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The Novements of Many People
Newberrians, and Those Who
Mr. R. B. Odell has moved from
Slighs to Whitmire.
Miss Grace Clark has returned to
Mr. R. L. Wolfe, a prominent ci'izen
of Laurens, was in the city Satirday.
Mr. M. M. Mills has changed from
Mollohon to Prosperity.
Miss Sara Rawl has goe t) T1s
cumbia, Ala., to teach music.
Mr. J. E. Summer has changed from
Jacksonvill-e to Ocala, Fla.
Clarence Kinard, of Sumter, is~ in
the city on a visit to his aunt, Mrs.
Mr. J. A. Dennis, teacher at Beth
une, spent the week-end in the c'ty,
after the fair.
Miss Margie Win-, or Prosperity,
was in the city Wednesday. -Abbe
ville Medilim, 3rd.
Mrs. E. T. Carlson returned from
Saluda Saturday, leaving her mother
Our splendid friend, Mr. G. C. Riser,
of Whitmire, was in Clinton Sa-.u day.
Miss Marie Werber, who is very ill,
was taken to the Oglethorpe sanitar
ium in Savannah Sunday night by Dr.
W. G. Houseal.
Miss Emma Shockley, daughter of
Mr. Irby D. Shockley, has accepted a
position with the stenographic force of
the Atlanta Georgian.
Miss Lillian Smith, teacher at ;a:n
berg, and Miss Bess Summer, of Cia
ton. spent the week-end in Newbzrry,
after attending the fair.
Mrs. W. M. Kennedy and childr-n
returned Saturday from a visit to ra
latives in Newberry.-Chester Lin
Mrs. Jas. A. Burton, Mrs. R. E. Sims
and Miss Fannie McCaughrin are del
- egates to the Chester State convention,
Daughters of the Confederacy.
Miss Lula Waldrop, of Headerson
* .v~ille, arrived last week to sp'e.'d ;he1
wint.er with the family of her ancie
Mr. C. C. Davis..
Misses Myrtle, Sudie and Leila
Dennis, of Newberry, were gu-rests of
Misses Houseal, 1402 Senate, the past
Dr. J. M. Sease, of Little Mountain,
* and Drs. W. G. Hous'eal, J. M. Kibler
and W. D. Senn wery among the phy-~
sicians attending the pellagra clinic
in Columbia Thursday.
Col. George Johnstone, --a former
president of the South Carolina club
of Columbia, and Messrs. W. S. Lang
ford., H. H. Evans, F. H. Dominick, J.
R. and R. P. Fair attended the State
ball in Columbia Thursday night.
Mrs. James McIntosh, Mrs. R. D.
Wright and Mrs. George Johnston
h.ave gone to Richmond, Va., to attend
the 'convention of the United Daugh
ters o~f the Confederacy. They repre
sent the Drayton Rutherford chapter
of this city.
Miss Evans represented Newberry
at the State ball. The following is
from The State of Friday: "Miss Gene-*
-viewe Evans, of Newberry, was gown
ed in deep rose pink satin, overdrap
ed with dewdrop net, clusters of pink
roses confining the draperies on mod
ish lines. Diamonds were her orna
mnents and pink roses formed her bou
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Tiinothy Irvin, for drunk and dis
orderly and refusing to leave C., N.
Mr. B. B. Sloan, of R. F. D. 2, has
* peach trees in bloom for the second
* crop this year.
The board of stewards of Central
Methodist church will meet at the
church Monday night at 7.30 o'clock.
The first ice of the season was seen
on last Friday morning, seen by many
Mr. W. C. Waldrop has sold to Mr.
A. L. Shealy, of Pomaria, a Ford Road
ster, 1912 model car.
Mi3fss A.. Bede.nbaugh, of Pomaria
won first p.rize at the fair for eyelet
embroidery-large centre piece.
Fine pictures at Lavenders in the
old court house are the attractions
after attracions5 all the time.
Coburn's Minstrels Saturday night
is the next attraction at the opera
& L. depot Saturday when ordered to
do so by Afent Denning, forfeited a
$50 cash bond for failing to appear
* before Recorder Earhardt Monday.
Ms M. B. Evans will be pleased to
see any lady from the country at thg
rest room in the old court house build
Mr. G. V. Boozer raised a squash
weighing 40 1-2 pounds, which is on
exhibition at Dr. Van Smith's drug
store, where -he got the seed. Some
s.quash. Ought to have taken it to
The Spartanb.urg man who posed
as Governor Blease last week is prob
ably originally from Newberry.
Greenwood Journal, 3rd. If there was
any point to that when written it was
lost by the Journal's linotype opera
tor, as it can't be seen now.
Primrose Williams, who on Thurs
day' morning forfeited a $5 bond for
failure to appear before Recorder Ear
hardt to answer to the charge of steal
ing a chicken, was before the recorder
again on Friday morning under indict
ment for stealing a duck, for which
she was fined $5. Paid.
Among the boys' corn club winners
in the contest for Greenwood county,
the Index publishes a list which, with
others, contains the name of L. B. Aull,
Jr., who took second prize for largest
yield on acre, 77 bushels, winning a
No. 10 Oliver turn plow, offered by
Durst-Andrews Co. He also receiv
6d first prize for th! greatest profit on
acre, $41.20, winning one-half ton of
best fertilizer, offered by the Southern
Cotton Oil Co.
TWO WOMEN INJURED BY AUTO.
Mrs. and Miss Seay Struck by Car at
Corner of Blanding and Main
Streets-E. S. Blease, Driver.
Mrs. Seay and Miss Nellie Seay,
2324 Gadsden street, were struck by
an automobile yesterday afternoon.
The car was -driven by Eugene S.
Blease, of Newberry, and Mrs. Seay
was knocked down. Miss Seay was
struck on the arm by the car. The
accident occurred at the corner of
Main and Blanding streets, about 6
o'clock, when the street was thronged
with fair week'visitors.
Mr. Blease said that the two were
crossing the street when the car pass
ed. Mr. Blease was driving his ma
chine at a rate of about' eight miles
an hour. Mrs. Seay and Miss Seay
were taken to their home by Mr.
Blease in his car, immediately, an,l
medical aid summonied. Last night
they .were resting easy. A case was
docketed in police court against Mr.
Blease. Mr. Blease said las, night
that the family did not blame him fer
the accident.--The State.
-Mr. Blease has returned to New
berry and he is gratified that the in
juries are not at all serious. Miss.
Seay Was not injured at all -and Mrs.
Feay was not serious1y injured and is
getting along nicely. The recorder in
est gated the case thoroughly and
reached the conclusion that Mr. Blease
was not at all to. blame and exonor
ated him entirely.
On Sunday, November 5, .1911, at the
Lutheran parsonage, Prosperity, Miss
Alice A. Swindler was united in mar
riage to Mr. Melvin R. Cheek, both of
Newberry. Rev. E. W. Leslie, officiat
Death of Mrs. E. H. Longshore.
Mrs. Maggie Spearman Longshore,
wife 'of Mr. E. H. Longshore, died at
Knowlton's hospital in Columbia on
Sunday night at 12 o'clock, and the
body was brought home on the South
ern train Monday morning and taken
to her late home, where the funeral
service was held by tTle Rev. G. A.
Wright Monday afternoon at* 3.30
o'clock, interment at Rosemont ceme
tery. Pall b'earer;s: Prof. 0. -B. Can
non, J. T. Mayes, Dr. Van Smith, L.
H. Hunt, J. Y. McFall and J. W. Hal
Mrs. Longshore was a daughter of
the late James and Elizabeth Spear
man. Besides her bereaved husband
she is survived by one son, Mr. Fur
man Longshore, of Newberry, one
brother, Mr. W. S. Spearman, of the
county, a half sister, Mrs. Virgiia
Chalmers, of Greenville, and a half
brother, Mr. Jno. F. Spearman, of Co
While the Christian is at rest from
her sufferings, still. the deep sympathy
of all is extended the grief stricken
husband and son in this saddest hour
of their life.
Death of Mrs. Fulmer.
Mrs. Mary Fulmer, wife of Mr. Win.
Fulmer, died at her home in the Beth
Eden community on Thursday morn
ing and was buried at Beth Eden Fri
day morning at 11 o'clock, service by
the Rev. Jas. D. Kinard. She was 60
years old. The only surviving mem
ber of the family is her husband, to
whom the community gives its great
symplathy in his sorrow and loneli
Not Much Property Offered-Prices 9
Fairly Good-Bad Rainy, Drizzly
Monday was a bad drizzling rainy
day. The crowd in the city was not f
as large as usual on a November sale- t
day. There was not a great deal of C
property offered for sale and the sales t
were conducted in the court room on I
account of the bad weather out of
doors. The following - are the sales
made. by the master:
In the case of Mary F. Dominick et t
al against Marie Dominick, home tract,
76 2-3 acres to J. E. Merchant for $1,
850. Tract of 42 3-100 acres to J. G. i
Lowe, of Spartanburg, for $500. Tract I
of 50 92-100 acres to W. H. Nichols t
for $1,080. Tract of 79 61-100 acres I
to J. G. Lowe for $1,610. Tract of 64 1
91-100 acres- to J. G. Lowe for $680. 1
Tract of 82 16-100 acres to J. G. Lowe C
for $740. 4
In the case of Erskine Lois Dom
inick and Annie Belle Hunt against t
Nancy Law Spence, "nuse and lot in c
town of Prosperity, to J. D. Hunt for '
$1,000. Tract of 20 2-3 acres to Dr. t
J. J. Dominick for $1,210.
There were two tracts of land of- i
fered by J. Chesley Dominick, agent
for Mrs. Mary F. Dominick. One tract t
containing 45 33-160 acres was sold C
to J. G. Lowe for $1,000, and another
tract of 49 acres was sold to J. G.
Lowe for $1,460.
105 -cres offered by Mrs. Laura C
Mayer were sold to Frank R. Hunter t
The stocks and lots offered by Jno.i
M. Kinard as executor of Mrs. M. M.1,
Humbert, were withdrawn. I
The Spearman land advertised by 1
Walter S. Spearman and Mrs. Maggie c
S. Longshore was postponed on ac
count of the death of Mrs. Longshore.
The following cards have been is
sued, which will- be read with inter- c
est by many .friends: t
Mr. -and Mrs. E. P. Matthews
will give in marriage their daughter i
Mr. Joseph Thad McCracken
on Wednesday, November the eighth
nineteen hundred and eleven
at. high noon
at their residence. -
Your presence is request'ed.
At home after November the six
teenth, Newberry, South Carolina.
Death From Pellagra.
Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, wife of Mr.
. E. Williams, died of pellagra at her
ome in the city Saturday afternoon
nd was buried at St. Lukes Lutheran
hurch cemetery on Sunday afternoon
t 3 o'clock. She was 72 years' old
and leaves a husband and two daugh-'
ters and three sons, as follows, all of
Newberry: Mrs. Laura Boozer, Miessrs.
uther and Rufus Williams, Mrs. J.
W. Clamp and Mr. Willie Williams.
CDeath of J. C. Calme$.
A telephone message from Colum
ia Monday morning brought the. in
elligence of the death of an old sol
ier from this county in the soldiers'
ome, Mr. Jno. C. Calmes, better ,
kown as "Chink" Calmes.
Mr. Calmes entered the service at:
he first call of his country, enlisting
n Captain J. C. S. Brown's company,
he Snow Hill Guards, from the En-!
ree section of Newberry county. Up
n the disbandment of that company.
a few months after its organization,
Mr. Calmes joined Company C, 3rd c
South Carolina regiment, in May, 1861, a
ad served throughout the war. He d
ade a gallant soldfer and fought in I
ll of the great battles under Lee, and s
surrendered at Greensboro, North b
His was a bright and cheerful na- 13
:re, noted among his comrades for bi
is good fellowship and happy dis-d
position. Before the war Mr. Calmes c
was a young man of large means, but
t was all swept away by the fortunes t
He was never married, and having
ew relatives in the county, when old6
age and ill health overtook him, he
preferred being an inmate of the Sol
liers' home to being a charge upon
his friends. Before he died he ex- I
pressed a desire to be buried at Enoree
(Bauskett) church by the side of his
brother. He has no relatives in this
county so far as known. .His only
brother left one daughter, who died C
without issue and his brother died a C
number of years ago. Carrying out
his wishes, arrangements were made
for the body to be brought to Newberry
and it was taken in charge by P. F. I
Baxter & Son, and will be Duried Tues- I
day morning by the side of his broth
er in accordance with his request.
Be wise-subscribe for The Herald
FIRE IN CHAIN GANG.
'ent Burned and for Awhile the Sit.
uation Was Serious for Conviets.
No Serious Results.
On Saturday night, while the chair
,ang was near Johnstone academy, the
ent in which the gang was sleeping
aught on fire as a result of one of the
ent flaps coming in contact with the
tot stove which was at the entrance
Lnd for a little while the situation ap
yeared to be serious. The convicts
vere secured to a chain running
trough the teit, and it seems tha1
ne of them some time during the
tight built a fire in the stove, and
vent back to sleep. When Guard
lichardson wasiawaken-ed by the fire
he tent was burning, and it was im
ossible to go inside and get the con
ricts out. The convicts huddled to
ether, and wet blankets were thrown
ver them, and the burning tent push
d away from them. Two of them
uffered burns. The time of these
wo was about up. Guard Richard
on and his assistant, were also some
vhat burned in their efforts to save
Happily there were no very serious
On account of the burning of the
ent and of the clothing and bedding
)f the convicts, it was necessary on
;unday to move all of them to the
:amp near the Lake place above New
ierry. Nothing wje*-saved except the
:lothing which the convicts had on at
he time of the fire. There were elev.
n convicts in this iurge tent. The
oss to the county is something over
100. Arrangements will be made iI
L few days to remove the convicts
ack to the Prosperity road so as tc
:ontinue the work.
Court Common Pleas.
The court of common pleas for New
erry county will convene at Newber
-y on the 20th of Nov'ember witb
rudge Geo. W. Gage presiding. The
ourt of general session will convene
he following- week.
The following is the jury for the
W. W. Bridges, Cotton Mill.
J. W. Wertz, City. -
E. Shealy, Mollohon Mill.
Timothy Burton, Mollohon Mill.
D. E. Berley, Pomaia.
W. J. Mitchell, Prosperity.
B. H. McGraw, City.
James Caldwell, Cotton Mill.
Oscar Graham, Pomaria.
J. 0. Johnson, Ch2gpells.
H. 0. Long, Silverstreet.
J. R. Senn, Newberry, No. 1.
J. W.-=Hartman, Prosperity.
Jeff T. Cramer, Newberry, No. 5.
C. P. Barre, City.
W. I. Herbert, Utopia.
W. 0. Senn, Newberry, No. 1.
John H. Garrett, Prosperity.
C. L. Graham, Pomaria.
J. P. Wheeler, Prosperit.
R L. Lominick, Pomaria.
R. G. Parks, City.
A. M. Counts, Prosperity.
B. S. Wren,~Whitmire.
R. C. Boyleston, City.
.f. E. Alewine, Pomarhi.
. H. Abrams, Newberry, No. 3.
J. L. Nobles, City.
J. T. Mack, Blairs.
Geo. Hamnilton, Chappells.
G. J. Jones, City.
D. H. Ham, Prosperit".
J. B. Black, Prosperity.
Pat Turner, Cotton Mill.
J. T Norris, Newberry, No..
T. ,; Vies. Cotton Mill.
The ladies of Aveleigh Presbyterian
hurch will hold their annual chrys
,nthemum fair on Thursday and Fri
.ay evenings, November 9 and 10, in
aysinger vacant store, lower Main
treet, and in connection will hold e
azaar, at which numerous booths con
aining various articles, will be dis
ilayed. Among them being a ,doll
loth, lark-ins booth, fancy work, can
:y, pillow, baby, flower and the famous
The doors will be open Thursday af
ernoon at 3 o'clock, and no admission
ee will be charged.
Supper will be served, beginning al
Turkey Roast Pig
Fifty cents 'plate.
Ice cream 10 cents, cake 5 cents.
Friday evening, oyster supper, 2!
ents. Ice cream :0 cents,' cake !
There will be no prizes awarded foi
lwers. Everybody come and get 2
ood old time supper and enjoy thE
ESPO RATED peaches, prunes, seed~
ed raisins, rcurrants, citron and figs
Pork sausage a.nd fresh oysters Sat
urday. W. 0. Wilson. Phone 202
* AT THE THEATRE.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
November 11-Coburn Minstrels.
No,vember 18-The Girl From Rec
November 24-The Fair Co-Ed.
December 1-Daniel Boone.
December 12-College Minstrels.
December 14-The Traitor.
December 25-The Thief.
January 3-Finnegan's Honeymoon.
January 15-The County Shdriff.
February 8-Madame Sherry.
- February 22-The Lyman Twins.
March 29-A Woman of the Hour.
April 6-Christy Bros. Minstrels.
April 24-The Traveling Salesman.
To the Citizens of Newberry.
While I appreciate more than words
can possibly express, the high esteem,
confidence and honor in which I am
held by you, especially by my friends
who have nominatea -me as mayor, and
while I do not fear the result, nor fry
to shirk the responsibility of said
honored position, yet, I do feel that
I can serve, the community and our
sweet school children best by remain
ing (for the present, at least) in har
ness as one of the Newberry school
trustees, until the plan lined out by
your present board of school trustees,
superintendent and teachers (to make
our schools equal, if not better, than
the best schools in the State) has as
near as possible'been completed. To
accomplish this, I dsk of you, your
most earnest cooperation. Positively
declining the honor to enter the poll
tical arena, and thankng you, one
and all, for your kindness and con
Yours very gratefully,
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for re-election to the offce of
Mayor, subject to the Democratic pri
mary. J. J. Langford.
For Alderman Ward 1.
W. H. Shelley is hereby nominated
for Alderman from Ward 1. subject to
the Democratic primary.
IForMAderman Ward 2. .
G. B. Summer is hereby nominated
for Alderman from Ward 2, subject
to the Democratic primary.
R. H. Swittenberg Is hereby nomi
nated as Alderman from Ward 2, sub
ject to the- Democratie primary.
H. U. Abrams is hereby announced
as g candidate for Alderman from
Ward 2, subject to the Democratic
For Alderman Ward 8. :
C. T. Summer is hereby announced
fas a canididate for reelection as- alder
mana from Ward 3, subject to the rules
of the Democratic prnary.
For Alderman Ward 4.
E. L. Rodelsperger is hereby an
nounced as a candidate for reelection
as -Alderman from Ward 4, and Is
pledged to abide the result o'! the pri
P. B. Hutchinson is hereby nominat
ed for Alderman from Ward 4, sub
ject to the Democratic pimary.
* For Alderman Ward 5.
0. 5. Goree is hereby announced as
a candidate for re-election as Alder
man from Ward 5, subject to the rules
of the Democratic prima~ry.
School Trustee Ward.L
With pleasure we place in nomina
tion Mr. J. H. Wicker for re-election
as School Trustee from Ward 4.
School Trustee Ward 5.
We tahe pleasure in nominating Mr.
J. M. Davis for re-election as School
Trustee from Ward 5.
One Cent a Word. No ad
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
LOST DGG-Half Bull dog, black, gray
mouth, strap around neck, with two
rings. Reward if returned to Jane
Sims, Newberry, R. F. D. No. 5, 1Mo':
FOR SALE--Indian Runner duck eggs.
Eleven eggs for $1.00. Lenore
Broaddus, Newberry, S. C. 1t
~NOTICE-First patent flour at $4.85
per barrel. Don't miss this oppor
tunity Purell1 & Scott.
(Corrected by Nat Gist).
Strict good midding... ... ... ..9
Good middling... ... ... ... ...8%
Strict middling... ... ... ... ..8%
(By Robt. McC. Holmes).
Strict good middling... ... ....9
Good middling......... ...8%
Strict middling... ..........84
(By Summer Bros. Co.)
Cotton geed .... ... ... ... ...25%
(By A. P. Coleman).
Cotton seed... ... ... ... ... ..28%
(By Silverstreet Warehouse Co.)
Cotton... ... ... ... ... ... ... 9.
Cotton seed... ... ... ... ... ...27
(By Aull & Hipp).
Cotton. ..... ... ... ... ... . 9% -
Cotton seed... ..... .......25%
(By J. L & A. G. Wise).
Cotton... ... ... ....... ... ...
Cotton seed .... ... ...'... ....25%
(By J. B. Derrick).
Cotton ... ... ... ...4... ...8% to 9
(By Glenn-towry Mfg. Co)
Cotton... .. ... ... ... ... ..8
(By Smith Bros.)
Seed......... ... ... ... .....26
FIGURE out the cost of a 20-mle406
with horse and buggy. A Harl
Davidson motorcycle will maka
same trip for less than 10 cents
one-fourth the tne. Save time and
you save dollars, lose time and 701L.
lose dollars. Call'dr write for (n
ticulars. Harry, 0. Stone,}Tewberr
S. C. 1041-2m
JUST arrived, a rla i t
-sap shingles. Lnir b.
FOR RENT-Dwelling,-10) rooms
bath. Lights, water and sew
Mrs. Eunice A. Stewart. Phone
PURE PORK sausage on Saturday,
I. so fresh. Norfolk -oysters. W.2
Wilson. Phone 202. . 1142t
JUST reevd crla of bnug
can sae ounoner. Pureell~&
LEARN AUTOMOBILE BUS
Talke a 80 darw practioal cours
our well equipped machine
and learn the autonobile b
and accept good 'pQitionh. -
lotte Auto School,' Charlotte,,NL.
WANTED-Young men and ladlesd
Ilearn telegraphty. We are recelv1 g
more calla for our graduates than
we can supply. Charlotte Telegra
phy School, Charlotte, N. C. 3-7-ti.
TURKEYS AND EGGS WANTED, (nd
higher prices paid, at the Newberry
NONEY TO LEND-Money to lend on
real estate. Long time and ea~
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter.
WANTED-5,000 green rawhides by
November 15. Will pay-highest pric
es. I have a nice line of fresh meats
at all times. T. M. Sanders.
OYSTERS, ETC.-Fresh oysters
be served daily in any style ca
for at the Newberry hotel cafe.
erything else good that the ma#'
WATCHES, jewelry ,and spectaclas
repaired quickly, accurately, promp
ly, reasonar Watches and jewe
for sale. Sz,.. *.a~. J~. G. Daniels,.e
Ward & Chapman's Shoe Store.
I .AR of A. S. Lee & Son's Commercial
lime for grain; also acid and guan~o.
ISee S. J. Kohu, Prosperity, S. C,.
WANTED-Second hand begs and
lap. Write for prioes. Richmon4'
Company, Richmond, Va. 10-2
GET OUT that winter suit, or
coat suit, place it on the hall~
and 'phone 260, and we will d
rest. Red Lion Pressing
E. Wicker, Manager. .10-10-4t-1
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