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PURELY PE RSONAL.
The Movements of Many Pecyle,
Newberrians and Those Wh-o
IMiss D)elia l. fII 'rospeitY, is
wiih Copelandki iinr.. ani wvill be.:a
is i lter t'ivil l t vi v.
eIr. I). .or oI,tf .ain a, ii \illtl
Colleia i ill'ra. tis
Aliss Nmi!h-tPope lef yesterday
1,41r ('ollumbin (16 visit rehatives.
llr. .hnes .\14-111'intsh o' (s.oltmbial.
was is the vitY on iSatuintY.
.ir. Tholiats s. Iollo%%lay is in l w
Mlr. 1). F'air P'ifer las reurne
.l.s. :NMarg el T Irant . li Mlicke.
('4rn1er. is visiIinI.,- n-hia ive. Inl thel
.\i al B10a.y i l .ivans, o \'ir
1tinlia, is Ithe ens f.\1i.s givnevieve
E-,valls fl (olle". streutl.
Thera will be a businless meetin
' Ith it h iel.i M laill. t il the librar
Ilhis aliviln'...n ;II 5 ."clocL.
Uv. .lih \\Il preach it
vi I -' - i tla I' I . Illt' (
: I - I a 11\1.o -
\\ : I %I b: I I. h I a 1.1l ; o com
., la rl I ' t i 1 1-. ' a i Irv '
i ab l , i 't i i '. v 1 v;It II
. N s fr. Old Toai vme
fr-. n ii ' I11,r 1 h1 .,:. I the rear
t th ht Ialle ' i I: i n: I -c i , was ' l eI
l l i h i nw. b I ii ws
l ' I t,- I * .
a I;i1il' litin.
the k.I th.
1%-r Nc\w \',rk. uh. -vil; hit mm-r
rii t iI(.. Nli,- .\?A h:!ile i.t' i .
News from Old Town.
( bI To . M rI. in Iv nie
W Tr.en: . e eb1m :<urhi .
I\ . .l a.\ ' i . E 't 4 ha,i i lb r.,
.. W .hi k',pis
VIr sii k at li i Msa . I r. .1. L ..
. r . d . T. SIt\ 11:11. I. vxpect1,
hAn. i in I'm\ In <hys f'ror Newherr16
paY a visit Ill hr l t le d oWqIIM 0
d tine i n his point. S . will I
Iach the schml .a Sli,0hs this *vear.. I
The yt ills It. tll o h n d
rally, hiv- fil Ti av. lhv 1 1th inst.1
h'v. -1. It. Tth41rdWell wil n
" Uniik" fnl (ts t his tiime b t h wNill
l. i''. t. A.\ il,. the( 1). 1). (". C., wvill
alr e tre.
Air. -. W. Smkor w hs a ( o wh
y riit ar il f uso, x)r n , pj
< h do usle oftlinilgv do fder,e ndo
whin' nis indo on--ii epe
U}-a n.k erimo;tt'l ilily
'Oh,docoyn rellbofe duinner,wan'do
Daher's ,"do - ch illso d fodde et
tina" tim. .\ ln th e ik r
Wea sioulirt 't mnd eing go,d ;o
Tbuhei e di ha t ero mainyd theo
the 6. thath.
In Foder-oti' Tme
THE PUBLIO SCHOOLS.
County Superintondant of Education
FileL his Annual Report-Some
Conuliy I-u1perinlttendenit of1 &hdlen
tin .. W. Wivel.r ha:s just filed his
am a I-'vrl -with th- t e oSupler-ill
It.1loln olI' I'e l .h tentin. coe .rinlg Ih Ill
School yeal' uIndin, .imine .mt. The nat- I
Iowinig figIres I'rm that report may I
he iitervstinl.g. 4
11alance tltn hnlid Irom Ilst
Ye'l1 . .. ..i . .. * 773.1
Pohll tax . 4739 '00
Thre'e mill tax ........17-122 50
I ti .iise n ry .. .. . ...... 1742 CI O
!tra levy i1i nit. special
diis 59....... .......55)52 1:L
IDxg ax0........ .... 1)149 00 e
T4ot i eenue. .. . ...:19659 15 s
White tiachur!' salary. . . 22124 98 1 l
Nvgrvo temchers' salary. .. 1i36 9:3
Wlher Purlpose2s, whitttt
schiol.. ...... .....27.1 :7
''I i '' t' jtiriisel s.l li 11I 0 ii. ''i14$ o
cu~hool .1 .i . 11 . . . . . . .* ii8 ld.u p
-s ---- h
Tot l expen it n.s . ..$:20257 7:1
TisI> e'- h.:ve a 1: haie to be e:nei' w
h 0t , 11 xoit yer ,0 af ;';: . In I e
t nil. :-pt-viAl , II lSc ie -e,rw , h
Is j eial Ie'y i, mnadV is ineh::Ild 1hP .
'\whe.rry chool di. trict. .
lin1ring_ thev yvar. 10 whlite (t.mcher.. Is
%re It mpl-yed il(] a 275i0 white chih1
--n1 were* VInr-lled inl lte schools or
ht Iouny. ''a en tehers. wre
ni tii,'c't , l l il- i -1 s le' vt ilildrett
rld the makin:
toin llnwP v 4. 71'!'4: pupils. Thes
10t, 1 M .- t h -' t"a'll 4 nti'llet i a: 1
17. The"P limu"my speak fOr thvn i
ill r h r hi irn t ito wh Ill
I:2 -li' V V 11 He -nI a 1u l - InhI lII
thI' i t , in I th ii . e is ('n tv. wI
n n ' t I It eve y b in got I bi
ht .~t' tii'i' I nd erenme mIre I :
ni-t hie I)onnel &in t Ill ho b
-gth bepust r ednt' o hei'nuseny.
Dr ah b lMr Bobt. . Schumpertn
ms'. and Jore ,. A m n aantt. in
iliz s 1) a thi old unoty. h itdI at his
Olm, hver mih-s soueth ( Newhier
riday1 , mist e neb.ente hlad
we*t sig:< wih typieid Fevv for q
I envia wevk. bi Frblay morninl
womil o:1o helter Donnl this physician A
nid hop sc ta1th hit bisis h a tend. Ip
o y o r eatim set- in later in t t.i
ty yOng vhrtist the rapidly. Z,
.M\r. Sehviliwrt was f r' ony-n ye
Snue. ;IId It -aves a1 wife. who was :1t
INs Whitnker. m11 .
1e also 'ins livin four sisters. Mvr. 0 p,
I. it. M.tng \ rs. 1,111her 1,411g M r-4. hi
n. muniwr an.l iMrs. Whitsides.
11 e hrother. Mr,. - .' . Sehun,.
imm- Nlihm norsim
TO BUILD TROLLEYS.
'ho South Oprolina Public Service
Corporation of New York Has
Matter Under Considera
Some t iie ago the Chamb111er tof
onini'ree ot' Newberry 'recvi%tp i at
"InIIIIInietntioll 1*1oml thle South Oliro
ia l'iblie Service (orporatioll. of
trooklyl, New York, sending" a map
, tit' lipper part of tihe state, show
1g_ a1 number)VI oft trolley linies villineet
h : to. ns of this settitn. and
sk ing lI_- information about Newberrv.
'hlis inlf'ormlatioln was promptly gi
Sy .hy A-. A. C. Jones, Oai.mi otf
he t -II III i C o n I t'a lslportat tol. IlIe
as receivei asknowledllenlt of this
iih tlie statement froi Mr. It. C.
'a 1"llen that lie expects to le inl
timth carolina in November anti will
wn'li disecuss tihe matter at lenith. Mr.
'an e l'i l seells to be a mmiliber. of
IV comm111ittee tin survey and1( loca(ionl.
C lit) Ilot know any1vthinlg ab1ut tile
mith Carolina 1'tiblic Service Cor
ontylion. iutl iere Woutl vertainily
ia i mn 'the eieetim i t- the
-.11ev lines as indfiented oil th a,i
Iii h 11-y sent. In fact. it will I
1, a y :r h'r'r allII t t N.
III t i m-1tion ol Ie sta te w i e
m!I1VLelr t V by 111ndley. 'thte l"k Ilhat
From Newherry via Salmla and
dutiel t Aulgulstaq.
K. of P. at Old Town.
The memllhers of Old Town .-od,.
1iilt I PVtlias expect to uive
harhe,I)cni onl thle aIfternIoon ot IlheI,
ih. ad11 have invited tle Itmb1hers
t' ordt'r at Newberry an t ttr
PI aV-4 nt with theill til the ov
'i.m. Dr-. Thmrn:,-ell has -e td
I lvImv t'ln It, ], 1):.0sent. ;'I'A tht,y
t t) havo I very enjoyable W
'i ! l t it,
Tlt --itv ykhs r,eieitml frs ITm
Sjteltefommitte 2in an in wiso
S Ih- roial receipt fcr tht. ,164.
lit 1to tlft S 'I ('tincisoI' bufferert t
the itiize.s lt'Newhen This
q-! 4: : l.u vyIn I hIis revt-i he1, arN !s
it -nim er 24. an is a fa i
on or. Wrt. Esl.,
ity tI'rk & Treasire.k
Nwhr r tbIy. lC.
-r Si r
We be.-' to 11n11nd youl herewith
r Official Receipt f r .t14.35, be
the .1m1' t11 contri lite bi y th
im. nis tito N'i'ewberry. S. C. , to) (ur
liel, F-und(. *
Kindly extenl to al persons inl
-restedl and1 accept for yourlself, 4)ur.
o1A sincvere thanks fo l tis Very gefl- C
Otis 4rift. whiell we aslre you is
-Ihly appreeiated by Mlur People.
miurs vert.,y trI-lly,
-Iamnes ' . ll, ' l i n) 1"siv.al
C101 or' grega tialWaMeeti nt it
Tihe wueithers t' tel uwTompltn
reet o, I)'. il . ( i (telreb ar e e
trieditin catu comn-eatial oeet
Th ciase t ine Mthe Ghuchatier
thy,e onThJrean atebroon Ann
ale, preset. nln,Har
Bhard lerHdx. Lui
'i!r. W.n.otade and Mr o's. of. the
drtixs were~ arid Sday,in Sep
wha dozh, of the most hndspar
nae. Rleu. Kimre officiat- .~ ,~
Newtngs abun,dhe-eveal o
icys'' suh re nt succ~es will a
-ar atf th Oera ue onal,' Thr
imdyt 'Tet.il e .okek"er'' by "Ters
-r" "ile Widow,"ad"hc.i
Th loed in Dixid"ar oe far t1u
Mrort tof 'The tnaways'' do thefu
usi rhich ons hatrl. e..n p
Thae, brioght and betchy, .ki'.! onewt
mees,. ne ghItng and sceicef
et ndcstms rm pcilorg
0OUXTY UNION MEETING.
Regular Quarterly Meeting Farmers'
'.T'he regular 1ciarterly mveti!ing ot
t he New iry- -Conit y Fairmes' L'u
itn was held-un last Satu dily with a
good at eIdaice. ticlh lbus i n ess ot
a routine n1ature, pertaining to the
welfare of the order, was transaeted. I
The commri1ittee on Parmors' Lnioin
varehouse consistintr of S. P. Crot
well. .1. 1. O'Neall lolloway and .1.
F. Stephens m1a(le its report, which
was received as informi1ation and the
,conmmittee wa.-' (41ntinluted withl inl
stiruetions to ma111ke additional investi
ations. This commit tee is to be sup
plemented with oie '-member from
,-ach local un11ioni to be appointed by
the president of the local union. This
mndar'red committee will meet in New
berry on the first Monday of Noven
)er1 next. The presidents of the sev
mral local unions were requestedl to
tify tie county secretary at oice
>f, th;e appointment fromi each unioni.
S. I'. Crotwell was elected delegate
nil .1. H. O'Neall liollowav alternate
-1 the Ietiet i ' fiv the State Farmers,
niiioni t, he held inl (Colurmbia durin1
h'lhe memlbtrs of 1his orilizationl
tiim to be tzakiwi ni uch interest in
Is work and (here is promised a
!reat -.ood t4w result from it.
Messrs. :aii and Wells hav u
eited one of 'the storeroomis ii the
ew Fraternity h"all buildinrig amid will
iave a first class and up-to-date cafe
in the building on the 15th of this
nioth. They are manwn,-ers and lea
e o(f O the eity opera honse, and have
equ111ently f111umid t Ieel o a first
lass cafe where ieals coubl be serv%,
J at all hours.
.)r. l.arhar,lt has been il thw print
av business all the time since his
11jurn1* in Newherry. :ii r the past
everal years has ben with tle New
WIrry Observer. Ile was maV41r ot
Ae I,.wn) for two teirms :11( is inow a
ivinber of' the l-egislaitre. IIe wilt
ave aoive mameement of the bsi
('SS anld will. i donht. give it his
'.,I services.. Vj
Mr. Wells has been eninected the
ewherry e INhardware tim1paniy lor
everal vears and will coitiiue his
4iiiiectiI with that company.
in conetion with the ene they
vill handle ei.ars and a line of high
-rade canned gods.
ThIe location is an ideal one, tihle
o41111 is large and has plenty of light,
lie kitchen can be in the basement, a
id altoogether there is no reason i,
chy these young men should not sue- a
Dan Rice and a Mule.
In dIays of old it was said Dia C
Iie and a mule constituted a showv
uid a prominenit manager years agoi I
laimed thle poiple l iked t o be humt
nigtedl. This may have been true a
iramrter of ar centurmy back, but, time
hadnzes all thrings and( to day the '
lust suiccetsful shows arme those which I
ave the greatest nummber of ems
dho ve'rs. t he harigest menagerie, thre 1*
ulcest tenuts, Ithe miost rings and ele
-at ed st ages, Ithe best parnade anid the I
11(St famnoins idy, gent lemeni and ani
nal perfoIrmers. And even with all ~
lhe formeg in g Ithe manai:gement must,
thove everytx'hing else, dleal s<poiarely
rithI tIre public in truthfl advert is
ng ma l honeiist buisiness'5 methoicds.
'hiis is thle centuI rmy oif wisdom am nt
't big thliniis, anid thIe lieople absl
itcl y lrfus to lie humbuirggedl or' to I
mr iiize hmribuig shows. For many
,ea rs (Cole Brot hers Uniit ed Shows,
rich are to be seen Friday a ftei -
monii andi( eveninig October 12, in
cve rerr. havi e tour ed bot h thIe nei'w
rmd thle old world meeting with uni
eisal1 success and firmly establish
ng the enivIiale repuntationi oif prnes
tting all and more than they an
11oun1ce inl advance. Eveir in the lead
Is managers, they have this season
tignally augmented their previously
Iarge shows in every department,
iparing'neither labor, time or wealth
an making improvements and addi- <
tions.. Those persons in a position to
now' whereof thiy speak unhesita.. I
tingly proclaim this the largest and I
best tented amusement enterprise' in<
all theoIorld; One thing certain Cole
Brothers have a vast fortune invest- 1
ed. in their street parade alone. This
go'r*eous free spectacle will leave the1
rround at 10 a'm, upon the above date
and tour the,1prinejpal streeta of New
bsri'y. Thre 'will be 'b;ands of music,
a steam calliope, herds of monster 1
ei1ghant, droves of comels, steel-1
ribbed open dens of rare animals,
'ableaux, floats, vans, chariots, a my.
1 of beautiful women in handsome
coatr. en, gaiy cavileers, beautifully
capau aoned pi dIrg steeds, funny
elow ase, eute ponsre . d comical. don
keys. Tils pageant is a colossal show
of. wonders, splendor aqd wealth in
itself: and worth iavemany mileso
THAT UNION STATION.
Mayor Brown Takes a Hand and Say
Work Must be Completed or
lIe city coinllivl has v--itten i a let
IVe Io Mr. W. (. Cllilds stating tilat 11
h11pe.s tiat tlere w%ill b)e IIo furti le
delay inl tile coiplfietioll of the work
whicl has beei ill progress for1 tihc
pist six Illonthis of making a make
4hift for a iuio depot at Newberry.
They turtier insist that they want
Atd ai assurance from Mr. Clilds that
this work will be completed at one,
,%ayor Brown says that un11less it is
lie tlhat lie is going to take steps to
require the C., N. & L. railroad to
mt the streets back ill the condition
hat they were before this work wa.
oMmllellced. He further says that he
loes not. ititeid' that it siall drag
dolg ill the way it 1111h beenl inl the
>ast six or eight monthis.
The weather during tihe suimmer has
>emn exceedingly bad for railroad
rork, but it does seem that tiere has
>wen given time to haiive this work
ompl iet ed.
We were. told by tie railroaditl col..
nissioilers at i meetilg of the Traf
ie Associaltioll it l1eltonl oi file first
f Ml.ay that ntice had been served
Li'il Ilte C., N. & L. to hlave tilis 1iml
ond station Completed by t!;z 1i
ixed by lw, or that tihe pellalty
V0ould bIe attacied. ,
Tile Herald and News regrets that
Is sugestioll to roll tile present south
I'i passeliger station across Maill
treet didl not meet with thie iipproval
f the 'eitizens of Newberry, who have
har3e of this matter. We suggest
I it to the Chamber of Commerce,
mt so far as we are informed, the
'llamber of Commerce does not look
zarlbly 11ponl tile suggestion, and
otililng lis been done.
If tile passenger station is to 're
Iin where it is, there enn be little
oubt Ithat it would be much better
or all concerined and muticl more eon
enlielt. 111141 give llore n-mall for iar
i:.ges, it' he depot was moved across
111ill street, for tihell tle e wAoulld Ile
os t necessity to build ani unimbrella
bed, as each eldi of the .epilt woluld
bout strike tle railroad track o,
The committee on tralspolinttionl of
lhe ('haimber of Commeic has had
()Ime co eITspoildeice witI tIle rail
oad commissioners inl regardl to the
latter, but it, is really getti.- time
liat something was done.
While tlhrilling aerial and arenic
ets as well as sensational equestrian
;m and hiippodrome track events are
bsoltitely essential to all big tent
hows, theiir performances would
all flat were it not for the elowns.
r1-imarily the majority of show going
nthusiasts, not to mention the small
oys and girls, visit the canvas cities
lbe amused and the salaried jesters
must see tai it that noine are disap
ainted. Realizing thlat goodly share
f the success of the enltertailnment
oepeiids luon the funsters, (cole
h-thems, whIose united shiow: will
ive afternoon and1( evening perfor..'
iinces, October 12, in Newberry, enm
aged for thIiis seasonl as unparalleled
cot erie aof world famous elaowns as
ionuey cani hirei. ThIere is a ver itable
rmy of these jolly fellows whlose sole
'"nrk is to~ p)rovide wholesome lau iihmi
nd. amirnsement for all classes and1
11 nires. From the time tile main
ent door araS21ie openled, an hiaur before
lie first act n 1telr thle rings, unt11iI thle
ud c of thle proagram Ite great ippo-ia
rmle t rack swarmils withI hlarlequins
11d mirth Ire(igins faist and furiou.
uiste Cl rown, Simple Suimfon, Maose
nd all the other coimic supplement
hiaracters are there as wecll as mole
han11 a score of othIers. If you dio no;
v'ish to en.joy hale an(mid hearty jollity
t will lie ad(visale to remain awmay
'rm the Cole-Brothers United Shows.
)in the( othemrh lId if yon are su fferz
nli from an attack of the blues, a
ertain and permanent cure is assur
d if you attenld the p)erformanlce.
Arthur Dunnl, the popular musical
~omedy star in his newest success
'The Little Joker'' will be the at
raction at the Opera House on Thurs
lay, October 18, for one performance
Mr. Dunn 's new vehicle is said to
>e entirely.origin~at in theme an,i full
id bright, 'witty dialogue, of the ra
pid fire kind, interrupted only by
he many up-to-date musical numbers,
vhlch include new topical songs, patr
dies, characteristic uiumbers, ensem
)les, and new dances and groupings,
naking in all a most delightful even.
ing's entertainment, by a company
of metropolitan artists engaged es
peoially for their adaptability to the
'o1as which they enact.
A L.eature of-Mr. Dunn's produe
ion is the beauty chorus and the
rett3' littue dancing girls all gowned
'the most exquisite creations of th-i
Corrected By Nat Gist.
,-trict Mliddling . 10 1-8
1od Miiddling .. .. . 10 1-4
PROBABLY FATALLY INJURED.
Mr. W. A. Pitts, Section Ma:jtor,.,
Thrown from His Oar-Skull
Fractured and Leg Broken.
Mr. W. A. Pitts, section master of
the Southern railway ,above Newber
ry, fell from his ear on Saturday at
ternoon as ho was coling from his
work and suffered a fracture of the
skull and had his left log broken. As
hits beenl his custom, lhe wis sitting
oi a box on tle front of his car an
We presime running at considerable
speel. Ii some way the box tilted
and threw, Mr. Pitts in front of the
car and utider the wheels. He wias
attended by Drs. 1. 0. Ellisor, W. G.
1ouseal and J. K. Gilder. Little
hope is entertained for his recovery.
Mr. Pitts has beenl sectionl master
ait or near Newberry for some twern
ty-five years. About fifteen years
IgoI his 'faltiler, who was also section
m11ast er, waIs Cominit" oil his hand car
hei wteln PrSperI.ity and Newberry
and%- was struck iby n111 extra freight,
tr.liln and IIwni i romt (Ie ar. and
I he large coipany supiporting Mr.
Duin include such popular favorites
ats Marie lazier, Joan Salsbury, Ann
Dale. Bessie Franklin, Henry Leone,
Gus Thomas. Oliver Holden, Kitty
Nelson alI Louis Christie, anlid in ad
dition a line of Broadway's most
handsome "show girls'' and a chorus
of singing and (lancing girls petite
and pretty enough to delight aln audi
enee anywhere oil tle continent.
The -owins ar the latest faslions
of the Costumers' art aind are special
creatiois for Mi. Diunni's prodiction
of Tie Little Joker."'
Ilst but ni(lo Illil;s lealst fle scenec
protdictionl is worthy of note. Noth
ing- has been spared to make it com1
plete ill every (etail and one of the
mlost ma.gificenit onl tourl aInd this is
supplementetd by electrical light ef
feets vhicl a1-. Ite newest inventions
of New York stage prlodicers.
Thvis engalelit will lippell .t thle
Opera louse (Iln T,hin1-sh)y, OcL(her
SPEGIA L NOTICES.
SEED OATS-1ed lust proor. S,e
Walter S. Spearman.
WANTED--To repair clean, oil and
R?. C. Williams.
WANTED- To let you know that f
have With mle Mir. T. 1-. Oravit,t, a
first-class harness maiiker. (Give us
21 trial. will make1( youi 1 set out or
eine tta(2k tzinned0( pa2cker htide ~
jleather- 1I. C. Williamis.
WVANTED-To'1 sel1 you a carriage,
bu(2Ly, waigont, set of1 harness, re
12a ir, 2xl oil, (ax. 1Nle greaise, or anly
thlini yout use2 iln this line. C'asht or
SPECIAL SALE OF CHINA att'
Mayes' 80o1k Store.(' Piices 10 cts.
Donhu'1 faii to see it myt~ assoi ritt.
FOR RENT--A good( two horse fa'rmn
good dwelhling~ house, Iwo tenan,t
goodI pastur wl cvi iti twuo mil esi ol
PriosperityV. Giood smoo0lhI lantd.
J. M. Wert..,
Prosperity, S. C.
"JUST AS GOOD" is "NOT THE
BEST'"--buy only the genuine,
Shaiw 's Malt. For sale at the Dis
FOR SALE-3 very desirable build
ing lots, 74 feet front by 150 foot
dleep in the heart of the progres
sive town of~ Whitmire, S. C. For
further information apply to
D. H. Jones,
Raeford, N. C. Ld
THE BEST serviee foi the least mon
ey. Vonr laundry will certainly be
made satisfactory if you bring it
to The He'rald arid News offloq.
Basket sent Thursday and retarged
Saturday at 3 p. m. -4 triaj i alU
that The Laurens Bteam Laun ry
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