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Movements of Xany People, New
berrians and Those Who Tisit
Capt. W. S. Langford left on Tues
day for Atlantic City.
Mrs. S. E. Dunbar left Wednesday
Mr. L. Morris returned on Wednes
day from the Northern markets.
Miss Ammie Taylor has returned
from a visit to relativEs in Columbia.
Konnell Dickson, of Greenville, is
visi-ting at Mr. J. B. Walton's.
Mrs. George Davenport left on Wed
nesday for Charlestown, W. Va.
Mr. T. Vigods.ky has returned from
the Northern markets.
Mr. J. E. Hunter, of Prosperity,
leaves on Friday for Clemson college.
Mrs. Drayton Avinger, of Codesville,
is the guest of Mrs. D. Fair Pfer.
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Connor have re
turned from Cokesbury.
Dr. E. C. Jones returned from Cokes
bury on Tuesday.
Mr. Will T. Buford returned last
week from Wrightsville Beach.
Dr. J. A. Meldau is off on a trip to
Norfolk, Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Mies Leila Dennis returned from
Hendersonville on Wednesday.
Miss - Annie Green leaves Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Devore, of Nine
ty Six, are on a visit to their son, Mr.
and Mrs. F. P. Devore.
Miss Josephine Dunbar is visiting
her grandmother, Mrs. W. S. Hull, at
Miss Ethel Cromer, of Laurens, is
visiting at the home of her uncle, Mr.
J. H. Summer.
Miss Mattie Adams and Mr. Paul
Adams have returned from Hender
sonville and other points.
Mr. W. B. Wallace, of the Exchange
bank, has returned from Henderson
Mr. Mayor and wife are visiting rel
stives in Newberry this week.-Eden
cor. Laurens Advertiser, 30th.
Miss Marguerite Cromer is visiting
&t Hartsville, Miss MaTy Brunson, of
Sumter, having returned. home.
Mr. Jobn B. Griffin has arrived from
er Atlantic City and those.other crowded
-places he visited.
Mr. R. E. Leavell left on. Wednesday
for Cinoinnati, Chicago and St. Louis
* - on buisiness.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Wooten have re
* tu-rned firom Hendersonville and Flat
& Misses Ida and Sarah Fellers have
r eturned from a visit to their sister,
Mrs. A. P. Whitworthi, at Bookman.
.Mrs. J. H. Hunter and child.ren, of
Clinton, are visiting 'her aunt, Mrs. J.'
Miss Dobbins, of Whitmire, is stay
ing awhile with her friend, Miss Nel
lie Miller.-Mountville cor. Laurens
Miss Mary Frances Pool hias return
ed to Newberry, after visiting Miss
Emily Burnside.-Greenwood Journal,
Mrs. Harriet Long, of Newberry, is
visiting Mr. J. J. Long and family.
Hollow Creek cor. Leesville News,
P.ev. J. W. Carson assisted Rev. W.
H. Millen with a meeting at White
Oak, Ga., last week.-A. R. Presbyte
Miss Lessie Rutherfordton, of New-'
berry, is visiting at the home of Miss
Mary Erwin.-Spartanburg Journal,
i Mrs. J. C. Amick and children visit
ed relatives at Pomaria Saturday and
Sunday.-Delmar cor. Leesville News,
Miss Mamie Cromer, of Newberry,
is spending a while here with relatives
and friends.-Anderson Intelligencer,
Miss Minnie Havird was called from1
Laurens on Monday night because of
the serious illness of her mother, Mrs.
C. L. Havird.
Miss Lizzie Muller returned to her
home in Sumter on Wednesday after
a two weeks' visit .to Mrs. E. C. Son
Mr. A. D. Hudson went to Columbia
Thursday -to attend a .meeting of the
legislati4e commnssion of thre corn ex
Mr. T. J. Shriver, of the Bell Tele
*phone company, has returned from
Nashville, after spending his vacation
in that city with his parents.
Mrs. Addie Hodges, of Newberry, is'
*visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hodges, at
1512 Pendleton street.-Greenville
Mrs. M. C. Willard, of Coronaca,
and Mrs. A. P. Whitworthi, of' Book
man ,are visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. M. Fellers.
Mr. J. B. O'Neall Holloway leaves
Friday for Shawnee, Ok-la., as the
delegate from South Carolina to the
meeting of the National Farmers' un
1kn, to be gone about two weeks.
Lambert W. Jones, of Newberry,
.ioined his wife here on Saturday, who
is vising at the home of her brother,
R. D. Merrinon.-Cokesbury cor. The
Miss Isoline Wyche of Prosperity,
whto 'has been the guest of Miss Susan
Hill for a few days, has returned to
her home.-Abev'ille Press and Ban
Messrs. 0. 0. and E. B. Copeland
have returned from visiting relatives
at Clinton, Laurens and Ora, Mr. Bar
tow Copeland having recovered from
his recent severe illness.
Rev. Ira Caldwell conducted a meet
ing at Mt. Carmel, S. C., embracing
the third Sabbath of August. The
meeting closed on Monday night.
Eight accessions.-A. R. Presbyterian,
Mr. G. C. Glymph spent the week
end at Glymphville, in Newberry
county, where Mrs. Glymph, little
daughter and her sister, Miss Josie
Kelly, are visiting Mr. Glymph's moth
er.-UniOn Progress, 29th.
Mr. Frank W. Chapman, who has
been with the General Electric com
pany in Schenectady, N. Y., is at home
to rest until the openng of Newberry
college, when he will enter on his
work in the Tech department.
Mr. E. C. Sonineburg and his
daughter, Miss BlanChe, have returned
from Kansas oty., Mo. Mr. Sonnen
burg went to attend the meeting of
the National Association of Master
Mrs. R. D. Wright, of Newberry, is
the guest of Mrs. Russell, on Magnolia
street. Mrs. Wright is pleasantly re
membered here as Miss Eloise Welch,
and was for a long time teacher in
the city schools.-Spartanburg Jour
Mr. R. M. Caldwell, of Caldwell &
Haltiwanger, and their select milliner,
Miss Sena Riser, returned on Wednes
day from the Northern markets. Mr.
Caldwell says they selected the finest
line of dress goods,- millinery, etc.,
that has ever been in Newberry dur
ing -the entire ,i4etime of the place.
TAR1OUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Interfering with an officer cost Lola
Heir, colored, $2 at mayor's court on
Dr. A. J. Bowers will preach at the
Lutheran Church of thle Redeemer
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
The regular service will be held in
the A. R. P. church on next Sabbath
by the pastor, Rev. J. W. Carson.
Mr. Geo. 'A.. Long has come from
Prosperity and opened store in west
Main street, near the railroad.
Mr. Ben A. Havird has moved to
tle 'house corner Pelham and Lindsay
A protracted meeting will begin at
Mt. Zion on Sunday next, with two
sermons on that day, and dinner on
Rev-. M. J. Epting, D. D., of Savan
nah, Ga., will preach at Mayer Memor
ial Lutheran church on next Sunday
evening at 8 o'clock.
Delegates to a cotton men's gather
ing in Montgomery, Ala., September
12: J. B. O'Neall Holloway, A. D. Hud
son, John M. Kinard, Alan Johnistone,
. W. Kibler, R. T. C. Hunter.
The excursion to Asheville on next
Monday week is cheap enough, $2.75
for the round trip. You wouldn't have
it any cheaper than that, would you?1
Eugene Brazzleman, colored, has
begun a term of 30 days on the chain-*
gang because of his intability to pay a
fine of $15 imposed in mayor's court;
Thursday, for vagrancy.
Mr. R. B. Walace, of the aWllace
Piano company, :has returned from a
business visit to Saluda county. He
weathered the gale and delivered a~
$700 Hallett and Davis virtuoso.
Services will be resumed at St.
Luke's Episcopal church on next Sun
day afternoon at 5.30 o'clock, the ree
tor, Rev. A. E. Cornish, having ended
his vacation, which was spent at Sa:lu
da, N. C.
It puts a'n optimistic look to the
neighborhood to see three new build
ings nearing completion and ground
cleared for two more in the same lo
cality-residences for T. 0. Stewart
and C. B. Spinks, Salters' photograph
gallery and lot for the Summer gar
age, wa.rehouse and workshop.
The Phbilathea class of the First.
Baptist church will have charge of the
old court house moving picture show
for the next two weeks. Tickets for
sale by Anne 0. Ruff & Co., and by
other members of the class. It is
taken for granted that the numbers at
tending 'these entertainments will be
kept up to the precailing notch if not
increased during the next two weeks.
Benefit the Philathea. class and reap'
benefit by attending regularly. Take
in the services.
Pulaski Lodge, N~o. 20, I. 0. 0. F.
Pulaski lodge, No. 20, I. 0. 0. F.,1
will meet Friday night, September 1,
at 8 o'clock in Klettner's Hall.
J. Y. Jones,
W. G. Peterson, Noble Grand.
NEWBERRI'S FIRE RISKS.
Comnmissioner )IcIaster Urges Co-Op
eration of City Officials to De
Under date of August 24 State In
surance -Commissloner F. H. McMaster
addressed a letter to Mayor J. J. Lang
ford, in which he said:
"I am enclosing herewith a copy of
a report on conditions in Newberry,
made 'by Mr. B. A. Wharton, deputy of
"As you know, the fire insurance
companies allow a reduction of ten,
per oent. in the basis rates for flues
built from the ground up, and an ad
ditional charge of twenty-five per cent.
per $100 of insurance is made for
brick-on-edge, terra cotta, and metal
"This means, if the insurance com
panies charge more for these hazards,
the property owner -himself carries a
greater risk when he does not build
properly, and not only that, he adds
greatly to the risk on all adjoining
property. Therefore, it behooves us
to have these conditions improved.
"I am taking the liberty of calling
your attention to .the great number of
fires Which occur in this State from
brick-on-edge, terra cotta, and metal
flues; rats and matches; and shingle
roofs. It is entirely within the power
of the town council to prohibit the
building of such flues, the use of wood
en shingles, and the sale of amy but
"I am calling your attention to the
following places requiring special art
Here follows a list of eleven places
of busines to wtidch attention is call
ed on account of brick-on-edge end
terra cotta flues; paper, boxes, etc., in
basement; outside -metal flue in bad
~ordier; excelsior in places of business
and basement; boxes, paper and rub
bish in basement; bales 'of hay in
basement; and rubbish, paper, etc., in
'Insurance Commisioner McMaster
"I congratulate you on the improve
ment shown from a fDre hazard stand
point. I earnestly yope for your con
Death of Mrs. J. 3!. Taylor.
Mrs. J. M. Taylor died sit 'her home
in th'is city On Wednesday morning at
9 o'clock after an illness of paralysis
of the brain and was buried on
Thursday afternoon at ,Rosemont
cemetery, service by 'the Rev's. A. M.
Gardner 'and L. B. White, at the house
at 2 o'c'lock. Mrs. Taylor was a con-I
sistent member of the Methodist
church and was 58 years old. Besides
her husband, Mr. J. M. Taylor, she is
survived by . 'the following sons and
daughters: Mesrs. . H. B. and S. F.
Taylor, of Clinton:; Jno. W., Win. M.,.
Charles H. and Jas. C. Taylor,. of New
berry; Mrs. W. 'H. Bowen, Mrs. Lewis
Jones and Mrs. J. T. Timmerman, of
The bereaved bush(anxd and large
family circle have the,. deepest sym
pathy of 'their friiends .in this sad hour]
of their great loss and affliction.
Death of Mr. Kinard Niear Ninety Six.,
Ninety Six cor. Grenwood Journal,
Mr. B. B. Kinard di-ed at his resi
dence near Ninety Six on 'the 26th inst.
Mr. Kinard was* a son of Drayton Kin
ard and brother of G. M. and H. J.
Kinfard. His wife was Miss Mary!
Chappell, of Saluda, a sister of Mrs.
B. M. Dennis, of Newberry, who with'
one son, Dr. J. C. Kinard, and two*
daughters, Mrs. Walter Rasor, of Don-j
alds, and .Miss Sophia Kinard, sur-1
v'ive him. Mr. Kinard was a good cit
izen, kind and indulgent husband and1
parent and good neighbor. Every
body had 'a good word for 'him. We
have known him for 4: years and in
all that time he has proved a friend
and an upright, honest citizen. He
was buried with Masonic 'honors at
the family -burying groun'd of 'the Kin
ard family Sunday evening at 4.30. We
extend to the breaved wife and sor
rowing children our warmest sympa
According to a telegram received
from C. S. Barrett, president of the
National Farmers' union, the bears are
making an effort to break the cotton
market. The telegram was received
by E. W. Dabbs, president of the State
union, and was signed by the presi
dent of the national union and the sec-1
retary, E. C. Davis. It reads as fol
"Committees just returned from
North found desperate efforts by bears
and spinners to break cotton market.
If farmers can be induced to hold, fi
nancial assistance is ready. Get your
forces ready to print and mail out cir
culars, copy of which follows by mail.
National union pays expense."
Arrangements will be made at once
"ROAD DIPROVEBENT TRAIN."
Good Roads Twain Operated by South
ern Railway Will be in Newberry
on September 12.
The citizens of this section will be
given a fine opportunity to learn about
the importance of good roads and the
best methods of building and keeping
them inlrepair, when the "road im
provement train," being operated by
-the Southern railway and affiliated
lines, working in conjunction with the
United States office of public roads,
visits Newb.erry on Tuesday, Septem
ber 12, at 10 a. m.
The train consists of lecture and
demonstration coaches equipped with
a stereopticon, exhibits and working
models, and is accompanied by Messrs. I
T. E. Boykin and H. S. Fairbanks, two
government road engineers, who from
wide experience are qualified to give
the most valuable information on good
roads building. W. J. Hurlbut, of the
land and industrial department of the
Southern railway, goes with the train.
It is the object of the "road improve
ment train" to not only stimulate in
terest in the good roads movement,
but to give practical instruction in the
building of roads and their repair.
President Finley, of the Southern rail
way, is an ardent good roads advocate
and realizing the vast economic im- I
portance of a system of improved high
ways to the people of the South, made
It possible to have this "good roads
school on wheels" visit all the terri
tory served by the Southern railway
and allied lines in order that the peo
ple might have the opportunity to re
ceive -the information as to the im
provement of roads which it affords.
The Southern railway, at great ex
pense, is handling this train without
charge to the government or the peo
ple, and all the lectures and demon
strations are free. The lectures and
exhibits are bound to prole help ul to
all injerested in good roads and the
experts will be ready to answer all
questions whose solution may be puzz
ling the individual as to how best 0
Improve his road.
The working models will be shown
In actual operation, the motive power
being furnished by fa gasoline engire
installed for the purpose, and with
these the experts are enabled to ex
plain what materials make the best
roads and how they are made and re
paired at the smallest necessary cost.
The "road improvement train" wiIl
be on the road continuously all the
summer and fall, compMting an exten
sive tour over the whole South at1
Richmond, Va., at a good roads con
vention to be held there in October.
The tour began at Mobile, Ala., May
1, and a warm reception has been ac
corded the train at all htops.
Those in charge of the train extend
a cordial invitation to the people of
this comnmuntity to attend the exhibi
tion. All county officials and road
supervisors are asked -to take part and
the ladies will be especially welcome.
The train wi-11 go from Newberry to
Prosperity, its schedule time at Pros
perity being 2 p. m. of 'the same day.
Newberrians in Easley.
Easley cor. Greenville News, 30th.
Easley, Aug. 26.-Friday morning
MIsses Velma and Glady Smith infoi
mally entert.ainEd complimentary to
their gues-ts, Misses Ruby Summer,
Hannah Rogers, Nellie Watkins, and
Pearl Smith. Tables were arranged
On the spacious veranda, where pro-,
gressive "old maids" afforded much
fun and amusement. After the cards
vwere laid aside the guests were invited
into the library, where delicious re
freshments were served. Much fun
was afforded by cutting a cake in
which a thimble and ring was placed.
They were then carried into the parlor
where vMocal and instrumental music
was rendered by Misses Pearl and
Velma Smith, and Nellie Watkins.
Roses in bowls and tall vases were
abundant in these rooms, which added
to the attractiveness of the house.
Score cards were dainty affairs cut to
represent an old maid's tea-cup bear
ing the date of the occasion.
The young men of town in compli
ment to the visiting girls gave a de-!
lightful dance at -the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Hagood on Tuesday
The out-of-town guests included
Miss Ru'by Sumnn er, of Newberry.
Misses Hannah Rogers, of Society
Hill; Ruby Summer, of Newbe'rry;
Nellie Watkins, of Anderson, aiid Pear]
Smith, of Liberty, who have been here
at a house party, left on Thursday for
their respective homes.
A joint debat will be held at St.
Phillips Saturday, September 9, be
tween the Jolly street and St. Phillips
debaters. The subject will be: Re
Solved, That prohibition is better than
the dispensary.'' The Jolly Street
string band will furn.ish music for
the occasio.n. The public is cordially
invited tM attend.
NEWS OF PROSPERITY.
Literary Sorosis to Discuss Questions
That Hare Worried Greatest
Prosperity, Aug. 31.-Misses Eulal
and Mamie Lee Taylor haile returned
from a visit to Winston-Salem, N. C.
Afesrames G. W. and C. M. Harmon
spent Tuesday in Columbia.
Mrs. S. J. Kohn and little grand
daughter are spending this week in
Columbia, the guests of Mrs. A. H.
Miss Ethel Counts' has returned
from a nine weeks' stay in New York.
Mrs. L. F. Littlejohn, of Inman, is
visiting her sister, Miss Edna Fellers.
Mrs. J. F. Browne is spending -this
week in Columba.
Miss Isoline Wyche has returned to
Athens, Ga., where she will teach an
other season in Athens high school.
Mr. and Mrs. George Burch, of Co
lumbia, spent Sunday with Mrs. J. S.
-Miss Maud Robe-ts, of Winnsboro,
is the guest of Mise Ruby Russell.
.Pof. G. S. Pugh, and family, of Co
lumbia, are-visiting Mr. R. T. Pugh.
'Mry jHait Egohn, of Columitlia, is
spending a few days with Mr. A. B.
iMisses Tena and Mary Lizzie Wise
have returned from Little Mountan.
Mrs. L. T. Brown, of Spencer, N. C.,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. - 0.
The William Lester 'chapter, U. D.
C., will meet Wednesday, September
6, with Miss Effie Hawkin.
The Literary Sorosis will meet this
afternoon with Miss Kate Thompson.
Following is the programme:
"There is no gambling like politics"
Earl of Beaconsfield.
"The Tariff Question"_Mss Bow
"Cruelty is the Basic Inifluence of
"Corruption in Politics"-qMrs. Hun
Current Events--Mrs-. Quattlebaum.
Miss Mamie Birge has returned to
Austin, Tex., after spending several
-mon-ths with relatives in South Caro
Mr. J. P. Cannon and Miss Rosa Can
non, of Columlbia, are spending a few
days with Mrs. M. H. Cannon.
Mrs. D). H. Ellis and childrenj have
returned to Columbia, after a visit to
Mrs. J. B. T. Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Workeman, of
Timtmonsville, tre visiting Mrs. J. A.
Mrs. Mollie Everet and daughter,
May, have returned to Atlaneta, after
a visit to Mrs.'Mark Bedenbaugh.
Mrs. J. Fuller Lyon, of Columbia,
*And Mr. Mark Long and daughter,
Miss Annie Lou, of Florida, ares guests
of M'r. P. L. Langford.
Misses Fannie Leonard, :of Rieds
'Mille, and Edna Hipp, of Newberry,
spent Tuesday with Miss Edna Fel
Mr. Raymond Caldwell has gone to
Rome, Ga., to college.
.Mr. N. (B'. bedenb,augh .has been
elected assistant book-keeper of the
Prosperity Cotton Oil -mill.
?Mr. J. M. Morris, of Saluda county,,
has purchased .Mr. 3. C. Counts house
in Centre street, and wilI 'move here
early in the fall.
Rev. W. G. Dudley will:hold a series
of 'meeti'gs at Mollohon mill, begin
ning next Sunday, assisted by Rev.
Luther White. On second Sunday he
will begin a series of 'meetings here,
and will be assisted by Rev. E. C. Wat
son, of Laurens.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bowers, Mrs. T.
A. Dominick, Messrs. Herbert Lang
ford and Pat Mitchell have returned
Leesville News, 30th.
Gale Haynes and Welborne Trotter
are fisiting in Prosperity.
Rev. Y. von A. Riser, of Pomaria,
spent Sunday here with his father, Mr.
Jas. H. Riser.
Jolly, big hearted Lawson Dominick,
of Newber-ry county, was in Leesville
one day last week.
In Trouble Again.
On Wednesday ight Will Griffin,
colored, cut George Wilson, col-'
ored, in Gra'veltown. Policeman
H. H. Franklin says from the way in
which Wilson's coat was cut up it is1
a mystery that Wilson escaped more
serious injury, :he having -received only~
one bad wound in the arm, which wast
attended to by Dr. W. E. Pelham, Jr.
Mr. Franklin says -that on Wednes
day night police headquarters had a
phone .message to send help to Gravel
town and that he and Officer Thos. M.
Adams went to the scene of disturb
ance, but Griffin had gone. Thursday
morning, however, the two officers got
word that Griffin was at 'the overhead
bridge in Boundary street. Messrs.
Franklin and Adams approached Grif-j
fin from opposite directions and
caught him, bringing him to the guard
In mayor's court on Thursday morn
ing he was fined $10 for. the deed,
which was paid. It seems that Griffin
held a grudge against Wilson, who was
a witness agaiinst him at a former trial
when, he was convicted and sent to the
gang. It is said that he threatened
Wilson. Griffin had only reCMtly
served his sentence.
After paying the fine on Thursda
morning he fell into the hands of
istrate J. C. Sample .to be dealt with
One Cent a Word. No ad
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
COW FOR SALE-Milk cow with four
weeks-old calf for sale by Wa.
TURKEYS AND EGGS WANTED, and
- higher prices paid, at ith4 Newberry
OYSTERS, ete.-Beginming on Friday
fresh oysters will be served daily in
any style called for at the Newberry
hotel cafe. Everything else good
-that the market affords. 9-1
FOUND--Pir gold rimmed spectacles.
Owner can get by paying thisnotice
and applying to Joseph E. Norwood,
Jr. Newberry Sav%ngs Bank. 9-1-iU
FOR SALE-My plantation; one hun
dred and sixty acres, partly wooded,
distant four miles from Newberry.
Two splendid pastures on the prem
ises. Address A. B. Cromer, New
berry, S. C. 9-1-it
COTTON pic+dng bags and cotton
sheets for sale at Johnson-Mcck
in Co. 9-14t
FOR SALE-Cheap. Six second hand
show cases, almost as good as new.
The Williamson Co., Jeweers.
NOTICE--Music Pupils. Mrs. S. B.
Jones will commence her claus in
music on Monday,- September 4, at
her residence, 1220 Calhoun stret.,
All pupils interested will please
confer with her this week.
FOR SALE-Seventy acres land one
mile from Helena. 'For terms and
particulars apply to W. B. Goggans,
Newberry, R. F. D. 7. -8-29-2t
GINNING-We are now prepared to
serve the public. All machinery has
been overhauled and is now in first ~
class condition. We furnish bag
ging and ties at market -price.4 Will
appreciate your patronage. South
ern Cotton Oil Co., L. W. Floyd, Mgr.
FOR SALE-Cheap, second-han p~f
buggy, harness and umbrella, all In'
good condition. Summer Bros. Co.
LOST-Gold locket, with initials 3. H.
B. on back and Red Men's emblem
on front. 'Liberal reward fald to
finder. Jno. H. Baxter. 8-15-ti
FOR RENiT-One 3-roomi cottage on
South street, $5.00 per month; also .
one 4-room cottage on Nance street.
Conveniently arranged. Nice loca
tion. Apply T. M. Sanders. Phone
38 2rings. 8-11-ti
If You Wish to Sell That Farm Timber
.Laid, store or residence, write us
alt once and send full description as
we have an attractive proposition to
off'er you. Ligon Land Co., 'Sumter,
S. C. 7-18-12t. '
LEARN AUTOIOBILE BUSIESS
Take a 30 days practical course In
our well equipped machine shops .
and learn the automobile business
and accept good positions. Char
lotte Auto School, Charlotte,' N. C.
Expert Watch and Jtwelry Repairing.
! have opened a repair shop in
Ward & Chapman's shoe store, i
the Fraternity building; for the ex
clusive repairng of watches and jew- 'i
elry and spectacles. I will devote
,my whole time to this werk, and will
deliver my work promptl-y. I will
appreciate your work. I guarantee
my work. 1 will also fit spectacles
and eye glasses, guaranteeing satis
faction. No charges for anmin
tion. Yours truly, J. Guy Daniels.
WANTED-Young men and ladies to
learn telegraphy. We are receiving
more calls for our graduates than
we can supply. Charlotte Telegra
Sphy School, Charlotte, N. C. 3-7-ti.
JUST arrived, a carload of heart and
sap shingles. Langford & Buz