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'The Movements of Many People
Newberrians and Those Who
Miss M1ary Campbell. Master Rob
bie and little Marie M. Campbell, af
ter spendiu some tinie wlli Mrs. W.
B. John:I)n have returiied to their
home in Fitzgerald, Ga.
Miss Lula Johnson, of near Kin
ards. attended tile Woman's Mission
ary meeting at First Baptist Church
last Firday and Saturday.
Mrs. C. E. Bell, of Atlanta, Ga.,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. Schumpert at the Frederick.
Mr. W. P. Smith. of Chappells,
was in the city on Saturday.
Mr. G. F. Wearn spent a couple of
,days in the city last week.
Miss Mamie Ferguson. of Laurl
,ens, spent Thrusday and Friday with
relatives in Newberrv.
Mr. and Mrs. Aumerle Schumpert,
of Columbia, are visiting Col. and
Mrs. 0. L. Sehumpert.
'The Rev. Y. von A. Riser, of Rin
eeon. Ga., will preach kt the Luther
-an Church of the Redeemer next
-Snnday mornii,g at 11 o'clock.
Rev. M. B. Kelly, of Greenwood,
Vwill preach at Central Methodist
-hureh next Sunday morning at 11
o'eloek. and Sunday evening at S.
Mr. A. L. Knighton attended the
fair at Woodruff last week. He had
:several horses and come back with
his share of the prizes. He says that
is a fine country and he had a most
The weather for the past several
days has been ideal. There is no
,limateNlike tha,t of our own southern
Mrs. J. A. Barksdale, of Laurens,
is visiting Mrs. A. C. Weleh in Cal
Miss Ria Harvey, of Charleston,
is the guest of Mrs. Theodore John
Miss May Singleton, of Acton, S.
C., is visiting the Misses MeCaugh
Mrs. S. H. McLean, of Columbia, is
-visiting. her sister, Mrs. Milton Cald
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Leavell are vis
iting friends and relatives in Virgin
Mr. S. H. McLean, of Columbia,
spent Saturday in the city.
Cards have been received in New
berry announcing the marriage of Mr.
Louis Shelton Henderson, of Blairs,
:S. C., to Miss Ola Jones, of Laur
tens, 'which is to take place on the
'30th of this month.
JINETY-SIX PINTS IN BARRELJ.
A'Pretty Good Haul at Prosperity
Shipped as Ale-Several Pack
Constable Williams on Saturday
seized a barrel marked ale in the de
pot at Prosperity, and ,on investiga
'tion found that in contained ninety
'six pints of whiskey. It was address
~eJ to C. A. Black. He also captured
'from a negro of Prosperity about
-one and a half gallons of whiskey..
The ne2'ro was carrying it in his
-grip-sack.. This case was tried be
fore the city council at Prosperity
yesterday. Sheriff Buford has re
.eeived a shipment of whiskey from
A. J. Holt, mayor of Whitmnire, con
-iaining ,three packages of two ' two
gallon jugs and one package of
Hair and Havird.I
The 'firm of Hair and Havird is
going out of business. They do not
assign any reason for this, except
that they wish to retire ang that in
order to do so, they will sell their
~large stock of fall and winter goods
at remarkably low prices. This is a
genuine sale. for they have rented
their store-room for the purpose of
the electric laundry, which is to be
'erected in Newberry.
This firm had built up a fine trade
and had only recently moved .into
their new store-room in West Main
street. We regret that they have
-deeided to retire from business, but
~it gives an opportunity to the pub
1!ie to purchase a very excellent and
'weIl a'ssorted stock of goods at very
-greatly reduced prices. You will
'find in t'his issue of the paper a large
advertisement, covering some of the
low prices, which they propose 'to
JBWBERY BUILDING & LOAN
ACOMPANY.--Dues are payable at
-the Exchange Bank on or before
the 15th of each month. If not
paid promptly penalty will attach.
M. L. Spearman,
A pretty sure way not to be a
good husband is to be married.
Negro Woman Has Skull Fracture
And Her Husband Badly
On Saturdav mornin about I
o'elock John Miller and his wif4
eol(i4. were comling to town in
buI,y drawn by a mule. The lil
became frightened in some way an
ran. Miller. in his efforts to chec
the mule, pushed the front dash
board entirely from the buggy, an
his wife became frightened an
jumped out just as they reached th
First Baptist church in Caldwel
street. His wife suffered a fractur
in the skull at the seat 'of the brai:
and was otherwise bruised up. Mil
ler wrenehEd his back and had hi
ribs considerably bruised. Thev wer
attended by Drs. Pelham and Elli
sor. Miller will recover, but his wif
is seriously, if not fattaly, injured.
THE SOUTHERN MULE.
Lecture in Opera House Tonight b:
Rev. J. Walter Daniel.
As stated in The Herald and New
on Friday the Rev. J. Walter Daniel
D. D., will lecture in the opera housi
tonigtht under the auspices of thi
ladies of Central Methodist church
His su4ject is the Southern Mule
Whether the southern mule is diL.
ferent from any other mule we di
not pretend to say but it may be. tak
en for granted that Dr. Daniel wil
tell you of his charoteristics to.
night. If you do not go you will re
gret it. Dr. Daniel is one of thi
most eloquent as well, as one of th
most vessatile ministers in the Meth
dist church and in addition to worl
in the pastorate has found time t<
write seveial books which have hai
a large sale.
IMPEOVEMENTS GO ON.
Kr. Jos. Mann to Put in New Froni
- Many New tuildings Going up
Among the many improvement.
that have been going on and are be
ng made in Newberry, Mr. Josepl
Iann has made a contract with Mr
C. C. Davis to remodel his store ii
N.ain Street by putting in an entire
y new front, including plate glass and
ootherwise overhauling the storeroom
Already in this part of the city Mr
C. J. MeWhirter has just completei
two brick stores and Thomas A. Wil
iams is finishing up one two stor3
The new stores in the burned dis,
tict are all .practically completed
and Copeland Bros., and Mr. R. C
Williams hope to be moved into their
There has never been a time.in th<
istory of Newberi-y when there wer<
as many improvements going on a:
have been made during this year
People who have been away for si
nonths scarcely know the town whet
they come into it now.
.The Newberry Hotel is one of t1i
most marked evidences of this spir
it of improvement, and Dr..Wheelei
as had the interior completely ovel
auled and has added very much t<
the appearance of the building b3
having it repainted. It is now ont
f the best appointed hotels in thit
part of the. state, or f'or that manet
anywhere else, and under the man
agement of Mr. Broekman, is grow
Eng in popularity every day with the
2 pair single bed springs wortli
1.75 for $1.00.
2 pair double bed springs worti
2.50 for $1.25.
2 double mattresses worth $5.00 foi
'2 single mattresses worth $4.00. foi
3 small sheet iron heaters worti
2.00 for $1.00.
A fine lot of beautiful ferns and
palms. Apply to J. D. Timmons ovel
Eerald and News office, Newberry, S
Many Locks to the Boll.
It was stated in the State newspa
per some days ago that Mr. F. H
Eyatt had gathered from his cottor
ield a boll of cotton with twelvi
locks, and that he had sent it on t<
Atlanta to the cotton conference as
a curiosity. Mr. Joseph L. Keitt
one of our most successful farmers
of Newberry county, was in the cita
on Saturday, and said that one of his
hands had brought him a boll witi
eleven locks, which had been gather
ed from bne of his fields.
When a man is really and truly ir
love he thinks there is but one wo
man in the world.
A ICALL TO CITY DEMOCRACY.
I To Meet to Provide for Nominees- N
Mayor and Alderman and Two
Trustees to be Elected
1 The executive committee of the
Democratic party for the city of rc
a Newherry he]l a meetin. on Satur- b
e day niiht and decided to call a meet- ei
ci in.- of the party in council chamber ce
k on Friday evening. November 1. The th
- various positions of mayor and ald- rN
ri erman and school trustees shall be cc
I nominated by primary elOetion or
e by a convention. It is pwbable, of b
I course. that the primary will be p(
e adopted, as has been the custom for' sl
a several years, but as we understand
- it. the meeting that is called will IE
s have the power to nominate. candi- bE
e dates without the primaries. is
- In the event that it is decided to sh
a nominate by primry ele6ti'on, the ti<
meeting will adopt rules and re:: t.a- or
tions and fix the time for the prima- in
ries. I th
As we underst9nd it, in addition fr
r to the r:nination of mayor:and ald- m
I ermen. tlere are two membera of the pl
board of trustees of the graded school pr
5 to be elected this year. At- the elee- be
, tion last year, all five were elected ne
a and they were to draw lots so that it
a two would be elected this year forj ov
two years and, three -elected next Li
year for two years, and alternate in
-this way evrey two -yieir Those
) whose election comes up this year,
are J. M. Davis, from ward. 5. and M
I John H. Wicker. from ward.- 4.
'The election for commissioner of
public works will not take place un
til next year.
At the last meeting. of the eitiz. ta
ens one year ago a resolution was hii
adopted instructing city- council to oa
take steps to have an election on eit
the proposition. of dividing the city ha
into ten wards and have aldermen to
and mayor elected for two years and th:
so arranged that five aldermen ga
would be elected each- year. For de
some reason the. proposition was nev- wi
er submitted to the people of the on
community. This question will again th
be >rought before the meeting on he
November 1. There should be a full co
-attendance of the democracy. ne
A Card ofwTank pe
Please give me permission thirough th
I the columns of your peptr tg ex- $6
-press my sincere thanks to all my $2
-frinds for their many acts of kind- in;
ness during .my recent jllness in the. $1
c ity hospital of Coluf~nbia. ..tic
Your acst of kindness and expres
sion of concern as to my .recovery a
will. always be eherished. in my bos
om so long as I live.
I can't find words suff'reient to ex
press my gratitude I owe you.
*Your frienid; .4
S. A. -Rikard.
Oct. 14, 1907.
Meeting City Democracy. . TI
A meeting of the Democratic par
ty of the Towni of Newberry, S. C., .UJ~
*is hereby called to be'held 'in*e the D]
Cluncil Chamber on Friday, Novem
ber 1st, 1907, at 8 o'clock p. in., for.
the purpose of providing: for thre ru
nomination of officers for the ensu
ing year and for such other business tri
as ms.y properly be brought before a
By order of the Executive Commit- th
'tee. . .I
0. P. Mayer, hil
I. H. Hunt, -Chairman. be
Sedretary. . fo:
Tenant House Burned. Di
On last Thursday, October 10, a sec
tenant house on Mr. George S. Mow- ua
er's place in No. 2 Township, about tri
eight miles from Newberry, was des
troyed by fire. The house was ceu- g
pied by Jim Suber, who lost all of or
his household goods, kitchen utensils, bo
~furniture, clothing and provisions. Pr
- . by
STATE OF SOUTH CAROINA, lol
COUN?TY OF NEWBERRY.
Court of Common Pleas, by
W. W. MeMorris and W. MarcusN
Lester, Plantiffs. k
J. Burr Dennis, Defendants.
Byt virtue of an order of the court ta
herein, I wil'. sell to the highest bid- 6
der, before the court house door at st(
Newberry, S-. C., on salesday in No- ME
vember, 1907, within the legal hours
of sale, all of the interest of J. Burr an
Dennis, the same being an undivided fr<
one third interest in that traet of land tic
lying and being situate in Newberry Pu
county, State of South Carolina, in ise
No. 9 Township- and containing one ra
hundred and Twenty-two acres, more Wi
or less, bounded by lands of R. L. cil
Luther, J. B. Simpson, Andrew Nich- tic
01s, and the Holly Ferry road. ch
Terms of sale: Ciash. Purchaser to co:
pay for papers.
H. H. Rikard,
IMPROVING THE ROADS.
ow at Work on Steel Bridge Road
Other Roads Put in Fine
We understand that Mr. J. Mon
e Wicker, ur county supervisor. has'
en doing some very good and effi
ent work upon the public roads re
ntlv It is said by those who travel
is road that the road from Newber
to Belfast has been put in exeellent
Lately some very fine work has,
en done on the road near Schum
rt's mill in No. 8 and 9 Town
Mr. Wicker proposes this week to
t to work on the road from New
rry to the steel bridge, and as there
plenty of gravel along this road 'he
ould be able to put it in fine condi
mn at little expense. This really is
e of the most important highways!,
the county in many respects, as it is
a main thoroughfare by which our
iends in Sluda 6county have to!
ike this their market, and it is
easing to know that Mr. Wicker
oposes to put it in fine condition
fore the win ter rains set in. In con
etion with the work on this road,
is- proposed .to built a steel bridge
ar Bush river at what is known as
r. C, E. Summer Makes Two Crops.
on Same Land-Big Yields
Others Could do Same.
Mr. C. E. Summer has a lot con
ining three-fourths of an acre in
; home lot, which he planted in
ts this year and* from it gathered
i-hty dozen bundles, which would I
ve averaged more than one bushel
the dozen bundles. He then planted
is same ground in corn and has
thered five hundred bundles of fod
r and fifty bushels. of corn. He
11 thus make at very little expense
less than one acre of land more
an enough feed for one horse. 'What
has done on this small lot of land
ald be done on a large scale by
arly all of our farmers if they
uld only cultivate and fertilize pro
At 75 e.ents i bushld for t'. onis
8 o.1:. -r..o'1 twji straw are sc h
D. 1000 pounds of fodder is worth
D and 50 bushels of corn $45 mak
Sa total gross yield from the lot]
35 with very little cost of cultiva
WS SHARPBNED-Am prepared
to sharpen and repair,.handsa,ws.
Call at Silver Street. D. L. I
)D DRY GOODS MAN wanted at
once. Apply at Hair & Havird 's.
LSTEE'S SALE Ilf BANK
(ITED STATES OF .AMERICA,
'SRICT OF SOUTH OAROLINA.
In the District C'ourt.
En re., Adam Crane, Jones, Bank
Pursuant to an order of the Dis- I
t Court of the District of South I
rolina, in the mattber of Adam
ane Jones,. Bankrupt, passed on
a fourteenth day of~ October, 1907,
will sell at public auetion to the
hest bidder, on Monday, Novem
e 4th, 1907, at 11 o 'eloek in the
renoon, before the Court House
or at Newberry, in the State and
strict aforesaid, the following de
-ibed real' estate, all of which is sit
ted in the Town of Newberry, Dis
t and State aforesaid:
1. That lot or parcel of land con-i
ning one and 32-100 a'cres, more
less, known as -the Boozer lot and
unded by Calhoun street, by
essly street, by McMorries street,
lot of William Johnson and by
of Lucy B. Smith.
2. One-half an acre lot, bounded
Caldwell street, Boundary street,
ne street and the Brown lot,
own as the Metts lot.
3. That lot or parcel of land, eon- i
ning one-half an acre, more or less1
unded by Caldwell street, John
>e street, Nance street and by the
rRMS OF SALE: One-third cash
d the balance payable in one year 1
m the date of sale; the credit por
n to be secured by the bond of the
rehaser and mortgage of the prem
s sold and to bear interest at the
de of eight per centum per annum, I
h leave to the purchaser to anti
)ate the payment of the credit por
n either in whole or in part. Pur
aser to pay for papers and re
Frank R. Hunter,
Trustee of A. C. Jones,
A SUCCESSFUL MEETING.
rhe Baptist Women of Newberry
County Hold Meeting in Newber
ry-Will Meet Here Again.
The meeting held here last week
by the Baptist women of Newherr%
l-ounty proved a gratifving one in
many respects, nine societies from
the thirte;oi Baptist churches sent
Jelegates, with encouraging reports.
rhe appointment for this union
was raised during the year, with a
title surplus and plans were made
or a still further increase next year.
The addresses by Miss Attaway,
tate missionary in Columbia, Mrs.
3cherer. Mrs. Humbert and, at night,
by Rev. B. P. Mitchell. were inter
?sting and much appreciated.
The r4ception to the delegates,
riven at the residence of Mrs. W. H.
Elunt, on Friday -afternoon, was
rery much enjoyed.
At the business meeting on Sat
irday morning, Mrs. E. B. Kibler, of
Prosperity was recommended by the
inion for superintendent of mission
vork in the Reedy River Association.
The next annual meeting will be
ield at the First Church, Newberry,
igain, next year, in September.
3NGINE, GIN,PBSS, FOR SALE.
October 30th, 1907, at 11 o'clock
. m., we will sell at public auction
Lt the "Gilliam Place," now owned
)y Mrs. D. A. Kleckly, one-half mile
rom the late residence of John A.
,romer, dee.eased, One Engine, One
xin and One Press. Terms: -Cash.
Daisy E. Cromer,
Geo. B. Cromer,
WANTED-Extra help at once. Ap
ply at Hair & Havird 's.
J. J. Langford is.hereby announced
is a candidate for mayor of Newber
'y subject to the rules of the Demo
H. H. Evans is hereby announced
is a candidate for mayor of the city
>f Newberry, subject to the rules and
egulations of the Democratic party.
Alderman Ward 1.
Appreciating conscientious and
aithful services rendered, we there
ore take pleasure in nominating Mr.
. F. Baxter for reelection as alder
nan for Ward 1.
Voters of Ward 1.
Alderman Ward 3.
Mr. S. K. Bouknight is hereby an
iounced as a candidate for alderman
or ward 3, subjeet to rules of de
For Alderman Ward 4.
Mr. J. A. Senn is hereby nominat
d as a candidate for alderman for
ard 4, and will abide the rules''and
-egulations of the Democratic party.
B. F. Griffin is hereby annottneed
ts a candidate for alderman for ward
i, and is urged by his many friends
n that ward to consent to the use of
us name for this position, and is
Aedged to abide the rules and regu
ations of thie Democratic party.
C. 3. MeWhirter is hereby 'announe
d as a candidate for- alderman for
Ward 4, subject to the rules of the
A. J. S. Langford is hereby an-.
iounced as a candidate for alderman
or ward 4, subject to the rules of
he Democratic primary.
Alderman Ward 5.
Mr. Ed. L. Rodelsperger is hereby
nnounced as a candidate for alder
nan for ward No. 5, subject to the
ules of the Democratic primary.
One Week in Newberry.(
What Mrs. L. C. Boozer from New
erry, R. F. D. 1 has to say about the
lasses Dr. Crimin fitted her:
"Doctor Crimnm, I have been wear
ng the glases you fitted me more than
year and I am very much pleased
Lnd benefited by them. I used to
uffer with headache all the time, but
ine I use your glasses I never had
ny headache. I am telling every
iody how much good you, have done !
Dr. Crimm does not need any intro
[ueetion to the people of Newberry
'' 'owherry county. He is comi"
o Newberry for the last (8) years
tnd fitted glasses to the best
>eople of Newberry.
Will be in Newberry one week from E
tonday, Oct. 21st.
Examination free. Office over South
n Express office.
N. B. Dr. Crimm does not call from
Newberry Cotton Market.
Corrected By Nat Gist.
ffiddling ..U............. 1-8
strict Middling ...... ...... 111-4
lood Middling ...........11 3-8
I CENT A WORD.
4o advertisement taken for less
han 25 cents.
)OTTON SEED HULLS for sale
Southern Cotton Oil Company.
WANTED-All your cotton Beed at
the highest market price. Scales
and seed house at C., N. & L. depot.
C. H. Cannon.
WANTED to buy 10,000 bushels red
oats in car lots or less. Quote best
price f o b your depot and send
Dixie Flour and Grain Co.,
Laurens. S. C.
)OWN - DOWN - LUMBER and
building material of all kinds.
Flooring, ceiling and shingles of all
grades, sash, doors, blinds, laths,
roofings, etc. C. H. Cannon will
give the very lowest prices and
meet all competition. He is in for
small profits and large business.
BEST BY TEST OF TIME-Par
oid, Asphalt Gravel and Asbestos
Spark proof roofing. I have studied
the roofing question and will not -
sell any but the best. Come and see
C. V. Cannon,
Newberry, S. C.
1OAL HAS ADVANCED with great
demand for the best grades, if yon
haven't purchased yo .supply,
call on me at once ai get piies,
I handle the Blue Gem Jefeo. N
superior. John Scott.
.UMBER-Rough and dressed, ton
gued and grooved of a kinds an
grades. Shingles, sash, doors, blinds,
laths, roofing, roof paints, etc. A
large stock of good material upon
which I will meet all prices, and
strive to' give satisfation.
C. I. Cannon,
Newbrry, S. C.
I'0E SALE, EN1T OR T-EAS MR if
tee-n horse farm one ando
half miles from Silver street. Ap
ply to Will W. Spearman.
L'ESSPASS NOTICE-AIl persons
are hereby warned not to tresspass
by hunting on the lands of E. K.
Evans, Welch Wilbur, Mrs.~ S. S.
Wilbur, J. M. Bickley and JT. S.
The' Pomaria Farmers Union
eet at Pomaria on Saturday, Octob
r 19, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. A
ulil attendance is requested as busi
tess of importance is to be transaeted.
00EETS and chains all styles, and
Daniels and Williamson.
EETTIEST line of opal set rings.'
Daniels and Williamson.
'0 THE.WNA3R.. of the "Swasti
ka" will come from the four winds
of Heaven, Good luck, long life and
prosperity. We,have them.
Daniels and Williamson.
ATCHES $2.50 to $100.00.
Daniels and Williamson.
TANTED-A live agent for the la-g
est exclusive Personal Accident and
Health Insuranee Co, in the world.
for Newberry County, the righ
party can get an excellent contract
Apply to W. Carlisle Furse, a
ager, 303 Loan and Exchange B
Building, Columbia, S. C.
UE LINE SILVERWARE large
and more complete than ever.
Daniels and Wi&iamson.
VA TCH FOBS from $1.00 to $10.00.
Daniels and Williamson.
IIGNET RINGS $1.56 up.
Daniels and Williamson.
OTICE-The first ear of rice flou
of the season just received at
Summer Bros. Co.
WLIN WATCHES from $5.00 up.
Daniels and Williamson.
ALE-I will sell at the residence o
Mr. J. 'W. George, near Slighs,o
Friday, Oct. 18th, at 10 a. in.,
my household goods, farming imp
ments, tools, etc. Terms of sal
cash W. P. Georgre.