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ThA Movementi of Many People
Newberrians ,and Those Who
It is reported that a eampaign will
be made in 190S to re-est ab li sh tle
dilpenary anld that Cole llease will
be the caIl.lidate for Governor.- -Ull
Nliss 1eniifee Blease. of vinstonl
Salem. N. C.. a daughter of MIr. E. .
Blease. is visitin?g the family of Mr.
-J. W. Clappell and other relatives
-\iss Li- Fa-t rtur1iled on Wevd
ne'tday~ tr'omii('e C it!umbia.
Niiss Emma Bell. a gnraluate nilrse.
-AS localed in P'rosperity for Ilhe
prat-lice of heir pro tessiton. She is a
si-*eeof is. 1. S. (ablwell.
t.- Fare'it l'nion of Pomaria.
wil meeflt' nt Sa:an.'lav at '2.30
1 t. .lam'e, .\. lt. St herer w'~ill
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11ecv esii~lteel he .ti si-tuba,el ihew
hae prnk. :net- i t athoit'i ta
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tl'l th lo fe I:- t.. ri I
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dc ne i n:a y :rct :n, ,.'~a :t ,. C. '- m
W il fil : -it fjN.'e-rv t ih
i". O w:mc c',- : eey To. at
have ~ ~ ~ ll the1hrif;h1t'1rh,m!,
('il. l.. 11. .\ulh. cof the Newherry,'
HIer'ahl andi Nc'ws. u,aile a f'ew hoiur'
is1~1 Preclenut eef thce State Pre'- A
sociuat in, whiichI position lhe has~' per'!
bais bll iuongeir than any ther' rtan.
Thlrug his skillful mnage~menit
:newspaper men' i~.i have hiad morie free
'rtides andI moreit lea'isant entertaini
menlCit.s t han (during anyi peri'od of' the
'existecei't of the Press Association.
Col. Aull is always genial aicnd whole
soulhed and we wei'e soi'ry lhat lie
had1( such'l a short timue to spend in
Abbeville.-Abevillhe Press and Ban
-Ch'ief Justice Y. J. Pope, himnelf
aI c'onlfederate v'etetrai, has accted)t
.nn 'invitaition to deliver' ani addret?ss
in York comaty on nmemorial day.v r.
Jas. P. Kinard, of Wiinthropt c'ollege,
anid a former Newherrian will sp'eak
at the Samel t imel andi ptlace.
'A lar'ge and delighted andieree wit
nessed the pr'eseintatiocn of the Clans
"man in the opera honse on Mondhay
TJihe Fun Makers Club will meet
wvith Miss Maud Fant this evening.
Thle swellest, most stylish and1( up
to-date line of miliery that has ever
'been seen before in Newbery will be
on displhay on opening day, Tuesday,
at the Mower Company.
STREET CARS FOR NEWBERRY. I
Mr. H. L. Parr Asks for Franchise-- (
Council to Consider Propbsition
Mr. 1lirv L. Parr and his asso
iates made applicat1ion ito city coul- t
'll 41n Wedniesday nighit for thleu-1rant- 1I
il._: oif a iranchlise to build an elee- r
Tri railway in the city of Newberry. lk
The council, after discussing the o
1he matler at sonIe length. deferred
riual action to an aijoiurned meeting, s
vhich is to he held tonight.
The application does not state who g
aSociated w-ith Mr. Parr in this 1
u1t1erprise. bul hie is a good citizen e
if lnil in the community and an 1
ntearpriing and prog'ressiveI man. and tl
I is presmiled that he knows what '7
.\ line --imply for the city of New
>FF 'rr .oi1 scarcely be profitable. 4
mi if it wviulhl be extended to Wlit
i I Saluda, it would le a pirofi- .
aih- underit:akin. and will fill a need. it
hit-h tle people in these cont I i- I
it' hiave lni wantedu.t
OVER FORTY YEARS PASTOR. a
Tsua. Service at St. Paul's On Good:,
Friday and Easter Sunday- a
Rev. J. A. Sligh Improving.
The11'e wilh tihe ula -ervice he
IrWV m m io t t Paull'-Z elhurelh c
Ni. 1F Townhip on Good Friday C
Irv' n3:n 2.:1n o'"tclitek.
a .\.r! oO Ta ch is p
lIrd, spper wvIll bev ad]-:
Thei ili-. .'a. .\ I. mlieb who his even
v. iv mu lblvri lat. of
\ - n i -il :v 'a . Ia le n v r
*.e t ui -o,d f' ' t hettil iastlcoupl
w A: s. i t i I : ed w I he
. itb l tn ' i
n Memory of Our Teacher J. E. Hipp,
\\-h1ea' VC u I .\v i FatIhI.er hI Ia
n a him i his heaven
F cIeef1re heit . I
)-zde . ,. T" m we1, dvo(4 :,41W eLX
>r, u -pret1 ti:-Il of hl i
1*11-111r!. 'ellwall.ao. toward Ils.
is p! ''.
U-.s le. -2nd. TIhat in his d.ea
upi ri a hnfai,
T lIto ird. T hat 11n the inho i 1il
1.11 it- r 1 1i IthI ha r loun h n e A I
-Iy the I t ,Ime eiur t 'u !Ite an.
i Iv" I' a-re in to lx the11t!a IkIow
U1n'bti Ias bylt?t ex rtae h ie ut
:1 o n, umlem thaue a:.
I t I : X. VA al ' l 1ba t f
'n t"ha-e h convitiever al view
trhle :ujthindu ithoushmy puse
Ieh rs Ofl eive ate lie Cimape
ui rny he h4th :and whenetim a
harib JAnn mtre' 31t nt
lisoved 7t. Th. t, his bCra.
M archn2, :1l90niyweexed.u
: eddi,yng in byaColumbv.
Iteoh .Ja. opea, now witntyhap
U iaerTi eutd to pub ree lattes in
r',tyhiin. S.u Cthatoda. cDpy Ces
il Tt'hlE'pren sof ontr agoe feaohe ,
afl i ishitl. h rdet-e Th
\'Olam. no(tt inth hbit o arr nnoueity
ny1' ,ubjet piu wto he day ofre
>rlSachinr. bti somek partie hav 2
laitOly fm r ta they(kno time minis
1'ra wre agoin~ hao fae smingw
eberry wao gain teneah gruaonsth
ral perohibiton seron. buttzId
mthe E ueclu n itdisy.rps
o prach n th sam at ew Cape
nd rintythe24t, nd benze
lity Council GrantA f La
dies of Civic Asso. t.
ively at Wk1i
The members of the Nivie ssocia
ionl inl Newberrt.y, as was .s ated i1
'he Ilerald and News, ae'.keepjin
) their fight, and it is g-tfyi,ng it
now that they are to have- the ceo
peration of city couneif.
The following petition, which wa
tbmillitted to the council at its meet
!11 on Wednesday ,light, has heeI
ra.ited and tho trash barrels-will bi
r*ovided at onlee, and it-is to be 11)p
J that we may he rid of all tit th<
rash, whiel? may be seen tny day oi
'o The Honorable Town 'Council o
the Tow?, of Newberry, South Car
The Civie Assoeiation of Newher.
v. Sonth C1arioina. with 'a View o!
uprovinx the apearance of till
Ieet of the town, have provide
hout three hindred harrols to I<
.:l as receptaeles for waste ma1.1tteI
l 11ia-h amlil placed. for this 1111r.
'. nvelienit tll the stores. i
0ied that these barrels bq painted
ipawi.tei they would detract nlai
r than improve the appearanee ti
WN'heiefore. tie nIlidersigned u.
1rs and 1oard fit Manaers of Ilhe
ivie A-soviation petition your lion
-able body to defarv tle expenue-t et
Tihe civit' ASs-4eiationl is de:-ir--m.:
t4)-(1peratin-- with the Town Cin
in its effrtls to fnrther the best
Iter-set of the comIllunity aIndl t
1an1ityitV Ile ,trtvv- and other pii
Mr-. Rk. D). Wr71i-ght.
Mirs. 1.. W. Floyd.
Vst Y-Presid -.i.
,Mr'-. .1. E. Norwvo''d.
Mi-s FanIlnie B. McCanbinl- ,
Mri-. W. K. slizih, And].
Mr-. M. A. Carlisle.
Chairman W'aird .
Mr-!Z. S. B. Jones.
Cha1.irmlan Ward II.
Mri. F. M. Evans.
Chairman Ward IIT.
Mrs. E. 11. Aull.
Chai-iran Ward IN.
'Mrs. Ilena Kinai.
Chairman Ward V.
Ornamented Post Cards.
Feb. 1C. 107.
Itf I-la1 s. mie ( 1- . ( 1 sim ilal
h tancL -. 4.ile I ijllir I le per
of? tho-e hanlintr tlie iails. arc
ri)eby t' exe le firm thei mails ex
'p1 when ine (ll ied in snit ah!e env'elo
The above is taken fi'im Ithe receni
Lulicaiti'on of' the offieial post a
idoe and is publ ished f"ori thle infor
ait io n o.f those wh'lo (de-ir io h' andh
To Olose Out Clothing.
A goodl time to buy youri Eastei
lit. says Mr. Bailes. of the Bet
ive, is the priesent time. is rea
n for' stating it in this wayv is thal
finds his stor'e i'oom is too smnal
or the many lines he hias been car.
"ire, anid lie hias, ther'ef'or'e. decidec
eut ouit the clothing department
itd will sell all goods in this line a
ist andi continue to sell that way uin
I every~ suit in the house is gone.
Reedy River Union Meeting.
The Union of Reedy River churhcee
'ill meet with Eastside, Newberry
atur'day night before the 5tJh Sun
av in March.
Following is a programne.
SatuFday night at 8 o'clock sharp
What can be done to make ou
hiurches more efficient ini soul sav~
ig?'' Speakers: W. H. Hunt, E. F
Vilbur,;O. A. Wright.
Sunday 10 a. mn.-Devotional se1
ices by J. M. Suber.
10.30--Tenvperance--' 'Cain a pre
essor of religion indulge in whiske;
rinking as a beverage without hurl
sg the cause of Christ?"' Speakers
. H1. Longshore, Dr. Jas. MoIntosi
.S. Dominick, J1. A. Danielson.
11.30-Missionary sermon by L. I
Vhite, alternate, G. A. Wright.*
We urge all churches to send us
elegatiqn. We hsve some live Chrhi
ians in our little chur'ch hereo. W
uave never had a Union meetirt
vith us, and we are hopintg to.xpak
I. a -profitable meeting. Thiere jwi
eo hbmes and the most cordial we
'ome awaitinig those who comes
A fuli moon will lighten oiintlig1
nein. Plase don 't disannnaIt ni
- Mr. MNewton M046 Awful
-Boiler Mplode-Negro 'Abo
The killing of Mr Rewton- R. L4s
ter at his saw mill some eight miles
south of Newberry on Teusday was
> one of the saddest accidents that his'
- happened in this county in a long
Mr. Lester . was. one of the most.
- substaitial and progressive citizens
I in this county. He was about forty
3 five or fifty years of age and leaves
- a widow and several children, who
have :the deepest sympathy of the
I people, not only of that community,
but of the entire county.
F Will Owens, a colored laborer, was
also killed in the explosion and'an
other laborer very badly bruisedl up.
Our Prosperity correspondent giv
es a more detailed accouit of tihe exa
plosion. Just how it. happened, or
what caused it, may never be abso
lutely' known, but it should be a'
warining to others, who handle sim
ilar machinery, to be careful. and even
with the most care'ul lalndling" these
acidents will sometimes happen.
An Enjoyable Dance.
A very enjoyable dance was had
iin Newherry on Monday evening after
'The Clansman.'' in compliment to
the visitors from Laurens. The musie
was t'urnished by Thomas's orches
1"I 4;' Columbia. aind the German was
heautifully led by Mr. Samuel Todd,
ot' I aauens, and altogether it was a
m111st tdeli.-ht full ovcasionl.
Fllowing were tle couples who at
Mi . Laura loviman. vith 'Mr. .1.
K. (;ilder. Jr.: liss Florence Bow
num With 'Mr. Robi-t I1o!ies: Miss
fes;ilder wvith Mr. C. P1. Plehlaml
liS M aude Lanit'or with 'Mr. L.
P1 Ek1idie: Miss (lenevive Evans
With Mr. F. R. Fellers: Miss Etlhel
w~ers w'ith 'Mr. Rov Jones: Miss
Maime Burke with, Mr. w. C. Tv
r liss, Ruth Wells with Mr. J. L.
WVellinz: Miss Bessie SChinmpert With
Mr P F. Gilder: Miss Maud Fant
with Mr. J. K. Vance; Miss Anita
Davidson with Mr. Thomas Swygert,
of l'aurens; Miss Lois Goggans with
Mr. Jolinstone Coppock: Miss Lizzie
Rielie. of Laurens, with Mr. Gus
Simmons, of Greenwood: Miss Eula
Brow-n, of Charleston. with Dr. Ralph
Edwards. of Laurens: Miss Annie
Riehie. of Laurens, With Mr. Earle
Wilson. of Lkaurens: Miss Grew,s, of
Laurens, with Mr. Will Richie, of
Laurens. Stags: T. Q. Boozer: F. H.
Domiiiiek. H. W. Dominiek; W. S.
LUmuford: J. C. Gozzans: Robert
Maves: Richard Burton: Foster Me
C1n. GreenAwood: Oraham Smith,
Chappelk; John P. Wise. Prosperity:
VaNive 1irhy. Laurens: Brooks Chil
dr.es. Laurens: Will Switzer. Laur
enz: A. S-'hayer, Lauren.,; Dr. HughIl
Feller-. Greenwood : R. A. Babb,
Laiurenii-: Bushnell Bowvers, Prosper
ity: Samuel Todd, Laurenis.
Chaperons : Mr. and Mrs. P. E.
Scott .Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bowman,
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. H-unter, Mr. and
Mrs. M. L. Spearman, Mr. and Mrs.
C. J. Purcell and Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert Teaguie, Laurens. .
Next Tuesday has been agreed upon
by the dealers in millinery and other
spring groods as opiening day for these
Eslacially beautiful displays may
be seen - a t the Mower Company.
Iwhose department this year i in
charge of M'iss Maymne Blurke, off
New York, an expert trimmer from
c enters of fashion, with several com
petent assistants, the Cash Store of
Caldwell and Hlaltiwanget', wvhose
millinery department is presided over
b)y Missq Sena Riser; and Mim
niaugh 's, wihere Miss Kafugar has
e harge this year, and wihere, with the
improvements on the store the ef
fect can be better displayed; and at
Hair and Havird 's where Miss Flour
ney and Mrs. Hair are in charge.
establishments will be delighted, if
next Tuesday should prove to be a:n'
ideal spring day, but whether such
a day or not, the display will take
place and the ladies will he on hand.
A Cake Sale.
The ladips of the Library Associa
tion will have a .eake sale in the
,Vacant store-room under' the Hotel
Frederick, formerly used for the dis
.pensary, on Satturday, 'the 30th. They
will have a number and a variety of
a cakes, which will be donated by the
expert house-keepers of Newvberry.
The proceeds will go for the benefit
of the library.
The Pomaria cases have been 'dis
continued. The parties for whomi war
rapts liad been sworn out appeared
in Newberry. on Wednesday.'" The
i prosecutors, hlowever, did not press5
Sthe casess andl they have all been een
tlitued and i$h 11rp6aly never be
e ikfrot a%als
MW Re4pte .&lr6ady Guarantee It
UVOUA1I L aoud Do its eart
It is now beyond question tlut the
receipts at the post oice in New
Uerry will entitle the eity to free do
livery of mail. 4I, fact, the receipts
are already beyond the minimum fix
ed by the government to entitle u
to this service, and the i'eeeipts for
two are yet to be added.
The que'tionl is now up to city
council to comply with the require
nients of the governnont as to stireets
aid the numbering of the streets,
and the numbering of the houses. This
is a matter which should have the
immediate and pronlpt attention of
city council, so that there .nQay be no
tilay in securing free delivery.
The main thing to be dooe, we pi-e
sunme, is to have the houses ttnubered.
The streets were all named and the
signs pit ip a few yeirs ago. Some
of these may have to be replaced and
new streets, which have been opened,
will have to he niamed, but as it ap
pears nw, l.about the oily thing to be
dw:e is the ium Ilhe'iiv of the houses.
Why Support the Young Men's Chris
In answee to the question-''why
has the youing Mei's Christian Assoz
ciation a claim upon the moral, intel
Ieetl u and material resources of men
aind'women in all walks of life''-we
may state tihe followinI reasons:
..The purpose of the Young Men's
Viristian Association is to help the
young men to make their stand in
the face of all the forces of evil
that eat their way into tle character
and weaken tlie moral, intellectual
an1d' ph,vsical powers of men, and to
win their fighlit for character.
II. Its active membership is based
upon meilbershii) in ain evangelical
church, which makes tie association
a zreat a.ency of the church through
which voin- men are led to give their
lives to the cause of Christ. and to
the support of the church.
III. The great political, industrial
and social problems that are being
ag,itated today, are to be solved to
morrow, and the burden of solutloi
will fall upon the young men of to
day. Will they be able to meet the
IV. The religious need in the lives
of young men is great.
Of the thirteen million young men
in the United States today, only one
million are members of the cltreh;
seven million habitually stay away
fron church se-vice: three-fourths of
the inmat'es of prisons and reforina
tories are youing' mIen. The drink
habit claims the Voiun, man as its vie
tim. Impurity in the lives of the Vol,r
men -i, appalling. The faeinating in
fluences of gambling gain the mas
tery in the life while the man is still
V. A man 's career is largely de
termi.ned by the thought and conduct
between the ages of fifteen and
twventy-five. HI-s after life, as a rule,
is siinply a realization of the ideals
fostered duiring this period. During
this time a man should have thrown
about him influences that make for
clean thinking, self control, chiarac
ter building and upright conduct.
During t'hiis time men need testimon
ies from those who are actually in
the fight, declaring the possibility of
a successful career in any calli:ng b)y
the m1an who dhares to be strictly up
right and( hoinorable..
NI. The cause needs men of abil-e
ity. If.young men are to be led to
make their chief aim in life, wherev
er they may be, the extenision of the
k(iogdom (of G*od throughout the
world, the possibility of such a car
ceer muist be demonstrated b)y a few
It is worthy the highest and best in
any man to' stand in the face of the
evils of today and demonstrate the
possibility of an honest upright life
imn. his own business or pr6oession.
Week of Prayer Services.
The W'oman 'a Home and Foreign
and( the Young Ladies' Auiir
Missionary ,Societies of the Church
of the Redeemer *ill unite in lhe
week of prayer set'vices during Holy
Week beginning Monday 25th.
All the l.adies of the congregation,
botih old and young, are earnestly re
quested to attend these meetings
.which will be hold at the home of
Mr-s. E. R. Hipp, each af&ernoon of
the week at four o'clock.
The following is the program for
Mfondaty-Prayer. for Missions, Mis
slinaies~ and self.
Tuesday-HIno e Missions.
We(lnesda y-'- Foreign Missions.
~Tirsd ay--Conseturation. of 'lime,
Rspeans and self..
Friday-Song and Pihaise service.
Union meeting with -tih ohildren..
Corrected by -Nat Gist.
Middling . . ..
Cood Middliig .. .. .. .. 1 1
Striet Middling .. .. .. . U
The Local Market.
a .... ........ ..,... 91-2 t '2
Eams ... 16 to 8
Best Lard . ...... 3
Best k. 0. Molassee . .00 to C
rIoqd M. 0. Molasse. 35 to 40
Corn ................. 7
Uiixed Chicken Food. .. 90
Ilay ..............1.35 to '1.50
1st Patent Flour ......4.40 to 4.75
2nd -Patent Flour- ......4.00 to 4.40
Oood Ordinary Flour.. .3.50 to 4.00
Suga 5........'........ '. 1
Rice ........ to8 1
Coffee Roasted .... ..4... '
Coffee, Green .. .... .. 10 to 2
Cotton Seed meal ...... 1.40
[ggs .. ...........
Poultry .l.o........ 10c.
Pens .... .... .... ... . 1
JAMES K. GILDER,
)ffice in front room over post otfAct,
NEWBERRY. S. 0.
E. H. KIBLER,
Offace Formerly Occupied
By Dr. D. L. Boozer,
Newberry, S. 0.
)HINA SALE Firady, Saturday ai
Monday. A wndesoll. 10 Cent Stor
POR SALE-Lumber. Apply to
ILASSWARE of all kinds. Water
sets. winle sets, punch sets. vases
etc. Anderson 10 Cent Store
BEFORE VUYING or selling a farm
or any property, writ&The Caroli
Realty and Trust Company,
Bishopville, S.' C.
BASTER 9GGS and Easter China.
Ande.rson 10 Cent Store.
3HNGLES-I have plenty of shing.
les. Call and get prices.
0. W. LeRoy.
LO CENT ASSORTMENT BUSTER
Brown Ohina. Just the thing for
the little folks.
Anderson 10 Cent Store.
DARPENTERS WANTED at Cal
houn Falls, S. C. Long job. Good
pay. J. F. Gallivan Bldg. Co.
PRESH SHIPMENT CANDIES for
Easter "0uaranteed Pure'' 10 and
Anderson 10 Cent Store. $
BGGS from prize winning Buff Ply
mouth Rock chickens for sale at
$2.00 per setting of 15 by Frank
SL. Feagle, Greenville, S. C.
[F YOU DONT, YOU OUGHT TO
''Wa-teh our widws'
Andierson 10 Cen t .Store.
CASH STORE grand millinery open~
ing March 26.
FOR SALE-Sixteen horse power
engine mounted on wheels. Liddell
saw mill. 48 inch inserted tooth
saw, Henry Disston, and log cart.
Prosperity, S.- C.
TO-MORROW-TO-DAY will be yes
terday. "Do it now.'' "Come 'and
Anderson 10 Cent Store.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID
For Indies and children clothing for
Mrs. .Dora Watts,
The Racket Store.
'THE LADIES ARE cordially invita
ed to attend thme grand spring mil '.
hinery opening March 26 at The~
FOR SALE-I have 100 bushels of
Russell's big boll cotton, which is
pure, for sale at 50 cents per bu.~
R. A. Sligh, Slighs, S. C
FOLLOW THE CROWDS -- The
grandest display ever shown ji
Newiberry, Tueday, March 26, at
The Cash Store.
NOTIOE-The1 Laurens Steam Laun.
dry is still replresentedl at The Heor
aId & News . ofYlce. Basket sent
husa ndrtre Saturmday.
atisactio groanteeduf, gt