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ITKELY PERSONAL, j
t he Movements of Many People, Xew- j
berriuns, and Those Who Visit
Mr. Henry Lane of Hendersonville,
^ in the city.
Mr. Juo. L. Cook was in the city
Wednesday from Prosperity Xo. 4
E. D. Pearce of Xcwberry is an ex^vioi^r?'fh
yVOlLIVll ?wavw*. - ? v- ?
Mr. J. W. McCaslan is spending the
?Jay in Newberry.?Greenwood JourMrs.
W. T. Tarrant, of Batesburg,
arrived Wednesday to visit her stepson,
Mr. R. L. Tarrant.
Mrs. T. J. Pope of Newberry, is
^ere on a visit to her mother, Mrs.
Eugene B. Gary.?Abbeville M-dium.
Mr. R. Y. Lea veil is able to be out
:again, having recovered from the severe
accident which laid him up.
Mr. J. B. More, wao lives just over
the line from Newberry in Lexington
county, was in the city Tuesday.
H. C. Strother, of Newberry, is at
the Imperial hotel for the corn exposition.?Columbia
Mrs. G. L. Robinson and children
1^v-i->n/i fvi-km QqIIpv Mrs Rob
nave itmi utu iiuiu ,
inson's mother being somewhat better.
Mr. Holland R. Paysinger has returned
from Augusta, where he was
visiting his sister, Mrs. H. 0. Lorick.
Mrs. Alma Taylor after visiting the
corn exposition, will visit her daughter,
Mrs. Herbert Ehrhardt, at Ehrhardt.
Mrs. J. M. Waldrop. of H-endersonville,
is visiting her brother, Mr. C. .
Davis, and her daughter, Miss Lula
Mrs. W. C. Schenck left Wednesday
? ' * r>
to visit ner motner, sara. v/.
in Spartanburg, Mrs. Corrie Greneker
returning on Wednesday.
Mrs. S. P. Derrick is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Hunter near Prosperity!
The Latter is advanced in age and is
nuite foeble.?Leesville cor. The State;
Mr. M. C. Shirey, of Leesville, visited j
' liis daughters, Mrs. J. D. Kioard and!
Mrs. R. D. Kinard, in Newberry this I
Messrs. B. F. Mills and L. P. Mills, j
sifter visiting the corn exposition,;
vent to Charleston to visit Mr. Ben;
.Mills's sou. in that city.
Hon. Geo. S. Mower, treasurer of'
lErskiae college, came up on Monday)
Kms-v- oil A*v viner tuition ;
-O 11VI r> o? UU^ W' Uii v?v^ - - ^
Irom the students of Erski.ie college..
?A. P.. Presbyterian. i
Miss Sadie Goggans has gone to
IV: vada, Mo., where she has accepted
position to teach history and higher;
algebra in Ccttey College.?Newberry
Mr. 0. Kiettn^r and other speakers
iiave been invited to address Omaha
tribe, No. 75, Independent Ord^r of
Red Men, at Prosperity, Friday night,
7 o'clock. All the member> are cor-;
dially invited to be present.
Rev. 0. G. Davis, of Prosperity,!
spent Friday night and Saturday in
Due West. He attended th~> Philoma- :
thean celebration. Mr. Davis left;
Saturday evening for Greenwood,'
where he preached on Sabbath.?A. R.
Mrs Sarah Aull who now resides
Avitn ner son in Louuuuia, i& uu? vinning
friends and relatives in and"
around Leesvllle Mrs. Aull lived here
until the death of her husband about
a year and a half ago.?Leesville cor.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. I
See the new Pope Big 4 motorcycle
at Collins and Smith.
Subscribers are requested to return
to the library books taken out, instead
of passing them on to oth'r subscribers.
There will be preaching at Clayton
Memorial church Sunday morning at
11 o'clock. There will be a congrega
tionai meeting immediately after
preaching service. j
The young ladies of Central church
are planning to give a valentine entertainment
and supper on February
14. The place will be announced
The Woman's Home and Foreign J
Missionary society of the Church of
the Redeemer will hold week of prayer.
services from Monday, 10th, to Friday,
inclusive, at home of Mrs. E. R.
Hipp. Meetings open at 4 p. m. All
women of the church are urged to at
Mr. B. T. Anderson has come from
Greenwood with Mr. R. H. Anderson
in the two stores here, Mr. W. H.
Anderson having: gone from X-ewberry
to Greenwood to associate with Mr. H.
A. Anderson in their stores chore. It'
is a kind of a swapping around of
The Andersons in Greenwood and
Probate Judge Claude C. Schumpert.
says that the law requires marriage i
certificates to be returned to his of- j
flee within 15 days after issuance. All;
interested will please take notice.
1 >*"? T-T T T>-< r\f PrACnATIf"V
*1I . XI. 1 . X an.\ i guu, \JJ. JL ?W|,V .vj , |
will make an address at Unity next;
Sunday afternoon at 3.30 in the interest
of the Sabbath school work. All
are cordially invited to come out and
Marriage licenses were issued by
Probate Judge Claude C. Schumpertj
as follows: On Tuesday to Mr. Jessie j
R. Hall and Miss Lillie Mae Collins, j
and on Wednesday to Mr. Stephen |
Green and Miss Lillie Gruber. All of
these parties are of West End.
Messrs. J. Tom Mayes and G. Iceland
Summer have bought out the
firm of E. A. Griffin & Co., and will |
continue the business at the samej
stand. Both of these well known and j
' active citizens are men of experience
! in mercantile affairs. Their high 1
1 standing in the community and as suc|
cessors to one of the best and most j
f prominent firms in the place will in;
sure for them continued good patron- I
i Through a private letter we learn j
j of the recent death in Charleston of.
1 Mrs. Annie Meggett Wilkinson. 1 nis
will be sad news to her Newberry |
! friends, among whom she sp-e>nt many j
' years of *h?r youth. The same letter j
1 mentions that Mrs. Meggett is very ill
| in Charleston, and also that Mr. Meg- j
! gett was suffering from a broken hip, i
j being in a hospital in Atlanta, in
j which city he was visiting his daugh|
ter, Mrs. Sue Boland.
Sheriff Cannon G.' Blease and Officer
j T. A. Berley arrested Jim Plyler, of .
j ua.Kia.nci, an-Q janeu mui fin 1^ ??cvipesday
morning. Plykr knocked
Henry Austin in the head with an .
iron bar at the mill just before work j
hours Wednesday morning. It is not!
thought that Austin is dangerously!
| hurt. Plyler will appear for bail be- j1
! fore Magistrate J. C. Sample this (;
I week. It is a remarkable coincidence j
jthat about 18 years ago Austin's fath-j
er was killed by a blow at the Samei
part of the head where young Austin <
received the blow, the only difference j
bfing: that the wound which caused ']
bis father's death was made by a \
rock. \ ]
A Snddea Death. I
Mr. Wm. W. Griffin who lived with! 1
his son, ^[r. Ben Griffin, near Jalapa, I j
was found dead in bed Tuesday morn- <
ingf. Mr. Griffin was 80 years old. H' j i
was buried at Colony on Wednesday s
afternoon at 2 o'clock, service by the 1
Rev. 'P. E. Shealv.
Fonnder's Day. ! '
This morning (Friday) at 8.45 j ^
o'clock the college will er-i borate i
Founder's Day in the chapel. The addrpcp
n-P] he delivered by the Rev.!
C. E. Weltner, I). D? of Columbia. Dr.1 ^
Weltner is always good to hear. His j i
'''" nor ic jrrpfsistabie and h-= alwaysj ]
brings a stimulating message. The j ;
people of the town are invited to be j J
present to hear the address, and join | *
in the college songs. The Glee club >J
win ieaa me singing anu rcuuci a^?-.
eral special selections. j
Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edward Fulenwider, Pastor), j
Nothing preventing, the following j
will be the program of divine services;
at the Lutheran Church of the Re- j
deemer next Sunday: j
11 a. m.?The regular morning ser-j
vice. The pastor will preach on the j
subject: "Opening the Iron Gates."j
The sermon will be appropriate to the !
ninit *v?o Untfti when I
J lljS. HI l?lv. ,j J
the sufferings and death of the Savior! j
of the world will be studied, and men 1,
will be drawn closer to Him. Frown-j\
ing. sullen, and grim, the iron gates I
stand across life's roadways. But we! ,
do not fac?e the.-n alone. He who over- j
came Satan and all his hosts is with
us still. Th- re will be good music at
7.30 p. m.?The regular evening ser-; 1
vice with a sermon by the pastor.
4 p. m.?Sunday school meets. i
A cordial invitation to all the ser
vices is extended the public.
Mrs. W. Benton Xickles and little!
Dorothy, are visiting relatives in New- j '
berrv.?Hodges cor. Greenwood Index, j
Mr. J. L. Snelgrove has moved to; i
Newberry, wnere ne win go uuo iuisimeat
market business.?Del mar cor.:
Leesville News-Advocate. j i
Mr. Ernest L. Paysinger and family [j
have moved from the country to the;/
city, living- with Mrs. M. L. Werberj
at corner of Harrington and Calhoun;"
Coming soon, "The Dove in the Eag- j i
les Nest," book by Mrs. Younge, pro- j 1
duced by Thanhouser in two reels. i
COOTY TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.
greeting- Will be Held at the High
School Building on Saturday,
Th*- County Teach: rs* association
will meet in the high school building
at Newberry on Saturday, February 8,
at 12 o'clock promptly. The hour has
been changed in order that the teachers
from Cha-ppells and on the Southern
may come down on the train due
at 11.38 and return to their homes on
th# afternoon train. This will not
inconvenience anyone who desires to
a tn thp mp^tine from below New
WUAV/ wv V?V
berry, and those who wish to come on
the C. N. & L. may do so and return
It is hoped that there will l>e a full
meeting, and inasmuch as the commit- i
tee on program has not arranged,
any special program for this meet- i
ing, we will turn it into a round table
talk, and those teachers who attended
the National Corn Show may
tell us something of that, and others
may ask questions about anything con ?
cernmg men wuia upun nmv/u |
they would like to have discussion.
The teachers will not be detained more
than an hour.
Death of Mr. Bartow Franklin.
Mr. T. Bartow Franklin died at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John W. Franklin, at West End, on
Tuesday afternoon about 5 o'clock after
an illness of seven weeks, hav?
"* rnriATitlir frA\r? fVlQ hnoni'
lllg lClUJ UI 'l i>-' cui iji uu.u
il where he had b?en for treatment.;
He was buried at Rosemont cemetery
Wednesday afternocm at 5 o'clock, service
by the Revs. A. M. Gardner and
J. W. Carson. Mr. Franklin was a
young man of -excellent character. He
was 21 years old. Besides his parents
ho ?O!)VPQ RAVPral cictAra and brothers
to mourn his death. They have the
sympathy of the community in their!
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Prof. Yoigt to Betnra.
President Harms announced in the
college chapel a few days ago the good j
news that Prof. Gilbert P. Voigt will;
return to his chair of Modern Languages
at the college next session.!
Fie is at present with the University;
Df Virginia: Th-e students ch- ored the
announcement loudly. Prof. Voigt is
more than popular. He is loved a.:d;
admired by all the students. The stu3
1 1 n t*Anoincr
j^iii ana mcuiiy duup\i <x
-esolution -expressing their joy in his
Jecision to return, and forwarded it to
Venberry Visitors at Com Exposition.
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Eskridge, Mrs.
R. H. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Ghas. S.
Suber, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Rikard, Mr.
>nd Mrs. E. W. Hiegins, Mrs. Ka^ E.
3oozer, Robert Boozer, Mrs Mary
^ettner, Miss Amelia Klettner, Silas
Klettner, Mi-s Henrietta L-?onh-erth,
VIrs. G. E. Dominick, Mi&s Mazie Dom- :
nick, Mi-s Genevieve Evans, Mrs.
Vlartha Boozer, Mrs. Jos. Kilgore. Mrs.
Mma Taylor, Miss Alio?' Cannon, Miss
fosie Hutchinson, Miss Grace Hutchn?on,
Miss Anc>e Ruff, Miss Kate Ne 1,
j. W. Floyd, Jno. W. Senn, Auditor
Srg. S. Werts, Dr. J. M. Kibler, Verlon
Wilson, Ed Senn, He.iry Paysing' r,
Dick Martin, B. F. Goggans, E. D.
Pearce, J. 0. Havird, J. H. Summer,
r. J. Hayes, Lancey Dickert, Miss Alice
3ickert, Mrs. Edw. Fulenwider and
ions, .Tas. M. Barre, Jno. H. Sh:-aly,!
Hf. C. Strotber, T. E. Chandler, B. F.
Jill?, Ralph Mills, B. H. Wilson, Mr.
lid Mrs. E. C. Folk, S. W. Derrick, M.
B. Caldwell, G. B. Summer, M. M.
But'ord, H. C. Holloway, Holland R.
3ayainger, L. P. Mills, J. A. Sean, Mr.
ind Mrs. H. H. Abrams, Mr. and Mrs.
i. L. Parr, Mr. and Mrs. \V. J. Swit-;
^nb^rg. Wm. Johnson, W. M. Suber,
G. S. Blease.
In His Native Element at Least.
Belle and Alice were discussing
"Alfred ^you know, is spending the
winter in Florida," said Belle, "'and
tmong his Christmas presents n-? seiu
hp the dearest little aligator you ever
"How lovely," said Alice; "but how
n> you sroing- to keep him?" j
"I hardly know," said Belle, "but I'wj
>ut liim in Florida water until I hear;
Q-ittirHav at ArMfi " "Thf> C!itV
Mouse," Thanhouster; "Their Masterpiece,"
American; "The Cure That j
Failed," Keystone; and a two-r^el j
feature, five reels in all. Come early, j
_ . (
Coming Arcade Monday, "Child La-!
bor," by Majestic; a great drama on.
i vita! subject with a special appeal'
to all classes. Dealing with the most
important question before the civiliz- j
Jiuoh Cotton SMII on Ilaixl?Larger
Amount of Cotton Seed Sold in
Special to The Herald and News.
Pomaria, Feb. G.?Although it is jusi
February it is beginning 10 look very
much like spring among out farmers, j
Some of them have already began <
hauling their fertilizers and preparing
their land for raising .more cotton, i
while a majority of them still have
some of their lait year's crop un- j
der their sheds, waiting for a higher
price. We beli-eve our farmers are
making a great mistake in usi:ig too
much fertilizers. Although this seems
net to influence th-^m this year, mor?
is going to be used, and the price
higher than it was last year. We believe
in higher fertilizing, but a good
plan would be to reduce the acreage,
while this would also reduce the fertilizer
Our town can boast a little on th* ;
cotton seed bought here during the
s-eason; to the present time SetzVr
Co. has bought 460 tons alone, while 1
there are three' other buyers here that
w? have no report from.
The unusually warm winter has
caused the ladies around h-re to be
?in cai ly ^ai1115. r vao, tai/ua^,
oniors, etc., can be seen from a distance.
The health of the community is un!
usually good. No serious illness at all
! around here at this time. Miss Eloise
Hipp, who was real sick of pneu- *
monia, is able to be out again, to the
delight of h:-r many friends.
Mr. Jas. P. Setzler spent several
days of last week in Atlanta on business.
! Quite a number of our people in and
around Pomaria attended the corn exposition
in Columbia this week. Among
them were: Rsv. and Mrs. J. A. Lynn,
Miss Ida Eddy, Messrs. Jno. C. Aull
and Master Herbert Aull, Ben W. Setzler,
Geo. W. Setzl-er, Jno. P. Setzler,
Dr. and Mr3_. Pinner, Mr. and Mrs. j
W. W. B-erley, Masters Cecil and Robert
Berley, Geo. B. Aull, Jno. J. H-e-ntz,!
A. I,. Aull, B. T. Richardson, Willie
D. Hatton, W. L. Bedenbaugh/ Thos.!
E. Hentz. Some are so well pleased!
they have made the second trip.
Mr. C. H. Counts has gone to At
lanta to spend a f?w months- He will j
also visit other parts of Georgia be- i
fore returning home. ?
Mrs. Ligon is on an extended visit,
to her song in Gr^mvrood and Anderson.
Miss Margaret O'Xeall, teacher at ]
the Wheeland school, Mr. and Mrs. E.
L. Sease and their daughter, Miss Eli-. ;
zabeth, visited at Mr. and Mrs. Geo. ]
W. S^tzler's Saturday night and Sun-'
day of last week.
Miss Anna i\oon nas reuirnea iro:u
a weeks' visit to friends and relatives '
in the Zicn section, near Prosperty. J
Mr. E. n. Feagle spent Saturday in ;
town. j (
Miss Olive Fo^c, of the Matthew c<^- j
tion, visited at Mrs. T. E. Hentz's Sat- ,
urday and Sunday of last week. j j
Miss Mary 9*?tzler, who has bee.i vis-1
iting ber sister, Mrs. Annie Hentz, has; (
returned to her home at Clinton, ac- j,
companiod by her friend, Miss Mary!
Mr. Jas. P. Shealy and wife, of New-' ]
berry, spent Saturday night and Sun-1
day with Mr. T. A. Setzler. I i
Mr. Gus Fulmer, of Columbia, spent
several days of last week with Mr. |(
Our new Lutheran church received 1
a Christmas present from the Ladies'j1
Aid society of Pomaria, in the form cf j'
a fine Brussell carpet, which added a j
great d^al to the interior of the church. \1
We want the next present to be a beat- j ^
ing and light apparatus. We hope -ome i *
good Lutheran wont make us want;
until next Christmas for that. j5
The high school is the topic of tbe|]
c'av hrre. More bonds have already'
been issued for the new school build-;'
ing. This is, and should bo. the most j :
important subject q? the day for our I
town is certainly in need of a good j '
high school, and we hope the trustees; '
with the assistance of the patrons, and (
the county superintendent of educa-1
tion, K. H. Anil, will continue in their ! :
efforts and that b'"forc long Pomaria j
can boast of a tine high school.
Master Charlie Lominick is clerking '
for W. B. Couiits.
Mr. C. H. Counts has sold out his j,
store stock to his Brother, Mr. W. B.i
Counts, who will do business at the;
sa-np old stand. Mr. Count's health'.
had become so bad that he thought
best to go out of business. . (
Mr. J. R. Livingston sold out his j;
store stock to Mr. David Sawyer, who j
will do business in the store vacatedj ,
by Mr. Livingston. j
The store formerly run by Mr. .J. J.
Kibler is vacant. Mr. Kibl??r has mov-! <
?cl his t>t.ore goods to His nome near (
St. Paul's church, where he will run j
a -mall country store in connection;'
with his farm.
1I.ICH.1IAN CHAPEL NOTES.
Very Wild Winter But Plenty of Bain
Reported?Items of Social and
Sp- cial to The Herald and Xewss.
Prosperity, Fvb. 4.?We are having!
plenty of rain now but this has been ;
a remarkably mild winter so far when'
compared with last winter. Some i
days really seem like Spring. Grain j
is looking well. I>ooks better now i
than in March last year.
Mrs. J. P. Kinard who has been
suffering with heart trouble for 'some
time is still v-=ry sick. Her condition j
is such that it compels her to sit in j
a criair most of the time. Her many I
friend-3. and relatives trust that she;
may soon recover.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Frankiin of near
Leesville came over last Saturday P.
A.T ovirJ cnont c.e.vf>V?a 1 riflVc with rpla
auu o|/v?iv uv ? wi ?^ ??
tives and friends in this section. Mr. I
Franklin has just recovered from aj
F?vere spell of sickness.
Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Wilson of near!
Xev.berry spent last Sunday with their
siiter Mrs. .T. P. Kinard.
Mr. Ella B. Wilson and sister Miss
Ru'h, spent Sunday at the home of
Mr. T. J. Wilson.
Mrs. A. M. Dominick and son Mr.
John of near Colony visited in this
section last Saturday night and Sunday.
Mr. Willie Franklin and sister,
Miss Carrie, of Saluda spent a portion
of last week with relatives in this
Mr. Herman Kinard and Miss Bertha
Long returned home with them and
According ot the "ground hog" theory
we may expect some rough weather
yet. I suppose he saw his shadow
last Sunday though not long at
Rev. D. P. Boyd of Newberry preached
at Cannons Creek la=t Sunday P.
M. owing to th^ a.bsence of the pastor
Rev. 0. G. Davis.
Communion services will be held
at Colony on the fourth Sunday morning
in this month with preparatory !
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services on saiurcray previous ai u
o'clock A. M. As many as can convenient
attend these services are
urged by the pastor to do so..
,Visiting members are alwarys welcome
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Wilson and bro4
ther Clyde spent last Saturday liight
with 3fr. and Mrs. W. W. Kinard of
Mr. Herman Wilson after a three
weeks stay in Columbia has returned
Mrs. Jno. M. Schumpert of iKar Mt. I
Pilgrim spent a part of last we-ek with
Mr." and Mrs. Levi Schumpert.
Ifany People Attend Com Exposition j
in Columbia?Special Trains
Spc-cial to The Herald and Xewss.
Excelsior, Feb. 6.?The grain in |
:his. section is looking fine for the
>ime of y?ar.
Mr. Asther Fellers of Old Town
;pent Saturday and Sunday with his
jncl-? Mr. J. A. C. Kibler.
Messrs. J. D. Stone ana L>avia ^ckjk.|
are in Saluda county doing* some car-|
Mr. Elan Stone who has been worV#?
ing i-n Columbia for some time relumed
home Monday having complet-!
?d his work then-:. ^ !
Mrs. J. D. Lorick who has been at
:he Columbia hospital for seme- time
jnder-gomg an oj>eraiion, is imprcrvxg
and hopes to return home soon.
Mrs. P. S. Cook and children who
lave been spending some time with
tiis mother's family here returned to
Mrs. J. F. Wheeler and Mrs. James>
5ease have been spending a few days j
Mi s. Ernest Addv and children of j
Saluda county spent Sunday with herj
tliiivV. foinilv \Tr T T)
A good many of our people have
been down to the corn exposition in j
Columbia. If the railroads would have!
operated a special train to Columbia!
Thursday and Friday of each we-'.kj
^Jing down early in the morning and
returning late in the evening all the I
people, would have attended the corn!
show while as it was they can't be.
away from home two days and a night, j
Phis special train two days out of j
each week would have given the people
an opportunity to see the corn exposition
and then paid the railroads!
a handsome sum for their trouble.
Jess Kinard and Adam DeWalt, both!
colored, while at a wood sawiug a few I
nights ago on Mr. J. A. C. Kiblers i
place became entangled in a quarrel
nhonf a woman and Adam DeWalt!
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was seriously stabbed in his left sid-el
with a knife by Jf-ss Kinard. Jess Kinard
has been arrested and placed in |
NVwoerry jail. Dr. O. B. Simpson and j
Dr. .1. J. Dora i nick are attending to j
the cut nc-gro xnd they have some'
[io;>- or" his recovery. Both negro s
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"Corrected by Nat Gist).
Cotton 12 Seed
(By Robt. McC. Holmes.)
Cotton 12 1-2
'Cotton seed 46
Seed.... ... 36
Little Mountain. ..
Cotton 12 to 12%
Cotton seed, per 100 1.25
Seed, per 100 1.4Q
Seed, per 100 1.35
Seed 37 1-2
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for leu
than 25 cents.
DR. J. K. GILDEB, JIL, Dental Parlors,
in postoffice building, corner
Caldwell and Friend streets. ^
10-29-tf . '
HONEY TO LEND?Money to lend on
real estate. Long time ind easy
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter.
riTl71?\fi monfinc aor^anfrc mav hft
V 1 1 X gJ ?J *s7 rf Vl**4V*J uim;
supplied with same by communcating
with James S. Daniel, 825 Scott I
street, city. ll-281t?
BUY a genuine diamoc' ring for $15
at Williamson's. Fs-tf
FARMERS, we have a few "McKay" I
stalk cutters left, at bargain prices.
A1__ 1-*- 11-- -.1 I
aisu uuiupj**it? iiue luiu yiuYta ouu |
harrows. If needing anything in
this line we will save yon money.
Purcell & Scott 1-17-tl
FOB SALE?One good / milch cow.
Freeh in milk. Acply to C. Vt. bA- /
ford, Kitards, R. F. D. 2. 2-4.3t
FOB SALE?Three lots on corner of j
Main and Calhoun streets. Plat and I
terms can be seen at ofl$ce of Dr. I
J as. Mcintosn. s>. j. vvooien, v*rwnxvood,
S. C. ,2.4.3t?ltaw, |
Professional Card?Dr. J. William I
Fulk recovered from illness. Phone j
No. 2912. It. * 1
AT THE THEATO. J
Three Extra Good Reels at the Oli J
Court Honse Today (Thursday).
The patnme of the Theato, old courx
house, will see three extra good pic- 3
tniiav (Thursday). "The
UU4A.O VW % _ ?
Express- Girl," a Kalem film, sho^qj
irg how a girl saves the express package
and also causes the capture of' I
the thieves. "Captain Barnacle, Re- I
former," is a erood dra:na. "An In
dian's Friendship," E-?samay, a grip- I
ping Western drama with G. M. An- .9
in his famous role of "Bronch^ I
Billy." This is truly a great picture^ I
and ->v?rybodv that visits the Theato I
knows Mr. Anderson.
The nrice remains tie- same, 5 afd fl
For Friday, "The Old Reporter," I
F?V.*t>n. a drama; "The- tight Tkafc I
Failed." Pathe drama; "AHcali Ikelf I
Close Shave," Essamay comedy.
When Tommy Saw Sister.
Mother was entertaining Edithfc^M
youns: man whii? Eidth was making
her toilet. In the midst of the waifcJH
t+1 e nsr. MB
inar little iommy cam? m?.v ?
lor, wild-eyed with fright. f||
"Come, mother," he stammered, iUet H
us go quick." H
"Why, dear," ?aid the mother, sur- H
prised "what is the matter?"
"Cone, hurry. You know you said H
yesterday that an Indian always paints H
his face before going on the warpath, ffl
scalping and tomahawking ana inur- m
An Accomplished Minister.
Church service was over on1 Christ- B
mas mornins: and thr^e prominent I
nKnbprs walked home together, dis-1
cussing the sermon.
?-- " : a 4-v. ^ fir-ct onfrhiisiiaS- I
1 T'"II V >H. t>rI4U I ur in ov ?
tieilly. "Doctor Blank can c^rtaialj^H
dive dpppor into the truth than an^^H
t"-~~i^pr i over heard!"
"Y^-s,' said thr se^o^d man, "an^l he BBB
can ?tav under longer" Jfl
"Yes." ?aid the third, "and come np^H
dri^r."?Todies' Home Journal.
w r? is thp fa-iIt. Jess Kinard lives on
I. A. C. Kibler's ulac^ and Adam
O^Walt liv-s on Mr. I>. B. books'!