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Movements of Many People, New
berrian And Those Who Visit
Mrs. .1. V. Humbert has returned
fm trip to Honea P'ath.
Mr. Clarence (Tiarvin, of lianeaster,
was in tile city the first of the week.
Mrs. Lola W. Kinard, of Abbeville.
is visiting Mrs. J. B. Walton.
Miss Ida Langford is visiting
friends in Columbia.
Mrs. J. M. Friday has returned
from Spartanburg after a stay there
of several days.
Prof. W. C. Bynun. of Georgetown,
is 011 a visit to his mot'her and othe\r
relatives in Newberry.
Misses Mabel Meador and Lillian
Smith and Master Mahon Smith are
visiting in Union.
Miss Clara Cook. of Spartanburg,
spent yesterday with her mother, Mrs.
Mrs. A. T. Brown and Miss Carrie
Pool are spending a while at Glenn
Mr. J. 0. Turnipseed. of Florida,
is on a visit .to relatives and friends
in the city.
Mr. J. R. Fair left on Saturday for
-a short trip to Evansville, Ind., Jack
sonville. Ky.. and Cincinnati, 0.
Mrs. Wylie Sloan. of Greenville, 'i.7
visiting at the home of Mr. F. N.
Mr. W. H. Shelley, Jr., from Che
.raw. spent Saturday and Sunday with
his parents. Capt. and Mrs. W. H.
Misses Zeta and Bessie Caldwell
and Lena Hall Fisher, of Concord, N.
C., are visiting their aunt, Mrs. J. A.
.Dr. E. C. Jones has returned from
Glenn Springs where 1he was in at
tendance upon the meting of tihe Den
Mr, and Mrs. W. E. Llitt, of Balti
-ore, who have been visting Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. White, left yesterday
for a visit to Charleston.
Mr. G, B. Spinks, from Atlanta,
Ga., is now located with the Carolina
Insurance and Casualty Co., of this
Mrs. Elbert Bailes, of Newberry,
-and Mrs. S. H. Prevost. Jr., of Co
'lumbia are visiting at the home of
Mrs. S. H. Prevost, Sr.--Anderson
cor. Spartan-barg Herald.
Capt. and Mrs. J. R. Dickert left
..yesterday for Newberry to spend set
eral days. An uncle of Capt. Dickert~
of Florida is on a visit to Newberry,
and will be there only a few days.
Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Kibler have re
tie'ned from Glenn Springs -and the
meeting of t'he Dental Association at'
-that place. Dr. Kibler repot a
*splendid -meeting and a delightful
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Aull, Miss Alice
Aull. Mister Humbert Aull, Miss Eli
zabeth Dominick, and Miss Vista!
Wood, will attend the meeting of the
Press association in Greenville, leav
ing today for that city. Mr. and Mrs.
.John K. Aull will go u.p on Thursday.
Mirs. C. W. Welch and her bright
and cha-rming daughters, Misses
Louise, Alice, and Ruth, of Houston,
Tex., who have beea visiting relatives
bere for some tiraie, leave for Colum
bia and Lexington this week where
they will spend a few weeks, and will
.then return to Newberry to finish
-'tber visit here.
'M~rs. A. J. Sitton and Miss Cema
Sitton and Mr. Eugene Sitton are ex
. :peeted ito a-rrive in the city today andI
'will step with Mr. and Mrs. S. B.'
Anll. They will also be accompanied
bv -Miss Dorot:hy Russell and Mr.
John Russell. The party intend
making the trip from Pendleton to
Newberrv in an automobile.
- V'ARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The County Sunday School conven
tion meets on the 21st and 22nd a
Smvrna church. The public is in
vited to all its sessions.
ThPe publication of t-he government
rep. last Friday put cotton up at
one >ound about 3-4 of a cent. It
sold in New'berry at above 12 cents.
The fire department was called out1
Sunday afternoon about seven o'clock
The fire was in the cotton seed house
-of Mr. C. H. Cannon on the rail,road
'near the overhead br:idge. It made a
econsiderable blaze but was soon under'
Rev. C. WV. Hidden, who left for
the north Monday evening for a
month 's vacation, preached his last
sermon before going away in Mount
Zion chureh on Sunday. His subject
.a "Wh.a sall I do with Jesus?''
He was greeted by a large congrega
The Ladies Aid society of the
Ohurch of the Redeemer will meet
with Mrs. J. M. Kibler on Tu*ay
evenir.g. July 13th, at 8:30. A mu
sical program will be rendered, The
members of the various cominttees
appointed by the president at the
last meeting are requested to meet at
Mrs. Kibler's on Tuesday, th.e 6th, at
6:30 p. m.
OFF TO UNION.
Excelsior Hose Team Left Last Night.
Should be Careful About Fire
While Firemen Away.
The Exelsier Hose team left last
night via tihe Southern for Union to
attend the Firemen's convention and
also to take part in the tournament
there this week.
Chief H. B. Wells desi,res it stated
that the hose wagon is left in charge
of the driver during the absence of
the company and will attend any
alarms which may be given. It is
hoped, however. tihat the people will
be exceedingly careful during these
few days that they may have no fire
alarms sent in.
The following members of the com
pany have gone to Union:
H. B. Wells, chief; J. W. Earhardt.
assistant ehief; J. B. Mayes. assistant
chief; W. J. Swittenberg. president;
W. C. Waldrop, vice-president; R. H.
Wright. captain. R. C. Williams. Jr.,
treasu-rer; W. B. Wallace. secretary;
T. Q. Boozer, foreman; H. D. Adams,
Wo. Bozer. Robt. Boozer, Donald
White, H. B. Wessinger. J. A. Burton.
Jr., Jas. L. Aull.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION
Of the Newberry Lutheran Conference
Will Meet at St. Luke's on
The Sunday School Convention of I
the Newbery Conference will be,held
at St. Luke's church, Rev. S. I. Koon,
pastor. Friday, July 30 to Sunday,
August 1. The following is the pro
The Sunday School: (a) Purposes,
Revs. J. A. Sligh and E. Fulenwider;
(b) Officers, Revs. J. J. Long and J.
D. Shealy. The Teacher, (a) Voca
tion, Rev. J. H. Harms and -I. E.
Long; (b) Preparation, V. B. Sease
and G. B. Cromer; Sunday Sehool
Music, (c) Mrs. M. 0. J. Kreps and
Prof. S. J. Derrick; Primary Work,
Miss Gert'rude Simpson and J. Sid
ney Wheeler; A Teacher's Training
Class, Revs. S. P. Koon and A. J.
Bowers; The Child and the Chuich,
Mrs. J. H. Harms and Rev. 0. B.
Shearouse; The Sunday School and
the Boy, J. B. 0O'Neall Holloway and
W. E. Pugh; Parents and the Sunday
School, Mrs. W. G. Houseal and Rev.
P. H. E. Derrick ;Tihe Missionary Fea
ure of the Sunday Scho*l,Revs. M. 0.
J. Kre.ps and T. B. Eptinig; How to
Secure.Regular Attendance at the
Sunday School, Revs. J. D. Shealy
and W. K. Sl-igh- .1
Sunday School Lesson, A. H. Kohn.
Sermon. Rev. J. H. Harms, Rev.c
Dr. HaHman. alternate, based on
J. B. 0O'Neall Holloway,
RHENEY CASE SET'TLED.
heck Given to Norfolk Bank Paid
The S'partanbu-rg Journal of Thurs
lay contained the following
"W. C. Riheney for whom a war-''
-ant was recently served by Chief of
~olice Hall at the instance of A. A. ~
uBois, proprietor of the Victoria
otel, Norfolk, Va., has been exon
~rated the amount of the e'heck on the
aee of t.he warrant paid, together
rith interest and costs, the warrant
eeited and 'the bond cancelbd off 1
"From the bank record it appears
hat when the draft casthed by the
fotel Victoria -reached Spartanburg
:here was more than sufficeient amount
a deposit to Rheney's credit to cover
the draft. When the draft was pre
ented, however. Mr. Rheney was out
f town, and upon his return the
hecks issued by his company in the
meantime thad exhausted the fundg
in the bank. Rheney then sent a chec?
for $200 to the Vietoria Hotel and
made a deposit to cover, in which de
post here were two checks for the
respective amounts of $82.50 and
$83.20. payable to order of W. C.
Rheney Co. These checks were turned
down, leaving Mr. Rheney in the
"Yesterday morning e(o!!zt.ral wasj
produced by Rheney to cove- his out
standing dratts and cheek=. and
through the negotiations of hi> ath ,e
ney. J1. WV. Mansfield, the funds se
Held Last Friday by County Superin
tendent Education-23 Appli
cants for Winthrop.
Last week examinationls Were Coin
ducted by the county superintendent
of education for seholai-ships in Win
throp college, Clemson college, and
College of Charleston, as well as for
-itrance to Winthrop. The scholar
ships in Clemson college are in the
The examination before the county
board of education took place on Fri
day. There were four young men
candidates for the two vacant schol
arships in Clemson college and twen
ty-th,ree young women for Winthrop
-18 standing for scholarships and
five for entrance. Following is the
list who took the Winthrop examina
For scholarships: Miss Mary Wheel-.
er, Prosperity; Miss Annie Folk,
Pomaria, R. F. D. 1; Miss Essie D.
Wilson, Newberry, R. F. D. 2; Miss
Vinnie Brown, Newberry, R. F. D. 2;
Miss Anna Dickert, Newberry, 218
Caldwell street; Miss Marion Higgins,
Newberry. 1130 Hunt street; Miss
Frances Caldwell Jeter, Newberry;
Miss Inez Dobbins, Whitmire; Miss!
Ruth Eunice Martin. Newbeirrv R. F.
D. 1; Miss Eunice Lucile Shealy,
Prosperity; Miss Katherine Wright'.
ewberrv; Miss Annie Ray, Newber-,
r; Miss Nellie R. Shealy, Little
Mountain, R. F. D. 1; Miss Louise E.
Taylor., Newberry; Miss Lillian Adele
Kibler,. Newbery; Miss Estelle La
nier Bowers, Newberry;'Miss Georgia
Verna Neel. Prosperity, R. F. D. 3.
The following stood the entrance
Miss Mattie Cromer, Newberry, R.
F. ). 2; Miss Helen Hentz, Pomaria,
R. F. D. 1; Miss Mary Butler Fant.
Wliit-mi-e; Miss Willie Mae Shannon,
Whitmjee; Miss Eugenie Oph.elia
LougSlighs, R. F. D. 2.
James R. Boozer. Newberry; Lewis.
S. Burton. Whitmire; W. F. Ruther
,College of Charleston:
Robert Feagle, Little Mountain.
At Ebenezer h6rcbh.
Dr.. Wwlling furnishes us the fol
[owing notes of his visit to the con
~regation of FEbenezer church..
At tihe request of Rev. J. M. Fri- -j
lay, the pastor of Newberry circuit, '
t was my pleasure to go on SundayI
afternoon out to Ebenezer church,
just three miles away from Newber- (
cy, where in other days stood the old]
samp-meeting stand where many(
soul-stirring Ge pel sermons were
>reached' and no (noubt many souls
!ound light in believing.
On arrival we were met by Mr. An-(
:ine Buzhardt. who kindly carried usi
nto the church where the services of .
~e Sunday school were just closing.
With quite a group of young people
: help in the singing, Miss Lillie
ligh presided at the organ and the t
inging was v-ery good. It was very s
ioticeable the number of young peo- a
>le in the congregation. Among a
hem we met Miss Laura Setzler, who t
ias just egraduated from the Newber- --
y College, and quite a number of v
thers, whose names we do not recall. C
r. P. M. Hawkins is an active work-(
r in Eberezer church, though his
aembership is at another. Ie
We preached as best we ~eould on n
'The proof of God's love," i at C
he close had the satisfaction of -hear- n
ng many kind words of approval. e
'Mrs. Alice Porter, who was along, y~
ranted to say some ''fine things" fa
bout her preacher, but the Ebenezer n
rowd stood up that Friday is as ~,
:ood as any otiher day in the week a
.nd their preacher just as eloquent
s the pastor of Central or any other a
I am due many thanks to Mrs. n
vary Langford, who in her fine turn- a
Ut, took me and her sister. Mrs. o
Jorter, for such a pleasant drive
'over the hills anA far away." It
emains for me to say that Mr. Me
uffie Sligh is an official and one of
:he most active members in this
dhrch. After the services he invited
is to stop by the way at his house. It
s truly a beautiful rural 'home, and
ifter eating nice peaches and drink
.ng refreshing water from their deep
ell, we hurried home in the cool of
I would here insert the following 't
.tie: The 3rd Quarterly Confer
enee of the Newberry charge will
ieet at Ebenezer, July 17 and 18.
with preaclhing and the Confere nce
session on Saturday and services att
11 o 'clock on Sunday.
Disposal sale is still going 'on and1
while prices are not given this firm
is selling merchandise at prices that
will make you call again if you once
investigate. Seasonable goods at:
price's altogether unseasonable to
them but that wvill p)lease the pur-i
t Lebanon Pleasantly and Profitably C
(Iildreins Day exercises were held
it Leanll Church on Sunday morni- F
a,n.. -Jiilv 4th. There wvas a large and ii
plendid congregation present and e
?xcellent order prevailed and much r
interest was taken in the delightful t
program whiVIh was beautifully car- m
ried out. It was a. very profitable m
eeting and one which will long lin- ei
,er in the minds of those present. E
lihese exercises were followed by a J
ountiful dinner in the grove. Dur- I
ing the afternoon several addresses
ere made, t'he principal ones being. d
made by Mr. Howjrd Henry and
Prof. J. B. 0'Neall Holloway.
It was stated by nearly everyone ,
iresent that the exercises throughout
he day on Sunday at this church.
md especially in the morning when t
:he children had charge, were amoncr
:,he most delightful ever enjoyed by
:hose who were there. The good order
iept was also very gratifying to the
>astor and the men and women who
ad the exercises in charge.
BOYS COMPANY. 1.
,ompleting a Roll.-Will Meet in Re
union With Co. G, at Young's
After many years sixteen members
)f Co. A., 4th Battalion, volunteer -
roops, met in Newberry, May 11, '09,'
nd organized themselves into a so
ietv for better acquaintance and
,eneral good of each other.
The following were present: Rev. N
. W. B?denbaugh, W. F. Suber, J. E
1. Schumpert. D. M. Ward. H. T. J
ellers, J L. Werts, T. J. Hays, E. P. S
KVhitman, W. P. Pugh, T. W. McCul- G
ough. J. Wesley Boozer, Jno. N. Fea
le, J. L. Connelly. N. B. Wheeler, G.. C
. Werts. R. T. Caldwell. J. J. Hipp.
nd R. Y. Leavell.
The organization was effected by
ecting the following officers: D.
1. Ward. President; J. N. Feagle, s
T. President; R. Y. Leavell, Secre
ary and Treasurer; Rev. Z. W. Be
We adjourned to .meet again July G
, 1909, and tihe seeretary was in
tructed to notify as many;.of the old
ompany as he could find the ad
We met again July 3rd, at R. Y
.avell 's place of -business, and the~
~ollowing new members of the old Co.f
Chas. P. Dickert, of Live Oak, Fla.;
Jarroll Booman, of Irmo;. G. M.'
llisor, of Peak; M. A. Fellers, of~ L
reenwood; A. C. Welch, City. A
pmmittee was appointed to confer I
vith Co. G of 13th regiment, and as- J
ertain if it would be agreeable for F
No. A to meet with them at their an- C
ual meeting in August and report to '
he seeretary so he could have same J.
A committee of three was also ap- K
ointed to ascertain the names of
hose of the company who died in the
ervice, date of death, cause of death tI
nd where died. Also the names,
ate anal cause of the death of those F
bat have died since.
We hope to meet aga-in in August Si
-ith he few remaining members ofj
!o. G, 13th regiment, at Young's A
Please ask Lexington Dispatch to 'to
py this report, as several of the
embers of Co. A live in Lexington w
ounty. We would like for them to
ieet with us at Young's Grove and
airoll their names with the others.
e received a letter and telegram'
c~om members of the old company-R
ow living in North Carolina and
>me in Georgia regretting not being
ble to meet with us on July 3rd, '09.
For the younger generation who
ever heard of -the "Volunteer Boy
ompany''we refer them to Chap- e
an 's Annals of Newberry, page 433,
nd read 17 instead of 18 at the end
f second line. t
R. Y. Leavell,.t
Central Methodist Church. 1
Rev. J. W. Wolling, D. D., Pastor.
The services on Sunday morning lc
t Central eburch were very interest- ti
zg. The pastor preached a brief ser-m
non on ''Jesus the Divine Garden- v
r. showing how believers are the G
>anting of the Lord and what care t
le takes to develop these plants. At
he proper hour Mr. Clinton Bishop ti
ras duly baptized with the usual cere- e
nony received into the communion c
f the churreh. Miss Gleason presid- d
d at the piano and the choir under e:
he direction of Mrs. Whit Connor g
an some nice selections. A
It was quite affecting to see the
ldest memb)er of the church, known
v all as Aunt Peggie Epting, pres
t to take the communion. Surely
f she ini the feeblene~ss of her ninety
hird year can come to the~ eaunrch it
d' thie communion tab)le all others h
an make theirr arrangemnents to be o
i'esenti. The day was delightfully
aant nd full of interest.
lbserved at Bush River.-Interesting
Program.-J. R. McKittrick to
--Children's Day at Bush River
.aptist church was ol)served on Sat
rday. July 3. and it was a big sue
ss. The church was prettily deco
ated. and whin the exercises bezan
bie auditorium was literally pac-ed
ith people, while a large number
ere unable to obtain admission. The
'ildren were trained by Miss Ethel
luncan and Miss Kate Gary, and Mr.
ames R. McKittrick presided.
Song, "Tis Children', Day." Sun
Praver. Rev. C. W. Hidden. Pastor.
Recitation. "Through Another
'ear." Marcus Glasgow.
Recitation-"What makes Chil
ren's Day"-Annie Buzzard. Ger
cude Smith. Marjory Martin. Mary
Song, "Neath the Banner," School.
Recitation. "The Rainbow." Mary
Rainbow Exercise. Frances Work
an. Gertrude Smith. Martha Kennis
Lois Glasgow. Marion Smith. Mary
vorkman. Margaret Gary.
Son. "A Little Rainbow," School.
Recitation. "The Rose." Margaret
Recit.ation. "Ill T-rif." Bennie
Recitation. "Good Morning." An
a Katherine Kennerly.
Song, "All for Jesus," School. -
Recitation, "Birds of Promise,"
[ary Workman. Ruth Sterling,. Anna
Kennerly, Essie Bozza-rd, L's
ohnson. Mabel Johnson, Marion
mith, Mary Lou Glasgow, Margaret
Reditation. "A Little Gentleman."
Recitation. "Let the Children
ome," Frances Workman.
Song, "God Cares for Me." School.
Recitation, "Don't Fret," L M.
Recitation, "When My Pa Was- a
id," Frank Martin.
Recitation, "Beautiful Thoughts,":
Song, "Sowing the Seed," School.
Recitation, "Nature's Praises,"
.nnie Bozzard, Marjory Martin,
Cary Lou Glasgow, Ruth' Sterling.
Recitation, "The Noisy Seven,"
Recitation, "If," Marion Smith.
Song, "Keep Step," School.
Recitation; 'benefit of Children,"
Recitation, "Faithful Unto Death,"
Recitation, "The Sea of Life,"
urman Sterling, W.ilf red Martin,
lecitation, "Denominational Team,"
Recitation. "Weavers." Martha
Song, "Hallelujah,'' School.
Recitation, "Dear Little Heads in
e Pew," Marjory Martin.
Recitation, "The Little Word, No,"
Recitation, "One by One," Essie
Song, "When the Shadows Flee
Address, Rev. C. W. Hidden. Pas
Song, "0, Child'ren 's Day, Fare
Benediction, the Pastor.
Dinner was served immediately
llowing the close of the exercises,
.d it was *a dinner such as Bush
ver church takes pleasure in serv
g-an abundant as well as a de
htful repast. The blessing was
ked by tihe pastor, and a throng of
ople discussed the good things with1
ich the long table was fairly load
A pretty incident, which will help
make the day a memorable one.
ok place in the afternoon at a con
rence of the.ehurch, over whieh Dr.
idden, tihe pastor, presided. It was
animouslv voted, on motion of
eacon W. H. Wallace, that James R.
eKittrick, soon to enter the Theo
gical School at Louisville. Ken
iky. be set apart for the gospel
inistry. Deacons J. E. Senn. W. H.
Tallace, Isaac M. Smith.. Geo. C.
lasgow, were appointed a committee
all the examining council and
[an the ordination of Mr. MeKit
-iek. and it was also voted that the
rrch be officially represented in the
uncil by the pastor and board of
eacons. It is planned to have the
camination and ordination take place
>llowing tihe protracted meet.ing' in
ugust, and to make it an especially
Smyrnia Farmers' union will hold
Squarterly meeting at the schoo!
nse on F:iday of this week at 4.30
- Alex D. Hudson.
,TO PRINT THURSDAY MORNING.
Next Issue of The Herald and News
Will Be Published Earlier ban
Oii aceount of unavoidable circu11
stances connected with the office. it
will be necessary 'to print the next
issue of The Herald and News on
Thursday morning of this week, in
stead of on Thursday afternoon, the
usual time of publication. It is the
intention to publish the paper early
Thursday morning in order to have it
sent out on the rural mail routes on
Advertisers and all others inter
ested are requested to bear this no
tice in mind.
On Wednesday afternoon at 6.30
o'clock the executive committee of
the Baraca class of tihe First Baptist
church met in the office of the Ex
change bank for the purpose of elect
ing the following committees for the
next six months, which are as follows:
Hustlers-R. M. Werts, F. M.
Grady. W. E. Holt. Theo. LLambry,
G. B. Spinks.
Membership-W. H. Anderson J.
M. Kirby, J. W. Taylor. WN. M.
Clary. M. C. Hallman.
Social-J. H. West, W. B. Wallace,
J. D. Walker, Jno. A. Peterson and
The executive committee assumed
their duties on Sunday morning, July
4th. Mr. M. L. Spearman, the newly
elected president, made a short but
uimpressive talk. He asked the coop
,eration of all committees to*help him
make this the banner year of the
class. With such a leader this can
not fail to be a good year for the
1 CENT A WORD.
No advertisement taken for
e ss than 25 cents.
410 CUE-Will furnish #rst elss
} neeue on Edwin H1afrefs
ae, ,near St. Phillips chureh, og
. Thursday, July .22. Soig tle
--g have.; been invited 'f 4seuss
-good roads. Everybody come.
.- W. L. Kibler,
H. H. Euff.
WE WILL GIVE a first class barbe
cue at the Fork, near Caldwell
Ruffs, on Thursday, July 15th. Good
roads will be discussed and enjoy
ment arranged for tihe young folks.
W. H. Counts,
J. A. Singley.
WANTED-Everybody to know the
excursion goes to Spartanburg, July
'16, 1909, via Greenville. Round trip
$1.50. Leaves Newberry 7:15
sha'rp. P. F. Baxter.
FOR SALE.-A few country hams.
Apply to A. L. Colem'an,
Silver Street, R. F. D.
BRICK .FOR SALE-By Littleton
Brick Yard Company, Littleton, S.
C. Lowest prices offered by any
firm. 100,000 now on hand at a
special bargain. 2-3 hard. S
at T. M. Rogers' Jewelry St e
next door te post office.
JEWELRY REPAIWIG-Notice to
my friends. I am better prepared
than ever to~ de All kinds of repair
work. Will send after your clocks.
All work done promptly and gus
anteed. T. M. . Rogers, gTeweler.
Next door to post office.
SCHUMPERT ROLLER MILL will
be in charge of Mr. Davoll, a miller
of experience. Will begin grinding
early after his arrival, July 1st.
BARBECUE-We w1ll furnish a first
class barbeeue at Jnn.- 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 kinds of
woodwork and :horseshoeing done it
will pay you to see Williams and
Fred. Horseshoeing, 60e. Setting
tires $1.50 per set. All other work
at cut prices. All work guaranteed
or money refunded.
Davis and Robinson.
FOR SALE.-House and lot near
business part of town conveniently
loaed. Mvrs. Cole L. Blease.