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Ifovements of Many People, New
berrian And Those Who Visit
Miss Lizzie Glenn, of Clin-on, is
a guest of Mrs. 0. B. Mayer.
Mrs. W. J. Montgonery. of Spar
tanbur, is visiting Mrs. 0. B. Mayer.
Prof. W. K. Sligh and family have
returned from Florida.
Mrs. J. B. lumbert, of Honea
Path. is visiting Mrs. J. W. Humbert.
Dr. and Mrs. E. P. McCiintock
have returned to Newberry, after an
extended trip to Boston.
31r. Yaneey Senn, of Birmingham,
claim agent of the street. railway
company of Birmingham, is visiting
his mother, Mrs. Susan Senn.
Miss Mamie Payne left Monday
1or Baltimore, where she will make
-her :home wi*h her brother, Mr. Pope
Mr. Thos. 0. West is in the city
on a visit to relatives. Mr. West's
home for the past several years has
been in Louisville, where he will re
turn on Sunday.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Rev. A. J. Bowers, pastor, will
hold regular servik-es at Colony
church next Sunday morning at 11
Rev. W. Ray Anderson is conduct
ing a meeting a;t Ebenezer this week,
preaching in the morning at 11
o'clock and in the evening at 7:30.
The meeting will be continued
through Sunday, the last service be
ing held Sunday evening.
Two Big Mortgages.
Two big mortgages Y re filed in
the clerk of court's office at Newber
ry last week. They are givea by the
Seaboard Air Line company in eon
nection with its reorganization, and
one is for $25,000,000.00 to the Fi
delity Trust company, of Maryland;
the one is for $125,000,000.'00, to the
New York Trust company.
The recording of these mortgages
will occupy considerable time and
will cover a number of pages in the
Cards have been r~eceived in this
. iz.y announcing the marriage of
Menefee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. .Blease, form-erly of Newberry,
zo Mr. Johyn Durant Puett,' of Win
ston-Salem, December 1, 1909, at Lhe
home of the bride's parents in Win
sto'n-Salem, 'N C. Miss Blease is
pleasantly remembered here, where
she made many friends during her
visit to relatives here last summer.
' DOOMPJMENTS JURORS.
Judge Shipp Comments on Unusual
Record of Newberry's Petit
Jurors This Week..
In discharging the petit jurors yes
* terday morning from further attend
anee upon the sessions .court, Judge
Shipp paid a very high and de
served compliment .o the ju
~rors this term. He said this
was one of the few times in his whole
experience at the bar or on the ben'ch
* that every one of .the thirty-six petit
* urors had answered, and not one
had been excused. He said this
willingness to serve on the juries
spoke well for Newberry county.
At lea.st one of the jurors was ex
empt by; stat.ute, but .e did not c'aim
The business of the court was con
ducted smoothly throughout the term,
and a remarkably large volume -of
businiess was disposed of in a short
time. Judge Shipp is making .an en
viable reputation as a learned and
fair and impartial judge, and So
li-eitor Cooper is one of the ablest
prosecuting officers in the State, and
:they had 'the cooperation of the
Newberry bar and of all t'he officers
~f the court in disposing of business
tentral Methodist Church.
The regular services on Sunday
uorning .in Central church will be di
rected by the pastor, who will speak
:on the "Eternal rest and reward of
~the Christian. " An urgent request
.is .made -to ..the members to remem
be atheir offerings. Two more Sun
days will close the Conference year.
The Sunday school meets at 4
o'clock and has classes for Bible
study. The singing is good.
At night the usual half hour of
-song service will be .given and Dr.
"Wolling will preach a revival ser
mon on the subject, "A sinner ac
cepted of God."
Persons having church letters or
wishing to join on .profession are re
quested to preesnt themselves to the
SESSIONS COURT ADJOURNS.
Large Volume of Business Disposed
Of.-Adjournment on Thurs
The general sessions court has dis
posed of a great deal of business
this week, and the docket is in bet
ter shape ;han it has been for some
time past. An anusual number of
pleas of guilty were taken, which
disposed of the business rapidly.
Henry McMorris, colored, pleaded
guilty to violating the dispensary
law, and was sentenced to pay a fine
of $100 or ito serve three months.
Rich Davenport, colored, was tried
on three separate charges of assault
and battery with intent to kill, the
cases by agreement. being tried to
Igether before the same jury. The
offences with which Davenport Ivas
charged were the cutting of Magis
trate John Henry Chappell and
Messrs. Tom Sanders apd James W.
Henderson, in Magistrate Chappell's
office, in February of this year. It
will be recalled that Davenport had
been arrested by Special Constable
Henderson on a warrant-sworn out
before Magistrate Chappell by Mr.
Sanders charging Davenport with
ob'aining money under false pre
tenses, the charge growing out of the
sale by Davenport to Mr. Sanders of
some ho-s a few days before. Daven
port was taken into the office, where
the trouble occuried. The deitails of
the affair were fully published at the
time. Davenport was convicted in
eaeh case of assault and battery of a
high and aggravated na1ture, and
sentenced, to serve three months or
to pay a fine of $100 in each case. He
paid the fine. Davenport was rep
resented by Col. 0. L. Schumpert.
Marvin Bridges pleaded guilty to
(the charge of larceny of live stock,
aid, being under sixteen years of age,
he was sentenced to the reformatory.
His sentence was five years. The
crime to which 'he pleaded guilty was
the stealing of Dr. J. J' Dominick's
horse and buggy at Prosperity. When
ihe team was found -ear Leesville
Bridges had with him in the buggy
another negro, John Boyd, Jr. Boyd
pleaded not guilty, but the jury con
victed him, and 'he was sentenced to
serve three years on the public works
or in ithe State penitentiary.
Glenn MceMorris pleaded -guilty to
the charge of housebreaking and
larceny and was sentence'd to the re
forma tory for eighteen months. He
also pleaded guilty to another charge
of larceny, and was senitenced to the
reformatory for one year, the latter
sentence to begin at the expiration of
Walter Motley and James Smiith,
colored, were convicted of house
breaking and larceny, and sentenced
to serve two years in the penitentiary
or on the publie works of the Qopm,
ty. They ceame Ito Newhberry as la-I
borers with the John Robinson circus.
The charge against them was break
ing into the 'house of Tom Suber, eol
ored, who lives a short distance out
of town, and stealing :therefrom a
coat, pistol, razor, pants and other
articles of the value of $25.00.
J. S. Rawl, colored, was convicted
in his ab'sence of disposing of prop
erty under lien, and a sealed sentence
was left for him.
John Wal.lace, colored, pleaded
guilty to violation of the dispensary
law, a.nd was senten:eed to pay a
fine of $100 or to serve three months.
Ben Burton, alias Ben Campbell,
colored, pleaded guilty to assau-lt of
a 'hg and aggravated nature, anvd
was sentenced ito pay a fine of $40
or to serve 60 days.
James Gary, colored, pleaded guil-I
ty to violation of t'he di'spensary law,
and was sentenced to pay a fine of
$100 or to serve three months.
Nels Sims, eolored, pleaded guilty
o assault of a high and aggravated
nature, and was sentenced to pay a
line of $100 or to serve four months.
John Wallace, colored, pleaded
guilty of forgery, and was sentenced
to pay a fine of one dollar' and to
serve one year.
Grand Jurors for Next Year.
This being the 'last Iterm of the
Sessions Court for this year, the
names of six of the present grand
jurors were drawn to serve on the
grand jury next year. The names
J. McDuffie Sclhumpert.
R. M. Caldwell.
W. L. Reighley.
L. C. PiUts.
W. .L. Cromer'.
Following the presentment of the!
grand jury, the court adjourned sine
die, at 10:30 o'clock on Thursday
President Finley of the Southern
Railroad in his address to a large
ga:hering at Salisbury. N. C.. cheers
the southern farmer, and says that
i':e demand for cotton is increasing,
thinks that the day wheni :wentyv mil
ionl bales will be -needed is soon to
THE CITY PRIMARY.
Pledges Signed.-Public Meeting To
night at New Court House.
Another in West End Sat
The time for filing pledges in order
to enter the municipal primary closes
to-day at noon. Those who were not
registered yesterday cannot use reg
istration cetificates for the primary
and therefore cannot vote in the pri
Registration during the past few
days 'has been active, and while there
is no.t. a full registration, it is much
larger than was indicated some few
Up to yesterday the following can
didates had filed their pledges with
the Chairman of the executive com
mittee, Dr.. O. B. Mayer.
For Mayor-Cole L. Blease and J.
Alderman for Ward 1-P. F. Bax
Alderman for Ward 2-J. 49.
Green, R. B. Lominack.
Alderman for Ward 3-C H. Can
Alderman for Ward 4-E. L. Ro
delsperger, Geo. W. Summer.
Alderman for Ward 5-G. C.
School Trustee, Ward 4-J. H.
School Trustee, Ward 5-J. Mar
According to the resolutions of the
Citzens' Meeting the executive com
mit-tee has arranged for a public
meeting at the new Court House to
night beginning at eight o'clock, at
which meeting all of the candidates
for ithe different positions will be ex
pected to address the voters.
We understand that arrangements
have been made for a meetinginWest
End tomorrow night, though that
meeting has not been provided for by
the executive committee. However,
we suppose -the voters in West End
will be glad to have the candidates
present and they will be given an op
portunity to speak, if they so desire.
Mr. T. F. Turner, who is announced
as a candidate from Ward 5, had not
signed the pledge yesterday, but he
has un-il to-day at 12 o'clock to sign,
if he so desires.
The registration up until 4:30 yes
terday afternoon was .as follows:
Ward 1 115
Ward 2 147
Ward 3 112
Ward 4 106
Ward 5 -164
Senior Class High School.
The Senior year of the Newberry
High Scehool organized ,their class on
the four,th of November. The follow
ing officers were elected:
James Smith, President; Ethel
Jones, Vice President; Estelle Bow
ers, Secretary; Catherine Garlington,
The class pin and pennant were se
leeted and have been ordered. They
have chosen garneit..and gold as their
class colors. The first graduating
class of the new High Se0hool of
Newberry, the class of 1910, hopes to
be the banner class.
Special Meeting U. D. C. Chapter.
A special meeting of Drayton
Rutherford Chapter, U. D. C. is call
ed for Tuesday afterpoon, November
23rd, at half past three o 'clock,
Chamber of Commerce. All members
are urged to attend as business of
great importance to be transaeted.
Mrs. J. A. Burton, Pres.
Mamie E Schumpert, Sece'ty.
At Bush River.
At Bush River church on Sunday,
Deacon W. H. Wallace was chosen
sperini:endent of the Sunday school,
J. A. Bozart, assistant superintend
ent, Reeder Brooks, clerk. The res
ignation of Rev. C. W. Hidden was
accepted, and the board of deacons
appointed a committee to selee!: a
new pastor. It is understood that a
call is to be extended to Rev. W. J.
Lang:on, of Conway, S. C, a form
er pastor. Dr. Hidden will preach
his farewell sermon .t Bush River
on the fourth Sunday forenoon, and
will go at once to his new field of la
bor in Kansas City, Mo.
Lutherani Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edward Fulenwider, Pastor.)
The following is the program of
divine services at t.he Lutheran
Church of the Redeemer next Sun
At 11 a. m. The morning service
with a sermon by the pastor on the,
subject, "Religion of the Doorstep."
At 7:30 p. m. the subject of the
sermon wvill be "'The Geneesis."' Thi~
will be the first of a series of ser
mous on the Book of Genesis. There
will be gtod music at both services.
At 4 p. m. Sunday school meets.
The public is cordially invited to
U. D. C. CONVENTION.
Will Meet in Newberry Nov. 30-Dec.
3.-Newberry Will Do Her Best.
-Committee Desires Names.
The 14th ainual convention of :e
S.C. division, U. D. C., will meet in
Newberry, November 30-December 3.
The committees .from the enter
taining chapter, the Drayton Ruther
ford, have all their plans praetically
perfected for the meeting. The only
committee that cannot so report is
the one on homes, of which Mrs. Jas.
McIntosh is chairman. As yet :the
names of delegates from seven chap
ters have not been sent in, as.follows:
Bishopville, Edisto Island, Gaffney,
Bennettsville, :0ld Point, Williams
burg, Beech Island.
In order thalf delegates may be con
genially and pleasantly plaed by
the committee it is absolutely nec
essary. that their names be sent in at
least a week beforehand. Homes will
be provided for all delegates. In ease
a delegate cannot come she is request
ed to inform Mrs. McIntosh whether
or not to expect her alternate.
All visitors to t!he convention can
find pleasant accommodation at the
Crotwell Hotel, Mrs. M. A. Hueitt,
proprietress, next door to the court
house, at the reduced rate of $1.50
T'he business sessions will be held
in the.new court house in College
street, and the :two night sessions
will be in the opera house.
On the evening of Tuesday, -No
vember 30, the opening exercises will
be held. Addresses of welcome will
be made by representatives from the
organizations in the city :that invit
ed the convention to Newberry. Mrs.
J. W. Doar, of Georgetown, will de
liver the respouse for the Division.
Hon. A.. L. Gaston, Commandant of
the S. C. Division. U. S. C. V., will
bring greetings from the sons. ' A
visitor to the tonvention, who will
add much interest to the meeting,
will be the president of the Florida
Division, Sister Esther Carlotta, a
woman of the highest literary attain
ments, and whose interest in the work
of the U. D. :C. knows no bounds.
One of tne features of .fihe Histori
cal Evening will be the return of the
flag once belonging to the Claremont
Rifles, of Sumter County-the first
Confederate flag raised over Fort
Sumter. Cadet Spann, of Suxmter,
will be present to receive the flag,
and in turn present it to the U. D.
C. of South Carolina, to be preserved
in t'h,e Capitol at Columbia.
C~ol. D'avid Cardwell, chairman of
the commis.sion for the Conf,derate
Infirmary, will attend the convention
on? Thursday, and talk of -this insti
In all probabilit'v, there will be
founid necessity for holding a busi
ness session on Friday morning.
Each day luneh will be served by
the Drayton Rutherford Chapter in
MCaugh'rin Rail, within a stone 's
Trrow of the court house.
The one social affair will .be a re
eeption tendered delegates, visitors,
hosts and hostesses, by Col. and Mrs.
George Johnstone, ai their home in
The credentials committee, con
sisting of Mrs. McWhirter, of Jones
ville, Mr's. Evans, of Edgefield, Mrs.
Perry, of Lancaster, Mrs. Graham, of
Greenville and Mrs. Aull of Newber
ry, will be in session immediately af
ter the .arrival of the last 'train on
Tuesday, (3.20 p. in.) in the parlors
of the Newberry hotel. Delegates
will please bring their credentials in
their handbags so that no delay ir,
the delivery of trunks will prevent
their reporting to t'he committee that
afternoon. This is absolutely neces
sary. Each delegate is requested to
wear, on arrival. a knoit of red and
of white ribbon, in case she does not
wear her chapter badge. The reas6n
The people of Newberry are en
thusiastic over the coming to their
iry of these representiative women
from all over the State. They are
anxious that the visitors shall enjoy
their stay; and, to aid in this phase
of the meeting, those who intend
coming will greatly oblige the various
committees -by heeding the sugges
tions -here given at the request of
The railroads have offered redireed
rates provided 100 delegates attend.
County papers are requested to
They Are Moving.
Herald and News :-We want to
ithank you for the nice display you
made of, our ad in your i.ssue of the
16th. It is doing t'he work and yes
terday we -had people calling from all
n~rs. Your paper reaches the peo
ple. We are sure the people appre
eiate the fact th : We are offerinig
barains that cannot be over looked.
We expect to hear more and more of
from it each day. until tihe end of 'the
ten dlays. These are the days of in
ve:.tiat*io)n. People want to see what's
goin on. The . L. Bowles Co.
DISCUSS TYPHOID FEVER.
Doctors Meet at Greenwood- Sever
al From Newberry Present.-Dr.
Houseal Reads a Paper.
On Wednesday, November 17, a
large representation of the doctors (
for the five counties of Abbeville,
Greenwood. Laurens, Newberry and
Saluda. comprising the Third Counci
lor District, assembled at Greenwood
to discuss the subject of typhoid fev
er. A number of very inrteersting
papers were read by men whose ex
perience and skill in this disease axe
well recognized in their profession
and the diacussions of these papers
brought out many new points, and
made the meeting one of scientific
value to all present.
Dr. 0. B. Mayer, as Councilor of I
Jie Third Councilor District, presid
ed. Those who attended the meet
ing from Newberry are: Drs. 0. B.
Mayer, W. G. Houseal, P. G. Elle
sor; Dr. G. Y. Hunter, Dr. J. I.
Bedenbaugh, of Prosperity, Dr. J. M/1. 0
Sease, of Little Mountain. Dr.
Houseal read an able paper on the
Antisepitic Treatment of Typhoid
After the reading and discussing
of all papers, a motion was made to
orga-nize a County District Society
to be made up of the doctbrs in 'these
counties who are in good standing
in their County Medical Societties.
This motion was carried, and Dr. G.
A. Neuffer, of'Abbeville, was eleet
ed president; Dr. R. E. Hughes, of
Laurens, vice-president and Dr. G.
P. Neal, of Greenwood , secretary. I
Dr. Neuffer extended an invitation
for the first meeting to be -held in
Abbeville, whieh invitation was ae
cepted. The time of :this -meeting
will be announced later.
At a quarter to three the meeting
adjourned and the members were the
guests of Dr. R. B. Epting at a de
lightfully served dinner at the Ore
All of the doctors 'present spent a
profitable time as well as a delight
ful one socially.
Foreign Misionary Society.
The Woman's Foreign Missionar-y
Society of Cent.ral Methodist church
will observe "Week of Prayer," be
ginning November 22, and closing
November 26, meeting each' after-.
noon at 4 o'clock, in the chnreh par
lor. All the ladies of the church and
of other churches are invited to at
The following ladies have been ap
pointed as leaders of the meetings:
Monday--Mrs. J. W. Humbert.
Tuesday-Mrs. W. H. Wallace.
Wednesday-Mrs. C. H. Cannon.
Thursday-Mrs. G. L. Epps.
Friday-Mrs. C. B. Martia
Capt. Williani C. Armor, of Ha~r-.
risburg, Pa., who was aide ito Gen.
W. T. Shermana, and received the
surrender of the city of Savanparb 45
years ago, is attending the meeting
of t.he local camp of the Uniited Con
federate Veiterans, and he attempted
unsuccessfully to locate the . exact
spot of the surrender.
FOR SALE.-Good large farm mule
for sale cheap. Good conidition.
Call at The J. L. Bowles Co.
1316 Main St.
KRAUT-KRAUT. The finest made.
In barrel, at Wilson's, Phone 202.
FOR SALE-Three Mileh cows with
G. Henry Cromer,
R. F. D. 1, Blairs, S. C.
FRESH SHIPMENT-Hand packed
Tomatoes, 10c. can; New crop can
ned Corn, the M. M. Brand, white,
tender and sweet.]
At WILSON 'S.
FOR RENT.-Nice new six room .cot
tage, with all modern conveniences,
centrally -located. .Apply to
'1~9t Miss Serena Riser.
Golden Rule Encampment No. 25,
I. 0. 0. F., will meet at Klettner's
Hall the 4th Monday night in each
'month at 8 o'dock.
C. G. Blease,
WV. G. Peterson, Sribe
The Newberry County Teachers'
Association will meet in the new
court house next Saturday, Novem-!
ber 20th, at 11 o 'elock a. m.
Address: The Teacher and the
Teacher's Associati--J. B. O'N.
All teachers are urged to attend.
J. S. Wheeler,
Co. Superintendent Edur-ation.
(Corrected by Nat Gi.)
rood Middling 14 1
5trict Middling 14
(Corrected by 0. MeR. Holmes.
rood Middling 14 1
'friet Middling 14
Cotton Seed 42 cents.
I CENT A WOR
qo advertisement take
ss than 25 cents.
[IME to eook that fruit cake .for
Thanksgiving. New crop seedeL
Raisins, Currants, Citron, just re
ceived. 'Quality guaranteed.
W. 0. Wilson.
"OR RENT-A five or six horse farx,
with a new six room ottage on it.
All buildings in thorough repair.
Hay meadow and pasture. Can rent
three mules and wagon with farm.
One year with privilege of fiva
Will rent part or all for 900 lbs.
to the horse. John C. HIR.
SWEET and SOUR Pickles. In bot-'
ties or barrels. Apples by the peek
W. 0. Wilson, Phone 202.
MOT FRESH CURRANTS, Citron
and raisins for Thanksgiving cake.
10-26-St. .. H. Longshore.
;oME OF OUR sPECIALS.-Solid
Gold Cuff Buttons, $2.00; Solid
Gold Scarf Pins, 75e.; Solid Gold
Elgin Watches, $20.00, Ladies' ize;
8-inch Cut Glass Bowls, $4.00, very
Daniels & Williamson.
POR RENT.-Nice office, frbnting on
Friend street. In Herald and News
Building. Apply to
Broaddus & RufE.
FINE NORFOLK OYSTERS every
Tuesday, Friday and Stra
40 cents a quart.
P12.50 Hampden Watches, 20 year,
Gold filled cases. New thin models.
*Daniels & Williamson,
SRE WS $$F6RB SELLING YOUR
COTTONT SEED. WE WANTI
THM. E .M. EVAE
EIDE.-ighest price paid by Wise
ET YOUR GLASSES from Dr. (d.
W. Connor, a graduate of the larg
est optical college in the world-the
Northern Illinois College' of Chica-.
go Dr. Connor is located perman I
ently in' Newberry, gives both the
ob.iective .and subjeeti?e tests by
electricity and guarantees hiis work.'
WONEY TO DOAN.-At 5 per est.
on Real Estate. Easy payment. We
will buy you a 'home.
The Equitable Home Co.,
F. M. Grady,.Agent.
Office over Dr. Van Smith's Drug
Store. Call or write.
Daniels & Williamsbn.
PINEST CABBAGE for krauting .at
Wilson's. Danish variety, heads
firm an& round.
IET our prices on anytiing in our
line, it will pay you.
Daniels & Williamson.
WEW YORK APPLES, Danish cab
bage. All fresh.
10-26-8t. ' E. H. Longsfore.
EPRTTIEST and la-test patterns of
Silverware bought cheap and sold
Daniels & Williamson.
['HIS will be my last car, the fifth
ear of Guano, and acid.
S. J. Kohn,
Prosperity, S. C.
30N'T buy or sell a plantation with
out seeing The Newberry Land &
0. B. Mayer, Presiden-i.