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Movements of Many People, New.
uerrians and Those Who Visit
Dr. Charles Gaillard, of Spartan
burg, spent the week-end in Newberry.!
Mrs. Sallie Dickert ha gone to Co
lumbia to join her husband.
Cadet L. W. Green, of the Citadel
academy, is home on a seven days fur
Miss Annie Green, of Spartanburg,
is on a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Green.
Mr. D. R. Lavender, of Newberry,
spent the week-end with his family in
the ci,ty.-Gaffney Ledger, 21st.
Hr. C. C. Sligh has changed from
New York to Lehigh Tannery, Carbon
Mr. Will R. Sondley, a farmer of
near Columbia, was in the city Wec
Messrs. A. C. Jones, Sr., and J. R.
Fair, of the road, are in the city simul
Mrs. W. W. Culbertson has returned
from a week's visit to her daughter,
in Newberry-Ekom cor. Laurens Ad
Mrs. George W. Newman and her
daughter, Miss Aliene Newman, of
Columbia, this week visited Misses
Alice and Jessie Hornsby.
Rev. Witt and Mr. Byan Crout took a
wagon trip to Newberry on business
Friday and ' Saturday.-Delmar cor.
Leesville News, 22nd.
Prof. Kleckley and family visited
- relatives in Newberry county Satur
day and Sunday.-Delmar cor. Lees
ville News, 22nd.
Miss Bessie Wheeler attended the
.anniversary meeting of the Newberry
college literary societies last Friday
night.-Pleasant Grove cor. Leesville
Mrs. John Mills, of Newberry coun
ty, and Mr. John Cameron, of Newber
ry, visited their brother, Mr. T. L.:
Cameron yesterday.-Pleasant Grove
cor. Leesvil'e News, 22nd.
Miss Cora Cubertson, teacher of the
school at Mudic, and Miss Cora Grif
fin, teacher of the school at Vaughn-1
ville, have both been given vacation
-with pay to. attend the meeting of the
State Teacher's association this week.
Miss Lillian Riser and Miss Frankie
Herlong visited the former's sister,
Miss Anniebel, at Pomaria, Saturday~
and Sunday.-Pleasant Grove cor.I
Leesvi-le News, 22nd.
Mr. Robert Wilson spent Sunday1
in the city with his father, Dr. J. H.
Wilson. Mr. Wilson is manager of
Newberry college baseball team this
year. He is a member of the senior
-class.--Orangeburg Times and Demo
Mr. Samuel Derrick, who lives siX
* miles beyond Newberry, came over
* Thursday eveniing, a,nd is now at his
father's, Mr. A. E. Derrick's, who died
Sunday night. He states that Capt.
H. H. Folk, ~his 'father-in-law, is still
uneb-!e to walk.-Leesville News, 22nd.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT
Cotton seed fell to 30 cents.
Nine Halfacres take The Herald and
News on R. F. D. No. 5, alone. * 1
Some of the ladies in Newberry
h!ave organized a "mum" society-.
The Bachelor Maids will have aj
- speeal meeting with Miss Daisy Can
m.~ on Tuesday afternoon at 4.30 o'clock.
Trad-e with Siimmer & Hipp, where
:you are allowed votes in the grand
piano contest at so much per.
Mr. Jas. N. McCaughrin has moved
into 'his new ar.d beau'tiful home in I
* 'Oalhoun areet,
Next Sunday is the day for preach
ing at Hlelena by Rev. D. P. Boyd at
four o'clock in the afternoon.
County Treasurer Eppe has collect
ed 98 per cent. of the taxes. This is
good, but he collected 99 per cent. one
Attend the candy pulling this, Fri
day, afternoon at 4 o'clock on the lawn
of Mrs. 0. McR. Holmes' residence.
Ten cents admission. For the benefit
of the St. Luke's Sunday school.
The office of the Newberry Insur
ance and Realty company is now on,
the first floor of The Herald and
News building. Entrance in Friend~
The garden of the Central Methodist'
church parsonage shows up better
and well since a new and neat fence'
'has supplanted the old one undgr the
supervision of Mr. P. F. Baxter.
Accidental fire at about noon y.es
'terday burne.d the roof of a hous~e
belonging to Adeline Phillips in Grav
eltown, nea the railroad. The fire'
c.nmpnny made i)rompt and quick re
sponse and saved the house and other
At about 5 o'clock yesterday morn
ing Mr. Geo. C. Glasgow sustained a
loss by accidental fire of about $300,
with no insurance. His smokehouse,
with contents, was burned. Caused
from gasoline igniting from the flame
of a lantern.
Rev. J. E. McNannaway, evangelist
of the home mission board of the
Southern Baptist convention, will
preach at Bush River Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock, at West End Baptist
church Sunday evening at 8 o'clock
and at Saluda Baptist church chapel
Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Ther will be, on Monday next, 27th
instant, a picture show for the benefit
of the Sunday school of St. Luke's
Episcopal church. The ladies of the
Sunday school will have the show in
charge and they promise to take good
care of the little people. Admission,
5 and 10 cents. Open 3.30 and 7.30.
Special pictures. At the moving pic
ture show in the old court house.
SPRING MILLINERY OPENING.
Many and Varied Displays of Pretty
Hats and Fine Feath
Spring has come and was typified
in the openings here Wednesday and
Thursday. All the colors and all
spring flo~wers being shown on the
many beautiful hats.
C. & G. S. Mower C.
The C. & G. S. Mower company did
not have their usual decorations,
thinking the hats wculd suffice them
selves, and indeed they did, forming
of themselves bow-rs of beauty. Be
sides flowers many of the hats had
willow plumes and cural trimmings
and one very beautiful hat was of
black braid with chiffon facing with
two long willow plumes. It had the
new rolled front effect, and a beauti
ful hand embroidered band.
The helmet shaped hats. made of
the new straw with coral trimming
were very pretty and a hand-made
braid affair severely turned on left
side, self trimmed with an exquisite
blue ornament and coral beads inter
woven with the contrasting color of
the straw, was admired by all.
Caldwall & Haltiwanger.
Indfnite skill and patience must
have been required to make thte sec
Dnd story of Caidwell & Haltiwanger's
store the thing of beauty that it was.
The walls were garlanded with smil
ax, baskets of flowers were suspend
ed with invisible wires, and butter
flies of all colors were seen on the
wall and about the hall. All over the
b.all were tables loaded with hats of
all shapes and colors. Perhaps the
bandsomest hat 'here was one that v~ie
were assured was the talk of New
York. It was a, black Neapolitan, with
a coral 'beaded design facing, and very
ong black willo,w plumes.
An emerald green hat of Milan
straw with butterfly and maline trim
ming was very striking, and another
aandsome hat was of black straw coy
ared with Hamilton braid. Here were
ovely hate of Helen pink, chiffon
;rimmed, 'with roses or wil'low bands
Lnd w hite hats famed for their beau
;y and simplicty.
Among many beautiful creations at
dimnaugh's were picture hats of cor
11 b-raid land long willow (plumes,
>!ack and white hats with cabochons
>rnamen ts; hats literally covered
vith flowers and hats ornament with
he new butterfly trimming. .The
:hildren's hats here were very dainty
tnd pretty particularly the little
>okes and mushroom shapes.
Mrs. Emma Hair.
Mrs. Hair displayedr some ve:ry
iandsome hats and her beautiful rib
ions made lovely decorations for the
tore. Here wer the celebrated Gage
tats- in all their infinite variety. A
'yroxylin braid hood trimmed with
;old cloth wings and cable cord was
rery odd and pretty and the Louis
CVI hats with roses and lace were
>eautiful. /Here too were lovely lit
le children's hats. In fact, the stores
iad hats suited for young and old
'ich or poor.
Pomaria, March 22.-Miss Pinner,
>f Horse Shoe, N. C., is visiting her
srother, Dr. Z. T. Pinner.
Mr. W. S. Seybt has purchased a
ot in Easy street.
Mr. George W. Setzler re,turned yes
terday from Greenwood, where he
purchased a Thos. Twin motorcycle.
Mr. J. J1. Kibler has opened a gen
eral merchandise store in town.
Mr. Francis Johnson has returned
to his home in North Carolina, and
Mr. W. D. Hatton has charge of the
Dr. Z. T. Pinnher. C. H. Counts and
M. (C. Rivers attended court this week.
Misses Pearie Price, Eunice and
.ote I. lalfacre leave today for'
Columbia to att'nd the State Teach-:
CHAMBER OF CO)IER E.
Holds Annual Meeting-Officers Elect
ed--Looking to the Employment
of a Paid Secretary.
The annual meeting of the New
berry chamber of commerce was held
in the rooms of the chamber of corn
merce on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
There were about-25 or 30 of the mem
bers present. President I. H. Hunt
presided, and Mr. Jno. B. Mayes, sec
retary, acted as secretary.
The first business taken up was the
report of the committee appointed a
year ago to prepare a constitution for
the chamber- of commerce, which re
port was submitted by Mr. E. H. Aull.
The report was considered by items
and adopted and is printed in another
column of this paper.
The main business of the meeting
was to elect officers. President Hunt
submitted his annual report which
contained a number of very valuable
suggestions and recommendations, all
of which ought to have the considera
tion not only of the members of the
chamber of commerce, but of the citiz
ens of the community generally. This
report is printed elsewhere.
Mr. John B. Mayes, as secretary
and treasurer, submitted a report cov
ering the receipts and disbursements
of the organization. His report was
in two sections. The first covered re
ceipts and disbursements from March
1, 1910, to December 31, 1910, during
the time that Mr. S. S. Cunningham
was secretary and treasurer. This re
port showed that the treasu.rer had
received $1,222.72, and had paid out
$1,230.38. According to these figures
the chamber of commerce is due the
retiring secretary $7.66. The recipts
from January 1, 1911, to March 21,
1911, amounted to $221.25, and the
disbursements $202.38. This part of
the report shows cash on hand $18.87.
The report also showed that the out
going administration had paid $530.01
of old debts, and had put $74.90 into
matting and improvements on the
roomzs. It also1 showed that the in
debtedness of the chamber of com
merce at the time report was made!
amounted to $352.25, and as against
this~ there were amounts due the
chamber of commerce of $104.95, leav
Ing the total net liability of $247.30.!
The report was received as informa
On motion of Mr. L. W. Jones, a
committee of five was appointed to
recommend new officers for the ensu
ig year. The committee was comn
psed of L. W. Jones, C. D. Weeks, T.~
P. Johnson, W. H. Shelley and S. M.
Duncan. The committee recommend
ed first Jno.3B. Mayes, p.resider' ;
Jno. M. Kinard, first vice-president;
Rot. Norris, second vice-president,
and the following board: I. H. HunL,
C. T. Sum.mer, W. G. Mayes, J. P.
Shealy, 0. B. Mayer and W.i A. Me
It was, stated that Mr. McSwain?
was not a member o6f the organiza
tion, and the committee retii'd to
place some one else on the boar6. On
their return they named Van Smith.
He was not a member, and, therefore,
could not be elected. Mr. S. M T'air.
can was named from the floor as the
other member of the board.
Mr. Jno. M. Kinard then declined
the nomination for vice-president,; and
Dr. C. D. Weeks was nominated. With
these changes the officers were unani
Mr. Jno. M. Kinard stated that it
was very important to have a live
dommercial -body, and he was satis
led that the only plan by which such
n organization could be kept alive!
was the employment of a reguIar paid
secretary who should devote htis en
tire time to the work of the chamber
)f commerce. Mr. Kin-ard suggested
that the only way the money for this
purpose could be raised was by the
torporations, and the banks and the
larger merchants putting up an extra
a,mount (beyond their regular dues,
and that speaking for the bank over
which he presided that he would be
willing to be one of the number to
give $25.00 a year in addition to the
regular dues so that the proposition of
the paid secretary could be tried, and
if it did not prove successful and
beneficial it could be discountinued af
ter the first year. Mr. Geo. S. Mower
agreed with Mr. Kinard that a paid;
secretary was necessary.
Several other remarks were madeI
and on motion, it was decided to re
call the organization together on next:
Tuesday night to discuss .the situation,
and to see what could be done toward
raising the necessary fund to employ
a regularly paid secretary. The chamn
her of commerce then adjourried.
I understand that, after waiting
20 years, she married a struggling
"Yes, poor chap; he struggled the
ba-st he kn ew how, but she landal
him ---Trneklyvn Life.
REQUIRED TO SHOW CAUSE.
Supervisor to Make Return in Matter
of County Jail-Urged Delega.
tion to Provide Funds.
Upon the presentment of the grand
jury in regard to the condition of the
county jail, Solicitor Cooper request
ed the court that the supervisor be
notified to appear in court during this
term and to show cause .why he has
not carried out the recommendations
of the grand jury at previous terms of
the court in regard to this matter.
The court stated that the motion
would be granted, and the supervisor
will be required to make a showing,
the general orders at the last term,
which the clerk of court stated he
served upon the supervisor, requiring
him to show cause why the reco:n
mendations were not carried into ef
It will be recalled that during the
last session of the general assembly
the supervisor, the sheriff and the act
ing county physician wrote letters to
the Newberry delegation urging them
to provide a fund for this purpose.
The supervisor at that time said he
was powerless to do anything on ac
cou-nt of lack of funds, and the de
plorable condition of the jail, both
from the standpoint of security and
the standpoint of sanitation, was urg
ed in the strongest terms.
The Supervisor's Return.
Supervisor Feagle was called into
court - on Tiursday afternoon. After
conferring with .the solicitor, .Solicitor
Coeper made' the following statement:
"The supervisor in.forms me that
he has not yet prepared a formal re
turn, but will do so. He says under
the law that all taxes levied in New
berry county are required to be ex
pended only for the purposes for
which they are raised, and he has
asked for an appropriation to repair
the jail and has not got it. He says
he is anxious to do it, but has abso
lutely no funds with whicdi to do it.
I think that would be a sufficient re
"Very good," said the court, ". e
has no right to violate the law, of
MOVING PICTURE SHOW.
Special Program This Afternoon and
Evening-Free Tickets for the
There is a special program at the
moving picture show in the old court
house this. afternoon at 3.30 and 7.30
o'clock. The scene to be presented is
that of the most highly educa'ted dcg
living. The scenes are taken of a
ship wreck In which the wonderful
dog takes the leading part.
The show is on every evening and
is a place of pleasant recreation to
thg people of the,. community and
should receive their patroniage.
For th:ls afternoon, the management
aas given free tickets td .the cilidren
f the first and second grades of the
White schools of the city.
Church of the Redeemer.'
(Rev. Ed-w. Fulenwider, Pastor).
Nothing preventinrg, the followir';
program of divine services wiN be ob
served at the Lutheran Church of the
edeemer next S-mday:
11 a. m.-The mrning service. The
pastor will preach on the subject:
Called Down." The words of the text
are: "Zacebhaeus. make haste. and
ome down; for today I must abide at
hy :house"-Luke 19:5. This is one
f the pleasant slittle incidents th'at
took place while. Jesus was making
is last journey to Jerusalem. It is
ull of up-to-date and practical les
sons. For example, we see here some
f the steps by wthich a very unpromf
s!ng' subject was brought into the
Kingdom of God-Zacchaeus was a
ubican. We see the many hind-rances
o his salvation overcome, also many
evidences that he was truly converted.
rhe picture is a touching and hopeful
mne, showing that the vilest sinner
may come to God and be saved, if he
8 p. m.-A service of song and pray
r with a sermon on the words:
'Whre Art Thou?" ,,Gen. 3:9. Thet:e
are the words of God to a sinner who
was hiding among the trees of the
beautiful Garden. In this busy sinful
age God is as certa.inly calling man as
e called Adam in the long ago. It
is made plain' in God's word that our
salvation will depend upon how we
hear and answer the call. In the face
of present affairs, I think it would b"
well for us to pause, and ask oursel
ves the question: "Where are we ?"
Ihere will be good music at bo0th ser
The public is cordially invited to
CHICHESTER S ILLS.
iusl in Ried and Gold :i.mudicV'
h ues, scaled with Blue Ribb.on.
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2,IA3lI1) 1R iND~ PlLLS. frT z
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CENTRAL COMDITTEE TU 3MEET.
way Committee to Meet in
Mr. E. H. Aull, chairman of the cen
tral committee, appointed at a meet
ing held in Newberry on the 10th of
this month to discuss plans and pro
vide ways and means to build the
has called a meeting of this commit- J
tee to be held in Columbia Friday af
ternoon, March 24, at the rooms of
the chamber of commerce at 6 o'"ock.
Mr. W. G. Sirrine, the member of <
the committee from Greenville, will
come to Newberry and join the party
at this point. The representative from
Laurens will bring the supervisor, Mr.
H. B. Humbert, and will either come
in a car from Laurens, or will come
to Newberry and join the party. The
committees from Clinton, Kinards and
Goldville will attend also.. The rep
resentatives from Prosperity and Lit
tle Mountain and Chapin and Spring
Hill have also agreed to attend this
meeting, and it is hoped that the l
member from Lexington and Super
visor Langford of that county, will
also come to Columbia.
The idea is to go to Columbia over
the dirt road in automobiles so that
the committee may see the condition
of the road and form some idea of
what will be necessary to put it in
It is expected to leave Newberry at
10 o'clock so as to make the trip leis
urely and give time to inspect the
The meeting will 'be held by invita
tion of Secretary Hamby in the rooms
of 'the chamber of commerce in Co
lumbia at 6 o'clock and it is hoped .
to -have a committee from the Auto
mobile association of Columbia to
meet with this central committee.
Supervisor Feagle, of Newberry, has
consented to go to the meting. .
The committee is composed of the
following: E. H. Aull, chairman;' W.
G. Sirrine, Greenville; H. K. Aiken,
Laurens; W. M. McMillan, Clinton;
Geo. Browning, Goldville; J. A. Dom
inick, Kinards; I. H. Hunt, Newberry;
Geo. Y. Hunter, Prosperity; W. A. 3
Counts, Little Mountain; C, P, Robin
son, Chiapin; 3. W. Eargie, Spring
Hill; 3. B. Wingard, Lexington; A..
McP. Hamby, Columbia.
Of course, if it should rain, or the
weather be bad on Friday, the only
.way to attend the meeting would be
by rail. If the trip can be miade
through the country, it is the pur
pose of the committee to return via~
Lexington and the new steel bridge to
Chapin. This seems to be a much bet-H
ter road, and it is understood that the
Lxntn supervisor is now puttin;g
Ltingfin condition. The distance by
thi radfrom NewDerry to Colum
bia is only about 3 1-2 miles further'
than by the Spring Hill route.
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The Fortnightly club met 'with Mrs.
W. G. Houseswl Tuesday morning and
had a very pleasant meeting. Mrs. Mc
Intosh read Stoddards lecture on Scot
and, and after the reacIng, Miss Mc
Hardy, a visitor here from Scotland,
supplemented the reading with some
interesting remarks on that country.
After discussing current events a lu,n
cheon was served the following: Mes
dames W. H. Carwile, Jas. McIntoshl,.
W. H. Hunt, Holbrooke, S. B. Jones,
Ed Jones, L. W. Floyd, J. H. Harms,
L. W. Jones, C. H. Cannon, Miss Mc
Hardy and Miss Daisy Cannon.
Miss Mary Carwile Burton enter
tained the Wednesday afternoon club
and~ a few friends this week. During
the afternoon the guests were enter
tained -with a "sting" guessing con
test, after which a delightful sweet
course was served.
The Woman's olub met Thursday af-,
ternoon withb Mrs. J. Henry Harms,
and rendered a delightful literary
All memnbers of the Drayton Ruth
erford C'h'anter. U. D. C., are urged
to send their annual dues of $1.20 at -
once to 'the treasurer of the chapter, 1
Mrs. S. J1. Wooten, so she may not be
delayed in sending off the State dues.
Death of Mlrs. Louis Henderson.
Mrs. Louis S. Henderson died of
blood poison Tuesday night at 11 -
o'cl ck at her homa in the Broad river
section of the county, after an illness
of One we?ek. She was the daughter
of alr. and M1rs. .1. A. .lones, of near ~
Clin:ont and( was twenty-two years old. (
Mrs. H-enId?rsOn had been married
about four years.. She leaves a hus
hiod and little snm L ouis Noland, two
year old1(. 1ui ed Thursday afternoon
at 2 o'clock in the family burying
grundl on th~ premises.
L au'n-s commty paernn ae opny.
.ood middling .. .. .. .. .. ..14%
;trict good middling .. .. .. ...14%
iiddling .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..14%
)ne Cent a Word. No act
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
EXTREM-LY PRETTY-Remarked a
buyer of the real cut glass (no imi
tationsi on exhibition at Pelham's,
Drug Store. Fine china also at re
luced prices for wedding gifts.
We want to give away 1,000 boxes of
candy.. Ask for the cards when you,
buy candy. Anderson 10c. Co. 3.24wlt
WANTED-You to know that I a
representing the Aetna Life Insu
ance Company, and would be pleas
ed to explain our polices to those
desiring insurance. Insurance fur
nished by the Aetna is at the lowest
possible cost, which absolute. safety
can warrant. Office old Postoffice
Building. W. W. Cromer. 3-17-8t.'
)ur line of 10c. flowers is better thanf
ever. You will save money by buy.
lug them. Anderson Ten Cent Co.
kUTO[OBILES for hire. Rates rea
sonable. 'Phone 98. C. W. Pant.
Big lot of "Rogers" silverware just in.'
Satisfaction guaranteed. Anderson
10c. Co. 3.24.1t.
KEROSENE oil at 12 1-2 cents per
gallon. Anne O. Ruff &. Co. 3-10-1t.
Extension handles for brooms and
dusting brushes. Makes house clesn
ing easy.. 15c.' each. Anderson " 10c.
30ONE COUNTY white corn at $1 per
peck. Big Boll Triumph cotton, $1
per bushel. Yields 38 per cent. lint.
A. D. Hudson, Newberry, R. F. D. L
Don'tail tov,e our bargainsin lace
and embroidery. Anderson 1Oe. Co,
BEAD-Fresh today and every daiy.
Anne 0.~ Ruff & Co. . 3. -101t
EOB SALE-Two brood taares *and
several young mules1,offering cheap.
Cash or ou time.- Quattlebaum &
Iaegford, Prosperty. ' 3-7-.tf
IAVE YOUR HORSE and mule clip
ped at Dr. Sharp's Veter1i1ary hos
pitaL Prices reasonable.6 Work
Friend streets. R phone
316. Office phone 816. - S-vti.
~EDAE POSTS-200 edar ps
sale. J. L Mayer. R. F. D. N 2~
,EAE1P AUThXOBILE 3U~~~
Take a 30 diays practical~oki
our well equipped nwbne t~ops
and learn the automobile nes
and accept good positions. (RV -
lotte Auto School, Charlqtte, I C.
VANTED-:Young mena and ladles to
learn telegraphy. We ar'e receiving
more calls for our graduates tii
we can supply. Cha$otte Telegra- *
phy Eihool, Charlotte, N. C. 3.7.tt.
URE KING COTTON- 500 buehels
75 cents per bushel .F. 0. B. Chap
pells, or two cents poun~d at hogre.
J. S. Dominick, Chappells, S. C.'
ANTED-Second hand bags gnd
burlaps. Write for prices. Efeh
mond Bag Company, Richmiond, V'a.
UIST arrived, a carload of heart d
sap shingles. Langford & Bus-'
hardt. . 1-17
ING cotton seed, pure, $1.00
bushel. W. C. Sligh, Newberry,
C.; Ra. F. D. No. 3. 2-14-t
'00R MAN'S DlELIGHT cotton seed.
pure. Early $tton; produces 5 to
12 locks to boll. Most prolific grow
er. $4.00 per bushel. W. C. Sligh.
Newberry, S. C., R. F. D,. No. 3.
'HONE 93 for nice fresh nieat. E. Lj
Rodelsperger, Lower Main Street.U
IET TOUR GLASSES from Dr. G. W.
Connor, a graduate of the largest
optical college in the world-the
Northern Illinois College of Chicago.
Dr. Connor is located permanently
in Newberry, gives both the objec
tive and subjective tests by electric- -
ity nnd gurants his work.