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NEWS OF PR"OSPElyTY.
Many Visitors in City and Many Pros
perity People Visitino-Miss Erin
Rohn Goes o) Tennessee.
Prosperity, Sept. 1.-Mrs. M. 4
Morris is spending this week with he
mother in Lyke,sland, S. C.
Miss Erin Kohn passed through th
city on Wednesday en route for She
byville, Tenn., where she goes to b
i)rincipal of the primary departmer
of Dixon academy. Her many friend
especially her former wee learner
gave Miss Erin a most hearty welcom
and speed her with good wishes.
Miss Cornelia Capers leaves toda
for her home in Washington, D. C
after spending a month here with he
aunt, Mrs. J. L. Wise.
Miss Marie Schumpert is visiting i
Mrs. J. A. Simpson has as her gueE
Misses Gussie Kibler, of Atlanta, an
Maggie Werts, of Newberry.
:Irs. Swygert, of Peak, is visitin
Mirs. Elvira Kibler.
Messrs. W. A. Moseley and J. A. Bal
,er returned Wednesday from th
Mrs. Jno. Crosson is spending th
week in Leesville.
Rev. S. P. Koon, who has been as
sisting Rev. P. E. Shealy, of Stillwel
Ga.. in holding a series of meeting
returned home Wednesday.
Prof. Thornwell Haynes has returr
ed to Central.
Miss Essie Black leaves Tuesda
for Mount Pleasant, N. C., where sh
'will enter Mont Amoena Seminary.
Mr. Chas. P. Barre, one of the co
porteurs of the Lutheran board ct pub
lication, who has been canvassin
North Carolina and Virginia, has rE
Mr. W. L. Matthews, of Columbia,
the guest of Mr. A. B. Wise.
The following attended the farmer
meeting at Clemson: Messrs. S.
Kohn, S. S. Birge, R. T. C. Hunter an
R. C. Hunter.
Mr. P. C. Singley has gone to Sa
,vannah, Ga., for several days' stay.
Mrs. E. W. Luther and -daughte
Julia. are visitng Dr. R. L. Luther.
Miss Chole Groseclose returne
Wednesday to Ehrhardt, S. C., afte
spending several weeks with Mrs. I
a Mr. E. N. Mathis, of Abbeville, Ga
is visititgg his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. B. V. Chapman, of Chapin,i
spending a few days with Mrs. J. I
Miss Lilla Kibler left Thursday fo
Monroe, N. C., after a visit to her sie
ter, Mrs. J. A. Simpson.
Mr. Ed. Monts returns Saturda
* from Lowndesville, S. C., where he ha
* Miss Isoline Wyche leaves Satui
day for Athens, Ga., where she wi
teach French and German in Athen
Prof. J. E. Hunter returns Septenx
ber 4 from Chicago, where he ha
been taking a summer course in th
'University of Chicago.
Mrs. J. I. Bedenbaugh and childre
are visiting her mother Mrs. T. I
Mr. S. D. Duncan and family, an
Miss Nannie Simpson, leave Monda
for Greenwood, where they will tak
charge of the Riley hotel. In thei
leaving it will be Prosperity's loss, biu
ITE XS F ROX WRHITMXIE.
Delightful Social Affairs.-Persons
Mention of Many Tisitors.-Other
Whitmire, Sept. 1.-Miss Eunic
Abrams, of Newberry, after a deligh:
ful visit to her aunt, Mrs. McD. Metti
'has returned home.
On last Tuesday evening all of oul
young people gathered at tt sett
* and well kept home of Mr. McD. Mett
to surprise Miss Lucile Metts and MiE
Eunice Abrams and render them a
evening of enjoyment. Mrs. Mett
surprised them with delightful ic
cream and cake.
Miss Sallie Metts, after a month
stay with relatives, has returned t
'her work as milliner in West Virgini:
Miss Lucile Metts, too, has gone 1
resume her duties as stenographe
and typewriter for a firm in Baltimor
Miss Corrie McCarley has gone ove
to Atlanta to buy those beautiful hat:
We hope they will not be so large.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Jeter and daugi
ter, Miss Frances, attended the Bet
Eden picnic. They enjoyed being i
their home neighborhood and havin
the hearty hand-grasp of the friend
of the past. They spent Wednesda
night with Mr. and Mrs. Geo.! C. Glas
gew. It was such a pleasure for Mr:
Jeter to see her cousin and pupil(
the past. Eunice. in her handsome ne
and well furnished home enjoying th
happiness of. a very progressive an
intelligent husband and many brigi
children. On the following day the
were served an elegant dinner at th
homoe of Mr. F. W. Higgins.
e surrounin g country at a lawr
party, at her country home, lasi
Thursday evening. All report a pleas.
Miss Johnson, of Clinton, and Mist
Inez Dobbins spent last week witl
Miss Sarah Lou Scott.
r Misses Daisy and Rena Whitnei
and Miss Winnie Henderson, ari
e spending the week with Mr. M. A
I- Abrams and family.
e Mrs. 0. A. Jeffcoat has returne
Lt from a visit to her mother at Sharon
3, Miss Marion Higgins, of Newberry
s,is visiting Miss Frances Jeter.
Mrs. J. E. Cofield and Miss Kati
Howie have gon6 to Greenville, havinj
y been called there by the serious ill
., ness of Mr. C. S. Howie, who is in i
r hospital, having been operated on fo:
n Mr. Jno. Calder, of Winston-Salem
spent last week with his wife at Mrs
t J. E. Cofield's and with other relativ
d es here.
Mr. S. H. Baston has accepted a po
g siton as manager of a company stor
at Goldville, and he and his famil:
will soon leave for their new home
eMr. Will Dobbins will have a positiol
with Mr. Baston. - - --
Mr. Jno. McCarley has resigried hii
position as section master for the S
-A. L. and accepted a position with an
other railroad: we are glad to knom
that his family will still be with us
They moved yesterday into the Jas
"Mr. Leisel Copeland and Miss Bessi(
V Copeland, of Renno, and Misses Iren(
e. Adair and Susie Owens, of Clinton
are the guests of Miss Lena Young.
Last evening a party was given a'
the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Jetei
g !in honor of the visiting young ladies
Misses Winnie Henderson, Daisy and
Rena Whitney, Irene Adair Susie Ow
ens, and Lidie and Helen Coleman. 11
is always a pleasure to see the young
g people enjoy themselves and we oldei
T. ones should encourage them to meel
d thus, for too soon the burden of lif(
will rest heavily upon them and witl
what pleasure they will look backward
to these happy by'-gone days.
Misses Lidie and Helen Coleman, ol
Coronaca, are the guests of Miss Fran
d ces Rice at Mrs. Jno. P. Fant's.
The News of Excelsior.
.,Excelsior, September 1.--Miss O0li
i.Counts has returned home from Atlan*
s Miss Louise Eleazer, of Chapin, and
'Marium Bull, of Columbia, are visit
ing Mr. J. C. Singley's family.
r IIn our notes in Friday's Herald and
- News we mentioned the Rev. Y vor
A. Riser being called to assist the Rev
y J. A. Sligh in his -services with St
s Paul's and Bachman Chapel churches
and by mistake left out St. Philips
-church. These three churches consti
1! tute the pastorate and I correct the
s mistake, and ask pardon for so doing
Excelsior Sunday school on Sunday
-elected the following delegates to rep
s resent the school at the Sunday school
e convention which will meet in Grace
church, Prosperity, Friday, September
n 2nd, 10 o'clock a. m. Delegates: Mrs
I. J. C. Singley, Messrs. J. F. Wheeler
and D. B. Cook. Alternates: J. C.
d Singley, Magnus Kibler and H. J. Kin
e We had no preaching Sunday after
r noon as the Rev. irs. S. Caldwell was
t away from home.
Mrs. JOE Maffett, of Saluda coun'ty
and Mrs. Lottie Derrick, of Newberry
have been the guests of Mr. D. B.
Cook's family this week.
"For He's a Jolly Good Fellow."
One of the old time editors of the
e South, sometimes imbibes too freel3
of Kentucky's famous product, and
when he so refreshes himself he for
gets to go home at a reasonable hour
and sometimes ambles in at 3 a. m.
rHe was in a joyful mood on one occa
y sion, and after many efforts at the
sfront door lock, he succeeded in get
s ting into his hall, but he could not
fnd the stairway.
s Finally on all fours, he was hunt
e ing the lower step and succeeded ir
awakening his wife at the same time
s She came to the banister and called
oover, in a frightful tone:
t"Who's here?" The genial colonel
0 tried to straighten himself and an
"It's your husband, madam. Whon
r were you expecting?"
i.Another time he was in the same
happy rhood and returning home al
San early morning hour, wondered
h what he would do to explain his de
l lay to his wife. Passing through the
g hall he had a glad thought. He gath
s ered unto himself an umbrella frorr
y the hall tree. Proceeding upstairs he
sat down upon the foot of his wife's
sbed and raised the umbrella over him
Awakened suddenly she met with this
v bewildering appartion and exclaimed
d "What are you doing? - Are yot.
y "I'm merely waiting for the coming
e storm, my dear."-National Monthly.
(I Curtain lectures reach a man bx
that he can
out a s]
it will I
tn out "Asto- sh
L swed I our in.,
S h oe. $3. 00-"
$3.50-$4. 00, it
equals the best
owes its reput
to the fine se
comfort and C
Shoe will give
you'll say yo
your town an(
Look--for the C A D
Re B* CRADD(
on the box
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NOTICE TO DRAW JURY. mon
Notice is hereby given that we, the
Iundersigned, jury commissioners for
Newberry County, S. C., will on the
2nd day of September, 1910, at 9
o'clock a. in., in the office of the clerk
of court, openly and publicly draw the *
names of thirty-six men who shall will
serve as petit jurors at the common in E
pleas court, which will convene at ever
Newberry, S. C., on the 19th day of
September, 1910. L ps
Jno. L ps
Eug. S. Werts,
Jno. C. Goggans,
Jury Commissioners for Newberry Mi
. County, s. C. o'clc
August 22, 1910. ond
Saved wful - ther
SedFrom AflPeril. whi(
"I never felt so near my grave," nigh
writes Lewis Chamblin, of Manches
ter, Ohio. R. F. D. No. 3, "as when
a frightful cough and lung trouble Cate
pulled me down to 115 pounds in spite
of many remedies and the best doc
tors. And that I am alive today is Mi
due solely to Dr. King's New Dis- o'clo
covery, which completely cured me. ular
Now I weigh 160 pounds and cau
work hard. It also cured my four two
children of croup." Infallible for I15,
Coughs and Colds, its the most cer- Tues
tain remedy for LaGrippe,' Asthma,
desperate lung trouble and all bron
chial affections, 50c and $1.00. A ^
trial bottle free. Guaranteed by W. Mi
E. Pelham & Son- -Tues
____ ____ ___ ____ ___- nity
Woodmen of the World. but
Maple Camp, No. 437, W. 0. W., has
meets every first and third Wednes- epid
day eveL.ing at 7.45 o'clock. V.It- er b
ing brethren are cordially welcome. we
D. D. Darby, ened
T. Burton, Clerk. W. I
Newberry Camp, No. 542, W. O. W., Af
mewets ciery second and fourth Wed. as:
nesday night in Klettner's Hall, at Paye
8 o'clock. num
B. B. Leitzsey, C. c. the:
J. J. Hitt, Clerk. taxe
Amity Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M. and
Amity Lodge, No. 87, A. F. MI.,
meets e.very first Monday night at 8
o'clock in Masonic Hall. Ne
Visiting brethren cordially invited. -
Harry W. Dominick, If
J. W. Earhardt, W . tn
Signet Chapter, No. 18, B. A. K. Iall r
Signet Chapter, No. 18, R. A. M., IE. P
meets every second Monday night at --
a o'clock in Masonic Hall.
Fred. H. Dominick, TI
Harry W. Dominick, E. H. P. class
Golden Rule Encampment. tend
Golden Rule Encampment, No. 23,
I. 0. 0. F., will meet at Klettner's
facturer of shoes knows
play up any one feature SHOUL
,s to in producing a shoe
He can make it stylish
ifortable, or he can turn A FOL
Loe so heavy and stocky
aever wear out. He also
ows that a nicely balanced FOR FI
mbination of these three
oe virtues is about the
rdest problem in shoe In your
g. While yo
The your incc
iern Girl age cuts d
ation and its many friends wil P]
nse of proportion of style,
lurability, each to each. 401 Il
saw better style-a neater,
. Your foot never knew
rt than The Southern Girl
Once you've worn a pair e
j never got better value in -
y. Look up our dealer in
I let him show you the line. ge Bank
ICK-TERRY CO. L
I CAN TEST OUR LUMBER
way you please. It will stand
.eudidly. For we handle no Round I
und stuff of any description.
know and you will learn that
>est lumber is the cheapest in
)eginning as well as in the end.
our lumber decidedly comes
quality called "best.''su l
IEWBERRY LUMBER CO.
th at 8 o'clock.
L. H. Hunt,N
.G. Peterson, Seribe. Chattanooga,
Pulaski Lodge. A ccount Nati<
taski Lodge, No. 20, L. 0. 0. F., 1910. Ticket
meet Friday night, August 19, scheduled to a
lettner's' Hall, at 8 o'clock. Let with final limi
y member att"'d. on or before xi
~. Petrson, J. M. Davis, Rcmn,V
1.Pto, Noble Grand. Rcmn,V
Secretary. Account of th<
rgell Tribe, No. 24, I . . . and 1 2 and foI
~ets on Thursday nights at 8 fr on1t
ck. Next regular meeting on insec- nt
ofJune, and every two weekinpotnt
eafter until September 15, after Cincinnati, 0.
h time will meet every Thursday Account Gene:
t at Klettner's Hall. 5-26, 1910.
0. Klettner, C. R' with limit to r
echee Council, No. 4, D. of P., midnight Oct.
L. 0.11. l. Knoxville, Tei
ets on Tuesday nights at 8 Account Appa
ck at Klettner's Hall. Next reg- Tickets sold di
meeting on 31st May and every limit returnin~
weeks thereafter until Septemberg
fter which time will meet every sale. See age:
;day night. O. Klettner, R. C- Baltimore, Mc
ewDery Ldge,~c ~f ~Account Bient
sets every second and fourthofOdFlw
iday night at 8 o'clock, at Frater- sale Sep. 9 an
Hall. original startin
Van Smith, Atlanta, Ga.,
.Bowman, C. C. Account Sover
K. of R. & S.-19.Tikt
rsentery is a dengerous disease, limit returning
can be cured. Chamberlain's than Sep. 28,:
, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
been successfully used in nine St. Louis, Mo.,
mics of dysentery. It has nev- j Account Gran<
een known to fail. It is equally
a.ble for children and adults, and 2 1-28, 1910.
1 reduced with water and sweet- I final limit to r<
.i elsapleasant to take. Sold by midnight Sep.
FICE TO TAX DELINQUENTS.AconBrt
ter being as lenient and indulgentAconBrt
possible toward delinquent tax-anCndaS
rs, I find that there are still a and 25, and fo:
ber who have failed to pay for before noon Se
year 1909, both State and county reach original:
3 and city taxes. In pursuance of 5, 1910. Exte
luty, I shall be compelled to levy AtlantiC City,
make the money.
M. M. Buford, Account Natio
Sheriff. 1910. Tickets
werry, S. C., Aug. 15, 1910. limit returning
S-- than Sep. 20,
your liver is sluggish and out of Cicnat,
and you feel dull, bilious, con- Cnint,O
.ted, take a dose of Chamber- Account Ohio
s Stomach and Liver Tablets to-Tiktonsl
t before retiring and you will feelTiktonal
ight in the morning. Sold by W. limit returning
elham & Son. i sale. See ager
Barbecue. Unexcelled Tr
e undersigned will give a first-: Pullman SleeI
barbecue at Slighs station, on. Lighted Day C
3., N. & L. road Friday, Septem-. For detailed in
2. Everybody is invited to at- Agents, or
and enjoy a good dinner.TN.LME ,
JT. D. H. Kibbhr. -'N. .MEK
oht Tonme Atlanta,
case why not start NOW?
ur capacity to earn is good,
me steady. Build before old
Dwn your earning power.
ictive account at this bank
erest Paid on Savings Account
That Always Treats You Right
rip Excursion Rates
ewberry, S. C.
Tenn., and Return - - $13.40
mial League of Postmasters, Oct. 12-14,
;on sale Oct. 10th and 11th, and for trains
rrive Chattanooga before noon Oct. 12th,
t returning to reach original starting point
idnight, Oct. 17, 1910. Extensions.
.and Return - - - $12.00
Grand Fountain of the United Order of
rs, Sept. 13-20, 1910. Tickets sold Sept. 11
-trains scheduled to arrive Richmond be
.Tickets limited to reach original start
ater than midnight Sept. 22, 1910.
,and Return - - - $17.30
ral Assembly of the Episcopal Church, Oct.
'ickets sold Oct. 3, 4, 5, 6 and 10, 1910,
each original starting point not later than,
m., and Return - - - --
lachian Exposition Sep. 12,-Oct. 12, 1910.
tily Sep. 10 to Oct. 12 inclusive, with .final
ten days from, but not including, date of
its for further particulars. f
[., and Return - - - $16.95
.ial Movable Conference of the Grand Order
(Colored) Sep. 12-17, 1910. Tickets on -
10, 1910, only good returning to reach
g point not later than midnight Sep. 21,1910.
mnd Return - - - $6.00
eign Grand Lodge of I. 0.0O. F. Sep. 19-24,
on sale Sep. 16, 17, 18, 1910, with final
to reach original starting point not later
and Return - - -$32.00
iAerie, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Aug.
rickets sold Aug. 18-21 .inclusive, with
each original starting point not later than
n, and Return - - - $13.65
erhood of St. Andrew of the United States
ep. 26-Oct. 2, 1910. Tickets sold Sep. 24
trains scheduled to reach Nashville, Tenn.,
p. 26, 1910, with final limit returning to
starting point not later than midnight Oct.
N. ., and Return - - $22.45
nal Encampment G. A. R., Sep. 19-24,
sold Sep. 15 to 19 inclusive, with final
to reach original starting point not later
and Return - - - $
Valley Exposition, Aug. 29-Sep. 24, 1910.
daily Aug. 28 to Sep. 24, 191o, with final
tndays from, but not including, date of
its for particulars.
ping Cars, Dining Cars, and Electrically
oaches on all through trains.
formation call on Southern Railway Ticket
A. G. re.:... ALEX. H. ACKER, T. P.A.
Ga. Augusta, Ga.