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E. a. AULL, VDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C., as second class matter.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1905.
Consolidation di Schools.
One remedy for the lack of trained
teachers and the dearth of scholars
where teachers can be found for the
small district schools is the consoli
dation of sparsely peopled school dis
tri:ts. The consolidation is now go
ing on in states which represent over
half the population of the country and
stretch from the Atlantic to the Pa
cific. The plan is to unite two or
more feeble schools and provide
transportation for children living at a
The advantages of the system ol
consolidation are evident. It srbsti
tutes for a mixed ungraded school in
a poorly ventilated rootn with a sin
gle underpaid teacher a graded school
in a suitable building with Todern ap
pliances for giving instruction and
competent teachers. Wherever cer
tralization has been carried out ani
given time to develop it is found thai
it decreases the per capita cost of ed
ucation and gives !nger school years
and better teachers an1 equipments.
The old t-me district swno-)l was seen
at its best where the inhabitants were
settled in proximity. The extensi'on
of roads has distributed the popula
tion, and the modern improvement
of roads makes it possible to gather
the children from widely scattered
homes to a central point for lessons.
We publish in another column oi
his paper a thoughtful article from
the New York Sun on the experi
ment of consolidated schools in sev
eral states. It is found cheaper for
the 'state and better for the children
'tb have these consolidated 'schools
even w1hiere it is necessary to p-rovide
transportation. In fact it has been
tried in several counties in this state
and is wor.kinig beautifully. It gives
all the advantages of good school
*houses, well equipped teachers and
'lessens the costr.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLE
MENT AND DISCHARGE.
Nbtice is hereby given that the un
dersigned will mnkke a final settlement
as Executor on the estate of Minta
Titus, ,deceased, in the Probate
Court for 'Newberry county on the
29th day of iDecem1ber, 19o5, at II
o'clock a. m. All persons holding
~claims against .the said estate will
present the same d.uly ~attested 'by
said date and all persons indebted to
tihe said estate will make payment.
Jno. B. Morgan,
jWHEN yo,n have a watch or a clock
or a piece of jewelry that you want
repaired dona't forget to consult with
me before y'ou have your work done.
W. B. Rikard, Jeweler
at T.he Herald and News Office.
EarhaPdt, Stewat Wels *gs
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15
IMATINEE AND NIGHT
A DAUGHTER OF THE SOUTH
And a Company of well known New
York players in the Exquisite
THE PLAYER MAID
BY LOUIS MALLOY
The Play that took New York by Storm
Prices 25, 50, 75 and $1.00
Tickets on sale at Gilder, Weeks &
By special arrangement Miss Davis
will give a special Matinee at 3 o'clock
in the afternoon for the benefit of
those who cannot attend the night per
formance. Matinee prices 50 cents to
all parts of the house.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLE-'
MENT AND DISCHARGE.
Notice is :hereby given .that the un
dersigned will make a fin-al settlement
as Executors on the estate of Henry
Shealy, deceased, in the Probate
Court for Newberry county .on the
151h day of December, 19o5, at Ii
o'clock a. m. All persons hiol-ding
claims against the said estate will
present bhe same duly attested by
said date and all persons indebted to
the said estate will make payment.
B. F. Shealy,
3. A. Shealy,
I will sell to the 'highest bidder for
casth on November 29th, 1905 at the
farm of Eduard Scholtz 4 Jersey milch
cows, 3 heifers, 2 mules -and i brood
mare. Also farming imiplements.
Sale starts at ii o'clock a. m.
John H. Chappell.
Farm containing 476 acres situated
in Union and Newberry counties, six
miles from Shelton (Sou. Ry.) and
seven miles -from Whitmire, (S. A.
L. Ry.). Nice home an.d five tenant
houses, balrns, aetc. Fine timber and
farm lands. $io.oo per acre. Further
informa'tion call or write,
Jos. E. Leach, Attorney,
Columbia, S. C.
State of South Carolina,
County of Newberry.
Gou.rt of Comon Pleas.
J. W. Norwood, Plaintiff,
James M. Henderson and M:rs. Bes
sie Richa-rds, Defen,dants.
By order of the court herein, I will
sell before the Court House at New
berry, S. C., on salesday in Decem
ber, to' the -highest bidder, witlh-ii. the
legal 'hours of sale that certain tract
or plantation of land lying and 'being
situate in Newberry County, state
aforesaid, containing Seven Hundred
and Six and one-fourth acres, more
or less, bounded by the lands now be
1-ongng to 'no. G. Wolling, Jr., for
merly of Sarah E. T. Ohick, lands of
Hayne W. McCracken, M. F. Bymum,
Samuel P. Crotwell and Enoree river.
TIerms' of sale: One third of tlhe
purchase mon-ey to be pai-d in cash,
the balance in one and two equal an
nual inst.allments, 'to be secu-red by
bond of The purenaser and mortgage
of the preni.,es, inrterest on the credit
portion to be at the rate of eight per
cent per anntam an<d payable annually;
w.ith leave t~ iirehasea. to anticipate
paymn.:ns. ih!ole or in part. Pur
cha-ser to~ pay fo'r papeCrs.
1!. H. Eikard. Master.
Newberry, S. C., November 10, 19o5.
I try to get the newest things in
Hats as soon as the manufacturers stow
them. To illustrate more fully what I
mean, when "Hawes'' shows me his
new styles for spring in October, I ask
i they cannot give them to me earlier
so 'hat my customers Can have them in
November and December if they want
Ithem, so as to be wea'ring them before
other people get them. I have just re
ceived the latest things in "Hjavwes" in
bth STIFF AND SOFT HATS, and
Fall Alpine which has been, so
much admired by our friends.
I also have ai the newest styles in
John B. Stetson's. the greatest Ameii
can manufacturer of fine Hats.
In these are included Stetson's self I
conforming Black Stiff Hats, the Go
jumbia, the Dakota, the New Al' ine,
the new style young men's Black are
Soft Hats, and made for the best trade.
Come to see me for your Hats, the
greatest line in the city.
NThewr, . C., Nov. 9, 190i
All of the LatE
Latest and St;
Our Dress MC
mings show ri
tion. We app
berry, City at
be convinced that we a
C. & Q.S.
We want tlie people of
counties to come and
. Drugs, Medicines
A full variety of Garden Seed
kept in a well appointed Drug S
scriptior department. Among
Tar Cough Syrup. Large bottle
.Digi you ever use Smith's Li
success with them, and they arn
them and you will be pleased.
We sell Parker Lucky Cur'
presents. We sell Gold Fish. (
SPhone 158 A.
DESIRABLE, WELL IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE THH I
I offer for sale, subject to the leases
n the property, two of the most con
reniently located and most desirable
rouses and lots in the city.
"The Brown place" on the corner of
aldwell and Boundary streets, eon
:aining a half an acre, more or less,
rith a good two story residence with.
~even large rooms, besides large kitchen, Caplial
antry and two bath rooms, house in
he yard, good barn and stables, good Suryplus
arden. The residence has electric
ight, water works and sewerage, and.
the best property in the city for sale. Deposit'
I also offer "The Metts place,"~ on
he same square-lot about the same We doc
,ize-with the most comfortable cot
age on it in the place. It contains six
arge comfortable rooms, besides large WAe e>
~itchen and pantry, a two-room ser
n housstables. The residence ha With safi
~lectric lights,, water works and
ewerage, and is a delightful home.
improved both of these places for a Four p e
iome for myself, and my object in sell
g them now, is to use the money to
ay for the improvements I have put E
nthese places and my presentuhome,
vhich I have enlarged in the past six
nonths, and which I hope to make still
ager' han it is today. If you want a
ralua X, convenient and comfortable1AShII
iome is is your opportunity.
eberrY,S:.~C.Nov. 9, 1905.
)st. Weaves in the
ylish Dress Goods
tterial and Trim
ire taste of selec
reciate the liberal
the ladies of New=
id County. Call and'
re Right on Quality and Prices
irv, S. C
Newberry and surrounding
see us when in need of
~, Cigars and Tobacco.
s, Stationery, and all things usually
tore. Best of drugs used in our pre
our specialties is our White Pine and
9.25c. Pleasant to the taste.
ver Pills? We are having wonderful
a making new friends every day. Try
Call for a sample,
ie Fountain Pens-nice for Christmas
~ive us a call.
iEERRY SAVINU BANK,
.Newberry, S. C.
stock paid in . . $ 50,000.00
. . . . 25,000.00
. . . . 235C000.0
business on business principles.
tend every consideration consistent
e and sound banking.
~r cent. paid on deposits in Savings
~epartment Fire Proof Vault.
Burglar Proof Safe.
TOSH, J. E. lNORWOOD,