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I !:c Movements of Many People, >'ewiKTi
ians, ami Those Who Visit
Mr. .1. R. Green spoilt Sunday in
B. A. Doniinick. of Newberry, was
here yesterday.?Columbia Record.
31V. .J. I.'. WOI Ktliail, U pi uspciwu^
farmer of Cross Hill, was in the city
"Capt. .lack."?Mr. W. T. Jackson,
a?:er visiting his so.i, Mr. Thomas
Jack:on, has returned.
Dr. E. H. Kibkr returned last Friday
from Jacksonville, Fla., where he
spent several weeks.
George W. Summer, of Xewberry,
was here last night.?Columbia Record.
\V. E. Pelham, .Jr., of Newberry, is
registered at the J-c-rome hotel.?Columbia
F. R. Fellers and R. McC. Holmes. |
of A'ewberrv, were in Columbia yes- j
terday.?Columbia State. /
r Miss Julia Chapman, of Orlando,!
Florida, is in the city visiting her
aur.t, Mrs. A. Singleton, having come
to attend the funeral of Mr. Singleton.
Prof. J. A. Dennis attended a conference
of High School teachers in
Columbia on Friday and Saturday.?
Bethuiu cor. McBee Courier.
The Pl-v. Dr. Wm. Hayne Lea veil, of
Carrollton, .Miss., is visiting his rela-'
tives he:-0. Dr. Leav-ell was here about!
s;x and one-half years ago, when he i
delivered the-s-jrmon at th^ semi-cen- I
tennial of Newberry college.
Messrs. I. H. Hunt and F. H. Domi- I
nick will r present th-e eighth circuit!
in the South Carolina Bar assocation, j
the former as a member of the local j
council and the latter in the general j
council, they having b^en gven these |
positions at the meeting of the asso- j
eiation in Columbia Thursday.
VAKIOrS AND ALL ABOUT. |
The Rev. E. Pendleton Jones will
^ preach at the Ee'h Eden Baptist
church, colored, on Thursday evening
at S o'clock.
Tluinder Friday night, January 24. j
and a misquito in the room on Sun-:
day, is the record for Xewb-erry fori
this seasc.i of the year.
An able paper on the "Common-!
wealth versus Ignorance*' was read to?
the association by Geo. B. Cromer of
Newberry. Mr. Cromer's paper was*
an able def?i:se of compulsory education.?From
the State's account of the?
meeting of the South Carolina Bar
association in Columbia Thursday.
Death of Mrs. Sallie C. Brown.
Mrs. Sallif C. Brown, widow of the
late Senator T^ics. C. Brown, of this
county, died on Saturday at the home!
of her o'ly daughter, Mrs. Kate Dav-j
is. near Clinton, and wau buried on,
Sunday at King's Creek church, in;
this county, by the- side of her hu-s- ;
bard. Mrs. Brown was a daughter of;
,tbe la+"> William Ray of Cromer township
and was the sec-c *d wife of Dr.
Bro\v~. Sbe leaves surviving her the
following son-: Sim G. Erown, of this
city; .lonn. < arron ami hJogrn? tiro^n.;
of this county, and WTliim Brown, of.
Cii.uon. .T. Epps Brcwy, of Atlanta, j
vice president and general manager!
of the Southern Bell Telephone com- j
panv is hcr stepson. i
Jfr. Patterson Cashier.
Mr. H. T. Patterson, formerly of j
"Troy, now connected with the Bank of r
Prosperity, will he cashier of the ba*nk
of Bradtey. This b?nd wa? recently
organized by Mr. A. J. Davis, of Troy,
and Mr. J. A. Hovt, of Columbia, with.
a capital of $15,000.?Greenwood Jcur-j
Death of Mr. Alex Singrleton.
Mr. \!ex. Singleton, one among the!
older citizens of Newberry, died at his;
residence in Friend street on Sunday
night, aged 72 years.
Mr. Singleton had fc-^fii in bad .
health for some time. He had been a
citizen of Newberry for many year? '
and at one time was in the mercantile
business, but for the past several
^ears, when his health permitted, was '
a cotton buyer.
He is survived by his wife who, befnro
hpr marriase. was a Miss Chap
Interment will tve at Rosement cemetery
Judge James P. Piatt Dead.
Meriden, Conn., Jan. 26.?Judge P.
1 Piatt of the United States district court
died at his home here this afternoon
after a long illness of throat trouble.
He wf^ 62 years old and had occupied
his position on the Federal bench
TAKES HIS OWN LIFE.
>fr. iiof>ert A. Welch, a Respected Citizen
of Newberry, Literally Shoots
Too of His Head <>>f With Pistol.
Mr. Robert A. Welch, a citizen of
Newberry for s'-everal yeans, and before
that a farmer >near the city, com
1 J, rr >? ?*!
mittect SUICiae Oil ouiiua,y iiiwi mug, j
shooting the top of his head off with a
44 Colt's army pistol. The deed was
committed about 10 o'clock, and in an
out house in the yard of the residence
in Calhoun street. The sound of the
pistol was heard by the neighbors and,
though unusual for Sunday morning
in Newberry, caused no special alarm
: until the prolonged abs-ence of Mr.
Welch made the meml/ars of the family
uneasy. Mr. L. M. Graham, who
! lived near by went into the back yard
! and found Mr. Welch in an outhouse,
! and dead. Mr. T. P. Johnson, another
neighbor, was called, and Messrs. J.
A. Burton and J. B. Mayes, who were
! on their way to church, stopped in
j and rendered what assistance they
could. Death was instanstaneous.
The ball nassed through the centre of
! the foreh" I d. The pistol was found
underneath the body.
Mr. Welch had been in bad health
for a long time, and it is thought that
continued ill health and d-espondency
caused a temporary unbalanceing of
the mind, and in that state of mind the
deed was committed.
Mr. Welch is survived by three
daughters who lived with him, and two
brottfers. Dr. S. G. Welch and Mr. A.
0. Welch, and two sisters Mrs. E. S.
Coppock and Mrs. Sibbie Wilbur, all
of whom live in Newberry. He has
many fri-ends who are grieved, together
with the members of his immdiate
family, at his fearful taking off.
The funeral and burial were held on
Monday afternoon, the funeral from
the residence, and interment at Rosemont.
The following acted as pallbearers:
L. W. Floyd, S. B. Aull, T. K.
Johnstone, H. H. Abrams, Jno. M. Kinard,
0. B. Mayer., ^he services were
conducted by the Rev. Edw. Fulenwider.
Day by l>*y?
Let me be a little kinder,
Let me be a litle blindeY
To the faults of those about me,
Let me praise a little more: ,
Let me be, when. I am weary,
Just a little bit more cheery,
Let me serve a little better
Those that I am striving for.
Let me be a little braver
When temptation bids me waver,
Let me strive a little harder
Tr> Ho oil fhi?t T sthrmlri hp*
Let me be a little meeker
With the brother that is weaker,
Let me think more of my neighbor
And a little less of me.
Let me be a little sweeter,
Make my life a bit completer,
" I - - T A _
r>y UUlllg waai i auuuiu uu
Every minute of the day;
Let me toil, without complaining,
Not a humble task disdaining;
Let me face the summons calmly
When death beckons me away.
?Detroit Free Press.
He a Booster.
St. Joseph, Mo., Commercial Journal.
Do you know there's lots of people,
Settin' round in every tcwn,
Growin' like a broody chicken,
Knoc-kin' every gcod thing down? 1
Don't you be that kind o' cattle.
'Cause they ain't ro use on earth,
You j"st be a booster roos*?
Crow and boost for all you're worth, i
If your town needs boostin' boost 'er i
Don't held back and wait to see <
ft' some other felkr's willin'? i
Sail right- in, this country's free: 1
Xo one's got a mortgage on it. <
It's just yours as much as his, f
If your town is shy on boosters,
get in the boostin' biz.
If things just donrt seem to suit you,
An' the world seems kinder wrong,
What's the matter with a boa?tin' i
Just to help the thing along;
"Cause if things should stop a-goin' ' N
We'd be in a sorry plight. ! \
You just keep that horn a bio win.'? |g
Boost 'er' up with all your might, j j
If you know som- felkr's failir.'?.
Just lorget em, cause juu auwu j ^
That somp feller's got some good | r
Them's the ones you want to show: i
"Cast your loaves out on the waters, j
They'll come back," as a savin' true, j
-- ' * * 1 ~ 1 t
A16DDG tliey U I'Ulue dcivjn. a-uuucn.u
When same feller boosts for you. j I
$10,000,00(1 for Turkey.
London, Jan. 27.?The Constantino- j .
pie correspondent of the Daily Telegraph
learns that a contract has beenj
signed under which the Ottoman gov- \
ernment will obtain an advance of j
?10.000,000 to be reimbursed out of I
+ 1 AO T-1 i,? (inn n oot i with the!
LllC UtAl 1UUH Hi vuuii .vviv/ii ? m vIA
new concession for th? Metropolitan
railways of Constantinople.
THE BOYS' COKN ( LI B.
Superintendent of Education Anil and
His Corn Club Will <*o to Corn
Show .Next Saturday.
The county sup:ri:itcndent oi' education.
E. H. Auli, in talking about the
trip of the boys' corn club to tho National
Corn Show in Columbia, 011
February 1, stated that he had notified
the boys that the trip would be mad? ;
o\;.r the Columbia, Xewberry and
Laurens railroad, leaving Xewberry!
February 1, at 9.32 a. 111.
He said: "I called the boys to meet
in the office on last Saturday, the 18th,
in order to find out if we could arrange
for them to spend Saturday!
night in Columbia in order to take ad- i
vantage of the invitation frqm the Co- j
lumbia chamber of commerce to attend
the banquet wheh has been tendered
by that organization, at which
the secretary of agriculture, Wilson, j
and the members of the agricultural >
committee of congress will be present.
"Tne Doys were aengniea wun me
idea of having this opportunity and
were perfectly willing to make the
necessary arrangements to attend this
banquet, and spend Saturday night in
"I have notified dv man an tno?e
boys who live in the neighborhood of
Prosperity that their tickets would
read "fro?n Prosperity to Columbia aiid
return," and I will expect them to
join me either at Prosperity or Little
Mountain, which ever would be more
convenient to' them.
"The following are the hoys who j
are expected to join us at Prosperity,
cr other stations below: Seber.i Stockman,
Charlie Wi'se, Jacob Wise, W. M.
Lester, Jr., Cecil Dominick. Byrd Gibson.
Carroll Mills. Arthur E. Derrick.
"VTT T_T D^/\n?r> A Krom Wo rnc.n WTilhnr
yv. ii. di 11, n.ui aiu u ui i ut ?* iwu<
Counts, J. G. Lowman, .T. P. Lowmnn, i
Simpson Harmon, J. A. Earsle, Hermis
Kibler, Luther Kibler. Hugh Epting.
Carl Epting and Drury Ix>vela^ e. j
"The following are -expected to join
the party :t Newberry: Dickson A'e-'
? *ir:i /-ii J ? TT
wine, iviarvjn wiisuu, ummn* u. miiin,
Vance Miller, Walter Trans, Gut ,
Boozer, Frank Boozer, Olan Lee fousin,
John Earle Smith, and William (
"The following boys did not r-nort -it,
Newberry on Saturday, the 18th, and
have not. yet bf-?n beard from, and
therefore, I take it that they do i?ot in-,
tend to go: .Tamss Seibert. A. E. Nioh-,
ols, and L?on Dennis. If, however they
would like to join the party and will (
notify me before Saturday. T will be
very glad to arrans:? for them to be,
members of our party.
"From what I have gathered on a
recent visit to Columbia. I believe we.
will have the largest number of boys
from any corn blub in the State to
attend the National Corn Show in aj
body. It is my purpose to do every.;
thing I can to make tnis trip not ouiy,
pleasant for them, but profitable to
th-em as well.
"I will be out of the county the
greater pa-rt of the week, but will bej
at X-ewberry on Saturday morning to;
take charge of the boys of this club.:
and I want everyone to be on hand'
"J. P. Wairs and Thomas H^v's,!
who are entitled to attend the Corn j
School, in Columbia, are expected to1
go down the first of the week.
"I trust that the trustee? cf all the j
districts in the county will insist upon;
the teachers of the school going to Co- \
Irmbia on Friday the 31st, which is j
Education day at t.h? exposition, and;
which the State superintendent of ed-j.
ncation has recommended as a holiday j
to the schools with pay to the teach-;
it* r\r\ + V?o + l-> at* r? V>/v ottonH
? 1 UM V v/il1* 1 I 1U11 LllClL lie \J 1 OUT ClLl^lIU
the meeting in Columbia. I will be
very glad to see in Columbia on the!
lr?v every teacher in thf common i'
schools of Xewberrv county."
\o Wonder She Fainted.
The smoke curled out of the window;
n thick black clouds. Flames shot up '
ind it was evident that the building
vas doomed. But the firemen were on '
land promptly, had worked rapidly1
iiid all the men, women and children 1
<. < li a V* /\ t. r> /\ ?i ? /\ r\ f>o lr /mi f
:i mi- nuuoc w tji cr oaxcij uuc.
Suddenly a young woman rushed up
o a fireman, her hair hanging down i
md her eyes wide with terror.
"Save it!" she cried. "On! save it|
or it is not mine!"
Without a word the fireman mounted
he ladder amid the cheers of the peo>1.
"How old is it?" inquired a sympahetic
woman in the crowd.
"Only six months?and 0, the man ,
s coming back without it!" i
"Madam, I could not find the child.";
:ie said as the frightened woman met; ]
liim at the foot of the ladder.
ibout a child; it was a little dog that
Child? Why r did not say anything',
I'm taking care of for a friend!" j j
And then she fainted. \ 1
"Hie bonds v.'Tp npproved by r. R.
Rrooks. r-lork of flip supreme court.
. . |
Aff^r a ck.v bo?r;'er ha-= soent the i
rr ^vvier i"1 v J;: an* ir*!
A' it the original sold bricl
factory is located out of town.
Will Hold Next Meeting February ,s.
Teachers Crirrd to Attend National
County Superintendent of Education
10. H. Aull, d. sires the stateni nt-vmade
tliat the county teachers' association
wnicn was to be held on Saturday,
February 1, will be postponed until
the following Saturday. February 8.
This is made necesiary on account of
the National Corn Show, in Columbia,
to which a great many of the teachers
of the county will go, and in fact,
all are expected to attend on Frday,
and they will scarcely have time to
attend the association on Saturday.
Iu addition to that the county superintendent
of education will be absent
en Saturday, that being the cor.i club
.boy.-' day at the National Corn Show,
to which he has agreed to take the
boys cf the corn club of Newberry
county. _ j
All teachers are asked to makn note!
of this a id make their arrangements:
to attend the association on Saturday,!
February 8. The executi<v- committee
will announce the program for this
meeting in the papers b0fr>rc .ie ?'ay
for the meeting.
The farmers are requested to inert|
at Sinvrma <3r?hrvr>l I-Trmcn nnvt EVirlcivi
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Business of i
importance and of interest to all ?ar- I
ners will be transacted..
J. S. Boozer, j
Newberry 21, Clemson
Last Friday Newberry college
basketball team journeyed to Clemson
college and measured strength, skill
and basketball science with ClemsoVs!
quintcr. The game was very fast anct,
en. uines luugu; aim was piay-ca on a
slippery floor with two large iron posts
in the centre. The ball used was under
regulation i:i weight 2nd size. Xot-!
withstanding these hand .caps Coach ;
Holloway's charges displayed better;
team work and really outplayed their
opponents, keeping the ball in New- j
berry's territory most of the time. The
one glaring weakness is -sur ability to i
cage the ball whenever we have a clean
shot for the basket. Every effort will,
be expended this week to remedy this,
vital fault. Following was the line-,
Clemson. Newberry, i
Erwin R. F Biser
Prorost, Evans.. L. F Shealy
Ward C Caldwell1
Kaugeter L. G.. Perritt, Smith j
Field Goals?Erwin 12. Ward 2
Caldwell 6, Biser 3, Shealy 1. Goals
from foul?Erwin "i Shealv 1. Fouls?
' " i
Clemson 6, N'rwberry 2. Referee,
Dobson; Umpire, Hollcway.
1 ?ivheiTT 15, Erskine 10.
From Clemson, the Xewberry "Hot
Shots" went to Due West to play Ers
kine. T1k same was hard fought from
start to finish. We were at a disadvantage
in that it was our first apr
pearance on a dirt coir t. First half
ended 8 to 8. The staying qualities of
Newberry overwhelmed Erskine in thei
second half- Filial score being 15 to
both of there games every nvnl!
played a hard, fast, clean ganr:, and;
, ... I
iruy an deserve great crdit, but the?
work of Captain Mayes atid Caldwell,
in toe Clemson game de;erves especial
mention. In the Erskine games,
Shealy displayed great form when he
dribbled th-e* entire length of the court
and cag^d the ball from a difficult
a,ngle. Captain Mayes and Caldwell,
were again in the limelight; .Bis* r,j
Perrkt and Smith also showed great j
form. For Erskine, Captain Bell, j
Whiteside- and Galloway starred.
Erskine^ Newberry. |
Taylor R. F...K Biser;
White sides L. F Shealy'
Bell /.C Caldwell |
Rlakely R. G Mayes !?
Gralloway L. G... Smith, Perritt'
Field goals?Whit-?sides ">, Biser 1.
^hpnly 3, Caldwell 3. Goal from fouls
?Shealy 1. Rfferee, Grier; Umpire, j
ROXDS 1VERE. APPROVED
IX THE TILUIAX CASE
Provision of Order of Supreme Court
Carrie*! Out hv >frs. I,hcv Dmra*
and B. R. Tillman, Jr.
Mrs. Lucy Dusras and her former
t> v> TiuWM)1. jr. Saturday;
nvP i orri in tlio sum r>f oon ~nrh. i
IS rofl I ir *" oT-^r>" pf th "* SfU-j
r>rerpo co> rf issuffi ~pvpn>l week? r>p-o.1
or control .>t Dousohka P1* kons |
I'i'lman and Sara Starke Tillman, j
'loir rliil 1-0
r - t r * * *y v v
j < > <t> <?>< > ^ /?> /? < <?> < > ,<j> < > vS; '** <$/ < )
i The following querry has be ! ;
adopted by the i\ pres-ciitatives of the i
Phrenakosmian and Excelsior literary
societies as the ubject for the annual
\Tnrr-h H-aliatn- "R enl'.'nH th.it women
should be admitted to the electorate!
in the United States." The affipna- J
Tive will be uphvld by the Phrenakos-!
mians and the negative will be de
fo: ded by the Excelsiors.
The Athletic as-ociation of the coi-J
| lege has been reorganized and it now j
'">s eh.irre of all the athletics instead!
of as before, each branch of athletics i
having a separate organization. Aj
: constitution and a suitable set of by-j
laws have been writte.i and will be I
adopted at an early meeting of the
; association at which time the n-'w office!
s wfl l e elect d and duty install
I erl. The initiation price is three dol|
lars. and each member is giv;n a J
ticket which admits him to all athletic (
! games played in Newberry. The new
association h the direct result of the
efforts of Coach Hollo way a d severa'
ne-rabers -~>f student tody. The
popularity of their p'an is shown bvj
'the fact that o*er a hundred members
, . ,, .
nave aJr^aay been enron-i-a.
Tlie announcement of the rrtum of
Prof. Gilbert P. Voigt as a member of
our faculty next fall was met with
tremendous applause by ths students.
U;ianmiously they adopted a resolution
expressing their gratitude at
^Prof. Voigt's decision.
Rev. Prof. A. J. Bowers addressed!
the Y. M. C. A., in his usual eloquent
manner last Sunday.
TVio ConiArf. n-An hact^t 11 !
1 liiVi C) ?? VII v yuwuv.*. w*A**
championship last Friday, when they
def-rated the Freshmen 22 to 7. The
Juniors copped secod place when!
they won from the Sophomores in the I
clo- est game of the series, 12 to 6. j
The final standing is as follows:
* W. L. PC.
Seniors 3 0 1000
Juniors 2 1 667
Sophomores 1 2 333
Freshmen 0 3 000
President Harms returned Wedne
day from a short trip to Jacksonville,
The following were elected officers
of the tennis club for the ensuing!^
term: President, D. F. Barber; vice
president, J. M. Black; ^secretary, E. R.
Hipp; treat:urer and manager. Prof. 1
E. B. Srtzler; executive committee,
Prnf tt R 1 L Keitt. G. H. .
>TK. UNDERWOOD DENIES
A MENACE TO BUSINESS .
Washington, Jan. 25.?Chairman Ui\
dei wood announced emphatically at
the tariff hearing today that there!
was no intention of cutting rates of
duty so lew a'ong competitive lines! ^
as to ruin the business interests of;
the country. He took exception in,
intimations he attributed to Rspubli- _
can members that the Democratic ma- j
jority of the committee purposed to
Illcllvt; 1 aitts 111(11. VY'i/UiU uiomi u uuoi- J
ness prosperity. ! j
"I deny that there is any such intention,"
he snid following remarks of1
Representative Payne, ranking Repub-j ,
lichn member ot* the committee.
The committee which heard testiipo-.
y of many manufacturers and
i mporters or. the flax, hemp and jute
schedule was not dispos-sd to question 1
the competitive character and luxury
classification of many of tfte laces,' ?
embroideries and other articks in the;
schedule. Mr. Underwood took occasion
to agree with some of them that j
their competitive statute seemed to1
have been sustained, which is in favor
of approximately the same rates on ^
rany items. 1
The Manila export tax on Manila
most profitable in the whole tariff
scheme and produced last year more
than $49,000,000 revenue with duties
amounting above 4"> per ce.it ad valr
rtvom Onmr. tVincD ortl'oloc? will hp
^111. UU1UC V i. UJtOV uiuvivo ??*?* ^ ~
reduced to stimulate competition and
Th Manila export tax on Manila
hemp was questioned by th? co nmittee
when the subject was brought up
by Edwi 1 T). Metcalf, of Auburn. X.
Y., a rope manufacturer. Mr. Metcalf
said the duty was a relic of the Spanish
regime in the Philippines, and that "V
the benefits cf the refund allowed to
importers in this country operate to "V
the benefit of the American consumers.
Mr. ["tnderwood criticised it as a bad I1
mw. |l was SIIKKfMnj Liini <111 r a | ti
law anyway was not in keeping with \
the spirit of the American constitution.
At the home of the bride's mother
in Newberry on Sunday afternoon at
C.30 c'clocK by the P=>v. E. C. Witt, Mr. ^
A. B. Asbill and Miss Lera Taylor .
were happily united in marriag'.
^vry tune ner nusuanu consuueu me*
r"'i'.vav t.ino tfbl? a su-picious wife "V
wonders if there is another woman in
( OTTO\ HAKKET. \^J|
'Corrected by Nat Gist). ^
Seed .35 ^
(By Robt. McC. Holmes.)
Cotton 12 1-2
Cotton : .12*4
Cotton seed. .. 40 ^
Little Mountain. ..
Cotton 1? to 12*4.
Cotton seed, per 100 1.25
Seed, per TOO 1.40
Cotton a ?2
Seed, per 100 1.35
SPECIAL NOTICES. \
One Pent a Wa**1 NA oJ.
? ? M WW VI W< * * V GIW
vertisement taken for lest
than 25 cents.
WASTED?To make several loan^ of
$1,000 to $1,500 each. H. C. Hollo- '
way. 12-2 i-tf.
ONE or two horse farm to rent. Apply
to M. 31. Buford, Newberry, S. C.
WANTED ?A seeoua hand engine n
wheels, 12 or 25 horse power Ajax?
or 12 or 16 horse power Tozer. Ad- *
dress G. E. Caughman, Leesyille, S.
DR, J. K. GILDER, JR., Dental Par- g
lor.=, in postoffice building, corner 1
Caldwell and Friend streets.
10-29-tf . *
UOVEY TO LE>TD?Money to lend on
real estate. Long time ind easy
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter.
DITIZEXS wanting Berranfcs may bs
supplied with same by communcating
with James S. Daniel, 825 Scott
street, city." ll-281tf. a
RUY a tenuine diamond ring 1tor $15
at Williamson's. FB-cf
FABXERS, we have a few "McKay**
stalk cutters left, at bargain prices.
Also complete line turn plows and
harrows. If needing anything in
this line we will save you money.
Purcell & Scott. 1-17-tf.
OOPER & GRIFFIN'S man, T. F. Ray, ^
is at Johnson & McCrackin's. See
him before selling your cotton.
1-17-tf. * j
WHITE LEGHORN eggs for sale, 75
cents a setting. Welch Wilbur, R.
F. D. No. 3. 1-21-St.
'RESH FISH every Friday and Satur- ^ ^
day. Also first-class groceries? Jt
Xew Orleans syrup, etc.?on hand. V
will please you. Quick delivery, j
Henry Bowie-. Phone 181. l-2$-lt I
'OK .SALE?Firie White Wyandot
cockerels, T.j ceflts each. Englaud
Dull puppi's> $r,.oo each, entitled to
r gistration. Write Haywood Colemar.,
Silverstreet, S. C., R. F. D. 1.
lEAIHJl AKTEliS for fine mules. Car '
load j;:st arrived, Tenzeasee and
Kentucky; prices right. At Jacobs
Stabks. Jacobs and Wilson.
'OH SALE?Indian Runner ducjc
eggs. white eggs $1.50 a setting. *
Lenore Eroaddus. 1-28-1L
Still Bringing Tlieni In.
Dorroh arrested Willis Rice for vag- ^
aucy. Tried bifore Magistrate Samle,
$25 or 30 days.
Dcrroh arrested Wade. Robertson
nd Emma Robertson for violating
ispensary law. Gave bond.
Turner arrested .John Lindsay for
iolating dispensary law. In jail.
Progress Toward Nature.
Voman surely is progressing; j
No one doubt that in the least;
v nere tne sagesi guests are pressing
She presides at wisdom's feast
lers the uplift and the leaping?
This again no one denies? i
Vhere mankind is only creeping.
Hers the voice that bids him arise. 4
yen her gowns bespeak advance- .
Back to nature, as they say, j _
ind the men gaze in enhancement,
Seeing fashion's trend that way.
'or with skininson so striking.
Minus neck and train and sleeve,
Roman's gowns are surely hiking
Back to vogue of Mother Eve.
?New York Times.