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The Xovements of Nany Peeple
Newberrians, and These Wb
Mr. Eugene S. Blease was in Laur
ene on business Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Boyd, of Union,
were in the city this week.
Mr. Oscar Peterson has returned
.Wr. Jacob Ehrhardt, of Ehrhadt,
was in the city Monday on his way to
Newberry.-Bamberg Herald, 9th.
Mr. Herbert Anderson, of Newberry,
is among the visitors here today.
Greenwood Journal, 8th.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ehrhardt, of
Ehrhardt, are visiting the latter's
mother, Mrs. H. F. Cline.
Miss Eleanor Duckett, of Clinton,
spent Wednesday night with Miss Sal
lie Bell Buford.
Miss Marietta Langford, of Chicora
college, attended the marriage of her
mother on Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. McCrackin left
Tuesday afternoon for Newberry to
attend the marriage of his brother.
-Bamberg Herald, 9th.
Messrs. Arthur Kibler and A. P.
Boozer were among the delegates at
tending the Lutheran synod in
W. A. Chapman has gone to New
berry to spend a while with his
daughter, Mrs. E. D. Pearce.-Ander
. Hon. George S. Mo'wer, a prominent
member of the Newberry bar, is a
visitor here -today.--Grenwood Jour
Mr. William Coleman and Dr. R. R.
Jeter, of Whitmire, were in Union
yesterday, attending the sales.-Union
Prof. and Mrs. T. W. Keitt are vis
iting at their former home in New
berryff-Clemson cor. Greenville Pied
Mrs. W. C. Schenck returned Wed
nesday from a visit to her mother,
Mrs. A. C. Jon'es, in Spartanburg. She
was accompanied home by her f.ath
er-in-law, Mr. N. W. Schienck.
Mr. B. T. Bishop has returned toj
Columbia, where he is living, after a
visit this week to his father, Chief
C. W,. Bishop. His friends were glad!
to see him after an absence of a!
month or two from his old home.
TARIOUS AND ALL ABOUTE
J~ M. Davis is nominated for reelec
tion as school trustee from Ward 5.
Dr, A. J. Bowers will preach in
the Associate RdforiiierPresbyterian
ahurch Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock.
Miss Gertrude Simpson has resign
ed as State Field secretary to go as
a misionary to Africa.
When Blease goes back to Newberry
will it be a case of "Jones, he pays the
Coburn Minstrels Saturday night, af
ter that "The Girl from Rectors," the;
following Saturday night.
' f you would see a neat pretty lit
die office, call at Dr. G. W. Connor's.
Dr. Connor will Lre glad to see you.
J. H. Wicker is announced for re
election as school trusteks from,
Coal Grease is too slick for Felder
to; etch.--Greenwood Journal. A fel-;
low in Newberry called him Coal Oil
some years ago.
The weather didn't interfere with
the bazaar of the ladies. It is now
on. Pay the ladies a visit. It will cost
you absolutely nothing-to go in.
The Philadelphia Opera and Con
.cert party, which is the second num
ber of the college lyceum course, will
appear in Holland Hall Friday, De
cember 8, at 8:15 p. m.
~The Ladies' Home and Foreign Mis
sionary society of the Church of the
Redeemer will meet at the home of
Mrs. E. R. Hipp on Monday afternoon
at 4 o'clock.
Retuben Golden, cofored, died last
Saturday on Mr. Jordan R. Green's
Little river place. Mr. Green says he
was at least 100 years old. The old
man Iived on the place all his life.
Pity this interurban doesn't run to
Chiappells, Newberry and Columbia.
Some of these sleepy Old towns ought
to be closer to Anderson.-Daily Mail.
It they are sleepy it is because they
are too close now.
SVisit the bazaar Thursday and Fri
Nay evienings, It is in Main street next
door to Mr. W. P. Bedenbaugh's store.
Walk in. A warm welcome awaits
you. Have turkey and roast pig, oys
The small Poy is 10kIng for the
carnival on the 13th, next Monday.
So is the little girl. The Progress says
of the Johnny J. Jones shows, now in
Union, that they are noted for their
cleanness and splendid displays.
Mr. Caleb Buzhardt has sold his fine
farm, just four miles northeast of
town, to Mr. D. A. Livingston, Of the
city, for $3,067. Mr. Livingston says
he didn't know before that the people
were almost giving away their beau
tiful homes so near the city.
At the meeting of the Women's
Home and Foreign Missionary society
in Orangeburg this week talks were
made to the children by Misses Ger
trude Simpson, Rosalyn Summer and
Lottie Wise. An address was made
by Mrs. J. Henry Harms, Mrs. M.
0. J. Kreps was reelected president.
Mrs. Margaret Epting celebrated her
94th birthday on Thursday, the 9th,
at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
H. F. Addy, 1247 Hunt street. There
were only a few of the immediate
family present on account of the
sickness in Mr. Addy's family. "Aunt
Peggy" is enjoying good health. May
she live to mark many more mile
The untimely and cruel death of
Mrs. W. S. Hamiter in Columbia was
a great shock to the people of this
community.-Seneca cor. Anderson
Mail. That is only- the beginning in
South Carolina. Such automobile ac
cidents will be oftener. Of course the
owners regret the accidents, after they
happen when too late for regrets to
do any good.
Mr. Bennett Perry is recovering
from a broken arm, which was at
tended to by Dr. P. G. Ellesor and
which accident happened in a pecu
liar way. Mr. Perry was coming
through the gate with a bucket of
water when the toe of his shoe got
caught at the end of a small plank,
which threw him forward against the
side of the chimney with sufficient
force to break his arm.
Mr. Harry W. Dominick, past master
of Amity lodge, No. 87, A. F. M., is the
fortunate possessor of a high token
f esteem which bestows added honor
with the gift and'recognizes merit and'
popularity. Members of the lodge, at
te regular meeting on Monday night,
resented him with a beautiful past-!
aster's jewel, of gold, the presenta
ion being made by District Deputy
rand Master Van Smith.
The Associate Reformed Presbyte
ian of the 8th instant contains an
nteresting 'report from the Newberry
uior Christian union, the children,
uder ten years of age,' being in one1
epartment with Miss Moriat Martin
s leader, the boys and girls between
he ages of ten and fifteen being inj
nother department with Mrs. J. W.
arson as leader, the members over
5 being in the department which is
led by Mrs. Bernice Martin and Mrs.
. P. Orotwell.
The time for the election 0f a city1
ouncil draws near. The second
uesday in December will soon be
ere. So far there is one nomination
for imayor, the incumbent, J. J. Lang
ford, the one other nominee, 0. Klet
ner, having withdrawn. As it stands
ow the following are the aldermanic
andidates: From Ward 1, W. H.
Shelly. From Ward 2, G. B. Summer,
R. H. Swittenberg, H. H. Abrams.
rom Ward 3, C. T. Summer, incum
ent. From Ward 4, E. L. Rodelsper-1
ger, incumbent, P. B. Hutchinson.
rom Ward 5, 0. S. Goree, incumbent.
~ewberry County Has Seventeen Per
sons. Who Return Incomes
Newberry has seventeen persons,
ccording to the auditor's books, who
are liable to pay an income tax. The
following is the list with the amount
n which the tax is paid, and the
mount of the tax. Under the law all
persons whose incomes exceed $2,500
are liable to this tax for the amount
of income above $2,500.
over $2,500. Tax.
Jas. A. Burton.. .. . ..$1,000 $10.00
Geo. B. Cromer...... 1,400 14.00
IDr. W. G. Houseal .. 400 4.00
W. H. Hunt... ... ... 2,100 21.00
Alan Johnstone... ... 2,500 25.00
Jos. L. Keitt... ......146 1.46
Jno. M. Kinard. ... 2,824 28.24
Dr. 0. B. Mayer... ... 1,420 14.20
Mrs. Clara McCrary.. 1,950 19.50
Dr James McIntosh.. 400 4.00
Jas. A. Mimnaugh .. 1,100 11.00
Geo. S. Mower.... ...3,900 39.00
Chas. E. Summer . .. 2,200 22.00
Geo. W. Summer . .. 2,500 25.00
J. H. Summer.... .... 1,000 10.00
F. Z. Wilson.. .... ...1,056 10.56
r/ F. Wrig-ht...... 5290 53.95
pRIMAY ELECTION NOVEMBER 28.
Citizens Meeting Adopts Rules and
Begulations Governing Same
About twenty citizens attended the
citizens' meeting on Monday night to
determine the manner of nominating
candidates for mayor and aldermen
and trustees of the graded school. Dr.
0. B. Mayer was chosen chairman and
E. H. Aull secretary.
On motion Dr. G. B. Cromer the pri
mary method of nominating candidates
The following rules and regulations
governing the primary were adopted:
Rules for the Primary.
Section 1. An election within the
Democratic party shall be held in the
town of Newberry on. Tuesday, No
vember 28, 1911, to select candidates
for mayor and aldermen to serve for'
one year, and trustees of the graded
school for Ward 4 and Ward 5 to
serve two years; the polls to be open
ed at 8 o'clock a. m. and to be closed
at 4 o'clock p. in., one voting precinct
to be in each Ward, and the execu
tive committee shall have charge of
Sec. 2. All Democrats who shall
have their names enrolled on the
Democratic club roll of the respec
tive Wards five days prior to the first
primary election, shall be allowed to
vote; Provided, That in the nomina
tion of aldermen and trustees for the
graded schools from the respective
wards, only those whose names are
on the club rolls from each ward shall
be permitted to vote for aldermen and]
trustees of the -graded schools from
that ward. - The - Democratic ward
clubs as organized for the State and
County Democratic primary election'
are hereby recognized as the Demo
cratic Ward clubs of the city Demo
cratic primary; Provided, That only
those members of the respective ward
clubs living within the city limits shall
be permitted to vote in the City Demo
cratic primary election. The secre
tary of each Ward club shall furnish
to the secretary of the City Democrat
ic executive committee a certified copy
of the,club rolls of his Ward club con
taining a list of the members of said~
club residing within said ward and
within the city limits, said'. list to be
completed on Thursday, November 23,
1911, and no name shall be permntted
placed on said club roll after that date.
Said club rolls to be turned over to the
City Democratic executive committee
n Friday,~ November 24. The said
lub rolls certified to by the secretaries
of .the various Ward clubs shall be'
furnished by the secretary of the City I.
Democratic executive committee and
ertified by him as the roll furnished'
by the secretary of the Ward club, to
the managers, and shall constitutel
the -registration for saids wards, and
only those Democrats whose .names'
appear on these certified rolls shall
be permitted to vote.
If no candidate for the office of
mayor or 'for alderman or for trustee
of the graded schools' in a ward shall
have received a majority of votes at1
such election, a second election for
the nomination of mayor' or for alder
man or for trustee of the graded1
schools, as the case may be, shall be
held on Friday, December 1, under
these ruIes, at which second election
only the two candidates who receive
the highest votes at the former elec
tion for the respective offices, shall be
voted for; and, provided further, in
the event there should be a tie at the
second primary for mayor and alder
men and trustees of the graded schools
the third primary shall be held Tues
day, December 5, 1911.
Sec. 3. The candidates receiving the
majority of all the votes cast for. the1
sid cffices of mayor, aldermen and
'trustees of the graded schools, re
spectively, at said election, shall be
declared the nominees of the Demo
cratic party of said town; Provided,!
That on or before 12 o'clock noon on
Friday, November 24, 1911, each of
the said candidates shall have left a!
written statement with the chairman
of the executive committee that he is'
a candidate and that he will abide the.
results of such election and that he has
paid the assessment. No vote shall
be counted for any candidate who has
not so pledged himself.
Sec. 4. When the votes shall have
been duly counted the managers shall
Iimmediately certify the same to the
executive committee1 which commit-!
Itee shall constitute a' board of canvas
sers, declaring the result of the elec
tion and hearing all contests and pro
tests thati may arise; whose action in
canvassing shall be final; provided
that no member of the executive coin
mittee shall be a candidate at su.ch
election, and provided further that the
said executive committee shafl met
in the' mayor's office at 10 o'clock a.
n. on Wednesday, November 29, and
'i th event o a cnd election, at
10 o'clock a. m. on Saturday, Decem
ber 2, and in the event of a third
election on Wednesday, December 6,
to declare said election and to hear
any contest or protest in regard to
Sec. 5. Before the election for may
or and aldermen in 1911, and each
election year thereafter, the Town
Democratic executive committee may
appoint and arrange for one or more
campaign meetings to be held in the.
town, which meeting or meetings shall I
be addressed by the candidates for I
mayor and aldermen and trustees for t
the graded school, the time and place
-for such meeting or meetings to be c
published in the papers of the town t
and all of the candidates invited to
address the people.
Sec. 6. That the executive commit
tee fix the ascsessments of candidates
which assessments shall be paid at the
time of filing pledges.
Sec. 7. The citizens' meeting that
shall adopt rules for the primary elec
tion shall elect an executive commit
tee of seven members; two from the
town at large, an done from each
ward, and this committee shall have
the power to fill all vacancies in its
The report of the secretary and
treasurer was read showing receipts
of $101.00 and expenditures of $99.62, t
leaving a bala,.ce on hand of $1.38.
It was decid I to hold the first pri
mary on Tuesday, November 28, and
the second on Friday, December 1, in1
case a second was necessary, and if a I
third was necessary on Tuesday, De
The general election will be held on t
Tuesday, December 12.
The old e:ecutive committee was
re-elected as follows:
Town at Large-O. B. Mayer, W. H.
Ward 1-L. I. Epting.
Ward 2-Harry W. Dominick.
Ward 3-Z. F. Wright.
Ward 4-E. H. Aull.
Ward 5-J. Y. Jones.
Executive Committee .1eets.
The executive committee met im- r
mediately after the adjournment of
the citizens ieeting and organized by
electing 0. B. Mayer chairman and
E. H. Aull secretary and treasurer. f
It was decided not to. have a pub- t
li meeting at which the candidates -
are to address the citizens.
The assessments of the candidates j
was fixed as follows: Mayor $20.00;
candidates for alderman $7 50; can- t
idates for school trustee $5.00..
Candidates must file thieir pledges
with the chairman on before,12 o'clock r
noon, November 2-*, and the assess- ja
ments must be paid before pledges will
ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. I
An Old Pistol is keeldentaHly. Dis
charged-Ball Enters Body of
Jim McClellanld, a negro boy, was r
accidently shot on Thursday morning c
while in the room of Mr. Wmn. Reid, -
son of Mr. Geo. T. Reid, of Chappells.
[t seems that -on Wednesday, Mr. Wmn.
Reid got 'out an old pistol, which had r
not been in use in many years, and a
was cleaning it up. On Thursday I
morning while McClelland was in Mr. D
Reid's room, Mr. Reid was handling
the pistol and in some way it was ac
identally discharged, the ball taking
effect in McClellanld's body.
The affair is very much regretted ~
by Mr. Reid, and Mr. Geo. T. Reid
sent MClelland to Columbia on
hursday to be operated on by Dr. a
G-uerry in the hope that the wound x
may not prove fatal. C
The ladies of Aveleigh Presbyterian
church will hold their annual chrys- t
anthemumi fair on Thursday and Fri- a
day evenings, November 9 and 10, in
Paysinger vacant store, lower Mair:
street, and in connection will hold a
bazaar, at which numerous booths con
taiing varidus articles, will be dis- -
played. Among them being a doll
booth, larkins booth, fancy work, can
dy, pillow, baby, flower and the famous
The doors will be open Thursday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock, and no admission (
fee will be charged.
Supper will be se'rved, beginning at
Turkey Roast Pig
Pickle, etc. -
Fifty cents plate.
ce cream.10 cents, cake 5 cents.
Friday evening, oyster supper, 25:
cents. Ice cream 10 cents, cake 51
There will be no prizes awarded for
flwers. Everybody come and get a
good old t ,,me napp ani noy the a
TWO ARRESTS NADE.
Fohn Kinard and Ernest Douglas In
Jail in Connection With Murder
W. S. Buff.
As stated in The Herald and News
m Tuesday, the jury of inquest in the
,. S. Ruff case adjourned on Monday
tfternoon to meet again next Monday
Lfternoon at 3.30 o'clock.
During Monday night Coroner Jno.
lenry Chappell and Constable C. G.
3lease arrested Jno. Kinard, a mulav
o negro, and Ernest Douglas, an
Llbino. While there is no positive
vidence against these two negroes,
he officers think they have sufficient
uspicion .pointing to their guilt to
old them until the inquest is resum
d next Monday.
In the meantime Coroner Chappell,
'onstable Blease and Sheriff Buford
Lre exerting all efforts possible toward
ocating the guilty parties.
There were elections in . several
tates on Tuesday, which created con
iderable interest and is take nto indi
ate the strength of the two great po
itical parties in this country.
In Massachusetts, Governor Foss,
)emocrat, is reelected but by a re
luced plurality. The remainder of
he State ticket is Republican.
The Democrats have carried. Rhode
sland by an increased plurality.
In New York the Republicans have
aade sufficient gains in the assembly
aen to give them about thirty major
ty on joint ballot in the legislature,
eversing the Democratic majority of
The New Jersey legislature is. Re
ublican, having. been reversed from
In New Mexico it appears that the
)emocrats have wor..
I hereby announce myself as a can
tidate for re-election to the office of
layor, subject to the Democratic pri
aary. J. J. Langford.
ror Alderman Ward 1.
W. H. Shelley is hereby nominated
or Alderman from Ward 1. subject to
le Democratid primary.
For Alderman Ward~ 2.
G. B. Summer is hereby nQminated
or Alderman from Ward 2, subject
the Democratic primary.
R. H. Swittenberg is hereby nomi
ated as Alderman from Ward 2, sub
act to 'the Democratic primary.
H. H. Abramns is hereby announced
s a candidate for Alderman from
Vard 2, subject to the Democratic
For Alderman Ward 3.
C. T. Summer is hereby axnounced
S a candidate for reelection as alder
aa'n from Ward 3, subject to the rules
f the Democratic praniary.
For Alderman Ward 4.
E. L. Rodelsperger is hereby an
ounced as a candidate for reelection
s Alderman from Ward 4, and is
ledged to abide the result of the pri
P. B. Hutchinson is hereby nominat
d for Alderman from Ward 4, sub
ct to the Democratic pdimary.
For Alderman Ward 5.
. S. Goree is hereby announced as
candidate for re-el'ection as Alder
an from Ward 5, subject to the rules
f the Democratic primary.
School Trustee Ward 4.
With pleasure we place in nominia
ion Mr. J. H. Wicker for re-election
s School Trustee from Ward 4.
School Trustee Ward 5.
We take pleasure in nominating Mr.
.M. Davis for re-election as School
'rustee from Ward 5.
)ne Cent a Word. No ad
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
(TICE-First patent flour at $4.85
per barrel. Don't miss this oppor
tunity. Purcell & Scott.
rODERFULLY, beautiful, the wed
ding presents at Pelham's Phar
macy. New designs in cut glass,
fancy china, brass goods and vases.
Lowest prices. Beautiful goods.
Special-The Herald and News, $1.50
(Corrected by Nat Gist).
Strict good middling... ... ... ..9
Good middling... ... ... ... ...8%
Strict middling... ... ... ... ..8%
(By Robt. McC. Holmes).
Strict good middling... ... ... ..9
Good middling... ... ... ... ....8%
Strict middling... ... ... ... ..8%
(By Summer Bros. Co.)
Cottort seed .... ... ... ... ...25A
(By A. P. Coleman).
Cotton... ... ... ... ... ... ...9
Cotton seed...... ... ... ... ..28%
(By Silverstreet Warehouse Co.)
Cotton... ... ... ... ... .. ...9
Cotton seed... ... ... ... .....28
(By Aull & Hipp).
Cotton... ... ... ... ... ... ..9 1-46
Cotton seed... ... ... ... .....25A
(By J. L. & A. G. Wise).
Cotton... ... ... ...... ..9
Cotton seed ........ ... ...26%
(By J. B. Derrick).
Cotton... ... ... ...........
(By Glenn-Lowry Mfg. Co.)
Cotton seed... .............26
(By Smith Bros.)
Cotton... ......... ..... ...9
Seed. ...... ... ... ... .....26
FIGURE out the cost of-a 20-miles trip
with horse and buggy. A Harley
Davidson motorcycle will make the-_
same trip for less than 10 cents In
one-fourth the. tme. Save time and
you save dollars, lose time and you
lose, dollars. Call or write for par
ticulars.. Harry 0. Stone, Newberry,
S. C. 10-31-im
JUST arrived, a carload of heart and
-sap shingles. Langford & Bui.
FOR. RENT-Dwelling, 10 rooms and~
bath., Lights, water and sewerage;
IMrs. Eunice A. Stewart. Phone 348:
PURE PORK sausage on Saturday, al
so fresh Norfolk oysters. W. 0.
Wilson. Phone 202. '11-3-2t.
JUST received, cai- load of buggles.
and wagons. If you need :one we.
can save you money. Purcell. &
LEARN AUTOI[OBILE BUSINESS-.
. Take a 30 days practical course in
our well equipped machine shop
and learn the automobile business
and accept good positions. Char
lotte Auto School. Charlotte, N. C.
WANTED-Young men and ladies to
learn telegraphy. We are receiving
Imore calls for our graduates than
we can supply. Charlotte Telegra
phy School, Charlotte, N. C. 3-7-ti
TURKEYS AND EGGS WANTED, a
highei' prices paid, at the Newlberry
][ONEY TO LEND-Money to lend on
real estate. Long time and easy
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 called
Ifor at the Newberry hotel cafe. -Ev
erything else good that the market
WATCHES, jewelry and spectacles
repaired quickly, accurately, prompt
ly, reasonably. Watches and jewelry
for sale. See -me. 3. G. Daniels, at,
Ward & Chapman's Shoe Store.
?AR of A. S. Lee & Son's Commercl
lime for grain; also acid and guano.
ISee S. J. Kohn, Prosperity, 8. C.
WANTED-Second hand bags and L
lap. Write for prices. Richmond
Company, Richmond, Va. 10-2
GE T OUT ti't winter suit, or la
-coat suit, place it on the hal
and 'phone 260, and WO will M
rest. Red Lion Pressinlg Club.
E. Wicker, Manager. 1644 4t-1t