L M'CULLOUGH FOR SENATE.
Announces His Candidacy Together
With His Platform-Various
Greenville. Jaii. 20.-Joseph A.
MIcCuilough is a candidate for Unit
ed Gt,ates senate. He issued the
follow-inga this even-ing:
"To tha D)elocratie Voters of
Sutt h ('arolina:
"I have decided to enter the race
for the United States senate. subject
to the action of the Democratic pri
mary. I realize .how unsatisfactory
it is. :e'th to the candidate and to the
- vuer. for me to attmept. to oatline
pnythring in the nature of a plat
rform. for the reason that there are
so many (uestions with which a sen
ator of the United (States will have
o deal. that the voter will be r ire
largely governed by his opinion as to
the qualifica.t.ions of t(he candidate
than by any platform lhe' may an
"I believe that. Henry Watterson
tersely stated what should be the
ke.ynote in the coming Democratic
campaign, 'Back to the constitu'tion.'
"Given a man "s conception of
that document, and the respective
rights of the State and federal gov
ernments thereunder, and if 'he be
eonsisten,t. his position with refer
ence to almost all the other questions
coming before the national congress
for solution, can be predicted with
almost as absolute precision and ac
curacy as the position of a planet
1,000 years from now.
"As to t,he-construction of the con
stit:tion. I belong to the school of
calhoun and Jefferson. I believe
that an applicaition of that instru
ment. thus interpreted, would thave
permanently and in a satisfactory
manner adjust all the great questions
th;aat occupy the attention of the
American people. sueh as the tariff.
trusts. finances. taxation and the
rights of the States.
"I believe in immediate tariff re
ision and reciproeity. I believe in
opening American products to the
markets of the world and wolld
ather rely upon the natural law of
supply and demand to maintain
prices than the artificial expedients
of a p;rotective tariff.
"I believe in protecting the Amer
ie:mn laborer against a lower standard
of wvages and livri'ng through the in
flr'x of undesirable i.mmigration, and
--on the other hand I favor stimiulat
ing immigration of a desirable class.
Thiat is to say, men and women of
~sound body, of sound mind and of
soundi morals and who can become
*asily assimilated to Ame9 n eivihi
zation and who can help. asi in our
~ iht to maintain Anglo-Saxon su
preiuaey and t.lre perpe&uationl of
American ideals and Ameri-can in
situtions. As to the method of re
strietion (the ad' isabi1ity of which
seemns to be cocee by all those~
wh> have given any thoug$ht to the
subject. irre2speetive of oasrty affilia
ti f eouetur in the suggestions
na.le by the emussiner general of
imr?rlVti. .n. Mr. s lI. Sargent. in
his 1enort u.ponl tihr subject for 1903,
-n ~ih emibodies the physical, the
mora1. the intelleetnal a.rsd the finan
"I bliee ihat !.ariff reform would
Tm~ov~e the foundations upon which
ti and monopolies rest. and these
woudld at once fall of their own in
"I believe that the national legis
hture shoxi!/ deal only with natio.nal
.qustions. T am in favor of guard
ing especially at the present time
with jeualous care thre rights of tire
$mates and would stubbornly resis:
any e-ecroaehment upon these rights;
aud I believe that such questions as
-divorce,' 'insurance,' 'factory in
spection laws' and the laws concern
ing the 'rela.tionship of master and
servant' wthich 'engage so much of
the time and attention of our nation
r a legislators, should be relegated to
*the time and attention of our legisla
"Ito believe in the right of the 'State
toadopt its own domestic policy,
onerning all matters of which the
~federal government 'has no jurisdic
tion without outside interference,
and I believe the federal govern
ment's laws should not practically
,ulify the wishes of the people con
erning such local matters (prohibi
tion, for instance) by permitting, un
der t:he guise of regulating commreree,
that which the State law prohibits.
"I regard 'the rights of the Sitate
so sacred that I oppose :bartering
them away for a mess of federal
"I .believe in the right of the indi
vidual to 'earn his bread by tihe'sweat
Pof his brow and I favor those laws
that guaran'tee to him a just recom
pense for the labor expended.
"I believe that it is the function
of g'overnment to issule money, and
-for that reason favor tlhe est.ablis~a
ment of a central national bank,
wlhose pr. Viinc"e it will be to protee
otihe'r iaiiks a;t"aini't" ti' lisaster
produed'1 by panie--t ricken deposi
tors. and come to the relief of a:N
community in case of a .stringen-cy ir
t.he money market.
"I believe in peace-universa]
peace-and favor aribitration as a
settlement of all questions. both in
ternatinnal a:il i-ntrana,tional. in se
far as the federal con=I:itution perm.it:
This I deemi to be essential to the
preservaUi(lt;i the nation. I am op
p'sed I) war and believe that. tei
:m :(l of G:d. 'Thou shalt not
kill.' should apply 'to tihe nation a,
the individual. 1 believe that th
iiea ure cif pe(1ople 1 )ower should
not be their ability to slauIhter thei:
I:i making th:"is campal'il. I C
not intend to spend 'barrels of mon
ey.' even for legitimate purposes, as
it has been suggested that a eandi
date for the United States senatc
mu: do to be elected. I will not dc
this for two reasons. In ithe first
place I haven't it to spend, and i:i
the second place I think it more im
portant to the State that the indivi
dual -hould exercise his honest, con
scientious judgment without a,ny
sort. of interference or andue per
sua'sion. after investigating as thor
oughly as he. can the capacity and
clualificati(Ms of the various candi
dates than that I or anybody else
should occupy a seat in tdie United
States senate. If it has come to thi4
in South Carolina that it requires
the expenditure of a. large sum of
money for one to be elected to thE
United States senate. the sooner the
is demonstrated to the satisfac
tion of the people the Ibetter.
''I will not flood the voters of t:h2
State with leitters and literature of
all sorts. Of course, I want yom
support. if. after invest:igiation, you
feel that you can conscientiously
give it to me. That is what I an
"I have great confidence in the al
thimate judgement of the people as tc
all mi:ters submitt-ed to them, an3
although. as a circuit judge once said
in reference to our jury system. they
sometimes shot with a 'wabbling
g0un' nine cases out of ten they hi
the bull's eye.
"In conclusion. I believe that yor
will extend to each -and every one of
us who may enter the co:dtest, tha1
courtesy which Benjamin Fra.nklir
once suggested in a let ter- introducinu
an unknown: 'Do ;him all the good of
fies and show him a,1l the favor that
on further acquaintance you will fini
him to deserve.'
(Signed) ''Jos. A. McCullough.''
AVALUABLiE PLANTATION FOli
We will rent for the year 1908
the farm of 338 acres of land situatei
about one mile east of Silver Streel
and owned -by the estate of Win. W
Spearman. There is open .upon th~
place about a four horse entract anc
made this year 50 bales of cotton
The place will be rented either fo:
money -r bales of cotton. Apply t<
M. A. Carlisle,
John C. Goggans,
Executors of Wmn. W. Sp,earman.
Newberry, S. C., Dec. 31, 1907.
-BEGS TO ANNOUNE:
1. Its warehouse receipts are regarde<
as the highest class of bankable collatera
2 If money can - be borrowed on any
thing it can be borrowed on the receip
of The Standard Wareliouse Company.
3 Banking institutions are familia
with the methods and strict busines
principles and financial standing of Thi
Standard Warehouse Company, and seel
its receipts as a basis of loans.
4. The identical cotton that you plac
in the warehouse is returr,ed- upon sur
render of receipts.
5. In case of fire your cotton is pai
for at market value, and you have ni
difficulty as to insurance, the full in
surance being maintained by The Stand
ard Warehouse Company.
6 All insurance- on cotton is main
taned at full value in the highest clas
English and American Insurance Com
7 The Standard Warehouse Compan:
is absolutelv independent of any othe
organization and conducts its affairs upoi
strict business methods.
8. The paid up capital stock of Th
Standard Warehouse Company is $350,
oo oo, and the company is absolutel:
safe, and its wareiwase receipts ccmi
ahead of the stockholders.
9. By having a number of St andar<
Warehouses constructed so as to comip1:
with - insurance regulations and econc
mies in general management The Sta:i
dard Warehouse Company offer the cheap
est rate compatible with sound busines
methods, ample ir,surance and the full
est protection of its receipts.
o. The Standard Wareiiouse Compan:
is anxious to h:.ve all cotton of farmnier
and others storea, andi offers the mos
comple te protection and encouragemen
for favmers desiring to hold their cotton
11. Rates will be furnished upon ap
plication to Mr. J. D. Wheeler, loca
manager Standard Warehouse Company
NOTICE ANNUAL MEETING.
Tihe policylhot(lers of the Farmers
Mitt ua11 I n.uance A Sociatiol of
Newberry county will .neet at the
court house on Mon aay, February i
salesday. at 1 o'clock p. m., all policy
holders ,are urged to be present.
R. T. C. Hunter, Pres.
L. I. Epting, Secretary.
Cha.nge of Schedules.
Effective 12.01 a. m. Sunday Jan.
5th, 190S, the following is the time
of departure (If all passenger trains
leaving Newberry Union station:
No. 15 for Greenville .. . . S.57a.m.
No. 18 for Columbia .. ..1.28 p.m.
No. 11 for Greenville .. ..4.17 p.m.
No. 16 for Columbia .... .S.47 p.m.
C., N. & L. Ry.
No. 85 for Laurens .. ....5.19 a.m.
No. 22 for Columbia ....8.47 a.m.
No. 52 for 'Greenville .. 12.46 p.m.
No. 53 for Columbia .. ..3.10 p.m.
No. 21 for Laurens .. ....7.25 p.m.
No. 84 for Columbia.. .. 8.30 p.m.
No's. 84, 85, 21, and 22 run daily
The above schedule is given only
I as information, is not guaranteed and
is subject to change without notice.
G. L. Robinson,
The Farmer's Every-(
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LTION, Atlanta, Ga.
h you spend.
: you spend it.
full line of Blan.k 0
ook Store. Call C:
d make your se
lOK STORE, |
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Wlil TrutI inR u lei
We are all after the money, and don't you
rget it. If there is a merchant in this city
any w here else that has goods or money to
the man. All fancy Salesmen or Bed Sheet
Iertisements cost money, and all the ex
:nses are made out the blooming "sucker."
We know that all the fools are not dead.
rery sensible man knows that all sugar coat
I pills (while sweet to the palate) work you,
d these special sales
Work You to a Finish.
hy hire an expert to conduct one?
RE IEMBER THIS.
Come, we like money as well as anybody,
it we will divide with you all the extra ex
nse that it costs others io hold special sales.
Pin This in Your Memory.
If you want goods cheaper than you can get
em anywhere else, come to
The Fair and Square Dealer.
THAT SNOW I5 NOT THE
ON4LY THI NG THAT FALLS
THIS TIM'E Of THE YEA R,.
OUR PRICES ARE COMING
DOWN ON SOME OF OUR
- '~ VERY( BEST VA LUES. WE
DOlRT h/ANT eY LEFT'
ES oUR PRICES HAVE FAI ~N BUT THEY HAVE.
>T FALLEN ON SHIPPED- AN 'FAKE'' STUFF.
1EY HAVE FALLEN ON WHAT WE HAVE LETT
r THE REGULAR LINES OF GooD MERCHANDISE.
'I IMPoSSIBLE YOU KNOW To BUY - eJUST -
KACTLY WHlAT YoU'ARE GoING To SELL AND
o MoRE. WH AT WE HAVE LEF T of OUR WINTER
>oDS WE SHALL SELL AT AND BELoW CoST.
COR'. MAIN AND CoLLEGE STS.,
the State Bank Examiner of the condition of The Exchange.
Bank of Newberry, S. C., at the close of business Decem
ber 16th, 1907.
ans and discounts..-.-__---....-- -..........-......$161,790 26
ver drafts.................-.*-. .- -- -.- -......- 3,479 93
irni ture and fixtures.-...... --... -...-_._ 3,636 92
ash and Exchange.-.......... .... --..-.... 10,601 07
p ital stock..._................. -.....*..--. ...- - ----00 o
idivided profits, net.... -.. . . ~ 9044
p aid dividends....... .. ..... -~1 5
shi er's Checks..............2,491
sposits, Banks_........... .$ 2,779 72
posits, Individual-. -------... 111,072 44-11382 6
1s payable.............- .- ------ - 450 0
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