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The Movements of Many People, >"ew-;
berrians, and Those >Vlio Visit
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Mr. VV. f. aniliu, uj. uieeuvmc, iool.
week visited his son, Mr. G. C. Smith.
Mr. Tabor Hill went to Xewberry
today.?Greenwood Journal, 20th.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Morris are
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visiting in Aewoenj.?ui wuwuuu, j
Miss Drucie Cromer has returned
from Bennettsville for the summer,
accompanied by Miss Carolyn jucuoii. ;
Mrs. 0. W. Leonard is visiting her
sister, Mrs. 0. B. Mayer, in Newberry.?Spartanburg
Mr. Lewis Henderson, of Blairs,
was a Sunday visitor in the city.?
Clinton Chronicle, lJKh.
Miss Man* Perrin left Saturday to
visit friends in Newberry.?Abbeville
Dr. 0. A. Matthews returned yes
terday from Newberry.?Fee Dee Advocate,
E. H. Bowman, of Newberry, was a
guest at the Tmperial yesterday.?The
Drs. E. H. Kibler and E. E. Stuck
'will meet with the State Dental association,
in session on Isle of Palms.
Mrs. S. E. Broaddus has returned
from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. W.
B. Saunders, at Pine Bluff, Ark.
Mr. Vernon Fellers, of Columbia,
'spent Sunday with relatives in Newberry.
Miss Mary Leonhirth, of H-elena,
is visiting her brother, Mr. Luther
J. L-eonhirtn, in Sumter.
Prof, and Mrs. B. H. Johnstone, of
Clemson, are visiting at the home of
Miss S.allie Johnstone.
J. B. Mayes, the "variety man" is
offering some specials for Chautauqua
"week. Read his advertisement.
Mr. F. M. Hough, lately at Summer
Bros.' garage has gone to Columbia
in the same line of business.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lorick are re^
. xeiving congratulations on the birth
of a little daughter, who will be callled
Mildred.?-Augusta Chronicle, 22nd.
Miss Belle Epting, of Newberry, S.
C., is the attractive guest of (Mrs. H.
. Lorick in Green street.?Augusta
>Mr. Alan Johnstone, Jr., has return4
?d from Cambridge, 'Mass., where he
attended the Harvard law school the
Miss Bessie Coppock, who taught
in the city schools here last session
is now in Greenville visiting friends.
?-Spartanburg Journal, 20th.
Pretty and gay visitors to Newberry
from Edg?field this week are Misses
Julia Folk and Mary Talbert.?Edge
field Chronicle, lyth.
(Miss Cora Griffin is visiting her unfile,
Mr. Will MoSwain, of Newberry.
?Cross Hill cor., Laurensville Herald,
Mr. Oliver Havird of Xewb-erry was
in the city Saturday and saw the
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game or oau oeiweeu i\cwueny ?uu
Watts.?Laurensville Herald, 20th.
Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Bowen, of Kinards,
were in the city Tuesday. Mr.
Bowen is pastor of the Kinard and
Bush River churches.
IMr. Jeff B. Amick, of Newberry,
tormerly a citizen of Lexington, spent
few days in town this week.?Lexington
Mrs. P. B. Asbill and her cousin,
$Hss Loula Lominack, are visiting relatives
and friends in Charleston and
Messrs. E. E. Williamson and J.
T. Digby and son were at the Shrinks
gathering, Isle of Palms, last
veek, in addition to those from Newberry
Annie Williams, daughter of Mr.
^and Mrs. R. C. Williams, left yesterday
to spend several weeks with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Shelley, at 14 east Calhoun street, in
Sumter.?The State, 21st.
Mrs. [Margaret Day leaves Tuesday
Atlanta to visit her daughters,
f: C: Stewart, and iMrs. Carl
-Marxin, after which sh-e will go to
'.Birmingham on a visit to 'her son,
^ftlr. Frank Day.
Mr. J. F. Moore left Monday for a
business visit to Hiddenite, N. C., to
l)e abs-ent from Newberry for about
a week. Mr. A. S. Rae is attending
to the piano and organ business durnr
Af r% TVT/NA^A'rt oVkfAnrtA
J.Lig, . iuuui t s auocjuvt;.
Miss Sarah Gary, who has been
visiting Mrs. Alex B. Craig, at her
Itome in North Caldwell street, will j
return to her home in Newberry, s.!
C., tomorrow.?Charlotte Observer,
Capt and 'Mrs. Eugene F. Greneker
and children are visiting his mother,
Mrs. Corrie Greneker, the occasion
being her birthday. Their time is limited,
as he has to hurry back to his
train. May "Aunt Corrie" have many
more beautiful, bright birthdays.
Mr. Laverne Oates has returned
home from Newberry college for the
summer. Mr. Oates is a good ball
player and will be an addition to the
Lamar team.?News and Press. Newberry
college has turned out some fine
ball players and some of the very best
are Newberry boys.
(Mr. Frank Eddy, whose skull was
fractured some time ago when he
was thrown against the boiler of an
engine on his father's farm near
Ninety Six, left the Greenwood hospital
yesterday afternoon and returned
to his home. His friends will be
glad to know that he is entirely recovered
from his injuries.?Greenwood
Misses Brice and Margaret Miller,
of Camden, A?a., and Miss Mazie Dominick,
of Newberry, who are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Brice, were paiil
a pretty compliment on Thursday^
evening, when Mr. and Mrs. Brice entertained
in their honor. The guestr
were received on the lawn, whert
they spent the merry evening. Delicious
refreshments were served by
Misse Ellen Hamrick, Elizabeth Lindsay
and Bettie- Hemphill.-?Chester
cor. tne siai-e, z^uu.
In the large graduating class at
Vanderbilt University this year were
two from Newberry, with the degree
of M. A., Miss Anne D. Jones and
Mr. Howell M. Henry, both recent
B. A., graduates from Newberry college.
Miss Jones finished course in
history, economics, English aild
French. Mr. Henry, doctor of philosophy,
in history, English philology
and economics. His thesis was:
"The police control of the slave in
South Carolina." Vanderbilt is an
extra excellent educational institution,
and it is a high honor and distinction
to be one of its graduates.
It is no easy thing to get. through
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Chautauqua week?June 26, July 2.
Columbia is to have the talking pictures
Read the advertisement of WestMartin
Co. in this issue, and be sure
to get your free tick-ets Saturday.
Pnlireman W. P. Williams has.re
signed his position on the force.
Tlie Bachelor Maids will meet with
CMiss Caroline Cromer Tuesday afternoon
at 5.30 o'clock.
Are not the June brides a little bit
lovelier this season than ever?- -Spartan'burg
Herald. (Much lovelier?in
Mr. C. F. Bobb won the diamond
ring at the Airdome Saturday night.
Largest crowd yet. Every seot taken.
Fifty or seventy-five standing.
This country is plunging into a
terrible state of affairs. The News
and Courier is calling for the curbing
of the motorcyclists.
Free tickets are to be given away
Saturday absolutely free =by WestMartin
Co. Read their advertisement
Doctor Cook failed to appear in
Orangeburg at the last moment and
a man there said if the doctor found
the north pole he didn't find Orangeburg.
Dr. Cook found Newberry onc^.
Tho TWfec? "Po-rfho Wartslpv "whf> W5S
X ilV 1TX10O JL/Vi VMU V* M.M .. ? -_
married in Greenwood last week, is
well known in Newberry, having frequently
visited Mrs. W. H. Anderson.
Her friends wish her much joy.
The Shriners seem to have made
the most of the hospitalities of the
Isle of Palms this week.?Greenwood
Journal. From the countenances of
the Newberry contingent they did.
The Edgefield Chronicle of last
Thursday contained two timely editorials,
one on "Blackberry Time"
and the other on "How the Trolley
" Tmaenne how thev read.
The Abbeville Medium says they are |
looking for the biggest crowd at the j
State fireman's tournament that was
ever in Abbeville in ber entire history.
Look your test, and do your best,
Dr. Stuck has reached the top of
the south peak of Mount McKinley,
the highest on the continent. This
is a high distinction for Dr. Stuck.
He is the Episcopal missionary archreason
sent out from Alaska to climb
Tho first hlnnm of summer:?cotton I
?was sent to The Herald and News
office .on Saturday afternoon, June
21, by Mr. J. W. Lindler, from Little
(Mountain. Second bloom sent in by
/Mr. D. Walter Wicker, R. F. D. Xo.
5, Monday afternoon.
" T1 J _ 4-1, ? -P^v, +1,/-.
1/oaay, i. uesuav, is lilt; uciv iui mc
election on the proposed amendment
to the charter of the town and also
the election on the question of levying
an additional tax of one mill for
improvement and repairs in the
As most of the firemen will be out
of town for the next few days, citizens
will bear in mind that it is important
for them to s-end in fire
alarnft promptly, should there be any,
and themselves assist remaining firemen
in the city.
Two weddings in one evening does
well for this city, but that cannot be
kept up very long.?Spartanburg
Journal. Spartanburg is bigger than
Newberry, but two weddings a day
is no new thing here?especially in
The State Firemen's tournament
will be held next Tuesday, . Wednesday
and Thursday. If you wish to see
th? crack fire fighters of the State be
A ?A/\ A WftrtlWfT
sure IU UUIXJ''; ilUU see me i auiiife?
Abbeville Medium, 20th. Yes, Newberry
will send them up. Be on the
look out for them.
The Times and Democrat has never
doubted that Dr. F. A. Cook was
the first discoverer of the North pole.
A political . clique cheated him for
a time out of his honor, but time will
give him justice. Other papers and
other people still believe in Dr. Cook.
There are persons in Newberry who
believe in him.
Governor Blease has requested
Clerk of Court Perrin to reserve him
rooms at the Eureka hotel next week
during the Firemen's tournament, and
he will b^ here if nothing happens
to prevent. His secretary, Mr. J. K.
Anil will be .here also.?Abbeville
Medium, 20th. The Medium adds that
the indications are that an immense
crowd will be there.
Question of the hour: Will the
dentists try to pull off the lid at the
Isle of Palms next week??Greenwood
Journal. As the Newberry dentists
are tie best "puiiers" in the State?
in their line of business?it would
seem if any could they could. They
couldn't get stuck on a little thing
Persons wishing to contribute to
th-e fund to help pay the railroad fare
of veterans who were in the battle
at Gettysburg should act promptly.
The money should be in hand by next
Thursday morning.?Anderson Mail.
In sending $5 to the State, Mr. John
M. Kinard says: "This is a worthy
cause and should appeal to every
patriotic South Carolinian."
In speaking of the advantages of
Newberry as to health, comfort, convenience
and luxuries, endeavoring to
boost the city, likely to he a booster,
it can be said that the ice manufactured
at the Farmers Oil mill looks
pretty clean and pure. There is nothing
like good ice and we are glad to
speak a good word for the ice in
Thrpp vnnnp- men all frnm Prnc
perity, stood examinations at Isle of
Palms last Friday before the State
board of dental examiners. They are
Messrs. Y. M. Brown, A. J. Bedenbaugh,
and William L. Kibler. Prosperity
will furnish enough dentists.
She has already furnished some good
ones. These may not be all. That
was the record of the first day's ex
Dr. Wallace, one of the strongest
men mentioned, is now in New York
engaged in. research work for the
Carnegie commission. It is reported
that he thinks well of the idea and
that it is not unlikely, said a leader
today, that Dr. Wallace would oe
urged by many citizens in a mass
meeting?now being considered?to
make the race.?Spartanburg Journal,
:ln discussing call for meeting of
citizens for calling a primary election
of city council. The Journal says
"Wallace talks sounder louder." That
suits the reporter's part of Newberry.
An excursion train was wrecked in
New York State on Sunday. Fifty
persons were injured, some seriously.
Nine persons in a party of 19 were
drowned in -Missouri the same day.
At another place in the same State on
the same day two young men and two
young ladies were drowned by the
capsizing of their xnotorboat. Two
boys went to their death at Niagara
iFalls while playing in the river on
the same day. Of course these accidents
happen every day in the week,
but there is a remarkable frequency
in Sunday execursion weeks, etc.
Next attraction for Newberry?the
CHAUTAUQUA THIS WEEK.
Representative of All liest Circuit in
Newberry Talks Interestingly
About the Programme.
JMr. S. H. Brayan, gen-ral representative
of the Alkahest Chautauqua
circuit, arrived in Newberry Monday
m nrninrr O r-? n r 111 Ka V? fV?rAnorh_
I mui uiiig auu win uc 11^1 ^ 1UIUU511out
the week, giving assistance to the
Elks in launching the Chautauqua
j which opens on Thursday afternoon.
| In speaking of the program Mr.
Bryan stated that it is the best that
the Alkahest has ever arranged, and
has created unbounded enthusiasm at
every point where it has been presented.
The Alkahest open the circuit this
year at Pensacola, Fla., on May 25,
and the Pensacola papers were high
in thpir nrm'sp nf thp nrn?ram Thp
committee at Pensacola, and at practically
every point, have been so
well pleased and the Chautauqua
spirit has taken such a strong hold
on the communities, that they have already
arranged with the Alkahest for
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S. H. BRYAN.
its circuit chautauqua next year.
Mr. Bryan stated that the chautau(mifl
srnrif Is pprtainlv taking hold of
the people of the South, and he confidently
believes that the South will
rival the West in Chautauqua enthusiasm
in another year or two.
"Fifteen hundred chautauquas will
be held in the Middle West this summer,"
said Mr. Bryan, "and there is
'no reason why an equal number
| should not be held in the South, for
there is no movement at the present
time which is so calculated to
contribute to the general pleasure and
! welfare of the neonle as the modern
Chautauqua movement. All that is
necessary is for the people to awaken
to the possibilities of the movefnent
and give it their hearty cooperation,
and I am glad to note that Newberry
is abreast of the times in this work,
j Let every Newberrian be a chautau'
qua booster this week, and come prepared
to 'have a good time, thereby
creating an atmosphere that will insure
the best work from the artists
who will appear, and I'll guarantee
that no one will be disappointed."
Rally at TVare Shoals.
A grand celebration barbecue and
festival to be given at Ware Shoals,
July 4th and 5th. Two days:
Hon. Geo R. Rembert, of Columbia,
Hon. Sam J. Nicholls, of Spartanburg,
and Hon. W. C. Irby, Jr., of Laurens,
will speak on Friday the 4th. Mr. j
Rembert's subject will be "The conversation
of the liberties of the peo
pie of South Carolina."
Messrs. Nicholls, and Irby have not
as yet announced their subjects.
Ball games will be played on Friday
and Saturday, and prizes will be
awarded to the winners in athletics
and field sports. One of the best cueist
in the State has been employed to
cook the'dinners. There will he no
scarcity of palatable eatings, and refreshments
of all kinds. You are cori
dially invited to come.
In Honor of a Brother's Bride.
Mrs. C. A. Bowman entertained a
number of friends at a reception on
Thursday afternoon in compliment to
her brother's bride, <Mrs. W. F. Ewart.
The rooms were bright and attractive
in their decorations of ferns, hydrangeas
and Shasta daisies. Receiving
with the hostess and guest of
honor were tne hostess' daughter, Mrs.
G. C. Walter, of Birmingham, Ala.,
and Mrs. I. W. Walter, of Birmingham,
Ala. Iced tea, sandwiches and
I mints were served during the after!
noon by a bevy of young ladies. Oth
? V? in f V* A tro r?_
j ers assisting L11C 1IX VC4.1!
ious apartments were: Mesdames F.
Z. Wilson, R. D. Smith, W. H. Carwile,
George Johnstone, L. "VV. Jones,
J. L. Keitt, Alan Johnstone and Miss
Mary Dold. About 150 guests called
during the receiving hours of 5:30
DEATH OF A. J. HALTIWANGER.
Former Carolinian Passed Away at
Paul H. Haltiwanger, 1229 Elm;
wood avenue, received a telegram yesterday
announcing the death of a
brother, A. J. Haltiwanger, in Rome,
Ga., to which State he moved about
47 years ago. Mr Haltiwanger died
at the home of Mrs. B. I. Hughes, his
daughter, at the age of 73 years. Besides
a wife and two sons and two
daughters, he is survived by three
brothers, P. H. Haltiwanger and A.
D. Haltiwanger, of this city and A.
G. Haltiwanger, of Texas.
For many years A. J. Haltiwanger
uvea in ine uuicu tutk s^uuuu ui
Richland county. Later he moved to
Alta"nta, where for a long time he was
in 'business, recently retiring and on
account of failing health and going
: to live with his daughter in Rome,
Ga. The funeral will be held in Atlanta.?The
Mr. Haltiwanger at one time did
business at Chappells in Xewberry
! nrmntv ariri marriprf n HailP'Tvtpr rtf
the late Jas. N. Lipscomb. He bad a
number of friends and relatives in
this county who will regret to learn
of his death.
The Burial of Mr. Garvin.
Mr. Clarence E. Garvin, whose
death from cerebral hemorrhage in
Columbia was mentioned in The Her
aid and News of last Friday, was
buried at Rosemont cemetery Friday
morning, the service at the 'house being
conducted by his pastor, the Rev.
| J. P. Knox, of the A. R. P. church,
j in Columbia, assisted by the Rev. C.
|H. Neighbors, in the absence of the
I Rev. J. W. Carson. The pallbearers
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were: Messrs. s. a. Jones, sr. iv .viartin,
Paul S. Halfacre, Eugene S.
Bl-ease, Cannon G. Blease and Henry
T. Cannon. Two of the pallbearers
in Columbia, Williams and Brown, accompanied
the remains to their last
resting place. .
Mrs. G. W. Pearson and Miss Essie
Pearson, who ministered to the- deceased
in his last illness, returned
with the body on their sad mission
The Columbia Record says the announcement
of the death of Mr. GarYin
brings regret to his numerous
friends in Columbia and throughout
As to Gettysburg.
The meeting at Gettysburg begins
on July 4. General Teague has pub[
lished a list of those to whom he has
| given checks and the amounts. In
Newberry are the following as published
in his communication:
W. C. Sligh, Company E, Third in-;
fantry regiment, South Carolina Volunteers,
' J. G. Rikard, Company D, Thir
leeilUI Illiaiiuxy rcgliucui, oumu vaiolina
Volunteers, $15.65, Newberry.
M. M. Harris, Company E, Third
infantry regiment, South Carolina
Volunteers, $15.65, Pomaria.
D. A. Dickert, Company H, Third
infantry regiment, South Carolina
Volunteers, $15.65, Newberry.
E. P. Bradley, Company D, Third
infantry regiment, South Carolina
Volunteers, $15.65, Newberry. ,
The First Spe?ier.
Booth Lowrey who will be the first
speaker to appear on the Chautauqua
program is announced as one of the
most original and unique speakers on
the American platform, and has as '
many, if not more, return dates than
any chautauqua man in the work. He
is a whoie chautauqua himself. If
any doubt this, call up your friends
in Prosperity and Clinton where he
appeared last winter and ask them.
They liked him so well that they have
already made arrangements to have
him back there next winter. In "Simon
says: Wigwag," Lowrey will
make- you laught until your sides
The Ladies Aid society of the First
Baptist church will give a birthday
party at the residence of Mrs. M. L.
Spearman today, Tuesday, afternoon, (
June 24th, at 6 o'clock. Each member
is requested to come and bring a
guest. All the ladies of the church
are cordially invited to be present. ,
Pnnnlar Saturday Sales.
Messrs. Caldwell & Haltiwanger,
the popular merchants, are offering
immensely interesting values each i
Saturday at their store here. The
hundreds who have taken advantage
of these sales have been delighted, j
Next Saturday there will be another
of these sales, and a iot of attractive (
n-ew goods will be brought over from |
Columbia, to go at sacrifice prices.
Read their advertisement on another
iXow is a good time to go to the 11
moving picture shows. They are all | ]
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for less
than 25 cents.
FOR SALE?Two milk cows. Joe
TTTflt A 1/* X4
FOR SALE?One Guernsey cow, fresh
- in milk. J. D. Quattlebauh, Prosperity,
OFF TO THE TOURNAMENT.
The Newberry Firemen Leave This
Morning For the Tournament In v
The Newberry firemen left this ^
morning for Abbeville where they
will take part in the State firemen's
tournament which will be 'held on
Thursday and Friday. The big bay
horse, "Joe" has already gone and
is in fine condition. The boys are expecting
to bring the trophy cup,
that they won in Rock Hill, back with
them, and also some of the other
The following are the hose wagon
team and the reel team:
Hose Wagon Team?H. B. Wells,
chief and captain; T. A. Berley, R. L.
Burton, H. D. Adams, R. G. Parks, J.
S. R. Carlisle, R. G. Boozer, J. A. Peterson,
J. L Aull.
Reel Team?R. G. Parks, captain; I
J. L. Aull, J. A Peterson, T P. Wick- I
er, R. G. Boozer, L. R. Jones, J. S. R.
Carlisle, J. 0. Havird, S. L. Porter, J
R. L. Burton, T. W. Troutman, H. H.
Messrs. R. H. Wright, J. W. Swit- J
tenberg will also attend the tourna- f|
ment as delegates to the State Fire- 4
men's association which meets on. l
Arcade and Airdome Wednesday.
"The Life of Bualo Bill," in three J|
reels by Monopol Film company. NotJH
a picture of his circus life but of
life from age of 12 years up to tlme^|
'he went into the show business. A
"The Master Cracksman," Reliance
feature in two reels by Stephen Allen
Reynolds.?Adv. . .
That Pony Contest
West-Martin Co. are live merchants.
This later move to give away a pony
is one of the most popular contests
ever waged in Newberry. It grows in
interest every day. Read in theip advertisement
how to get free coupons
next Wednesday and Saturday. ,
The Arcade and Airdome have secured
a barrel of that well known ,
"Star" flour from Mr. Geo. Hipp
which will be given away as fol
lows: Monday nig'hrt two 24 pound
sacks to first and second drawing.
One sack each night until Saturday
night when two sacks will be given. ?
Get a chance.?Advt. ? ?
MEMBER OF HOUSE KILLS SELF. ,
Fred WFJiams, Representatiye From
Pickens, Shoots Self at Residence
^ v >*ear Easley.
Easle'y, June 20.?Fred. Williams, a
member of the house t>f representatives
from Pickens county, committed
suicide this afternoon about 5:30
o'clock at his home two miles west
of this place.
A member of the family heard the
report of a pistol and, rushing into a
shed room adjoining the front porch,
found the body on the floor with a
pistol hole in the centre of the forehead.
A physician was summoned
- * * -1 or.
but aeatn cook piaue uciutt uw ^
rival.- A note was found on tfce bureau,
stating that he was sane ijut
considered tihis the best step. It /
said that he owed no man and had ' ~
done no injustice to any one.
He was known throughout the county
and had accumulated a considerable
amount of property. He was 55
years of age and is survived by a
wife and six children.
The C. 0. D. Merchants.
E. M. Lane & Co., the popular grocers,
make an Important announcement
today. Beginning July 1, its cash
with the goods. By this plan they
will be enabled to Sell at lower prices
than ever before. Read the " an-" f
Arcade and Airdome Tuesday.
"Her Big Story" by Richard Washburne
"Mutuft Weekly No. 22."
"A Child of War," Kay-Bee feature ?
in two reels
A 24 pound sack of Star flour secured
from Geo. Hipp will be given
:o party holding lucky number.
"Didn't I tell you I didn't want to
see you here again?"
"That's what I told the cop, your
:ionor, but he wouldn't believe me."?