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The Movements of Many Pec
Newberrians and Those Who
Col. J. C. S. Brown spent a
-davs in Clinton last week.
Miss Sallie Bell Buford left
week for Winthrop college.
Miss Carrie Jones will entert
the Bachelor Maids this afternoon
frhere will be an entertairm
for the Home Department of the':
theran Church of the Redeemer
Cie church grounds next Thursi
afternooin at 4.30 o'clock. The lac
-of the church and the Sunday seb
'invited. A few short talk,. Ice er:
and cake will be served.
There will be preaching by-the R
A. H. Best next Sunday at Trinity
11 a. m., and at Dominick sch
house at 4 p. m.
Prof. W. C. Bynum left Saturi
for Georgetown, where he will ta.
'in the graded school.
1iss Fannie Leavell is visiting
latives in Georgia.,
'Mrs. Bettie Clark left on Fri(
Ior Spartanburg to spend some tii
LMr. H. H. Evans and Miss Ge
-iieve Evans have returned from
Mr. Robert Holmes will leave t
week for South Carolina Universi
Misses Alice Aull, Pauline Pe
and Annie Green will leave tomori
for the College for Women, Columi
Miss Adeline Johnstone left y
terday for Converse College.
Miss Jessie Workman, after an
tended visit to her parents at Chi
pells, has returned to Birmingh,
Ala., where she has been emplo:
2s stenographer and bookkeeper
the Nash Foundry Supply Co.
the past three years.
On account of the meeting at
Lutheran church for children n
Sunday afternoon, the Central S
lay school will assemble at 2
promptly to get their literature
Rev W. P. Yarborough will begi
2neeting with Rev. Foster Speer
'Whitmire, S. C., in the M. E. Chut
on the 29th of September and e
tinue for one week. He will be a
Rev. J. T. Miller at 0O'Neall Sti
~ehnich in Newberry, S. C., from
713th to the 21st of October.
D)r. J. D. Timmons has removed
dirug business to Newberry, S. C.
as with regret .that we bid Dr. T
-mons -good bye and wish for him
lis new home all the success poss1~
3)ui-ing his stay here for some ye
~e'had made many warm friends 1
greatly regret to see him leav
'Mr. Theo. Lambry, of Spartanbt
has recently opened an up-to-d
candy store and - ice cream parlor
the old postoffice building. He
secured the services of Mr. Jai
Christos, an expert candy and
-cream maker, and everything is fr
and clean and the best of service
-most polite attention are assured
-who. -isit .his ice cream parlor. He
-so keeps on hand all kinds of seas
'Mrs. gt A He'nderson and her
'left yesterday for ,the Jainestown
sFellers & Morgan make' an imp<
ant announcement in this issue
those, who desire to purchase sh
.ad gen~ t's furnishings.
Hair and Havird.
-We desire to direct attention t6
-sanouncement in this 'paper of
~large dry goods and millinery est
7lishment of Hair and Havird. 3
-will always find this firm in
-mnarket for the latest and most s
-senable and fashionable goods in ti
line. In their millinery departm
Mrs. Hair has again secured the
- .istance of Miss Katheryne Flourr
'who has made many friends am
the ladies of this community.
ask you to notice the especially
prices, which are quoted by this f
- Something New.
At the top of page 3 of The Hei
and News you will find an interesi
adverfisement signed Mayes D
Store, 'but it has reference partieu
ly to Huiet 's All Healing Liniu
for both internal and external use
Dr. Huiet is now one of the leai
:members of the Palmetto Drug C
-pany, of Union, and his linim
though new, has very strong endo
ment from people who have used
A few of these endorsements arei
en in this issue of the paper. TI
who desire to try the liniment,
-fnd it on sale at Mayes' Drug St
Let the best omen be our et
ple Opening Yesterday With Over Four
Hundred in Boundary Street
lew The Newberry graded schools open
ed yesterday morning. Th4 enroll
ast ment in the Bounilary street school
was sonetLing over four hundred.
ain Superintendent W. A. Stuckey has
at kindly furnished us with a list of the
teachers and the grades assigned and
ent the number of pupils for each teacher
Lu- in the Boundary street school, but he
on has not given the teachers or the pu
lay pils in the West End school nor in
isthe Hoge schaool.
The following is the assignment of
teachers together with the number of
pupils in each department in the
Boundary street school:
ev. Grade 1, Mrs. W. Y. Fair, pupils,
ool Grade 2, Miss Gertrude Simpson,
lay Grade 3, (section A) Miss Mary
ch Burton, pupils, 30.
Grades 3 and 4, (section B) Miss
re- Gertrude Reeder, pupils, 34.
Grade 4, (section A) Miss Genevie
lay ve Boozer, pupils, 32.
ne. Grade 5, (section A) Miss Linda
ne- Welch, pupils, 36.
kt- Grade 5 and 6, (section B) Miss
Mary Lou Bowers, pupils, 27.
.i Grade 6, (section A) Miss Jeanne
Pelham, pupils, 35.
ty, Grade 7, Miss Helen Smith,. pupils,
cry Grade 8, Miss Lola Lake, pupils, 32.
oa Grades 9 and 10, Miss Martha
lia. Johnstone, pupils, 37.
ANNUAL CONVENTION W. C. T. U.
lp- Will Meet in Newberry This Week
Lm, -Interesting Program-Dele
red gates Entertained.
for The twentyfourth annual conven
tion of the South Carolina Women's
the Christian Temperance Union will
ext convene in Newberry in Central Meth
.0 odist church on Saturday morning,
.30 September 28, and continue through
for Tuesday, October 1. In Friday's pa
per we will give the program for the
2 meetings. The program of Sat
aurday con sists of an address of
welcome in behalf of the city by the
-Hon. George S. Mower.
An address in behalf of the busi
he ness men by Dr. W. E.~Pelham.
h An addres for the churches by Dr.
hi D. G. Phillips.
hs An address for the local W. C. T.
It U. by Mrs. M. A. Carlisle.
inAn address for the L. T. L. by Miss
ale ~The response for the State W. C. T.
U.O will be made by Mrs. Annie G.
A feature of the session on Sat
nrday will be an address by Mrs.
HTarris Armor. state president of the
- Geor2ia W. C. T. UT.
ma :1There will be about sixty delegates
nes nattendance upon this convention,
ne who will be entertained in the pri
svate homes of the citizens of Newber
alOn Sunday morning all .the church
eswill be closed and unite in a un
aIion service with the convention at
o- the Lutheran.church, when an address
wo il be deliverted by the Hon. Dr.
xGeorge B. Cromer.
e Sunday-evening an address will be
r-delivered by Mrs. Mary Harris Ar
oes O Disturbing the Peace.
O.Satuiday nig|ht about 10
o'clock Magistrate C. G. Blease re
the eived a phone message from the resi
tdence of Mrs. R. L. Schumpert, who
lives about four or five miles south of
rNewberry, that a negro man by the
hname of Isaac McMeekin was drunk
and making threats of violence, and
trasked that Mr. Blease come out and
erhave him arrested. Mr. Blease imme
en diately secured his constable, Mr. J.
a-H. Chappell, and they hurried to Mrs.
ySchumpert 's, but on arrival found
Sthat the negro had made his escape.
oThey decided to remain during the
rnight thinking probably that he
would turn up next morning, but he
did not and they came back to town.
Sunday afternoon it was again report
ald ed that he was in the neighborhood,
-,and Constable Chappell returned to
m'g the scene, but was unable to find him.
I1A warrant has been issured for his
Ltarrest on the charge of disturbing
"And Horns of a Dilemma.
ent, n madame will wear only three
rse- gowns in this opera?''
it. "Only three gowns, one to an act,''
giv.- answered the prima donna sadly. "It
tose was either that, or have some one else
will occupy the center of the stage while
ore. I changed.''
aun- At the present time France is trou
bldwith an over-production of wine.
SHOOTING INTO TRAIN.
Butler Holt in Jail on the Charge- 1
Shot Into Work Train on aSt
Mr. Butler Holt is in the Newberry
jail on the char-e of shooting into (
the train on the C.. N. & L road near
the water -tank on Saturday iiight. It 11
was a work train and not a regular
passenger train. He was arrested on b
warrant by Policeman J. B. Lee, d
near the Mollohon mill Saturday r
ni.ht about 10 o'clock. No one was (
injured, but it understood that he v
shot several holes iirto the tender of a
the engine. e
When seen at the jail Mr. Holt
said he had no recollection whatever 4
of bein- near the engine. or of doing c
the shooting. He was. probably un- 1
der the influence of whiskey, and does a
not recall what he did. The offense is n
a very serious one, and he will, pro- s
bably, have to pay for it at the ses- g
sions court, which will meet here on c
the fourth day of November.
Mr. Holt will be reealled as the b
same man, who was connected with t<
the Miaude Allen case, but in which b
case there was no evidence prGduced d
to show that he had anything to do
OPENING DAY. o
The Millinery Stores of Newberryg
Invite the Ladies to Call on P
Thursday, September 26, has been s,
decided upon as opening day for the t
fall millinery in Newberry.
The ladies of Newberry and sur- tj
rounding country know what these
opening days mean in Newberry, and r
we have no doubt that the Mower e:
Company, Caldwell & Haltiwanger, j
Mimnaugh and Hair & Havird will be E
kept busy on Thursday showing and ]
fitting many new creations in mil- s,
linery for this season. The display
of the latest styles and shapes may ]
be seen at all of these Newberry mil- I
linery establishments in their best 0
array on Thursday. Of course the la- 1
dies will be out and will not forget (
that this is opening day for all four i
of these millinery places.1
Mr. E. L. Balies, of' the Bee Hive, I
who suffered a small fire about ten P
days ago, has adjustedthie'as with
the several companies, in which he d
carried insurance. The -companies fi
were represented by Norwood and
Tyree, S. P. Boozer and J-ohn Scott,
as local agents, and the loss was ad
justed by Mr. 0. E. Johnson, of ~
Beginning this morning Mr. Bailet
will put on sale all of the' damaged.
stock consisting of clothing, odd
pants, and in addition to this, he has
reduced the price on a number of ~
other staple articles. His advertise
ment,may be found on page 2 of this
-Tribute of Respect.s
- Whereas .our heavenly Father in a
*his infinite love and .wisdomn has seen .h
fit to remove by death from our .com- a
munity Miss Leila .and little Carrie i
Baker and taken them to be with him
in heaven above, therefore be it re
First, That we bow reverently to
the will of him who doeth all thing p
well., - a
Second, That by their death we a
have lost two cheerful friends al- ~
though we are comforted with the
thought that our loss is their eternal '
Third, We extend our sympathies
to the bereaved family and pray C
God 's richest blessings upon them.
Miss Leila and little Ca7rrie were
gentle, sweet and kind to all and tho'
their earthly pilgrimage was short
they had scores of friends and loved
ones f,r whom they will anxiously
wait to greet in heaven.
Two precious girls from us are gone,
Two voices we loved are still,
Their places are vacant in their
Whieh never can be filled.
What happy hours we once enjoyed,
How sweet their memory still;
But they have left an aching void
This world can never fill.
'Tis hard to break the tender chord,
When love has bound it to the heart1
'Tis hard, so hard to speak the word
Must we forever parnt.
Sleep on dear girls,
And take your rest;
God called you home
And thought it best.1
A lm an one11.
REV. B. M. GRIER DEAD.
laster Central Methodist Churd
Dies After Brief Illness-Burial
in Orangeburg Tomorrow.
Rev. B. M. Grier. pastor of th
entral Methodist chureh, died a
he parsonage on ISunday night a
The Rev. Mr. Grier had been i:
ad health for some time, but he con
ucted his usual Wednesday evenini
rayer wneeting on last Wednesday
)n Thursday, however, he was so un
cell as to be forced to take his bed
nd gradually grew worse until th
nd eame Sunday night.
Besides his wife, who was Mis
'arrie Duke, he is survived by fou
iildren. one son and three dauoghter
Ir. Grier was serving his two year
s pastor of the church here and ha<
iade many friends in Newberry out
ide of his own denomination by hi
enial nature and christian walk an<
The burial will be had in Orange
urg on Wednesday, the exact timi
> be announced .later. The body wil
e taken to Orangeburg on the mid
ay train on the.Southern today.
The following sketch of Mr. Griei
taken from The State yesterday:
Rev. Benjamin Marion Grier, soi
f Rev. L. A. Grier and Mrs. Sarai
L. Grier, was born in 1858. He h-a(
ood training in the primary ani
reparatory schools in the rcc .ntr:
nd spent two years at Wofford col
ge. In these years he applied him
lf closely and by hard study lai(
1e foundation for future work.
From his boyhood Mr. Grier~fel
:at it was his duty to preach thi
ospel and in December, 1883, he wa
ceived on trial before the confer
nee, among those in his class beinl
ames E. Grier, S. J. Bethea, D. P
oyd, G. Pierce Watson, W. W
aniel and George R. Whitaker. H
Irved as follows:
Junior preacher with Rev. R. I
ouffie, on Blythewood circuit, 1884
outh Branchville circuit, 1885
range circuitfi 1886-88; Edisto circui
,89-92; Branchville circuit, 1892-94
,io circuit, 1897; Pacolet, 1898
lickory Grove, 1899; Providece
900-01 ;and at the time of his deati
ras serving the Newberry circuit.
He was a man of fine personal ap
earance, had a vigorous mind an<~
reahed with great acceptability.
He married Miss Carrie I. Duke
aughter of F. M. L. Duke of Fair
Will meet at Rutherford schoc
ouse on Saturday afternoon at
'lock, Septemiber 28. A full at
endance is desired.
Buys Interest in Newberry Firm.
Mr. Jas. B. Morgan, who has bee:
alesman with the Mutual Dry Good
o. of this place, since its organiza
ion, has resigned his position an<
*as gone to Newberry. Mr. Morga:
as bought interest in the firs of Fe]
ars & Morgan; which will handl
hoes and clothing. Mr. Morgan ha
large number of friends who regre
is departure, and who wish hit
inch success in his new position.
You will'and the largest assortmen
and prettiest designs in his line. Th
rices are right and the two floor
,re piled full of dry goods, shoes
nd clothing which were bought righ
nd will be sold right.
He is up-to-date in millinery a
yell as other lines and an exper
rimmer is there to serve you.
Note some of the prices which h
HE LADIES ARE INVITED to th
Mower Company on .Thursday t
inspect the beautiful display o
hats, which will be on exhibitior
-"My Name Is.''
Well, that doesn't matter. I'm jus
*he Book Store Man, Ready to se:
o school supplies, and you ought t
e ready to buy. Isn't it a relief t
nckle down to good, hard work agai
hor the opening of school means a It
if hard digging for you and me. Thi
Tear I want you to visit all of th
tores in town, and say: it's a might
ood idea to do that, then you wi
earn why it is to your advantage t
ome here and buy, your tablets, per
ils, slates, ink, pins, compo3itio
>oks, book satchels, pencils boxe:
~rasers, lunch baskets, good qualit
rapon 15 cents, sterling qualit
rayon 10e, per box last but not leas
chool books. Don 't wait till the rus
o buy them, come early. I has
hem all in stock. There has been som
*hanges, but I know what book wi
e used. Come at once, all books so]
Mayes Book Store.
MUSICAL TOMORROW NIGHT
I For the Benelit of the Library Ass
ciation and State Reformatory
e As announced in Friday's pape
t the musical under the direction <
t the Woman's Club will be given c
Wednesday evening, September 25,
1 8.30 o'clock in Thalian Hall. The ei
- tertainment is for the benefit of tl
i library association and the State Ri
- Tickets on sale at the drug store
Gilder and Weeks. Children, 2Z
e Adults, 35 cents.
The following is the program, whic
s will be rendered:
r 1. "Let Music and Song be or
Pastime."-Stephen Glover. Mi
Carolyn Cromer, Misses Boozer, Mr
I W K. Sligh. Dr. A. J. Bowers, M
S. B. Jones. Accompaniment, Mrs.
1 2. "Instrumental Solo' '-Seht
man's Novellette in E. Major. Mih
3. Vocal Solo-" Farewell to Sun
I mer'--Noel Johnston. Mrs. J. I
4. IReading (,Selected). Dr. Georg
5. Vocal Solo (2) "My Heart m
Thy Sweet Voice"-Saint Saen:
(b). "Open They Blue Eyes."
t 6. "Tis Morn "--Giebel. Miss Cai
' olyn Cromer, Misses Boozer, Mr
-W. K. Sligh, Dr. A. J. -Bowers, M:
S. B. Jones.
7. Reading, ('Selected) Miss Bernie
8. Violin (a) Sextet from Don
zetti,-"Lucia di Lammermoor,
- (b) "Serenade."-0. Pierne. Mi;
Nannie McCaughrin, accompanimen
. Miss Laura Bowman.
. 9. "Sing, Smile, Slumber."-C
Gound. Mrs. J. H. West, Mrs. J. V
Haltiwanger, Mrs. W. K. Sligi
10. Reading (Selected.) Dr. Ge
t 11. "Come Where the Lill
12. Cocal Solo (a) "Spring :
1 ere. "-Edith Diek.
(b) "Love and Violets."--Franet
- Newell Barbour. Miss Pauline Gilde
1 13. "Yachting Glee. 't-Willial
-- Alderman Ward 3.
Mr. S. K. Bouknight is hereby ai
nounced as a candidate for alderman
for ward 3, subject to rules of d
1 oeratic party.
- FIRST CLASS COOK now employE
at my restaurant near Souther
depot, Main street. Meals serve
on short notice. R. L. Keingsmor
3THE PALL~ OPDKNING of millines
- at the Mower Company on Thur
e Of the condition of the Newberi
s Savings Bank, located at Newberr
t S. C., at the close of business Sep
Loans and discounts '... .$281,856 i
Overdrafts.. .. .......6,356 ]
Bonds and stocks owned
t by the bank .. ........2,380 (
e Furniture and fixtures .. 1,900 (
3 Due from banks & bankers 11,342 i
Cash & cash items .. .. 31,589 (
Total .......... ....$335,424 5
t apital stock paid in . .$ 50,000(
Undivided pro6ts, less eur
a rent expenses and taxes
paid .... .. ....... 26,251 4
Duie gnpaid dividends .. 373
e Deposits.... ...... ...196,239 '
Cashier's checks ....- 59
f Bills payable .......... 62,500(
ITotal .......... ....$336,424
State of South Carolina,
t County of Newberry.
.1 Before me came J! E. Norwoo
o cashier of Newberry Savings Ban
o whobeing duly swiorn, says that ti
a above and foregoing statement is
t true condition of said bank, as shov
s by the books of file in said bank.
e J. E. Norwood, cashier.
y' Sworn to and subseriLed befoi
1me, this 23rd day of Sept., 1907.
o W. C. Tyree, (L. S.)
N. P. for S. C.
n Correct Attest:
y Jas. K. Gilder,
v 0. McR. Holmes,
hNewberry Savings Bank,
e By J. E. Norwood, Cashier.
1 SCHUMPERT'S ROLLEIR MII
d will after Oct. 1 run only on Mo:
day and Tuesdays.
Mrs. R. L. Sohumpert.
Newberry Cotton market.
Corrected By Nat Gist.
Middling .. .. ...... . 10 1-2
Strict Middling...... .. ..10 34
Good Middling .... ... ... .. .11
I I CENT A WORD.
L No advertisement taken for less
e than 25 cents.
WANTED-the people of Newberry
to know that I have a good cure
.fore sorehead chiekens. Price 25
h Frank G. Davis,
Newberry, S. C.
ir _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
s COTTON SEED HULLS for sale
3- Southern Cotton Oil Company.
- SOLID GOLD neck chains 22 inches
long, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00.
Daniels and Williamson.
CHILD'S NECK CHAIN and heart,
solid gold, $2.50.
L Daniels and Williamson.
M. S. . BOUENIGHT IS RUN
JNING an up-to-date repair shop at
Newberry, and is prepared to re.
paint your buggy and make out of
it a practically new biggy. Horse.
shoeing and other repair work is
done promptly and at reasonable
rates. Call to see him.
SOLID GOLD EHIDREN'S =a.
75C., $1.00 and $1.50.
Daniels and Williamson
WANTED-All your cotton seed at
the highest market price. Seae
and seed house at C.,.& LVOr
C. H. Cannon,
SWASTIKA PINS, PENDANTS and
fobs, $1.00, $1.59.
Daniels and Williamson. 7
WANTED to buy _10,000 buthels red.
oats in car lots or less. Quote best
price f o b your depot and sen
Dixie Flour and Grain Co.
s BEST GOODS, LOWEST 1ROU
r- largest stock.
Daniels 'and Wiliamson.
LUMBER FOR SALR-House -iU
furnished around at mill sevef
1- miles from Prosperity at $7.50 pewi
'. . thousand; Terms Cash
e-Boozer and Kooni,
Prosperity, R. F. D). 1
d OUR $3.90 CUT GLABS bowl, best
n value ever offered ig Newberry.
d Daniels andf Williamson.
SPECTACLBS and eye Glasses.
'3 ~ Daniels and Williamson.
DOWN -DOWN - LUMBER and
building material of all kinds.
Flooring, eiling and shingles of.all
y grades, sash, doors,1 blinds, laths,
y, roofings, etc. -C. H. Cannon
t. give the very lowest prices a
meet all competition. He is in for
small profits and large b'usiness.
1 ELGIN WA'fl0ES from $5.00 up
Daniels & Williamson's.
0 3 BEST BY TEST OP TE-ai
7 oid, Asphalt Gravel and .Asbes
9 Spark proof roofing. I have studied
.. the roofing question and will not
0 sell any but the best. Come and
C. H. Cannon,
0f -Newberry, 8. C.
BUT a 14k solid gold Elgin Wateh
Liladies size $25.00 at
5 Daniels & Williamson's.
00CAL HAS ADVANCBD With great
Sdemand for the best grades, if you
_ haven't purchased your supply,
0 call on ire at once and get prices,
I handle the Blue Gem Jellico. None
superior. John Scott.
BUY a signet Ring, solid gold $
and up. Engraved free.
a Daniels & Williamson.
LUMBER--Rough and dressed, to
gued and grooved of all kinds
e grades. Shingles, sash, doors, blin
laths, roofing, roof paints, etc.
large stock of good -material
which I will meet all pries,
strive to give 'satisfaction.
C. H. Cannon,
Newberry, S. C.
NICE LINE COLORED PIC
10 cents each at
Mayes' Book Store.
FOR SALE, RENT OR LEASE,
or eight horse farm one and on.
rhalf miles from Silver street. A
ply to Will W. Sar-man