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u. ut spent Ibday n
Mr. Luther Risor, is at h9me for
.,aweek or ton days.
Mr. A. T. StAmand, of Old Town,.
spent Saturday in the city.
Mrs. Si Basche, of Savannah, is
visiting Mrs. C. J. Purcell.
Mr.' W. C. Bynum returned home
Dr. Robert Dacus, of Greenville,
spent Sunday iii the city.
Mr. Harry W. Dominick spent Sat
urday in Laurens on business.
lir. Luther I?iser is at home for a
week or ten days.
Mr. . H. Hunt spent Sunday in
Mrs. S. J. -Derrick returned on Sat
y from a' visit to Washington,
Mr. S. H. McLean, of Columbia,
spent several days in the city last
Mrs. E. M. Evans will entertain on
Wednesday evening in honor of Miss
Alexander of Teinessee.
,-Miss Lois Goggans, of the Pres
byterian college, of Charlotte, re
turned home on Saturday.
Miss Helen Goggans, who has been
teaching in the graded school at
Laurens, returned Saturday.
Mr. Lewie Lane, of the Bell Tele
plhone company of Atlanta, is at home
on a visit.
Miss Harriette Leavell left on Sat
urday for Virginia where she will
spend the summer with friends.
Copeland Bros., are moving to tho
new store in the McCaughrin block.
The store they vacate will be used
by Kibler, Dennis and Co.
Wednesday, being Decoration Day,
is a legal holiday for the rural car
riers and they will not go on their
rounds on that day.
Misses Genevieve and Canile Evans
returned from Nashville, Tenn., on
Friday accompanied by their friend,
Misses Maizie Dominick and Paul
ine Gilder returned from the Pea
body Conservatory of Music, Balti
Messrs. Jno. W. Earhardt and Hen
ry B. Wells left yesterday to attend
the Slate convention of the State
Firemen 's Associatlion which meets
this week in Georgetown.
D)r. I. E. Crimnm will be in New
b)erry next Monday for one wveek
only. is ofile will be-over the post
oflice and your eyes may lbe examined
* A called meeting of the Bachelor
Maids will be held in the library on
Tuesday afternoon at 5 o 'clock, and
a full attendance is desired as mat;
ters of importance are to be trans
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mathis of Union
came over on Saturday to spend Suni
(lay at their old home. Mrs. Mathis
* hadl not been here in sixteen years
and Mr. Mathis in eight years. New
berry has grown very much in these
The ladies of the A. R. P. church.
will have a rummage sale in the
store lately accepted by Copeland
Bros., on Saturday, June 2nd, be
ginning at 10 o'clock.
At a recent meetin~g of thie direc
tors of the Pomaria Oil Mill, Ben M.
Setzley wvas re-elected president.
Intendant and Aldermen.
At. the recent municipal election of
the town of Pomaria, Ben. M. Setz
ier wvas elected Intendant and Jno.
C. Aul.l, Thios. E. Hentz, Jacob B.
7Koon and W. S. Seybt were elected
At Mimnaugh 's this week, begin
ning tomorrow morning, there are
' some special values whiel; last only
for a short time and at stated per
r ods4 You will .have to ?efer~ to. his
o o'avertisement' in this issu'e; to see
what these values Are and at what
*hours they,will be offered, but it will,
pa yuto ranke the reference here
The duty of tlib citizens to-. t
state, a well "their, duty t Oc
walt ththeis of an- npreksive 'se
montin the h ut4eran Chrbch of t
Rdeemer o '.Sunday morning
Dr. James A. B., Scherer, preside
of Newberry college, who preach
in the absence of the pastor, the Re
Wm. L. Seabrook.
"Render therefore unto Caesar t
things. which are Caesar's; and uh
Godthe things that are God's," w
the text ,chosen by Dr. Scherer. Dt
ing the course of his sermon I
Scherer referred to the fact that t
word politics, ~originally a wo
which carried with it not reproa<
but honor, had been dragged into t
mire in this age of the world. Chri
in the words of the text, had taug
the duty of the citizens to the Sta
The tribute money which had be
handed him bore the image and su
erseription of the Caesar'. Rend
unto Caesir the things which a
Caesar's, he taught. Dr. Schei
said that possibly it was not t
much to imagine that in the l4tI
part of the sentence the Christ h
pointed to his questioners as lie i
tered the words, ''and unto God t
things that are God's." Men w<
God's coins, create-d in the image
God. Do your duty to the state, a
give yourself to God, was the thoug
which lie sought toimpress througli
A large congregation was presen
MUST DISPLAY SIGNALS.
Order of Importance to People 1
Ceiving Mail on Rural Routes.
The postmaster at Newberry I
received the . following order in ra
crence to- patrons. of rural rout
which should be read and noted.
After July 1 all patrons of rui
routes must have signals if there
mail in the box to be collected. Ti
is done to save time for the carrie
The Herald and News gives the ord
May 20, 1906.
1. On and after July 1, 1906, F
trons of the rural delivery serv
will be required to display signals
their boxes when they Jeave mail
them for carriers to collect, as, i
ter that date, carriers, when servi
their routes, will not be required
open and examine any mail boxes e
cept those to which they have mi
to deliver and those on which signi
are displayed to indicate there
miail for carriers to collect.
2. Those 'patrons whose boxes a
not provided with signals must i
tachi some device wvhich, whelin d
playedl, wvill plainly show passi
carrier.s there is mail to be collects
It is not necessary that suchi devi
shall be either complicated or co:
ly; a very simple arrangement vw
answer tihe purpose.
3. Carriers must lower the signi
on Boxes after making collectioi
provided no mail- is left therein; a:
must display the 'signals when th
dleposit mail for patrons, unless t
patrons have made request to the c
4. The car.riers must ho instruct
to promptly inform p)atrons of th4
routes wvith regard to this Order, a
you should, without expense to t
depart mont, use such ot her n ecessa
means foi' informing them as wvill
cure a comp)lete understanding ai
full comljIagge by all patrons on t
5. Two copies of this letter a
herewith inelosed, one to be imme
intely p)osted by you in a promine
p)lace in the public part of tihe po
officee, and the othier to be placed
P. V. D. Graw.
4th As't P. M. Gen.
,Mr. Wicker Appointed.
Mr. Thomas E. Wicker has bei
appointed carrier for route numb
3, going out from Newberry, to su
coed Mr. B. T. Bishop, who resign<
some time ago to go into the live:
business iln Newberry. Mr. Wick
will begin work on this route on F1
day, June 1st.
West End and Whitmire
West End and Whitmire will cro
bats on the West End diamond ne
Saturday afternoon at 4 ocloek. TI
teams,.are old rivals, and a close ai
interesting game is being looked fo
ward to. Bray and Williams will 1
the battery for West End and lMed
and Watson for Whitmire.
Both teams are getting in shaj
for the game,i and a finie exhibiti<
of the* great nationtl sport will I
T11nity Al Qhi . in 0oo4
ular With Hisobargel
Rev. W. T. Duncan; Presidi1*,-E
der of the Cokesbury Distriet, pbabl
ed on Saturday morning fit Tri il
b church at the :meeting' of the quai
ad torly , coference of the Newberj
y. Circuit from the text: "Whosdev4
will let him take up his cross dail
e and follow me." Very lucibly at
to ably he discoursed on the themes'<
as self denial and cross bearing. TI
Lr Rev. Mr. Duncan is one of the able
jr. preachers in South Carolina.
lie After a sumptuous dinner the o
rd ficials coniposing the conference. m
Ih, 'to transact the business of the charg
he Mr. F. M. Schumpert, the rocordit
3t, steward, was re-elected seer<tar
ht Twenty members answered to the
io. names on roll call. The pastor.'s r
on port shows that the work was in e:
p- cellent shape; further it showed foi
er baptisms, two mnmbers received I
re certificates, three deaths, five remo
er als by certifleate. .
D On finances the stewards report<
er $126.80 for the support of the mini
id try. A good report for this seas
it- of the year. $32.50 was raised fi
'1' the EpWorth Orphanage, $16.80 w1
re spent in repairs on the church. TI
of pastor reported that he collected*$1(
d 18, in aid of the Southern Methodi
hit churches which were destroyed I
ut earthquake in San Francisco.
Messrs. G. M. Sligh, H. B, Hendr
and H. M. Henry, with I. H. Bot
ware an<j E. L. Hayes, were elect(
delegates to tie..District confereni
which meets in Saluda in July.
- The next quarterly conference wi
be held at Ebenezer.
Presidi.ng Elder Duncan inquiro
very carefully into the interest of ti
:es church and makes an excellent Pr
siding Elder, this being his first yea
,al Pastor Best is very popular with 11
is people and work is moving alo
is nicely under his care.
er Death of Mrs. Dickert.
Mrs. Martha Elizabeth Dicke
died on Friday, May 25, at her hon
in No. 2 township. Mrs. Dickert w
a- a daughter '>f Jno. H. Livingston,
ce this county. She was born Novemb
on 26, 1841, and was therefore mto
in than 64 years of age at the time
if- her death. She was married.to -A]
g M. L. Dickert on December 9, 196
to and lie, with one child, Mrs. T. N
x- Folk, survives'her. She also leaV
il one sister, Mrs. Mary Harris, of ti
is Mrs. 'Dickert had been seriously
for sonie time, and the end was ii
re unexpected. She had been a patic
it- sufferer for five years, bearing h
is- sufferings with Christian paticn
nig anid'fortitude. She joined tihe Luit
d. eran chlurch in 1872, and was a col
ce sistenit member until the time of hi
t- death, giving her time and her se
ill |vice to her church and its interes
so .iong as her health and streng
s would permit. A few days b)efo
sher death she expressed her readime
ito b)e called to her eternal home, if
was God's wvill that it should be so
beShe had many warm friends in il
n. community in which she lived, wi
sincerely mourn her death.
BdShe was laid to rest on Saturday
dtile family burying ground, with
dr twenty- five yards of tile pliace of hi
heThe pall b)earers were: Capt. I
iH. Folk, Adam Kibler, Ben F. Cai
e-1no1, Calvin WVickey, John Crumpto
'and Walter F. Ruff.
re Water to Rosemont,
- Those interested have succeeded
ait having the city water extended I
st Rosemont .and there wvill be si
" spigots. This will be a g'reat co'
venlience to those who are intereste
in this silent city of tile dead an
who., of us are not?
This will give water for the loi
and at the same time furnish goc
'and pure drinking water.
e 'Carolina Bummer School.
d The Carolina Summer school uti
der the auspices of the M. E. Churel
or South, for the training of the Sur
. day school workers, will. be' held
Wrightsville Beach, near Wilminf
ton, On June 15-21. Among the fa<
ulty appears the name of J. A.- I
a Scherer, president of Nelvberry cc
e This is a most -delightful place t
ad spend the summer, the bathing beir
r-- as good as there is on the Atlanti
,e coast and .It is within eight miles e
r Wilmington, N. 0.
"1he Atlantic Coast- Line will se
Oround trip tickets Juno 14-15-14
Sgood to i'eturn imtll June 25,.at on
* frst class fare plus 25 cents. -T
~ate fromt Newherry.ie $7.d5~
ill Tl)5%tr of gnera sessin
m dynveng &t Ngwvberry on Mo
in- Juae 1l', 1ere is a pretty I
led, erb-iial doekot, 'oing to the
a th#igreat many cases were cO
es ued .fromthe spring court oinaO
of thj absence of 'Senator B
in-- who was .in attendeAce At Mth
be. The court come6 tlb- same we
fiss commencement, but' that will
ill, those who have to attend con
200 iQpportunity to take in part of
to menecement xercises at least.
ood Th following jurors were d
in- on Friday to serPq at this ter
A the, court.
liss Jno, T. Oxuer.
.ido Rt. Y. Leavell.
ro"s W. F. Enlow,
left J. Ml. Werts,
Aind; A. Danielsen.
int. N. F. Jolh'Ison.
H. K. Bedenbaugh..
J. H. West.
P. R. Hallnman.
has C. M. Bauknight.
tion Geo. P. Boozer.
on A. Singleton.
He J. D. Stokes.
ant J. 11. Hunter.
.1 is J. 1). Nance.
A. H. Kohn.
C. S. R1uff.
1). C. Boland.
Yflee J. P. Neel.
ing W. T. Jackson.
J. T. Danielson.
B. A. Havird.
J. W. Wilsoil.
E: M. Cook.
ler, J. M. Nichols.
P. B. Hutchison.
A. J. S. Langford.
S. E. Senn.
-on, Ben. M. Setzler.
J-. P. Dawkins.
F. C. Sligh.
ite, Arthur Lee.
H. S. B. Kibler.
ters J. H. Caldwell.
ier- W. F. Ewart.
[. J. W. Monts.
Son of His Father.
at- Mr. J. R. Leavell, of Greer
was in town onefday last week
ing his cousin Mr. James Chal
ave and attending to some matters
L.30 were more of a business nature
a social kind. This editor kie-i
aid, Leavell almost before lie knew
ites self, and the acquaintance has a
just been pleasant. Mr. Leavell is
of Mr. J. R. Leavell, senior, of
le berry, whose daily example
the efforts in behalf of young men
In 't of much value to those whose
be were thrown along his way.
of us knew him best in the Mei
of the Sons of Temperance,
which lhe was seldom absent. I
nee some in appearance and leasfi
old address we have no doubt tha
ock. heart of the junior Leavell is as
old as was that of his father in the
ted ago. In after years, we havn
hey doubt that the kindly heart an
ecre correct life of the son will be re
io bered as p)leasantly as is that c
un- father, those friendship and ec
the greeting was as a beacon light
young of fifty years ago.-Abb
Press and Banner.
ap-- Very general interest is felti
lhe approaching marriage of Miss ]
beth Griffin Land, of Augusta t<
ech. Jesse Young McFall of Newberi
C., recent annonncement of wie
e,been made by Dr. and Mrs. ]
to Land. The marriage will be a
terest.ing but quite event of Jun
uost at the First Baptist church.
but ' The above from the Au
upt Chronice of Sunday will be0 read
aind interest by a large cir'cle of fr'
of the two interested paurties he
Newberry. Mr. McFall is bashi
ror-- the Commercial Banik, and Miss
t'ta. is a sister of Mrs. Jno. M. KC
and has spent considerable tim
this Newberry in the p)ast several ye
Som ItA Urgent Request.
ago Soetime ago the committe
[o entertainment for the Semi-Ce
tsnial of the college sent to the h
holders of the town requests
they inform Prof. 0. B. Cann'o
enclosed postal card how many g
they will entertain. The comn
nia are disappointed that so few r
,tu- have been received, and they
ter- ask others who will help to take
md of our guests to use the 'posta(
to infor'm the committee just as
are as possible. The matter is in
ow, tant and the time grows short.
tow St. Luke's Episcopal Ohurch
Bishop Capors will conduct
ofy vices in St. Luke's Episcopal el
on Thursday evening, May 3
anaR 8.80 o'clock.. The public is in'
hlornw*U I rphaMageo~-rbtad
'Asheville, May 24.-When the
f the late Pi'. J. Wardlaw POWl
who,d ied recently.liee and was
terred in Columbia, was t6day,. f
for probate it was discovered, fat
left the majority -portion of his
tate, vplued at several thousand .
,r lars, to Thornwoll orphanige at C
ton, S. C. To Col. J. G. Wardlaii
d Yorkville, an executor, "500 was
queathed and a like sum to I
1B Nannie W. Thornwell 6f Fort 1
the executrix. The stim of $1,
.was devised to erect a monumeni
'the deceased parents in Elmw
cemetery, Columbia, and $300 to
e. prove the burying grounds there.
1g gold ring was bequeathed to I
Y- Jean Sullivan of Laurens. A:
ir fro n these bequests all property f
- to the orphanage. The deceased
an estate- here. valued at $6,000
,r ha4 other property in South Carol
'y He was unmarried.
d The postmastcr at Newberry
s- been directed to hold an examina
n on Saturday for a rural carrier
)> one of thq routes of the county.
is does not knoVw which one is va(
10 nor for whiell one the examiniatio1
y Advertised Letters.
Letters remaining in the postol
x at Newberry, for the week eml
L- May 26,_ 1906:
d C-Jane Caldwell, Jane Cannoi
11 K-George Kivard, Ella Kit
1 --Jacob Licesy.
e M-J. 1i. Mack.
e- P-G. C. Porter, Ethel Pear,
is S--W. J. Sanford, J. H. Sunet.
ig W-Lee Waters, George WI
Sam Williams, Clarence E. White
Persons calling for these let
will please say that they were ad
tised. C. J. Purcell, P. W
.e Speeding the Parting Guest.
as ''Is that clock right?" he asked
1 ter it had struck 11.
Or 'Why?'' she answered.
re "Because, if it is, I shall 11
. plenty of time to catch the 1
9' ''I remember now,'' she f
%'that the clock is about 20 mini
es slow. If you hurry, you will
is catch the car.''
During the 20 minutes that
ill stood on the corner he arrived at
Dt painful conclusion that she dii
It really love him as he longed to
r loved.-Chicago Times-Herald.
hi- One Last Attempt.
:1- ; A young' northern woman<
er' went out to visit the famous
r- chapel and cemetery of St. l1
ts near New Orleans. The eccentric
th Frenchman in charge was deligi
r~e to showv her about, and when I
3s camne to one of the ''stations'' wi
it hung a painting of the Crucillh
.wishing .to make sure of a firm ft
10 dation for her appreciation of
1o subject, lhe iinquired:
''Madame is an artist?''
in ''No,'' modestly replied made
inl ''only a suet'
3r The old1 man was visibly di:
pointed, but taking newv courage
t tried again:
'- ''Madame has trav'eled mi
nI, Perchance to Paris?''
-''No,'' replied the lady with pi
er r'egret, '' I have never b)een
Increased disappointment, aln
n reaching the point of disapproval,
0followed by another brave atte1
Lat establishing mutu'al ,interest
d ''Madame is a good Catholic?'
d ''o' sadly replied the un
tunate woman, a triffle uncombo
t ble, although amused.
(I "'Well,"' in desperation,"
painting is by a great artist
French .artist who lives in Paris.
represents the ,Christ. who long
was crusifled upon' a cross.
Shave heard of Him?' '-Everybod
r- ot So Dull.
,- John, wvho lived in a Pennsylva
3. village, was th'ought to be very I
I- pid, states the Philadelphia Ledj
He was sent to 'a .mill one day,
o the miller said:
g ''John, some people 'say you
e a fool., Now,- tell me what you kn
t and what you don't know."
"Well,'' replied John, ''I kr
l miller's hogs are fat.. -
I,Yes, that's well, John. E~
o what: don't you know?"
o ''I don 't: knowv .whose corn fat
6 going to
Pr. apleigh .
4W. .... -T--I-don 't know
-Then pa was right.
Mybrdidlan't know anythiig.
ak i N' CBS.
TALKNG I&A61INE RECORDS
east We haV'e oh ha'na a limited supply
of 10 ii; recodo that we will close
outat 40 cents each.
ek as Croier & McGraw.
tian WANTED--You to- see me before you
com build and get prices on sash, doors,
cn lnds, flooring; peiling, shingles, etc.
awn 0. W. LeRoy.
M f Pho0e66..
WANTS --Turkeys and chickee.
Anyde~ having any to sell will
please tommunicate with me. Want
them on June. 1st.
.x S. B. Jones.
WOOD WANTED.-Will pay $2.00
per cord for four foot .Iry pine wood,
to be delivere,d betiveen iow and Nov.
1st, 1906. Those . .wishing to make
contract will come at once before w
have bought supply,
The Mollohon Mfg. Co.
CASH-paid for children's and lad
ies' clothing for ten days at th
SEAW'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
For County Superintendent Education
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election for the office of
county superintendent of education
subject to the democratic primary.
J. S. Wheeler.
, I hereby announce myself a candi
wood date for Magistrate for Nos. land 8,
e. subject to the rules of the democratic
that Cannon G. Blease.
thatr 'Jesse L. Burns is hereby nominated
Mi. as a candidate for magistrate for
limn- townships Nos. 1 and 8, and is pledged
ways to abide the result of the Democratic
R 011 primary.
andw For County Auditor.
iere I hereby announce myself a candi
lives (late for auditor of Newberry County,
Some subject to the rules of the Democratie
f0. M. Buzhardt.
ig in R. C. Counts is hereby nominlated
t the f'or tihe office of Auditor for Newber
good ry county, subject to tile rules of the
long democratic primary..
no W.. W.. Cromer is hlereby announced
e-as a candidate for re-election as Au
fteditor for Newvberry county and wills
rdarm abide result of democratic primary.
eville For Sugervisor..
J.Monroe Wiceker is hlereby anl
nlounced as a candidate for re-election
for the office of county supervisor, and
I the wvill abide tile rules of tile democratic
Ir hereby announce myself a candi
S.date for Supervisor for Newberry
h las county. Subject to the Democi'atic
1.H primary. J. C. Dominick.
e 14, For Sub-Supervisor.
W.'H. Wendt is hereby announced
~ta as a candidate for sub-supervisor and:
wit ill abide the rules of the democratic
i. in We hereby nominate our comrade,
Land Osore Wells, for reelection to tile
adomeie of Sub-Supe4isor and pledge
nain him to abide the result of the Demo
are. eratic primary. No better solier ev
er served in the Confederate army.
e Mr. J.'P. Cannon is hereby armoun
ten-f ced for re-election .aS sulb-supervisor
adis pledged toabide the result o
that the democratic primary.
n by *
Lests For Probate Judg'e.
ittee . Jno. C. Wilson is hereby announced
plies as a candidate for re-election to the
now offie of probate judge. Subject to
care the, democratie primary.
soonl For Treasurer:
por' Jno. L. Epps is hereby .announced
for' county Treasurer to sneeeed him
self. Subject to the Democratic pri
1l at SEN~D Your Panama hats to Lanren~
lted Laundry to be cleaned. Makes thenr
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