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The Movements of Many People
Newberrians, and These Who
Mr. Patrick Scott left Wednesday for
a visit to Spartanburg.
Mr. H. Lee Kempson has moved
from Slighs' to Saluda county.
Mr. H. W. Ehrhardt, of Ehrhardt, is
spending a few days in the city.
Misses Moriat Hayes and Doll Perry
will visit in Saluda county Thursday.
Mr. J. Robert Ba%s and family, of
Columbia, are in the city.
Mrs. L. G. Balle, Jr., is visiting rela
tives in Newberry.-Laurens Advertis
Col. E. H. Aull, of Newberry, was
among the visitors here yesterday.
Greenwood Journal, 27th.
Walter Anderson, of Newberry,
spent Thursday in the city with his
brother, P. E. Anderson.-Abbeville
Miss Lena Player, t-eacher of John
stone academy, went to Elliott, S. C.,
Saturday to attend the marriage of
her sister. She returned Wednesday.
Messrs. J. Claudp Dominick and B.
A. Dominick will t. in the "fresh
meat" bunch at the big shriners' gath
ering in Spartanburg Thursday.
Messrs. Charley and Forrest Sum
mer and Misses Kate and Ruby Sum
mer attended the Griffin-Summer wed
ding in Atlanta on the 29th.
Miss Sarah Houseal, of Newberry, S.
C., returned home yesterday morning
after spending several weeks in the
city with Miss Camille Durham.
Charlotte Observer, 28th.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Anderson returned
to Newberry today arter spending
Sunday here with the latter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Morris.-Anderson
The Rev. D. P. Boyd on Wednesday
at noon, at his home In this city, per
formed the marriage ceremony uniting
Mr. W. W. Lominick, of Pomaria, and
Miss Effiie Griffin, of Jalapa.
Mr. W. D. Hardy, of Maybinton, was
in town Tuesday, and was warmly
greeted by those of his many friends
who had the lGeasure of seeing him.
They remember him as a former poli
tical power in Newberry county, and
o. repr@sentative and popular citizen.
The marriage of Miss Annie Griffin
a.nd Mr. Elmer Leas Summer, of New
berry, S. C., will be a pretty event of
this afternoon, taking place at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Griffin, on West Pea5h
tree street-Atlanta Constitution,
Mrs. W. S. Spearman arid son, Mas
ter W. S. Spearman, Jr., of NZewberry,
S. C., are now the guests of Mrs.
Spearman's mother, Mrs. J. M. Cuth
bertson on Ransom place. Mrs. Spear
man has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
W. J. Thomas on South Tryon street.
Mr. Spearman will spend Thanksgiv
ing in Charlotte with his wife.-Char
lotte Observer, 28th.
Among those expecting to attend
the ceremonial session of Omar Tem
ple, Ancient Arabic Order of Nobles
of the Mystic Shrine, in Spartanburg
on Thanksgiving day, are the follow
ing Shriners from Newberry, among
the 700 or 800 to be present: J. P.
Wilson, F. H. Dominick, H. W. Dom
iick, T. P. Johnson, H T. Cannon,
Wm. Kibler, McK. Hutchinson, L. G.
Eskridge, Robt. Norris. Geo. S. Mower.
YARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Cak'. W. S. Langford is a new man
on the board of trustees city schools.
Two neg men on city council, W. H.
Shelley and .U1. H. Abramns.
The ladies baYaar will not .be held
until Decomber 7.
Mayor Langford, Alderman Summer,
Rodelsperger and Goree came back all
Attend Thanksgiving service at the
A. R. P. church Thursday morning
-and remember the orphans.
Why don't the town of Union adopt
:the slogan, "Ulnion-suits."-Anderson
-Mail. That's the best yet.
IHave you gotten that turkey fat yet?
.-4.nderson Mail. If you come to New
berry you can get plenty of beef fat
and hog fat.
People are feeling better since read
ing of the contract awarded for the
erection of the new governmnt post
Mr. Lawson Paysinger is for the
;present (Christmas present) among
the clerks at Summer Bros.' clothing
Mr. 3. H. Wicker will be missed
from the board of trustees city schools,
Nearly all The Herald and News
force will go bird hunting Thanksgiv
ing day. Birds will be scarce after
Daniel Boone, booked for Friday
night, had not been heard from up to
the hour of going to press. It's on
the trail somewhere.
That fellow who went into the
presence of two beautiful young la
dies, by mistake, when another fellow
had been sent for, is now waiting for
some girl to send for him.
Alderman R. B. Lominick was the
only member of city council not offer
ing for re-election, excepting Mr. Ear
hardt, of course, who was advanced to
GRAND JURY'S PRESENTMENT.
Educational Matters Called Attention
To-Roads and Bridges-Magis.
The grand jury in the general ses
sions court made their final present
ment on Wednesday afternoon. The
following six of the present jury were
drawn to hold over on next year's
grand jury: W. H. Shannon, Jno. A.1
Nichols, W. E. Wallace, J. A. Schroed
er, J. P. Neel and R. C. Counts.
Following is the presentment of the
"Newberry, S. C., November 29, 1911.
"To Hon. G. W. Gage, Presiding
Judge, Newberry, S. C.-Sir: In ac
cordance with the law, we have the
honor to herewith submit our present
ment for the year 1911.
"We have considered all of the bills
I handed us by the solicitor and have
returned same with our findings there
on to the court.
"At last term of court only a par
tial examination 'was made of the
books of the county officers. Soon af
ter last term of court a final settle
ment was made with Comptroller Gen
eral Jones. The books of the treas
urer, auditor, supervisor and county'.
superintendent of education were
checked in the presence of the fore.
man of this jury and were all found
properly and neatly kept.
"The county home is found to be in
good condition and the inmates well
cared for. The farm shows care and
"The annual report of the county
superintendent of education for the
past year shows some rather startling
facts. The total enrolment of white
children was 2,831 andi the total en-!
rolment of negroes was 5,436. Though
his report, taken as a whole, shows
progress in the sechool work in the
county. As Superintendent of Educa
tion J. S. Wheeler has resigned, we
wish to commend him for the excel
lent work he has done for the schools]
of the county.
Roads and Bridwes.
"The roads and bridges of the coun
ty are in fairly good condition and we
wish to commend Supervisor Feagle]
for the good work he has been doing
recently with the chaingang, but would
recommend that he give immediate at-1
tention to the following places: Roada
near Trinity church and place of Jeff1
XV. Waldrop. The 1-erry Rikard ford
on South side of bridge and bridge
near Symrna church.
"All magistrate's 'nooks ha'e been.
carefully examined and found neatly1
kept, and vouchers to cover all fines
imposed and collected. Our examina
tion has been this time, as in the past,1
necessarily merely perfunctory. It
can not be more than this under the<
present system. There is no recordi
that would show a fine imposed upon1
a defendant and collected where the
defendant has never been committed
to jail or chaingang, except records of
magistrates. We recommend that the
county supervisor have published in
the county newspapers, once each
quarter, a list of fines reported by the
"We wish to especially commend So
licitor Cooper for the stand he is tak
Iing in enforcing the observance of the
"We wish to extend our hearty
thanks to His Honor, Judge G. W.
IGage, Solicitor R. A. Cooper and offi
cials of the court for courtesies shown
"We recommiend that the clerk be
paid the usual fee ($5.00.)) for this
session, and the usual fee ($5.00) for
last session of court.
--R. C. Cons,
The Longshore camp, Woodmen 'of
the World, and Knights of Pythias,
will have an oyster supper on Decem
Sber 7. There will be some good
speaking, so come out and enjoy the1
NEWBERRY LODGE B. L 0. E.
Will Hold Memorial Exercises in I
Opera House Next Sunday-In.
Throughout Elkdom on next Sunday
fternoon, Memorial exercises will be I
b.eld by all the lodges and tribute to
their departed members will be paid.
Newberry Lodge, No. 1103, has been
tortunate in that during the past year .
there has been no death within its':
The lodge had secured Hon. T. F.
Brantley, of Orangeburg, to deliverr
the Memorial address, but he wires
that it will be impossible for him to 1
Some one will be secured to take his
The exercises will be held in the
opera house beginning at 3 o'clock and
losing at 4 o'clock, so that there
will be no interference with the Sun- 1
lay schools of the town, and every
body can attend the exercises and also
attend the Sunday school.
A very pretty musical programme
ias been arranged by Miss Mazie I
Dominick. The addresses will be
brief so that the entire program will
iot consume more than one hour I
The following program will show
the music part and the other places
will be filled by someone:
1. Prelude-"Funeral March," Chop-"
in-Miss Mazie Dominicli
2. Vacant Chai--Herbert Johnson.
3. Opeuing cer.,monifs -Ri a?
4. "Nearer My God to Thee"- Churus.
5. Opening Ode-"Auld Lang Syne":
-reat Ruler of the universe,
All-seeing and ben,gn,
Look down upoa and t, ess our work
And be all glory thine!
D! hear our prayers for the honored
While bearing in our minds,
rhe memories graven on each heart
For "Au!d Lang Syne."
7. Solo-"Teach Me to Pray," Jewitt
-Mrs. Roy Z. Thoias. Violin obli
gate-Mr. Nevin Biser.
9. Duet-"Beautiful Morn"-Misses4
aro and Ruth Efird.
10. Address, etc.
11. Duet-"Crucifix," Faure--Dr. and.
Mrs. Roy Z. Thomas.
Closing ceremonies, etc.
The chorus is composed of Mrs;
rhomas, Mrs. Sam Jones, Miss Sarah*
EIou.seal, Miss Carolyn Cromer, Miss
[artha Johnstone, Miss Adeline John
stone, Miss Care Efird, Miss Ruth
~fird, Dr. Thomas, Mr. S. B. Jones,
Dr. John Setzler, Dr. A. J. Bowers.
.ccompanist, Miss Mazie Domini'ck.
FORTY YEARS TEACHER.
KIrs. Jane A. Long a Teacher in the
Schools of Newberry for Forty
Not many lady teachers in the pub
tic schools teach more than three or
our years. Some few continue in the
rofession longer. It is but natural.
:hat this should be the case, because
xaost of them becone housekeepers af
;er a few years in the profession,
Jierefore, can not teach in the public
There is one lady teacher in this
:ounty, however, who is still teaching
ad who has now completed 39 full
:erms as a teacher in the public
;chools, and has taught one month
n her fortieth term. She wa born
md reared in this county and while
she has no children of her own, has
evoted her life to the educating and
:raining of other children. That'
:eacher is Mrs. Jage A. Long, who is
iow in charge of the school at the Mol
D. A. Dickert Chapter.
D. A. Dickert chapter, Children of ,
onfederacy,- will meet at the resi-(
lence of Mrs. R. T. Caldwell, in Main
street, Saturday afternoon, December
1, 1911, at 4 o'clock. All members are
irged to be present and those who 1
iav'e not as yet received certificates
)lease bring 10) cents to pay for same
s the certificates are in hand ready
Carolyn Caldwell, i
The Ladies Aid society of the First ]
Baptist church will hold their Christ
nas bazaar on the 15th of December.
Ladies, gentlemen and children of1
Kewberry, are cordially invited to at- j
tend, and a delightful time is promised H
:hose who come. There will be beau- i
:ul and dainty hand-made Christmas i
presents for each an~d all to buy.
A bountiful and delicious supper I
will be served, and greatest care will 1i
>e taken to furnish: the delicacies of <4
hesasmonn in an attractive style.
THE CITY PRIMARY.
fessrs. Shelley, Abrams and Rodels- I
perger Elected Aldermen In Three
The Democratic primary for the
iomination of munic:pal officers pass
d off very quietly on Tuesday. Mayor (
F. J. Langford was reelected without C
)pposition, and the following alder
nen will serve with him: Ward 1, W.!
I. Shelley; Ward 2, H. H. Abrams; I
Ward 3, C. T. Summer; Ward 4, E. L. s
Iodelsperger; Ward 5, 0. S. Goree. (
['here were contests in three wards. j
n two of these wards there were only I
,wo candidates in each, so that a sec- 1
)nd primary would not be necessary
xcept in case of a tie, which was not c
-he case; and in the other ward, where
here were three candidates, the lead-J
ng candidate received a majority over 1
)oth his opponents. The first primary,
herefore, is decisive in all the iaces,
tnd no second primary will be neces- I
Vote for Mayor.
Mayor Langford's vote was al fol
Ward 1... ... ... ... ... ... ... 96
Ward 2... ... ... ... ........ 1081
Ward 3 ... ... ... ... ... ..... 55;
Ward 4... ... ... ... . ......... 821t
ard 5... ... ... ... ... ... ... 38:1
For Alderman Ward 1.
In Ward 1 the v'ote was as follows: E
W. H. Shelley... ... ... ... ... 761
ff. P. Bedenbaugh... ... ... .... 34 '
Total... ... ... ... ... .....110
.Necessary to elect... ... ... .. 56
Mr. Shelley succeeds Mr. Jno. W.11
Parhardt, who was recently chosen I
'ecorder of the municipal court.
For Alderman Ward 2.
The vote for alderman in Ward 2
;vas as follows:
. H. Abrams... ... ... ... ... 60 1
I. B. Summer... .......... .. 36 i
RL H. Swittenberg... ... ... .... 21
Total...... ... .......... 117
Necessary to elect. ..... .. ... 59
Mr. Abrams succeeds Alderman R.
3. Lominack, who was not a candidate
For Alderman Ward 8.
In Ward 3 the vote was a follows:
3. T. Summer... ... ... ... .....56
Mr. Summer succeeds himself.
For Alderman Ward 4.
In Ward 4 the vote was:
9. L, ;Rodelsperger... ... .......62
Total... ... ....... .... .....101 ~
Necessary to elect... .. ... ....51 ~
Mr. Rodelsp'erger- succeeds himself. ~
-For Alderman Ward 5.
The vote in Ward 5 was:
). S. Goree... ... ... ... ... ....37 '
Mr. Goree succeeds himself.
For School Trustee. I
There were vacancies on the board t
f school trustees in only two wards- 4
Cos. 4 and 5. In Ward 4 'Mr. W. S.js
~angford was elected without opposi-' b
ion, received 79 votes. He succeeds f
dr. J. H. Wicker, who did not offer' t
In Ward 5 Mr. J. Marion Davis was t
e-elected without opposition, receiv- 3
ng 36 votes.
EN!EW WHO WOULD GET HIM.
ittle Negro Told Judge Mr. Cannon (
Blease Would Get Him if He
Didn't Tell the Truth.
An amusing incident occurred dur-K
ng the trial of the little negro, Fact j
ames, for murder in the sessions
ourt here On Tuesday morning. A
ittle negro boy was presented as a
vitness and was exnined by Judge
lage as to his capacity to testify.I
udge Gage put several questions to
he little negro, who was about six
ears old, and then asked himn if he
mew he ought to tell the truth. The
ittle negro promptly re'>lied, "Yes.
"Do you know who will get you Ft_
ou don't tell the truth?" asked Judge
"Who ?" asked the judge.
Without the least hesitation the lit
le negro promptly replied:
"Mr. Cannon Blease."
Mr. Blease is now magistrate's con
table. He was formerly magistrate ..
Lnd has been a peace officer for a I
iumber of years, and his work seems
o have borne fruit in this little negro's
>reast, at least.
.aurens Advertiser, 29th.
The monthly meeting of the Laur
ns County Medical association ,was
ield in the office of Dr. W. H. Dial!
onday morning. Dr. Dial, president
ro temn. occupied the chair. Dr. 0.
3. Mayer, of Newberry, who had been ]
nvited to attend the meeting, was
>resent and gave an address upon the:
eneral subject of small things not to
>e overlooked in practicing. Dr. May
r was given close attentio'n and his
>addreswa reatly enioyed.5
TRIEBUTE OF RESPECT.
femory of Chief Justice Pope, Col.
Schumpert, and Judge Klugh,
Shortly before the adjournment of
ourt on Wednesday afternoon, Col.
reorge Johnstone announced to the
ourt that the Newberry bar had ap
>ointed a commitW., composed of
dessrs. Geo. B. Cro-.ur, W. H. Hunt
nd Eugene S. Blease, to prepare
,uitable resolutions to the memory of
"hief Justice Pope, Col. 0. L. Schum
)ert and Judge Jameis C. Klugh, and (
-equested, on behalf ot the Newberry
)ar, that the clerk be instructed to in
cribe pages to the remory of these
eceased gentlemen. Judga Gage, in 4
,ranting the ord-2r, paid a beautiful
Lnd feeling tribute to the lives and
abor of Chi.f Justice pfpe, Col.
chumpcrt and Judge Klugh. and the (
:urt was adjourned in respect to their (
Co Appoint Superintendent of Educa. (
tion December 4. 4
The State board of education has
>een called to meet in th6 governor's
>ffice on December 4 at 10 o'clock.
his is the regular winter meeting and
he board will have little except rou
ine business to consider.
J. S. Wheeler, superintendent of
ducation of Newberry county, tender
d his resignation on November 23.
[he vacancy must be filled by the
)oard. Several prospective applicants
re interested in the position and will
rery probably present their claims
hen the board convenes.
Wants to Know.
Editor Herald and News: I want to
inow why I can't get sewerage and
lectric lights same as other people
when I am willing to p-ty for same,
wber I pay the same rate of taxes
)thers do who have it? Can anybody
I. A. McDowell.
Drayton Ruth6rford Chapter.
The Drayton Rutherford chapter, U.
). C., will meet Tuesday afternoon at
- o'clock with Mrs. J. Y. McFall.
Mrs. W. H. Carwile,.
Death of a Little Girl.
Brunell, the 3-year-old daughter of.
vr. and Mrs. W. 3. Duncan, of the
Vhitmire section, died of scarlet fever
onday afternoon and was buried at
vt. Tabor Tuesday morning at 11
'clock, the Rev. 0. A. Jeffcoat con- ]
Lucting the service. .
Good Work Going On.
ock Hill Herald.
The county of Newberry can now
,oast of a chapter of Winthrop Daugh
ers, it having been organized some
Lays ago by former graduates and;
tudents of Winthrop living in New
erry. These new chapters are being.
ormed over the State and it is hoped
hat every county eventualy will have
4ne. A great amount of good for
heir alma mater and the cause off
roman's education can be accomplish
d by these organizations.
)ne Cent a Word. No ad
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
'OR SALE--I offer for sale the W. W.
Fellers place in No. 9 township, con
taIning 38 acres. For further infor-1
mation as to price and terms apply
to Jim Rutherford, Blairs, S. C.
BESPASS NOTICE--All persons are
hereby notified not to trespass by
hunting, fishing or any other man
ner upon the lands of the uider
signed. Godfrey Harmon, Hattie
SHarmon, F. J. Harmon. 11-28-t
HYE PAY RENT-I will sell you
good land, unimproved, or cleared
land without a dollar cash payment.
Write me. T. N. Wilson, President
Arkansas Land Company. 11-28-1m'
santa Claus Headquarters. Anderson
CHE F of Livingston-Loilnick Co..
will go out of business the first of
January. All persons indebted to
te firm are requested to pay us at
once. Livingston-Lominick Co.
verythng looks "like Christmas at
te 10c. Store. Bring the little ones
to see Toyland.
OTICE TO T HE PUBLIC-On and
after December 1, 1911, there will
be no more goods charged or deliv
ered from my place. E. Y. Morris.
ee Tonylad at Anderson's 10e. Store.
COTTON A 'KT.
(Corrected by Nat Gist).
strict good middling... ... ... ..9
.ood middin... ........
strict middling... ... ... ... ...8%
(By Robt. McC. Holmes).
3trict good middling........ ..9
'ood middling... ... ... .....8%
strict middling... ... ... ... ...8%
(By Summer Bros. Co.)
otton seed .... ... ... ... .2%
(By A. P. Coleman).
Jotton............ ...8% to 9%
'otton seed... ... ... ......25%
(By Silverstreet Warehouse Co.)
,otton seed.... .... .... .... ..24
(By Aull & Hipp).
,otton seed......... .. ... g.24
(By J. L. & A. G. Wise).
.otton... ... ... ... ... ... ...9
4otton seed. ... ... ... .....24
(By J. B. -Derrick).
.otton... ...........9 to 9%'
5eed ...... ....... ...... . .. 25
(By Glenn-Lowry Mfg. Co.)
.otton .. ...... ..... .. .... ..9%
lotton seed... .. ... ... .. ...26
(By Smith Bros.)
aotton..... ....... .... .9%
seed... ... ... ... ... ... .....26
ERESH FRUITS arrive every day at'
J. L. Burns.
FIGURE out the cost of a 20-Miles trip
with horse and buggY. A HarleY
Davidson motoreyele will make the
same trip for less than 10 oents In
-one-fourth the thne. Save tLme and
you save dolkars, lose time and You
S. C. 10-1-1
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with hrse ou and te bugg.A ald
DUTaried,n moocyloa wil mheth nd
same tipng les. L anr 10 cets
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payments. KHun, Propety . Hute.
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