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Entered at the Postoffice at New
terry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Tuesday, November 28, 1911.
TO OBSERVE THANKSGIVING.
The Friday's issue of The Herald ani
News will be printed on Wednesda
might so that the office may observ
Thanksgiving. All persons havinj
-ommunications, notices, or advertise
ments, will please get them in not lat
ter than Wednesday morning.
There is not so much enthusiasn
*ver the postal savings banks sinc
it has been found that the people can'
borrow money from them.-Greenvill
Well, what is a bank for if it is no
to lend money? And -why should w
support a banking institution tha
wont lend us money? Why a baik?
Judge Gage is the first judge w<
kave ever heard who charged th(
grand jury that they must be satisfiec
beyond a reasonable doubt of the guil
*f the party charged with crime beforn
tey could find a true bill. It may bi
zood law, but if it is, it is contrar:
to all precedents and all usage sinci
we have been old enough to knov
anything about the courts and crimin
Every farmer should attend tii
South Carolina Corn exposition whici
Is to be held in Columbia Decembe:
11-16. The growing of corn is thi
thing for the farmers at this time
You can turn corn into chickens an(
turkeys and ducks and hogs and cow.
anu mules and so many things tha
; is really one of the most importan
studies before the farmer today. I
will be profitable to every farmer t<
be there and learn something. There
s something for you to learn if yot
That was a brav~e and an expert rob
.or, who held up the mail clerk and
his assistant on the train as it enter
ed Columbia the other night. He ac
tgally covered two men with .one pis
tol, received the pouch contaiin e
reistered mall matter, assorted it out,
ktiok only that which contained money,
backed out the door, pulled the emer
gency cord, got off the train and made
goo his escape. All by himself with
e ne pistol and right in 'the city of Co
lumbia and no trace of- him can be
started. He is a wonderful robber.
The killing of the little boy at the
Main street crossing of the Southeri
the other day is a powerful argumen1
in favor of doing away 'with grade
crossings. ' As the country grows anc
population increases the danger o1
these death traps increases. And yel
we are going on building a public
highway between Newberry and Pros
perity where all of them could have
been removed, without doing it, be
cause some of the land Owners object
because they can not now see the ad
vantage of removing these crossings,
and maybe 'will not get 'what they
think they should have for their land.
It is criminal carelessness for any of
ficer to build a road over a grade cross
ing when one can possibly be avoided.
T.Th[E TO PRAY.
A preacher, at the close of one of
his sermons, said: "LIt all in the
house 'who are paying their debts stand
up." Presently every man, woman and
child, with one exception, rose to their
The preacher seated them and said:
"Now, every man not paying his debts
stand up." The exception, a care
'worn, hungry looking individual, cloth
ed in his last summer suit, slowly as
sumed a perpendicular position.
"How is it, my friend," asked the
minister, "you are the only man noi
to meet his obligations ?"
"I run a newspaper," he answered
meekly, "and the brethren here whc
stood up are my subscribers, and--"
"Le+ us pray," exclaimed the minis
There is so much truth in this state.
menit that we can't help printing it. I:
took more than 20 years to lear'
good people-would not pay for a
newspaper past due subscription. We
have a list on our books now showing
this to an amount above ten thousand
dollars. If we had this we could stand
up too and say that our debts were all
paid. The list contains some mighty
good people-or they pass for good
people-and we do not question it, but
we know that they have not paid for
I the paper sent them. We have felt
r sometimes, when we could not meet
a our bills promptly, like publishing this
list with the amounts due. But it will
. do no good.
. When a man or woman gets The
Herald and News now it is paid for or
there is no charge for it. The cash
1 system for subscriptions is the only
a proper system. Pity is we did not
learn it in time.
WO"D SENT BY TELEPHONE.
More than 100,000 business men, far
mers and leading eitizens of Georgia,
t Alabama and South Carolina wil,l be
notified by telephone today of the
Southern Corn show to be held in At
lanta Dec-ember 5 to S.
The message is from the Atlanta
chamber of commerce and is to be
delivered over the telephone by rep
resentatives of the Southern Bell
Telephone company in every town and
city in the three States.
The message, which embraces an in
tation to be present at the corn show
and for each county to have an ex
hibit and *end a "Boy's Corn Club"
is as follows:
"The South@tn bell Tlephone com
Dany is convinced that the Southern
Corn show to be held in Atlanta De
) cember 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th, by the
I Atlanta chamber of. commerce will do
- a great deal to encourage diversified
farming and fortify the State against
the ravages of the boll weevil. It is
desired that each county be represent
I ed at the Southern Corn show by ex
hibits and by sending a strong 'Boy's
t Corn club.' We hope you will attend
the show, also that you will discuss
it and its great object with your neigh
bors and friends, that the Interest of
the entire State will be aroused and
this enterprise made a great success."
tIt will be recalled that the business
men and farmers throughout the South
were notified of the Southern commer
cial congress in the same manner last
spring; with the result that the meet
ing was a great success.
By the use of the telephone, large
groups of telephone users are 'reach
ed promptly- and the message creates
an interest that could not be obtained
in any other manner.
.There are more thai, 35,000 farmers
in these three -States who -have, tele
phones, and the popularity of the tele
phone throughout this section makes it
possible to i'each every class of cit
Izens without delay.
I will sell at my residence at Jalapa
'on Tuesday, December 12, 1911, to the
highest bidder, for cash, one Deering
binder, one mower and rake,
two two-horse wagons and harness,
turn plows and other farm implements.
About 65 bushels Brooks' cotton seed,
also two mules and one horse, if not
sold before sale. Sale to begin at 10
J. M. Mayer,
Newberry, S. C., R. F. D. No. 3.
316 acres improvea -arm, .six mniles
from the railroad. Price $1,500.
I160 acres, one mile of Arkadelphia,
improved farm, all cleared, $3,000.
86 acres improved farm, two miles
of Arkadelphia, $1,500.
56 cres cut ove r hardwoodland,
unimproved, four miles of Arkadel
phia, $4,000. This is all fine agricul
tural land, on easy terms.
Arkansas Land Company,
ARKANSAS LAND COMPANY,
Arka.delphia, Ark. T. N. Wilson.
OHICH ETER S PILLS
* AT THE THEATRE. *
December 1-Daniel Boone.
December 12-College Minstreis.
December 14-The Traitor.
December 25-The Thief.
January 3-Finnegan's Honeymoon.
January 15-The County Sheriff.
February 8-Madame Sherry.
February 16-Paid in Full.
February 22-The Lyman Twins.
March 29-A Woman of the Hour.
April 6-Christy Bros. Minstrels.
April 24-The Traveling Salesman.
TO THE OVERSEERS OF THE PUB
The law requires six days' work on
the public roads during the year. All
overseers who have not worked their
full time must do so by December 1.
L. I. Feagle,
11-14-3t. County Supervisor.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROtINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Minnie Bouknight and others, Plantift,
Osborne S. Goree and others, Defend
Pursuant to an order of the Court
herein, I will sell at public outcry be
fore the court house at Newberry, S.
C., to the highest bidder, within the
legal hours of sale, on Monday, sales
day, December 4, 1911, the following
described property to wit: All that
tract of land lying and being situate
in the County of INewberry, State of
South Carolina, Tract No. 1 contain
ing twenty-five (25) acres mrore or
less, bounded by lands of James and
C. D. Buzhardt, M. T. Oxner, Mrs.'
T'exanna Thomaaon and public road.
Tract No. 2, containing 45 acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of Noah
xner, Mrs. Texanna Thomasson and
rs. Rosa Carlisle.4
Terms of sale: Cash. Purchasers to
pay for papers.
November 6, 1911. Master.
H. .RIK ARD,
CHICH ESTER S PILLS
.. THEDIAMOND BRANID,
.S50 0 BY DRUGGISTS EVFRWIIFPEi
NOTICE OF PRTMARY ELECTION. 1
Notice is hereby given that a Demo- ,
ratic primary election will be held
on Tue'sday, November 28, 1911, in <
he Town of Newberry, South Caro- t
ina, for Mayor and Aldermen to serve
or one year; and Trustees for the
raded Schools for Ward 4 and Ward
, to serve for two years. Said Pri
ary Election to be according to the,2
rules and regulations of the Demo
ratic party of the Town of Newberry, It
South Carolina: the polls to be open
d at 8 o'clock a. in., and to be closed
t 4 o'clock p. m.4
There will be a separate voting pre
inct in each ward, and in Ward 3,
wo voting precincts, as follows:
Ward 1-Council Chamber.4
Ward 2-New Court House.1
Ward 3, No. 1-Herald and News
building in Friend street.
Ward 3, Club No. 2-I. T. Timnmer- 1
Ward 4-J. W. White's store in
Ward 5-At corner of Drayton and
The following have been appointed!
as Managers of said election:
Ward 1-Jos. H. Hunter. Hiram
Speers, C I. Eying..
Ward 2-D. B. Werts, Jno. A. Linni
say, C. Burr Martin.
Ward 3, Club No. 1-Alex Sngleton,I
W. H. Jones, J. B. O'Neall Holloway.
Ward 3, Club No. 2-L. S. Darby, J.
A. Derrick, W. T. Clamp.
Ward 4--Jas. R. Davidson, Jas. M.
Bowers, C. P. Williams.
Ward 5--G. W. Hiller, E. S. Cromer,
The attention of all candidat is
called to the following section of the
rules govierning the primary:
"Sec. 3. The candidates receiving
the majority of all the votes cast for 1
~e said offces of Mayor, AldermeR a
And I Wi Move
I am thankful, very thankful for
accorded me, and this sale of China
ciation. Our interests are mutual.
to you to trade with me, you have r
aged. me in my ambition to give to:
China stores in the State. So let us
0 a store that is second to none. Rig
in Newberry town and county to as(
I am going to make it to your inter
There is not a person in the county
0 I would offer them 50c. Now I am
of it, you can make more than $1.(
the list below. All fancy China mu
$5.00 Chocolate Sets $3.98
$3.00 Chocolate Sets $2.28
0 $4.00 Salad Sets........... $3.19
56 piece Dinner Set, conisisting of
I have the largest stock of (
breaking in moving is too great, so
Don't buy till you see my line, if
Better Goods a
T he House ofa
'espectively, at said election, shall be
eclared the nominees of the Demo
ratic party of said Town; Provided,
[hat on or before 12 o'clock noon on
Friday, November 24, 1911, each of
he said candidates shall have left a*
ritten statement with the chairman
f the executive comittee that he is
candidate and that he will abide the
esults of such election and that he
Las paid the assessment., No vote
hal be counted for any candidate
gho has not; so pledged himself."
The attention of v'oters is especially .
aled to the following portion of Sec
ion 2, of the Rules.
"Sec. 2. All Democrats who shall
ave their names enrolled on the
)emocratic club roll of the respective
Vards five days prior to the first pri
nary election, hall be allowed to
ote; - Provided, That in the nomina
ion of Aldermen and Trustees for the
raded Schools from tile respective
ards, only those whiose names are
>n the club rolls from each ward
hall be permitted to -vote for Alder
nen and Trustees of the Graded Satr
schools from that ward. The Demo
ratic Ward Clubs as organized for At East End M;
be State and County Democratic pri- Reutiion Group
nary election are hereby recognized glustrated from
t the Democratic Ward clubs of the Photographers.
lity Democratic primary; Provided,
rhat only those members of the re- Otwvey -
ipective Ward Clubs living within the
ity limits shall be permitted to vote
n the City Democratic primary elec
:ion. The secretary of each Ward wards, and only
llub shall furnish to the secretary of whose names app
:e City Demecratic Executive Corn- ,rolls shall be per
nittee a certified copy of the club rolls If no candida:
f his Ward club containing a list of Mayor or for Alt
;he members of said club residing tee of the Grade<
within said Ward and within the city shall have recei'
imits, said list to be completed on votes at such ele
hursday, November 23, 1911, and no tion for the non
ame shall be permtted placed on for Alderman or
aid club roll after that date. Said Graded Schools,
alub rolls to be turned over to the shall be held on
Jity Democratic Executive Committee under these rul*
m Friday, November 24. The said e>ction only the
:lub rolls certified to by the secre- r'nceiv.e the high4
:aries of the variouis Ward Clubs m ner election for1
shall have "'eceived a mnajority of shall be v'oted fol
be City Democratic Executive Ccm- ther, in the ever
nittee and certified by him as the roll tie at the second
urnished by the secretary of the and Aldermnen al
Ward Ciub, to the managers, and shall i Graded Schools,
in My Larger Store
the support you have so generously
is a fractional expression of my appre
And while I have made it profitable
ade my success possible and encour- 0
ewberry one of the finest Book and
work together and give to Newberry
ht now I want to engage every person
sist me in moving my large stock, and
1st to move at least one set of China.
that would not carry out a package if 4
going to do more than that. Think
0 by moving out one China set. Read
st be sold.
$4..00 Chocolate Sets $3.19
$5.00 Salad Sets--$3.98
$3.00 Salad Sets ....$2.28
many large pieces, for the small sum
hina in Newberry, and the risk of
I have made prices that will make it go.,
you do you will regret it.
is Money Made.
t the Same Price
SNew Ground Floor Studio
un St., on Thanksgiving Day. a'nd have your Family*1
Phtographed in that large operating room, so well
that immense Skylight by Life Long Experienced
alter and Miss T. E. Salter.
Make appointment by 'Phone 358.
those Democrats 1911.
ear on these certified The candidates are assessed as. fol
mitted to vote." lo s
e for the office ofMyo,$0
lerman or for Trus-Alemn$75.'
I Schools in a wadrusedfGaedShos 5
red a mapority ~ of peg ilb acpe r
tion, a second elec-ancaddtuneshepora
ination of Mayor or semn spi ttetm ffln
for Trustee of thehiplde
as the case may be,Maaeswlcalfrbx,tik
Friday, December 1, tanintutostteocef
s; at which second tesceayi h eadadNw
two candidates whobuligothafennprcdn
st votes at the for--ec lcinbtwe .m n
.he respective officces, p .i
; and, provided fur-ByodrfthExcieCom
t tnere should be a te
primary for Mayor(Sge)0B.aer
id Trustees of the Cara,
~ ~zr'Aedermen, $7.50.