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11'.E -NEWSO 1.0i~SPEIRT'Y,
Calvin Aull's ( hildren and I)escend
ants Hold Reunion-Old Soldiers'
Prosperity, August iS.-Mrs. Robert
Civil, of Columbia, is visiting Miss
Miss Lillie Mae Russell left Wed
nesday for Baltimore. where she goes
out as a milliner from Snow %ticalin
Mr. Ernest Mathis. of Batesburg,
has come home to spend his vacation
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M.
Mr. George D. Brown, .r., has gone
to Atlanta, Ga., on business.
Mr. D. H. Brown. of College Park,
Ga.. is visiting friends and relatives
Mr. B. S. Bowers left Monday to
accept a position with the Fitzgra!d
CorrCn company. of Fitzgerald, Ga.
MIr W. A. McSwain, of Newberry,
was in town Wednesday on business.
Miss Annie Moseley has gone to
Lancaster to attend a house party of
one of her college friends.
Messrs. W. A. Moseley, L. A. Black
and J. A. Baker left Wednesday.
Messrs. Moseley and Black for the:
Northern markets and J. A: Baker ac
companying them in their pursuit of:
Miss Hattie Groseclose and Little
irginia Black have gone to Ehrhardt
ta visit Miss Groseclose's parents.
Mr. J. P. Wise and Miss Annie Mose
ley spent Tuesday in Newberry with
Miss Pearl McCrackin.
Mr. J. W. Kinard- and family, of
Leesville, are visiting relatives in
Mr. George Bobb, after a visit to Mr.
Jno. Crosson, has returned to his
home in Columbia.
Mr. Frank Bobb has gone to Wash
ington, D. C.
Mrs. J. A. P. Julian and daughter,
Grace. of Lake City. Fla., are the
guests of Mrs. Julian's sister, Mrs. C.
Mesdames Vina Kibler and Fannie
Bundrick, of Pomaria, have been vis
iting Mrs. J. M. Werts.
Mr. T. A. Dominick has as his
guest his brother, I. A. Dominick and
Mrs. Lizzie Hunter, of St. Lukes, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. H.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wise. of Little
Mountain, were in town Tuesday.
Prof. W. E. Black, of Lexington,
spent Wednesday with his brother,
Mr. L. A. Black.
*---Mr. Will Dobbins, of Whitmire, is
the guest of Mrs. B. B. Schumpert.
The old soldiers' reunion will be
held August 26 at Young's Grove.
Mr. Raymond Fellers, of Newberry,
was in town Tuesday.
The following have gone to Spar
tanburg to attend the old soldiers' re
union: Messrs. A. A. Nates, N. H.
Young, A. H. Miller, J. J. Miller. J. A.
C. Kibler. Kinard, Levi Wheeler. A.
M. Counts. J. C. Counts. B. B. Har.
; S -,ofo-e. R. C. T. iiun+er, E. M.
Cook, G. C. Fellers and R. IL Stoude
No happier occasion takes place
around our little town than the an
nual reunion of the Calvin Aull fam
ily. This reunion took place Monday
at Young's Grove. The three sons,
Messrs. Geo. B., Adam L. and Jno. M.
Aull, also the two daughters, Mrs. J.
M. Werts and Mrs. D. Cromer were
all present, besides more than one
hundred children, grandchildren and
kindred. The older ones gathered
around in groups, were bringing up
reminiscences of childhood happier
days, the young people, knowing no
cares but those of pleasure and the
children, merry laughter all mingled
with sunny smiles all united to make
this day one only of pleasure for this
NEWS FRON ST. PAUL.
School Improvement Association to
Have Pienic-Wheeler and Counts
to Speak--Good Rains.
St. Paul, Aug. 18.-We have had
fine rains through this section quite
recently, and the cotton crop is great
ly improved, thqugh the corn crop
will be very short.
Mr. T. D. Stone and family htve re
'turned from a visit to friends and
relatives at Greenville, S. C.
Miss Jessie Lorrick, of Prosperity.
is the guest of Misses Nula and Nan
nie Mae Sligh.
I am requested by the School Im
provement association of Jolly Street
school to say that there wi'l be a pic
nic at Jolly Street Wednesday, Au
gust 24, to which the public is most
heartily invited to, with well filled
baskets, and spend a pleasant day.
Prof. E. 0. Counts and County Su
perinltenden;t of Educaticr f. S. Whflee'
er bare kindl1y conseuted to be pres
ent and deliver addresses well suited
for the occasion. Refreshments will
be served by the ladies of the School
Improvement association, the pro
ceeds for the benefit of the school
bulMo-z It is we known thra zne
r eiy wn improveA by paint. The
interior needs attention.
Miss Julia Werts spent the past
week with her sister. Mrs. Eddie Gra
ha:n,of the New Hope section.
Ir. -Joe Lathrop, of Newberry, vis
ited his brother, Mr. Lee Lathrop, the
Misses Helen and Narnest Kibler
spent the past week with their uncle,
Mr. Walter Kinard.
M-r. Fred F. Li-:ingston made a short
visit to Spartanburg last week, where
he has been engaged in business for
the past year. He expects soon to go
to St. Augustine, whe-e he has been
called to take a position as teacher.
Mr. Livingston has many friends
rbrou,gh this section who wish for him
iuch success in his new field of labor.
Mrs. Mary Livingston, of Newberry,
spent the past week with friends and
relatives in the Jolly Street section.
Messrs. Boinest and Troutman are
tearing away their old ginhouse and
building a new one better suited for
the business; they have also bought
two new and up-to-date gins, and will
be prepared to do your work in about
one half the time they have been do
The people are all very busy pull
ing fodder this week as the weather
is very fine for this work.
News From St. Philips.
St. Philips, August 1S.-The crops
are suffering very much in this sec
tion for rain. We have had about five
weeks drought. The sections all
around us have been getting plenty
of rain, and we trust our time will
There was a nice crowd at Bachman
Chapel picnic Saturday. There were
some interesting talks made on mis
sion work. The finest number on the
program was dinner; the table was
laden with many nice things; there
was plenty for all and lots left; the
day was very pleasantly spent and
enjoyed 1.y all.
We are glad to know that H. H.
Ruff and C. L. Ruff will give a first
class barbecue at the well-known old
place of Forks school house. There
is plenty of good shade so there will
not be any danger of any one suffer
ing from the heat; they can rest in
the good cool shade; every body come
and enjoy a good old dinner.
Mr. J. W. Lominick is building a
new dwelling house. He is living in
one something over a hundred years
Mrs. W. F. Ruff has been quite sick
but we are glad that she is better at
Miss Louise Singley is visiting her
cousin. Mrs. Hattie Halfacre.
Col. D. A. Ruff and G. L. Sease have
gone to Spartanburg to attend the old
Will close with much success to The
Herald and News. Wade.
Newberrians in Georgia.
Two Savannah graduates, the Rev.
M.'J. Epting, pastor of St. Paul's Lu
theran church, and Dr. H. W. Hesse,
are scheduled to deliver addresses at
the annual reunion of the alumni and
former students of Newberry college,
which will be held in the Laurel Hill
church, in Effinghamn county, Friday.
Newberry college is in South Caro
lina, but has a large clientele among
the Lutheran people in this section.
The church is situated less than a
mile from Clyo.
It is anticipated that quite a large
number of Savannah people will at
tend the reunion. The railroad sched
ule is such that the trip can be made
in a day. There are a number of
former students of the school living
in1 Savannah. Besides Dr. Epting, the
Rev. A. J. Bowers, supply pastor at
the Lutheran Church of the A3cen~
sion, who is officially connected with
the school, will be present.
The Rev. T. W. Shealy, pastor of
Laurel Hill church and president of
the reunion, will preside. The address
of welcome will be delivered by & J.
Metzger of Clyo. Other numbers on
the program will include the address
of Dr. Hesse, who will discuss "New
berry College and the Professions;" a
discussion of whether or not a college
education pays, by Dr. Epting; "Does
a Farmer Need a College Education ?
by Rev. P. E. Shealy, pastor of the
Ebenezer congregation at Stillwell;
"The College and the Church," by Dr.
Bowers, and "The College and the
State," by Prof. S. J. Derrick, of New
berry college.--Savannah News.
Barn Destroyed by Fire.
Little Mountain, Aug. 16.-Yester
day morning about 2 a. m. the barn
and stables of Robert Stuck, who
lives near Pomaria. were destroyed by
fire. One mare and a colt were burn
ed to death. and thre'e mules were
badly ben'ad. The destruction of the
barn, wihich was a large new build
ing, together with his wagon, buggy,
farming implements and new crop -,f
fodder, makes Mr. Stuck's loss very
heavy. There was no insurance. The
Mr. J. A. Blackwelder, of This City
is Manager, and (Iom-ai)y is Do
ing Good Fns-uess
M1r. J. A. Blackwelder. of this city,
is manager of the Shaw Quarry com
pany, of near Waterloo, in Laurens
county. Since the company has or
ganized it has had good business, and
during this week whil.l Mr. Black
welder was in Spartanhurg he was ie
quested to make bids on f)ur con
tracts for gravel. These contracts in
amounts run up into several figures,
and Manager Blackwelder is now in
close touch with those who propose
the expenditure* of money involveJ
-nd, with his experience in this linc
of busine(ss he %will easily make it ul
the advantage of those with whom he
is deftling to do business with him.
A New Dentist
Dr. Robert M1. Kennedy, a graduatl
of the Atlanta Dontal college, of 1904
brother of D. B. Kennedy, of thir
city, who has been practicing in New
berry for the past six years, has Io
cated in Rock Hill and has his office
over the Rock Hill Supply company.
Dr. Kennedy is a native of York coun
ty and his many friends throughout
this section will be glad to learn that
he stands high in his chosen profes
We bespeak for him much success.
-Rock Hill Herald, August 16.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank our many friende
for the kindness shown us during the
sickness and death of our dear wife
and mother. May the Lord's blessing
rest upon each and every one.
W. W. Bridges and Children.
August 16. 1910.
Sunday School Convention.
The following it I.he program foi
the organization of the Sunday school
convention of No. 10 township tc
meet on Wednesday, August 24, at 1(
a. in., at St. Paul's Evangelical Luth
eran church, Rev. Dr. J. A. Sligh, pas
Devotional exercises conducted b
Rev. 0. B. Shearouse.
Election of officers.
Advanced Bible class, Mr. J. L. Bow
les, of Newberry.
Teacher Training, Mr. Jas. F. Ept
ing, of Newberry.
Sunday School Superintendent, Mr
John C. Goggans, Newberry.
This meeting is in accordance witi
the action of the county Sunday school
convention to organize each township
County Campaign Schedule.
Keitt's Grove, Saturday, August 20
Utopia, Thursday, August 25.
Newberry, Saturday, August 2
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Four more meetings of the Stat<
campaign party before Newberry get:
what's coming to her oIi the 27th, to
morrow week, when State and count:
campaigns end here, the State by da:
and the county by night.
About the neatest bit of improve
ment lately seen here has been done a
P. F. Baxter & Son's place of busi
ness. There has been a quick an<
complete transformation in the looki
of it, at the hands of the senior mem
ber of the firm, which will take evei
John Henry by surprise upon his re
turned from Canada.
Rev. W. A. M. Plaxco, of Bartow
Fla., will preach in the A. R. P
church Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock
He will also preach at Cannon'
Creek at 3.30 p. m. and at Prosperit:
A. R. P. church at 8 p. mn. There wil
be no preaching at King's Creek nex
I Eating Time.
Friend--So you dined at a way sta
tion. What did you have for dinner
* ITINERART STATE CAMPAIGN.
** * * * * * * * * *
Week off to attend reunion of Con
federate and g ed shirts at Spartan
burg if desired on August 17 and 16
Anderson, Monday, August 22.
Abbeville, Wednesday, August 24.
Greenwood, Thursday, August 25.
Laurens, Friday, August 26.
Newberry, Saturday, August 27.
NOTICE PRIMXRY ELECTION.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
In accordance with the rules of th
Democratic prrty . apritnrry electioi
is hereby called to be held in New
berry county on Tuesday. August 3C
1910, for the following offices:
Secretary of State.
Adjutant and Insnector General.
S:e Superintendenr of Education.
Congress Third District.
Three Members of the House of
Magistrate in Respective Town
No vote for House of Representa
tives shall be counted unless it con
tains as many as three names.
The managers of election shall open'
the polls at 8 a. in. and shall close
them at 4 p. m.
The following managers have been
appointed to conduct the said elec
Township Number 1.
Ward 1-Jos. H. Hunter, M. M. Sat
terwhite, L. I. Epting.
Ward 2-A. C. Welch, B. B. Hiller,
Harry W. Dominick.
Ward 3. No. I-Alex Singleton, War
ren H. Jones, S. S. Langford.
Ward 3, No. 2-L. S. Darby, J. J.
Porter, J. R. Rivers.
Ward 4-J. R. Davidson, J. M. Bow
ers, W. W. Hornsby.
Ward 5-Isaac Wesson, Fayette
Odell, Arthur Ward.
Helena-B. F. Goggans, B. E. Ju
lien, W. S. Melton.
Hartford-P. M. Hawkins, J. J.
Schumpert, George D. Lathrop.
Johnstone-M. R. Brooks, W. P.
Fellers, J. H. Willingham.
Township Number 2.
Garmany-John T. Oxner, John A.
Suber, Jr., C. S. Ruff.
Mt. Bethel-Joe M. Brown, Eugene!
Brown, W. H. Wendt.
Mulberry-John M. McCullough, J.
P. Wicker, J. A. Sease.
Township Number 3.
Mt. Pleasant-G. Fred Smith, Geo.
H. Cromer, K. L. Glymph.
Maybinton-W. B. Whitney, B. H.
Maybin, J. L. Thomas.
Township Number 4.
Whitmire-Jas. D. Tidmarsh, P. B.
O'Dell, John Morse.
Long Lane-T. E. Chandler, J. S.
Gle.nn, E. C. Folk.
Township Number 5.
Jalapa-J. W. Johnson, A. A. Sligh,
S. B. McCarley.
Kinards-J. A. Dominick, T. H.
Pope, W. P. Smith.
Township Number 6..
Young Mens-J. A. Schroder, F. W.
Pitts, J. C. Longshore.
Longshoresr-J. W. Wilson, S. E.
Senn, D. R. Senn.
Reederville-M. M. Livingston, J.
~H." Dorroh, D. S. Satterwhite.
Township Number 7.
Saluda-E. A. Fellers, J. S. Werts,
H. B. Lindsay.
Chappe1s-J. L. Watkins, A. P.
Coleman, W. R. Smith, Jr.
Vaughnville-J. Pink Davenport, E.
'C. Johnson, W. R. Leave11.
Township Number 8.
Utopia-J. M. Nichols, G. T. Blair,
J. A.. Foy.
Dead Fall-J. F. Stephens, A. P.
Werts, W T. Blair.
-East Riverside-W. L. Buzhardt,
rRobert Paysinger, Willis Schumpert.
.Township Number 9.
Prosperity-M. C. Dominick, M. H.
Boozer, J. A. Baker.
LSt. .Lukes-N. A. Nichols, R. F. Hawl
-ins, N. E. Taylor.
~Saluda-J. C. Cook, H. L. Fellers,
E. M. Mayer.
-O'Neall-T. M. Mills, J. A. Wise, W.
-Swilton-Jacob W. Long, Rufus E.
Shealy, Robert E. Dowd.
Liberty-P. E. Konkle, W. F. Daw
ins, Clarence Dominick.
Monticello-T. B. Warner, W. C.
Little Mountain-S. K. Derrick, A.
C. Wheeler, B. H. Miller.
Township Number 10.
Union-M. L. Strauss, R. N. Taylor,
J. W. Sligh.
Jolly Street-T. A. Ellesor, E. H.!
Werts, C. T. Werts.
St. Pauls-T. A. Epting, J. B. Bed
enbaugh, J. J. Kibler.
Central-D. C. Bundrick, B. S. Wick
er. David Koon.
Township Number 11.
<Zion-S. W. Kinard, W. L. Graham,
W.j C. Cronmer.
,St. Philips-M. H. Wicker, James
'Ruff. Benj. Halfacre.
IWalton-S. D. Crooks, W. B. Gra
ham. G. T. Brown.
Pomnaria-H. F. Counts, J. G. Long,
Geo. S. Wilson.
The qualifications for voting to be
IThe voter shall be twenty-one years
of age, or shall become so before the
succeeding general election, and be a
white Democrat, or a negro who vot
ed for General Hampton in 1876, and
has voted the Democratic ticket con
tinuously since; provided, That noI
white man shall be excluded from*
p articipation in the Democratic pr2
mary who shall take the pledge requr
ed by the rules of the Democratict
No person shall be permitted to vote
unless his name has been enrolled on:
a Democratic club list at least fivec
Fellers & I
With every CASH PURC]
we are going to give you
the amount of the purchase
the time you make the pur<
Cash purchase amounting to $2!
Cash purchase amounting to $2
Cash purchase amounting to $1!
Cash purchase amounting to $11
Gash purchase amounting to $6
Cash purchase amounting to $5
Remember All purchases
Efand up we give 3
How many people of means do yot.
money on land? Small investments
We have a few farms that ought t<
on their cost and at the same tihne n
in the next ten years.
No. 1 Is t70 acres four miles
homestead and tenant house,, rents f
cotton, will cut 250,000 feet of timbe
No. 2 219 acres good eight r
tenant houses, only one mile from Sily
No. 3 900 acres -near Whitmire
land is well timbered, and could reat
No.4. 200 acres in Newberry cou
open, plenty of good timber, rents:
cotton, all for $2,200, on easy terms.
No. 5 300 acres near Reno a goo<
$16 50 per acre.
No. 6 550 acres only three miles
with an oil mill and a bank and
homestead and several tenant houses,
being wr -ked, all for $8,500. Very
is worthy your consideration if you s
good neighbors, has telephone in the
present owner rich enough to retire.
A five room house and two acres o:
worth $2,500 for only $2,0oo.
Four nice building lots on Reed sti
attractive price. Two lots at High
two story house and three acres of ha
We have numerous other propertie
son and Greenville.
New South ReallI
Herald and News Building, Newberry.
After tabulating the result of said bioxes
1~tion. the managers shall certify! office
~same and forward the ballot box, court
l lits and all other papers relat- boxes,
~to such election to the County
hairman within 48 hours after the
lse of the polls. Frank
ngrS wil call for the ballot
EASE over $1.00
one (1-5) fifth of
in Hard Cash, at
hase, as follows:
wil give to you $5
wil give to you $4
wil give to you $3
) will give to you $2
wil give to you $13
wil give to you $1
f $1 H CASh
ou in ard
tknow who baven't made
visely made lead to large
>pay you a large interest
iore than double in value
from railroad village,
or 2800 pounds of lint
r, all for $2,roo.
oom residence and five
er Street for $45 per acre.
for $5 an acre. This
Lily be cut into several
iaty with a t wo-horse farm
or 17o0 pounds of lint
i farming proposition at
from a prosperous village
numerous stores, large
12-horse farm open and
easy terms. This farm
ant a nice home. Has
house, and has made its
E land right in Newberry,
eet in Newberry at an
Point for $550. Large
nd for $4.75o
s in Greenwood, Ander
Masonic Temple, Greenwoo4t.
on and after August 25, at the
of the secretary, in the old
house, where they will receive
ballots and full instructions.
Fred H. Dominick,