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Movements of Many People, New- -E
berrian And Those Who Visit
Mrs. M. D. Ferguson, of Laurens,
is visiting Mrs. Dr. P. G. Ellesor.
Mr. Ernest Summer, of Columbia,
spent Sunday at his old home in
Mr. Albert Feagle, of Norfolk, Va., p
spent the past several days in the f
Mr. R. H. Scruggs, of New York, t
auditor Southern Cotton Oil Co., is t
in the city.
Mrs. A. D. Hudson, of Silver t]
Street, is visiting her friend, Miss
Maud Langford. . it
Miss Fannie Ramage has returned n
from a visit to Mrs. Burr H. John- n
stone at Clemson. n
Master W. P. Oxner, of Clinton,
spent the week-end in the city with
Mr. Miltin Hirshberg, of the house f,
of Hirshberg, Holland & Co., paint
manufacturers, Baltimore, Md., was
in Newberry yesterday.
:Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Rutherford,
of Mt. Pleasant, spent a pleasant,
Satur1day and Sunday visit in the
Representative Godfrey Harmon:
ds quite ill at his hone in Prosper
ity, and therefore, unable to be in
his seat in the legislature.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
It snowed and sleeted for about
three hours and a half last Friday
night, but left no traces owing to
There will be a regular meeting of
the Calvin Crozier chapter U. D. C.,
at the home of Miss Adeline John
stone, Thursday afternoon at four
Dr. P. G. Ellesor has been confined
to his room by sickness for the past
ten days but is very much improved
and will be ablg to resume his prae
Dr. Twitchell, of 'the University of
South Carolina, will 'lecture at Pros
perity on Friday evening. He comes
under the invitation of the graded
Mrs. Fannie J. Fant, who had a
fall Ithe day after Ohristmas and se-'
veraly bruised her 'left ai, is im
proving, 'although she has not re
covered the use of the arm.
In Monday's city court M'ayor
Blease put the brakes on two plain a
drunks; ant he 'didn't tighten them t
-just turned them -to the $2 notch,
Quite a crowd of up-eomntry peo- N
ple came down on the morning South- t4
ern train last Saturday to shop here.: t]
We were glad to see them in town ti
and hope they will come again.
The latest ease before Mayor Blease L
*was a fighting bout between two co)
ored men. One of the men was ar
rested, while the other eaped. Theih
prison~er pleaded guilty and wasa
Mr. Wash Boazman, "Little Reb,'' n
who went through the eyelone at E
Ohappells some years ago, had the E
7risfortune to fraeture his. thigh a t]
short time ago. His home for mrany
years h*as b)een in Greenville. r
The .Rev. M. L. Banks will give a:.
talk to the children: of the L.. T. L
1on Friday aftdrnoon at four o'clock, ~
in the wooden building in the rear Ii
of the Boundary street school. The
public is cordially invited to attend.g
'A full attendance of the mvember's A
and oongregation of the First Bap
tist chrureh is desired at the church u
Wednesday evening at 7:30 to con
sider the Laymen's Missionary move- in
Ben Roland and John Miller,S
white,~ are in jail in Lexington
charged with firing into the resi
dence .of John Head at the Saxe
Gotha Mills on Saturday night. Sev
eral of Mr. Head's family were hit
with shots but none are seriously
* Laymen's Missionary Movemenit
The organization of the men of the N
congregation of Avel4igh Presbyte- ~
rian church into a permanent band ti
* in accordanCe with the spirit of the t]
laymen's missionary movement was h
effected Sunday with the following t
President, Mr. Alan Johanstone, i,
er.-, secretary and treasurer, Mr. R.
tA Smith, Jr. ; missionary committee
--essrsI. W. F. Ewart, Alan John- e
stone, Sr., W. E. Pelham, Sr., W. A. o
MeSwain, J. L. Bowles, W. H. r
Hardeman, R., D. Smith, Sr., J. F. e
JURORS FOR EXTRA T.RM.
Itra Term Common Pleas Court
Will Convene February 14,
With Judge 0. G. Dantz
The extra term of the court of
>mion pleas for Newberry county
hich has been ordered will be held
a the 14th of February with Judge
. G. Dantzler presiding. The order
roviding for this extra term calls
:r two weeks of common pleas
>urt and in accordance therewith
le jury commissioners will draw
,vo sets of jurors. The jurors for the
rst week were drawn last Friday.
There is scarcely a possibility that
1ere will be a sufficient amount of
iry business for one week, but if
is found that the jury will not be
eeded for the two weeks, of course
otice can be given that they .need
ot attend. If on the other hand it
ionild be found that the business
ill go through two weeks the ju
)rs thave been provided.
The following is the jury for the
A. J. Gibson,
J. L. Welling,
W. R. Koon,
E. L. Halfacre,
Geo. S. Enlow,
E. H. Leslie,
M. L. Connelly,
W. L. Buzhardt,
Jno. R. Gilliam,
I. B. Schumpert,
L. H. Senn,
J. T. Kinard,
C. E. Wheeler,
G. Fred Smith,
Z. F. Wright,
H. M. Miller,
J. H. Ringer,
L. E. Summer,
L. B. Schumpert,
S. W. Young,
P. D. Johnson,
J. M. Morris,
L. D. Abrams,
W. T. Brown,
A. L Aull,
J.W. C. Long,
Joe W. Alewine,
J. L. Thomas,
Jno. B. M.Cullb'nm
W. R. Schumpert,
C. H. Shannon.
r. 0. E. Kreps to Represent New-1
berry College.-Coatest Last
The following appeared in: the Ob-'
~rver of last Friday. The Herald
1'd News has requested th~e college
give whatever items of news it
:ight have and we would be pleased
ihandie them. The Herald and
ews has for twenty-fve years writ
m anid printed many .columns about1
te college. We will be gl'ad to con-)
nue to do so haut such items as these
re usuafly furnish!ekl both papers
V he city, but this was .furnished
We are pleased to learn, however,
ist the son of our old class mate
as been selected to go to Greenwood
ad we hope he will ,be amo~ng the
inners and if not a winner 'he will
at be the tail of the list. Mr.. C.
[ Kreps, son of the Rev. M. 0. J.
reps, has been selected to represeni
e college at the Greenwood meet.1
The following is the notice refer
The public is invited to attend the
reenwood Prelriinary cointest to be
~ld at the coillege on' F'riday night,
anuary 28th, At 8 o'clock. The pro
cam will 'be as follows:
Alan Johnstone, Jr.-'"Birth of
P. J. Bame-" Agricultural Ed-I
B. A. Lub-'"Lessons from Ger
H. B. Schaeffer-" Foresight in
. H. Krep-" Keeping 'the Trail.''
O. J. Shealy-'"Retracing Our
Newberry has never taken any
rize at these contests. Last yGar
ie oilege was represented by Alan.
J. A. Mimnnaugh.
Mr. Mim'naugh will leave for the
orthern markets in the next two
eeks. In th'e meantime he is pat
.ng on a sale tomorrow. to clean out
ie store preparatory to receiving
is big spring stock. Look out for
1e big dodger that will be placed
t your door.
The pension board of Newberry
unty will meet in the Auditor's
lce, Newberry, S. C., Monday, Feb
ary 7, 1910, at 11 a. m. All appli
ants for pensions be promptly on
ATHLETIS AT NEWBERRY. D
Much Interest in Relay Race Thurs- A
day.-Five Mile Run.-Exer
cises on Friday.
The Herald and News has hereto
fore published noti'ce of the -exer- w]
cises to be hel-4 at New,berry col- ye
lege incident to Founder's Day. The in
Founder's day is February 4, and a hi
full program of the liteiary exer- C]
cises- will appear Friday.
On Thursday a number of the ol
yoing men of the college will enter tv
a relay race. They have been in C]
training forseveral days and the race S
promises to be full of interest. The M
start will be made -about five miles D.
1from ithe city, befsween Prospe-ditjy
and Newberry, whicu is in the neigh
borhood of Colony -Lutheran church,
and will end at the public square.
Ten men will enter from each
class, and th-e winner will be pre
sented with a trophy upon his
reaching the mile stone in the public
square. It is expected that the ra
cers will reach thte public square
about 5:15 p. m.
On Friday afternoon field day
exercises will be held in the college
park with the following program:
One hundred yard dash.
One hundred and twenty yard
Standing high jump.
Running high jump.
Three legged race, etc.
Everyibody is invited to attend; M
these exercises at.'the college pirkith
and no admission will be charged. p
Pleasant Meet at Central. m:
The men of Central Methodist M
church desiring to -become better in- le.
formed as to missions and mission -aE
work, met together at an informal jW
banquet on last Thursday evening at a
7:30 o'clock at the church. Bi
The meeting opened with the'Ging- ju
ing of hymn No. 649. Then Mr. Jas. Of
F. Epting led in a chain of prayer,
followed by Rev. G. A. Wright,. Rev. M
M. L. Banks and others.
Rev. Mr. Banks, - pastor of Cen,
tral charei, read a Seripture lesson ti(
from Romans XII. Several of the I
guests responded to the reading of St
the lesson with valuable thoughts
After the rendition of this ia.rk as
of the prograin they were invited N'
into the Sunday Sehool room, where bu
they were served to an oysterosup- it~
'per by the 'ladies of the Misiona.ry so-p
iety, which each of them appreci
ated and enjoyed. th
At the closing of the supper Mr. P3
James F. Epting introduced M. J.
C. McMullen, of Louisville, Ky., a 'he
young man who is soon to sail for1
Hong Kong, China, to take up mis- ar
sionary work. lHe made a beautiful pa
and touching adidress. He came - in
place of Mr. A. C. Bridgeman, of a-a
Columbia, who was announced on the 'at
program, but w'ho was prevented
from attending' by 'unavoidable cir- h
Mr. Geo. C. Hodges, of Green- te:
wood, was then introduced and de- em
lighted diis hrearers with an appro- sy
priate address. 10o
A 'short ta'lk was made by Dr. Geo.
This closing the program each
went to his home feeling better able
to cope with the coming difficulties 00
of life. ,of
'WINS THE PRIZEB.'. se
Joseph L. Bowles Wins Fiftieen Dol- '1e
lar Prize Box of Candy.--Turns re
It to Bread.-Distbributes at
Among the Poor. is
Mr. Jos. L. Nowles, who 'has eharge th
of the ~advertising of the William 9
J. Oliver Plow Manufacturing Co., of 'Mb
Knoxville, Tenn., entered the Kern's ~
contest for the best article, includ
ing designs and coined words adF
phrases. The prize was a fiftee~n dol- i
lar box of canty. isV
The Knorville Sentinel says that I'
replies were received from all tne
surrounding States and that the de
signs and workmanship on the prize;0
articles were exceptionual. The first!0
prize of $15 was awarded to Mr. a
It so happened that a few days 'to
before t'he prizes were awarded that st
the associated charities had made anp
appeal for food and clothes for the.
poor. Mr. ~Bowles with characteris- N
ti liberality instead of taking the h
candy 'urned over to -the associated i
~harities fifteen dollars worth of a:!
bread for distribution among the t
worthy poor. Mr. Bowles is a son of H
our townsman, Mr. J. L. Bowles- et
Tuesday, 9:30. If you don't know te
what that means by this -time, look R1
aATH OF MR. H. C. MOSELEx
Good Man and Useful Citizen o:
this County.-Dies After Pro
Mr. H. C. Moseley, of Prosperi1ty,
io has been in failing health for E
ar or more died last Friday mo)rn
m at ten o'clock -at the home o:
3 daughter, Mrs. T. D. Copeland, ii
inton, S. C.
Mr. Moseley was sixty-four year
I and is survived by his widow
,o 1daughters, Mrs. Copeland, o.
inton, and Mrs. Dr. Geo. White, o:
Lvannah; one brother, Mr. W. A
oseley, and one sister, Mrs. Geo
Brown, of Prosperity.
For more than forty years Mr
..... ....... IX
oseley was actively identified wit]
e business and social life of Pros
rity, and was one of its most pro
essive and energetic citizens. Fo:
ny years the firm of Wheeler an1
seley was justly regarded as th
iding business firm of Prospeyity
d 'after the withdrawal of Mr
heeler the business was continue<
der the firm name of Mosele:
-others. From a small beginning
3t after the war it grew to be on(
the largest mercantile establish
mnts fi this part of the State, bul
r. Moseley was not only active ii
reantile business but he -took s
ely interest in matters of educa
n and in other enterprises cale.
ed to ibuild up thisd seetion of th;
It is due to his efforts more that
y other one that .the Co'lambia
~werry and Laurens railroad wa
it, and during the trying times o:
construction he was its aetivi
It was largely through 'his effort
at the People's National Bank a
osperity was organized .and *h
s -the efficient president until hi
He was also 'a Confederate veter
,being a member 'of .the Boy comn
ny from this county.
Mr. 'Moseley was a good 'eitizel
d a kind and indulgent husbana
father, and a true friend. .
The funeret service and buria'l wa
ld in Prosperity Saturday after
on at four o'clock 'and was at
aded by a large number of friend
.d relatives, who' have -the deepes
ipathy withl those whio suffer th
is sustained in his ideath.
Miss Isoline Wyche Safe.
The flood in Paris gave Represen
bive C. T. Wyche and his famil:
nsiderable uneasiness on aecoani
the fact that their daughter, Mis
dine Wyolhe, has beeni in Paris fo
eral months as a student. The;
are much relieved, however, os
it Friday when a oablegram wa
eeived from the American Conso]
e in Paris stating ithat Miss Wyeh~
perfectly safe. She is a studen
Soronne and was in no danger a
8 flood at Paris as her hotel No. 9;
levad street, St. -Michel, is ol
Ph ground and inaceessible to th
Another South 'Carolina girl, Mis
orrie Bates, of Orangeburg, room
.th Miss Wyche and of course s
C. C. Armstronig Killed.
C. C Armstrong, operative at th4
ympia mills in Columbia was sho
Ld instantly killed 'Friday' after
on by Aaron Powell, the -bookkeep
at the mill. The diffieulty seem
'have grown out of a misunder
nding between Armstrong ,an
>well in the settling of an account
Armstrong will be remembered il
wberry by the facet that in 1907
Swas operating at the Mollehol
ill as a "painless tooth extractor,'
id after hav-ing extracted eleve:
ethi for Mrs. Corrie Berry, she died
e was tried at Newberry on t.h
arge of murder but was aequitted
It is said he also 'extracted severa
eth for Mrs. Berry 's sister, Mis
ivers, and left 'her in an uncon
jou 'cndition, but she re'cevered.
ALL PERSONS are forbid to hire
harbor one John Motte Osb:r, m
son, as he is under age. Violators
of this notice will be ptosecuted to
full penalty of law. .
HAVE ADDED nice line of
and staple groceries. Pri
cheap as any. Will give P
service. Annie 0. R
Heraid and News Baig
Phone No. 84.
FOR RENT.-One five room
with nice garden., for rent in
na. Apply to
LYNN HAVEN bay Oysters <
shell. All meats and game
season served on short no
TABLE BOARD.-The best the
ket affords. We have sece
services of Mr. 'Jas. DuIbar
the view of taking re
ers. If you are looking for a
venient boarding - place co
with us. Our price will be
GREEN BONE for chiekens on short
L. M. Player & Co'.
FOR RENT.-Offiees in old Jourt
house, -formerly oeenpied by Pro
bate Judge and Su-perintende
'IE Ce. Holo a,,
Clerk of County:Boad.
FINE NORFOLK OYSTESevery
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday i".
4- ce;ts a quart.
HAVE ADDED niee lIre -of fans
2nd staple groceries. PiOMes
cheap as any. Wil give
servicoe. Annie 0. Ed,.
Herald and Nei+s Buildie~.~
Phone No. 84.
GET YOUR GT.ASumS from 1Dr.6
W. Connor, a graduate of the lai.-~
est optical college in the worl-ti 4
Northern IBliziois ,College of C1i
go. Dr. Conner-is located
ently in Newberry, give bth7th
objective and subjectiver tess~'
electricity and guaranitees I ok.
FOR RENT OR BALL.-A sa x'
cottage ini Helena wi?iz
stables and a well of good
Apply to Mrs. Lottie Degrick, M
/ 1532 CaldwellStreet
1-21-10-4t. Ne er,S0.
KING COTTON SEED.-I- have~
limited. sapplIy of the -latest
proved for sale at one ($1.00).
lar per bushel, sacked and &Il
ered F. 0. B. cars at Jalapa,.g
This seed is pure and w'as
on my private gin.6W1 makeda~
cotton to. the acre than ay
planted onriich orpoorand. ~
-Newbery R. F. D.
Golden Rule EncampmentNo23
1. 0. 0. F., will meet at' lt'~
Hail the 4th Monday iuight in' e
month at 8 o'clock.
W. G. Peterson, Sribe
IMP ED ,COTTON .flk& Eor
sales I have a limnted amount of
well selected seed, as foBo
Cleveland Big Boll, an abundag Y
yielder -and drought resister;
Brooks Favorite, an excellent frpia
er and vrearly, andis myJl
vorite of all the little seed varie
ties; also a few bushels Tooai
Prolific, and a few:2 bushels o
the best Long Staple L ever saar
grown, .an imprQvement of d-y
own. All at seventy-five cents
J. L. Mayer,
Newh)erry, S. C., Route 2.
MONEY ON NEWBEEY REAL
If you wish to borrow $1,000 or
more for twelve months or longer on
real estate in the City of Newberry,
call on or write to
1Eugene S. Blease,
Attornrey at Law,
Newberry, S. C.
Will Meet in Newberry in ApriL
Getting Ready for Their
The State convention of the South
Carolina Baraca-Philathea union
will meet in Newberry on Friday,
Saturday and Sunday, April 8, 9,
and 10. The local organization will
hold a meeting in the chamber of
commerce this evening at eight
o'elockfl, to which meeting repre
sentatives from all adult Bible elav
es of all denominations in the eity
are cordially invited to be present.
It is desired, at this meeting to
have committees appointed to take
into consideration arrangements for
the reception and entertainment of
the State convention. The coopera
tion of all adult Bible classes is
asked in making this arrangement.
It is desired of the .local organiza
tion. to make this State convention
one of the best that has eve* been
held, and in this effort they will have
not only the cooperation of the adult
Bible classes of the city but of all of
our citizens generally.
Maj. Marion Moise Kills Himself.
Major Marion Moise, a leading
lawyer and financier of Sumter,
killed -himself with a colt revolver in
his office at Sumter Sunday after
noon. No cause can be given for this
A short time ago his handsome
home was destroyed by fire and he
had been in a very nervous condi
tion for some time.
Pulaski Lodge, No. 20, 1 O. 0. F.,
will meet Friday night, February 4,
in Klettner's Hall, .t 8 p. m.. Let ev
ery member attend.
C. G. Blease,
W. G. Peterson, Noble Grand.
(Corrected by Nat .Gist.)
- ood Middling 14 1-2
Strict Middling 14 3-8
L Middling. 14 1-4
- (Corrected by Robt. MCC. Holme*.)
- Good Middling 14 1-2
Strict Middling 14 3-8
Middling 14 1-4
Cotton seed 45 cents.
1 CENT A WORD.
No advertisement taken foi
ess than 25 cents.
T~O THE PUBLIC.-11ake notice we
.now 'have Fresh Meal and Hulls
-. for sale. 'Come and get enough to'
.last you 'throuigh the summer.
. J. H. Wicker, Mgr.
FEE' FREE! Every person corn
Sing in my stare on Saturday, Feb
ruary 5th, will have the privilege
-of selecting 6 eomic Post Cards
tMayes' Book Store.
PHONE NO. 61. Wells' Transfer for
heavy or light hauling. Prompt
service. Residence ph~one No. 7.
WANTIED.-15 to 20 shares of Ex
e hange Bank stoek.
J. A. Buj on.
TURBAN Hair Pins, 10) cents.
Mayes' Book Store.
E"WE WH1L Buy You a Home."
-Easy payments at Five Per Cent.
Equitable Home Company.
~Call or wri'te
'Newberry C0o. Agency,
At the Summers' Place, Helena.
'HAVE ADDED nice line of fancy
and staple groceries. Prices as
cheap as any. Will give prompt
Iservi-ee. .' Annie 0. RufE,.
Herald and New~s Building.
-LOST.-Lady 's dou.ble c ase gold
watch between G. J. Jones' store
and Jacobs' stable. Reward if re
Cannon G. Blease.
1~ CUT OUT the Typhoid germs from
yordrinking water, get it from
1the rock, puire and sparkling. By
.having you a well d.rilled, you eut
Soff all surface water, thereby get
.ting it pure and sparkling. I am
1 prepared for the.business. See me
Sor phone 275.
I. A. MeDowell.