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E. H. AULL. EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
errm. S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Tuesday, De)eeiber 25, 190(1.
TI'e 1lerlral'd and News celebrates
tle hirth io tile Nazariie today, and
nothiln. nIore apprpriat - cponh h ill
01ur editorial voltinils thanl this Christ
imas article trom St.. 'Matthew:
1. Now when .esis was born In
Bllilelim of duden in the days of
Iferol the kilnl. behold, there camne
wise Iurn r' in (he east to Jerusalem.
2. Sayih. Where is he that is
born KiiI.r ot the Jews. for we have
seen his st:l- in tihe east, and are come
to worshipl him.
:. When Ilerod the king had
beiani-4 te lithings. he was troubled,
and all Jleriisalam1 with himli.
-l. And whenl he had gathered all
the chile lpists and scribes of the
1104 '1t,"-e h r n dolu.11dld of themil
when I'bist anhld he horn.
-I .iil ih V 8 t i u t, :i , it
writt'.n bsY Ilh( pro he
; .\nd th n it bew n !nt . InId
of dii1a. a1 nt the least anioil the
princes of 1ii14a: for out of thee shall
come a Givernor, that shall rule my
7 Then I lerod, when lie had privily
called tile wise men. inquired of them
'diligently what time lie star appear
S An d he sent them to) Bethlehem,
anild said, (ko and seareli diligently for
the younitz child: and when ye have
found him. brinl mte word again, thait
I TMy ome and worship him also.
9 When they had Ileaird tile king,
they deia r1t.d: anad, Ill, tlie sair, whieh
they saw in the east, went before
tlw,I, till it emnie anil shiml over
where the young child was.
10 Wheni they saw tlie star. they re
joiced with l-eeini great Joy.
11 Aidll when they were elomtte into
the houso: they saIw ie ng chil,l
with ar hisi mother. 'id fell down,
And worshiplei him: and when they
had opleietd their treasunes, they pre
seinel 11nt1 him n gi Its gold, ant
r'anhiikIll-e , anld tylrrh.
12 Ultl weill warii0i t, Cold in a
dreai th;ll they shohild not retm'n
to) enil, Iwy departed into their
wII 41111ii111%nnii lIlitlr nav.
1:1 .\1 whil Ihey wono 1olelarted,
behol, tll, 01u-:tl Il'f il Lihe 1 . ni p
ImirvtIll Ill Joiseph ill a1 droea11, S.1yilil
Arise, miii take Iothe younilg eliild ntd
his mit her, anw flee int o I .gypt, antI
be th iou t hIerIe rint il I bring ithev word:
for 1lerttfd will seek the young ehild
to desil-ov him.
1-1 Whle le aise, he took the
younlm", chihd and his llother by iht,
and4 - -el:1od inlto IIy t
15 A\nd wa:s t her' until thie die:ah
whIiichi was sjoe ii of'i t the i.tI.o rd lby the
propheilt, say ing, I)ut tif Egypt. have I
eailletd my stin.
I ti Thieii lie rtd, when lie salw thati
lie was mioctk ed of thie wise mneii wa
ceedtinig wrcoth, andit seiit fothI, and
slew' all thie 'iichii that werte in
liethlehem,u amI ini all I ie coaists there
etirtinig to te tiine n\lih lie laid dil
igeiitly iniquiiredi of thle wvise imeni.
17 Theni wVas li lIed that which'!
wvas spikeii by~ J1erenmy thle Iprophblet,
18 ini llamia was there a voitce heard,
iaimeintat iton, aiid weeping, andtt great
muournling, lac'he1 wveepintg tfor ber
chiild reii andl wouldl nott bei (comfrtteu,
because they are not.
10 But when IIerod was deatd, be
holdi, an angel ofI the Lord appel)arethl
in a dreamlt to) .Joseph in Egypt,
20 Saying, Arise, and . take the
young child and his mothier, and g
into the land of' Isral ; for they are
deadC which sought the young childI's
21 And he arose, and took the young
child and his mother, and came mii
the landC of Israel.
22 But when lie hearAl that Arche
laus did reign in Judea in the room'
of his father Herod, lie was afraid
to go thither: notwithstanding, b)eing
warned of God in a dream, he turned
aside into the parts of Galileo:
23 And lie came and dwelt in a city
called Nazareth: that it might be ful
filled which was spoken by the
prophets, lie shall be called a Naza.
The Herald and News presents in
this issue illustrated ar'ticles showing
something of the progress and devel
opment of Whitmire during the past
several years. This growth was made
possib)le by the public sp)irit of Whit
mire's buin~iess men, andl t his same
public spirit is a guarantee of greater
things for Whiitmire in the years to
When the Glen-Lowry Manufactur
ing~ comany was est abilied ini l
and kine of the best cotton milh
the south built, with a Capital o
half million dollars, the promotert
tle enterprise showed their fail1
Whitmire's future, anti that (
faith has beeni justified is shown
the Whitmire of today. Mr. Wim. C
man (lit president of' the Glen-ILo
company. is probably the youll
mill presitient inl the sotll -hern1 st
A raluate Wo Wol,ffor<t colege, of,
University of' North Carolina. and
11a1vard I'niversity. he began
well e4pipped f'r its du11ties and
flt lmaan.emlent of' an itdust rial
terprise of Ilite size and importale
the ltlien-Lowry mill. Those assot
ed with him are Voun* men of' b
ness ability anId elergy', who ri.I
reatrd ile uphuildingl of oitir tow1
their inldividuial sucecess WWI I
of this charaeter in Charge of its
tars. tle (1len--L.owry Company
been a Wonderful factor in W
mlires dtvelopient. and WhitI
has supported tle Glen-Lowrv mill
TIt m:n V other busilless eterpr
of It e t own. and it hIr :-.owI il
c ' vt year, is spokten of' iII det ai
liis issn .
a i). -ZI ?-,I tI li nei t ho- aO
, ' mI, 1, ,1 II.n ' , a : ,d \\- hi ,
1'nl ha t b terI ra lrI t ili I
ha d with the outside world by In
of Ile Western Union 'relegrapi e
pany antd the Southern Bell Telepli
and Telegraph company, which ha
corporAto has both a day and n.
central, being open every hour of
twenty-roi. houi's in a day.
ilut it is not oly along mate
lilies that Whitmire has avai
Socially. there are no more mharn
people in Sonth Carolina or in
sn t tha i il \\iitmllire. alndilen
hias beelln said, all has bet'ln said.
Withinti lte pa.s( fw year-s a sei
Si uhls.lnd dollars, whicb wvonl
sch.(,I rt-Iiiis. anide a SP.lclOll hall
the lower fIloor. ThW:ie sulperl.m101*1
:iii41 his assistalIts art coIIseiVir
Wol'iors. :1114 are g vn, \- iii
s i ssei f whi b Whitmllirt
a righIt to lit' prolld. As with
seliool, so it is wih the t'11hur-ches. I
dos H o r h of .faithfuill :ml SI
palhlolic atos whO I|M.V, I V
the. liv s to t hls at set in lit i - l
i they labor. ahitiaire's cisn eil 's
Is hey ,v Should h)e. le'.. 4ler is I)
D'wn Mi moral t adt ie,ritlf l.lts
a ll ll S 111 .1 a l 11 111 s
itn ' s intrti ng-il & aHtich. Mr. d
W . seolt calls, :11(vilioln Io thle I
sl.riti Ilt' I co itil 1tha1 is \\
niessupporl, and,(i as is Vimplia'
il Mr. co a tt's orlivee, a r'wull uill
al'ti tall, the backbwini (1f, a com i l
it s indstril _. r I 11. A S lt s.
st f.e a rI et s iu i i t h ;e n.
I I f th4ii ipet frm it' hI t
slit c it' r li rt-I t 'Ir litl l: - it i. I
u t ,f wh fit ile \'h' liitm it inprN
oibilaity otfe loting taitwinals
rbi aliti s forihu \\'t fhe r t tiw
on fthe tat,mr.stenhusiried of i
rn'tiene at. from iion teh inW
nry hndcont to Siofan Teflee, riA
eonndelinguaston whi mn
hitand ilmbi with ther townr
thewstae.Mr. bCuemani rad wihl
rOady bhe ofbift on to Witie
irile, andnfromiWhi neire to N
ry anti toevr saua'eind of
Whlitmre it. traves The support
only beofenpfoit Winmire,
stated in The HTerald and News to
Anti not only as to railroatd fa
ies but as to everyV other mat ter wv
is for Whlitmire's advancement,
business men of Whitmitre are si
ing their faith in the future by t
interest antd their works in the p
The IIerald and News has sough
its issue of today to toll the stor
WVhitmire 's advancement in ther
and to forecast something of
bright future. In our efforts to
sent a picture which will give
town the credit which is its due,
have received the hearty co-operai
and assistance of its business n
andi for this assistance we dlesirC
exten onil 11t thanks. Tn common y
thienm, we helieve in W\hiitmui'e 's
tire, anti ini common withI them
believe our faith will be justified,
it has been justified in th'e ye
100, THE NEW SCHEDULES.
il The Southern has announeved its
f a1 chan e ot' sliedule to take effect
of on fhe 0th1 of .-aIIairy. The elanlge
I in on tle Coliibial and ( Greenville gives
icir us the hest schedule we have ever had
by on this division. It is the first time
ole- in the history of the road that people
ivry frtiI the up counitry have been given
rest the opportunity to go to Columbia
(es. a.,i rettrn the sanme day.
the 'This stheduht will give universal
1 ofC satt isf act it un o reeuviUe to C'o
for There is a Caint kick in the Ander
o son Mail but Anderson is 1. . on this
1branelh line and no doubt the Blue
at- 1id-e will so adjust its seledules that
the busiiness interests of that eity will
11Y he pr1otected and at the same time
IS the people of that ci(y will be given
lie" the opportunity to run down to New
herry far a few hours and return to
hit- hlir homes the same day. Or. if they
ire desire they may go on to Colunhia
ad return the same day. After a
ises trial of this schedule we are satisfied
that it will please the Mail and the
tle C L O
tNow is Your
it*-. ChIld ren's Gl
eLI 10.00 Cloak
theA GREAT BARC
IlCommencing Monday, Decemi
an our annual fall clearing out sale.
~ n when we put out an advertisemel
a not a catchpenny and windy sche
hilt- strictly business matter, 1 st.1 To
Strouble and expense of taking st
ombargains to many people. We ,
or or one fourth off of. the following
not All Clothing, Men's, E
"ut Colored Winter Dress GC
Sall Ladies' Jackets, Cape
of mere for Men's Pants; lP
uny13 dies' Hats and Fascinat<
lay. Squares; allI Trunks.
hil- This sale positively goes into e
lUland will end any time we may ci
ow.early and get choice selections
heir of goods outside of our special ss
res-. we claim we cannot be beaten.
Sewing machines, guarantee uni
t in reliable Domestic Sewing Machi
of For Christmas presents don't
at, Our 26th car, making 2600
*er Flour, has arrived and going rapi
the Best Patent - .
we Best Half Patent -
ion Every barrel guarantee'd. Be
ten, may have to pay $6.00 for same
ti vances. We are selling hundret
fu No goods on probation or char
L'Io!le ot Anderson.
(r etlwood is .iV(1I another ta i
i'tn I I reen i lie llt, a t I e t 1.0 rn1-1
411ollt 111ke thet11 entlorse ms ed
ilv this ch1al1-e of sehedlule bee.11ie
1lhev too can run down to Newherry
inl spend a few hom.. and return to
their homes the same evening and so
0:11 .1ll thle peo11le bet wecll her and
01 ' 1 or - . h er cn i o lItIt)1111i;.
A ad( those tfroill (C4,1111in and1 tw
Lv Iveiiville V.I a _00 to a11 .r 11 i pn
:md retiurn the same day.
This is the chan,e The litrald and
NeWs ias een advI.o an for many
er It is t1110 n'c th dio
aIked at tlie ietvin-. held at Belton
whenl tlie Traf tti. Ass"via ion was
The railroad pe ple will not he IIoI -
LId to make any change now hy a rt-w
kickers tlitil tile new sthed1le Itao
been .6vlven a test anad thlen there will
be no mitore kickers.
All the s-lledilles liave been matle
4ower and it is propo1set to ran the
Srain, onl timlit :I,-,e'tsel That is
b eIt and We htoP tlit i tain m i
rI on the sedule.
A K S.
ime to Bu.
of Ladies' and
)aks going at
s for $9.00
S for 7.98
s for 6.75
s for 3.75
,AIN FOR THE
terns just in.
ber 1 7th, we will commence
People have tound'.out that
alt it means something and is
me to fool the people, but Is a
clean out our stock, to save
ock and 2nd. To give many
ill positively give '25 'per cent.
oys' and Youths'; all
>ods; all Ladies' Skirts;
es and Furs; all Cassi
llen's Dress Shirts; La
>rs; all Rugs and Art
ffect Monday, December 1 7th,
loose to call tt off, so come
We have an immense stock
ie, and for bargains all around
We have special drop head
imited, for $17.93, and new,
fail to see our selections.
barrels of choice Tennessee
dly at following prices:
-- - $4035
- - - - 3.85
tter buy now, next spring you
flour. Buy before price ad
Is, let us sell you.
ged at these prices.
ust bec:mlse lie tortoise heat the bare dono'( settle down to be
a tortoise. Be a harie. but nlot tilt kind of a hate, be alive to
every opp)ottiity ail be :iw:- ot your abilily to run in the race
ot' mkinl good investimenis. lx,k for' Ile Catchy Lindsoy lots
onl Collie S eet lor' sale, can he boet lceaper now than
wlen tle (u im llou:4t,e is coilleted as they aie witlihin a stone's
tlhrolw ot' the land upoi wichlil tht new Court louse is to be lo
BUY REAL ESTATE SATISFACTION.
Smive irins simply sell eal Estate, otiters sell you more than
ha, I believe I cal u1tt'ully say tliat I not only sell you Real
EstaIt. but 1 sell you I?eal Estate SatMisfaetion. By this 1 mean
teal Est ate that "Ives satisfaetion, not only to you but to youi
family. Itf %u have been simiply buying Heal Estate heretofor
and have iever. dealt with I me, give me a eh:meee to demionstr
hat I WIIIl, sell y4vou Heal Est.ate and something besides. I
not a question of how eleap but how good, not quantity but ti
Sotmetie ago I advised some to PurlSe a certain ' Ind of
Sto1 that was then seve'al dollars below par, I belie mng it to
he a good investmnI. soie took my advice and today this Stock
isabove par. You will firid it greatly tt) your advantage to coma
:1 t:lk au nwit more of tiis same Stock. I (.altl help y0ou1 to make
in eylc an' this line. : i-eu I lv conlsidier tIle f'ollowing list:
. '. . '. 9. Wiheeler ilts. Con VVeint to busi ness, good lat
2. t T . t-v i'..ik stor. One Il' the lest locations in the
ill filr 1.0htnl.
21. Itvery .tahi.. .\hn'st in thlie reubi busilness portion of
25. '.b.It an ac e atd a half near the power hiouse. Plenty of
room" oti tiis lot for two or three cottages, and plenty of land
left for a nlice pasture.
26. 350 acies land Iear Whtitnire, 16 miles from Newberry.
Plenty of timber' and meadow land.
40. 15 3-4 acies l11d two and a half miles from Mountville.
2 eahins. baru, stable, cotton house, orchard and good pasture.
il. ,ive room hoIse and two acre lot at Moutville with nice
42. Abtut otle .tiere lot in lrooklyn. This is about the cheap
est lot. taking into consideration the neighbohood, that I know
f. Str'ot r int1lill _" on two sides.
52. FMur acrT Zan bounded by thirec strteets, part of IT. L.
w'r ol'tv. one otf these lots recently sold. There are sv
era:i he:ntu iul t'Is o Ilis pr-operty. Two Iice resideinees recently
built n polrt'il ot this pr'e ty.
.T. Tlw'' two-sto'"y brick stortes andl sales stables on Main strieet.
. .\ iarge t w-story brtik stot'e on Main street, onle of tle
r-est huui~ess bIeks in tle city. This store could be bought at
a r'asonlable price.
t. Four :'n-'"es o1 land withIt five 1io-room cabins on the road
abliI i m either a' a whole o' eut into lots to suit the purchaser.
'I'lhis is a goo, hargai.
(11. Six r m ise witi dininug room aId kitelhen, containing
abt lur' acres land with barn and orehard. A nice vacant lot
n troit str ot antd severa1 lot.s on side str-eet. This is one of
ilt' best plates ft ', warehuse. Wood or coal yard or manufactur
i planlt. Sit iat.1 onl the Soithern Railway and is about the
1nly plice that C4,ul lie t'eached witI a sidetrack conveniently.
63 1. -1. t65. 6Gi ., . I.cts on Y. .J. Pope proc.perty. Conveniently
ca Ieyo ad well .ra,ial. Yot ouId Ielt iss it by buying any
of tese lots. They c le bought on reavonable terms. Just a
few miutes walk from the business portion of the city.
71. Htick building known as Aull's Mill. Seven acres of land
a lie' forty horse engine atid boilei. This is equiped with the
very latest Iaeliner.y, capacity 60 barrels flour per day. This
is a splendid lace fo a ine N about 200 yads from
75). 54I acreI(s land kn'owni as thte Dairy Farm. This is in the in
'orpor.hate liitIs, andt is fine propertyv to be cuit into residence lots.
76. ('itt age ma la irge lit at reasonable price.
75. 1Ilouse and lit known as .J. W. Gary pilace, near Newberry
Cot tott Mills. Will eutt inito lots or sell as a w~hole. You could niot
miss it by purchasing this. You can sell off enoughi lots to make
your' home cost you a small suim.
79. 'Thle best plant at ion in the county, containing 219 acres land,
ene miles from Rilv'er Strteet, and1 school andt chturch. Of this 140
atcres cult ivat ed. 90 acr'es recently cleared from thIe originaul foirest,
(it ac'res past urte, telephone connections and nice r'esidcnce. Prac
t ically nto waste hind.
81. 150 acres land, 6 miles east of Newber'ry.
84. One aitd a half acre lot on Glenn street, near Mr. Watts
i'esidence. This is a sp)lendidl place for a r'esidcnce and several
94. Hid wantedl for 20 shares Newberry Real Est ate Co. stock.
96, 97. Lots near Mr. Jolmes residence...
104. Lot near Mollohton Mfg. Co and near Mr. Bouknight's.
Coutld be~ bought at right price.
.105. Plantation cont'aining 1000 acres land, 9 room residence.
wtht p)lenty of outbuildings.
106. Bid wanted. 5 shares ,Land .and'Secuirity Co.
110. New 8 room residence,'sewerage and electric lights, stables.
ThiA is oneo of the nicest anid most convenient'residentes' for sale
in the city. Only about two minutes walk from the business* cea
111, 112. 10 acres land near Mollohon Mfg. Co. Thies Is Very
valuable property and is sure to increase, in value.
113. Wanted. 5 shares National Bank stock.
114. Wanted. 5 shares Newberry Savings bank stock,
115. Wanted. 5 shtares Commercial bank stock.
117. One vacant lot on Friend St. Very convenient to churches
aind Graded school, and the butsiness portion of the city,
123. 2 one-story frame stores on upper Main Street.
.124. 200 acres fine farming land on the Werts road about two
miles from Silver Street,with three-room tenent house and barn.
126. 13 1-2 acres land near Mr. B. C. Matthew's and adoininjg,
lands of Dr. James McIntosh, just beyond Jones property, about a
mile and one quarter from the city. This would make a nice truck
h129. Abotut 400 acres lnd five miles from the city, in neighbor
131. New 8 room house and lot. This is really a most reasonable
price htouse and lot I know of in thte city for sale.
h136. Plantation containing 320 acres in New Chappells neighbor
ood .Two 4-room houses, two 2-room houses, outbuildings, 8
barns and lt, 100 acres open land, lots of pine timber and some
137 Nine rioo'm two -story house near New Chappells, in good
144. Wanted. 5 siatres Eixeltange bank stock.
J. A. BURTON,
''The Man naetwne, the Buen n elr