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Novements of Many People, New
berrians and Those Who Visit
Senator Alan Johnstone went to
Walhalla Thursday on business.
Mrs. Nora Werts, of Silverstreet,
was in the city Wednesday.
Mr. Issie B. Mann has returned home
Miss Lizzie Gaillare left Tuesday to
resume her work as teacher at the Ce
dar Springs institute.
Miss Hattie Smith, of Blairs, was on
a visit this week to her sister, Mrs. T.
Miss Ruth Halfacre, of Newberry, S.
C., entered the Woman's college last
week.-A. R. Presbyterian, 4th.
Miss Maggie Suber, of Long Lane, is
spending the week with her aunt, Mrs.
T. C. Cannon, at Mr. W. F. Ewart's.
Bill Ewart left Hendersonville on
Sunday night for Los Angeles, Cal.,
expecting to make that city his home.
Mr. Louis Willard, of Newberry, is
visiting his mother, Mrs. R. H. Wil
lard.-Buffalo cor. Union Times, 29th.
Mr. W. A. Andrews, of Whitmire, is
the guest of his brother, Mr. Geo. W.
Andrews.-Anderscn Journal, 28th.
Mrs. G. H. Rawl and son, HouseaL
are spending a few days with friends
in Newberry.-Leesville News, 4th.
Rev. D. Pet Boyd. returned Monday
night from Leesville, accompaned by,
his friend, Mr. Thos. H. Adams, whol
spent Tuesday with him.
Miss Nenie Caldwell left Saturday
to take charge of her school in New
berry county.-Winnsboro News and
Miss Addie Rikard has returned to
'her home in Newberry, after a short
visit to her sister, Mrs. H. P. Baker.-I
Greenwood Journal, 2nd.
Mrs. A. T. Brown returned last
week from V1llliamston, having stop
ped some time there on her way home
Miss Eliza Mabry came up from'
Newberry Wednesday to attend the
funeral of Mr. M. H. Wilson.-Abbe- j]
ville Medium, 29th.
Mrs. Lizzie Langford and son, Mr.
Smith, of Newberry, were the guests of
Mrs. J. L. Merchant, Sunday.-Saluda 1
Mr. W. H. Anderson and family have
returned to Newberry from Harrison-1
burg, Va., and the Anderson Ten Cent
store is full of bright, new goods.
Mr. Thomas Rhoden, of Langley, at
tended the funeral of his brother, Mr.
Kenoley Rhoden, at West End ceme
tery Thursday morning.
Miss Gillette Schu-mpert, of New
~berry, is expected in the city this
week to teach art.-Rock Hill Record,
2nd. Miss Schumpert left Thursday.
Mrs. Murrell, of Columbia, arrived I,
in the city Wednesday on account of Li
the critical illness of her brother, Mr. J
Fred. J. Russell.
Mr. Clyde E. Shockley, telegraph
operator and ticket agent at Union,
was in the city Tuesday ilisiting his ,
Mrs. E. F. Blease, of Newberry,
mother of Governor~Blease, is visiting
ber nephews, Messrs. D. P. and A. W.
Davis-Chester Lantern, 3rd. t
Mr. Young Brown, of Prosperity,
spent Monday night in Due West. He
was on his way to the Dental college ~
at Vanderbilt.-A. R. Presbyterian.
Rev. D. P. Boyd, of Newberry, spent
Saturday and Sunday here with his
sister, Mrs. J. B. Riser, and preached
in the M. E. church Sunday evening.
-Leesville News, 4th.
Miss Ammie Taylor, of the business
office of The Herald and News, is
spending a vacation in Columbia. Dur
ing her absenes her place is being fill
ed by Miss Anne' bickert.
Miss Minnie Mer:-mon, who hr. been
residing for some ti-ne w:tla her broth
er, R. D. Merrimion, left Tuesday for
Sumter, where s.h , all mak3 her
home. She will stop over in Newberry
to visit her sister, Mrs. TLam'bert W.
Jones.-Cokesbury cor. areenwood
VARiOUS AND ALL ABOT T.
The bridge on Scott's creeki ai Lind
say street is in very bad and danger
Some of the cellars under stores
would be more pleasant if each a Itar
rel of cologne turned loose in it.
There will be a communion service
at Mayer Memorial church at 11
o'clock, by the Rev. J. B. Harmon.
Re. D. P. Boyd, of Newberry,
preached a good sermon at the Meth
odist church last Sunday night.-Lees
ville News, 4th.
A mule belonging to Mr. E. P. Mat
thews dropped dead while working to
a wagon near home in No. 5 township
The Helena town council, through
Mayor W. S. Melton, has granted the
Southern Power company a franchise, I
through the town.
What is so rare as a day in October
-in Atlanta.-Atlanta Constitution.
The day in Newberry. Shake hands
with October; she's all right.
The Rev. D. P. Boyd began a meet
ng at Tranquil church, Jalapa, on
Wednesday night to be continued un
til Sunday night. He is assisted by
the Rev. A. M. Gardener.
A ticket for the "Tour of the
World" includes everything-automo
bile fare, refreshments, etc. Price 50
cents for grown people, and 25 cents
That rest room on the first floor of
the old court house will be a good
thing, but a good thing all the time is
Mr. Lavender's moving picture show
The Ladies' Aid society of the First
Baptist church will have a rummage,
sale, also a cake and pastry sale, on
Saturday, October 14. Place of sale to
be given later.
The Woman's Home and Foreign
Missionary society of the Lutheran
Church of the Redeemer will meet
with Mrs. E. R. Hipp on Monday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock.
The Woman's Foreign and Home
qissionary society of Central Method- I
st church will meet with Mrs. Can- I
aon G. Blease on- Tuesday afternoon s
t 4.30 o'clock. s
There are several women in this city
who would believe the clocks before I
:hey would their husbands when their a
usbands tell them it is 10 o'clock at e
ight when they come in as the clock b
C. G. Blease & Co. have sold their
)usiness in Caldwell atreet opposite the
ewberry hotel to the Newberry Pool
Parlor company. Mr. Henry D. Adams r
as changed his headquarters to the1
)l parlor under the Crotwell hotel. a
Mr. D. A. Livingston has sold his
nterest .in the building of Livingston- e
~ominack company to the. other miem- .
ers of the company for $2,100. He h
etains his interest in the stock of s
Happening at the office of Hunt, s
-Iunt & Hunter the other day a rep- nl
esentative of The Herald and News.f
aw Mr. I. H. Hunt manipulating an
d'ison's business phonograph. It is F
ne of the best arrangements the
riter has ever seen.
Mr. J. L. Nelson, of Richmond, tray
'ling inspector Life Insurance com- 0
any of Virginia, is in the city. Mr. J. h
D. Alexander will be transferred from b
~ewerry to the Anderson district,.9
eaving Friday for his new field of la- e:
or. His family will follow him a
eek later. In the -nr atime -Mr. Nel
on will be shown around by Mr. B. B..
Aed Headand News representativeC
ad the pleasure Wednesday afternoon si
f a drive with Mr. R. B. Wallace h
ehind his beautifuf "Lucile," going to 4
akand. That is a fine location for a t<
otton mill, in a pretty piece of coun- r n
ry, and the new mill building andt
ouses are showing- up well as they s5
re progressing towards opening day. a
~resident W. H. Hunt and his direc- c
ors are to be congratulated upon the v
romising outIook. ti
SUCCEEDS HER SISTER.
iss Julia Kibler Chosen to High '
Positions of Trust by FeIlow-Stu- Ia
dents of Randolph-Macon.t
Miss Julia M. Kibler, who recently I
eturned to Randolph-Macon for her
senior year, has been elected Missc
Bessie Kibler's suen~essor as president
f the Athletic association. Randolph
\acon is under student-government,a
ind Miss Julia was elected to succeed
Miss Bessie ca1 the student committee.
At its meeting last week she was made
head-monitor, which fills her time to
overfowing with responsibilties.
This is a nice compliment to young
ladies of exceptionally fine talents
for a young lady to succeed her sis
ter in positions showing such high es
teem on the part of their fellow-stu
dents. Newberry is justly proud of
the success of these charming young
The D. A. Dickert Chapter.
The D. A. Dickert chapter, Children,
of Confederacy, will meet on Saturday
afternoon, October 7, at 4 o'clock at
the residence of Mrs. J. Y. McFall.
Carolyn Caldwell. Secty.
THE OAKLAND COTTON MILL.
Fine Showing at Annual Meeting of
Stockholders Held Here on
A most encouraging showing was
nade at the annual meeting of the
,tockholders of the Oakland Cotton
dill, held on Thursday. This mill is
iow almost completed, and all the ma
:hinery will soon be Installed and the
nill put into operation.
Dr. W. G. Mayes was elected chair
nan of the stockholders' meeting, and
W, H. HUNT,
President and Treasurer.
/r. F. N. Martin secretary.
The chairman appointed the follow
ng committee. on proxies: J. M. Kin
rd, H. H. Rikard and James B. Rea
The president and treasurer, Col.
Vlter H. Hunt, made his annual re
ort to the stockholders. This report
howed the affairs of the mill in good
hape, and a strong and healthy condi
ion of the corporation was shown.
Vrk on the mill building has been
s rapid .as was consistent with the
xcellent character of the work which
as been done, and all departments of
tie big new enterprise showed a sat
The auditing committee, consisting
f Messrs. W. H. Wallace, Arthur Kib
wr, P. E. Scott and Dr. C. D. Weeks,
eported that they had examined the
ooks and vouchers of the treasurer
nd found them correct.
The following directors were elect
d: Dr. Geo. Y. Hunter, C. E. Summer,
A. Burton, Z. F. Wright, Geo. S.
[ower, I. H. Hunt, Jno. M. Kinard, F.
.Martin, W. H. Hunt.
Following the adjournment of the*
tockholders' meeting, the directors
et and elected the following officers
>r the ensuing year:
President and Treasurer-W.. H.
Vice-president-Jno. M. Kinard.
Secretary-F. lN.. Martin..
The Oakland mill has behind it mnen
fine business ability and who
ave' the entire- counfdence of the
usiess world, and 'enght things are
redcted for this big new Newberry
Mied at Cliaon..
Mr. Kenoley Rhoden,, a fornmer citia
1 of Newberry, was seized with hem
rrrhage at the Lydia milT viIasge in'
linton on Tuesday nighit and~ died
iddenly, aIthough he hadf been i:n bad
alth for some time. He was about
)years old. The bod'y was b'rought
Baxter's funeral parfor Wetresday
ght and buried at West End ceme
ry on Thursday morning at- 10.30,
~rvice Dy the Woodmen of the World
d the- Rev. L. B. White. The de
~ased was. twice married. ife is sur
ved by- his wife and' two' sons,. one by
e former union, besides three broth
rs, Vtr. Ed. Rhodenr, of V'ancluse;
[r. Thos. Rhoden, of Langiey, and
[r. Parker Rhoden, of Graniteville.
he deceased had feft Newberry only
month ago. The community sympa
izes with the famriTy in their sorrow:.
Piano Exhibit at the Fair.
Mr. Wallace, of the Wallace Piano
ompany, returned from Columbia on
Wednesday. He made arrangements
rith the State fair authorities to place
n exhibit at the approaching State
air. He will have a space 20x50
eet in the center of the Corn Exposi
ion building now in course of con
truction. Mr. WalIace will have an
8,000 exhibit-fifteen of the Hallet &
)avis instruments, up-rights, grands
nd virtuolos; five different styles of'
irtuolos to be shown in addition to
he up-rights and grands.
The building, which will not be
ompleted during the fair, will have
[imensions of 167x400 feet-covering
.n .area of 66,800 square feet, and will
e the largest building south of New
There will be preaching and corn
nunion services held at Clayton Me
orial church Sunday, October 8.
MR Jino. S. Cook.
i A Happy Gathering at the Home c
Mr. Luther M. Long-A Day of
The custom of family reunions is nc
new. Even in the time of Job tb
beautiful custom was in vogue. Ur
fortunately the custom is not as prf
valent as it should be. There is notl
ing more beautiful than the gatherin
of relatives and fr!ends at the ol
home around one common board i
bonds of Christian love and fellowshi]
Last Saturday one of the good, ol
time family reunions was held at tb
home of Mr. Luther M. Long. Amon
those present on this happy occasio
were the eleven chnaren, but on
who was detained at home on accour
of illness in the family; many of th
grandchildren, Mr. Thos. Blair, fathe
of Mrs. J. J. Long; Mr. T. E. Wickei
Mrs. Jacob Sease, Mr. Joe Epting, Mi
and Mrs. J. B. Reagin, Rev. John I
Moose, and Rev. Edward Fulenwide:
pastor of the family.
Two large tables in the cool shad
yard groaned beneath the weight of
dinner fit for a king. After all ha
eaten, and enjoyed themselves to tb
fullest extent, Rev. J. J. Long mad
a short speech and calld upon Rev:
Edward Fulenwider and J. B. Moosi
who responded in short addresses c
encouragement and congratulation
All seemed happy and cheerful, bi
the happiest of all were Mr. and Mn
Long, whose smiling faces bespok
their feelings. To add even mor
pleasure to the occasion, and shol
the esteem in which these loving pal
ents are held, the children presente
them a nice purse of money.
The occasion was a most happy onw
and will linger long in the hearts c
those who were fortunate enough t
be present. May a kind Father eve
bless these parents, and their childrei
who, except in the case of Rev. J.
Long, who has a large church in Nort
Carolina and is doing a most excellen
work, have settled on and around th
old home. There are very few in
stances like this now, where the chi]
dren have been content and satisfie
to live near their parents and forr
such a large, fine community. An<
best of all there is not, in commioa
homely but expressive phrase, a singl
black sheep in the- large flock.
The large community made up a
the Longs, Reagins, Seases, Eptings
etc., is a fine one, and had we man;
mre such this country would 'o
much better off. E. F.
Woman's Christian Temperance Unior
The Wboman's Christtan Temperano
union met at Mrs. Mary Wright's o:
Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
It being the time for the annua
election,. the' following cd!i-cers wer
President,. Mrs. J. W.. White; vice
president, Mrs. C. H. Cannon;, secre
tary, Mss Eva Gary; treasurler anm
corresp0fnding secretary, Mrs. E. E
Williamson;; superintendent etprs
Mrs. ,L 3. Workman; superintenden
of literature,. Miss Engenfa Epps
supenitedent of frawer~ missioi
Mrs. t W. Smith; superiitdenden
unfermented wines, Mrs. Mary Wiright
superitendtet meda contest,, Mrs. C
B. Miartin;; superintendent scientifi<
instruction,. Mrs. A. J-..B~owes; super
intendt White Ribbon recruits, Mrs
R. D. Smitfr
Mis.. E.. E. Williaanison -is sent a
delegate to the State conventiot
which meets in Manning;, S.. C.,. Oxn
A Newberr.an's Success.
kr.. Rbert P.. Fair, whose rsapia
rise. in the busi.ness world has bee)
watched with mu.ch ilaterst hy hi
many friends here, has received an
other promotion.. He; has lhe.en gen
eral manager of the Charlotte offic
o the Lndiamz Refining company c
New York, and. upon the recent con
solidation of this omlce with thi
Lynchburg office he was made genera
manager at Lynch.burg, with jurisdic
tion over Virginia, North and Sout]
At the Baptist Church.
At the First Baptist church, Sunda3
October 8, a.t the 11 o'clock servic
there~ will be the ordination of deacons
Dr. Z. T. Cody, of Greenville wi]
preach. Dr. Cody was for severa
years pastor of the First Baptis
church, of Greenville, resigning i:
June to -take charge of the Baptis
The rally day exercises of th'e Suu
day school, which were postponed fror
last Sunday, will be held at 4 o'clocn
Ip. m. The public cordially invited
October 2. Henry Jones and Dais
Glasgow. Jim Ruff and Sallie Her
bert. All of Newberry county an
THE CITY SCHOOLS.
f Total Enrolment is 913-Work of Year
is Well Under Way and Out
t The enrolment of the Newberry city
e schools up to Thursday was as fol
Boundary Street school 22C.
Speers Street school 154.
g West End school 130.
d High school 107
n Hoge school 296.
> Total enrollment 913.
l- Total white enrollment 617.
e -The high school ha3 x07 already this
g year, as against 80 tor tne whole of
n last year.
The. readjusting of the different
t grades for the year has been practical
e ly completed.
r Teachers and pupils have started off
, the work with a minimum of difficul
ties, and all the schools may be said
to be well under way with the school
* work. The new teachers have taken
hold of their work with remariable
a The schools have started off in such1
d a way as to cause general gratification
e and encouragement, and it is believed
e that one of the best years the schools
. have had for a long time is ahead of
3, them. Pupils, teachers and trustees
I are greatly enthused over the bright
it Nearly all of the children have met
the vaccination requirements, and it
e is believied that before the limit ex
pires on next Monday morning, all will
v have complied with the city ordinance
- 7hich the schools are bound to en
D One Cent a Word. No ad
vertisement taken for less
r. than 25 cents.
t PURE home-raised Bancroft seed
oats for sale. E. M. Evans & Co.
DON'T MISS seeing our. one-horse
grain drills -for sowing oats and
Swheat or any kind of grain between
cotton and corn rows. Enables you
to sow, grain before gathering youir
crops. Does the work of five hands.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no sale.
'E. M. Evans & Co.
PURE home-raised Baneroit seed
Soats for sale. E. M.. Evans & Co.
DON'T MISS seeing our one-horse
Sgrain drills for sowing oats aund
a wheat. or any kind of grain between
cotton and corn rows. Enables you
- to sa~w grain before gathering your
- crops.. Does the work of fLve hands.
I Satisfaction guaranteed. or no sale.
.E. M.. Evana &. Ca.
PE! bomne-raised. Bancroft seed
"oats, for sale. E.. M.. Evans & Co.
DOLN'T MSS seeing our one-horse
-grain drills for sowing oats and
-wheat-or any kind of grain between
cotton and corn rows.. Enables you
to sow grain befo.re: gathering your
crops. Does the work of five hands.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no sale.
E. M.Evans & Co.
1 SEASON OPEN for fresh fish and Nor
1folk oysters at Paysinger & Cow
-WATCHES, jewelry and spectacles
e repaired quickly, accurately, prompt
f ly, reasonahly.. Watches and jewelry
- for sale. See me. J. G. Daniels, at
i, Ward & Chapman's Shoe Store.
1 JAMES DODD, agent ror Cole Bros.
Lightning Rod company, St. Louis,
Mo. The best rod made. Any one
wanting buildings rodded write me,
or call at the Crotwell hotel, New
aberry, S. C. 9-29-1m
SFOR SALE-Fifteen white Leghorn
1Cothrans. Prices $1.00 to $2.00. Can
tbe seen at Bishop's stables Saturday,
SSeptember 30. H. T. Renwick.
- '.AR of A. S. Lee & Son's Commercial
lime for grain; also acid and guano.
See S. J. Kohn, Prosperity, S. C.
TO RENT--Dwelling, 8 rooms and re
cention hall, suitable for two fain
y lies. Lights, water and sewerage.
- C..orner Johnstone and Wilson Sts.
I Possession October 1. Full informa
(Corrected by Nat Gist).
Strict good middling.. .. .. ..10
Good middling.. ..........
Strict middling... ... ... ....9%
(By Robt. McC. Holmes).
Strict good middling..........9%
Good middling........... .
Strict middling... ... ... ... ..1%
(By Summer Bros. Co.)
Cotton seed .... ... ... ... ...25%
(By A. P. Coleman).
Cotton... ... ... ... ... ... ...
ICotton seed... ... ... ... .....25%
(By Silverstreet Warehouse Co.)
Cotton........... ... . .
Seed ... ... ... ..... ... ... ...25%
(By Aull & Hipp). -
Cotton... ... ... ... ... ... ...9%
Cotton seed... ... ... ... ...25%
(By J. L. & : '. Wise).
Cotton seed .... ... ... ... ...25%
(By J. B. Derrick).
Cotton... ... ... ... .....9% to 9%
Seed... ... ... ... ... ... ...25%
(By Glenn-Lowry Mfg. Co.)
Cotton... ... ... ... ..... ... 9 9-16
(By Smith Bros.)
Cotton. ..... ... ... ...... ..9
Seed. ..... ......... ... ... 27
LADIES' WORK given special atten
tion at the Quality Pressing Club.
Give us a trial Suit or Skirt. H. D.
Havird, Manager. Phone 290.
CALL at J. L. Burns for fresh groc
THE QUALITY PRESSING CLUf
Three good reasons why you should
have your work done here. 1st. We
are responsible for your goods. 2nd.
We clean and press only for white
people. 3rd. We use the best clean
ing preparations. Phone 290. H.
D. Havird, Manager.
LITTLETON FEMALE, COLLIGI
O..r fall term will begin September
20, 1911. For catalogue addres Lit
tle College, Littleton, N. C. 9-4-im
GINNING-We are now prepareI to
serve the public. All machinery hat
been overhauled and Ia now In Iret
class condition. We furnish bag
ging and ties at market price.. Will
appreciate your patronage. .South
ern Cotton Oil Co., L. W. Floyd, Mgr.
LEARN AUTGMGBILE BUSNE
Take a 30 days practical course
our well eqarippd machine shop.
and learn the automobile business
and aeet good positions. Char
. lptte Auto Scho'ol, Chrlo~tte, N. C.
WANTKD-Yeuang men and lades t
learn telegraphy, We are receiving -
moere calla for our grad4uates thaa
we can supply. Charlotte Telegra-J
phy School,. Charlette, 1?. C. 3-7-trL
JUST a.rrived, a earlead of heart and
sap shingles. Langford & Bua-,
TURKETS: AND EGGS WANTED, andi
higher prices paid, at the Newberry
MONET T4 LENDl-Money to lend on
rea.l estate. Long time and easy
Ipayments. Hunt, H'unt & Hunter. ?
CALL at J. L. Burna for fresh groe-~
WANTED--5,000~ green rawhides by
Novenrber 15. Will pay highest prip
es. I have a nice line of fresh-melta
at all times. T. M. Sanders.
SEE J. L. Burns for fresh groceri
OYSTERS, ETC.-Fresh oysters will
be served daily in any style called
for at the Newberry hotel cafe. Ei'
erything else good that the market
SEE J. L. Burns for fresh grocerieL,
WANTED-At once. 50 last winters'
suits to clean and press at the Qual
ity Pressing Club. We make them.,
like new. Phone 290. We call for
and deliver the goods. H. D. Havird,
FOR SALE-Jersey bull, 12 mon
old ready or service, entitled to
istration. S. M. Duncan. 9-19
FOE SA.LE-400 bushels pure selec
Banerofts oats. H. H. Abramls.