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The Movements of Many Pe-ple,
Newberrians and Those Who
Miss Ger-1rude Carwile leaves to-day
for Sumter where she will visit
Tle annual meeting of the Wo
mnan 's Missionary Union, of the Reedy
River Association, will be held in the
Pirst Baptist church, Newberry, Sat
urday, October 13th, from 11.30 until
Mr. '1'. C. Pool and Mr. W. I.
Carwile, as grand jurors and Messrs.
S. 13. Aull, 1. H. Crompton and Jaic;
M. Bowers, ats petit jurors, wilI go to
Greenville to attend United States
court next week.
Rev. T. Tracy Walsh will bold sc
vice at St, Ilkes Episcopal chureh
Sunday next with celebration of the
Holy Communion at 11 o'clock anlid
evening prayer at 4.30. The public
is cordially invited to attend this
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Scott will give
1 german in Tlianiii hail tn Monday
M r. . Frank Wearn was in tihe
Oitv this weck.
The Wman'S ('lu)b met with Mrs.
P. E. ScotI vesterdav afternooni.
r. W. FE. Eberhardt who lived in
Newherry for several years ali who
has lots of friends here, is prescrip
tion clerk at r1. 0. E. Thomas' drul
store in Cohhmbia. He wir be lad to
see his Newberry friends when they
nre in the city.
Mrs. L. 11. Aill. and little son, of
Dyson. are visiting relatives in the
Mr. A. 11. ohn, of Prosperity. wil
in the city yesterday.
Tlle citv schools will he closed to
day to give the children an opport un
ity to see lie circus.
The C., N. & I,. is at work (iln the
Several Newherrv Kiniuhts went to
Old Town vestenlv to lie barbecue
given by the Old Town lodge.
Dr. J. A. It. Scherer went to Orone
'I'le graded scool suspeiled exer
Vises fIor today tiln ac(ouilt of the
circuls comlliln'g to town. .ust as well.
Col. .J1o. R. 1iel li ng--er. of, 1imherg.
was in] tlie city for a few hours on
('itv aid t-onility taxes a i l 4111e.
The circus is in town today.
The small boy will be happy today
and the old11 gentleman, too, for he can
take the boy to tile circus.
The price of cotton is nearing 11
The new sidewalk ini front of the
Scott building has been completed
and the street cleaned out and put in
I?ev. Prof. A. .1. Bowers will preach
at Central Methiodist church Sunday
IRev. Z. W. Boedenbaugh, of Pros
perity. was in the ety yesterday.
Danger to the Pure English Breed.
The Columbia State, last week,
hinuted that .J. Itutledge McGhiee and
Elbert H-. AulIl had been holding a
caucus at Newberry. We are c'onfi
(lent thait thIiis caucus meanis miischlief
to thle purie Enuglish brieedl. Wh'len that
v'ery youngi ii on5441 of Scotchl-I rishi blood
and t.ait porly Bul3rgomnaster of Saxe
-Coburg-(Got ha put t heir heads to-gethI
er, there is danger brewing to some
thing. And we shrewdly suspect that,
Eduar DeI Camp is in the ' 'bunid'
Eduar' DeCamp dlescended in a
struaight line from Mar'at -in his
bath tuab-bleedinig. Yes .it is a race
issue thlese muischiievous Glaelic, (Gallie
and Teatonic men are getting~ up. The
pure English breed is to be driven out.
We tremble, aind wish we were nam
ed Mike McKillieudldy oir lns Butz
hardt, alias Buzzard. Or it is per'
haps a political move ? The papers, to
be sur~e, have publhlisheCd that Eduar
DeCamp and Rutledge MeChee are
not shoutinug for Bryan, b)ut wvhat of
that i Who knows but that in the next
issue of their ''damnecd papers'' they
may come out for government owner
ship of railroads? And that B3urgo..
mastor of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, lie is a
dep old sujet. I f that Newberry
caucus means a race issue, we know
of none of us who are safe except
Johnnic Pat Meehan and Olaf Haa..
kon Christensen.-Edgefield Chron-.
We do not exactly understand what
Fa~ther Bacon means, Hie should ex
Down in the hearts of most men
there .exists an ineradicable impres
~son that their popularity would
~reatly increase if people knew what
4' e1ly good fellows they are. Don't
tle at themn. If, you will Bit down
v~ti indthinhk Abo it, you will replhe
~ ~ ~ ou ge of ~te numbeA and, if
e$~ not, so mucht th* orse for
I ~ . w, t~o xiet, tt purselves,
~0, ~utf1.. *U~ Q mtera, will
TAXPAYING TIME HERB.
Rewbrry's Assessment !af Million
Increase-Nearly $20,000 More
In accordance with the notice which
ins appeared inl the Herald and News
id lia eonformity to law, Treasurer
'pps will open his tax books for the
!olleefl;on of taxes on next Monday.
r'he total amount of taxable proper-.
,.y as shown-by the county auditor's
ibstracts is $0,498,325.00, and the tax
's chargd against. County Treasuei
Epps for the collection of same aggre
rates $109,469.89 as' follows:
,,.te purp".........$ 32491 62
)rdiniry county purposes 22744 13
ipecial county purposes 3249 10
Iourt lHouse .. ....... .. 3249 I6
[ispensry ...... .... 3249 10
laptitationl dog tax 1609 00
Railroad .. .. .......... 7802 74
onstitutional school .. 19494 97
4pecial sclhool .. ..... .. 10018 95
IoI tax .. .. .. ..... .. 5561 00
Total ............$109469 89
,rte taxable property shows a gain
,ver last year of $581,869.00, and in
he amount of taxes to be collected,
9.536.69. In otler words the tax
nvers will contribute 1'or county and
Qate purposes inl this county $19,
36.69 mnore than they paidl Ia,t yea.".
rhtis is iought about from two
!anses, first, there is an increase of a
ittle more than a half million dollars
n the valuation of property in this
-onity and in the second place, the
evy for county purposes has be%n in
reased one mill and we have a .alt
nill for court house and a halif mill
o pay the cost of constables in en
Foring the dispensary law in this
Arthur Dunn, the popular musical
lomedy star in his newest success,
'The Litle Joker'' will be the at
raction at the Opera House on Thurs
Iay. October 1S, for one performance
r. Dinin's new vehicle is said to
)e entirely original in theme and full
if bright, witty dialogue, of the ra
tid fire kind, interrupted only by
he many up-to-date musical number8,
vhich inlude new topical songs, par
adies, Characteristic numbers, ensem
>lcs, and new dances and groupings,
naking in all a most delightful even
ang's e itt rtainment, by a company
of met opolitan artists engaged es.
)ecia!ly f or their adaptability to the
roles whiih they enact.
A fent.:re of Mr. Dunn's produe
ion is ti.e beauty chorus and the
retty lttle dancing girls all gowned
n the most exquisite creations of the
Thr. Kind of Law We Need.
The following is the Virginia state
agrant law, and the following per
~ons are dleemedl vagrants:
First- All persons who shall unt
awfully return into any county or
'orp)orationl from whence they have
een legally removed.
Second-All persons who not hav'
ing wherewith to maintain thtemsel
res and families, live idly, and with
mnt employment, and refuse to work
or the usual wages p)aid in their lo
Thir-Peroi.sstrolling about in
dileness who are able to work and
tave no property to support them.
Fourt Pl I ersons leadlit's an idle
mmoeral, ' - ' i.rnte l iie, and have
10 pr~oper'ty to . art them.
Fifth-All ablebodiedl persons
ronntd begging~ or whio quit their houis
as antd leanve their wives or children
tvithout the means of support.
Sixth-Persons wvho follow no Ia
b)or, t radle, occupatimon or profession,
and have no visible means of support.
Seventh-All noersonis having a fix
ed abode wh'o 't,.,stealing or br
tering stolen property, and have nto
Eighth--All persons able, but who
Lb not work, but hire out their minor
children and live on their wages.
There was a good frost yesterday
morning. Potato vines and .other
vegetation wvere killed. It has been
right chilly for several days but the
bright sushine has made every one
feel good and the farmers are put
tinig in all the time they can.
Mr. Pitts Died.
Mr. WV. A. Pitts, of Helena, who
met with an aceidont on his hand eat
an account of which appears ,In
Tuegday 's Herald and News,-died at
his home in Helena on Monday even
ing at 7 o'clock from the effects of
the wound received in the' accident.
To Our Subscribers at Mollohon and
Mr. J. P. Cools 3s ~uthorized to co'
locc-and i'eceipt fo siubao ptions. te(
The Hera)d and N ofw* tvW4t Tn4
and Molhon ap,d 16 t es' ov hi
One Wanted in. Newberfraad one in T
Sheriff M. M. Bufor this week
captured Joe Jackson, ceored, who
was, wvnted ill Green'ojt for the a
larceny of a bicycle belonging to Jim a
WIright. Jackson is working on Mr. 4
A. I. Knighton's place. Sheriff Bu- a
ford received the warrant for Jack- g
son on Monday and delive,ed him to
(reenwood nuthorittes on Wednesday 8
"a&A AA.k. Z herif Nvug a6 44s,ist-a
ed in making the arrest by Mr. Wil- t
liam Boozer. t
W itle Lieriff Buford was in Green
woodl he caught George Parks, who b
was wanted in this county for viola- o
tion of contract. He has just finish- m
ed a service of three months on the
chain gang in Greenwood Cunty and T%
had settled up for two other cases t
of violation of coltract. er
On yesterday the sheriff took Win- Sr
nic Glasgow, colored, to Columbia, to ell
be put in the hospital for the insane. as
In Memorian of Miss Nancy Nichols. es
By a Friend. fol
"Cruel death has cone and taken r
One so beautiful and fair,
And tias lbiSkL.. t) Gi iircle, th
Which ha3 caused a vacant chair.'' ha
"She has gone away now from us f
To that land of peaceful rest, b
There she waits to greet her% love ones n'a
in the home among the blest.', tn
"it was hard to lay her, body ov
In the cold and silent tomb Ti
Never more to look upon her in
Till the resurrection morn.'
But in that great day that's coming, th
When the dead shall rise again, n
She shall come forth in her beuty
Evermore with Christ to reign.' sk
"'Her young life was early given,
Earnestly to search for truth,
For her Saviour had commanded at
Her to seek Him in her youth. ''
"She obeyed the heavenly message, te
Sought the Lord with all her heart,
And obtained the sweet assurance C
That it never would depart.'' C1
",And when death was seen approach- Di
She was calm and undismayedi, S
For she knew whom she believed -
On this rock lier feet were stayed."
"Just before she made her exit
From this world of evil and strife,
She exhorted all to meet her,
And enjoy eternal life."
She believed that she was taken P
That they all might seek God's favor
And His pardoning mercy kfow."
''That they might believe in mercy
lie had taken her away
To prepiare them for tihe judgemenit sa
Of the great and final Day.''
"'Shc would have her father, mother,
Anid her brothers, sisters dear- ed
All to meet her up in heaven, a
Each a crown of life 1o wear." Pe
"Now LLear .L'iind, now - * your col
L4ook beyond this world of care,
Live for God-and life eternal, p
And you'll mcet (lear Nancy there." mi
"Let each day that comes remindyo (1da
Of your precious daughter there fe
And be sure to strive to win it ini
For a erowni like hers to wear."' tu
"Soon our time -to seek His favor K
Will have ended here below,. D
And into the Judge's presence, G
Prepared or not we all must go." Cl
"Then the time of separation p
Will take place before *J', throne, a:
Crowning those who have been faith- sh
Rejecting those he had not known;"
"May you, with those who God bath og
Ready be ,when He shall come, t
And hear Him' say, coine near ye es
Enter my eternal honme.d
D). P. B'oyd,
Fountain Inn, Oct. 4, 1906.e
At St. Philips. ' u
There will be coIfimunion at St. .0
Philips on the 2nd Sunday, 14th, iied '
with preparatory servIce on saturday''
previous at 8. o 'CiQek,.
lia s Hal to be F real4, opene
Monday Eoning- rnaa Given
by Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Scott.
The new popstoffice building, knowl
the Scott bi-ck, is about complete
d we now have, ofte of the bes
uipped and arranged post offices it
town of this size that is'Withont
vornment building in the state. Th
ree additional store rooms have al
been rented and two of them ar
ready u%-.!piPd, th-e one next tt
e post office by Hill 'and Sligh, aln
e next one by The Globe Racket
i%derwon -l4iuthrs, the other wil
occupied. by Mr. Carlison as a tail
shop and Mr. John Scott with hi
The second floor is also *eupied
vo of the rooms on the corner b:
D dental offices of D-. J. K. Gild
, Jr., and one by Dr. J. K. Gilder
Cole L. Blease, Esq., has also so
red a suite of ronis on the fron
d will move his law offices thort
a few days. The dress makinj
tablishment of Miss Dossie Shackle
ed and Mrs. Golden occupies thret
0,ms in the rear.
Mr. Scott is also arranging one ol
- prettiest and best ventilated dane(
Ils in the state over two of thi
>res. The ceiting is metal and th
ior is a double floor, the top on
ing of polished maple. lie ha
med this hall (lie Thalian Hall th
me Thalian being from Thalia
e of the nine Graces who preside<
er all the festivities of the Greeks
tis hall will be opened Monday even
, by a German given by Mr. ani
rs. Scott. The music will be fur
;hed by the Columbia orchestra, an
occasion is looked forward to wit1
teli pleasure by the young people.
This hall will also be -nsed for i
Letters remaining in- the Post offic
Newberry for the week endin;
B. Rubbenl Bennes, Henretta Bris
', T. M. Bishop, Lular Brown.
C. L. J. Cannon, John Caldwell
Ira Collins., Ema Conleyes, Tor
D. Alma Draft, John Davis, Loui
E. Wi. B. Emis, Minnie Elmo, 0
G. Lot Glenn, John Gilber.
H. Annie Harris, Mary Hendersor
J. Robert Johnikin, Orah Jonea
L. J. M. Latham.
M. Ellen Maze.
P. Susie Payne, Mae Penn, Minni
M.ry L. Rawles.
S. W. Rice Slight, Willie Stucky.
V. J. W. Vincenl.
W. J. H. West, Paule Dise, R. W
Persons calling for these will pleas
y that they were advertised.
C. J. Purcell, P. M.
Arthur Dunn, the clever little corn
inn wvho was last seen in ''The Run
-ys'' with great success will ap
ar' at the Opera House on Trhur,
y, October 18, in his new musics
medy, " The Little Joker'' by Het
rt Hall Winslow.
The comedy is said to be far su
rior to "The Runaways" and th
isie which is entirely now and ui
-date, bright and catchy, while nel
necs, new lighting and scenie of
ets and costumes from special orig
al designs, make gorgeous stage pic
The east includes Marie Glaziei
itty Nelson, Jean Salebury, An
te, Bessie Franklin, Harry Leone
s Thomas, Oliver Holden, Loul
irist.ic and other clever people o
ual note and a large chorus of th
'ttiest singing and dancing girla
ud a dozen of the most (bandsom
ow girls Mr. Dunn has ever ha
e pleasure of engaging.
New songs abound and several c
em are sure to become popular a
tee, "If I Were only Taller," "Th
ttle Joker," "May. I," "Teras
." "The .Widoy," and "The Flii
t Flower in Dijie" are some of thi
A woman .furnishes the followin
say oni husbands:
"There are three'kinil of husbend
-the youpg husbands whe make ii
ulappy beoause' we are sqQeo
them,. the middle-aged husbAnd
ho break our heaita 'bocMtse thes
.. aUhr arie mo' oy Mr pie
if than devotMay attentin to"
d t)ie old huelban4a whb 's8h~ u
t~i theii"eslli.V objad 1 . gOOVe
Prosperity, 9. C, Oct. ,1L-Jael
i Frost. arrived in' Piosperity -lam
t night , and owing to the unexpecte
varrival at this. early d t n thefowe
I were not prepaired forlijs' oring anw
are conseqtently. lookitig 'droopy.P
- Miss Estelle. Stewart his returne
a from a visit to her brother at Blaks
l Mrs. Drv-. Nance of Lake City, Fla,
is visitinu, ner sister Mrs. J. A. Domin
ick at Kinards this week. .
- Mrs. 1. LS.- Caldwell has ruturne
4 from her visit to Virginia.
Mrs. G. H. Taylor, of Greenwood i
visiting relhtiyes and the' old. home.
Mrs. Jno. A. Fellers of Gary's .I
- visiting her sister in Saluda who ha
, been quite sick.
Mr. W. 0. Mitchell has gone t
t Saluda County on a business trip.
Miss Mary Kinard is expected horn,
from Atlanta Friday.
Forest Boozer, living on Mr. God
frey Harmon's river place lost hi
house and all his household goods.
Mr. R. L. Gaston hae returned t
his first ive. He is now located a
Blackville and has charge of th
i transfer and freight departmon't. Mi
Gaston as agent of the Southern her
a gave universal satisfaction. He wa
a genial gentleman and we are sorr;
to lose him.
I Miss Marie Reagin spent a coupt
of days in Columbia the past weel
with relatives returned home Monday
i Miss Marie Whittaker of Epwortl
- and Messrs. Marvin and Walke
I Whittaker came up to atend the fun
i eral of Mr. R. L. Schumpert.
Miss Estelle Coleman, 'of Aikei
t county is visiting Miss Erin Kol
this week. Misses Coleman and Kol
taught in the graded school of Hic'k
ory, N. C., last year.
3 Miss Lois Goggans, of Newberr
has been visiting Mrs. C. M. Harmor
Mrs. Alneige and daughter Sena, o
Chaarleston, are visiting Mr., H. E
Livingston whom we are glad to leari
Capt. R. H. Russell, formerly o
Hamlet, N. C., now. of Savainah, Ga
5 spent a couple days with the childrei
this week on his way down. He i
superintending the laying of th
heavy rail on the Seaboard froT
Savannah to Jacksonville.
Mrs. M. C. Morris is visiting. ie
parents at Lykesland Richlands cou
Mrs. J. H. Werts has so far r<
covered that she is now able to visi
A three year old child of J. I
Davis, colored, who lives near Leve
Chapel was burned to death yesterda
afternoon. The parents were in th
field picking cotton and left th
.younger children in the charge
their oldest girl. She had gone out c
3 the house when the little one caugh
fire. She lived about 3 hours in feat
ful agony whe,n death came to he
- The town of Little Mountain wa:
- shocked on Sunday afternoon whie
- the news came to town that Mr. (
- M. Monts, had died suddenly at hi
Ison-in-law Dr. J. M. Sease. Mr. ani
-Mrs. Monts had attended church an
had stopped with their daughted Mr:
-J. M. Sease for dinner. In tli'e afte1
noon Mrs. Monts and Mrs. Sease ha
gone to a Missionary meeting at tI
church leaving Dr. and Mr. Monts a
-home, Mr. Monts' mule had gotte
-lose, he walked out into the lot t
hitch him, he caught the innle an
reached up to hitch him when lie fe
backwards. Dr. Sease, hurried to hii
'but all effort failed to revive him an
'in less than five minutes he had pasi
"edc into the great beyond. Mr. Moni
was a cpnfederate veteran. He wn
taken. prisoner and spent nearly tiw
8 years in Fort Delaware. One of lh
Smessmates told me he never sawv l.0
angry nor ever heard him use ba
Slanguage.. What a testimony. He wi
held in, the highest esteem by i
neighbors. He was maied in 18(
to Miss Catherine Feagle whomn togetl
e er with three children and many r
"latives and hosts of friends mourn h
loss. Mr. Monts was 72 years
e moUth and 5 days old We extend ot
sympathy to the abereaved fatally.
Death-of Mrs. Sarah Toilers.
Mre,Bara Feldredied tt
e oeo e o,W ,L. Fellers
SN9. I'To*nship at n'on on Tueag
S see yetwo years, 1d at
C ais a augnter ofAbl
G he leaves foatt 1~~t~ ou
~fbia and tw h4'Jeiy t 4rwid
I ddtidd& Fd 4i
Good Midfin 1
I STATR- O" SOUT, OCA4O AN4P
a COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON TLEAS.
Howaid".Qiffney, Jaaes Ruthe'ford
Arthur Tucker Pick ,0adiAney 0.
G. Gregoiy, Rus Maybin,01eiii
- Maybin, Ed Oglesby, Ia Trustees"
Trinity Church, Dofendanti.
:1 By virtue of an order of the Court
horein, I will sell to the highest bidder
a before the Court Ho'use door at Now,
berry, S. C., on saleftay in November,
1906, within the legal hours of 'ale,
all that lot of land lying and being
situate in Newberry-County, State of
South Carolina, containing one aore,
more or less, and bounded by lands of
a Lee Gaffney, by lands of Sallie Gaff
ney, and by road leading from Lyles'
- Ford road to mouth of Tyger River.
s Terms of sale. Cash. Should the
purchaser fail to comply on the day
a of sale, the premises to be resold at
p purchaser's risk. Purchaser to pay
B for deed.
H. H. Rikard,
e October 8, 1906. Master.,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
K George Johnstone and James F. J.
r Andrew Kinard, George Cook, John
Cook, Catherine Livingston, other
wise called Kate Livingston,Martha
A. Kibler, John A Kinard, Wilbur
a W. Kinard, A. Bond Piester an
1 Elizabeth Hutchinson, otherwise
- called Bettie Hutchinson, Defend
Y By virtue of an order of the court
herein I will sell to the highest bidder
f before the court house door at New
berry, South Carolina, on salesday in
' November 1906, within the legal
hours of sale all that tract of land
f lying and being situate in Newberry
Comity, State of South Carolina, con
taining' sixty-two and 35-100 acres,
more or less, lying on watirs of
e Eleazer Creek and Cannons Creek and
bounded by lands of or, forinerly of
the estate of G. G. DeWalt, Samuel J.
' Kinard, Mrs. Elizabeth J. DeWalt,
Mrs. Carrie Hunter and others. This
being the land of which George A.
Kinard died seized 'and known as the
t Kinard Place.
Terms of sale. One half of tho
purchase money to be paid, in cash
r and the balance in one year from day
y of sale sthe credit portion to be so
e cured by bond of purchaser and the
e mortgage of the premises sold with
f interest from date of sale with leave
f to anticipate payment, the purchaser
t to pay for papers and recording of.
-same. H. H. Rikard, Master.
nFOR SALF-Young horse four years
I. old. Apply at this office.
.1 SEED OATS-Red Rust proof. See
a me at Newberry,
s. Walter S. Spearman.
d SPEOIAL, SALE OF CHI1 " at
e Mayes' Book Store. Prices 10 ze'oi
tDon 't fail to see it my assortment.
FOR KENT-A good two horse farm,
good dwelling house, two tenant J
S houses, good out-door building and
S good pasture within twvo niiles of
Prosperity. qood smooth land.
J. M. Werts,
Prosperity, S. C.
""JUST-AS GOOD" is "NOT TX[f
.B T"-buy only the genuine,
Shaw's Malt. Fo'r salp at the Dis
FOR SALE-3 very desirable build
S ing lots, 74 feet front ),y 150 feet
deep in the -heart. of -the progres
sive town -of Whitmuire, S. C. For
' further information~ apply to
D. U. Jones,
* ~ Raeford, N. C.
TB~B SBE.T servi1c for the least mon~
ey.our laundry. ill certainly be
Maesattsfactory if you brl it
S to 'he g(erald: and NqeQ14
Baskottsent Thursdar ~ndtEOd