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The Movements of Many People?j
>"ewherrians, and Those Who
Yisit ? wherry.
Mr. W. P. Allen, of Chappells, was I
in the city Friday.
Mr. B. B. Rikard was in the city
Saturday from Slighs Xo. 1.
Mr. W. L. Bedenbaugh was in the
city Saturday from Pomaria No. 2.
Mr. C. E. Willis, of Prosperity No.
5, was in the city Saturday.
Mr. J. S. J. Suber, of Strother, was j
in the city Saturday.
Mr. E. H. Longshore is in Newberry
Miss Lucile Dickert has returned
home, her school closing at Westminister.
Mrs. Anderena Moses, of Sumter,
paid a visit on Sunday to her mother, j
Mrs. M. L. Werber.
Mr.. Reynolds, of Columbia, and Mr. |
L. C. Moise, of Sumter, were in the
Mrs. Wm. Johnson is in Columbia
visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. B. Wallace.
Miss Carrie Lou Connor, of Greenwood,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. T.
Mr. J. W. Smith spent the week-end j
visiting friends and relatives in New- \
berry.?Clinton Chronicle, 23rd.
Miss Louise Hipp, who taught at j
' Fairfax the past session, returned
cionie last *?cca.
Mr. W. S. McGraw returned last
week to his home in Newberry, his
school at Richburg having closed for
Civil Engineer P. S. Norris, of Aiken,
has brought Mrs. Norris and babyj
to Newberry, occupying rooms at Mrs. I
J. A. Meldau's. j
Miss Ammie Garner and little Mertice,
have gone to Newberry, C.,
to visit relatives.?Lockhart cor. Union
Mr. Doc Lavender, of Newberry, has
snendine a few days in the city
with his family on Rutledge avenue.?
Gaffney Ledger, 24th.
Mr. W. T. Hunter spent last night
in the city with his brother, Mr. L.
L. Hunter, on his way to his home at
Newberry.?Sumter Item, 23rd.
Mr. C. F. Gilliam returned Monday
from Xewberrv, where he had been
on a visit to Mrs. Gilliain.?Watts cor.
Abbeville Medium, 24th.
Mr. Jack Lewis, who was operated
on this week at St Joseph's infirmary, j
is improving.?Atlanta Constitution,
Miss Annie Fellers, cf Prosr?r: y,
won the penmanship meJal r.: t>.o : 3- j
cent commencement exercises of
Mrs. C. M. Cook, of Newberry, arrived
this afternoon to visit their
daughter, Miss Clara Cook.?Spartan-!
burg Journal, 24th.
Misses Margaret Motte and Eliza
Horton, of Columbia, spent Sunday in !
Newberry with Misses. Marguerite and '
ATrs TT.lw "R Winn returned last
week from Philadelphia with iu-r j
daughter, r.Iiss ncsalyr, e . n
Mr. Fred H. Dominick left Sunday
for Atlantic City to attend a meeting
of the National Association of Superintendents
of Insane Asylums.
Messrs. C. A. Bowman, H. B. Wells
and E. H. Anil will attend the session
of the grand lodge Knights of Pythias,!
meeting Tuesday in Spartanburg.
Mrs. Elbert Bailes, of Newberry, ish
here to see her sister, Mrs. Calhoun
Marshall, who is quite ill; her condition
today, however, is some better.?
Anderson Intelligencer, 24th.
? Miss Nellie Evans, the trained nurse '
who has been attending her sister,
Mrs. W. H. Zeigler, has returned to
her home at Cameron, Mrs. Zei^ri
City Mail Deliverer Cromer has re- !
:f.urned from his trip to Colleton via
the motorcycle route. He had a fine
time and enjoyed all of'his 180 mile;
Col. W. H. Hunt was elected vice
president of Connie Maxwell orphanage
at a meeting of the board of trus- j
tees at the institution in Greenwood j
on last Wednesday.
Mrs. Amos Wells, of Minneapolis,
Minn., will arrive Tuesday on a visit
to her father, Col. D. A. Dickert. Mrs.
Wells will be accompanied by her
niece, Miss Gussie Dickert
Mr. D. R. Lavender leaves Tuesday
for Gaffney to attend the commencement
of Limestone college, and to wit
noss the graduation of his daughter,
President Jas. D. Kinard will attend j
the called meeting of the South Caro- j
lina synod at Summerland Tuesday, in
company with the Rev. ^Messrs. Edw. j
Fulen wider and .T. B. Harmon and Dr.'
Geo. B. Cromer.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Summer leave
Tuesday for Columbia to be present
at the graduation of their daughter,
Miss Weeter, at the commencement
exercises of the Columbia Female college.
Miss Xell Fridy came home sick last
week from Columbia, and will miss the
graduating exercises of her class at
the Columbia' Female college at the
commencement there this week, in
which she would have taken part
but for her illness.
Mr. G. Frank Wearn, the popular |
traveling representative of the Globe j
Tailoring company, of Cincinnati, was
married to Miss Mary Cannon, of Newberry
Saturday. The groom has many
friends here, who join in congratulations
and best wishes.?Kingstree Record.
Prnf flriH Mrs TT T, T")p?n fhanernn
ed the teachers of the city schools and
a corresponding number of young- men
at a picnic at Chappells Saturday. The
young ladies wore white morning
dresses with red polka dots while the
young men wore white shirt waists
[ with red ties to match the polka dots.
All had a merry time.
Reports say that H. B. Dominick,
who accepted the superintendency of j
j the Greer school last year, is giving J
! fine satisfaction. K. D. Senn returns :
| to Mullins, where he has been doing i
j excellent work for the past two years.
|?Southern School News for May. Bei
ransp hoth are from Newberry and
j can not do otherwise.
We have had a most delightful visit
I from Miss Carrie Kilgore, who stop- J
ped at her old Orphanage home on her
way from Kansas City to Newberry.
Miss Kilgore has been a year in a Bible
school, and has been training for
work in the great Republic of China
where she will go as soon as our
church can send her out.?Thornwell
Judge and Mrs. F. M. -Schumpert returned
from Columbia Monday after a
Visit to their daughter, Miss Marion,
+>ia hncnitnl. Thev broueht the
cheering news that their daughter
and the other Xewberrians lately un-i
dergoing operations, namely, Mr.
Rhett Boozer, Dr. G. W. Connor and
Mr. Geo. C. Hipp, are all improving,
and sent word to their friends that
they are doing nicely.
VARIOUS A>~D ALL ABOUT.
left Newberry it was just for a little i
spin into the country.
The Orpheus club will meet with j
T..T ^ T-* T m of !
iVIFS. ib. i3. JOUC5 1 utrsuaj' cvcumg ai,
8 o'clock. A full attendance is desired.
The Newberry Commandery meeting
has been postponed from Monday to
Friday afternoon at 6.30 o'ciocK.
The Bachelor Maids will meet with
Miss Banna Xeel on Tuesday afternoon
at 5.30 o'clock.
Messrs. C. C. Davis, J. T. and W. G.
Mayes went for an automobile ride1
Sunday. They kept on going until,
they landed in Greenville. When they j
The Herald and News acknowledges :
receipt of invitation to attend the sixteenth
annual commencement of Clemson
college, June 9 to 11.
The Ladies' Aid society of Lutheran |
Church of the Redeemer will meet'
with Mrs. John Swittenberg on Tues- j
day afternoon at 5 o'clock.
The postoffice will be closed on May i
30, a national holiday. There will be '
no rural delivery and the office will observe
Mr. Lavender will have several at- j
tractive reels on this week, so if you
really want to enjoy yourself go to the
show and buy a ticket from a Philathea.
Fred Sale was the successful "rooter"
for "a nickel in the flour" at the
Arcade Friday night, winning the prize
of $2. He won out over Henry Eddy,
Willie Koon, W. C.-and David Hayes.
The second edition of the Titanic
disaster will be given at the Arcade
Friday afternoon and night, in twenty J
slides, showing the burial ship and |
other important features of the terri- \
Mr. W. C. Waldrop, through the Mc- '
Hardy Mower agency, last week sold \
a Ford touring car to Mr. C. M. Fuller, j
i Mountville, a Ford touring car to Mrs. j
A. C. Workman and a Ford torpedo
runabout to Dr. W. A. Dunn.
One of the brightest little five-vearold
boys ever seen in Newberry told
his mother that he was going to quit
using bad words. "I didn't know you
used bad words,'' said his mother. "Oh,
yes," he answered, "I say 'gee-whiz,
but I'm going to say 'O'pshaw."
Into whose hands will fall the orphan
baby boy at the Arcade Wednes- |
day night is the interesting question
right now. Who wants a baby? The
more -/tickets you hold the greater
your chance of holding the lucky number.
The Rainbow Kimona and the vestal
virgin drill will be given by the pupils
of the Newberry graded school at the
opera house on Friday evening. Admittance
fifty and twenty-five cents.
The proceeds will be used in purchasing
pictures for the high school.
BUILDING BATH HOUSES.
Xewberry Cotton Mills Constantly Addling
to its "Pleasure and Health
The Newberry cotton mills has built
and is maintaining tor its people one
of the prettiest little parks in the
South. It is ar constant source of
The mill is constantly adding to
what might be called its "pleasure and
It is now engaged in building two
bath houses?one for the boys and one
for the girls. These bath houses are
located between the mill and the park,
and will afford a means of healthful
recreation. The boys have already begun
to take advantage of theirs, in its
v\-\ TN 1 A4 a cf
0> A HIGH HORSE.
??ro Gets on a Higrli Horse, But is
Brought Down by Officer.
On Sunday, the 19th instant, at Mt
Olive church, a negro whipped his wife
and fired his pistol on the church
ground. Rural Policeman T. G. Williams
hearing of the row proceeded
to lay the heavy hand of the law on
the offender. He arrested the negro
and had him convicted before Magistrate
Dorroh on last Friday. Magistrate
Dorroh fined the negro $40 for
carrying concealed weapon and $5 for
assault and battery. The negro paid
up and was made to give up his gun.
Dr. Jor"^ Accepts Call.
Dr. E. Pendleton Jones, of Hampton,
Va., has accepted the call recently extended
him by the congregation of the
First Baptist church. He is expected
to assume pastoral charge on the first
Sunday in July.
One of those marriage affairs in
which everybody takes an interest took
place Monday afternoon at 12.30
o'clock at the Methodist parsonage In
Columbia, the bride being from Newberry
and the groom from Greensboro,
N. C. The Rev. A. E. Holler performed
the ceremony uniting Miss Julia Viola
Moore and Mr. L. I. Blalock. The
a onrl 1 nff l\Tr\n o ff AAr?
uiiuc ciiiu &i v/um icit jn.unu.aj aiici iiwii
for their future home in Greensboro.
Miss Lillie Mae Moore, sister of the
bride, attended the marriage and returned
to Newberry Monday afternoon.
Mr. Blalock was a former clerk at
the store of the American Cash Purchasing
company while in operation
here. Congratulations to him and
well wishes for the happiness of himself
and his fair bride.
Jurors for June Court.
Following are the petit jurors
drawn to serve for the criminal court
for Newberry, beginning on Monday,
June 10, Judge Frank B. Gary presid
W. B. Franklin, Slighs.
Geo. W. Cromer, Prosperity.
W. H. Eddy, Jr., City.
G. Y. Dickert City.
.T. W. Martin, Chappells.
W. W. Watkins, Chappells.
T. E. Stone, Pomarla. \
G. W. Kinard, Prosperity.
G. A. Dickert, Newberry.
.T. Lee Harmon, Prosperity, Xo. 4.
Tno. T. Franklin, Slighs.
J. D. Sease, Newberry, No. 5.
John Swittenberg, Newberry.
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ivi. wnsuii. siigiis,
Geo. A. Cromer, Newberry, Xo. 2.
T). C. Reid, Prosperity.
J. A. Baker, Prosperity.
S. W. Young, Little Mountain.
Charles Clark, Whitmire.
E. D. Richardson, Pomaria.
C. B. Bishop, Newberry, No. 1.
J. L. Dickert, Newberry, No. 1.
,T. R. Davidson, Newberry.
W. B. Kinard, Pomnrta.
Tra A. Miller. Little Mountain.
B. L. Wheeler, Prosperity.
T. T. Setzler, Newberry.
T. C. Cole, Whitmire.
P. S. Livingston, Newberry.
C. T. Abrams, Whitmire.
J. W. Long. Prosperity.
M. W. Bedenbaugh, Prosperity.
T. D. Livingston, Slighs.
Thos. J. Wilson, Slighs.
L. M. Graham, Newberry.
D. S. Teague, Newoerry.
COLLEGE C'ELEBK \TFS.
Jubilee Meeting on Campus, at Whieli'
Victories Achieved During Year
The college campus, between Holland
hall and the dormitory, was a
scene of merry activity last Thursday
evening. The beautiful lawn was well
lighted with Japanese lanterns aided
with "the light of the silvery moon."
The occasion was in honor of the men
who had brought both honor and glory
to old Newberry during the past year,
and under the auspices of the Athletic
About 9 o'clock the grounds were
filled with happy couples, and a few
minutes later the exercises were
opened by Mr. W. A. Reiser, who in
a few well chosen words stated that j
the purpose of the reception was to i
celebrate the victories recently won,
and that they would be reviewed by
he different speakers. |
Dr. A. J. Bowers spoke enthusiast;- 1
i 11 IT <->ii TVTT r'Vinrl^o "P T" ."?'s par.
^,CLHJ KJ11 i'A * v/ "v?* *vv> - * - ' " v
ture of the essay medal, give v annu- j
ally by the South Carolina Intercol-,
legiate press association, and Mr. H. j
' S. Petrea's winning of the Str.te ora!
torical medal. The talents (f these '
j young men were praised and >e con-.
! gratulated them on the honor t'.iey had
! brought to their alma mater.
Mr. A. N. Keiffer, of this year's grad- |
i uating1 class, spoke next, and after ofj
fering his excuse? for being sandwichI
ed between two members of the faculI
ty, he told of the victory of "Mack"
;and "Back" at Spartanburg, and how
i they outclassed, in every department
! of game, their many opponents.R.
| K. Wise, "who once got a three-bag|
ger, did not play, but was the guardian
of the lucky bug. Last,- but not least,
he told of Prof. Setzler's loyalty to
! the team and though he was not in
Spartanburg in person he was there ]
j in spirit more thaji any of the students
| or other members of the faculty.
"Sut" next discussed the basketball
jteajm thoroughly and not one of them
i escaped his complimentary tongue
j from 'Captain Wolff,' the moon winder j
I i. <ir? ? JM n i A ii A~ >. -1_ -
io iviu ceciter, Auaiiia. s cnuicesu.
He also paid a high tribute to Prof.
Voigt, who took a seemingly hopeless
bunch and turned it into the fastest
squad of goal throwers that has ever
! toured the State.
Prof. Voigt reviewed the past season
in baseball and truly said that
| from the lowest 'prep' to the most digi
nified senior; from "Big" Yonce to
| Vice President Ernest, including the
! most sedate members of the faculty,
! the question ever upon our lips was
i not, "What's the lesson for tomorrow,"
but, "What's the score?" He spoke j
:hripflv nf the p-rest rfltrhiiip- nf Shea.lv!
and Mayes; the wonderful twirling of
"Miss" Eidson and "Nigger" Epting;
the brilliant work of Smeltzer, Boozer,
j Becker and Keitt, in the infield; and
j the sensational fielding of Floyd, Wise
land Perritt in the out-field.
The loyalty of the scrubs, who day
after day came out to put the varsity
! in trim without any hope of reward,
! was praised to the highest; the supj
port of the student body, both finan;
cially and in rooting, was complimented.
As a fitting close to the exercises he
; called Prof. W. T. Rountree forward,
; and thanking him in the name of the
i association for his services, whic^i he
j willingly gave without hope of re!
ward, and assuring him that as long
;as Newberry college existed there
j would always be a place in it for him,
he presented him with a beautiful sili
ver loving cup, the gift of the association.
The students then rendered a
few of the college songs, after which
refreshments were served. The reception
was a pronounced success and no
less than two hundred and fifty persons
enjoyed" the evening delightfully.
i It may be interesting to some to
'know that the Scarlet and the Gray
have won every honor in the State
with the exception of the poem medal
and the short story medal, which are
I Kv n 11 A f O r? WAfpAT?rl VQ_
11C1U UJ uuc HT COl auu II UUV1U, 1
| spectively. This is a record never be|
fore excelled or equalled by any college
in the State.
The following students have been
chosen by the faculty to compete in
the junior oratorical contest to be held
| on June 10: W. A. Reiser, J. A. Shealy,
C. M. Wilson, S. C. Paysinger, J. B.
Ballentine and G. H. Ballentine.
FOR SALE?20 bushels white peas for
seed or table use. Price $2.25 per
bushel. H. D. Havird, 1100 Main St.,
Newberry, S. C. 5-27-tf.
| FOR SALE?By the hundred, tomato
plants ouc, carrot pianis <oc, egg
plant 75c, pepper plants 75, beet
plants 50c, cabbage plants 50c, lettuce
plants 50c, collard plants 50c.
All plants in dozen lots, 10 cents per
dozen. C. P. Pelham. 5-28-tf.
f? R A DEI) SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT.\
Fine Program of Exercise Beginning
Friday Evening and Concluding
The commencement exercises of the [ Newberry
graded schools will begin
on Friday night and will continue <
through to Tuesday night, June 4.
?i TTrirlov o I'Dninor AT a v Q1 +Vi ^ con- i C
V/11 A 1 1UU?T V UX, WUC MVU
ior class will present Eleanor Maud
Crane's unique comedy called "The *
Rainbow Kimona." This splendid <
play has a cast of nine girls. In addition
to the play there will be a <
beautiful vestal virgin drill. Admis- (
sion to this entertainment will be 50
and 25 cents. The proceeds from I(
this play will be put with the money ^ [
already in hand to buy pictures for
the high school. ;
On Saturday night will be held the
e\erci??s of the West End graded
school in Willowbrook park pavilion, j
Sunday evening at 8:30 o'clock the
annual sermon to t':e graduating class j
will be preached by the Rev. Mr. Fulen
On Monday evening the seventh
grades in the grammar schools will
hold their annual exercises, and there
will be an address by Dr. Lee Davis
.Lodge, president of Limestone college.
On Tuesday evening at 8.30 o'clock j
will be h^!d the high school graduat-:
ing exercises, and the annual address
will be made by Dr. Howard Lee
Jones, pastor of the Citadel Square
Baptist church of Charleston.
The graduating class this year is
the largest finishing class that the
schools have had in many years. It
numbers 18 young ladies and two
The public is cordially invited to
Following is t?e program of the
graduating exercises on Tuesday
evening, June 4:
Invocation?Rev. Mr. Carlyle.
Salutatory?James Lance Swindler.
Annual Address?Dr. Howard Lee
Valedictory?James Campeen Kin- '
Benediction?Rev. Mr. Carson.
Clc. motto: "Not finished yet be
Class flower: Daisy.
Class colors: Gold and white.
James Campsen Kinard, James
Lance Swindler, Florence Morris, j
Mamie E. Paysinger, Clara Landen
Bowers, Margaret Elizabeth McCrack[in,
Estelle Caldwell, Ruth Louise McCrackin,
Cora V. Mayer, Bessie Anita
Lake, Kate Xeel Neel, Moriet Eloise
Hayes, Alice Cannon, Annie Elizabeth
Jacobs, Sophia Rose Herbert, Lois
! Lucile Hipp, Sarah Simmons, Marion
Webster Jones, Nancy Werts.
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for 1 est .
than 25 cents.
FIRST-CLASS BARBECUE?We will
furnish a first-class barbecue at
Prosperity on Saturday, June 8. Candidates
invited. G. W. Kinard, B.
B. Rikard, S. R. Metts. 5-28-4t.
IF YOU want to save money go to the';
bankrupt sale at the Bee Hive.
FIXE milk cows for sale. E. M. 'Evans
& Co. 5-24-tf.!
FOR SALE?One fine mare, 7 years |
old, gentle and works good. Will:
sell cheap. G. R. Price, No. 78 Mollohon
THE TALK of the town now is the
low prices Flynn is selling those
bankrupt stocks at. If he stole them
it looks like he could not sell them
i as cheap as he is selling 8c and JOc
! laces and embroideries at 2 l-2c a!
| yard. |
AGE>'TS WANTED at once throughout I
Newberry and Greenwood counties j
to solicit and write insurance for the j
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co. j
Liberal contract to all who are will- j
ine to work, either part or whole |
time. J. L. Mayer, Dist. Agt., 80?
Edgefield Ave., Greenwood, S. C.
THE LADIES are all talking now
about the ridiculous prices Flynn is <
now selling the goods. Some say
i they did not believe it until they
bought some of the goods. Prices
they say are ridiculously low for the
very highest class of dry goods,
clothing and shoes.
.. Now is the time to subscribe to The,
Herald and News, $1.50 a year, 75c. J
six months, 50c. four months. j!
(Corrected by Nat Gist).
strict good middling 11%
}ood middling 11% J
strict middling 11% |
(By Robt. McC. Holmes).
(By Summer Bros. Co.)
Cotton seed 30
Cotton seed 28
Cotton 11% \
Cotton seed 30
Cotton . ... 11%
Cotton seed ... 28 (
EVERYTHING comes to those who
wait. Go trade with Flynn at the
Bee Hive, and you will be glad you
waited. The prices are ridiculous.
4 HISTORICAL EYEST? Never in
Newberry's honored history has her
people had an opportunity of finding
two immense stocks of high class
merchandise coupled with the
Bailes stock at the Bee Hive, under
one roof, making all three one gigantic
stock of the very highest *
class merchandise obtainable, and
almost every dollar's worth of the
goods new. One stock of these goods
we bought in the city of Baltimore,
was new as the crash came in 30
days after the store was opened,
through the death of the monied
partner, and the goods had to be
sold at auction to the highest bid- *
der for cash. Flynn was on hand
with the money and got the stock at
43c"on the $1.00 of fifst cost In this
stock you will find the finest shoes v
that money can buy. Our dry goods
you can not duplicate at 30c, on the
$1.00 more than they ask for them
in any store in the State. We have
a fine lot of up-to-date clothing,
men 'and boys' odd pants, that we
sell at half-price. You have only to
come and look over the stock to he A
convinced of the truth of this state ment.
You will find those things at
the Bankrupt Sale at the Bee Hive,
Bailes' old stand, that Flynn is now
YfE HA YE just received another shipment
of the famou3 Parker buggies,
also the renowned Gemco Harness.
Be sure you get one of these rigs
before we close out the shipment.
E. M. Evans & Co. 5-24-tf.
MILK CATTLE?I have for sale of my
own breeding few nice Polled Durham
heifers with young calves.
These heifers are sired by a registered
Polled Durham bull which
will eiwght about 1,400 pounds, out
of Tennessee pure bred Durham of
the milking strain, and when fresh
milking give three gallons of milk,
and will weigh around 1,100 to 1,200
pounds. Also few pure bred
Shropshire ram lambs sired by reg
istered Shropshire ram, bred to Virginia
pure bred Shropshie strain,
which are bred for mutton and wool ^
combined. Prices reasonable. L. W.
Floyd. 5-7-6 t-st.
PICTURES framed at 0. & T. E. Sal- 4
ter's Studio. See our mouldings. East.
End Main street. 4-30-8L
FURNISHED room for rent. Apply
to Mrs. J. W. White, 1003 Caldwell
MULE FOR SALE CHEAP-App.y to
M. M. Buford, Newberry, S. C.
FOR SALE?One 12- horsepower International
gasoline engine and one
F. and E. co-Dlaner. with 8x24 cylin
der. All in good shape at -reasonable
price. Apply to C. D. Shealy, Pomaria,
I WILL BE AT P03IARFA every W*dnesday,
and at Chappell? pvery ^
Friday afternoon. Cures guaranteed ^
in all curable cases. Examination
free. J. W. Sharp, Veterinary surgeon.
ROOMS TO RENT CHEAP-I hav* 3
or 4 nice rooms to rent to party
? :ii i ii .uMj rr> ? ~
wiuioui small cmiurtju. 1 wu uiw&a
from square. 1309 College street.
Newberry, S. C. Write D. M. Welle.
Hendersonville, N. C. 2-6-tf
3T0NEY TO LEND?Money to lend oa
real estate. Long time and ea3? ?
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter
HOUSE FOR RENT?Either furnished
or unfurnished. Possession given
July 1. Apply to Mrs. 0. L. Schumpert,
1600 Main street. 5-21-tt.
I will give a first-class barbecue at
rry residence Friday, June 7. i
5-24-4t L. C. Pitta. V J