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The Movements of Many People,
Newborrians and Those Who
Miss 1mie Ocztel. of Lnion. is the
gruest of MIs. A. T. Brown this week.
liss Joe Caldwell is visiting Mrs.
Jos. H. Hunter.
Solicitor R. A. Cooper is stopping
with Mr. John K. Aull.
Mr. Fred Long, of Trinity, who has
been visiting his grandfather in.the
city. returned home pesterday.
Mrs. Everand Blackshear. of High
Springs, Fla.. is visiting her parents,
Judge and Mrs. Y. J. Pope.
Dr. P. G. Ellesor '.'as in Columbia
at a meeting of the State Medical
Board last week.
Dr. Luther A. Riser was in Colum
bia on professional business last
Mr. B. F. Day, of Coumbia, return
ed yesterday after spending a few
days in Newberry.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Boyd spent Sun
day in Kinards with Rev. and Mrs.
ID. P. Boyd.
Mrs. W. E. Lawson left on last Fri
day for Wilmington, N. C., to join
her husband, who is City Editor of
the Wilmington Star.
Mrs. Dr. Kennedy, of Chester, af
ter a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M.- A. Carlisle, has returned to
her home. .f
Mrs. J. W. Humbert has returned
from a visit to Lynchburg, at which
place she held' a district missionary
Mr. C. J. MeWhirter and two lit
tle daughters, Ula and Mollie, left
today for Lindale, Tex., on a three
weeks' visit to relatives and friends.
Mrs. Arthur Holmes and children
who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
0. McR. Holmes left yesterday for
-their home in Wilmington.
.Mrs. C. W. Welch and daughters.
Misses Louise. Alice and Ruth, of
Houston, Tex., are spending several
months in the city and county with
Rev. J. M. Friday after attending
Woford college and the preachers'
institute at Spartanburg spent a few
days at Glenn Springs and returned
to Newberry Friday.
Miss Minnine Salter, who has been
teadhing in the graded school in
.Lake City, Fla., has returned home
for a short vacation. She has been
re-elected to teach in the same school
Mr. J. E. Boyd, of Statesville, N. C.
is on a visit to relatives and friends
in Newberry. Mr. Boyd is a son of
the late Rev. J. C. Boyd, formerly of
this county. He has not been to New
berry in about fifteen years. He is
recorder of deeds in his county.
Mr. W. Harvey Cabaniss, known to
the college baseball world as " Cab,"
was in' the c ity yesterday among
friends. "Cab" was once a shining
star at Newberry college and the past
* two seasons has ben as equally bril
liant at the University of Virginia,
where he is pursuing a course in medi
cine.-Colu-:bia State,. 14th.
VARIOUS AN~D ALL ABOUT.
The Loyal Temperance Legion will
disband until September.
-Mr. T. Stewart Hudson will be in
charge of the mercantile .business of
Mr. C. J. MeWhirter while the latter
is on a trip to Texas.
The library association will hereaf
ter observe the following'hours: Mon
day. Tuesday, Friday and Saturday
mornings from 9 o 'clo.ck to 12 o'
The many- friends of the Rev. .Win.
Hayne Leavell will be glad to know
t.hat the University of Mississippi has
conferred upon him the honorary title
of L. L. D.
Managers Earhardt & Baxter of the
city opera house feel that they have
a trea.t in store for the people- of
the city in being able to secure a date
with the South Carolina Military
Academys Minstrels. which will give
a performance on July 5th. This
troupe is composed of 49 of the stud
ent body ar.d a big brass band. The
.Charleston papers puts this show on
an equal with Al. G. Fields and Lew
Dockstader 's Minstrels 3o by that you
.know it is all it claims to be. Now
put down your hammer and boost all
you can for the boys and above all
things -give them your patronage.
This troupe plays all of the leading
:owns of the State including Orange
hurg. Columbia. Abbeville. Anderson.
Greenville. Spart.anburg, and Ches
ter. If you can't laugh stay at home
PILOT CARS OFF.
Newberry Sent Cars By Three Routes
To Meet Scout Automobiles in
Newberry s pilot cars got ()ff iin
good style yesterday morinw,g, bound
for (ireenlwood by three separate
routes, to meet the Scout cars Ol I be
Atlanta Journal and the New York
Herald and pilot them to Newberry.
On the first page of this issue of The
Herald and News is given a short re
view of the efforts which are being
made to locate the proposed great
automobile 'highway from New York
to Atlanta and on to Florida, and the
part which Newberry is taking in
Dr. F. 1). Mower and Dr. W. E.
Pelbana, Jr., in Dr. Mower's car, and
Mr. W. C. Waldrop and Capt W. S.
Langford, in Mr. Langford's oar, left
at about nine o'clock yesterday morn
ing. Mr. E. H. Aull and Mr. Herman
Wright, driven by Mr. -W. C. Moran,
in Mr. Z. F. Wright's big White I
Steamer, left The Herald and News
office yesterday morning at 10.30 o'
Newberry's pilot cars were expected
to reach Grenwood yesterday after
noon, where they would spend the
night and meet the scout cars on their
arrival in Greenwood this morning.
A telegram from the Atlanta Journal
yesterday morning stated that the
scout cars had gotten off from At- t
lanta at 8.40, and they were expect
ed to spend last night in Elberton and
reach Greenwood some time this morn
Newberry's pilot cars on their ar
rival in Qreenwood yesterday after
noon were to compare notes as to the
three 'routes and decidi, upon the
route over Which to bring the scouts
The cars are expected to reach New- I
berry some time this afternoon. Of
course, roads and weather conditions
will play an important part in the!
progress of the ears, and no definite
time can be predicted for their ar
It is very much hoped that the.]
scout cars can be induced to spend 1
the night in Newberry. A reception f
will be tendered them on their ar- 1
rival here. Messages will be received
today indicating at what time they
No movement in recent years hasp
done so much to stimulate an interest '
in good roads as this proposed auto
mobile highwa~y. The story o4f New
berry's place in the picture on the'
apital-to-capital route, is told on the<
irst page of this issue of The Herald 1
and News. The capital route seems a
to bec most generally in favor now and1
it is up to Newberry, if the capital
route is finally selected, to see to it
that Newberryv holds 'her place on this
Ninety Six, June 14, 3.40 p. m. 1
HIerald and News :-Arrived Ninety
Six 3.30. Traveled leisurely. Stopped
an hour at H. T. Fellers' for dinner.
E. H. Aull.
Greenwood, June 14, 5.15 p. m.
Herald and News :--Arrived at
[eenwood 4.10. Roads to railroad
bridge at Chappells not very good,
b.t are good from there to Green
E. H. Aull.
Greenwood, S. C.
Dr. Q. B. Mayer :-Ford cars ar
rived here two p. m. Will report
F. D. Mower.
Mrs. A. G. Wise.
Prosperity, June 13.-Mrs. A. G.
Wise died this morning at her home
For years Mrs. Wise had fought
disease and she had twice gone under
the surgeon 's knife in the hope of a
cue. She had visited many of the
noted health resorts in an effort to
secure relief and only Saturday went
to Glenn Springs. She was taken
suddenly worse and was brought home
Mrs. Wise lived a life of unselfish
ness and devotioni to her family and
friends and was known probably to
more persons in South -Carolina. than
any other woman, as she had presided
over t.he Prosperity hotel for many
ears. No one ever appealed to her
in vain, for her heart and her
home were alike opened to all. She
was faithful as a mother, and to her
children and her church she gave her
all. She leaves a husband and eight
Her life was a benediction, and
many who read these line will drop a
tear to her memory. She sleeps be
nath a flower covered mound in Pros
To the bereaved husband and fain
il The Herald and News extends its
most heartfelt sympathy in their deep
bere-avme ma irreparable loss.
GENERAL SESSIONS COURT
Uittle Crime in County and Remar]
ble Light Docket-Langford Cas(
The 'ourt 4f Zellera1 e essivll1
Wherv eunty cfolvIleled vester
morni-ng .Judge J. W. DeVore.
EIdgetield. presiding. Several (a
vere on the docket brought over fr
:he last term, but even with these i
locket confronting the court was
In view of the very light doe]
ind the necessity for immediate w<
)n the farms at this season of I
ear, Sofieitor Cooper had deci
:0 continue all misdemeanors of m
)r i-mportance where the defenda'
ere out on bond, and where witn
es would be taken from their fa
,ork in addition to keeping the 5
rs in attendance upon the coi
onger than would be absolutely n
ssary. He pressed for trial. hc
ver, in several cases which were c
inued on motion of the defendan
ittorneys. Among these was the c,
)f the State vs. Stanmore Langfo
iharged with murder, Solicitor Co<
r stating that he thought this e,
should be tried at this term
ourt. Mr. Johnston'e. for the i
ence, moved for a continuance 1
)n the ground that he was expecti
i telegram of vital importance wh
vould necessitate his leaving even
'he midst of the case, should he
:eive it. and Mr. Blease, for I
lefense, stated that inasmuch as 3
fohnstone was in entire charge
>ne branch of the case, it would
mbaras,ing to the defendant
iave him absent at any stage of I
,ase. Solicitor Cooper strongly u
d that the case go on to trail, a
it least that a continuance be i
rranted until laaer during the s
ion, but Judge DeVore stated th
vhile he disliked to order conti
mees, especially in murder cases,
houglit, in view of the circumstanc
ie would have to continue this cas
Very few bills were handed out
;he grand jury by Solicitor Cool
esterday morning. In fact, th
1ave been only three or four offen
)rought to the attention of the
ieers in this county since the 11
erm of court. The county has be
emarkably free from crime. It
loubtful if there is another cout
n the S4tate whose :record in this
~peet will equal Newberry 's since i
~pring term of court here.
Judge DeVYore, in charging I
~rand jury, called especial attenti
o the need of a, strict enforcemt
f the vagrancy law, saying that
elieved nine-tenths of the diaboli<
r.mes in this State were committ
> those covered by the vagrar
aw. His charge was clear a
trong along this line. He stat
hat he would not go into a detail
harge as to the general duties
he grand jury, inasmuchI as they b
teen e&harged by the judge who h
entral Methodist Church, Rev. J.
Walling, D. D. Pastor.
After a week or two of interrt
ion the regular services in Cent'
hurch were resumed on Sunday moi
ug. A large congregation was pr
ut and the pastor spoke on "So;
.emarkable sayings'' of Christ a
>f others. The communion serv
v.is impressive and the number
articipants was large.
At night there was an animal
tong service anid Rev. John B. E
p:re preached a very impressive s
n:on on t:;e purpose of Daniel not
afile himself with the King's me
(r. Kilgore is a Newberry man, a
-as for some years been studying
lander t University~ and now'
charge in Texas. At the close
:e servive man y friends went f
:ard to speak to him.
The members and friends of C4
:al are urged to attend the mid-wE
cervices. Wednesday night regu
rayer meetin~g and Bible study. F
lay night Epw .eth League.
Capt. Withers Adickes Dead.
Yorkville. June 13.-Capt With
aickes, a prominent and highly
'emed citizen and merchant of Yo
ille. died last night at 11 o 'clock
s residence on north Main strE
ftr a painful illness of six wee
omn cancer of the stomach.
Funeral services were held at 6
dok this afternoon at the First Pr
vterian church, of which he was
Capt. Adickes' wife was Miss Hel
ardla'w. of this city.
Sunday School Picnic.
On Sunday evening it was decid
y the Sunday school of Cent
'Iethodist church to hold a pa-nic
~riday, 1th inst. at Caldwell s spri;
ome three miles from the city. 'I
-hildren, teachers, parents and frier
rev:ested to meet at t.he chiur
> 8 :3( on Friday morninz wh<
here will be conveyances to carry
ca- Number of Them Released Here Sat- I
urday Morning For Journey to
0r apt. T. S. Linfonirelea ed if
V ty-three homling pigeons In -Newberry 'I
of at 4.:0 o'cldk on Sa t0rday rning. t
4es an(I they iimiediatelv began their
)m journey to Lancaster. Pa., their home.
;he Twenty-six of these pigeons were 1
re- sent Capt. Langford by H. S. Martin, i
of Lancaster. and twenty-seven of I
cet them by Gust F. Lutz, of Lancaster.
irk The pigeons were sent to Newberry
:he to be released on account of the fact a
led that, on an air :line. Newherr is
in- exactly five hundred miles distant t
its fromU Lanoaster. It seems that ile
es- is considerable rivalry amlong, se-veral
rm organizations in Lancaster as to hom- f
ir- inr pigeons. and it is thought :he two f
irt se1aiate sets of birds released on t
c. Saturday morning vere to settlg a e
w- contest. Capt Langford was chosen
mn- official liberator.
t's ]a a letter received from one of
tse the parties in Lancaster, it is stated C
rd. that it was very much desired thatl
>p- the pigeons should reach Lancaster S
tse the same day they were liberated.
of In thirty-five years, it was stated, a t
le- great many Lancaster pigeons had <
p- liberated at distant points, and dur- a
ng ing that whole time only twice had
ch they made the whole trip home, over
in a distance as great as from New- V
re- berry, in one day.
he Capt Langford was given detailed
r. instructions as to the care of the
of pigeons before starting them on their
be long journey. They were not to be
to given any water on the day before,i
he but t'hey were to be given fresh water I
:- just before starting, it being stated
d that frequently pigeons receiving
Lot fresh water before starting on a jour
is- nev would cover three or four hun
at, dred miles before coming down for I
es, Pleasant Trip to Memphis. s r
iWhile in Memphis last week in at- S
)er tendance upon the Confederate reun- 1
> ion Sheriff Buford had the pleasure
of meeting many of his old comrades a
es whom he had not seen in many years. e
L Sheriff Buford was in the\great par-'
I ade which .concluded the reunion.
is Sheriff Buford while in Memphis
bad the pleasure of seeing Mr. W. Y.
Lty air, Jr., a son of Col. W. Y. Fair, of
hNewberry. M'r. Fair is prominent in'
he buins circles in Memphis being in
harge of the branch of the business
heo Swft's' packing house located in ,
het Sheriff Buford has attended every
hereunion for the past number of years. ~
.cy I Mrs. Julia Dozier Holstein. i
nd Edgefield, June 13-It has been I.
ed 'many years since Edgefield and her
ed Ridge country have been in such deep
of and inexpressible sadness as they 1
ad find themselves this morning. This
ad -'is because of the deathi of Mrs. Julia
Dozier Holstein, the wife of Mr. M.
H. Holstein, or as is said now-a-days,
W. of Monetta, one of the most honored
citizens and largest plantests of that '.
section. Mrs. Holstein died away ~
from her lovely home on the R.idge ~
albecause of the fact that all her child
ren, except one, lived in the town ofC
sEdgefield. These children are- Mrs.
n Kate Holstein Lynch, Mrs. Arthur S.
ne Tompkins, Mrs. M. A. Taylor, Mr.
oe Julian D. Hol-stein and Miss Lena
ofHolstein of E'dgefield and Mrs. Taber
Hill of Greenwood. Mrs. Holstein, ~
ed in the 75th year of her age, died
.arl-thsmo:ning under the roof of
herdeote dugher M-s.M. A.
to aylor, surrounded by her inconso
a. lable h'usband and all her children.
ind In all her long and happy married
mlife she has lost no child or other near
of ..eliative. The:efore, she has no graves
at her old home. Consequently she
r-will be buried here tomorrow morn
bkShe leaves one sister, Mrs. Eliza
ekr bet.h Dozier Charlton, anid many de
avoted nephews and nieces. Mrs. Hol-:
ri stein was Miss Julia Dozier, of Sa- t~
Her whole life's record is one of :
the brizhest, noblest. sofest, gentl- e
rs est. most charitable. most purely e
s- Christian ever handed down to a a
:k- family or to a people.-The State.
at Mrs. Holstein was the grandmother (
et, o;f Mrs. Jno. K. Aull and Mrs. Frank .
ks. Sligh, of ewberry. Mrs. Aull was
r-alled to Edgetield on Friday night
D'- by a message announcing that Mrs.
e Ilsrein was not expected to live.
a -- - I
Mistress (at door)-Well, my dear,
what is it?
-- Little Girl-Please 'in. our kitty is
ed losted. Did you see a kitty go past t
al here by the name of Nuddles?
'1g- By Both Sides.
he Louij5ville Courier-Journal.
re ''How now"
a.ll "Remember that the umpire gets
LITTLE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL
Tew School Building Soon to Be'
Erected - Personal Mention -
L .iie Mountain. S. '.. June. 14.
het. b)ond1 v(tedl by IIe Little 10n
ain school district for the erection
f a new school buildingz have been
ilaced. the plans for the building
iave been drawn, and everything is
a readiness to begin work soon. Mr.
senogle, of Newberry, has been en
aged to supervise the work.
Misses Annie Davis, Mary Lathan
nd Elberta Sease have returned from
Vinthrop college, the first two men
ioned having graduated from that
nstitution this year.
Miss Elberta Sease, as a delegate
rom Winthrop college left Saturday
or Asheville, where she goes to at
end the Y. W. C. A. summer confer
Misoes Evangeline and Katie Shealy
-isited Newberry last week.
Prof. and Mrs. J. W. Ballentine,
if North, S. C., are spending a part
>f their vacation with Mr. Jno. A.
healy 's family.
Misses Bessie and Nell Shealy at
ended tle commencement exercises
>f Newberry college last Wednes
The Misses Lowmawand Mr. Lor
ek. of Irmo. are spending a few days
ith the family of Dr. L. E. M.
Joseph Smoak, who is in the employ
>f the United States Mail service
3 at home on a visit to his parents.
The Rev. J. P. Miller, who is travel
ng in the interest of Mont Amoeno
Nemale seminary of Mount Pleasant,
i. C.. is spending a few days in our
omimunity. On last Sunday evening
ie preached a very interesting ser
on before a large congregation in
loly Trinity church.
Mr. J. H. Shealy, principal of the
igh school of Townville, S. C.. ar
ived last week with his bride and is
pending a while with his parents
le was.:recently married to Miss
Vharton, of Waterloo. Quite a numi
er of the groom's relatives attend
d the marriage and accompained the
ouple to Little Mountain.
$5.00 IN GOLD.
'o Be Given Away This Week at the
The manager of the Amus-UJ The
,tre offers $5.00 in gold this week to
he person holding the lucky number.
Vith each and every ten cen ticket
~urchase -you .will receive a. con
ion which has a numbei- stamped on
t These coiipns will be given away
or this week only beginning Monday
une 14. Retain these coupons and
ring them with you Saturday even-*
rg the time at whieh the $5.00 will
e given away.
The manager of this popular little
layhouse says he is well pleased with'
he patronage h4 received last week,
t oeing a winner for him. He states
urther that he is pleased to say that'
e has a nice bill to offer his patrons
his week. He has the progr'am ar
anged to as to give a co)mple,e change
f program daily both is vaudeville
nd moving pictures. You may,
herefo:'e. go out expecting' to' see'
omthing and everything entirely new
Electric fans have been installed.
'our of them, and the place is now
ery comfortable. Let everybody
eet everybody at the Amus-U the
:tre this week, and spend an ideal
our in laugh-ter.
This theatre has ehanged film ser
'ice and is now getting films from one
'f the largest houses in the South and
promises the people who atend some
hing new and up-to-date in life mo
ion pictures. Come and see for your
She Knew the Time.
The long Artic night was drawing
o a close, says the Philadelphia Led
er. After six months of darkness
he rubicund face of Old Sol peeped
ver the edge of the glacier and wish
d the frozen north a cheery good
It was a glorious sight. but Mr.
)bjibtowsky heeded it not. He was
ust returning from a night at the
skimo club, and his mind was troub
ed. He had forgotten his latchkey.
Kl2s for Mr. Objibtow'sky!
He knew shit was a light sleeper.
'requently she had awakened after
~ving slept only three weeks merely
it the sound of the icebergs erushing
am intrepid explorer's ship in the
1es. .He remembered this as his
tone too steady footfalls crunched
hr 2Zh the snow. She heard him as
'e was trying to get in through the
erant 's entrance in the areaway,
md stuck her head out of the upper
ei :d:>w. " 'Is that you. Objib? '' she
that it was.
"Thie i a fne time to bg getting
-oe, ish exanimd. "What ti-ne
Mv dear, it''s only quarter pash
Felbry. replie 1Mr. Objibtowsky,
-oneWlhat t hick! . however.
But Mrs. Obj b, by consulting her
ealenlar. was al eady 'vise to the fact
that it was aIlf j)ast May. and. hav
ini no desire to- pry ino family af
fairs. we will d.raw a veil over the
scene that follo ed, after the man
ner of the good\old story writers.
What Wi4e Wanted.
An atmosphere f solemn grandeur
pervaded the chur Ii. says the New
York Times. The eoristers in t'heir
somber robes had just finished the Te
Deum. and the clergiman ir reverent
tones was intoning the Litany. it
was the little boy's first Sunday in
6Say, pop.' His' voice took on
the sibilant hiss of a' stage whisper.
"Sh-h-h!'' came ah equally sibi
lant. if more cautious whisper from
"But pop, I want to. ask you some
"Willie. remember where-"
"But pop, what-"
"Willie, if you-"
"Pop, I only want
"I'll take you right-"
,There was a hasty : gathering of
hats and coats, and as the pair wend
ed their way down the aisle a shill
voice was heard e'xclaiming:
"Boo-hoo-hoo! I only wanted to
ask vou what was the feminine gen
der of hymnals!"
That consumption can be perma
nently cured is demonsti-ated by some
figures published by Dr. A. Van Bne
den of Belgium, who says that 75.8
per cent. of the patients treated in the
Bouwrgoumont 'sanatorium in 1903-4
have continued, four years after
treatment, to improve, and are in a
condition to return to their regular
There are in the United States 298
Sanatoria, 222 Dispensaries and 290
Associations for the treatment or
prevention of tuberculo4is, while
!there are 600,000 cases of this disese
in the country. It is estimated by i4e
United States Conservation commis
sion that this country loses annually
$1,000,000,000 from preventable tn
For the past three years a -persis
tent crusade has been waged against
consumption amongst post offic~e erm
ployees in France. Under these ef
forts,. the number of cases has dimin
ished 50 per cent., having been in
1906, 1,048 eases; in 1907, 808, an4.
last year the number fell to -505.
Reported by 0. McR tim
Good middling .. .. .. .. ..1
Strict middling .. .... .....10 7-8
Middling .. .. ...........19 34
~Cotton Market .
'' ' re.o.red by N;i: my
Good Middling .... .... ..1
Strict Middling .... .. ....10 7-4
Middling.. .... .. ......Q .3
No a.iverticement~ taken for
less tnan 25 cents.
FOR SALE-Nice potato slips; t;e4
cents per hundred. 1303 Calhoun St.
R. A. Welch.'2t
BARBBCUE-We will furnish a first
class barbecue at' Jno. A. Cromer's
place, Friday, Jdly 16. Gami of
ball in afternoon. Everything fir(t
-T. A. Graham,
OLD TM WINTEPJ and Bunicomb
Cabbage plants for sale 15e. per
100. $100 per 1.000. Give order to
W. E. Pelhiam & S>n. or S. J. May
er, Jalaps. Newberry No. 3. They
are fine plants.
GO-FLY keeps flies off Horses and
cattle. 25e. and 50e. At all drug
GET YOUR GLASSES from: Dr. lr.
'W. Connor, a gradui:te of thle larg
est opt.ical college iu the world-the
Northern Illinois College of Chica
go Dr. Connor is located per:can
ently in Newberry, gives both the~
objective and 'subjective tests by
electricity and guarantees his work.
Otfice over Copeland Brothers.
I will give a first class barbecue
at my residence. Meat and hash for
sale at 11.30. July 3, 1909.
.T. M. Counts.