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The Movements of Many People, Xewberrlans,
and Those Who Visit
Miss Blanche Davdson is visiting in
Wilmington, X. C.
Mr. J. S. Head, of Aiken, is in the
city visiting relatives.
Miss Banna Green is at Silverstreet
visiting Miss Elizabeth Fant.
Miss Kathleen Merchant, of Columbia.
is visiting Miss Lucile Lathan.
J. B. Bedenbaugh. of Prosperity, is
visiting friends in Columbia.?The
Mr. Grady Yonce, of Xewberry, is
(visiting his old home near here.?
Johnston News-Monitor, 30th.
Mrs. C. F. Lathan has as her guests
this week Misses Toy and Mary Lathan,
of Little Mountain.
Master Claude Lathan is spending
several days with his grandparents at
Little Mountain. I
Herbert La;ngfora has returned |
from a visit to relatives in Prosperity, j
rnlnmbia Record, 30th.
Misses Juanita and Hettie Wofford,!
of Woodruff, are visiting Misses Jes-J
sie and Ella Bell Duncan.
Miss Nellie Adams has returned
from Union and Miss Harriet Adams
B. A. Fulmer is visiting relatives
in Newberry and fjPomaria.?The
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UT. U. U. VV ClUdCC, W1. TV UUU1U VW*
lege, is visiting his parents, Mr. &nd
Mrs. W. H. Wallace.
Mr. Willie Farrow, of Newberry, is
visiting Mr J W. Ducket i.?Greenwood
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boyd are visiting
relatives in Xewberrv.?Spartanburg
Rev. and Mrs. I. E. Long, of Mooresville,
N. C., are visiting relatives
Miss Dollie Clelan^, of Newberry, is
a visitor here.-^Cross Hill cor., Laurens
Mr. Workman Johnson is visiting
in Newberry.?Clinton cor. Laurens
Miss Lizzie Koon left Wednesday
for Columbia to take a course at
Draughan's Business college.
Mr. Robert Norris, the A 1 insurance
prince, has returned from his
great annual outing abroad.
Mr. J. R. Shealy, of Little Mountain,
was the guest of friends here
this week.?-Barnwell People. 31st.
Mrs. Alfred Barksdale is back in
the city after a visit of ten days to
Laurens, Clinton and Newberry.?
Greenville News, 29th.
Miss Leonaro Stroud returned last
night from a visit of two weeks in
Newberry and Columbia.?Greenville
Mrs. Os Wells and Mrs. I. W. Walter
have returned to Newberry from
Sullivan's Island.?Charleston Post,
Miss Mvra Ballenger is on a two
weeks' visit to Miss Mayme Cromer
in Xewberrv.?Richland cor. Walhalla
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur E. Long have
returned from visiting the mother of
Mrs. Long, Mrs. L. E. Singley, at
Misses Blanche and Pearl King, of
Columbia, are visiting their cousins,
Mr. G. V. Boozer and family, and other
Mrs. Wm. A. Kinard, of Sumter, is
visiting in Newberry, her old home
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Wm
Miss Marie Willingham. after a
delightful visit to Miss Julia Johnstone,
returned Tuesday to her home
Mrs. R. E. Leavell and children
are visiting in Easley and Pickens
while Mr. Leavell is touring the Carolinas
in his live business.
Misses Fronde arid Mabel Livingstone,
of Kinards, are visiting friends
in town.?Cross Hill cor., Laurens Ad
Master Millidge Caappell, of Kinards,
is with his aunt, Mrs. J. W.
Koon.?Cross Hill cor. Laurens Advertiser,
Mrs. Addie Hill and her daughter,
Miss Jessie Hill, are -visiting Mrs.
Hill's brother, W. W. Bullock, in
Newberry.?Laurens Advertiser, 30th.
Miss Hattie Kate Easterby, who has
been visiting in Newberry has returned
Ro.vc C T^r o 7-1 r) T ~\\T forcrtn
iwv o. kj. y? . IICIU aiiu o . >? . V/CHOV/AA
were to leave Paris for Lonclo-n oil
the 19th inst. They are having a fine
time.?A. R. P., 30th.
Miss Minne C. Gist, who is so pleasantly
known here, left last week for
her home in Newberry.?Union Progress,
Mrs. Henry C. Tillman and little
daughter, Miss -Mary Tillman, of
Greenwood, f-re visiting Mrs Charles
T>. Pelham, in the city.
I Miss Elise Gaillard will leave in a
[ f^w days for Newberry, where she
will visit /relatives.?'Spartanburg
Mrs. W. F. Ewart, Miss Cora Ewart
and Marcus leave Friday for Wadesboro,
X. C., to spend the month of
August at Mrs. Ewart's former home.
Misses Cornelia and Mary Capers,
of Washington. D. C., and Miss Willie
Mae Wise, of Prosperity, spent Wednesday
with Mrs. C. F. La than.
Rev. T. H. Garrett, of Xewherry,
arrived this morning, to assist Rev.
J. E. Johnston in a protracted meeting
a: Damascus.?Greenwood Journal.
Miss Aurelia Mayer has returned to
her home in Newberry after spending
a tew days with Mrs. R. H. Stevenson.?Rock
Spring cor., Abbeville
Miss Mary Wood has returned to
her home in Cedartown, Ga., after
visiting her sister, Mrs. E. H. Bowman,
accompanied by Miss Woodifl
Mrs. P. G. Ellesor, of Newberry, is
expected in a few days to visit Dr.
and Mrs. W. H. irby and Mrs. T. D.
Darlington. ? Laurens Advertiser,
Mrs. Duncan Johnson, of Newberry,
has returned to J>er nome, arter
spending several days with friends
and relatives.?Clinton cor. Laurens
Rev. 0. G. Davis, of Prosperity, S.
C., spent Tuesday in Due West. Mr.
Dnvis was on his way to Mississippi
to take up his work at Ebenezer.?A.
R. P., 30th.
'Misses Blanche Davidson, Myra
Ballenger and Marietta LaJngford, of
Xewberry, were among the visitors in
^UlUlliUia >C5LCiuav, oi^iug
Jerome.?The State, 30th.
Mr. G. Heber Ballentine, of Lexington,
who is traveling in the interest
of Newberry college, was here a
few days this week landing prospects.
?Johnston News-Monitor, 30th.
Misses Lucy Syfan and Helen Walker
have returned from a most pleasant
outing as the guest of Miss Eugenia
Coleman at Little Mountain.?
Abbeville Press and Banner, 30th.
Mrs. M. T "oleman and children
returned homc jnday from Little
Mountain where they spent the month
ThItt amiavinnr r\ o ty-? -r\ 1 ifo A Ia
wjl uuij cujuj>xu5 v^aiiip mo.
Press and Banner, 30th.
Mrs. Gertrude Hemphill Sign, Miss
Helen Edwards and Miss Ella Belle
Sign spent Sunday at Little Mountain
with Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Coleman.?
Abbeville Press and Banner, 30th.
Rev. J. D. Kinard, pastor of the
Lutheran church, left this morning
for Prosperity, where he will spend
a week with friends and relativesGreenwood
Miss Mary Gilbert was elected by
the board of trustees of the city j
schools at its meeting Monday to fill
the vacancy in the Speers Street
school. Miss Gilbert taught at Dillon
and gave satisfaction.
Mrs. S. A. M. Fellers and little
granddaughter, Julia Luther, of Columbia,
after an extended visit to her
son. Mr. Holland 0. Fellers, and other
relatives here, left Wednesday on
their return home.
Mrs. T. W. Powell, who has been
spending some time with her mother,
Mrs. Hena Ruff, in the Broad river
section, returned to her home in Lake j
City Saturday accompanied by her I
sister, Miss Bessie Ruff.
George B. Cromer, of Newberry. C.
M. Efird, of Lexington, and John D.
Cappelmann, of Charleston, were in j
Columbia yesterday to attend a meeting
of the board of directors of the
Lutheran Theological seminary.?The
Many friends here of Miss Ola Ballentine,
of Columbia, were surprised
to hear of her marriage at Newberry
to Mr. Roy Cohen, of Prosperity. Miss
Ballentine had often visited here,
tt'hpro ?hp riflrtp manv friends.?Pair
fax cor. Bamberg Herald, 31st.
Messrs. Andrew Taylor and Willie
Anderson left today for Newberry to
attend the District League conference.
Mrs. Andrew Taylor and Misses Almena
Coleman and Sara Lipscomb
will leave tomorrow to attend the
meeting.?Greenwood Journal, 30th.
Rev. Dr. M. G. G. Scherer, of Charleston,
was elected professor in the
Lutheran Theological seminary of
this city by the directors of that in- j
stitution in the!" meeting today at
the Lutheran Publishing building.?
Columbia Record, 30th. Newberry is
well pleased with this. With Dr.
Voigt the faculty has another member
who is well pleasing to Newberry.
.Mr. J. Fred Scv.umper: and hie
daughter, Mrs. Gillette Webster, and
Mr. Homer \Y. Scaumpert, went Wednesday
to Iva, Anderson county, to
attend the burial of the former's '
granddaughter, little Louise Sherard, j
the two-year old daughter of Mr. and J
i Mrs. W. T. Sherard. -urs. j. r.j
Schumpert and little daughter, Fredna,
went the day before.
Dr. Kinard's resignation from the
English department of Winthrcp college
has caused deep regret. Dr. Kinard
has been called to the Citadel
Charleston, as the head oi the Eng- '
lish department in that institution.
Dr. Kinard will be missed at Winthrop
not merely as a member of the
English department, but, as a man
who is a part of the real spirit and
life of Winthrop.?Rock Hill cor.;
Prof. S. J. Derrick, of Newberry college
was in town Saturday. Prcl
Derrick is out in the interest of the
college, hunting boys for the next session.
Many a boy has been induced
to go to college by having some one
open to him the greater possibilities
of life presented by obtaining a college
education. God speed the men
who are putting in the summer |
months trying to get boys and girls J
to prepare for tne greater life.?
iBrookland cor. Columbia Record, 28th.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Werts and
their children, of Silverstreet, came
over in an auto yesterday week ago
and spent till Monday at the power
plant at Gregg Shoals with the broth
er-in-law of tne first, 'Mr. H. m.
Schumpert. Miss Marioln Schumpert.
of the above place came with above
family, spent the day here Monday
with Mr. J. M. Huckabee and family,
and that evening went back to the
dam. She is a sister of him who has
charge of the plant.?Abbeville Press
and Banner, 30th.
YABIOUS xyj) ALL ABOUT.
How do you tel-a-phone when you ,
see it??Gaffney Ledger. Just about1
Tito von tpl-a-nathv.
The latest purchaser of a Harley- !
Davidson motorcycle, single cylinder
5, is Mr. Jacob Shirley, of Leesville.
Mr. Eugene S. Blease, of Blease &
Blease, went to Saluda Wednesday in
connection with the Dominick murder
It is too hot to discuss the military
situation, the Mexican and the Japanese
questions, the Balkan fighting
and other big things.
Miss Bessie Kibler will have charge
of the music department in tne high
school. Those desiring to take music
will see her.
Born at Kinards, S. C., Monday j
July 2Sth, 1913, to Dr. and Mrs. Thorn- i
as Pope, a son.?Birth item in Abbe- j
ville Medium, 29th.
The Junior Workers of the Luther- j
an church will meet in the Sunday!
school room Monday afternoon at 5
o'clock. Every member is earnestly
rpmiestpri ti he Dresent.
An address by the Rev. Dr. J.
Henry Harms will be delivered at the
educational day exercises at Salem
Lutheran church, Lexington county,
Mr. Ben Melton, one of the new
policemen, wouldn't mind pulling an
autoist for exceeding the speed limit.
Better keep an eye on him when
| you get to a corner.
| It is the men who never fail to hit
[ Mr. Bryan whatever ne does, wno are
conspicious in this fight against his
lecture tour.?Florence Times. Well
said, "Miss Florence."
The second annual Sunday school
convention in No. 10 township, Newberry
county, S. ., meets at Cannoms
Creek church next Saturday, August
2nd.?A. R. P.
Asa Knuckles, colored, fell off the
ice wagon in Gaffney the other day
and broke his arm, above the knuckles.
Some men in Newberry fell off
the water wagon and broke theirpledge.
Gasoline engines for sale by J. D.
Quattlebaum, Prosperity, and portable
steam engines by Joe D. Quattlebaum,
Prosperity, at the same time,
could be called somewhat of a coin
A few days ago Dr. Galloway received
from Rev. J. W. Carson, of
Newberry, S. C., who is now abroad, a
flower which he recently plucked
from the grave of Mrs. Giff-en in
Cairo.?A. R. P.
If the extreme hot weather continues
much longer, along with the
delay in the confirmation of the postmaster
and the appointment or elec-1
tion of a county supervisor, lots of j
people will get nervous and irritable.
To "ride the goat," Mr. T. Q.
Boozer came from Columbia to New- :
berry the first of the week. "They ;
say" they had fun with him and :
another young new "goat rider." '
The two, and several others, rode the
goat alright, they say. ;
There will be an ice cream festival
at Willowbrook park, Saturday
night, August 2d. given by Willow
Camp, No. 641', \Y. 0. W. Let everybody
go and have a good time.
There will be plenty of music by ;
Newberry Concert band.
New Policeman Ben F. Melton preferred
a charge against Mr. T. E.
Wicker for exceeding the speed limit i
on his motorcycle. The charge was
sustained by Recorder Earhardt Wednesday
morning and Mr. Wicker submitted
to the fine of So.
For the near future the Arcade has
booked "Pilgrim's Progress." This
will certainly be interesting aJid instructive.
The Arcade is giving good
service, and is a fixed institution in
Xewberry, and in connection with the
Airdome, is giving great satisfaction.
W. P. Hudgens, a well known citizen
and automobile dealer of Laurens.
had one of his legs broken Tuesday
afternoon when he was thrown
from a motorcycle two miles from
that town. Hope "Pick" won't suffer
much from it.
iFriday will be the first of August.
On that day many subscriptions to
The Herald ana News expire. Examine
your labels, as the paper will
not be sent after that date, unless
this office is notified to continue the
same. All are treated alike and it is
foolish to get angry about it.
Mowing the road side is compulsory
?n Qtatoc hnfr tVio law fViot
makes it is seldom enforced. A man
ought to have pride enough in his surroundings
to keep the weeds down
without a law that tells him to do
so.?Fort Mill Times. He surely
The union services will be held at
Central Methodist church Surday
night at S 30 o'ciock, to be conducted j
by the Rev. Edw. Fulenwider if he i
is able to leave the bedside of his
sick son in time. Rev. Mr. Carlisle,
the pastor, will peach at Central Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock.
Xo doubt you have read the ordinance
promulgated by the city council
as to regulating the speed of the
locomobile, etc., in town. Those owning
or operating mobiles, locomo
biles and other forms or 'Dues, ougnt
to read up. and keep posted, and
regulate the speedometer.
You autoists must not run at a
greater rate of speed than 12 miles
an hour within the corporate limits.
At a rate of 4 miles the hour is the
limit at crossings of Main and College
and Friend streets, coming to a
standstill as has been in vogue at
Main and Caldwell.
Buying this week through the
Mower garage a Studebaker 25 tour
ing car, the Rev. J. D. Bowen, of
Kinards, gives himself and all concerned
pleasure and comfort and at
the same time adds to the large and
fast growing list for Newberry county.
About 200 people are expected to
leave here tomorrow for Little Mountain,
where will be held a reunion and
picnic of former students of Newberry
college. This is an annual affair
and about 5.000 people will probably
be in attendance.?^olumbia Record,
The Brown family will have their
tenth annual reunion at Concord
church. Friday, August 8, 1913.?
Anderson Mail. In some counties
that would be a big great reunion.
Suppose there was to be a joint reunion
of the Brown, Smith and Jones
families in Newberry county wouldn't
it be a meeting?
During the past week or so Summer
Bros, have sold about fifteen hundred
bales of cotton, most of it to out of
town places. This, with the three
/hundred and twelve bales sold to
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ouyer x\<ii Vj-isi ictsi. weeB. uy jicsais.
H. L. Parr and H. 0. Long put over
a hundred thousand dollars in circulation.
A lady had some beets sent to another
house for her own use for convenience,
to be received when she
called for them. The lady of the house
cookd the beets thinking they were
intended for her. She thanked the
other lady for them. In that way the
owner found out how her property
disappeared. This beats all.
Rain has damaged the fig crop in
Charleston. We hope that there will
rot >be any business troubles on ac
count of the failure of this most important
Times. You are throwing off on
the fig leaf and Eve side of the question,
but without joking it is a great
pity that the crop is damaged.
A negro woman in the bottoms below
the jail was "projecting" with a
pistol T-uesday, thinking it was unloaded,
when it was discharged and
sent a bullet through the breast of
another woman in the house. A little
more, if the bullet had gone in, there 1
would have been a "dead negro." Dr.
W. E. Pelham, Jr., dressed the wound ;
a!ad the woman is not hurt much. <
A1 Rikard's "Pride of Dixie" minstrels
have everything in shape and .
good condition, fine style, and up- todate
arrangements, ready to start on
the road about the first of Septem- j
ber. This is a big undertaking for :
young Rikard but it is believed that ]
he is equal to it. He has a fine organization,
complete with bands, etc.,1 a
and they will start with a promise of
Tonight, Thursday, you will find
"Snow White" at the Airdome. It is
a special picture for children, and all ,
children should see it. It is to be ,
hoped, for their pleasure and benefit,
that a great many will see it tonight.
The Arcade-Airdome management are
striving to please the people, especially
the children, so it would be I
well for those who did not see it this j
afternoon at the Arcade to see it to- j
night at the Airdome, when at 9.30, a
complete set of aluminum cooking
utensils will be given away.
Very few men could lay bare their
lives as Mr. Bryan has done. It is '
to his credit that he has earned his
money honestly, and that he has lived
cleanly.?Chester Lantern. Bryan
has no equal. If he has an equal, the
man hasn't turned up. yet. Bryan is
one man whom it can be said,
truthfully, that he cannot, now or
ever, have a superior. There is no
use talking about it. Bryan's equal,
let alone superior, cannot be produced.
The Charleston Post is blind as
a bat and deaf as a door knob.
One of the best things heard of '
lately is the arrival at the Newberry
hotel of Mr. J. Cloud, a Hearst representative,
to give the people the great
opportunity of getting Hearst's Sun"*
1 1 " ? ~ ~ J
aay American iui irve cents emu mc
'American monthly magazine free.
Astonishing when you reflect that you
have boon paying ten cents for the
Sunday American and it in only one
section, with nothing free, whereas
you now get for five cents nine sections,
entire edition, of the Sunday
American and the monthly free No
u.?e to say anything mere, do you
FOR CRIMINAL ASSAULT
Will Bird Lodged in Jail on Charge
of Criminal Assault Nine Year
Constable P. B. Odell placed in jail
on Thursday Will Bird alias Mack
Swindler on the charge of criminal
assault on a little negro girl only
nii-e years old.
Birrt is a negro about 19 or 20 years
old. The crime was committed at
Whitmire on Wednesday afternoon
in the house where live the parents
of the child.
There seems :o be little doubt of
the guilt of the negro. It is safd he
is not very bright but is sufficiently
intelligent to know rigM from wrong.
Died in Columbia.
Miss Estelle Bouknight died at one
o'clock Wednesday morning at the
borne of her sister, Mrs. J. H. Rivers,
in Columbia, after a lingering illness
of tuberculosis, and the body was
shipped to Newberry, arriving here i
Wednesday evening by the 6.44 C. N.
& L. train. Buried at -West End
Thursday morning at 11 o'clock, service
by the Rev. A. M. Gardner. Miss
Bouknight was an orphan and was
21 years old. She was well known (
at West End, having lived here last
year when her brother-in-law, Mr. J.
H. Rivers, made his residence at West
t->_j t->^;^YT-r-c- Pivoro chp is fiUf
CJIIU. DCSJUCS iiii S3. Jin. V.o, ~ ,
vived by another sister, Mrs. Zonnie j
Dorn, of Edgefield county, and two 1
brothers, Mr. Lee Bouknight, of West
End, and Mr. Jessie Bouknight, of (
Death of Mrs. Thompson.
Mrs. W. T. Thompson died at Hot ]
Springs, Ark., Wednesday and will be .
buried at Rosemont Friday morning, .
immediately upon being conveyed to ,
the cemetery after the arrival of the .
9.32 C., N. & L. train, the following to
be the pallbearers: Messrs. E. S. ,
Blease, C. G. Blease, F. R. Hunter, ^
P. E. Scott, W. A. Hill, J. W. Hender- .
Mrs. Thompson was the daughter \
of Mr. and Mrs M. Q. Chappell and
the wife of Dr. W. T. Thompson, of r
Laurens county, all of whom survive ,
her, with four children, and she j
leaves a sister, Miss Estelle Chappell, ,
? ' ? t n I
and a brother, Mr. rrantt unappeii,
to mourn her death. ,
Developing a case of blood poison,
she was recently taken to Hot Springs, s
Ark., for treatment, hoping to be soon c
restored to health. But it was not to, j
be, and death again takes from earth ]
to heaven a loving and devoted j
daughter, sister, wife, mother and
friend. The sympathy of the public
is extended the sorrowing relatives
in their great affliction.
Happiness is altogether a matter a
of capacity. A second piece of pie <=
ireanc more to a small boy than 7 t
ppr cent dividsnt means to his fath- t
SPECIAL NOTICES.; i
3ne Cent a Word. No ad-v
vertisement taken for lest T
than 25 cents.
FOR SALE?Old mess hall on college
campus. Buyer to remove al oac?i.
a.pply Geo. B. Cromer, Esq.
T) L' i T T~* A i? A
run 3-iA.t?a lew country .lama.
Write or phone A. L. Coleman, Siiverstreet,
GASOLINE ENGINES FOR SALE?
One 8 H. P. in perfect running order.
running every day. A bargain.
One 15 H. P. good as new. Can
be bought for less than 1-2 price."
One Ideal Duplex Feed Mill, will j
burn kerosene oil. Very cheap. *
Good reasons for selling the above.
If you are interested write to or^ j
call on J. D. Quattlebaum, Prosperity,
S. C., Phone No. 12. A
WANTED?First grade teacher for
Ridge Spring school, near Old
Town. Runs eight months. Salary
$45 a month. Address H. T. Fellers,
J. L. Fellers or W. H. Sanders,
trustees, Silverstreet, S. C., R. F.
D. No. 2.
CAT? DrVT aMf o era ln
JL V Jit x. ? ui uurn ** *
Nance street, $5 per month. Apply
to T. M. Sanders, phone 291-3.
SECO>D HAND ORGAN for sale. J.
S. Daniel, Newberry, S. C.
FOR SALE?One 15 H. P. Portable
T-. J . T tA JM
steam ndigine, guuu as ucvy. uiudell
saw mill. Winship gin and
press. Also pair mill stones all at a j
bargain. Apply to Joe D. Quattlebaum,
Prosperity, R. F. D. No. 3, x
W.iXTED?Four good solicitors, la- ^
dies or men. Good money. Apply
to J. Cloud, Newberry Hotel. It
Jiot On Busy Streets.
The motorcyclist who was fined $5
in the Recorder's court Wednesday
?- * ? ? ^ - J i ? iV? A r*?\AA/5 If
morning ior exceeumg uie spccu num.
wa:ats it understood that his alleged
offense was not cotorr'tted on any of
the busy streets of the city, but out
near the corporate limits between the
college and the cemetery where there ^
are no street crossings and no resi
dences. He wishes to say also that 1
It was not his intentidn nor his desire
to exceed the speed limit.
HOLDS IP HILL'S XOMIXATION.
Senator Tillman Wants Report on
>*ewberry Man Probed.
Washington. July 30? Senator Till4
man, after he had said that he had
no objection to the confirmation of
W. A. Hill, to be postmaster at New- 1
berry, and after the postoffice committee
of the senate had voted to recommend
the nomination favorably, re
- ?1-1_V A V.,-w
ceived information wmcui uiuscu uw
to request that the favorable report ,
be withheld peinding investigation of i
an assertion, which if true, would
make Hill personally objectionable to
the senior senator. Hill was nominated
on the recommendation of Congressman
At the old court house moving picture
show the latest attracting atten
tion thing was the announcement or
"a new and novel attraction to be
opened soon in the city," followed by
the interest arousing proposition to
"guess what it is," with the hope of
reward to the successful guesser held^fcj
before the imagination. It was not 1
publicly known who or what was the
idverister or thing advertised, which 1
secrecy added to the interest and en-\J
ioyment of the "new and novel" pro:eaing.
At the conclusion of the experiment
it developed that the adverj^H
:iser was the firm of 0. & T. E. SaAjfl I
ind that the thing advertised wa^fl
'Evening studio," to ue
:hrough the summer months. M
At the counting up at thjfl
ruesday night it was annouH
six persons had succeeded I
ng close enough to get prizflj
cvill be finest style portraits of tnem- i
t*via civ onh thpir o'npsses are
3t:i V CS. I no ~ - o
is follows: ,
Miss Agnes Houseal, "Picture -Sensation;"
Miss Lillie Cromer, "jptcture
Sensation;" Aubrey Tilley, -**-4 Studo;"
W. R. Parks, "Everybody Get$'a ^
^hoto Free;" Gus Tompkins, "Photo;"
diss Sarah Houseal, "Picture Man." i
There were about 25 guesses.
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A Card From .llr. tulenwiaer
Since the union service notice was
vritten a card from Mr. Fulenwider
t Hendersonville says, "tit fcOJl
till have some fever but seem much
letter than they have been. Think
hey aro improving as nicely as we