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A SUGGESTION REPEATED.
The ,New Union Station-Woik o
Track Noaring 0o,MItion
Move the Depot.
The C., N. & L. railway had abot
completed the track and tresti
which were made necessary in ordt
to have the union station.
Once more before the umbrell
sheds are begun The Herald an
News desires to call attention to tl
sug4restion which it has made in r
gard to the movitt,r of the *presei
* passenger station of the Southern o
the north side of Main street. Sue
an arrangnment, would afford ce nu;
better aceconjmodation to the trave
ing publi, that it is mentioned agaii
information has beer 'rcepived froi
both. roads and the -ailroad commi
sion that such an arrangement woul
be agreeable to all of them if it m(
the a;rp--al of the citizens of Nov
berry. Of course the union passei
ger station should be entirely remoi
ed from the freight deliet, but th!
is not practicable just ncw, afnd tt
suggestion here made will not in ti
least re(nrd the building of the unio
station. at such plce that. will 1
agreeable to all parties and that wi
be in kecping w'.'h tho growth an
prlogress of the city.
Of consc Newbery ought to hav
and deserves a better station than si
will hidve even after the improvi
ments now in progress are man. ]
will not be long before the railroae
will rea.lize this, and there will I
little trouble in securing a moder
passenzer station. For the presen
however, if the station that we no
have was moved oil the north side c
the sthet. as herek- si,e ted. it w,.l
EARHARDT & WELLS, I
A Study of Love at
By His Novel
Seats on Sal
"The longest pole kn,ocks down
New York. While there securc
cheap things (,not in quality bni
about complete and we invite ins
sledge hammer prices, and in Dr<
from 5c. yd. to $1.50.. Elegant
* Checked Homespun 5c. up, Jean
line Clothing, men's, youths' ar
.New York scooped lot of Boys' 4
This breaks all records. First ho
soon. H-ats and Caps, new Bron
the 1.ewest and prettiest. Dor.'t
just right. For Groceries, Hard
Ax and Bay State Shoes, Drop I
years. '793 old reliable Domies;
I ,ooo bnahels Seed Red Oats,
Beautiful Parlor Organ, Oak,
Making 24 H UNDR E Bs
SEE FLOUR Just Received
Best Patent $4.e
Best H alf Pat. 4,
Best Meal 80e, i
Best Grits $1 .75
be, such a great improvement of what
we have had that we might be able
to put up with it for a brief period.
If anything is to be done ilong this
line, it should be done at once.
-TO MOVE FROM GREENWOOD.
The Baptist Press will Hereafter be
PubMihed at Union.
e Greenwood, October 29.-Announ
,- cement is made to-day that the Bap
it tist Press, the successor of the South
n Carolina Baptist, will be moved to
i Union and published hereafter from
I that place. The Rev. Louis J. Bris
1- tow, who, with the Rev. V. I. Masters,
. owned and edited the paper, has sold
n his interest to the Rev. L. M. Rice,
;- for many years pastor of the Baptist
I Church at Union. Mr. Masters wil
iti retain his interest in the paper and
will move with it to Union. Mr.
. Bristow has a serious throat trouble
and has been told by his physician
is that lie must seek outdoor work. He
e will move his family to the country
c in Anderson county, and will continue
n preaching twice a month to a Baptist
e church in that county.
11 The Baptist Press, which succeeded
I the South Carolina Baptist, has been
publi!lhcd here for two years by
, Messrs Bristow and Masters. It has
c taken a high. stand among periodicals
of its class, and is still growing in
:t favor and strength. The South Caro
s lina Baptist started some ten years
e ago at Lake City and was moved from
n there to Greenwood. Messrs. Bristow
L, and Masters have made hosts of
v friends in Greenwood, who regret ex
f ceedingly their removal from this
,ESSEES AND MANAGERS.
'THE C 1ANSMAN."
H IS NEW PLAY
d Socialism, Suggested
of Same Name.
e at City Cafe
hbe persimmon.'' Just returned from
d the new things, nice things and
t in orice). Our immense stock is
ection. We can only mention a few
xss Goods the new things,- shades, etc.,
linaghams 5c. yd., Homespun 5c. up.,
~, Flannel, Outings full line. Elegant
id boys', and Overcoats. While in
slothing whichi we offer at 49c. suit.
about sold out 3econd lot expected
dway styles. In Millinery we have
take our wvord, com.e and see, prices
pare, &c., we lead the van. Battle
lead Sewing Machines warranted ic
ec Machine, $65.0o kind $25-00
acked 60o. bu.
r'els of that CHOICE TE.NNES
and while It lasts to go at
0 1Every bbl.
LESSON IN SOIAL ECONOMY.
Exhibit at Jamestown Exposition to
be Educational Fictor in Improv
ing Conditions of,Working
Norfolk, Va., Oct. 31.-Social
Economy will oomprise one of the
international and instructive exhibits
at the Jamestown Exposition to be
held on the shores of Hampton
Roads, near Norfolk, Va., next year.
The celebration commemorates the
founding of the first English-speak
ing settlement in America at James
town, Va., in 1607 and is the most im
portant historical event in the his
tory of the United States.
This exhibit will show the develop.
ment attained during three hundred
years along these lines and will be
complete and comprehensive in char
acter. Interest in the- display is fur- I
ther enhanced by a series of daily 4
lectures to be given in a hall provid- I
ed for that purpose. The lectures I
will be illustrated with stereopticon i
views and moving pictures, showing <
the various phases of progress from I
the inception to the present develop- I
inent of this branch of work. This I
feature will be under the auspices of i
the National Civic Federation of i
New York, and the American Civic
The exhibit will show the develop
1 hope each one of yoi
in this advertisement.
so many, you can easily
Ex-President, Grover I
to enrich its owner as u
savings in realty near s4
No matter who you ar
ARE YOU RICH NOw&
AREYOU POOR? Yc
To have a surplus cap
Real estate is a bank t
it is financed with your
profitable than well locc
If your savings are ea
have helped others to r
Be on the safe side an
lieve is the best investrr
siderably, besides payir
to $5.00 per share with
you make in good stock
either mailed to you or i
Farms at $30 to $50.00 per acre ti
the acre is really the best investmentl
for instance, lands in Kentucky and
price, and yet do not yield as mucl
In my advertisement a few days
stores, and also some lots on the Y.
convenient. Good investment.
The stores have been sold, and soi
good investments in stores and othe
county, and I am listing these belov
I want to call your attention espe<
residence, and one of the most con
sewerage and electric lights, in facd
the best, places that I know of for s
1, 2, 3, 4. Lots near my residence
5, 6, 7, 8, 9. Known as the Whe4
and water works. These are amonj
being a few minutes walk from the
streets leading to the new Court Ho
i8, 19,. 20, 21, 22. One story brici
be bought at a very reasonable pric
be built today.
23. Two story brick store betwee
scraper. One of the best locationsi
24. Livery Stables.
25. One and one-half acres near ]
26. 350 acres near Whitmire, wit
27, 28 Sold.
33' 34. 35, 36> 37. Sold.
40. I15$ acres of land t wo and a
with two cabins, barn and stables, <
41. House and two-acre lot at Mc
42. Splendid building lot in Broo
46, 47, 48. Sold.
52. Four acres of land, bounded b
Parr property. One acre of this rec
55, 56. Withdrawn.
57. For sale, two two-story brick
ment in municipal and rural improv
ments in the Physical arrangement of
cities and towns; the treatment of
streets and parks, and the' methods
of sanitation and drainage. It will
also include organized or individual
efforts made by employers for the
benefit of employees; the establish
ment of sanitary work places, the
means employed for education, re
3reation ind housing of the working
elasse4 social settlements, children
playgrounds, public baths, etc.
The section devoted to charities
ind corrections will 'include an exhib
t from state and municipal institu
ions for the care of defectives, de
endents and delinquents, showing
he most ellicient methods fo' the pro
ection of life and property against
rime, pauperism and disease.
An exhibit of the regulations gov
irning labor and industry will consist
argely of charts, photographs, print
d matter, maps, models and appara
us. By means of a series of statis
ical charts will be shown the average
'ate of wages and the relative .ost
>f living; the effect of strikes and
ockouts, and the extent of the em
)loyment. of women and children. Ma
erial relating to special movements
md investigations and their results
vill be set forth inl graphic form.
A feature of especial human in
crest will be the exhibit showing the
levices for safe guarding the lives
A who wish to improve
I wish I could write eat
see why I write this an
D"eveland, says, "No :r
ndeveloped realty. I a
>me growing town. TI
e, where you are or ho'
'? You may become po
u may become rich if I
ital in reserve will prev
IMES ASK YOURSELF
hat cannot fail. When
money, acting under
tted real estate near a
WHERE IS Y
rning you only 4 per c(
kake profitable investrr
d write or come and ta
ent of any stock on ou
ig you a dividend. In (
in a year, besides the d
s give you very little I
iotice sent you, and yo
at will make a bale of cotton to
in Real Estate that you can make,
other States sell at a much higher
per acre in money as our best
ago I called attention to three
J. Pope property, as being very
ne of the lots. I have yet some
r Real Estate around the city and
~ially to No. iwt. This is a new
venient places for business, with
I believe one of the best, if not
ale at the price.
,r property, directly on sewerage
mthe best located lots in the city,
public square, and on one of the
t stores on Main street, which can
e, perhaps as cheap as they could
ai the new Post Office and the bacy
n the city for a bank.
hplenty of timber and pasture land.
)alf miles from Mountville, S. C.,
otton houses, orchard, good spring
untville, S. C.
y three streets, part of the H. L.
stores on Main street.
and limbs of workingmen and wi
men, and for preventing acciden
under ordinary conditions of life an
labor, to which the general public
exiOsed. This part of the disph
will be classified as follows: Phot(
graphs, models and drawings of a
folding; protective devices for boi
ors, water gauges, signal apparatu
boiler and pipe valves; also prote(
tive devices for electrical machiner
and acetylene apparatus motor an
power transmitters, turning on an
shutting off power, belt conntion
couplings, etc; fire protect, - an
preveiitive measures against premn
ture explosioiis;fhst aid to the injul
ed; mining and quarrying; devices i
use of stone erushin, maehinor;
methods of storing explosives, safet
devices for looms, carding, paper ci
tinig, stamlpinig and( Mould1ing mla"Ahil
cry; appliances for elevators, hoist
etc., workingmens dwellings, Jress
ing and living rooms together wit
models, plans and photographs c
workingmiens industrial betternmen
institutiois of all kinds.
Another feature which eanniot fa
to JIrove intieresting will he the exhib
it of the Phlliladelphia (omimerci;
Muselmi -Amowing the (levelopilent 0
the Co--neree of the United Ngnir
from is oe;:iiiing to the pr,,cul
your financial crnditic
of you a persz..
d r-int it.
lvestrna:nt on ear.h iS S
Lvays advise my* your
were ".,7 ;o Su.4chn -aving!13
N old you are, it ih your
>Ok if you don't s.ve.
iou savo money ard in
eft you from driftiig c
, HOW QAN MY MON
you own Real Estate y
your direction. No in
%nt. or 5 per cent. I cai
ents, and I ca; . p y(
1k to me. I have some
r market. This stock v
>ther words, I believe t
ividends it you get.
;rouble. Every six m<
u only go to the bAks
59. Two-story brick store on N
6u. Fout acri.s of Imid, with fi
Rents for i8e. oo per year.
6z. Six room house with dlinir
3 I-a to 4 apr'-! I omd with va?cant
garden. Beyonmd Southenrr. Raill
for Manufactiung Plant.
63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68. Lots on
located and welb drained.
69 70. Sold.
7!. Brick ly.i!.ding knownii
new forty h-ir; boiler anid en
latest improved~ ea'chineriy, caipac
is a splendid j.lace for a gin.nera
72, 73, 74. Withdrawn.
75- For Satle. Fifty-four acr
This is in the incorporate lirmits.
76. Cottage ..nd large lot.
78. For Sale. House and lo
New berry. Coitoni Mill. Will cu
79. One of the best plantatic
one mile from Silver Street. a scd
is in cultivauion, 90 of thib recen
acres in pasture land. Telep..hon
8x.' 150 acres of land, 6 miles
84. One and one half acres loi
85, 86, 87. Sold.
87 1-2 Withdrawn.
90. For S?le Four room cotta
about t wo acres of land, good tem
as the Slawson Phice.
91 , 92, 93. SQld
94. Bid wanted for twenty Shi
95. 400 acres good lana witi
miles wvest of Newberry, .z miies
96, 97. Lots near 0. McR. lo
98. Lot at Silver Street, a i
from a church and school, seven.
and stables, good two room tenan
99. For Sale. Twenty shares
roo, rOr. Sold.
roz. Wanted.. Two s,barea Ed
i04. Lot ne: r Mollohon Mfg. 4
105. Plantation containing zr,o
two good barnm'. pienty of outbui
"Buvy r a nd .0-!r
- When a man tells you how you
;s ought. to rin your business, just'take
d a look at the way he is ruming his
, I will continue my Restau
a rant at the old stand until I can
got moved into my new quar
Lers, ihe Masonic Building,
next door to the Pool Room.
. Don't forget! For a few days
- more at the old stand, then in
my "up-to-date" new Restau
rant, next door to Pool Room.
A continuance of the very lib
t eral patronage you have given
me for the past 23 years will
I be appreciated.
;i. B. JONES.
>n will read every word
letter, but as there are
sa ., so sure, so cei-tain
g friends to place their
duty to save rooney.
vest it wisely.
n to the rocks of penury.
EY BE SAFE.
ou own your own bank.
vestment can be more
i help you do better. I
stock for sale that I be
till increase in value con
hat you can make $4.00
The investments that
)nths your dividends are
and draw this.
ie two-room cabins, oi road to Helena.
Lg room and kitchen, containing about
lot on corner, with barn, orchardi anid
way towards HeIlena. Good location
the Y. J. Pope property, conveniently
s .A.ul's M%ill. Se.veni acres of' luand, a
gine. This is equipped with the very
ity 60 barrels of flour per day. This
~, being only about zoo yards from the
es of land known as the Dairy Farm.
known as the J. W. Gary place, necar
into lots or sell as a whole.
ns in the county. containing~ 219 acres .
oo01 and a chiurch. Of this 140 acres .
tly cleared from the original forent, 6o,
a connectious. Nicc new residence..
mast of Newberry.
on Glenn Street, near Mr. Watts resi
ge, fireplace in each room, 8 foot hall,
innt house, Prosper;ty, S. C. Knowrn
ires Newvberry lial Estate Co.
large residence, lies well. About i a
itation on Sout.h.rn Railway, one mile
room house with two acres land, barn
house and good well, nice orchard.
Mollohon Mfy Co. Stock.
3o, and near Mr. Bouknights.
)o acres land w'th nine ro'm house,