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K. H. AULL. EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
lerry. S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Friday, May 3, 1907.
PHILOSOPHY IN A PROBLEM.
The Washington Star' says:
"A Sout h iern woia i, the Imot her of
a Rhodes .tdlent at Oxford, writes
to file (ohnnhia, S. C., State respect
ing the recent winning of a litodes
Scholarship by a young negro from
Pennsylvania. 11er son anld she her
self are (isturbed about tle mIath-er,
and she asks l'or advice as to what.
the yoin.". mantI 'liould (1). lie is a
little inlclitlel to sitreilder his place
nil comne oine. Thle State advises
against s1 e a step in teris of the
sonude(hsl commilon senlse and symi
pht . It poilt, 41uht (he basis o41f, the
race feelini- in the S uth, of' whicl it
apprnive, t i ('X xplains Ilhe l 'ng
ish pokint f ) view and 1t n.is(lns
ror. t h t. It Is verv ceritainl 1 ha by
ri nii11 in ti :I Oxfl'il anl piitsitinl.
sidvi t will 'I T 1 11uffe il n h r b I l he
appwaroiwe Ilf tilheh akS11mdent fo
"Pennlsylvanio, n1411 vonitribilte anly inl
finenc towan elmn Illte pres
ot American views as to social eqiial
ity. Boh m 1otiiher and son would be
wise to take the State's excellent. ad
vice. A story was related Some (yearI's
ago of a young Southeriier, tile Sol
of a former Confderte soldier, who
upon gradluation from West I Point,
vIs Is.inI to a volorvl re1vimlet. Ile
wIs oineih1'l disfiheldo about it, and
his Inother a l his sister, takin.g ex
treme rottnd, advised hini to resiil
his eominissiott. As his father was
dad, Ihe yooi oiecr hougliht it best
upon so import:alt a matt(1'r to eon
still with aii older man, mad so told
his stoIrv to) Ionie of his father's
li i,ld wIhl,o . alo u1n1:1 f 'Inihl 1111 tho
SoThileri ;ih in the r. Civil to'r. I
t':her'nCs di rionmlsilwork hits hwoy,
d ;id: 'h-if . il ,nv hl.v. n 't
thinlk 4)n1, nng Thel conn1111rY has1
(ta411 olod %.s. :nl has .1a ri.hl t your
senv iTs. oill nre ar c : oit li., :nd (lll st
obeyv onlir.s. The weivroes aro citizens
toi atheonry w, a nd lihe toni
ielistmlent in tlie ariy.o your youn
post. and do your part owan making
the anl aws fit as possible for military
du(y; and if war comes-it isn't. io
eng no omp nny more between the
1e o ihis Uniol-yo fi-ht you
Ief fo all t.hey tre wortil. You don't
knoi-w It, buII we wore onl thle eve of
armi on alsinit ne.'ros for soldiers
oInelves whenl ilhe Co tnledoel atll
Volir I'ather wats a1 bravo man,11 anld
met the probilems d his taN areord
ill..t.Io his bost li'its. Thw.so pr(l blvmill s
- -slavol and seession l-are seot led.
yout vet th. problell of your dI'aY Il
n spirit as b11n-s as his .1 nd you111t '
bo all rilh1.' The Younm-, oafiveer siek,
a a'wiubSin,tul tis ather:ed his
s'itit r were t ('11 i NV o n ti 'Lt' the1
view on hiti ahed's fri et" o
11re ois a oupth Croli Ilniln whop isd
thetlt Prientismisse1d lhe fetrikeos
membr Sofhr tet Twen-i.fot ifan
tr lif iolred ldiers ftori t l '' noot
inlu " itfi r ownil l oe.' .\ml lif lthis
htec lalproperi iet ifietion.'tll idr
isna the vf:n- thai(' t whetoli soin1
ferlsin Davis, h Its a l so t i r o fth
'niteidi pla ts cr and prsidet of
thsie ionfeet't sotfate s mlien.t
Aol iithes o(h 1 (Caliiarn.wh
was eneistnd ait. i therewst:i
c~onmhid 'ita opan font negro s~old
i1rs, lie bin ased by al friender howt
he conh l ieiento, sneh asethen relied
itha' for advie, aistime he fat lik ea
ton l(Soulthernvis cenlman frue h toad
'iasundred negoes. aen his A.c and
I<tll ottl hrnely toobhs lvr sightet
To he eouoetemn undras te'
ce'101 prole reity oroug ll h a
is usuald ale'tet to visw it wth ssound
Thlis isa patly ttct'rt ad patas
bersiliiit :11 of Ge. r ington'e aily who':v
re ide ir~n Nw-hrry, pso fr1 lie Ilhe int
Cident' rei'te o eis to I lton.ut
Asot witet 1nderstan itl ithrwa talie
ofasinighi'nl ngo eimn
The state reuiionl ()I 'oni'ederatf.
veteranis will bie held in Columbia
next week. This is a delightful sea
son of the year to visit Coluniia and
all IIhe veleranls ilo Caln siould at
tend (Ihi,, revunionl.
Tle Ihisl leisliat u re it ppropria ted
$3500 towards defraying the expense
of the reunion.
The expense of attendance will be
very small. The railrtad fare from
Newberry is only about 85 eents.
''lhose personls, if tlhere are any,
whio are opposedl to (lhe buildling of
a n10w 11rt house anld the remkova
of it iron the public square, should
have business in the court house this
weIk. The rattling of walg,ons and
(lie noise oil lie outside lis been so
gieat ihat at times buisiness had to
Ie suspvde l, 111d at otier tiimes it'
wlas ver y dilieit for Ihe ofhicers or
th< jiry to hear anlytling.- that was
It seeis tlhut Teli Herald and News
wa-.Is ipsed ipon inl thev vommitiilica
ion, wiliclh was printed ando( wlielb
vas signed I. 1'. Ihleket.
\ve didI n1ot knlow 11. P . Ibhiel,
ill we knew Ihere were a1 gooI Ially
Diekets in the neighiborhIood of Wlit
1nin>. 11141 we prn-sinw-,l tlat tlhere
wa, snch a person as 11. P). Dcket.
We hiave ii(wired 1fron a number ot'
persons of that community an( they
all say Ohey do not know any one by
'I'liere was noOling, as we construed
it, tial was very objectionable in the
ar clive, hue we tilough-Ii we were
linting ii on lie atliority of some
one who lived in that colmmunity.
The artivle. wlicihi was printed in
'Tieslav's paper in replvy, was signed
Jalies 0. Shlte1, but it should have
bwen 'Jaimes O'Shiel, so we are inl
As stated ill Tilesa11's paper, The
lhirall and News ap;preciales the
11,l111 peop-l of, Vhitirife nd111( tle pro
gressivir Spiritwh h Im m--lrz
ol - Ilw n at that phi-l. - ip:1o illy
I'mun ihle : nf lH ai of \ r
W illim :1 (' man in dll i n1 the
Il- nin f ill ifloriIni-. evil l .f Ihis
poilit. The Olen n-laowry mill is mne
h t liesi lequhqippe( a111(l most mod
en mills in Ihe state. The baxnking
house and mill oliees is a very ihand
some building and would Ido credit
to any city in South Carolina.
PAST GAME IN SPARTANBURG.
Newberry Defeated Wofford Wednes
day--Neither Side Scored Until
the Seventh Inning.
SparitanhuN, A - 1 f-Ti ast
ill' b all llhis l aternI'on Ntwbvr
ry d Ve(feal'otei WolTord )Y a seore of
:3 to 0. Tle gaie stood nothing to
n1,hinv. . t til ev NV ethi innin, whle
ry Il line-up was Vowhllws
Suroneh, pitche1rr1; inf r1ighi9 t ield;
.\elIrn, ileft feld ; Wlessig, t centre)i5
W11 ford's line-u ws:Ofll I
ap ' witherr; Anesn,eth
Alle,. riit fie;l Mcead,thrdo base;
Iiland sho sop fohnrn fiwrst. bas
pilI(,ar. lef0 ailde.-Nes seand
'it'a hce wrrs ofei t W('frd'tsa testm
I'lnil to Newherrv. II Hi4tV Wofor 3; A
herr .';. c The secvil featurels of the
"anIi- wer ioiins 01111 by Stewar andeu i
the atit is sor ersnfr-\'
There was agrt~c intrest4 manIeiest
edi'h'is ae a I1't Newh'ter.tMrA
11.4 Moinitt r hed reporlst of the1
lame byinig adpot<ltemi
front io issrne.eti5 fteso
ThereIl was I a tlar'gwerw waichi ng.
the board fom wilhe beldnning(lid
ry sorietd thre inotheeeonh Tinniny,
Th111is) makesa'ti sbe teeni Nusinrry
smay cormn fo' the penet eag.
team having played six Cgaes and
.\nt aditurne meeitin of thetck-- u
andti)i tLcan wee will howa then
t oiduuerI i .the t adopaion.o By-Laws
bs my comwe beo.etemeig
United Confederate Vetreans Reun
ion of South Carolina, Columbia,
On aecouIt of the above occasion
we will sell round trip .tiekets to CO
l111bi'l, S. C., at tile rate of 85 cents.
Tickets to be suld May 6th, 7th, Stli,
with final limit May 12th, 1907.
(Call on. us or write us for any oth
er infornatiion you desire concernin.
the above cheap ratez.
J. P. Slieely,
Ph11onle 91. Agent.
Rates from Newberry S. C., as fol
- Season Ticket $19.55. Sold daily
April 19ti to Nov,%ember 30th.
60 Dav tieket $16.30. Sold daily
A pril 191h to November 30th.
15 day ticket $14.30. Sold daily
April 19tlh to November 30th.
Coach Exene i-sion *q.55. Sold e,l
'Tuesday; limit 10 days. Enmdorseld4.
''Not son,l in parlor or sleepi:
' i'rolil ui illIman sleeping. eg s, j:1
A 1,l1nlie C iL.ine lbailr-oad Compan)llly.
W r.itv 1,4)r a beatifu11l illustraiv.l
folder cotainiiii mips, d(escripti\ve
maler, list of 41lol, ete.
For r-eser-Vations. or anly inforima
T. C. White,
General Passenger Agt.
W. J. Craig,
asseniger 'P i-kiffe Mailager,
Wilmington, N. C.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is lereby given that I will
Illake a final settlenent on the estat
of Texania E. Wicker, deceased, in
the pr-obate conrt, onl the 4(lh day
of' Jie, 1907. il \%ill iimediatelv
liereafter apply for letters dismi -
A trial w ill col
we buy the best
the market. Soki
Now-a-days the succesi
bills by check, where hi
The present way saves tiff
has money at his comman<
cash is a voucher for his fir
that it can serve thenm in ii
THE NATIONAL BAN
in its number of accounti
turers, Corporations and Ir
M. A. Carlisle. H-. ,C. 1I
J. A. Blackwelder. Robt. I
B. C. Matthews. . BR A
'soy as Cxecutor of said estate.
David B. Wicker,
4t 1taw. Executor.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notiee is hereby given that I will
nake a final settlement on the estate
of J. W. Perkins, deceased, on th<
3rd day of June, 1907, in the pro
bate court, and will immediately
thereafter apply for letters dismis
sory as executor of said estate.
All persons holding claims against
said estate will present them by that
J. T. MeCullough,
4t Itaw. Executor.
EARHARDT & WELLS,
Lessees and Managers.
2 NIGHTS 2
Friday and Saturday
May 3 and 4
SATURDAY MATINEE 3 P. M
KING DRAMATIC CO.
Prices 15, 25, 35 and 50 Cts
ravince you that
chicken feeds on
:i in any quantity.
s rndsrepid"n od
anyl wasns, a py
K- solicits a further increase
from Merchants, Manufac.
loseley. T. B. Carlisle.
VJorris. Geo. Johnstone,
ull. Jos. H. Hunter.
fords, all si:
at all t
We can fit all
CI & 1S
Capital $50,000 00
at The Commercial Bank si
the bank's business. It als<
are getting on in the world
It's a good plan to make a <
and liabilities before becc
scrutiny is always in our fa
The Gomnmercial Ban
Interest paid in our T
"The Bank for
JNO. M. KINARD, Pres.
J. Y. McF.
me 0.eryo skates 15c.oter
WhMuatsi htm Mcwa
line of Ox
the Stock is
Surplus $4&,800 40
rIOWS a healthy growth of
and adding to their wealth.
liagnosis of a bank's assets
ming a depositor. Such
vor. Bank here.
k of Newberry, S, 0.
0. B. MAYER, V. Pres..
Iay, May 3.
tes But Mother
Brother he does likewise,
Everbd sates but snothier.
e 15th, every MONDAY,
and SATURDAY nights.
sion: Ladies free, Gentle
v Concert Band.