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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
Serry. S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Friday, November 9, 1906.
The government report for the cot
ton crop ginned up to November 1 o
this year, whicli came out yesterda;
puts the total munber of bales ginne<
are 6,892,597, as against about six an<
one-half million last year. It was at
so stated that tile Texas crop is abou
two weeks late an(] that Texas alom
expects to make four million bale
this year against. two and one-hal1
last year. If that he true, the tota
crop of this year will go abiut twelv<
amd one-half million.
lMeferrng aginii to wlat The Her
aId and News salid in Tuesday's papel
inl re-ard to Ite building". of the roa(
froi Newberry to tihe steel bridge, it
sliould Itave been slated I(hIt the citi
zells alni.- Ilie road f'rom Newberry
are wilflinlg L(I fillnish foliur horse
teais Io hanil gravel, (Ir do vlatevel
lay he ievessarl'y at eos in order to
get (ie r-oad worked. Ttis, it seein
to us, should be a matter that might
have tile attention of the Chamber of
Commerce, and thtig body might be
able to get tle supervisor and the
people along the road, who are so anx
ious to have it worked, together, and
with the eo-ol)e'Itionl of those citiz
('ns in tile city, who are interested,
this road coull he Init in first. elas4
condition at a verV sitma1lt cost.
It will be remeblherd tIaIIt I abuot
foinr years a.1,o Sup-erliitdentt Solhumt
pert1 pu1t his chiain a oi the iroad
htween Newherry and Longslopres
antd graveled those sections that need
ed it, and tihat roadI has had to work
since and is still one ot' file hest in the
county. Peraninenlt work is the work
hat, pays oii tile public roads, and
the chainigang should be put on no
In this connection we would like
to call attention to an article in this
paper headed, "The value of good
roads,'' *and it refers largely to the
roads around Chanrlotte in Mecklen
burg county. Certainly any county
will have advantage over other cout
ties if the roads are what they ought
We have no apology to make for
coistant'ly ealling attention to the
icessity aInd iniportanlce of good
ro1lds, becaluse Vv are limly coivin
ced tihat tIlis is tle subject which
shoul( have the IestL attention and
the best thought of the people of any
community and that investment in
good roias, wh-lietlher by taxatfiol ot
other11wisO, is itie best investment that
the p)eopile ofI atny commtunity cnn
Since0V writ in th le abhov'e we' lhave
whlo li ve atlonlg this roadht( and thley
say3 itf the t own will ('o -opierate wcitt
hemt liey. will wi IhInily furnisli theit
teams and( wa'hgonis tor' the hauling (01
grahve'Inl d ote work, thait m tay b<4
ntecessary3 t ohld t1Ihis road from New
herry. to Ithe st eel bridge, fre'e o1
chiarget. Tlhiis seemis ai fir prjoposit i
andl n.e resltpc t ull rotor it to1 lth
C'hamiber ofi Commnerce, provi ded Itia
body is reaidy f'or w.ork of' this kind
wvhich is certainly for the benef'it1 o
~: the conmniti y.
AS TO THE FMR.
asks what were the e'xlort ions, inde
fer'red to by uts as 'onniecd with th
recent state f'air,
Everyt'hintg w..as huigh-piied;
somc (cases doubled and t rebled. Th
hot els chari ged $1.25 t'or a cot ini
halIt. 'Thetse were lthe ex tort ions.
''There were no privateI conven(1iience
av'.ailable on thle gro'i its. T'his w'.as a
Nobody' w.as allowed to get out c
thbe faiir gr'ounuds eneulosurie withot 1
eenits to the .stre'et car compair
wheltther he wated to ride back
t own ont a car or. not. This was atn ini
Any whol tried to gel. ont of' ti
street ear eneolosur'e, even after pa
ing the 10 cents, was thtreatoned wil
personal assault by the brutal gat
keepers. T'his was brutality.
The above is from the Spartanbu
Journal and is in reply to the Obse
ver 's request- for specifications. It
ntone of our quarrel and we do nt
intend to mix in it bue in justice
the management we desire to say:
As to the first specification
have .no knowledge upon which
base an opinion as we did not spei
a night in Columbia during the wee
As to the second there were privt
'. eainveniences on the ground.
As to the third we think the .Jot
mals initaken. We left thn gionu
without being forcod to purell
street ear ticket. It was wro
charge ten cents to all pass4
whether they stopped at the
station or went up town as -
derstood the rate to be increas
account of extia distance fror
union station. It was alright t
As to the fourth we came on tl
one afternoon and the gate k(
were courteous and polite so f
we observed. They may have
otherwise, at different times.
We saw very little difference
I expense oil this occasion from oi
- We got a good barbecue dinner 11
grounds for, fifty cents about
same that we paid in the count
this connty during the past suni
Wve say this much in justific
The general election for Newl
county passed off' very Iuietly a
very light vole was polled in a
Mr. Hughes' Statement.
New York. Nov. 6.-Whien sec
his ltoie at 9.30 o'clock tonight
"1 am very muhel gratified if C
ed, as now seens to be the case,
I shall not speak in detail upon
fers about which there is an ii
tainty. I understand, however,
my election is pretty well assi
but. whatever my plurality may
my feeling is not one of elation,
of responsibility. That is all ti
care to say at present.'
All persons holding clains agn
tile estate of, Robert L. Schmnperlli)iVl
her I'(' notified to present t ie
prop1Pery verified on or before De
her 10, 1906, it) thle unidersi.ned
minlistratrix or to Mrl.. Jn1o. M. Ki
at The Cimercial Bank of' New
rY. S. C. All personls indebted to
estate mu111st imaike pymen to
Carrie A. Schunpo
A(lininistratrix of the estate
Robert, L. Schumpert.
November 'i, 3906).
By authority of the last will
testament of Mrs. Martha Car<
Caldwell, deacased, I will sell, at
tion, for cash, at her late residem
Newberry county on Wednesday,
14th day of November, 1906, a
O'clock in the forenoon, all the
gible personal property of the
deceased in my hands consisting
pianlo, book-case, bedsteads, beds,
tresses, quilts, and other bed cloti
clock, carpets, elairs, trunk and V
ing apparel, gold spectacles, jew
silver plate and many article
household and cooking furniture.
J. F. J. Caldwell,
D iamoind Rinugs from $15.0
D iamoind Set Br(oches firom
D iamiond Set Searf Pins fi'om
D iamiond Set ('uff Rut tons
$5.00 t o $25.00
r D)iamiond Set Watches from $
D)iamond Net lBracelets fronm $
r Diamond Set Lockets5 fr'omf
. to $40.00.
. D iamounds are safe inv'estn
S haethem and( the price is i
Daniels & Williams
llawke's Cut Glass.
IIand Painted China.
SYour Money's Wo
SYour Money Bac
"The flower of delight is 1
Harter's A No. 1 Flour.
* Guaranteed to retain e
is particle of nutriment thei
ot in the finest wheat grown.
Hailer's A No. IFlour htl~
ROBERT & WiLL!
1101Retiring from th4
se Retail Business.
Whenl I came home last year it was
as to ily purpose to sell "The Ietts place''
hers. (hen aid mill ocelpied by Post
tr the master Chas. J. 1u-tell, and "The
tle Browi place,'' thlen oceupied by
i- in Messrs. NI. L. iearman and
ier. FPrank R. 11[1nter and now by
ationl seiator coile I,. ase ad I. T.
(1riff Williams and put the net
amount inl lily business at the stOre
orry imd increase my stoek aceordingly.
1i a Tie first. difficulty I met. with
I of ill disposing. of tle property was I
could not give posses-iiln. the leases
ni- t expir-l.ing 1util the smmiler ani11
fall of thiA year. About the lime the
it a laates were to expire I nlotif'ied the
r.' parties living in them that I wanteI
posseioll X theil at tlt' expiration
of' their leases, as they were 1iOnw f'ot
I'm sale anld Iot for lease. I had severat
n11t- 'fers to huy which I aceepted, but
eI. those who made the off0'ers failed to
that. get. the money to comply with the
tred, erms of the sale. I indulged some
be, of them until October 1st and
but others until October 17th and
at 1 fhen rather than sell them for from
five to se-en huiiidred and fifty dol
lars less than they cost and fifteen
liuidred dollars less thian they are
wort1h, F witldrew them from sale,
anhid ha ve leased them for somethliiin.
Ike the ren t. 'lhe vo.sI f! them woulf
em.j ,ust 'ty me i leaing for and holding
111naI imstead all* selling this real estate
ariand eilar";ig my husi:less here I have
-ti led to go out of, tle builnss. pay
aid up my obligations and then do solle
Ing that I llve reasonl to believe
tile' ~will pay me better without a dollar
of capital invested than I can make
with several thousand dollars invested
of in the store here. I prefer to give my
customers who are the best friends I
have in Newberry county the benefit
of my stock at manufaeturers' cost
with oily the expense -)f selling added
and and T will un-til further notice offer
lina my entire stock of at least fifteen
ale- thousand dollars ($15,000) as follows-.
e in All summer clothing and two piece
the suits and pants aid all summer un
- 11 derwear itid low cut shoes at mann
tan- facturers' cost, T losing the freight
said and expense of Nelliig. All mens'
of a boys' and(] childTen 's Clothilg, pants
nat- and overeoats, mien's, woienl's aid
ig, childrens shoes, latA, men's, boys' anld
,ear- ehildrenis' fall underwear, men's fur
Dry, iiishiiig goods, shirts, collars -and
S 0 cl f'fs, umbrel las, suit, cases, in
faet everythig else in the store at.
mann uacturer's5 cost to me', withi teni
r- per' cent, add(ed to pay the fri'ghit. anid
expense (if selling themi to you. I am
openi f'or ain offert to puirchase the ni-.
d tir'e stock anid to lease the stoire sub
ject. to the approv'al of my landlord
to the expiratioti of' my lease, August
to .'1hf, 1908, atid it is the best openinig
in the city of Newberr'y for an exclu
7.50sive line fof men 's clothing, shoes, hats
.0and furnishing goods, and1( my r'etir
3.50ing from business is no ind(ication that
.0I do not believ'e that the business
rom . could iiot be madec to pay reasonably
wvell, but w~hen a man has been making
5.00for a number of' years more than
thirty- five himdr'ed dollars a year niet
5.00 without any investment, it is diffi
cult to satisfy him with much less
8.00 with seveiral thousand dollairs in his
buineiiss, especially when lie has rea
emts. son1 to believ'e that lie can (If so) again.
rht.My stoek is thle best of the kindi in
ght. Newberry and includes many new fall
O9 rive, for which I have invoices. As '1
(did niot decide to considler the mat,ter
of retiiring from business until I had
withdrawu my recal .estate from safe
aiid released it, after it had
been withdrawn and while I was in
New York last week I wvas wired an
offer for the Purcell place, approv'ing
d ~the lease and naming the amount it
1*11 ' could havu i,cen bought for' ip to the
time it -was withdrawn which
offer I declined. The sale
will begitn tomorrow, Octob-.
or 30th, and continue until the stock
is oldatretilor n ulktosome one
saC who would like to purchase and con
tinue the business. I have indulged
a few of my friends during the sum
very mor and I would now appreciate hav-.
IS . ing them close up their accounts 'as T
need the money.
~s. A.. . Jones,
M l Newberry, S. C., October 29, 1906.
lFIa,November 0, i o0d.
The Crawford Shoe.
The Shoe for Men
THB LATEST LASTS,.
o~~X X,o *
(D 0 C
t) om eb k
C .S OWER C.
Heir'Ps Tonsoriol Porlor
Moved to New Building,
For 10 days we will give free one Shoe
Shine with every Shave, Shampoo or
Hair Cut. Everything new and clean.
Our motto, cleanliness and good work,
the two essential points. Work guaran
teed or money back.
J. H. HAIR,
THE EMINENT COMEDIENNE
And an Exceptionally Strong Company in the Brilliant
"THE PLAYER MAID"
(BY LOUISE MALLOY)
THE PL.AY THAT TOOK NEW YORK eY STORM.
A Literary Gem and a Dramatic Masterpiece, Scintillating
with Wit, Complications and Ludicrous Situations.
Complete Production. Nothing but Praise.
'Seats on Sale at City Cafe.
MASTER'S SALE. Smith ).J cnohadtfcs
STATEl OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Ns th, Dr4.,cts and 1,orwacts,ow
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY. as the 3. C.an 1, ofac wat il knorn
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. fully atpepai by it thero es by
Suit for Partition. James F. Glenn, August 5th, 1895,
Car J.Purell Plintff s. id-and on file in the ease of Mayer vs.
Car J. Purinel, lainiy V8. Doiid Harmon.
E m Irne ominti k, r e Doinick, Terms of Sale--One third of the
Emmnek Mr e te r FBatr , D e puca. oe to be paid in cash,
Don ick,nMs. P t r F a t r c balaunce to be secured by bond of the
Byend erocutneeis.wl sl purchaser and the mortgage of the
Borer e court herein at Nwilbelly premises sold, redit portion~ payable
borth Croseat inDeceberri two equal annual installments with
1906, all that tract of land lying an$ cet eronm utilpidi o f ll it h po
being situate in Newberry County, liefgt prlasum tounticipate fl,wth
S .C., containing three hundred and ccito porinichle o inticpart.h
thirty-nine acres, more or less and crd pr ion i hl ri at
bounded by lends of John D. Pitts, H. H. Rikard,
emm the estate of J, HT. Williamsp, Mrs. Su a chor, . o.8 Master.