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tht Movements of Many People, Newber
rians and Those Who Visit
M rs TIabor H ill went to Baltimore
'Iiss Lalla Arthur returned to
Mr. Etigene A. Griffin, of Char
lotte, is visiting in Newberry.
Nir. C. 1 Graham, of Ponaria,
pai a pleasant visit to this oificc
\\c, e ddy.
C. C. Diavis is among the visiors
tody trom Newberry.-Greenvilie a
Nilr. Ray, of Coluinbia. general s
ul erinttendent of :ne V. C. oi* mil.,
int t.we State was in Newbrry
\>V.1Wiliam Dwbrhlardt, of New. t
e ty e d inl tie citv
V - n.g re'.ati ve- Colum tbiai Re
i!'-. \\'. T. Glenn andl chi1r:n.
o ' happAll*s, vi-ited her parents )
iast wcek. -\\inn.h>o New- and V
NI iss Evelyn McMeekin is now in h
Newberry visiting her sister. Mrs. i
G. W. S .Winsboro News
anl Herald, 2oth. P
Nr,, Carrie Pitts, of Newberr, ti
'+ited Superintendent of Educa
ti(,n John S. Drrick this week.--- -
f,exington Dispiatch, 20th.
1 . C. M. Bouknight, of Newber
ry ha b:en on a visit here among
rAtivs andl fin )s. -Cal a cor.
:inton D )atch.! 20th.
W!\alter WVheeler -p)ent -tv
e:I are n wr -c~lut hi- wte -c
:,. N. N . ii rr an( littlc son
are -;suing relt ives at Walton, o
w1h.re Mr. Ilar:i :paid a brie: vi-it
the- first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. 'Martin have
returned from Lake City, FIa., and (
Burr has left his automobiling after I
<quails to his friends iii that city. i
Mrs. J. S. Swygert was sun
mion,e -d to Newberry on account of a
the -erious illness of her father.- t
Vinsboro News and IIerald, 2(-th t
riand Mater C. , Blea>e at
tended the pub;ic instalhttiln ri of
fi -r, of Rebec- a I,dge of Odd Fcl- f
lo.- .11 1) 'J et ill Coh nbia I
M: s. IA4wren--e Wicker anId chil
with the fmntilie-s of Meistues- C. 1).
Chapp-li and S. Swvgert. WVinnts
bor1c Newvs andI I lmil 1, 2Jthl.
Re R C L.igon. o f Ne whe rr1\
County. SpenIt a few diays in this
coun ttv Ve idv eek v isi tinlg ldf iceds,
ail of wimtn gave him11 a most emidial
welcomite - \nideruson Iniitelli gen cer,
N.\hsses Sad ie and Lu4cile Cuarry,
recompanIitd( by their~ fat her, NIr.
. . S. S. Curryv, visitedl his daughter,
,Tits. J ohni Swittenberc-lg, o f Newher
ry, last week. - -X Winnsboro New~s
and II eraldi, 2ot
Miss J ennaie MIille-r of this section.
left last WVedn Iesdaiiy for K inards in
Newber ry where sihe wvill spendi
somel time with her cousini, Miss
lizztie Miler.-Long Lane cor.
A bb.ev'ilIe Mediiumtl, 21st.
Mr. B. F. Cuttino, of lillorce,
Orange burg county, is visit in:g his
uncle, Mir. E,d. J . Jenkins, at IHel
.ena, who has been laid upi forit a
cotupie weeks with a badly in
flamed eye, fronm whtich he hia- stf
feredi excr uciating paini.
Newherry had a plieasantt visit
on Wednesday from Mr. E. Hlamp
ton L1ovelace, formerly of this city,
but recently of Social Circle, Ga.,
anid now travelling for the Arabol
Mfg. Co. of New York, makers of'
sizing material and finishing paste.
Mr. Lovelace has his headquarters
in Charlotte, N. C.
The lawyers had a fine time in
Columbia where they have just snet
it the annupal session. of the State
3ar Association and banquet. Ne*
>erry was handsomely represented
)y the following delegation: Messrs.
V. H. Hunt, I. H. Hunt. 0, L.
ichumpert, Geo. S. Nlower, F. L.
3ynum, R. H1 Welch. F. H1. Dom
iiick, C. L. Blease.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABQUT.
\esterday looked like about the
oth of April.
When will the next meeting of
itizenisl be hleld.*
)ne of our milliners is finishing
wedding dress? Whose is it?
jud ge 1). A. Townsend will pre
de at the February term of court.
First parlor concert at the Luth
-n parsonage oi the 29th inst.
Droves of mules continue to come
this market. Good sign.
Jurors will be drawn on the
ti inst. and court will begin
This L.-ap year doesn't seem to
, as popular as the last one was.
liat is the matter?
The firm of Aull. Hentz & Co.,
as been dissolved. The new firm
Aull & Hipp. Pomaria.
The time will soon roll around for
olitical club meetings and convel -
ons and some people will be happy.
What is to be thenext thing that
ewberry will get up? Atlanta al
ays has something new on hand.
Summer Brothers sold eleven
mindred bales of cotton Tuesday at
cents. This is the place for your
County Treasurer Epps says the
-.ction of taxes is better up to
.te than for the corresponding pe
0.: last year.
New berrv is getting to have lots
f drumiers in the various fields of
-a<e ad commerce, and they are
ood onecs too.
Aren't y-oiu going to the Mardi
'ras? Mr. S. H. McLean would
ke to talk to you about that. See
is notice and notice it.
Some few persons, it is said, are
btaining pensions under false pre
nlces. and in this cotinty too. Let
he fraud be exposed.
Loafers are getting Si(, or 3'>
vs put to them by council for the
r,t oiTence. They will get it
iavier for the second Conucil i.
oing good work. Let it go on.
Suiperintendent J ones of the Oil
dil! fell through an opening in the
o r at the mill Wednesday alter
ooni and fractured thiree ribs
Mr s. L. II Wilbur gave an "at
me"yes terdayv afternoon, wvhert
delight ful time was spenit b)y t hose
who were so fortu nate as to b)e pre
At Chappells last week we noted
xith pleasure the good work being
lone by Newberry county on their
i le of the bridge, mnak ing it niew
rom muudsil up ii -Sl Iuda Stanidard,
TChe Newberry Shakespeare Clul
net last night at the residence of
Mvr. F. B Wilbur Arranigemients
re miakinig to celebrate, on thme 41th
>f M arch,. tIhe tenth anniv1 ~ersary of
Is everybody-andl everything
i debt? If we would all piractice
he I,Ordl's prayer and take a niew
itart there would be less talk and
The p)resenit mode of attaching
he penalty for nion-paymenlt o
aines is a most im iserable arrange
mecnt. It must umndoubtedl y gi\
the count y treasturers a great amooun
of additional work.
Mr. Tihoimas V. Wicker, of New
erry, recently decceased, had many:
friends in Greenwood county. H<
was faithful in all things and ha;
gone to his reward.-Ninety-Si:
cor. Greenwood Index, 21st.
This has been a fine winter to pre
nare for spn.e.Tnkinavi11e ow
Winusboro News and Herald. The
Herald and News is glad to say that
the same condition prevails here.
Claude Williams says he helped
to build the new cruiser Charleston
which is to be launched at New
port News, Va., tomorrow, and
that he will be at the launching.
TIhe Spartanburg Herald wicked
ly remarks that women seeim to
wear their shoulder blades in lots
of different places, according to the
kind of dress they have on.
A level headed and clear sighted
citizen says the indications are for
an early. and favorable spring and
good crop year, fruit included. \We
take his word for it and hope lie
may be correct in his diagnosis of
t he weather Fpells.
You had better pay taxes during
january. if you have not already
done so. The penalty this 1uonth
is oily one per Cent. -Cherokee
News. Yes, and next month it
will be an additional one per cent.
Worse still-after that it will be
five per cent. in' addition. Hurry
up if \ou don't want to figure too
high in addition.
Rev. G. E. Edwards To Wed.
Cards have been received inNew
berry announcing the approaching
marriage of the Rev. George E Ed
wards and Miss Julia Hastings, of
Greenville, which is to occur on
Thursday evening, February the
4th, in St. Paul's Methodist church
Mr. Edwards served as pastor of
the O'Neall Street Methodist church
in this city the past twvo years and
his hosts of friends here extend their
congratulations in ad vance.
Shockley & Livingstone have
nearly completed a new residence
for Mrs. Fannie J. Fant, opposite
the residence of Chief Justice
Pope, and are completing a new
residence for Mr. J. G. Jones in
These contractors and builders
have also commenced a new resi
dence for Miss Mamie Crook, near
Mr. R. L. Tarrant's residence,
and two new stores for Mr. H. E.
Todd, opposite Copeland's stables.
Thougnt lie Was Stonewall Jackson.
At the Gordon. memorial exer
ci,es in the opera house last Thurs
d.y several small boys were eni
gaged in air ainimnated discussion.
Among other funny things said,
one of thle b oys remarked: "TLhat' s
Stonewall Jacksou." "W' Vhat are
you talking about,'" answered an
ot her: " who ever heard tell of a
dleadh mnani talkinmg ?' Col. Schtun
p)ert was tire speaker then engag
ing the attention of the audience ini
his elognent tribute to the lamented
Mr. Holmes Resigns.
Special to The State.
L4aurens, January m s.-Rev. Wil
mnot S. H-ohntres, who is mow th<
rector of the Episcopal Chutrch o:
the Epiphany here, has accepted
call to the rectorate of a church a
Grenada, Miss. , and has sent in hi:
resignation to the vestry of th<
church here to take effect on Feb
29. Mir. Hohnres is greatly likei
in L4aurens, and there will be sin
cere regret at his departure Thn
resigna tion caused general sur prise
Mr. I[lhnes wvas mrarriedi two week
ago, Iris bride being4he datughrt
of Rev. Robert Adams of tIre Firs
Presbyterian church. Mr. Hohne
has long been a v'ery warnifrieni
of Bishop Brat ton of the Mississipf
Tire Hanmpton monument comisi
sion reports that there is now oi
- hand from voluntary contributior
about $5,500o and it is expected the
ha a few days this will reach neari
HIS OFFICIAL ACCEPTANCE.
Dr. .Scherer Will Expect The Help o
Every Friend of the College.
and the ChurcL.
Dr. James A. B. Scherer, of Char
leston, has officially notified ')r.
S. T. Hallman, secretary, of his
acceptance of the presidency of
Newberry college, which position
was tendered him at the recent
meeting of the bcard of trustees in
Dr. Scherer savs: "I realize the
honor tlhat has been done mne. and
the greit responsibility of this l>oSi
tion I shall expect every friend of
the college and of the church to
help me in the great work to which
you have called ile; and shall in
voke the aid of Aimighty God,
without whom we can no nothing.''
102 YEARS OLD.
A Receipt Given In Charleston in the
Year 1802--An Interesting Record
Of A Past Age.
Everybody likes to come actoss
old things and to unearth hidden
matters which when found briig
the past before their mental vision.
If it be rich treasure; so much the
better, but anythings over one h11u.
dred years old is interesting. Be
low is a copy of an old receipt that
was handed Mr. Nat Gist by Mr
James \Vorkman and which the
latter found among his effects:
"Received Charleston Mav 5th.
1802, by Mr. James Cleland One
Pound Five 'Shillings in full for
James Davenport, anuount.
4")er William (ist.
"Francis F. Gist."
REEDY RIVER ASSOCIATION.
Program For Union Meeting To Be Held
With East Side Church January 29th.
The Reedy River Union meeting
will hold its next session with the
East Side church, Newberry, S. C.,
January 29, 1904.
Introductory serimion by Rev. H.
Subjects for discussion:
1st. What are the evi* -es of
conversion? Rev. T T :,y an(
J. Simpson Don'
2nd. Sanctificati .. . astant
aneous or progressiveY R. . k . A.
McD)owell and lieodore )anielsen.
3d. Wlhat is the scriptural metlhod
of procedure in corrective , church
discipline ? Rev. G. A. Wright and
Rev. 14. WV. Swope.
4th Is a church member uinder
any obl igationms to his clhurch, if sc
what and why ? Rev. HI. Fowler and
and E. H-. Longshore.
5th. WVhich has the greatest clain:
on the churches of this association
state, home or foreign missijnsg
Rev. J. 11. Pearcy and Robt. Y
Msinary sermon at 11~ a. mn
on Sunday by Rev. E' A. McDlowell
Notice To Creditors.
1LL PRSONS HOLDING CLAIMf
aginst the estate of James HI
Hlendrix, deceased, will present sami
dluly attested to the undersigned, or m:
Attorneys Messrs Hunt, Hunt & Hunt
er, on or before February 18th 1904.
JOHN W. HIENDRIX.
Admr. of estate of James H. Hena
January 4th 1904.
It's AIl Off Till Spring!
r Wh'lo saIidT io? C.omei to se
t * us. We\ will miake it pa"y you.
5 Will sell you goods like this:
F1Iancy Cream Chese - 15c.
1 Newv Pack Sahnonu( Sc. can.
Best Sugar 5c. the poun11d.
Good Cof fee, roe, a pound1(.
We handle Sausage, Liver Pundding~
SHoghecad Cheese, Hlains, Cabbag,
s Potatoes, Peas, Beans, Rtc., Et<
y Counts & Dickert.
RuM.ellwt Old Stand, Main&S
... TIR.COTTON MARKET.
. N ewboi'fy
(Corrected by NV Gist.)
Good Middling .. ....... 14
IStrict Middling ..... 13 87 1-2
W HILE I AM OUT -IN THE COUN
ty taking returns there will be
some one in the office to attend the busi
W. C. CROMER,
A ULE STOLEN - From cotton yard
i. of G. M. B. Epting at Newberry
on Saturday night. Small bay mule
black mane and tail -large scar be
tween front legs on breast, Leather
saddle and blind briddle on mule. Suita
ble reward for information leading to
return of mule. J. P. SUMMER.
LINE HORSES - Just received a
nice lot of Kentucky horses. Call
and see them.
A. L. KNIGHTON & CO.
'W ANTED AT THE NEWBERRY
VSteam Laundry one hundred
voung men's washing. We will make
it to your interest to call and see us or
phole 116. L. 13. Aull.
WANTED.-Table Boarders Janu
atry the first.
Mrs. George McWhirter.
F OR SALE. -100 cords Oak Wood,
2 feet long. Apply to
S. B. Aull, Jalapa.
PARTIES having houses to rent or
lots for sale will do well to see
Aull and Higgins in regard to same,
who will rent and take charge of col
ANUlACTURER wants reliable
man to deliver and collect; horse
and wagon and $150 deposit necessary;
$21 a week and expenses; permanent.
Franklin, Box 78, Philadelphia, Pa. 4t
Hickory and Holly Logs. Freight
paid on carloads. James Cockshot,
Charileston. S. C.
ONEY TO LEND-I am author
ized to negotiate loans on real
osat v mortgages running 3 to 5 years.
A) i to Johnstone & Welch.
G;o. B. CROMER.
)E -VAURANT--Fancy Groceries
1A "I r. John J. Eargle who has bought
out the grocery store of C. W. Douglas
will also continue the restaurant at the
same place and you can secure a good
meal cheap. He also has a good line
of fancy and staple groceries at prices
that are reasonable.
'ONEY TO LOAN-We negotiate
loans on improved farm lands at
seven per cent. interest on amounts
over one thousand dollars, and eight
per cent. interest on amounts less than
$1,000. Long time and easy payments.
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter,
ITUNTrER & SANER are running a
1 & saw mill about one mile from city
on road to Lindsay's bridge, and are
prepared to fill all orders for lumber.
TALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR
SA LE - Sixty Aeres adjoining in
corpiorate limits of Newberry. High
st ate of cultivation. One hundred and
forty acres one and a half miles from
town. Good creek andl river bottom,
fine meadows on both tracts. For in
format ion ai,ply13 to
G. M. B. EPTrNG.
01 E. 1. Aumi.
'OTICEB IS H EREBY GIVEN THAT
.i the undlersignedl, composing the
Hoard of Juriy Commissioners for New
berry County, State of South Carolina,
will on the 29th., of ,Jan., inst., at nine
a. in., in the ofhice of the Clerk of Court
for tiroty-, <enly and p)ublicly
dlraw hrt-i Jurors to serve as Petit
Jurymen, at the~ February term of
Court of General Se.ssions for New berry
County, beginning F'eby 8th., 1904, anid
con~tming for one wveek, and also twelve
gend jurors to serve for the year 1904.
JanE. 18th., 1904.
Jno.L14 Epps, County Treasurer.
W.W. (gom<% County Auditor.
IJno. C. Goggaxis, Clerk of Court.
T.OSTtRd STRAYED.-A wvhite set
2. e og, black spots, from resi
d (ence of N. P. Abrams. Any informa
tion as to said (log may be left at drug
store of Gilder, Weeks & Hunter or
given N. P. ABRAMS.
OR RENT.-Store room on Main
.2 Street recently occup)iedl by W.
T I. Tarrant. Possession given at on1ce.
For terms and so forth apply to Mrs.
R. L. Paysi ger, Newberm y, S. C.
JON'T nmiss seeing those handsome
Father Bows at WoT'r.:N'S.
~1LEGA NT1 line of Pi.:uwm.:c' SIIAPa
-iA Umbrellas, at WOOTEaN'S.
?~.Knowles, late member of Faculty
of Southern School of Osteopathy, and
Dr. Ross P. Knowles, have located in
INewberry, S. C., for the practice of
osteopathy. Treatment given at resi
dence or at treating room. Lady opera
tor and lady attendant when desired.
Consultation and exanination free.
Redenc raat Ms. Glenn's.Ofe