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Movements of Many People, New
berrian And Those Who Visit
irs. W. W. Fule,of Colunibia,
is vi,tiher dauglhter. M1rs. H. B.
M?. J'4. 11. Htuiter and Mr. A. J.
(Gibo.n lave today for Florida on
Miss Mary Narce Fair left vester
day for Columbia to visit MIs. J. Q.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mecaughrin
ha- % returued home from their exten
si- e bridal trip.
Ls. R. C. Williamz. of Columbia.
is visiting her l pareint':, Capt. and Mrs.
W. H. Shelley.
Miss Mamie Williams,. from near
Savannah. is visiting at the home of
Rev. Geo. A. Wright.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Plitt, of Bal-I
timore,. are spending a few days with
ther sister, Mrs. J. W. Wihite.
Misses Helen Smith and Lucile Fel
lers are spending some time with
Miss Adele Fellers at Silver Street.
Miss Bernice Martin left yesterday
for a visit to the family of Hon. J.
J. Darlington. in Washington, D. C.
Major Shelley, of Cheraw, is ex
pected to spend Sunday with his par
ents, Capt. and Mrs. W. H. Shelley.
Mr. Thos. P. Adams. of the Mt.
Pleasant section,. was on a visit to
his sons, Chief Jno. C. Adams and
Policeman Tom Adams, during this
Mr. L. G. Eskridge, of the Newber
rv Hardware Co.. will attend the
Hardware Dealers association. which
meets at Battery Park, Asheville, N.
C.. next week.
Messrs. W. G. Peterson, T. E.
Wicker, Joe Hartman. B. B. Leitzsey,
and L. S. Henderson leave Sunday for
Rock Hill to attend the Rural Letter
Miss Annie Earle. of Limestone
College faculty, is spending a few
days with Miss 1aggie Werts. Miss
Earle and Miss Werts leave today
for the Harvard Summer School.
Misses Carrie Pool and Mary Car
wile Burton, who were the attractive
guests of Mr. and Mrs. 2. E. Sims
last week, returned on Saturday to
their homes.--Chester Lantern, June
Mr. J. R. Stewart is now the effi
cient clerk at the St. John's Hotel,
Charleston. He was for a long time
with the Columbia hotel. He will be
glad to see -his friends when they
visit Charleston.. ..
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The members of the Excelsior Hose
company will go to UTnion next Mon
day via Clinton.
There will be Commuion Service
at Colony next Sunday morning. The 1
offering will be for Synod.
Mr. C. M. Wing was in Newvberry
this week, having driven through in
a handsome Franklin car of 42 horse
The work of tearing the late resi
dence of Maj. L. J. Jones has
been commenced. This removes one of
the oldest houses in the city.
The first union service of the sum
mer wifl be held at the First Baptist
church on Sunday evening at 8:30.
The service will 'be conducted by D-r.
J. W. Wolling.
The third quarterly conference of
Newberry cireuit will be held at Ebe
nezer church on July 17th a-nd 18th.
.Presiding Elder J. C. Roper will be]
at the conference.
.Rev. Ira S. Caldwell will not be
able on account of sickness to keep
~his appointments at King's Creek,
Cannon's Creek and Prosperity on
the coming Sabbat'h.
'Rev. F. Y. Pressly, D. D., of Due
West, will preach in the A. R. P.
church at Newberry next Sabbath.
morning and evening, at t!he usual
hours. The public is cordially invited.
The next meeting of the Southern
Textile association which is an organ
ization of superintendents, overseers,
dlyers and master mechanics of the
South will be held at Spartanburg,I
Dr. A. P. Johnstone, of Andersoa,.
has been elected president of the
Board of Examiners of the Den
tal association of this State. Dr.
~Johnstone is a son of the late Silas
Johnstone, of Newberry.
A business meeting of the Epworth
League will be held at Central Meth
odist Church today. All members
are urged to come out. This is a very
impo'rtanlt meetingr and it is the de
SCHOOL BONDS SOLD.
To Same Party Who Bought Sewerage
Bonds and at Same Rate and on
The board of trustees of tle GrIded
schools have sold lie $40-000 i-siI
Of bonds voted in the Newberrv
School Distriet, I the Security Trust
company of Spartanburg at par less
$800 to pay attorneys' fees and the
expenses connected with the issue of
the bonds. In other words the bonds
net the trustees 98 after paying all
expenses. The following bids were
Jas. Adger. Charleston, 100 5-8
flat tor $5.000 at five per cent. in
terest payable semi-annually. He to
get accrued interest.
Robinson, Humphrey Co., Atlanta.
(a.. $42.602.50 on five per cent. bonds
inter,;t payable semi-annually. This
bid conditianed upon approval of
their attorneys, upon legality of the
issue and authority for and sufficien
ey of the tax levy to pay the in.terest
and principal at maturity.
This firm submitted another bid for
1 3-4 per cent. bonds $40,708 and ae
:-rued interest on the same condition
>f the 5 per cent. bonds.
Seasongood and Mayer, Cincinnati,
40,232 and accrued interest for five
per cent. bonds.
Weil, Roth and Company, Cincin
aati, $895 premium on five per' cent.
onds and accrued interest to date of
delivery provided everything was
;a-tisfactory to their attorneys.
S. A. Kean and Co., Chicago, $40,
300 on five per cent. bonds anid to
Eurnish blank bonds free of chorge,
arovided evervt-hing was satisfac'ory
to their attorneys.
C. H. Coffin, Chicago, $41
)01 on five per cent. bonds blank
uonds ready for execution.
A. . Hood and Co., Detroit, Mieh.,
,remium of $2,100 on five per cent.
onds and furnish bbnds free of
Woodin, McNear and Moore. Chi
:tago. premium $2222 on five per cent.
:onds and to furnish bonds without
-ost and to make legal investigation
-rovided the result of this investiga
.ion was satisfactory to their attor
Robinson, Humphrey Go., of Atlan
a, offered to pay $40,000 for 4 1-2
er cent. bonds and aeerued interest
Lo date of delivery at par provided
hey were allowed the sum of $1,
)02.50 for attorney 's fee, blank bonds
md other incidental expenses.
They also submitted a bid for fixe
ser cent. bonds and accrued interest
mnd offered to furnish the blank bonds
The following is the proposition of
:he Security. Trust Co., of Spartan
urg, wib-ich was submitted through
MIr. W. S. Glenn, president, whidh
svas accepted by the bard.
"When legally issued we offer to
ake $40,000 Newberry School Dis
rit, S. C., 4 1-2 per cent. bonds,
la-ted July 1. 1909, due July 1, 1949.
lenominations .$1,000, principal and
:emi-annual interest -payable at some
ank in Nev6York city and pay you
>ar and accrued interest provided we
ire allowed $800 to pay attorneys'
ees, bond blanks. and our commis
on. You to furnish us iin certified
orm all necessary paper-s to establish
egality. Check for $1,000 deposited.
"Security Trust Company.~
"by WV. S. Gleni, Pt.''
VIOLA TING IQUOR LAW.
olicemen Dickert and Franklin Ar
rest Two Negroes Who Are
Chief of Police Adams got .a phone
nessage Sunday morning t'hat there
as a negro row -and disturbance go
ng on near the home of Mr. C. A.
Bowman, in t-he house of Clarence
Smith. A search warran.t was made
nt to search the house of Clarence
Smith and turned over to Policemen
J. L. Dickert and H. H. Franklin.
l'hey went to the thouse and found
wo'cold drink bottles and a quart of
vhiskey and some whiskey in jugs in
the loft of the 'house. Frank Glenn
vas searched and one quart of whis
key was found on his person and a
pint and a dozen or more stoppers.
Arrests were made and Glenn and
Smith were brought before the mayor
Monday morning. Clarence Smith
plead guilty to storing contraband
whiskv and was fined .$50.00 or thirty
ays. On the charge of keeping dis
orderly house he was fined .$25.00 or
Frank Glenn was fined $23.00 or
thi:rty days. Frank paid alis fine.
Clarence Smith is serving the double
sentence of sixty days on county
Amity Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M.
A regular communication of Amity
Lode. No. 87. A. F. M., will be held
next MonTr v ening at 8 :30 o'clock
in Fraternity Hall. Visitinz brethren
. .H M . i~d W triz ...
SEWER BONDS SOLD.
Bought by Security Trust Compan:
of Spaxtanburg at Net 98 to
The comizissioners of public work
in accordance with their advertis
ment opened the. bids for the bond
which were reeently x-oted for the e.
tension of the se.werage. on Tuesda)
There were seven bids as follows:
S-curity Trust .company, of Spai
tanburg, 98. This bid was net to th
Jno. W. Dickey, Augusta, Ga.. 9f
Mr. Dickey, however, did not sul
mit a bid until after the comnissio
ha-d received the other bids. an
wrote if t.he bonds did not bring abov
par -for the commission to call hii
up on the phone which they did an
he submitted his bid at 98.
Woodin. McNear and Moo:re, c
Chicago. bid par less $1195. for e.
B. Robinson Murphy Co., Atlant,
Ga., bid $42,053 which was $205
above par on a five per cent. bond.
Colonial Security Co., Bostot
Cutter, Waller and May, Chicagt
Ill.. par less $1800 for expenses.
S. A. Kean & Co., Chicago, pa
.less $2600 for expenses. All of th
bids except one were on the basis o
4 1-2 per cent. bonds.
The commission accepted the bi
of the Security Trust company. o
Spartanburg. and, as stated the bond
net 98 to the commission, with ac
crued interest from the first of Jul:
until the bonds are delivered and th
The vsuvey for the location of th
sewer has been made by the engineern
Wilson, Sampayraek & Urquhart. o
Columbia, who were elected as the en
gineers for the building of the sewei
age. They are now making the plan
and specifieat.ions. In making thi
survey the engineers went. over eac
ward with the alderman from tha
ward and the commissioners and Ic
cated the sewerage in accordance wit,
the suggestion of these gentlemer
The sceptic tank will be moved fror
where it now is to the junction of th
north and south forks of Scott'
creek about two miles from the cit
Meteorological record for June
Mean maximum 89.
Mean Minimum 68.
Maximum 96; date 25th. and 26th.
Minimum 63; date 6th.
Greatest dail range 2(
Total 7.22 inches.
Greatest in 24 hours 2.98; date 3rd
Number of days with .01 or mor,
precipitation 6; clear 2; partl,
loudy 14; cloudy 14. Thunderstorm
2. 11. 12, 13. 14, 15. 16, 20, 26, 28
2nd some hail west of station.
Rainfall 6 months.
W. G. Peterson.
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Miss Etta Shelley, of Newberry
was the attractive guest of honor a
a most delightful reception on Tues
day evening, given by Mrs. J. S. Ben
nett at her beautiful home on Wes
Main street. Miss Shelley is th
guest this week of Miss Shirley Hiek
and ditring 'her sh:ort stay has mad
numbers of friends in the city, wh
were delighted to meet her again o
Tuesday even.ing. About forty of th
ity 's young people enjoyed Mrs. Bet
nett 's hospitality. The feature of th
evening was the music, rendered b
the different guests, consisting of vic
ln, vocal and piano solos; afte
which, ice cream and cake wer
The ladies of the Baptist Chure
enjoyed a most charming silver te
on Wednesday afternoon at the bear
tiful home of Mrs. S. B. Aull.i
Calhoun street. After a gu,essing cor
test of matching quotations, ie
cream anid cake were served. A dt
ightful afternoon was spent.
The musical given by the ladies o
the Benevolent Society of thle A. I
P. church was a splendid success.
was one of the most enjoyable musi
cals ever rendered at a private homn
in this city. The home of Mr. F. 15
Martin, at which this musical wa
given, is simply ideal for an affai
like this, with its 'large, even con
modious hall and spacious rooms. E
ery number on the program was of
very high order and most of t!he bes
talent in town took part in the pre~
gram. The house was beautifully det
orated anl after the prora: wC
concluded a reception wa's hel an
deliiousrefreshmflentS -erved. Thi
slver offering amouintedi to e:neis
y Prosperous Newherry Institutions I
Which Made the Stockholders
Yester..a wasiv-idend4 dlay in1
Newberr *y. $.57.450 was paid out in(
.dividend(s by thek X-ariouls Iinstitut ion]-:
- il-ie city and county. The followinlg i
pay a sei-annual dividend
kational Bank of New
berry, 4 per cent. on
e $150,000 $6000
Kerberry Savings' Bank 4
L$per cent, on $50,000 2000
- Commercial Bank, 5 per
n ei. on $50,000 2500
d Exchange Bank. 2 1-2 per
e cent. on $30,000 1250
n Bank of Prosperity, 4 per
d cent. on $25.000 1000
People's National Bank of
f Prosperity. 4 per cent.
(n $25,000 1000
Farmeirs and Mierchanit (
Bank of Little Moun
tain, 3 per cent. on 10.000 300
Newberry Cotton Mills, 5
per cent. on $400,000 20000
Mollobon Mfg. Co. 4 per
cent. on $400,000 16000 2
Security Loan and Invest
ment Co., 3 per cent. on
r $30,000 1500 1
e Prosperity Oil Mill 5 per
cent. on $30,000 1500 f
The following paid annual
f Land and Security company
s annual dividend of 8 per
cent. on $25,000 2000
v Farmers' Oil Mill annual
e dividend of 8 per cent. n
on $30.000 2,400
he Bank of Pomaria was only cr
ganized in September and whils it
has already carried a good amount tc
s the surplus, did not decla-re any divi
s der". The Little Mountain, Oil Mill
a during the past yea.r declared a divi
t dend of 17 1-2 per cent. on $20,000
- and ground 1300 tons of seed during
a the season. They did not declare any
. dividend, however, but applied the
a money to -indebtedness. Another year 1
e as good as the one just closed will
s pay all the indebtedness of the mill
and have a property worth $40,000 t
with only $17,000 of the capital stock
T?he Glenn-Lowry Mfg. Co. paid a
'dividend of 3 1-2 per cent. semi-an
nually on the preferred stock-.
SDeath of Miss Mary R. Boozer.
I. Miss Mary R. Boozer, aged about
63, died in peace June 29th, 1909, in y
the home of her 'sisters, Mrs. S. E. p
.Henry and Mrs. M. H. Henry, New- a
berry, S. C.
Her life was one of faith, patience, v
-fortitude and beautiful consistency. t
SA great sufferer, but no word 6f corn
Splaint fell from her lips. It was her
Sfaith to suffer. as well as to do the
will of her Lo:rd.
Happily converted in early life,
she united with Zion Methodistb
church, la'ter in life transferring her
membership to Lebanon church. a
Her body was laid to rest in St.
Luke's cemetery to await the resur- a
rection morn. d
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer. Ih
S(Rev. Edwar'd Fulenwider, pas5tor.) 1
There will be the regular morning a
service at the Lutheran Church of the "
_ Redeemer Sunday. The pastor will ~
. preach on the subject, "Man's Shtare
in Marring or Mending the World."
e Some of the important and live sub
, jects of the day wil.1 be discussed t
from the standpoint of a Christian t
citizen. At this service the -treasurer
of the congregation will render his
e quarterly report which should be
-heard by every member of the con
.Sunday school m.eets at 9:45 a. m.
The public is cordially invited to
r all the services of church and Sunday
Central Methodist Church.
aRev. J. W. Welling, D. D., Pastor.
On Sunday the regula:r morning
a services in Central church will begi.n
promptly at .11 o'clock. The holy
e communion will be celebrated and the
pastor will preach on the subject:
" 'Jesus the Divine Gardener.''
The Sunday se'hool meets at five
o'clock and there will be good sing
ing .and various classes for the study
of God's word.
At night there will be no services
inti cuc as the union services
wlegn~ a.t the Baptist church, Dr.
Wolring filling the pulpit at that
aFarmers County Union.3
Th1e regular quarterly meeting of n
-the County Farmers' union will be
-held at the court house at Newberry t
Sat eleven o'clock on1 Saturday, July
d 10. All of the uons are requested C
J. B. 0O'N. Holloway. 1
Vill be Observed at Lebanon Next
Sunday-Exercises by Children.
Address in Afternoon.
'1he follcmvliig Is tie proi,ran for
hibuiren' lav exercise5 at Lebanon
'ethodist chth nt i the tirst Sunday
I July. the 4th. Therp will )e din
er on the grounds and the public is
ordiaily invited to attend:
Song by the children.
Welcome by the children.
Taking and Giving-Kate Alewine.
('hildren'- Day Greeting.
Reeltation-Annie Laurie Mayer.
Psalms and Praises.
The First Children's Day-Mattie
Simon's Burden-Mary Price.
Tommie's Prayer-Myra Sligh.
A Little Sermon out of Church
T,he Drowning Singer - Helen
Object of our Child-ren's Day Of
In the afternoon an address will be
iade by Prof. J. B. O.'N. Holloway.
Dr. D. G. Phillips in Charge.
The Rev. D. G. Phillips, D. D.. who
ras called ftom Newberry to the
astorate of the A. R. P. church here
rrived in the city last week and oc
upied his pulpit Sabbath morning.
abbath night a union service was
eld in the A. R. P. church partici
ated in by the Baptist. Presbyterian,
nd Methodist churches. Rev. D. M.
IcLeod presided and on the plat
rm were seated Rev. S. J. Cart
dge, J. S. Snyder, D. M. McLeod,
nd D. G. Phillips. They welcomed I
fr. Phillips to the city on behalf of
eir respective denominations. The
armon was preached by Mr. Phillips.
ne house was erowded to tehe doors,
:any having to tu-rn away because it
ras impossible to .gec seats.--T-he
~hester Lantern, 29t1h.
Death of Mr. T. M. Smith.
Mr. T. M. Smith, a citizen of West
~nd, died on the 28th ultimo of
~right 's disease. He was 9 years old
nd leaves four sons and four daugh
ers to mourn his departure. The body
7as laid to rest in West FEnd ceme
Dr. William Ellerbe Pelham. ]
Dr. William Ellerbe Peiham, (on yes
rday celebrated the thirty-fifth an
iversary of his business life in New
Dr. Pelham is a native of Columbia
nd came to Newberry in 1874, and
>r one year was prescription elerk'
nd pharmaeist of the well known
rug store of Dr. Samuel F. Fant. The
ext year he went into business for
imself and has continued that busi
ess to the present, being eminently I
aeessful and conducting one of the
ost up-to-date drug stores in t'his I
etion of the 'State.
Dr. Pelham is a son of the late Dr. I
harles Pearce Pelham, of the South I
arolina college. He was educated in
be classica.1 schools of Columbia.,
rught by Capt. Hugh S. Thompson,
ftrwards Governor of the State. and
'rof. Jas. Wood Davidson and otUbers.
Dr. Pelham graduated from the 4
outh Carolina University in 1871
pith the degree of L. L. B., and is
872 was granted license as a phar-t
acist by the University of South 1
arolina, which to this date makes
7 ears of active service as a phar
For sixteen years Dr. Pelham was a
rustee of the city schools and al
:avs evidenced a great interest in
ducational matters. He is still a
)ug man and Trhe Herald and News
opesC that 'be may continue to prae
i.e hi. pression for many years.
Mr. Stanmore Langford and Mis
Zozelle Wright were married Monda
ifternoon about six o'clock by Rev
W. Kelly. They left on the 7:2,
rain the same afternoon for Unio
o visi-t relatives for a short whil
The Herald and New, extends be:
vishes to Mr. and Mrs. Langford an
rusts they will have a happy an
ong married life.
I CENT A WORD.
,qo advertisement taken f
ess than 25 cents.
RICK .FOR SALE-By LittletO
Brick Yard Company, Littleton,
C. Lowest prices offered by an
firm. 100,000 now on hand at
special bargain. 2-3 hard. Sample
at T. M. Rogers' Jewelry Stor
next door to post office.
,'OR RENT-Three room cottage o
South street. $5.50 per monti
Apply to T. M. Sanders.
EWELRY REPAIRING-Notice t
my friends. I am better prepared
than ever to do all kinds of repair
work. Will send after your clocks.
All work done promptly and guar
anteed. T. M. Rogers, Oeweler,.
Next door to post office.
ELECTRIC FANS at
SUMMER BROS. CO.
;CHUMPERT ROLLER M11 will
be in charge of Mr. Davoll, a miller
of experience. Will begin grinding
early after his arrival, July 1st.
3ARBECUE-We will furnish a first
class barbecue at Jno. A. Cromer's
place, Friday, July 16. Game of
ball in afternoon. Everything first
Felix A. Graham.
WE HAVE OPENED a shop back of
postoffice. If you want all kinids of
woodwork and :horseshoeing done it
will pay you to see Williams and
Fred. Horseshoeing, 60e. Setting
tires $1.50 per set. All ot'her work
at cut prices. All work guaranteed
or money refunded.
Davis and Robinson.
~OR SALE-House and lot near
business part of town conveniently
located. Mrs. Cole L Blease.
Of the Condition of the Newberry
Savings Bank, Located at Newberry,
S. C. at the Close of Business June
aoans and Discounts,..$235437 17
)verdrafts,............. 3909 40
sonds and Stocks owned
by the Bank,. ...... ....2380 00
'urniture and Fixtui-es, ..2275 00
)ue from Banks and Trust
Companies,............ 9632 05,
3urrency,.............. 14500 00
3iold,.................. 1500 00
silver and other Coin..... 1759 60
'heeks and Cash Items,.. 101432 04
Tapital stock paid in ... .$ 50000 00
2ndivided profits, less cur
rent expenses and taxes
pafd, ............... 28996 12
)ue to Banks and Trust.
Compaanies. ...........4094 32
)ivi.dends Unpaid, .... 145 75
udividual Deposits, sub
ject to Cheek,.......153995 56
savings Deposits.,.......10.593 31
sills Payable, including
certificates for Money.
Borrowed ............ 30000 00
iTATE OF SOUTH OAROLINA,
County of Newberry.
Before me came J. E. Norwood,
lashier of the above named bank,
vho being duly sworn, says that the
bove and foregoing statement is a
rue condition of said bank, as shown
v tihe books of said bank.
J. E. Norwood.
'Sworn to and subscribed before me,
his 30th day of June, 1909.
P. Fant Gilder,
Notary Public. South Carolina.
C. E. Summner.
0. McR. Holmes.