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Xovements of Many People, New
berrians and Those Who Visit
Miss Kate Adams is visiting at St.
Master Carlisle Fridy is visiting
relatives in Laurens.
Miss Alleine Fridy is attending the
summer school in Spartanburg.
Hon. Wyatt Aiken is announced as a
candidate for re-election to congress.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Aull, of Pen
dleton, were in the city this week.
Miss Mabel Williamson returned
last week from a visit to Chappells.
Mrs. P. H. Anderson, of Waterlco,
is visiting her son Mr. W. H. Ander
Prof. Curtis A. Fellers has return
ed from a visit to Old Town and Sil
Mr. J. D. Davenport went to Coluln
bia yesterday to get the charter for
Mr. W. H. Day, of iColumbia, after
spending a while in Newberry, left
on Wednesday for the mountains.
Miss Mattie Lawson, of Greenwood,
is visiting Miss Annie Dominick, at
Mrs. B. B. Reid and son will leave
for a trip to the mountains the first
of next week.
There will be another announce
ment for the legislature in the next
issue of The Herald and News.
Mr. Bryan Chapm.an, of Columbia,
has been visiting Mr. Ike Davis and
other friends in Newberry.
Mrs. J. W. White on Wednesday re
turned from visiting Abbeville,
Greenwood and Verdery.
Miss Martha Johnstone has return
ed from a visit to relatives in-Colum
bia and Camden.
Mr. Geo. D. Bryan, of the C. & W.
C. railway, Greenville, was in the city
Miss Nell Jones, of Ridge Spring,
arrived yesterday to visit her aunt,
Mrs. W. H. Wallace.
Mrs. E. G. Haltiwanger and little
daughter, Edna, of Salley, are visiting
relatives in the city.
Mrs. 3. E. Norwood and children
last week returned from visiting rel
atives at Bethuije.
Miss Abbie and Master James Gail
lard left last week to .spend some time
in Pendleton with relatives.
Mrs. J. M. Fridy and two daughters,
Misses Louise and Nellie, are visiting
at Monticello, Fairfield county.
Mrs. W. T. Livingston and daugh
ters. Misses Maggie and Beatrice, are
visiting relatives at Jolly Street.
Mr. L. W. Floyd returned Tuesday
from Wrightsville Beach, following
Mr. John H. Wicker after a few days.
Misses PearlWest and Mrytle Den
nis will tomorrow leave for a visit to
relatives and friends at Cross Hill.
The next examination before Sup
erintendent Wheeler and board will
be on the 12th of August, for vacancy
in the Citadel academy.
Hon. Alan Johnstone this week at
tended a meeting of the Clemson col
lege board of trustees, of which he is
Mr. Win. D. Byrd, Jr., after a pleas
ant visit to relatives here, returned
Wednesday to his home in Laurens
county. g 7' . ,
Mrs. B. T. Buzhardt returned Tues
Aday from Knowlton's infirmary, Co
lumbia, after six weeks of treatment,
and is getting along nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Boozer and two
sons, of Lake City, Fla., are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Martin and Mrs.
PIda Boozer, in the city.
*' The Rev. Mr. H. H. Sweets and
family left Tuesday for their home in
Louisville, Ky., after visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Foster N. Martin.
Mrs. E. B. Setz1er and children are
spending a month at Pomaria. Prof.
Setzler will go there every now and
.then during that time.
'Tfs. Joseph Mann left Tuesday for
~Spalftanburg to spend a few months
Withl her daughter, Mrs. Harry Price.
Miss Annie Mann returned Wednes
Mr. B. F. Day, who came from Co
lumbia on sick leave a week or so
ago, has been critically ill at his
home in this city. He is somewhat
lbetter, but far from being well.
Miss Lillian Smith returned from
tTnion yesterday, accompanied by
Miss Bess Summer, of Union. Miss
Summer is returning Miss Smith's
Mrs. J. T. Mayes accompanied Dr.
0. B. Mayer and family this week on
their summer vacation to Atlantic
ity N. 3.nnd Miss Kittie Mayes
will spend the time in Virginia.
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Kibler were call
ed to Greenville yesterday on account
of the serious illness of Mrs. Kibler's
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Wers. Mrs.
J. Fred Schumpert went to Green
ville yesterday also.
Mrs. Wm. Johnson left Tuesday for
a visit to her daughter, Mrs. R. B.
Wallace, in Charleston, her sister.
Mrs. R. F. Bryant, in Orangeburg,
and her sister. Mrs. Wm. A. Kinard.
President Wilbur K. Sligh, of the
Maxville, Fla., Farm and Improve
ment company, took. 39 colored hands
with him to Maxville this week.
Something is doing in Maxville. Max
ville is growing.
Maj. and Mrs. J. F. J. Caldwell are
visiting in Greenwood and Cokesbury.
In consequence of this there will be
no services at St. Luke's Episcopal
church for several weeks, as Maj.
Caldwell is the regular lay-reader and
the chur6h being without a rector.
Prof. and Mrs. S. J. Derrick left
yesterday, Mrs. Derrick for Lexing
ton, and Prof. Derrick for Oraneburg,
to attend Newberry college reunion.
He will attend all the college reunions
in South Carolina and Georgia.
Mr. Ben Perry, of Saluda, who is on
an extended visit to his brother, Mr.
R. S. Perry, having come to NeNv
berry to be treated. by Dr. J. A. Mel
dau, has improved in health under
the fine treatment of his physician.
Mr. E. C. Sonnenburg and family
have returned from their delightful
and restful visit to Baltimore, New
York, the lake resorts and other re
freshing points, and resumed their ac
customed places in the life of New
Mr. I. W. Gregory, of Charlotte, N.
C.. fiscal agent for North and South
Carolina of the Continental Wireless
Telephone and Telegraph company,
of New York City, was on a visit to
the local agent, Mr. J. Percy Mahon,
several days ago.
Last Saturday Mr. W. L. Reighley
and Mrs. R. B. Lominack were called
to Whitmire on account of the illness
of their sister, Mrs. Julius Aughtry.
Mr. Reighley informed The Herald
and News that Mrs. Aughtry was
somewhat better, he having returned
Mrs. E11 Bell, of Renno, accompa
r,ied by her grandchildren. Miss Ola
Bell and her two little brothers,
were on a visit last Saturday, and Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. C. Bell, Mr. J. F. Bell
and daughter, Mrs. Robert IDavidson
on Tuesday to their relative, Mrs. M.
M. Buford, who is very low.
Mrs. Charles Fisher, of Philadel
phia, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Louise
Zobel, at Helena. and her niece, Mrs.
Otto ~Klettner, in Newberry. Mrs.
Fisher is accompanied by her niece,
IMiss Carrie Rudolph. Misses An
nie and May Zobel, of Charleston, are
also on a visit to these relatives.
They are the daughters of Mr. Fred
Willie D. Davis; colored, yesterday
handed the reporter a large tomato
which he grew on Col. E. H. Aull's
place in the city. Davis, who has been
connected with the "fire department"
of The Herald and News so long,.that
he just naturally speaks the truth,
says the vines are full of tomatoes
weighing from one to two and a half
pounds each. The sample is a beau
ty and the beauty is more than skin
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Who's heading the legislative ticket
What will keep mosquitoes off one
man won't keep them off another.
Mr. A.:L. Dominick is announced as
a candidate for magistrate for No. 7
The number of men in Newberry
enduring the absence of wife is in
Organ recital at Lutheran Church
of the Redeemer tonight, Friday, be
innig at 8:30 o'clock.
The date for the farmers' rally at
Mr. A. D. Hudson's has been changed
trom July 29 to August 10.
Son.nenberg's bakery being in full
running order again there will be re
newed activity in thle bread market.
Mr. J. A. Graham and son will fur
nih a barbecue at the campaign meet
Ing at Keitt's grove on Friday, Au
The Home Mission and Parsonage
Aid society of Central church will
meet with Mrs. P. F. Baxter, on Tues-.
day afternoon, July 19, at 5 o'clock.
The Philathea Sewing Circle will
meet with Mrs. H. L. Dean on Friday
t 22nd inst, at the usual hour. All
members are earnestly requested to
Being rather a dull time in town,
ermen at Old Town Tuesday night;
trying to "ward off" the dullness and
g4t something to eat.
The finder of the gold lady's watch
will do a kindness besides being re
warded by bringing it to this office.
It is a small lady's watch, as the
finder has found out. These ladies'
small gold watches are hard to find
The Rev. James R. McKittrick will
preach at the First Baptist church of,
Newberry on Sunday morning at 1111
o'clock. Mr. McKittrick is a graduate
of Newberry college and student at
the Theological Seminary, Louisville,
The A, R. P. Sunday school will
picnic next Tuesday. The committee
on place hadn't repcrted up to the
hour of going to press.
Mr. H. L. Parr on yesterday sold
the firm of Nat Gist 182 bales of cot
ton at 15 cents.
The Columbia State "got those
babies mixed' when it put John H.
Wicker's name under Tom E. Wick
er's face cut. John H. Is a hard seed
crusher and several other kinds of
crusher, while Tom E. is a gentle let
ter and paper handler.
Masters Oscar and Gilbert Summer I
and Houston Long are having a fine 1
time camping out with Prof. Boggs. 1
They are on a four weeks' trip, tak- Ij
ing in Tryon, Caesar's Head, Lake
Toxaway and * other fine points, en
joying camp life and hunting and
fishing among the Mountains.
Messrs. W. Y. Fair and J. W. Rea
gin having succeeded in recounting
noses in Cromer's territory, it is to
be hoped there will be no further set
backs in the census business.
The mosquitoes are earlier and
worse this year than usual, sad to
say. .- -
The Rev. E. C. Watson, of Laurens.<
county, has notified the board of dea- ]
cons of Bush Rever,and Mt. Zion Bap
tist churches that, while greatly ap- I
preciating the call recently extended
him to the pastorate of these churches:<
he can not accept, which The Herald '
and News very much regrets.
At the meeting Tuesday night of
Newberry lodge, No.' 75, Knights of
Pythias, when the third rank was con
ferred in amplified form, the follow
ing visiting brethren from Prosper-:
ity were present: Dr. C. T. Wyche, Dr.1
J. S. Wheeler, Messrs. A. G. Wise, J.
F. Browne, J. C. Schumpert, D. J.
Taylor, H. J. Rawl and J. A. Counts.:
The Newberry County Sunday*
School epnvention will be held at St. t
Paul's on the 21st and 22nd of this 1
month. A large attendgnce is expect- 1
ed and a fruitful and refreshing oc- I
asion looked for. It promises to be
an enjoyable season for the good Sun- C
day school workers of Newberry. May t
they be not disappointed in their an
ticipations and aspirations.c
So many persons mistake the 10 on
their label for the day of the month. I
For instance, it reads 1 Aug. 10. They'
think that means their time is out on
the 10th of. August. It means that ~
your time .is up on the 1st of Augus,
1910. This is written for the benefit
of those who thus mistake the figures
and wish to continue their subscrip- t
tion, as it is a great deal'of trouble t
to drop names one week,and put them ~
back the next. Send the price in t
Planning for a Lawn Party
The Ladies' Aid society of the First *
Baptist church are planning to give
a very attractive lawn party at the
residence of Dr. James McIntosh on
Friday, July 22.
There will be many amusements for
the little folks in the afternoon, and
n the evening the grown people will
be expected. It will be a very unique
affair and all who come can fell as
sured of a delightful evening. One
especially pretty and charming fea-i
ture will be the LilIiputian wedding1
which will take place at a time that
both chiIdren and grown folks can
Delicious ices and cakes will be
Four Out of Thirteen Special Rules. I
Not taking any stock in the fight on
the number 13 as being too unlucky C
to hold a prominent position in a
olumn of figures, a gentleman was C
day or so ago very warm in his
prases of the Newberry policemen. I
e was particularly impressed with C
their deportment and general behav
ior; they Iooked neat and had the ap-3
pearance of being genteel. He thought
there must be some force b'esides their t
own natural inclination to keep them a
in this pleasant condition, so he look-,
ed up the rules for their guidance.:
He found thirteen special rules-good.
ones-and did not longer wonder why.
Nine of the rules are carried out like
a programme, but four are not strict
ly observed, according to the examI- a
ination of the gentleman handling the a
subject. He says they are rules 1. 3, 1
IEWBERRY WILL HAVE
TIRD COTTON MILL.
WILDING OF ANOTHER MILL
:nainiity of Action Among People oi
the Community.-Fine Business
Men in Charge.
A third cotton mill for Newberry is
The men behind the new enterprise
Lre business men of energy and abil
ty, and men who have the confidence
>f the entire community, but, eveii
vhen this is taken into consideration,
he short time which was necessary tc
;-et sufficient subscriptions to assure
muccess is surprising. The peoplE
;eemed to feel the need of another
nil here, and they got together and
acked up with their subscriptions
he men who were agitating its build
Newberry now has two of the best
nills in the State, with a combined
apita' of nearly a million dollars, and
vhich have been remarkably success
ul even in this State where success
ul mills are the rule. There can be
io .doubt that this third mill, undez
he care of the experienced and able
)usiness men who are inaugurating
t, and backed by the people of the
ommunity, who have dhown thei
;upport by their subscriptions, will
The minor details have not yet beei
worked out, but it is authoritativel3
;tated that the subscriptions no,
eave no doubt that the mill will bE
Aside from the business standpoint
t is gratifying to see an enterprise
gitated which receives the unani
nofns and hearty support of a com
nunity. The bringing of the people
)f Newberry into closer business re
ationship-the bringing of them clos
r together to pull the same way
ias made the movement for this third
nill worth a great deal to Newberry
>ver and above the material results
hich will follow.
This unanimity of action is a fine
ribute to the men who have agitated
he building of this iew mill, and is
he best assurance of its success.
TO INCREASE CAPITAL STOCK.
armers' and Merchants' Bank to In
crease Capital Stock to $25,000.
A meeting of the stockholders of
he Farmers' and Merchants' bank, of
ittle Mountain, has, been called to
e held at the office of the bank on
tugust 12, for the purpose of consid
ring a proposition to increase the
apital stock of the bank from $10,000
This bank has been in operation
nly for a short while, but has been
uccessful from the beginning, declar
ng a semi-annual dividend of 3 per
'ent. and placing to the surplus and
Lndivided profit account about $2,500,
hich is 25 per cent. of-their present
Dr. J. M. Sease is president of the
ank and Mr. W. 'A. Counts is cash
er. This~ bank is located in one of
he most prosperous 'agricultural sec
ions of South Carolina, and with an
nreased capital stock will be able
o enlarge its usefulness in the comn
ill Meet at Colony Lutheran Church
Friday, July 29-The Pro
The Newberry Lutheran conference
rili meet at Colony Evangelical Luth
ran church on Friday, July 29, em
racing- the fifth Sunday at 10 a. in.,
ev. J. D. Kinard, pastor.
The following is the programme:
ermons-On Friday o: Rev. Y von
L. Riser; Saturday by ,Rev. S. P.
Coon; Sunday Rev. J. D. Bowles.
Sunday at 2.30 p. m. Rev. J. D. Kin
rd will be installed. The services
rill be conducted by president of
ynod, Rev. C. A. Freed.
Topics: 1. The Polity of Our
hurch-Rev. 0. B. Shearouse and
ev. E. Fulenwider.
2. Are the' Churches Composing this
~onference Progressing? If so in what
ray ?-Rev. J. A. Sligh and Mr. R. T.
3. Our Seminary, Aim and Needs
ev. M. 0. J. Krepps and Dr. Geo. B.
4. The Mission of the Church-Rev.
.D. Kinard and Capt. H. H. Folk.
5. The Sunday School and its Rela
ion to the Church-Rev. J. D. Shealy
nd Dr. Geo. A. Setzler.
The public is cordially invited.
John J. Long,:
Thos. J. Wilson,
An ice cream supper will be served
t Wilowbrook on Saturday night as
benefit for Mr. Sam Jones, the base
all player who was injured in a
NE WBERRY MUST cond";
HAV. I. K. It
PROPOSITION TO MAKE IT A
Effort Will be to Secure Old Court
House and Raise $25,000 for Im. Benefi
At the meeting held in the chamber
of commerce rooms on Monday night, A g;
in the interest of a Y. M. C. A. for West
Newberry, it was determined to pre- ernoo
sent to the people of Newberry coun- injure
ty the advantages which would be! End
derived by the whole county from I
turning over the old court house for wasm
this purpose, and ask them to so vote gams
in the coming general election, and mand
to make an effort to raise $25,000 for Iceeds.
the improvement of the building in Canns
case the election should carry, as it ance
is confidently, believed it will, if the
matter is properly presented to the Eurel
people of. the county. The date of the best
beginning of the campaign will be found
fixed later. repea
Mr. G. C. Huntington, of Charlotte, M. C.
N. C., interstate secretary of the two The
Carolinas, was present and made 'an aftert
earnest address in which he outlined ficien
the' growth of the work of the organi- bable
zation. In ten years, he said, the most'
value of the property owned by the Endez
Y. M. C. A.'s of the two Carolinas had seasoi
increased from $108,000 in 1900 to
A $523,000, approximately, at the time Bec
of the holding the recent convention prom]
in Anderson. Since that time over every
$200,000 had been raised in building hins
subscriptions, and it was expected Ing
that in a year $300,000 more would teams
be raised, bringing the aggregate up ergy,
to a million dollars. He discussed the fando
I ;. !their
outlook for an association here, say- i
ing, while the general organization The
did not favor the remodelling of old Ble
buildings, as a general proposition, W., c
yet the plan was entirely feasible in ton, 3
Newberry, as - the plans~ of the old ton, c:
court house would readily lend them- We,
selves to the changes necessary. Smith
Mr. A. C. Jones, who is a member Wessi
of the State committee, and who is cf; B
one of the most enthusiastic work- The
ers in the cause in South Carolina, at 4.3
made an earnest plea for united ac- man,
tion. He said he bellevea this was the on th
most important gathering held in in thE
Newberry^in many years. He outlin- for hi:
ed the plans which had been consid- be as:
ered fore the remodelling of the old you o
building, and said he believed the worth
people would vote to turn it over to
the Y. M. C. A., and that he had nol
doubt that money necessary to im
prove it could readily be raised. Mr. One
Jones has been connected directly
and indirectly with the Y. M. C. A. y
for 34.years, and for 20 years has been t
a member of the State committee. It
was largely due to his efforts that the FRES
present movement in Newberry was will
brought .about, and ii it is successful- bre;
ly carried through no small part of fres
the credit will be due to him. goo
Other talks were made by citizens Res
interested, and there was a full at d --
It is proposed, if $25,000 can be obs<
raised and the building secured, to mor
put two additional stories on build- is al
ing as it now stands, which would
give a building of four stories and aFUi
basement. In the lower story, in ad- witi
dition to reading room, etc., it is pro
posed to put rest rooms which may lg
be used by the ladies of the county
upon their trips to Newbe,rry, and LOST
other conveniences of,.that character. -a la
The whole project is to make of it a wat<
county Y. M. C. A. building, in which suit
the whole county will have a part and Iat E
may take a pride. In the two addi- 7-12
tional stories would be placed the
dormitories, and it is believed that BARB
such a plant 'would be practically self- clas
sustaining from the beginning. a
At the meeting on Monday nighit all 'Frid
were agreed, and heartily agreed, up- vite
on the wisdom of seeking to secure a
Y. M. C. A. for Newberry, and there
was some discussion as to location, 7-5td.
amount to be raised and such matters.
It was finally decided, and, it seems
rightly decided, to fall in line with OIGA
and help carry on the plans of those Exp
who are responsible for the move- brai
ment and without whose efforts the pay,
present interest in it would possibly ones
not have been created here at this.
The various necessary committees 2-Li
will be appointed by President W. A.
McSwain, of the County Y. M. C. A. CUT
association, and will be announced In
the next issue of The Herald and the
The .act of the recent legislature of
[provides for submitting to the people prey
of the county at the comiAng general or p
election the question of turning over
to the County Y. M. C. A. association 12-1
the old building, for Y. M. C. A. pur
poses, upon satisfactory guarantee
that $15,000 will be expended upon it! GET
for improvem'ent, the building, of W.
course, to revert to the county should est <
it ever cease to be used for this pur-1 Nor
pose. If the people should vote .for' go.
turning over the building, the act1 enti:
provides that the county supervisor obje
~ shai mae th
er upon compliance with the
3 a county movement, and it is
to interest every section of the
r in Its success.
t Game for Mr. Sam Jones to be
kyed on West End Diamond
ime of ball will be played on the
End diamond on Saturday aft
i as a benefit to,Sam Jones, the
d second baseman of the West
eam. A great deal of trouble
xperienced in arranging the
owing to the fact that all the
in the surrounding towns de.
,d a large per cent. of the pro
This being impracticable, Mr.
in G. Blease came to the assist
of those promoting the game,
acceeded in organizingi "Blease's
as," which is composed of the
amateur material that could be
in the county, and will try to
t the stunt of the Augusta Y.
A. last Saturday.
Eurekas are practicing every
oon, and are showing such pro
,y in their practice that it is pro
that they will prove' to be the
formidable opposition the West
s have had to go up against this
ause of the worthy cause that is
ting this game, it is hoped that
lover of the sport will avail
If of the opportunity of witness
e contest. The members of the
are giving their time and en
and they rightly expect local
n to show their appreciation by
patronage of the game.
teams will line up as follows:
Lse's Eurekas: Ruff, J., p; Rufr
Neal, 1b; Wright, 2b; Garling
);.Wicker, ss; Johnson, lf; Bur
; Floyd, rf.
t End: McCall, c; Eidson, p
1b; Adams, 2b; Boozer, R., 3b;
nger, ss; Havird, lf; Boozer, D.,
game will be called promptly
0 o'clock by Mr. W. H. Harde
who will handle the indicator
is occasion. Let every rooter,
community come out and pull
3 favorite, and not only will you
mred of a good fast game, but
rill also be contributing to a
Cent a Word- No ad
rtisement taken for 1es
H BEEAD ANfD LSW
continue to get steam raised
iand rolls every morning
hi from the oven. -If you want
i bread we have it. Jones'
[ELDAU makes a specialty of
ure diseases of both sexes., alsf9
phine and other drug habits..He
:his office all day. -7.42-St.
ISHED rooms to rent with or,
tdt boarci. -Apply at 1000 Col
-On the streets of Newberry
dy's small double case gold
~h, for which the finder will be
~bly rewarded on leaving qamne
erald and News office..
ECUTE-We will furnish a first
s barbecue at St. Paul's Luther
thurch in'No. 10 township on
ay, July 29. Everybody is in
I and a good dinner is assured.
J. D. H. Kibler.
E. H. Werts.
* SALESXAN WANTED.
erience unnecessairy. Sell our
tds to the retail trade. Big
Write for full particulars at
Globe Cigar Co.,
OUT the Typhoid germs from
-drinking watei, get it from
rock, pure and sparkling. By
ng you a well drilled, you eut
all surface water. T am
ared for the business. See me
I. A. McDowell
iOUR GLASSES from Dr. G.
'onnor, a graduate of the larg-t
ptical college ir. the world-the
hern Illinois College of Chies
Dr. Connor is located per.an
r in Newberry. gives both the
riit nd guarantees his. work.