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The Movements of Many People?
Newberrians, and Those Who
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Aull, of Pomaria,
were in the city Tuesday.
Mr. Jno. F. Wheeler was in the city
Tuesday from Slighs, No. 1.
JVIr. A. L. Dominick was in the city
Tuesday from Chappells.
Miss Katie Franklin has returned
from visiting in Saluda county.
INIr. Lewis Jones has returned from
Mrs. Tabor Hill has returned from
dewberry, where she has been visiting.?Greenwood
Mr. Carl Barksdale went to Newberry
Mrs. S. C. Smith has The Herald
and News sent to her at Hephzibah,
George Wright, Jr., left on Monday
night for Richmond, Va., to make that
city his present place of abode.
Mrs. Wm. Johnson has returned
from Columbia after a visit to her
daughter, Mrs. Wallace.
Major Shelley has returned to Wilmington
from a visit to his parents,
Capt. and Mrs. W. H. Shelley.
Geo. S. Mower, an attorney of Newberry,
was in the city yesterday.?The
Mr. G. H. Martin, of Newberry, was
here Tuesday, a guest of the Blue
Ridge.?Greenville Piedmont, 6th.
Mr. Sherard Scott, formerly of Newberry
but no wof Anderson, was in
the city this week.
P. E. Scott, of Newberry, a member
of the firm of Purcell & Scott, was in
-+Vi/i pih' vostarHov Tho 7th
V/iVJ J WW* UV4J . A WM.VV, ? V ?.
W. C. Summers and Mrs. W. C.
' "Summers, of Newberry, were in Columbia
yesterday.?The State 7th.
Miss Janie Thomasson, school teacher
at Huger, returns to Newberry Friday.
Mr. John Ruff, one of Newberry
county's most popular boys, has returned
home after a prolonged busi
3iess stay in Columbia.
Mrs. W. S. Allison, formerly living
3n Newberry, was on a visit here from
Hendersonville last week, and remembered
The Herald and News.
Mrs. W. H. Shelley has returned
from Columbia, since visiting her
daughter, Mrs. R. C. Williams, who
Jbtas been very ill.
Prof. B. L. Jones has been presented
with a fine testimonial by the
Laurens city school, of which he is
Mr. and Mite. Burr B. Leitzsey came
from Columbia Monday night. Mr.
Leitzsey rested a while, recuperating
from thp ^fpppto rvf hie anrirltynt nnri
lias returned to Columbia.
Miss Edna Hipp, who teaches at
Reidvilie, passed through Switzer Friday
afternoon en route to her home in
Newberry.?Switzer cor. Spartanburg
"Mt. James D. Wicker has returned
to Xe>v?Xflr*7 after being with the Columbia
Manufacturing company for
eignt years, hjs rnenas are glad to
have him back home.
Mr. Fred. H. DonWick, an attorney
-of Newberry, has been appointed a
member of the board of regents of the
State Hospital for the Insane, to suc^ee-ad
-SEr. W. W. Ray, whose term has
expired.?Columbia cor. News and
Mrs. J. H. Summer 011 Tuesday returned
from Columbia, after a prortracted
stay at the hospital, where she
uaa lueen #aangt;ri>usiy ui iur
time. Her many friends are relieved
of their anxiety and rejoice with her
devoted husband and family at her
recovery and return home.
Mr. J. F. Schumpert, who has been
sergeant-at-arms for sixteen years,
will again offer for the place, and he,
.too, will likely be unopposed. Mr.
"Sc&umpert is on the job, courteous, ef
ficient and friendly to every one. He
:is extremely popular with the newspaper
men.?Columbia cor. News and
Mr. R. L. Epting, of Newberry, stopped
over with his friend, Dr. D. D.
Kinard, for a short visit, on his way
to San Francisco, California. Mr. J.
S. Werts, of Silverstreet, is visiting
his brother-in-law, Mr. L. M. Matthews,
for a few days. The Misses Connelly
attended a dance at Chappelis on the
27th inst, and were dilghtfully entertained.?Ninety
Six cor. Green wooc
YARIOUS A>D aLL ABOUT.
It will be hard if this is not a good
j fruit year, after all the hold back
"Baby Mine," you know, will be exI
~ Vinnc<i TTridHV
i muiicu '<tt untr u^/ci ? ?
i night, this instant
The "lily white" wing of the Repute
! lican party in South Carolina has postj
poned its convention till May 4.
I love little children, and it is not
a slight thing when they, who are
fresh from God, love us.?Dickens.
| The Orpheus club will meet with
Mrs. S. B. Jones Monday evening at
8 o'cl ock.
T> 3 JtVllC rPIlHnhlP
rtt<tu ctci j en in t, in cuio
paper ,then come round and see about
that Jersey cow for sale.
The R-ev. L. J. Bristow will preach
; at the First Baptist church Sunday
The next number of the college lyj
ceum course will be the Skovgaard
i "GViHov ovpnin?
i cyutcn panj *_?ix x x iuuj v.. ~ o;
[ March 22.
Five weeks of the weather forecast!
ed by the ground hog have passed,
leaving another week before relief
comes from under him.
The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance
company, of Newark, N. J., has some
; neat little pocket memorandum books
j shown by their agent, Mr. E. D. Pearc#.
! P. F. Baxter & Son have finished a
monument, of the famous Winnsboro
blue granite, to the memory of M. L.
There is a purity which only suffering
can impart; the stream of life
becomes snow-white when it dashes
against the rocks.?Jean Paul.
Governor Blease has appointed Fred
H. Dominick, Esq., as one of the regents
for the State Hospital foi* the
Insane in the place of Dr. W. W. Ray,
whose term has expired.
Dr. J. A. Meldau has finished the
work of moving into his new office in
the Observer building, upstairs to the
left front, finely fixed as to quarters,
including his "den."
The Salters can take anybody's picture,
to which you will agree after
seeing this issue of The Herald and
News, with the Mutts and Jeffs of the
It is the history of the interurban
railway that it not only makes the
central point larger and stronger, but
that it enhances all the sections it
touches.?Nashville Tennessean. On
with the trolley.
Mr. Launder is on the job and getting
the crowds. He is making a success
out of the thing and people crowd
kthe house now very often?Laurens
Advertiser. Same thing here, neighbor.
. , \
Without the aid of the Salters,
splendid photographers, this issue of
The Herald and News would not nave
been a success. Finer pictures can;
not be taken than those produced by
j these artists.
Mr. Jno. C. Neel is hereby appointed
chairman, with Mr. W. E. "Wallace
as assistant, and empoweied to appoint
a committee of one from each
township, to swat the ground hog.
He is getting in too much of his bad
work. - v '
Another good thing about this "rain
that raiiieth every day," nearly, is
| that it is keeping the dust settled alI
right. This has been a dustless win|
ter, and the mud is sticking in Colj
lege street especially. "Wait till the
I dust rolls by."
| Anybody that would steal a road j
drag would make way with anything.
Someone borrowed Mr. W. G. Peterson's
drag without his knowledge. The
judge gays if the borrower will put
the drag back where he found it there
will be no questions asked.
| Mr. M. Ray Powers, State veterin-1
j arian, in charge of tick eradication in!
i this State, will have a representative
in Newberry on "the 15th of March.
Newberry has now been selected as
one of the counties in which this work
will be carried on.
Salters' photo gallery and art studio,
better known as the old reliable stand,
conducted by LeRoy A. and Miss Min!
nie M. Salter, is fixed to suit the pub!
lie now and is very conveniently sit
j uated with the ojce and reception rooni
1 downstairs. Drop in and see them.
Jeems Gary on Tuesday morning
j was sentenced by Recorder Barhardt
to pay a fine of $15 or serve 30 days,
; on the charge of transporting liquor
, contrary to law. Jeems got off light
" as he pleaded guilty and relieu upon
;! the mercy of the court Recorder Ear
hardt is a "just judge," who is firm
I yet fair in the discharge of his duty.
He gtades his fines in accordance
' with th? nature and circumstances of
the violations of law.
P. F. Baxter & Son and Caldwell &
Haltiwanger le?,d with a page each in
this special edition, followed by Summer
Bros., McHardy Mower, Ewart
| Perry Co., and E. D. Pearce, each with
a half page, i ne resi 01 me ?pei;i?u
advertising space is taken up with
quarter page ads by the following:
j Commercial hank, Savings banks, Ex|
change bank, Gilder & Weeks, E. M.
j Lane & Co., Mayes Book and Variety
Store, W. 0. Wilson, Wm. Johnson,
Purcell & Scott, J. M. Swindler and
HELP SUFFERING CHINA.
A Small Amount Will Save Human
Life?MiUions Starving for the *
Want of Bread.
? i ^ ? J -mr V 1 A
Un next sunaay, iviaixn iu, mi uucr
ing will be taken in all the churches
' for the famine relief fund in China, or
rather the envelopes will be distributed
in the churches on Sunday, and collected
the following Sunday. It is stated
that there are six hundred thousI
and families in China starving to!
| death. It is also stated that $1.00 will |
j provide for one person for one month,:
j and S3.00 will save a life, and $15.00
will save a family from starvation.
It should be a happy reflection for
the teacher and pupils of Central academy
that their contribution of $3.25
will save a human life from starvation.
A very small contribution from the
citizens in this land of plenty will J
saw from starvation these destitute
people. It is stated that three million
people in Central China are on the
verge of starvation, that last summer
tha worst floods in 40 years destroyed
the crops in an area of fifty thousand
Any contribution will be received at
The Herald and News or the Observer
office or by Dr. Cromer, treasurer of
the fund for this county, and acknowledged
in the papers and promptly
Sheriff >T. M. Buford Appoints Mr. T.
G. Williams and Mr. 0. H. Peterson.
Newberry, S. C., March 7, 1912.
Under authority of an act of the
general assembly, I have appointed as
rural policemen or deputy sheriffs for
Newberry county, Messrs. T. G. Williams
and 0. H. Peterson. I think
these men will do their duty, else I
would not have appointed them to this
responsible position. The appointment
of these men will give greater
protection and a greater sense of security,
especially to those citizens
living in the country, and most especially
to the women and children, who
j. ~ i~.fi. - a a r
inusi, oiieu. oe it?iL a.u uume uiuxic. j.
call upon all magistrates and constables
in the county, all police officers,
all good citizens, to give their hearty
aid and co-operation to these appointees
and to myself in the discharge of
our official duties so that law and order
may be preserved and peace and.
safety secured to all persons in all
sections of the county.
M. M. Buford,
snerin 01 .\ewoeny uouuij.
At the Theato.
"Little Red Riding Hood" will be j
presented at the Theato (old court!
house) tonight. This is a good picture
for the cliildren, so parents take
notice and bring them out tonight.
! Oji Friday afternoon and night '^Tom j
I . * ' J-1- << l .1 TI
I numo ana i.ne Autji xiaiu^ rvm? j
will be presented along with other!
good reels. Don't miss these perfor-1
mances, as they are well worth the |
price and time, and you are the loser j
if you stay away.
L Superintendent Jones Remembered, j
Laurens Advertiser, 6th.
In the auditorium of the city grad-i
ed school on Thursday morning of j
! .last week the pupils of the ninth i
| grade and Miss Creighton gave the'
; school one of the most distinct sur- j
I prises of the session. Havne Taylor,]
1 as spokesman, stepped to the rostrum:
; with a mysterious looking package,!
! which proved to be a handsome sepia J
j of the superintendent. In behalf of1
his grade he said that they desired to
present the picture to the school as a
mark of appreciation of his efforts to
I utru.utily nit* Dtnuui * - ?
.works of art; and too, they believed
in honoring the living as well as the
I From the volume ol' cheers that the
pupils sent forth no one could doubt
but that the action of the ninth grade
was warmly seconded, and the gift
Mr. Jones expressed his surprise
and appreciation in a few well chosen
words and on behalf of the school accepted
SUPERVISORS OF REGISTRATION, f
; Gov. Blease Wakes Appointment for r
Newberry County?Only One of s
Old Hoard Retained. t
I Governor Bl-ease on Monday rp!
pointed the following supervisors of
registration for Newberry county: E. ^
l Lee Hayes, Gregg C. Evans and C. E.
The representatives from Newberry
j county recommended the present
, board, which is as follows: W. W. Ris- j1
I er, R. C. Sligh, and C. E. Wheeler. It r
! will be seen that Governor Blease re- v
tained on the board only one of the e
i present board, Mr. C. E. Wheeler. 1:
VOTING PRECINCTS. 1
Several >"ew Ones Added I>y Last Leg
islature?There Are Sow Twen- 1
At the recent session of the legisla- 11
ture several voting precincts were added
for dewberry county. In order j 11
that the people may know just where
the voting precincts are, The Terald ^
and News prints the list as copied 1
e ? 0
from tne act passea. ui course, una i
refers to the general election. d
The following is the list:
Court house. j 1
Newberry Cotton mills.
Mollohon Cotton mills.
Oakland Cotton mills. c
j Maybinton. 0
Whitmire. % ja
Beth Eden. i 0
i Tnlnna. | ^
Cook's mill. 2
j Jolly Street.
Central school house.
| Walton. j"
Mt. Bethel. ^
Little Mountain. 1
Garmany academy. e
? State Liquor Gauger. I
! According to an act of the recent ^
: general assembly, ceating the office ^
of State dispensary gauger, Mr. W. 1
! McB. Sloan, of Columbia, was Tues- t
day appointed by the governor State c
i gauger. Mr. Slcan has been gauger |s
for the dispensaries of Richland coun-j *
j ty and accordingly is well fitted for the
! work of the office.
The new law, created by the recent
! general assembly, provides that thej *
j governor shall appoint a special gaug- j
j er to inspect, gauge and examine all j (
i liquors and win-ss bought and sold by
the dispensaries of the State. It provides
that the gauger shall have passed
a civil service examination and J
have experience in gauging for the
United States government. The guag- *
er will receive $1,800 a year, which
; shall be paid by the various county (i
dispensaries in proportion to their rej
spective profits. The gauger's term j(;
nf is nno vear unless he be re-i
! moved bv the governor. *
| * _ ? - 1
Johnstone to Rim Again?
| Columbia ctir. Xews and Courier, 5th. ^
Senator Alau Job'nstone, of Newberry
county, has served four years and f
is being urged to run again. Senator
Johnston-e is one of the most active ^
Workers of the senate, and one in
whose good sense and judgment every j ^
one has the utmost confidence. He is;
the chairman of the board of trustees j ^
of Clemson college, and his friends
are hoping that he will stand for re- _
election, and those from Newberry r
who know say there is no doubt but
that he can come back if he only con- 4
sents to run.
Meteorological Record, February, 1912.
Mean maximum 52.3. *
Mean minimum 29.6.
Maximum 71; date 20 and 26. :
Minimum 15; date 5th. j
Greatest daily range 32.
!- Total 7.18 inches.
Greatest in 24 hours 2.50; date 15th.,
Total snow 10.00 inches.
Number of days with .01 inch or j
more precipitation 10; clear 8, fair 11, j
cloudy 10, killing frost 5, 6, 7, 8, 2S. j
; Cold, wet month.
W. G. Peterson,
Dr caIKOII Cofiir/^ov
Th-ere will be a game of baseball on
I the college diamond Saturday after-,'
. noon at 4 o'clock -between the college ^ 1
' team and a select team from the town, j
| The boys have been practicing hard
or the past several weeks, and are in
ine shape and a good exhibition of the
lationa! game may be expected. The
mall admission fee of 15 cents will
ie charged. Ladies admitted free.
FREE IF IT FAILS*
four Money Back ii You Are >ol Satisfied
With the Medicine >Ve Kec- t
We are so positive that our remedy
vili permanently relieve constipation,;
1- ^v?,, 1 f moV Ko tVl Q t
io mauer nuw umuun, ?*, *""..7 u*., muv
ve offer to furnish the medicine at our
xpense should it fail to produce satsfactory
It is worse than useless to attempt
o cure constipation with cathartic
[rugs. Laxatives or cathartics do
auch harm. They cause a reaction,
rritate, and weaken th-e bowels and j
end fn make ronstiDation more chron
^ Besides, their use becomes a hy.bi
ihat is dangerous.
Constipation is caused by a weakess
of the nerves and muscks of the
ar.^e intestine or descending co^l
'o expect permanent relief you m.ict
here fo'e tone up and strengthen these
r^ai? and restore them to healthier j
We want yo uto try R??xal! Ctileries
on our recommendation. They are !
xce-edingly pleasant to take, being,
aten like candy, and are ideal for)
hildren, delicate persons, and old j
oiks, as well as for the robust. They |
ct directly on the nerves and muscles i
f the bowels. They apparently have!
. neutral action on other associate;
TVvA-n /1a r>nf rvnTQ
'Igcllia UI" glaXJLUO. UU J-?W I, yujgv, I
ause -excessive looseness, nor create
.ny inconvenience whatever. They
nay l>e taken at any time, day or
Light. They will positively relieve j
:hronic or habitual constipation, if not
>f surgical v&riety, and the myriads of
issociate or dependent chronic ailnents,
if taken with regularity for a
easonable length of time. 12 tablets, j
0 cents; 36 tablets, 25 cents; 80 tab-}
ets. 50 cents. Sold in Newberry only i
it our store?The Rexall Store. Oilier
FOWN AND TOWNSHIP BOARDS OF
ASEESSORS FOR 1911 AND 1912.
The following members of the Town
tnd Township Boards of Assessors are
lereby notified that a meeting of this
>ody will be beld in the office of the
j/UUIlLJ' AUUlLUf UI1 1 IlUi BU&jr, Afiaivu |
.4, 1912, at 11 o'clock a. nL This meet-j
ng is called, for the purpose of at- j
ending to all necessary business in
:onnection with fair and equal aaiess-ments
of personal ^property for ,
his fiscal year, 1912:
City of Newberry?Jno. A. Senn, j
)tto Klettner, L. W. Floyd.
Township No. 1, County?Jno. C. j
seel, S. P. McCrackin, G. McD. Sligh. j
V* O T T TJ "Dr/\wn !
JLvJWliaUlp ~ u. CI. XX. V T? ii,
"has. S. Suber, J. D. Nance.
Township No. 3?E. L. Glymph, Job
I. Ringer, B. H. Maybin.
Town of Whitmire?David Duncan,'
fno. H, Hipp, P. B. O'Dell.
Township No. 4, County?Z. H. Subr,
Jas. C. Duncan, Safti W. Derrick.
Township No. 5?Geo. C. Glasgow,
Jeo. A. Epting, Jno. W. Smith.
Township No 6?J. Will Wilson, L. |
j. Pitts, M. M. Livingstone.
Township No. 7?A. P. Coleman, P.
f. Boozer, Jno. W. Sanders.
Township No. 8?H. 0. Long, J. M. j
Cichols, W. H. Long.
Town of Prosperity?E. W. Werts,:
V. T. Gibson, A. H. Hawkins.
Township No. 9, County?.T. Pierce
Tor-mnn 73 P T.f?ri2" L S. LonS".
1U1UJLVU) av. W
Town of Little Mountain?Joe. B. i
)errick, A. X. Boland, J. E. Shealy.
Township Xo. 10?Adam L. Aull, D. j
Cook, W. B. Boinest
Township Xo. 11?R. H. Hipp, Perry
lalfacre, Felix A. Graham.
The above members of the boards |
.re expected to be present at the'
neeting the 14th inst.
EUG. S. WERTS,
-8-2L County Auditor, j
Dne Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for less
than 25 cents.
tew line ladies' collars. Andersou 10c. |
"Tim ArmivnrrAV rfffi i P2;CA
r r if hit iii 1^1 lw o l * u*wv j
Buff Orpingtons exclusively, and my j
eggs are from fine, large birds. I j
sell you fresh eggs at only $1.00 per j
15. H. S. Boozer, Newberry, S. C.,j
1935 Harrington St.
tVere your clothes streaked with blue j
this week?. Use Roerer's Blue Nap
tha Soap. Blning in it. Large caRe oc.;
Anderson 10c. Store.
"OR RENT?One or two furnished |
rooms with "bath attached. Apply
to 1710 College street. * 3-5-2tj
(Corrected by Nat Gist).
Strict good middling 10%
Good middling 10%
Strict middling 10^4
(T3y KoDt. mcu. iioimesj.
Strict good middling 10*?
Good middling 19%
Strict middling 10%
(By Summer Bros. Co.)
Cotton s e(f! 28*?
Cotton seed 31
Cotton 10 7-16
Cotton seed 27*&
Cotton seed 25%
Cotton Seed 3?
Cotton seed 27
Cotton seed' 27
Easter post cards. Anderson 10c. Store.
STALL FED BEEF AND TENNESSEE
PORK, with other fresh meats
of all kinds, to be had at all times
cheap. Telephone 320, or call on
E. C. Bedenbaugh & Co., 932 Main
0U w w
"Boerer's^ Bine >vaptha Soap. Use no
billing, no more streaked clothes or 1
table linen. Large size cake 5c. Anderson
>'OTICE?1,000 bushels of pure King
t;uuuii seeu, wicu. rrm wyvna
bloom, for saLe at 2 cents per pound
at home; 2 1-2 cents f. o. b. Chappells,
in 10-bushel lots, or more. J.
S. Dominick, Chappells, S. C.
Toilet soap, new shipment Anderson
FOR SALE?Pine Jersey cow, cheap.
Nine 37ears old. R. H. Greneker,
FOB RENT?A four-room cottage in
Cline street., P. F. Baxter & Son.
3-1-tf. - ' '
TABLE BOABDEBS IfAKTED?Four
persons can be accommodated with
furnished rooms, hot and cold water
and electric lights. Apply to Mre.
E. L. Baitea, 1326 College street
SALE?1,000 bales of meais
grass hay, two International pull
power mounted and unmounted
presses, five head mules, three head
horses, two two-hors-e wagons, two
60-saw gin feeders and condensers,
one self-packing cotton press, one
12-horse Tozer engine, one No. 1
DeLoach saw mill and outfit Everything
in good shape; some barely
used at all. Apply Hugh Hendersen,
Blairs, S. C., No. L - *1
2-20-tf ~ S
I 1VILL BE AT POMARIA every Wednesday,
and at Chappells every
Friday afternoon. Cures guaranteed
in all curable cases. Examination
free. J. W. Sharp,'Veterinary surgeon.
ROOMS TO REXT CHEAP?I have 3
or 4 nice rooms to rent to party
without small children. Two blocks
from square. 1309 College street,
Newberry, S. C. Write D. M. Wells,
Hendersonville, N. C. 2-6-tf
A>'Y ONE desiring a Singer sewing
machine, terms cash or credit, can
get one Dy caning on j. u aampits.
JFST arrived, a carload of heart and
sap shingles. Langford & Bu*hardt
MONEY TO LEND?Money to lend on
real estate. Long time and easy
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter.
W. G. HOUSE AL, 3f. I>.
Residence Phone 36.
Office Phone 89.
J. B. SETZLER, 31. D.
Residence Phone 853.
Office Phone S9.
Work delivered on .short
notice. Shop in front of Guy
Brown's stable. S. K. Boukmght 6
THE SALTER HOtfE PLACE at Hel
ena for rent on March 1st. Nineroom
house and an acre of yard and
garden. Plenty of fruit trees. Apply
at either of Salters' Studios.