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n The Movoments of Many People
Nowberrians and Those Who
The pupils of Mrs. Palmer gave a
very interest.ing song recital last night
at the Hotel Fre(lerick, which was en
joyed by a number of people. There
was no admission, but a silver offer
ing was taken for the benefit of St.
Lukes E'piscopal church.
Mr. E. C. Ray, of the firm of Col
lins and Company, the selling agents
in New York of the Newberry Cotton
Mills, is spending a few days in New
berry with Mr. Z. F. Wright.
Mr. John Stokes, of Whitmire, was
in the city on Tuesday.
The library association will hold
its iontilly meeti'Ig ol Monday af
ternoon at 5 o'clock in the library
The La(lies' Aid society of the
Church of lie liedeemier. will meet
with Mrs. 0. Kletiner 'luesa(ily af
tolrInoonl at five o'clock.
Ma.j. J. F. J. Caldwell is in Char
leston this week on professiomnil busi
Mr. Irby ). Shockley, who has been
livin. fit St. Mat thews for some time,
was inl Nowherry this week. and will
probably return to Ihe city and to
gether with his brother (ng4a-e in tile
Con I ract i ng binbiless.
Dr.. H. M. Keietedv attonded the
marri.a. of .he o ev i. II. corii. an(d
li,, Susie KetIlins. at Wi:nsOwro.
W) Wednesday eveninl.
1evs. T. S. aldwell. of Properity.
and 1). G. Philips, (4f Newherr. amld
Me, rs. John C. Nvel and F. N. Mar
til are attendi presbytery at
llishop Weel will condnit services
at Ite -'piscopml cliurch nlext Sunday
at 11 a. m.. and . p. in. At the morn
in vi'vieice. if IIlere are amly who (le
sire, Ohe riu-bt (0' 'xfr ato ill be
Dr Va IlL- 'l. . t Iw ' f
tlh'. .'uIctltural lel:t!oiel i at W ash
in ton, forwarded some time ago some
rdinary vow peas, \l which lie picked
up from those that are on sale in
Newherry. amd le has received a re
11fort, whli4ch stAte. tl millY 2.3 ur
il-. l 1f"l ;i:i- ve:.
ii i1- iuilV- i nc 'r, wii* it IN|MT > t'V
i 11:111inu- 1h! ii er:o th(. New -!
lerryv Sievinr.. l'bliil .i bIe-ilav 's pia
} ler. tie lii of e - S. NI1ower.
tlh'. vic-pire-idlwit. aid lls attorliey
wa- ini.vertit lv !Ift 4111. 'Mr. Now
er lis till-d th4e4 O I ition with _reat
neet:inw11 for several years.
-r.J.K. An111 is visiti- _. heri par.
C ts inl -:el'efiIll.
AIiss Wvllil-z. oe Darlin.lton. is
visitii- tier brother. Mr. J. 1,. Well
IMrs. K;ate Smith1 is viitin l fiends
aln. relativvs i! Colu b illa.
Tlivr will Ill ?mo service at Iity
ori a1 Prosiwrity '...xt Sabbaloth.. a-u the
paZitier will bec absenit.
ll . G. teiui :. 'i it. -'p in v hi m hl blK
pla for I:c ho o tweichic bnd
nw t l r.i .lt.N e.A .N lw l
Dinticta hiovet po- ofrt Duis
and clt tohe eld i ndi N reinhr r.
zo :bis:-May N1.1. o Te
dail lei*u iNor k \'i iiv cni A liii 11
hei mtaiiie N-rt-me rclr theitat-pos
'i s (l i s t iii t is r (a Ii n.,' iSe . fthe lodae
fh roprectie of N heardi hoeinh
N1wherry ail the tvimle fom th lire and t
DitrI ict Convenlition Aof ourth ~is-n
rict to e wil in N~~aebaerry
'Thle codiit teeonvention imef the
foi:-ph di tic '~t. KnA t ofl Pythiaowes,
vit-itiony o Newherry leI..: N)o. ni5
fo h hda rMy O'Nealllod.
Nehry de inath recptm nan
entrtainment S. th rlepsentoaives.
Tsdst frie iompuntdy, thae love
1has1,oLmxinaton, Indmefield anth Mrn
da. ml5ererl tbe frm thirt to
fieafty deaes, and vtorshu~' peen.
adt thei laoent.in in iMnresing
blanktitil ov ervted n officeth
Mr. 0hilds Anxious Not to Purchase
the Wrong Property For His
New Passenger Depot.
Mr. W. G. Childs, president of the
C., N. & L. railroad, has addressed
a letter to Mr. Z. F. Wright, presi
dent of the Chamber of Commerce in
re the recent meeting of the citizens
with the railroad commissioners and
the railroad officials on the depot sit
uation in Newberry. The letter is
chAracteristic. Mr. Childs wants to
see a copy of the resolutions. Of
course a copy should have beeil sent
to him by the secretary of the meet
ing, but the secretary neglected this
ilportant duty and pleads guilty of
the neglect and craves pardon. But
they were published in The Herald
and,(I News anld as the secretary knew
Mr. Childs was it close reader of The
IHlerald ad1( News thought of course
he would see them and bosides as the
Ieoltioinis were adopted at the sug
-estionl of the attorneys for the two
roads. p)ro)ably in the one instance
for tile piurlpose of removing the fear
tile Soutiern had of being called on
to help build a good union depot and
in, the other to relieve Mr. Childs'
road of the forfeit for not comply
inl- with order of tile railroad coml
illissiollers tile secretary thought ill
al proIlility. that Mr. Childs would
he sItisfied witliout secing tile reso
ilitiis. This is -iven as some mit
i1ti-in frl apparelt discolrtesy' onl
ihe part of the secretary for of
ourli he did Ililt intend to be dis
But it seems. that at aly rate. and
som1e how, Mr. Childs has a pretty
clear eonceptionl of the meat in the
Iesollutions if lie does lot so state.
Then Mr. Childs very propeIly
wallts to know which side of the
strI(t h' is to )uaild his depot. This
i,entirlyIN a, pertinenlt qulestifin but
it' it ?,it -4:1ted inl thle re"(1lutio)".s
-hit a~ ti - lalt of Il e attornl y f'r
ille Ofalwlt 1ced ten
cr. 'h s shhild not he CI)'ted
to make a mistake ill the matter. so
mportanpt, il purelasin-'. tile site for
hiS n(w epot. It would he a great
lhntyV i he llid4 happe": to) plt
r -11 dE h e %\1' r
' . it. i, , ri l y time
a tobel anthermeeingto dle-;
n.rineonwhibzille it i-- too b(d
built, h ioea s'l,e it ik u He that
Wirki onl t h1i l new eot l )o t he
un 1frthw itht imeaey if nlot
, r :i't Mr. 11Childs will have to
- In i. h Ii vilw !_4o(l j'fu llment as to
the'O t i fthe streeCt. The IeoIple of
Newlwrry,v will SrTlyI\ l with
Nir. Childs a bot the Side of the
4rt1 W hich Ih(e plaes it just so
h fibuihIs it. It is fearledi by somle
tha Wi'ce to has seen that beauiti
huE'i pitu of~ hiab sta,tion in, 'te
lwal aind News of Toefsd'ayi he mY
cnchle isitts nt necessaryU nl~ for him
1't bolid atIE all.. .& a o
.\nd4'(4 maybe t ii1inotI)I. Anldi shaak
willld itor a pen1er staon.tWhat
Th evioll'twin- I i))te4 lev('t tr. t w i
h wel toI say tV~ 1) hat i meeting t
which2 i) rer wadai etnlo.t
aze..'lat wich 1 tae henre 'sid
edI'P an ti h al attNweri'beete
The' routis wer)only a1( roite-'
1us t he '4l1 1i ..'( t. di&s tL. was-o
xpectedI do toiii delitn. ATtheatewas
not a inepuromed, It ' was nl t'os ke
r. .m V 11i do any tii.Itwudb
- ill. hever.a if Mr.wil hbl.
stll purchlnQdw th e~ wonf thee iPo
lopts,l leptfr the maycg thto
hould pul t t a dpot. ea wrestats
ao ( Newhsers ao Soodhinvestmet whin
ide- si). the street. Anot oldaciy
illVS4the stre t will do.' That to if ny
Ilil.- is~1' tobe0didi.asIdnownt
Co4lonb4)1iat. C..e April willh. 1907.
l'C'hTrde. Newhry tr.ly,
tWh.riloa C iso, rpresenta
tivesof ths copany nd Sother
an ''r or4t.icuste us
tio.ofa. uio de. A h et
The Commititees Makng tommend- S
able Progress-Will Continue the
Work-Now Is the Tine.
A special weeting of the chamber
of commuerce was held on, Tnesday o
evening to consider and hear' reports si
from the committees appointed to c
look into the matter of widening the o
streets, especially in the burned dis- a
trict. The attendance . of members d
was remarkably good, and the unani- o
mity of sentiment id favor of widen- B
ing the streets and laying the found- it
ations while it was possible for the u
New Newberry, was very encouraging. W
The reports of the committees gen- R
erally showed that the property own- v
ers along the burned district realized S
the importance of widening the
streets and were willing to co-operate I
with the city ofliills in accomplish
ing this mnuh desired result.
The property, which was sold
through Mr. J. A. Burton 's ageiey, h
ineludinug the Silas Johnstone lot. a
lias already been set back five feet. r
The effort. of the committee is to e
get .t,he rest of the property on Pratt b
street from Adams np to Wilson street il
at the corner of Mr. Henry Kinard's I I
lot also set back five feet. There are ti
(nly three property owners to be tl
consulted: Copelaid Brothers and h
Mr. R. C. Wiliams on the block from h
Adams street to Boyce street, ad
the property (of Mr. H. E. "11l.
where Sa-ter's E0ite photo L.allery
stood. Mr. Wiliams agrees to . iVV
the five -feet if the property owirs
(lin tile north side of this sane - -t
fronting his nropertv will set back
2 1-2 feet. and if they can.n1ot do
this, they to pay him one-half the
cost of his five feet, which lie val
ips at $60. He will set back. hut
he insists that this onle-half shall ie
Paid by the property owners and not
6 fut ill t e(t%* Iy esury. CopelAII
. it i.. tind-erstood, w%%ill 01
atever the re-1 do. Mr. 1bition
felt siure that "Mr. H1. E. Todd also
would set back. and in the event it
made his lot too shallow, Mr. Bur-II
ton who owns the property in the
rear. could arrane to let him have
sliienit land to Aepen his lot.
TIe 1 i :i-. .n the north l
. P1rat srIeet are vIry shallow. .Id
it ik hardly praetieable for them to
he set baek anly.
On Fri",!d street from Adam; to
Mr. L. W. Floyd's residence in Cal
hoin street all of the property own
er, have praetically atreed to widen.
.\I effort is also beil made to wid
(11 J'Ailmstonle street. and this will
prbably be carried thri2on-h.
Tt is probable tht the portion of
Calhioin street from Pratt street to
Joh1nstrone street on the west side will t
blso be wi.lenpd five or six feet. The
;ame will be done in all prbability
with MeMorris street leadintr from
Pratt treet to ITarrinrton street and
with Thompson street from Pratt to ~
The (commi)1t tee's .were all co n t intied
:i 1 regneIist ed to ascertain in writing
inut what the property ownuers along
lt hese st reet s will hw willine
to a<rree to. The (out look at present is C'
very encouirar'i:ne, and if' the proper--1
tv (own(iercan hue brounhl t realize, i
'a no douht t hev will, that sueh
widen in's very mat eria I *ll na nees the ('
val1ute of' their own pr'operty as well I
:is adds to the 2eneral welfare, there .
senms little doubt t hat the streets
will be widened. lI
A committee was also appoinited on '
the fire limits within which no wood- c
e'n hunildinii's should be erected. That
C'' mmt'ittePp reconmimended that the li
unit s he ext en dd so as to i nelnude all
p'ropert y from the C.. N. & IL. depot
lln ite railroad to O 'Neall street.
,l frm Oi 0'Neall1 to MeK ibbhin and s
deow' MeKibbin to the interisectin
of Johni st one st reet and upi I)John
st one1( st reet t o A dams st reet and np
b lamns to Friend street. thence up
l"riend strieet to Wilson and along
Wilson street. to Pratt st reet. thence I
down Pratt st reet to Thompson
street. and also to inelude
the north side of Pratt street from
the property of the estate of' J1 N.
Mairtin to Thompson street, thence
down Thompson street to Harring-1
ton and uIP H-arrington street to the
C. N. & T2. railroad tracks, and an
Harr'ington street all the property on
the north side up to Mr. E. Y. Mor
ris's corner oni Nance street.
This report was adopted and refer
red to conel with the recommenda
tion of the chamber of commnerce.
K. of P. Representatives.
A t a meeting of Newherry Lodge,
K,iihts of Pythilas held on Tuesday
nia'ht C. A. Bowman and J1. A. Black.
welder were elected representativps
anid A. C. JTones and W.- If. TTutitt al
eotes to the meet ing of' the Grand
1od.-e to be held. in Anderson the
fourth Tuesdauv in Mav.
0O'NeAll Lodge, No. 154, wIll be1
represented by Cole. L. Relase ana
)F. HI. Domniek.
brikes ohappells-Mr. Reid's Store M
Blown Down-Some Damage at
On Monday afternoon about 6
'elock there was a severe winld- ou
orm,11 in Newberry accompanied by ati r
m11siderable hail. The tjouds west tI
Newberry looked very threatening,
id many feared that considerable
image had been done in this cestion
I the county. Tuesday moring The
erald and News received the follow
ig telegram from Chappells, from
hieh it will be seen that the storm
as very severe at that place. Mr.
eid's store was a wooden building
hich stood near the tracks of the
Chappells, S. C., Apr. 9, 1906
[erald and News,
Newberry. S. C.
This town was visited by quitie a
Were hail storm accoipanlied by a
igh wind at 6 p. p.. yesterday.
hich did considerable damage, up
oting trees, blowing down fences.,
:e. Mr. George T. Reid's store was
lown dowa. Fortunately no one was
i it at the time except one clerk,
-r. White, who made his escape in
me to avoid being buried beneath
e ruins. Mr. Reid's loss is very
avy, none of his insurance policies
vin- the usual tornado clause.
J. A. Meldon.
It will be recalled in connection sti
ith this storm at Chappells that in hi
S4 practically the entire town was re
rept away by a Cyclone. Fortunate- en
no one lived where the town is
nit, and, therefore, as this 18-4 b
orm came in the nizght time, it did di
at strike any dwelling houses in TI
at immediate community. There sa
ere, however, two persons who were in
eepins- in the store. a carpenter. who W
.s at work on the depot at that place fa
III who vis killed in the wreek. and 1
r. 11aziman. who had hi; ler brok'
d was othierwise hanged up. I-e is N
ill livin., at Greenville.
In the Deadfall section there was Ti
Iso some damage. Mr. 1. L. Domin
'k had his crib blown down and the
ininz r-omn11 of Mrs. Lucretia Daw- N
in was blown down. Of course
wtr was considerable damage in the te
priit'in-r of Irees. "Mr. 11. 0. L .on e
i.s -that oi one of his plaecs the w
am in this respect was very great. Cl
Another Pounding. all
The parsonape of the Bethlehem
astorate was visited on Good Fri
ay by a large company of people,
ho had come to '' pound '' thei pas
)r and family.
There was an abundance of good bi
iints on the table, and after all had
aei to full satisfaction, number
i fifty-two, there was much still
Besides the many good things al- s
edy prep)ared, there were left in ti
ome, flur, Pot atoes, canned goods, C~
oth fruiits and vegietales, sugar, d,i
bnils, chickens, and also soap and y,
We were' also the recipients of an h
nvelpe containing some money and te
note iniforImfing us by whom the s
mount was raised. ir'
It was a great day to all of us. Ev- a
ry one seemed to spend the day ver.y e0
leasantly from fthe oldest to the tI
We are eertainly grateful to our hi
ind1 friends for their remfemb)rance n
f us, andl upon every one we do most
arnestly pray God's choicest bleCss- n
John. JT. Long and Wife. 51
Deatha of an Inf ant.
The infant child o' Mr'. E. C. Log- a
hoe. of WVest End, died on Wednes
la mniht and was buiried ycster'day
I the We(St l'AId (cmetery. C
Death William Wallenzine. 13
Mr. William W~allenzyine died( at his r
omie oil Mo,nday, and wvas buried on a
'nesday at Trinity.
Mir. Wal-lenzine was a German and 9
nme to Newberr'y in 1872 and locat- ~
d in: the erannity in which he ~
lied. HeI married soon after comning r
mere and lie leaves 'a widowv and sever
outhern Raimlway Omlcialss i New- I
A party of several offeials of thme t
southerna railway spcent sev.eral houris I
n Newb)erry on Wednesday. The I
my comprised M'. J. N. Scale, of I
Wasington, manager of trafme; and i
dr. I. E. Huethins, of CharloLtte, N. ~
^!., o'enmeral superintenden.t; and Su
irintendents H-. A. Williams and R. I
a. Simpson: and Mr. George T. Bish
f, train master of this division. I
P1 ey were traveling in Mr. Scale's I
wivato car' nod were jiust going over' I
lho road anid stoppinig to see .he con
litions at the several stations. The.g
oft on the midday tiain for Gh'een- I
ville and -from theire t.hey will return
'Aa CO~W~Aam ArrOZNTh
r,T. G. Wllimam"Appointed by Gov.
Ane-Haa Been On Police
M, T ,W ials, who has18 becm
the police t'or only sincQ the
t of January, and who is onle of
I most etliciot policeien that
Tr. 0. WILLIAMS.
'wbe.ry has, has been 'offered by
w. Ansel tihe position of state eon
ible and has accepted. He w-ill resign
position as policela"n, m11uch to the
Zret of the city officials, and will
ter upon his new duties on Moiday.
Mr. Willialms will operate in New,
rry county and will be under the
rection and coctrol of the sheriff.
iose who have been in the illicit
le of whiskey had better take warn
, because it is certain that Mr.
illiams will discharge his duty
ithfullv and regardless of who the
ilty parties may be.
BWBERRY BOYS CONFIDENT.
>am Has Won Every Game of Ball
Played-The College Magazine
and Literary Societies.
?Nws and Courier.
Newberry College. April 10.-Af
' abo(ut two weeks of the base ball
a1s-es. loe bservers beinto pick
1n11ers. sinece tile opening game wit.h
i.nton, on March 27, Newberry has
ayed four -ames, winning all. In
i these she has given exhiiitionls of
an, quick and heady ball playing.
te has show,n herself equally as
rong in batting as in fielding, and
Ls made a record to be proud of.
ir next game will be with the Uni
1rsity of South Carolina, in Coluni
, on Friday the 12th. Carolina is
re from the defeat administered to
r by Newberry last week, and
akes sure of securing Newberry's
alp on Friday. But the boys in
arlet and silver gray will put up
ir usual good game, and with
rouch in the box, should have no
mfeulty in agai,n defeating the Uni
TIe college magazine, the Stylus,
s taken on new life and bids fair
sooni become onie oif the best in the
oth More students are taking an
terest in the work and the editors
e being filled with new e.nergy. A
ilege magazine is a fair index of
C work being dou.e b)y a college, as
deals wit,h all phlases of college
fe, andl as our college growvs our
agazine keeps pace with it.
Thle literary societies are still
aintaining their high order of ex
ilence. Thris was strikingly demon
rated in the recent debate, in the
t ions5 and the conivincive argument
ed. The third term has started
d the societies have already elected
eirqi omeiers as follows:
For tihe Excelsior - President,
ruch ; v'ice priesidenlt. F. S. Long;
Acorditg secretary, I-are; corres
onding secretary, Felder ; treasurer,
.L. Geiger; rep critics, F. 0. Black
tud R. B. Geiger; pros erit'ie, Kon,
brarian, Rawl ; chaplain. Lown; ser
ant-at-arms, A. L. Black; page,
ungheimer; excuse and appeal comn
ittee, W. C. Stone, F. WV. Cappel.
ianni, Bedenbaugh ; mon tidy orator,
From the Phrenakosm in,us--Presi
nt, Goggans; vice presi dent, B. E.
etra; recording secretary; W. C.
)errik; assisl;ant recording secre
ny, E. L. Young; cor. secet.ary, Bns.
ad; treasurer, Summer; first re
orting eritiv, V. B. Sease; second re~
~oting critic, (1. E. Lever; prosecut.
rg critic, T. Hf. Hill; Mibrarian, V. B.
easo; chaplain, Moore; sergeant-at
rins, Lubs; quarterly orator, 'A. Ja
From the Philomathian Society
'reident, Miss Hill; vice president,
4iss McCrackin; reccordi.ng secretary,
Iiss Anne JIones; corresponding see
etary, Miss lT.nnra Setzler; treasur
~, 1dfss Maggie Boekley; chaplain,
iss Mary Wright; pnge, Miss Marie
himmer; oritics, Miss Laura :Connor
nd Miss Agnes Chiapmnan.
Meot 91.2, to 12
Inat , .... . .
Beat N, 0. Molasses .. ... 0 to
G6od M. 0. Molasseb .. .. 35 to 40
Mixed Chicken Food .. 90
Hay .............1.35 to 1.60
1st Patent Flour......4.40 to 4.75
2nd Patent Flour ..'.. . .4.00 to 4.40
Good Ordinary Flour.... 3.50 to 4.00
Sugar- .... ....... 5 1-2
Rice .. .............5to8 1-3
Coffee Roasted. 16
Coffee, Green .. ...... 10 to 20
Cotton Seed meal...... 1.40
Eggs .............. . 20
Poultry .......... 100. lb.
Peas ................ 1.76
JAMES K. GILDER,
Office in front room over post offle,
NEWBERRY. S. 0.
LOST-Bunch letters on Main or
Pratt street addresed to D. F.
Foreman, Columbia, S. C. Suitable
reward if left at this office.
FOR SALE-I will sell at public aue
tion before the court house on Sat
urday, Apr. 13th, at 1 o'clock one
nice rubber tire buggy and set of
harness. J. H. Chappell.
"JOHNNIE" Registered Tennessee
raised Jack will be for service at
Newberry Wed:iesdays and Satur
days at Brown's stables ond rest of
time at my home.
J. J. H. Brown.
FOR RENT-Five rooms in the Win.
P. lIoisal hliuse, suit-ble for a
fniily, or we will gladly board
working). menii at reasonable rates.
Mrs. 0. C. Stewart and
Mrs. E. H. Leslie,
100,000 No. 2. SHINGLES AT $2.25
on ground. Guarnteed.
A. B. Summer,
8t. Chappells, S. C.
LUMBER FOR BUILDING purposes
rough or dressed. Prompt delivery..
Write M. J. I-am, Prosperity, S. C.
GREENWOOD LUMBER and Bob
bin Mfg. Co.,. Greenwood, S. -C.
Manufacturers of doors, sash,
blinds, flooring, ceiling, mbuldings,
etc. Mill work a specialty.
FOR SALE-Lumber. Apply to
BEFORE BUYING or selling a farm
or any property, write The Carolina
Realty and Trust Company,.
Bishopville, S. C.
EGGS from prize winning Buff Ply
mouth Rock chickens' for sale at
$2.00 per~ setting of 15 by Frank
L. Fengle, Greenville, S. C.
INSURE youLir homes, your~ merch an
dise, your farm p)roperty, in the
reliable agency of John Scott.
THE ELITE PHOTO STUDIO has
ree.p)ened business over the Cash
Store in the rooi recently occut
p)ied by Senator Blease. We have
goodl lights and are well p)repared
to meet our pat ronis with down to
dlate work. Yours truly3,
O. & TJ. E. .Salter.
WANTED-16 or 18 horse .power
steam engine andl boiler on wheels
Second hand in good fix.
B. M. liavird,
tf Silver Street.
FOR SATL Thir.ty or forty thous
and feet yellow pine ceiling ani
flooring, ready to put up, $17.0
per thousand feet f. o. b. Leesvilk
S. C. B-111 around, framing size<
$15.50 per 1000.
'Leesville Lumber Co.,
Leesville, S. C.
FOR SALE- At once at Luther
Parson age. An exceptionably swo
toned pi'ano $50.00, a.n ash, marl
.top sidieboard $15.00, sowing n
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