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The Movements of Many People
Newberrians and Thos,e Who
The Mlower Company will have their
millinery openin. oni next Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McClure left oil
Tuesday for their home in Knoxville
Miss Iuila Jones has gone to Aiken
where she will teach school, and not
Io Barnwell as stated last week. *
Miss Pauline Gilder will leave Mon
day for New York, where she will
Miss Alice Connor, of Greenwood
is spending a few days Wiith Mrs. J
T. Mayes, en route to Baltimore.
Mr. J. Marion Davis, who has beer
attending a' meeting of the Odd Fel
lows at Toronto, Caznada, returned
home onl Tuesday.
Miss Mary Pope is visiting rela
tives in Columbia.
The town clock, it is stated, will be
ready for service by Saturday.
Mrs. M. A. Huiet and family have
returned from Hendersonville, where
they have been spending the summer.
Mrs. S. J. MeCauw-hrin left for her
lnme in Birminham. Ala., on yes.
Ir. and Mrs. Eduard Scholtz, wh14o
hae been visitinx M1-rs. W. F. Ewart,
will return to their home in Charlotte,
N. C., tomorrow.
Miss Annie Green left Wednesday
for the Colleg,e for Women in Colum
bia. ' *
.lrs. 0. 1-,. Joinson and daurhiter,
who have been visiting Mr. S. P.
Boozer. will retirn to theirl home in
Charleston this week.
Dr. Jamies Y. Fair and Miss Jose
phine 1air, of Savannah, Ga., who
have been visiting Mrs. C. A. Bowman,
will rehurn to their home tomorrow.
Miss Bessie Crooks, of Walton, is
visitilng friends in the city.
Mr. A. B. Cauhmnan, of Newberry,
was in the city a short while Tuesday
flobert Loniinick, who some days
ago sold the place at which lie now
resides, the old Jones homestead, to
Dr. George Y. Hunter, of Prosperity,
has bought a lot from the Newberry
Real Estate Co. on west side of Sum
mer street, a nd will begin very so.n
the ereetion of a very handsome resi
dence. )r. Hunter will also erect a
handsome residence on the lot which
he has recently purchased from Mr.
Dr. 0. B. Mayer has commenced the
erection of a handsome residence on
his lot inl East Main street.
Everybody is invited to call and see
the up-to-date and st* ylish creations
in millinerY to be seen at Caldwell
and ialliwanler's on Tuesday.
Her. .1. S. lills, ot' )Ie Wi-est, will
preach :at the A. H. P. church at 11
O'c-lock Sabbath morning.
Am1ion. the lady visitors to the city
this week are Mrs. C'ole L. Blease and
Mdiss Genevieve Evanms, daughter of
Hon. ii. 11L Evans, of Newberry.
Miss Glenevieve Evanms, one of New
heiry 's genmthe and charming young
ladies, was a visitor to the city this
Caldwell and Haltiwanmger 's millini
cry opening will be on Tuesday Oc
t.oher 2nd. Ladies are especially in
vited Io come andl inspect the large
stock of milliner'y.
Ex-Mayor H-. H. Evans, of Newber
ivy, camife up Monday, ini attendance at
Court. Hie is in his accustomed goodl
humor, anmd looking the picture of
Muiss Sena Riser is with Caldwell
and Haltiwanger in thle millinery de
p)artmient and will be lelased to have
all the ladies call on Tuesday, opening
(lay, and sh ow them a beautiful line
of well selected millinery.
Miss Jleanne P~elhan1 left on Thurs..
day for the Peab)ody Institute in B3a1
Miss Odalite .Johnson left on Thurs
day.for thme Peabody Institute in Bal
timore. Mrs. Johnson accompanies her
ats far as Columbia.
A note from Moseley Brothers came
too late to change their advertisement
in this issue. They wanted to say
that they had received their twenty
third car, 2300 barrels and qunoted
prices of best patent $4.40, best half
patent, $3.95, best meal, 80 cents per
bushel, best grits, $1.75 per sack.
Mr. Duckworth to Speak.
Hon. R. F. Duckworth, ex-presi
dent of National Farmers' Union, will
make an address in the court house
next Wednesady, October 3rd, at 11
o'clock. He will explain the aims and
purposes of the Farmers' Union, and
a cordial invitation is given to all
who are interested in the matter, to
ttend. All members of Farmers'
Union in the county are expected to be~
OPENING NEWBERRY OLLEGE.
'Good Opening Wednesday-Formal
Opening this Morning-Many
Newberry' College opened on Wed
1Wsday morning witi every prospect
f being one of tihe most successful
esins inl tile history of the institu
tic-n. Tihe number of new students on
hand is not known; but tlere is every
evidence of a larger number being
eirolle(l this session thai last. Saluda
county eads in furnishing raw mater,
ial, there being fifteenl or twenty new
men from this section in addition to
her goodly number of old studonth.
''nilcord, N. C.. sends back her full
delegation of old students and with
them four new men, two entering the
Junior class. Of those entering, the
Engineering department will get a
full share. Prof. Kicklighter, the
principal, of the engineering depart
ments will not reach Newberry until
tie later part of October, onl account
of a severe attack of typhoid fever,
from which he is now recuperating.
In the meantime, this department will
be in charge of Prof Gogwans, his
newly elected assistant. The :new
I Engineering building is nearing com
pletion and the Engineering men hope
to be safely housed in fheir new quar
ters immediately after Prof Kickligh
ter's arrial. Dr. Haiuseehild, who
has been elected to the chair of Eng
lislh. is here and is fast making friends
with the student body. The formal
"penling of the college will be this
morning at nine o'clock, at
whichi time addresses of welcom'e to
the student body will be made by the
different ministers of the town and
other (listinguished visitors.
MR. J. R. DICKERT.
Made General Manager of the Glenn
Springs Railroad-A Newberry
The following from Union will be
read with interest by many persons
in Newberry, the native county of Mr.
Dickert. Mr. Dickert is a son of Col.
). A. Dickert and we are gratified
at the success which lie is attaining in
i t'e railroad world. Roland was one
time a pupil of this editor's and we
feel a personal pride in bis success.
Union, S. C., Sept. 25.-Mr. J. R.
Dickert, who has'been connected with
the Union & Glenn Springs Railway
ever since its organization, has been
mrotmoted from train master and con
ductor to the position of general man
W-: of the road, his appointment be
inQ received in a complimentary let
ter from Pres. E. W. Robertson.
Mr. Dickert has been a resident of
1nion for six cominl lere fromil
Cillmbi. 1-clu-I i N ie of New
h)r,1 m :: s IIIroved lhiniself a Imost
4eelle! J!1road man. winning
friends r the mad as well as for
hiisel f. anid~ haiVinig up .travel and
traffic over thVat branchm.
MISTRIAL IN HUNTER CASE.
Jury Remained Out Until Night Wed
nesday Niaht,. But Could Not
Lanurens. Sepi. 27.-A mistrial was
o.rAred thmis mnrnine in the case of
I.liv 'tat e vv G.* Wash Huntmter, chmar-red
withI murdier ini the killing of Elbhert
F. I 'Iimd. .i July 19 last. The
testi: n::. was taken on Tuesday and
after -armemnt of counusel and
thme judLe's eblarge on Wednesday, the
ease was give:: :n thme jury at 6i o'clock
oni Wednesdalfy afternoon.
When court convened this morning
lie jury anniounced that it could not
agree. ,Judge Aldr'ich asked that one
mnore effort be made, and the jury
ret iredl, but soon returned and an
niounced1 that there was nto possibility
of an agreement. A mistrial was ord
ered and the jury returned the record.
It is stated that six c,f the jury
favoredl a verdict of manslaughter,
anid six a verdiet of niot iguilty.
This was the second trial of the case
at this term.
Last week Hunter was convicted of
manslaughter but a new trial wvas
granted by Judge Aldrich an account
of irregularities and accidents in the
management of the jury, which were
admitted by Sheriff Duckett.
Hunter was granted hail today in
the sum of four thousand dollars, and
immediately gave bond.
Al Church Notice.
Alofficers of the quarterly confer
ence and members of the Whitrire
circuit and their friends are cordially
invited to meet the Presiding elder
at Whitmire next Saturday at 11
o 'clock. Full reports should be made
to this conference.
All who will make a labor day of
fering to thme Epwvorth Orphange on
September 29, will send check or cash
to Mrs. Mattie Suber, Whlitmire, S.
C. Remembe he orphas
Street to be Widened and Extended
-New Block Brick Store4 -to be
The coli-t house com ii.ssioners have
given the town of Newberry. a street
forty feet wide between the lot pur
ebiaseJ,by the court house atid the
Crotw.ell -lotel building. It is now
lioped that some time in the near
future this" street will be extended
through the Blease and. Ataitin lots
to the Presbyterian church.
Some one was asking yesterday
what had become of the court house
comlission, and this statement- will
probably confirm the fact that they
are still alive.
It was stated some weeks ago that
Mir. Millui'rn was elected architect
and for the benefit of the curious
public we will state that he is proba
bly engaged in the preparation of the
p)lans for. the building.
A proposition was also made to the
city council on Wednesday night to
extend the street that runs in front
of the Crotwell Hotel and dowl Law
Range through the burned district to
the railrood, the idea being to carry
out the suggestion, which has been
made several times in the Herald and
News to extend this street under the
railroad track into West End. Mr.
Mower, representing his own property
and Mr. Burton representing the Car
olitia Manufacturing Company, made
tile- proposition to the city council.
The matter wilt 1e taken up iand Ito
-lotibt arrangements made for the ex
tension of tihis street. This should
be done by all means, but Mr. Mower
aniid Mr. Burton should have coopera
ted with the other property owners in
wideninir Main street before the new
store of Hair and Havird was built.
Another lroposition was also made
to the city council on Wednesdayi
night for permission to move the two
woodenl stores oil Mainl street, tie One
oceupied )y Hill aid Sliih aid the
other. by Paul Johrtone, back on
Friend street. This proposition was
-ranted by the council, and the under
standing is thUt new brick stores will
take the )lace of these wooden build
ins onl Main street.
DEATH OF J. K. S. RAY.
Asheville Banker Who Formerly Re
sided in Spartanburg and
James K. S. Ray, aged 35 ybars, eld
est son of Captain and Mirs. Edwin
Ray of Asheville, died at tle hone
his parents oin Hillside street'in that
city Tuesday m( riiinx, after an i'lness
f several montis. The death f Mr.
''.1y Wals recI.ivedl inl Nprvno ith
.Viiine strrlw, for Ie was well kowi
ilnitd l a i this- eity, h1avinl ra d
.1ated] at Woffoid Colle-e.
Wh'len Mr. Uay -raduiated -at -Tof
formd collei.e he became iden1 ;fied
with thme Sparitan!mrii' Saing'iis I.'m1k
a:id the Ce:: ral National B 'nk. Hie
anter'ed the service of the "Mnks as
ce'llection clerk, but soon rose to the
nosition of cashier. which lie held un
til a few years ago, when lie was
elected cashier of a banking institiu
t ion at Whitmire, S. C.
Seve":l months ago Mr. Ray broke
down inl health and he went to Phil
aldelphlia l'nd( enlter'ed one of the best
"'r'itals in that city for .treatmenlt.
He impr)ioved in hecalth and :'etur'ned
to Asheville his old1 home1. when:' 1he
organized Tile Citizens' Tlrust and
Saving~s Bank, of which he wvas pres
ident n t thle time of' his death.
He was a young man of exemplary
chlaraeter and( was gifted with- a genl
tleness and sincerity whlichl wVon him
friends wherever lie was known. His
p)arents, and( a sister, H-attie Ethel,
amnd a brother, Edwin L., survive.
The services wer'e held at Central
Methlodist Chlurch in Ashev'ille We4
nlesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, 1Rev.
A. Coke Smith, his former teacher',
officiating. The active pall bearers
were Eugene M. Bear'denl, William M.
Redwvood, Robert Johnson, Frank T.
SmithI, John A. Law anid William
The honory pall bearers were:
Homnry Redwood, Gleo. S. Powvell, Cap
taini J. P. Sawyer, F. Stikeleather', .J.
E. Rankin anid Captain T. WV. Patton.
*Mr. Ray was well and farovably
knlown in Newberry where he had
many friends, having frequently visit
ed here while residing at Whitmire.
-Here's the Place,
Hair and Havird are quoting some
remarkably low prices in their ad
vertisement in this issue. They will
be in their new store in West Main
street by tomorrow and are baptizing
'e store with slaughter prices on all
ines eaaried by thleml.
Women think their hair would lie a
ot mor'e early if' ther'e was less of it.
Men value,character, women repu
Handsome Building Erected by Stu
dents and A.umni-Three Large
Buildings Erected W*th:n
Ttee Inree an1(d colilmelldious build
inl-zs h1ave beenl added t.1 the ,mip
mlient of, Newberry Colle3e wi in
little more than two yen.s. Hl'am
Hall was coinlpleted in April, 1904
the Engineering biil(in., is neaerin,
Completion; and the (ymniasium erCee
ted by the alumni, is iow an accom
The last nained building has a fir
mer hold up1)Onl tile studielt heart thm
any other feature on the calmpu-ex
eCept the "Co-eds.'' In fact, tl
alumni received considerable finan
cial aid froim the undergraduates ii
erecting the building. And the stu
dents are all watching eagerly now, to
inspect the equipment and manage
A suicvessful im:a.ee.it is ass'Irt
)y the fact that Rudolph Habeniclit
well known and extremely popular, i
to be the stldent leader of gynasties
That lie is thorourlhly qualified fo
his resp,n.sible position no one eat
doubt who is falililialr-withi his atlle
tic ability and his qualiti--s of leader
ship. By -selectinm a student leade
insteall of i paid( pliysical director thi
Faculty emplhasize the fact that tho
Gymnasium belongs peculiarly to til
stu(lents. This is further emphasize<
by making the work voluntary instea<
of comllisory, and turnin"g over th
entire (lirection of affairs to the sti
dent leader. A term fee of one (ol
lar will entit!e a sttudent to all thu
privileges of individual drill and clas
work. Tie number of students tak
in-. the atihleties Course promises to I
pleasiv-:!y lvr. M Hablniclt wil
be responsible, in turn, to t he Alhile
ties commit tee ol the Faeulty, consist
inp", of Profs. Derrick, Cabanliss. alh
Kings Creek and Prosperity.
There will be prcehinig at Kimir
Creek next Sabbaithl mornling at 1
o'clock and at Prtosperity A. R. P
church at 8 o'clock in the evening.
Mower Company's Millinery Opening
The Mower Company will have theil
fall millinery opening oni next Tuecs
day. The hbats are specially prett:
this season and for up-ta-date an<
stylish millinery call andi see thei:
Death of Little Child.
D)ied SaturdIay night 22d Septembee
George Bay, childl of Mr. .J. A. an<
Mrs. Alma Foy'. idttlec George was
years, 4 mnonths, and 18 days old1. H<
was .burie3d -at New Chapel church
Sunday afternoon. Tihe funeral ser
vics were conduced by Rev. A. HI
The iUiversalists will hioldi a statt
conlferenlce at Untiver'salist churel
near11 Perry Halfaeres, Septemb)er 28
30O. -Dr. S hinn, the p)astor, will pre
side4 over~ the conference.
When life's cares and toils are ended
All its burdens rolled away,
Shall I enter life eternal
See the light of endless day?
When I step into thle life boat
And the Bbatman takes his oar,
Will my loved ones-.bid me welcome
Whien we reach its mystic shore?
Will my parents know I 'm coming
To that hlappy heavenly land
Will they feel my spirit presence
Shall I see a beckoning hand ?
Will my children come to meet me
\When I climb the golden stair;
ShalI I feel their arms about me
Will they call me mother there?
The circus wtill reach Newber"y oin
Ale 19th '4Oeonhor
A picture of the ''gym,'' from a
-ei ,hoto.raph, is shown herewith.
People f,miliar with the otber cOl
e.-s t ihe -ate will reeogti-ze that
,i; st--reture is nnsurpassed fmr its
,,:*V,,_e inl Souith Carolina, and by
vey y few instit;ution% in the South. It
- splicios hall, melasurig some for
ty ').y viglhty-five feet. W,itlh a decp
u:nt iof the s:unie size, where pro'
-w , bee 11--e '--r- til eventual
-i! I!lat ion of a bowling alley and a
m-iiintg pool. Lockers and baths,
t - xpce will also occupy the
The a1:paratus is now arriving for
Ole main hal. It is the best that
iloney can buy anid will be quite
complete. Habenicht is here to install
the apparatus. Most of the equipment
i enme from the Narragansett Machine
- ,Wo ks, R. I.. who are the recognized
>.1 ,!d :-s il t'-is sort of work; other
-"Iti-is er1llm-Z From Mcdart of St.
1 ::is. -:-hi!- I Ie ' .i "It has personally
i .rvd to.i he.m iac' harc of a num
I,r of importinit pi-ces in Columbia.
t is h,fied thot an iexhibitfin niay be
..ive.n at s"Tme tim- t,r'i-: the session.
1 " 'e alm:imi and friends of the
II C'ollet'Ve may have a practical demon
- ratioln vf t:e vA'u of L,ymntasium
'The importance of oltdol)r sports
It ver hbe neol:-t d, hmwever, for
the sake of gymnasium work. Fiela
- .ports will therefore be encouraged as
I usual. It is hoped that, Push Ball, a
I Tew ald very popular outtdoor 1XaMIC,
may be introd.leed during the Year.
- Whil 1 tbanill is not allowed, on ae
- 'ImInIt of its widely acknowledied
bruitalities and dlan-ers, every eneour
a:,"eient is given to baseball. The
prospects for a team of the hio'lest
order are very encouraging. The major
I part of the old nine will return, sea
soned for rough usage, anid I a num1
iher of valuable accessions are alreadv
I assured. Boozer., the maer, is de
termined on a championship teai.
St. Pa,ula Items.
|The Woman's Missionary Society
L. will meet at the church on Satunrday
b efore the first Sunday in October at
~3 P'. M.
CTe recent hard r'ains have da maigtd
the crops considerab)ly, especially cot
to and~ hay. We should be getting
. cnsfor our1 (eottoni.
rMessr's. A. J1. andl Berley Beden
I haugh, L4oriek Kibler, Curtis and
Bert ie Epting will go to Newberry col
lege this week.
Miss ElIua Ray Slighis attending
the Prosperity graded school.
Boiniest. and Company are running
their gin nery, doing nuice work.
Mr. L. I. Epting has been elected
delegate to coniference, which meets
in St. Mathhews church n)ext Fridav
Supervisor WXicker ought to come
a rouind and see what a terrible eon
dition thle roads are in. Some of the
roads hav~e not but one (lay's work on
them this year'. -Thie advertising to
work hy 'the suipervisor seemsl niot to
.he hieededu. Ilwonder i fthing's are going
.dthso wa alwvays. The supervisor
dsnthave any p)ower'or doesn 't ex
erecise it. The grand jury or some
body ought to take this matter in
Wer ask our' patrons to read careful
ly each week tihe advertisements 'of
(has. M. Stieff, the great p)iano mnanu
factutrer. These advertisements will
not only prove interesting but a great
help to those contemplating the pur
chase of a piano.
The firm of Chas. M. Stieff began
business in 1842. Their business re
cord is a clean, pure and healthy one,
every person who has patronized them
is a friend. Their instruments are
artistic in every sense of the world
andl recogniizedl as one of the world's
standIard pianos10. It is the only artis
tic piano0 sold direct.
Even going to school would be a lot
of fun for' a boy if .y 'ting~ caught do.
ing it ).t("nt he wmo. ' '>c whaled by
his fnthicr--New York Prne.
Corrected by nat . ..
Middling . ... .. .. - 9
Strict Middling.... .......9 1-8
Striet Middling.............9 1-2
(lood Middlinll.......-----. 5
he \Voian's Club gave an inter
esting and delightful entertaiminit on
last Tuesday evening at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Floyd.
Tie vocal and instrumental solos
were well rendered by those who took
.part in the musical programme. Light
refreshments were served and a free
will offering was taken for the bene
fit of the library, the proceeds of
which 'aniounted to $25.00. Altogether
it was a very enjoyable occasion for
YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND
Our miLlinery display, Tuesday,
Oct. 2nd, and Wednesday Oct. 3rd..
FOR SALE-3 very desirable build
ing lots, 74 feet. front by 150 feet
deep in the heart of the progres
sive towl of Whitmire. S. C. For
further information apply to
D. H. Jones,
Raeford, N. C.
LOST-One black Polin China stock
hog white spot in face. Notify
John T. Oxner, R. F. D. No. 2.
WANTED-Trayoler >for establigh
ed House. Twelve dollars weekly
to start., Expenses paid. Refer
eices. Address George G. Clows,
Newberry, S. C.
THE BEST service for the least mon.
ey. Your laundry will certainly be
made satisfae'ory if you bring it
to The Herald and News office.
Set sent Thursday and returned
Sa rday at 3 p. m. A trial is all
that The Laurens Steam Laundry
DON'T wait until you need a tonic
--take Shaw's Malt and gi-trd
nervous collapse. For sa
at the Dispensary.
WE WANT your repairing on Bicy
cles. Guns. etc. Just received 250
New Talking Machine Records.
Come make your selection. Your
Cromer & McGraw.
A7ANTED----Yu o see ine before you
bn1ilbl and,i 1!(" prices on sash. doors,
olinds. f ine. ceiling, shingles, etc.
0. W. LeRoy.
NOTIOE-Have your buggies and
cnrriages neatly repaired and re
painted by Neely & Morgan, ner.r Mr.
Tr. C. Pool 's stables. All work guar
REMEMBER-For~ two weeks more,
T will pay the cash for ladies and/
men 's elothimnr. Also special prices
for children 's clothin.
Mrs. Dora Watts-Racket Store.
DONT WAIT-Bring your old dres
.ses, waists, jackets and shoes while
you conget the cash for them, spec
ial price for little boy's and girls
Mr's. Dora Watts--Racket Store. 4
Buy In Time.