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Novements of Many People, New.
herrians and Those Who Tisit
Mr. C. L. Harris has moved to Nine
Mr. Otwey Salter has returned tc
Newberry from Chester.
Mr. C. H. Cannon has returned from
a business trip to Jacksonville.
Rev. J. D. Shealy, of Newberry,
spent a few days in and around town
this week.-Leesville News, 3rd.
Miss Kathleen Wright, of Newberry,
was the guest of Mrs. R. Z. Wright
this past week.-Clinton Gazette, 4th.
Misses Inez Dobbins and Mattie Ban
Browning, of Goldville, were in town
Tuesday-Clinton Gazette, 4th.
Miss Sallie Lou Scott, of Whitmire,
was the guest of Miss Mary Johnson
SundaY.-Clinton Gazette, 4th.
Mrs.: Weeks, of Newrerry, is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Henry DaVe
oa.-Chester Lantern, 5;th.
Dr. James McIntosh and his little
son, Murray, have returned from their
Messrs. James Goggans, Roy Jones
and J. D. Wicker were among the
Sunday visitors from Columbia.
Mrs. J. R. Wood and children, of
Sneads, Fla., are visiting her brother,
Mr. J. T. Danielsen.
Mrs. Jan-ie McSwain and Miss Cora
Griffin, of Cross Hill, are visiting
their relative, Mr. W. A. McSwain.
Mrs. Jos. Mann left on Sunday t<
visit her daughter, Mrs. Harry Price
Miss Mamie Payne came over from
Atlanta last week to see her father
V,- J.' W. Paynfi, 'Wh has teT sick,
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. H. Welch spent
Sunday in Newberry with relatives.
Mr. Welch drove through the country
in :his touring car.
Mr. E. C. Smith, who is in 'business
in Greenwood, spent from Saturday
afternoon to Monday afternoon in
Mr. Jas. L. Aull, of Newberry, bus
iness manager of The Herald and
News, was in the city for a few hours
yesterday afternoon.-Honea Path
Mr. Joseph S. Addison, a prosperous
farmer of the Chappell's section of
Saluda county, spent Sunday in Edge
field with his mother, Mrs. V. C. Ad
dison.-Edgefield Advertiser, 3rd.
Miss Lucile~ Dickert has closed her
school in Saluda county and has re
turned home. She is accompanied on
a visit by Miss Roberta Coker, of
Mr. J. Pope Matthews, of Columbia.
spent Sunday with his cousin, Mr. B.
C. Matthews. Mr. Matthews came
through Saturday evenin~g in 'his an
Miss Fanntie Parks, and Mr. Robert
Parke, of Newberry, have been in the
city visiting their aunts, Mrs. 3. W.
Ducke'tt and Mrs. Georgia Williams.
Greenwood Journal, 5th.
Mr. James B. Morgan, of Newberry,
spent Tuesday evening in the city.
Mr. Morgan accompanied by Mr.
Wyche made the trip in an automobile
and reports the roads in excellenti
condition.-Union Times, 5th.
Rev. E. C. Witt will be installed as
'pastor of Union and Hebron churches,
Delmar, S. C., on t.he second Sunday
in May, the service .to be held at Un
ion chuarch and conducted -by Rev. Jas.
D. Kinard, president of the South Car
Dr. W. E. Lake has received word~
from Columbia that his patient, Mr.
B. L. Dorrity, who underwent opera
tion for appendicitis, is improving.
Mr, Dlorrity's recovery is so satisfac
tory that he expects to be home, in t
Mr. Jeff B. Amick and family left
yesterday for Newberry, where threy
will make their future home.-Lexing
ton Dispatch, 3rd. They occupy the
old Cen'tral house. corner Nance and:
Friend street, and aim to run a board
The following delegation from Pu
laski lodge, No. 20, I. 0. 0. 1F., arc
attending the grand lodge in Green
ville: J. Marion Davis, past grano
representative; Cole. L. Blease, pasd
grand representative; Van Smith
Cannon G. Blease, J. Y. Jones, D. B
Chandler, W. H. Hardemtan, I. H
Hunt, T. E. Wicker.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
All the banks of the city will bf
closed on Memorial day.
The Havird company have redeem
ed their stock of goods and are mov
ing to Silverstreet to open up there
pr. I. E. Crimm will spend Wednes
day at Little Mountain and Thursday
Dr. J. A. Sligh will fill Rev. J. D.
Kinard's pulpit at Colony next Sun
day, providing his health will permit.
Mr. David Mittle, formerly of New
berry, has been elected dispenser for
the Beaufort dispensary.
Long Lane school will have a pic
nic on Saturday, 13th, at the school
grounds. Public invited.
Fine Bible picture tonight (Monday)
at the moving picture show. Suitable
scenes for the veterans Wednesday
afternoon and night, which everybody
The Jno. M. Kinard camp will meet
at the rooms of the chamber of com
merce on Wednesday at 11 o'clock a.
m. All members are earnestly re
quested to be preseut.
A meeting of the doctors of New
berry county will be held Friday, May
12, at 4 p. m., at the officers of Drs.
Mower & Pelham to consider te
building of a hospital in Newberry.
The Bachelor Maids will hold an
important busintess meeting this,
Tuesday, afternoon at 5 o'clock at the
rooms of the chamber of commerc:
Al.1 the members are urged to be pre!
Seven cases of smallpox are report
ed at Old Town; two on Peter Spear
man's place, four on Mr. H. T. Fel
lers' place, and one on Mr. W. T
Sanders' place. It is stated that they
are all mild cases.
Manager Lavender will admit the
;Iold soldiers free to the moving pic
ture show Memorial day. He invites
them to turn out in full force. The
entertain-ment is to be for them espe
Mr. P. B:dsoe went to Newberry
for supplies one day the past week.
Butler cor. Saluda Standard, 4th. They
come here from -every quarter, on
trains, in buggies, wagons etc., for
supples. This is a market right.
The annual sermon at Little Moun
tain high school on Sunday, May 21,
will be preached by the Rev. Edw.
Fulenwider, who has also accepted
the invtation to preach the s.nnual
sermon at Leesville co.l.lege on the
4th of June.
Mr.' Jasmes Berry went to Newber
ry one day this week hoping to find
a suitable mule.-Butler cor. Saludia
Standard, 4th. This is one of the best
markets for mules, as Newberry has
dealers that know the good qualities,
fine points and better nature of the
At the meeting in Greenwood last
week of the State convention T. P. A.,
Mr. E. A. Griffin' was elected one of
the vice presidents and Mr. A. C.
Jones a delegate to the national con
vention in Philadelpia. Mr. Jones
was also reelected chairman of the
- Dock 'Lavender, who is doing a
rusindg businress in Newberry in the
motion pictur~e 'business spent the lat
ter part of the week in Gaffney with
his family.-Cherokee News, 4th.
"Dock" is getting acquainted with
the people and they with him. He
is a good town booster, because he
talks right, 'at home and abroad.
CORN CONTEST PRIZES.
Meeting of Joint Committee of Far
m lers' Union and Chamber of Com
merce to be Held.
*A joint meeting of the committee
from the Farmers' union and the agri
cultural committee of the chamber of
commerce was held on Saturday to
discuss the prizes 'that are to be of
fered in the Farmers' union corn con
Another meeting will be held on
\ednesday st S.30 a. mn. The joint
committee desires tbat the board of
governors of the caamber of coim
merce meet with them on Wednesday
morning. The p)urpose of the meet
mg is to mak~e ,the proper distribu
t'n of the prizes and to discuss other
matters conneocted with the contest.
It is also desired that all the~ mem
bers of the chamber of commerce, who
are going to contribute to corn con
test, w~ill notify Mr. S. M. Duncan,
chairman of the agriculture commit
ee, at once, and give him the amount.
This information is r&'sirr.d at the
meeting on r ay
A Prosperous Year.
At the annual meeting of the stock(
holders of the Newbe'rry Cotton mills
last Tuesday the reiport of Presidentl
Wright showed a successful year.
The directors were 'elected as fol
lows: z. F. Wright. F. Z. Wilson, J1. S.
Wheeler. .Juo. M. Kinard, W. H. Hunt.
SJ. N. McCaughrini, F. N. Martin. Gieo.
S. Mower, Jlas. Melntosh, 0. B. Mayer.
The board elected the following of
ficers: Z. F. Wright president: F. Z.
Wilson. vice president; J1. M. Davis,
keperntendem . or. attrght.bo
GALA WEEK IN NEWBERRY.
Chamber of Commerce Will Cooperate
With Chautauqua Association.
Home Coming Week.
The chamber of commerce at its
meeting on last Tuesday evening de
cided to arrange for a home coming
week during Chautauqua week, and
to cooperate with the Chautauqua as
sociation in making Chautauqua week
one of the most successful ever h-ald
In the matter of arranging home
coming week and extending an invit
tation to the friends abroad to visit:
Newberry at that time, the entire
matter was referred to the entertain
The entertainment committee held
a meeting on Thursday evening and
decided to issue invitations to be sent;
to former 'Newberrians and friends
extending a cordial welcome during
home coming week. Several attrac
tions were agreed upon and special
committees were appointed to look
On Monday afternoon, it is arranged
to have a firemen's parade and con
test. The committee on this is E. H.
Aull, R. H. Wright, J. C. Goggans, Jr.'
On Tuesday afternoon it is propos
ed to arrange for a baseball game.
This committee is C. D. Weeks, W. J.
Rountree, J. C. Goggans, Jr.
Wednksday afternoon a home com
ing reception. Committee, Geo. B.
Cromer, 0. B. Mayer, Jno. M. Kinard.!
Tirursday afternoon, automobile
parade. Committee, Jno. M. Kinard,
C. Forest Summer, J. M. Davis.
Friday afternoon merchant parade
and trade display. Committee, J. H.;
West, C. D. Weeks, C. Forest Summer.
These entertainments and attrac
tions will be in addition to' the regu
lar program for Chautauqua week,
which includes an address by Hon. W.
J. Bryan and one by Hon. R. P. Hob- I
son. It is the purpose to make this!
a gala week in Newberry and the co
operation and encouragement of the
community is expected.
by Farmers Union--Comnmittee
Mr. L. I. Parrott, of Samter, was
present at the meeting of the Far
mers' union on Saturday and deliver
ed an address on the advisability of
organizing a farmers co-operative
Mr. Pa irott is president of a simil
ar association in Sutmter county, which
has been working well.
A committee was appointed to look
into the advisability of organizing the
as&ociation. The probability is that
!t will be organized.
OLD VETERANS FREE.
Moving Picture Show Open to Old
Soldiers During Memorial Pay
Mr. D. R. Lavender, the mnovin,g pic
ture show man, will compliment the
Iold veterans with -free tickets to -the
moving picture show on Wednesday,,
May 10. All of the veterans, who are,
fin Newberry, if they apply to Mr. Lav
ender at the door, will be given free
admission. The show for theiir bene
fit will be on from 10.30 a. m. until
1 p. m.
Death of Mrs. P. H. Anderson.
Mrs. P. H. Anderson, of Waterloo,
died at the home of her son, Mr.'
George Anderson, in South Cambridge
street, at Greenwood, last Thursday,'
ater an illness of a week, and was
buried Friday at .Greenwood. She
was a native of Laurens county and
was 65 years of age. Her husband
aid the following children survive
her: Mesdames W. L. Moore 'and Joe~
Marshall, and Mr. George Anderson, of'
Greenwood; Misses Lucy and Fannie
Anderson, of Waterloo; Messrs. Her
bert A., R. Harold and Ben Anderson,'
of Newberry; Mr. Walter H. Ander
son, of Harrisonburg, Va.; Mr. Paul
Anderson, of Abbeville and Mr. W. Roy'
Anderson, of Laurens.
Mrs. Anderson was a member of the,
BDaptst church, and she w'as indeed~
a beautiful character and a lovely wo
man. Her sweet disposition and gen
tle manner won many friends for her*
n herever she was known, and she
w ii be sadly missed.
Dri. ('romer Camn Not be Present.
Editor Herald and News: It is due
to a isunde:standing in s'ome quar
ter. that my name appears on the p)ro
gam for our M'emorial day exercises.
am very sorry that I can not be
present to share the honor of payin-g
tribute to the memory of Col. Schum
)et and others, but I accepted ani in-:
vitation several months ago to deliver
a :W!Mress at Rock Hill on Memorial
iny. Geo. B. Cromter.
SHOE STOCK DESTROYED.
Fire in Ward & Chapman's Shoe Stor(
at an Early Hour on Monday
Fire of unknown and mysteriou,
origin was discovered in the sho4
store of Ward & Chapman, in thi
Fraternity building, in Caldwel
street, at 4.15 o'clock on Monda]
morning. The fiames were extin
guished by the fire department wit]
very little damage by the fire, but ,th
necessary water practically destroy
ed the entire stock of goods, value(
at about $6,000. There was $3,600 in
surance upon the -stock-$2,000 in M
L. Spearman's agency and $1,600 i
J. A. Burton's agency.
The firet was discovered by Police
man Lee. He saw a light through th,
transom over the front door, and go
ing to the store he saw the shade
pulled down, but by peeping under h
saw the fire. He immediately wen
to the square and shot his pistol sev
eral times, and then rang the city bell
This was followed by the fire whistl(
and the fire department was soon
The front doors were locked, a
they had been left when the store wa
closed on Saturday night. When th
doors were opened the firemen wei
met by a dense volume of smoke. I
was absolutel irpossib.e in thi
smoke to tell t"be extent of t,ae fir
and the only thing to do was to pia,
water into the store at random uuE
.the smoke somewhat cleared up. Th
fire seemed to have been burning a
two places, on two of the counters ii
There were only two keys to 'th
store, held by the two members of th
firm, and neither of these gentlemei
'had been in the store since it wa
locked after business hours on Satur
day night. When the fire was discov
ered the store was locked as It ha1
been left, and there was nothing to in
dicate that it had been entered' by an:
NEGRO HOSPITAL BURNED.
Taylor Lane Wiped Out by Fire Fr
day.-Patlents Safely Removed.
Friday af-ternoon about 2.30 o'cloc'
just as dinner ways served, Taylo
Lane hospital, 'thLe institution -locatet
on ~the Camden .road just outside c
Columbia, for negroes, was complete
ly. destroyed by~ fire. The loss is es
tiated at about $5,000 with only $1,
The patients were at the 'hospita
at the time the fire started and on,
was in a simidous condition, and 'the:
were blastily .removed by the nurses
assisted by R. S. Hipp and W. 1]
Grimley, rural pclicemen.
A Fine Hog.
Mr. A. D. Hudson received Frida:
a 600-pound aiog which he bough
from the University of II,linois. It I
worth $1,500 and is one of the flnes
Bekshire boars in the world. Mi
Iudson got at the same time and from
jthe same place two sows of simila
breed, making him to have one of th<
largest and moist expensive .Berkshlrl
herds in the South.
Chautauqua Week For. Newberry.
Newberry is ar.ranging for a bi,
Chautauque week, .beginning on Juni
19, two of the attractions to be ad
dresses by William Jennings Bryas
and Richard P. Hobson. In additio:
to the fine Chautauqua attractions, I
is proposed to make this a "home
coming' week for Newberry. Alto
gether, the week promises to be
most delightfully pleasant and profit
abe ocoasion for Newberry and thi
section of the State.
Dr. Jno. S. Cook will preach in th
opera house on Sunday night at 8.1
o'clock. Public cordially invited.
Card of Thanks.
We thank all who so tenderly ex
pressed their willingness to comfor
us and to be of assistance during the
recent il-lne'ss and at the death of ou:
loved "ne. May God bless and kee;
Mrs. Carrie Dominick and Children
Les;ville N:,ws, 3rd.
Divine scrvices were held at Beth
lehem (Black Creek) church Sunda;
morning at 11.00 o'clock, conducte<
by Rev. .J. D. Shealy of Newberry
The rather inclement weather earl:
in the morning probably hinderet
some from attending who otherwist
would have, still the congregation was
quite large and appreciative. The hol:
conm11J~union was ad ministered; three
were received into the church by con
iraten. As a whole the services
wcr much enjoyed and were soul in.
spiring. Rev. Shealy served thes<
peole as pastor several years ag<
nud a strong tie sti1' ~xists.
THE SCHOOL TEACHERS.
Election of Those Who Will Have the
Schools in Charge During Next
The trustees of the city schools
have elected the following superin
tendent, principals an4 teachers for
I the next scholastic year:
Those reelected were:
- Henry Lee Dean, superintendent.
1 Clarence F. Werts, principal of the
- Miss Mary Carwile Burton, princi
i pal of the Pope school.
- Miss Linda Welch, principal of the
Boundary street school.
I Misses Elizabeth Dominick, Vanessa
Williams, Ruby Holloway, Mayme
Swittenberg, Mary L. Burton, Ger
trude Reeder and Rosalyn Summer,
The new teachers elected were:
a Miss Georgie Marshall, of Anderson,
t and Miss Zurline Irving of Landrum,
- both Winthrop graduates; Miss Annie
Bynum, of Newberry, who has been
teaching in Florence; Miss Mary E.
Wal, of Marion, a graduate of Win
throp, and Miss Pearl West, of New
berry, who has been teaching at Cross
Hill. These were elected to take the
places of the following five teachers
who did not apply for re-election:
Misses Lillian Hill, Johnsie Miller,
Marion Willianson, Lucile Wilson and
Carri Lou Connor.
3 Laura .lease was reelected
principal of the West End school, and
Misses Bernice Martin and Ethel Bow
t ers teachers.
The Hoge school (colored) teachers
were all reelected.
Superintendent Dean and his as
sistants are to be congratulated upon
the successful manner in which the
school has been conducted during the
past year. There has been no fric
-tion and the work is being well done,
and the school machinery is moving
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*Sis SOCIAL. *
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.The regular monthly meetin g of the
D. A. Dickert chapter, Chilren of the
Confederacy, was held at the residence
of Mrs. Cha.rlie Summer Saturday af
r ternoon at 4 o'clock. After talks by
Sthe children by .Mesdames McFall and
i Kinard, the music for Memorial day
- was pratcticed and most delightful
The Fortnightly club and a number
of friends of the hostess; had a
*most entertaining meeting Friday
with Mrs. W. H. Carwile. A featu.re
of the afternoon was the enlarging
of Mother Goose rhymes. Miss Min
nie Gist receiving the first prize ar'
Mrs. Harms the second. A delicious
'a.e coure,e was serv'ed late in the af
Thursday afternoon the Calvin
Crozier chapter, U. D. C., held a busi
ness meeting at the chamber of m
merce, and elected the following:of
vice president, Mrs. Herma,n Wright;
2nd vice president, Miss Saraih Hou
seal; eecretary, Miss Juanita Evans;
treasurer, Miss Florence Bowman;
registrar, Miss Martha Johnstone3;
historian, Miss Elizabeth Dominick.
Master Joseph E. Norwood, Jr., -cele
brated his eleventh birthday with
baseball Tuesday afternoon. A dozen
boys had a spirited game in "the
'pines," after which the birthday cake
twas cut and refreshments served.
All contributions to veterans din
ner must be sent to McCaughrin hall
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock.
Opera house committee, Mrs. C. A.
Bowman, chairman. will please meet
at opera house at 10 o'clock Tuesda.y
Monument committee, Mrs. Ed. Ev
ans, chairman, meet at monument 4
o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
- Crozier monument, Calvin Crozier
3 Rcsemont cemetery, Mrs. Geo.
r Jonstone, chairman, meet directly
after exercises, at cemetery and send
wreaths to Mrs. Kinards Tuesday aft
Village graveyard committee, Mrs.
John M. Kinard, chairman, send
wreatrs to Mrs. Kinard Tuesday aft
- ernoon, and meet at graveyard after
i exercises at opera house.
i West End cemetery, Mrs. J. M. Dav
i, chairman, send wreaths to Mrs.
7 Davis Tuesday afternoon, and meet
Iat cemetery after exercise at opera
At Mayor's Monday Court.
Ophelia Miller, $5 for fighting. Paid.
-Wade Nelson, drunk and disorderly,
- Henry Jones, striking another negro
boy, $2.50. Paid.
y Lewis Leak, drunk and disorderly,
mO Raid. All colored.
A Sunday Marriage.
At the residence of the officiatin
minster, Rev. Jas. D. Kinard, on Sun
day afternoon at 6.30, Mr. Hollan
Wilson and Miss Eunice Franklin'
were married. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ely Frank
lin. The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Wilson. All of Bachman
One Cent a Word. No ad
vertisement taken for l
than 25 cents..
LOST-Sunday afternoon between th
postoffice and my residence a bunc
of keys. On the ring are two
office keys and two small ke
Please leave at The Herald
News office or return to me.
W. Pearson. 5-9-1
DAISY fly killers, only 15c. Ande
son 10c. Co.
LOST-On evening of Monday, May.
a diamond brooch containing se
diamonds and 42 pearls, somewhe
on Nance street between Mrs. Hair'
millinery store and residence. Lb
eral reward paid for return to M
I Emma Hair. 5-5
14-INCH flouncing, per yard, 10c. An
derson 10c. Co.
IF YOU WANT a piano or organ
on or write 0. V. Higgins the re
resen-tative of The Malone Musi
House, of Columbia, and be convin
ed that this old reliable house
save you money. 4-28-1taw
PILLOW shams and bureeu scarfs, 1
cents. Anderson 10c. Co.
STEINWAY, MEHLIN, BEHR BR
Mathushier, Vose, Howard and
number of other high grade pia
all sold on easy payment plan',
0. 1. Higgins, Newberry, S. C.,
resenting Malone Music House,
of Columbia. 4-28-1taw4f
PICNIC plates, 6 for Oc. Anderson
MUSIC PUPILS-I would be glad
have a limited number of mus
pupils to begin at any time.An
Ione interested will please confe
with .me. Mrs. S. B. Jones.7
NEW SHIPMENT milk bowlse, 10c t
20c. Anderson 10c. Co.
FOR RENT-One 5-room cottage
Caidwell street. For terms apply t
McK. Hutchinn. 4lt-a
FERN dishes, coral, Green, and de
orated. Anderson 10O.. Co.
WANTED-You to know that I am
representing the Aetna Life Insur-.
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 safet.
can warrant. Office old Postofme
AUTOMOBILES for hire. Rates roa
sonable. 'Phone 98. C. WV. Fani.
BOONE COUNTY white corn at $1 per
peck. Big Boll Triumph cotton, $1
per bustiel. Yields 38 per cent lint.
A. D. Hudson, Newberry, R. F. D. 1.
HAVE YOUR HORSE and mule e'i
ped at Dr. Sharp's Veterinary hos
pital. Prices reasonable. Wor
guaranteed. Corner McKibben an
F'riend streets. . Residence phon
316. Office phone 316. 37
LEARN AUTOMOBILE BUSINES
Take a 30 days practical course it
our well equipped machine shop
and learn the automobile busines
and accept good positions. Char
lotte Auto School, Charlotte, N.
WANTED-Young men and' ladies
learn telegraphy. We are receivin
more calls for our graduates th
we can supply. Charlotte Telegra
phy School, Charlotte, N. C. 3-7-tf
JUST arrived, a carload of heart an
sap shingles. Langford & Buz
GET YOUR GLASSES from Dr. G. W
Connor, a graduate of the larg
optical college in the world-th
Northern Illinois College of Chicago
Dr. Connor is located permanenti
in Newberry, gives both the objec
tive and subjective tests by electri
ity and guarantees his work.
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that gives the news while it is news.