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-. N. AUL EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
ery, S. C., as and class matter.
Friday, July 6, 190.
The Herald and News today eon
tains twelve pags, tie greate'r part
of it being dlevoted to our sister town.
Posperity. The story is told of thie
gwwth ndI levolopmlent of this en
terlprisingl (.411ommin it V. not only by
the write-Ip of the various enterpris
es. but by Ohe illustralio,ns whih fir
m1sh an oenll demonstration of this
PIN'-sperity is not only progreasive
in anaterial things, but in lnaional
niatters she has kept apace with the
rt of the state and has not only a
tmodern and up-io-date school build
ina, but a live and wide-awake corps
of teachers and people wali.ing the
vale of triining and eneation of
their cihldirvn ha1ve caused the mI of
pupils to he lar n"er d the rage
better as y T - v
Che i'.in k z.
be imieS w ~Sn i IXS1T1FT ques
I hf- V:
Nk ~ ~ I C' 'Z Z
tcsbe cn e omnr fse
Tcocl lm.y of tha kin d
rannol be k ql An institme.
Rn i-s Il'i'm inl stIore for all who
Will -1,1iTtel ,u in- pod- i'm
ing. -niInAI-rmes soul no1 lei
Ali oppyT:il 1" -nin infonm.slion
on Yui . ial Io xo
th you T'e wibm..ryla
ters e whichsher.ql b nw
hund . Th -:a"1j .1 inlpreesm Of. e
psatment wit the -ey a h
arafio.. dhus, bute ikinr -n
aking, theeil vbohr su bjezt
equally interisting and profitable
will cme up for discussion. Remem
ber the date, next Mo~nday July 9.
THE PRESS TRIP,
i'Mesident Anll, of the Press aSs.O
esation has given ont a sl-atmemu in
x'egard to the proposed trip of the as
seeiation and 'he~ would againbrn
it to the assetion of the mnemb,ers.
T%e follo~wing is the stateentu:
In ~agen to the trip of the pes
assciation to R~oston and other peints
in the east, I diesire to state that a
Trneems hare been <'mleted by
which those.~ w-tho diesir to go will
leIave Charleston via Atlantic Coast
Line'en the afternoon of July 2Y, on
No. 82 train,
Mr, W, J. t'raig in writin to me
in regard to the matter say-s: "It
will be the pleasnutr of this companuy
to arange to handle y'ou thmagh
irom tharleston to Norfolk in geto
shape, leaving Charleston on train
No, S . We will aurange for a
special to handle you fiom Reeky'
Monu to Norfol~k, arnvingz at Nor
folk ear-y m-orna ing of' the 2lst~ July.
We shall prbably hav-e one of our
rapoesentIa1 ives aNemnpany your par
ty to see that y'ou have a oodable
"I understand that yon wish to
leave Chadleston train No. S2 JUly
20th andi to reach Norfolk on the
morning of July 21st, This arang~e
mnent will enable yon to spend an
entire diay in Norfolk or Obld Point,
andi leave that night via the I, & )J.
That will enable us to sperad the
entire diay in Norfolk, whiceh will
giean opporanity to vlisit the site
of the Jamesownu esposition, andut abe%
to. take in some points of intens~t
The boat will sail at f6 p. m,. on
at l2, and arrive in Pavidene at
7 a, in, on the 23ni, Froum Provide.c'
-the pad1y will go It rail to' fostoen,
The east farw his trip on the boat will
be $110, wich inehides far to Rk
twa, paiy will leave Pideac
SJnly 2%' and ueaeb Nu
An - Mi A Thi s ill give five fall
-be 49e hagen the 3Sth
~ .iJ ,1 .
The rates on the boat includ4k 'state
rooms and meals.
I have heard from twenty-one mem
hers of the association and immediate
members of their fomilies. and if
there are others who desire to take
tie trip. I will be pleased to have
thiemi notify me at once.
You will see that the Atlantie
Coast Line will arrang a spc4ial
t rain fiom Rocky Momui so as to
avoid a long delay tterv and put us
inl Norfolk early on Satur4ay morn
ing. I will not ask 'or transporta
tion for any one hnt metmerst' of the
aSAWiation and I hope thatt no editor
will Ik me to eemlv transportaion
fiol' ott' to 0 his pltee as a
itvrq'sert't' ive 1f his paper who is
:unplv a forrest1.1ti\'t' the pur
}ot' of stnring- tle trip. &i I will
be foival to decline.
Tlis,. it stens. will l1e - very naevo
trip at a miliniun of Cost.
Therv are eight candidates for gov
ernor. but only two of them are real
ly ~ ~ ~ -u, Astldtslai hl An;el,
T!, oi-r ;inot woril e-considevinz,
T - ~ $Inost an ige-~ iin.
n\i.-' wek ann nhe
n ~vaironr- ie iae
i". be-\ery 11%n;ly empha
-eC N- y 1 l.Y $110 o nna s i.ne
vc t.r\ slveral earv frim
- c. Th<r a been hree of folir
r .11 lip" , il e Way of talk
.1h b d . i e ll in New
berr 1arl Ive hopet llhal we will not
tA.th1er se:Oln withomi oine in
operation. Th onmpni of a fiften
-Or twety1 lon pli,1 wonlI-wb oonun
e-n Newber '1ni and IertaiVily
with tlle .,sreiv whiebl sem- to 1Ire
V.ai1 at this time. there would be a
very d arkt nt other n.ear by
The Seal..ar Air-iie InteTYlin
eesable mileas-e tickets now on ae
Will afiler ,lly 15th also be n-ove
ihe C'nirail of tGeorgA. Gera
me.As .1ik N Arh nt
Roas. iive new saditions. makin a
1.o1a .Of teny- i-h i s inal
Tvpr~'Antivne neary ',M mnilel.
y,N de noi havi to a n OUr lur
Ae.hu Sweill:h, rd 7 ntahanveable
n.ilc~e-e hmrtoi.'r sol~d .nd now on'f
sae will be cre ov'er lhe additinma
date pnneha,sed. 1h hise your l
ese tiehets it\W lhc- SahAard Air
A main is st' m. as cd a he feel2s
or ava wm .'- aive a- she save s:c
The faster a m:in. lie 11- enie
he will oenpey er r. .2-fXr sp ce
IMRALD AND NW
Academy, Office of the h an'
Board of Visitors, Charleston, S. C.
A Vacancy in the State Scholar
ship exists in Newberry County.
Application blanks may be ob
tained fr-om the County, Superi.
tendent or from the Chairman of
the Woant of Visitors. Chorleston,
S. C. These applicatiois, fully mad'e
out as dilvetedi. must be in the
hands of the Chairman by the 30th
C. S. G ADSDEN,
chairman 1oard of Visitors,
The hard if mlervisors of ivgis
t-atioln will mieet at Whitmi1y on the
1-th of July for the purpose of issu
ing nistratiotn certificates to aiv
in that comimity wh%7 desir to se
etuv. them. They will have their
1-ft, open at some convenient place
in the town c Whitmirv.
Tie lo.iv will meet at Prosperity
E. L. Iays.
hm n u g -ri or Reds-tr-ation.
W 11.ave mie a special effort this
TO o keep he be-t stOek k.
CLOTHING, SHOES. HATS.PANTS
and MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
IN NEWBERRY. nn!d l iteve the
* i haeappreae i i wil
ober hav bee :2.e:tiingtheir
cearance andi Zieae we have
been keeping Up our steek and sellin.
.1r 0us04mers at the iowe_t Cash
price and .aving iem money. The
iaet is our binless for 1he Zix months
endino ,1m0. iz e-ivt pNer cem.
11ree tZn wVA'S for the same
: la, year ar.d we6 are anxioul
It .' 'e wilth v.u an if you ar1
i.1:y hi I um I i r will be
m tse who stay at home we
hav he thine, v' yutneed to enabac
v' to drin& w'el and keep you con:
V fiable at a Imkal cot.
NEW FALL HATS.
We have jusi openei our firs:
hpme:: i: Ne4w fall Hats,. includin
STETSONS SELF CONFORMING
BLACK STIFF HATS. HAWES
NEW FALL BLACK DERBYS and
.i.tier -irable -ivles. We also hav
i \d linlle of Paamas and STRAW
HATS 1o keep you cool these L
NEW SUIT CASES.
We hasv ju1, rvCeived a zewi
SUIT CASES. HAND BAGS and
UMBRELLAS aso. NECKWEAS,
SUSPENDER , COLLARS and
CUFFS. e .i and see them. As a
,zpitcial uiduemen: to have you spend
Vylr emsh with us inl July and Aut
a,weill alk you a essh dis
ot:t of nye l'v cet.. on~ all punhas
esofi na '.e dola 1i ten dollars
an aesh diseount of ter per cent, c'n
n *ymbases~ of rI !a t h.an ten dollars.
A. C. JONES'
c. T Wjche
Buu the Best
PRICE and QUALITY
Bowers & Dominick
Ve carry the best staple line of
Dry Goods and Notions
Brown Shoe Co. Shoes
Bladk Cat Hosiery
and a complete line of up-to-date
Welcome awaits every customer,
Bowers & Dominick,
Ladies & Gents
Come to see
uq when in need
of any thing to
eat or wear.
Yours to please.
F. E. Schumpert & Co.
hlli,ty C0t0n il Ml Ce,
A. H. HAWKINS, Preident..
DjL GEO. Y. HUNTER, Vice-Pre&
R. T. PUGH, Sec and Trea.
Cotton Seed and
Cotton Seed Products
Being a home indus
try, we respectfully ask
for their patronage
We always do our
best to give satisfac
tion to every one in
The Old Reliable
Prices always right.
Would be glad to have
you call and examine
Every Lady i
lbest pattern fo
forth in these j
Every One a Cn
C. 8 . S.MI
. . The Ladie.
Real Estate the Basis
Do you know that the best s,
From it all value is derived-direct
know that the wealthiest people in i
become so through the increase in
Do you know that my friend M
College a few years ago for $250,
for $750. Today, without building
Do yuu know that a piece of pi
000 about three yearg ago, is today
The population of Newberry is
rapid growth makes a continued inc
tion, which increases the value of tl
Did you ever hear of Slaughte
Why not? There Is no changing
no shelf-worn goods.
Buy a piece of Real Estate anc
Be low I am listing a number of
these suit you, I know I can find on<
Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 lots are near m'
Nos. 5,6, 7, 8.9, 10 and 1 1 k
12, 13, 14 and 16 lots, price,1
adjoining the Lutheran church and1
18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 at $2,30
and $1,900. Brick Stores on Mair
23, at $10,000, 2-story brick 1
Office, Express and Telegraph corn
24, livery stables conveniently
25, lot near power house,
26, 350 acres of land near WI
29, 128 acres of land three mi
34, lot and 5-room house, fruit
35, house and lot near College
36, Lot near College Hill.
38, House and lot near Baptis
39, House and lot adjoining N~
40, Farm near Mountville.
41, House and 1ot at Mountvl
42, Building lot in Brookland,
12 Shares Newberry Real Est
10 Shares Neoiberry National
WANTrED-5 shares Exchange Ba
20 3hares of Newberr
'Whone No, 57, sry
Newberry, S. C, TI
LIMESTONE COLLEGE FOR WOll
i.a oratorie, B\auutsi gIo u ras
FulIbAb y a ti t i e Muilal and ArLiun
AiMWnnto ayl ...... o. AC.htor,1
r her dress
,d Labor of
ation of Art,
of All Security.
ecurity on earth is earth?
ly or indirectly, Do you
most cases are those who
the value of real estate?
r. Pool bought a lot near the
shortly afterwards sold it
s, it would sell for $2,500.
-operty which sold for $20,
growing rapidly and this
reasing demand for habita
~r Prices in Real Estate?
of styles-no remnants
you will be a better citizen.
desirable lots. If none of.
>ts, known as the Wheeler
1600, $500. $550 and $600
:he graded school,
0, $2,200, $2,100, $2,000
>ullding occupied by Post
les out on Bush river.
trees and good garde n.
tate Co. Stock.
y Cotton Mill stock.
'he Man Between
re Buyer and Seller."
Ab). Paco . ThioghID8js