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Novements of Many People, New
%errians and Those Who Visit
Mr. E. Y. Morris return:d last week
from Hot Springs, Ark.
Miss Sara White has accepted a
position as stenographer in the busi
ness office of Jacobs & Co. at Clinton.
Miss Moriet Hayes, of Newberry, vis
ited Mrs. Phil Perry several days last.
week.-Bethany cor. Saluda Standard.
Hon. J. Willie Bowers, member of
the house from Greenwood, spent the
week-end in Newberry with his broth
er, the Rev. Dr. A. J. Bowers.
Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Wells left
Monday for Lincointon, N. C., on a
vis.it to the old home of Mr. Wells, who
has a brother and a sister there.
Misses Mary and Doll Perry, of New
berry, spent the week-end with their
brother, Mr. Phil Perry.-Bethany cor.
Saluda Standard, 26th.
Mr. Tolbert Swindler, of Silver
street, spent Sunday with his brother,
Mr. Scrap Swindler.-Bethany cor. Sa
luda Standard, 26th.
Mr. Jesse Roland and Mr. Singley, of
Little Mountain, visited J. H. Hipp's
family Wednesday.-Zoar cor. Saluda
Miss Annie Smith, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W. White,
returned today to her home in Balti
Mrs. M. C. Self left on Saturday for a
prolonged visit to friends and relatives
in Ninety Six, Newberry and Columbia.
-Pleasant Lane cor. Edgefield Chron
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Wallace, of
Newberry county, were guests last
week of their daughter, Mrs. John Har
ris Wharton and Mrs. Wallace's par
-ents, Major and Mrs. Anderson.-Wat
erloo cor. Greenville News, 29th.
Miss Sallie Bell Buford, of Newber
ry, is the guest of friends and relatives
here this week.-Clinton cor. Spartan
burg Herald, 29th.
Miss Bernice DeVoux, who has been
working in Newsberry, is at' home.
Ninety Six cor. Sunday News, 28th.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT..
The Calendar society of Centra'l
church will meet with Mrs. J. B. Wal
ton Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Capt. W. S. Lan'gford 'has sold his
fine and beautiful dapple sorrel horse
to Governor Blease and it has been
shipped to 'the governor in Columbia.
They are going to pay the R. F. D.
men $1,000 a year. Well, 'most of them
are worth it.-Anderson Mail. All of
'them in this county do.
The Southern Power company have
unloaded a lot of material at Monarch
mills and havie begun the construc
tion of 'the power line to Newberry.
Union Times, 27th.
At Union the hospital will be called
"The Wallace Thompson Hospital."
The name was proposed by Mrs. E. F.
Kennedy.' Union and Greenville are
~goi.ng ahead along hospital i-ntes.
What Spartanb'urg county would be
most interested in would- be 'an elec
tric line from this 'city to Pauline,
Cross Anchor, Clinton and Newberry.
In all 'other drections we are pretty
wiell in touch.-Sparta:tburg Heraild.
.The many friends of Miss Lola Bed
enbaugh were surprised to hear of her
marriage to Mr. James Hendrix,' of
Niervberry, West End, o'n January 10.
Leesville No. 6 cor. Saluda Standard,
Another thing that Newberry can
-claim without fe-a,r of successful con
tradiction. She ihas the prettiest school
teachers of any county in the State, at
home and abroad. Serveral of them
were in the city Saturday.
A gentleman in Newberry, who is a
great reader, was reading "Golden
Fieece," one of the works of David
Graham Phillips, when that author re
c'eival his fatai wound at the 'hand of
'an assassin in New York last week. I
The South Carolina Corn Breeders
association mieetinlg in Columbia
Thursday elected1 A. D). Hudson, ol
Newberry, p)residen-e: L. L. Baker, of
Bis'hepvil le. vice-president, and James
Hop)kins, of Richland county. secretary
Miss Thelma Noxon, who is connect'
ed with the Smith Shows, now in Hel
ena, and whici. exhib tE'd in Prosper
ity last week, is advert'sing for $1.02:
which she lost in Prosperity. Thi
money was in a chamois bag.
Don't s'top) to argue why a womai
should vote, but make all your lad;
friends vote in The Herald and New
Man wants but little here below. bn
woman wants a piano.
THAT DEPOT LIGHT.
No Obstacle Now in Way of Light at
Friend Street Crossing, it is Hop
ed Council Will Act.
Another letter has been received by
zhe editor of The Herald and News
frcm President W. W. Finley, of the
Southern railway, in reference to the
light which The H-rald and News has
been urging council to have placed in
Friend street near the union station
crossing, and which last year's coun
cil ordered, but which was not placed
because it was stated the Southern
would not permit the light within a
certain number of yards of its track.
Now that there is no objection from
the Southern authorities, as explained
by President Finley, it is very much
hoped that council will take favorable
action in the ma ter. A light is badly
needed at this p< nt.
The crossing ought also to be im
proved. In bad weathe'r it is almost
Following is ,the letter from Presi
Washington, D. C., Jan. 25, 1911.
My Dear Mr. Aull: Referring to my
letter to you of the 6th instant rela
tive to -a paragraph published in The
Herald and News of the! 3rd instant
regarding the darkness which sur
rounds the union station in Newberry,
stating that it is understood that "the
reason city council did not put a light
in Friend street the Souhern railway
objeced to onle closer than 30 yards
of 'the track." I am advised by Mr.
E. H. Coapman, vice-president and
general maniger of this company, that
up to -the time this paragraph was
wrtten nothing had been said to Sup
erintendent Williams with respect to
the town of Newberry placing a pole
for light on our premises and that
when the matter was subsequently
taken up with -him by the people of
Niewberry, Mr. Williams promptly ad
vised them that there would be no ob-'
jeetions to placing the pole at a proper
location when,'they saw fit to do so.
In view of this information I think
that if it is the desire of the city auth
orities to place a light njear the sta
tion they will have 'no difficulty in
reahing an agreement with Mr. Wil
ims as to a location that will be mt.
tu'ally satisfactory to the city and to
With sincere regards and best
wishes, I am,
W. W.- Finley,
Attended Atlanta Convention.
Capt. W. S. Langford attended the
third annual convention of the Coca
Cola Bottlers' convention in Atlapta
last week, and he 'reports a most en
joyable meeting. The convention was
'hed in the Piedmont hotel, and was
welcomed by Asa G. Chandler, presi
dent of the' company. Pleasant fea
tures of the -meeting were the elabor
ate reception and the s'moker, with
which the convention was 'brought to
The lobby of the Piedmont hotel h'ad
been specially decorated in honor of
the gathering, and everything possiible
was done to make the -members feel a
hearty welcome and 'to make th~etir stay
Ladies' Aid Society.
The following are the commnittees
for the Ladies' Aid 'society of the Luth
eran Church of the Redeemer fo.r 1911:
Committee on Program--Mesdamnes
. C. Sonnenburg, 0. B. Mayer, E. H.
Aull, Cflarence Wise and R. C. Perry.
Chancel Circle--Mesd'ames W. G.
Houseal, Willi'gm Johnson, E. R. Hp.p,
S. J. Derrick, and Miss Lizzie Domin
Committee to Sick-Mesdamies A. J.
Bowers, 0. Klettner, Dave Livingston,
J. H. Summer and D. A. Dckent.
Committee to Welcome Visiting
IStrangers-Mesd'ames Edw. Fulenwid
er, E. B. S:itzler, Geo. Summer and J.
Mrs. J. WV. Kibler, President.
Fire Alarm But no Fire.
The fire departmnen't was called out
yesterday afternoon in response to an
alarm sent in from a nw.gro house in
the western section of the city. When
the departme'nt reached the scene they
found the fire had been put out with
Appoinments for J. B. O'Neall Hollo.
way, State Lecturer Farmiers'
Union, Fairfield County.
Monday, Janua-ry 30, Ridgev/ay, 15
mn.; Longtown, 7 p. mn.
Tuesday, January 31, Bear Creek, 15
n.: Blythewood, 7 p. m.
Wednesday, February 1, Holly Grove
12 m.; Greenbrier, 7 p. mn.
Thursday, February 2, J1enkinsville
12 m.: Monticello, 7 p. mn.
Friday, February 3, Feasterville,
Monday. February 6, Winns.bor'o, 1:
mn.: Lebanon school house, 7 p. mn.
Tuesday, February 7, Wateree, 1:
mn.: Woodward, 7 p. mn.
Wednesday, February 8, 'stover, 1:
in.: I~~~t'~'k, 7 u~ i.
DIED AS RESULT OF FALL.
'Ned Wright, Aged Negro, Who Fell
From Dray, Killed by Concussion
of The Brain.
Ned Wright, the aged negro who fell
from a dray while turning the corner
at the intersection of Main and Cald
well streets on last Monday afternoon,
died at 4 o'clock yesterday morning
from concussion of the brain as a re
sult of the fall. Wright was 71 years
of age, and is survived by a wife and
Wright was hauling some boxes and
fell from the top of his load. His finger
was broken, but there was no outward
evidence whatever of any injury to
He was attelded by Dr. C. E. Stev
Wright was driving for Bowles and
Col. Holloway in Low Country.
Mr. J. B. O'Neall Holloway, State
lecturer of the Farmers' union, writes
us that his trip . through Bamberg
county recently was one continuous
round of pleasure. In his address here
last Thursday he spoke of the hand
some entertainment he aeceived
throughout the county.-Bamberg Her
Coy. J. B. O'Neall Holloway, of New
berry, was the guest of Capt. J. W.
Jenny and Mr. J. D. Denny for a few
days. The coloniel has many friends
here who are always glad -to see him.
He is now lecturing in the interest of
the Farmers' union and we bespeak for
him much success in this line of busi
n*ess, as -he is a fluent and forceful
.speaker and it is certainly a rare treat
to hear him.-Jenny cor. Barnwell
At the court house last Thursday
State Lecturer J. B. O'Neall Holloway,
of Newberry, gave a most interesting
and instructive address on -the princi
ples of the Farmers' union. Mr. Hol
loway had been filling appointments
in Bamberg county for a week or more,
I and he concluded his visit with the
neeting last Thursday. Mr. Holloway's
address was interesting and instruc
tive. He took up the principles of the
Farmers' union and discussed them
intelligently 'and forcefully. Those
present we f'eel sure enjoyed 'his ad
dress, for there was no attempt to ar
ray the farmers against any other
class,' but a 'broad, lberal spirit per
meated his remarks. There were no
appeals 'to -prejudice, as we have 1:is
tened to unfortunately in the past from
some so-ca-lled f.riends of the farmer,
and we feel sure the meeting and ad
dress will do much .good for the cause
of the Farmers' union in this county.
Bamber'g Herald, 26th.
Meeting of Pension Board.
The pension board of Newberry
'county will meet Monday, February 6,
'at 11 o'clock to pass on tihe appl1ca
tions for peiision. Let all of the av
~plicants te present.
W. G. Peterson,
Nomination of Executive Staff Most
Important Matter--P. H. Nelson
is Made President..
The 12th 'annual ~meetinig of the
South Caro}ina Bar association clos
ed Friday with three very successful
meetings. The afternoon session and
Ithe election of officers were held in the
ball of the~ house of representatives at
I4 o'lock and at 8 o'clock J'udge E. W.
ISaunders, of Virginia, addressed a
large crowd in the hall on "The Rela
tion of Liquor to Interstate Commerce
and the Power of Congress to Control
It." Following J'udge Saunders' ad
res's the annual banquet was served
t the Colonia hotel.
The feport 'of the commrittee on nom
in.ations for officers for the present
ear was the 'most important repor
received. P. H. Nelson, of Columbia,
will be president, E. L. Craig, of Co
*umbia, secretary, and R. E. Carwile,
of Columbia, treasurer. W. C. Miller
Charleston; C. E. Spencer, Yorkville;
C. C. Featherstone, Laurens;, form the
new executive commnittee.
At the banquet Governor Blease re
sponded 'to the toast "South Carolina,'
'and Dr. Geo. B. Cromaer, of Newberry
to "The Bench."
JONES ENTERS PE3iITENTIARY.
Stated, However, Pending Appeal t<
Columbia, Jan. 27.-John J. Jones
the Branch.ville attorney, who was
convicted in the Orange'burg court an<
sentenced to ten years and one monti
in the peniten-tiary, for the killing o
Abe Pearlsti-ne, was brought to th<
At the penitentiary it was state<
that the prisoner ha.d been brough
here pending an appeal to the supremn
c ourt, and that he x'oul A ! for th
n! he mu3:tere"d ini as a cnit
* HONOR ROLL. *
* Newberry Citv Schools for Month *
* Ending January 20, *
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Boundary Street School.
Grade 1-John Chappeil, Claude
Cron--r, Edward Epting, Marcus
Ewart, Paul Fulenwider, Henry Loin
inack, Walter Martin. Legare Tarrant
.aies Wallace, Janet Banks, Colie
Bliease, Leila Bradley, Susie Buford,
Ella Dunn, Elizabeth Kinard, Elizabeth
Minms, Mildred Paysinger, Marie
Schumpert, Mildred Werts, Elizabeth
Grade 2-Ralph Gunter, Clark Floyd,
Herman Dickert, Car.roll Summer, Au
brey Tilley, Willie Caldwell, Janie Dell,
Paysiniger, Alliene Dunn, Frances
Jones, Annie Ward, Mildred Tarrant,
Grade 3-Vernon Porter, Laurence
Hardeman, Daggett Norwood, Karl
Kinard, Harry Epting, Ellis Willim,
son, Robert Schumpert, Callie Boyd
Parr, May Tarrant, Edna Taylor, Mary
Buford, Mary Kl'ettner, Ida Perry,
Cora Ewart, Mildired Purcell.
Grade 4-Annie Banks, Ruth Black
welder, Sophia N. Crotwell, Mary F.
Cannon, Frances Houseal, - Harriet
Mayer, Roberta Mann, Estelle Moore,
Azile Parr, Pearl Powell, Marguerite
Spearman, Ruth Schumpert, May Tur
ner, Leo Braswel, Cornelius Davis,
Grade 5-George Rodelsperger, Ber
i tha Gallman, Ruth Porter, Edward
Davis, John Floyd.
Grade 6-Margaret McIntosh, Mary
Hipp,. Eddie Mae Parr, Frances Wheel
er, Blanche Norris, Louise Smith, Fred
Scurry, Walter Banks, Clifton Gra
kham, Mary Frances Kibler.
Grade 7-Teressa Maybin, Myrtis
Miller, Oscar Blackwelder, Sara Half
Pope (Speers Street) School.
Grade 1-Nellie Lake, Edith Wil
Ison, Blanche Sale, Preston Lambright,
Blanche Counts, Carroll Baxter, Win
I nie Taylor.
Advanced Grade 1-Jessie Lee Ear
hardt, Edward Walton, Emmet Counts.
Grade 2-Fredna Schumrpert, Mary
Alice Suheir, Rachel Hendrix, Hilda
Sample, Mary Ellen Lake, Horace~
Gruber, Broaddus Werts, R. C. Wilson,
Joo. Rion Bullock.
Grade '3-Edwin Setzler, Susie
Wilson, Abbie Gaillard, Sue Ella Pet
Grade 4-Wailter Lindsay, Emily
Hoof, Nancy Fox.
Grade 5--Jae Norwood, Jack Dun
ston, Edward Davis, Lee McSwain,
Grace Wilbur, Sarah Thompson.
Grade 6-Mildred Evans, Kathiryn
Harms, Elise Peterson, Henry Rikard.
Grade 7-Carl Julien, Magon Ear
hardt, Rebecca S'ligh, Maud Abrams,
The High School.7
Grade 10-Robert Porter, Lela Den
nis, Geneva Thornton.
brade 9-James Kinard, Lois Hipp,
Marion Jones, Gus Houseal, Nancy
Werts, Leo Riser.
Grade 8-Fay Rikard, Frank Wright,
Geo. P. Wright.
West End SchooL.
Grade 1-Annie Mae Jonels, Flem
mer Jones, Mazie Hiat, Eva Robert
son, Murrell Witt, Emma Franklin,
Liiain Hayes, Achrilee Widener, Olin
Lever, Ceci1 Merchant, Pet Thrift, Ber
ley. Bouknight, Otway Clamp.
Grade 2--Annie~ Mae Bedienba}gh,
Lillie Mae Chaney, Maud Gilliam, Ma
bel Jones, Ruth Koon, Goldie Petrea,
Eva RAister, Mamie Rister, Carrie Nell
Swindler, Earl Chandlier, B. F. To'mp
Grade 3-Grace Thompson, Elsie
Grade 4-Bernice Caldwell.
Grade 5-Annie Kinard.
Grade 6-David Thornton.
SENDS ANDERSON'S INVITATION.
Congressman Aiken Forwards to
White House Formal Request.for
. Visit From President.
Washington, Jan. 28.-Reprsenfta
tive Aiken, who 'grcented the invita
o to President Taft to visit Ander
son on his way to Atlanta on March
10, today sent to the White House the
formal invitations of the board of trade
and the mayor of Anderson, to the
president, asking him to visit their
Mr. Aiken has a letter from the
,:president's secretary, in which he
says the president hopes to visit An
derson, but that the preparation of
his itinerary has juist begun and he
3can not say definitely till the entire
ischedule s completed. Mr. Aiken,
however, afeels confident that the pres
ident will accept this invitation to
1visit the city which has been trying~
to r - a for m~ lon.
NINE GAMBLERS CONVSiICTED.
Mayor Langford Had a Number of Of
fenders Before Him at Monday's
Nine negroes of varying size and
color were before the mayor on Mon
day morning charged with gambling.
Eight of them were sentenced to pay
five dollars or to serve thirty days, and
one was sentenced to pay $7.50 or to
serve thirty days.
Clarence Smitib, colored, was sen
tenced to pay $15 or to serv"e thi.rty
days for creating a disturbance by
threatening to use his shot guns upon
one ujon the streets to whom he evi
dently had a dislike.
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Counited amon.g the most lovely af
fairs which have been given to the
Bachelor Maids this season, was the
afternoon luncheon given by Miss Lois
Goggans Thursday afternoon. The
ouse was darkened and all the light
shed was from candles with pink
shades. The color scheme was whtte
and pink, and many pink carnations
were used in decorating. In the guess
ing contest Miss Fannie Mae Carwile
won the prize, a beautiful picture. A
most tempting luncheon was served
the following guests: Misses Mary
Oarwile Burton, Cora Dominick, Ger
tru.de Carwile, Lucile Wilson, Banna
Nell, Oarolyn Cromer, Lucy McOaugh
rin, Ruby Holloway, Fannie Mae Car
wilie Anita Davidson, Linda Welch,
Mazie Dominick, Daisy Cannon,
Blanche .Davidson, Nora Long, and
Mesdames J. W. Harper, of Greenwood,
and W. C. Schenck.
In 1honor of Miss Mosher, of New
York, the W. C. T. U. gave a charmilig
reception Thursday afternoon at the
residenc'e of Mrs. J. W. White. Miss
Mosher gave a most interesting talk
during the afternoon, and Mrs. R. Z.
Thomas and Miss Mabel Wi.lliamson
beautiful vocal and instrumental selec
tions. Besides the members of thle W.
C. T. U. the teachers of the schools and
bihe pastors of 'bie churches an'd their
wives were present.
Thie Friday Morning B.ridge club had
their usual meeting 'last week with~
Mrs. W. H. Carwile. A numnber of 3in
teresting games were played, Mrs. Car
wile and Mrs. J. E. Norwood mnakng
the highest score.
One Cent a Word- No ad'
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
LOST-In Prosperity-a chamois ' bas
containing ten $100 bdlls, a $20 bill
and a $5 bill. Will pay $100 reward
for return of same and ask no ques
tions. Bills are useies to anyone
bust owner as I shiave numibtye of $10(
frills. Return to The Herald and
News office. Thelma Noxon. 1-31-2t
TRESPASS NOTICE-All persons are
foribidden to trespass in any 'mannei
on any of Mthe land in Newberry
county belonging :to S. S. Birge Co
COMMERCIAL LIME-One car of A
Lee and Sons commercial lime
hands and for sale. Good for wet
sour lands. S. J. Kyhin. 1
FOR ENT-A 'good toh
with 5-,room dwellig hio
other buildings, six and
west of Newberry, S. C. H.
er, R. F. D. No.-1. *'t 1-31-3
FOR SALE-A full blood Jersey milcl
cow; calf two weeks old. Also thre
- pairs of gelese. Mrs. W. H. Folk
'Phone 288-7. 1-31-2
STRAED-On:s black sow shoat
weighing 115 pounds, white .ypot on
back, white spot in face. -Liberal re
ward for its return. .Jones & Werts
Phone 40. - 1-31-1t
LOST-entleman's ring with jet set
ting, over-laidl with gold letter W
Finder will please leave with WV. O
MULES FOR SALE-If not sold befor<
at private sale, I will sell at publi'
auction before the court-house a
Newberry on salesday in February
five or six good mules. S. B. Aull
FOR~ ALE--Two milk cows. Alex. I]
WOMAN AGENT WANTED-Fo
quick selling underwear specialties
Experience unnecessary. Sample
free. ILiberal commissions. Busi
ness references required. Carl-Ros
Cr. 3; Fifth A ve., New York.
HEADQUARTERS, for fresh" fish.
Fresh shad in season. Paysinger &
ANDERSON, S. C., is known as th
Electric City, but her leading hote
the Chiquola, is lighted by Acet
iene gas and why? Because it i
chepest and best. The Anderso
Acetylene Light Co. installed fo
them a two hundred light "Ide
Epworth Generator" which is si
pl?. safe and perfectly autont
Let them make you an estimate 0
your home and barn or place
business. They are the Southe
Distributors for the Ideal Epwo
GTenorator. Address, Anderson Ac
tylene Light Co., Anderson, S. C.
FOR SALE-Lot nice stoats w
30 to 80 pounds each. Iotfa
cheap. L. W. Floyd. I
MARLBORO PROLIFIC corn $2.00
busihel. Won first in its c
South Atlantic Corn expo
Made 865 bushels on a two
farm in 1410. S. M. Duncan,
berry, S. C., R. F. D. No. 3.
AGENTS WANTED-We want re
sentatives on every rural route
in every village of South Caro
to take su-bscriptions for the
gia-Carolina Ag scuturis
Weekly Chronicle. We pay
com-mssions. Write for
to I Circulatio Maner,
Carolina Agriculturist and W
Chronicle, Augusta, Ga.
JUST arrived, a carload of heart.
sap shingles. Langford H
WANTED-Your laundry work. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Anna
FOR SALE-Six thoroughbrpd b
Leghorn roosters, 75 ceifs-$1.00
piece. Apply by mail or in p
to Kdte L. Neel, R. F. D. No. 1.
MULE FOR SALE-Gra nare
e1glht years old. Good conditin..
ply to Jas. F. Epting, Newberry,
C. .. 1-2
OVER 185,000 HOMES in America
using Acetylene lights. Why
Iyou? Th'ey are th'e chieapesteand
lights on the meTket today. Thel
stirance.people recomma~nd them.2
-stall your plant and put in the,Id
Epworth Generator, which Is 'au
metic, no 'clock works oer we
vnd guarantpe to give satisfac
-talogue and descriptive mia
ts.. ished ,on request Ande
Acetylene Light Co.,. Soth
tributors, Anderson, S.'. 1-27
CALL ONI Annie Ruff &' Co. for~
fuss' rye creann bred. -It is
EVERY WOMAN should earn $25
week intpducing our very %Camlp
spring line of beaertiful anm4
ings, wadh fbres, iasney
silks, hamdkerchiefs ~cas, .4F
Up 'to debe .Meg-Yor ety patterasl
Fies- e on the market. Dealnag
direct with the mills you will Snd,
our yrices low. If others can make
$10.00 to $30.00 weeklIy you canal.
Samples, full instructions in neat
sample case, shuipped expr'ess pro
paid. No. mony required. Eclu
sive territory. Write for partica ars.1
Be first to apply. Stan4S2!d D)rees
Goods Company, Dept 600, Biigham
ton, N. Y. 1.203.
RENT-One new three-room1 c4
e. Good water and garden s
r month. Apply to T. MI. S
. L W.' Sharp, veterin
surgeon 'and7tst has located
Newberry and tr ball kinds of
/mestic animals; (~.3itees C
incsscurable. Answe a to
promptly, day or night
Itions free. Headquarters a
Jacobs st.Able. Phone -No. 2.
PHONE 95 for nice fresh w
Rodelsperger, Lower Mal
GET YOUR GLASSES from
Connor, a graduate of th
optical college in the w
Northern Illinois College of
Dr. Connor is located pe
in Newberry,' gives both the s1
tive and subjective tests by eleotri
ity' and guarantees his~ 'work.
PONE 95 for nice fresh meat. E.
Rodelsperger, Lower Main Str
FINE FRESH FISH-Receivell r.egu
larly during the season whieh is
now on. Fish of differetit varieties.
Spanish mackerel a specialty. .Pay
singer & Coward. 1-13-tf.
PHONE 95 for nice freshi meat.
Rodelsiperger, Lower Main S~e
* -' -.,~*c.