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'The Movements of Many People
Newberrians and Those Who
Mr. W. R. Reid. of Chappells, was
iii the city last week.
Mr. Charles Barron, of Columbia.
was in the city yesterday.
Mr. J. W. Watts, of Columbia, was
in the city yesterday.
Miss Clara Reighley has retu-rned
home from Columbia college to spend
the summer vacation.
Mrs. H. H. Sweet, of Louisville,
Ky., is visiting at the home of Mr.
.Foster N. Martin.
Miss Belle Cannon is visitinz at tje
,home of her brother, Mr. C. H. Can
Mr. John M. Cannon, a prominent
lawyer of Laurens, was in Newberry
on business yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Shaw left Sun
-day evening for their home in Colum
Capt. W. H. Day left yesterday
morning for the mountains to speud
Dr. J. W. Wolling left yesterday
for a visit of several days to friends
in and around Sumter.
Dr. A. J. Bowers went to Columbia
on Saturday and preached Sunday
morning and Sunday evening in Ebe
Rev. C. M. Riser, an alumnus of
Newberry college, and who recently
gra;duated at the Lutheran Theologi
cal seminary, paid a visit to Newber
ry college recently.
Messrs. A. J. Forde and John E.
Phillips came to visit Mr. Forde's
brother last week, driving through.
the country in a Ford Roadster auto
Dr. William Hayn- Leavell, of Car
roiton, Miss., but formerly of New
ry, preached the baccalaureate ser
mon at the University of Mississippi,
Oxford, Miss, on Sunday.
C*l. E. H. Aull left Saturday af
ternoon for Greenville and Atlanta,
Ga., to make arrangements for the
meeting of the Press association in
the former city and a short trip on
which lie will take the members to
Atlanta and Tallulah Falls.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The Fortnightly club will hold a
Sbusiness me'ting with Mrs. W. H.]
CZarwile this afternoon.
The Amus-U theabre has an attrac
tive program for every day this
week. The Amus-U is a deservedly
popular place of clean amusement.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
*Ch.ureh of the Redeemer will meet
with Mrs. A. J. Bowers this after
noon at five o'elock.
Sheriff Buford went to Timmons
sville and brought back with him Robt.
Taylor, colored, iharged with failure
t.o support his family.
The many friends of Mr. S. P.
iBoozer will regret to know that he is
~very seriously ill, there being little
hope of his recovery.
Don't fail to see the beautifully
decorated show windows at Mayes'
Book store. They are decorated es
specially for tcommencement.1
There will be the regular prayer
aneeting service at the First Baptist
schurch on Wednesday night. All
:members are urged to be present.
The leaving time at Newbery of
~Southern passenger No. 11, from Co-!
lumbia to Greenville, has been chang
ed from 3:20 p. m. to 2:48 p. mn.
The young .ladies auxiliary of the*
Church of the Redeemer held a very
pleasant meeting yesterday afternoon
at five thirty with Miss Elizabeth'
' Prsident J. Henry Harms return-;
red from Ola, S. C., on yesterday. He
:preached the commencement sermon
oin Sunday before the High school at
Calvin Crozier Chapter, U. D. C.,,
'will meet on Thursday afternoon at
-5:30 o'clock in the chamber of coin
-meree .rooms. All members are re
(juested to be present.
.:Mr. -R. ~B. Wallace special repre
senitative of the Cable Piano Co., will
:arrive in Newberry June first to re
ma~in a few days only. He will be
pleased to advise with prospective
The Herald and News prints on the
sixth and seventh pages of this issue
:an interesting and valuable a.ddress
.&eliverea before the Woman's club
by Dr. J. M. KibJer, on The Proper
Care of Children.
The en.ior class of Newberry col
lege will be the guests of the junior
class at a banquent -on Thursday
avnin'g The ladies of the A. R. P.
chureh will have the spread in charg
and no doubt it will be a fine one.
There will be a choral service a
St. Luke's Episcopal church or
Thursday evening, June 3, at 8:34
o'clock. The choir will be vested ai
this service. The public is most cor
The meeting of the Epworth leagu<
of Central Methodist church will b(
held on Thursday evening, instead o,
Friday evening, of this week. Thi
will be a business meeting, and delo
gates to the annual meeting to be heli
in St. Gorges the last of June wil'
be elected at this meeting.
The private school conducted dur.
ing the past session by Prof. J. B.
D'Neal Holloway had a very success
Cul elosing on Friday, bringing to ar
mnd a very successful session in every
respect. Prof. Holloway has had a
aumber of young men and young la
lies in attendance upon his privatE
ichool, and he has prepared several
>f them for college. -
THE JUNIOR ORATORS.
Speakers Selected to Contest For
Junior Medal in Oratory During
In the preliminary contest which
was held at Holland Hall on Thurs
lay afternoon by the junior class sis
nembers were selected to represent
he class in the medal contest a't the
ipproaching commencement of the
yollege. These axe:
Mr. Aan Johnstone, Jr., whosm
;ubject was, "The Knight of the
Mr. H. A. Lubs, of Savannah, Ga.,
wvhose subject was, "What Shall We
Mr. H. B. Schaeffer, of Savannah,
i'a., whose subject was, "The Poten
y of Thought.
Mr. P. J. Bame, of North Carolina,
whose subject was, "Wherein Lies
the Nation's Wealthl"
Mr. H. B. Wessinger, of Lexington,
whose subject was, "Government
Mr. C. J. Sheely, whose subject
was, "The Saving of a Nation.'
The junior class this year number.
hirty, four of whom are young ladies,
d the twenty-six young men entered
The folloiwing invitation comes
~rom Edgefield, S. C., and is of inter
~st to many Charlotte people:
tr. and Mrs. Arthur Smyly Tomp.
requests your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
V.r. Augustus Summerfield M'errimon
on Tuesday evening, June fifteenth
me thousand nine hundred and nine
at eight,thirty o 'clock
Edgefield, .South Carolina.
Reception from 9 to 12 o'clock.
Miss Tompkins is a niece of Mr. D.
'i. Tompkins, of this city, and, having
ften visited here, has a host of
3halotte friends. Mr. Merrimon is
L grandson of the late Chief Justice
derrimon, of Nor.th Carolina, and a
1ephew of Senator Lee S-. Overman,
>f Salisbury. Mr. Merrimon is loeat
id at Sumter, S. C., where he holds e
cition in one of the leading banks
>f that city-Oharlotte Observer.
Miss Tompkins is a sister of Mrs.
mo. K. Aull, of Newberry, and has
nade many friends here on her visits
;o this city.
Protracted Meeting Closed.
The protraeted meeting which has
meeni in progress at the First Baptist
yhureh for the past week closed on
The preaching of Dr. Cree was very
?arnest and ihelpful to his listeners,
md he left a good impression upor
:he community both as a preacher of
very high order and a man of deep
iety and of a charming personality
EIe has returned to his ahome in Gaff
sey for a short rest, after which he
will .enter upon *a number of engage
ments for special services.
The four services which Dr. CreE
ield on Sunday were well attended
and much good will no doubt folHow
from the eanrest and inspiring word&
(f the evangelist. There were 19 ap
picants for church memibership.
Barbecue at Mr. 3. P. Wicker's.
A barbecue will be given at Mr
Jno. P. Wicker's in the grove in fron'
if his home on Satur.nay, July 3. Thi
dinner will be coocA by Messrs. J
I. Graham and H. Monroe Wicker
which is a guarantee that it will bE
first class in every particular. It is
the intention to have some addresses
during the day in the interest of good
roads, and there will be a gamxe of bal:
in the natrnon.
Those Who Have Returned Incom
For Taxation in Newberry
All yearly incomes of more th;
$2.50 a.re subject to taxation
this State. Comptroller General Jon
has been making an effort to bri,
about a more general enforcement
this law, and as a result considerat
more incomes have been returned i
over the State this year than ev
before. Comptroller General Jon
[I been very complimentary
speaking of the work of County Au
itor Werts, of Newberry, in sendii
in his income tax returns.
Those who have returned their i
comes in this county, and the amoun
Which have been returned, are pu
lished herewith. The amounts repr
sent the net income. Of the amoun
given, all over $2,500 is taxed.
Geo. S. Mower, $6,300.
George Johnstone, $5,455.
Chas. E. Summer, $4,700.
F. Z. Wilson, $4,000.
Geo. B. Cromer, $4,125.
Geo. W. Snmmer, $6,500.
W. H. Hunt, $4,062.
J. M. Davis, 2,850.
Dr. 0. B. Mayer, $4,600.
Z. F. Wright, $7,716.
E. B. Wilbur, $3,267.
Jno. M. Kinard, $4,900.
J. H. Summer, $4,000.
Robert Norris, $3,104.
Dr. W. G. Houseal, $3,399.
James A. Mimnaugh, $3,600.
Dr.,James McIntosh, $2,956.'
Edw. R. Hipp, $4,075.
Gentlemen of the Jury.
The following jurors have beE
drawn to serve during the crimin;
court for Newberry, Judge J. W. D
Vore presiding, whieh convenes <
June 14, continuing one week.
J. M. Ward.
C. H. Cannon.
Jno. Mi Taylor.
B. H. Wilson.
T. B. Bedenbaugh.
J. L. Dickert.
J. R. Epting.
H. B. Wells.
C. C. Schumpert.
Joseph T. Hutchinson.
H. B. Wessinger.
B. P. Hawkins.
P. B. Odel'l.
Pat. B. Wise.
M. A. Boozer.
S. S. Birge.
D. L. Wedaman.
J. A. Senn.
Jno. B. Griffin..
George S. Ruff.
J. P. Wheeler.
Jno. R. Gilliam.
J. R.obt Lake.
J. B. Scurry.
W. L. Duckett.
Sims W. Brown.
W. B. Wallace..
J. C. Duncan.
J. P. Neel.
J. B. Dawkins.
W. C. Miller.
T. E. G}rizzard.
J. Willie Long.
Children's Day at Smyrna.
Sunday, June 6, will be observed
hildren's day at Smyrna churel
Services will begin at 10:30 a. m.
11 o'clock there will be an: address t
the Rev. Maxy Smith, returned mi
sionary from China. Mr. Smith wi
preach in the afternoon. Dinner wi
be served on the grounds.
Negro Arrested, Tried and Put c
Chain Gang in Less Than Ten
Some iquick work was done by Co:
stable Cannon G. Blease in makir
an arrest, and by Magistrate Cha]
pell in carrying through a trial <c
Saturday. A warrant against Wi
Maybin, colored, charging Ihim wil
violating a contract with Mr. Jno.
Oxner, was placed in Constab
Blease 's hands. He found Mayb
in front of the Newberry hotel at
carried him to Magistrate Chappell
office, where he was t.ried immediat
ly, and convicted. The chain gai
was in Newberry, and he was delive
ed to the gang in 'less th'an ten mi
utes-or, to be more exact, in 7 mi:
ute--after the warrant had be<
placed in Constable Blease 's hands
Barbecue at Mollohon.
A barbecue will be given by C. '3
Long on Mr. David R. Rivers' lot,
the Mollohon mill, on Saturday, Jul
5. The dinner will be cooked by 1
M. Mills, which is an assurance th;
it w.ill be first-class. Dinner will I
served promptly at 12 o'clock.
Mag Wa.ld-rop, a negro woma
was accidentally shot a a house
Hallm.an row yester~day mrnring. SJ
THE RURAL CARRIERS.
s A Red Letter Day For Them-TI
Annual Meeting-State Asso
ciation Invited to Newberry.
L1 Ii Il vitral A 1 l.r ( 'irrier.s asso<
Ln 0.011 Ll NeWher MV tJU1]1 IiI in
as a:nber of commtaueie ro:.s
> The meetin,_ was called to order
[y the president, i. C. Counts. Minu
1 of last meeting wLLe read and
as Report of committee on making
V roads traveled by rural carriers p
I- lie highways was made by P. F.
ig Vore, and approved.
Report of committee on good ro
a- was made by R. C. Counts and T.
J- Report from the delegates to
e- State convention was made by T.
The treasurer reported that the
sociation had paid all expenses z
had $7.94 in the treasury.
Mr. T. E. Wicker moved that
State R. L. C. association be invi
to meet at Newberry July 4 and
1909. This was carried unanimou:
The election of officers was as :
R. C. Counts, president.
W. S. Seybt, vice president.
W. G. Peterson, secretary :
Sub-carriers were admitted to
association on the payment of $1.5
The following delegates were e1
ed to the meeting of the State as
ciation, which will meet at Rock I
July 5 and 6, 1909:
L. S. Henderson, J. W. D. J0
son, Joe Hartman, B. B. Leitzsey.
n ternates: J. D. Smith, W. S. Sey
i John Burhardt.
3- At this time the meeting was tu
n ed over to Prof. W. K. Sligh v
introduced Mr. R. E. Toms, of
United States government's road
partment. Mr. Toms gave a spil
did talk on good roads.
Messrs. W. K. Sligh, 0. B. Ma
and J. C. Neel also made talks
Mr. Counts then resumed the ch:
and a rising vote of thanks was gii
Mr. Toms for his talk, and an it
tation to dine with the carriers v
The meeting adjourned to m
May 30, 1910, or at the call of
The carriers, with the city cari
and the postoffice force and their
vited guests, repaired to the Newb
ry hotel, where a splendid dinner 'a
furnished by Mr. Alex. T. Bro'
plates being laid for thirty-two. TI
the eigars were passed around i
the annual meeting closed.
- W. G. Peterson,
To Increase Sala.ries.
The following bill has been int
duced in Congress by Congressn
In the house of representatives,
May 24, 1909, Mr. Aiken introda
the following bill; which was refer
to the com.mittee on postoffice
postroads and ordered to be printed
A Bill to increase the compensat
of carriers on rur'al *ee deliv
Be it enacted by the senate a
house of representatives of the UI
S ed States of America in congress
1. sembled, That the - omnpensation
A carriers upon all rural free deliv,
y mail routes shall, from and after
s- passage of this act, be upon the be
11 and at the rate of one thousand .t
11 hundred dollars per annum, paya
Death of Miss Edith Dominick
Miss Edith Dominick died at 2
home near Prosperity, Monday, 1
24, 1909. She had been in bad hea
for a long while and though her de
was not unexepeeted, it was a v
- sad blow to the bereaved family wi
g it came. The angel of death hove
> around her bedside for several ds
n and early Monday morning she yi
11 ed up her life to God who gave it,
h passed quietly over the stream.
. few days before her death sihe
le pressed herself ready and fully
n signified to God's will. Though
Ld hearts of the bereaved are torn
's bleeding, may they each realize t
eGod makes no mistakes, and tho1
gthey see their loved one no more
r- earth, they can each prepare to m
1- 1iher in "the City of Gold,'' w.b
- the sun sun never sets, and the lea
m never fade.
Drayton Rutherford Chapter.
The Drayton Rutherford c'hap
U. D. C., will meet with Mrs. Jai
-Burton on. Tuesday afternoon, Ji
i1, at 4:30. All the members are e
enestly 'requested to attend.
I-Mrs. George Johnstone.
Smyrna Farmers' Union.
The members of Smyrna Farme
union will meet on Friday afterni
9'at four o 'clock to purchase bagg
and ties. Several members will h
ie the prices, in the event the presid
BIRTHDAY OF DAVIS.
ieir Exercises in Honor of the Natal Day
Of the Confederacy's Only
-ia Exercises in hoiior of Jefferson
the Davis, president of the Confederacy,
-es- will be held in the opera house on
June 3, at 11 a. m. The president,
by faculty, and student body of Newber
tes ry college, the superintendent, teach- 1
ap- ers, and pupils of the city schools and
the public generally a-re cordially in
all vited to be present. The following
ab- program has been arnanged:
De- Master of ceremonies, Col. 0. L.
ids Music, "Bonnie Blue Flag," by 1
E. chorus of girls, sung while Daughters
and Sons of Veterans march in and
the remain standing until the Veterans
E. march in and are seated.
Prayer, by the Rev. J. E. James.
as- Scripture, Psalm 90, read by Dr.
Music, "Annie Laurie," by select
ted Personal Reminiscenees by Col. D.
5, A. Dickert and Dr. Jas. McIntosh.
ly. Music, "Old Folks at Home," by
.ol- select choir.
Bestowal of crosses.
Music, "Dixie," by chorus of girls.
Benediction pronounced by Dr. J.
md Henrv H .s.
0. FAMILY REUION.
so-.Descendants of Calvin Aull Have ]
fili Pleasant Reunion at Little'
AJ- The descendan-ts of Calvin Aull,
bt, whose father was the Rev. Herman i
Aull, the founder of the Aull family
rn- in this section, heid a pleasant reun
rho ion at. Young's Grove, near Prosperi- I
bhe ty, on Friday. All of Calvin Aull's
de- children, with one exception, are now <
en- living. The exeeption is Mrs. Lizzie i
Taylor, of Prosperity, who died re- I
Fer cently. -
on The children of Calvin Aull are:
J. M. Aull, of Leesville, who 'has
nine living children and three dead,
ren 41 grandehildren living and six dead,
.vi. and one great-grand-ohild.
ras G. B. Aull, of Pomaria, who has
seven children living and .two dead, ]
eet 14 grandchildren -living and one dead.
the A. L. Aull, of Pomaria, who has
12 children living, 17 grandchildren
ers living and two dead.
in-i Mrs. J. M. Werts (nee Miss Mary
er- Aull), of Prosperity, who has five
as children living and two -dead, 'four
n, grandchildren living and one dead.
en 'Mrs. D. M. Cromer (nee Miss Fan
.nie Aull), of Prosperity, wvho has
two children living and one dead, and
two grandchildren living.
.Mrs. Lizzie Taylor (nee Miss Lizzie
Aull), now dea.ceased, who has .three
ro- children living and one dead, and two
Ian grandchildren living.
Mr. J. M. Aull has nine children
on married, Mr. G. B. Aull five, Mr. A.
ed' L. Aull seven, Mrs. J. M. Werts
ed Ithree, Mrs. D. M. Cromer one, "and
nd Mrs. Lizzie Taylor three.
i: An elegant dinner was partaken of
i.on on the occasion of the happy reunion,]
ary and the day .was very thorou.gIhly en
iit- Tbornwell College For Orphans.
as The Herald 2nd News is in receipt
of of a very neat invitation to the comn
tr mencemnent exercises of the Thorn
the well College for Orphans, at Clinton,
si S. C., June 13. 14, 13, and 16. Rev.
WO Rutherford E. Do'uglass, of Macon,
b~le Ga., will preaeh the haccalaureate
.sermon. There are eight young ladies
in the graduating class for 1909.
1 FOR SALE-Five shares of Mollohon
th Manufacturing Co. stock; three
shares of Newberry Savings Bank
stock. Bath these -institutions pay
four per cent. every six months.
y, CINQ0, ROIG and PORTUGUESB '
--.Cigars from 1 to 1,000 at
Lnd Broaddus & Ruff's.
ex- GET YOUR GLASSES from Dr. G.
re- W. Connor, a graduate of the larg
the est optical college in the world-the
Lnd Northern Tllinois Colleeno Chica
iat go. Dr. Connor is located perman
g ently in Newberrv. e+res hath th'
on objective and subjective tests by
eet electricity and guarantees his work.
ere Offie over Copeland Brothere.
T HE MOLLOHON MYG CO.
The annual meeting of the stock
ber, holders of The Mollehon Manufae
Sturing Company will be held in the
mChamber of Commer.ce, at Newberry,
ar- S. C., on Tuesday. the 15th day of
June. 1909, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon for the election of Directors for
the nsung yar.and for the trans
tion of other business. Please attend
,s in~ person or bySummer.
ng .L President and Treasurer.|
Net berry- S. C. May 31, 1909. .
A HEAVY RAIN.
ar4 Downpour in Utopia Section
Xule Pulling Buggy Killed by
There was an exceediigly heavy
ain. aecuimpanied by a severe electric
;torn, ifti t:e Utopia section of the
ounty on \Sunday afternoon. It is
tated that one of the hardest rains
ha-t section\, has known for some
e-ars fell for'ian hour and a half.
A mule hiteied to a buggy in which
Pwo negroes ere riding was struck
>y lightning and fastantly killed. The
nule belonged to NW",kes Herbert, col
)red, who lives in No. His son and
bree negro boys wefe in the buggy
it the time, driving/' along-ear th
,hesley Herbert place. The i
vere knocked out of the buggy,
vere not injured. 1
DROWNING XkRS PICNIC.
3olumbia Boy, Ten Years Tid, Per
ishes in Hampton C -ek.
Columbia, May 29.-Willi.va K.
3hannon, the little ten-year-old son of
fr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Shannon, met
L tragic death this afternoon by
lowning in Hampton oreek, before
;he eyes of his mother, -who made an
affort to'rescue her -boy firom the wat
-r, and in the presene of a number
)f pienickers, who had gone to the
,reek to spend the day. One of the
ittle fellow's playmates, William
Neston, eleven years old, also was in
langer of being drowned when res
Mr. Arthur Mettz, a college student, 4
ook William out of the water after
wimming against the current for
Lbout 100 yards, but it was too late
o save the child's life.
Tdhe incidents leading up to the
leath of the little one were very trag
c, and the community sympathizes
vith the parents in their sad bereave
Reported by 0. McR. Holmes.
lood Middling ..........10 3-4
trict Middling ..J........10 5-.8.
diddling ..0............10 1-2
(Correeted by Nat "Gist)
lood Middling .. .... ....10' 3-4
strict Middling .. .... ....10 5-8
liiddling.. .... .. .... ..1 1-2
SPECIi L. NOTICES..
1 CENT.A WOR~O.
lo advertisement .taken for
ess than 25 cents.
WANTED-Three or four first class
canvasers. Answer give, experience
Address Canvaser bare Herald and
C.AST CALLI before commencement.
You'll 'want your linens laundered
before Friday. Now is the time to
get them in. Phone 175 for our
White Star' Laundry.
JEAVE your order for earnations at
Mayes' Book Store.
Slastic Belts With Pancy Buckle 10c
* Anderson 10c. Co.
BVERYTHING new in post cards .
Mayes' Book Store.
White Wash Ties 10c.
Andeson 10c. Co.
HAVE a large assortment of com
Mayes' Book Store.
few line Combs, Hat Pins, Belts,
Collars, etc., just received
Anderson 10c. Co.
ET'S UP TO YOU-Remiember, you'll
want your vest, shirts, collars,
cuffs laundered and returned be
fore commencement. Suppose you
call for our wagon now. Phone
E'ancy Dutdh Colla1tr Laudry
Anderson 10c. 00.
DON'T PUT IT OFF until its too
late to have your laundry work
done in time fo,r commencement.
Better phone 175 now.
White Star Laundry.
Don't forget our delicious Candies
10c. and 20c. pound.
Auderson 10c. 00.
3UY your cigars at
Broaddus & Ruff's.