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The Movements of Many People
Newberrians and Those Who
Mrs. H. B. Wells is visiting her
mother in Columbia.
Mr. John C. Strickland spent Sun
day at his home in Columbia.
Miss Lucy Epps returned to Nash
ville, Tenn., on yesterday.
Mr. Ira Sligh, of Columbia, spent
Sunday in the -city.
Mr. A. C. Jones spent a few days at
home this week.
Mrs. L. B. Aull, of Dyson, visited
her mother, Mrs. S. A. Riser, this
Mrs. W. H. Wallace has returned
from a visit to her son, Dr. D. D. Wal
lace, in Spartanburg.
Mrs. P. P. Marshlanks has returned
to Greenville, after a week's visit to
her sister Mrs. J. W. Denning.
Miss Rosa Red has returned to her
home after a vist to Miss Carie Belle
Prof. W. D. Roberts, of Tatum, was
-the guest of Mr. Jas. F. Epting while
in the city.
Mrs. W. H. Carwile, Mrs. W. K.
Sligh, and Miss Elizabeth Dominick
have returned from Sumter.
Miss Pearl West, who teaches
school at Cross Hill, spent Sunday at
the home of her mother in Harring
Mr. and Mrs. James Ross, of New
York, are at the-home of Mrs. Lalla
Rook Simmons in Caldwell street. Mr.
Ross is one of the auditors here
checking up the mill books.
President J. H. Harms spent Sun
day in Charleston, preaching in the
morning at St. John's Lutheran
ehlreh, and in the afternoon met with
the Newberry college alumni associa
tion of Charleston.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The 1+rary association wi.1 meet in
the rooms of the association on Fri
day afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Dr. George B. Cromer will lead the
mid-week services at the Obn.-reh of
the Redeemer on Wednesday evening.
All the banks in the city will be
closed on Tuesday, May 11th, Memor
1: e iadies' aid soeiety of the
Church of the Redeemer, will meet
with Mrs. J. H. Summer on Tuesday
afternocon promptly at five o'clock.
At the~ Church of the Redeemer on
-next Sunday evening at 8:30 o'clock
will be rendered under the auspiees
of the Lutheran choir by the Orpheus
eclub, the Oratorio. t' e inughter of
There will be two collegiate games
-on the Newberry diamond during this
week. On Thursday Wof ford will
* play Newberry and on Saturday the
game will be bet ween. Newberry and
On Thursday afternoon at six
o'elock th emembers of the Crpi:enai
club are requested to meet at the
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer to
practice fo'r the Oratoria, the [e i'hI
ter of Jairus, whi'h will be given
Sunday evening at 8:30 o'clock.
There will be -a meeting of the cal
endar of Central Methodist church on
Wednesday afternoon at four thirty
o'clock at- the church. All members
are requxested to be pre.sea; as there
will be importsant business to come
The monthly meeting of the foreign
missionary society of Central Meth
odist ehurch will meet on Monday af
ternoon, May the tenth. The time has
been postponed from the Mon-day aff
ter the first Sunday until the Mon
day after the seond S.unday on -ac
count of the absence of the president.
The Newberry Herald and News is
sued a special edition last week. It
was handsomely illustrated, and con
tained special write-ups of several
towns in the county, -and a variety
~of articles pertaining to Easter and
daistorical subjects. It was altogether
a most creditable special issue of an
always excellent newspaper.-Ander
Mr. Lewis Shealy, of Batesburg,
and Miss Lyala Met ts, of the St.1
Phillips section, were married Sun
d-ay, April 23, by the Rev. P. H. E.
Derriek. of Prosperity.
Miss Metts is a most charming
young lady of a lovely disposition.
The happy couple have the congrat u
-lations of their many friends who
wish for them a long life fall of hap
piness and joy as they journey along
ih pa of life together.
Literary Societies of Newberry Col
lege Celebrate on Friday-Go-.
Ansel and Dr. Wilson to
The regular routine of work at the
college will -elose at 2:30 on Thurs
day, to give place on Friday for the
Semi-Centennial exercises of the Ex
eelsior and Phrenaskosmian literary
societies. These exercises bid fair to
be of unusual interest to the many
friends of the college. Between five
hundred and a thousand handsomely
engraved invitations have been sent
out so it is needless to say that -there
will be a large crowd. These invita
tions were sent to the alumni, liter
ary societies of the colleges of the
State, including both male and female
colleges, and to friends of the college
in the city.
As previously announced, Gov. M.
F. Ansel will speak in behalf of the
alumni of Excelsior Literary society.
Gov. Ansel is now an honorary mem
Rev. J. H. Wilson, D. D., of Sa
vannah, Ga., will speak in belhalf of
the alumni of the Phrenakosmian Lit
erary 'society. Dr. Wilson is a grad
uate of Newberry college and while
in college was a member of the socie
ty in whose behalf he will speak Fri
The exercises will begin promptly
at 10:30 in Holland Hall. The pro
gramme has been arranged as fol
Prayer-Rev. Edw. Fulenwider.
President-H. B. Hare.
Welcome address-W. L. Kibler.
Address-Sillivan, Univeirsiay of
South Carolina, "The student's duty
to his society."
Address-C. B. Elliott, Erskine col
lege, "Useful in society, useful in
Address-B. F. Ezell, Furman uni
versitv, "The debt of the profession
al leader to 'his literary society.)
Address-Eldridge H. Arrington,
S. C. C. I., ''What the college owes
to its literary society.''
Address-0. M. Clarke, Clemson
college, "The extempore speaker.'
Address , Wofford 6ol
lege, ''The value of a knowledge of
Address , P. C. of S. C.,
"The ideal litera-ry socity."
Gov. M. F. Ansel-Excelsior Alum
Rev. J. H. Wilson, D. D.-Phrena
kosisian Alumni orator.
Friday evening, assisted by
the co-eds or rather the Philomathian
Literary society a reception will be
held firom 8:30 to 11 in Holland Hall
in honor of the visiting -delegates.
Everybody is cordially invited to be
present at the morning exercises
which begin promptly at 10:30 in the
auditorium of Holland Hall.
OLD FOLK'S DAY.
Will be Observed in Grace Lutheran
Church, Prosperity, Sunday May
In accordance -with a eustom, which
has been followed in the Lutheran
hurch at Prosperity, Old Folk's day
will be observed in Grace Lutheran
hurch on Sunday, May 16.
These occasions have proved of,
great interest 'not only to 'the old
folks themselves, but to 'the younger
folks of the community.
The following is the program:
The glory song, by the choir.
Song. Happy Day, by the choir.
Hymn, Coronation, No. 211.
Reading scripture and prayer, by
Rev. M. 0. J. Kreps.
-Hymn, Alas and Did My Savior
Bleed. No. 145.
Address of welcome, Mrs. Kreps.
Hymn, There is a Fountain Filled
With Blood. No. 147.
Hymn, Am I a Soldier of the
Cross ? No 409.
Address. Governor M. F. Ansel.
Solo. The Holy City.
Hymn. How Firm a Foundation Ye
Saints of the Lord.
The hymns used will be found in
t=he Book of Worship and all who can
ire requested to bring their books
A cordial1 invitation is extened to
all to meet with us on 'that day and
enjoy it with the Sunday school.
The Hartford school, taught the
past session by Miss Mamia Switten
berg, will close on Saturday of this
week. The exercises will begin
promptly at 10:30 a. m. The publie
WEST END PARK.
An Excellent and Beautiful Park Has
Been Laid Out-Will be Dedicat
ed Saturday Night.
In the last issue of The Herald and
News was printed the program for
the opening of the park in West End
on Saturday evening of this week.
We understand that President
Wright and his associates have laid'
out and arranged a most beautiful
park for thre benefit of the people
who live in the mill village, and this
park will be formally dedicated on
Saturday evening, and an entertain
ing program has been arranged for
In addition to what has been said
The Herald and News is requested to
print the following:
The public is cordially invited to
attend the opening exercises of the
park at the Newberry mills, Satur
day, May 8, 1909, at 8 o'clock.
An interesting program has been
arranged consisting of music by the
Newberry Concert Band, songs by
the school children and young ladies
and addresses by prominent citizens
of the town.
After the exercises refresihments
will be served the proceeds of which
'will go to the band and Rebecca lodge.
Z. F. Wright,
J. M. Davis,
W. H. Hardeman,
W. C. T. U. BAZAAR.
Will Begin Wednesday With Parade.
Slight Changes as to Baby Show.
Continues Three Days.
There have been some few neces
sary changes made in the arrange
ments for the May festival and bazaar
which is scheduled to begin Wednes
day afternoon at five o 'clock.
As previously announced this festi
val and bazaar will be held in the
ourt room of the old court house,
and there will be beautiful booths
ontaining fancy work, and all kinds
of pretty and dainty articles, as well
as delicious rgfreshments will be
The parade as 'announced will be
gin promptly at five o'clock at the
orner of Caldwell and Boundary
streets and will follow the course as:
outlined. In 'this parade wi,ll be the
lades and members of the W. C. T.
U., and all the children belonging to
the L. T. L. that can possibly be
there, and also others who are inter
ested, and who desire to make this
part of the program a success. Every
one who can should join in and aid
the ladies, as it is quite an undertak
ing and unless help is dheerfully a.nd
willingly given they cannot do much'
of themselves. However, it is -to be
hoped the parade will be a good one
and reflect credit on the citizens of
There is a slight change in the ar
rangements of the baby show. It has
been deemed advisable to enter child
ren up to five years of age in this
contest. The voting will continue
from 4:30 to 5:30 and those children
who are not able to be at the court
house at the beginning and who wish
to do so can join in the show at any
time during the hour. The votes are
ten cents each. The prizes will be
given to the baby receiving the most
votes as the prettiest infant under
one year, then from one to th.ree
years, and from three to five years.
Do not forget that this bazaar will
continue three days, and luncheons
and dinners will be served all three of
the days, and there will be no end to
tihe ~pretty things put on display.
Don't fail to go.
CENTRAL MBTHODIST CHURCH
Rev. 3. W. Wolling, D. D. Pastor.
On Sunday a beautiful May morn
ing brought *a large congregation to
the house of God. The altar and pul
pit were profu'sely adorned with
choice roses and 4ilies offered 'by the
members. The sermon was on the
subject of the ''Inner and th-:
outer life, or true and false living''
with an ea:nest a'ppeal to be true and
sincere before God. The communion
service was the largest except one
ever held 'during the present pastor
ate. A special offering was made for
missions and the Bible society. The
night services were largely attended,
'the song service was spirited and Dr.
Wolling spoke on tibe ''Ohoice of
Moses,' and thus closed the services
for this beautiful May day.
Calvin Crozier Chapter.
There will be a meeting of the Cal
vin Crozier chapter, U. D. C.. with
Miss Florence Bowman, Thursday af
ternoon at five o'clock.
Mary C. Burton,
Will be Observed on Next Tuesday.
Program of Exercises-Address
by Dr. B. H. Teague.
The following is a program of the
exercises to be held on Memorial day,
at 3:30 o'clock, May 11th, at the
Master of Ceremonies. Col. 0. L.
Music "Dixie" chorus of girls.
This will be sung while the Daugh
ters 1:nd Sons of Veterans. march in.
The daughters and sons will remain
standing until the veterans are seat
ed. Everyone is requ.-ted to join
in singing the chorus of "Dixie."
Prayer, Rev. Edward Fulenwider.
Scripture reading, Psalm 90, Dr. J.
Hymn, "How Firm a Foundation."
Recitation, Miss Bernice Martin.
Music. "Auld Lang Syne.''
Address, Dr. B. H. Teague, Aiken,
Bestowal of crosses on Veterans
Presentation of medals.
Music, "One Sweetly Solemn
Benediction, Rev. J.. E. James.
Pupils of Mrs. Susie E. Haltiwanger
Give Recital Despite Inclement
On Friday night Mrs. Susie E. Hal
tiwanger gave a most enjoyable re
eital by her music pupils at her home.
The pieces were all well chosen to suit
the ability of each performer, and the
following program will sihow they
were all of a high standard. The
weather was very inclement and this
kept .a few away that twould other
wise 'have been there, but it was nev
ertheless a pleasant occasion, and a
creditable performance for those who
took part, and reflected much credit
on their excellent teacher.
Sing, Robin, sing, Spaulding, Mary
The Spanish Gypsy, Engel, Sarah
Betrothal March, -Lindsay, Mariet
Waltz, Op. 2, No. 4, Kaiser, Clara
Tulip, Lichner, Cornelia Mayer.
By Moonlight, Astenius, Leberta
Joyful Strains, Schoebel, Lucile
Jolly Coppersmibh, Peter, Annie
Mann, Amelia Klettner, Chorus.
Mirth and Gayety, Kern, Rosalee
Cupid's Message, Forman, Amelia
Fragrant Violet, Spindler, Lois
Valse Hmoresque, Blumenschein,
Sun Shower, Ath'erton, Georgia
Lose Blat.ter, Kolling, Sarah Sim
.L'Eglantine, Bo hm. Mabel Fellers.
Valse Arabesque, Lack, Pauline
Nigihtingale and Zephyr, Boyton
Smith, Kate Summer.
Imnprmptu, Op. 90, No. 4, Schubert,
Bar'ber of Seville (Rossini), R.
Vilbac, Pauline Sligh, Kate Summer.
Mr. Hugh M. Schumpert, the son
of Judge Frank M. Schumpert, of
Newberry, was married to Miss Lena
Montague Huckabee of Lowndesville,
in -that city on last Wednesday.
Mr. Schumpert is well known in
'this city, having for several years
held4 a position with the Anderson
Water, Light and Power company.
At present :he is the superintendent of
the large power ,plan't at Gregg Shoals
on the Savannah river. He is a skill
ed electrician and *a very popular
Miss Huckabee, the bride, is one of
Lowndesv ille 's most beautiful and ac
complished young -wom'en. She, also,
is known in Anderson.
The many friends of both the bride
and the groom feel much interest in
their marriage and wish them every
suce3s through life.-Anderson Mail.
::':eorzio.gici ecord For April.
Teniperature--Mean maxian 75.8.
mean minimum 51.7. mean 64.7, max
imum, 88, date 6, 18; minimum 31,
date 10; greatest daily range, 43.
Precipitation-Totai 2.39 ineohes,
~greatest in 24 hours 1.48 inch, date
30. Number of days with .01 or more
precipitation 7. Clear 13; fair 5.
Killing frost 10th. Thunderstorm
The month has been very dry but
went out with ample rainfall for all
W. G. Peterson,
"WILL ALWAYS BE HOME."
rormer Newberrian Enjoys The Her
ald and News-Like a Letter
It is always pleasant to know that
your work is appreciated and we
sometimes wait too late to give ex
pression to our oppreciation. The
Herald and News will be pardoned
for quoting from a private letter
from a constant .reader of the paper
in Pine Bluff, Ark., and a former
"I enjoy reading it (The Herald
and News) from beginning to end;
the news about my many old friends
and schoolmates, and the articles. and
editorials' that are always good and
"Newberry will always be 'home'
to me and I am so glad to read of its
progress, especially the civic improve
"I would like to tell 'The Idler'
that some of us back Easterners get
so hungry for genuine 'water ground
meal' we -have sent to Virginia and
South Carolina and paid express on
a barrel several times.
"This is a hustling, wide awake
town. If you are ever out this way
be sure to let me know and Mr.
and I will be deligh.ted to have you
stop with us."
Dr. Barrow of Clemson College Will
Conduct One in Newberry-Sug
gestions Asked as to Date.
Mr. A. D. Rudson, one of the young
and progressive farmers of this coun
ty, who lives near Silver Street, has
been in correspondence with Dr. Bar
row, of Clemson college, relative to
;holding a summer school in Newber
ry, during the coming summer, for
the benefit of the farmers.
Dr. Barrow says that the members
of the faculty at Clemson will be
very glad to conduet such an insti-.
tute in the several counties and 'in
fact have decided to conduet insti
tutes of this character in several
counties, and among these they will
It is proposed that Dr. Barrow and
four or five of the professors at
Clemson will come to Newberry some
Atime during the summer when it is
most convenient to the farmers, and
remain. here at least a week giving
instructions in practical farming, and
especially in the selection of seed. In
connection with their lectures they
will go to the fields and teach by ex
The time for this institute has not
yet been fixed, though it will prob
ably be held sometime in August.
Mr. Hudson twill be very glad. to
have suggestions as to the time from
those farmners who will be interested
in the work which it is proposed shall
be done by the . faculty of Clemson,
and letters may be direeted to him
at Newberry, R. D. D. No. 1.
BUSH RIVER BAPTIST CHURCH.
Rev. C. W. Hidden, Pastor.
The coming Suanday morning will
be one of special interest at Bush
river Baptist church. During the
Sunday school the pastor, Rev. C. W.
Hiddeny will deluiver 'a sermonette to
the children. The subject of the reg
ular morning sermon is, "The Ohrist
Shall Come Again,'' the pastor dis
ussing the resurrection, ascension,
the second .coming of Christ, the na
ture of the body of Jesus after He
had risen from the dead, and an ex
planation of where 'the Lord spent the
forty days between the resurrection
and the ascension. The Lord's sup
per will be observed at the close of
Children's day is to be observed
by Bush River Baptist church on the
first Saturday in July on the church
grounds. It will be in the nature of
a big picnic, with special children's
exercises, and a good time for all.
The First Barbecue.
There will be a barbecue served on
Saturday. the 8th. at the residence
of Mr. B. 0. Epting in Newberry.
Through .some mistabe in The Herald
and News office the advert.isement ap
peared last week that this barbecue
would be on Saturday, May 1. The
crrect date is Saturday. May 8, .and
as this is .the first ''eue'' of the sea
son we have no doubt that a great
many: people will take advantage of
geting some first class barbecue meat
The stockholders of the Farmers
Oil Mill will hold their annual meet
1ing in the old court house at 11
o'clck on tihe third Wednesday, be
iug the 19th of May.
All s'tockholders are urged to be
present as the meeting will be of
WV. C. Br.own.
Before the Mayor on Two Charges,
Drunk and Disorderly and Selling
Whiskey-Guilty in Both.
Son Porterfield was before the
mayor yesterday morning. Bob Por
terfield. since he has been on the
chaiu gang, has not had an opportun
ity to appear before the bayor, but it
seems that the name is to be kept
in the annals of the recorder's court.
Son was arrested by Poliemen T. P.
Adams and E. N. Austin oi Satur
day, the chearge being drunk and dis
orderly. This led to some evidence
to suspect that Son had also been en
gaged in the sale of whiskey, and a
charge was lodged against him for
this offense. He was tried or. Aon
day before the mayor and convicted
on eaeh charge. A fine of $25 or 30
day for ibeing drunk and disorderly
and $50 or 30 days for sellin whie
key was imposed by the mayor.
Mr. Jenkins to Visit Newberry.
Mr. J. Mitchell Jenkins, of Spar
tanburg, S. C., district agent of the
Farmers Co-operative Demonstrtion
work will speak at Jalapa, Wednes
day, May 5th, at 4 p. m., Thursday,
May Gth, -Smyrna school house 4 p.
un. and Friday, May 7th, T. W
Keitt's at 4 p. m.
Everybody is cordially invited to be
S. M. Duncan,
Reported by 0. MeR. Holmes.
Good Middling .. .. ....10
Strict Middling...... 9 7-8
Midil;ng .. .. . .. . . 5?
(Corrected by Nat Gist.)
Good Middling ........10
Strict Mid0fing ..... 9 7-4
1 CENT A WORD.
No advertisement 'taken- for
less than 25 cents.
LOST-Elks stiek pin, diamond set
ting. Liberal reward :is -left at The
Herald and News office.
NOTICE-Cotton Seed. We went
you'r -emnants of seed, and will
pay you highest market priee for
same, or will exchange you Meal
and Hulls for same until the 20tig,
da~y of May, 1909.
Little Mountain Oil Mill &Ferti
OLD FUR~NITUE REPATRED and
done over in first class style.
The J. L. Bowles Co.
Phone 16. 4-.30-09-2t.
IF YOU WANT any Furniture re
paired -or done over in ~first class
style call on us or phone 16.
The J. L. Bowles Co.
A First Class barbecue will be far
nished at Mr. B. 0. Epting's in the
town of Newberry on Saturday,
May 1st. 4-26-094t.
BRAND NEW PIANOS at a bargain
We are agents for 1the Schultz pia
nos. Terms to suit you. Call and
The J. L. Bowles Co.
F. P. Caugbman, Veterinarian and
Dentist. Bishop's Stables,
Newberry, S. C.
HELLO! Lookout for hacks No. 50
andi No. 27. Good service. Phone
40. Eugene Gary and Wesley
JERSEY BUTTER--I can supply a
limited number of eustomers reg
ularly with Pure Jersey Butter.
Alex D. Hudson,
4-1-09td. Telephone 194-3rings.
"PACQUTLTIE,'' famous stallion for
medly owned by Jack Brown, andl
big fine jack, at Epting's old shed,
at cotton yard, for service. Fee,
$10.00. Groom fee 50e.
Thos. J. Davenport.
GET YOUR GLASSEs from Dr. G.
WV. Conrnor, a graduate of the larg
et optical college ini the world-the
Northern Illinois College of Chica
go. Dr. Connior is located permcan
ently in Newberry, gives both the
ob.iective and subjective tests by
electricity and guarantees his work.
nOfen oer Copeland Brothers.