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New ranu an Those
The LAlie" Aid, Sooiety of the
First Baptist chur0h will give a
supper on December 7th in tle vaait
room o' the first loor of the Fred
- erick hotel,
Miss Elizabeth Tompkins, of
Greenwood, is visiting, Mrs. Juo* M.
Kinard in the city.
Miss Evelyn Rogers, of Greenood,
visited Mrs. E. H. Aull this week.
Mr. T. T. Renwick* went, to 'Colum
bia on Wednesday on' business.
Mr. J. Ward Simmons is visiting
his mother, Mrs. Lalla Simmons.
Cotton was selling at eleven cents
on Wednesday. There was no market
here yesterday as every body was out
hunting or eating turkey dinner.
Miss Kate Suber, of Columbia,
spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. George
Rev. A. J. -Bowers will preach at
Beth Eden Lutheran church next Sun
day afternoon at 4.o'clock.
Rev. W. K. Sligh will preach at
o 'Neall Street Church. next Sunday
evening at 7.30 o'clock in the ab
sence of Rev. John B. Kilgore.
Miss Annie Green, of the College
for Women, Columbia, spent Thanks
giving at home.
Miss Clara Cook, of Bennettsville,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Colin
Miss Mary Butler Evans, of Vir
ginia, is visiting at Mr. H. H. Evans.
Anderson Bros. at the Globe Rack
et will start a special sale tomorrow
Their store will be closed today ar
ranging and marking down pn:ies.
V & AI
Mrs. D. 0'. Phillips* and children
have arrived and Mr. Phillips has
moved into the new cottage in Har
Mrs. WV. L. Seabrook and Miss Kig
gins returned Wednesday evening
from a very pleasant visit to Charles
A PLEASANT DANOE.
The Young Folks Enjoy Themselves
-One Of the Most Delightful
Dances Ever Held.
One of the most delightful among
the many delightful dances which
have been given in Newberry by the
German Club was the one in Thalian
Hall on Tuesday evening.
Newberry now has one of the bdst
dance halls in the state and with the
excellent music, which the dancers
were enabled to secure on account of
the presence of the Italian Band,
which is in Newherr this week witi
the Barkoot Carnival Compainy, this
lnce was most tfhoroughly eljoyed
by all who were p)reseInt.
At. 12 (o'(clock the (lance wvas ad
,jou rned, and1( the couples, chaperones
and stags replaired to the Cit.y Cafe,
where a most temp)ting andl delighit
foul supper was served, after which
they returned to the hall, where the
German wvas then (lanced for several
* hiours, ando was ledl by Mr. G. Frank
Wearn of Newberry, and Miss Nina
Seay, of Columbia.
Those pr'esent were as follows:
Miss Laura Bowman with Mr-. Rob
ert Mayes; Miss Florence Bowman
with Mr-. Robert Holmes; Miss Eve
lyin Tompkins, of Ninety Six, with Mr
J. R. Fair; Miss Jean Evans, of Meri
diani, Miss., with Mr. C. P. Pelham;
Miss Mary Butler Evans, of Virginia,
with Mr. P. F. Gilder; Miss Julia
Paisley, with Mr-. F. R. Fellers; Miss
Maude Langford with Mr. L. G. Esk
ridge;: Miss Maud Fant with Mr. J.
C. Goggans, Jr.; Miss Bessie Schum
pert with Mr-. J. K. Aull; Miss Vin
nie May Wilson wth Mr-. W C.
Tyree; Miss Ethel Bowers wvith Mr.
Roy Jones; Miss Lulie Hunt with
Mr-. J. 1). Coppelman, Miss Ruth Wells
wvith Mr-. J. L. Welling; Miss Lois
G oggans wvith hir. J-ohnustone Cop
poc0k; Miss Beth- Daggett with Mr.
H. WN.-Dominick; Miss Evelyh Rog
res, of Gr-eenwvood, with Mr. T. C.
Turner, of Greenwood; Miss Nina
Sony, of Columbia, with Mr-. G4 F.
WVearn; Stags: Messr-s, J. K. Vance;
'Smith Langford; R. L. Burton; T.
Q. Boozer; Caldwell Jones, of Colum
bia; J. 8. Renwick; George Harmon,
df Prosperity; F. H. Domiiniek; J. K.
Qilder, Jr.; I-I. H. Evans; J. Y. Me
Fall; Thad W. 'Coleman, of Whit
mire; Graham Smith, Chrappells;
Jerome Moore, of Columbia; Gads
* den, of Chnarleston. Chaperons: Mr.
and Mrs. M, L. Spearma~n; Mr. apid
Mrs. A. T. Brown; Mr. and Mrs. El. M.
-Evans, Mrs and Mrs. F. A. Schm
port; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Pureell; Mr.
and Mrs. P. E Scott; Mi'. anid Mrs.
. Wright; Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
owtman; 1Mr. and Mrs. Fa C. -Bene
d et &d Mil!. Odiorne;Di' .S
[.9vtpi of the~ gp9rdinWoy tbego
LOOPy of 81
W4*berry Grouzda---The GhooWru
and the Winners.
The.lovers of la pigeon shooting
enjyed theimselveq yesterday on the o
grounds of' the Newberry gun club. at
There was no cont9st among the
clubs of the dounty but contests were p
made up from among those present at
and much sport was had. The at
tendanee was. good and the boys en- tc
joyed the day. ni
The first contest was among ex- 8
pert shooters and was for single shots o]
the total being'20. 11
The following were the entries and 01
the score: k
Tench Boozer..'...............17 a
Jackson Abrams ..........13
R. C. Perry .. .. ..........11 -
J. B. Cromer ...... ...17 V
C. H. Cooper ...... ......... ..13 y
W. E. Elmore ...... ........18 y
T. M. W'erts .... ...... .....12 y
Nat Gist ...... ........ ..... 8
A. T. Brown ...... .......... 1:
The first prize in this contest $2.00
was won by Elmore and the second J
$1.50 was divided by Boozer' and o
For the doubles in this same eon- t
test the following are the entries and I
Tench Boozer .......... ..8
Jackson Abrams ............ ..6
R. C. Perry ............ ......7
J. B. Cromer ............. ...4 f
C. H. Cooper ...... ..........7 0
W. E. Elmore ............ ..... 3
T. M. W erts ...... .......... .7 e
The first prize $2.00 was won by I
Boozer And the second $1.50 divided
by Perry, Cooper and Werts.
The following entered the amateur
contest in which twenty single rounds I
The score is given:
C. 1). W eeks ............ ....13
B. B. Lietzsey ..... ....... ..13
F. A. Golden ...... ..........12
W. H. Lominack ........ ....1.0 1
H. H. Franklin ...... ...... .. 9 1
Johnnie Nance ........ ...... .17
Forest Summer ........ ... ...11
Jno. C. Goggans, Jr..... ......11 1
The first prize $2.50 was awarded
to Johnnie Nance, and the second Ldiv
ided by Weeks and Lietzsey.
The following entered the double
shots in which the total shots were
ten and it gives the score:
C. D. Weeks.. ................2
B. B. Lietzsey ...... ...... ....7
Johnnie Nance ...... .. ......4
Jos. L. Keitt, Jr. .............7
S. J. D. Price ...... .... .....5 I
The first prize $3.00 was won by.
Golden, the tie having been shot. off,
and the second $1.50 was divided by
Leitzsey and Keitt.
Then there was another contest of
twenty five sigle shots resulting as
Jackson Abrans ...... .... ..19
RI. C. Perry .. .... .........17 1
J. B. Cromner... ............19
C. H. Cooper..... .. ........21
W. E. Ehnore ....... .........22 4
J. D. Nance .... ..... ... ....15 1
T. M. Werts............ ~....20
C. D. Weeks ...... ...... ...20
F. A. Golden..... ...........14
Tench Boozer ........ ..... ..21 1
The first prize $3.00 was awarded
Elmore and the second $2.00 was di
vided( by Cooper and Boozer. I
Still another contest w~as had in
which fiftegn singles andl ten doubles
were shot. The following are the1
entries and the score:
Jackson Abrams ..... 10 7
W. E. Elmore ... ..13 1
T. M. Werts .......12 6
.J. B. Cromer. .. ...11 8
Tench Boozer .. .....13 6
C. D.Weeks .. ......11 5
B. B. Lietzsey ....11 " 2
'C. H. Cooper .. .....12 6
R. C. Perry...... ..13 7
F. A.Golden .. .......8 3 ~
The first prize $3.00 wvas awarded
to R. C. Perry. Cromer and Boozer ~
having tied shot off the second $2.00
which was wvon by Boozer. -
The court of common pleas finish- (
ed the jury cases on Wednesday e
morning and Judge Aldrich wvent to n
his home in Aiken. He will keep the y
court open, however, until the meet- r
ing of the Saluda court for -the pur- 1i
pose of taking orders an~d signinig h'
The only case of consequence tried
was that of Willie Rutherford vs. 3
Southern railwayv for damages. He e
sued for $1000.00 and obtained a ver- fi
diet against the ralroad for $300.00
The cause ouit of which this suit"
grew was, carrying him beyond the
station to ~uhieh he had bought a ki
ticket., He Was going to Blrs from' el
Colutnbia, having. purchased his ei
ticket to that point. Blairs is a flag
station aiud- the condnetor gotite.d to la
stop his trAIn dtn4 put him off, but b
parried, r. Ruthel,od dto tUlon.
o evin 'odaj n' Ward 5- 4
Electio for 04mmssione Pub.
i' Works Today.
The city primary, wlich was held
k Tuesday, passed off very quietly
id a very light vote was polled. r
In'WArd 5 there will be a second I
,imary 'between Mr. C. R. Wesson C
id 1dr. E. L. Rodlesperger. V
There will also be an election e
day, to nominate a commissioner c
P !ublie works to succeed Mr. C. E. t
ummer, whose term expires. He is
pposod of re-election by Mr. F. J.
ussel. There will be only one pre
net at Council Chambers. The fol- E
nwing is the vote for mayor by i
bard 1.-A. T. Brown .. .. .. ..91 1
ard 2.-A. T. Brown...... ....95
fard 3.-A. T. Brown ..........56
Vard 4.-A. T. Brown .. .......47
Vard 5-A. T. Brown ...... ... 133
In Ward 2 Mr. J. R. Green defets
Ir. Nat Gist.
InI ward 4 Mr. L. W. Floyd and Mr.
J. Langford wore nominated with
For school trustee Mr. F. N. Mar
ii defeats Mr. W. 1. Pelham, in
Vard 2 and in Ward 4 Mr. J. H.
Vicker defeats Mr. J. R. Davidson.
In Wards 1, 2, and 5, Messrs, L. M.
peers, 0. Klettner and J. Marion
)avis were nominted for trustee
rom their respective wards without
The following is the vote for ald
rman and trustee by wards:
Vard 1.-P. F. Baxter .........54
J. H. Hair.... ..... ..42
Vard 2.-J. R. Green .. .. ...52
Nat Gist .. ...........41
Vard 3.-L. W. Floyd .. .. ....55
Vard 4.-J. J. Langford .. .. ..45
Vard 5.-J. P. Cook .. .. .. ....16
C. R. Wesson.. .. ....59
E, L. Rodlesperger .. ..73
Vard 1.-L. M. Speers .. .. ....92
Vard 2.-F. N. Martin .. .. ....57
W. E. Pelham .. .. ..37
Ward 3.-0. Klettner .. .. ....54
Vard 4.-J. H. Wicker .. .. ....35
J. R. Davidson .. ....15
Ward 5.--J. Marion Davis .. ..123
GLEN-LOWRY LOSES CASE.
;upreme Court Sustains Lower Court
in Verdict in Favor Mrs. Mc
It will be. remembered that in Oc
ober, 1904, Mr. M. W. .cCarley,
vho was employed by the Glenn-Low
-y Manufacturing Con Paiy at Whit
nire received injuries while so em
)loyed by the falling of a heavy
vight upon him which was sulspend-f
d by at rope and Iroi which injuries
The facts of the sad accidec;m were
mbilished at the time.
IIis widowv, Mrs. L ouisa A. Me
'arley, b)rought. suit against thle
lennu-Lowryi Man uf acturin Com '1a
auy for damages alleging that thie
njurics resulting in the dleath of Mr.
deCarley were caused by the weight
)eing unprotected and allowing the
ope to become worn so that it was
nsufficient for carrying the weight.
The case was heard at the fall
erm, 1905, of the court for Newberry
ounty before Judge R. WV. Memming
r. The jury awarded a ve'rdiet in
~avor of Mrs. MeCarley in the
mount of $16,000.00. The case was
ppealed to the Supreme Court, where
t was argued at the April term this
rear. A few days ago the decision
f this court was handed dlown affirm
ng the decision and verdlict the lower
ourt, thus giving Mrs. McCarley the
;16,000.00 with interest .from date
f the judgment in 1905.
Mrs. McCarley was represented by
lunt, Hunt and Hunter, Schumnpert
nd Holloway, of tihe Newberry bar,
nd Sheppard Bros., GIrier aujd Park,
f tihe Greenwood bar. The comnpany'
as rep)rCefted b)y Johinstone and
3romer and Mower and Binumi, of
he Newberry bar, and Mordecia and
ladden of the Charleston bar.
The attorneys for the Glenn-Lowry
iompany filed quite a nuinber of ex
ptions to the rulings of Judge Mem
inger, and argued before him very
igorously for a new trial, which wvas1
efused and which position by Judge
femiinger is no* confirmed by the
Ighest court in the state.
Next Monday is saleeday. All those
rho owe The Herald and News would
onfer a 'favor by calling at the of
District Conventgon Odd Fellows.
The district convention of Odd Fel- I
>w for the 3rd .district, wvhich in- 1I
udes Newberr'y lodge, met at Laur- r
s with the Calhoun lodge last night, r
Tfhe delegates frorm ?Palask i lodge
e'J Mi. D~avis~ J .P. Cook, Thto.
aeloi, T.4 o iker and W. H.
iuiet Eome dding of Mr. Sims
Arown and, Miss Sara Ruff on
A lage circle of friends all over
he stdte will be inteiested in the
iarciage of Mr. Sims W . Brown and r;
liss Sarah -Ruff, which took place c
nh Wednesday afternoon at 5 o 'clock si
t the home of the bride's parents, Mr
,nd Mrs..J. S. Ruff, seven miles east it
f Newberry in the Mt. Bethel see- w
ion of the county. a
The residence under the capable
irection of Mrs. W. C'. Browi and b
disses Epting and Paysinger, was w
imply, but beautifully decorated in b
vy, ferns and chrysanthemums. g
The guests on arrival were re- w
eived most cordially and with a gen
tine home like welcome. Jt was a p
uiet home wedding. o
In the dining room there was dis- a
)layed a beautiful array of gifts, a
ilver, cut glass, rugs, china, mirrors, c
)itures and a check for a goodly n
um, which give only an imperfect
dea of the many and handsome pres- y
ints received by the young couple. o
Promptly at 5 o'clock the bride t
md gromi, preceded by the attend- e
iuts, Misses Belle Epting and Ethel I
aysinger, Messrs. George Ruff and m
Nill Brown, the one a brother of the b
>ride, and the other of the groom, en
ered and took their places under an
treh of evergreen. Here they were I
net by the Rev. Ira S. Caldwell, who
n the impressive ceremony of the A. d
1. P. church, made them man and t
The house was crowded to over
owing with their many friends, and
hey were showered with congratula
The bride is in the prime of young
voianhood and never looked lovelier I
han she did in her beiautiful white
dilk, elaborately trimmed with heavy
lace and accordion plaitings She
!arried a* bouquet. of exquisite white
The bride is the youngest daugh
ter of Mr. J. S. Ruff, one of the sub
itantial farmers of the Caldwell see- i
tion of Newberry county, and is a
rand niece of the late Major Chris <
uber, so well known and loved by all 1
The groom is a young man of fine
3haracter and excellent businegs ha- I
bits and is a grandson of Col. J. C.
S. Brown, of the same section. 1
After the ceremony the bridal
party were escorted to the home of
the groom's mother, Mrs. Sa.llie
Brown, where an old fashion wedding
supper, fit for a king in its richness
and abundance, was served them.
On Thursday they were given an
,ld Dutch dinner at the home of the
Mr. and M1[rs. Borwn will be at
1oie to their many friends at the
residce of Mrs. Jame11S F. Eptilng inl
Newherry on and( after todaCy.
Big Ten Day Sale.
D)aniel and Williamson offer a
.reat reduction sale for the next ten
lays on all their excellent and exten
<ive stock. The sale comes just wvhen
the time arrives for making pres
nts. Read their prices and -examine
The Barkoo't Carnival Company
vhich is in Newberry this week at
tracts large drowds every evening.
'he shows( seem to be good and the
eople with the carnival clever. The
[taian band is excellent. Altogether
;he leI are p)leasedl.
. Honor Rool Cromer School.
Grade 7th.-Willie May Shannon.
Grade 5th.-Tola Cromer, Sarah
Grade 4th;.-Johin Wallace Cromer.
Grmade 3rd.-Cornel ia Shannon.
Grade 2nd.-Ouy Shannon.
Grade 1 st.-John Shannon.4
Matt$e 0. Young,
Preaching at Kings Creekc church
it 1 o'clock a. mn., by Rev. D. G.
hilips. Communion service Sab-4
Preaching at Cannons Creek churchb
friday an~d ,Saturday nights at 6.30.
Sommnion Babbath~ at 3 p. m.
~reachiig mit Prosperity A. R. P.
mhurh eit 7.30'1p. in.
Ntice is hereby given that the
oks of registration for the Town of
dwbrry, S. C., pire now open, and
le undersigned as 'Supervisor of
tagistratIon for said town will keep
id books opon every day froin 9 a.
i, to 5 p. ., (Stendays excepted), in- (
hding the 1st day of December, 1006. A
E4ug. . Werts,
Supsrvisor of Regist ation.
-Corrected f Nat Gisi .
Strict Midling ...... .. ......10 78
Good Middling ............. 10,3-4
W. M. AUGUSTINE, BEEF MARK
Best steak .. .... 12 1-2 ets.
Other cuts froin 6, 8,and 10c. per lb.
Pork 12 1-2 cents per 1b.
Steak Pork 15 cents per lb.
Oysters, oest 40 ceti'per quart.
GOOD BUTTER AND MILK COW
for sale. Apply to T. W. Gallinan.
FINE HOGS-G. A. Langford has re
turned from Tennessee with as fine
lot of hogs as ever came to New
berry. Pool'S stables.
Pool & Langford.
FOR RENT FOR 1907-Good four
horse farm with large dwelling
house and other necessary buildings,
near Beth Eden church.
R. H. Burton, Whitmire, S. C.
BEFORE YOU SELL YOUR EGGS,
frying size chickens or game of any
description call on us at the City
Cafe. We want them and will pay
just a little more than others for
Earhardt & Wells.
TEACHER WANTED-To teach St.
John's public school. State salary
expected. In answering this ad.
Jno. F. Chapman, Peak,,S. C.
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. G. Barrier & Co.
9 I HEREBY FORBID any one to hire
or harbor George Sanders, colored,
about 22 years old, as he is under
contract with me for 1906 and 1907.
J. S. Dominick.
FOR RENT-Eight horse farm two
miles from town. Will rent whole
or part. M. B. Caldwell.
e SHINGLES- have plenty of shing
f les. Call and get prices.
0. W. LeRoy.
JAMES K. GILDER,
Office in front room over post office,
NEWBERRY, S. 0.
-SEND YOUR LAUNDRY TO THE
HERALD AND NEWS THURSDAY
AND GET IT BACK SATURDAY
Farmers, we are paying highest
Sprice for cotton seed.
Purcell & Scott.
- OYSTERS ON HALF SHELL AND
e OYSTERS IN ANY STYLE ON
t SHORT NOTICE AT JONES' RES
'. THE BEST THE MARKET AF
1 FORDS IS NOT TOO GOOD FOR
'9 YOU. YOU FIND IT SERVED IN
GOOD FORM AT JONES' RESTAU
' RANT. .
Farmers, we are paying highest
price for cotton seed.
Purcell & Scott. "
FAR SALE.--Forty or forty-five well
:, bred Poland China Pigs to sell. Ap
l'y to James A. Burton.
p WANT to sell 20,000 lbs. fine cab
bage. Price right
at Bill and Bobs.
All members of the Farmers' Union
will please let me know how many dry
sound cotton seed they have for sale
and what they will take for them.
S. P. Crotwell.
*For Commissioner Public' Works.
r Mr. F. J. Riussell is hereby nomninat
b nd as a candidate for commissioner of
public works' and will abide the rules
of the Democratic party.
I hereby ,announce myself asa as
didate for re-election as Co'mmission,
er of Public Works for the City of
-Newvberry, and will abide by the'e
mocratie primary nomination;
* Charles E.' Suknn er
Farmers,'we are payIng hIb
price tor cotton seed.
beerved in Newberry-Busness Sus
pended-Services at Opera Holse
-Strong Sermon by Mr.
As has been the custom in Newber
r for a number of years all of the
iurches united in a Thanksgiving
irvice at the opera house yesterday,
The attendance was not as large ae
should have been and probabl3
ould have been had it not been sucb
a ideal fall day.
All of the stores and places ol
usiness were closed and the city
ore a Sunday appearance. Every.
ody who loves the sport of hunting
athered up his hunting material and
ent to the field in search of birds.
The Thanksgiving sermon wa,
reached by the Rev. W. L. Seabrook
f the Lutheran church, and it wal
a exceptionably strong and eloqueni
nid appropriate discourse for tlhe oc
asion, and the pity is that it wat
ot heard by more people.
The custom here has been for man3
ears to take up a collection on thes
ecasions and to give the result t(
[ie orphanages of the differeni
hIurch denominations represented ii
lie town. The collection yesterda
mounted to $75.70, and was distri
uted rs follows:
Connie Maxwell, $5.45: Epworth
10.55; Lutheran orphanage, $12.70
,piscopal, $1.40; A. R. P., $30.15.
After the service the usual turke,
inner was greatly enjoyed aroun(
lie family boards of the citizens o:
.PATRONAGE OF LADIES If
.SPECIALLY SOLICITED Al
rALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOI
The heirs at law of B. L. Dominicli
eceased, will sell at public out er;
efore the court house at Ncwherr;
iu salesday in December (third day)
.906, the following described rea
state, of which the said B. L. Don
nick died seized and possessed.
173 1-10 acres in No. 1 t wonshil
ne and one-half miles west of Neu
>erry bounded by lands of H. M
hittaker,P. N. Livngston, C. L.Ha
rd and George Hipp. Eighty to on
mundred acres in fine timber.
Also one lot and one two-stor
>rick store room thirty by one hui,
[red feet in the town of ProsperitQ
Ulley between this lot and building o
-lawkins Brothers belongs to this lo
.torc room occupied by S. S. Bir
'ompany and lot containing 11-100 C
Two acres, more or less, and dwel
ng of eight rooms, barn and stabl
n Prosperity on Calks Ferry ron
mid bounded by lots of Mrs. Ros
Jannon, Mrs. Lizzie Taylor and ot.1
ri lands of B. L. Dominick, dveense
House and hot in Prosperity cor
aining 6-100 acres adjoining the o:
Lot containing 58-1.00 of an acre ad
joining hands of J. L. Wise, L. (
tierchant and on Luther Street.
Terms: The lots in the towvn o
[Prosperity described above wvill b
old for cash. The tract of land i
io. 1 Township will be sold for onc
ialf cash, balance on credit of twelv
nonths at eight per cent interes
~rom day of sale secured by bond o
murchaser and mortgage of premisel
vith privilege to purchaser to pay al
ash. Purchaser to pay for papers
Lnd recording same.
*Plats of all these lands may be see:
Lt the office of the clerk of court a
Mrs. Rosa E. Dominick,
J. A. Dominick,
Mrs. G. C. Fellers,
Mrs. W. 0. Mitehell,
Heirs at Law of B. L. Dominiei
3. B. JONES
IS THE PLACE TO GET
lood Things to Eai
IN SHORT NOTICE AND
AT MODERATE. PRIOEli
)ysters on Half Shel. Oysters an:
tyle.. Fish, Game, Steak, in fao
Iverything that the market afforda
Patronage of Ladies Solicited. -
Ipposite Newberry Hotel Offiee anu
Next Door to Pool Room.
LOOK FOR THE SIGN
B. B. JONES
R ESTA UR ANT