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Movements of Many People, New
berrian And Those Who Visit
Mr. F. R. IHuter has gone to Flor
l on a buiness trip.
Cpt. W. S. Langford attended the
o,eo Cola Bottlers' Convention in
Atlanta this week.
Miss Marceline Bradley, of Har
risburg, Va., is visiting Mrs. J. M.
Workman in Boundary street.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Nix, of Colum
im1s Ga., are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
)r. J. M. Johnson, son of our
:ownspeople, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
.6hnsoi. who is now assistant State
--hemist of Tennessee. located at
Nashville. was a guest of honor at
i banquet in Nashville in honor of
%elalld fl}ti, whe spoke on "Elec
Miss Emily Bird who has been the
ileeut tnLiographer in The Herald
i',d News ofice for the past four
ionths had to resign her position in
order tI have her eves treated and
ett on Monday to spend a couple of
weeks at Monetta with relatives be
-~ore returning to Greenville. She is
an efficient stenographer and her
work was entirely satisfactory in
this office. During her brief stay in
Newberry she made many friends
-who regret the necessity which caus
,d her to leave.
VArIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Don't forget to secure your ticket
:o "Winderland" at the opera house
' A meeting of the Bachelor Maids
will be held with the Misses Domi-!
nick on Tuesday afternoon at four"
If you do not receive your parer i
regularly please report it to the of
lee ar.d we will endeavor to have the
paper pro:nptly delivered.
The ladies aid society of the
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer<
vill meet at the residence of Mrs. C.
. Summer on Tuesday afternoon,
January 25, at 4 o'elock.
The Active Juniors of the First <
Baptist church will meet with Miss
-Lucy Wright Saturday afternoon at
3:~30 o 'clock. All members are ear
aestly urged to be present.
R. F. D. T. E. Wieker and R. F.i
D. Frank Devore make their roundsi
mu bicycles in fair and dry weather. :
i'his is a good thing for them andt
X ~ tor the mail receivers along threir I
Mrs. M. R. Hunter was taken se-'
Aously ill Wednesday night and is*
ai a fe eble con:dition, but her friends
hope that she may rally. Mrs. Hun
:er has been in ill health for sever
a! vear's and has suffered mu.ch.
The county teachers' association i
will meet at the court house tomor
row at 11 o 'clock. State Superin- a
:endent of Education will be present t
and address the teachers. It iss
hoped that every teacher in the n
c-ounty will be present. .
The regular services at St. Luke's
Episcopal church will ibe held by the
ie'etor, Rev. C. P. Parker, on next
Sunday morning at the usual hour
-.if eleven o'clock, and in the after-1
pioon at half past four. Hereafter ~
she- eveniing service will be in the
afternoon instead of at night.1
The fine and handsome new resi
decace being erected in Harrington
;treet under the supervision. of Mr.
'?. C. Davis for Mr. W. G. Mayes isi
1iearing completion, and will add
zreatly to the appearance of thei
neighborhood.- The district between e
East Harringt.an and East Johnstorte
*treets, 3ioi'g Ei-' Mhr anid inty-*
mediate points, has been built; up
wonderfully in the past six or eight~1
/ .Bethlehem Church.
There will be a meeting of the
-Joint Council of the Bethlehem pas
* orate, at Bethlehem ehureh, Tues- r
day, January 25, at 2 o'clock p. m. a
'Every member of the three councilst
~s requested to be present.
- R. H. Hipp.
The- regular service for the month g
of January will be held at Clayton 4
Memorial Univerglist huireh on 1
Sunday at 11 a. in., conducted by
hemn pastor, Rev. Dr. John S. Cook.
It is likely that services will also be
hiad in the evening. A cordial invi-t
tation is extended to the public to
attend any and all services of the
POST J., T. P. A.
)rganized at Newberry on Wedne:
day.-Pleasant 'bvening Spent.
Post J. of the Travelers Protec
re association of America was e.
:a,blished at Newberry Wednesda
aiight. The meeting was called i
)rder by State Presidenet J. C. Du
lam as chairman.
National Representative T.
Logan made a very instructive a<
iess as to the objects and work c
Speeches were also made by
W. Lillard, State Secretary at
Freasurer; J. E. Gentry, First Stal
resident of South Carolina and
After the addresses the office
Cor the Post here were elected f
E. M. Evans, President.
C. E. Summer, First Vice Pres
J. M. Ward, Second Vice Pres
E. A. Griffiu, Secretary and Trea
Motion was made and unanimou
[v carried to thank the Newberi
Hotel for courtesies extended.
After the melting adjourned a
yster supper was enjoyed. Speel
: were made by visiting and ne
The T. P. A. is an order organize
by commercial travelers for mutu.
protection, it carries insurauce f<
icidents of any kind and strives t
>romote 'the welfare of its membei
ind the commu-aity at large.
The membership as organized hei
s about 27 strong and is compose
f rpre$en4atWe merchante an
)usiness men. The membership i
imited to persons actually engage
n the merea-atile, jobbing busines
nills and traveling men.
Much interest has been manifesi
d in the organizing of the Post her
or the T. P. A. has done much t
mprove conditions of railroad tra%
J and comfort. Its influence o
eCeount of the large membership
reat and *its demands carry fore
)a account of the strength of th
PROVED TO BE A JOKE.
sheriff Buford Answers Hurry Cal
-Takes Policeman.-No One
Early Monday night while Shei
ff M. M. Buford was resting an
-eading in his room at home, he gc
i hone message to come at once t
he residencee of Mir. Antine Bus
mrdt. Tt was an urgent call-tw
en had been held up and one prot
bly killed by highway robber
heriif Buford. always quick an
ver ready. jumped into his every
ay clothes anid shoes as fast as .h
ver did in his life-maybe a litti
aster-as he called to his stable bo;
o hitch the horse to the buggy. Nex
mmediately getting hold of Polie
aan H. H. Franklin-who is himse]
.quick and ready officer-the dis
antee of about two miles the sheri:
ays it is, was made inside of tel
uinutes. They thought they ha<
omething to do as they knew M2
uzhardt to be a reliable manm an<
rould niot intentionally misrepresen
A min had come to Mr. Buzhardt'
ouse for protection: he was excite<
nd out of breath, and said highway
neuk had assanited him and a com
>anion:; that his companion ha,
een shot. To him the thing wa
eal anid Mr. Buzhardt did as any
ne else would have done, as h
oud not doubt the statement o
he frighten~ed man. But it turne<
ot that the young man had bee:
mpIosed upon-his companion wa
n to the joke, which was that som
rie6s from the Mollohon ii
~ould scare the said young mar
h'le companion of the young ma
laed his part well, and so did th
isuised friends; but it wasn't s
.wfully funny to the young man, ani
taturally seemed true to Mr. Bu2
As the distance was short and th
iolu early, Sheriff Buford, also re
aembering th'at he was once a bo;
.nd pranky, did not get offended a
ie joke which was innocenti;
>laved on him, but told them ifi
rad been thirteen or twenty-thre
ailes he would have been mad. J
roved one thing, however, our wide
~wake and alert sheriff can be &
ended upon to answer an emer
enemy call promptly in the face o
anger-and Howard Franklin wil
e ready to go with him.
"Public servants can be relied o:
nore than private ones.'
" They never quit.'*'-Clevelan<
iN HONOR or GEN. LEE.
Appropriate Exercises Held in Opera
.ouse.-sestowal of Crosses
The exercises at the opera house
f-dnadoy afternoon in memory of
y Lue biruildea Were not as largely
o attended as they should have been.
-!The celebiation of these anniversa
ries ought to be occasions to call to
3. gether large gatherings of our peo
f ICol. 0. L. Schumpert presided in
Ihis usual graceful style and easy
- .auner. To his right was a portrait
.d of General Lee, above the date, Jan
;e uary 19; to his left a portrait of
J General Jackson, above the date,
J(Aary 21. Flags were displayed.
sIa the absence of Mrs. J. A. Burton,
LS plresident of the Drayton Ruther
ford chapter, Mrs. 0. L. Schumpert,
tne only officer of the chapter pres
i- ent, had charge of the arrangements,
and was assisted by Mrs. D. A. Dick
ert and Mrs. W. G. Houseal.
The president of the D. A. Dickert
- chapter, Mrs. J. E. Norwood, was
:-ot Lpresent, and Miss Mary Burton
s- had charge of the children. The
program was happily rendered and
every feature received applause.
The exercises began with the sing
ing of "Dixie", to the waving of
flags, by the children, after which
there was a prayer by Rev. Dr. A.
d J. Bowers, followed by the reading
1 of the 90th Psalm by Prof. Gilbert
r Voigt. .
0 Next was the singing of the hymn,
"How firm a foundation,," by the
children,. led by Misses Louise Jones,
- Margaret Davis, Kitty Mayes, Car
olvn -Caldwell and Estelle Bowers,
with the chorus. Miss Margaret Bur
toil was pianist.
In lieu of an address by an ora
tor for the occasion, Prof. Voigt
read an. essay on Lee as the great
est American. It was, the prize es
say by an alumnus of Newberry col
lege, 1908, Mr. Virgil B. Sease, of
s After "The' Bonnie Blue Flag''
e was sung., Col. Schumpert neatly.
e presented Col. D A. Dickert to the
audience to read several extracts
from a speeeh of a North-ern man
Hensel-a fdrmer atborney gcneral
of Pennsylvania on the life and!
L. character of Robert E. Lee.-Th
greeting received by Col. Dickert
evidenced the esteem in which the
war-horse is held. He in.terspersed
- te reading by important remarks of
d his own. -
t At the close of the reading and
0 remarks by Col. Dickert, Dr. James
-Mcintosh read the rules relative to!
0 ihe erosses of honor, as it is custo
mary to read these rules before the
Ccrosses are bestowed.
The. attendance of veterans and
lineal descendants of veterans was
Cslim. J. A. Henderson >was present
e and received his cross; M. D. Har
mon, ofLexington, was present by
proxy in the person of his kinsman,1
Mr. John- W. Earhardt, to whom Mr.
SHarmon's crs was handed. The
other veterans entitled --to crosses
SThese of tihe lineadl dJeseendants.
of .veterans to whom crosses were
jbestowed are Mrs. Cora L. Ewart,
t descendant of W., S. Cannon; W. F.
Ewart, descendant of Dr. D. E.1
Ewart; W. A. McFall (given in his
absence to J. Y. McFall) descendant
of Capt. J. Y. McFall.
A Double Wedding.
* There was a double wedding at the
-residence of Mr. D. H. Stillwell in
e No. 6 township on. Wednesday after
noon at three o'clock. when his two
Sdaugh.ters becam~e brides.
i. s Mary Lee Stillwell was mar
eRuth Stillwell was married to Mr.
SWalter Longshore, the Rev. J. B.
e The Herald and News extends its
a best wishes to both the young cou
The Church of the Redeemer.
e (Rev. Edward Fulen1wider, Pastor.)
Services at the Lutheran Church
Sof the Redeemer next Sunday as fol
t 11 A. M. The Morning service with
Sa sermon by the pastor on the sub
Sject, " The Man Without a Chance.
7:30 P. M. Special services. The
subject of the sermon will be "Thej
Importance of Decision.'' This
fwill be the first of a series of eight
isermons on the ''Way of Salvation
Made Plain.'' The singing at thesej
special services will be led by a
large -ehoir. Questions of great im-'
a portance to every soul will be pro
Med and answered at each service
4 P. M. Sunday school meets.
a The public is cordially invited to
THE WAY or SALVATIoN.
Series of Sermons on This Importa
Subject at Lutheran Church of
Begii,lnino next Sunday evenir
the Rev. Edward Fulenwider wi
Ieliver a series of sertuons on "TI
Way of Salvation Made Plain." Th
is a very vital subject to every. soi
and no doubt th-e young pastor <
this chureh will have some got
thoughts to leave with you. A ne:
program announeing the services h
been issued from which the folloi
ing statement with the program
Beginning Sunday night, Januai
2.3, 1910, the pastor of the Luther
Church of the Redeemer will prea<
a series of eight plain, practie
sermons ou "The Way of Salv
ti.m." These sermons will be bast
t:. the lectures of Rev. S. P. Lon
of Mansfieli, Ohio, in his stroi
book -The Way Made Plai.'
A series of questions of gTeat i
terest and importance regarding S
vation will be proposed and answe
ed at each service.
All those who have not yet ma<
up their minds to join some Chri
tian Church will find these servic
interesting and helpful. The gre
aud fuudamental principles of Sz
vation will be plainly pres.ented, ai
in order to get the best results y(
should attend every service.
The singing at these special nigl
services will be led by a choir <
fifty or more male voices.
January 23.-" The Importane<
January 30.-"Jesus the On'
Way to Heaven.''
February 6.-"The Law Knov
No Other Way."
February 13.-"True Faith Knoq
No Other Way."'
February 20.-" Truef Prays
Knows No Other Way."
February 27.-' Holy Baptisi
Knows No Other Way."
March 6.-" True CoirAsi
Knows No Other Way."
March 13.-"The Lord's Supp
Knowt No Other Way."
-Dear Friend, life is short. It
high time for every~ soul to prepa
to meet God. You are requestedi
come and bring your friends .wit
"I was glad when they said unto m
Let us go into the house of ti
WHAT ABOUT REST ROOM.
Would Our Merchants Like to Pr
vide One?-It Is Easy If They
Editor Herald and News :-I has
a letter from a "County Farmer
asking where can be found the
"Rest Room," whieh was promise
to the county farmers when the
voted for the reteL.tion of the ol
Court House in the present site. 0u
correspondent states that farmei
are not pleased to see the rooms1
this building advertised for ren
when no effort is put forth to pri
vide what \vas promised t.he count
and which is a just right to them.
We think the farmer right in h
contention. A Rest Room is neede
badly in this town for the farmers
families, who often drive twent
miles, start before dawn and has
bad roads to 'travel, sometimes1
rain and storm, and no place to gt
a chair or the comfort of a firi
Merhants have no space for thel
or conveniences to offer, hotel priv
leges must be paid for, and it is
fact that Clinton, Pomaria and ot]
er stations are sought of late b
coun.ty folks who fo'rmerly did thei
trading in our town.
This we know and now if our me>
chants would bring trade here 14
tem advertise-a "Rest Room"i
the oli Court House, and let eae
and all help the cause by contribt
tion of a chair, or table or rocker (
a small erib for the little"grandsc
or wee g'randdaughter of an a]
The U. D. C. of the -Crozier (
Dickrt chapters will see it is in a1
der when needed, an dthis gracio11
act on t.heir part will~ be an objet
lesson to a cause that will never dit
in the hearts of every
Dr. Boyce Better.
Due West, Jan. 19.-The cond
tion of Dr. James Boyee, who wa
stricken with apoplexy Monda
night, is more hopeful. On accour
of his strong vitality he is holdin
his ownl. The doctors realize the
his condition is still critical. He ha
spent a very good day. All the men
es.of th a mily are at his bedsid
Death of Mr. 0. Mc. Holmes. C.
Mr. 0. MeR. Holmes died rather
Lt suddenly at his residence in this city
on Wednesday morning about 6:30
o'clock of heart disease. Mr. Holmes
had not been in robust health for
[g some, time but he was at his office on
11 Mouday in his usual health and seem
ie ed cheerful.
is Mr. Holmes is survived by his wife
il and three sons-Robert, a son by a
)f former marriage, Owen and Nichola.- H
>d He has one brother, R. L. Holmes,
it who lives in Wilmington, N. C., and
Is .two sisters, Mrs. Julia H. Harrison,
v- of Wilmington, N. C., and Mrs. W.
is G. Haughton, of Spartanburg.
Mr. Holmes was first married to
-y Miss Mamie McCaughrin, of Newber- r(
it ry, who died a good many years ago.
>f His present wife was Miss Schenek,
who survives him.
Mr. Holmes came to Newberry
)f about twenty-five years ago to en
go-age in the cotton business in which
ly he was actively engaged to the day
of his death and in which he was sue
cessful. He also identified himself
with all of the enterprises of the I
city and was a progressive citizen.
s He served as a trustee of the .ity.
schools and was director in a num
r her of enterprises, among them the
Newberry Cotton mill and the New- J Tj
n berry Savings bank. For a number
of years he was cotton buyer for the
n Newberry Cotton mill.
At the time of his death he was
r in the cotton business with his son
under the firm name 'of 0. Me?6-.
isBolmes and Son.
s He was a member of the Episcopal -
eo hurch, a Knight of Pythias, an Elk,
and took active int'erest in ~both or
He was a good citizen and will be L
e missed in this community. *He was
te 57 years old.
Funeral services were held yester
day in the Episcopal church at 12
o 'clock, conduced by Bishop Guerry,
assisted by Rev. Parker, rector of St. F4
y- Luke 's Episcopal church, and Rev.
Wilmot S. Holmes, a former reetc r
of St. Luke 's. The services were sol
emni and impressive. Beauitiful flor
al tributes were in the vestibule. Es
pecially handsome were two floral
off erings from the Elks 'and the
Knights of Pythias. F]
The Elks appointed a special es
cort composed of Messrs. Rob)t. Nor
ris and E. H. AulI to accompany the
rremains to Wilmington.
The remains were taken to Wil
'mmpgton for burial. 101
His family have the sympathy of -'
the e'ntire community..
.Death of Mr. James Stribble. -
Mr. James Stribble, - aged 23
*years, died in the Mollohon mill
village on Tuesday afternoon at 3
o 'eloek.. The remains were -sent to
Chapim Wednesday morning.
Deatbofan Infant- IG]
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Ruff was born 'Oc
tober 24th, 1909, and departed this'
a life January 11th, 1910. His lite
ybody was laid to rest in the. St.!
iPhillips cemetery. May the dear
t Marriage. -
SNa,wed-Ah, 'matrimony, my boy, st<
matrimony is an oasis in the desert dr
-of life. ha
nOld Grouch-Huh! A mirage- an
d Philadelphia Ree'ord. w
rSPECIAI. NOTICES. tic
I CENT A WORD.
t No advertisement taken foi
'ess than 25 cents.H
WANTED.-100 salesmem in south
ern states. Easy terms. Prices
i- right. Write to-day.
s Upson Nurseries,
y Yatesville, Ga.
t GREEN BONE for chiekens on short er'
.. L. M. Player & Co 's.
G. EARRTER & 00., Prosperity
have sold out to A. M. Crcss
All those indebted to the firm o
C. G. Barrier & Co., will pie
call and settle with S. J. Koh6 a
unce. All claims not settleed with
in thirty days will be sued on in
mediately after that time.
S. J. Koba.
DUSE AND LOT for sale,or reat.
A six-room house and one aud a
half acre lot in Orlenn street for
sale or rent. Apply to
R. J. Wat.
)R RENT OR SALE.-A six room
cottage in Helena with garden,
stables an a well. of good watiir.
Apply to M1Irs. Lottie Derriek,
1532 Caldwell Sireet,
Newberry, S. C.
[NG COTTON SEED.-I have a
limited supply of the latest im
proved for sale at one ($1.00)' 4l
lar per bushel, sacked 'and deliy
ered F. 0. B. ears at Jalapa, S. c-,
This seed is pure and was gineo
on my private gin. Will make. mere
cotton to the aere than any cot
planted ou rich or poor land.
W. C. Sligh, -
Newberry, R. F. D. 3,
3TEAY NOTICE.-Bay mare male
was taken up by me, weighing .
to 600 pounds. Owner *an go. by.
paying keep and this adveres
-J. MeD. Schumpt..
R RENT.-House and lot on Har
rington street, convenient to basi
ness. Apply -at this office.
LBLE BOARD.-The best the mar
ket affords. We have eeeured
services of Mr. Jas. Daebaar wi
the view of taking regular
ers. If you are looking for a
venient boarding place
with u. Our price will be
Jones' Restaura t.
!NN HAVEN bay Oysters on
shell. All meats and -gameof
seasoi ,served on short notiea
)R RENT.-Offices in old
house, formerly occupied byY6
bate Judge and Superintendes
H. C. Holloway,
Olerk of County Board.
NE NORFOLK OYSTERS every
Tuesday; Friday and Saturday
10 cents a quart.
i1-9t. - 3. C. Sa~ pe.
YT OUT the 4Typhoid geram.s
your drinking water, get it
the roek, pure and sparkIing..
havir2g you a well drilled, yeo~
off all surface water, thereby
ting it pure end sparkling. I
preparea for the business. See
or phone 275.
iT YOUR GLASSES from Dr.i
W. Connior, a graduate of the
est optical college iai the world-t
Northern Illinois College ofChe
go. Dr. Connor is located penn
ently in Newberry. gives both:
)bjective and stbjective tests
leetricity and guaran.tees his wori
In New Quarters.
Mrs. Emma Hair now occupieste
ireroom next door (east) to Ma
ilg store. She will be pleased
ve her friends continue theircl
d patronage at her niew sad
bere they will find the latest and
west goods in millinery and no-,
Soldeni Rule Encaapment No. 23,
0. 0. F., will meet at .Klettner 's
ill the 4th ~Monday night .in each
n'h at 8 o'e:oek.
C. G. Blease,
WV. G. Peterson, Sribe
Pulaski Lodge, No. 20, I. O. O. F.
1! meet Friday night, January 21,
Kiettner's Hall, at 8 p. m. Let er
C. G. Blesse,
W. G. Peterson. Noble Ors