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The Herald and News
Entered at the PostofTiCi * .?!
<rry, S. C., as 2-xl class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR
Tuesday, October 7, 1913.
The purpose of putting up a sign ,
should be for it to be read. We have
wondered if the authorities who put
up the signs to slow clown to four .
miles the hour Wanted the sig.:s read.
We mean the automobile signs. You
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have'good eyes io*see what they are. '
If signs are to be put up for the drivers
to be governed by why not make
them so that they could be read at
least at a distance of twenty feet. We
are satisfied that the great majority j
of the drivers have not yet even seen
the signs because no one?at least j
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not one in twenty u?,?o au(r
:"on to them. Maybe they were meant j
not to be seen. If so we apologize for J
calling attention to them.
Talking about signs and stopping
ordinances, we would like to suggest
an amendment to the notice at the j
corner of Caldwell and Main street
so as to make the sign read: "Stop befnrp
rrnssin?." There is very little
good in stopping after you have cross- |
ed the street, as a great many driv- |
It is getting time to be thinking
about a city council. The election,
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nas Deen oraerea. i ne city neeas a :
live progressive administration. And
remember that when we elect this time
it is for a term of two years. The
city needs an administration that will
do things. 'And there is lots to be
c agicc wiiii ujc .\cnucu ?
Herald and News that every town'
needs a booster's club, but if every
'own could organize a booster's club
as easily as it organizes a boozer's
elub progress would be wrii in large,
letters all over toe State.?Dillon :
It could be done just as easy. What
is needed in each community is one
or two real live me.i- who are interested
in the commercial life of the
'own and who are willing to give jus:
i little of their time to the general
welfare. We must believe those two
nr three live men live in Newberry
- nd that they will come forward and |
lead. They are in other towns. Why
->r?t Vpwhprrv? It is iufit as eood as 1
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'he best and so are the people. Come
forward. The call is to you.
The legislature of Tennessee was
called in extra session to pass some
more drastic liquor laws. It failed to
nass any law and almost adjourned in
a row. Since then the criminal judges
of someV of the larger cities have gone j
to work to see th^t the present laws
are enforced' and the liquor dealers
are going out of business rapidly. We
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is not more law that we need but the
enforcement of the law that is already
on the books. And not"only toe liquor
laws but some others.
Abe Martin says: "I reckon ther'll j
^llus be a few girls that prefer a nar- j
"ow buggy an' hoss that knows the !
The News and Courier says tftat it
:s now possible to' see through woman's
clothes, but mose of us are still
nable to see through woman.
A New Hampshire woman has been
"ound who flagged a train with her
etticoat. And this has led an exchange
to remark: "So, then, there is j
All three of the above paragraphs
occurred in one issue of the Greenj
vood Journal. "What do you know
We beg the privilege once more to
' all attention to the condition Qf
"tosemont cemetery and to ask the
;ood women of Xewberry if they will
lot take tho narter in 'hand and-see
f something cannot be done to get
somebody interested in doing something
to make it look like there was
:nmphndv in Ypwhprrv whn mrpr? fnr
he loved ones gone before. From the
ondition of the driveways it looks as
f the county's big scrape had been
over them and left all the grass s.nd
rubba^o I'rom the ditches piled in !
tnnm ill thi> Pi.ntrP nt t h fll'lV*'
ways. The w.iiole thi::g is a reflection !
upon and a disgrace to a Christian j
and a civilized community. We don't
know who is supposed to be in charge,
but we do know that somebody ought
to be in charge. Tne thing is beyond
adequate description. We ihought
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of the community interested and that
they might do something with the
men. You may be too busy just now
making money to stop and look after
places like this, but let us tell you,
some time in the not distant future
you will have to put aside this thing
of making money and you will be
hauled over and laid away in this
same spot. You would like to feel
that those you leave behind will think
of you occasionally after you are gone.
Why net you take some thought of
c-hose who have preceded you just a
"Editing a newspaper is a man's
game?you keep out," quotes The
Rock Hill Record, which we hope has
no reference to us. We are already 011
the job and would hate to be excluded
by our brothers so early in our career.
Don't you worry, little girl, you are
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and your bretlrren are not going to
DIVERS SEEK TREASURE.
Chest of Gold That Sank in 1820 ,
3Iay be Recovered.
Paris Cablegram to the St. Louis Republic.
Untold lost treasures, lost a: sea I
in 1820, are now being sought Sy the,
latest development of physiological
science and the enterprise is siirring
up France from centre to circumference.
T ? rtl Vi yiA^tr>iivnn + -vr* K An 1 A I
iu uaic, tiuu, lcsiauiaiu, un uumtvard.
Champs Elysees and Avenue Des !
Accacias, nothing is being talked of bu* j
the lost treasures of the Bay of Bis- j
It has a special interest for Amer- ,
icans. The lost treasure came from |
America; the ship which bore it sailed j
from America. The basis of the treas- j
lire story is briefly 'this:
- During the French revolution t! e
Count de Saint Paul, instead of fly- '
ing to England like most of the emigres.
went to America. There he grew
enormously wealthy, and with his
waalth he decided to return tQ his native
land. For, though he liked the
country which ->ad given him oppor- 1
tunity and hospitality, a proud beauty
of Brittany held his heart captive. i
So he resolved to return ?nu place
his heart and fortune at the feet of
her whose dark eyes haunted him in
all his wanderings.
Hand - tailor*
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No extra charges
to yout individua
1109 Caldwell St.
His wealth consisted of precious
stcncs, mostly diamonds. and gold
bars. All w>re carefully packed away
in an enormous coffer especially con
structed for the treasure. Tlie conn* j
chartered a three-masted schooner, Lo ;
Jeune Henri, to carry homo his dia- .
monds and gold.
Their vali ? is said to have been at
i least ?30.000.000. The good ship
j weathered all storms until it reached
! the Bay of Biscay, in rhe vicinity of
the Island of Oleron. off the -hor-- of
H^-e, within sight of tho Port of St. <
. Denis, the good ship Le Jenne Henri j
was wrecked, and with it the fortune i
of Count de Salm Paul. Within sight
of land a mutiny broke out. Some of !
the rough sailormen, maddened wito.j
vigil, work and rum, wanted to con- j
fiscate the mysterious treasure in the j
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The captain was a fierce man, who 1
knew no parley but the pistol. The na- j
tives say he armed himself with all the jj
I pistols in his armory, and he and his !
mate and his first officer shot and;;
killed murderous mutineers until there '
wer hardly any left to be drowned I
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And the inhabitants base their s^ate- j
ment upon -the tradition that the jj
bodies of the sailors washed ashore 1
were riddled with bullets.
Happily for himself, the Count de j
Saint Paul was delayed in the New;
World to purchase some presents for Ji
his lady love in Brittany. This saved
Jh-is life. He took passage by another I
steamer, oniv to learn when he reached
Brest of the wreck of all his fortune
The woman wno, more uian au^uuu^ i,
else, is pressing this search for the!
lost treasure, is Mile Guillard de Saint1
Paul a collateral descendant of the
I Brains in Football.
| October Outing.
There is no combating the states- j
men that the "good big man" is bet- j
ter than the "good little man," but in i
| every case wherein the good big man (
I has made one of those tremendous
I reputaripns that belong to a Heffelfinger,
a Coy, a Glass, a Hare, a Shealin,
a Bomeister, a Cutts, a Blagden or
to any of the men who have boasted
J of tremendous physique, that physi- >
que ihas been topped with both brains i
and courage. Indeed, in football, j
j brains are inseparable from courage,!
for the mere playing 01 me ga.uc ni |
an aimless, blind fury has never pro- r
duced high class football. jj
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Sharon, October 2.?The Miller j
school will be taught this year by Miss I
Felicia Spearman, of Newberry.
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The annual meeting of the stock- :
holders of the Columbia, Xewbarrv I
and Laurens Railroad company will ::
be held at the company's office, Xo.
j 1124 Taylor street,- Columbia, S. C.,
at 12 o'clock, m., October 21st, 1913.
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We want you
words, but will
I come and purch
ever, and the pr
you can buy the
er than elsewhei
quality, down 01
Sizes 34 to 42 pc
, Guaranteed rubb
Ladies' rain coat;
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Ladies' long dres
If you want a
and have one m
to a citv and bu
Come in and
18 bars Laun<
3 boxes Sear
13 boxes Golc
3 sticks Blue
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We wish to <
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The best for t
We now have
rlnoe fKp rpst.
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They are go<
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to reaa mis 11111
mean money to
ase. We have a
ices are the same,
same quality as c
. w is
up to the mir
i the bottom in pi
er rain coats, 54 in. long .
5, full length
s coats, latent styles
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an siyics aiiu pntcs.
real nice suit, we
ade to fit cheapei
ly a hand-me-dow
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cle this week
:all your attentii
Knives and Foi
he least money.
: a-plenty of our i
get to ask
od for a set of
e ad, not many I \
you if you will 1
fuller stock than I
that means that I
:heap and cheap- i 1
lute in style and I
nee, viz: I
$2.98 to $20.00 I
$1.00 to $7.00
1_ $4.50 1
-.. $1.35 to $2.50 I ^
$2.50 to $15 00 I
$2.50 up I
will measure you I
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i you the rest
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3 for - 25c | |
an to our Table I
ks, and Kitchen i
amous Shoe Pol- I
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for Receipts. I ]
Silver Spoons. I 4
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