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PrKELT PERSONAL. j
The tfoTements of 3Iany People, >'ew?
berrians, and Those ?iio Visit
Misses Eva Gary and Sara Pope are
visiting relatives at Kinards.
Mr. Jno. C. Mills was in the city
on Tuesday from Prosperity, Xo. 5.
Miss Helen White is visiting relatives
in Newberry.?Abbeville Medium,
Mr. and Mrs. Swittenburg, of New
b:"rry, attended the tournament last
week.?(Abbeville Medium, 1st.
Miss (Margie Winn, of Prosperity, is
visiting Mrs. W. D. Ferguson.?Abbeville
T. W. Coleman, of Whitmire, was in
Columbia ^yesterday, stopping at the
Jefferson.?The State, 1st.
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rv. A. Jtiemnch. ui .\r?ucn.?
Columbia yesterday at the Imperial.?
The State, 1st.
Mr. W. C. Bynum, with his assistants,
this we-:k opened the summer
school at Anderson.
Misses Bessie and Julia Kibler have
gone to New York to take a course of
study in Columbia university.
E. H. Bowman, of Newberry, was at
the imperial yesterday.?The State,
Mr. Osborne ("Bounce") Dennis,
mentioned in last issue as having
been hurt by lightning, is improving.
Rev. N. A. Hemrick has been chosen
as chaplain of the State Hospital for
Miss Delia Cudd will leave early in
July for Newberry, where she goes to
b-e a bridesmaid at the Gallman-Stuckl
ey wedding.?Spartanburg Herald.
Little Miss>Helen Milford left Saturday
for an extended visit to relatives
Miss Isolene Wyche of Prosperity,
is a guest at the home of T. H.
Thompson on Hillcrest avenue.?The j
-Mrs. C. M. Cook, of Newberry, arrived
in the city today to visit her
daughter, iMiss Clara Cook.?Spartanburg
Mrs.'Rivers Stone and children
have gone to Newberry to visit Mrs.
Lalla Simons.?Spartanburg Herald,
Mrs. Jno. M. Suber and her daughter,
Miss Myllie Suber, of Whitmire,
were in town shopping on Wednesday.
'Mr. J. Monroe Swindler was in the
Ninety Six section of country on
Tuesday. " He says very little rain
has fallen there since April.
Mrs. J. M. Caldwell has as her
Aiioo Caldwell and Miss
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Eugenia Caldwell, of Newberry, S. C
Miss Dorothy Taylor, of Newberry,
is spending some time with her sister,
Mrs. Herbert Ehrhardt.?Ehrhardt
cor. Bamberg Herald, 3rd.
Mr. C. C. Davis and little son Edward,
left Thursday for Brevard, N.
C., on a businesg trip of about two
Mr. D. P. Werts will leave Gettysburg
for Fairmont, N. C., to visit his
daughter, Mrs. R. L. Latimer, before
Misses G-?nevia Thornton and Pearl
Davis, of Newberry, are visiting the
Misses Traynham this week.?Honea
Path Chronicle, 8nd. - ?
Mr. Wm. Johnson has shown the reporter
a telegram from New Orleans,
under date of June 30, which reads:
"J. M. Johnson, Jr., arrived tonight
iMr. L. G. Eskridge is a member of
one of the various committees of the
Retail Hardware Dealers association
of the Carolinas, to meet in annual
convention at Rich nond, July 8-11.
iMiss Annie Paysinger, one of the
fine clerks at Caldwell & Haltiwan?
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spending vacation with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Paysinger.
?'Mrs. M. T. Coleman and a party
composed of the following, Miss-s
iLavinia and Eugenia Coleman, Ruth
and Lucy Link, Messrs. Robert and
James Coleman and Mark Link, left
for a month's camping trip to Little
Mountain Monday.?Abbeville Medium,
Tr A "R K'pwh.r
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ry college, 1910, LL. B. Unversity of
South Carolina, 1912, who attended
Harvard last session, has been in the
city the past few days looking over
ihe situation preliminary to settling
somewh re in the State for the practice
of law.?The State, 3rd.
Mrr J. A. Blackwelder and family,
leaving Xewberry will make their fu|
ture home in Concord, X. C., that be!
ing their former home. Mr. Blackjweld-r's
friends will be glad to know,
however, that he will be in Xewberry
from time to time, as this city is in
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tne territory over wnicn ne uaveio
in his line of business.
Col. E. H Aull, editor of the Newberry
Herald and News made a most
excellent talk on improving the rural
schools before the Press association.
After hearing this talk we have no
hesitatncy in saying that the people or
Newberry made a mistake by not
keeping him in cnarge oi tneir scnooi
affairs.?Orangeburg Times and Democrat.
Just lots of people will be glad to
know that Mr. Henry H. Blease has
come back to liv-e in his old home
city. His family in Staunton. Va.,
will come later, except a little son who
''?? T T _ 1* a m CnMm rv r\ n
IS Wlin mm. ne lias luancu a uuyai lnership
with his lawyer brother, Mr.
Eugene S. Bltase. The Herald and
News welcomes Harry Blease (everybody
calls him "Harry") back to
VARIOUS AND AIL ABOUT.
fhe banks of the city will be closed
on Friday, 4tb. of July.
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schools is going to take well, -else we
are no judge of human nature.
As was said before, the moving picture
shows are here f the 4th of
That lawn-sprayer for the r~st room
was the present of Mr. Lambright at
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liet a.Iltia.U OL Jiiu. n>. ivia,yca: uwa j
at his fixtures for moving pictures
in show window of book and variety
store. Pretty good ^et off.
Miss Minnie Crouch, of Newberry
is spending a while in the city with
'Mrs. J. E. Glenn.?Laurens Advertiser,
Looking for trouble is not always a
mistake. If you set it in time, you
m;?v hp nhle to dodze it.?The Youth's !
Newberry has three or four pieces
of timbers in the good material for
candidates for county supervisor to
succeed W. A. Hill when he retires
from that office.
Supervisor Hill is having the old
courthouse Dainted red. In some sec
tions of country people ride to the
court house and paint it red over
night. They have quit that here.
Newberry college men have clubs
in Savannah and Charleston. And
while the Columbia club is one ofxthe
youngest, at the same time it is one
of the most enthusiastic.?The State
Dr. J. S. Moffatt, president of Erskine
college, Due West, will preach at j
the Prosperity A. R. P. church next |
Snndav at 11 a. m.. and at Cannon's I
Creek at 4 p. m.
Now that Mr. John Jacobs is dead
and the terrible tragedy of his death
is recorded, some persons in Newberry
say they have known that he has been
of unsound mind.
Mr. Jno. W. Kibler ttad the misfortune
to injure his foot with a pitchfork
while using it on last Saturday
evening. While not serious the pains
laid him up for awhile.
F-vati the* State Dental association
could not pull the lid off or 'extract
any liquid anaesthetics from the Isle
of Palms club.?Anderson Mail. Remember,
the farmers have to meet
Oconee's roads are reported to be
in fine condition. Anderson will have |
hnctlo rn l-wn her namp for lead-I
ership in such matters.?Anderson
Mail. See how other counties are
Five citizens of Florence, South
Carolina, have donated to that community
a tract of land to be used as
a public park.?News and Courier.
They could not have done a better
iA place called Paragould, in Green
ounty, Ark., has a population of 7,000
and no negroes. Think of a town
of that size without a negro. It must
be a fine, healthful place rrom an
"All aboard for Prosperity." When
that headline was first seen in a
daily paper it was thought to refer
to our neighboring town. Observation
disclosed that it meant the
"prosperity" of the whole country.
With the editor busy turning over
the office of county superintendent of
education to his successor in that
direction and the reporter busy -with
his collecting business this week,
fhv-To ic Tint mnr>h Hmp for newsnaner
This hot weatlver is not keeping a
'certain lady from playing check-rs. \
| It is awfully hot?put the accent on
I the full?doing anything, as this is
| the worst in many a year. Perspira|
tion soils the paper this copy is writ!
if no/ioccorv* tn conH in nnv
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more "first" cotton blooms to The
Journal Office. Hold hd on cotion
blossoms now and send in watermelons
Journal. Th? Herald and News has
intimated something :o the same effect.
There are all sorts of ways to ad
vertise. The Herald and News studies
new ways. By mentioning that
there was nothing unusual on hand
for the 4th of o^.y, it made people
talk up all the more for the baseball,
j barbecue and races at the West End
baseball park; and when people begin
to defend and take up for a thing
it gets advertised. ?>
There will be a joint picnic by the
Masons and Woodmen at Mount ua> j
laghar on the 4th Saturday in July. I
Hon. George Mower of Newberry, Wor- j
shipful Grand Master, and Hon. R. A.
Cooper, of Laurens, Senior Grand
Master and other distinguished speakers
will be present.?'Jones cor., Laurens
It is just simply too hot to write !
litems That is. it is for the reporter, j
If you want to do any better here I
during this hot wave, the job is yours. |
The reporter could do better with \
this department, notwithstanding the
heat if he was not made to lose so
much time as bill collector waiting
to suit some men's convenience when j
rr.niiM ha -jus:* as pnsv to nay at first. 1
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It is pleasant o be upheld in your
efforts to do right, and it is encouraging
to be told that Th>e Herald and I
News has b-een striking "popular
chords." It is nice to strike a "popular
chord." It was very gratifying to l
the reporter to be told by one of the
most solid and substantial citizens of j
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i\ewuei I y mat nc us<.w%. _ |
Herald and News in its remarks on
the fire company and the public.
About the most annoying and provoking
thing to undergo and endure
is for a collector to be told to "come '
again", by men who could pay at the J
time. It is all right for him to be
put off by one who is not able to pay j
just at that time. But some men like \
to give one all the trouble they can. j
They never seem to think his time is
limited and that he has something els*
The horse driven by the Gre-nwood !
iFire department in the races here !
Thursday dropped dead Friday morning.
He was driven through the country
Thursday afternoon and appeared
to be all right. It is understood he
was so wild it was necessary to "dope"
him before the race and it is believed \
this caused ' his death.?Abbeville '
Medium. Everything was so afraid of
Newberry it was a wonder there were
not many accidents.
Friday, 4th of July, the postotfice
will be closed all day with the exception
of one hour 10 to ll o'clock. The
city carriers will make the first bus1
" nrtU/v?/\ rt?il 1 'r\r\ r\ cfif. I
mess delivery. x-ucic win uc .uv
vice on the rural routes, but patrons
of those routes can get their mail by
calling at the office during the hour
designated. Remember, the office will
be open for only one hour, from 10
o'clock to 11, in the entire day, so
you had better arrange your business
to suit accordingly.
A message came to Newberry on
Wednesday morning giving Auditor
Eugene S. Werts and other relatives
much uneasiness and anxiety until the
mistake was found out. It seems that
a colored man by the name of Werts
had dropped dead in Richmond on
Tuesday morning. That was about
the time Mr. D. P. Werts expected to
be in that city. The message came to
Prof. Clarence L. Werts. It was intended
for Belton Werts, colored,
whose brother was the man dropping
dead. But there once was a Mr. Belton
Werts in Newberry and it was not
strange that the message did not at
first get into the right hands.
"" Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edward Fulenwider, pastor.)
Xothing preventing, th-e following
will be the program of divine services
at the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer
11 a. m. The regular morning service.
The pastor will preach the sermon
announced for last Sunday, "A
Good Man." Text Act 11:24, "For he
was a good man, and full of the Holy
Ghost, and of faith." There will be
I good music.
I 10 a. m. Promptly at this hour the
I Sunday school meets. All the officers,
i teachers, and scholars are requested
i to pr-sent.
| The public is cordially invited to
'all the services.
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A most enjoyable musical was given ,:
at the home of Mr. Jess-e Y. Jones,;:
O'Xeall Street, on Friday evening, j
June 27, by the pupils of Mrs. Haskell
The following program was beauti(fully
rendered, every pupil perform- j
I ing her part well, to the satisfaction
I of guests and teacher:
1. Chorus?By Class.
2. Duet?(Mabel Jones and Maud j
3. "A Hunting We'll Go"?Carrie
i Xell Swindler.
4. Duet?Carrie Nell and Leone,
5. Piano Solo?Leone Franklin.
6. Piano Solo?"Starlight Waltz"-Annie
7. Piano Solo?B-essie Sanders.
8. Piano Solo?Miss Estelle Cotney.
9. "Massa's in the Cold, Cold 1
Ground"?'Maude Gilliam. 1
10. Trio?Misses Rena Smith, Liz- ;
zie and Mamie Koon.
11. Holiday March?(Mabel Jones.
12. "Joully Cobbler"?Ruth Koon.
13. Duet?Annie Kinard and Ruth J
14. (a) "Contented Bird," (b) "Pro- 1
gress March"?Azile Bouknight.
15. "Rustic Fiddles"?Sarah Chan- '
16. "The Birds' Singins School"? 1
Mabel and Helen Jones, Ruth Koon,
17. Duet?Azile Bouknight, Sarah ;!
18. Piano Solo?Waltz?Mamie (
19. "Sing Robin Sing"?Leone Swin-j1
20. "The Song of the Birds"?Ruth ^
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rvuun wun cuckoo ecno Dy littie Jtieien
21. Trio?/Mabel Jones, Ruth Koon, 1
Man'!0 uijliam. i"
22 Piano Solo?(a) "Happy Days," ^
(b) "Sparkling Eyes"?Miss Maude . 1
23. Piano Solo?"General Bum
Bum"?Rena Smith. 1
24. Trio?Misses Lizzie Koon,
Maude Kibler, Estelle Cotney.
25. (a) "Sunset Reverie," (b) "Dixie 1
Paraphrase"?Miss Lizzie Koon. j1
26. Duet?"Autumn Leaves"?Miss ^
Lizzie Koon and Teacher.
Others of the cins .?re, Mrs J. M. j'
ivirs. unarms j-mi.m. musses A'. ?
da Miller, Aileen McCar-ey, Grace 1
Gargle and Eula Bo'iknight '
Alter the music all ii'<> guests en
p social bjur ,n tl i.-- hospitable 1
home. Delicious fruit punch was serv- ''
ed on the porches, which were bright- |J
ly lighted with Japanese lanterns by |
the following young ladies, ex-pupils ^*
of Mrs. Wright: Misses Fannie Lyles, j
Anna Werts, Georgie and Plovia Reynolds,
Eva Hallman and Lilly Cromer.
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me oiass wisn-es to tnank Mr. and (
Mrs. Jones for their kindness in j ^
throwing open the doors of their' (
home and for their helpful services 1 <
in making the entertainment a sue- <
Delightful Buffet Luncheon. j,
Mrs. B. C. Matthews and (Mrs. S. P. j (
Crotwell were charming hostesses at' ^
a buffet luncheon on Wednesday af- j
ternoon, at the beautiful home of Mrs. j (
B. C. Matthews, in honor of the bride- j
elect, Miss Blanche Gallman. After 1
luncheon aad been served each guest j
was provi led with pencil and paper ^
and gfvpu a different anniversary in t
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mc inc ui iuc unuc lu iHUSLl ctLC. -VXd.UJ' i
artistic sketches were rendered.
The. bride-el-ect was then asked to j
cut a clever representation of a' j
bride's cake. It was found to con- j
tain quite a number of dainty and useful
gift^ for her.
(Mrs. E. M. Lane presided at the j
Original toasts were drunk to the
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iieaim ujl me Driue-eiecc.
The house was tastefully decorated <
with palms, ferns and Shasta daisies, ,
the color scheme, of yellow and white, <
being carried out throughout. (
Miss Delia Cudd will leave today
for Newberry to attend the Gallman-Stucky
Herald, 3rd. ]
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wise, of j
Newberry, and children, are visiting;1
the former's mother here.?Saluda!
Standard, 3rd. J
Mrs. Rosanna Havird is spending ,
j some time with her sister, Mrs. W. |
P. Price.?Indian Creek cor. Saluda (
Standard, 3rd. <
[Misses Cora and Laura Lominick,
of Newberry, are visiting at L. H.!
Ruff's.?Indian Creek cor. Saluda 1
f\ T r?c? T? f"1 Qmith Vine return rl ft'nm
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Newberry greatly improved in health.
Indian Creek cor. Saluda Standard,'
Death of Mr. J. S. Salter.
Mr. Jesse Sh~ppard Salter died at
his old home at Helena on Wednesday
night at 11.30, having arrived only a
couple of hours before on the Cannon
Ball train. He had come to visit his
relatives and ser? if the trip would oe
beneficial to his health, which was
bad and had been for several years.
He was very weak and the trip was
too much for him in his enfeebled condition;
he reached home completely
exhaust-d. Mr. Salter was accompanied
by his family, and also by his
brother, Mr. DeWitt Salter, who met
them in Atlanta, on their way trom
Niceville, Fla. where Mr. Salter had
been resting from his work on vacation.
His home was in Lake City,
Fla., having lived there since lie left
Spartanburg. Before ^oing to Spartanburg
he spent about five years in
Athens, Ga., where he located upon
leaving Xewberry, and where he married
\ficc Wpl.cn \"iohr?l<? whn survives
him with two little sons, Sheppard
and J. Z., his oldest child, an only
daught-r, having died about two years
ago at the age of about three years.
His surviving sisters are Miss Elizabeth
Salter, of the city; Mrs. Arthur
Kibler, of Helena; Mrs. E. C. Witt, of
Newberry, and Miss Minnie Salter, of
this city. His brothers are: Messrs.
A T^QW iff Qo1_
OcillCl, U1 L11C V/ltjr , T? 1U KjtJL*.[er,
of Atlanta; LeRoy Salter, of the
2itv, and Clarence Salter, of Chattanooga,
all of whom are present for
Mr. Salter was 34 years old. He
was a son of the late J. Z. and S. E.
Salter, of Helena, and grandson of the
late John Sheppard, of Helena. The
Iopoqcph inherited tho nronounced and
narked resp-ectability and quiet demeanor
of his parents and was a
?ood man. His father and mother left
him a good name which he has handed
down to his children.
The funeral service will'be conducted
it the old home on Friday morning at
).30 o'clock, by the Rev. J. E. Carlisle;
interment in Rosemont ceme:ery.
A Suggested State Ticket
Speaking of a State ticket for next
pear, an ideal one to our mind would
3e composed of newspaper men, say
something like this: For gov-ernor,
Harry L. Watson; lieutenant governor,
Ed. H. DeCamp; secretary of
State, William Banks; comptroller
general, Mason C. Brunson; superin
:endent of education, E. H. Aull;
State treasurer, August Kohn. Under
present conditions it would be a
nighty fine thing to eliminate all facions
in South Carolina and put in a
set of newspaper men all round,
rhey'd certainly make a record for
;he old State, too.
O'Seall Street M. E. Church.
Rev. A. M. Gardner, the pastor, has
*eturned from a short vacation. Mrs.
Gardner and children are still away,
visiting her father in Chesterfield.
3ur pastor delivered a very forcible
sermon to the children on the fifth
Our Sunday school will have class
3ay next Sunday morning, the 6th.
Each class will have a speaker for the
occasion. It is earnestly requested
that every member of the school be
present to take part in the exercises
)f the day. Following are the speakers
who will represent their classes:
\To. 1, Mrs. W. M. Thomas; No. 2, Miss
Eva Darby; No. 3, Miss Docia Frankin;
No. 4, Mr. Lance Swindler; No.
>, Miss Nolia May DeHines; No. 6,
Vliss Nolia Banks; No. 7, Master Horace
Alewine; No. 8, Master Charlie
3radley; No. 9, Master Robert Davis;
\To. 10, Miss Annie May Bedenbaugh;
Vo. 11, Mr. J. H. Chappell; No. 12,
Vlaster Clarence Padgett.
Our school attendance is very good,
Dut we want to increase it. In May
ind June we had 303. Our average attendance
is about 250.
Our school meets every Sunday at
)Ao a. m. We extend to the public
a. special invitation to be present on
Sunday, the 6th of July at our class
F. H. Campsen,
Meteorological Record For June, 1913.
Mean maximum, 89.3; mean minimum,
64.5; mean, 76.9; maximum, 101,
3ates 17, 27; minimum, 45, date, 12;
greatest daily range, 39.
Precipitation?Total, 4.36 inches;
greatest in 24 hours, 1.40; date 29.
Number of days with .01 or more pre^initatinn
14- nlear 6. fair 15. cloudy
frost on 12th, thunder storms 5, 6,
7, 8, 18, 19, 22, 24, 27, 28, 29. Hail on
IS, 22, 2S. Rainfall 6 months 22.85
W. G. Peterson, C. 0.
Send the children to see "Hal? jl
Chance" at Arcade and Airdome Saturday,
SPECIAL NOTICES.] ^
One Cent a Word. N > ad-"
vertisement taken for lest
than 25 cents.
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FOR SALE?Two milk cows. Joe J
| Wilbur. 6-16-tf. (
FOR SALE?Cow peas bought and
sold. Pure Georgia cane syrup
gallon cans 50c. W. H. Davis, Augusta,
LIVE solictiors and agents, male and
female, wanted. To sell combination
Padlocks and strong boxes.
10'"' p^r cent, profit. Agents now
in Tnabinsr hi or mnrtcv 1
particulars address E. L. Claxtoa,
4">23 Tacony Street, Philadelphia, /
Pa. 7-l-2t. ^
HAMS at 20c per pound every Friday
until further notice at the cash
grocery. E. M. Lance & Co. It 4
LA>"D FOR SALE?Fine tract of 107
acres in Saluda county. Seven
m? ! -><? frnm Salnrta Spvpti rnnm i
dwelling, tenant house and necessary
out buildings. One-half cash.
Balance to suit purchaser. Apply
to J. P. H-endrix, Crouch, S. C.
FOR SALE?Two cylind-er 16 H. P.
Maxwell runabout in first class con- dition.
Will sell cheap. E. T. Carlson.
i MONDAY SPECIALTY?7 bars Octa
gon soap and 6 lbs. starch for 50c,
Monday only. Trade where the dollar
does its full duty. E. M. Lane
& Co. It \
FOR SALE?Winter Cabbag-e plants
Mrs. J. K. Gilder.
LOST?On Tuesday a pocket-book
! containing $5.00 and kodak pictures.
! Reward if returned to this office.
FEESHH MEATS as f?flows at the
cash grocery: Pork? steak, spring
lamb, sausage, etc. E. M. Lane &
Co. It. *
HALF PRICE CANDY?iAs a 4th of
July special, we will sell this after- >
noon from 4 to 7 o'clock, all 10c.
Candy at 5c. a pound, and ail 20c.
Candy at 10c. a pound. Mayes'
Book and Variety Store. It
he Sews of Pomaria,
Pomaria, July 2.?There were serj
vices held in the new Methodist church
here Sunday which were the first by
! Presiding Elder Meadows, of the
ICokesbury district. A large congre- gation
was present and heard a splenj
There was a terrible electric storm
| in our community on Friday night.
| with some rain and on Saturday night
! which came up about 11.30 and lasted
till about day. Some of the oldest
people around here say they never
| witnessed anything like it. The sky ' <
1 was lighted up and the thunder was 1
a constant roar all the time, but there
was no damage done except where it * <
| struck in the cotton and corn fields.
It killed large spots of corn and cot
ion and a few telephone posts were
torn t j pieces There was some hail,
!bat the carnage was slight. .
"The entire community was thrown
into sorrow over the John D. Jacobs
tragedy i-alurday morning when the }
I news reached here, a large crowa
went to the burial Sunday afternoon.
1 Mr. Jacobs was a member of Ashgrove
: camp No. 194 W. 0. W. at this place a
and carried a couple thousand dollars J
inrurarce. He was also Mason of the M
Pomaria lodge which is located at jM
Everybody is getting ready for the V
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annua.* osruwuc ucic iui uvu^m. ??
of the Lutheran church. A large
crowd is expected. The 'cue will be
in the new park which is being made i ,
very convenient with seats, swings,
hammocks, etc. There will be speech|
es in the morning and a game of ball
in the afternoon between Pomaria and
Columbia, which will be free.
Miss Lucy Ligon returned Tuesday
from Timmonsville where she went
as one of Miss Theo. Ivy's bridesmaids.
Miss Lawson Link has returned to
Abbeville after a few weeks' stay
with Mrs. H. C. Summer.
'Mr. Joe Ligon and family, of Iva,
'Anderson county, are visiting at Mr.
! B. M. Setzler's and will take in the
A little boy having his music lesson
was asked by his teacher, "What are
j pauses?" **r"
And the quick response was,
"Things that grow on pussy-cats."
?Wowans' Home Companion.
Fred Mace will be s-een in a Majestic
film at Arcade and Airdome Friday,
July 4. You all know Fred.?Adr