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The Movements of Many Pecpie.
Newberrians and Those W-o
ANlI.. d, frtn . n I lofte (11reensbio
insurance miy):lIi~' is in ih l itv.
llissvs Bld an.11d Anita Davidsin
spei Tu'leF(day inl Columllbill.
Mrl.s. WilliamIII 'Johnlisoll returned
froml (Columlbial fin Tulesday.
i on. Wylatt A'ince, oflk bbeville,
i in t (.it n W nd
The Newherry Vermian Clb will
gilv 11 4,dance fin 'Iulesdaiy evening,, in
Mt isses I'v11I r lrde (ara lwile lnd I, is.
J'is nTllTsdIa is in illmbi.
Mir. W . II. 11,1silr, (f Atlan11a, waq
in th ll ni I ' Iedniesd ily.
lisAry Nan:e01ai wenit to
Col blill :In Wedn I I(sdialy to visit
Th'l! Nc-wherry- Steaiimitiudryv has
bue.n Ies. edt4 by,the (Inl-eniville Steam
'I'1111,miry For n11 41ear anl, 1d M1r. \'. HI.
Ahhlx is i s eb1re.
.\Irs. 1). 1). W ;Ilhacv ;1m14 (.hibdren, (0f
Spartwvn-.:. m visitin Nir-. 1.I
It. \ . 11.\' -. ill Newherr v.
Dr .. Pierson Ite viteran
rtirl c.rriivr ()I* NewherrY oun is
Uakin- vat"ation 111(d his 40 11t. i, bei
CmVrd41 h)v Mlr-. IB1-n. Y. A .his
T1 rel44 1 will bin next SIh
b.t I tl i l II ;It a 1t ' 11 lock. (aitm ins
('reek chnrch i t .110, inid Pro-()spverity\
ait 7.30 bI y t1w the (pas r, (h It ev I1. S.
,N11r. 1-''l .dIrd I1I. Ilu has i li I
bt-t- ro i ('Hr I o* s"lnt tilliT, 1e rsd
re t.fille- l. i
The will m'' et with
Aes AftlIIer liex Y lesil.v
ateriffl M. M. Bufot'1111 is
for wo. h' r,:nhatais bono hkon
-.i. the brb..w t ver iea river is
im vlryhaed onde ;itn : ]nIs t
nigh eaded aret..This is vs tintul
rfn1 .e o sill Ievisiem \ieclor
T,i-iiTipkinis, 0f Ninet y S ix, is
visitinll'-r, .Ililhn N . K inal,1.
('ll. Ge(-. .lidnmstone is in (Greenville
en11UM"ed inl the second' triail of thle
Th'le tou t ' (.f11commIN pleais will 4
cijm\*(n(, rt Newbiwrry ne.xt M114nda.y.
The arme,: westa ayig :ul -ged
lely for c visit t her d. rents at
Simile Iin w n . ' lIIrald and
News prinlted the( numb11er. Ill pavkau-es
hlh-tild b)Y (the H. F . 1) Carrivrs frloml
cr. ()livnot, No. I1'frmu Kinands.Mr
. . Ni llSith, :"-rir,w th141-1v werc -, .
pi1*11 kll., lanhdrIli monthl -if
THE CITY PRIMARY.
roday at 12 O'dock the Time foi
Entering Closes--The Election
Promises to be Quiet.
Todav at 12 'clock the time I'oi
d'i- iii' ld'1es. t o tlit l' as c' udida te.
1i the n1mlicipal priml:llyN will close.
V' t1) yestelay aft t hil t1lert
w"las only one caildidate for ma111yor. th11
[oni. A. T. Brown.
in ward 1 .1. I. Ilri is opposed foi
reelectioi by 1. F. Baxter. In ward
! Nat (;ist was tile only caididate wic
iad si<ined yesterday, tliough J. R
"Ieen is annlounceed inl the papers. Ill
x'ar-d 3 1,. W. Floyd is unopposed foi
'eelectioi and the same in ward 4
A.here J1. J. Langford is the only cann
lidate. In ward 5 only two eandi
lates had signed yesterdlay, ('has. R.
Xesson,. and Ed. liodIlespergerwi, though1
F. 1'. Cook is alilloiuniced inl the papers.
For Sclool trustee onl W. E. Pe]
mm, ward 2, and F. N. Martin, ward
!. J. 11. Wickor, waird 4, and 1J. M.
)avis, wad 5 had signed. thtiou-i inl
vard 3 0. Klettiner is anliounneed anld
11 wai'd 4 L. M. Speers is ainoineed.
Mr. P. F. 1axier Yestherlay sent hi,,
(Isi:-nai2nili1 as a Imleihe of tlie exe
litive 1,1c111lit tee.
Th'le electionl prom11ises to ble <11liet.
Tilie 1101liber's tt St. l,tikes con-retxa2l
i"ln in No. 9 Towliship will hIalve a
eunlion an111mid 1 Tlaniksgivinig service at
he parsmona-e onl Thanks,-ivinwx dayv
pienlie dinner will le served on1 the
roiinids and everybody is invited to
tiend. This is one if tle few Conl
re'-ationls inl thie counitry whlich sup
1ts 21 pastIir Without joining two or
bre c(hurl-clies tigelier. They have a
areme ship, and the elurchll is
11speri underl tle pa14st<.rate of the
-vr. S. 1). Klmln.
.1inst recently the (onrIatioln has
41m1pleted a1 m1odqern1 andit commo litdItou1S
14iESI11e1.24' 64)r I te pastI rt'. a1141 (inl
'lhn I iks.-ivinig dlI ayv spe.-Ohs will le
1.11h. hy Ithe lRev. A\. J. Mlowers, Dr.
,en v . 1 r-4imer. R er. Z. WV. IBedenl
n ) anel the 11411. C. M. I'fird. of
Mr. Reed Boylston, (if Ilackville,
n1d Miss Berth1a Davidson, y-olinigest
latghter of Mir. and MIrs. J. R. Dav
dson of this city, were married Tiues
hIayimorning. byv Dr. J A.. B1. S,cherer
it his residence on College Il1ll. Thic
l1idal party letf 'nmediately for their
CLEMSON IN THE STATE.
uit Against the College is a Suit
Against the State.
''l'le slipll'le c'ilt * veslelin1, v rell
hk-red ; I dv iein oil ' o si,h-r'ble ill
- i So t Il t illicA lio. S:.in 1 illi( I le
'iit' wel' 4 ilei4 1 '1 il24 eis 12 I11ll 144 $1 'ol-)
4.l fo1r 11 'ls II1114' ve yii('22hI)Irom4 1l, 4'
anse51 ofI a 4lyh(e .l.2it was1 throwl1V1 4ll111 ~
lie lo4wer'(4411 court n t'e uri'ciis tha1t1
he4 4illirts l c li 1 l4 re 11( , jarisdli'tion,
wennse154 tIe State <I' Soulh (';olina
4'*. uns5 a 14art of' h e State. Ti
-iew was siista2ined I y the supr11emil
lT e 2 eti li 41 fltue ioutit li:;ofm or--e-l'
Dr. Crim in Newberry.
D r. I. I' iii. i lie we-ll known eye
ecemeirei 1st. Dr)i. eimmn is wl
4uto introduct'ion. lie is maakinig hih
1411ne ait Sparutanihurlig a41 prlesent, hu1i
11a1kes fr-equiien ii ps hlere and14 else.
.1here'(. HeI is a1 Sk<itled e'ye spnecial ist
uii a1 pllari gent lemlan per isonalily
uld( hiis niany friendi(s wvillI he g-ld t
~ce hiimi. HIis oftfice4 is overi thle o)l(
WANT to sell 20,000 lbs. fine cab
bage. Pr'ico right
at Bill and Bobs. -
For Graded School Trustee Ward 5
J1. Marion Davis is nominated as
flandidate for member board of trus
tees of the Newberr'y Graded school|
fronm Ward 5, and wvill abide the rulei
of the Democratic party.
rarmers, we are paying high..
price for cotton seed..
Purcell & Scott.
SEND YOUR LAUND1AY TO TH1
HERALD AND NEWS THURSDA1
AND GET IT BAOEC SATUEDA1
OOMMITTEE VISITS 0OLU2BIA.
Mayor Brown and Aldermen Hair and
Langford Urge Union Station and
Te Commit ltee from the city Council
that was appointed some days ago.
itention of whili was made in The
Heild aid News, to visit Columbia
and have an interview with President
(lilds anld Superintendent Williams,
went down onl Wednesday.
The committee is composed of A. T.
Br1own. Mayor; J. H. Hair and J. J.
The railb'ond people Who ari now
repairing. the overhead bridge in
Boundaly street, prpmised that as
soon as t1hey Could secure a steel
brlid-ue they would have onle put in
this st reet and the wooden bride
In regar.d to the ulionl station, Pres
ident (lilds agreed to expend $1000.
01) inl removing the present depot of
the Southern to the norti side of
Main street as has been suggested,
provided tfhat Superintendent Wil
liams, of the Soutlhern would agree to
thIiis a rrangemient.
MI. Williams promised the commit
tee to visit Newberrv next week and
to look into tlie sit iatitn and tle
prl1osed elianlues of the sta'tion in
pvrson. Until that is done the mlat
ler stands in statu (juo.
Death of Infant.
Yesterday about 2 o'clock Johin, the
infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
MeSwain, died at their home in New
berry after a brief illness of pneu-:
mioniad. Ag~e 9 mont hs.
Services will be had at the hiomile
at 3.30 o'elock this afternoon and inl
torment at Roseoniit cemetery at 4
1Th mny \ friends of Mir. and Mrs.
McSwain e:tend their sympathy ill
this hlour. ot bereavelient.
The rlatives. friends and acquaint
ainev (I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. MCSwain
re invited to attend tle funeral of
Iter iniflant son. Joihn. tihis after
Iloonl at 3.30.
Services at 1hom1e at that time. In
ternimit at lJosemont cemetery at 4
Newberry at Unveiling.
The two excrps from the State
wlhieh are printed below refer to tie
Newherrv veterans who were present
at the unveiling of the Hanpton
st a tue. -
leire was <iuite a u-ood deleuiatiol
hirom1 Newberry who attendedl tle un
veilin. and tle James 1). Nance Camp
seniit a nu111mber of represenatitives. in
a body. Amoni these was )r. James
McIn-toIsh. who wore his Confederate
1mi6orm. Just as it wns wolr1 thiing
"Vetenils in linle nt,filed fihe two
'hi dist ice Y11. d. Pope was uie of
them matl ('nI. t . I,. Schinmpert was
thle othier. (h)i Octlober 19, 1864, tile
chii efI .instice,. thlen iii commiand of a
brIit2nde. was shot in tile head and
leflt for dieadl l Ihe field. Tn fact tile
surgxeoni 1reportedl him (lead and had
it ino)t beein for (Col. Scliuimpert, lhe
wonhl1( have pro'~ babily' r*eceivedl little at -
Ienitioni. ('oh. Schutmpert picked him
'ip anid insisted( on med(1icalI attention.
Gein. P ope ireovered and hiater on
took ain acltive part in thle hat ties
which fuollowed around( Pet tersbuirg.'
"('ol . T.J. aipscomb11, whoiC led the
cavalry ini gray yesterday, won his
<i'urs on the promotion of M. C. But
ler .inst after the famous charge of tihe
econd1( South Carol ina. It is stated
that wheni the two rode down (lie line
inst a fteor thie fighlt t he men broke
ranks and1( gathered( airoundl the two,
eyn in diliscip,l ine andi( chieered both.
T'he announceiiement s of thle pr~)ootions
werep published over thie ont ire South
and1( are niow amongllt the records at
The Library Association.
Theli illioers ot thie l iira ry associa
ion would be p)leasedl to have all of
(lie old members of the association
renewv their subscription for aniother
year, as a number of new books have
bIeen received. Miss Qert rud1e Carwile,
librarian, will receive (lie siubscrip
tions, bo0th old1 and new, at any time.
The following is a list of (lie new
A Wanderer ill London01, Silver
Moon, Helena Richie, Double Trouble,
Beyond the Rock, Treasure -in Heav
Sen, Fighting Chance, Bethany, Jajie
,Cable, Call of the Blood, Tides Barne
gat, Odyssey for Boys an .1 Gi', 8o
eial Secretary and Silas Strong.
Farmers, we are paying highest.
price for cotton seed.
Purcell & Scott.
LAURENS LAUNDRY DO0ES
GOOD WORK AND GUJARANTE
TO DBAL FAIRLY WITH ALL.
Ladies of Central Methodist Church
Will Hold Bazaar 13th and 14th
The ladies of the Central Methodist
('hurelh will 11ol( a Bazaar on the 13t1
and 14th of I)ecember f'or the pur
pose of raising funds for the Church
debt. There will be numerous tlings
to be sold that will be suitable for
Christmas gifts and other gifts.
The Bazaar will be open day and
night, and refreshments will be served
during the entire time.
The la(lies on the following commit
tees are earnestly requested to meet
at the Methodist Church next Monday
afternoon at four o'clock.
Fancy Work Booth.-Mrs. E. M.
Evans, Chairman; Mrs. Lambert W.
Jones, Mirs. W. T. Tarrant, Mrs. Ju1o.
Eddy, Miss Neville Pope, Mrs. S. J.
Apron B3ootht.-Mlrs. 1R. D. Wri-lht,
Chairman; Mrs. B1wr Martin, Mrs.
C. H. Caninon, Mrs. John Ileeder, Mrs.
Geo. Johnstone, Mrs. Fannie Fant,
Mrs. Mary Norris.
St. Patrick's llooth.-Mirs. J. P3.
Neel. Chatirminan Miss Ida Lan-_,Tord.
Aliss dessie Ilornsby, Miss Lois Fant,
M\iiss Bell Aping, liss Mlattie Adams,
Miss Minnie Havird.
Larkil llooth.-Mlrs. P. C. Gaillard,
Chairman: Miss Sara Robins'.n , Miss
Ellie H1uiett, Mliss Maud Fant, Mrs.
S. 0. Welch, Mrs. Thomas H1arrell.
iolden Links Booth.-Miss Mary
Wri!ht, Chairman: Oolden Links So
. hildr'en's loth.-lis. J. V.
white. Chairman; Cihldren's, Society.
Cake Boothl.-M rs. Will llornsby,
Chaima: Ms. Johln Wicker, Mrs.
Charlie West. Mrs. -Geo. Epps, Mrs.
leferesluents.--Mrs. Oeo. . Dav
Coffee.--Irs. .1as. Ihm11bar ', Is.
Oysters.-MArs. Willie 1?oof, MrsI .S
H1. A. C. Robinson.
Salad.-Mrs. J. K. Gilder, Mrs. Jim
lltig Mrs. M.". 13Bynumll.
Ice Cream.-Mrs. Mary Wright,
Mirs. Y. J. Pope, MrIs. W. H. Wallace.
1. Mrs. R. C. Williams, Mrs. Jas. C.
Sample, Miss Julia Tarrant.
2. Mrs. W. B. Wertz, Mrs. Tom
Wicker, Miss Agnes Chapman.
3. Miss Lizzie Salter, Miss Lucy
EPps, Miss Mamie Salter.
4. Mrs. C. G. Blease, Miss Annie
Laurie Tarrant, Miss May Langford.
5. Mrs. J. M. Ward, Miss Addie
Chapman, Miss Ida Epting.
News from Excelsior.
Excelsior, November 22.-Miss Ju
lia Shiealy of Little Mountain has
been spending a few days with Miss
We had a good rain. Wednesday
ateni'loon and1l a Inice shower of snow.
Mr'. A. A. Sinigley is, building a
niew t enanit house.
Th'le triuistees are precpaiing to pit
a niew~ cover on their school building.
Mr. and Mi's. T. J1. Cr'umplton spenit
Fr'iday and Saturday with relatives
Mrft. (. W,V. Kinar'd is painting his
new dlwe'llg house.
Mi's. Jno. B. Cook is spending sev
eral (lays with hei' son at Greenwood.
Somie par'ty I 1or parties wen t in Pr'of.
.J. S. Wheeler''s meat house Monday
nliU.ht anid cari'ied off somei (of his poi'k.
Mr. Wheeler had just killed a nice
shoat Monday afternoon. '[here is no
ceine as to the guilty ones. A piece of
the meat w~as found lying in th.o
yard the next morning.
'.)Dr. R1. C. Kihler will return to his
home in Atlanita next week.
Mi's. JI. C. Cook went down to Co
lumbia Sunday afternooti to spend a
few (lays with her son Mir. P. S. Cook
wh'Io is still confined to his ro.om sick.
CIh'd 1(o see thle rural mail service is
inerenasing in buisiness. There is much
more wi'it ing and ieading anid hand
hing of' mail since thle r'urial service has
been put otn thant before and1 the peo
pie generally appr'eciate such a ser
vice very much.
Miss Maggie Stone is visiting Mrs.
J. H. Kibler' in Beth Eden section.
Mr. and Mi's, H-. J. Kinard went
down to Columbia Tuesday to see
her brother, Mfir. P. S. Cook, who is
very sick and in the hospital for
Miss Bettie Werts, of Saluda, is
visiting in this section.
Somne few of our people attended
.the unveiling of the Hampton mnonu..
ment in Columbia on Tuesday.
OPEN EVERY NIGHT I
THE SKATIlKG RINK
Admission-Ladles FREBE; Gentle
men, 10 Cents; Skates or Use of
Floor, 15 Cents.
FUN FOR EVERYBODY.
AM xk Davis Still Alive Was Been
-P.robably Left the County.
The negro Mark I)avis, who W*II
taken froi Constable Floyd oi last
Satiday Iight, mention of which was
m:11dein The Hera(d and News of
Tues-lay, and who was, at that time
thoight to have been lynehed, it is
said has been seen several times since
then and is all right. The congtable
has not yet been able to apprehend
him again, however, but it. is said
that he is still alive.
The people of that community do
not believe that he was lynched. Those
who have seen him do not say wheth,
er lie was whipped or not. It is said
that he went to the home of his broth
er the same night that he was taken
from the constable ntid that since
then ho has been evading the officers
of the law, and now it is believed
that he was departed from the county.
Sheriff 1biford went il) yesterday
in that neighborhood to see if lie could
I hereby announce myself as candi
date for relection to the ofice of
mayor for the ensuing term and
pledge to abide the rules of the Dem
Ocratic party. A. T. Brown.
For Alderman Wprd 1.
Jos. H. IIair is nominated for re
election as alderman from Ward 1,
and will abide the reles of the Demo
eratic party. Mr. Hair has served
his Ward well and faithfully.
Mr. P. F. Baxter i3 hereby nominat
ed as a candidate for alderman for
Ward 1, and is pledged to abide the
rules of the Democratic party.
Mr. J. R. Green is hereby alnone
ed as aI condidate for Alderman front
Vari 2 and will abide the rules of
the )eiocratic party
Air. Nat Gist is hereby announced
as a candidate for Aldermai front
Ward 2, and will abide the rules of
the Democratic party.
For Alderman Ward 3.
L. W. Floyd is hereby nominated
for alderman from Ward 3 and will
abide the rules of the Democratic
For Alderman Ward 4.
J. J. Langford is hereby nominated
for alt,rman from Ward 4 and will
abide the rules of the Democratic par
For Alderman Ward 5.
Chas. R. Wesson is nominated as a
candidate for Alderman from Ward
5. and will abide the ~rules of the
.J.P. Cook is hereby announced a
candidate for alderman form Ward
5 and will abide rules of Democrat ie
.L. Rodlesperger is niomina&ted
for sl'rmant from Ward 5 and will
abide thle rules~ of the Democratic
For Graded Schcol Trustee Ward 1.
LA. M.. Speers is hereby nominated
1as a candidate for member of the
b)oard of trustees of the Newberry
graded school from Ward 1, and will
abidle thme rules of the Democratic
For Trustee Graded School Ward 2
Foster N. Martin is hereby nomin
ated as a candidate for trustee of
the Newberry graded school fron
Wrd.( 2, and will ab)ide the rules of
the D)emocratic party.
Dr. W. E. Pelhiam having ser:ved
faithfully since the beginning of the
graded school system in Newvberry3
is hereby presented to the voters of
W~ar.d 2 for reelection as a trustet
from that ward. Voter.
Graded School Trustee Ward 3.
0. KClettner- is hereby njomninatedi
for trustee of the Newberry graded
school from Ward 3, and will abide
the rules of the democratic party.
For Graded School Trustee Ward 4.
I hereby aninonce myself as n
candidate for trustee of the grad
ed school from Ward 4.
J. H. Wicker.
All persons holding claims against
the estate of Robert L. Schumpert are
hereby notified to present the 'same
properly verified on or before Decent.
ber 10, 1906, to thie undersigned Ad
ministratrix or to Mr. Jno. M. Kinard
at The Commercial Bank of Newber
ry, S. C. All persons indebted to said
estate must make payment to me
.Carrie A. Schumport,
Administratrix of the estate of
Robert L,. Schumpert.
November 7, 1906.
Correct By Nat Gist.
Middling ..............10 3-8
Srtict Middling ..........10 1-2
Good Middling .......... 10 5-8
The ehildrenl's missionary society
f mlyrnia church will seirve a sup
per at the residence of Mr. Henry D.
Boozer at 3 o'clock on the afternoon
of Thanksgiving day. They will serve
oysters, salad, enke, ete.
Amity Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M.
An extra communication of Amity
Lodge. No. 87, A. F. M., will be held
this Friday evening at 8 o'clock in
Fraternity H-ail. Visiting brethren
The F. C. Degree will be conferred,
1. H-. Hunt, W. M.
J. 1-. M. Kinard, Secretary.
CASH PAID FOR OLD CLOTHES
for one week. Racket Store.
Mrs. Dora Watts.
HONEY WITHOUT . BEES-WiJ
send faiily formula for making an
excellent healthy hoine made honey
for 25e., silver or stamps.
J. F. Clark, Conway, Ark.
FOR RENT FOR 1907-Good four
horse farim with large dwelling
house and other necessary buildings,
near Beth i Eden church.
R. H. Burton, Whitmire, S. C.
25 PER CENT OUT DURING "Car
nival'' week on all clothing at
BEFORE YOU SELL YOUR EGGS,
frying size chickens or game of any
description call on us at the City
Cafe. We want themi and will pay
.jist a little more than others for
Earhardt & Wells.
TEACHER WANTED-To teach St.
John's public school. State salary
exp)ected. In answeri1g this ad.
Jno. F. Chapman, Peak, S. C.
NEW YORK State Baldwin apples
for sale at wholesale.
Jas. F. Todd.
IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR
Christmas goods and some new
lines. we offer our entire stock of
glass ware, crockery and hardware
at cost and less to close out. These
lines must go. See 'em.
C. 0. Barrier & Co.
LOST-A siall sin-fle case gold
vathe., witi Loulise Jones engraved
on thle case antd thie pihot ograghi of
a little girl on thme insidle of -thie
ease. Snplposed to h-ive beeni lost
heveen thle grad(ied school build
11r2 anhd my1 ridiIec. A stut able
rewardm will he pa id if returted to
A. C. .Jones, Newherry. 8. C.
I ZY:2 FOR.BID anly 0one to lire
or ha rbor George Sanders, colored,
about 22 years old, as lie is under.
contract with me for 1906 and 1907.
J. S. Dominick.*
FOR RENT-Two or three Iood( onle
horse farms, 7 miles west of New
herry. H. D. Boozer,
Newberry, 8. C., R. F. 1). 1.
FOR. RENT-Eight horse farm two
miles from town. Will rent whole
or~ palrt. M. B. Caldwell.
SHINGLES-i have plenty of shiine'.
los. Call and get prices.
0. W. LelRoy.
JAMES K. GILD)EiR,
Offiee in front room over post office,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Ilave Your Piano Tuned
I WILL BE IN NEWBERRY
ABOUT TEN DAYS, AND ANY OR.
DERS FOR , TUNING PIANOS
LEFT AT GILDER AND WEEKS
DRUG STORE WILL REOEIVE
PROMPT ATTENTION. I WILL
BE VERY BUSY AND MAY NOT
HAVE TIME TO CALL, SO IF YOU
WAI?T ME LEAVE ORDER OR,
CALL UP PHONE NO 191.
R. II. McCR~ACKE