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the Morements of Many People, >'ewberrians,
and Those Who Visit
Mr. M. Q. Chappell, of Columbia,
spent Tuesday in Newberry.
Mrrs. D: P. Matthews, of Newberry,
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is spending tae.ween wiui .uis. o. o.
Wooten.?Greenwood .Journal, 10th.
Mr. P. \V. Kempson. of Silverstreet
R. F. D. 1, was in the city Wednesday.
Miss Rebe Langford has returned
from a sC:ort visit to her parents in
Xewberry.?Spartanburg Journal, 10th
Mr. Mahon Smith, of Greenwood, is
visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs. T.
Mr. Oliver Havird was in Columbia
Wednesday. He left his sister, wfco is
in hospital, improving.
Mr. S. H. Lovell, collector for the
National Bank of Newberry, was callf>d
to Bellbuckle, Tenn., Wednesday,
on account of the death of his brother.
J. 0. Hipp, of Newberry, was in Co
lumbia yesterday, visumg ms uau6uler,
Mrs. J. Roland Fulmer, in Park
street.?The State, 10th.
Rev. J. W. 'Carson, assisted his
"brother, Rev. R. W. Carson, with a
communion at Richland churob.?A.
R. Presbyterian, 11th.
George Y. Hunter, M. D., president
of t":e Bank of Prosperity, came to
Columbia yesterday to attend the
synod.?The State, 12th.
R,ev. B. F. McLenc'.on l&'t Saturday
morning for Whitmire, Newberry
county, to begin a revival meeting
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OH OUUUitJ .
Mr. Charley Smith motored in his
side car to Winnsboro on Wednesday
accompanied by his sister-in-law Mrs
John Ruff, making the trip in two ana
a half =-ours.
Mrs J. W. Haltiwanger at the organ
played deligoti ully 'for half ar
hour before the ceremony, then to the
strains of the wedding march froir
Lohengrin the bridal party entered?
Columbia Record, 11th, describing's
wedding in Columbia.
.Mrs. Ola Banks' class of Cannons
Creek, S. C., $3.25, Mrs. Ida Wallace's
class of young ladies. Cannons Creek
S. C., $5.50, the Ladies Aid society
v\n-Ka,rv <1 p hr>v canned fruit, ve?
.'cn LFZ1 I J , V. V. I ?v , ^
^tables, clothing, etc.?fXotes from
Dunlap orphanage in A. R. Presbyterian,
The Herald and News office had a
very pleasant visit from the Rev and
l>Jrs. Joan Lake, attending the missionary
meeting in Newberry. These
consecrated workers are missionaries
in a foreign field and are only on a
visit to this country, their former
home being in Edgefield. It was a
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great pleasure iv mcci mem.
Prfo. S. J. Derrick, at the meeting
in Columbia this week of the United
Lutheran synod, was appointed on t :
Theological Seminary committee, the
Rev. Dr. J. H. Harms on tome missions,
the Rei.-. J. J. Long and M. F
Wheeler on board of publication, Dr
Geo. Y. Hunter on finance, the RevEdwin
Fulenwider on board of educa'
tion's reyort and nomination or iraternaKdelegates,
and Dr. Geo. B. Cromer
on foreign missions and the committee
to audit treasurer's report.
The address of the evening was
made by Rev. Ira S. Caldwell, Synod;cal
Evangelist, his subject being
" Home Missions." He vividly portrayed
the needs of t"~e country churches
the industrial classes and the moun+
iinnn? wiVmor on flornoct a nnoa 1 fni
taiuv^ci o, uiauu;^ c*xi t u a u o w c* ts&s\~?-?, * * w *
our cooperation in relieving them ol
their poverty and isolation, w.ich i'ji
many years has hindered theiv spiritual
and intellectual growth. He urged
the union to serve first those al
our own door, thus obeying tv'e
Scriptural plan for evangelization?A
R. Presbyterian's account of Woman's
Missionary union at Winnsboro.
VARIOUS AM) ALL ABOI k.
Poss'im suppers are in vogue now.
Couldn't have been more ideal
weather if it had been made to order.
/The town looks like a flower sar
den with the pretty delegates.
-\"o news, nothing but missionary
mion?all one hears now.
Men in Newberry this week are
"small potatoes and few to a hill."
"Women will get the ballot soon.?
Headline prediction in daily paper.
There is a regret in many quarters
thot Plover XV flrono rv-i f A TY* O "it n on
.-iui, x i?v? vi vv vjia.iic4.iii 11 civi iu liiciivv. an
Never again will Newberry have the
honor and pleasure of entertaining
.so many fair delegates.
The Winthrop Daughters will meet
Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock with
Sallie Bell Buford.
The beautiful Baptists and the
Ibeautifful weat'.-.er make this a glorious ]
I veek for Newberry. ^
We resign muck of our space in this
issue to the Baptist lalies, to Which i
thev are very -welcome. ' ]
The time to Thanksgiving day is j
i _i tnrtflir to ct Irknp- wat '
' 5IIUI L, UUL liic luiav.; "-> i* ? 0 ? j \
! off to some.
| Waiting .or the "delegates that j
: never came," some of the men folks ;1
|at home got square meals w.ich had
j been prepared by the housewives.
Newberry has been a pretty picture I
all the week. But then Xewberry
makes a pretty picture all the time?
wlhen "tftey" turn out.
Those who have followed the lively
Pauline at the Arcade will want to'
see her at the finish. This Friday
will be the fourth to tr.e last episoae.
Sing on of the beautiful bride and j
her bloom, but uon't memtion me?
I am only tht ;room.?From a floating
j If this copy of the paper readies
jyou in time go tonight to the Arcade
ianH airi trp Belgian sufferers. Ttoey
are homeless and hungry, starving.
The Civic association will hold its
regular monthly meeting at tfhe home
of Mrs. R. D. Wright, on Monday No;
vember 16, at 4 o'clock.
John Hunter, colored, 90 years old,
died at his home near Calvary church
in this county, on Wednesday morning.
T'.:ose who haven't the hahit of go>
ing to the Opera House picture shows
are advised to go anyway on Wednesday
to help the orphans; and you
r will get your money's worth also.
: There will be Rally Day at Ebenzer |
, next Sunday. Exercise in the morning 1
by the children, dinner on the ground j
. and an address in the afternoon by j
At the meeting of the Lutheran Mis-;
I sionary convention in Columbia last
week a letter from Miss Mary Lou ]
Bowers, missionary at Tokyo, Japan, j
l was read.
J Our friends in Prosperity.?Headt
line to patent medicine advertisement.
Our friends in Prosperity are alright,
l but one needs friends in adversity as
well as in prosperity.
i It was a lively and lovely time
? wiiien the W. M. U.'s mingled with the
, U. D. C.s, the D. A. R.s, toe W. C. T.
, U.s and the Y. W. C. A.s in 'Newberry
Only until Saturday evening 'have
you time to see Dr. Crimm those of ;
you wno neea 10 see mm. aaiuruay j
l is his last day here until the next j
I visit. Remember, 'Saturday evening. j
T:.at little squib a'bout cutting off ;
the first two letters of "classic" in last I
issue belonged to the Greenville Pied-;
mont. The latter part of the para-!
graph got separated from the first
Mr. Clifford Kinard is confined to
his home on account of -a fractured i
' ankle received during the football I
game at St. Matthews last week.? j
Bamberg Herald, 12th.
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looiue 01 ine vMuuvNeiis auu uav-ueiui & j
have had the "time of their life" this
week. "Beware the moon! Her soft !
and silvery splendor is deep enchantment
of a wondrous power."
At the outbreak of the war, sugar
soared to a giddy heig:t but has dropped
back considerably and so it has I
it been witfrmany ot'. er fcod products.!
There is a reduction in fee price
; of sugars, hams, bacon, beans, potaI
. . . .
- toes, grist, and meal and cneese,
; whice. has taken place in the last
- month.?Charleston Post.
The grocers are o:' the opinion t'fcat i
the downward tendency in prices will
continue regardless of a continuation
of the war in the east.?Charleston
the sentiment of the town is
against the illicit sale of whiskey,
; t'":e blind tiger is bound to go.?-Lancaster
News. Other towns are wak- i
ing up to this.
This spring-fall weather ree of;
dust has made it delightful for the:
visiting delegates and their hostesses, I
Everything and all have been charm- j
' i !
j Those who . ave read "The Prodigal j
| Judge" know how fine it is. and they
| know what to expect when it is played j
j at the Opera House on the 25t'.i in:
: j Apples are said to retail in Ceylon
'j oft-times at $1 a dozen.?Spartanburg
. i Journal. Would not like to live there.
| Newberry is better than that, a wlhole .
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Manager Wells got off one when fce
cancelled the Mary Pick ord series.
He quoted the title, "Never Again/'
What it takes in knowing how to run
: A Anrifo MonOfTQr D !
Lilt" WjJti CL XIUUOC 11C4.j-,^1 HU1U J J_>.
What the Germans did for tibe Belgians
is what the delegates are doing
for Xewherrians?cleaning them
up. Now somebody else said that.
But w? say it will be lonely next
veek without them.
Miss Lizzie Griffin cut the wedding
"ing.?From a Cross Hill account of a <
party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. i
L. McSwain, where "one of the most
interesting features of the evening
ivas the cutting of t. e 'vedding cike.'' i
"If C':e time spent in talking hard :
times were spent in working to make ,
times good we would all be too busy [
to worry," is the happy suggestion
of The Florence Times, says the Lan- |
caster News, to which we respond j
At the city primary election on the i
17th instant there will be two candidates
to succeed themselves, iMr. M.
L. Spearman as commissioner of public
works, and Mr. W. A. McSwain
as trusteee oif the school board of ;
trustees, ft is well that they are to
be re-elected without opposition.
Rev. John Lake, missionary to China
for 12 years, will preach at tr.e First
Baptist church, Sunday morning and
evening. Mr. Lake is one of the most
interesting talkers among toe men
who have returned from foreign
fields, as you hear him you get a
vivid picture of life and work in
You have made your money at
home and it is therefore your duty
to spend it among your own people.?
Lancaster News. The editor of the
News is a lady and sfce knows what
she is talking about. Her given name
is Juanita, which sounds soft and
sweet, and her advice should be heeded
all over the land.
The Baptists are in fine shape and
will give Newberry a fierce game.?
Greenville News speaking or' the
football game in Greenville Saturday.
Just so it will not be too fierce. The
Baptists in Newberry are in fine
shape and are giving the city a pleas
ant time, but tf:ere is no football in
IThe Fortnightly club met in pleasant
session on Wednesday morning
with Mrs. 'W. G. Houseal on CalcFwell
street. Alter the reading of an interesting
article from Good Housekeeping
by Mrs. W. H. Hunt and a
discussion of current events by the
members, a tempting luncneon was
Miss Mary Butler Fant. was hostess
to the Calvin Crozier chapter, U. D. C.
on Thursday afternoon at her !'rome
on east Main street. Several matters
of business were transacted and
interesting selections from Miss Rutherford's
address at the last general
convention were read by Mrs. Herman
Wright. A pleasant social half
hour was enjoyed during which a
salad course was served.
During the regular vaudeville timo
at the Opera House this week, the
stage will be held by Billy Edwards,
newspaper cartoonist. Something good
'is promised, as Edwards is classed
wit'a Bud Fisher, of Mutt and Jeff
fame. Besides enjoying the entertainment
it is pleasant to see how
fast the clever artist does bis.work.
These be grain-growing days in this
part of the world?"Greenwood Journal.
. The Herald and News reporter
is neither a farmer nor the great
grandson of a farmer, but he is bound
to believe that the grain-growing idea
is a good one. It would be well to
grow much wiieat as the Jalapa Mercantile
company is arranging to build
a roller mill at Jalapa. The Greenwood
Journal says, toe building of
roller mills is one result of tine grain
campaign which has spread throughout
the country and "is an encouragement
to farmers to sow large
quantities of wheat ti.is winter.
Cheer up?the football season is
nearly over.?Spartanburg Herald.
Then maybe t..e papers will have
space for fine addresses and sermons
by college presidents and others, and
such like. Some of the newspapers,
however, /have a badly mistaken idea
as to coMege and football. It is not
true that at the colleges football is
the highest branch in the tree of
knowledge. That study is only an in
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ciaeni in college me. ouineuuies me
incident chages to accident, but that
does not alter the case.
STATS OF SOUTH' CAROLINA,
County of Newberry,
In Probate Court.
Ann S' ealy, as the administratrix
or t'".:e personal estate of George M.
nml in hpr nwn
Thomas A. Shealy, and others, Defendants.
Complaint to sell land to aid personalty
in the payment of debts, etc.
..Pursuant to an order of the court
herein, I will sell at public outcry,
to the hi go. est bidder, before the courthouse
door at Xewberry, S. C., within
tlio lrto-ol Vimirc r\f rvn salpsdav
L11 ^ i c ^ u 1 11UU1U V>? *- v_? ^
in December, 1914, the following lot
or parcel of land, to wit: All t'r.at
lot or parcel of land in Newberry
county, State of South' Carolina, lying
^partly within and partly without)
the corporate limits of the town of
Newberry, containing nine (9) acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of
J. B. 0'N>a!l HolVv."*;-. ? Irs. C'.ara
M. McCrary S. P. Crouvell, A. B.
Atwood, H. F. S'nealy, and the public
nignway irom Aawuerr^ iu rruspemv.
Terms of sale: One-half purchase
money to be paid in caso, balance payable
orte year from day of sale; credit
portion to be secured by bond of purchaser
and mortgage o> premises sold,
bond to bear interest from day of sale,
and until paid in full, at the rate of
eight per cent, per annum, interest to
be payable annually or to become
principal annually and bear interest at
same rate until paid in full, the purchaser
to have leave to anticipate the
credit portion, as a wv.ole or in part,
i at any time before maturity. The
! mortgage shall provide for the pay|
ment of ten per cent, of the principal
i and interest as attorney's fees in
j case of suit or collection through an
i attorney. The mortgage shall requivf
tne purchaser to insure and keep insured
from loss or damage by fire
the dwelling on the premises and assign
the policy of insurance to the
Probate Judge, and shall provide that
if the purchaser fail to do so, or fail
to pay tr.e taxes, the Probate Judge
or his assigns, may pay said insurance
and taxes, and any penalties incurred
thereon, and reimburse themjsel.es
ior the same under the mort
| gage at the rate a eight per cent, per
I annum from the day of such pAyj
ments. The purchaser, in order to ini
sure good faith in his bid, shall be
i required to pay the Probate Court not
I less than one hundred dollars immediately
upon the acceptance of C'.is
bid, and if the purchaser fail to comply
the probate court will resell at
the risk of the deiaulting purchaser,
and if the purchaser fail to comply in
full with Che terms of sale by December
12, 1914, the said one hundred
dollars is to be forfeited and said
lands resold at the risk of the defaulting
purchaser. The purchaser tc
1 pay for drawing of deed and mortgage
and recording of mortgage.
C. C. Scoumpert,
Judge of Probate for Newberry County,
One Cent a Word. No ad
j vertisement taken for lew
| than ZJ> cents.
25 and ">0c Turkey Dishes and 20c
wash Basms special at 10c each next
Saturday 2 p. m. See window. RohI
inson's 10c Store.
Lay/n/a P. Boozer graduated Trained
| Nurse of Morris Brown University
has returned to her home 808 Scott
street, Newberry, S. u., alter navmg
one year's practical experience with
'white and colored patients of various
diseases and operations at the
j Gradiy Hospital, Atlanta, Ga., has
returned to her own home to do all
that she can for the Newberrians.
j: Obstetrical work a specialty. Keci
ommendations from the best doctors
| that Atlanta affords. Call at 80S
25 and ?)0c Turkey Dishes and 20c
wash Basins special at 10c eao: next
Saturday 2 p. m. See window. "Robinson's
Tango neck cards, the latest, style
10c. Also Laundered coat collars
and cuffs 25c. Robinson's 10c Store
Tantro' neck cards, the latest style
J 1UC. Also l^aunuerea cuai. coiiais
andicuffs 25c. Robinson's 10c Store
We Are Selling three pound bagging
at a reduced price. :See us before
you buy. Purcell & Scott.
; Southern Grown Rye $1.15 per bushel.
| Johnson-McCrackin Co.
j'Seed Oats?'Texas Rust Proof and Red
Tag seed oats. See us before placing
your order. J. T. Mayes & Co.
TJMnkssf/v/iig post cards, a beautiful
line now in. Robinson's 10c Store.
!For Sale?Select quality apple seed
oats 85 cents per bushel. JJiue
stem seed wheat 32.25 per bushel.
One good milk cow. H. 0. Long,
DR. YOUNG 31. BKOWN,
National Bk Bl<lg, >Tewberiy, S. C.
WA>TTED?several nogs weighing
about 3 00 to 125 pounds. See us be
fore you sell any kind of cattle oj
nogs. The Cash Grocery, tl. M. Laa?
& Co. Phone 110 or 212.
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