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E. H. AULL, EDITOR..
Entered at the Postoffice at New
tiftorry. S. C., as 2nd class matte.
Tuesday, October 9, 1906.
GOOD ROADO AND RURAL MAIL.
"It, is ann1ou1iceed that the govern
ment will look more carefully to the
enforcement of its rule regarding the
roads over which rural free delivery
is established. Tle present relplie.
ment is: I'lolds traversed shall be
kept. inl good Condition aid unob
st-ructed by gales; there must be no
nbridged creeks or streams not ford
able at any season of lie year.'' In
many cases tile residents along pro
posed routes have muade imipror,eieits
that enable them to obtain rural de
livery service, but sometimes i te CC
forts to keep up the roads are re
laxed. But the g'overInent has de
cided that uinless tle roads traveled
by file Carriers are properly maiitbain
ed the Service will be witldrawn.
The l'ostoft'ice lepartilent now calls
oil lie ('arriers for reports oil the
roads, and will stop tile Service where
the highwaYs in question are had.
T'he :1597: rural deliverv carriers
now emiplolyed cver 86i.6..Illilem
daily, 1and it is till reasIonable to expeet
liei to contend with ne'-,lectted road-A.
or to wor1i,0 ,l' colt'1i iiullties lae hill
the ellelprise to ket'l tieir col11i01
hii.hwilys il develnt slhape. W het
ever a ,t'It il is di-11oliti ed tlhe in
habitlants 11themselves will he to hihainc
for it, 6or1 it alive to their own in1t
ests andl( thirl lluty to thet public they
wolit Jve tieir ro.als vi-orolls 'intt
colstal t attetlitioll. Tlt,' itlen (lhat a
route ollite ilit liorizetl is lievess.1.ilY
peillanelt is a illistalke. Ativiee tot
the hest rontd melvtods is supplied by
tlie Agiien'lta llear nlt,111 a .i a
Ite i".hb l o ho th 1at loses its iral de
liverY ilst itselt heat the I li er(,lit
for so tllpleasait adti humi1iliating an
The lerald and News has had so
1111lh to. sav li '.it '' l t aal htt 'iv
tlat we fech M eilt'tiili's a lit ltl t inhat
rassiellnt in nlle11tiollilig ilte sthlijt'ct.
11l14I 111t11 t't it- il11]11r4111ie w.-lilld ut
The aht've is 1liiW ed 6''l' tie ill
format iot' (t the pt-ophit i lt t im al
We t, not knw tihat ayiv Aif our
r t tes ill this etillilt y it ill 'lill.e or
ilie enlt or'eln f the ule re1 :t1
ing roads, but we rather stuspect that
if some of file roials over whih some
of these rural mail carriers travel
were criticallY exaiineld iid t ie rule
laid down above stritly eI I ici 'i'ed.
we wouild lose some t uIr. free de
It ls state il l (le 11i ttit.1 0tll We
1i t.' s aill.tvio;ilt l iv ie ert-. I r<ad
liSe t ttti il the ihiltlit 'tie o the
s'elv est il nep I hhunehasoreit.t Waei
1)ri'sthell ~2ut'i'eiiiiole il' tilie hi&'.irai oti
trits wliill~ sonii bea ased t ndtr~
awakened itoa teimiotaet at uih et
('vert' ofl; li ls Ileill e n pu of h at
veryabt stteps wltha(' 't ha e tken
i'tlti utiveall l ilt ftah tle tloitui_
Iet isr tl 1 ' 11i'tt t toi t e anyrollt dfian.
(oltillelled. tt i hi catiw'iy wtoe wotld
eo a'lweek', toite it makoles hil eek
tciit liite it taes hount ighee
hae is nai exe!ithered a his doo
- pnnticle' whenverse havle chood~
rt ok:is isn go alltf theserural oni
abuI )1 ti difelat atother laborerl of inyt
ind these days.e Theil eonru hai beer
thmel t o cuit ire nown u tovei'wood.
tolmt nogh forhon wmeyl ahost.iI
He isno texperld wih they dox.-aff
The dtors as thtat tee hp
ain mfay bite thtovicte woobeor
breakfoastiso ak aitovestont.
th don t m uatters faery muh
abou pTtingral anderseger trai
ohnk the demniand reenvhille trineo
ifthe othen bewiln onlrun aonhm
~ybte (1(won that I iei opeae
bein wilnghor the preset,tod wt.o
th )us o n diinltan
a morning train froin Grven
villo nud an afternoon tra
froin Colubia. We still think thi
would accolumodate 1ore people ali
give more general satisfacttion but w1
never pressed our contenitions becaul
at (lie Belton meeting in May th
other delegates from Nwherry ai
( hose from Volumbia went off a'(el
the idea of' a third train. The rail
road people would have made til
change we suggested here at that thim
01r early this 'all. Oreenlville wantiet
that and all 1 he pa1111ronls down th11
road below NMety Six and many o1
those from 'Ninety Six to Andersonl
in fact Anderson woild have beei
-.4lad to have ha1d such a sehedule il
there would have beet no chang1-e 01
the Ble Ridge.
AN 1DITOR'S PAY.
Oine of (lite g.reatest. and in many
eases the greatest problem a comitri
editor has to solve is how to make I
living. So many people linever giv(
a mo1ment 's thou;g-ht to tle edilor oI
their paper. taking it as a natura
fact tha he is an easy-going, wel
fit teled. happy mian. Whereas. tc
the contrary often he is sorely press.
ed to make ends meet. Alnd becinst
of this mental straini is uniable fit t1iv(
his people the best that his brair
Sm cirihers ofen reasi'm thaithei'
small dollar will 11ake ittleI differ
\01e, ubetlht- liley pay up1) or not
st' (1quenitlv a Im ihor reason th111
wa. t le etitor i. 111rown hack ,inat
hat tI'm. The ampment in full of :al
sibsc riptit nlls will not 1p.ay lct
lv when only I a rt isi '
birassing 4osition0.- 'ort Mill Tines
The taking of a livin is n r.eat
proIblelm1n with o I e l111b1,e I an Ih
vilitor and14 it is a perplexinlg' onle ti
Ilit editor thonm.h1 it shonul no"t h),
h nl'1d \\-I Ilk re.n 111 ar-l every y a te
lie edit or * office 1an 1d p ay the siaill
pittanici thait a-ii chai e for i I h I i .
1 . 1 6r118
We Will Save
every Dollar Y<
Some "Red Hot
Shoes, Hats, Sh
-. b-t.(.. tts.... .....$4.9
1 4C 5.00 snits ........3.0
418-$S.00Tsuits .. .. .....8
50 .0 u t*.,. . .. . ti.70
514-$12.50 sis......... ..9.80
69t)-$12.50 suits $9.00
49-$9.00 suit s... .. .. ....$7.50
BOY'S' KNEE PAN4TB
Boy 50 ennts Pants ...8 ets.
102 Men 's 90 c. pants . .08 cts.
13l7-Men's $1.00 pants . .89 ets.
110-Men's $1.50 pants..$1.09
137-Meni's $2.00 p'ants .... $1.48
Piie reCdnee'd on $3.00 4.00 and
$1.25 hats .... ........98 ets.
50 ets. hats .... .......38 ets.
$2.00) hlis.. ...... ......$1.48
$4.00 hats .......$2.98
Keep your hands on y
before you see our tin'
money back. We S
In Now Poaina Rul
per, and then the problem o.0 t ak
ing a liviig would ho solved.
t lIt they don't do it and they 4on1
I alys say nice things about the Odi
tor for while he is trying to solW
this problem of how to make a livinj
he is gterally talking on other mat
I ers in his paper -nid many peopi
w ho do not agree with himu get Imai
and wont pay him and 'try in othe
ways to get even as they call it, bu
the editor, he goes oi and managel
to keep the wolf away from the -doo
in some way, and lie gets evenl too.
1Pit seriotisly ever body who owei
lie editor shoild pay him. The Heralt
and New.s ha.; lots of money owil
to it from people who have read it foi
man - years and it' each one wouli
just pay evenl a smai,ill amluiounit W,
colid pay what we owe and it, woulh
ma1.1ke us So happy to le able to dI
this. Now we ask every one wh
reads this and owes the paper any
thing to contribute his part to mak,
te editor ha1ppy. We believe he Wil
do it and do it at once.
What Government Ownership Means
Sout hern Farm NlIIanizinle of Baiti.
Imlore for October.
GoverIlneit owiership of railroadf
is a menace tot lie liberties of tilt
Aierie.an leople and of all tle bless.
niis deptiedet upon0 thet eni.ioymient 4)1
toonse libertives. G,ovcrnmmnt owner.
sii plave ellny ill the llands of 1
'rty that 1aiy at Ihe lloment be en.
t lit hl I I l1' .inlierieail govern
til, lt. it ives tile party in powe
ihiiy t ' 11 tie peple into the bil
Il l r (411It% ralise, moneyV it) pay
fo 1 a.I.,1 r1oalk. it, thev are to bec
arhsdpri-cminlary* ti ownership,
or t, roh th1 e olt into the billioin
t ,lulrs it'4wnership is to colie bly
WAY 1! c !t i- t:111411. It .ives the party
n meer drect lldnrel ofatols
.n*n.CiIii1 -o- andi indirect cotol
o at lea-t .1nother 2.000,000 votes
n14ough1 to decide .inV election ill favol
of1tihe partv inl powV*er 1 and inl fiur
New Goods! I
You from 20 to
u Spent With IJ
'prices on Clotk
ane, Ladies' Jac
$u.00 shos Pa 1.athe . F3
i.t0t sholes Pat [eather . .$24
$2.50 shoes Vii .. ........$1 .08
.12.00( shoes \'ici.. .......48
$1.75 shn es ( reedmr~e ...$1 .48
Meni's 50c. Fleeeed Underwvear 43e.
Ment's 50e'. Ribbedl Underw.ear 25e
Lad1(ies' Fleceed Underwear 48e.
jLadies5' -Ribbed Underwear 23e.
Laudies ' Union sniits.......25e.
Iadies' $6.00 Jackets...$4.98
Ladies' $5.00 Jackets .. .$3.98
Men 's 25c. half hose .. ....19le.
Men's 15c. half hose .. .....12e.
Men 's 12 1 -2c. half hose .. .. 8e.
Men 's 10e. half' hose .......5e.
Ladies' FleeeedI Line Hlose . .10e.
1500 matches .... .. .....0e.
18 cakes gooid hiannd(ry soap. .25c.
2 Boxes Blue .. ...... .....
our pocketbook and dot
e and get our prices. \~
all for Less and Save Yo
Ldln, '"ext toJ. W. Wh
therance of any additional revolution,
ary policy it may- choose to Pursie1P.
t It will give the party in power the
chance to use all the -aTnificationa
- of our already great system of rail
3 ways, with its 212,000 mileage, to dis
e cipline any section or any community,
and to wreck financially and person
ally any individual inclined to op
pose the party inl p)ower.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROIANA,
COUNTY OF NEWBNERRY.
IN COUTl OF PROBATE.
J. W. Peterson as adininistrator of
(lie estate of Mrs. N. M. Speer, .de
Ceased, and inl his own right,
Thomas ". Peterson et al-, Plain
,Jessie L. Peterson, Defendant.
Complaint to sell land in aid of
personalty to pay debts, etc.
Pursuant to a decree of the Court
in (lhe above stated cause, 1 will sell
ai public outery, to the highest bidder
at Newherry C. II., 8. C., on salesday
iin November, 1906, being the 5th day
ot (lie muonth, during the legal hours
for such sales, the followiug described
tract of land, situate in Newberry
Comnty in said state, and being the
Inact of, which the late Mrs. N. M.
Speer died seized and possessed. to
wit: all that tract contlaining sixty
tiS 16-100) eigh( and 6'11v-six one
hun111dredths acres, Iore or less, bounid
ed4 now, or formerly by land of' Mrs.
Chupmlp W'..............e :ma and
ot hers. A mTore 1ull description of
which wvill '1ppearll by reference to a1
plat of Ile saine1 madie by 1'. W eber,
. Di., 1')v srveorl oi November
1 9tl h,S174.
Terns of sale. Cash-Purchaser t6
pay for papers-11, (he terms of sale
ari not complied withl tle land will
he resold it (he risk ol the tirst pur
haser. oil tle same or some subse
inlI salesday. ulpon same terims.
6. n. Tioipson,
.udge of Probate. Lalrens County,
35 per cent. on
[s. . . . . .
iing, Dry Goods,'
kets and Skirts.
6pprPins .... .......
50 elothes pins ....... ....5e
St ockinig Da rners. .. .. .. ..
3 spl)ls H. P. Emnbroidlery, coit
Large Bottle Macline Oil ....e
20 Nutmegs .... .... ......c
2 spools cot. .. .... .......
12 cola buttons.. .. ....
$1.00 Alarm clock .. ... . .59e.
$1.00 wvatch guaranteed for one
year .... ...........79c. -
$2.50 8-day ejoek.. .... ..$1.98
All wool blankets, pair .. ..$2.29
Comforts .. ...... .....98c.
C'ounterpanes $1.50 kind . .98e.
Con terpanes $1.25 kind.. .. 79e.
Large Family bible, red letter
for .. .... .........$1.98
Vt spend a "Red Cent"
Ve give satisfaction or
u Money on Everything.
vberry, S. C.
11TH THE OPENING
as puton displ
Gage and Or
ind the very fa
Ke &Ii S1Li
We now have
Fall and Wil
All the new thii
ties, etc. Our
The Ladies', Mic
Iren's Hats are be
Be sure and see
Ask to see our yard wide Silk T
EARHARDT & WELl
Jnder the Personal direc
The Evolution <
[he One Original and Up-to-Date Mi
is good. Everythinj
leautiful Scenery, Startling Electrics
A GREAT COMPANY,
Coming in their own Spa
Wa.it for the Big Noonday Pa
His Story Was True. fr
Rew Orleans Times-Democrat.w
aiHd te' enithisiastic tourist alto igm(
lis collection of souvenirs; ''you see irr
t is an Arabie inscription."
HI-s friend was traning the cup cur r
riously around. At length hd re' an
"Yes, the inscription is Arabic, all
s''Sure rep ied the returnedt our
fa possible doubt,
''You can ree'd it better if you turn th
the cup t,,aide down,'' suggestfid the v
OF THE SEASON 9
Ay the latest
test styles in
,igs in Dress
-ses and Chil
our line before
Y, s. C.
affeta at 80c. yard.
tion of AL G. FIELD
nstrol Show. Everything that
; that is new..
I Effects, Gorgeous Costumes,
A GREAT SHOW.
cial Train of Cars.
rade and Band Concert.
end; and suiting the action to the
r'd, ho showed -the tourist that the
~sterious chlaracte3rb were nothing '
ire than ''1903'' engraved in rough,
egular figures on the metal.
"The rascal '' exclaimed the out
red collector: ''he told me that was
Arabic inscription when he sold it
''He told you nothing more than
a t,'was the reply. ''You for
that our numnerials are Arabie."
But, somehow, from that moment
i 'eotor k at interest in the sou
iir from Morocco.