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The )ovements of Many People
Newberrians, and Those Who
Mr. W. H. Sloan, of Little Mcuntain,
was in the city Tuesday.
Mr. N. H. Young, of Prosperity No.
4, was in the city Wednesday.
Miss Mabel Williamson is in Man
ning, visiting a former classmate.
Wr. W. Q. Hipp, of Po:u ia, was la
the city Thursday.
Mr. Sam C. Miller has cha' e: Irom
Prosperity to Oakland Mills.
Mrs. Janie McWhirter, of Union, is
the guest of Mrs. W. E. Ruff.
Mrs. Jane Boozer is in Wichita
Falls, Texas, visiting her brother, Mr.
P. P. Langford.
Mr. J. P. Williams, formerly of New
berry, has left Davis Station for Ruby,
Mr. N. M. Darby has left the Mollo
hon mill for the Olympia mill, Colum
Mr. R. S. Perry and family have left
Newberry and returned to their for
mer home in Saluda county.
Mr. Elliott H. Julian, of the South
ern Bell Telephone company, is at
Helena visiting his father.
Wallace Lomax, of Newberry, spent
Saturday and Sunday in the city with
his home people.-Abbeville Medium,
Miss Edith Waldrop has returned to
her home in Hendersonville, after vis
iting her friend, Miss Blanche David
son, and relatives in Newberry.
Miss Sarah Merchant, of Newberry,
arrived Thursday to take charge of
the third and fourth grades of the
Ehrhardt school.-Ehrhardt cor. Bam
berg Herald, 18th.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Patterson leave
in a few days for Chicago, Ill., to visit
-with his home folks after which they
will return and move to Prosperity
where Mr. Patterson has accepted a
poEition in the bank. We are too
sorry to give them up.-Troy cor.
Dr. J. K. Gilder went to Columbia
Thursday afternoon to meet Mr. W.
A. Fant on his way from New York,
anid will arrive here with him on Fri
day. Mr. - Fant's many friends con
gratulate him upon his ability to leave
the hospital and will welcome him
withi gladness in their hearts upon his
safe return. Mrs. Fant is with her
VARIOUS ANiD ALL ABOUT.
Tuesday iorning the mercury was,
officially, the same as on Sunday
Mayor Langford and his council
helped poor people with fuel during
The Chautauqua lady is in the city.
The Herald and News was correct in
its last issue.
There will be service by the pastor,
Rev. Jas. D. Kinard, at St. James, 11
a. mn., at Ed~h Eden 3.30 p. m.
The Bachelor Maids will have a so
cial meeting with Miss Daisy Cannoni
Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The Luther league will meet at the
Lutheran parsonage Friday at 8 p. mn.
A large attendcec is desired.
One of the best things about cold
weather is the absence of mosquitoes.
There is so much to -be thankful for
It will be some little time before
the last man quits going to Ewart-Per
ry Co. for Jno. B. Mayes and to the
Book Store for Ewart-Perry Co.
On account of Lee's birthday, all
Scoun.ty offices will be close Friday, ex
w.ept the office of county superinten'd
ent of education.
Mr. M. R. Gibson, a student of theo
logy at Due West, will preach at
Prosperity next Sabbath at 11 a. m.
.and at Cannon's Creek at 3 p. m.
Lawrence Dorroh ran up against
Recorder Earhardt's court for $30 or
60 days--in two cases. Malicious
mischief, $15 or 30 days, and the same
-fr carrying concealed weapons.
.Mr. Henr y D. Boozer, of near Smyr
'ra, had the misfortune to slip and fall,
breaking two ribs. His friends
throughout the county will regret very
(much to hear of this bad accident, but
:they bope .for his complete recovery.
'The South Carolina Prison associa
tion was organized in Columbia Tues
day, of which Mr. Alan Johnstone, Jr.,
'wa elected secretary. Mr. Johnstone
was also appointed on the committee
-to form a constitution for the associa
To get - the boys' corn, clubs organ
zed throghout the Statea caempaign
is to. be inaugurated by the United
States farm demonstration work.
Prominent speakers have been secur- Z
ed. The date for Newberry is Jan
The little notice in the papers sev-;
eral issues ago had the effect of a
bringing some new subscribers to the a
library and also some visitors. But
the librarian wants many more. For
two years the library has had no help S
from the town, the assistance formerly1
given having been withdrawn during C
the administration of then Mayor c
Hon. George S. Mower has, since the
beginning of the work, given the use
of a room. Without this help, its t
d.mise would have been sure. The g
Woman's club makes an annual con- e
tribution for the purchase of books,
and the only other means is from the
suiscribers. To those who have never I
joined a most cordial invitation is ex
tended to visit the room on Monday af- e
ternoons from 3.30 until sundown. t
The librarian makes this plea to ?
every reader of this article; please,'t
as soon as you lay the paper aside,
look carefully over all your books, t
and any good ones that you have read
but do not care to keep, bring them to:17
the library. Many others will not
have read them, perhaps. If the chil
dren in your home have outgrown
their books, let the library have them'p
for other children less fortunate.
During the past week there were
calls for any of Sweedenborg's writ- v
ings, Leckie's History, and any of
Channing's writings, or Hamilton's.
'None of these calls could be respond- s
ed to. Lave the 'books at the Mower r
company's store, with your name, and a
the librarian will appreciate the con
tribution, and acknowledge it. Or ring t
9052 and the librarian will call for the o
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By Squibs. a
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The rough weather made it mail t4
walker 'stead of mail rider, if John e
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Peterson did try a horse.
When roads are rough it is betterb
to ride mule back than horse back.
The mule'will look where he is going
and step carefully. A horse won't.
It is a fine thing to live in a landi ti
wher.e winter is winter, and summer is C
summer.-Filbert cor. Gaffney Ledger. T
It would be if one day was not cold
and the next hot as it so often is. P
For the land's sake cut out thea
"Blue Eyes" and "Black Eyes" and a
sign something else to your letter, you
correspondents of various exchanges.t
Sign them "Goo Goo" if you can't find;t
There is a little place in Abbeville n
county named Prosperity, and before si
we caught on we used to think it was p
our Prosperity whenever it received; a]
a mention in the Abbeville papers.b
That was true about the p1an having T
his teeth frozen. He dipped them in tl
ater and sect them out over night. ei
Thea next morning they were fringed;
with ice. to
He giveth snow like wool, and scat- et
terth the hoar-frost like ashes. He
casteth forth his ice like morsels: who .
is able to abide his frost? He sendeth
out his word and melteth them: he
bloweth with his wind and the waters
flwsnow and vapours, wind and IB
storm fulfilling his word.-Psalms n
cxlvii and exlviii.r
To those who, like the writer, have
found themselves alone at times dur
ing the past week, shut in, as it were,j
by the snow, with only their thoughts'
for compa.ny, andl more especially at M
the twilight hour, how fast came troop- te
ig back over the bridged years the, of
memories of other times, long ago, B
when the snow lay over everything, I
and in the stillness all around, how d
vibrant the echo from dear- voices-ti
hushed so long. Then, they looked on
scenes like -these and voiced the'ir en- ti:
joyment. The charm of it all appealed ai
to them also; and in like manner did1
their sympathies go out to any suf
Under the spell so potent how great t
the longing for those vanished forms, o
the never forgotten voice and face, w
which some day shall gladden us 6(
Under the snow with the flowers Iis
they sleep-like the flowvers they shall t
reappear in the glad Springtime of le
'o be Held Saturday in High School
Building-Miss Leila A. Russell
of Winthrop, to Talk.
The County Teachers' association
,ill meet in the h1:h school building
t Newberry on Saturday, January 20,
t 11 o'clock promptly.
Miss Leila Russell, of Rock Hill,
-ho is superintend<"nt of the rural
chools of York county, and also con
ected with Winthrop college, has ac
epted an invitation from the asso
iation to be present and speak to the
?achers. Miss Russell is an exper
,nced teacher and will bring a m es
age which will be worth while for
ie teachers and trustees and' public
enerally to hear, and the county sup
rintendent of education very much
opes that the auditorium will be fill
d and that every teacher who can
ossibly attend will be present.
He has sent a personal letter to
ach teacher requesting him or her
attend this meeting and has also
ent a special personal appeal to the
ustees to meet with the teachers.
There are many matters affecting
te schools of the county which would
eceive benefit if the trustees could be
iterested enough to come and discuss
he various needs of the schools. The
>gislture is now in session and there
ill be some matters concerning the
ublic schools upon which legislation
as been asked. The trustees should
e in position to givie expression to
rhat would be 'best for our schools in
Elsewhere is a copy of the letter
ent to the trustees. If any failed to
eceive this letter he should take this
s a special invitation to attend the
ieeting on Saturday. Elsewhere in
zis paper also may be found a copy
the letter sent to the teachers re
uesting them to attend the teachers
ssociation and to take an interest in
The gathering of the teachers and
'ustees to exchange ideas and is
ass methods can not but be helpful
nd beneficial. The weather is bad
ad the roads in the coi;.,try in a fear
il condition, but the county superiu
,ndent especially requests the teach
rs and trustees to ma.ke some sacri
ce to be present.
Any of the citizens of the city who
iel an interest in this work will also
a welcome to the meet'ng.
Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edw. Fulen wvider, Pastor).
Nothing -prevani g, there will :e
ie regular servies 'L t'i I.tzthera'i
hurch of the Redeemer next Sunday.
he following is the program:
11 a. m.-The morning service. The
astor will preach on the subject:
What is Man?" The text is found in
salm 8:4: "What is man, that thou
-t mindful of him? and the son of
an, that thou visiteth him ?" In this
ord we are all on examination, and
tis question of the Psalmist is one
iat we must answer. We can not
rite down the answer 0on paper, but
Lch one gives it in the choice he
ak'es of a ruling ambition. At least
x answers that the past gives will be
esented in the sermon. They are
Iexceedingly practical and should
Sconsidered by every one who de
res to be and do something in life.
his sermon will be introductory to
ree practical sermons on the gen
'al'subject, "A Man's Way"'
4 p. m.--The Sunday school imeets
study God's word. All the teachers
id scholars are requested to be pres
it. Dr. Thomas and his orchestra
1l lead the singing.
A cordial invitation to all the ser
ces is extended the public.
.Next Regular Meeting.
The Y. W. A. society, of the First
iptist church will hold its regular
:thly meeting in the Philathea:
om Sunday afternoon immediately
ter the lesson. Each member is urg
to be present.
Death of Rev. D. P. Boyd's Niece.
Mrs. Carrie Boyd Hodges, wife of
r. Herbert Hodges, and third daugh
r of the Rev. Geo.~ M. Boyd, formerly
Newberry, 'died at her home at
ownsville, -Marlboro county, on
iesday morning at 6 o'clock. The
voted family and other loving rela
es will receive the tenderest sym
Lth.ies of friends throughout the en
- county and everywhere that they
-Two Large Porkers.
Mr. W. Q. Hipp, of Pomaria, killed
o porkers a few days ago of his
n raising, thirteen months old, one
eighing 580 pounds and the other
00 pounds. And yet there are far'
ers in this county who hold that it
etter to grow cotton and buy meat
an to raise their own meat. At
ast, that is the only legitimate con
To Attend Meeting County Association C
Saturday-Circular Letter Sent
to All Teachers.
The following has been mailed by
th"e- county superintendent of educa- 01
tion to each teacher in the county, Sc
calling attention to the fact that Yissj si
Leila A. Russell will speak to the as- a
sociation on Saturday, and as she is te
coming all the way from Rock Hill, sC
the county superintendent very much ;c
hopes that each teacher will show m
sufficient interest in his or her work o'
to come out and hear Miss Russell tr
discuss ma.tters pertaining to the work i
in the rural schools: o,
The Letter. Il
I desire to call attention to the t
County Teachers' association which
is to be held in the high school build
ing at Newberry on January 20.
Miss Leila Russell, of Winthrop col- I.
lege, has promised to attend this
meeting and will talk to the teachers
and others about the rural schools t
and their needs, and I hope that ev
ery teacher in the public schools will c
feel it as much a part of his or her
duty to attend the county teachers' l
meetings as it is to teach in the school. tr
It should be your purpose to get all tr
the information that it is possible that: m
will be helpful to you in your work, cc
and the teacher who is doing the right p:
kind of work in the school is not do- tr
ing that work alone for the salary o]
which is paid, but for the help that ai
comes to the teacher as well. s<
A professor in Harvard college on h
one occasion said: "Harvard college
pays me for doing what T would glad-- a
ly pay it for allowing me to do." tr
Of course, you could not afford to
pay for the privilege of teaching, be-,,p
cause you need the salary, and pos
sibly more than the salary with which
to live, but you also need the work, p:
especially, if you are an enthusiastic y<
and conscientious teacher, as I hope
you are. t
Some one has said that the "work
of the plodder, artisan, can be easily
measured and justly rewarded in dol- te
lars and cents. It is not so with the
work of the artist. Most of his income
never gets into his pay envelope. He
must get much of it in the delight of 0
the dream and the vision, in the joy
of the doing and the realizing." .K
"The ideal teacher will work for thet
joy of the working; the -mere time ser
ver for his pay alone; but youi and 1.i
will enjoy our work for our pay and
our pay better; for the~ work."
It would be a great misfortune to m
the children of any school to have for!
their teacher one who was considering t
only the pay and looking only to the
pay certificate. I hope that all the
teachers in this county are interested,
not only in the pay, but the work, in is
which they are engaged. m
Be sure to attend the meeting of y
the association. sc
Yours very truly,'m
E. H. Aull, k
County Superintendent of Education. .a
Dr. Whaling Next Sunday,.t
Rev. Thornton Whaling, D. D., who
was to have preached in Aveleigh
Presbyterian church last Sunday, was C
prevented on account of the heavy
mow and extremely cold weather.
Eowever,. we are pleased to announce
hat Dr. Whaling will fill the pulpit in
ext Sunday, January 21, having writ- b
en .to Dr. Felham, clerk of session,:W
hat he will be here Saturday. This re
anuouncement, we a.re~ sure, will. be alt
an interesting item to the community
s well to the Presbyterian congrega
tion, as Dr. Whaling's reputation as a
orceful and eloquent divine has gone m
efore hinm and he will be heartily Vth
wlcomed to Newberry. Dr. Whaling da
s now the president of Columbia The- W~
logical seminary but has been the te:
astor of several important churches TI
hroughout the South.
The communion of the- Lord's sup-! ca
per will be observed and the public
s cordially invited. P.
New Passenger Enigines
aurens Advertiser. A
The Columbia, Newberry and Laur
ms railroad has just bought two hand
ome passenger engines, but they are
using them for freight service. Now,
wouldn't it be nice if one of these en- ge
gines were attached to three nice, new
passenger coaches for Capt. McCain
and. Capt. Little to ride in every morn- I
ing and evening! That would be fine*
and then we might pull out our "pass"*
(due respects to the Newbei-ry Obser-*
ver) and go down to Columbia feeling*
like we were riding in some style.*
Really now, we ought to have a nice
and new train. Nice depots have been
built and a great deal of good work
.as 'been done and is being done on
the roadbed, but if a little bit more
were undertaken a.nd we had that fine Mi
train, we might be satisfied for awhile.
At least, until we begin to want some
)unty Superintendent of Education
Urges Trustees to Meet With
Teachers on Saturday.
In an effort to arouse more interest
i the part of the trustees of the!
hools of this county, the county
iperintendent of ducation has sent!
special letter requesting each trus
e to meet on Saturday in the high
hool building in connection with the
unty teachers' association, and the
e"eting will be held promptly at 11
clock. It is hoped that as many:
ustees as possible will attend the
eeting. The county superintendent
education has received word by
tter and otherwise from several
ustees who have promised Lo be'
"esent and he very much hopes that
rery one will make an effort to at
nd the meeting.
The following is the letter sent the
,ustees. It is possible it did not
,ach some of them and if any trus
e failed to receive the letter, he
iould not remain away on that ac
Letter to Trustees.
Your name appears on the list of
ustees handed me by Mr. Whealer, as
ustee for .......... school. It is
y purpose, if possible, to secure the
-operation of the trustees in jr.
roving the rural s~'lobis. . I hope
Lat I may be able to have your co
)eration, and would be ad to have
iy suggestion as to the needs of your
hool, or any other matter that will
>lp to promote the educational inter
ts of the children in the -country. An
tive, enthusiastic, and interested
ustee helps to make an active, en
usiastic, and interested teacher and
ttron. Your acceptance of the posi
on of trustee- is evidence that it is
>ur purpose to do' what you can to
'omote the educational .interests of
>ur community. If this is not your
irpose, and you are not carrying out
at purpose, then you should not hold
I am very anxious to have the trus
es meet together, so that we may
.1k over educational conditions in
e county and find out what is best
be done to create more interest in
tr country schools. I think it would
a good plan for. the trustees to at
nd the Teachers' Associations, and
especially insist that you come. to
e meeting in the high school build
g at Newberry, at 11 o'clock, on
muary 20. Miss Leila Russell, of'
inthrop college, who is devoting all
her time to rural school improve
ent, has kindly consented to meet!
ith us at that time, and I am* sure
at she will bring a message which
ill be helpful, not only to the teach
,but especially to the trustees, and
desire to impress upon you that it
your 'duty to secure all the infor
ation you can that will be helpful in -
lur work. I know that you will get~
me helpful ideas iby attending this'
eeting. Drop me a card and let me
ow if I may expect you. Again
king your co-operation and support
the educational work of the couri
, Iam .
Youi's very truly,
E. H. Aull,
unty Superintendent of Education.
A nice, plain, straight hickory walk
g stick. Not much intrinsic value
t prized because of association.
hoever has it will confer a favor byl
turning it to the editor of The Her-;
I and News.
The Epworth leaf1e will hold its
nthly literary and social meeting in
e parlors of Central church on Fri- 1
y vening at 7.30, led by Mrs. R. D.
right. A cordial invitation is eX
.ded to all who may be interested.
Le following is the program:
Robert Burns, 1759-1796-Biographi
Duet, with flute obligato.I
Flow Gently, Sweet Aftan.
Reading-His Meeting With Scott.
Song-Comin' Thro' the Rye.
Talk-His Most Famous Poems.
Reading-A Poem hiy Robert In
Notes on his death and monuments.
ong-Auld Lang Syne.I
AT THE THEATRE. *
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February 2-Three Twins Company.
February 16-Paid in Full.
February 22-The Lyman Twins.
February 27-The Cow and the
Marh 29-A Woman of the Hour. 1
April 6-Christy Bros. Minstrels. f
A.pi 24-Thea Traveling Salesman.
Dne Cent a Word. No ad
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
HOUSE FOR RENT-Corner of Cal
houn and Harrington streets. Ap
ply to Wm. Johnson. 1-19-3t.
ANY ONE desiring a Singer sewing
machine, terms cash or credit, can
get one by calling on J. C. Sample.
FRESH country sausage, pudding,
ribs, and sause Friday and Saturday
at E. M. Evans & Co. it
NOTICE-Manicipal license, dog tax
and street duty now due. J. J.
Langford, Mayor; J. R. Scurry, C. &
T. T. C. N. 1-9-4t.
FOR SALE-200 bushels of good sound
home-raised corn, in shucks, at $1
per bushel; 5,000 bundles of nicely
cured fodder at $1.50 per 100 lbs.
at my barn, or $1.75 delivered; 100
bushels of Red Rust-Proof oats, at
85 cents per bushels; 2,000 bushels
cotton seed; 30 tons of nicely cured
pea-vine and cane hay, mixed, bet
ter than Timothy; also nicely baled
in 100-pound bales, at $25 a ton. D.
L. Boozer Kinards, S. C.
NOTICE-Municipal license, dog ,tax
and street duty now due.. J. J.
Langford, Mayo'; J. R. Scurry, C. & .
T. T. C. N. 1-9-4t.
FINE mules for sale by J. R. Webb;
Chappells, S. C. 1-9-7t.
tOTICE-Municipal license, dog tax
and street duty now due. J. J.
Langford, Mayor; J. R. Scurry, C. &
T. T. C. N. 1-9-4t.
FRESH FRUITS arrve every day at
J. L. Burns. -
FOB FRESH fish, phone 321. J. I.
lUST arrived, a carload of heart and
sap Aingles. Langford & Bus
.L BURNS h-ndles all grades of
staple and fancy groceries.
LEARN AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS
Take a 30 days practical course in
our well equipped macblne 'shiops -
and learn the automobile business
an~d accept good positions. Char
lotte Auto School, Oharlotte, -N. C.
WANTED-Young men anid ladies to
learn telegraphy. We are receiving
more calls for our gradduates than
we can supply. Charlotte Telegra
phy School, Charlotte, N. C. .3-7-if.
Ia[0NEY TO LEND-Money to lend on
real estate. Long time and easy
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter.
ALL PERSONS are warned not to
hire or harbor Wince Nelson (col
ored) as he is under contract with
me for the year 1912. Fred. 3.,
OR RE~NT 1912-A two-horse farm
near town. A gcod dwelling house
an.d three acres of land. Also a
r'te store house in condition at Hei
ena. Apply to M. M. Bu'ford, New
VIAI )f.UF alteratilonS in ready
made suits when it does not inter
fere with regular sewing. Miss E
~OST-Gold cased Waterman's Ideal
fountain pen with A. L. D. engraved
on it, on Caldwell street. Finder wil
please return to The Herald aud
EVERY FAR)IER THAT SENDS NE
A LIST OF FIVE 'NEIGHBORS
WILL RECEIVE A VALUABLE
BOOK FREE. NO FARMER
SHOUJLD DO WITHOUT IT. WRITE
TODAY C. G. HARDEMAN, TIFTON,
~HOSE desiring stenographic work
will please apply at The Herald and
~OR RENT-Six-room cottage in Main
street. Apply to Jno. M. Kinarid.
he Herald and News, 1 year, $.
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Office phonle 198.
-Residence~ 1.hone I?.
ffices uip-stairs in old pQstaflice b'uild
e Herald and News, 1 year, $1.