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Tn Movomionts of Many People
Nfewberrians and Those Who
Thle counlty I.allizers or lthe For
mIrS' lio, will Ieet with the lutl
Qri,for. Nowaf tlionl this, Tuesday, at
tern,ton it :1 W'clovk mn iumortant
ilivless. A ill fill-11-out of the
members is urged.
Miss illiire(I Simmons, who has
beenl tevalchinl". sllool inl teil Sumter
. 111raded schlool, relturnedI hlomle onl Sat
,11isses Sadie Cook and Nettie
Mroore, of, Columia,l spenit .1undaliy
11114 .\iordaY witi 41iss Leila Fulmer.
Aliss 11ary aCrwile nirlHiol, who
teaches sciool in Orangebuirg, hias re
There will he iwn:chinl l, inBsh
Rfiver ilwxt Sindar. at 11 o'clock by
Rev. 0. .\. i1ht.
.*I s. .1. .\. Iniet a M iss Dlorw
I f IIIIV i I 1 re at i vi 11 fs. oI
Innw Sailay fill Maon. ( iimrF
a . w v I eI r e t l w y *v s l i v . s e v e r a I%l v t o w e e k s . *
A1iss Sarah lii h l inoin retu s I 1rnvi Sat
ur1day fmIl41 16It1imre, where sheo has
The \William 1.4-1viCape... )
C. will mlee l wilh .Mi 's e1 F llers
oil We ielsdia v nFiernmin 11f 5 )'clcke
. h1 1V mI r lh rI , 11 Ill' d it) 11tht i.
lir. C. IL Kilrv is in tIhe eit oN.mt
a visit to4 relalives beforo (an- to
Nvw Ylork toI kake .1 -Ieial emoursv.
Dr. Kihler has bwell practivingl inl
W es* t' \iri.lin. billu 44-vit e ted I , 1 .ake
po,I - dwk :;'i n re lY rv
ev lf'fis d -.111'1h.f' It l oa.d E ft 11is
class at t IhI . \ li . 11 1i i al ol
--Thev State. o
i r. . 11M. I . It . M i I
nil 1'. \1'rs hav!. '-wiv I G 1d a e fu nioun
st t ill Lower iain street inl one of,
111 st-1-clon -I lls i l heo nIllerie ' huili
1 I11 1*1 -vt ,III -!v- by .\tr. I. Itin.
\Ir. .1 . \\I Ii 'i I ofAt- U 4 I f
A.r nQ . i :Iii .\lr.: i', .f N -
I''.m:r oLephl:.-rs. 1;.hvol ben.I,
il I Ilwir i t Alt. ma(l1 .\ Is. S .
K . 111mn-ziit. H.M I. okli!.Ilht a
spent S1:ll%' wit l hIis palltrel t ine thle
Ilis, M a y p i tl of ( ha11 pp111)lls i
vi-inl.. at NaNl' . A. Iiswain's.
Nlasters Hlohert and i save oue
sal leli y.ster an ftefl noons 1*1 Ntr
folk, whetre they: will .Join their par-1i
enis m l lake Intae Jamestown ex.
Mfrs. J1. C. Huniter, of Atlanta, anAl
Caer niece. liss Lila Clover, of Nash
ville, Tenn., are Itlhe Iuests o inr1s. F.
A. Rehutmper( all (lhe Fredlerick Hotel.
Aliss Clyde M'forrotv, g111h1liter. of
Mr. aI Mlrs. I. 11il. Moro1,1w, of i
Wi\t'lmire, is in helar,-e of the musie
delartilmetll of, tile Sonithernl Femill
busiess atii be eryc te,a if aneaking
of' the ll.ilriseslll''t i 'lhfr de t men ' till
feertfiment wasl'l ist clas rs i everyli
,aclar,a refet dmuh (reif
upon and trseherland punil(If thisMt
Thry-fouer Pstay ers ar in ~aSouth
Caolia yet Incease-Newhpaent
ryun tim s to $2.200Cbptz. Ml
Iasnever ell, huwt God saarit to
taher s0y dfrmnthi tord ofa
Ithi-our toiistmastiers5 inoute. ar
olitale b incraed t e increase.
thilgrim theNewery osat tlie, rin
l' r ily morNewer.ilas
haveo aSoree delir ofmi ditini
mth o the' tofwkng Cadtton. h s
eswl enmeeda ela h
steesnaedad h nme lae
a t eah cre.I7h o e ti
THE UNION STATION.
Trains On New 0., N. & L. Track on
June 1-Old Depot Moved
Ile (C.. N. L. 'an its passenger
trairs ove'r the liew trestle oil Sattu
lY and tie liltioll. station hef-aie
iprativ' OI the [irst (1f the month
w.i .ll v. (I. L. lRobinlson as union sta
tion master and tic.ket agent.
The umbrella slieds have not yet
beent pul mlp but President Childs isi
iaving all the street a-rouid macada
Imiized and filled aid leveled ofi i and
Lie appearance of the grounds as well
ais ite accommodation aind Conven-i
ience of -passengers will be greatly .
The Olh passenller stationl of tihe I
1'.. N. & L. will be moved to. High
oiti and reniodeltd ain<t chlanged
I'r a resi't'ide e I'or lie seelion niaster. I
'Hsener now _ 01in onVilhier road t
Vill list. the Sotendepot for lhel
uImIhase oIf tivkvts as well as the
-hee'tk ing itt' bagage.
\When ile inmprovtivils, whicI are
11 progress. are completed, teit a- I
"kilenwnl will he as con veen t anld
le- appe.1aran114e will bev as good als
Vte Poul evpect. .1114 vertainly will
14-101m dathl I lit. I I'ave lill~ piblic at 'l
(-whtrr hol' some hile.
Thotrn. are siile improvements,
wever, 1 which lit' railroads should
Iiake inl tile piesent depot. These, it h
Pre1sumdIII1,. will I m(. ilade as tile de- p
oia:1i4 for Iitem is seen by tle rail
o pIople. One 1thing. Ilat ouIht to j
-V done. litwever. at onee is t:he puit
inl-- inl of1 a tele-phonle. With1 the sta
I tnter, wh, Iiis at the tick
t 'lir 1all 111 , while, it wouild e 1
ry liitle tmrouble l'or him to aniiswer
hi pioie as to the arrival of, his
r a inIt.1 and pe rsonIIs. who are -(oing
I W:Iy, c1onih1l th i.s save lont waits at
i dep ot it' ti(y\ were ia.viseod as to (
lIe lateiiess ot any train before o-l- a
il-.. The people tif New-b(*ry shouild\
'i-it u t~i n-4 Iwo iouils putti-._- inl
'14lephone1m. at Ilte pssenger office.
-1 h,rwi-v Ihoty will netver. he able (o4)
weri' l l wilvilli.er 1-.ills are late or
I uitin111t 11in t ilt e depot. Thlis b)
Itir sliIdhl bo aitended to at once- t,
Music Recital. r
Tli 1usit. Iupil., (of Alts. Susie E.
laltiwaiiger 4ave a recital oin Friday
'VViIng in the parlors of Air. C. E. i:
nw's resitlene. O:uly a few per- to
-Olls wIT Pieseit, but the lpuIpils
hi41wed careflul and painstaking train
11- andit the entertainment was very| v
mlelh en,ioyed. The Program'llIl is WiVenll
After thie lt recital lighl refreshments h
Vere servel and tle evening was Veiry
Piano. solo-Valse. Villageoise- h
(mohler-R-Iosalie Summer. t
Piano duett-01p. 37-Wolfahirt- f,
-:ate aid Rosalie Summer.
Piano solo-Old Mill Wheel-Dietz
V'iolin solo - Romance-Danhe -
Piano solo - Valse Mignonne -
Pianio solo-Shepp)herd Boy--Sith
P ianio solLse Blamt ter-K(olling
Violin solo--Flotwer Songi-Lnge
i a: 'too--ast er' Daisy-Beau
ion t-N ate SumimTier.
Viol in soi llo-Schuiimmierlied-H~oot h
Piano solt,-Mtonasteiry Bells-Wely
I'iant solo-Se'ond~ \alse-(todard
Vjiioin Dunett--Pettlite cValse-Van
Ilddeghrnu-.Aslhy Dav'enport andt.
Captured the Contraband. r
bregallons' of whliiskey from HIenry~ e
l'ur'neir and a smiall qua ntit y frome
ltiei't Brooks. inegroe(s who live ate
[elena, andit who have b)een r'ep)orted (
hiavinug sold( whIiskey. The whiskey i
as shippedt't to Silvei' Stre'et. There| u'
noit sulIlicienit ev idenc(e upon which ~t
ohave thlese paritit's arr'ested, but
ic whiskey will be hecld. for thirty
hays, as the law~ priovides, and dur'ing
hiat,,time it' the par'ties are not guilty
I selling contriabanid whiskey, they I
ill hiave thle iighit, to make alplica
tion for its return. As statel biefor'e,
o applicationis have been made for
the return of whiskey that has beeni
iAzed by the sher'iff', which is prettya
strionig ev~idencee thait, lie has not seiz
id any wlihi wias ordered for person
Johin 1). Rlockefeller 's baiber' is
s,i.1 to be wort.h $100,000. Perhaps
.John D). taught him the shavihi
DOL. W. H. HUNT TO"1101LLE
ro Hold Regular orimilal Court
Illness in Judge Wattio .)allily.
Chief .1istice Y. -J. Pope o. Su
lay fele raplled to (101. W. H1. 1lannt,
Ir the Newberry bar, that (or. An
e.l had appointed him to hold the
regular term of the criminal court at
AI)eville this week and that. his
1011mm11lission had been forwarded di
eet to Ahbeville. Judge Watts, wll
s tle rgIIlar judge in t-he cirueit
1his time, was prevented froml goil*
o Abbeville on account of the criti
-Pa1 illness of his brother 'and Col.
-1unt was appointed, the first inti
nlatioll to hii of his appointment
>eing the telegram from Chio Jus
Col. Ilin.t lIt yesterday lmorning
or Ahheville and is holding court
here this week.
Thero is one case at Abbeville
dhichl is (df conlsidlerable imlpor-tanlce
ild Ilat is lnowln as the 1Harmi11onl
'ase for mnirler, which ihlls had one
rial anid resulted in a mistrial. The
arties are white and the plea of self
.efense is entered. and they also put
i the plea of the unvritto'!, 1a w.
'lie other eases to be tried are those
I a'Iaiul t a Il hat I ery a Id minor of
Coi. ('o). IHuint is popular is i
Idge with the bars where he ha.s
e-Id spevial court and if lie would
ermitt he use of his name woui Ie
f'ormitidale opponent for a re-ulair
'RANK YOUNGBLOOD'S PHOTO.
[aj. T. H. Meighan Has Had a Num
ber of Copies Made From
Maj. T. 1I. Mei-lian. eashier of the
1ar114tinu-a National hank. has had made
1111number of photog-rapns of Franlk
41nn11--bloild. the yotinn. mian who de
Iauld(ed balnks ail the Western 1,ii-1
im Tele-ra ph eoipany aid rolbhed
youn1 maui niamed Crooks.
Thm p.ho I tograph represeits Youn1l
odt as iim alto player inl the band at
ie Xewherry Yotton mill and is re
rodnieed froilm a --rroulp picture. Tt
said to he a vtery good likeness.
Youn.Iflool was at one time a loeo
otive l'firemanand on one of hisaims
- tattooed some fi.ure with the let
Mrs " B. L. B''- llrotherhood of Lo
As yet there is no elue to the
ilereahouts of Youngblool. Maj.
lei-han has received a letter inti
lating that lie would make more
eadway toward arresting Young
lood if lie would offer a reward.
While no reward has been offered,
Iaj. Meighaii has told certain par
es that he would give them $100
r t'he arrest of Youngblood.
Mtan maximum 81.5.
Mean mimimumn 59.1.
Maximum 91, date 19th and 20th.
Minimum 49, (late 28th.
Greatest (hily range 39.
Tot al (.38 iniehes.
Greatest in 24 hours 1.65; (late 31,
umber~ of days
With .01 inch or more precipitation
c'lear 10, faiir 12, cloudy 9.
Thunder storms 2. 3, 6. 8, 25. 26, 31.
Itainifall 5 months 17.25 inches.
W. G. Peterson,
C'oope rat ive Observer.
WILL NOT BE PRESENT
t Commencement-President Schmer..
er of Newberry College Detain
ed on Return.
President James A. B. Schecrer, of
rewherr'y college, wvho some w"eeks
ago went to Romie nud other p)laces
f interest on Ithe cont.inenut, wvill not
eturini in time to b)e present at the
immnenentI exercises of Newberry
ollege. Prqf. A. J. Bowers, wh'lo is
hairmnan of the faculty, will have
baruge of the exercises Incident .to'
(Immencement week. The pr'ogram
a pirint'ed elsewhere in this paper
ud( oni Tuesday afternoon from 4 to
(I'clocik will be the gy.nasium exhibi
TIhue railroads will give the usual re
lue(tioni in rates for commencement
isitors of 1 1-3 fare ph~is 25 cents
or the round trip.
M. Sam B3. Jones has just install d
n his store in Caldwvell street t ae
eiy latest improved soda founta n
vilh all up-to-date and modern app'
meies and sanitary precautions.- It .s
I v'eiy hiandlsome piece of furnittu'0
and no0 doubit this cafe will be a i
mIir resort during the hot summ r
sv'eingis. Mr. Jones will also, ser 0
le very -best ice cream to goth r
rith the soft drinks from this mag -
The Commencement Exercises Begi
Next Sunday-A Large Gradu
A nother commencement season I
uponl Its. The years come and g
very raI)idly and year atter year th
colleges are sending forth youn
imieni and youlg woimieni to enter th
real a::d stern duties of life. It seem
blit a little while since those of n
who have been at work for a quat
ter of a century said our little com
incement speeches and wient fort
to revolutionize the world and w
have been ar it ever since and hav
not done much revolutionizing, but i
is -well to start out with a determina
tion to do sometihing. The world tc
(lay is wanti.ng a boy imd a girl wh
can <do tiings. There rs plenty o
room for all sneh.
The. eommncenment at Newberr,
be'gins on next Sunday morning an<
t.he exere.ises will be held in ti
opera house. There -will be no ser
vices in any of the churches and al
the town will join in the conminenee
The first commenvement after (hi
college returned to Newberry in 187
was beld in the court house. Look
in-r backward that does not. seem s<
long ago but to the young man nov
at. col-lepe looking forward tihirt.
years is a long time.
'he bacealaireate sermon will bi
prealced next Sunday morn.ing at 11
'lock in. the opera house by tl
Iver. C. Armand Miller of New Yorl
The address to tlie students or
Snilday night will be delivered by
tilie Rev. clef). H. Cornelson, of Con.
cord, N. C.
Monday niiht the oratorical con.
test by (le memibers of t.he junio
class will be beld. The preliminari
(olntest inl wliech all t.he me.mhber
paticipiated was held last .weeck an
eight. were selected to enter lie con.
test at (lie commenemenit. The Col.
lowiv. X were chosen:
J1. Moody% Bedenbatth.i ''Thle -Idea
J. viiliami Cappelhmnan. '' As Mon.
Vy Our God."
Rufui.s I. Geiger, "h''le Souti's In.
dustrial A waken ing."
Tahor 11. Hill, "Common Sclioo
E.dueationi-The Hope of Our Na.
J. Irby Koon, "The Foundation
of America's True Grea.ness."
Jino. B. Moose. "I'lie Hand of Des.
tiny in our National Development.'
B. E. Petrea, "Westward the Stat
of Empire Takes its Way.''
Virgil H. Sense. ''Time Grilling ol
A gold medal is offered to the sue
The alumni address will be deliv.
ered on Tuesday morning at 11
o'clock by the Rev Virgil Y. Booz.
er, of Salisbury, N. C.
The address before the literarg
societies will be delivered on Tutes.
d-ay night by the Hon. Jno. D. Cap
pelmann, of Charleston,
Wednesday morning the regulai
commencement exercises wdll be held
A musical recital will be given al
the Newberry oper~a -house on the ev.
ening of .June 5, for the beneflt of th(
Presbyterian church uinder the aums
piees of (lie Ladies, Aid Society an(
the Young Ladies' B3enevol en t socie
1ty. The entertainment will be giver
b)y the following young ladies fron
Miss D)elle Brantly hand, pianist
Miss Miller, soprano; and Miss Mer
ial Black, violinist.
Concert given, for the benefit of th<
P.resbyterian church by
Miss Sara Spang ililer-Soprano
Miss Merial Black-Violinist.
Miss 1)elle Bran.tley Land-Ac
1. (.a) '".Sunmmner" -Chamninard.
(b)) ''Swee.t;heart "'-ynes.
2. ''Fiddle anid TI" -Gooden.
3. Violin-(a) "The Son of Puz
(b) "'Romani Italienne-Terschiak.
4. (a) "'-Sunbeams"'-Ronald.
.(b) ''A dream"-'-Bartlett..
(e) '"When the Birds go Nort1
"The Gingerbread Man'"---Oay
5. Violin (a) "Meditation "-Fan
6. (a) "0 Fair and Sweot an
(b) ''May Morning'"-Dauza.
(c~) "T.he Dawn."
(d) '-' A Lesson with Fain."'
BAIL GRANTED ARMSTRONG.
a Judge J. 0. Klugh Grants Bhil to
Armstrong in the Sum of
Special Hoi'hld and News.
Abbeville, S. C., June 3.-Appli
c ation was made today before Judge
J. C. K[ugh at his, chambers for bail
e for C. C. Armstrong, now in the New
s berry jail on the charge of murder.:
APter hearing the petition read Judge
Klugh granted bail to Armstrong in'
the stun of $1,000.
J. K. A.
t DEATH OF M. JAB. M. EPTING.
2 Member of House From Lexington
Died in Brookland.
1r. James l. Epting, a member
of 1he house of repesentatives fromt
Lexinwgto olinty, died last night
a unexpectedly at his home in Brook
- land. Mr. Epting was 32 years of
age anid was born at Pine Ridge, in
. Lexingtonl and was :. graduate of
Newberry college, wihere lie won sev
e eral honors. After teaching for sev
eral years, lie engaged in farming
and was elected to t.he legislature in
1904. During his terns in the house
lie ardently supported compulsory
education, holding thait the trustees
of each school district could enforce
a law of tihis kind just as they man
age the distribution of the school
Hle is survived by his wife, who
was Miss Lybrand of Lexington, and
on1e child a:nd several other relatives.
Tlhe ftuneral will bel held tomorrow
iornin at, Macedonia Lutheran
cliureli and the interment will be in
tihe churchyard.-The State, June 3.
Mr. Epting had many friends in
Newberry .who will be pained to hear
of his death.
Jury For First Week Civil Court.
The .jurors drawn on Friday for
the (irst week of the civil court are
V. E. Pugh.
C. L. WVilsonl.
T. fi. Sheelv.
B. C. 111att'lews.
J. P. Blair, Jr.
G. Y. Dickert.
B. Mf. D. Livingston.
L. D. Abilams.
J. Cal. Cook.
J. WV. Dickert.
G. B. Summer.
J. M. Guin.
A. M. Lester.
G. W. Farr.
J)aCob B. Cook.
A. B. Peister.
E. L. Halfacre.
D. L. McCullough.
B. E. Dawkins.
J. N. Feagle.
WV. WV. Spearman.
Pierce F. Boozer.
J5. M. Bickley.
R. C. Carlisle, Jr.
(1. F. Abrams.
,Joshu W. Linder.
E. C. Folk.
J. A. Caldwell.
P. F. Baxter.
B. T.1 Young.
Ct. A. Addv.
J. RI. Boulware.
J>no. A. Bush.
Death of Mrs. Mary Lipscomb,
Mrs. Mary Lipseomb, widowv of the
late Millege B. Lipscomb and former
ly Miss Mary Motte, died at the home
of her brother, Mr. E. S. Motte 'in
Columbia yesterday morning and bur..
ial will b~e had at Ninety Six today.
OUR NEW and up-to-date soda foun
tain is in place and we are ready
to supply the public with the very,
best drinks and Ice Cream that can
DRINK at the new fountain at Jones'
ICE CREAM SERVED AT
LOST OR STOLEN-Open face gold
wvatch stem winder--Finder will be
1 liberally rewarded ifs returned to
E. M. Ev ans. tf.
- THE COLDEST AND PUREST
drinks are dispersed from our new
- fountain at Jones' Restaurant.
DON'T FAIL TO HAVE YOUJR
I photogra.phs taken this week, as the
Pinig Pong studio closes at Pros.
perity, S. C., June 8th, 24 pictures
25 cents, cabinets, $2.50 per dozen.
THE BEST ICE CREAM served at
A.,UV0qL4aVf UULAV -) JUVff,
The Local Market.
Meat.. .. .. .. .. .... to 12
Hums .. .. .... .... .. 16 to i
Best Lard............. 18
Best N. 0. Molasses .. ....60Oto 70
Good M. 0. Molasse.i 35 to 40
Corn ................ 80
Meal ................75 to 80
Mixed Chicken Food .... 90
Hay ........ ......35 to 1.50
Ist Patent Flour ......4.50 to 5.00
2nd Patent Flour .. ..4.00 to 4.40
Good Ordinary Flour....3.50 to 4.00
Sugar .... .... ...... 5 1-2
Rice .......... ... 5 to 8 1-3
Coffee Roasted .... .....15
Coffee, Green .. .. .. .. 10 to 20
Cotton Seed meal 1.40
Poultry .-........ 10c. lb.
Peas .. .. .. .. ......... 2.00
First Class Laundry Work.
Best In the South.
Newberry, S. C.
g4o advertisement taken for less
han 25 cents.
WANTEIP-Pupils in . stenogitaphy.
Pittiman system taught.
Miss Oehiese Williamson.
3TIEFP GRAND PIANO for sale.
Rev. J. L. Williamson.
POR SAIE-Milch cow 7-8 Jersey,
calf three weeks old. Kind and gen
tie, m-ilk very rich. Halter broken.
R. C. Maybin.
WANTED-Traveler, for old-estab
lished Ilouse, with large capital.
Line suitable for cither lady or
""entlemianl. E.xperiecee tuniecessary.
$12 weekly to start. Expeiises ad
vaneed. Address Geo. Clows, New
berry, S. C.
ffe Solicit patronage of ladies for
pure soda water and dAicious Ice
Cream served at Jones' Restaur
building. Respectfully tenders his
professional services to citizens of
Newberry and surrounding coun
try. Calls responded to promptly
day or night. Residence, Boyce st.
fOTIOE-All persons are hereby
warned not to hire or harbor my
son Macy, who has left my home.
He is under age.
iTOPI THINK! Cotton is still king.
Buy real estate. We have desir
ab)le property for sale in town and
country. See us before selling or
buying. Wheeler and Dominick,
Real Estate Agents,
Omeie Wheeler Building, Prosper
ity, S. C.
N!ANTED--The public to know that
I am saaving sonme fine timber, and
am prepared to fill your orders on
short notice. Spec.ial bills cut to
order. It will pay you to see me
before you p)lace your orders, you
can find me at Summer Bros., New
b)erry, S. C. WY. S. Spearman.
1REENWOOD LUMBER and Bob
bin Mfg. Co.,. Greenwood, S. C.
Manu facturers of doors, sash,
blinds, flooring, ceiling, mouldings,
etc. Mill work a specialty.
BEFORE BUYING or selling a farm
or any property, wvrite The Carolina
Realty and Trust Company,
Bishopville, S. C.
P'OR SALE-Thirty or foi'ty thous
and feet yellow pine ceiling and
flooring, ready to p)ut up, $17.00
per thousand feet f. o. b. Leesville,
S. C. Bill around, framing sized,
$15.50 per 1000.
Leesville Lumber Co.,
Leesville, S. C.
WANTED-Your orders for lime and
cement. The best the market af
fords. A large stock always on
hand. Send us your orders.
WANTED-The public to know that
we have just received a fresh sup
ply of poultry feed. -Every body
that has used our Purnia feed
praises it. None better. Give us a
1taw 4t Sufmmero s.u