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The Movements of Many People,
Newberrians and Those Who
Miss Edith Henderson left yester
.ay for Mt. Pleasant to resume her
-school duties in the Rutherford
Judge 0. L. Schumpert has returned
Hon. John D. Chappelman of Char
leston visited his two sons at the col
lege on Saturday last returning home
Mr. Thad W. Dreher of Selwood
was in town Saturday.
Miss 'Georgia Hogrefe of Augusta,
'Ga. is on a visit of a few days to the
family of Rev. Dr. Hallman.
Miss Neville Pope after a visit to
Cokesbury, Greenwood and Abbe
-iHle, has returned home.
Mrs. 0. McR. Holmes will efiter
laiu the Fornightly Club This :i;rn
ing and the Card Club on Friday af
]fiss Bettie Land, of Augusta, Ga.,
arrived yesterday to spend the win
-wr with Mrs. Jno. M. Kinard.
Miss Neville Pope will entertain
*e Shakespeare Clulb on Thursday
Tlhe Misses Brown of Newnan,
Ga., are the guests of The Misses Mar
Mrs. D. S. Pope and Mrs. Ann. H.
-Jeter,of Colunbia, S. C., are expect
-4ed Friday to visit Mrs. Y. J. Pope.
Mr. G. F. Wearn has returned to
-&e city and will remain for several
Mr. W. B. Seabrook left yesterday
lor Spartanb.urg wh-ere he has accept
-ed a postion with Court Srenographer
L L. Motte.
Mr. Charles Seabrook leaves today
lor Norfolk, Va., where he will ac
'cept a position in the office 'of Breeze
& Mitohell, architects.
Mrs. M. S. Habenicht, and Mrs. F.
VA Seegers, of Columiya, who have
7been in attendance upon tie W'oman's
Mission,ary convention in the ciry, re
-turned to their homes on Saturday.
o. Miss Cora L. Dominick is visiting
,'relatives and friends in Lexington
Miss Amelia Habenic'ht .returned on
'Saturday to her home in Columbia af
'ter a pleasant visit to friends in New
.:berry du'ring tihe pastr week.
Miss Sue. Swittenberg, of Little
'Mountain, who qhas been visiting
Misses Gertrude, ana Elise Gaillard
'in Newberry hias re~turned to her home
.at Little Mountain.
/Mrs. Geo. S. Mower and Mr. Mc
"'Rardy Mower are expected 'home this
Dr. and Mrs. E. P. McClintock left
-yesterday for Columbia, where Dr.
'McClintock goes for rest and treat
Judge R. W. Memmringer and So
licitor R. A. Cooper passed through
N~evirberry on Sunday en i-oute f?or Sa
~Mrs. ~J. H. West and Mrs. WV. H.
~H'nt -are the delegates ffom the First
'Bap~tist -Ehurdhi of Newberry to the
State convention of the WVoman's
'Mlissionary convention to meet in
ennettsville this week. Mrs. West
:Mft yesterday. Mrs. Hunt 'could not
'Mr. W. B. Seabrook acted as court
senographer at Gaffney las-t week
an'd gave entire satisfaction.
Rev. J. D. B'owles, of Coronaca
wh'o has been attending the Lutheran
~Syned is spending a few days inl New'
berry with relatives and friends.
V ANID A
Mr. J. B. Leonhardt who has been
nominated for alderman from Ward
3 begs to decline.
Mr. T. S. Hudsion is nominated for
alderman from Ward 5.
Mr. J. R. Thornton 'is nominated for
a'lerman from WTard 4.
Moses Dre)her, an escaped convic1
Trom The Lexington county chair
-gang wa's captured last week near Lit'
'ie Mountain by Geo. C. Merchant and
delivered to Sheriff Buford. He was
taken back,to Lexington on Saturday
He had only about eight more weeks
o serve.. . ..
'The 'county teachers association wil
4ave a meeting in Boundary s'treel
School building next Saturday. At
address will be made by Supt. E. L
Hghes of Greenville. It is. espec'
ally .desiredc that all tihe teachers o:
tbe county be present.
Mimnaugh's is the biggest ant
.s.eat senre in town by long odds
TRUE BILL IN BLEASE CAS'E.
Court In Saluda Convened Yesterday
Morning--The Blease Case May
Special to The Herald and News.
Saluda, November 13.-The court tof
general sessions convened here this
morning, Judge R. W. Memminger
Considerable interest is centered
around the case of thie State vs Sena
tor Eugene S. Blease charged with
murder. The facts of the homicide
are still fresh in the memory of the
public. It will be remembered that
in -he summer Sen-ator Blease shot to
death Joe Ben Coleman, 'his brother
in-law. He immediately gave himself
up to the sheriff and a few days later
was admitted ro bail. This is the first
term of the court since the homicide.
Senator Blease is defended by the
entire Saluda bar, while Solicitor
Cooper is assisted in the prosecution
by Solici.tor Thos. S. Sease of Spartan-.
The grand jury this morning
brought in a true bill.
It is rumored this afternoon that
the state will make .a motion for a
change of venue but at this writing
no notice of such intention ha; ben
served upon the defend'ant or his at
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Magistrate Cannon G. Blease is in
Saluda this week in attendance upon
the sessions coirt there, and has ar
ranged with Magistrate B. B. Hair, of
Prosperity, to be in Newberry and to
attend to all business for him demand
ing attention before his return.
Interesting Service at Aveleigh.
Very impressive and interesting
services were held Sunday in Avele'gh
Presbyterian church, the pastor
preaching b-iore a lirge congregation
ion the exalted office of deacoi, as
maintained by the Preslbyterians,
scripture w;-rrant being found in Acts
4, 1-8, these passages forming the taxt.
It was a splendid exposition full of
exhortation and good .counsei. At the
close of the.sermon the following gen
tlemen were regularly ordained and
installed deacons by the laying of
hands of the session, they having
been elected by the congregatilon a
few weeks ago: Messrs. Ha'skell
Wright, W. A. McSwain and Dr. W.
E. Peiham, Jr.
Death of Mrs. John Cousins.
Mrs. John Cousins 'died at the home
of her son M. Lmther Cousins on Sun
day last'and was buried at Ebenezer
church on yesterday. She was about
65 years old-ripe and ready for the
The following jurors were drawn
for the civil court beginning on the
27th to serve for one week:
J. C. Kinard.
W. B. Boinest.
T. W. Abrams.
J. D. Moore.
G. Fred Smith.
J. B. Leonhardt.
R. J. S.toudenmneyer.
J. F. Lr.minick.
.Robt. G. Ringer.
C. H. Cannon.
Joseph W. Epting.
Thos. J. Boozer, Jr.
Thos. B. Morris.
H. M. Wic.ker.
Jos. E. Boozer.
A. H. Dickert, Jr.
. Bennett Dominick.
W. C. Hayes.
Jno. B. Livingston.
G. Mv. K. Bobb.
T. A. Epting.
E. A. Counts.
James W. Sligh.
M. B. Bedenbaugh.
M. J. Longshlore.
W. W. Kinard.
. C. Cason.
S. P. Mills.
P. 0. W. Setzler.
O. McR. Holmes.
D. D. Priopst.
. W. Lake.
. W. Pitts.
W. 3. Duncan.
John. H. Cousins.
E. Lee Hayes.
Watch The old "'higthe priced credit"
stores. Buy your goods at Mim
augth's, the only spot c'as'h store in
A BIG LOT SALE.(
The Newberry Real Estate Company I
Sell Nearly One Hundred Beau
The Newberry Real Es-ate compa
ny on last Tiiursday sold nearly one 1
hundred very pretty residence lots I
on their Jones property realizing r
something over $10,000.
An excellent barbecue dinner was t
served and good cheer prevailed. V
This will soon be the residential d
portion of the city.
The following are the purchasers, v
many of whom will build at once and c
move to the city.
L. W. Jones, attorney, 3 lots, W. H.
Hunt 3, F. W. Higgins 2, P. F. Bax- I
ter 3, D. A. Ruff 4, W. M. Suber 3,
P. S. Livingston 1, W. T. Livingston v
1, Mrs. 0. B. Mayer -, G. V. Bo'-.er 3, a
P. C. Smith i, T. C. Po-ol i, 7. T. 3
Mayer 2, Jno. M. Kinard 2, Van Smith
I, J. J. Langford i, W. E. Merchant
I, T. E. Hentz 3, J. G. Smith 3, Van 1
Smith 2, 1. M. Smith 8, A. E. Lomi- I
nick i, J. Z. Salter 3, Dr. J. J. Dom- I
inick 2, J. P. Martin i, C. G. Blease 3, r
J. H. Summer 2, 'Lominick 3, A. T. I
Brown 3, J. J. H. Brown 2. David s
Wells 1, W.* F. Ruff 2, B. B. Leitz- I
sey 2, J. H. Wicker 2, G. B. Sum- t
Pomaria Cotton Growers. C
There will be a meCting .of the lo- i
maria Cotton Association on Satur
day, November 18, at Pomaria, S. C.
All will please attend and come pre
pared to pay the 3 cents per bale.
J. 'W. Summer,
D. L. Wedaman, y President.
Sec'y & Treas.
County Teachers' Association.
The county teodhiers associalion
will meet in the Bound'ary . street
school building on Saturday, N-ovem
ber 18, 1905. An address will be de- '
-livered by Supt. E. L. Hughes, tof
Greenville. All teachers are earnest
ly requested to Tbe on hand.
J. S. Wheeler
Co. Supt. Education.
A part of the scaffolding used by
the Newberry Hardware Company
in the constru'ction of their large brick
building between The Her-ald and
News office and the Newberry hotel
gave way yesterday mor-ning, slightly
injuring, in the fall, Duff Rook, ,one
of the wor:kinen
Empire Jackets, Castor, Tan and '
Black. $15.oo .kind for -on'ly $8.5o atI
The Player Maid
whic'.1 1s to be ->iyed at the opera
house tomorrow night is worth your
Iwhile to see.
An exchange speaking of Miss Da
vis, the star of the company, 'has the
It would be hard to say too much
of comely, winsome Miss Davis, or
of her fair blonde friend, Miss Louise
Randolph, who played the role of Kit
ty Hayden. Both are as pretty as
rd s'hes and b.oth are admirably fit
-ed for tihie parts they fill.
Miss Davis' acting is delicious; it1
is the very quaintessence of :art and
leaves 'nothing to be supplied. She
is an Ada Rehan without the latter's
years and ponderosity-a 'bouyant,
graceful, rollicking, joyous thing,
whose every movement is grace and
w1ose every inflection of voice car
ries persuasion. Wiomen call her
"cute;" men call 'her lovable; audi
)F INTEREST TO THE SUBERS.
dr. Mitchell Suber Formerly of New
berry Dies Without Heirs.
The following 1etter received by the
>ostmaster at Newberry may be oi
i-terest to t,he Sulbers -of this count'.
t seems that -1r. Mitchell Suber, for
nerly of this county moved to -Geor
ia and accumulated an estate and
hat his will left his property'to his
vife during her life time and at her
[eatb,, to go to his 'heirs in this county,
F any should be ie.t. It might be
vorth the while of the Subers of this
ounty to investrigate as the property
s to be sold soon.
Oglethorpe, Ga., Nov. 7, 1905
ostmaster, Newberry, S. C:
Do you know of any Subers any
vhere in your county? Some years
.go, a Mr. Mitchell Suber came from
rour county and married a Mis
danda Hogg afterwards moving to
Jacon county. He is now dead, but
tas left a will dhiat his wife should
iave the- property until her death.
Zecently she has died and there has
Lot been anything heard from the Su
>ers, and everything is going to be
old rigihit away. Mr. Suber said at
tis death his property should go back
o the Suber estate if there are any
;uber heirs. They -had better see af
er the matter -at once, or get some
me else to do so, for the property
s going to be sold right away.
G. W. Law.
Monday Morning Fire.
About 8:30 o'clock Monday morn
ng the out-house in the .rear of the
esidence of W. G.Mayes and occupi
:d by his cook was discovered on fire.
Phe flames soon envelope'd the whole
milding, but the .timely 'arrival -of 'rhe
ire department soon ihad the progress
>f the fire stayed. It was good work
n the part 'of the firemen. The ori
in of -the fire is not known as only
:mall vchildren were in the house when
he smoke and flames were first seen.
Tere was no insurance on the
uilding. The ioccupants of the house
vere unable to remove their effects
ecause of the rapidity of the flames
Lfnd these *were 'a total loss, only a
rery few arti,cles being saved. -
The house 'belonged to Mr. S. S.
mo the friends of West End who
iad a desire to cast their,suffrage for
ne as alderman on the ,p8tihv. I wish
o thank them 'but on acount of m-y
usiness at this time it woul-d be im
oyssible for me to make 'the Tace.
[hanking one and all again, I decline
o run for the office. Yours very truly,
F. H. C'ampsen.
A T. Brown is hereby nominated for
:he office of mayor and pledged to
ibide the result of the democratic
Dr. Van Smith is hereby announced
.s a candidate for mayor and is pledg
d to abide the result of the primary
IT. S. Hudson is ;hereby nominated
'or alderman from Ward 5 and is
ledged to abide the result of Demo
J R. Thornton is hereby ann<ounced
i.s a .candidate for .alderman from
ANard 4, 'a gd is pledged to abide the
esult of the Democratic primary.
W. M. Thbomas is hereby nomina
ed as a candidate for alderman from
ATard 5, and is pled'ged to abide the
-'esult of the democratic primary.
J. H. Hair is 'hereby nominated as
candidate for alderman from Ward
O~e, and will a'bide result of demo
lhos. B. W'icker is 'hereby a'nnoun
:ed -is a candidate for alderman from
Ward and will abide the result of
the Democratic primary.
J. J. Langford is hereby e'nnounced
or alderman from Ward 4 and will
abide result of Democratic primary.
L. W. Floyd is hereby announced
For alderman from Ward 3 and pledg
ed to abide result of Democraric pri
(Corrected by Nat Gist.)
Good Middling .. .. .........Io 3-4
Srrict .\liddling .. .. .. ...... TO 5-8
Middling .. .- .. .. ...... .... O 1-2
Death Of W. C. Hayes.
William C. Hayes died at his home
albout thiee miles from t5)wn on Sun
day and was interred in Rosemont
cemetery on yesterday amid a large
concourse of soirowing friends -and
relatives. Mr. Hayes was about 38
years old and leaves a wife and three
children and a host of friends. He
has been more or less complaining for
the last two years and on last Tburs
day suffered a stroke of paralysis
from which he never fully rallied. He
was a quiet, peaceable citizen, a -kind
1usband and affectionate father. We
extend sympathies to the bereaved.
Death of Mrs. Cyrilla Rutherford.
We were greatly grieved to learn of
the death of M'rs. Cyrilla Rutherford,
which occurred at the home of her
son-in-law, Mr. Luther B. Eargle, in
the clounty. Mrs. Rutherford has
spent nearly all of her life in teaohing,
in wh-ich she has proven -herself emi
nently successful. We should apre
ciate the favor if some kind friend
would give us a more extended no
tice of Mrs. Rutherford. Her life has
been one of constant and apprecia
tive service in behalf of thie young
people of our county 'and many waf
there are who will read this notice
with tears and sorrow. A good work
man has gone to her reard. .
Buy your jackets and Cloaks at
WANTED-Manager New Branch
of our business here in Newberry.
Write promptly, with references,
The Morris Wholesale House,
MONEY, to loan on real estate in
Town and County. Apply to
Mower & Bynum,
OYSTERS-Fresh' Norfolk Oysters
at 30, 40 and 5o cents per quart at
S. B. Jones'.
NOICE-The undersigned has wish
drawn from the firm of Bouknight
& Sheppard, Silver Street, S. C.
J. A. Bouknight.
FOR the best Salmon, Sardines, Lob
ster, Shrimp and all kinds of can
ned or bottled goods call on
S. B. Jones.
FOR SALE.-16 acres partly in and
partly out of ;Ithe incorporate limits
of Newberry. Nice ibuilding site and
excellent for truck farming. Easy
terms. L. W. Floyd.
COAL-F!or Hard or Soft Coal call
n S. B. Jones,
The Coal and Ice man.
NOTICE-"Just as good" is "Not the
best"-buy the only genuine Shaw's
Pure Malt. For sale at -the Dispensary.
FOUND-The Rigbit Place to Buy
Furniture at Shelley & Summner's.
WANTED-By Chicago Manufac
turing house, person of trus-tworth
iess and somewhat familiar with lo
cal terri.ory as assistant in branch
office. Salary $18 paid weekly.
Permanent position. No investment
required. Previous experience not es
sential to engaging. Address, Mana
ger Branches, Como Block, Chicago.
CALL AT THE RACKET STORE.
If there is anything in nice China,
Glass, Agate or Tin Ware that you are
in need of. Shades worth 50 cents at
24 cents, Lace Curtains worth $1.s5
for 89 cents. See the special 5 and io
Highest cash prices for old clothing
of every description.
MRS. DORA WATTS.
NOTICE-A tonic whic~h is not pleas
ing to the~ taste, lacks at leas-t one
great virtue-Shaw's Pure Malt is de
licious. For sale at the Dispensary.
Have you tried it? Cleans everything.
Ignts a can a Wm. Johnson's.