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Entered at the Postoffice at New- K
6erry, S. C., as second class matter.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1905- f
Eleven Cents Per Pound. C
Cotton was selling yesterday at II
cents per pound. The farmers who
have been sticking to the action of the
Southern cotton association are now
reaping The benefits. IThey should
not, however, rush too much cotton
on tihe .market and cause the price to
go down. Let it be marketed so as to
keep up the demand. The price will
St. Paul's Edition.
The Herald and News today ap
pears in sixteen page form. Much of
'our space is -devoted to St. Paul's and
its thistory. The Luheran synod ot
-South Carolina will convene there
-tomorrow at 10 o'clock in its 81st an
This paper .may be called the St.
Paul's edition. <
The Heraid4 and News extends a
.cordial -welcome to -the members of
Not many of the members were in
the synod when it met at St. Paul's
37 years ago and; if it should be as
long until the next <meeting with this
historic church not many of these
will be at that convention. t
We trust our friends will enjoy this
issue of The Herald and News and
the special articles prepared for this
issue may be appreciated and that you
will also read the advertisements of
our enterprising merchants and bangs
and insurance men.
The photographs of the churh par- C
sonage, school house, and Mr. Sligh
were taken on last Tuesday by Rev.
W. L. Seabrook and to whom we are t
Ibe editor hopes to be witlh you a 4
~portion of the time this week but if he
Sis not his good wishes will attend you.
Some one has written an anony
mous letter to :bhe grand jury. They
f oremnan desires it stated that the
Sgrand jury oannot act on such evi
dence, but .if th~e anonyfnous corres
Spondent will come forward and give
the evidence or furnish iwitnesses .to
/substantiate what is written the
grand jury will act and act promptly.
TeBeggar2rince will be played in
Theopera house Friday, November 1o,
and .the price, of admission being only
25, 35, 50 and 75 cents. Everybody
can afford to go and enjoy tihie even
EDITORIAL. .. .... .... ...
SSpeaking of George Wasihington
SMurray, we -really don't see why mon
shouldn't keep a n.egro omr of the
pe tentiary as well as a white men.
And'ersoni Daily Mail.
Of course. ,A negnio has no business
Kinside 'of a white man anyway. I
- Of Newbe
State, County an d City
4 per cent. Interest on
Sings Department, Corm
January and July.
We solicit your Banking
-Our increase in growtt
~the past year nake us
ever to care for the intel
;A. CARLISLE, E. A. CARLI
Not Necessary To Post.
In answer to many inquiries we re
dy that it, is not necessary to. post
,our lands in order to keep off tres
>assers. The, legislature at ics last
ession very visely changed the law
a this matter. The act of the legisla
ure says: Any person or persons
ntering upon the lands of anotfher
or any one of the followin:g purposes
>f h'unting, fiAing, trapping, netting
ir gathering fruit, straw ior turf, vege
ables, herbs, or cutting timber on the
ame without the consent of the own
r or manager thereof, shall be deem
4 guilty of misdemeanor, and upon
onviction thereof shall pay a fine of
Lot more than twenty dollars, or be
mprisoned at hard labor not more
han thi'rty days for each and every
Not Too Late.
State Superintendent of Education
). B. Martin issued a circular recent
y from his -office urging schools in the
tate to plant trees upon -ch-eir grounds
)n A.rbor Day, November 3. How
nany of our teachers observed the re
uest of Mr. Martin? It is not too
ate yet to do this commendable ser
rice -to the. fulture and we hope all of
>ur -teachers have -obserevd or will
>bserve This duty. With very 'little
rouble and expense the bleak and bar
-en and rurnsightly g.rounds that sur
-ound many of the schol houses in
he county could be rendered very
)retty and attractive. Trees planted
ow!would in a very few years afford
Lmple shade, making more comfort
ble the play ground for the children.
. et our teachers not neglect this duty
hey owe to the future.
NOTICE DRAWING JURY.
Notice is hereby 'given .that we, the
indersigned Jury Commissioners for
iewberry Connty, South Carolina,
vill on -hoe i8th day of November,
905, at nine o'cl>ck a. m., in the office
f the Clerk of Court for said County
Lnd State, publicly draw thirty-six
urors to serve as petit jurymen for
he second week of the Court of Com
non Pl-eas fo~r Newberry County, S.
"., beginning December 4, 1905, and
:ontinuing for one week.
Jno. L. Epps,
Win. W. Cromer,
Jno. C. Goggans,
NovemJber- 7, 1905.
DELINQUENT TAX SALE.
state of South Carolina,
County of -Newberry.
By virtue of an executive to me di
-ected by Geo. B. Cromer, Esq., May
>r 'of 'the town 'o,f Newberry, S. C., I
ill se-li' on :Mondg, the 4th day of
~)ecember, 1905,- '(-sal'esday), at New
>erry Court House, -the following
One lot in rIlown of Newiberry as
;essed to Luecindea Satterwhite for
:ity axes for 1904, bounided by lands
f John Da'niel, Geo. Pressly, Rob't.
illiams an,d Jesse L. Burns.
Terms of sale: Cash. Purc'haser to
>ay for papers.
M. M. Bufo~rd,
Sheriff Newberry County.
November 1st. 19o5
. . $150,000
. . 150,000
. . . 60,000
?eposits in our Say
and patronage during
better prepared than
rest of our custorners.
181E, F. N. MARTIN,
C8asher. ASSI. Cashier.
The Fair and Squ
We offer the best of ever
Talk about saving money???
us-and you will allow no or
Store "THE GENUINE BAI
We live not for ourselves a
yotr money, even were ia of:
elsewhere" for every cent th:
Q. Klettner is not a fake a
"hustle" in an honest way fo
how we hold and constantly i
thanks! We have many wh
years, and are still with us.
and home" by trading with u
every purchase means an ac
2 pieces each. Silk wa&p
2 pieces each. Ladies' Mo]
2 pcs. each. Fine Dress C
300 Men's i.na Youth's 0'
150 Ladies' Jackets, Loni
,000 yds. of. Standard Pr
.SHOES.[ SHOESj--We I
line, the best and most stylisi
Yours for th
I Want my friends in
come and do their tra
ever had in the Coun
Jacob Epting, Dr Be
The Counts and their
and friends of mine f
with me he knew eve
a good joketo tell on
him. I want these go
will see that they hav
get the best Clothing
nishing Goods for thi
thing at PRICES that defy compt
why- --you ought have seen the happ
e to stop you "on the way side," un
LGAIN PALACE OF NEWBERR7
Jlone but our greatest joy is to makE
ered on a silver waiter unless we I
t you trade with us.
dvertiser, we don't fish for sucke
r reliable cutomers. Competition w
ncrease the number of customers.
) have traded with us for the past
A good many of these have saved a
, WHY NOT YOU? A small sal
cumulation of riches in a few yerrs.
Contemplate this poor dudel (one
smart alicks," prejudi.ed against u
vas tricked by others, tricked out
noney, and now stands pockets tur
ide out with the sad, sad express|
is face: Where! Oh where has my
We tickle no one for- his money.
'OME. We extend to you a cordia
L hearty velcome. We appreciate 3
)est to deserve your valuable patrc
nention a few of the many bargains
2 pieces Black Taffeta Silk, 36 ir
,1.25 per yd., our price 98c. yd.
2 pieces Black Taffeta, Silk, 36 in.,
er yd., our price 83c. yd.
2 pieces each. Ladies' Broadclc
.25 yd., - Klettner's Drice 89c.
Henrietta, extra wide, worth $1.00
air Brilliantine, 56 in., factory price
roods, first cost 65c., special pricel 4
rercoats worth $6.00, onr.cut price
Coats, 25 per cent. less than marn
ints, worth 6 1 -4c. per yd., going a
~ve the "cream of the market and t
production that can be manufactui
most goods for your money.
ting and o
the Dutch Folk section of
ding at my Store. Some <
y were down around St.
ley, The Wickers, The At
Pastor the Rev. J. A. Sligi
r many years and while L
ry man, woman and childi
them when they came to
>d Lutherans to continue I
e the best a$tention when t
;, Overcoats, Pants, Shoes
ir money that can be boug
tition and astonish everybody
y faces.of all who trade with
:ilI you'have reached Klettnet' s
(, S. C.
others happy. We don't want
ive you "Greater Value than
pocket-book now gone* to?
Cast aside your prejudice.
I invitation and assure you
rour trade and shall do our
nage. Here we can only
hat await your attention.
., advertised by otpers at
advertised by others at 98c.
th, 56 in., worth eierywhere
yd., 0. Klettner's price 78c.
$1.50, 0. Klettner's price 78c.
~tcnly 4 1--2c. yd,
he bargain of bargains in this
ed out of leather and iron.
Newberry County to
f the best customers I
Paul's Church; Major
ills, The Bedenbaughs,
, have been customers
ee('Doc") Boland was
n that country and had
buy their goods from'
rading at my store and
ey come and that they
,Hats and Men's Fur
ht and I will appreciate
rry S. C. Nov 6, 1905.