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The Movements .of JIany People, >'ewberriaus,
and Those. Who Visit
Dr. E. E. Stuck is spending a few
days in Hend-:rsonville.
Maj. L. W. C. Blalock, of Goldville,
was in Newberry Friday.
Miss Fannie Fowles, of Columbia, is
risking Mrs. G^o. Johnstone.
Mrs. C. E. Garvin, of Columbia, is
visiting relaitves in Newberry.
IMiss May Bell Asbill is visiting her
brother, Mr. W. A. Asbill, at Silverstreet.
Miss Mary Shelor, of Little Mountain,
is visiting Mrs. 0. H. Shelor.?
Anderson Mail, 10th.
Mrs. Annie Oxner and son, W. B.
Oxner, have gone to Gastonia, N.. C.,
on a six weeks' visit.
(Mr. Ben. Melton, of Newberry, spent
Sunday with his brother near here.?
Clinton Chronicle, 10th.
The Rev. Edward Fulenwider left
on Tuesday for Plaitvs, Ga., where ne
will preach for a week.
Mr. Hubert Sligh, of Dyson, spent
Friday night in Newberry with his
brother, Mr. Claude Sligh.
Miss Lalla Martin has gone to New
York to spenc six weeks or two
months in fecial study.
Miss Georgia Fowler, of Charleston,
on- her way to the mountains, is visiting
Mrs. Haskell Wright.
Dr. R. A. Land, of Augusta, Ga., is
visiting his daughters, Mrs. J. M. Kinard
.and Mrs. J. Y. McFall.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. M. Kinard and
J. Y. McFall attended the Bankers'
meeting at Toxaway last week.
Mr. Everett Evans, of Newberry,
spent the week end in Carlisle.?Car.
lisle cor. Columbia Record, 11th.
(Mrs. G. W. Holland and Beale j
Cromer are visiting in Salem, Va. j
Later they will go to Marion, Va. * i
Mrs. Louise Zobel, and Miss Lina!
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Meiton nave returned irom a aeiigiuful
visit to relatives in Charleston.
Miss Nina Gibson left Wednesday
for Fredericksburg, Va., to spend
som^ time with fri-ends and relatives.
.Mrs. Charles Watkins, of Newberry,
-spent last week with relatives in
Camden.?Camden cor. the State, 13th.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Eargle returned
last week from a visit to the R-ev. J. j
B. Harmon and family at Senoia, j
H. 0. Long, of Silverstreet, in New-j
berry county, spent yesterday in Co- j
lumbia. at the Imi>erial.?The StateJ
12th. \ *j
E. H. Aull, of Newberry, was among!
the visitors in the city yesterday, stop- '
j>ing at the Jefferson.?The State, j
Prof, and Mrs. B. H. Johnstone returned
on Thursday to Clemson, after j
a stay of several weeks with relatives j
jMiss Annie Ray, of Newberry, who j
has b^en visiting Miss Cornelia Wilds,
returned to her home yesterday.?The
(Mrs. G. F. Claussen and little son
returned on Thursday to Augusta, after
a visit to her mother, Mrs. J. W.
Capt. C. W. Bishop, of Columbia, is
In the citv anions his friends who
are welcoming him on this visit to
his former home.
Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Setzler spent
last week-end at Mr. Setzler's old
home in Newberry county.?Swansea
cor. the State, 13th.
Dr. P. E. Way returned last week
from the meeting of the Pharmaceutical
association. From accounts it
was a fine meeting.
Mrs. Watland Henderson, of Blairs,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Mathis in South Church street.
?Union Times, 11th,
I. M. Smith and Misses Drucie and
Gertrude Smith returned Thursday
from a trip to Pittsburg, New York,
and other points North.
Miss Ola Wilson and Mr. J. C. Wilson,
of Newberry, are visiting their
:sister, Mrs. T. L. Cely, in Manly street,
?Greenville Piedmont, 10th.
Misses Tillie and Elizabeth Deaver,
will be the guests of Miss Butler
Land, of Newberry, next week.?Carlisle
cor. Columbia Record, 11th.
Miss Addie Rikard has returned
home, after a visit to her sister, Mrs.
H. P. Baker, in Greenwood. Mrs.
Baker and children accompanied her.
Miss Susie Tobias, of Newberry, returned
Sunday after a pleasant visit
to friends and relatives.?Martin's
Cross Roads cor. Kingstree R-ecord,
G. F. Wearn, of the Globe Tailoring
company, of Cincinnati, will be
at McCall-Weatherlv Co's. July 14 and
15, raking orders for clothing.?Pee
Dee Advocate, 10th.
Little Miss Serena Lee, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lee, is visiting
relatives at Dyson, to wmcn piace sne
made the trip unaccompanied.?Kingstree
Mr. Jno. B. Paysinger, late Wofford
graduate, is in Columbia clerking for
W. A. Strother, grocer, until next
school season when he will teach, at
Sharon, York county.
Mrs. H. B. Wells and the two little
boys Lave returned rrom visiting relatives
at Pomaria, accompanied by
her sister-in-law, Mrs. B. B. Fulmer,
and baby, of Columbia.
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Air. Frea. a. scnumpen, 01 oauiuiu,
Fla., is visiting relatives in Newberry,
his old home, after an absence of
5 1-2 years, looking well and natural
and receiving the glad hand of his
Misses Annie E. and Jayne Garling!
ton leave today with a motor party
for Williamston via Newberry and
Laurens. They will spend a few days.j
with relatives in Williamston.?The
j State, 11th. |
Mrs. D. D. Wallace has returned to j
Xewberrv from New York, after a vis- |
it there to her husband, Prof. Wallace, I
who will be in Newberry this week j
visiting his family and parentis, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Wallace.
Mrs. Bessie Hamiter and little
daughter Ruth, of Fairfield, cane over
last week to Newberry, visiting reltives?her
sister,- Mrs. I. A. McDowell,
her cousin cousin, Mr. James Sligh,
her aunt, Mrs. Claud Norris.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur E. Lcng, of
Newberry, stopped over with Rev.
James D. Kinard and family for a
short visit. They are on a visit to
Jackson, Ga., the former home of Mrs.
Long.?Greenwood Journal, llih. *
Mrs. R. B. Still entertained the
Priscilla club on Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. L. C. Still, Misses Isa/belle
Free, Annie Halford and Anita Davidson,
of Newberry, were vistors to the
club.?Blackville cor. the State, 13th; '
Miss Isabelle Riser, of Little Moun-1
?JS--1 J Vny, I
tain, was a successful uauumic iui ^
the rating of graduate nurse among j
the 55 young women admitted to the
nursing profession by the State board
of medical examiners in ColumbiaThursday
Drs. C. B. 'Mills, H. B. Senn, of Newberry,
F. K. Shealy and W. C. Stone,
of Leesville, among 82 young men
^er-e admitted to the medical profession
at the meeting in Columbia
Thursday night of the State board of
Rev. S. P. Koon has accepted the
pastorship of the Lutheran church at j
Silverstreet, S. C., and has taken j
charge of the work, which he will
serve in connection' with the principalship
of the town school.?Lutheran
Church Visitor, 10th.
(Mrs. Harry Price and two sons and
her mother, Mrs. Joseph Mann, of
Newberry, left yesterday for Asheville,
where they will spend sometime with
relatives.?Spartanburg Herald, 11th.
They have returned. Mrs. Manrf and
Roberta reaching home Sunday.
Mrs. L.'H. Ruff entertained a few
young folks with a "tacky" party on
the 4th, in honor of her* guests, Misses
Laura and Cora Lominick, of Newberry.
Miss Cora Lominick was
awarded the ladies' prize.?-Indian
Creek cor. Saluda Standard, 10th.
Mr. Irby D. Shockley, of Columbia,
spent the latter part of last week with
his daughter, Mrs. T. 0. Stewart, in
Newberry, his former home, after a
isit to his son, Mr. Clyde Shockley,
the agent at Williamson for the Piedmont
Northern electric line, a business
visit to Greenville and a visit
to relatives in Lauicaa.
Capt. W. S. Langford 'has-returned
from. Texas, Arkansas and other j
States, after having had a most de- i
lightful trip especially at Wichita
Falls, Tex. It looked as though he
intended staying there, he remained
away so long. He missed connection
at Clinton and was met there Sun
day by iMr. White Fant in automobile.
(Mrs. C. W. Wallace, of Bishopville,
has come to Newberry to fill, permanently,
the local office of the Western
Union Teegraph company. She is
favorably impressed with Newberry
and says she knows she is going to
like it. Newberry will do her part in j
showing Mrs. Wallace how well we!
appreciate having a good operator
Mr. Jno. T. Duncan, of Columbia, j
was in the city Saturday. He says j
he is in the race for governor and in j
it to win this time. Mr. Duncan's
vote is going to surprise you next
y^ar: He will get hundreds of votes
he didn't get before. It is not without
the range of possibility that he
wi lble elected. Duncan may yet be
governor of South Carolina.
Capt. Thos. J. Duckett, one of the
i best that ever fought at Gettysburg,!
was in the city last week to s-ee his
daughter, Mrs. Duncan Johnson., j
Capt. Duckett' lives at Clinton, the
clean city of Carolina. He is the bes: |
ex-snenn 01 juaur^ns cuuul>, a. uuuuy
that lives up to its reputation for!
making friends and standing by them, i
Capt. Duckett has a record as soldier, i
sheriff and citizen that would give
| any man comfort and consolation in
his declining years. He is one of the
grey, grizzley and grand old vets Just
returning from the great field of Gettysburg.
(Mr. Robert Korris left Monday to be
gone three weeks, for Macinac Island.
Michigan, to attend the convention of j
the $100,000 club, and as one of the I
speakers at the banquet, responding;
to the toast, "Fitting the policies to
the man." The convention meets at j
Macanac July H-J.y anu me memu-cis j
of the club will enjoy their usual outing
after the meeting. It is a for-1
tunate man who can get into the $100,000
club. "Not every man" can do so.
Mr. Robert Norris is a "live wire" i
representing a live company. He must j
be a good insurance man, or he
couldn't do all this. The Herald- and
! News has a habit of saying things
, that people respond to with a "That's
so." Robert Norris "is obliged to be"
ircuronro hnftinPSS. I
3. 11V0 wire hi uijc 'uoujuuvv .^^?w?
? VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The old mess, hall on colleg-e campus
is for sale.
"Does Advertising Pay?"?Headline j
in paper. Foolish question No. 1.
The news from Washington relates
to the Carlisle case is printed in an
There will be a picnic at Utopia !
school house Saturday. July 19. The ,
public is cordially invited.
The coroner's inquest will be re-1
sum-ed at Peak Tuesday morning at
10 o'clock, in ;he Jacobs case.
Friday, the ?5th instant, is the date
for the meetir.g of the Farmers' Institute,
at Yoi.ng's grove, Prosperity.
Look at the window of Robinson's
10 cent store and see a pretty sight.
It will please you if you have an eye '
What sort of. dope is that which
Electrician Tench Boozer has lately j
been dealing out to some of his Co-1
Supervisor J. W. Warts certainly
put the cement where it was needed
when he had it laid across Friend '
street throug'i McKibben.
Lots of people think that if the late
superintendent of education should get
to be county supervisor the split log i
drag would be in operation all over 1
iS:e the ad of the Robinson 10c.
store and be governed accordingly. If !
you are governed accordingly after
reading it you will find it to be to your
The deputy sheriff of Chester county
came to Newberry Monday for John
Barnadore, arrested in N-ewberry Saturday
night by Sheriff Cannon G.
Blease, charged with the larceny of
What has become of the old fashioned
editor who displayed his enterprise
by nailing an item "just as we
go to press?"?Winmington star. *me
last time heard from he was in Newberry,
oi\ly a week or two ago.
Mrs. L. W. Floyd entertained a doien
of th& young society set at a porch
party on Friday afternoon in compliment
to Mis? Pauline Gilder and her
house guest, Miss Fisher, of New
York. Refreshments were served during
There is to be a big Red Men's rally
at Greenwood next Saturday.
Among the speakers are Governor
Blease, s great representative of the
order, Dr. J. P. Carlisle, of Greenville,
nnct prpat. sachem. and Col E. H. I'
O- ? ?
Aull, as great sachem, on behalf of.
the great council.
See when Mr. Mike Counts is going
to have another barbecue. He always
sells out so his cues must be "some
account," and from all ac"counts" they
are. They wouldn't be just as good if
Mike Hounts made them?or Mike
anybody else, but when Mike Counts <
gives a barbecue it counts. ,
Changing Parks to Brand is not all 1
the improvement the C., N. & L. is
making. Over here at our depot they
are carrying on the good work city .
council did to where Friend street <
joins the railroad and doing their <
part to avoid the muddy crossings of
~ t+ tr\ j-Vio tn rri
Liie yasi. it up <->-> w <
operate with the railroad.
That he will never "shoot craps" j
again is the condition on which one ;
negro has received his parole from i (
Governor Blease. It is going to be a
hard job for that negro to ke-p from j
shooting craps. It is just as natural j
for a negro to shoot craps as it is for
him to eat watermelon, and everybody
knows how natural that is.
There i| no morf Park station on
the C., N. & L. railroad. The sta
- ? il? 1 *<? f a " "drj rlr'' i
ucn is mere amgui, uul iuc iain. .
has b^.-en Changed to "Brand," and!
while the old place is not brand new
they thought it would be better under
that name as "Parks," and "Parksville"
and 'Parksville' all on the same
road, got things a little mix<?d.
Within twenty minutes of each other
two fine .mules died at Jacobs'
stables Sunday, one belonging to Mr.
Geo. W. Summer, the other to Mr. H.
H. Evans. Mr. Summer's mule had
lockjaw, the Evans mule colic. A'bout i
$600 gone in a few minutes. It is a
question of looking into this mattei
of food stun or eise iusmg muxes.
The death of Mr. James W. Ogilvie
in Lexington, an account of whicn
was seen in Monday's News and Courier,
will he read of with regret by
many in Newberry, as he was' well
known her?, having years ago married
Miss Emma Long, formerly of this
city. The family will receive the sympathy
of their Newberry friends in
There is no more Boundary street
in the city of Newberry, uouncn uas
changed it to Higgins street, very
properly, after the late F. B. Higgins
who, in 1821, built the first house in
the street, the house now occupied by
Dr. James Mcintosh, and which has
been owned and occupied by the descendants
of Mr. Higgins down to and
including the fourth generation.
Parham-Thomas-McSwain, inc., of
Columbia has been chartered by the
secretary of state with a capital stock
of $10,000, to do a general life in
surance business, rne omcei-s aic.
Roy Z. Thomas, president; F. J. Parham,
vice president, and W. A. McSwain,
secretary and treasurer.?Th2
State, 15fh. It will be seen by the
above that Prof. Thomas and Mr. Ma
Swain will go to Columbia.
It is a good thing for college students
and others to keep out of
harm's way; but, paradoxical as it
may at first appear, it is a good thing
for Newberry college students to get
in Harms' way. This suggestion is
not entirely original, but we must say j
something to keep up interest in the
college. We want Newberry college
to have next year the largst session
in itc historv. Hentz we welcome any
thing that is said. . j
How many of us go through life
with the daily acted thought "Sufficient
unto the day." In a sense this
is right, according to the scriptures, j
but carried to the extreme in many)
cases. Numbers go through lif-e in a j
listless way. They get up late and !
drag along too lazy to have anV exertion,
but eat their meals and lounge
around without a seeming care. Or
do they care? For it is inconceivable j
how any such should not care. Jtfut
it is the same old thing with them day
Sunday School Convention at Bush
There will be a township Sunday
school' convention at Bush River
church on Friday, July 18th'. Following
is the program:
10.00 a. m.?Devotional exercises led
by Rev. T. C. Croker.
10.30 a. m.?Township organization
There will be addresses made by
T_l__ T C A
W. U. COWfn, juun -UctUgiui u, o a.iu'- j
F. Fpling, Dr. E. C. Jones, Rev. 0. A.
Jeffcoat and Dr. G. B. Cromer.
Dinner will be served on the
This convention occurs at the usual
rime of the annual 'picnic of Bush
Announcement of Marriage.
The editor of The Herald and News
has received the following:
Mr. Maximillian LaBorde
announces the marriag-es of his sister
Mr. Ulysses Robert Brooks. Jr.
on Wednesday, July the ninth,
nineteen hundred and thirteen,
Columbia, South Carolina.
Death of Mrs. >V. W. Whitmire.
Mrs. W. W. Whitmire died late i
Thursday afternoon of typhoid fever
at her home in the Mollohon section
of Newberry county and was buried
Friday afternoon at two o'clock, at
Beth Eden, service by the Rev. J. M.!
Fridy. Mrs. Whitmire was 25 years ;
Did. Besides her husband she leaves
The third quarterly conference for
Whitmire circuit will be held at Whitmire
Tuesday, th? 28th instant at 10.30
a. m. A full turn out of officials is
J. M. Fridy. 1
I ' .
On a Fishing Party.
A fishing party was held in Mr. T.
P. Adams' pasture at the mouth oi
Enor-ce river near Blairs on the ninth
and tenth. There were thirty-one
people presnt: 4
onH VTrc Tim RrnAVn and danzh
X . UUU ?TX X O. U A ill w .. 4* ? w ?
ter, O'Dessa, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Leitzsey
and sons, J. B. and Horace, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Ringer and daught-er,
Miss Ola, Mrs. "Harmon, Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. Ringer and son, Raymond, Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Ringer and daughter,
I Thelma, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ringer,
Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Graham and daughter,
Mary Ella, Mrs. Tex Darby, \Mlss
Mary Graham, Messrs. James and
George Caldwell, Guy Goggans. John
Henry Wilson, Eddie Graham, Cyrus
Berley and William Willingham.
[ There were about 125 fish caught,
weight from one-half to two pounds
j and also a turtle weighing about 15 !
The ladies were kept busy nearly
all night frying fish and the m-en eatj
ing them about as fast as they could
fry, but had plenty, more than the
crowd could eat.
The refreshments were lemonade,
| coca-cola, ice tea and all the ice wati
Tie tents were prepared nice for
the ladies to sleep in:
Everybody enjoyed the trip and especially
the fine boat rides.
To the Editor of The Herald and
It may be premature. In fact, I
; know it is premature, but I presume
I some people go on the plan xthat the
' . - it- /..n
early Dira geis me worm, meit cue
already a great many applicants for
the position of county supervisor
which is to be filled by Gov. Biease
i when Mr. Hill resigns to take the
In some way my name has been
carried over the county in connection
with this position which is to be filled
when Mr. Hill resigns. How it got
; started I do not know. I appreciate j
the compliment of those friends from j
all sections of the county who have:
! come to me and expressed the hope i
[ chat T would be appointed. In order'
to set myself straight with these |
lrlends and those other friends who .
are in dread lest it may be true that
I am to be appointed #n case of a vacancy,
I desire to say: I have not applied
for the position; I am not now i
an applicant; I have no intention of j
making application; and further, I1
would not accept the position if
th-ere should be a vacancy and Gov.'
Blease should offer it to me. I hope
; this is clear and plain and positive. |
i It is a very important position. One
I that should be filled by the very best i
business man in the county, and I hope
j the governor will select a good man
if he has the appointment to make.
| I am very much intersted in the'
improvement of our public roads and j
would be glad of the opportunity to !
do somehting for their improvement,
but before much can be done we will
have to get a legislature that will pro
vide the means for you can no more I
i build roads without money than the:
old Hebrews could make bricks without
straw. I am constrained to be-:
lieve the good roads spirit is on the
decline in the county. Just why I do j
not know. To get good roads you
must have the good roads spirit
among the people just like you must
hare the school spirit before yon can
build schools. The people must be
E. H. Aull.
Card of Appreciation.
Editor The Herald and News:
Thje ladies of the Rural Improvement
association of Newberry county
extend to Supervisor Hill and county
board of commissioners their sincere
thanks and congratulations on
the fine improvement made on the
old court house and monument
* ' - J J~ ?? miinh to thf*
square, wmcn auua sy muvu
beauty of the ci'.y and the great comfort
of the women and children who
find the rest room in the building?
a home place of rest when in the city.
They extend also thanks to the board
of water and light commissioners for
their sympathy and help in giving a
generous supply of water and lights
to the rest room which enables the
manager to care for the flower beds
and lawn. We off-er them sincere
thanks and grateful appreciation for
tbeir aid in this noble work for women
in evidence of progressiveness
and civio pride that is an uplift in any
community. To all who have aiaea in i
this work and to the efficient chief of
police, and force, who have assisted,
we tender our grateful appreciation.
Mrs. Corrie Brehmer,
Pres. Rural Association.
Miss Mannie Stflwell,
Miss Lenore Henry,
Prrs. W. C. T. U.
Take at pe:p at the watch in Williamson's
window to be given away
by Arcade Motion Picture company.
SPECIAL NOTICES.} 1
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for less
than 25 cents.
FOR SALE?Winter Cabbag-e plants
EVIrs. J. K. Gilder.
HOUSE TO REST?Apply to Mrs. 0. '
L. Schumnert. 7-8-3t.
WAX TED?A position in Newberry
either with an insurance agency or
salesman in dry goods or .grocery
store. Have had more than 3 years
experience handlding all kinds of a
insurance. Other work will be con- A
sidered. Best of references furnished.
Want work at once. Address
P. 0. Box 0, Bishopville, S. C.
7-ll-3t + \
FOR SALE?Old mess hall on coHege
campus. Buyer to remove at once.
Apply Geo. B. Cromer, Esq.
WANTED?Ladies to bring their children
to Professor Allmon's dicing
academy at 4.30 each day. Ladies
and gents at 8.30. It
Meeting of County Farmers' Union.
A meeting of the County Farmers'
union will be held next Saturday, July
19, at 11 o'clock a. m. for the purpose
of electing delegates to meeting of
the State union to be held at Isle of
Palms, July 22-23, and for the transaction
of any oth-er business that may
come before it. For many reasons we
urge a full attendance, come whether
your dues are paid or not.
J. B. O'Neall Holloway,
R. T .C. Hunter,
Sudden Death of a Yonng Man.
(Mr. George Tillman Willis wa^ *
found dead at Silverstreet Thursday
| afternoon, and the cause of his death
was given as paralysis of the heart,
so pronounced by the jury of inquest
held by Magistrate J. C. Sample
| (based on certificate . by Dr. H. U ^
Henry) in the absence of Coroner
Lindsay, who could not leave home
on account of the extreme illness* of
his wife. The young man, who was
twenty years old, was found in th-e
lot dead, after he had been missed
from the store where he was clerking
lor his step-father, Mr. J. C. Drafts
and Mr. John Coleman. He was a ^
son of the late Jacob Willis, of Saluda,
but was living at Silverstreet
with Mr. John Coleman and clerking
o+ +>io ctnrp when not attending
school. He went to Newberry college
last session, and roomed with several
other students at Mr. J. A. Lindsay'g.
He was a fine young man, very quiet
and studious, often studying while
others played, certainly applying himself
to his books. % V
The burial was at Corinth church
Friday afternoon at vour o'clock, service
conducted by the Rev. S. P. ^
Besides his mother, Mrs. J.# C.
Drafts, of Saluda, the deceased leaves
o cmo+ot. Viae T^VHth Willis.
a* OXO y JUt??? .
Among other surviving relatives is
his cousin, Mr. C. E. Willis, of Newberry.
Little Monatain High School Barbecue
irs'-^ass barbecue will be fur- 4
liahftd Friday, August 15th, on the
famous grounds at Little Mountain
for the benefit of the-school. /
Th-e following gentlemen will make
addresses: Hon. A. F. Lever, member
of congress; Hon. Geo. R. Remibert,
candidal for governor; Mr. G. H
.Bnlilen^'ne, superintendent of Little.
Mounts scj?c.>i ,
The public is ir.vitetl. Tne dinner
will be fine and the prices reasonable
Red Men Officers. ?
The following are the officers for
the ensuing term of Bergel! tribe,
No. 24, Imp. 0. R. M.: f
Prophet?J. 0. Havird.
Sachem?W. G. Peterson.
Senior Sagamore?Eugene S. Blease.
Junior Sagamore?J. C. Sanford.
1st Sannap?C. F. Lathan.
3nd Sannap?T. R. Campbell.
1st Warrior?T. E. Smith.
2nd Warrior? . P. Wofford/
3rd Warrior?Will Alewine.
4th Warrior?W. B. Johnson.
1st Brave?B. G. Gruber.
2nd Brav-e?R. C. Williams. ~
3rd Brave?0. S. Goree.
4th Brave?D. A. Rivers.
1st Scout?Jno. Henry Baxter.
2nd Scout?T. B. Kibler.
Guard of the Forest?Jam^s Caldwell.
Guard of the Wigwam?Ira Taylor.
A ?w Kind.
New York Times. j
Howard-^Richard Harding Davis
says one of his latest heroines has
"the look th^t never was on land or
sea." What kind of a look is that?
Coward?That's modern?the kind
you in an airship.
. Big things at Arcade this week.
Lookout for them.?Adv. 1