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Movements of Many People, New
berrians and Those Who Visit
Mr. Z. L. Williams, of Columbia, was
in the city Sunday.
Miss Rebecca Lake returned Friday
Dr. 0. B. Mayer went with his family
to Atlantic City.
Mr.. W. H. Hardeman is a visitor at
Mrs. Mittie Gilliam -has returned to
'Mollohon from Winusboro.
Miss Florence Moore, of Yorkville,
is visiting Miss Novice 1rown.
Mr. Jno. S. Derrick paid a business
-visit to Peak Saturday.
Miss Agnts Adams has returned
from a visit to relatives in the county.
Mrs. LeRoy L.ee and daughter are
guests of Newberry friends and rela
tives-Kingstree Record, 27th.
Mr. Willie Smith, of Chappells, was
in the city yesterday.-Anderson Jour
nal, 28th. .
Miss Isoline Wyche, of Prosperity,
is the guest of Miss Lula Craig.-Rock
'Hill Herald, 28th.
Mr. Jno. A. Lindsay has- returned
from a visit to his son, Mr. Maxie
Lindsay, in Atlanta.
Dr. E. E. Stuck spent the week-end
with his relatives in ihis old home at
Mr. J. A. Blackwelder returned Fri
iay from a business trip into Tennes
Mrs. A. P. Gaillard, who has been
visiting Mrs. C. A. Matthews, has re
turned to her home at Ninety'Six.
Mr. S. J. Wooten left again Monday
Tor a two weeks' stay in Henderson
Mrs. Drury Fair Pifer, accompanied
by her little son, Augustus, haS re
urned from the seas&ore.
Mrs. A. P. Boozer and little daugh
eDr, Mamie, are visiting her aunt, Mrs.
aUther Eargie, in Richland county.
Miss Frances M. Crooks spent ~the
'week-end 'with her cousi-n, Miss Essle
'Wilson, in the county.
Mrs. M. C. Hardy and Miss Annie
f. Casley, of Newberry, are visiting
Mrs. J. C. Lee .this week.-Rock Hill
Mrs. J. A. Wright and children 'have
returned to their home at Athens, Ga.,
aRter a visit to her sister, Mrs. T. P.
Mrs. J. L. Carroll hast returned after
a pleasant visit to-relativ,es aind friends
Iu Denmark and Newberry.-Chester
Mrs. J. L.' Walker and children are
a' pending two weeks in Newberry 'with
latives.-,Johnston cor. Edgefteld Ad
rMises Nora and, Irene Blair, Viola
3obin, Essle Wilson and Lottie Lee
a3facre will visit Miss Franced
Crooks this week.
Mr. J. B. O'Neall Holloway has been
elected delegate to the National Far
raers' union at Shawnee, Okla, to meet
Mirl. J. R. Wood, of Sneads, Fla., is
'visiting relatives in the city, - He will
return home next week, accompanied
by his family.
.Mrs. J. D. Wheeler and Miss Viola
TeMa~ have returned' from a visit to
I-.and Mrs. J. J. Crooks at Po
Miises Bydie Danielsen, Lillia:-I
Hooper and Nettie Craps, of Colum
3fa are visiti-4.; relatives and~ friends
7Mrs. Joe Lovelace and little grand
daughter, Mattie, returned to Prosper
'ty last week after visiting relatives
tfr..3rry B. Walton's.
Niis. R. H. Burton and son, Ross, of
Whitmnire, were on a visit last week td
her sister, Mrs. Corrie . Grene'ker, at
-Mr. C. 0.' Davis's.
* Miss Dempie Moore Scurry, of
Chappells, is the guest of her aunt
Mrs. D. R. Strother.-Johnston cor.
Edgefield Advertiser, '26th.
Ties Marie Wilburn, who has been
a 'exutended visit to relatives, in
No-Whertry, has .returned 'home.-UJnion
'Mrs. A~. .Rosenburg and daughter,
Viss Evelyn, of Newberry, are visiti'ng
relativ.es in Charleston.-Charleston
Mr. John Wilson, of Silverstreet,
-spent the week-end with his cousin,
Mr. Raymond Wilsoni-Big Creek car.
Saluda 'Standard, 27th..
Miss Rosa Nichols, of Newberry, is
visiting relatives. Misses Lillie May
and Evelyn Willis of this town.-Sa
lnda gtandard, 27th,
Prof. Hill, of Newberry, has been
24e+te principal of the high school.
Ridge Spring cor. Saluda Standard
Miss Bessie Herbert, of Newberry
is visiting her friend, Miss Inez Buch
anan.-Piedmont cor. Greenville News
Mrs. Lquisa Rodelsperger and hei
daughter, Mrs. Walter Aiken, left Fri
day for home in Nashville, Tenn., af
ter visiting their son and brother, Al
derman Ed. L. Rodelsperger.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Setzler, of Po
maria, are stopping in town with re
latives. Mrs. S. W. Ligon, of Po
maria, is on a visit to her son, Mr
Joe L. Ligon.-Iva. cor. Anderson Mai
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Norwood and Mrs
Selby, of Columbia, passed* througi
the city On Saturday in a touring cai
en route to Greenville, and spent E
few hours with Mr. and Mrs. J. E
Dr. Geo. K. Hutchinson has return
ed from a camp party at Caesar's
Head. There has been lots of talk it
the papers about "Caesar's Head hav
ing been moved." Dr. Hutchinson say,
the head is still in South Carolina.
,Mrs. S. L. Shaw and baby, of Allen
dale, are visiting Mrs. George A. Lang
ford. Mrs. Shaw is' remembered aE
the daughter of Dr. J. W. Wolling
once living and always esteemed it
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Connor ari
spending the month of August at theii
Cokesbury home. Dr. Connor will b
down again on the 12th, but not tc
stay. Hewill return here to his reg.
ular work the first of September.
Mr. W. W. Herbert, of Newberry, and
Mr. William Ouzts, of FEdgefield, aftei
a few days visit to their friend Mr,
Louis M. Muildrow have returned tc
their homes.-Clark's Hill cor. Edge
field Advertiser, 26th.
Mr. W. H. Zeigler returned last
week from Orangeburg, having been
called there on account of the ex
treme illness of his little son and
daughter who sometime ago went to
Orangeburg with their mother to visit
Mr. S. B. Burns is visiting his moth
er, Mrs. J. C. Burns, at Wadesboro, N.
C. During his absence from the store
of his brother J. L. Burns, his place
will be filled by Mr. ,Jno. A. Lindsay,
who is somewhbat of a Ben Paysinger
clerk becore Ben went into busin-ess
After spending some time at "Plgo
dalh Cottage,'' Sullivan's Island, witb
Mrs. Charles F. Neyle,'Mrs. McNeill, of
Greenville, is in the city' for a while
at No. 36 Charlotte street. From here
she will go to Newberry and elsewhere
in the upcountry before returning
home.-Charleston Post, 26th.
Probate Judge F. M. Schumpert and
Mr. W. H. Lominick leave Tuesday
for Glenn Springs to be gone 10 days
or two weeks. The probate judge has
left signed marr.iage license certifi
cates with Clerk of Court Goggans so
as not 'to be a stumbling block in the
way of anyone wishing to undergo the
operation of matrimony.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mr. Roy Cannon has joined the mot
orcycle .racers. -
Mr. Allen E. Lyson and Miss Lessie
E. Price, both of Newberry, had mar
riage license issued Saturday.
Capt. W. S. Langford h.as changed
his car for an Overland Torpedo road
ster, bought through White Fant's
Mr. Russell Tidmarsh on Monday
bought an Ovorland 30-horse power
touring car through the White Fant
agency in Newberry.
The. Ladies' Aid society of Aveleigh
Presbyterian. church 'will meet Thurs
day afternoon at 5.30 o'clock with
Mi's. W. H. Carwile.
Mr. T. 0. -Stewa'rt is preparing to
build for himself and ~family a new
residence On his lot between his house
and Mr. J..P. Shealy's in Wilson street.
Mr. Irby D. S'hockley has signed a
contract for -the building of a six
room cottage for Mr. C. B. Spinks on
his lot between Mr. Aleck Singleton's
residence , and the vacant lot corner
friend and Wilson streets.
Request is made through these col
umns for "The Idler" to get Mayor
Langford to turn his goats in Milligan
street, as- near Mr. B. B. Reid's home
there is about a six-inch path between
St. Luke's Episcopal church will be
closed during August Rev. A. E. Cor.
nish is spending the summer with his
family at Saluda, N. C., a.nd several
members of the congregation being
out of the city.
If there are any persons in Newber
ry who 'haven't seen any of Mr. Layv
ender's motion pictures they have nc
idea what they have missed. The
price iJfnitsal a an atom comni
pared with the pleasure and benefit
Mr. J. W. Henderson says to tell The
Ydler that .if he can not get his park in
Newberry he, Jim Hende<rson, will
give him enough land on his Bush
river place just above Helena to make
a park. That it is an ideal place for
a park he says he can prove by J.
Marion Davis, John H-1enry Chappell
and Cannon G. Blease. Shade and
apring water and other attractions for
a park are there. Then maybe Messrs.
Parr and Hunter could get up their
CROSSES OF HONOR.
Applied for by Mrs. J. E. Noiwoodq
for June 3 May Now be Received
- From M. M. Buford.
The crosses of honor applied for by
Mrs. J. E. Norwood as president of
the Drayton Rutherford chapter, U. D.
C., for June 3, have been received and
may be obtained by those entitled to
them from Adjutant M. M. Buford,,of
the Jas. D. Nance camp.
The following or their descendants
may apply to Adjutant Buford, as
stated: J. W. Boozer, T. W. Davis, M.
W. Dickert, G. M. Ellesor, Y. T. Hutch
ineon, J. M. Koon, B. H. Lovelace, D. A.
Richardson, W. H. Setzler, A. C. Welch,
J L. Werts, W. W. Johnson, J. B.
State Meeting to be Held In Newberry
This Week, Beginning Friday
The Palmetto State Stenographers
association will convene in annual
session in the chamber of commerce
rooms in Newberry, on Friday morn
ing, August 4, at 10.30 o'clock, Presi
dent Lewis E. Wood, of Sumter, pr
siding. The meetings of the associa
tion will be public, and all the sta:1;
raphers of Newberry are invited and
urged to attend the sessions.
OES FOR ANDREW, PRATT.
Sheriff Buford Has Negro Charged
With Murder Located in Fayette.
Tflle, N. C.
sheriff Buford left on Monday
morning for Fayetteville, N. C., for
Andrew Pratt, the negro charged with
murder in the killing of Gordon
Hughes, in the Maybinton conm'mnity,
on Sunday, June 25.
On Friday night Sheriff Buford got
a telegram to come to a point near
Carlisle where he would be givpn
some valuable information. On Sat
urday morning Mr. McHardy Mower
kindly piloted the sheriff to the place
designated and back again, Sheriff Bu
ford returning with the information
he desired and thankful to Mr. Mower
for thle use of his car.
/The information was about Andrew
Pratt, colored, who was going by the
name of William Allen, at Fayette
yille, N. C. Sheriff Buford left on Mon
day morning for Fayetteville, where
the negro was held for him, the sheriff
~having' previously wired thle North
Carolina authorities to keep him in
FNANK DEVORE'S GOOD WORK.
Neat Sumi Raised to Put Newberry
Prosperity Road in Fine Con
Mr. F. P. Devore, the active secre
tary of the chamber of commerce and
rapid R. F. D. carrier, has raised $400
from the automobile people for the
purpose of working the road between
Newberry and Prosperity.
He has taken the matter up with
County Supervisor L. I. Feagle and
they will sand and clay the road, put
ting it in excellent trim for public
travel, suitable .to the rolling of every
thing from an automobile to a wheel
barrow. In carrying out the designs
of the chamber of commerce in this
particular Secretary Devore 'has dam
onstrated the fact that no mistake was
made when he was placed in the posi
tion he now holds. Aided in- spirit
and work by the worthy supervisor,
the chamber of commerce, through the
secretary, will ~have accomplished
good in the improving of the Newber
ry-Prosperity Toad. The automobile
people ought~to be and eno doubt are
glad of the opportunity to be of mate
rial assistance in the laudable move
Mimnaugh's August Sale.
Mimaugh announces his big Au
gust sale to begin on Wednesday at 9
a. m.He has decided to carry over
no goods and in order to do this has
put the doors down and opened the
gates wide. He has delayed his trip
'to New York a few days in order to be
sure that room has been made for the
fall goods which he 'has bought and
which he expects to buy. This is a
rare opportunity to secure goods at
half price. The sale will continue the
LITTLE MOUNTAIN REUNIO.
The Usual Big Crowd Expected at
Newberry College Gathering on
Friday, August 4.
The annual Newberry college reun
ion will be held at Little Mountain on
Friday of this week. This has long
been one of the occasions looked for
ward to by the friends of Newberry
college and the people generally of
Lexington, Edgefield, Saluda and New
berry counties. It is not only a col
lege reunion, but it is a reunion of
friends from all the surrounding
country, and the crowd usually
reaches three to four thousand people.
This year, as usual, the Columbia
Newberry and Laurens railway will
oYETate trains both ways for the ac
commodation of those who desire to
attend by rail.
The following are the speakers for
the occasion: Prof. J. E. Cannon, of
Little 'Mountain; President J. Henry
Harms. Newbeiry colleg: Rev. S. P.
'Koon, Prosperity, and C. J. Ramage,
Esq., of Saluda.
The -usual barbecue will be furnish
ed on the grounds.
County Farmers' Union.
The County Farners' union will
meet with the Utopia local union on
August 3. Matters of importance to
the union will come up for discussion
and it, is hoped that there will be a
good attendance at the county union.
Barbecues as advertised in. The.Her
ald and News:
At B. H. Wilson's residence August
2, by W. H. Suber and B. H. Wilson.
At Col. J. C. S. Brown's late reti
dence, August 10, by S. J. Cromer.
At residence, August 10, by L. .
At residence of Col. D. A. Rut, Au
gust 18, by David and Lomma Ruff.
At W. I. Herbert's residence, at
Utopia, on August 3, by W. I. Herbert
and J. C. Blair.
17anager Lavender Continues to Give
Newberry People the 9est to
Manager Lavender had on some fine
pictures last week at his motion pic
ture show in the old court house, and
he has an exceptonaIly attractive
program for 'this week. Manager Lav
ender is giving the people of Newberry
the best show of its kind Newberry
has ever had, and hle continues to keep
up with all the latest,amd best pic
tinres and to give the people of New
ery the benefit of -them.
There is no better way to spend a
little while in recreation than by at
~tending the Lavender shows.
A Delightfdl Entertainment. i.
On Tuesday evening, July 24, Mis
Julia Johnistonle entertained about 100
of her friends in honor of her guest,
Miss Marie Wilingham, of Winneboro,
. C. Punch was served during the
eveing by Miss Martha Johnstone.
After a few hours of engoyable chat,
dllicious ices were served by Misses
Mmie Paysinger, Annie Kiblet, Paii
line Fant, Ruth and Elizabeth Black
One Cent a WoraI. No ad
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
LOST-A cuff button on the streets of
Newberry. SuitaJble reward .paid to
finder. 3. A. Meldau.
ABSENT-I will be in Ne,wberry on,
August 12. After that will be ab
sent until first of September, when
I will return to take up my regular
work. G. W. Conior.
If You Wish to Sell That Farm Timber
.Land, store or residence, write us'
at once and send full description as
we have an attractive proposition to
off er you. Ligon Land Co., Sumter,
.8. C. 7-18-12t.
TO THE PUBLIC-My office will be
open Saturday, August 5, all day.
Don't feail to see .me if you are suf
fering with your eyes. I guarantee
all of my 'work. Eyes tested free.
Glasses scientifically fttted.- I also
thank the people that patronized me
so liberally last week. I will be here
in future once a month, and take
care of your eye troubles. Don't
forget to call at office on above date.
Dr. Ca,mpbell, Conmmercial Bank
WANTED-You to know I am paying
the highest prices for all kinds of
hides, and can supply you with the
best of fresh meats. T. M. Sanders.
Look! The Herald and News one
year for $1.50.
DEATH OF MRS. DOROTHY N.#NCE.
Widow of Major J. K. G.1;Nance and
Sister of Col. Wm. Drayton
Mrs. Dorothy Rutherford Nance,
widow of the late Major John K. G.
Nance, died at the home of her son,
Mr. James D. Nance, on the old R. V.
Gist place, in -this county, on Saturday
afternoon at about 2 o'clock, and was
buried 'at St. Phillips church on Sun
day afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Mrs. Nance was about 66 years of
age. She was a daughter of Dr.
Thomas B. Rutherford, and a sister of
the lamented Col. William Drayton
Rutherford, who, in the twenty-eighth
years of his age, fell at Strasburg,
Va., on October 13, 1864, at the head
of his regiment.' Her father, Dr.
Thomas B. Rutherford, was a grand
son of Col. Robert Rutherford, of 1e
volutionary fame, and her mother,
Mrs. Lauya Adams Rutherford, was a
direct descendant of the Adams family
of patriots who fought for their coun
try in Massachusetts.
She was married to, Major John K.
G. Nance in 1864. Major Nance h-.d
a distinguished war record, being pro
moted from first orderly sergeal to
major. His promotion from captain
to major came when his kisinan, Col.
Janies D. Nance, was mad.e colonel of
the Third regiment of Kershaw's bri
gade-the old First brigade of the
First division of th6 First corps of the
immortal Army of Northern Virginia.
After -the war he was engaged in
planting in Newberry county. He was
three times elected auditor of the
county. He was a leading spirit among
the Democrats during -the days of re
construction, and lent all his. energies
and talents to the great upheavel in
politics in 1876 that brought about the
overthrow of the negro party and re
stored the government -to the white
people of South Carolina. He died in
Descended from a long line of dis
tinguished ancestry on both sides of
her family,'Mrs. Nance was a woman
of strong 'character and of 'many
graces of person and charms of man
ner. She was a woman -whose death
is a distinct loss to the county and to
this section, and ber family have the
deep sympathy of hundred of frienids
in the sad bereavement.
She is survived by two sons-James
D. Nance, of the county, and Dr. John
'W. Nance, df Lake City, Fla. Four
daughters survive her-Mrs. J. A.
Sease, Mrs. Caldwell Ruff, Mrs. James
Lominick and Mrs. John Suber, all of
Death of Mr. T. H. Chalmers.
Mr. Thomas Hayne Chalmers died
suddenly with acute indigestion at his
home in Newberry on Monday morn
ing at about 9 o'cl'ock. He was taken
sick after midnight Sunday 'and, get
.ting worse, Dr. Gilder was called .in
'about 6 o'clock .Monday morning, but
'death had already nlarked its victim.
Mr. Chalmers had. attended the Orr
meeting Sunday andt was apparently
in his usual health. On Sunday after
noon he ate some watermelon, and, as
stated above, was seized with acute
indigestion a little after midnight.
The interment will take place in
Rosemont cemetery by the grave of
'his wife, service to 'br, held at the
~house of hi's son, Mr. Thos. C. Chal
m'emr, at 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon,
conducted by the Rev. J. WV. Carson.
Mr. Chalmers 'was 59 years old. He
~was a consistent and loyal member of
the Associate Reformed Presbyterian
church. To\ say th.at one- was a good
man is to pay the highest complimenit
to a name. Hayne -Chalmers was a
good man, and an .intelli-gint one
whose modesty held him back, but his
intimate friends knew his real worth.
He leaves a son, Mr. Thos. C. Chal
mers, and one daughter, Miss 'sara
Chalmers, one brother, Mr. M. L. Chal
mers, and one sister, Miss Janie Chal
Death of George Alva Hope.,
George Alva Hope died at his home
at Hope Station, just across the New
berry line, in Lexington county, on
Sunday, following an illness with ty
Mr. Hope was about thirty-four
ru2osfyearo: 9,o ?I,Plib MRDL SH
years of age. He was married in Feb
ruary of this year to Miss Ida Beatrice
Bedenbaugh, of the lower part of New
berry county. He is survived by his
wife, his mother, a sister and two
The funeral was held on Monday at
noon at St. John's church.
Mr. Hope was a young man of fine
traits of character and of a bright na
ture and genial disposition which,
made for 'him friends wherever he was
known. He attended Newberry col
lege here and was popular in New
There is an additional p-eculiar
tinge of sadness in the fact that he
leaves a bride of only half a year.
His wife and 'the entire family have
the loving sympathy of friends in this
cit and throughout N,e.wberry county.
All persons interested in
Eden graveyard are request
at the graveyard on Wedn
gust 9. L. H. -
SE'OND CAR new Tennessee
just arrived and while :it lasts
for, Desoto fine patent $4.72, f
patent $4.52. Moseley Bros., Pr
perity, S. C. 8-1-1
FURNiSHED BOOM FOR RENT
Close in, private family, hot and
cold water bath, electric lights. Ap
ply 1326 College street. 7-28-tf
WHEN you want watches or jewelry
repaired why not have a reliable firm
to do it. More watches ruined by
cheap, ,on't know how," sef-called
watch-makers than were ever worn
out in the pocket. See us. The Wil
liamson Co. 7-11-t.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC-Dr. oamp
bell, eye-sight specialist of Char
lotte, N. C., will be at his office in
Commercial Bank building, Newber
ry, till Saturday, July 29. Will visit
'Prosperity Monday and Tuesday,
July 31 and August 1. Will be In
Saluda August 3, and home at his
office in Newberry, Saturday, Au
gust 5, for town engagements, etc.
Phone 348. 7
BOYS-A treasure chest, full of h
dreds of dollar in hard coih'
traff to it, any wide-awake
follow. Don't worry any
where to get real money
ever artcle you- want.
and -dt it. Parents in,
for -this self-same .ROAD
many a boy to aebankiNcOuLt. Come
with your boy If yu choose. Come
early. Mayes' -Book Store.
BARBECUE-We will give alar' e
at St. Jaul's on Friday, July;28,
occasion of the good roads ee$#Jg
when a number of speakers .wl -
dress the meeting. 'Admapion to
table, 40 and 45 cents. George lc
- ardson, Walter Richaidsom.. t
BARBECUE-The unden e
fArnish a first-class barecue At.0e
esidence of Col. D. A. u f i
day, August 18. Everybody is 40'tW'
ed to come and enjoy a good. dIa
David and, Loamma Ruff
BEAUTIFUL line of diamond brooches
at cost Buy now, save "uoney. The
Williamson Co. i-11-t.
LEARN AUTO1MOBILE BUSINESS
Take a 30 days practical edurse1n
our well equipped machine shops
and learn the automobile business
and accept good positions. Char
lotte Auto School, Chalotte, N. 0.
NEWBEERY Hotel cafe, open-reason
able hours. Good things to eat, in
season, cool, wit1i good- service. C.
BABECUE-We will give a arbedue
oin August 2 at the residence of B
HK Wilson, in the oak grdV4. WKH
Suber, B. K, Wilson. 3t
BUY a ring,-locket and chain bra e
or watch now. Selling them at cost
~to make room for new goods. The
Williamson Co. 1 fltf.
EXPERT WATCH and fewelry repair
ing. I have opened a repair shop In
Ward & Chapman's shoe store, in
the Fraternity building, for the el:
clusive repairng of watches and jew
elry and sp'ntacles. I- will devote
,my whole time to this'work, and Vll
deliver my work promptly. I will
appreciate yuur work. I guarantee
my work. 1 will also fit spectacles
and eye glasses, guaranteeing-eaatieV
faction. No charges for ezaind
tion. Yours truly, 3. Guy Daniels.
BARBECUE-I will give a first-class
barbecue at ngy residence on Thurs
day, ~August 10,'1911. L. C. Piltts. 4
BARBECE-I will give.a barbecue'at
the late residence of Co. J. C. S.
Brown on August 10. Dinners 35
and- 45 cents.- S. J. Cromer. 7-25-5t.
CAEB LOAD BUGGIES-Just in. Steel
ahnd rubber tires at prices unheard
of in this market before. Take ad
vantage of -this and buy quick. E.
M. Evans & Co. 6-2-ti
FOR RENT-One 4-room cottage on
Nance street Electric lights and
city water. Rent r'easonable. Ap
ply to T. M. Sanders. 5-12-f-ti.
WANTED-Young men and ladles to
learn telegraphy. We are receiving
more calls for our graduates than
we can supply. Charlotte Telegra
phy School, Charlotte, N. C. 3-7-ti.f.
JUST arrived, a carload of heart and. i
sap shingles. Langford &~