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Z. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry. S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Friday, September 21, 1906.
THE PRICE OF COTTON.
Tiere is no reason why tile South
ern Cotton Association and the Far
mers' Union should agree as to the
minimum price at. whieh the present
crop of cotton shall be marketed. It
seems to us that the price fixed by
the Farmers' Union could he its read
ily attained ats the price fixed by the
Southern Cotton Association, even if
there s a god crop n the west, which
we do not know. The consumption of
cotton will be more than the produe
tion, and it is but right and fair that
the farmers should receive a price for
their cotton which will give them some
profit on their labor, an1 certainly
11 cents per pound is cheap enlough.
If the farters would just unite
on a fixed price as the iinimum
and stick to it, they are bound to sue
ceed, but if they divide and one
branch fix one price an( anuother anl
other price, it will have the appoar
ance that they do not know themselves
what they want.
Buy oll g0ods at holme. Keep lie
monley here--anld its pretty alt to
('ome b3ck to You.
Tlie olyN way to get good roads is
10 I)I.N 1*41r thVill.- -Nd or-ville li ur r
Tlhit is a 11.1lisill. Anld whllulonleyI
(IMildl<l e people paly tha.1 wottldigv
Sr! indr atl hoe I:sill.g dividends.
There shoulld be a law toI make
ever'body vok 41r mo111VP ol. There is
plenty ot bibr inl this cuntry if' it
I I is t u l l 111,11 '1e1ev Iv . 14e 1.in 1inv6
nle bldied persins siandilln i' m
doiti 1141sit. whe l here is So liell
W0ork (t ho edone. They i be 'v(. il
everIt1wnl. It wl b ahe god1 ul
to put el t to work or _'ive litei
n1otice to m1o4%.1 (1n.
I I i4t it (st ihl t here is onne11
siderable nivohlol inl vorn1 cobs and
corni stalks. Arrmngemients are-( being
mlade to .e0 this nieohlol out aund it is
said lheot of, distillerisil one
tion with ninin Iag tories nieed not
be great. It' we only knew it iiothing
was iitelded to waste. Everytihing
that is is for it purpose.
According l t lie stateinent of' Ilite
statle banlk veX11nniner. puiblished Tu'les
day t1e 194 baniks with alitrters rim
the State ite (otall loalns luld discounts
were $:.-4.:34.s3 malll the total itt
dividual deplosils sthiject to cheek
Mrt. LeCe (. 1 lllleman, state hank
exainler, was mtarried latst week to at
y~ounig 11ady3 tromt Maryland.
vi~ery'thIin1g lots giolt ten iet inl (Cuba
tlement oif thle troubtlle may1 b e reach'l
..ed. It is probabt tle Iha Pnii -siden5(lt P al
mnsin, and lif it'hey doi, they wvill he doing
[ing amid 1 tha tI 4 uibe a victoryi for
inority which might lol he sat isfied
withl the results oif an1 elec'tioni to de'
mand resigntions by11 1 orgaiized re
bellion ainst. the governm utet.
Newberry is ntow~ on at spletndid
grwth I, adher futurIe like her puast
--i's151 asredl. Only thlis is lieeded: (C
opert tion inl 'every lne otf indu istry'.
P'ull toget her anid putshi Newberry.
We' have it sp)lenid( littl e c'ity-bu)t
~'ther's' ' o u1 tse telling one anot her
about it. We kno11w it. Buit tell othiers
MIaninig Timesiand one1( oft (thle brighitI
sest niewspaper ment fll ini the4 sI tate, has
abeent elected to1 thle Seitte from his
counlt y ov'er oneW lift he1 sI roingest nieti
pt f his couty1~-wich'1 matkes thle via
petis a c'aable man and his gootd
e itd s aentrofrmryealrsi
i ye are very much surp)risedl to note
So.ur good friend, DeCamp, of
'ney Lodger, is not so enthusiastic
~''ryan-and coming from the
e ~moeratic county of Cherokee,
vonpnt of wide iterest to the
te soth is the (one launch
by the Southern Cotton
y ihich intend(s forming
rbIino to buy utp all of
J~ tn, in the south, thus
& e9 for cotton.
One thing which makes Bryan an
imoprtant factor to be reeoned with
is his terrible earnestness. He means L(
every word lie says-and believes it, ne
Mr. J. Rutledge Mcliee, of the
Greenwood Index, one of the most re
versalite editors in the state, stopped
over in Newberry last night on his
return from Columbia.
A inectini of the board of trustees
of Clemson College was hld this week cu
It wits decided to investigatecritieisms SE
published about the college and also
to investigate the charges made by
farmers who attended the farmers in
stitute during the summer. The board
endorsed the recent purchase of cows
by the special committee. A signed
statement was given out which The
Herald and News will print in its next
Something About Mabel Montgomery,
The Great Zaza. pa
Miss Mabel Montgomery, who will
be seen as Zaza at the Opera House t
during Oelober, is one of the hand
somest of the younger women of the
statge. Miss Montgomery began her G
4t e -i1-r with Josepli Jefferson, asbu
litile Meenie, inl Rip Van Wiikle, at
Ile Star Theatre, New York. She L
was witi tle Conried Opera Company
inl Ihe '90's, and, played on(e of the A
princvipal parils in "lables inl tie
Woods,''.din g' its fiour I months'
at the 101s i(nTet re-an i afte. Sie R<
was espvvially el-ged for I le lig
I)ixey revival of, "Adonis.'' at the
Casinio, inl New York, anld( wos uider
A. 11. Pallner's m111na-ilgemient at (lie ra
(ardenl ThIe'vatre, New Ymk. later. Shw
was also leilin- woman withl Jimmnie
I.,owers, inl " enlemIlanI Jwe.'' at thle
IRijou, New York, I and leading lady
At Proior's Fif'th Avenue Theatre.
Ier greatest hit. Iefore Zaza. was as Cc
Ilie "Wiow,'' inl IloyI.'s " 'A Trip (o .
I'hinlotown.'' MNiss Montg* omlery hawc
luu14 1he best kiitl lt exPLIIeince, as
leadin. wiman inl New York and
chimaigo Stk co ipanies. lavintr
Ilay* ed 4o\ver 200 parls, and( she is nit la..ii
rt 3) yars f a'd . She has Ipla yed
'vethvt lin,I fr'om meea e to " /za1.,
wvhichI is her, ..reateSt pmrt. She is a 1
reVa a rs n1"I of any) schll"1, buIt R(
I nlatural ho'ni actress. in the Le-zlie
'arter class. C
No Bribery. T1
Ail auitisilg eispde ine poities be
vuched fo' I' a mister (If re-in
igionl ats ha11VIing oveenet1ired near Gilling
tam, England. A lady canvasser for ar
:mie of' the local eaididates called at a
house, foiid that the Voter was out
ind inqiiired of the wife, "You think
ie will voe f'or lly candidate, (14 youl
"inded lie ]wwon't,'' replied tie wo
nani. " lie has bween promised a new
)t,ir. of t trolsers if ie( votes for the
lt e i nIlan.''
IITche ly c'ainvasser s(cente(d ai peti
ion fori br'iiery, pro(dut(ced at soveret'ign
tnd said, "'I will give yout thtis if you
v'ill tell mec who mide yonri hutsband .
ife as she lpockete th( Ile mioney. "T' T
riois'ed hdimI them my~self. '
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.
Th'le iiidermsignedg as ex'ciitor oi.'
bIte re i(siden(e oft J. W. 1Permk its, de
w(l (nhgine- I to sid dleceaised(, oni 'Tuesd ay
)et uberi 9, 190to(. Terims eash.
REGISTRATION NOTICE. us
N(lti('e is hereb hy given t hat thle iJ
hoouks of r'egistrallItin ?411 thle T1owni oIf exe
Newhenirry, S. ('., ared now1 (Ppen, andl by
thle tun(drsigned( ats Supisor'5(t of *a
Itegistrtat ion Ifor siaid town wuill keep etO
sid boo(ks open'i every (lay fr'om 9 a. >o
m. to 5 p. im., ( Sunidays exceptedl), ini- g"v
('hidinig the 1st (lay of I )eeemberi, 19006. WI)
FEug. S. Werts, RO
Supeirvisor (If Registrmat ion. F(
Frank R. Hu
Real Estate, Stocks, Boi
.. Bought an
Office Over Hera
If you want to Buy, Sell or
Upon application at our 0
to price and show al
we have in
FRANK. R. HUN'
Amity Lodge, No. 87, A.'F. ac
An extra communcation of Amity
idge, No. 87, A. F. M., will be hold
xt Monday evening at 8 o'clock in
'aternity Hall. Visiting brethren
The E. A. Degree will be confer
I. H. Hunt, W. M.
J. 11. M. Kinard, Secretary.
We will furnish a first-class barbe
e at Fork school house, Saturday,
Public cordially invited to attend.
W. H. Counts.
S. R. Metts,
TORE YOUR COTTON.
The Standard Warehouse Con
mny offers its splendid facilities to
e farmers and dealers of Carolina.
Warehouses located at Columbia,
reenville, Greenwood, Orange
rg, Anderson, Newberry.
JW STORAGE RATES.
E INSURE YOUR COTTON.
Iceipts good as gold.
Inquire of your local manager for
es or address
CHAS. T. LIPSCOMB,
Secretary Standard Warehouse
mpany, Columbia, S. C.
Room for your cotton.
rake no chance, but use a safe
,presenting Eastman Kodak
>., will be at my store next
iursday afterncon, Septem
r 20th, to give instructions
developing pictures. You
5 invited to come and learn
develop your own pictures.
Raye' Book Store.
For Sale by
C. H. CAN NON.
and Health RE V
S" Maoe a
duca fine roesults In 80 days. It acts
crf'ly an( ckly.'e ures when others tail
me my recove their youthfuligorly
a ness such as ILoqt Power. Faialn M.emory.
sting Disease., and offects of sel f-ahuso or
.business or m arriage hIth not only ours
stn at d ep.todiseae but is a great
aching disease. Insist onhaving REVIVO,
. $1.00 pernpackagre or si fo $0. We
'AL MEDICINE CO.. Marine Bidg., Chicago. Iii.
)R SALE AT GILDER & WEEKS.
nter & Co.
ids and Mortgages
Id and News,
, S. C.
Exchange Real Estate
ifiee We will be glad
iy property that
our Sacrifice Sa1e0
The opportunity to
select anything you
want for yourself, your
boys or your family at
close on to and below
wholesale prices from
the choicest stock of
Suit Cases, Hand Bags
and other desirable
goods in Newberry
is seldom offered to
the people of this or
any other community,
especially, at this sea
son of the year when
everybedy is expected
to make profits, but I
have determined to
close out my stock with
in the next sixty days,
regardless of cost, and
it is left for you to say
whether you will let
me save you money or
not. I prefer to give
every one of my cus
tomers the advantage
of this sale rather than
to close out the stock in
bulk to some merchant.
It is not a question of
how much I will make,
but how much I wilii
lose in turning this
stock into cash.
Come and see us
A. C. JOPES.
Newberry, S. C-, Sep. 17, 1906.
Coal! Coal!! Coal!!!
I am making arrange
ments to establish a coal
yard and will be in posi
tion to supply your wants
for both hard and soft coal.
Should you wish to buy
your winter supply for
August or September de
livery I would be pleased
to quote you prices.
See me before buying.
I can deliver any time af
ter August 15.
S. B. JONES.
ARE YOU READY
Bring the children to Mayes'
Book, Store today and supply
them with New Books, Book
Satchel, Tablet, Pencil, Pencil
Box, etc. Every parent wants
their children to start out fresh
and fine for the first day at
school. It means a lot to the
boys and girls to feel that they
have nice new books to start
with. Why not make them
feel that you are trying to make
the school room a pleasure.
Buy your book today, don't
wait for the rush, All books
sold for cash.
By one of the g
metal with I
The College E
latest styles in
made to fit--w
mannish last, e
low cut. Exclu
Merely a matter of
earn, keeps growing
prising after you hav
People fall into the h
thoughtlessly, and im
you are bound to suc
We pay 4 per ceni
Why not open an
J. D. DAVENPORT, Pres.
R. C. CAR LISLE, V-Pres.
WTA HY is it that the averag4
VYmoney and propert)
him to be? It isn't because
average man is industrious a
$30,000 in the past ten yeai
much serious thought either
ous thought would teach him
would spend carefully and si
places any man ahead of his
A Bank Account helpa
money, makes it easier
and to have a growing be
penses. We invite your i
4 per cent.; Interest P
The Bank I
They have just recel'
Hog Feed, C. S. Meal
Seed Barley, Rye a
Their prices to suit
reatest makers of
in the United
Kid or Gum
)utton or lace.
loot is one of the
ith military heel,
xtension sole and
spending less than you
casier too, becomes sur
3 practiced it for a while.
abit of spending money
agine they cannot save.
ess and carefulness and
t interest on Savings.
>erry, S. C.
M. L. SPEAR MAN, Cashier
G. B. CROMER, Atty.
man is worth so much less in
than we have a right to expect
he don't make the money, for the
nd has earned from $10,000 to
s. It is because he doesn't give
to his income or his outgo. Sern
the true value of a dollar; the.n he
tve steadily. That system soon
you to realize the value of
l anafter paying ncesary e
kccount and will help you to save.
aid in $vnsDepartment.
or Your Savings.
ER BR OS.
,ed a fresh lot 'of Bran,
and New Hulls,