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2oyements of Many People, New.
berdans and Those Who Visit
Mr. 0. J. Havird made a business
visit to Charleston last week.
Mr. Ed. Scholtz, of Charlotte, was
fn the city this week.
Mr. T. B. McIntyre has moved from
Prosperity to Mollohon mill.
Mrs. J. M. Bowers is visiting her
son, Mr. Jas. A. Bowers, and family,
Mrs. W. E. Merchant has returned
.to her home at Jalapa after visiting
relatives at Blackville.
Rev. J. D. Shealy, of Newberry, was
in Leesville last Tuesday on business.
-Leesville News, Nov. 2.
Mrs. M. M. Humbert, who has been
in bad health for several weeks, was
-very much worse yesterday.
Mr. J. Stanmore Langford has mov
ed to his new home near the residence
of his brother, ex-Mayor Julius J.
Dr. J. A. Meldau his moved to the
house just vacated by Mrs. A. S. Eid
son, corner Johnstone and College
Miss Annie Greene, of Newberry, is
the guest of Mrs. Vernon in South
Converse street.-Spartanburg Her
ald, November 2.
Miss Ella Berry has gone to Silver
street, to attend the bedside of her
mother, Mrs. Berry, who is sick.
Johnston News-Monitor, Nov. 2.
Mrs. A. S. Eidson and her sister,
Miss Alice Salter, have returned to
their former home at Trenton. Their
mny friends regret their departure.
Mr. Carl Epting is in Richmond, Va.,
connected with the Southern Bell
Telephone Co., in a good positon.
Carl got there. He will continue to
Mr. Jack Summers, of Pendleton,
was in the city Wednesday on his way
to the fair. Nine years ago the re
porter and Jack separated at Helena.
It was a pleasure to see him.
Mr. J. C. Adams has moved to the
large Stewart house, corner Johnsetone
and Wilson streets, and will run it
as a boarding house, the recent oc
cupants of the place having gone else
where In the city.
Mrs. S. E. Broaddus and her daugh
ter, Miss Lenore Broaddus, have re
turned from a long and pleasant visit
to Miss Lenore's sister, Mrs. W. B.
Sanders, at Pine Bluff, Ark. These
ladies are welcomed back to New
A. C. Jones, of Newberry, who en-!
joys the distinction of being the dean
of the U. C. T. members of this State,
came out of North Carolina one day
last week with orders to burn-but he
didn't burn them. He sent them into
his house and then proceeded to have
a collision 'with the mayor's automo
bile. Tne auto wasn't 'hurt a bit and
Mr. Jones' injuries were only slight
-The State, Oct. 31.
iVARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT,
Mr. Mat W. Clary has moved to his
new house in Boundary streat.
Laurens is very much in evidence
at the State fair this week.-Laurensf
Advertiser. So is Newberry.
The Bachelor Maids will hold a
business meeting at the chamber of
commerce next Tuesday afternoon at
At the meeting in Columbia Wed
nesda.y night of the South Carolinaj
clttb, Col. 0. L. Schumpert was elect
ed vice-president for the third district.I
The Newberry doctors attending the
pellagra conference in Columabia Wed-*
nesday morning were 'Drs. W. G. Hou
seal and J. B. Setzler.
At the T. P. A. smoker in Columbia
yesterday afternoon Mr. A. C. Jones
was on the programme for a talk on
State Organizer J. B. O'Neall Hollo
way addressed the meeting of the
Farmers' union in Columbia last
Tihe. W. C. T. U. will have a hot~
supper Tuesday night at the old court!
house. They will have a candy booth,
an apron t,ooth and a miscellaneous
All the ladies of Central church are
asked to meet In the church parlor
Friday afternon at 4 o'clock, to com
plete the arra.ngements for their an
nual bazaar, which will be December
Mr. W. A. Hill withdraws his card
et nomination for alderman for Ward
1, 'with thanks, however, to the friends
'who nominated him and those who
have urged him to stay in the race.
He finds It necessary to decline.
The choir of the Lutheran Church
of the Redeemer will meet Saturday
afternoon promptly at 4 o'clock at the
chnrch for the purnosa of practicing.
All members are earnestly requested
to be present.
The members of the executive com
miLtee for the city primary are re
quested to meet at the office of The
Herald and News on Monday evening
at 7.30, November 7, instead of Tues
day, November 8.
Mr. J. B. Walton says he very much
appreciates the good intention of the
friend wao nominated him for alder
man, but must decline to make the
race. He also desires to thus public
ly thank all those who have so kindly
urged him to run.
The ladiis of the Presbyterian
church announce that the chryanthe
mum show advertised for next Tues
day evening at the old court house
has been postponed until Friday even
ing of next week. The place will be
announced in the next issue of the
The synod meeting at Newberry was
a very excellent and delightful occa
sion. Everybody enjoyed it. New
berry is a great place anyway. It is
a fine town. Aveleigh church build
ing was just about right for the meet
ing to be held in. Even deaf folks
could hear in it very well. And it is a
beautiful building.-Our Monthly,
Clinton. Well said. It is even so.
Newberry needn't be so stuck up
about its postal savings bank. York
county has a number of banks that
are just as safe and pay bigger inter
est on deposits.-Yorkville Enquirer.
Don't be jealous because Newberry
enjoys the distinction of being the
first city in the State to have the pos
tal savings bank. The honor is worth
ily bestowed and the favor is appre
ciated. And the Newberry banks are
second to none in the, State, York's
to the contrary notwithstanding.
STATE FAIR VISITORS,
As Picked Up by the Daily Papers.
Jno. C. Goggans, of Newberry, is
registered at the Columbia.
A. J. Bowers, of Newberry, is reg
istered at the Columbia.
A. D. Hudson, of Newberry is among
the fair week visitors. He is a well
known farmer and is president of the
South Atlantic States corn exposition
and the Corn Breeders' association.
The corn exposition will be held in Co
lumbia from December 5 to 8.
Robert Smith, one of the leading
farmers of Newberry county, is in the
Col. Alan Johnstone, senator from
Newberry and president of Clemson
college, is registered at the Jerome.
Senator Johnstone is very much in
terested in the fair and in the wel
fare of the agricultural interests of'
John M. Kinard, a prominent bank
president of Newberry, is here.
J. F. Schumpert, of Newberry, ser
geant-at-arms of the senate, is a fair
Mr. Charles P. Pelham, manager of
the Newberry hotel, Newberry, is reg
istered, with Mrs. Pelham, at the Je
rome. Mr. Pelham, a former student
f the University of South Carolina, is
ighly popuar with the traveling
salesmen, having been on the road
imself for several years.
Clerk of Court John C. Goggans, of
Newberry county, and Clerk of Court
William Gilmore Simms, of Bartnwell
ounty, both registered at the Colum
ia hotel Monday evening, at about
te same time. It just happened that
way. Mr. Goggans-who has a son in
he law school of the University of
outh Carolina, another son being aL
eader of the bar at Austin, Texas
was graduated ,from Fuaman univer
sty at Greenville in 1876, and has
een clerk of the general sessions and
cmmon pleas courts of his native
ounty for more than a decade. Pre
iously he was clerk and treasurer of
he city of Newberry. Mr. Simms is
he grandson of the poet and novelist
whose name he bears. His daughter,
iss May Simms, is a graduate of the
Colege for Women, Columbia.
Mr. F. H. Dominick, of Newberry,
aw-partner of Gov.-elect Blease, came
own Tuesday for the fair. Mr. Dom
nick took a very active part In the
>rganzation of Mr. Blease's campaign;
orces and was a material factor ini
1s success. Mr. Blease has been sick"
or some time and it is not ~expected
e will be here this week.
.Amity Lodge, No. 87, A. F. X.
A regular communication of Amity
odge, No. 87, A. F. M., will be 'held on
onday evening in Masonic Hall, at
which time "Home-coming day" will!
e observed. Several of the Grand
odge officers will be present, and the
. 14. degree will be conferred. The
usiness session will be held at 6:15
p. in., and the work will begin prompt
Visiting brethren will be cordially
H. W. Dominick. W. M.
3. W. Earharrit Seretary.
PROF. JNO. C. GOGGANS SHOT.
Accident in Hunting Party on Thurs- La
day-Not Thought Injury Will
Prof. Jno. C. Goggans, Jr., assistant
in the engineering department at New- La
berry college, was accidentally shot da
while out hunting near Kinards yes- W(
terday at about noon. It is not T:
thought he was very seriously injur- th(
ed, but he was taken to the hospital de
in Columbia yesterday afternoon. did
Prof. Goggans and Prof. Rountree, 1
of the college, had gone over to Kin
ards to visit Prof. Goggans' relatives an
for the day and had gone out shooting -
doves. In some way Prof. Goggans an
was in range of one of the guns in the col
party at the time it wis fired, and sev
eral shot took effect in his face, one no
penetrating the corner of his eye. He tul
was taken to the home of Mr. J. C.
Gary, and medical assistance was se- ing
cured as soon as possible. He was at
tended by Dr. Thomas H. Pope, of tiv
Kinards, and Dr. Wm. E. Pelham, Jr., tal
A telephone message from Kinards fo
yesterday afternoon stated that it was
not thought the effect of any of the W
shot which penetrated Prof. Goggans rel
would be serious. The most serious, in
of course, is the shot which lodged in
the corner of the eye, but it is hoped
the sight will not be seriously in- be
Prof. Goggans is very popular iniW
Newberry, and has many friends
throughout the State, being a gra
duate of Clemson college, where hel
took a high stand in his studies and i
was one of Clemson's best known men m
on the athletic feld. His many friends da
hope for him a speedy entire recovery. Gr
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SOCIAL * I
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The members of the Ladies Aid so- ]
ciety of the Lutheran church were de
lightfully entertained Tuesday after
noon at the beautiful home of Mrs.
A social event of the fall season
will be the wedding and receptions of
Miss Camile Evans and Mr. J. N.
Stone, which will take place at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. I
H. Evans, Wednesday, November 16, ]
at 6 p. m. pr4
Mrs. 3. E. Norwood entertained at Re
bridge Wednesday afternoon in honor
of Mrs. Aubrey Parsley, of Wilming-i vic
ton, N. C. chi
5* * tio
Miss Sarah Houseal gave a beau- I
tiful Itallow'een party Monday even- wi:
ing for her gnests, Miss Frances Sea- of
brook. About fifty young people madeel
festive the hours from 9 until 12. ani
Monday afternoon the Woman's club Ofl
arried out the following literary pro br<
gram at the home of Mrs. E. B. Wil- coi
bur: Roll call. Responses, "A Fact oui
Pertaining to Michael Angelo." See- spi
ion review-+-Mrs. R. D. Wright. Paper: bes
lotto-Mrs. Wallace. Discussion: coi
ichael Angelo-Mrs. Jones. Reading: ser
(iotto's Power by Longfellow-Mrs. I
*5* * F.
One of the pleasantest and most all
eautiful entertainments of the sea
~on was the luncheon Wednesday, M
iven by Mrs. Mayes in honor of her e
~uest, Mrs. Seabrook. Places 'were ar
anged at the table for fourteen andne
ech guest found her place by means oci
f hand-painted cards. The eight
;urses served all carried out the idea adii
f the Hallow'?en season. 'The guests be
were: Mrs. Wmn. Seabrook, Mrs. W. D
l. Carwila, Mrs. Walter Hunt, Mrs. . I
as. McIntosh, Mrs. Sam Jones, Mrs. in
obertson, Mrs. Mayer, Mrs. Houseal, of
dfrs. Fulenwider, Mrs. Smith. MissSt
dinnie Gist, Mrs. Kinard, Mrs. McF'all. tak
The Drayton Rutherford chapter,
)aughters of the Confederacy, met 4
with Mrs. B. M. Dennis Tuesday after
2oon. On account of the small num-C
er present very little business could
e attended to. A delightf "t salad
ourse was served by Misses Carrie I
ion Connor and Mary Brooks Dennis. agc
"Our Old Sweethearts." inv
All the world loves a lover, or a ber
ove story-so all will be interested by
n hearing the romantic love story of
'Our Old Sweethearts" as told by the
achelor Maids on Thursday evening
goveber 17, at 8 o'clock in the Elks
Admission only ten cents, a dainty
alad course, sandwiches, coffee and on
~hocolate will be sold after the play.
Come and be entertained and get a
elicous lunch. You will be helping
Gov.-Elect Blease Improving.
Gov.-elect Blease. who has been
uite ill at his home in Newberry, isas
nuch Improved, and, while he is still
~onfined to his room, hopes to be outbo
n a few days.bo
Subscribe for The HTerald and gret
NEWS OF BACHWAN CHAPEL.
chool Opens.-Rev. Anderson Closes St
Heetlng.-Appeal For "The G<
Idler's" Park. St
Sligh's Nov. 2.-There was a con- St
iderable change in the weather dur- G<
ng the past week. The frost of last St
5unday morning reminded us of a
finter morning. The fields look dark St
The tarmers have been busy this St
week digging and making their sweet
The season has been fine for sowing G<
Union Academy school will open Cc
rhortly with Miss Sarah Caldwell as
;eacher, who will board with Mr. and
drs. T. J. Wilson. Al
On Wednesday p. m., the 26th of C<
ast month at 4 o'clock at the home
>f the bride's mother, Mrs. J. K. Epps,
dr. Eugene McCullough and Miss Cc
lice Epps were married by Rev. X. Cc
). Kinard, of Newberry. Shortly af
;er the marriage all preseDt were in
rited out to the dining room where C<
L grand feast had been prepared of Cc
he, best kind of eatabiles for those
)resent. We extend our heartiest con
ratulations and best wishes to the Cc
iappy couple. Cc
Rev. W. R. Anderson closed 'his tent
neeting near Johnstone Academy on
ast Sunday night. A large crowd Al
athered to hear his closing sermon Cc
ough the night was very cold. He
-eturned to his home in Laurens on
ast Monday mornin!g. The atteni- Cc
lance would have been better if the Cc
weather hadn't been so chilly.
The Colony, Beth Eden. and St.
rames parsonage is complete and Cc
,ome of the members gathered on last Cc
Wednesday to clean out the house .
and the yard and also build a lot
'ence. It is a nice piece of property.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0
V. B. Franklin who has been confin
d with pneumonia is better now.
Miss .Carrie Werts and brother, Mr.
r. D., of Saluda, spent last Saturday
iight ait the home of Mrs. J. K. Epps. H
We suppose there will be a large
:rowd go down to the State fair this
week. This is a. fine trip for any one
rho hasn't been there in several
rears. There is plenty of attractions. T]
Won't some one help The Idler to
leure his park? It seems that be is
Ike Job of old, ''He has the patience."
IVE CARLOADS OF F
BEEE CONFISCATED _
Birmingham, Nov. 2.-On warrants
~worn out before Judge Fort of the
~rimnal court by C. W. Austin, former
~hief of police, and one 'of the active
eformers of the city, Deputy Sheriffs'
~hew and Cowin this morning confis
~ated five car loads of beer in rail -
oad yards consigned to different peF(
e here. A car load of whiskey wasF
nfiscatsd last night.
The -railroads have been notified not
o remove the stuff until the court has
issed on the matter of destruction.
he railroads claim that their duties
.s common carriers have not been
ompleted as they are not responsible
or the contents of the consignments.
~OR SALE-One coal heater for sale.
Has been'- used very little. J. K.
RIVED-Dr. I. E. Crimm the wellF
known Eye Sight Specialist has ar
rived. His offices are located over __
Burton's Real Estate office. Con
suit him~ about your eyes.
OUR OLD SWEETHEARTS" by 'the
Bachelor Maids, November 17.
11-4-4t. .I .LA
'OR BENT-One furnished room for .
rent. Apply 1831 Johnstone street
IANO TUNING-If you need the ser
vices of an artist in this line, Prof.
Shub' will be here on the 14th inst.
Leave your order with J. L. Bowles,
Chamber of Commerce Building. F0
OR SALE OR RENT-Three-horse1
farm. Apply to M. M. Buford, New- w
berry, S. C. 11-1-3t.
E "OUR OLD SWEETHEARTS"1
Thursday evening, November 17, at DI
Elks hall. 11-4-4t.
'AINED NURSE, colored-Mattie I
Spears, graduate o alrLn
hospital, Columbia, offers her ser- ..
vices to any one needing a trained1
iurse. 138 Hunter streetCI
OST-White bull terrier puppy sixj
months old. Please return to R.
McC. Holmes. 11-1-2t.
[ONEY TO LEND-Apply to Mowar
& Bynum, attorneys. 10-28-6t. GE
OST-Between Newberry and Po-I
maria, last Saturday night, one IE
large leather bask memorandum
book with bank book and several j
lumber bills. Libedi1 reward.. E
Thomas Sbee-y. Prosperity, S. C., C
. . D. No 3. 11-4-1t. e
A SMALL FIRE.
wrence Mobley, Colored, Loses His I
Dwelling and Furniture-No
L new six room cottage owned by
wrence Mobley, colored, in Boun- i
ry street, was destroyed by' fire i
dnesday afternoon at 6 o'clock.;:
e fire was well under way before
alarm was sent in and while the
partment responded promptly and
good work, after reaching the fire,
house was too far gone when the
rm came to make it possible to save!
Uawrence Mobley is a Saluda negro,
I was away from home in Saluda
inty at the time of the fire. He has 1
vife and seven children and carried ]
insurance on the building or furni
*e and lost practically everything. I
Che fire started in a closet adjoin
the chimney and it is not known ]
ether it was caused from a defec- k
e flue or from one of the children ]
'ing a lighted taper into the closet.
dalcolm LeSesne, the -hose wagon
ver, had the misfortune to have his i
>t badly mashed and Chief H. B. 1
1Ms lost a solid gold ring, but I
neone found the ring and it was I
urned to Mr. Wells yesterday morn- I
Phe department would much prefer i
Lt the alarm be sent in promptly ]
ause it is much easier to handle 1
small blaze than to handle a fire i
11 under way.
41ean 'maximum, 77.3; Mean mini
im, 53.1; mean, 65.2; maximum, 94;
:e 2nd. Minimum, 25; date 30th.;
eatest daily average 38.
Cotal, 3.97 inches. Greatest in 24 1
irs, 2.40; date 8th..
qumber of days with .01 inch or
Tre precipitation 8; clear, 20; fair,
)ates of killing frost 29, 31.
rhunder storm 6th.
)n 30th minimum temperature 25. 4
.owest on record for October.
Iainfall ten months, 39.94 Inches.
W. G. Peterson,
Church of the Redeemer. 1
Rev. Edw. Fulenwider, Pastor.)
fothing preventing, the following
>gram of divine services will be ob
ved at the Lutheran Chburch of the
deemer next Sunday:
.1 a. m.-The regular morning ser
e with the holy communion. The
irch will be opened for the recep
ci of members.
p. m.-The subject of the sermon
1l be: "Order, Beauty and Life out
Chaos." Text: Gen. 1:2. "And, the i
th was without / form, and svoid;
I darkness was upon the face of the
~p. And the spirit of God moved up
the face of the waters." Only the
~oding spirit of the LivIng God t
id bring order, beauty, and life I
of a chaotic mass. The brooding ~
rit. of God alone can bTing order, 3
~uty, and life out of the chaot:ic '
ditions confronting us today. The fI
mon will be practical.
lunday school meets at 4 p. m.
are are classes for all.
'he public is cordially invited to
seting of County Farmers Union.
'he regular monthly meeting of the
mnty Farmers' union will be held
:t Saturday, November 5, at 11
y order of the union, all contest
s in the corn contest are urged to
present and make reports of their
se acre of corn.
~ecause of some slight iregularities
making the reports, -the awarding
the prizes was postponed till next
urday, when the County Union will
e up the matter..
11 contestants will please bring a
rple of ten ears of corn produced
the prize acre.
J. B. O'Neall Holloway,
ounty Secretary Farmers Union.j
Tr. Jno. G. McMaster, some years
-practiced medicine in this coun
No. 2 township. The following S
[tation has been received In New
ry and will be read with interest
his many friends:
Mrs. Cornelia Boyd Gourdin
invites you to be present
i,t the- marriage of her daughter
Dr. John Gregg McMaster
the evening of Tuesday, November
the fifteenth I
nineteen hundred and ten
at seven o'clock
Kingstree, South Carolina.
Who are these anarchist people ?" I
Why, they want everything every
y else has got, and they never
;h theirselves," returned Johnny.
Dh, I see. They is the little boys
(Corrected by Nat Gist.)
rict good middling ............13%
od middling .................13%
riet middling .................13%
(By Robert McC. Holmes).
rict good middling ............14
>od middling .................13%
rict middling ... ..., ... ... ..13%
(By C. J. Purcell & Co.)
riet good middling.. .. .. ..14
Pod middling ..................11%
riet middling .......i.........13%
(By Summer Bros.)
riot good middling ............14
eod middling .................13%
riet middling ... ... ..... ..13%
>tton seed ..................40
(By A. P. Coleman).
I white cotton ..............14 1-14
tton seed ....................45
(By J. P. Long).
tton seed ....................42
(By Aull & Hipp).
tton seed ...................
(By Smith Bros.)
tton seed ....................37
(By J. L. and A. G. Wise).
I White cotton ..............14
tton seed ...................,4.
(By C. F. Lathan).
tton seed ..... ..........48
(By Glenn-Lowry Mfg. 'Co.)
ne Cent a Word- No ad
vertisement taken for les
than 25 cents.
LVE YOU seen the new wate64
$2.50 and up, at Daniels & Wil
IE VERY latest stylas In 3eweir;
snappy and up-to-date. DanieW
IR SAIE-.-The best family horse
the State. R. Y. Morris. 104
[E VERDICT of those who kno
Daniels & Williamson's new Cu
ilass and Silverware, the ,prettiest
wver shown in Newberry, and the k
pricas lower than you pay for tn<
~erior goods elsewhere.
ER RENT-Three or four two-hors
~arms in the St. Luitas commn1 nt
o. 9 township, by J. C. Dominck
~urprisingly low prices. Danie1s
GHEST' prices paid for hides. T'.
LI Sanders, 1000 Main street.
R SALE-A pair of fine mules, s
rears old. Apply to 3. C. Dominick
1. F. D. -No. 7. 10-18-4t-Itaw
X these chests of silver, 26
or $11.50, at Daniels: & Wil
NGFOBD & BUSH AIRDT are in ths
narket for cotton seed and will pay
hie highest prices. Best shingles dan
own. . 943-ti.
T YOUR GIEL one of those kaau
iful Lockets and Chains. Engraved
ree, at 'Daniels & Williamson's.
B CHOICE meats and low prices
~all on T. M. Sanders41000 Main St.
L.TCH our windows for specials.*
)aiels & Williamson.
.G. W. CONNOR, Optometrist, wiln
ie in Prosparity every Wednesday
nd can be found at Dr. E. N. Kib
er's office for the fitting of glasses.
1AE SALESMAN WANTED,.
Experience unneeessary. Sell our
,rands to the retail trade. Big'
>ay. Write for full partienlars at
Globe Cigar Co,
T YOUR GLASSES from Dr. G1.
V. Connor, a graduate of the larg
st optical college ir. the world-the
Iforthern Tllinois College of ChIcr
'9. Dr Connor is located perman
utly in Newberry, gis es both the
bjective and subjective tests by4
lectricity and guarantees his work4
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