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PROSPERITY SEWS. I Mr. S. S. Birge is
Old Soldiers' Reunion at Youner's Miss Mary Wheeler
Grove on insrnst 26?Personal Jacksonville, Fla.
Eluii jiti HentioiL Cadet J. Allen Lest(
ing two months here
Prosperity, Aug. 25.?Annual meet- . to the U. S. Military A
ing of the old soldeirs' reunion will Point.
be held at Young's Grove August 26. i Miss Annie Mae r
The speakers of the occasion will be Kibler's Bridge, spen
Lawyer J. B. Hunter, Superintendent j Miss Ellen Werts.
If- of Education G. D. Brown and Mr. C. j Mr. Tom Hair has i
| P. Barre. The speaking to begin at' to spend the wirter w
11 o'clock. Mr. Lois Dominick
p Miss Isoline Wvche has as her Taylor, of Route No. i
bouse guests Misses Jt&essie i-.ane, or j sunaay aiternoon ai t
ft Dillon, Martha Johnstone and Sadie i bride's parents, Mr. s
f Goggans, of Newberry. i Taylor. Mr. ^Dominicl
Miss Pet Dominick has returned to I ful farmer and cotton
Columbia, after a visit to her mother, ; perity.
Mrs. Alice Dominick. I T*"*7"
Mrs. J. L. May and children are I >*ETYBERRY S FI
visiting in Rockton. I
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Counts spent! ^ ^rk
Thursday at Slighs. Southern Cotton 0
' Misses Pancy Wallace, of Carroll- ^or T^elye <
ton, Ga., and Fanny Ccok, of'Atlanta,
have returned to their respective Newberry county s fi
? - *?tnn frnm the 1913 croi
Homes, alter spending a iorimgin ?
with Mrs. George Harmon. : by Mr. John A. Se:m, (
Dr. G. Y. Hunter spent the week-1 Saturday. The bale
end at Hendersonville. the ginnery of the S
| -Misses Willie Mae Wise, Cornelia Oil company, and was
, Capers and Ellen Werts, spent last company, the price pa
week in Pomaria, the guests of Mrs. cents per pound- Th
k J. E. Bedenbaugh. 14S2 pounds and grac
Miss Joe Kinard, of Ninety Six, vis- j dling. The Southern (
ited Miss Moseley last week. j pany is not in the cot*
1 Mr. J. M. Bedenbaugh and family, iness, having purchas
^ left Friday for Iva, their future home, j from Mr. senn Decau
\ Mrs. Hay Kohn has gone to Colum-; the first bale of the se
fcit to spend a month with her par- j A glance at the recc
ents. I the first bale of last
Miss Moss Fellers is visiting in | county was ginned at
Gren^'ood and Corcnaca. , nery on August 28th,
^ Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moseley and i - ??
^ Mr. L. A. Black have returned from j Attention, "V el
Hr the Northern markets. ( The veterans o! N<
Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Xabers have meet in their re
moved into the A R. P. parsonage in i ships Saturday, Aigus
Jf McNary street. township representatii
t Miss Elberta Sease visited Miss :t be t0 meet
Willie May Wise Friday, en route to 'chamber at Cherry
her home in Little Mountain, from temoer ' at 11 a- m''
Saluda, N. C. ision board for the yea
No. 1 will met in th
~ V, ^ TfAaV_or> /I I _ _ ^
iviis>s j-iciia ?* isc sjucut luic nccrv-cuu ber at N'ewDerrv a.C <
L at Little Mountain. Xo. 2 township at (
k Master George Wise is visiting in bouse at 3 p.
R^Columbia. >^-0 3 township at
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Counts have mov- at 3 p m.
Ved into the Moseley house in Elm ^0 4 at "Whitmire c
street. j xo. 5 at Jalapa at
Mr. Hal Kohn, of Columbia, spent No. 6 at Longshore .
V Sunday with Mr. W. J. Wise. Xo. 7 at Chappells a
P Mr. J. F. Browne has gone to Ashe- No. 8 at Utopia at
ville for several weeks' stay. xo. 9 at Prosperity
Ulil'MHI W^K llil JMiii
Visit Our Store and Look
Des on Display Sc
fe beg to announce that on Sat'
for the Fall and Winter season,
styles and colorings in wool
Id's best looms, tailored to your
:ed Tailoring and Hat Companj
United Tailoring and Hat Com
lys. The only house of its kii
n't charge extra for Norfolks,
ur goods come direct from the
1-tailored in our work shops at
Quality, Workmanship and Fit Gua
it Suit or Hat doesn't prove to you just as we
I your money. If you wear our clothes for w
lem or want them altered, we will mend or alt
I ORDER WE WILL PROVE TO YOU TH;
) ON EVERY SUIT OR OVERCOAT.
Free Hat! Free Ha
are going to give away free any hat in our stc
only, beginning Saturday, August 30th. We a
$2.00 UNITED HAT is equal to any $3.00 an
nited i ailoring
L. I. BLALOCK.,
B Caldwell St.
visiting in Co- No. 10 at Jolly Street at 3 p. m. i
Xo. 11 at Pomaria at 3 p. m.
left Monday Tor Please turn out, vetenms, and elect I
a representative from each town5r,
after spend- ship.
(, has returned w. G. Peterson,
cademy at West Chairman.
ledenhaugh, of 4 SMALL RIOT AMOXG XEGROES.
t Sunday with i
Calvary Baptist church, a colored
jone to Chicago j10use 0f WOrship, situated four mil<s
ith his sister. ^ north 0f the city was the scene of a
and Miss Allie gmajj riot on Thursday night of last
I, were married week> during a protracted meeting,'
he home Of the j Al, ? * _ ? ^ mnn* !
enuiug mat uigui m a uis n o^lcu mccimd
Mrs. R. M. . . ,, ,,
mg, as is so often t'ne case.
c is s. success,
r t> Those hungering and thirsting for
buyer, of Pros- , , ?
; glory and gore, as usua.:, were Yank
Baxter, Pies Caldwell, Thomas CaldRST
BALE well, Matthew Sligh and Carrie Caldwell?one
woman and four men.
Senn to The There is always a woman in it which
ill Company with pistols and whiskey, makes a
Cents. dangerous and combustible combination.
It seems, in this case, that
rst bale of cot- Pies Caldwell was working his farm
3 was marketed j while his wife was attending the I j
)f Newberry, on j meeting. He missed his dinner an! j
was ginned at i supper on account of his wife's ab-1
outhern Cotton j sence trom norne, ana ne went to tne
bought by that church in search of her. "Upon her
id being twelve refusal to return home with him to
e bale weighed prepare his meals, as he was hungry
[ed strict mid- and wanted something to eat, he took
Cotton Oil com- hold of her arm to make her go with
ton buying bus- i him. At this, 'his wife's brother,
;ed this 'bale j Yank Baxter, drew his pistol and
se of its being shot Caldwell in the chin. The fightlason.
ing then was on between all, several j
)rds shows that other pistol shots being fired. All j
eMsnn for the fhic nffnrrpil Inst, nntside the front i
the same gin- door of the church and it is said that
1912. leaders of the congregation took part
in the row.
Hearing of the disturbance, Deputy
*wberry coun y gjjerig William M. Dorroh, who, ow- j
spective town the illness of Sheriff Blease,
,t 1st, to e ec i charge 0f the office, went to the
res, whose duty | .. . . , . _ . , .,
scene that night and arrested the parin
the council I . ? . , . .
? ties- was accompanied by Magis- \
Mo,nday' "ep"'trate J. C. Sample and Mr. W C. Walto
elect a pen- . . .
drop, going m Magistrate Samples
r 1914. I ___ *ttt ?
car, ariven oy lur. vv. s. ivieuuu. xae
e council cham- , , , ,
parties were brought to town and
p' m* committed to jail by Magistrate Sambarman}
schoo ; All are charged with disturbing
religious meeting, and Baxter, Sligh
Mount Pleasant , and pies Caldwel] are also charged
'with assault and battery with intent
it 3 p. m. | ?0 km The parties are out on bail.
3 P- m- In addition to the shooting of Pies
at 3 p. m. Caldwell in the face, Thos. Caldwell
t 3 p. m. received a flesh wound in the leg and
3 P- Sligh was wounded in the wrist. None
at 3 p. m. seriously.
Over Our Fall Line Whi
iturday, Aug. 3
i (ii i ii r\
Lirday we will hold our up?
Our line embraces the ne
and worsted fabrics from t
individual measure. Let T
r tailor your clothes once, a
ipany wiU tailor your clot!
id in the United States tt
, Double Breasted, Fancy
mills, and all garments a
the prices of
(jJOC No More
ranteed or Money Refunded,
recommended it we will be only too gla<
eeks or months and you have an accid
er them free of charge, IF YOU G!VE
*T WF PAN SAVF VOX I FROfwT $500
~1 A V V 1 k/A a f M w w ..w.. j"-- - .t!!
>re with every suit or overcoat order for
Lre doing this to prove to you that the vs
d $3.50 hat en the market.
; and Hat C<
Newberry, S. i
I have a new shi
ment of Fall Statio
ery in the new shac
in Box Paper ar
Cards, with gold <
n i n t
rouna raper iro
15c to 35c lb,
"Better Goods at Same M
The HOUSE of 1,000 Tffl]
Herald and News $1.51
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one $?v-j \;:V.-p>.;;: ;.\:| f
| Mothers! Hare Tour Children
_ I! Worms?'
1 ! Are they feverish, restless, nervous,
C Y | irritable, dizzy, or constipated? Do
m JL j they continually pick their nose or.
| grind their teeth? Have they cramp'
ing pains, irregular and ravenous api
| petite? These are all signs of worms.
| Worms not only cause your child ' ,
j suffering, but stunt its mind and
! growth. Give "Kickapoo Worm Killer"
at once. It kills and removes the
P worms, improves your child's appetite,
regulates stomach, liver and
i bowels. The symptoms disappear and
' " ' ? J V lt-V. TT
I your cnna is maae nappy auu ucaxLiijn
as nature intended. All druggists, or
by mail, 25c.
j KICKAPOO INDIAN" MEDICINE CO.,
J0 Philadelphia, Pa. St Louis, Mo.
: e ! Lessons
Fall Term Begins on I
Sept 1st. For terms
I" Miss Mazie Dominick,
Guaranteed Eczema Bemedy.
The constant itching, turning, red/ness,
rash and disagreeable effects of
eczema, tetter, salt rheum, itch, piles
and irritating skin eruptions can be
r jy -readily cured and the skin made clear
ioney. J j and smooth with Dr. Hobson's Ecze
ma Ointment. Mr. j u. JJJveiaa,
oi Bath, 111., says! UI had eczema
v .? twenty-five years and had tried everyiK
r,. thing. All failed. ^Wfren I found Dr.
Hobson's Eczema Ointment I found
a cure." This ointment is the formula
of a physician and has been ta
use for years?not an experiment.
?? That is why we can guarantee It All
druggists, or by mall. Price 60c.
3Yoar PfeifTer Chemical Co., PMladelpbi*
I Cat and St Louis. jj