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VOLUME LII, SOIBER 46 >*EWRERRY S f FRIDW irvr i?> ton
ln""KI' U f KIDAi> " M" lnu- TWICE A WEEK, *U# A TEAS.
L COMME >CE31K>T ( LOSES
, itfed.il Contest?Prizes Awarded?Decrees
The commencement exercises in
Xewberrv college came to a close on
Wednesday morning '\ hen th) !9
members of *i;e senio,- class rviceivod
their i-ipi mas and medals and ho nors
On Monday there were exercises at
the college by members of the gradu
ating class which was a new feature
in the exercises. The class poem and
ether makers pertaining to the class
were pulle.'i off.
On Monday night the junior contest
in oratory was held. This is always
an interesting part of the proceedings
j and the opera house was tilled to its
[ capacity uespue ixic s>vaicjmg vendition
of the weataer. During the
delivery of tie second speech the fire
alarm was sounded but the young
man and the audience behaved beauti
fully. He went on with his speech
and the audience d"id not get frightened.
It turned out to be only some
n ???^ ? ?? <-V?A oirari m O Cx inct
1)111511 UUlUlUg UUl mc ou iuwuv juuv
the same awful noise it would havt
made if the whole town had been oa
fire. The automobiles rushed through
the crowded streets as if the occupants
were absolutely essential to the
saving of the town. The wonder is
that some one was not run over. For^
tunately no one was injured and no
w damage was done by the fire nor by
the alarm. _
ine lUUOWlUg proglitiumc Itao
carried out by the juniors:
P. L. Bou'knight?iThe Vision of Life.
T. iF. Suber?Justice Delayed, 'Technicality
F. B. Lingle?The Age of Service,
w T. "Willc?.'National Prohibition.
J. E. Long?The Responsibility of
the College Graduate.
J. P. Derrick?The Spirit o? Our
_ 4 ^National Brotherhood.
x t _rr>iq Dnlo r\f Roa.
LA. ?? CSOliigC- "1UC lwuic ut ikvw
E. H. Seckinger?-Tie Course of
iThe committee of judges decided iu
favor of Mr. J. P. Dern'ck and tl\e
medal was awarded to mm oy tne ftev.
J. W. Carson.
W On Tuesday morning the alumni address
was delivered by Mr. C. L. Tra1
? bert, of Oakland, Cal., a member of
the class of 1895. Mr. Trabert spoke
on he importance of conservation
of our resources, not only the material
Tescurces but our human resources
as well. It was a plain and practical
address and contained many valuable
and important statements and facts.
After the address a meeting of the
association was held and the follow,
5ng officers elected for the next year:
President?Dr. J. B. Setzler, of Xewberry.
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Vice president?R. C. Counts, of Columbia.
Secretary?B. C. Monroe, cf Xewberry.
Troo on ror Tv "R Sptzlpr of XeW
> Orator for 191 r??E. B. Houseal, of
Newark, N. J.
The address before the literary so*
cieties on Tuesday evening was to
have bew delivered by the Hon. A. F.
Lever MB he found that he could not
leave V^|hingt:n at this time and the
1 Rev. J. Horine at tae last moment
consented to make the speech.
At he conclusion of the exercises
at the cpe'a house the annual banquet
?? the alumni was held in the vacant
store room in the McCaughrin block.
# The dinner was served by the Calvin
Crozier chapter and was greet!y enjoyed
by the 200 or more p-'ese it. The
Rev. H. A. McCu'lough presided as
toastmaster and short talks were
made by the Dr. .!. C. Seegars,
* of Columbia; Dr. G"o B. Cr n: -v. o;
Xevvberry; Col. V,". H. Hunt. (;f Xewl
terry: Col. .Jno. P Hobbs; ot X -i[
York; the Rev. V. H. Hiller, < :" Co|
lunftia: Mayor Z. F. Wright, of Xew
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^Columbia. Altogether it was a very
Wednesday 111 :rning was the class
oay. The following is the programme
Oi the speakers:
Miss Ethel Jones?Salutatory.
Carl D. Weimar?'National Honor.
Wade H. Dutton?Watchful Waitin
I R bert K. vri.^e?Vocational irai>
. Daniel F. Barber?The Pace That
The following is the list of the
graduates in the class of tiiiis year:
Bachelor of Arts Degree?Daniel
Felder Barber, Cameron, S. C.; Nevin
Macaulay Biser, Frederick, Md.; Her
I ten F. E. Bultman, Sumter, S. C.;
] Wade Hampton Dutton, Leesville. S.
('.; D. Ellis Efird, Lexington, S. C.;
Richard Clark Floyd, Xewberry, S. C.;
Robert Leslie Hipp, ' Elloree, S. C.;
Edward R. Hipp. Xewberry, S. C.;
Harry Edgar Isenh-ur, Concord. X.
C.; .Julia Ethel Jones. Xewberv, S. C.;
Joseph L. Keitt, .Jr.. Newberry, s. u.;
Arthur Boland Lindler. Little Mountain,
S. C.; Murry Wheeler Rikard,
Newberry, S. (".; George Abney <Stoudemayer,
Batesburg, S. ('.; Carl D.
Weimar. Jacksonville, Fla.; Robert
j King Wise, Prosperity, S. C.
tfac.ieior 01 science uegree?rieasant
L. K. Deaton, Statesville, X. C.;
Albert Harry Tim in, Augusta, Ga.
Select Course?Louis Herbert Wink,
X.rth Augusta. S. C.
The following medals were awarded,
the first honor of the class going
to Mr. Bultman, of Sumter, and the
second honor to Miss Jones, of Newberry;
Greek inedal to Miss Geneva
Thornton, of Newberry; German medal,
to Miss Leila Dennis, of Newherry,
with honorable mention o? W. G.
Houseal, of Newberry; history medal
to H. F. E. Bultman, of Sumter; phil
.soph}* medal to W. H. Dutton, of
Leesville; mathematics medal of P. L.
K. Deaton, of Statesville, N. C.; Freshman
medal to Julius J. Dreiier, of Irmo,
with honorable mention of E. ,1. j
Dickert, of Newberry; essay medal to
H. F. E.' Bultman, of Sumter. All of
the medals were announced by Presi
cient Harms except the philosophy
medal which was presented by Dr. W.
W. Daniel, of Columbia college.
Col. John F. Hobbs, of New York,
presented to the college museum the
suit which he wore when he was
shipwrecked some years ago someAWA
ir* fllA K C 'in Tclon^C
aci C IAI/WU Hi 1.11^ UUUIU KJ^CL &C1UUUW
and when he floated for two days before
he was picked up by the natives
of one of the cannibal tribes.
He also offered a silver loving cup
to that student in any class of the
college wpo maintained the highest
average in scholarship during the
Dr. Harms announced that the trus-1
tees had conferred the master of arts j
degree on the Rev. Perry Edgar j
STiealy, of Newb,erry, and t>he Rev. |
John Baxter Moose, of Richfield, N. \
C., and en Mr. G. Leland Summer, of j
Newberrry, and that the degree of j
Doctor of Divinity had been conferred j
on the Rev. J. W. Horine, of Colum- ;
bia. Roanoke college at Salem, Va.,
also conferred the same degree 011 Dr.
n V? i/>i A? f tlTAAlf
nurme uun^g uns picscui. nccn.
In delivering the diplomas to the i
class o:' 1914 and parting with them i
Dr. Harms spoke in part as follows:
Invest your life. All of you understand
that word. It is the word borrowed
from tne banki.g house. It is j
taken from the market place. When ;
a man invests his money, he "wants to j
know what returns he shall receive. ;
If you if.v*st your life, have a right to j
ook for i: o pay you good returns. ;
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Most assuredly you siiomu mun. iui ;
the business you will engage in to pay j
you. I do not mean financial gain
alone. Ycu have a right to look to
that, to expect a living from any profession
you may enter. As for finan- j
cial return, I should say ti:at you have j
a right conception for the use of j
money. I should urge you to go out i
today with a clear and definite pur- ;
pose to make all the money you can. |
1 wish! i could ordain you to t'aat life
of Christian benevolence and unselfishness.
Your profession ought to
urn is a you a living, but it ought i'">
io that. If the only thing,
; ;? >u get cut of your business vi 11 jc .
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i i -v. exrava.^a :ce ana iaAui>, ?. j
.o'.;ii - v <t;* \ -i;* ?vas p.. i" ^
1 , - r , 1 tf . r-%1* '
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ji.; ilv w r' 1 ;:;-i ;
I lrs;j him.-- It":" What .\v want > au Lo
I .rave is inor-- tna:i a iv.ng, aior - than ;
i iuxurv. What \v ? .v:;ni or vou is litV
i tor, :
*'It is life whereof < r nerves are i
j More life and fuller we .vouid want." |
Here you are capped and gowned ;
j ready to invest your li e. Wiie-e did j
i you get that life, that richness 01' iiu\ i
i vulture, purpose and ambition ? Every-;
! ne of you is the editr*. c- -oiwc '
proud and wonderful affection. Your
home, your parents, your friends,
your college and all the ages conspire
to make yju rich a-ad ready for tje
race for which you start today. The
only question is not what you will
i orpt nut. of vour life, the other uues
I O'? - tion
is how much will others get out
of it. Do the thing that will pay you
best in times of this larger and fuller
life, and do the thir.g that will pay
in handsome measure the home that
sheltered you, the friends that loved
you. the college that built you, and
the sood God who invests in you the
j sacrifice of his son.
| Dr. Harms made some announce|
i '.ents as to the college during the
j } ast. year and sp ke of the future and
! ilie plans and expressed his apprecia|
lion of the many Main esses of the
J people of Xewberry and the kindly ini
tfrest which had always been taken
| in the college by the Xewberry people.
He thanked the college orcnesira iui
tli excellent music during all of the
commencement exercises and then nrounced
that the commoncement of
1914 was closed in due form.
CAPT. \y. G. WEBB
A Friend's Tribute to a Splendid Van
To the Editor of The News and
The passage from this temporal existence
to the life eternal of Capt.
W. G. Webb marks the departure of
him whose loss, while irreparable to
his cherished wife and beloved children,
deprives our city of one o: the
highest examples of devotion to the
trust reposed in him in the business
world, of performance of civic duties,
obedience to law, reverence for religion
and kindly consideration and
regard for his fellow man. He was a
man of great moral courage, and having
high conceptions of right living lie
dared maintain them, but always endeavored
ty effect results with srac
ious courtesy and winning gentleness.
During his last weeks of wasting illness
:<he tribute to these noble attributes
was attested by the solicitous
enquiries of hundreds of devoted admires
whose concern for his health
was accompanied with sincerest wishes
tha: he might be spared for the en??
i - i /\? OA Viio f d
IIUliiiiucu^c vYxii\^ii ijixo
and practices exerted upon all who
came in contact with him.
He 'held no high position in the affairs
of State nor on :he marts of
trade; no politician, statesman, nor
moneyed magnate was he), (but an
humble, worthy citizen whose loss to
:his city is greater at this particular
time when we need so distressingly
God-fearing, law-abiding men?patriots
of the people among the people
who unselfishly guide them to right
lor that riglr is right and to follow
right is wisdom in me scorn ui wusequence
and w':io do not mislead them
for personal aggrandizement.
Some years ago upon the resignation
from the depar ment of State of
a modest but worthy employee, Secretary
Elihu Root wote to him:
"Your labors have been inconspicuous
and of a cha *acter to attract
lit lie public atte. tion, and you can't,
expect much public appreciation of
them, but they have been appreciated
by everybody in ihe State department
and by all who have had occasion to
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Decorne icLiuniixi wiiii we "umiiio withe
bureau o: citizenship, and that
should je for yourself a basis of enduring
So it was wit'1. lamented Cipt. W"bb.
He never s .;iit t.ie limelight; he
. -.)ire<: o no office or" ^:iin or power;
ae bad no desire to attract pub-ic
i L.v'iltiJLl. rv< ; ;uu . > .>t a.>?
ill lis w o *i :. u :ih!ii ill
Protej ing o' khid y artsiin.?
l1 ;.i j it- or t c^n'orl.
curing tlve iZ years of his unswerving
:cyu::y :.S o.ni,Io;>v"s .i- e n iuctor,
. ;ici n - v ho cum*' wi hill
tiiv? *ir<*h2 01 his :a/ reaching influence
.'or rivio betterment and improved
u--..vvv of ,iis worthiness*
r.ppnciuii'ti -:is value and now that
he is n; more will .hank God for his
^ooii "xomple a:iu pray for him that
plenteous reward whica, u 11 thought of
and unsought by him on earth, he so
rii h!v deserves in Heaven. A Friend.
Char!-- sion. June '. 11* 14.
THE NEWS OF WHITHIKE
Mail Carrier Appointed?Candidates!
Aroiiud? People (Joinir and Coming:.
Special 'o The Herald and News.
Whitmire, June 11.?-Mr. James Ab-j
rams a d Mr. Pearl Herren have re-!
turned from Greenwood, where tiiey;
have been attending Bailey's Military I
:.\r. nassen .\iiuor, .\ir. naymona 1
Abrams, Miss Drucie Smith and Miss i
Xelle Fridy are expected to go to j
Columbia next Sunday and spend tiie
day with Miss Alma Lupo.
Mr. A. J. Holt has sold the Ideal
i moving picture theatre to Mr. W. H. i
; Rasor. and lias bought two theatres
i lit Greenwood.
Mrs. J. M. Fridy and son, Carlisle,
I have returned from Gray Court.
I Mr. C. C. Smith has returned from j
j Piedmont. He has been appointed
j mail carrier on R. F. D. So. 2.
Miss Ella Howell, of Union, is now
+ + ^\r ti r n; n I
V1.ML1U5 X1CI dlOLCly \V . VV . \JTllliam.
Mr. W. F. Howard, of Augusta, has
returned to Waitmire ,to again take
charge of the weaving department of
the Glenn Lowry Cotton mills.
Miss Lena Young returned Tues!
Hov from Qf r\m n Qnri n cr? urharo cliO
| JJLCA.J 11 V/ilL ?? ?Vi V ?JUV
I has been drinking the mineral water
! for her health.
j Mrs. T. M. Cobb, of Green wcod, is j
j now visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J H. G. Meyer.
} Dr. and Mrs. P. B. Hilton have re- j
| turned from Rufcherfordton, N. C.,
j where they have been visiting Mrs.
j Hilton's parents.
Miss Sudie Owens has returned to
her home in Clinton.
| Mr. C. D. Fortner, candidate for rail|
road commissioner, was intown Sunj
day visiting his brotuer, 'W. .J. Fort.
ner. Mr. Fortner is the author of the
Fortner bill to prohibit white people
. from teaching in negro schools and ,
j negroes ircm teacning in winte
i schools, which passed the house anJ j
! died in the senate.
j Miss Emily Cassin, of Atlanta, Ga.,
! is visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Cole|
man. rVTr. William Co'eman is now in
! New York on business.
Mr. Slig'li, of Dysons, was in tow.i j
Wednesday trying to sell Mr. Percy j
MEETING OF CHEMISTS
I .Vnnfh SiontJnn tn H/ilH Vir<?l
^ V'VU VU \;MI vuui* K'VVWV" I" aaviu * >'
j The South Carolina section of the i
J American Chemical society will hold;
j its first meeting LeConte college,;
I PnlnmViio Inna 10 at S Thprp
j VjUiUXUUitt, UJliV (AL V v/ VAVSV/**. A - V* V ?
are 22 members in South Carolina. j
.The programme is as follows:
T. E. Keitt, "An Incompatibility in j
'Fertilizer Mixing;" R. X. Brackett, j
"Decrease of Available Phosphoric I
I Acid in Mixing Fertilizer Containing [
! Arid Ph snhate ;nul Calcium Cyan- i
| amid;" YV .T. Pearce, "The Precipita-j
tion (>:' Sulphuric Acid in the Pres'
erice of Thorium;" J. b'. Mills, brie.':
| report of the Cincinnati meeting of
i the American Chemi^-al society; T. E.;
j Keitt, 'Two Partially Compensating j
' Sources of Error in ti.e Official Meth- j
| ed for Determining Potash." R. N. j
! Brackett, "The Effect of Mixing
i Groifnd Limestone ! With Acid
j Phosphate on the Availability of
, Phosphoric Acid," W. T. Pearce, "The j
' ~ * " *-* r> !
j SOlUDllliy or Strontium oruiuiue iu
Strontium Nitrate and Potassium j
Ferrocyanide in Sodium Ferrocyanide. |
A study c: the t of .Common '
! Ion< or Supposed (lommo'i lor.? on tie '
' i!i i-:s of Salt*;' E. Mills.
The Lienv'or: a"e: R. X. Bracks'*.
. r. :t. J. T. Foy. L). H Henry.
IC F. T. K. K itt J. H. .Mitch-'
t !I. W. T Pc-arof C!'-n:s n
'! or'f A. it-iist of viiv -nv: . [}. ii.
(' irt'- ds:- of Clinton. ii. K. Ciiazal, |
.. \Vi?lia:n rNVbort.-'on and F. L. Parker'
Oi Char' -Ton. S. G:-o(;-r;rz? -
town, ind \Y. I). B:;rn--y. .lames R.
< rain. secretary, M. L. Hanahan, .? !
Fs Mills. Boydeii Nims, P. Stickley,
A. C. Summers a.:ii 13. a. Vandiver o: j
You aro cordially invited .> a inusi-;
ca] entertainment an;: ice cream resj
tlval at tiie honic of Mrs. L N". B ot'.i,
.Friday nig'.U. J.ne l-tli. .
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THE NEWS OF WW ARIA
Heath of Mrs. J. I). Shea I y?VVeddingr
Hells Soott?C'lni? Rolls.
Special ;o lne Herald. ana .News.
Poinaria, .June 11.?This community
was saddened by the news of the
death of Mrs. .Ino. I). Shealy who died
at her home near here on Monday
night, at 11:3"> o'clock. Her remains
tt'aV A f/\ r? /"\ r* * a ^'a! 1 rr /l n T?
jam lu iwi Liic ionuwuig uaj
in St. Pauls burial ground in tine presence
of a large concourse of relatives
and friends who had gathered to pay
their last tribute of respect to one
whom t.iey loved so well. The funeral
services were conducted by the paster,
Rev. Y. von A. Riser, assisted by Revs.
.] j. urns ana r. ti. sneaiy. Mrs.
S.:ea!y was before her marriage a Miss
Dickert. On March ^0. 1867, she and
Mr. Shealv were happily married and
unto them were born seven children,
.ive sons and two daughters, as follows:
Mrs. T. A. Setzler, Mrs. J. W.
Alovvinp "VTr T, \ Shpalv rvf Prvmari:i
Mr. James P. Shealy. of Newberry,
Messrs. Charlie, Edwin and Ernest
Shealy, of Columbia. She is also survived
by 19 grandchildren and one
brother, Mr. Willie Dickert, of At
lanta, Ga. She was 66 years, eight
months and 10 days of age. Mrs.
Shealy will be greatly missed in the
community, in the (home and in the
church of "which she so faithfully served
from early childhood.
Mr. W. W. Berley, and his son, Robert,
have just returned from a visit
to Clemson college.
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Mr. \V. B. Counts has also returned
from a visit tc Clemson college.
Vr sriri iVTrs T AT Wprt? nf Prns
perity are visiting their daughter, Mrs.
J. B. Bedeubaugh, of Pomaria.
Mrs. H. P. Wedaman has just returnpH
from a nlpasiint visit to XinP
Little; Elnora Richards, of Columibia.
is visiting her uncle, Mr. J. B.
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J-Vlr. .Joel Berly, wkio graduated from j
Clerason college last session, after
spending a few weeks with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Berly, will
return to that institution where he j
win engage in worK. Mr. tseny is a
bright and industrious young man. He
has the best wishes cf the entire community
for a bright future.
Mr. Sid Stoudemayer's little son is
very sick with typhoid fever at this
writing, but hope that he will be imnrovinsr
Capt. Geo. W. Swygert is very fee-1
ble at Mr. W. W. Berly's where he is
making 'his home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stansell, of
Belton, are visiting Mrs. Stansell's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Young.
Quite a number of our people in and
around Pomaria attended commencement
at Newberry college this week.
Wp arp listening at an earlv date to
hear f' om the hilltop a beautiful j
sound of t'.ie bell, not the farm" bell, I
not the church bell, but the bell of \
tr.e solemn sound that unites two
hearts to beat as one.
1 have been requested to announce
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mat tne L'em ;cruuc ciuu i un uuua ui
Pomaria precinct will be found at lhe
Setzler Co.'s store trough the week
and at the Bank of Pomaria on Saturday
afternoons. This is a very important
matter and all the voters
should write their names on the club
wp hsvp had nice rains in and
around here recently and tae crops are
showing a wonderful come out for the
nasi rVw days.
Miss Kt'aei Seybt has gone to Sa- I
vanr.&h. G:i.. to art as bridesmaid i'or f
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Miss (? :v- 'j aim.
Rev. R. H Livinzston, f Oas-0!i. is j
' . r ..''ituv.i; i - rh!^ w?m'!i!inirv !
TimvKLi. i> i>i:>11;i> S;\IL
>Hj>rpi!ic <ourt Itennes \ion ;
in (jlreenvillc (??se.
N>v:s and C airier.
.Inno S.?Tho supreme*
court in an order today by Chief
lustier* Gary denied the application for
bail made by attorneys for Geo. W.
Tidwell. who was convicted several
days a so \>\ Green villi on the charge
of manslaughter and sentenced to
rv - li' y- ;trs in the penitentiary.
Florence Man (iiven Life Sentene#?
Reached by Consent*
The Sta e.
Florence, June 9.?Accepting a verdict
of guilty of murder with recommendation
to mercy, Howard Clark of
this county today was sentenced to
life imprisonment for t'.ie murder of
his wine, Anita Parrott Clark, at their
plan ation near this city last spring.
The case came to trial at the court
of general sessions here today. At the
ciose ol uie,testimony 01 tne state the
attorneys fir the defense offered to
accept a verdict of guilty with recmmendation
to mercy, without putting
in any evidence. The attorneys
tor the State agreed to his and recommended
to the jury that they render
their verdict accordingly. Ju^ge
S. W. G. Shipp then submited the
case to the jury, who retired and after
10 or 15 minutes' deliberation returned
a verdict of guilty with recommendation
Judge Shipp sentenced the man to
life imprisonment in the State penitentiary.
Clark received the sentence
in his usual calm manner. Not the
least emorion did he show, even
though Judge Shipp spoke of tlhe regret
he felt in having to perform this
duty, on account of friendship for the
young man's fa her, the late Fred
Clark, at one time representative in
the house from Florence county, '
It was thought the plea of the defense
would be insanity, but this wa?
abandoned after a number of experts
frad been called here to examine the
accused, among them being Dr. Babcock
It is understood that the agreement
as to the verdict was conditioned
upcn a fur her agreement tiiat thero
would be no attempt made to secur?
a pardon. The indictment charges
murder and alleged a premeditated
killing by means of a pistol shot arwf
by strychinine poisoning. The testimony
produced was sensational and
The jury was completed - by 11
o'clock this morning. Judge Shipp
subjected each juryman presented to
an examination on his vjir dire and
a number were rejected before the
panel was made up. The box was
a n.. ....ul ^
niriiiy iuiea wim iv<*viu vriess, uicin^n,
and the rest of the panel consisting
o: Tcm Wood, M. F. McLau?':lin,
S. W*. C:oper Lonie 0. Creel, E. B.
Gaskins, Sum Crawford, Eli Norwood,
W. A. Goodchild, E. H. Childers, G. T.
AMerson and .J. K. f. weicn.
The court room was crowded to its
utmost capacity throughout the morning
and the air was stale and intensely
A Clemson Graduate.
Cadet Joel A. Berly. of Pornaria,
IS. C., Newberry county, was among
the Clemson graduates this year in
the agricultural course. He made
good record while at school. Joel
was a good and obedient boy at home
and school, and has cultivated the
rtTirtlifiAf. u'KinK o ir-Aiirity
ill <1X1 y maul) quaiitico n uiv,n a.
man should possess. He stood high
in his class, was on the hoiior roll,
held the various offices in the military
department, is a man of ability and
ambition, and has made that preparation
which will be a greater earning
aDiiiiy in tne ruiure.
GOES TO DEWBERRY.
Clin "on Chronicle, 4th.
Mr. A. I j. Lock wood, who has been
COllIlrC'teU Willi .:<* ou:mici u utu
Tt"-lep.i.:ne Company here for he past
nine years as manager. was on Monday
:r:i:ist>rr<;d to Newberry and Mr.
.J. II Tilly, nia .a^cr at that exchange
K-- >11- .;*ii rr> mK'ff't'd Mr.
, k wood.
Mr. L ckwood has made? a very efTic:i
'it uunager and !*as givi n en ire
.-satisfaction as local manager. 1,1c has
mad many friends since coming here
and has pr von himself a young man
of merr wita a bright future behim
as is evidenced by the fact
hat jje has a.zain beeen promoted
to a better position. He is talented
and indus rious. an i is sure to "make
z od" as he zotj- to our neighbor city.
His friends here regret in his depart
i-u ? rr.ir,;oo tvirh him in
ure. iiiuugu lu' ? ivjui'
1-iS pi'o liiOiiOIl.
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