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Z:~ Movements of Many People.
I -t wb i aid Those Who
Service will be held at Sr. Luke's
Episcopal church -by Rev. T. Tracy
Walsh, of Orangeburg, Suqday morn
ing at ii o'clock with celebration ol
holy communion. Services .also al
7:15 in the evening.
Rev. C. M. Boyd will fill his ap
pointment a_ Unity next Sabba-th. A
congregational meeting is desired af
ter the preaching service.
Mr. Tno. F. Kibler, of Kibler's
Bridge, was in the city yesterday.
Mimnaugh's big sale has been a
great success. His store has been
crowded with satisfied purchaserz
every day this week.
Mr. J. B. O'Neall H-olloway haq
purchase'd 29 acres of land from Z. F
Wright and M. L. Spearman just be
yond the city.
Mr. Arthur J. GuanEt, a son of Mr.
I. L. Gauntt. of Newberry, has en
listed in the infantry department ol
the U. S. army and has been ordered
to the barracks at Columbus, Ohio.
After the 15th of December city
council gives notice that a penalty of
ten per cent will be added to all de
The Ladies Aid society ' of the
Church of the Redeemer will meet
ne*_t iTuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock
vih Mrs. Edw. R. Hipp.
Dr. Z. V. McMorries, a colored doc
tor, who 'has for several years been
a mail 'crerk between Charleston and
Savannah died in Charleston Monday
night and will be 'buried in Helena
A Record Breaker.
Mr. W. H. Folk has on his place
a rather st-range phenomenon. -which
is only a goose.
.This same goose de~eived by the
mild weather h-as proceeded, deliber
ately, to lay six eggs, with the full ii
tention of beginning the year. 19o6
ahead of all competi-ors.
Now the strange thing abou-t all
this is that from- the first day of Jan
uary .of the year one, no one has ever
-heard of a goose laying in the win
ter. We are constrained to :believe
this bird is t:he biggest goose on rec
Five of the eggs -are in evidence, the
six.th was mixed with hog brains sim
ply that there might be a modicum of
brain in the transaction. You can see
the result of 11 .cents cotton, it gets
a move on every thing.
Sheriff B.uford went' to Laurens on
Wednesday and brought 'hack John
Brown, colored, who has be-en wanted
in this county for some monlfths.
-Hair and -Havird's Sale.
H air a,d H-avird's mid-winter sale
is sti-il ufn. During this time they will
sell dress goods. coats. .iackets, shoes,
etc.. a: greatly- reducedi prices.
Pe-rsons in neecd e f dry e-o ds of any'
description will be benefited by call
ing on,Hair and Havird before going
* else-.here to buy.
Copeland Bros. in this issue of The
Herald and News, are offering isome
real bargains at priees that are right,
on winter goods of all kinds.
Go -to Copeland's and price their
overcoats. The price's are righ-t and
you will be treatedI right.
While there ask .to sc-e their shoes
an'd clothing also. You will b)e rep)aid
for going 'andI will b)e anxious to re
Saved His Life.
Among those who wVent from New
berry to Oklahoma was Mr. J. 18. Set
zler, of Pomaria. On the return trip
while the train wasL stopped at Little
Rock, Arkansas, Mr. Setzler-pulled an
odl gendleman off the track in front of
a moving train and saved his life. The
old gentleman was wealth, and out Co
appreciation offered to pay MIr. S.:t
zler. He refused to accept anyting
and the old gentleman insistedI on
sending hig1 .a'lunch. This 'he did andr
after -the train started and M r. Set
zler opened 'his kmich he found a twen
ty dollar bill andl a fivet dollar bill. Th
gentleman w~ho ga-ve. us the in forma
tion did not know. the name of the
gentleman. Wec do'no,t k now if Mr
Setz!er knowsglgis nlame.
Se-nator Tillmani has introduced
two resolutions into the sena-te, which
are intended to bring out the fact as
to whether any National Banks of the
country have made campaign contri
J. CAL NEEL'S HOUSE
Destroyed by Fire-Total Loss-No'.
On Wednesday morning about one
o'clock -the residence of Mr. J. Cal
Neel, just beyond the city was de- a
stroyediby fire. The fire is supposed .b
to have origina-ted from a defective I
flue. It was first discovered by Mr.
S. P. Crotwell. who lives nearby, and t
it was fortunate that he discovered t
the fire as early as -he did for other
wise the inmates may not have waked.
It is a heavy loss for Mr. Neel as
there was no insurance on house ori
household goods. Very litile of the
household goods was saved. The loss
is between $1,500 and $2.ooo.
The house was one of the land-Ic
marks of the community being well t
built. It was the home of the parents
and grandparents of Col. W. H. Hunt
and he was born here.
Annual Election Held on Monday n
Night-Installation Soon to
At a regular communication ofAm- V
ity ladge, No. 87. A. F. M., held on 0
last -Monday night.,the following offi- 0
cers were elected for the ensuing year. -d
Worshipful Master-I. H. Hunt. h
Senior Warden-Fred H. Dominick. n
Junior Warden-Dr. Van Smith.
Treasurer-L. M. Speers. f
Secretary-J. H. M. Kinard. h
Mr. W. A. McFall was appoiAed
Senior deacon and Mr. W. S. Mann,
tyler. The other appointive officers
have not yec been announced.
The installation will take place 0
some time during the present month: ti
The Court. r
The court of common pleas which ti
has been in session 'here for two weeks 1
adjourned yesterday afternoon. The If
jur were discharged yesterday inorn- 1
ing. Judge Memminger returned to b
his home in Charleston last night. t
While only two or three cases have a'
gone tO juries .a grea-t deal of work has d
been done and the dockets greatly re- F
The bar has 'been~ very much pleased ci
with Judge Memminger. (They say ti
he is a fair and a just judge. In fact -
a lawyer was heard to remark that -if t'
Charleston had more material like'f
Judge Memminger aind wvould bring it 1
out there wvould be little -troubhle in~
electing such a -one to almost any "I
judgeship. ~ st1~. \un.
them the case of Suher vs. Lane.7
The case of \Iatthews vs. Copeland
\was con tinued )n mo tion ('if Mr.
Blease attorney for bi1r. Copelan d.
IThe~ case of Cyrilla Rutherford and
others aga'inst F. \\'. Hliggins for the
nssession (of land was b)egun and oni
motion of the attorney';s to r the. plainl- J.
tiff the jury was dlirectedl to write a h
verdict for the plaintiff. Mr. Higgins elc
haid occupied the lace for -tweniti-w
three y-ears, having been put inl pos
session by Mlr. Josepyh Caldwvell. Mr. i
Cldwell having unly bought the tie c
of a life tenant. A'bounti hree years eI
agzo the life tenant died and the re- a
maindermen now brought suit for pos- g:
session of 'thie propeCrty. Mr. Hliggins e
relied on adverse possess:ion for so
long a time as giving him title.
The case will likely b)e carried to the
M imnaugh's Great Sale.P
Beginning on D)ecember .2. Mi
naugh's greatest sale of dry goods. y
millinery'. clothing, shoes and hats he-.
gan. and 'the crowds which have beer. d
packiig his store since are the inidis- g,
putable proof of its success. During .5,
his remarkable mercantile career sin
New'.erry M imnaugh has condutted .
many biig slaughter sales, but he is
p gtiv'e that this is his greatest. and
hesy that the only proof he need1s
of this assertiin is the satisfaction 'fi
hs custom~iers. c
Colo red dlres.s goods. black dress p
g i(ds and silks, tabl e linens aiid( tow'- $
els, silks. millinery. clothing, in fac-c. jg
evrything~ to be found in a b)ig de
patmn sto re are being t urned initoh
cash at prices~ that deligh-t the buying a
p1blic. Mliminaugh say's thiat he is a
se!ing at 'less than actual ost oif pro'- nI
duction, and he has bargains. Hie is f
always glad' to see his many frien ds.
and he extends them all a special in
vustion to come to see him during
his ig- sae.
THE DOG WAS MAD.
Telegram From Atlanta Where the
Dog Was Sent-Mr. Hipp Takes
Son on First Train.
Mr. John C. Hipp'- son. Grady
ged about twelve 'years. wvho wa:
itten by a pet dog several days agt
ras taken to Atlanta by his fathr or
esterday morning. The dog was scn
Atlanta Monday and a letter frorr
ie Pasteur institute received earli
esterday morning said an examina
on of the dog revealed symptoims o
ydrophobia. Mr. Hipp and his 401
ft on the first train for Atlanta.
Mr. George iIpp who lives quitl
ear his father had his pet dog kille<
esterday ,because the two pets wer<
onstantly togeTher. Mr. George Hip
nght it best to be on the safe side
owever much he regretted to kill hi
That Lost Dog.
Mr. 1. 0 Burton, who advertisec
>me time ago for his hound dog, ha
ot received any information in refer
nce to the lost dog except that it wa
en the day it was missed tied nea
ie engine house and with a wagor
-hose mules were put up in Knigl)t
's stables. Mr. Burton thinks th
wner of the wagon probably 'bough
og from the one, who took .it fron
im and if this party should see thi:
otice he would be pleased if h%
ould return his ,dog and give hini in
)rmation as to -the, party from whon
e obtained it.
All th-eatre-goers and music lover!
ave either seen the well-known comi(
pera, "Robin Hood," or .have reai
e early .English legends concern
g the life and adventures of 'the fa
ous outlaw, Robin Hood. who form.
e foundation of the Smith and Dc
oven opera. While the opera fol
ws the bool- in the main. for stage
irposes many minor changes have
en made. The musical score 1E
meful anl catchy and the boor
ounds in keen humor. First pro
ace'd nearly a decade ago, "Robiri
ood" is today 'being presented gli
er the United States to the usual
-owded :houses. T.he Aborn Produc
on company upon th-e recent dis
mndment of The Bostonians' secured
le absolute stage' rights to the opera
om the Whitmark Musical Library,
ewv Yprk, as well as everything re
ting to their "'Robin Hood" produc
on Thle production here will be
aorate and the costumes entirely
aw and with its s'ores of handsomne
rls and lusty fellows. "Robin Hood'
on its lo)cal appearance at 'the opera
>useV on December 23 will (doub)tles
tract a big house.
A Live Wire.
On Wednesday morning while Mr.
WV. WVhite was topping the tree it
s Irnft y'at a limb fell. across an
ectric wire 'and. broke i-t. Everyone.
as warned ntot ito tolleil tIle wire huIt
yolng niegr'' di-sregarde-!l the warn
.and too k hold of the wire. H<.
>idt not release, his grasp until sev
-al the~rs Ihad taken h dld of himi. It
as only the day current and the ne
ro was no't hurt bitt it is likelyv he has
lougrh of. live wires.
Bethlehem Baptist Church.
Editor Herald and News :-Please
lw me to say through your v.aluabhle
iper 'that the p)astor anid olfneers oi
ie Bethlehem Baptist chturch feel
rofoundly grateful 'to you for the
alication of. our work as regards omi
mrreb for the past few weeks. In
~ed we feel deeply to he yotur debtorr
>r your very -kind mention of omh
stalation service which took place
1 November 26. 1905. WVe wish alst
i exressourgrat:tulde to our whitt
iend's generally of Newberry. wvhc
are So liberally ti the p)erso'ns hay
ig the little "gldeaners. to raise sonu
eans for' the compiletion of on'
tirch. Wec assure yo)u that every
eny of the whole amount beini.
2.(>9. raised for; that p)urpe sha
o fo)r th at punrpose and f or no other
\We would state. theref' re. for rhs
enefit 'f thie puble g.enleratlly. tha
11 the ''gleanierj" have been recaller
ntd th at thecre is n' on e aut horize<
on\ to' s .licit in-'any way fr the 'hene
: f the Bethleh em Baptist chiurch
.\gain. we -thank you. MIr. Editor
Rev.,.B. Levister. A'. M.
A.iss Lalla Workman and Mr :R. G.
Spearman xwer e married on XW-ednes
day afternoon at 2:30 O'clock, at the
home of the birde's father. Mr. A. C.
Workman, o Kinafd's. Rev. G. A.
Wright perlu:m~..g :h es:lno
MXIiss Vorkman is a handsome, pop
ular and accomplished yo,ng -woman,
and is well known in NenKerry. Mr.
The cards are out announcing the
marriage of Miss - Nina Carlisle of
Newberry and Dr. WAilliam Meek Ken
nedy of Yorkville. S. C. The cere
mony will take place on Wednesday
evening. December 20th, at. 7:30
o'clock, in the A. R. P. church. New
berry. S. C.
West End News.
To the officers and nmebers of
Maver Memorial Lutheran and West
.End Baptist churches: We, the me1
bers of O'Neall Street. church, wish
to thank' you for your kindncss in
permitting us the use of your churches
in our time of need. Should we have
the opportunity to assist you at any
time we would be glad to do so.'
Rev. J. H. Graves, F. P. Devore,
S. K. Bouknight, T. S. Hudson, F. H.
Campsen, J. R. Boozer. 3. R. Thorn
ton, M. P. Lake and C. R. WVesson.
At t:he. last 'business meeting of the
Epworth league the fol,lowing officers
were elected for the ensuing year:
Mr. T. 5. Hudson. president:
Miss Ad+die Simpson. 1st vice presi
dent: Miss Geo. Suber.. 2nd vice pres
dent: Miss Carrie Addy. 3rd vice pres
ident: J. R. Lake, secretary: XW. M.
The league is in a prospeCrous con
ici on. its object is to b)rinlg the
yung people together and train thems
r church woA.
Mfr. B.. G. GrubKs. of Columbia.
-;itedl his mother Sunday last.
Miss Florence Talbert ,is visiting
her bro ther. Mlr. J(o.im Talbert. of Sa
Mr. William Alewine had a slight
strokes of paralysis on last Friday. 4Te
ii gettinlg n nicely.
Mr. E. B. L. Graddick. of Anrderson,.
was dhe guest 'of his niece. Mrs. F. H.
Campsen. on Thursday. Hie will re
turn home. today.
The Newberry mills wilj give the
operatives three days for Christmas.
Csing [ridiay. December 22. at to)ur
clock and start again WXednesdlay,
rrhe furnace for O'Neal1 Street
church is 'being installed. L. B. Do
zier. of Columbia, has the contract.
Rev. J. H. Graves -will leave for
Spartanburg on Monday to attend the
annaul conference of the Methodist
Card of Thanks.
The Editor of The Herald and News:
We *de'sire tt> publicly express our
heartfelt thawks t' our neigh-bors and
friends, who were so kind to us and
our (lear husband. Osborne. while in
1his last illness .f one week. Every
one of yo ur kind acts will always be
cherished ini our hearts. While -we
are ( verwhelmedl with grief your kind
ats and( sympathy helps t' ligh ten
th ~burden of our he art.
I' ~ Nannie E. Bishonp.
Ga(Try. S. C.. Nov. 21. [905.
, )oing no' thing is equivalent 'so do
He who rides a. hobby nev'er gets
ery far frani home.
Spearman manager of .he Be l
Teleph(one system in Nwberry, and
IMe of Newberry's most popular and
promising young men. Mr. and Mrs.
Spearman arrived i-n Ne%berr,y on
\Vednesday afternoon, where they will
make Lheit future .home. Tbey- will
be at home 'to their friends at Mr. W.
F. Ewart's in Biundarv street.
(Corrected by Nat Gist.)
Good Middling. .. .. .. ....t 7-8
Strict Middling .. ..... 3-4
Middling ... -- 5-8
HAVE your eyes examined by Dr.
Crimm. W,ill remain in Newberry
until Monday next, 12 a. m. Will not
be in Prosperity on this trip.
TRESPASS NOTICE-All persons
are wvarnd not -to trespass by-hunt- -
ig or permitting stock to run o1i the
lands of the undersigned in No. 5 or
in any other Way.
J. B. Dominick.
NOTICE-No household is free fromi
danger of accidents, therefore,, no
household- should be withou-c Shaw's
Pure Malt. For sale at the Dispensary.
FOUND-The - -Right Place sto Buy
Furniture a,t Shelley & Summer's.
OYSTERS-Freshi Norfolk 'Oysters
at 30, 40 and 5o cents per quart at
. S. B. Jones'. -
WHEN yot.hrte a watch orga clock
ori a piece of jewel.ry that you want
repaired don't forget to emsult with
me before 'you have your work done.
-W. B, Rikard, Jeweler
at The H-erald and News Office.
WANTED-By Chicago wholesale
an~d mail order house. assistant man
4-ger (man or w oman) for this county
andl adjoining territory. Salary $20
and expenses paid weekly: expense
money advanced. Work pleasant: po
sition permanent. No investment or
experience required. Write at once
for full particulars and enclose self
4 ~ - Cooper & Co..
-132 Lake- St.. Chicago. Ill.
SEND me your subscription to any
of the Magazines and Fashion
books -MAaves' Book Store.
MONEY to 'loan on real estate ir
Town an-d County. Apply to
Mowver & Bynum,
Notice is herehy given that the an
nual meeting of the County- Board of
Commissioners of Newberry County
will be held on the 4th day of January,
1906. All personis holding demands of
any kind against the coun-ty, not pre
v ion.s! pr1esentedi to the board are
lhereby noti fiedi and required to file the
same- with the clerk of the -board on
or befoI re the I st day of January,
iQ06. so that they may- he examined
and orde-red to be paid at the annual
meeting. .\ll perso ns holding such ac
couInts r claims not paid will deposit
them wvith the clerk of the hoard, as
required! in this notice.
I Fred H. Dominick,
Clerk County B rCompissio