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let 'em go, the
there were hui
on. We said
Men's $8.5o Suits . ..... .... . ... .$6.98
Men's $1o.oo Suits .........-.. -.. -...$8.48:
Men's $12.50 Suits. . .-............. $10.48.
One special lot $i5.oo and $i6-5o Suits.. ... $12.48.
Men's $20.o Suits . . . . ... . . . . . . . . $17.98.
Men's $25.00 Suits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $21.00.
Men's $28.5o and $3o.oo Suits . . . . . . . . . . $23.98.
Men's $i8.5o Overcoats . . . . . . . . . . . . $14.98.
Men's $16.50 Overcoats . . . . . . . . . . .-$12.98.
Men's $9.00 Rain Coats . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7.19.
Men's and Youths' $6.50 Overcoats. . . .- . . $3.98.
]en's and Youths' $8 5o Overcoats . . . . . . . $698.
Men's and Youths' $o.oo Overcoals . . . . . . . $7.98.
SALE CONTINUES UNTII
HE. OHAPPBLL'S LOSS. taken out the ad
without notice tc
Mr. Jos. L Keitt Says Directors Agent.
-Have Only Followed the INow I will ask
Law, man can with ear
Direct.ors had any
EdiXor Herald and News: course. Mr. Cha
My attention has been called to tdered his policy
Ithe following editorial language in 'the Directors wer<
your issue of the 12th inst.: jthe fact.
"Those members of the Farmers Now, Mr. Edit<
SMutual who have spoken in refer- technicality. I c
enee to Mr. Chappell's loss take the The plain terms o
right position. If this is a mutual violated by Mr. C
association it should not avoid the Directors had ad(
payment of a loss, sudh as this, by a it would neverthel4
technicality. In fact we do not be- lation of the law.
lieve the Courts would sustain such Any member <
a position if the matter were earried could properly ha
Sinto Court.'' I have read the article [the assessment, a
of Messrs. Henderson in The Herald to enforce an aSS<
and News and that of Messrs. J. C. Ition would be wo
Neal and W. E. Wallaree in the Ob- the assurance tha
server. They are members of the tual is now the b
Farmers Mutual. I do not under- It is aecomplishin
.stand that they criticise the action people of the eou
of the Directors, but recognize tihe efficient and must
legality of the action taken, and ex- wise management
press a desire to relieve Mr. Chap- the law.
peil by a voluntary assessment. No
exception can be taken to their ex- Pomaria, S. C.,
pressions of sympathy for Mr. Chap- November 13th,
.pell, but I assume that the Secretary
and Treasurer of the Association will THE NEWS 4
not permit sympathy to confirol the-.
business management of the Asso.- Intendaat Pinner
ciation, which to-day tands at the ments.-Big S
head of mutual insurance associations to Have
in the country, because of good bus--.
iness management. IPomaria, Nov.
Your language, Mr. Editor, is .a see our little tow
distinet charge that the Directors Pinner has lighted
acted unjustly in declining to pay the lamps and made so
loss of Mr. Chappell. As one of the along with various
Directors present when the claim of ments. There is o
Mr. Chappell was considered I will to be done, and
say :that I did got observe any ani- larger public hitc]
muns exeept that of sympathy. The sorry to say that x
report stated that Mr. Ohappell ha.d and mules have to
taken out additional insurance to an ons or houses or ar
amount exceeding his insurance in found, and are of
the Farmers Mutual. The President 1the lot now used is
and Agent each declared that no no- can't possibly ace,
btiee of additional insurance had been come here to sell
~given to them. The following is an rC'ot ton and cott<
exact copy of a paragraph printed oul ing a fancy price
the face of the policy: greater part of be
"7. That if the insured shall take ned and sold and t
out additional insurance on any of1 spent.
the within described property, or Messrs. Au:1 &
goods within such buildings without cheap sale of thei
the consent of both the President and goods under the m
Agent o'f this Association, this poli- Solenburg, which
ey shall be null and void.'' crowds of custome
Mr. rhappen admhted that he had: whieh has been giv
]OWS ARE LEA
iglish, that great, jolly, buying crowd thai
ve seen crowds, but whew: 'The avalan
big store simply took us by storm. The -
community and promptly at "door openi
a, if ever, been seen here before.
8:30 A. M., as advertised, the balloon man was ii
air was filled with balloons, each one bearing a tai
idreds of upstretched and eager hands awaiting th
Is Up. There is a great determination in- every (
In the beginning we were going to put them out, a
Boys' $4 oo Juvevile Overcoats (2 to 9 years) . $3--39
Boys' $8.oo Suits . ...............$648.
Boys' $6.50 Suits . . . . . . . ... $4.98.
Boys' $5.00 Suits........ .... .. $3.98.
Boys' $4.00 Suits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3.29.
Boys' $3.25 Suits . -. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2.69.
Boys' $2.25 Suits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $.59.
One lot Youths' Suits made by the Cleveland' Woolen
Mills, ages 15 to 20 years, worth $7.5o; special at. . $s.98.
,OOK FOR THE PIE
BEWARE OF SIGNS OF
ditional insurance at Pomaria a hustling trade. The a
t'he President or* sale began Wednesday and will con
tinue ten days. ]
if any fair-minded The cehange of the s.chedule on the
dor claim that the Southern Railway, the train which !
option as to their Iformerly passed here at 2:15 p .m.
ppell 's action ren-- now pa.sses -Pomaria about 11 a. m. 1
null and void, and The young peopile around here have a
obliged to declare been enjoying themselves the last !
week in the way of "Musicals,'' "At I
>r, you eall this a Homes,'' etc. t
11 it the the law. Miss Constance Long, of Green
the contract were ville, on her way to her school at !
happell, and if the Cool Spring in Edgefreld county,c
pted your opinion stopped over in Pomaria for a few t
~ss have been a vio-. days' visit with relatives, and left 1
~f the Association Miss Allie Martin, who has been
ye declined to pay visiting at ther sister's, Mrs. V. L.
nd without power Smith, left for her home at Fountain a
yssment the asocia- Inn on Sunday..
ethless. We have Mr. and Mr. Hugh Wilson, of the' t
the Farmers Mu- Lebanon community, spent Saturday I
est in the country. night and Sunday with Mr. Wilson's k
g much good to brother, Mr. .Geo. J. Wilson. n
city. It Was made Mr. Hamilton Folk, of New York, ']
be maintained by is here on a visit to his parents, Mr. a
and obedienee to and Mrs. M. Blayne Folk, near Po- l;
Jos. L. Keitt. Mrs. John D. Sheely went to New- n
berry on Sunday to visit her son, Mr. t4
1909 James P. Sheely, and returned Mon
)F POMARIA. Mr. John C. Aull made a flying trip "
to columbia last week on business. P
Making Improve- Mrs. John C. Aull and Mrs. B. B. 3'
ale.-Woodmen Richardson returned from Leesville a
Supper, where they went as delegates to the eJ
Women's Missionary Society on last 1U
15.-You should Wednesday and report a splendid
n since Intendant meeting.
it up with street Mr. Geo. B. Aull returned from tI
oe impove-lk Lexington, where he went to the
i te rv-Synod. t
21y one more thing Owing to the absence of Rev. Jno. m
that is to~ get a J. Long, who was at Lerington at- 5
ning lot,~ We are tending the Synod, there was no
aany of the horses preaching at Bethlehem Sunday.
be hitched to wag- Mr. E. B. Feagle spent Sunday
y covnent place with his father in the Hartford com
ten in the way, as munity.
so very small, and Master Claude Harris left for Bow
>mnmodate all that man, Ga., where he will be with his
and buy goods. brother, Mr. H. A. Harris, who is D
>n seed are bring- agent there for the A. C. L.
here now, but the TDhe Woodmen of the World will
th have been gin- give a supper to the Woodmen and
.ie money has been their wives in their hail on Tuesday,
the 23rd, at 8 p. in., and will serve
tipp are hai ing a oysters, fish, turkey and salads. The
-large stock of Comp is still growing and is a strong
anagement of Mr. orga.iization with good proteetions. ct
has brought large ta
- o our town News of Wheeland. fit
ing the mercants Mr. . C. Cannon, of New.hbery at
t swept in upon us Saturday literally toc
:he of humanity that packed every aba
vhizzing, whirring arrows penetrated ev
ig time" Saturday morning there began s
i readiness on top of the building and as the wi
r for a valuable present; and as they slowly desi
lepartment of our store and our river of bargaij
nd that we are doing, shoving the goods out to I
FOR EVERY FOOT
Men's good $1.50 Brogans ........... $1.2.
Men' $2.25 Heavy Shoes .i.l......$1.89.
Men's $3-oo Shoes............ ...$2.48.
Ladies' $r 65 Fine Shoes . . . . . . . ..1.39.
Ladies' $2.25 Fine Shoes . . . . . . ...... $r.89.
Ladies' $3.oo Fine Shoes.... . . . . . . . .$2.48.
Ladies' $3.5o Patrican Shoes . . . . . . . . .. $2.98.
Children's $x.I5 Kangaroo Shoes . . . . . . . . . 98c.
Children's $r.35 Fine Shoes . . . . . . . . $r.9.
Infants' 63c. Shoes . . . . . . . . . . . . .....47c.
Boys' $x.25 Shoes . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . 98c.
Boys' $2 25 Shoes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $189.
Boys' $3.oo Shoes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2.48.
Special lot of Men's heavy Shoes, worth $3.50 and
$4.oo. . .. . ... ..... . . . . .. .$2.59.
isited the home folks this week. Etelephone system.]
Mr. Maxie Boland and friend, Mr. Imatiorn write
uher Aull, of near *Pomaria, visit
d. hi's aunt Mrs. G. F. .Shealy, last Little
~unday. . 10-4-09-8t.
Mr. and Mrs. Fate Dominiek and '
ttle son, Cecil, of near Prosperity, REGISTRATI(
isited Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Wise last JNotice is hereby
~aturday and Sunday. Also Mr. and books of registratia
frs. Ernest Bowers and little daugh- Newberry, S. C., wi
r, Lorie. 1909, and the wnde
Communion services were held at visor of Registrati<
t. Peter's ehureh, last Sunday. The 1towrn will keep said
ongregation wa large in spite of day from 9 a. in. u
Lie threatening weather. Rev. J. C. day excepted) inclt
Vessinger a'ssisted Pastor Sox. of December, 1909.
IAND AND M3aL EGE~ SALE. . Supervisor
We will sell to the highest bidder
t pu.blic sale . at Newberry Court NOTICE OF PRTh
ouse on Salesday in December that Notice is herebyl
caet or parcel of land of t.he C. D- ocratic Primary Ele
~ushardt estate, known as :the "Ba' on Tuesday, Novedn
en Place," in No. 2 township, si th Town of Newb<
iles from Newberry, containing Mayor an dAlderm<'
wo hundred and thirty-three (23) one year, and Trust
eres, more or less, and bounded by Schools for Ward
Ids of H. H. Polk, A. C. Thomas- serve for two year
>n and M. A. Carlisle. The land is Election to be accoi
early all in timber and is well wa- and regulations of
ered; twenty acres fine bottom land. Party of the Town
Terms of' Sale: One-third cash, C.; the polls tob
1e balance in one and two years o'clock a. mn., a'di
ith interest from dayr of sale at 8 o'clockip. mn.
er cent., the credit portion to be There- will be a
rued by bond of the purchaser andprintneahW
mortgage of the premises. Purchas- ardnc i-ncil
Sto pay for papers and for record- Ward 2--New Co
tg same. Ward 3-Vacant
& News building on
Also, at the same time and place, Ward 4-J W. 'I
te Bashardt Mill, nine miles from Caldwell St.
ewberry, with :two gins, Boss press, Ward 5-At corne
ro corn rocks, one wheat mill, saw Wright Streets.
ill, with 35 'horse power engine and The following hay
I horse power boiler-all belted and as Managers of saii
~ared and in running shape. Ward 1-M. M. S
Terms as above stated for the land. Lindsay, and S. S.
C. D. Bashiardt, Ward 2-A. C.
J. B. Bushardt- Wilson and B. B. I
Nov. 15, 1909. Ward 3-Alex. Si
11-16-094t. itaw- Jones nd Duane Da
Ward 4-Jas. L.J
N'T buy or sell a plantation with- vidson and C. M. E
out seeing The Newberry Land & Ward '5-W. D.
Secrity Co. Werts and A. Story.
0. B. Mayer, President. The attention of
11-2-094t. itaw. jcal..d to the follow
_______- Rule 3: "The cani
FARM FOR SALE OR RENT. the majority of all v
Newberry County, 50 acres, 40 in said offices of Mayo
itivation, two miles of Little Moun- Trustees of the Gra
in, S. C. Good buildings, water and spectively, at said
.e orchard. Clay soil; high school declared t'he nomine
d church tw miles Connected with cratic party of said
UDES TO BUY
>k our breath
ilable foot of
nry nook and
uch a buying
Drd was called
cended to earth
is flow steadily
and BOYS FURNISHINGS
Guyot Suspenders . . - - - - - - - - - -
Brighton Silk Garters . .19c.
Sweet Orr Overalls............ ...
Hawes & Bonar $3.00 Hats. .. . ..... 69.
John B. Stetson $3.o Rats .. $2.
Florsheim $5-oo and $6.oo Shoes . . . . . . ..$.g.
Boys':$r.oo Pints Plain or Knickerbocker.... I. 79.
$1oo Coat Sweaters . . . . - . . . . ....2.
12. OUting, yard - - - - --.0.... .8Xc.
Simpson's Best Prints, 1o yards for ........ 49C
$i.oo Underwear...- .... 78c
$1.30 and $i.75 Wright's Health Underwear . . . $r.19.
$r.5o Faultless Shirts. $1.19
BE CERTAIN YOU'RE AT
0. THE BIGOT PLACE
!or further infor-| that on or 'before 12 o.'clok noon on
Friday, November 19th, each of suehi
J. E. Monts, , candidates shall have left a written
Mountain, S. C. statement with the chairman of the
executive committee that he is a can
didate, and that he will abide the re
N NOIE sult of -such election No vote shall
given that the Ibe counted for any candidate who
ai for the -town ofJ has not so pledged himself."
1llbe open Oc. 2,' The attentlio fvotersisspca
rsige as Super- I 1 caled t th e fallowing section o$
)n for the said E ule 2: "An Democrats, who dial
'books open every Ihave duly registered for mae mnnici
itil 5 p. m. (Snu-IPal election of 1909, and prior to
iding 'bhe 1st day November 19, 1909, shall be allowed
to vote. ***The secretary of the eu.
L. Buzhardt, ecutive comnittee shall On the 219th
of Registration. day of November, 1909, secure a cse
-ified copy of thes registered voters
ARY ZLBWTION bywards from the supervisor of reg.
riYen that a Demn- Iitatio, and shall furnish a copy'for
'. .1bhedeach ward tothe .managers of the
23io will9b hel M on WM shRMR e
Se C3d 190, keeping a copy i his posueeiors fer
n-ry, S. C., fr th us o the esctv commnittee."
mn to serve for -.-If no candidate either for the of.
ees of the Graded flee for Mayor or for Alderman or
l~ and Ward 5 to for Trustee of the Graded Schools in
s. Said Prmr a Ward shall 'have received a ma
-dn oth ue jority of votes' at such election, a
the Democratie second election for the nomination of
of iekberry, S. Mayor or for Aldermen or for Trus
e opfjied at 8 tee of the Graded Sehools, as the casa
ob~e closed at 4
may be, shall be held on Friday, No
seprat voingvembiJer 26th, under these rules; at
sepaatevotig wichsecond election, only the two
Ch as folows: -1 candidates who received the -higliest
Chamber.e at the former election for the
storHo in.Herald respective offBees, shall be voted for;
Friend Street. and provided further, in the event
Obt' tr n-there should be a tie at the second
~ht Ssoe primary for Mayor and Aldermen
r of Drayton and and Trustees of the Graded Sdhools,
then a third primary shall be held
e been appointed on Tuesday, November 30th, 1909.
I election: The candidates are assessed as fol
atterwhite, F. M. lows:
Cunningham. Mayor, $10.00.
Welch, Roscoe Alderman, $3.00.
[fier. Trulstee of Graded School, $3.00.
ngleton,r Warren No pledge will be accepted from
by, any candidate unless the proper as
Lull, Jas. R. Da.. sessment is paid at the time of filing
onknight. his pledge.
Berry, J. W. Managers will call for boxes, tick
ets and instructions at the office of
all candidates is the Seeretary on Law Range on the
ing section of afternoon preeeeding each election
[idates receiving between 3 p. m. and 6 p. m.
otes cast for the -By order of the Executive Corn
e, Aldermen and jmittee.
ded Schools, ye- (Signed) O. B. Mayer,
lection shall be Ohairman.
as of the Demo- I(Signed) Harry W. Dominick,
town; provide.l Secretary.