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Movements of Many People, New
berrian And Those Who Visit
Mr. B. M. Aull. of Auton. was in
Newberry during the week.
Mr. R. E. L. Hunter left Monday
'Mis Annie L. Dickert left on
Tuesay for Gibson. N. C.. where
,he will teach school.
Mrs. J. V. Humbert leaves to-day
for Allendale to attend a. district
convention of the Foreign Missionary
Mrs. W. G. Houseal and Mrs. S.
J. Derriek leave to-day for Leesville
to attend a synodical missionary so
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The weather has been lovely for the
Fair this week. The attendance from
Newberry has not been as large as
The Drayton Rutherford Chapter
of the U. D. C. will meet with the
President, Mrs. J. A. Burton, Tues
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
Society of Central Methodist church
wi meet at the church Monday af
ternoon at four o'clock.
There will be preaching at King's
Creek next Sabbath at 11 a. m.; at
,Cannon's Creek at 3:30 p. m. and
Prosperity A. R. P church at 7:30
Supervisor Feagle has the chain
gang at work on the IslandFordroad
and says he will,have it hi good con
dition for a White Steamer before he
leaves it. And for wagons and bug
gies as well.
Rev. G. A. Wright, who has been
conducting a meeting at Summer
ton duriag, the past ten days, has re
turned and will 1hold regular services
at the First Baptist Church next
Rev. C. W. Hidden will preach at
'Mount .Zion on the coming Sunday;
subjee7. "Jesus of Nazareth Passeth
By." It is understood that this will
be Dr. Hidden's farewell appearance
at Mount Zion.
The Western Union* Telegraph 'of
flee has been moved into the room
tinder t.he Newberry Hotel, gnd is
very nicely fitted up, and has the ap
pearance that a thrifty place like
* Newberry should give all such of
Qn account of the absence from
te city 'of many of those who attend
'dancing school, this being fair week,
there will be' no dancing school on
Friday night of this week, but on
Tuesday night of next week, Novem
ber 9, the doors will be opened at the
usual hour and it is hoped that. a
large erowd will attend.
CHTT.D BURNED TO DEATH.
Two Year Old Negro Child Sets
Clothing on Fire With Matches
and Dies from Burns.
On Mr. H. C. Lake's place, in No.~
8. Township, on Wednesday, a two
- year old child of James Jackson,
-coloreda. was burned so badly that the
child didthat night.
The child, with two others, was in
t:be house and the parents were pick
'ing cotton very near. In some- way
the little fellow went to a table and
secured a box of matehes which he.
proceeded to strike, and the ciothing~
.was eaught. Before help reached1
the child lie was so badly burned that
The building w.as- saved.
Meteorologicai record for month
* of October. 1909.
Mean maximum, 73; mean mini
mnum, 46.9; mean, 59.9; maximum,
83; date, 10th; minimum, 31; date.
25th. Greatest daily range 38.
Total. 2.99 inches; greatest in 24
hours. 1.00 in:eh: date 21st ; number
of days~ with .01 or more precipita
tion 6: clear, 22: fair, 3; eloudy. 6.
IKilling frost and ice, 2.5th.
Thunder storms. 14.23..
13th enough frost to nip potatoes
W. G. Peterson.
Fathter-So you want to marry my
daughter? What are -your expecla
Suit.r--We expect to elope if you
refuse your consent to our mnarriage,
andI( we expect forgiveness when we
get back. Thien we expect you to make
us an :illowance.-St. Louis Times.
PROF. REMBERT TO SPEAK.
Grand Chancellor Knights of Pythias
Will Deliver Two Addresses in
Professor A. G. Renibert. of Wof
ford College. is the .Grand Chancel
lor of the Knights of Pythias in this
domain for this Pythian year. An
invitation has been exteided to him
by the local Knights to make an ad
dress in Newberry.
On account of his :duties at Wof
ford CoXge, he cannot well leave
home except from Saturday to Mon
day morning. He will visit Newberry
on the fourteenth of November, and
through the courtesy of the members
of the Central Methodist Church, he
will deliver an address at eleven
o'clock on Sunday morning on "The
Place of the Fraternal Order in
Prof. Rembert is one of the most
delightful public speakers in South
Carolina, and his talks on the fra
ternal orders are exceptionally fine.
At the night service, at the same
church, he has consented to deliver
an address to the young people. The
members of the Order in this town
and in the county, are especially in
vited to be present at the morning
service as well as at the evening
This invitation is extended not
only to the members of Newberry
Lodge, but to members of O'Neall
Lodge, Old Town Lodge and Pros
perity Lodge. The invitation is also
extended to the public generally,
and all who do come may do so with
the assurance that it will well repay
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edward Fulenwider, Pastor.
Services at the Lutheran Church
of the Redeemer next Sunday as fol
At 11 a. m. regular morning ser
vice with a sermon by the pastor on
the subject, "Religion and Busi
At 7:30 p. m. the subject of the
sermon will be "The Church's Ap
peal to Men."
Both sermons will be practical.
There will be good music.
-At 4 p. m. the Sunday school
meets. Classes for all.
The public is cordially invited to
all the services of both church xnd
There was a very light vote on
Tuesday in the bond election but the
majority was ample. The vote was
For sewer extension 32
Against sewer extension 10
Majority for extension 22
T'or water extension 34
Against water extension 9
Majority for water extension 23
sMr. Chappell's Loss.
To the Editor of The Herald & News,
Dear Sir :-I notice Mr. Chappell 's
loss by fire the second time in a short
while, And that he has been paying a
policy in t'he Farmer's Mutual, which
Company refused to pay him beeause
of a clause in the poliey. As I am
one of the Farmer's Mutual boys, I
wish to let them know what I think
of their conduct in this matter. As
Mr. Chappell did not notice that
clause, they ought to pay -him, or re
fund his money with interest.
G. F. Krell.
Central Methodist Church
(Rev. J. W. Wolling, D. D., Pastor.)
The regular services on Sunday
morning in Central church will be
conducted by the pastor. who will
speak on the subject "'The invitation
It being the first Suniday the comn
mnunion will be celebrated and all the
members are urged to claim their
Sunday school meets at 4 o'clock
for .Bible study.
At. the night services will begin
with the familiar hymns, and Dr.
Wolling will preach on the visit of
the three wise men.
To all these services a cordial in
r~itation is extended.
To the many dear friends andi near
:es, who have shown so much sym
paiby and kindness and ministered
Linto us so tenderly through our great
bereavement, we each and all of us
express our heartfelt thanks. Our
hearts are heavy. but would be heav
ier without ithe sweet memory of so
rnuch kindness and tender t-hought
for us in so many. ways. May the
raio,u Father above, whose we are.
'nur faithI and stav -ee ini this. bless
anid reward you abundantly!
Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Riser, and
OFF FOR AUGUSTA.
The Newberry Concert Band Leaves
Tomorrow for Augusta Where
They Have Engagement.
T-e .Newberry Coneert Band leaves
Saturday morning for Augusta where
they have an engagement to furnish
the music for the Augusta Fair next
Following is a list of the members]
composing the band:
W. A. Wherry, (director) Solo
Olin Wesley, Solo Cornet.
Walter Bowen, Solo Cornet.
Frank Miller, 1st. Bb Cornet.
Clarence Davis, 2nd Bb Cornet.
;Olin Reighley, Ep Clarionet.
Lonnie Smith, 1st Bb Clarionet.
C. N. Davenport, 1st Bb Clarionet.
E. C. Bedenbaugh, 2nd Bb Clari
Jos. Bouknight, 1st Alto.
Jas. Davis, 2nd Alto.
Frank Jones. 3rd Alto.
Sam Jones, 1st Trombone.
Birge Albritton, 2nd Trombone.
Henry Swindler, 3rd Trombone.
D. B. Chandler. Baritone.
J. Glenn Carroll, Bass.
A. C. Ward, Bass.
W. F. Hardeman, Bass Drum.
Arch Bouknight, Side Drum.
NEWBBERRY COLLEGE NOTES.
Base Ball Coach.-Basket Ball.
President Karms in Charleston.
Two new medals. The first honor
medal and science medal have been
-given to the college. The first honor
medal is given by Mr. J. H. Sum
mer, and the science medal by Mr.
Robert Norris and Dr. W. G Hous
eal. The college is grateful for such
gifts, not so much for their relative
value. but for the spirit and loyalty
which prompts the givhig of them.
At a recent meeting of the Base
ball association, it was unanimously
decided to employ a coach for the
coming season. We have some. very
excellent material from which. to se
Iect good ball players; and by hav
ing a coach to train them we expect
to capture the pennant which we
came so close to winning last season.
At this meeting Alan Johnstone was
elected president of the Baseball as
sociation and C. H. E reps, secretary.
H.' B. Wessinger, who is prevented
from playing on the team this season
because he has already been on the
team four seasons, the maximum
length, was elected field manager.
We note with pleasure the return
to college of "Boo' Scurry, who will
as usual retain his fine reputation in
left field. Eidson, a young Saluda
pitcher, was in fine _form in the
Freshman-Junior game, and we pre-1
diet for him a successful -eareer as
a pitcher. He throws like Crane
iPresiident Harms has returned
from Charl.eston, where he preached
the Reformation sermon last Sunday.
The first game of the basketball
series 'was played last Friday night
between the seniors and the fresh
men, resulting. in a shore of 29 to2
in favor 'of the seniors. The goal
throwing of Epting for the Seniors
was the feature.
'The faculty gave Trhursday as a
holiday, in order that those students.
who so wish might attend the State
fair. A large n.1mber went down.
In the preliminary tennis games
which have been played during this
and last week for the purpose of se
leting three men to go to the ten
nis tournamert at Erskine. McFall
Wise and H. B: Sc'haeffer won in
doubles. H. B. Schaeffer in singles.
'nd L. B. Iouch as substitute These
men. the n, will go to Due West
Tuesday. remaining there durina the
contest which will last until Thurs
Guest--Th there any danger of fire
in this hotel?
Bov (with teeth ehattering)-N-niot
unless you pay for it.-New York
Arcadian Musical Comedy Company
No 8. Prices:
THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY.
The Idler a Busy It.-Going to the
Fair and Synod.-Miss Marie
lr(sperity, Nov. 4t-Mrs. J. F.
Browne has improved so rapidly
shice her return home that she will
assume the duties of her music elas
Mr. and Mrs. Bireh, of Columbia,
visited Dr. Wheeler's family tiis
Mr. M.. C. Morris spent Sunday
Mrs. Elizabeth DeWalt has gone
to Newberrv on a visit to relatives
Mr. A. G. Wise spent the week
end in Savannah and Columbia.
Mrs. B. B. Schumpert returned to
day from a ten days' stay with her
sons in Savannah.
There is proof positive that Pros
perity's patronage of Robinson'i
shows was not stinted. All the -tick
ets, more than 250, were entirely sold
out, while others clamored for the
exhausted supply, of cardboard bits.
Mr. Idler's name is entirely a mis
nomer. It strikes us he is one of the
busiest men around Newberry. Some
day when he is really idle, we woj2id
be glad to have him come our way
and point out some of our specially
interesting and picturesque scenes pf
interest (or rather disinterest).
Mrs. J. P. Mahon and little daugh
ter, of Newberry. visited relatives
here this week.
Miss Bessie Belle Douglas, of
Winnsboro, is the guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. P. L. Lanigford.
The foliowing of our people have
visited or are visiting Columbia and
Mrs. M. H. Boozer, Mrs. E. E.
Young, Mrs. G. Y. Hunter, Mrs. C.
M. Harmon; Misses Mary Wheeler,
Julia Matthews, Addie and Ellen
Wei'ts, Carrie Tome, Groseelose, Con
nelley. Lena Lester.
Messrs. A. B. Wise, H. J. Rawl,
S. S. Birge, Joe Hartman. Foster
Ruff, A. G. Wise, Virgil Kohn, F.
Bohb, Bushnell Bowers, Karl Fel
lers, F. E. Sehumpgrt, V. P. Work
man, Cal and Gus Singley, E. S.
The Proseperity Auto Club, Dr.
Bedenbaugh, Messrs. Steele, Harmon,
Mathis, also ran down Wednesday.
'The St. Lukes School opened Mon
day" 'ith a very large enrolme'nt. Mr.
E. 0. Counts is principal and Miss
Rebecca Mahon, of Newberry, has
charge of, the primary and inter-.
Grace Sunday school extends to all
the other Sunday schools a cordial
invitation to be present at the Sun
day morning services when Presi
dent J. H. Harms will' deliver a ser
mon to the children at the annual
Children's Day celebration.
Miss Mary Lizzie Wise went. to
Columbia last week.'
Dr. Hunter spent a short while at
Saluda this week.
Miss Marie Lathan, of our sister
city, Little Mountain, was quietly
married Wednesday at noon to Mr.
C. Calhoun, a very popular traveling
salesman of Columbia. Miss Lathan
is the attractive daughter of ,Mr. J.
B. Lathan. We wish these young
peopl,e much happiness and prosper
Mr. Isanogle was again on our
streets greeting his many friends
*There will be another exodus Sat
urday when the following leave for
the Missionary Convention at Lees-'
ville: Mrs. M. '0. J. Kreps, Mrs.
Singley, Mrs. G Y Hunter, Miss Ger
trude Simpson, Miss Gertrude Bobb,
Miss Mary Lizzie Duncan, Mrs. S. D.
Duncan. Miss Mat.tie Miller.
From Colony church, Mrs. John
The graded school will have holi
day Friday in order to let the chil
dren visit the Fair.
Prof. J. E. Hunter. of Clemson
College. stopped over en route for
.Opera House, Monday night
TO DISCUSS TYPHOID FEVER.
Physicians of Third District Will
Meet at Greenwood to Discuss
There will be an assemblage of all
'Lie doctors of the state, who are in
good standing, in their coitv so
cieties, on the seventeenth of No
vember, at Greenwood. The purpose
of this meeting is to discuss the
treatment and prevention of typhoid
fever, with all the conditions that
bear upon it. A number of papers
are to be read which will be very in
teresting and beneficial to those in
terested in the general hygienic and
prophylactic condition of the health
of the public. These talks will be
delivered by a coterie of physicians
well up in the scientific world.
Following is a letter containing
an invitation and a list of the papers
to be read:
Greenwood, S C.,
November 4, 1909.
You.are invited to attend a Typhoid
Fever meeting to be held at Green
wood, S. C., on November 17, 1909,
at tweIve noon, by the third Coun
The following papers will be read:
The Prevention of Typhoid Fever,
by John Lyon. M. D., of Ninety Six,
The Diagnosis of Typhoid, by A.
B. Frontis, M. D., of Ridge Spring,
The Diet in Typhoid Fever, by R.
E. Hughes, M. D., of Laurens, S. C. -
Hyperpyrexia in Typhoid Fever,
by G. A. Neuffer, M. D., Abbeville,
.The entire membership of the
County Medical Societies of this
district are urged to attend this
A dinner complimentary to the oc
casion willl be given at the Oregon
Hotel, by Dr. R. B. Epting.
'Please in-form Dr. R. B. Epting,
President of the Greenwood County
Medical Society, whetther or not you
All persons are warned not to
trespass, by hunting or otherwise, on
lands owned: by the undersigned.
'Mrs. M. E. Lake.
Edw. R. Hipp.
Post Cards Colored Newberry
views, le. eacth at
Anderson 10c. Co.
JUST RECEIVED. Fresh lot of
Hirsch Bros. Pickles. Both Sweet
and Sour.. Barrel of 'best kraut in
town. W. 0. Wilson.
Post Cards,. Colored Newberry
views, 1c. each at
Anderson 10o. Co.
FESH .OAUBAGE. Canadian tur
.nips, New- Tork potatoes, Faney N.
,Y.. apples,. at
Wilson's, Phone 202.
Post Cards, Colore( Newberry
vifnWs, Ic. ie at
.An4erson 10c. Co.
&. FREH IITPMENT of Nation
ar Bisuit Co's. Pound Cakes plain
and' fruited. A splendid assort
;ment of other eakes and craekers
at W. 0. Wilson's.
LOOK for J.. A. Wright's ad in Her
1aId and News, Nov-ember 16, 1909.
REWRMBRR-The best 'coffees to
be had at \Vilson's, priee's from
20ec. to 40e. the pound.
Shipment Fresh Chocolate Candy
received to-day, 20c. Pound.
Andierson 10c. Co.
CALl, ON W. 0. WILSON for can
ned goods, faney hand packed to
matoes at 10e. the can: Peanut
Butter, 10e. and 20e.; :Olives, plain
and stuffed, Catsup, Prepared Mus
tard, and Relish.
Golden Riile Encampment No. 25,
I. 0. 0. F., will meet at Klettner's
Hall the 4th Monday night in each
month at 8 o'clock.
C. G. Ble ase, .
W. G. Peterson, Sribe
Pulaski Lodge No. 20, I. 0. 0. F.
will meet in Klettner 's Hall Fri
day night, October 29th. at 8 o'clock.
T.'t al1 the members attend.
Visitors cor'dially invited.
I. H. Hunt,
W. G. Peterson, Sec'y
LOOK for J. A. Wright's ad in Her
.ld .a Nws. Novembewr 16j. 1909.
(Corrected by Nat Gist.)
Good Middling 14 3-4
Strict Middling 14 5-8
Middling 14 1-2
(Corrected by 0. MeR. Holmes.)
Good Middling . 14 3-4
Strict Middling 14 54
Middling 14 1-2
Sotton Seed 39 cents.
1 CENT A WORD.
No advertisement taken for
ess than 25 cents.
FRESH CELERY, Cranberries, Wal
.nuts, Almonds, Peeams, Butternats,.
Dates, Figs, Layer Raisins.
DON'T buy or sell a plantation with
out seeing The Newberry Land &
0. B. Mayer, President.
LOT FRESH CURRANTS, Citron
and raisins for Thanksgiving cake.
10-26-8t. E. H. Longshore.
SOME OF OUR SPECIALS.-Solid
Gold Cuff Buttons, $2.00; Soli
Gold Scarf Pins, 75e.; Solid Go4
Elgin Watches, $20.00, Ladies' sizer
8-inch Cut Glass Bowls, $4.00, very,
Daniels & Williamson.
FOR RENT.-Niee office, fronting onr
Friend street. In Herald and News
Building. Apply to
Broaddus & Ruf.
FINE NORFOLK OYSTERS every
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday at
40 cents a quart.
J. C. Sample.*
$12.50 Hampden Watches, 20 year,
Gold filled eases. New thin models.
Daniels & Williamson.
SEE US BEFOEE SELLING YOUR
COTTON SEED. WE* WANT
THMK B .I. N /ANS .b
NIDES.-Highiest price paid by Wise
GET YOUR GLASSES from Dr. G.
W. Connor, a graduate of the larg
est optical college in the worldr-.the
Northern Bllinois College of Chics
go Dr. Connor is located'per:man
ently in Newberry, gie both -the
objective,. and. subjeetive tests, by
electricity and guaravitees his work.
MONEY TO IOAI.-At 5 per eent.9
on Real Estate. Easy payment. 'We
will bpy you a 'home.
The Equitable Home Co-.
F. M. Grady, Agent'.
Offie over Dr. Van Smith's Drug
Store. Call or write.
Daniels & Williamson.
GET our prices on anythiing''i our
line, it will pay you.
Daniels & Williamson.
NEW YORK APPLES, Danish- cah
bage. All fresh.
10-26-8t. E. H. Longshore.
BR1ETTIEST and latest patterns of
Silverware bought cheap and sold
Daniels & Wifllamson.
LOST on evening- of Oetober 25 lap
robe, somewhere between opera
house and overhead bridge. Finder
will be rewarded if robe is left at
Gilder & Weeks' Drug Store.
WANTED-To buy a good, fresh
milch cow. Dr. Gilder.
LOOK for J. A. Wright's ad .in Her
aid and News. Novetmber 16, 1909.
THIfS will he my last ear, tet
car of Guano, and acid.
S. J. Kohn,
Prosperity, S. C.
FINE APPLES, Sweet Florida Or
anges. Grape Fruit, Tangerines,
Grapes, Pears, Peaches. Prepared'
and Fresh Cocoanut.