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The Yorements of Many People, >'ew*
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berrians, ana nuu u^.
Mr. S. L. Porter has gone to Swansea
to stay for about eight months.
Mr. G. B. Boozer, of Columbia, was
in the city Monday.
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the city Monday.
Mr. M. J. Smith was in the city Monday
Mrs. Dora Watts left yesterday for
LynclHmrg. Va., where she will spend
a couple of weeks.
4 Mrs. J. D. Bruce has returned from
nn rvtpnrtpri stav in the mountains of
Mrs. T. C. Cannon, of Newberry, is
visiting her brother, P. B. Sligh.?
Siiandon cor.. Columbia Record, 25th.
Mr. L. G. "Waite went to Newberry
/this morning.?Greenwood Journal,
Mr. Wm. E. Crooks has returned as
a student to the Charleston .ueaicai
Miss Banna Xeel last week returned
from McKees Rocks, Pa., after a visit
to her brother, Mr. Tom Xeel.
Mr. Robert EL Folk leaves Thursday
for Baltimore to pursue his studies in
the medical college.
Miss Lucile Wilson, of Xewberry, is
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v isiuug i ciauv cs in iuv wi>j u|<u4
burg Journal, 26th.
Miss Marietta Langford, of Chicora
college, Greenville, spent the week-end
at her Newberry home.
Mr. John H. Ruff left Sunday for :
Georgetown to make that place ms i
Miss Josie Paysinger left Monday to
teach school at Wiggins, in Colleton
David Caldwell, of Droughon's Business
college, Columbia, spent the'
week end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Robt. T. Caldwell.
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Miss Mae AmicK win remain wuu
the Columbia store of Caldwell and
Haltiwanger until her sc'hool opens,
at Jolly Street.
Miss Annie Paysinger, accompanied
by Miss Mattie Lee Kreps and Mr.
Barnett, of Columbia, spent week-end
with Miss Mary Frank Paysinger.
Mrs. C. E. Renneker left Monday for
her home in Orangeburg after a pleaBant
visit to her father, Mr. J. A.
Burton and other relatives here.
Miss Lucy Wilson, a former Converse
girl, of Newberry, is visiting Mrs.
A. M. Chreitzburg.?Spartanburg Journal,
Mr. Jas. A. Burton, Jr., will leave
for his Atlanta home on Wednesday,
to the regret of his many Newberry
Capt. J. W. Gary "ran down" to
Newberry Friday to the pleasure of
those of his friends here who were fortunate
enough to see him.
Dr. I. E. Crimm passed through Newterry
Friday. He will pay his next
regular professional visit here the
last week in October.
Mr. James G. Brown of the South
" TTninn snpnt the
em rowci V^UUipauj , uuwu,
week-end in Newberry with his relatives.
Miss Lenore Henry, of Newberry,
daughter of Dr. H. L. Henry, will teach
the Mt. Enon school this year.?Saluda
Miss Lvdia Culbertson, of Ekom, was
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in tne cixy yeiS'Lerua.* uj_i uci r??.j
Newberry to visit relatives.?Lauransville
Palmer Davenport has moved from
Newberry to the "Old Crouch place.*'
We welconje him among us and hope
he will be happy and successful in
lis new home.?Butler cor. Saluda
Mrs. J. P. Mahon leaves Tuesday for
San Francisco. California, where she
goes to meet her daughter, Mrs. D.
C* Turnipseed coming from the Philippines,
on ner way to Newberry. Before
reaching San Francisco Mrs.
Mahon will visit in Los Angeles, Cal.
Miss Rosa Wright has- returned after
a month's visit to relatives in Newberry.
She was accompanied home by
Mrs. Carrie iFowler and her grand
daughter, Miss Viola Fowler, of Corpus
Christi, Tex., who will spend awhile
wiCh the family of Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
.Wright.?Laurensville Herald, 26th.
Hon. R. A. Cooper, of Laurens, solicitor
of the eighth circuit, was the
orator of the day. Most eloquently did
lie defend the principles for whic*h the
nniHiore f/Micrht and Ifmdpd the eal
lantry of the soldiers on the field.?
Starr cor. Anderson Intelligencer account
banquet Stephen D. Lee Chapter,
V. D. C., 2Srd.
Miss Lillian Eichelberger, now of
Atlanta, Ga., daughter of the late Col.
Adam L. Eichelberger, of Ocala, Fla.,
and pranddauo-htpr of Col. John
Eicbelberser, of Newberry, is on a
few* weeks' visit to her fathers old
home town. She is being entertained
at the home of her cousin, Col Dave
: Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Counts, after sevj
eral weeks' stay with his sister, Mrs.
j J. L. Dickert, left on Tnursday for
i Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville and
i other points before returning f.o their I
home in Tampa, Fla. They were ac- f
! companied as far as Greenville by,
| Miss Anna Dickert.
| Mrs. M. J. Epting and family returnled
to Savannah last week, stopping
over in Columbia Wednesday to observe
"Seminary Day''?opening of the
| Lutheran Theological seminary, on
which occasion one of the addresses J
was delivered by the Rev. Dr. M. J.
Epting, They were accompanied to
j Columbia for the day by Mrs. J. D.
! Wicker and her sister, Miss Mamie
VARIOUS AM) ALL ABOUT. I
Xext Monday salesdav. Several
^of nr* "Pilro rn
SiiitS; L'v> iUa3l.Cl u. ,
Miss Mamie Cromer will teach the
school at Old Town, opening on October
I Good chance for some one to buy
a drug store. One for sale at Silverstreet
the 8th October.
The ladies aid society of tt Lutheran
church of the Redeemer will meet
with Mrs. J. H. Harms, Tuesday afternoon
at 4 o'clock.
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Deputy JJOITOH lias an csicu uiiu.
Burton and Guy Toland for selling
liquor, and they have been sent up to
Hon. Alan Johnstone, of Newberry,
and Mr. D. M. Crosson, of Leesville,
are among the delegates appointed by
Commissioner Watson to the United
States good roads association.
In Friday's paper it was stated that
Mr. Geo. Bateman had presented the
rest room with an elegant nickel plated
heater. It should be Mr. George
Palmer, of Louisville, Ky., w*ho receives
thanks for the gift.
A. St. Peter, (the name he gives) of
Canada, coming here with the circus
last week and remaining to work in
the Newberry Cotton mill, stole a suit
of clothes from T. H. Dent, for which
he was tried Saturday by Recorder
Earhardt and put to work for 15 days
because he couldn't pay the fine of $5.
Recorder Earhardt fined Ed Stilwell
$15 and Irby Seybt $5 (which they
nairil Mnnriav. fr>r fie'ht^na:. t!he fisrht
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occurring early one morning last week
at the Mollohon mill, where the young
men work. Mr. Stilwell was not
wounded in the figlit, but Mr. Seybt
received wounds in his head and arm,
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ms s.rui ueiug cut lu me uuuc. jlji.
W. G. Houseal dressed the wounds.
The exact number of bales cotton
sold in Newberry on Saturday
was 603, prices ranging from
13.90 to 14 cents. The largest lot
sold was by Mr. Chas. S. Suber, 40
bales to Robt. McC Holmes. There
Calvin Crozier Chapter.
The Calvin Crozier chapter, U. D. C.,
will meet with Miss Edna Hipp Thursday
afternoon at 4.30. All members
urged to be present. n
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| We have a st
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Iror our xuc r
Our line is the only com
10c line on the market;
no large sizes. It is just
much, hut enough for you
l ne price is
for all colors, and oncc
back next time for more 1
kind that satisfies.
We also have the BRU
i Robinson's 1(
were more than 603 "bales brought to
town Saturday?some of it was not
sold. Other large individual lots were
from Messrs. Jno. C. Xeel and Geo.
James Douglas, better known as
"Jim Pep," colored, averted what
might otherwise have resulted in a
serious accicenx. nae norse 10 ivir.
J. W. Whites dray late Thursday afternoon
got frightened while standing
without the driver and started off.
Little Miss Elizabeth White wa? in the
dray and the horse was beginning to
make headway when "Jim Pep/' with
courage and presence of mind climbed
into the dray and prevented the runm
For the first monthly meeting of the
County Teacher's institute at the Newberry
High school, Saturday, October
4, at 11 o'clock promptly, the follow
ing program has been arranged:
, Introductory talk?Pres. J. S. Wheeler,
Instrumental solo?Mis'- Kibler,
Encouraging Children to Read?Prof.
Setzler, Xewberrv college.
Thanksgiving Song for Children?
Miss Hipp assisted by Miss Kibler.
How to Teach Reading?Miss Willie
Mae Wise, Prosperity.
Vocal solo?Miss Hipp, Newberry.
Model Lesson in Phonics?Miss
Rosalyn Summer, Newberry.
All teacers are urged ana expected
Meeting of Presbyterial Union at Aveleigh
The Presbyterial Union of Women's
Societies of South Carolina Presbytery
will meet at Aveleigfo Presbyterian
church, October 4-6.
The program as follows: .
3.30 p. m.?Devotional exercises conducted
by Rev. E. D. Kerr.
Roll call, answered by payment of
Reports from delegates.
Report from Montreal delegate.
8 p. m.?Song.
Address of welcome?Miss Mabel
Response?'Miss Annie Blake.
Address on Organization?The President,
Mrs. John Lyon.
Resume of Mission Study Book?
Place for Missions in the Sunday
School?Mrs. R. P. Blake.
Our Mountain Work?Miss Leona
11 a. m.?Regular service?Address
by Dr. Locy Little, Missionary to
4 p. m.?Address by Mrs. Locy Little
on Work in China.
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O p. III. AUU1CJ5 UJ JL/i. kj. ?,
of Atlanta, Ga., on Home Mission
10 a. m.?Devotional exercises.
Round table talks.
All the ladies of the town are cor*
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many mvuea 10 mese mccuugs, auu
especially to the meeting Sunday afternoon
to be addressed by Mrs. Little.
The public is invited to hear Dr.
Little Sunday morning. The Sunday
evening service will be a union meeting,
and an are urged to come.
(Corrected by Nat Gist.)
1 O Ort
Good middling 10.
(By. Robt. McC. Holmes).
Good middling 13.90
(By Summer Bros. Co.)
Cotton seed.. . .* 38
Good middling 14
Cotton seed 39%
Cotton seed 13% j
Cotton seed 36
Cotton seed 36
Good middling 14
Cotton seed 34
Cotton seed 38
Good middling 14
Good middling 13.90
Cotton seed 42
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tplete, compact, distinctive
put up in 10c cans only?
the size you want, not too
r household requirements. g;
i Per Can I
5 you use it you will come
because the quality is the
fSHES FOR 10 CENTS.
J Cent Mores I
Will be preset
the largest nu
test closes at (
James Mills King
-Joim Robert Subet
C. H. Shannon
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UaVIU O. lidiiia
W. J. Rinehart
W. B. Kibler
T. J. Oxner
C. B. Bedenbaugti
J. W. Varnadore
L. G. Eskridge, Jr.
Have your Gr,
We have both
Wall Brushes, S
ing Boards, -F/oc
Oil U! 'II
Exercises Crosier Marker.
The marker for the spot where Crozier
was killed and buried will be placed
Tuesday afternon at five o'clock.
rrn- - ??Ttrin ho aim nip as suit
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ably becomes the occasion. There will
be short talks by the Rev. Dr. A. J.
Bowere, Mr. R. Y. Leavell and Mayor
Z. P. Wright.
For those who may not know the i
if 4a afoiod tnat the Dlace is
lwautj ~~ ?? _
back of the Farmers' Oil mill, reached
through the mill yard.
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One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for lets
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GASOLINE ENGINES FOE SALE?
One 8 H. P. in perfect running order,
running every day. A bargain.
One 15 H. P. good as new. Can
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be bought for less man x-t ynue.
One Ideal Duplex Feed Mill, will
burn kerosene oil. Very cheap.
Good reasons for selling the above.
If you are interested write to or
call on J. D. Quattlebaum, Prosperity,
S. C., Phone No. 12.
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i Pure Bancroft Seed Oats?Raised and
| for sale by E. M. Evans.
nted to the pers
mber of votes w
2 Aw'iol/\/^lr P M
J U A JLTJ.*}
100 Mildred Wilso:
100 TTlHriHcrp TTnhl"
100 Dnncan Sligh !
ICO J. E. Eison, Ji
100 . Roberta Mann
100 Lillie Taylor
I'8o? Lillie Killian
i?? Arthur Kyser
200 Mazie Dominic
100 W. R. Reid
100 Henry D. Dcr:
100 Fred Jones
2>300 Nathannial Pri
200 Roland Hutchi
200 Frank Bowers
100 Murray Mclnt
100 Herman Calve:
, 400 Jno. D. Boylst
100 Seth Boozer
200 A. T. Garrett
100 Luther Boozer
100 J . L. Creed
* 100 L. W. Mills
100 O XTTW*.
V.ciiUllUC VV 111K
100 W. S. Spearms
*00 Carrie Russell
1.800 qc0> ganders
400 Hayne Boozer
2,9?? Lillie Stockma
9?? Ford Mangum
2'8o? Odessa Wilson
100 Addie Spurlocl
100 ^ Q Thomps(
^ 200 I Grady Berry
ates and Heating S
ready when the firs\
at the RIGHT PI
'lion to settina uv E
e The Display <
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n uur w inaow
:hers* Step Ladders
Brushes, Scrub j
h'Vl/V Jfc. V??Vf 1^ * w- w .
?r 0/7, Witch Clot
z for a Yard St
t-Martm Co. Says its Oa
I W mmmm mmmmmmrnrn mmm ?.
FOB SALE?70 acre farm,^"^rnileT
from Newlberry. Good house, Good
Water, also spring, $175 worth of
new fruit trees, besides old orchard.
Strawberry beds, asparagus beds,
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1U acres gOUU UUIUCU tctiua
Apply C. P. Pelham.
POULTBY WANTED?Hens, llcts.
per pound, roosters, young, 7cts.r
chicks, 14 cts. Highest prices for
eggs. Player & Graham.
FOB SALE OB BENT?224 acres, 8
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?-4 1L11XCS iiUlu ncnu^-iij) ? _
miles from Garys and Jalapa. 160
acres in cultivation, 50 acres in pastures,
2 acres in orchard. S. M. Duncan,
Newberry, S. C. Phone 2911.
FOR SALE?One brood mare, 12 years
old, and muls colt 3 months old, one
young mare, 3 1-2 years old, broken
to plow and harness, J. M. Nicnols.
R. F. D. 4.
WWTF1) TO BUT YOUR HIDES
green or dry, also beef cattle and
hogs at highest market prices. Hutchinson
& Snelgrove, 1,000 Main St.,
Newberry, Phone 38.
>on who nas
hen the con
:k / 400
iessley v 6,500
ison . 7.200
ims 1,400 !
m Jr. 200 i
'toves set up now J
t cold snap comes 0
5 Helps :'
Brooms, Dust 1
Brushes, Mops, a
ure Polish, Iron- J
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ft for polishing 1
tk ITS OAK
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SECOND HAND 0B6AJT X J
S. Daniel, Newberry, S. </. 1 % 9
7-29-tf. v& v &
SALESMAN WANTED?Earn $100.00 1
monthly and expenses. Advertise or mk
sell cigars. Woodfern. Co.. 9
York, N. Y. W
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FOE SALE?One 15 H. P. AJax engine;
One No. 1 Saw mill, one 9 H. P. 1
one Case engine, one Case thrasher, I
Which I will sell for $1,500 <wilL Jj
^11 in good running shape. H. W- I
Bowles, Whitmire, S. C.
FOR SALE?85 acres of land one-1
- fourth of a mile of Trinity church?
and High school. Two small tenant
' houses. W. E. Perry V
WONDEBFUL INTENTION?Just out fl
Agents coining money. Lights tnija
home brilliantly for one cent peiW
night. Allen-Sparks Gas Light Co^^B
WANTED?several hogs weighing^B
aDOUl 1UU to LLO puuuuo. utt uo uv,
fore you sell any kind of cattle or
hogs. The Cash Grocery, E. M. Lane I
Sz Co. Phone 110 or 212.
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