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ITIStLY PERSONAL. i
T&e Movements of Many People, ?wberrlaiis,
and Those Who Visit
Mr. Guy Brown, of Georgia, arnvea
this week in Newberry.
Next week will be a week of features
at the Arcade Airdome.
Miss Agnes Houseal, of Ceda^town,
^rir w r; Houseal
Lrit., IS ?wiuu& ...
Miss Xelli-e Adams returned from a i
visit to Union this week.
Dr. and Mrs. E. 0. Hentz, of Pomaria,
were in the city Thursday.
Mr. Robert Morris left on WednesN
day for New York on a business trip.
Capt. and Mrs. W C. Sligh, of Jalapa,
spent Tuesday in the city.
Magistrate J. C. Sample and Mr. W.
S. Melton paid a visit to Greenville
Mr. Johnnie Holland is visiting relatives
at Chappells.?Johnston News91
iUUUllV/1 > wxov.
Messrs. E. M. Schumpert, Pope and
Munson Buford took in Parr Shoal's
Mrs. Martha Todd, of Newberry, is
visiting: her sister. Mr. T. C. Sumer-el
for a few days.?Clinton Gazette,'21st.
Mrs. Sallie B. Bolick, of Columbia,
is visaing her sister, Mrs. Vinnie B.
Deputy Sheriff Thos. A. Berley took
in the sights in Greenville a short
while this week.
Mrs. B. E. Juli-en has r?turned from
|visit$ng relatives in Ciarlotte, her
former home city. /
Mrs. E. T. Carlson has been called
to Saluda on account of the critical ,
illness of her mother.
Miss Mary Wood, of Cedartown, Ga.,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. H. Bowman.
Mrs. M. E. Caldwell is visiting in
Union and Prosperity.?Winnsboro .
News and Herald, 22nd.
Miss Vic Reid. of Chappell;?, visit- j
ing Misses Blanch Smith and Josie,
Reid.?Greenviile Piedmont, 20th. |,
'Mr. W. L. Ruff, of Laurens, spent a u
few days of this week in Winnsboro. j (
?Winnsboro News and Herald, 22nd. j j
Miss Eleanor Martin w j.s elected j'
vice president of the Chicora Alumnae ::
association at the meeting in Green-1
ville this week. i ]
Mr. W. H. Hardeman was placed npon
the committee on election and;(
returns at the meeting this week of *
the grand lodsie of Masons. I*
^ t Cit>ir?mnc onr? \Trc
ItiiS. LJCLllcl OiillX.lv/lli> uuu .n X K...
Mcintosh returned on Tuesday via ^
Charleston from an extended trip to
Boston and New York.
Mr. and Mrs. .T. Y1 Jones and chil- (
drgn, of Ncwberry, visited relatives ir ;,
Ninety Six on Sunday.?Ninety Six
cor. Greenwood Journal, 21st.
Dr. Willie Holloway and his charm- -s
ing wife, of Chappells, were the,!
guests of friends here on Friday.? j <
Tnnrnol 01 of L
\jri CVIl w uuu ,)Uiiiiiai, ,
Mrs. W. T. Livingston's name was I'
accidentlv omitted Tuesday in the list!
of surviving sister's of the late Lee j
* a. Singley.
Miss Lucile Dickert teacher of High
school at Timmonsville has returned
home, her' school having been closed 1
for the session.
Miss Nenie Caldwell is at home j (
for the holidays, her school in New- 1
berry having closed.?Winnsboro !.
News and Herald, 22nd. \
Mrs. W. W. Fulmer returned on
Wednesday to Columbia, after visit- ]
ing her daughter, Mrs. H. B. Wells ,
for a few days. ,
Miss Gladys Chappell, of Newberry, 1
has been elected teacher of the Edge- <
field city schools for the next ses- j 1
W. L. Epps has returned from Xew- j1
berry, where he visited his broth-er,
John L. Epps.?Spartanburg Herald,
Miss Ola Wilson is in Greenville
visiting her sister, Mrs. T. T^ake Cely, (
accompanied by her little nephew,
blaster Elliott Davenport.
Prof. S. J. Derrick, of Newberrvi]
college, will make the principal ad- i
dress of the evening at the closing i
exercises of the Saluda high school
on next Monday evening. ;
.Miss Lula Donnan who has beer
teaching in the Whitmire graded '
school for the past session is at home ;
to spend h-er vacation.?Tylersville
cor Clinton Gazette, 21st.
Misses Marietta Langford. of the
city, Elizabeth Fant, of Silverstreet
and Annie Fellers, ot rrosp-erity, have '
returned from Chicora college, the
session having ended. <
Probate Judge 0. C. Schump ri has
so far recovered from his rec nt critical
illness as to be able to "sit up
:md take notice" but he is not well
enough to come out.
Messrs. L. W. Jones, Herndon
TT TT T ^ ^ ,1 :
Jones, nenry taimun, n. u. ran cum j
Dr. Burns were among the number going
to Parr Shoals on Wednesday in
Messrs. W. H. Wallace, Jno. H.
Wicker, Jas. F. Epting and Dr. W.
G. Mayes are the delegates this week
to the Cokesburv District conference
Messrs. M. M. Bufora, G. B. Summer,
J. W. McKee and G. W. Borers
went to Parr Shoals on Wednesday
in Mr. Bower's new car, driven by
Mr. McKee, of Summer's garage.
Misses Pansy Davis and Olive Timmons
returned on Wednesday night
after a visit of two weeks to the home
of their uncle, Chief of Police W. H.
Mrs. P. C. Gaillard was elected second
vice-president of the Woman's
Foreign Missionary society of the
South Carolina conference, at the
meeting in Union this week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Steele and Mrs.
Alex Steele and child reached Xewber- J
rv from Statesville, N. C., by automobile
on Wednesday afternoon and
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
Mr. Floyd Bradley was among the
representatives of banks at the meet- j
ing of bankers in Greenwood this j
week. Messrs. J. Y. McFall and M. j
L. Spearman, as mentioned, were present.
Mr. J. F. Moore, the piano and orgaa.
man, will leave on Saturday for
a business trip into North Carolina
next week. During his absence his
instruments will be in charge of Mr.
A. S. Rae.
Mr. Hudson of Newberry, and Rev.!
Mt\ Johnson of AiVen, trustees of
Chjcora college, ra*> the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cely, during
commencement at Chicora.?Green- ! (
rille' News, 2?t1i.
Dr. 0. B. Mayer returned from Co- j.
lumbia on Tuesday, sick and unable1,
to go back to the hospital, where Ms j (
laughter, Miss Harriet, has been very I,
ill with appendicitis, but who is recovering
from the effects of the oper- i
irion which she underwent.
Rev. Edw. Fulenwider and Master (
Paul have returned from Charl-eston. I;
Mr. Fulenwider preached in that city j
)n Sunday, in the morning at St. !
John's, in the afternoon talked to the 1
joys' meeting of the Y. M. C. A., and 1
at night preached in St. Barnabas 1
>hurch. H? had a fine trip and was j1
heard by large crowds on all occa- i'
Miss Ruby Bowden. of New Bern, X. i1
2!., has been sent from Florence top
dewberry, as operator at the city of-;1
'ipp nf thp W TT T P in thp nhspm-p ! ^
r>f Mr. G. P. McMillan, who ison the i'
sic klist at his former home in, f Aim- j
berton, N. C. Miss Bowden Strikes ]
Dne at first glance as being a pleasant <
i-onnsr lady and an agreeable operator. <
and The Herald and News hopes she '
will enjoy her stay in Newberry. 1
Messrs. Eueene S. Blease, R. McC.
Holmes. Nat Gist, F. R. Hunter, Rev. <
\\ A. Hemrick. Harrv W. Dominick. 1
(did you see his picture in the Pied- ;
mont) C. J. Purcell and Fred. H. Dom- i
inick were the? delegates from New- j
berry to the State Elks meeting in
Greenville this week. Mr. Fred. H.
Dominick, district deputy grand ex- (
ilted ruler of South Carolina, responded
in behalf of the State association. '
-Misses Ruth Halfacre, Mary Braw- ]
ley, Annie Higgins, Fddie May Parr
*nd Margaret Renwick, Messrs. Renivick
Carlisle, James and Sam Crot- ^
cvell and Tom Brawley were the effiX
?ient waitresses and waiters at the ^
banquet under the supervision of the .
charming Mrs. I. H. Hunt, is the
peasant way in which the local correspondent
of the Columbia Record
?los?s an account of the Xewberry '
"ollege junior-senior banquet at the :
M'ssrs. Harry E. Copeland and Ed3ie
W. Rentz are home from Xewberry
college. They have finished their i
work at the institution, and are at 1
iiuiiit; uuu willing up aiiu uicitions
for their commencement exer- 1
cises. Then the president will give !
them a shecp skin and open the gate 1
and turn them out into the world for
themselves as graduates of Newberry ?
College to make their mark or dot, ]
as the case may oe.?unrnarat cor. Bamb?rg
VARIOUS AXfl ALL ABOUT. j
Parr Shells is a favorite place for
uitoists these days. (
Swat the fly and swat the rat.?Anlerson
Mai!. Swat your self and hush. 1
Fhe advice is no good.
Shop early and let the clerks off
early.?Anderson Mail. Now your advice
Let's have somc paved streets, j
WJiot'c thp in waitino-??Anderson
Mail. Are you speaking of Friend
street in Newberry?
The Civic association will m?~t
next Wednesday afternoon, May 28, at
5.30 o'clock at the residence of Mrs.
J. Y. McFall.
C. J. Purc-ell & Co.. sold 650 bales
of cotton on Wednesday to Cooper
& Grifnn of Greenvjjle, at 12 cents
Some people, may not know which
is the prettiest baby in town, but
never-the-less it is known to a certainity.
Shop early. Clerks and shopkeep..
ers wish to get out these afternoons.
?Anderson Mail. Good advice to be
The E. A. degree will be conferred
upon three candidates at the meeting
of Amity lodge of Masons, of Friday
A perfect baby has been found ;n
New York tenement district.?Anderson
Mail Come to Newberry for your
Come again, grand lodge of Odd j
Fellows. Your nersonnel has been I
much to command the respect of the
p-eople of Anderson.?Anderson Mail.
Thank you in behalf of Newberry.
"Is the Automobile Making Us Fat?"
asks a writer in the June American
Magazine.?Columbia Record. Look
for your self at the Newberry people
who o'vn automobiles.
Why Friend street is not or cannot
be repaired is beyond the compre- j
Ihension of all the ladies, children :
and men walking from the new postoffice
to the depot.
The guy who put the short in
strawberry shortcake was a gastron-;
omic galon.?Greenwood Journal. We ;
don't know whether to laugh or cry j
One fellow drinking a chocolate j
milk shake at Dr. P. E. Way's drug-!
"tore the other day regretted that he j
didn't have the throat of a giraffe, it
Lasted so good.
Mr. J. B. Newberry, Pickens county
judge of probate, marries many cou-'
pies. In Newberry the job doesn't fall
Dften to the probate judge, but occasionally
he gets one.
The fire, boys are practicing for j
'he tournament. If it were not for ;
the fire boys the fire bugs would b? !
more numerous. The fire boy makes '
:he fire fly and should be encouraged '
and treated right by Ae public.
St. Luke's colored mission Episco-1
pal high school baseball team will
play the graveltow^ athletics at Lit:le
Mountain on next Wenesday during
the mission school picnic exercises.
I>arge quantities of strawberries
left without a market in Eastern Car
Dlina and suffered in large part to
tvaste.?Lumberton, N. C., Robe^onian.
Think of it, ye Newberry strawberry
Now, serioufely, how about some
street paving? The longer we wait the
harder it will be to start.?Anderson
Mail. Down here in Fri-end street
the harder it is to wait and the longer
it is to start.
We have never been able to understand
just what is meant by an "all3ay-singing."?Greenwood
A.sk the Laurens people. They know
more about it than anybody else. At
least they have more of it.
Some people think a newspaper
man knows everything. Man askea
reporter other day why Friend street
rouldn't be fixed. Reporter didn't
know. Ask right man, whoever h-e
The hour for holding service at St. j
Luke's Episcopal church has been
changed to 6 o'clock, first and third
Sunday afternoons, by the Revfl Sanders
R. Guignard, who will visit Xewrnfrnlirlir
nn tlioco ci Ari C
It is so strange that people who live
in glass houses in Newberry are the
rery first to throw stones, always, and
that the one to cast the first stone is
?e one who is not without guilt. Observe
for yourself when you hear people
"Governor Bole Clease," is what
The Richmond Times-Dispatch calls |
Him.?Greenwood journal. maist
just about as funny as saying the !
Richmond Dimes-Tispatch. Has tfte j
same point and significance, which is
Reading the Dorchester Eagle one
:omes across names of places such as I
"Slnndsville," "Givnans. etc. 1: is
ivonderful to contemplate the thou-,
sands of dill rent names of places and
people. At Givhans there is a
Bivens, for instance.
The Air dome is strictly for white
p ople. Xo colored people allowed.
Ti.e management wishes this to be
understood thoroughly by the public,
so that there will be no misunderstanding
in this matter. Positively
no colored persons admitted.
There have been seven more candidates
added to Cateechee council, No.
4, I. 0. R. M., since last statement,
and Mr. Klettner and his help are after
all worthy men and women to be
come members of this high and noble
order which is doing so much to
Recorder Earhardt on. Thursday
morning sentenced R?ii?us Eichelbergcr
to pay a fine of $25 or se.*ve a
term of 30 days on the work gang.
E'Chelberger was up on the charge of
toj.rg pistol of illegal size, to which
he pleaded guilty, and for which he
id now serving time.
Handsomely engraved invitations
have been issued by the faculty and
graduating class of the Clemson Agricultural
college to the commencement
exercises which will be held
June 8, 9, and 10, 1913. The baccalaureate
sermon will be jpreached by
Rev. Howard Lee Jones.
The* Studebaker 25 owned by Magistrate
J. C. Sample and operated for
him, proved to be so satisfactory after
constant usage for public hire as
to encourage him to get another pf
the same make, through Mower's garage,
and Sample is now running
two automobiles for hire.
Minor cases ate up the time of the
recorder's court yesterday.?Wilmington
Morning Star, 20th..Tno. W. Earhardt
doesn't have "no such doings"
in his court. Nothing ever "ate up
the time" there. Neither did anything
ever drink it up although whiskey
cases are up occasionally.
"The house that Jack built"?or
rather the house that Mayor zacn * '.
Wright is having Contractor C. C.
Davis build for him?will command a
beautiful view from the corner of
the new postoffice building, and the
two handsome buildings are to add
much to the appearance of the avenue
leading from Mr. Wright's.
It is announced that patients at the
Morris Plains, New .Jerseey, State Insane
hospital will publish a newspaper.
The Greenville Piedmont calls
it a crazy idea. Crazy, of course, but
not more so than many a paper published
on the outside.
Fine showers of rain fell on Wednesday
after a long waiting spell.
The old postoffice building didn't
remain long in vacancy. ' Its reoccupancy
underwent a permanent arrangement
on Thursday by the entrance
there into of E. T Carlson on "he
one hand and T. M. Rogers on the
other. Their place just left will be
filled by M. Q. Chappell in a grocery
A motion for new trial in the whiskey
cases of Miller and Bedenbaugh,
argued before Recorder Earhardt on
Tuesday, W2$s overruled. The defendants
will appear before the recorder
on Saturday morning to receive
sentence, after which it is expected
that the cases will be appealed
to circuit court.
Another question asked the reporter
by a man who thinks newspaper people
know everything: "Why are some
dogs allowed to roam the streets unmuzzled
while other dogs are given
the right of way to go like the wind
whithpr t.hfiv will without the sisn o?
a muzzle?" Echo answers, why?
Don't tell us. Tell your troubles to
The Herald and News has mentioned
thjp organization of a minstel company
by Mr. A. L. Rikard. The Newberry
correspondent of the Columbia Record
of Wednesday says: "A. L. Rikard,
an enterprising young merchant
r?f tVnc "tnwn has orsranied a minstrel
show and will go on the road September
1. Mr. Rikard has 15 first class
negro musicians in his troupe and will
tour the Southern states. His many
friends wish him much success in kis
The trustees of the Newb-erry school
/-I ? r?f r? * /-> + Iioto i n thic. iccno nf tho nr?r>pr*
Li JL O C1 1 V_/ U IX Ci l V/ 1 IX C iJi *-o JiKJ y.J w v vy *. v ia ^ m v j.
a notice calling for an election "on
the 24th of June. If the election carries,
the additional tax of one-mill
levied will be applied principally to
sewerage and heating plant in the
Boundary street school, putting the
building in better sanitary" condition,
which is very desii"*ble and shoti^T
be done, as well as the repairing also
of the Pope building. This is a
move in the ri^t cUrection and it is
hoped will succeed.
Photographer Otway Salter has
taken some new views of a most
beautiful part of a street in the city,
; that has n-ver appeared in a picture.
It is a lovely road, showing the grac- '
ful curve in the bend as it turns the j
corner and glides downward to th - i
bridge over the creek in the low j
; ground of the old Werber place. The
! v\anntt' /~\ f a att? vvaftrri o o an a rl l j
I ucauij ui LUC ? KJIL^ ta - I
| scends the hill just after getting |
into Calhoun street from P-elham. It
is a popular driveway for automobiles
| and makes a delightful scene.
Although having nothing to do with
it, nevertheless and notwithstanding,
but this scribe and no pharisee is
glad that Greece and Bulgaria have
I quit quarreling over Salomica; that
Bulgaria and Scrvia are resting about
Monastir; that Servia and Montenegro
have let un on Scutari: and so forth
md so on. If it all or worse doesn't!
break out afresh before we go to press
again and change things, as the weather
somc,times does. If we have a
: rest on the Balkan situation we will
have more time for Japan, California,
j Mexico, etc., to say nothing of little
! things around Newberry, such as col
i lege commencement and the Jik-e.
Newberry in This >Vith Mr. Gist
Greeffville, May 21.?Among the
South Carolinians who are hert to
attend the show are*. J. N. Kirvin, of
Darlington; A. D. Harby, Sumter; W.
R. Gaffney, Spartanburg; J. A. Cobb,
Anderson; Geo. D. Shorse, Sumter;
!Xat Gist. Newberry; E. G. Gresham,
|Piedmont; R. A Jones, Union; Jas.
: Prince, Anderson; T. E. Crambolz,
; Camden, and others.
Another Segro Shot But >~ot Seriously ,
On Mr. D. W. Buzhardt's place,
iabout 6 miles east of the city, on
i Wednesday morning between t-en and
1 eleven o'clock. Wess Moses shot Josh I
I Reid with a double barrelled shot gun,
j at the distance of about 125 yards, and
! while the said Reid was running.
Moses shot twi?e and shot struck in
the back, the sides and hands of the
fleeing negro. Usual row among ne
jgroes. The wounds are not serious.
Deputies Thos. A. Berley and Wm. 1
Dorroh soon got on the trail of Moses,
and after tracking him for about three
i miles they captured him and brought
:him to town, where he now is in
^ jail. ,
Married in the Judge of Probate's
On Wednesday afternoon at about j
6.30 o'clock there was a very quiet i
marriage ceremony performed in the !
offinp nf thp inTtep nf nrnhnfp whir?h !
j ~ > => r > ~ j
was witnessed by County Auditor j
Eug. S. Werts and the city reporter :
for The Herald and News.
The ceremony was performed by1
Mr. Frank M. Schumpert in the ab- j
sence of Probate Judge Claude C. !.
Schumpert, who is at home sick but
improving. The acting judge and officiating
minister married the couple
i w-> v? n f nit . ?I 1
imiucuiat/ciy upuu issuing ui tut; nidiriage
license, and solemnly and im!
pressively made Mr. Charlie Grosnell
! and Miss Maggie Moss, both of Nrtwi
berry, husband and wife.
The proud groom cheerfully paid
jth-e fees for the license and the per-!
1 forming of the marriage ceremony '
i and he and his smiling bride calmly i
j walked from the office after having!
i been congratulated bv the iudee. the I
auditor amd the reporter, each of
whom wish for the happy couple all 1
that is good in life anr'. lots of it. (
E. F. D. Association.
The R. F. D. association of this
j county will meet in the court house f
at 11 o'clock on next Friday, the 30th,
to elect delegates to the State conj
vention which meets the fourth of .
July, and to transact any other bust- ,
iness that may come bofore the meeting.
All members and their subs are
requested to attend.
Should this reach you in time come ]
! and enjoy the 3 reel feature at The J
Arcade Airdome tonight.?Adv. j
At the residence of the officiating ,
minister, the Rev. D. P. Boyd, on Wed- i,
! , !
nesday evening at 8.30 o'clock, Mr. j
Lewis G. McCullough and Miss Fran:
ces A. Crooks were married. They!
left for Charleston, where the bride !'
has a brother, Mr. Wm. E. Crooks, in
attendance upon the Medical college.
Next week they will return to Newberry
and make their home for the
present at the residence of the bride's1.
uncle, Mr. J. J. Lane, where they, will; (
be pleased to see their friends and re- f
---- - 1? ~ r? r*\r nnn orr*o fnlotirvriQ
CeiVe Ulti UUSLUiiJa-i' wu&iaiuiuwvu- ;<
and well wfshes that always follow a
Jiappy couple in the early hours of (
bliss. May long life, full of joy, b-e }
the portion of the handsome groom 5
and the pretty bride. jt
Arcade Airdome perfect projection ensures
a steady and absolutely flicker!ess
picture.?Adv. ' c
SPECIAL NOTICES.; j
Orif* f^ni a Wnrrl. N'A a^* I
vertisement taken for les?
than 25 cents.
VCLCAMZIXG automobile and motorcycle
tires skillfully and promptly
done. Bring or send your tires in
ana gei mem DacK me same day.
Tube work a specialty. Mower's J
Garage, 1400 Main street. ?
WANTED?To trade piano for horse.
Address Piano care Herald and
COLOMBIA IGNITER dry batteries,
best made for automobiles, gasoline, fl
engines, and all purposes where a A
good battery is needed. Always in
Rtnrk nt Wnwfr's ttaraffp 1400 Main/
FOUND?A bunch of keys Wednesday
morning near county stables. Owner
may get same by applying at
The Herald and News office and id
paying for advertiseinjemt. T. ' J.
LOST?One hog, darit color, weighing
about 85 pounds. Notify J. L. Dick- I
ert, at market. 5-16-tf.
D. 0. FRICK?Practical -well driller
and contractor. Six and eight inch
wells. Prices reasonable. Sand a
specialty. Let me figure with you.
References furnished. D. 0. Frick,
Little Mountain, S. C.
TO MY CUSTOMERS FRIENDS 11
?I have moved my blacksmith shop \'
to the Newberry Machine Shops, ? a
Collins & Smith, back of 0. Kletl?.
. ner's store, where you will find me ^
still doing first-class horse shoeing
at 60c. all round, and also all kinds ' j
of repair wood work. Please call to
see me before having work done.
W. M. Davis, Horseshoer.
XEWBERRY BUSINESS SCHOOL will
open summer session on May 26. Alt
persons anticipating enrolling at the
opening of the session will please
notify Mrs. H. 0. Ray, Newberry, S.
C., Main street, phone 244. -4
TRESPASSING on our places in No.
2 township is hereby forbidden under
penalty of law. 1
Mary C. Folk, I
T. W. Folk, I
M. L. Dickort. - I
FOR SALE?Sweet Potato Plants,
Xancy Hall, Porto Ricofi Providence ,
and Golden B-eauty at $1.75,. per
thousand. C. P. Pelham.
A BARGAIN?A Harley Davidson motorcycle
as good as new at Sum- >
mer's liarage. ? v
STRAYED OR STOLEN?3 weeks ago 1
a bull calf, reddish color, with a , /A
white' spot on hind leg, white tip- 1
ped tail, hair rubbed off around 1
horns. Information will be appre- >
ciated. Carrie Gilliam, Silverstreet, ^
S C. It
Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edward mienwiuer, pascuw
Nothing preventing, the following
5%'ill be the program of divine services
at the Lutheran Church of the Re4
Jeemer next Sunday:
11 a. m. The regular morning service.
The pastor will preach the
fourth in the series of special sermons
on the Sermon on the Mount.
The subject will be, "The Last Word
on Prayer." The texts are Luke 11:2,
'One of His disciples said unto Him,
Lord, teach us to pray." Matt 6:9,
"Affot. fViic rosnnpr therefore Dray ye."
The section of Scripture to be studied
Is Matt. 6:5-15. Prayer is one of the
neatest subjects that has ever been '
before n ?.n The Bible is truly a
manual of prayer. One of our great
men has said, "Your praying will
rcake y>u stop sinning or your sinning
will make you stop praying."
5 p. m. The Sunday school metts.
This is a convenient and delightful
?.onr of the day to atend the school, '
ind parents are urged to come and
mns: the children with them. There
iiv e'asses and teachers for all. v?-J
The public is cordially invited to
ill the services. |
?w Farmers Line.
A new telephone station has tren
irldfd to the farmers line 2900, which
extends from the Prosperity exchange ;
;o the surrounding country.* The new |
subscriber is Mr. P. A. Stockman's resdence.
Th? farmers of Newberry
iounty are making excellent progress'' i
n the martyr of securing telephone
service and there is every indication
.11 cl L tllio LUUU L V t> 111 cuvu wv ~
).v a net work of telephone lines.
T : ?????
The crowds still grow at The Arcade
Airdoroe. Are ycu in thr crowd?