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Entered at the Postoffice at New
herry, S. C., as 2d clas matter.
E. H. AULL, rITOR.
Friday, October 20, 1911.
Mrs. Evans, who nas volunteered to
look after the rest room in the old
court house building, has it nicely fit
ted up and says tnat it is liberally
used by the ladies from the country,
and when they find it out they will
use it even more than now, and wonder
how they got along without it. When
the weather gets bad it will serve even
a better purpose than now. Several
merchants have contributed fuTniture
Gov. Judson Harmon, of Ohio, who
paid- a visit to Spartanburg today,
made a fine impression here. He is
a younger looking nmn than his news
paper pictures indicate. His hair is
white, but his complexion is clear and
rosy. His manner is cordial and gen
ial without studied effort to appear so.
He is of fine size andt handsome ap
pearance. He is distinctly of' presi
dential calibre.-Spartanburg Journal.
Gov. Harmon is the man for the
Democrats to nominate for the presi
dency if they want to win in 1912.
A gentleman from the country sug
gested the other day that if President
Mayes of the chamiDer of commerce
would give a banquet and make the
admission to the supper consist in the
assurance that every man who was
admred had come to town on a split
log drag or a roaa scrape we might
get the roads in a good condition for
a few days, at least. What say you,
Mr. President Mayes? Some of the
oads would be greatly benefited just
now by the use of mne split log road'
In order to believe in their city, peo
ple must have a niity of aspiration as
well as a singleness of purpose. Both
assure community enthusiasm in co
operating for 'the good of a city. If
the pull is enthusiastic and the tug is
al togethier, a city can be moved for
ward with the certainty of. achieving
results. With a few pulling at the
ropes and the balance doing the grunt
ing, viery little can be expected.
Wilmington (N. C.) Star.
There must be a unity of aspiration
i.f any community is to grow and pros
per. That is the great need of this'
city of Ngwberry. Not only of aspira
tion, but a pulling aill together at the
ropes. There is no need for grunting.
We must do something besides. grunt.
We h.ave followed that pursuit long
enough to be out of breath.
To the Great Number of Farmer Tele
phone Lines N ow in Newberry
County Another Is Added.
It seems to be 'the motto of the
Southera Bell Telephor.e and Tele
graph company "to grow by doing'' as
they have .iust conuected a new far
1mer telephone line having nine sub
scribers with their exchange ai, Pros
perity, S. C.'
This line extends nine miles south,
through one of the most prosperous
sections of the county and fuernishes
Bervice to the following well known
people: Dennis Bros., residence; T. T.
Pugh, residence; Mrs. Armada Beden
baugh, residence; J. L. Mayer, resi
dence; L. W. Bedenbaugh, residence;
A. L. Wise, residence; D. E. Dawkins,
residence; 3. C. Sheely, residence; P..
F. Boozer, residence..
The subscribers of this line are now
in constant communication with each
other, and through the Southern Bell'
exchange with the telephone users in
Prosaperity and Newberry.
The construction of this line is an
other step in the progress of the tele
phone development which is being
made by the residents in the rural sec
tions of Newberry county. Under the
plan of the Southern Bell Telephone1
and Telegraph company, farmers and
other rural dwellers are enabled to
secure telephone service on an
economical basis. As a result a very
large majority of the farmers in all
sections of the State are installing
telephones in their homes.
Frank's Wild West.
Along with Le. cowboys and cow
girls and Indians with California
Frank's Wild West, wnich will spread
its acres of tents at the circus grounds
on Saturday, October 28, is coming a
-wtorneno' "&nt'on from the revo
lution-ridden republic of Mexico.
Tue vacquero is the cowbody of Mex
ico. In language and personal char
acteristics he has nothing in common
with his American brother, but the
duties of the avocation are alike. Cow
boy and vacquero each spend days and
nights with their herds far from human
habitation and each attain wonderful
proficiency with the lariat and gun
and in feats of horsemanship. A con
tingent of the most famous vacqueros
of Mexico are with the California
Frank Wild West. With them are a
troup of dashing guardes rurales, the
mounted police of the country. whose
renown and efficiency rival that of
their prototypes of the far remote
An interesting comparative study is
exhibited in the competitions of the
representatives of -the two republics.
The Mexicans concede no iota of su
periority to the cowboys in any of the
feats of the scattle-raising avocation.
They are the equals in all the prac
tical and fancy manoeuvres of the
lariat, they contend, can ride trained
cow-horse or "bucker" with similar
certainty and are as sure in aim with
the gun or revolver.
KILLED ON UNION STREET.
Henry Boshea Slain by J. H. Ma,
Union, Oct. 21.-Henry Boehea, a
weav,er in the Union cotton mills was
shot and instantly killed here tonight
by John Henry May. The shooting oc
curred on Main street, which was
crowded with persons returning from
the fair grounds and in the confusion
that followed May made his escape.
May's younger brother is alleged to
have had trouble with Boshea and, it
is said, was pursuing him with a
knife. He had just reached the middle
of the street when John Henry May
ran in, and drawing his pistol fired
six shots into Boshea's body.
TAX NATICE-TOWN OF SILVER
Notice is hereby giv1en that the taxes
due for the year 1911 in the Town of
Silverstreet, S. C., will be due and
payable at the office of the Clerk and
D~reasuretr of 'the Town of Silverstreet
from November 1 to November 30,
911. After the 30th day of November,
911, the penalty provided by law will
be added. B. M. Havird,
ohn T. Coleman, Intendant.
Clerk and Treasurer.
NOTICE OF CITIZEN'S MEETING.
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ng of the citizens of the town of New
erry is hereby called to be held in
he council chamber on Monday, No
ember 6, 1911, at 8 o'clock p. in., to
onsider the iplans for the nomination
f Mayor and Aldermen for the -town
f Newberry, and any other matters
hat may properly come before the
0. B. Mayer,
. H. Aull, .* Chairman.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
rank M. Schumpert, Probate Judge
and Public Guardian of Willam D.
Hatton, a minor,
Robert Norris, individually and as
Executor of tile Last Will and Tes
tamen,t of Mrs. E. H. Norris, deceas
ed, et al.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Any and all .persons 'holding claims
against the estate of Mrs. E. H. Nor
ris, deceased, are required to render
unto me; at my office, thieir accounts,
duly sworn to, in the above entitled
ction, on or before the 20th day of
ovember, 1911, and are hereby en
joined from enforcing their accounts
n any other court on proceedings.
H. H. Rikard,
Master for N. C., S. C.
Master's Office, Oct. 23, 1911.
NOTICE TO DRAW JURY.
Notice is hereby given that we, the
ndersigned, jury commissioners for
ewerry County, S. C., will at 10S
'clock a. in., November 4, at the clerk's
office, openly and publicly draw the
a.mes of 36 men, who shall serve 'asj
petit jurors at the Court of Common
Pleas, which will convene at New
berry, S. Q., November 20, 1911.
Jno. L. Epps,
Eug. S. Werts,
Jno. C. Goggans,
July Commissioners for Newberry ~
County, S. C.
October 23, 1911.
The Herald and News-Newberry's
best paper--$1.50 per year.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. r
All persons having demands against t
the estate of Osborne L. Schumpert, a
ee- s.d. -::11 render an account of
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PARTANBURG COUNTY FAIR
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rip Fares via Southern Rail
way as Follows. f
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~nwood, S. C.... ... .....2.95
nrson, S. C. ... ... ... 2.30 ,
ona Path, S. C.... ... ... ...3.65 the
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oportionately reduced fares from ab
trpoints. Tickets sold October 23
1 2, 1911, inclusive, with final limit iv
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rinformation call on nearest ticket do
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DR. I. E. CRIMM.
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ay cost but we fit glasses guaran
d to give satisfaction at a reason
le cost. Consultation free.
I Save You Money, Time and Eyes.
Dr. Crimnm has no agents, neither
s he call from house to house. See
n at his office.
lice Over Burton's Real Estate Office
',,.dh Dr. Smith.
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up to $1.00, 2 lir
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make it to your int
anything in the linc
Our prices are low,
best, all new styles,
minute, at prices to
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pay you to come a
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quality as high as the
suit you. Big line of
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