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'The Movements of Many People
Newberrians and Those Who
The Home Mission and Parsonage
Aid socie-,v will mnet at the residence
of M .1. W. Vhit e M,nay after
nool at :.:9 o'cl(ck. All nIC-mlibers
are i*. 1 !( IeIIT.4el-t.
Tlere wil1 be no preaching at St.
James. Jalapa. next Sunday.
Rev. Dr. A. J. Bowers will preach
.at Mayer Memoial Lutheran church
in West End next Sunday afternoon
at four />'elock.
Mr. J. J. White and family have
gtOre to Facev'ille. Ga. to ina-ke their I
'Tom Wilst;n. coloredl. wasi! before
the may r on Tu csd::.l morin. charg
ed witli tral.sortillg wIli.kev but
the evidere n as no- sutlicient and
he was disc1harged. He was repres
eate(d by E. S. Blease. Esq.
Blease & Dominick and Eugene S.
Blease have given notice of appeal
in the case agaiit Lewis Burton and
*.thf-er convlciL of burning the barn
xf Mr. P. N. Boozer. Mr. Geo. B.
Cromer has withdrawn from the case.
The attorneys were all appointed by
the court and wh'atever they do in
he ease is without compensation.
Will Sanders who killed 'the two
-sn en and 'was recomnIended to mer
ev anld blen%-e s",nt to the pe:lentlary
for- li e was ta1 t1 ;' 111n,ar
on Wednesday. Ie was anix.us to
go and tolId the guard that he was a
-ood plow hand. He was fortunate
to get off withI his life.
Mrs. G. L. Robinson and children
.are visiting her mother at Sally.
. !kMr. Ed. Hallman, who has been
uite sick for several monthS was
taken to the hospital in Columbia on
Jno. Griffith who will render King
Richard the Third at the opera house
on Thursday. Novembe 20. will give
a shakespeare reading at the college
for the benefit of the students on th
aftern.on of the 20th at 3.30, o'clock.
Rev. A. J. Bowers will. preIth at
Central Methodist eirch next llun
day morning at 11 o'olock.
Rev Mr. Wallace cf the Presby
Terian church of Georgia will pi-each
* at jhe Lutheran Chureh of the Re
deemer next Sunday morning.
Rev. Mr. Stacey of the Presbyter
ian cehurch ofl El'berton. Ga.. will
* preach at the Lutheran Chaireh of the
[Redeemer on Sunday the 24th.
* Woman 's Home and Foreign Mis-.
sionary society of the Lutheran
iChureh of the Redeemer will meet
'th Mrs. E. R. Hipp next Monday
afternon at 4 o'clock.
Yester<Iay morning was the first
-real good and frosty morning this
-itr. The ground was white.
-Mr. G. D. Davenport and family
have moved back to his farm at:
- Denny's in .Saluda county.
Mr. F. R. Hunter has moved into
the home recently purchased by him
at the corner of CaldwelJ and Boun
- The Bible and Shakespear?.ca
Earn i. reades of these worksca
'never ao wrong. for they embody all
* the aood there is in life. Shake
* speare's works are the highest ideals
o f the classic drama--the drama* that
the intellectual worM-. adores, and
'that t'he venierable pontiff, Pope j
Pius X. so heartly gave his benedie
'tion to last June, when interviewed
on the subject by Alan Dale, the dra
.mati1e writer of the New York Amer
ican. The most aetable and satisfac
* tory of the Shakespeare plays is
King H'ichard the Third-the Colley;
Ciber version, as used by t-he .famous
~David Garriek, Edmund Kean, Ed
'win Forrest. and oTher actors who
* 'were really kings themselves by the
'divine right of intellect. This is the'
version that John Griffith uses on his
VrCent tour. It is strenuous and in
~ellectual, not wasting time on the
iTrr'aterial passages that are better
fitted for the study, but coming iight I
'down to action and interest, concise
and convinci"g. John Griffit'h and
his most excellent company are book
ed for a performanee of ''King
Richard the Third"' i:n this city on
'Wednesday. November 20. at opera
'To members of Monticello union:
The members of Monticello union are
reauested to meet a.t Monticello
school house, Saturday at 1.15 p. m.
Important matters are to be consider
'ed. All who wish to join our union'
are invited, Saturday November 16.
T. L. Dawkins..
That New York fusion appears
quite as much of a favorite topic of
conversation and discussion with the
-preident as is tariff revision.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
Meeting Postponed to Next Tuesday
The meeting of the chamber of
(Innmnerce whicbi was announced for
lat nii,ht has been po.stpond((l to next
Tue day eVenini when there will be
no wlier aittraction in tie city so
that every member may I ;e no ex
cuse for non-atteadance.
There are several matters of more
or less importance to be talked albout
and reports of committees may be
submitted and now ideas suggested
andI plans put on foot for the furth
er advaiwenient of the city and the
communiity generally. -
Besides this as has been frequently
r:airked in these columns it is good
i r Ihe people ti) ret together occas
ional and talk about things and
trade 'jokes and be social. Sometimes
it is feared th-at in this community
we live too much to ourselves in busi
:ess especially and a coming together
in an organization of this character
wiil help us to broaden and to know
ea,ch other better and we will then
be in position to make united effort
for the advan-cement of the best in
terests of this entire community.
Let there be a full meeting of thre
entire membershi) next Tuesday and
there is still room for a few new
Death of Miss Ada I. Shockley.
Mi.e Ada I. ShioCkle. daughter of
Mr. firby ). S)oC'Iey, died at the
residence of Dr. J. A. Meldau, yes
terday morning at 8 o'clock after a
long illness of consumption. Some
years while in the vigor of beautiful
young womanhood she fitted herself
for a trained 4Iurse and while in the
discharge of her duties as such nurse
she contracted the dread disease
which resulted in sapping her young
She will be buried this morning at
Rsemntit at 11 o'clock. the fpneral
rv1e beingZ condue'd:at the grave.
Cutting Scrape at Whitmire.
0n Tuesdlay. two ne-ro boys about
weve years of age engaged in a
cuting and fightin- scrape at Whit
mire and as a result Jim Johnson is
seriously cut and Wesley Quiller is
in jail on the charge of assault and
bat tLry with intent to kill.
Quiller was put in jail yesterday to
await trial and the result of the
wounds inflicted upon Johnson.
A Word With Our Subscribers.
The Herald and News has not
adopted the cash in advance system.
and, therefore, we find that a great
many of our subscribers owe us for
one or more years in arrears. These
aniounts are small and with the pros
perity. which has come to our people
we feel that they should not make it
necessary for us to send a collector
fter them. We need the money now.
and need all of it. We hope that you
.ioeinty appreciate the indulgence,
which has been 4ixtended, to let u
':v what is due, and if you cannot
nar it all. at leastepay a part of it.
Thse who live in the country, car
eaiy secure a money order from th?
rural carrier without the necessity of
waiting until they come to town to
pay what is due. We will mail you a
receipt promptly for any amount,
wieh you may send. This request is
urgent, and we hope that you will at
tend to it at once.
SBNATOR TILJMAN SAYS
JOE CANNON IS CHOICE.
The Balmetto Senator is Sure Roose
velt will not Accept Nomina
tion for Third Term.
Daaville, Ill.,' Nov. 12.-In an in
terview today Senator Benjamin R.
Tilnan. of South Carolinia, decla.red
that President Roosevelt will not ac
ept a third term and that "Uncle
Joe"' Cannon, speaker of the house of
reresentatives, will be the Republi
"'Mr. Brayn,'' Mr. Tillman said,
"will be .the Democratic nominee
without a doubt. He is the greatest
living Wemocrat, and the proper man
to entrust with the affairs of our
The senator de.clared that the pres
cnt financial situation need not wor
ry the people.
" This country,'' he said, "has
reached a point in it's prosperity
where financial flurries in the moneyi
centers do not affect it.''
It's a poor brand of religion that!
doesn't cause a man to try to treat
his neighbors decently.
One of the ambitions of the aver
age man is to do those he has been
Interesting Meeting-Officers Elected ]
-Instructive Address of Prof.
The first meeting of the Newberrv
County Teachers asociation for the;i
clolastic veal' 1907. ,a. h; ld in t e
Bomlh-y strX i --raded school on lst I
Saturadv. This meting was marked
by a larger attendance of teachers t
than at former meetings, and truly q
it was a most interesting meeting. I
The elee-tion of new officers result
ed in the following: president, J. S. v
Wheeler: vice-president. J. V. Bal-:1
len,tine: secretary. Mi:-s Pinkie Lee I
Estes: executive commiftee. J. B.j
0'Neall Holloway. Miss Marion Wil
Miss Estes was e-aini electej to
reprepsent Newherry county at the
school imiprovemient assoiation which
meets in Columbia. on December 30
and 31st. The teachers were privileg- 'I
ed in having with them Prof. Roy Z. I
Thomas. of Newberry college, who
made an add,ress on "'Teacher's r
Ideal." Prof. Thomas was especially I
mphatic on the teacher's influence d
and importance in laying the foun
dation fur the future citizenship of i
the state. He spoke very feelingly I
of what a teacher con!d do in mak
ing or marring the lives of the boys t
and girl's under his or her char2e.
ff declared that a teaehr' shotiuld
firK of all and last of all be a Chris
tian. a follower of the greatest T eac -
?r the world has ever seen, Jesni
Christ: and he hell Him up to the 0
teachers as The Ideal Teacher. Tru- r
Iv the address of Prof. Thomas was
an inspiration to new zeal arid new a
energy on the part of all woh heard I
The next meet'ig of th-e association i
will be held on the second Saturday
f Decemiber. and all teachers and
all persons interested in educational
work are cordiali.- invited to aitend.
Mrs. Martha Jane Senn.
Died Nov. 9th. 1907. Mrs. Martha
Jane .Se-n. nee P!n,ke-tt, aged S1
years and six months. The deceased
h-ad been perrt'etly helpless from
paralysis fr more than three years.
being unable to even ieed herself. For
the past eighteen monhs she had liv -
ed with he-r son-in-law and daughter.I
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Lake, of WestL
End, Newberry. and was cared forj
ith tender and loving solicitude by
the entire family.V
'Two other daugh ters and one son,
M's. John Davenpyort of near New
berry. Mrs. L. P. Hendrix and J.
Henry Senn, of Greenville, S. C.', suir- I
vive her.; The remains were buried
at S'myrna Sunday evening at three
thirty, with funeral'services by Rev. ]
Mr. Miller. pastor of O 'Neall Street I
Methodist churcht. , As Brother Mil- 1
ler had so faithfully watched over. I
visited and prayed with the dear old
afflieted lady. and kept in close touch ;
with her, he was in a position to ]
know and understand hler noble ]
C.ristian character: therefore, the
services were unusually beautiful,
touching. eloquent and impressive. I
She had often told Bro. Miller that
she was ready. willing~ and anxious,
to b'e called hence, and prayed that 1
she might simply go to sleep and 1
awake in heaven. Her prayer was ]
IMr. and Mrs. M. P. Lake. wish to 1
espcial'ly thank Dr. T. W. -Smith for
the great kindness and unremitting
care with which he attended the de- )
eased. Bro. Miller also has their
sincere and heartfelt gratitude for his
ever ready help and Christian sympa
Thanks are extended to each and
every one who. in any way helped to I
lighten the burden of the dear depart-!
ed one, or who ' by their presence
cheered .and comforted the bereaved.
NOVEM?BER PYTHIAN JOURNAL.
Third Number of K. of P. Publication
to be Mailed Today.
'The November issue of the South
Carolina Pythian will be mailed out ]
tomorrow. the reg'ular publication day.
t is a bright issue and in addition to
the vast amount of reading matter
contained in the '16 pages, half tone]
cuts are reproduced of the following
Pthians in the state: WV. M. Fair, e'
lloree, Johan J. MeSRvain of Green- 1
ville an a! Hon. WV. WV. Dixon. mem
ber of the' house of representatives
from Fairneid county.
Out o'f .a total mailing list of 12,
000 all the papers with the exception
of 26 were delivered last month.
Col. Elbert H. Aull, of Newvberry,
spent yesterday in the city looking
afte.r the issuance of the publication. ]
He is very much gratified with the
way in which it has been received by
the members of the order throughout
the sitte--The State, 14th.
3eautiful and Impressive Ceremony
-Handsome Presents - Honey
mon Trip Through Florida.
On Tuesday evening at seven-thirty.
I (he spaVi( :1s' homle of Cilief .Justice
1111 1L.S. ). .I. ,I):lW. iliere1 wa'.%*,I.
li.e.. e :e.,il ii 1 . I s sint -
)licity. th.e ceontracting piarties being
heir only augher Miss-Neville Pope
mud I)r. Everard Blackshear, of
ligh Springs, Florida.
The parlors, halls. and sittini' room
ere ,hrown en siie, and in the eross
iall beireen t.he front and back par
Irs the we,dding party took their
>Lce. A the n],)tes of. Mendelssohn's
ceddin_, miau-h sounded from the
i mler the skillful finers of
i L' aura J0.wina.. thU dIme ot'
Y lionr. Mis. Creorge Jolinstone, sis
er of the bride. led the way. Next
ame the grmm with his best main. his
r(Othe?r. Mr. Arcfibald Black-shear, of
)emorest. Ca. Then the bride on the
r1m of ier faL>er. Judge Pope. The
vrriage cereni,,y was periforenid by
)r. James Y. Fair. pantor of the In
ependet Presvterian church of
avannah. aijd was the beautiful and
mpressive ceremony of the Scotch
'The bride never looked more at
ractive than ii her wedding robe of
ft white silk muslin_ over taffeta.
ie!ly enreit :,in' her fi:mre. vHer
nly ornameni were a broach and
eekla:ee of pearl-. heirlooms in her
wother's family. Her bouquet was
A exquisite one of bride's roses and
ilies of the valley.
Mrs. Johnstone was very handsome
n a gown of daffodil silk tissue, with
rimmings of butter lace. Hear bou
uet was a large one of beautiful yel
After receiving the conzratulations
f their friend., the bride slipped
av to don her travelin' dress, a
tylish en.t-a-way coat suit of dark
Ineloh. Dr. and Mrs. Blackhear
eft t!) )o.50 rrain f,r an xteuded
riO hrhl ilorida. and will he at
tome' after December the first at
1igh Springs. in that state.
During the eve,ing a delicious three
'ourse supper was served. en buffet.
The punch bowl in the hall wai pre
ided over by Mrs. Patrick Fdward
The presents wvere displayed in the
it in!room, and table after table
as iilid with exquisite eut glass,
iandsome Nilver. the choicest china
Lnd beautiful pictures.
A mong the out of town gg.ests were
d:rs. Cathrine M. Blackshear, Miss
aura Plackshear. and Mr. Archibald
slak.shear, t.he mother, sister, and
iother of the g'room: Dr. Eve, of
Lugusta~ Ga.: Dr. Fair and Miss
Fosephine Fair, of Savi.nnah, Ga.; Dr.
). S. Pope, of Columbia; Dr. and
Jts. T. T. Moore and Miss Kate
doore. of Codumibia: Miss Marie
ilary, of Ahbeville: Miss Phoebe Fair,
f Cokesbury: Mrs. Ann. Jeter, of
Thlumia: Mr. Robert P. Fair, of
aeksonville: Mr. J. R. Fair, of Co
umbia: Miss Lula Moselev, of Pros
>erity: Dr. Harper, of Greenwoofl;
)r. Thos. Pope, of the Charleston
vedical colleze; Mr. S. B. Bowers, of
r ailed to Ask in English.
A pleasant-faced woman, clearly
Lnd 'Iwell-dressed, ocevpied a seat. on
he immigrant train over the Penn
ylvania Railroad today. Interpreter
Lfnd passe'rer's tried t.> c:,nverse with
.ec in a dozen largutagesC but she on
v >ed puzaLd ''Whai time does
is train re?t-h Braddoeik?'' she ask
d e conduetor in perfect English
when te tram reached Altonna. HTer
aveig com1panions5 had failed to
lk Enlish to Ihe. the only language
CARRIB N~ATION EXALTED.
sar Room Smasher Made Life Mem
ber of W. C. T. U.
Nashville. Tean., Novemfber 13.
irs. Carrie Nation was to day mada
life member of the W. C. T. U. The
onvention took the action at the
-equest of the delegation.
OR IN3BCT. BITES try a 25c. or
50c. bottle of Huiet 's All-Heahnfl
iminent at Mayes Drug Store.
No, Alonzo, it isn't the bad eggs
hat produce tough chickens.
OR COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA,
oli, headaches, neuralgia, tooth
ache, sprains and bruises -try
Huiet 's All-Healing Liminent at
aes Drug Store.
THE NEWS OF WHITRE.
Many Happy Marriages-New Resi
dences Being Built-People Who
Come and Go.
Vhitm1ire. Nov. 13.-Prof. John S.
Derrivk spet Satturday and Sunday
withj h.1 millv in Nowberry.
.Ui-tu: ''ci;tt iu town iida%.
ReN.% . ie! is it Mr. Wil
).r-. a;id -Ir,~ Vexa!-,e-S
Fairlit,hul. : re visiting M-s E'.1
Mr. and Mrs. White Fant have re
tuir-led t)-r0hn a 1i lith sII stay inl Colum
is a Mrietta Lan!l,.ford spent last
week with her sister. Mrs. White
Fan,t. She has retunIed to her homne
Miss Frances Jeer went home Fri
day afternoon with her friends Misses
Willie Mae and Sarah Shannon. She
enjoyedl her visit very mueh.
AMarried at the Methodist parson
aze on Sunday morning by Rev Fos
ter Speer. Mr. John Morse and Miss
Niora Baflard. alo 31r. Tillman Cole
and Miss Jennie Carpenter. A doub
Mr. and Mrs. "Bose" Andrews/
who were ill last week are able to b;
Mrs. Z. H. Suber has returne
frm a vi--it to h@r aunt, Mrs. Mattie
Spear~man. at Silver Street.
k. Jetei a
.1r. and M\rs. S.A. Jtrhave
001.h2ut zi lIt itn Coleman aveq.ue and
their home is in process or -eetion.
_Mr. J. W. Hipp, of Whitmire and
Miss Bessie Isom, of Greenville, were
married at the home of her father,
Rev. J. '. Isom, Wednesday morn
inz. November 6, at eleven o'clock.
They .eame to Whitmire On the three
thirty train. Quite a number. of
friends were at the depot to welcome
them and offer congratulations. Mr.
C. H. Shannon awaited them with his
surrey and pretty paif of horses, as
they passed to the vehicle the young
people showered them witth rice.
They were driven,to the home of Mr.
Chahtin Abranis where a 4elightful
rcepin was given them. The hap
py couple are boarding with Mrs.
Zach Wrigh-t until their cottage on
Coleman avenue is finished. Mr. and
Mrs. Hipp received many beautiful
gifts. These young people are much
beloved' by the citizens of Whitmire
and we all wish them a happy and
prosperous *voyage through life.
Mr. Jack Holt is planning a cafe
over his store and will soon be ready
to serve the traveling public.
Mr., J. C. Cofield' visited his par
ents Sunday. He and Mr. William
Atchison have been busy ginning for
the farmers around Whitmire.
Messrs. Rufus Kibler, T. E. Chand
er, Pickens Campbell, Andrew and
George Cromer were in town last
Mr. Drayton Williard an aged eit
Mr. Drayton Willard an aged cit
izen. suffered a stroke of praylisis
last week and is in a helpless conidi
Mirs. S:wygrert, of Peak, visited her
sister Mr's. Elizabeth Douglass last
Mrs. Elizabeth Douglass has return
ed from a visit to Clinton. While
there she visited the Orphanage. She
was charmed with the beauty and
neatness of the place 'and delighted
with 'the happy contented faces of the
little ones cared for in that glorious
One of the ambitions of the aver
age man is to do those he has been
DOINOCARDS-The new house
hold game that combines and ex
eels both Cards and Dominoes. Can.
vassers wanted to introduce in ev
ery community. Sample game and
particul.ars, postpaid, 50ets. Domin
ocard's Co., 1307 Chouteau Ave., St.
Don't forget to pay your town f,ax
by the 15th of this monith as that is
the last day and there will be no ex
WANTED-A good mileh cow. Must
be gentle and an easy milker. State
age, g-fade, and quantity . milking.
E. B. Wilbur,
Newberry, S. C.
Don't forget to pay youvr town tax
by the 15th of this month as that is
the last day and there will be no ex
GOIN" TO BUILD, Then let me fi
:~ on your plane. We !Llake a
Itv ./ brick buildings and
n d wellings.
C. H. Douglass Co.,
1-1. *Winnsboro, S. C.
Newberry Cotton Market.
Corrected By Nat Gist.
Middling. .......,.... 10 1-8
Good Middling. ..... ... .. 10 14
Strict Middling ... ... ... 10 3-8
1 CENT A WORD.
No advertisement taken for less
than 25 cents
WANTED-Young lady to learn vest
making-one who has some exper
ience in sewing preferred. Apply
to ~Murray3olden Co.,
1t Newberry, S. C.
WANTED-To buy several mileh
COWs with youn.z calves. Apply at
this ofice. 11-15-tf
LOST-I),$-. pwinter puppy, (bitch)
liver colored. Suitable reward if
returned to this office. it
WANTED-6 or S brick masons for
good long job in Anderson, work
will be ready about November tie
25th. Apply to
W. M. Mulkef,
General Contraetor Builder,
Anderson, S. C
COAL HAS ADVANCED and is cash.
Mr. T. B. Wicker will seU the
Blue Gem Jallico coal. Call on him
at coal bins.
GUNS AND BICYCLES repaired, um
brellas re-covered, and keys fitted.
Work done promptly and guaran
teed. John T. Cromer,
At W. P. Smith's old stand;
SOLID GOLD cuff buttons $2.50 up.
Solid gold brooches $1.0, up. Solid
gold children's rings 50c. up. Solid
gold ladies' rings $1.50 up. Solid
gold signet rings $1.50 up. Solid
gold scarf pins $1.00 up. Solid gold
child's neckehains $2.00 up. Solid,
gold ladies' neckehains 22 inches
long $3.50 up. Solid gold lockets
$4.00 up. Solid gold bracelets $5.00
Daniels & Williamson,,
Don't forget to pay your town tax
Iby tht15th of this month as that is
the last day and there will be no ex
ASK FOR THE SIMPLOqFTLLER at
$1.50. Daniels & Williumson.
Don't forget~to pay your town tax,
by thri5th of this month as that is
thg last day and there will be no ex
LADIES or GENTS solid gold Eigha
watehes $25.00 up..
Daniels & Williamson.
Don't forget to pay your town tax
by the 15th of this month as that is
the.last day and there will be no ex
VOTTON SEED HULLS for saleA
*Southern Cotton Oil- Comnpany.
ELGIN Watches $5.00 up.
.Daniels & Williamson.'
T. M. ROD 1ERS, dealer in watches,
clocks, jewelry. Repairing a special
ty. Newberry, S. C.,. two doors above
*Japanese Baskets at
2*t. Anderson 10c. Co.
MONEY SAVEE1S. ~
Clothing off 25 per cent.
Plows. 4 cents pound.
Calico 6 and 6 1'4 cents yard.
Outing 5 cents.
Homespun 5 cents.
Shoes pair 99 cents.
S. S. Birge Co.,
Prosperity, S. C.
"DEXTER,",'my fine stallion will be
for service du.ring the season at 3.
J. H. Brown's stables, known as
Knighton's old stand..
J. B. Bedenbaugh..
4t. Itaw ..
SUPERIOR BEEEDING, and indi
vian al dairy confir~mation secured
for "Rearing Fox,'' recorded in
A merican Jersey Cattle club Reister.
IA preimumn at the state fair. Hie is
bred inl purple and is a handsome
animal. Ouir community as well as
IMr. Scott may well feel the dis
tinetion of superior dairy blood
in our midst. Mr. Scott desires t.o
.'pieve the dairy inte-rest among
a people who have pa- ronized him
so li'berally in the past and we
trust may be merited in the future.
Roaring Fox is in service at a fee
of $3.00 barely sufficient to meet
expens of maintenance.