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PURELY PERSONAL. I]
The Movements of Many People, >'ewberrians,
and Those Who Tisit
Major J. F. J. Caldwell has returned
from the mountain resorts.
Mr. James McWhirter, of Jonesville,
? 1 - Try 1 O TkO
Yisiling relatives ac jaia^a. ,
Mrs. H. C. Moseley has returned
from Savannah to Clinton.
Mrs. Jessie Fitzgerald, of Mt. Pleasant,
is visiting Mrs. W. E. Ruff.
Mrs. Colin M. Cook has returned
from a long stay in Spartanburg.
Dr. W. G. Mayes has returned from
Miss Sudie Dennis has gone to
China! Grove, X. C., to teach school.
Mr. Silas J. Klettner made last
week a visit to Salisbury, X. C.
Miss Gertrude Wicker is enjoying
a visit to friends in Sumter.?Columbia
Mr. L. S. Johnson and^ family of
Largo, Fla., are visiting Mrs. Johnson's
sister, Mrs. R. L. Tarrant.
Mrs. Charles Strom and little son,
of Plum Branch, are visiting relatives
in the city.
Mr. B. B. Leitzsey, of Charleston, is
spending a vacation at his home in
Mr. E. Cavanaugh has returned
from a visit of several weeks out of
the city?Wilmington Star, 2nd.
Mrs. G. G. Sale and children have
returned from visiting her sister, Mrs.
S. H. McLean, in Columbia.
'Msis Sara and Carolyn Caldwell
are expected home this week from
David Caldwell left Thursday for
Dranerhan's Business college in Co- i
Mr. W. L. Ruff has returned from
Newberry.?Winnsboro News and
Miss Alice Jones, of Ridgeway, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. H. Wal- 1
1 Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Calhoun, of
Barnwell, are visiting Mr. C. F. Lathan
in Boundary street. J
Mr. C. Burr Martin has returned ^
from a pleasure trip to Richmond and
other places on the map.
Misses Pearl and Ellen Lake went .
last week to Ciiappells, visiting Miss (
Mattie Senn. j
Miss Belle Miller is visiting rela- t
tives in Newberry.?Batesburg
^ Herald, 28th. j
Joseph H. Riser, of Leesville, was i
in Columbia yesterday.?The State, 3
Miss Annie Zobel, , after visiting !
Miss Ameiia Klettner, Saturday re- 1 (
turned to her home in Charleston. t
Miss Eula McWhirter last week t
visited her aunt, Mrs. Capers Mor- j 1
ris, below Prosperity.
Miss Annie L. Suber, of near | Strother,
has returned home after a:1
visit to Miss Florrie Lominick. J*
Mrs. G. W. Harrison and baby re-.'
turned from visit to relatives at
Ninety Six last week.
0. B. Simpson, M. D., of Prosperity,; j
was in Columbia yesterday.?The j.
Miss Mary Frances Wiiliford has ' ^
returned from Prosperity.?Winnsboro
News and Herald, 4th.
Miss Irene Curlee is at home from ]
Prosperity where she went on leav'
ing the hospital in Columbia.?Winnsboro
News and Herald, 4th. |.
Miss Toy Lathan has returned to !:
Little,Mountain after spening severalj i
days wtih her brother, Mr. C. F. La- j
Mrs. J. G. Lowe returned Friday to (
her home in Spartanburg after spend
ing a week here with her parents, Mr.
and Mfs. J. C. Dominick.
Misses Lucile and Elizabeth Epting, 1
of Savannah, are visiting this week
with Dr. and Mrs. T. H. Wedaman, i
at Pomaria. j
Dr. E; Pendleton Jones has return- J
ed home and will occupy his pulpit ]
Sunday morning and night at the "
Rev. E. D. Kerr having returned *
from his vacation trip will hold ser- 1
vice Sunday morning in Aveleigh 't
Alan Johnstone, member of the
State senate from Xewberry, was
among the visitors in Columbia Tuesday
on business.?The State, 4th.
Miss Harriet Cross, of Xewberry, is
the guest of her friend, Miss Mary
Seldon, for a few weeks.?Charleston 1
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Kleckley and '
family are visiting relatives in Newberry.?Leesville
Herald, 28th. ^
Miss Mary E. Langford, of New- 1
berry, is visiting her mother, Mrs. !
Tas. H. Riser.?Leesville department
Batesburg Herald, 28th.
Miss Maggie Glasgow, of Newberry, i
spent the week with Mrs. Crissie McWhirter.?Jonesville
Mrs. C. M. Cook, who has been visiting
in Skyland, will return to the j
city today.?(Spartanburg Journal, j
Miss Ethel Boozer, of Newberry!
county, is visiting her brother, Guy
Boozer.?Pine Bluff cor. Laurens Advertiser,
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Carlson have returned
from a trip to Ward, Johnston
and Trenton. Mr. Carlson says the
/->rr>nc ovoriiwhpro s?ro fnp
Mrs. A. E. Floyd was with friends ;
in Newberry for several days last j
week.?Lowndesville cor. Abbeville
Press and Banner, 3rd.
'Mr. Wm. F. "Wright, Jr., is in the;
city from Union on his way home in :
Laurens county to prepare for his
return to Clemson college as a cadet.
Misses Glennie and Josephine and
Masters Matthew and Curtis Melton,
of Clinton, are visiting relatives in
Mrs. W. A. Kinard, of Sumter, is in I
Columbia, visiting her niece, Mrs. R.
B. Wallace, at 1403 Hampton street.?
The State, 3rd.
Mrs. James Workman and Miss
Sara Watkins, of Newberry, were
guests at the home of Mr. A. P.
Lott recently.?Johnston cor. Edgefield
Dr. K. C. Kibler, "one of the boys
who wore the gray," of Prosperity, is
up on a visit to his old comrade, and
life-long friend, Mr. Jno. R. Finley.?
Madden cor. Laurens Advertiser, 3rd.
Mrs. W. D. Avinger left Wednesday
for her home at Codesville, after an
extended visit in Newberry to her sisn
J -i.i ?
tcx, oils. u. r<ur ruer auu umer/ relatives.
Misses Sarah and Caroline Caldwell,
of Newberry, and Miss Mary
Gayle of Columbia are the house?uest8
of Miss Eunice Smith this
week.?Honea Path Chronicle, 3rd.
iMiss Lula Mayer, of Newberry, has
accepted a posftion in the dressmaking
department of the R. A. Chandler
sor. Sumter Watchman and Southron.
S. H. McLean, district passenger
igent, Southern railway, who was operated
on Friday night at the Coumbia
hospital, was Improving yes;erday.?The
F. R. Fellers, J. P. Neel, W. W.
Sornsby and P. W. Fant, of Newberry,
vere among the visitors in Columbia
-esterday, stopping at the Jerome.?
rhe State, 2nd.
Miss Agnes Houseal, of Cedartown,
2a., and Miss Sarah Houseal, of Newjerry,
are visiting in the home of
;heir uncle, W. P. Houseal. at 1717
Hampton street.?Tne State, 2nd.
Dr. J. Henry Harms, president of
dewberry college, spent a short
>vhile in the city yesterday with Rev.
F. D. Kihard.?Greenwood Journal,
Mrs. J. B. Walton returned last
rirppk from Washington, and her
patrons will find her at home ready
:o attend to their needs and wants
n the dressmaking line.
Miss Ethel Russell and Mr. W. H.
Rikard, of Newberry, were among the
Dut-of-town guest attending the W.
D. W. picnic.?Elioree cor. Orangeburg
Times and Democrat, 4th.
M. D. Fulmer, of Newberry, passed
through Columbia yesterday on his
way home from Savannah. Mr. Fulmer
is a teacher of mathemtics in
the Charleston high schools.?The
Mrs. Claude Jbi. wnnams ana cnniren
have come from Newport News,
Va., to make their home here with
Mr. Williams, mention of whose arrival
in Newberry was made at the
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. MdFall, of Bennettsville,
have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Heath. Mr. McFall returned
home Sunday but Mrs. McFall will
remain with her sister a week longer.
?Aueusta Chronicle. 2nd.
Mr. B. T. Young, of Prosperity, was
sleeted a member of the executive
committee of the State Rural Letter
Carriers' association at Orangeburg
Tuesday. Mr. H. X. Crosson, of Leesville,
was the retired member.
Mr. S. M. Duncan went to Clemson
Tuesday to attend a three-days' session
of the State farm demonstrationagents.
Mr. Duncan has demonstrated
that he is a demonstrator and understands
TW T> XIT ClAor. V, ynt, irno/1 from I
-LSJ> JL. *T . k-'iUCl ~.L X ^IU11XV/U Xi Win
his trip to England and will today arrive
in Greenville from Newberry,
where he has.been for a few days
with Mrs. Sloan, who is visiting her
Drother, Mr. Foster Martin.?Greenville
Miss Annie Green leaves Friday for
Union to attend the wedding of her
schoolmate, Miss Louise Browning,
on the 10th. She will be accompanied
by Miss Maud Simpson, of Westminister,
who is visiting her and will
also attend the wedding.
Miss Lizzie Salter accompanied her
uncle, the Rev. C. W. Salter to his
home at St. Stephens upon his return
from a visit to Newberry. She spent
a week with her uncle's family and
has returned home, after stopping
over a short while in Columbia.
Mrs. Andrew J. Langford and children,
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Goggans
and children, and Mr. Carey Johnson
and family went to the "cut off" Tuesday
and enjoyed a fish fry. They
caught plenty of fish and a turtle,
onr? had crnnri timp
U11U vw QW vv.
Mr. Thos. E. Wicker, of Newberry,
responded in behalf of the visiting
carriers, and in a w.tty speech created
a good impression.?Orangeburg
cor. News and Courier, reporting
proceedings State convention Letter
Mr. Will Reid, of Chappells, was in
the city Thursday. He gives a glowing
account of the benefit to the growing
crops from the fine rain of Wedmesday
night. Just what was needed
and the young crops had the best
thing to happen to them in that rain.
Crops are better than they have been
in ten years.
Rev. D. P. Boyd gives the information
that Mr. A. T. Farror died at
Cross Anchor Thursday morning at 4
o'clock, at the age of 82 years. He
was the father of Mrs. C. T. Boyd, of
Spartanburg. He was a member of
Co. D, 3rd regiment, Kershaw's brigade,
in same company with Mr. Os
WpIIs. and later was a member of
Capt. Tom P. Paysiiiger's scouts in
the war. n
Among thole from Newberry town
and county going on the excursion to
Johnson City Wednesday were the following:
Mrs* Hayne H. Abrams, Miss
Eunice Abrams, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Burton, Miss Jennie Bell Burton,
Miss Eula Darby, Geo. Y. Diekert?
Miss Anna Dfckert, Miss Bllen Dickert,
McK. Hufcrfrrason, Capt. M. M;
Buford, J. J. Roach, E. F. Williams,
I. A. McDowell', J. W. Sanders, J. S.
Crouch, I. T. TTnrmerman, P. A.
Howard, E. A. Howard, A. L. Jones,
YABIOUS AJTD ALL ABOUT.
Poor Harry Thaw, on his way back
to the asylum.
Amity lodge, No. 8Tr A. F. M., will
meet Friday night at 7'30 o'clock to
confer the E. A. degree.
A pretty good crowd from Newberry
took the excursion to Johnson City
Rev. Dr. A. J. Bcwers will preach
at the church of the Redeemer Sunday
It is time for something to be done
about building permanent roads ?
Laurens Advertiser. It Is.
tA real enjoyment is in maKing
others happy. You give other people
pleasure and you will receive pleasure
in the act. j
If you do unto others as you would
they should do unto you, you will
find that it adds to your peace and
The Galfney Ledger is in the limelight
this week. It is discussing the
removal of the old lime warehouse
m tne city.
The sooner work is begun to get
rid of the cattle tick, the sooner will
the federal quarantine lime be removed
The Helena school, with Miss Corrie
Leila Havird as teacher, will Qpen
September 15th. All pupils are urged
to be present on opening day.
ADout ntty oaies or new couon were
sold in Xewberrv Thursday. Cotton
is bringing twelve cents at this market.
H. C. Summers, Jr., a brother-inlaw
of Gov. Blease, has been elected
to the house .from Anderson, county.
?Greenwood Journal, 3rd.
Pov Tlr A .T_ P.nwprs will rcrennh
in the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer
next Sunday morning at 11
Another man came into The Herald
and News office to see about that
life-time subscription proposition.
Now what do you think of that?
Greenville county was visited yesterday
afternoon by a heavy shower
of rain?Greenville News, 30th.
Newberry was similarly visited the
Consumers of buttermilk swallow
the article with perfectly straight
face; nay, they go further, and smack
their lips. Long life to them. Buttermilk
will do it.?Charleston Post.
When Greek meets Greek in Ander-1
son they either form a fruit stand i
Ik '.ership or start up a candy store.
?Anderson Mail. They have done j
that in Laurens and Newberry.
It is quite sure that the "fixed up"
fence back of the Xewberrv hotel
yard looks a great deal better than
the old fence looked before it was
"If you own a dog don't neglect removing
his muzzle so he might get
water, as a dog has to have water to
live on." That's the best thing the
Anderson Intelligencer has said in a
The addresses of welcome were
very fittingly responded to by T. E.
Wicker of Newberry, and S. A. Burch
oi morence.?uommoia Kecorci s account
of Orangeburg State convention
mail carriers, 2nd.
"Buttermilk is a beverage which
deserves every encouragement, especially
as a hot-weather drink.?London
Mail. There is at least one man
in Xewberrv doins all he can to en
If there was an organized association
of bill collectors in Newberry
splendid material for officers could
be found along Main street. The bill
collector association would sound all
Human nature is so "blamed"
| strange. Some men take it as a personal
insult when their names are
i cut off the subscription list. It is
! strange that sortie people can't understand
A very sad accident occurred a few
days ago at a base ball game at
Blair's when Mr. Willie Willingham,
in trying to catch the ball, fell in a
ditch and broke his leg.?Winnsboro
News and Herald, 28th.
Probate Judge Claude C. Schum
jjci i scui auuic uiiiiaui tu i,uc
hospital for the insane Wednesday.
. Gilliam is a young negro from near
Blairs. He was taken to Columbia
by Deputy Sheriff Wm. M. Do'-roh.
The price of buttermilk ousht to
soar?with the illustrioug example of
such teetotalers as T. R., W. J. B. and
der kaiser.?Anderson Mail.?iSome
people along South Caldwell street
haVe caught on to the movement of
| a buttermilk advocate.
This paper Is tired of noticing alleged
blind tiger cases to which it
tarns out there fs nothing. The last
one mentioned petered out, or seems
to be petering crat, and that is the
reason nothing is here said of one
The vacancy in the office of county
i superintendent of education In Calhcun
was filled by tjte election of
Fletcher G. Crout, a graduate of
Newberry college and a teacher of
several years' successful experience.
.1 nc oiaic,
"We have the finest crop in the
world along our line. I have never
seen better. I believe that the crop
J will almost equal the bumper crop of
11911,'"' said John F. Livingston, vice
'president and general manager of the
! Columbia, Newberry & Laurens railroad.?The
He who does not care more for his
j work than for ease will never amount
| to much. A man must be in love
! with Ms work to succeed, and love
I implies toil, self-sacrifice and selfdenial.?Orangeburg
Times and Democrat.
Truer words were never
"Wicker & Stone have changed their
location from one side to the other
in the Crotwell hotel building and
the side vacated by them has been
converted into a branch 10 cent store
| and warehouse by G. L. Robinson the
j well known Newberry 10 cent' store
J There are "just stacks" of copy in
fVii<? issue intended fo~ last, but which
' owing to unforeseen circumstances,'
had to be omitted then. This is mentioned
to excuse the staleness of
! several items, some of which are beti
ter late than never, and some of
which we don't like to lose even if
they are old.
i t-v-i-u V TD n TT
i a. oa.uua.ui sunuui anu x. x.
conference for all the A. R. P.
j Churches of this county will be held
j at Cannon's Creek Mission church, between
Newberry and Prosperity, next
[Saturday, beginning at 10 a. m., and
! continuing through the day. An interesting
program has been pre,
| To show how it pays to advertise
I it has only to be here mentioned that
i a vnnno- lnrH* Inst a bracelet. Not
U. J ?
finding it she concluded to advertise
, for it. Xo sooner had she sent in
the advertisement than the bracelet
j was recovered, even before the notice
appeared in the paper. You see
by this how it pays.
The bill collectors would not give
a fellow time to pick his breakfastout
of his teeth Monday, they got on
him so fast and were so insistent that
lit mode him wish the jail doors would
fly open to receive him.?Manning
I Times. They don't do so here. In j
Newberry the president of the bill
collectors' association instructs the
members to be polite.
"One swallow does not make a
summer," neither does a lot of empty
flasks make a bling tiger den. Be-1
cause a new,man goes into a business i
place vacated by a man who kept his ;
liquor there, is no evidence that the
! new man is selling whiskey especially
since the place was used promiscuously
by transient drinkers dodging
in from the public streets; which
largely accounts for tne empty
It was mentioned in Tuesday's paper
that the Calvin Croizer chapter
would mark the spot where Crozier
was shot and killed by the colored
j company of federal soldiers, the
marker to be erected and dedicated
I with suitable exercises on the 8th of
September. These exercises have
been postponed to a later date owing
to the present cultivation of the field
surrounding the spot. The correct
date for these exercises will be menj
tioned in time. However, the marker
, is being made.
The Rev. J. \V. Carson, who attended
the International Sunday
school convention in Zurich, Switzerland,
in July, made a talk by request
i at the union services at Central Methodist
church Sunday night to a large
congregation. His talk was full of interest.
In the course of his remarks,
he said that in their methods and
numbers the Sunday schools of the
.United States are far ahead of those
in any other nation, and this fact was
frequently commented on at the great
j The Herald and Nws was not represented
at Parr Shoals Monday, on
the occasion of the celebration
! labor day, but from what others 3ay
it was a success in every particular.
There was an immense crowd on
band, people from every direction.
I There was a vast supply o# cococola
on the grounds, more than was ever
jl>efore -seen at any one time at a
gathering. One speaker was enthusiastic
in lria ipraises of 5G\. Henry L.
Parr as tiie one leading snirit and
guiding hand in the development of
the place, the one man who made it
possible to execute the* gigantic
WlhetheF time hangs heavily on
jour hands or not, or urttefcher you
! are in a good or a bad humor, no
! matter what the condition or the circumstances,
read the ad of Caldwell
' and Haltiwanger. It will Qafiike .you
| feel better, make you realizes that life
is worth living and that maarriage is
jnot a failure. While your mind is
"digesting" the things mentioned and
^you are making mp your miati what
to get, let us tell you how the clerks
jare arranged. Miss Frank Paysinger
jls with Caldwell & Haltiwanger in
Newberry, Miss Annie Pfcysinger is
with them in Columbia. Miss Grady
| Wicker is with the Columbia house;
Miss Gertrude Wicker is with the
Newberry branch. Misses Dessie
Shackleford and Eloise Earhardt are
with them in Newberry; Mrs. Mary
i L. Brown, Miss Sena Riser and
j Messrs. Joe T. Hutchinson and Hol.
lie Beale in Columbia^.
DRS. KIBLER A>D HOUSEAL.
I Attend Pellagra Conference ia Spartanburg?Dr.
Specialist Present?Large Attendance
Dr. J. M. Kibler and Dr. W. G.'Houseal
attended the pellagra conference
'in Spartanburg this week. Dr. Kib
ler returned Thursday, ur. Jtiouseai
went across country in his automobile.
Dr. KLbler is enthusiastic on the
success of the conference and the
i good that will result. Dr. Sambon,
the English specialist who was there,
is a great man. Dr. Sambon is an
; advocate of the theory that the disI
ease is caused from an insect or fly,
: but all admit that as yet no one
knows definitely the cause of the
Dr. Kibler says there are eighteen
. hundred cases in Spartanburg counj
ty of pellagra. The government is
| arranging to spend $300,000 on a pel:
lagra hospital in Spartanburg. This
city is so located that a hospital here
will be central for North Carolina,
I Tennessee and Georgia as well as
j South Carolina. And then the disI
mr.* +/-? Vto mr.rp nrPVS 1 Pflt in
j CCl 5C OC/U 1A10 tV MV/ i** v * v ^ ? ? ? ?
j that section.
j Dr. Kibler says there were between
! 200 and 300 physicians present at the
| conference, and he believes it will
i result in great good especially in
j the treatment of the disease.
Through the courtesy of the C. X.
& L. railroad company to accommo1
rintp thn^p T\-hn will attend the New
! berry Lutheran conference at Ml '
! Tabor, near Little Mountain, trains i
Xo. 55 forenoon and 54 afternoon will
stop in front of the church on Friday '
and Saturday, September 5th and
E. W. Leslie,
SPECIAL NOTICES.* J
One Cent a Word. No
vertisement taken for lestv
than 25 cents.
GASOLINE ENGINES FOE SALE?
One 8 H. P. in perfect running or- ^
der, running every day. A bargain, v
One 15 H. P. good as new. Can ^fj!
be bought iJr less than 1-2 price.k A
One Ideal Duplex Feed Mill, will \
burn kerosene oil. Very cheap.
Good reasons for selling the above.
If you are interested write to or m
call on J. D. Quattlebaum, Prosper- M
ity. S. C., Phone No. 12.
SECOND HAXD OKGAX for sale. J.M
S. Daniel, Newberry, S. C.
| 7-29-tf. M
iFOIt SALE.?Old J. J. Gallman borne"?
place, 5 miles east of Newberry. ^
150 acres, more or less. Good dwelling
and necessary outbuildings, and V
tenant houses. F. A., and L. J. GallmarC
Prosperity, R. F. D. 3, N. G.
Gallman, Augusta, Ga.
j THE Newberry Business School is
thorough, progressive, and reliable.
If you are interested in taking a m
business course this fall, visit the m
school and be convinced. "Why go 'w
from home when you can get the V
same instructions at a considerable S
less cost right at home. We will ^
aid all students completing the
course in this sc&ool in securing lu- m
crative positions. Mrs. H. 0. Ray.
MISS BESS KIBLER?Teacher of
Piano and Theory of Music. Graduate
in A. 6. and Music of Ran- A
dolph-Macon Woman's College. 1605
NEW GOODS nrrfrfn<r rTaiTv Atv
? ?? VI v ^ ?
derson Dry Goods Co. V
Pure Bancroft See* 0mts?Rafced and ^
for sale by E. It EVsns.
AUTOMOBILE TRA?f$Fl*~Fbr au- I
mofoile service see B. I. Hodge or
phone 291-3 or 320. All orders
promptly filled. 8-28-4'i ?
FRESH Fish and Oysters makes its
first appearance for this season at
the CasJh Grocery Store of B. M.
Lane & Co., who lead in good
things to eat. fl
500 YARDS Table Oil Cloth, white
and colors, 11c. yard at Anderson
Dry Goods Co. S-5-2t^ m
WANTED?several hogs weighing
about 100 to 125" pounds. See ns be- V
fore you sell" any kind of cattle or
hogs. The Cash Grocery, E. M. Lane
& Co. Phone 110 or 212.
BUT TOUR CIGABlS from Anne O.
Ruff & Co., the wholesale cigar
store. Always fresh goods on
j hand. Phone 84. Also headquar- fi
lers on nue ouuiunery* etc.
LOT OF CHOICE flower bulbs, at
Maves' Book and Variety store.
I BIG LINE of Children's Dresses Just
received at Anderson Dry Goods
FOR RENT, cheap?One Caldwell J
-street cottage and one College 'm
street cottage. Apply to McK. Hutchinson.
LOST OR STRAYED?About Sunday
a brown dog, with short bushy
tail, named "Wallace," long cnain M
on neck. J. B. Senn.
JUST RECEIVED?Car new rice 1
meal. Get our prices. Summer *v|
40 PIECES of new cuitain ?36"Ss, w
6 l-4c. to 25c. yard at AsUerson
| Dry Goods Co. 8-5-2t
FOR SALE?Fresh meal and hulls by
Farmers Oil Mill.
FOR YOUR fall Shoes see Anderson ^
Dry Goods Co. 8-5-2t.
Let Annie 0. Ruff & Co. do your M
Laundry work. We can please you. ill
| Phone 84?Adv. 8-29-tf. -^JP|
I Do not forget that feature picture
j at The Theato, Old Court House, Fri- A
I day, September 5. It is a great western.
"Deadwood Dick" is the name. ,,j:
Death of a Little Boy.
Vernon, the 7-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Bennie Mabrv, of Bachman 4
chapel community, died late Wednes- JB
day afternoon of congestive chill, and ^
was buried at Bachman chapel Thurs- *
day afternoon at 4.30 o'clock. Service
by the Rev. Y. von A. Riser.
You seldom see a dectective in real
life with a miscroscope.