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The Movements of Many Peoplo
Newborrians and Those Who
Nliss Julia Tarrant and Frank Tar
rant left for Monroe, N. C., oi
Wvedncsday, wlhere tlhey will mak
their future home.
There will be preaching at Can,
non's Creek church next Sabbath al
11 o'clock, at Unity at 4 p. i., and
at Prosperity A. R. P. church at
Mrs. 0. McR. Holmes is visiting ill
Misses 1attie Leavell and Ngn Me
Caithrin are at teuding the May Fes
Mrs. E. C. Jones is sperding a few
day in C'olumbhia.
Mi I-. W\aller -\ndlron, wI I aIs
beon vi-it ii:: . W:aerlo .. ha- I.
\lr .ie l. Ii . 'i n wikic.enin
1)r Gorg 1. 'romler spot ySter
I r. () 'MeR. ,11hne0- we: t tI Co
ua y1in \-estedva.
Iiss .ula .lohnson. who has been
viszitinez Mrs. W. F. 1-wr,return-ed
to her olie in K1iard! yesterday.
M r. AV. 11, ' l. n 1,1 re. .. '.iiniire.
Silent a .1e ;a !n viys this
Thle F%mr,\ -ia
1r. W. G.
Newherry on ed nesdav for New
York. TheV stoipied at Charlot te.
N. C.. yesterday and Spent the day
-with their dau2hter. Miss Saral. Dr.
Hous1eal zoes to New York to take a
post-vraduate o'se. and will he an
Sent for six weeks.
The welther iz sprilnu-1ike aL.'ain.
an- the chanle has been very atree
\Mr. T. Mf. N.et! ha-x - e
in the'. ii:lumbjia :sI:Ua! fo apn.l
The Rev. Mo. n.iair
a mn rain v paer an. tern- at 11
0'el"ek I'n Sunia mr.ie at t-.
Lukes Epize-pa! reh. an a:
evenino' pra*yer, andI addr!es at r
o el"ck on Sunday evl.1 i.
The Rev. Mr. walindar "il *iiv.r
an address to the men in h Fim
Baptistcrch on Sr. ay after'on
at 3 o'clock.
Col. Geor.:e Jo'hr.zt.re ha ret1
ed to Newherrv. after at+r.lir.: the
commn pleaQ e-urt in Sa, u ! t
FELL IN THE RIVER.
Team and Wagon Load of Hay Fall
Through Burton Bridge Over
The t eamn (f Mr. G;eore Glas.aw.
complJO-d of thiree mri'le-. a wagon
load o,f hav and two n:egro'e. fell in
to l.inlo river in la,t Saturiday. The
teamn~~' wo, 'r--in the r'iver ait Bunr
ton's br%.3e nnd the entire bridz(
gal~ ve av ', one eide andi t urned over
int o t he river. The niegroes were
nuot hurt at all, and the muiles were
cut? loose and tot ten oult (if the(
stream withi counsiderable damna.e t(
one of the mules. Mr. Glas.ow was
brinL'inet a load of hay from his p?fbe'
in Greenwood county to Newberry.
N'ew Church To Cost $5,000.--Old
rolk's Day With Address by
Rev. Mr. Bligh.
Greace con' re 9tIion. Prosper('iityv
wyill ('rect their new churceh to, coa
$5.000 on thle lot uipon wich the pr'es
ent edifice now stands.
perity, S. C.. will hove an old folk'
day in May. at whichl fth old1 peoph
of th l iie co mnu '(iliiilv are in vite<
and given thle front cent s. Ol wonl
are sun andi an effort ismdet
make the 01ld folks feel that thev ar<
back in the young day.s. It is al
ways v'ery miuch 'n,iwyed. Rlev. J1. A
Slizh, one of the oldest ministers~ 11
the synod, and a former pastor, wil
address the old folks.
* ~ The Mt. Pleasant school, taught bi
- Mr. L. S. JTohnson, and the Pressh
school, taught by Miss Addie Bel
will unite iii a piente at the old:
A. Cromer place in. No. 11 townshi
on.the 4t,h of May. There will he es
* ereises b)y the children of both school
and an ad dress on the sub,ject
education by some invited speaker.
TO SEoURE FRANCHISE.
Auditor of the Public oervice Cor
poration in Newberry Looking
Into the Matter.
.1 ir. Kelsey, auditor of the Plublie
k Service Corp1otion, Which IpOPOSCS
14) build an electrie trolley line t'romllI
Charleson through this state to
Charlotte. was in Newberry this week
looking into the matter of securing
I franchise fron city council to lay
its tracks and to run its cars in the
cy. Tie company ha.; had in mind
the laying of a net work of traeks
throuillgh the city stre,00 giving New
Slerry also a city service. Mr. Kelsey
was informed that a franchise hatt
been granted another company for
th k pirpose. and he said tha t the
Pubhie Serv ice Crporhiation did not
'ant i:l terI wCith rae 1Oter coim
i:ay. and it' :he lat ter ,ve Newher
a lca! Servive hi, "Im.'A w(ould
"flY take np the mat:e f Iettn!'0
a1 t ral'-hst' '. o ihi' it:' Ncwherry.
T:ema:rWas not Ihruhy-o
t, however. but MIr. K Is -v will r'e
tn to Ncwherry next week to take
un the matter with tihe citv conneil.,l
While here he. in company with Pres- 1
ident Wrigiht. of the Chamber of Com
mlIVrTe. called upon Mayor Brown and
talked over the matter inf-rmlly
\iti hi,. and lso called unon sever
:11 l'u i ness mecn.
Pre.ide"t WJrie-h e!'!e. to ir.
Kfl!ei'V atein-ion Nowherry's need
.?a ralway from Salu.1a throu'h
Newherr andl o- to Whitimire and
"o l. T'e I in1 as now proposed v1 h
-e Puh!!, S'~erv'ice oprtio is
Charle'te to C."Iunhia. and. at
nwhia the road forks. one branch
.ntw to Charlotte and th., other to
". Piekene. Snart a nhr'. Union.
d ioininz thle Charlotte branch at
Chte-ter. makinz a loon. It is pro
r1d .o un a branch from Salu
1.i thirnh Newherrv to T.aurenz.
-. Thi i n 'i i t
\- Kd.f!lle do s tosd New
'1rT'id in the e,on
--1111 nOf thw rai'lwayr in evepry wav
Destroved by Lizhtninx. i
\ -tnant hioise on W4-z M1ary Bur
n)tiion in Floydi township
v on Thvrda l . The he
no-l f.mr rooms and was
- Ihv Di-lk Pearson and hi-,
-I' retired for the nilht. e
Ti- th.t the houite was (
b- lizhtninq. One of the
'.-a:nt h:s oln Mint uparyirs.
i-i"o mii onin hoyd towneahp
a." rith faromes anrewall
h h b,l he aedn with his
,1 fao p:retirebd fornted.-Ob-it
T server.tatth oue a
Dr J- A." B.iheer. pesid te
Newberr leewillstai rs.
w w Y 'rk the fMays wereele
te from~ ltis cuny toth ol'
"'dfay' pihor! br-lnventid-wh
nert in r h tcty.e wllrtr
th irton Jun-i Rome fr h
-o).lle. . B comneer. presdents
1' cr '(~' will leaveNewb rrv oTus
day.the 2ndk toe~tf Maan ail atted
hSunday shool convention wfhthe
inII Philade'phia. She will return
the frto Philae-pia, tindfo thee
t'o,re will laon toRoe:--berrv es
'altaen o the vin of Maywl atten
fre en ielneit ofontrofMthes
in Phildelphi . h wil M rtn
home fr M rs.il Rl. d Wrihet.c
trwlgorantoia oneOs. r
The Crownin ofat ineoe in
rAtorcattlo yontntgwladesl heldi
-)ies'ntill ine peraonted byr W.
. F.Hip, o ths. ct. r. Haipisa
I i xectngMucho Berie tniht .
Thee reseeComitee in heag -
soitOratodial onthet. lb
reesented.Al batll wti ' beitef
te the~l'j' contest t'l e ed i
T (i'e'ie s e p ol tghat a number o st
r. dets will go m'oi'eenwod for Mi'he
socition mand all oasinalm whatl he
mwt i hlla)l hat.na nume fsu
Knights of Pythias Will Meet In
Newberry-Program Being Ar
The committee oi arrangements
for the entertainment of the District I
L"onvention of the K of P., whilh is 1
to meet here on the 14th of May,
lecided to award the contract to the I
hotel Frederiek to furnish the ban
pnet. Tlt business session of the eon- I
oention will he held at 4 o'clock on 4
he 14th. The program for this ses- t
kiou and of the after dinner speeches I
it the bianquet has not yet been con- I
ileted,. It is known, nowever. that I
1ill. N. L Smith. 0. V. C.. will be <
iresent and 1'on1ressman A. F. L.ev
ar.d Cal. 11. 11. Watkins, of An- t
naII ot' wiom will he on the
r r. a: the ha nquqet . Dr. G1o. C
t, r.ier. ot' Newherry Lodge. will I
1a 1e0e0h. ws will Senator
.>'a I . lew et 'Neall l'odae,.
h eure pr:ramn will he comipleted I
cer ,.o and i: will then he pub
ished. It iexpecte ti Ihat as mnyu
is 150 ph.tes will he spread and a .
nost excellent menu has been ar- L
Williams Comedy Company. h
The Wiilian:s t'omedy compav is*
a week' nagemient at the II
011r1 hnle. (o"'d slows are being 2
'reen:ed tvr : Ie price. the Plvial- k.
ebn Ibwve 'the average. This
S.e '.y a:traction of the -e is01n
ain' at the ppular prices of 15.
: an 5 ent:. There should be a
'.)wtdtd hoISO t1ni,-ht and Sat nrdav Q
i:ht. (n atc'oinut of the base haIl
:am1 Saturday a t'ternoon the usual
,eek-e- d matinee will be given this
fternoon at 3 o'clock. One of thei
peialtv features oin Saturday night e
,ill be the upside-down dancing act. 1
TIT.MAN AT PITTSBURG.
,arnegie Music Hall Podiced-Calls
on Audience for Vote as to Ne
gro's Rank. e
l'it t Amr. Pa.. pril 24.-As a pre- e
antionary meiasure twenty-two detec- I
ive. and a stilad of armed police
aen were stationed in the Carneie N
4usic Hall during the a.ddress of t
,tw.ator Benjamin R, Tilliman, of f
louthi cprolina, who discussed the
aee lrobleml before the Park Avenue
Allegheny) Athletie Club. Several
Ixciting incidents occurred during the I
p1dress. but no trouble ..resulted.
rhere were but ten qgroes in the
mtdience which filled the Mtsio Hall
At the close of his address. in which
ie declared the races in the $outli
Vere gradually becoming more oppos
-d to one another, Senator Tillman
-alled for a vote of the audience as
) whether the negro was the equal
if the wlite man. The entire audi
mee. except the ten negroe, voted
n the negative by rising.
One man took exceptionis to Till
nan's remarks and made several in
erruptions. Tillman had him admit
ie catme from Europe and then bitter
y denounced Europeans in Arnerica
v-ho undertake to judge questions
'oneerning this country. In speak
nig of whether the negro can be edu
~ated, Senator Tillman declared that
B~ooker' T. W~ashlingfton was the lhar
>or of refuge anid safety to which
ieople flee when other places fail,
md that Booker T. Washington was
me negro in ten millions, and was
ialf white at that.
Where the Wild Beasts Are.
A little girl at Great Totham, Es
tex, whien asked to write about wild
animals and the countries they in
mabit, wrote, ''Wild animals used to
inbound ini England, but now they are
rmly to be found in the theologi.cal
Very Wrong. . .
Teacher-If coal, is $5 per ton, how
maniy toins could you get for $20?
D)isturb-)1ing Elem~ent-Th ree tons.
'leicacher-Tha,t 's wrong. Disturbing
Element-I know it is, but they will
do it just the same.-Tarvard Lam
The Letter Went.. ..
Mr's. Bliss-Here is a let ter I want
you to pos1)0t, dear. It is to my millin
or. count ermani(llg ani o4rder for a
Mr'. Bliss-Hlere; take this piece
of cord and tic both my hands behind
my back, so that I won't forget it.
TIhe young man spole bittierly,
''D)o you take me for a fool?'~.
' ''Oh, George,,'' she said, -''this is
no0 sudden!1 I''-Mfebphis Journal.
Those Russian oficeials who want
the D)uma dissolved are probably an
gry because the eeilid~g in the Tauride
p)alace fell too soon.
ON THE DIAMOND.
Newberry Plays Olemson On Local
Diamond Tomorrow After
Xewhery college will Oross bats with
lemIson (;n the local diamond tomuor
row afternoon. Tle gzamle will lie
-alled at 4 o'clock, and promises to
>e fast and hotly contested through
mit. Newberry has not lost a gamue
his season but has not yet played
iomson.The fans Wiho have watch
'd college base ball this season have
licked out Newberry as the pennant
vinner, bu(, while it may not be de
isive of the chambionship. a good
leal depends on the game tomorrow
ifteri7oon. For several years past
he gamnes bet ween Clemson and
iewherry have heen elosely contest
d, and tomrrow's contest Will not
e an exception. The local team is
ontident of victory, but Clemson will
ut fortih the het she has to def'at
he team that now stands best show
ig for the pennant.
It is probable the game tomorrow
fternoon will he witinessed by a
krge and enthusiastic erowd of lovers
f the great national sport.
The Newberry team is in Spartan
ur today and will play wofford on
he Spar anhur diamond this after
0on. The music testival is inl pro
reSS in Spartanhurg. and I large
rOV will in all probability wit::ess
he ga1 t1his afternoon.
COMON PLEAS COURT.
pecial Term Convenes On Monday,
Judge R. 0. Purdy Pre
A special term of the common pleas
aurt will convene on Monday. Judge
0. 0. Purdy. of Sumter, presiding.
'he regular tern several weeks ago,
will be recalled, was not held on
ecount of the disastrous fire which
adl (done great dam1a1e in Newberry
ily a few days before the court
h'llere are many Cases on the elfl
ndar for trial, and it is probable
hat the entire week will he taken up
hith jury cases. A meeting of the
ewherry bar was held yesterday af
ernoon to arrange a roster of cases
Scholarships at Newberry College.
President Scherer reports the estab
ishment of three more scholarships,
is follows: The Catherine Folk Schol
tiship. by Capt. H. 11. Folk; the C.
itulhern Scholarship, by the family
md friend; the C. C. Habenielit
scholarship, by Mrs. M. S. Haben
chit. her donation of $1,000 having at
eady been announced. This makes a
otal of ten new scholarships founded
luIing the current session in connee
ion with the Pearsons endownment
utheran Church Visitor.
Pure obstinacy often looks like
It is idle to talk about work to a
person -who regards this world sim
ply as a rest cure.
Impertinence is most amusing when
you are in nowise concerned.
Other people 's interest would be
more endurable if they didl not eon
flict with one's own.
TPhe bread of independence is often
distressingly shy of butter.
Equallity is an evanescent some
thing that your superiors ought to
observe and your inferiors oughtn 't
People who have no sense can 't do
the best they can.
There is not necessarily anything
allied to honesty in real estate. Nev
ertheless the possession of it often
impels its possessors to pay their
Sometimes when a man has been
done to a turn the turn is awvfully
swift and the comeback extremely
Responsibility often finds people1
too slippery to perch upon.
When a woman marries a man
for money tihe job is worth all she
'gets for it.
If Mr. Carnegie's clipping bureau
is working he must be wvondering as
to whether Auguistans knowV their
wants in the library line or not.
An amateur astronomer has seen a
new comet. As it happened in Mil
wau~kee wve are at liberty to guess
that thle cause wvas not whiskey.
A ghost in Farragut, Iown, fled
when a woman screamed. It is hlard
to decide wVhetherl this is a reflection
onl thme ghost or the woman's voice.
The London womanl wvho sees a vis
iod tof high blue splashed with pur
>le when Melba sings would probably
mave the monkeys if she heard Caruso.
THE PRIOE o OOTTON.
Anderson Farmers Sell Fourteen
Hundred Bales at Eleven and
Eleven and a Half Oents.
The following is taken frout the An
derson Daily lil of I Monday:
"1Mr. T. T. Wakeflld, president of
the County F1armt1ers' .lion, last week
sold about 1.400 bales of cotton be
longing to the farmers or the county,
whto ild beenl holding for bet ter pri
"'The price ranlged from 11 to 11
1-2 ents. One lot or several hun
dred haleso brglit 11 1-2 vents all
'Tis closes out about all of the last
seasons's rop that lh1s been held by
the farmlwArs of tile couity. Very lit
A t'armer inl this county. wito has
somtethin over one humb-ed hales of
it,. of't'ered it lst w%ieek t'or .10
This sal in Anldersonl is referred to
t'or tle reason that it is probable that.
the A1derson 'armetrs seenlred a bet
ter prie fot'r their cottoin ott aceount
ot' being org'anized aid selling it in
hlk. This fact alone stouild -be a 1
stiuillis anid an enleoulragement for
the farimlers o Newherry- to join tle
Farmers' l'tionl or the Cotton Asso
eiation, and is a delmon.str 'a t iont of
what ean hi done lby tinitod effort.
A eotton Iilch'llan of Newberry
stated on Wedneslay tlat Ie had
paid 11 eents for cotton on this mar
ket, hut it was a good 1rade of cot
ton, and that the priee rang-ed from
7 to 11 ee,nts. it is htardly pr-obable
that the entire lot otf 1400 hales sold
in Aidersoln wats of tle best grade.
Of course there is a difference in
price owing- to the difference in
-rade, but it does seem that the Ai
(derson farmers seentred the price they
did by virtue of their excellent or
MR. ALFRED B. WILLIAMS.
Will be Annual Orator at Meling of
At the recent meeting of the exe
entive committee of the State Press
association it was decided imanimons
ly to invite Mr. Alfred B. Wliliams
of Richmond to deliver the address
before the annual meeting of the as
sociation to be held in Charleston,
June 13 to 15. Last night Mr. Charles
M. Galloway, who acted as secretary
of the meeting, received the following
telegram from Mr. Williams:
''I appreciate the honor you do
me and accept with pleasure the op
portunity to meet again my old
Mr. Williams was in the newspaper
business in South Carolina for many
years. As editor of the Greenville
Daily News lie made the editorial col
umns of that paper read from one
end of the country to the other, and
some of his editorial writings were
classics indeed. Of recent years lie
has made his home in Richmond and
as editotr of The News Leader he has
b)ecome a wi'iter of nationa-l promin
Tribute of Respect.
Wheresas it hath pleased God in
his wise pi'ovidence to take from
among us otur esteemed co-laboret',
Mr'. N. R. Lester, be it Resolved,
1. That we bowv in humility to the
wiql of God, saying not my will but
thine beC done.
2. That in the death of 'Mr. Les
ter, St. Luke's E. L. church has lost
an effeient offeer -and the community
a useful citizen.
3. That wve extend our sincere sym
pathy to the bereaved family and as
suer them thtat God will comfort them
in all their sor'row and provide for
them thtroutgh their future journey of
4. Thtat these resolutions be record
edl in our Minte Book, sent to thte
boreaved family for their comfort,
and1 to the Luthteran Church Visitor,
lie Observe r, and The Hei'ald and.
News, for putblieation.
Secretary Church Council.
Prosperity, S. C., April 22, 1907.
DR. I. E. ORIMM
'Te wvell known eye sightt special
ist wuill be in Newberry ftrom Mon
day, April 29, to Wednesday, May 8,
positively no longer.
Dr. Crimm' does not need qny in
troduction to theo people of N'ewber
ry and Newborry county. His work
for the last seven (7) years in New
ber'ry speaks for itself.
If you have any trouble with your
eyes of failing sight, 'headache, don't
eail to call on Dr. Crimm.
All glasses at the most reasonable
prices. Examination rree. Offie over4
old post offie.
The Local Market.
0eat................ 9 .to 12
1ams .. .. .... .... .. 16 to 18
Best Lard ...............13
Best N. 0. Molasses ......60 to 7C
)ood M. 0. Molasses 35 to 40
orn ...... .... .. .... 80
%tual .. .. .. .. .... .... 75 to 80
ffixed Chicken Food .... 90
Flay ..............1.35 to 1.50
[st. Patent Flour ......4.50 to 5.00
Ind Patent Flour ......4.00 to 4.40
lood Ordinary Flour....3.50 to 4.00
3ugar .... .... .... ... 51-2
Rice .... ........ ... 5 to8 1-3
Dofeot Roasted .... 5......1
.offee, Green .. .. .. .. 10 to 20
Jot ton Seed meal 1.40
Poultry .......... 10c. lb.
Pens ....... ........... 2.00
JAMES K. GILDER,
AlIce in front room over post office,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
I CENTA WORD.
0io advertisement taken for less
han 25 ceuts,
'WE WISH to a(Vise -contradtors,
builders, and owners that we have
goud br(k for prompt ship'nient.
Our. cap-ct' is thirty-five to forty
thousinid per diy. Siuimtr' Brick
Works, Sumter, S. f.11
TOTICE TO THE NEWBERRY
tlre. Losers-I am prepared to fur
ish you shingles and ceiling, floor
ing and all kinds of rough stuff,
.all of yellow heart pine. I also
would like to give you a bid o
your building. I use nothing bu
yellow heart pine in my work. Al
n%ork - guarantaed. Send plans t
Box 92, Leesville, S. C.
WANTED-Our customers to know
that we are again open for business
at our same old stand with a clean
new stock of fresh groceries. Phone
us your orders, Phone 205.
lm. Hayes & Co.
100,000 No. 2. SHINGLES AT $2.25
on ground. Guaranteed.
A. B. Summer,
it. Chappells, S. C.
6.UMBER FOR BUILDING purposes
rough or dressed. Prompt delivery.
Write M. J. Ham, Prosperity, S. C.
IREENWOOD LUMBER and Boh
bin Mfg. Co.,. Greenwood, S. C.
Manufacturers of doors, sash, )
blinds, flooring, ceiling, moulding
etc. Mill work a specialty.
BEFORE BUYING or selling a fa
or any property, write The Caroli;~
Realty and Trust Company,
tf 2taw. Bishopville, S. C.1
FOR SALE--Thir.ty or forty thous-\
a"I .feet yellow pine ceiling and
flooring, ready to puLt up. $17.00
per thousand feet f. o. b. LeesviPe,
S. C. Bill around, framing sized,
$15.50 per 1000.
Leesville Lumber Cn..
Leesville, S. C.
ARCHITBCT AND CONTRACTOR
I want to bid onl your architect and
contract work, I have the latest do
signs of all buildings. Address to
A. & C. care The Herald and News.
We will take Cotton SEed in er
change for our Eigh Oared Cotto
Seed Meal or Hulls, or for cash, u
til May 15th.
Little Mountain Oil Mill and
FARROW'S BARBER SHOP
tempor'arily localted uipst airs
the C. & Cl. S. Mower~ Compa.
store3 on Main street. 'We resj ,
fully ask a share of your paf
LOST-2Two s.hall p)igs seven e
0old. Onei short tail black pig
black spottedl pig. Any infor
The people who blame the(
land woman for giving up a:r
aire husband to go on the sa
chorus girl, should not be so'
Perhaps'they never saw the h
It would be a sad commen~
Roosevelt and Carnegie shouhr
quarreling over the righteous