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'Th o(lunts of Mn7 Peo'pl,
GWberan1s and Those Who
Mls Annie Harr1iso1, of Wilhning
.tn, N. C. who has been visiting Mrs.
.MvR. Ho left for her home n
Miss May Singleton, of Acton, S.
C., who has been visiting the Misses
McCaughrin, left yesterday.
Mr. Robert Holmes will leave to
'morrow for Columbia, where he will
atteid the South Carolina Universit y.
Mrs. R. H. Welch and chii(ren, or
Columbia, are visiting Mrs. Oeorge
Misses Mazie Dominie'k and Caro
lyn Cromer leave this week for the
Peabody istittie, Baltimore, where
they will resume their studies in
Mr. James K. (ilder has returned
Mr. L. A. Riser 10eft on Sunday for
Mr. James Riser was in the city
several days last week.
Mr. Oscar .1. Keep, traveling sales
man for the )odson Printers Supply
Company, ( Atlanta, spent Sunday in
'Tle Iaclielor Maids will i meet this
-Afternoon at 5 'clock with Miss Hes
Mliss Eula Walker, of Elberton, (In.,
is the guest of Mrs. .Joi M. Kinard.
Miss Fannie Mae ('arwile, after a
pleasnll visit to friemds in Sumter,
has returned lioi.
Mrs. 0. B. INayelr and children re
turn-ied onl Saltirday from Laur11ens.
Irs. .1. (. Browni and Miss Ben
lt-rowii returned fromt Cr'ss Iill on
Mrt. .11141 Mrs. .J. H. Hair andl daug1h
4er have retiurned from a meetin-, of
lie (11rea at incil of Uied Men receuit
ly blell at Niagara Falls.
Tw1 m1ighty gOod newspapier men
have beenl eleted inemibers of lie le.
islatuire---E. H. Ai. edilor of the
Newberrv lf-ral & News, and Hart
Wll Ayer, editr o. af tile Florecee
Da6il Times. They ae boti miei of
large brain. Ilar heart and large' ex
periencev. Their brethren hlonlor and1
love themi-11 dir-ect pointer to hi.ghl
11(I t' hins.-Egefield Chronide.
Mir. .J. S. Floyd recently sold 500
acres eof his farm in Newberry county
for :30 41ollars per acre, or $15,000.
Mr. Ployd has 500 aeres more that he
cani get the same price for.-Oconiee
Rev. and Mrs. II. C. Grossmaln will
enjoy a two weeks vacation at Orange
ilulg, Suinter, Newberry and Pomnaria,
S. C. liev ('1iosmianl will preach at
Ornmigeblurg and Pomaria.--Oconee
Lest we delay it too lo wl wish
to offer ()uir1 felicitations to lIrot.hers
Aull, of Newberry. and Ayer, of Flor
('ncet, 11n thir I eeItion1)1 to thle genierial
assembly. PTey are' a pair eof Al fel
lows and will " 'makte good."''- ( a '
I am gald to learn t hait the patilent,
WoffoIe rd, hazs wr11itten1 t wo) Schtol bIooks
anid biothi will 1be use(d in the schools elf
te St ale. Thiis gr'owintg s('hola r coments
of e'xelle'nit in ltlectucal si Ilek. is he
not1 the sn( (of Ediitori Wallae. oIf
Ne'wherry,v who haindle's onei( of the~
cleare'l . e''i(lenn (est pens11 ill Ithe State ?
Sethlern Chiristian iAd vocatec.
Mirs. W. L. Seabrolok, who has been
sptiedini~ i le summrei' at (etty sbiiur,
Pa. ret urcne'd home iln Sat iurday.
eists Ine iiIt'' O~iugh ril a ni Mfar
Naince !leair will leave today foer Feor
syl he. (la.
Al iss Adeleline J'ohn1 rston hai' ls return'l
edl 1i0 (onv'erse ("ollege.
Ir's. U iv~e'rs Stonie, whoi 1haOs been'I
visit iig heri mothler. Mirs. I ,allIa Sim
we'll, whtere site w."ill teach in Ithe gradl
Mliss 1Luia Moas'ley, of' P1rosp)erity,
an M11Nrs. T. 1). C'opel and, 1of (lint ion,
ait ended Ite silver w~(eding of' Mr'.
and1( Mr's. C. A. Htowm'ani an Friday
ev~en in ..
Mr. Er'nest Siimmter left last wveek
for' the Bliss school of Electricity,
Washington, D). C.
Mr. JIamies JIohinson has ret urnetd to
Jlohns HopIlkinls Untiver'sity, where he
will recsume hiis stuiesc, this be'inrg his
third y'ear' at tis inistituttion. Het has
beeni i t'feired thle proe'.tsscrsip a~it sev
er'al instit utions, but w.ill finish his
course before accep)tingr a position.
Mr. Johnlison is anl honor graduate of
The Newberi'y conference of the
Lutheran chlurch will meet with st;
Mathhews Lutheran church in the
Broad River section, Rev. J. J. Long,
pastor, Friday, Satiurday and Sunday
of thiA week. Mr. D. B. Wheeler,
with Mr.'.Arthur Kibler as alternate,
1s .the delegates from the Luthran
Chuirch of the Redeemer.
'. SOOOL BELLS RING.
The Ohi1dren alled to'Books-Teach
ers AsMigned-Attendance Large
In All Schools.
The familiar sound of the school
bell was licai yestelay inoi ieio call
ing the 06rilrein to their hooks after
the stimmnvr vaeatimn. All thelteah
ers in tle city schools were at their
places and the assignment of' the pu
piis was maie. The tentith grade ov
the graditatinlg class in the Boundary
Srt.eet school is la rger this year than
usitail iiiberinlg bet ween t wenty-fivo
Siperintend Stutekey could not yes
telrday give us the numier of pupils
in each g1ra1de in the Rotullarv Street
sclool, but lithe total ubitiilier reported
yesterday morning was three hituldred
and seventy-six, which is a slight in
crease over the first lay of last ses
Mr. Stuckey will teach the tenth
grade and the other grades will be
taught as follows:
First grade, Mrs. W. Y. Fair; see
ond grade, Miss Gertrude Simpson;
third grade, Miss Mary Burton;
fourth - grade, Miss Genevieve Boozer;
third and fourth grades, section B,
Miss Laura Bowman; rifth grade,
Miss Linda Weleh; sixth grade, Mrs.
.1. L. Kennerly; section B. of fifth
and sixth grades, Miss Ruby Hollo
way; seventh grade, Miss Helen
Smith; eighth grade, Miss Agnes
Suminer; ninth and tenth grades,
Miss Lucile Wilson.
At tle West Enid sehtool the teach
ers are Miss Laura Blease and Miss
Bernice Martin. The enrolliment at
this school yesterday was seventy- c
The time is not far distant with the
increase of population and also the
in-rease in the- attendance upon the
schools whieui it, will he neessary for
the vity to build an additional school
house in the northern part of Ile city.
At the H1oge school the toal en- I
rollment yesterday was 262 and the t
tacliers and the number in each grade c
as f'ollows: t
First grade, L. A. Neel, 75; second
grade, M. E. Simmons, 47; third
rad414e, TM. E. Simmons. 318; fourth
r 1ae. I. Snowden, 25; fifth grade, 41
I Snowden, 26; sixth grade, H1. E. f
l1arper, 17; seventh grade, H. E. Har- t
per; 17;"eighth grade, R. W. Mance 6;
ninth grade, R. W. Mance, 6; tenth
grade, R. W. Mance, 5.
The Farmters Union of Utopia will
meet at New Chapel Thursday the 27,'1
at 2.30 o'iock All who are interest
ed are asked to he priesent. The Dead
fall union is requested to attend also.
1. Ht. Boulware, President.
To Deliver Address.
Mi'. RI. I. Diuckworth, of Georgia,
and ex-president of the Farmers' Na
tional Ujnioin, is making ani itinerary
of this state, deliv'ering adresses on
he work of the Farmers' Union. HeI
will he in Newber'ry on October 6th,
and will deliver' an address at the I
'ouirt house to thle citizens of the <
couin ty. The address will b e 'publ)1ie 1
andI otlhers than members of' the Un- 1
ion ai'e invited to he pre'senit.
County Farmers Union Meeting. j
Th'le next regular meeting of the 1
('outiy l"armiers Untion w~ill be hield f
in New~herry~ oin the first Saturday in I
)th-thbe' at 11 o 'clock. Each locaI
unio i n will ielect otne delegate for every'
iten iimembers or tmajortiyv tttfrti
her'iif'. We haiive the prtomuiise of Mr'.
Itkinkwort's pr'esence at thiaIt tme.
. B. WN >~ealhlHolloway,
St. Philips Union.
Mt. 'J. B. O'Neall lliilloway, sect'e.
t'r of the (Countyv Farmeris' Un ion
andl county organizer, met withI the
f'arm-ier's of St. Philips otn last Friday
anid organized a uniion at that place
with Mr. (1. IL. Sense as president and
Mr. D). A. Ruff as secr'etary. This
uniiion starts out with btlrigh t pros.
puels and is composed of' some of the
most. pr'ogressive far'mer's of the coun
We lhav e received a copy of " 'The
Newvbeirry.'' It is tIhe semi-eentennial
annual of Newberr'y college, and is
very hiandsomelygotten up. Ite ontains
some very excellent cuts inclurding a
cut of the faculty, one of the pr'et
denits, the new gymnasuim, and some
of the' other buildings on the campus,
b)esides some class picttu'es. A full
aecount of the semi-centennlpl exer
cises n ithi the addresses is pinmi"1 and~
sketches of thme several prest(deats of
the insti, 'lion. Copies may be had at3
$1.50 a piece' while they Ia'.
Musical at Mrs. Floyd's for Benefit of
The Woianl s Club has issued in
vitationls to at musical to be given at
tile re.idence of Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
Floyd on this Tuesday evening begin
ning at, 8 o'cloclk for the benefit of
the library. The following is the
In strneital Solo-Mliss Odalite
Vocal Solo-Miss Carolyn Cromer.
Instrumental Solo-Mrs. J. M. Kib
Vocal Solo with Violin Obligata
M11iss ECthel Boozer.
Inlstrunental Solo-Mrs. J. W.
Vocal Solo-Miss Pauline Gilder.
Instrumental Solo-Miss Mazie
Vocal Solo-Mrs. J. W. Haltiwan
Instrumental Solo-Miss Lois Gog
Vocal Solo-Miss Carolyn Cromer.
Violin Solo with Piano Accompain
nent-Miss Nan McCaughrin and
4iss Laura Bowman.
Vocal Solo-Miss Pauline Gilder.
Light refreshments will be served
fter which a free-will offering will
Death of Motte M. Baker.
Mr. Motte M. Baker, son of Mr. and
frs. J. A. Baker. died at Mollohon
!ill Friday the 21st, and was buried
n Saturday at 11 o'clock at Bethel
laptist church, of which he had been
consistent member for six years.
'he funeral services were conducted
y Rev. C. A. Wright, of Newberry.
Mr. Baker was 22 years, 10 months
lid 29 days of age. He was stricken
own with typhoid fever two weeks
efore his death, and though every
Ifin. that Could be done by physi
ians and nurse was done his consti
ution was not able to resist the rav
ges of the disease.
Mr. Baker married a Miss Moore,
augliter of Mr. Jake Moore, who with
ne child survives him. These with
ather and mother, three brothers and
bree sisters and a host of friends
,iourn his death.
The large crowd that attended his
uneral showed the esteeni in which
e was held in the community in
rhich lie grew up. "A good name is
ather to be chosen than great riches,
nld loving favor rather than silver
nd gold." His death may seem to
is untimely, but it is God's doing
nd ''lie doeth all things well.''
U. D. 0.
The Drayton 0utheriford Chapter
T. [D. C. will meet with Mrs. A. T.
trown on Tuesday afternoon, the 2nd,
t 4 0o'clock.
Mrs. P. E. Scott, Secretary.
Death of Mr. W. A. Hentz.
Mr'. W. A. Hentz, of the Broad
liver section of Newherry county,
icd at his home on the 21st, and was
oiedC( the next day aj the family
Mr. H-entz leavs a widlow and sev'
ral children. HeI was about fifty
bree years of age, lie was success
ui! farmer, a good neighbor and will
ec missed1 in the community. The
iuneral services wer'e conducted by his
asi (a, th ReB v. .J. J1. Long.
On Wedniesdlay afternoon at 7
ecluck M r~. James Counts of Pomar'ia
iid Miss Maittic Wedaman will be
init ed in ma rria.
The open intg salhe at t he Cash St ore
eison October 2. The notice of
lhe recmarkably low prices which you
Irei offered at this storeC appear's in
mother' columni of' this paiper. Tfhey
have dress goods, shoes, head gear and
'vrything that is needed for the per
ional apparel of' all the people ,in
ewherr'y county. They have added
hiis sea son a millinery department
vhiceh is in chairge of Miss Sena Riser,
md they invite everybody to call and
uxamine their' line.
The Herald and News received a
owu days ago the following announnee
nont accompanying a note from
~frs. Farnsworth, who was formerly
~fiss Jessie Zobel:
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Farnsworth
Secondl wedding anniversary
July the twenty-seventh
Beaver City, - Utah.
Th le Herald and News extends its
ompliments and hopes that Mr. and
~Irs. Far'nsworth mhiay1';o to celebrate'
rnny more anniversaries.
Opening This Week-Prospects Gooi
Formal Reception New Students
on Friday Morning.
Newberry College will open the fal
session f .1906 tomorrow imorning al
9 0'clock. Tie stuients will be en
rolled, and assigned and organized
Flie prospects for- a fine op;eiIng arl
On Friday morning tie forma
opening will be held in the collego
chapel, at which time an address wil
be delivered by the Rev. W. H. Gree
ver, editor of the Lutheran Churel
Visitor. The pastors of the town, at
usual, will be invited to be presenti
and take part inl the exercise of wel.
coming the students to Newberry
Other prominent citizens of the towr
will be invited also. The memberk
of the faculty are all here and ready
for work. The gymnisium has beer
completed and work on the new libra.
ry building is progressing nicely.
On the recommendation of the coun
ty chairman of Newberry county Gov.
Heyward has appointed the following
election commissioners: Federal-B.
B. Leitzsey, J. D. Nance and W. ff.
Sanders; State- Fred H. Dominick,
M. J. Longshore, and J. P. Harmon.
A card from Mr. J. M. Davis, who
is attending the great Odd Fellows
ineetin, in Toronto, Canada, says
'10,000 Odd Fellows and 34 brass
mnids in the parade here last Wadnes
lay.'" There was music there and a
Reedy River Union.
Tihe next meeting of this body will
Ie held at Enoree church September
1. Introductory sCrmon.-G. A.
2. Dinner, one hour.
3. Query No. .-'How may chris
ians help one another to grow in
zrace and in the development of
itrong, active men and women in
Speakers, Dr. Jas. McTntosh, J. S.
Dominick, C. L. Dowell and L. B.
4. Query No. 2.-''How shall we
promote a deeper interest among our
members in world-wide missions?''
Speakers, Theodore Danielson, K.
&f. Suber, George T. Riser and G. A.
5. Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
'Sunday School work" will be dis
3ussed by W. H. Hunt. At 11 o'clock
issionary sermon by L. B. White.
We trust all speakers will be pres
nt. A cordial invitation is extended
to the community to come and let us
tave a good day.
B. P. Mitchell,
Mr. Chester Huffman the wvonder
ful dlouble voiced soloist this season
Eeatured with the Great Barlow Min
ttrels, is perhaps one of the finest
singers or. the minstrel stage. Posses
ding a splendid rich baritone robust
anality," elear arid musical, a most
pleasing appearance and excellent de
livery he instantly claims his hearers
rattention. His soprano or second
voice is startling and of great beauty
andharmnony, which uinder no possibil
ity could lie mistaken for' high tenor
falsetto, or the soealled female imper
sonation, as it is a fine powerful
sopr'ano showing finie oultivation and
ear'e, and must be heard to be appre
m~ated. HIe is only one in Manager
C'obuirns vocal choir this year, which
is superior to any the company has
ever carried. They will he hearid on
WVednesday next and~ are recognized as
onie of the best. and1 most progressive
attractions which ever visited New
"Your Money's Worth Or Your
- Money Back."
The above is no idlec boast of some
unreliable fakir, but the statement
andl standard of JT. A. Coburn and his
Great Barlow Minstrels one of the
cleanest and most enjoyable whieb
each season returns to Newberry wvith
a new compa)flny, cost nes, and .,n'iie
productlions, new singers, commedians,
novellties and( feature attractions of
interest to every theatre goor in the
land. Hie adlopted this method to pro
tect himself and his patrons from the
piratical efforta and cheap immita
tionis of his company and title that
have been foisted upon the public in
the past three years. It is a bone-f ide
guarantee to every man, woman andl
child attending his performance, and
any attract ioni of similar title not
bearing his name or lithoghaph, is not
the orriginal Orpat Barlow Minstrels
which. appears at the Opera House
Mr. J. W. Smith a Newberry Boy to
Wed Miss McAtee in October and
to Reside in Newberry.
Nr. J. J.W. Sillith, a1 svn of, Capt.
Jenik smtith, (t' Ah. Pho-4.want. 11hi4
C41i1y, who*i has f,1r tie past seve'al
years miae111 his lne in ilaita. has
Sold out his business inl that city and
will locnto in Newberry. Por the pres
ent ie will. n1t e'nage in business.
ve are '-lad to have Mr. Smith
cone back to Newherry with i us and
in that connection the following
plealsanlt ann1olinepeent, wihel con
eerns Mr. Smiti, and which will be
'ed with intet e.t hy his maly frieids
I inl this cotuity. avpared in the Atlan.
tat Jurnal of li t h 16 1:
"i r. John McActee, of Kansas City,
Mo., announces the engldgement of his
sister, Antoinette, to Mr. John- Wil
liam Smith, the marriage to take place
in New York in October.
"Miss MeAtee is the only daughter
of the late United States Judge John
L. MeAtee, of Oklahoma. and is well
known inl Atlanta, havin visited the
family of Gleneral Cleary several years
ago wheni he was stationed in Atlan
ta as chief stir2ein at the post.''
From Suinter and Lee Counties.
Mr. Richard 1. Manning, iyho was
a candidate for the governship, is
from Sumter county, comes of good
ancestry, mavy of his relations have
held hih--d offices in the state. Owing
to his amiable manner and unimpeacli
able character the people of Sumter
county gave him a handsome ma
jority at each election for governor.
Strange to say that the people were
won over by the strong personality
of the man, althoumh the sentiment
(if the countily is largely against his
platform. The people believe him to
he a safe imani and it is not only coun
ty pride that -ave him such a large
Stunter county still has tle dispen
sary, buit no dlo'llt there is still a
groWin-, sentiment against it, and
slioul J an e!ecticn b e called and an
honest vixorous campaitxn started, the
dispens-ies mnuiht have to be closed.
Certairly if niiidrn os'rvtism were
overc1me Sumter 1e d go dry. That
at least is the opinion of some.
Mr. E. L. Wicker, whose father
was reelected superivsor of Newberry
county. hns a pwsitioit with the public
works at. Sumter. He has formerly
held a similar pc.sition with the elee
trie plant at Newberry. IHv looks
just a.s happy as ever.
Miss Msen. .f the Mt. Bethel com.
munity of Newberry county, has taken
charge last Monday of a large school
at Wisacky neross the line in Lee
Mr. H1. M. Ienry is principal of
the Os-vevi school in Rumter county.
This school is a consolidation of two
schools. Tihe childruen at a distance
are conveyed morning and1 evenlig
by a hack to and from school.
Mr. I' A. Rolanld, c.f Slikhs, has
taken charge as principal of a flour
ishing scheol at Herriot in Lee counity
near Rembert 's Chapel.
C'ards a re out announeing the mar
r.iace of Mr. David LeRoy Wedaman
to Miss Mamiiie I .ouise Epting, (daugh
ter' of' Mr. W. J1. Ept ing, oni October
17th, at the residence of Mr. Epting.
AMEY OPf"G"LHOSIN03 T AE
N wberry Cotton Market.
Corrected by Nat Gist.
'lood Middling . .9 1-8
itrict Middling . 9
.liddlinig ... .. .. . 8 7.8
Notid I\filddingl. . ...-.. .95
r t\Iiddlin .. .. 9 1-2
Wofford College Opening Promising,
Wofforl and loitting school opened-,
september 1) with i a large attendance
>f wl (i te friids of the college.
mye a righ1t to he proud.
The openming exercises were conduct
ed by Ifishop Dullenai, and his touch
z a:lress was very helpfld to the
tiew studeits especially.
The Freshlumla class is a large one
11nd41 has a chimae to comiie ill) to, if
not surpass, the record breaking class
of last year.
Prof. Brewer, of Vanderbilt Uni
versity, will assist Dr. Snyder in
English; Prof. Corbin will assist in
mathematics and physics.
The college Y. M. C. A. extended a
kind greeting to the Freshman class
by giving a reception for them on Fri
day night at 7.30 in the Cleveland
science hall. The hall was beautifully
ulecorated and the refreshments werq
qerved by the young ladies of the city.
rhe occasion was a very pleasant one
to the old and new students both.
Dir. Carlisle, Wofford's grand old
mali, will give a helpful address to
the Y. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon.
Messrs. W. L. Isom, W. S. Whittak
w and R. H. Dominick, of Newberry
-ounty, have returned to college after
pleasant summer vacation.
Mr. W. C. Herbert, of the class of
'04, has returned to the campus as
rofessor in the Fitting school.
4OST-One black Polin China stock
hog white spot in face. Notify
John T. Oxnter, R. F. D. No. 2.
WANTED-Tra-.9oler for establigh-1
ed House. Twelve dollars weekly
to start. Expenses paid. Refer
ences. Address George G. Clows,
Newberry, S. c.
1'HE BEST service for the least mon
ey. Your laundry will certainly be
made satisfactory if you bring it
to The Herald and News office
Basket sent Thursday and returne
Saturday at 3 p. m. A trial is all
that The Laurens Steam Laundry
)ON'T wait until you need a tonic
-take Shaw's Malt and guard
1-v t nerb'vous collapse. For sal
at the Dispensary.
NE W* NT youi' repairing on Bicy
eles. Onins, etc. Just received 250
Ne w Talk ing Machine Records.
fmie mnke your selection. Your
Cromer & McGraw.
VJANTED-Youi to see me before
build and get prices on wash, dos~
linlds. flooring, ceiling. shiingles, etc.
0. W. LeRoy.
TOTICE-Have your buggies and
carriages neatly repaired and re -
ainted by Neely & Morgan, near Mr.e
P. C. Pool's stables. All work guar-.
10MI1 OPERA StI.TAN O' t? '