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Ihe Movements of >Iaiiy People, >'ewberrians,
and Those Who Visit
Mr. W. M. Wilson, of Peak, was in j
Th-e citv Friday of last w-ceK.
Capt. C. W. Bishop, of Columbia. Is!
3)i the city. . j
Mr. S. S. Langtord arrived in the!
<ity on Monday from Electra, Texas, j
Mr. Jacob B. Enlow was in the city
from Prosperity No. 1, on Saturday.
Misses Alice Aull and Anita Davidson
went to Columbia last week visiting.
Mr. W. 0. Miller left Saturday for
Washington and Philadelphia on a i
visit of a few days.
Mr. Richard Caldwell, of the big
firm of Caldwell anuTTaltiwang^r, Columbia,
was in Newberry Saturday.
Miss Carrie Greneker left Monday
for Charleston to visit the Misses
Mazyck at Ashley avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. tfoozer, ct
Chappells neighborhood, were in the
city on last Friday.
Mr. F. H. Kempson was in the city
Saturday from the Silverstreet community.
Mrs. J. A. Simpson, of Prosperity,
visited ber sister, Mrs. Wm. Johnson,
Misses Sarah White and Shirley
Hicks visit d in Newberry during the
:iast week.?Clinton Chronicle, 1st.
Misses Maud and Mabel Summerel
visited relatives in Newberry this
? week.?Clinton Chronicle, 1st.
Misses Lillie Mae Moore, Marie J
Moore and Mary Wicker on Sunday
visited Mrs. E. H. Werts, and attended
service at St. Pauls.
Mr. Henry B. Wells leaves Tuesday
for Shreveport, La., to attend the sale
of real estate of the late Dr. J. I.
Mrs. S. J. Stephens returned from
Newberry last night, having gone up
to attend the Folk-Long nuptials.?
Columbia Record", 3rd.
Mrs. E. C. Cook ard Mrs. P. 0. Roberts
returned from Newberry yesterday,
where* they attended the FolkLong
wedding.?Columbia Record, 3rd.
T. W. Cole, of Whitmire, S. C., has |
become loom fixer at the Granby Mills, j
Columbia. S. _C.?Southern Textile
Mrs. Scott, formerly Miss Bessie
May Thompson, of Newberry, is in
*he city for festival week.?Spartanburg
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Coleman, Miss
Rice and Mr. W. H. Miller, of Whitmire,
attended the Wilhite-Leitner 1
wedding in Anderson last wsk.
Misses Mattie and Harriett Adams 1
and Mr. Paul Adams spent Sunday in
l^aurtns. The Central church Metho- J
dist Sunday school missed one .of its :
choir members. <
.Mrs. Win. Johnson and Miss Fannie
^lae Carwile left Monday for Colum
bia, Mrs. Johnson to visit her daugh- '
tcr and Miss Carwile to continue her ]
trip into North Carolina.
J. J: Pauch, of Prosperity, S. C., has J
accepted the position of overseer of <
carding at the Southside Mills, Win- '
ston-Salem,. X. C.?Southern Textile
Mr. John Pay singer came over from 1
Wofford college Thursday afternoon i
on his bicycle for a few days with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Paysinger, t
?nd family. ^
Mr. L. W. Floyd is a member of the 1
Jastate Beard of Equalization which
.meets in Columbia on Wednesday to (
assess textile industries, cotton seed
?oil mills and fertilizer factories.
W. T. Howard, of the Grendel Mill
Xo. 2, Greenwood, S. C., has accepted ,
The position of overseer of weaving at
the Glen Lowry Mill, Whitmire, S. C. ,
?Southern Textile Bulletin, 1st.
Mr. J. F. Falls, of Newberry, has?
assumed the management of the Idle 1
Hour theatre, succeeding Mr. Percy ;
Berry, who gave up the place to pre- ]
pare for college.?Yorkville Enquirer.
Be kind, the to the reporter. Take
'Srizn and tell him the truth. And if
^ou feel you must lie be careful to
-make a mighty good job of it.?Dr.
Prank K. Crane in Atlanta Journal.
Hear that you funny people.
It sounds rather paradoxical, but
nevertheless it is a fact that as
cotton is coming up it is going
<iown.?Dillon Herald. Now there is
something in that remark as it is so
T*ell understood in Newberrv.
-Mr. G. E. Dominick, of Prosperity
TNo. 1, was in the city Friday. Mr.
Dominick had captured a honking pigson.
brown male, and on bands
around pigeon's neck were letters anc JI
words as fpllortT: A. B. 1967. A. J.!
11. A. :?43:>.
Miss Emily Schockley, who will
leave early next week to spend the
summer in Columbia. S. C., was given
a cnrnrico nurtv nr> WpHn^sdflv pvpn.
ing at her home on North Boulevard
by a number of her young friends.?
Atlanta Journal, 2nd.
The escape of the yeggman Johnson
teaches us that it is easier to
get out of the governor's office than
it is to get in.?Dillon Herald. That
it the brightest of the paragraph; yet
perpetrated on the public by nnans
of the yeggman's get away.
Mrs. Wilbur K. Sligh, formerly of i
Newberry, now of Jacksonville, Fla., i
is a vice-president of the South Carolina
Federation <JfWomen's clubs, to
meet in Florence on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday of this week. The
Newberry delegates are Mrs. P. E.
Scott and Miss Elizabeth Dominick.
Dr. I. E. Crimm has only until Saturday
evening to remain in Newberry.
As the time is short it wourdbewell
for each one having business with Dr.
Crimm to see him at once. Delays
are dangerous and in an important
matter like this there is not a moment
to spare in idleness, neglect or procrastination.
A wide-awake citizen of this place
(but it doesn't take so very much of a
wideawake citizen to see what, can't
be missed seeing,) says the Herald and
News must call attention to Ihe condition
of the street leading from Mr. E.
Y. Morris to th> bottoms. He thinks
the bottoms should bo cleaned, and if
they can't be beautified that they ought
to be "satisfied" looking.
YABIOUS AYD ALL ABOUT.
Recorder Earhardt on Friday fined
Mr. Frank Summer $10 for whipping
The M. M. degree will be conferred
at meeting of Amity lodge tonight,
Rev. L. P. McGhee, of Laurens, will
preach at the Central Methodist church
on next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
The pictures of the Dayton,-Ohio,
flood have been postponed In exhibition
here until a later date.
Mr. J. J. Eargle placed a setting of
eggs and had one chick hatched one
week before the whole brood.
A boot black gets the worth of his
work when he shines for a one-legged
Another soul made happy?Geo. W.
Setzler. R. F. D. carrier at Pomaria,
has purchased a new 1913 Harley-Dav-:
The Cromer school will close with i
/\ A W ? 11 n 1 -* 1 ? a r\ r-i C* rt ^ii M/-) A tr '
liie annual ynjuic uii oaiuiuav, i\iaj i
10. The public is cordially invited!
Total number of bales of cotton gin- j
aed for the crop of 1912 in Newberry, i
34,510, against 46,426 in 1911 and
53,826 in 1910.
Yellow gold has been reported from
N'ewberry!?Charleston Post. The
Post is well posted as to Newberry j
people paying in goia.
Look over on the editorial page and
read "Good Roads."?McBee Courier,
Dhesterfielcl. That sounds like it
night be Herald and News talk. j
For two large and beautiful Paui
N'eron roses the reporter thanks Mrs.
Win. Johnson. The largest rose measured
5 1-2 inches in diameter.
The community will regret to know
:hat Probate Judge Claude C. Schumpert
is seriously .ill with typhoid ferer.
Mr. R. G. Reagin will go to I^aurens
Dn July 1 to open a branch shoe re- ,
pair shop for his father, Mr. Jno. W.
Mr. Clyde Horton, of Catarrh, spent
Saturday night here.?McBee Courier, j
\~o offense intended but why should i
anyone ever have thought to name ? i
place Catarrh? J;
Mr. Jacob L. Dickert has bought out
the beef market of Mr. A. H. Dickert,
adjoining opera house, where he will
be pleased to meet his friends for meat
The regular monthly meeting of the
Drayton Rutherford Chapter, U. D. C., |
will be held Tuesday afternoon at the |
residence of Mrs. Robert Caldwell, at j
The Jasper Chapter, D. A. R., has
postponed its meeting from May 9th j
to May 16th on account of the Memor- |
ial day exercises being held on the i
The Ladies 'Aid society of Smyrna
will hold an ice cream festival on Saturday
afternoon at the residence of
Mrs. V. C. Wilson, from 4 to 10 o'clock, (
p. m. The public is cordially invited.
r> J T7t__l Ji 1 1 ? Vn I
xtccui ier CiaruaxuL uu.u uo cases i.xfor
him on Monday, which speaks well <
for the city, as th^re was a large
crowd in town Saturday and at entertainments
on Saturday night.
The two chanters of Children of the
Confederacy are requested to meet a':
4 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the
residence of Mrs. 0. L. Schumpert, to
assist in making wreaths for Memorial
The Laurens pictures will be shown
at the Theato on Monday and also on
Friday. These are good pictures. Remember
the place?old court house.
The old soldiers are invited free of
The Newberry and Laurens scenes
will be shown again at the Theato, old
court house, on Friday, afternoon and
night, for the Old soldiers. The veterans
should be sure to see these interesting
Salesday amounted to very little.
There was only one sale by Master H.
H. Rikard, case of Julius J. Langford
against Cornelia Wright and others?
one-half acre of land to J. J. Langford
for $175, all other withdrawn.
Go tonight, Monday, while the going
is good and see tne local views at
the old court house. Mr. lavender
ought to be rewarded, as he has gone
to heavy expense in getting views of
dewberry. It is a pity everybody
couldn't see the entire lot.
Mr. J. Fred. Schumpert has a sample
of oats and vetch -exhibited in
window of Summer Bros, grocery store
from his lo-'acre patch of same. It is
fine and the beauty of it is that Mr.
Schumpert used no fertilizer on the
patch and it thin land at that. That's
Mr. A. L. Rikard has organized a
minstrel troupe, real negro minstrels.
He hopes to be able to start out on
the road with them by fail. We hope
he will and that lie will succeed, as
he has good material for such a show
and no doubt will succeed in his undertaking.
The photographs of the old veterans
taken by Otwey and Miss Lizzie Salter
will decorate the show window of
Johnson's hardware store on memorial
day. The old vets and others, are expected
to view these pictures. If
there are any of the old veterans who
haven't had their photo taken Mr. and
Miss Salter will give them a sitting.
Go in time^to be in the picture at the
window on Friday.
Newberry college has a friend in
The Herald and News. The Herald
and News has a friend in Newberry
college. When The Herald and News j
said vacation time was one of th-s b?st
times of the year in Newberry it meant
that the return of the absent students
made it so. The reporter didn't think
Tf'iMil/4 ne f A \TATrKorrV
IIU W IL VVUU1U CUU11U ao lit n wui A j J
college "opens for the season." Times j
here are not near as bright when the j
Dentist Doctor J. M. Taylor had a!
gun returned to him in an unusual
manner. The gun had been stolen, or
borrowed without permission, and Dr.
Taylor thought it was lost to him.
One day last week he saw the barrel
of it sticking out from under the
lounge in his sitting room, where the j
"borrower" naa put it. Air. rayior goi i
the gun and examined it. when he dis-:
covered that the barrel was clogged, j
As the "borrower" couldn't clean it he j
Dime Day For Arlington Monument.;
Every individual member of the j
United Daughters of Confederacy be-]
ing urged to help raise the funds |
lacking, necessary to complete the!
Confederate monument at Arlington,
the cornerstone of which was laid last
- at.. t\ a. ?
ian; me .ura.j'Luu xiuiurnuiu vyiiapLcx j
has decided to observe Memorial Day j
as a dime day fcr that purpose. Small,
boxes will be placed on convenient j
corners in charge of members of |
children's chapters and it is hoped 1
none will pass by without dropping in
a dime for such a worthy cause.
While our hearts are full of love I
and cheers for those dear ones whom
we will honor that day. let us not for- i
get the ones, who for so many, many |
years have kept their silent watch |
under the stars in unmarked mounds j
"This Spartan band, who wore the grey j
Tn summer's blaze or winter's snows, J
They keep the true at Arlington."
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We feel that tnis is an mai win ue
necessary for every true son and!
daughter will d-eem it a privilege to j
have even a small part in erecting this j
monument. Let everybody remember j
the day and drop in a dime.
' Bank Will Be Closed Friday.
We are requested to announce thai
all the banks in the city will be closed
on Friday on account of the Memorial
riav exercises (o be heM here then.
The bank's wii; iemain closed through.
out ta-e day.
GRADED SCHOOL TEAC HERS. !
Trustees Elect Teachers For >ext
Session of City Schools.?Sev
The board of trustees of the city j
schools met Thursday night to elect j
teachers for the next session.
Tht- election resulted as follows:
High school?J. B. O'Neal 1 Hollo-'
way, principal; Miss Elizabeth Dominick,
Miss Mayme Swittenberg.
Boundary Street school?Miss Linda
Welch, principal; Misses Gertrude
Reeder, Mary L. Burton, Annie By
num, Nina Gibson, Lucile Wallace and
Speers street school?Miss Rosalyn
Summer, principal: Misses Pearl
Wiest, Mary Wall, Mary 0. Harper of
Virginia and B-esse Burton of Newberry.
West End school?Miss Bernice
Martin, principal; Miss Ethel Bowers,
Mrs. G. W. Connor.
A number of the teachers did not;
aDnlv for Ye-election.
The -election of teachers for the ne-|
; gro schools was postponed.
j Ernest Anderson, now principal of |
i schools at NoTth Augusta, has been j
J elected superintendent of the schools.
I The marriage of Miss Ethe! Folk and
! Mr. .Tames Robert Long, of Newberry
1 county, was an event of unusual intsr;
est owing to the large family connecI
tions of both families in this and adjacent
counties where they are prom-,
' inent in business and social life. Thei
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j Dride is a aaugnter 01 ur. ana mis. .i.
| Wm. Folk, a charming and accomplish)
ed young lady, who is the delight of'
. her heme and society. The groom is;
I a young man whom the community
; respects for charac^r and good citiz-.
enship. The marriage ceremony was!
solemnized by the Rev. J. J. Long,'
the elder brother of the- groom in the
new Methodist church recently built
in Jalapa and this, the first marriage
in the church was an occasion that
| brought forth congratulations and an j
audience that overflowed the edifice I
j ami the grove surrounding it.
The church was decorated with taste
and fitness for this happy occasion. The
i interior being white an<^ green, with
j white carpet on aisles and chancel
; and similar tweed on a ground of
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1 wnite arouna organ ana cnauutri ran-;
| ing. White candle^ gleamed like stars j
! amid the green, and white roses filled i
the air with fragrance.
The bride's gown was a lovely crea- j
j tion of white satin with rich lace and I
; rosettes of satin. The tulle veil drap- j
ed her form as a misty June morning j
does the rose waiting ror me giory j
of th-e day. A shower bouquet of white j
carnations finished this costume of!
The wedding march was rendered j
with exquisite touch and feeling by 5
Miss Annie Mae Bedenbaugh, of Po- !
maria, a graduate of music.
The bride's maids wore gown6 of I
pink satin with garniture of pink rib- j
bong and lace and carried pink carna-;
The bride's maids were as follows: j
Miss Edyth Folk, of Columbia; Miss
Richburg, of Columbia; Miss Lola
Folk, of Denmark; Miss Estelle Chappell,
of Newberry; maid of honor, Miss
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Jbeuian roiK, 01 i\e?ucu j, nug uc?ierf
Miss Ellen Haymond Folk; flower
girls, Misseses Mildred Perry, of New- j
berry; Mildred Glasgow, of Jalapa;
ushers, Samuel Butler Evans, Willie
Campb-ell, of Kinard3; groomsmen,
Coaner Campbell, of Kinard; Marvin
Snmmpr Earl Bullock, Junius Long,
Rufus Long, of Newberry.
The reception at home was an old
time feast !of salads, turkey, ham,
olives, pickl-es, ice cream and cake and
the multitude were served by fair
and generous matrons that overflowed
the house and tilted the grove.
The out of town guests whom we
met were: Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Cook,!
of Columbia; Mrs. Etta Stevens, Col.'
and Mrs. P. 0. Roberts, of Columbia; j
Miss Lola Folk, of Dcnmark; Mrs.
Bedenbaugh and family, of ProsperiPnninHa
iy J .vii's. iviirve v<?. * ,
Russell Tidmarsh, Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Summer. Mr.
and Mrs. Carlisle, Mrs. M. B. Evans,
The wedding gifts were valuable
and far too numerous to mention. Cut
glass, china, silver, linen, bric-a-brac
ornaments, filled several tables and attested
th? high rosrard wh?oh is felt
by relatives, neighbors and far away
friends whose prayers are that Heaven's
benediction may rest on them,
through the journey of life.
M. B. E. j
Hold Train From Clinton.
The C., X. & L. train leaving Clinton
at 5.35 p. m., will today be held oyer;
until o.l5 10 accommodate the base-'
ball players and fans from Newberry, j
This will allow tlu- players and their
friends to return today after the ball j
THE NEWS OK PROSPERITY.
Memorial Day Exercises To Ue Held.
The Literary Sorosis.?Personal j
Special to The Herald and News.
Prosperity. May 5.?Miss Bessie
Bowers has gone to Clenison college
to visit her sister, Mrs. J. E. Hunter..
Mrs. C. T. Wyche and Miss Cairo
spent Saturday in uoiumDia.
Mr. and Mrs. L). E. Ridgell and little
daughter, Christine, are visiting
Mesdames B. B., Fannie and Jane
Schumpert left this week for Atlanta
to visit their sons.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stockman and
? x i.i J. J : M n /N
cuuuren spent uie wewt-eiia in v^ulumbia.
Mr. John Pat Wise has returned to
Ridgeland after a short visit to his
father, Mr. A. G. Wise.
Mr. Hart Kohn, of Columbia, spent
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wise, Messrs. A.
B., W. J. and George Wise, spent Sunday
:n Columbia. irav:ing the trip in
Mr. Wise's new Studebaker car.
Memorial exercises will be held May j
9 at five o'clock at the town hall. The
stores will close and public invited.
The prcgr'am is as follows:
Master of ceremonies?Dr. G. Y.
Prayer by Rev. E. W. Leslie.
Hymn, "Nearer My God to Thee," by j
Address by Rev. 0. G. Davis.
Music, Dixie by Mrs. J. F. Browne, j
Reading, "A Tribute to ,Our Sacred J
Dead" by Miss Cairo Wyche.
Quartette, "Garland These Graves"
by Mesdames J. D. Quattlebaum, G. W.
Harmon, Mr. J. D. Quattlebaum, Dr.
J. S. Wheeler.
Benediction by Rev. H. P. Counts.
The Literary Sorosis will meet Saturday
afternoon, May 10, with Miss
Messrs. E. L. Wheeler, A. L. Bedenbaugh,
J. W. Long and Harry Long
spent Sunday at Parr Shoals.
Anderson, May 3.?The wedding of 1
Miss Lydia Wilhite and George Leit-j
ner on Wednesday evening was the
most brilliant social event that has
occurred in Anderson in some time..
Miss Wilhite was attended on her wed- j
ding evening by Mrs. Harrington Godfrey,
Mrs. Leon Rice, Miss Anna Ross
Cunningham, Miss Margaret Geer of
Greenville, Miss Felicia Murray and |
Miss Grace Spenc?r The best mau i
was J. F. Leitner, of Wilmington, X.;
C. The wedding took placc at thef
home of the bride's parents, Dr. and j
Mrs. J. 0. Wilhite, which was made j
orvnioHir nf + rortfivo Kv loroA hronnhdc I
OJ/CViailJ UlliaV/bng uj vi uuvuvu |
of bamboo and masses of ferns and
roses. The ceremony was performed
by the Rev. John F. Hines. pastor of
the First Baptist church. In the dining
room where an elaborate supper
was served, pink carnations in tall
vases were used; the same flowers
" fiTo 1100H nnffao rnnm Tn tVlP
corridors upstairs a vast collection of
beautiful presents were phown. Mf.
Leitner is the superintendent of a
large mill in ^tyitmire, ?,nd this will
be their home after a honeymoon
The closing exerctses of the common
school at Whitmlre wttl be held
on Friday night of this week.
On Sunday night the annual sermon
before the school if ill Ue Breached
by Dr. J. Henry Harms of Nfctfberry
college, and on Monday night the closing
exercises of the High school Hill
Cake place with the Uterary address
by Hon. Mendel L. Smith, of Camden.
Superintendent S. J. Wall and the faculty
exten'd an invitation to all to attend
For Expert Eye Work Consult
Dr. 1. E. t'rimm.
V, V uiiqj aaiuraay i
evening, May I
.IF YOU SUFFER jrom head- j
aches nervousness . or restless i
sleep; if your eyes are weak, Dr. '}
Crimm can help you.
The latest style glasses and
frames at the MOST reasonable
Consultation Free. ! ,
Office over Burton s Real Estate joffice
with Dr. T. W. Smith.
SPECIAL NOTICES.; V
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for 1 est
than 25 cents.
FOR SALE?Twn sharps atrial- ITur
mers Bank, Silverstreet, per $100,
for $90. Address care of Herald i
LOST?Two spotted shoats. weighing i
about 40 lbs., each. Phone 95. B. A
EIGHTEEN MONTHS' old half Red- I
Poll heifer, of good habits, butt-head
in good condition, for cash sale at ^
$15.00. She will make good cow.
Pasture over-stocked. RuJjert Summer
WANTED?To trade piano for horse.
Address Piano care Herald and
BUT a genuine diamond ring for $16
at Williamson's. lfo-a
FOR SALE?Cheap. One mule. Apply
to M. M. Buford. 5-2-2t
D. 0. FRICK?Practical well dr'ller
and contractor. Six and eight inch
wells. Prices reasonable. Sand a
specialty. Let me figure with ymi
References furnis^d. D. 0. FricSi,
Little Mountain, S. C. 4
FOR SALE?Two good, gentle horses,
cheap. Can be seen * at Summeri
Wise Stock Co.'s stable. Summer's
FOR SALE?I will sell my trip to Europe
for $300.00. Time to start July
1st, 1913. all expenses paid. Further
particulars apply Anne 0. Ruff,
Newberry, S. C. 5-2-tf.
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ft imnaogh's May Sale.
Mimnaugh's May sales are annual
events which the people of Newberry
and surrounding country look forward
to, because of the many rare
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Mimnaugh's May sale advertisement
in The Herald and News today. In it
will be found some genuine bargains
?in fact everything is offered at a
bargain during this sale.
School Rally and Barbeeae.
The patrons and friends of the St
Pnnl cf^hnnl will Hvo ?a h?j7tfw>n?iA of
church on July 4 for the benefit of the
school. The district has recently voted
a two mills tax and it is proposed
to erect a n w building and otherwise
improve the school. Everybody is in- j
rited to come.
Speeches on education will be msufc
by Prof. S. J. Derrick, Dr. C. T. Wyche
Whitmire, May 3.?The Presbyterian
college was shut out by Gienn-Uwrj
this afternoon to the tune of 6 tc &
nini. i. ii.. .t
Vruxiitin was master ux urc anuauuij. ?i
all times, allowing only one collegian
to reach third base and 16
by the strikeout route. Her aUowd
only four bits.
Batteries: Glenn-Lowry, Gttliam
Millwood; Presbyterian#, Perrin f.n4
McCutcheon. ' > V
Xewberrj Defeats Wetts.
dewberry defeated Watts, ot 14^
ens, on the latter's diamond s^tuftugr
in a ten inning game by a jKX*?<8 <?f ^
to 3. Culberson was bathed out of
the box in the fourth and was replaced
by Hill who fared little better. V 4.
Following is the box score:
Boozer, ss . . .5 1 1 2 , 1
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Bowen. 2b . . .5 1 11 4 >, f
Vaughap, 3b . .5 0 1 2 Q \
Davis,, cf . . .5 1 2 1 0
Clisby, lb .. .5 1 2 19 0 .
Bishop,If . . .5 0 0 4 0 0
Bouknight, rf .4 1 0 1 0
Campbell, c . .4 1.3 4 2
Livingston, p . .4 0 1 0 9
42 6 1 ' 30 ,201 3
AB R H PO A E
Hamett, ss . . .5 1 1 1.3 1
Qi'mncnn If 0 0 0 0 1
Ruff, c .. .-. .5 1 2 10 2 1
Fisher, 2b . . .4" 1 2 2 5 1
Moman, cf . . .4 0 1 0 0 0
Irby, 3b ... .4 0 0 1 1 0
Hill, rf & p . . .3 0 1 1 11
C. Culbertson p.4 0 1 1 2 1
G. Culbertgon lb4 0 0 .14 0 to
38 3 8 30 14 I
Score by innings:
Newberry.. .000 300 0003?#
Watts ......100 101 0000?4
Death of an Infant
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mm*
Henry Franklin, of* West End, died on
(SV+iiYvlov afternoon and was buried at
UUtUi UU^ ? ? ?
Roeern.ont cemet-ery on Sunday afternoon
at 3 o'clock, service by the iRev.
A.. M. Gardner.
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