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E. H. AULL. EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
I irrv. $. C., as 2nd class matte-.
Friday, March 15, .1907.
Keep your trash off the street. I
is just as easy. And you just as wel
proculre Your .1n-ash harrel at onev(
And why not ?
The Anderson Daily Mail pub
lisie in its issue of Friday a com
munication from J. E. Horton it
which he says he wants the oh
schedule put. back anId the new om
taken off. 11 does not like to .eev
lpasilli So01. We*0 thtoughiIl we hrd tll
shedul e 11111ter stItled to the atis
t'action of the Anderson people. Thll(
Mail -shotild advisv Mir. Hlorton that
tihe o1d schedilep is to -4) biek onl and
ask him please to l0 the new one
stay oin as was lwreed niim. It will
not he necesa1ry'v t'rm him to get up
so sool. li4 valn tahe Ili day train.
11(1 4.ti . l e1, Itiir isth I) rt
Iil e i't evet r |llli' ill 4)i'd,t' I \111 lig
'visl Christial; A.ssocialtion we do
nlot beli-ve t 1h4tw is mrve enowh
t pport Van4) i , e it . It wi.ld
tIe neeessary to h ve a s tcretary at
I reMnlr . salary inl order. that th e
associatiol m1light live. The town
iould Support a puiblie library hlow
ever, id (Ihis is the plice andjI low i.
opportut nit y. tot -euilre it. If' the re
taillni w all which is n1 w inl thie rear.
Of lhe b ild i to .)( ect the nImull
m10et was uxtelled on vitheivr. side and
in f-n11t .1ni.1 a voulple If ount14a11.ins,
werv plavold inl thle rerand front of
t e elleb-silre .n1 N1 fis llowers l111
VW111 w e tlree, thits vmuld ie 111de
a prelt.vy park, and thle colonial bulild
inu u11141 ld be 11:1le a uisetlfi thei flr
manyIi yea tl' tit cme. We d n14ot knowtm
abilt thev Iv'-A p"intI- invlv ed-k4 bu1t
1 thve moild Ibv tak.-e varet of san
WIll b Ii n t hll e h ilinl IS here
inidieted as by tearing it avay. Then
the space 1r-ilId tie buildin shoul
n4t be Ied-41' .1 w n vani en
wae. i a There t shmuil he a 1I a . ni1
pr,vided mI or friends fromI the
v u.111ty but thi., is n4et tho place.
Tw e Herahl a1411 Now, is cit ll
ad's will tAk. thi mItter up a 'ndt
rIt'll t th e -Zluc u.est tit here
\d whieb amlle irl t fr . tIl t iep ts
ileit f' the vivi tivt wo n
l eviral e('It , i lInln ci izen, if stil
aofi stilet lih-1a s lat u d:t v an i ni it
[tllinXurIithey ti aciesae fore
tll hal1b2l Met i the t4m< ths1
iincl The tire. It 114 q "It-l ty si.-,n!
Itlpu lic spiritednesi , 141 ' li zell -4
ofa iae his s4lifs 11ch ttin~2tet tit.
tFive IF S it
wT In our he on impessty
t2-aIze ourh rat moveet bu
3osiFiel the apeopl ilmodtainst
in4eeing our usteesclean.- fen
o tomea whicoimte clenetan
eialsJbut cmiNttes, tPloke ftr. h
cla lns' n e tes fte ct
n he remse oftectiesse
citizn wasnotifed tohavi t on
TO PROTEOT DRINKING WATER
An act was passed at the last legis.
lainre which is important to Newber.
ry as well as all other cities haviln'
water supplies. For the informatiot
of dur commissioners of publie works
as well as our board of health, Th<
Herald And News prints this act it
full in anot-her column.
It will be seen that uider its pro
t visions it is mantdatory that not lesi
ifregnleitly thani1 oive inl every tire..4
m1onthls a1 e milical :mai,1sis by :
cemnist to bie lippointed by fihe stam<
board of health and once every tire4
moniths i hileteriological examinatio
by a biologist approved by the statt
board of healt'h shall be made at thif
expense of tlie town. A sample oj
water for this purpose shall be drawi
fromll(fan.t uised for driniking" plir
poses. im-ki'd an1d shipped inl acceord.
n W with inlstructions to he filrnish
ed by the seerehiar tY of the State bolari'
of health: and such exiniittation sha]
he verinle( by a statemient uider oat]
of' the ehemi.st or iololbist mainll
lie sam"', '11( it shlt,l he published it
a paper inl thlie vily usin- the vatel
wit hin ton dnys,afler tts receipt. An.
violat-1ti of this at or faiilurl.e to (.()?I;.
tiywh its ptrovisiotns is mtade
ill sd lle nll' w and4 11( ,h fi e1 vr ill
r 0 l l' the wat 14ni 'l ailitt o
prformi the ditties requIred mider thc
1 shilI he punished by a fine not
exceed i nti onle h11utndred dllars or hv
imprisonmenvit not execledin-, thir-ty
The iew sehiedile on the Soithern
will -o uinto effect next Sunday. The
train shold he mitade a mail trait
atid express t rain. Tiere is a rumor.
says the Greenville News, that th(
iile!y train will be made the mail
train at present instead o f the mllorin
in-- train to Colniubia and tle after
1ooi trainl out. That does not look sc
well '11in4 besides tIe c'tnection i.
m11v in t better as at present.
S'nil 1holy on2lt to tell the Colum
bia 'cvord that the funieral is all
"VVIr atid that it is time to 'o home.
lI aily .\lail.
W e wvre just thinkin,_-- about thle
Month of March
Are on Sale at
Art & Variety Store
"Somet htin.i New''1 is the most
pow'erfuil Itie ev dliscovered.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Ili'rsnan it to ani Act of thle General
Assemibly of the state otf South Car
alina,t etntitled "'An Act to devolv(
the dutties of the Board of Public
,Works of' the Town of Newberry up.
ont Town Coneil of said1 Town '' ap
proved the 13th day Of Feby,, 1907
nt tice is herebhy given that an ece.
ion will lbe ihld on Tuesday the 2nJ
dayv of A pril, 190It7, at tile usual voting
place in lie Connecil Chamlber upor
lie (finest ion of ' 'approval '' oi
"a2ainlst approval"' of said Act.
l'olls to he opetned at 8.00 o'cloel
11. mi., andi elosedl at 6.00 o'clock p. mn
All qpialified voters of the Town o:
Newherry will lie eligible to vote ir
siaid elect ion. The following will ae
.1io. A. Summer. .T.Bot,
1 Eir. S. Werts, Mayor.
C.& T. T. C. N..
n deposits is high enough,
n loans is low enough,
we offer are satisfactory,
y managed (and we think it is),
a customer, then we invite yol
RRY, S. C.
J. FR NOWODn Crsez
Capital $50,000, Deposits- $361,637, Surplus $43,361.72
of people having savings depositors
is rapidly growing. Every year the
bank deposits of the country show a
The Commercial Bank, of Newber
ry, S. C., shares in this increase, Peo
- ple are coming every day to start an
account there. If you have not yet
begun to Save, better begil now while
you are able. If you save noiw, you
-on't have to stit yourself in future
The Commercial Bank, of Newberry,S.C.
4 Per Cent.
Interest Paid in our Savings Department.
"The Bank for Your Savings.,,
Jno. ft. Kinard, Pres, J.Y. McFall, Cashier, 0.. Mayer, Vice-Pres
Cut out the following Coupon, brh
per cent. Trade $10.00 and get 6
and get 50 cents cash for hack fai
This coupon entitles ti.
count on every $1 C.00
on evcry $5 00 purcha
For $5.00 - Trunks, I
5 pairs Ladles' Dongola Blucher cut One Man's Suit
Shoes worth $1. 75, special for SaturdaY worth $1.25, sp<
$1.00 each, or 5 pairs for $5.00. Bte rd ts
One Suit, single or double breasted, worth Trunks rde at8s
$7.50, special for Saturday $5.00 Tukfo9
100 yds. good White Homespun $5.00, kind at $10.00.
or 5c. the yard. REMEMBER,
100 yds. of the best Calico, light or dark cent cash rebate<
colors, $5.00, or Sc. the yard. amounting to $5.C
Two pairs Ladles' low or high cut ShoesTI
worth $3.00 each, spegIal for Saturday Lc utis
$5.00, or $2.50 the pair.LaeCutns
One pair T. D. Barry's $6.00 Shoes, White Spreads, C
special for Saturday $5.00 the pair. -Hosiery, Childre
REMEMBER, you get 50c. rebate, for Straw and Panan
Saturday only, on every . $5.00 purchase. to $7.50. Ladier
Dress Goods, Dry Goods, Notions, Etc. Shirt Waists, Dre
For Odd Pants, Embr
F r49c- to arrive BedT1
10 yds. good Apron GIighams for 49c., the best.
or Sc. the yd,,,
10 yds. of bes* Calico' fof49c. Lde'hs
80 Balls No. I Sewing Cotton for 49c. Trade $5 00 o
- 1 0,0'00 yds. White, Good Lawns, Col- per cent. on evei
ored-Muslins, P. K.'s, etc, special for Sat- and get an extra
urdlay l0c. the yd. cent. Saturday or
.Mr. W. F. Ewart now has charge
will be glad to serve his.friends e
I.3 TE BE
Keepers of everything CheaJ est Store in Sot
JUST RECEIVE.D. 1F,
A handsome line ,of Ox- y
fords, all sizes, grades
Come before the Stock I
at all broken.
We can fit all feet, narro
igit to the BEE HIVE, save 25(
1.00 cash rebate, or trade $5.00
3 holder to $1 .00 Dis
purchase, or 50 cents
. L. BAILES & CO.
ags, Etc. For $10, $12.50 and $13.50
Case siz 22. One lot Blue Serge Suits, regular $12 5
~cial 98c. each. values special for Saturday only $10.00.
me reduction. One lot Blue Serge Suits, well tailored
up t th $1.00and worth $18 50, special for Saturday
you get 10 per One lot Blue Serge Suits worth $10.00, ,4
n every purchase special for Saturday $7.98.
0 an 'vr REMEMBER, you get 10 per cent. re
IE BEE HIVE- bate on every suit, or every purchase
Rugs, Mattings, amounting to $5.00 or over.
orsets, Bleaching, .TIAE BEE HIVE.
ns Hats, Men's
a Hats from 39c. Shoes and Oxfords!
~'Sit,Lde' We are agents for such makes as T. D.
ss ood, Mn'sBarry's Shoes for men. Prices range
oidery and Laces from $5.00 to $3 00 the pair.
icking from 5c to Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for
Boys and Girls, and will give a new pall
il UndeIrwear, for any pair not as we represent them.
more, save 25 The Brown Shoe Co.'s Shoes and Ox
y dollar's worth, fords for Men and Ladles.
iscount of 10 per G. H. Gerber's Shoes for children. Thi~
ly. line expected by Saturday.
of our Clothing Department, and
nd customers -
th Carolina. Your money back if you' want it