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The Movements of Many People, >'ew?
berriaus, and Those Who Visit
Mr. F. W. Fant, of Whitmire, was
in the city Friday.
Mr. Ira M. Sligh, of Columbia, spent
the week-end in Newberry.
Mr. W. E. Boozer, of Columbia, is
in the city.
Mr. Shelton S. Langorfd is again in
the city after visiting at Georgetown.
Mrs. Z. T. Hardeman and daughter
left for Pickens Monday.
mIss Xellye Thompson, of Laurens,
is visiting Miss Geneva Thornton.
-viiss Anna uevore, 01 -Ninety six, is
\isiting Miss Pearl Davis.
Misses Lillie Mae and Marie Moore
left Monday afternoon for Whitmire
to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Hunt will spend
awhile a Caesar's Head from today,
Mrs. W. H. Hardeman and children
left Saturday for Hendersonville to
Dr. H. L. Henry, of Newberry,
spent Tuesday and Wednesday here.?
Cliapin cor. the tSate, 3rd.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Williams spent
the week-end with relatives in Newberry.?Chapin
cor. the State. 3rd.
Willie Wicker, of Newberry, has
been visiting Mrs. J. S. Swygert.?
Jenkinsville cor. the State, 3rd.
Miss Louise Folk, of Newberry, is
visiting Miss Alma Folk?Denmark
cor. the State, 3rd.
Miss Lula Spiers is the guest of
her aunt in Newberry.?Charleston
Miss Drucie Cromer, of Newberry,
is the guest of Mrs. E. C. Briggs.?
Clinton Chronicle, 31st.
Miss Sara Whifp snent Satnrdav
with Miss Shirley Hicks in Columbia.
?Clnton Chronicle, 31st.
Mrs. Dr. Ellesor, of Newberry, is
visiting relatives here this week.?
Canton Chronicle, 31st.
Mr. J. B. Boyd, of Giappells, visited
Mr. A. C. Watson last Thursday. (
?Greenwood Index, 31st.
Mr. N. P. Mitchell returned Friday
from a short trip to Charleston and .
the Isle of Palms.
Mrs. James H MeTntosh. nf Colnm- ]
bia, and two daughtrs, are visiting ]
her sister, Mrs. W. H. Hunt.
Mrs. J. M. Bowers and two grand- .
children returned last week/ from At- c
Mrs. G. W. Harrison and baby left *
Saturday for a visit to relatives at
Ninety Six for the month of August, t
Mr. Wm. E. Crooks, of Union, is L
visiting his sister, Mrs. L. G. Mc-1 *
Cuilough, in Boundary street.
Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Kibler attended
the Bigley-Kibler wedding in Colum- '
bia Wednesday. ^
Misses Josie and Grace Hutchinson c
returned last week from visiting in
Columbia and Gildert.
Miss Kathleen Hayes returned Fri- j
lav from an extended visit to rela- A
tives at Mt. Carmel. ij
Mr. J. I. Hutchinson, of Wilmington,
Dela., is visiting his sister, Mrs J. j
Monroe Wicker. j
Mrs. J. S. Hutchinson and Miss An- a
_ T T x l _ _J? i 1.1 i. . XI
me nuicmnson, 01 Auania, are mis i
week to visit their relatives, Mr. McKeene
Hutehnson and family. .
# Miss Grady Wicker and Mr. J. D. a
Wicker took an automobile trip to Co- S
lumbia Sunday, the car driven by Mr. I
W. C. Waldrop.
Miss Annie Mann le::t Sunday for *
Spartanburg to visit her sister, Mrs. h
Harry Price, after which she will visit c
111 Atalnta. a
miss Myra Jtsaiienger returned Saturday
to her home at Seneca, after ?
visiting Miss Marietta Langford and '
other friends in Newberry.
W. C. Hayes returned last week
from Columbia where he had been
treated for disease of the nose. He '
Mrs. R. B. Kennedy and children re- ^
turned home Monday afternoon from y
a visit to relatives in Newberry.?
Hock Hill Record, 31st.
Mr. J. Y. Jones and little daugh- a
ter, Miss Mabel, left Monday for
Sreadman, Lexington county, to visit
his sister, Mrs. Mrs. J. R. Maddox. ^
Mrs. George Wright returned to
rsewoerry yesterday alter a visit 01
several days to Mrs. G. F. Little, near
Tylersville.?Laurensville Herald, 1st.
Miss May Araick, of Xewberry, is A:
stopping with P. M. Frick's family for s
a few days.?Chapin cor. the State,
Miss Stella Wessinger, is spending o
the week-end with her sister, Mrs. J.
K. Derrick, of Little Mountain?Chap- tv
in cor. the State, 3rd. T
Miss Trent Keitt, of Xewberry, re-1
turned home after a visit to Miss
Harriet Rutherford.?Blair cor. the,
Miss Ethel Hope, of Xewberry, is
here for the week, after which she
win spend some time on me lsiana at
|station 19.?Charleston Post, 2nd.
. C. Wyche has returned from
Prosperity, where he visited his parents,
Dr. and Mrs. C. T. Wyche.?The
Miss Lillie Mann has been taken to
Knowlton's hospital for appendicitis
She was accompanied by Miss Ola
Mr. Munson Buford, of Xewlferry,
stopped over with relatives a few
days this week on his way from Atlanta?Clinton
Miss Effie Grffin, of Newberry, was
here with relatives during the past
week.?Johnston cor. Edgefield Advertiser,
Alan Johnstone, Jr., of Newebrry,
was among, the visitors in Columbia
yesterday, stopping at the Jerome.?
The State, 1st.
Albert McMeekin has returned home
after a stay of a week with relatives
in Whitmire.?Monticelio cor. Colum
bia Record, 1st.
Mr. Ballentine and Mr. Yonce "were
here this week in the interest of
Xewberry college.?Trenton cor.
Edgefield Chronicle, 31st.
Mrs. R. D. Smith and Mr. R. D.
Smith, Jr., returned Friday from a
brief visit to Charleston and the Isle
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. .Villard will
leave tomorrow for Xewberry and
Kinards, where they will visit relatives.?Spartanburg
Journal, 1st. .
Little Miss Del-mar Bailes left Friday
for her home in Anderson, after 1
an extended visit to Mrs Vinnie 1
Mr. L. C. Mcise who has been in 1
Newberry for some weeks returned to
Sumter Thursday afternoon. Mrs.
Moise will be down in a few days.? J
Sumter Herald, 1st.
Miss Alma Mcllwaine returned ;
home last Monday afternoon from a <
visit to ner sisier, lurs. jonn naray,
Df Newberry?Central cot. Abbevilh ^
Medium, 1st. ^
Miss Mary Mcllwain left last week a
cor an extended visit o her sister, e
Mrs. Sidney Halfacre, of Newberry.? $
Park Creek cor. Abbeville Medium, s
Rev. E. D. Kerr left Friday for
Montrjeat, X. C., to spend the month c
>f August, vacation granted -Mm by c
lis congregation of the city Presby- h
erian church. f,
Mrs. Juila Weel:s is visiting; rela- n
:ves in Waynesville, X. C., going v
here from Lpxincrtnn. Kv tn w'rnVli
atter place she went from Newberry
some time ago. s
Mr. J. W. Taylor, of Prosperi:y and c
Hiss Cleo Banks, of Prosperty No 7, g
vere granted marriage license Saturlay
by Probate Judge Claude C.
Miss Minnie Gist, of Newerbry, who
ias been the guest of her sister, Mrs.
3. E. Fleming, has gone to Santuc to 6
Tisit her sister, Mrs. R. T. Gee.?Car- =
isle cor. Columbia Record, 1st.
Misses Lois. Katie and Fannie r,
?leazer have returned to their home
n Newberry, after having visited rel- c
itives and friends in and near Chapn.?Chapin
cor. the State, 3rd. y,
Dr. and Mrs. W. 0. Holloway, and
:hildren, of Chappells, spent Friday g
ifternoon with Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
51oan ?'Ninety Six cor. Greenwood ti
ndex, 31st. d,
Mr. Louis Morris, of Bristol, Term., ir
off AT r.n r? xr f rvr? ^ V* ^ a " >- ? ? -?J
iviviiuaj iui v^iicdici, aaci <x visit si
Lere to his uncle, Mr. L. Morris. He tl
lerked for his uncle here two years u:
Friends of Mr. I. Z. Abrams will re- lt:
;ret to know that he has had to re- ^
urn to Columibia on account of eye n'
rouble, after having had the misforune
of losing an eye. X
Miss Nina Gibson, of Newberry, tc
?jho has been an attractive guests of
Irs. R. W. Cranford, left yesterday C(
fternoon for a visit to her sister, ?(
Irs. Cecil Reid at Fredericksburg, C(
ra.?Rock Hilll Record, 31st. b]
Mrs. A. A. Singley, of Prosperity,
Irs. E. L. Sease, of Little Mountain, ^
na :vir. jonn a. ceaenoaugn, ol riub- ^.
erity, were among the out-of-town ^
;uests at the Bigby-Kibler wedding
a Columbia Wednesday.
Miss Miriam Long and brother, Mr. j
L C. Long, Jr., will leave tomorrow ^
aorning for Fair View to join a
amping party at the home of Mr. and j
Irs. Thomas W. Long.?Charlotte Ob- ^
Mrs. Edward Houseal and little "1
:d., Jr., with Miss Ainsley Houseal, in
f Columbia, paid a brief visit here ti<
ist week to the homes of their rela- m
ives, Dr. %V. G. Houseal and Dr. pi
'heo. Johnstone. B;
Miss Sara Halfacre and Miss Geor-!
gia Porter returned Thursday from
a visit to the home of Miss Halfacre's
grandfather, Mr. F. E. Maybin, on the
Tiger river, at Delta, in Union county.
Mr. P. L. Rikard and family are visiting
his father, Mr. J. A. Rikard.
Pearl is one of the large force of lin
otype operators on the Atlanta Georgian.
His great number of relatives
and friends here are glad to see
Mrs. H. C. Long and children, Mr.
Mebane, Miss Dorothy, and Master
Robert Long, returned home last
night irom .Newberry, s. C., where
they spent 10 days with Mrs. Long's
sister, Mrs. W. S. Spearman ?Charlotte
Mrs J H. Chan^ell and little Prince
returned from RussellviWe, Ala., last
week. She had misfortune with her
trunk. On the outgoing trip she lov
it for awhile; on the incoming trip
she lost it for good. At least, it i
seems so, as it hasn't turned up yet.
Col. E. H. Aull and Miss Alice Aull,
of Xewberry and Col. John K. Aull,!
wife and little daughter, of Columbia,!
enroute from Xewberry to Hendersonville,
X. breakfasted Saturday
morning with Mr. and Mrs. R A. ,
Cooper. The Aull party was traveling :
in a touring car.?Laurensville Herald,
Misses Elizabeth and Julia Kibler
and Lalla Martin are in a list of
"South Carolina teachers well represented
at Columbia university," we
take from a special which says that
the Southern club, with a member-i
ship of over 600 teachers, held its annual
"reception in the Thompson gymnasimu,
Now York, Friday evening.
Col. E. H. Aull, Mr. and Mrs. John
K. Aull and Miss A^ice Aull were in
town Saturday afternoon on their way ;
to visit Col. Aull's father at Dyson, j
rhey came from Newberry in an au-1
tomobile and used the route by way j
}f Waterloo into this county. They j
r* cx roin oil t li o tit a v /\n :
L WtU XAJLl^ ittlU ttH U4JI.V, *? J
;hem from Waterloo to Greenwood.?
Greenwood Index, 31st.
Mrs. W. H. Zeigler was taken to the
Sumter hospital Sunday for treatment,
she has been in bad health for some
ime. Mrs. Zeigler wasN accompanied
o the hospital by two of her sisters,
>Irs. Vinne Wimberly, of Cameron,
md Miss Edith Evans, a trained
Lurse, of Columbia. Mrs. Zeigler's
laughter, little Elizabeth, and little
on, Horace, are with their grandtarents
Mr. J. W. Denning, of Newberry, S. |
spent several days in Benson re- I
ently with relatives. Mr. Denning |
Las made South Carolina his home
or the past twenty years and says ,
e is learning to like the State fairly
rell. He is a native of Johnston and j.
5 a son of Mr. D. B. Dennng, one of!.
he most successful farmers in this
ection of the county. He holds a reponsible
position with the railroad ;
ompany at Newberry.?Benson '
^ - ?L TT 7 TT- ~ ~ 1 "U
-vir. tt.u-j'iri. vy. nouseai na.s xeiuind
from the University of Virginia, (
aviue- just completed the summer
ourse in chemistry, which he enterd
upon after receiving his A. M. de- ^
ree from the university. Fortuno
nd honor will smile on this young
raduate of the grand old University
f Virginia He has been appointed i
istructor in chemistry in the South (
arolina Medical college. This is a
igh honor and speaks volumes for 1
* T_ I (
UUUS JU-i nuuscm.
Mr. W. H. Folk was in. the city
aturday from Pomaria No. 1. He 1
ays there was a storm in that sec- c
on Friday morning early. His (
aughter, Miss Catherine, had a fry- 1
ig pan in her hand and the lightning c
:ruck nearby, giving her a shock so
lat she could not turn the pan loose c
ntil her sister, Miss Ollie, had pour- c
i some water on her hand. She felt 1;
until late in the vning. Besdes f
lowing down seme corn there was t
o serious damage done. j
Mr. J. A. Schroeder, of Silverstreet
o. 2, was in the city Saturday. He a
>ld of a storm in that section Friday 11
fternoon at about 4.30 o'clock, which j r
Dvered about a mile and a half e
luare, the hail cutting the knee high I
)tton stalks in two and the wind v
lowing down the corn. The cotton n
id corn were badly damaged, those
stting the worst of Che storm being
r. Schroeder and Messrs. E. B. Mar- n
n, J. H. Dickert, .Tack Brehmer, 0. 1
. Longshore, D. H. Stillwell, G. W. f
iiber and W. R. Gantt.
Misses Carrie Bell, Alice and Lu- s
le West left Saturdav for a little i L
.ay in Charleston and at the Isle
: Palms. Miss Carrie Bell West's
lace as stenographer at the law L<
rm of Blease and Blease will be ^
led by Mr. Chas. P. Barre, who has Ll
)een there before," and "needs no s
troduction." He will fill the posi- n
Dn as nearly perfect as any mere
an can who tries to take a lady's a
ace. In the meantime, while Mr. a
arre perspires over what transpires
I :n his line of business this .".ot weatnI
IT * '
i er, may t.ie young ladies manage to
In compliment to Miss Blanche Davidson,
of Newberry, S. C., and Miss
Minnie Doar, of Georgetown, S. C.,
who .ire charming guests of Mrs W.
G. Jones, Xo. 802 Dock street, Mr and
Mrs. Leo. B. Lacy delightfully entertained
a party of friends at cards
Thursday evening. Among those presnt
besides the honor guests were:
Miss Marie Yopp, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Peck, Mr.
and Mrs. S. F. Yopp, Mr. Robert Hen|
derson, of Xew York, and Mr. Ken;
neth McKenzie.?Wilmington Star,
The Rev. .J. Henry Harms, D. D? j
president of |Cwberry college, was |
in the city last night, at the Jeffer- j
son, and will go today to Augusta. j
Dr. Harms attended the Little Moun- 1
j tain reunion yesterday. He said last j
| night that the meeting was a splen- j
did success. Dr. Harms is very much I
pleased with the bright outlook for
Newberry college for the coming session,
and expects the largest attendance
the Lutheran institution has
ever had. Especially noticeable will
be the number or young men from
[North Carolina and Georgia.?The
YAKIOUS AN?AIL ABOUT.
The speed limit has been reduced
so perceptibly that it can be easily
discernible to the dullest eye
Henry Spearman found a badge pin,
witn tne woras "iaitn, nope ana cuarity,"
on it. The loser can have it by
The young people went in wagons
to Parr Slioals to a picnic on Tuesday.
A jolly time is reported.?Monticllo
cor Columbia Record, 31st.
Who is the meanest man in town?
You know him, and everybody has
this man in mind.?Gaffney News.
Yes, everybody knows him. ,
Messrs. Boyce Hunter and William
Bradfield have returned home from
a trip to Wrightsville Beach.?Charlotte
The "young lady-across the way" (
in Spartanburg is good in the Journal
ortr^ T'ornlina Srvflrtsri Anri "WinVv
U1AU VU* V*iiAW ^
Del" is not at all bad.
It is excusable for a bald beaded (
man to sit with his hat on at the Air- ]
dome, of a damp night, while he is j
"under the weather." :
In the baseball game on Saturday
afternoon the White Sox of this place 1
lost o Whitmire, the score being 2 :
to 1.?Carlisle ccr. Columbia Record, 2
Mr. Eugene A. Griffin has been
elected assistant cashier of the New- ^
berry Savings bank and will assume
the duties of the position the coming i
Cattle tick will be fought to the j
finish in Newberry?Mr. J. B. Smith c
is in the city, having the upper part e
of the county, while the lower part j
will be traversed by Mr. Brown. c
The Ladies Aid society of the =
Church of the Redeemer will meet at t
ihe home of Mrs. J. B. O'Xeall Hoi- *
loway Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock, t
Everybody of the church is expected t
:o attend. >
There will be a picnic and two ball
?ames in Mr. M. L. Cousin's pasture
3n next Wednesday, August 6, between
Newberry and Hartford. It 11
ivill be pleasant to have a large
irowd and plenty to eat present.
The Newberry Cotton mill is taking n
he usual two weeks' annual shut ^
lown, beginning last Saturday. The j(
)akland mil', one week Mollohon has n
iot closed but allows the help to get n
>ff at pleasure. c
Mimnaugh says things have just C
iblged to go, gt a move on, to be fci
ileaned up in the next two weeks, as ti
>e is going to the Northern markets ^
or new goods and wants rooms for o
hem. Now is your chance, so have c
'our loose change ready. ti
At the Airdome Thursday night the
aluminum pieces were given away in
hree divisions to holders of the win- >;
ting numbers. First, Mr. George Rob- n
Ttson; second, a Mr. Daivis; third, V
Cldrige Hubbard?the boy who is ad- c!
ertisi gnfor votes in another column
>f this paper. o:
Up at Mr. Simps Dominick's saw
trill, in No. 7 township, last week, a '
legro dodging and running from a ^
ailing smokestack, ran into the saw A
n motion and had his leg so badly
ut as to render amputation necesary.
Dr. W. D. Senn amputated the
eg near the thigh joint.
n oeing semea as iu uie pusimabership
in the confirmation of W. A.
nil, the next thing is the naming of n<
he successor to -Mr. Hill as county
upervisor "Who will it be? Name ^
im. There are a good many menioned
in connection, with the place,
nd Dame Rumor and Madame Gossip .
re busy circulating reports. ,
The number of men in attendance ve
upon the Sunday school normals is
encouraging. For instance at the
very close of the Newberry normal it
was discovered that fifty per cent of
those present were men. Men's classes
and men teachers in the Sunday
srhnnl will soke the Question of hold
ing the boys.?Lutheran Church Visitor.
Newberry citizens held 1475 bales
of cotton for a higher price but their
grip got weak and they let it go at
about 12 cents. They now understand
that they didn't know all about cotton.?Spartanburg
Journal. You don't
know the men who held *his cotton.
If you did you would know hat you
don't know what you are talking
about, young man.
Two young fellows from Newberry!
got the habit of calling at Helena? j
going up on the early evening freight
and coming down on the Cannon Ball.
Very pleasant arrangement all
around. But one evening the train
didn't <?idotraek?that's the wav it had
been doing. And the boys went on
with the train to Silverstreet and had
to wait there for the C. B. instead of
at Helena with the girls. Quite different.
Those beautiful pictures, or the pic*
tures of that beautiful road, have arrived
at the Book and Variety store
of Jno. B. Mayes. Look at them
There is no harm in looking. Looking
is cheap. It will cost you nothing to
see and very little to buy, as they
are selling at a penny a piece. The
road is worth looking at. It is a portion
of Calhoun street, and if you say
it is not pretty you have no eye for
the beautiful, no heart for the true,
no soul for the good.
"It was a great day at Little Moun- j
tain. Taere were thousands in attendance.
There is not another gathering
in the State just like it. The celebration
at Filbert can not compare
with that at Little Mountain," said
John F. Livingston, general manager
of the Columbia, Newberry & Laurens .
railroad, yesterday, in speaking of the
reunion of graduates of Newberry
college held Friday at Little Mountain.
"Our company handled 1,200
passengers to Little Mountain," he
continued.?The State, 3rd.
Sheriff Cannon G. Blease is fully
satisfied with his deputy sheriff, one ?
Df the best deputies ever deputized to !
leliver desperadoes, 'but Mr. Wm. M.
Dorroh must have some sort of an
idea that he will need help in a few
>-ears and he is working to that end.
rhis is taking it for granted thatt they
ire in there for life time. They are
;here for a long time, for many
*ears to come, the signs read. At any
-ate, there is a little deputy sheriff at
he home of the deputy sheriff, and
)eing a boy makes it all right?Depuy
A little Florida alligator from | ^
racksonville was sent by Mr. Claude
tforris. railroad ticket agent, to Mr. *
L J. Roach, telephone telegraph man ^
>f Newberry. The alligator, 22 inchis,
left Jacksonville alive and kickng;
that is, if alligators kick. It is
lead now, been dead ever since it
;ot here. Whether Mr. Roach knew J
be thing was coming or not, or-what
le wanted with it, or why it was sent, | c
mlpsq to "Central" extra work, !c
he reporter didn't ask. But it seems '1
ike "Central" :has enough on hand j
vithout having an alligator to fool T
nth. ' ?
Referring to the premium list, an- ^
louncemnt, and rules and regulaions
of the fifth annual Caddo Corn
Jarnival, at Caddo, Oklahoma, August
0-23, we see among the officers the j
ame of Mr. D. B. Williams as pres
lent of the association. From the ^
Doks of the publication, which i3
eat, handsome and bright, things t
lust be in excellent shape, and the T
arnival promises to be successful. t
longratulations to Mr. Williams on ^
ae fine future outlook of the associa- r
ion of which he is president and in ?
J U/\ 10 ori
mien jdus ucuiu ouiucs. x?c to <?iither
Newberrian who is reflecting
redit upon his county in his eleva- ^
!on to this position of honor.
New Law Firm.
Messrs. Fred. H. Dominick and c
>al Workman have formed a part- a
ership ir law know as Dominick & 0
Workman. Mr. Workman will be in l<
barge of the Newberry office.
Mr. Workman is a recent graduate
f the low school of the University of
outh Carolina and will make a val- a
able addition to the bar of Newberry. tc
he Herald aitd News wishes for him *
lat measure of success which his
ilents deserve. Mr Dominick, of 0
)urse, will be in Newberry frequent- I *
- */v n-ifh YTr TVnrlcman Tf ' ^
LU V.U11CU11 H1VU v.
lakes a strong team and will win ai
Don't forget to see Firemen's Tour- a;
iment reel at Theato, old court ti
>use, Friday, August 8, showing the
ork of all the companies in the
Some people are so fond of hear- A
g themselves talk that they don't
iow the difference between a con- v
Tsation and a monnologue. Si
SPECIAL NOTICES.! J
One Cent a Word. No ad- ^
vertisement taken for lest ^
than 25 cents.
FOR SALE?Old mess hall on. college
campus. Buyer to remove at oaq&
Apply Geo. B. Cromer, Esq.
GASOLINE ENGINES FOR SALE?
One 8 H. P. in perfect running order,
running every day. A bargain.
One 13 H. P. good as new. Can.
be bought for less than 1-2 price.
One Ideal Duplex Feed Mill, will
burn kerosene oil. Very cheap.
Good reasons for selling the above.
If you are interested write to or 4
ca!1 on J. D. Quattlebaum, Prosperity,
S. C., Phone Xo. 12.
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. Xo. 2.
FOR RE>*T?Three-room cottage in.
Nance street, $5 per month. Apply
to T. M.^^nders, phone 291-3.
SECOND HAND ORGAN for sale. J.
S. Daniel, Newberry, S. C.
Friday, August 8th see the Firemen's
tournament held at Abbevile, S. C.
Great picture showing quick work
of mein and horses at Theato.
? 11 "
COOK WANTED?At once for boardinghouse?must
be all round, first
class. Also wisih experienced maidAddress
immediately Box 495, Hendersonville,
I lYILL FURNISH a first class barbecue
at my warehouse on Saturday,
August 9. G. W. Kinard, Prosperity,
S. C. 8-5-2t
WANTED?Every one who hasnt a
little boy or girl, to please vote for
Eldrige Hubbard in the West-Martin
Pony Contest. It
FDIJND?On C., N. & L. special returning
from little Mountain Aui
n 1 nf A /\rrn ^TTT?* A*
suae xou, a UULUJII ui JXCJS. umuct
can get same by paying for this advertisement
and proving keys. J.
W. Denning, Agent. It
WAS IT A MISTAKE 2
ro Select >'ew berry County as a tfodel
on Demonstration Work, Asks '
In May, 1913, I received a request
irom Mr. J. A. Evans, at Washington,
general assistant of the demonstration
-vcrk showing the i;xc?ress made in
.be county since th<? demonstration
vork was started in 1908.
Showing the conditions of the coun:y
when work began, total production
)f crops, ctc;, capital and deposits in
^anks, approximate amount of busiless
done along various lines, etc.,
general character of farming at the
.ime work was begun, kind of tools
lsed, size of teams, kind of crops
:rown, etc., etc., and then show the
-ame facts for this county at tl>>resent
time. The increase of funds
levoted to rural schools should be
hown, if possible, increase and length
if salaries of rural school teachers
iffected, improvements in roads, in
ural telephones, rural delivery, rural
mprovements in the way of good
iomes, barns, silos, pastures, etc.
Newberry county Ijeing selected as
he county in South Carolina, I immediately
wrote to the presidents of
he eleven banks and to the manager
of the telephone system and the <
etiring suprintendent of education.
sking them to give me the data ask
d as to their institutions and their
pinions of the demonstration work
I they desired to express them.
A short while after being requested ^
3 get data, I had published in the /
ounty papers the letter of Mr EvanJ /
nd appealed to the farmers and all
thers to give me any ^ information as
3 the growing of cover crops since
To the thirteen' letters addressed to
]e banks, manager of the telephone
nd superintendent of education, and
) the personal appeal to all citizens,
have not received a single reply.
Is it possible that their selection
E Newberry county was a mistake?
can't think it was, but attribute it
) the press of business at the time,
nd forgetfulness later. If we are
aing anything worthy of note, we
ant thp world to know it. and I again
sk that you give me the informa- %
S. M. Duncan,
August 4th, 1913.
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:ct nv t^A tnseball game a fee.
'.Hi happier a boy must be.
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