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The Movements of Many People, Newberrians,
and These Who Tfsil
Miss Kathleen Griffin, of William
ston. is visiting Mrs A T. r.rown.
Mrs. F. Z. Wilson is visiting relatives
Mr. Will Buford, of Gary's Lane,
was a Sunday visitor in the city.?
Clinton Chronicle, 21st.
Mr. Oliver Bowers, of Xewberrv,
;,-i thq Plin 'rm
SptJJlt f l wa t in kuv -ww., . ^ ~
Mrs. James Riser is in Newberry
with her daughter who is ill.?Leesvine
Twi.il County Press. 19t*n.
Mrs. Bernice Martin returned last
week from visit to Mrs. H. H. Sweets,
in Louisville, Ky.
J. C. Wiieeler returned to Newberry
college a few days ago.?Saluda Stan
M. H. Kempson, of Prosperity route
5, visited relatives in Saluda last week.
?Saluda Standard, 20th.
Butler Burnett, of Chappell route 2,
was in Saluda one day this week.?
Saluda Standard, 20th.
Miss Lizzie Earhardt, of Newberry,
visited her aunt, Mrs. Lizzie Turner
here ths week.?Clinton Gazette,
Miss Minnie Flemming will leave
this week for Newberry to be tihe guest i
of Mr. Nat Gist, her uncle.?Carlilse j
cor. Columbia Record, 21st.
s?am Fulmer went to Newberry Mon-tiaj
to spend a few days with friends
.and look after business matters.?
Fountain Inn Tribune.
Miss Alice Smoak, of Newberry, and
friend, Miss Edith Folk, of Columbia,;
spent Tuesday with Mrs. E. A. Smoak. |
Pom K/-*r*rr 90th
i'CllXlWCi ^ XAV/i, UiU^ v t
Miss Lizzie Wicker and Miss Hut- j
ehinson, of Newberry, were the i
guests of Miss Mollie Davidson this I
"week.?Clinton Chronicle, 21st.
Mrs. Emma Ogilvie and daughter,'
Miss Elizabeth, left for their new
home at Norfolk, Va., Monday.?Lexington
Mr. J. S. J. Garrett, of Taylors, and
Miss Evelyn Jones, of Greenville, are
visiting their relative, Mrs. T. H. Garrett.
Thomas Haigler, of Newberry college,
is at home for a few days.?
Cameron cor. St. Matthews Advance,
Miss Sadie Goggans, supervising
teacher of Newberry, discussed at the
recent Laurens county teachers' insti- i
tute methods of teaching.
Misses Lizzie and Maizie Dominick,
of Newberry, were among the out-oftown
guests present at the delightful
reception given Wednesday afternoon.
?Columbia Record, 20th.
There were no services at Sandy1
Run Lutheran church on Sunday, as ;
Rev. Mr. Livingston and family are
on a visit to Newberry.?Bakersvi]le
cor. St. Matthews Advance, 20th.
Mrs. Anna Pearsall spent a few
days in Newberry with her daughter,
Mrs. J. G. Brown. Mr. and Mrs.
Brown have moved to Union.?Butler
cor. Saluda Standard, 20th.
J. Bledsoe is speaking of building
? ^n'Allmar r\r\ Viic nlQPD
a oiuaii u ^ \ju uxo *?v* v?
Richard Beck expects to move from j
Newberry and occupy it.?Butler cor.
Saluda Standard, 20th.
Mr. J. Y. Jones, as chairman, and
Mr. M. B. Clisby, as member, of the j
board of governors Southern Textile 1
association, show up well in the
group of the board in the Southern
Textile Bulletin of November 20.
Mrs. Kinard, wife of Rev. Dr. M. M.
Kinard. nastor of St. John's church.
Salisbury, X. C., has been restored to
health after five weeks' treatment in
the hospital there.?Lutheran Church
Everyone visitiiig Xewberry should
<"all at the rest room in the old court
house, which is superintended by Mrs.
M. A. Evans, who has made the court
house seem a perfect home.?'Butler
cor. Saluda Standard, 20th.
Miss Mary Lou Bowers, of Xewberry,
addressed: the Luther le;tgu<^ of
Mt. Lebanon church Sunday nigh4".
Miss Bowers is pleasantly remember
ed *iere as a former tea';Kor n: i'jc
Cameron school. She leaves in January
for Japan where she goes as a
missionary of the Lutheran church.?
Cameron cor. St. Matthews Advance,
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Thanksgiving Thursday. Fall in
This court week will keep some
Everything ready for the city election
Mail early. Think of the overworked
people at the postoffice.
Shop early. Think of the overworked
! clerks and merchants.
! Methodist preachers and lay delegates
leave today, Tuesday, to attend
conference at Rock Hill.
. Xice bunches of Newberry people
saw Ben Hur in Columbia Wednesday
j Will say that this weather is good
! if t'iiere is 110 danger of changing before
going to press.
There is no trouble to sell some
things in Newberry. Look at those
Texas horses last week.
Take in the talking pictures tonight,
Monday, at the opera house?
Manager H. B. Wells' place.
| The Herald and News doesn't print
everything it knows, not by a great
many lines. It wouldn't do.
j Brig. Gen. Funston wants a Japanese
1 newspaper to apologize for saying
that American soldiers consulted the
: women in Honolulu. All the same we
| bet they did.
i We fully agree with the Lancaster
News tihat a good reads day for South
j Carolina might help to arouse our
people to their need of better high
A1 Rikard's minstrels are on their
tour. The Herald and News has made
i these minstrels famous. If you want
to be known and amount to something,
| get in with. The Herald and News, the
paper that does things.
Our most vivid recollections of
"Ben-Hur" are a five dollar seat, several
tableaux, a chariot race that was
Kaf/v^o urn 1H poa1i7o it hoH
V T CI UC1V/1 O ?? t V/UUAU A V/UA*UV *W
started, and a rush for the exits.?
Fairfield News. Was that the exper-1
ience of E. D. Pearce, W. A. Wherry
or any of the Newberry ones? I
That was a fine present he gave her. j
The "he" and the 'taer'' are known 1
to a few besides the principals in the!
case. These little things will leak out.!
somebody will "let the cat out of the j
bag.'' Oh, well, Christmas is coming i
and it is time for presents. Examine |
the advertising columns of The Herald j
and News, the paper of the piano con- |
At the meeting at Clemson college 1
lasc Friday a special order was a
memorial service in honor of Col. R.
\V. Simpson and W-. D. Evans, who j
had died during the year. The cor- ;
respondent to the State says that;
"eloquent addresses were made" and
"especially touching were the strong |
and tender tributes of Mr Johnstone
and Mr. Wanamaker, who knew and .
valued the services of their departed
friends so well/'
You poor unfortunates who have no
cause for thankfulness Thursday as
lias our young friend, Mr. Thos. Paysinger
Wicker, will no doubt find some-'
thing for which to be thankful if they
hunt for it. People get what they look
for in this world. If you hunt for trouble
you won't get pleasure. Old man
Nature is a good storekeeper, he
keeps everything in stock always. All
you have to do is to ask for what you
want if you don't see it. I
| Thanksgiving in "ole Virginia" will
be helped by Newberry Thursday. It
is a time tor singers ana otner musicians
and everybody to be harmonious
and happy. But they must pay for the
music, who put the "pay" in "Paysinger?"
One of the Tom Wickers has
something to do with it. On with
"the old Virginia reel," and s-hake
hands with Pollyanna, we haven't
heard from the little girl in some time
"Everybody" is "carried away" wi'th
Robinson's electric sign. "They say"
it is beautiful. Then there is the
electric sign at the opera house cor
^ner, brilliant idea of Manager Wells
put into execution Newberry is sret[
ting to be some city with its bright
.electric signs. The opera house sign
ought to attract and draw a crowd to
the taiking pictures tonight Monday,
^he pictures themselves should draw
! the crowds, they are the original
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Santa Claus' Postoftice.
; Santa Claus will again this year
| make Robinson's Ten Cent store his
headquarters, and he has established
| what he calls Santa Claus* postoffice
there. Little girls and boys may now
j write him telling him what is most
j desired and write their names on back
of envelope, bring to The Ten Cent
j store and mail in Santa Claus' post
office. No stamps are needed, as ne nas
j made arrangement with Mr. Robinson
I to deliver his mail free of charge.
Santa Clans has finished his work on
all toys and tlhey have already arrived
at The Ten Cent store. Next Monday
they will be placed on the counters
and shelves of this big store and
, the little girls and boys can go and
! take mama and papa to see the many
! pretty things Santa Claus is go
ing to give his children this year.
Don't forget to write him a letter
; this week and mail it in his postoffice
; at Robinson's Ten Cent store.?-Adv.
' COUNTY TEACHERS INSTITUTE.
To Be Held December 4-6?A Fine
I'roeram?All Teachers Expected
The county teachers' institute will
hp hplri in rhp hi eh school buildine in
! Xewberrv on December 4-0. The
county boarci of education hopes that
every teacher in the county will arrange
to attend the institute, beginning
on the evening of December 4th.
It is understood that all teachers,
who attend, will be given pay for
; Friday, the same as if they taught
school. An interesting program lias
been arranged for this meeting, which
j will be printed in Friday's issue of
The Herald and News.
The Municipal Election.
The Democratic primary election
which will be held on Tuesday, November
25?wlhich will be today, Tuesday?now
claims attention. According
to announcements in The Herald
i and News the situation is as follows.
; For mayor, Mr. Z. F. Wright has
i In Ward 1, Alderman P. F. Baxter
is nnrtnspd hv Mr. J. Cheslev Domi
In Ward 2, Mr. J. R. Green is a
! candidate for election as alderman.
Also H. H. Abrams.
I In Ward 3, 'Alderman C. T. Summer
In Ward 5, Mr. W. H. Hardeman is
unopposed for alderman.
In Ward 4, Alderman E. L. Rodelsperger
is opposed by Mr. C. M. West.
Mr. L. G. Eskridge, from Ward 4,
and J. Y. Jones, from Ward 5, are
announced as candidates for school
Hot Supper at Smyrma.
The ladies of Smyrna cTnurch will
have a hot supper Thanksgiving day
at Mr. Vernon Wilson's. Services'at
the church at 3 o'clock, when a collection
will be taken for the orphanage,
and then the hot supper will be
from 4 till 10. All are cordially invited
Snndy School Convention.
The following is the program for
the Sunday school workers at the
First Baptist church on Sunday afternoon,
November 30, at 3 o'clock.
The Sunday School as an Evanglizing
Force?Rev. E. D. Kerr.
The Relation of the Pastor to ?he
Sunday School?Rev, E. Fulenwider.
The Relation of the Church to the
Sunday School?Rev. A. M. Gardner.
How to Keep Them There?Rev. E.
Music by members of the different
"They tell me Jim Aull is married.'*
That was tihe interesting and bright
bit of news flashed from one to another
up and down the street Monday
morning, just after the event had first
become known. The sparkling information
thrilled che hearts of the
friends of the two parties to the-contract,
and the nerves groups of interested
people tingled with delight as
they heard of this latest important affair
in tihe history of the city, for Mr.
James L. Aull and Miss Anita Davidson.
two very popular young people,
had just come from tfte college,
where on Monday morning at 10
o'clock they were united in marriage
by the Rev. J. Henry Harms, president
of Newberry college, at his residence
on the campus.
j It was another of those quiet little
'affairs without elaborate.surroundings.
Amid the congratulations and well
wishes of their friends the happy couple
left on the 11.38 Southern train for
Columbia, their toome.
! The bride is the attractive and
winsome daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
R. Davidson, and the groom is a son
of Col. E. H. Aull, all of Newberry
city. One of the highest forms of
complimens these days to say of a
man is that he is all right. In the
full acceptation of the term "Jas. L.
Aull is all right.'* May he and his
bride have many years of happiness
! and prosperity in the days t'hat are
, to come.
Roprfv River Association.
The quarterly meeting of the Woman's
Missionary union of the Reedy
River association will be held on Friday,
November 28th, with tfte Saluda
church at Chappells.
! It is hoped that the societies will
! send not only delegates with t&eir
' reports, but as many of their members
as can attend.
j The following is the program.
Devotional exercise?Mrs. Asbill.
Greetings?Mrs. A. P. Coleman.
Response?Mrs. T. H. Garrett.
Enrollment of delegates.
TV>o imnnrtnnrp nf each SOCietV
I X UV iJJiJk/V/t w - ?
j sending delegates to each quarterly
j and State meeting and of contributing
! to all causes fostered by our W. M. U.
! by Mrs. W. H. Hunt, superintendent.
I Tidings from each society by the
Mission Study- Mrs. Joel R'ce.
Why Carit Y
One of r.
T\yf^? t I a/: r
middea l.uuisc auu v lua ^uuu
Special Prizes Last We
Gilder & Weeks
& Co, Give Pri
Miss Louise Counts had first choice
of the prizes for last week, preferring i
the photos, given by 0. & T. E. Salter,
photographers. Miss Vida Counts,
second, chose the ladies dress skirt,
valued at $5.00 given by Copeland
Bros. The third prize, a gold and
1 bronze clock given by Robinson's a
and 10 cent store, was won by Mrs.
Geo. Senn. Miss Louise Counts made
a close run for third place.
'mis contest :s sini young?111 its
infancy in fact?but-now is your important
time lO get a thorough campaign
planned. Do tt.iis early and get
(ahead of any possible lival. 'ine
prize will go to those turning in the
largest number of votes. No favors
will be shown any one in the race. In
this way every contestant has an
equal chance to win.
! It is to your interest to get out and
hustle for subscriptions, job work, or
See your friends?those you can see, ;
and write to those you can not see, j
and urge them to help "boost up",
Three Special Offers.
First1?"tab work or printing.'* For
every thirty-five dollars in orders for
job work or advertising to be done in
the future, and not to count for work
already done or contract advertisers,
turned in, we will give 100,000 extra
The King's Business?Mrs. J. H.1
Round Table (practical)?Mrs. E. P.
! Praise Service?Mrs. M. B. Clink- j,
I Echoes From the State W. M. U..
meeting at Anderson?Mrs. Welch, '
Mrs. Garrett and otFhers. 1
Standard of Excellence and Recommendations
of Associational Executive
i Personal Service?Mrs. M. B. Clinkscales.
i The Jubilate Fund?Mrs. Robt.
J. W. A. and Sunbeam Conference.
THE SEWS OF PROSPERITY.
Old Maids Convention?Happy Marriage?Thanksgiving
, . ?Personal.
Prosperity, Nov. 24.?Miss Lucy
Wheeler, of Columbia, spent Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L.
Dr. P. E. Timm, of McCormick,
spent the week-end at the Wise hotel.
Mrs. T. A. Dominick and little
daughter have returned from a visit
to Greers, S. C.
Mrs. Jake Dominick, of Kinards, visited
her sister, Mrs. C. T. Wyche, last
Mrs. L. C. Merchant and children
spent t).ie week-end at Slighs.
Mrs. L. A. Black has as her guests
Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Battle, of Charlotte,
' Mrs. J. B. Bedenbaugh. of Pomaria,
spent last week with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Werts.
i Mr. J. B. Ballentine has returned
from a short stay in Chapin.
Mr. J. D. Quattlebaum has goWto
the Western mule market to purchase ;
a car of mules.
Mr. Miles Holland Eleazer, of Cha- j
pin, and Miss Katie Ola Shealy were '
.married at the home of the bride's i
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Shealy, |
near Little Mountain, November 20, '
Rev. E. W. Leslie, pastor of the
Mr. A. B. Wise will attend the ,
Sl'.iriners meeting in Sumtter Thanks- '
giving day. i
Misses Rosa Mae Mitchell and Mary I
Lizzie Wise, of Columbia College, will j
spend Thanksgiving at home.
One hour and a half of fun and mer-1
riment will be afforded those who attend
"The Old Maids convention" giv- i
" - f i-i? TT n n
en luider the auspices 01 tne u. u.
at the town hall Friday evening, at j
8 o'clock. Admission 10 and 15c.
Thanksgiving service wiil be conducted
Thanksgiving day by Rev. E.
j\V. Leslie,-pastor at Grace church at
' 10.30 a. m., and at Mt. Tabor at
3 p. m; At both services offerings
will be received for the Lutheran
Orphan Home at Salem, Va. Every?
body cordially invited to attend.
f The Young People's' society of j
Grace church will give a public meet-1
: mg Sunday evening at 7.30. An address
will be delivered by Rev. C. H.
Nabers, the subject being Jerusalem.
The \V. C. T. T. meet Tuesday af[
ternoon at 3 o'clock in Grace church.
Public cordially invited. j
ou Win I
ts and Mrs. Geo. Senn Won
ek. E. M. Lane & Co.,
and J. T. Mayes
zes this Week
Second. "New subscrptions." For j
every fifteen one year new subscrip
tions, we will give 75,000 extra votes.
Tiiird. 'Renewals." For twenty-five
one year renewals of subscriptions, we '
will g.ve *.j,ouu exa-a votes.
Merchants l*iie i'rizes.
The prizes u.iis week will be award-1
ed to the three contestants turning in
the most cash by 12 o'clock Saturday,
E. AT. Lane Grocery company are
giving a prize consisting of assorted i
groceries, Chase and Sandorn's seal I
brand conee and tea and Beachnut j
Gilder and Weeks, our ever gen-!
erous friend is again giving a prize
in The Herald and News contest
November 29?your choice of a box |
of stationery or a fountain pen. The
third prize :s a sack of U. S. A. brand
flour given by J. T. Mayes & Co.
The contest >r manager wishes to
inanK tne many merchants or dewberry
for the interest and generosity
shown in the contest being conducted
by The Herald and News.
Standing of Contestants.
Louise Melton 133,500
Mrs. R. C. Boyleston 132,750
Katie Spence 133,750
Georgia Reynolds 124,500
Elraina Long 135,000
Prosperity, No. 6.
Louise Counts 382,000
Mrs. Geo. Senn .372,000
Miss Vida Counts 443,750
Everything in the line of staple
groceries may be found a: J. T.. Mayes
Gilder & Weeks Pharmacy is giv
ins a Dr-ze asain this week in The
Herald and News contest.
One of the prizes this week in The
Herald and News contest is an assortment
of groceries giwen by E. M. Lane
Cotton ginned in Newberry county to
November 14, 1913. according to report
o ffederal government, 27,614
bales. Same time last year 24, 957.
The Ladies lAid society of Central
Methodist church will meet Tuesday
afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The Bachelor Maids will meet with
Miss Florence Bowman Tuesday afternoon
at 4 o'clock.
There will be an organ recital in
the Aveleigh Presbyterian church Friday
evening the 28th at 7.30 o'clock.
The public is cordially invited to attend.
The program follows:
Offectoire Maestoso Read.
Offertoire Maetoso Read
Miss Maeie Dominick.
The Light of Heavens Own Day?
Festival March Hatton
Bercuese from Joselyn Godard
Pilgrims Chorus Wagner
The Lord is My Shepherd.. .. Smart
Miss HiDD. Miss Williamson. Dr. Set
" " ' ' 9
zler, Mr. Williams.
Ppnerince Frances Martin
Lord God Omnipotent Wagner !
0 Sanctissima Freidrick Lux
Miss Mazie Dominick.
March in C Rosenkranz
THE REPRESENTATIVE for the
Traymore Tailoring company will
be with Ewart-Perry Co., Tuesday,
November 25th. Let him take your
measure for a Christmas suit.
FOR SALE?Having made more farm
supplies than I need, will sell 50
tons fine peavine hay, baled or un[
baled, $20 a ton; 500 bushels sound
home-raised corn, $1.15; 7,000 nice- ]
ly cured bundles of fodder, $1.50 a;
hundred pounds: 400 bales nicely I
cured oat straw in bales. Better
not wait. These things are going j
i higher vet. D. L. Boozer, Kinards,1
(By. Robt. McC. Holmes j. 1
Good middling 13%
(By Summer Bros. Co.)
Cotton seed 45
Cotton seed 1.45
Good middling 13V6
Cotton seed 1.50
Good middling 13
Cotton seed 34
Good middling 13 1-2
Cotton seed 40
Good middling 33%
Cotton seed 32
^ . .. 1 13 1-16
Cotton seed 1.52
Good middling. 13
Cotton seed 45
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for lew
than 25 cents.
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 in good running shape. H. W.
Bowles, Whitmire, S. C.
WASTED?severa hogs weighing
about 100 to 125 pounds. See us before
you sell any kind of cattle or
hogs. The Cash Grocery, nJ. M. Lane
& Co. Phone 110 or 212.
POULTRY WANTED?Hens, 11 eta.
per pound, roosters, young, 7cts.;
chicks, 14 cts., Highest prices for
egg'j. Player & Graham.
WE SELL THE STAE PEA thrasher
the thrasher that does the Wfrk,
OXE SOLID CAR Y. Crimp and patent
Lock roofing just received, get pur
prices and save money. JobusonMcCrackin
SlHTirS TJVER PILLS?Vnr thA T-ft
lief of Torpid Liver, Sick Headache,
Biliousness, Dizziness, Dyspepsia,
Sour Stomach, Ingestion, Loss of
Sleep, Malarial Poison, etc. Price
per box 25 doses 25c. Mail orders so- / ?
licited. p. E. Way, Druggist, Newberry,
FOR -SALE?Vacant lot corner of
Johnstone and Glenn streets, in
it, _ TTTill Vrt. nnl rl
uxe Uliy U1 iUCVVUCMJ'. Y? ill UC OU1U
at public outcry at the court house
the first Monday in December. B. L.
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 MonJ
r\ ? v.** ? T> T
day in i^cveuiuer. ?. ovuwi
TBS we sell Patent Lock VCrimp
BE SURE AND SEE our single and
DOUBLE BOW STAIK CUTTERS.
WE SELL NO. 10 plo^j points for 20c.
GET A BOX TODAY?guaranteed.
Price 25c None better nor just as
1 O lit.). T mil. f/xa xhIa
gOOa. OI ill ill 5 AJivcx j"ixis iui saio
by P. E. Way, druggist, Newberry,
FOR SALE?One second-hand buggy
and harness, run about one year.
Cost $120, will sell for $~0. Jno.
B. Mayes. It.
NOTICE TO AD WRITERS?Be sure *
to get in your ads in Mayes' ad-writ
ing contest before December 1st, as
j that is the last day. Mayes Book
and Variety store. It.
LOST?Pair nose glasses in case with
goid chain to fasten in hair. Lost in
High Point, Pope street. Finder >
please return to this office. Reward
if returned. It.
? /v ? "-t r\ "WIT
t'UK Kfc.Vl ? i'fte uan wens xiuuse,
corner .Johnson and Glenn St. Anne
FOR RE>T?Farm sixteen acres, with
house and buildings adjoining
Newberry college, in good condition.
Apply H. 0. Hollowav, attorney.