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the Movements of Many People,
kerrians, and Those Who Visit
" Rurr Qrnr-L-m-i r> nf Pvnenpr;rv is ill
Columbia for the fair?The State.
Mrs. Carrie Golden of Atlanta has |
bt-en visiting friends in Newberry and
Mrs. P. Yonce and little son of
Johnston are* visiting Mrs. Yonce's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Zobel.
Miss Lizzie Abrains of the Clinton
Orphanage faculty spent Thursday
with her brother. Mr. J. C. Abrams.
Corrie Havird, *12, is now a
teacher in the schools of Newberry.?
Miss Sarah Simmons spent the weekend
in Chester.?Winthrop Weekly
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Werts spent
the week-end with Mrs. Werts' brother
near Sil-\erstreet.?Saluda Standard.
Mrs. J. L. Werts and Miss Emma
w^rp shonnins: in Newberry the early
part of last week.?Saluda Standard.
Mrs. J. W. M. Simmons of Xewberrv
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Alan
Johnstone, Jr.?The State.
John Bach Bedenbaugh of Pomaria
came to Columbia yesterday for the
State fair.?Tbe State.
W. A.^H-ill, postmaster at Newberry,
is in Columbia for fair week.?The
\v. <jr. uocKren 01 iiuappens. ruuie j
was here one day last week.?Saluda
J.VIr. W. W. Moats and children, Miss
Rosa Lee and Master Marshall Leroy,
ot Gary's, are visiting relatives at
Greenwood and Ninety Six.
S. J. Derrick of the Newberry college
faculty and Mrs. Derrick came to
Columbia yesterday on the Newberry
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uui's v iuuie n<it? cs, w xiv i
. moved from Newberry to Columbia,!
visited friends in the city the latter]
part of last week.
Mrs. Louis Berry of Silverstreet was
here a few days ago on her way to
visit her mother, Mrs. Jane Glenn, in
Saluda.?Butler cor. Saluda Standard.
:>!rs. William Johnson of Newberry
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is spending jubilee week with her
c-rughter, Mrs. R. B. Wallace, at Eau
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Johnson of
'Newberry are in Columbia for the fair, 1
stopping with Mr. Johnson's sister,
Mrs. R. B. Wallace.?The State.
Miss Rebe I-angford is spending a
few days in Columbia during the fair,
fiho ic hpincr delightful]v entertained
during her visit.?Spartanburg Herald. I,
Hugh Epting of Newberry college
and Clyde Epting of Prosperitq spent j
a few days during the fair with Ben (
Dent.?Eau (Claire cor. The State. <
Mr. and Mrs. John Kibler of New
berry spent a few days last week with <
<Mrs. E H. Dent in Senate street.?The (
State, Waverly cor.
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J. Fred Schumpert of Newberry,
sergeant-at-arms of the State senate, s
was a visitor to the State fair yester- <
day.?The State. <
Munson Buford of dewberry, L\I. W.
Shelley of Sumter and Miss Louise 1
Taylor of Newberry were here fair f
week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reg- i
inald C. 'Williams.?The State. 3
Edgar Rygh, a student of Newberry
college, was at home last week for the f
fair. Mr. Rygh is the son of Prof. G. c
T. Rygh, one of the editors of The Am-1 -
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erican Lutheran Survey.?The btate. 1
J. <W. Barhardt, city recorder of
Newberry, is a visitor to the State fair
and jubilee, accompanied by Mrs. Earr
toardt and several members of his family.?The
Ernestine Wicker, '13, is doing f
iiigh school work at Little Mountain. v
Her sister, Rebecca, also of the class ,
of 1913, is at her home in Sewberry.?
Win thro p Weekly News.
R. T. Bl?ase of Chappells was in Sa
Juaa Friday. Mr. Blease is now in the j
mercantile business at Chappells, hav- ,
ing bought out W. M. Cromley.?Sa- j
lada Standard. ]
The Corinth school will open now in '
a short while, with Misses Rosa Xichols
and Shealy as teachers. (Mrs. J. A.
Rauch will board these young ladies
at her home near the school building.
o ?Salnrtn Sfrarularri
I Mr. and Mrs. Luther ^Vf. Long of Newberry
came to Clumbia for the first
time since he passed through the city
in 1865 on his way home from the war.
Their son, the Rev. J. J. Long of Little
Mountain, accompanies him, with
his wife.?The State.
rWiss Kate Summer of Newberry is
with her sister, Mrs. Haltiwanger,
wlio lias also with her Mr. and Mrs.
G. L. Summer and their little son from
Misses Lucile Lathan. Georgia Porter
of Newberry; Helen Lathan of Little
Mountain: Mary DeWalt Hunter,
Prosperity, students at Winthrop col
:ege. spent the week-end at their
homes, coming up from Columbia,
where they had attended the State fair.
Mr. R. Y. Leavell of Newberry and
Hon. William Hayne Leavell. lr. S.
minister to Guatemala, spent yesterday
here with their brother, Mr. J. R.
I.eavell. Minister Leavell is at home |
on leave of absence.?Greenwood Index.
Elberta Sease '10. a very active
member of the 'Wlnthrop Young Women's
:Christian association, is doing
high school work in Little Mountain.
There also is Annie May Gentry, who
has decided that it is better to teach
than it is to enter the "business"' world.
?Winthrop Weekly News.
Mrs. E. D. Pearce. who has been
making her home in Greenville for the
past few years, is spending the week
in Anderson with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Chapman before joining
iMr. Pearce in Chicago, their future
home.?Anderson Exchange Greenville
News. IMr. Pearce was a resident of
Newberry for some time until about a
year ago, when he moved to GreenVlllo
T-T/-* TT'Q C? r> rro rr in f V?/v lifa
* inv. Ait " uo ^Alba6uu 11Jl liir insuranee
business while in Newberry
and was very successful. His many
friends here wish him mighty well.
VARIOUS A>~D ALL ABOUT.
November arrived yesterday on
Ted Folk of Virginia is back at college.
The big cost sale continues unabated
at the Ewart-Perry company.
Mr. Nat Gist was the winner of five
prizes at the State fair on his horses.
The Calvin iCrozier chapter, U. D. C.,
will meet with Miss Florence Bowman
Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
It was Bobby Burns who said "When
chill November's surly blast made
fields and forests bare." i
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v-upeiaiiu nros. say mey can nt you
out from head to foot and they tell
you all about it in another column.
October goes out with some of that
beautiful blue October weather. Sunday
was a fine day.
The auditor has about completed the ,
books and the treasurer will soon be ]
ready to receive your tax money.,,
Mrs: R. C. Boyleston and children of 1
Blackville are visiting her parents, Mr. 1
and Mrs. J. R. Davidson. 1
The Drayton Rutherford Chapter, U. *
D. C., will meet at Mrs. J. H. West's
Tuesday at 4 o'clock. ]
The Winthrop Daughters will meet (
tvith Miss Elizabeth Dominick Wed- *
iesday afternoon at 4:30.
Mr. Custis L. Leitzsey has been ap- r
pointed letter carrier on route No. 2 s
>ut of Sikerstreet. iMr. Lietzsey be- c
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5<xii oci v?v;c vc^inua*, lVAUUUaj, mc jl&u
Robert Porterfield, who had been
summoned to appear in the recorder's
iourt as a witness, failed to show up
md was fined $1.00.
The county chain gang is claying the
sandy stretch of road in front of Mrs.
Sue Maybin's residence in the eastern
suburbs of the city. \
"vt~ nn ttr ^o ?.l a *vr ~ 11 ~
aui. x. vt . iUt'Luuuugu ui lue iviyiiulon
section of Newberry county suf- t
'ered a partial stroke of paralysis on >,
Sunday, but was some improved on ^
Newberry has several fine pigeon $
arms. One by Mr. Julius Booaer and t
>ne by Mr. Willie Wicker and one by p
tfr. H. H. Kinard, and they have some A
ine birds. And it is quite an industry.
flDhe 'Wednesday pictures will be for
he benefit of Boundary Street school ^
md will be particularly good. Come 0
>ut to see the pictures and help the ^
Sow oats and wheat. At least in suf- ?
icient quantity to give you plenty of t
>read and meat for the farm. It pays
:o raise what you need on the farm. *
?ven if cotton should "feo to 20 cents
md- seed one dollar ""he bushel.
The Herald and News is still selling c
it $1.31 for the paper alone for one f
rear and for $1.49 for the paper and f
four magazines. (Now is the time Ur i
renew your subscription or to start i
:>ut new. 1
A large red apple received yesterday 1
by Mr. . A. Bowman from Miss tMabel '
Marshall of Logansport, Ind., is a thing 1
of beauty. It weighs 14 ounces and 1
measures 13 1-2 inches in circumfer
The Siiverstreet Rural Schcx)l Improvement
association will give an
oyster supper Friday night, November
5. Every one is invited to come, from
"> to 10 o'clock.
It is stated that the largest crowd i
ever assembled in South Carolina, was
in Columbia (Thursday?o0,000. MayDe j
so, but it is eSiimaied that there were'
30,000 in the State of Xe wherry on
Joe Hutchison says meet your
friends at Caldwell & Haltiwanger's
for all the things you need in ready to
wear and for notions and anything J
that a lady needs for the fall and j
"Hitch up and come quick" is the
message !.\iimnaugh sends out to his
friends and all persons who are interested
in fall suits for ladies and
anything in his big siore for the bargains
are now offered.
Moseley Bros, of Prosperity, one of
the oldest and most substantial firms
of the county are going out of business.
See their ad in another column. It
will not seem like. Prosperity without
this old firm. ,
The ladies Aid Society of the First
Presbyterian church at Clinton will
hold their annual bazaar and chrysanthemum
show Wednesday and Thursday,
November 10 and 11, serving turkey
dinners both days.
Grady Reed and Sam Mills, white
boys of the Mollohon mill village, had
a scrimmage a few days ago and Monday
morning they paid a visit to Mag
istrate Player's court and also paid
$2 each for fighting.
Sam Dominick showed the show visitors
a sho'-nuff car when he led the
band parade under the mammoth tent
of the Hagenbeck-Wallace show Wednesday
afternoon. He drove a new
demonstrator Overland, which he is
The ladies of the Aveleigh Presbyterian
church will have their annual
chrysanthemum fair t his year on
Thursday night. It will be held in the
vacant store in the McCaughrin block.
Supper will be served.
Mr. T. J. Hunter reports that 18,779
bales of cotton had been ginned in this
county up to October 18 of this year,
as against 15,064 to the same time last
year.' A greater proportion of the crop
has been ginned this than time last
The only Newberry negro playing
u ~ /->lr nnnbnt chnu' n V WHS
ILLC gallic WL xv\^ c M .. ?
John Glasgow of the Farmers oil mill,
tie was arrested and Monday morning
tie was brought before Magistrate
Player, who gave him a preliminary
hearing and bound him over to higher
i.\Ir. Clarence Dobbins of Kinards,
while on his way to Newberry "Wednesday
on his motorcycle, ran into a
rough place in the road near the Jaiapa
school and was thrown violently
:o the ground. He was considerably
Druised, but will be O. K. again in a
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The newest thing in town is C. H.
Dudley's motor truck, which was put
>n the streets last Friday. In addi;ion
to hauling trunks, freight and
)ther stuff he also hauls passengers
inv where in the city for 10 cenis. This
nay be the beginning of the jitney bus
system which is so popular in some
Mrs. S. M. Duncan met with a painul
accident last Thursday, when the
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lorse sne ^cis driving &mcu ai ovm_
>bject by the roadside near Mr. W. H.
Suber's residence just out of town. iThe
>uggy was overturned and Mrs. Dun-;
:au thrown out. She was painfully
hougli not seriously injured and is
Don't fail to renew your subscripted
to The Herald and News before
>'A,rAmKar 9fi VTVift nriop now is SI.31. I
1 \J V CTilA l/Vi MV. 'AUV ^/. ,
fust think of it. A good newspaper, a
eal newspaper, for the small sum of
1.31 for tweke months. It's so cheap ,
hat you can't afford to borrow the
aper and you know you must read it. ]
ind we are glad you do like to read it.
>Phe Rural School Improvement asociation
of the Kinards school will 1
lave an oyster supper at the residence
if Mr. Will Gary on Thursday evening.
",1? r\<-kr\rv1^k Vtiaw hftW tT) T>rfi
. Ut? xviiidi uo ycvuuv ?? ? .. x
?are and serve oysters and to make the (
;uest within their midst have a good
inte and those who go may expect to
:njoy themselves and at the same time ;
telp a good cause.
On Saturday about noon three wag>ns,
with a total of thirty-five bales of
;otton, drove into town with the oldashioned
bells on the mules of the
Vrvnt waaron. And the mules looked
is if they had come from a farm that
aised its own corn and that they had
:>een fed on home-raised corn. The
:eams belonged to Summer Brothers
company and came from the Gary
place, which has been managed the
present year by Mr. Rufus M. Werts,
who is a successful farmer. We were
told that there was another wagon on
Death of Child.
Little W. T. larrani, o-nit>uuis-uiu
son of i.\Ir. and Mrs. R. L. Tarrant of
South Glenn street, died Wednesday
and was buried at Rosemont cemetery
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Rev. F. E. Dibble conducting the funeral
is THE REC ORDER'S COURT
A life Show Down the Day After the
Drunk and Disorderly.
!f \\>r?iie-sc,ay was show day in Newberry.
thi*n Thursday was shown-down
day in the city recorder's court. There
were no entrance fees, but several exit
fees were charged.
When the ^krk had finished calling
the roil the following students of easy
living wore nanding in a double row
class, each one ready to recite a perfect1}
prepared U-sson when his turn
At the head c? the class, the position
of honor, stood Richard .Tackson and
the rest in crder. Clarence Jones John
Williams, Will Jackson, Ed Jackson,
1 fem Allen. Mary Jones, Lilly Martin
and Joy LVcDaniel. For once joy was
at the foot of the class.
"You are charged with vagrancy,'*
announced the clerk. "You have no
.is:ble means of support" Ed Jackson's
littta^ legs trembled?the truth
"Yo' honah. I's a workin' man," said
John Williams. "Look at the corns in
"That's nothing," quoth the recorder,
"you may have 'em on your ankles,
Tom Allen pleaded a long residence in
Columbia in extenuation of his offense.
"A'ho is the mayor of Columbia?"
asked the recorder.
"De mare ob Columbia," repeated
Tom, as a look of alarm "crept over
his face. "T don't know, boss; I works
hard and don't pay no 'tention to sich
Joy Mr-Daniel gave out the information
that he was the greatest living
cotton picker in Laurens county.
"You are here and not out of a job,"
said the recorder; "$25 or 30 days."
Since these negroes were evidently
show followers and pickpockets, the
evidence being strong against them on
this charge, they were immediately
turned over to Sheriff Blease's deputies
to await trial in the court of general
Dominick, colored, on show day
desired to get rich quick and snatched
a pocketbook from a negro girl. E>vi
dently it was a paying proposition, for
Ben paid the town $5.'
On the same eventful day Fred Anderson
celebrated the coming of the
elephants and the monkeys by getting
drunk. His exit ticket at the recorder's
court cost Fred $3 on Friday, his
case having been carried over from
On the self-same day Jim Golden became
extravagant in the use of blasphemous
language. He paid $5 for a
lesson on the proper use and choice
of words. Jim had also imbibed too
freely and his lesson on the use and
abuse of spirits cost him $15.
Liiiiy Jtseii uavis got on me war norse
and her performance netted the
FOR MAY OK.
Z. F. Wright is hereby announced
for re-election as mayor of Newberry
and will abide the rules of the Democratic
FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 1.
Voters of Ward 1 hereby announce
P. F. Baxter as a candidate for reelection
as alderman, subject to the
rules cf the Democratic party.
J. D. Wicker is hereby announced as
a candidate for alderman -from Ward
No. 1 and will abide the rules of the
Haskell Wright is hereby announced
for Alderman for Ward 3 and will abide
the rules of the Democratic primary.
ALDERMAN, WARD 3.
Robert B. Lominack is hereby anounced
as a candidate for alderman
from Ward 2 and will abide the rules
oi me i^emocratic yriiLUirjr.
C. T Summer is hereby announced
as a candidate for re-election as Alderman
from Ward 3 and will abiue th?
rules of the Democratic party.
FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 4.
John A. Senn is hereby announced
s a candidate for alderman from Ward
4 and will abide the rules of the Dem
ALDERMAN FOR WARD 5.
V. 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.
Sam C? Hiller is hereby announced
as a candidate for alderman from Ward
No. 5 and will abide the rules of the
Democratic primary. Mr. Hiller has
had experience in the working of roads
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and Drioges ana wouia ue a veuuiuio
member of the city council.
Henry Brown is hereby announced
as a candidate for alderman from Ward
5 and will abide the rules of the Democratic
The master made several sales on
Monday and the land brought fairly
good prices, but several of the sales
advertised were settled and withdrawn
and cue was continued to next saleday^
| by consent of all parties.
I In the case of Mary Alice Dominick
land ethers against James P. Cook and i
I af li ar^ 1 1 A o nvrif in Va 0 tnu'neViin !
uiiici c, i i v a^i in t/ cw ?? iioaa.1^ i
was bid in by Blease & Blease, atrorneys,
In the case of Geo. S. I.YIower against
.Mary Caroline Hardy, the Hipp plact}
that was advertised in Newberry county
was continued to December by consent
of all parties.' ?The Union county
'ands were sold.
lu the case of Levi Q. Fellers against I
i Aoram tiardf- and otners, ls-j acres in
No. 9 township was bought by A. H. I
Hawkins for $1 200.
In the case of the Bank of Prosperi .y I
i against Louisa Dominick and others,
the 40 acre tract was bid in by Blease
& Blease, attorneys, for $900 and the
19 acre tract bid in by the same for j
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| <po?Jv, ail :n .7 tuvYusiiip.
The British American Mortgage company
against Ernest->D. Chaney and
others, withdrawn. ?
B. Levister against C. E. Stephenson,'
Glen-Lowry Mfg. Co. against F. H.
Baston. house and lot in Whitmire,
sold to plaintiff for $750.
J. D. iVVtieeier against Willie May
Matthews and others, one tract of 404
acres to Mason Hill for $8,400 and one
tracc of 100 acies to Blease & 'Blease,
attorneys, for $3,000. All in Xo. 7
Mary J. Smith against iCorrie L.
Moore, lot in suburbs of Newberry to
Blease & Blease,'attorneys, for $250.
The Setzler Co. against William H.
Counts and others, 66 acres to plaintiff
for $100; land in No. 10 township.
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British-American Mortgage company
against Augustus W. Chapman and
others, 460 acres in No. 6 township to
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter for $4,800.
British-American Mortgage company
against John iC. Halfacre, 79.9 acres in
Xo. 2 township to H. C. Suber for
Wilson E. Longshore against Madicnn
T T An 7Q in Va
evil J . ftO AAV-TX V>, J t/.VV Ct^l^o 111 4lU, V
township to J. V. Clary for $$,525.
Sales By Probate Judge.
Newberry Savings Bank against Surm
Drucilla Glymph and others, 159
acres in Xo. 3 township by P. D. Barron,
attorney, for $1,150.
Carrie Hartman and others against
Enos S. Hartman and others, advertised
by the probate judge was sold
nrivatelv by the heirs at law before
I sales day.
Yisiting Their Brother.
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Mr. K. Y. Leaven or isewoerry ana i
Hon. William Hayne Lea veil, minister i
of the United States to Guatemala, are
spending the day in the city with their
brother, Mr. John R. Lea veil. Minister
Leavell was appointed to his present!
post by President Wilson.?Greenwood 1
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Says Its Oak,
SPECIAL 50TIGES. ^ li
For Kent?Two tracts of land twelve
and eighteen acres, near cemetery.
Inquire of H. C. Holloway, Attorney.
Wanted?Fresh butter, eggs, poultry
and sweet potatoes at the College
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Lost?Between Prosperity and Newberry
Friday night, a Rhode Island *
Red rooscer in crate;was returning
from Columbia; name J. W. English
on card pasted on crate. Return to
I. M. Smith, Kinards. S. C.
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wwivi .u<-iuau na.i> retarueu ana win
resume his practice at his former * I
office over Observer- Diseases of
men and women. Also morphine and
other drug habits treated. ll-2-3t
Wanted?Two Rooms, one furnished >
and one unfurnished; close in to the
business part of city. Apply Herald 9
and News. ' 11-2-lt
For Rent or Sal??Ten-horse planta- |
tion; good buildings; good pasture;
good water; one and three-quarter I
miles from Newberry; land well im
proved. Will rent or sell on reasonable
terms. Apply to E. M. Evans.
Seed Wheat?Several varieties; pure j
and selected. For sale by JohnsonMoCrackin
WH,Y WHY >*ot buy your flour, graham,
whole wheat flour, meal, grits
from the Farmers' Oil Mill, and get
fresh, home ground goods. Try it
just once, and live. J. H. Wicker,
Mngr. 10-26-tf ' >
Look! Look!?We are going to give our
customers 1,000* pieces handsomely
decorated chinaware absolutely
free. Be sure you get yours.
Summer Bros. Co. 10-26-2t
For Salle?60 bushels county raised
seed corn in the ear. F. R. Hunter.
WA OKA AQvn*vinf?
it v7 aic V?ix;iu^ in siuon. uuiu iviu"
Chester and U. M. C. goods. Get our
prices before you buy. 'Summer Bros.
Co. , 10-26?2t
DR. YOUNG BROWS,
Newberry. S. C.
For Sale?Carolina grown rye, crim- 1
son clover, rape seed, genuine Texas
red stone oats, Appier oats and
*T AI* T Ml* M M AM AlT * ^ A
vtricn. jujmauu-Jttuv^awjYiii v_/U.
ror SMe?Recleaned and graded Fulglum
oats $1.00 per bushel. R?:
cleaned aM graded Appier oats 75c
per bushe* Apply- to H. 0. Long,
Silverstreet, S. C. 8-27-tf
Warfpd?Vaw nr renewal fiiihscrintioms
to Southern Cultivator, Progressive
Farmer, McCall's Magazine, Woman's
World and other magazines
Please give or send to Chrtis Eptlnf.
1704 Nance St., Newberry. S. C.
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