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Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDI J)R.
Tuesday, October 3, 1911.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
A number of subscriptions to The
Herald and News expired on the first
of October. We hope all these will
arrange to continue their subscription,
and we give this notice and make the
statement that we will not corect our
mailing list until Saturday, October
7. We trust that all those whose time
expires on October 1, will make note
of it and renew during this week. We
shall very much regret to lose any of
our subscribers, but our rule is strict,
ly cash in advance and we can not
carry them longer than Saturday of
this week, unless some arrangement
Owing to lack of space, a great deal
of matter is crowdea out of this issue
-and a good deal of it from the pen
of the live Herald and News local
man-Mr. R. H. Greneker. Most of it
will still be live on Friay, and it will
appear then ,along with all the rest
of the news of the world of import
anee up to that time.
JUSTRIAL IS ORDERED
IN THE "LABEL" CASE
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1).
of whiskey labels. Weiskopf is presi
dent of the, Nivison-Weiskopf com
pany, which sold the labels to the
dispensary board. It was broug'ht out
during the day's testimony that of the
$35,000 paid by the dispensary board
for 'hese labels Weiskopf received for
himself $6,534, M. A. Goodman got
$6,534 and John T. Early got $6,534
also that in addition to this money,
Weiskopf paid in two separate pay
m;ents, $6,100 to M. A. Goodman be
fore the deal was closed, for "ex
penge money." The remainder of the
pLv&@se omount, nearly $10,000 ac
egr#4ng to W@iskopt, went to his Airm,
Crees Naiae brought out the
dIt tisat tie aeefadanis hid not made
any propositionl as to a "rake of'" to
the witness, and that Weiskopf did
-niot-know how this "expense monei"
Sisd. Ahi Important feature of
thel aftei'nod ession, was a legal
ttle over the, right of a circuit judge
ta force the attorney generial to pro
4e, documee.ts of a public nature
*nWen to be in his possessioni. Weis
kaPf was asked If he had not return
&1 $7,500 to the State of South Car
iia, out ef the label money. He said
that he had depsited this moqney witg
"h1attornefT and ~admitted to a writ
refirnI as to i dISp~ositidn.
SeiMaMed tis Mit$ %r1iet as
af st 1than il ~ was sus
$dre ,by .udge Wilson, who would
I,llow the witness to tell of the
Agreement. Mr. Nelson Insisted on
a!ing the document, and Mr. Lyon
etited that there was a copy of It In
has. just at
you are mn na
will pay you1
dow. I havd
THE HOUSE OF i
the attorne.y general's office, but "thf
the gentleman could not get it." -M
Nelson asked Judge Wils'a to issu
an order requiring its p.,duction I
the attorney general, and would n(
accept what he termed a compromis
of Mr. Lyon, who offered to subm
the paper to the jury as evidence. -M
Lyon contended that he and- the jud2
belonged to different departments <
the government, which were coord
1 nate in power, and that Judge Wilso
did not have the right to force him t
produce the papers. After hearin
some arguments at length on tb
subject, Judge Wilson finally rule
that he did not believe that he ha
the right to issue an order requirin
the attorney general to produce suc
a paper from his office.
ITALY DECLARES WAR
ON TURKISH EX-PIR:
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1).
tions in the neighborhood of Cyren(
The party was to leave London thi
week, but the outbreak of war ma
change its plains.
Italy's declaration of war on Tur
key grew out of unsatisfied demand
that the Ottoman government, domi
nant in Tripoli for 300 years, shal
surrender all economic aud politica
right to Italy.
Tripoli is capable of tremenddu
development. The soil along the coas
is fertile. Not so much can be sai
of the interior.
Littlp A4th9utiC NPwp.
London, Oct. I.-Out of a perfec
maze of conflicting reports and ru
mors it is utterly Impossible at th<
present' stage to sift the grains o
truth concerning the opening days o
th Turco-Italian war. It appears evei
doubtful whether there has been an:
actual occupation of Tripoli, and i
is practically certain that there ha.
been no bombardment Dy the Italiai
It seems also certain that the re
ported destruction of the Turkish flee
is untrue. In fact, the only resul
of the first three days' hostilitiej
which can be vouched for Is the de
struction of the Turkish destroyer b3
the Duke of the Abruzzi's ships of
N~OTICE OF FINAL SET TLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that I; wil
make a final Bettlement of the per
sonal estate of H. Archie Haltiwan
ger, deceased, In the offie of the Pro
bqte Judge for .Newberry county, or
Wednesday, the first day of November
T.91, at 11 o'clock a. in., and 'will im
mediately thereafter apply for a'die
charge as adm1ntratrix of said ea
f randes is li,tlwanger,
Admfinitratrix of the Perschai 2statV
of H. ArclSZiti*anget. deoeased
Ten Cleats for ett.
Purcell & SEott announce that thf%)
will pay 10 ceskt~ de~tta f'rileli
of their customer% idl thos's 4%.0w
them on accouit Sr len%I. ThlB is .one
fourth of a %%t Oev 't market,
stock of bags
rived, and if
~ed of a baq it
~o see my win
Sall the new
Y The Underselling Store
| Thousands ofdo"
defying prices, provi
the final blow to coma
story. We make th4
| town and inspected cli
come here and if we d
than you have been o)
STYLISH ILLINERY SECOND PLOO.
Qj ulity Tells, Styles Command.
There is' always something new and at'
tra.ctive to see in our Millinery Departmenft,
Each day finds new mdels. The largest
showing of Millinery in the two Carolinas.
Hundrfeds of new Pattern Hats go on Bale
this week for the first time. Visit this de
partment and see what's whatC We are the
only concern in Newberry who has a North
ern Milliner. Enough said.
S6.INCH BLAC]K TAFFETA SILK, 98c. YD).
Will put on sale this week 5 pieces Black
Taffeta Silk, every yard ,guaranteed on the
selvage, this is4$.50 Silk,. and we will only
sell one dress to each buyer, at yar....98c.
* Wiy pay your money to -go to a side-show
when you can go to 'a 'big show for less
money. Thinki a minute!
* THREE HUNDRED NEW EUGS.
No use wasting time looking around.
Come direct to headquarters. We guarantee
a saving of 50 cents to $1:00 on every Rug
100 large Rugs, ;beautiful patterns, worth
$2.00, sale price........... .------1.49
100 large Rugs, beautiful patterns, worth
$3.00, sal'e price............---- .--198
50 large Rugs, beautiful patterns, worth
$4.00, sale price.:..........--.--$.98
25 large 9x12 Art Squares, special prices
lars worth of New M
7 that the Mimnaugh,
)etition. Our prices b
; request: that after 3
>sely the goods and p
on't sell you your fall
fered we'll take of f ot
BUY BLANKETS NOW AND SAVE XONEY.
We have three hundred pair of sample
Blankets. Some all wool, some part wool,
and some no wool at all, so no matter what
kind of Blankets you may need, we can sup
ply them and save you at least' oD--third
on the price, e #
NOT "TRAILERS" BU)T "LEADERS."
OUR PRICES PLAY TO THE TUNE OF
2 cases Staple Apron Gingnams, worth
7 1-2c., sale price... .,.... ....-..4 E-4
1 case Staple Dress Outings, worth 8 1-3c.,
sale price... ... ... ... ....-- .--484e.*
5 bales 36-inch White Romespun, worth
9c., sale price... ... ... ... ..-----.-c.
5 bales River Side Checked Homespun,
8 1-2c. elsewhere, sale price.. ....C -*
1 case Poe Mill Bleachzng, worth 8 1-Sc.,
elsewhere, sale price.. ..... .. .. -..
5 eases Standard Calicoe, reds, blues,
grays, etc., sale price... ....... ---.. C
50 pieces colored Table 011 Cloth, worth
25c., sale price.............--- 1*2c
FIRST CALL FOR FALL AND WINTER.
300 men's Suits go 'on sale this week. All
the new shades and latest models. $10.00
$12.50, $15.00 and $18.50.
200 boys' and childr.en's Suits, $1.49, $1.98,
$2.49, $4.00, $5.00 and up.
WE CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE SHOE
* STOCK IN XEWBERY..
Don't forget the big'store where you think
of buying Shoes. No matter what youwant,
come to tre Big -Store for it.
LADIES' TAILORED SKIRTS.
1,000 Ladies' Skirts to go on sale this
week. Sounds big, but we've got 'em, and
we are going to let them go this week.
Lot i-Beautiful Panama Skirt with back
and front loose panel, Skirts worth $6.00
to $7.00, Special Sale price.. .. ....$4.98
Lot 2-Beautiful Uanama Skirts, panel
back and 1 front, $7.50 to 10.00 value, sale
price..............-- .-.-- ..
Lot 3-Beautiful Panama Skirts, panel
back and front, $4.00 to $5.50 value, sale
price... ... ... .--.---.---.--- ---9E
Lot 4-Beautiful Voile skirts, panel back
and front, $4.98, $4.49, $8.50, $10.00, and up.
The Underselling Store
~erchandise at world
rea'y cash has dealtK
ow more than tell the
ou have looked over
rces at' other stores,
bill at a lower priceC
er hat to the man that
/ Illill W
BEAUTI FUL SHOWING IN LADIES' COAT
Each day-brings nlew arrivals of new a
exclusive.patterns in Coat suits. Our selec- -
tion is tlie biggest and best in this section
of the State. They have been chosea to
meet the requirements of women who wishr
soiethinrg ,shigh-class 'and out of the ordi
nary in jue. I will give a thousand d'ol
lare to a|nj charitable institution if I can't
show ther largest and best stock Coat Suits,.
Skirts a iddLong Coatsa shown In Newberry,
nd every garment we sell we guarantee a
perfect itj Never in our hIstory halle we
shown goaf Suits and ready-to-wear gar
ments * f&h attract suc.h wide spread at
tention. Suit prices range from $10.00,
12.50, $15000, $18.50, $20.00, $25.00, and up.
Every single purchase is protected .by our
"Irn Clea Guarantee."
1,000 Ladies' and Children's Sweaters to
go on sale this week. No such grand col
lection of Sweaters has ever been placed
on a retail counter by any store In South
Sweaters worth $3.00, $3.50, $4.00- and
$5.00, choice this week, $1.49, $1.98 and $P.98.