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B THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY. ?
Boys and Girls On to College?New I %
Chief of Police?Personal and <<
Otherwise. I Js
Prosperity, Sept. 8.?Mr. Cyral j |
k Wye) ' of Dallas, Texas, is visiting nis j I SjjjjSff f
uncle, Dr. C. 1\ Wyche. I |j Sfrr !
j|L Misses Lena Wise and Annie Fel- I ijjSS r
Hp yf lers leave Tuesday for Chicora col- B ;
if Mrs. C. S. Schumpert and Mi$s Y. j I BffiFF?
^ Genia Harmon spent the week-end in |
L Columbia. I I
( Mr. Kenneth Baker and little daugh-;
H ter, Mary, have returned to Green- I
wood after a visit to Mrs. E. W. Werts. j I
Miss Frances Bogguss is visiting in : I
Mr. Wm. Seel, of Columbia, spent j
B Sunday with Mrs. A. G. Wise. j ,
V Mr. S. J. Kohn has returned from j
jW Charleston. ! ;
Mr. W. E. Moseley spent Friday
t'x " in Columbia. /;
W Mrs. John Turner and children '
spent Friday in Little Mountain. i ' i'&i
Mrs. J. A. Sfcnpson has returned ?
from a visit 'to her son, Dr. P. D.: J
S Simpson, of Cowpens.
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Misspr T,pna and Marv Lizzie Wise
ft visited Miss Helen Lathan, of Littlej
Mountain, last week. j
^ ~ Mr. Brice Haynes and Miss Alma W|i
- ftp Haynes, of Spartanburg, are the J & \
guests of their sister, Mrs. S. C. Mor- fcV * ^
fskk'S ' fayi*? *
m Miss Isoline Wyche spent the week- '$$$]). \
end in Columbia.
Mr. Young Baker, of Columbia,
W spent the week-end with his parents, j
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Baker. j
m Mrs. Dodd, of Andersen, reached. I
fet here todav to spend the winter with
1 f.O; ^ i,'
her-son, Rev. C. H. Xabors. j
P Miss Mary Warren, of Salisburg,'
Md., arrived (here Saturday, and will; ^
have charge of Black's millinery department
again this season.
Misses Mae and Lilly Witherspoon
mm leave this week for Due West to
V spend the winter with Mrs. Pat KenBv
nedy. "*" ^
j Mr. L. C. Merchant has been electI
ed chief of police to succeed Mr. J.
L C.Duncan. j
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Kohn have re- "j"
I turned from a short visit to Columbia.
Mr. G. D. Brown returned Saturday _____
gift from Glenn Springs.
Mr. A. B. Wise will attend the SeyBpT
mour-Perry wedding in Greenwood
^ Mrs. L. T. Brown, of Spencer, X. C., V
is the guest of -her sister, Mrs. E. 0.
r Miss Alda Ray Wheeler had as her M
F house guests last week, Misses Fran- j ?
ces Thompson and Helen Nichols, of
B Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hartman and lit- j
tie son, spent Friday in Little Moun- j.
^ UNCLE OF CHARLIE ROSS
DOUBTS >~EW STORY
^ He Does not Think Cleveland Sailor
- is The Missing Charlie. tG
Xew York, Sept. 6.?James M.;
Ross of Xo. 92 Mount Carmel Way, |
Ocean Grove, N. J., uncle of the' Mi
missing Cftarlie Ross, placed no cred-! El
g' ence in the statement of Charles j Dl
Brewster Ross, a sailor, of Cleveland; J.
' * 0., that he is the Charlie Ross kid- R(
napped from his home in German- Li
town, Pa., in July, 1874. Li
"I do not believe tms man can oe i
Charlie," said Mr. Ross yesterday.: M;
. "The proper thing for him to do is ! ^
L to go to German town to thechil- j
dren of Christian K. Ross, my moth- Fr
er and father of Charlie and be iden- W
tified. There was a striking family;
resemblance between all of the chil- \ Fr
I dreD' H,
"I.think Walter L. Ross who was: f1
taken with Charlie, and is now a j J n
broker at Xo. 112 South Fourth j
< t ? _ u 1? '
street, .Ffiiiaaeipnia wuuiu uc j
mail for him to see, as Walter would j r'
rememtber Charlie in a minute." j
$ }!r Kinara to Conference. ^
Greenwood Journal, 4th. j ^
Rev. James D. Kinard leaves today ^~?
for a short visit to Laurens and Clinton,
where at the latter place he will f1/
preach tonight in the Methodist iz1
l church. He will also attend the New- j ^
^ berry conference which convenes Fri- j ?
B day morning at 10 o'clock, where he i
makes an address on the subject of; *
ft "Pastoral Visitation." He will be!
back home for his regular appointments
Sunday morning and evening. I
Mr. Jnc. W. Taylor and Miss Cleo V. I
wA Banks were married on Sunday, the ;
A Dr* nip nO^CATIOffC ^
W Oi u ill O L CllI L, a I LUC Ol. J. a U A O ^ai I >
the ceremony being performed hv Rev. | B
Y. von A. Riser.
This popular yung couple have j
A the congratulations and best wishes
of hosts of friends. X
"I'm sorry you've got to leave Eden
and go to work, simply because I j
1 * gave yon the rest of the apple," said
the contrite Ere.
"Never mind," answered Adam.
"The ultimate consumer always gets
the worst of it."
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Get busy. A little hard v
Look over the list below and see how
d and published every Tuesday until th
f WW J WMI*
ildred Wilson 8,000 G
bridge Hubbard 46,000 ^
mean Sligh Farrow :6,20c H
E. Eison, Jr. 1,300 E
)berta Mann 900 h
llie Taylor 500 ja
llie Killian 1,400 H
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:tnur j^yser M
azie Dominick 400 0]
. R. Reid 600 j0
snry D. D:rrch 500 ped
Jones 1,400 x
ithannial Priessley 5,900 w
>land Hutchison 7.200
ank Bowers ' 3,200
urray Mcintosh 1,500 T;
srman Calvert 1,700
o. D. Bovlston 1,800 7),
th Boozer 500
T. Garrett 1,300 5?
ither Boozer 200 \\
L. Creed 300 \\
W. Mills ico t*
iroline Williams 1,206 \\
. S. Spearman Jr. 200 \\
irrie Russell 200 t
=o. Sanders 300 q
ayne Boozer 100 gi
liie Stockman 100 j_
>rd Mangnm * 200 jc
lessa Wilson 100
Idie Spurlock 200 q
C. Thompson 100 G
E. Pendleton Jones, J. Y. McFall
Come to us for
Trunks, Suit Cases,
When West-Martin Sa>
OO Votes in Pony Contest wit
chase or Pi
railored Garments j
(tion <toe . I!
United $2 Hat
No Less, in A!1 Styles,
charges for extra sizes,
easteels or Norfolks made
idividual measure in our
1 Tailoring &
L. I. 31alock, Mgr.
posite Newberry Hotel
merstiip inZl days
iroirk will get him.
you stand. The votes will be coune
end of the contest.
rady Berry 200
rc5ord Lever 100
oyt Nobles 100
ugene Mize / 100
arry Kleckley xoo
,mes Mills King " 100
attie Davenport 100
amie Cline 1,800
la Bell 100
fhn Robert Suber 200
urman Kyser 100
annje Suber 100
rilson Moore * 100
, H. Shannon 2,300
obt. Killian 200
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UUlJ.lia V V iAvJVli ?vv
rillie .Koon * 100 L
avid vS. Hairis 100
^aufort Long 400
>rah Duncan 100
\ J. Rinehart " 200
r. B. Kibler 100 m
Dn Wyatt 100 CI
forth Spearman 100 ^
. J. Oxne* ioo
. B. Bedenbaugh > ioo al
idie Crump i,8oo m
W. Uarnadore ioo
>bn Choppell 2,900
Lesley Crapps 900'
tis Whitaker * i,5oo
uy Wilson 100
, H. T. Cannon, Committee. ('N
Flooi Coverings N
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its Oak, its Oak. N
h every $1.00 Cash Pur.
RTIN CO. :
'land of Flov
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PREMIER CARRIER OF T
i ni i l T4 1_
Spartanourg, BiacKsourg, .kock
Anderson, Abbeville, Columl
and intermediate points on follov
VERY LOW F
R. T. Fare
Lv. Greenwood 7.30 pm $3.60
" Ninety-Six... 7.50 p m 3.50
" Dysons 8:02 p m 3.40
" Chappells .... 8* 15 pm 3.25
" Old Town 8.27 pm 3.15
" Silver Street... 8.39pm- 3.10
" Newberry..... 8.57pm 3.00
" Prosperity 9.12 pm 2.90
" Pomaria 9.29 p m 2.80
" Peak 9.41 p m 2.75
" Alston 9.45 pm 2.75
Arrive Columbia... 10 40 p m
" Savannah... 6.05 am
Jacksonville. 9.00 am
" Tampa, via
A. c. L. 7.25 p m ....
" Tompa, via
s. a. l. 5.40 pm'
Tickets good going only on Sped;
Trains scheduled as above.
Ti'^lrotc o-nnH rf>tnrnincr on all Res
?' o c
original starting point on or before i
To Savannah, Ga., Sept. r9th, 1913. '
Sept. 21st, 1913. To Tampa, Flar, Sej
High class day coaches and Pullman
A TRIP TO THE TR<
Florida: "The Land of Flowers," 1
Wonderful agricultural developments at
all over the world.
Savannah, Ga.: With its beautiful
Shipping Docks, Thunderbolt and Tyb<
Sea Foods and Surf Bathing.
Fo" full information, Pullman Reserv
Ticket Agents Southern Railway, or
W. K. McGEE. Assistant General Pass<
S. H. McLEAN, District Pass. Agent, i
J. R. ANDERSON, Supt. B. R. R. R.,
W. H. CAFrEY, D. P. A., Charleston
R. C. COTNER, Pass, and Ticket Ag't
W. R. TABER, Pass, and Ticket Ag
OTXCE OF FOAL SETTLEMENT. * Str<
Notice is hereby given that I will Don't ?
ake final settlement of the estate or neys. i
lester C. Foster in the Probate taking E
Durt for Newberry County at 11 ful reme
clock a. m. on Monday, September where. I
i, 1913, and immediately thereafter will soo?a
)ply for letters dismissory as ad- ambition
inistratrix of said estate. pain, Mr,
Sarah L. Foster, cisco, t
? _ prompts
SEABOARD AIR LXXE. ^
Effective April 27,1913. for indig
Subject to Change without Jfotice.) 50c and
o. 4 Lv. Columbia 5.50 a. m. ^ The P
o. 18 Lv. Columbia 4.00 p. m. ^'ewberr;
o. 2 Lv. Columbia 6.35 p. m. tem^er 3
o. 36 Lv. Columbia 7.45 p. 13. a11 pupi]
Southbound, work on
0. 19 L^. Columbia 7.00 a. in. kept
0. 1 Lr. Columbia 12.10 p. m. ful1
0. 21 Lv. Columbia 5.00 p. m .UI)1 S
0. 3 Lv. Columbia 12.20 a. m. , . ,
rrains 1 and 2, Florida-Cuba Special. temt)er 1
rains 3 and 4, Seaboard Fast Mail. gcatjon
rains is and 26. Hamlet local. Trains
i and 21 Savannah local.
Ticket Office 1225 Main St. Phon^ 8-29-td
'4. C. E. Boisseau, Jr., City Ticket ^
gts., Columbia S. C. J. S. Etchberger, The M:
rav. Pass. Agent. C. W. Small, Div. long anc
iss. Agt. Savannah, Ga.?Adr. ties into
f VI u
ping schedule and
$6.25 . $8.60
5.80 8.40 s
5.60 8.25 .
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11 JLia.il! "diiu i\cguiai
jular Trains to reach
nidnight as, follows:
To Jacksonville, Fla.,
)t. 24th, 1913.
Sleeping Cars without
.iealth and Pleasure.
tracting peop1-* frcm
Parks, magnificent '
;e Island, famous for
ations, etc., apply to
Columbia, S. C
, Anderson. S. C.
, S. C,
, Spartanburg, S. C.
ent, Greenville, S. C.
engthen TVeai Kidneys, ^
suffer longer wha weak kidou
can get prompt relief by
1ontri/-> "Riftprs th at WOUd^r
dy praised by women everyStart
with a bottle today, you
t feel like a new woman with
to work, without fear of
. John Dowling of Saa Franrrites:?"Gratitude
il effect of Electric Bitters
me to write. It cured my
in all else failed." Good for
r as well. Nothing better
jestion or biliousness. Price
$1.00, at all drug stores.
ublic schools of the city of
y open Monday morning, Sep.5.
It is very important that
is be present and ready for
the first day. Records will
by weeks and the first week
who are not certain as to
iding "will meet at the high
milding on Thursday, Sep1,
to be examined for classiSrnest
ississipDl River is 3,160 miles
I the Missouri, -which empit,
is 3,100 miles long.
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