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The Movements of Many People,
Newberrians and Those Who
lr. 0. Frank Weani returtied on
Sunday from Columbia.
Mr. W. 11. Wendt is ainlounceed as
a candidate for sub-supervisor.
Mr. 0. Marshall Moore returneI to
Greenville on Friday.
Mr. W. B. Wertz spent Saturday
and Sunday in Greenville.
Mr. H1. T. Ienwick left yesterday
Mrs. M. F. Noirris returned from
ColimIbia on Sunday.
Mliss Neville P)ope re01urnedm fromt
Colliumlbia 'n Saturday.
.\ilr. .1. lINtherf'ord Fair,. spenit Sunl-;
day in the city.
lhair i111 llIavird are (otiiluiln
their 1-recat sale for alnotler week.
Mirs. Frederick C"ermanv11. froum
hia. is visiting 'ars. A. .1. S. L'an-gforid.
M r. Charles M oore, of Columlibia,
s tent aetd ' isla ill lte citv.
Th'le chihdrenl of thle lHaptist sunl-!
ildaly' sool will plinic a. Little MnI
1. i f il' l .
.Is . a Iatidate.14 for re-ch-ttif o ill h e
.r. anld N IrS. Htavenlel Nilleth, 4or
idaho, spent saturlday an ' unday
with Mirs. Y. .1. Pope.
'Nlessrs. W. WV. (Coltonl and' Roland(
Scaife, of I'nionl, spent Sunday in the
Mr. Floyd Bradley. of Newber'.
spent Suildav in the city.-LIalurens
Misses Buford and Eptin. of New
herry were with Miss Ola Belle Anni
'ersar day.-clintoi Chroniele.
ir. andl Ms. Cole L. Blease, of
Newherry. are spending a few (ays at
Wright 's ho(tel .-Columbllia Rlecordl.
Miss Lizzie Ear'hardt. of Newherr,
w\.as the guest of her aunt. Mt's. Geo.
McCrary, on Saturday aind Stiday.
Misses Rook Siunmos, and Annie
Greti, of Newberry, spent Saturday
and Suniay withl Miss Orrah Bess Lit
Mrs. W. L. Seabrook and Miss
Frances Seabrook leave todia for
PeinlsyNlaniat,l where they will visit
relalives for Several mlonlths.
Ir. and Mrs. F. W. H. Nance, of
Ahheville. are visitintg at the home of
tivir nephew. Mr. .. 1). Nance. and
other relatives inl the eountY.
E. 11. A\ull anId famiiily leave this
mtin01*11ll., for 1)ysonl to attenIld the
g.4hhd'n weldinl. ol' his parents. Mr.
and Mt's. .T. I. AtulI.
( it'. S. Mtwe, ( eo. II. 'romue', W.
I". Ewar't. ('ole L. Blease and J1. A.
IBlatck weler left y'ester'day' for Stun
ter toi att endi gr'antd lodge Knightts of
MIiiiaiugh is offIerintg special cotm
mtencemntat pr'ii'es ont wuhitet goiods andl
ev'erythlin. to muake up fte ptroper rig
f'or comnmencemtent . le has pic'ked
up somie speial values wvhich lhe is
giving to Itis trande.
Miss E. L4illau Kihler', who has been
teac'hing in the gr'adedl sc'hool in Mon
roe. N. C.. is hiomte f'or the v'acat ion.
MIiss Bert ha Davidson, who h'as
tught the past y'ear' in Blackv'ille, is
Mu'. d1. W'. Swit tenbe'rg, a gt'aduate
itf Newberry~ college aund a son of
Mr. (leo. WV. Swit tentberg. itt this
counaty, wh'lo has taught school for t he
past several vear's at F"air'fax in Bairn
wiell 'outy, v has reten tly' been eletcd
pr'incipaul of the graded'i stchool at
Pickents, S. C.
In the graiduating class at Clemson
college this year in Mr. II. W. Schum
port, of Newberry, a son of Mr. .
Frecd Schunmpei't of the county. Mr'.
T. E. Keitt, son of Prof. Thos. WV.
Keitt, a former Newberr'y boy is also
one of the graduates. The commence
ment begins on the 10th of June.
At a recent meeting of the stock
holders of the Little Mountain Oil
mill it was decided to increase the
capital stock $10.000. The capital is
now $25,000. This increase is to be
preferred stock. The old officers wvere
reelected. President, J. B. Derrick,
seeretary and treasurer, J. C. Epting,
Death of Mr. A. L. Whitman.
Mr. A. L. WVhitman died at his
homne in No. 9, near St. Luke's on
Sunday morning, aged about 55 years.
He leaves a wife and four children.
His remains wvere buried on Monday
at 11 o'clock at the Chapman burying
fr. Whitman had beeni in bad
he1th for about a year.
ro Enlarge and Remodel the Newber
ry Hotel-O. 0. Davis Has the
Mr. Wheeler has closed the conl
tract to build an addition to the New
berry hotel and to change the office
11nd dininig rooimi and otherwise im
prove the property. The addition will
be built in the rear of the sample
room which is next to the Newberry
This will contain about ten bed
rooms with good ventilation on both
The dining rooi will be moved
down stairs in the room now used for
a sample roomt and the front will be
clianged and plate glass put in. Plate
glass will also be put ill the front of
the olice, and the reading and writing
room will be in the rear of the ofice
on the same floor. The olee and dilt
inlg room will he turnished in haird
wood wvitl hard wood floors.
This wats decide(l upon in, place of
addiing anotiher story. This iwill give
about fortv bed rooms in the entire
The contiract has been let to Mr. C.
C. )avis and work will be Commenced
Rutherford Graded School.
'T'lie ilt lierlord raded shool
taugihit tie past session bv Mr.s. Min
nit Caldwel I closed, oi SaturdaV Witi
aml exlihition by the clildren and a
The elhildren acquitted themselves
very creditably and gave evidence of
the thlorough and careful training
they had during the session under di
rectionl of Mrs. Caldwell. The picnic
was greatly enjoyed by all the large
R. F. D. Directory.
A Mirectory of the Hural Free De
livery routes in the counties of Spar
tanburg, reenville. L1aurens. New
berry and GIrecnwood is now being
Compiled by the )ireetories Publish
ing corporation of Norfolk, V'a.
This directory will be very essential
to all merchants desiring to reach the
couitry trade. Their represeitative,
Mr. D. E. Arnold. is in Newberry,
and will call on the different mer
chants relative thereto.
Newberry Defeats Clemson.
NewbeTy played Clemson on Sat
urday afternoon on the Clemson dia
mood. The game was %.il by New
berry. tle seore beiig 2 to 4.
''le Seond Quarterly Con ference
for Newherry Circuit will be held at
Trinity vchiirch 26. 27 inst. Tlhere will
he preaChiin!g at I1 a. iml. Saturday. af
Ier wliih will be held the business
session otf thle co nference. Sundav
pireachimuir at Trin ity at 11 a. mn. New
(Chiapel. 4 p. mi.
A. HI. Blest. P. C.
May 21. 190ti.
Death Mr. C. L. McFadden.
'[hle miany friendls in this communi
ty oif Mr. Charlie L,. McFadden will
be pained tom hear of' his deathI. which
oicurredl May 15. 190t6. at Hot
Spr ' . Arkansas, where lie had gone
to b, -eated for rheumatism. His
sister. lirs. W. B. Kinard, was called
to his bedside two weeks ago. She will
accompany his remains to Rock Hill.
S. C., where lhe wvill be buried.
Mr. McFadd(en wvas a studlent of
W~oford college. where lie was pre
paring for thle Met hodist ministry, lie
was a proi.ssing young mnan and had a
hosts of friends all over the state. lie
has madle thbree inspiring mission lee
tures in St. Philip's church, wvhichi
weevrymc ap)preciated. The
hrhhas lost a loyal worker.
The substitution of one word for
another or the omission of one is fre
ruently enough to spoil the effect of
Rn orator's eloquence.
Years ago there was a military
celebration, in the course of which
various popular military organiza
tions andl regiments were made the
subljects of orations, eulogies and
toasts. One enthusiastic admirer of
the Salem Light infantry had care
fully prepared a toast which he was
sure would swell the hearts of those
contnected with the company in ques
tion with pride and joy.
He proposed to begin as follows:
"To the Salem Light Infantry! Let
the enemies of our country look on
such tro'ops and tremble!''
Unfortunately when the time for
the delivery of his toast cam'e his wits
"The Salem Light Infranty!'' he
faltered. "The Salem Light infantry I
Let our country look on such troops
WANT OHANGE 80 #miuL.
Afternoon Trai Out o lumbia H
Over Columbia and Gr vile
Railroad Commissioner Earle says
that the towns along the route of the al,
Columbia and Greenville line of the re
Southern are divided as to the pro- 1a,
posed afternoon train out of Colum- pi
bin and the morning train back this ti
way, and that another meeting is' to be gl
held in Greenville on the 29th for the ar
purpose of attempting to get together th
as to what is best to be done for the co
greatest number. th
Mr. Earle says that the delegations th
from Anderson, Belton, Pendleton, ed
H1onea Path, Greenwood, . .,lhalla iz,
and other smaller points- west of is
Newberry were solidly opposed to
any change unless a third train were at
established to give Columbia what she i
needs and wants, while Greenville, st
Pelzer. Piedmont. WVilliamston, chap
pells, Prosperity. Newberry, PonIa ria,
Old Town, Silver Street and ('olum
bia are willing to have the train leav
ing here at midday changed so as to or'
leave late in the afternoon, and the
leaving time ot the corresponding
train back to Columbia shioved up to :
about 7 o'clock in the morning. ta
It wotiuld seei frmii Mr. Earle's
sziatement that a majortwity of those t in
terested want oppolttuitliiy to get into
0'ol1ubia for a day at a time and of
chance to reach northeri mail con
neutions througl GIreenville, and that
to accomplish this a third train will
be most desirable. but that a change
of schedule will be preferable to no
relief at all.-Columbia Record.
There is no doubt that Mr. Earle
is correct in the statement which he
makes to the Coltimbia Record. and
the tpeople on the Blue Ridge branch
from Belton to Walhalla would not
object to a change on the main line I
if it did not cause a change in the
schedule of the ie Ridge. It was
thought best. however. by those who
attended tle meeting at Belton toI fe
unite in the request for the extra
trainls anld to consider the schedules
again, at the meeting on the 2htll.
To put on the extra train sugest
ed and to leave tihe r'iddav trains on.
their present schedule would give two v
trains out of Greenville towards Co- ut
lumnbia within two hours of each oth- on
W e are satisfied that if the ehange, l
was once put into operation that all ta
those who oppose it at present would
tind it so much mor-e conveient that
they would wonder why they iad ever
opposed such a change. As Mr.. t
l'irle states. it will hardly be possible
for any change to be made that would 'i
meet the approval of everybody, and
the only thing for the railroad and e(l
railroad commiissioners to do is to of
atgree npn some schedule that wil ti
have the approval of the majority of t
the patrons along that line.
Recalled the Name at Last.b
Everybody 's Magazine.
The stage zoachm that carries theG
mail between Kent' Hill and Read
tield station in Maine drew up along
the roadside and the driver accosted
a little old man working in a field.
'Do you know who Mrs. Abby B.
Brown is and where she lives 7'
Tihe old man considered. "Brown.
A bby B. Brown ?" he repeated. "Yout
don't mean Mrs. Poll y Brow"n, do
"No. Mrs. Abby B. Brown; we'ser
gzot a letter for her.'' C
"'B. you say the middle letter is B,
do you? I know a whole lot of P
Browns that live on the other side ofte
the road, but there ain't any Abby B be
among them. You don 't mean Abby
B. Smith, do you? She lives over-"
''No, it's Abby B. Brown. We'll t
find her somehow. Thanks." t
The stage driver started his horses at
but before the corner was reached a
faint "Hello" caused the passengers.
to turn round. The old man, hoe in n
hand, was pursuing the stage.
"Brown, Mrs. Abby B. Brown, did
you say? Why, I know her. She'sti
my wife." i
A genius who succeeds in inventing
a cornet that will blow the head off W
theb lower will not have lived in vain.
LOST-My Hand Satchel, containing go,
a leather comb and brush set, a car- all
bo-magnetic razor, shaving brush, rei
pair of scissors, night shirt, two col- ca1
lars and pair of cuffs. Was either wi
stolen or taken through mistake last rei
Thursday from Train No. 11 be- te4
tween Newberry and Honea Path. wi
Also two copies of Senate Journal for sai
1006. The collars are stamped with
the namie "L.atimer Clothing Co.,
Honea Path, S. C.,, Will pay liberal
rewiard for information that will lead
to its recovery.
0. E. Moore,
Dw Would It Doto Revive This So
clety-The Constitution Adopt- .
ed In 1895.
In looking over the flles of The Her
.1 and News a few .days ago, we atc
minded of the fact that in 1895 thI
lies of Newberry organized al im
ovement society. For some reason,
ere has been no meeting of this or
nization for several years, and w(
e sure that the good work whicl
Dy started out to do has not beet
mpleted. Wb should be glad to sei
0 society revived, and feel satisfiet
at a good work could be accomplish
in inany directions by a live organ
ition similar to the one started il
We copy below from The Horal,
A News of April, 1895, the proceed
gs of the meeting at which the con
itution and by-laws were adopte
A the election of oflicers was had.
A meeting of the ladies of Newber
was held April .1, 1895, at whiiel
cting the Imiprovement Society wa
The following officers were elected
P"resident, Mrs. Jales McIntosh
4e president, Mrs. T. C. fool; secre
ry. Miss Eloise Welch; t reasurei
rs. N: It. Mazyck.
The followin- coistitution and by
ws were adopted fi the governmen
1. The name of this society shal
the Imlproveient Society of New
2. The objects shall be the iin
ovement and care of the cemete
s under the supervision of the oill
rs of the cemetery and town. Th
tablishment of a town library ant
rk. and other purposes of improve
nit in the town as shall be foun<
cessary in the future history of th
3. The membership shall consist o
I persons willing to pay an initiatio1
e of 25 cents and annual dues of $
r ladies and gentlemen. and 50 cent
r girls and boys and to cooperate il
During the objects of this associa
4. The officers shall be a president
ie president, secretary and treas
er, and these officers shall hok
ice for one year, or until their sue
.sors are elected and ;nstalled. Thi
esident, vice president. and secre
rY at least shall be ladies.
5. Ten members shall cmstitute
orum and tile ordinary parlianien
ry rules shall prevail in the transac
m of business.
The re-tular ieetings shall be hel
the second Monday of each month
7. This constitution may be amend
or altered at any regular ineetint
the society by a two-thirds v(t,- (A
illellmemers present. Provided no.
-e be given at two regiular meefin.g
eeding a final vote.
A vomminit tee of three ladies was ap
iited inl each ward to solicit mtem
rship and work up an interest in th<
)ES TO UNIVERSITY VIRGINIA
of. E. B. Setzler Resigns at New
berry College and Goees to Uni
versity Of Virginia.
Prof. E. B. Setzler, who some tim<
a sent his resignation to the trus
Sof Newberry college, has beer
en the~ positionl in the University
irii,as professor of mod
languages and has accepted.
rhe board of trustees of Newberr3
lege has not held any meeting sinct
'fessor Set zler's resignation was
idered. and therefore, no action hias
en taken on it or in regard'to his
acessor. The board wvill meet dur
( ommencement and his p)lace inl
college will be filled.
[Prof. Setzler took a special course
the University of Virginia and
ideater high stand. He is a
adaeof Newberry college anda
tiv.e of this county, and has been a
ry hard student since his gradua
n and Tihe Herald and Newvs is
~ased that lhe 'has secured the posi
ni with a college of so high stand
as the University of Virginia.
EY NOT NOW --Wnile you cari
raye your teeth examined by Dr.
R. Harding, wvho will tell you the
ith about them, and put them in
ad condition painlessly. Take out
the old snags and loose teeth and
>lace them with new ones. All that
' be saved by filling or crowning
ll be retained in the mouth. Nerves
noved w"ithout pain. Have yout
th extracted at 9 a. m. and go home
Lh new teeth at 4 o'clock p. m. the
Dr. G. R. Harding,
Kewberry, S. C. Phone 175.
liD Your Panama hats to Laurenis
[Aundry to be cleaned. Makes them
By The PupUiA of iWs Hatte Leaveu
To Be Given Tomorrow Even
The following is a programme of
the piano recital to be given by the
pupils of Miss Harriette Melver
Leavell at the studio. Wednesday w
ening, May 23, at 8:30 o'clock: '
Duet, Little Curly Head March
Holcombe, Misses Margaret Burton
and Lila. Summer.
Bird's Lullaby-Reid, Miss Ethel
Message of the Flower-Hackh,
Miss Margaret Davis.
Bicycle Waltz-Geibel, Miss Corne
lia Fleming Mayer.
Galop-Renard, Miss Ruth Half
Trio-Marchi--L. Streobbog, Misa.
es MarI Frances Pool, Mai-garet Bur
1 ton and Master Robert Houseal.
Wee Story-Orth, Miss 'Mattic
1 1. What Grandpa Used to Play on
his Fiddle-Aletter. 2. The Robins
Virgil, Master Robert Houseal.
: learts Springtime-Ganne, Miss
.Mary Brooks Denni.
- 1. Little Neopolitan, 2. Little Cas
tilian-A. SchInoll, Miss Margaret
- Sodtly Sings the Br.ook'-Wenzel,
Miss Katherile arlington.
11. \lornin- Song. 2. Murimuring
Brook-Gurlitt. MUiss Mary Frances
Moon Flowers-Epliraim, Mastet
- Clarence Davis.
- Waltz op. 62.-Gurlitt, Miss Lucile
La Coquette-Smith, Miss Clarn
Trio-Gavotte-Behr, Misses Lucile
I Wbst. Katherine Garlington and Mas
ter Clarence Davis.
Chausonette-Werner, Miss Lillian
Badinere Valse-Horvath, Miss Lu.
; La Syl phide-Jadashon,Miss Em
I ma Rodger.
1. The Wayside Chapel-Wilson, 2.
Fragrance of May- Virgil, Miss Lila
I Alice Aull, Emma Rodger and Verna
- Louise Summer.
Chapel in the Mountain-Wilson,
Miss Lera Long.
Love Dreams-Brown, Miss Verna
The Mocking Bird-Koelling. Miss
Lucy Alberta NWight. I
Serenade-Koelling, Miss Alice Aull.
1. Barcarolle-Williams, 2. Invita
. tion to the Dance-Weber Miss Verna
1. The Butterfly-Greg, 2. Morceau
in A Flat-Wollenlianpt, Miss Eva
Ltesremaining in the postoflice
at Newvberry, S. C., for week ending
May 19, 1906.
B-S. F. Boozer, Will Boozer. Fan
C-Ida Clark, 'H. A. Cole, R. W.
E-M. E. Enlow.
G-Thomas Gary, Johnn ie Glemnon,
J-Frances Jeter, Minms Jones, B.
M-Carrie Merkee, Lily Bell Me
P-H. LeRoy Pitkin.
R-M. L. Red, Lular Rodgers,
Sylleor Robertson, Mary Rogers.
S-Nancy Sanders, Henry Kuhns
Spearman, W. K. Smith, Ader Smith,
T-Eddy Taylor, Charlotte Tribble.
W-Sallie Waldrop, B. C. Wallace,
N. M. Wessinger.
Persons calling for these letters will
please 'say they were advertised.
C. J. Pureell,
Has His Furlough.
James S. Davidson, now of Spar
tanburg, who is here for the reunion,
is exhibiting his furlough, granted
September 6, 1804, at Asheville for
20 days. The paper is well p)reserv'
ed to be 42 years old. Mr. Davidson
was a private in the Afacbeth Light
Artillery and wecnt into the service
from Newberry district when 18 years
old. His furlough is signed by R. WV.
Porter, first lieutenant commanding,
and endorped by Jas. H1. Wilkes as
acting assistant adjutant general on
the staff of Col. J. B. Palmer. Not
many Confederates, kept their fur..
toughs and other army papers but Mr.
Davidson kept a complete record of
his service in the army.-The State.
hi this day and age the sooner the
bride begins to cook the sooner the
honeymoon will bump the bumps.
REMEMBER. the Laurens Laundry Is
*still represented at The Heraldl and
News Ofmee. Good work or no moti'-.
WANTBD-d&0Id toee M4 wof6to you
build and get prices on salA aoors,
blinds, flopring., ceiling, shingles, etc.
0. W. LeRoy.
WANTED-Lady or gentle41au of
fair education to travel for frm of
$250,000 capital. Salary $1,072 per
year, payable weekly. Expenses ad.
Geo. G. Clows,
Newberry, S. C.
WANTED-Turkeys and chickens.
Anyone having any to sell \vill
please conmmunicate with me. Want
tlien on June 1st.
S. B, Jones.
WOOD WANTED.-Will pay $2.00
per cord for four foot dry pine wood,
to be delivered between now and Nov.
1st, 1906. Those wishing to make
contract will come at once before we
havINe bought supply.
The Mollohon Mfg. Co.
PROFESSIONAL NOTICE-I have
discontinued the general practice of
medicine, and will, hereafter, do only
office and consultation work. Office
for the next 2 months at residence.
Geo. Y. Hunter, M. D.
CASH--paid for children's and lad
ies' clothing for ten days at the
SHAW'S PURE MALT is only sold
.in the original bottling, and the
hole in the center of the label is pat
ented-always. insist on "the label
with the hole." For sale at the
BICYCLE REPAIRING-Call on us
for Bicycle sundries and repairs.
Will do your repairing promptly and
Cromer & McGraw.
For County Superintendent Education
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election for the office of
county superintendent of ',ducation
subject to the democratic primary.
. J. S. Wheeler.
I hereby announce myself a candi
(late for Magistrate for Nos. land 8,
subject to the rules of the democratic
Cannon G. Blease.
Jesse L. Burns is hereby nominated
as a candidate for magistrate for
townships Nos. 1 and 8, and is pledged
to abide the result of the Democratic
For County Auditor.
I hlerebjy annIounce myself a candi
(date for auditor of Newberry County,
subject to lie rules of the Democratic
II 0. M. Buzhiardt.
R.C. Counts is hereby nominated
fr the flce of Auditor for Newber
rycont, subject to tile rules of the
W. W. Cromecr is hereby announced
as a candidlate for re-election as Au
dhitor for Newberry county and will
ab)ide result of democratic primary.
.J. Moiiroe W.ieker is hereby an
niounlced as a cand(idate for re-election
Ifor the oliee of county supervisor, and(
Will abidle the rules of the democraitie
I heCreby announce myself a candi
(late for Superv'isor for Newberry
county. Subject to the Democratic
pi&inary'. J. C. Dominick.
W. II. WVendt is hereby announced
as a candhidate for subl-supervisor and
will abide the rules of the democratic
We hereby nominate our comrade,
Osborne WVells, for reelection to the
Offie of Sub-Supe4'isor and pledge
him to abide the result of the Demo
eratic primary. No better soldier ev
er served ini the Cofifederate army.
Mr. J. P. Cannon is hereby announ
ced for re-election as sub-supervisor
and is pledged to abide the result of
the democratic primary.
For Probate Judgq.
Jno. C. Wilson is hereby announced
as a candidate for re-election to the
offee of probate judge. Subject to
thme demnocratic primary..
Jno- L. Epps is heoeby announced
for county Treasurer to succeed hinm
self. Subject to the IDemocratic pri