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If it should come to pass that we are
to have a child labor law, as proposed
by the advocates of that scheme, there
will have to be an inspector to see that
the law is properly enforced. That will
cost some money and will be a nice, fat
job for somebody. It is all right to
have such an officer if we are to have
such a law, for it ought to be enforced,
but we cannot help but believe that
some of the loud-mouthed politicians
who have been crying themselves hoarse
over the "inhumanity of conditions"
had that job in view all the time. They
will be easily spotted after the legisla
ture gets in good working order. - Co
We do not claim to be better than
other people, but there are times when,
and there are cases in which we can
imagine that people advocate and work
for the common weal without purely
selfish and personal motives. At least
without the hope of pecuniary benefit.
We believe there are people who are
sometimes termed politicians who are
in favor of a Bll to protect the children
of the State, and who take that posi
tion from patriotic motives and with a
view solely to the betterment of the
people and the elevation of the future
citizenship of the State. We would
hate to see in every position and act of
our public meni purely and only sordid
motives. Why should it be necessary
to have an officer to see to the enforce
ment of a child labor law? The mill
men in this State, so far as our knowl
edge goes, are law-abiding citizens, and
we believe would regard the statutes of
the State. There ar3 many laws on the
statute books of this State forbidding
certain things and fixing a penalty, and
yet there are no special officers to see
to their enforcement. If a law were
passed by the legislature forbidding
child labor in our mills, it would be as
well enforced without a special officer
with a fat job as it would be with such
an officer, if not better.
The law on child labor in Connecticut
is contained in one sentence, and in a
letter from a State official it is stated
the "law is itrictly enforced, and I feel
confident meets with the almost univer
sal approval of our citizens." Section
4704 of the general statutes of Connec
ticut, revision of 1902 reads: "No child
under fourteen years of age shall be
'employed in any mechanical, mercan
tile or manufacturing -establishment."
- That is plain and simple and scarcely
admits of misconstruction and there is
no provision for a fat job for any loud
mouthed politician, and yet we are told
it is strictly enforced and meets the al
most universal approval of all the peo
ple. Are we to act on the presumption
that our people are more lawless than
the people of Connecticut, so much so
that afat job would have toube pro
vided for some loud-mouthed politician
in order to have the law enforced? ' We
do not believe it. A wise law that
would be fair to the mill owner and to
the operative, as well as have for its
purpose the highest development of the
child, and at the same time have in
view the making of the highest type of
citizenship would meet the endorsement
of our people, and would be observed
and enforced without providing a soft
berth for some loud-mouthed politician.
We would be glad if every citizen of
the county would drive over the street
from Jamieson's corner to the Baptist
church up Caldwell street and compare
its present condition with the condition
a'few weeks ago when it was almost
impassable and about on a par with the
average country road. In many parts
of the county the material is right at
hand to turn the roads into the condi
tion of this street with a very small
cost, if the machinery were tought by
We have the rock and the sand and
the clay right by the roadside to make
good roads. Of course we cannot get
the country roads throughout the county
in the condition of this street, but with
the 'proper outfit and a little money and
the business management which should
be exercised in the county affairs, we
can have great. improvement in our
highways. If we had good roads the
money invested in them would pay the
biggest dividends to our farmers of any
money they could be called on' to put4
out for the publicgod. They are great
time savers, horse and vehicle preserv
ers and money makers-good roads.
"On page 108 of Col. Dickert's His- C
tory of Kershaw's Brigade, the namei
of J. Crakeford, Captain Co. E., think (
it should be Drakeford. Same page ?
Captain Co. G appears the name of "J. I
Friesdale," should be J. E. Truesdel. I
There was no such person in the com
pany es "Friesdale."' On page 545, ]
Adjutant E. E. Sill,-instead E. C. Sill. (
On pae 549, Co. G. Lieutenants, should
red. R. Cantey instead Cantley, Ser- .
eats, J. E. Truesdei instead 'Tues- 1
de." S. J. Benton instead F. J. I
Privates, all names spelt "Tuesdel" I
should be Truesdel. Btween pages
408 and 409 apper engravingofJ
E. Tuesdale, the nme should be spelt t
Truesdel, and the title of captain C
The above corrections are made at.
the suggestion of one who knows. It
is almost impossible to get names all b
eretwhen the rolls in Columbia are's
so incomplete, and we would be glad
to have any corrections which may bet
noticed by any one in possession of jo
the facts. If the records are not cor-b
reeted now it will soon be too late. c
Experience and observation ares
our brest teachers, hence the necessity
to visit the next State Fair.c
Arsg orpaseryt te dc
Arr3An youar State Fary atottend
the Oct4th oa 3Stt FaraPClm
iTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
.ndrew J. S. Langford, in his own
right and as Executor, and Milton A.
Carlisle, as Executor, of William
Langford, deceased, Plaintiff,
Malinda Higgins, et al., Defendants.
Y ORDER OF THE COURT HERE
Bin, I will sell at public outcry, be
.ore the Court House, at Newberry,
within the legal hours of sale, on the
irst Monday in November, 1902, all the
eal estate in the town of Newberry
ub-divided into lots as will appear by
)lat which is now on file in the Master's
ffice, and which plat will be exhibited
)n day of sale, the same -being Lots
gos. 8, 5, 16, 17, 18, 26, 25, 24, 40, 41,
13, 44, 45, 47, 48, 49. Also all the real
estate known as the "Crawford Land"
situated in the town of Newberry, sub
:ivided into lots as will will appear by
plat now on file in the Master s office
and will be exhibited on day of sale, the
same being Lots Nos. 4, 7, 12, 13, 14.
Terms of sale-The town lots in New
berry will be sold for one-half cash,
balance in one year, with interest from
day of sale, to be secured by bond of
the purchaser and a mortgage of the
premises sold. Purchasers to pay for
papers. H. H. RIKARD,
Master's Office, Oct. 7th, 1902.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
attie A. Cook, in her own right and
as Administratrix of George A. Cook,
Keron H. Cook,hn L. Cook, Nancy
E. Cook, Ella Epting and Emma Gar
BY ORRER OF THE COURT HERE
in, I will sell at public outcry be
fore the Court House, at Newberry,
within the legal hours of sale, on sale
day in November, 1902, all that tract
of land lying and being in the county
and State aforesaid and containing
Sixty-five Acres,.more or less, bounded
south by lands of Pierce Wicker, north
bf lands of A. M. Dominick and west
by public road from Newberry to Pros
Terms of sale-One-third of the pur
chase money to be paid in cash, the
balance twelve months from day of
sale, with interest from day of sale,
the credit portion to be secured by bond
of the purchaser and a mortgage of the
premises sold. Purchaser to pay for
papers. H. H.RIKARD,
Master's Office, Oct. 1902.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
John C. Goggans, as Clerk of Court for
Newberry County, Administrator de
. bonis non of Jerusha A. Henson, de
Hartwell H. Henson, et al., Defendants.
B)Y ORDER OF THE COURT HERE
Lin, I will sell to the highest bidder
before the Court House, at Newberry,
S. C., within the legal hours of sale on
salesday, the first M~onday in Novem
ber, 1902, all that tract or plantation of
land, lying and being situate in New
berry County, State aforesaid, contain
ing six hundred and eighty and 7-10
(680 7-10) acres, more or less, belong
ing to the estate of Jerusha A. Hen
son, deceased, and bounded by lands of
the estate of Jamues J. Reeder, deceased,
C., N. & L. Railroad, Ninet-Six road,
Lands of J. A. Dominick, W. L. Gary,
J. C. Gary, I. M. Smith and the public
road leading to Newberry Court House.
Said land lies in and near. the Town of
Kinard's, and will be sold in five tracts,
plats of which are now on file for in
3 ecton in the office of~ the Clerk of
Terms of sale-One-third of the pur
chase money to be paid in cash, the
balance on a credit of one and two
years from day of sale with -interest,
eredit portions to be secured by bond
af the purchaser with mortgage of the
premises sold, with leave to the pur
:haser to anticipate his payments in
whole or in part. Purchaser to pay for
stamps and papers.
H. H. RIKARD,
Master Newberry County, S. C.
Master's Office, Oct. 10, 1902.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NE WBERRY-IN
Emmett Cabaniss, Plaintiff,
'he Newberry Hanlead Shuttle Coin
BORDER OF THE~ COURT
herein, I will sell at public outcry
it Newberry, S. C., within the legal
iours of sale, on the first Monday
salesday) in November, 1902, to the
ighest bidder (unless sold before that
me at private sale) the following de
~cribed personal property, to-wit:
One 11x16 Atlas Automatic Side
3rank Steam Engine; one 54x14 Atlas
lubular Boiler, manufactured by the
tlas Engine Works; 100 feet of shaft
ng 27-16; Four Comp Couplings 27-16;
)ne Pipe Wrench 15 inches; One No. 2
tutomatic Horizontal boring Machine,
tomplete; one No. 6 Improved Disc
sand-papering Machine, complete; one
shaphn Automatic Handle Lathe; one
o. 1 Improved Chucking and Tenon
ng Machine, complete; one No. 1 Im
roved Spoke and Handle Blank Saw,
omplete; one No. 3 patent heavy power
~eeer Ripping Saw, complete; one No.
Iron frame short Los Saw Mill and
eeder, complete; one Conqueror Saw
wage, suitable for setting the teeth
a the above '48-inch saw; one No. 1
mproved Drag Sawing Machine, con
lete; Defiance Emery Wheel 2+x14
rches; one Emery Wheel 14 inch.; one
Iuntington Emery Dressing Tool, with
wo sets of wheels; manufactured pro
ucts and raw material.
Terms of Sale of Above Personal
y said order of the Court herein, I
n also sell at public outcry at New
erry, S. C., within the legal hours of
ale on said first Monday (salesday) in
lovember, 1902, to the highest bidder
be following described real estate,
>wit: All that tract, piece or parcel
f land, situate in the town of New
erry, County and State aforesaid,
ntaining Two and 16-100 Acres, more
r less, bounded by Pope street, C., N.
L. Railroad, C. J. Purcell and others,
aid land to be sold in three or more
>Trs o aeo adRa sae
e-third caleho and ebalancetate
nedthr ofs one ya,wth bantes foma
redi of sale ar, with rateregt pro
yt ofser am the rete oiotoe
mt sered a note the dtpurchasero
iecd b a moge of the purserd
nwakoone en now far nonneo
Men's, Bous' aid C
B OUGHT AT less than
Biggest Clothing Sale eve
every Clothing buyer can
greatest price reduction.
must be sold in the next E
it may. No such CIothin
tempted in Newberry. it
ONE HUNDRED MILES TO BUr
500 Men's Nice Cheviot Suits,
$3.98 worth $6.50.
500 Men's Nice Heavy Cheviot
Suits, $5.00 worth $8.00.
350 Men's Suits goes on sale at h
$6.75 worth $10.00.
300 Men's Suits goes on sale at ~
$9.00 worth $1l2.50.
200 Men's Suits goes on sale at
A DIG LOT YC
Ages 15 to 19, To Go'(
TSISHTs AN OPPORTUITY
roney. Over athot
ed, ages 6 to i 5. 1 ca - ave you fro
Knee Suit you buy of us. Five hund
at half price. Thousands of clever I
Up -to-date, Clean, New Goods there
and that is at
We Sell Everything that Men,
___________ AN ORDI
To Levy aTa
I Swap Foxnary Town
SwampFox*for the Fin
Chill and 3lst, 1902
Meet the Ir
I bE IT ORDAINED
A or and Aldermen o
.. m. 2 Newberry, S. C., in C<
+wit' w -I$ia. and by authority of thi
-.i~ A e or P'ear. o SECTION I. That a ti
-o~nui a i on ' ie e- T on each One Hundred:
t ''e -- .. w' 'n & Real and Personal proj
*.t 1No. We re ' [eof Newberry, S. C..(
- :' bt: ,' i- en -- a perty of churches anm
f,..vv 1V. ~learnmng), is hereby le
a ca - paid into the treasury
~ ~ ~*.*- -..* to be used for ordimar
h4ti I ia l e sE.I.That A tax
0 r n .* w - 1 wblars worth of Real and
f h~ dt -~J.~*' ty in the Town of New
word' -II >0fl -. cept the property of ci
W~ t'11U' k"v ~tutions of learning),1
ipt *>:v f. or any- and shal be paid int
the interest on the Opx
SEC. III. That the ta
-- - ------- shall be paid to the Cie
of the said Town in lav
GiLDER & WEEKS, Unted rStates, from h
PA RTICULAR PHA RMACISTS. 99coert3 he1t
CORNER "EUG STO1RE. SEC. IV. That after
- NEW ERY S. '-percembershall beadde.
b~. ____________________ I Done and ratified un<
ate Seal of
[SEAL] this the 7th d
rhe Newberry Warehouse Co. AestS. LANGFORD,
are now ready to store Cotton.
Parties storing Cotton can draw (*!
MONEY on receipt. All ar- wk~ u
UBBmns aebenmd ERoi~ Si'.!Ps
- 5e pei :i us
merebants marking out
ano-amante have been made. Newberry, S. C., Ruw
L1J G H
50c. on the DOLLA
)ct. 11, we start the R
r held in Newberry, and
have ful benefit of the
This big lot of Clothing
1O days, let it bring what
( Sale has ever been at
will pay you to come
YOUR SUIT OR OVERCOAT
$10 worth $15 and $18,
400 Men's Overcoats, the price
is $3.50 worth $5.
400 Men's Overcoats, the price
is $4.98 worth $7.
300 Men's Overcoats, -the price
is $7 worth $10.
1 25 Men's Overcoats, the price
.is $9.75 worth $1 4.
IT WS SUITS
)n Sale at Half Price.
to buy ai Fire Suit for a little
isand Boy's Knee Suits just I;nd
mn 50c. to $2.00 on eve-ry Boy 's
red pairs Boy's Odd Kntee Pants
uyers have b~ arned if they want
Sis only one place to finci th&m
Women and Children Wear.
NANCE iE O VE.
TilEJTAX BOOKS FOR NEW
x fo Ord~ . rry Counhty will be opIIeI for
Pur poses to) iJmeneing Januar 1r. 19u2 he 15 h
da:, of Octo''-er, 1902, -r'cd wil r- main
scal Year opr untii rh 31-t aa of December,
)ecenb2r1902. The following is he levy:
Pe emb: So sate purposeStis .
!, and to.Y. oirry County en~-"s, 2si
iterest on 30"ia 2.uit mill.
t House TntaI0l m '!'in e. iis
where uin addiibooa rail retvd and so cc
al schrool tax hns been; lvied a.s follows:
BY THE MAYT- Tow nshiy No. 1. for rait rea"s. 2mil s.
f the Town ofTonhipNo8 rra:od2 ml
>Ucil assembled, Township No 9 . fr ra1roii..2~ mil
s same: Ne &-e soo l Dstriet, in Ten~
ix of Sixty Cents of N -.r y. 3 m' S.
Dollars worth or Ut ia,N. 10, 2 m 3
>erty inthe Town Pros'cty,. 14. 2 mii1k
except the pro- Bi' ( reelk, No. 20. 2 iils
Iinstitutions of E r .3 i4
vied and shall be EXI-. or N. 39, 2 mnills
of the said town, W mr , No 2. 92 nalls.
Stown purposes. LiteMounti, N> 30. i.
of Seven and a . t. Lus r, No 3. 3 l .
e dudredDol-A special tax of one dollar hes heen
Personal roper- * a afl ma' cit.iz *;s b'4tveen the
bery, s. ex- sa of 21 a.d60 years except those
s hereby levied ~~fP ~~JNO. L EPPS,
the treasury of County Treasurer.
urpose of paying - ______
axTer~ oed LAND FOR SAL d.
vfl ony f he N SALESDAY IN NOVEMBER.
he 10th dlay of next, unless sooner sold_at private
day of Decem- sale, I will offer for sale before the
Court House, at Newberry, S. C.,
the 10th day of within legal hours of sale, the follow
lty of ten ~(10) ing described tract of land: "All that
1 to all taxes in tract or plantation of land situate in
Newberry County, in the State of
er the Corpor- South Carolina, containing two hundred
he said Town and eighty-nine 93-100 acres, more or
aof October' less, and bounded by lands of, or form
ay , erly of, the estate of Asa Darby, Moor
LETTN ER, man Rutf, John A. Cromer and Ange-f
Mayor. lina C. Caldweli.'' TQrrns of sale one
thr cash and balance in three annual
N installments with interest from day of
---. sale at eight per cent. per annum, to,
- ~n - Yi. ') be secured by bond or notes of pur
. I, '.. chaser and mnortgage of premises sold.
tit J p. 'oo GEO. Y. HUNTER,
-r *j:: M,- Agent for .Owner,
S.-,. ... Prosperity. S. C.
C e al
-, BUC 'S
' Buck's Tra
; on a Stove is a i
THE GREAT WHITE
Bakes. Boils, Broils, F
On the l
IT'S A PERPHCT
CLAY "RODSTER" i
AND A GREAT to
LAB*R SAVER. Ia
NEWSBRIY HARDWA3.E CO.,
You can save 5 to 10
cents by giving us your
subscription to any of
the following rnaga
Harper's Bazar, I
and others, at
Ineetpaid ondeposi's ithSavingssc
patment a~ uheat of 4 pes tacent.
OF NEWBERtRY, S. C. bet
CAPITAL --- 550,000 00
We t.ransacr a &general Bankiog bu..i
ae and!r co:.ielt the "secounr s of iodi- Towr
iuals, ti'.41' :r2d co)rlora'iloos. will t
GEo. W. SUMMER L. WN. FLOYn.
GEO. S. MOWER. P C. SMITH.
A... (-IBSON. W 11. 1BICNTr
. R. , l'. --[id nt,
VicePresident. C~ hie p~
ice and for
it's a goode
toasts and Stews
With this set of plows, by Mallory's
ode you can prepare your land 10 to
doine e s etime than it would take
turn it broadcast 4 to 5 inches deep.
Ifdeep plowing pays, -I snaing
ys, -If keeping your land -from
shing up pays, -By using the Mal
ry Plow you will get pay four times,
id a dozen times more satisfaction
an you ever got in farming.
For catalogae giving ful[ details,
eOs, modes and prices address,
SNEWBERRY, S. C.
'E AND BARLEY!
E. Pelham &Soim
/rs. R. C. Williams
Sladies of Newberry
di vicinity that she
3 opened an Ex
rnge for the pur
se or exchange of Ia
~', children's and men's
and hand clothing, and
cits their patronage.
ersons on business will
ise call at the Exchange,
twell Hotel, first floor,
ween9 a m.and4 p. m..
JY ONE TRESPASSING UPON
lands of the undersigned in No. 9
ship, by oird hunting or otherwise,
John W. Wise.
James A. Wise.
G. L. Wise.
W. M. Wise.
W. B. Wise.
Fannie E. Bedenbaugh.
J. L Hunter.
speritv. S. C.. QeL. 1. tqO2~