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1 lie Movements of .Many People, ^'ewberriaiis,
and Those Who Visit
Miss Georgie Xeel returned on
Thursday io Winthrop.
Mr. W. B. Kinard was in the cit*
Tuesday from Prosperity Xo. 6.
Mrs. G. G. Sale and children returned
Thursday from Columbia.
Mr. T. W. Harmon, of the Pomaria
^ ? ? aw TnAc^av
seciioil, >\?s in u?: fir oii x uvowuj
Miss Sara Caldwell leaves Sunday tc
resume her school teaching at Society
R. C. Xeel, of Newberry, is a guest
at the Imperial hotel.?Columbia Rec|P
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Connor have re?
turned from spending the holidays at
Misses Marjorie and Cle-one Hayes
returned to Lander college, GreenThursdav.
Miss Mazie Dominick, of Newberry,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
B. M. Caldwell, J. R. Summer &nd
Jos. T. Hutchinson, of Newberry, were
here yesterday.?Columbia Record.
Mr. Lambert W.^Jones and his sons
attended the funeral of Mr. B. Y. Herndon,
at Cokesbury, on December 31.
Misses Bessie Cjppock and Lila Mar
tin are spending the holidays in Newberry.?Spartanburg
Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Moore, of Newberry,
are spending this week in the
city agd county
MisJs Nell Boyd is the guest of Mrs.
\Y. H. Wallace in Newberry.?Spartanburg
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Tarrant attended
the Tarrant-Payne marriage at
Batesburg last Tuesday.
Miss Ellie Callaham spent Christmas
week with her father, Mr. S. L. Callaham,
at Newberry.?Honea Path Chron
Carlton and Clifton Coleman, of
Chappells, spent several days with
Pope and Fred Scurry during the holidays.
Mr. J. R. Scurry, Jr, has returned to
Greenwood, after spending some time
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. V,rm. M. Scurry is clerking at
E. B. Copland's and would be pleas
ed to see his Chappells and other
Mrs. Walter F. Clary and son, Harry
Crouch, left Sunday for a two
weeks' visit to relatives in Newberry;
and Sumter.?Abbeville Medium.
Mrs. Alma Hayes has gone to thej
Presbyterian hospital in Baltimore
with her little son, W. C., to have an
operation performed on his throa .
Dr. Gjo. B. Cromer will deliver an i
address Friday evening at the meeting j
of the York county teachers' associa-|
tion, which meets in Rock Hill -anu-!
ary 10 and 11.
Mr. George Mitchell, of the.Greek j
firm of X. P. Mitchell & Bro., left Mon-*
day for Xew York, whence he will ship;
for his country to take his part in the i
struggle now going on.
^lr. Will F. Wright, Jr., came by
-.Newberry on his return to Clemson,
to visit his relatives and friends here, j
-after spending the holidays at his:
home in Laurens county.
Mr. J. D. Davenport left Monday to
?:>egin his travels for the Lakewood
^company of Philadelphia and J. M. Myers
& Co., New York. Mr. Davenport j
handles dress goods, fancy dry goods, r
laces, embroideries, tc.
Mrs. Linn Jackson McCarley is a
visitor from Columbia who has been
the recipient of many social courtesies
during her stay with Mrs. E. M.
Evans and participated in the pleasure
of the New Year dance given , by the
Newberry German Club.
Mr. Jno. H. Ruff, of Jacksonville,
Fla., is spending the holidays at home,
.and Mr. M. L. Buford attended a Christinas
dance at AYinnsboro Friday night.!
'Returning to Newberry Mr. Ruff left j
on Thursday for Charleston enroute to
Mr. A. P Hurt, formerly superintendent
of the Anderson Cotton ^lills, has
;gone to Whitmire, in Newberry county,
where he goes to take a responsible
position, with the Glenn-Lowry
Mills Mr. Hurt is one of the most
practical mill men in the State and the
Whitmire company was fortunate to
secure his services.?Anderson Intel'igencer.
VARIOUS AM) ALL ABOl'l.
The D. A. Dickert Chapter will meet
with Joe Norwood 011 Saturday afternoon,
at 4 o'clock
Pa the Weekly at the Theato Friday.
| Extra fine. Don't miss it.
The new chief of police and his force
have started on their rounds.
The earthquake shock was distinct'
ly felt in Newberry on Wednesday afj
ternoon at 1.23 o'clock.
There were more parcel post pack
ages than expected at the Newberry
i /-?otr lnon
i pUOWUIVC Uli 111C liioi uaj Ui I.UV liiviu}
guration of the system.
The Drayton Rutherford Chapter,
j U. D. C., will hold its regular monthly
j meeting on Tuesday, January 7, with
1 j Mrs. C. H. Cannon, at 4 o'clock
The price of spots will go te ! "> or
16 cents a pound for the cotton.?
Newspaper quotation. One of the best
merchants in Newberry said six
j months ago that cotton would reach
i at least 15 cents this year.
Miss Lizzie Salter, teacher in the
j Central Methodist Sunday school, took
j her class to the county home on last
Thursday. They presented Christmas
j remembrances to the inmates in the
way of presents, and nuts, fruits, etc.
The children sang some of their
j Christmas songs and recited several
| pieces. All enjoyed the occasion.
; The first tax return for 1*)13 received
: by Auditor Eug. S. Werts was from
I Governor Cole.' L. Blease. The govI
ernor is quick in everything and the,
j auditor hopes that the tax payers gen- j
! erally will be prompt with their re-,
turns. Auditor Werts is himself
prompt, and the promptness of others
helps him in the discharge of his du-j
ties. The governor has set a good ex- j
ample and it should be followed.
A. J. Moon, colored, received a telegram
Thursday afternoon from Washington,
D. C., informing him that hisj
son, Jacob, had been Kinea. rurre j
were no particulars. Moon says that,
his son went from Tuskagee college, I
| Birmingham, to see his sister in Wash- j
ington. He has wired to have the body;
shipped to Newberry. The boy was 181
years^ old. The white friends of A. J. <
Moon will sympathize with him in his!
trouble. He is a worthy man and an
excellent marble worker at the yards
I of R. Y. Leavell & Son/
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}feterological Record for December.
I Temperature?Mean maximum, 55.9;
mean minimum, 38.0, ihean, 46:9; max-[
imum, 75;' date 6th; minimum, 22;
date 28th. 'V-" " ' *' '
Greatest daily range 36.
1 Precipitation?Total 21 in, Greatest
|^n 24 hours .49, date 24. With .01
i inches or more precipitation 14; clear
9; fair, 6; cloudy 16; dates of killing!
| frost 11, 12, 13, 14, 28. Total rainfall j
for 12 months 32.22 inches.
This is a little over 2.uu aDove me i
average for 24 years.
W. G. Peterson,
>"etvs From Chapin.
Chapin, Dec. 29.?Mr. Verley Fulmer,
student of the Theological Seminary
in Columbia, spent Christmas a,t
home near town.
Mr. Clarence Graham, of Pomaria,
'and sister, Miss Ola, spent Christmas
with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Koon, near Chapin.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Panentine, visu- j
ed Mrs. Ballentine's father in towuj
Wednesday and Thursday.
On Tuesday evening, December 24
Mr. I>ester Frick and Miss Bessie Arnel,
were happily married by the Rev.
E. J. Sox.
The Christmas tree and exercises of
the Lutheran church in town which
'were held last Wednesday night werej*
varv orr?nfi nnri larsrelv attended.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Koon and family
visited Mr. Koon's father Friday and
Mr. Johnnie Swygert, of Newberry
college, spent Christmas at home.
Miss Ola Graham, of Pomaria, visit- i
ed her friend Miss Verdell Koon one j
'day last week.
Miss Bell Cannon, of Little Moun-j
tain, spent Christinas with her sister, j
'Mrs. A. P. Lindler. ?
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Koon and family/;
of Pomaria, were visiting the home
Mis? Lila Fulmer, daughter of S. C. j
Fulmer, spent Christmas at home.
Mr. W. E. Koon and family, of Chaplin,
^pent Saturday with his father, S.
; YY. kooh.
Mr. Carl Stoudermire, a student of1
. Clemson college, was accompanied!
home by his friend, Mr. Swineheart, j
. of Colorado. Mr. Swineheart says
that he likes Chapin but does not like j
j the weather. We hope he likes the j
j girls best of all.
Wishing all a Happy New Year.
Preaching at Lebanon in the morning
next Sv.' day and at Ebenezer in the.
afternoon. 0:i; A. J^ft'coat
Many of tlie Newberry Corporations
Pay Good Semi-Annual Dividends
The first of January \\us dividend
day, and those who were fortunate
enough to have stock in institutions
that have been sufficiently successful
to make dividends, were made happy.
A number of the corporations in Newberry
declared very nice semi-annual
dividends while some others passed up
There are several banks in the couni
ty, and four cotton mills, besides other
! corporations. The following banks
| na^sed up their January dividends:
; Farmers' bank, at Silverstreet; Farmers'
bank, at Prosperity, Bank of Pomaria,
and Farmers' bank at Chapj
pells. Wm. Coleman & Co., bankers,
j at "Whit mi re, have no capital stock,
I x. _ / 1 .,
1 out in a veiy ie*\ yeais nave ducujuu.lated
a very handsome surplus The
phone line to Little Mountain was out
of order, and the dividends paid by
il J J
I.tiie rarmers anu iviei unaius uaim
I could not be ascertained, but it is cer:
tain that a semi-annual dividend was
! paid by this bank.
The following are the dividends paid
on the first of January, together with
the capital stock:
Newberry Savings bank, 4 per
cent on $50,000 $2,000
Commercial bank, 6 per cent, on
'Exchange bank, 6 per cent, on
National bank, 2 per cent, on
People's National bank, of Prosperity,
4 per cent, on $25,000.. 1,000
Eank of Prosperity, 4 per cent.
on $25,000 1,00G
Newberry Cotton Mill, 5 per cent.
on $500,000 25,008
> Mollohon Mfg. Co., on preferred
stock. 2 ner cent, on $115,800 3.47i
Security Loan & Investment Co.,
3 per cent on $50,000 1,500
Glenn-Lowry Mfg. Co., 3 1-2 per
' cent, on preferred stock
St Lake's Episcopal Chnrcli. .
" Rev. Sanders Guinard has t^ken
charge of this parish in connection
with Trinity church, Abbeville, where
he will reside, and the Church of the
?. i i
Epiphany, Laurens, and will give;r St.
Luke's the 1st and 3rd Sundays, in
the afternoon. Providence permitting,
he will hold his first service as rector
on sunaay anernoon ai iour u eiui;*..
Mr. Guinard was in Newberry in
January, 1898, in attendance upon a
meeting of the Greenville Convocation,;
which met here, being then just enter-1
ing the ministry. It will be recalled j
he remained over Sunday and held j
$29,000,000 CORN CROP.
Banner Crops Were Harvested iu!
South Carolina Last Year, According
The corn crop in South Carolina j
this year was valued at over $29,000,-:
000, according to a report issued from
the State department of agriculture!
Tuesday by Commissioner Watson.
The following tables are interesting;
in that they show the increase in the j
value of the various crops of the State*
during the past several years.
Corn.... v $29,136,000!
ffav ' 4,014,000;
Wheat $65,000 j
Irish potatoes 1,008,000
Rice 186,000 j
-* 1 f* AAA !
Tobacco *. 1,352,463 j
Irish potatoes v' 854,000 i
Rye 44,000 i
Rice .. 88,000;
? * I
Irish potatoes 940,000
Oats . 4,1^,000
Tobacco...\ . l,86|iAdO
Irish potatoes 9^^HL
INCOME TAX KEITHNS.
Liit 01 Income Taxpayers <>l N<?\vbern
Sent to Comptroller (Jenera
i Citiezns of Newberry county have
made tax returns for the year. These!
j names with tho amounts of income on j
i which a tax is collectable have been:
.forwarded by County Auditor Eug. S. j
I Wens to the comptroller general. The'
'total amount of taxable incomes re-J
turned is $33,170. The list is as1
J. A. Mimnaugh .. ..$1100.00 $11.00;
Chas E. Summer .. .. 2200 22.00
J H. Summer 1000 10.00
' ~ 1/?AA 1 An
J oco. w. summer iouv iu.v<>
' F. Z. WiLson .. .. ... 1056 HV.Gj
j Z. F. Wrights 6198 67.97
j Dr. a.Is. Mcintosh .. .. 400 K00
j Dr 0. B. Mayer 1420 1 ?.i>0
j'Alaa Johnstone 2")00
j Mrs Clara McCrary .... 19.">o 19.~?u
J Jas. L. Keitt 220 2.20
I Dr. W. G. Houseal 403 403
j Col. W. K. Hunt .. .. 20.70 20.70
i Geo. S. Mower 3900 ' os.vw
i Dr. Geo. B. Cromer .... 4c5i:n 4o.-y
; .Jno. M. Kinard 2824 28.24
Total $33,170 $337.69 1
The governor increased the reward
, offered for the apprehension of the lie_
; gro said to have been guilty of the
j killing of Mr. George Dominick, of
j Newberry county from $100 to $250.?>
I Columbia cor. Xews and Courier. j (
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>i?GKO HO I KILLi-I). j'
? - . !;
Colored \outli Slain by Companion '
Yesterday ?ar Old Town. j(
Xews reeached the city Thursday of
j the killing of a negro boy by his com-1
panion near Old Town Thursday -.norn-;
ing. The boys were ten or twelve!
years old. The homicide occurred on j '
Henry Lindsay's place. The boys' j
| names nor any of the particulars could j ^
i be learned. They were rabbit hunting; ,
| at the time of the homicide. j)
A I'LL PRINTING COMPANY.
j The Job Cilice and Tlie Herald and
News Separate Concern. j
As will be seen by reference to an- J
i nouncement in this issue the job office | c
i heretofore conducted in connection!^
: with The Herald and News will here- !
I after be run under separate manage- j j
! ment, in the name of the Aull Print- lf
I - ' j 1
j ing Company, haying no interest in 5
the paper, although located in the j
j same building. Persons having busi-; r
ness with the job printing department ( ?
will j)lease not confuse accounts with 1 r
the newspaper. The Herald and News 11
bespeaks a word for Aull Printing:
Company, as in outfit and equipment; t
it is second to no establishment of its j ^
kind in the State, having a competent! T
nffife fnrr>o tr? tho WOrk_ with the -
VfAUV/V A.W* V V VV v.v V?V .. ,
manager, Mr. James L. Aull. j.
The Herald and News and the job
office expect and intend to be helpful j ^
one to the other, and there will be the:
closest cooperation between the :\vo
Missionary Society Central Church, j
At the last meeting of the Woman's .
Missionary society of Central Method- i
ist church, the following officers were
elected to serve during the coming ;
year: President, Mrs. J. E. Carlisle; ! *
1st vice president, Mrs. W. W. Horns-!1
by; 2nd vice president, Miss Eugenia!
Epps; 3rd vice president, Mrs. W. H. j'
Wallace; 4th vice president, Mrs. Mary!
Fant; Recording secretary, Mrs. C. B.j
Martin; corresponding secretary home; 3
-department, Mrs. Geo. Epps; corre- '
sponding secretary foreign department, j
Miss T. E. Salter; treasurer home de-!
partment, Mrs. C. H. Cannon; assist-;
ant treasurer home department, Mrs. j s
J. I). Wheeler; treasurer foreign de-;
partment, Miss Daisy Cannon; assist-!
ant treasurer for department, Mrs. Q.'
A. Schumpert; treasurer aid depart- > ^
nient, Miss Alice Hornsby; agent "Mission
Voice," Mrs. I. X. Boozer; press
superintendent. Miss Lucy Epps.
The next meeting of the ckiety will A
be held ne xt Monday/January 6, at: t
3.30 p. m. All members are urged to
Mrs. C. R. Martin,
Recording Secretary." j ^
Maj. John W. Holmes, editor of the 1
* Barnwell People, nestor of South Car- j
olina journalism, Confederate veteran c
| and member of "the Wallace House," c
L scholar, gentleman. Christian fri snd, t
' died in Barnwell after long ill health,' _
in the 73rd vear of his age. His was *
j a modest, retiring disposition, not givi
en to talk of self, and for this reason! ..
'little is known of his early life. He j
^vas born in Shelby. X. C., October 17,
?M0. His parents were Virginians, his
Ber being a Methodist minister who I
We^^y^e North Carolina town for
CARLTON BEUSSE DEAD
Veil known Hall Player Passes Away
in Athens, (ia.
Athens, Ga., Dec. 30.?Carlton Beusse,
a well known baseball player and
manager in the Southeast, died at his
home here today after a short illness.
Buesse formerly wa6 manager of the
Spartanburg and Greensboro teams of
the Carolina Association and of the
T> Annfl toom nf CAnthodOtOPTl
iwvui,^ \jaM Vi MIV k/vuviivMwvvi i*
league. He is survived by a wife and
Bousse was well known in Newberry
having once managed a team for the
Death of a Former Newberrian.
Mrs. Alice Sligh, aged 48 years, died
of pellagra at Wareshoals on Monday
alternoon at 5 o'clock, after an illness
of 10 weeks, and was buried at Trinity,
this county, on Wednesday, service
by the Rev. 0. A. Jeffcoat. She was
the widow of the late J. Richard Sligh,
formerly of Jalapa, and is survived by
five children, as follows: Mr. W.-<C.
Sligh, of Honea Path; Miss Fannie
Sligh, Mrs. J. L. Putman, and Mr.
HUmro-p nf Wareshoals
^ VV4 P)v v*
Dratli of Mrs. Dean.
Mrs. May Warren Dean, wife cf Mr.
Herman Dean, died at the home of her
brother-in-law, Mr. F. J. Reddick,
High Point, of pneumonia, on Wednesday
evening at 7 o'clock, and was buried
at Rosemont Thursday afternoon
at 4 o'clock, service by the Rev. Dr.
E. Pendleton Jones. Besides her husuandishe
leaves several small children.
Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edw. Fulenwider, Pastor).
Nothing preventing, the following
will be the program of divine services
it the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer
11 a. ?n.?The regular morning service.
The pastor will preach a special
Vow Year's sermon on the ?ubj?
'The Prosperous Way and Good Success."
T xt Joshua 1:8: "For then
:hou shalt cake thy way prosperous,
ind then thou shalt have good success.
Some interesting and important
houghts for the N'ew Year will be
^resented in the sermon*
At this service the recently elected
ieacons will be installed. There wfllj
>e good music. !
7.30 p. m.?The Vesper service. The1
jastor will preach a short sermon on |
he subject: "God's complaint again
sacrilege." Text, Malachi 1:8: "And
? Kli?/1 fr?r o/5/vrifipo- lo it ?
1 yc U1I*CY LUC LM1I1VI LW1 cava iuv% t
lot evil? And if ye offer the lame and
ick, is it not evil? Offer it now unto
hy governor; will he be pleased with
hee, or accept thy person?"
4 p. m.?Sunday school meets. All
eachers and scholar;, are' requested to
>e present to begin the New Year
vith the determination to be present
.very Sunday unless Providentially
A cordial invitation to all services
5 extended the public.
PARCEL POSTED TO WILSON.
Po/iL-aon in \'PK T^ellV- i
II 31 i avnii?t\ -> ? -
ered at 12.04 to Presidentelect.
Princeton, X. J., December 31.?The
irst parcel post package delivered in
Jew .Jersey and, so far as is known,
n the United States, was left at. the^
c *"? * J * oloAt Wnnflrnvi- Wi 1 - i
tome ui ncMucm-cicvi ? WvU. w .. .... ,
on at 12.04 o'clock this morning.
The Wood row Wilson club, of
5rinceton, deposited in the local office
it 12.01 o'clock a package, of apples,
weighing eleven pounds, the maximum
.mount that can be sent. By pre-ar- j
angcment David Gransom, the letter J
:arrier, who delivers Governor Wilon's
mail, was waiting for it. Before
he cancelling ink was dry on the
tamps Gransom was driving furiousy
down the muddy street for the
tresident-elect's home. Governor Wilon,
keeping the New Year's vigil with
mot him at thp floor. sisrn-!
I i?j Iclliinj, c unu ?v ? -?, w
d for the package and presented him
nth the pencil. A few seconds later
lie Wilson family was eating apples:
Taft Leaves New Haven Residence.
New Haven, Conn., January 1.?It
vas announced today that President
."aft has leased the Parmelee mansion
lere for a term of two years with the
>rivilege of purchasing. The presilent
is expected to take up his C?si
lence nere soon am-i ic^vmg mc
'AURORA FLOYD" Saturday at the
House of eFaaires (Arcade).
XH)K for the bill posters on "The'
F YOl' like Western pictures see "The:
"Evades" produced by the Kay-Bee;
Co. | _ j
COTTOX MARKET. HH
(Corrected by Nat Gist).
Cotton 13 flj
Seed <2 1
(By Robt. McC. Holmes.)
Cotton 13 I
Cotton 13 V
Cotton seed 42 V
Cotton 13 fl|
Seed, per 100 1.35
Seed, per 100- 1.4^J
Cotton v.13 I
Seed, per 100 .. 1.35
SPECIAL NOTICES. H
One Cent a Word. No adfl I
vertisement taken for lesfl I
than 25cents. . jj
LOST?Out of wagon on Monday De-^H
cember 23, 1912, between Newberrw^H
and home, on the Belfast road, one^H
breech loading shotgun. Liberal re-fl^H
ward to finder for return of same^^H
M. M. Livingstone, for Sam Renwick^H
STRAYED OK STOLEN?Small Fo.JH
terrier dog, white and black spotsH
Answers to name of Nellie. Rewarfl
it' returned to Mrs. Spehls. l2-3l-2t^^B
FOR SALE?Pair of farm muies. V. E.^^J
Kohn, Prosperity, S. C. 12-31-tf.^|
WANTED?To make several loans ofB
$1,0Q0 to $1,500 each. H. ^C.
FOK SALE?One trained pointer bitch, I
two and a half years old, one hull^H
rerrier pup eight weeks old. Apply
to W. E. Elmore, Newberry, S. C., K.
F. D. No. 6. 12-24-tf.
T\V? Vlf P ?
i * ?i \s .iivx i uviub wiiii or wuuour
board can be obtained by applying
to Mrs. 0. L. Schumpert, 1600 Main!
street. ' 16-6-tf. . n
OXE or iwo horse farm to rent AP- H
ply to M.~M. Butord. Newberry, S. C. 9
12-17?tf. V"J T^'
? 1 TZ r
WANTED?A second hand 'engine c i I
wheels, 12 or 15 horse, power Ajax, I
or 12 or 16 horse power Tozer. Ad
| dress G. E. Caugiiinan, .I^eesvjlie, S.
I c. "Us*#- J
! A CAR of special grain fertilizer haaJ
arrived. For further particulars?
call on S. J. Kohn, Prosperity.
FOR CIGARS, tobacco, cigarettes, etc.,
to sell again, see Anne 0. Ruff &
Co.'s stock. We can give you the
best brands. Phone 84-2. 11.8-tf
DR. J. K. GILDER, JR^ Dental Parlors.
in postoffice building, corner^
Caldwell and Friend streets.
FOR SALE?One 3-horse disc plow. J
one feed cutter, one 2-horse wagon,
one disc harrcw. Apply F. R. Hun- I
ter, old court house. 10-25-tf. >
MOXEY TO LE>"D?Money to lend oa M
real estate. Long time md easy m
pavments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter. j
i:?0 BrSHELS of seed wheat for sale.
T-I O T.nn? Silvprsfr<*pt Ti-'HL.tt ^
HIDES?Sell your hides direct to ?
dealer and cut out the middle m<in. jj
I will pay highest prices ever known \
in Newberry. See me. T. M. San- -M
ders. ' 9-20-1 taw?tf 'M
CITIZEN^ wanting servants may be Jk
supplied witn same by communcating
with James S. Daniel, 825 Scott
street, city. ll-281tf.
BUY a genuine diamoc* ring for $-15
a't Williamson's. PB-Cf
i : i S
FOR SALE?Indian Runner Ducks, A
$1.50 each. Bull pups $12.50 each. j
It C. P. Pelham. I
A STRAY small gray horse mule was |
taken up by Robert Lyles. Owner I
can have same by proving property,"
Bavins for advprtisfMnenf and ke^D
ing. Communicate with Chas. A. Suber,
Newberry, S. C., R. F. D. No.
6. .l-3.lt ' j
HAVING BOUGHT out the late firm of
Kibler & Werts I solicit a c<5btiua-'
tion of the patronage at the same
stand, 1305 Main street. Heavy and
fancy groceries, etc. Hervry Bowlaic-*?~
Phone 181. _ l-3^1t.
THP iKCATIF nlpasps nir>P audiences 1
every night! Are you in the crowd? 1
HTHE EVADES," in three parts at AT'"ade
}f I! ARCADE should be called "Til
House of Features." says a man t?
I fl i