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E. II. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoflice at Newberry,
S. C., as 2nd class matter,
musy, Julf a 1908.
It seems to tis that the new
court house should not he used for
serving lunches or for public gath
erings. The old court house could
be used for these political meetings.
We have a nice building and
should not have it abused.
Owing to a small break in the
linotype machine this issue of The
Herald and News is set largely by
hand composition. The new part
should have reached us yesterday
but it did not. This explains also
the absence of some live news we
might have had.
The battleship, South Carolina,
was launched on Saturday .at Philadelphia.
(?ov. Ansel and Mrs. Ansel and
Miss Ansel and a number of South
Carolinians were present. Mis.Ansel
broke a bottle of ehampagnc
on the brow of the boat as it floated
into the water. The ship will
be delivered to the government in
December, 1909, and will cany a
complement of 900 men.
notm i: or KI.KCTIOX.
in vonshienition or a petition sufficiently
signed by electors atul freolinMer.-i
of O'Neall School District No.
I . ^vt> ill" lie tubers of | lir county
loan! ii| i'(In 1 ;i 1 ion in' Xewherry counl.v.
S. do hereby oriier an election
I"' held at lie- school house of said
ilistiirt on the I'.lst day ni .Inly, I'.uiS,
between the hours ot einht and four to
determine whether or not a high
school shall be established iu the
above mentioned district. Those favoring
I lie establisliuient of a liitfh s<diool
will vote' I- or lli^li School" those not
!a\oiini; .1 hij'h school will vide,
"Avaiinst lli^h School." lie, '1st rat ion
cerlilicnlcs and lax receipt are necessary
I. S. Wheeler,
10. O. Counts,
S. .1. Derrick.
County Hoard of lOdueation.
Do you need another
at a big saving to you.
regardless of cost, Lai
$22.00, 1-3 off, now $11.(57.
$'20.00, 1-3 off, now $13.34.
$18.00, 1-3 olT now $12.00.
$lt!.-.0, 1-3 oil", now $11.00.
$1.).00, 1-3 olV, now $10.00.
$12.00, :i-3 oil', now $S.OO.
$10.00, 1-3 olT, now $(5.07.
$7..">(), 1-3 olT, now $7).00.
$10.00, .1-3 off, now $0.07.
$8.00, 1-3 off, now $."?.31.
$7.00, 1-3 off. now $ 1.1)7.
$0.00, 1-3 off, now $1..")0.
$r?.oo, 1-3 off, now 1.
$ 1.00, l-[5 off, now $2.(57.
$3.00, 1-3 off, now $2.00.
$2.00, .1-3 off, now $1.35.
Don't fail to visit us if
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE. 1
Many and Varied Features at the
Next Door to Post Office.
Popular Theatorians has many performers who come
with highest testimonials. Some of the features are:
MISS ETHEL BRADY?Clever Singing and dancing
AL SPITZER?Boston's Famous Tenor Singer, In |
High Opera and Illustrated Music.
L. McABEE?Man of Iron and Physical Culture Exponent.
j FRANK MAC?The Irish Minstrel in Singing, Dancing
and Talking Specialties, Introducing his famous
Paper Tearing Act.
No advance in price of admission.
BELTS AND BUCKLES |
j Leather Belts in Black, Tan and Colors, straight |j
11 and girdle shapes. N
[j Get a Merry Widow Belt. | |
11 Have you seen the new adjustable Belt? Can be '
B changed from one size to another. Just 50c. !
Buckles and Pins. j
| Pearl Buckles and Pins In round and square shapes, R
imitation Silver Belt Pins, Belt Pins in Brooch effect, 3
j1 Egyptian Cameo and Gold Filled Sash Pins. j
j Everything for the Ladies. | j
Reductions on Men's end 33 l-3?l? 1
Boys' Clothing. Oft.
suit? If so, now is your opportunity to get it
We ore going to let every suit in the store go
test models in blues, grays, olives, browns and
? t > > i i
Odd Trousers and Boya Kneo Pants at Lot Apron ginghams at 5c.
Great Reduction. standard calicoes at 5c.
Lot H8 in. son island 5c.
Never he fore has the Newberry Ij()t 10 and 1-2 l-2c peroal at 9c.
buying puhlie been offered such ij()t 40 iawns n| iqc
sweeping reductions on new and sea- ]j0( 40 j?. lin^orie nr 15c.
sonablc merchandise. All Voile skirts at reduced prices. I
C'OMK and investigate and see if we All net waists at reduced prices,
can pro\e this ad. All while waists at reduced prices.
All I lie white ? colored lawns at 8c. AU underwear at reduced
All 12 l-2e white & colored lawns at 1 >ii?*os.
All silk and heartherbloom pottiAll
15c. white ami colored lawns 12c. coats reduced.
All 20c white and eorored lawns 15c. Bargains iti hosiery P*>r ladies, men
All 25<\ white and colored lawns 19c. and children.
All embroideries at cost. Bargain in gauze vests.?
Groat values in laces, drear vai- Bargains in men's summer underlies
in ribbons. wear.
Lot .12 l-2e. Ginghams at 10c. Bargains in alpaca and serge coats.
Lot 10c. ginghams at 8c. Bargains in umbrellas and parasols.
you want to save yourself money on all your
?n guaranteed or money back.
Everybody and Store cf Low Prices, I
Save Money |fl
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BY SEEING US |
We handle nothing but 1
the best Jellico. I
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COLUMBIA, S. C? i
| C. N. & La) J
Wednesiy, July 15th. 1
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Tickets good returning on reg- |
ular trains up to and including W
train 21, due to leave Columbia . Thursday,
July 16th, Gervais St.
5.20 P. M.
From Round Trip
Laurens - 7.00 a. m. $1.25
Clinton 7.40 44 44
Goidville - 8.00 " 1.00
Kinards - 8.10 14 41
Gary 8.15 44 44
Jalapa 8.20 " 44
Newberry 8.45 44
Prosperity 9.00 14 75
Slighs 920 44 44 /I
Little Mountain 9.30 44 44
Chapin 9.45 44 50
Hilton 9.50 44
White Rock 9.55 44
Ballentine 10.00 44 "
Irmo 1 0.1 5 44 4' *
Arrive Columbia 1 0.50 a. m. |* j
Ask Agents, phone or write o,v J<
W. J. CRAIG, P. T. ML, J. F. LIVINGSTON, S. A., I
Wilmington, N. C. Columbia, S. C.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT Headache Helps. |
AND APPLICATION FOR DIS- When I foci a headache coming on, "
CHARGE. says a writer in the April Designer. *4 I
The undersigned will make his final X look aronml for the cause. Usually j'k J
return and settlement of the estato of I loosen my hair. It is not generally & I
"Mrs. Martha Caroline Caldwell, de- known that hair dono up tightly and
I ceased, before Hon. F. M. Schumpert, pinned closo to the head will cause JRfl
probate judge for Newberry county, headache, Try letting the hair fall
S. ('.. on Friday, the twenty-fourth loose, or braid or pin it loosely in :i
day of July, 1908, at 11 o'clock in the a different, style. Sometimes it is
I forenoon, and immediately thoreaftor my collar which is too tight, and , 'J^Ej
will apply to the said probate judge ! when T take it off my headache di
j for hi? discharge as executor of the appears. Again it is caused by tight NHS
j will of the said deceased. or uncomfortable shoes, or by high!
J. F. J. Caldwell, heeled shoes, which may feel comfortltaw-3t-T
Executor. able but which will cause the trouble.