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THE NEWS OF WHITMI RE.
Pretty Hats at Millinery Opening:
Lyceam Course Friday. Personal
Whitmire, April 6.-Mr. J. W. Gar:
who has a nice position with the Na
tional Biscuit company in Columbia
is spending a few days with his pai
ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Gary.
Presiding Elder Rev. J. C. Rope
preached in the Methodist churc
here last Friday at 11 o'clock, an
afterward held the quarterly confer
Mr. Sam Young and Misses Len
Young and Kate Hargrove attende
preaching at Mt. Tabor Sabbath, an
.spent the remainder of the day at Mx
L. D. Abrams.
Misses Willie Mae and Connie Shan
non spent Saturday with Mrs. Ine
McCarley, and attended the opening
Miss Inez Dobbins has complete(
this session of her school near her
and Is spending the week with Mis
Sallie Lou Scott.
Mrs. E. B. Kibler and two children
of Prosperity, spent last week visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Jno. M. Suber
While here she also visited Mrs. W. 1]
Suber,' Mrs. Inez McCarley and othe:
relatives and friends.
Misses Willie and Myrtle Ducket
have returned from a pleasant stay
with relatives at Cross Keys.
Miss Nenie and Beulah Dean and
Miss Mary Setzler spent the week
end with Miss Mattie Duncan.
Misses Annie McCarley and Ger
trude Matthews spent Saturday with
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Jeter and attended
Misses Winnie Henderson anc
Daisy and 7ula Bess, Whitney, of
Maybinton, spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Abrams. Messrs
Elmore Suber and T. J. Abrams joine
the party Saturday evening and they
All seemed to bp having a happy time
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Abrams were also
at Mr. M. E. Abrams Saturday.
Mrs. Will Blair and daughter, Fran
ces, of Blairs, while on her way tc
Hurricane to visit her mother, Mrs
Jones, stopped over with 'her sister
Mrs. Jas. Tidmarsh.
Miss Corrie McCarley of the C. H
Cooper company, and Mrs. Estell-e
Wolseley of th~e Glenn-Lowry Manu
facturing company, each had theix
openings on last Friday ,and Saturday
The millinery we think is prettier
than any we have had in Whitmire
*The newest hats in fancy braids and
draped so as to make every one ap
pear young and pretty were very at
tractive and ladies from far and near
came to see and to buy.
The DeKoven Male quartet, consist
ing of Howard L. Baxter, Clifford A
Foote; Ivon H. Blackman and John J.
Odbert, accompanied by Miss Mary
Sandall, reader, pianist and suprano
one of the most talented women in the
lyceum, will appear in the school au
ditorium Friday evening, April 7.
The ladies of the Methodist Aid so
ciety will give a box supper and o1c
fashion spelling bee at the home oj
Mrs. J. M. Major Thursday, April 6.
The Southern Power company, whc
have had their camp near Black Rech
in Union, moved today into Newberr3
county. The work of building and
putting up the towers is progressing
The infant son of Mr. Robt. Reic
died at his home in the mill villagE
last Thursday and was buried at Mt
Tabor on the following day, Rev. 0
A. Jeffcoa.t conducting the funeral ser
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* COLUMBIA MUSIC FESTIVAL.
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Columbia, S. C., April 6.-Interes
throughout the State centres in the
Columbia music festival to be hel<
April 20-22 in the Columbia theatre
This 'the third festival given under th<~
auspices oif the Columbia musical fes
tival association, will be the mos
brilliant musical event in the histor:
of the State, and music lover~, from al
poits of South Carolina and neigh
boring States will come to Columnbi;
with the well-grounded assurance tha
"the best is yet to be."
Columbia, the State capitol, central
ly located with its splendid railroal
facilities is the ideal place for such
.festival and her gates will be opel
wide to give a 'hearty welcome to th
festival guests. Special railroad rate
will be granted.
The fact that Victor Herbert's fa
mous orchestra has been engage.
would alone attract the attention o
the whole music world to Columbia'
festival. This is Mr. Harbert's firs
Southern tour and South Carolinian
are indeed fortunate in being give:
this opportunity to hear the world
renowned conductor and composer. 0
supreine interest will be in the ap
l)earanIce at the artist concert o
Madame Eleanore de Cisneros, leadin;
mezzo-soprano dramatic of the Chica
These are the be
on the market.
satisfied.- Call ar
We have jus~t sceived a
we are seling at bargain
coming. Our Flour sti
go opera house, who has well been
called the leading mezzo-soprano. Ad
ded to 'her fame as a great artist
1Madame Cisneros has the unique dis
tinction of being the most beautiful -
woman on the) stage today.
Among the othier well known artists
engaged are Agnes Kimhall, soprano;
Lillia Snelling, of the Metropolitan
opera house, contralto; Evan Williams
and Harry 3. Fellows, tenors; Frank*
Croxton, bass; Signor De Luca, the.
The sale of season tickets opens
April 10, that of single tickets April
18. Prices, orchestra $6; balcony $5
and $6; gallery $3 (for five concerts).
Single tickets, orchestra $2; balcony
$2, $1.50, $1.00; gallery 75 cents (re
served). All orders must be sent
Manager F. L. Brown, accompanied
by a cash remittance.
MNY ISSUED, SOME REVOKED.
Many Notaries Public Commissioned
Under New Law.
IColumbia, April 4.-Gov. Blease
has commissioned since February 10
notaries public to the number of 3,
078, and these have paid for their com
missions fees aggregating $6,156, but
the records show that in a number of
cases Governor Blease has revoked
notarial commissions. In no case do
the reasons moving him to this action
appear in the record.
In red ink interlineation on the
'ok in the secretary of State's office,
in which is kept the official record of
icommissions issued to notaries pub
-lIic, appear the following notations:
Andrew L. Bedenbaugh, Leesville.
Commission issued March 14. Held up
by governor. Reissued March 15.
Herbert A. Barnes, St. Stephen's.
Commission dated March 15. Revoked
by governor March 20.
SC. B. Clayton, Ehrhardt. Commis
sion dated March 15. Held up by gov
SRobert R. Jefferies, Shelton, March
7. Commission not signed by gover
-nor. Appointment revoked.
IAlbert Kinghorn, Beaufort. Com
mission issued February 15. Held up
tSamuel Augnstus Mathias, Irmo,Se
March 2. Commission revoked by gov- AC
ernor March 2.th
- Lucius H. Rivers, St. Stephen's,
fMarch 2. Commission revoked by gov
- ernor March 20. I
fJ. F. Veno, Legare, Berkeley coun
'ty, March 15. Commission revoked by
tors, Disc and
t Distributors and Plant
Your money refunded if i
id let us show them to you
car load of "High Point Buggies" whi
prices. We also have a large shipma
wk is always complete and prices t
'lease call and be convinced.
T hree Prop
No. 1k-A.n establishment netting
' $2,500.00 from lessee. I
aged by owner will net $5,4
No. 2-One of the oldest and best n
tile establishments in a sma
ing town near Newberry.
N reasons for going out of by
No. 3-One of the best improved I
in the county. Netting
cent. on the investment.
T he Newberry Insure
and Realty Cornpan
E. H. Aull, Pres. Paul S. Halfacr
Prize Offers from Leading Manufa
Book on patents. "Hints to h,ventors." "Invent
hy sorne inventors fail." Sendl rough sketch
irch of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley
ting Commissioner of Patents, and as'such had
U. S. Patent Office.
If so, see us.
162 Acres, foi
ers -tenant houses, w
Cot 100 Acres, just
Six room dwellin
an especially goo
200 Acres. F<
bles. Within thi
46 Acres, just
Ch venient to the cl
nt at a bargain.
125 Acres, bet
room dwelling, b
70 Acres. Clo
Cor. Main and
tt adapted for boar
I Otsher bargainm
___ The Newv
E. H. Aud, Presid
~ mn-' OUR P
zecan- YOU CA
Thank-From the fact
Best gets a square d
iness. actly what you
~rms in WE SELL
5 per that's the whole s1
and as little as pos
~nCe We therefore truti
a BARGAIN TR.
offer bears the sanr
Y that a Diamond dc
.chief of all. Som<
, Mgr. gain" and trust to
.mmmmmma aAnd best of all bai
S- prove to you that:
us tanfay where
~ THE FAf11
ms needed." CHESTER S
,ras formerly, A~ 4'ihsiter DiT.*m"nd
,11 charge-of .T smaethBe
REe years kno.vn as Best, Safest.)
E. E.Ohamnberlain, of Cl!
boldly accuses Buck'len's Ar
o of stealing--the3 sting from
scalds-the pain from sore
- Ikinds--Mae distress from
3 INTERESTED IN
NG A FARM?'
Our prices range fo
$200.00 per acre and
es from 10 to 900..
,AN SUIT YOU.
ir miles from Newberry. Good
ell and orchard. $32.50 per ayre.
two miles out from Newberry.
g and all improvements. This is
d bargain for any one desiring a
to the city.
>ur room dwelling, barn and sta-''
-ee miles of the court house.
11 miles from Newberry. Con
>llege and public schools. Going
ween Newberry and Jalapa. Six
am and stables; $2,150.
se to small banking town. All
Ask for particulars.
Holman Sts.-One of the n1ost
3 in the city. For Rent.
-Comfortable dwelling, especially~
.-Store and barber shop. Good
around Newberry and Prosperity,
nt. Paul S. Hlalfacre, Manager
ODS ARE THE BEST
ICES T HE LOWEST
1N'T GET AWAY.
that every one trading with us
eal or nothing. We tell you ex
are buying, or in other words
:ory. We try to make an honest1profit
sible, so that the buyer may come back.
ocds Are All Right
ces Are All Right
ifully claim that every trade with us is
ADE FOR YOU. Every bargain we
ie relation to ordinary so-called bargains
es to other stones-it is the king a
a dea!ers christen any thing as a " r
the name to sell it. A
re Genuine in Name aR(d Nature!
-gains offered. Come at once. We will
you can save more money tradig with
E?T TNE R,
LLSi piles. "It robs cuts, corns, bruises,
sprains and injuries of their terror,"
AM.A he says, "as a healing remedy its
ntaiC equal don't exist." Only 25c at Wmn.
bbo. E. Pelham & Son's.
ILLS, for Zo
~nton, Me. IH--A IETNC
nica -Salve Sold on a guiaYantee. Money back
burns or if not satisfactory. Soc. bottle.
boi g or Solid by GILDER & WEEKS.