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Movements of Many People, New
berrian And Those Who Visit
Prof. S. J. Derrick will spend Eas
ter in Lexington county.
Mr. John W. Scott, of Whitmire,
was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Frank R. Higgins is conduct.
ing another large sale in Winnsboro
Mr. Henry White, of Spartanburg
was in' the city Wednesday.
Mr. Harry Franklin, of Lynchburg
Va., spent Wednesday in Newberry
Mrs. Susan E. Eddy, of Jalapa, i
visiting her son, Mr. W. H. Eddy.
Mr. 0. G. Donny, of Columibia, wa.
in the city last week.
Mrs. Netta .Deytens Jones, o:
Samter, is visiting Miss Blanche Da
Coroner W. E. Falker will spen
Easter with his sister, Mrs. J. W
Saber in the Whitmire section.
Mrs. 0. B. Mayer and ohildren wil
spend Easter with relatives at Lau
Mr. Reid Boyleston has returnec
from a visit to his former home al
Master W. B. Oxner goes up tc
Clinton today to spend Easter witb
Iis mother and brother.
Miss Effie Grifin will spend Eas
ter with her sister, Miss Lizzie Grif
in,at Cross Hill
Mrs. R. G. Smith, of Kinards,
,spent Tuesday with her sister, Mrs.
G. L. Epps.
Ex-M-ayor Julius J. Langford left
Tuesday for a business and pleasure
.trip to Texas.
Dr. L. C. Fuller, another drum
.mer, from Laurens, was in the city
.yesterday. Laurens furnishes some
Ene fellow travelers.
Mrs. John C. Goggas, of New
berry was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
. W. Willis during the past week.
-Laarens Advertiser, 23rd.
Mrs. Joseph Mann will lav' Sun
day for Spartanburg to visit her
da.ughter, Mrs. Price, and her sister,
Mrs. Sehwartzburg, in Asheville.
Mrs . J. Fleming Brown ihas re
touned to her home in Spartanburg,
aftr a few days' stay with her
.brother, Mr. J. R. Scurry.
M~r. John Henry Chappell and Mrs.
TH. A. Pittard left yesferday for
Chester where they instituted, last
night, a degree council of Pocahon
MiTsses Annie and Roberta Mar.n,
'the attractive sisters of Mrs. Harry
Price, returned to their home in
Newberry yesterday. -~Spartanburg
Miss Lila Summer will spend Eas
t7er with her sister, Miss Verna, and
MNiss Lizzie McCracken with- her
sister, Miss Pearl, at Elizabet'h col
Mrs. Charles D'Oyley, of Green
ville, is visiting r.elatives and friends
here. She is a prominent native of
..ewherry and has a large eircle of
.finds and relatives who are glad to
Misses Ellen Paysingei- and Ethel
.TBoozer, of the S&nyrna section, and
Miss Mary Wheeler, of Prosperity,
spent last Friday night and Satur
.1ay wh Miss Sudie Dennis.
MIr. P. B. Beard was in the city
Wednesday. Mr. Beard is a prom
inent mason and is chairman of the
board of commissioners of SaIis
bury, N. C. He represents the Crown
Cork and Seal Co., of Baltimore, in
Mr. J. R. Fair, traveling for the
Model Mill Co., of Johnson City,
Tenn., who ihas been eirculating in
?Ime township during the past sev
-erdl diays, left yesterday on another
..of Jds Len days' strips over parts of
~the teMiory he covers.
\isses Pauline Gilder and Gene
wvisve Evans leave Monday for New
'York to pursue their music studies,
:the atter under Mr. David and the
.2irme~r under the celebrated Hunga
zrian .musician and teacher, Josephy,
Nor voice culture and Saenger in in
M1r. andI Mrs. .J. S. S. Remsen,
afteir :an extended and pleasant visit
to Mrs. Reamsen's brother, Dr. C. D.
Weeks and mother, Mrs. Julia Weeks,
left Wednesday for their home,
Long Island, New York. Their lit
tie son, James, continues his vist
VARJOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mimnaugh has another new elerk,
M~iss Iva Counts, of Union.
Thtne+ Iatalian rye is makingi
lawns beautiful these pleasant days".
,Act today as though you remember
that it is Good Friday. Remember
the day to keep it holy.
For ,he sake of many it is to be
hoped that Sunday next will be a
Principal Reawic4 Carlilse has
closed his school at Allison, Fior
ence county, and returned home.
Preaching at Colony first Sunday
in April instead of on Easter San
day, by Rev. A. J. Bowers.
The next large and important
gatherikg in Newberry after the
B-P Convention will be the Epworth
League State convention in June.
The Southern Power company 1i
surveying a line from the Catawba
river to Newberry, to convey power
from th-e river to this city.
The Central House recently va
cated by Mr. J. C. Adams is being
moved into by Mr. J. A. Wright, who
will run it as a boarding house.
Prof. Gilbert P. Voigt will spend
Easter in Charlotte, visiting his sis
ters, students of Elizabeth college,
and President C. B. King of the col
There will be Easter services at
St. Lake's Episcopal church Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock and in the
evening at 6 o'clock for the chil
Constable T. G. Williams has ar
rested four more negroes implicated
in the gambling mentioned last week.
Each paid his fine of $10.40; which!
makes in -all the neat little sum of
There will be Good Friday service
this morning at ten o'clock at St.
Luke's Fpiscopal ehureh. A cordial
invitation is extended the public to
There will be preaching at Silver
Street Lutheram church by the pastor,
Rev. S. P. Koon, next Sunday after
noon at 3.30 o'clock. The sacrament
of the Lord's supper will be adminis
Bear in mind the Easter egg hunt
I Easter Monday in the yard of Miss
Faanie Ramage, by the Sunday
I school of-St. LuAles Erpiscopal
church. Pleaan~re is in store for all
whLo may go and it is to be had at
ten cents a head. Ice cream will ,be
sold at the hunt. Go at half past
iTao the St. Louis, Mo., Interstate
Grocer of thre 12th inst. mention is
made of Mr. N. L. Baxter, secretary,
of the Springfield, Ill., Retail Grocers')
association. He is a brother of Al
derman P. F. Baxter, of this city.
Mr. N. L. Baxter has been in fllionis!
State :thirty-eight years, the last ten
of which as a retail grocer in Spring
Columbus Derrick, colored, against
whom the grand jury this week found
an indictment charging murder, was
arrested on Monday night. The cor
oner's jury found that the man he
Iis charged with having killed, com
itted suicide, but the grand jury
made a different finding. Messrs.
Blease and Dominick applied for
bail, which was granted 1by Special.
Judge Caldwell in the sum of $1,500.
Theodore Wheeler, one of the ne
groes charged with nurder in the
killing of another negro, Peyton
Rawl, in the lower part of the coun
ty some time ago pleaded guilty to
manslaughter in .the sessions court
on. Monday afternoon and was sen
tenced to serve three years. John
Wheeler, the other negro charged .
with the killing, has not yet ibeen cap
tured. Dave Bridges, colored, plead
ed guilty to selling liquor and was
sentenced to serve three months or
to pay $100, two months of the sen
tence being suspended during good
NEW BRIOK DEBPOT.
C., N. & L. Relacing Burned Depot
ate Little Mountain with Modern
President W. G. Childs, of the Co
lumbia, Newberry and Laurens rail
Iroad, is having built at Little Moun
tain a handsome brick depot to re
place the wooden structure which
was destroyed by fire some time ago.
The new depot is being constructed
along modern lines, and will be con
siderably larger than the old depot.
President Childs was at .Little
Mountain on Wednesday afternoon
inspeting the work. He says the
depot which he is snow building will
be one that will not be easy to burn.
Married at the home of the bride's
father, on the 20th of March, 1910,
by Rev. J. D. Bowles, Mr. J. A. Todd
and Miss Mamie I. Ramage, the for
mer of Laurens county, the latter of
Cronnaa Greenwood coniv. S. C.
Mr. J. D. Davenport Meeting with
Gratifying Success in Organiz
ing a Farmers' Bank.
MIr. J. D. Davenport, who last
week vo1Lntaiily resigned as presi
dent of the Exchange bank of New
berry, is organizing a Farmers' bank.
He began,work on this on Monday
morning of this week, and had se
cured up to yesterday morning about
$35,000 of the capital stock. He pro
poses to capitalize the bank at $50,
000 and desires that the stockhold
ers should be mainly the farmers of
As stated before, Mr. Davenport
organized the Exchange banl and
was its president until he voluntarily
retired last wedk. Mr. Davenport
is ain energetic young business man
of the community, and there is lit
tle doubt that he will, have the cap
ital stoek of the Farmers' bank all
taken within the next few days.
It is understood- that the first in
stallment* of twenty per cent. will
be called in and the organization ef
fected by the first of June, and that
the other installments will be called
daring the fall. It is desired to
have the bank ready for business
with the opening of the fall trade.
Mr. Davenport said, in speaking
of the matter, that he had seeured
the option of two or three places for
a location, but of course nothing
definite along that line had yet been
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The sewing club was entertained
by Miss Sara Robinson on Wednes
Rabbits were drawn on cards, with
blank faces, and each guest was
requested to draw the face of a ra4b
bit,, and Easter post cards which
were cut up were properly placed to
There was also a word puzzle,
words being left blank to be filled in.
Mrs. J. L. Welling, Miss Maude
Langford and Mrs. W. C. Sehenck
ut for the first prize, and it was
won by Mrs. Sehenek-a butterfly
apron in a basket decorated with
hiken3. Miss Helen Goggans won
'the -booby prize-a box of Euyler's
candy in the shape of a rabbit.
The guests were: Misses Cora and
Elizabeth Dominick, Mrs. R. H.
Wright, Mrs. W. C. Sehenek, Miss
Maude Langford, Miss Heleni Gog
gans, Miss Carrie Lou Connor, Mrs.
J. L Welling, Miss Mary C. Bur
ton and Miss Lenore Broaddus.
The Words of St. Paul-Not of This
Editor Herald and News: The'Ob
''A petition has. been cireulated
among Methodist women in Newber
ry asking the general conference
which meets in Asheville, N. C., in
May to give the women 'equal rights'
with the men in the church. It is
not stated how many sign'ers it got
here-probably not many?''
Why ? Maybe the Methodist wo
men in Newberry believe that the
Apostle Paul in his first epistle to
the Corinthians was right when he
said (14:34-35): ''Let your women
keep silence in the churches: for it
is not permitted nto them to speak;
but they are commanded to be un
der obedience, as also saith the law.
And if they will learn anything, let
them ask their husbands at home: for
it is a shame for women to speak in
WANTED.-A young lady or young
man to do office work. A steno
grapher preferred. Apply at
The Herald and News Office.
''Do you know, Imogen, your hair
reminds me of Syracuse?"'
''Because it 's so near Auburn.'
Home Comers and Visitors .to Spend
Easter in Newberry and
The following are among the home
returners and visitors who have ar
rived, or are yet to arrive, at New
berry for the Easter season:
Misses Clara Reighley, Weeter Sum
mer, Nellie Fridy, Sara . Merchant,
from the Columbia College.
Prof. Waldo A. Rikard, principal
Miss Mazie Dominick, teacher of
music and organist A. R. P. church
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Stork and
children, Zrom Columbia, visiting
Mrs. Stork's sister, Mrs. Al. W.
31iss Eunice Smith, Honea Path,
visiting Misses Lillie and Nannie
Miss Myrtle Dennis, teacher Rea
Rev. C. P. Parker, from Laurens,
guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. Fair Pifer.
Miss Bertha Jacobs, teacher Cross
Mrs. Minnie Merchant and little
son, Ernest, from Jalapa, with her
sister-in-law, Mrs. P. C.. Gaillard.
Misses Rosa Redd. and Charlotte
McLaughlin, from Greenville Female
college, visiting Miss Carrie Belle
Miss Mary Frances Pool, from
Miss Marjorie Hayes, from Lan
der Female College, Greenwood.
iMr. and Mrs. T. Lake Cely, from
Greenville, visiting Mrs. Caly's sis
ter, Mrs. J. Douglass Davenport.
Mrs. M. B. Cofield, Columbia col
lege, with Mrs. S. B. Jones.
Miss Raby Summer, from >College
I for Women, , Columbia, accompanied
I.by Misses Elizabeth Joseph and
Aline Graham, of Columbia.
Mrs. W. W. Daniel, from Colum
bia, guest of Mrs. S. J. Wooten..
Miss Minnie Gee, from Union,
Gilbert Summer, from the Porter
Military Academy, Charleston.
One Cent a Word- No ad
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
CALL ON Annie Ruff for Fresh
Bread today, from Gielfuss Bakery.
IFOR HOUSE CLEANING-Liquid
Veneer, Furniture Polish, Floor Fix
Floor Stain. These are all the best.
The J. L. Bowles Co.
I HAVE FOR SALE a limited
amount of cotton seed-latest im
p'roved Mortgage Lifter, big boll
variety-at 90 cents a bushel
L. B. Schumpert,
Prosperity, S. C.,
R. F. D. No. 3.
FRESH RYE BREAD today from
Ithe Gielfuss Bakery.
I HAVE for sale about 200 bushes
of cotton seed--Toole's Prolific
and Truit varieties-which have
been~ carefully selected for plant
H. H. Rikard.
IMPROVED OOTTlON SEED for
sale. I have a limited amount of
,well seleseted seed, as follows,
Cleveland Big Boll, an aburndanbt
yielder and droughit reister;
B,rooks Favorite, an exeellent
fruiter and very early, and is my1
favorite of all the little seed va
rieties; also a faw bushels of
Toole 's Prolific, and a few bush
els of the best Long Staple I ever
saw grown, an im.proveiment of my
own. All at seventy five cents
J. L. Mayer,
Newberry, S. C., Route 2.
ALL GRADES LEATHER. -High
est to lowest always on hand.
IPrices for repairs regulated ac
cording to material and work re
quired by customer. Always as
cheap a;s any for same class of
work and materiaL. Give us a triaL
All persons holding eWaim against
the estate of 0. M:eR. Holmes, de
ceased, are hereby required to ren
der to the undersigned statement of
their demands duly attested as re
quired by law.
R. McC. Holmes,
GRAND JURY'S PRESENTMENT.
Repairs and Improvements to County
Jail Recommended.-The Pub
I To His Honor Judge J. F. J. Cald
We, the grand jury for Newberr3
county for the year 1910, beg to re
port that we have considered al
bills handed to us by the Solicitor
and 'have reported our findings or
same to the court.
Commit4ees ha.ve been appointedi
from our body to visit and inspaci
Ithe condition and conduct of publi(
offices of the county and of th
county home, who shall report at the
rnext meeting of the court their find
ings in .same.
We have visited the jail as a
body, and find that there is pressing
need of the following additions and
1st. Steel cells in place of tht
wooden ones now in existence.
2nd. New guttering and drain pipe
3rd. New sash to replace the ones
now almost rotten.
4th. The retaining walls in both
front and rear of building to be re
5th. The roof and boxing on build
ing be repaired and the '"baluster.
leading from the lower to the second
story to be repainted.
We feel that these alterations and
improvements are essential for thi
safe keeping and health of prisoners,
as well as the preservation of the
It is reported to us that the public
highway ont the road leading from
the residence of John C. Neel to Po
maria, at or near the place known lo
cally as "Epps hill," is in an al
most impassable condit.on. The road
leading from Newberry to Jalapa at
''Gum Spring," is also in need of
immediate attention, and we recom
mend that the supervisor-whom we
wish to especially commend for the
nature and amount of permanent
work and improvements already ef
feeted under his administration-to
entforce, impartially, the law in re
gard to the stoppage of side drains
on the public highways with brush,
dirt, or in any other manner, and
would e11 his attention especially
to the ''Soney 3Battery'' road near
the Waldrop place.
We recomimend the use of ''road
drags'' sneh as hwas used on the road
from Prosperity .to the steel bridge,
wherever it is found to be expedient.
We again recommend that the su
pervisor be instructed to purchase
for The use of the county two blood
hounds, and that said' blood 'houids
be placed in charge of the 'head guard
of the chain gang for safe keeping
and necessary parotice.
We recommend that th~e usual fee
be paid our clerk.
W. H. Shelley,
For Highway Robbery, Etc.
tAbout the 9th of March Jake Kin
ard, colored, was robbed near Vaugh
anvillie of $24.10, and a pocket knife.
Shariff Bu-ford gave word to the
citizens of that community to watch
for the highwayman. Parties were
on the lookout and sent word to the
sheriff that the way was open. He
went and spent- the whole of Wed
nesday in the neighborhood, secur
ing strong evidence against two sus
peted negroes, arresting and jail
ing tham-Olin Hentz and Walter
eak,eh~carged with highway rob
bery, assault and battery and carry
ing concealed weapons..
'Offcr T. P. Adams Kills a Dog.
Some people, who sa.w Policeman
T. P. .Adams get a shot gun Tuesday
and take a. hack thought something
was doing. It came about in this
way: Balaam Sims, a colored dray
man, was passing a negro house
Tesday morning when out runs the
negro's dog and bites at Balaam's
horse. As Balaam thought somet'hing
to be tihe matter with the dog he re
ported the fact to Officer Adams, who
got a gun and went to see for himnself
how it was that the said dog tried
to stop Balaa.m's steed.
To cut it short, Mr. Adams shot
the dog dead. He didn't know what
ailed the dog, only that ,it acted
The Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edward Fulenwider, Pastor.)
There will be special Easter ser
vices at the Lutheran CThurch of the
Redeemar as follows:
11 A. M. The morning service. Re
eption of members. Holy Commun
ion. There will ibe good music.
8 P. M. Easter Song Service.
Sunday school will meet at 4 P. M.
A cordial invitation to all services
is extende the pnnhic
FOR SAT1-A good Upright piano.
(Has been iia use twelve months
and is in good condition. Will
take $125 for it.
W. C. Kelley.
FARMERS-We have the best guano
distributor on the market, ankI at
very low priee. Phase aR and
3-22-3t. Parcell & Scott.
J. B. WALTON has Mil' Early
Wonder, Crimson Cushion, Pondo
rosa, Mills Prize and Maule Suc
cess tomato plants for sale. Call
at Newberry Hardware Co.
FOR RENT.-One six room house in
Helena and one four room house
conveniently located on Friend
street. Apply to
J. A. Burton.
CLEVELAND'S big boll cotton seed
and Cook's Improved big boU at
$1.00 per bushel,' delivered at
Newberry, S. C. They are the best
0ottoMs I ever planted.
Henry D. Boozer,
Newberry, S. C.
WE MAKE THE DIRT FLY.-You
had beter get some of the Green-.
wood kind. There is money in it.
New South Real Estate Trust Co.,
Greenwood, S. C.
The Herald and News has a nies
lot of samples of commencement
invitations. Those interested wil
do well to all and see the sam
ples and get prices. . Call early.
WANTED.-Second hand bags and
hurlaps; any kind; any quantity,
anywhere. Richmond Bag Compa
ny, Richmond, Virginia.
FARMES-We have -the best g.no -
distributor on &e Market and at
very low price. Please eaU and
3-22-t. Paroell & Scott.
CIGAR S ALT.SMANA WAITRD.
Experienee unnecessary. Sell eur
brands to the retail trade.1 Big
pay. Write for full paticulars at
Globe Cigar Co.,
MAPLE CAMP NO. 437, W. O. W
meets every first and third: We-.
nesday evenings at 7:45 o'clock.
Visiting., brethren. are cordiaHly
D. D. Darby, Clurk.
T. Burton, C. C.
CUT OUT the Typhoid germs from
your drinking water, get it from
the roek, pure and -sparkling. By
having you a well drilled, you eut
off all surface water, thereby- get
ting it pure and sparkling. I au
preparea for the business. See me
or phone 275.
I . A. McDowell.
TABLE BOARD.-The best the mar.
ket affords. We have secured the
services of Mr. Jas. Dunbar with
the view of taking regular board
ers. If you are looking for a con
venient boarding place confer
with us. Our price will be rea
GET YOUR GLASSES from Dr. G..
WV. Connor, a graduate of the larg
est optical college ir. the world-the
Nortk rn Illirnois- College of Chica
g'i . r. Connor is located perman
ently in Newberry, gives both the
vo;ieetive and subjective tests by
electricity and guarantees his work.
KING COTTON SEED.-I have a
limited supply of the latest ia.
proved for sale at one ($1.00) d>,l
lar per bushel, sacked and deliv
ered F. 0. B. cars at Jalapa,~ S. C.
This seed is pure and was ginned
on my private gin. Will make more
cotton to the acre than any cotton
planted on rich or poor land.
W. C. Sligh,
Newberry, R. F. D! 3.
Pulaski Lodge, No. 20, I. 0. 0. F.,
will meet Friday night March 18,
in Klettner's Hall, at 8 o'clock. Let
every memiber attend.
C. G. Blease,
W. G. Peterson, Noble Grand.