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The Movements of Many People,
Newberrians and Those Who
The teaciiers associaition vill iee,
onI Saturday morning at 11 o'cloel
andl will expect Col. Aull to addres,
them oi the subject of rural libraries
Miss Kiggins, who has been visitiny
Mrs. V. L. Seabrook, has returned to
her liome in New York.
Mr. L. J. Oliver, of Charleston, who
represents tihe Bell Telephone Com
pany and is superintendent of the 7th
district, was in the city on Saturday.
Mrs. Willie liuff is visiting at P)o
Miss Pearl Gideon has gone to An
derson, where she has accepted a posi
tion with Mr. M. M. MAattisol. Mis
Jessie Duncan will fill the position vi
cated by Miss Gideon with Hunt
Hunt and lHunter.
Mr. Edward B. louseal left yester
day for Columbia, where lie accepted
a position with The State.
Tle Glenn-Lowery Compaiy yester
(lay mornin'g paid l) the judgment il
the AlleCarley. case, tihe chieck being
for $17.403.80, which includes interest
Alrs. W. S. 1)obbiis, of1 the Jalap
section, went to Columbia tine day
last week and was operated on fO
apiedivitis. Mirs. Dobbins was ae.
compainied by Mi'. Dobbins, who re
turned yester:day and says that she is
doing well under the operation. She i:
at Knowlton's infermary.
I'he l1ev. .1. T. Miller, wvho war
operated oit for appendicitis about tel
days wn.4. Is, doing welil and is vxpect
ed tot ret,irn to Newherry tle lattei
part of thi. week ito take uip his vork
at tli O'Neall Streuet 'llethodis(
.hn Anlirew Satlterwhite, the sot
ot, l. 11. N1. Sattetwlite, who --ot atr
slecolr1 ill llis wil)itlle anld was oller.11
e, on in idimbnia. lias returniedi home
and i diie well. .\ p:1l of t O acoi'i1
wa-. inlialt-d inl his l u s anid his (tn.
dItio wa1 s c\I on .4 sidered1 critical. The
physivian, nard it as a renarkabe
case that he should live recoveret
It is stated that he colugled u) parti
of teit' acorn11.
W-epresentative Slader, (of Texam
has introdliced a bill il congress t<
purge the army and navy of negroes
This bill, it seems to us, should pask
and we say it without any utinkind
ness towais tile negroes and for thi
ititerest of tle best service in th
armv and tihe navy.
h'lle hot supper served last Frida
night by the ladies of the First Bial
tist church was a success in ever
partieilar 1, 1ad tlie proeceds, whie
are for the benefit of the new% chuircl
Solicitor 11. A. Cooper passe
through Newberry last Sunday e
route Ito Salida, where court be.al
tevr 1). (1. Philips, past1or of Illh
A. lR. P. chu rch, will hegina regtula
seri'cei'( at thle chui rch next Sabbia I
wiithI preach('iiing at 11 a. im. andl 7.34
p. mi., and ptrayei' meeting evei'y Wed
nesday evening at '7.30.
M~essrs. George S. Mower, I. HI
Hunlit and Fre'd HI. D)omiiniek havy
onet to Chaiirlestoti to attendd t hi
gi'and l'd'.-e of Alastons, which meceti
ini t hat c'ityv this week.
day afternoon at 41.3(0 o'cloc'k at (cin
tral Methodist c'lhui'chl.
1 )r. ..,1. H3owers went to Orange
hur tg on Satur'day whei'e on Sunda'
he intatlledt l1ev. D)ietz as pastor o:
Itle L.uthieran church.
Ihe Glenn-Lowry Manufactuirina
Comnpany at Whitmuire, was a pas
$Cenger oni No. 33, which was wr'eke<
at Lawyer's, Virginia, in wh'lich Pr'esi
denlt Spencer was killed. Mi'. Cohemat
wals not inijuredt.*
Mr . John W. S'ot t, one' of tIhe sue
cessful farmers of No. 4 Townshii
has movh~ed t.o Whitmiire.
Dolis, Dolls, Dolls, the prettiest eve
seen at 8. B. Jones.
In Honor of the Gold Triple-Plat
, of Newborry.'.
Our Cotillion Club will give a v'er
bi'illiant Chr'istmias german on th
eveiniig of Wecdnesday thle 26thl-Ith
evening after' Chi'istmas D)ay, and thi
eveninig bef'or'e thle mlarriiage, ini oul
townl, otf ai nlole and very poplai
younig geit tleimain tf a nieighblor'iin
city. As the pre&tt lvsays, who sin~g
' 'Comin Tlhroughi thle Rye'', ' 'bu
whlat's his nme 01' where 's hi.s homn
I ditina cnre to tel' This occasio1
will bring to our' towt a hlalf dozei
or muor'e of the jeuesse doi'ce of New
beiriy. And in thlis case the doree wil
be tr'iple-ver'y tr'iple. And 0our Cotil
lion Club wiill honor itself in honoring
these Gallahads and Launcelots an(
Florizels and Lochinvars from aeross
the border. Maizy maidens, prepar,
youselves to enter thle arena of activi
ties inl such*paraphernalia as wouk
drive Terpsichor'e and Euterpe mad.
Mr. P. N.' Boozer's Barn and Mules
isurned-'Iho Torch Set by Lewis
1lie buringi of the barn of Mr.
Piess N. 1oCzer in No. 7 Townshii:
on SAturtday mor'ning, 'was a most out
rageous and fiendishlieL There seemub
to he little doubt that it was ineen
diary. In fact Louis 3urton, a negro
who lives'on \lr. Coinelly's place ITI
the neighborhood and who has beem
firing the engine for Mr. Iloozer, has
confessed to the crime. H1e implicates
',rnest Burton and Cap or Levi Ebo,
two negroes who also live in the same
conmmunity. So tar as we have beet
able to learn, there was absolutely n<
motive ot cau1se for this fire except
tie desire on tle part of the negrr
and his allies, it' thev were his allies
to (1o some devillenllt.
Mr. Ioozer had a modern and up.
to-date barn and besides the loss of
his barn, ten mules, five two year ol
colts, onie saddle horse an( one horse
belonging to M'r. P'rive were cremate'
in the burning. building.
Mr. Boozer also lost from nine t<
ten bales of cotton in the seed ani
from nine hundred to one thousaild
bushels of cotton seed besides a larg<
quanity of fodder and hay. The tota
loss is in tle neighborhood of si.
diotsai(l dollars witi no insurance.
The three negroes named above are
now in jail. Sheriff Buford, as soor
as lie was phoned of the fire on Satur
day, left for Mr. Boozer's, Louis Bur
ton having made confession before th<
sheriff arrived. Naturally the coi
tmuity was very much aroused ani
the Ivelptation or deal summarily
Witi tie ineiiliaries was very great
but wise counsel prevailed and (lie neg.
ro s were hiu11 it to jail 1imm111olested.
Louis Burton was broglit on tp
town on SaturkIly and later ri.l'nest
1thrton an4id l.bho were put in jail. It
is salid that Loulis in Iis confessior
m1iade st,veral conflicting- statements.
Get the Habit
of ma1lkllng yo im y lbuy double at
the .ight Price Store.
Constable Elson Gets Eighteen Quart
-Albert Brown Gets 30 Days or
One Hundred Dolars.
Constable T. J. Eison arrested o1
Friday llitdht Albert Brown som
three or1 four miles below Prosperit;
- with eighteen <tiarts of whiskey. Hi
V was trie-d oin Satildiay before Magis
I(111 trae Blellse d111 fined $100.00 or thii
, ty days f'mr transportilig wIhiskey.
Constable 'isoni ias been in New
1 berry for two weeks and hlas had foul
c CoUNvictionis foi' selling or. transpolrtinf
A whiskey. tIhe finles aml1ouni1ting to $270
TI'ere has also been a nonber of case
bef'ore thle ma11yor f'or violation of thl
Get the Habit
oft comlting direct to the igh1t Pie
IPriice Storec for il lincry.
Hair andt Hlavird.
LOT SALE AT CHAPPELLS.
Store Lots to be Soeld on 17th-Citt
zens Bank to be Organized- Cap
Carr'yinlg (lut thle idea of movin
the town of' Chiappells to the p)latteal
beyond the pre'senlt town, those wh,
own (lie real estate have had th
streets and avenues for the nlew tow1
lid (lit and? will hav'e an auction sai
o (f the lots on the 17thl. This will be
I ood opportunIity for- those w~ho de
s-csr to (d0 business at thlis p)oint t
buy thieir owvn lots and build their owl
stoi'es at a reasonable cost.
Notice is giv'en in the papier toda;
thlat applit-ation has been made for
chiarter' for a bank at ChIappells, to b
known as the Citizens Bank, with
capital stock of $15,000.00 divide
into three hundred shares of $50.0
each. The books will be opened a
Chappells to thte capital stock of thi
Get the Habit
e of asking your friend to conme to th
r Righit Pice Store's Clear-ance Sale.
Come to the Methodist~ Bazaar o'
Thuriisdaiy and Fidat1y, day and nighi
where y'ou will find all kinds of fane;
ar'ticles for Christmas. Oysters, sal
ads, hot coffee, etc., ill be servel
all through thie day and up to 1:
o'clock at night. Rlemembler, Thutrsda:
and Fr'iday, D)ecemnber 13th and 14th
Velocipetles, Wagons, Doll Oar
riages and hundreds of other things al
S. B. Jones'.
Qet the Ha bit
of paying less for dry goods by buy
TIE 11R&ALD AW
FIRE AT OHAPPELLS.
Two Stores Destroyed-Fire Preced
ed by Explosion-Cause Unknown
-The Losses. .
Saturday evening about dark, very
soon after Webb-*Brothers 'had left
their store at Chappells,-ther was an
explosion in. the rear eidy -aid the
windows and part of the wall wer-e
knocked out. This was followed by
a fire, whicil destroyed the sar6 oc
eupied by Webb. Brothero '' Wch is
ownqd by- W. R. Sinith aitado the
adjoining rtore of."Dr. - W'. .4101
loway. What caused the explosion
which resulted in the fire,seetawto be
a mystery, as.4there were nq'explpsives
in the store tiat Messrs. Webbknew
of except a small keg of powder
which .was in the other Cd.
Webb Brothers' loss is estimated
at $5000.00, the insurance being
$2000.00; J. L. Holloway's loss is
$2000.00, insurance, $1500.00; W. 0.
Holloway's loss is $1000.00 with no
insurance. Mr. W. R. Smitli's-loss is
$1500.00 with about $600.00 insur
The sale at High Point Park began
Saturday at 2.30 with two hujidIred
present. The result of the sale was
twenty two lots sold. The pr'ee w'as
extremely low as the property is iost
desirable for homes.
The sale under the Metrooolitan
Land Co., was most satisfactory to
those present. A large numlier of
valuable presents were distributed inl
a manner satisfactory to all. The sale
will continue Tuesday and Wednes
day at 2.30 p. mn. Wednesday the
old home will he sold- to the highest
bidder. See ad in thtis paper, and
attend the sale.
Get the Habit
and join the happy band of buyers at
tile Right Price Store.
To Organize a. Farmers' Union.
The farmers of Union school dis
trict No. 32 are requeste(l to meet at
tile school house on Friday next at
2.30 p m.
J. 13. O'Neall Hblloway will b
present for the purpose of organiz
ing a Farmers' Union.
All the farmers are earnestly re
quested to be present.
Get the Habit
of coming to the big clearance sale of
Hair and Havird.
The Colored Teachers.
The colored teachers of Negvberry
county are requested to me6t at the
Hoge sclool building, Saturday, De
cember 15, at noon, for the purpose
of reorgallizillg and to transact any
business that pertains to the good of
the association. A full at t endance
Toys, Toys, Toys in endless variety
at S. B. Jones.
-Mr. L. L. Motto Married.
Mrl. Leoni L.. Mtotte was miarried last
nlighlt to Miss Josephline Lawra1son at
the home of her monther, Mrs. Mal
timer~ Lawrason, No. , 445 North
Chlurch street. The ceremony wvas
p)erfor'med at 8 o'clock in the pres.
enee of the immediate family of the
bride and a fewv friends, by D)r. J. S.
Watkins, of the First Presbyterian
The marriage of Mr. Motte and
3 Miss LawVrasoni came as a complete
I surprise to thleir. many fridnds in
- Spartanburg. So far as the general
Spublic wvas concerned the marriage
1was a surprise anld thle cause of much
interest last nighlt. Mr. Motte has for
~several years b)en the court,steno
' grapher of the Fourthl Ju1dicia) Dis.
a trict anId has many friends in Spar.
Stanburg. Miss Lawvrason is a nlative
Sof Canada, coming to thlis city with
a her family several years ago. Sine
t that time she has made many friends
s inl this city. The marriage last night
.l was very quiet affair, ther~e being
presenlt iln additionl to tIhe immediate
families, Solicitor T. S. Sease, Mrs.
Lilly Poiner and Miss Lilly Poiner.
B Spartanburg Herald, 25th Neomber.
Mr. Motte was at one time steno*
graphler of this circuit and has many
friends in Newberry.
I have a good gentle horse that any
one can drive. (HIe is not afraid of
automobiles or railway trains.) I al
so hlave a Rock Hill Buggy that has
been used for a little over a year
thlat I will sell at a reasonable price.
The horse is about five years old and
thle horse anld buggy is just tile thing:
for lighlt driving in the city or country
A. C. Jones.
Newberry, S. C. December 6. 108.
Canday, Candy, Candy, the most
NOTICE OF OPENING BOOKS 01
SUBSORIPTION TO THE CAP
ITAL STOOK OF CIT
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBE0RRY.
Pursuant to a Commission issued t
tlie undersigned as; corporators b;
Ion. J. T. Gantt, Secretary of Statc
on the 8th day of December, 1906:
NOTICE IS HEREBY (VEu
that Books of Subscription to the cap
ital stoqk of CITIZENS BANK wil
b opeiie( at the store of the Ric<
CmtanY,6at Chappells, in said Coun1
tr and'Stlite, on Wednesday, Deceir
her 12th, 1906, at 10 o'clock A. M.
The said proposed corporation wil
have a capital stock of 15000.00 di
vided into -three hundred shares o
-the par value of $50.00 each, with it
principal place of business at Chal.
polls, in the County of Newberr
S. C., and will be empowered to ci
gage in a general banking business.
S. M. Pitts,
G. T. Reid,
Gco. A. Boozer,
Board of Corporators.
December 10th, 1906.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
'COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
James F. J. Cadwell, as Executc
of the last will and testament of Mai
tha - Caroline Caldwell, deccase4
Francis W. Higgins, Martha Car(
line Hardy, Elizabeth King, Harri(
(or Hattie) Trail, Hayne W. McCai
ley, Annie M. MeCarley, John A)
Clary, Mrs. Sarah A. M. Russell. Wi
liam C. Gilliam, Sarah C. - Cliftol
Mary E. White, Francis Z. Wilsol
John 0. Caldwell. and all heirs v
law and (listributees of the said Mai
tha Caroline Cald*ell, decease(
whose names and places of resident
To the defendants above named:
You are hereby umSonW1olled and r
quired to answer, on or before t1i
thirteenth day of February, 1907, t1i
petition in this proceeding, which :
filed in the Probate Court for the sai
County and a copy of which is her<
.with served upon you; and you ai
notified that on that day, beginniv
at ten o'clock in the forenoon, a trii
will be had in the said Cou
of Probate for the said Coi
ty and State of all matters d,
scribed and all issues involved in ti
said petition to establish in due for
ot law certain instruments of writir
as the last will and testament of Ma
tha Caroline Caldwell, deceased.
Hunt, Hunt and Hunte
J. C. Wilson,
J. P. N. C.
To the defendants:
Mrs. Sarah A. M. Russell, Williai
C. (Gilliamn, Sarah C. Clifton, Mai
E. W -it, John 0. Caldwell and a
heirs at law, andl distributees of tI
saidl Martha Caroline Caldwell, d
ceased, whose names and p)laces<
residlences are unknown. You wi
please take notice that the summox
of which the foregoing is a copy, an
the petition in the above title act ic
was filed in the Probate Court<
Newberry County on the tenth day<
December, 1906, and is now on fi:
Hunt, Hunt and Hunter.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Henry H. Hendrix, R. Alma Heci
drix, E. C. Bearden, Plaintiffs,
'Bertha Lee Hiendrix, James I
Hendrir, Lida. E. Hendrix and Lill
Bell Hendrix, Defendants.
Complaint for Partition.
By order of the court herein, I wi
sell before the court house at Nev
berry South Carolina, on salesdayi
January, 1907, the 7th day of Janm
ary, to the highest bidder all th*
tract or p)lantation of land containini
two hundred and thirty-five acre
more or less bounded by lands (
Henry D. Boozer, Clayton Booze
John Clary, John R. Spearman, estal
of H-enry Hlendrix, .Jamnes Pitss an
others, .the said tract of land b)ejn
dlividedl into three tracts containing
tract No. 1 eighty-five acres, more c
less, and tract No. 2, seventy-eigl
acres, more or less, and tract No.
containing seventy-two acres, more
less. Each tract will 1)e sold separati
ly~ and a p)lat of each will 1be exhib)ite
on (lay of sale.
Terms of sale-One-third of thu
purchase money to be0 paid in eas
and the balance payable in two equi
annual installments, with interes
from (lay of sale at the rate of eigh
per~ cent p)er annum, with leave to th
purchaser~ to anticipate payment o
credit portion, the purchaser to pay
for papers and recording of same.
H. HI. Rikard, Master.
December 11. 106.
t.orreted lBy Nat Gist.
corivted B 'N. 10 1-8
Nliddling - - - - - - ' ' - ' - '.
Striet Nliddling --10 -14
The Local Market.
1 l .. .. ..... . -- .
..Ha .. ....... .. ----
Best N Fhiurl . . ..e (4) to 70
Il2de P et Flu0 . .....ol.4
. 1tiood 0.inar Flou. . . .3.5 to 40
Cur ........... .... 1-.0
s l..e .... .----.-- .. So
ItMixetl Chickeii F00dtI .. 90
('o'fe li nstd .. .. --.15
st Coee. lreen .. .4.10 to .17
- 2nd Paleid ml.. . 4.00 to 1.4
G (ood ordiniaryFlu....30to4O
f Sug-ar 5 1
S .. .. .. .. .... .... 1
Cotffee bas11tedl .... . I
,coffee. G reen.......10 to 2(
-Cot tonl Seedl leal * 1.3t
Poultry .. .. .. .. 10c. lb
Peas . . 1-11
JAMES K. GILDER,
Office in front room over post offict
NEWBERRY, S. 0.
E. H. KIBLER,
r Office Formerly Occupied
By Dr. D. L. Boozer,
Newberry, S. C.
Fruits, Fruits, Fruits, the most lui
ious on the market at S. B. Jones'
HELP WANTED-You can help n
and 1 benefit yourself by selectir
holi(ay- omds iow%- while my assor
ment is complete.
Mayes' Book Store.
LOST-On last Wednesday betwee
Newberry anId Wllitilire a hea
bugy laprobe, black on mne si
and white on the other. Liberal r
w ward if retuirnted to this tillie.
s FOR RENT FOR 1907-Four hor
d farm and eight room house at Ma;
binton. One-fourth mile from got
e school. Apply to Mrs. Annie
g Oxner, Blairs, S. C., R. F. D. No.
t FOR SALE-Two mileh cows and 1
- beef cattle. Fine Jersey stock.
Mrs. Annie P. Oxner,
e Blairs, S. C., R. F. D. No. 1.
g SHINGLES-I have plenty of shin
- les. Call and get prices.
0. W. LeRoy.
W. M. AUGUSTINE, BEEF MAR]
Best steak ...........12 1-2 el
Other cuts from 6, 8,and 10c. per I
Pork 12 1-2 cents per lb.
'Steak Pork 15 cents per lb.
Oysters, nest 40 cents per quart.
Fish, etc. Near Senn 's store.
WANTED-AnI oportunity to shec
II every p)erplexed holiday buyer n
line of holoiday goods.
<t Mayes' Book Store.
f CHINA FROM FRANCE, Englan
f Austria and Jap)an. Beautiful gi
Mayes' Book Store.
PERSONAL-.The lady who was loo:
mug in my show window the oth<
day, expects you to give her one
those sup)erb toilet sets for Chris
Mayes' Book Store.
FANCY MALAGA GRAPES as 10]
1. as they last at 20 cents per poum
y at the City Cafe.
WANTED-TO buy a side-saddle. A
p lly at Herald and News offiee.
nDeath of Mrs. Buzhardt.
S Mrs5. Lillian May uhrt
twife of Mr. ,J. M. K. Buzhardt at
dlaughrter~ of' Mr. W. J. Shlull, (lied
tile residlene of 1her fathler yesterd
mornmng at 6.10 o'clock. Sheh
beeni married only abu a yh n
Mrs. Bumzhtar(lt 'as born in Colu1
b lin and was 20 years of age. She
survived by her husb)and and ani
r fant O nly nine (lays 01(1; her pi
I enits, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Shull, a
thrree sisters, Misses Ethel, Pearl a
The funeral serv~ices will be et
d dueted at Ebenezer Lutheran chur
by the pastor, the R1ev. C. A. Free
Sat 3 o'clock this afternoon, Int
hi mient will be0 in Elmwvoodcetry
Ithe Stale, 10th,.
t Mr. Buzhardt is at son of Mr. ai
t MJrs. Anitine Bluzhar~dt, yvho live in
3 subu)rbs of the city.'
All are earnestly requested to I
spect our well selected stock befo
making their Christmas purchases.
S. B. Jonen.
CHRISTMAS GOODS or p
BLE QUALITY AT TH'
'NLIABLE DRUG STORE
'ELHAM AND SON.
Wet are' givinig dliscounIts arnd ofe
lg bargains to calslh buyers thaf
(1ann1ot be equaled in the State of
South Carolina. Our stock is enltirely
I al reshi and stylish, Iaviig beell
bought by our Dr. W. E. Pelha1m, 8r
recently in New York city, in person
Out Glass in all shapes and deal
China ware, Lamps, Leather P
and Bags, Dressing and Mami
Cases, Carving Sets, Beautiful Pi
tures, Colaar and Cuff Boxes, '
lers Fine Candy, Late and Ex usiv$
We ga1ura1ntee to show the >rettiest
line of holi(lay goods, and1 will sell
them for less than anybody
Wm. E.Pelhagr &Son
Newberry, S. 0.
THSE. FUNNY FECCO
7A/[ WfAk[ BACK A6A/N."
EARHARDT & WELLS,
Lessees and Managers.
Friday, Dec 14th,
JOE. W. SPEARS
g THE IRISH
With the original
MURPHY & MURPHY
w Prices: 25, 35, 50, and 75 cents
Seat Sale at
SONE WEEK OF FUN
p.. Every one is extended an invitation to
come to our city abd enjoy festiviti.
Dec. 1'7 and Ending Dec. 22.
The Mayor and council have engaged
at for this occasion the
7 SMITH GREATER SHOWS,
a one of the aargest and best carnival
.companies to furnish the amusement,
s. A good.time is guaranteed to all visi
is tors, so come and enjoy the week.
n- . MATT GAY,
ur- the world famous high diver, will dive
ad twice daily from a ladder 92 feet in
nd height into a tank containing only
four feet of water.
n- IThe Smith Greater Shows own and
chi operate their own electric light plant,
3d, and will give in our city, for the first
er- time, electrical shows.
FREE BAND CONCERTS DAILY.
The chief feature of the Carnival is
id Smith's Wild Animal Arena. Each
li and every animal is trained to do
Come and enjoy yourselves. Pleit
re to amuse all.
Remember the date
PROStPERITY, DE 17 +o 22.