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The Movements of Many People, New- ,
herrians, and Th< ?e Who Visit
Mr. Munson Buford. of Xewberry,
spent Tuesday in the city.?Clinton |
.J. B. Hunter, of Xewberry. was at!
the Jerome yesterday.?The State,:
12th. . i.
W. S. Langford, of Xewbtrry. was at
the Jerome yesterday.?The State,
12th. f \
Mr. Ira M. Sligh, of the Columbia
State's operating force, was in Newberry
M\s. D. F. Pifer, of Newberry, was!,
in Columbia yesterday, at the -leffer- j
son.?The State, lltii.
M. M. Buford, of Newberry, was at 1
rh>- Jerome yesterday.?The State, j<
Z. F. Wright, of Newberry, was at'1
the Jefferson yesterday.?The State, 1*
13th. " i'
E. H. Bowman, of Newberry, was at
the Imperial yesterday.?The State, j.
T. M. Taylor, of Newberry, was at i
the Imperial yesterday.?The State.it
W. R. Corder, of Whitmire, was at t
the Imperial yesterday.?The State, j
Mr. Z. F. Wright, of Newberry, S. ;
., spent yesterday here at t!he Selwyn.?Charlotte
Observer, 13th. e
Z. F. Wright, president of the New- L
berr-y Cotton mills, has been re-elected c
mayor of Newberry.-?Southern Textile ^
y[r. W. E. Myers, a prominent mer- J
chant of Central, was in Easley Tues- c
day -on business.?Easley Progress, ^
Miss Annie Green has returned to j t
Newberry after a short visit to relat-ic
ives here.?-Spartanburg .Journal, j
10th. ' is
Mrs. B. H. Johnstone and Miss Sal-)1
lie Johnstone, of Clemson college, s
are here for the day.?-Anderson Mail. E
Miss iFannie Lea veil, of Newberry,: ^
' __ '
visited hen sister. :urs. ueor^t; .
Wright, last week.?Johnston cor. \
The State, 14th.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Domniick iiave 11
returned from a visit to relatives in j I
Prosperity.?Greer cor. The State, J ?
Mrs. Betty K. Boyd, who has been \z
several weeks. iias gone to Newbei ry j *
.the guest of friends in the city for ! *
PAtnpni'np' in Atlanta.? !
IU Visit, UC1U1C ll.bu>uiu0 ^
Unoiu Times. 12th. il
Mrs. W. H. Zeigler has returned
from the hospital in Sumter, having j
recovered from effects of operation i
recently undergone, and is much im- j
proved, her friends are glad tt le^rn. !
E. J. Willis "has resigned as supply'
clerk at the Newberry Cotton mills to '
accept a position in the'weaving de- '
partment of tae Proximity mills,
Greensboro, X. C.?Southern Ttxtile
The Buffalo high school will close!
for ten days. The teachers will spend
the holidays at their various homes.
Miss Jessie Whatley at Hampton;
Yf.ce iv9 Aiipn at Clova, Miss Annie
Green at Newberry.?Buffalo cor. I'nion
Prof. Voigt, of Newberry college.,
came for the basketball game be- j
tween Newberry and Carolina. B. J.
Shealy of the team spent the night
with his brother, C. J. Shealy, at the i
seminary.?Lutheran Theological j
seminary notes in the State, lot'.i.
AT10 ^ MNVtil.'ar u*V?a r^ontlv mi
j>irs>. rt. is. VV 1V/A^1 ?? nu * vi * *
dei went an operation at the Colum-j
bia hospital, lias so tar recovered and
improved as to be able to itdertake
the trip home, which it is hoped
to be on Thursday, her friends;
will be pleased to know.
Mr. J Chesley Cannon, who was
elected ?:o the bookkeepers hip oi' the
Xewberry National bank succeeding
Mr. Frank G. Davis, resigned, has
declined to accept the position. Xot
many men refuse suc.li a job as that,
and it is not every man that can get it.
Mr. Sam M. Duncan will from about
ihe first of January be a resident of i
the city with his family to occupy the
Y. -J. Pope 'house. Mr. Duncan says j
-he will be moving from the styx.
-Maybe living in the city will make it
? f/\r V*-im in Viie Hp.
more uoiiveiiieuL l\jl uuii
monstration work. We don't know
whether it will or not, this is just a
maybe on our part. We like to see
country people come to town but it
; . "r,r u-f.ii fnr tae country desert
IJ) iiVL ov
Miss Matie Can Browning, one of
Goldville's fair damsels, was the
charming and attractive guest o;' Miss
Aunie Louise Green the past week,
while here she, was th.v.rrv-iuient of
many sock! aMen :-. M' Br: ing
is a charming lady of a very
charming personality and endowed '
with exceptional beauty. During jer ,
stay she made many admiring friends i
who wish to be honored with another J
visit in the near future.?Buffalo cor. j
Union Times, 12th. i
VARJOFS AND ALL ABOUT.
The Newberry r' server and the
Xewberry Herald u..* News agree on '
advising against spelling Christmas j
The Crotwell hotel is being run
under the European plan by Mr. Paul
S. Halfacre and some other young
men. A good chance to get rooms, j
Dr. W. C. Brown has bought from :
the Mower garage a Studebaker 4,
1914 touring car. self-starter with;'
The Ladies Aid society of Trinity :
i-hurch will give a hot supper at Mr. i
Lucile E. Longshore's Tuesday, De- ;
member 16th, from 5 to 10 p. m.
The Theato moving picture show is
;o be sold next Saturday. We believe :
dewberry would like to see Mr. George 1
Swittenberg own and continue to !
un it. i'
The new firm of Geo. C. Hipp & Co. J
s composed of G. C. Hipp, S. G. t
3rown and W. J. Swittenberg. This ^
s strong combination and is bound |
o do goo-1 business. j,
There will be a box party at Union j
Academy school house Friday even- I
ng at 8 o'clock for the benefit of tne l
ichool. The public is cordially in-: c
ited to come and bring boxes.
The Ladies Aid society of the Luth- j
ran Church of the Redeemer will!
neet Tuesday at 4 p. m., at the hcne;
if Miss Ruby Holloway. All the |
nembers are requested to be present. :
LAND FOR SALE. j,
I will sell at Newberry court house ' |
?n Salesdav in January, 1914, if not!t
old before, seven and a half acres of t
and, more or less, fronting on Glenn ,
treet on the west, lands of the Xa- (
ional bank on the north and Scotts ,
:reek on the south.
Terms: Half cash, one-fourth in j
ix months and one-fourth in 12 j
nonths, with interest from day of1 ?
ale at eight per cent. Purchaser to ^
>av for papers.
0. B. Mayer, I
5resdent Newberry Real Estate Co. i<
Dec. 15-22-Jan. 1. I
HAGOOD PLACE FOR RENT. '
The Hagooa place belonging to
Messrs. Purcell & "Scott and H. H. \
Svans, lying in Saluda County, just <
icross Saluda River from Old Town j
)n Southern- Railway, containing
ibout 1,000 acres of land, is for rent $
or the year 1914. These lands are (
^ood for cotton and corn and have ex- i
client meadows on them. See the
indersigned at once if you desire to (
H. C. Hollo way,
, Attorney. I]
L2-15-2t-ltaw. j i
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY. '
At my place near Garvs on Tuesday.
December 23rd, beginning at 11 !
o'clock a. m., I will sell to the highest
bidder for cash the following articles:
TT^ ?, >- Anr> liAroc r?r\TTt rl /I / > r
JTUUi UlUlCd, UllV/ uviot, vvi u, iv/uuv i ,
pea vine hay, farming implements.
J. W. Reeder.
!>0>?T FAIL TO SEE "Moths" in 4
parts at ti e Arcade, December
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,'
COUNTY QF NEWBERRY,
Court of Common Pleas.
The Xewberry Saving Bank,
John P. Long, et al.,
By virtue of an order of the court
herein, I will sell at public outcry at1
the Court House in the Town of Xewberry.
in the County and State aforesaid,
on salesday in January 1914, the
following described lands, viz: Fifty
four and 6-10 acres, more or less,
situate ill the County of Newberry, in .
said State, near Silver Street Station.
bounded on the north by lands
of H. 0. Long, on the east by lands of
the Lake estate, on Ue south by lands
of D. L. Ham. and on the west by the
public highway leading from the Dead
Fall to Silver Street.
Also four acres of land, more o"
less, situate in the County of Newberry,
in said State, near Silver Street
Station, bounded on the north and
east by lands of H. 0. Long, on the
south by lands of J. C. Inabinot. an J
011 the west by the public highway
hereinabove referred to. less the following
lots of land which have heretofore
been cut off of the lands hereinabove
rescribed and sold by the defendant,
John P. Long, and releasI
d from the lien of the mortgage heroin
foreclosed by the plaintiff, viz:
One aiu' 72-7 Ou acres, more or less,
ttold to Kemper Stilwel! from the
' . . . .
or less. sold to .John T. Coleman f oai
the s.'h! )orv tier: Ir cuu-i."n i
of an acre, more or less, sold to Ivato
E. Berry from the s:iid fiftv-fonv
tract: One-half of an acre, more or
ii'S-.. sol6 to liiiaiii iienurix iro.;; ?i
LAST SPECIAL PRIZE
AWARDED LAST WEEK1
Won by Miss Louise Melton,
Miss Louise Counts and
Miss Vida Counts.
Miss Louise Counts secured the
greatest number of new subscribers '
which entitled ner to the silver vanity I
purse offered by Rogers, the jeweler, j '
Miss Vida Counts having brought to ;
The Herald and News contest mana- ! _
ger the greatest number of renewals,' j
received the Robinson prize, a silver j
Gilder and Weeks offered a cut glass i
sugar and cream pitcher to the con-,
testant selling the most coupons for,
job printing and advertising during!
week ending December 13. This prize i was
won by Miss Louise Melton. '2
Now girls what do you intend do-'
ing, sit down and rest, or keep con- ,
stantly after the votes? There is only J
Dne way to do?it you are at the topj~
you have got to work to stay there, j *
tor with the scale of votes doubled
:he one at the bottom could easily
Deat you to first prize. :.
Again this week until the close we;J
ivill eivp 2.000 votes to the dollar for a
ob printing and advertising.
Work for the clubs?in that way i
rou take advantage of the bonue
It is necessary that you communi- j
;ate with Mrs. Bullock every day all
he close in order that you may re- !
;eive every possible assistance in i
.vinning these four grand prizes.
Last Publication of Votes.
The standing of the contestants will:
lot be published after today?no in- j
'ormation whatever will be given as:
X) the number of votes any other con-;
estant. has. Of course the manager I
>vill be glad to tell you exactly each
lay how many you have?but you will
lot know the standing of the others. !
Competent Judges?No Partiality.
There can be no partiality or er-'
-or in the count of the votes with
such men as M. L. Spearman. E. A. |
jrilfin and J. Y. McFall as judges.
Ballot Box at Savings Bank.
The ballot-box is placed today at the]
Savings Bank, all votes when issued ;
)y the manager and bearing her signa-,
"fa m'ict t;o rionrmitpH in the box af- i
-Ui t. lauot wv ? _ < ,
Promptly at 3.30 p. m. .Friday the
)ox will be unlocked by the manager j
ind the count will be made by the i
udges just named.
No one will know the winners till
5.30 p. in., when they will be announc-;
id at tlie Arcade picture show. j
>"ew Scale of Votes. j
3ne year, $1.50 3,000 ;
rwo years, $3.00 7,000 i
rhree years, $4.HO 12,000 |
Pour years, $6.00 20,000;
Five years, $7.50 30,000 i
Ten years, $15.00 75,000 |
Twenty years, $30.00 250.000
Standing of Contestants. j
Louise Melton 830,000
Kate Spence 808,500 *
Mrs. Boyleston 747,000
Georgia Reynolds 802.500,
Elmina Long 775,250 :
Prosperity, >To. 6. !
Louise Counts 889.000
Mrs. Geo. Senn 831,000 j
Vida Counts 902,000;
said fifty-four acre tract; one-fourth!
of an acre more or less, sold to Mary :
H. Pearsall from said fifty-four acre j
In case the foregoing tracts do not i
pay off plaintiff's mortgage debt
1 will also sell the following
described tract: All that)
tract or parcel of land contain-;
5 citimf-fi in Sfl
lllg 5XAL\ (Itica, l?t JU0 tj.ivuu.bv.
luda county, State of South Carolina,.
and bounded on the north by lands ;
of Scurry Coleman, . east by A. L. i
Pitts, south by Fred Kempson. west I
by lands of F:ed Kempson and Joel
Terms of sale, one-third cash, and
the balance 011 a credit of twelve
months with interest from the day of j
sale at the rate ot eight per cent per.
annum on the credit portion, to be'
secured by a note or bond of tlie'
purchaser and a mortgage of the pre- j
mises sold with the stipulation in '
said note or bond and mortgage to
pay ten per cent of the amount due
thereon as Attorney's fees for collec-,
sriHiHrm try nrinciDal and in
tlUU XJL& 4. _
terest in case the same is collected
by suit or placed in the hands of an
Attorney for collection, with leave
to anticipate the credit portion in
whole or in part?purchaser to pay
for all papers and for recording
Said lands may be sub-divided and
__i.i intc or narrrels. If so
1SUJU HI St vciai vr ^ L
plats thereof will be exhibited by I he
Master on the day o? sale.
H. II. Rikard,
Master for .Yewberry County. S.
-OST?One white and liver colored
pointer dog. Scar on back, close
o backbone. Reward for return or
int'or.nation as to whereabouts. W.
T. Livingston. 1250 Jones St., Newberry.
jOST?One black, and one brown
cloak, near Mr. Geo. Hipp's place,
on Thursday. Finder please leave
at The Herald and News. Was
found by gentleman in automobile.
Dora Henderson, Newberry, S. C.
1ST ARRIVED?Carload of young
mules for sale by Purcell and Scott.
,(>ST?Purse with forty-four dollars
in bills, nickle and penny, on
streets of Xewberry Saturday. In
leather bag with name Exchange
Bank on it. Reward if returned
to Herald and News.
100,000 FEET of lumber fc~ sale
Prices right. Quick delivery. Purcell
>OVT FAIL to see this marvel play
at Arcade, December 22nd.
. I will sell at Sta
acre on Saturday
. '-i--:, iL. r_n
U UUtK, LUC iUJiiUW
perty: 7 horses, t
riage, 1 landeau, '
sets single harne
harness, and othei
of sale: Cash.
j r s
/vl'WH /I'M c
We have 1101
Main street, t}
I *~<1 1 \T
^naimers i\ <
$2175,00, f o.
f. o. b. Detroit;
I at $1050, f, o.
We handle i
Quality the ch
Call, write 01
to give you a di
I 1400 Main
^ j , ,
FOR SALE?House and Jots corner tf
Harrington and Calhoun streets. Lot
containing nearly four acres of
land, divided into building lots or as
a whole. Offers considered by Mrs.
*ALESXAN >Y ANTED?$75.00 per
month and all expenses to begin.
Experience not absolutely necessary.
Take orders from dealers for cigarettes;
cigars; snuft smoking and
chewing tobaccos. Penn. Company,
Station 0., Xew York, N. Y.
TEACHERS WITH CERTIFICATES
.vantpd immpdiatplv for following
positions in good graded or rural
schools; 3 at $60; 6 at $50; 8 at $45;
11 at $40; 7 at $35. Direct from
school officials. Special enrollment.
Act immediately. W. H. Jones manager,
Columbia, S. C.
FOK SALE AT A BARGAIN?If sold at
ohce, five shares of Newberry Build
ing and Loan stock. W. H. Anedrson,
Greenwood, 9. C., box 100.
ible of F. H. Halfr,
Dec. 20, at 11
ing described prol
buggies, 1 car
L trunk wagon, 8
ss, 3 sets double
r property. Terms
w on display at ou
xe following 1914 <
ew "Six" the mastt
*Four" the last w
xothing but "RE A1
eapest in the long r
r phone 300 and w
zmonstration at an
* w a
>*eTT berry. _ J
(By. Robt. McC. Holmes).
Good middling 13 ^
i By Summer Bros. Co )
Cotton seed 42 s
Cotton 131 J|
Cotton seed -
Cotton seed 1.29
Cotton seed 42.
Good middling / 13 I
Cotton seed 42 ^
Good middling 13^4 oH
Cotton seed 1.43^
Good middling 13 V
; Cotton seed 37^ fl
SPECIAL NOTICES. .^?
One Cent a Word. No &d*^
vertisement taken for lest 9H
than 25 cents. . \ m
FOR SALE?One 15 H. P. Ajax engine, M
One No. 1 Saw mill, one 9 H. P. fl
one Case engine, one Case thrasher, V
which I will sell for $1,500 cash. |fl
All in good running shape. H. W. M
Bowles, Whitmire, S. C. SH
9-19-tf. . 1p
? 4 V
WANTED?several hogs weighing J
about 100 to 125 pounds. See us before
you sell any kind of cattle or 4
"nogs. The Cash Grocery, K M. Lane
& Co. Phone 110 or 212.
I 9"5"tf* fl
JJQCLTBY WANTED?Hens, 11 els. ^
per pound, roosters, young, 7cts,; M
chicks, 14 cts., Highest prices for
eggs. Player & Graham.
SMITH'S LITER PHJL!??For the re- \
lief of Torpid Liver, Sick Headache, 1
Biliousness, Dizziness, Dyspepete, J
Sour Stomach, Indigestion, Lose ofSleep,
Malarial Poison, etc. Price m
per box 25 doses 25c. Mail orders so
licited. P. E. Way, Druggist, New>
berry, s. u.
, 11-18-tf. f I
| NOTICE?All persons ar? nerabj V
warned not to allow their stock to H
tresspass on our lands. T. L. Reed
! er and sons.
tudehaker 1 ^
r Garage, ,
zars: , . J
2r of them alh ;
ix< price$1575* I
un. I >
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Phone 300 | *