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The Movements of Many People,
Newberrians and Those Who
Mr. W. H. Carwile left yesterday
for, Glens Sprinuns where he will re
main for some timie.
Miss Eva Oary is visiting friends
in Livonia, Ga.
Mr. John Mayes and Dr. W. G.
Mayes have gone to Charlote, N. C.
Misses Mary Butler and Bess
Evans ot floatoke, Va., who have
been visitimri the family of Mr. H. H1.
Evanis, left yesterday for Lareis
where they will spend some time he
fore returning home.
-Mr. Pope L. Beaufort will leave
about the first of the week to spend
several weeks at Stomp's Spring-s.
Miss Imlie Huint has returned from
a pleasant trip to relatives antd frienlds
Mir. Htoh(. E'. L'avell is inl tie vity.
Misses Margierite and Carolyn
r 1tmT'm"*g ret ttited fron1 a visit
to friends, in
There was it ilavm 9s cetirt vester
The niny hard rains in this see
tion duriiig the past few weeks have
done i_,relit dailma-v to the rops.
Miss Elizabeth Dominiek has re
tuned from a visit to frietids in Con
ordl. N. C., and Colimbia.
Mr. IL. W. Flovd Vweit It) Columbia
Tules,hlv. on husiness
Sir. T. K. .Johnstone spent severalI
davs inl lenldversonvilh, last week.
.\ lar-e numher of Newherrintis will
take ;idvanta, ov (it tho exeursion to
A lt u iine't weeh,
Miss Vinili Mae Wil"'n is vi--itinlz
fri il in lIlen dersoivi lIte.
MIis El:n.-vnia Iill is visitinl._ fritmds
I is'Es 1iva and I.nY W rii hIt, leave
to,hiy for .l0nson, to visit relatives
Irs. (Ieo. MNWhivier. returnte.d
ho e T''uiesday afitr visiting relatives
Miss Mand Fant lefti Monday for
the Isle of 1'alms wherte she will spe'nd
Nirs. Colin C1t1k whis has bevn visit
i relalives in C1.hnnh1ia reliiluetd
Miss 'Mattie lian linint mal MNiss
Orralh Bell Littie. of (tildville. are
visitin, MIiss Annie (treen.
Mliss essit, lMeGraw, of Newherrv.
spent vestertIy aInd Ist n1.-IiJI with
Mrs. (eo. LaIimII'r n tilt lte wav to
Intlvaster to, visit relative'.--Ln
('arlisle aid Nli s It-rnive Marlin
let't Yete'da:1Y for Nit. E.ev. TeIInn.. at
whicl 1plne they will spitendl stveral
I )r. an.l NIirs. \\'. tI. Ibuo st'al, oft
Newhetrry. ant-i inoying I he pleansun.is
N th. iln -tiuor t.own Taimies. o
.. ml I. rs.IW. a,1 N 1vs 1t
Ni'vewhr rv art. n atdIawlvy's IOsi tl-d --
('i,ret own Tl,ies.
NIt. .1. 1). I\'i t.hlt a .\liss linhlv
lilt'oay f ehrr.ar pedn
several wekI tPw-' sad
NIlis- .l' tid A ltynnl' . af T oumbnit .
lis ,t visit lits llelentl jattIerwh it.
NIru. a.l s... D. .Wcaenpor adi Iamily'
Altt . .l. ttit . Norwo. auth N ch ..idr .
leI i hi i a twe ik tIn vshi. \'.nh r
he. Ill 'pendl Ithltnnuner .a ttet
edr mii . m . ita onntenbm e and rmnisy
atwhe big\ haeit toliien y t lige
Marlis raC. ilis imprhroving and.
thatde viysic ofind tin the it
son aein, aoft a.h.eek tro visitiner
parents,ntr. adlrs. and Mr. F.ller.
fsrreeufor a tifro errecnts.v
.r ll e. N allolw yh sncp -
ed the Sumiatir tcoonlk a Raddresl
atitebi elie and frendgivn bytwe
and Lle fonnltain on etrday.
on aresit plersedternMrs.tA.rs.
fewrdays ha. piliayd isaimprovitng and
that erpecisicin thny lns. wi.d
beoabl is maou an stubbl or losioks
The rcpeaho fromi this rcmmntyv
wi bel e alo fail ingTh a td
edm te Sumer ttchood ait Rokn ofl
vistedha reides ncreses in town
and lft fr Wiliamton n yeta
and causes the peach to fall off I
tree rendering it almost useless.
Henry C. Holloway is having ere
od a nice-story residence on his
just in front- of Lambert W. Jor
on cast Johnstone Street. W. T. L
ingston ha's the contract.
Dr. 0. B. Mayer and fatuily
visitimg Mrs. White Jones in Laure
Mr. B. L. Jones, of Newberry, v
in town the early part of the week
Mr. Walter Spearman and Mr. R
eit Epting left Wednesday for HE
dersonville to spend sonic time.
Miss Ethel Duncan, of Newberry,
the guest of her cousin, Miss Alli
Mr. E. S. Shealy, of Pomaria, spi
a part of yesterday in the eity.
Miss Mamie Gist, of Union. is I
guest of the Misses McCaughrin.
Miss Ben Brown who has been.
a visit to Cross Hill and Hari
Springs returned to her home yestf
Miss Laira Bownianu hats gone
Auton to visit relatives.
Mr. and MIrs. W. P. Smith spent
few days in Ninety Six this week.
Mi. and Mrs. .lefi Evans and dauu
ter lett Tuesday for Laurens.
Mrs. SaIllie Rolliinson who has be
visiting her daiihter at Tattim retii
.liss Dt'nie 4 Atm4s., of La urei
M1iss Nfaie iHewittt of M1arioln a
Miss Isolilne Wyche of Prosperi
have retiirnied to their respeeti
homlies after a pleasant visit to M
Mrs. P. Jeikins and ehildren afr
.1 visit lt' several weeks to Easlev a
0*reenville retned h ne Wednesda
lisEdith alld Eul'eniial Hog he,,_ 1.
iturne .d m e . after a short visit
Mhr. R44olh Shaklet'1., A VI
ir- was valled it, Newher'try' Tu
day N actt1 f te extremnei illn
I'rs. P'vrev iaolln and family;
hm a'ain aIter spetnlin. stilie tfil
Iiss Mam1ie Payne who has he
spedilin, slintme tiie in the coni
has retirned to the eitv.
Aliss IIAmIy Taylt.r. is at hIe e
after' "pendin' sme tilne inl Colii
hi.l. with her sister Mrs. Newnan.
The Bachelor ! ma%is willt meet w
Mr'. W. 11. Carwile ()n Tuesdav
teritioln at 5_1:30 o'cltck.
Taken to Asylum.
Idia Bylrd a neress aboiut eiPlit<
years of ie was declarc1d of tiuson
ind by . physiia n and was vest
day1 a ftern*1oonl takenl tit the state hi
pilal i lhe insane in (Clkuinhia
Sherily 1,t11 11rd. Thl"el "ird ha.1 beenl
this cndtitlioIn to'r oily a week.
la'was lin)ullt ti Nevhii-'y i'
ml'. \'. 11. S'nier's phm'i l n I
,lya\ antl has betei inl the (c tyt' j
iinc' that I tim' a wait inI2 thc' 'reip1t
Returned to Georgia Chaingang.
Maguistr'ate 'ainnoin 0 Blease retui
edl tin Wedniesdlay fr'omi Atlani
where lie wen'it It tdelivcer Millt
Gre.a niegr'o. tothe Georgia
i'tsitec ini this c'cuty~ a mtii h agcc
iolationc ft contri'ac't. .\t Itic' expi
t1acii oft Iis 1ic11i.tin thet Newliel
rca iluaim lIe w~as I ahct ti Aitlat
Preachinig at Prosperity.
ni niext Sabbacdt h thr wc'''~ ill lit'
vice att incis t'rce'k chrch'c at ele's
c lck , ait l'niity ait :m. andic at lPr
'eity .\. R. li ' . 'c hrch' a 'ch
Iria S. t'alwvclI
Death of a Child.
Witllie Pilgriml. the eie-hteen mnut'
cdhi chil of Mr'. and Mrs. ('. Bi. 1
grim, of thle Mtclltihon mill, died M
dlay after' a bi'ief. illiness. The
mains were carr'ied to Lautrens
Tuesday to be buried.
Mr'. and Mrs. Pilgrim have the s
('ere sympathy of muany friends.
Mr'. Mace Cannon and Miss 1.
Qilliam, both of this 'ounity, w~
miarried Jidly 15th at the parsoma
of the Bethlehieim pastorate. '
eeremony wias performed by 1Rev.
In Police Circles.
W~ith the exception of a few mit
offenses, theire has been absolut
"niothing doing'' in the mayor's co
during the week.
Rufus Eichelberger, -a negro 1
10 years of age, who has appeal
before His Honor sev'eral times
cently, was on the mourner's ber
agaitn Monday morning, on the chat
of stealing $1.25 from another neg
For this he was firied $5.00 or
he SUNDAY SOHOOL ONVMNTIO1
3t- Interdenominational Sunday Scho
Lot Convention To Be Held at New
Les Chapel August 1st, and 2nd.
The'following is the program of tl
Interdenominational Sunday Scho
convention, which will be held at Ne
ire Chapel August 1st and 2nd:
a 10.30 a. n.-Devotional exercises I
. Rev. A. H. Best.
Enrollment of delegates.
b- Appointing committees.
%- Report from state convention, oi
work and plans by Dr. W. E. Pelha
is Topic-Primary work, its importan
ne and methods opened by Mrs. M. A
nt. Question box.
lie Questions answered.
Topic-The scholar, lead by ir.
on H. Kohn.
ris Topic-The teacher, lead by Rev.
. L. Dowell.
Topie-Open conference. The pr
blems of the Sunday School. Whi
141.11 a. mn.-Devoted exerci-ses I
lr. H. 31. Henry.
Topie-The Sunday School as
ia) Edut-mional. Dr. George I
(h) Missionary. Rev. G. A. Wri-a
d (c) Evangical. Rev. S. L. Latt
Topie-Helps and hinderanees let
1by Messrs. Jas. F. Epting, and Nl
Al. 1 .Jones.
er Appointing committee and raisit
Se Tpie-Short verbal report- t'ro
in eitets on condition ot wr
Tie-41-lens' classes in the Sundl
t - wh, I by hr. E. C. Jones'. and Nl
Walter 1. Herbert.
Electin of officers.
1.letlini of deleiratets.
re iielaneous business.
en A Delightful Lawn Party.
ry To those so fortunate as t.- i
present the niglht of July the 12t
in -1 0. will l1ni11 remember the iate 4
M- the hi,, lawln pIrty at the hospitlah
homie of 'Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sh:int
th twelve miles out from Newherry
If- the 1l1d Buncombe road. Sono. fifi
invitations were sent out an.' fro
f.ar. and near the vounig folks rathere
heit on I a nilit's pleasant eoye
en and in tlhis they were not lisappoin
' 1- On assemlibling the guest! were fit
s- uhern-l in the parlor where old a
y,I uaintaniiecs ere renewed and n
iIl 1n formed. This over. the annonne
i tI ! lit' the evenin;-s pr4'rame w,
piml inw-t en-iful made hv Mr. H.
ml- ltiier. then tlt. el rowd repaired to i
al l 'paci 'us lawn ouit side.
of . nvel idea was now in troduece
to'hiiffle the human eards"'. Tl
2nest s were each pi'esent ed'withl-eai
hetariiin I thirii namet oni one side all
n- ''n the ot1her. the iiame of' thle yomt
ta. holyv ori youn man with whovi'm tI
de' ]letipien1t was to coinver-te for ti
ni- mliite(s eachi in succeessio' 'during 1
t- eveini.. .\l a tap1 't- the hell t
ri- stareb, h.e!en andl mneh wasi the mteri
or'i mnitt befo're partneris w1ere all finial
-ryI'u Tni minutes upl theit hell tappied aga
ita and' thle searchl fo'r nuew pa:rtners hem
ndso ''n through2 I thet list.
liune'liat ely after the la st hell w
rung' dainty rei'fesh men t were. serv(
1r1en i2tn of' ice'rmn eake a
-en ptelches. TPhe 'nuests thun return
'-s- to t'ihe ho use and wvere entertiiained i1
.somne lfine old anrte-biullm miei,d
wr ight uIlly rendlered lby hi'tess of
.liwae goodbyes aijn mny wei
. thecongrauat ions sho weredl upont
Ihosti anmd ho st ess. Tlhitev ynn' peop
wv iot ex~Ceptioni, pronounciiled the e
I bs tetainment a comnplete~ suecess, ni
'il- expressed thle hiope that it might
in- their good1 fortune to enjoy .anothi
re- at the same place in a very slht
Those present were: Misses Fanm
in- May Henderson, of Maybinton ;Amu
andi Lucy Suber, of Newberry; Carl
Buford, Bessie Sligh, Josephine Ris
Sara Scott, Mary Wright, Kat
ois Hargrove, Besie Isomn, Clyde- M<
ere r'ow, Ehiott and Inex Dobbins, Wil
ige Ducket, of Whitmire; Ruth Cri
'he of Mountville; Mary Cronmer of Cr'o
J. ers'. Messers Jim Duncan, Euge
Folk,.Arthur Cromer, Bond McCrat
en, Hugh Riser, Clark Johnson, W'
1iam Scott, Fred Anderson, John
tor Miller, Will Elmiore, Marvin Abrar
ely C. H. Cooper and Willies Dobbins.
GET IN THE PROQESSION THA
my comes to The Herald and Ne
-ed every Thulrsday morning andi bri
re- your laundry to be sent to L~aiirei
elh If you don't find the work satisfi
ge tory the first time try us. again al
ro. we will relaunder free of char
20 and replace any article that is lo:
C. 'SHOOTING NEAR GOLDVILLU.
)I Elbert Copeland, of Clinton, Was
Shot and Instantly Killed Yester
te News reached the city early yester
L) day morning 'of a shooting scrape
w near Goldville in which Mr. Elbert
Copeland, of Clinton was instantly
killed. He was shot five times each
y bullet taking effect.
It seems that Elbert Copeland,
Wash and Lee Hunter and Ross Leek
were together in Wash Hunter's'store
ir near Goldville, when the shooting oc
in curred, about three o'clock in the
Nothing definite could be learned of
the affair at the time of going to press
but it was reported that Wash Hun
ter did the shooting. As far as could
he learned no arrests had been made
i. up to 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Mr.. Elbert Copeland was about 28
. years of age and was engaged in the
poultry business at Clintin. He is a
a- younger brother of Messers. 0. 0.
it and E. B. Copeland, who left yes
terday morning for Goldville.
THROWN FROM HORSE.
a John Whitener, Colored, Thrown from
Horse on Tuesday and Probably
3. Fatally Injured.
it Joln Bobo, it colored by 12 years of
i- age, in tle employ of Mr. A. J. Brown,
was thrown from a colt on Tuesday
d was thrown fro ma colt on Tuesday
r. afternoon and seriously. if not fat
1r The animal which the boy was rid
ing became frightened and running
away threw the boy aains4t a hydrant
im in front of Mr. Cannon G. Blease's
k. residence, breaking his, leg above tle
v knee and -fracturing the skull.
r. At last accounts. the boy was -tet
tinl along as well as vould he expect
Miss Grady Wicker, of Newberry,
visited her cousin. Miss Marie Cromer
Mr. Willie McGraw spent a week
rt 1W woof his vacation at his oldl home,
retirning last week to Concoil. N. C.
Mr. E. S. Boozer and sister spent
last Thursday at Mr. H. P. Henry's
MI. Job Sli:h. of Old Town, has
been down to see relatives in the coi
d. r Job enntz of near Poinaria
t. Is now on his way to Texas. Ie has
-many relatives in the "Lone Star'
Master Lominick. of Newherry,
C pet a while with his eousin. Master
\ len Rei'hziley. tryin" their marsk
m1anship with their brcech loaders.
rietomasmn o, thle city
paid a visit to hlri cousin, Miss Min
ie suher last Sumday.
Mr 1.1 In ( *rot wel1 has closed his
Sciaerv tatr thle present
conunun0 itcti hs been elect ed. to teach
tihe Gartmany schiool the coming ses
T her w4~ill be p)reaching at Unity
churc(h next Sabba th afIternoon1 by
t Rev. I S. Caldwe'll.
Past r. A. HI. Best preached
an excellen t sermni i at Leba non last
hSunay from thle t ext, ' 'Rander unto
*a'esar tihe thiing.s that the ( aesar 's
andl unto Godan the t hings that are
ln '." in which lie sipoke foarrily
aof the. duties oft c'hristiain citizenship.
Th'le p rtat eda services fbar this
d l hurchl will h,eein t he fir1st Sunday in
.\w.:nst. Tht pasta ri will have mnin..
Mr. iIen ry Canino n, aof thle Nat isonal
bankof ekbrry spenlt last Suda
eat his fathenr's.
Thlnis commt iuniityv has oanly' two ean
re a]idlatea for aoftfice. Why can tnot it
lie futrnishi ane for thle ligisla ture?
le. Mr. Mayer has an except ionially' tine
n-peice of corn near the school house on
id land that wvas lby no means promising.
be His method of cultiv'ationi must be
er' airight and worthy of beinig itiquir'ed
rt mnto by those concer'ned in corn r'ais
Ltesremaining in the Postoffice
at Newberry for the week ending
e Andirew Campbell.
: Cotrnelia Glen.
no Julia Metts.
k- FEngene Robinson.
i-gi r Ida Shianner.
L. Willie Stone.
'Caririe Weirts,' L. W. Williams.
Persons calling for these will please
T say that they wer'e advertised.
vs C. J. Purcell, P. M.
is. WANTED-You to know that N. Y.
0- Dlennis and C. W. Long will give a
rid first class barbecue Saturday, July
go 21, at the Molloh'on mill. Everybody
,t. invike to be prs.
Newberry Land and Securlty Com
Pany Declares an Annual Dii- rc
dend of Eight Per Cent. .
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of .the Newberry Land and
Security company held in the city F(
hall on Wednesday night, an annual
dividend of eipht per cent payable
July 25, was declared.
The treasurer reported that $9,
914.90 had been payed out in divi-,
dends, and still had a nice, surplus- W
The old board of directors were
elected' as follows: 0 Kleetner, T. C.
Pool, 0. MeR. Holmes, .L W. Floydj
0. E. Summer, E. B. Wilbur, Jno. M. W
Kinard , 0. B. Mayer and Geo. B.
The board of directors met imedi
ately after and elected the following
officers: 0. B. Mayer, president; C.
E. Summer, vice-president; Jno. M. B
Kinard. secretary and treasurer.
The law firm of Hunt, Hunt and
Hunter were elected as attorneys.
We were shown a fine specimen of F(
the Irish Cobbler variety of potatoes
on Wednesday, grown by Dr. J. K.
Gilder. It is a lai-ge white potato
and is fine for table use.
Mr. .John Scott. of this city sent at
the specimen to Mr. E. J. Watson, of
commissioner Department of Agri- an
culture. Commerce Immigration of
South Carolina, who had,them photo
graphed for illustration and then pre
served for exhibition.
Mr. Watson desires other speci
mens of agriculture which can be
exhibited with advantage to the state.
Following is the letter received by
Mr. Scot t from Mr. Watson in regard
to the specimens:
Columbia. S. C. July 16, 19906. C
Mr. Jolin Scott, Newberry. . C..
Dear Mr. Scot t Your letter of
the 14th .inst., together with
the splendid specimens of
potatoes sent, has beei received. We
have today preserved these potatoes, T(
which will make an exceptionally fine
exhibit,. and I have had them- photo
-raphied for the purpose of illustra
tion. I wish you would keep-your eye
open for any other agricultural speci
mens from your section, which you
think would be valuable, and send
to use W
I would certainly appreciatr Lne I
same. I am, , b
Very truly yours,
E. J. Watsoni,
Mid-Summer excursion to Atlanta,
via. C. N. & L., & Seaboard, July
24-25th. Special train leaves New
berry 9.00 a. In.
Rate $2.50 Round-Trip. N(
We will give a first class barbecue T
at Williams' store on campaigni dlay, a
August Sth. Every is enuvitedl
to be p)rcsent and enjoy a good bar~
becue; hear the candidates andI spend
a pleasant day.
'J. W. Sandlers.
,Jno. W. Ropp. ID
Midl-Sumnmer exenrision to Atlanta,
via. C. N. & L., & Seaboard, .Jnly
24-25th. Special trag leaves New
berry 9.00 a. mn.
Rate $2.50 Round-Trip.
I hereby annonnee myuselft as a ('an
didate for~ magistrate( for No. 7 t'wni
shuip sub.ject to the rules of th lI enio
'Jio. W~b. Ropp
Wvill abide thle rules 4of the De)m c rat i(
1B. B. la ir.
The p)atrons of Union school willr
meet on August 17th at five o'clock frC
p. mn., 1906 to elect a teacher for the
next scholastic year at $30.00 per bE
month. Applications may be sent to
the undersigned at Prosperity, S. 'C., I
RI. F. D. No. 3.
J. D. H. Kinard, p1
E. S. Franklin,
.M. C. Moore,
LOST--In Mr. T. C. Pool's yard can- W
ary bird. Solid yellowv. Suitablest
rewardl if brought to this ofiee. S
WANTED--..First class teacher for
Big Creek school. The trustees di
will meet on 4th day of August 'at
5 o 'clock P'. M. to elect a teacherM
term S months commencing about c
la of Octob)er. Applications forC
teachers position may be filed with ae
chairman.. N. R.ILester,
Newberry, S. C.
ine wood. Two iiles VoM the c'
Apply'to M. B. CaldwelftNewher
OR SALE-Two Jelsey . calves
xchange for heifers. Also o
Durham two years old and one J
5ey two and a half years old.
Il. W. Barre.
ANTED-0-.Ope mediutr size sa
5tanda,rd make. State dimensio
ind pjrice. W. H. Anderson,
ANTED-An experienced clot
ing salesman. State experience at
W. H. Anderson,
Greenwood, S. C.
LRBEOUE-First class barbecue
rrinity on Tuesday, July 24th. L
dies especially invited. Baseba
between Trinity and Newherry.
- J. M. Counts.
)R SALE-Pure Scotch Colli
pups. Apply at this office.
Barbecue at Mt. Bethel.
We will give a first clas barbeci
Mt. Bethel on July 31st, openin
the county campaign. Come ou
d hear what the boys have to sa
B. B. Leitzsey,
S. J. Cromer.
E WANT your repairing on Bicy
oles, Guns, etc. Just received 25
New Talking Machine Record
Come make your selection. You
Cromer & McGraw.
MPAIGN DAY AT NEWBERR
August 25. I will furnish a firs
elass barbecue,. Place will be an
uounced later. -
.J. M. Counts.
) START THE D WITH
wine glass of Sha s Malt give
vigor to carry on the work; to en
it with the same is to help natur
recuperate. For sale at the Dis
ANT3D-You to see me before yo
4uild and get price' on sash,, doo
nds, flooring, ceiling, shingles, et
0. W. Leiltoy.
HEN you want to buy timber o
farm land or town property see o
write me and I will save you money.
T. E. Alexander, Real Estate Ag't
Walhalla, S. C.
)TIOE-I-fave your buggies and
earriages neatly repaired and re
inted by Neely & Morgan, near Mr.
C. Pool's stables. All work gnar
FST RECEIVED-A carload of
Milburn wangons. Call and examine
this wagon before buying.
R. C. Williams.
E. G. R. HARDING, OF NEW
heirry. will open1 his'old office i
Co'lumbhia, 1316 Main street, oni the
f~irst day~ of August. He will coni
tinue his office in Newberry as
usual with the first two wveelks in
thue month in Columbia an<ld the
ot her time in Newberry.
Persons wishuing his service~ will
rindl him at either of those pilaces,
iir his represenative at the tm
We want at once for our
stomers the following:
1. A well improved farm,
asonably level, containing
m 250 to 400 acres." Must
within 6 mIles of .Newberry,
11 pay good price for right
2. A 4-horse farm contain
g not more than 200 acres
thin 5 miles of a railway
3. A 1-horse farm With small'
wellng in ' good condition.,
ust be near Newberry and
ntain not tnore than 60