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The Movements of }Iany People, >*ewberriaiis,
and Those Who Visit
Dr. C. D Weeks businessed in Columbia
Mr. B. L. Dorrity was in Columbia
Miss Bessie Crews, of Laurens, is
visiting Miss Minnie Havird.
E. 0. Counts, of Prosperity, was in
Columbia yesterday.?The State, 9th.
Rev. W. P. Meadors went to Chappells
today.?Greenwood Journal, Sth.
Miss Corrinne Riser, of Selma, Ala.,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. T. J. Hayes.
Mrs. J. Henry Harms and two daughters
returned to Xewberry Saturday.
Dr. Geo. B. Cromer returned to Xewberry
C. C. Davis of Xewberry was at the
Jefferson.?The State, 11th.
Miss Carolyn Caldwell is visiting in
Greenville for a few weeks.
Mrs. Lou Lyles and daughter, Miss
Fannie Lyles, are visiting at Pomaria.
Misses Sudie and Leila Dennis are
visiting relatives at Cross Hill.
Messrs. H. H. Blease and J. B.
-tiunier were <11 rumcma <ju uuoiucoo
Richard Jullen returned Saturday
from visiting his relatives in Laurens
Mr. J. F. Moore left Saturday for
Blacksburg, to be out of town a week
or ten days.
Miss Adeie Dunbar returned Monday
from the mountains of NorthCarolina.
Miss Christine Miller, of Salisbury,
is visiting her college mate, Miss
Helen Satterwhite, in Newberry.
Mrs. B. B. Reid and little B. B.,
Jr., returned on Friday irom unar
lotte, met in Columbia by Mr. Reid.
Mr. D. R. Lavender, of Newberry, is
spending a few days in the city.?Gaffney
" Mrs. Alice Berry has gone to Newberry
to visit her uncle, 0. Hare.?
Butler cor., Saluda Standard, 7th.
'Miss Mary Klettner has returned
frnm a visit to relatives in Charles
.Miss Anna Devore returned to
Ninety Six Saturday from a visit to
Miss Pearl Davis.
Miss Nellie Thompson, of Laurens,
returned home Saturday after visiting
Miss Geneva Thornton.
Capt. Thos. J. Duckett, of Clinton,
is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Duncan
M. L. Long, of Silverstreet 1, was
in town one day last week.?Saluda
K r* V. rl T Q XT nf
.UCS510. > iix anu Liauut , vi
Silverstreet route 1, were in Saluda
Saturday.?Saluda Standard, 7th.
Miss Marry Wallace, of Silverstreet
route 1, was in Saluda Saturday.?Saluda
R. R. and F. G. Davis, of Newberry,
were at the Jefferson yesterday.?The
Mrs. J. W. Spence and family, and
Mrs. D. K. Sturkey, are visiting their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Addy.
Mr. L. Morris left Monday for the
eastern markets to lay in his fall i
Mr. Tom Grizzard, of Atlanta, is in j
the city. He once merchandiser* in
Mr. Gibbes Goggans, of Florida, is
visiting relatives here, after an absence
of about eleven years.
Airs. A. Paysinger and son, have returned
after a month's visit to relatives
at Newberry.?Latta cor.,
Mr. J. W. McKee, Summer's garage
man, went to Abbeville Sunday to return
Mr. J. Lindsay Bowers and family, of
Prosperity section, spent Sunday with
Mr. J. R. Green and family.
Air. win. n. vvara, 01 Loiumoia, is
visiting his son, Mr. J. M. Ward, of
Newberry No. 7.
Mrs. R. M. Hitt and little Dorothy
are visiting relatives at North Augusta.
Miss Sara White stopped over for
a few day, visit to her parents on
her way to Wilmington, N. C.
Mr. Zeb and Joe Williams, of Columbia,
spent Sunday in Newberry with
Mrs. W. F. Wright and Miss Hallie
Wright returned Saturday to their
fhnmp in T.anrpris rrmntv anpnmnnnipd
by Miss Carrie Greneker on a visit.
Messrs. Frank and Robert Davis, accompanied
by Mr. Robert Gist, w?nt
to Columbia Friday in Mr. C. C. Davis'
handsome Chalmers automobile.
Mr. E. W. Long is the successful
applicant for the regular four-year
Clemson scholarship from Newberry
Mrs. D. S. Hull left Friday for home,
Westminister, after visiting her
daughter, Mrs. S. E. Dunbar, in this
Mr. J. H. Summer went Friday to
Hendersonville and will return Tuesday
with Mrs. Summer and daugh
Mr. Arthur Maybin, from Newberry,
visited his brother, Mr. John Maybin,
last week.?Newsy cor., Winnsboro
News-Herald, 7th. .
Mr. T. E. Keitt and Mrs. Thos. W.
Keitt have returned to Clem'son from
Newberry.?Clemson cor., Greenville
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M. M. tfuford, iormer snerm ui
Newberry county, spent yesterday in
Columbia, at the Jerome.?The State,
Miss Marie Barnett has returned
v> o vioit tn V^whprrv. Peaks and
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other places in the lov/er part of the
State.?Abbeville Medium, 8th.
Miss Edyth Folk has returned to
Columbia after spending her vacation
at her home in Newberry.?The State,
Miss Agnes Adams returned to
| Blairs Saturday after visiting her
; cousin, Miss Harriet Adams, at the
Central house, this city.
J. W. Crosland left last night to
spend a few days at Newberry where
i Mrs. Crosland is visiting her parents.
?Bennettsville Advocate, 7th.
Mrs. Amelia Wicker left this week
for an extended visit to relatives in
Newberry and Pomaria.?Union Times,
Miss Hutchinson of Newberry, spent
several weeks with the Misses Sease.
i She returned to her home last week.
?iGilbert cor., Batesburg Herald, 7th.
Misses Louise Browning, of Union
j county, and Maud Simpson, of WestI
miniotor oro T-ici + i,n or thoir Mucematp
Ili.1 iiiiOlVi J U1 V/ ? A O i A ^ V/A. *-*.?-? v^,
Miss Annie Green.
Mrs. Jacob Ehrhardt and little son
Liles, and Mrs. F. H. Copeland, of
Ehrhardt, are visiting Mrs. H. F.
YT T "Pnt-incr Tr <~>f Kavnnnah fi-fl
I ? V '.Jj ?*., v^.. vu .
and sister, Miss Lucile Epting, are
visiting their grandmother, Mrs. H.
Mrs. M. J. Epting, Miss Elizabeth
Epting- and Wallace and Eugene Epting,
of Savannah, w illarrive Thursday.
Mrs. Jos. S. Weeks and son, Marion,
of Elloree, are visiting her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. O'Neall Holloway,
for a few days.
Miss Zulienne Ervin, who has taught
in the public schools of Newberry, was
married to Mr. John Gill Landrum, of i
Columbia, in Columbia last week.
Mr. J. Y. J-ones and his little daughter,
Mabel, after visking at Steadman,
went to Ninety Six ':o see his family,
all returning home Sunday night.
Mrs. R. B. Wallace and her two
beautiful and bright little daughters
returned last Friday to their home in
Miss Sadie Goggans was among the
additional registrations Thursday at
the "common good" convention in
Columbia, as also was Mr. B. C. MatI
Bethlehem pastorate, Pomaria, S. C.,
has tendered Rev. J'. A. Linn a vaca *-*
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H0I1 01 tWO wetJtt.5, vvuiuu UC nm aj/ciiu
in North Carolina.?Lutheran Church
Rev. M. J. Epting, D. D., pastor of
St. Paul's, Savannah, Ga., has accepted
the invitation to deliver an address
on Seminary day, Which will be observed
this year September 24.
Mrs. Jno. C. Adams returned from
Hendersonville Saturday, accompanied
by Miss Dessie Shackleford. Miss
Shackleford will return to Hendersonville
Dr. Geo. K. Hutchinson, the popular
and reliable prescription clerk, at
Dr. P. E. Way's drug store, left on
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sunaay xor a. inp ui a wceiv ui ten
days to Henderson ville and Ashville.
Miss Grace Eargle returned Saturday
from Chapin, accompanied by her
grandmother, Mrs. Amanda Comalander,
who is visiting at Mr. J. J. Eargle's.
Mr. Wm. Meredith and family, after
visiting at Mr. J. M. Bowers, left
Saturday to visit at Gray Court, Laurens,
before returning to their home
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Hunt, of Newberry
were in Greenville for a short
while yesterday on their way to the |
mountains of western North Carolina.
?Greenville News, 10th.
Mrs. John K. Aull, with little Miss ;
.Julia Kate Aull, of Columbia, are the beloved
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
S. Tompkins.?Edgefield Chronicle,
Miss Margaret Davis, of Due West, 1
was the guest of Miss Ruth Milford :
from Friday until Sunday. She returned
home Sunday afternoon.--Cold
Spring cor., Abbeville Medium, Sth
Mr. R. Clarence Culbertson and
family, of Newberry, are on a visit
to relatives in the Ekom section and
will be present at the reunion Saturday.?Laurensville
\T~ Yfr>e Wm IT Plitt a n fi litflp
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Elizabeth, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Ittner, who have been visiting the
family of Mr. J. W. White, have returned
to their homes in Baltimore.
James B. Buzhardt, principal of the
Heath Springs high school, passed
through Columbia yesterday on his
way home from Newberry.?The State,
Mr. J. P. Harmon, of Prosperity,
was ia the city Friday. He said there
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were some very uue spcctucs m wc
"conference for the common good"
which he attended in Columbia lart
week. ? !
Messrs. W. E. Hunter and Jas. E.
Long, both of Prosperity, have been
recommended by the State superintendent
of education, among other
students, to fill the eleven remaining
vacancies at Clemson college.
The Mt. Pleasant people had the
pleasure of having their former pastor,
Rev. E. C. Witt, with them also
Rev. J. J. Long, of Little Mountain.?
Gilbert No. 2 cor., Batesburg Herald,
The Rev. Dutton has had the assistance
of Revs. J. D. Shealy, P. E.
Monroe, Y von A. Riser and Jas. D.
Kinard in his St. Mark's meetingGilbert
Xo. 2 cor., Batesburg Herald,
J. B. O'Neall Holoway, of Newberry,
is in Columbia for the conference for
the common good. Mr. Honoway is
the principal of Newberry high school
and a former organizer for the farmer's
union.?Columbia Record, 7th.
Mr. W. S. Melton automobiled |
Messrs. G. W. Jacobs, T. B. Jacobs, i
of city, and Joe B. Derrick, of Little I
Mountain, to Columbia Thursday. Mr.;
Boyd Jacobs says there are no bridges
over several waterways.
Dr. Geo. B. Cromer, a prominent
lawyer of Newberry and ex-president
of Newberry college, stopped in Columbia
yesterday on his way to attend
a conference of the attorneys of the
OrMilliflrn rniln-or in Wachinfrtrin I
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Columbia Record, 7th.
Coi. and Mrs. I. H. Hunt, of Newberry,
arrived this morning to spend
the week end with Mr. and Mrs. R.
P. Blake and Dr. and Mrs. J. C.
Harper.?Greenwood Journal, 6th.
This was crowded out from Thurs
day's paper when it was fres'her.
Will Davenport made a business
trip to Newberry one day t-his week.? !
Butler cor., Saluda Standard, 7th. i
Newberry is a good place to make bus- !
iness trips at any time.
E. P. Perry and family have moved ''
to Newberry.?Saluda Standard.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Hunter, of
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KoanoKe, Aia., are visiung ais cuusm, i
Mr. J. B. Hunter, Mr. Win. C. Hunter's !
father left Newberry in 1833 when he '
was a boy about 14 years old, and
this is the first time any member of
the family has been back here.
C. T. Wyche, M. D? of Prosperity,
a member of the' house of representatives
from Newberry county, came to
Columbia yesterday to take R. I.
Stoudemayer home .Mr. Stoudemayer
recently underwent an operation
at the Columbia hospital.?The
Mrs. G. P. Boozer and children, of
Newberry and Jas. L. Burley and
children, of Anderson, are spending
some time in Walhalla visiting at the !
home of Mrs. M. E. Burley. They !
have many friends here who are de- j
lighted to meet them.?Wallhalla
Rev. H. A. McCullough, pastor of
St. Paul's church, accompanied by
his family, will spend his vacation at
Hendersonville, N. C. St. Paul's congregation
has a standing resolution
for a month's vacation to the pastor
and provsion for services during the
vacation /period.?Lutheran Cchurfch
Mrs. Ida Deal Stevens, of Newberry,
is visiting her father, Mr. Jim Deal, of
the Bethany section. Mrs. Stevens is
in bad health. She fears that she has
pellagra, but we trust that this is
only her imagination. She would
be glad to see as many of her friends
as possible during her visit.?Calli-1
son cor., Greenwood Index, 9th.
Mr. Harry W. Dominick gave his
mother, Mrs. C. E. Dominick, an automobile
trip to Columbia Tuesray,
accompanied by Messrs. Fred H.,
Dominick and Frank R. Hunter. He
reports the roads awful in places since
recent rains. What with bad roads
ana no oriuges over some ui me ?ulciways
it is rough.
Mr. C. W. Wallace, formerly of
Vorkville but located at Bishopville
for the past few months as district
nanager of the Philadelphia Life Insurance
company for Eastern, S. C.,
has taken a position with the insur- ,
ance department of the Security Loan i
and Investment Co.. in Newberry and;
will be a great addition to them as he
is an expert insurance man.
Dwight Jones returned from Honea
Path Monday and his brother, Hazel,
| is visiting there. These two smart j
I bovs are city carriers of The Herald !
: and News?or one is his substitute.
Even the little carrier boys have substitutes,
after the manner of the j
| postoffice, and the way they talk about ;
| their substitutes is interesting.
Attorney General Peeples, of Colum- !
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Uia, Willi nib uiuuiei, ;?H5. d. r. sr ceples,
spent Saturday and Sunday in
the city, with Assistant Attorney 3en- \
era'. Dominick, at the home of Messrs. j
J. Claude and Harry W. Dominick. The i
attorney general and his mother and
the assistant attorney general return- 1
ed to Columbia by automobile Mon,
Mr. Ivy Z. Abrams returned last
week from Columbia with the happy
assurance that his remaining eye j
was safe. Our readers remember that
Mr. Abrams lost an eye recently and '
was in danger of losing the other
! one. His n lends while sympathizing :
' with him in the loss of one eye will .
rejoice with him that the left eye? J
' or the eye left?has been saved.
YAR10US A>*D ALL ABOUT.
In his automobile Dr. Whaley, ofj
Columbia, was in the city Saturday j
l among others. Likewise Mr. Robert
Moorman, of Columbia.
According to Walter Melton, Harry
W. Domnick thinks water rises and
falls most remarkably rapid after
rains in streams between Newberry
| Parties autoing between Coulmbia!
. and Newberry since the late rains |
complain of bad roads and the absence
of rbidges at some of the waterways.
These things ought to be looked into.
Members of tlie railroad commission ,
returned yesterday, after making an
inspection Thursday of the Columbia
Newberry & Laurens railroad.?The
People drink too much ice water
in the opinion of a New York p'hysician.
And too little buttermilk in
our opinion.?Greenville Piedmont,
your opinion is correct, Piedmont.
There were seven or eight automohiles
in N^wberrv Sunday from the
low country on their way to the moun-j
tains. And a big car from Charleston
was in the city Saturday.
Mr. J. J. Darlington got Mr. A. C.
Sligh to go to Washington to cook for j
a big barbecue. Mr. Darlington says
Mr. Sligh is the finest barbecue chef
in the United State and that his fame
extends from Virginia to the coast.
There will be a social meeting at
Central Methodist church on Wednesday
evening at 8.30 o'clock. All the
young people of the church, Epworth
league members particularly, are requested
to be present.
If you are not able to take a
vacation trip to the mountains this
summer, use Stomp Springs as a
substitute.?Clinton Chronicle. Mr. j
Sam Duncan is trying to "demon-:
strate" what it is.
They are busy at the Summer gar- j
age. Since selling that Ford roadster
to Werts and Jbhnstone they last
week sold a Ford touring car to T. j
J. Weathers, of Laurens, and one to
J. Y. Bryson, at Ora, of Laurens county.
Saturday there was shown an open
cotton boll pulled by Mr. W. W.
Hornsby that morning. Mr. Raymond
Fellers, who told the reporter about
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the boll, says tne crop is very nne
and well fruited, and that Mr. Hornsby
will pick a bail there this week?
provided the weather is fair.
The second open boll cotton of the
season was handed to a representative
of The Herald and News early Monday
morning by a young man on his
way to town from Helena, who said
he got it out of a field cultivated at
Helena by a colored woman, "Aum
Martha" somebody; he didn't know
The protracted services at the
Prysiberterian church here closed last
Thursday night. The preaching was
done by Rev. T. C. Croker, of Newberry
county. Considerable inter*
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est was mannestea ana it is uelieved
that lasting good was accomplished.?Coronaca
Journal, 6th. This was intended for
Thursday's issue, but it is still good
A Card of Thanks. '
To the many friends of this city
who showed their deep sympathy and
so much loving kindness during the ,
death of Mrs. Jennie Mae Chappell j
Thompson, we the husband, father, |
mother, brother and sister, offer our
sincere thanks. ?
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'Mr. and Mrs. M. Q. Chappell,
Y. Frank Chappell,
Estelle Chappell. ^
NEGRO KILLED AT ( HAPPELLS.
All Seemed to be Drinking?No Motive
Appears From Testimony? j
Spearman in Jail.
Tack Crump was killed last week
by Bill Spearman. T^e K'liing tooK ,
place on Mr. Dominick's place near
Chappells. The inquest was held by
Magistrate W. R. Reid. Spearman was
arrestea on Saturday by Sheriff ;
Blease and is now i:i the county jail j
awaiting trial in the sessions court!
on the charge of murder. No facts !
in connection with the killing had i
been secured more than the testi- I
mony taken at the inquest, which is !
published in full.
Van Maranny being duly sworn says
I live with Mr. Lamar Dominick
in Xewberry county. I was at Lewis
Tribbles house, standing at end window
when I heard a gun fire. I saw
Dought Tribble and Tack lying on
the bed playing. They both went in
other room and while in there, I
heard Dought say shoot him. The
gun fired at once. I walked around
to corner of house and saw Tack
leaning against house only for a few
seconds. I saw Bill after gun fired
near the house with gun in his hands.
I did not see the shooting, nor could
I swear that Bill killed Tack.
I saw Tack and Dought stop and
curse each other with such words as
S of 1?b. I smelt whiskey and
their actions showed that all were
Van X Maranny,
Leo Brown being duly sworn says
I live with H. C. Dominick in
I was standing in door and heard
Dought tell Bill to shoot Tack. Bill
says you don't believe I'll shoot Tack.
At once the gun firei. I saw Bill
then come around tie nouse witn
gun, in his hand. Did not see Bill until
after gun fired. Bill gave me a
drink of whiskey about 12 o'clock.
Leo X Brown,
Fannie Spearman being duly sworn
says, I live with Mr. H. C. Dominick,
in Newberry county. I saw Tack
and Dought playing, but not fighting.
I am Tack's wife. They, Tack and
Dought went around in. other room
and Dought said shoot him Bill. I
saw Bill when he took gun around
in other room, with him. Did not
hear any cursing or fussing. Did
nqt see Tack shot, but was leaning
against house and blood flowing
from wound in neck. Saw Bill walking
around the house with gun in his
hand. Did not see any whiskey, but
saw sign of it. Shooting was it
Lewis Tribbles house.
Fannie X Spearman,
Rachel or Dought Tribble being
duly sworn says, I live with Mr. H. C.
Dominick, in Xewherry county.
I was coming from my mother's with
Bill about 3 o'clock and met Tack.
Bill and Tack began fussing. I came
on home and after getting in house
heard a pistol fire out toward road.
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house. Bill said to me that Tack
tried to kill me. Bill walked across
room and got gun from behind door
and walked in room where Tack was.
A tried to stop Bill but he right on
by. I then, pushed Tack out of back
door. Did not see any pistol. Shortly
I heard the gun fire. I walked to
back door and saw Tack leaning
against house with blood gushing from
his throat. Bill coming in front door
with gun in his hand.
Rachel X Tribble.
Anna Spearman being duly sworn
says, I live in Newberry county with
Mr. H. C. Dominick. I was at Lewis
Tribbles house when I heard a gun
fire. Did not see any one shot. Bill
SDearman was the oDly one I saw j
with '/mi. Did net see him shoot. I
saw Pill ccrue in room where I was
and get gun. My sister was in room
with me when the gun fired.
Q. Where was Tack?
He was out on ground when I saw
him. I saw the hole in Tack's neck,
where he was 3hot
Anna X Spearman,
The verdict of the jury is that
Tack Crump came to his death by a
gunshot wound in the hand of Bill
. W. P. Allen,
There will be a basket picnic dinner ,
in the Henry grove on Saturday, August
16th. Everybody invited.
/ Alan Reighley.
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There will be a first class picnic
at Dawkins ferry Saturday, August!
16th, every body is cordially invited .
to co.np and enjoy the day.
SPECIAL NOTICES.^ SB
One Cent a Word. No ad- 411
vertisement taken for lest V
than 25 cents.
FOR SALE?Old mess hall on college
campus. Buyer to remove ai quo*.
Apply Geo. B. Cromer, Esq.
GASOLINE ENGINES FOE SALE?
une ? n. r. in peneci running or- . h
der, running every day. A bargain. 9
One 15 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 mI
call on J. D. Quattlebaum, Prosperity,
S. C., Paone No. 12.
SECOND HAND ORGAN* for sale. J. yk
S. Daniel, Newberry, S. C. V
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FOR SALE.?One good Milk Cow Joe
Wilbur, R. F. D. No. 3.
BARBECUE.?I will give a first claa*
at my residence on Saturday,
August 16?and will sell meat and M
hash at 11.30 o'clock. Also I will
give a big barbecue at Parr Shoals,
September 1. J. M. Counts. A
8-12-2t. . H
FOR SALE.?My place at Blease cross
roads, 5 miles Northeast of Saluda a
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lor saie containing no acres auuui
115 acres in cultivation. A good fl
six room house and all necessary
tenant houses and out buildings.
will sell on terms to suit purchaser. [
H. G. Crouch, Saluda, S. C.
LOST?On Wednesday a key ring and
several keys. Finder will please
lea."e same at The Herald and News ,
office. E. D. Pearce.
I Will GIVE A FIRST CLASS barbe- V
cue at the residence of Col. D. A.
Ruff on Thursday, August 28. Ar- -
rangements will be made for the
young people to dance if they so
desire. David Ruff.
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BARBECUJS AT P03TARIA?There ?
will be a barbecue af Pomaria on * flH
September 5, for the benefit of the
Methodist church here. The cue will
be prepared by J. H. Kibles. A pleasant
day is promised. Public invit- 9j
EDUCATION RALLY q
At Young's Grove August 23?Superintendent
Swearingen to be
Present?Picnic and Barbecue.
There will be an Educational Rally
on Saturday, August 23rd, at Young's I
Grove, near Prosperity. Picnic and B
barbecue dinners will be served. Stat*
Superintendent of Education J. E.
cn-aoT.in(7Dii Viae aoopnfed an invita- fl
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tion to address the people and others
are expected. Everybody invited.
Prof. W. K. Ttate and Miss Parrott
of the tomato club have accepted invitations
to be present.
Death of An Old Lady. "
Mrs. Elijah Martin, of the Longshore
neighborhood, died at her home .
Friday afternoon at one o'clock, at
the age of 72 years, and was buried m
Saturday afternoon at three o'clock
at the Cleland burying ground, ser- * w
vice by the Rev. Mr. Bowen. Her M
death was rather sudden, as she was X
ill for only a day, due to feebleness.
She was a widow and is survived v H
by six sons and two faug^ers, as
follows: Messrs. Richard, Elijah,
George and Noah Martin, all of the
same neighborhood; Mrs. Magfle Grizard,
o! Atlanta, and Mrs. frfllfan
Walton, of Columbia.
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Ab Slfeh's Hash. ^
Washington, August 9.?Officers, di- ifl
rectors and employes of the federal
national bank of this city were the TM
guests of J. J. Darlington today at a
barbecue at his country home at Hern- "';
don, Va. V
One beef, three sheep, three hogs
and two goats were slaughtered and
roasted whole and from a gastronomic
standpoint, it was one. of the biggest |||
occasions the Virginia town ever saw.
Mr. Darlington is a director of the
bank and also its attorney and he in- fl
vited the officers and employes to
bring their friends and families with
"I have brought the finest barbecue w :
chef in the United States here from ' A
South Carolina," said Mr. Darlington. A
"His name is A. C. Sligh of Newberry
and his fame extends from Virginia.
to tne coast. x
Mr. Darlington is one of the most
popular of the South Carolina contingent
at the national captial and his V
guests today numbered many former
The fellow who begins to explain fl
his mistakes won't have much time
left to make any more.
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