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Novements of Many People, New
1%errians and Those Who Visit
Mr. G. W. Sloan has left Eas,tover
W. D. Suber has changed from Kin
ards to Whitmire.
Mr. W. T. Livingston is spending a
while at Whitmire building.
Col. Thos. D. Darlington, a town;
pusher from Laurens, was in the city
Miss Lena Elrod, of Anderson, spe-nt
from Monday afternoon to Tuesday
morning in the city with Miss Maggie
Livintgston on lher way home from
Frink Feagle, of Little Mountain,
visted friends here last week.
Enoree etz. Spartanburg Herald, 2nd.
Mr. L. C. Boland, the candy man,
is in town.
Mrs.. J. C. Harper and little daugh
tier returned Friday from Newberry, 1
after spending sleveral days with
friends -and relativs.-Greenwood In
Mr. F. Lawson Paysinger returned
this week from his trip to Cuba, Key
West, Jacksonville and Lake city, and
joined his trip pan'iNer in Newberry,
Mr. D. A. Livingslton. They had a fine
S. W. Kinard has resigned his posi
tion in the Mollohon mills at New
-erry, S. C., and will move to the coun
try, where he will raise cotiton, is an
item travilding through the press
Mrs. M. B. Evans has returned from
the home of her son, Dr. 0. B. Evans,
at Kinards; The many frends of Dr.
Evans will be glad to Jejarn that he is
convalescing from a severe illness of
two months' duration.
The Cateechee chapter, D. A. R.,
met yesterday afternoon. with Miss
Payne, on Calh6un street. The regent,
Mrs. A. P. Johnstoite, has returned
rom .Baltimore, where she has been
for several weeks, and occupied the
chair at. this meetiing.-Ande.rson In
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
See '-The Climax" tonight.
"The Cow and the Moon" will be
Remember the auction sale set for,
-Tuesday. "Woodlawn" is the thing
'Arthu~r Killer, a legislator of long
experii.ence whose views carry great
weight-The State, 1st..
.Six more weeks before spring, ac
cor'ding to the ground hog which came
out of his den yesterday miorning, saw
* his shadowv and retunned .to his "bole
in the ground."
Seveir'al youtng ladies ware sitting on
* the "igrass curbiong" near Scott's oreek
in-a pioturesque spot, the other after
noon, vdewinig the landscape o'er sand
tlMnking what a delightful place for
A main in .NeWberry 'the other day
said he- took cold from ggtting his feet
wet in The bad sprirngs. He ouight to
buy bedis with springs which have no
creeks in them.-A'nderson Intelligen
cer. Stranige that "the Intelligencalr
shoul give the identical advice given
by 'The Herald 'and News in a previous
PROF. TATE TO SPEAK.
Supervisor of Elementary~ Schools Will
Address Teachers' in High School
Prof. W. K. Tate, supervisor of ele
mentary schools, will address the
County Tepehers association, in the
high schoo4l building in Martin street,
on Saturday morning at 11 o'clock.'
Prof. Tate is an earnest school work
er. and a thoughtful and attractive
*speaker, and his address will be well
worth hearing. The public is invited
to attend an<l hear Prof. Tate.
~Dr. Ilarmis at Carolina.
President Harms, of Newberry col
lege, in the university chapel ,on the
evening of February 5 will deliver the!
first of a series of addresses arranged
for by the Y. M. C. A.
These lectures are to occur every
two weeks on Sunday nights. Mr. W.
P. Mills, secretary of the University
Y. M. C. A.. has thrown himself inlto
the work of securing the bes!t speakers
-mnen of force and acquainted wi'th
the p)rob'lemns andi interests of college
1): Harms is such a man. He spoke
bri.nyi to the students on October 4 to
great applause. An enthusiastic aud
ienc fom thr- nubIlic as' well as from
Iddress This Evening by Dr. C. Ar.
niand Miller of Charleston-Field
Meet This Afternoon.
Founders' day will be celebrated at
the college today with appropriate andi
Thiis evening att 8.15 o'clock public;
yelebration will be held in Hollamd
1all, which the friends of the college
aire all cordially invited to attend. The
fea-ture of the evening will be an ad
iress to Ie delivered by Rcv. C. Ar
nand Mller, D. D., of 0harleston.
Phere will be special musi<, and at
the conclusion of thei exercises tde
president's banner will be awarded by
Prof. Derrick to that class which
;hall ha e scored the largest unber
>f points in the field meet to be held
bhis afteirnoon on the colege athletic
The meet will commence at 3.30 p.
., and will include of the following
events, which will be participated in
by teams from the four college class
Mile relay race.
Standing high jump.
Rumning high jump.
Staiding broad jump.
Running broad jump.
Putting the shot.
DPhe public is invited to be present
wt these athaetic exercises, to which
10 admission will be charged.
The board of trustees will hold their
regular semi-annual meeting this
inorning in Holland hall.
rhirty Dwelling Lots in Desirable
Residence Section Will be Sold at
Public Auction Tuesday.
On next Tuesday morning, February
7, at 10.30 o'cloc'k, with Judge B. B.
Eair on the auction stand, the New
~erry Insurance and Rea'lty company.
vill sell to the highest bidders th'irty
iwelling lots at "Woodlawn," facing
ri'ncipally on Dray'ton street, and
~ouching Clara, Ola and Daisy streets.
'he block of land secured by them is
~urrounded by a community o:: fifteen
2omes already occupied by whbite peo
le only, and has been cut into a large
aumber of lots to satisfy the demand'
Lor dwelling lots in the city of New
erry, which is increasinhg year by
It has been generally known for
some time that this land would be
old at some <time in the near future,
nd the annoan'cemjent that the sale
vill be on next Tuesday will be glad
Ly receiveld by those who have been
rniting for just such an opportunity
Lo buy a "biome place."
The Newberry cotton mill band will
urn'ih splendid music throughout
be sale, and every effort will be made
to entertain the large c:rowd that is
spected. A plat has been made of the
siitire block, showing the location,
ireets, etc., and is published in this
isue of The Hera.ld and News.
LOSES BOTH FEET AND HAND.
horrible Accident to Colored Emnploye
of C., N. & TL. Railroad at Little
John Wicker, a negro, an emnploye
of the extra force of the Columbia,
Nwberry & Laurens railroad, engag
ed in extending ithe sidin~g at Little
Mountain, .had botha .feet and his right
band cut off by a Through freight on
Wednesday morning 'at 5 o'clock. His
head was considerably bruised, and he
t's not expected to live. He hsd
bafn his way to Columbia Tuesday
right and was~ reiturning th-e same way
sce he at'tem.pted to 'swing from the
freight at the station while the freight
was at full speed.
Draton Rutherfordl Chapter.
The Drayton Rutherford chapter, U.
D C., will meet with MIrs. George
Jostone. Tuesday. Februa.ry 7, at 4
o'lock., Mrs. W. H. Carwile,
Death of Aged Negro.
ld "Aunt Ractel'' Dembo, who
long years ago was for many years
the late Major JIames M. Baxter's cook,
died yesterday morning rat 7 o'clock at
her home, which she owned, in Horse
soe street. She must have been be
teen 80 and- 90 years .old.
The A. R. P. Church.
The regular morning and evenmng
see;ices will be held in the A. R.
Presbyterian chu rch next Sablyath.
Thhenmornug discourse will be based
o the choice of Moses: "For he had
respct unto the recompenlse of the
The evening s'ermfO:i will be preach
ed y Rev. J. E. James, of the Presby
t,,,r.nrchh All are cordially in.
MISS LUCIA SPEARMAN DEAD.
Died Suddenly at Home of Her Uncle
in California-Will Rest Beside
Her Mother at Mt. Zion.
Miss Lucia Spearman, daughter of
Mr. W. W. Speairman and his first'
wife, who was before her marriage
Miss Maggie Long, both of whom are
now deceased, died at the home of her
uncle, Mr. J. M. Loag, at Rodonda
Beach, Cal., a short di-stance out from
Los Angeles, on Monday afternoon at
2 o'clock. Her death was very sudden.
The first news of her illness received
in Newberry was a tellegram to Mr.
Jno. C. Goggans on Monday night sim
ply stating that the young lady had
died suddenly that afternoon.
The body will be brought to New
betrry and Miss -Spearman will be bu
ried by the side of her mother at Mt.
Zion church. The remains are expect
ed to reach Newberry on Tuesday.
MIss Speaxmma, had she liv ed, would
have reached her eighteenth birthday
next July. Fohow'ing the death of her
mother several years ago, she lived
for a time and u6til his death with her
grandfather, Mr. G. Fred Long, in the
ery. She was a young lady lovely of
fom and feature, and of bright and
chairming disposition and sympathietic
nature, and she made .friends of all
who knew her. When she left New
berry about a year ago to go to Cali
fornia to make her home with her un
cle, sihe was in the bloom of a health
ful young womianhood, and she was
delighted with the new climate and
her surroundings, aind the news of her
delath came as a painful shock to W11
who knew he-. The cause of her death
is unknown. She was attending school
at her new homie.
She was a niece of Mrs. Jno. C. Gog
gans, Mrs. E. H. Longshore, and Miss
Nora Long, of this city, and of Mr.
Walter S. Spea-rman, of Silverstreet.
The funenal arrangements will be
annonced later. It is probable the
burial will take place on Tuesday af
DEATH OF AN OLD LADY.
Mrs. Addy Dies in Her Eightieth Year.
Her Husband Will be Eighty
five This Month.
At 4 o'clock in the *morninmg of
Tuesday last, ait thie home of her son
vhere she and hier aged life compan
ion were living, near Little Mountain,
Mrs. Mahlaley Addy, wife of Mr. Jacob
B. Addy, died of heart failure after a
week's illness. She was 79 years old
Mrs. Addy wa,s a lifelong member of
St. Jacob's Lutheran churolh and her
life was one long .examiple of Ohris
tin principle and noble devotion to
home and family.
She leaves a husband, wh:o, if he
survives until the 22nd instant, will
be 85 years old. Also s.urviving her are
siix chil.den as follows: Mr. J- W
Addy, Lexington; ;Mr. H. F. Addy,
N~ewberry; Mr. W. M. Addy, Peak; Mr.
Jas B. Addy, Little Mou'ntan, and Mr.
T. E. Add.y, Newherry..
The remiains were interred at St. Ja
cob's chulrch cemeoery on Wedti'esday
morning at 10 o'clock.
Death of a Young Man.
Mr. James Henry Dennis, son of
Mr. andc Mrs. Luther H. Dernnis, died
'at his home near TWrnity Tu'eeday night
about io'clock, aged twenity-eight
years. -He was ill with pneumonia on
ly a little more than a week. Mr. Den
iis leavres a wife', who was Miss Eula
Pitts, and two small children, to
mourn the lose of a good husband and
father. The deceased was known in
the city, being in th>e haibit of helpi.ng
his uncle, Mr. J. T. Dennis, of Satur
days in th's store. His friends will
miss him and to the bereaved family so
suddeily and sadly bereft of their
love one, the sympathies of all are
He was buried yroterday at Symrna
Preyterian chu-rch grounds at 11 a.
i.. service by his pastor, the Rev. Mr.
Laimer. and by the Trinity camp of
Woodmen of .the World, of which 'he
was a member.
MISS AGNES SUDIER TEACHER
IN COLLEGE THAT BURNED
Baltimore, Md., Jan. 31.-Fire which
caused a pani-c and for a time threat
ed the lives of 40 young women situ
dents, destroyed the main building of
're Maryland College for Women at
Lutherville, Baltintore county, last
night. The blaze originated in the
chemistry room on the firsit floor.
The studeints fled to the campus, half
clad, where they huddled .in shivering
groups. Late.r they were sheltered at
neighboring cottages. The college
forerly known las the Luthervi'lle
Seminary, was established in 1833.
Miss Agnes Sunminer, daughter of
Mr. C. E. Summer, of ths city, who
holds the chair of French in Luther
'ville college, wired her father the
mor-ning after that sh;e was safe and
woul write later.
Mr. j. Ben Kenpson's Barn Burned.
Residence on Mr. J. B. Living
ston's Place Destroyed.
The barn of Mr. J. Ben Kempson,
who lives near Slighs, was destroyed
by fire on Tuesday afternoon. The loss
on building and contents is estimated
at about $500, with smiall insurance.
A residenice on Mr. J. B. Livingston's
place, on the Boncombe road between
Newberry and Pomaria, formerly oc
cupied by Mr. Livingston, but occupied
by a negro, George Wadsworth, at the
time of the burning, was destroyed by
fire on Monday afternoon. Most of
th6 contents were burned. The loss
on the dwel'ling is estimated at about
$700 or $800, with no insurance.
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The Wednes&ay afternoon clu-b held
their meeting tbis week with the
Misses Davidson, and had a most en
joyable time cbatting and siming. A
most delightful two-course luncheon
was served the following members and
,guests: Mlisses Gemtrude Carwile, Eli
zabeth Dominick, Carrde Lou Comor,
Fannie Mae Ca:-wile, Lois Gogganis,
Lucile Wilson, Mazie Dominick, Cora
Dominack, 'and Mesdames W. C.
Schenck, J. W. Milne nd Jno. K.
* * *
Miss Elizabeth Dominick will en
tertain quite a large party at bridge
ithis afternoon at 4 o'clock. The ex
pected guests are anticipating a most
The Drayton Rutherford chapter,
U. D. C., and the Calvn Crozier chap
ter will both hold their regular
monthly meetinigs next week. All the
members of the Drayton Rutherford
chapter are most urgently requested
to notify :thei,r hostess, Mrs. George
Johnstone, as to whether or not they
will attetnd the meeting.
;Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edw. Fulenwider, Pastor)..
Notbhin~g preveniting, the .followinig
program of divine servioes will be fol
lowed at the Lutheran Church of the
Redeemer next Sunday.
11 a. m.-The regular imorning ser
vice. The pastor will preach -on the
subjet: "A Man Wanted." There has
always heen a great demand in the
world for men, yerr, great thinkers
have al,ways declared .that men are
very scarce. In the great city of
Jerusalem in the days of Jeremiah,
God said, "Run ye to and fro through
the streets of Jerus'alem, and see now,
and k'nlow, and steJek in the broad
places *thereof, if ye can fimd a man."
God wanted a man. In the city of
thens old Diogenes walked about
wta a 'lighted lan.terrn at noon,~ and
when asked what fhe was looking for
replde.d that 'he was seeking a good
man. It is saidttatone time a
cyic was sent out to 'call good men
to appear before the Roman censor.
This .man walked out to the grave
ya.rd, and stood on a new grave, -and
slaid, "Get up, you dead." When ask
ed for 'an explanation of 'his strange
action, he said, "I am sent out to find
good men 'and they are all under the
ground." Thfe good imen 'are not al!
dead, but there atre' 'more vacancie s
than men, and the cry is going up in
this age: "A M'an Wanted." In the
sermon there will be an ajttempt to
show from God's word the kind of man
7.30 p. m.-There wi.ll be a praise
service. The subject of the sermon
will 'be: "The Archlights 'of the Sky."
This will be another of 'the s'ermons
on the common things of 'the world.
There are three things that make the
world worth while and life worth liv
ing, these 'will be presented in the ser
mon. Thierre will 'be good stinging.
The public is cordially invited to a.ll
Death of a Youth.
Robert Eugene Luther, son of the
late E. B. ILuther, died at 2.35 'this
moning~, at his home at 2015 Assemh
i;y street. He was 13 years old. He
had been 'an invalid since his birth,
but. had always borne 'his sufferings
with courage and resignation. The
funeral will be held at 4 o'c'lock this
a.fternoon a't Prosperity.-Columbita
President Cabaniss Sustains Loss.
Maxeys, Ga., Jan. 31.-The barn 'and
several other out-hiouses5 of President
E .abaniss, of the Farmers.' union,
burned yesterday after'noon. Several
'hundred bushels of corn, wheat and
cotton seed and much thay and ot'her
feedstufif, also the implements, were
The dwelling was saved by heroi-c
work. The fire .is thought to have
caught from the spark of a passing
Mr. Cabaniss is a former Newber
ran and his many friends here will
reri'1' n of hiis mi.3dortu1!'.
EN ROUTE TO COLUMBUS.
Mr. J. B. Mayes With Party Going for
the Next National Corn Exposi
tion Reports Fine Trip.
Mr. Jno. B. Mayes left Columbia on
the South Carolina car at.tached to the
"Carolna Special" on Wednesday aft
ernon as the representatve of the
Newberry chamber of commerce in the
delegation which has gone to Colum
bus, Ohio, to bring the next National
Corn exposition to South Carolina.
The Herald and News yErterday af
ternoon received the following mes
sage from Mr. Mayes:
"Cincinnati, Feb. 2.
"Spent two hours in Cincinnati. Will
arrive in Columbus 2.50. Pleasant trip.
We expect to bring the next exposition
to South Carolina.
"Jdhn B. Mayes."
HISTORY OF A DOG.
A Lost Representative of the Canine
T-ibe Found After Months Since
Laist December was one year ago
when Mr. I. 0. Burton lost a dog. The
winter ended and spring and summer
opened and s;hut; still no tidings, of the
lost dog, until in October last word
came to Mr. Burton that his dog had
been sold from Saluda to Clinton. Mr.
Burton got in: pursuit and the Clinton
mwn asked him ito wait a few <ays and
he would try to get his money back
and would then give np -the do. The
waiting was carried out for several
days when M-r. Burton received word
from the Clinton man that his broth
er-in-law 'had sold the dog to a man
up the country. Last week Mr. Bur
ton heard from the dog at Whitmiire,
not p'ersonally but from another
source. Taking out a search warrant
before the new and already-on-the
spot magistrate, Mr. J. C. Sanple, Mr.
Bunton went to Wtitmire and got his
dog. Strange what ex-penience some
Strict good middling ...........14%
God middling ...............14%
One Cent a Word. No ad
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
BUT TERINE-Bet3ter and more whole
some than 'buttedr, 25c and 30c.
pound at W. . Wilson's, Phone 202.
PHONE 202 for a pound of butterine,
satisfaction .guaranteed. W. 0. Wil
AS LAYERS the Leghorns rank first.
Fftfeetn-egg 'settings ,from S. C.
Brown Leghorns, $1. Eggs per hu
d*ed, $5. Fancy pullets, $2. J. L.
May, Prsperity, S. C. 1t.
WANTED-One or two good salesmnen
'and collectors at once. .Reference
requiired. Address P. 0. Box 241,
Greenjwoold, S. C. 2-3--2t.-1tw~
FOR SALE-1,5)0 bushels of cor.n,
white or mixe'd, eat 73 cents while it
lasts. G. W. Kinard, Prosperity,
S. C. 2-3-3t.
HAVE recei-ed second carload of
brick-,for sale at $9.00 per thou
sand. G. W. K.iniard, Prosperity, S.
FREE-Send 12 names and addresses
of music leaders written plainly and
get a copy of our New Song book,
"Windows of Heaven No. 9." John
B. Vaughan, Athleins, Ga. 2-3-21
DR. W. H. ALDER]IAN, Newtberry's
competent and skilled Veterinary
Surgeon, has formed a partnershii
in his 'hospital work here with Dr.
H. J. Synder, D. V. S., a graduate of
the New York State Veterinary col
lkge. a branch of Cornell university:
He has 'had six years' experience ir
hospital work, and comes to New
berry highly recommended. Dr. Sny
der will have charge of the New
berry 'hospital, and Dr. Alderma'
will have charge of the practice ir
Chester, Lancaste.r, and other places.
LOST-In "Prosperity a chamois bas
containing ten $100 bills, a $20 bill
and a $5 bill. Will pay $100 reward
for return of same and ask no ques'
tions. Bills are useless to anyone
but owner as I 'have number of $10(
bills. Return to The Herald and
News office. Thelma Noxon. 1-31-2t
FOR S.ALE--A full blood Jersey miled
cow; calf two weeks old. Also thre4
pairs of geese. Mrs. W. H. Folk
'Phone 288-7. 1-31-21
FOR RENT-A good two-horse farm
with 5-room dwelling 'house, an<
other buildings, six and half miles
west of Newberry, S. C. H. D. Booz
er TI n.D No. 1. 1-31-3
HEADQUARTERS for fresh Asb.
Fresh sbad in season. Paysinger
ANDERSON, S. C., is known as the
Electric City, but her leading hotel,
the Chiquola, is lighted by Acety
lene gas and why? Because it is
cheapest and best. The Anlerson
Acetylene Light Co. installed for
them a two hundred light "Idea
Epworth Generator" Which is sil
plt. safe and perfectly automatic.
Let them make you an estimate on
your nome and barn or place of
busie::s. They are the Southern
Distributors for the Ideal Epworth
Gennra,or. Address, Anderson Ac
tylpne Light Co., Anderson, S. C.
MARLBORO PROLIFIC corn $2.00 per
bushel. Won first in its class at
South Atlantic Corn exposition.
Made 865 bushels on a two horse
farm in 1910. S. M. Duncan, New
berry, S. C., R. F. D. No. 3.
AGENTS WANTED-We want repre
sentatives on*every rural route and
in every village of South Carolina
to take subseriptions for the Geor
gia-Carolina Agriculturist and
Weekly Chronicle. We -pay liberal
commissions. Write for particulars
to Circulation Manager, Georgi
Carolina Agriculturist and W!
Chronicle, Augusta, Ga. 1-20-tf
JUST arrived, a carload of heart and
sap shingles. Langford & Hus
WANTED-Your laundry work. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Anne Ruff.
FOR SALE-Six thoroughbred brn
Leghorn roosters, 75 cents-$1.00 a
piece. Apply by 'mail or in pe
to Kate L. Neel, R. F. D. No. 1.
MULE FOR SALE-Gray mare miul&
eight years old. Good condition. A '
ply to Jas. F. Epting, Newberry,.
IULES FOR SALE-If not sold befor4
at rivate sale, I will sel at ~ ublic
auction before the court bot.se at
Newberry on salesday in February, ~
five or six good .muaes,. S. B. AulH.
COMM3ERCIAL LIME-One car of A. S.
Lee and Sons commercial -lime on
hand, and for sale. Good for wet kii
sour lands. S. J. Kohn. 1-31-3t.
FOR SALE-Two milk cows. Alex. D.
TRESPASS NOTICE-All persons. ar
forbidden to trespass in any enanner
on any of the land in Newberry
Icounty belonging .to S. S. Bir'ge Co.
EVERY WOIAN should earn $25 pe..
week~ i[ntroducing our very completer
spring line of beautiful wool Antx
ings, wasih felbrics, fancy waistings
silks, hanidkerobiefs, petticoats, etc.
Up to de.e New York city patterns.
Finest' line on the market. Dealing
direct with the mils 'you will find
our prices low. If others..can'make
$10.00 to $30.00 weekly you can also.
Samples, full instructions in nieat
sample case, shipped express pre
Ipaid. No .mony required. Exclu
sive territory. Write for particulars.
IBe first to apply. Standard Dress
Goods Company, Dept 600, Binghawn
ton, N. Y. .1-20-St.
FOR RENT-One new three-room cot
tage. Good water and garden spot.
$5 per month. Apply to T. M. San
NOTICE-Dr. J. W. Sharp, veterinary
surgeon and dentist has located in
Newb.erry and treats; all 4Ainds of do
.mestic animals. Guarantees cures
in cases curable. Answers to 'ealls
promptly, day or night. Examia
tions free. Headquarters at G. W.
Jacobs stable. Phone No. 2.
PHON~E 95 for nice fresh meat. E. L,
Rodels'perger,- Lower Main Street
GET TOUR GLASSES from Dr. G. W.
Connor, a graduate of the largest
optical college in the world-the
Northern Ill.inois College of Chicago.
Dr. Connor is located permanently
in Newberry, gives both the objec
tive and subjective tests by electriic
ity and guarantees his work.
PHONE 95 for nice fresh meat. E. L.
Rodelsperger, Lower Main Street.
FINE FRESH FISH--Received reg
larly during the season which is
now on. Fish of diffjerent varieties.
Spanish mackerel a specialty. Pay
singer & Coward. 1-13
PHONE 95 for nice fresh meat. E. L.
IRodelsperger, Lower Main Street.