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PURELY PERSONAL !
The Movements of r^any People. Newberrjaus,
and Those Who Visit
Miss Trent Keitt came home on
Wednesday from Converse college. ;
A. F. Corley o' route 4 is attending '
court at -Newberry this week.?Cross
R~ads cor. Saluda Standard. *
W. F. Waters of Newberry visited
his parents last week.?Saluda Standard.
\t Wliun'or era vp n nflrtV
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Fiiday night in honor of her cousin.
Miss Pearl Ballentine. of Pomaria.?
Miss Mildred Green of Lancaster
and Miss Annie Hook of Eastover, students
at Chieora, will spend the weekend
with their classmate. Miss Margaret
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ca ugh man and
children stopped over in Newberry on
oh Tuesday to visit relatives. Tliey
"were returning from the burial of Mrs.
Caughi-ian's mother at Leesville.
John Adams and family of Chap-:
relte spent Sunday with L. A. Bled-i
soe and family. Mrs. Bledsoe is very I
ill at this writing.?Big Creek cor.
Mesdames Dykes and Morgan visited
friends in Newberry Thursday.
G:t. -George E. 'Cromer of Pomarla
and. Mr. James M. Sanders of Newberry
spent Saturday night with Mr.
T.. <W. Amick and family.?Lexington
? vvwatxa i ir * - *??/k r~ rrt
AKMPl)^ .1 I> ALL A mn .
p??or old M.-roh you are too disa
^reeah'.e tc bo ai} body's favorite.-.
C"urt adjourned Wednesday at 1
o clojck p ni.
Ti;e Burton case was continued to
The L*ourt f ianted bail to I. 0. Burt):i
ji tue t;:;m of $3 000.
i:i .the a young man's far.ej 1
liwly lurne from thoughts of worn:.
Did you ever see so many bran
spang new automobiles before?
Air.; J. Henry Dorroh is announced
fur magistrate fcr No. 6 township.
There r.:e several mere old shacks
that nv ,t ho torn down and tnerooy
1 * heir looks of the town.
K'- k if necessary, but don't knocl:
un?" ; am- .circumstances. There's a!
dif <:ice. - j
fi ~ court d'd not 'ast lon^. No! !
man> criminals ana quick dispatch of j
<bur - '
Prvnip ia tov.r> Saturday and see the!
'herd of cattle of the Commercial ba?k.
Tbey have come and aiv boiuties.
Sheriff Cannon G. Blease is announced
as a candidate for reelection to
the office of sheriff. 4
^ * ? 1 s\P+ 'VAwharrv
Thursday morning for Augusta to see
. the fire district f
You T.av fca\e p*erty of bones in
your bo.Iy, U\\i nhta you meet the
'liii collectcr, you aie in a bad fix if
you've no i'Onvs i?: your pocket.
Lieut. Gov. Andrew J. Bethea made}
quite an instructive address before the
faculty and the student body of Newberry
college last Tuesday morning.
A proper mixture of corn meal and
flower makes good bread and a proper
mixture of sand and clay makes a
good road. Try 'em^
Second quarterly conference of Central
i.\:eihodist church will be held iu
the church parlor at 8 o'clock Friday
Are you a booster, then get in the
swimming and help us to boost this
community, in a legitimate way, of
course. We want substantial growth. J
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Tbe "Yokohama Maid" will be pre-j
rented at the opera house tonight by
local talent for tlie benefit of the Athletic
association of Xewfcerry college.
The Rev. J. B. Harmon has accepted
a supply call to Bachman Chapel
church and will preacn ne.\i ouima; i
.afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
^Mr. L. M. Plaver is announced as a
candidate for reelection to the office
_ *>' magistrate for townships Nos. 1
Vrxnr. ottontinn ic directed to tie
statement of the condition of Com<jmercial
bank as it appears in this pa-j
,per. It is a fine showing.
Xewberry county expects too much
of Saluda county. She expects her to
haul her products to Newberry towns
and even ibuild roads to haul tliem on.
Wednesday was some March day.
The wind blew a gale all day long
and the streets were swept clean. In
sandj places in the fields it is said j
that the rows have been leveled and!
the -sand driven in banks.
The statements made by all the |
banks as called by the government I
evidence a healthy condition. (All of;
V. ? ... , m in enrnliic QTlH :
LIXCill \> 111VI ease 1U uui yiuw UUU
deposits and money is easier than it1
was this time last year.
The Excange bank ha's a fine system ]
! of saving. Call and ask M. L. Spear-i
i man to explain it to you and we are!
! ovail vrviiroolf nf thicl
I SUJC \UU 111 aiun JWUHJVH VJ.
! fine opportunity to get a good balance
; to your credit.
Mrs. A G. J. Kivpp.<? of Columbia,
will gi/c a itilk i*j the interest of
t'io Kiny; Dau^r.TCTL' at the Baptist
i vhur- a u* oV.'oek Wednesday afterI
?-> ?/- 11 VI i v< )i *,*ii /?'T thf> la dips a all
| the denomination? are cordially inj
vital to rUend No collection takea.
An old shack catches fire; the flr?
j alarm is sounded; the fire company
; responds; the fire is extinguished; the
j charred and mutilated fram work of J
the building is le t standing.* An eyesore
for months and sometimes years
is thus created wliich ought not to
1 be permitted.
Don't forget the display of those
I fine cattle that the Commercial Dank
has bought for the farmers of this
. .. nt v. 'i uey arrived on Thursday and
will be exhibited on Saturday on the
public square when a photograph of
them will be made. All the farmers of
the county are invited to come and
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laite a iwjk ai mem.
An unusual occurrence was the double
burial at Nazareth church Wednesday.
Rev. Kleckley conducted the
burial services of both Pink Thomas
of Newberry, and that of the year-old
babe of ;Mr. and Mrs. George Rinehart,
a nephew of Mr. Thomas The
many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
etxend their sympathy to the family
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m tins nour ot fcun .?iuuiau v/iccr.
Cor. Saluda Standard.
Through the efforts <>: the Calendar
society of Central church an interesting
and attractive film, entitled
"Hope," has he^n secured for Monday
at the opera house. Besides this special
film and the regular series of
pictures for the day there_will be aj
nroerrarnme rendered entirely differ-!
ent from the usual numbers given on
such occasions. The memoers of tne
XK-iety would appreciate a crowded
Judge Piaver had a quartet or home
in his concert hull Wednesday
aiternoon. Tie stars were Parrylee
V/'I'iams, Li Hie Fuller,'Cora DeWalt
.a;.'. Wiil 'Jcnnor. These booze inspired
souls had been to Oily Bracy's now
celebrated brea1*: down at Helena >6at
jiJay night and while returning they
filled the air with such a volume of
,i minous !angi/age that the chicken
roosters began to crow for day break.
"You are charged with disorderly conduct
on the public highway and ?.'or
cursing and using obscene language,"
said the judge. "What say you, guilty
or not guilty?' "Guilty," pleaded the
bunch and each got $10 or . 30 days.
Will Connor paid the price in coin.
His t'lemale nocturnal illuminators
went to the county home for a 30
AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
All who have been invited to sing at
the Baptist church during the meeting
next week are invited to meet at
the church on Friday night, March
24th at 7:30 for a practice father. The
hour of meeting is 7:30 so that we
may finish in tiuie for any who wish
to go to the play given by the young
mpn nf thp r?rillA2-p nf 8*30 "WTp an
preciate the spirit of helpfulness and
cooperation shown by those who have
pledged their support and we thank
The series of evangelistic meetings
will begin 0:1 Sunday morning, March
2G. Rev. T. U. iM'cCaul of Clemson
college will preach. Services during
the week at 4 p. m. and 8 p. m. daily.
Mr. McCaul is a splendid tenor singer
and you will enjoy him.
You are most cordially invited to
attend these meetings.
Central M. E. Chorch,
(FX E. Dibble, pastor).
Services lor Sunday, March 25, -will
! te a-* follows:
' Morning service 11 a. m. An address
will fce delivered <by tlie Rev.
|W. C. O^en, Conference S. S. secre1
Sunday scl'ool 3 p. in.
A confc-rence of the Methodist S. S.
workers of the city, 4 p. m.
Epworth League 7:15 p. m.
Evening scr^ice S p. m. Preachiug
fov ihe pastor,
NEWBERRY LODGE OF ELKS
ELECT OFFICERS FOR YEAR
The Newberry lodge of Elks elected
the following officers for the ensu
Harry W. Dominick, exalted ruler.
C. G. Blease, esteemed leading
C. F. Summer, lecturing knight.
u W. Mills, esteemed loyal knight.
J. J. H. Brown, tyler.
W. 0. Miller, secretary.
T. P. Wicker, treasurer.
I V. R. Hunter. Xat Gist, J. J. H. |
; Brown, trustees.
I E. H. Anil, esquire.
.J. W. Henderson inner guard.
j J. H. Baxter, chaplain.
i E. H. Aull, representative to the
; grand lodge and Fred H. Dominick alj
ternate re^esentative to the Grand
Hon. Ed II. DeC'amp. district, deputy, i
| wiil pay an official visit to the lodge
Yii'j lodge at present is In good
shape and it is the determination or
the membe:s to take more interest in
the meetings and to put new life into
the organization, and possibly in the
! near future make arrangements to
buy a home.
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Death of Mrs. J. C. tsaghman, |
Mis. J. C. :Caughman died at herj
iome near Leesville on Sunday even-j
ing after *a very brief illness. She was I
taken sick late in the afternoon and
died that night about ten o'clock. Mrs.
Caugliman was. in her 71st year. She
is survived by. her liusband, Mr. John
C. Caugliman, and seven children. Mrs.
G. L. Jennings of. Sparta,. Ga ; Mrs.
Thos. S. Sease of Spartanburg; John
E. Caughman of Leesville; (A. B.
Caugliman of Greenville; Mrs. Jolin T.
Hutchinson of Easley; .Miss Carrie
Caugliman of Leesville; Mrs. St. Pierre
Wright of*Wards; and two brothers
and two sisters. Before her marriage
she was iM;iss Derrick, a daughter of
Emmanuel Derrick of Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. Caua^r.an had but re*
cently celebiated then 50th anniversary
of mar net! li e.
a charter member of the j
Mt. Hebron Lutheran church andj
bursal was had on Tuesday-in th3'
r^rp.ptprv nf t"he
NEGRO KILLED AM) CORONER'S i
.11 RY MAKING INVESTIGATION I
A mysterious killing occurred near ;
'the city limits^Saturday night when
Jim Clark, colored, was shot and killed*.
-by some unknown person. His J
body was found Monday morning with \
a bullet wound in the breast near the
heart. He was found near the Cornier
residence ;of Dr. J. M. Taylor. It is
known that he was not killed where
he was found but that the shooting resulted
in desperately wounding Clark,
that he was given attention, that later
(hp fhn+ tha" fKrkHrr trroc in
"hiding over Sunday and Sunday night
it was transferred to the spot where
found Monday morning. Clark had
attended a frolic at the home of Ollie
Bracy in Helena Saturday night and
(from all accounts there was considerable
disorder during the time of the
party, several shots having been fired.
Clark was employed at the Newberry!
The police and the sheriff are working
on the case and have arrested and
lodged in jail Bess Robinson, Mary I^ee
Toland, Jane Ruff, and Jake Golden.
Coroner Lindsay empannelled a Jury
Monday afternoon and after viewing
the remains the jury was dismissed
until next Monday night. At that
time the jury will meet in the court
house for a further investigation of
me case. >, I
HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB
The Home Demonstration club met ^
j with the Perkins school Thursday,
1 March 16, as Miss Wise had to go to
I Columbia Friday, the regular meeting
day. The subject was Sanitation,
and Miss Wise gave an interesting and
! instructive talk on how to keep well.
We had several new members and
j hope for more new ones. Those talks
| are very instructive and helpful.
NEW TEACHER ADDED
AV ?*if vu klVllVUl, I
The colored people of Newberry
have added a new teacher to tue
Hoge school and euopierneared the
I salary t.f another. In two educational
Tallies they have raised nearly 80
dollars Thev have alsn nnrohaspri
I fkVu's fcr one room in,lh* Kcge schoM
On oiinaa" afternoon, 1.2are:i 2$, at 1
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c"cl -ck -p. m.. another (c-v'-ai-.onal rally I
wili fakr; place at Millers chapel A.
M E. r'arrch. AH "Trie are invite J
C. 3. Gall man.
Summer s gaiage got in a car load
of Maxwell's vesteiuav afternoon and
tnere was due to appear in The Herald
and Mews today a t^iree column
ad telling about them but on account
cf tne perverseness' of the linotype
machine we w*re unable to ^et the j
ad in type and besides made us laU
nsrniii with tVii.o ic?no T'nPSP maphinftS '
are something like unto an autorao-1
bile, when tney go tney are fine bat J
when they are dead they are the deadest
tilings alive. Troubles like some;
of the fishes a the sea come in groups
and we sincerely .lOi.e that the last
sroup is now passing by.
Bill -Smith had his entire shop;
icrce out yesterday afserncon in dress .
parade in his six new M.:x walls. He1
will be pleased to see you and to,
demonstrate for you if you are think- I
ing about a new car. And his ad will
appear in the next issue of The Herald
of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edward Fulenwider, pastor). !
Nothing preventing, the follow-frig
will be the program of divine services
at the Lutheran church of the Redeemer
10:1") a. m.?Sundav schooi.
There was a large .attendance last
bunday and several classes made per- \
i'ect records. Work to mane your class
a banner class next Sunday.
11:15 a., m.~-r-Hour bf -worsnip. A
special service is being arranged ?:or
this hour. There will be several addresses
by laymen on church worn,
Sunday school . work, and the "recent
Laymen's missionary convention at
Roanoke^ Va. Every member of the
congregation is urged to be preson
4:00 p. in.?Classes in tlie Catechism
will meet in the church.
7:30 p. 111.?The Young People will
have charge of ser.ices for half ai?
hour. This will be part of service
each Sunday night. ;
8:00 p. m.?The sermon. This will
be the second in the series of sermons
on "Serious Questions and Serious
Home of the questions Sunday night
1. The worltTis so wicked, and I
alii not in it by choice, therefore is
my Sinful life to.be excused? ' I
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2. I feel that I can live just about
as good lie outside the church as in
. . noc oe excused then from
duties and responsibilities of church1
and I am not sure -which one is right 1
hence am I not relieved of obligations
j any y ' !
A cordial invitation to all the services
is etxended the public.
The second quarterly conference
for this charge will 'be held at ;Mt. ;
Tabor, April 1-2. ^
Preaching at 11 o'clock Sunday.
Quarterly conference on Saturday i
following preaching and dinner.
Let there be a full turnout of the of-1
J. M. Fridy.
Swain-Living too. <|
Mr. Pat Livingston ami jJ:?s Ado-'
laide Swain married March 5, 1S16, at
Lexington. Rev. Thompson, fhe I utberan
preacher of Le.vir.gtop officia-i
Mrs. Livingston is still going to
school the rest of this term.
t r curriurv/irv ita cpc (it
la !< ^ II .1 itll 1.IUJL1.I IV tJl U.lii l
AT CHAPPELLS SCHOOL
Mr. J. E. Swearingen, ?tate super-*
intendent of education, will address
*he patrons and friends of Chappells
school in the auditorium of Chappells
school building Tuesday night, March
OO C . OA
?0, cX L O . OV
^rhe public is cordially invitved to
AT O'NEALL STREET
Dr. Jno. 0. Wilson, president of Lander
college, will preach at O'Neall St.
'VI'. E. church. 'Sunday, 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Subjects will be "The EarlyChurch."
Everybody is cordially invited to atI
GOBE SMITH, pastor.
I Dr. F. C. Martin |
| S^Bk |
| qj|$M Specialist|
| Examines Eyes, Fits Glasses |
t and] Artificial Eyes. %
jFlf your eyes are giving you^
^trouble don't fail to consult
? Satisfaction Guaranteed. |
f Office ove. Anderson's Dry J*
*Goods Store. t
: c :t <t x fl+c %
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for supervisor for rsewberry
county, subject ?.p the Democratic pnmary.
* Henry M. Boozer. '
I hereby announce myself as a can-'
didate for rc-election to the office of
supervisor for Newberry county and
will abide by the rules and regulations
of the Democratic primary election. J
J. C. SAMPLE. !
For Superintendent of Education.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of county superintendent
of education and will abide the
rules of the democratic party.
LM Knrf TJT Anil
X^-C/V-iC ill ^Wli*
To the Voters of Xewberry County: i
I hereby announce my candidacy for ,
the office of Ccuntv Superintendent of.
Education, subject to the rules and;
regulations of the Democratic primary.'
I seek the eft'ice "not for what I can j
r-f>t n::t r, it" hilt fr?r what T na n nilf !
Respectfully yours, r
Clemson M. Wilson.
Afo *.^1, - 1tl1C T'niTTfl^U,, I
-uai LU I, JLc/XU. 1*111*^101 Ij VJL kJVUl.1* j
Carolina, Columbia, S. C. -I
I am a candidate for reelection to;
the office of sheriff of Newberry,
county, subject to the rules o>f the
' Cannon G. Blease. !
, I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office o> sheriff of Newberry
county and will abide the rules
of the Democratic primary. (My promise
is to do in the future as 1 have in
the past when I served you?to perform
my duty faithfully and conscientiously.
M. M. Buford.
For County Treasurer.
J hereby announce myself as a candidate,for
the office 0 County If-reas
l-J.-i. iU l.? _ ?C 4.1 T"k I
urer, suujeci to tut- i uie& ui mc j
ocratic primary. Claude
I hereby announce myseH Cor treasurer
of Newberry county, subject to
the rules of the Democratic parfy.
Jas. F. Epting.
T ! ? <n ri?ap?aa .rwroAlf o
JL 11 CI cu > aaiiuuuvc c* vauui- j
date .'or the offic.e of guilty Treasurer,
subject to the rules of tjie Democratic |
primary. I will appreciate your sup- j
port. Should I be elected, I will de-1
vote the best efforts of my life to the j
discharge of the duties of the offica. j
WILLIAM E. PELHAM, Sr. !
I hereby announce xnyseltf a candi-l
date for re-election to the office of
county treasurer and will abide by
the rules and regulations of the Democratic
JOHN L. EPFS.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of county treasure
and will abide the rules of the Democratic
E. M .Lane.
FOR COUNTY AUOTTOR
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the office of County Auditor,
subject to the rules oC the Demo
J. B. Haifa ere.
I hereby announce my sell' as a candidate
for the office of Auditor for
Xewberry county and will abide by the
, r. Jes of rte "Democratic primary.
J. iViioody Bedenbaugh.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for.the office of coroner of New- j
berry county and will abide by the!
-r.,, 1 < .Via nrinmrxr a)?v>- I
1COU1L Ui Li-i V, j i
j G. H. RUFF,
j I hereby,-nnounc myself a candidate
for the office of master of New!
berry county and will abide the rules
and regulations of the Democratio
James D. Quattiebaum.
FOR SOLICITOR, 8th CIRCUIT.
T ViarAlw ormmincrf* mvsrff as a 03,11
, . "?,
didate for solicitor of the 8th Judicial
District, composed of Abbeville, Lanrens,
Newberry and Greenwood coim.
ties, subject to the rules of the Demo
T hereby announce myself & eandi
date for solicitor of the eighth circuit
composed otf the counties of Greenwood.
Abbeville. Laurens and New-j
berry and will abide the rules of the
I Democratic primary election.
Homer S. Blsckwell.
For Magistrate No. 11.
I am a candidate for magistrate for
No. 11 township and wift adibe th?B
rules of the Democratic party. ^
H. H. Ruff.
I hereby announce myself a can- "Mfl
didate for magistrate -:or No. 11 town- V
ship and will abide ifce rules of the
Andrew G. Wicker.
FOR MAGISTRATE NOS. 1 AND \ J
- TOWNSHIPS. jH
I announce myself a candidate for
the office of magistrate for Townships
Xos. 1 and 8 and will abidp the ribes , nH
and regulations of the Democratic**
Charles W. Dt
For Magistrate, >os. 1 and b. \M
I am a candidate for reelectiori^t^ V
the office of magistrate for Nos. 1 an^ M
8 townships and will abide the rules ^ W
of the Democratic party.
L. M. Player,
For Magistrate, No. 10. V
I hereby announce myself *as a ca,n- fl
f? ?~c w -i A
uiuaLc jlui md^ioiiaic j.v tvwuship
and will abide the rules of it&F+M -I
Democratic primary. . . " ~ 4 ^
P. B. EllesorTX 8
For Magistrate No. 6. *
I am a candidate for wagistate for'*
Xo. 6 township and .will :*We the'
rules and regulations >! the Demo- V
cratic party. .
J. Henry Dorroh. ;
SPECIAL JiOTIGJKSs. . J
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GARDEN SEED?Buy' your garden 1
seed from lis and get more for your J
money. fvV'e sell all .^ed'in bulk,
from 5c worth up 3? any variecy.
We handle nothing but the best.
Those who bought oi us iasi year .,
know. Try us and see t'10 differeaci JB
Summer Bros. -'M
3-24-2t. / v J
I HI AVE SOLiD my stock of goods and
accounts to C. A. Stephens. Parchecked
at several points .'by the Augusta
augmented fire department
B. M. Havird.
LOST?Between Newberry and Pros-'
perity on iStmday, a "kit" of tools.
Finder will please return to Mower s
garage. J. B. Harmon.
FOR SALE?Pure bred pups, balf r
Shepherd, half Collie, male five dol-.^ *
lars, female three dollars. Satisfacl M
tion guaranteed. Walter Denning,915 a
McKi'bben St., Newberry,'iS. C.
FOR SAJuE OR LEAiSE?The Mayfbin- ,
ton Grist MiH. Flour xniH and grist.
Apply td owner or address Route
No. 1, Box 39, Blair, S. C.
FOR 'SALE?15'0 acre? land, one dfweil- \j|
ing, three tenant bouses, barn, oth- ^
er out buildings, running water, fine
land, healthy location, 2 mtles sta- j
tion, good school, churches, public i
road and two rural routes. Priced
right. Terms reasonable L. B. M
Aull, Dyson, S. C.
FOR SALE?Pure big boll Cleveland
cotton seed, per. bushel, |1.Q0. Also
i odder and lumber. J. A. Sheaijr, I J
Newberry, R. P. D, 2, phoae 5602.
MULES -AND _.RES? from Tennes- J
see on hand. Come to see me. A
G. Wise, Prosperity, S. C.
FOR SALE?One brood mare, 9 years
old, perfectly gentle, work anywhere.
Apply to P. B. Odell, Whitmire, S. C.
pVlT? C11 V "hav hrvrftp 9 vwirs S
old. Eugene Gary, 1109 Nance St
3-21-tf. . *
FOR SALE?One HaHey-Daividson two
speed motorcycle. In excellent con- ~2
dition. Cheap. J. M. Jones, New- , J
berry. Route 7, Box 1C. ?
SEED POP CORN for sale. Jolmsont
I PAT CASH. 1
Hens, per pound, 12 cenW?
Chicks, 2 pounds or less, 16 cent*.
Eggs, per dozen, 15 cent*.
Roosters, per poun3, 6 cents.
JAMES D. QUATTLEB4OT.
Prosperity, S. C.
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