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CROSSBS or HONOR.
'Those to be Bestowed Tomorro,.- Tv
Every Recipient Should Be
The Drayton Rutherford Chapter,
L. D. C., will bestow Crosses of Hon- ti:
or on Veterans tomorrow at the ar
opera house. The list is given below
and it is-tlesired that every one pl
named as entitled to a Cross will ,be th
present at the meeting tomorrow. L.
The following is the statement by it
the Chapter: in
Crosses of honor to be bestowed ti(
January 19th, 1910, by Drayton
Rutherford Chapter, 152 U. D. C., J.
upon the following Veterans. The lei
Chapter earnestly requests that all'
parties receiving these crosses will
be present, if 'possible, orn the 19th, t
at city opera house at 3:30 p. m.
List One. to
D. B. Counts. to
I. W. Griffin. T
J. A. Henderson.
M. D. Harmon.
P. H. Shealy.
J. L. *Slice.
C. M. Stuck.
List 2, According to Rule 1, See. 2, sa
Rule 1, Sec. 3. a
J. E* Brown, deceased, to J. E.
Brown, Jr., 'descendant. co
W. S. Cannon, deceased, to iCora to
L. Ewart, descendant. co
David E. Ewart, deceased, to Wm. W
F. Ewart, descendant. ni
James Y. MeFall, deceased, to Wm. co
A. McFall, descendant. se
PROFITS IN AOGS. fa
Mr. G. L. Sease Gives Figures Show- of
ing What 'Cau Be Done Raising
Hogs. - Q
Mr. G. L. Sease and his son, Mr. L. T1
H. Sease, who farm together, though
they do not farm in a lagge way, are I is
believers in the doctrine of growing an
on the farm what they need for the ph
farm. In other words, they are 4ot; ta
all cotton farmers. They turn other w4
things besides cotton into money, as
well as grow a sufficient amount for
their own use.
Mr. G. L. Sease has followed this
plan regularly since the close of the H
war, and also believes in raising hogs,
and this year, with the high price, of
meat, it has been. a profitable indus
During thbis fall he and his son, t'I
Mr. L. H. Sease, have butehered nine
hogs. They were between fifteen
ind eighteen months old. Mr. L. H. K
Sease butchered four weighing re
spectively, after killed, 433, 458, 461, -.
anid 460 pounds.
'Just one year ago Mr. G. L. Sease
purchased five hogs from Mr. J. R.G
Green weighing, respectively, 75, 90,
96, 96 and 100 pounds. When butch-e
ered they weighed, relpectively, 333 m
390, 427, 450 and 480 pounds. The
last four Mr. Sease kept .for his own 'F
use, the others, as wA11 as those Iis
butchered by his son, were 'sold at ay
good price and with a good profit. 'a
Mr. Sease says that from .the 450
pound hog he made fifteen gallons of p
lard, and that the sides weighed 90
pounds, the hams 70 pounds and the e
shoulders, 70 pounds. From the
four hogs which he kept for his ownp
use, he made a'total of 63 gallons of
There is 'no reason why our farm
ers should no,t raise all of their own'
meat, and at present prices it would
pay them to raise a sufficient quanti
ty to supply the people who live in'
town and who eaunos raise hogs.
The same thing may be sa.id of
.nules.* Mules are selling from three
to four hundred dollars each, and we
elieve that the farmers of this coun
ty could raise mules .at a profit at1
J. A. Minaugh.
The- name of Mimnaugh is associ-N
ated in this commtinity with that of ly
bargains and when he puts on one of st
his sales the people begin to stand
up and take notice and as soon as bi
the doors are flung open the people e.
begi.n to enter to get their share of 'ol
the bargains which are always to be "1
found at this emporium of the up
country. - He announces in this is
sue of Th'e HeA ald and News t.he big bi
January sale which is to go on at.
once. Don't fail to read w'hat he
says and then go down and tell him
you saw it in The Hera'ld and News.
He is one of -those mere'hants who
does what h-e advertises and that is
why it pays him to advertise. He I
an supply your every want.
Judge Dantzler to Hold Oourt.
Judge C. G. Dantzler has been ap- ub
pointed to hold the special term of '
court at Newberry on the fourteenth I
of February. Notice "of the drawing he
the jury is given. in this issue of The
Herald and News. Ini the order di- '-h
reet ing the sp ecial term it is provi a-n
ed that a two weeks term may be
held. It is dloubtfIul if there is busi
Movements of Many People. New
berrian And Those Who Visit
Mr. Eugene Boewrs, of Green
wood, spent Sunday in the city.
Mr. H. Pederson has taken up his
residential abode in. Helena.
Mr. Tom Wicker has returned from
a brief visit to Laurens.
Mrs. Fair Pifer returned last
week from a visit. to Charleston.
Mr. Ed. Riser, of Oklahoma, was
on a visit last week to his old home
Mr. Spearman Chalmers returned
Saturday night from a visit of sev
eral days at Little Mountain.
Mr. George T. Bryan. of Green
ville, representing the W. C. and A.
R. R.. was in Newberry last Friday.
Mr. Vance Irby, of Laurens, was
in the city Saturday. Laurens peo
ple know that Newberry is on the
map if the Advertiser doesn't.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gaillard, of
k vreenwood, were on a visit last week
to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Har
Clerk of Court John C. Goggarns,
Supervisor L. I. FeagIe and Coroner
W. E. Felker go to Columbia to-day
Mrs. Theo. Scarborough, of Sum
ter, has returned to her home from a
visit here to her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. E. C. Jones.
Hon. J. Willie Bowers, member of
the legislature from Greenwood coun
ty, spent Saturday and Sunday with
his broier, Dr. A. J. Bgwers at,
Misses Genevieve and. Camille
Evais lef t yesterday for Greenwood
to attend the marriage of Miss May
belle Saidery; which takes place to
Among the Newberrians who wit
nessed the performance of the "Mer
rv Widow" in Columbia Saturday
night were the following: Mayor
and Mrs. Cole L. Blease, Messrs. F.
H. Dominick, Robert Norris, Claude
Dominick,, Raymond ellers, Robert
Holmes, P. F. Gilder, Forrest Sum
mer, Geo. W. Summer, Jr., and Jas.
VABIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
* It sleeted a little about 3 a. m.
* Coaupty Treasurer Epps ig a busy
man these days.
* Think of "Alice in Wonderland''
- and make arrangements to go and
take the whole delighted family.
The infant daughter of Mr. J. W.
Robertson was buried at West End
eemetery Monday afternoon.
Thirty-five years isn. the same bus
ihess in the same town is a good ree
ord-Dr. W. E. Pelham at his drug
* Rev. C..1VL. Boyd, of Anderson, will
preach in the A. R. P. church, Sab
bath morning, January 30th, at elev
Persons dealing in blind tiger pro
ductions, whether sellers or buyers,
had best be .on.-the lookout if they
Mr. Jolm' M. Kinard, of Newberry,
was reelected president of the Alum
ni Association of the South Carolina
* Tniversity, at the neeting held in
C olumbia las-t week.
Some people kick at paying $1.50
to see a play at the Newberry opera
hiouse, but pay railroad fare and
other expenses to Columbia and
think nothing of it.
Massrs. Geo. S. Mower, F. N. Mar
-fn, E. C. -ones and H. L. Parr are
delegates from the Associate Re
formed Presbyterian church to the
Laymen's Missionary Conference to
be held in Columbia this week.
Master Henry Harird, the 11-year-'
*old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Mayer
Havird, of Silver Street, had his
arm broken last Thursday. Drs. W.
~E. Pelhiam, Jr., and Frank D. Mower
were called to minister to the relief
of the little sufferer.
The union meeting 'in the Lutheran
* hurch of the Redeemer on Sunday
night in the interest of the Laymen's
movement was largely attended and
insiring addresses were made by
Dr. -Geo. B. Cromer. Col. W. H. Hunt,
Mr. A. L. Gunter and President J.
Jess Rogers, eolored, ran over a
child on the sidewalk last Saturday.
for which he was senteniced in the
mruvor's court ou Mo.nday to Pav i
ine of $100 or linger for thirty days.
The aegregate tines in the mayor's
mlMonday morning amounted
to $190. .but doubtless some of the
entees will be paid in days.
MORE RURAL TELEPHONES.
io Lines Connected at Prosperity.
Another Soon to be Added-De
velopment of This Section
The farmer's telephone lines con
me to be built in this county,
,d especially in No. 9 Township.
Recently two lines have been com
eted and will be -connected with
e exchange at Prosperity. Mr.. B.
Miller has built one of them, and
furmishes service to the follow
g well-known farmers of that see
)n of the county.
J. Lindsay Bowers, A. H. Miller,
Cook, W. P. Long, and B. L. Mil
Mr. J. Wylie Long has also com
ted a line which connects with
e Prosperity exehange of the
uthern Bell and furnishes service
the following prosperous farmers
the Saluda river section of No. 9
I. J. Lowman, Pat W. Shealy, S.
. Wessinger, M. D. Derrick, J.
illie Long, and E. T. Young.
Another farmer's line in this
me community will be connected iu.
very short time.
The Southern Bell has a.ccepted a
ntract with Mr. L. L. Dominick
connect with Prosperity, and is
mpleting its part of the contract.
ithin a very short time Mr. Domi
ek will have his section of the line
mpleted, and w"hen it is put in
rvice it will furnish telephone fa
ities to -the following prosperous
rmers, some of whom live across
e steel bridge on the Saluda side
Ches. Minich, L. L. Dominick,
iince HendTix, A. P. Parrott,
iompson Sheely, and N. L. Black.
That whole section of the county
a.ow a net work of telepho'ne wires
d almost every farmer has a tele
ione in his residence and is thus in
1king distance of the outside
0OUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY.
ld Annual Meeting and Elqct Offi
cers.-Paper on Pneumonia
The regular annual meeting of
e Newberry (Qounty medical so
ty was held i'n Newberry on last
iday. Dr. J. M. Kibler presided.
1e following were present: J. M.
ibler, W. G. Houseal, J:8S. Whleeler,
I. Bedenbaugh, 0. B.' Mayer, T. H.
>pe, P. G. Ellesor, W. E. Peiham,
.A. Dunn, J. M. Sease and J. K.
Dr. W. E. Pelham read an inter
ting vdd instructive paper on the
The subject for discussion at the
ebruary meeting is pneu-nonia. This
a live subject at this season of the
~ar.. The physicians of the county
e taking an active interest in the
eiety and they find pleasure and
~ofit in these monthly gatherings.
The following officers were elect
President-J. S. Wheeler, of Pros
Vice President-W. E. Pelham, of
ewberry, . . -
Seretary and Treasurer-Fbank
.Mower, of Newberry..
The society .alternates bedween
ewberry and Prosperity in the hold
Lg of its monthly meetings.
THE DIF RENCE.
:r. S. M. Duncan Shows Difference
in Yield Under New Methods ,
Compared with Old.
S. -M. Duncan, ~special agent for
awberry county, has made his -year
report, of the Cooperative Demon
With the use of 2 1-2 loads sta
e marlure, and 352 1-2 pounds of
Lano, there was an average yield
1,115 1.2 pounds seed cotton.. On
a method 840 1-8 pounds.
With the use of 390 pounds of
Lano, .and 31-35 of~ a load of sta
e manure, there was an average of
2-3 bushels per aere. Old me'thed
Largest yield of corn 62 1-2 bush
Largest yield of cotton, 2,400
W. C.T. U.
The regular. monthly. meeting of
e W. C. *T. U. which was to have
en held with Mrs. Mary Wright on
ednesday afternoon of this week
s been postponied to Wednesday af
noon of neXt week 0o- account of
e eerc~ises to be held Wednesday
memr!v of General Lee. The
mbers of the W. C'. T. U. are re
ested to make note of the change
the regula-r dlate for the meeting.
Will Be Observed in Newberry.~
Exercises at the Opera House.
Gen. R. E. Lee's birthday being a
legal holiday in this State will be
observed in Newberry. The -daugh- j
ters of the Confederacy will have j
charge of the exercises which will be
held in the opera house. The banks
will be losed as well as the public
T-omorrow, Ja-nua.ry 19, is tha, 103rd
anniversary of the birth of this peer
less leader in war and good and
great eitzen in the private Walks of
life. It is right- that the people
should stop and impress upon :tha
children the lessons to be learned
from the life of such a man.
The following is the program which
has beon. arranged for the observance
of the day in Newberry:
Chorus-Dixie, by D. A. Dickert
children of Confederacy, sung while
Veterans, Sons and Daughters of
Veterans- march in. The Sons and
Daughters are requested to remain
stai ding until the Veterans are seat
Prayer, Rev. A. J. Bowers.
Scripture Lesson, 90th Psalm,
Rev. M. L. Banks.
Music, How firm a foundation.
Address, Speaker announced later.
Music, Bonnie Blue Flag.
Bestowal of Crosses.
,Benediction, Dr. A. J. Bowers.
The Drayto:n Ruhe4ford chapter
cordially invites the .president, fac
ulty and student body of Newberry
college, the superintendent, teachers
and pupils of graded schools, the
principal, teachers and pupils of
high school, -the members of John.-M.
Kinard camp a;d the public general
ly to be present at these exercises.
The Veterans of course will be ex
pected as guests of honor always.
Members of chapters are requested
to meet at monument at 3:15.
Mrs. J. A. Burton,
The medal offered annually by the
Drayton Kutherford chapter to the
city schools for proficiency in Con
federate history, will hereafter be
confined to the high school at the re
quest of the superintendent, Mr. W.
The chapter in this public way
calls the attention of the high school
to the requirements for this medal:
First. Subject for examination for
I1-The battles fought in South
-Carolina during the war between the
Seconad. Average 'not less ilhan.'75.
Third. Time-Last week in April
in order that examination papers be
in the hands of the Historical com
mittee ,not iater than May lat.
Folrth . Pupils must not sign
names, ,but some nom-de-plume to
papers put in - the hands of Hlistori
cal committee. Names -corresponding
to nom-de-plumes to be placed in
hands of Principal of high school.
.Mrs. J. A. Burton, President.
Mrs. 0. L. Schumupert, See'ty.
Mrs. J. E. Norwood, Ohair.
Historical Committee Drayton Ruth'
erford Chapter, 152, U3, D. C.
Caldwell and Ealtiwaager.
Galdwell and Haltiwanger asn
nounce in this issue of The Herald
and News a great white goods sale.
iThe ladies of this community know
what such an annoneement means.
Everything is way down i price and
-everything that these live and wide
awake young merchants .keep is first
class iin every respect. The faet is
the ladies have come to realize this'
as the store at w.hich to have their
wants satisfied and this is the op
portunity to buy white - goods at.
prices that please a-nd goods that
will give satisfactiion. R&i their
ad and 'visit their store and tell
them you saw it advertised in The
Herald and News.
. Tribute of Respect.
Adopted. by McCaughrin Rebekali
Lodge No. 9, I. 0. 0. F.
Whereas God in His allwise provi
d:onee has seen cause *a cali from
this life, our belove( brother, W. H.
Bowen, therefore be it,
'Resolved first, That we bow in
humble submission to the will of Him
who doeth all things well.
Second, That in the death of Bro.
Bowen, McCaughrin Rebekah Lodge
has lost a valuable member.
Third, That his family has lost a
kind, indulgent husband arid fatlzer,
anrd his .coun~try a good and patriotic
IFourth, That a page in our Mn
ute book -be inscribed to his memory.
Fifth, T-hat a copy of these reso
lutions he sent to the bereaved fain
ilv of Brother Boweu. and copies also
furnished the local papers for pub
intion. WV. G. Peterson,
"ALICE IN WONDEPJAND."
ihildren Are Selling Tickets Good
For Reserved Seats.-General
Sae Reserved Seats Opens
The civic association has placed a
iumrber of tickets to "Wonderland''
n the hands of the children for sale.
'Wonderland" will appear at the
>pera house on Friday night. . It will
>e presented by local talent and is
riven under the auspices of the civic
issociation and the money realized
vill be used for the good of the city.
[n other words it is for the public
veal that the play is being given.
The tickets which the children may
;ell can be exchanged for reserved
;eats at any time up to Friday af
ernoon or until the play begins. In
>ther words they are reserved seatl
:ickets. If you buy one today and
)o to the Newberry Hardware com
>any's store today you can have
,hoice of reserved seats as the sale
>f reserved seats will not be on, there
ill tomorrow. Even then tickets
;old by the children will be good for
The young people who are to take
>art in this play have been prac
:icing for a week and will give you
in ent,rtainmen.t worth your money
md in addition your presence will
mcourage the eivic association.
co RIAL BANK. -
Annual Meeting S4ockholders.-A
Healthy Institution.-Old Offi
The Commercial. Bank of Newberry
ield the annual meeting of s'tock
iolders on last Wednesday in their
)ank building. . Mr. F. Z. Wilson pre
ided and Mr. J. Y. MeFall acted a:s
The president, Mr. John M. Kin
ird, submitted -his annual report
whieh showed the bank in a most I
prosperous condition. The deposits
iad had a very happy and material
rowth during the past year. and the
urplus. account had developed a de
Aidedly vigorous growth. In fact the
urplus has outgrown the parent
-apital which is $50,000. This is one
Df the younger institutions of the
sounty but has shown remarkable
strength .from its infaneyj so to
speak. In facet it was . ' robust
child and the promise of its youth
ias been fulfilled as it waxes strong
:n its approach to its majority.
The following board of directors
was re-elected: L.' W. Floyd, Geo.
W. Summer, Z. F. Wright, W. H.
FRunt, Geo. S. Mower, A. J. Gibson,
J. H. West, 0. 'B Mayer, John* M.
The usual semi-annual dividend of
five per cent. on $50,000 was declar
ed and a 'snug sum added to the sur
The board held a meeting and re
elected the following officers:
President-John M. Itinard.
Vice President--O. B., Mayer,
Cashier-J. Y. MeFall.
First. Assistant Cashier-R. H.
Second Assistant Cashier-R. L.
At B'eth Edn.
There will be a mieeting of the
council of Beth Eden chureh next
Saturday at 10 o'elock a. m. Prepar
atory services to the celebration of
the Lord's Supper at 11 o'clock on
Saturday, and Holy Communion on
Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m.
The publio is invited to all the
servicees of the church.
J. D. Shealy,
In New Quarters.
Mrs. Emma Hair ptow occupies the
storeroom next door (east) 'to Mayes'4
:irug store. She will be ple~ased to
iave her friends continue their calls
ad patronage at her new stand,
where they .wil find the latest and
newest goods in - millinery and no
Pulaski Lodge, No. 20,1I. O.0. F.,
will meet Friday night, January 21,
n Kiettner's Hall, at 8 p. m. Let ev
ry member attend.
C. G1. Blease,
W.' G. Peterson, Noble Grand.
EONBY ON NEWBEREY EAL
If you wish to borrow $1,000 or
nore for twelve months or longer on
-eal estate in the City of Ne wberry,
all on or write to
Eugene S. Blease,
Attorney at Law,
Newberry, S. C.
%-#ENT A WOD.
qo advertisement taken foi
,ss tnan 25 cents.
IOUSE AND LOT for sale or rent.
A six-room house and one and a
half acre lot in Glenn street for
sale or rent. Apply to
R. J. Watts.
rR&EN BONE for chickens on short
L. M. Player & Co's.
MPROVED COTTON SEED for
sale. I have a limited amom* of
well selected seed, as foBows
Cleveland Big Boll. an abundani
yielder and drought resister; -
Brooks Favorite, an excellent fruft
er and very early, and is my fa
vorite of all the little seed vane-.
ties; also a- few bushels Toole?s
Prolific, and a few bushels o
the best Long Staple I ever saw
grown, an improvement of my
own. All at seventy-five- cents
J. L. Mayer,
Newberry, S.,C. Ronte1.
1-4-10-4t. lt,w. r
ING COTTON SEED.-I have
limited snpIly of the latest
proved for sale at one ($L00)
lar per bushel, sacked and deiv
ered F. 0. B. cars at Jalapa, S.
This seed is pure and was
on my private gin. Will make",
cotton to the acre tha. any
planted on rich or poor land.
Newberry, . . D.3
.STRAY WOTICE.-Bay mar
was taken up.by me, weighing--_
to 600 pounds. Owner- en ge
paying keep and this
FOR EENT.-House 'and lot
rington street, convenient to
ness. Apply at this flie.
L'ABLZ B0ARD.. hebest
ket 1affords. We 'have seure
services of Mr. Jas 'Dwen
the view of taking'zejua
ers. If you -are lookig for?
venient board-ing plade
with u. Our pieewl
[1YNN EAVBN bay Oysters'
.shell All meats and ga&ea
season served on short i
house, formerly oeedpied l
.bat Judge and Spitue
Clerk of (kwtyQ
PINB NOBF0Z$ OYSTEES.K
Tuesdae Friday. andStry
40 cents a qart.
DUT: OUT the Typhoid geram
your drinking water, get i<
the roek, pure and spaeMa~B
having yousa well drilled, you
off all surface water, therey'"
ting 'it pure. and sparkling ;1 %
prepared for the business. Sde
or phone 275.
I. A MDwI
EBT YOUR GLASSES from fs
W.~ Connor, a graduate of thed~r~ na
es4 optical college in the wori
14rthern Illinois College. of
g4. Dr. Connor' is located pei-.eai
ently in N'ewberry. gives both Ti
ob.iective and subjective tests b
electricity and guaranutees his wr,
Banks to 01os..
Notiee is hereby given 'thatW1
iesday, January 19, being ~
toliday, the undersigned banks
e -elosed. Persons 'doing ' busin ess
rith these banks will govern .thei
Newberry Savings Bank,
- Commereial Bank, -
Golden Rule Encampment No. 23,
.0. 0. F., will meet at Klettner s
[all the 4th Monday night in daeh
2onth at 8 o'clock.*
- C. G. Blease,
* Chief Patriarh
W. G. Peterson, Sribe