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of Many People. *
b*?rrians. an?! Th"sv Wiio V isii
.Mr. .J M. Gaines went to Newberry
this morning.? Greenwood .Journal.
C. Long of Prosperity route 4 was
here this week.?Saluda Standard.
Miss Ola Brown i3 spending a few
days in Columbia.
Mr. Geo. S. Ruff is visiting this week
Miss Mollie Wilburn of Anderson is
visiting Miss Vinnie Brown.
Kline and \ ;rgn sneaiy nave enierea
Newberry college.?Delraar cor. Saluda
Standard. ^ j
Mrs. Corley of Cross Hill has come
to stay a month with us.?Thorn well
Mr. Haskell Miller of Whitmire, was
a visitor in t.ie city this week.?Clinton
Mrs. Sligh of Newberry is the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tabor J
Hill.?Greenwood Journal. j
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Milling and ehil- I
dren and Mr. I. C. Boiand, spent Sun-!
day at Prosperity.?Clinton Chronicle, j
Dr. Geo. K. Hutchinson attended the I
Cromer-Hemmingway wedding in
Misses Kate Eleazer of Brookland
and Lillie Huffstettl^r of Little >\.oun- :
tain stood the teachers' examination ,
in Lexington countv last Friday. 11
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shealy and family
and Mr. and Mrs. Olin Shealy, visited
during the past week at Little Moun- 1
tain.?Clinton Chronicle. i
Miss Sarah Nance left last Saturday J
for Silverstreet, S. C., where she will
have charge of a school for next year.
?Associate Reformed Presbyterian.
Dr. Stevenson preached at Prosperitv
flnH fannnn Creek. S. C.. on last !
Sabbath.?Associate Reformed Presbyterian;
Mr. Walter B. Wallace attended the
marriage of Mr. Wesley Bo*xl of Clinton
to Miss Hickihan of Chester, at
^Chester, on Thursday.
Mr. Forest Lominack returned from j
Hodges Wednesday night with his. '<
bride. For the present they will re- j
side with the groom's parents, Mr. and j
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U.V1T5. rcenrv juuunuacrv.
Miss Janie Chalmers, who has been
staying for a while with her brother
in Walhalla. is visiting friends in Due
- "West.?Associate Reformed Presby- (
Mrs. J. H. Summer Miss LaNa Sum- i'
mer, Miss Lora Wicker and Mr. Roy
Summer went to Greenville on Wednesday
by auto to attend the Cromeri
Hemmingway wedding on Tnursday
Mr. Charles Brown of Atlanta, now !
with the Southern tfen, nas uetii m j.
Newberry this veek. He is a son of j.
i.Mr. J. E. Brown of Newberry, who
will be remembtire^ pleasantly by
some of the older citizens. |
C. P. Barre, superintendent of edu- j
cation of Newberry county, was a vis-;
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HOT 111 Hit; Uii.v iuua;. a
nearly all of the Xewl?rry schools
were open and reported good attendance.?Columbia
Mrs. Henry Parr of Newberry, who
' attended the Woman's Missionary con- J
ference in Atlanta, Ga., returned by:
way of Due 'West and visited her
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daughters, at the Woman's college.? *
Associate Retormed Presbyterian.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. j
Rain, Rein, Reign?It's a spell,
makes no difference how you spell it.
Gone but not forgotten?Dr. IMIel.
dau's old Buick. ,
That new Oakland is some autogofast?and
it does. ;
There seems to be a bad leak in the
Dr. J. Henry Harms will preach at
Mayer Memorial church next Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock.
Dr. J. Henry Harms will preach at !
the Cannon Creek Mission church
next Sabbath afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The greatest road smoother in the |
world is the split log drag. Drag the j
Mr. S. B. McCarlev has move* 'Leo
the house lately vacated by Mr. ii. C.
Hamilton in Harrington street.
Cotton is going to 20c. Some of us
will see it, but most of us will only
hear of it.
Monroe Jones is no believer in frills,
for he chose a plain druk, which cost
>him $5 spot cash.
The Farmers' warehouse is considering
plans for the building of another '
warehouse alongside the present building.
Mr. M. P. Lake on (Wednesday was
reported dead, but he is glad to let ]
his friends know that the rumor was
You won't need the wood or coal
heater soon if the paper "heaters" now
going through the mails continue to
The freshmen at the college have
learned that there are some customs
in college life that are even more radical
than radical equations.
I'niess there is p^i:1 or other supervision
o: the nigh swinging and
ocean waving at the park somebody's
child is going to get seriously hurt.
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Bub Langford wore a little hat out
ci' a barber shop the other night that
made him look like Happy Hooligan.
Bring it back. Bub. and get your own
Mr. J. T. Hunter, the county reporter
for cotton ginners, says that up to Sentember
2."> this year there had been
ginned 7,746, against 5,095 for the same
time last year.
The sermon at Unity next Sabbath
afternoon will be addressed especially
to the children. The subject will be ,
"Three Phones." An invitation is ex- tended
to all to be present.
The great trouble about Bush river ,
for navigation purposes is that there '
is not enough water in it. What a'
pity, and only three miles from the j
It is rumored that Hon. Xeal W. j
Workman will enter the race for the j
senate next summer. He made a fine
race for the nouse last year and will
make it interesting if he should enter
for the senate.
The first trip of the trolley cars
>.er the new Saluda-Xewberry-Whitmire
line was made yesterday. The
cars were loaded down with passengers
and merchandise and will no
doubt prove a gold mine for the stock 1
holders?Just a dream, that's all.
T. M. Sanders has some attractive'
specials for Saturday, and for that mat-'
ter very attractive lines besides spe-,
cials. Read his ad in this paper and
then go to the store and be convinced, j
Bro. Carson's thermometer has taken j
a jump.?Associate Reformed Presby-l
Drinking clear cool water, when you '
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are so not ana unrsij cnai juu vau .
almost spit cotton, from a gourd, is '
one of the greatest joys of life. And
i: tile ?aid gourd is cracked a few1
inches on one side and sewed up with :
a white thread?well, this is nothing
short of heavenly bliss.
Joe Flax, although somewhat dark
complected, looked a little flaxen when j
Qe appeared in the recorder's court
Monday morning for assault on an- j
other bov of his size. As he could not
afford the luxury of an alienist to pass
upon tiis sanity, nis Drain siuxm uiew
Due dollar clear out of his pocket before
he could blink. x
Sara Lark, an old colored woman,
aged about 90 years, fell out of her 1
back door Wednesday nifht in Cannon- 1
town and was severely injured that
she died about two hours later.
Many people in the upper counties'
will pass through the State of New-.
berry on their way to the fair in Co-'
lumbia the last of this month.
Mr. R. E. Allen of the Chicora College
for Women, Columbia, was in the
cur iiiursaay. 11 win ue pieasing
news to many Xewberry people to
know that he will teach a voice class j
in Xewberry on Monday and Thursday
of each week. Pupils enrolled with
him will be enrolled as music pupils
of the Chicora College for Women.
The handsome young man who
called upon Mr. and. Mrs. Frank P.
Devore a day or two ago, likes them
so well, and they have so fallen in
love with him, that he has decided to
remain permanently with them. With
tne exception or Deing a lime noisy
at times, he will make quite an acceptable
After the 15th of October a hundred
years' subscription to The Herald and
Xews will cost you one hundred and
fifty dollars. Better take it now while
it can be had one year for $1.19. Make
it a gift to some ex-Newberrian in another
county or in a distant State. This
would make a bright spot in his life
twice every week for a whole year.
Think of it. x
In the old days, when the old street
lamp yust, w nil ail nupusiug un lamp,
perched on the top. lighted the streets
of the town, the merchants thought
they had gone the limit when they advertised:
"Hats, caps, boots and
shoes." Now we have a brilliant electric
light at every corner and please
notice the full page advertisements in
the local papers. Just a matter of
more light on the subject of advertising.
Oyster Supper West End.
The West End Baraca class will
serve a nrst-ciass oysier supper ai ine
West End hall Saturday night, October
9. Will also serve ice cream and cake.
Music will be furnished by Wherry's
orchestra. If you are out for a good
time come over. If you are looking
for a good supper come to us for it.
I BOOSTERS CAMPAIGN.
Xo. 4 Class of O'Neall Street Sunday
School Plans Big Boosters'
Members of No. 4 Bible class of
O'Xeall Street .Methodist church are
planning to begin a campaign for new
members, which opens with an interesting
program on Sunday night, October
10. This program is composed
exclusively of members of the class.
Following is the program:
Song by congregation, "Onward
Invocation by the pastor. Rev. Gobe
j Song by class.
j The history of the class, by H. G.
i Connelley, assistant secretary.
"Xo. 4 Leads and Others Follow," by
Shelton Alewine, secretary.
Song by Xo. 4 quartet.
"Why I am Proud to Be a Member
of Xo. 4," by W. F. Bouknight, pres
"What, How and When We Fight,"
by Horace Alewins.
Seng by the class.
"The Relationship Existing Between
the Teacher and the Class," by .T. W.
"The Future of Xo. 4," by J. Lance
S'windler, assistant teacher.
Concluding song, Xo. 171.
Benediction by C. W. Wesson.
('aught at Char?]>ell?.
Bennie Lark, a young negro charged
with nQsnnit and batterv with intent
to kill, was arrested on Sunday at
Cnappells by Rural Policeman Major
and taken to Dyson todav for a preliminary
hearing. Lark is charged
with hitting Jesse Coats in the head
with a rock seme time last spring. He
has been hiding out since.?Greenwood
Rev. E. C. Cronk, secretary of Lutheran
layman's movement, will give his
stereopticon lecture in the Pomaria
Lutheran church Monday evening, October
11, at 7:30. A large congregation
is expected. No admission fee will
be charged, but an offering will be
The Bethlehem pastorate will be
well represented at the Federation of
Young People, to be held at Newberry
October 8-10. The delegates follow:
St. Matthews, Misses Catherine Folk
and Laura Suber and Mr. Edwin Hentz.
Bethlehem, Misses Pearle Ballentine,
iVMiieeze Jtsomest ana uuve mcuaiuson.
Pomaria,'Misses Ida Mae Setzler,
Eloise Hipp and Katv Wilson.
What was one of the most brilliant
home weddings of the season occurred
Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. X. T. Mcllwairi
of Hodges, when Miss Ruby iMcIlwain
became the bride of J. Forest
The Mcllwain home was beautiful
in its decorations of white and green
in the parlor, while the dominant color
in the drawing room was yellow. The
guests were received by Mrs. W. B.
Xickles and Mrs. Lou Mcllwain and
were afterwards served with delight
fill fruit punch by Misses Pearle Xickles
and Annie B. Lykes. The delicious
refreshments which were served later
in the afternoon were served duffet
Just before the ceremony, Miss Annie
Bell Jordan played "Celestial Visions"
and Mendelssohn's "Wedding
March." > Mrs. J. Frank Du=enberry
sang "0 Promise <Me" and "Perfect
The bridesmaids, who entered in the
following order, were Misses Mary McKie
and Carrie Pauline Still.. The
pages, Master James Dusenberry and
Harold Cojhran, who entered immediately
after the bridemaids, were clad
in pure white. The bride entered with
the groom and the ceremony was performed
by the Presbyterian minister,
.'The bride was attractively gowned
in a blue traveling suit with hat and
all accessories to match and carried
an exquisite bouquet of roses and valley
I About one hundred guests were present
to witness the ceremony. The out
of two guests were: Mrs. Lonnie
! Dickert, Mrs. Pope L. Buford, Misses
( Florie and Cora Lominack, Mr. Marion
, Summer of Newberry, Mr. Ernest <Mci
i Ilwain, a brother of the bride, of Clin,
ton, Mrs. Dusenberry and little son
I of Ninety Six and Mrs. Link, Misses
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IVCCU anu ^uiiliau ui -r^u uc V inc.
iMr. and Mrs. Lominack left on the
1 evening train for Newberry, where Mr.
! Lominack has an interest in the Arm
'of W. H. Lominack & Son..
Preparatory and Communion Serrices.
TVioro oro t/-? ho rvrpnnratnrv sprv.
ices at Mt. Tabor Lutheran church Saturday
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Immediately
after these services a regular
meeting of the council will be held.
The Lord's supper is to be celebrated
on Sunday morning, services beginning
at 11 o'clock.
J. B. Harmon, Pastor.
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! A pleasant break to th> 'dullness of
the '"nterval between the summer entertainments
and the opening of all the
winter clubs was the meeting of. the
Fortnightly club Tuesday morning at
Mis. ('. A. Bowman's. i
This little club is now in its fourteenth
year and has lost only one
I member by death.
A number of most interesting current
events were discussed by taose
nmc-nnt o ri e ex. oral in ctrnr?tivD orf ir>1oc ;
i ccuni auu meet uv/v; ? ?- IA * :
; road that will be very helpful to those j
who lieard them for fall and winter.
Social chat followed and then an appetizing
hincheon was served.
The officers for the new season of
i the club are, Mrs. L. 'vV. Floyd, president;
.Mrs. -J. H. Harms, vice presi- j
dent, ana Mrs. \V. G. Houseal, secre-,
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The Drayton Rutherford chapter, U.
D. C., held a meeting on its regular j
i day /the first Tuesday in the month)
at the home of Mrs. Jno. M. Kinard.
I his being the first meeting of the
j fall, quite a number were present and .
mucn business was transactea. Mrs.
. West, Mrs. McFall and Mrs. Carwile!
j were appointed delegates to the S.tate j
, convention at Aiken.
I An interesting paper on "Differences
Leading up to the War Between the
States" was read by Mrs. W. JI. Hunt ^
and Mrs. Brown read Timrc 1'~ "Caro-;
lina." After this a delicious salad
course was served.
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Monday afternoon the Indies of the
Missionary society of the Lutheran
church met at Mrs. Hipp's. The officers
elected were, Airs. Edwin B. Setzler,
president; Mrs. E. Hugh Summer, secretary,
and Mrs. John W. Kibler,
treasurer. . i
The young people of the church will i
hold a convention from Friday until
Monday. This meeting was discussed ,
j and plans for it perfected.
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Mrs. Gilder, Mrs. Fant and their j
guest. Mrs. Arnold, motored to Whit-;
mire Sunday and visited Mr. and Mrs.*
F. W. Fant. Returning, they brought !
with them as a guest Miss Lucy Metts. i
Robert Pool .has been ill for over a
! week and is still confined to the house..
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1 The Parent-Teacher association of
| Speers Street sch'ool did not hold their
I meeting Wednesday, as it was feared j
j the inclement weather might keep j
! away some of the mothers, and the aim ;
this year is to always have every;
mnt-V>ar on/3 fnonlini. nnu ~ * : I
aiiu lua^uci picocUL. X lie UUlt? |
of next meeting will probably be the
first clear day, but it will be announced
in the papers.
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Next week the members of the Wo;
man's club, Calvin Crozier chapter,
, 'Winthrop Daughters and several other
: clubs are looking forward to pleasant
The members of the Baptist Sunday
school had one of their pleasant invo
moptinfl'c jir fhp phliroh Sim
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i'day afternoon at 4 o'clock. The little'
i ones sang and recited most creditably.
Z. F. Wright is hereby announced!
for re-election as mayor of Newberry 1
and will abide the rules of the Democratic
FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 1.
I Voters of Ward 1 herebv announce!
P. F. Baxter as a candidate for re- j
election as alderman, subject to the j
! rules of the Democratic party.
J. J). Wicker is hereby announced as:
a candidate for alderman from Ward;
j No. 1 and will abide the rules of the:
j Democratic primary.
ALDERMAN, WARD 3. |
0. T .Summer is hereby announced
! as a candidate for re-election as alder;
man from Ward 3 and will abide the
'rules of the'Democratic party.
FOR ALDERMAX WARD 4.
John A. Senn is hereby announced1
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I s a candidate ior alderman irom vvaru
4 and will abide the rules of the Democratic
ALDERMAN FOR WARD 5.
"VV. H. Hardeman is hereby announced
as a candidate for re-election as
alderman for Ward 5 and will abide
the rules of the Democratic primary, j
Sam C. Hiller is ;hereby announced j
as a candidate for alderman from Ward
Xo. 5 and will abide the rules of the
, Democratic primary. Mr. Hiller has
had experience in the working of roads
and bridges and would be a valuable
member of the city council.
Henry Brown is hereby announce.1
as a candidate for alderman from Ward j
5 and will abide the rules of the Dem-!
ocratic primary. * j
Death of Mrs. S. A. Kiser.
Mrs. S. A. Riser, a former resident
of Newberry, died at the home 01 tier (
daughter, Mrs. -J. W. Swittenberg. in i
Kingstree, on Tuesday morning. Sh^ j
had been in failing health for a lonf
time and until about a nionin a^o u-a i
been making lu-r heme with her daugh- <
ter, Mrs. L. B. An 11, at Dyson. i
.Mrs. Riser was 76 years old. She f
was the daughter of Mr. James Moore, t
Wxio lived in this county, in the Can- t
non Creek section, and she wa-' born i
there and reared in the faith of the 1
Associate Keiormed Presbyterian ?
church. She had one brother who was 1
wounded in the war between the sec- ~
tions and died of the wounds without
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itdi'iiiiig iiuiiic. out: aisu uau
sisters, two of whom still survive. Mrs.
Dr. Whaley, who died many years ago,
and Mrs. Derrick of Leesviile and Mrs. J
Cromer of North Carolina.
Her husband, the late Luther P. W. i
Riser, died some twenty years ago. He i
was a citizen of Newberry for many
years before his death. Mr. and Mrs. ~
Riser had ten children, four sons and ^
six daughters, nine of whom survive.
Mrs. Paul .Johnstone, one of the daugh
ters, died about ten years ago. The '
surviing children are: Mrs. L. B.
Aull, DysOh; Mrs. LeRoy Lee, Kings- ^
tree; Mrs. J. W. Swittenberg, Kings-'
tree; Miss \!ary C. Riser, Anniston, j
Ala; Miss Serena Riser. Columbia: F^- j
ward Jttieer, woouiora, umauuiui^ ju
1W. Riser, Savannah: Dr. L A r-oV j
Columbia; James Riser, Huntsville, _
All of the children were present at 1
the funeral except two sons, Edward
and James. j~
The funeral was held from the Lu- 1
theran church in Newberry at 3 o'clock
on Wednesday afternoon, conducted by |
the Rev. Edw. Fulenwider. Interment
at Rosemont. The pallbearers were: ~
Geo. B. Cromer, W. F. Ewart, John C.
Goggans, S. J. Derrick, J. Y. McFall,
E. -M. Evans. Alan Johnstone. j
Mrs. Riser was a good woman, loved "
and Fespected by all who knew her, ^
and her children have the consolation
rif hovincr iiqH hpr with thpm fnr mflnv
more years than is allowed to many.!
She lived her three score and more j
than ten and saw all her children
grow to manhood and womanhood and
all doing well- in this world.
The faculty of the college gives hoi- ^
iday on Saturday so that the students
may attend the young people's convention
which is to be held in New- ;
Korrv of tViafr timo
No Tough Meat
at the j1
Sanitary Market j
It is tender and juicy and:
calls for more. Take a bite. -
J. B. GREGORY, Main St. |
Opposite Caldwell & Haltiwanger. I
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says Its Oak, I
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MOWER COMPANY ASSIGNS. 9
Late Thursday afternoon the C. & fl
j. S. Mower Company made an assign
nent to H. H. Blease for the benefit of
ts creditors. This is one of the oldest
mil in jh Known nrms in .\ewoerry, ana n
t will be sad news to many H
)f its friends to learn that it
>vas forced to take this step. The V
irm has been in Newberry for more
han forty years, first as D. Mower and 1
hen as C. and G. S. Mower and later J
is the C. and G. S. Mower company. 1
"or a long time it was the leading I
itore in tthe dry goods and millinery ^
ine in the county. M
Juggles?Few more left; will sell be- I
low cost. Purcell & Scott. 19-8-3t I
"or Skle?Recleaned and graded Ful- fl
gLum oats $1.00 per bushel. Re-1?
cleaned and graded Appier oats 75c
per bushel. Apply to H. 0. Long,
Silverstreet, S. C. 8-27-tf
ralvanized Roofinsr?We are prepared fl
to fill your orders promptly; large fl
stock just received; 6, 8, 10 foot
lengths. Summer Bros. Co., fl
Yanted?The pubic to know that we ^
are raying a very fancy price for <J
green hides; also best market price
for good beef cattle. Hutchinson &
Snellgrove, 1000 Main St., Newberry.
PIk-- 38. 7-30-2m*
teed Rye?Carolina grown^ the best
seed for this section; ?end us your
orders. Summer Bros. Co. 10-8-2t |
*ice 5Teal?We have just received a
car; also have rice bran, Rice polish
and pea meal; get our prices. Sum- J
mer Bros. Co. 10-8-2t
DR. YOING M. BROWS, . j
Newberry. S. C. ?
Yliy >ot see Dr. Pelham, Sr., before J
buying insurance? The best policy,
issued by the RELIANCE INSURANCE
COMPANY, protects you fully, TB
paying for sickness and accidents, as J
well as for death, whether from natural
causes or accident. This is in-*
surance worth while. Cost moderate. M
Varted?New or renewal subscriptions M
to Southern Cultivator, Progressive J
Farmer, McCall's Magazine, Wo- 1
man's World and other magazines.
Please give or send to Curtis Eptlng, J
1704 Nance St., Newberry, S. C. gj
ieed Oats?Save your money on Texas
seed- oats. Get our prices Deiore ouy- m
ing. Purcell & Scott. 10-8-3U I
'or Sale?Carolina grown rye, crimson
clover, rape seed, genuine Texas
red stone oats, Appier oats and
vetch. Johnson-McCrackin Co.
he Quinine That Does Not Affect The Heed
ecanse of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXAIVE
BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary
(uinine and does not cause nervousness nor
ineine in head. Remember the full name and
joic-'or the *iffnature o* E. W. GROVE- 25c- .
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Its Oak." J
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