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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at N,
ferry. S. C., as 2nd class matte
Friday, October 19, 1906.
MR. SEABROOK'S RESIGNATI
It is a liattter of deep regret to
many friends ini Newbety liat
Rev. W. L. Seabrook has tendered
resignationt of the pastorate of
Lu1thern ' C(1hurch of tihe Iledeel
During- his shay inl Nlwherry
Seabrook has worked hard and fa
fully for his congregation and
the good of the comiunity and of
church and state generally., That
has been successful is evidenced
the result (if his labors.
lis work has not been confines
the limits of1 his congregation,
he has made many personial trie
outlfiidt', onl wIho4se lives his inhi
has had its eft'fet. le is of I
natre i and disposition person.
that enables hi to im:- w:
friends aInd to ihold tem.
As a prt..wher he hIs ' ll:ive,
high orderl of ablility. Goi :. not
step hbyond Ihe creed of is elm
lw i, \vt Ili1eral in Lis views--t
vd depth If soul.
la e i as pastV. vi-li:i11
m ht I ro-wIYMV was. that lie
ben <l(iteIot to his people. Syipa,t
tic aln' whIn his pc-ple h1
wlkci in 'he shadw of" grief.
bac. h't. : 0,th 11m and ti.e .:rief
hwc?. ,:, 't. e m s e '.;I, not o
bveen(I tIheI pnaItr of the Imlebers
hi- c1Wn,re,%tion. "ot he has h)
their frien and e,mpanion.
W( eniitly lw V 1pe that 'Mr. S
brok mny see his wfay clear to e
liti e with nZ.
WhIen "Mr. Dixt-n1's play,
''Clansman,'' was being presen
throughout the south. there wa!
great wail, because, it was said,
recall the scenes portrayed in
drama woild open anew old won
and make harder the solution of
race problem. This season the ''ClA
man'1' was booked for a ntiumei
soulithern1 citie,s, hit on aecolint of
cent clashes between the whites
tihe blacks, it was decided best by
ianniureient of the play that all da
it soluthern cities siollid le canel
and this was done. Perhaps, just
the present time. this was wise.
It appears, to uIs that a red s1
parlade at the state fair would le
ject to the same objections as II
urgel against the presentation of
''Clansman.'' We Would not foi
he imllfa It ering courage and tle
swervinlg devotion to duty of the 1
who followed Hampton in 1876
redeemed Southii Carolina from ne
rutle. it is ouri duityV to keep aliive
memories of those d-ays, andl to te
succeeding gene rat ions t hatl
fathers we're metn w~ho fenared not
of' w~hit e sulpremuacy.
Huet wonuld ii he wvise, wvi th thle t
in At lanta amnd oither southlern ei
so fresh in tile minds of the sow
(ernl ipeople, to hiave a red shirt pat
in Columbia (luring fair week?
trouble comes it will b)e met, and
result is as sure as is thte coursi
eiv'iliz'ationi. lBut if it shlould<
come, antd we hopiIe it wvili not, we
have the rapist anmd the incendi
opien, andl the gr'eatest sufferers
he those whlomt it. is the -duty ofi
It is well to let the niegro tin
stand t his is the wrhite man 's conn
Bitt is it inot well to (1o that wl
might inteite in t he breasts of
white pieople, or mightt have a t<
eney' so to (d0, a race hat red
might brintg on trouble wvhich e
EN.GLAND GROWING MADDI
Pproportion of Insane Has Riser
an Alarming Rate-What is
Clause and Solution?
This (countriy is gr'owinlgi
every year. Such is the distres
fact which seemsl to confront us in
report oif thle commlissioners in lun
Ton years ago thtere wvas one madi
* to ever'y 314 of the population;
dayi tile pr'opoirtion is one0 to every
Weeas the increcase .in thet
', populaltion during the ten years
lisn 10.8 per cent., that of thie in
population has been '2.7 p)er e
Those are serious fi- sees. They
gest that in very truata wo are hoee
nug N'a mad wvorld, my masters.''
actual state of the case, however
not so bad as it looks, In the I
SplAce, ~t may be noted Is .a gt
S t ry sa n that 'the progressive ratp
'$' i9fO a fallen of( di rittg
last year; the increase in the num
v h ber of luiniaties in 1905 was consider- iq
ably less than the annual average for b
the last ten years. And, in the second e
ew- place, the figures with which we s
are dealing are those of the certified %
insane, It is probable that of the A
certainly insane a larger mber are t!
now detained under eare than was ii
formerly the case. We cannot after t<
ON. all, be sure that the Proportion of in- v
sanity is increasing; all that we know e
ls is that the number of personls certifi- a
the ed and detained as insane is inereas- 1
nier. Evenl with these deductions, how
Mr. ve, it is an Irrestiug ract that the
ith- mald world (in tle scn.;e ahoye inldi
for Cated) is so largely increasiIg. What f
the is the cause? And what the remedyt t
he Questions easy to ask, but difficult, b
by if not impossible, to answer! The
eauses of insanity form a branch (t
I to the unsolved problems of science.
bu,t Statisties 4 and medical science can tell
ads us a lifile bit 11ho1sv who khow most of
ne the suijeet would be the first to ad
hat imit ho-w nmeh. in this obsure border
allv land, renwins to be dincovered. There
i . how(ever. one Commlon belief which
appears to have little follundation. It
is the pace, we oftC" hear, that kills.
The storm and st res of Ihe modern
world. the sArain 1 )on tihe nerves. the
hat pressure of the strilu--de for life; these
,d are the Suppsed conses for a growth
of insanity. Yet iti is in lie agricil
tural vunltitios. where life runs most
the giet l in the ancient ruts, that h111ov
has is part ic.ulairly comnion. Great wits to
madne z any be near allied: hut the
aie man of strenuous life and active brain
he keeps on his side of the borderland
clhlivi more easily than he who is
een In some, espects the facts about
lunacy lt.,ely resemble those about
1.i eme. If you ask an expert in crim
o h- inology how, if lie were omnipotent,
ie woul preceed in order to extirpate
crimue. lie will tell you of two things. 1
the is that eriie is largely the work of
ed the habitual criminal; the other is
a that crime is the result of drink. S
to "Sterilize the unfit, and remove the
the drink curse," lie will say, "and yon
nds will abolish crime. " To a large extent.
the the same may be said of insanity. As
ns- we have already remarked, there is
of much in the subject which is still
re- wholly obscure. "Inl a sense," say
May be straightei
crooked, an ugly
eyes of some mar
of other morchan
nis a complete failt
cash, buy in case
no profit shared a
'We Save You
wil For $1.00
aiy 200 Balls Thread for $1.00
Ihe 2 Blankets for $1.00
will 1 Boy's Suit, size six to sixteen, $1 00
non 10 pairs Wool Socks for $1.00
20 pairs Ladies' Hose for $1.00
tier- 20 pain, Men's Black and Taa~ Sucks $1.
t y 10 yards heavy Canton Flannel for $1.0(
uich 10 yards 12 1-2 ets. Hickory Stripe for I
i h 24 Spook' Coats' Cotton for $1.00
md-. 10 yards good Bed Ticking for $1.00
Dress Goods, Sill
512 inch Mohair, all colors, 49 cts.
Beautiful Silks, bought in suit and shirt
no woalie,49 cts yd. and u .
-R Heav Taffeta Silks, guarantee , 98 et
56 inci Wool Skirting worth 75 ets. for
at 52 Inch B3roadcloth, all colors, worth $1.
wlldback, 98 ets. d.
36 inch Poplar Cloth, all colors, 25c., w<
d11-4 Cotton Blankets, 98 ets. pair.
.a 11:4 extra heavy Blanket $1.69 pair.
dug All-Wool North Carolina dlanket, $2.98
the 12-4 Cotton Blankets, $1.98 pair.
"t"" CH EA PES
le colmissiollors, " the eongeil
Hot whose structiral deficioney
rain can be recognized is only at
ud of a scale wyhich at the other 1
mits us with the spectael of
'reek Uf a finely balanceed tee
Id there are nIny cases where,
Ie present state of our knowled
isan11iiy calinlot. be assigned to a I
%Iial basis or any ascertainable en
-iatever. But among the assig
1s's of insanity, the two wi
re by far the most frequent are "1
11m1per-anee in Drink'' and "Here
ry Influence.'' Summning up the
Ires roughly, we may say that
Very Iundred persons admitted
sylumIs during the last five ye
arty have been driven there eit
y drink or heredity. The actual ni
er is probably greater, for the en
ter of attracti
where Good Thl
________On the count
Come In and
sales will take ca
Yes, we have the best lin
hown in Prosperity. We h
lost Cards and Toilet Articl
We sell other goods also.
Yours for mor<
ied or a strai
i. But every 4
ts to sell the bE
wre. . We buy
lots direct fro
From 10 to
126 pairs Mori
Men's well m
Men's Black 'I
Men's fine W<
(1.00 $2 50 and $3
waist patterns, Ladles' fine S
i. yard. .Men's Heavy
49 cts, yd. Men's Viei, B
26, this is the pair.
* I~gline of Bi
rth 40 ets. ew days.
250 short end
27 x 4 Taips
pair. High grad& R
* and $8.89,
ital in sixteen other cases is assigned t
of "previous attacks.'' Those previott
DI attacks were in turn presumably cau
ire- ed in large measure by the two gol
the erning causes. lin the race, the fan
t.' ily, and the individual the law hold
[go, Our deeds still follow with us fror
use And what we have been makes u
aed what we' are.
In- A little more money always seen
lit- to show You how impossible it is fe
fi- you to be happy without at great det
ir,, "Youre t great big enlf!' e:
het- eaimied the huffy girl.
un- ''Suppose I am,'' replied ti
gooduatured youtih, 'my father wui
'n Stock is the cen
n n a village- store.
ngs are sold.
er a catalog argues for
es. Clocks. etc.
Lookl This done, theV
Ve Of OICMSClVeSe
. IRGE C061
e of Jewelry and Watches eve
ave all the novelties In this line
es as well.
S. S BIRGE CO.
ght man may bE
be pretty in thE
Effort on the par
.st goods as low a
for cash, sell foi
.25 Per Cent
sing, Pants, etc.
Winter Pants, worth $1.80 at 98c pa,ir
's Pants, worth $2.00 and $2.50, mnostly
for $1.48 pair.
de Suits worth'$8.00 for $4 98.
h%et Suits, newi style, worth $7t.60 for
retid Pants worth Up to $4.50 for $2.00,
lack and colors, worth $15.00 for $10 00
vy Satin Calf, all solid, for $1.26 pair.
hoe4 for $1.98 to $3.60
Shdas at same old price.
Iack Calf and Valour, from $2.50 to $5.00
ye and Girls' School Shoes to arrive in a
~s, Carpets, etc.
Carpet for 33 cts. yard.
ry Rug 98 cents.
ge, beautifuul design, for $1.98, $1.69
9 Want It.
WITH THE OPENING
Gage and Gi
and the very la
REAL ESTATE J
r Tennyson could take a wor
poem on it and make it worth
Rockefeller can write a few w<
make it worth $10,000,000-tha
States can take an ounce and a q
it an "Eagle Bird" and make it w<
A mechanic can take material
watch springs worLi $1,000-tha
take an article worth 75 cents
BUSINESS. A lady can purch
fers one for $27.00--that's FOO
works ten hours a day and hai
$1.25 per day--that's LABOR.
vests in good real Estate--that's V
I have 429 acres of land within
a nice 8-room residence with hall
7 tenant houses, 75 or 100 acres
fence. This is gocd fertile land,
for the money I know of. Terms
Do not forget, if you have some
viant immediate returns, I have soi
"The Man Between"
Oct. 29 AUGUS~
One WAho!e Week of Fur
October 99 to
Worry and Catre Relega
Bill for the Entire
Everybody is lnvitedc to
$50,000 Spent for Y<
One Fare for Round Trt
A Few of, the Many Good 1
Pain' Fireworks, ''Fall of Pomge
anid Pet Stock Show. Agricultural
Racing-5 Da~ys. Dr. Julian Thomas
Animaal Show. Beautiful Dancing Gib
Wrestling. A Llve Dragon, f?omi Pa
Live Fox,Chap.. ,And Much More to
OF THE SEASON
test styles in
thless sheet of pape-, write a
)rds on a sheet of paper and
t's. CAPITAL. The United
iarter of gold and stamp upon
)rth: $20.00-that's MONEY.
worth $3.00 and make It into
t's SKILL. A merchant can
and sell it for $ 1.00--that's
ase a $1.00 hat, -but she pre
LISHNESS. A ditch digger
idles several tons of earth for
When a man or woman in
three miles of Kinards, with
s, nice oak grove, 4 wells,
of pasture land under wire
mnd I belicve the best place
i surplu~s funds on which you
ne stock that will interest you.
Buyer and Seller.
rA,GcA Nov. 3
, Frolic and Instruct
ted to the Past-The
Week is MVirth *
Attend thae Big Fair.
Ip on All -Railroads.
kings Offered for Your
IP$10,000 DIsplay. Poultry
.. .Live Stock Show. Hiorse
Air Ship end nuflioon. Wild
8Is Two Big I$rass flands. IBulr
nama. Lottie the Livinig boll
See and Hiear-~~ 't Misa It.