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The Movements of Many People, >~eivberrians,
and Tli<>se Who Visit
Miss Mary Bradham, of Manning, is
visiting Miss Lucy Hill.
Mr. J. M. Counts lefi on Monday for
Columbia on business.
Mr. L. T. Adams, of Pomaria xo. 6,
was in the city Saturday.
, Mr. John J. George, of Bessemer
City, X. C., is in the city on business.
Miss Annie Green, teacher at Buffalo.
will reach home Tuesday on va
Miss Trent Keitt, of Newberry, is |
the guest of Mrs. A. V. Martin.?Clin- j
ton Chronicle, 5th. !
Mis' es Bessi-e and Lillian KiDier ex-1
pect to attend the summer school at
Columbia university in New York.
Misses Margaret Burton and Kate
Rummer returned last week from the
college for Women, Columbia.
Miss Lula Werts, who has been
teaching in Georgia, has returned
Miss Mamie Payne, or Aiianta, speni,
the week-end with Mrs. J. B. Walton.
Mrs. F. 0. Black, of Bainbridge, Ga.,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Hill. ,
iMrs. G. C. Walter and little son, of j
Birmingham, are visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bowman.
Miss Bessie Kibler, who teaches
school in Wicomico, Va., has returned
home for the holidays.
Miss Frances Seabrook, of West
minster, Md., is visiting Miss Sara
.Mr. Guy B. Foster, of Greenville,
spent the week-end with Mr. I. H.
v Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Jones attended
tie graduating exercises of the College
for Women in Columbia on
IMrs. W. H. Hunt has returned to
her home in Newberry after sp?nding
several days here as the guest of Mrs.
W. J. Bailey.?Clinton Chronicle, 5th.
Mr. and Mrs. Clary, of Newberry,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kinard.
?(Ninety Six cor. Greenwood Index,!
L. Wm. Green, of the Atlantic
Coast Lin?, Florence, spent Sunday j
and Monday with his parents, Mr. and i
Mrs. J. R. Green.
Mr. R. Y. Leave] 1 will on Tuesday i
afternoon attend in Columbia the'
meeting of the South Carolina Funeral
ftfiss Drucie Smith, of Newberry, is ;
in tbe city to attend the reunion of
class 1JH1, G. F. C.?Greenville Piedmonth,
Mr. Jacob F. Epting and Miss Ber-!
tha Rawls, of Columbia, and Mrs.
Janie Ballentine, of Lexington, are
Tisiting Mr. L. I. Epting.
Mrs. J. F. Moore, of Hiddenite, X. j
^ C., tias arrived in the city to be with
her husband. Mr. Moore is the new j
piano and organ man at the Crotwell.
Mr. J. H. Adams, Blairs, while in
the city Friday, put in his protest
? ?- mi?
Here against not receiving me xxeraiu
and News on time. The fault is not
in this office, Mr. Adams.
Mr. B. B. Davis, of Columbia, spent
the week-end in Newberry, and took
in part of the commencement. He
wasn't here long but what he got of i
commencement was good,, he says.
Miccoa TToIon nnd "FHizflhefh TTpnt7_ I
Mattie Cromer, Vinnie Brown, Kate (
Neel and Clara Brown returned last
week from the Woman's college, Due
Miss Sarah Gary, of Newberry, S.
C- has arrived in the city to spend
several weeks as the guest of Mrs.
Alex Craig at her home on North
Caldwell street.?Charlotte Observer,
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Aull and j
daughter, little Miss Julia Kate Aull,:
t>f Columbia, were visiting relatives in
Jvewberry the week-end. Miss Alice
A Mlt A f Am Vi A rv^ A T\TAT-I
!ja.uli dttuuiyauicu ljuciu uuuic iuuuday.
Capt. George M. Bishop, trainmaster
-of the new division of the C. & G.
will move his family to Greenwood
at an early date. He has purchased
the home of Mrs. H. B. Jennings on
Cambridge street.?Greenwood Index.
Many guests are now at th-e college
*njoying this very festive commencement.
Among the number are: Mrs.
Wm. Smith, Drucie Smith, Mrs. I. M.
Smith, Mrs. Workman and Mr. Claude
Workman, all of Kinards.?Greenville
Vrof. S. J. Derrick, of Newberry col
lege, has by invitation delivered a |
number of addresses at-the closing ex- i
ercises of various graded schools in
Ctn-o 3-n/*nor fit ."(1 ! >"| p Sf'lllt)! fit
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Manning last week.?Lutheran Church
Superintendent B. L. Jones has been
reelected superintendent of the Laurens
city schools. From the large
number of times they have reelected
him it seems he gives great satisfaction.
He is from Newberry, yoj know.
He arrived in the city Saturday.
Mr. G. V. Boozer and family, Mr.
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J. L. Boozer ana iaunu, i.*n. c. x?,.
Boozer, 'Mr. J. L. Williams, and Mr.
| E. C. Bedenbaugh and his mother attended
the burial of their cousin,
Dudley Bedenbaugh, at Prosperity on
Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock.
"Dr. Jones' eloquent and inspiring
discourse was followed with sym pathetic
and appreciative interest," is
how the Laurensvill-e Herald charac
terizes the commencement sermon by
the Rev. Dr. E. Pendleton Jones in
Laurens at the recent school closing
Miss Lillian Kibler was one of three
receiving the high-est honors in the
graduating class at Winthrop this
year. The boys and girls from Newberry
are following in the footprints
of their parents in sustaining the
~ <3 Vw f-r VATT*V\Qr_
proud reputation tjuju^eu uy
ry in having the distinction of furnishing
br:lliant material for the
front ranks in the State.
I William Halfacre, on of the city
j carriers connected with The Herald
I and Xews (and one *of the best the
paper has ever had, and it has had
i some good ones and have a couple
more now) left on Saturday to visit
his grandfather, Mr. F. E. aMybin, at
r>^i+9 ?in Tin ion county, and spend
! some time. His substitute is Henry
iRikard, who, from ail appearances
land general reputation, seems to be
J a boy that will make good. ^
YARIOUS ATO ALL ABOUT.
Why, they are getting up a Chautauqua
even for little Batesburg.
Parcels post packages may be sent
C. 0. D. on and after the first of
I July. /
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Tiie Darrei 01 nour was wun u.y mioS
| Bessie Sanders at the Airdome Saturi
i If we wish to have friends we must
i he friendly.?Batesburg Herald. Impossible
to have them without the
Have a kind word and a pleasant
smile for every oe.?Batesburg Her
aid. It is easy, and yet some persons
seem to find it hard to do so.
They are still at the good work of
arresting and punishing persons in
Greenville guilty of cruelty to animals.
The position ar the Newberry Coca
Cola Bottling works resigned by Mr.
J. M. Counts is being filled by Mr.
James E. Pay singer.
ThinV nf warmine bv a fire the 9th
of Jane. That is what many people in
Newberry did. Overcoats were in
The sweet girl graduate gets the
; start with commencement. But the
tomato club girl will soon ketchup.?
jAthenes Herald. We nave tne iormer
here, why not the latter.
| The drowning on Sullivau's Island
| last week of Mr. Charles Ashley, a
young man of Aiken, recalls the fact
that he was a classmate of our fel,low
townsman, Mr. B. V. Chapman.
! Miss Genevieve Evans and Mis si
Sarah' Houseal entertained last week
for Miss Bess Gilder, whose marriage
to 0. H. Joh of Atlanta, will occur
There will be nothing in the way
this time for the town's rlect'on cn
the 24th instant- provialug that the
mayor and aldermen hold office for
two years instead -of one.
A diamond ring valued at $25.00
will be given by Arcade and Airdome
Saturdajr, June 21, to party holding
lucky number. Get numbers with
The Ladies' Aid society of Trinity
church will give an ice cream festival
next Saturday afternoon, 14th, begin- I
ning at 3.30 o'clock and lasting until
10 at night. Public invited.
The views of the new postoffic-e, exterior
and interior, are fine, and, especially
well and handsomely does the
group of those connected with it in!
the various departments show up in
The great change in the weather occasioned
by a decided drop in the
mercury Sunday night and Monday
jLiiuA mii 5, attcr liiit; aiiuvvcio, mau-e a.
difference in commencement clotlws
if it did nothing else.
"Girl wins four honors at Newber
ry?remarkable record of Miss Amy
"Werts?Miss Annie Kinard shares the
laurels." These headlines in daily
| papers give Newberry a prominent
place in the picture.
Robert Gist is filling a position a: j
| Dr. P. E. Way's drug store, his post
I of duty being the fountain whence j
j the cooling summer drinks flow, to a
, large extent relieving the burden of i
j Dr. Way and Dr. Geo. K. Hutchinson.
| Some people didn't recognize The
j Herald and Xews at first glance last j
| issue. A change in the head, like the 1
putting on of a new bonnet makes a
j Dig amerence in iooks until you sti^
jused to it. But this is not a case of
This is not the usual commencement
weather, by a good deal.
Lots of people here in Xewberry
iknew that Tom Felder's talk in At-|
| lanta was nothing but big bluff. Pity j
I .. , 1
that the man cam oe compelled ia
shut up or do something.
The mail box in front of the postoffice
will prove a convenience and an :
accommodation to tbe general public,
and it will be appreciated by everybody
having a sense of appreciation.
Some people, yon know, have no ap- j
j preciation and don't appreciate any- 1
| thing. |
The whole State is becoming interI
ested in alfalfa. Alfalfa clubs are
j being formed and the newspapers are
| discussing alfalfa growing at grcat
I length. South Carolina will probably
' become the greatest alfalfa growing
State of the Southeast.?Rock Hill
Herald. Let's let Newberry in.
| The Newberry firemen are trying j
to get in form for some of that prize
money at the State tournnameni in
Abbeville the 24th, 25th and 26th of
this month. The grand total of cash
'prizes amounts to $715 and some of
+ !-? >. wva?att vrrsviils? ^ /\r\1r- crr\r\A i *-?
i LUC JLHUHCJ W UU1U iUUA ah txiv^
hands of the Newberry contingent.
' The prizes range from $150 down.
Hope Xewberry will get a large share.
The case of J. A. Blackwelder, who
is charged with having violated the
i State banking laws while he was pres|
ident of the Bank of Chapin some ;
years ago, was set for trial upon the
convening of court in Lexington MonIday
morning. This case will be very
.interesting to the public because it
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I is uie iirsi cast; ui us cuaiautci lu
! come before the courts of this State.
| Bear in mind that the Rev. K. G.
: Finlay, a prominent clergyman of the
Episcopal church in South Carolina,
bas accepted the invitation to deliver
the address at the "flag day" celebraition
by the Newberry Elks on next
! Friday night at th<* opera house.v
| Commencement of Newberry college
through Wednesday, then flag day by
the Elks Friday night.
i An event of Thursday afternoon
I was the informal bridge party at
I which Mrs. J. Epps Brown was hos!tess
in complimenet to Mrs. William
Gray, of Richmond, Va., who is visiting
! Mrs. Fairfax iMontague and to Mrs.
;John Brown, who has recently come
; from Richmond to make her home
in the city. Mrs. Brown's guests in:
eluded twenty friends.?Atlanta Journal,
I "The address to the graduating
; class will be delivered by TV. H. Hunt,
: of Xewberry. Mr. Hunt needs no ini+rnHiintinn
tn thp nf Smith i
j Carolina." So says the State in anti;
cipation of the address on Wednesday i
'morning at the closing exercises of
! che University of South Carolina. Mr.
i Hunt needs no introduction, and well
| may Columbia look for a treat, for
!she will not be disappointed.
Reporting the graduating exercises
of the Clinton hieh school the last
| issue of the Clinton Chronicle says of
the address of Dr. D. D. Wallace, con- 1
eluding an interesting synopsis of
the same: "His address was a most;
excellent and masterly one, and was i
thoroughly enjoyed by the large aud-1
ience with which he was greeted." j
Here is where the reporteer can say,1
"Told you so."
Baseball In the Piedmont.
Watts of Laurens, and West End, of
Newberry, fought hard to a tie score
in their regulai scheduled game here ,
Saturday afternoon, the game beiig.
i called at the end of the tenth inning
to allow thee Laurens club to catcli j
a train. At first the rain threatened;
to break up the game, but after the :
first few innings which were played
j in a drizzle, the clouds passed away.
jBoth clubs' playing was something
tight while Livigston showed brighter
upon the mound than his opponents..
Watts and West End are still tied i
in the percentage column and the I
game Saturday will more than likely (
be played off at first opportunity.
Coming, "Carmen," big Thanhouser ,
feature in three reels. Watch for \
further notice. The Arcade Motion
SCI-OOL RALLY AT POHARIA. i
Siipt. J. E. Swearincen to l>e Present.
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UlIlCl OJHUKCl JL It lilt' U1I1ner.
The new school building at Pomaria
has been completed. An educational;
rally and picnic dinner will mark the j
event on Friday of this week. No for- !
mal program has been arranged.'
though several short speeches wih be
State Superintendent of Education
J. E. Swearingen will come up from
Columbia and make a speech. Prof.
J. B. O'Xeall Holloway, a former pupil
and teacher of the school, will also
make a short talk. Dr. .T. Henry ;
Harms, Dr. E. Pendleton Jones, and
Prof. S. J. Derrick, of Newberry, will
also be among the speakers.
Everybody is invited to come to Po-;
marici nn "FVirtav and rppinipp with
the good people of that community on
the most important event in the history
of the community?the completion
of a modern and up-to-date brick
How He Found Them.
Rock Hill Herald, 7 th.H.
R. McFaaden has returned from
a stay at his farm in Newberry county.
He reports that conditions on the
farms down that way are fine. The .
harvesting of small grain has been
corn-Dieted, corn is locking well and
cotton is in good condition, the fields
being clear of grass and weeds.
The prospects in that section of the
State are exceptionally good, Mr. McFadden
Death of Xrs, Longshore.
Mrs. Mary E. Longshore, wife of
Mr. Levi F. Longshore, aged 73 years,
died of pellagra after five weeks illf
ness at her home in the Trinity section,
on Friday morning at 11 o'clock,
and was buried at Trinity on Saturday
morning at 11 o'clock, service by
the Rev. 0. A. J-effcoat. The pall
bearers were her grandsons as follow:*
ITnp-h Ma rein and Rnv Lone
snore, Gus and Lee Dennie and Mad
Throughout her life Mrs. Longshore j
held the reputation of being well be- j
loved not only by her very large num- i
ber of relatives and family connections,
but by the community generally,
and by all who knew her and they
were many. No one had more sincere
friends, and the secret of it is "she
was a sweet old lady/' as some one
remarked in- speaking of her death.
She carried the sweetness of hei;
youth tp the years of her old age and
held the hearts of her friends.
"Rpsiries her husband, she is surviv
ed by the following sons and daughters:
M. J. Longshore, of No. 7 township;
W. E. Longshore, of Trinity
section; Mrs. N. Y. Dennis, of Mollohon;
T. Cothi-an Longshore, of Utopia, >
and Mrs. E. L. Paysinger, of the city.
She is also survived by about 25 j
grandchildren and about eight great
The husband who has lost a good
wife and the children who have lost
a devoted mother in the one who has
gem to her great reward after having
successfully reared a large family of
children have the sympathy of ail in
their bereavement. But she has only
gone on to take up life with her children
Policeman Stone Resigns.
Change is the order of the day. One
man does a thing, another follows
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SU1I. file XIlcUl suiuiuco, auuLuci
the same. One man resigns, so does
another. Often it follows in a circle,
occasionally it becomes epidemic.
The resignation of Deputy Sheriff1
Thos. A. Berley was followed by the '
resignation of Policeman H. 0. Stone.1
Mr. Stone resigned to accept the po-'
sition of sub-carrier at the postoffice :
and to have more time to devote to
selling the Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
He and Rural Carrier T. E. Wick-1
er know how to sell the Harley-David-!
sons and He nas also naa some experience
in handling the mails, con-!
sequently it is not altogether new to
him and will come easy.
Like Mr. Berley in his position Po-;
liceman Stone was making a reputa- j
tion and it goes without saying that
he will be alright where.he is.
, A tfear-Serlor* Accident
In attempting to swing the down
C., N. & L. freight to the junction I
tr/Mla rt-n wnv tn his work" at 'the !
TY JUL XX yi 11 wuv ?? w*. j ww
substation of the Southern Power com- '
pany on last Friday evening Mr.!
Robert L. Lewie w^s knocked down
by the incoming C., N. & L. mixea
train, "Baby Graham," and came near
meeting with a very serious if not
fa/tal accident. He kad his shoulder
blade dislocated. Mr. Lewie was hurried
home and Drs. J. K. Gilder and
F. D. Mower were called. They
promptly responded and attended to
the injuries and Mr. L.ewie is geiung
along all right.
COURT OF C03DI0N PLEAS.
Lisrht Docket?umber of Cases Disposed
of?Many Plead Quilty.
The court of general sessions for
Newberry county convened on Monday
with Judge Jas. H. Devore presiding.
Solicitor Cooper and Stenographer
Dodson were at their posts
Tli "re was a very light docket, only
a few prisoners lyeing in jail and
most of the defendants pleaded guil
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ty. Therefore, it is prooaDie uai me
court will complete its business Tuesday
morning, receive the presentment
of the grand jury and adjourn sine
The following cases were disposed |
State vs. J. H. Turner?murder?not
guilty. This is the case in which Ru- j
ral Policeman Turner killed a negro
mar Prosperity who resis-ted arrest
and Mr. Turner had to shoot in self
State vs. Frank Killian?housebreaking
and larceny?pleaded guilty, j
sentenced to the reformatory at Florence
for five years. This is the little ]
white boy who confessed entering a'
number of homes in Newberry only
recently and taking -therefrom a lot
of jewelry, money and other valuables.
Stat? vs. Hal. Padgett?larceny of
livestock?pleaded guilty, sentenced
to two years in the reformatory at
Florence. This is a white boy from
Saluda county who is charged with
the larceny of a horse.
State vs. Bob Sanders?assault and
battery with intent to kill?pledded
guilty, two years in the p-enitentiary
or the public works of the county.
Sta:e vs. Ernest Suber?violation of
dispensary law?tried in his absence
?guilty, sealed sentence.
State vs. Harry Y<mng--violation of
dispensary law, tried in his absence?
guilty, sealed sentence.
True bills were also found against
Hayne Wesley, assault and battery
with intent to kill, ana snas itoDerison,
violation of dispensary law.
3Ir. TV. H. Eddy's >*ephew Injured.
The daily newspapers on Sunday
carried an account of a shocking accident
happening to young Frank Eddy,
the 16-year-old son of Mr. Joseph
H. Eddy, living 3 miles from Ninety
Six. On Saturday afternoon young
Eddy stepped on a moving belt to a
4.1". v>monVii'nQ onrl TV51 c thrown
tin esuing, Uuu wvj
against the engine, having his skull
crushed. He was 'taken to the Greenwood
hospital where he was operated
upon, in all probability being fatally
injured. Mr. W. H. Eddy, uncle of
the lad, says his last information was
that there was no change in the boy's
condition, which is extremely critical.
Howard-Ewart Wedding in >'ort!i Carolina.
Wadesboro, (N. C.), Ansonian, 4th.
The home - of Mr. and Mrs. G. M.
Howard was the scene of a lovely
wedding this morning at 7.30 o'clock,
when their only daughter, Miss Nancy
Frontis Howard, was given in marriage
to Mr. W. F. Ewart, of Newber
ry, S. C. The parlor was t>eauuruny
decorated with white and pink cut
flowers and ferns. The improviso altar
was lighted with pink candles.
The bride was preceded to the
altar by her two little nephews, George
Robert and Jesse McRae Howard, Jr.,
the ribbon boys, wearing white suits.
Frances Barron Howard, a little
niece of the bride, was the ring bearer,
and wore a dainty dress of white
batiste with pink ribbons. Next came
the groom with his best man, Mr.
George Brown, of Newberry. Then
came ./the lovely bride with h$j dame
of honor, Mrs. Jesse McRae Howard.
The bride's dress was white voile with
lace trimmings, vith wliich she wore
a white picture hat and carried
a white prayer book with pendant
bouquet of sweet peas.
Her only ornament was a rope
of pearls, the gift of the groom. The
dame of honor wore white voile over
pink, with a large black hat, and carried
pink carnations. The ceremony j
was performed by Rev. G. D. Herman, J
which was witnssed by a number of
friends from Wadesboro and other
points. A number of beautiful and
handsome presents attested the popularity
of the couple. Mrs. Ewart was
one of Wadesboro's most loveable
young women, gifted and talented.
The groom is a prominent business
man of Newberry, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Ewart left at 9.03 this
morning for their home at Newberry.
Those attending the Ewart-Howard
wedding from out of town were:
Messrs. E. H. Longshore and George
Brown, of Newberry, S. C.; Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Howard, of Concord; Miss
t "u^'Rap nf Statesville; Miss Hat
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tie Howard, of Morganton.
Mrs. G. M. Howard entertained the
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for lest 1
than 25 cents. I
D. 0. FRICK?Practical well driller 1
and contractor. Six and eight inch I
wells. Prices reasonable. Sand a I
specialty. Let me figure with you. I
References furnished. D. 0. Frick, fl
Little Mountain, S. C.
FOR SALE?Poultry. Purewhitei In- fl
dian Runner Ducks, Ancona and
Leghorn yearling hens. C. P. Pelham.
FOR SALE?Nancy Hall Sweet Potato
plants, $1.75 per thousand.
"WILL BE AT Jacobs' Stables during
vacation and will answer calls day
or night. T. B. Jacobs, student Ohio
tSate University, Veterinary Department.
Phone, Day 2, Night, 257.
BARBECUE?I will give a first class
barbecue at my residence on July 4.
Will sell meat and hash 11.30. J.
T XV DP 4 r*TV
<J TT j\jE<,-iurx~i?oiiui; liiafvci <tuu icpairer.?I
have been compelled to
adopt the cash on delivery system,
in the conduct of my shoe repairing
business, as the expense" of collecting
involves too great a proportion
or time and profit. 6-10-3t.
Card of Thanks.
We hereby extend our sincere
thanks to all friends and neighbors
who visited Mr. George M. Shealy, our
father and husband, in his last jlljnes?.
May Get bless them.
Mrs. Ann Shealy and Children.
Newberry, S. C., June 4, 1913.
Can Send Parcels Post Packages
C. 0. D.
| B-eginning July 1st, patrons of the
parcels post may send packages C.
0. D., fjr a il-arge of ten cents, ac;
cording to information and instructions
received tb? local postoffi**.
me a a en: 10 iJ a i <-osi or ten cents, 10
be paid in i ai ri post stamps will also
include the charge of insuring the
park ago, to &a amount not exceeding I
Th- co'lpcffon for packeges through I
jthe po? cfSre system, is a decidedly
new feature of postal work, and nat- [
urally its adoption in connection with
the parcels post is somewhat of an ;
?i - ii -4 u!?i. _;*i
experiment, tne result 01 wmun wm i
be watched with considerable interest.
Packages thus sent C. 0. D. !
may be sent only from a money order
office, and only to a money order office.
The amount to be collected cannot
exceed $100 on any one package.
Remittance by Money Order.
I The remittance to the sender of "
tbp; package will be by money order.
I When the addressee receives the
I package, he signs a receipt, which is
considered as his application for a
m/~.-riQT7 nvr?or fnr tho smrmnf for
upon the package. With this re- |
ceiept application the postmaster
makes out a money order for the
amount and returns it to the sender
of the package. While the instruc#
tions so far received do not give
specific information upon this point,
ft is believed that the remitting
paAy will have to pay the regular
money, order fees upon the amount
Can't Examine Package.
| One feature about C. 0. D., business
which would be carefully noted,
is that he addressee will not be permitted
to examine the package be^'
fore paying for it He will not be
given an opportunity to examine it
until he has paid his money and been
given a receipt. This preclueds the
possibility of sending a package subject
to examination through the C. 0.
D., Method. If the receiving party p
! finds after he has gotten the pack- J
Vio Hnoc nnt want tn acceDt
j uat UV/ uww MW ?. w?
| it, he cannot then refuse payment.
If he declines to accept the package
; at all, it must be before the payment
The teacher in the country school
decided to have each one of her pupils
draw some of their lessons that they
[might have some practice in this direction,
says Harper's Bazaar.
She therefore recited the story of
the landing of the Pilgrims, and after
she had finished she asked that
each pupil draw from his or her own
idea a picture of Plymouth Rock.
The majority went to work, but one
little boy hesitated and finally raised
"What is it, George?"
"Please ma'am, what do you want
us to draw, a hen or a rooster?"
n_.? _i Vvwi/lol T\o T"f TT otlH TiPT*
EjW cXL l-Xi-U v>aiu Uiiuai ycL*. \,j ajj.v*
house guests at a buffet dinner on
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