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fbe Movements of Many People, Newberrians,
and These Who Visit
Capt. C. V/. Bishop, of Columbia, is
in the city.
Mrs. J. W. Perry, of Charleston, is
visiting Mrs. T. W. Hutchinson.
Mrs. R. L. Coleman, of Whitmire, attended
the Rice-Austin wedding at
Coronaca on the 12th.
Manager Roach, of the telephone, returned
from a trip to Columbia, after
visiting his mother, Mrs. J. J. Roach.
Mr. James G. Brown after a visit
to relatives in Newberry, returned to
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IVir. ctliU ivii s. o. l. iriur au iciuiucu
Monday from visiting relatives in Augusta.
Mr. W. V. Faulkner made a business
trip to Newberry last week.?Johnston
Mr. Humbert Aull, of Newberry,
was in Union Saturday.?Union Progress,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Haltiwanger and
baby came up from Columbia Tuesday
in his automobile and returned
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w eanesaay. ,
Mrs. lAnna Kyle and Mrs. Virginia
Felker and baby, of Greenville, are
visiting relatives and friends in the
city and county.
Miss Jewell Faulkner has returned
home after a few months stay in j
Miss Mamie Mangum and nephew,
Mr. Henry Lane, of Hendersonville,
are visiting relatives in town and
Mrs. J. W. Kibler, after a few days'
stay with Mrs. S. L. Wilson, has rei
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Woodruff cor. The State, 16th.
Mr. Peter Mandas, of Charlotte,
has come to Newberry to be with N.
P. Mitchell and Bro. at the candy
Jvitchen. - , >
Dr. A. J. Bowers has recently re- '
turned from Springfield, Ga., where he
attended the meeting of the Georgia ,
synod.??Xewberrv corA News and
Courier. 17ta. ,
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Mrs. Esfcridge, of Newberry, has
been the ?ues.. for several days of Mrs. i
J. L. Welling. She has returned to ,
her home.?Darlington cor. The State,
Mrs. R. L. Coleman, Miss Frances <
Rice and Mr. Clough Rice, of Whit- ,
mire, were among the out-of-town j
guests at the Rice-Aust:n wedding ai ?
Coronaca last week., ,
Miss McCain and Miss Werts entertained
the faculty on Monday evening ^
in honor of the thrpQ new teachers?
Misses Johnstone, Marcus and Steele. (
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?Limestone College cor. x\rws aau
Courier, 17 th.
Misses May and Carrie Welling entertained
the Morning Embroidery
club Thursday morning. Mrs. J. L.
Welling and friend, Mrs. Eskridge, of
Newberry, were guests. A salad course
was served.?Darlington cor. The
Mr. Thomas Paysinger Wicker, son
of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Wicker, will
go to Fairwood, Virginia, and be mar
ried to Miss' Elizabeth Young, the
ceremony iO take place next Thursday
We regret to chronicle the serious
illness of Mr. George P. Yonce. As
we go to press it is learned that his
condition is somewhat grave.?Johnston
News-Monitor, 19th. Mr. Yonce
is a Newberry college student.
Miss Alice Aull, of Newberry, is expected
to arrive Thursday to visit
Mrs. John K. Aull, on Elmwood avenue.
She will be one of the visitors !
nere to attend "Ben-Hur" at the Columbia
Dr. J. H. Harms, president of New
berry college^ was in town yesterday.
In regard to the typhoid fever situation
at the college Dr. Harms says
the cause, which was purely outside
of the college, has been found and
done away with, no new cases have
developed in nearly three weeks and
that college was never suspended.?
Johnston Xws-Monitor, 19th.
Col. C. J. Purcell, who is well
known in this city, and a brother of
Mr. .John .J. Purcell, spent a few
hours in Union Saturday en roure to
Buffalo, when he addressed the Red
Men of that place. Mr. PurcelTs ad
dress was along fche line of fraternalism
and was thoroughly enjoyed
by those who heard him.?Union Progress,
18th. This is one on the colonel,
and his friends here would like
to hear him repeat his address.
VABJOUS A>*D ALL ABOUT.
Mose Wilson, colored, forfeited a
$25 bond in recorder's court Monday
for carrying concealed weapon.
Probate Judge Claude C. Scliumpert
'issued six marriage licenses Saturday,
Mr. P. F. Baxter is announced for
alderman from Ward 1?reelection.
Mr. L. G. Eskridge is announced as
a candidate for school truste^
Mr. J. Y. .Tones is anounced for
school trustee from Ward
City election next Tuesday. Happy
time in the lives of some voters.
: The people of Trinity have put a
new cover to the Methodist church
there. That was a good act.
There were eight applicants standing
examination at the postoffice Wednesday
for the railway mail service,
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1 The regular meeting of the W. C.
T. U. wll be held at the residence of
Mrs. J. W. White on Friday afternoon
at 4 o'clock.
Xext Thursday will be Thanksgiv|
ing day. Mr. Tom P. WTicker will observe
the day in Virginia and eat his
turkey as a bride-groom. Lucky boy.
After the present court comes the
big court. Then High Sheriff Blease
will sing his little song, "order in j
Sunday was a bad day for some negroes.
One man was killed by another
in the afternoon in the county and
a woman was wounded at night.
Under the supervision of Officer Joe
W. Werts there is some good and necessary
work being done on street
crossings and other places in the city.
A marriage license was issued on
Monday by Probate Judge Schumpert
to Mr. F. W. Huble and Miss Irene
Jennings, both of Whitmire.
The people in the country who
heard the fire whistle the other day
naturally want to Know wnat it was
about. Some grass burning.
Thirty nine to nothing. There is it
again. That's what Newberry did for
Charleston in football Saturday. Nothing
is a common thing, for those opposing
Newberry to get.
What with the piano contest prizes, t
and the moving picture shows prizes,
and any other prizes that may be advertised
by merchants, Newberry is
having il lively in this line.
Will the city authorities allow
Santa Claus to violate the speed limit
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ivften ne reacnes ;\ewoerry: mey are
?oing to allow him that liberty in
New York with his automobile. Jno. 1
B. Mayes had better be looking into
In giving the list of gentlemen who ^
so kindly carried the faculty and
students of Newbery college to Mr.
Karl Counts' funeral at Little Moun;ain
last Sunday, the names of Messrs.
Z. F. Wright and R. H. Wright
>vere unintentionally omitted. j
A five and a half feet long coach
ivhip snake was killed Sunday afternoon
in an old dry well on the place
of the late old man Sim Edwards,
back of the Fair place. The party to <
the killing embraced the colored Ber- 1
ry Neely, John Scott, John Baker and t
Kay Burton. , 1
On Mr. Geo. W. Summer's out-of- ^
town place on Sunday night, Larkin ^
Denbow, colored, shot Minnie Stevens,
colored, in the right shoulder wi:h j
a pistol. The wound was not
dangerous. Sheriff Blea^se and Depu- .
ty Dorroj arrestel Denbow and put
him in jail.
At the opera house, next Monday
afternoon and nigbt, Manager Henry
B. Wells says he will have on exhibition
the original production of
Edison's wonderful talking pictures,
those you have been reading about.
They will be worth seeing. Give Mr.
Wells a capacity house.
For cruelty to animals, Chief W. H.
Jernigin, pulled Berry McMorris, colored,
who was fined $10 by Recorder
i Jno. W. Earhardt Monday. The fine
was paid. Chief Jernigin saw Mc-'
Morris throw a rock at the baboon on
the carnival grounds and the negro
was in the act of throwing again when
the chief arrested him.
The talking pictures were at the
Arcade Tuesday night. A good many
people enjoyed what they saw and
IVinir/i of tliom mnnv wprp intprpsted.
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some were a little disappointed that
they didn't come up to expectation,
quite, but we believe some people
really expected that the pictures
would breathe and t'eel and be alive.
In the last issue of the A. R. Presbyterian
from an interesting account
06 the Rock Hill convention of the
fifth annual session of the Woman's
Missionary union of the First presbytery
we clip as follows: "Mrs. J, W.
Carson, of Newberry, S. C., brought
most cordial greetings from the Woman's
union of the Second presbytprv/'
A faorse belonging to Mr. Pink
Glenn, of Whitmire, fell in the street
between the opera house and Dr. W.
G. Mayes* drug store Tuesday afternoon
and was killed his head striking
with hard force as he reared and
plunged. Mr. Glenn had just bought
the animal from the pack of Texas
horses being sold in the city at B. A.
The Glee club 'has been re-organized ,
by director, Dr .J. B. Setzler, and meets
once a week at the home of Mrs. E. B.
Setzler, who has again consented to I
ac< as pianist. Last year the Glee cluo
made quite a reputation for itself in
Xewberrv and the nearby towns, and
; bids fair to surpass its enviable record.
Dr. Sefzler is a Newberrian, having
; graduated at Newberry and later from
I the University of Virginia with an
! M. D. degree. He is a very capable
'leader.?Newberry cor. News and
i Courier, 17th.
A branch from a black pepper tree
! was handed us Wednesday bv Mr. L.
j W. Jones, who got if at the old Mc!
Coy place at Helena while he was
j there having one of 'his houses re
paired, l wigs 01 tne orancn are nil-j
ed with the little peppers. It will be
interesting to a great many people
to know that right here at their very
doors is a tree growing the same
kind of little round hard black pepper
they buy at the stores. I will
be news to them. They never dreamed
of such a hing.
Probably a serious fire was prevented
Saturday evening by the presence
of mind of Mr. Otto Wiiliams, while
operating the moving picture machine
at the opera house. About 6.30
o clock the film caught fire from the
lamp house of the machine, and Mr.
Williams picked up the burning film,
ran with it down the steps and threw
it out of the window. His thoughtfulness,
while it endangered his life)
was a good acr, although the film,
valued at about $75, was entirely con- .
sumed by the flames.
Mr. E. H. Aull, of Newberry, was
in Clinton on business Wednesday.? j
Clinton Gazette, 19th.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, j;
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY, j;
f.mirt nf fnmmnn Pleas m
Thomas W. Folk, and Chris M. Folk,
individually, and as the administrators
of the goods, rights, chattels 1
and credits of Hayne Hamilton
Folk, deceased, M. Hayne Folk, Wm. :
H. Folk, Julia A. Craps, Mamie B. 1
Derrick and Eugene C. Folk, i
^da L. Perry, Rosa M. Windhorn, Wm.
W. Folk, John C. Folk and Eloise
tf. Hayne Folk, Thomas W. Folk, Wm.
H. Polk, Ada L. Perry, Chris M.
Folk, Julia A. Craps, Mamie B. Derrick,
and Eugene C. Folk,
^ottie C. Folk, Rosa M. Windhorn,'
Wm. W. Folk, John C. Folk and
In obedience to the orders of the
]Tourt herein, I will sell, during the
egal hours of sale, at public outcry,
;o the highest bidder on Salesday in
December, 1913, before the Court
Souse door, at Newberry, S. C., the
'ollowing tracts of land, lying and beng
in Newberry County, said State:
I. Lands belongine; to the estate of
Eiayne Hamilton Folk, deceased:
(a). The home tract, containing
two hundred thirty-nine and 24-100
acres, more or less, bounded by lands
Newberrv, S. C
Two jp'ours, one
three-one, via Michigs
These cars shoi
"Buy it b<
of M. Hayne Folk, Miss Fanny Johncone,
the Mill or Baker tract, lands of .
Tnlia V Mam:e B. Derrick. Mil- '
ton Marshall, lot of Calvary church
^ w. ^eo.ge Gruuer; (bj The
Mill or Baker tract, containing one
nunarea sixty-six ana y<-iuu acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of M.
L. Cousins, estate of Caleb D. Buzliardt,
deceased, M. T. Oxner, Mrs. A.
C. Oxner, A. G. Leitzsey, Miss Fanny
Johnstone, the home tract and lands of
Julia A. Craps; (c) The Wilson or |
McKee tract containing two hundred
forty-nine and 73-100 acres, more or
less, bounded by lands of L. W. Floyd,
Thos. W. Folk, George and John Henderson,
T. H. Brock, Chris M. Folk
and Eugene C. Folk; (d). The Brooks ,
tract, containing one hundred thirtyfive
and 18-100 acres, more or less,
bounded by iands of Chris M. Folk,
the Brown brothers, Sims G. Brown,
Rpri H Paid well of the p?fatp nf I
Catherine A. Folk, deceased; (e). The ;
Buzhardt tract, containing forty-five ;
and 48-100 acres, more or less, bound- :
ed by lands of Ada L. Perry, Wm. H. i
Folk, Mrs. R. L. Paysinger and John
A. Shealy. !
2. Lands belonging to the estate of
Catherine A. Folk, deceased:
(a). The Nancy Sligh tract, con-!
taining fifty-eight and 70-100 acres, j
more or less, bounded by lands of Ada :
L. Perry, Mrs. Henry, Mrs. Fanny
Reighley and Wm. L. Folk; (b) The \
Brooks tract, containing sixty and .
28-100 acres, more or less, bounded by
lands of Mrs. L. H. Folk, W. M. Suber,
Ben H. Caldwell, the Brooks place of,
the estate of H. H. Folk, deceased, '
mi TIT T7i?n? ? a
1UUS. tv. r-UliV dliU vtculgc CUIU .iuiiii ,
Henderson. Plats to all of said lands |
are now on file in said case.
Terms of sale. One-third cash,bal- J
ance in one and two years in equ^l ;
annual installments, with interest on .
each installment from day of sale, and !
until paid in full payable annually, at
the rate of eight per cent, per annum, '
to be secured by bond of purchaser
and mortgage of premises sold; bond
and mortgage to provide for 10 per
cent, as -Attorney's fees in case
same be placed with an Attorney foi
collection, suit or foreclosure, and to |
contain default clause providing [
against non-payment, at maturity, of i
first installment, or annual interest; I
to provide for eight per cent, interest j
in case of non-payment or taxes, in (
SCENE FROM ED I SOX'
Six shipped yesterday in N. '
in Central and C. N. & L.
ild arrive in the next
:hem before you buy
ecause it's a Sti
case purchaser fail to comply with j
terms of sale within five days Master )
to resell at purchaser's risk. As evi- 1
dence of good faith on part of bidder. '
Master will require payment to him
of $100 upon acceptance of bid. which
will be forfeited in case of failure to
comply in full within five days without
legal cause. Purchaser to havo
leave to anticipate credit portion, in
whole or part. Purchaser to pay for j
papers and recording mortgage.
H. H. Rikard,
Master of Newberry County, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
Court of Common Pleas.
British and American Mortgage Company,
Hettie I. Kennedy, S. E. Kennerly,
The National Bank of Newberry, S.
C W. A. Davenport, J. L. C. Daven- 1
port and G. L. Davenport,
By virtue of an order of the court j
herein, I wiil sell at public auction to j
the highest bidder, before the Court
House at Newberry, S. C., within the ^
legal hours of sale, on Monday, 'the
1st day of December, 1913. the same j
being sale day, the following tract of!
land, to wit:
All that tract of land lying and being
situate in the County of Newber
ry, State of South Carolina, containing
two hundred and eighty-three (283)
acres, more or less, bounded on the
north by land of H. H. Kinard, east by
land of Andrew Johnson and estate
of J. N. Martin, deceased, south by
land of I. H. Compton and George
Glasgow and west by the public road.
Terms of sale: One-third cash and
the balance in two equal annual installments,
the credit portion to be
secured by a bond of the purchaser
and a mortgage of the premises sold, .
which said bond and mortgage shall j
provide for interest from day of sale
at the *'ate of eight per cent per an
num, payable annually, and for ten per
cent attorney's fees in case of collection
by suit or by an attorney, with
leave to the purchaser to anticipate
the credit portion in whole or in part.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
ri. H. Rikard,
Master of Newberry County, S. C.
S TALKING PICTURES.
ich? Nov. 19, '13.
ir. car ten-thirty-fouri
:r corporation. j
t ten days. See
(By. Robt. McC. Holmes). jM
Good middling.. 13^fl
(By Summer Bros. Co.)
Cotton seed 45 V
Cotton seed 1.45 11
Cotton seed 1.45 fl|
/~i J 11 OT1L .^1
UUUU miUUUIlg 10.0 l 72
Cotton seed *...1.5#^
Good middling 13%
Cotton seed 42 W
Good middling. 13^ 9
Cotton seed 41
Good middling 13*4
Cotton seed 42
Good middling 13%
Good middling 13
Cotton seed 45 S
SPECIAL NOTICES. I
One Cent a Word. No ad
vertisement taken for lest m
than 25 cents.^ A
FOR SALE?One 15 H. P. Ajax engine, I
One No. 1 Saw mill, one 9 H. P. 4
one Case engine, one Case thrasher, J|
which I will sell for $1,500 cash. ^
All in good running shape. H. W. V
Bowles, Whitmire, S. C.
WANTED?several hogs -weighing
about TOO to 125 pounds. See us before
you sell any kind of cattle or I
hogs. The Cash Grocery, aJ. M. Lane
& Co. Phone 110 or 212, J
200,000 FEET of lumber for sale. V
Prices right. Quick delivery. ,Purcell
& Scott. V
POULTRY WANTED?Hens, 11 cts: H
per pouna, roosters, young, /cts.; H
chicks, 14 cts., Highest prices for- V
eggs. Player & Graham.
WE SELL THE STAB PEA thrasher
the thrasher that does the work, ; |
Johnson-McCrackin Co. J j
ONE SOLID CAE Y. Crimp and patent j
Lock roofing just received, get our
prices and save money. JohnsonMcCrackin
n-iltf. | |
SMITH'S LIVER PILLS?For the re
lief of Torpid Liver, Sick Headache, A
Biliousness, Dizziness, Dyspepsia,
Sour Stomach, Indigestion, Loss of I
Sleep, Malarial Poison, etc. Price
per box 25 doses 25c. Mail orders solicited.
P. E. Way, Druggist, Newberry,
11-18-tf. . '
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GET A BOX TODAY?guaranteed. (
Price 25c None better nor just as j
good. Smith's Liver Pills for sale ^
by P. E. Way, druggist, Newberry, 1
S. C. j
FOR SALE?Vacant lot corner of ^
Johnstone and Glenn streets, in *
the city of Newberry. Will be 6old
at public outcry at the court house
the first Monday in December. B. L.
11-18-tf. , '
FOR SALE?Lot with six-room cottage
on Lindsay street, in city of
Newberry, near Newberry college,
on street in rear of H. H. Evans*
residence. Will be sold at public
outcry at the court house first Monday
in December. B. L. Jones.
FOR SALE?One 1913 model, 5 h.. p.
Harley-Davidson motorcycle. In
use two months. First check for i
?170.00 gets same. Good as new. ^
T. L. Shealy, Prosperity, S. C. 1
YES we sell Patent Lock VCrimp
BE SURE A>'D SEE our single and
DOUBLE ROW STAIK CUTTERS.
WE SELL NO. 10 plow points for 20c. ^
GONE WEST?For a lot of good Percheron
mares and lot of good mules
?the kind the people want. Will
be in about two weeks. Watch for
ad. J. D. Quattlebaum, Prosperity,
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STRAYED OK STOLEN?Milk cow, flj
colcr dark brown, medium size, no V
horns, leather 'halter on head. Mrs. ^
G. M. Shealy, Newberry. S. C.