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BECKY ANN JONES" VISITS <3>
Mrs. Ethel Thomas in Wadeshoro, <?>
<S> >. Messenger and In- 3>
3> telligencer. <?
Well, I've had a vacation. Tuck
a week "off" an spent the time in
Newberry, South Carolina, where we
movtru frum about 18 months ago.
I wuz plum peterfied. with aston
ishment when I seen the many improvement
that has been made since
me an Jeems left there. Willowbrook
park in the centre of the Newberry
Cotton Mill village, is actilly the purtiest
si>ot I ever lade ize on. It ort
to be called Eden. Many a "Adam"
finds his "Eve" thare, but the "sarpent"
haint never left his trale thare
yit, an that park wuz opened jest three
?- * ??"i- 1:1
rue piace iooks u^e mue uc ten
yere old, judging from the size an
bewtv of the evergreens, weepin wilIers,
rose bowers and bewti-ful grove
of mock orange treze. At nite the
place is lit up by hundreds of red,
white and blue 'lectric lites all fixed;
up in fancy patterns, swinging in I
graceful loops the full length of the j
park an twinklin about among' the;
treze. Thare ain't a place nowhare !
fur a feller to stele a kiss, or git a ga] I
ii J. _ .r 1
vutum siut; ui iier uiuiuci.
The band stand is rite close up to
the skatin rink, an on Saturday an
Tuesday nites the Newberry mill band,
one of the finest in the hull State, entertains
the hundreds of peepil that j
gather, with the purtiest musick ever.!
This band played fur Taft in Augusta,;
As I wuz a saj^n, thare ain't no- i
whare ner no place fur the "sarpant"
to enter. Thare's so much fun
an rale good holesome amusements!
goin on, an pepil air so full of re- j
joicing an thankfulness fur that park, j
that thay don't have no time fur un-!
worthy thoughts an deeds.
Then, too, Mr. Zack Wright, the
mill president, Mr. J. M. Davis the
superintendent, the promoters of the
park, Mr. W. H. Hardeman, the weave
Toom overseer, and other officials with
taa-re iauiuie*>, aai a-neia nut; uuic, ,
fcelpin to entertain the crowds that I
cum from all parts of the city to enjoy
I can't begin to tell all the things ]
4hat air thare, fur I don't no what to (
call em. But thare air plenty of nice j;
6eets, rustic an other kinds, an swings i ]
fur babies, fixed so thay can't fall out, <
swings of all sizes fur grown folks an (
children, joggin boards, merry wid- s
ders,. see-saws, mcrry-o-rounds, an two t
"skoot-the-shoots." I ?
Them "shoot-the-shoots" air great i
big long flat bottom tin lined boxes SO j t
feet long, or mor, jest wide enough t
to set it. One end is away up in \
the a*ir 15 or 20 feet hi an the other a
end is about a foot from the ground
an sorter curved up. Well, you go up I
a stairway to the hi end, set down in s
that box an turn loose, an you'll skoot I
down that thing samer than greezed t
lightning, an land on yore feet with- s
out a jar. ~ ? v
C jest no it's about the best furi ii
goi'n. How do I no. Well I no because
I tried it! Me an severil la- S
dies went down thare one evening, an n
won of em wuz jest as full of mis- F
- chief as a dorg is of fleeze. Thare j wertn't
nobody but wounds down thare 1
an tluit old woman?she wuz the old- ^
est woa. in the crowd?shot down that s
"shoot-the-shoot" an dared the rest of h
us to follow. Now, I never cud stand n
f a T\/\ anf n r* t V? q y? r\<?> t* n'lirr f llQ P
hj uc uui urn, a.11 lxit; icoi- ?? u<< ill cut | ?
same fix. Won bi won, with flutterin ! e<
harts an inward fere, but outwardly; tl
cam as a day in June, we all climed tl
them stares, tuck a seet, tucked our a
sky.jts down mitoy pertickler, tuck a a
long breth, breathed a prayer that we ft
mite not change persitions as we a
made the "shoot," an that President t<
Wright woodn't walk around that way it
durin the performance. Then we turn- b
ed loose an lit on the ground before b
we had time to screech. An bless
? - -ii ~-e tl
ratty: we iiKea it so wen same 01 ub like
to wore the back bredth of our n
skyrts out! tl
I just wonder why don't ever mill fl
fcave some kind of a place fur the a
amusement of the operatives. Old
Solomon node what he wuz a talkin o
about when he sed "all wurk an no L
o'ay makes Jack a dull boy." i guess P
fir them daze the gals didn't work, or
old Solomon woodn't a sed the same d
fur "Jennie." h
Now. wood a little' play ground fur ^
South "Wadesboro be jest grand: nit :
don't cost much to fix up swings an n
sich, an I believe ever woman in K
Wadesboro wood set put a rose bush J
or tree, an help Mr. Charlie Burns to ^
get a place like that fixed up. A
keeper of the park wouldn't cost so 5<
powerful much, an the improved health
spi-'itfc oi ihe ox c-nttives woe a ?
j me feel like doin more an better work;
so. after all, t-vcii if money was the
only consideration, it wood pay a big
diverdend in dollers an cents, to the
mill owners. ' Ever mill that lias ever
| iriae sicii sez it pa.vt). 11 n p^ze
| whare, it'll pay here, an I do hope it
' won't be long till South Wadesboro
! has a good nice large church, a nice
play ground where they can have picnics
an ice cream suppers an sich,
| an then we'll work fur other improve|
Who will give two, three or fore
' akers of land for a park fur Wadesboro?
And then wouldn't evervbodv
enjoy fixin it up? My! Do you
think I'm about to go crazy over Willowbrook
park? Xo, I ain't nuther, but
! it makes me mitey ni crazy cause ev;
ery town?especially Wadesboro?
hasn't got one jest as purty, when its
Well, I seen a good many old Tar
Heels in Newberry. I shore wuz plez'ed
to git a invite to supper won nite
| at Mr, an Mrs. Doc Hartsell's. Mr.
I Hardsell used to run the Baucon mill
an lots of peepil will be glad to no
j that him an his fambley air doin w*ell,
an all in good helth. Mr. Doc is a
brother of the Rev. J. W. Hartsell, of
Cameron. If any of his old frends
want to write to him, his address is
414 wrignt sr., :\ewt>erry, s. u.
Thare's a Tar Heel preacher installed
in O'Neall Street Methodist parsonage,
that is a live wire. He is "five
feet an sixteen inches hi, an every
inch is God's man," he sez. His name
is Rev. A. M. Gardner. He wuz born
neer Long Pine, in Anson county, in
a saw mill camp, an is a half brother
to the Mr. Gardner, who wuz in the
mill business with J. F. Thomas, at
Morven, some time ago.
Every denomination in Newberry
loves Mr. and Mrs. Gardner, and I
hain't never seen a church cum out
like his'n has since he's bin thare. She
wuz a Davis, an cum frum Anson too,
I wuz thare to preechin on Sunday j
nite, an he had a kind of a preliminary ;
sax vice, in which i tninK more n a i
hundred peepil recited varces of J
scripture: jest as fast as won wood
stop, another wood start. I never seen
nuthin like it before. It wern't no f
wonder Mr. Gardner handed out sich a j
hartfelt an sole stirin sarmont atter
sich a response as that.
I also had the plezyure of bein in- j
vited to a entertainment on Fridayj
tiite given by class Xo. 11, the men's
ilass, of that same O'Xeall Street |
iictKuui; l oniiua.) gv;xiuui. .\U?' SUHit;- j
tody's goin to gasp for breth, when I:
?ay that thare air 100 members in that j
)lass all grown men, some of em gray,!
;um even baldhedded, I reckin, an if
hay ain't it ain't cause they ain't old
?nuff. Well that class, every one wuz j
o axe somebody, that weren't a mem)er
of the Sunday skule, an wuz also
o trert the hull skule to ice creem !
vhich thav done. Thay had some fine
iddresses too. j,
The class is taught by Mr. Archie 1
tanknight, a young man that is still ;
ingle an leep year neerlv haf gone! ,
J '4. 1 J I
uuu l xvuuv* ?uau Liiciii gcUS aown
hare mean by lettin him trot in! j
ingle harness fur I am shore he wood ,
\-ork double all right, an pull more'n <
tis half of the wagon. }
I went to the Baptist church to ]
lunday skule an preachin Sunday \
lornin. au shore injoyed it. The t
'hilathea class plum fills up its room <
-nor a seet empty an no room lur
lore! It ain't no little room, nuther. ii
[r. J. M. Davis, the Newberry mill' c
uperintendent, teaches this class, an t
e farely preched a sarmont that \
lornin. The lesson wuz about Dives c
n Lazrus. Mr. Davis is a hilv edicat- a
i man, a well red man, an a deep \
linker; he told his class that mornin'!
lat he didn't understand that lesson,
n couldn't believe it like the Protest- s
n church had it fixed up. He sed I
lr won thing he didn't believe heven s
21 hell wuz in site an speekin dis- c
mce of each other, an didn't see how j ?
wuz possible for pepil in heaven to a
e liapy if sich wuz true. An he didn't ?
eleve Dives an Abraham spoke to
ach other. He sed he beleved that' t
iat scripture had a deeper grander I
lean in than had been accorded it, but i
iat his ideas wuz so diffrunt to what ^
le lesson helps taught, he would not 1
dvance em to us.
But he made a fine talk on the need 2
f bein prepared for deth, an sed (
azanis wuz the rich man, an Dives ore.
Mrs. Hyla Knight Thomas, is presi- c
ent of this flourishing class. Wades- ?
oro will recommember her as Mr. 1
:illy Knight's widder. She is now m-? 15
v. .Teems' darter-in-law, an we air 1
litey proud of her an our boy Cecil.,1
ryler sed she won't never furgit Mr. o
ohn Gulledge's kindness an help I
'hen Mr. Knight wuz sick.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wesson nnr
Dn-in-law an darter, has got the fin- s
st little boy that ever sed "gamina." r
;ver time he called me that, I run to .:
the glass to see if I wuz gray, an felt
' j of my back to sec if it hurt an pado
' i per tickler notice to see if I wuz roo'
maticky; but somehow or other I jest
' can't feel old to save my life.
I used to have fur away visions of
gittin old in a graceful, happy way,
an cud see myself settin in a low rocker
in a corner by the fire, an knittin
jStockins fur my grandchildren. But
sumhow them visions don't git no
j closer, specially when T think how T
jshot down that "shoot-the-snoot!"
1 Then, stocking air too cheep to waste
time a knittin. I'd ruther croshay hand
bags an belts an jabbos an sich like.
I Mr. and Mrs. Will Thomas, more
Tar Hels, air well known in Anson
county an peepil will be glad to no
Ithay air doin wen an air jest as aevI
i lish as ever. Mrs. Will is sister to the
"Burns Brothers" who run a grocer
store here. Thay've got a little fore
year old gal that cum to thare house
10 yere atter they thought the stork
had quit comin. Thay got jest one
[more, a boy 14 yere old. Two boys,
older, air ded.
Mr. Joe Carter, a young feller that's
I been studyin severe! yere to be a
1 preecher, tuck a notion to practice
i abein a husband an he left Newberry
j Saturday fur Gastonia, where he wuz
J going to marry on Tuesday. Joe had
his house all fixed up, an reddy fur
his bride I think, an I reckin thay air
back in Newberry by now, gittin acquainted
with each other.
Mr. D. H. Thompson an wife, an
Mrs. Sophia Darby, also Tar Heels,
from Stanly county, are in Newberry,
K T\ T * ? .iMI
j an aom wen. jyirs. uarov is acuixy
the hapiest Christian woman I ever
cecn. I spent some time with her, an
feit a lot better fur it.
Well, I ain't tellin you much of the;
funny part of my visit in this piece, i
'Maybe I'll tell you about some of the
scrapes I got into later 011.
| I wuz powerful upsot when I got;
up here to Russellville on my way |
back, an hearn somebody say a frate j
trflTlo 1 iL-tr> o run nvo? Taomc T1 Vioir
V.V U A UXi V ' VI V_ v_ lilvJ. x UV/J
sed for two or three daze he had been I
flaggin down ever trane, frates an all, I
up here summers about the furniture >
facktery, an axin the crew if I wuz
Pore feller, frum the looks of i
things at home, I ain't a wonderin!
that he wanted to- see me. He an!
Benjermin Franklin had been a bachin,
an had tride to go a hull week
without sweepin, dustin or washin
dished! But I'd better draw the curtain,
RICHESOX TO DIE
FOR KILLING GIRL ;
Foss Withholds Clemency From For- j
mer Preacher?Accountable for
Boston, Mass., May 16.?Clarence V. j
T. Richeson s last hope of escaping j
the death chair next week for the I
murder of Avis Linnell, of Hyannis, <
expired tonight when Gov. Foss an- i
nounced that he would not refer J
Richeson's petition for commutation '
of sentence to the' executive council.
The statement from the governor f
followed closely the filing of the re- j
ports to the special insanity commis- j
>ion which declared the condemned |
nan sane, although subject to fits ofj.
ivsterical insanity. The commissi j ^
'ound that Richeson was sane at the;
:ime of the murder and that he is | f
>ane at present. i j
In the death chamber at Charles-1
own the prisoner has borne himself j j.
:alrnly since he was transferred from j ^
he Charles street jail Tuesday. It! j.
vas apparent that he still hoped that j jilemency
would be extended to him, i jmd
it was believed today this alone 1
vas keeping up his spirits. j
T? n "XAnrnffp.
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The statement issued by Gov. Foss
ihows that the alienists found that: ,
licheson's family was afflicted very! ^
generally with insanity and that the ^
:ondemned man himself is a neurotic, ^
l somnambulist, and a neurasthenic
md subject to hysterical insanity. The i
itatement follows: . t
"Executive clemency will not be ex- i
ended in the case of Clarence V. T. I
^icheson. The prisoner was sentenced! I
ipon his own confession for a crime!
it o nr\nn 1 a f n f r? r* tf l
>\ iin 11 n liiipuooiuiv: mat any
lormal man could commit. ! ^
"After his confession and sentence:
l plea of insanity was set up by his ! ^
counsel and strongly supported by af-1 .
idavits extending over his life. The ^
:haracter of those affidavits loft no ^
>ther course for the governor than to j
submit these and the prisoner himself'^,
o an examination by our leading ^
ilienists. in order to protect the com- ; a
nonwealth from the charges that the j
nan was actually insane when the, r
[eed was committed as well as at the |
>resent time. i ^
Of Emotional Natnre.
'"The evidence shows that Riche-1
on's family is heavily afflicted with j
nsanity; that lie himselt is a neuro-, <
ic, a somnambulist and a neurasthe- j
; nie; that, he is subject to extreme -mo|
tional disturbances, marked by loss of
j memory, which two alienists have
: diagnosed as hysterical insanity, one
physician adding the alternative as
hysterical delirium and the majority
nniriinri inr1ir>a thnt the attacks are
I hysterical attacks marked by emo:
tional disturbances of brief dufation,
! with loss of memory during the attack
'and for a varying period following it.
"The evidence, however, while
clearly revealing these attacks, indi-:
i cates that his crime was not commit!
ted by him during such an attack.
Accountable for Crime.
"Therefore, while there is some diI
vergency of opinion among the alienists
as to whether these attacks in- \
dicate actual insanity, there is siiffi-!
j cient ground for the conclusion that
I bp anfnn71 tphit* fr>r hie r*rimo 11 11 rl
that the exercise of executive clemency
in this instance wouid be contrary
to the public good.
"The affidavits and medical advices
as to Richeson's unfavorable heredity,
his lapses of consciousness and his
attacks of delirium are too \olumin-:
jous to include in this statement and
nnt siiit.Arl for Hrm
"The alienists referred to are Dr.
Edw. B. Lane and Dr. Isador Coritat,
acting for the defense; Dr. L. Vernon
Briggs, acting at the personal lequest
of the governor; and Drs. ilamy II.
Steedman, Georke T. Tuttle and Henry
P. Frost, acting as a commission for j
imam m ui tai i tjr
Infant mortality is the most sensl- :
tive Index we possess of social welfare
of sanitary administration, espe- j
cially under urban conditions. A heavy j
Infant mortality implies a heavier j'
death rate up to five years of age; |
and right up to adult life the districts
suffering from a heavy child mortality
have higher death rates than the districts
whose infant mortality is low.?
Neusholme in the National Food Maga- i
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Notice is hereby gitf&n that we, the j
Jury Commissioners for Newberry j (
County, S. C., will on the 24th day oft.
May, 1912, at 9 o'clock a. m., in the :
office of the Clerk of Court for said
County, openly and publicly draw the ^
names of 36 men who shall serve as
petit jurors at the Court of General '
Sessions, which will convene at New- 6
berry, S. C., June 10, 1912.
Jno. L. Edds.
Eug. S. Werts,
Jno. C. Goggans,
Jury Commissioners for Newberry ' <
County, S. C.
May 13. 1912. 1
LESS BOWEL TROUBLE :
Newberry people have found out j f
that A SINGLE DOSE of simple buck- .1 ,
thorn bark, glycerine, etc., as com- j *
pounded in Adler-i-ka, the German ap-1 *
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Columbia, Xewberry & Lauren* R. B. ^
Schedule in effect October 6, 1910 s
Subject to change without notice >
ichedulea indicated are not guaran- e
A. C. L. 52. 53. t:
u\. Charleston 6.10am lO.OOpcc e
^v. Sumter 9.41am 6.20pm ti
a. N. & L e
-v. Columbia 11.15am 4.55pn>
>v. Prosperity 12.42pm 3.34pn
,v. Newberry 12.56pm 3.20pm
jV. Clinton 1.50pm 2.35pnjV.
Laurens 2.35pm 2.12prr |
C. & W. C. I
ir. Greenville. . .. 4.00pm 12.20piL , d
it. Spartanburg. .. 4.05pm 12.20pn: !
S. A. L ,!ti
ir Ahhpvillo 3 Krinm 1 02r>TT
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ir. Greenwood.. .. 3.27pm 1.33pm !a
ir. Athens 6.05pm 10.30am ! E
it. Atlanta 8.45pm 8.00am j
A C. L. 54 55. | I
,v. Colombia.... .. 5.00pm 11.35a"n
.v. Prosperity 6 26pm 9.50am J
.v. Newberry 6.44pm 9.32*m j
.v. Clinton 7.35pm 8.44an !
>v. Laurens 7.55pm 8.20<im
C. ft w. c.
ir. Greenville 9 "Gpm 7 00am j
n* Greenwood.-. . 2.28am 2.3Sara |j
kr. Abbeville 2.56am 2.08aKi I
Lr. Athens 5.04am 11 59p <j n
k.r. Atlanta 7.15am 9.55p?n
Nos. 52 and 53 arrive and d?nart &
rom T'nfon Station. Columbia. daily.:"
nd run through betwepn Charleston [ ^
nd Greenville. ?
VoR. 54 and &t> arrive and depart
rprvai? ctropr <'MIVM, 1 ! >
ept Sunday, and run through he I j
w^en Columbia and Greenville. j t
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The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop College
and for the admission of new
students will be held at the County
Court House on Friday, July 5, at 9
a. in. Applicants must be not less than
n years of aec. When scholarships
are vacant after July 5 they will be
awarded to those making the highest
average at this examination, provided
they meet the conditions governing the
award. Applicants for scholarships
should write to President Johnson be
fore the examination for Scholarship
Scholarships are worth $100 and
free tuition. The next session will
open September 18, 1912. For further
information and catalogue, address
President D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill,
S. C. .
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BANKRUPT SALE OF REAL ESTATE
In the District Court of the United
States, for the Western District of
Ex parte, Miss Bertha Wadsley, Pelitioner,
in the matter of Miss Nannie
L Simpson, Bankrupt.
DECREE OF SALE.
By virtue of a decree in bankruptcy
n the above matter notice is hereby
jiven that I will sell on the first Monlay
in June, it being the 3rd day of
rune, 1912.- before the court house
loor in the town and county o? New- .
>errv, S. C., at 11.30 o'clock a. m., the
ollowing described real estate, to-wit:
Hi that lot or parcel of land with
milding thereon situate, lying and beng
in the town of Prosperity, county
if Newberry, and State of South Caroina,
containing one acre, more or less,
nd bounded on the ^orth by Washingon
street, and on the east by other
iroperty of the said Miss Nannie J.
Simpson and on the south by lands
f tne estate of Mrs. Jtiosa Duncan, and
n the west by McNary street, the
ame being the former home of Miss ;
:annie J. Simpson. The said prop-.
rty will be sold for cash to the highst
bidder for the purpose of paying ;
be mortgage indebtedness as providd
for in the decree in the above mater.
Terms of sale, cash, the purchasr
paying for the papers.
J. E. CRYMES,
Trustee in Bankruptcy.
Greenwood, S. C. V 1
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NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
j Notice is hereby given that the un'
dersigned will make final settlement of<
j the estate of Elizabeth Schumpert in
j the Probate Court of Newberry CounI
ty, South Carolina, on June 15, 1912.
| at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, and will
immediately thereafter apply for a
final discharge as executor.. All per
forts holding claims against said estate
' will present the same, proved accord!
ing to law, and all persons indebted to
said estate will make settlement forthwith.
J. A. FOY,
Executor of the Last Will and Testament
A Elizabeth Schumpert. j
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Milling-Moore Mercantile company, a
corporation, Plaintiff, against Tom
Kinner, Defendant By
an order of the court herein, I
will sell to the highest bidder, before
the Court House at Newberry, S. C.,
during the legal hours of.sale, on ^
j Monday, salesday, Jane 3,1912, the iol- J
! lowing described property, to wit: ^
! All that certain lot or parcel of
land, situate in Newberry County,
State of South Carolina, containing 69
feet by 200 feet, and adjoining lands
of Z. H. Suber, the church lot and others;
being the same land conveyed to
Tom Kinner by A. J. Gallman.
Terms of sale cash. The purchaser 4
to pay for papers. If the purchaser
fails to comply with the terms of said
sale ,the said premises will be resold
at his risk on the same date.
H. H. RIKARD,
J.UOSI.CI LUL ?*CW L/Ci X j o. V/.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, '
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By Frank M. Schumpert, Esquire, Probate
WHEREAS, Mrs. Ida B. Dickert
made suit to me to grant her letters ol
administration of the estate of and
effects of W. T. Dickert,
THESE ARE THEREFORE to cite
and admonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said W. T.
"HiVlfArt norpflSPH that thpv hp and an
pear before me, in the Court of J?robate,
to be held at Newberry, S. C.f on
the 27th day of May next after publication
thereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any they
have, why the said administration
should not be granted.
GIVEN under my hand, this 8th day
of May, Anno Domini 1912.
FRANK M. SCHUMPERT.
J. P. N. C.
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