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2be Move..ents of Many People C
New bemi'.ans and Those Who
Dr. kI. D. Weeks and Mr. Jas. N.
McCaughrin leave this week to spend tj
A few days in the mountains of tj
North Carolina. %
Mrs. B. B. Kinard and daughter, 3
Miss Sophia, of Ninety-Six, are visit- a
ing Mrs. B. M. Dennis.
Mrs. E. H. Parramore,, who has t
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Guy p
Daniels, has gone to Columbia, Ga. e
Mrs. M. .M. Buford has returned t)
from a visit to her relatives in the c,
Mr. Jesse D. Coats. who learned the y
printer's trade in Newberry, but who, a
for the past six years has been a lino
type operator in the city of Richmnod,
ha;- been on a visit to his mother and t]
other relatives in Newberry. He a
leaves today for Richmond. but will! z
visit the Jamestown Exposition be- ,
Aore resuming his work. e
Mr. Surrey D. Shockley. of Colum- r
Jia. is visiting relatives here. b
Mr. James Cullum. of Batesburg, i,
Spent Sunday in the city.
- Mr. Jno. Peterson and his sister, sl
Niss Mary, spent Sunday in Laurens. C:
There was a very vivid and bril- it
liant electrical display on Sunday e:
morning about 4 o'clock. 'Some of v,
ihose who were up say a voll of light f
or fire passed across the northern f<
heavens which was sublime. T
Mr. C. R. Gaillard is on a visit to it
his relatives in the city. ' t
Miss Marguerite Cromer left yes
ter.day morning for a visit of several
days to friends in Cheraw.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Scliumpert re
Aurned Friday from Knoxville. Tenn.,
bringing with them their little grand-I
daughter.' Mary Schum2ert MoClure.
The Bachelor Maids will hold a
business meeting in the chamber of t
eommerce rooms this afternoon at
Pr6f. and Mrs. Thomas, of Massett.
Ohio. have arrived in Newberry. and e
are at the Frederiek. Prof. Thomas
will take Prof. Powell's position in
Mrs. F. A. Schumpert has gone on
a visit to New York. She was join
ed at Jacksonville. Fla.. by her daugh- V
ter. Mrs. Bell, and they will go from
there by water.
Mr. and Mfs. S. J. Wooten have re
turned fr9m the mountains of North
Mis Eva Mace w1No' has been int
Newberry th-e past week on a visit to
the home of E. H. Aull left yesterday'
for her home in Marion.
Mr. C. J. Ramagte, of the Saluda
bar appeared before Chief Ju-stice
Pope on Saturday and obtained bond~
for Hamp He.nley, colored, charged p
with the murder of Ed Nelson in Sa- Ir
Boys Stay on the Farm. f
Col. E. H. Au-ll having the farming
interest at heart concluded to have a
picture made of a field of corn that ]
I have and has asked me to write a
short article for his paper in corniee
tion with it, so that perhaps some ,1
young man might be encouraged to
stay on the farm and bc happy.
,Seven teen years ago I bought my 1
first tract of land one a half miles
west of Newberry. for which I paid
twelve dollars per. acre. At that time
cotton was sellin-.: fromn twelve to six-1
teen dollars per bale and you can
imagine what a hard time I had to<
pay for my place.
Having such a struggle to meet my
obligations in paying for my land I
contented myself for quite a while
with what I had, being afraid to go in
I was finally induced by some*
friends to buy my second place which
cost nineteen dollars per acre (see
how land advanced).
I borrowed th money--fifteen hun
dred dollars- and in four years I paid
it with ease. I.was then encouraged
to buy more land which cost me fifty
dollars per acre, (watch the increase
METING FOR 80uHOOLS.
!itizens Called to Meet on 19th to B
Hear Report of Board as to New
At a meeting of the citizens to hear
ie report of the board of trustees of si
ie Xewberrv school district which t]
-as held in the court house on July e'
th, the following resolations were el
"Resolved, That the board of trus- r,
,es be requested to prepare and re- c
ort upon the need and feasibility of
reeting an additional school building, ji
iis report to be published in the ri
unty papers and submitted to a q
teeting of the citizens of the town of t<
rewberry to be called by the board, N
nd that this be done within the next a
xty days.. "
In accordance with this resolution q
ie board will publish between this d
ad the 19th,..at which time the citi- T
mns are called to meet, the report is
-hich they will submit so that the C
itizens may be in possession of the p:
commendations and findings of the ci
ard. and thus be enabled to take, si
itelligent action at the meeting. p
It is very important that there ti
ould be a large attendance of the a]
Ltizens at this meeting, inasmuch as I
is a question which will involve an P
cpenditure of money, and it also in- f<
Dlves the additional school facilities tC
oretihernilde.shetNUtyPff ETAN c
)r the children of this community. si
hat they need to enlarge these facil- ti
ies no intelligent citizen will ques- ir
on, but it is always best that before n
king such action there should be t(
ll and free discussion. . In order to b
icrease the facilities, it will be .nee- 0:
;sary to issue additional bonds in
rder to put up additional buildings. ci
Stemographer Jno. K. Aull left b
fonday morning for Laurens where b
ourt will be in session for two or tl
iree weeks. There are at least fj
elve murder cases for trial. S
2000 Rolls Crepe paper just receiv- t
i at Anderson 10c. Co.
OLD PIANOS AND ORGANS. v
For which we will allow the highest il
rices towards new Instruments. No n
lb rates to offer, but we Pledge s;
etter Instruments for the same or
ass money. then those at club rate
Write Malones Music House. Co- 1\
aimbia. S. C.. for special prices and h
It will pa,y you to watch our win- U
ows. Anderson 10c. Co. 1
Germany used in the latest sugar ,
ear 15,733,478 tons. of beets in th a
production of 2,314.779 tons of raw d
near and 328.752 tons of molasses.
At the time I bought my land it
vas very poor, it taking from three to
ive acres to make a bale of cotton.
fest of it now will make a bale to
ihe acre or it did last year. I'do not
hink it is as good this year as it was t
ast year, but you will see from the
>itue of my corn that Col. Aull has t
n this paper what ean be done in
this old country.
I have pulled seven hundred and
:hirty bundles of fodder off a frae
ion over one acre and expect seven
;y-'five bushels of corn.
This is no gas but is written by re
luest of COo]. Aull for the sole purpose
f perhaps enoraigsome young,
nan to stay on the farm. My son has
refused a ~job of twenty-five dollars
per month because he can make fifty
olars a month 'plowing at home.
You wvill remember I paid twelve
ollars per acre for the first piece,
nineteen dollars for my second piece
and fifty dollars for the third.
Mr. J. A. Senn bought by the side
of me for fifty dollars per acre and
he is nowv selling the same land for
one hnudred and fifty. Boys stay on
the farm. I will help you keep the
nigger in his class.
J. H. hannell. 14
AS TO REGISTRATION.
ooks Now Open for City Election- IC
The Law, As to Suf
By reference to a notice in this is- h
te of the paper it will be seen that ,
ie books of registration for the city t<
ection are now open and the sup- w
Wisor of registration, Mr. Eugene S. n
Terts, will be pleased to issue your rf
-gistration certificates upon appli- p
In order that the citizens may know w
ist what the law of the town is in ci
!gard to the right of suffrage we c
ote from the ordinances of the n
wn, article 2, 'sections 12 and 13,
hich relate to the right of suffrage, r,
i follows: "Section. 12. Electors in o
unicipal elections shall possesse the
aalifications and be subject to the ti
isqualifications herein prescribed. i
he production of a certificate of reg
tration from the registration offi- N
rs of the county as an elector at a h
recinct included in the incorporated ol
tv or town in which the voter de- a
res to vote is declared a condition ti
rerequisite to his obtaining a cer- p
ficate of registration for municipal il
ections, and in addition. he must
ive been a resident withiff the cor
)rate limits at least four months be
ire the election and have paid all B
Lxes due and collectible for the pre-i
,ding fiscal year. The general as
mbly shall provide for the registra
on of all voters before each election
i municipalities: Provided, That B
thing herein contained shall apply e;
any municipal election which may tl
held prior to the general election is
the year 1896. St
''Section 13. Inauthorinzing a spe- ko
al election in any incrporated city o
. town in this state for the purpose of tI
>nding the same, the general assem- u
ly shall prescribe as a condition to a
te holding of said election a petition ti
-oM a majority of the freeholders of E
id city or town as shown by its tax
rks. and at such election all elec- t(
>rs of such city or town who are Ili
ialified for voting under section 12 a
this article, and who have,paid all e
ixes, state, county and municipal, for t
ie previous year, shall be allowed to t
ote: and the vote of a majority of e
ose voting in said election shall be t
ecesary to authorizei the issue of e
Death of Mrs. Lominick. v
Mrs. Martha M. Lominiek,' wife of q
Ir. Walker W. Lominick, died at her la
oe in the Broad river section of a
ais county on 'Saturday, Sept. 7th, v
907. Mrs. Lo'miniek had been in her t
sual health and died suddenly of n
eart failure. Besides her husband g
ie leaves four children, three sonsp
nd one daughter. Funeral and burial
ere had at Enoree church on Sunday j
t 4 o'clock, the services being con- I
eted by the Rev. P. B. Mitchell. t
CERSHAW DISPENSARY CASE. 1
hief Justice Pope to Hold Hearing 1
on September 18.r
Chief Justice Pope yesterday issued
n order on a writ of certiorari in
he Kershaw dispensary case for a a
earing before him at Newberry on! i
This is a motion in a contest on the r
egaaity of the dispensary eleetion
eld several weeks ago in that' county
which the dispensary was-voted I
ut. The .state board of canvassers
,fterwards declared the election ille
'al and this is an appeal from the de
ision 'by the election board. . 1
The above is from The State of (
;iunday. 'Ohief Justice Pope has de
lined to hear the case and will a3- ]
emble the entire court for that pur
ose. The .order which he will issue
vill be returned o'n the 28th of this1
onth, at wieh time argument will I
e heard before the full court. On
be 27th and 28th the court will assem
le en banc which includes not only
he justices of the supreme court but
1 the circuit judges. The purpose
f this meeting is to hear the case
if the State against Pope, which is
murder case, and the case ex parte
~hrlich which relates to certain stol-1
n bonds of the state. In these two
ases the supreme court is equally di
ided and for that reason the court
vill sit en banc.
5HEAP RATES TO WASHIN~GTON
O' September 8, 9, 10 and 11, 1907,
we will sell tickets to Washington
rood 15 days from date of sale at the
ate of $15.35 for the round ti-ip. Ex
ensions of return limit can' be secur
d until Oct. 4th, by payment of 50
G. L. Robinson,
China! China!! Coming in every
lay. Aziaerunn 1O. Co.
FOR THE HOSPITAL.
itizens Meeting Called for Tonight
To Hear Report of Com
In regard to the movement for the
i)spital which has been agitated in
ewberry for sometime, the commit
!e from the chamber -f commerce
hich was appointed to look into the
atter and get information, and make
!commendations, is now ready to re- I
rt. They had a conference with
ie physicians of the county, and it
as decided to hold a meeting of the
tizens as soon as this committee se
ired the necessary data so as to
ake a report.
This meetin,. will be held in the
>oms of the chamber of commerce
i Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
It is desired that it shall be dis
netly understood that all of the cit
ens are invited to this meeting.
In order to secure the hospital for
ewberry. it will be necessary that we1
ave the hearty ehdorsement and co
>eratjon of the citizens generally,
id it is earnestly requested that all
tose who are interested in this im
)rtant movement attend the meet-1
C on Tuesday evening.
e Will Tell You of the Many Things
He Has Seen at the Ewart
The Ewart-Perry Co. has secured
uster Brown series., and we desire to
ill the attention of our readers to
ie address of Buster Brown in this
sue, and we are sure that they will
)ol become interested in it, and will
ok for it from one issue to another
the paper. . Everybody want to see
e Sunday paper in order to ascer
in what Bpster is doing. These cuts
re drawn and the Buster Brown ar
eles are written expressly for the
This company is, now about ready
> display their large and handsome
nie of fall and winter goods in shoes
nd elothing, and t.he public in thisl
1nty aid Saluda county, knowing
e proprietors of this company as
iey do, we are satisfied. wants to
.amine the stock which is carried in
eir store before making purchases
It will be recalled that they boughit
i stock of Mr. S. J. Wooten, but
hat was left of that stock was very
uickly disposed of one day last week.
fr. B. Balk walked into the store
n made them a lump offer for what
*as left of this stock, particularly
bie clothing part of it, and in a few
iinutes the sale was made and the
oods boxed and shipped to Philadel
An expert cutter, Mr. H. Sonneman,
r., of Baltimore, representing Schloss
ros.'& Co.. will be at their store on
de 12th. 13th and 14th and will take
rders for special suits from those
rho cannot be suited out of the
toek. The line this season is a very
eautiful one, and this firm has the
eputat ion .for fine gods and good fits.
Letters remaining in the postoffice
t Newberry, S. C., for the week end
rg September 7, 1907.
B-Kr. John Bate,-Mr. George Ber
y, Mrs. belier Briton.
C-Mr. James T. Cromer.
IlkMrs. Frank Dewalt, Mr.? Will
E-Mr. Jesse Epps.
F-Mrs. Estelle Fry.
G--Zora Gallman, Mr. S. G. Gall
an, Mr. Eddie Gallmnon, Miss Eliza
-illiam. Miss Maggie Griffin.
H-.Miss Rymior Hamp, Mr. N. T.
Iipps. Mamie Hilburn.
J--Presilla Jackson, Robert Jones.
P-Mr. Gus Perrin. Mr. Nathaniel
>itss, Mr. James Pope.
R-.Mr. ePter Ruff.
E-MMrs. Eliza Smith.
W--Ma ch Wallov. Miss Sallie Wil
on, Miss Lillie B. Wilson, Mr. C. L.
Persons callin~g for these letter will
lease say that they were advertised.
Chas. J. Purcell, P. M.
Notice is hereby given that we will
nake a settlement on the personal:
roperty of J. W. Humbert, deceased,
n .the office of the .Probate Judge for1
gewberry county.. on Thursday, -the
Lth of October, 1907, at 11 o'clock,
M. M. Humbert,
Jno. M. Kinard,
Sept. 9th, 1907.
Parents send your children here to
rade, we will treat them just as well
is if you were with them.
Anderson 10c. lO0.
A GOOD POSITrON.
Getter From Mr. A. C. Jones-He
Will Travel North and South
The following letter from Mr. A.
3. Jones will be read with interest
)y his many friends in this county. 3
[t is always a pleasure to see our E
Sewberry people secure good posi- I
;ions. Mr. Jones has held some fine E
yositions and he regards this the best. C
We are glad that he is to retain his (
-esidence among us. 3
September 4, 1907. 1
%f r. E. H. Aull, 1
Editor Herald and News, I
Newberry, S. C. 2
fy Dear Sir: C
It may be of some interest to my E
!riends in Newberry county to know I
:bat I have today made an engage- (
neat with Tefft Weller Company C
s a general salesman to represent C
hem specially in South Carolina and E
orth Carolina, but with the privil- I
%c of selRing any good merchant
vhose account is not already placed
n the house from anywhere in the
inited States. The advantage I will
iave in this house is that there is not
L di.. goods store in the country but
vha-t I can sell, whereas, with the
pecial line of Wm. H. Horstmann
ompany. I could only seel the large
lepartment stores and the other trade
mall bills. I regard this the best po
tion I have ever held. This is the
)nly time in twenty years, the terri
ory has been open and with the large
iumber of applications there were for i
t, I feel that I should feel very grate- (
ul that it was given to me. With
ind regards. I am,
Very sincerely yours,
A. C. Jones.
POR SALE, RENT OR LEASE,- six
or eight horse farm one and one
half miles from Silver street. Ap
ply to Will W. Spearman.
DOAL HAS ADVANCED with great
demand for. the best grades, if you
haven't purchased your supply,
call on me at once and get prices,
I handle the Blue Gem Jellico. None
superior. kJohn Scott.
ONFDENCE IN THE JEWELER
when you buy Jewelry you need to
have confidence that you are not
being sold' an inferior article at
the price charged for first class
goods. We make a rule to always
represent goods as they really are,
and charge a price as low as is con
sistent with the quality. You need1
have no fear but that you are ob
taining full value for your money
when you purchase here. We are
now showin~g a larger and better as-.
sortment of Watches, Clocks, Jew
elry and .Silverware than ever be
Daniels & Williamson,
No'tice is hereby given that the
books of registration for the Town of
Newberry, S. C., are now open, and
the undersigned as Supervisor of
Registration for the said town will
keep said books open every day from
9 a. in., until 5 p. mn., (Sunday ex
epted) including the 1st day of De-.
Eug. S. Werts,
Supervisor of Registration-. I
DOWN - DOWN - LUMBER and
building material of all kirids.
Flooring, eiling and shingles of all
grades, sash, doors, blinds. laths,
roofinigs, etc. C. H. Cannon' will
give the very lowest prices and
meet all competition. He is in~ for
small profits and large business.
The publid schools will open Sep
tember 23. 1 will be in the offiee from
9 to 11 a. mn. on Friday and Satur
day previous for the purpose of class
ifying new pupils. 'A, tuky
3 BEST BY TEST OF TIME-Par
oid, Asphalt Gravel and Asbestos
Spark proof roofing. I have studied
the roofing question and will not
sell any but the best. Come and see
C. H. Cannon,
Newberry, S. C.
LUMBR-Rough and dressed, ton
gued and grooved of all kinds and
grades. Shingles, sash, doors, blinds,
laths, roofing, roof paints, etc. A
large stock of good material upon
which I will meet all prices, and
strive to give satisfaction.
C. H. Cannon,
. .. Newberry, S. C.
FINE LINE of Gold Bracelets from
$3.00 up at Daniels & Williamson's.
Newberry Cotton Market.
Corrected By Nat Gist.
[iddling .. .. .. .. .. ....12 1-2
trict Middling ..........12 5-8
ood Middling ...........12 3-4
The Local Market.
feat ...............9 to 12
[ams .. .. .... .... 16 to 1S
lest Lard .. . .. 13
F99 i . X mWm... .. 35 to 4
1w ... .. .. ... .. o
lixed Chicken Food .... 96
[ay .. .. .. .. .. .. ..1.35 to 1.5
st Patent Flour .. ....5.9 to 5.5
nd Patent Flour.. ....4.50 to 7
k>od Ordinary Flour....3.50 to C.
ugar .... .... .... .. 5 1-2'A
oice.............. 5tog 1-3
offee Roasted .... .. .. 15
offee, Green .........10 to 20
!otton Seed meal....... 1.40
s .. .. .. .. .. .. .20
'oultry ..1.. .. ....10c. Ib.
leas ................. 2.00
wISS KAZ DOMINICK
of Music, Baltimor.)
Studio opens September 16, 19e7.
Apply for Terms.
I CENT A WORD.
Io advertisement taken for less
han 25 cents.
MiOi WAI|EA from $5.00 up a
Daniels & Wiliamson
MWBERRY BUIDING WA
COMPANY.-Dues are p&yable at
the Exchange Bank on or before
the 15th of each month. If no
paid promptly penalty will atta.
M. L. Spearman,
UY a 14k solid gold Elgin Wateh
ladies size $25.00 at
. Daniels & Williamson's.
)OMINOOARD-The .new house
hold game that combines and u.
eels both Cards and Dominoes. Can
vassers wanted to introduce in e4
ery community. Sample game ad
particulars, postpaid, 50ets. Doinn
oeards Co., 1807 Chouteau Ave., St6
WANTED-All your eotton seed a't
the highest market price. Sea1bei
and seed house at C., N. & L. depet.
C. H. Cannon,
P'OR SALE--Well improved place 6,
miles from Chappells and 8 miles
from Saluda C. H. Address
J. C. Wyse,
Chappells, S. C., R. F. D. No. 2
3UY a signet Ring, solid gold $1.50
and up. Engraved free.
Daniels & WiHamnon. -
WANTED to buy 10,000 bushiels red
oats in ear lots or less. Quote -best
price f o b your depot and 'send
Dixie Flour and Grain Co.,
- Laurens, S. C.
1REENWO0D LUMBER and i36b
bin Mfg. -Co.,. Greenwood, 8. C.
Manufacturers of doors, ~sash,
blinds, flooring, ceiling, mouldings
etc. Mill work a specialty.
BBFOR UTING or selling 4 p
or any property, write The Capa
Realty and Trust Company,
Bishopville, S. 0.C
HAVE MOVED by sale, feed and
livery stables to my new barn in
Thompson street in rear of the new.
court house, where I will be pleas
ed to have my friends call and I s
sure them ot' the very best treat
ment. J. G. Brown.
LIUMBBR FOR SALE-House bill
furnished around at mill seven
miles from Prosperity at $7.50 per
thousand. Terms Cash.
- , Boozer and Koon,
Prosperity, R. F. D. 1.
HAVE YOUR HOUSE wired by the
Newberry Electric Co. . Work
promptly and carefully attended.
For information apply to Jno. C.
I HAVE A NICE Tozier engine for
traveling uses, and a shingle mill
that I will sell eheap. Everything.
first class shape.
A. B. Summers,
channalla S. C.