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THE NEWS FROM UTOPIA.
Messrs. John Perdew and Jim Boozer In
jured In a Runaway-Per
Utopia, October 22.-Messrs.
John Perdew and Jim Boozer were
pretty badly hurt in a runaway one
day last week. Mr. Perdew re
ceived several bruises and Mr.
Boozer had two of his ribs broken.
Miss Bessie Herbert has returned
home from Anderson, where she
went as delegate to the Loyal Tem
Miss Belle Cannon is spending a
few days in Anderson. From there
she will go to visit her sister, Mrs.
Miss Lilla Chapman has gone to
Miss Sudie May Boulware is
spending a few days with Miss
Work on the farm is moving along
nicely, and the farmers are pushing
to the front.
Mr. W. I. Herbert has gone to
Greenville to serve as juror in the
United States court. Mr. Herbert
will attend the State Fair in Col
Prayer- meeting at Mr. Th railk ill's
on last Friday night was well at
tended. Prayer-meeting will be
held at Mr. I. P. Cannon's tomor
Mr. Pressly Livingston and wife
spent Sunday with her father, Mr.
John W. Reagin.
It is rumoted that the wedding
bells will soon ring at Utopia.
ITEMS FROM ST. PAUL'S.
Rev. J. A. Sligh, Who Has Served for 38
Years, to Continue His Ministry
at St. Paul's.
Slighs, October 22.-Mr. J. D.
Sheely has been chosed delegate
from St. Paul's to Synod, which
meets in Columbia November i i th.
Miss Erie Epting will go as dele
gate to the Woman's Convention,
which meets in Columbia at an
The officers of St. Pauls church
have chosen the Rev. J. A. Sligh
pastor for another year. The Rev.
Mr. Sligh has already served this
church thirty-eight years. The
members at the present time are
almost as a unit upon any matter
that is for the good of the church
and good results are to be expected.
I am very sorry to hear of the
dletermination of D)r. George B.
Cromner to resign the presidency of
Newberry college. I would like to
nominate D)r. M. C. G. Scherer as
a mian eminently fit for the p)ositionl.
Th'le parsonage conmuittee comn
poseCd of Messrs. J. D). Sheely, Geo.
B. AulI, J. A. C. Kibler, J. W.
[tichardson and L. I. Epting will
meet at the parson1age on Friday,
the 24;thi, at 2 p). m., to let contract
to build veranda and for other
work, to the lowest resp' nsible
bidder, reserving the right to reject
any and all bids. L4. I. B.
A Runch of Funny Advertisements.
Here are a few specimens of
quteer advertisements collected from
"'Bulldog for sale; will eat any
thing; very fond of children."
'Wanted-A boy to be partly
outside and partly behind the c un
"'Widow in comnfortable ci rcum
stances wishes to marry two sons "'
"'Ann ual'sale now on; don't go
elsewhere to be (cheatedl, come in
"For Sale--A pianoforte, the
property of a musician with carved
''A lady wvants to sell her piano,
as she is going abroad in strong
''Wanted-By a resp)ectab)le girl,
her passage'jto New York: willing
to take care of children and a good
Cotton House and Contents, Property of Mr.
Noah DeHardt, Burned-Personal
Slighs, October 22.-The farm
ers in this section of the country
will soon have finished picking and
selling their cotton.
This section had a heavy rain
Mr.s George Stockman has been
very ill, but it is very gratifying to
note that she is improving.
Mr. Taylor and his partner have
moved their saw-mill to Mr. D. H.
Wheeler's place, near Fairview.
Mr. and Mrs. 1). C. Lever, of
near Chapin, visited Mr. W. M.
Lester's family last Saturday night.
Mr. Ben Moore has moved back
to the Newberry cotton mill.
On last Saturday evening the
cotton house of Mr. Noah DeHardt,
and contents, including four bales
of cotton and farming implements,
were totally destroyed by fire.
Mr. M. L. Baker has gone into
the lightning rod business.
Miss Lou Harmon is away from
home studying music.
Miss Cora Dominick will teach
Fairview school the next session.
Mr. D. A. Epting has been chosen
teacher of the Mt. Pilgrim school.
Messrs. Bachman Pugh, John
Nichols and John Mills are build
ing new residences.
Messrs. Waters and Fayette Doni
inick are thinking of going to Ari
zona to make their future home.
Mr. Pat Wise has accepted a po
sition at the Prosperity oil mill.
Prayer-meeting ser%-ices at Mr.
J. C. Moore's have been discontin
tied until next summer.
L. M. M.
Remaining in Postoffice for the
week ending October 17, 1903.
B-Miss Loula Burge.
C-N. C. 0. Cannon, Mrs. Char
lotte Cromer, Miss Alice Chatam,
D-Thomas Davis, John Davis,
G-Coluinbus Gary, Clayton Gil
I--Mrs. Sarah Hailstock, Abe
I-alterwanger, Walter Henderson,
Mrs. Jane Hollander.
J-Mrs. Mary James, Miss Men
nie James, Mrs. Fannie Jones Miss
K--Katie Kemp, Winnie King,
L-John Lever, R. B. Lominick.
M-Rubbins Mayes, Danie!
Matts, J. S. McClure.
N--Neal Nance, Ida Nance.
P-W. T1. Parrott, Rev. K. D.
Parks, N. J. Penn.
5-- J. M. Saber, Maddcison Spear.
man. Matilda Sheppard, Samuel
Stevens, Stephen Sims, Mrs. Liz
zie Sligh, J. C. Sloan.
TF-George Tongue, Miss Francis
W-J. C. Wrgt Douglas Wil
liams, Martin Wilson.
Persons calling for these letters
will please say that they were ad
vertisedi. C. J. PURexLL, P. M.
BOUGHT AND SOLD
MONEY TO LOAN
On Easy Terms
For Long Periods.
A few more Shares of the first series
May be secured. Apply to
Sec'y and T1reas.,
Newherry. S. C.
INE LOTH Iff&
In American weather make
you will get up some morn
temperature cold enough fc
YOU'LL WISH N
procrastinated. Better atti
ing the present week. It w
utes to step into our store 4
and handsomely fitted, al
mean an actual saving to
Suits are $5.00, $8.50, $14
Every Garment bears the L
Are next to good Clothes,
the line that speaks for its<
will be no trouble to sell yo
Florsheim & Stetson at !
Keith's Konqueror at $3, $
on earth for the money. F
gents we carry the bigges
make a mistake if you do rl
before buying. 500 pair
Women and Children's Shc
dow-the $1.15 kind, now 7!
A NEW AND SNAPPY LINE OF
.HA TS JUST
Complete Stock Underw
All we ask is an inspectic
will find the goods New an
it quite probable that
ing soon and find the
)r thicker apparel, then
2nd to this matter dur
ont require many min
and get yourself snugly
rid at prices that will
you. Prices of these
3, $15.00 and $18.50.
tnd we certainly carry
elf. Try a pair and it(
u the second pair. The
P>5 can't be excelled.
3.50 and $4, the best
~or boys and the little ~
t line in town. You'll
ot look at these shoes
s good heavy weight
>es thrown in our win
RECEIVED AT SI TO 85,
ear and Furnishings
n of our Stock. You
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