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H.. H. AULL, EDiTOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
vrry, S. C.. as 2nd class matter
Tuesday. April 6. 1909.
EXAMINE YOUR LABEL.
Heretofore The Hf-ra'a nd Nenw
has been carrying <-bvipti- 10
fifteen days. We Iag cided tu re
duce that to ten day-. We do int Le
sire to take the name :f a hr
er from our list without ;;vig ncotitN
and time to renew. and we :* 1Cen
eluded that ten days wI!l be bette:
than fifteen. Therefore, all subcrip
tions which expire on 1he first of this
month if not renewed by the.10th will
be taken from our inailing list. No
tiee, have been mnlailed in addition to
this notice to -ae. one and we
hope that you will not put is to th
trouble of taking your name off but
that von will renew before the 10th of
April. The label on your paper be
side your name indicates the date to
which you have paid. Please give
this your attention at once.
THE PRESS ASSOCIATION.
President F. H. Aull, of the Press
association, attended a conference in
Greenville on Saturday evening with
the local newspaper men and the rep
resentatives of the board of trade to
agree upon the time for holding the
annual convention of the Press asso
It was decided to have the associa
tion meet on Tuesday, July 6th, and
continue in session through Wednes
day and Thrsday.
The Greenville people are very
much interested in making this one
among the best conventions pf the
association in its history, and the de
tails of the varidus enterta5nments
will b; given later.
Greenville has just completed one
of the handsomest modern hotels in
the State, "Otteray,'' and arra.nge
mrents will be made to have the as&so
eiation meet in the. auditorium of this
hotel and have the members at the
same place. The hotel is not yet op-.
en, but it is expected to have it open
by the middle of May.
President Aull expects to arrange
at the close of the convention for a
short trip of two or three days, some
thing similar to the trip which was
taken by the association last year.
These arrangements have not been
completed but ample announcements
will be made as to the details of the
PUTJJNG THE RECORD.
(Extract from (Editorial from
editorial in New- Observer of April
berry Observer of 2, 1909.)
July 31, 1908.) "Might Not be
"He (Governor Fuy.
Ansel) appointed " Senator Till
a negro notary man had better
public. So did hurry back to
Jno. Peter Rich- WXashington to
ardson and W. H. take a hand in the
Ellerbe and B. R. squabble over the
Tillman and D. C. Florence postmas
Heyward. He ap- tership. Heismis
pointed him be- sing a good deal
cause he was rec- of the fun.-An
ommiended to him derson Mail.
by white men of -"It might not
standing and char be very funny for
acter, including the senator. It
two members of seems to us that
the legislature we 'have heard
from the cou.nty that the senator
in which the ap- when he was gov
pointee lives. A ernor, appointed
notary public ex- this same Flor
ercises no author- ence postmaster a
ity whatever; he notary public.
only administers Some republican
oaths when re- senator might
quested to do so; pull the record
it issimply amat on him.''
ter of conven
ience to his neigh
W\e un:derstand from the Sumter
Item that; the Civie league of that
city has established an ciflee anid Las
working together in some of the mat
er>, esp)ecially the distributiin of
necess,;ties to the indigent poor.
On:ie, of the purpoes of establi
:k() Which tIose w1 de1 ire i o t ri
hute articles for the poor may do so.
We judge from this statement in
the Item that the work is not confin
ed to the city of Sumter but includ
es the entire county. It seems also
that the physicians of the county co
operate with these two organizations
and assist and encourage them in
their work, and that the city council,
the board of health, and the health
iimers are very much interested in
the work of the Civie league L-nd its
We simply refer to this so that
these organizations in Newberry may
have opportunity to take uip the sug
gestion for concert o., action, lspee
ialli in some of their undertakinzs.
Fhe work of the (ivie association
and the Anti-Tuberculosis league and
the hoard of health and t e health
officer have a great many things in
common and there should be the
heartiest cooperation and combination
M:. Hugh Wilson on the first of
April celebrated his fiftieth anniver
sary in connection with his editorship
of the Abbeville Press and B.,nner,
and it is probably the longest con
tinuous service of any one man on
any one newspaper in the State, un
less it be Col. T. B. Crews, of the
Col. Crews and Mr. Wilson both
worked in Abbeville in the fifties and
for a short time Mr. Wilson worked
in on:e of the newspaper offices in
We hope these veterans will attend
the annual meeting of the South Car
olina Press association and that they
will continue their personal recollec
tions of journalism in this State.
We hope that Mr. Wilson will live
to <elebrate many more anniversaries
on the Press and Banner.
Persons writing communications,'
including resolutions of respect and
news items, for The Herald and News
will please accompany the same with
their names. If they do not care toI
have their names used they will be
withheld from publication but we!
cmust insist upon ihaving the authors
of such items before they can beI
We are glad to have our friends
send us news iteis but we cannot
print them unless same are accom
panied by the nomes of the writers.
T.he Herald and News has appar
ently been an the blacklist of' the
Columbia State for some months, but
when the Columbia State wanted a
linotype operator there was r.o hesi
tation in phoning to our office and
employing a young man who had been
with us for several years. Of course
we are glad the young man is getting~
better pay than we could give him
and we made no effort to persuade
him to remain.
The Herald and News has furnish
ed several good men to Columbia
print-shops and they are all doing
well. We dope this one will be no~
exception and commend the State's
good judgment in coming to The
Herald and News for efficeient print
O'NEALL STREET CHURCH.
Honor Roll of Sunday School rirst
Quarter-Those Who Have Not
The following i.s the 'hnor Roll of
the Sunday school at 0O'Neall Metho
dist church. This honor roll is com
prised of all the members of the
school who havo not missed being
present at any one serice of the
Sunrd. y schl uring th.e first quar
fer, be'nning January J. 3903
is the essential el
Any - puta ble m
-ve you a satis
in ris garrments.
tien of wear
then why no use
the clothes that gi
of being in absolut
with good taste
now so manifest ir
more than a thi
We Are E
Comelet us s
We love to shoo
once you see the
$2.00 to !
more conservative Da
Shirts, Neckwear and
1 every combinatioin ths
ceived from Highlan<
Drusillas Quaker Gre
S POLICIES IN ONE
FIRE, WIND and LIGHTNING
From the visitation of these uncertain
elements, we protect your stock by pay
ing you, in case of death, or a broken
imb, caused by an y one or all three of
the above disasters.
Write to us direct for application
:lanks, or any information you may de
sire .Deal direct and save agent's com
Our rate is upon the basis of $1.25 for
n Insurance of $100.00, for a period of
This gives you protection by the only
bonded Live Stock Co. in the State.
FarersLive Stock Insurance Co
Rock Hill, S. C.
Wesson, Marie Bedenbaugh.
Class No. 6.
Georgie Suber, Elsie Gilliam, Liz
zie Koon, Eva Thrift.
Class No. 7.
Pearee Attaway, Cokie Hayea,
Floyd Bouknight. Willie Thornton,
Class No. 8.
Mrs. C. A.,' Boukight. F ar Koon,
Class No. 9.
lement in modern lif
aker of gcod clothes ca
f.-- ctory amount of we
'Tis not only the que
ut 'tis the q'upition
that is pararnount;
ycur gccd judgment and select
Ve you St yiP, Service, Char
y and that pleasurable tingle
e fashion-in perfect accord
-with the p ogressive spirit
i men's wearables.
S BROS. & CO. o
LTED MASTER TAIL(
rd of a century. They
S of the Tailoring Cra
-the copyist is never a
VIusive 'Agents fi
THEY COST NO MOB
these clothes; we lov
se new style creations
UITS 1 TAKE YOUR,
$8.00 ,THEY ARE HER
-for the Sporty
Chap or his
ddy The New C
t might be con
I Mary's kilts to
DON'T PURCHASE THAT SUIT
UNTIL YOU HAVE LOOKED
OVER OUR STOCK.
We handle the productions of
one of the most Famous of
good clothes making concerns,
HACKETT & CARHARTT CD.,
the merits of whos'e products
you will do well to investigate
before purchasing elsewhere.
Hackett & Carhartt Co.'s
$18.50 to $30
FURNISHINGS, HATS, ETC.
All of the same Qua1ity here
American Rose and Plant Co., of
Sprigfild, Ohio, on Friday conduct
cd a sal of ferns and rose cuttings
for TMr. Jon3. Mayes at the Mayes'
Copyrighted ItC03 by
5C-LOSS BROS. &'C
Fine CIolbes Makers
1alimore and New Yor
f Baltimore and A
)RS have beer the lea
ft. Why select the wo
s good as the origina
gr .these Celebra
E THAN ORDINARY.
tion to buy-ourpk
e to prate on them-ar
-and see the new Sprit
rronrv-u I 10.00
Cole's Universal (
E ORE of this style of Dist ibu
bined. We call special atte
periority found in the Cole I
HOPPER are strongly made an<
made of seasoned timber, two
and held firmly by two flange
KNIVES have our peculiar patt
results. The OFF-CUT is of in
by a lever in easy reach of- the oj
of Hopper and protected by the]
tive, accurate and easy to set.
example of accurate and intellig<
than the supply, and Mr. Mayes has
put in an order for 250 more of threse
beautiful ferns which will arrive i12
the next few days. Notice will be
even in The Hlerald and News ex
a'tly wheniQU these ferns w2!! be on
BUSINES S ANNOUNCEMENTS.
I1.1ake '' ~ - L of anutu
1: t I have Soid my eigar, tobacco,
eid drn, :.agazinec and pool room
buins to Messrs. C. G. Blease &
Co. who will conduet the same at the
pl.a Oe.u:d i,v me. My sincere
ders of Style for
E-they are the
rk of the copyist
asue to show
id you will when
ig 1909 Models.
.or are sold than all others corn
:ntion to the many points of su-.
~istribu tor. The WHEEL and
i well braced. The WHEEL is
ply cross grained, cement nailed
s and three bolts. The FEED
ern and arrangement for the best
tproved design and is controlled
erator. This LEVER is iriear
1andles. The GAUGE is posi
lhe whole machine is a splendid
thanks are tendered the public for
th-eir generous patronage. I cordial
ly comm end my successors to my
friends, and hope they will continue
to them the favors hertofo-re shown
nm-. A. H. Monteith.
Having purchased the business of
Mr. A. H. Monteith, we desire to an
inuunce that we will continue the same,
and hope to "be remembered by Mr.
Monteith 's cus tomers, and wish to add
man ew ones. It shall be oar aim
to condact a high to ned, first-class bus
ne,withI the purpose to please our
patons. C. . Plaen & Co.