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TV Movements of Many People, Vew.
berrians, ami Those Who Visit
Mr. C. :C. Davis spent a few days in
Charleston last week.
Miss Sara Pope returned last week
from a visit to Chappells.
.'Mrs. D. S. Hull, of Westminister, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sallie E.
Miss Carolyn Caldwell has returned
from a visit to her sister. Miss Sara
Caldwell, at Sellers.
Dr. J. Henry Harms will preach the
commencement sermon at Lander college
on May 23.
Mrs. G. G. Sale and f: er little daugh- j
ter. Miss Blanche, ha.e returned from
a visit to Columbia.
Mr. 'Surry Shockley, of Columbia,
spent 'Sunday with his sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Florence Waldrop returned on
Saturday to her home in Henderson- !
ville, after a visit here to her brother,
Mr. C. 0. Davis.
The Rev. Y. von A. Riser, pastor of
St. Paul's Lutheran church, near Po- [
maria, was in Columbia yesterday,?
Our fellow townsman, Judge Ernest,
*vioore, oecause ot ius lauuws, j
judgment and his ability, is winning!
golden opinions wherever he goes.? |
Miss Elizabeth Dominick returned
Monday from a very pleasant visit to
her cousin. Miss- Marie Dominick, of!
Newberry.?Phoenix cor. Greenwood
TVTr. Unt/%li?T5cnn o vici*
ITaI , ixuuvuiuova a ?
last week to Gr?ers, to see! is brother.
Mr. W. P. Hutchinson, who is in a serious
condition from cancer of fl.e
Mr. J. P. Scurry returned from Columbia
with his nephew, Carlisle Robinson.
Mr. Scurry was among the
number wi;o enjoyed the late basket
ball game and other things in and
around f".e Capital City on Saturday, j
T-?_1 J. T"1 T 11 ! i.^ I
ivir. n.uut?ri n,. iftfav eu i 4ts reiumcw
from a tour of six weeks in New York
and others cities and States. He makes
big and long trips, covers much territory
and represents large business interest,
making good on his rounds.
Here they come to have their names
written there! First a noble sen of a
great father, Prof. Gilbert P. Voigt,
Co. I, $5; .J. L. Wise, of Prosperity, Co.
a, $o?<x u ui) w i?t" man.?numc :
sion department of Lut eran Church
County treasurer .let n L. Epps was ;
taken seriously ill on Sun.lay night!
an-d for a while was in a critical con- I
dition. He was som&?vh-i: improve:!
yesterday, but is still quir? a sick man. j
The numerous friends nf this v^ry pop. !
ular and efficient oSiciai hopa dint tel
will soon be restored to ieau
President J. Henry Harms and!
Prof. S. J. Dtrrick, of Newberry college
and Dr. George B. Cromer, o'
Newberry, were in Columbia yesterday ;
to attend directors' meetings of Tne>
American Lutheran Survey and the Lu- \
th-eran board of publication.?The j
Recorder Earhardt iiad several cases !
< ~ - -- , . ?
oeiore him on Monday morning, for
assaulting and beating his wif^ Rosa J
Anthonv, Philip Abrams paid a fine of
$15. For using abusive and plaspem-,
ous. language John Johnagin had to j
pay $5.y For riding a bicycle after j
dark wife out a light. George Rutlier- j
ford for eited a $1 bond.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Harms, o Sa-j
vannak, parents of President J. Henry :
Harms nf Xcwbprrv collpee. stonDed
over in Columbia last night. They |
will leave Columbia early Ubis morn-;
ing, returning from a visit to relatives j
in Ohio. President Harms was in Co- j
lumbia yesterday to attend a meeting j
of the stockholders of the (Lutheran '
Survey Publishing company, and re-!
maiaed in Columbia last nigH.?The
Col. E. H. Aull, editor and pub- j
lisher of The Newberry Herald and j
News, one of the best semi-weekly
newspapers in the State, is a visitor
in Anderson, the guest of his two
sons, wtco are among the makers of
The Intelligencer. Col. Aull is one of
the most conspicuous figures in South
Carolina newspaperdom, and is an
able and forceful wielder of the editorial
stylus. He ibas many friends in
'Anderson who. are always delighted
lo welcome him to the city.?Anderson
Susrar Cane?Blue sugar cane at one
dollar and fifty cents per hundred
stalks. Welch Wilbur. Newberry, R. i
F. D. No. 3. 3-16-tf
VARIOUS A?Q) ALL A^OIF*
The reporter can personally sympathise
with otber victims of tie grip-'
It interferes with one's work.
"The Alkahest Favorites Co" will be
the next lyceum attraction in Holland
Hall, I Wednesday, March -4.
Singing and talking act will be the j
vaudt.ille attraction at the Opera
House i is week. ? chaffer and Mason.
\cu saw the big ad o Andersons.
Anderson knows how to reacL and
, i lease t. e public.
"Wnat a Woman Will Do," in our
reels, at the Opera House 021 (Tuesday.
: This is in connection with the regular
program of four reels, feature day.
i The Newberry high scLool is plan!
ning to entertain at tee Opera House
: in connection with the moving pic!
tures for half the proceeds Wednes
day, March 17.
The best cosmetic invention is a
beautiful t-ought.?Ohio Statt Journal.
We know some girls with beautiful
thoughts, proving the truth of the
The latest rumor in the political
whirl of the Western Federal district
is ti at Judge Thomas S. Sease will j
be a car.diiate for Congressman John-1
son's job.?Greenwood Journal.
"Jimnaugh*' is tne way a fellow put i
it when he went to say Jim Mimnaugh
in a hurry. People were discussing
Mimnaugh and his great space in The
Herald and News.
Another carnival is coming. The
Metropolitan Carnival company. All
is arranged except the date, and it
will be here sometime between the
19th of iApril and 1st of May.
The president o:' the Beth Eden
School Improvement association will
entertain the members Friday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. All are invited to
The National Investment company,
cf Newberry, has been commissioned
with a capital of $25,000 T'.ve petitioners
are B. C. Matthews, R. D.
-X?- /->i T _ 1 T . _ TT "T T j.
simu , George jonn, jos. n. nunier,
Geo. S. Mower and iW. W. Wheeler.
If you want som? hours of rich enjoyment,
read Ralph D. Paine's serial
in Uhe Yout! 's iCompanion, "T.he
Whimsical Schooner Surprise.*' Her
crew had as unexpected adventures
as Sindbad, but not quite so incredible.
"I was so glad to see the dear old
Herald and News again. It is like
I aving a .friend come back after an
absence, and I hope it will go on now
to a glorious old age."?From a private
T':e si'.-eriff of Newberry county is
allowed an automobile and $100 per
annum for its up-keep. It is probable
that the allowance for the up-keep o;
the offic.ai machine has to be supplemented
by about half of the officer's
John B. Adger Mullally, on of the
several candidates for governor last
summer has formed a law partnership
with ex-Gov. Cole. L. Elease at Anderson.
Mr. Elease will continue to make
Lis headquarters in Columbia.?.Greenwood
looking into dewberry's big book
and -ariety store, the house of a thousand
and one or two things one is
impressed with t':e truth that the
"Musings o Mayes" find fitting expression
in the artistic arrangements of
the beautiful goods.
Two scholarly articles?Scholarship
as a Career, by Prof. G. P. Voight, and
the Cotton Mil! Population of the South
from the Social and Political View-;
pcints, by Prof. S. J. Derrick?help to!
make Bulletin No. 8 a notable number.?iLut':efan
Church Visitor, on the
Bulletin of Newberry College.
1 Van age r Henry B. Wells tries tibe
pictures before presenting them to the;
public. If he comes across one that he I
considers objectionable, he loses no
time in snipping it back, and if any
vaudeville is objectionable the second
time.for the act ne\er comes around.
Wells is his own censor and the public
'..as learned to trust'!*:im.
On " Saturday afternoon at 5:3(
o'clock, at the request of several pat- j
rons and friends wYno were prevented 1
by illness from being present on Wed- j
nesday evening, there was a repetition
of the recital given on that date
Dy pupils or Miss Kawi s piano scnooi.
T e program rendered entirely from i
memory was enjoyed by an appreciative
Mr. John R. Scurry, the successful
clerk and treasurer of the city, has
added another enterprise to his list.
He i':as taken in charge the S. Jeff
Wooten lot opposite t^e A. R. P. church
and will convert it into a sunflower
field. Some fellow predicts that the
way the English sparrows will flock
there will be immense, but Mr. Scurry
knows what he is doing, as you will
find out later.
But one reason the mail order
houses get so much trade is because
they advertise w.hat tf:<ey hajve in stock
by sending out extensive catalogues
containing descriptions of articles of
merchandise, prices, etc. Unless the
town merchant will make it generally
known wbat he lias on hand, with the
price thereof l^-e can not expect the
public to take cognizance of it.?;Lani
THE SEWS OF PROSPERITY.
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j Public Debate by Hteh School?Stores
/? Clttcll of ^ki*Y W 1'
\\f * a ? V V *"VH " T *
T. I'. .Meets?Personal.
: :|pecial to The Heald and News.
! Prosperity, March 13.? In the city
! hail Friday evening at 8 o'clock the i
j annual March debate of the Literarj , i
society of the Prosperity High school j <
was .' eld. The young debaters had ' <
well prepared speeches ad were C.eard i i
I hi* o loroTQ nnmhiir r>f friemdc c?riH nnt- !
u j a, iui uuuiwv.1 \J i. *. A i
rons of the school. The judges ren- j <
dered their decision in favor of the <
negative. I '
Mrs. Fannie Schumpert spent th2 <
week-end in Newberry. \
Miss Willie Mae Wise has returned
from Roc't Hill. 1
Mis* Clara Brown, of Little :Moun
tain, spent Saturday and Sunday with
-er parents. '
Mr. an3 Mrs. T. L. Brown and little t
son Lave returned to Spencer, X. C., J
after a she -t visit to Mrs. E. 0. Counts, j <
Re.. an.i Mrs. 0. H. Xabers are vis- j1
iting in Due West. :(
Dr. J. I. Bedenbaugh took his sister, j
Mrs. D. J. Taylor, of Newberry, to the j 1
Columbia hospital Sunday .for an op-11
Mrs. W. C. Waldrop has returned af- I
ter a week's stay with her husband, 1
Chitf Waldrop. } <
Miss lEvelyn IW'Hse, of Little Moun
tain, <bas been visiting Miss Susan
All our teachers attended the teach- 1
ers' meeting in Newberry Saturday. 11
Messrs. H. J. Rawl, Pat Mitchell,
/Ellis AYuieeler and Pierce Scott were in 1
Columbia-Thursday night for the "Siev- '
en Keys to Baldpape."
Mrs. Marshall Garrett, of Newberry 1
was the guest Friday of Mrs. Mary Liz- '
zie Wise. s
Mrs. Elizabeth DeWa2t 'as returned
from a visit to Saluda.
Dr. and .'Mrs. G. J. Hunter spent Mon
r?9v in rnlnmhia
UUJ A Jul VV1 W4M.,
Misses Willie Mae Wise and Eliza- I 1
beth Hawkins visited in Newberry 1
5Mrs. J. I. Bedenbaugh spent Mon- (
day in Columbia. c
T e W. C. T. U. met Tuesday after- 1
noon at 4 o'clock with Mrs. J. L. 1
Mrs. 0. B. Simpson has returned
from Baltimore and will have charge
of Black's millinery department this
Miss Dcrjs Kinarci, -of Little Moun- ^
tain, is the guest of Miss Alda Rae
Miss Girelda Raul, of Columbia, is
spending a while with her sister, Mrs
Olin Bobb. i
Mr. and Mrs. .T. B. Stockman and
children ; ave returned from Columbia i
We undersigned do hereby agree t\.
close cur stores at 6 o'clock, Satur- 1
days excepted, after April 1, 1915, to
September 1, 1915:
The Prosperity Hardware Co.
T. A. Dominick.
G. E. Hawkins.
Prosperity Furniture Co.
Moselty Bros. ]
E. iW?. Werts.
Cash Grocery Co.
B. B. Schumpert & Co.
FUacks Dry Goods Co. ]
HELD DAY DINNER
FOR COUNTRY SCHOOLS
For dinner at Fair and Fie'.d day,
April 1, groups of schools nave been
placed together for their dinner, to be
managed by sub-committees and the 1
lOUUttlllg laillCS . j ,
Newberry, Mrs. L. fvVi Floyd; Gar- j
many, Mt. Bethel and McCrary, i.Virs ]
J. E. 'Sease; Maybinton, Mt. Pleasant '
and Broad River, Mrs. R. E. Ringer; ,
Cromer, Eetheden and Long Lane, Mrs. t
T, E. Chandler; Trilby, Moliohon and (
McCuHough, Mrs. M. L. Balser; Bel- ^
fast. Tabernacle, Kinards and Inde- j
dendence, Mrs. R. G. Smiti':; Smyrna j
and Bush River, tMrs. Geo, P. Boozer; .
Jalapa and Tranwood, Mrs. W. C. i
Sligh; Mudlic, Vaughuville and Chap- ]
pells, Mrs. A. P. Coleman; Reagin, .
Ridge Spring and Silverstreet, Miss <(
Helen Nichols; Deadfall, Utopia and ,
Hartford, Mrs. M. B. Eleazer; Burton, <
Dominick and Trinity, Mrs. Bob Hen- <
drix; Johnstone and Union, Mrs. Ola <
Banks; St. Luke's and Big Creek, Mrs. ]
Jos. Hunter; Montieello and Saluda, \
Mrs. IE. T. .Mayes; Oneall, Wheeland j
and Fairview, Mrs. Ed. Sease; Little i
Mountain, Mrs. Jno. J. Long; Swilton,
Mt. Pilgrim and Excelsior, Mrs. W. H. ,
Caldwell; Prosperity, Miss Susie Lang- [
ford and Mrs. S. J. Kohn; iCentral and j;
Pomaria, Mrs. Jno. C. Aull; Hunter- ;
Dp-Walt and St. Paul, Mrs. Bernice j
Werts; Fork and St. Philips, Mrs. Ed-1;
win Falfacre; Zion and New* Hope, ;
'Mrs. W. Hayne Folk; Pressley and .
Rutherford, Mrs. Minnie Caldwell;
Whitmire, Mrs. Elizabeth Douglas; Mollchon
Mill, Mrs. Darby; Oakland, i
Mrs. Digby. j
Tom For Sale?Marlboro Pro- i1
I WVU ? - - _
lific. Two dollars per bushel. Welch
I Wilbur, Newberry, R. F. D. No. 3.
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COURT OF SESSIONS. \
Jiidso Ernest Moore Presiding:? Se\cm]
Pitas of (iuilty?Four >Iur- |
der ( uses for Trial.
. . . .... !
l' e court o: general sessions con-;
vened in Newberry on Mondav. with
Judge Krnest Moore presiding. 'I. is;
is Judge Moore's first visit to New- j
Derry since his election as judge. He :
charged the grand jury as to their)
duties and proceeded wita the busi-!
ness of the court.
There is a pretty heavy criminal !
locket, there being some four Itomi- !
:ide cases for trial. Among these is !
r ,qr of \Tr. G. A. Long for the killing!
}? Mr. B. R. Guin. That case will:
probably be called on Thursday.
Four negroes pleaded guilty on Monday
morning and were sentenced by
On the grand jury T. Roy Summer j
>nd J. T. Summer were drawn to take |
;he places of I. A. :Miller and J. F. j
Bowers, who have moved out of the ]
county. On the petit jury M. W. Clary 1
j.nd M. A. Jones were drawn in place;
;f J. A. McG-raw and M. 0. Boozer.
Jule Gilliam pleaded guilty to ouse <
creaking ana larceny and was senenced
to two years on the chain gang, j
Laurens Kinard and John Wise j
Dleadtd guilty to assault and battery j
.vit/': intent to kill and carrying con- j
^ealed weapons, and were given each j
35 or thirty days on the chain gaig. j
This was a cross indictment, both parses
naving been engaged in a fight
ivit . one another and tach having been
Paul Rau.c'" pleaded guilty to house'
jreaking and larceny and was given
:wo years cn the chain gang.
Walter Igner was on trial yesterday [
ifternoon on the charge of house j
breaking and larceny. He was repre- j
:enl ed by P.. V. Chapman.
Reedy River Association.
The second quarterly meeting of the
M. U. of Reedy River association!
kVill be held an Saturday, March 20, j
ivifc.i the 'Woman's Missionary society !:
)f West End or.urch. (All missionary
jrganizations of the association aro 1
isked to sent two delegates and as 1
nany visitors as can attend. Writ :
Vlrs. W. H. Woodward who will come. (
First session, 15:30 a. m.
Devotionai, Mrs. E. P. Jones.
Welcome, Mrs. W. H. Woodward.
Response, Mrs. A. P. Coleman. ,
Enrollment, of delegates. j
Introduction and recognition of ?V>- (
tors ani new officers.
Reports from G. W. A.s.
Report from R. A.s.
Sunbeams' hour. Reports from bands
West End Sunbeams. Miss Mabel;'
First Church Sunbeams in Mission |
Study. Miss Gertrude Reedor. r
Noontide Devotional, Mrs. A. C.;
Cur Hospital, -.Miss W. L. Burton,
lan pons business.
Second Session, 2 p. in.:
Devotional Mrs. J. R. Fizer.
Siding from Our Boards, Mrs. J. R. j
Metiicds, etc. :
Quiz on State minutes.
Mission study hour, Mrs. E. P. Jones.
T e Call of the World Tonight, by 1
Dr. E. P. Jones.
Mrs. W. H. Hunt,
Siipt. of Assn.
Miss Linda Welch, Secretary.
At 1 o'clock Saturday, March 13, the j
CVinthrop Daughters of Newberry en- j
:ertained most pleasantly t'.:e Win
;lircp girls of the entire county, Dr.,
D. B. .Johnson being t> e guest of honor,
rhe luncheon rocm at the high school:
was beautiful in garnet and gold, Winhrop
colored flomers?jonquils and red
carnations. A delightful salad course I
,vas served. Miss Elizabeth Dominick,
^resident of Xewberry WintJorop
Daughters, gave a toast to Winti~rop
ind to the health of the man to whom
tve all went shaking and quaking?
Dr. D. B. Johnson. In response, Dr.
Johnson said b're same people were
ifter him and the Wint!'"Top girls, that.
wherever there is a graduate of the j
college there is a little IWinthrop. He ,
especially invited all the alumnae of j
!he college to a Wint&rop banquet in |
Florence March 26. Miss Bess Bur-1
:on's proposal was carried out by giving
"our own D. B." a rising vote of j
.1?-I-- . i
TL>e luncheon was enjoyed by the i
ollowing: Mrs. EHiott Duncan Dunn, j
Mrs. Elinor Duckett Johnson, Mrs..
Frances Rawl Morris, Mrs. S. A. Jeter, j
Miss Blanche Davidson, Misses Eliza-j
beth Dominick, Sallie Belle Buford. i
Ruth Payne, Bess Burton, Corrie Lee t
La':.ird, Eliza Mabry, Gertrude Reeder,
Sadie Bowers, Mary Wright, Daisy
rrrv,;tv?/-iT- T.Ta+.V.o'ri'na Wricrht Rpssif1
I* U1LUCJ, ? ? a *v, ?~ |
G-ryder, Mattie I-ou Barnett, Martha
Creighton, Xell Shealy, LAnnie Laurie j
Suber, Eunice Long, Elberta Sease, Er- j
nestine Wicker, Rebecca Wicker, Ethel j
Counts, Ella Mae Martin, Lucy Riser '
Iva Eaddy and Sadie Goggans. Messrs. j
Ernest Anderson and J. B. O'X. Hoi- [
lowav were also invite '.
FAIK AM) FIELD DAY
COMMITTEES STEET ! <
TI:osc in Charcre Ail \(my berry
Schools Would ihiw Dinner Toircilicr?S.udio
At at meeting cf t. (. Ne. berry school
ir-mr committee it w;is dc-cid-cd that;
all the Newberry schools wcuid havi j
dinner together. A I rge printed sign i
will indicate the place w. ere ti e New-:
berry schools are to ha>e dinner. Tne;
baskets are to be given and attended \
to by the following ladies:
Boundary Street School?Mrs. John
M. Kinard, chairman; Mrs. H. L. Parr, j
Mrs. J. Y. McFall and Mrs. C. H. Can-1
Speors Street School?Mrs. R. D. i <
Wright, chairman; Mrs. Lida Eddy, i
Mrs. C. D. AVeeks. Mrs. Ben Buzhart.
High School?Mrs. W. G. Houseal, 1
chairman; Mrs. Mary P. Fant, -Mrs. C. i
A. Bowman, Miss Minnie Gist. <
West End School?Mrs. J. Y. Jones, 1
chairman; Mrc. Josephine Taylor, Mrs. 1
Oakland Scr.ool?Mrs. T. J. Digby,
a rirman; Mrs. J. T. Thompson, Mrs.
i\:olIckon Mill School?Mrs. J. E. ,
Darby, chairman; Mrs. W. D. Stilwell, .
Miss Anna Dickert, Miss Eula Darby.
Tie college boys and visitors are to ,
be placed with different schools : or j (
-inner by the following ladies: Mrs. j j
J. H. Harms, chairman; Mrs. S. J.
Derrick, Mrs. E. B. Setzler, Mrs. Geo. j
Table ?loti s?Eight for each school
are to be arranged for by Mrs. W. W. <
Rornsby and Mrs. J. B. Fox, of the 1 <
High school; Mrs. Geo. Johnstone and h
Mrs. W. R. Reid, of Speers street | <
school, and i.Y!rs. Frr.nk Wilson and ii
Mrs. H. L. Parr, of Boundary street ]
Owners of baskets are asked to put 1
t. e name of the school and name of
the owner on the basket. People are (
requested to ave all Newberry city
school baskets on the college campus j
by 10 o'clock Thursday, April 1. A j *
committee to receive baskets will be
on hand, where Messrs. McSwaln and
Z. F. Wright have placed a large paint- '
?d sign for Newberry city schools.
Music Recital by Miss Rawl's Pnpils.
A delightful event of fe'.:e week was ;
the piano recital on Wednesday even- !;
ing given by the pupils of Miss Rawl's j i
school at the stud' in Main street, i ]
Bow's of white and yellow daffodils (
and white narcissus decorated the en- I
trance ball, while blue and wi ite hy-; ]
acini' s and pink carnations furnished j
Liij* color svX'.iKr for t;: ? studio.
The program, which was the result;
[)f just twenty weeks of study, proved j
an unusuall.. interesting cne the tone,
quality and interpretation of the duets
by little Miss Marguerite Burns (with 1
Miss Rawl) and Masters Burton and '
Fulmer Wells, rendered entirely from
memory; the waltz and study by Mas- j
ter George Fulenwider, tne youngest i1
pupil of the school, seeming almost j
impossible a." accomplishment in the j4
given time. Little Misses Mary Alice J
and Gladys Suber, the two newest pu- j1
pils of the school, in their sketches, j'
"The Prince of Music" and "TI e Story j
of the Magic Flute." gave a wonder- i
fully interesting picture of the life r
and work of t'"e young Mozart. Miss i
Ft'velyn Swain, in her interpretation o\ j
the slow movements of one of hig most!
famous symphonies as well as in the i
prelude by 'Porter, gave a musical picture
equally beautiful, while Master
Walter Lindsay, in his rendering o"
Merkel's "Hunting Son,'' showed an j
ease of manner and a true quality un- j
an inflvnopionco^ n TVPrfOTTOT I
I'CUCH nx kJU lUUrtpyt *. v-v* c* J"
Following is tf;e program:
Alia Garcia (march) X. E. C. Course,.)
Grade 1?Miss Marguerite Burns and i
(a) Cuckoo, (Cockoo Calls from trie i
Wocds?Thirty-five Easy Pieces for
First Grade: (b) C^ord Study (Moderato),
X. E. C. Course Grade 1?Mas- :
ter George Fulenwider.
Prelude Op. 5, Xo. 31, F. Addison J
forcer ..VilSS EjVeiyu onaiu. I
Allegretto Study, X. E. C. Course,
Grade 1?Master Fulmer Wells
fa) Happy Morn (waltz). Thirty-J
five easy Pieces; (b) Allegretto Study, j
N. E. C. Course. Grade 1?Master
"Song" (from the German)?Miss
Reading, "The Prince of rvinsic"'?
Miss Mary Alice Suber.
Audantino from Symphony in E flat,
Mo7art?Miss Evelyn Swain.
The Chase, Epmant?Master Burton
"Little 'Study" ft Album for the
Yonn?), Schumann???faster Fulmer
Reading "TT'e Story of the Ma^ic
Flute"), Mozart?Master Burton Wells.
Andante study, N. E. *0. Course,
Grade 1?Master Fulmer Wells.
Hunting Son?. MerKei?.'Master waiter
Evening Quiet, Reinecke?Miss Evelyn
r^npt (Mo^eratoV N. C. Course,
nrade 1?Masters Burton and Fulmer
T! e Ladies Aid society of the ChurciJgHffl
oi the Redeemer will meet Tuesda^^H^^J
March It?, at 4 o'clock with Mrs. C. 1
: pee :ts.
.Mrs. lUkii Clary, cf Smyrna, "dm
Mrs. Sula Wilson, of Longshortfi
vi.sici: <4 Airs. C. A. MatLiews. A
\<**,> berry (omen me.
Ministers and delegates atten?
.\ewt;erry comerence, ai t>::vers?
\vi o come on the train, will pler.sJBS
tify Rev. S. P. Koon, stating tin
arrival. S. P. K<fl
Sil'. erstreet, S. C.. March lo, W
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
f Town of Newberry.
lie it Ordained by the Mayor and Al- J
dei men of ti e Town of Newberry, in
Sec. 1. That it shall be unlawful for I
any person, firm, co-oporation or company
to ship, transport or convey any
intoxicating liquors i rom a point with
out t'e corporate limits of the fTown
jf Newberry into the Town of New- H
berry, or from one point to another in
the said town, for the purpose of delivery,
or to deliver the saijie to any
my person, firm, corporation or com- >
within ti e said town, or for any person,
firm, corporation or company to
receive or be in possession of any spirituous,vinous,fermented
or malt liquors
3r beverages in the Town of Xewberry\-->^B
containing more than one per cent, of V
alcohol for his, her, its or t':eir own
use, or or the use of any other person, 5
firm or corporation, except as herein
Sec. 2. Any person may order and receive
from any point without the State
Df Sout)..i Carolina not exceeding one
gallon of spirituous, vinous, fermented
Dr malt liquors or beverages, within
any calendar month, for his or ier > fl
personal use. ' B
Sec. 3. That it shall be unlawful for
any railroad company, express company.
corporation or other common
carrier in the Town of Newberry to
deliver any package of intoxicating
liquors containing more than one per
sent, of alcohol to any person other ::
than ti e consignee, and it shall be un- H
'awful i cr any suohi common carrier
to devliver such intoxicating liquors
or beverages to the consignee unless
signed or receipted for by said consignee
in person. ffl
'Sec. 4. That it shall be unlawful for
any person to obtain any such package
on any false or fraudulent pretext
of any kind in the Town of Newberry,
or any agent of any commor V
carrier t3 deliver the package con:rary
to the provisions of this ordinance.
Sec. That it s! all he unlawful ror h
:ny intoxicating liquors or beverages
to be stored cr kept in any place o:'
business cr club room or house in tte >
Town of (Newberry, whether for per- M '~:y
sonal use or otherwise, and the liquors fl :
or beverages herein allowed to be im- J
ported into the Town of Newberry, i? 9
stored, must be stored in the home or 1 !;'Q
private room of the person or persons
zo ordering same.
Sec. 6. Any person, firm, corporation,
company or any agent of any common
oprripr irinlatinsr anv nrovisions of this"
ordinance sT:all, upon conviction thereof
before the Recorder of the Town of
Newberry, be subjected to a fine of
net mere than one hundred dollars or
imprisonment on the public works o*
the town or in the guard house for a ||?
period of not more than flirty days.
Sec. 7. Nothing sfcerein contained ?|i
shall prevent the sa!e or transporta- J|
tion of alcohol in the Town of Newberry
under and in accordance with
the statutes of the State of South Carolina
contained in Criminal Code of
1912, Sections 799,800, 802 to 812, in- I
Sec. 8. TViis ordinance shall go into j*
effect immediately upon its passage by M
the Town Council. fl
. Done ?nd Ratified, in council assem- ?
bled.- tT*is the ? day of March, 191.3, H
at Newberry, S. C. 1
Z. F. IW'right, Mayor.
Affrvof. ? T R 'yfiirrv
Clerk and Treas. Town of Newberry.
The Farmers' Oil 3IilI will only gin^j
on Fridays and 'Saturdays, after today.? ?>;
3-16-4t J. H. Wicker. Mgr.
A Bargain?We have a small amount
of Seed Rye and Seed Wheat that we jB
are selling at chicken feed prices, and
you know this is the best kind of ' JI
chicken feed. Summer Bros Co. jaBm
BR, E KENNEDY, >
Over Summer Bros., Clothing Dept. " a
DR. YOUNG BROWN. 1
DENTAL SURGEON, V
vniDPiipv r , j|
"Roofing:" Get our prices on V Crimp I B
roofing before you buy. Purcell &
Szoger Machines old and new in stock
for immediate delivery. We keep * J
parts and oils for same in stock. J. . / 1