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The Movements of Many People .Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. "The many friends of Mr. D. Henry W-Ueeler were delighted to see him ir ~Xewberry yesterday, having suffi ciently recovered from his recent ill r.ss to iake the trip. He was companied by his sons, Dr. J. S Wheeler, Mr. Frank Wheeler and Mr. Sam Wheeler. Mrs. J. J. Sitton, of Pendleton, i iting her brother, Mr. P. C. Gaillard. Prof. H. B. Dominick and fami13 oi Fountain Inn, are spending th( 7.cation with Mrs. Dominick's :mother, Mrs. Fulmer, near town. Mrs'Marie Eason, of Charleston, i! wilting at M'r. Jno. M. Kinard's. Br. I: E. Crimm, the eye special ist, will leave Newberry the lattei part of the week and will in a fen days sail for Europe. where he wil spend several months. returning again to this country. Mr. Arthur Copeland spent Sunday -and Monday in Newberry. Rev. L. A. Cooper returned tc Newb-rry yesterday accompanied bN bis wife and two children. Mrs. B. A. Hawkins, of Columbia 1s visiting Mrs. S. J. Wooten. Mrs. Geo. McWhirter returnet home Saturday, after visiting ir Union and Columbia. Miss Eliza Holland. of New York is visiting Miss Helen Mower. Miss Alice Jones who taught foi -sare time in the Newberry graded school has been elected a teacher ir he Spartanburg graded school. Misses Carrie Spearman and Et. -nice Abrams will return today frorr ;ie Greenville Female college. They will be accompanied by Miss Rubit Miller who will spend some timc with them. Col. Geo. Johnstone is attending ,court in Abbeville this week. Miss Lucy Riser. who has bee; teachi1g in the Rock Hill gradet schol, is home for the vacation. Sh was reelected for another year. Mrs. Geo. McCutcheon. of Colum bia, has been spending some timt with ber parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alar Johnstone. TDr. David Lyle of Chester coun ty, has come to Newberry to makq hris home and has taken a positio! with Pelham's pharmacy. We wel come him. VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. Cotton was quoted at 8 1-4 in Nezwberry yesterday. Col. E. H. Aull. Mrs. A.uli. .\is: Alice Aull and Master Humbert AujI after a pleasant visit to Gov. Mc 'Sweeney and family, returned to thei! Shome in Newberry last Thursday 19fiss Leonora McSweeney accom ;oanied them home. We ho.pe the: "sfll 313 come back in the very nea1 Yfuture.-'Hampton Guardian. Cdl. 'E. H. Aull, President of th< Stat-e Press Association and edito, cani p~roprie:or of the Newberr' Hrald and News, paid a visit tt THampton last week. He was re tur-ning from Beaufort, >.cre he at tended the Grand Lodge of Knight. of Pythias. He was very muel -pleased with the lowv country anc will come again.-Hampto: Guardian Voluntary Observer WV. G. Peter som says the rainfall last week was -, rgain rain fall-.gg. The closing exercises of the New iberry graded school will be held otr Fa~ihy evening. The address will b4 <kiwered by the Hon. M. L. Smith oi }'os.'J. E. Boggs, of Pickens. w:i' Jeliver the annual address before du 'Prosperity graded school on Thurs. There is some talk in the paper: .'JyM Solicitor Thos. S. Sease will ht auididate for attorney genera necxt year. If he puts the same vigo: .matt@-running for office as he does ii *h -prosecution of criminals. ther noy the Lord 'help the man who run: .t ed; him.-Sumter Herald. The Tax Voted Off. 'The St. Luke's school district hel< .ii election .on Saturday on the ques rirn of continuing a three mill ta: G ot school purposes which was vote< sme years ago. The tax was voste< # tm avwaeOf I6 tot. THE NEXT COURT. Four Murder Cases For Trial-The Prisoners In Jail. he business for the criminal court which seems to increase always just as the time approaches for the time for the court to sit is no eCcption for -the approaching term. There are now four murder trials f->r the June term besides burglary, assault and battery with intent to kill. rape and possibly some others. Fed Hubbard who killed a negro at Chappells some months ago has re cently been captured .and Mack Th.-mpSon- who killed another negro some ten years ago has been lodged in jail to await trial on the charge of mur der. The other two case are B. 1 H. Amick and Wesley Suber both of whom are out on bail. Wash Harris is in Jail to answer to the clarge of burglay Emanuel Burton on the charge of assault and battery with in tent to kill and Amos Adams. rape. The court of gcneral sessions will convene on June 26. Judge J. C. Kl"h' will preside. Mr. R. A. Coop er. e%\ newly ected solicitor will be here. Grand Slaughter Sale. Moselev Bros.. of Prosperity,. will sta-rt'a grand slaughter sale of mus inu. colored lawns, voiles. organdies. laces. white dress goods..ladies' hats and -6 owers Saturday and Monday, June 3 and ;. Don't forget it. They sent a change of advertisement which will appear. We could not get it in today, but give you notice of the sale. Dead Fall School. This school closed a most success Ifui session Friday. M Aay 23rd. The work acomiplished by the pupils was exerely gratifying to Mrs. St. Amand. the teacher. Honors were a waded two sisters drawing for the prize among the girls-Julia May a,l Pauline Dominick. the former be : .:ccessul. contestant. Wi:h the 1 econd there was another tie _T . ; I2 : Z, v r Eli~ .. Ravncnd Dominick came a o amng the boys. Chester I : -.wig. Dead Fall school I abc-ve the average country school in advancement but a good school in a good loca!i-y is sadly need Music Recital. The music pupils of Miss Hattie Leae's school will give a recital a.t the~ studio on Thursday evening at 8:0 The parents and a few friends have been invited to be present. Advertised Letters. Letters remaining in Post Office or weeg ending May 27. Igo5. A--Mrs. J. J. Adams. B-Jack Balden. George Brooks. W. A. Buzhardt. D-Sallie Davis. G-Rev. Dave Gardner, Mamie Lee H---llie Harelden. Jno. Haudley (special delivery). K-Era Kibler, B. J. King. M-Kattie Montgomery. N-rs J Nigton. P-Mr. R. Pooge. R-Mrs. Estell Reeder. S-homson Sloan. Didus Suber. T-H. G. Turner. W-Charlie Watts. Hoge School. The closing exercises of Hoge schol, colored, will be held in Miller chapel on Thursday night, May 31. The following is the program: Music. Invocation. Music. The Swan Song, Lucile D. Beacham. The Lost Word, Geo. W. Gray. Cherokee Roses, Bessie Haw Music. Cigarette's Ride and Death, Miss Mez. E. Moon. This Country Isn't Free, H. Edgar The Honor of Zenda, Andrena 1. Rutherford. Music. The Palmetto and the Pine, Samuel B. Daniel. Wooig of Bernice, Clara B. Mousic NEW FRATERNITY HALL. -.1-hndsom- eThree Story Buliding to be Erected by the Masons and Knights of Pythias. The Masons A. F. M. No. 84. the Signet Chapter No. 24 and the Knights of Pythias, Newberry Lodge No. 75 and O'Neall Lodge No. 154. have raised the money for the erec tion of a fraternity hall. The building and the lot will cost in the neighbor hood of $15.00b when completed. The subscription to the capital stock has been taken by the lodges named above and by the individual mem bers. The building will be three stories with two large store rooms on the first floor, and offices on the second and the fraternity hall for the use of the lodges on the third floor. It will be located on Caldwell street directly in rear of Summer Bros. clothing store and fronting the Newberry ho tel. The matter has been talked by the lodges for some -ime and at first it was decided to make the building only two stories but a great many mem bers of the secret orders named thought that a t'tree story building was the thing and i took only a brief canvas to raise the additioral money for the three story b-:ilding. The building when completed will add very much to this part of the city and will be a good location for almost any class of business and :he stores should be readily rented. The work will commence at once and the build ing should be ready for occupancy by the early fall. Johnstone Academy. The closing exercises of the John stone Academy schcjl were held on Saturday. when in addition to the pro gram below. a delightful picnic was enjoyed. This school was taught the past session by Miss Bellq Kay. Opening address by John Domi nick. Dialogne. How :he Quarrel Began. Georgia Neel and Annie Sligh. Recitation. A Litte Speecli, James H1alfacre. Reci:ation. M1 es: Friend, Ruth Wilson. Recitation. Ned's Best Friend, Tohnnie Fe!lerz. M\usic. Dialogue. The Spelling Skule. Recitation, Where are the old times. Lillian Feli.. Dialogue, Visitors from Story Land. Music. Recitation, Casey at the Bat, Clem son Wilson. Dialogue, Taking the Census - gene MeCullough and Ella Sligh. Recitations Mv Matrimonial Views, Ida Fellers. Music. Dialogue. How lie Popped the Question. Clemson Wilson and Geor gia Neel. Recitation. Better Late than Nev er. Ella Sligh. Music. Dialogue. The Bewitched Closet. Closing address b:y Helen Stone. Quarterly Conference. The second quarterly conference of the Newberry circuit will be held at Lebanon church next Saturday, June 3. All day service Saturday. Rev. Jno. E. Carlisle, presiding el der, will preach Saturday at 11 o'clock and Sunday r.t II o'clock. Death of Mr. T. J. Burton. Mr. I. 0. Burton, of Newberry, re ceived a telegram an Saturday from Due West announcing the death of his father. Mr. T. J. Burton. Mr. Burton was 70 years old and beside his son in Newberry has another son, Mr. Oscar Burton. Plow Up Every Other Row. Mr. F. A. Schumpert, of the New berry Hardware Co., says he took a trip in the country one day last week and the farmers were complaining very much about the grass. His ad vice is to plow up every other row and put that row in speckled peas and in that way they will be able to work out what is left before it is stunted and he says that row that is left w;illl make as much cotton as both rows and besides the farmers would then make an abundance of rough food and at the same time improve- their land. It is worth try ing in some cases, at least, where the; asse se tting the upper hand. Parlor Concert. The following is the program of the parlor concert to be given at the pa.,-naC of the Lutheran Church ot :h Redeemer on Thursday night next: Part I. i. Male Quartette-"The Soldier's Farewell."-Messrs. Buck, Stone., Bedenbaugh and Long. 2. Piano Duet-"Imperial Guards March" Eggman.-Miss Odalite Johnson and Mr. J. D. Cappleman. 3. "Lad and Lassie"-Miss Carrie Mayes. 4. Piano Solo, Selected-Miss Lois Goggans. 5. "The Pickanninnies' Lullaby" Miss Carolyn Cromer. 6. "Anchored," Watson.-Dr. Scher er. 7. Quartette-"Serenade," Schu bert.-Misses Carolyn Cromer, Car rie Mayes, Ruby Holloway and Mag gie Cline. S. "Fiddle and I," Goodeve.-Miss Mamie Cline,, with Violin Obligato, Mr. Boyd. , Part II. i. "King of the Mighty Deep. Schniid.-Mr. Seabrook. 2. Piano Duet--"Danse Cubaine," Gotschalk.-Misses Lois Gogganm and Sara Rawl. 3. "The Rosary." Nevin.- Miss Carolvn Cromer. 4. Piano Sclo, Selected.-Miss Jen nie Hallman. 5. Solo. Selected.-Miss Ruby Hol lowav. 6. Vocal Duet.-Misses Carolyn Cromer and Carrie Mayes. 7. Cornet Solo-"Flow Gently Sweet Afton,"-Prof. Powell; pianist, Miss Mazie Dominick. 8. "The Appeal of the Sacred Heart." Madame L.--Mrs. Theodore Johnstone. 9. "Lullaby." C. Demarest.-Mis Carrie Mayes. io. Ramona Waltzes.-Piano-Miis Mazie Dominick. Violin-Mr. Boyd. Guitar. Miss Carrie Mayes. Mandolin, Mr. W. B. Seabrook. The rice of admission will be thir tv five cents. Refreshments will be erved without extra charge. Tickets are for sale by the young ladies and at Maves Book store. Not only the members of the con gregat:on h1L also al! friends are in vited to be present. The Meeting at the Baptist Church. Rev. L. A. Cooper, who has been conducting a meeting at the Baptisi church was called home on Saturday on account of the death of his child, but the meeting continued as an nounced at the Baptist church, preaching morning and night by th pastor. The special meeting for men was held at 4.30 p. m. Sunday. A goodly number was present and one of the most helpful and inspiring meetings of the series. 'We thought that wvher it was known that Mr. C.ooper had been called home that it would throw a damper on the meeting but not so Rev. Mr. Seab'rook made the address and it was one of :ne best and mos1 timely we have ever heard and we doubt whether he has ever made a better or more appropriate one. The spirit spoke through him. He took for his subject, "Visions." visions of self, of our relation to humanity. vis ion of the man Christ Jesus. visions of him as God and Savior. Every body we believe went away feeling that it was good that he had come. Why not have more of these meet' ings. The men coming together tc :alk about and pray for the moral and spiritual condition oif the town. We hope that this ;s the beginning of these meetings for men. We are brought closer together, we feel thai we have a common interest binding us together. W\e owe it to ourselves, our families, our community. Mr. Cooper returned yestrday and the meeting wvill continue through the week, preaching at it o'clock. a. m. lasting for just one hour and at I.3C p. m. Every body cordially invited. X. "Of Such is the Kingdom of Heaven.' The news of the death of the in fant dau;ghter of Mn. and Mrs. Wmn P. Houseal! e:: Sunday morning wa! received with deep sorrow by theii many friends. The funeral took plac yes:erday, Rev. WV. L. Seabrook, a's sisted by Rev. C. A. Freed, of Colum bia, fficiting Mil=augh's Big Sale. Mimnaugh has had several big sales but the biggest of them all will commence on Saturday prompty at 9 o'clock. It is to iast for ten days. ie takes two pages of The Herald and News today to tell you about it. This big ad made it necessary to make The Herald and News twelve pages. $75,000 worth of goods to be sold and at prices which were never dreamed before. Just read them and convince yourself. This sale is not to be confined to the town and county but if you have to come by railroad he will pay the railroad fari-. of all who come that way and pur chase as much as $20.00 from his store. Besides the 2000 subscribers to The Herald and News who will see this advertisement he is going to put it on io.ooo circulars and send them out to every house in this and adjoining counties. He means business and has put his prices at such figures that you will have to buy. "Let me give )u an example of the surprising effect that the -ele phone exercises over our morals. SPECIAL NOTICES. EXCURSION TO COLUMBIA. Columbia vs. Jackson'ville. Play ball. Leave Newberry 8.45. Fair 75 cents. DR. I. E. CRIMM WILL GO TO Prosperity on Thursday and - will be found at Wise's hotel. WANTED-Ten experienced sales people for the big io days sale. A ply Friday at Mimnaugh's. EXCURSION TO COLUMBIA Wednesday June 7th. Fair 75 cents C.. N_7. & L. railway. WANTED-Any information con cerning the whereabouts of James Cannon. He is under contract and only son of Clara Cainon. 16 years old. Clara Cannon. LOOK OUT FOR MIMNAUGH'S big hand bill. One will be left in every home in the county. LOST-A g6ld pin Sunday evening on streets. Engraved "M. A. S. 'oi." Finder rewarded if returned to this office. WANTED-Twenty-five mule colts Highest market price paid. S. B.. Aull, Jalapa. DR. L. E. CRIMM WILL REMAINS in Newberry until Saturday, 12 in., June 3rd. WE WILL BUY COTTON SEED for cash or in exchange for the next ten days. Little Mountain Oil Mill, Litde Mountiin, S. C. WANTED-All the old iron you have for sale. Highest prices paid. I Langford & Wicker. WANTED.-All the cotton seed yo have after you are through plant ing. Farmers' Oil Mill, J. H. Wick r, Manager. MONEY TO LOAN-We negotiate oans on improved farm lands at sev er per -:ent. interest on amouts over one thousand dollars, and eight pet cent. interest on amounts less than $i.ooo. Long tine and easy payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter. Land of the Sky. Asheville is, without exceptions, the most beautiful city in the Sap phire coutntry. The drives around the1 ctv are unexcelled anywhere for the lovely views they afford. "Dn'jail to visit "Biltmore" whcre the :inest reside:itial property Iin America is . The home of Geo. W. Vadilt, Esq., which is reached by trolley, being only two miles from Asheville. Excursion to Asheville, Thursday,v J. . Rate $s.75 fo 'ound trip.