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Ex Mind and Fm
R. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at Nem
'..v. S. C., as 2nd class matte'.
Tuesday, October 16, 1906.
Mr. 0. L, Toole hias been elected
the senate froml Aiken county to su
cled the late Senator W. E. Johnso
Mr. Too e is sai( to favor iacoi opti<
and county control of the whisk<
question as against the State dispe
sary. Senaor Johnson, his predece
sor, and whose unexpired term lie w
fill was in favor of the state dispe
sary. If the Senate was as close
claimed the election of Mr. Toole wj
change the situation to one nijori
against the State dispensary.
A railroad from Union via Whi
mire to Newberry and Augusta wi
do more to build up the town of Whi
mire than a county seat. In this df
and time a county court house and
few county officers do not make
prosperous town, in fact, are not no
essary adjunts to its prosperity. Wi
a iet work of trollcys and a system c
good roads a few miles from tli
Court houlso do not couint mnuch.
Mr. Coleman has done much f
Whitmire and the next thing 1
should do and he cal do it, is to s
cure another railroad from Union
Newberry via Whitmire.
Every time we go to the depot. ar
the more we think albout it, the mo
strongly we are convinced of the su
gestioni maie in The 1[er-(d and Nev
somne time ag-o to move the passeng
station of the Slothern on tle nor
side o Main sreet. It will (ost, I
more than111 to build uibrella shle
and will give muc11eh more room 1 4
v4lecles aId will add very iuelh to t
11%livaeaiane of' the station. It w
also be 1mneh miore eoivenienii F1
passeagvrs. 'e are sttisfied th
Pre(sidenlt Childs would prefer to <
this and we believe lint Mr. Willian
of the Southerni, would agree to
All that is necessary is for the pi
per officials at Newberry to ask th
it be donle. We would like for L
proper committee of the Clhaiber
Commerce to go over and look at t
location and the surroundings and
are satisfied that if they would, thi
In fact, every ii
SHOES FOR EVER
Baby's soft sole shoes,
lace or button, at 23 cents.
Children's all solid leat
wedge and spring hel lace
at b0 cents.
10 cases boys' and girls' E
or shoes .at 75 cents.
e10 cases boys' and girls'
erdress shoes, wrhes
pair, for $1.00 and $1.25.
10 cases men's and wor
leather everyday shoes f<
10 cases shoes, best ever
for men and women, at $.
10 cases women's Alne.si
patent kid, gun metal and
blucher or plain, "Krlpper
Come direct to
tWhite Spreads, She
whether you buy or
I would be convinced that this sugges
tion is the prqper thing to be done.
AS TO ELEOTION RETURNS.
The following appeared in the
State yesterday morning. This ae.
count will amount to a considerable
saving and secure the delivery of the
election returns as promptly and an
safely as they would be delivered by
to a messenger. It should be stated also
that this amendment, was introduced
and piassed by Senator Blease of New
In his let(er of instructions to the
ianagers of election, Mr. R. Maxey
McCown, assistant secretary of state,
calls attention to the following pro
visions of the election laws, an amend
nent passed in 1905 after the last
"See. 221. After the final adjourn
ment of the board of county canvas
scis, and within the time prescribed
in this chapter, the chairman of said
- board shall forward, addressed to the
governor and secretary of state, one
copy by mail and one copy by express, 4
1Y the returns, poll lists and all papcr3
* appertaining to the election."
* This section was passed in order to
save expenses. The law had required
h the returns to be brought to Columbia
by the messengers of the county
e boards, and this was too expensive
for a mere formality.
le THE STATE FAIR.
1 The annual State Fair will be held
in Columbia next week. This is the
great annual reunion for South Car
Olinians. Everybody should go and
d take all 11he children and the wife too.
re Tlie trains will be so operated that
- yon can g4)( down and slend the (lay
V4 and retfurn at nlight if you wish to
Dr stay 110 longer.
h The pre.--iden( and secretary have
lo sent out a circular in which this state-.
Is ment occurs:
11' ''In connection with the ''Great
le [air Week'' will be held the ''Home
ill Coing veek'' for all South Carolin
i)r iins w h%o now live elsewhere. They are
at invite to collie home, back to the old
lo Palnetto State, the State we love So
is, well; come back to see and mingle
it. with the loved ones, to renew ties
o- tlhat will hind their hearts forever to
the land oC outr birth. Help us to
lie get them to conic home.
of '' Fair We#bk will still he ''Fair
he Week,'" only better; there will be
Ve more exhibits, attractions, amuse
ey ments, fun, entertainment than everli
ch of space in our
E !"Uta" makes,:every 1
S10 cases men's fine sl
'BODY E ton, laco and congress, i1
al oos from the best manufactu
*Uclos and box calf at nrices
her shoes, $2.00, $2.60, $3.00, $3.60,
or button DrssGods
olid leath- a d D m
olyi $1.50a . 20 pieces all wool I
.y$16 & also Mohairs, in black a
for 76 cents at other
ten's solid price, 49 cents.
>r $1.00' 26 pieces 52-Inch Brot
yday shoes ed back, chiffon finish,
15 and 1.60 $1.26. for 98 cents.
oes in kid, 15 pIeces 62-Inch B
vici stuck, shades wanted, worth $1
dorf" and 10 pIeces 52-inch all-a
us for Men's, Women's
ets, Pillow Cases, Curtain
n guaranteed, or money b
not. Don't forget the plac
MITH THE OPENINI
has put on disi
Gage and 6
and the very 14
41o W 6 M 0.n
)efore. Come and join with us in
The home coming should be a great
reature btut there will be others. To
Lis the great feature of Fair week
las been the meeting of friends fron
ll parts of the state.
The town clock should be regulated
vid made to keep correct time. For
the past week it has been running
en minutes late.
IOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the un
lersigned will, on the 31st. day of
)etobar 1906. maka a final stetlement
m the estate of John F. Banks, de
weased, and will immediately there
fter apply to the Judge of Probate
'new store, up si
1air guarn You can't match
I p adP .50- for 49 cents,
1008, in but- 60 bolts of 38-i
ought direct tians, Berges, Mol
rers, vici kid in plaids and plh
angin.g from at 49 cents.
$4.00 to $5' A big assortml
plain and plai
,Silks, Worth 40 cent,
gic , A big assortin
anama cloth, E nels, White F
ad blue, 6ell Homespuns, Dril
stores, our mers, AT LOWI
10 pieces prett:
idcloth, twill- 10 pieces prett
reaa value is 10 pieces prel
50 cents, 76 centi
roadcloth, a3g 5 pieces best
.00for 75cets. Silkin town at
rool Sackinga 5 pieces 36-inc
and Children's Underw
8, Rugs, TrUinkiand Si
ack if you wiant it. We
e.-We are lp our newa
IOF. THE SEA'8
)lay the latec
atest styles i
for letter dismissory as adm
tratrix of said estate. All parties
in:- elaimse against said estate
present same on or before that
and all parties due the said e.
will make prompt payment.
Notice is hereby given that
books of registration for the Tow
Newberry, S. C., are now open,
the undersigned as Superviso
Registration for said town will
said books open every day from
m. to 5 p. m., (Sundays excepted)
ending the 1st day of December,:
' Eug. S. Werts
Supervisor of Registrati
airs and dow
- this fall and v
it, Worth 75 centa,
ch Sackings, Vene
ais and 1(enriettas,
in, specIay priced
mnt of Worsteds, in
i-also flannel- ME
ont of Flannelottes, $15.0
Flannels, Rod Flan- - Mi
lannels, Shootings, ' Schk
ls, Je'ans and Cassi. mont
ST PRICBS. fit at
r plaid Sgks at 49 c. .Dc
i plaid Silks at 79 c. suit
;t Taffeta Silks at . sas
Sand $1.00.' yo:
..inch black Taffeta -you
I CentI. 20
i Peau4e Sole, $1.00 and
ar, Hosiery, Glove!
ilt Cases. We poelt
w~ant your trade this
~tore in McCaughriu
Tennyson could take a
poem on It and' make it w
Rockefeller can write a few
make it worth $1 O0O,000
States can take an ounce and
it an "Eagle Bird" and -make
A mechanic can' take mate
watch springs worth $1 ,0002
take an article worth 75 ci
BUSINESS. A lady .can pt
s fers one for $27.00--that's F
works ten hours a day and
$1.25 per day-that's LAB
vests in good real Estate-thal
I have 429 acres of land wi
a nice 8-room residence with
7. tenant houses, 75 or 100 a<
fence. This is gocd fertile la
for the money I know of. Te:
Do not forget, If you have
liant immediate returns, I hav
J A. B
"The Man Betwee
EARHARDT & V
The One Guaranteed
late and the Ever
"" Mabel M(
x-. IN THE GREAT E
ar o As played ovi
;e MRS. LESI
, in- Positively the greates
Prices S0c., 75c.,
n stairs, is filled
othing for Men*
thing to fit everybody.. Best 5
n's high-grade all-wool suits, e
and colored, single and double
ted, slims and regulars, worth
0 at $10.00.
n's fine tailored high grade-..
Ss make- clothes, every gar-(
a perfect beauty in style and
$12.00, $15.00, $16.60 and $18.00
n't think of buying your new
ontil you have seen our line this
>n.. We will guarantee, to save
rrom $1.00 to $2.60 on evbry suit
buy.. Satisfaction guaranteed,
) men's suits, a31 wool mixturesI
black, worth $7.60 and $8.56O; will
Ively can save you rnone
#all. It is a pleasure for
duilding, Boyce street.
worthless sheet f ppe. WTIte a
orth $65,000-tbat's GENIUS.
words on A sheet of paper and
-that's CAPITAL. The United
a quarter of gold and stamp upon
It worth $20.00-that's MONEY.
rial worth $5.00 and make it into
-that's SKILL. A merchant can
)nts and sell ItJor $1.00--that's
irchas6 a $1.00 hat, but she pre
'OOLISHNESS. A ditch digger
handles several tons of earth for
OR. When aman or woman in
thin three miles of Kinards, with
halls, nice oak grove, 4 wells,
:res of pasture lnd under wire
id, and I believe the best place
some surplus funds on which you
e some stock that will interest you.
n" Buyer and Seller.
Attraction of the Year,
t of the Season,
)r 1,000 times by
t play on the American
$1.00 and $1.50
with brand new,
ose at $5.00.
Boy:,' aat woll made, and good 4
uality at $1.00, $1.25, $1.75, $2.00,
3.'00, $4.00, $5.00 and $8.00 a suit
Boys' hats and caps at 25 cents,
) cents, 75 conte~ and $1.00.
Boys' knee pants at 25 cents, 50
)mts, 75 cents and $1.00.
4en & Boys' Over
oats and Raincoats
Men's Overcoats from $5.00 to $15.
Men's Rain Coats from $10 to $18.
Boys' Overcoats from $3.00 to $8.00
,Full Line of
ADIES' CLOAKS AND SKIRTS.
bia s, Blankets, Comforts
p oh all lines of goods we
us to show you our goods