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, . H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice.at New
aerrv. S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Tuesday, November 0, 1906.
THE STEEL BRIDGE ROAD.
The Herald and News has fiequent
ly called attention to the condition o
the roads in this county and it, is no
done for the purpose of criticisin.,
the stpervisorl or anly onle Colnectei
with road wor.k.
We have especially called the at
tviltionl of1 the businless menIl of,Ne
eirY to the roal hrom Newberry ti
the steel bridge, and the advantage i
would bo to our merchants to put tha
road in good condition. We lav(
stated that it would pay the town o
Newberr to ilnvest loui or Ii\v(
thonsaind dolli's ill llaking this 1
fiis( vlass 1oad. We desire to Iepeal
this stitvilemet and 1) urge 1upon oti
buisinless men,it anld especially oun
1mnh11bel. of Coi leIerce. the imporlt
IInCe of looking into this matter.
Th'le people onl fihe sahlla side have
W 1w l dw th mri:l leadinll" t ro 1*- h<l fi
stuel brifi-e, 111d we 1are fold that1 il
is now ill good condition. This see.
tionl of, Saliuida county is one of the
most fertile seetiols of South Care
lina, and the farmers ire all prosper
o1s. They prefer to g their eot.
toin to Newbery and to do their traid
ilg lhere, but we were tolJ by onle til
olher11 day, who had cOm1e sonme tAweTl
-iy-five miles, that if' the Newherry
people did not. appreeiate (heir trade
nivy m,ore, or a1t has suff1iielntly to
put. the r-oad frt-oim Nvwhvi-iv to tle
steel bi.e in .!-",od e(oidition, that
he would seek anoUher market, and he
is not alone ini this posil ion. h'llie road
from here to tle sleel bridge II
manly piives is in a very had Condition
nld of coirlse tile whole road 1mu1st le
Imleasired liby Ihe vorst places inl the
'Ve atinot mindistand the apparent
indifference of' (tiur- business mneni and
especially our Chalbmbei of Commerev
to tIe importanee of lookinig after
this parlt-icular road. Certainly they
do not. realize the aiount of trade
that Newherry draws from Saluda,
anld they miust, come aeross this road
in order to get. to Newberry.
We do not mean by whAtissaid here
to Militniize the iimaportince of having
all of the r-oads to Newberry inl good
condition. They should ill he work
ed, and the people in the couitry and
the people in tle town should renlize
the impo-talnce of' bilildillg soille roads
inl this eoliuty, but inl fhis particular
Case tie town of Newberry draws a
arge propol'tiom of its (rade floiml Sa
lda and that is the reason we insist
that tle lown of Newhei-ry will show
its appreciation of Ilhis vahiable trade
iy getting acive ald bsy in I'ega I'd
to thiis parit icular' roaid, whiceh is oly
ine miles long.
Genieral eletio'ns art' being hield iln
nearly all of' the stautes inl thle Union
todaly, liut imost. inter'est cenlter'e
arountild the New Yoik contest. Every
biody ill is stalte0 shouild go to the~
polils and east his vote.
Tht I erald 1and( New's has addei
quite a1 munber)0l ot new sublscr'iien
to its list du ring the last, few~ weeks
but there is still r'oomi for a f'ew miore
801nd us~ youri nam andul'h post o ffici
aiddress aind let us senid you the paper'
Commiiissionier'~u Wts~on it lie doesn'
mind will become a r'ival oif the mar
inlg very likely eethlipses ainyt hiin
that t his mallgistra'lte ever'i accomuiplisl
Much('l interiest seemsil to cet<
a round thIe arriiviil of I le immnigrai
ship, Wit tekind(, in Charleston 0
Snd(ay. From thle published st ait
mienits, we did not observe t hat an
of the immlligr'ants are hecadedl towai
N4ewberrmy. One of' the most perple:
ing queistionis before the farmers t<
da~y is the labor' qulestion anid if thes
immigr'ants will assist ill the solutio
of this quest ion, the wisdom of lh
establishment of the bureau of imm
gration will be demonstrated.
Two Sales by Officers of Court
Sales by Private Parties.
There were very few legal sales o
Monday by the officers of court. Tk
master had only two sales advertisee
In the caise of Oaffney againm
Gaffney, one aero on Tiger river we
' bought in by H. C. Holloway, attoi
uney, for $100.00.
In the casie of Oeorge Johnston
and J..F". J.'Caldwoll against -Andrei
Kinaird and others, a tract of land I1
.o 10 Township was bought in by thi
plaintiffs for $500.
The probate judge of Lauren
through Judge Wilson, of Newberry
in the case of Peterson, adininistrato
against Peterson, sold six(y-eight an
one-ialf acres in No. 6 Township
the Speer land-to B. Y. Abrams fo
$1100.00. These were the otl
sales by the officers of court.
John W. McCullough's home trac
near Colony church was bid in by ti
heirs at $3000.00.
The Carolina Manufacturing Con
panyl's lot inl the City of Newberi
was Sold Itl, private sale to the diree
tors for $7700.00.
The hleirs at. law of G. M. Bower4
dvecased, sih thle followiig tracts it
No. 9 Townshiip:
64 1-4 acrvs, M. (. Shelcv, $2000.00
-11 1-2 acres, Al. G. Sheely, $1125.00
97 acres, Mrs. G. W. Bowers
Reflections of a Bachelor.
Some boys,; arc so naturally souml
tey have plain sense even after 1
WheI a man111 has lived long enougl
ill a flat lie kind of looks forward t<
iurgatoryN, tle way it scoolboy doe:
A girl w%.ho is too delica(e to sweel
it hiall rug i can dance seveitevn iile:
at a hall and then want to walk homc
wvitli o(e of her partners.
True love doesn't ithrive well in v
Nearly all husbands and wives ar
in the maytyr class.
Uncle 'Sai's largest burying groounn
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Not ice is hereby given that. the in
dersilnied will, ol the 6t i day o"f De
elmbe.. 19001, make h final settlement
fi lh e estate of' Mzr Jonles. formerly
Ilary Caldwell, and will immediat.ely
Ihereafter apply the Judge of Pro
hate fm' let,ters of disilissory as gruar
dian of said minor.
Robert T. Caldwell,
STA'E OF SUOTI CAROLINA,
COU14TY OF NEWHER?RY.
BY Johnt C. Wilson, Esquire, Probate
WHElEAS Silms G. Brown hiath
made suit to me, to grant him Letters
of Administration of the Estate of
and effects of T. J. Brown.
THESE ARE THEIEFORE to cite
and admonish all and singular the
kindred and Creditors of the said T.
J. Brown deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Newberry on
November 10th next after publication
thereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have, why
tile said AdWIinistrationl s1lould not he
(111VEN under my Iland, this 3rd
day of November. Ailno Domini, 1906.
. C. Wilson.
J. P. N. C
We Do I
That there is another s
not a few odds and er
profits and cash busirn
'vantage. Low prices
Be fair to yourself and
Week before last I didn't
.Iproved upon, but the week j
- means the best selections ar
25 pieces Broadcloth, the
IAll 65c., 75c. and 89c. Di
|door, your choice this week I
| 36 Inch
SWe place on sale five pie
match it in any retail store f
eone dress to a customer for
Silk sold around town, for rr
e |kind. Don't be misled, cor
25 pieces A. C. A. Bed Ticking wor
n' Growth in years and experlenee a
* tunities that are beyond the grasp o
Buying and selling more Millinery
money down we naturally sell Millin
EARHARDT & WELL
And an Exceptionally
THE PLAY THAT 1
A Literary Gem and a I
with Wit, Complicati
Seats on S
EARHARDT & WELL!
A Study of Love
By His Nov
Seats on Se
took in the State thai
ids the wh.ole stock,
ess enabling us to di
for your success for i
investigate our woni
s Goods WP
hink my Dress Goods bu.
1st past broke the record.
Ld best values.
$1 .25c. kind, just to make t
DRESS GOODS STUNPN
ess Goods pied on a big tal
or 49c. yard.
Black Taffeta !
:es 36 inch Black Taffet:
or less than $1.25 yd. For
89c. yd. Don't compare tU
Ly 69c. Silk will match the (
Le direct to Mimnaugh's.
hb 20c. yd., for t.his week's quick s<
ent of H andsor
kda wisdom in buying and brings to
f small merchants.
than any other two stores in Ne
ary aswell as Dry Goods and Shoes
S, LESSEES AND MANAGERS
Strong Company in the Brilliant
OOK NEW YORK BY STORM.
)ramatic Masterpiece, ScintillatinE
ons and Ludicrous Situations.
in. Nothing but Praise,
ale at City Cafe.
, LESSEES AND MANAGERS.
,S DIXON, Jr.
F "THE CLANSMAN."
S HIS NEW PLAY
and Socialism, Suggested
el of Same Name.
de at City Cafe
affords in such manner tri
from a paper of pins up, iP
scount every bill is our way
is. We have planned for c
hirl. A Shc
nes could be im The man v
Such selling simply the birds. If
Shoes and a
ings lively 79c. yd. stock to rsee
240 pairs Me
>le as you enter the 120 pairs Me
120 pairs Me
3ilk. 300 pairs La
i. Silk. You can't 200 pairs La
this week's selling, 120 pairs La<
uls with the 100 cts Whherethe
ther fellows csollarar y
You have of te
Taker. willifind my pric<
3lling 12 1-2c. the yard. Sto headquarter
8 bales White H<
ne Cloaks. 5bfu1loltgos
50 full bolts stan
us Cloak Bargain oppor. 2 cases Mon's he
but they are yc
50 rios. Men's he:
25 pieces good he
n~200 pairs good he
wherry, and paying my 50 paifrs 11-4 E~lk
, cheapet than the other Tret heaMi
O - 0 CD
Moved to Ne
For 10 days we will
Shine with every S
Hair Cut. Everythir
Our motto, cleanline
the two essential poit
teed or money back.
New Building, Lc
ng it All
ading opportunities as ti
olds our values that ai
of store keesping and it
~ne of the biggest week's
e Store with a
rho invests his money in poor Shc
you buy your Shoes at Mimnaugi
guarantee wlth every pair, and a f
i's Brogan Shoes, $1.25 and $1.
n's Brogan Shoes, $1.50 and $1.
n's fine Sunday-go-to-meeting Sh<
n's fine Sunday-go-to-meeting Sh
dies' fine Sunday-go-to-meeting E
dies' fine Sunday-go-to-meeting S]
lies' fine Sunday-go-to-meeting S
re's so much smoke there's bound
u had better go.
i heard, "Look before you leap.'' My wari
,s lower than anywhere else. Don't be stol
Arberry Mills White Homespun, 8 cents kini
>mespun, as a leader this week 4 1-2 cents y
I heavy Outing, the 7 1-2c. kind for 4 cents
lard Pereales, the 10 cents kind, for 7 1-2 c
ivy fleeecd Shirts and Drawers the 50c. kin
>ura this week for 89o, a garment.
ivy Canton Flannel Drawers, the 86e. kind,
avy Buckskin Jeans, 85o. kind, for 25 eents
avy Blankets, instead of $1.50, for this we
in North Carolina Wool Blankets, $8.00 kin
naugh policy, to sell as I buy.
leece Canton Flannel, the 15 cents kind for
CD Sap or
g D n Wad clean
"1 0 (D
OWER CO1 4
give free one Shoe
have, Shampoo or
ig new and clean.
ss and good work,
its. Work guaran
wer Main St.,
Newberry, S. C.
lose to be found here
-e unmnatchable small
works to mutual ad
selling of the season.
es might as well throw it to
i's you are certain of leather
Ifteen thousand dollar Shoe
35 kind, here goes 98c. pr.
75 kind, here goes $1.25 pr.
>es, $2.00 kind $1.49 pr.
oes, $2.50 kind $1.98 pr.
thioes, $1.25 kind 98 cts. pr.
soes, $2.00 kind $1.49 pr.
hoes, $2.50 'kind $1.98 pr.
to be fire; where the best
ling is, look before you buy and you
>ped by the way side. Come direct
I for 6 eta. yard
i1. I'm not retiring from business,
for 19c. pair.
[i for' $5.00.
mnly 90. yard.