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Movements of Many People, New.
%errians and Those Who Visit
Miss Lillie Baker. of Greenville, isl
visiting Miss Josie Hutchinson.
Mrs. Jno. C. Adams paid a brief visit
to Prosperity Friday.
Mrs. E. C. Sonnenburg has returned
from a visit to. Sumter.
Constable T. G. Williams, of Saluda,
wa~s in the city yesterday.
Mr. T. B. Perry has changed from
Newberry to Coleman.
Miss Daisy Schenck is at Black
Misses Annie M. Barnes and Neville
will spend Tuesday and Wednesday
with Mrs. P. C. Gaillard.
Mrs. Henry Lee Dean attended the
closing exercises of the Dyson school
on Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. R. B. Wallace and little Cor
nelia have returned from a two weeks'
visit to relatives in Augusta.
Miss Lillie Kibler, teacher in the
graded schools of Monroe, N. C., is
at home for vacation.
Miss Louise Jones returned last
week from teaching at Cameron, to
spend vacation at home.
Mr. Fant Gilder, who returned from
New York last w-eek, states that his
father is improving, though slowly.
Miss Minnie Boyd Brown, of Pros
perity, is a member of the graduating
class at the Due West Female college.
Mr. Walter Ruff went the week-end
to visit his brother, Mr. John Ruff, in
,Columbia, thence the two to Charles
ton to visit friends.
Dr. J. M. Sease, of Little Mountain,
was a visitor to the city last week in
search of Newberry delicacies for
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Jones, of New
berry, were in the city Tuesday, with.
the view of locating in Greenwood.
Greenwood Index, 25th.
Rev. Win. E. Thayer, of the First
Baptist church of Laurens, was visit
ing his friend, the Rev. Geo. A. Wright,
yesterday, for a short while between
Mr. Claude B. Mills, who 'has been
attending the South Carolina Medical1
college in Charleston, 'has returned
to his home in Newberry for the vaca- 1
Misses Helen Hunter and Ellie Ja- 1
'cobs returned last week for the vaca
tion, teaching, 13e former at Ander
son -'city schools and the latter at
Miss Edith Henderson went to
Blairs to attend Monday the recep
tion to her nephew, Mr. T. W. Hender
son, and bride, who mariried in Un
ion on Sunday.
Mrs. J. A. Meldau has returned
from a visit to her sister, Mrs. May,
in Charlotte. She also attended the
school commencement at Dyson last.
Miisses Marian 'and Annie Figgins
'were icth. reelecte<1 as teachers of
their respective schools the former
of the Bamberg school and the latter
of the Rutherford school, tis county.
They never fail -of reelection.
:Jr. Wmn. A. McFall returned from
annettsville Monday to celebrate
Chautauqua and remain during the1
summer. His friends are glad he I
'didn't wait for home coming week to
come home to celebrate his cotton va
Courty Treasurer J. L. Epps left c
Friday for Nashville, Tenn., to at- E
tend the closing exercises of the r
Methodist training school, where *his t
-daughter, Miss Lucy Eppe, finishes b
'her course. The exercises will close~ i3
Prof. Willie S. McGraw, of the chair
of Latin and Mathemnatics at the Six- I
.mile Baptist High school, in Pickens
-county, went to New York last Satur
day week and after spending several
siays in that city sailed last Wednes-!
s.day for Europe on a pleasure trip.
Miss Julia Calvert will leave Mon- I
4day for Newberry, where she will be t'
tihe attractive guest of Mrs. P. E. Scott. t
Tuiater sixe will go to Columbia to visit Ic
3fiss Fiorrie Beard, formerly of this 'ii
city, at the College for Womien.- o
Spartanburg Herald, 27th. a
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT- c
Apartments have been engaged at
The Crotwell for Bryan and Hobson- b
All the bids for the jewelry stock
of Daniels & Williamson were reject- a
'ed when opened on yesterday. S
COn next Saturday. in the store of0
"Mr. Hugh Summer, the ladies of the
A. R. P. church will sell cakes, rolls,'
can goods and fancy articles.
Mr. W. T. Hunter passed through o
ah cit thi morning on 'his way from y
,onway to Newberry.-Sumter Item,
The Ladies Aid Society of Trinity
:hurch will give an ice cream festival
it the church Friday, June 2. begin
ring at 4 o'clock p. m.
The Herald and News acknowledges
-eceipt of invitation to the 15th an
nual commencement of Clemson Ag
ricultural college, June 11-13.
Don't overlook the barbecue next
3aturday in Coppock s grove n.var ine
ower house. by Messrs. Geo. A. Long
a.nd B. R. Guin.
The members of the Library asso
iation are earnestly requested to pay
heir dues to the treasurer. A numoer
>f the latest books havE been added
o the library.
Tom Jones, colored, paid $10 into
the city treasury, through the mayor's
,ourt, for transporting liquor, and
thereby savied himself the job of
vorking 30 days publicly for nothing.
Friday 'night several young peopleI
ejoyed a card party and refresh
ments at the home of Mr. F. W. Hig
gins's family in honor of Miss Vera
Beatty, a visiting friend from Berke
The members of the Orpheus club
are requested to meet at the porea
house 5.30 p. m. Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, to practice the music
for commencement. A full attend
ance is desired.
As a hint to "The Idler," Mr. F. W.
Higgins tells The Herald and News
that the survey has been made and
the old burnt Harris house will soon
be removed from the corner or r'riend!
street and depot.
Mr. D. R. Lavender, the moving pic
ture man, has a number of interest
ing Bible pictures on for a couple of
days this week. He says he will have
something very interesting 'for the
latter part of the week. Remember
the.place, the old court house.
Miss Mary Nance, who has been
teaching in Athens, Ga., arrived here
yesterday and spent Friday .night as
the guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Har
per, leaving on this morning's train
or her home in Newberry.-Green
ood Journal, 27th.
This evening (Tuesday) at 845
fclock, there *ill be a special meet
ing at Central M. E. church. Miss
Annie Maria Barnes, editor of the
oung Christian Worker, will make a
:alk and the children of the Brigade
mnd Palmetto Leaves will sing. ,Every
>ody is invited.
Miss Gertrude Simpso:2, field secre
ary of the Woman's Missionary con
rention, made a talk at Colony Sun
lay, at morning 'service, on tne cause
>f missions. The talk was listened to
with marked interest by the large
yongregation presen.. .Mas simpson1
as made a specialty of methods in
:he work and her talks are therefore
always interesting and helpful.
"J. L. Kennerly, the genial sales
nan for underground novelties, was
getting in on some good business in
ishopville during last week." This
rom the traveling men's department.
n the News and Courier of Monday is
new way of expressing undertakers'
urnishings. "Underground novel
ies." and "getting in on some good
usiness." He must be "on to 'his job,"
t John Henry Baxter would say.
The 'homing pigeon mentioned as
aving been caught at the Souther'
)i mill by Mr. Renwick Carlis]e is
counted 'for. Mr. Julian Hill, of
reenwood 'broug'ht ten of the pi
:cons to Newberry on Saturday of1
vee; -before last. They were turned]
oose at the home of his brother ini- t
m. Mr. Frank C. Sligh at 5 20~
'clck on the ni, rning the fo1lowi.ng [
uday. At exactly two hours t.; the' If
tinute seven reatched home. 2:e re
urned to Mr. Sligh's, or.e was caught
y Mr. Carlisle. and one is still miss- J1
FARM DEMON STRA TORS.'
ewberry County Ranks Well Up
Among Other Counties of the
In the Farmers Co-operative Dem-1 c
nstration work in. the county for C
90 there were 48 cottoii-demonstra-' I
3rs and 3i8 corn demnonstrators. The e
tal acreage in cotton was To~ an in
arnL 51. The average yield per acre~
i pounds of seed cotton is 1396.5. and
E corn 50.5 bushels per acre. The
verage of similar land under ordi
ary methods was. 850 pounds seed
tton and 20.5 bushels corn.t
Tking into consideration the num- 1
r of demonstrators and the number s
f acres. Newberry county ranks
niongst the leading counties of thist
tate in the average yield per acre h
cotton -and corn. .v
Mr. S. M. Duncan. the agent forts
ewerry county. has been very ac-' g
e and energetic, and all the dem! ii
astrators are improving their meth
s -a inncraing- their yields each ii
FOR A HOSPITAL.
Doctors of Newberry County Decide to
Raise $12,000 For This Pur
At the recent meeting of the doctors
:>f Newberry county it was decided
to raise $12,000 to buila a hospital, tne
building to be of stucco, two stories
in height, with a basement. It is pro
posed that the hospital shall contain
The finance committee is as fol
ows: Dr. J. M. Kibler, Dr. W. E. Pel
ham, Jr., Dr. W. G. Houseal, Dr. P.
G. Ellesor, Dr. Jno. B. Setzler.
This committee is to devise the
means of raising the 4 1,U1u needed,
nd is to be the central committee in
charge of the work, and all other com
mittees which may be appointed are
expected to work under the direction
Df this committee.
JURY FOR JUNE COURT.
The Sessions Court Will Convene June
12-Judge Ernest Gary to Pre
J. W. Glymph, Newberry.
R. N. Taylor, Slighs.
J. 0. Dunston, city.
W. H. Hardeman, city.
W. R. Schumpert, Newberry, R. F.
B. L. George, Prosperity.
W. A. McSwain, city.
W. W. Riser, Newberry.
Warren Epting, Pomaria.
J. P. Bowers, Prosperity.
G. W. Coward, city.
Jordan Vaughn, Newberry mill.
P. B. Warner, ProsperiLy.
P. W. Counts, Prosperity.
J. A. Fellers, Newberry.
T. L. Reeder. Newrefry.
0. C. Dominick, Prosperity.
W. W. Hornsby, city.
R. V. Porter, Mollohon mill.
J. B. Schumpert, Prosperity.
J. W. Reagin, Newberry.
E. L. Paysinger, Newberry, No. 1.
J. S. Turner, Newberry.
B. H. Maybin, Blairs.
N. T. Hipp, Newberry.
J. L. Crooks, Newberry.
H. C. Lake, Silverstreet.
J. Lindsay Bowers, Prosperity.
W. 0. Miller, town.
W. R. Smith, Jr., Chappells.
D. R Senn, Newberry, No. 1.
B. W. Watkin, Chappells.
Nat Gist, Newberry.
W. F. Suber, Blairs.
Jdseph Mann, Newberry.
MEMORY OF JEFFERSON DAVIS.
Will Be Fittingly Honored in iNw
berry con June 3-Appropriate
The following is the program of the
nemorial exercises to be held in the
igh school auditorium on the anni
ersary of the birth of Jefferson Davis,
aturday -morning, June 3, at 11
Master of ceremonies-Maj. J. F. J.
Pnelude, "Dixie," by the D. A.
Dickert chapter, Children of the Con
Prayer--Dr. A. J. Bowers.
Scripture Reading-Rev. Edw. Ful
Music, vocal duet-Rev, and Mrs. M.
Talk, "Jefferson Davis"-Dr. Geo.
Music, vocal solo with violin obli
~ato-Miss Mabel Williamson.
Bestowal of crosses of honor.
Presentation of picture of Jefferson
)avis to the high school by the Dray
on Rutherford chapter, U. D. C.
Benediction by Rev. G. A. Wright.
Crosses of 'honor have been applied
or by the following veterans:
Those Who Will Receive Crosses..
J. W. Boozer, T. W. Davis, M. W.
)ickert, G. M. Ellesor, Rob T. Hut
hinson, J. N. Koon, Benj. Lovelace, D.
L Richardson, W. H. Setzler, A. C.
Velcb, J. L. Werts, W. W. Johnson
nd J. W. Wright.
County Farmers' Union.
The Farmers' union of Newberry
ounty will meet in the court 'house,
Saturday morning at 11 o'clock.
rportant business is to be transact-1
d, and a full attendance of the mem
r of the union is urged.
J. B. O'Neall Holloway.
MIiss Mabry Accepts.
Prof. H. L. Dean has received a let
ar from Miss Eliza L. Mabry, recent
elected Latin teacher in the high
hool, accepting the position.
Miss Mabry is a graduate of Win
arop and has taught Latin in the
igh school at A bbeville for four
ears, and she writes Prof. Dean that
he is going to the University of Vir
inia to take a summer course in Lat
Nbrr high school is fortulnate 1
isecuring a teacher so well prepar
I in this department.
REV. MR. BRISTOW TO PREACH.
Will Deliver Annual Sermon at Open
ing of Chautauqua in Opera
House June 1S.
The Chautauqua association has se
cured the services of the Rev. Louis
Bristow, of Abbeville. to preach the
annual sermon at the opening of. the
Chautauqua at the opera house on
Sunday evening, June 18.
Rev. Mr. Bristow is pastor of the
Baptist church at Abbeville, and one
of the most forceful ane eioquent pul
pit orators in the South and the as
sociation is fortunate in securing Mr.
Bristow for this service. Mr. Bristow
has also had considerable experience
in the management of Chautauquas,
having been the moving spirit in the
success of the Williamston Chantau
TherA will be a sacred concert by
the Alkahest Band and Orchestra and
De Koven Quartette preceding the ser
mon. The churhohes of the city will
close during that service and unite in
the service at the opera ouse. There
will be no admission charges for this
Sunday evening service.
r. Bynwl ei ebryJn
21eni ildlvr i ra etr
Mr. bcome knwilbn taNewberry Jun
going to bring the Great Commoner
into South Carolina, scores of towns
throughout the State are trying to
get him for address. A great treat is
in stor4, for our peopl,e; for Mr. Bryan
popularity grows with his advancing
CAPT. R. P. HOBSON,
Who will lecture on Monday, June
19, 10 a. .m., Chautauqua Week in
Attended Col. Crews' Funeral.
Capt. W. S. Langford drove Messrs.
E. H. Aull and Fred H. Dominick to
aurens on Sunday afternoon in his
car to attend the funeral of Col. T.
. Crews. Mr. W. C. Waldrop drove
Mr. Eugene S. Blease's car, carrying
[r. Blease, Mr. Cannon G. Blease, Mr.
Jhn K. Aull and Master Blease Eison.
Indulging in Hot Air.
)rangeburg Times and Democrat.
The Spartanburg Journal says: "If
P'elder and Governor Blease would.
tell all they know abhout dispensary
atters from the purchase of the first
invoice of whiskey, it would make a
book worth .readings." May be so.
Ftut we do not believe that Felder
nows much, as 'he would publish that
book he promised. As to Gov. Blease's1
nowledge, we have no way of judg
ing what he knows except what he
let out about Felder, and that seems
o have completely silenced that gen
eman, so far as dispensary revela-f
:ions are concerned. Felder was eith
r indulging in hot air wnen he said
e would publish his book, or 'he has
een scared into silence by what the
ther side threatens to reveal regard
ng him. I
PREPARING FOR COMM.ENCEWENT
Junior Orators Selected.-Co-eds Cam
pus Association.-Big Crowds
The several college classes are busy
this week with final examinations.
The following young men, members
of the Junior class, have been select
ed to contest for the medal in oratory
on Monday night, June 5: E. Henry!.
Cappelmann, Robert H. Folk, Arth, r
L. Gunter. Allan N. Kieffer, Henry S.
Petrea, J. Bachman Smeltzer. All of
the contestants have superior orator
ical ability and the closest contest in
years is expected to take pface.
Ia tLe meantime the seniors are
prepar:og for the closing exercises
Wdnesday. June 7. L ext Tnursaay
QA faculty of the college will selct
four out of the class to deliver ora
tions on that occasion. Two speakers
already appointed are Mr. Grady Hipp,
Valedictory, and Mr. Chas. P. Barre,.
Salutatory. The following is the class
Degree of Bachelor of Arts: C. P.
Barre, W. G. Cobb, G. E. Finck, N. B.
Hendrix, G. H. Hipp, Miss Berni^e
Hoof, R. W. Houseal, C. H. Kreps,
Miss Josephine Paysinger, M. E. Rob
erts, A. W. Spearman, Miss E. Rosalie
Wheeler, R. D. Wilson.
For the Degrees of Bachelor of
Science, (Engineering school)-Het!
bert Ehrhardt. J. T. Goggans, C. A.
Ki,tard, L. D. Simpson, C. M. Simpson,
E. E. Wood.
Finishing special courses-Miss
Allice Aull, and Henry A. D. Bol*.
The Baccalaureate sermon this year
will be preached by Rev. L. B. Wolf,
D. D., of Baltimore, Md., Sunday
morning in the city opera house.
At the same place Sunday evening the
address to the Young Men's Christian
association will be delivered by Rev.1
William Hoppe, of Savannah, .Ga. Thel
Literary address on Tuesday nightl
of the week will be delivered by Presi
dent Henry Nelson Snyder, of Wofford
From advices received an unusually
large number of visitors will come to
Newberry during commencement
week. The class of '08 is planning a
big reunion. The Alumni 'banquet is
scheduled for Tuesday night -following
the exercises. A great many of the
"old grads" will 'be present and the
gathering will likely be larger and
more enthusiastic than ever before.
.The people of Newberry who will
be good enough to entertain the
stranger within our gates during corn
mencement will facilitate matters
very greatly if they will inform Prof.
S. J. Derrick, or the president of the
college to that effect. In view of the
great number of visitors coming this
will be a great favor to the college
and will advertise Newberry's hospi
The Co-eds of Newberry college1
have organized themselves into a Co
ed Campus association. It is compos
ed of the young women who have at
tended the college in the past as well
as those attending now. The purpose.
is to improve the campus and beautify
the college premises. Fifteen rahs
for the C. C. A. The officers elected
are: 'President, Miss Martha John
stone; vice-president, Mrs. Dr. Con- ]
nor; secretary, Miss Josie Paysinger;
treasurer, Miss Agnes Chapman.
Base ball games on Monday anid
Tuesday afternoons of commencement
week between the varsity and the al
umni have be-en scheduled. A good~
many former Newberry stars- will be
on hand. The Alumni team won last I
year and it has an idea it will win.
out again. It rezmains tu be se+ s
Well known Negro Woman Dead.
Willis Nance, colored, lost his ,wife
by death Sunday morning early at
Silverstreet. She was formerly well -
known in Newberry as a good seams- ]
tress among the whites, for whom she
did much work. She was better
known by her maiden name of Mag
$100 or Thirty Days.
Lige Glenn, colored, was sentenced
by Magistrate J. C. Sample to pay a
fine of $100 or to serve thirty days
for assault. Glenn was arrested by
Constable Cannon G. Blease on a war
rant charging 'him with drawing a
hoe on a lady. Glenn accepted the
In the Carpenter's Shop.
"Life's a .hard grind," said the em
"It's a perfect bore;' returned the
"It means nothing but hard knocks
ror me," sighed the nail.I
"You haven't so much to go
hrough as I have," put in the saw.
"I can barely scrape a?ung, - com
lained the plane.
"And I am constantly being set up
m." added the bench.
"Let's strike." said the hammer.
"Cut it out!" cried the chisel, "here
:omes the boss."
A al1 was silence.
Good middling ................15
Dne Cent a Word. No
vertisement taken for
than 25 cents.
Punch Sets for rent. Anderson
A. GOOD McCORMICK grain ha
ter, used a little. Will sell chea
W. White. 5
Fountain Pen Ink 5c. Anderson 10c
A. GOOD McCORICK grain harv
ter, used a little. Will sell cheap. 3
W. White. *-2
Suede and White Polish 10c-. Ander
son 1Oc. Co.
PEAS FOR SALE-$2 per bushel.
P. Boozer & Co. 5-26-2t
Chocolate Fudge and Sultana Bloc
per pound 10c. Anderson 10c. Co
[F YOU WANT a piano or organ
on or write 0. V. Higgins the rep
resentative of The Malone Musi
House, oColumbia, and be convir -*
ed that this old reliable house can
save you money. 4-28-Itaw-tf.
Reduced prices on Lace and Enibroid
,ery. Anderson 10c. Co.
STEINWAY, MEHLIN, BEHE BROS.
Mathushier, Vose, Howard and a
number of other .high grade piano,
all sold on easy payment plan by
0. V. Higgins, Newberry, S. C., rep
resenting Malone Music House,,
of Columbia 4-28-1taw4f.
Pienic Plate 6 for 5c. Anderson 10c
BARBECUE-I Will give a barbecue
at Coppock's grove, near the power
house, on Saturday, June 3. A ftrst
class barbecue dinner will be serv
ed. Geo. A. Long and'B. R. iGuinn.
Special Sale Saturday.. Watch for~
ad. Anderson 10c. Co.
E'OR SALE-Two milk cows with first
calves. For further particulars
phone or call on A. L. Coleman, Sil
verstreet, R. F. D. No. 1.
EOR RENT-One 4-room cottage on
Nance street. Electric lights and
city water. Rent reasonable. Ap
ply to T. M. Sanders. 5-12-f-tf.
.50ST-On evening of Monday, May 1,
a diamond brooch containin~g's eA
diamonds and 42 pearls, somewherJ
on Nance street between Mrs. Hair's
millinery store and residenbe. Lib
eral reward paid for returni to Mrs.
Emma Hair. 5-5-tf
[USIC PUPILS-I would be glad to
have a limited niumber of -muaiQ.
pupils to begin at any time. Any
one interested will please confer
with me. Mrs. S. B. Jones.
Now is the time to subscribe to The
ferald and News, $1.50 a' year.
100NE COUNTY white corn at $1 per
peck. Big Boll Triumph cotton, $1
per busheL. Yields 38 per cent. lint,
A. D. Hudson, Newberry, B. F. D. 1.
IAVE YOUR HORSE and mule clip.
ped at Dr. Sharp's Veterinary hos-.
pital. Prices reasonable. Work
guaranteed. Corner McKibbenu and
Friend streets. Residence pihone
316. Office phone 316. 3-7-ttf'
.EARN AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS
Take a 30 days practical course in
our well equipped machine shops
and learn the automobile busines
and accept good positions. Char
lotte Auto School, Charlotte, N. C.
rANTED-Young men and ladies to
learn telegraphy. We are receiving
more calls for our graduates than
we can supply. Cha.rlotte Telegra
phy School, Charlotte, N. C. 3-7-tf.
UST arrived, a carload of heart and
sap shingles. Langford & Buz
ET YOUR GLASSES from Dr. G.
Connor, a graduate of the larg
optical college in the world
Northern Illinois College of Chi -
Dr. Connor is located permanen
in Newberry, gives both the objee
tive and subjective tests by electic.
ity and guarantees his work.
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