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1TKELY PERSONAL. I
The Movements of 3Iany People, >'ewberrians,
and Those Who Visit ;
Mr. .1. F. Schumpert has changed
from town back to R. F. D. 4.
Hon. Geo. S. Mower left fo~ ^r-,-<n
ville Monday afternoon on business.
Mrs. P. E. Scott is visiting in Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. West.left Saturday
for New York, to be absent
about a week.
Messrs. Joe Hutchinson and Ver-j
r^iio^c r.f Pnlnvnhia. snent Sun-|
U\Jll cv/>ma) Ui ,
day in the city.
Misses Grady and Gertrude Wicker,
of Columbia, spern Sunday at their
Mrs. J. X. McCaughrin and little son
Robert, returned last w-pek from :i visit
- ** 1?\ro I
to tier sisier at r reuentAsuaig, ??..
Miss Drussie Smith, of Whitmire,
spoilt Saturday in the city.?Clinton
Mr. Oswald" 0. Copeland, of Newberry,
was in town Wednesday.?
Mr. H. C. Bouknight has changed
from Ninety Si.v to Newberry?Oak
Insuranceman Percy Malior), whose '
headquarters are in Uniop, spent the
-week-end at home.
The Misses Griffin, four sisters, of
Williamston, are visiting their relai
tive, Mrs. Julia Brown.
Miss Cole, of Whitmire, spent last!
week with Mrs. Norwood Martin.? j
Lisbon cor. Laurensville Herald.
Rev. W. R. Bouknight, of Kinards,
was in the city business Friday.?
Mrs. R. B. Wallace and her little1
^ 1 ri ra vie_ i
daugnters. uoriiena auu .view*, an=
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. |
Capt. M. M. Buford, the gallant exsheriff
of Newberry and our candidate
for U, S. Marshall was in town j
R. McC. Holmes, W. T. Brown, C. j
M. Fant and E. M. Suber of Newberry j
were in Columbia yesterday.?The:
Misses Mary Frances Poole and
Sara Gary are spending the spring |
holidays in Newberry.?Spartanburg
.John Powell, of Newberry, spent
Sunday in town, the guest of his
brother, Henry Powell.?Cheraw cor.
Mr. Thos. E. Epting, of the Southern
Bell Telephone company at iargo,'
spent the week-end at his Newberry'
Miss Jessie Hornsby will be among
the attendants at the Newman-Zimmerman
wedding in Columbia on'
Mrs. S. A. Riser, of Dyson, is visit-!
ing her daughters, Mrs. LeFoy Lee and
Mrs. J. W. Swittenberg.?Kingstree j
The nmerous friends or Mr. .Jonn-|
son will be pleased to to learn that he-'
is slowly improving from his recent,
Misses Zuliene Carter and Freeda;
Carter accompanied their Lander col- j
lege schoolmate, Miss Cleone Hayes, j
on a visit here from Friday until j
J. B. Fenne 1 has resigned as overseer
of w-eavi at the Glenn-Lowry
Mills, Whitmir?, S. C., and movel
to Columbia, S. C.?Southern Tex ?'c
Hon. W. H. Nicholson, Greenwood
, county's brilliant representative in
the legislature, is being urged to mak*
the race for attorney general next
Mr. John Edgar Mathis. of New
York, is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John R. Mathis.?Union ,Times.
How time flies. Seems no time since
.John Mathis worked in printing office
Dr. L. A. Riser, the hookworm expert,
was in Jonesville one day last
week, and examined 22 people and
he found that 33 per cent, of them
had hookworms.?Jonesville cor
-Union Times. Great Fee Dee!
31r. Fred. H. Dominick left Monday
for Columbia to assume nis uuii'-s as>
assistant attorney general of tlie
rotate, beginning his term of office on
April 1. The H-erald and News lol
lows him to his new field.
Miss Fannie Lee Setzer and Mr.
J. A. Dennis attended a meeting of
the Kershaw county Teachers' asso<^ation
in Camden Saturadv. Mr.
Dennis was elected president of the
Mr. W. F. Ewart, a nice member of
the nice firm of Ewart-Perry com
pany; left 011 Saturday night for j
Wadesboro, X. to pay a nice visit (
in that nice place. He didn't go to
stay long, and nay bo back home by
the time this is printed.
Miss Duckett is well known here
and possesses a large circle of friends
and cultured young lady, and has been
receiving congratulations from her
numerous friends since the announce?
a. o titqol/c q cto i
meni oi uie wcuuwg ?. nvutu u9^.,
The groom is a well known merchant
in Newberry and is one of the best
known young busines men in the
VARIOUS A>D ALL ABOUT.
What will be run where the old
Seems like someone said something
The tree at the ne,w postoffica comer
in College street adds to the beauty
of the picture.
Now that the handsome postoffice
building is completed, what about the!
It was* sweet of those Pomaria
io/-iioc conrtinp' the Salem. Va., orphan-'
lauiv/c v?? , __
age that barrel of cakes for Easter.
Did you say hookworm? One good
thing, you don't have to carry your,
arm in a sling for it
The Calendar society will meet
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock at
the home of Mrs. R. H. Anderson.
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Have you reniea your new uua jci. i
It is a pleasure to have a box paid
for in that beautiful postoffice building.
Now listen to the bachelor reporter!
for the Clinton Gazette: "Now listen j
at the whippoorwill. Us spring, gentle1
Annie, let's so for a stroll." -
If there are any sensibilities left
around that Confederate home, Col. |
Gus. Dickert must have punched some
of them.?Anderson Mail.
There will be an extra communica-j
tion of Amity lodge Thursday night j
at S o'clock. The M. M. degree will:
be conferred. j
- Don't forget the souvenir at J. j
Mann's store this Tuesday morning,
for the first to enter after the clock'
strikes ten. Remember the hour.
Mr. W. 0. Wilson moves today to
the house, corner College and Mar- i
rington streets, lately vacated by Mr. I
E. L. Bailes.
A woman has to be a mighty good '
Christian to sit through a sermon1
when she knows her hat is on crooked.?Luke
Mr. H. B. Schaeffer, tneological;
student at the Lutheran seminary in;
Columbia, made a talk at the Church j
of tn-e Redeemer sunaay nigm. i
Luke McLuke says the world is fill- i
ed with men who balance a fried- j
egg hat on their ears and then laugh j
at the turbans the women are wearing.
Mr. Robt. Wilson, of Whitmire, came I
over with Mrs. Gilliam Caston when j
she brought the body of her husband j
to Union church for interment.?Mc- j
Df a Cm lriop
JL-JMO WUi *Vt
Perhaps after tbe new postoffice is!
occupied for business those having i
the authority and power to put streets j
in good condition will see to it that J
Friend street is repaired, as it is very [
badly in ne.ed of repairs.
It makes one feel as though he were
living in a growing and succeeding
oro* inoi/lfl tho now nnQtnffirv1
V/ I LJ 1>U ^ C lUOiUV tiA V **V v* WVWMAV -
It is a costly and fine looking building,
and is the new pride of Newberry.
Next Monday will be salesday. The i
annual meeting of the Jam-es'D. Xancei
camp of United Confederate Veterans
is to be held, when the delegates will
be e1?.ct^d to the general and State j
The case against Ed Kigsmore, i 1 j
Recorder's court Saturday, for trans
porting whiskey, resulted in convic-j
tion. The sentence was S7f? ??r 30 [
days. The convicted man has as yet
not be^n able to pay the fine.
Sunday for many denominations j
and Sabbath for some was a beautiful j
day, through whichever glasses yea j
looked at it. Hope those various talks
by the pastors on civic improvement
will result in much good.
On Saturday in Recorder Earhardt's
court Jack Williams, colored, twice
answered to the arraignment of having
stolen whiskey from the Southern
freight railroad. In each case the
sentence was the same, $ir> or 30
days. Up-to-date he is serving time.
It is so pleasant to hear that one's
suggestions are well taken, especially
when it is generally the case to be
jumped on. A citizen of the lower region
of the city said it was a good
suggestion about the property between
Main and Friend streets near)
.Mower's garage sold Mr. R. C. Xe-il
one of those ewiy-advertised Vale twjn
clvinder motorcycles. i
Y\ nen i ue rteraiu una .v ws truiit-ctor
calls on Tuesday?today, April 1 ? j
don't take it as an April fool.
Mr. R. M. Reighley, who killed Mr.
Freeman Wright in Chester last week, 1
is Mr. W. L. Reighley's cousin.
The County Farmers' union will j
meet in the court house Saturday j;
morning at 11 o'clock.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Lutheran
Church of the Redeemer will
meet Tuesday afternoon, April 1, at j
4 o'clock, with Mrs. Leland Summer, j
On Monday in the recorders court
T-Tenion Davis was fined $30 for drunk!
and disorderly and carrying concealed j.
weapons, which he paid.
If The Herald and News gets into
your hands early enough this, Monday,
evening take in 'The Ways of,
Destiny" at the Theato.
The home of Mr. Paul Kuhn's in
Omaha was washed away during the
*- oc tKo hnnc.^ I
reccilt 1IUUUD, as ? tJi c*o buv> iiuuav
where Dr. James Johnson boarded
whil^ he was in that city. "Dr. Jim"
is glad he had rnove^..
Messrs. G. W. Jacobs and Ji. C.
Perry received, a telegram on Mjndayj
" - 1 ni,:? .r. *;n,?. Mr. |
irom uoiumuus, wuiu, sLauus luct. im. i
and Mrs. Boyd Jacobs were saic aijd !
uninjured. This is a relief to their
parents and friends who had I'earei
for their safety from the floods.
There: are only 24 counties of the
44 ahead of Newberry in the number
of automobil-es recorded. Greenvil c
heads the list with 657, just one car
ahead of Charleston, with Richland at
59t>, Anderson witn ob^ ana luanuorg,
552. Spartanburg follows with 481,
and Sumter shows up at the 401 mark.;
The 6th story of "What Happened I
to Mary," today, Tuesday, at the
Theota?old court house. Also Pathe
Weekly. Now, this is a good combi
nation, and it won't do to miss it; .so j
by all means try to see what happeaed
to Mary the 6th time and the beautiful,
fine Pathe Weekly.
Judge of Probate C. C. Schumpert;
on Saturday issued marriage licenses j
to the following couples: Mr. I. E. j
Seybt and Miss Ora Lee Dean, both j
of Mollohon; Mr. J. W. Willard, of j
Newberry, and Miss Bessie Amick, of j
near Chapin; Mr. Ernest A. Howard;
and Miss Hilda Wessinger, both of1
Willi Commander Victor Blue as
chief of the navigation bureau; his j
brother, Dr. Blue, surgeon general,1
both of Marion, and Ernest Garling-j
ton of Newberry, inspector general, j
and our N. A. McCuily of Anderson, i
as commander of the president's!
boat, we guess South Carolina ^ is I
holding her own in government cirpIac
The congregation at Silver Street, j
S. C., combined the observance of<
Easter with the celebration of the;'
Livingstone centenary. An interest- j
mg aaaress was raaae uy miss xvusaiyu ,
Summer of the Church of the Re-:
deemer, Newberry, her subject being
the life of David Livingstone.?Lutheran
Before leaving homes for the city j
next Monday, the 7th instant, which I
will be salesday, look at your labels !
and if your subscriptions have expired ,
or are about to be expired, prepare j
yourselves accordingly, as statements ,
are not being sent out. A word to j
the wise is sufficient, and the wise
read The Herald and News. In this
instance the "i" in wise is changed to
While repairing the roofing on M .
Tom Abrams' house near Whitmire
i - i - - 1- . T TTT TTTU.'i* - 3
lasi weeK, air. .J. yv. wane savea
several small squares of the old tin
roof that frad been put there in 1858.
Mr. White brought some of the
squares home with him. The tin is in
a state of well preservation and looks,
about as good and new as it looked |
fifty-five years ago. But tin is supposed
Dr. \j. A. Riser, the Stat? Board of,
Health agent, is meeting with good j
success in the war now going on!
against hookworm in this county. Sat- (
urday is expected to be a big day at I
Union, and Dr. Riser will be found j
of tha f.nnrt hftiiw in tho crranH iiirv !
u-l- vl 1 V VWI* V 41VV4WV *** V M,4*U J ?* .' I
room as heretofore.?Union Times, j
They must be bad in Union when the!
cases are taken into the grand jury
room. ^ j1
Wade Perry pleaded guilty before ,
Ror>nrHpr Fnrhnrrit nn last Friri.'i / t i;
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transporting whiskey and asked ?,or
the mercy of the court. Considering f
the record the recorder passed sen-j
tfnce as follows: One hundred dollars j
or thirty days. Recorder Karhariit !
further stated that he would request j
the city council to revoke the licenseI
of any dray or hack in charge of the
defendant, l lie accused, tnrougn \itorney
Eugene S. Rlease. appen'ed,
from the decision of Recorder Ear-1
NEWBERRY LOSES. S
\\as Debated by Riwrside Military B
? i i n:..nw.?.i
.ICillieillJ nil IjWViII 1/KIIIIWimi ? II ill.-- ,
(lay Last by Score of *2. to I). r
When two of "Miss" Eidson's fa- j
mous fadeaways faded over the left o
frf-ld fence last Thursday the old ball, n
same was lost for these proved to be;
rhp nnlv rnn? of the same. Riverside b
Military Academy winning from New-; r
berry 2 to 0.
The< visitors put up a fine article of j t
ball throughout the entire game, their |
fielding being especially good. New- j v
berry also put up a good game and i
deserved to score, but were unable o
to overcome the strong defensive
playing of the cadets, and to hit when
hits meant runs.
Williamson pitched beautiful ball,, *
allowing but three scattered hits, j ^
passing none, and hitting but one, r
six were retired by the three strike 2
route. "Miss" Eidson should be praised
highly for the game that he pitched, | ?
and although two homers were got- j
ten off of his delivery they were of j1
the luck variety. The '"lady" twirled j *
- . - f
great ball, giving up but nve nus, whiffed
five, and issued but one free,r
ticket. Mention should also be madejl
of the work of Captain Wis?, who;c
played the game at all times, getting I
on first three out of four times up.
Riverside scored in the third and
seventh and but on-e other time did ^
they look dangerous, that being in the
sixth when the bases were filled with ,
two down, however, Crow ended the
suspense by flying out to left. (
The Scarlet and pray boys had a
man on second and third, in the sec-' r
ond, with two down, but Troutman j
could not connect with Williamson's |
railroad out. The ninth started off j
as if it would be a repetition of last!>
years Erskine games. Floyd was rob- (
ber of a hit by Burr, who threw him | (
out at first. Baker was out second^
to first. Wise reached first on the! (
SIlOrt-SLOp b triui aiiu |
second. Shealy beat out an infield
hit and Wise took third, the decision j
being close when Preas pegged to
Crow. During the mix-up Shealy.
tried for second, but was called out
on a v-ery close, play.
Tv Cobb's All-Star team will play j
the college next Wednesday, and on j
Saturday Furman will tackle Newber-j*
ry at Newberry. The weak spots in s
the line up will be remedied and both j
of these games promise to be hum- 1
Box Sore. i
AB R H PO A E
Carraway, If. .4 0 0 2 0 0 K
Hickman, cf . .3 0 1 1 1 0
Mitchell, 2b...3 0 0 2 4 0,|
Crow, 3b. . . .4 0 0 1 2 lb
McNeil, c. . ..4 0 1 6 1 0 '
Burr, rf....4 0 1 1 1 0 '
Preas, lb. . . .3 1 1 12 0 2j
t~i O A A A 1 1 I
?><15S, ?&... ?> v ? v' 1 * j
Williamson, p. .3 1 1 2 5 0;'
Total- 31 2 5 27 15 4 J
AB R H PO A E.1
K?itt, lb. . . .4 0 1 9 0 0
F'loyrt. 3b. ...4 0 0 4 0 0 1
Baker. ss. . . .4 0 0-1 0 I
Wise, If. ... 4 0 1 3 0 0
Shealy, c. . . .2 o i 5 z u
Eidson, p. . . .3 0 0 0 3 Oj ]
Prooks, rf. . ^.2 0 0 2 1 0'"
Troutman, cf. .2 0 0 1 0 Oj
Epting, cf. . .1 0 0 2 0 0.(
Davenport, 2b .1 0 0 0 I 0|
Boland, 2b. . .2 0 0 0 2 0
Total. . . .29 0 3 27 9 ljj
Summary?Earned runs, Riverside, i
2: two-base hit. Hickman; home runs,]
D^aoo firot Koco nn HOIIQ I
VV lllXaUlOUlIt r~ i cao , lit oc uticv/ vw j ^
off Eidson 1; struck out. by vVilliam-j
son 6, by Eidson 5; left on bases,}
Riverside 4. Newberry 5; double play, |
Brooks to Floyd; first base on errors,!
Riverside 1, Newberry 3; hitbv pitch-j
er. by Eidson. Hickman, by Williamson.
Brooks: sacrifice hit, Shealv; j
stolen bases. Wise, Brooks, Shealv. |
?- I y
Umpire, Hardeman. Time. 1:40. '
Jno. B. Mayes Kmc.?*.
Cyrus?Say, Mandy, v-er know that!
we're just the biggest foois in the ^
Mandy?What on earth air ye j
talkin' about now, Cy? j
Cvrus?Hain't we bin tellin' tiis 1
young ones thet there wus a real 1
Santa Claus an' we didn't believe it
ourselves. Well, gol darn me if I
didn't see the old man walkin' erbout J
in a store winder in New York.
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Calvin Crozier Chapter. |_
The Calvin Crozier chapter, U. D.j]
C., will meet with Mrs. L. G. JKskriagei
Tu-esday afternoon, April 8, at 4 j
o'clock. Pauline Gilder, !_
Secretary, j (
That New York Strike.
'Then the waiters' hopes of a sym- 1
pathetic strike were not realized?" jj
"Xaw; there doesn't seem to be!
much sympathy for a waiter."
ome You Know, Some You Niter
leaufort Gazette. ! C
\Tr Oswald Stuart. of Newberry,'
epresenting the Eureka Hose Co., j
.'as in town the first part of the week, j _
Mr. Dave Mittle spent a few days ^
f last week in Savannah on busiess.
Lieut, and Mrs. Wilbur Thing and
aby, of the Naval Station, visited
elatives here Easter.
Mr. David Katzif paid a short visit
o Charleston last week.
Mr. Wm. Keyserling, of Frogmore, ^
vas in town this week.
Capt. Geo. Crofut was in town Sunlay.
Sunday School Convention.
The State Sunday School conven- ion,
meets in Sumter the 2nd, 3d and <
rtn of April, ^reparations nave i*^n
nade for entertaining the delegates,
md the program is interesting. ~
Newberry county is entitled to 12 '
?^ -r-r *11 I. Ttr.J J?.. !
Dr. Jtiarms win speaK. weuuesua) i
light on "The Sunday School and the'j
Jreat Commission." Rev. J. W. Carson!
or a five-minute talk on the Bible
rhursday afternoon, and Arthur Kiber
will respond for Newberry to tlv3 :ali
of reports from the counties. 1
mu- fV>Viovo I '
i lit: ?Y UUU111C11 \JL tixc ?? UI m uaiv
i Power in their head consul.?
Jreenville Piedmont. That follows
jretty closely The Herald and
s'ews' remarks that "the new head of .
he Woodman is a power in Laurens ]
iounty."?Newberry Herald and News.
All of which sounds power-ful
Jas. D. \ance Camp, U. C. Y.
The annual meeting of the James D. :
s'ance camp, United Confederate Veterans,
will be held in the courthouse
)n salesday in April at 11 o'clock to
.4ect officers for the ensuing year and
lelegates to the general and State re
If -"ill r\ r, +Vi a! r* o r? !
ivieiiiucxa win yicaac paj tucii aniual
dues of 25 cents to William .
fohnson, treasurer. j
M. M. Buford,
Bad and Funny Times.
The Black Creek correspondent of
;he L-eesville News-Advocate describes
In general the people have very
3ad colds and coughs.
Mrs. Sarahann Bouknight has been
n be-d several days with grippe with
)nlv a slight improvement.
Mr. William J. Gantt is still in bed 1
suffering with stomach trouble.
While Mr. Eugie Smith was operatic
t.hp water e-ates at his father's;
saw mill, something broke and a
scantling struck him about the mouth ;
*nd made a very bad gash cutting
:hrough. to his teeth.
Messrs. Calvin J. and 01 in HallI
pan are home for a few days from
The birthday dinaer at Mrs. Caroline
Hallman's on Good Friday was
tiot so largely attended as was ex- .
pected on account of the bad rainy
Ty Cobb Will be Here Wednesday.
Ty Cobb and his All-Stu?*j wiil come,
*ain. or shine, next Wednesdav, AprK
!, to play a game with Newbe'ry colege
on the college athloMe field at 4
It is to be hoped that the weather
cv'ill be kind so that every baseball
inthusiast will have the opportunity
:o see this wonderful player in action.
[Tnodubtedly Cobb is the best ail ound
player in the worM. No one
? 1 1 3 - C 1.2 t_ _
ivuo iias ever neaxu ui uim or wau
cnows anything about our national
pastime should miss th.* opportunity
)f seeing him. Cobb's team beat the]
'Indians," in Greenwood, on the- l?4th.
;o the local collegians are thirst'"n?,
!or revenue. A fast, int^r-stin^ game
.vill be nlayed.
In additon to seeing Cobb the^t j
-vill be several attractive, the lesser j:
igrlits. McMillan, of X-nv York, and j.
Cincinnati; Cad Coles, 3. A. T.. new |
,vith Xew York State lea^ie: Traiii-1
nell Scott, ex-college pi-iyer; RagiifH, I.
1*5 v cri t-> 10 Inacrnci* Pil PlfPT* pf - I
Southern league; Barger. Virginia :
eague; "Duchev" Holme.-, Buf?a?c, I
^ 4-'A 1 1 AA nrii A u'A *. !?? Cami_ i '
liiriiiduuuai icaguc, xocn:iProfessional.
The inauguration of President Wil;on
and "The Lost Dispatch," a K-B
eature in two reels, and one other
rood reel make up the program for
ruesdav at Arcade.
HPYf IjES?The best you can buy, j
and our prices right. Summer's!.
"E.>IE>'T and lime?we have a large
stock and low prices. Summer Bros.
MINGLES?Xo. Is and No. 2s. We*have
them. Summer Bros. Co. '
)ne Cent a Word. No ad-^
vertisement taken for lest fl
than 25 cents.
IVAN TED?The farmers to knovv^B
am paying highest prices for cattleS
also 10c per pound for hides. IV
have a nice line of fresh meat on W
hand at all times. E. C| Beden- m
t r t r ^ 1 rti. nnn 9
oaugn, r Mam si., ixo.
KISSES filled with peanut butter,
only 10 cents per pound. Robin- .
son's 10-Cent Store,
FOR REXT?Six room cottage. Apa !
ply to Mrs. R. L. Paysinger, New^B
berry. 3-21-3L . B L
SET A LARGE bottle of turpentin^B
and castor oil, for 10 cents, at Rob-V
inson's 10-Cent Store. V
tfONEY TO LEJTD?Money to lend oo
real estate. Long time *nd easy |
payments. . Hunt, Hunt & Hunter.
ft -i ft U v
LADIES' DUTCH COLLARS and ja- 1
bots, at 10 cents. About the same as 1
3'ou get elsewhere for 25 cents. Robinson's
10-Cent Store. M
BUY a genuine diamond ring for $1S?
at Williamson's. Fte-tf
OUR FRIENDS who have' been wait- j
ing for our new line of China and I
Crockery, are now invited to come J I
and inspect. It is great. Robin- fl;
son's 10-Cent Store. BK
[(E TEA glasses, colonial style, at
Robinson's 10-Cent Store.
Sonnd >"aney Hall Seed sweat pota- 9
toes.?Price $1.00 per bushel. Welch-JB
Wilbur, Newberry, S. C. J
2-21-tf. > 4|
NEW LINE white Ivory jewelry, justJj
opened, 10 and 25 cents. Robinson's
10-Cent Store. j
FOR SALE?Good, big muje, five years
old. Work any way. Cheap. C. P.
Pelham. 2-28-tf. .
LIFE BUOY soaps, everybody's favor-^
ite, just in. Robinson's 10-Cent 9
>V. L. DOUGLASS and BEACOff Shoas,
$3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 Best in the .
world. R. H. Anderso-i t& Co.
A 10 room house, with all modern conveniences,
and 25 acres, for sale or
rent. w. S. LangfoM. i
3-3-II. , |
Doctor 3Ieldan; Specialist. Diseases
of both sexes. Morphine, whiskey
and cigar^et habits. "X" Ray and m
Serums. Hours: 11 to 1 a. m. 4 I
to 8 p. m.
TRY a pair ot our W. L. Doug'ass or
Rnu#->r?n Shnps* all stvlea nrul la.lth
ers, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00.- R. II. An?
derson & Co. ^ .
FLOWER pots, and jardineres, all
styles now on hand. Robinson's 10^-n
Cent Store. \ I
WAITED?Unknown peas. Apply to J
M. M. Buford, Newberry, S. C.
3-25-3t? ' 1
PURE CLEVELAND big boll cotton
seed for sale at 75 cents per bushel.
I made two bales to the acre. John
A. Shealy, Newberry, S. C., Route 2.
3-25-6t. j| *'
RID CROSS shoes for womn 1 in..ill
the latest styles and leathers, fil'O.
S3.y0 and $4.00.. Ik H. Anders >?i &
ARTIFICIAL flowers, beautiful as- 1
sortment, 10 cent bunch. Robin* 1
cnn'a lA-Pent StArA. ^ H >j
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE?I h*Te*i
for sale, cheap for cash, Harris 5
perty fronting on Friend Street^ |
Newberry, S. C. Valuable lot forlBB
warehouses. Eugene S. Blease, At- fl
-1 15-V1 ?
!'Uyour silver neea polishing: >?c h
have the polish. Robinson's 10-Cent
MILITIA shoes for women in ali 1
leathers, $2.f>0 and $3.00. R. H. An^Lfl
derson & Co. W
NEWBERRY BUSINESS SCHOOL?
Will onon fr?r snrinp-- term about
" "4 -? -X- o
the middle of May. Those desiring 1
to enroll will please notify me as
early as possible. Mrs. Helen 0.
Ray, Newberry, S. C. 'L
THE BEST gasoline, at Summer^J^B
garage, 20c gallon.
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A l TO MOBILES REPAIRED by ex-^^
pert workmen. Satisfaction guar
anteed. All cars examined free, if A
your car dos not run right let us
look at it. Summer's Garage.
A\E SEED?Just received a carload.
Summer Bros. Co. 4-l-2t.