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The Movements of Many Pecpli
Newberrians and Those W)-o
A t a t in i. of1 ltl e lcunly vont
lissIoti es 4t1 Saturday . \ AI . '. I' 1
Eplps, thn vilivlee n til a,nofn ailj
keeper of ih emuNlty hiin, WAS il
aninously reelected for another yell
miss IC ,thel Payne, whlo has 'bev,
With 1Iair i& Havird in the milinei
department dur111in' (te past seasoi
left for her home in Maryland on Sil
'I'lTe commissioners of, state all
reder-al elvetion, Mevssrs. I'. 11. I)ol
iik and 1. 11,vaitzsvy, have-( recevii
ved lthe money to jimy Ilhe man11114ers o:
elee0ion 1111 Ntvi ill gilad to have thw
entitled to pa1y to 1all n e it.
Thel( Yomng Lad1ies Bllevolent S(
eiety of' Avelei.-H Presbyterian ehmre
will have a loll widow for Ciristima
at tlie Alower Company store. bvgil
ning. D ih ilm er lin'lt h . A heratifl
(oll is to I iven to the person es:.ll
Ulie. W. K. sligh will preach 1
plevenl W1clik Sm1.4y1. Imlorning a
Mlayor N11-llm ri'll chu11tch.
Rliss -rin Kiih1 , of Pri speri
, - 1,111i sgicvi 11llg *ihll' ItA'%lt
pIen Thansgvn with relatives i
U r . n, irs... i'. i l, o (i' Aunist
aire visitinur inl (he city.
Ali :s Lan1tra liltrkcsdtale. of Lmu-em
Spent i few days with Mrs. A. 1
Pirer hast wveeli.
M isse-st llllizalhvl 'Ib (hT 1mp
kins, w%-ho hav bvee l visiling Mfts
John N1. Kimla-d. left ()n Frrida.
Nliss li ciuter h4t for' h1ler hoam
A 1i l Fn - 'rid v.1 ' Xl
N4i-%-Neill. P411w ls-ri h-rSavot,
11111 ( 11 1niy 01 -n. 4 he w 'ill visi
ratI i1t i vtvs.
INli :s Nloriai (bu-ry. If I' lllrid.a
silli t a . w ht I*v r. s w11 i t r m ini h--lillil l ti
vily t 11n'or way h, Killonil . 0.h- Sh14
will vititl i 'e i.
li ,sI.urline 1 l spent T n
Alr. Hiohert llohnivs hals retulrned I<
the southl Carolina C'ollege.
I'he varilival Iand the mIe diinle iti11
have fodied their lents, al( left ts.
1r. J. C. lialfavre as juist, bvee
appoiite(d sUt examinr f'or thll
British and American Mortgage Com
panly 1Limited. Th'lis is onle of fi1l
largi-st companies of' its kind in thii
country and lunds every year in ti
South onl Imo I rtga"I or real vsttI
abont lio million dollars.
Alr. .1. 1. Aull, of i )yson, spv it Smn
day nigt in the city.
The other 4. hlat' of te, brid.ge ove,
the railroad in Boulft,dry strev i.ed!
Tl [he- \'oters of Ward T o n1
Mid every o e I have nOhi
Mhnk thse Bhit'elenion n
The .hal t er fn.mend asnirn ~vr
dayport.3oclc Wi e aeftenoon.
sml umjity eqrestedran, evr smi
htan ate tihizeeng asko thwi
eow matesf meael proudo thee
ratetwe m abe n nn yorvte
bas Thaoe ho, are ino haeer
e amrabe to acomoaten join.
GOODWIN GIVES BOND.
H'sa Bond Is Signed and Acceptei
and He is Released from Custody.
mIr. It. Wv. G\vin wo I! N\I!l 1,
has beenl ill Jail inethet killilr,-':
atiirda1y seeured his hlnd and wa
released froii eustody. It will he I
m membered also that soonl after th
Y killii- lie appeared before Assoeia
Ja ;eav at .I\-vil t
his attorney, Cole L. 111ease, and1u1 mad
application for hail. 11.ail Was grantie4
in tlle sum1 h l,500 . *"l EI . ,:n
Inay Mr. (u lwi :!s beenl unab1hi
to Iui'ishi the boliid.
h'lie vase wa.s not tried at tle las
Iterm1 f courd ollnaevonnit of, thle Ime
tha 11 Mr. (;oolwinl was just recover
igll." f'romll a ease of, t y phwid I*ever. Tilt
h case will a..gail line alled at the Feb
rIlary term of the colirt.
Thle rollowil.r persols si ted ilt
bonid for $5000.00 on Satiiriav 1m
(le appearanee of' Mr. Goodwinl al
1he inext term 4t cour1t ma11l lie wa
I). A. A. M:nblen. of,(olia:i M
A. Carlisle. idf NewbeIrv: ID)r. A. li
l'ike, of' Spmi tanibur,; and Mrs. Mar
A. Fike, also. of' Spartanhug.
Two Good Church People Happy.
la-et'ield's qua1int11 aid ancient lit
le Ic'piseopal heliurch-Tri nit y-vi v
inl a few months he materially mlod
eriized. Tliis crlilebl III has never had 1
- recessed ehialneel, an(] for years pasi
it has beeli almost impossible to pe;
f'orI tie riiual 4df 4 4 Im (11 111mreb inl il
witi dil.ilnliv. .\ i ecvssi.ed l hani el
will he alt']1 4 i smin. b111 efor
. I li e (i it 1 her yt. Year I hll la,li(y
I 4 t ild i,I)e to imprin)ve tii
oitiuml and ir. erhain o lauil I
!,fI New Ymrk, hembfivl by\ At.joini,
U.i It..\ ne, a l 11Mv Sent 11nr.. Kato. \\i.!
1'a1l1('hellih:ll $ 100.0010 o he-: in,
IW'OVement11s. Mirs. Chlea m,11 fianl.1
ter ()I dhe Uvev. .\rI-n1r1 T. W i-_A'all, ;ind(
lng 1111 1141o41able l'pisolpal t(e
scit. is iillatigale in his wmrk
abIly secondie<l by h ler Zealous brothem..
('ol. James T. Ilaeon. Iver silnev he
early girlhood, withI a splenid mes
zo-so-pralo voice, sleI has ta"ught an]
led the choir, while Col. Iacon lar
played the organl. It will be a blessedl
and a graeful thing ini Edgefield tu
see (he improvement and rehabilita.
tiom of this aIncient elrcl.-Edge
fiehl eorrespondence of' News ami
''The !:1 ': 'vnbrokers'' a new
comedy((I * y , v .11-kio writer is tIe
'111it-'liy aMl lIrphly offeriing. for tlis
seasoln. I 1 i- elaime l it that n
fmm11i1lier story, v I i, (Iomplienitionls Ias
ever iin 'Iitt-d I- ile 1*11i1 j4,6j1-_
saidto .weparts 0'hat 11flilt bmet
1!it I:: anilt hiii h1vY have v erI. (otn"
Tlhe~ suiorun-i iIe :'mmuyii has been i
erlil It:6 , i e I l nl le'iinbrace
hj,'t ((rs r'eimaininig ini te Postoff'ie
A\. at eirie .\dhnns, 1I. ('. Amuake.r.
II. 14 iay Hi'kl1ey, Mrli. Barbot.
('alw ell, ( 'roshani (lI 'k1ey, Qu0 iney
hiook. Anniuie (Call, J. R.iu Cul-y
lD 4. lu l Daviss ayLls
II. J. J. Ii14eer.,IaveINea
1R. William Raeker', Janell Ruff.
S. lihubin Spearmani, S. A. Sloan.
* W. William Walker,. Mrs. Mattle
' Perisonis ('alling for thlese' will
1plea se say t ha I they wuer'e adve'(rt ise.
FOR RENT-One large upl-sinisa
room)li. A pply to
...J. W. White.
The Bee Hive.
Thfle Bee Hive is offering special
Sbargains beginning next Tuesday, sn
as to sell goods rather thtan move
After the fir'st of January thieir
store wvill be0 moved to the buildingi
nlow occupied by Mr. 'W. T. Tarrant,
and this great reduction sale is put
I on in order to sell the goods rather
- than have tihe trouble and expense of
t moving them to their new quarter8.
-- Some rare bargains are 'being offered
I by this catablishment, and it will pay
, the prospective purchaser to look over
, the list of articles and then' v'isit this
Get the Haibit.
0. E. Sunuer Nominated for - Com
inss'oner and Ed. Rodlesperger
Alderman Ward 5.
1, th i iIr;rY 4I'el ionl held o.
Fibay to) nloninate' *. camllidalte. 44r
mmssonr fpubhlie workls to Site
vete( I Mr. C . E_: S11111111(. wviose' t1illi
expireo'. thlere wer*e two canididate:,
N r. C. I-. Summier and Mr. F. J. lius
\ery little interest was taken in the
S:, ' : ; restilt, a light, vote
was polled. MrFI. Summer received
174 v-otes and Mr. Rlussell 85. Mr.
-'i ir i-. lcthofr nvolminllated ats a1
V'!mill idIl e to snfeee Id Iimself as a
Imemtr1. of, Ite1- hoand or colmlmnissioners
of, publie work s andt( will be elected.
Inl WNir 5 tliee w a secondi pri
imary betweei 1'. 1. Rodlesperger ald
C. Iz. Wesson. The vote Stood We
son 7: R?odlesperger 83. Mr. Rodles
perg Ie was lierefore nominated. The
executive Committee met oil Saturday
and delared the result.
Vill be-in a big shoe and clothing
sale tomlorrow, which will last unfit
12 o'clock Satudav nihlit.
T'e publie is faimiliar wi tl ihe
lar_e and(] varied stock which Mim
.augh carries., and is also familiar
with the meanling". of a slaughter sale
when advertised by him. Enuf sed.
The Gaobe Racket.
Th'le(! big cost and eut price sale,
which began at the Globe Racket on
satiul-dy. was very gratifying to the
propriltl. Theilr t. r hsio! Ias been
(1r41wded and Imiany persons1- had 14o be
i -ned nwa,hav. ne they couild mit
hv waited on. Thsole will be ("n
imited, h1owe.ver. until .ho111.nr Is(,
am4 thoIse w0ho have 1141t been ai-l
lmidated enn t11ke advantiage of' lit'
.enof n'tdielion sale. whieh is still onl.
I the Voers (f Ward 1: F desir,
to exresslY appr-ecin(imn of the
k1ind)( slipport wIhich was givenl 114' by
ftose whom voted for, me for r0elelion
as aildelrmIaIn from Warld 1 in the re
ceni primary.' T appreciate their sup
During my term of office I constant
ly had in mind the best service that
T could give to the eitizems of the
ward, and gave much of my time in
looking after the streets and the im
provements that were necessary. 1
shall (ontiuie to gtive ily infilence
and suipport to whlatever will promote
tile best interest of tle citizens of my
wari and tile entir.e city.
Joseph H. Hair.
Get the Habit.
SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY.
4 wlO ill sell t(Illeh-nai. I . li .. at 1i)l l:
liersonal )rope)rty, of1 whiich hleury
I )iavis diiedl seze and' p11oi~isse'ssed:
One hose, imutle, (tion planterQ,
Ihoe~s, Iharniless, buggand cow.i '41
NOTICE or FINAL SETTLEMENT
Not ice is herebyI) giveni tha Ii21the un
diersigned'4, as admi nist rat or, with tile
wI'ill anneitxed, oif Alithn G1)1''ri ffin, de
terased1, will unake a finial settlement011
of t' est ate of' 1 aidl dlCeensed in the
probhae Ic ourt inl Newheirry counlty on
the 2nd( day1 ofl Januiary, 19007, at
10 'cockOi ~in tihe forenoon, and1( will
iimmediately t herea fter apply' for fin
All personis holdinig dlemanids
aga.~insit the said1 estate wvill present
t hemt duly attested on or before that
Get the Habit.
NOTICE or ANNUAL MEETING
or COUNTY BOARD COMMIS
Not ice is hier'eby giveni that the an
1nua1 lwetinig of the Count.y Board of
Commissioners will be0 held( oin the
first Thursday after the fir'st Moiiday
in January, 1907,
All .persons holding (deman ids
against the County of alny kind, not
pre'viously p)resenlted to the Board,
are required to file the same with the
Clerk on or before the first (lay of
January, 1907, so that they may be
examined anld ordered to b)e paid at
tihe annual meeting.
Fred.. H. Dominiek,
Clerk and Attorney.
FRESH MACKEREL EVERY DAY
no0w. Sunhdaly and Monday excelted.
- Jas. F. Todd.
Get the Habit.
IMPORTANT TO THE FARMER.
Meeting of Ootton Association Callei
for Saturday. There Should be
Theercclmpany.ing" nictive I'roll
it' ie hfrom Pr1-esidenl t ih m11t 1er, ofr tII
'onniy Asso.iation, shild have thil
attention of every farmer in New
herry Countv whetjier he belongs t
the Soutiern Cotton Association o
rhe assoeiation has done much to
wards lelpiner tie farmers of th
south during the past two years a
poinlted out by President Jordan, an
this in itsel should be a slimulus 0
themli to keep up1) the organlization.
Tile fIariers (if thle souti, wio livi
at mnooly of the cottoll grown i
tle world. slould olntrol tle price I
the extqint at least of getting a pr-ofi
out of it above the cost of productiot
P1resideit 1-uter urgently request
tit there he a fulu attendance at th
meeting wihici is called for Saturda;
of this week.
Tivhe regunlar annual reorganizatio
of thle Smiuthern1 Cot(oni Associatiol
and election of oficetrs for the yea
1907 will take place in tie near fit
ture. Meetings will be called in al
the Civil Sub-Divisions, Counties o
I'arisltes and States of the cotton belt
The Coutty meetings are hereby call
ed for tile second Saturday in) De
ceiber inl all tle Cottot gr-owinl.
coluiities at their respective Countt;
seats for the urtpose of electing of
fieers for tle ensuing year and to se
't frmll one th tiree reprsenta
lives to attenld the Statte divisiol
mneeliln-s to be( heb.14 at all theltat
'apit'ls (ti t lie 1ir'st Wednesdav si
Jaimarv. 19i7. A lth' S itate )ivi
..sin mveetin.--s tIe Stae Oflirs muts
he electe4 and also the m1,Ilembers 0
liv iw National Exvevliv,, 'o it
1t114. Ihile lte in,-, oft lite Natinal Ex
vvnliv 'e '1mitti tev will he hl l d(l a
1',ir itn liun. hi.. January 15-10,
Ilsi. al wichil t imei thle offic'ers oi
the Naioital Associat%io will he elect
ed aund the polietes of the Association
tIlin'ed for' tle year 1907. Tie Ant
linal Conveitioll of the Soutihern Cot
tont Association Will be held at Bir
mingham, Ala., on January, 17-19,
1907, which will be attended by dele
vates from.all ovet' the South, said de
legates to be eltosen by the variou
counties without restriction to num
eu's. These dates condenlsed are a.
' " mtuI illeetil'.s., S tityday, )eeem
her S. 1906.
Statte ei \NVvdnevsday, Janm
ary 2. 1907.
EXeelltive Iommittee, Tuesday and
W V dnsday. .Jauillary 15-16, 1907.
Prompt Attention Desired.
Tim mint ain thel power andt( efn.
2 ny" teSouIthr Coitton Asso.'
0i, hilly aittn 'I'dedt by l th e peop1c
ani d thei be'st mn thaiit can itbe securied
let'ed as 1iee4rs .1t t1he vrious o11s
9"s to be 'illed. Indifference or in,
ar ion'i willI seriouslyv eripple the eft.
socitio isin eed of funds t r
eirly carr'Iy lit it s wor'k and( it is earni
4'stly' hoped flhat at all the Cout
Meetinogs the aunual dues will ,b
l)1'4mptlhy paid iup. The Southern Cot
tn Assoc'iatiiont has saved0( millions o
do1llars~ to4 the South in the past twi
year's oft its existetnce and it shioul
ri''Cve' thle loyal and( patr'ioitic sup
pot't oif all thle people of the Soutli
Tn thle mleanitime stand p)at for highe
prtices and1( sell thte balance ofC the er'o)
as slowly as5 poussible. Continuou
stotrms, ftosts andtu fr'eez,es has cut t
('rotp dowiun to a sutpply inadequate ti
ttteet thle dlomnd s oif thle cottonl ttral
fotr 1907 antd prIesent priices at'e toa
ll'. Le't us hav'e a great rally of tIn
lie blessinigs whltichi the Sonufth hans en
joyed fotr thle ptast t wo yearls, c'omen
(oiur htearts and fthoughts int a closea
b)ondlage of unity for thte material an(
mioral upl building (if our dearly be
loved coutrty. All (lily andl wueekly
paper's earnestly reQquested to pub
lishi.. Yoiurs truily,
Pr'es. SouthIern Cotton Association1.
PTer'e will be0 a meeting of the cot.
ton gr'ower's and1( bus5iness men of New.
bertry county On Saturday the 8th o1
Dcember, at 10 o'clock a. mn., foi
the purpose of electing offleers and
any other ltbsiness that may be
brought before t he meeting.
RI. TP. C. Hunter,
Get the Habit.
I Not Much Property Offered-Land
Br'ngs Good Prices-Large Crowd
Crowd in the City.
, )eh-comber salIesdty always brin
I to the city a lar-e numher oI eo1Pe.
1 m1l yesterday being an ideal I'all dav
e th were a great muanV here.
-The master had OIly two sales a
In the case of Purcell vs. Dominick
and others, 339 acres to C. J. Purcell
. for $4550.00.
In the case of Glymph vs. Glymph.
Tle lionic place, containing 145 acre,
to Mrs. Mattie Ilymph for $1450.00
Tlhe river place. containing 225 aci'e4,
Io John 1'. Ragsdale for $1350.00.
Tle Sallie1 Blackwell place'. eontaining
42 acres, to 4. L. G;lymph, for $330.
Another tract of 46 acres, to lR. W.
ilympli for $250.00.
The heirs of the late 13. L. Dominl
ick sold 173 acires two ijiles from
town to J. A. Dominick for $9800.00.
Mr. Dominiek resold this property
yesterlay afternoon for $10,380.00,
$60.00 pei' acre.
Store roomli ill Prosperity belong
ing to this estate now oclpied by
The S. S. firge Company, was bought
by Bowers and Domiuick for $3200.00.
House and lot in Prosperity was
bought by Dr. E. N. Kibler for $1400.
- Small house and lot in Prosperity
- was boulgit by 0. C. Fellers for $235.
A small vacant lot in Prosperity
was bouglt by J. A. Dominiek for
Mr. 1. . Domliniek, who lives at
- Kilnards, recentlY sold fifty acres
to CIarciev Sli [or $1,000.00, and
9 1 .9., acres to It. L. Pvlker for
$2559.40. This is l part of Mr. )on
inlick's plIacv near. Kinlards.
Daughters of Confederacy.
Tvhe Iam..lers will nuivet with Mrs.
W. I'. Nwart I on WVed nesday after111nroon
Devenmr 12t h. at 4 o'clock instead of
Mrs. P1. l". Scott, Secretary.
W. M. AUGUSTINE, BEEP MARK
Mest steak .. ......... 12 1-2 ets.
Other cuts from 6, 8,and 10c. per lb.
Pork 12 1-2 cents per lb.
Steak Pork 15 cents per lb.
Oysters, nest 40 cents per quart.
Fish, etc. Ipear Senn's store.
Still In Business.
We want all of our friends and
customers to know that the Laurens
Steam Laundry is still represented at
the Herald & News office. We have
not sold out and do not intend to sell.
Continue with us and we will give
you good work.
Misses Broaddus & RuIT,
T HE BIG
~acrif ice Sale
TILL JAN. 1,'07
Everything must and
will be sold, cost not
considered. G o o d s
must go. 'You lose if
you don't take advan
tage of this money-sav
this sale is only at
NEW POST OFFICE BUIL.DING
2nd door to J. W. White'
BigSign in Front
Get the Habit.
Corrected By Nat Gist.
hmid Middhlig ..-.-.-...... ..10 7-8
The Local Market.
let.... ......... ..... f) to I,
16 to 18
Ist la...... . . ...... 1
3est N. 0. Molasses ..f....(0 to
Jood M. 0. Molasses .. 35 to
'o rn .... ...... .. ...
real .. .. ............
NIixed (hicken Food ....
LIaty......... .. ......
st Patent Flour......4. 104.
2nd Patent Flour .. .. ,. .00t04.
(1ood Ordilnary Flour. 3.50 to 4.00
su.a. .... .... ..... 5
ie .. .. .....i 8
Coff1ee RNasted ...... .
ol'I've. .Ieell. 10 to 20
Cotton Seed meal 1.35
E.ggs . - - - -........ -- ----35
t'oultry -.--.--..... 10c. lb.
PeasI........ --- 1.15
E. H. KIBLER,
Office Formerly Occupied
By Dr1 . D.JL. Boozer,
Newberry, S. 0.
Get the Habit.
WANTED-Traveler for established
house. Twelve 1)ollars weekly to
start. Expenses paid. Ref'eciiies.
.Addr-ess Geor-e (1. Clows. Newh)er
ry, S. C.
FRESH BEEF, PORK and sausage.
L. M. Player aind (o.,
E. Y. M1forris old stana(1.
BEFORE YOU SELL YOUR EGGS,
frying size clickels-or .1,-ame of- any
'seription call on us at the City
Cafe. We want them and will pay
just a little more than others for
Earihardt & Wells.
FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS,
L. M. Player and Co.,
E. Y .Morris old stand.
TEACHER WANTED-To teach St.
John's public school. State salary
expected. In answering this ad,
IJuo. F. Chapman, P)eak, S. C.
IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR
Christmas goods and some new
lines, we offer our entire stock of
glass ware, crockery and hardware
at cost and less to close out. These ;'
lines mst go. See 'em.
.C. 0. Barrier & Co.
FOR RENT-Eight horiIse farm two
miles from (own. Will rnt whole
or pai. M. B. Caidwell.
SHINGLES-I have plenty of shinig
les. Call and( get prices.
0. WV. Leboy.
JAMES K. GILDER,
Office in front room over post offce,
NEWBERRY, S. 0,
SEND YOUR LAUNDRY TO THE
HERALD AND NEWS THURSDAY
AND GET IT BACK SATURDAY
rarmers, we are paying highedt
price for cotton seed.
Purcell & Scott.
OYSTERS ON HALF SHELL AND
OYSTERS IN ANY STYLE 01
SHORT NOTICE AT JONES' RE -
THE BEST THE MARKET Af
E'ORDS IS NOT TOO GOOD FO0,
k'OU. YOU FIND IT SERVED 1i l
EI00D FORM AT JONES' RESTAV
Farmers, we are' paying highed
price for cotton seed.
Purcell & Scott. E
'AR SALE-Forty or forty-five welt
bred Poland Clhina Pigs to sell. AP"
ply to James A. Burton.
All members of the Farmers' Unioa
viil please let me know how many dr
ound cotton seed they have for sal(
nd what they will take for thiem.
S. P. Crotwell.
Farmers, we are paying highed
rice for cotton seed.
Purcell & Scott.
Get tIhe H-abit.