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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
.Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Tuesday, November 29, 1910.
NOW IS THE TIME.
It caused considerable labor, and of
course Uabor represents money, to
print the special edition of The Her
ald and News on Saturday. The repre
sentatives did not return to Newberry
until about 12 o'clock Friday night and
it then took them sometime to get the
machine hot, but the paper was put
to press about 4.30 o'clock Saturday
morning, and was delivered to our
town subscribers about daylight, and
mailed to each subscriber out of town.
The postal laws and regulations are
very peculiar things. The officials at
*#e Newberry postoffice heaId that this
being a special edition and not being
Issued op the s%mp 4gy of our regular
piblicatiou, It could not be denominat
'ed an extra and could not go through
the mail at the second-class rate,
hough It contained no advertisement
Ior whdlih we expect any pay and was
Issued purely and simply to give our
subscribers additional news, which
could not be carried In the regular
edition on Friday, and which we knew
our subscribers wtre anxious to have.
We do not question the correctness of
the ruling of the officials at the New
berry postoffice, but we do think that
the postal laws need some changes so
ts not to work hardships upon legiti
mate newspaper publishers. Under the
suling we had to put stamps on the
papers and the postage was just about
twenty times the regular postage on
that size paper if we had been ablb
to publish it the same date of our
regular publication and cafled it an
*xtra. At the same time we feel that
as live newspaper peopel, it was our
'duty to furnish this news to our s.ub
scribers, and we did It cheerfully, and
are glad to know thta our friends ap
We have had many commendations
from our subscribers on the enterprise
and we assure them that It will be our
purpose ao long as we are permitted
to remain in the business to publish
an up-to-date and live newspaper.
A gentleman from Little Mountain
said that If we had announced on Fri
day night that this special edition
would be mailed on th eneit morn
ing, he would no't have believed it.
The moral. of this story Is if you
want to keep up with the procession
and want to get the news, now is the
time to subscribe for The Herald and
* The. Herald and News is first of all
a newspaper. Now is a good time to
subscribe. The same price to every
Congress meets next week. The
Democrats do not get in control, how
ever, until next March.
Gov. Ansel has appointed a most ex
cejent gentleman to the position on
the railroad commission. Hon. Jno. G.
Richards is a man of exalted charac
Attorney General Lyon will try the
merger case and postpone the Evans
case. The merger case was started
away back when G. D. Beilinger was
attorney general and maybe before
that. The criminal court in Newberry
lasts for two weeks or may last that
long if there is any business to be
It seems that all of the proposed
constitutional amendments were voted
by the people, but by a very small vote.
And yet all State and congressional
officers were elected by e. very small
As to the Manufacture of Fertilizer in
the Town of Newberry, S. C.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Al
dermen cf the To~wn of Newberi y. S.
C., in Town Council assembled:
Section 1. That from and after the
passage of this ordinance it shall be
unlawful for any person, persons,
firm or corporation to make, manu
facture or mix any guano or other rnom.
compound thereof within th corpor
ate limits of the Town of Newberr3
S. C., Provided that this ordinanc
shall not apply to fertilizer mixini
plants now in operation.
Sec. 2. That any person, persons
firm or corporation violating this or
dinance, shadl, upon conviction there
of be punished by a fine of not mor
than one hundred ($100.00) dollars o
by imprisonment at hard labor in th
town guard house or upon the publi
streets and works of the town for
period not exceeding thirty days.
Done and ratified under the corpo
rate seal of the Town of Newberry
S. C. on the 25th day of November, A
D., 1910. -
Cole. L. Blease,
J. R. Scurry, ?
C. & T. Town Council of New
berry, S. C.
The committee, Messrs. J. P
Harmon, A. H. Hawkins and M
D. Derrick have awarded the prizec
Studebaker, jr. Wagon-Mrs
Oliver Groober Plow-Leon Den
Henry Diston Saw-Willie Les
Keen Kutter Hatchet-J. S
Keen Kutter Hammer-Ro3
Osborne 14 tooth Cultivator
Osborne 5-Plow Cultivator-J
Counts Double Foot Plow Stoc
One Bucket Mica Axle Grease
One Walk Over Whip-Lelan<
Live Stock, Buggies, Wagon
Implement and Hardware
The Prosperity Stock Co.
Prosperity, S. C.
"None like Nunnally's"
Your Christmas candies
should be the best money
can bey - guaranteed
for fre'shness, quality,
candies for many years
have been the popular
choice throughout .the
South. We sell quantities
of them because they're
the highest grade made.
You should place
your order at once.
GILDEE & WEEKS,
. ewberry, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
South Carolina Loan and Trust Comn
pany as trustee and in its own righi
Ashley Manufacturing Company, Get
S. Mower as trustee, the Peoples
National Bank of Prosperity, S. C
RaAeigh. Cotton Mills, Tryon Pape
Box Company, and Geo. D. May
Machine Company, Defendants.
By virtue of an order of the Cour
Iherein I will sell to the highest bid
der before the Court House at New
Iberry, S. C., Monday, salesday, Januar:
2, 1910, within the legal hours of salE
All those two parcels, tracts an<
pieces of land lying and being situat
in the Town of Newberry, State o
South Carolina, containing thirteel
(13) acres, more or less, bounded an'
described as foHlows:
The said two tract sare continuou
and are bounded by Scott Creek, in
cluding one-half thereof, by lands o
Theodore Johnstone, by land former1;
of T. Q. Boozer, and by Caldwell stree
or road leading from the Town of New
berry by the dairy farm, now owne'
by Silas J. McCaughrin, and by th
street on the west intersecting sail
Caldwell street, or road in front o
Tabor~ Hill's home pl'ace, and leadini
Iinto town, by lands formerly of Wil
lam Lan gford, together with the righ
The Under Selling Store
Coat Suits, Long Tailored Coats,
Lack of cool weather has compelled
mense stock at once. Here are
Buy your Suits from the leading
ready-to-wear store. Jackets the line
and length to suit you. Skirts that are
classy, materials and workmanship are
of the best type.
All $12.50 and $15.00 Tailored Suits
to go this week for- ............$ 10.00
All $18.50 and $20.00 Tailored Suits
to go this week for. ........................$15 00
All $25.00 and $30.00 Tailored Suits
to go this week for-... .$19.75
100 new Suits by Monday's express,
$20,00 and $25.00 Suits, you .can take
your pick of any Suit in the pile this
week for only--.... -..- $12.50
waists and wired for more. We'll put
another new lot on sale this week, Waists
- n the lot worth $1.50 and $2.00, take
your choice this week for each.............98c
Coat for ......
a coat worth
j \ Extra qual
The Leading Store
the deed to it by A. G. Johnstone andteprmssol,ayb
Burr H. Johnstone, as executors of Itoeulana ntl
t Silas Johnstone, deceased, ,dated oc- inestfodaofal
- tober 8, 1900, and recorded in Book nal ni h hl e
- 10, pages 177 to 179, that is to say, thebenpi,teodad
right to abut against and erect a dam cnanasiuainr
.upon the opposite bank of Scott's pyeto 0prcn
1 creek at any point thereon opposite fei ti lcdi h
any of the land hereby conveyed, which atre o olcino
f borders upon said creek, with the fur- si,adtemrgg
1 ther right to build any masonry orstplioreurnth
other struc.ture upon the said opposite cryisrneo h
bank that may be necessary in the teaon f$000dl
erection of said dam, the dam not to sg h aet h a
- be higher than the banks of l.ea ihlaet h
f said creek, also all machin- atcpt amnso h
ery, buildings and other property and to fteprhs rc
t franchises of Ashley Manufacturing i at h ucae
- Company, the real estate hereby inert- Iqie opyfv ude
I gaged is the property conveyed tolasicshhehsbd
Ashley manufacturing company by Z. aduo i alr od
F. Wright on the 26th day of May,etysalb mdatl
j 1906. tetrsaoefxd
Terms of 'sale: The purchaser shallpafoppesndrcd
- be required to pay one-third of theH.R
purchase price in cash and secure the MatrfrNbeyOo
1 blaceby isbod ad orgag Nebeen 23i, hebod0ad.
The Under Selling Store
EDUCTION ON ALL
Skirts, Waists, Sweaters, Furs and Millinery.
[us to make these startling prices to reduce this im
the prices decided upon for this week's selling.
Scooped in at 50c. on the dollar. You
never saw such a pile of stylish Skirts.
You can get suited here this week.
100 fine Chiffon Panama Skirts, $5.00
100 fine Chiffon Panama Skirts, $6.50
100 fine Chiffon Panama Skirts, $8.00
value___ _ $5.98
25 fine black Voile Skirts, beautifully
trimmed, all $12.50 and $15.00 Skirts
to go for only your choice.... $9.98
IFur Sets and Scarfs
We carry more Furs than all the side
show stores in Newberry combined.
100 fine Fur sets $5.00, $6.50, $8.00,
$10.00, $12.00 and $15.00.
-. - 200 fine Fur Scarfs $1.49, $1.98.
-9W $3.98, $4.98, $6.00, $8.00, $10.00.
Icloth Coats, waist lined, a $12.50
Iloth, full lined, guaranteed Satin,
and sells for $18. 5o, here goes
.. --.. ...-$13.50.
ity black Broadcloth, full Satin
va u _.. .- -.- . -.. .... ....$16.5o
mn Serge Coat, full Satin lined,
at______ -.- .- __............185
'of Newberry, South Carolina
in one and
t shall have
gadsofa Against Loss or Damage by Fire?
) conltain a
tortgagor to THE
urhaerto Hartford Fie Insurance Co.
inwhleor Offers indemnity free frmun
($50)do-j certainty and suited to the times.
so the prop-i
sarhae J. A~. Burton, Agnt.
nty, S. C.