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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Friday, October 30, 1<JU8.
Silver Street is located seven mile
"west of Newberry on the Columbii
*'"'1 Greenville division of tin; South
ern railway. For many years, and
in fa el, until recently, it was a flaj
station with only one small stor<
which was run mainly for the plan
tat ion of the owner.
Recently new life and energy aiu
faith in tlie place have heen put ir
action and now it is a centre of lrad<
:""1 ('"iiini<Tcial activity. The South
' in has erected a nice passenger am
treight depot and has a regulai
agency with a telegraph otliee.
i1 h a fine farming section tribu
fory to Sliver Street (here is m
reason why ii should not he a good
The young men who are in business
there are active and energetic and
have faith in (heir town and are
showing their failh hy I heir works.
Arrangements will he made io buy
cotton and this will bring trade.
The Herald and News in this issue
( resents a brief resume of the business
enterprises of the young town
and of the merchants. There is already
a good school. This is a community
in which should be estahlish?!'
<he high schools provided
hy the legislature.
A Lutheran congregation has been
"'-ani/ed and a handsome church
building will be erected soon.
I he 11 era h I and News extends ill?e-l
\vi>hcs i.. Silver Street and ?vi)|
take an interest jM its development
and growl h.
Concert of action and singleness o|
purpose will accomplish results.
GUESSING THE RESULT.
I lie election for president of iht
( lilted Stales, and in I his for Siali
"llieers. will l,e liel.l next Tuesday.
<M course, -n far as the Stale election
I> concerned i| is merely a for
mal matter as ihe selections wen
made in the primary. It is verv im
port ant. however, tliat a full Demo
craiic vote should be polled. The lie
publicans in congress use as an argu
liiciil lor culling down our represen
'ation the small vote which is usual!'
polled ill the general election. Be
sides thai j| js important that w
should give Mr. Bryan as large
popular vole as possible, and in niak
"P 1 he total lice vole ??f Soul!
Carolina will he counted. 11 is hop
?d. therefore, that every Denioera
will lake (lie time and the trouble f
-o 1,1 Ihe polls next Tuesday and cas
'I'he New York Herald has bee
priming estimates of ||,e result fn
president and about two weeks ag
The Herald and News presented a
estimate of the New York Herald, j
new estimate was printed on Ihe 2(>t
of I ''is month. In order that thos
who desire to make calculations an
guess at results may gratify thn
wo l,ril" last est i mat
made up hy the New Yor
Herald. The Herald we believ
claims lo be independent but 'this yea
has decided Republican leanings.
it will be seen that the Herald'
estimate gives Mr. Tal'l 280 vole
which are IIS more than are necesar.v.
It lakes 212 votes to elect
president. If New York should b
eat tied bv the Democrats then ur
der this estimate the Republican
would lack one of a majority.
The Herald gives the Democrali
party only lot! voles. The Democrat
claim Indiana, Kentucky, vand N<
braska as certain but those withot
New York would not give Democrali
victory. 11 seems that all of the ci
timales which are made place Ne
York in the position of holding tli
balance of power, and either party t
win must carry New York. The ha
tie is being waged in that Slate fit
Some people claim that Mr. Bp
nn will have a landslide, so t
speak, in the west. If |,e should, <
course, his election is assured eve
if lie loses New York. Rut we gi\
you the Herald's estimate and 1<
you figure out the result to suit vou
Majority of Electoral College, 242
v Reasonably Sure.
f Minnesota j|
' New Hampshire 4
New York ;j<) '
IHiode Island 4
_ South Dakota 4
I t a h ; 3
s Washington 5
1 West Virginia 7
' Total 280
Alabama j |
' Arkansas 1
" Louisiana <)
' North Carolina .
I Oklahoma 7' '
South Carolina ()
> Tennessee p>
1 T<;xa.s *!i8
Doubtful, Republican Leanings.
! Colorado 5
Indiana ^- 1
Montana 3 (
Total 2(5 '
Doubtful. Democratic Leanings.
Total 21 li
is unfortunate that the Synod
of the Associate Reformed Presbyter- ,
, ian church and the Synod of the lat|theran
church should have their conventions
during the same week, es- "
pecially as the places are so near to- '
gvther. A ureal many Ncwbcrrv
. people would like to attend the Synod
. at I i'o-penty and also the Synod at
P'ot'i o| these conventions, liow
ever, have the honor of holding their
sessions in handsome new churches.
- The Lutherans at Prosperity have
just completed a very handsome
- church edifice and the A. IL P. at
Newberry have also a very handsome
- new church building. The Herald
* and News on Tuesday will print cuts
- ol these two buildings together with
1 cuts of the pastors who are serving
' TWELVE PAGES.
t I he Herald and News today prints
() twelve pages. Rvery page contains
, live, up-to-date reading matter both
of general and local interest. In ad^
dition io the special article i.u rcfer(,uce
lo Silver Street and community
() I here will be found many interest ing '
u items oi local news and also about 1
^ -10 columns o| advertising from merchants
of Newberry and Silver
(j Street. The reader is interested in
^ what the merchants have to say and
^ the merchants are all vieing with
^ each other as to which one can sell
k the best and the most goods for the
(i least money, and their merchandise
is described and set forth in these
columns so that after the reader has
scanned them he will be in position
* 1? find just what he wants without
s much loss of time.
Mr. West is selling furniture and
everything pertaining to furniture at
!_ g'eatly reduced prices, and Shelley &
" Summer and ,J. L. Howies Co. say
Mi ere are 110 stores anywhere in the
country that carry as large and coms
plcte lines and sell as cheap as they
' do. Summer Pros., Rwart-Perry
^ ( ompany, Fellers and Morgan, and
|(, I he Pee Hive and the others are all
ready to supply fall and winter goods
w :">d everything in their line.
I0 I" L>'"t it will pay every subscriber
o and reader of The Herald and News
to start with column one on page one
is and read straight through to column
seventy-two on page twelve,
0 Baptist Auxiliary.
>f The W. M. L'. Auxiliary to Bap n
list State convention will meet in
e Charleston November 10-12.
i?t The Baptist women of the State
r- will meet in their annual W. M. U.
convention November 10-12, in Char.
leston. Every W. M. S., V. M. A.,
Sunbeam Band, and Order of Royal
Ambassadors is entitled to one dele10
gate. An interesting program has
7 been prepared. Rnthusiastie prepara3
tions are being made for the enter.'I
tainment of the convention, and the
!7 i>rospects are for a successful meet-1
:? in sr.
0 , All delegates miis| not i (Y Mrs.
(I | Thomas S. Wilbur. No. Montague I
fi I street, ( harleston, by November 1st,!
[4 in order to be assigned a home. '
JNO. F. LONE.
I have a nice up-to-date
line of Shoes, Hats,
Dress Goods, Notions,
Underwear, and everything
that goes to make
a complete stock of
SEE ME BEFORE BUYING.
JNO. P. LONG,
SILVER STREET, S. C.
EARHARDT & BAXTER,
Lessees and Managers.
Tuesday, Nov. 3
Granville W. Sturgis presents his
\ Comedy Drama in Four Acts.
Complete Scenic Production.
f\ Story of Simple Heart Interest,
in which Comedy and Pathos
are intermingled. In a
word a laugh and a tear
Prices: $1.00, 75, 50, & 25c.
vSeats on Sale Saturday.
i f hi ? iitiiii inn n i 11 i iibiii iiwinnnw jumiiii
THE NEWS OF POMARIA.
Tent Meeting Closes?New Telephone
Line Completed?Woodmen Unveil
Potnaria, Oct. I'D.?The Poniatia
Telephone company has the new line
from here to Prosperity about completed.
The central will be put in
soon ami is to be over .las. I,. (Iraham's
Store. TJie Jines are under the
supervision of Mr. L. (i. Waite, who
is an experienced nam! at the business.
We are id ad to be eemnecled
with a part of the outside world.
'flic Woodman of the World went
to St. John's cemetery and in order
unveiled a nice large monument at
the grave ot Mr. J. W. I\ Summer
who died in April of this year. The
exercises were carried out very beautifully
and it was a very touching
scene to see the bereaved brethren assemble
at the grave of their only dead
brother. The tomb was carved by
Mr. Counts at Prosperity and wa>
erected by the W. O. W.'s. Tt h
about five feet high and a very pretty
rock. The order is progressing
nicely and will initiate about sixteen
new and successful members now
shortly. Little Mountain has a very
strong camp, too, which took an active
pari in the unveiling of the
Reverends Anderson and Taylor,
the evengelists have moved their cloth
church away after holding a ten days'
meeting here on Mr. Jas. F. Miller's
lot. Their services were well alluded
by the town and surroundinc
country and they did some very earnest
preaching. We are sorry Ihe.v
could not stay longer. They carry
with them the good wishes of all our
town and country.
I he Potnaria High school is niovins
along nicely under the management
of Mr. John .1. Kibler.
A large number of our people
young and old, are taking in the
State Fair in Columbia this week
and a crowd went to Newberry on
Tuesday to the big circus.
Miss Ethel Halfacre, of Ilalfacro
Mill, spent Sunday with her sister
Mrs. George W. Set/ler, of thitown,
returning home Sunday evening.
Miss Lena Glenn, 'of Newberry
visited relatives and friends in ami
around Potnaria this week.
Mis-; Beat ric Hedenhamrh, of Kibler
s. spent last week in Pomaria am'
took in the lent nieetinir.
Mi-;s p. |?,. Lake. who ha< niadi
| her home with Mr. .las. L Graham
I has gone to Newberry to stay witl
Mr. J. L. Crooks for the winter sen
v!!? 1 Summei
Our Store h
We have bought I
we are selling ther
our goods in accoi
of cotton. This <
ceptional good qu
ing and Overcoat
in this store. : :
If you haven't bought yi
wear, it will pay you to
others may offer. We i
head and will sell you g<
quantities from the best 1
| paying spot cash, which <
. est prices, thereby savin
A Visit to Our Stor
======= We D
son. ( A START!
Mr. and Mrs. .fas. 1'. Shealy, of
Xewberry. were in our town Sunday New York M(
evening and night. Dyspepsia
M i>s Kuuua ICtheridge is on a con- The post n
| tinned visit to Mr. Jesse W. Sheely's big New Voi
family, at this place. some cases o
Miss Lalhage Wheeler, of near to unchecked
Prosperity, visited the Misses Aull when the vie
at I'omaria, returning home Monday, tuberculosis.
Miss Tiicklev, of Jalapa, eame to Dyspepsia
' Pomaria Saturday. She will teach |)rni*n (j10 w<
' at the Fork school tins season. a(.|, js unafo|p
Miss Nellie J. Knight, of Honea (]nps not roco;
l>ath, is expected here to visit Mrs. ,ncnjt constip
I .las. I*. Set/.ler on Saturday and Sun- victim hecom
I ^a.v- J- gard. As a i
I ? ;1 fertile fioK
I j For Alderman Ward 4. . . to lodge
John A. Senn is hereby announced i Therefore,
! for reelection as a candidate for aid-; d"vpepsia to
. erman of ward I and will abide the ! guilty <>| eonl
i rules and regulations of the Demo- j \elopuienl of
eratic party. jousand fatal
r Brps.Co.i-H j
5 the Home of !
and RAIN COATS
leavily in this line and |
ntoo. We have priced I
"dance with the price |<
coupled with the ex- |l
ality of our fine Cloth- If
s makes buying easy ||
j r\ tr o oTRouse E^it
1 U C O A ono6- ^^
our Suit, Shoes, Hat or Undercome
here regardless of what
are determined to stay at the
pods for less. We buy in large j
manufactories in the country,
3nables us to get the very lowg
our customers the discount. .
e is all We Ask of You.
0 the Rest. ==
LilNG STATEMENT. kind.
7".. ... ri1 . Dyspepsia is em-able if properly
idical Authorities Claim ...... , ..
r* r\ ? Ilea I eel. wilder <Sr \Y ec k s sell <i reined v
Causes Consumption. , . , . . . . Im (l>
which they positively guarantee will
lortem statistics of Il>o ii.m or dvsprpsia or lliev i
-k hospital* show thai will pay for all Miemediciae i.scd dill'-- J
1 ?>..??.option arc due This mno(|y 1
dyspepsia, ospccial y ,?t(.lv n0K d ,
l,m was predisposed to ^ Itexall Dyspepsia Tah- ?
lefs. Certainly no offer could be more
wears out the body and fair, and the offer of Gilder & MS
>akened, irritable stom- Weeks is proof positive tliat Rexall jHjf
to digest food, the body Dyspepsia Tablets are a dependable IKgfl
ve the required nourish- and infallible remedv. Inasmuch as JR9
ation ensues and the I ho medicine will cost, vou nothing if
ps thin, weak and hag- it does not benefit vou we ur?o you
esult, the body becomes who an* suffering with iadm-shon or ^
I for the irerms of dis- dyspepsia I., try this remedy. A 1
and flourish. twenty-five ceni box of-Kexall Dvs- '
lit.- person who permits pep-da Tablets contains enough mediprogrcss
unhindered is 1 cine for fifteen day*' treatment. Uerihutinir
toward the de- j member I * < x?11 Dyspepsia Tablets
one of the most insidi- are only sold in Newberry bv Gilder
diseases known to man- & Weeks.