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THE NEGRO AND STATE FAIR.
Theo Were Pow of the Rac-3 Hero.
.d Pu.wt:ally Nenc on tie
Streets at Night.
It has beeii noticed tit tliere tire
fewcr Iegroei; at the fair this year
thaln ever before. President (uligniard
called ltIvnlionl too the faclt Wvednles-'
d Iy, aId at IIe same time le declaired
tliat Ithle mim-ement of the fair ha1d
done notlhinig iio keep tihe iie-roes
Ai obrservani gentleman stated imi
night thit Ile had bwen info Imed by
residet'i(s of It le counlit ry, as well as bIy
Colimbill ciinell's. that tilt, negroe
liad bleand s!m:IIIvwhIeIr that IIt wen,
not wmivi at the ir andl tha pla
ealls wit a stitement fromI* the
1algeilt If the "air hi hven
post ed. Mr. (hiignard says ihal it is
false to suggest talit the 'ailr issocia
tion laid aske( or had warned the ne
groes to keep away. The f'airs liere
tofore live been atteided by negroes
whio lave bevillied tllemlselhes, le says.
LaIst yearl thlere was Stim]( commllenti
u1pllm lthe fatht 11 h(ere were So
ima niVIIIes io the street 4hu-ing... the
('aIlival nighils. 'I'ee hlave been few.
this year. ani(d Ilose I'vw IveIIIN been
Ordrly1. Nd 11 well behlaved. W.hile
thbose who advised Ie nIer s Imay m,
my 1141 have had a sinisler motive ill
ImlisiwIIeseini lug the Suate fair man
agelineil .yet so far as ile Maii st reet
(ir1W41s art conernIied thIIe acdVice ws
goIOd. It hIlas prvled anv disorder,
perhaps ,:nd Ihe faiir wek passed
ott :s lIl ilost st oisraetry 'n re
(0rd, with, r.negini to h(le oibsevivance of
law anld r(1-der.
Ne.-roes (it gaIlsi ion, Is si aiule
do Iot assert themselves to tile dis
celil olf their raice, but there are
triniinals an1unti the il, a iid one nti
own 10- onl the pmrt IIf I drunk11en
llTn (ll Ig t(e ( illis whell '\l1011
-;t roI was (1towdIdI wit h11 people half
Meld willh revelry miift i:ave caused
VIry S(iouls Iroulblv.
THOSE PRETTY COLORED FOODS
Coloring ol .Poods an Art Highly De
veloped.- Any Old Kind of Refuse
Mae to Look Luscious.
\\a.h IingI.mi, 0ct. "6 .\n-- U iep li in,
till' lood siq'plics of, Ameri-e.vams wIll bv
i.kariked bv New 'var's I)ay, 1907. On
1ha1Il date Ithe lure Iiod law will be
'"mi effeetve. It prIt ivaly, in
many1 n'espects, will revoluitionlize thle
prelill-ation of tood stuffs iltInded
for. sile ilk this couitnIIy. Akpipearale
of gomls alnd! kiinds of foods tiat all ofI
us have been aciustomed to in past
eitier will pass oit oI existeceve or
will be so (.1isin1ge( as to be ;linst il
IllteiI tie new law anlti inler the
rIegIulations which h1viI been adIIteI
t!) miake it eff'eclive, the lovely eolor
ings wlhich hrefore hive been used
to masike v ainus Foods anad dellecies
parie inlarily attr ac'tivye will lhe elimiin -
t ed from all Food lpro<hdtiets.. No chem
msaline--ill bie peirmit ted ini the pr'e
iarat ion oF loods and no subhstasnce
may he impjloiyedl toi 111 mpnwve the tIa
thait is eoinsiidert'd byv the aegriicuturail
dlepa rt menit extpirt s to lie dleleter'iousii
Iller'etiif're, the coloirini' ofi 11oods
even great eri tlisi th le lieualthfuil ness
--ite prmht et . The chem ist hias been
able . -"(311e iaold kind( ol ref'use
in-ari I ht,,-itis or paslat able. Vege..
ables, psiartinlarily penics, were imade
to look as iF theyci had( just come from
te podis, silthIoughi Ihey nmny ha i-i
bieeni canni d forI1(1 monthls. Meat s ofI
vasurionus kindis were gi veii a br iighit red
coiloir that lent a most aipplet iiing ap
Ji(hiranice to thiemi. TI'omaltoes were
tainin. the wa1 'Ss opened(' tey looked
as5 they had1( jiist l.eeni Ilieked from
lie vinies. As a mat er' of face.t lie to
nimtties whicb ar'e caiinid, for the most
part, arie itced wvheii gr(een. Thley
thleu sire riienled in the dark and
pau inted in couirse of' pre'parialion it h
ai line dIyes thait give t hem thle bean
ti iful color that give t hemesthardlushr.
tifunl color that makes them tempting
The bill11iaiitly c'olored M~a rashchino
cherruy, Itha Itione lmsi gul ped so often
fr'omi Ithe bot) tomi ofi ai 'ocktail, wiill pas
out of existence andi( ini its place,
perhaps, wiill be a dull looking cherry
that nobiody would think twice about,
flav'oring a drink withI.
Tomato catsup will fade in color
and the brightly colored canned ba
con will ense to appeal to the eye.
Vinegars wvill not be so clear as be
fore, but they will be sourer. In fact
Atll of the highly decorated food stuffs
will disappear forever and in their
place will be similar stuffs .that may4
not look so appetizing, but will taste
Many little articles which the house
wife has been accustomed to orderr
from the grocery will be different af
ter January 1. No longer will she g 6
pienic ham'' made of refuse pork
aid beef; 'potted chicken'' will be
real chickein, if it c-anl be bought alt
all, Iaid Iot stale veal io more gli
(0se "mnaple syup'' will be oi the
marlket ; and tle olive oil will be cot
Less than tweity per cent. of the
"M[ocla and Java'' coffee sold in
this country is what it purports to be.
1Iereafter, wheni one buys coffee he
will get Ih-azillianl of Mexican cof
fee, whiich will taste just as good a*
Ihe former "Mocha and Java.''
It is said that the prospect of the
ri-idi enforcement of the pure food
liaw already has caused onte man to
C: mm111it suicide. Not beinlg able long.
(r to fool tle pel)ple, lie concluded
(hint life was not worth living.
SOARCITY OF LABOR.
Cotton Fields Afford Most Stricking
Illustration of Conditons--Pick
ers are Needed.
Iial(imore, Oct. 25--Corrcspondence
inl Ihis week's issue of The Manufac
oirers' iecord from Atlanta, Ga.,
dwelling llpol the extent of material
(evelopmilenlt now under way hI the
SoIth, describes the wilespread scar
vity of labor hampering that develop
ImIeIt. It says:
I ",Probably I I m litost st riking ill us
1"Itratill of the seareity of laborers inl
ile South is seen in the cotton fields.
ihn-ing a trip (f over a hunidred miles
brinIi Ial importait cottoi region,
i eorgia aid Alabama, a very care
hil cout was made of the ntumber of
It iti pickers seen, and the total wa.
I, whiean, juin bythe distance
ravehil amd the con(dition of the cot
lnv needin-g imille(iate picking-, there
en1t to have been IIIre vearly 1400.
".\n1ather illulstration is giveln ian
1hea t1*.Ithat ile prolposed exposition
l Atanta scheldule(l for 1910 has
been abandoned, 1iot because of the
IabiltY 1( seetre the moniey, but be
,Il-. it was 111.b'1 v ilea. to the or aln
z(Is f it liat it would be practically
1to-ile h) st-ilre 'll as to ir
he ,bmildinl-2s. Ei-: rY lce1nt t ol.c i llrac
-: , ityv i, r w e to) Ihv I lm st to,
tlo cr of reinhi:r work. every mtani
t.act min 1 entrprise is likewise short
. hmabor es and tHie cIItrIyN at. large
s I IbISv that labo)rers oild not be
)'on111lht in Ir Inm elsewhere.
This searity of labor is most pro
"uIIced inl the inabiliy (of railroads
" C;aIV 41u1t Ici ne iceded improve
lIens. There is svarcely a railroad
ii the South that it not swamped with
misinless. Of corllise of tile leading
.ystems it miglit almost be said that
hOy are practically broken ldown
'rom inability to handle with any de
"IrVe of pmtness either passenger
Sllei-lit 1taffie. Many thouiinds
it' ears;, mnaay ituindreds of locomotives
IId many thoulsai's of miles of doub
e tracl are needed if the railroads
af the SouthI are in'anyv way whatever'
itmeaisure up to4 thle growing business
iheadl of them.
"Sc rapidl hats beeni the growthI ot
lie coal mining intdustry in the fields
if south Ieastearn Kent ucky, southwest
rnt Virgnia and nlorthecasteran Tennes
~ee tat operators are now confronted
withi the serious problem of scarcity
>f labor. Wit hin1 the past year many
ntiles of railroad have been construct
d' ini ihis mounatainous region, numt
'rouls undi(evelopted coal areas1 have,
'teen ophented anda( a great inicrease in
"oal tonnage has beeni registered.
P4rob)ably 100 ne0w Operations have
bteen stiartedl withlin the past year in
he region centierinig about the meet
in.g point Iof these St at es, and notwith
~tanidinig thle fact that several thon
andit( foreign labo(rer's have bieen
brog,ughlt iinto the mining eamps the
pa1st summtiter, the suplyl of minters is
(Given a fair' suppl y (of labor, the
irioIroads could inerenase t.heir facili
lies to) such ani extenut as to be able to
handle business, bu11t to. do t his not
simply millions, buit, telns of millions
piossibly so me hunidredls of millions,
mst he expend(edl before t he railroads
It t he centiral South can bilegini to
'atela up with the development and
inc(rease of travel and traffic through
mit that section. Given the same fair
mupply of labor, it is entirely possible
for' thle South to increase the cona
<umtiont of cottont in its own mills
500,000 b)ales next yeair and steadily
3xpand11( this industry far more rap)id
y than it has donie duritig the p)ast.
Why They Did It.
Twvo old friends on the street, ek
nig armis, strolled slowly along lis
mussing various topics. Personal ones
vere tquehed upon at last, and aftei'
xchanging fAmily solicitudes for sev
rnal moments the judge asked the ma
''And (lear c:d Min. - your aunt?
she must be rather feeble now. Tell
no how is shte?"'
''Burii'd her yesterday,'' said the
"Buried her? Dear me, d6ar n 1 I
the good old lady dead?"
'' Yes' that's why we buried her,'
said the inajoX--HioustonI Post.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COURT OF PROBATE.
J. W. Peterson as administrator o
the estate of Mrs. N. M. Speer, do
ceased, and in his own right
Thomas E. Peterson et al-, Plain
Jessie L. Peterson, Defendant.
Complaint to sell land in aid o
personalty to pay debts, etc.
Pursuant to a decree of the Cour
in the above stated cause, -I will sel
at public outcry, to the highest bidde:
at Newberry C. A., S. C., (,n salesda:
in November, 1906, being the 5th da)
of the month, during the legal hour.
for such sales, the following describe<
tract of land, situate in Newberr)
County in said state, and being the
tract of which the late Mrs. N. M
Speer died seized and possessed,'tc
wit: all that tract containing sixty
(68 46-100) eight and forty-six one
hiundredths acres, more or less, bound.
L-d now, or formerly by land of Mrs
Chupp W. Abrams, Jesse Senn and
Athiers. A mnore full description of
which will appear by reference to a
Ilat of the samo made by F. Weber
Jr., Deputy surveyor on Noveibei
Terms of sale. Cash-Purchaser tc
ay for papers-If the terms of salk
ire not complied with the land will
)c resold at the risk of the first pur
-.haser, on the same or some subse
Iuent salesday, upon same terms.
0. G. Thompson,
Judge of Probate, Laurens County,
SALE OF REAL ESATE.
The undersigned will sell at public
mtery at Newberry Court I-ouse oi
;aesday, 5th day of November, next,
luriig- legal hours of sale, the follow
ng descri)ed lands in he Town of
\ewherry. S. C., viz: All that lot of
and C4tainiil one and twelnty-six
m111dredtis aceS Ilore or less hound
.d hY 141ts (, eo. S. Mower. C. J.
Pitreell and Mrs. M. P. Livingstor
md by Main and Harrington streets)
>cing the real estate of The Carolina
Uifg. Company. This property mnay
)e sold in lots and if so plats of
;aine will be on file with the under
ined on and after October 26th,
Terms of sale: One-third of purchase
noney in cash, and the remainder ir
,wo equal instalments payable in one
indi two years with interest from day
if sale at eight per cent until paid, tc
>e secured by the promissory notes of
pmrchaser and a mortgage of pre
nises sold. Purchaser to pay foi
ill papers and recording.
By order of Board of Directors.
James A. Burton,
President & Treasurer.
NOTICE oF ELECTION.
3TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OP NEWBERRY.
Notice is hereby given that th<
leneral Election for Representativ<
n Congress will be held at the voting
ireeinets fixed bmy law in thp Count)
>f Newberry on Tuesday, Novembci
j, 1906, said (lay being Tuesday fol
owing the first Monday; as prescrib
id by law.
T1hme qualifications for suffragei
uire as follows:
Residence ini State for twvo years
ni the County one year, in the polling
precinet in wvhich the elecor offeri
0 vote, four months, andl the. paymeni
ix months, and the payment sia
dx months before any election of any
)oll tax then due andl payable. Pro
hidhed, That ministers in charge of am:
org~an izedl clhurch and1( teachers ci
public schools shall be entitled tt
vote after six months' residence ir
lie State, otherwise qualified.
RIegisrationi.-Payment of all
taxes, including poll tax, assessed
11d( collectable (luring the previour
vear. The product ion of a certificate
>r the receipt of the Officer authoriz
d to collect such taxes shall be con
ilusive piroof of the payment thereof,
Before the hour fixed for opening
thie polls managers and clerks must
Lake and subscribe to the Constita
tional oath. The Chairman of the
Board of Managers can admninisten
the oathI to the other Managers and
to the Clerk; a Notary Public must
udduiister the oath to Chairman. The
NTanagers elect their Chairman and
Polls at each voting place must be
>penied at 7 o 'clock a. m. and closed
it 4 o'clock p. mn., except in the City
f Charleston, where they shall be
>pened at 7 a. mn. and closed at 6 p.
The Managers have the power to
fill a vacancy; and' if none of the
MIanagers attend the citizens can alp.
>omnt, from among the qualified vot
ars, the Managers who .ae bln,.
There Is real enjoymen
SCHNAPPS tobacco. -
has won miRions of ci
year, until now rnore Is
SCHNAPPS, the most
- tct of the Reynolds fact<
is manufactured by the clea
healthful processes ever d4
the direction cf men who h,
chewing tc acco bu:e s
a~nd who have Xa:~3:c.I e
noi&s Tobac-c C.o: -\.y n
O-qy choi-e * el:: ons i
ca laf ar_C d c
.c:gert testa. prove Lat t
tobacco requires and talz
amount of sweetening th
kind of tobacco grown-ar
a wholesome, stimulating a
effect on chewers, beside:
There are a great man
claiming to be " just as
R. J. REYNOLDS
sworn, can conduct. the election.
At the elose of the olection, the
Manlager. and Clerk mliust proceed
publicly to openl tle ballot boxes and
cou thi e hallots IIereil, ad con
tinue without adj1urment il il the
Samlie is comlpletvdl,ald Iakea state
Ilenlt of' tile result l'or each of"ficv,
anld sign1 tle samie. Withinl tlreec
days thereaf.ter, ithe ChairIan of the
Board, or someone designated by the
Board, must deliver to L,he Commnis
sioners of Election the poll list, the
boxes coitaiiini the ballots and writ
ten statements of the result of the
Managers of Election.
.Tle following Managers of Election
have been appointed to hold the elee
tion at the various precinets in the
Newberry-J. Claude Dominiek, J.
W. Henderson, F. L. Paysinger.
West End-W. NI. Thomas, C. R.
Wesson, E. L. Rodlesperger.
Mollohon--I. T. Timmermnan, J. R.
Rivers, J. M. Swindler.
Helena-T. G. Williams, B. E. Jul
ian, Frank Spearman.
Garmany-T. B. Leitzsey, Jno. S.
Ruff, J. L. Mayer.
Mt, Bethel-S. J. Cromer, T. Jeff
Brown, M. R. Brooks.
-Glymphville-Mark Smith, JT. B.
Adams, H. S. Graham.
Maybinton-J. H. Maybin, J. J.
Thomas, W. B. Whitney.
Whitmire-Williamn Baker, J. S.
McCarley, R1. M. Aughtry.
Cromers Store-B. H. Caldwell, T1.
B. Carlisle, S. A. Jeter.
Jalapa-S. M. Duncan, J. A. Dom
iniek, John Swittenber~g.
Longshtors-W. H. Wallace, Jr..,
WV. 1L. Golden, J. WV. Wilson.
Williams-J. L. Connelly, WV. L.
Andrews, John B. Scurry.
Utopia-J. RI. Paysinger, W A.
Davenport, Dudley H-awkins.4
Prosp)erity-F. E. S.chumpe~)rt, L.
C. Merchant, N. E. Traylor.
Hendrix Mill-J. C. Turner, P. B.
Singley, H. L. Kempson.
Slighs-J. B. Kemnpson, J. Cai
Wise, 1L. J. Boozer..
Little Mountain-J. N. Feagle, A.
C. Wheeler, James Shealy.
Jolly Street.-B. B. Rikard, E. H.
Werts, John Wicker.
Central-J. C. Seybt, E. S. Shealy,
W. HI. Kibler.
Pomaria-Hl. F. Counts, G. J. WiI
son, Q. B. Aull.t
Union-M. 12. Strauss, Jack Day, ~
T. J. Wilson..
Walton-R. L. Crooks, W. B. Gra
ham, B. M. Suber.
St. Philips-Benj. Halfacre, D. A.
Ruff, M. L,. Wicker.
The Managers at each precinct
named above are requested to dele- i
gate one of their number to secure the t
box and,. blanks for the election onm t
and after Saturday, November -3, t
1900, at the offitte of Fred. H. Dom- t
inick, Law Range.
B. B. Lietzsey, Ch 'm 'n.i
J. D. Nance, a
WV. H. Sanders,
Commnissioners of Federal Election a
for Newberry County, St o.I
t In chewing ufactured in t
[hat's why it mont tobaccc
Lewers everY as producing
sold thman a
popular prod-. introduced a
>ries, i3 maya- ing of tobacc
"loan, Pure i
vised, under uInea CHN t
we made the on the tag,
al life study, S-c-h-n-a-p-p
.e R. J. Rey. of-C-HNA.i
ne L1'75. 'ettle o
thorough!v t J
APPS, and SCHNAPP3
23 clazs cf d
,s a smaer nods b.-and
,n any other one fiscd ye
id that it has s-v and a quar
Ad satisfying third ofthe ent
i being the in the United
r imitations SCHNAPP
good " as where in 5c. ci
i TOBACCO CO., Winst
Fixini.- the Rate and prescribing
Lhe Time for the Payment of Town
Taxes for the fiscal year 1906.
B1E IT lM.AINE) by the Mayor
uld the Aldermein of thie Town or
owe vI)rry, S. C., inl colneil assembled
.id by autliority of the same:
That for the purpose of raising a
reveue and in the exercise of the
.axing. power of said Town. the fol
owing taxes are hereby levied for the
fiscal year ending December 31sr
1.906, upon all real and personal pro
ierty within the corporate limits of
,aid Town (except such as is exempt
rom taxation under the Constitution
and laws of this state) upon the val
iation thereof as assessed for taxa
ion for the county and state purposes
Section 1. That a tax of Sixty cents
>n each one hundred dollars worth
>f real and personal property within
he corporate limits of the Towvn of
ewberry, in the State of South Car
lina (Except such as is exempt from
axation under the constitution and
aws of this State) is hereby levied.
~or thie purpose of raising a revenue
.o defray the ordinary expense of
aid Town for the fiscal year ending
)eeember 31st, 1906.
Section IT. That a tax of threo,
ourth of a mill on each dollar's
vorthi of real and personal property
vithmi the corporate limits of the
['own of Newberry (except such as is
xempt from taxation 'inder the Con
ititution and. laws o1 a state) is
lereb)y levied for the purpose. "s
ng a revenue to defray the bonded
ndebtedness of sanid Town for the
Section III. That a tax of two and
Shalf mills on eh dollar's worth of
eal and personal property within the
orporate limits of the Town of Newv
erry (except such as is exemnt from
axation under the Constitu.t 'o and
aws of this state) is hereby leived
o-: the purpose of raising a revenue
o pay the interest on and create a
inking fund for the bonded indebted
mess of said Towna for the water
vorks and electric lights plant.
Section IV. That a tax of one mill
n each dollar's worth of real and
>ersonal property within the corpor
to limits of the Town of 14ewvberry
except such as is exempt from taxa
ion under the constitution And laws
f this state)'is hereby levied for the
murpose of raising a revenue to pay
lhe mnterest on the bonded indebted
Less of said Town for the sewerage
Section V. That all taxes herein
mposed or levied shall be paid to
he said Town in l&wful money of
he United States, between the fif
eenth day of October, 1906, and fif
eenth day of November, 1.906, and a
enalty of ten per cent is hereby
nposed upon, and shall be added to,
11 Law ina arrears,
Section VI. That the excution is
ue according to law for the collection
f all taxes fines or penalties past due
Tuesauyt vetoner ,jVP 1VVQ.,
he very heart of the r4ed.
> belt, known to the world
tobacco with an aroma
and appetizing that it
A popularized the 9hew
but there 13 only one genv
P S. Be sure the letters
md under the tag, spell
,. There are more pounds
'S chewed every year than
2nt cf all similar kinds.
,enue statistics show that
and others cf the Rey.
won enough chewers in
.r tj make a net gain of
ter million pounds, or one
ire increased consumption
States on chewing and
S is made and sold every
its and 10 and 15c. plugs.
on-Salem, N. C.
aId unpaid for fifteen days, and cost
of said execution.
Doic and ratified under the cor
porate seal of the Town of Newberry,
in the State of South Carolina, this
the third day of October A. D. 1900.
Attest: A. T. Brown,
Eu. S. Werts, Mayor.
Clerk and Treas.
LAND FOR SALE.
As agent f6r the heirs-at-law of
John McCullough, deceased, I will
sell the following named lands of said
deceased at public outcry befo e the
court house in Newberry on saleday
in November, if not previously sold
at private sale.
The tract known as the 'Pugh
Place," containing one hundred and
six and one-third (106 1-3) acres
heunded by lads of John Cousins,
B. C. Matthews and A. G. Wise.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for
Persons desiring to treat for these
lands at private sale can see me any
time at Newberry.
James W. Ellesor,
Agent for heirs-at-law of John
FEE o"su""erers fron
Kidney, Liver and
Bladder Troubles! Other muanufactur-.
ers say ''buy a bottle and if it doesn't
eure we will refund your mnoney.'' We
say ''take a full $1.00 size FREE bot
tle of UVA SOL and if it benefits
you, then use UVA SOL until cured.''
This advertisement entitles you to a
bottle of UJVA SOL at
A. J. Hlolt, Whitmire, S. C.
.Only a limited number of bottles
given away. Don't miss this oppor
tunity to test. T v o
the contract for
your new build- .9
ing see W. T. Liv$
Lock Box No. 59,