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Novments of Many People, New- I
berrian And Those Who Visit
Hon. Geo. S. Mower has been in
Charleston this week on business. a
Miss Marie Gary, of Abbeville,
Pent a short while. in the -city the
guest of Mrs. John M. Kinard. e
-Ts. T:. Swinion', of Greenville,
S. C., is in the city to spend Thanks
giving with Miss Emilie Bird a
MSirs. T. G. Willi
Miss .Ru-th Tompkins, of the Col-!
lege for Women. Colmbia, is spend
i-ng Thanksgiving in the city with
her sister, Mrs. John K. Aull.
Miss Essie Pearson, the teacher of
the Bethel school, this county, spent
Thanksgiving with her parents in
Mrs. Annie Oxner. and son, Wil
liam, of Clinton, arrived Wednes
(ay night to spend Thanksgiving with
the home folks.
Miss Mazie Dominick, who is teaeh
ing music in Chester-, will spend
Thanksgiving and several days fol
lowing at her ihome in Newberry.
Mr. H. Grady Goggans left on
-Wed-nesday for Dallas, Texas, where
-he will enter the law oftre of his
brother, Mr. J. IAwson Goggans, who
has achieved an enviable reputation
.as a practitioner at the Texas bar.
The following Nobles of the. Mys
ti Shrine are atten'ding the meet
ing in Greenville this week: Geo. S. I
Mower, Fred. H. Dominiek, .R. Her
man. Wright, Harry W. Dominick,<
Robert Mayes, J. P. Wilson, H. T.
Cannon, L. G. Eskridge, E. E. Wil
'iamson; Newberrv is furnishing i
fresh meat" in the persons of Thos.
P. Johnson. E. Hugh Summer, of the
city, and Geo. A. Brow-ning, of Gold
ville, on whom the degrees will be
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The young' man who was at the
house of detention untii it could be
ascertained whether or - not :he would
deveop a~ case- of small pox, has been
*allowed to leave. -Mr. Smith is still
at the house of det'ention and is get
r.ixg on as well as dould be expected.
Congressman A. Frank Lever, of
Lexington, will aiddress the students
.of Newberry colleg'e, his alma mater,
* n the college chapel on Friday morn
ing, and will address the boy dem
onstrators and the farmers of the
county in the 'new court house on Sat
urday morning at 11 o'elock.I
The Diekert. family held .a reunion
-last Thanksgiving day at the resi
dence of one of the brothers, Mr. J.
L. Dickert. They' will meet again
this Thanksgiving day at. the same
place, and during the past year there
has been no death in the family, and
* all of the children, grandichildren,
brothers and sisters will assemble
again on Thanksgiving day to 'hold
their annual family reunion.
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer..
(Rev. Edward Fiulenwider, Pastor.)
The following'program of divine
s ervices will be observed at the~
Lutheran Church of the Redeemerj
n rext Sunday:
11 a. .n. Being the, first Sunday in'
the churc:h year the pastor will preach!
on the subject "The Morning Call."''
7:30 p. m. The second of a series
of sermons o.n the -book of Genesis,
subject, '"In Eden and Out.''
4 p. m. Sunday school meets. All
.*he m4mbers of the two Bible elas
ses are requested to be present. The
school will render,. a beautiful 'ser
ice at Christmas entitled "Pearls of
Praise.'' We hope to have. the cop
.'ies on 'hand Sunday and begin the
praictice. Let the school be present
The public is cordially invited t'o
'arewenl Sermon at Bush River.
Rev. C. W. Hidden will preach. his
farewell sermon in Bush River church
on the coming Sunday .forenon
subject, "At the Wedding Feast."
At niglit he will say farewell to the
Southland :in t:he First Baptist church
in Clinton, su.bject, "What Shall I do ~
"with'Jesus'" He .Al start for thel
west the morning following, andi
'Wednesday -night of next week will
akat a bio- welcoming prayer
meting in the Central BaptistI
. church of Kansas City, Mo., Sunday,
Dec. 5, . he w-ill begin preaching
in the Central Baptist chureh there,1
continuinlg for one week. Included
in his 'series of sermon addresses will
be one entitled "In the heart of the
Old South,'' being the story of his
life as a pasor -in Dixie laud. Imme
diately after the holidays he will
begin' an evangelistic campaign hih
K~ansas City, preparations for whh
-are already being made..
]BLEASE ML:OTED MAYOR.
tesults in the Various Wards.-Pri
mary Passed Off Quietly, But
Interest Was Intense.
The primary on Tuesday resulted
Mayor-Cole L. Blease.
Alderman Ward 1-P. F. Baxter.,
-Alderman Ward 2-R., B. Lomi
Alde-narOi .Ward 9--C. H. -Canpon.
Alderman Ward 4--E. L. o'.R6del
-Aberman WEvrd .;'. Evans.
School Trustee Ward 4-J. H.
ieker. . . ai
School Trustee Ward 5-J. Marion
There being not more than two
aandidates in any one -race;- no sec
na primary will be necessary, and
:he nominations in the primary on
Nuesday will be confirmed in the
,neral election to be held on the
3th of December.
The election passed off quietly.
'here was concsiderable interest, and
.n every race where there was oppo
sition, the vote was close. The vote
)olled was less than the registered
,ote by more than forty.
The results were .declared by the
,xecutive committee yesterday morn
There were only three races in
which there was opposition-fdr
nayor, for alderman of Ward 2 and
'or abderman of Ward 4.
Mr. Blease's majority for mayor
vas 25, Mr. Biease having received
315 votes, as against 290 for bis op
)onent, Mayor Langford.
In Ward 2 Mr. R. B. Lominack re-*
eived 70 votes, as against 65 re
eived. by his opponent, Aiderman J.
In Ward 4 Mr. E. L. Rodelsperger
eceived 55 votes, as against 49 re
eived by his opponent, Alderman
3. W. Summer.
The vote for mayor by wards was
iVard 1.. .. ..'.....55 .52
iVard 2.. .. ......52 80
Nard 3.. ........42 66
Fard 4.. .. .......49 .52
Ward 5.. ........117 40
Total.. .. .. ....315 290
Alderman Ward 1.
In Ward 1, Mr. P. F. Baxter, who
vas a candidate for re-election with
ut ,opposition, received 104 votes.
Alderman Ward 2.
The vote for Alderman in Wana:
2was as follows:
J. R. Green..... .... .. ....65
R. B. Lominack.. .. .... ......-70
Alderman Ward 3.
Alderman C. H. Cananon, who was
a candidate for reelection in Ward
3, without opposition, received 108
.Alderman Ward 4.
The vote for Ald,erman in Ward
I was as follows:
E. L. Rodelsperger.. .... ....55
Geo. W. Summer.... .... .....49
Alderman Ward 5.
In Ward 5, Alderman Gregg .
Evans, who was a candiidate for re
electiorn without opposition, received
M'r. J. H. Wicker, who was re-elee
ted s-chool trustee in Ward 4 without
opposition, received 89 votes.
Mr. J. Marion Davis, who was re
eleted' school trustee in Ward- 5
vithout opposition, received 146
An Appropriate Gift.
The pastor of Cross Roads chdreh,'
te Rev. B. P. Mitchell, was pre
ented with a 'nice new bed quilt by
he society of the church recently. He
.as no fear of the cold this winter.
X pastor with such a band with him
svill not neglect home missions, along
wvith other objects. This is worthy
>f emulation by others.
Mr. Elbert U. Shealy, .one of Lit-.
ble Mtain's popular young m'en,
vas quietly married on Tuesday. No
vember 23, to -Miss Pearl Hollis, of
Ridgeway. The ceremony took place
tthe bride's home. Immediately
after the ceremony Mr. ani Mrs.
Shealy left for Mrt Shealy 's home
at Little Mountain, where they will
pend a few before going to
A.bbeville, where Mr. Shealy is. con
nected with the Southern raliway.
Dheir many friends wishb for ther
~nuch happiness in their journey
throug'h life together.
U. D. G. Decorations.
It is hoped that the public will
]ot forget that Mayes' Book Store is
he headquarters for U. D. C. dec
)rations, and it is earnestly desired
that the stores an?d all places of bus
iness in Newberry will decorate dur
ing the convention. Begin to make
your plans now anid secure the dec
LatinS before they are picked over.
PLENTY OF MONY.
6ots of It on Deposit in the Banks of
tion Shown by Statements.
The State bank examiner and the
Domptroller of currency called- for.
4atements from the State aitd Na
tional ba-nks. at .the closing of busi
ness,' November 16.
There are eight banking institution
in: 'Newberrg county, andjsAvOn of;
bh*6s- have' already published their
tatements, peecding- to thisall. Ae.
ebrain t (h'ese statements tliere are
over one million dollars on deposit in
the banks :of this -county -subject.-o
eheek. At least one-fourth - of : this
amount is. in the savings departments
of the several banks.
'These figuoe.; ~woult- indibtl that*
there is plenty of money on hand,
and a. good deal of it not in use. In
fact-,'a banker was heard to say the
other day that there ~was no demand
-The statement of William 'Coleman
and company, bankers, has not yet
been publishel, but the amounts sub
ject 'o individual cheeks in the other
banks is stated in their reports as
Savings Bank .. .. .. ..$234625 39
Bank of Pomaria .. .. . 32484 741
People's National Bank. 142422 40
Bank of Prosperity ..... 144981 30
Farmers' and Merchants'
Bank at Little Mountain 34519 46
Commercial Bank . .. .. 401024 01
National Bank .. .... .. 173540 30
Total ..t..-.1..... $063597 60
AWAR4D OF r1ZES. -
Prizes to Be Awarded to Boy Dem
dnstrators on Saturday Worn
The prizes in the boys' contest will
be awarded on Satarday morning. A
list. of the prizes to be awarded has
been published. There are a number
of contestants, and the contest has
crated a great deal of interest
throughout the county, and has been
productive of a great deal'of good.
The -prizes .will be awarded.in the
new court house at .11 .o'clock. :Con
gressman A. Frank Lever, of Lex
ington, will be present and will de
liver an address to the ~boy demoin
strators, as will also Mr. Ira Ws Wil
liams, of the government department,
who is in charge of this work in this
In connection with the awarding of
these prizes, Mr. S. M. Duncan, agent
of the demonstration work in this
county, will have a corn contest
among the demonstrators in the dem
onstraion farm work. Each demon
strator is requested to bring ten
ears of .corn taken fr:om his demon
stration farm. No only the demon
stators, but all the farmers of the
county are invited to be present ai
Congressman Lever and Mr. Wil
liams, in addition to their remarks
to the boys, will have something to
say of interest to the farmers, and
Mr. A. G. Smith, of the farm man
sgenient department in this 'State,
will also be present.
U. D. C. 00NIVNTION.
Delegates ::nd Guests Will Be Served
Lunch.-Eeception by Col and
All delegates and guests who take
part in the State Convention U. D.
C. will be served lunch at McCaugh
rn hall at one o'clock on Wednes
day and Thursday, December 1 and
2. Any hostess wishing to lunch with
her deiegate may do so by paying
fifty cents and notifying Mrs.- T. C.
Pool, chairman of lunch oomnittee,
not later than Friday, November 26.
Members of 'Drayton Rutherford
chapter anidi their -husbands, mem
bers of Calvin Croz,ier chapter and
their husbands, the director and as
sistant director and ,officers of D. A.
Digert 'ehayter, and' all' delegates
are cordially invited' to the reception
given by Col. and Mrs. George John
stone at their residence in College
street, Thursday. evening, December
2, at 8:30.
Visitors will be welcome to all-'ses
sions of the Convention both at the
court house and opera house.
-The children taking part in the
music are requested to be at the
opera house on Saturday afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock, and members of the
choir will please meet at the same
place at 4 o'clock.
By resolution of the Chapter.
Mamie E. Schumpert,
He Knew Better.
Mr. Budd-Life is full of contra-,
Mrs. Budd--And I say it isn it.
Birdsh of' a feather flock together
after they find it impossible to fly
vith those of more luxuriant plum
DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY
List of Delegates to The State Con
vention to be Held Next Week
Together With Hosts.
The State convention of the U. D.
C. will meet in Newberry next week,
bevg:ming November 30. and going
through December 3.
- The -Herald-and News pinted Tues
day a partial list of the delegates
from t. - vari6ns iapters - of 'the
State. In this connection is printed
the jist' of delegates. an&-horsts wit4
whom they wil stop during Vhe mneeti
As.:we *understand. it, the .sessions
of the convention are opei T6 the
public, and especially ai-e- all of otir
-people invited to attend the night
meetings at the opera -house. - The
business sessiolis of the convention
.will be held in the new court house
The following is the list of dele
gates afnd by whom entertained:
Mrs. L. T. Miller with Mrs. J. A.
Mrs. C. E. Gambrell with Mrs. E.
Mrs. R. T. Long with Miss Nora
Mr:. J. E. Breazeale with Mrs. E.
Mrs Grace Cochran with Mrs. Jno.
Miss Nelle Coehran with Mrs. JHo.
Miss Bessic Simpson with Mism
Miss Zenobia Welsh with Miss Car
b Mrs. J. T. M6Fall with.-Mrs. C. J.
Mrs. T. A. RateLiffe with Mrs. Guy
Mrs. M. E. Seigler with Mrs. C. E.
Miss A. Atkinson with Mrs. C. E
Miss Carrie M. Parrott with Mis.
Mrs. Sam Mobley with Mrs. Johr
Mrs. Fred Cullum with Mrs Jas.
Miss Pearl Lucas with Mrs. J. E
Mrs. P. MeD. Kennedy with .Mrs
L. M. Speers.
Mrs. W. D. Copelandi with Mrs
P. G. Ellisor.
Miss Theresa Davenport with Mrs
W. A. MeSwain.
.Mrs. E. E. Sill with Mrs. Henr3
Mrs. John Canty with Mrs. 0
MeR . Holmes.
Miss Leila Shannon with Mrs
Miss Emily Graham*twith Mrs. Jas
Mrs. Edward Guy with Mrs. J. H
Summer (at Hotel).,.
Miss Etta Powe with Mrs. J. E
Three delegates with Mrs. J. Ii
Mrs. Claude Giradeau with Mrs
W. H. Hunit. . ii rs
Mrs. J. W. Buneh wt r.L
Floyd (at Hotel).
Mrs. August Kohn with Mrs. T. C
~Miss I. D. Martin with Mrs. J. W
-Miss Alice Fearle with Mrs J. W
Mrs'. Redferri at Hotel.
Miss Lola Bell with Mrs. J. C
Mrs. W. H. Evans with Mrs. W. G.
Mrs. C. J. Milling with Mrs. W.
Miss Edna Dargan with Mrs. W
Mrs. J. Dl. Holstein avwith Mrs. J.
Mrs. C.. E. May with Mrs. George
Mrs. E. J. Bicrh with Mrs. Robt
Mrs. James Penny with Mrs. R.obt
Mrs. Mack, at Hotel.
Mrs. J. Walter Doar with Mrs. J.
M. Kina rd.
Mrs,E. MI. Doar with Msr. J. M,
Miss Nannie Beattv with Mrs, B
C. H. Cannon.
Miss Frances Pemberton with Mrs.
C. H. Catnon.
Mrs. Kate M. Connor with Mrs.
Mrs. R.- C. Sarratt with Mrs. W.
Mrs. Trapier Haynes with Mrs. 0..
Mrs. Joh-a MeSwain with Mrs. W.
Miss Vance Long with Miss Mary
C. Burton. -,
Mrs. Allison Lawton with Mrs
Jpes M cIntosh.,
Mrs. Saiidifer Bee with Mrs. W.
i Mrs. Peter -Epps with Mrs. J. W.
Mis-s Clara. Sawyer with Mrs. G.
.:Mrs. N. B. 'Eison with Miss Nora
Mrs. Ijaynes Webber with Miss
Mrs. J. L. MeWhirter witb Mrs.
I John Wicker.
Miss Helen St. Clair Scott with
Mrs. P. E. Scott.
Mrs. M. R. McCanidell with Wra.
Miss Miude Gregory with Miss
Mrs. R. B. Bell with Mrs. George
Mrs. W. .J. MQntgorery with Mrs.
S. B. Au-ll.
Miss Theodosia Jones with Mrs.
J. C. Goggans-.
Miss Mary McMicheal, at Hotel.
Miss Marion Salley with Miss Bow
Mrs. E. R. Paulling with Mrs. J.
Mrs. Joihn Cart with Mrs. J. H.
Mrs. R. L. Berry with Mrs. Ed
ward Hipp (at Hotel).
Mrs. G. Y. Hunter with Mrs. Henry
Miss. Lucy Fellers with Mrs. Hen
Miss Mary' Wall with Mrs. R. D.
Miss Martha Rivers with Mrs. R.
Miss Ruth Coleman with Mrs. R.
Mrs. T. B. Edwards with Mrs. P.
Mrs. J. R. Timm.- an with Mrs.
TP. .F. Baxter.
Missi Lucile Wise with Mrs. C. ft.
Mrs. J. Otey Reed with Mrs. J. Y.
McFa.. (at Hotel). ' -
Mrs. Leonidas ,Cain with Miss Ca
Miss Sadie Bates -with Miss Ca
Mrs. J. W. Simpson with Mrs. 0.
rs. Mar Burts witli Mrs. W. H.
Miss Armida Moses . with Mrs.
Mrs. J. M. Knight with Mrs. E.
Mrs. F. M. Farr with Mrs. 0. B.
*Mrs. V. E. Depass with Miss Min
Miss Isabelle Douglas with Mrs.
Mrs. M. G. White with Mrs. J.
Mrs. W. B. -Wylie with Mrs. J. L.
Mrs Juliar K. Campbell with'ira
T.' C.: Pool.
Mrs. Thomas W. Keitt witih Mrs.
S. . Wooten.
'irs'. J'. d. Davis with Mrs. P. G.
Mrs. L. M. Gasque with Mrs. 0. L.
Mrs. T.. H. Dreher with Mrs. E.
Mrs. M. J. Perry with Mrs. 0. L.
Mrs. Harriet P Lyneh with Miss
Mrs. C. 2. G'rahbam with Mrs. T. C.
Mrs. W. H. Fowler with Mrs. S.
Mrs. Lucy Thomipson with Mrs. E.
IMiss Mary Poppenheim with Mrs.
J. D. Davenport.
Mrs.. C. C. Featherstone with
M. . Z. 7Wlson.
Spcial Guesi of AeC
Sister Esther Carlotta
R. D. Wright.
Captain James S>ann w
Mr..Arthur Gaston with
Auction Sale -of Jewelry
...The auctiou .sale.'pf jiweI
iamon4...rirgs apd.:cut .
gua -at the AMtPiof balielk
liamson, .and the.attndano'e
very go6d...The ladies are
inyited to. ag il. -of
and the. waLurm1 a
-tunity for. ang.one .dW
or cut..glass; to see toe
(Corrected by Nat 6st
Good Middling 14 3-8.
Strict Middling 14 14
Middling 14 1-8
. (Korrected by 0. MeR. Holmes.)
Good Middling 14 3-8
Strict Middiing 14 1-4
Middlig - 14 1-8
Cotton Seed 42 cents.
h.PEUIAL huTW Eb.
I i,.ENT A WORD,
No advertisement taken4
ess than 25 cents.
SHINGLES for sale. Appy to Te.
lix A. Graham, Pmaria, S. C,
11-26-09-2t. - R F D. 1
FOR SALE-Hoine'iisea' Se4 Oa
Appler and- Red Riist Prodf,
Seed Wheat, Georgia Flint or BI
Straw. variety. For further infor
mation apply to
A. L. Coleiani
Silver Street, S. C.
R. F. D No 1
FOR REMT-A fIve or six horse
with a net. six room oo
All buildings in thoroui
Hay maeadow and psture
three mules and wagon -
One year with privilege
Willret par,t o all.f,
to the horse. Joh .
FINE NORFOLK OYSTERZsi
Tuesday, Friday and Saturdy~
4W cents a quart.
J. C. Sa16Aam
HIDES.-Highest price paid byWe
GET YOUR GLASSES from Dr. G.
W. Connior, a graduate of the larg~'
est optical college in the world-th~ i
Northern flinois College of ChaesK
go Dr. Connor. is located permaz
ently in Newberry. gives both' b
ob.iective and subjective tests b
electricity and guarantees hiswork>
MONEY~ TO WAAN.-At 5 p. e
on Real Estate. Easy pagnWnt W
will' buy you -ahome. ,
The Equitable Hone C4.
* F. M. GradyNAgsut.
Office over Dr. Van' Sjaith's pa
Store. Call or write.
FOE SALE.-Good large farin ip
for sale cheap. Good.c eendtp'
'Call at The J. L. Bo*le ..
1316 Mi y
KEAUT-KRAUT. The'~finest Isade.
In barrel, at WilsQn 's, Phone 202 ,
FOR SA LE--Three Miloi cowra with
SG. Henry Croner,
(olden Ruli Eneaiiipment No. 25,,
I. 0. 0. F,.il-eet at Klettyp>s
Hall the 4& ~ y niebt Tin each
month at & .B!~e
* biief Patri.ar4h.
W. G. Petrson .Sibe
FOE ENT torein -good IQeatiga;
bath rooms and?lightas
Mrs. .R. , Paysinger.
Tillman says, "Sweep out the BarnA
--Once a Yeear."
Moseley Bros.- .Cearance 'sale in
full blast, results surpass our ex-.
peetations. Fresh goods constantly
arriving. Thousands of -good bargains
most anyt:hing you want. We hoist
the Red Flag, Wednesday 24th, whielk
means prices cut deeper and deeper.
No letting up. goods must go. Store
crowded every day. Follow tihe