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The Movements of Many People
Newberrians and 'Those Who
Mrs. Mary WXrig: tc returnned yest.r
dav from a sIrt visit to Cilnton.
Mr. J. A. Blackwelder has returned
from a trip to Ciiarleston.
Sheriff Buford returned yesterday
from a business trip to Columbia.
Mrs. C. F. Bell, of Leona, Tex., is
visiting her sister. Mrs. J. M. Friday.
Capt. W. H. Day is in the city visit
ing, this week.
Dr. E. C. Doyle. of Seneca, spent
yesterday in the city.
Hon. George Johnstone went to Co
Mr. B. J. Reagan has returned to
Central, after visiting in the city.
Miss Sarah Fant, of Whitmire is
visiting at Dr. J. K. Gilder 's.
Capt. Richard 0 'Neal, of Colum
bia. is in the city on businesi.
Miss Lucy Wallace, of Charlotte,
N. C.. is visiting Mrs. 0. B. Cannon
and Mrs. R. M. Kennedy.
Messrs. Robert Norris and Frank
Hipp returned yesterday from a trip
Miss Wallace, of Charlotte. N. C.,
is visiting Mrs. R. M. Kennedy, at
the home of Mr. M. A. Carlisle.
,Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Shaw are ex
pected to visit at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. J. W. Wolling this week.
Miss Mabel Hearon, of Bishopville,
will be one of the commencement vis
itors in th"e city.
Mrs. J. B. Haigler, who has been
visi.ting her mot:her. Mrs. Rosannah
Havird, has returned to her home.
Mrs. G. 0. Fulenwider is visitng at
the home of her son. Rev. Edward
Mrs. Conner, mother of Dr. G. W.
Conner, has returned to her home in
Miss Blanche Davidson is Visiting
her sister, Miss Anita Davidson, at
Bethune, S. C.
Messrs. 0. E. Johnson and S. L.
Johnson, of Charleston[spent Tues
day in the city.
Prof. and Mrs. J. N. S.wittenberg,
of Pickens, are visiting at the :home
of Mrs. S. A. Riser.
Mrs. Ceeil L. Reid, of Fredericks
burg, Va., is expeeted to arrive in
the city this week to visit her father,
Mr. A. J. Gibson.
Mr. 0. McR. Holmes attended the
'meeting of 'the Grand Lodge Knights
of Pythias in Charleston and has now
gone to Savannah.
Hon. Thos. G. McLeod, of Bishop
ville, while in the city for commence
ment will be the guest of Mr. and
Mr's. E. H. Aull.
Mr. and Mrs. Aumerle Schumpert
and Master Osborne Schumpert are
visiting at- the :home of Mr. and Mrs.
0. L. Schumpert.
Misses Eleanor Martin, Ione Cald
well, Banna Green, and Emma Rogers
reurned Wednesda>y from Chicora col
lege in Greenville.
Miss Eula Walker after an extend
ed visit to friends in Georgia is ag)ain
a visitor at the home of Mrs. J. Y.
'Mr. John C. Goggans'Ieft the first
of the week for Baltimore, Md., to be
with Mrs. Goggans who is .at Johns
Hopkins hospital in .that city.
Rev. T. B. Epting, of Walahalla, is
visiting his father, Mr. L. L. Epting,
and will preach at the Lutheran
Chureb of the Redeemer on Sunday
Miss Sarah Houseal, of Eizab)th
college, who has been the guest of
MLiss Bert'ha Dotger since commence
ment, has oone to her home in Ne
berry, S. ('.. to spend the summ er.
Charlotte Observer. 26th.
Messrs. Geo. S. Mower. C'o'le. L.
Blease, S. J. Derrick, E. H. Aull, and
John K. Aull shave returned from the
meeting of 'the Grand Lodge Knights
of Pythias in Charleston. Mr. C. A.
Bowman, who also attended the grand
lodge will remain in Charleston a few
Misses Gertrude Simpson and Miss
Mary Lou Bowers, who have been in
deaconess work in the Lutheran home
in Columbia ihave returned to their
respective homes in Prosperity and
Newberry, for about a three weeks'
vacation, at the end of which time
tihey expect to take up work in the
hospital either in Columbia or Char
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
There will be preachin-g service at
St. Matthews on Sunday nmrning at
eleven o'clock by Rev. J. J. Long.
Centra Epworth league will meet
inniItt and a full attendance is re
There will be a meeting of the men
of the ChuroL of tihe Redeemer at
the church on Friday iiht at 8:30
i oc (lock.
There will be services on Sabbath
morning at eleven a. i. at King,'s
Creek and in the evening at 8:30 at
the A. R. P. ehurch at Prosperity.
The ladies benevolent society of the
A. R. P. churcb will meet at the
church Monday afternoon at 4:30
o'clock. All members are urged to
come as there is important business to t
The professors' houses on the eol
lege campus have all been recently
painted. and the entire place has pat
on a neat. attractive appearance in
honor of the approaching commence
Clean Up Week.
The city council has the street ov
erseer and his force at work on the
streets of the city. and beginning with
Monday, May 31st, they will see that
the town is thoroughly cleaned up
and made tidy and attractive for the 1
commencement season and the guests
who will be here on that occasion. It
is to be ihoped that everyone will per
sonally look after their own premises
and let Newberry put on tih; best,
cleanest and brightest appearance
she has in many a year. Everyone
can help -this good work along by see
ing that their own place is put in or- c
der. Don't forget this is clean up c
CENTRAL METHODIST CHURCH.
Rev. J. W. Wolling, D. D., Pastor.
The regalar .services in Central
Church at 11 o'clock Sunday will be
directed by the pastor, who will speak
on the subject: "Three leaders, their 3
conversion and work.'" All the mem- I
bers and friends are urged to be pres- r
Sunday school at 5 in the after- i
noon. It is an interesting service and I
ithe only one in the city at that hour. t
All are invited. t
At night Dr. Wolling will speak on v
one of the parables. There will be f
a song service with familiar hy'mns. t
Commercial travelers, visitors in tihe f
city and the general public are all in- e
vited to attend these services. t
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer. t
(Rev. Edward Fuilenwider, pastor.) t
IServices at the Chureh of 'the Re
deemer Sunday as follows: 11 a. m.
regular morning service. The sermon
will be preached by the Rev. T. B.
Epting, of Walhalla, S. C. Mr. Ept
ing is a son of Mr. and Mr1s. L. I. ~
Epting, of Neiwbery, and an alumnus t
of Newberry college. t
At 8 :30 p. mn. threre will be a special I
''Farewell service'' to the young men
of tihe college. TDhis being the last 1
night they will worship .witih us in(
I lbe church until the opening of next .
bession of the college. The pastor
will preach on the subject, ''The (
Christian Knight of the Tjwe.ntiet'h 1
Century.'' The y-oung men will lead I
Sunday school meets at 9:45 a. in. (
The offering Sunday will be for the y
orphan which the school supports. 1
A cordial invitation to all the ser
vices of the chrreh and Sunday school i
is extended the public.
Mr. C. V. Vickrey~ to Preach. I
Quite a rare treat is in store for
those who attend the Presbyterian
church. on next Sabbath morning and
evening. Mr. C. V. Vic.krey, of New
York eity, will speak at 11 a. in. and
give his illustra-ted lecture at 8 :15 p.
Mr. Vickrey is one 01a .he leaderst
of the laymen's missionary movement
being one of the fifty prominent lay-r
men who at their own expense made.
an investigating tour throughou-t the
Mr. Vickrey is an interesting and
attractive speaker and it is a rare
pleasure to have him here.t
Graduates in Music.t
Miss Pauline Gilder wiho has been
at tending the Institution of Musical C
Art in the city of New York. of which
Prof. Frank ~Damroseh is director,.
has graduated in instrumental music
and will receive her, diploma at thet
coming commenceemnnt which will be
on June 3. Miss Gilder is also a
student in voice culture of tihe great
Saenger, who gives private voice les
sons in New York eity. Miss Bess
Gilder has gone to New York to be
present at the commencement exer
ises. She and her sister, Miss Paul- t
'e, are spending this week and a part ~
of next week witih Mrs. Remseu, a
daughter of Mrs. Weeks, on Long Is- ~
Death of Mr. Calvin Caldwell.
Mr. Calvin Caldwel.l, who lives near
the Mt. Pleasant church. died Wednes
day. and was buried at Ebenezer r
ehurch yesterday. The funeral ser
vices were conducted by Rev. Ira. S. t
Cadwell, of Prosperity. He leaves a1
THE SESSIONS COURT. S
ury to be Drawn Today-County V
Has Been Remarkably Free rrom
Crime For Some Time.
The -uomei term of the ::eTI
essions court for Newber::y count. F
vill convene on June 14. .J1i ige Jas. 11
V. DeVore. of Edgelield, who held the a:
onunon pleas court in Newberry a
hurt time ago, will preside. p
The docket for the criminal court is S
Lt present very light. The county has a:
>een remaikablv free of crime since
he last term of the general sessions u
aour't4 On several occasions since W
hat time the jail has been free of
)risoners. It has been oYbserved.h
loweAer, that in Newberry county
any of the offence.s (ommitted have
>een committed during a short period
mmediately preceding court. It is to
re hoped, of course. that such will not
)e the case at -this time. t
Several cases, including two or
hree murder cases, were brought ov
r from the last court, and will be
alled for trial.
The jury commissioners will draw
he jury today to serve for the term,
vhich will continue only during one
Crosses of Honor. o
Mrs. J. A. Burton has sent in a no- P
ice to The Herald and News that tl
rosses of honor are to be bestowed v
n the following Confederate veterans rn
n Juna 3:
J. H. Bickley, J. A. Counts, H. H. a
ounts, H. C. Derrick, G. W. Mayer,
A. W. Stoudemayer, B. F. Shealy.
Dr. Wolling to tle School. A
Dr. J. W. Wolling by invitation of -
liss Mary C. Burton and the mem
ers of her class, the sixth grade,
iade a most pleasing r-ddress to them le
ne morning this week, his subject t
eing "Experiences on Crossing the t
qIuator." and also facts in regard It
o Brazil. Dr. Wolling exhibited .to ti
he children several very beautiful b<
,alking canes which he had brought di
rom the tropical regions, and among C(
hem a mahogany cane, of exquisite tj
nis. and the history of which he /
xplained. At the close of his talk s,
he Doctor was given quite an ova- a]
ion by the children, as they showed e
heir appreciation of what he ihad told 01
hem by spontaneous applause.
tome Points For Patrons of Rural tc
Delivery Routes. h
Patrons are required to place their OJ
oxes convenient by the road side so ~
hat carriers will not have ,to leave til
heir seats to serve them. In order to s]
e convenient, the post for a box q
hould be on a level pla.ee four feet d
ih and t:he box should be on an arm b
tacked on to post) two feet long so o:
our carrier can drive, under the box.
Patrons will please buy from their ir
arrier and keep a small supply on ri
and of stamps. stamped .envelopes, v
Tnited States postal cards, and place p
tamps on letters and private post
ards and save your carrier from the
nnoyance of licking stamps and fish- S
ng for pennies.
Patrons should interest themselves
a the roads. Go over the route ocea- a:
ionally and see what your carrier has p
o contend with w'hen you see some T
laces that need attention, help get tl
rem fixed by seeing the proper per- cl
ons, -then help bear his burdens. Re- 14
2ember you look daily for your car
ier to come on time. t
A Rural Carrier. se
At First Baptist Church.
Dr. Arch C. Cree having finished
he special work he has been doing
or the foreign mission hoard, has
esumed his evangelistic work. He te
now in a series of revival meetings k:
ith tihe First Baptist church, New- ft
erry. His home address is Gaffney, di
.C., where he may be addressed by ul
hose desiring his services. h
The above is taken from the Ba.p- ti
ist Courier of May 27. Since Sun- N
ay Dr. Cree has been preaching some 31I
xceedingly thoughtful and splendid
ermons both in .the morning and .
vening at the First Baptist church of ei
his city. Those who have not heard y
)r. Cree should avai-l themselves of b<
be opportunity now. as 'he says 'he
annot remain in Newvberry very is
Business School Closes. e
The Cecil Business sdhool closed ft
'esterday after a very successful et
erm. Mr. Cecil in talking to a Her
Id and News representative said that
had had all he and his assistants ~
ould do both tihirough the day and the
ight sessions of the sehool, and that m
e was very mnudh gratified over the od
ccess wthich he had attained. He e<
lsn stated that in all probability lie t.
ould return to Newbe'rry in January el
nad reopen his school here. A busi- ii
Less scho)ol is a good thing to have in l
community, and it is to be hoped se
hat Mr. Cecil will see his way clear.
BRVICES AT BAPTIST CHURCH.
il Continue Through Sunday-The
Program For S'inday Ser
ThLe :iieer ings in }gre'- at the
- all and will be contine it so long
(inter,est sueeis to Varrant.
Dr. R. C. Cre, wno i; assisting the
istor. Rev. Gen. A. W:-izht, has con
nted to remain uver next Sunday
id a part of next week at least.
ood congregations are in attendance
pon their ministry and the earnest
ords of the evangelist are being ac
)rded a responsive and sympathetic
A full program is being planned
>r Sunday at nine thirty. There will
e a prayer meeting for the officers
the church and the officers and
aebers of the Sunday school. At
n o'clock the Sunday school will as
mible to listen to an add-ress to
>ung people by Dr. Cree. At eleven
clock Dr. Cree will preach on the
onement. and in the afternoon a
ass meeting for men will be fheld at
hich the evangelist will sp'eak to the
en of the audience on the "Tragedy
'Sin." This meeting will be held
the First Baptist ehurch at 3:30
'clock. At nigiht Dr.- Cre- will
reach on "God, has no1 pleasure in
e death of the wicked.'' Tlhis ser
ee will begin at 8:15. There will be
ular services at 11 and 8:15
elock through the first of next week
RURAL CARRIERS TO DINE
nnual Convention Next Monday-R.
Toms to Deliver Address on
Dinner will be served for the rural
tter cariers and their substitutes of
ie county on Monday next, which is
'e date of tiheir annual convention.
is hoped that the county associa
n will be able to increase its mem
rship to such an extent that a large
4legation may be sent to the State
vention at Rock Hill to pull for
e next State convention to be held
Newberry. Every carrier and <his
Lbs.itute is cordially invited and
-ged to be present on the 31st wheth
- he is a member of the association
Mr. R. E. Toms the civil engineer
ho the gover'nment has sent here
Sbuild a piece of experiment road.
is consented to address the carriers
i the subject that must be upper
ost in the minds of nearly all of
tem-road building. Postoffice In
>etor G. M. Brown ehas - been re
ested to be present and make an ad
ess and to conduct a question box
2t it has not been learned whrether
-not he can come.
Both these addresses will be of
uch interest to others than tihe ear
ers. therefore, the doors of the con
antion will be thrown open to the
rvices in the New Church at Silver
The first service in ths new Luther
1 ehureb at Silver Street will take
ace SundAy morning at 11 o'clock.
he communion will be celebrated and
te offering will be applied on the
uiurch building. Sunday school at
We extend a most cordial invitation
all who may desire to attend these
S. P. Koon.
Coming to Newberry to Live.
It.will be a source of genuine rgret
hundreds of persons in this city to
1ow that Miss E.'.nnie C. Gist, who
r quite a long period has be-a.1 ->ne
the most efficient, faithful and piop
ar tcoehers of the graded schoo1s,
' not appl.ied for the positio-1 again
is year, -and will very soon goto
ewberry to live with -her brother,
r Nat Gist.
Not enly iln school circles. but in
-eryv cepe rtment of church work. Et
arv clubs, and U. D. C. xvork will
iss Gist be missed-and her' low will
keenly felt as she was one h
as not only present at. but was will
to do whatever she could to make
at which she entered into, a most
~rfect success, and sin many in:stanec
largely through her zeal and faith
lness was t'he object desired attain
OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that I will
ake a final settlemen-t of the estate
'Mevin Hartm.an, deceased, in the
mrt of probate for Newberry coun
-on Thursday. June 24, 1909, at
even o 'clock in the forenoon, and
amediately thereafter apply for
tte dismissory as administrator of
B. 0. Lovelace,
NEWS OF BACHMAN CHAPEL.
Preaching Services at Colony and
Bac- .a Chapel-Personal
Bachinain Chapel. May 26.-There
vill be pjreavbing at Baehman Chapel
on next Sunday morning. the 30th. at
1 'lck IY tlie pastor Rev. P. H. E.
Derrick. Sunday school at ten
There will also be an election held
for the offienes of the ohurch and a
full attendance of the m4mbers is re
quested to be present and cast their
We have had fine rains in this see
tion which were needed very much and
will do a great deal of good. We no
tiec in some sections that the land
was washed badly. but it wasn't
e1ough to do any damage in our sec
Harvest is almost here and will be
short this year as far as we have seen.
There will be preaching at Colony
church on next Sunday, the 30th, in
stead of .the first Sunday in June. at
11 o'clock a. m. Sunday school at 10
o'clock. Dr. A. J. Bowers will take
a two montihs vacation and Rev. I. E.
Long. one of the students of the
Theological seminary, of Charleston,
will fill his pulpit during this time.
Rev. Long only likes one year of cam
pletina his studies and is a You;-I'z
man of a bright future, full of prom
i" Mnd usefulness and we feel sur
iha- his life will mean much for Vie
uipbuiding of our Master's king6>m
Mr Maxev MoNrris and Miss D.lla
Lon:, o. Newberry, spent a while im
Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
J. K. Epps.
Mrs. G. I. Kinard spent a few days
of this ,week with 'rer mother. Mrs.
Lizzie Sligh. of the Ebenezer section,
who is confined to her bed with ty
Prof. Perry Schumpert, of the Mt.
Pilgrim section. visited his brother,
Mr. Levi Schumpert on last Satur
day and Sunday.
Mr. D. Q. Wilson and daughter,
Ruth, spent last Saturday night with
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Wilson and fam
Messrs. T. J. and D. Q. Wilson
spent last Sunday at the home of
Rev. and, Mrs. J. A. Sligh, of near St.
Messis. Eugene Buzhardt anil Clem
son Wilson, of near Newberry, visited
at the home of Mr. a.nd Mrs. T. J.
Wilson on last Sunday..
We -never .like 'to make it a. practice
of finding fault with anybody. but
we just want to say to the proof read
er or the Linotype mae.hine man. that
there were several little mistakes in
our last letter~that made it sound dif
ferent to what we intended. What
we write is generally done hurriedly
as our time is limited and we know
that it isn't written quite as plain
as type but we kindly ask you to ex
amine it carefully before setting it up
and you will oblige me very mueh.
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* SOCIAL. *
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
The Bachelo:- Ma'ds ;.are most
charmingly entr'rtaimcl by Mrs. W. C.
Shenek on Wednesday afternoon. A
very on.ioyable and enthusiastic game
of Old Maids was pat ticiipated in by
those. pr ent. After which a dainty
sweet course followed by mints was
served. The members who were pres
ent were: Misses Jeanne Pelham,
Fannie McCaughrin, Lalla Martin,
Margaret Gibson, Myra Mower.
Blaneihe Davidson, 'Daisy Carinon,
Cora and Elizabeth Dominick, Fannie
Mae and Gertrude Car,wile, Mrs. P.
E. Scott. Tihe visitors were: Mrs. Jno.
K. Aull, Mrs. Lake Calf, of Green
ville. Mrs. Herman Wright, and Miss
Lalla Rook Simmons.
The Woman's elab met yesterday
afternoon at five o'clock with Mrs.
S. B. Aull. Besides the regular mem
bers each member invited a friend to
go to the meeting with her.. and al
together Mrs. Aull had about fifty
guests. Light dainty refreshments
weese-rved during the afternoon.
In addition to the business matters
attended to and some social features,
one of the pleasures of the meeting
was an address made by Dr. J. M.
Kibler on the care and training of
children. This was .the last meeting'
to be .held until fall, and the members
feel that the club has been of much
benefit to them. In fact when the
names of the members were called
each one responded to the roll call
with 'an answer to the question.
''What :han the club done for you in
The Shakespeare clab met last
evening with Mrs. E. B. Wilbur. This
was the last meeting for the summer.
The play H'enry IV is the subject
that the meminbers hiad last un.der con
:.s..:- . tis theme was finished
ltei)orted by U. MeR. Holmes.
Good Middling. ..10
Strict Middling . ..10 5
1Middling .. .. .. .. .. . ..10
(Corrected by Nat Gist.)
Good Middling .. .. .. .. ..10 3
Strict Middling.. .... ....10 5
Middling ............ ..10 1
1 CENT A WORD.
No advertisement taken f9r
less than 25 cents.
HOW ABOUT your linens for com
mencement. Better let us fix 'em
up now. Phone 175.
White Star Laundry.
BE YOUR OWN BOSS-Make $4
daily at Aime silvering mirrors.
An,vone can do the work in sparC
time. Booklet and sample freae. G.
F. Redmond, Dept. 238, Bpston,
CINCO, ROIG and PORTUGUESE
..Cigars from 1 to 1,000 at
Broaddus & Ruff's.
!SEE HERE that vest must be laun
dared for commencement. Phone
175, our driver will wait on you.
White Star Laundry.
FOR SALE-Forked leaf vineless
yam potato plants, 1,000, $2; 5,000,
$1.50; 20,000, $1.25 per 1,000. Toma
to plants $1.50 per 1,000 f. o. b. ex.
here; cash with order. W. Lykes,
Lykesland, S. C.
Or COURSE you want your shirts,
collars, cuffs and vests looking tip
top for commencement. A phone
message will bring our wagon to
your door. Phone 175.
White Star Laundry.
BUY your cigars at
Broaddus & Ruff's.
EY THE WAY do you rea;lize that
*commencement week' is near at
hand. Better let us look after
your linens for -you now. Phone
. White Star Laundry.
GET YOUR GLASSES from Dr. G.
W. Connor, a graduate of the larg
est optical college in the world-the .
Northern Illinois College of Chica
go. Dr. Connor is located perman
ently in Newberry, gives both the
objecti-ve and subjective tests by
electricity and guarantees his work.
Ofice over Copeland Brothers.
NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR
APPOINTMENT OF PUBLIC1
For the reason that no fit, .compe
tent and responsible person can be
guardianship of James Johnson, a
minor, notice is hereby given that
the undersigned will make applica
tion to Hon. J. W. Devore, Judge of
the Court of Common Pleas, at New
berry, S. C., on June 14, 1909, at 11,
o'clock a. in., for the appointment of
Frank M. Schumpert, Judge of Pro
bate .for Newberry Counity, as Public
Guar'dian of the ,estate of said minor,
said estate consisting of -eash money,
of the sum of about seventy-se en
Newberry. S. S., May 16, 1909.
'Recorded in American Jersey Herd.
Sire Tam Fox Imported by T. S.
.Dam. Mona'Amli No. 176.413.
It is a beautiful. vigorous indivi
dual. bred in the purple, possessing
'great merit; won first prize as calf
at Georgria State fair 1906: 'won first
prize as yearly at S. C. State fair
1907. Gentle disposi'tion, a sure
breeder. (See tabulated pedigree and
better test of ancestry at my .home.)
The patronage of owners desiring
to improve the future mnileher is solie
Servi-ee fee $2.00, due at time of
service, with return privilege.
E. 0. Lake,
Newberry, S. C., (St. Julia). R. F.
D. No. 7.
The eighth wonder of a married
mans' world is why he ever did it.
Y' meter how sill a pretty girl
tals men never seem to notice it.