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The Movements of Many People, >*ewberrians,
and Those Who Visit
Mrs. W. C. Schenck is at Wades-,
boro, X. C.
Mrs. Kate Hale is at Chappells visiting
her niece, Mrs. J. L. Watkins.
Miss Sarah Merchant left for Hendersonville
Dr. E. H. Kibler and family have
gone to Hendersonville for a week, j
Mr. J. J. Lane returned from a visit
to Columbia Thursday.
Miss Fannie Sanford is visiting relatives
Master Julian White is visiting rel- :
jtivoe in Ralrimore.
Mr. T. \V. Hutchinson is in Green- j
ville visiting his daughter, Mrs. A. B.
Mrs. 0. C. Stewart is in Atlanta visiting
her son, Mr. Chas. C. Stewart,
Messrs. Ellesor Adams and Pearl
Herrin. of Whitmire, spent Sunday in
Miss Julia Zobel has returned to
her home in Newberry after visiting'
Miss Nina Sligh.?Union Times, 19th.
H. V. Taylor is in Newberry, but is
expected to return to Rock Hill tomorrow.?Rock
Hill Herald, 18th.
^Miss Fannie Parks, of Newberry,
is visiting Miss Elizabeth Zeigler, of
this city.?Spartanburg Herald, 19th.
Mrs. P. N. Livingston, of Prosperity,
is visiting in the city.?Spartanburg
Miss Bessie Crews returned to
Laurens Wednesday night after a visit
to Miss Minnie Havird.
Mr. Larry Kohn spent the weekend
with friends in Newberry.?Charleston
Major Wilkes, of Blair, is visiting
at the nome of R. E. Yongue.?Pickens
Mrs. Lindsay Bowers, or Prosperity,
is spending Tuesday and Thursday
night with Mrs. J. R. Green.
Miss Kate Oxner and son, 3. W., of
Kinards, were in the city on business
Miss Blanche Davidson has returred
from Wrightsville, Carolina Beach
and other waterous resorts.
L. L. Dominick, of Prosperity, was
in Columbia yesterday.?The State,
s Mr. W. L. Motes left Thursday for
a visit to his former home in Elberton,
Rev. Edw. Fulen wider has been recalled
to Hendersonville, one of his
little sons having suffered a relapse.
Mrs. J. R .Webb, of Chappells, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. B. T. Pavsinger.
versity of Virginia where he took a
course in the summer school.?The
Miss Louise Melton is visiting her
sister, Mrs. W. A. McDonald, at
J. L. Wise, cotton buyer, of Prosperity,
was in Columbia yesterday, at
the Jerome:?The State, 19th.
Miss Gene Groves, of Newberry, is
visiting friends here.?Charleston
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Counts, of Tampa,
Fla., are visiting his sister, Mrs.
J. L. Dickert.
Mrs. S. B. Aull has gone to join
Miss Sara Merchant in HendersonTille.
T.. J j nn r* ~ ~ *1
juuge <uiu lurs. x. o. oease ituu
children are visiting Mrs. C. T. Wyche
at Prosperity.?-Spartanburg Herald,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rutherford,
who have been visiting friends m
Newberry, have returned home.?
Shandon cor. Columbia Record, 19th.
Miss Teressa Maybin, of Newberry,
has been the guest of Miss Helen
t ^4.1 rr * j rr :i.n ^
.Lttiuiaxi wr several uays.?a-aiue
Mountain cor. Columbia Record, 19th.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Frazier, of Blairs,
r^re the guests of their parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Rhett Copeland.?Clinton
vcor. Columbia Record, 19th.
Miss Evelyn Garrison, who was
wisiting relatives in Newberry, is at
cujme after a very pleasant visit ?
-Rock Hill Herald, 19th. .
Mrs. Kate Leavell and two children,
<of Newberry, are visiting friends and
relatives in Pickens.?Pickens Senti- i
C. B. Epting and D. L. Sheaiv, of
Chapin. parsed through Columbia yesterday.
on their way home from Washington.?The
Roy Z. Thomas, of Newberry, ii.tcr- ,
ested in insurance work in Columbia,
was at the Jefferson yesterday.?The
State, 21st. j
Mr. Jas. R. Leavell went to Saluda i
Thursday to erect a handsome monu- (
ment at the grave of * Wellington i
Sheppard, at Pine Pleasant church.
Hon. Alan Johnstone, State senator i
from Newberry county, spent Satur- | (
day in Columbia.?Columbia Record, :
Jack Taylor, of Newberry, visited '
his uncle, Mr. R. E. Fulmer, of Edgewold.
last week.?Columbia Record, i
Miss Louise Browning, a bride- ^
elect, left Tuesday night for her home1
in Union county, after visiting Miss '
Misses Dennis and Paysinger, of
Newberry, spent the week end with '
Miss Idalia Hollingsworth.?Cross
Hill cor. Laurens Advertiser, 20th.
Miss Annie Kibler has returned to
her home in Newberry after visiting
friends here for several weeks.?Laur- :
ens Advertiser, 20th.
Dr. and Mrs. 0. B. Mayer and children,
of Newberry, are visiting Mrs.
Mayer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. 1
Jones.?Laurens Advertiser, 20th. 1
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Balle and little .
child are spending some time at Un- '
aka Springs, Tenn.?Laurens Adevrtiser,
Messrs. Paul Adams and Harry
Stone left early Wednesday morning
for Hendersonville on their motorcycles.
Misses Ruth Crcfsby, Newberry, ]
Ruth Linriler. Chanin. and Fannie i
Van Sant, Irmo, registered at the Columbia
rest room last week.
Mrs. G. B. Sligh and Miss Nina j;
Sligh left Saturday for Newberry to
visit relatives and from there they .
will go to Wrightsville Beach.?Union
Mrs. and Mrs. Lambert W. Jones, 1
George P. Wright and W. H. Wendt, :
are registered here from Newberry.?
Glenn Springs cor. Spartanburg Herald.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Pittard, of New
berry, were guests or ,:virs. ruunu a
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Glazener, (
in the city for several 'days the past
week.?Easley Progress, 20th.
Miss Annie L. Smith has gone to
Baltimore, ,Philadelphia, New York,
to buy the fall stock of millinery and
hair novelties for the Anniie L. Smith
and Co., millinery parlors. (
The friends of Miss Loia Fant will .
still find her at the Annie L. Smith ,
and Co., millinery parlors where she
will be glad to meet them during the
Major J. F. J. Caldwell, Mr. Robt. i
E. Leavell and Mr. Edwin A. Carlisle :
were together in Asheville at the :
Langren when we heard from one :
of the party last Tuesday.
Mrs. W. H. Wallace and Miss Nell
Jones, of Newberry, passed through ;
Columbia yesterday on their way
home, after visiting Mrs. Gerald Watson
at Ridge Spring.?The State, 19th.
Misses Ernestine Wicker and Era
Kibler, of Newberry, spent Thursday
..TV/Hooves Morr onH 'Hplpn I^athan.
Wltu lUldOCO *uui;
?Little Mountain cor. Columbia Record,
F. 0. Black, of Ward, passed
through Columbia yesterday on his
way to Newberry, to visit Mrs. Black's !
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mill. Mr.
Black recently returned from the UniMisses
Anne and Rose Sanders are
visiting in Newberry, where they are
being delightfully entertained by
friends and relatives.?Charleston
Miss Eilza McCullough, of Ne^berrv
who has been snendins: a * few
weeks at Hendersonville, N. C., was
here last week visiting relatives. She
left for Newberry Friday.?Edgefield
cor. Johnston News-Monitor, 20th.
Mrs. Z. T. Hardeman and daughter,
who have been visiting their daughter
and sister, respectively, Mrs. J. I. Cal- i
aham, have returned to their home in
Newberry.?Pickens cor. Easley Pro- .
Misses Bessie Burton, of Newberry, <
and Lucile Humphreys, of Donalds, | ]
formerly teacheis in the Easley high
school were guests of Dr. and Mrs. H.
E. Russell the past week.?Easley ,
Mrs. Hentz and Miss Olivs Wide- j
man, of Pomaria, Mrs. Livingstone ,
and Miss Mary Livingston, of Newberry,
and Misses Sheely are visiting ^
Mr. and Mrs. Sheely.?iXinety Six cor.
Greenwood Journal, 20th.
J. M. Sease, M. D., of Little Moun- ?
tain, was in Columbia yesterday. He .
1 1-?- T7^ 1. TIT OU 1 ? ^ i
urougxiL r iaim vv. oue<u?v, >111 aguu
resident of the lower section Df Newberry
county, to a Columbia hospital (
yesterday for a serious operation.? 1
The State, 21st. 1
E. L. Kibler, of Pomaria, woh recently
took his degree from the college
of dentistry at the University of j
Maryland, passed through Columbia
yesterday, after spending a few weeks
n the mountains of western North
Carolina.?The State. 21st.
The meeting at the Baptist church
closed last Friday night. There was
i general feeling of regret for everyone
enjoyed Dr. Pendleton Jones, of
\'ewberry. Three united with the
r>Vim'fh ?Yinptv Six cor. Greenwood
Miss Morsie Hayes is at Millen. Ga.,
visiting Mrs. Frank Omberg, formerly
Miss Todd, of Newberry. Millen is
wnere a divorced wife shot and killed
her former husband and fatally
wounded his third wife last Monday
The Rev. A. G. Voigt, U. D., dean
of the Lutheran Theological seminary,
1 aatta 4- i-n ti* f rvr V,"vrf a1 lr f a
w in icavc luiiiui it ? 1^1 fc>ynuii\, tu
attend the sessions of the Virginia
synod. He will then go to Burke's
Garden, V 1, where he will deliver a
series of lectures before a Sunday
school normal.?The State, 19th.
Mr. and Mrs. Hayne Workman and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Reeder
Workman and children and Mr. Jesse
George Young, all of Clinton, came
over in automobiles and spent Saturday
and Sunday with, the family of
Mr. J. M. Reese.?Anderson Mail,
Prof, and Mrs. J. W. Swittenburg,
Df Kingstree, are visiting the family
ot J. T. Taylor in Pickens. Mr. Swittenburg
was formerly principal of the
school here and both he and his wife
have many friends here who are delighted
to see them.?Pickens Sentinel,
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. McSwain, Mr.
and Mrs. H. L. McSwain and children,
also Mrs. Lula Griffin, attended the
funeral of Mrs. Carrie McSwain in
Newberry last Wednesday. The many
relatives and friends of Mr. W. A.
McSwain here, sympathize with him
and his children, in this, their great
affliction.?Cross Hill cor. Laurens
Mr. G. W. Beall, headquarters in
Washington, D. C., representing the
Harley-Davidson m jtorcycles, has
been in Newberry for the past day
Dr two, conferring with the agency
I mi 1 1_; C TVfl',. A -r.
nere. iney are iuuK.iiig iux im. Arthur
Davidson, a member of the firm
of Harley-Davidson. Mr. Davidson
arrived in the city after the above
was written. ?
The Sharon High school is schedul5d
to open the second Monday in September.
A. W. Paysinger, of Newberry,
will be principal and he will be
J-A-J T i-1- _ 1i: ? T*T!1 ? T n?on
dSbl5SLt?U DV lilt; lUlS2>e?> VViliua. A-fU50.11
and Winnie Crawford, both of whom
have taught in this school previously.
Mr. Paysinger comes very highly recommended
and the school promises to
have one of the most successful sessions
in its hiscory.?Sharon cor.
Rock Kill Herald, 19th.
Julius Eisoti, who recently underwent
an operation for appendicitis at
a Columbia hospital, will return today
to his home at Newberry.?The State,
20th. He returned home Wednesday,
much improved, accompanied by his
father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. Eison. Mr. Eison, who also went
to Columbia for treatment, is greatly
improved in health, from all appearances,
and his friends hope for his
complete recovery. ~ ~
"Kantchercomeagain" Tom Johnson
had Ben. T. Paysinger in his place at
uie siuie v> unt; ne, ium, was aj.i ncudersonville,
and that accounted for
the "t" dropping out of the long word
in the last issue of the paper. Ben
is so fat he couldn't carry the w'.iiole
word around with him in the store.
John Billson, the hardware man at
the store, will explain the word.
"Every little word has a meaning all
its own." What John Billson doesn't
know about it, Hiss Wiggins does.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Tonight, Thursday, at the Airdome,
There are conveniences for a privileged
The various and all about coined
words have taken well.
Mr. John Herry C'aappell gets to be
supervisor just at the time that everyDody
is talking good roads.
By a score of 10 to 0, Prosperity
defeated Chapin at ball Wednesday
Some fellows in this town need a
tew gascarets?not cascarets, gascarets.
Parr Shoals will not be able to hold
ihe crowds which will assemble there
Dn the first of September.
At the Arcade-Airdome Friday and
Saturday, respectively, "Little Dorrit"
md "Wartime Mothers."
There is a place in Pickens county
called Nine Twins, as we see by corresnondence
to the Sentinel. Of all
"The Demon of Destruction'' at the
\irdome Tuesday niglit was one of.
lie finest subjects ever reeled off at
t motion picture show in XcAvberry. j
The ,court of common pleas will
convene the t.nrd Monday in Sep- (
tember, the jurors for wnich will be I
drawn next Friday week. :
Preaching will begin at Unity Fri- !
day night at 8.30 o'clock. Preaching
by Rev. Leon Pressley. The public 1
is invited to attend these services.
The melon cholic days have come?
the saddest of the year?to some people
whose digestive i>rgan is out of
i The backbone of summer seems to
be broken this morning, but maybe
the springs have just become loosen- i
! The colored Methodist Sunday J
school of Newberry gave a picnic at
Little Mountain Tuesday. There was
a large crowd, but things passed
j What would Newberry do without
the Theato and the Arcade-Airborne?
They are two institutions that have
j become fixtures in the city. Both are
i If Harry Thaw had only known
how es.sy it was, he would probably
have done it sooner.?Greenville Piedmont.
Can't understand why it had
not be 'ii done sooner,
Harry Thaw knows both how to escape
and how to escape in style.?
Charleston Post. Harry Thaw is not
as crazy as some people affect to believe.
In the absence of the Rev. Edw. j
Fulenwider Sunday, the pulpit of the :
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer
j will be occupied by the Rev. Z. W.
| Bedenbaugh, of Prosperity.
Since reading vwhat Frank had to
say, lots of people tnink he is innocent
and will be acquitted. Now, if
Joe Jackson can send Ty Cobb to the
backwoods "we'll all be happy yet."
Four hundred forty-nine citizens
have nad a good word to say j
about that "waiting-for-stamps-at-the
postoffice" paragraph in last issue of
The Herald and News. We knew they
would endorse it. i
[ The W. C. T. U. will meet at the residence
of Mrs. J. W. White this,
j Friday, afternoon a*. 5 o'clock. All
members are requested to be pres
ent as business of importance is to
'be transacted. j
County Supervisor J. H. Chappell
said, in his card, "Watch me move."
One thing about the new supervisor,
we bet he will try to mc re, and if it
is possible for him to move he willj
move you may rest -assured of tnat.
1 There is only one cate o! measles,
and it is at West End, quarantined,
as reported to the reporter Thursday
morning by Health Officer Jno..
C. Adams. Xo smallpox and nothing
else of a public nature.
In the recorder's court on Tues
day Charley Dembo, who was arrested
by Chief Jernigin and Policeman
Foy for violating the dispensary law,
was :ined $75. His case was appealed.
Represented by Attorney Eugene
Buford's disappearing fence was
somewhat mysterious to some people.
Capt. M. M. Buford had a fence
around his patch adjoining his residence.
Suddenly one morning people
i missed it. Some with poor memoi.es'
.thought they had seen a fence there.
The captain just "took it away."
Shoemaker J. Luray has installed a ,
lot of machines at his place of bus- j
. iness and is now prepared to do any (
and all kinds of work in his line. The
; new machines are up-to-date and capable
of making shoes and doing all
kinds of repairing. Luray can repair
la pair in a hurry.
Speaking of barbecues Mr. A. C. j
Sligh says he and his brother, Capt. j
W. C. Sllgh, of Jalapa, botn learned ;
under the late James Dumba.% who j
enjoyed a fine reputation in his line. I
j But they are not the only ones? ,
mere is iur. j. ivi. v^ounis, anu mcic
"are others." !
Harry Thaw may be crazy in the
eyes of the New York authorities,!
i but he had brains to plan and exei
cute a "get-away" that makes Port-!
land Ned look like toe clumsiest 6ort
of an amateur.?Chester Lantern..
That's just exactly what this present
paragrapher says about it.
Without exception, people have expressed
themselves as glad that he
has at last made his escape.?Abbe
J ville Press and Banner, speaking of
Thaw. The reporter didn'nt know he ,
was going to have so much company. ;
And they'll all be sorry that he could-1
n't stay escaped. i
i ' *
Postmaster W. A. Hill is meeting
the issues squarely and sensibly. He
; is on hand pormpt.ly and will be con- !
stantly at his post giving satisfaction.
At the stamp window he is going to
see that people get their stamps with-1
out delay. In this particular Postmaster
Hill will grow in popularity. !'
Votir attention is called to ad of1 ]
Gilder and Weeks. In addition to; 1
what they mention they handle er- j
erything kept in the best regulr^elj*
1 t > . ;
irug store in the State. They do a
fine business, consequently their
store is always stocked with the;
freshest goods, and you can always
find what you want in that line at
One thing that a great many omer
towns have tnat Laurens aas not and |
that she ought and could have is a |
rest locm for ldies who do their'
shopping here.?'Laurens Advertiser. I
Mighty right you are and you ought
to come here and see Newberry's rest j
room as conducted by Mrs. M. B. i
Evans. Then you would start one,
right away. ^ * j
One of the chief features-of the1
town is the motion picture show at'
the old court house, called the Theato,
managed by D. R. Lavender and in
his absence by George C. Swittenoerg
and Frank F. Taylor. These young
men are reliable and attentive to their ,
duties, giving the public clean service |
and affording enjoyment and amusement
to many people.
It matters not what public position |
nne mav hold, it is the duty of such '
person, mad or * woman, to be!
pleasant and agreeable to the public j
in the discharge of his or her work.!
You are paid to do the work, and you '
have no right to be snappish and dis- '
agreeable. Occasionally some person
ought to lose a job. It wouldn't then
take long for others to understand
United States Army Officer Geo.
Keller, headquarters at Columbia, S. j
C., is in Newberry examining pros- j
pective soldiers, trying to get recruits j
for the army, young men who want to j
carry Uncle Sam's guns. Officer Kel- [
ler in representing tn^ war depart- j
merit, Washington, D. C., is anxious
to secure applications for enlistment, j
Now is a chance iY r some young men |
who desire that kind of life and work. !
"Little Dorrit/' that fine subject by
Charles Dickens, will be the attraction
at the Arcade-Airdome Friday afternoon
and night. It is the hope of i
the management that every child under
twelve will get to see this, and
to that end the offer has been extended
to allow them the opportunity,
hence every child under 12 applying'
at the Arcade between 11 and 12 j
o'clock Friday will receive a free tick- j
et to ".Lime Dorrit rrom z iu *
o'clock Friday. This will be appreciated
by the children and by the children's
The Herald and News has said too
many nice and pleasant things about i
the postoffice people and about other j
people and things in Newberry for j
anvhndv tn hennme offended at any I
little adverse criticism it may make, j
This paper falls back on its record of i
saying pleasant things of people and J
claims it has a right to comment free- !
ly, because it tries to do right. There- i
fore, emboldened by the universal up- j
holding of the community in a little
criticism Tuesday, this paper makes
bold to say that the postoffice front
door should remain unlocked throughout
the night so as to allow belated
and other travelers opportunity of
having access to the postoffice at all
hours to suit their convenience. This
is done in other cities and gives satisfaction,
Another custom peculiar
to the Newberry postoffice is that the
breeze is shut off for fear that otherwise
it would be so pleasant there
that people would linger too long
when going for their mails. This, at
least, is what one of the colored employes
of the office said.
Prominent Educators and Speakers to
Be At Young's Grove on Saturday.
The exercises of the educational
rally to be held at Young'i Grove on
Saturday will begin promptly at 10.30
o'clock. Speeches will be made by
Prof. W. K. Ttate, supervisor of rural
schools, Kon. J. E. Swearingen,
State superintendent of education,
\Ticc Pirrnt organizer of tomato I
clubs, and E. W. Dabbs, president of!
the State Farmers' union.. Barbecue
dinner will be served and everybody
Woman's Missionary Union, Reedy,
The annual meeting of the Woman's j
Missionary union, of the Reedy River
association will be held in the
First Baptist church of this city on
Septemoer iz-i6. ?/acn suuieij' . ? |
pected to send two delegates, and all
ladies are cordially invited to attend j
01(1 Soldiers Reunion.
Editor The Herald and News:
The annual old soldeirs reunion will
be held at Cbapin on the 29th inst. A
basket picnic will be served in the
- V V*ni1r3ir? cr
throve i't-Hi lUf Jllfi.l 11 kjv./1 uu'iuins.
The comrritrce in charge will sparo j
no effort to give the old boys a good i
i.ne There will be free ice refreshments
and cigars along with si>jeeches
suitable for the occasion. f
One Cent a Word. No ad- ^
vertisement taken for lest 1
than 25 cents.
GASOLINE ENGINES FOR SALE?
One S H. P. in perfect running order,
running every day. A bargain. ?
One 13 H. P. good as new. Can
be bought for less than 1-2 price.
t art t r\,, a? ^ vrjit 11
wiic lutrai jL/upicA iccu *umf win
burn kerosene oil. Very cheap.
C-ocd reasons for selling the above.
If you are interested write to or
call on J. D. Quattlebaum, Prosperity,
S. C., P'none No. 12. . ^
SECOM) HAXD ORGA>" for sale. J.
S. Daniel, Newberry, S. C.
FOR SALE.?One good Milk Cow Jog fl
Wilbur, R. F. D. No. 3. ^
T AVTIT mvr 4 PTR?T PT Kot.K^_
JL T T A JL X 1*1 f U A JL JL M.WKJJL V UCLL M
cue at lue residence of Col. D. A.
Ruff on Thursday, August 28. Arrangements
will be made for the sM
young people to dance if they so 3|
desire. David Ruff. ill
BARBECUE AT POMABIA?There
will be a barbecue at Pomaria on
September 5, for the benefit of the
Methodist church Here, ine cue wiii m
be prepared by J. H. Kibler. A pleasant
day is promised. Public invited.
FOR SALE.?Old J. J. Gallman home
place, 5 miles east of Newberry.
150 acres, more or less. Good dwelling
and necessary outbuildings, and
tenant houses. F. A., and L. J. Gallman,
Prosperity, R. F. D. 3, N. G.
Gallman, Augusta, Ga. 9
WE WILL FURNISH a first-class bar- ^
becue at Jalapa on Friday, August, W
22. W. W. & W. F. Riser. 1
ALL PERSONS are forbidden to hunt I
or trespass on our lands. Crozier
Welch, Lillian Welch, Delia Welch. j
It. . ^
I WILL GIYE a first class barbecue
at my residence Thursday, August 4
28, and a free demonstration of dip- ^
ping cattle for tick eradication. W. 1
H. Sanders. It
THE Newberry Business School is
thorough, progressive, and reliable.
If you are interested in taking a ^
business course this fall, visit the
school and be convinced. Why go
from home when you can get the 4
same instructions at a considerable [
less cost right at home. We will
aid all students completing the
course in this school in securing lucrative
positions. Mr. H. 0. Ray.
4t-run 18-22-29-5. \
PROFESSIONAL?Dr. W. E. Pelham,
Jr., has moved his office to his residence,
1621 Harrington St. Office
hours 8 to 9 a. m., 12 to 1 p. m., 7
to 8 p. m. 8-19-2t |
FRESH SHIPMENT of popular price j
candies just received. Mayes' Book 3
and Variety Store. It
AX ELECTION for cotton weigher
will be held at Chappells,- S. C., on
August 20 from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
We?won't tell what Robinson says,
but turn over to his advertisement J
and see what he says. It is mighty
interesting reading?and profitable.
What Robinson says?but turn over
and read it.
Not Worth $100,000.
The State, 19th.
The State has recflved from John
K. Aull, private secretary to the governor,
an abstract of figures purporting
to show that John C. Ellison, A
paroled Saturday after serving a J
month of a seven year sentence for 1
manslaughter, is worth far less than
the $100,000 which he Is reputed to
possess. The figures sent by the governor's
secretary, which were filed
with the papers in the case, include
a statement of mortgages filed by the
paroled prisoner, a statement from.
the auditor of Anderson county and a
copy of a tax receipt showing taxes
paid on less than $10,000. The secre- i".
tary requested that they be published
to show that Ellison's reputed wealth
has been overestimated.
TitnA iVA Cor 9
filial f T I1UI h v >jm;i
We cannot help but be a little glad
that Harry Thaw has escaped from
the insane asylum. He was not insane
and he deserves to be hung or i
set free- It ought to be a lesson to J
thee ourts and juries. Give the man
guilty of crime his medicine or let V
him go, do not physic him for one 1
evil when he is afflicted with another. '
Misses Mamie Swittenbeurg and
eBulah Smith, of Newberry, are
guests of Mrs. James Dobey.?.Tohrston
cor. Edgefield Advertiser, 20th