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- PURELY PERSONAL.
The Movements of Many People?
>"ewberrians, and Those Who
Mr. T. J. Oxner, of Kinards, Xo. 2,
was in the city Saturday.
Mr. P. B. Ellesor, of Sliglis, AO. 1,
was in the city Saturday.
Mr. J. A. Felker, of Pomaria, Xo. !,
was i!i the city Friday.
Mr. J. 0. Koon was in the city Monday
from. Slighs Xo. 1.
Mayor Ma\er Ha\iru, of Silversir-j.t,
4 1, ? c.. r II >?.| .J V
\Y cts> III Lilt; Vil-J WUIU4 .
Mr. Orville Suber, of Whitmire, was
in tho city Saturday.
Mr. J. A. Dominick was in the city
from Prosperitv Monday.
Mr. M. E. Enlow, of Slighs No. 1,
was in the city Saturday.
Mr. M. A. Coleman was in the city
Saturday from Silv-erstreet.
Mr. M. A. Coleman, of Silverstreet,
was in the city Saturday.
mt? n tt Cannon, of Sliffhs. No. 2,
Tvas in the city Saturday.
Mr. C. E. Wheeler, of Little Mountain,
No. 1, was in the city Monday. .
Mr. E. L. Bailes lias returned from
the Northern markets and will have
"goods to sell." Watch Bailes.
Mr. D. JR. Lavender returned last
week from Asheville and other places
Hon. J. W. Bowers, of Greenwood,
was in the city Friday on his return
home from the legislature.
"..i.l.: 1 ~ + -rrr^V wo
MISS JOSie JtlUlUIiiLKSVii ltiat ween, icturned
from a visit to Greenville to
her sister, Mrs. A. B. Caughman.
Prof. Moates is a popular teacher
and apparently has the good will of all
the pupils.?B-sthel cor. Calhoun Advance,
D. R. Lavender, the popular moving
picture man of Newberry, is in the
city on business.?Greenwood Journal, j
Mrs. J. Mann has gone to Baltimore!
cm account of the death of one of the
little children in the family of her
daughter, Mrs. A. H. Summerfield.
Miss Rosa Wright on Monday returned
to her home in Laurens, after
an extended visit to relatives and j
friends in Newberry.
Mr. G. F. Wearn is in the city. He
is not selling cigrrs, but is "selling"
people. He is still giving satisfaction
in his clothes line, but he will get
? you with a "cigar."
. Miss Christine Tompkins left today!
on a visit to Newberry and Greenwood, j
and Miss Ruth Tompkins has gone to
eneriri a while at Clemson college.?'
Edgefield Chronicle, 29th.
Dr. Gustavus Werber oil Saturday;1
ieft for his home in Washington, D. C.,j
his business interests here having:
caused an^ extension of his visit
\fissoc "Rpsdio sirif? T.illi&n Kihler. of!
-Winthrop college at Rock Hill, will j
spend the week-end in the city, the j
guests of Miss Luciie Moorhead.?Gaff- j
ney L-edger, 1st.
Messrs. R. L. Epting and Geo. \V.1
Summer, Jr., of Newberry, were visi-j
tors here Thursday, guests of the Blue j
Ridge?Greenville Piedmont, 1st. En
route to California.
Miss Louise Irene Early, a striking- j
ly beautiful young lady who lived inj
Newberry last year, is to be married!
in Charleston on the 17th to Mr. John j
^ TI?:^ "T'l-rt o Inn rri n cr in TY1V !
XlCIUCHi x > ^ a. ii*
heart for you, Louise," that you will:
be very happy.
Mr. I. Koppell was in the city last
week, his first visit here in seventeen
# years. He clerked for Mr. Klettner
seven years. He is now president and
manager of I. Koppell & Co., tailors,
Norfolk, Va., and is the son of Mr.
Louis Koppell, formerly in business in
Newberrv. Hi* old time friends were
glad to see him.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude H. Williams returned
from Port Tampa, Fla., on Friday
and will remain in Newberry until
next Friday, when they, with the
children, will leave for their home in
Cape Charles, Va. Mr. Williams says
he saw people wearing straw hats and
in bathing during his trip to the land
Mr. J. E. Summer, who represents
the electrical department of the H.
T-l ** 11- Vnir.
W. jonns-iviaxi v nit? <juui]jau<y, i>c
York, was in the city last week. He
is one of the best of the "Newberry
Summers" and has his headquarters
in this city. Mr. Summer's territory
embraces North and South Carolina,
Georgia, Tennessee and Florida. He
visits big towns only.
Rev. J. A. Sligh, D. D., has located
on a farm, Columbia, S. C., R. F. D.
No. 2, in the territory of "Dutch Fork,"
which was recently annexed to Richland
county from Lexington county.
Dr. Sligh's former address was
Slighs, S. C., where he served forty|
six years as pastor of St. Paul's
church, retiring from tno mmisiry m
November, 1911.?Lutheran Visitor,
Mr. Eugene Hilt, carrier of Kinarcls,
Xo. was in the city Monday.
VARIOUS AND AIL AWT.
' The C'i" Is oi ilio Confederacy" was
an/1 in pvprv wav.
a. SUCCC?S lliiuuvuuv .... _
Look for the big anniversary edition
of The Herald and News on Friday.
The little fairies had moonlight Friday
St. Patrick's day comes on Sunday
+v>?o v^ar Tafcp notice all ye thor
L1110 J v
"Remember the Maine" Tuesday afternoon
and night at the old court
house motion picture show.
Big business booming?Blaustein beI
stowing bargains?busy buyers being
. benefited, as well as well-fitted.
! The Orpheus club will meet at the
1 residence of Mr. S. B. Jones tonight,
i Monday, at 8 o'clock.
Rev. Mr. Lupo, of Fairfield, father
of Mrs. Frank M. Schumpert, died at
; his home on Friday.
Be in time for "Baby Mine" ?t the
j opera house Friday night, or get left,
j Tickets now 011 sale.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Church of the Redeemer will meet with
Mrs. 0. Klsttner on Tuesday afternoon
at 4 o'clock.
On Monday morning Recorder Earhardt
sentenced Ida Harris to $25 or
j 30 days for storing liquor for megai
Mr. Jno. H. Baxter will continue thq
business of the Newberry Insurance
agency in connection with his other
The Rev. A. E. Cornish will hold
Lenten services at St. Luke's Episcopal
church on Wednesday afternoons
at 4.30 o'clock during :he season.
Mr. Q. M. Kinard, of this county, has
a sow 10 years old and has raised from
her for several years two litter of pigs
each year. What is the age of a hog?!
Thomas A. Williams was elected at
the State Republican convention in j
Columbia last week as an alternatetr\
tha Xat.ional keDublican I
t vy vr - r
The Mission Study class of the j
Church of the Redeemer will meet at
4 o'clock at the residence of Mrs. Ed- j
win Setzler, College street, Thursday,.
March 7. Any other member of the t
church will be cordially welcomed.
"Newberry leads the counties of the
State in the reduction of the cotton
acreage," is a new item that is floating i
around over the State, with the follow- j
ing added: "Newberry has done well.,
If they will plant corn and peas they i
will be on the right road to independ- j
Great was the faith of a colored citrtomo
intrt thi<5 office last
l?Cli ri uy vwiiivy tuvV ?
week and called for the other half of
a little job he had had printed, having
paid for and taken the first half when
printed. Investigation proved that the
work was done five years ago. He
didn't find the second half as he had
expected and couldn't understand why.
The committee on the Sunday school
normal for South Carolina, composed 1
of Revs. Dr. C. E. Weltner, W. B.
Aull, B. B. Wessinger, H. A. McCul/
lough and Dr. J. K. Harms, held a!
mpptin*? nn Mondav in Columbia, with I
the view of arranging fully for th-e
normal to be held at a suitable time
during the summer.?Lutheran Visi- j
tor, 29th. |
Mrs. J. H. Cuthbertson.
' Mrs. Walter S. Spearman, of Silver- I
street, received a telegram Saturday j
morning from Charlotte announcing!
the death of her mother, Mrs. J. H.j
Cuthbertson, who died Friday night at j
her home in that'city at the age of 70 I
years, alter an mness or two ucivo
pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Spearma::i j
left by the early train over the South-1
ern Saturday morning for Charlotte. |
From His Home Town. i
Laurens Advertiser. i
That Hon. R. A. Cooper would make
!-a strong race for attorney general
and also that he would make an excellent
officer after being elected, is
taken as a matter of course here. Mr.
CooDer has made a strong solicitor
' and is a popular man wherever known,
| but probably he does not see the allurements
in the oifice of attorney genii
eral thai" others might see.
Rev. T. H Garrett's Resignation Great
Now is the time to subscribe to
, The Herald and News.
I BOTH WERE WOODED.
; Constable T. P. Adams, After Being
Shot by Negro, Shoots The Negro.
While attempting to execute a war-:
1 1r,IT nitrot Qf'itn Pnnstn
1 i?HH i<nti OtiLiiiuaj iii^-x., ,
blo Thos. P. Adams was shot by a n?;
gro, Willis Rook, who was then shot
by the constable. The bullet from the
negro's pistol passed through Adams'
right arm, just above the wris;, infiiciing
a II sh wound, r?nd struck inin in
the left b'reast, above the heart. The
1 r.'.gro w.'.s shot in the left hip. The
wounds of both are serious, but it is
not bought that either is dangerously
; It appears that Constable AcL.ms
received information that a negro, Jo^
Rock, had brought a quantity of liquor
:o towr, and other information, upon
which he caused to be ssued a war!
rant charging Joe Rook with transporting
contraband liquc.'js. In com-.
| pany with Magistrate J. C. Sample, he
i tr* horrtp. of Willis Rook. Joe's
; uiu?v o"v-' ?^? - - 7 ^ _
I father-in-law, about a mile from the
city limits," near the old Aull steam
i mill, for th-e purpose of effecting the
i arrest of Joe. Constable Adams knocked
at the door and it was opened by
Willis, who told Constable Adams, in
response to an inquiry, that Joe was
in the house asleep. Constable Adams,
it is stated, told Willis he had a war:
rant for Joe, and wanted to see him,
I whereupon Willis informed the constable
that he could not come in. The
J constable told him he would have to
! come in and arrest Joe, ana starred
to go in the door, whereupon, it is stated,
Willis fired. Constable Adams
; threw up his right arm, and this prob;
ably saved his life. The nergo, it is 1
! said, must ha via had his pistol out
when he was talking to Mr. Adams, i
| Adams immediately drew his pistol!
j and fired upon the negro, the ball
! striking the negro in the left hip.
Magistrate Sample,, who was in the
, buggy at the time of the shooting, not j
knowing that trouble was brewing,!
I brought Constable Adams to town, j
Magistrate Sample phoned for his con- j
stable, Mr. Cannon G. Blease, and they, I
in company with Policeman T. A. Ber- j
lev. were driven in an automobile by;
Messrs. W. C. Waldroy and McHardy
Mower to the scene of the trouble, and
placed Willis Rook under arrest,
charged with assault and battery with
intent to kill and resisting an officer.
The officers feared that Constable
Adams' wounds weer serious, and on
this account they felt impelled to get!
to the scene and arrest the negro as j
quickly as possible. * Th?y lodged j
Willis Rook in jail at about midnight, j
The negro wanted for violation of the ;
dispensary law had escaped.
unless complications snouici set in,;
it is thought that both (Nonstable:
Adams and the negro will recover in a |
short time. The bullet which struck;1
Mr. Adams in the chest had spent aj
good deal of its force in passing;
through his arm.
Will be Held at Summer Memorial
Cliurch, Newberry, March 29?
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The regular spring meeting of the
Newberry conference of the South
Carolina Evangelical Lutlierr.n synod (
will convene in Summer Memorial i
church, Newberry, S. C., Rev. J. B. |
Karmon, paster, March 29, 1912, at |
9.30 a. m. The program is as follows:
Friday moininj, formal opening; or- |
ganization; enrolling delegates, l.i
"Causes and Results of Indifference in
the Church," Revs. J. D. Kinard, S. T.
Mailman, B. L., r.nd Mr. R. T. C. Hun-]
ter. 2. "The Beginnings, Nourishment
and Results of the Christian Life," ;
Revs. Y. von A. Riser, Edwin Fulenw?"der
and Mr. D. B. Wheeler. 11 a.
m., conferential sermon by Rev. Z. W.
"Bedenbaugh, president of conference, \
followed by the holy communion
Friday Afternoon? 3. "The Proper j'
Observance of the Lord's Day," (a)
"What is Commanded," Rev. A. J. ?
Bowers, D. D., and Dr. E. 0. Hentz.
Ob) "What is Forbidden," Rev. J B.
Umberger and Mr. T. J. Wilson. 4.
"The Importance of Education," Rev.
J. H. Harms, D. D., and Prof. J. 'S..
Friday Evening, 8 p. m.?Divine service,
sermon by Rev. J. B. Umberger. ;
Saturday Morning?5. "Missions,"
(a) "The Scriptural Basis," Revs. J.
B. Harmon, J. A. Sligh, D. D.; (b).
! "Present Day Opportunities, a Chal|
lenge tc the Church," Rev. G. P. Voigt,
j and Dr. G. B. Cromer. 11a. m., ser|
mon by Rev. ,J. A. Linn.
Saturday Afternoon?6. "Catcchizaj
tion," Revs. S. P. Koon, 0. B. Shear
! ouse and Prol. s. .J. iJerriCK.
Sunday Morning?Sunday school a3j
dresses by Revs. E. W. Leslie and -T.
; A. I.inn. 11 a. m., installation service,
j at which time Rev. .J. B. Harmon will
I be formally installed as pastor of the
' Mayer Memorial charge. Rev. J. D.
GENERAL SESSINOS COURT.
Judge TIios. S. Sease, Native of Newberry
County, Will Preside
The spring term of the court of g i era]
sessions ''or Newberry county v. i;l
convene cm r.Iarcli 18, wit! "u'lge T'icr-.
S. Se:??e presiding The:.* are only a
few prisoners in j lil, but there are several
clef- fidants out on bond. Among
rh. < :;;r. f , nn> two in which white
jivin an indicted lor murder. One of
?: ?'.-c i? ir. r. Mayer Havird, who shot
and kill .1 a you;ur whito man, Bled~
'invi irr fhn Phrictrnr?*? hnlidnvs.
Ka\irrt wr.s mayor of Silverstreet, and
i pre iiinen: merchant of that town.
The other vhite man awaiting trial
on the charge of murder is Jenkins
Gantt, charged with shooting and killing
a relative in the Mollohon mill
village. Both cases are of considerable
Judge Sease is a native of Newberry
county, and was living in Newberry
when he was elected solicitor of the
old seventh circuit, later moving to
Spartanburg. The approaching court
will be his first in Newberry as judge, j
He has tried a number of important'
cases in the circuit, and his friends
h-sre have been gratified in the many j
kind words which have reached them^
as to his judicial ability and impartialit}'.
Judge Sease disposed of a heavy
C.i,S<Lzl at Abbeville last week. It is
somewhat worthy of note that three
negroes charged with murder consented
to a verdict of murder with recommendation
to mercy, receiving life sentences.
Petit Jury for March Term.
Y. M. Cannon, Pomaria.
W. E. Baker, Whitmire.
R. C. Neel, Newberry.
L. E. Summer, Newberry, No. 7. j
J. W. Shealy, Slighs.
Jno. H. Turner, Newberry.
R. T. Caldwell, Newberry.
C* T. Mavfr/I Vowhcvrrv,
Jno. B. Bedenbaugh, Sligbs.
S. B. Jones, Newberry.
J. R. Crom-er, Newberry Mill.
J. S. Longshore, Newberry.
S. C. Still, Newberry.
H. W. Langford, Mollohon.
E. Lee Hayes, Newberry.
Jno. B. Mayes, Newberry.
D. B. Werts, Newberry.
D. R. Pitts, Newberry, No. 1.
R. M. Brooks, Newb-srry.
F. Z. Wilson, Newberry.
G. W. Long, Prosperity.
W. Herbert Wallace, Kinards.
A. M. Dominick, Prosperity.
W. M. Thomas, Newberry.
J. H. Cous'.ns, Newberry, No. 7.
Haskell Wright, Newberry.
.T. McDuffie Schumpert, Newberry, i
C. H. Cannon, Newberry.
J. Alonzo Kinard, Slighs.
D. L. Wedaman, Pomaria.
J. Lindsay Bowers, Prosperity.
' J. B. Halfacre, Newberry.
E. P. Whitman, Helena.
M. J. Smith, Blairs.
C. H. Shannon, Whitmire.
J. J. Hitt, Newberry.
t-rr r\ XTa 1
W. U. r^LUS, i\CVYUCXlJ, ?w. a..
J. C. Sing-ley, Prosperity.
S. P. McCrackin, Newberry.
L. 0. Stoudemayer, Newberry, No. 2.!
M. P. Johnson, Kinards.
S. P. Hawkins, Prosperity.
H. ~r. Slig'h, Newberry.
E. M. Sheely, Slighs.
T. J. Gibson, Prosperity.
Oscar W. Wessinger, Prosperity. j
Jno. T. Timmerman, Newberry.
Allen Bishop, Newtr-rT.
The following grar jurors hold
TV. H. Shannon.
Jno. A. Nichols.
W. E. Wallace.
J. A. Schroeder.
T T> Vool
R. C. Counts.
Baseball at College.
There will be a game of baseball on j
the college diamond on Saturday afternoon
at 4 o'clock between the college
and a picked team from the town. This
?; 11 ? 1?fr.1-1^ nv> r*rcnr>rfnnit.V
Will siv6 Ucts~ua.ii iaug a.n uj/t/v ... .. |
to see the 1912 college team work under
the management of Coach Holland.
Let a good crowd welcome the boys
back to the diamond. A small admission
fee will be charged.
Kinard, president of the South Carolina
synod, will deliver the charge to!
the pastor and Rev. S. P. Koon will j
deliver the charge to tnc congregation. i
Every congregation is urged to send j
a delegate, and all speakers are earn-;
estly requested to be present to per-:
form their respective parts on the pro- j
gram. All, who expect to go by rail
id desire to b^ met at the station;
and all who de?ire eiiiarrainmeui o>Ji J
nights will notify Rev. J. B. Harmon, j
Newberry, S. C.
E. W. Leslie,
S. P. Koon,
R. C. Counts,
. /j- -a.ii Coi.i.^itlre.
TO VISIT SCHOOLS.
Prof. >Y. K. Tate to Spend Tliree Days
in the County?Itinerary Announced
by County Snpt. Anil.
; I l av.* hr--' ofcrc* urrr.^'Viicod, ^
Pre:'. W. K. T ;:o, sup rvisor of rural
schools fwi* South Carolina, has promised
to sivo three days to Newberry
county in visiting tho rural schools.1
I have decided that he shaH se > as j
many of the schools as possible, and j
have endeavored to arrange a schc- j
dule or itinerary to cover all sections j
of the count} a? nearly as possible. In 1
order that, we may lose as little time!
in going frcin one school to another as |
possible, I have arranged with Mr. W. \
C. Waldrop and Mr. McHardy Mower j
to let i's have an automoone lor inosej
three days provided that the weather j
conditions are such that an automobile |
may be used over the roads at that.
time. In the event that the roads are !
not in condition for this, of course, the 1
tin^rary will have to be shortened. I:
am hoping that wo may bo able to car-i
ry out the schedule as arranged.
I wish it was so that we could take
in other schools, but I do not see how
it is possible to arrange a different
schedule and cover as many of the
Of course, the stop at each school
will be short, but we hope to make it
long enough that Prof. Tate may give
a short talk to the teacher, pupils and
patrons. We will endeavor to follow
the schedule closely, and would especially
be pleased to have the patrons
- " ~~~ o f fV> ^ crtnl !
OI LII? scLLLrui men, ua rn, iuC .
building. This invitation includes the
ladies as well as the men of the community.
The following is the schedule mapped
out at present:
Wednesday, March 27?Excelsior 9
a. m.; Jolly Street, 10 a. m.; -St.
Pauls, 11 a. m.; Pomaria, 12 o'clock;
Fork, 1.30 p. jxi.; St Phillips, 2.30 p.
Thursday, March 28?Beth Eden, 9
a. m.; Cromer, 10 a. m.; Whitmire,
11.30 a. m.; McCollough, 1.30 p. m.;
Trilby, 3 p. m.
Friday, March 29?Mt. Pilgrim, y a.
m.; Fairvlew, 10 a. m.; O'Neall, 11 a.
m.; Saluda, 12.30 p. m.; Monticello,
1.30 p. m.; St. Lukes, 3 p. m.
The St. Luke's appointment is to include
Big Creek. I would be very
much pleased to have the teachers
and patrons of both these schools meet
us at St. Luke's at 3 p. m., as it is desired
to discuss a matter pertaining to
both districts and of great importance
to the community. I hope that at this
meeting particularly all of the patrons
will be present
Of course, as stated we may have to
change this schedule slightly if the
roads are not in condition, but unless
notice is given of the change, we will
endeavor to make the schedule as
nearly as possible. Certainly we will
fill the appointment at St. Lukes
promptly at 3 o'clock and I desire to
urge again that the people of both districts,
St. Luke's and Big Creek, attend
On Tuesday, March 12, I will visit
tb? following schools: Jalap, 9 a* m.;
Kinards, 10.30 a. m.; Independence,
12 o'clock; Tranwood at 2.30 p. m.
At each of these schools I would be
pleased to r.ec he patrons, and espeiary
dc [ desire to have the trustees
On Wednesdav. March 13, I will vi~it
Hartford at 10 a. m., and Utopia at 12'
On Friday, the 15i\ T will be c.t
Helena school at 11 o'clock.
On the Tuesday following I will be J
at Reagin scbool at 10.30 a. m.;
at Dead Fall school at 11.30 a. m. and
Silverstreet school at 1 p. m.
I make the same request for the
trustees and patrons to meet me at
the hours named. Unless something
beyond my control happens I will en
deavor to be at the schools promptly.
E. H. Aull,
County Superintendent of Education.
Chinese Famine Fund.
Previously acknowledged $57.75
Mrs. Martha Henry 50
Mrs. J. M. Sease 1.00
Central school, No. 10 township,
L. Berley Bedenbaugh, teacher
Tax Paying Time Out Soon.
The time for paying State and county
taxes expires on March 15. County
Treasurer Epps says that a great
many have not yet paid and he desires
to remind them that after the 15th exl
"ecutions will b-e issued. The penalty
now is seven per cent.
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; MARCH 1, 1J1-, was m? lasi cay iui :
! the paying of municipal licenses. J.!
.J. Langford, Mayor; J. R. Scurry, j
Clerk and Treasurer. 3-5-tf. J
(Corrected by Nat Gist).
Strict good middling 10^2
Good middling 10%
mid1::.- ...10% 1
(75y Robt. McC. Holmes). /
S:rift ;;ood middling 10%
Good middling 10%
Strict middling 10^4
(By Summer Bros. Co.)
Cotton s-eed 28 ^
Cotton seed 30 V 4
f^rvttrvn 1 01.4 ^4
V^V/tCV/il ... - - - - - - - - - - V / ^ 4
Prosperity. ** ?
Cotton seed 27^
Cotton seed 251/&
Cotton Seed 30
Cotton 10*4 t
Cotton seed 27 /
' * 4
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for less
than 25 cents.
jfl.AXXl.fc sniLAiss, Trained nurse, is
now living with her parents at 1236
Player street, where she will an- *
swer calls. 3-l-2t
FOR RENT?One or two furnished
rooms with bath attached. Apply
to 1710 College street 3-5-2t
FOR SALE?Fine Jersey cow, cheap.
Nine years old. R. H. G-reneker,
FOR RENT?A four-room cottage in
Cline street P. F. Baxter & Son.
TABLE BOARDERS WANTED?Four
persons can be accommodated with *
furnished rooms, hot and cold water
and electric lights. Apply to Mrs.
E. L. Bailes, 1326 College street
FOR SALE?1,000 bales of meams
grass hay, two International pull
puwcf LCU dUU UUU1UUUICU
presses, five head mules, three head v
horses, two two-horse wagons, twt
60-saw gin feeders and condensers,
one self-packing cotton press, one
12-horse Tozer engine, one No. 1
DeLoach saw mill and outfit- Everything
in good shape; some barely
used at all. Apply Hugh Hendersen,
Elairs, S. C., No. 1.
I WILL BE AT POMARIA every Wed
nesday, and at unappeus every
Friday afternoon. Cures guaranteed
in all curable cas-es. Examination*
free. J. W. Sharp, Veterinary surgeon.
ROOMS TO RE>rT CHEAP?I hav* 3
or 4 nice rooms to rent to party
without small children. Two blocks *
from square. 1309 College street,
Newberry, S. C. Write D. M. Wells,
Hendersonville, N. C. 2-6-tf .
AXY ONE desiring a Singer sewing
machine, terms cash or credit, can
~et o"e hy c? ;mg on J. u. sample.
irST arrived, a carload of heart and
'.- I) shingles. Langford & Buxhardt
>IO>*EY TO LEND?Money to lend on
real estate. Long time and easy
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter.
DR. W. E. PELHA3I, J1C,
Office Hours: ^
8 to 9 a. m. f
12 to 1 p. m.
Office phone 193. }
Residence vhoue 1?.
Offices np-slairs in old poshffice l?nlW- A
W. G. HOUSEAL, H. D.
Residence Phone 36.
Office Phone 89.
J. B. 3ETZLER, 3T. D.
Residence Phone 353.
Office Phone 89.
Y/ork delivered on short
notice. Shop in front of Guy
Brown's stable. S. K. Houknight &
THE SALTER HOME PLACE at Helena
for rent on March 1st. Nineroom
house and an acre of yard and
garden. Plenty of fruit trees. Ap- J
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