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The Movements of Many Peop
Newberrians and Those Who
Under the careful management
Prof. T. E. Cole and his charming a
0fficient assistant, Miss Adele Du
bar, of Newberry, S. C., Cartersvi
school is second to none. We 110)
have them with us another year.
Florence Daily Times.
Mlr. and Mrs. A. C. Tliomiasson a
visiting relatives in Greeiville.
Mrs. 11. B. Wells and Miss Lei
Fulmer are Visiting thicir parents
There will be i social vmeeting of, t
Baehleor Alaids at, the Misses Doo
clr's on Tuesday afternioon at
Miss Minnie Suber, of the cout
is visitinig Miss Maggie Thiomaisson.
Miss Elliel Leitzsey, of tlie count
spent a few days Ohis week in the cit
Mr. 0. F. Vearn went to Colutmb
Mrs. F. .J. Fant and her sister, Mt
Ml. F. Norris, went. to Columbia ye
Mr r. 8aiitel Ca1ilno veit dowil
Colhilibil yestelay to altend tle I
Mfrs. .1. 1. Neel and Miss Jess
Ilornsby are attending the reunion
IIolibia t his veek.
Al r. amd1i4 Alrs. .l. F. .1. Caldwell spel
VeIlneslaY inl Columbia.
Col. (1cu It. Cromler. aind Allr. WV. I
s1i.-l are rei.<4eredl at tile Colunii)
Mliss Neville Pope went to Colui
bia yesterdlia. Sie will return t:nIt
a(ceoml)pieidi1 4 by Aliss Lil Fair.
Cokesbulry, who wvill visit her.
lilr. anmid IIIrs. i'nest Gar1-linlt
tlmd tlheir daughiter, Miss Sallie (;a
liingtoni, are visitilg reltives ill tl
Mur. 11. T,. leniwick will leave t
llorrow tor, U nion. lie will also go
Greenville where lie will spend seve
ill weeks before retirning home.
Mr. W. L. Adden, of Orangebur
is witi Gilder & *Weeks, and h
clar,ge of tle prescription depai
Mrs. William Johnson left on Tue
day for Baltimore. She will also vi;
Philadelphia before retirning h)ome
Mr. William lJohnson spent Monld
Mrr. .1. C. AI'mst rong. of Sullt(
was in lie city this week on businiec
Hip Silipson, Newberry 's o
clilpionlI)II baseball pilelier, is inl tl
Mrs. It. L. Tarrant is visiting. rt
atives in Cohimbia.
Mlissvs Miattie Adams 4and Ch
trude Wicielr spent several (a vs
(ohumbili witi friends this veek.
Mi's. M. 1). 1iet , who has he
v'isit iiig her parelis, MIr. anid Mi
WV. TI. Ta rranmt, hias i'eturined to hi
Mtessirs. 1I.eri 3I ills and Jloe Feag
wvent to ( olhibi on Wednesday
attentd the renioni.
NMts. C'has. Kieri, of Texas,. ai
'Capt. d1. W. Gary~ are visiting rel
tiv'es in (ohnnmbia foi' a few days.
Misses Boyd and Flour'ney' went
Messi's. Zachi. Suber, MicCarly at
A ndr'ewis, of Whlit mire, wer'e in ti
city (on Wedniesday.
MIr. 211nd MIrs. d1. C. Adams ai'e vi
it ing relat ives in (Columnbia t his w~ee
Mi'. andi Mirs. C. U. Dbease a
sp1ending~ a f'ew dasin (Cohnnbia thi
The Ladies' A'id society of the L
thlei'an chiui'ch of thle R?edeemei' wv
meet next Tuesday a fterinoon wi
Mrs. Jiames M. Kihler, at 4 o 'clock.
Senator 1N. S. Blease, of Salud
was in the city Tuesday' on his wi
Mrli. A. 11. Cargile, editor of Sahn
St andai'd, was in the city yesterdi
Mr'. Earnest L. Wickei' wh'o has bei
with the electi'ic plant in Newber
for sev'eral years has gone with t
Southlei'n Bell Telephone conipar
Mr. Wicker was one of the most el
eient mcin the city ever had in
employ anid it is unfoi'tnnate that
coud1 not bec retained.
The subj~ect of the sermon at I
Luthieran Church of the Redeen
next Sunday morning will be0 ''L<
Mr. C. S. Monteith, of CQilumbia,
visiting his brother, A. HI. Montei
Mrs. B. P. Lewvis, of New York,
registered at th6 Newberr'y. She v
mnage Newberry her fhture home.
Caleb Mitchell while at work
Wednesday on the new postofl
building was accidentally out with
axe just above the ankle. Dr. Gib
dressed the wound, which was no
ser ious one, and the negro is repor
to be doing nicely,
ION FACTORY FOR NzWwNR
The Farmers' Oil Mill'To Establi
le, One in Oonnec ion With Their
The annual meetng of the stoc
ioldors of the Farmn6rs' Oil mill 'w
of lield in the court ihouse on Wedii
n.. Tihe following board of direetc
[10 were reelected:
to ][. 11. Evans, H. 0. Long, Goo.
- Glasgow, Geo. C. Hipp, Alan Joh
stone, J. Sidney Doninick, N. Blac
ro and Dr. W. 1). Sonn.
1I. It. Evans was unanipuously 1
'leeted president and Jno. H. Wick
The mill has done a good businc
(lhe past year inltd it was decided
10 take imdiate steps towards placii
an ice plant in Newberry.
There has been talk lere for a co
sideralble time about an ice plant, al
Y, it will be gratifying news that the c
tablislhment of one is now assured.
y, is stated that it will probably be se
y. eral weeks before work can be cor
ja inenced in. earnest on the erection 4
the plant on account of the inabilil
to secure the machinery necessary fi
the erection of the plant, but there
now no doubt that the plant will 1
in operation before the season is ove
A LARGE BEQUEST.
i Dr. Pelham Gives Thornweal Orpha:
age Some $15,000.00.
it it is stated that Dr. Jaimes Warn
la.w PCliiiI, who died recently
C. Asheville, left an estate of soie $
i1 000, which all goes to Thornwell 0
phanage at Clinton ifter the payme1
- of the cost of the erection of a mo
lv uiiit to his fither and iotiher.
M isses Caroline an11d Unie Gibso
r who have taught Vor. several sessioi
te very successfully in thle graded scho
tit SpartN1hurg, declinled to Stand f,
to 'le Spartiahibil.1 terald ill spela
ing of this fact stites 0lat, ''0oe
the trustees said last night, that th1
g, were very sorry to lose the Miss
is (,ibson, who have been universal
t- popular and valuable teachers.
s- The Whitmire Democratic Club.
it The Democratic Club of Whitmi
will meet on Saturday, May 19, at
ly o'clock, p. m1., to reorganize.
J. S. M.,
s. F. W. Fant,
d Secretary pro tern.
1- Davidson College, N. C., May 27--30
11 a. in.. May 27th., Baccalaurea
r- seripoin, Dr. Jaines I. Vance, Newar
8:30 P. m.. Annual Y. M. C. A. Se
'n mn. Dr. A. . Shaw, Charot te, N.
-s. Monday MaIy 2 Nth.
3r. a. mu. Class-l)ay Exercises.
3e p. mu., Meet ing Executive Corn
to 8:30 p. mn., IU--union Literary S
1(d Tuesday, May 29th.
Er-- 9) a. mu., Annual Meeting Board
to 12 M., Addrmess Honu. .John Shi
Wm'illiamis, of Mississippli.
5 :30 p. mu., Oratorical Contest b
ie tween Literary Societies.
10 p. mi., Alumni Rlecep)tion.
s- W'ednesday, May 30th.
k. 1 a. mu., Commencmmement Exercise
e9 p. mn., Reception by Societies ai
lHeduced rates will be granted fro
Li- all st ations ini Nor'th and South Car
ill hina andl probably from Atlanta, S
th vannah, .Jacksonville and Chattano
my Winthrop College Commencement
An invitation has been receiv<
lai froum Winthrop Normal and Indu
Y- trial college to be present at their a
m n iual commnencement exercises whi<
r'y will take place oni Sunday the 3rdi
lie June and continue through Tuesdai
tY. There is quite a large number
ii- younug ladies in the graduateing elai
its this year and among them are ti
hie Newberrians, Miss Mary Carwi
Burtoii and Miss Helen Smith.
er Death of Mrs. Hayes.
>st Mrs. Elizabeth H[ayes of Newber
county died Wednesday and was bi
is ied yesterday at Head Spring chur<
th. Thme services were conducted by t
is Rev. Best.
ill Mrs. Hayes was 79 years of t
and is survived by three sons, Thorn
Henry and E). Lee hayes.
on To Preach Sermon,
ice Rev. W. L. Seabrook, of Newber
an has accepted the invitation to prei
her thme baccalaureate sermon at tme cc
a mencement exereises at time closing
ted the collegiate institute at Lexingi
on the 27th of this month.
NEWS OF 00,
5h Death of Mr. HendrJX--Qebrtioi
Of Old Folks' Day-Personal
as Prosperity, May 17.-The Sorosi!
s- will ileet with Miss Lula M[oseley oi
Friday, the 18th. Subject study, Lori'
1st. Influence of Byron's Ances
C. tors-Miss Marie Reagin.
n- 2nd. Criticisms of his poetry
k, Miss Eva Lester.
3rd. Study of ''The Prisoner ol
e- Cliillon."-Miss Lillie Mae Russell
''My days of happiness are few.'
ss ''Chilled by misfortune's wintr.
ig My dawii of life is overcast;
Love, Hope and Joy alike adieu!
f. Would I could add remembrance,
8- Miss Gertrude Simpson spent Sat
It irday and Sunday at home. She was
V- accompanied on her home coming by
A Mesdames Olivia Bowers and Lucy
y Young. .
;y Messrs. Jno. Pat Wise, Geo. W.
>r Harmon and P. A. Selumpert are at
is home. The seniors are ''out'' till
e commencement. The others will re
r. port at roll call on Monday.
Miss Susie Langford is at home
from the Columbia college.
Miss Rosabell Harmon is at home
Sfor vacation from the Presbyterian
college at Charlotte.
Mrs. S. D. Duncan is visiting rela
- tives in Leesville this week and her
[ ''wuser'' hal f is looking .. powerful
Mr. B. S. SchumIper.t was in town
it Wednesday returning to Columbia the
Mr. B. S. Wheeler of the Railway
Mail service spent a day with his par
etis last week.
Mrs. M. 0. J. Kreps has gone to
A Colnbia to atteii( a meeting of the
ol Executive Committee of the Woman's
>rI Home and Foreign missionary society
of the S. C. synod. She will spend a
coiple of daiy with her brother, Dr. B.
I f. Kieps and will see the reunion.
y Miss Erin Kohn, of the Hickory,
D" N. C. graded schools is at home for
y er vacation.
Miss Lilla Kibler, of the Barling
ton, N. C. schools will spend a few
days with her sister, Mrs. J. A.
3 AMesdames Lizzie Dominick and Lois
Dominick are visiting in Leesville.
Miss Nancie Lou Dominick is vis
iting her sister, MIrs. Hunt, in Lees
Mi. Will Gilston, a former Pros
peiity man, was in town-Wednesday.
Miss Jessie Moseley and Mrs. F. E.
Sehunipert are visiting in Columbia
e anld attending the reunion.
k Among some of the visitors to the
capital city and the reunion we note
Mesdames J. S. Wheeler, Reagin, E.
J. DeWalt, 1. Y. Hunter, D. H.
Withier'spoon; Misses Reagin and
(Cook and Messrs. C. T. Wyche and
Mir. and Mi's. M. C. Morris and lit
Stie Master Marion, hlave gone on a
trip to Atlanta.
Miss Mary Lee Barre,of our city,
fis sponsor for the James D. Nance
Camp U. C. V. at tile reunion this
Misses Bessie Bowers and Lillie
Mae Russell are maids of honor.
Another Confeder'ate veteran has
ainswei'ed the last roll call on earth.
His last tattoo has been sounded and
s. lhe rests from his labors. After a
Slong illness lie is at r'est. Mir. Hendrix
was about 62 years of age. He leaves
ml many r'elatives and friends to mourn
Pi'of. Kicklighter of the Techno
logical department of Newberry col
lege will deliver an address one night
during the Commencement exercises
of the Priosperity graded school, which
will be held May 30-31 ad June 1st,
s. Progiranm will be given lateir.
The firiend who has been receiving
hsome of the wvaifs from the sea, of
life handed me the following and we
think it worth reproducing here foi
the good of all concerned:
ss Ti'ying to get business wvithout ad.
a vertising is like wvinking in the dark:
lyou know what you are trying to do
but nobody else does unless you tell
One step wvon 't take you very far
ryYou 've got to keep on walking;
rrOe-wor won't tell folks who yoi
t'You've got to keep on talking.
One ineh won't make you very tall
You've got to keep on growing;
ge One little ad won't do it all
as' You've got to keep them going..
Don't forget to bring your Book
of Worship Sunday to the ''Old Folk
day'' eiereises. Invitations hav
ry' been sent out to about 50 elderly pei
Oh sons,-who are not members of Grae
m- church. It is expected all thle thi
of members of the church to be there
Ofn A general invitation is given to a'
to attend. Come, and help us: enjo
the day. The day is Siuday, May
20 and not 27 a. published last week.
We have been asked to republish.
the program for the old folks day and
to give the first line of each hymn,
which we will gladly do.
Volulntary. Tle Model Church.
By the choir.
Hymn, No. 338: "Am I a Soldier
of the Cross.'
Scripture reading and prayer.
Address: Looking Backward, Mr.
#Jacob Sheely, of Mt. Tabor.
Hnymn, No. 347: ''Rock of Ages,
Cleft for ic.'"
Address: Looking Forward.
Hypun, No. 139: ''There is a Foun
tain Filled with Blood.'
The Past vs. the Future: Pastor
Hymn, No. 346: "My soul be oi
Collection for benefits aged and dis
abled ministers fund of Synod.
Hymn. No. S11: "Blest be the Tie
All are requested to bring their
Books of Worship with them and join
heartily in the singing.
The Woodien had a Very pleasant
gathering Tuesday night. There be
ing some log rolling to be done and
it being warm and some cooling re
freshments were served together witi
fruits. There was no speech making.
A committee has been appointed to
arrange for a picnic at some conven
ient time -in the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wise went tol
Columbia on Wednesday.
Cotton hoeing is the order of the
day and corn planting is, going on
rapidly. Next week will see the
greater part of the crop planted.
Cotton still continues to be sold in
small quantities. Price 11 3-8, with
Tle crop of caldidaltes from this
section seems to be small s fa. La- I
ter onl it may be difYerent.
Say Chiips, old boy, you are cordlial
,ly invited to attend ''01(d folks (lay''
Yon were at the one we had seven
or eight years ago. Come, and enjoy
the day with us. T don 't meanu to in
sinuate for. a minute that you are old
folks. No, not at all, butt we want
you to have a good time, see?
-On May 26, 1906, at Jolly Street, I
will give a music festival at the school'.
house. The public is cordially imjvited
to attend with' full baskets. Come pre
p)ared to have a pleasant time. Rev.
J. A. Sligh will lecture on music.
Miss Bettie Singley.
Daughters Anxious to Qorrect Mis
All persons wh'lo purchased papers
from the Daughters on memorial dayI
and did not get the two p)arts of the
paper are requestedl to call on Mrs.
WV. H. Hunt who will gladly correct
any errors made on that (lay with the
- The 1e bei
Bank of Newberry.
BANKING INSTITUTIONS. dal
Mixng the Pictures-The Exchange pri
Bank and the Newberry Savings
Bank Both this Issue.
A few issues back, The Herald and as
News p intel an interior view of the to
N'ational bank and a stattement of its to
cl-mlditi(.!n it present, showing its p
.:rowlth and so on.
It was stated at the same time that
1lie ptpuose was to print from time to I
J. D. Davenport.
time views of the other banks in the as
-ity as well as other views. In corm- tm
pliance with that statement a cut was
printed piuiporting to be an interior
Cir. f the Nrew1herry Savin.s bank,
but in reaity, it was the interdor View
A'~ ~ ~ th,Eemn-Nw
t.f the lhehan.e majik of Newberry. da
rTis mixin: f C nes was due t-> the
u11A t '20t cut of the memorial edi
[it n tf The Ilerald and News cu last
Thiursday, and tihe error Wa: i't dis
t"Aeed 1util the entire editionl was
pwinted. We print today the inte
ricr ff botlih anks, the Exclian-ze and
the Savings banks, and also the pres- -
-M. L. Spearinan.
ident and cas.hier of the Exchange lis
ank. - me
Th le Exchange bank was organized of]l
anly last year with a capital of $50,- for
)00. According to the last statement
pubhlsed May 4th, the individual de
posita amlounitedl to $70,000, and the OA
andivided pro(Its to necarly $5,000.00. i
SMr. J. D. D)avenport, who was thme Ra
inf pyt in AIi d*$anisado: 0e
bdrik And*bo SMite ffielens pros-.
t, is still a yWiij ,in fll, of .ti
y and 'enter]fOlH MO .M
arman, the cashi6r, is also a jouni
I, but has boen identified with the
inoss interests of the city for sey.
years and is ,popular alike With
people of the town and the coun.
The 'book-keeper is Mr. W. B.
'he statement of the Savings bank
ed for by the state examifier is
ited in this issue.
County Superintendent Eduoation
hereby announce myA614 a 'Oandi
e for re-election for the office of
uty supierintendent of education
ject to the democratic primary.
J. S. Wheeler.
hereby announce myself a candi
e for Magistrate for Nos. land 8,
oject to the rules of the democratic
Cannon G. Blease.
fesse L. Burns is hereby nominated
a candidate for' magistrate for
miships Nos. 1 and 8, and is pledged
abide the result of the Democratic
For County Auditor.
: hereby announce myself a candi
e for auditor of Newberry County,
ojeet. to the rules of the Democratic
0. M. Buzhardt.
1. C. Counts is hereby nominated
the office of Auditor for Newber
county, subject to the rules of the
V. W. Cromer is hereby announced
a cifndidate for re-election as Au
or for Newberry county -and will
de result of democratic primary.
4r. J. P. Cannon is hereby announ
I for re-election as sub-supervisor
1 is pledged to abide the result of
For Probate Judge.
Fio. C. Wilson is hereby announced
a candidate fpr re-election to the
cc of probate judges Subject to
hereby announce myself a candi
;e for Supervisor for Newberry
mity. Subject to the Democratic
mary. J. C. Dominick.
rnlo. L. Epps is hereby announced
county Treasurer to stleceed him
P. Subject to the Democratic pri
ANTED--T'urkeys and chickens.
\niyone having any to sell will
ase commfun icate with me. Want
mn on June .1st.
S. B. Jones.
ANTED--A Milch cow, fresh in
nilk that will average three and a
f gallons of milk per day. Part
The Newberryr Hotel.
)OD WANTED.--Will pay $2.00
cord for four foot dry pine wood,
le dlivered betw~een now and Nov.
1906. Those wishing to make
tract will come at once b)efore we
e0 bought supp)ly.
.The Mollohon Mfg. Co.
,0FESSIONAL NOTICE-I have
continued the general piractice of
dlicine, and will, hereafter, do only
cc andl consultation work. Office
the next 2 months at residence.
Geo. Y. Hunter, M. D.
.SH-paid for children's and lad
es' clothing for ten days at - the
RIMERS BRING ME YOUR Seed
Vhy do you carry your seed else
rer, do you make anything by do
so. Farmers Oil Mill,
J. H.. Wicker, Mgr.
:AW'S PURE MALT is only sold
n the original bottling, and the
e in the center of the label is pat
ed--always insist on '"the label
h the hole.'' For sale at the
OK HERE FARMERS-When
on are through planting, bring me
the seed you, have left over, 5bu.
500, I want them,
Farmers Oil Mill.
J. H. Wicker, Mgr.
WYCLE REPAXRINGCall on us
or Bicycle sundries and -repairs.
II do your repairing promptly and
Cromer & McGraw..