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Movements of Many People, New
berrian And Those Who Visit
Mrs. R. Y. Leaevell has returned
Prof. H. L. Dean has returned from
Mrs. Anna Eidson has returned
Mrs. Robt. E. Leavell, of Easley,
was in the city the first of the week.
Miss Bessie Hunter, of Goldville, is
visiting Miss Clara Bowers.
Miss Nannie Harrison, of Green
ville, is visiting Miss Eva Wright.
Mrs. S. J. Wooten spent Wednes
)d-ay in Columbia.
Mr. Roof Werts returned Wed
nesday from Chapin.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Garvio spent
Wednesday in Columbia.
Mr. 0. J. Havird has returned from
Mr. J. D. Epps, ei Union, is visit
ig his brother, Treasurer J. L. Epps.
Mrs. William Johnson leaves to
dav for a visit to Columbia.
Mr. J. D. Galloway has moved from
Newberry to Columbia.
Mr. N. M. Darby has moved from
Newberry to Whitmire.
Mrs. Earl Sheely is visiting at
Leesville and Batesburg.
Misses Nora and Anna Lee Wood.
visited at Mr. Geo. Taylor's, at Pros
perity this week.
P'eident J. H. Harms, of New
berry college, went down to Pros
Messrs. Fant Gilder, Raymond
Fellers and Frank Moore attended a
dance in Laurens last Monday night.
Mr. Frank Feagle, one of the
"Newberrians on the road," was in
the city this week.
Mr. D. A. Rivers returned last
week from a visit to Mr. Emanuel
SheeIv at Delmar.
Mr. Henry Wilson left the first
of the week to accept a position at
Rev. J. A. Sligh and Mr. T. J. Wil
son, of .Slighs, were in the city yes
Mrs. Addie Hodges, of Pr,osperity,
visited Miss Edith Henderson yes
Mr. G. B. iSprague, of the Cable
Piano Co., Charleston, i~s in the city
for a few days.
Mr. I. L. Blaustein 'has returned
from the Northern markets and the
~new goods will roll in to astonish th'e
Capt. W. S. Langford returned
Wednesday from a pleasant visit to
his sister, Miss Marietta Langford,
college stuident in Greenville.
Mr. S. S. Cunningham, secretary
of the chamb)er of commerce, has
elso been elected secretary of the
Business Men 's Credit Asso,cia'tion.
Miss Lillie Mae Moore, who holds
a clerkship at Whitmire, is spending
the week with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. C. Moore, in the city.
:Mrs. ~Jas. GJ. Brown, with ba.by,
Diessa, of Newberry, are visiting her
*parents Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pear
saH.-4Salubda Standard, Marelh 24.
Mr. Eduard Scholtz left Wednes
-day for his home in Charlotte, after
a pleasant ,visit to his former home
in Newberry where his friends were,
gl4ad to see him.
Mr. H. W. Schumpert, superinten
ident of the city water works and
electric lights plant, is in Charlotte
attending the meeting of the Elee- I
trical association, of America.
Mrs. R. B. Wallace and beautiful
li.ttle baby will leave to-day for their
home in Chaxleston, where Mr. Wal
lace is connected with the Cable
IPiano company. Mrs. Waallace has!
~been on a pleasant visit to her par
'nts, Mr. and 'Mrs. William Johnson.
Mr. Samuel P. Bowles has gone to
Augusta, Ga., accepting an important
4position with the Inde)pendebt Ice
~and Coal company of that city. The
.He~ralda and News hopes that he will
eeaeh the heights attained by his
brother, Mr. J. L. Bowles, Jr., who
jias honor and fame as advertising
manager of the celebrated OliverI
Mrs. Theodore Johnstone leaves
Monday for Gaffney to visit her
daughter, Miss Julia, who is a stn
dent at Limestone college. Mrs.
Johnstone goes to be present at the
graduating exercises in music of the
class of whieh her daughter is a
member, held earlier this year on ac
couAnt of the music festival at Spar
-tanburg, which also will be attended
by Mrs. Johnstone before retar.ning
home. Miss Julia will remain at th-e
college with her other studies.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
It's fun to watch girls spinning
In the absence of Mayor Blease,
"out of town," Alderman C. H. Can
non is acting mayor.
If you haven't seen any of that
new bread. have a talk with Mr.
Harry Dominiek. The bread is alli
Work has begun on the site for the
new high school building nzar the
new court house, McGullough aind
Rutherford, of Columbia, contrae
A delightful social function in the t]
Excelsior community last Monday t
night was attended by Messrs. J. H.
Halfacre aind 0. V. Higgins. ti
Friday, Saturd,ay and Sunday, 8th, z
9th and 10th inst. for big, pleasant
B-P convention. All things are now
ready, great preparations having been
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
society of Centrail Methodist church
will meet in thee church parlors
Monday afternoon at four o'clock.
The chamber of commerce is tak
ing on new life. This is as it should
be. It must grow to large propor
tions, and then it will be a power
The beautiful school girls who
gladdened their homes and tbright
enad% Easter with their presence in
Newberry have returned to respect
As Rev. J. D. Kinard cannot be
present next Sunday at Colony,there N
will ,be only one service, preaching t
and communion at 11 a. m. Offerings
will be for Synod.
There will ,be a meeting of the c
Business Men ls Orediit Associaitdon P
in the cham.ber of commerce rooms
this (Friday) afternoon at five
o 'clock. A large attendance of the
membership is desired.
A large lot of cotton was bought
Wednesday by Mr. Robt. McC.
olmes from Summer Bros. C6.
ten hundred and simtv-five bales at
Hteen cents. Good all around. Mr. ai
Holmes is a young cotton dealer, i
who, with the efficient assistance of th
ifr. Win. C. Schenck, is already hold'. E
ng a prominent pia,ee among the
usiness men of Newberry. mn
While handling, an automatic re-b
volver last week MIr. Henry D. Hav- bi
rd was shot through the hand. He
was not handiing the pistol careless- N
ty, but was putting it away when it i
Goldean Rule Encampment No. 23,1 a.
D~. 0. F. elected Dr. Van Smith, Ottob
Eettner and C. G. Blease represen- s
tatives to the Grand Encampment of!
South Carolina whieh will meet in a
Spartanburg in May. i
One of the prettiest social affairs E
>f the week, says the Laurens Ad-m
rertiser, was the reception Thursday
afternoon given by Mrs. W. W. Jones ti
in honor of Mrs. 0. B. Mayer, Mrs.
). W. Leonard and Miss Louise
Several persons saw tomato bb-oms
.n this city Monday, possession of .Mr.
J. B. Walton, from plant called
'Walton's Early.'' You may .talk
bout your front yards, whieh is
whic~h, but Mr. Walton stands alone
n tomato blooms so early as March
The Easter egg hunt in the pleas- or
mnt and inviting yard of Miss Fan- a
iie Ramage last Monday afternoon hi
was a delightful and successful af
air. A good crowd was present and
the dimes and nickles gathered
wounted in round num3bers to six
Pulaski Lodge No. 20, I. 0. 0. F.,
dleeted the following delegates to
:he Grand Lodge of South Carolin'a
hih will meet in Spartanburg in
Hay: I. H. Hunt, D. B. Chandler and
VI. M. Satterwhite. Altennates: W.
E. Hardeman, Theo. Danielsen and
D. I. Franklin.
When it emerges from behind the
un, during the latter part of April,
t is expected to be a grand spectacle Dl
ii the morning skies, is what the as-.
tronomers are saying about Halley 's
comet which is rapiidly shooting in
this direction from the immensity of1
space. One astronomer says thatj e:
the pleasure of -the spectacle will be yi
lost if panie should seize the minds al
of the public.
On the 23rd of February Mr. Thos. g
E. Eison., gf No. 4 towns~hip, swore S
out warrants against two negroes, Wm l
Shell and Eugene Bird alias Dock C
Bird, charging them with having, on
the 29th of January, privily stolen el
from his person money to the amount I'
of $11.80. Deputy SherifE Pope L.
Buford on Monday afternoon arrest- b
edi the parties, who were accordingly e*
jailed. On Tuesday Bird was releas- a'
d on bond.
inal Meeting of Committees Tues
day.-Everything in Good Shape
for State Convention.
The last meeting of the commit
es of the Baraca-Philathea con
mrtion will be held in the chamber
commerce next Tuesday, April 5,
eight o'clock. All of the com
ittees are urged to be present and
repared to make a final report.
Judge J. J. Gentry, president of
ie State union, is expected to be on
Everything is in good- shape for
le most royal welcome and enter
Linment of the State ucion and for
ie making of this a great conven
on. The local secretary of the ar
angement committiee is receiving
tters every day in regard to the
>nvention as well as the names of
elegates who expect to attend.
The following hymns will be used
aring the convention:
1. He can count on me.
2. Ship A-hoy!
6. He is the One.
10. He threw out the Life-line.
11. The next commana.
14. When I get Home.
17. The Shout of Faith.
19. On to Victory.
23. 'To Arms, Ye friends of-t
56. The love that cannot be.
63. Settle it today.
64. 0, what a blessing.
97. Lead the Wanderers.
47. We shall be like Him.
71. He thought me worth saving.
All who have the Baraca hymnal
o. 1, are requested to practice and
iose who have not the books and
sire to have them can get them at
:. J. H. West's store at fifteen
mnts per copy. Other Baraea sup
ies may also be found--there.
BALL THIS AFrTERNOON.
roford vs. Newberry at College
Park.-A Good Game Promise
-Newberry's Line Up.
As announced in Tuesday's Her
d and News the first game of the
tercollegiate ball will be pulled off
is afternoon at Newberry between
efford and Newberry college teams.
It is stated that Wofford has a
ajority 'of her last year's players
Lek and will g,ive the Newberry
>ys all .they are looking foT?.
Newberry has a good team and the
ewerry people should turn out
i afternoon and eneourage the
fhe game will be called promptly
four o'clock. Season tickets may
otained at the Corner Drug
ore. Ad.missio:x is thirty-five cents
a twenty-five cents, ladies 'being
imitted to 'the grard stand free.
11 the colleges esleept Newberry 'and
rskine have fixed the priee of ad
ission 'at fsfty eai-ts.
The following is the nine up of
e Newberry team:
James Burton, c. f.
Willie Ruff, c.
Surry, 1. f.
John 2R'uf, s. s.
'C. Hazel, 1st b.
Garington, 3rd h.
A. Hazel, 2nd b.
'C. C. Smith, r. f.
Simpson and Rentzjerma, subs.
Saturday afternoon at four o'clock
the college diamond, there will be
game between Mollohon and New
The following is the line up for
P. Boozer, 3rd b. and p.
J. Shea]y, r. f.
Neal, c. and p.
B. Boozer, c. f. and c.
D. FEellers, s. s.
Wright, 2nd. b.
S. Mills, p. and c.
MeCthen and Kelley, sub.
r. Bauslin to Preach Baccalaureate
Sermon-Dr. T. H. Dreher Alum
The program for the commencement
ereises at Newberry college has not
at been completed but ar'rangemrents
e being made to that end&.
Th'e bacealaureate sermon -to the
raduatin'g class will be delivered on
nday morning by Rev. D. H. Baus
n, D. D., LL. D., of Springfield,
The alumni address will be deliv'ar
a by Dr. Thomas H. Dreher, of St.
The other speaker have not yet
een cosen. There is a large senior
lass and the oommenement season
-ill be one of unusual interest at
rwberry this year.
Names of Those Who Are to Take the
Census.-All Are Asked to Meet
At Newberry Next Tuesday.
The enumerators for taking the
thirteenth census for Newberry coun
ty have been appointed and those
for each township are given herewith.
Seven. colored persons have been
named who are to enumerate only
the negroes and are to work in those
communities where the negro popula
tion is the largest.
In a letter to Mr. Willi-am Y. Fair
dated Anderson, March 29, 1910,
Mr. W. W. Russell, the supervisor,
writes :"I have been authorized by
the director of the census to hold a
conference of the enumerators in each
county of my district some time be
fore April 15. I intend to do this
within the next ten days. Will you
kindly advise me as to what time
would likely -suit the enumerators.
Also if it would suit to use the court
house as bhe place of meeting."
Col. Fair says that he talked to
Mr. Russell on Wednesday and ad
vised him that Tuesday next at eleven
o'clock ino the forenoon would suit
for this conference and- that it would
be beld in the court house. Mr. Rus
sell will be here on Tuesday morning
and desires that all of the enumera
tors meet him promptly in the court
house at eleven o'clock Tuesday
morning, April 5.
The following are the enumerators
Township No. 1. For the town.
W. Y. Fair, WIm. W. Cromer and J.
W. Reagin. Outside the town-J.
Wilson Mimms and R. C. Maybin.
Township No. 2.-Jos. H. Brown.
.Township No. 3.-W. D. Ruther
Township No. 4.-W. R. Elmore
and Samuel W. Derrick.
Township No. 5.-William C. Sligh.
Township No. 6.-J. Y. Floyd and
J. L. Schultz.
Township No. 7.--J. L. Watkins.
Township No. 8.-Herbert L. Boul
.Township No. 9.-Thos. M. Mills,
S. B. Bowers, and E. E. Sligh.
.Township No. 10.-Wm. L. Kibler
and Jno. A. S'umnt
Township No. 11.-Jas. H. Eargle
and W. P. Jones.
Colored appointments.--J. B. Wil
liams, S. M. Young, W. W. McMor
ris, George Gallman, George W.
Starks, J. W. Williams, and- A. J.
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer.
(Revj Edw. Fulenwider, Pastor.)
Nothing preventing there will be
the regular services at the Lutherana
Church of the Rad'eemer next S'un
day as follows:
11 a. m. -The morning service with
a sermon by the pastor on the su.bject,
"Has the Bible a message for a
sientific age 'P' Our ideas of the
world and the universe change to
some extent with almost every pass
ig century. Ohristianity finds it
sf today in a different atmosphere
from that in which it was born. While
there are so many -rumors 'afloat,
sientific and ujnscientiflc, concerning
the approaeh of that beautiful celes
tial visitor, Halley's comet, the sub
jet of the sermon becomes doubly
interesting. The text is from the
gospel for the day, John 20:31:
"These are written that ye might be
lieve that Jesus is the Christ, the Son
of God; and that believing ye might
have life through His nama''
8 p. m. The subject of the ser
mon will be "True confession knnows
no other way to Heaven than Jesus.''
This will be the sixth in the series of
special sermons on the "Way of Sal
vation made plain.'' The following
interesting questions are proposed
for an answer at this service: (1)
'"Why does God -want 'us to confess
our sins 'to man ?'' (2) "What is the
diference between repentance and'
confessiot '' (3) "Should we des
pise everything that smacks of the
Roman Catholic church?'' (4)
"If Baytism is 'necessary for salm':
tion, how was the thief on the cross
The singing of familiar hymns will
be led as u'sual by a large choir of
4 p. in. Sunday school meets. The
first quarter of the "Honor Rol
System' has closed. The names oc
those who have made firs3t and sec
ond honor will be read. All are re
quested to be present.
The public is cordially invited to
'all the services.
31bibeftls of Drayton Rutherford
Chapter are hereby notifies~ that the
next regular monthly meeting will
be held at the residene of Mrs. El
april 5th, at 4 o'clock.
Mamie E. Schumpert.
MORE PRETTY YARDS.
And Yet There is Ample Opportunity
For Many More of Them in
The reporter was made to feel
Tuesday morning like that fellow
who had' his moustache singed by try
ing to whistle "hot times" without
lkowiug the tune. Soon's he got
down town a man asked 'him who put
in that piece about front yards. The
reporter tried to get out of it by ask
ing if he knew who Idler was. He
didn't know and he didn't care a
hank of darn, although he compli
mented Mr. Idler and said he was
right on the Scott's creek park
question. But who's idler was no
the matter-who put in that little
-squib? The man putting the per,
nent question then told the mere re
porter of another yard that ought to
be mentioned, aimd it wasn't his
wife's yard either; he was just speak
ing in general terms of the etennal
itness of things. Every time a max
speaks that way he is not speaking
for his wife. The yard alluded to
by the advisor is in Friend street,
in fact there are several yards, op
posite the site for the new postoffice
building which will come some of
these days. From the corner on up
the whole block. Now these back
yards are so prominent as to attrac
attention, not in the manner of the
beutiful front yards mentioned Tues
day, but for their miserable appear
ance. The friendly counsellor calling
attention to these yands said they
ought to be cleaned and made look
genteel; .put more on a footing with
-th attractive yards. Readling of
the nice ones mentioned reminded him
that the ugly ones ought to be beau
tiful, or at least maide respectable.
There are other places and trash
piles in the city the friend spoke of
that need looking after, but of which
there is not space in this issue to go
Immediately upon the heels of the
innnocent little paragraph about the
pretty yards of Mrs. C, I. Blease and
Mrs. C. D. Weeks, respectively, it
has come to the ears of the reporter
that there are other front yards eqnal
ly worthy of mention. Now said re
porter just happened to see the two
yards alluded to, and' as they were
so neat and clean he mentioned them
on the spur and impulse of the mo
ment, knowinag that "there were oth
prs,'' that there were obliged to be
others from the nature of the l.adies in
Newberry. He had just before said
something of the Italian rye lawns
of the city which he had seen in their
lovely carpets of green.
It shows what a 'little thing can ae
complish. People are discussing yards.
Let all the ladies, let the Civic asso
iation, get together and act as one
woman, ao collectively for the city
what they have done and are doing
idividally in the way of beautify
ing yards and gardens. Now for,
parks and 'lawns.
Little birds just from the leafy
~bowers and fragrant retreats whisper
that among the "models worth pat
terning after''-that was all that~
was said-are the front yards of Mrs.
M. L. Spearman, Mrs.~ E. H. Aull,
Mrs. W. E. Pelham, Jr., Mrs. R. D.
Wright, and are there others?)
O0ficers Elected.-Installation of Of
ficers and Banquet Next Thurs
At a recent meeting of the New
berry Lodge B. P. 0. E. the follow
ing officers were elected for the en
suing term: .
R. H. Wright, Exalted Ruler.
Eugene S. Werts, Esteemed Lead
Cole. L. Blease, Esteemed Loyal
E. H. Aull, Esteemed Lectuirn~g
.T. P. Wicker, Treasurer.
F. R. H'anter, Secretary.
J. J. H. Brown, 'Tyler.
Fred. H. Dominick was elected
representative to the Grand Ledge
which meets this year in Detroit.
The installation of offieers will be
held 'the first meeting night in April
which is Thursday of naext week. The
District Deputy will be present to
install the officers and after the cer
emoiny refreshments will be served.
To Lecture on Consumption.
Dr. 0. B. Mayer, of Newberry, a
noted authority on tuberculosis, will
deliver an address on that subject
at Green Street Baptist church Sat
uday evening at 7:45 o'clock, under
the auspices of the Spartanbu.rg
e>uty Anti-Tuberculosis league. The
Spartan mill ore'hestra will furnish
the music. The public i s cordially
invited.-Spartanburg Herald, March
One Cent a Word- No ad
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
DON'T FORGET to call on Annie
Ruff for nice fresh bread to-day.
and tomorrow. Both Rye and
Cream loaves. Steam baked.
MAMMOTH 'Soy Beans for sale.
Wyche's Drug Store,
Prosperity, S. C.
WANTED--Several good mileh cows.
Newherry Dairy Farm.
WHEN YOU WANT a good 5c. ei
gar, ask for a Jupiter. It is made
in Greenville, S. C., and sold by
every Newberry Dealer.
CIGAR SALESMAN WANTED.
Experience unnecessary. Sell our
brands to the retail trade. Big
pay. Write for full particulars at
Globe Cigar Co.,
IMPROVED COTTON SEED for
sale. I have a limited amount of
well seleeted seed, as follows
Cleveland Big Boll, an abunda4
yielder and " drought resistar
Brooks Favorite, an exeellen,
fruiter and very early, and is my
favorite of all the dittle seed va'
rieties; also a few bushels ot
Toole's Prolific, and a few bush
els of the best Long Staple I ever
saw grown, an improvement of My
own. All at seventy five cents
J. L. Mayer,
Ne.wberry, S. C., Route 2.
WANTED.-A young lady or young
man to do office work. A steno.
grapher preferred. Apply .at
The Herald and News Office.
I HAVE for sale about 200 bushe 91
of cotton seed-Toole's Proifie
and Truit vaieties-wich have
*bemr carefully selected for plant
IE I Rikard.
WANTED.-Second hand bags and
bunrlaps; any kind; any quantity,
anywhere. Richmond Bag Compa
ny, Richmond, Virginia.
ALL GRADES LEATEBE. -High
est to lowest always on hand.
Prices for repairs regulated ac
cording to material and work re
quired by customer. Always .as
cheap as any for same class of
work and material. Give us a trial.
J. W. Reagin.
MAPLE CAMP NO. 437, W. 0. W
meets every first and third Wed-,
nesday evenings at 7:45 o'clock.
Visiting brethren are cordially
D. D. Darby, Clerk.'
T. Burton, C. C.
CUT OUT tlie Typhoid germs from
your dlrinking water, get it from
the roek, pure and sparkling. By
havirng you a well drilled, you eut
off all surface water, thereby get
ting it pure and sparkling. I am
preparea for the business. See me
or phone 275.
I. A. McDowell.
GET YOUR GLASSES from Dr. G.
W. Connor, a graduarte of the !arg
est c tieal college ir. the worldig-the
Nori ern Illinois College of Chif-~
go. Dr.,Connor is located pern:an
ently in Newberry, gives both the
objective and subjeetive tests by
electricity and guaran.tees his work.
KING COTTON SEED.-I have a
limited su,pply of the latest im
proved for sale at one ($1.00) d al
lar per bushel, sacked and deliv
ered F. 0. B. ears 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.;sF.,
will meet Fridayv night, Aprii 1,
in Klettner's Hell, at 8 o'clock. Let
every member attend.
C. G. Blease, >
W. G. Peterson, Noble Grand. ~