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OUR WASINGTON LETTER.
Why White Men and Women Do No
Apply for Government
Washington, D. C., June 11.-Jolm1
A. Mcllheny, of Louisiana, a meubei
of the Civil Service Commission, it
-out in a circular addressed to the peo
ple of the South in which is pointed
out the number of fat offices to b<
had in Exctive Departments al
Washiigton through tite chantiel of
the Civil Serrice Comillission. Mri
Melley (iticises the people of the
South for not jumping at an oppor
tunity to get on Uncle Sam's pay
roll. le states that there are hun
dreds of positions, rangiig fro $7o
to $3.000 inl salary per- year, to he
had by the men and womein of file
South. . and ie expresses imiiseif its
being at a loss to utidersland why
MOrIe Southern men and women do
llt apply for them.
Mr. Mel0henliy, being a Southern
man, knows tiulite Well file reasons
whiy SmilnthIe'r IV men anid women do not
Aply tforol positions un11fcder tlie n'lited
siates Goveriincenilt. .le kiows that
sonhernt whiln. imI and womtien do
not relish Ilhe idea fit' associating- and
laborin. with iieo mene and wociiein
cr-hs. and as about 40 per cent of
%he govelrlmenlt employees are of the
ebony race, it is not ealculated that.
Mr. Mel ley's 1apeal will induce
many Suthern whi ie men and wo
mne'n 1o alb.anidin1 their holmes in a
commliltri,y where white suIPIeIII.W pre
vails ar111 whert. ne.-ro sociall (-4*uality N
is n-t toleraed fo4 r 1 places in a (so%
ernment 1)eparlinent at Washington
almn-sidet lhe kinky headed sots and
daullt'Iliers eeli a .
Before Theodore Ioosevelt heeamtne
President of the United tates it was
a rar'e t1) see a negro at the head
of a --overn111meni1t burealu in this vity,
the ofiv'eel fel'isit'i of t he T''easurv.1
an Rieemol oi ll' Deeds of tle Dis
tric .f I C.ihnin1hia bein-g the 'onl
places oft imporl itce assigned to
me rs of the ietro I'ace. Since
President Rtisevell, hiwee. assum
id 1le r Iils of governogt tto
by thle hundreds have betn appeinted
o c'lerkslips icn all the Depar'men(s
of' the t;-vernment. No ,nly have
i"s but nii nV have becn placed at
I he headI eel 2''veniunet'tial lbureauis ini
l it, l4i'.1d tit'c'ilit' it' a ii w cnc
annryover whilte ien anid women
Iln this circular'(' nMuissicner e
lineY might have also pointed out
thal such a thing as a Southern lwhite
Iuan: and woman vlerk inl the Gov
fernment Departments securing a pro
inotion of any note is almost an ir
redeseent dream. All the soft snaps
are reserved for the henehmen of the
iRepublican Party, while the positiohs
of drudivery alone go to clerks hail
-int fromti the Soutit.
Jamles 8. McCart.hv.
CAREY ON CAREY-C0THRAN
What Lawyer J. P. Carey Says About
Our Whiskey Law.
b Cd 2 '. cnnbia c'irre'spon, 'iti
lihe Newvs acnd Coieri as fl'lmws:
Mr. J1. 1'. 1 ey,v mce'mer't of the
hlo . from ck.(aens, as in:;'o the' ic
hr of t justlyv ce'le'briated 'arev
t'':bran law. lIt' tells an initere'itinig
story*~ about a rcn ra pi 'e
ents *coun:ty. Ac'iskey drunia nneri biiyk
th nmeofL~. li. Sccall, whoc re'pr's
('its thle ficrm of' Shiicmacn & (Co., ccl
MaIlibury. N. U., w'as arriestedl in the
Ivt eel l'asley' aned c'ied bef'ere' lie
1inwne eicuncil cit tihe chacrge eel selliniu
liq uort. lie had etakeni oriders fIce
whiiiskey to be shcipede friomn Malhisbur m
anid hadl ecllete the lii metntvcc lhe's,
orders. It was chim ced thIat t his conc
stitutedi a salt' ofl liquoret ici this state
t' sale beict'. eciim lctd w' uit hin the
hccrerse' of SothI (Car'elicna. 3Te towlu
'egagedc Mrc. ('aey to prosceente tie
ca ~sceand Smiall was ctonvicteed. Am
appeal was Itakeni to thle Cirt'ui
C'ourit acid the ease was heard a fev
dlays ago by Judge Gage, at Pickenis
.At this htm Mr. Carey r'Iepete<
the ttowcn conneil aend the defendan
w~as repre'tsenited by Mr'. WV. C. Coth
ran, of' (reenv'ille. Mr. ('othran, i
his argument made some reference t.
Mr Carey as one of the atut hors of th
Jaw which was being initerpr'eted ani
'Mr. Carey relied that if the othe
Cot'hran wvere prlesenit there would b
an agreement as to the meaning o
tlhe law. Mr. WV. C. Cothiran is
luether anti law partener of Mr. 'l
iU. CoIhran, whlo is the joint autho
wVithl Mr. Carey of the Carey-Cothra
law. Mr. Carey is eonfldent that th
Supreme Court wvill sustain the cor
tention that the taking of orders fc
whiskey with the money constittt
a sale within heState acnd is ini vit
be defended under the Inter-Stat
of what plant ft
right shows Plai
and potato yiel<
a small patch, t
On the left, a
same size (yield
planted at same
same soil, but uj
These pictures a
... from an experin
tion bulletin, cor
Our Free Book, "P
which gives authentic and authorii
actual results of practical and scie
the farmer who is anxious to impi
ing for a wider margin of profits.
New York, 93 Nassau St., or
IIelps the Wagon up
The load seems lighter-Wagon
and team wear longer-You make
more money, and have more time
to muake money, when wheels are
ca Axle Grease
-The longest wearing and most
satisfactory lubricant in the world.
STANDARD OL CO.
For col cooking, low w
Wick Blue Flan
--Ahe ideal stove for summer.
kind of stove will do. Any de
three sizes and fully warranted
nearest agency for
throughout and bei
power ; an ornament
If not at your dealer'
No --ay.h sce
bils y cec , wher Ih
Thlrsn a ae i'
Nowat -t a-dasv them succe
rillis :numbhek ofhaccount
tures, oeyatios omman
sh is A-arvouer for hisf.
THEA BlAkweNder RbAt.
- B. A. Mlatthewse. So.
ods can do for
picture on the
1 (55.8 lbs.) of
21 lbs.) .. - .
:ative accounts of experiments and
ntific farming. It is invaluable to
ove his products and who is work
Send for it to-day.
Atlanta, Ga., 1224 Candler Bldg.
Makes a Wonan
A Look Ten Years
Because it takes
a great weight
off her mind
Solves the daily Dessert problem.
Bly using Jell-O it is possible to servo
a di fereut dsert every day in the year.
Jel0-O can be prepared in
- - 9tantly,-simply
. add boiling water
and set to cool.
7 flavors. -0o.
per package, at all
9 The Gentee Pure Food Co.. Le Roy. N.Y.
Vieltour booth at JamiestownE" Ittoni.
)rk and least fuel-expense use a
ie Oi Cook-Stove
Does everything that any other
gree of heat instantly. Made in
At your dealer's, or write our
O is the best lamp for
L p all-round household
use. Made of brass
tutifully nickeled. Perfectly con
safe; unexcelled in light-giving
to any room. Ever,y lamp warranted.
a, write to our nearest agency.
RD OIL. COMPANY
OF NEWBERRY S. C
su bi nes m n ash
is rn-iepiii od
sany wasns, a ash
[K solicits a further increast
s from Merchants, Manufac
Mfoseley. T. B. Carlisle.
Norris. Geo. Johnstone
Lull. Jos. H. Hunter.
Via Southern Railway.- Jamestown
Tor--Centennial Exposition, Norfolk,
On account of. the above occasion
the following i4tructions will gov.
ern the sale of:"ud trip tickets to
24oolk, Va. fr 4 twberry, S. C.
Se4son ticke This- ticket
wfil be sold datly 4jnii 19th to and
It Pays th6 L
More than is i
It wrote (paid for business) over
being nearly as much as any thr
"Old Line Basis" It is now do
over $13,000,000.00 Assets, ov
The stockholders who are we]
000,000.00 are personally I
for all the debts of the Com
offered only, by the Pacific I\
Under these' same laws the
Funds must be invested in n
funds are under bonds.
Answering -our leiter of th<
Pacific Mutual of California, anc
have the opportunity.
much'superior to the Annual DI
-The Pacific Mutual Life ha
of any American Life Company.
Call at my office and I will
tell you more about it.
Office ox er Old Postoffice, N
Flue Curing Devek
Found In Schna
There are three ways ui
mers for curing and prep
tobacco for the market; n
cured, air cured andl flue cl
old and cheap way is calle<
Sthe later discovery and imi
is called flue cured. In
the tobacco is taken ?roi
and suspended over int
flues in houses especially
tain the heat, and there
s proper temperature until
'process developes in the t
t stimulating taste 'and frag
a found in Schnapps tobac
r green coffee is made fra
stimulating by the roasti:
e Only choice selections oj
.juicy flue, cured leaf, grc
famous Piedmont country
'best tobacco - grows, ar
Schnapps and other Reync
of high grade,. flue duret
R. J. REYNOLDS Tc
1neo1ding Nov1emer 80th, 1907, fini
date to leave Norflok returning De
domber 15th, 19079
60 dax t It 16.39. This tidke
q pj$ AI 1th to and
Ve,Mr 1007, fina'
date t ave Norfolk returning six.
ty (0) te- fron at4 of sale and
not lated 46,6 o410 1phy 1907.
Fifteen 0. Thu
ticket iwll 4444. April 19ti
to and inl hmber 30th
is part of the
:>ffered by any other Li
$6,000,000.00 of new busine:
ee other companies wrote. It
ing business in more than 40 1
er $100,000 000.00 of busine
1I known and conservatively es
lable in an unlimited degree, ai
)any; extra security requi
4utual Life Insurance Comp
directors are liable for the w
a 8th, I am well satisfied with t
I sha I not hesitate to recomme
Very respectfully y<
Annual Dividend Policy-pe
vidend contract as the latter Ic
s the best Legal organization,
RAL-HAVE THE BE
ewberry, S. C. C
ps the Stimulating
pps that Satisfies
sed by far- Hundre<
aring their on sale the
amely, sun outside of
ired. *The bacco is flh
I air cured ; filled with
>roved way sweetened
flue-curing chew of Sc
n the field hunger 10:
enyht such tobac
buil te Expert
bul.t e cured toba
ept in the piedmont
this curing less -sweetc
obacco the and has a
rant aroma satisfying
co, just as kind of tob;
igrant and satisfy, mc
ag process. expectorati
this ripe, and chew
wn in the Schnapp
,where the ers forrnerl
'e usedl in to $r.oo pe
dds' brands at 5oc. per
Itobaccos. xo and 15
BACCO COMPANY, W
0107, finaldate le I 6 1 k1r-"+4.
-turning fifteen (15) days from date
of sa e.
Coaph Exausion ticket-$8.55. This
I ticket i 6nt igod in sleeping, Pdlil
ruan or Parlor 6ars, and will be sdld
on Tt'eiday of each week during per
Ilod grKthe exposition, final date to
10a' "'Norfolk returning ten (10) 1
d4j'from date of sale.
k4r routes, stop-overs, etc., write
or call on us.
)n ds Paid by
ss in California (its home State),
was organized 40 years ago on
3tates and Territories. It has
ss in force.
timated to be worth over $50,
:cording to their stock holdings,
ed only by California Laws, an-d
any of Los Angeles, California.
rovigful acts of the officers.
Officers handling Company
January 9th, 1903.
he results of my policy in The
nd your Conpany irhenever I
culiar with the Pacific-is as
to the "Toniine." It is "Pre
and gives the greatest guarantee
en. Agt. for South Carolina.
Aroma and Taste
is of imitation brands are
it look like Schnapps; the.
the imitation plugs of to
ie cured, but the inside is '
cheap, flimsy, heavily
air cured tobacco; one
hnapps will satisfy tobacco
iger than two chews of ,
tests prove that this flue
cco, grow~n in the famous
region, requires and takes
ining than any other kind,
effect on chewers. If the
acco you are chewing don't
re than the mere habit of
*ng, stop fooling yourself
s is like the tobacco chew
y bought costing from 75c.
r pound; Schnapps is sold
pound in 5c. cuts, strictly
[NSTON-SALu, &T. 0.