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- ,S. L. L. leII e davyI
Miss Fannie Strother, of Johnstor
is visiting Mrs. R. D. Wright.
Miss Dorothy Fair. of Cokesbar3
is visiting Mrs. Y. J. Pope.
Mr. W. C. Moran leaves this wee:
for his home in Augusta.
Mrs. Frank Sligh has returned fror
a visit to Greenwood.
Eugene S. Blease. Esq.. went t
Barnwell last night on professiona
Mr. and Mrs. Cole. L. BIi 7e sren
a few n ;s the past week o.) a visit t
Mrs. Bie' r ient; i Pe ndietun
Miss Berniee Martin leaves c:
Tuesday for an extended visit ti
friends in Washington, D. C.
Mr. M. A. Carlisle has returne
from a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Di
Ke,nnedy, in Chester.
Mrs. Claude T. Boyd 'it yesterda
for a visit of a few weeks to friend
in Spartanburg and Union.
Miss Estell. Stewart, is spendinq
-two weeks in Columbia. -the guest o
kiss Louise Wharton.
Miss Juanita Langford, of Chai
'lotte. is visiting her parents. Mr. an
Mrs. S. S. Langford.
Mr. J. Claude Dominick has returr
.ed from his vacation which was spen
very pleasantly at Wrightsville Beaeb
Misses Jennie Mae Haddon and La:
la Haddon, of Du.e West, are visitin
at the home of Mr. R. T. Caldwell.
Mr. Charlie P. Dickert, of Live Ool
Fla., is visiting his brother, Col. D. A
Mrs. Lola W. Conner, of AbbE
ville, is visiting Mrs. Jerry B. Wal
Mrs. J. W. Humbert, Mrs. Georg
Epps, and Miss Alice West have re
turned from the missionary meetin
Mrs. N. Emma Wilson, of Newber
Try, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. 'l
Lake Cely; 509 West Washingto
litreet-Greenville Piedmont, 25th.
Rev. Geo. A. Wright went to Cc
lumbia yesterday. He accompanie
Mrs. Eugene Leavell who went to Cc
lumbia to enter -the hospital to be ur
Mrs. Herman Wright left yesterda
for Columbia where she joined Ma
and Mrs. Fred Germany and togethe
they went to Savannah, from whic
place they sail this week for Nea
Mrs. William Lane, who has bee;
visiting her mother, Mrs. James iF
Epting, has gone to Greensboro, N. C
to join her husband Who has bee:
transferred from Greenville, S. C., t
Greensboro, N. C., in the work of th
Southern Bell Telephone Co.
Capt. J. H. Gaillard, of Newberry
is in the city visiting 'his son, Dr. C
IR. Gaillard and will attend the comn
mencement exercises at Cedar Spring
xgext week and visit his daughter, Mis
T. E. Gaillard, who is a member of th
faculty of that well-known institu
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
iMr. Geo. IE. Lever has been eleete<
principal of the Hartford school, an,
The Little Mountain reunion wil
be held on Friday, August 6. The pro
gram has been prepared and will h
Rev. C. W. Hidden will preach a
Mount Zion Sunday forenoon, Jul;
4, his theme being, "What shall I 4
with Jesus ?'' it will be his last set
mion in the South befor.e his vacatior
The Ladies' Aid society of th
First Baptist church will have
birthday party on Wednesday after
noon at six o'clock at the residene
of Mrs. S. B. AuP..
The James D. Nance Camp is th
largest camp of Confederate Vetex
ans in the State. . At the reunion 1:
Chester last week the camp cast 1'
votes representing a membership o
240, while the next largest camp onl;
8 votes representing a membership o
Farimers County Union.
The regular quarterly meeting o
the County Farmers' union will b
held at the court house at Newberr;
at eleven o'clock on Saturday, Jul:
10. All of the unions are requestei
to send delegates.
J. B. 0'N. Holloway,
a meeting of Bergell trib
proved Order of Red ix
ursda.v night. the fol
were eleetei for th ling
m of six months:
annon i. Bletise.
Sachem-0. . Smith.
Senior Sagamore-R. P. Franklin.
Junior Sagamore-B. B. Leitzsey.
The officers will be instaled on
Thursday night of next week. The
Iappointive offieers will be aniounced
at that time, and installed along with
-the elective officers.
Bergell tribe, which has, since its
organization, been recognized as one
of the best tribes in South Carolina,
has had a phenomenal growth during
tle past year, its active membership
having increased about 200. It will
t be recalled that at the last meeting
-of the great -council of the State an
other of Bergell's members was given
a high office in the grand lodge, when
Ar. Otto Klettner was chosen great
junior sagamore, which means that
he will soon be at the head of the
I order in the State.
Miss Carrie Pool, Daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. T. C. Pool.
Miss Pool was sponsor for the
James D. Nance Camp, U. C. V. at
fthe State Reunion at Chester last
To Be Rendered this Evening at the
-Residence of Mr. F. N. Martin.
Readings Also. ,
-Tonight at 8:30 o 'clock at the res
idence of Mr. F. N. Martin the fol
lowing very beautiful musical pro
,gram will be -rendered. As seen it
will be interspersed with r.eadings
which will be equally enjoyed with
the other excellent numbers:
Prelude, Opus 3, No. 2, Miss Kibler.
Mandolin Serenade, Voice Duo
1Mrs. Derrick, Mrs. Haltiwanger.
-Calm as the Night, C. Bohm; In
the Chimney Corner, F. Cowen,
1Miss Edna Hipp.
SNocturne IUI, Liszt,-Julia Kibler.
O that we two were A 'Maying,
Nevni-Mrs. Robertson, Miss Alice~
Reading, The Bridge, Longfellow
-Miss Bernice Martin.
SBedouin Love Song, Pinsuite,-'
Daybreak (Peer Gyert), Gneg;
-Oriental Serenade, H. Van Gart,
Miss Wehl' and Mrs. Robertson.
Rustle of Spring, Sinding,-Mazie
jThe Day Dream (violin obligato),
Strelezki,-Mrs. Robertson, Miss Al
-Reading, Selected-Dr. Geo. B.
0 come with me in the summer
night, Van der Stricken,-Miss G'en
SAutumn, Chaminade,-Miss Pau
Song of the Vikings, Faniing,- -
- Supplies Arranged.
Rev. C. W. Hidden, pastor, has ar
ranged for the following pulpit sup
plies during 'his vacation: Bush River
church, second Sunday in July, Mr.
-A. S. Winslow. superintendent of the
SClinton Cotton mills: fourth Sunday
in July, Rev. Stephen R. Brock, pas
tor Second Baptist church of Clinton.
Rev. Mr. Brock will also preach at
Mount Zion on first Sunday in Au
gust. Dr. Hidden will return from
the north in season to begin protract
ed meetings in Bush River church the
second Sunday in August.
Banks to Observe Fourth.
- f, All bank in the city will observe
lthe Fo)urth of Junly on Monday, July
3th. as the fourth comes this year on
Sunday. Banks will be closed, there
fore on Monday.
1n1 ; ng conoreoation was large and ON
gave the utmost attetntion to a ser- Ba
mon by the pastor on the subject: Ft
"Religion satisfies and all are invited Du
to partake." Ho, every one that
thirsteth come ye to the waters, was Cu
the text. IG
The choir was presided over by Si:
Miss Estelle Stewart and sang very
nicely, but the event of the hour was
the singing of Miss Pauline Gilder
who sang with much feeling and beau- Ca
tiful expression a selection entitled, Su
40. Divine Redeemer."' At the close TV, r
of the services many gathered around
to thank Miss Gilder as also Miss!
Mazie Dominick who played the ac- Du
At the Sunday school hour there I
were nearly a hundred and fifty pres
ent and the exercises were very inter- Sa
At night the attendance was very
good but the heat was excessive. The Sj
song service was lively and Mr. Moran
sang a beautiful selection. Dr. Wol
ling preached a brief sermon on the ier
virtue of penitence, and thus closed im
'in Central church the last Sunday in an
THE MILL LEAGUE.
Newberry Stands Second.-Next Sat- thi
urday Newberry Will Play on
West End Diamond.
At the beginning of the base ball
season a league was formed of teams
made up from the cotton mills in this
section, composing the teams at
the Watts Mill, the Newberry Cotton _
Mill, the Lydia Mills and the Laurens
Newberry has played four games
and won three and stands second in
the league in percentage, Watts Mill N
being ahead though it has played six
On last Saturday Newberry played _
at Clinton with Lydia. Next Satur
day, July 3, a game will be played at
Newberry with Lydia.
The following is a record of the
'game at Clinton between Newberry
Newberry 3 2 2
Lydia . 2 4 5
Struck out by Simpson, 10; by
The game next Saturday will be on
the West End diamond, and the peo
ple of the city as well as of West End
are urged to come out and encourage
our boys. The Newber'ry Mill now
stands a good chance to lead. The fol
lowing is the standing of the league.
P. W. L. Per Cent.
Watts Mill 6 5 1 8.33
Newberry 4 3 1 7.50
Lydia 6 3 3 . 5.00
Laurens 2 0 2 0.00
Death of a Little Child.
Mr. and Mrs. Hagood Clary have
experienced an almost 'heartbreaking
loss in the death of their little eleven
months old boy, little Willie, whose
pre, beautiful soul was taken to
Heaven on Friday to be forever with
the arigels and his kind Heavenly
Willie had been sick for quite a
while and although the tenderest nurs
ing was given him, yet it pleased God
to take the little sufferer home wthere
there will be no more sickness and no
The funeral was conducted by Rev.
Geo. A. Wrigh~t and the little body
was laid to rest in Rosemont ceme
tery. An unusually large number of
sympathiizng friends followed in the
Mr. and Mrs. CJlary desire to thank F
their many friends who gave assis
tance and comfort during their affic
Death is sad at any time and under
any conditions,but when the only flow
er in the :home is plucked it is doubly
so and t'he sympathy of many friends
go out to the bereaved.
STATE or SOUTX CAROLINA,
County of Newberry.
'By Frank M. Schumpert. Esq., Pro
Whereas, Julius J. Langford hath
made suit to me, to grant him Letters
of Administration of the Estate of
and effects of James Caldwell
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred O
'and creditors of t'he said James Cald
well, deceased, that they be and ap
pear before me, in the Court of Pro
'bate, to be held at Newberry C. H.
,on the 14th day of July next after
publication the.reof, at 11 o 'clock in
the ienoon, to 'show cause, if any
they have. why the said Admninistra
Kl.,J4d noit b)e grait,.
'Given under my Hand. -this 28th
day of June. Anno Domini, 1909.
Frank M. Schumpert.
ans and discoulnts .. .$ 98.901
erdrafts ...........2,194 22
nking hiouse .. .... .. 2,000 00
rniture and fixtures . 2,000 00
e from banks and trust
eompanies .. .. .. .. 18921 23
rrency ............ 3,007 00
Id .. .. ........ 1,205 00
Iver and other coin .. 854 85
Total ..........$129,083 73
pital stock paid in ... $ 25,000 00
rplus fund .. .. .... 1,500 00
divided profits, less cur
rent expenses and taxes
paid .. .. .. .. .. .. 11,748 74
e to banks and trust
eompanies .. .. .. .. 344 41
dividual deposits sub
ject to check ...... 40,857 74
vings deposits .......49,632 84
Total ........ ..$129,083 73
'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Newberry.
Before me came J. F. Browne, cash
of the above named bank, who, beJ
r duly sworn says that the above
d foregoing statement is a true con
ion of said bank, as shown by the
3ks of said bank.
J. F. Browne.
Sworn to and subscribed before me,
s 28th day of June, 1909.
A. B. Wise
N. P. for S. C.
eo. Y. Hunter,
3. S. Birge,
J. S. Wheeler.
1 CENT A WORD.
o advertisement taken for
ss than 25 cents.
ANTED-Your order for Fall Suit.
Samples on display at Newberry
hotel sample room, June 26th to
July 3rd. G. F. Wearn.
UCK .FOR BALE-By Littleton
Briek Yard Company, Littleton, S.
C. Lowest prices offered by any
firm. 100,000 now on hand at a
We are going t
business to 01
us explain our
We are not g
necke will ho
week. Be sur
It Cost You NOTI
We, offer $200.00
ur store that is not sel
N EW BE I
South stre er month.
Apply to T. ers.
SEE G. F. WE 7berry ho
tel about that . Samples *B
on display June July 3rd.
JEWELRY REPAIRING-Notice to
my friends. I am better prepared
than ever to do all kinds of repair
work. Will send after your clocks.
All work done promptly and guar- -
anteed. ... T. M. Rogers, Jeweler,
Next door to post office.
ELECTRIC FANS at
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OUR FIRE INSURANCE PC
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Our DISABILITY policies pa:
account of sickness and accider
jured while traveling. No me<
We have a proposition for insu
ond to none.
Why ask ycur friends to sign 1
when you may buy this accomi
Our office is open every week i
us for any information.
SEOURITY, LOAN &
3 N. McCaughrin,
o refund the cast
ir customerS, D
~oing to quote pri4
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s and keep your c
at 10:30 10 yard
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III to I.ook and. Bo
FOR THE SP
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eward to any one that
ing for less than the reg'
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VANTED-To hear from
wanting lumber sawed.
all the work reasonable. Wn
W. Henderson, Blair, S. C.
SUM'IER BROS. CO.
rst Law of Naiur
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LITTLE to Bu1.
can find any arti
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