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The Movements of Many People,
Newberrians and Those Who
Mr. G. Frank Wearn spent Sunday
in the city.
Prof. N. E. A-ull. of Ilickory. N. C..
is in the city.
Miss Nelive MleFall is spending
several days in Coh-ih;a.
S:enographer '.. M. Long is in the
city for a few days.
Mr. J. T. McCracken is spendIng
a w-:ck at his home at \\hitmire.
-Air. larry \\. Djinick went to
aa on riday t.1 Mx pend several
)ir. Arthur D. Tinuvn:rmian,. i
Dvso!ns. Greew4:tx 1 c,un11tv. wVas7 m*
Newherry last week.
Mr Matt. W. Coleman, of Saluda
county. was in Newberry on Satur
'Mr. Julius B. Boozer, of Columbia.
spent the past severa! days in New
Mr. W. B. Wertz went to Green
ville on Saturday to spend several
day- with his family.
Lambert W. Jones. Esq., went to
Greenville Saturday morning on a
short business trip.
Miss Mannie Bates, who has been
visiting Miss Pauline Gilder, has re
turned to her home in Bat-sburg.
Mrs. Thos. S. Sese accompanied
her husband. Solicitor Sease, to Ne
berry, and is at -Mrs. Glenn's.
Mr. Marvin Lake is in Newberry
on a visit to his mother, Mrs. M. E.
Mrs. Ella Boland and children, of
Columbia. are visiting her father. I
Mr. W. H. Blats.
Miss Edith Duvall. who has been
visifing Miss Marguerite Cromer. has
returned to her home at Cheraw.
Capt. N. B. Mazyck and Miss Kit
tie Mazyck. of Columbia. are visiting
at the home of Mr. 0. McR. Holmes.
Mr. J. C. Summer. who has been
on an extended visit to his father at
Pendleton. has returned to the city.
Dr. W. G. Houseal accompanied
Mr. W. A. Jamie t. Jr.. to Philadel
phia for nedical treatnicnt.
Mrs. James H. M\!cIntosh and chil
dren. of Col:nbia. are visiting Mrs.
Walter H. Hunt. in the city.
Miss Lila Hart has returned to her
home in Laure:s. after an extended
visit to the Misses Evans. in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. .. R. Se>ry. of Cha
pells;. were in the c'ity Sunday and yes
Miss Lily Manfli leaves todayfr
an extenala v:(-: I :riends a- Ii'd
Mir.Ed. i. li ca has retuarn
pi--man exte:'(d... vi<: Charlei
* Miss Florence Ker'un has returned
*to h.er ho-me in '. an. a.. afte
a visit to M.iss Azile Pool.
Mrs. F. A. Schumpert left yester
da for Ba;h. - .
her sis-ter. Mrs. J. WV. Berry. att her
mothe. Nr. G nn tune
tthir he .e
Mr. Clarence '-'ever:0
Mrs. -Cole. L. B'aeandi Mrs. J.
the city schools. who has been at his
home a: Bishoprilie. has been in the
city theC past several days.
Misse3 Myrtie and Bessie Schum
pert ha':e returned to the city aiter
spending several (lays very pleasant
lv with Mrs. Eduard Scholtz. at
Misses Morsie antl Sara H ayes have
returned frpmRidgeway. accompan
ied by Misses Lucile and Clara Booz
er, of Jacksonville. Fla.
Messrs. Roland. WVilmont and
Claude Marshall, of Columbia, are
visiting'at the home of the Rev. Geo.
A. WVright. in the city.
Mrs. 3. C. Mace. who has been visit
ing at the home of Mr. B. F. Griffin,
has gone to Johnston. where she will
Miss Del. Land, of Augusta. stop
ped over in Newberry on her re
turn from Snllivan's island, on a
visit to her sister here. Mrs. John
Mr. G. H. Geiger. a graduate of
Newberry college in the class of 1901
and who is now practicing law in
Anderson. stopped over in Newberry
Sunday on his return to Anderson
..om his hom a St. Matthews.
Mr. Asheley T. St. Amand has been'
appointed railway and express agent
at Old Town and has taken charge of
Mors. E. H. Leslie and children have
been spending several days in Bish
.pville with her husband. \Ir. .. H.
Leslie. andi her brother. AIr. C. C.
Stewart. From 1ishopville they go
to) C wvay t( vi-SIt her uncle. \ir. C.
MR. McLEAN RESIGNS.
Will Accept Agency of Southern
Railway at Union-Mr. J. A.
Burton Temporary Agent.
aLem of the Stouthern railway in
Newherry. and the p,siti(,in will he
1ake iemporar byily Air. Jam-s
..M rt In. wvho hel Id cthe p, s i t io for
imav yvars prior t 1 r. Mlel.can.
i r. le-Ln will go to Union to ac
cept a similiar p(-sition with the
Stuthern. It is a matt-er -f a great
Ieal of regret to the people of New
,)erry that Alr. \lcL.ean has seen ut
to) resign his position here. as he has
many- friends in Newberry. person
ally and in a business relation, who
very much regret to see him leave.
M,r. Burton stated late yesterday
afternoon that he had consented to
accept the agency temporarily. and
that it would in no sense interfere
with his duties as president of the
Carolina Manufacturing company.
For. Obstructing Roads.
Stipervison John \I. Schumpert on
Saturday swore oit a warrant before
Magistrate John H4. Chappell charg
iag Mr. D. G. Livingston. of the Dead
Fall section of the county. with the
11bstruction of a public road.
M.r. Livingston came to Newberry
Sarday and appeared before '\ia
istrate Chappell. and the case was
fxd f-r next week. this week being
c 1rt Week.
The warrant issiled by Supervicor
Schtupert charg:s 'Ir. Livingston
\vth obstructing. on or about the 26th
!f Ju the publlic road known as the
!gins Ferry road. lading from
Ne.wierry to the steel bridge.
Mr. Livin,stcn claims that the road
is on his land and his own private
pr'perty. and that he had a right to
-:ose it. It appears that the fight
will be over !and boiundarie.
Followving is the schedule of cam
uien meeting~s which have been ar
::ted jor this county for the candi
ttes for cotngre~S and slicitor:
Potmaria--Tuesday. A-.gust 2.
rt'..perit-\\-ednesday. August 3.
L 'ng:..h re-Thuirsday. .\ngtst 4.
\\~hitmie--aturday ai ernoon.A
A Pect:liar Accident.
Passee train N.. 4' "n i .
& . road. due at. N ewberry at
-r ha ai h1.- ..n~ Fridlay' by
- -. 7:es ar . :: Ide t uta h
:. h:m in fri m the rack
Death in Sweden.
1 7. . . T. '.arl sn. ,f this city'.
2Sat rday 1 mrning ri ceived the
n.w fthe death of his mother.
Mrs Johanna Lovisa Carison, which
cted aL her home at Oskar
-han. Swveden, *'n the 10th of this
mnth. Mrs. Carlson wvas 61 y-ears
oi ae. The newvs came very un
expctely~ to Mr. Carison, who had
intended going to his native land on
a vsit to his mother in the very near
County Campaign Day.
The harbecue at Newberry on
outy campaign day will be furnish
ed by J. M. Counts. The meeting
wvill be held in the court house.
County Campaign Here.
There seems tot have arisen some
onfusion as to the place where the
ounty campaign meeting in the city
wvill be held. The secretary of the
executive committee. Mr. B. B. Leitz
sey. states that it wvas decided to hold
the meeting at the usuial place which
i the court house, and that no change
has. ye been made.
A FAMILY REUNION.
An Enjoyable Gathering at the Home E
of Mr. an.1 Mrs. J. A. Riser,
of This County.
.At th h1me of Mr. and Nir.T
*1ames.'' .\. isier. 'if this coiunty. quiteu
Al enjy JVable fanilly renniln was held >
Ju lyv 27th.a
()n the 22nd - No-veIber. 187. n
necarly f,trty-seven years a-ri. )t!r.
Riser w.s nnited in hliy matrimny c
I \l. C. Uni-lbv. To this uin
-he . gave eleven children. t wi .
tf wh m di(11 in infan:. :1
)n \\ednesday aE the h m. ,, f \r. I
Riser. the h.,nse in which he himscif c
wast- b-rn. asiembled nie children.
1lleteen grand-children ani ,ne
V1<i si pleasaIllt day.
The fXvii'wing, wh (: e,)nst itlit edi t'le C
faily. were presemi: Nr. and s.
N. ' 1allenint and :even children:
\1r. and 'Mrs. Ernest Shealv and G
:hild: M.\r. and MNrs. John 1. Komn F
111d three children: r. and 'Mrs.
Tohn .\I. Bickley: M1r. A. F. Riser _
single): M\r. Jiel W. Riser and two
:hildren-the wife. owing Iii pres
;ing home duties. was unable to be i
)resent: Ir. and \Ir;. larion Grib- ti
r and four children: M\r. and 'Mrs. C
. David Koon and child: M\r. and i
rs. E. W. Koon and two children:
r. and Mrs. Willie R. Riser. G
Ir. Riser is in his 72nd year and E
Nife in her 66th. Both are real ac
ive and give promise of several years N
et. A long table was made in the
ack vard nder a large oak tree and
t twelve o'clock it was ladened with
nanV go"d things, which cauied it ,
groan because of its biurden: and ,
this all were invited and ate iintil
he inner man was perfectly satistied.
Revs. J. A. Sligh and J. J. Long
vere present and with the family en
oved the occasion most pleasai.ly. 2,
the afternoon before the cr,\wd
lispersed appr(opriate devotional ex- n
rcises were held. p(,rtions iif scrip- T
*re were read and prayer offered by
il;r past41r. and an exceedinly" -
.i'v address was made by their
.ar ld friendl. the Rev. J. A. Sligh.
All T lrned to their homns with
'.de in thir hearls rpn havin
ee privileged bV lIe kind Pr vi
qee B celebrat o i ET an a
~EWBERRY BIBLE SOCIETY. n
'nual Meeting Held in Averleigh
Presbyterian Church on
The amnu:al meeting of the New
wrr Ci:u Bthi ible society was held
Sndav ight in AXvel eigh Presbyt erian I)
:hnr!h. The si ciety is a branch of
ie .\merican Bijblu society. with the I
The meeting wvas called to io rder
:he \-ile-i)residenlt. Mr'. \\~. iiL
a lace, in the abence: of the pres
he folowing iiticers were elected
fr the en ningt year:
President-IDr. E. C. IJones.
\'ice-presidnt --\\. HI. \\-allae
Secr-tary and Tresurer-\\'. G.
>evera. new membiers v:ere rece:v
Thie Sc rn> h wa- n)ruachied by Dr.
ies .\. D)uncani. the a:g:nt of the
C inmia Female olee. who has
been in the city in the intereSt of this
Li :n. I: wats a st ronig sermon
and ejiyed by the congregaonr. r
A\ hist rical address was to have
bhen dleliveredl by Dr. Georg D.P
Cromer, but owing to D)r. Cromer'
absence in attendance upon the Luth
eran synod at New Mlarket. Va. the
address was continned until the next
meeting of the society.
Cheap Rates via C., N. & L. i
The Columbia, Newberry and Lau
rens railroad offers the following
cheap rates to the W\orld's Fair. St.
The following rates from Newber
ry for i5 days from date of sale.
S25.30: for Sixty days. $31.00: for sea
n good to retturn until December
We offer the quickest route to the
great fair via Atlanta. leaving New
)erry at 12:43 p. mn.. arrive St. Louis
the following afternoon at 7:30 p.
Barbecue at Mt. Pleasant.
There will be a first-class barbecue
t . Pleasant campaign day. Au
T. A. Cromer.
usiness Done by Newberry and L
Prosperity Dispensaries During
Month of July.
No(itWiihStaning: the intenscly hi,t
eathcr of July. the dispensarics at !
tewbcrrv and Prosperity have done I
g<id business (luring the past h
Tlhe c(muty bohard met yesterday to %
1eck up the two dispensaries. and
Oud the affairs of both in good
ape. Tlhere was a full meeting f
- h-ard. Afessrs. Jacob Senn. . P.
arni,,i- and T. R. Sciirry being pres
The Newberry Dispensary.
Following is the report of the )i
:. (lone h) the Newherry diepen
.ry Iuring the past month:
'nsumers pricet ........3.5 2.00
iice Price ..........2.700.61
roSS prot.... .. ..-- 802-39
et protits............S 607.40
Tlihe statement of the business dont,
k the Prosperity dispensary during
e past month follows: iv
o nstmers price .. .. .. ..$3.512.0o
ivoice price ..5.........-42.81 i
ross protis....... . ....$172.39
xpenses ..........-.... 85.20 r
et prolts..............$ 87.19 1t
Meteorological Record For July. t
Temperature: Mean maximum.
.2: mean mninimum. 68.4: mean
.S: maximum. 102. on 19th: mini
mn. ;8. on 26th: greatest daily
nge. 3. :
Precipitation: Total. 5.96 inches
reatest in 24 hoirs. 2.62 inches. on
Number of day with .or inches or
ire precipitation. 9: clear. i1. iair
Dat ofCthunder clouds. 12th. 16tlh.
T. 23d. 25th. 27th 28th. 30th. e
W. G. Petersen. V. 0.
Death of a Child.
William )e\itt. infant child of Mr.
div. died onl Saturday. the oith
..:and wtas buried yester(la t
-:w ('1hapel. The funeral service
as conducted by the Rev John T.
I ng.. T'he child wa- tnomtmbs and
.n excurs'itn will be run t'' Ashe
ilL 1w Newberry parties 'n WVed- ,
:-day. August to. The fare '.'ill
: only S2.0o. The train will leave
ewerry at 7:t0 a. mn.. Aagntt to.
tr infirm'at:..n ,e ri write P. F.
axter. J1. Mi:oni D)avis or \!.l .
Barbecue at Mt. Bethel.
The harbe:ue at Mt. Bethel on
ntiv campaignl day. August 17.
. e gie by~ Mes.srs. B. B. iz
Sandl S. T. Cromer. Levi K\ible r
il cook thte meats and A. C. Sligh
ec ,hash. It will bh the 'cae of th
as :id Grat class in every re
-:whberry. S. C.. he eeeuig
e er. Mr0. RietBon r
1)-Mr. V) .\ anor. Mrt.. Dar
F-Mr. M Ria bies. rw. Prp
arter. RichardJColins. Mr. J. W.
ok-e.Mr. L. . Kell. M .C
D-Mr. D. T. Daverp.rt. Cl. Maves.
F-r. .K.MFel. Mrls. Mr. Milr.
J-Ir. E. . Mo. Mienkin Mil.Jee
-Mrs. L.oE.heplly P.
-Mr. XE. . Styros. M . MayeJ.
ir. R . MFuel Sars. ary File.
T-MrJ. H. Mor. Tiso Andider
N-Miss lle Nane. Miss Ann
S-Mrte. Wm . WSl. rls r .J
Persons calling for these letters
illlease say th.ey were advertised.
C. J PurceiL. v
Items From Beth Eden.
Refreshing showers have come at
ist an1d cr')ps and gard:e-: ar- imI
N.r C. C. Sligh _pent -eteras -.ays
.\r. :m .l M rJ. . \\'h e. wh,
Lr bein Visitilg at lr,. Lizzie
lawnkin-'. have returned t their
-me at Blacksburg.
M ary Crf,ier !yLs a week
ith her friendi. Mi,-, Niattie Lee
Sii..s .\n a kclle li .h1ha been
-n at! Mir. Charlifn Cr m '.
b i.\lggie Bnn1Mer. If Due \\'et.
at --r . 1 .izziv i mk in
Ali-- C rimie C' eid. who has been
-e 1 , 11 : We k .I th typhOi
.r. i-. imp ..vin . in.r. Fannie
eild hatS ieVer niow.
I1rs. 1. \\ CaltdwL - vi- ting her
r. Mrs. I'a:niv C :ield.
V r. Hen1rv lirock -:i-ited relatives
3 rs. J. o. ominick ani children.
Pvent this XeCk at her fatler's.
Mr. and Trs. 1. ,. Colield. o;
VIitmire. visited their dlaughter.
Irs. S. A. Teter. on Saturday.
The agents ftor a hxtire to put
n Wells have been in this commun
Lv this week and some of the neigh
ors can now have an abundance of
At the solicitation of her friends.
rs. S. A. Jeter has been induced to
esume her duties in the school room.
he will go from her home and teach
le school at Cromers next session.
Miss Annie Suber has ieen elected
> teach the school at Beth Eden.
One of the npst encouraging signs
f [he times is the number of small
hildren seen at chtrcl-. A number
I years ag it as thought that a
vidy coal not carry th. little nec
to the hG.Lse f Gmi unliess he
aI a ncgro o uzrse them and rather
n g' t, this trouble the little ones
ere (ften left at Ihwoie. Now we
re freein ourselveS in this d -
etd(eCe u11)pi th, negr ani y u
av .;:e the best nf motherz at
ttrch v;ti their babes in their'arms.
!vrians freedom is this! Tha'
athlics say give them a chi1l uintil
i.s -ix Vear. I Old and i n l and
1: was my phasre 'n Sunda t
te service--: at Ki's Creek and
e tw. impreive W,ermnS
rom the splendid. earnl. \ 1"tg
niser. Mr. Chas '1 M. yd H
Policemfani S. G. Carter received a
elepht ne message trom Mr. WV. R.
> at- Channeils. last week.
tating that he had some cattle stolen
omn his pasture. and asking that a
ktut be kept for them if brought
Ne.berry. Mr. Reid sta:ed his
sees as one white and red spotted
0w. with both ears split, no horns
ne wite cow. with red on the legs.
tg horns. and two little red bulls.
Mr. Reid sai he had no clue what
ver as to those who stole the cattle.
at that he wvas under the impression
heat they had been brought towards
A LESMAN WANTED: '.ant a
- -t-caSS sale5tta2. ' e wh' ha.
had '-.me experience in selling
Shoe'. H1at-. Pants a~d M1en'. I
cshIn g goods (i:. One who is wtll
i to give all of his time to the
htsie.SS of the store a.nd who is
nm af raid of work. Avtplv in per
mo tr by letter t' A. C. Jones.
Newberry. S. C.. Atugust t. tQO4
AVE ON HAND A LOT OF
the good dry luimber which I am
ow ready to dAlilver. Address me
at Newberry R. F. D. No. 4.
W.T I. Herbert.
/ONEY TO LOAN--We negotiate
loans on improved farm lands at
sven per cent. interest on amounts
over one thou.sand dollars, and eight
per cent. interest on amouints less
than $1,00o. Long time and easy
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter.
OUNTY CAMPAIGN 2IEETTNG
-The county campaign meeting on
lie .7th of A\ugtist will be held in
li court house. Through consent of
lie chairman of the committee the
>arcuie will be furnished by
T. M. Counts.