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The Movements of Many Pe*ple
Newberrians, and These Who
Mr. E. B. Blease, a well-known ex
Newberrian, is in the city.
Mrs. H. M. Julian has left St. Louis
for Lake City, Florida.
Mrs. Lillian Burts arrived from Co
lumbia Monday on a visit to her aunt,
Mrs. Geo. A. Wright.
Mrs. R. J. Watts has returned from
Columbia. She attended the Watts
Patrick wedding there last week.
Mrs. J. M. Lathan is visiting rela
tives in Newberry.-Chester Lantern,
Miss Ruth Tompkins, of Edgefield,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. John K.
Mrs. M. A. Huiett and Mrs. S. H. Mc
Lean and children have returned to
Columbia, after visiting their daugh
ter and sister, Mrs. G. G. Sale.
The State Baptist convention will
m'eet at Greenwood December 5. Col.
W. H. Hunt is president of the con
Miss Anna Duncn, of Leesville, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. M. C.
Riser.-Beaufrt C>.mty Democrat.
Mrs. C. Bradburn and her daughter,
Miss Eugenia, left Saturday for
Greenville, where they will make their
Mrs. Ij. L. Dean represented the
Philathea class of th' First Baptist
church at the missiona y union in
Greenwood last week.
Miss Edna Shelley, of Newberry, is
the gest of her aunt, Mrs. EvaL,der
Shelley, one mile out- of town.- -Mul
lins FnAtrIse, 1fiL1
Mr. C. E. Feagle, who is with the
Southern Express company at the un
ion station in Columbia gets off a
good thing when he says he "Can't do
without The Herald and News."
Rev. and Ms. F. A. Sale, of Horry,
arrived Sunday on a visit to his broth
er, Mr. G. G. Sale. Mrs. F. A. Sale is
recuperating from an operation for
appendicitis and is .iust from a hos
pital in Augusta.
Rev. Y. von A. Riser, of Pomaria, S.
C., preached in St. James' church,
Sumter, S. C., last Sunday, and ad
ministered the communion. The con
gregation has been vacant several
months and is anxious to secure a
pastor.--Lutheran Visitor, 16th.
Mr. ,SI-igh, of Newberry, has been
7chosnh princijai of the . Beaverdanm
school. Mr. Sligh opened his schooi
Monday in order to get classes grad
ed and work in readiness for the win
ter term.-Gaffney Cherokee News,
Rev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh, of Prosper
ity, who has represented the American
Sunday school union in South Caro
lina for the past 23 years, attended
a conference of t'e men from the
*Southern districts hxeld in Knoxville,
Tenn., last -week.-L'itheran Visitor,
In addition to the d 'legates to the
U. D. C. convention meL'i.mIed i:i The
Herald and Ne-v. 2.ir.. .L. M. Ki1u'd
and Mrs R. H. Wri't ar-. . nu:'nned
.to attend the meeting at G. eenwood
this week. Mrs. J. A. Crownm and
Miss Bessie Bowers go from Pi osper
Rev. I. S. Caldwell, of Presperity,
-was recently elected by the A~. R. P.
synod as secretary of the hons mis
ssion board, which, among other du
ties, carries with it the evangelis. of
the sy'Uod. It is likely that he will
accept, to .begin work early in Decem
Dr. G. Werber, a.fter a week's visit
to his mother and on business con
nected with his father's estate, leaves
Tuesday on his return to Washington,
D. C., where he is a prominent and
prosperous citizen. Dr. Werber's
many friends here were glad to see
him looking so hale and hearty.
Mr. Jno. WV. Reeder carried his son,
William, to Columbia Thursday for
hospital treatment. The operation
was successful, a large stone, the
size of a pea, being removed in its
passage from the kidney to the blad
der. The operating surgeons say that
no patient ev'er suffered more intense
pain than Mr. Reeder endured before
he obtained relif. His many friends
will bs glad to know that he is doing
Among the delegates to the United
synod are Revs. Jas. D. Kinard, Dr.
J. H. Harms, M. 0. J1. Kr-eps, R .
Koon, Dr. G. B. Cromer, A. H. Kahn
and Dr. C. L. Kibler. Among t>.. aiJ
ternates: Revs. Edw. Fulenwider and~
WV. B. Aull, and Dr. 0. B. Mayer, W.
P. Houseal, S. J. Derrick, Dr. G. Y.
. H-Tnter, R. T. C. Hunter, Dr. E. 0.
Hentz, W. K. Shealy and J. B. Hun
ter. On the executive committee and
advisory board of home missions are At
Revs. S. P. Koon and 0. B.'Shearonse
and Messrs. W. K. Shealy and J. B.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. Fa
The next attraction at the opera Fo
house will be Daniel Boone. F
Get ready for the primary on the gr,
28th, and choose your men for the by
next city council. er
W. S. Langford is announced as a
candidate for school trustee from
Ward 4, J. H. Wicker having declined
to be a candidate for re-election.
The recent meeting of the Lutheran pr
synod authorized the holding of a 91
State Sunday school normal and to
Rev. Dr. J. H. Harms was placed on pr
a committee "to arrange for such a to
normal during the summer of 1912." wi
Rev. Jas. D. Kinard was re-elected th(
plresident "The president's report ha
was full of interest." Among the oth- of
er officers are Rev. S. P. Koon, vice co:
president; Mr. A. H. Kohn, treasurer; frc
Dr. 0. B. Mayer, treasurer of Newber- ne
ry college and semi-centennial en- on
The report from the late missionary of
conference of the South Carolina pr
synod says that on Sanday morniign
"the children's hour was conducted by co
Miss Rosalyn Summer, who gave a va
most original and interesting child- y1
talk on God's plan and purpose for J
the world which he has made." That ha
on Monday night Mrs. J. H. Harms ho
made an address on "Woman's Work M'
for Christ," which was "full of valu-I on
able information," Pnd that "splendid
papers prepared by Mrs. Edw. Fulen- ja]
w1der (and others) were read."
COMMON PLEAS COURT.
Seeral Cases Set for Trial-LandF
Case Disposed of on Monday- C
Judge Gage Presiding. 1
The November tern, of the common C
pleas court for Newberry county con
vened on Monday morning at 10
o'clock, with Judge George W. Gage,
of Chester, presiding. The term is for
one week, and will be followed by the I
general sessions court, which willj
convene on next .Monday morning at
The case of John J. Dominick,
plaintiff vTs. John Q. A. Bedenbaugh, e
was disposed of on Monday morning. d
This was a suit for the recovery ofIlo
about four acres of land in the St.
Luke's community. The defendant had
not answered the complaint,, and at
the conclusion of the plaintiff's testi- m
mony. Judge Gage directed a ver-tu
dict for the plaintiff. The plaintifftu
was represented by Mr. B. V. Cn-.p
Several matters not requiring a
jury were taken up by Judge Gage.
There are a good many cases set forM
trial during the week. The trial of M
jury cases will be resumed Tuesday;
The following card will be of in-I o
terest to Mr. Dominick's many friends t
in this county: t
Mr. and Mrs. Emelius Stone
invite you to be present
at the marriage of their daughter
Minnie Frances A
Mr. Simpson Broaddus Dominick~
on Tuesday, November twenty-eighth
nineteen hundred and eleven
at twelve o'clock
First Presbyterian Churcht
Rocky Mount, North Carolina.
In speaking of the approaching
marriage the Morning Telegram of D
Rocky Mount, N. C., says: i
"Both of the contracting parties are f
well known, and residents of this city,c
the bride being the eldest daughter of BI
Mr. and Mrs. E. lu. stone, and a C
young woman whose sterling worth1B
aiid charming personality have won -B
for her a host of friends in this city
and section of the State. Miss Stone v
is an alumnus of the State Normal,
at Greensboro, though since her col
lege days she has held a position as
stenographer in the office of the su
perintendent of roadway.
"Mr. Dominick is a popular engineer a
of the Atlantic Coast Line, having'
made his home here for the past sev
eral years, though he is a resident of
Georgia, and removed here from that'm
Death of a Little Girl. Si
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Dority lost their A.
little daughter, Octavia, who died of Vi
pneumonia Sunday afternoon at 2.45! th'
o'clock, aged 5 years. The funeral!d
\eric was held at the residence Mon-; w
day afternoon ar. 3.30 o'clock. conduct- of
d by the Rev. Geo. A. Wright. In- Sc
erent at Rosemnont. The fond par- 0f
m's have the symipathy of all in their l
FARMERS" COR. CONTEST.
tendance Not Large-Speeches by 0
Williams and Barton-Prizes That
rhe Boys' Corn contest and the
,rmers' Union Corn contest had a ei
nt exhibit in the court house on el
iday. last. The attendance was not ai
ry large and the interest not so ki
eat as last year. Talks were made hi
Mr. Ira W. Williams, of the Fed
il Agricultural department, and by 0]
-. W. H. Barton, of Simpsonville. ti
rhe following are the awards that S
[n the Farmers' union contest for ti
greatest yield on one acre the first L
ize, $12, went to Jno. T. Oxner- H
1-4 bushels; the second prize, $5. is
W. L. Buzh -d'-1.6 bushels. First
ize for the cheapest. yield, $12, went u:
Jno. T. Oxner-30.8 cents a bush:-. 5.
th yield 62 1-2 bushels to the acr t
second prize, $5, to W. IL B n
rdt-54.6 cents a th yield
47.6 bushels per acre. Pest ear of a:
rn taken from exhibit of ter ears tc
im contest acre was by Jno. T. Ox
r, the prize being a pig. - t sec
d prize, $2, to W. L. Buzhardt. a
rhe best yield, opei to the farmers F
the county: Jno. T. Oxner, first ti
[ze, a Jersey heifer; Second prize, d
Olivier plow and a bushel of seed b4
rn, to Jno. S. Watts; third, a culti- fl
Lor, to Jno. A. Nichols. Cheapest: ai
.d, Jno. S. Watts, rst prize, $10; 0
o. A. Nichols, second, smoothing fc
rrow; third, Jno. T. Oxner, one- b
rse plow. Best ten ears: A. M.
Her, half-ton cottonseed meal; sec
d, Forrest Miller, $5 and pig; third,
car Lovelace, plow. Best single ear:
rst prize, J. E. Fulmer, service of
!k; second, Forrest Miller, bushel
seed corn and pig; third, Jno. S. t
itts, cultivator. hi
[n the boys contest the prizes were:
r best yield, Jimmie Gregg Low
Ln, gold watch; Leon Dennis, $5. 5
eapest yield, Jimmie Gregg Low
n, $10; Leon Dennis, $5. Best ex- T
)it of ten ears: Carl Epting, $5, ci
rroll- Mills, $5. S1
MISSIONARY SERVICE. ai
teresting Program to be Carried Out ci
at Lutheran Church Next Sun- to
A~n interesting service is to be giv
at the Lutheran Church of the Re- bi
amer next Sunday night. The fol
ving is the program: m
. Hymn-"Jesus Shall Reign." C
L Excuses for not being active in I
ssionary work answered by Scrip
i. Address-"Prayer the Source of'
wer"-Mrs. E. Fuhenwide?. Sl
3. Hymn-"Jesus Calls Us, 0-er the
i. Address-"Woman's Work for,
ssions"'-Mrs. J. H. Harms. T
. Solo-Mrs. Roy Z. Thomas.
). Address by missionary from Ja- A
n, Rev. A. J. Stirewalt.
[0. Hy#nn-"The Whole Wide World B
The public is cordially invited to I
THE CARLiSLE CASE. 'ri
peal to Be Argued Probabily Thui tl
Week-Gov. Blease and Mr. Dom- tl
inick in Richmond. a:
The appeal of Mr. M. A. Carlisle is d
pected to be heard in the United c
tes court of ap;eala in Richmond T
s weelk Mr. Fred. H. Dominick: F
m: to Columnbia o.1 Sunday after-jt
on, where he was joined by Gov.
ease, and Gov. Blease and Mr. Dom-Io
ek left Columbia on Sunday night a
SRichmond to be present when the r
se is called for argument. Messrs.- h
ease & Dominick represented Mr. s
rlisle in the trial court before Mr.
ease's election as governor.
Mr. Carlisle was convicted in the c;
iited States court in Greenville of i
lation of the national banking laws,
d was sentenced by Presiding IlIi
dge Win. H. Brawley to serve five I
ars in the federal prison in Atlanta.
appeal was taken to the court of n
Deathi at Mollhon.G
Mrs. M. E. Craft died of pellagra; V
the Mollohon mill village on Satur-- o
y morning at 6.20 o'clock. aged t6 s
ars, and wvas buried at Rosemontn
md1ay morning at 11 o'clock. Rev. 8
M. Gardner condneting the ser- C
c. She was a consistemI memnber of t
e Presyterian clhuirch and leaves a r
ug2hi!r. Mrs. .!. '. ien. of Ridge- a
ay, and six Sanis to mourn ih i loss (
a faithful and devoted mother. The '1
'ns are Messrs. B. .1. and S. D. Craft, s
mly One Week Off-Mayor Langford
Unopposed-Pledges Must be
Filed by Friday Noon.
Very little interest seems to be tak
i in municipal politics this year. The
ection will be held next Tuesday
id everything is so quiet that no one
ows that the primary .election is at
In Ward 1, W. . shelley is the
1ly candidate. In Ward 2, there
tree candidates, H. H. Abrams, 1R
ittenburg and G. B. Summer. In
'ard 3, C. T. Summer has no opposi
on for re-election. In Ward 4, Ed.
. Rodelsperger is opposed by P. B.
utchinson. In Ward 5, 0. S. Goree
unopposed for re-election.
For school trustee, J. M. Davis is
opposed for reelection. from W.ard:
J. H. Wicker declined to serve any
inger and W. S. Langford is an
>unced as a candidate from Ward 4.
Only two candidates have paid the
;sessment and signed the pledge up
i Monday afternoon-0. S. Goree
om Ward 5, and H. H. Abrams, from
iard 2. The assessment must be paid
id the pledge signed by noon on
riday, Noviember 24, or the votes for
te candidates can not be counted un
r the rules. The assessment may
paid at The Herald and News of
,e to the secretary and treasurer,
id if he is out, there will be some
le in the office authorized to receipt
r it. The pledge must be signed
,fore the chairman, Dr. 0. B. Mayer.
OTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION.
Notice is hereby given that a Demo
-atic primary election will be held
i Tuesday, November 28, 1911, in
Le Town of Newberry, South Caro
na, for Mayor and Aldermen to serve
ir one year'; and Trustees for the
raded Schools for Ward 4 and Ward
to serve for two years. Said Pri
ary Election to be according to the
iles and regulations of the Demo
-atic party.of the Town of Newberry,
>uth Carolina: the polls to be open
at 8 o'clock a. m., and to be closed
4 o'clock p. m.
There will be a separate voting pre
nct in each ward, and in Ward 3,
o voting precincts, as follows:
Ward 1-Council Chamber.
Ward 2-New Court House.
Ward 3, No. 1-Herald and News
iilding in Friend street.
Ward 3, Club No. 2-I. T. Timmer
Ward 4-J. W. White's stare in
Ward 5-At corner of Drayton and
The following have been appointed
Managers of said election:
Ward 1-Jos. H. Hunter. Hiram
eers, C I. Epting.
Ward 2-D. B. Werts, J'no. A. Lina
Ly, C. Burr Martin.
Ward 3, Club No. 1-Alex Sngleton,.
H.. H Jones,. J.. B. 0O'N.eall Holloway.
Ward 3, Club No. 2-L. S. Darby, J.
.Derrick, W. T. Clanmp.
Ward 4-Jas. R. Davidson, Jas. M.
owers, C. P. Williams.
Ward 5-G.. W.. HilTer,. E.. S. Croiner,.
The attention of all candidates .is
illed to the following section of the
iles governing the primary:
"Sec. 3. The candidates receiving
te majority of all the vote's cast for
e said offices of Mayor, Aldermen
ad Trustees of the Graded Schools
spectively, at said* election, shall be
clared the nominees of the Demo
:-atic party of said Town; Provided,
hat on or 1before 12 o'clock noon qn
riday, November 24, 1911, each of
ie said candidates shall have left a
ritten statement with the chairman
the executive comittee that he is
candidate and that he will abide the
sults of such election and that he
as paid the assessment. No vote
all be counted for any candidate
ho has not so pledged himself.'"
The attention of v'oters is caspecially
filed to the following portion of Sec
on 2, of the Rules.
"Sec. 2. All Democrats who shall
ave their names enrolled on the
lemocratic club roll of the respective
Pards five days prior to the first pri
ary election, shall be allowed to
ote; Provided, That in the nomina
on of Aldermen and Trustees for the
raded Schools from the respective
rards, only those whose names are
n the club rolls from each ward
ball be permitted to vote for Alder
ien and Trustees of the Graded
chools from that ward. Tim Dem
ratie Ward Clubhs as organized for
ae State and County DJemiocratic p)ri
ary election are hereby recognized
s the Democratic Ward clubs of the
ity- D :mocratic primar;y: Providl d,
:m: only thosec memubers of Ihe re
petive Ward Clubs living within the
it imits shall 1) p2rmil! ed to vot
1 the City Democr:athi)rimfary *e
Club shall furnish to the secretary c
the City Democratic Executive Com
mittee a certified copy of. the club roll
of his Ward cub containing a list c
the members of said, club residin
within said Ward and within the cit
limits, said .list to be completed :
Thursday, November 23, 1911, and n
name shall' be permtted placed o
said club roll after that date. Sai
club rolls to be turned over to th
City Democratic ExecutVt Cornmitte
on Friday, November 24. The sai
club rolls certified to by the secrE
taries of* the various Ward Club
shall have received a majority c
the City Democratic Executive Com
mittee and certified by him as the rol
furn.shed by the secretary of th
Ward Club, to the managers, and sha]
constitute the registration, for sai
wards, and' onf-y those Democrat
whose names appear on these certifie
rolls shall be- permitted to vote."
If zio candidate for the office c
Mayor or for Alderman or for True
tee of the Graded Schools in a war
shall have received a mapority -
votes at such erection, a second elec
tion for the nomination of Mayor o
for Alderman or for Trustee of th
Graded Schools, as the case may bi
shall be held on Friday, December ]
under these rules; at which secon
election only the two candidates wh
receive the highest votes at the for
mer election for the respective officel
shall be Voted for; and, provided fu
ther, in the event tMere should be
tie at the second primary for Mayo
and Aldermen and Trustees of th
Graded Schools, the third primar
shall be held Tuesday, December
The candidates are assessed as fol
Trustee of Graded Schools, $5.
No pledge will be accepted froi
any candidate untess the proper al
sessment is paid' at the time of fin
Managers will call for boxes, ticl
ets and instructions at the office c
the secretary in The Herald and New
building on the afternoon precedin
each election between 3 p. m. and
.By order of- the Executive Commii
(Signed) 0. B. Mlayer,
(Signed) E. H. Aull,
One Cent a Word. No ad
vertisement taken for les
than 25 cents.
30 BOYS WANTED-15 to 18 year
old, to distribute samples and tac
up signs, under directions of
salesman.. Salary $30 per monti
traveling expenses paid and un:
forms supplied. References requi
ed as to integrity, and industra
Send photo with application (whic
wilT be returned) or call on Jacob
& Company,. Clinton,. S. C. 11-21-1
LOST-Bank book with money in i
Return to The Herald and News 01
fice and finder will be rewarded.
A. Sease. 11-17-f
FOR SALE-Single Comb Brown an
White Leghorn cockerels at $1 eaci
May's Leghorn Yards, Prosperit:
S. C. 11-17-5
GENUINE Canadian rutabagas, sau
kraut, sweet and sour pickles, minc
meat, keg olives, fresh eggs, chees'
macatoni, mackerel and lots of otl
er good things .to eat at W. 0. Wi
son's. Phone 202. 11-17
TESPASS NOTICE-All persons as
forbidden to trespass on our Bus
river and Old Town plantations,, <
any other lands under our contro
F. Werber, Jr., G. Werber,
NOTICE-First patent flour- at $4.6
per barrel. Don't miss this oppoi
tunity. Purcell & Scott.
TRESPASS NOTICE-All persons as
hereby warned not to trespass o
the lands of the undersigned b
hunting, fishing or in any mannt
whatever. J. C. Duncan. 11-14-4
FOR SALE-Some nice grade Berl
shire shoats, 8 to 4 months old, pric
$5.00 each. H. D. Boozer, Newberr;
S. C. 11-14-4t-2ta,
CALL at J. L. Burns for fresh gri
FOR RENT-Four-horse farm 7 1.
miles east from Newberry, know
as Mayes place, two dwellings, 1i
room an~d other 4-room, barns ar
stables. Apply to J. M. Shealy, P<
maria, S. C. 11-14-I
fj COTTON 3AR3f.
f (CorrPets? hv gat Gist).'
Strict good middling... ... ... .9%
Good middling... ... ... ... ...9%
i Strict middling.. . .....9
) (By Robt. McC. Holmes).
a Strict good middling... ... ... ..9%
I Good middling........... .9
e Strict middling.............8%
(By Summer Bros. Co.)
Qotton seed .... ... ... ... ...25% '
s (By A. P. Coleman).
f C\ton... ... ... ....... .. ..9%
- Cotton seed ............27 to 28%.
e (By Silverstreet Warehouse--00)
Cotton seed... ...............27
(By Aull & Hipp).
Cotton... . .............. ..9%
Cotton seed... .............25%.
(By J. L. & A. G. Wise).
Cotton... ... ... ... ... ...... .9r
Cotton seed .... ... ... ... ...25%
rl (By J. B. Derrick).
Cotton... ... ... ... ... ... ... 9
Seed... ...... ... ... ......25%
(By Glenn-Lowry Mfg. Co.) -
Cotton ........ .. 9%
Cotton seed... ... ... ... ... ..26%
(By Smith Bros.)
rCS tton.. ... ... ... ... .. . . . 9
FRESH FRUITS arrive every dy at
.T. L. Burns.
FIGURE out the cost of a-20-miles trip
with horse and buggy. A Harley
Davidson motorcycle will make the
same trip for less than -10 cents in -
one-fourth the thne. Save time and
you save dollars, lose time and you
lose dollars. Call or -write for pr
ticulars. Harry 0. Stone, Newb'erTy,
S. C. 10-31-1m
FOR FRESH fish, phone 321. 3. L.
FOR RENT-One and:two,horse farms
with 4-room houses. and; other build
.ings. H. D. Boozer;, Newberry, S. C.
JUST arrived, a carioad of heart and
- sap shingles. Langford A Bus-.
a FOR RENT-Dv'elling, 10 rooms and~
,bath. Lights, water and sewerage..
- Mrs. Eunice A. Stewart. Phone 348.3
- 11-3-2t-fs. I
a JUST receivedg. ear- Imad . of buggiesa
s~ ai/ wagons. If you need one
t can save. you mon3ey. Purcell&
-J. L. BUB3S handles all grades. of
.. staple and fancy groceries.
LEARN AUTO][OBIE BUSINBSS
d Take. a 30 days practical coue in~
our well equipped machine shops~
,and learn the automobile business
|t1 and accept good, positions. Ghar
-' lotte ,Auto Sehool, Chiarlotte, N. C..
IWANTED-Young men and ladies to
learn telegraphy. We are receiving
more calls for our graduates than
~t we can .supply. , Charlotte Telegra
phay School, Charlotte, N. C. 3-7-ttA
ha MOINEY TO LEND-Moneyc to. lend on
ir real. estate. Long time and easy
1. payments. Hunt, Ifl & Hunter.
- WANTED-5,000 gree. rawhides by.
5 Nov'ember 15. Will pay highest pric-.
-es. I have a nice ie of fresh meats
at all times. T. M. Sanders.
a WATCHES, jewelry and spectacles
y 'repaired quickly, accurately, prompt-.
r ly, reasonably. Watches and fewelry
t. for sale. See me. J. G. Daniels, at
Ward & Chapman's Shoe Store.
kAR of A. S. Lee & Son's Commercial
lime for grain; also acid and guano.
See S. J. Kohn, Prosperity, S. C. 3
-WANTED--Second hand bags and bur
2 lap. Wirite for prices. Richmond Bag
n~ Company, Richulond, Va. 10-24-1~.
3' FOR RENT-Convenient office rooms
e- in the Copeland building. Apply to'
t E. B. -Copeland. 11-17-tf