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rlTKKI Y PERSONAL j
The M<nmieiif>. of Many People, >e>vberrinn*.
and Th<?se Who Visit
.Mr. Jacob Earhardt. of Ehrliardt, is
sp nding a few days in Xewbe:ry.
.Mr. G. \V. Swittcnberg expects o
return tais week from the hospital. ,
Miss .Maggie Reagin has returned
ir^cm the hospital a..d is get ing on i
Col. E. H. Aull, editor of The New-;
berry He?aid and News, was in Summer
Wednesday.?Sumter Herald, 3rd.
Air. Richard Williams left today for
Newberry, where he has a position as
cattle inspector.?Greenwood Journal,!
Mr. Jolin K. Aull. secretary to Gov-;
ernor Blease. was a visitor of Mr. and
Mrs. A. S. Tompkins Saturday night.
?Edg-'field Chronicle, 2nd.
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All's. V_ . ??. -U'ClV ClllU 11C1 UaUgULW
Carolyn after spending a week visiting
her sister ?.Irs. Meldau 011 college
stree:, nave returned to their home in 1
Dr. and Mrs. Jas. P. Kinard spent
a few days in Newberry this week, en I
route ta Anderson, where Dr. Kinard 1
goes to confer with the trustees or Anderson
college to which institution he
was recently elected president.
A. D. Eidson, a Saluda county boy,
left Friday for Columbia to try out
with the league team there. Eidson
played four years with the Newberry j
college team, winning the State cham-!
pionship 'his junior year. Although a
piicher, he led the team in batting during
two of the years at Newberry. He
has played in every section of saiuaa
county and has many friends who wish
him the best of luck in Columbia.?
Saluda Standard, 2nd.
VARIOUS AM) ALL ABOUT,
The banks wills be closed on Friday.
All stores in Fomaria win oe ciosea
011 Friday, Good Friday.
Mrs. P. M. Sanford, of West End, j
grew a gourd squash in her garden
that measured three fee: eight inches.
Mr. Guignard was accompanied on
his visit *0 his parish this week by his
brighx little daughter. Clara.
Mr. C. W. Crompton had a curiosity |
5n the shape of an egg. In fact it was j
a twin egg joined together at the small
The Business Men's league of the j
Fi'st Baptist church will meet on the:
second Tuesday. April 14, instead of j
the firs: Tuesday.
mere win oe an imporiani meeting;
of the M?:her's of the Speers Street!
schood children at the school build-!
ing Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. |
There will be an oyster supper at
the St. Paul school Friday evening,
April 10, beginning at 7:30 o'clock.
The public is cordially invited.
There will be services at the Epis copi-1
church by the rector, on Wednesday
afternoon at 5 o'clock and Eas
ter services oil Sunday afternoon at
"the harne hour. The public always
(akin Crozier Meeting:.
'Miss Mary Wall was hostess for the
Calvin Crozier chapter March, the
31st. Alter the roll call and reading
of the minutes the treasurer made her
report. It was found that over one
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from the play recently given by the
chapter, it was also reported till at a
neat sum was cleared from the banquet
served to the Knigat Templars.
The president read a letter from
Julia Conner, asking for a contribution j
to the South Carolina room in the Con- 1
federate musuem at Richmond. It was
^decided that contribution be made and
that the chapter's pledge xr> Winthrop, j
Carolina, and Arlington be paid at
Mrs. James Aull was unanimously
elected a member of the Calvin Crozier
Mrs. Homer Schumpert and Mrs.
' Thad McCrackin were appointed to
make wreaths for the veterans cas-kets
whenever they are needed.
-Hiss Eva Gossans was elected dele
."4'ate to the Distirct Convention to be!
ifelci in Laurens. -The president will i
April being "Shiloh month" a most
interesting programme, suited to the j
occasion, was rendered. Miss Eliza- j
oeth Dominick read an acount of the jbattle
of Shiloh and Mrs. Schumpert;
read a sketch of the life of Albert Sid- j
ney Johnson. Mrs. Herman Wright!
gave some interesting facts about the j
'monument to be erected at Shiloh and!
tihe chapter unanimously voted to send
$35 as a contribution to the monument, j
At the conclusion of the programme j
delicious refreshments were served.
NEWBERRY SAYINGS BANK
Annual ..Meetiiur?(?oo?| .Showing?
l>r<?sj>e(*t> Bright?Officers are
Tlie annual meeting ;f the stock'^oldcvs
o' T::c Xcwbcrrv Savings Bank
was held Tuesday, April 2nd., in the office
;f the president. The meeting was
organized by the elec ion of I. H. Hunt
chairman and E. A. Griffin secretary.
The chairman appointed George S.
Mower. H. H. Evans and R. McC Hoi
u.'t's as uuxiuimiec uu yiu.vies. l iic
president road his report which showed
the bank to be in good condition
and i:s business increasing. The prospects
are very bright for hamdsome
profits during the coming year. The
Savings Bank is next to the oldest
banking instituion in Newberry, and
ihflc Ion? priinvpfl thp ronfirlpnrp of a
goodly number of substantial people
from Newberry and vicinity.
The following directors were elected
<?d: E. B. Copeland, L. W. Flyod. E. A.
Griffin, R. McC Holmes, G. S. Mower,
James Mcintosh, W. D. Senn, Brooks
Swygert, J. K. Gilder.
At a meeting of the directors held
immediately upon the adjournment of
the srockholders, the following officers
were elected: James Mcintosh, presi
dent; Geo. S. Mower, vice-president;
E. A. Griffin, cashier; R. E. Allen, assistant
A.. K.. Presbyterian. Presbytery. In
The second presbytery of the A. R.
P. synod will meet on Friday morning
of this week at the Cannon's Creek
Mission church, of wtoich Rev. Charles
Haddon Nabers is pastor. This church
is situated on the main road from Newberry
to Prosperity just three miles
from the former place.
(The second Presbytery is the second
largest of the A. R. P. church and
comprises the churches of this denomi
nation in Florida, in Georgia, and all
on this side of Broad river in South
Carolina. Fifty or more ministers and
delegates will be in attendance.
The presbytery will convene Friday
morning at 11 o'clock with a sermon
by Rev. Leon T. Pressly, the retiring
moderator from Woodruff. There will
be morning, afternoon and night session
each day. Dinner will be served
on the church grounds.
On Friday night there will be a special
conference on Sabbath School
Work. Rev. W. A. McAulav will have
charge of this conference, and addresses
will be made by Rev. J. S. Moffat,
D. D., president of Erskine college, by
Rev. James P. Pressly, of Due West,
and by Rev. J. W. Carson.
On Saturday nigh: a conference on
^ T; ?: ~ ? . ...Mi i T n at,, ri
nouit1 *viibsiuiis win ue iieiu. -vii. jd. l,.
Stuart of Bar.ow, Fla., will preside,
and talks on various phases of fclie
subject will be given by Rev. Ira S.
Caldwell of Greenwood, Rev. I. X. Kennedy
of Ora, and Rev. S. W. Reid, of
Sabbath morning a special sermon
will be preached by Rev. G. G. Parkinson,
D. D., professor of Hebrew in the
Erskine Theological Seminary, and in
the afternoon the sacrament of the
Lord's supper will be observed. Rev.
W. A. McAulay of Spartanburg and
Rev. F. Y. Pressly, D. D., of Due West
will have charge of the Communion
The presbytery will adjourn Sabbath
night with a lec ure on conditions in
Mexico by Rev. J. G. Dale, D. D., a missionary
of the A. R. P. church in that
country who is now at home on a fur7
All sessions of the presbytery are
open, and the general public is given
a cordial invitation to at:end any or
all of the sessions.
C. H. Xabers.
Death of Mr. Levi F. Longshore.
At his home in No. 6 township on
Friday at 7:3d p. m. Mr. Levi F. Long
shore passed to the great beyond. Mr.
Longshore was a Confederate veteran,
a member of Co. G. Holcombe Legion.
He was 78 years old. He was buried
on Saturday at noon at Trinity Methodist
church, the furneral service being
conducted by the Rev. S. C. Morris.
Mr. Longshore is survived by tihree
sons and two daughters, all of the
county, as follows: M. J. Longshore.
W. E. Longshore, T. C. Longshore and
Vothan V F>?r>r?is: oriH \Trc
Ernest Paysinger, and a number of
grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Death of Mr. E. W. Reese.
Mr. E. W. Reese of No. 3 township
and a Confederate veteran died suddenly
at his home Sunday. He was
buried on Monday. Mr. Reese was a
farmer and an unassuming good and
substantial citizen. He waj about 70
years of age.
Married a.: the home of the bride's
parents Sunday evening at 7 o'clock, at
Mollohon, Miss Catherine Bostick to
Mr. Grover C. Bryant, Sheriff Cannon
G. Blease, officiating.
| .\E\VI?KIiHY H1>S FROM Fl RHA>
; .Newborn Wins First (Janie of the Sea
>on Km in Kiiriiuiii I niveisitv bv
a Score 01 11 to 1.
j With "Xig" Kpting ai his best, be
lore the largest crowd of ladies ha
i has over wit.ie.ssed a hall game ii
Newberry. Furman was defeated las
Thursday 11 to 1. Ladies day was ob
I served and wi:h a large number o
: sponsors present the scene presenter
J was a gay one.
Kpting was the star of the evening
pitching a wonderful game, allowin;
: bin; two hits, sti iking out 10, and walk
ing 6. He also secured a pair o
j doubles, two singles and a walk, on
of five limes up. "Nig" was invinci
; ble and Furman was at his mere;
| The entire Newberry team played ;
i nice game and worked hard, their 'hit
j ting being especially good. Renken
i behind the bat, played a steady gam
oiifl f'ntrihiv pH twn r>f tho lrvna-oor hit
; ui^u vi i w u < vvi v '? \y v/i. v.** v ***v
! of the day, one of them hitting Vie to]
I of the fence. Troutman showed u;
well at bat.
There were no outstanding feature
j of the visitors' play, except that the.
appeared weak in the box.
The next game will be played Wed
nesday, April 8, at 4 o'clock wit]
Wofford. The same prices of 25 cent
and 15 cents will hold.
AB R H PO A ]
Mobley, cf . . .4 0 1 1 0
i Nelson, ss. . . .2 0 0 1 2
| Tinsley, lb . . .2 1 0 7 0
| Wingo, 3b . . .3 0 0 3 3
1 Drummond, 2b .4 1 8 2 4
| Hughes, c . . .4 0 0 6 3
Brown, cf . . .4 0 0 0 0
j Furman, rf . . .2 0 0 2 0
fBallenger, p . .1 0 0 0 1
Martin, 2b. . .'3 0 0 2 0
Total . . .29 1 2 24 13
AB R H PO A ]
Kei'ct, lb . . .4 0 0 9 1
Floyd, cf . . .5 1 1 1 0
i Baker, R., 2b .2 3 1 0 2
j Wise, If . . .5 2-1 1 0
Epting, p . . .4 1 4 1 2
Boland, ss . . .51 0 1 2 3
Troutman, 3b . .4 1 3 1 1
Baker, S., rf . .3 1 0 0 0
Renken, c . . .4 2 3 11 1
? m m ?
! Total . . .36 11 14 26 10
j Score by innings:
jFurman . . .000 000 000 010?1 2
i Newberry . . .014 301 11*?11 14
j Earned Runs: Newberry, 4; tw
\ base hks: Floyd, Epting (2), Trout
| man, Renken (2). First base on balls
I Off Ballenger, 3; oft' Drummond, 2
; off Epting, 6. Struck out: by Drum
j mond, 3; by Epting, 10. Left on bases
| Furman, 8; Newberry, 9. Double play
I Nelson to Drummond to Tinsley. Hi
by pitcher: Furman, R. Baker (2).
Umprie: Mr. Hardemann.
Respect for Another Day.
Mr. Editor: In this day when s
much is being done in our schools t
foster in rhe minds of the children, th
1 virtues of patriotism, and of reverenc
j for the good and great of our land, b
the observance cf birthdays, anniver
saries, etc., would it not be well t
have impressed upou their youni
hearts and minds a due respect for th
dav that saw the greatest good, and .
loving reverence for the One, who hav
*ing said that "greater love hath m
i man than this that a man lay down fai
life for his friends"?freely gave u-]
His spotless sinless life, not only fo
his friends, but for all.
When life's cares and toils are ended
All its burdens rolled away
Shall I enter life e;ernal
See the light of endless day
When I srep into the lifeboat
And the boatman takes his oar, .
Will my loved ones bid me welcome
j When we reach the mystic shore
; Will my parents know I'm coming
I To that heavenly happy land
! Will they feel my spirit's presence
j Shall I see a beckoning hand?
! Will my children come to meet me
When I climb the golden srair
Shall I feel their arms abound me
Will they call me mother there
And the one who has just left me
Thp child nearest to my heart
| Will she say we're safe in Heaven
And we never more shall part.
j At the Methodist parsonage, Sunday
| afternoon at 3 o'clock, by the Rev. J
j E. Carlisle, Miss Kate Lou Neel anc
! Mr. Herbert A. Workman, were unitec
j in the holy bounds of matirmony.
i I'K.NSIOM >N?KY HEADY
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Clerk of Court (Jiicrirans Heady to l'ay
IViiM'oner*?1(57 On Hoi! hi Newberry
Clerk of Court -I. C. Goggans has ret
coiv (I ;i cheek lor tv.e pensioners for
l Xewberry county andvill be ready to
t imy the same out this week.
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I Ufl C ill'- ill ?? WV4 1 J AV I
1 Confederate vere'ans and their widows
^ J on :he pension roll. The total amount
' oi the check for pensioners sent to
'? Newberry is $4..">60.00 divided .ts folS
Li class A there are _ pensioners at
^ $72.00 each.
V In class C 1 there are 10 pensioners
j at 4S.00 each.
In class C 2 there are ">9 pensiondes
1 at 24.00 each,
in class C3 there are 9 pensioners
( | at 48.00 each.
e| In class C4 there are 87 pensioners
s ; a1 24.00 each.
p Several Confederate veterans have
I) died recently whose names were inJ
eluded in the list se.;t to Xewberrv. j
y\ A. A. Freeman Dead.
We received a wire on Sunday from !
-1 Mrs. A. A. Freeman, of Danville, Va., j
ti' notifying us of the death of her husi
s band, which occurred Saturday nigct. |
A. A. Jb'reeman was ror many years (
overseer of carding and spinning at the
Riverside mills, Danville, Va., and was j
g j very highly regarded fcoth as a cot-1
0 ' ton manufacturer and as a man. About
9 ! a year ago he was comj.elled to resign
^ j on account of ill health and last fall j
0 j accepted a position as traveling rep-1
0' resentative for the Southern Textile
0 Bulletin. His condition of health,'
2 j nowever, was sucn men, uc wuuiu u?j??
2 keep up the work and he returned to |
q ' Danville where ?be has been ill since j
0 tha-: time. His funeral occurred at j
_ | Danville on Monday.?Textile Bulle-;
- tin, 2nd.
'Mr. Freeman lived in Newberry for !
g several years and worked at the Xewq1
berry mill. He held a good position j
q here and had many friends who wyi |
q I regret to learn of his d6ath. Mrs.
q 1 Freeman is a sister of Mr. W. H.
q ! Hardemann, of the Xewberry mill. Mr.
q J Hardemann attended the funeral.
1 SENATORSIS REVOLT
0 . '
x I Against the Rules?Xine, Disgruntled
~ ' Oyer Confirmation of Daniels,
g! (Washington, April 3.?iXine memi
be'.s of the sena:e, headed by Sena-!
tor La Follette, Lpenly revolted;
j againsi proceedings behind closed
' j doors tonight after an executive ses[
| sion in which the senate, by a vote
' | oi 36 to 27, confirmed the nomina- j
ion of Winthrop M. Daniels of New; j
Jersey to be a member of the iuter- j
,"f state commerce commission. Senator j
La FolIet:e declared 011 the floor that j
lie -proposed to defy the rules of the j
senate in future and discuss publicly
legislation not affecting foreign relations.
and later it was announced that
0 Senator Bris:ow, Cummins, Clapp,
0 Ken yon, Xorris, Jones and Gronna
e (republicans), and Pcindexter (pro6
gressive) would maintain the same,
y attitude. Tfoe revolt caused a sensation
and there was much speculation
0 as to the effect it would have on fu?
ture executive sessions. The general
e opinion was that there would be no
a attempt to take action against mem"
| bers who disregarded the rule of se0
S ! Coutiramdon of -Commissioner Dan- |
P iels closed a three-day fight marked1
. by one of the bitterest debates heard
at the capitol in years. Both sides
contested determinedly, Mr. Daniels'
advocates having the support of
President Wilson's well known desire
that his appointee and personal
friend be confirmed wiihout delay.
LI\COL> S HAIR SOLD HIGH |
Lock From Head of War President
New York, April 3.?A lock of President
Lincoln's hair sold for $G50 last
night at the auction 6ale of Lincolniana
from the effec:s of the late Major .
Wm. H. Lambert, of Philadelphia.
Tue lock was cut from the wounded
head of President Lincoln the day fol- j
lowing nis assassination Dy .Mrs. i
Schuyler Colfax, wife of the speaker i
of the house, specially for Mrs. Lin- j
His Was Best, J
A banker's son and a doctor's son 1
I were talking about their fathers.
"My father,'' said the banker's son,
" is the best. Why, when anybody
wants him to lend them some money
"U^\ naArvl a'c ry-\ r\-n a xr tt'Vi c*V?
lie 1C11V10 UUiCl pcv-rpic O UiUUt J , rrutu
T they dent know anything about it,
wi:hout getting caught."
[ "Huh, that's noticing," responded
I the doctor's son. "My dad can kill a
. person without getting caught."
WILL INSTALL OFFICERS
N?Mvl?errv Elk* Will 1!??a?* Social Se>*
sii?n ami Supper?All .Wt hers
The .Wwb rry Lodge 1103 P. P. 0. E.
will hold ir: regular ;m -.ing Tuesday i
cveni. g in he lodge rooms. At .his j
Hireling ;he wflicers for t.ie ensuing
iear will b installed. After the busin<
ss session is concluded a social session
will be held and a dinner served |
to the members. It is very much de-j
sired bv the officers that every member j
wno can possiDiy ar.ange u uo so ue (
present at this meeting.
LIM) WILL TAKE VACATION
President's Kniissary to Visit Washington?(iood
Time for Kest.
Washington. April 2.?John Lind,
former governor of Minnesota and for
:he last eight m.;nths the personal
representative in Mexico for the presi-,
dent of the United States, will sail j
from Vera Cruz tomorrow for Washington
aboard the presidential yacht!
The announcement of Mr. Land's
prospective visit was made by Presi
dent Wilson with the explanation that
his envoy had requested a vacation
and rest frcm his labor in a tropical
climate and that as soon as that had
been obtained *ie would return to
The president declared that Mr.
Lind's departure for the United States1
shouldn't be construed as in the nature
of a recall or as foreshadowing
any change of policy by the Washington
government towards either faction
in MoY.^rt Wo cairi that nn nppvitifl
tions of any character were pending
between the Huerta government and
the United States and that the recent
conference between Senor Portillo 7
Rojas, Huerta's minister of foreign
affairs and Mr. Lind had developed
nothing tangible or important, but
was merely a friendly talk
Cfo fnm Anf
O l? l^UXCUl
of the ownership, management, circulation,
etc., of The Herald and News,
published twice a week at Newberry,
S. C., required by the act of August
E. H. Aull, editor, Newberry, S. C.
E. H. Aull, managing editor, Newberry,
James L. Aull, business manager,
Newberry, S. C.
E. H. Aull C3., publisher, Newberry,
s r '
Owners: E. H. Aull, Xewberry, S.
C., J. L. Aull, Dyson, S. C.; J. L. Aull,
Jr., Xewberry, S. C.; J. K. Aull, Columbia,
S. C.; A. H. Kohn, Columbia, S.
C.; John M. Kinard, Xewberry, S. C.
Known bondholders, mortgagees,
and other security holders, holding 1 i
per eer.t. or more of total amount of
Donas, or oiner securities. tarunua
Life Insurance Co., Columbia, S. C.;
Geo. S. Mower, treasurer, Newberry, S.
C.; Newberry Savings Bank, Newberry,
E. H. Aull.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 6th day of April, 1914.
W. B. Wallace,
N. P. for S. C.
(My commission expires during the
pleasure of the governor.)
Appearances Often Deceiving:.
. r i- .L_- J. _:?1
A migiuy yreuy gin is sue,
But, son, I'll put you wise;
She may look like a peach and be
A lemon in disguise.
A real, good-natured girl she seems, j
But son, I'll put you next;
She may smile like an angel, and
Be most extremely vexed.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
will make a final settlement
of the estate of Warren D. Suber, deceased,
in the Probate Court of Newberry
County South Carolina, on the
4t'h, day of May 1914, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon and will immediately
thereafter apply his discharge as ad- j
ministrator of said estate. All persons
holding claims against said esta:e will
present said duly attested on or before
Z. H. Suber,
SALE OF A COUNTS.
By virture cf a Resolution passed
at the meeting of the creditors of S. W.
Bruce, held at Newberry, S. C., on the
6th day of April, 1914, the undersigned,
will, on :he 18th day of April, 1914, at
9:30 o'clock in the forenoon, at Chap
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P611S, isou.ii ^aroiina., sen lu uuc ui^u- j
est bidder, or bidders, for cash, all the j
accounts and other evidence of debt
belonging to the said S. W. Bruce.
H. H. Blease,
Assignee and Agent.
Newberry, S. C., April 6th, 1914.
SPECIAL NOTICES. ^
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for lesa
than 25 cents.
hound -Amy liyst brooch on Saturday M
n^ar Samples' Stable. Owner can V
get same by identifying and paying fl
.or tais aii. I
My I'ercion Station ~Fi?Fi" will make
his stand this season at Quattlebaum's
stable, Prosperity. Fee $20.
B. L. Miller. 4-3-tf.
\ Hsif \ IipjhI?.4 hp" for ei'Prv hood d
and every hat that' goes out of here J
011 a head makes that head just so *
much ahead at Copeland Bros. |
Old Busies made new. Horseshoeing fl
a specialty at Xeely and Morg^ *,
1207 Harrington Street. \ ^
Always in demand?TThere is nothing
more necessary than a good supply
of Dainty Ribbons, gTand assortment,
at Copeland Bros.
Wheelwright and Blacksmith?I have
I .opened a wheelwright and blacksmith
department in connection with
I the Newberry Machine Shop and am
| prepared to do first-class work. ^
j Your business will be appreciated \
and all work will be done promptly.
John J. Eargle, proprietor, Newber- rv
HT?r?hinp Shnn 3-31
Laces?Most unsual offering of foreign
and domestic laces comprising
the newest paterns, priced at low
figures at Copeland Bros. ^
House For Bent. Apply to 1600 Main
street. 3-31-3t "
$10 Lost?You can buy any $20 new ^
spring ca<ot suit at Copeland Bros
tihis week for $10?Come quick.
Notice to breeders?Have bought the
noted Murray Kinard Jack "John"
Will be at Newberry, S. C., in charge
of Mr. M. T. Hogg. Also my stallion,
"Prince Cecilion," four first prem* m
iums at State Fair, open to the world fl
can be found at my stable. Nat Gist. |
For Sale?Gautt Cotton Planters and I
Seay Guano distributors. We ar?
sole agents for the Seay distributor.
If needing either we will save yon
money. Purcell & Scott.
| After the first of April please call oa
me in my new office over the Mower 1
Co's. store. G. W. Connor.
i Automobile Transfer?Phone 95 or
278 for immediate service, night or
day. Sam Johnson. 3-24-4t
Nancy Hall Seed Sweet Potatoes for
sale at $1 per bushel. Welch Wilbur.
Blue Joint Kaj?ar Cane for sale fcr
nlnr>fir?rr n?- frtf 11 7^ . t>ai? 1 CA
piai.iiiu& pui ;juoco at ? a. a xuv
stalks. Welch Wilbur. 3-17-t?? *
For Sale?Sw-.et potato plants, aay J
variety, shipped from Florida, price 1
$1.7' per thousand. Book orders 1
now, making sure of getting early. .
C. P. Pelhaai. 2-20-tf
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I Candy Salesman Wanted?$100 month- >
! ly, and all traveling expenses to I
start. Experience unnecessary. So- ,
licit orders from dealers in your locality
and surrounding territory
for our high grade Chocolates, BonBons
and all kinds of Candies. Write
quickly for full particulars and contract.
Kase Candy Co., Xew York, ft
X. Y. 2-13-2m. &
WASTED?several hogs weighfig x,
about 100 to 125 pounds. See us be- ^
fore you sell any kind of cattle or
hogs. The Cas*: Grocery, uJ. M. Lane
& Co. Phone 110 or 212.
| CAR FOR HIRE?Large touring car,
| careful driver?calls promptly answered.
Phone 300?Mower's garage.
1-2-tf. - ,
Poultry Wanted?Hens, 11 cents
per pound, cnicKs, iz cenis. iiigaeai
prices for eggs. Player & Graham.
DR. G. B. RADER,
of Columbia, S. C., will be in Newberry
on Monday and Thursday of each- week.
Office McCaughrin Block, office previously
occupied by Dr. 0. B. Mayer.
Pure Cleveland big boll cotton seed
for sale at 75q per bushel; makes
cwo bales per acre; also some }
fodder $1.50 per hundred pounds.
Phone 5602 J. A. Shealy. 3-27-dt
Drug Clerk?Did you kill any moths
with those moth balls I gave you?
Disconsolate Customer?No. I tried
for five hours, but I couldn't hit any
one. . <