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FOR GOOD ROADS
7O BE HELD IN SPARTANBURG
NEXT MONTH. t
Tres. Hyatt's Statement-Calls on
All County Supervisors and Com
missioners to Attend and Of
fers Good Programme.
Mr. F. H. Hyat is expectingi a large
attendance at the good roads meeti.
in Spartanburg next month. Yester
day he gave out the followinw, an
wish to state f,(Jr* the iliforina
tion of the general p)ublic that thei
Sount Cari a )(od Roads associa
ti()1; il h(ld its alimlial nieet1iu in M
oi\i.izast - -nd ,S ne-1.
i\e expee: to have every com:Iy in1i
the -t;ate repi-esented 'by som11e of Ille
countv tifficials. and we would be
glad if we could get the cooperation i
of the different towns and cities in
"Ther-efo re. 1. as pr-esidlent ofthe die
South ( anila Gov.d Roads associa
tion. exteid a ct(rial invitation to
every ityv and twn in the State Co
Soi)uitli Carolina to send dele-ates to
this convemiioii: men w(ho have had
expe,ience in buling roads and
sireels. and bv so doing it will prove
a great benefit to the supervisors of
the state. as they are anxious to oet
information froim men of experience.
*'ov. Ansel has consented to deliv
er* an address on the morning of the
7th ,f August: subljeet. Improve
m)! of Pl,, Il HilnWa v.'' and w e
exi:eet to) have tihers miake talks
aboiii,: the same line.
"Our state has reached that stag-e
of prosperity where we can not at
ford to postpone the improvements
on our public highways. Therefore it
behooves every man, no matter what
his vocation in life may be. to use
his influence in this movement.
"I am satisfied that the supervis
ors and coun.ty commissioners have
a right to charge their expenses to
this convention to the county which
they represent; inasmuch as they are
spending their tiMe and money to ac
quire information for the improve
mnent of their county roads, as well as
getting information as' tot how to
handle convict labor, etc. As you
know, Mr. E@tor, the most of the
time at the convention will be con
sumed by the different members giv
ing their experience as to the mode
and manner of conducting the affairs
of the county; how to build roads,
how to handle convict labor, etc.
"There will be on exhibition some
of the latest and most up-to-date road
snachinery for the building of macad
:amized roads, and the members will
also have an opportunity of seeing
some of the most up-to-date macad
amized roads in process of construe
"I hope and b'elieve that we will
have one of the most interesting and
beneficial meetings in the history of
X0 JINGOISM IN'THE SOUTH.
.A New Orleans View of the Sugges
tion of a War with Japan.
*New Orleans States.
* The south has no place in the gov
ernment and gets precious few favors
frm it. but acco rdinug to the .iimro
talk in the im .th. whc ,hlio.
ahmng thle p)olitical plans of t he a di mb
istration, the sout.h is expected to do
a full share of the fighting shonld
this e' untrv become embroiled withi
Japan. A northern contemporlary
- xys: JIr the event of war with J1 :
an thbe mianhood of the :St ih wai,! d
- e'. .ood r:2P.-w ih:ui t.:-* I' -
such a wvar cannot occure unless it
is brought on by the deliberate conni
vance and ins .stion of thei W\aT
ington Administration for poliitical
purposes. hence there worlH be no en
thusiasmi in ti:s .se tion of the mun
try for a war niot forced on ibis coun
-The Northern jingoes will deceive
themselves if they assume that the
south is eager to saeifi-e its young
mnanhood in a war which would be
fiought for no other purpose than to
oster up the waning fortunes of the I
republican party and to perpetuate its
control of the National Government.
On the contrary, the scath could with
perfect reasonableness decline to be
used as a catspaw to pull Republican
chestnuts out of the fire. and insist, a
without being open to the charge of b
disloyalty, that as the war was pure
Iya political affair the fighting -
should be done and the sacrifices 3
made hv the "trooly loil'' element of '
the political party in whose interest )
the emterprise was conceived and de- )
In 19S the passionfs of the souithi
wer. arouse by til armeities comn- I
nitted under Spaish dominion in
uhiba and demonstrated its willin
ie;s to do a full part of the war
ainst Spain. and f.: the first time
ii fortv tears northern sneers about
1utiiern lovalty were silencede l hence
he south does not feel that there is
my1Ncllvessity to prove loyalty to the
la now. The fact is recalled, how
ver. that in the war with Spain the
oq1th suffered the same diserimina
ion in the military field that it has
o lonu endured in political affairs.
[lhe military forces furnished by the
outh weire not allowed to go to the
ront in Cuba. but were held in in
anitary camps of cone.mtration to
)ec*ne the victims of typhoid fever
m1d (it her pestilential diseases. conse
uently the oily s(Iuthern men who
iad a chance to do any fighting in
he war With Spain were those who
J,pp)Jen1ed 1o be in the renlar armiy
r1 Mr. RooseveIt's lian.h Himrs. It
1we1 1perhap1s to let the Republican
inoes and )oliticians know that no
Me appreciat s the fact better than
he southern people themselves of a
0onquered province. and it has been
reated as such. In thie connection
he Charleston News and Courier
'Forty-two years after Appomat
ox. the flag is doing nothing for the
outh to fill the south with blind af
ection for the flag. While the wel
in rings with the exriosive declara
is of tendemess towards us frum
rivithel orators. our n?eple under
tand that they are still rearleud as
imder lirobation: thev know that the
iorth seizes the excuse of the south's
truzle for- li)er'tI to, steadily de
rive it of any larze participation in
emIeral affairs. and t'hey perceive the
eltles imnposito l: w%Vs which ei
iel the north at the -:e if the
uothi. Such piosperit as the south
?njoys has been won inl spite of un
iair and oppressive legislation stead
ly persisted in by the north and in
-pite of the custom unbroken. except
iuring the Cleveland terms, of federal
dIniiistrations to place the diree
ion of southern affairs in the hahds
)f persons not only unrepresentative
)f. but inimical to, the interests of
these southerners, who. in case of war.
would be expected to join in voting
mupplies and to furnish most of the
righting men from their section."
'The statement of our Charleston
sontemporary is a fair expression of
the sentiment that exists in the south,
ence it is quite easy to und4erstand
why there is no jingoism in this part
>f the country. It should also con
rince our northern friends that it is
i mistake to assume that the temper
f the south is so hot and impulsive
hat it would be glad of an opportun
ity to rush into a war, however unnee
ssary or unjust it might be. The
~outh is growing rich rapidly and it
wants peace in order to continue the
ork of rehabilitation now so well ad
ranced, and whatever valuation the
north may be disposed to place upon
its )atriotism. the south is entirely
atisfiba as to its own loyalty. It is
?ot hunting for a fi<rht with anybody.
and doe.s not propose to be used for
rchtna purposes unless the cause is
i-st and a war cannot be avoided ex
et at the price of national dishonor.
I will elve a nest class biarbecue at
n re.sidence on Saturday. July 27, 1
vill sell meat and hash at 12 o'clock.
J. M. Counts.
Rates fr:om Newberrv S. C.. as fol
Season Ticket $19.55. Sold daily
pril 19th to November 30th.
60 Day ticket $16.30. Sold daily
toril 39th to Novemnber 30th.
15 day ticket $14.30. Sold daily
tpril 19th to November 30th.
Coach Excursion $S.55. .Sold each
'uesda; limit 10 days. Endorsed.
'Not good in parlor or sleeping
Throug~h Pullman sleeping cars. via
ttlatie Cost Line Railroad company.
Write for a beautiful illustrated;
'older containin;g maps, descriptive
2aater, list of Hotel, etc.
For reservations or any info1ma
ion. A ddress.
, T. C. White.
General Passengrer Agt.
. J. Craig,
Passenger Triaffie Manager,
Wilmington, N.. C.
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
Schedules of passenger trains in
d out of the Union Station. New
erry, S. C.
o. 15 for Greenville .. .. S.56 a. in.
o. 12 for Columbia .... 10 32 a. mn.
o. 19 for Greenville .. .. 1.3.5 p. in.
?o. 1S for Columbia .... 1.50 p. in.
?o. 11 for Greenville . ... 4.42 p. mn.
?c. 16 fomr Columbia . ... 9.47 p. mi.
C., N. & L. TrainLs.
s. $ m- fo Laure . .... 3.19 a. m.
No. 22 for Columbia .... 8.47 a. m.
No. 52 for Greenville ..12 46 p. m.
No. 53 for Columbia .... 3.10 p. m.
No. 21 for Laurens .... 7.25 p. m.
No. 84 for Columbia .... 8.30 p. m.
The foregoing scohedules are given
Splendid location. Health resort. I
modern improvements. 240 boarding pi
ship, culture andsocial life. Conservato3
in Art and Elocution. Business College,
Health record not surpassed Close
de.elopment of each ppuil. Uniform woi
CHARGES VERY LOW.
26th Annual Session will begin on Se
INTO OUR I
Better fixed to
Give us your orc
do the rest. Pri
Manufacturers of Door
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Ti
Ornamental Wood Woi
Floor ing, Ceiling, Sidi
the Building Material I
We want your iniqu
grading and workmar
prices are right.
Hartsvilla Wood P
FOR 100 COI.
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JERTE CIF TV. N. J.
The Bak of
~his Bank was established
ne. It will so care for your
ire, and you can have it whei
in the financial family it will
need. It insures you the bes
Make a deposit today. E
4 per cent on mone- in the
eo. Y. Hunter, President.
J. F. Brownt
IT . G
rhe People'S I
aid Up Qapital -
urplus and Individual
or protection of depos
C. MOSELEY, President.
. W. WHEELER, Cashier. C
Better a conservative intere:
turn when wanted, than a higl
>out the principal. '
A National Bank is a safe Der
akes it so Likewise our Boa
prudent conservative managei
G. W. Bowers.
J. A. C. Kibler.
R. L. Luther.
M. A. Carlisle.
J. H. Hunter.
J. P. E
Ve allow 4 per cent. pei
~epartment, interest p
At Factory Prices.
riteymes onea Pao r Organ.
f you buy either instrument through
is, you get a standardl make, one
hat will last a life-time. Write
Malone Music House
-COLUMBIA, S. C.,
For Catalogues, Terms, Etc.
Main Street, N
We submit the comparative fi
d esteem on the part of a pata
June 14, 1906.
e osits 52,566.79
A GAIN OF OVER
We, too, pay 4 per cent. in
J. D. DAVENP
E. R. H IPP, Vi
MV. L. SPEAR R1
- CEO. B. CRON
apital $50,000 - -
No Matter How Small,
ujill give it careful att<
p plies to the men and 1
only for information, are not guaran-|
teed and are subject to change with
Julv 15. 1907.
G. L Robinson,
lot water heat. Electric lights and other tu
ipils last year. High standard of scholar
y advantages in Music. Advance course
Bible, and normal courses.
Dersonal attention to the health and social
rn on all public occasions
ptember 8th 1907 For catalogue address O
M. RHODES, President.
Littleton. N. C.
REW STORE G
serve our trade
ters and we will01
ces always right.
'acturiig C .
LLE, S. C.
urned and Scroll Work,
rk, Mantels, Mouldings,
ing, and everything in.
irie's and orders. Our
"isap i,s good, and our
lanufacturing Co., a
LLE, S. C.
ETOF QUALITY C
le for Valuable Presents
ST. LOU)IS, MO.
ty, S. C.
to assist ycu in building a for
money that it ,is absolutely ,se
iever you want it. And if you
prove your good friend in time
service and convenience.
very forturne has grown fraYn a
J. S. Wheeler, V. Pres.
:y, S. C.
- - $25,000 00
Profits $5,000 00
S. ,$25,000 00
..A. CARLISLE, Vice-President
YEO. JOHNSTONE, Attorney.
A o- your deposit with its safe
rate and a feeling of doubt
osit. Government supervision
rd of Directors is a guarantee
W. P. Pugh.
Jno. B., 1 ellers.
W. A. Moseley.
H. C. Moseley.
annum in Our Savings
J. W. W HITE
ewberry, S. C.
gures as evidence cf confidence
June 14, 1907..
100 PER CENT.
our Savings, Department.
SAVINGS BANK 1
- Surplus $30,00
No Matter How 9Large,
antion. This message
:he women alike.
J. E. NORWOOD,