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? THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY.
I Another Veteran Passes Away?
f Many People Visit Columbia
Prosperity, Oct. 29.?prof. J. E.
Hunter, of Clomson college, is spending
the week at home.
Mrs. Boincsl, from near Pomaria,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. K. O.
Air. L. 8. Rowers attended the
Post-Master's convention in Columbia
Wednesday and Thursday.
Mr. Thos. Wicker, of Newberry,
I visited at Wise Hotel this week.
Mrs. S. D. Duncan and Mrs. Hunter
made a flying trip to Columbia
I ^ Mr. John Crosson has moved into
f his new cottage in Brown street.
(lie following of our townspeople
cd Columbia this week for cdifi>11
and entertainment: Messrs. F.
md Howell Schumpert, Ernest
and Hal Kohn, McFall Wise,
iter Wheeler, CJeorge Brown, R. C.
tits, L. C. Merchant, C. M. Har,
H. J. Rawl, Mi-, and Mrs. Talley,
and Mrs. Morris, Misses Laura
n, Marie Schumpert, Maud Livton,
Mrs. Lucy Shealey, Mr. J.
Hack, Miss Bobb, Miss Lucy FelMr.
P. C. Singlcy, Mr. Will
ird, Mr. S. S. Rirge, Aliss Afvry
ie Wise, Mr. Addie.
iss Minnie Mussing, of Columbia,
Loby Brown, of Spencer, N. C.,!
Miss .Cccile Smith, of Charleston, j
arrive at Mr. E. O. Counts the
r part of the week.
r. Harry Kreps lias accepted a
ion with the West Furniture Co.,
e are glad to report that Mrs. j
tges is now convalescent and
s soon to be enjoying her wonted
i Tuesday morning another veteran
answered to llie Higher roll-call.
Mr. 1" rank Boozer, who has been a
shut-in from paralysis for many
(years, passed away about eleven
o'clock. IIis remains were interred
at /ion Wednesday. Air. Boozer was
[ highly respected by all who knew
him. lie is survived by several children,
namely: Airs. Win. (libson, with
whom he made his home, Mrs. Burnett
Harmon, Airs. Burr Stockman,
Air. John Boozer, Air. Clayton Boozer
and many grandchildren.
I)r. Forest Bedenbaugh, the popular
pharmacist at the Prosperity Drug
' Store, was married on Tuesday to
Miss A lassie Williams, of Newberry.
They went to St. Luke's for a short
t visit to his mother and also to Co1
lumbia. For the present I hey are with
Mr. Taylor's family.
Airs. A. G. Wise went to the Columbia
hospital Monday for an
operation. She was accompanied by
Air. Wise, Mr. Jno. Pat Wise and
Airs. A. If. Kohn. The operation |
was successful and she is doing very
j' Letters remaining in postofficc at
Newberry, S. C., for week ending
[ Oct. 24, 1008.
Air. Fletcher Clark, Miiss Lalla
Aliss Aggie Greenwood, Aliss Alagnolia
Get or, Aliss Afattie Geter, H. P.
| Mr. J. K. Hill.
0 Aliss Liza Jones.
ft Air. Robert P. Kent.
It tar Linzv, Mr. Florice Long.
1 Mr. W el so n Porter, Air. George
g Aliss Janie RutTf.
Miss Ellen Swittenberg, Airs. Agg
Miss Martlian Turner, Airs. Nanier
f FARM FE
B No better Far
Apr the price,
Jm economical 1
HRikgh. We can
|Lf|gp? Women's Footwear
| | ROM the Factories of the Country's most noted Makers I
/ 1 of Women's Shoes?Manufacturers, who have an es?
tablished reputation for making the best Women's j
| L Shoes and who guard that reputation carefully?who
have gathered our Fali Models I
4k. iWomen's Shoes at $1.50, $2, $2.50 to $4
Dress Shoes, Street and Storm Boots. A variety of selected
leathers. Eutton, Lace and Blucher styles. Medium soles.
The New Napoleon, high cut, wave Top Boots?very smart. g
tHigh or medium heels, medium or narrow toes?the new \
plain toe effect, etc. etc. I
We've every variation in size and width and we're noted ,
as expert fitters. Our best efforts are at the service of the S
Woman, that comes here for Shoes. 1
Fellers & Morgan I
SHOES, GENT S FURNISHINGS AND HATS. 1
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No Plow does better work and rur
prices are below competi'im. ||
When you buy get a SYRACU <E. jj |
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Mr. Lawrence Walker, Miss Annie ^
^ 11 )iersons calling for these letters
Having been forcibly kissed by
two New York women, Mr. Mrvan Ea /3
will probably modify his views as to |^ml
i'llEESI i rfBSEEaSi
I ERfSSSI, I " WBSm.
Il Perfect! 1 W
* ii n iii oi ithis beautiful white maple dres'N
ifNIi' SER AND WASHSTAND AN'ii NICE
I white iron bed for only $30 oo.
m Ppnrp marfp Next Saturday at 3.30 P. M. we : < rgoins;
ill reiiuc incite tQsel| ( njcR $4 00Rattan Rockf!r for i> I .98
no fence ma.de see our window.
, more durable absolutely free.
hhsin thA PiH Q~ We are offering with every purchase of $50 00 a $25.00
Lllctii Lilt? 1 ILLo Talking and Singing machine. This is no humbug. Everything C
fill vnnr ordpr ^air anc* ?Pen- Call at the store and see the machine. Our ^
J prices the lowest and our goods the most up-to-date.
~~ ? T H E -? ? ??,
1881 CO. J- L. Bowies Co.
! 1316 and 1318 Main Street, Newberry, S. C.
We have just received a fresh supply
of Meal and Hulls, which we will
sell at market prices, We give meal
and hulls in exchange for seed.
Highest Market Price
Paid for Cotton Seedd.
w e have the only AIR BLAST GIN
with an up to-date feeder, in this
section of the St^te.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Silver Street Warehouse Co.
SILVER STREET, S, C.
W?WWMIB?lllllll I llllI ! ! !
iigh Class Shoes
OR MEN AND WOMEN.
OF WORK SHOES.
Dry Goods and
We offer the celebrated 1921 Outing at 9c.
We offer a variety of shades in the popular
rilliantines ax 45 cents.
We sell the celebrated Simpson Prints at 6c.
We are Cotton Seed Buyers for the
best mill in the State and always
pay top of the market. Always
SEE US BEFORE SELLING.
SILVER STREET, S. C.