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K. H. AULI., liUFTOR.
Entered at the Postofiice at NevvIberry,
C, as 2nd class matter.
KOlil \'o istirfuv 'At!ps.)uj4
A WORD TO THE COLUMBIA
In its issues ul' Friday and Salurilny
I Ik* Columbia Slntc lias seen t'il
to meddle in | 1h> senatorial raee in
Newberry eounly. For the benefit
of (Ik; Stale we desire to say that we
have no apology to make for one line
whieh has appeared in The Herald
and News in regard to Senator
Hlease s candidacy for governor, and
we dety (lie Slate or any other newspaper
or any man to point out one
line which has appeared in The Herald
and News in regard lo Senator
Hh ase which is not absolutely true.
We desire lo say furl her thai the
Slate in its editorials lias made assertions
ami insinuations which are absolutely
without foundation tii fad.
The editor of the ('olumhia Slate
knows that a majority of the people
ul Newberry county are not ignorant,
lie knows the positions of Mr. 10. II.
Anil and Mr. Alan Johnstone in the
race |.?r the Stale senate, because the
addresses of these nent lenien have
been lully reported, and il is apparent
Ihat the editor of the Slate is a
close reader of The Herald and News.
The inevitable conclusion is, and
we make the assertion and are responsible
for it, t luil the editor of
the ( olumhia Stale has made assertions
and insinuations which are maliciously
Willi this statement, the newspaper
I'ontrover-v on our pari is closed.
The llerabl and News ashs the cooperation
of the mummers of election
at every voting precinct in the effort
which we will make to _ ! complete
retains from i he entire county at an
e.arlv hour toninhl.
If there is a 'phone in the neighborhood
of a voting precinct, we
would ask the ma miners to 'phone us
the returns as soon as possible after
the votes are counted, and to send us
the returns also by the first one coming
to tho city.
I'he Herald and News ollice will be
open all ninhl toninhl. or until complete
returns are secured from the
county and as complete returns as
possible from Ihrotinhoul the Stale
in the races for governor ami for
I'nited Stales senator. We will be
nlnd to see ill our friends tonight
who ma v desire to secure the returns.
The Herald and News and the (lbserver
will issue joint extras, at The
Herald and News ollice.
I tiller tile opinion of lion. (icorne
S. Mower, and of oilier lawxers who
have looked into the mailer, Newberry
county has a fee simple title lo the
old court house lot, and the county
ean keen il and use it or dispose of
it in anv matter it may see fit. The
people of tin* county are lo decide today
what disposition shall be made
of it. With no lenal obstacles in the
way. it is purely a matter of choice
Wasted Royal Effort.
Not Ions; ano the kiun' of Wurleni
hern, while out niotorinn in the conntrv
with the (iraud Huke Adolphus
of Meckleiibum, saw cominu toward
him a cart drawn h\ a white horse in
which were seated a sturdy old peasant
and his wife. As the motor ear
approached I lie white horse became
very restive, pranced, reared and finally
fell down on the roadway. The
king and the grand duke immediately
ordered the chauffeur to stop, and,
cret I inn down from the car went to the
assistance of the fallen animal. "Meanwhile
the two old peasnts sal stolidly
in the i art and made not the
-li^htc- l effort to raise j he horse.
head and 11 e kinn proceeded to loos,
^n "he trice Alter a v.ood deal of
trouble t he ! - i -? was >.;oi upon lis
lens ayain and ri'harnessed, anil then
the nratnl duke addressed the old
man in the carl. '' there,"' he said,
handing him a coin, ''it's all rinhl
now, my good man. Von can go ami
tell your friends that the grand
duke of Mecklenburg picked up your
horse, and that the king of Wurteinberg
helped him." The peasant bit
the coin to see if it was good, and
then replied: "Ye might have
saved yourselves all (his trouble, for
my old horse always lays down when
he hears one of those horrid motor
ears eoming. Hut as soon as it's
past he nets up again of his own accord.'1
The average woman carries lift\
miles of hair on her head.
THE CAPTURE OF MOSBY.
A Military Expedition That was Not <
(ion. .John S. Mushy, I lie C'onfeder- i
ale cavalryman used l<> tell of a comic
incident which happened in the Slien- i
andoah valley in I8(il. Near Millwood
:i regiment <if cavalry hallc?|
lie night and went into camp. One <i
of I lie men, who was hungry, slip- i
pod a way and went off in I lie neigh- \
horhood to ? ?'! something to eat. lie t
rode up lo a cabin on a farm in the it
dark ami called for the person inside
to come out. ?
A negro woman, known at that
lime as an intelligent contraband,
opened the door and asked him what .
he wanted. The soldier wished to he ,
assured ol his safety before dismount- j
in<; and while eating his supper, so ,
he inquired if any one hut herself y
was there. '
She replied: "Yes, Mosby is here." j
"What!" said he, in a whisper. ,
"Is Mosby here7M A.
"Yes," she said, "he is in the j
The soldier put spurs to his horse
and flashed off to his company to car- y
ry the news. When he got there lie
inlormcd the colonel that Mosby was
in a house n<>1 far away. Ttie rogi- ,
mi'nl was soon mounted, ami went al "
a fast trot, thinking they had Mosby
in a Iran.
When they arrived at the negro
woman's house the colomd ordered
his men lo surround it. to prevent ''
Mosby's escape, while he went in with ?
a few to take him dead or alive.
The woman again came to I lie door
"I I lie cabin. The colonel i:n|uired,
"Is Mosby here?''
She innocenlly replied. "Yes," so
lie walked in.
Alter I he colonel got inside lie j
looked round. Hut the woman seemed
10 be all alone and utterly unconscious
of having so important a person
for her guest.
In a loud Voice the colonel demand- |
ed. "Where is Mosby.'" I s
" 'Kre he," answered the terrified*
negress, al the same lime poinling to!
:\ < rmllr on I he floor.
The colonel looked into the cradle (
and so terrifying that ils symptoms
sucking ils paw.? Month's I'onipanion.
A Promising Lawyer.
The von us; lawyer had waited many
days for clients, and still they did ,1
not come. Mis bills were mount in /
higher and higher, and sad to say,
some ol his creditors were becoming
impatient. Al this very minute his
tailor, whom lie owed for his last
winter's overcoat, was sitting beside /
his desk illtcriug 'till sorts of dire
" I'll pay you when I can," he said.
"Well, thai doesn't satisfy me,"j
retorted the tailor. "What would j '
happen, do you I hin . if I were to j ^
take this mailer to the courts and I ^
sue you ?" | ^
"Noil have just consulted me in
said I lie voting la wver.
"Then, in your opinion, you hav- ^
ti t a leg to stand on," insisted the -y
t a ill ?r. I
"Not a leg," returned the briefless *
' * \ ery well, then, 1 shall proceed
al once," said the tailor, rising. !
"I certainly advise you to," /iid i
the lawyer, with a gleam in his cye.jp
"I shall niii-i certainly accept your'.:
advice," retorted the tailor sarcas-|0
"flood," said tin* lawyer. "Wliafrj
is the amount of your bill?"
"h'ood," said the lawyer. "What
is the amount of your bill ?"
"Sixty-eight dollars and fifty
cents," said the tailor.
"All right," said the lawyer. "
"Hand over six fifty, please." ^
"Six fifty?" said the tailor.
"What for?" d
'' \ on hav ojust consulted mo iu !l
I In* matter of a suit al law ami liaveM
>iatod I hat you accept my advice. My |
|charge lor I hat is >7">, and tlie ?(>.o0 I1
j is tie difference between your bill '
; and mine." said I he lawyer. "If I
j don't In ar from ,\<>ii b\ noon tumor-M
j row I sluili pul the mailer in the "
| hands of my attorneys, flood morn- '
! in?_r. sir."
And the tailor went out marveling <1
much that s,? ingenious a young gen- a
tIonian should be a member of the (
groat army of the unemployed.?Harper's
For Number Two. f
"fioorge, dear, what kind of a woman
would you marry if you married j
again ?" asked the amiable wife. f
"Well, if I married again"?began I
I Ihe brutal husband.
i "Then von acknowledge that von r
i i .?,. '
, would marry again7 ! f
1 "I in net saying one way or the j
| ol her, but '- j (j
I "But you don't give me a definite' n
inswer, ami (hiit proves"?
''Tluil doesn 'I prove anything, by a
"ll docs loo! So what ki.nl of ;i
voman would you marry if you mar icd
"I wouldn't marry again. I could
"Of course you have lo say Hint."
"Of course I do, because T wa.y
ihoul lo say lhal if I married again
I would he the kind of a woman wlm
nmld not ask me whal kind of a wonan
I would marry if I married
IHARLESTON & WESTERN CAROLINA
Sclicdnle in effect May 31, 1908.
a~. Newberry(C N & L) 12:5G p.m.
Ir. Laurens 2:02 p.m.
iV. Laurens (C & W C) 2:35 p.m.
Lr. Greenville 4:00 p.m.
.v. Laurens 2:32 p.m.
u\ Spartanburg 4:05 p.m.
v. Spartanburg (So. Ry.) 5:00 p.m.
ir. ITendersonville 7:45 p.m.
ir. Asheville 8:50 p.m.
.v. Laurens (C & W C) 2:32 p.m.
li*. Greenwood 3:32 p.m.
r. McCormiek 4:33 p.m.
r. Augusta 0:15 p.m.
Tri-Woekly Parlar Oar line beft'ccn
Augusta and Asheville. Trains
os. 1 and 2, leave Augusta Tuesdays,
'hursdays and Sal unlays, leave
isheville Mondays, Wednesdays and
Note: The above arrivals and dear!
urcs, as well as connections with
ther companies, are given as inforlation,
and are not guaranteed.
Gen. Pass. Agt.,
Geo. T. Bryan,
Greenville, S. C.,
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
Via Southern Railway.
Hound I rip summer excursion
ickets lo seashore and mountain rei>rI
points are now on sale via
loulhern Railway al greatly reducil
rales. Tickets 1 returning unit
October 31 si. 1008. Asheville.
Vavnesville, 1 lendersonville, in the
'Land of the Sky'': Lake Toxaway
nd I he "Beautiful Sapphire Counry,"
now in their glory.
Apply to Southern Railway agents
or rales, tickets, etc.
J. C. Lusk,
Division Passenger Agent.
. L. Meek, (Charleston, S. (\
^sst. (Jen 'I Passenger Agt.,
NEWBERRY UNION STATION.
Arrival and Departure of Passenger
Trains?Effective 12.01 A. M.
Sunday, June 7th, 1908.
To. 15 for Greenville . . . .8.57a.m.
?To. IS for Columbia .. . .1.-10 p.m.
*'o. II for Greenville .. ..3.20 p.m.
To. 10 for Columbia S.47 p.m.
C., N. & L. Ry.
No 85 for Laurens 5,1.9 a.m.
No. 22 for Columbia .. ..8.47 a.m.
'o. 52 for Greenville . . 12.50 p.m.
To. 53 for Columbia . . . .3.20 p.m.
No. 21 for Laurens .. ..7.25 p.m.
No. S I for Columbia .. . .8.30 p.m.
* Does not run on Sunday
This lime table shows the times at
hioh trains may be expected lo d*earl
from this station, but their deart
ure is not guaranteed and the
me shown is subject to change withut
O. L. Robinson.
BLUE RIDGE SCHEDULES.
No. 18, leaves Anderson at 0.30 a.
i., for connection at Bclton wirn
lout hern for Greenville.
No. 12, from Walhalla. leaves Anorson
at 10.15 a. m., for connection
I Helton with Soul hern Railway for
'olumbia and Greenville.
No. 20, leaves Anderson at 2.20
i. pi., for connections at Bclton with
Southern Railway for Greenville.
No. S, daily except Sunday, from
Valhalla arrives Anderson 0.21 p.
i., with connections al Seneca with
Southern Railway from points south
No. 10, from Walhalla, leav ; Anlerson
al 4.57 p. m., for com. i)">n?
I Bel ton with Southern Railway f?u
ireenville and Columbia.
No. 17, arrives at Anderson at 7.50
. m., from Bclton with connections
No. 9, arrives at Anderson at 12.2-1
>. m., from Belton with connections
roni Greenville and Columbia. Goes
No. 10, arrives at Anderson at 3.40
>. in., from Belton with connect ions
No. 11, arrives at Anderson at
.20 p. in., from Belton with conicctions
from Greenville and Colum
[& JLusad Jl
cities in the United State
great demand for Regal
capacity, which enables
The Regal models are e
into the store and exam
the faultless custom el
|shelves. All the popula
Men: $3.50, $4.00 anc
| bin. (Iocs to Wallialla.
j Xo. 7. daily except Sunday, loaves j
I Anderson at !).20 a. in., for Wallialla, j
with connections at Seneca Cor local'
points s.mtli. I
Nos. 17, 18, 19, and 20 are mixed ;
trains between Anderson and Belton. !
Nos. 7 and 8 are local freight i
; trains, carrying passengers, between i
Anderson and Wallialla and between |
Walhulla anc* Anderson
A Grand Family Medicine. i
"It gives me pleasure to speak aj
good word for Electric Bitters,";
writes Mr. Frank Conlan of No. 13(5 I
Houston Si., New York, "rt's a grand i
family medicine for dyspepsia and
liver complications; while for lame
back and weak kidneys it cannot be
to;? highly recommended.'' Electric
Bitters regulate the digestive func-1
tions, purify the blond, and impart
renewed vigor and vitality to the
weak and debilitated <>r both sexes.:
Sitld tinder guarantee at \Y. E. Pel- ;
ham & Son's drug store. ~>0e.
RE-REGISTRATION OF VOTERS.,
Notice is hereby given that the supervisors
of registration will be at
their ollic-es in the court house during
the months of July and August;
to re-enroll voters of this county in
accordance with provisions of an act
of the general assembly approved the
2">lh day of February, 1008. The office
will be open every day except Sunday
from 0 a. in. to 0 p. in. during these
two months. The law requires that all
voters shall be re-registered.
E. L. Haves, Chairman '
B. B. Leitzsey,
J. W. Worts,'
Supervisors of Registration. .
The County Board of Registration i
will be at the places mentioned below j
for the purpose of granting registration
certificates to tlm-e who have;
i not secured same, viz:
Tnwnship X<>. 2, at Ml. I'elhel!
school Sept. N|.
Town-hip !. at P'easani !
I scho<d Sciit. 2nd. [
| Township X?>. I, :11 \V3ii' liire Sept. i
Xo. at Jalapa Sept.
Township Xo. 0, at Prosperity S>:pt.
Township Xo. 1, at Newberry C. II.
1 Sept. 7th.
> Township Xo. fi, at Longshores
store Sept. 8th.
Township Xo. 7, at Chnppclls
; Sept. Oth.
Township Xo. 8, Ftopia Sept. 10th.
Township Xo. 10, at Jolly Street,
Township Xo. 11, at Pomaria Sept.
F. T.ee Hayes, Ch'nvn. .
J. W. Wertz.
B. B. Leitzsey.
~~~ ??in their c
>s, On account of th
Shoes, the manufa<
} them to establish a
qual to the highest p
ine them. Slip on a
legance in every p
r leathers and up-t
i $5.00. Ladies, $3
In all sty
| Ladies' $S
| Patent, Ki<
| Ties, etc.
I Men's $4.<
I SOME OF
To be conservative.
To pay four per cei
To calculate interes
To bond every emp
To be ]>rogressive a
To lend our money
To lreal our patron
To be liberal and j:
>;j T<> secure business
$ T() UK Till- \"ICR
g TO DO lU'SI:
|j Our institution is under
H examined by the vState Ba
| The Bank
| P? asp
I DR. OKO. Y. I-TUNTKR,
? J. F. UROWNK,
xt 1 4 years ago a company I
ressive business men got ^
and decided to go into the
siness. They realized the \
ed of a popular-price dress
he result of their efforts
Regal is recognized the
ver as the most stylish,
Tifortable and most dura- M
s yet produced at popular M
rHE SUMMER BROS. CO., J
vatchfu' c/f the interests of|B
trons, have secured the H
of the Regal Shoes. Thel
loes have been sold exclu'the
Regal Shoe Company
>wn stores in the largest
e universal popularity and H
cturers have doubled their
few agencies in the South. V
>riced custom shoes. Step I
pair and be convinced of I
air. Full line now in our
:o-date shapes. Prices for , ^
.00, $3.50 and $4.00. / I
OS. CO. I
les of Oxfords. I
> 50 and $3.00 at I
:1s, Pumps, Sailor i
30 at $2.98, 1
d Gun Metal. i j
. Mower CoOUR
it semi-annually. N
lovee. - ]
ml accommodating. ' i
l<> our customers. 0
s courU.-ousIy. 1 A
V liKST ll.\ x K FOR vor | 1
the supervision ot unci regularly ij nS
iik Kxaniiner. j|
of Prosperity, \
erity, S. C. J
I)R. J. S. WIIKHLER, I
1lt* V. President. bM
J. A. COUNTS, |1
Assistant Cashier. S *jil