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E. H. AULL. EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry. S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Friday, March 22, 1907.
THE SOUTH'S DANGER.
A few issues back %as printed an
article from Mr. Pldmoids, of thei1
Mamifaotturer's liecord, entitled
''vThe sot's Prosperity is its Dan
It. was at very thou.ghtful article,
and we trust Ihat it was read by our
subscriber-4 very g-enlerally. InI this
C0lio eetioll we desire b) tIote an1 edi
torial fr1ioml) lite Aiiersoni IailyA Mail,
whicli was hiol-lit oilt by IIe publi
eation (of Ithe art-ile of MIr. Il-dimonds.
The iferal and News adds its (iln
dorsemienilt it) what Ilie 3ail sayvs so
well in re-'al lo ibis ar-iele.
Th'le I endenc I f t ,1he :.mithI is, as
wvell as elsewlere. too Imiel lowards
C"ommen- il and it is verv I ruIt
that there is fr-t-va 41:m11-eri 1to the civ
ilizatioll aml Ithe tit iz,Iensliip of I I
'.1 htl it t a: t I b:1 we a '4' i1 v
CCImIIIIIIulat in- w ea l Ifr. o tim-i Itha
fact, will abImly ovelk tlie heI
thr :il the hi her 'hinis tt life and
esv eviall * X tIhose ib inqf.s, which ha1.1ve
111ale t he eivilzat ion of' I te s ut h a
dist iel e ivilizat Iion.
The followit)". are lthle coiimeits of
the IDailY Mail. on this article of Mr.
11ha1- onle of, Ihe "reatl dan11 ers 1)lo the
sonth is its preseit and fItire pros
'' II ur aeeIImliat ion iot wealt II. le
sa Ws, we ar- liablte to lose si--bi of
I the greater and 'bete ((I.Ihinl'-s (1f 1ife*.
"rindepn-111vim-4. and4 S11 ile- f I
barn helr h i flilits tit, h.ie nlwavs
bll-vn Ihe hvallin.- :1114 bost inatits fi
s[)ullhernl pe"Iple. vvell ill 111.ir ,n
i-I advisilies. Nmw. wi inied
1'l ili ns vt I be l i Ii l . I I I lie
ln.ymlwnl 41f rice" WO 111.y V e ir
lll 'a11in1' 1 in V4 v liotII tI!1 a l
111 i di our h y t (I rlv esi im1l
I h t iill h ar il lie' tiltedir (brlteritai
" ' . l:d itnil emphasiz 4 wh iml
1111rve -I' the rl kind ,I' cilm
lim hld 111v a 1al It 142 Ie
littn it. h 'yo n n ti f | t's lt
'ni'r It l 0i:1t them let th positiois
tla will hv t' to v b lde ihli t he. Inlvm
il , rla vs plas iilIiti ts , \',. .atIv
wvil b e hilld bY Young. menvI who4 arv
bvin'.-. vdi tiv d-1 vlsewher. o;I ur t
IwVln y tn1 t lIn' wi I ml til I have n11i 1 )i,- in
(ti I.4 tn11 elit iif 1 1 i i I t hi-t( smi t ht iln
t he u it- lil!.
" I Il ( l ) m ii, ph' l lit m I 1 I t(
rII l ew. : sh I Ihe h ln.t h - hvi I lie
or l(' r fo Se.'ee (' t her ,lion, te orI
nbi 'e jand wothe l)'oe ti'ytoid
forl the sothl1 wlnt hee n.olly ne1'
dlen enll l rler eh -to
a h 1ay 1. hvd te pm.l 4 iize
ihe aonthin beiee: tha tmetimeri.
Theyk o mtar hetll <h-ilnom.
c. i 1l e. n it w l w y o s ie livell
and ~ eintoy re-ht.'' so
14 us (hat this is starting at the I
in lte first place, Ilere is )not the
.1,1pulat.1ionl that Would ulse a1 road of
Ithis kinl(I to Warrant the one that is
pr-4opoed to be built from Charleston
to Orangeburg. It is different4 in.
lie Piedmont sectioln, Where there are
IMem1IS cottoll mills and quite a
nu her of' lO Centers of poplIit ion,
w(I would use the road if it were
built in this section.
WVv hope. however, that the- Pu,1blic
Servic(e 011-porpoation is Iot simIply a
pronoter, hu that it has back of it
snlicient strengtlh to get the propos
ed line in operation in tile not far
If Ihis company would go to work
first and build a' road from Saluda
fi inslance, across the Coutntry to
Newberry, Whitirio and Union,
which wold go through a section
which is greatly iin Ieed of railroad
facilities, andIl use tiis as a nucleus
I'mo extendinl'. its lines, there would be
nite r'astin to hope that something
Ian-i Te woul renilt frin file agi
T1Tlll,var plenltv of -.ood water
powers il this set',Iion, 'whicl otld
he utilized to fllriiisl the power
Vir a line oIf' this kiiti to be sue
tssfuihlly op Jate. it seerns to us
that il wihl be Iees11Ys to secure
lte loliratinl.ug pmwer at a iiiniinum
f to t, whieb call only be done by
Inila.e11ssilin. sonie (f tilie niagn ifivent
water power in this section of the
BUTTER' UNDERSTANDING '
'resident 'W. W. Finley, of the it
utheIni railroad, delivered Jiln ad- a
dres., in ll 1anta ()n Tu'lesday n it
wh11iili icon I aits a1 reat deal of very b
)I Id, hardn common)11 st-nsc. in 1'.14, 1
i sveluns tI u s thIIat I Pre's id n I ile It I I IIvv
. (iv ll to saini sensible Ihinis in c:
A ll ile p1lblic 11 triancslwhih we h1
1*14 )111 fr1m1hi1. V,
i l'ii king 1i m a i spor it'a i h
1r-Obh-ml, he vcr r uly -1v . s : "Thle ti
'r; 1 p .r1ai"1n probl 111114)lo he
,i lved in imtjuice itrt pa'I ;ssiiim ori anyi
.il e1tilict of1 INI.-snitionsM
hal sil-riii l i. i, juIIst s(lution I1
vAlks ko mlldenril in,1 a d juI stc I n
Ih l it f ,*1icw peI."ple and11 .1 I'VII In
m-i shatte anld natiinial governiliilts c
andtl tIhe railroads.''
This is vvry Irne. No pridblem,.
:i-va (w smll.,ian hv pro1pery\ :.eI
Ilvd ill pretitlice fitr pn' sifl .n an id we
141( 4fte1141n uilert ake to settle It I Ise
mw blvill. hv inwisv .1 1 linjitsi le
It 'evims to - nu h t President Fill
IYs p licyv. (ice Ilw- h h im' e the
hAdV 10f th S41hern1 iailway has
b1itl a e hvi ler u n vii rst Int unin,
I wt1wvn l v tIe pol l :114 hOe railrmids,
:1ndi il, Ih (tIll n inelid ill iar y i t
ihis pt li. e enve n to bIe V enust
-ed'at i 1111a unjut it winfll. gria'
iInSt anter parik t ohis \tlant ad--lTh
''Th evntns di the ec'1lnc'ilonoi' egisi
naJtion hat the sth Jiod a i that itn
hepl--t e w her andus there5, hint
For. baful tante peiof heise
roadonsrcin theas nttsed,lbu
(Th ee is a muc neDistrn.
conagm M a-n chow ine hap
offim cl beivcourt-htos u intet
mWra buyran srpporo n,h pub
bingahee e wi as yo ralraen-CO
So nglcding youadres bu.sin
eysmad, profit, wp e ainflr e
rnad on 1111 Gattstl
1 r(gutlate not only corporat,6)li but,
he coutondut oi l(dividuals4
'President tendencies 'inl Akae lo
-a1litie, are.c toward uritidrngt
-'uliate all the d9tAils of the 'busi
less of I ranisporta-tion by rail, by
tatute law, regardless of whether or
tot the statutes come into 0of1flict
wvith tile illnutalble laws of econlo
nies and (if trade. This is n9t a,new
>roposition. and lessons as to t1le fu
ility of attempting it may be lear'n
(l from tlihe history of bie p4st. Ever
inve the day when King Counte
;tood up1jonl tle coasts of Britain, and
'orbade the tide to- rise tfiere have
)ci men who have believed that the
aws of nature and of economies
'ou1ld be repealed or modifIed by leg
slative aets. Attempts have been
nade to fix by law the prices of coin
nodities and (ie wages of labor and
o lweserib)e impossible conditions for
lie conducet of business, but every
me attempt has ended in failure,
mId the faiiire has generally been at
4Ided wit h consequences more dis
Istrouls thanl the wett-in"g of bie royal
-fhes that fc11owed King 'Canite's
1ianida t' o t lie tide.
"(he woii inl Conclusion. It has
VCOme p 1pular to discredit the pur
s 01, le railriad maInager. When
ver lie ann111ounlevs a policy intendedd
r) iiprov Ilie rI'laions between iIte F
arriers4 and Ilhe jilubflic and found
poi )roiad and just principles, thlere
Ire tliose who (Illestionl his silcerity.
ni effort is Illade to make him Ia
lin.". apart from the good and patri4
, men of tle coiuitinity. I appeal
ainst such a Seni.inent to the sensei
right and justice of the American
('o(lle. We. who are sti-iving to
tiprove Conditions and to perforn
ell ourn pubhliv (ltfies, 1must be ,(I- A
itevd to your confidence and IIp
Ild by your encoulra.gement. Th Ie
sk at best is hard. The condition,
at sitrl I-rolld lis a i.e most t ryin.. \eV J
Ill (nly,N sicweed it' the sincerity' and
liest v (if our jultIIoses ai'e i,eeog1,i7.
I bY the people m11111 wve are 11i111
v t 11ilr wen rlills avor ianid vo-o1wra
It is 1llineed lhat the tim' f M
wel ill te' State Press Ass-ia
Im hs beel fixed 1f'r. June, at the
Sh' o P1almZ. At tie Iectin -n I
Ie scac'tIst last Smiller it wNa, d'- d
ided t) retirn there inl 1907, bit it s
< utr impredin that tile neeting t
nll 1)v held 1wrin teil Nttio s
,(dlhltz enr tesi, vliil will be pII ed 2
,' il Charlest;)n1 ill May. ('ouldn't
liarleston Intake eare of tle pressmen
It41 the.rifle le at the saie. timte? ,
ht(),v' of .us% who Iltlede tile meet
i: la.t siuliller have a o pleas
ut Ive(Ollveti11*1 of the fihwe ('11tlfrtiin
mill wiihl was provided .fir the ed
m-rs lv itt lihspitable Germian Clu.
T'he Irotihle that conrionot-i the ex
entive 'onimittee was w te exclent
are' wich tl Ihe people (I o 'hrlston
na especiatlly' the (Germans ivould
ake of thle Press Associat ion and
I wats 't feare tile mietibers of the
ssoeia tion would f'orQet therc'e was a
're(ss A ssoc'iatIionl. The idea is to(
et t wo t rips to Chiarlest on. due in
lay wh1en thle G)ermflan fest is oni and
nothier in Junie w~hien thle Tsle of
'alms hotel is opien and thle wa ter is
'almy. Don 't you se thle pointt.
The Herald anid News pinits again
n this issue the act of the legislature
ri'ovidlingi fo' he elect ion on thle' ques
inn1 Of dlevolving the dti es df the
(4mm11issioniers of publie' works upl jonl
Youi ca'ii t convinc(e a womna.l that .
bargain is a b)argain unless she gets
ason we will sell the
,but superior, for only
ubtless appeal to you.
ibutor a $10.00,
>r $8. 50.'
>n all Hardware, and
-est will be impr6ved
(if you have any kind.,
8s on cash basis and
6ity Opera House,
Ea;rhardt & 'Wells,: gs.
Mon IVay I ayi 215
[HE LYMAN TWINS
And a big Company of
n the Funniest of all Musi
cal Farce Comedjes
The Big Fun Show
Pr6tty Girls, Gorgeous Set
tings, Catchy Music, Elab
orate Costumes and a
lOST OF FUNNY COMEDIANS
Don't Miss It.
Prices $1.00, 75, 50 & 25c.
.ast Attraction of this Season
ruesday, March 26
leturn engagement of the play
iat has made the people talk.
Story of the . Hardscrabble
Folks, by the author of
'he Old Homestead
OSEPH CONYERS OANL CAST
No Advance in Prices.
It's Up to You, Obadiahl"
M.ices ao. to ml..eo.
$150 PER MONTH
Why wor( for a mere living when
)n ean easily elear $7 profit on each
ollar. Work in your own locality.
ells at alost every home over and
ver again. Plan and complete in
truction by return mail for 25 cents
,ddre.s. J. F. Clark, Conway,'Ark.
L 0OS I\h
3ot for the Spr
find our store i
3o we decided to cut oi
iumerous lines. This
Ne need the room, ar
ng not Included in this
3elow we mention a fe
148 Men's. Fancy Wc
lil0.50 and $11.50
242 Men's Fancy W4
oost $9.50 and $10 .
Oelot Blue-Serge, v
This -is a good char
save the freight.
We handle such m
others different from c
Fund money ori clothin
Remember this sale
every suit is sold, wl
in Newberry County.
WANTED--5 or 6 m
NOTIOE OOUNTY BOARD OF
The C'ouinty Board og Equalization
will meet at the county auditor's of
-Oce on Tuesday, Marh 20th, 1907, to
hear all appeals from the valuations
and assessments fixed by the town
and township board& of assessors.
The county board of equalization is
composed of the chairmen of the dif
ferent town and township-boards of
assessors. Each member is required
to be present.
W. W. Cromer,
Auditor Nwberry County.
3-19 2t 2taw.
fords, all si,
at all i
We can fit al
N EW CI
ing and Summer
7oom is too sms
of Dry Goods, I
otions, and CLOT
Lit the cloth ihg to give rr
is not a fake scheme
hd must have it, odd pan
and Youths' Su
rsted Suits, sold-for $ 1 6
->rsted Blue Serge, etc.,
/ell made, sold for $10 3
ice for merchants -to y
akes as Griffon Brand
>ur custom in.other dep;
g unless understood at t
ile we have enough clol
If you come first you ar
an or boys. Apply at th
st Store in
V' I M iL U I VULUI I -- I
Norfolk, Va., 2-20-07.
Mr. Chas. M. Stieff,
It gives mp pleasure to infrom you
that the Board of Governors of the
Jamestown Exposition Company, act
iig on the recom'mendation of the
Bureau of Muic, after inVestigation
of pianos of the highest grade, have
selected the Stieff Piano as the offi
cial piano of our exposition. We will
require a number of your concert
C. Brooks Johnston,
Chdirman, Board of Goverrors.
line of Ox
the Stock is
I feet, narrow
ill for Our im
tore room for our other
to get you in our store.
ts and children's cloth
its at Cost.
ancd $18.50, cost price
~old for $1.3 50 and $15,
Lnd $1 l, cost $7.50.
>ick up lots at cost an~
,, Gilifsy Shields, and~
artments. We wont re-~
ime of sale,
March 23, and last tilt:
hing for half the people
d sure to find your size,J
a Bee Hive.
B ?t& a-e