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W. E. Pell
We take great. pleasure in announe i
public that we will have with us for
atnd 16 an Expert Optician. represent i
KAWKES bO., Atlanta, Ga.. thel
cptical establishment in the South.
He Will Test Eyesig
The Doctor is a graduate of one of
the United States, is thoroughly con
refractive science, including Retino
had long experienee in his specialty.
That we have arranged this engagei
man of ability and yeputation, and
All examinations are free, And only
YOU CAN Sj
and obtain the highest class of pro:
taking advantage of this opportunity.
Bear in Mind the dates, April 13,
THZ NEWS OF PROSPERITY.
New Council Nominated Without Op
position-Dr. Bowers' Address
-Planting Fruit Tree on the
Prosperity, March 29.-Mr. A. . Z.
Counts has opened a furniture store
in the old A. -L. Wyse store room on
Mr. S. S. Birge is experimenting
with fruits. He has already planted
on his mountain farm 2,000 peach
trees and will put~ out in a few days
500 apple trees, 500 pear and 150
Japan plum trees. He will turn the
barren mountain into an orchard.
Mrs. Ethel Bickley, who has had
three years' experience with Mrs.
Walton, of Newberry, has opened
mantua making at Mr. J. Y. Thomp
'Mrs. E. J1. D)eWalt is visiting rel
atives in the St. Philip's section this
Mr. R. G. Spear'man was in towvn
Wdnesday soliciting subscribers to
the Exchange here. He tells your
correspondent that the company will
soon openi a night exchange for us.
Mrs Ezra Counts has gone to the
Mr. J. S. Werts, of Saluda, was in
Mrs. J. W. Hartman has returned
from the hospital and is doing nicely.
Your correspondent 's attention was
called to the proposed electric line
from Spartaniburg. to Aiken and it
was suggested that if it were built
it would be to the interest of our town
to see that it came this way.
Messrs. Charlie Barre, Carlisle
Bedenbaugh,.John Pat Wise and Geo.
Harmon spent Sunday at home with
their parents returning Monday to
the egllege. -
Mrs. Copeland, of Clinton, after a
visit to relatives in Columbia, stop
ped over for a couple days' visit with
Mrs. H. C. Moseley, returning to her
Our forme~r townsman, Mr. J. H.
Hunter, was on our streets agaim
Mr. Frank Ward Schumpert, of
Savannah, Georgia, is at home with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. B.
Schumpert, for a few days.
The annual anniversary and ban
quet of the Sorosis will be held at
the home of Mrs. W. A. Moseley on
Friday, March 30.
M. A. M. Lester has been in at
tendance upon the board of assessors
for the township at Newberry for the
~ast two days.
~ Mrs. Burr Martin is visiting her
Mrs. Aaron Domniek is visiting
Mr. B. L. Dominick.
Mr. J. A. Dominiek. of Kinards,
has been on a visit to his father, Mr.
B. L. Dominiek. who is still confin
ed to his hlomei.
\M. and Mrs. A. C. Wise wereca
e inLittle Moiuntaint on l n
i< W\illie W\altoni and chiildrecn,
or lamen~s, have been on a visit to
Id A. L..Bedenbaugh 's family.
M iss R obb is visiting Mrs.
am & Son.
ng to our patrors and the generai
the followin.: days only April 13, 14
ag the eelebrated firm t,f A. K.
argest and most favornibly known r
ht, and Fit Glasses.
the leading Ophthalmic Colleges Im
1ersant with all modern methods in
scopy, Ophthalmology. etc.. and has
nent and secured the services of a
that we, personally, guarantee his
-egular prices will be cha rged for
essional service in this line by
4 and 16.
Mrs. J. Herman Werts is visiting
her parents in the St. Luke's section.
Mr. Veasey, the R. F. D. Inspector,
has been here for a couple days, going
over the routes and looking after the
establishment of a new one reaching
into Saluda county.
We learn that a Miss Taylar, who
died at Newberry on the 28 will be
buried in Prosperity eemetery today.
Mrs. Geo'rge Derrick, of Pomaria,
is visiting her aunts, Mrs. Werts and
Misses Ola Olymph and Lilly Hiar
ris, of Pomaria, are visiting Mrs.
Mrs. Warren, who has been visiting
WrVs. WX. A. Moseley and Mrs. F. E
Schiumpler.t, has returned to her home.
Miss Marie Fellers visited her un
le, Mr. S. L. Fellers, W\ednesday.
Mrs. E. K. Gibson, of Columbia.
spent a couple of days wvith relatives
and friends in town last week.
The town primary passed off quiet
ly. There was only one ticket in the
field. .The. nominations are: Intend
ant, Dr. E. N. Kibler; Wardens, A.
H. Kohn, J. D. Quattlebaum, .1. P.
Bowers and A. P. Domiigiek. The
election will be held on April 16th.
Mrs. D. WV. Boland left last Friday
for a trip to the Land of Flowers.
Rev. Dr. Bowers gave a very in-:
teresting~ address in Grace church on~
last Sunday evening on the Students
Volunteer Movement a convention of
which was recently held in Nashville.
The Dr. said it was a revelation to
him. The 6,000 earnest delegates
showed power and force. There were
delegates there from practically ev
ery land under the sun and from
1,000 colleges in the United States
and Canada. It must have been a
grand meeting and much good will
no doubt result fr,om it.
A company will give us the gov
ernors troubles and the Swiss Bell
Ringers will ring their bells for us
Saturday night, and it will be 50
cents. It is sadto be worth the
Mrs. J. A. Simpson will go to At
lanta on. Friday to visit her sister and
to be present at the graduation of
her son, Dr. P. D. Simpson.
Mrs. J. P. Wheeler and Miss Lilly
Mae Russell have gone on a trip to
Practice for the commencement has
begun and the children are looking
forward to that day with glad hearts.
That (lay when they can-put up their
books and have vacation.
Farm work in our section is very
n'mehl behind and if the rain keeps
up the acreage will be curtailed
willingly or unwillingly. There has
sna!!y been considerable corn plant
ed by the 18th of April but this year
Ithere will be practically none. ,
Say. Mr. Editor. 1 have been think
ing for somel weeks to sugges't to vou
t ha yo offe prizes to1~ y( our subscrih.
e. wrho wil m iake th ligreatest yieldU
'ec(onld 1 rize. C ash. 5.00.
Third prize. One year's subscrip
Then o1Ger a prize of $2.50 for the:
largest ear~ of corn or'ought to your
)EMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COM
MITTEE TO CONVENE ON
lampaign Machinery Moving-Dates
For Meetings of County Clubs
And bounty and State Con
Gen. Willie Jones, chairman of the
state Democratie executive committee
MnrOuNced yesterday that the con
nittee would be called to meet this
ear on April 5th to consider the mat
ers pertaining to the campaign soon
o open and to issue the call for the
state convention, which will formally
:et the ball in motion.
The meeting of the present clubs
;ill be held on the last Saturday in
\pril. the 28th. and the county con
entiolns, made up of delegates select
d at the club meetings. will assem
)ly on the 7th of -May to elect dele
4ates to the State convention. a
-ount v executive committee and ai
nember from each county of the State
Demooratic executive committee. -
The State Democratic convention
vill be held on the 16th of May. that
eing the third Tuesday. It. is not
kfnolwn what matters will come be
Fore the convention this year. After
he meeting of the convention the new
rrangemntes for the State campaign
long lines decided upon in the con
nti.n. The itinerary will be map
)ed out by the executive committee.
The party constitution says that
there shall be one or more clubs in
ach ward or township and that the
thubs shall meet on the fourth Satur
lay in April in State elections years,
:he county conventions the first Mon
lay in May and the State convention
he third Wednesday in May.
The qualifications for voting in the
tate primaries are that the person
vho desires to vote must have been a
-esident of the State 12 months and
>f the county 60 days, who must
ledge himself t.o abide by the result
>f the primaries, and his name must
ye on the club list at least five days
,efore the primary.
Thie State executive committee is
3mposed of the following representa
:ives. from the several counties:
Abbeville. A. W. Jones; Aiken, .
R~. (lov: Anderson. J1. P. Glenn ; Bam
ber:. C. B. Free: Barnwell, WV. D.
B~lac'k; Beaufort. Thomas Martin;
B.rkeley, R. W. Havnes: Charleston,
J. F. Rilev: Cherokee W. S. Hall, .Jr.;
?hester, T. J. Cunningham; Chester
ield. W. F. Stevenson: Clarendon,
A. J. Richbourg: Colleton,J. WV. Hill;
Darlington, J. R. Coggeshall; Dor.
bester, .J. D). Bivens; Edgefield, A.
F. Padget.t; Fairfield, T. H. Ketchin;
Florence, D). H. Traxler: George
)wn, .J. W. Doar: Greenville, J. T.
Bramlett; Greenwood, D. H. Magill;
lampton, L. C. Langford; Horry,
1. A. McDermott; Kershaw, J. (.
R~ichards, .Jr; Lancaster, T. Y. Willi
ams: Laurens, T. B. Crews; Lee, W.
A. hames : Lexington, [D. J. Griffith:
Marion,. W. A. Brown;: Marlboro, .
D. Evans: Newberry, C. L. Blease
Oconee, F. M. (Cary; Orangeburg
Robert Lide; Pickens, W. T. O'D)ell
Richland, Willie ,Jones; Saluda, J. C
H. Rauch; Spa rtanburg, N. L. Ben
et t ; Sumter, R. I. Manning: Union
.1. M1. Geer; Williamburg, D. C. Scott~
York, J. W. Ardrey.
Senator Tillman ist an ex-offic<
member of the committee by rea sor
of his office as member of the nation
U. C. V. REUNION
New Orleans, La., -Reduced Rate:
and Quick Schedules via Sea
boa:-d Air Line Railway.
On account of above occasion the
S. A. L. Ry., will on April 22nd, 2.5
and 24, sell round-trip tickets t<
New Orleans at a greatlIy reducel
iate, the rate from Newberry bein.g
14.25; limited to April 30th, but by)
depositing ticket and paying fee ol
tifty cents same will be ext !nded until
May' 21st. Side trip) tickLts to nlu
merous points will be sold byv line,
entering New Orleans at rate of ont
fare phus 25 cents to hol'Trs of U
C. V. tickets.
Call on nearest Seaboard Agent 0)
. rle WCX. L. Bu rrouighs, T. P. A.. C(
ILnbia, S. C., for further information
orfice. And one year's sublseriptdii
S *1 lll Fal'nel' ful' lie 'al' ilil -
lb:* 1 illeSt ilillll)tr 0E MTal1.s (ii
1. \ Od4e it Wis bt Il ile ldig'
1.l i-E c rlt. liestrlie the (1onttes
to subscribers of The Herald am
News. What say you, Mr. Editor?
We learn friend Chips is better
, We extend a corc
to visit our store anc
play of Millinery, T
nesday, April 3d an<
tiful creations have
aside and will come
in all their spring be
we made such an el
ment; we have spar
ent or money to me
portant event of the sel
No lover of style can a
SCENE IN CT I, LE FSIE
You Frm roery, gans los-O P
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s aNcEI ACeT.I IL F SIE
Barn best otents, Mules &foresEA H R T
inatompn with retour eighters
m ecion larso L assts a Circurarte
hw to preim ASn aro
awS m BOree on request.horn
for sup r ance Ve gent.li
OurDecrptveCaa i nu t ells Wyt
bes suces. aild fee.Wr tte at
Iyotthe weest and rses fotr
teonwstand Cnaourp ers onln
Wood to give anicgren swar - u
SpeialLaw Ciculr tllig ORA :
free n reqeyt.AtsN
OurDesripiv Caaloue el s e Forreste
bes suces. aied ree Wite:~ May: Swe n
about the best knsto plant. Sea
lial invitation to all
I see our grand dis
uesday and Wed
i 4th. These beau
been carefully put
forth opening day
auty. Never have
fort in this depart
ad neitherwtime, tal=
ike this the most im
fford to miss this HAT
~t Growing Store.
'OPERA HOUSE, MARCH 31st.
STEWART & WELLS, Lessees & Managers.
C. WH ITNEW'S
PIQAJST MUSCAa MC~I33E
Book by Allen Lowe and Geo. E. Stoddard.
Music by Jerome and Shindler.
Staged by Gus Sonike.
ORGANIZATION OF 75 PEOPLE
istig Song Hits and Unique Dances.
New York 150 Nights in Boston
250 Nights in C.hicago
ay Night, March, 31st.
s Now on Sale at Gilder & Weeks.
5Qc., 7&- $100 1. 50