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The Movements of Many People, >Tew.
berrians, and Th<>?e Who Visit
Mr. T. 0. Stewart, representing the
American LaFrance Fire Engine Co.
is in the city.
Mrs. M. Quince Bullock, lie pianc
contest manager, spent Thursday afternoon
and night at Pomaria.
Mr. S. J. Kilgore spent Sunday ir
Newberry with relatives.?Clintoi
Miss Emmie Robertson visitec
friends in Newberry during the pasl
week.?'Clinton Chronicle, 6th.
Mr. H. R. Paysinger weni Thursday
to Augusta to visit his sister,
Mrs. H. C. Lorick.
Mrs. Carlisle, of Newberry, was a
visitor during presbytery.?Ora cor.
Laurens Advertiser, 12th.
Mr. E. L. Rodelsperger is announced
for re-election as alderman from
M. M. Buford, of Newberry, was in
Columbia yesterday, at the Jerome.?
The State, 13th.
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Pifer, of New
berry, were in Columbia yesterday,
at the Gresham.?The State, 13th.
' Staying in Newberry until Saturday
evening Dr. Crimm will leave the
city, to spend Monday in Little Mountain
and Tuesday in Prosperity.
Mrs. John K. Aull and little daughter,
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.
: & Tompkins?Edgefield Chronicle, j
Mrs. Ira Boland and Pierce Scott
have returned from Little Mountain
where tii-ey iiave been visiting relatives.?Clinion
Mrs. E. 17. Connor is in Newberry
wnere she will attend the JohnstonRountree
Capt J. W. Gary was in the city
"Wednesday. His trends here would
like to see him every day. He doesn't
-opine often enough to suit them.
Mr. W- L. Ruff, a Herald and News
subscriber at Winnsboro who has i
been spending a couple weeks at the j
void -home in Xewberry, has re'urned j
Ms post of duty.
Mrs. M. Quince Bullock, Misses
Alice Aull, Blanche Davidson and
JLenore Bedenbaugh spent Wednesday
afternoon in Prospenity, going and j
returning in Col. E. H. Aull's car, ac
^ ' * ..n
companies Dy uoi. auh.
Mr. R. Y. Leavell went over Fri- :
day to Atlanta to see his daughter, I
Mrs. Harry O'Donnell, and returned I
Wednesday night on the cannon ball.
He was accompanied by Mrs. Leavell j
as far as Anderson, where she stop- j
ped to attend the Woman's tfaptist
Di. O. B. Mayer, of Newberry, afterserving
seven years most efficiently as
treasurer of the semi-centennial en- j
dowment fund of Newberry college,
declined re-election at the recent session
of ide South Carolina synod, t)
the regret of all concerned. Another
active layman, of the Church of the j
Redeemer Newberry, Mr. J. B. Hunter,
is <.he worthy successor of Dr.
Mayer.?Lutheran Church Visitor, ;
? TABIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. i
1116 man ui .ucAttu o uioi.u* w - ,
Huerta is pronounced whaytra.
Carnival is still carnivaling?taking
Master Rikard's sales for December
Mr. C. T. Summer is announced for
re-election as alderman from Ward
The Civic association will meet next
.Monday afternoon, .November 17th, at
4 o'clock, a. the residence of Mrs. J.
Several new contestants have entered
the race lor the piano. May
the best woman win. This contest is
getting lively, "don't you know."
Collecting is a tough proposition.
"We tried it a few days ago and have
been taking a nerve treatment ever
since.?Honea Path Chronicle. Man,
you "don't know nothing."
The cutting scrape mentioned on
mnthpr was uD for trial before
Recorder Eariiardt Thursday. The
recorder dismissed Summer and fined
Lindsay $15, which was paid.
The total number of bales of cotton
ginned ;n Newberry county to the
iirst of November according to the
government report is 22,899. Same
rimp 1 919 9(i ZA9
A horse to a wagon falling to the
ground in Caldwell street, corner
Main, on Saturday afternoon created
a little excit'fcement. It developed
that the horse was subject to fits,
v/hen he would drop in his tracks.
There vas quite a severe
storm for the little time ir lasted
! Saturday morning. The flakes were
thick and fast enough to have cov"
ered the ground if the snow had not
The gobble of the turkey is heard
in the land, once again.?Greenville
, rieamonc. uo von mean I'lrnev m
this or in the foreign land? If you
' mean here, his gobble is musical in
Newberry, as he nears the swan
Talk about your eggs and your
freaks, . but Mr. J. M. Nichols, of
Newberry county, shows a hen egg
j weighing one quarter of a pound, as
large as a goose egg. Now when a
: chicken hen gets to laying an egg as
: large as a guwsc ? it 10 ouuic
, somewhere girls like the ones on
. j the magazine covers, but there ain't
I no such animals as the women in
j the corset ads.?Greenwood Journal.
Newberry has three girls like the for- j
, mer and one woman like the latter.1
Now everybody guess.
A press dispatch has been sent1
j out to the effect that a baby was re
'centlv born in Kentucky without a.
j heart. We imgaine it was a girl baby.
I?Exchange. Be careful how you report
a girl baby, you might make a
I mistake. Remember The Herald and
I News and the Helena baby.
It's about time to begin doing
your Christmas shopping.?Greenville
Piedmont. Newberry merchants are
I hocrintinner tn chnw shnnnprs where to !
^v04****"*0 vv/ W??? J
do their Christmas shopping here, j'
Watch the columns of The Herald and ,
News, Christmas shoppers, and begin
early to do your shopping as herein
A bazaar, dog and pony show, two
negro minstrels, and a lyceum num- '
ber all in one week. A regular;
"Dukes Mixture."?Clinton Chronicle, j
II you axe LLUL spccmmg U1 I
Rikard's "mixture", you just wait for '.
"A1 Rikard's Pride of Dixie minstrels''
that the Laurens Advertiser is so
It seems as chough the second mule ] and
buggy scrape turned out to be J
that a colored man on Mr. Will Wick- ;
er's place drove to town and he wen; !
tn o-pt thp tpa m he found it gone. Late !
that Saturday night the team was i
found in the road at. Mr. Dolph Buz- i f
hardt s. This is not the mule and j
buggy that got the write up. ji
We must have that trolley line j
from Clinton to Cross Anchor and j r
on to Spartanburg. It has been j
sorely needed for a good many j
years.?Clinton Chronicle. That trol- '
ley talk sounds good. Any sort of
trolley talk does. Down in this neck j
vihere it seems the trolley won't pene- '
*' 1 3 An xirill vot !
trate 11 is noptju uidi VjllUlUU vv 111 J \s\, ^
get it to Cross Anchor anyhow.
All the trolley lines seem to want (
to coin? to Greenwood execept that i
one ' tiom Easley via Abbeville. A j s
trolley line from Augusta to Green- i
wood via Kirksey will be welcome, i
Let 'em come. The more the merrier. : i
?Greenwood Journal. See how other i 1
places can have trolleys in the plural ; ]
and Newberry can't have one in the i
singular. It is rather singular.. <
"* -?mov Ho ! 1
An excnange sa.vs L11CI ^ maj j <
People come to town from the ;'
country early Saturday morning i
while the weather was fair and pleas- 1
ant. It changed suddenly for the: *
worse and there was a dark, dull, j
dreary, dismal and disagreeable time !
for awhile, making it hard on the i
country people wno were unprepared
for it. There was a regular summer
thunder shower along about ten j;
0 CIOCA. (
| It seems singular that the same
score, 51 to 0 decided the football
! game twice between the same teams.
Some class to that, 51 to 0, and it is !
getting to be a common thing for it ;'
j to be something to nothing?just any!
thing, from 51 on up. The Newberry ;
college team is rightly named the Indians.
The boys are living up to
j their name in swiftness and those j
davs r?f nrmrecedented pro- !
i Jl 11 Ultgv UKJU
1 gress the people of ,he rural districts
j realize more and more the advantages
of the telephone and the rural deliv- j
: ery service.?Laurensville Herald.:
1 And they realize and appreciate it all j
the more when they have such agree- J
abe and competent men in the sys- i
tems as they have in Laurens and !
Newberry. That is the reason why j
it :"s so marked and pronounced in j
these two counties.
The auesion is, what difference does
it make where a runaway mule was
caught, so he was caught? 'And what
difference does it make if the spokes
of only one wheel were broken in a
smashup so far as the accident is
concerned? The "particularness" of
some people is very puzzling. The;
* ?!-1-1 ! ????<* mil crh f hQtu'PPTl !
mine Ull gill UcLVe UCCU Wayn,
Prosperity and Columbia and it 1
I wouldn't have affected the news item,
and "nary" spoke might not have
been broken, for all it was worth.
Mrs. Geo. \Y. Senn is still in the
lead in the piano contes" Miss Grace j
Reynolds was ahead in the city the
first part of the week. In these coni
tests she who is behind today may be
ahead tomorrow. Miss I>ouise Melton
is in the lead in the city with
Mrs. R. C. Boyleston a close second.
Miss Melton is the daughtter of Mr.
W. S. Melton and a granddaughter of
the laie Wm. Zobel, who was liked
by everybody, Miss Vida Counts, at
Pomaria, No. 6, lately coining into
, county, while Miss Louise Counts,
Prosperity, No. 6, lately coming into
the contes., is increasing her vote
Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edward Fulenwider, pastor.)
"Nothing preventing, the following
! will be the program of divine services
1 at the Lutheran church of the Redeemer
t 11.15 a. m.?The regular morning
service. The pastor will preach the
fifth and last of the special sermons
on the American Home. The subject
of the sermon, will be, "Shining
Lights." This sermon will be especially
for children, and will be illustrated.
Parents are requested to
bring the chidren to this service. The
front pews in the church will be reserved
for the children. There will
also be lessons in sermon that will
be helpful to grown people.
7.30 p. m.?(There will be a service
of song and prayer. The pastor
^111 preaeh the third sermon on the
23rd Psalm. The subject will be, "In
the Valley of the Shadow." In this ser
mon an attempt will be made to present
many interesting and encouraging
10.15a. m.-?The Sunday school
meets. Those teachers and scholars
who are not present will help their
side to lose in the membership contest.
There will be good music at all the
A cordial invitation to all services
is extended the public.
Vewberry Residents Must Learn The I
Importance of Keeping: Tlreni
fi no If ri moanc f'Tiat ovorXif rar
X mvuiiikj VMMV v* j
?an of the body is performing its!
Perfect health cannot be enjoyedf
the kidneys are weak and disorlered,
Thousands testify that Doaa's Kidley
Pills , have a reviving action on
What this remedy has done1 Ea so i
nany cases of this Mnd is the- best j
>roof of its merits.
Read the following. It's testimony
rt-otofnlv crivon hv a rpjw'fJ p.i*t offi-rft^r?
Mrs. G. F.. Burriss, 414 Poplar SJl, ,
jreenwood, S. C., says: "I know j.ust i
*'hat Doan's Kidney Pills do and can j
>ay that they can be depended upoiaj
it all times- One of my family suf-j
'ered from weak kidneys^ He com- j
>lained of backache, and was also an--i
loyed by the kidney secretions. I
Doan's Kidney Pills brought relief." j
For sale by all dealers- Price 50 i
jents. Foster-Milbura. Co.. Buffalo, j
\'ew York, sole agents for the United j
Remember the name?Doan's?and i
;ake no other.
Z. F. Wright is hereby nominated
as a candidate for re-election as mayor
of Newberry and will abide the rules
of the democratic party.
FOR ALDERMAN WAR1) 1.
J. Chesley Dominick is hereby i
nnminnfpri as a candidate for Alder- I
man from Ward 1, and **111 abide* the j
rulei of the democratic primary.
Alderman Ward 4.
C. M. West is hereby announced as
a candidate for alderman from Ward
4, and "Fill abide the rules of the aeinocrptic
Alderman Ward 2.
Mr. J. R. Green is hereby announced
a candidate for alderman from Ward
2, and will abide the rules of the democratic
FOR ALDER5TAN WARD 5
W. H. Hardeman is hereby nominated
as a candidate for Alderman
from Ward 5, and will abide the rules
of the democratic primary.
A * 1 11* 1 O
Alderman ??aru o.
Mr. C. T. Summer is hereby announced
a candidate for alderman
from Ward 3, and will abide the rules
of the democratic party.
'Alderman Ward 4.
E. L. Rodelsber is hereby announced
a candidate for re-election as alderman
from Ward 4, and will abide the
rules of the democratic party.
To Cure a Colli In One Day
Take LAXATIVE BTCOMO Quinine. It stops 1!
i Cough and Headache and wcr'ts nff the Ccl
I D:r?rtrist?; i<?fi:nd mcn??y if it laihs to cur
K W. GROVE'S signature on ench box. 2:
Fnr Prfyp 1
M M, fit MA JW V
First and Second Prizes are 1
Gilder & Weeks ai
Judging from the interest shown
i in the great prize voting contest so
far, there is going to be a great
1 scramble for that beautiful gold.
handled silk parasol, given by Mayes'
Book store and the exquisite bottle
of "Harmony of Boston" perfume given
by Gilder & Weeks'. The Right
I The contest for these special prizes
closes Saturday -at 10 o'clock sharp.
rttJineiiiutJi tut; inu )uu?g muies
polling the most votes this week get
these two prizes that are made possible
by our generous merchants.
| That the contest is a success is an
assured fact. There has never been a
contest in this locality where more
or bet-er prizes have been offered, or
where there was more strict adherance
to justice and equity to all parti
cipants. The Herald and News desires
to- emphasize the point that every
contestant will be afforded an absolutely
fair deal. Mrs. Quince Bullock, j
representing the National Newspaper
Advertising Co., of Jacksonville, Fla.,
has absolute charge of the contest
and the editor of The Herald and
News has nothing whatever to do
with, it Address all' communications
v i . a. -xr
and make aLi cnecks payaDie w> jifs.
Bullock, coolest manager. Tfce con-,
test started! in October and.. I wiL'
close Friday at 12 o'clock, December
19th, but noj one has a start sufficient
to prevent others entering" aowv
Last Week's Specials.
The first special prize awarded lastweek
was "an elegant pair of Eadies,
Krippendorf. shoes" won by Mrs.. Geo-;
Senn, of Kinards. Mr. Perry- of j
line fciwar.t-t^erry \^o., per^uudii) ac- a
lected the pair af shoes for Mrs. Sinn (
giving her the choice of the entire- j
stack of selecting a pair of shaes firom*'
"the most extensive end up-to-date ]
lin? of shoes in t&e city of Newberry."" i
To> say that Mrs. Senn was well
pleased would be expressing; it midly_
The second special prize?"A most
dainty little set Cft glHU rim cuya ouiiu
saueers and planes"?the donation- of:
"The Robinson Five and Ten Cent.;
stores" was wan by Miss V"ida:
Counts of Prosperity, and, we fieri: tbat
Miss Counts fras been amply repaid
for her week's solicitations.
This Week's Specials.
The weather man and Mayes-- Book
and" Variety store"" says?"it is going-1
f Kft f fU a <?nn foc_ 1
LLT 1 cLlLl ciI1U 111 U1 uc: Lliai. one V/Uiutt?
tants will not have to stick "close to |
home'' "A ladies handsome black silk j
iWill Be in Little Mountain!
Will be in Newberry Until
t -n /->i j.1- 11
UT i.-?j. t^rimm, me wen
known Eyesight Specialist,
will be in Little Mountain at
J. H. Wise Co. 's Store, Mon-!
day next, November 17th.
At Prosperity Tuesday next,
Nov. 18th, at Wise Hotel.
T Ta ft TT^V ATTA A
11 ^uu nave tryc tiuuuic
and need glasses don't fail
to consult Dr. Crimm. All
glasses at the most Reasonable
j N. B.?Dr. Crimm does not
j call from house to house, i
See him at his stopping place j
Dwelling for the Present at
id West-Martin Co.
parasol with gold handle" will be
awarded by The Mayes Book and
Variety store to the lady turning in
the greatest number of new subscriptions
To the lady coming second?"The
, ever generous pharmacy of Gilder and
i Weeks, otherwise known as the drug
i store of popularity and reliability''
j will be awarded a delightfully fra|
grant bottle of "Harmony of Boston''
; toilet water. "One ro your nose, an
I odor as sweet as the rose."
ovorw Miih nf fiftoon atio voar
A. VI VT Vi; V/itAky Vi *14 tS-V/ii VUV J VUi
new subscriptions turned into the content
manager by Saturday November
loth, at noon we will give a bonus of
75,000 extra votes. For example
should you turn in one club you will
receive the regu'ar scale of votes for
he fifteen subscribers in addition to
".""''.;'"I1;1 - ?t ifejH
the bonus which would make a club
bring you 98,500 votes.
Now girls this is your chance while
these special offers are being given
you, to pile up your reserve force,
tatce advantage 01 everyone yuu. t-air.
for its not the amount of money you
turn in and the number of subscriptions
bat the number of votes that you
get for what you do turn in.
Next Week's Prizes.
The description of next week's;
prizes will be given in next4 issue.
Suffice ft to say they will be well
worth working for, since they will be
given by Copeland Bros. Dry Goods
store?0. and T. F. Salter Photograph
Galery?and Robinson's Five
and Ten Cent store.
Standing of Contestants.
Wednesday, Sovember 12, 6. F. X.
Miss Louise Melton 105,000
Miss Georgia Reynolds 101,750
[Mrs. R. C. Boyleston 80?000
Miss Kate Spence 45,000
Miss Evelyn Swan 40,000
Elmrna Long 95,000
Miss Reba Xancy 48,WO
Miss Johnson 37,000 j
Miss Duncan 34,000
Prosperity >o. 6.
Louise Counts .100,000
Virginia Lee Kinard 40,000
3Trs. Qfeo. W. Senn ...265,000
Miss TOa Counts 222,250
Death of Mr. Bobl>?
Mr.. WnL M. Bobb died on Wednesday
afternoon at two o'clock, at his
home in the Bachman Chapel neighborhood,
at the age of 67 years, after
a lingering illness of a complication
of diseases. Mr. Bobb had been in bad
health for fifteen years. He was
buried at Bachman Chapel on Thurs
day afternoon at three o'clock.
Coras Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
The worst cases, no matter of how long standing,
are cured by tlie wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Foaling Oil. It relieves
?i'ti and HcV -t<v 25c, 50c, $1.0f
MR. MERCHANT?There is an advantage
in buying all your cigars,
cigarettes and tobaccos from Annie
a D..? ri/>
yj. rv-uii anu vai.
FOR SALE?A good yoke of oxen.
Jalapa Mercantile Co.
NOTICE?Beginning next week, we
will gin only Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday each week. Jalapa Mercantile
SEED WHEAT?We now have a lot of
pure Red May ;ind Fulrz soed wheat
and solicit your orders. Summer
Bros. 2tt |
j COTTON MARKET. ?
(Bv. Robt. Mrf. Hnlmesj.
Good middling 13%
(By Summer Bros. Co.) V
Cotton seed 42
Good middling.. .. 13 9-16
| Cotton seed 1.30
Little Mountain. ^
Good middling 13% H
Cotton seed 1.35
Good middling 13%
Cotton seed 40
Good middling 13% J
Cotton seed 40%
Good middling 13% M
Chappells- TO ||
Good middling 13% V
Cotton seed 1.40
Good middling 13%
Cotton seed 43
n r ? _ \\r i m_ _j. 4
vync V/Ciii a vr uiu? tiu au
vertisement taken for lest .
than 25 cents. , J
FOR SALE?One 15 H. P. Ajax engine, ^
One No. 1 Saw mill, one 9 H. P.
one Case engine, one Case thrasher,
which I will sell for $1,500 cash.
All iD good running shape. H. W.
TXrh ? f TV, 4 T> n C H
OUW1CO, YV 1-11lULlll C, O.
"WANTED?several hogs weighing 4
about TOO to 125 pounds. See us before
you sell any kind of cattle or
hogs. The Cash Grocery, K M. Lane
& Co. Phone 110 or 212.
200,000 FEET of lumber for sale.
Prices right. Quick delivery. Pur- * n
cell & Scott. I
! POCLTRY WASTED?Hens, 12 cts. 1
per pound, roosters, young, 7cts.;'
chicks, 14 cts., Highest prices for
eggs. Player & Graham. J
TEACHERS WITH CERTIFICATES \
wanted immediately for the following
positions: 7 at $60; 8 at $50; 11
at $40; 5 at $3$. Direct from
school officials. Special enrollment.
Act immediately. W. H. Jones, Mgr.,
Columbia, S. C.
| WE SELL THE STAR PEA thrasher
the thrasher that does the work,
I Johnson-McCrackin Co.
i Il-ll-tf. I
10XE SOLID CAR T. Crimp and patent |
Lock roofing just received, get our
' prices and save money. JohnsonMcCrackin
TRESSPASS NOTICE?All persons
are hereby notified and warned not
to trespass upon any of the lands of J
the undersigned by hunting, fishing J
or in any manner whatever. W. T. ^
! Hunter, G. F. Hunter, F. W. and X.
I E. Hunter, J. T. Hunter, J. M. Lest;
ter, Johnnie Whitman.
FOR SALE?We will have
! a car load of Danish cabbage arriving
at Prosperity, about the 15th <
of this month, which we will sell A
.1 T__ .1. _?
remarKaoiy cueap. t?c s>wnvi?- ?
I the patronage of the public. Scott ?
Grocery Co. j
j RCFF ROCK cockerels and pullet? for
j sale. G. F. Wearn.
| THE KEY. IRL R. HICKS 1914 ALMAN
AC.?The Rev. Irl R. Hicks
| 1914 Almanac is now ready and will
| be mailed prepaid for only 35c.
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a copy of this almanac for only one M
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} necessity in every home in America.
Send to Word and Works Publish- ^
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MADAM HOFFMAX and circus of pefs
at opera house moving picture show
this week, afternoon and night. Her
pets are poodle dogs, monkeys,
I Guina pigs, canaries, white rats,' \J
chickens, one three-legged chicken. i|
j Admission 5 and 10 cent. j
IMPORTANT?Please return promptly
all empty gasoline and kerosine
drums at once as the Jacksonville
station needs them very badly tt
and we will not be able to make
prompt deliveries without them. I
Summer Bros. Co. zi. ^
NEW CHOP?New Orleans syrups
iust received. Send us your orders.
Summer pros. Co. 2t.