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"THE WOMAN SOUL LEADETH
US UPWARD AND ON.
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orchestra are absolutely perfect, ow
ing, probably, to the fine quality ol
the conductors as well as of the mus
icians, who are all of them artists o:
their respeot-ive iintriuneitst and ow
ing, too, to the innumerable rohear
sals. A musicfian wviho plays at Bay
reuth every year, and who is also a
member of the Danirosch Orcliestra
told me "that there would be twenty
to thirty reliearsals at Bayreuth to
one here inl this cotiutry.
The cliortes, Composed of tie
Elsms and Lollengrinls of tle silialler
Gerniat lentires, are mnagnifient (too,
finer 11han I have Ie. I leiml anv
where sele. Now all tilese peopile,
lowever snaill and dIistic hIle vm
be in Olir Irivate lil'e-they, too,
seelni to tilrow (tT llhvil' ille'itier sel
Ves il1ivi' I le pIT (I'Ilivce aind he
01li,e Ill-1n,11iol., parts in the great
11lii.1sii 1 i tle whole.
Simple and Dignified.
There is a sihioplicity :nil a 11 in ii
uh lit al it' ibi ii I lie nnin 1 iln ai
i u. iLs 'ii t' jo i to-..' i l It mvil S;lie,
Sliit i ' M irjoi I :ic' c Ili- h e li g .
l'li\ 'e i' v. :i a . S is- alled it[:r. i tI
111i.h 11nm- lill w with special deli.I,
Uts wlIlo are l\ill11 ille 4-I)IIIIN )'yo
Star ;tl . i t it. lii l w t illi il il i -
po|aindl ila.ll1i.--iV S11IT01 ill.-inS.
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hai 'l:teuile 'I- n iriti ilitits wI l
tl' l 1;11 ' l 1 l. 1 il i Iiest vi(Ililljsl
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i :ljiiial lilii l I i~ ll w i I i aii rt1
1Itlih, ,-. nlt 11Ii f er . Te (.1rt-ainl is
ltI V l -ed' e;11 let l '1. i . i ille I -e;
] e1 i'aTY '1111-.\ ' ive
Scenlic efferi, w.-mil, :1, lilt. I1..1 S(.(Il,
i ll i le it 11 - t al a 111;;-11,% \\ ' 'lI
ea ll, ill' a r I le villoi i t .
it vller , ili~uii is llt his in
IIi vt'l is hi t It't l il1olly v w ihii t
Iltile -.a litltim-. back.gr1 wilt ahv ayvs
for Ille worbd 41of .i 11y :-ollmv.w ho>li
eslli ni I s l'l. linssitll ;11li 4i nc( . ill
BAll ,r lou Aga ins
pt'e ivie ct Ii m I a mw-ill I ) 1,
alelitw n jiret' ( lea le i ;1I;lit' Si en t Ii
this 11part- h' the .rt1r1 iis--tvali th t thtl
pielht-'e wtille illwitti ls (II) ) ;I lrv sus
.1id o t ve ~iIn. 14t Ii .'i~rs iacesu~
edn1l e i in l eilt t i i''Mi.X l nii
o led Ile vil;ilt1111 fallv i l I the
last st-vne .1f the "h'hivinl-obl.' , het(
sinel WhIent, lte rainbhimw, Ite brid
of the Mis, ispi1t- the wa. wi
Walailb I thl11 dtI ol the l.re
hal In e sin Ii Nhnv w s .
in - : n w i s- I l lm I aboutImI
cin S . iew 111'1 the n i Io ina Ieo.
ren in te qalestoy beenb mt mll
o th pitt ae Co there CotIher
Io n . A n a in t tn e k n e w
theuinso r:ithn. a rt rgl
Tioe lawnwangfiledlinarts offine agre
whaole, the Narhgole Cattnofoetry;
pai' S.Lis Relilte, Ca ny.eedb
The r; moger. in ermo pmuicoanl
, lins of 1b- grnspiridto--ride is
Wanr h-a fa0-a oko
r . as h at in d i?
Looin- haka yexeinea
(he ''Jim Crow'' cars of the railwa;
named after payiig a ''first-clas
fare.'' The petitioner alleges that un
der the provisions of the railroad rat,
rogilation law negro passengers ar,
entitled to the same rights and pri
vileges in interstate travel as whit
passengers. Therefore she asks thi
Commission to make an order con
pelling thq railways of the south t<
abandon "Jim Crow'' ears on inter
state trains. This suit presents i
serious question to" the south. In th4
first place it brings about a conflic
bet ween state and Federal authoritie
arid, inl the second place, the safety oJ
white women traveling alone on rail.
way trails is Ilenaced by the possi
biliky of tle F'e(leral Government com.
pelfing the railroll(s to allow negr(
passelgers to ride il Coaces occupie<I
bY wvhife people.
(in '111:11-ela flini, posilmiaster-Genl
era O'rlelyoul ii.- iiued an order t.hat
I,iuIi.l h. railenis Southern Imail fil.
vilities. hle(, order provi(des that in
wei-Ohinl le mails the num1111ber. of
lons varried shall be divid(led by thte
11mnb111w)i of, .orkilng days. The mails
a.e I'll i" he wiihed (n Stindbys,
1 I he railw s v will .eeive ni ) pay
1"'r mlail, v.1rried (,n thnatcday. There
IIve, whln tile order bevomlies Opera
live Sunday mails in' the South will
have to be Idis(niniiud. This will
iiean a serious Irawhack to the busi
l'55 initrvsts of that setin0. Tie
S ut111hI is a11111 fil tonly .-eCtionl of tlhe
41f1untr1y Imvinlgi- SIliolaY mails, arid
Sq'u11h11rn men ill \Vash.4inl.-on believe
111I lit 41ndhe ner 41 fit, l'te ostiaster-fjei
41r,;l wa4 nimewd dfirectly aM Souithernl
Jamestown Exposition Police Do
partment, Strong and Well
N, Ilk. Va.. 11.1larch 1-1.--Theu
.1m1w E-xposit ion) pIlive dlepart
111,1t 444m:.ist s 41f 100 Imlen with head
4:,111rs I)nI fle 1-1ormils. Captailn 11.
W. Carpnter of the Inited States
ainUw ('41r-ps. speciallY assi.Ied, is
("111n11MIldnt :ll n11 C.1ptainl 1.1.0. Call
*fl. frnllwrlv Il thv armV. with a I
Iol'1 I the I ilillil(s, is adIjitallt.
Teim 'rc ihiwndes a Secret service, i
de,14.11.1cive b1tream and a Iinif, ried pat
rIl]. ''l ae i.s part f'ool. part
111141 eill ai 111part assi-ied to vater,
lIifron service tile hitter being provid
edl with lainiches. The -uniard is in
der-1 mlilitaryN dlisciplinle and(I its unli
l'orm is oi militarv character. gray
wiIh re ( irinings, inehlini sholdlf
4ri sir11ls ill red a. nd11 stripe. 41ownl i the
Ilml*o the touse.r, 11f lthe samei col
I. Te Its are oT f t he l11se elit
:mri1l helIlt wit Ih sword is wolrn1, the
Iliinnled llell havil".. Ohe eavalrv sa
bre. find wear ridling brevelce- andI
patt'es. ral sichel haIs are woln1.
The jurisdfiction ofi thle oxvsit ex
Itends1 a1 mileho withu 11)1hIle gr.2ionids uni
der'' te art of1 1the V ri rin legisla tuire
uni4 4 offenrsl(0 arie t aken bef ote mag
sIr tii e's espec''ially apipoinlt ed and
hIohl1in' c'oiurt witini thIe g?r'onids, one0
by)' d.l;v 14 noter byv ighti. Cases
brouighIt beore4' Ihemr will r'eceive im
miiate1r4 at tent ion. Th'ie P~owhatamn
Iur iitll enf ~torcee the regu2rlationls of
lie e'xpo1sit ion comipany, pre
EARHARDT & WELLS, L
"THE CLANSMAN'S" R
A million and a half people ha'
A million and a half g eople we
Box Office records shattered ii
Fivle distinct and successful er
An all-Summer run in Chicagc
Record-breaking visits to ever
THE cavalry hor
and elect ric
.rur By THOMA
FrmIIis Two Fanmous Novels4 "The
A L withorder,
to pay excessive prices to speculate
DTIRECTiNM rOF nGn
serve the peace -andp ro
s perty and persons. Tl ytive
- force -has. been drawn froiu'
3 of many cities and the i de
3 tective agencies and Is th6ki-6' fa
- miliar with the world o f'; led
Iscrookdom." Criminajs o orts
are known to them and will t be
permitted to remain on the 'touids
nor in the vicinity of NorfolkIeon
Incinoiig trains and boatsi,iill be
watched at the exposition end,4nd in
addition it will be difficult fo; any
criminal known to the police" o.any
of the larger cities to get well start
ed on his way for the exposition vici
nity. Thus a crook leaAing New
York on a steamer bound for the
Tidewater Virginia would be'almost
sure to be "spotted'' before the ves
sel sailed. All of the towns near
Norfolk and all of the resorts to
which the eoiwds will flock are sinm
The secret service will be quite a
selrate brallch of the police and its
dltie'. will inelude "(abs' Ol vx
position matItters generally, as well as
llpoll tle pliee f'orce itself and its
imumer of plTorllill its duties.
How He Paid.
A vertainl leliber of the Pittsbur
Stock xichang-e has set his nephew
upl) ill business three times; but the
'Younllg m all lnks something cssen
tial to stcces-s ill the linle selected ror
him, and has failed with each effort.
When ie recentlY appeared before
the imele with his I'ih request, the
"Yout imuist learn to lean oin your
sell'. 1 canl'I earry you all my life. 1 '1l
tell you what I'll do. You owe me a
-rvat 4eal Ia the resilt of your lasi
failhtie. iPlteh ill on your own- hook
ani -o it alone till you pay off tho.e
debts. WIei yoli've done that, Ill
give you a eleck for what' tlwy
:111non1iut to. Such al experience will
4l) you Ilore -o,dI luau all the 111011evy
1 cou11141 vobll yo
'wo mlont1s later tlie leplew walk
ed in with every clailli reeeipted inl
I'till. amnd the llile was so delighted
Ilhat Ie gave the promised check.
"I[ow did you m lanalge it, I-o
wa Il' he asked, after an expres
sion (if comngratulation.
"[ borrowed the money,'' replied
No matter in what language Love
talks, we instantly understand.
, TO DRAW JURY.
No(i.e is hereby given, that we, the
undersigned Jury Commissioners for
Newherry County, S. C., will at the
ffice of tie Clerk of Court for said
County at nine o'clock A. M., March
13th., openly and publicly draw the
namiles of thirty-six men, who shall
serve as Petit Jurors at the Court of
Common Pleas which will convene at
Newberry Court House -Monday,
April 1st., 1907, and continue for one
,Jno. L. Epps,
W~mn. W. Cromer,
Jno. C. Goggans,
Ju ry Commissioner's for Newberry
Counity, S. C.
March 1st, 1907.
ESSEES AND MANAGERS.
SOUTH AND NORTH"
,e seen the play. '
re turned away. .
Severy part of the country.
Igagements in Ne.w York.
'principal city in the United
elected cast of forty principals,
of supernumeraries and a troop o
ecs, carloads of scenery, mechanical
L1eopard's Spots" anid "The Clansmland'
seats by mail, sendi'ng remittance
In this way you will avoid havin~
re, as was the case last season. ~
QAGE H. BRENN~AN.
#Always Use the]
ANDERSON PHOSPHATE ANI
Anderson, S. C.
Agents at All Statio
Moneg is ol No
IS OUR. AIM
We make friends of our custome
Transient trade is all right for a c
is tne foundation of a business. T
We sell for prices that attract th(
and our fair and Equare treatment I
of the statement that "'There-is no
had better try and get along withot
We have many customers who ha%
and all will tell you the
BEST PLACE T
O.' K[ ElI
Newberry s Great(
'Say,'' growled the first- hobo,
''why didn't yer go up ter dat big
house ani' git a handout?" ...
'' Why, I started er,'' replied the
other, hut. a minister-lookin' guy
0imeni a tip not ter. He sez. ''Turii
from yer present path; yer goin' ter You will save m
de dogs.' ''--Philadelphia Ledger, better roof
A Humane Appeal. Slate colored -c
ea sily laid-a
A humane citizen of Rtichmond, Ind, Spark, water, gi
Mr. U. D. Williams, 107 West Main St.' P?roof. Lasts Ion
says: "1 appeal to all persons with Don't take an im
wek uns otake Dr. King's New send for a free samp
Discovery, the only remedy* that has' , il-ira. cn
helped me and fully cornes up to the*'
proprietor's recommendation." Itsae
more lives than all otherthotad A PL
lung remedies put together. ~Used as a FR EE **
cough and cold cure the world over.
Cures asthma, bronchitis, croup, whoop -_________
ing .c.ougn, quinsy, hoarseness, and.
phthisic, stops hemorrhages of the
lungs and builds them up uaranteed
at W. E Pelham & Son's Drug Store. _
50c: and $1.00. Trial bottle free. -
Silence that should be broken for
friendship's sake is worse thani open
Health in the Canal Zone. B s
The high wages paid make it a migh-B
join the force of skilled workmen
needed to cotistruct the Punama Canal
Many ~are restrained however by the
fear of fevers and malaria. It is the
knowing ones-those who have used W
this fear, well knowmgn they are safe
from malarious Influence with Elec-I
tric Bitters on hand Cures blood
poison too, biliousness, weakness.and -
all stomach, liver and kidney troubles.
Guaranteed byW. E. Pelham & Son's________
''What a bore it all is!,,' cry the SECUIT
Butter flies, keepinig ontwvith obvious
gle. - , upplies I
The Touch That Heals. o a
Is the touch of Bucklen's Arnica Salv&e.FoSa
It's the happiest combination of Arnicn For Bui
flowers and healing balsams ever corn- Fr Bu
pounded. No mnatter how old the sore - or u
or fllcer is, this Salve will cure it. For - For Boi
bur~ns, scalds, cuts wounds or plsit's
an absolute cure. Guaranteed byV.E. (etOn
Peiham & Son's Druggists6c. e o eC
Those who make a sword of their SECl
tongue must expect to be cut occasion
- -ly _ _ _ _ _It will be the n
8ost and Pound., ed a Fur
and! noon to-day, a billiostatackAIi h
nisaand sick headachi, This ,loss
ocaioned byfinding at W.E? II.I
~Oi ~iiog~ite,store a bo De r.&
lGa wdn a o
Foo t SUPUR i ' r
ras an Clseed A, teed
oIty er U a o 6zat
for si' Pjnk7,
obanb oud U&In deeds
3estna Garden a F
is e nf th'O l arstin ths icount
, We re heAquarters for
.r.tW nd Clover s, Seedsm
Oat Ged Potatos, Cow
itir Fadmnn. os.
Wood's C64isoptve catalog
-sacsoes foullr fndrieds
uperstuctur, bu steAycso
bt'aa'whtwhaew re d Fr'
Seeds them. .aon othe iposea
ti customr tn wthis Country. Mailed
feee on request.e hrte for it
T. W. Wood & Sons, Soodsmen,
s and customers of our friends
uperstructure but steady custo
at's what we nave worked for.
most economical housekeepers,
ods them. Doing this we dispose
FrDendsh p in Busiress, iA man
t customers than without friends.
e traded here for the past20 years
D.TRADE IS AT
st Bargain Palace. ,
- ESTATE NOTIOE.
S bNotice is hereby given that I will
na . e r settlement of the personal
_M estate of K C. Switten berg, deceas
S " ed, in the PAobit Court for Newber
,ney and getb asn ry County, on the 23rd day of March,
byesngB sne s
M e 1.907, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
ntains no tar- and that I will immediately theraf
roofing kit free. ter apply for my final discharge.
Ei, heat and coldl CPrrditors of theg estate ar t ifie
And e oloocdkofitslalu
eans.of to mein ortMJsonen anccumer,tn
N'ha wNl 0u N or bre ta Hose.
LA BEST IESETC
JLANES N CAUTHRNTO
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