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far Movements of Many People, \e*.
berrians and Those Who Visit
J e wherry.
Mrs. B. W. C'ronk of Prosperity ami
Mrs. \V. P. Middleton of Sumter have
1), en the guests of Mrs. E. T. Cronk
in Gibbes court. The State.
.Tim Wood, an ex-Xewberrian. ha-:
returned to his old lo>e, aft. r an'abnf
covon voare T-To nnrl hi<5 fam
ily have been living at Sneed. Fla., but'
have now moved to Silverstre.t. where
they will make their home.
Mr. A. L. Knight of Columbia was in
the city tlie other day. He was a citizen
of Newberry for about twenty
years and is now a merchant in Co-.
lrmbia and doing well.
Mrs. Mary Wright, Dr. and Mrs. W.
G. Houseai, Miss Sara Houseal, Miss
Katherine Wright and Augustus Hou
seal attended the Wriahi-McLees wed-i
ding in Clinton.
Miss Julia Joiinstone, instructor of
music in the Hopkins school, will give |
a vocal recital tonight in the school!
auditorium. Miss .Johnstone will be j
assisted by iMis-s Be;s -Kibler of Xew- j
berry. The recital will begin at 7:45!
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o ciocK. in? puDiic is mutea.? inei
VARIOUS AXD ALL ABOUT.
The negro fair is in progress this
week in Newberry and is well attended.
The -Farmers' Warehouse of Xewber
ry is adding more room and is prepared
to handle your cotton.
(There are a number of prisoners in
jail awaiting trial at the sessions court j
to be held here on the 22nd.
Don't forget the old horse sale at the
C\, X. & L. railroad depot on Satur
Uct \ .
Dr. Z. T. Cody of Greenville will
preach at the First Baptist church next
The Lutheran s,ynod has had- beautiful
weather for its session barring
Emma Epps for disposing of property
under mortgage, was sentenced in
Judge Player's court to pay a fine of
$10 or serve 20 days.
The time for receiving The Herald
and News at the reduced rate close?
on Saturday, November 20. You get
it now for only $1.31.
Jasper chapter, D. A. R, will hold
its regular meeting Friday afternoon
' at 4 o'clock, iMrs. Janus Mcintosh
The Ladies' Aid society of the Luth eran
Church cf the Redeemer will meet
Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock with
Mrs. W. G. Houseal.
The Rev. E. V. Babb, the new pastor
or the First Baptiit church, will arrive
and take charge of the work o'i
tne first of December.
The court of common pleas and general
sessions beginning next Monday
will hp nr^sirlpd over bv Hon_ Thoc.
G. McLeod of Bishopville.
The ginners' report for Newberry
county for this year up CD November !
is 24,325 bales against 20.291 for tLi
same time last year.
With all the warehouse facilities we
now have and all ;.he banks willing to
loan money at six per cent on ware
iiouse receipt, there is ho necessity
for an." farmer to sell his cotton.
\ The managers for the city primary
may call at the office of The Herald
and News any time Friday or thereafter
for the boxes and tickets. And
also the registration of the voters.
There will be a fish and oyster supper
at the residence of Mrs. W. F.
Ruff, in tbe St. Phillips community,
nicrVir Vmornhdr 1Q frrvm K tn
11 p. m. The supper is for the benefit!
of St. Philips church.
Robert Nance, a colored man with a j
living on th eplace of Mr. Jesse j<
Frank Hawkins, near Hartford, fell
fi o.ii a loaded wagon Monday after-j
noon and was so seriously injured that i
he died Thursday.
Thp Pnrnaria warchrmeo ic rinrt nf
the State system ana is prepared to
receive a few more bales of cotton, and
the Bank of Pomaria will let you have !
money on your warehouse re'ceipt at
six per cent interest.
Believing that - "absence makes the
heart grow fonder." Baalam Sims!
strayed away from the recorder's couffc
where he had been otified to appear j
as a witness. The heart balm required j
of Baalam was $2.
In "Sunday" you will see a thrilling
and exciting photoplay, packed full of j
varied interest, contrasting the rouga j
life of the lumber camps and English
domestic life. Opera house Tuesday,,
November 16, matinee and night.
C'ottcn took a sudden drop Thursday!
aternoon?that is three bales fell i
down upon the public square from an
overloaded wagon. A negro man who
was riding on top of the cotton ha3
a narrow escape from being crushed
under the cotton.
Mr. Gus Setzler, son of Mr. T. I. Seizler.
has moved to Newberry with his
family and is working at Sam Domi
nick's garage. Mr. Setzler has, liad
several years* experience as an autoi:
obik* repair man and will make good
at Dominick's garage.
There will be a civil service exam
iiiation lujld at Newberry on December
7 for the appointment ol' male stenographers
in the government service.;
There are a number of vacancies now
to be filled, the salary langing from
$750 to $1,000.
Xancy and Robert Williams, for
using obscene and abusive language,
were brought before the recorder, who
gave them a lesson in the use of clean i
and simple English. Xancy was re-:
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quirea 10 pay ior ner lesson. n.uu- :
ert. being more apt, got first honor
and was dismissed.
The old horse sale will take place'
at the 1C., X. & L. railroad depot on j
Saturday. 'The advertisement appears
in this issue of The Herald and News,
and there are many things there mentioned
which are of real value. They J
may be purchased at a reasonable price j
and sometimes very cheap. Read over'
the list and then go over to the sale.'
The time for closing the entries ml
the city Democratic club primary is 12 j
o'clock noon Friday. All those who ,
expect to be in the city primary must,
sign the pledge and pay the assess- j
ment by noon today. The pledge may i
be found with Dr. 0. B. Mayer or Mr.!
0. Klettner, who will recept for tbf
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fcfcilitrilL clliU tarvc liic picugc.
The special edition of The Herald \
and News will be printed the latter'
part of this month. It will contain a j
number of very valuable articles be-!
sides advertisements from all of the J
live merchants in the county. If you
have not secured your space do it at
once. The editor will try to see you,
but you can send your copy and order |
directly to the office. The paper will \
go into every homy in Newberry
W. S. Melton is some duck shooter,
ard when it comes to swimming, the
duck has nothing on him whatever.
Last Tuesday while down on Broad i
river, in the vicinity of Blair?, he shot
a duck which fell into the water and
started floating down stream. Ducki
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meat is too delicious to oe cast upon ;
the water and hope for it to return 1
after many days, so Melton plunged j
into the cold stream at the cool hour
cf 8 a. m? and soon returned with a
good fat wild duck.
John B; McCollum was prosecuted
by B. A. Havird in Magistrate Player'^ j
court for disposing ot crop unaer lien.
H. H. Blease'and George B. Cromer
appeared as counsel for McCollum and
H. C. Hollowav and J- B. Hunter for
Havird. The following jury was empannelled:
Lawson Paysinger, B. T.
Buzhardt, L. G. Eskridge, George Swittenberg,
F. X. Martin and A. L. Rikard.
The jury brought in a verdict
of guilty. Counsel for defense gave
notice of aDDeal and Mr. McCollum was
released on bond.
The Commercial Bank.
This enterprising banking institu- j
tion has recently installed a new j
bock-keeping machine which they tell j
you about in another column, and they j
also invite you to come in and look j
the machine over. It is getting so now :
that we do almost everything by ma- j
chinery and we suppose it is well and j
of course all live concerns must keep !
up to the minute in all the improved i
de. ices, but somehow we are just a I
little old-fashioned and still "hold to |
the doctrine that there should be something
left for man to do. and yet, as
we said, the hustling: business men of
this day must keep pace with all the j
m-w devices, and this must be a great 1
machine and we would be pleased to !
have you go in and take a look at it. j
The officers and employes of the bank
are still still there and we suppose they j
will still pass on papers for discount j
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uj uicmoci Y co emu iiv?* uj u.uvit^.v. >
At any rate, this is one of the pro- i
gressive and successful institutions of
this section of the state and they keep '
abreast of the times. They make money
for their stockholders and they are '
accommodating and obliging to their j
customers and will take good care of
airy funds you leave with them.
President Harms Speaks.
J. Henry Harms, president of New- j
berry college, delivered a talk before1
the students of the University of
South Carolina at chapel exercises yesterday
morning. His subject was "Ed-!
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UCailUIl ctS AUJU^IIIICHL. j. icoiutu-|
Harms was in Columbia to attend a j
meeting of the executive committee of i
the South Carolina synod.?'The State j
Poniari;) Warehouse is prepared to
handle a few more bales of cotton.!
A part of the State system and prices '
and insurance cheap. The Hank o? I
Pomaria will lend you money on
warehouse receipts at 6 per cent
interest. ll-12-3t i
THE >'EiVYS OK PROSPERITY
j Honors to Use Bride-to-be, Miss Isoline
Wyelie?People Cominjr and
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Special to The Herald and News.
Prosperity, Xev. 11.?Miss Annie I.ee
Langford will at' end the I". D. C. con-|
vention next week in Aiken.
i\Irs. .1. B. Hartman and Miss Alda
Rae Wheeler will spend Friday in Coin
Reverends E. "\Y. Leslie, J. B. Harmon.
Z. \V. Bedenbaugh, B. W. !Cronk
Dr. G. Y. Hunter and Mr. R. T. C.
Hunter are attending synod in New
Mrs. G. Y. Hunter spent ^Wednesday
in Columbia. ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hawkins have returned
from a visit to Mrs. A. H. Kohn
Miss Bess Bowers has returned from
a short stay in Columbia.
Dr nnrl \Tr<; Friwarri Rid^Pll of
Batesburg, Messrs. A. H. Kohn and Mr.
Win. Sell of Columbia attended'the funeral
of Mr. J. L. Wise on "Monday.
Miss Ruby Goggans of Newberry
spent Wednesday with Miss Isolino
Rev. D. B. Grosecloie and Roy Youn-<
of Fairfax and Mrs. W. F. Hiers of
Florence have been the guests of Mrs.
L. A. Black.
An old white man was found hurt or
the Wicker crossing about two mile*
from town. 'There was nothing on him
to shew identification, and thei^e is
very little chance for recovery.
Mrs. 0. W. Amick attended the funeral
Tuesday of her nephew in Line
Mr. Byrd Gibson has gone to Andrews
to spend the winter with his sister,
Mrs. John Grant.
Mrs. Geo. Chapman and iMiss .Jessie
Chapman of Columbia and Mr. Tom
Saudemayer and family of Chapin
have been visiting Mrs. John Sease.
One of the most interesting social
events of the season was a linen shower
given by Miss Effie Hawkins, Xo
vember 9. in honor of Miss Isoline
Wyche, one of the season's brides-tobi\
The house was artistically recorated
with roses, chrysanthemums
and pot plants. The color scheme,
pink and white, being very tastefully
shown in decorations. The guests
were received in the reception hali
and then invited into the parlor, where
tables were laid for the game of hearts.
At the conclusion of the game Miss
Hawkins very gracefully presented
Miss Wyche with a dainty pink and
white crepe de chine handkerchief as
the winner of a "real heart."
Little Misses Frances Bedenbaugh
and Rosallen Quattlebaum served
licious sweet course to the guests. The
color scheme was here, too. very artistically
shown in the refreshments
and the little girls' frocks.
From a Wozy corner" Mrs. 0. B. j
Simpson poured hot coffee. After par- j
taking of these refreshments, the j
guests were invited into the reception j
hall to drink from the "miniaturi I
well," around which clung ivy and
moss, the bride-elect drawing the water.
The bucket proved to be a basket
filled with dainty pieces of linen,
gifts from the guests, the youngei
friends of Miss (Wyche.
iMiss Wyche's marriage to Mr. Gogeans
of Columbia is looked forward to
with much interest, owing to the wide
popularity of both parties.
An Old Marble.
Mr. J. Henry Dorroh of near Bush
River church, has in his pocket a
marble which he has carried contin
UUUSl^ iUi c>V )C<115 Udd nut illioocu I
a day nor a night that the marble was j
not with him, in fact, he says, when
he has his pants on you may know !
that marble is in one of his pockets, j
The only time it was ever -out of his I
possession was many years ago when i
he lost it in the road near Saluda j
riv?r. He and a friend, Sim Crouch,
had been in bathing and after thev i
had dressed and walked up Hie road<J
frcm the river a couple of miles Mr.
Dcrroh missed his marble. He stopped
right still and with the same tremor
in his voice as if he had lost priceless
jewels, he said: "Sim. I've lost my
marble." "Well," said Sim, "we'll go
right back and look for it- until we
Georgia Cotton Plantation?We are
subdividing a five thousand acre cott
r\n in Qnnf Vi CI. anr<yio
LU11 pia.ll tULlUil 111 UUUtiA ui wi 51a ,
good improvements, now in cultivation;
near good city; best markets;
good water; healthful location. Want
hustling small farmers to buy at
very reasonable price; small payment
down, balance easy. Or will
rent for 1916 with privilege of buy- j
ing. Write just what you want first
letter. Address P. 0. Box 407. Atlanta,
Lost?.Jersey cow last Wednesday;
right horn partly broken off. Notify
Boozer Bros. 11 -9-11
For Sale?Upright piano; splendid i
tone; slightly used; excellent con
dition. A bargain. Address "Piano,"
Herald and News office.
furn Plows?Get our prices before
buying. Johnson McCrackin.
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i't'xas 02its-?Gi-nuine red rustproof at
Johnson McCrackin Co. 11-5-tf
Notice-?We will gin cotton only Wednesdays,
Thursday and Fridays from
now cn. Jalapa Mercantile Co.,
For Kent?Two tracts of land twelve j
and eighteen acres, near cemetery, j
Inquire of H. C. Holloway, Attorney, j
t or Kent or Sale?Ten-horse planta- j
tloii; good buildings; good pasture; j
good water; one and three-quarter !
VaiifViormf lonrJ TVoll im_ '
uiiica ii win ->^ >> i j , 1C4.A.AU. ? v-u "aproved.
Will rent or sell on reasonable
terms. Apply to E. M. Evsns.
\\ll,Y WHY Not 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,
DR. YOUNG Yk, BROWT
dewberry. S. C.
Warted?New or renewal subscriptions
to Southern Cultivator. Progressive
Farmer, McCall's Magazine, Woman's
World and other magazine^
Please give or send to Curtis' Eptmg
1704 Nance St., Newberry, S. C.
All Rights in the Estate of Jim Burton
have been acquired by his widow,
Mary Burton, with entire satisfac- j
tion to all heirs at law. by private j
agreement. 11-9-lt j
Koomtgrs?I\\e nave JUSI receiveu All-1
other carload of best grade galvan- j
ized roofing in 6, 8 and 10-ft. lengths. |
Get our prices. Summer Bros. Co.!
For Sale?Two single cylinder and one i
twin cylinder Harlev-Davidson mo- j
torcycies, cheap; all in good running!
shape. /Call at the Harley-Davidson !
headquarters, under the Savoy hotel. |
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J his is to let 3
v other warehouse
you get a mue
would build onl
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pietion it is run.
want storage for
our duty to pro\
We feel sure 3
holding and not
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You know th
against the Soutl:
price of cotton,
cotton futures in
Don't get fright
contracts does nol
that 70 per cent c
this is the case we
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Bring us your t
give you a hondi
borrow money a
You can then pay
tit r j
given us, and ask
helping us and he
I S. B. AULL, R.
Doctor Jreldau has returned and will j
resume his practice at his former j
office over Observer. Diseases of j
men and women. Also morphine and j
otner drug habits treated. 1 l-2-3t i
Says Its Oak,
irphante and fi
1 VllUUiU UIAW W'
rou know that we
to store your cottor
h higher price. ^
y one section, but
So many friends
their cotton we h<
rou will get a much
putting so much co;
at practically the
lern Farmer when
They sell, and sell,
order to keep spot
iust keep yoi
7 J t
get spot cotton. D
>f the crop has been
! will not make over
otton to weigh and s
id warehouse rece
it 6 per cent from z
your accounts and r
the share of good 1
you to bring us you:
w l AlfHA
If df CIlUllov
. M. LOMINACK,
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For Kent or Lease?The Kelly placet j .
acres, on Ninety Six road three
miles east of Kinards; new dwellin^-,4
ai?d good water. Inquire or James I
Mcintosh, Newberry. ll-5-2t I
From Us |
;rs, Bed I
hMartin Co. l
Its Oak." I
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otton Buyers: i
are building an- I
i in order to help j
X/& fliniKflit we I
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before its com- I
i and customers ' I
ive decided it is j
. better price by 1
tton on the mar- |
entire world is
it comes to the
and Irpen selling
ur nerve, selling
on't we all know
j i :c
i guinea, anu it ? 1
ten and one-half I
(tore and we will
'.ipt and you can
/Mil* Ranlrt a
Hi V l/l l/Ul A#UlIt?w* V
tot sell the cotton. 1
)usiness you have j
r cotton thereby j
J. A. BURTON,