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E. H. AULL,, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
ferry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Friday, October 21, 1910.
Read the proposed amendments to
the State constitution and vote as you
Are the farmers using the split log
drag? If not why is it? No use to
build roads unless you are going to
keep them up.
If the women of Newberry would
organize all their clubs into one big
club for the improvement of the city
there would soon be something doing.
Cotton has been selling at a fair
price all fall and the farmer who has
raised his own "hog and hominy" is
making money this year. The farmer
who doesn't raise his own supplies
would not make money if cotton was
twenty-five cents the pound.
A lady who was out drivng towards
Prosperity the other day asked us if
we could tell her where the mile of
government road was and when told
she said she thought that was it but
there were so many holes in it she
was not certain. Stand up, Mr. J. C.
Neel, and take notice.
We are delighted to see that the
Observer and its Prosperity corre
SpOndent are taking up the sugges
tion made some time ago by The Her
ald and News that Newberry should
get busy and organize a county fair.
NeWberry was one of the pioneer
counties in this work, but it has been
many years since a fair was held here.
Let everybody get together and pull
together and next year we can have a
We see some of the newspapers are
discussing the inadvisability of put
ting patent medicine advertisements
among the locals. The Herald and
News cut that out several years ago.
We have also refused to put advertise
ments on our first page and dnly in
very rare cases will we run ads on
our local or eighth page. We make
the patent medicine people pay the
same price as others and do not guar
The Pullman between Columbia and
Atlanta, which was promised some
weeks ago, according to Mr. Hamby,
of the Columbia chamber of com
merce, has not yet been put on. It
would be a great convenience to the
traveling public to have this sleeper
handled and we do not understand
why the Seaboard delays the matter.
There is considerable travel between
Columbia and Atlanta and way-sta
tions that would be glad of the oppor
tunity to take advantage of such an
accommodation. We understand that
President Childs, of the C., N. L.
has been anxious to have this Pull
man operated for a long time and the
matter is now up to the Seaboard.
The Herald and News would direct
attention the notice signed by C. J.
Ramage. The people who own the
right of way or who live along the
right of way of the old Narrow Guaga
road between Newberry and Augusta
ought especially be interested in the
card of Mr. Ramage. All of the peo
ple between Newberry and Augusta
ought to be interested in the move
ment made by Mr. Padgett, and we
are sure that if he has anything at
all feasible that he will have the
bearty co-operation of all these peo
pIe in his efforts to operate this rail
road. The Herald and News assures
him that whatever we can do will be
done to further the enterprise.
A matter which the chambers of
commerce along the road might take
into consideration is the proposition
of extending a mail service on the
train that is now being operated over
the C. & W. C. and the C., N. & L. be
tween Columbia and Greenville from
Laurens on to Greenville. We un
derstand that the mail clerk runs only
between Laurens and Columbia as
-neretofore. t eems to us that this is
a matter which vitally concerns the
Greenville News and we take the priv
ilege of suggesting to the Greenville
lNews that even with a passnger train
leaving Greenville at 7 o'clock in the
morning and arriving at Newberry at
9.30, the Greenville News -of that day
does not reach Newberry until 12
o'clock. In addition to that it would
be a great convenience to people who
have occasion to correspond between
the points to have mail handled on
'this train from Greenville to Colum
NEWS OF BACHMAN CHAPEL.
Fine Weather-Beth Eden Pastorate
Parsonage Nearly Completed.
To Have Picnic.
Slighs, Oct. 19.-We don't see how
I any one could find any fault with this
kind of weather.
The land is in fine condition for
sowing oats and the farmers are busy
turning them under.
If what cotton that is open now was
picked, what is yet to open in places
wouldn't amount to very much.
Mr. J. Lawson Long, of Newberry,
is spending a short while at the home
of his father, Mr. M. M. Long. Lawson
has had an attack of fever, but is bet
ter and we hope he will' soon be able
to take up his work again.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Schunipert spent
last Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jno. Schumpert, of near Mt. Pil
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kinard and
family, of near Prosperity, visited at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Wilson
Mrs. Ockie Sloan and son, Mr. Ar
thur, spent last Saturday night and
Sunday with her sister, Mrs. J. K.
Epps and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wicker, of
near St. Pauls, spent last Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. En
Mrs. Thos. L. B. Epps and children
spent last Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Maybin C. Moore, of New
There will be communion services
held at Colony on next Sunday morn
ing with preparatory services on Sat
urday morning at 11 o'clock.
The parsonage for Beth Eden, Col
ony and St. James is nearly completed
and will soon be readly for our pastor
and family to move in. The mem
bers of the three churches will have
a basket picnic at the parsonage one
day when Rev. Kinard and family
move in. It is very likely that this
will be a pleasant occasion.
We have been informed that Rev.
Anderson will not begin preaching
near Johnstone academy until next
Saturday night (the 22nd) . and not
on Friday night as was announced in
our last letter. He won't get his tent
up until on Saturday morning.
Mr. Eugene McCullough spent last
Sunday with Mr. Holland Wilson.
To those who have so kindly sor
rowed with us in our recent bereave
ment we wish in this public way to
express our high appreciation for the
many tokens of sympathy and love.
Practically every mail has brought
letters of encouragement from friends
all over the State and beyond. Truly
our hearts are full of thanksgiving to
our Heavenly Father for such friends.
Only those who have passed through a
similar experience know how grate
ful we feel. The choice floral offer
ings which are still arriving keep her
resting place a mound of rare beauty.
This can but cheer our aching hearts
as we visit the scene. May heaven's
richest blessings attend you all. Again
thnkngyou we are,
Yours very truly,
Jas. F. Epting and Children.
Newberry, S. C., Oct. 20, 1910.
Meet your friends and sweethearts
at the county fair next week, they
will all be there.-Lexington Dispatch.
Let them first meet at the American
Cash Purchasing company's store.
It's like a fair now.
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UNITED STATES OF AMIERICA,
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In 'the U. S. District Court.
In the matter of G. MI. B. Epting,
By virtue of an order passed by
John J. Earle, Esq., referee in bank
rupncy dated JTnly 8, 1910, T will sell
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50 cents Galvanized Scuttle
35 cents Galvanized Scuttle
35 ceits Japan (black) Scuttle
10c. Brass Extension Curtain ]
8 Bars Fairy Soap -
loc. Tin Wash Pan -
50c. Enamel Bucket -
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the following described real estate at
Newberry Court House, in the Coun
ty of Newberry, District aforesaid, on
salesday (the 7th) in November, 1910,
between the hours of 11 o'clock in
the forenoon and 3 o'clock in the aft
ernoon, at public auction, to the last
and highest bidder, free of all liens
and encumbrances, upon the following
terms, to-wit: For one-third (1-3)
cash and the balance in twelve (12)
months from day of sale, with leave
to the purchaser to anticipate the
credit portion in whole or in part;
the credit portion to be secured by
bond of the purchaser, payable twelve
(12) months from the day of sale, with
interest from date and until paid in
full at the rate of 7 per cent. per an
num; said bond to be secured by first
mortgage of the premises purchased,
which mortgage shall provide for in
surance on the buildings on the town
lots and an assignment of the policy
of insurance to said undersigned as
said trustee and as collateral secur
ity, and shall also contain a clause
providing for 10 per cent. attorney's
fees in case of collection by suit or
an attorney. The purchasers to pay
all costs of drawing deeds and mort
gages and for rec6rding the .mort
gages; to wit:
1. That certain lot of land in the
Town of Newberry, County of New
berry, State of South Carolina, con
taining one and one-fourth acres,
fronting on Glenn street and other
wise bounded by lots of E. B. Wilbur,
J. B. O'Neall Holloway and W. W.
2. That certain lot of land in the
Town of Newberry, County of New
berry and State of South Carolina.
with a cement block livery
stables building thereon, front
rng 60 feet on Friend street other
wise bounded by lots of Harriet Y.
Lane, Levi Green and others.
3. These two certain lots of land
in the Town of Newberry, State of
South Carolina, with two cement block
store buildings thereon each fronting
twenty-two (22 1-2) and one-half feet
on Main street and otherwise buond
ed by lots of Summer Bros, Levi Green
4. That certain tract of land in the~
County of Newberry, and State of
South Carolina, containing one hun
dred thirty-three and three-fourhts
acres, bounded by lands of T. A. Wil
liams, C. T. Paysinger, H. W. Whit
- - - - 35 cents
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Rod - - 5 cents
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- - - 5 cents
- - 25 cents
>ckery and Glassware!
5 and 10 Cents Stores.
cured a large
Brushes at a
rice and will
benefit of the -
You will see
that the price
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aying for them $
* I fell and sprained my arm
and was in terrible pain. I
could not use my hand or arm
without intense suffering until
a neighbor told me to use
Sloan's Liniment. The first
application gave me instant
relief and I can now use my
arm as wvell as ever."-MRs. H.
B. SPRINGER, 921 Flora St.,
Elizabeth, N. J.
is an excellent antiseptic and germ
killer - heals cuts,
burns, wounds, and
contusions, and will
draw the poison
from sting of poi-*
25c., 50c. and $1.00
and poultr set free. iMD
Dr. Earl S. Sloan,
Boston, Mass., U. S. A.
5. Also that lot fronting 24 feet on
Friend street with a two story wood
en building thereon, and bounded by
lots of Harrell Y. Love, Levi Green
Lambert W. Jones,
Trust+e2 e of G.M B. Enting. Bankrupt.
DIA I L Y
Pitcher - - J. A. Burton.
Catcher - - YOU.
First Baseman (Star Player) - Real Esate.
Second Baseman - Stocks.
Third Baseman - Bonds.
Short Stop - Hanover Fire Insurance Co.
Center Field - Atlas Fire Insurance Co.
Left Field - Western Fire Insurance Co.
Right Field - Westchester Fire Insurance Co.
On the Bench - No Substitute.
Umpire - - - The Public.
Purchase your ticket (Policy) from The
Hartford Fire Insurance Co. then
you will feel no anxiety about the Home-base.
Special Book Sale
My Old Stock MUST GO!
To make room for New Goods on.
Next Saturday & Monday
I WILL SELL
100 P>ooks, Regular Price9Z
$1.50 at each - -~ -.t
Mayes' Book Store
"HOUSE OF A THOUISAND THINGS."
If not sold before, will sell on Saleday in
November, a new six room house and lot
near the Mollohon Mfg. Co. This lot also
has a two room house and barn on it, One
half cash, the balance one and two years..
J. A. Burton
Agent for S. K. Bouknight