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E. f. AULL, EDITOR.
EOtered at the Postoffice at New
erry, S. C., as and class matter.
Tuesday, August 31, 1906.
THE EDITOR ABROAD.
Sunday, .Juily 22, at Sea onl Boar
Powhntaii-I have been too busy wit
the meetingsof tile Press Associatio
to find fimeul-to write even a line t
The Herahl aId News. The meetin
at ihe Isle of Palins last week was
sIccess fri11 vvry point oA, view. Ill
attenlianlee was "'ood, the diseusSionl
entertaining an1d tle seabaithin invi
oratin. The pelrest people )ut,
did even ilheir well known and wel
estaiblislei reptiation for hospitalit.
A "reat many new members were add
ed to the roll of membership frov
those who are real lewspaller work
The local newspaper men threx
themselves at the disposal of the inem
bers and nothing was left undonw
that could Ihe donle for tile comfort o
the press party. The people generall,
and especially the Germans addet
greatly to the pleasure of the meeting
The German Rifle club grave a shool
for the mlemlibeirs and1 several hand
Somlle prizes were awarded. My hette1
half1 seviuredl thel first prize for thl
ladies vonitest butI I was t41( I)oi)r I
shut to hit flit hull's eve or to cont
aIINyWhere inl tht, nei.-Oleb!'1ouod (t it
11owever. thri'lu'h the !:Tlndnessz of mil
frietii 'van1 .1. li'dli. fit Sparanhur
who look oneo of the prizes I have
Viery hmdsonne uimhrella. lie present
p(d it it) nie as a uvenir of tle ovc.1
On Ilie cotililittee for til l erman
was my friend, Gen. .1. L. Stoppel
bein wlio Contribiuted muhll to till
pleasure oC the oceasion. The Ger
mans art' a great people andi knov
how to entertain. The national rifl
hib will meet inl Charleston nex1
May and igre -at preparations ar Ie
ing nad.? to make it :Ii event in th
llistorly of Charleston.
- Oie of the vounler. Imen who is do
ilg iciehl to plish Charleston to til
front voiilercially and who is su.
ceedinlg." admirably is P'. H. GIIsden
" tle people will stand hV him an<
othIi1rs wlho are with him, Charlesto
will hold the positit of' lit leadin
seaport oin the Atlantic coast, whie
her advanitages just)y 0iintitle hiei tq
The associationi will -o back to tl
Isle of PaIlis lor ilite a9ii1i nul Imeetin!
next yt. e-ir. l essIs. 1 iidd1 wk :tii
11 rles are Iakill.. a swe'ess of, til
Svas:o:re hol han ld the .Ilests : vr
II lV uI'lid 'ruti aill sect ions. Tll
hathine is excellta 111 veryting i
donle for Ihe eomlf'ort of, the "uests.
( )II Pridav i0t1trilotlll a p.ar-ty 41
soimt4 thirl Y-f-ive vdil(Irs ai<d their w\.i\
A\tlantfit.e Cot inIAt in a spiciail pr'i
vate' Pullma nu. Thin uiuh ft'e kiinsi
to ll ' a eiliwn I Njuiit ItI 101 i.
Me'ssrs. ii. A\. Se'xtoii andI A. I,. Sit
ou l'iai Iinoi ariva1l aid we hiai
where wewre t'b lion~I i. Ihti
I )yer' whlo spitket a wieb-'o' an,l I nt
linedi lte s'ope ' fit' l'-xposititOr
'llTete wet ltok a tar' to lthe l'xpiosi
tile phIi te. It iS betaultiul for localtot
Bea utiul si'al *tres anIt5 iud witde dri vt
andt walks ;lll froiit ing. Ihe watt
which sml 'iuiids te place', iiake i
nattter. Thte shat' huihiilini..s are all I
hie 401 theit 'atter side' 'roiut inn It'e t
wauteri. uth i 'aroliina is oppoitsit
Ohti Point (omfrt. Our parmty a
goit tl an d werelt pdhottourapd Piti
iand niew andit siibst anltia111 hteI jn:i
otideti' te iiroundts, wt ha l unch 1 nui'I
sev'eral enithiusiastit' speechies wei
matde, all thle mnenmbers of' turi pai
letdging Ithemnselv'es to 'xploit thle e:
po(sition andh do all t hiey could to ('t1
tribute tot its succ'ess. lIn Norfolk v
ran nptin R ev. W. L. Seabirook and X
C. Tyree and there we met also Ii
lsr'ael Brmown, a for'meir Newiberruy lit
who is succeeding ini his new hiou
*< but who still has a tender spot in hi
heart foir the home of his boyhtoodi.
Fr'om Norfolk .twenty-two of on
~' party boiairded the- Powhatan- one
the boats of the Meirchants and.Mi
erastranspiortation company fpr Pros
dec,R. I.Tesea has beenca
"~' and smooth and everything has bet
giiet and pleasant. Just as I start<
t.his letter a little excitement was o
csmied by some one on the ship cal
hng ont that a whale was in view.
M. a,s ey 'first sight of a whale. Thot
v'bi ar y apeablauQf jndgigald. th
monster of the sea was about 75 or
80 feet long. It was a pretty big
fish and remained near the ship for
I will give the readers of The Her
and and News some further notes of
the trip from time to time. From
Providence the party will go to New- I
port, tihe fashionable resort of New
York's four hundred and thence to
Boston and back to New York.
K E. H. A.
I THE 0AMPAIGN ITINERARY.
) Where and When the Candidates Will
I Meet the People race to Face
and Praise Themselves and
e Depreciate Their
Lancaster, Saturday, July 2R.
Chester. Monday. Aug 6.
Winnsboro. Tuesday. Aug 7.
Yorkville, Wednesday. August S.
Gaffney. Tuesdty August 9.
Spartanburg. Friday, August 10.
Union. Saturday. August 11.
Newberry. Tuesday, August 14.
Greenwood, Wednesday, August 15.
Abbeville. Thursday. August 16. 1
Anderson. Friday, August 17. o
Walhalla. Saturday, August 18.
Pickens, Monday, August 19.
Greenville. Tuesday. August 20.
Laurens, Wednesday, August 21. F
MADE A MESS OF IT. d
Pat's First Attempt to be a Bad
Mlike and Pat worked for a wealthy
larmer. T pla i41ned It tiurn burglars!
and steal the money which the farmer
had hid in one of the rooms of hii
house. They waited until midnight.
then "Itarted to do the job, says the
In order to get the money they
had to pass the farmer's bed room.
Mike says, "I'll go first, and if it's d
all right you can follow and do just
the same as I.'"
Mike started to pass the room.
.ust as he got opposite the door the
door creaked. This awoke the farmer
who called out, "Who's there l'' a
Mike answered with a meaow' t
(imitating a cat.) The farmer's wife, t<
heing awake, too, said, "Oh, John, p
it 's the cat.'' and- all was quiet. '
Now Pat started to pass the door,
and as le -ot opposite it tihe door
creaked again. The farmer called out
agin l tha b11efoIe. " 1Wh's a
t here I"
Pat answered. " Another eat.
CIome aI I ee lhe Ig0reat ookin'
W4114lr a11 mur new% store alI next week.
See a141v(ertismIent in this pallelr. New
her-y llanlware Co.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
.\1t of- in ti eal Ass-eibly it th1e
\lto .\tnhoize miIul Empown.~er Selo ~l
- 1istrIict No. 5,2 in Newherury 'olmty, 41
S ate( of1 'ttIil ( 'a oilit, to Issue Ad
a Schiool lhiilding Th'Iereon,' ' A pprov- I'
t'd l'ebru,ary 21, 1 liti, notice4' is here
- g*4ie 441 mi elect ion to be' hel n
i.\nigust 3. li9li, at Whiitire'c in said
~i coo l)ist rie't N44. 5~2 on1 t' que14stion4
144 t' xceedt .one th.ans:nal dotliars at
-said .\sit. tI~nI' "n
- %. 1. Suber',
' 'Trustee'ls of1 said Sebot ol I )istriet .
I THE CLEMSON AGRICULTURALa
I (The Agricultural & Mechanical Col
ologe of South Carolina)
4' Th'is inst ittion is now equippted
e withI corses in A\ric'ultur'e, A\nimal
ni linsha ilryv, and ( hemical I ndustry, t
I il Mechiaical. E"lect rica, I.(iv il, Tlext ile,
nt thle colleg~e arei Iillingi polsi tions tof I rust
at and11 th1e demnantd for '4 Icptent en'gii. I
ti eersI and agrIi(tulturt ist s is greater thana
y The' net' sessiton open'1s on1 41 Septm
~- her .12, 1906. New applicant s and s1 tu-1
~- denCts5 who hafve' wo'rk to maike up 1
*e must rept')' p)romplt ly on that da.te.
7. All studtentts of' last session who cx
r. poett to)i return mtust also rep'lort on the
ie It is important for boys who are
is intereste'd in this Institution 'to make
their applications before August 1st
ii if they desire to enter next sessiont.
f T'ach year mor'e applications are made
a- thani the college can accommodate
i- Oh Auguts 15th the roll for the ses
Lf- sion (of 1906-07 will be made by as
n signlng to each county the number ofi
d students in p)roport ion to the members
a- in the House of Representatives.
I- For information and catalogue, ap
[t ply to
e P. H. Mell, President.
Is lOson Coflege, 8. 0.
For the Legislaturs
Arthur Kibler is hereby a1m011e
a candidate for the legislature a
4edged to abide the rules of the Dei
I an a candidate for the House
eivsentatives from Newberry cou
Y and will abide the rules of t
G. irder Voower,.
I am a candidate for the House
kepresentati e suhject to the rul
f the Democratie party.
Elbert 1. Aul.
I hereby anoince mysely f as
andidate for re-elction as a mei
er of the House of Representativ
uhiject to the Democratic Priiai
F. W. Higgins.
John M. Taylor is hereby announ
Ll as a candidate for the House i
:presentatives from Newber
ounty and will abide the rules
le Democratic party.
I am a candidate for the House
epresentatives suhject to the nil
r the Democratic party.
Thos. J. Harmon.
or County Superintendent Educatik
I hereby announce myself a cand
ate for re-election for the office
Ilnty superintendent of educati<
hject to the deoeratie primary.
.1. S. Wheeler.
I hereby announlice IN-self as a cal
date for Magiwistrate for Nos. 1 at
townships and agree to abide by tl
"suits of the democratic primary.
Lucius M. Player.
I hereby announce myself a cand
ate for Magistrate for Nos. land
ibject to the rules of the democrat
Cannon G. Blease.
Jesse L. Burns is hereby nominat(
a candidate for magistrate f4
iwnships Nos. 1 and 8, and is pledg(
I abide the result of the Democrat
I hereby announced myself as
undidate for the ofilee of magistra
f No. 3 township, Newberry count
nild will abide the rules of the der
[ratie party. John Henderson.
I am a candidate for Magistra
Wr No. 7 tmiwnship and will abii
It riles of (emiocratic party.
B. H-1. Amiek.
I hereby announce myself as a e;
idate for imai .istrate for No. 7 tow
ip s.ubject to the rules of the Dem
I-hereby announ'i rce myse-l f as a en
Liate for re-electin for thle ofii
Smagist rate of No. 9 Township mr
ill ablide the rules of the 1Demnocrat
1B. B3. Iair.
I hereby annonnelile myvseir for Ma
rlaite I .I No. 9j tolwnish:p sub)ject
o- rule- of* thrv l)ey'ru.:' prl)imiIIr
'4. L. Feller-.
I hereby announced myself as
.ind(idafte for magistrate for No.
)wnship and will ab)ide the rules
.J. C. Wilson.
I am a c'andlidate for reelection f
iagistr1ite for number 10 townsh
nd will abide the rules of the denm
ratie yarty. P. B. Ellisor.
I hrereby anrnounce mnyself1 a c'am
ate for magist rat e in No. 11 tow
hip) and pledge to abide the rules
lhe D)emocrat ic party.
J. HI. Mayhin.
I hereby anniounlce myse'lf a ean
ate( for innistruatec for No. 11 t ow
hip anrd wvil abunide thle rules of
I am a candidate for Magistri
or No. 11 Township and will .abi
>y the rules of the Democratic par
W. F. Suber,
For County Auditor..
I hereby announce myself a can
late for auditor of Newberry Conn
mubject to the r'ules of the Demoora
)rinar' 0 . M. Buzhardt.
R. C. Counts is hereby nominal
~or the offie.of Auditor for Newb
'y county,.subject to the rules of
W. W, .Cr'omer is hereby announ<
ts a candidate for re-election as I
litor for Newberry county and v
i~de result of dgmooratie primiar;
Jno.,L Etpps is hereby announced
i= for county Treasurer to suceed him
self. Subjeet to the Democratia pri
For Probate Judge.
Jno. C, Wilson ia hereby ainougeed
as a candidate for relection to the
of o01i of prbate judge, Subject to
n- the democratio primary.
Y h ivb nnonnee mlyselt' a cni
ate for SuIpervisor for Newberry
county. Subject to the Ilemocrati
primary. Jack I. Smith.
.1. Monr%e Wicker is hereby au
_01nnced is a candidate for re-election
a for the oilee xf county supervisor. and
n u i] abide the rules of the euocratie
7- I hereby :umounce myself a caudi
date for Supervisor for Newberry
e. county. Subject to the Demiotratio
)f primary. .1. Chesley 1N'tliniek.
ry L. I. Feagle is hereby announced
as a candidate for the of fice of
County Supervisor and will abide the
result of the democratic party.
I am a candidate for the ofice of
Sub- Supervisor from Newberry coun
ty and will abide the result of the
Thos. J. Wilson.
1. C. Livingston is hereby announe
4 as a candidate for sub-supervisor
:A will abide the rules of the deno
W. H1. Wendt is hereby announced
3-a caldidate for sub-supervisor and
wil abide the rules of the democratic
I- We hereby nominate our comrade,
d Ohorne Wells. for reelection to the
e o:lice of Sub-Supervisor and pledge
him to abide the result of the Demo
cratie primary. No better soldier ev
er served in the Confederate army.
J. P. Cannon is hereby announ
e eed for re-election as sub-supervisor
and is pledged to abide the result of
th. democratic primary.
For Sub Supervisor.
I hereby ann1oulnce myself as a can
di efor su) supervisor a(I will
i abide by the ru1les of democratic
party.G'. Y. Dickert.
te A Call Meeting.
Y- To the membership of the F. E and C.
- U. of A.:
I have eien requested to call a
[' meetwin' for the purpose of naming
e the minimum price for ei,tton for the
season of 1906-'07.
I hereby call said meeting to be
composed of dele!;tes from each
state wilh W hIlout a tate union.
This ieetiw t,, be held in Atlanta.
Ga., Au--ust 2. 1916. 10 o'cilock a. M.
at WVilliamp- House NoI. 11.
1R. F. Duckwortht.
-e .lPresiudent National Union.
' TEACHER WANTED.
A t Hethl schtoo Pomaria. for tecrm1
ot Es i or (.Vee litiuths, at a .aair 4,it
are rEq(Iusted to meet at Ponmrtaia EIn
~.Augutst 9 at 4 E'clock I. mn.
.Jas. P'. Setzler.
0 BARBECUE AT JOLLY STR$ET.
I wvill furnish a tirst class barbecue
at .Jolly St reet EEn camnpaign dlay,
August 16, and will. provide good mus
or ie and a lacie for the yount1g people to
y1 enjoy t hemnselves after the speaking.
.BARBECUE AT FORK.
The und(ersigned'( will furnish a first
o'l' cls barbcuei at Fork on campaign
day, August 16th.
H. F. Counts,
11 BARBECUE AT SEEKWELL.
eW.e will give a barbecue att Seek
well Baptist church Otn F.riday August
17. Music anid dhtcing and( basebatll
te' anud a good dinuter.
de T. S. Titus,
-y J. M. Means.
A Barbecue for Ladies and Gentlemen,
We will give a nice barbecue on
August 10tht at Utopia, the place
wher.e the -ladies turn out. Special
dli- price and attention to tghe women and
tie Messrs Blair and Blair will do th<c
Walter I. Herbert.
ed A BARBEOUE.
hoThere wvill bo a first class barbecuE
at WVhitmire campalin day, August
2nd.. Whtitmire, Newberry and Ruth.
ed erford gun clubs will shoot in the af
u- ternoon. Good time guaranteed tc
.. -Bolt and Tidmareb
50 cts. Quali
35 cts. Quali
25 cts. Quali
Subscribe for th
1,200 Bales of Col
by 0. McR. Holmes within th<
cotton grow? On Newberry li
mand for cotton goods and all
make a mistake by investing ji
and GOOD STOCKS.
Let me ask you for your own
is bringing you 7 or 8 per centi
vested advantageously. I am
What is a good investment prol
value surely and quickly:
REAL ESTATE around NE
tion because the demand is cor
yourself in position to profit b:
creasing these Real Estate vali
vestments through an experil
Real Estate Agent. My exper
Below you will find some val
that I have for sale:
Nos. 1. 2, 3 and 4, Lots nea
Nos. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and I
property. These are very con
water main and sewer system.
Nos. 12, 13, 14 and 16 Lota
$600, adjolr.lng the Lutheran C
Nos. 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22
You cannot miss It by buying
$2,200, $2;100, $2,000 and $
No 23 Two story brick bulla
Express and Telegraph Co.'s c
No. 24 Livery Stable, conv
No. 25 Lot near Power Hol
No. 26 350 acres of land ne
No. 32 Wanted-20 Shares
No. 34 House and lot with
No. 35 House and lot on Cc
No. 36 Lot adjoining No. 3:
No 38 House and lot near
No. 39 Lot adjoining No. 31
No. 40 1 15 acres of land n<
atd pasture land.
No. 41 2 acre lot with 5 roc
No. 4? BuIlding lot in Broo
No. 44 F->r Sale--I5 share
No. 51 75 acres land, abou
growth timber, 4-rooni dwellir
outbuildings, near Bush River
No..52 5 acres of land adjo
ful lots in this 5 acres.
I also have other val.gable pi
I want to call your special a
believe these are.good bargain
'If you' wish to buy and sell
or Cotton Mills come to see mi
Farm lands bought and sold,
'Phone No. 57.
Newberry, S. C.
kes, Printed Silk
W b. , ," 0m
ties at 29 cts.
ties at 21 cts.
ties at 15 cts.
ies' Store . . .
e Ladies' Home
ton Were Shipped
a past week. Where did the
Lnds. With such increased de
other products, you can hardly
idiciously in REAL ESTATE
benefit if your money invested
> IF NOT, then it IS NOT in
anxious t6 help you do this.
>erty? One that increases in
WBERRY answers the descrip
istantly increasing. Now place
/ the conditions which are in
uies. It pays to make your in
enced, reliable and successful
ence is yours for the asking.
uable stocks and Real Estate
*r my residence.
I,. Lots known as the Wheeler
veniently located, directly on the
s, prices $600, $500, $550 and
ihurch and Graded School.
,Brick stores on Main street.
>ne of these stores at $2,300,
ding, occupied by Post Office,
eniently located, plenty of room.
Newberry Cotton Mill Stock.
aar Mountville with out houses
>m cottage at Mountville.
~s Newberry, Land and Security
t 60 acres open, 12 acres 2nd
g3-room tenant house, good
Ining J. A. Burton, some beauti
roperty that owners do not wish
ttention to Nos. 34 and 35. I
my Stocks in any of our IBan
J. A. BURTON,
"The MaR Between /
The Buyer and Seller. .