meC u1 an1ld mlake an address to fth
Ciapter ad its friends some tim
a'ter the 12tl of May. The 14th wi
seleeted and ift tihis date suits th
.411overnor that will le the date. Fu
partieinlrs will be giveii next weel
r . B. L. WhVileeler is at lomie fo
le I .Qu tlb m and L all!f'or
:0 ser-vices (0f mii
Ilivro have been hwo eini al
'Iirs in town, one at Sltiol churel
Ile olier down town. Loti of, fts
bitl little dalmae doie.
jl. J. P. Bowers vill ateild th
District Convention at Abbebvill
I'his Week as delegate from the Prof
Cotton planting is progressing ral
idly. Considerable corn has bee
An event of unusual importai
was the celebration of tihe S7th ann
versar if r. Simeon Miller of Lil
Ile Mountain. There were five gei
erations. present. your correspolider
lon'h. There were Npwards of 10
present aind possibly lialm as man
more were abse it. of the family eol
neelion. Your corIrespondent made a
ef'ort to get fihe data but fiailed.
N11r. l?. C .Couin and wife visite
relatives at Kinards. 8at1urday anl
11'ev. W. IT. Whittaker al delegat
- .!l leave today, ''luisda, for 10t
i1rifI Cf ncm-nev at Abeville.
)Iiss N'n1ilie iniosell 10111re 'tir lid
stoli0ol on sliiav. She w s I
. her withl Mr. and Mrs. S. 1). DUm
il aIendilce upon tlie weddi
Dr.. lm.r:-E. Crososon, oI Le-vill
A A ije m.l is1inl is visitil
,iss Jessie 1oselev.
- Vene, c10rr11.pondenm was the rec
- 1 iIt (df quile a fishy affair 1a:
I Friday. A gentlema.n came in i1
- Itore willi a bag full of somiethin
We thought it was bacon blt he eml
tied it out. on the floor anI iwo
- the finest fish we ever saw lay befoi
- us. The two weiturhied 24 pounds. The
- (1:1me from the Klondike and Mr. I
- W. Sinideniayer tells me that thei
1 wa a biu" fellow in the stream lIt:
r'11- n1e eoul land. They eawvlit ov<
t 200 nomils in oe dIy. Th.ey will r
t d en c] 1at1c many mnr-'e :I t- wa
a cmis !o downi and tly are caught i
S1! . smai si reams iin shallow w'f or
;. . C. sef-le. or l1:no, is vi
itinl. frieilds inl town thi.s Week.
Mr. U. l. -immeti, of Ilhe revem
. departmenw. was ini town tliis pa
.. w eek.
f "Un1c1 luiRb' ' Elimore, of Whi
mire. spent a few days with hi
(d aughi t er, Mi's. E. B. Kihler', iii
The Kights of Pyt hias elected 11
following delegates to the disti
eonivent ion whliich .meets with .11
_Newberry lodge next week: Dir. .J.
Beilenbanugh. F. E. Schiumpert, Oe
.Domuinick. AIt erniates to be a
1poin11ted. .J. S. Whieelei', V. C.. Men
her Ex-omfieio. Past (Ch ancell ors(
Y. Hunnier and J1. 1D. Qiuattilebani
.w ere electeid dele2atles withI A.
WVise an m . T4 I. Wyvch e as alt eriiati
_ to thle meet iing of the GIrand lodtrei
tThe Sorosis has elected1 thle fe
i owvini' dele.ates to the lFederatie
of Wome's' ('lumbs: Mm's. C. Y. Ili
Semr, Al iss lIcssie I owers.
in 1Priospi'yI Saturai nhsw
to isi rltives ini Newberryi'i. I
leav~es for thle 1Phlillippiines ini abmo
1The early closing season will
en.ijoyedl by~ all.
Mr. .J. D). Quattleham is <1uuite sic
Mr. Mahiaf'fey. Organizer' for ti
Farmers Uniion, is ~in town.
Everybody is invited to the o1
folks day in Grace church the thh;
Stand.ay ini May. Come tund brii
your children, grand children, grea
grandc(lhldreni and any and all oth<
fchildren t hat you can, but don 't Po
- get to come yourself.
-Rev. aind Mirs. Kreps are in Sp
tanbarg this week asistimg in ii
haying of the corner stone of the Wo
meniC Al' Me ial Evangelical Luther
y an liireh.
Yomr scribe had trie pleasure of
m1eetinl' on 1te streets of Colimlbin
oil 1"IldiY that loyal Newherrianl,
V. P'. illioseal. Will says he is 'l'ead
s over heels'' or heels over hlead in
(it We al(o nwt our genial friend and
e forwr P"rosperityit,e and authority
e on grotnid hoh, (not the sort shown
s to one of our citizens in Newherry
e last year but the genuine article.)
l1 Mr. A. M. Wyse. -e is just. as jolly
as ever and reads The Herald and
r News t keep ) posted.
Corn haIs beenl the -ry for the past
A Wellk 11wld it is niot 1111-slied yet, for
the e ito coln to be had.
Proi,ramn of oldI olks day exercises
Gree cliireh Prosperity. S. C., sun
1, day, 1.1av 19th. at 11 o'elock a. iml.
s Vollilta v bY elhoir.
Hvmn 98. Coronation.
e Hyman 3-17. .Rock of Ages.
c Strripluire readingt and prayer by
.. the pnstor.
Hymn 208. A charge to keep I have.
- ynin 314. Arise my Soul Arise.
n Address. '"To the old folks.' Rev.
J. A. Sli.h. pastor St. Pauls.
e Hymn 29. How firm a foundation.
Addrvss. To the ''Young folks."
I-Ton. KennethIi Baker, mayor of
it. Hmn1111 :171. OI Jordan's storiy
0 banks I st.a11d.
y Offerin foru Ae Ml. linsitm(rs filid
I- of the S. C. Synod.
n Hmilin. (oid he with von till we
d Pne diction.
(I The Biik of Worship will be use.l
The hynns s nmbered abovv are
v four.d in it.
Ve A'.. P. L. LaIl-ford, and daugIhter
Su- ' i have been o I vi:it t oi Asa
m Lan!ford at Jacksonville. Fla.
lfiss mEanim Bell is visiting in Al
h iaita this week.
Miss Lucy Wheeler has retuned
tc l e ar 1071e0 fter a suicessvfil1 selool
year at Kinards.
Capt. HI. S. 141oizer has been inl
i- town the past. c4ilple days lookii
Saf'ter his insurane business.
WI Mis. Geo. -1. Wise and datu.lteri,
.Aliss Mfartuia. of Saluda. have beenl
visriting relatives in town.
If Mrs. C. M. Harmon will visit
e Mrs. W. P. Harmon, of Greenwood,
v this week.
Mr. - .A. imi1tls we'' til t
(Grec-- ood lat Friday. lie comibin
ed 0-.iness with pleasure. lIe took
ill -e oratorical eontest.
eilly fathers elected1 Mr. E_
V- (Aereerk mid. lr. 1-:. K. Bied.
('ommuiitio I of'u yun g hilie,
](I it vh l i CovewnIt011
in here wnidvd ymii r r,i'rspil
4 It :v t,I l)oi nIe .it wNhib i r
- ,l l oI' lbatsis l*,lib ros.
. It s :mdDomlinick. C'. Al. ilar
ivlyCo. A. M. Le-.ter, 'Airs. 8. W,.
..'erhtant, The S. S. BirLge Co.
. 1 erts aliol ('i.. A. Z. ('ojuts
F. 1. Rehiiupirt. W. I.. Alitliis. (1
Th*:is i . i l'o r .cr'
'idc ( ?) Tlhis i the first
hi lie n ' l ii nioios. Oh o c 'sc
r Throughi Pullman to Richmond.
c .T.n D'~1. Nancie Camp,ji has~ madie ar.
i '. rnents to have a Pultlmai ear U(
I eave Newh'erry on the reenla:ir t rai
o n Mlay 29 for the greneral reunion it
| IRuinond, provided hat h le eaii se
k. I enrce thte sale oif ten or twvelve hierthis
iei Thise w~ill have no dimeliulty it
do ing, and if you diesirie to securn
|d one of them, it will lie well for yot
'd to -ee Col. Schumnpert at once. Thi
g1 will he a great convenience atnd enml
it fort for those who are going~ to at
or tend the reunion. You will have yowi
r- own ear and your own lied, and can
not be crowded, and will have mn
r-, chane to make fromn Newheirry ti
te IlIichinm ti<
LEXINGTON TO SBELL COLUMBI
The Lexington County Dispensai
Board Will Sell Beer In Colum
lwxing.tttonl vouiity is blessel witl
dispensary board wlose Ieilbe
h1ave pleit.y of, Sense and no prejl
The Lexington board is blessm
wviti at torneys Wiho give it good ll
All this is very good for Lexin
The Carey-Coth lan statite is a r
markable law. Study of it revea
man1111y provisions ill it -wi miay I
siulprisvs to tileI majority wIhiel Veiar
Setion 6 of' 1hat 'ta( uite say
e liillbers ot'f lIe said eoI1
dispenlsary boaId are htreb decat
to be County (4livers, and! arehrl
authlorized ald empowered ulri
uithority and in tie name of ti
State to biuy in any 1mirkel and R1
TAIL WITHIN THE STATE litiuo
and bevelrage1cs asprovided lherein.'
It. will be noticed that coun
boards are aitliorized to ''reti
wifitin the State '' and their sales a
not restricted to tiheir owi (.outit
The only restrietions ip< their sal
is coitainled it "velion 14 iof l
Carey-Colthran law, which says:
''No sale or)I DIJ,TVMI-'I? permil
e- 1inler 11his nrt sliall Ile limtle (
Silliay. oll a -'elieral or prili'ari'v elI
lioi flav. or (il a Ie. illiolily,
he 'e'n siliset alid s iiiii'. ' nt
Iday*1: 'not shall it he lawful Ioi' di
penlsaies to slip iuois mr h(verne-1
ino a vontoifly wler.e tlere is It() (Ii
Anybody witli I grain nit sense e.l
en.iy -Z that he I:w permits I
ellty h r of any n 1 to m
sak-z i 'lv olill ( Illvt \0r1o4 ver th
tre dispensaries. fhiu-h if enalnn
-:(ll inl prohlibilionl cquntIiv!.
Thel re is a .'n-1t fdemind il lii
land eoily fmr f'irvsh S4'hlitz hi
which vwas hitlel adn sold m1tutu
the stale dispeisory ' law by J. B
Letlon. wiho was g'aI1e in t
Car-Ne-Colil-tanl II law a licenlse to en
tinie suelt hot fling an(i salv.
Readers of' Tie Record are fam
ia. Witi the way in wlielt le 11 ie
1ain couniity Iard IIs Maed i
ti ,. T 1 . - .. ., . ., d o ImIy 1,
f' S Melhlitz heer.
;I1vlon cominty boardA boki.-It '':In.
:1inol1int nfi fre'sh Relilitz In' :' fix sl
iii Rieblaml as we'll a es Lxil'I
ta o 1,,n11ler Ille weelionlrl ele,llo
a:. t1tmst le inIiil vi'ivi llt ln even
It has a p iidni I :n ('lr wliit w
re-tile lin (oinilr.a a1nil a tIe.l I
s'!llafture's il unO I iderns fIi i 8PIi
hver. Thi mrders will be forw''ar
a (i Let t nIv( will lIe instrt e I t oI f11 1
I her. Pavmjnlit4 s wiII ill ibe mtadi'
hee' ri o Ine LexinglIon boartid whn'i
wnn'ill payv 1Bo tiler Let fin f'or all<
(let's heC filled.
The Sch f lt eeir wnnill ibe suhl
Sthe Lexint ton b)oar i'nu Co lui~mbia
thle o1( ld ilispnsar hiawi. seve'i ny-fi
(eis a dozeni'A'I. de rliviired. Or'dn'rsf
Ii i i'beir canti hen phn edln~ tri 'll I 1
thu r'lrk if Ih Le' ~xiniitin dispen
sar il'v l r'nll toi nte he l iii natou:f
h nis orndr. ,
Will Dine the Veterans.
U I r'. ill ' ice a in r t
addilires-ss nt hle \'r't rinn. ino forni
in'it.aionis wn~iIli e is-'nd. hul ih
fri exten itofi everyi imeimbr oif
.Jamens 1). Na ncr' Camp and e'very, Vi
rianl inViat ion toi atteitd this di
ner i. Th le Dutfers will be (1isr
pintedr if' all are not riesenlt; ai
they a' sk teatc'h Vetei'an to friiegardn
ts iliity fii iiinotrmtheris oif ti
tnw' ltOde of illitaiftiont.
Dilnnei' ti lkets ma betU icureCtt(d fri
Adjnlaii O t . I. Schumipei't any til
wi Ilhit thle two weeks pireeedinugi
10t of~(f May ni' onI the (lay.
Mt's. W. H. iHut,
Mr P. B. Scott. Piensinnt
A, TWO INTERESTING CASES.
y In Circuit Court-Dispute Over Line
-To Set Aside Deed.
Two very imurestin-.:1 ca(Se hanvo
beeni mn trial ill lhe eommlon pleam
vminrt at Ne\\"h rry tIhis w e .()it(. hazv
ahemn (leterminedi by ilhe jtt'y and1 the
4 41ier was still inl the ha'Is o-, the
.jiny yesterlay Iltloonl. Inl the
d e(se Of 11". F111ao1 vs. Cook, it is a dis
-Imte over a linle. These, !_,entlleen
live as neigihbors inl the 00'Neall see
.. tion of' No. 9 township.
It Seem., that for a good mlanly years
- ihre has, beenl 1 (lif'I'renev betweell
Is Illt' 1 1ti0-4 W110 oWn isi. 111 d 11 tO
> I-he ex\: l l o-41altimn ( 11 1e li nv, whill
t-was e'sinblislivil by a slu-vvy molale inl
1859. The dlispille, hmv(\ver. wva4Ix e<l
Vwarn1wr ni4lle tine a1o li n i'vil -
) 11140 1 114' ll tl a II ll( Il rent' 11i i li t
141 the p11int ill a perisminal (lillivity. Anl
,v naurevillllt, llowt-'ver, was rheli e
1' I wv'n ili, :11141 a suivev was .111
is ploye'l Ito take' the ohd phat and en
."- (leavor to re(--stliSIh the line. Thiis
rs WaIs 1011don, aila yet it was not. satis
factory. Other surveyors were bro01 ught
ly ill amll they di(id not ag-ree. Tt svems
il that there is a Variation of the Ile<le
re <Ine to ,;mile mineral rormllatioll ill tile
's. 1lm. A 1 an 1ae, 1110 1ifferences got
ts wider an<1 Mr. Irm brng sIl it
le ;minst Mr. ('1lk for possessiol of
tlh 1.11141 uni1 , l ilaIll n es lir tres
I- ills 1 wl si 4 *2000. eIl ense
ml 1h ., beenll inl .4-m 1I I'lr i I-tilph. lit,
(- v iar n1111 wal l ril t ,Il Iilal oil
wr 1:141.11y. The jilr\ -. e1l111 l a vvr'
ly d6vt inl Invilv.ir f Al. 1111-I on, iiving
s-, him M.Ha.m .i st. TV- amuonn iir
Ps t i hu, . in o l111.4 st tl
s- frmilli ine fIll the survey,irs, Whi 1a11,
nu1.11h anl 1,tim11,v i., abmni 1-3:3 (if
l all crv, t il l ill t 1 0 li 1 ;'l t
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f it t t1 . t11 I 11w sii i w t vY i i as
AI Ir. 1141 i (' 441s not :11 144 i fi1, w11 1
h- 1he ver Iiv 111 will likl 1y (.:I ry 1 hw
1'. ease. ti l l v slp i 1rell, 414 r1 1.
r The he ni i 111ha f' .John J.
Ol - lell vs. Pivken It. el l t s e
he sid 14 d -ecl 156 n re.s tf landl inl
.rdaintirr is a brndimher mAr. (himl,
who i 1ee1d he iam]l tot his niephew,.
Mr. P1. 11. (bIdH. Trhp dppd was madile
in 1901 a.11411 siuit was not commllenlem
nii uiill . Mr. Olivir 91a , who
1-11 fle tit ' dev(d, Iadle his!-z Ioi with
, - arp ew, Mr. P1. I. 04dell. m 4 1ur1
il, the time hle li\Ved withl hisnph
he ha licse of sma:Ill,.x, .11m41
hw 11 44 Ie. I( 1
1144 441uh e . 4:s111 n inva(1,411z aml.
rin t is filme hilk bl'illier. w'1t
1 111ml whlmfver, :il4 114 wns c.IrmI
r' bv hli, lnvl1 'W. 1i \":I, 'w rll'.1l t"
' 11:11 1 . \\;I. illI em llp4 1 1 l Y
hr ine 4f mwinl w\eakn(-- (1 make
I p l1-eed. \V\'1 hI l v.rdi(-I -,-ill b)e
14111'1*4 1n0 11lol i m-ws :it |Illis w ril
hil Adi wAt kniew Mr. Oliver
el,whtied i ew er-a h
ne u theosdeedv wsmade.l'11 0eXtify1tha
akeW 1 1)0 de)ed,(41 and: in vie fthe
re1 wlell wif' 111a1en1 Thf iml va is
- lnipew. U. 1).l se.e'rm that hel' was.
no (11t ly (compe'lent f til mak4the deed, P
1h0 thalilt he had the ri1h ide tand
are.s-lI wIl1(' I a s , an 11 ll of I i -
5101( a Ilmeltu on t ht eeas were