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Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Tuesday, February 21, 1911.
THE GOVERNOR'S VETO.
Gov. Blease vetoed twenty-five items
of the appropriation bill and was sus
tained by the senate in all but four.
It is the first time a governor has been
known to veto an appropriation bill.
The governor should 'have vetoed all
the items for new buildings at State
colleges. It would not have hurt the'
progress of the State for a little delay
in putting up the buildings. Instea
'he does not disturb the items for Win
throp and the Citadel.
There is need some one should call
a halt in the matter of piling up ap
propriations. The bill this year car
ries with it the biggest appropriations
for n4any years.
Senator Johnstone voted for the ap
propriations and to pass them over
the veto. So did Representative Kib
ler. Representatives Mower and
Wyche had come home.
There was ,iust a quorum present in
The trustees of the graded school
ce _a fine opportunity to do some
tbing toward beautifying grounds
around the Pope school building in
'Speers street. These grounds are in
terrible condition. Beautiful grounds
Well kept ar4 pat of an education.
These have the appearance of having
no friend to care for them.
Hon. Jno. G. Richards, Jr., railroad
commissioner and trustee of Clemson,
by election of the legislature, says the
legislative coinmittee to investigate
the two office holders didn't know
what they were talking about and he -
wants the sup.reme court- to pass on
it. That is proper, and we note the
governor has asked the attorney gen
eral to bring the issue before the
court. The legislature held all trus
-tees holding other offices were doing
so in violation of the constitution ex
cept life trustees and the legislature
should have gone ahead and elected
in such cases; but now the supreme
court will settle the whole matter and
it ,is .iust as well.
The record of crimes is 'being kept
up pretty well. Every paper carries
It is a strange fact, but it is true,
the average legislator and the intelli
gent one thinks he is not increasing
expenses so long as the levy is not
ridsed, YQu rnight increase the tax-1
able value double and spend twice as1
much money, but if you left the .levy
the) same he would tell you taxes had
not been increased. Funny, but true.I
WHY NOT DICKERT'S HISTORYT
Senator Sullivan, of Anderson,
witing the Daily Mail from Columbia,
under date of February 18, after giv
ing the supply bill for Anderson coun
ty, says: "I have had Anderson col
ing included in the list of colleges to
receive copies of U. R. Brooks' 'Bench
and Bar,' 'Butler's Cavalry,' and Rey
nolds' 'Reconstruction in South Caro
This, we presume, means thatth
State of South Carolina has bought
these books for free distribution to~
the colleges and libraries of the State.
We remember some years ago during
the life time of Col. Reynolds he tried
very hard to get the legislature to
purchase some of these books but fail
ed. We made an effort some years ago
to get the State to buy some copies
of Dickert's History of Kershaw's
Brigade, a very valuable contribution
to the history of the State, but failed.
In fact, an effort was twice made.
We think it is well for the State to!
encourage writers and publishers of
local history by purchasing copies to
put in college and public libraries. It
should give the same encouragemnft
to the small publisher that it does to
the richer and more influential. D)ick
et's book was gotton out by a coun
1;ry printer, while the three books
mentioned by Senator Sullivag were
gotten out by TM S:ate comp ny at
To The -Farmei
The Newberry Chamber of
to secure member#hip from t]
Chamber of Commerce is to
morally and industriously of
it shatl not be a town i
scope the advancement of th4
are the same. If the rural di
the town,-:an not prosper.
Our purpose is to secure in
tion of all the people of Newl
county have already identifiei
Commerce, ard we are anxio
member, we would be glad to
As Secretary I will be p14
take this means to extend to
when you are in town. We !
more that spirit of co-operatic
senator Sullivan writing to his
,ome paper,- the Anderson Daily Mail'
'I i trying hard to hold down ap
yrpriations, where it will do no
rm. I believe our educational in
~tutions (colleges) can wait awhile
-o more buildings. We, have been
exeedingly liberal towards them for,
w buildings the last four years and
r State levy haf's grown since thenI
Frm 4 1-2 mills to 5 3-4 mills, and
w we are threataned with. a 6 or 6
1-mill levy. As you know, no one ..
smore in favor of eaucation than I
t, but there should be a halt until
hState catches up. .The taxpayers
ve rights we should respect. After
hs year we can better appropriate
Fthese buildings and no one will be
rt, as they get along this year andI
1a wait another year."
lhe senator should remember also
tt not only has the levy increased,
she. states, but that: the assessed
tuation has also increased very maa
eially and the legislature has de
ied indirect means of raising rev
e. The appropriation bill is the
ne to watch.
f course the colleges could have(
aited another year for buildings. And
hmistake the governor made was.
nnot vetoing all of these extraordi
ary appropriations and he would
ave been sustained.
Tie 'people will be around some of
hse days and a deluge of votes will
weep over the fellows who are thusf
oing money for everything asked.
TO DRAW JURY.
otice is hereby giYmen that we, the -....
iersigned Jury Commissioners for outcry t4
werry County, S. C., will on the before t
i day of March, 1911, at 9 o'clock Town of
m.., in the office of the Clerk of counts,
art, openly and publicly draw the debts du
ames of twelve men who shall serve corporat
Grand Jurors for one year, and O. W. L
lo the names of thirty-six men who as know
hll serve as Petit Jurors for the fice of 3
ourt of General Sessions which will said tovw
ivene on March 20, 1911.
Jno. L. Epps,
Eug. S. Werts, 2-21-2t.
Jno. C. Goggans,
Jury Commissioners for Newberry
Cunty, S. C.
February 16, 1911. Mlany &
il answer emergency calls In con- If 'yor.
3etion with his office work. Special- you shc
Lis, morphine and other drug habits. ca:harti
Hours 9 to 1 forenoon; 4 to 8 after- relict a
noon. 10-.28-6mos and sor
NOTICE. a cure a
Notice is hereby given that on Mon- en; the
dy the sixth day of March, 1911, be- which tI
teen the. hours of 11 o'clock a. mn. We 1h
ad p. in. we wil sell at public jthe best
s of Newberry I
Commerce has made a special ra
Fie farmers of the county. The o:
ork for the best interests comm
the entire county, and it is in
yrganization, but that it shall
entire county of Newberry. 0
stricts surrounding the town do
this work the active and the hear
>erry county. A great many fart
I themselves with the Newberry (
us that more of them shall. If y<
have you becoie one.
ased to discuss the matter with
you a most cordial invitation to
iave a good county but we need
JNO. 8. MAYES
Secretary Chamber of Con
The Sacred Cai
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Newberry, S. C., all the ac- tee .that it sh
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ons to the assigned estate of tion. This pr<
Roy, a list of which, so far all Orderlies. E
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DR HIGHEST AIM
Is of Your Wants Today--We
il Them With Such Prompt
ss as to Please You.
ARE A FEW SAMPLES:
An unusually good farm, well watered and
out from one of the livest villages in New
3/2 miles from Whitmire. 300,000 feet of
a shame to price it at $5.oo per acre.
)nly two miles from Chappells-six room house
>ses. All for $1,200.
On.e mile from Silverstreet. One of the best
s in fle gqunty. Eight room residence and five
Going fr $45 per acre
t.-Two acres of land and nice home.
t.-One acre lot and two-story home.
St.-Old fashioned home and large lot.
St.-Five room house and lot 50X150.
1 St.-Seven room house and lot 50x150.
St.-Two homes with good sized lots.
I St.-Store and barber,shop.
t.-Valuable dwelling lot 104'150.
.-Four adjoining lots, each 50x150.
:ar Prosperity with fine residence. Will sell
lit in the heart of town. Will sell as dwelling
used as farm.
mece of Every Kind
esident. Paul S. Halfacre, Maaer
day, February 27
Lyman Twins I
LARGE COMPANY IN THEIR
ATEST COMEDY SUCCESS
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