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The Movements of Many People
Newberrians, and Those Who
Miss Mae Amick is teaching school
in Lexington county.
Misses Marie Werber and Grace
Clark have returned to Newberry.
Miss Ola Hutchinson is visiting her
uncle, Mr. J. D. Hutchinson.
Miss Annie Higgins will leave Fri
day to cpen her school in Anders3n
county, near Honea Path.
Misses Pauli-ne and Laura Anderson,
of Charleston, are visiting Mrs. R. H.
Mr. ii by D. Shockley left Tuesday
for Atlanta to spend a week with his
daughter, Miss Emma Shockley.
Messrs. Howard Franklin and Char
ley Dudley took in the circue at Clin
Mr. J. H. Caldwell has moved from
1122 Summer street to 914 Glenn
Col. N. P. Walker, president of Ced
ar Springs institute, was in the city
Mrs. Lizzie DeWalt, of Prosperity,
spent last week in the city with her
brother, Mr. R. T. Cal-dwell, and fam
Mrs. W. E. Glenn, of Saluda, has
been called to Newberry on account
of extreme illness r her sister, Mrs.
R. S. Perry.
Miss Sara Caldwell, of Newberry,
who is teaching near Level Land,
spent Saturday in town with friends.
-A. R. Presbyterian, 1st.
Miss Sarah Izard, of the seminary,
spent Sunday at Whitmire, a guest at
the home of Rev. John R. Rosebro.
Mr. Job Hentz, of Pomaria, spent
several days in Union this week and
visited his daughter, Miss Minnie
Hentz, who is a student at Clifford
Mts. 0. W. LeRoy and children, af
ter spending the summer here with
her sisters, Misses Sallie and Jessie
Coppock, returned last week to her
- ame at Orlando, Fla.
* Mr. W. M. Hamilton has been pro
moted front Shoals Junction to as
sistant ticket agent at the union sta
tion, Newberry, under Mr. G. L. Rob
inson, ticket agent here.
Miss. Mamie Cromer, of Newberry, is
to teach near Westminster. She stop
ped by last wetk to see a sister, who
is a student at the Woman's college,
as she went up to begin wortk.-A. R.
Col. George Johnstone, of Newberry,
known throughout tae State as ohe of
the ablest lawyers of the Southern
Bar, was inl town Saturday, attending
a: meeting of the Lexington Bar asso
ciation. Col. Johnstone will be with
us next week and ederybody will be
.glad.-Lexington Dispatch, Nov. 1.
SMrs, Virginia Chalmers and her son,
Mr. Spearman Chalmers, of Greenville,
who are -in Newberry with their rela
tive, Mrs. W. E. Felker, will return
next week to their home, accompanied
by Mrs. Felker, who will make her
l'ome with them. Mrs. Anna Kyle, an
aunt who has been living with Mrs.
*Felker for sometimne, will also return
* to Gre-rS
Mrs. E. T. Carlson received message
Tuesday that her mother, Mrs. D. C.
Smith, of Saluda, was very ill. M[r.
and Mrs. Carison left Tuesday for Sa
ludo, going in Mr. Carlson's automo
bile, and having :i time of it in; the
rain. Mr. Carlson, who has refer ned,
says the roads w:e'e awful in, places.
He got stuck in thes madl. A mess ige
Thursday says Ms. Smith v'is imn
Brother B. J. Wood ward. of Grear,
was in our office a fewv minutes last
week. He hadJ just closed a good meet
ing with pastor L. s;. White. of New
'berry, in which there were about 2C
professions of faith. Brother Wood
ward can not long be out of a meeting
He has held several this. year and onlE
of the best was that in his owr
c'hurch, which closed on the third
Sunday in September in which ther'
were twenty additions\ to the member
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
P. B. Hutchinson is announced a
a candidate for alderman front Ward
The carnival will open here for
week beginning on the 13th.
The fire department Ais drapedi
mourning in honor of' the late mtn
ber, F. J. Russell.
The fair visitors from Newberi
woul1d fill a large space in The He
ald and News.
opera house on Friday night, Novem
The Rev. J. A. Sligh is a delegate
to the first conference on Civil and
Social Center Development, at Madi
son, Wis., October 25-28.
That last new cement sidewalk
points to the site oZ the new post
office building all right. That much a
That early Monday night fire didn't 3
amount to much. It was only a little'
blaze at Henry D. Havird's pressing t
Ex-Magistrate J. H. Chappell has
been appointed coroner to fill the un
expired term of the late Coroner W. s
Mr. I. L. Blaustein has opened a 1
branch store at Clinton. Mr. W. G. w
Gray, late of the Observer, is man- c
agei- of the store.
The cement sidewalk in College
street leading from Main to Friend
is one of Superintendent J. Monroei
Wicker's best pieces of work.
Mr. T. N. Parks has given up mer- t]
chandizing and returned to his former b
position as bill clerk at the Southern li
Don't forget to visit the chrysanthe
mum fair next week. The ladies of
i the PresbyteTian church will hold the
fair and they want you to come. t
Primrose Williams forfeited a $5 r
bond for failing to tLppear before Re
corder Jno. W. Earhardt Thursday I
morning to answer to the charge ofe
P. 'F. Baxter & Son are delivering a
some handsome marble and granite f
monuments, not only in Newberry, but
they have shipped two to North Caro
Mr. Frank L. Bynum has been ap-a
pointed as a delegate to representld
South Carolina at the conference of 1
the American Socievy ror Judicial Set
tlement of International Disputes, to b
be held in Cincinnati November 8 t,
and 9. -
Mr. Oliver Havird, of Newberry, well .b
known in Columbia because of hisd
prowess, on the Carolina baseball C
teams of 1909 and 1910, i.s in the city!
to cheer the Gamnecocks in their big t
battle Thursday.-Columbia Record. f'
Mr. Hugh Wilson, living about six 6
miles from the city on route two, in
te Caldwell section, lost his dwellingI
about 7 o'clock Tuesday morning.
Some of the contents of the house were
saved. . It is supposed the origin of
the fire was matches .and rats.
The Junior Co-eds of Newberry col
lege are selling tickets to the mnoving~
picture show at the old court housec
this week and -next. One half of the e
proceeds will :be used for the purpose
of buyin~g new books for the library 1f
of Newberry college.
Dr. I. E. Crimm, the eminent and
Ipopular specialist in the proper ad
justment of glasses to t'he eye, will
be in Newberry until the 11th instant.
The time is short for those who have
not attended to the important matter
of the eyesight.
Mr. J. M. Ward, of Newberry, is not;f
only a visitor to the Sta.te fair, but ae
prospective (and very much so) prize
winner. Mr. Ward has a number of c
specimens of fine pohlItry, Rhode Ls
land Reds -and others, in the poultry t
department, and to the untrained eye.1
hi.s birds appear to be among the best
in the department.-Columbia Rcord.
Acknowledgment Donations to Ladies
Tanks, with sincere appreciation,
for the courtesy of the press, The Her
aid and News and the Observer; also
for the many kindly acts of interest
of the merchants 0f this city in fur
*nishing for women one of the neatest. 1
rest rooms in upper Carolina'.
Donations since last report:
Sheriff M. M. Buford, flne wicker
Mr. Frank R. Hunter, tuberette for
Mr. Hill, soaip.
Mc LeRoy, valuable aid in removal
Mr. J1. W. Chapman, box talcum pow
Selnon Blaustein, box of nice soap,
two boxes talcum powder.
Bernard Blaustein, hair brush, comb
sand dress brush.
- Sidonia Summerfield, Baltimore, lae
Louis Rogers, soap holder.
Cornelius Ev'ans, three boxes ivory
Dorothy Denning, growing fern.
Paul Denning, traw cut flowers.
'Dr. 0. PB. Mayer. $1 cash for hired
C. J. Purcell, .50 cents, hired help.
C:Mr'. Norwood, 27 cents, hired help.
WERTZ'S HEIRS TO FORTU-NE.
aid That Estate of Hans Jacob Wertz,.
Valued at $180,000,000 Has Never
The following from the Johnstoni
ews-Monitor will be of considerable
iterest in Newberry, where there are
considerable number of the Werts
"A meeting of a large number of
Vertz heirs was recently held at
.ock Island, Ill., at which an associa
.on was formed for the purpose of ob
lining the name of every Wertz in
2e United Stats in order that their
laims may be pushed. Mr. William
ertz, of Newberry, has a document
igned by King GeoVge II, of England,
nd dated 1758, deeding 250 acres of
mnd in Holland to Hans Jacob Wertz,
-ho has three sons. These three so.ns
ame' to America and settled in dif
rent sections of the country and be
"In the meantime Mr. Hans Jacob
ertz died and his estate has never
een settled. It is stated that the
roperty has increased in value to
i2 extent of $185,000,000. There has
een found so far 200 Wertz heirs, the
.neage of each of which will be traced
nd recorded, and as soon as the or
anization is perfected attorneys will
e employed and action -commenced.
"Mr. 0. S. Wertz, our fellow towns
ian, claims to be a grandson of the
red sons who came over from Eu-1
ope, which would make him a great
randson of Mr. Hans Jacob Wertz, tol
rhom King George deeded the prop
ty. Mr. Wertz is 're'iving the con-I
ratulations of his Johnston friends
nd all wish him success in heiring a
aw million dollars in his old age."
The ladies of Aveleigh Presbyterian
hurch will hold their annual chrys
nthemum fair on Thu-rsday and Fri
ay evenings, November 9 and 10, in
aysinger vacant store, lower Main
treet, and in connection will hold a
azaar, at which numerous booths con
aining various articles, will be dis
layed. Among them being a doll
ooth, larkins booth, fancy work, can
y, pillow, baby, flower and the famous
The doors will be open Thursday af
arnoon at 3 o'clock, and no admission
se will be charged.
Supper will be served, beginning at
Turkey Roast Pig
acaroni - .Rice,
Fifty cents plate.
Ice cream 10 cents, cake 5 cents.
Friday evening, oyster sup per, 25
ents. Ice cream 10 cents, cake 5
There will be no prizes awarded for
owers. Everybody come and get a
:ood old time supper and enjoy the
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Mrs. Welch Wilbur gave a delight
ul and informal affair Thursday aft
rnoon in honior of Mrs. Tolbert, of
ew Haven, Conn., who is the guest
f Mrs. J. J1. Lane. The country home
vas beautiful with autumn decora
ions,and after an hour of talk and
ancy work, a salard and ice course
vas .served to about a dozen friends
if the hostess.
Mrs. W. G. Houseal was hostess of
he Fortnightly club Tuesday morning.
4rs. W. H. Carwile rEad a delightful
'omance in the life of Columbus, after
vhich all the members animatedly
isused foreign affairs, State and
!om esic pews. A delightful cours C
uncheoni was servedc th-? followving
nembers at 1 o'clock: Mesdames J.
. Iarmvs. Bernice Martin. W. H. Car
il Lambert Jones, S. G. .,ones, M.
. Holbrooke, C. A. Bowman and J.
The Emery Cir2le had one of its
pleasant meetings Friday miorning
with Mrs. R? D. Smith. After an hour
spe:nt in chpt a delightful luncheon
was served the mnembers and a few
There will be a meeting o'f the Dray
ton Rutherford chapter, U. D. C.. at the
residence of Mrs. Henry Parr Tu.esday
afternoon at 4 o'clock. As this is 10
cal history day a special pr.gram.1 will
be carried out, and a~ fnil attendance
There will be a joint debate at St
Phil lips school house Saturday night
November 4. The pahlic is invited.
Be -a.idser;befor Th HIeral<
THE L tHEIAN SYNOD.
Will Meet at Lone Star Noveniber 7.- 01
President Harnis Speaks on Chris
The Evangelical Lutheran synod ofI
South Carolina will meet in its 87th C1
annual convention in Pine Grove ci
church, Lone Star, Calhoun County, of
Rev. L. P. Boland, pastor, Tuesday, C<
November 7, 1911, 10 a. m. dE
The speakers are: On Christian ed- te
ucation, Rev. J. H. Harms, D. D., Rev. a1
J. B. Derrick, alternate. On missions, b(
Rev. J. H. Wilson, D. D.; alternate, F
Rev. J. T. Oxner. On ordination, Rev. of
C. A. Freed, D. D.; alternate, Rev. T. in
S. Brown.. t'
The pastor has issued the following
"All ministers and lay delegates of 0
the South Carolina synod, and official ir
representatives of this and other syn- f
ods' expecting to attend the coming al
convention of the synod, are requested'
to notify the pastor loci at as early r
date as possible, and not later than t
ten days before the opening of synod. ti
This is important, that entertainment If
may be provided. Also with such no
tice we request of each the date and
time, whether morning or evening, of
their arrival. All such as designate
will be met at Lone Star and provided
for. Those from and coming through d:
Columbia will come over the A. C. L.
Via Sumter. From Charleston over
the Southern to Pregnalls, then the
A. C. L., via. Preston. From Augusta
the A. C. L. directly to Lone Star.
From Fairfax and Ehrhardt, the best
schedule is through Orangeburg. Or
angeburg, Sumter and Florence are on
Young Mule Colt Show. R
The recent show of young mule colts ti
at Pomaria resulted as follows:
First prize, $10-J. W. Kinard.
Second prize, $7-Jake Cromer.
Third prize, $5--W. .3. GrihaFm f(
Fourth prize, $2.50-Jno. A. Liong. tc
Fifth prize, $2.50-Willis Lake, col
Sixth prize, $1, sorriest colt-Char- n
les Eargle. 1(
There were 19 colts exhibited. I
Judges--Frank Lominack, Pat Bo.
land and D. A. Livingston.a
Twenty-eight colts have shown
themselves the first season from the jD
jack owned by Murray Kinard.I
Prizes given by Murtay Kinard, Dr.
J. W. Sharp and James Setzler.a
Card of Thanks. n
I desire to return my.sincere thanks o:
to all who in any way gave assistance ~
during the long and last illness of my
husband. The acts of kindness and1
the sympathy of so many friends dur- n
ing that trying time will never -be for- a
gotten. May the Master bless each p
one. Mrs. Marie Russell. n
At the country residence of Mr. G. el
D. Young, a quiet, though very im
pressive wedding was solemnized Wed- j
nesday evening at 6 o'clock, when Mr.
Ernest Stansell ana Miss Eloise Young
were united in the holy bonds of mat
rimony. Only a few friends were
present to witness the marriage-the
ceremony was performed by Rev. I. E. -
Long, and everything was beautiful in
Mrs. I. E. Long rendered the wed-t
ding march. Miss Daisy Young, the t
smal sister o.f the bride, preceded thet
bridal party, strewing flowers along
the way. Following her came Dr.
.John B. Setzler, of Newberry, as best
man, with Miss Lucy Ligon, of P0
maria, as maid of honor. Next entered
the bride and grornm. The bride wore
a dress of white Ii gerie, trimmed with
embroidery and r ou lace, and for a
bouquet she carried chrysa:athemfums
and bride's roses.(
After the ceremony the party enter
c the dininmg room, where an elegant
u~.per~ was served.
Mr. Stansell is a successful artist,
at Belton, and a mnn of sterling qual-*
ities. Miss Young is one of Pomiria's
most etaringjjl youn:g iadi' s, and will
b greatly misse:1 by her friends. -
The happy young couple left on
Thursday for Belton, where they will
make their home. rvr. and Mrs. Stan
s?1 have the good wishes of their
many friends at both Pomaria and
Card of Thanks.
Through the medium of the papers
we' wish to express our sincere thanks
to the good people of Newberry, who
so kindly helped us to -entertain the
delegates to the Mission and Bible
*Study lustitutr. We 'appreciate wh'atj
*you did for us in this mnatter, and feel1
that the succeSs of the occasion was5
dtie largely to your sy:tette inter
st ndl assistance.
C'ollege Y. M. C. A.
Cadet Sasse has been fired out of
Ws: Point. lHe talked too much.
rt ii a nstiution.
COURSE FOR THE FARMERS.
ie-Year Agricultural Course About
Decided on by Trustees of
A one-year agricultural course at S
emson college was practically de
ded upon at a session of the board
trustees of that institution held in C
>lumbia Tuesday night and Wednes- I
y morning. A number of other mat-1
rs were discussed, it is stated, and
rong other things a meating of the
>rd was called for Nivember 21, at I
orence, to decide upon the locationj
the agricultural experiment station
the Pee Dee section, authorized at
e last session of the legislature.
After some discussion, the board
lopted a resoltion in regard to the
e-year agricultur- course, request
o President Rigss to outline his plan
>r the course, and submit it for the
proval of the board at a future
eeting. It is understood that the
solution conveys the sentiment of
Le board in favor of the course,
ough it reserves for it the right to
ject it eventually, should they see
I hereby announce myself as a can
date for re-election to the office of
ayor, subject to tLe Democratid pri
ary. J. J. Langford.
Otto Klettner is hereby nominated
r Mayor, subject to the rules- o' the
emocratic primary. F
- ror Alderman Ward 1.
W. H. Shelley.is hereby nominated
>r Alderman from Ward 1. subject to
ie Democratic primary.
For Alderman Ward 2.
G. B. Summer is hereby nominated
)r Alderman from Ward 2, subject
the Democratic primary.
R. H. Swittenbeirg is hereby nomi
ated as Alderman from Ward 2, sub
ct to the Democratic primary.
H. H. Abrams is hereby announced
3 a candidate for Alderman from
ard. 2, subject to the Democratic
For Alderman Ward 3.
. T. Summer is hereby announced
a candidate for reelection as alder
ian from Ward 3, subject to the rules
the Democratic pr!Jmary.I
For Alderman Ward 4.
E. L. Rodelsperger is hereby an-f
ounced as a candidate for 'reelection
s Alderman from Ward 4, and is
ledged to abide the result of the pri-1
P. B. Hutchinson is 'hereby nominat-.
for Alderman from Ward 4, suib
ct to the Democratic- p1imary.
For Alderman Ward 5.
. S. Goree is hereby announced as
candidate for re-e4ection as Alder
ian from Ward 5, subject to the ruJes
f the Democratic primary.
All persons are hereby forbidden to
espas by hunting or permitting
respass by hunting upon the lands of:
J. B. LivingstoYn.
L*. V. Livingston.
Q.. M. Kinard.
D. A. Kinard.
W. B. Kinar&.
)ne Cent a Word. No ad"
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
>UREI POIg.N sausage on Saturday, al
0 fresh Norfolk oysters. W. 0.
Wilson. Phone 20Z. 11-3-2t.
iOTCE-First i>atent flour at S.
per barrel. Don't miss this oppor
tunity. Purel & Scott..
UST received, car load of buggies
and wagons, If you need one, we
can save you man.ey. Purcell &
TAPORATED peaches, prunes, seed
ed raisins, currants, citron and figs.
Pork sausage and fresh oysters .Sat
urday. W. 0. Wilson. Phone 202.
.(FR RENT--Dwelling, 10 rooms and
bath. Lights, water and sewerage.
Mrs. Eunice A. Stewart. Phone 348.
JUST arrived, a carload of heart and
sap shingles. Langford & Balz
(Corrected by Nat Gist).
trict good middling.,.... .... .. 9
ood middling... ... ... ... ...8
trict middling... ... ... ... ..8%
(By Robt. McC. Holmes).
trict good middling... ... ... ..9
ood middling... ... ... ......8%
trict middling... ... ........8%
(By Summer Bros. Co.)
'otton seed .... ... ... ... ...25%
(By A. P. Coleman).
'otton... ... ... ... ... ... ...9
otton seed... ... ... ..... ..28%
(By Silverstreet Warehouse Co.)
;otton... ... ... ....... ... ...9
,otton seed... ... ... ... .......27
(By Aull & Hipp).
'otton... ... ...'... ... ... ...9
'otton seed... ... ... ... .....25%
(By J. L. & A. G. Wise).
'otton... ... ... ... ... ... .. .9
;otton seed .... ......... 25%
(By J. B. Derrick).
.otton ..................8% to 9
(By Glenn-Lowry Mfg. Co.)
.otton seed...'... ... .. .. ......26
- . iInard.
(By -Smith Bros.)
"otton... . ............ ...8%
5eed... ... ... ... ..........26
,OR SALE-Three beautiful thorough
bred Duroc boars-large enough for
service, good enough to head any
herd. J. S. J. Suber, Sr., Strother.
S. C. 11-3-1t.
?IGURE out the cost of a 20-miles trip
with horse an'd buggy. A Harley-.
Davidson motorcycle will make the
same trip for less than 10 cents in
one-fourth the thne. Save time and
you save dollars, lose time and you
lose dollars. Call or write for par
ticulars. Harry 0. Stone, Newberry,
S. C. 1-31-I
LEARN AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS
Take a 30- days practical course in
our well equipped machine shops
and learn the automobile business
anid accept good positions.~ Char
lotte Auto School, Charlotte, N. C.
WANTED-Young -men and 1adie's to.
learn telegraphy: We are receiving
more calls for our graduates than
we can supply. Charlotte Telegra
Sphy School, Charlotte, N. C. 3-7-tt. 1
I'URKEYS AND EGGS WANTED,~ ana
higher prices paid, at the Newberry
Hotel. - 4
K[ONEY TbN LEND-Money to lend on
real estate. Long time and easy
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter..
WANTED-5,000 grden rawhides by
November 13. Will pay highest pric
es. I have a nice line of fresh meats
at all times. T. M. Sanders.
OTSTERS, ETC.-Fresh oysters will
be served daily in an style called'
for at the Newberry hotel cafe. Er-.
erything else good that the market
WA TCHES. jewelry and spectacles
rep,?ired twiikly. tcc'irately. prompt-.
ly, reasonably. Watches andi. jewelry
for sale. See me. J. G. D)aniels, at
Ward & Chapman's Shoe Store. '
C.I~ of A. S. Lee & Son's Commercial
lime for grain; also acid asnd guano..
See S. J. Ko:mn, Prosperity, S. C.
JAMES U0BA. agent for Cole Eroz.
Lightning Rod company, St. Louis,
Mo. The best rod made. Any one
wanting buildings rodded write me,
or call at the Crotwell hotel, Ne
berry, S. C. -9-29-1m
WANTEU-1.000 pounds of raw hides
by the middle of November. Have
also the best meat on the market.
WANTED--Second hand bags and bur
lap. Write for prices. Richmond Bag
Company, Richmond, Va. .10-24-10t
GET OUT that winter suit, or Jady's
coat suit, place it on the hall ta
anid 'phone 260, and we will do
res'. Red Lion Pressing Club,
E. Wieker. Mana ger. 10-10-,4t-1