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Movements of Many People, Nei
herrians and Those Who Visft
Mrs, J. P. Mahon returns tod;
from visiting friends at Union.
Mr. L. V. Livingston has chang
from Newberry to Pomaria No. 1.
Mr. J. B. DeHart has changed frc
Saluda No. 1 to Coleman.
Mr. J. Thos. Smith -s in the ci
from Georgia and Florida.
Mr. Clarence Smith, of Kinards, w
in town Friday.-Clinton Gazette,
Mrs. Co,e. L. Blease spent Tuesd
afternoon in Newberry.
Mr. H. Sam Cannon, of Columb
was in the city yesterday.
Mrs. T. W. Smith and little Tom "
Jr., returned Monday from visitii
relatives in Charlotte.
Messrs. L. W. Jones and J. B. H.u
ter went Wednesday to Columbia <
Mrs. E. C. Connor went to Nei
berry Friday to visit relatives.
Greenwood Journal, 15th.
Miss Edna Fe-lers, of Prosperity,
visiting here. Later she -will go
Baltimore.-Spartanburg Herald, 14
Mrs. A. N. Hallman is in Newber
this week visiting her mother.-Woo
ruff cor. Spartanburg Herald, 15-h.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Aull were
Ninety Six last Friday.-Dyson cc
'Grienwood Journal, 15th.
Miss,Mattie Ban Browning, of Goli
Ville, visited friends in Clinton la
Friday.-Clinton Gazette, 16th.
Mr. William Smith, of Kinards, w,
in town Sa-turday.-Clinton Gazett
Miss Josephine Sheppard, of Cha,
pells, visited relatives and frient
here Saturday and Sunday.-Greei
wood Journal, 15th.
Mr. J. S. Butler spent the last pa:
of the week in Newberry, yisitin
relatives.-Dyscn cor. Greenwoc
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Wooten passe
*through Dyson last week en routei
Newberry.-Dyson.* cor. Greenwoc
Mrs. Cook, of Prosperity, S. C.,
visiting her sister, Mrs. E. Patto
Kennedy.-A. R. Presbyterian, Du.
Mrs. Thos. L. Cameron and wi:
are visiting relatives in Newberr
county.-Pleasan't Grove cor. Lee
- ville News, 15th.
Mrs. W. E. Eargle and Miss Blanch
Eargle took *a trip to the Newberr
side last Saturday.-Delmar co:
*Leesville News, 15th.
Mr. Jesse Ballentine, or Cha>pin, an
Newel Haigler, of White Rock, stu
dents of Newberry coilege, spent fror
Friday to Sunday at home.-Chapi
cor. Leesville News, 15-th.
Miss Esthe.r Boulware is spendin
a few days at Ohappells as the gues
of her sister, Miss Lizzie Bo'ulwari
who is teaching there.-Dyson co:
Greenwood Journa-l, 15th.
Misses Marie and Nelle Davis an
Miss Nanpie Manni, of this city, wer
to Little Monntain on Wednesday t
attend the funeral of young B'-njami
. Mr. Tom P. Bradley, of Vida-lia, Ga
is ,visiting relatives in the city. Th
coffin factory with which he is cor
nected at Vidalia was recently de
stroyed by fire.
~Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Shealy of th
St. Pe.ter's section visited Mrs
*Shealy's father, Capt. Glen Meetz'
near Prosperity last saturday an
.Sunday.-Leesville News, 15th.
Mrs. Mary Hudiberg, who wa
sti'icken with partial paralysis las
week at the hbme of her son, 'Mr. W
G. Gray, of the Observer, has recov
ered her power of speech and is oth
Judge T. S. Sease and family ar
making their home at present wit1
Mrs. Sease's cousin, Mrs. J. R. Bouk
night on Main street. He spent th
week--end with his family here.
Leesviile News. 15th.
Mr. J1. B. Walton, the affable all
round man at the Newberry Hard
ware company, was out on the street
awhile one day lust week, and hi
many friends were glad to see hin
"Cousin Jerry" is undergoing an "at:
home" season on account cf his "ba
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The court of general sessions wil
convene on March 20th.
At the meeting of the grand chapte
Royal Arch Masons. held in Chat
leston this week, Hon. Geo. S. Mon
er was chosen deputy high priest.
Coroner W. E. Felker thinks hei
going to have peaches this year bf
cause he has peach blooms ahead(
the neighborhood. He was exhibiting
some in town Wednesday. The coron
?r er will have no peaches with his
cream this year.
Misses Jeanette McFarlan and Ju
lia Irby, trained nurses with much ex
perience, are arranging to' open a hos
pital in Laurens at an early day. It
ed is stated that their announcement to
head an institution there has enlisted
the hearty interest and cooperation of
the medical profession and people
generally of that city. Thus are
ty Laurens, Greenville and Union going
ahead with hosupitals, leaving New
as berry behind.
ay OFFICE CHANGES HANDS.
.11r. T. J. Shriver Becomes Manager of
'Newberry Exchange-X/ Epting
1g Mr. T. J. Shriver, who succeeds Mr.
Thas. E. Epting as, manager of the
n- Newberry telephone exchange, arriv
n ed in Newberry on Wednesday even
ing, and has taken charge. Mr.
Shriver is a young man of pleasing
address, who has been' with the com
pany for a number of years, and is
familiar with every department. He
is comes to Newberry from Augusta,
to where ge has had headquarters, hav
ing been connected with the equip
ment department of the company.
Mr. Shriver is a native of Nashvil.e,
Tenn. It will be ihis desire to give
the .people of Newberry good service,
in and he will appreciate any criticism
r- of the service, or any suggestion, if
the parties making them will make
- them direct to him.
st Mr. Epting will go back into the
right-of-way department, on account
of his health.
, JALAPA RED MEN.
D- Enthusiastic Tribe Instituted by Great
s Sachem Otto Klettner on Thurs
day Night of Last Week.
On the 9th instant Great Sachem,
rt Otto Klettner instituted. Lakota tribe,
No. 79, I. 0. R. M. at Ja.lapa, with
d about 25 members. The following are
the elected officers:
d Sachem-Hix Connor.
o Prophet-J. M. Foster.
d Senior Sagamore-J. R. Foster.
Junior Sa.gamore-S. M. Duncan.
Chief of Records-Dr. J. Win. Folk.
nKeeper of Wamnpum-n-George C. '
Gr:Eat Sachem Klettn*er was very.
much impressed with .tne courtesy he I
e~ received at the hands of the Jalapa ~
y people and with the attention which ~
the new Red Men paid to th~e instruc- ~
tion, and he predicts a prosperous fu- ~
.e ture for Lakota tribe, as all seemed I
y to be delighted with the duties which
r. are required of Red Men, to live up to"
the teachings of the Bible, to elevate
dmankind and to live a Christian life. 'l
Great Council of Red Men.
~Th.e great council of the Improved 1
n Order of Red Men will meet in Green- 'I
ville on the second Tuesday in April. E
g Great interest is mnanifested by the I
t various tribes in the approaching s
, gathering. This will no doubt be the s
r. best .convention in the 'history of the t
order, as the order of Red Men has "
d made rapid strides fiuring 'the p'ast1(
twelve months, under, the administra
tion of Great Sachem Otto Klettner. s
Many great chiefs are expected to t
'be present to deliver addresses.
The great sachem having offered ft]
'prizes $50, $30 and $20-for the best fl
e adoption degree work; a great many' r
degree teams will thereby be drawn y
into the contest. The degree team of Y
Bergell tribe are practicing 'and a n
committee has already been appointed
to purchase new regalia. It is pre- 'I
dicited that Mr. 0. S. Goree, the d'- l1
gree master of the local lodge, with b
his team will be the leading victor
in the contest. ~
t Death of a Little Child.
-Irene Parker, 4 years old, was
- burned about a *montfl ago in Green-;
- ville, from the effect's of which she
died on Tuesday morning in that city. a
e The family formerly resided at WestiO
End, where some of 'them are now
living, and the body was brought
eTuesday afternoon for burial at Westt
End cemetery, the Rev. J. D. Shealy a
conducting the -services.
The following is from the Green-.
vilule News of Wednesday:
"Irene, little 4-year-old daughter ofc
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Parker, No. 131 d
sChoice street Camperdown mill, died
yesterday at 3 a. mn., after intensee
suffering for five weeks caused from
a ccidental burning. Slhe and he'r little
sster lighted the dry grass with
matchies and her clotthes caught on a
fire. and she was burned so badly be- r
fore her mother got to her, she; never
recovered. All was done that could
1e di'Jne but of no avail.
"The remains were taken to New
berry for interment in the family
C layton Memorial Church. 1
s Rev. W. H. McGlauflin, D. D., of v
~- Chicago, will preach at 11.30 a. mn. on s
Sunday next. t
Newberry City Schools Will Observe
Anniversary of Birth of the Great
According to prev:ous announce
ment in the amiual bulletin, the city
schools will suspend work on Wash
ington's birthday, and will observe it
in appropriate exercises.
Dr. J. Henry Harms, president of
Newberry college, and an orator of
recognized ability, will deliver an ad
dress on "Washington's Military ca
reer and Patriotism." Dr. George B.
Cromer, a former president of New-;
berry college, and recognized as one
of the ablest platform speakers in the
State, will also deliver an address on
"Washington's Boyhood Days and
A male quartette will render "T-he
Star Spangled Banner." A chorus of
sixty-five. of the largest pupils will
sing several national airs, such as
"The Good Old U. S. A.," "America,"
"The Stars and Stripes," and "MY
Dream of -the U. S. A."
The pupils are now being drilled
Dn this music, and it will be worth
oming to hear.
The exercises will be held in the
:ity opera house, and the hour has
been set at 8 p. m., so that the public
-an attend. No admission is charged,
mnd it is hoped that the building'will
So long as we remember Washing
:on, and emulate his virtues the per
petuity of our government is secured,
ind its strength of defense will lie inl'
its citizenship rather than in its
Ireadnaughts. Let us not fail to hear
what these two distinguished men
iave to tell us about the great Vir
Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edw. Fulenwider, Pastor).
Nothing preventing, there will be
he regular services at the Luth-eran
3hurch of the Redeemer next Sunday.
[he following is the program:
11 a. m.-The regular morning ser
rice with a sermon by the pastor on
he subject: "The Converted Man's
elation to the City in which He
.ives." There was a ume when men
hought that, in .order to please God
Lnd live the best }ife, they must go
nto the dens and caves of the earth
way from 'business and their fellow
nen, but we 'havie passed -away from
hat conception of lire and are begin
iing more and more to realize that
he best life is alivea In touch with
nen, n'd- the best character formed
n the marts of the world. The words
f the text are these: "Lord, what wilt
hou have' me to do? And the Lord
aid unto him, Arise, and go into the
:ity, and it shall be told thee what
hou must do."
Some thin.gs of practical import
.nce that the citizens of every city
hould consider will be presented.1
7.30 p. m.-The subject of the ser
aon will be: "'The Gardens of God."
3his will be another of the evening
ermons on the common things of
ife. It is 1-nteresting to note that
ome of the .most important and tragic
cenes of the world's- history have
aken place in gardens. Notably, the
Fall" in Eden, and the agony of
hrist in Gebhsemiane.
Men mnay admire their fields which
uggest toil, laibor, and profit, but
bey love their gardens which sug
'est beauty and pleasure. It is said
bat when old Diocletian was invited i
rom his retreat to resume the royal
urpl.ewhich 'he had laid down some
ears before, he exclaimed: "CouldI
ou but see those fruits and herbs of
ine own raising at Sa:lona, you
rould never talk to me of empire."
ihe *subject, suggests many practical
ssons. There will be good music at
4 p. m.-The Sunday school meets.
"here are classes for all ages.
The public is cordially invited to allt
e crvices. ~
Aother Child I urned Dead.
Another chHld burned to death was
dded to Newberry county's long list t
f accidental deaths, e.n particularly a
e deaths of children by fire, when a: c
ree-year-old negro child, the daugh- I
ar of Walter Harmon, was burned to e
crisp at-the homne of jits parents, on
Er. C. . Buzhardt's place, a short 5
istance southeast of Ine city, Tues
Iy. is the samte old story-the
hild left alone with a fire. The child a
i the natural thing for one of its l
g--began playing in the fire. il.s
lothes caught, and the f!an:ys speed
y got in their horrible work. When
>nd the baby was on its all-fours.
1 the position in whic:h writhing in
ony it met the terrible fate which
esultedc from the carelessness of ius
Rev. M. 0. .1. K~reps to Preach.
Rev. M1. 0. .J. Kreps will preach at
t Lukes Lutheran church, near
'rosperfity, next Sunday morning at c
1 o'clock. At the same service he a
ll present the cause of 'the Lutheran
eminary. There will be no collection
One of the most enjoyab-le parties
of the season was given St. Valen
tine's evening by the meanbers of the.
Woman's club at the hospitable home
of the president, Mrs. W. H. Hunt.
Each year an anniversary entertain
ment is given to which the memb,rs,
their husbands and a few friends-1
jusr. enough to complete their number:
of fifty-are bidden, and this was one
of the pleasantest they nave had. Red,
St. Valentine's color, was the chosen
color for the decorations. The chan
deliers and arches were garlanded
with red hearts, red tapzzrs cast a soft
light over the rooms and the valen
tine scheme was effectively carried
out in the decorations of the table and
the reifreshments. Large red hearts
with headless -ladies upon them were
given each gentleman and partners
were found for supper by getting a
head to fit the body from some one of
the guests. During the evening Prof.
Voigt gave a most enjoyable instruc
tive talk on Italian art, and Mrs.
Thomas,. Mrs- Robertson and Mrs..
West, Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Jones
rendered maost charmingly a musical
The Jasper chapter, D. A. R.'s met
with Mrs. W. Y. McFall on Monday
afternoon. After the transaction of
business Mesdames Purcell and Le
[and Summer read interesting papers
:n the chief battles of the revolution,
after which .refreshmznts were served.
The Misses Dominick were the hos
tesses for the Wednesday afternoon
lub this week, and gave a most
:harming entertainment in the form
cf a Washington afternoon. The
uests were asked to draw scenes
rom Washington's home, and for skill
n guessing what each picture rep
esented Mrs. Hermi3:. Wrighk was
:resented with a Wasnngton plat--.
Nfissi Bianwhe Davidson xceived a
>rize for her skill in animal sketch
ng and much fun was caused by each
uest reading the biggest story they
ould concedve of. Martha Washing
on cake, ice cream with cherries, and
~offee were served the following
guests: Misses Mary Carwile Burton,
lanche Davidson, Gertrude Carwil-e,
3a Wilson, Fannie Mae- Carwile,)
f,oriat Maritin, and Mesdames Herman
Wright, Fran~k Sligh, and Jno. K. Aull.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Welch celebrated
:heir golden wedding Monday with a
~ourse dinner given to the 16 guests
vho were present at .their, marriage.
Lfter the dinner an informal recep-l
ion was held when a number of
friends cropped in to congratul'at4 1
dr. and Mrs. 'Welch and wish themn
nany 'more happy days. The househi
as beautifully decorated with bad-f
yoo and golden~ jonquills,'-an'd -the day]
roved most enjoyable to all. 1
The Philathea class of Central
~hurch gave a valen-tine party at the 4
tome of their teacher, Mrs. J. W. e
White, on Tuesday evening. The ec;l
r scheme, -red and white, was ve2ry
rettily carried out in the hall, 115.
ary and parlor, hearts being used
>rofusely. A most intei'esting pro
~ram was carried out during the.
vening, consisting of piano solos by4
tisses Josephine Dunbar, Blanche
~leason and Mr. T. Finck; vocal solos
y Misses Mabel Williamson and Etta
helley, and recitations by Miss
amie Paysinger and Messrs. Heber
~allentine, and "Jno. Paysinger.
Much nierriment was caused by a
eart hunt, in which Mr. Hipp won
he prize, a box of candy, for finding1
he greatest number- of hearts.
Light refreshments were served,;
nd a r.eat sum 'was realized from the
lver offering which was taken at
he door. Aboutl o'ne hundre an
wenty-five were p'resent.,
Mr. Will M. Long and Miss Maggie
. Bickley were happily married at
he home of the bride's parents, Mr.
nd Mrs. .1. S. Bickley, on the evening;
f the 15th of February, 1911, Rev,.
). P.Qoyd ofliciating. All of thi's
peial for Satulrday February 1'8 at
('ard of TIhanks.
I desire to thank all of my frienids
nd( especially the Red Men for their
indness shown towards Us in our
ep sorrow in the death of our hus
and ~andI step)-father, S. G. Carter.
Mrs. .Jenni E. Carter,
Rev. WV. H. McGlauflin. D). D., of -
higo. willI preach at th' opera i
OUSe on Friday nightr. Service~s i)(
i at s a. ni. .John S. Cook.
('onunty Pensioni Board.
The pension board for Newberry
ounty will meet February 22, in the
udito's office at 1 1 o'clock. This
ill be the last meeting of the year.J
W. G. Peterson,
5 (:RO?S IN SUCCESSION.
That Was the Late Col. Ellison S.
Keitt's Record on ils Enoree'
Col. Ellison S. Keitt was an alum
nus of the South Carolina university
in the class of 1852. Inl 1853, h.? was
married to Miss Wadlington, and af
ter that settled on his Enoree planta
tion and planted and gathered on the
same plantation fifty-three crops in
CAPT. ELLISON S. KEITT.
succession. That is a record that
very few people have the opportunity
Some years ago, at the request of
the editor of The He-ald and News,
0ol. Keitt left wfth us, a photograph
)t himself taken in his uniform as
,aptain of Keitt's Mounted Rifles,
which we presen-t in this connection.
Protracted Meeting Methodist Church.
A protracted meeting will begin at
entral Methodist church on Sunday,
onducted by the Rev. E. T. Adams, of
St. Louis, Mo. The hours of the\ser
vices during the week will be an
Home Missionary Society.
The Home Missionary society of
.entral church will meet with Mrs.
T. W. White on Friday arternoon at 4
)'clock. The election of officers andl
)ther important business will be
Union, Feb. 15.-Miss Bertha Le
iora Hamilton and Prof. Johxn Wil
am Wallae- were nizrried here yes
erda.y afternoon in tine Methodist par
onage by Rev. W. C. Kirkland. Prof.1
allace is superintendent of the But
alo high school and Miss HamnjIton~
a a teacher in the school. /!
The marri-age came as quite -a sur
)rise to their many friends through
mt the country. Immediately after
ihe marriage Prof. Wallace and his
>ride returned to Buffalo in an auto-1
noi>ile. They were accompanied by a
mmrber of friends from Buf0alo.
Miss Hamilton is a daughter of P.
?. Hamnilton, of Carlisle, and is one of
JnIon county's popular young ladies.
Prof. Wallace is a nativTe of Newber
-y county, and is a graduate. of the
itadel. He has mnaide mainy friends
ine coming 'here in September.
~otton market.. .. ..... ..I .. .. 14c.
)ne Cent a Word. No ad
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents..
ne lot men's $2.50 and $3.00 shoes,
clean sweep sale $1.79. They come
in patent, vici and gun metaL.
R. H. Anderson & Co.
VANTED-Second han'd bags andI
burlaps. Write for prices. Rich
mond Bag Company, Richmond, Va.
pecial for Saturday February 18, at
10 o'clock we will sell good spool
cotton, 200 yard spools 1c. spool, 101
R. H. Anderson & Co.
[EADQUARTERS for fresh fish.
Fresh shad in season" Paysinger &
3 o'clock for :30 mInutes mien's 50
cents shirts 25c. 2 limit.
RI. H. Anderson & Co. .
END ME your name, age and occu
lation and learn about the best'
H-ealith and Accident Policy that a
little money can buy. Lamar Ward
law. Columbia. , 2-17-4t
packages Arm & Hammer Soda'
clean sweep sale 25c.
RI. H. Anderson & Co.
OR RIENT-One vacant bed room
over office J. A. Burton. T. C. Pool.
ust received 310 dozen ladies' spring
* R. H. Anderson & Co.
UST arrived, a carload of heart and
sap shingles. Langford & Hus
Somvs and girls 12 1-2e. and 15c. Hose
Clean sweep sale, 9c. pair.
R. H. Anderson & Co.
LE.RN AUTO0BILE BUSINESS
Take a 30 days practical course in
our well equipped machine shops
and learn the automobile business
and accept good positions. Char
lotte Auto School, Charlotte, N: C.
Clothing $2.9S to $18.4S. R. H. An.
derson & Co.
NOTICE-Positively no trespassi
on either of the undersigned's land
either hunting or fishing. If caugh
we will enforce the law. D. A. Ruff
Perry Halfacre, A. B. Piester, D.
Halfacre, J. L. Huff, A. P. Huff, L.
Ringer, Benj. Halfacre, G. K. Wi
er, Loamma Ruff, W. L. Kibler.
Best aall- shirt made, clean sweep
sale 79c. R. H. Anderson & Co.
KING cotton seed, pure, $1.00 per
bushel. W. C. Sligh. 2-14-tf.
Just received big shipment of sprin
hats for men.
R. H. Anderson & Co.
POOR MAN'S DELIGHT cotton
pure. Early cotton; produces 5
12 locks .to boll. Most prolifte gro
er. $4.00 per bushel. W. C.
100 - overalls clean sweep sale 79e.
R. H. Anderson & Co.
WANTED-One or two good sal
and collectors at once. Referene
required. Address P. 0. Box 24
Greenwood, S~ C. 2-3-2t-1
Beacon shoes $3.00 and $3.50 just
good as the $4.00 and $5.00 kind.
R. H. Anderson & Co.
AGENTS WANTED-We want repr
sentatives on every rural route an
i6 every village of Soutl& Caro
to take subscriptions for the Geor
Weekly Chronicle. We iy
commissions. Write for patic
to Circulattoi Manager, Georgia
Carolina Akriculturist and W
Chronicle, Augusta, Ga. 1-20
9 bars octagon. soap clean sweep sal
B. H. ,Anderson & Co,
NOTICEr-Dr. J. W. Sharp, vdteii
su-geon and denitist has located in
Newberry and treats -all kinds of do
mestic animals. Guarantees -cures
in cases curable. Answere to cal
profiptly, day or night. Exa
tions free. Headquarters at G.
Jacobs stable. Phone No. 2.
PHONE 95 for nice fresh meat. E.
Rodelsperger,, Lower Main Str
GET YOUR GLASSES from Dr. G. W.
CoAnor, a graduate of the larg
optical college in the worl e
Northern Illunois College of Chica6o
Dr. Connor is located permanently
in Newberry, gives bptfr the objec
tive and subjective tests by eleotric#
ity aird grarantees his work.
FINE FRESH FISH-Received jegu
larly diring the season which'-is
now on. Fish of different varieties.
Spanish mackerel a specialty. Pay
singer & Coward. ,1l13-tf,.
ANDERSON, S. C.,, Is kn6wn as the
tlectric City, but her leading hotel,,
the Ohiquola, ist lighted by Acety
lene ges and why? Because it is
cheapest and best. The Andersoia
Acetylene Light Co. installed for
them a two hundred light "Ideal
Enworth Generator" iwhich is sim
ple. safe and perfectl5rautoetic.'
Let them make you an estinate on
your homne and barn or. Dlacej
businle3s. They are the Southe
Distributors for the Ideal Epwol
GenArator. Address, Anderson'A
tyl one Light Co., Anderson, S. C.
DR. WV. H. ALDERMAN, Newb
competent and skilled Veterina
Surgeon, has formed a- partnzrh
in his hospital work here with Dr.;
H. J. Synder, D. V. S., a graduate of
the New York State Veterinary col
1lege, a branch of Cornell university.
He has had six years' experience ip
horspita.l work, and comes to Ne
berry highly recommended. Dr. Sn
der will have charge of the N?ew
berry hospital, and Dr. Aldermia
will have charge of the practice
Chester, Lancaster, and other place
FOR SXLE-Two milk cows. Alex. D).
Pulaski Lodge, L. 0. 0. F..
Pulaski Lodge, No. 20, I. 0. 0. F.
vill meet Friday night, February
tt 8 o'clo'ck at Klettner's HalL
W. H. Hardeman, N.
W. G. Peterson, Sec.