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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New- M
'berry, S. C.. as 2nd class matter.
Friday, March 18, 1910.
"PULTIJNG TOGBTHER.' t
The Herald and News is delight.
ed to see the editorial in the Ob-c
server on "Pulling Together." It
is the doctrine that we have been
trying to preach for the past twen
ty-dive years. There is absolutely
no chance for any town to advance
in those things that make for a
strong community, commercially and
otherwise, except by united efort.
Now that the Observer is preach
ing this doctrine so forcibly and so
strongly, we believe we can be able
to accomplish something in that di
rection. During our residence in
this community there have been E
various efforts to organize boards of I
trade, chambers of commerce and 9
merchants' associations but they I
have never been as successful as they a
should because the men of the com- c
munity never pulled together and a
never attended the meetings as they N
should. And it too often even hap
pened that those who enlisted as i
members would spend a part of their c
time and energy in knocking the t
enterprise or the organization and I
saying unkind things of others, who S
were trying to do something, in- r
stead of patting their shoulders to v
the wheel and bearing part of the '
burden and helping to push the
jeommunity along. It has been un
fortunately too true that when any
enterprising citizen would under- 6
take to launch an industrial enter- r
prise, from which every one, whether
financia,ly interested or not, would
receive, at least indirect benefit, the
disposition has been to speak'n nkind
iy of it and of those who were en
deavoring to build the enterprise.
We want to be rid of this spirit
aLnd we want to get the full team, as
the O)bserver 'wel ]says, "to pull to
gether." There must be no balky
We are perfectly delighted to
quote the following paragraph from
the O)bserver's editorial:
".In all matters that look to the 1
common interest of 'a town, such as r
drawing trade, building up new in- I
dustries, making the town attract
ive and ,easily accessible, the people .
should work together."
We take it that this means that 8
;we shall hereafter have the coopera
tioin of our cotempo.rary in efforts
to lay out and build some parks in a
the city and also have its coopera- TJ
tion in efforts to build some perma-1
nent highways leading to Newberry. ~
,These things will take some money, t
but as we have heretofore remarked, g
the money invested in them would r
]e in its truest sense an investment ~
that would pay good dividends. We ~
- Jhope that this same spirit will take e
hbold of all of our business men and 'v
that we may be able to throw aside r
.little petty jealousies when it cornes
to the advancement and interest of
athe entire community, and that we e
~may all "pull together."v
Let every business man get in bar-e
ness now and pull together. It is a ~
good time to do something.r
The negro college at Abbevifle
was set on fire on Wednesday night
and it is thought that two or three t
negroes were burned to death. T:he <:
city of Abbeville will make a thor- I
County Superintendetnt of Educa- t
'ion J. S. Wheeler should have the I
hearty endorsement of the teachers
and trustees of our public schools
as well as the parents of the chil
dIren in his efforts to arouse an in
terest on the part of the boys in
the growing of corn.
Mr. Wheeler has just issued a cir
cular letter to the public school
teachers and has arranged again to
ne representrtive from each rural
ehool in the county will enter this
ontest. There ought to be more.
feeting of Town and Township
Boards of Assessors.
The boards met in the office of the
ounty auditor Tuesday morning at
I o'clock. L. W. Floyd was elected
hairman. The instructions and
>lan of the comptroller general as
o equalizing assessments were adop
ed. The board adopted the 60 per
ent basis for assessment of proper
y. Mules and horses were divided
ato four elasses, first class, $100;
econd, $75; third, $50; fourth, $10.
The county board will meet on the
rst Tuesday in April.
S* ** * ** * ** * *
AT THE OPERA VOUFE. *
Pickert Stock Company.
Messrs. Earhardt & Baxter of the
ity opera house are to be congratu
a.ted on being able to book "Pickert
ktock Company" in our city for an
ngagement for three aights begin
ing with Monday night, March 21.
his company is composed of sixteen
eople all stars in their different
ines and also have a big brass band.
Lnd don't forget they have a bevy
f beauty girls and the specialties we
re told by the different crities are
7ell worth the price of admission.
'hey open their engagement with
'Moths" a play dramatized from
'Ouidas" famous novel '"The Moths
f Society." It is well known that
his city has not been visited by a
toek company in the last three sea
ons and now that this stock com
oany has been engaged for three
ights at much expense it should be
rell patronized as they play to pop
lar prices. So don't forget the
ates. When T Why Monday the
1st., Tuesday, 22, and Wednesday,
3. Where? The city opera house.
he prices ? Well, only 25c., 35c.,
Oc., and 75c. Curtain 8.30, Car
iages at 11.
TLMAN GOES TO TRENTON.
enior Seimtor Left Wwhinton
Washington, March 16.-Senator
'ilan left Washington this after
oon for his home at Trenton, ac
ompanied by Mrs. Tillman and his
laughters. They travelleid by the
~outhern railroad and expect to
each home early tomorrow morning.
t was believed that the Senator
rould require a special oar for !his
rip, but 'he said he felt entirely
ble to go in an ordinary Pullman
my reserving a private section. A
eniber of friends were at the de
et to say good-bye, and during the
ay several senators called to pay
heir respects and to bid Senator
ilman a safe journey and an early
'eturn. Just before\ leaving the
enator said he thought he would be
ble to come back to the senate
1thin a year.
Senator Tillman left his apart
ients at the B.alfour, with *Mrs.
illman and J. M. Baker, assistant
brarian of the senate, about 3
'lock, and drove in a taxicab to
be Capitol. ,There he idiscussed cer
ain legislative matters for several
inntes with Senator Hale, chair
ian of the senate committee on
ppropriations. Senator Tillman de
ired particularly to arrange with
~enator Hale the matter of taking
are of the project for giving deeper
rater on, the Charleston bar. After
emaining there for a short while
e then proceeded to the union sta
ion. lHe declined to use a rolling
hair, but walked from the toxicab
ntrance of the station to the ele
abor, some .distance, and then pro
eeded to bod his train for South
iarolinia. There is much satisfaction
xpressed 'here tonight at the fact
hat Senator Tillmnan has mended so
apidly and hopes are entertained
ow for his entire recovery.
A darky minister in a southern
own was much moved by the grief
-fa woma.n whose husband had just
"My sister,'' came in solemn
ones from the clergyman, "I know
[at dis is a great grief dat's over
aken yo'. All d'e same, though, you
s compelled to mourn de loss of dis
ine who was yo' companion an'
>arner in life, I consoles yo' wit
e assurance dat dere is annuder
vho sympathizes wif yo 'in de arms
>' unfailin' love.''
The widow looked up at him
bhrough her tears. "Who is he0''
he finally asked.--Harper's Weekly.
Still With Us.
Mrs Stu.bbs (reminiscently, -Ah
or th eA dld days, Toin!
GREAT OON TO HUALTY.
Dr. W. N. Glymph a Well Known
Pharmacist Announces Import
ant Medical Discovery.
The following appeared in a re
3ent issue of the Union Progress.
As being relative to the success of a
Newbery reaeird young man, The
EleraM and News takes pleasure in 4
Dr. Glymph, who has made this
wonderful discovery in medicine, is
a. son of Mr. A. Y. W. Glymph, who
lived and !died in the Glymphville 4
section of this county in township
No. 3, near Broad river.
The Herald and News takes pleas- A
are in noting the success, which Dr. -
3lymph has attained and his dia
,overy will be a great blessing to a 4
large number of sufferers.
The Union Progress says:
A medical discovery that has been 4
made and put to practical, successful
best and which, it seems, shoulid be
a. veritable boom to humanity, has 4
recently been announced by Dr. W. 4
N. Glymph, of Glymph's Pharmacy 4
f this city.
The discovery in question is a quick
nd what seems sure and permanent
ure for morphiie, cocaine and other i
Irug habits, the great advantage in 4
this being that while other cures re- 4
juire from three to six weeks, Dc.
3lymph's takes but three to six
lays, so that the reduction in time 4
eans a consequent reduction in ex- 4
ense, and therefore places it within
reach of even the poorest of those
who are victims of the drug habit.
Dr. Glymph, io speaking to a 4
Progress representative says that
he made the idiscovery nearly two
Fears ago, and has been quietly mak- 4
ing tsets, and has already cured
uite a number of persons, so that
they have .absolutely no desire to 4
bake drug that otherwise they hald,
m insatiable craving for. He says
that some weeks ago he was talking 4
with a man whom he knew to be ex
essively addicted to the morphine 4
abit. He told the man he could
,ure him; the other thought it was
impossible but said: "If you 'do, I 4
will work for you the rest of my life 4
The treatment was begun, and in.
bhree days the man returned, mar
relousiy transformed, and said that4
the 'desire for drug had left.~ Three 4
days later he again ireturned, and
rot only had he no eraving for the
cpiate, but his system was begin
ing to build up again and nstead 4
of the ohd depressed feeling' there 4
was a new bouya.ney and outlook in
Life. That man is knowna to mn
persons of Union to-day, but to
avoid the semblance of any "patent ~
medicine Ad'' his name is not given
now, though he came to Progress ~
ffice himself anad substantiated this ~
Hle saM~ that he began the drug ~
babit about six years ago when he
ook a morphine tablet for - tooth-1
ache. The appetite for the drag in- '
reased daily until for some time ~
past he has been spending from $15 ~
t $20 a month, practically every-t
hing that his family could make
above aetual necessities. He had ~
otten to the point where he wa.s a
aking sixty graimns of morphine a
lay, anta was even then miserable
md unfit to do anything. Since tak
ing Dr. Glymph 's preparation the S
desire has been entirely removed, ~
us family is able to save the money
ieretofore spent for the drug, ard ~
Le is feeling better than for many J
Dr. GIymph of course cannot give .
)ut his formula, but exqeets to do all 1:
1e can in the way of benefiting h.u- '
nanity and helpimg rid persons who a
aave been used 'to dope of their de- ~
ires ataslow acost as it is pos- F
sible for him to do it and yet have ~
some slight remuneration for the I
hought and expense he has been to I
in working out his diseovery.
Mr. Stubbe-What old days, Ma- r
Mrs. Sbabbs--Why, the days of ~
our grandparents when there wereb
so many brass knokers.
Mr. Stu.bbs-H'in! Maria, there
are plenty of knockers around' now
and all of them seem to have an
abundance of brass.-Chicago News.
RET.ATING TO SOHOOL AND)
CHURCH BUILDINGS, OTHER
PUBLIC BUILDINGS, PARKES,
THE GRO(UNDS THERBOF, AND
PRO VIDING FOR THE PRO
TECTION OF THE SAME.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and t
Aldermen of the Town of Newberry, '
South Carolina, in Council Assem
terest as well as ou
P We have had phenomen;
P to Newberry, and all on
P prices on goods th
Our prices remain the sa
Pand .we propose to kee
p lose if you fail
Our Mr. Blaustein is
ern Markets, we w
further to say
SSpecial Sale Friday
SFrom 11 to 11:20 Stan
dard Brand Corn and To
Pmatoes 5c. per can.
I. L. BLAUSTEIN, Mai
Section 1. That it shall be uin
twful for any person to loaf, loi
er or idle in, on, or about any - -
ehool building, or the grouinds' F iNrG THE EA
hereof, withiin the Town of New- I CEi E
erry, S. C., -Provided, that thiis PAYMtENT FG T
ection shall not apply to the offi- PAYMN OF EW
ers, teachers and employees of such TW FIX
ehool, or to the pupils thereof when OAROIdNA, FO]
eh pupils are actually engaged in YEAR, 1910.
eir duties as pupils. -
See. 2. It shall be unlawful for Be .it ordainded b:
ny person to enter in any manner Aldermeni of the Tc
ly school or church building With- South Carolina, in
th Town of Newberry, S. C., bled:
ithout having lawful busi?nes iThat for the pp
herein, or without having the eon- a revenue and in ti
ent of some person in lawful charge .aig power of th
f the said building to so enter. following taxes are
Sec. 3. That it shall be unlawful the fiscal year endir
r any person to cut, mutilate, in- 1910, upon all rea
tre, h'urt, mar, disfigure, efface or property within -thJ
estroy, in any manner whatsoever, its of 'the Town of
ny school building, ehure~h build- Carolina, (except
ig, or other pu.blie building, with- is exempt from ta:
a the Town of Newberry, S. C., or 1Constitution and
ny furniture, furnishings, fitrs State) upon the v
rnaments, decorations, .or other s asese for taa
roperty, located in any such build- and County purpos
ag, or any fence, tree or other Seetion 1. That
roperty, on the grounds of any coamts on eaeh one
ark or church or sehoo. building.- worth of real and'
Sec. 4. That any person violating~ within the corporal
bis Ordin'ance in any manner, shall, I Town of Newberry:
.pon conviction, be sentenced to (except sucia prope:
ay a fine of not more than One from taxation und
undred Dollars, or to be imprison" tion and Laws of
d in the Town Guardhouse, or to la- hereby levied fori
or upon the streets and -public raising a revenue 1
works of the said Town thirty days. dinary expenses of
[lis Ordinance shall take effeet of Newiberry, South
tamediately upon its ratification.- diseal year ending
Done and ratified under the Cor- 1910.
orate Seal of the Town of New- see. 2. That a te;
erry, S. C., the 15th day of March, of one mil'. on each
910. real and personal'
Cole L. Blease, the corporate limits
Mayor. Newiberry, South (
J. R. Scurry, Clerk. suh property as is
3-8-t- ation under the
1Laws of this State:
FARM[ FOR RENT. for the purpose of
I have a two-horse farm to rent nue to defray the
miles west of Newberry court house of said town for ti
n the Southern railroad known as Sec. 3. That a ta:
he J. J. Amiek plantation. Parties 'half mills on each
anting to renit apply to real and personLal
J. J. Amick, *the corporate limits
ard, .C., R. F. D. 1. JN4'b'erry, South(
5tock remains ap
1. It is to your in
rs to pay us a visit.
d success since coming
account of our having
at will move them
me as on opening day
p them so. ,We both
to trade here.
now in the North
11 have something
on his return.
Special Sale Saturday :
From 3 to 3:20 we will *
sell Octagon Soap at two.
bars for 5 cents.+
iager, Newberry, S. C.
suhAroeryEs sexempt from taxe
a ~~Jiaws of this state)isirylMd
- for the purpose of raiising i'evenue to
TE: AND PEE- 1pay 'ble interest nand createa sink-'
TIME FOR THE ing fund for the bonded indebted
AXES FR THEness of said Town for water works
BBEEY S'OTH and electric light plant.
BERY OUHSec. 4. That a tax of oe salleo
. THE FISCAL each donDax' worth -o realan
perponal1property within the corpora
-. ' ate limiti of the Town of Newberry
r the Mayor and South Carolina, (except siieh
ewn of Newberry, erty as is exempt fromn taxaition un
Council Assem- der the Constitution and Laws of,
State) is hereby levied for the
rpose of raising pose of raising revenue to pay
e exercise of the interest on the honkled inde
esaid Town, th of said Town for the sewerage sys
hereby levied for tem
g December 31st, Sec. 5. That a tax of one and one
Iand personal fourth mills oni eaeh doHar's woi
e corporate lim- of real and personal property within
Newberry, South the corporate limits of the Town of~
auch property as Nawberry, South Carolina, (4tep*
ation1 under the jsuch property as is AemTpt from
Las of this Itaxation under the Constitution and
aluation thereof Laws of this State) is hereby levied
~ation for State Jfor the purpose of raising a re-*
s-, viz.: ne -to pay the interest on and r
a tax of sixty ate a sinking fund for the bonded
hundred dollars indebtedness of the said .Town f<r
>ersonal property the* extension of the water and sew
e limits of the erage for the Town.
South Carolina, See. 6. That all taxes hIereim im
ty as is exempt posed or levied shall be paid to the
er thre Constitii- Isaid Town of Newberry, South (Jar
this State) is elina, in lawful money of the United
~he purpose of States of Ameries, between the fif
o defray the 0r- teenth day of October, 1910, and
the said Town : the first day of December, 1910,
Carolina, for the a pernalty of ten per ce~inum
D'ecember 31st, hereby imposed upon and shall
added to all taxes not paid prior to.
e of three-fourths the first day of Decemflber, 1910.
dollar's worth of See. 7. That execution shall be is
property within sued acoording to law for the col
of the Town of leetion of all taxes, fines and pen
laroik, (excejpt alties past due anid unpaid for if
exempt from tax- teen days, and the eosts of said ex-.
Constitution and eention.
is hereby levied Done and ratified under the cor
raising a reve porate seal of thre Town of Newber-2
bonded indebted. ry, South Carolina, on the 15th day ~
e Opera House. of March, A. D., 1910.
of two and one~- Cole L. Blease,
ollar's worth of Mayor.
property wikiMn J. R. Scurry,
of the Town of C. &T. Town ofNewberry, S. C.
aroina, (dreept 3-18-im./