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The Movements of Many People,
Newberrians and Those Who
Col. George Johnstonc went tN
Columbia on Friday.
Mr. Frank Bradburn spent Sun
day in- the city.
Miss Lizzie Glenn, who has bee;
visiting friends in Augusta. return
ed home on Friday.
Mrs. D. D. Wallace and chil
dren, .of Spartanburg, are visitinc
the family of Mr. W. H. Wallace
Mrs. Alice Robertson is at th<
home of M-1r. Frank R. Hunter. Sh<
will leave for Texas on \Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Edward McIntosh
of Birmingham, are visiting Dr
las. McIntosh on 13oundry street.
Mr. J. H. Hunter, of Prosperity
will move to Newberry this weel
and occupy the Renwick home or
Mr. G. L. Dreher, of Delmar, wa4
in Newberry on Friday afternoor
on business, and shiking hand.
with his many .friends here.
Sheriff M M. Buford has gone
to St. Matthews. in% Orangeburg
county, for a prisoner whom he ha<
been seeking for nearly two years.
Mrs. N. N. Burt6n- and Miss.Sut
Btrton left Newberfy yesterday
for their home. at Batesburg.. Rev:
N. N. Burton will leave today or to
morrow. . Miss Sallie May Burtor
will reinain untili the close of the
Col. C. J. Purcell returned froir
Philadelphia on Sunday and lefi
immediately for the western mar
kets to purchase a car load of mules
Col. Purcell reported that Mrs
Purcell, who is in Philadelphia, i
much improved in health.
VARIOUS AN ALL ABOUT.
The Fortnightly club will mee
with Mrs. Bernice Martin thi~
Robert Seymour, charged wvitl
cutting John Goldman in the Mol
lohon mill some days ago, has beex
released on bond. Goldman, it i:
now believed, is .out of danger.
Dr. A. J. Bowers preached
strong sermon in the Lutherai
Church of the Redeemer on Sun
day, on a theme which is peculiarl:
appropriate at the present. time.
The members of the Newberr:
- delegation in Columbia are locate<
as follows: Senator Blease, a
\'Vright's hotel, Representative
Higgins and Earhardt, at the Cald
well -hotel, Representative Taylor
at the Hill house.
The.next attijaction in the New
berry .college lyceum.r course will b(
a lecture on Febuary 9. by Presiden1
Snyder. of Wof ford college .whose
suliject will be Shakespeare. H11
wVill be accompanied by M Iiss WVinn
of'Converse college, who will ren
der selections on the violin.
Mr. E.. B. Houseal, 6f the Ex
celsior society of Newberry college,
*andl Mr. B. N. Chapman. 'of the
Phrenakosmian society, have been
* selected to represent their respec
* tive societies as spokesmen at the
centennial celebration-- of the
literary societies of South ICarolina
Great January sale..? '
B-eginning on Wednesday morning.
January 17, at 9 o'clock. Miminaugh
will inaugurate a big January sale,
* which he says will be the greatest
* sale in the hist'orv. of Newberry.
Eierytliing'that he has in~ his storc
S -will :be sold at i bargain, :and .ihe
* says that everything must go. His
advertisement explaining fully the
big bargains which he- offers, ap
pears in another column in this
A Generous Gift.
During the Christmas holidays
.the young men of the city gener
ously donated twenty dollars to the
treasurv of the Bachelor Maids
club). For this act of thoughtful
ness on the part of the young men
the members of the clubi (desire tC
express their gratefuil appreciation.
and to assure them that their benef
icent donation will go on its errandl
of grace and mercy and like "bread
cast upon the waters will b)e found
after many days."
The Bachelor Maids.
BETTER MAIL SERVICE.
Congressman Lever Makes Application
for Service on C.. N & L. Through
Freight Between Columbia and
Congressman A. Frank Lever, of
South Carolina, has made formal
application to the post office depart
ment in Vashington to put mail
service on the through freight be
tween Laurens and Columbia on the
Columbia, Newberry and Laurens
road. This service would give New
berry an early morning mail from
Laurens and an afternoon mail
from Columbia. The afternoon
mail from Columbia would bring
mail from other points which now
reaches Columbia in the afternoon
and must stay there until next
The citizens of Laurens are mak
ing efforts to get increased mail fa
cilities also between Augusta and
Spprtanburg and between Laurens
and Greenville, which would be of
great advantage to Newberry
should Congressman Lever's efforts
City council will no doubt en
dorse Congressman Lever's efforts,
I in order that Newberry's interest
may be shown.
REV. L. B. WHITE.
New Pastor oK West End Baptist Church.
A Young Han of Mark Ability Looted
to His High Calling
Hhe Rev. L. B. White, of Clyde,
N. C., has accepted the call of West
End Baptist church, Newberry. He
will also serve Saluda and Cross
Roads churches one Sunday in the
Rev. L. B. White is a native of
IEdgefield. He is a young man of
marked ability and has already mer
ited an enviable reputation as a
Rev. L. B. W\hite.
After leaving college he became
pastor at Viancluse, S. C. His work
there was verv successful. A call
to other fields and scenes of labor
severed his connection with a people
who were very devoted to him. lHe
accepted a position as principal of
the Haywood institute, at Clyde,
N. C., a Baptist school with 265
students and a faculty of seven
teachers. He servedl as pastor of
the .Baptist church there also. His
constant application to duty, and
his desire for the enlargement of
the institution he represented and
-his assiduous labors for the expan
sion of the kingdom of (God in the
community in which he worked for
over two years. won for him praise
and~admira[tion from the most in
fluential citizens and members of
The churches here are to be con
gratulatedl in securing his services,
and he is extended a most cordial
welcome back to his native state
and to the city of Newberry.
Back from Washington.
1Dr. andV iIrs. (O. I . .\la-iver have
returned fro m Washintonj. D)r.
\ layer wvas ap)pointedl by the Na
tional i\led(ical association)r on the
association's legislativye committee.
The commnittee had a conlsultation
with both President Roosevelt and
Secretary T ft as to proposed legis
lationi, Dr. Mayer being present at
NEWBERRY COLLEGE GYMNASIUM.
Alumni Committee Hopes to Have Building S
Completed by the Time of the Cel
ebration of Semi-Centennial.
Tihe committee which has in
charge erection of a gymnasiun for
Newberry college has prepared a
circular letter which shows that the
movement is. meeting. with gratify
"At a ineeting of the Alumni as- .
sociation of Newberry college last:
commencement," says the commit
tee, "the committee on the gymna
sium was authorized to proceed in
the erection of a building as soon
as S2,ooo in cash and good sub
scriptions had been secured. Nearly
S2.000 in subscriptions are now in
hand, of which amount S750 have
"The plans for a very suitable
building 40 x 85 feet have been ap
proved, and the work on the build
ing is now. being pushed forward.
The total cost of the building will
be about $3,ooo, not including the
equipment, which has already been
provided for by generous friends
of the college. .
"Of the $2,200 subscribed the stu
dents now in college have subscrib
ed $400, the rest has been given by
less than 125 of the alumni. Can
we not confidently expect you to:
I subscribe? The college. -will cele-i
brate the r.semi-centennial of its
charter next;. June, and- we hope
then -to present-to, the...Aliumni as
sociation its gymnasium-building."
The letter is being sent to the
alumni who have not subscribed,
and ought to meet with a generous
response. The college has experi
enced a rapid and healthy growth
during the past several years, and
one of its pressing needs now is a
well-equipped -gymnasium. It is a
matter of congratulation to all the
friends of the college that it is ex
pected to have this gymnasium
completed by the next commence
ment in June of this year, and the
movement ought to have the hearty
support and cooperation of all the
Another Artesian Well.
It is stated that the commission
ers of public works have let the con
tract for the boring of another ar
tesian wvell. It is~to go to a depth.of*
300 feet. if so much be necessary,1
the price being $1,500- The welt:
will be located by Prof. S. L. Pow -
el, who located the present well.
The contract for the new wvell wvas
given to Perry Andrews, who bored
the old well.
The old well is still giving an
ample supply of water, but it was
thought advisable, to bore another
at the present time. It is expected
to so locate the new well that the
present machinery can be, used in
pumping from both.: WVork will
begin at an early date.
Lee's Birthday Exercises.
The Daughters of the Confeder
acv have dlecidled to -change the'
hour of Lee's birthday exercises, to
be held in the opera house on Fri
lar morning, from 11.-30 o'clock to
1 1o'clock. D)r. Jas. A. 8. Scherer,
who will deliver the address of the
occasion, has been called north on
imortant business and it will be t
necessary for him to leave on the c
mid-day train on Fridlar. It is for
this reason that it has been found
necessarv to make the change.
The Daughters of the Confeder
acv are requested to meet in the
mayor's office at 10 :30 o'clock on
Big Mill End Sale.
The James L. Tapp Company,
Columbia, S. C.. advertises in this
issue of The Herald and News a
second Lockhart mill end sale,
which begins on Friday, January
4. Neither time nor expense has
been spared by the Tapp) company
in arranging for this sale, and it
p)romses to beC one of the biggest
sales in the history of Columbia.
Barkoot Carnival Company.
The I arko ot (Carnival compIlany
vi be in Newherrv from January
22 to F'ebruary 3, inclusive, with
some attractions which will please<
the fun-lovers. T. C. Pool's lot, c
near the power house, has been se
curedl for the numerous and varied t
n aff ractins.*
NEWBERRY'S POLICE FORCE.
omething of the Men who Have the
Keeping of the C ty's Peace and Good
Order in Charge.
NeWbei-rv is. fottfuiiatc in having
.police' force Whose efficiency is a
ruarantee that the peace and good
)rder of the 'city Will -be well pre
erved diuring the next twelve
Chief \V. 11. Harris has entered
ipon the third year of his service
W. H. Harris, Chief.
s chief, having: served during the
earsA9o3 and 1905. *Chief Har
-is has lived in Newberry practical
H. H. Franler.
ouncl hs reeectend imvlko
on his peopetrugouseconduea-a
.7br f,.frm o a ir
ted twenty-three years ago, and his
service has been continuous with
the exception of one year. His
record shows the appreciation in
wich his services are held.
.\r. S. (1. Larter. another if the
p)licemen recently electedl has a
god 1record )f eight years' contil
J. A. Adams.
uous service behind him. He is an
efficient officer. and an excellent
member of the force.
The health officer of the city is
Ar. Xl. B. Chalmers, who also has
the authority of a regular police '
. B. Ouzts
officer, and w ho adds much to the
department. Before his election as
health officer Mr. Chalmers was
overseer of the streets.
Two newv members of the force
are Mr. J. B. Ouzts and Mr. J. A.
Adams, who are already proving]
the wisdom of their selection. Their
. e ,/
E. S. Werts, City Clerk.
terms of service began on the first
of this year.
THlE CITY CLERK.
The city clerk and treasurer is (
ir. Eugene S. Werts, who is a
native of this county, having been
born near Silver Street. He serv-'
ed. two terms as county superim- y
tendent of education.. having been
elected in 1900 and . reelectedl in
902. In the election of Mir. WVerts
to his present p1ositionl the city
council has placed its affairs in C
worthy and competent hands.t
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Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby given that we,
the undersigned, as Administra
trix and Administrator of the per-C
sonal estate of David Hipp, deceas
ed, wvill make a final settlement onC
said estate in the Probate Court for
Newberry County on Monday the'
22nd day of January, 19)06, and im
mediatelv thereafter ask for a dis
charge as such Administratrix and
R. H. Hipp,
Administratrix and Administra
to fDvdHip eesd
THE SESSIONS COURT.
[eavy Docket for the Term Which Be
gins in Newberry on Next Nonday,
The regular termn )f the court of
,eneral sessions for Newberry
oulty will convene onl next M-on0
ay, January 22. Ju(gC George E.
)rince. of Anderson. presiding.
lie (locket is heavy. and if the
ases arc tried the court will very
irobablv not be able to finish its
usiness during the entire term.
lie (locket yesterday morning
howed twenty-eight cases await
tig a decision.
For various reasons, however,
he legrislature being now in session,
is not probable that all the cases
cill be tried at this term.
Constable Havird Resigns.
Constable B. M. Havird has re
igned as constable for Magistrate
annon G. Blease, and has been
ucceeded by Mr. John Henry
happell. Mr. Havird, will go into
usiness in Florida. Mr. Chappell
s well known to all the people of
ewberry county, and that he will
nake an excellent constable goes
1AVE YOUR PIANOS TUNED
R. H. McCracken, the well
:nown piano tuner, is in the city,
topping at the Central House, an4
epairing regulating and voiceing
Je is prepared to do it and thor
)ughly competent to do anything
hat a piano needs. A postal card
ir orders left at Gilder & Weeks'
rug store, will receive prompt at
ention. No charge to call and ex
mine your piano.
Will be here about ten days.
ZOR SALE-Good Six year old
mule. Cheap. Apply to Herald
mud News or
Annie 0. Ruff.
IF you have to buy corn, see me
quick. Have several hundred
>ushels at low figure.
WV. P. Smith.
O)R the: next ten days I will again
pay the cash for Ladies' skirts,
mnd. children's and infants' old
.Mrs. Dora H. Watts,
ADI ES! I make from $18 to $30
per iveek and want you to have
he samie opportunity. The wvork is
ery pleasant and wvill pay hand
omnelv for even your spare time.
speak from experience, as I have
ften made $1o in a single day. This
s no deception. I want no money
.nd will gladly send full particulars
ree to all. Address.
Mrs. WV. WV. Mitchell.
Box io. Portland,
FOR SALE-Pair Muies, Bricks,
and Varnish by the Carolina
danufacturing Company. Apply to
J. A. Burton.
VANTED-Agents to solicit ap-q
plications for Fire Insurance.
;ood pay guaranteed. Address
Lock Box No. 144.
-Spartanburg. S. C.
~OR 1.ENT-400 acre farm near
Chapin. Lexington Fork. ioo
cres in cultivation, 150 in pasture,
elil watered and timbered. 5 room
.welling, kitchen, barn and two
enant houses or will sell at S2o.oo
er acre , easy terms.
C. M. Dempsey.
1811 Main St.
7 Columbia. S. C.
Real Estate Broker.
;HOULD be on the sideboard.
Good cheer for host and guest.
haw's Pure Malt. For sale at the
VHEN youi have a watch or a clock
or a pieceC of jewelry that you want
epaired don't forget to consult with
ie before you have your work done.
W. B. Rikard, Jeweler
at The Herald and News Office.
POUND-The Righit Place to Bay
Furniture at Shelley & Summer's.