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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postof fice at Nei
berry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
,Tuesdav. JanuiarV 23. 1906.
The Ne>vberrv Herald and Nei
has been enlarged to a six colun
paper, and the improvement is n
ticeable. Col. E. H. Aull, who
editor and proprietor, is an al
newspaper man-and by the w;
-he is one of the most pleasant a
affable gentlemen we've ever m
Complimenting Col. Aull.
The following kind words
from the Edgefield correspond(
of the News and Courier:
Col. E. H. Aull, of Newberry.
cently paid Edgefield a visit to p
side at a special meeting of the
cal Pythian lodge. The Chroni
in felicitating our people upon I
all too short visit, says: "But t
next time E. H. Aull shall come
Edgefield-if the voice and pen
the Edgefield Chronicle can bri:
him thus-it will be as a candidc
for Secretary of State of Sou
Carolina," and adds, "if the Coloi
should consent to become a can<
date we feel and know that eve
man, woman and child in Edgefi(
county would hasten to vote I
their beloved neighbor." Col. A
who, as Col. Bacon says, is mu
beloved by the people here, is
birth an Edgefield man, is certair
well fitted to fill the high office
which the Chronicle and a host
Edgefield's people would like to s
him elevated. Col Aull gave no '
timation of his purpose nor was
approached on the subject wh
-* District Deputy E. -H. Aull.
'Col. E. H. Aull, of Newber1
*District Deputy of the Knights
Pythias, came to Edgefield on Tu<
day evening to preside at a spec
meeting of the Edgefield Lods
-After the' meeting, the Pythians e
tertained their honored official a
guest at a genial and generous ba
quet in the great dining hall of t
college building. Our Pythia
and many other citizens appreciat
and enjoyed Col. Aull's preser
among us. He departed for (
lumbia on Wednesday mornmr
This was a visit all too brief ; 1:
the next time E. H. Aull -shall cor
to Edgefield-if the voice and p
of the Edgefield Chronicle c
bring him thus-it will be as
candidate for Secretary of State
South Carolina. Morally, mental
mathematically by thought,
training, by experidnce, by dignit
by patriotism, he is erpphatical
the man for this high and usef
place. Should Colonel Aull conse
to become a candidate for secreta
of state, wve feel and know that e
'ery man, wornan and child
Edgefield county would hasten
vote for their beloved neighbc
But should there perhaps, by a~
strange and strained mishap.
one recalcitrant one, he. or she
it will have to meet both editor ai
publisher of the Edgefield' Chro
icle in mortal combat. Woe
him. her or it who shall fly in t
face of right and wisdom as r
gards this important matter.
Col, Elbert H. Aull.
Among those who will enter I
race this year for the -office of S
retary of'State is Col. Elbert I
Aull,'of Newberry, editor and pi
prietor of The Herald and News
Col. Aull is a graduate of Ne'
berry College. He started life ~
himself by teaching school; fiirst
Abbeville, and later at Newber
College. He afterwVards read l
and wvas admitted to the bar,b
only practiced for a short while.
887 he went into the newspap
business as editor of the paper
now owns- He was elected pr
deit of the Press Association
South Carolina in 1894- Dur
-Gov. McSweeney's term of off
Col. Aull was his private secreta
and also held the position of .Iot
nal Clerk of the Senate and served
one term in the legislature. At
this writing Col. Aull is chief clerk
of the engrossing department. I Hc
is a native of Newberrv couitv anc
- was born and raised on a farm.
There is but little doubt that Col.
Aull. with his genial manner an(
exceedingly large acquaintanc(
throughout the state. will make i
, good race. He is a man that wil:
in fill the office in every sense of th(
0- word, and, as a choice for the place
is none could be better.-Batesburc
nd Its wrong in principle and a mis
et. taken policy to run down youi
rival's business. It will never pa)
VoU. Talk up your own busines
and get clients by that means. I
you say hard things of your op
re ponent, his methods, belittle what h<
nt has to sell, it will react on you in
juriously and help him.
It is a matter of much pleasur<
0. that our friend Editor Kollock. o
:le the Darlington News has mad<
satisfactory arrangements to con
he tinue his paper. Editor Kolloci
to says with a spirit of commendabl<
of pride: "The old Darlington New
still lives and will continue to .visi
teits subscribers just as it has don<
th for the past thirty years." Loyalt:
of his friends and untiring vigilanc<
on the part of its proprietor hav<
rv contrbuted to put our admirable ex
y1d change on its feet again. It ha
or our best wishes.
cll The trustees of the South Caro
lina college and of Wofford colleg
have prohibited the playing of inter
collegiate football by the students
Of A better thing would have been t(
ee have forbidden thegame altogethe
and then let every college in th<
he state follow the good example
ile Football is brutal, vicious, undig
nified and not in the least elevatinc
to those wvho participate in th<
SWe beg to suggest the formatio1
ofof a civic association for our city
~s- There are many ways and place
jal wherein such an organization coul
e be of much value to the beautifying
n-of the town.
he The movement to place a suitabli
.ns statue of John C. Calhoun in th<
ed Statuary Hall should meet with
Lce prompt and hearty response on th<
o-part of the legislature. Then too
ig steps should be taken to teach th<
ustory of his life to the children o
ne our state. Too little is known o:
n this great statesman's life and char
of NOTICE FINAL SETTLE
[MENT AND DISCHARGE.
byNotice is hereby given that I wil
l' make a final settlement in the pro
ly bate court for Newberry county, or
l the 23rd day of February, 1906, as
rt guardian of the estate of Carrie
SOxner and immediately thereaftei
apply to said court for letters dis*
to missory as guardian of said esate.
to T. L. Johnson,
r. - Guardian.
1 In order to make room
_ for my spring stock, I
Will sell for one week
only, beginning, Jan
uary 22nd, 1906.
2 $1.50 Novels at $I.l C
i. 35c. Novels at 25c.
-25c. Novels at 1 8c.
IOc. Novels at 7c.
-25c. Box Paper at I 8c.
or $2.00 Pictures at $1.25
$3300 Pictures at $2.25
$5.00 Pictures at $3.75
Rogers Bros. 1847
erKnives and Forks al
i$4.00 per set.
)fDon't miss this op
Will continue for
Two Weeks longer.
If you haven't already taken ad
vantage of the bargains I am offer
ing in every department you should
not lose another day in getting the
benefits of the money saving prices
that I am offering to the trade.
I have no shelf worn old stock
to get off, but my offerings consist
'of new fall and winter goods, some
bought as late as December, but I
1don't want to carry them over. I
desire to turn them into money,
give you the profits and make room
for the nicest stock of spring goods
I have ever offered to the people'of
INewberry. And the balance of my
Fall and Winter stock must go.
'You can take your choice of every
thing I have left in
Gloves and Pants.
at our regular low cash prices less
23 Per Cent Discount and in some
lines I will offer a greater discount
than 25 Per Cent.
I have three new lines of over
coats, two in fancy colors and one
in black at $7.50 and $10.0o, that
I will allow you a discount of so
Per Cent and a large stock of Men's
Tennessee Cassimer Pants, worth
$I-5o everywhere that I will sell
you at $1.oo. I also have a small
lot of shoes carried over from last
year that I will sell you at half the
This is your opportunity to sup
ply yourself and family at less than
The weather was so bad last week
that a great many of our friends
from the country could not get to
town to see us but I expect that wve
will have sunshine this week and I
want you all to come and come of
Newvberry, S. C., Jan. 15, 1906.
INewberry, S. C., Jan. 15, 19o6.
C. &QG. S. M
O El Cunterpani
This Grand White 4
Two Solid Weeks of F
Jan. 22to Fel
AND COUNTY (
8 Big Show4s Where will be s
people from the fax
The Barkoot Carnival Co. their native costum
Is the best institution of its kind onl bues.ore xivo
the road and the attractions are all
clean and of an exceptionally high Old Plantatioi
:rder, among 'em, the followingWilrtnyo;
Don't forget the Date, worth in comic sor
January 22, to February 3rd, *te gg,ec
Prof.Tree.With his thousa
n the most wonderful flying trap- reptiles, gives some
eze and head balancing act before formances. Educ
the public. Each day at 2 :oo and tertaining.
7:30 p. m. Eeti
Get off the earth by taking a ride Greatest and m<
>n the great iever seen in this cot
Ferris Wheel. will witness the thr
hich will afford you a nice view istic moving pictui
of town and country. make you hold you
Free Exposition of Modern i
Location: Lot of T. C. P
On salesday in February, 1906,I1
e will sell at public auction inI
front of Court House at Newberry,
that tract of land in Newberry
ounty, containing 135 acres, more
r less, known as the Montgomery
place, and adjoining lands of Geo.
S. Mower, Mrs. Texanna SuberTh
and John Brooks.
Terms: One half cash, balance Satisi
ayable one year from day of sale
o be secured by bond of the pur- a
chaser and mortgage of the premi
ses sold with interest from date of
sale; with leave to pay all cash.
urchaser to pay for papers. GI
WV. W. Fellers,
H. E. Todd,
Tnon W. Kibler,
~s, Linens, C|
s, Lawns, UUOIL
Goods Sale Offers
,ains To You.
un and Amusement
kry S. C.,
). 3 Inclusive
iTrET F AIRS
een some of the Big Sh w
East dressed in
es giving one an Have with them a band of fine
ing et.eNreos- Italian 'Musicians, each of whom is
ng, tc. everan artist with his instrument. This
feature alone is worth going miles
1Ministrels. to hear.
dl or oe' Prof..DaRella.
One of the best
Champion one-arm High-Diver of
nids of different Prof. Scott.
aonael nden-_ Champion Stack Wire and Jug
gler, in feats never before attempt
ed. At 3:00 and 8:30 p. in., each
intrv, where vou And then there's the old reliable
illing train rob- Merry-Go-Round.
and many real
es, which will to please the children and all else
r breath. who want to ride.
Vonders, Absolutely Free.
ool, Near Power House.
GET IT AT
i Right Drug Store?
in you get more
iy where else?
Can you get as much