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The .Movements of Many People, Newbcrrinns
and Thuse Who Visit
.Mr. i). A. Langford is in Atlanta on
a pleasure trip.
Cap . W. S. Lang.'ord is at end c 111me.:cement
at Caicora college.
Mr. Rex lya s is home on a visi*
t) his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Mis? Ruby Foster returned Sunday
after having spei t a few days with
her r'rind. Miss (or.i Spoon, of Laurens
and Miss Ola M ller, of Kin^rds.
A T? rvl/Jn'/xll 1 n niKio ran_
Air. Y\. r. en, v/ '->i i4iii uicL
rcsentative of the News and Courier,
spent a few hrurs in Newbery on
Friday on his way to Greenwood.
L)r. and -Mrs. J. M. Johnson and little
bababy arrived in Newberry on
Monday o spend some time with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson.
Mr. R. H. Greneker, of Tile Herald
and News, who has bee.: sick i'or he
past several weeks is convelescing
anu lias gone to th? country in Laurens
county to spend a few weeks recuperating.
jThe Rev. .Jno. C. S.egers. D. D., of
Cclur.bia. was in Newberry Sunday
and preached Sunday evening in the
Lutheran church. In he mor. mg he
preached a Si. Matuews in the
Broad river section.
M s. D. C. Turnipseed will join her
husband and they will leave for New
York the latter part of the week. Dr.
Turnipseed has completed his detail
in thi Philippines and has been ordered
to. New York.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Aull, of Dyson,
-spen week-end with their son,
Col. E. HI Aull, and on a visit to rel
1 n n ri:j I^it
311V6S aliu UIU lnc^uo IU j. uuiui>I.>,
tie Mountain and Prosperity, *fiiey
also a tended old folks day at Prosperity
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
There should be a few more candidates
for county supervisor.
Whix. we need when we get the
white way is some street paving.
The frie :ds of Mr. Joe B. Derrick,
01 Li.tle Mountain, place him in nomination
for the legislature.
via .he election in Hartford school
district held on Saturday tue two
juill's tax was voted 20 to 30.
The people are get.ing together on
the wh$te way, mentioned in The
Herald/and .V\?'s 3o...e v,0j.
Mr. Henry 0. Long, of Silverstreet,
is announced as a candiaate for the
The Re/v. C. H. Xabers, pastor of the
Prosperity A. R. P. c-iu.ch will deliver
h/is illustrated lecture on Pales/
tine^' in .be aJlapa Methodis. church
on t Tuesday evening at 8:30 o'clock.
jThe Jaiapa sch-ol will close the
wresent ier:n with a picnic in Ue
Pasture of Mr. W. C. Sligh cn Friday,
rn,-A' AArHiallv i r, ?
j,-' iViay iiie puout 10 i,wi
y vited to attend.
^ The young people of the Central
churca held .heir regular monthly
meeting and elected their delega.e,
Miss Ethel Russell, to go to the State
missionary conleience to be held in
Columbia next week. May 27, 28, 2y.
The Smyrna School Improvement
associa ion will render the "Spinsters
Re urn." a sequel to the "Old Maius
Convention." at the home f Mr. .1.
Ed. Semi on Friday evening. May 22,
Kaffinninv ;i r & " MO 7>lnpk AdllllS
.sio.i 1"? cents, children 10 cents.
The monument in West Lnd cemetery
erected o AIr. T. W. Banks by
:rhe Woodmen oi' the World will be
unveiled next Sunday aftern00.1 at
>-5n All Woodmen and all
o.hers are invited to attend. The
ceremonies will be in charge of the
Saluda camp. The Rev. X. A. Hemrick.
a prominent Woodman, has been
invited to make an address.
Group Xo. 2 of .he South Carolina
Bankers associa.i^n will meet in
Newberry this afternoon at 4:3u
o'clock. The sessions will be held
at the auditorium cf the high school.
The business session will last about
two hours and the visitors will be
aien on an automobile ride. From
T ro 8 o'clock a reception will be helc
tife -the lawns at the residence of Mr
1 CnaormQn and Mr. P. EL ScOtt
JLTI. JLM mmv. _
The banquet will be served at S
^Stieff" at Spartanburg Festival.
The house of Chas. M. S:ieff whc
have been so well known in the pianc
world since the year 1842 suppliec
the concer*. grand piano that was nsec
at the Spartanburg May Festival thi?
year As Mr. Theodore Harrison, a:
artist of the festival said, "I: has 5
most beautiful tone, brilliant, yei witi
the softness wh'.ch is so necessary ii
WAS HK Ml'RDERED?
Mr. Hagood Brown (Joes Fishing,
il'ies .>oj Retiiiu?Hat ami hejs
hi Boat?Neerro Arrested.
Jul* lawkins, a negro, was placed
in t.i Xewberry jail n Sunday by 1
riheritf Blease, pending the investi- <
nation oi he disappearance of Hagood ;
Brown 011 Sa urday night. Hag:od
Brown is the so:i of Mr. \Y. F. Brown,
a pi minent farmer of the Broad riv- ;
er section cf the county, and about :
2.", or 30 years old. He left his father's
house about 11-o'clock Sau'.'day:
night in company with two negro men, 1
j.Ioe Dawkins and John Simms, to go ;
to the river to set some "tro " lines j ;
They first went to Strothers ferry 1
, w.:ich is very . ear the home of Mr. *
Hr.wu. Hagood Brown told "he negro
! .John Simms to remain the'.'e while he i
| and Jce Dawkins went on up the river i
to set :he lines. [ <
The next morning the . boat was <
found in the river i.i eddy water and
i in it was tue ha , the keys and a Ian- (
j tern b-longing to Mr. Brown. The j j
j water at his place is from eight to ;
12 feet deep. The boat was near i
. ^croiners. .1 e Daw kins Who started j i
I cu with Mr. Brown to set the lines
j was found Sunday morning 011 the
Fai' field side of the river, near Blairs : 1
is.me .wo and a half miles above 1
! Strothers with his feet in the river 1
! ' 1
and sound asleep. A pistol was found <
: 011 Dawkins with one chamber empty. <
J Dawkins admits being with Air.?
j Brown and from him the tale of leav- I
' i. g Simnis a Strothers and going 011 ;
wii a Mr Brcwn up the river to Blairs 1
and getting in tne boat and setting, (
, the lines is obtained but he claims to
i kn:w no hi.'g further. He says he <
I was :oo drunk to remember the mci- ,
! cien/ s of the night oefore in detail. |
I Sheriff Blease and Deputy Dorroh
went down to the scene Sunday after-' ]
noon and arrested Dawkins and placi
ed him in jail where he is held to'
await further developments. j ]
I ? il
; The party that was dragging the '
liver on Sunday aud Monday round
tue b-dy oi Brown abou; no*u Mon-,
cay and poonei he sheriff that the
I body had been i'Amdtt No par .isulars '
'were given. The body at t j:u ti nu>}
i;ad iiol oeen ?xa;iii?ie-i. j *
Sheriff Blease took Corontr Lina- j
say and Dr. J. B. Setzler do*vu to
the scene and the inquest was held
The body of Mr. Brown was found
Monday morning about 10 o'clock, ;
wi ni.i d few fee. of the place where i
he was last seen at by Messrs. Leo <
! Adams and George Hentz, wno with : i
others were engaged in the search. |
Sneriif Blease and Coroner Lindsay
were notified and came at once to the,
scene for the purpose of holding the ,
inquest. Drs. Mo:re and Se:zler performed
a.i au opsy and came to the
conclusion that the cause of the death
was drowning. DPwo or three wit!
netses were taken and the inquest
was adjourned to be resumed Tnurs- j
uuy in Jie sheriff's office at which
time other Testimony will be taken. ;
Tnere were found no bruises on Mr.
, Brown's bedy. It is thought tnat he
1 either fell in the water or was thrwn.1
Tne funeial services were held yesterday
af er noon at St. Ma .thews
from Alsace-Lorraine. The statement j
is to the effect hat such action is j
not contemplated at present, but iti
>' may materialize if French agitators j
>J persist in fomenting agitation as they j
11 are doing now. The paper adds ".hat'
i! if expulsion were determined upon
i there would certainly be an excellent'!
i rea?. n tnerefor.
i Subs, ribe to The Herald and Jfews?
i [$1.50 a year?the best newspapt< in i
j JVewberry Ceunty.
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OLD FOLKS DAY
Observed at Prosperity?Excellent
Address by Dr. Cromer?Dinner j
on .!?<' (ir<Minds.
Old Folks day was obs rved iis
lirace Lutheran c.iurch a: Prosperity <
on Sunday. Tr.e pla.i for the observ- *
ance -1 such a day was surges t'l by i
Air. A. H. Kohn. now of Columbia, i
when he was a citizen of Prosperity, i
and supe: incendent of the Sunday <
school of the church s mie years ago.
It is-a beautiful idea. Ami lias now'
become a fixed and regular event of '
the church. The day is observed by
so. gs and addresses of welcome and
i sermon or regular address suuable'
the occasion and dinner is sen- <
^d on the caurc'a lawn so as to give
h >se who are prestnt from far and
near an opportunity to spend an li:;ur >
iii social intercourse and in renewing
old acquaintances and talking over tne '
events of other and some imes hap- 1
pier days. It is always a very happy
occasion. The good people of Pro**- *
uerity take great interes in the day ,
Eind furnish g>.;d water and plenty
:o oat and do everything possible U
make i pleasant for their guests.
It was observed last Sunday. The
weather wits ideal for the occasion,
ti:ouga the fanners all think tney are ;
jadly in need of rain and that the
weather is too cold for cotton. H.w- sver,
it was pleasar fjr eld folks j
3ay and we may all be glad for that. !
The address was made by Dr. Geo. 1
B. Cromer and it was beautiful ami
appropriate to the occasion. The
nusic by the choir was fine and ev- :
,-rythi. g passed off very pleasantly. :
The f allowing programme was ren- |
Voluntary?The Solid Rock.
Song?Xo. 374 Book of Worship.
Scripture reading by the Rev. C. : ]
H. Nabors. i
Prayer by the Rev. C. H. Xabors. j ]
Welcome address by six li^le girls,
Rebecca Harmon. Louise Bedenbaugh, .
Vlyra Hunter. Elizabeth Brown, Ethel
Shealy, Mary Kolin.
Welcome address by Prof. J. S. j
Response to welcome by iA. H.
Reading, The Grand Old Hymn? '
Vliss Elizabeth Hawkins. ^
Address?Dr. Geo. B. Cromer.
Offertory?Songs tha: Mother Sang. ,
Song No. T6 book or vvorsmp.
Song?God Be With You Till We \
Doxolcgy was pronounced by the
Rev. ('. P. Boozer and the congrega- j
tion adjourned -to the grove where a i
sumptuous picnic repast was served J
by the good housewives of Prosperity, j
TUK UTILE >IOl\TAl> .SCHOOL ,
('losing: Exercises Next Week?A Sue-'
cess fill School Year?Prof. Ballentine
Special to The Herald and News.
Little Mountain, May 18.?The clos-1
Ing exercises ox the Little Mountain
hiera school will begin here on F:i-J
caurcii. i lie services ? cic
by the Rev. J. P. oByd.
Mr. William H. Wendt Dead.
Mr. William H. Wendt diedNat liis
heme in Newberry atl' o'clock on Sunday
morning at .he ./'i of 65 years.'
Mr. \Yendt was a German. He came
j t.iis country about 40 years ago and
?? rsr\rl 1 ?-* fo ino linril ci fftTV
I ill iai linn- ciiiv_i c?. iv
, yea's ago lived in me Caldwell com'
munity. For the last two years be
has resided in Newberry. He is survi\ed
by his wi;'e and three c-iildren,
two boys and one girl. He was a
member cf .he Meuiodist cnurch and
a good citizen. He was buried at
Lebanon Methodic: church, the s^r
vice being conducted by the Rev. S. C.
Morris, on Monday morning at 11
MAY EXPEL THE FRENuT
' (ienuaus May Drive Out Inhabitants
, i Berlin Cable t j New York Sun.
1 The Lokalanzeiger prints a state- i
i ment, which is probably semi-offit
cial, in reference to the excitement
j in France over Germany's reported
> i ir.tention to exclude French citizens |
day evening, May 22, with a recital j
to be given by t.ie music department.'
The Rev. J. W. Horine, of Pnila- j
delphia, Pa., editor-elect cf the Lu;heran
Church Visitor, will preach ihe
sermcn on Sunday at 11 o'clock.
On Monday night a cantata. "Midsummer
Eve,"' will be given by the
grammar school department.
T.ie exercises will be concluded
Tuesday night with the following
programme by Ue members of ine
Salu;a ory?Carl L):e'.:er.
Class History?*Viilledge Sii.aly.
Class Poem?Clyde Swygert.
Will?iMiss Louise Sliealv.
Valedictory?Miss Minnie Lee SheaIy.
The literary address will then be
delivered by Dr. Geo. B. Cromer, of
The school is closing a m :st success
:ul year under the direction of
the following teachers: G. H. Ballenti-.e.
principal; M's. .T. C. Swyger:,
Misses Ernestine Wicker, Era Kibler,
Elberta Sease and Vannie Lake. The :
music departmen: is in charge of Miss
Prof. Ballentine has been elected
for another school year and will probably
accept. The other teachers have
not yet been chcsen.
Mr. Frank Langford and Miss Lucy,
Dominick were married at the Lutheran
parsonage Sunday, May 17, at
2 o'clock by the Rev. P. E. Shealy.
They will make their home in Saluda.
The groom is a prosperous young
man of Saluda. The bride is a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Domaict, #t
Prosperity. She will be greatly missed
in her church and in :'ze community
in which she lived.
Their many friends wish for them
a smooth journey on life's sea?unclouded
to the end by the slightest
ripple of sorrow.
To He (iiven in the Lnti.eran Church
of t lie Redeemer Friday Eu*nintr
M ?y rJ.
T :o c.i ir of h Lutheran Church
)f tlu; Redeemer will give a sacred
onctMt in the church on Friday evening,
May 22. at S: 30 o'clock. Xo ad
mission will bo charged, but an otter- .
i/.g will be ;aken. The public is corjiallv
invited to attend.
T.ie following is the programme:
Festival-March, Tulman?Mvs. Setzler.
Arise, Shine, F.r Thy Lig'.u is Come, ,
Meditation. Bach-Gounod?Mr. Biser.
Duet, Theme From Verdi's "II Trovatore,"
Bird? Miss Hipp and Dr.
(a) Spring's Processional, arranged
:rom Wagner's "Tannhauser Mai'cii;"
lb) Summer Gladn ss, arranged from
Wagier's "Spinning Chorus"?Girl
n x iiTr. r\l.1
Ill-, VV Ch UUill? UVCl laid*. I \11U111
My Pilgrimage, Dudley Buck?Miss
Come, Jesus Redeemer. Bra 1111s?
Messrs. McLean, Timm, Biser aiid
The L )id is My Light, Dudly Buck
?Mesdames Summer and Derrick.
All Hail to T.iee (Pilgrims' Chorus),
Wagner? Mrs. Derrick, Misses Hipp,
Holloway and Cromer.
Miserere (from "II Travatore"),
i w auea ror me i>o a. .vieiraeissoiin?Choir.
Festal Pos lude in C, Rockwell?
Mrs. Setzler. i
Choir?Misses Edna Hipp, Rosaiyn
Summer, aCr-lyn Cromer, Ruby Holioway,
Ca/ylyn Caldwell, Mamie Cline,
Mesdames G L. Summer, S. J. Derrick,
a.id J. D. Wicker; Messrs. F. D.
McLean, A. H. Timm, Xevin Biser and
[)r. J. B. Setzler.
Girl Chorus?Ma'y Kibler, Kathryn j
Harms, Teressa Maybin, Katherine
Efird, Janie MacHowie, Rosalee Summer,
Julia Lake, Lucile Lathan, Re- 1
becca Sligh, Marion Earhardt, Ka ie 1
Eleazer, Sarah Halfacre, Vennie Eleazer,
Julia Summer, Carolyn Caldwell
and Ida Young.
Violinist?Mr. Xevin M. Biser.
Organist?Mrs. E. B. Setzler.
Z!0> SCHOOL CLOSES.
A Successful Session?Good Dinner.
Good Programme?Large Attendance.
The Zion school is ano.her of the
rural graded schools established last
year and bad its first session this
year as a two teacher school. It was
taught last year by Miss Iva Eaddy,
w'.:o gave enure saiisiac.ion. iuis
year she taught again a::d was ably
assis ed by Miss Bessie Huggins. The
enrollment was a little more than 50
and the average attendance above 40.
The school has been very successfully
managed and the school spirit pervades
the entire co -muni y.
This is a very historic school. Prof.
J. B. O'X. Holloway says he graduated
fr:m this same school :n the 29.h
day of August, 1869, during the time
the school was taught by H ;n. Julius
D. Dreher, afterward president of
Koa. oKe college ror z-> years, ana now
a consul representing ihe United
States in the dominion of Canada.
ruling las year another room was
added tD the building and it is now
a ve'y comfortable two room school
building with modern appliances.
The school on Friday closed a:i
eight months term with a very credi:able
exhibition by the pupils.
Miss Eaddy offered a gold medal to
that pupil a taining the highest average
during the year, deportment, attendance,
class standing, all bein*
considered. The medal was won by
Miss Carrie Filk with an av-rage cr
second honor tJ Miss Daisy
You g witli an average of 95; ihird
honor to Mr. Olin Hentz with an averege
of 94. The presenta ion was made
by P: o . W. S. Reiser, who also conducted
t..e closing exercises as master
of ceremonies. At the conclusion
:f the exercises a most excellent picnic
was served, jus: such a dinner as
tiie g-od housewives of tins community
know how to prepare and lo serve.
There was a large crowd present and
every one was in a good humor and
the community spirit was further developed.
Miss Eaddy has been relected,
and will return. Miss Hugging
will also return.
The following is the programme as
S:n, When the Spring With Fairy
TJrtle Welcomes?Alleen L02&.
W. T. Dickert.
Dialogue, The Marrimonial Advertisement;
Play by primary grades: Mabel's
Song, We're a School of Jolly Boys.
Dialogue, Johnnie's Logical Conclu
sion?R y Cromer, Hayne Murphy. j
Dialogue, The Rehearsal?Hen'y
Folk, Edwin Hentz.
S >ng, Still Is the l^ake.
Recitation, Tne One-Leased Goose?
Motion song, .Jolly Bachelors.
Life: A seaool scene ?'"ive girls.
Song by primary grades. Churning.'
The Sniggles Family.
Song by first grade. Sweet Hunch
Parasol drill?Twelve girls.
Delivery cf medal. '
Song, Ring On, Ye Bells.
POJIVRIA SCHOOL ('LOSES
Fine Exhibition?Children " Retlect
Credit Cpon Themselves and
The closing ex'ercises of the P<->- f
maria graded sc'.v.ol were held on
Friday exiling of last week. Tne!
?"hool t. e past year has been taught,
by Prof. W. S. Reiser and Miss Lucy
Ligon, wi h Miss Annie May Bedenbaugh
as m asic teacher. This is o< e !
of the rtira'. graded schools that was ;
established last year. A new brick !
school house was erected and the!
school changed .from a one teacher !
school 10 a two teacher school. From i
an old dilapidated wooden building to j
a handsome two s ory brick building j
with a large and convenient auditor-'
ium. The ladies of the community!
have purchased and put in the building
a handsome piano. They are and
have a right to be proud of the pre- j
gress which the school has made and ;
the wonderful improvement in equipment.
The exercises on Friday evening j
were creditable to the children and j
teachers and while a great many'!
numbers were on the programme-they !
were all short and the audience never'
tired bu enjoyed to the utmost the
entire programme. All the children;
did remarkably well and the pro-1
giamme went thrcugh without the
slightest hitch. ^
Prof. Reiser has declined reelection
but Miss Ligon has decided to remain
wi' h the school another term.
The following is he programme as j
Song, Commencement, by school.
Music by Marion Sezler.
Music by Lois Hentz.
Recitation by Sarah Setzler, "When j
Gradman Was a Little Girl."
Music by L^is Hentz.
Music by Lurieen Aull.
I Flag drill by eight boys.
Music by Annie Leitzsey.
Song, "An April Girl," by music
Recitation by Helen Shealy, "A,
Mortifying Mis ake."
i\TiiciV hv Ynrvi<! Sa'zIatv
; Music by William Aull.
j Japanese drill by primary grades. !
Music by Eloise Hipp.
; Music by Jessie Mae Shealy. !
"Little Green Things," by five chil.
| Music by Lula Crooks.
Music by Rosalyn Williamson. i
Recitation by Tommy Setzler, "An |
Music by Mary Hentz.
? ' J- 1 *C .
I -viubic uy ivjnxiuii ociiici.
! Recitation by J. C. Aull, "The Rag\
I Music by Eloise Hipp.
Music by Lurleen Aull.
.Oar drill by 16 students,
j Home-going s:ng by music class
! Music by Xarvis Setzler.
A teacher in a Liverpool school was
trying to find from a tiny child the
I name of his father, says the Liverpool
Post. He seemed quite unable to think
of it, so to help him she asked:
"What do you call him?"
"I call him fa:her,'' was the reply.
"Well, what does your mother call
I i im?''
The response was elcque.v: of the
manners of the neighborhood: "She
(doesn't call him anything?she likes
STATU; U? 5UU 1 a uin.UL/u>A,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
BY C. C. Schumi ert, Esquire, Probate
Whereas, Mrs. Bota U Wright hath
made suit to me. to gran; her letters
of administration of the es ate of and
; effects of George A. Wright
These are the/efo" to cite and admonish
all and sing lar the kindred
and creditors of the said George A.
Wright, deceased, that they be and apj
pear before me, in the court of probate,
to be held a* Newberry, S. C.,
on Ju e 1st. next alter publication
thereof, a: 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
I to show cause, if any they have, why
| the said administration should not be
Given under my hand, this l*th day
I ot May, Annon Domini, 1914.
C. C. Schumpert,
J. P. N. C.
For seventy-three years the Stieff
Piano has been a leader. Investigate
' our easy (terms.
' Adv.?5-15-tf. Chas. M. Stieff.
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for let!
than 25 cents.
For Sale?Burr clover seed $1.00 per
bushel rough, if in need of any not\:y
at once I). E. Halfacre, R. F. D.
telephone .">.">04. .">-19-2:
Lost?Gold tooth on plate in hand *
bag be ween Newberry and county
home. Reward if returned to Lizzie
Oreenwood, care C. L. Leitzsey. B
graduated Trained -\urse?Calls ans- J|
wered promptly day or nigh:. Nellie
J. Gallman, 836 Hunter s.reet,
near colored Methodist church.
Fur Sale?Corn, in the ear; corn
Stover; four milk cows; four Jer- I
sey heifers. E. 0. Counts, Prosperity,
S. C., Phone 27.
Plants For Sale?Rot and Blight Proof 4,
Tomato. Bell PenDers. Ho: PeDDers.
Cabbage, Egg Plant, Potato Plants.
All 15c per doz., 50c per 100. C. P.
Pelham. . 5-1-tf.
. . 4
Best Patent Flour $5.10 and $5.20. M.
Q. ChappeU. 5-1-lmo. i
Kuggies and Wagons?To make room *1
for nearing shipments we are selling
Rock Hill buggies and Piedmont
wagons at groatly reduced
prices. Special prices on Cane
seed also. Let us show you our w
stock. IWe guarantee satisfaction.
Purcell & Scott. 5-8-tf.
lll./i 11 _ - CC.
rie?se can on me in my new omce
over Mower Co.'s Store. Have oyur
eyes examined in one of the mosi A
tnoroughly equipped offices ia South J|
Carolina. Dr. G. W. Connor.
See Johnson-McCraekin Co. for Deering
Mowers, Deering Harvesters.
We carry a full line of repairs.
For Sale?Two-story dwelling, 9 roooaa
and bath, electric lights, screened
.throughout and newly painted, large
lot wieh running water in ?tables. ?
Apply to 1311 Glenn Street.
Cane Seed, Cane Seed?We hare them
I and can save you money. Nice clean
seed and we give 50 pounds to bushel.
Come to see us. Johnson-McCrackin
We have just unloaded ihe third car
Roofing since December 1st. We
(have the price and the quality is
why we sell so much. We 'have in
this last car Edward V Crimp, Ed
wards Patent Lock, Edwards Re*
Chester Shingles, Edwards Queen
a.nine isuxugiea, uci, uui jmiuco.
Johnson-McCrackin Co. 4-24-tf
My Percion Stallon will maka
his stand this seasen at Quattle|
baum's stable, Prosperity. Fee $2#.
| B. L. Miller. 4-3-tf.
Candy Salesman Wanred?$100 monthi
ly, and all traveling expenses to
! start. Experience unnecessary. Soi
J licit orders from dealers in your loI
cality and surrounding territory
for our high grade Chocolates, BonI
Eons and all kinds of Candies. Write
quickly for full particulars and contract.
Kase Candy Co., New York,
X. Y. 2-13-2m.
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WANTED?several hogs wevghtng
about 100 to 125 pounds. See us before
you sell any kind of cattle or.
hogs. The Cash Grocery, cJ. M. Laae
& Co. Phone 110 or 212.
i Poultry Wanted?Hens. 12 cents
i per pound, frying 15c. Highest
prices for eggs. Player & Graham.
Pure Cleveland big boll cotton seed
for sale at $1.00 per bushel; makes
two bales per acre; also some
! fodder $1.50 per hundred pounds.
| Phone 5602 J. A. Shealy. 3-27-Gt
DR. G. B. RADER,
of Columbia, S. C., will be in Newberry
on Monday and Thursday of each week
i Office McCaughrin Block, office pre;
viously occupied by Dr. 0. B. Mayer.
DR. YOUNG X. BROWN
National Bank Biilding
Newberry, S. C.
"I hear Tom is a gentleman farmer
"Right up to the notch, too. Puts
evening dress on all his scarecrows at