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The Movements of Many People,
Newberrians and Those Who
Miss Essie Pearson, of the St.
1hilip's community spent Saturday
and Sunday with Iher parents, Mr. and
Xrs. G. W. Pearson.
Mrs. W. B. Oxner and cahildren, of
Maybinton, spent Saturday and Sun
-day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Pearson.
Rev. N. N. Burton resigned as pas
tor of West End Baptist church on
last Sunday to go into effect Decem
ber ist. We regret very much to
lost Mr. Burton from Newberry. He
has made many friends since his so
journ among us.
There will be a meeting of the
Daughters of :he Confederacy this
afternoon at 4 o'clock with Miss Liz
President J. A. B. Scherer, of New
berry college. returned yesterday
morning from Savannah, Georgia, and
Charleston. He spent several days
last week in Orangeburg county,
where he enjoyed some fine sport
in hunting and shooting.
Mayes' Book store has a full.line of
box-paper, tablets, envelopes, pencils,
pens, ibags, twine; in fact, stationery
of every description, which will be of
fered to merchant's at very low
wbolesale prices. Anyone desiring
anything in that line' will do well to
get prices on it before buying else
Newberry Savings bank stock sold
a7 auction on Monday at $119, par
Newberry Cotton mill stock sold
_yesterday at $IIo, par value $100.
7Death Of Miss Mary Hiller.
'iss Mary Hiller, daughter of Mr.
-and Mrs. B. B. Hiller, died .at their
tome in this city yesterday afternoon
it -three o'clock. She had been in ill
lsalth for some time and confined to
fer bed for about six weeks. She was
fyears of age.,
Auneral at the Lutheranchrh#i
a#ternoon at three o'clock. Ttrmn
A!b 44A E'ditr o'f 'te Herald and
Nfews: AnoMrim ikindly tVo say
Abrot1g your vey valuable paper tlhat
*e Rev. B.' Levister, A.- M., pastor
i the B.eth,ldemn Baptist church .will
.be ,forimally installed on Sunday, the
27tih of November. There will be
t&hree services on 'that day at our
.church-uI a. in., 2 p. mn. -and 8 p. m.
These services will be conducted by
the Rev. R. Kemp, D. D., Oharleston,
S. IC., the Rev. E. D. White, D. D.,
znissionary of the Baptist State Coni
ventdon, (colored) of South Carolina
During the whole week previous
to :his Sunday meetings each night
-will be held 'at -the church, conducted
Iby Dr. emp. On. Friday, Novem
iber 24, 1905, D.r. Kemp .will address
the ~Min~is:cers and Deacons' union a-t
10 a. 'in., 'which -will be in session .at
~that time. Great preparation -is beingI
1nade for the success of that week of
'services. It will be surely one of the
greatest weeks in the history of theI
church. 'B. F. Neely.
~Lettcers remain-ing in the postoffice
at Newberry for week ending Novem
'ber 4, 1905
B-Johnie Baxter, Elliot Boozer,
~Mrs. Ellen Boyd, Miss Maggie Brown,
H. B. Boozer, Miss Jessie Burton.
T)-J. R. Davis.
E-Miss Beularh .Eduards.
'--Mrs. Elizzie Gray, Pardee Geary.
H-Miss Bessie Hawkins.
M-Miss Mary May, Mr. J. Moons,
P-F. A. Paysinger.
-R-Jerry Rice, Miss Gora Ruff.
S-4Tom Sheley, Johney Strother,
J. F. Suber.
'W--Wade Washington, Miss Lilla
Wicker, Miss Essie Wilson.
Persons calling for these letters will
please say they were advertised.
Ohas. J. Purcell,
Death of Mrs. Swindler.
Mrs. Elizalbeth Swindler died yes
THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY.
Ccildren's Day Observed-An Auto
mobile In Town-Second
Growth of Horse Apples.
Prosperity, November 6.-Rev.
Richard Gallman sent to your cor
respondent -a twig with half a dozen
or more second growth -apples nearly
half grown. They are of the variety
known as horse apples. He asks
wihat was the meaning. Did it mean
progress on the part of the fruit -Lrees.
I told him I could only see that it
meant a late fall. What say you, Mr.
Mr. J. C. H. Rauch, of Saluda, was
on our streets .on Saturday. He re
ports a considerable quantity of grain
being already sown despite the dry
season. There is a good quan,tity be
ing sown in this section.
Miss Richie, of Columbia, S. C., who
has been sick for some time concluded
to try the balmy air of the country.
Comfortably fixed on a cot in an auto
mobile her brother passed through
Prosperity Saturday. It was a novel
sight to the crowd in town, many of
whom -had never seen an automobile.
She is now with her sister, Mrs. Pres
ton Cannon, of New Chapel.
.Children's day was observed by
Grace church and Sunday school on
Sunday. The offerings for the year
by the Children's Missionary society
of the church is in excess of $40.00.
'Tlhis Sunday school gave a beauti
ful memorial window to the firsr Eng
lish Lutheran church of Atlanta.
Spedon, the impersonator and cari
caturist, will be the next Lyceum
attraction. He will be with us on
Thursday, November 9.
Owing to your -correspondents 'ab
sence at -synod he will not have a let
ter on Friday. Come -down, Mr. Edi
tor, and go with us to synod. This is
the old home church of both. Lets go
down and mingle with -thte friends and
asscia:tes of our boyhood days.
Mr: L. S. Bowers informs your cor
respondent that the Pasteur institute,
of Atlanta,.is at work on the head of
te 4.dog ki4led' and forwarded there
Friday ai. that. i'n a .few days he
wll know t1h result and *know. i.f
it will ibe necessary 'to take 'the two
chidren bitfferi to Atlanta for treat
'Mrs. C. M. Harmon twill entertain
he Sorosis en Fridayr aftern'oon in
honor of Miss Miaymne Jordan,. of
Winnsboro. mhe subject study is the
1.Poets of the Noth, Miss Lula
2. Selection, Miss Marie Reagin.
3. Poets 'of the Sou.th, Mrs. F. E.
4. Selection, Mrs. C. M. Harmon.
The Jol.ly Dozen had quite an en
joyable time last F'riday even'ing, at
which time 'they .were delightfully en
tertained by Miss Bessie Bowers.
Rev. H. 'C. Grossman an'd wife, of
Wahalla, will be guests of your cor
respondent during synod. Rev. Gross
mn is a jolly Pennsylvania D-utch
man, a wholesouled man and a good
Rev. C. E. Weltner, of Augusta, Ga.,
will preach in Grace church on next
Sunday morning. There 'will also be
services at night.
Rev. Mr. Kreps held a Reformation
service Sunday night and gave some
of the results of tihie great refsormation
of the 16th century.
West End News.
Mrs. W. R. Casey is visiting .'her
daughter, Miss Alice Casey, of West
Ward five 'has now four candidates
for alderman. There will probably
one or two more come out. We ex
pect to 'have a lively time on 'the 28th.
Misses Nora Ballard and Hattie
Porter of Whi-tmire, spent Saturday
and Sunday 'with Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Thmas, of West End.
Mir 3. B. Bouknight and family will
move to Little Mountain this week.
Rev. N. N. Burton has resigned as,
pastor of the West End Baptist
church. WVe are sorry to lose 'this
good Christian gentleman from our
little village. ,He ihs been with us
We received news from Clinton that
two of the overseers of the Clinton
mills were severely cut last week. .The
cause leading up to this affair, we
are uabet gie. West End.
THE CHRYSANTHEMUM FAIR.
A Decided Success-The Net Receipts
A very delightful entertainment
was given Thursday and Friday even
ings, November n4-d and 3rd, by the
Ladies Aid society of the Presbyter
ian church of this city. It was de
nominated a chrysanthemum sihow
and trades display, -and well deserved
that .sobr'ique for the show of the
beautiful face flower in all its glory,
the chrysanthemum, was exceedingly
fine and reflected added lustre to the
already excellent taste and judgment
of the lovers and growers of this ex
quisite flower. 'Tihe trades display of
quite a number of enterprising mer
chants of Newberry was elaborate,
each booth having been beautifully
decorated, and contained the wares
of the proprietors, sales 'having bee,n
made, and a per cent on same donated.
to -the ladies for the prosecution of
their good purposes. All in all, it
was yhoroughly enjoyable festival, and
netted rhands-ome receipts.
The awards were as follows: The
best specimen of a white chrysonthe
mum, Mr. F. G. Spearmon; for the
specimen in color, Mr. J. W. Chap
pell; for best collection, Mrs. R. D.
Smith; for vase cut flowers, other
than chrysa-nthemums, Mrs. Culp, of
The lovely girls and charming mes
dames of Newberry served refresh
ments .and added grace to 'the occa
sion by their winsome smiles and
Thanks From The Ladies.
Th'e ladies of 'the Presbyterian
c'hurch desire through this medium to
return their most grateful tihanks to
each and everyone, Who in any way,
helped them at their Chrysanthemum
show. The generosity of the mer
chants and ohers enabled tihe ladies
to make of this entertainment what
every one pronounded it-a great suc
cess. To enumerate each one who
contributed to it, Would take up too
much space, so we just send to all our
'The 4nasrter sold only two small
traets of land on yesterday but they
In dhe case of $chumnpert against
Shealy, 72 acres near Little Mountain
to C. N. Shiealy for $2,150-.
In thecase of Harmon against Har
m'on 76 acres near St. Luke's were
sold to Dr. G. B. Bowers for $1,275.
J. 0. Moore arrd W. L. Gibson, ex
ecutors, sold 45 acres in No. g .to Dr.
J. J. Dominick for $880.
The Prosperity school association
property was bought by Dr. G. Y.
Hunter and A. G. Wlise for $1,5oo.
Death Of Mr. C. S. Johnston.
~C. S. Johnston 'died at 'his iome in
No. 7 townsthip on the night of the
5th instant of malarial haematuria. He
leaves a wife and child. Burial ser
vices and interment yesterday at 11
Capital stock paid in
Surplus .. -
Deposits . . -.
We do business cn bi.
We extend every co
with safe and sound ba
Four per cent. paid c
JAS. McINTOSll, J. E. NO]
Death of Mr. Mally Shealy.
On Sunday morning Mr. Mally
Shealy died at the home -of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat W. Shealy, in
No. 9 township aged 17 years. Ty
phoid -fever is a dread monster and
our sympathies go out to the bereav
ed parents in this hour of their sor
Interment was had at M'. Olivet
yesterday morning at io o'clock.
(Corrected by Nat Gist.)
Middling ..-..0...---...--- 3-4
Strict middling ...........-10 7-8
Good middling ..............II
NOTICE-A tonic which is not pleas
ing to the taste, lacks at leasc one
great virtue-Shaw's Pure Malt is de
licious. For sale at the Dispensary.
Have you tried it? Cleans everything.
15 cents a can at Wm. Johnson's.
on all classes
We are prepared
to serve,you at
all times. We
can care for YOUR
cotton -in. open
yar-d, on river,
banks and un
der sheds on
Fidelity and ju
dicial Bonds also
written at lowest
-y, S. C.
. . . 25,000.00
. . 235,000.00
in deposits in Savings
ire Proof Vault.
IWOOD, W. C. TYREE,
Cahir. Asst Cashier.
THE SESSIONS COURT.
Convened Yesterday Morning, Judge
The court of general sessions for
Newberry county convened yesterday
morning, Hon. R. Withers Memming
er, of Charleston, presiding. This is
Judge Meminger's first appearance in
Newberry. He is carrying forward
the business of thec ourt rapidly, and
his decisions are clear and prompt.
Solicitor CQo.per was present and
ready for duty when the court con
Several indictments were handed
out to the grand jury by the solicitor.
Judge Memminler charged' the
grand jury both as to their general
and specific duties, stating, however,
as this was the third term of court he
felt it unnecessary to go over in detail
the general duties devolving upon. a
grand jury. The grand jury's duty,
however, was ot a two-fold character,
to exercise a general supervision over
che affairs of the county, and upon all
bills handed out by the solicitor.
Judge Memminger then took up sepa
rately the bills handed out by the so
lici:or. clearly and concisely explained
the methods of investigation to be
pursued in regard to e'ach.
Shortly after the grand jury retired
ihe court receded from business until
3 o'clock in the afternoon, yesterday
being salesday and the sales being
held on the court 'house steps at 12
True bills against Robt. Porterfield
for violation of the dispensary law
were returned in tw,o eases.
The Children Extend Welcome.
Interesting exercises were held by
the children of the 'Church of the Re
deemer, Rev. Wi. L. Seabrook, pastor,
on last Sunday afternoon. An ap
propriate address of welcome was
read by Miss Frances Seabrook, re
sponded to' by Miss Lucile Efird, of
Mrs. C. E. Weltner, of Augusta,
Ga _nsig a silver dollar for illustra
t1Qn..gave,t-he ildrien some interestc
ing and useful information about. the
coin, of its realm, the- age of its mint
age, the eagle, tihe king of birds, "Lib
erty," "E pluribus un-umn" "In God we
trust," 'the bundle of arrows in the
eagle's claws denoting speed and di
rectness, and -other lessons drawn
from the silver dollar interspersed
with sweet advice, made the lecture
quite ,int.eresting. The songs by -lhe
c'hildren were delightful.
Mr. Wesson Declines.
I desire to rthank my friends who
have nominated me as a candidate
for alder.man from Ward five and wish
to say that I sincerely appreciate their
confidence in me by so doing. How
ver, for reasons best known to my
self I decline to make the race. Again
thanking my frienfis, I remain,
Ohas. R. Wesson.
The formal opening of the woman's
convention of the Lutheran synod
was held Sunday nig!h't in t'he Church
of the Redeemer. An appropriate ad
dress of welcome was delivered by
Mrs. S. L. Powell on behalf of the
ladies an~d friends of the congregation.
This was responded to by Mrs. M. 0.
J. Kreps, of Prosperity, whose natural
and unaffected grace and dignity,
charming language and exquisite de
livery won the appreciation of the en
The missionary address was deliv
ered 'by Rev. L. G. M. Miller, D. D.,
whose valuable work in this branch.
of the church's work is known all
over the southern Lutheran -church.
His -address 'was plain, practical, yet
abounding in many suggestions of
Everybody For The Circus.
T'.he 'C. N. & L. railroad will run an
excursion to Columbia Thurs-day, No
vember the 9th, in order -to give cir
casJoving people an opportunity to
go. to Ringling Bros. great show.
Ti:e train 'will leave Newberry at
the usual time, 8:35 and arrive in Co
lumbia at 1o-3o; returning, leave Co
lumbia at 6:oo p. m.
The following special rate for the
round 'trip thas been made:
Tittle Maounncin, $T.T5