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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
VerrY. S. C., as 2nd class mItter.
Tuesday, October 23, 1906.
The Herald and News has sei
statements to all out of the vouiity
subscribers to (le paper. We havc
two purposes in thle statement. The
one is, of col'se, to get (lhe Imlonley
that is due us. The other is to find
out if you wilnt tihe paper to contimile
We have a m1mher of subseriber:
who hatvc not paid for several years
It does seem that if you have moved
fiar' away and wanit the home papet
You would pay for it. Another uIIr
pose inl sending these statements. i
to find out if vou have reevived tile
proper credit f'r1 what you have paid
We sometices make mistakes but are
iways (ready to take correction. TI
wats not our purpose to offend aUN
one but we need money to pay wha
we owe and we mulst ask our subseri
bers to help ns get it.
How about the proposition for thl
No do a little missionary wOrO
int)ra buildi . '' tie up1t one of tht
r10ads. say th one 1t the steel bridz
and Inake it a first class road. 1
will pay as an ilnvestiment and he
sides it would give the rarilers an
all taxpayers a demonstration of wha
a goIod road is amid then probably wi
could indiuce the whole county t
take ne matter up.
The farmers are. g.ettin a ,oo
taste (of had Ils tis all. Thi
should i heImIv a practical illustr":
tion of had roals and a desire f
'Te annual State fair npened i
Coitilnhi'l vestterday. It is relui
week uor -South arl('a1dians and the
should all g-o.
Last week was a hum
shouldn't they with th
bring them from Laur
est undersellers of Up
us with the throttle of
neighbor to beat youI
SiLKS! SILKS! SII
That are Stylish and Guarat
1000) yards of 36 inch guti
OTaffeta Silk. our $1.25 No. a
1000 yard1s of 36 inch gmt
Taffeta Silk,'our $1.50 No. at
1000 yards of 36 inch gum
Taffeta Silk, our $1.75 No.
Dress Gioodls! Dress 4
Hundreds of fashionably
ladies can be seen every d
was soldl by us. Our dress g
bought firom Arnold Constabi
New York 's most up-to-dal
gootds house and every piece o
ial bought from 1!" :'ou sure
there's no better to he had f
thing in fine dtress stuffs ai
mings. Come to healdquarE
the Cash Stor'e.
Good people, w
Our low prices
yet been told a
Come one, Con
We have had a touch of the Wes1
Indian 11uirricaine but apart from thl
rain t here was li tle (lamage.
e fiaImers a1re having a htatr(
i1nv gathering their crop .this yeal
owilg to the cothntiuous rains. The.)
should get the benefit of any advanle
Let ters remaining inl the post of
'ee at Newherry f*or the week endini.s
A. T. L. Adams.
H. Carrie floyd, Elory Boyd, Liz
C. La,h1. CoInts, Rer. lenlry Cros
Son 'Adam Cromer, Quiney Cook.
1). Mr. Jack0 Day, Howardl Davis
J. J. It. Dinery, Robert Dominiek.
E. Sallie Epps.
'I.lThimas Gre,Silie Griffinl
Geoiginiia Galhnan, EiaGala
Han Galman. iee ('lym1ph . Scot
(Nlln, ISoana fililliiam, Chadi
Glascom. George Gruber.
11. N'athaniel Hayes, Vinia Hender
SIn, W;,ilil Hendlersonl, Mfamlil
llenltz. . H.aran, Aman-11a Hat
mo,Lo 'S Hun11ter.
J. A 2r Jeter, Anna Jones, C. I
Jehkin Charlie Johnston, Bet"
K. '-.-m el Kinard.
t1L. Itte."jamlinl 1. Lam11tonl, Ida Lak<
E. E. Lyles (2).
.M. Walter Morgan. William Mabel
Rev. Chaipman Means, Mairy Meetzm
* Birdie McMorris, J. B. Moort.
r) N. N -.6on Nance, C. 11. Nesbitt.
P1. littie Pitts.
31. .1 .. Revildhs. "Mrs. C. 1'. He"
Ll .i , .1. 1. llustianl. Johnll eeder.
S. .1. A. C. Sims. Janio Ss(der
e Sli -h, I latriet Sinmith. Ilenriett
r Ste4cphen. .1. H. Slimley, W. E. Sun
miers, le.irietta Snher.
T1. -I. c. Terrell (3). Ella Thomi
son, Mary Thompson, Woodern Tu
aW. Mrs. S. E. Wanits, W. 'M. Wetir
. 'liz. WNhite. Wash williamls. Howe
Wilr,knian, Doc Waters. Anna Wasl
mer. Thousands of nei
e most up-to-date stock
'ens, Edgefield, Union,
>-to-date Dry Goods, Dr
Cut Prices thrown wide
aiere, but come today at
t in line and fo.c
KS! -Good Old Wear
~teed. -Cheaper Her. Th
5000 yds. 8 ets. 4
(tutr price 5 ets. yd(.
ranteed 5000 ydls. 8 1-2<
75 ets. spun, our price 6 1
ranteed 5000 yds. best hei
98 ets. 5000 yds. good h<
ranteed 1-2 ets.
t$1.24. 5000 yds. best he.
worth 12 1-2 ets.
od!500 yds. goodl wo(
500 yds. heaviest
dressed week 25 ets. yd.
Fy withi 500 yds. 36 ini. Snu
f which , and red, 48 ets. yd.
>ods are 500 yds. redi Flani
e & Co., 5)00 yds, cream fir
e dress 300 yds. apron
f mater-- ets. yd.
m se5500 yds. nice 12
>rn saey ette 10 ets.
gl, trim- 5000 yds.gode
r,ts5000 yds. best e
extra heavy 7 1-2<
~e want your.bus
will draw the cros
nd meet all your
rse all, and join in
ington, Bertha Waldrop, J. W. Wi
lace, New Wrenich, Laurence Wil
liamls, Chraimli Washington, J. V.
Persons calling for these will please
Say that they were advertised.
C. J. Pure-ell, P). M.
Ex-Senator Burton Preparing for Jail
Abilene. Kanis. Oct. 21.-Josepb
Ralph liuirton, formerly United sena
tor tromi Kansas, whose sentence tu
serve six mllonits inl the cotitl(y jail at
I111111ol, M., recently was upheld by
the. United States supreeic court, left
his home today for St. Louis, wherc
on Monday iorning lie will surren.
der to the district court, prepared tc
o to jail. He was acconpanicd by
Mrs. mliti-tonl and their adopted
dau.-hter, who will live inl Irontoll
duining Mr. Burton's incarceration
Last evening initerous townsmer
called oil Mr. Bution to bid hii good
bye. Ile seemed thoroughly cheerfu:
amid laughingly said to a reporter:
''I've paid my laliudry bill an1
looked after some other small inatter:
but I don't suppose that would inter.
est the puiblie.'
L Today when Mr. Burtoin and hi
faiily depart for St. Louis, I
11minber of friends were at the statioi
to see them off.
Nrwherry, Oct. 20.-Prof. C. B
1. Kicklighter. who is principal of th,
.,e;iing''iP lQdepartmt, and who ha
been unable to return to his dutie
on account of a severe case of typhoil
fever, is expected to reach Newberr
today or tomorro-w. A hearty welconi
.Mr. J. P). Wise has been elected t
a re'resenllt the tennis citib on a commit
i- tee composed of representatives frot
he difTerent colleges inl th Stat<
Which meet inl Colimbia ditring fai
r- week for the purpose of organizin
an iteircolle-iate tennis associatio
s, and provide a constitution for th
11 sanme. Tennis is one of the mot
i- I healthful sports and nothing would b
m customers lined our ci
of merchandise ever op
Lexington and Saluda, '
ess Goods, Shoes and Mi
open and the.Mighty s
hd get your sha, e of cris
)W the crov ds to
able Supplies 50t) yds. :3o
an Elsewhere. 1000 pairs
0 in. Sea Island worth $1.50 or
500 paits b
tis. 4(0 in. home- and1 wott $2.
-2 ets. 50 r.chi
'avy Onting at 4 00fnes
wy Outing 8 ets. -Millin<
>l jeans 16 ets. This is the
40 ets. jeans this timie. No wht
you find a mt
ting in blue black making head
mel at 10 ets. yd. dlepartmetnt lh
ntnel at 10 ets.,yd. p)lay grand,
eheck gingham 4 The hants thia
yotu will be
1-2 ets Flannell- thirds of tlh<
cek Hlomespttn at They all say
,and( talk hat
ieeked Hlomrespunm able assistai
'ts. yd. right and wil
iness, not by frier
y'ds from many n
friends and neig
the feast of barg
more of a stimuis to the worthy
game than an intercollegiate assoeia
President Scherer has just returned
fromi a visit to St. Matthews parish,
Orangeburg county, Ifev. J. D. Kin-.
ard, pastor. He met with a most grati
fying response in the matter of tho
endowinent fund. Subscribtions
aimounting to $01,225 were . received
from 20 persons who so kindly con
sented to aid in this cause.
Thie outlook for a successful year's
wo'k in the Young Men's Christian
association was never brighter than it
is today. All the men in the dorii
tory and in the nearby boarding
houses attend the meetings regularly
and a larger classes than ever before.
Your Money's Worth
Your Money Back!
The flower of delight is Isaac
Harter's A No. 1 Flour.
Guaranteed to retain every
particle of nutriment there is
in the finest wheat grown.
Harter's A No. I Four Satisti9s.
Sale ONLY by
ROBERT & WILLIAM.
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.
Notice is hereby given that the per
1sonal property of Mr. M. M-. 1lnyer
will be publicly sold on Monday,
Novenier 5, at 11 o'clock A. M. The
sale will take place on the Pet Mer
- chant place, near 'Mr. Dan Dominick's
an1d Mr. Welch Wilbur's places, three
rl miles from Newberry, above Helenn.
W. R. Gantt,
L. M Player,
>unters and packed our
ened by a Newberry Sto
tis a fact and 1he people
illinery that ever strucki
;earn of Price Cutting thi
p brand new bargains of
The Cash Store,.
n. Percales 5 ets. yd. Jack'
henvy Kangaroo shoes
r price $1.19. - Our sh
~st Brogan shoes made embrace
)0 our price $1.48. the newel
dren'sRShoes at 25 ets. direct ifr
iap quilt rolls 98 ets. and styl
Don 't th
wy, Millinery. til you e
place and today is the
~re in Sunny Dixie can Small
re up-to-date artist in
ear thani in our millin
Every visitor to this 8 pape
as pronounced the dis- 2 yds.
uagnificient, beautiful. - H an
are most becoming to 3 yds.
~howni you. Ask two- 3 prs.
ladies of Newberry for 25 c
ught their lovely hats. - 1 good
Cash Store. Come, in 1 pair
with- Miss Riser and her 1 pair
s. They know what is 1 pair
Isurely please you. 1 p)air
adship nor kinshig
tiles around. Rel
hbors.at The Cas
ains getting supp
WITH THE OPENINE
has puton disl
NewYork and P
Gage and 6
and thc very L
store from early morn ti
re and such tempting P
are finding it out every c
the old town of Newberr
-own over every line w
'fered at Newberry's Ch<
'tis the place to b
htS. Jackets. Jackets. 1
owning of Jackets does not 1
a million dollar output, but 1
4t and most up-to-date styles
omn Broadway. The new 1
most fashionable shopping3
district. Our sales of up- . 5 e
~oats have heel) wonderful.1
ink of buying a garment un- 1
>mne here. Always the newesat 4
ies a week by express. 10
and Useful Needed 5C
Supplies Here. S
rs of pins for 5 cents. 5
Calico for 5 ets.M
clkehiefs for 10 ets. at 1:
Silk Elastic for 25 ets. 1
15 ets. Hole proof stockings 14
SUndervest at, 19 ets. Ba
suspenders at 8 eta, buy
fancy 25 ets. socks at 10 ets. 5,
corsets at 15 ets. fine,
pants at 10 ets. oug]
>, but on a dollar
member the hali
hr Store' s Great
lied by THE CHEAPEST
| OF THE SEASON
atest styles n
i dewy eve. and why
rices. 'Tis enough to
Jay. We are the cheap
y. Fair week will find
e sell. Don't wait for
sapest Store, 'tis
fine shir1t at 39 cts.
Lood work Shirt for 29 ets.
table cloth at 19 cts,
fine Rug at 98 ets.
fine Belgium Rug at 25 cents,
$1.00 hair brush at 49 cents.
pairs of 25 cents ladies' hose for
fine undershirt $2.00, 1 for $1.24
0 nickle plated alarm clocks at
0 children 's jackets at $1.49.
ladies' fine jackets at 39 cents.
dlay dress buttons for 5 cents.
0 collars embroidered at 5 cents..
Pfine 50 cents belts at 25 cents.
einnn's -talcum powder selling
2 1-2 cents a can.
0 infant vests at 8 1-3 cents.
10 pairs .50 cents wool gloves at
iby caps $1.00 at 19 cents. Mama
000 Mollohon Mill percales, 'tis
,come in and see them. You
it to wear made-at-home cloth.
and cents basis
r has has never
Fair Week Sale.
STORE IN THE 2 e aOLniAS