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At *Usti and *eS
S. H. AULL. EDITOR.
5 Entered at the Postoffice at New
erry. S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Tuesday, May 14, 1907.
We desire to direct at tention t')
the communication or a member of
the Civic Association in regard to a
cleaning up week.
The Herald and News has already
spoken. of this idea, and we are glad
to know that it. has interested the
imtember of the Civie Association, and
we trust that the mayor and his coun
cil will become interested as well as
the people of the community general
ly, and that the idea iay be earried
into praetitcal operation.
There ean be no doubt to any one,
who is not entirely bWind, that there
is need fI a Icl-anin-v ip week in
The .1,lti'll, Ai ildl-leSI'll alppealr 1.)
be ill th1. ialli, --I ' en i ha I have anl
:1l*0 b illia e ll s ll.- I, irv t ' [ I I n ;lt,e
iirt' wliIt ' I N 2' I 2 : I t'II I I' k1 l . Mi l !t'
'1)(11t,%l 14 1vt f liollsi1';A v 111i vverla,(t
iin-Ii II It h- hlle Stale.
It is Ihe oi lli v way to i1lake a tq)wIl.
LTii t el e ffot (a accmp1ish much
but whell olle tries to do sonilthll".
for his coinintillity Ni those who are
best. able to help and who have the
most at stake and will receive the
geatest henefit wrap their cloaks of
.selfishness around them and present a
satisfied air with their condition. it
is ver l- ta liy
Iet everybody get to-ether ad
talk for his town and his cmlimunity
and Iollow the talk with work.
Ir. t"em-ue' tC. Hivsr, ill Ilis coin
111111e'll1inI. ;, dh dDeel fra ili a ulldi
tD'r' of ttIl .lic-h n' II. Niance C'atlip. ex
0 V(irY :lD ti:111 l a1l1I a very
icu 4 !!lilelt whwt le ;t. '"(here
i * t.in flu ''u'' . 'o n Ide. ,l far
r- ' . :, -ih't l :t1, lit 1 i't l i- t
The soluin i- -. fnle and So wIll
Vxpre-smd'Sl ia 1 :lt wVV r*tpeat it here. Ti i'%
so 41Itten tiit w. e"tlD1 dI1D little deedsl:
of' kindness and speak words of c.ni
-Tort without any vtfort that would
do so much1eli -ood to hearts that are
downeast. that it is well to call at
tentiol to the sentiment. aid yet we
so offen nerle'et t hese little thlzins,
w mieb coilt st Dmiuch in) life. Really it
is the littl thlins that we colD do
aiiD sDDI often nleAt that w-1uld make
life sD iilh happiieri and better.
We d e> 41 ot iiitdl to preach : Ser
mll, blit w OIldI remi brInl. that
w.. wvill .nly mak .Ilur:eyv oncee
: 1 wve wv ill '-,v(- travfl over th. i r.-ad
:aain which w :ae r1 e !4-in'l- t--dav.
JONES HAS SURRENDERED.
The Defaultir.g Teller Returns To
Charlotte and Gives Up.
the e'r th nI-r ' at daybretak.
bar:.It - -up me ii t -t > f jito
moneyif' was taken away int a 2rij. by
(.ratef abou tafure-.derinDi2 himsjelf. lIe
enjouyted ai.. Ohd wvar bre .iakfta-t he
ii attoney will 'rek hail today,~'
hut the PxamDin at iin will lbe wa'livd'
until th'-as 'ii- c'alleD1 in t he Federal
"'ourt, probabily ini .Juet. .Joneis was a
Sunay, schoo.l wor(Dker anad pulay'ed t he
f'lute- ini the Sndav' selhool chioir for
The Country Editor. ..
morie for i .\t 1v.
Thle counlitr IV(iid'itrrally conatrols
the 5JpigDt oif the founltaina spini' Dof
fireslh andai heal thyi pub1li i i. HeiDf,Ia
is able tDo keep, tiht fDDunatain sealedl
by fillinag hiis paper'i with matter
brouight by thei' yard ior by lie pound,
or withI mat ter bearin'i the stampil of
the gui nea of thle loca Dii ispeniser of
(ill(-alI advyert ising. Or lie ey a ira
loose, if only at thle rafte' oDf a couiple
of sticks a week, a stream of invig
orating thought up~on a barren andi
dry land where no water is by merely
using his own think-tank properly.
Never in the history of the countr3
was there greater need for the real
count ry editor'. About lie alone can
offer thle lphanen for national hys
teria syndiaentld from WVashiington,
Ever'ybody miay not1 agiee withi him.
That isn 't necessary. Theli call is for
oiriginal thought, antd the country edi
tor on hnent nwer i.
PLEASED WITH REEPTION.
Given Veterans At Newberry on
Memorial Day-A Delightful
To the U. D. C. of The James D.
I desire, through this medium, to
express to you our high appreciation
of the splendid entertainment cn
joyed at your hands mi the 10th inst.
Oltiers may sing the praise of Char
leston, Columbia, Greenville and oth
er places, but I know I speak the
sentiment of many of my Comrades
when I say there is no place equal to
Nowberry for real enjoyment. Amd
-the dirnner, that was so tastefully
and meautifully served, if I should
say it was grand, magnificent, sup
rh. )r. Ioyal, it would be but mildly
expressed. II fact, my little voca
I)IlIIry dies not I'IrInish mle With a
Woni Ihat will fully express What I
desire to Say abilout tIIat diinler, which
wts ent.joyel to tihe 'ullest extent hy
all11 preselt. Then we so enjoyed tle
little scene that mnriied .in st after
d iner; anI d b)eo hi re wev .1 1ul left the
able. whIIeI a hem tii fil eke .was
prusntIled tI the bldest veteain pres
cIn i. Ando myl (Mwn hearl- WaIS deeply
Itched whenl the old amiieil.1n1 cami1ie
forward, and Irmini reeived
ftis oken of love aid esteem, and I
could see his bosoi swell with emo
timns of I'ralitude wic his I itin-ue
Cid iiot exipress. Then I looked
awayN 1rom this scene to aniother; and
I saw tile old "entlieman nleari-ig his
home with such ia light, glad heart,
as he mused over the pleasant sur
prise lie would sprin1g upon his home
I'ol k. 'till he Seemed almost a boy
agail. I saw himli enter his home
ting ihis Iize. and,1 wili a smil
ilg face, le trembllllItii.lY opened the
basket, and placed its contents ul)on
a table. Then i saiw somlie ot his
liirten, wI themselvts wore lcks
11h t werte whittliedI by tle fr-st of
tinan1 wintr, utblip aid look. aid
1.11'' ~ J Ywa Wih .'y 1 rt. Thecln
0 ,3 1' 10 * t Idr il.Iel wV IupVA,III
aIi ' 1tel. ; ld thir bri.-iht fIcs
I j I In \Vth .-i :n was i heir
rizeCnIk . .\-i I -aid1 in my heart.
i there is iot.ilivle so - ,0 . so ib l , e o
Iar rshi ipn.. so lastinmr. a, little
Il'e-Is -t Ihillilnie s ministereil iln a
spirit of Iove. Then I turned a w\ayN
fromll this seelle. t41 Yet aliotier , atil
I saw an old man leanin. heavily
uimi lis cane: ai id lie was surriund
(1d by aI group of yminl., ladies with
smilinz faces. whi seemed ever ready
anid eaue.r to minister to his every
want. And I a,kedIi mv frien,11. "Who
is thi -ld L' entlm ain?'' and11 he said.
1 1nt knmw.'' Tle, lII- w'it uip to
the onp. and said to the vyonnr la
dies. " Iho is thii.: (,!l _,nitlem an ?''
.\nd hey aid. "li ilh la .t -ur
-rm m*iteran of the Ja. 1. Naice
ap'' .\nhl ahkf d ."Wiat iz his
onr ?''An t\m h erii- -:aid ."Welmi dot
T hen he am-ket 1 ." 'if whoim is
m-I -: b.." The(11 T amk dd:nih
myx rmverie. and I said. "Yes5. the
ihne i, hasttningt oni. 'tISis ot far dis
tant. 'tie 'ear at hanmid. whuen there
will lbe onmly (one slurvivin. veteran
m.. ':m-r tom roll call in) the .Jas. D.
Nance- ('amvp. B~ut noi one cani elve~
hNname. nori tell wvhere he live-.'
-\n ni towv to thle 1'. D. C'. ft t he J1as.
D). Nancee Camp. Iaty ne maymyo live
tim iiirrm dleeds of kindness: nomt
tim lie oDld veteranims only, bot to all
withI whom yo,u come in coant act als
yonl pass throughi this life.
reo. e. Riser.
Whit mire. S. C.
The steamers plying up and down
the river to Richmond remind one of
the old days of .transportation by
wate r. which retains its pictiuresqu-l
eness as the steameir glides -by the
woode.h(1 bnks of thle James, and
samw arrek hass-no, T dontar
to elethe dimensions or weight.
ICa retaker Leal, with his doy 11ind eat,
go ar fishing at night, and t.he dim
an rd i sty p)ast is forgotten and be
is )w'ronght inito the busy, stirring spir
it oif modlern times, when t here comesi(.
alively niibble at the eiid of his line.
Them( island reminlded1 me of MadIelinei
IsIan md in lake Superior waters where
atther Marquette landed Borne fift.v
years later than when the settlemeni
was mnade at Jamestown. Here wat
the Panama of those times-for Eng
laund was filled with torrid storie's
eoneerning the terrors of the nemt
land whic,h -the land companies werw
trying to boom. One Jamtatown wo.
main inusisteud that she raised figs om
the island, They were stories of In.
dhian gentleness and of the possi
bilities of homes in the now Virgin.
ian.s-Joe Mitehiell Chapply in Na
tional Magazine for May.
Definitely Fixed. I
"Expert legal 'testimony," says a
well known member of the 'New C
York bar, "can easily be madh A'two- "
edged weatpoi in court. ''A elover. d
and capable mining engineet. Was ob
liged to take the stand as an expert
in a suit in Nevada a couple of years
au-o0. The ease involved large isstes. n
"The examination t was co'iduated
by a young and smart attorney,,iiho (
pa,tronized the expert wit&h all the v
authority of half a dozen 'years of I
"One of his questions related to 0
the form in which the ore was found, 0
a form generally known as 'kidney
ff 'Now, sir,' -said tie 4ttorney,
'how large are these lumps? You say e
that they are oblong in shape. Are
they as long as my head1'
'''Yes,' replied the expert, 'but b
not nearly so thick.' ''-Harper's i
The National for May. ir
There were miore cV Copies of the Nv- el
tilonal for April sold dhan any pre- i
vious numbr of the iaazine evr el
p1blished. and that -11 the face 1f it
Ihe f(act that this. was -[he first unmi- F
her thti had been placed on sale aI
the .advanced price of 1.5 cents. Thus
it is again denionstrated that it is
quality after all that the American
people want. The Panama article a
which was such a hi,t in the April
number, is followed by a Jamestown
editioi for May, with even a hand
.soner cover than that of the April
iiiinuber. Besides a three-color cover
there are two three-color reprodite
tions from the original drawings, ap
pearing as a frontispiece and in the
body of the magazine. i
i t i
'" Affairs a.t Washington''i-itr
esting, as usual.
TIIe i rst i stall mIIe It. of a serial, a
eititled. '"'A limance of Arlingtoi
llouse,'' starts -with thiis niumber and1141
Sives proise of a very. intierestin
sill-v. Tlhere are 1 a iim1nber of s-hort
stories and lots of roodI feattures which
make t in' May numbit1lter 1t41t oily one
frleal interest, blt oe of the hand
nilst mIt nzi ies ever published by
Building Material. St
EAitor llerald and News.
Newberry. S. C.
As rittite a number bf yout' citiz
ens are no doubt conside ring the
comparative value of the varioung
buildinl". materials ntow offered. thev'
will 4no doubt .be Mislead into tIe use
i' s,, valled reein'orced Colcte. As
y - 1111 vity has reeI'uItly kfte d t i
sevI*e lo ss from a disastrous 'infla- -
tratn, it would no doubt be -.f, itt
teret 1tltl if you coulbl s.ecr a
ductl in F"ire amd EartInnmitkc."' This
41vr' a t tti vel prt'partdl a;
vlentid ittitres of te wt'eckeV al
huant'.ed~ butilditg- ouf thle unif'tun tate
('ity' by the (f;lde?n (intt', andt shotws
ini a must st riking wvay the compara
tive valute of' the sev'eralI build ing' ma
I erials whtieb arte now o,fferetd. T'he
semed't to have sitffceed mtslt oh
.su somny of youir imt izens are'
his timen. I It'ust you jivill giv tchis
I ar1d spac"e int yurt next issuE.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
IRENEWAL OF CERTIFICATE
OF ST OCK. . ..
Notic'e is hereby giveni that, ont the
fiftt (enthI (15thJi) day of Junte, 1907,
orin as soon thereafter as pr'acticable,
I lhe undiiersignied will appJly to the
Newberr;y oCttotn Mills fot' r'eewal
of' certiifi('ate No. 425, for I wo ('2)
shar ies of' thle capital stock of' lie
sa id corporuatIion thle ot'iginiial ('ertt ifi
eante having beeni lost ni' <lestrioyedh.
F-mma S. Aniith.
10 T 5w.
TO DRAW J'URY.
STATEC OF SOUTH CA IIOldNA,
COUNTY OF NE~WBElW.
Notice is hiereby given t Int we, the
underCiSigned(, will on the 2' th ist. at
9 O'elock a. ft. in the offhee of' tIhe
(Olerk of Court for Newberry county,
8. C., openly and publicly dIraw the'
names of thirmty-six men who shall
serve as Petit Jurors at the Court
of General Sessions for said county
and state whieh will convene on the'
1llh day of June, 1007, and continue
for one week.
Jnlo. L4. mapps.
Wm. W. Cromei'.
-.Jno. C. Goggans,
Jury Commnissioneors for Newherrt
Oounty, S. C.
May 13th, 1007.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROJINA,
COUNTY OF,NEWiBI1MY. e
J. Pytreell as Executor of the lasi
'ill anll testament of Ned, Whitter
eceased, Plaiqtiff, ,
Talitha Whitter, et a], Defendaints
Complaint to sell land to make pay.
ient of debts.
By virtue of a'n Order of thia
ourt'in the above 'entilted oause I
il sell at Newberry Court House or
fonday (Sales Day) the 3rd day
f June, 1907, during the legal houre
f sale, all that tract or plantatior
f la.nd lying and being in Townshigi
ro. 7, CotInby and State aforesaid
ntaining One Hundred Sixtxy-fiv
165) Acres, more or less, and bound
I by land of Purcell and Scott. Rob.
rt Williams and D. M. Spearman.
Terms of sale one-half cash and th<
alance on a credit of -twelve months
ith interest from day of sale at th<
%te of eight per cent per* annum
ith leave to the purchaser to anti.
pate the credit portion in w-iole oi
part. The,eredit portion to be se.
tred by a bond of the purchaser and
mortgage of the premises. Pur.
inser to pay for papers and record
Ig samle. F. M. Schlimpert,
rohate Judg for Newberry County.
Farmers Oil MR1.
The annuai ieetinng of the stock
>1ders of the Farmers' Oil Mill will
t oil Wediesday, May 29, at 11
elnek, a. im. in the eourt house.
W. C. Brown,
ELLECTION or TEACHERS.
The Sehool Board for Newberry
1hool district will, on Thursday, the
ht day of June, hold t'he animal elece
11 for the following positions:
One Siperintendent of Schools, al
salary of $1,000.
Eleven- Grade Teachers for the
hite school: salary $40 a month.
0ne Principal for the colored
hool- salary $40 a month.
Foll. Griade Teachers for the col
-d school; salary $25 a month.
Applications must he in the hands
the Secretary of the Board by the
I o1 June. and applica.ts must
ate for what grade they apply.
J. M. Davis,
a. Gth, 1907.
EARHARDT & WELLS
Lessees and Managers
"HURSDAY & SATURDAY
May 16 and 18.
Prices 25 and 15 Cents,
FRIDAY, MAY 17
'HE CROWNING OF LOVE
I S a delicious chew,
Amade from the best
North Carolina leaf;
a leaf that has a spec
ial texture, a special
flavor and which
makes RED EYE a
specially fine and satis
to tobacco costing one
dollar per pound.
Ask your dealer for it and
insist on him keeping it.
WrIte for Special Prices.
AT.' THE S
Val Laces, Round Thread L s
are getting in these things ever:
know the sale of them'is unpre<
Round 'Thread 6 1.4 to 12 1-2c
'Our line of Shirt Waist Front
On nice sheer Lawns, and with
beautiful. Medallions in variet:
Good selection of Nets, crear
White Lawns and F ersians 1I
Mercerized Waistings in full I
Lingerie Lawns for those wai
Linens and Linnenes are fin,
prices range from a 12 1-2c. L
have all p ice . We take ; get
pretty and seasonablq things.
everybody skates but muother'*
She sits around a day,
10ouknd very cross atfahr
,%W *ehiis hi. tioo away$ I
Remaining open until Jun
8 to 10:30 o'clock. Admis
men 10c. Use of skates 15c.
Music by McCrar
"AStitcoh iln i
Sobuy a LitIe~ Joe, or
table with lor:g braces.
your cotton an~d corn b<
large and too absorbs
and $4.00 respectively.
Now follow these hari
substantial hoes 6b in
37c., and 8 in. 40c.
Largest line Paints ai
berry county. See us
We buy all kinds scrap
To be given with a cai
This offer begins Tui
ends.. Tuesday, June
keep a first class line c
etc. In Millinery every
we are in the lead in w
price. Come to see us
Aces, Baby Irish Laces. We
r few days, and all the ladies
:edented. Vals 6 1-4 to 20c.,
:., Baby Irish 25 to 50c.
s is varied and well 'selected,
the 'Baby Irish effect. Just
lr as to price style and quality.
n and white plain and dotted.
3c. to 50c. Sheer and elegant.
iting the latest.
c again fhis season, and the
nnene to a $1.25 l.inen, We
iulne pleasure in showing these
lOa, Ma 3.
I l A111 *Jill
Brotheir he does likewise,
So does sister Ann.
Everybody skWes but m=4ews
Sven ouw old masto
15th, every MONDAY,
and SATURDAY nights.
sion: Ladies free, Gentle
y Concfrt Band.
14 tooth lever adj us
H9rrow and run over
afore the gr-ass gets too
your fertilizer. $3.00
-ows with our good and
.33c., 7 in. 35c., 74 in.
nid Varnishes in New
before placing order.
iron; brass and copper.
ity, S. C.
sh purchase of $5.00.
asday, May 1 4th, ands
11lth. .Remem ber, we
~f Dry Goods, Notions,.
one acknowledges we
orkmanship, style and
ty, S. C. :