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Movements of Many People, New
Mcrrians and Those Who Visit
Mr. 0. C. Shealy has hanged fron:
Prosperity. No. 1, T, 11vilk, No. 4.
Mr. J. T. Smith, of Greenwood
S ' 1; . wec; nu in Nevberry.
Miss Essie Pearson has returne
holme, having closed her school at Mt
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Murrell, oi
Cs I a e ied the Mann-Lon
Mrs. T. C. Sumerel is spending a
fe 'y in N;wberry this week.
Mr. Wright, of Newberry, spenI
Ea:ter with rlatives in this section.
-Tvler:;lle cor. Clinton Gazette.
Deputy Sheriff Buford was in Co
lumbia Saturday and took in the music
Mrs. Oaldwel-l has returned to Mon
roe, N. C., after a pleasant visit tc
Miss Ethel Bowers.
Miss Bessie McGraw has returned
to the city, having closed her school
at Jolly Street with a picnic.
Miss Josie Hutchinson has returned
f'.'An a rleasant visit to relatives and
friends in Greenville.
Mr. J. Spearman Chalmers, oi
Greenvile, is visiting his niece, Mrs
W. E. Felker.
Mises Dorothy Buzhardt, teacher al
St. Paul's, has closed her school anc
.Mrs. G. B. Sligh visited relatives ir
Newberry tlis w.eek. Miss Nina SligI
spent the week-end with relatives a1
Newberry.-Union Times, 21st.
Hon. Hub Evans passed through -
-city on Monday night returning to hiz
home at Newberry from a busines
trip to Atlanta.-Greenwod Index, 20
Mr. Munson Buford, of Newberry
spent 'a few days the latter part o
last week in Clinton.-Clinton Gazette
Misses Eleanor Duckett i.nd Nettie
flilard spent Easter in Newberry, as
'the a'ttracti . guests of Miss Sallie
Bell Buford.-Clixiton Chronicle, 20th.
Mr. B. V. Chapman has moved tc
Newberry and will practice law. His
office is upstairs in the McCaughrin
Miss Sara Caldwel.l's school at Un
ion has closed and Miss Caldwell has
Teturned home. The closing exercises
-of the 3.hool were held Saturday.
Dr. W. E. Pelham has been elected
as an alternate commissioner to the
-general assembly of ethe Presbyteriar
~church, which will meet at Louisv'
Car't. Silas J. McCaughrin, o.f Bir
mingham, is in the city visiting his
~brother, Mr. Jes. N. McCaughrin, tc
The pleasure of his numerous friende
Among those in Columbia 'last weal4
at'tending the music festival were
Mrs. Cannon G. Blease, Mrs. Julius R.
Eison, Mrs. W. H. Hunt, Mrs. E. M.
Evans and Mrs. S. B. Aull.
Col. E. H. Aull, editor of the New
berry Herald .and News, of Newberry,
-and Mr. C. D. Brown, of Abbeville, G.
K. R. S. of the Knights of Pythias of
South Carolina, were in the city yes
terday afternoon.-Sumter Herald,
The many friends of Mr. Boyd Ept
~ing were pleased 'to see him in the
city yesterday from 'his farm where h'e
has ibeen at work since raturning a
week or so ago, after hospital treat
ment in Columbia. He is very much
improved in health and looks promis
ing fer complete recovery.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
There were three Sunday weddings
so far as heard from.
Don't forget to look at the sur:&
day, as it will be in eclipse, partial
here at 6.45 p. m.
Mrs. A. M. Hutchison had green~
peas -o:n 1-er garden on thA !tt :nd
Trawaye lies on the 16th.
'Policeman .J. M. Arkums arrested
Cal Workman, colored, Saturday, with
three gallons of b,lind tiger liquor.
A window of -the Newberry H-ard
ware company was lookina very pret
ty yesterday afternoon. It i.; still
A headless lamb was the hitr- irou
erty of Mr. B. P'. Goggans. Of coursg
the lamb is dead, for a lamb without
a head would be no lamb at all.
The Rev. D. P. Bloyd had a good1 day
for servic>e :gr Helena Suniday after'
nooon. There wa.s a good congr 'ga
tion and a profitab!e service.
Common pleas court convenes Mon
-3ywe,My~ h umra~
of : court of general sessions bp
gins on the 12th of June.
A spider bit Mr. Tom Hutchinson or
the ear and caused him sone anxiet3
. th-' doctor told him it was no
?rious. But it gave pain and worri
ali the same.
Fr-iday next is the date' of the Stati
oratorical contest at Greenwood. New
berry college will be represented b3
Mr. C. P. Barre, on "The Employer'N
"Proposal Under Difficulties" wil
be repeated Thursday night 8.3(
o'clock, at Holland hall. As this is
good play by good people for goot
iurposes. give them a good turnout
See ad for further information.
Mr. H. W. Schumpert, superintend
ent of the city water works, statec
that the reason the water has a milk
appearance is that there is air in th(
pipes, following the installation of thE
"Ellison DuRant Smith-That',
what he do." Saturday Eveninc
Post. Petty good get off. Wonde
how George Johnstone missed the jet
de mot on the hustings of that spirit
ed campaign.-Kingstree Record.
Every one knows that Gaffney is E
fast town, but no one suspected th(
venerable old .city clock of trying t(
outstrip everything in sight.-Gaffnel
T.dg-er. Nothing but a case of having
a little movement all its own.
Rev.- Dove Tiller, a preacher in th(
Methodist conference, died Thursda
afternoon, April 13, in a Charlestoi
infirmary. Rev. Mr. Tiller served thi
charge many years ago and is remem
bered by some of our older citizens.
The O'Neall school taught by Prof
0. C. Shealy and Miss -Sallie Pugh
held its closing exercises Saturday
Among the chief features were ad
dresses by Prof. W. K. Tate and Prof
S. J. Derrick.
Rev. Jas. D. Kinard, president o
I synod, will conduct the installatior
service at Union on next second Sun
day, preaching both sermons unles
he be aible later to get assistance.
Delmar cor. Leesvile News, 19th.
John H. Hayes, who was last weel
jailed from Magistrate Sample's cour
on the charge of shooting at brake
man on C., N. & L. train, was .releas
ed on bond yesterday along with Wy
lie Brown, who was held as a witn'ess
The other principal, Rufus Fry, i:
still in jail.
Mr. J. M. Counits says that The Her
ald and News reporter ought to havy
waited to see three broods of chickens
to one hen which he 'has, making 3:
that the old mother is looking after
That 'hen wilil have chickens of al
sizes if Mr. Counts keeps on adding
new broc is to her .koeping.
Magistrate J. C. Saaxnnle held cour
for eight negro gamblers Monday. The
gang had been gathered in on the out
skirts of the city Satturday night. Fivi
of the party put in a pk;a of guilty
costing them $5 each. The other three
pleaded not guilty and were fouiid noi
guilty. Constable T. P. Adams madi
P? of. S. J. Derrick, of 'Ne'wberii
c!!ege, is in demand as a speaker
Haviji;: scecepted the invitation to d e
i .rer a Sunday address Mt Lebanon or
~the fifth Sunday in May he 'has had tc
decline a,n invitation to make a speecl:
at the closing exercises of the Right
well school Satu-rday before the fifth
P. B. Hutchinson, city.
R. B. Lominick, city.
J. Y. Taylor, Prosperit..
W. T. Brown, city.
J.M aughn, .Mollohon mill.
L. A. Wilson, Newberry.
N. C. Scott, Whiitmire.
J. Guy Daniels, city.
Jno. A. Boland, LittIe Mountain..
Sam Beam, 'Pomaria.
Win. N. Taylor, city.
N. T. Dar:by, Mollohon.
H. H. Kinard, city.
Will Lee, Whnitmire.
F. P. Devore, city.
L. E. Long, Newberry, R. F. D. 3.
JT. S. J. Suber, Jr.. Blairs.
T. M. Sanders, city.
J. A. Boland, Prosperity.
J1. H. Cousins, Newberry, No. 7.
T. E. Grizzard; city.
J. T. Mayes, city.
F. C. Sligh, city.
Jno. A. Shealy, Newberry, No. 1.
Geo. A. Epting, Newberry, No. 3.
Fred 0. Koon, Prosperity, No. 1.
Simon P. Lon.g. Prosperity. No 3.
E. L. Rodelsperger, city.
J. T. McCrackin. city.
Geo. P. Pouliware. Newberury. No. 4.
J. M. Boczor, city.
M. E. K. Glymph. Pom,aria.
H. T. Fellers, Silverstreet.
J. L.. e. Davenport. Newherry, No. 4.
Geo H. Li nnrgston, Prosperity. *'. 1
The Herald. and News-the paper
hat gives nws whil it is news.
THE CHAFT.WGUA SECURED.
Newberry Will flaie Chautauqiia 1ehd
Col. Brvian and 1Hobson on 1he
The efforts to secure a ChautouquM
for Newberry were successful. A cer
S.Jn number of the citizrns of thI
- connuunity hav. guaranteed the finan
cial part of it, and hav organized th
Newberry Chautauqua association witi
Prof. H. L. Dean as president; Jno. B
1Mayes, treasurer, and .ino. Henry Bax
tn'r as secretary.
The Chautauqua will be held thi
week beginning Jiune 19. The progran
will be in the main as published ii
The Herald and News on Friday
though some of the numbers may b
changed. It is definitely settle
that Hon. William Jennings Bryar
will be on the program, and will de
liver one of his lectures either 01
Trsday or Wednesday of Ch'autauquo
The gentlemen interested in thi
enterprise for the community hope tc
make it a permanent affair, and the)
should have: the hearty cooperation o
all the citizens. Such, an enterprisE
will be profitable in the way of fur
nishing pleasanrt and instructive en
tertainment for the citizens and a
> the same time will ope;rate as a goot
iadvertisement for Newberry.
It has been suggested that the cham
ber of commerce have a home coming
'ck at the same time that the Chau
taqua is to beheld.
The association will hold a meeting
3 in a few days and possibly appoin
- committees to have charge of the sev
eral features connected with the Chau
tauqua, and a campaign of advertisin;
will be inaugurated, and it is hoped ti
'bring to Newberry during that weel
many hundred visitors.
There will be ten lentertainments
and if season tickets are bought, wil
reduce the price cost of each enter
tainn ent to .25. cents per person, in
cluding the lecture of Mr. Bryan.
It is.hoped that our people will co
operate and unite in their efforts ti
make Chautaukue week successful il
THE INARDS CIRCUIT.
- In a Flourishing Condition-Improve
- ments in Churches Being
IThe Rev. W. R. Bouknigbt, who has
been serving the Kinards circuit this
year, has been very successful -in his
work, and his circuit now leads th<
district in the' payment of domesti'
and foreign missions, and has a sur
plus on each account. It also lead:
in nmaki ng a raise in the raistor's sal
ary, and bids fair .to be on the ho-n'o:
During the year, the tembers o
Sharon church a,t Kinards have ar
ranged for installing nice opera chain
with mahogany finish, and carpet a1
the aisle and along the pulpit ant
chneel. The expenditure for thes<
mprovements wilil amount to fron
$30') .to $400.
SAt I;opewell, another one of th<
churches on. this circuit, the membeni
have already recently repaired an(
carpeted -the church at a cost of abon:
>The Rev. Mr. Bouknight has receiv
t ed 12 new members during the year
-and the circuit is in a very healthl
Mr. Bouknight, who, some fourteer
years -ago, was a student at Newberrl
college, and who walked five miles
each day, and five miles return, ir
order to atttnd college, and who h.ad
to grive up his efforts to secure ar
IeduIcation, has this year, since becom
ing pastor of the Kinardi circuit, re
entered Newberry coll-ege, and is tak
ig the full course by special arirange
ment with the faculty, and is attend
ing two or -three days out of eacl!
On the 5th Sunda'y in~ April there
will be a layman's missionary meet
i.ng at Lebanon. Sunday school at
10.30. At 11, song service and an ad
dress by Dr. E. C. Jones, of Newberry.
At 1.30, song srrvice arnd an address
by Mr. Walter H. Hunt, of Newberry.
Dinner will be served on the
ground. The public is cordially invit
ed. J. M. Fridy, Pastor.
At Union School.
At the closing exercises of Unionl
s-hool on Saturday there were seve
al prizes delivered, Mr. J. B. O'Neall
Holloway making the presentation
speeches. Mr. C. 1L. Wilson, one of
the trustees, had offered a prize for
the pupil who wouia improve thr
most <luring the session.. whieb was
wn by nlonnie Epps. Mr. Wilson's
sPcodl prize, for the best general be
havior, was won by Essie Wilson.
The teacher. Miss Sarah Caldwell, had
offered a prize for spelling.- Won by
Thelma Wilson. Miss Caldwill's see
ond prize, for attendance, was won
b Cvhris Fr-anklin.
THE LIST STILL OPEN.
Come .\lomn and Take Your Subscrip
tion to the Park-Now is
We print again the names and
amounts of subscribers and subscrip
tions to the park for Newberry. I
will be seen that there have beer
some few slight additions, and theS<
have come voluntarily. There is roon
for more, and we hope by the next is
sue of 1he paper to have at least twic<
the amunL that is now subscribed.
J. A. Burton.. .. ...... .. .. ..$60(
W. H. H unt... ... ... ..... ... 10(
H. L. Parr... ... ... . ...... 104
. L. Spearman.... .... ...... 104
D. C. MattheWs. ............. 104
I. H. H unt... ... ... ... ..... 10(
0. B. Mayer.... .... .... .... 10(
J. H. W est... ... ... ... ... ... 10(
E. L. Bailes.... .... .... .... 1
G. F. Wearn... ... ... ... ... 1(
W. B. Wallace... ... . .... .... 1(
W . E. Pelham........ .... .... 2
J. W. Chapman... ... ... ..... 1(
1J. E. Norwood.... .... .... .. 2
I. L. Blaustein... ... ... ... ... 14
L. W . Floyd... ... ... ... .....
Thos. P. Johnson..............14
P. E. Scott... ... ... ... ..... 304
W. A. McSwain... ... ... ... .. 5(
R. M. W erts.... .... .... .. .. 5(
J. N. McCaughrin... ... ... ... 5
W. G. Houseal... ... ... ... ... 54
T. C. Pooli... .... .. ...... .. 5
Arthur Kibler... ... ... ... .... 24
C. J. Purcell.... .... .... .... .. 5(
W. G. Mayes... ... ... . . .. 3(
Van Smith... ...... ... .... ... 2
0. K:ittner.... .... .... .... .. 3
J. W. W bite... ... ... ... ..... 1
-Mrs. E. M. Evans... ... ... ... I
. M. Lominack.... .... .... .. 1
SPope *L. Buford.... .... ...... 1
T. W . Smith... ... ... ... ..... 1
IT. M. Rogers... ... ... ... ... 1
E. T. Carlson...... .... .... ... 1
I H. D. Havird... ... ...... . 1
- E. Y. Morris. ...... ... ... ... 1
J. Claude Dominick.... .... .. 1
A. J. Bowers, Jr..... ... ... ... 1
R. G. Parks... ............-- 14
)iJ. M. Ward........ ...... .. 1
1H. S. Chapman... ... ... ... .... 1
W. S. Langford... ... ... ... ..-1
Eugene S. Blease..............24
Jno. B. Mayes.... .......... 5
Nat Gist... ... ... .........--.1
F. N. Martin...... .... .... .....1
J. B. Hunter.... .... .... .......24
Ewart-Perry Co. ...............1
Harry W. Dominick............. 1
;Geo. B. Cromer... ... ... ... ....1
Cash Store... ... ....... ... ....1
SDr. E. H. Kibler.... .... .... ...1
~J. M. Davis.... ... ... ... ......2
.Z. F. Wright... ... ... ... ......5
E. H. Aull Co... ... ....... ...
H. W. Schumpert. ... ....... ..1
Win. Jahnson... ....... ... .. 2
John Henry lBaxter... ... ... ....I
H. L. Dean... ... ....... ..'....14
Anderson 10c. Co... ... .. .......1
LTotal... ... ... ....-.--.$2,63~
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One of the loveliest entertainment
of the Easter season was the lunp,heot
given by Mrs. P. E. Scott to the mem
bers of the Fortnightly club and a fey
friends. The house was beautiful witi
its vases of snow-balls, wild honey
suckle and roses, and after an houw
spent discussing current events t'h<
guests were invited into the dining
room where a course luncheon was
End, the Rev. J. D. Sheialy officiating
served by Miss Fanny McCaughrin
Mrs W C Schenck. The place card:
were Easter eggs and Easter rabbits
were the souvenirs. Easter lillies
decorated the table and a nest of Eas
ter eggs with a large rabbit besid<
it made a unique centre piece. The
guests present were: Mesdames W
*C. Scha'nck, J. F. J. Caldwell, F. R
Hunter, R. H. Wright, J. Y. McFall, J
E. Norwood, Jas, McIntosh, S. B. Jones
J. N. Marti.n, W. G. Houseal, E. C.
Jones, L. W Floyd, WV. H. Carwile, L.
W. Jones, W. H. Hunt, J. H. Harms,
and Misses McHardy, Fannie Mc
Caughrin, Minnie Gist.
The Luther league had a most en
joyable social meeting Thursday even
ing at the parsonage.
Mrs. F. R. Hunter entertained a
number of friends last week at a most
Buried in Saluda.
Mr. R. Y. Leavell went to Saluda
county Suniday'to bury Mr. Will Shep
pard], who died Saturday afternoon
and was buried at Pine Pleasant Bap
tist church on Sunday afternoon. Mr.
Sheppard was 61 years old. He was
'the son of Dr. Sheppard. who practie
ed at Prosperity during the war. The
deceased leaves a son. Mr. Mont Shep
pard, at Silverstreet.
STUDYIN, THE BIBlE.
The United Men's Ilible Class Hok
Public Meeting.-.\ddress by Dr.
Geo. 1. Croimer.
The United Men's Pible class hel<
a eet:ng at Central church on Sun
day evening. Mr. C. L. Harris, th
president, presided, and the prograr
as printed in the last issue of Th,
-Herald and News was carried out, ex
cept that Dr. Thomas, on account o
indisposition, was unable to be pres
ent and deliver the address. Dr. Gec
B. Cromer, however. consented to tak
his place, and made a most excellen
I address on Bible work and Bibl
Reports from five of the nine class
es in the city were made as follows
Mollohon Baraca class, through Mi
R. H. Dickert as secretary, reportei
an enrolment on January 1, of 68
Present enrolment, 67. New member,
1 received 31. sbowing a net loss of i
Average attendance 44 or 65 1-2 pe:
cent. Total collection $12.27.
The report of the Workers' Barac,
class of Central. Methodist churcb
through Mr. J. H. Baxter, secretary
showed an enrolment on January 1
of 30. Present enrolment 25. Nev
members received 12. Net gain of 4
Average attendance 67 ber cent. To
tal collection $155.34.
The West End Baraca class througl
Mr. T.- F. Turner, secretary, reporte
an enrolment January 1, of 48. Pres
ent enrolment 46, showing a net los
of 2. AvArage attendance 55 per cen1
) Total colection $8.45.
The First Baptist church Barac
class reported through Mr. M. I
) Spearman, secretary, an enrolmen
January 1, of 40. Present enrolmen
38. A net loss of 2. Total collectio:
The Adult 'Bible class of O'Nea'
Street Methodist church reported
Mr. J. S. Glymph, secretary, enrol
).ment January 1, 107. Present enrol
ment 103. A net loss of 4. Averac
) attendance of 50 per cent. Total col
) Mr. P. C. Gaillard, secretary of th
United Mn's Bible class, in makin
) up the summary reported the enro"
ment January 1, 293. Present enro:
)ment 280. A net loss of 13, and a
average attiendanice of 56 1-2 per cen
) otal collection of $230.63.
Another Pleasant Home Wedding i
)the City That Does Things.
)At the residence of the bride's par
ents in 801 College street there wa
celebrated on Sunday afternoon at
o'clock the rite of holy matrimony be
tween two loving hearts, in the per
)sons of Miss Nannie Gertrude Man
iand Mr. George Luther Long, the cere
mony being conducted by the Rei
Jas. D. Kinard, assisted by the Re'
J. E. James.
IThere were present a large numbe
of' relatives and friends of the con
tracting parties to witness the beauti
tiful ceremony. Miss Lillie Mann, sis
ter of the bride, was maid of honol
and the groom's brother, Mr. J. Law
son Long, was best man. The mar
riage was under a large white bell an<
the, room was handsomely decoratal
with ivy 'and ferns. Rafreshmn~t
were served by Mrs. Vinnie Booze:
Hayes, Misses Julia Moore, Lillie Ma'
Moore, Fannie Parks, Bertha R>d&s
nerger, Ola Summer and Eli.de Gail
The presents were nurnerous an
handsome, among the most beautifu
and costly being a large mirror, ni e
Isented by the Degree of Pocabontas
of which fraternity the bride is a lead
The bride is the daughter of Mr. anm
Mrs. W. S. Mann and is a lovely younm
lady :whose winning ways have al
ways endeared her .to 'her man:
friends and constantly added nev
names to her "friendship list." Foi
several years she has been a faithfu
and capable clerk at 0. Klettner's.
The groom is the son of Mr. M.~ M
Long; of the Union Acdaemy sectior
of Newberry county. For the past
three years Mr. Long 'has been a resi
dent of the city, holding positions
with business firms and gaining the
confidence of those with whom he has
come in contact. At present he is
with R. H. Anderson & Co., where he
has been doing good service since the
first of last November.
Mr. and Mrs. Long are at home tc
their friends at 930 Cline street. this
The Herald and News extends the
usual congratulations to the happy
and fortunate groom upon his having
won so fair and gentle a bride, and
hopes that the trusting bride may ever
find the sweetest notes in the harmony
of a happy home.
On Sunday evening at 6i.:( o'clock.
Miss Lydia Hendrix and Mr. Isaiah
Corley were united in marriage at the
home of the bride's mother in West
nd th Rev. .L. D. Shealyfi officiating.
AN DIPORTANT LAND SALE.
The Andorson Real Estate and In
I vestment Company has bought the
Hatton property consisting of a half.
block about a block and a half east
o he square. This is an important'
I deal and one that means a great deal
- for the town. Hertofore it has not
a b~en available for improvement, but
i now we understand that the new own
a ers propose to clean off the property
- at once, divide it into lots and sell it
f on very easy 'terms at auction. Th6
- public will recall that there is a
large two-story dwelling on Nance
e street and two nice four room cot
t tages on Caldwell street. The proper
e ty will be sold for one-fifth cash and,
balance on long time at auction ear
- ly in May.
Strict good middling .... .. .. ..14%
Middling... ......... ......1414
,IOne Cent a Word. No ad
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
"PROPOSAL UNDER DIFFICUL-..
'IES". will be-repeated at Holland
hall Thursday evening at 8.30 for
the joint benefit of the Young Peo
s ples' society of the A. R. P. church
and the Athletic association of New
berry college. Admission, 25 ce=t.
WHY NOT plant 23 cents cotton? S.
t! B. Aull has long staple cotton seed,
t but seling for 23 cents. Good
yields from the field. Thirty pounds
to hundred from the gin. You can
secure seed at $1.00 per bushel. Calf
at Purcell & Scott's and get what
you need. Ask Nat Gist about lit,
and price. 4-2"
FOR SALE-Mules, good worers.
Must be sold at once. Apply Loan
1 Office. 1100 Main St. 4-11-ti.
l- FOR RENT-One 5-room cottage,
i Caldwell stieet. For terms apply to
n McK. Hutchinson. 4-113t-1taw.
WANTED-You to ~knoW that I ail
Irepresenting. the Aetna Life Insur
Sance Company, and would be pleaan
ed to aspla1d gui' p?ese to thos
Ii desiring insurance. int&if'ai fur
nished by the Aetna is at the lowest.
possible cost, which absolute saf.ety
-can warrlant. Office old Postoffice
s Building. W. W. Cromer. 3-17-8'
-AUTOMOBILES for hire. Rate" rea
sonable. 'Phone 98. C. W.. Fant.~
BOONE COUNTY white corn at $1 per
peck. Big Boll Triumph cotton, $1
per bushel. Yields 38 per cent. lint.
A. D. Hudson, Newberry, R. F. 9. 1.
- HAVE YOUER HORSE and mule clip.
;ped at Dr. Sharp's Veterinary hop
,pital. Prices reasonable. Work
- guaranteed. Corner McKl,bben. and
- Friend streets. Residence phon
1316. Office phone 316. 37tfy
5LEARN AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS
STake a 30 'days practical -course in
Sour well equipped machine,. shops
.and learn the automobile business
_and accept. good positions. Char
lotte Auto'- School, Charlotte, N. C.
WANTED-Young men and ladies to
learn telegraphy. We are receiving'
'more calls for our graduates than
we can supply. Charlotte Telegra
phy School, Charlotte, N. C. 3-7-tf.
JUlST arrived, a carload of heart and
- sap shingles. Langford & Buz
-GET TOUR''GLASSES from Dr. G. W. 2
Connor, a graduate of the largest
optical college in the world-the _
Northern Illinois College of Chicago.
Dr. Connor is located permanently
in Ne wberry, gives bo0th the obec-j
tive and subjective tests by electricU
irv and guaranteo' his work
Fifteen years ago the old Garrison
house in' Anderson, lying about the
same distance from the square as the
old Hatton house does in Newberry,
could have been bought 'for $2,500. It,
is now worth $23,000. The owners
-have repeatedly refused $20,000. D.
P. McBrayer bought 110 feet on south
Main street in Anderson about eight
years ago for $5,500. He borrowed the
mon01v !rn pay for it. but the next year
he sold part of it for $6,000, and last
ye'ar he sold the balance for $14,000,
The old Hatton property here in Ne'v
herry will be sold at auction early in
May for one-fifth cash. Look ont eiow
don't le't the speculators get eve~ry
thing. If you aie working 'or a sal-1
ary hold on to your job, but hazr on,l
of these lots and double your money
in two years. Watch for adractisa
muents of the sale.