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I'IKKI V l'ESSOXAL
The Movements of Many People, New- ]
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wiriaiiN ??iiu iin?5>e ??ny tjsu
Mr. Paul Halfacre visited in Laur- j
ens las Saturday night.
Mr. Oscar PeWrson re.urned last j
week from a trip to Laurens.
Mr. Lewie Asbill. studen" of pilar- ;
macy at the Baltimore University, is
home :'or vacation. ^
Miss Lila Summer has returned
from Klizabet'.i college. Chariot e, after
spending a week in Atlanta.
Messrs. H. H. Blease. L. W. Jones,!
J. B. Hunter and B. V. Chapman at- I
tended the supreme court this week.
Mr. Frank Shealy, candidate for!
railroad commissioner, was i.i New- j
berry on Wednesday.
-Miss rannif i.-i i isiung no |
brot her. Mr. J no. R. Leave'l, in Green- j
.\fiss Blanche Davidson was brides
maid at the Zobel-Yonce marriage
Tuesday night a Helna.
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Connor's many i
i ?! a? ^ r> O O rvrr\- tA tllQt t "> OV I
iiidiud aic i; iu ii^cAx tiic* v. .
will shortly leave Xe'wberry. . luey i
will be missed. "* j
Mr. Chas. P. Barre, who graduated
this week from he law department of
the I'nivresity o:' South Carolina, was
in the city a few days ago.
Misses Myrtle Epting nd Cleone
Hayes are two Newberry young lady
graduates of Lander college t'lis
Miss Nellie Shealy, of Little Mountain,
is spending several weeks in j
Pickens with her sister. Mrs. J. W.
Ballentine.?Pickens Sentinel. 4th.
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LY11SS ftosa D.atve, 01 ouemciu, ajo., i
is visiting Miss Lillian Kibler, her
schoolmate from Randolph-Macon college.
Among the large list of Clemson j
graduates this year is Benson Mc
Hardy Jones, mechanical a-d elecrri-1
Messrs. J. C. Gc-ggans. Sr., a.id R. |
Y. Leavell attended the commencement
at Furman this week. Mr. Leavell
is a member ot' the board of
Misses Rose Nichols, Anna Harms j
a :d Es elle Bowers, of -Newberry, |
Eunice Long, of Prosperity, and Ger-j
trude Boland, of Little Mountain, are j
among :he graduates?normal course ;
with degree of A. B.?just from the j
Wi arop commencement.
Mrs. Bessie Dove, of Lynchburg, Va.,
is visiting her ;riend, 'Miss Anne 0.
Ruff. Mrs. Dc?.e is pleasantly remem- j
bered as formerly the popular milliner 1
orJ-i'o Clio ic at nrp?pnt pn
<X L 1111 a. u. ?3 11 O. AO MV vwv^^v -w?
joying a vacation from her millinery j
duties at Winston-Salem.
Dr. Cromer delivered the annual ad-.
dress bef3re the closing exercises of |
the Saluda high school last Friday j
night. IThe Standard says it was "per-!
haps one of the bes; ever heard here j
of its kind."
"We are sorry to note that Hon. Geo.
S. M-<wer went down last week to'
the Presbyterian hospital in Colum- j
bia. We trust he may be speedily re-;
s ored to his wanted heal h. He is
a useful, public spiriated man.?A. R.
Dr. Bowers preaciid the baccalaureate
sermon his week at ;he commencement
exercises of Summerland
college. The Batesburg Herald says
"Dr. oBwers spok\ with ease, elgance
and simplici y that charmed and inst:
uc ed t';e large congregation pres-1
Mr. and Mrs. W. X. Autry, of
Hampton Gin., are visiting their ,
daughter, Mrs. J. 0. Dunston. At
about the time o: Gen. Lee's surrender,
Mr. Autry 021 his way home, J
walking, passed thr:ugh Newberry..
The Euiso pal church is the only '
"building he recollec'.s.
Mrs. J. H. Summer, Miss Lila Sum-!
mer and Mr. Roy Summer attended the
marrieg in Atlanta this week of Mr. J.
E. Summer, of Jacksonville, formerly ;
of Xewberry. He is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Summer and is a fine young j
man whose sterling qualities make [
him popular wherever he is known, j
He will bring his bride to .\eweorrj
later. The Herald and News hastens
to congratulate him and to wish him
and his fair bride all ihe happiness
they could hope for.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Dr. J. Wm. Folk is announced fo:' j
the legislature. |
several months ago.
Hon. Geo. S. Mower returned on
Monday from the hospi al in Columbia
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The Airdome has reapeiiea -or luu i
season, offering the public a mighty I
fine place of amusement. "Thej
Perils oi* Paifine." a thrilling tiling,
j the now A:cade Airdome Friday.
Even the power at l>arr S.ioals is j
110 strong enough ro unearth inat |
robbery of seve:al montiis ago.? j
Grenwood Journal. C-ime down and ,
iri ie. it ut, also the case oi the new ;
baby left in :ront of somebody's house !
Laurens conn y is a go d place to
gj to in lie convalescent state, ill
strengthens a man s weakness iu 1
climb the rocky hills of Tylersvile. and |
it is delightfully refreshing 0 scent j
he fragrance of the wild grape bios- j
soms in the woods.
Subscribers will please examine their '
labtls. Some subscriptions have ex-1
pired a.:d hose subscribers will be j
cut off if they are not heard from in j
rhe nex few days. So if yju don't |
want to be cut off let us hear fr.m |
you. All are treated alike.
A certain farmer says he fed one
of 'his sows saw dust by mistake for!
rice Hour and hat the said-sow gave
hirt'n tn ?f>ven Disrs. four of whicu had
woode.i legs while the other tnree
were stump suckers. He is no. tiie
man that uok a p^ir of shoes to the
laundry for repairs.
The reporter has returned, but he
is not doing much 'o.i the paper, the j
weather being ho and he having to be !
caref 'i. He hopes his friends will n Jt J
expect much of him S3 soon after his ;
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recovery irom a iung mucao. * ,
he is busy with the collec ing and
straightening out the mailing lists.
A citizen of Xewberry engaged some
cherries, saying he would take all that
was brought iiim. The man brought
196 quarts. It was a few more than
he citizen wanted but he s uck to his
bargain and took them all, paying 10
cents a quart straight. It kept his
family busy canning a little bi .
'Newberry wants a ^nau^u***.
Next thing you know Newberry will
be trying her hand at a booster trip.?
Greenwood Journal. Newberry wants
all that is coming ;o her and all tha.
she can get. Gree.iwood wants more
than she will ever get. Don't be so
The Woman's Missionary socie v o:
Central Methodist church will meet
"VT >nHqv s>frprnor>;k June S. at 4 o'clock !
at tie home of Mrs. iC. H. Cannon, j
At E. L. Rodelsperger's market on j
Thursday af ernoon we saw what JVIr. j
Rodelsperger said was the largest j
beef .he had ever handled. It net ed
sss nnnnds. and was native raised.
Ripe tomatoes from the garden are I
early for June 3. Mr. Will Hornsbyj
had them 011 Wednesday.
dience when i: was announced that a
medal was to be presented. J. Willie
Mitchel, whose name must ever be j
linked with Summerland college, and
a lover of art and o: artists, had offered
a medal for he greatest improvement
in ar . This was won by j
- <. i
-Miss Evline Monts. of Prosperity, ana
was the first medal ever won at Summerland
college.?Cor. The State, account
commencement, June 2.
\fwiiprrr Building1 and Loan Tom
pany Holds Annual Xeetin??Six j
Per Cent. Dividend.
IThe annual meeting of the stock-1
holders of :he Newberry Building and 1
Loan companv was held on ThursI
Mr. F. R. Hunter presided at the
iThe present directors were reelected
as f~':o\vs: Goo. R. Cromer, W. G.
Ho. .-eaI, C. J. Parcell, C. D. Weeks,
George .Johnstone, H. L. Parr. S. J.
tw?v-ir at \. Snearman and H. C.
The following officers were reelected:
Geo. B. Cromer, president; W.
G. Hcuseal, vice president; M. L,!
Spearman, secretary and treasurer;
Johns:one and Cromer, attorneys.
An annual dividend of si> per cent, i
was declared. The business is in fine
Jefferson Davis' Birthday.
Memorial exercises were held Wedi;esda^.
June 3. 1914, Dv Drayton
RnthArf-.rri rhanrer. U. D. -C., at tbe ,
X- -- r
residence of Mrs. R. D. Wright, to eel- j
ehrate the birthday of Jefferson Davis. J
rro this meeting a delegation of ten
was invited from each of the following
organizations: James D. Xance
camp of veterans, Jno. M. ivinara
camp sons of veterans, Calvin Crozier
chapter, U. D. C., and both children
s cnapters, the D. A. Dickert and J
0. L. Schumpert.
The following interesting pro- ,
gramme was carried out in an excel- J
Prayer?Dr. E. P. .Tones.
Old Ken:ucky Home?Quar-!
Address?Dr. James Mcintosh.
Music, Sewanee River?Quartette.
Bestowal of Crosses of Honor.
Music, Southern Airs?Mrs. Setzler. /'
After 'hese exercises a delightful
social half hour was enjoyed by all.1
THE CITY SCHOOLS i
HAVE JUST CLOSED
ONF OF MOST SI'CI'FSSFI'I IV HIS.
TORY OK SCHOOLS.
Twenty 4>mduates?Programme 01
Exercises?Award of Prizes and
The Xewberry city schools held
this week exercises closing a very
T.ie exercises at the high school
auditorium on Monday nightt, June 1,
c insisted a.' a recita ion contest by
girls ol' t'.ie Waveriey literary societ\
and a debate by boys of the Athanaea.;
society. .Miss Ruth Digby won
a. nr . T ^ ^ f ...
L.it! YV . 3. LittUg'lUrU IIH'Uti 1 1 >; I'.ueilence
in elocutio... Miss 'Fannie Eleazer
The debaters were Messrs. Ralph
Higgins, Xeely Cromer, William
Thorn: 11. .John Higgins, Forrest Dickert
and John Floyd. Mr. Ralph Higgins
won the .John M. Kinard medal
for the best debate, and Mr. John Higgins
was awarded honorable mention.
The question for debate was: Resolved,
Teat lie city of Newberry
ought to vote an additional tax of
three mills for school purposes. The
affirmative side won. Some of the
p nts advanced by the affirmative
were :hat the trustees after running
the schools most economically and
with insufficient teaching force find
themselves at the end cf the year $1.500
in debt, that at Hoge school one
teacher has enrolled this year 168 pupils
and another 188, that the outlook
is for an increase of 30 in the high
school enrollment a.?d he need of
another high school teacher, that
Speers street school needs very badly
an additional teacher, tnat West End
school ought o have two more teachers,
that the schools ought to have
an up-to-date manual training equipment,
that more men are needed in
tae ;eaching force, that the Speers
Street school needs additional repairs
and painting, that the higa school
building ought to have a $7,000 annex
so as to pr vide an additianal class
room, a library, scientific laboratory
a::d a larger auditorium, fiat several
S ates in the union pay five times as
much per capita of population for
schools as South Carolina pays, and
that several cities of the State pay
twice as many mills v for schools as
^ a- -if tlm hiah
wii 111 esua y ULIUI inu& m, Ui0?
school auditorium a deligh ful elementary
school exercise was held.
The following pupils were competitors
in an oratorical contest: Lillie Woodward,
Garvis Taylor, Azile Parr,
Nancy Fox, Herndon Sample, Garland
Taylor, Margaret Kinard, Edwin Setzler.
Edward Epting and A'bbie Gaillard.
tMedals were awarded to Abbie
~ -j tt t11 o i r.
liaiuara ana neruuuu ouuhjic. mu^iv
was furnished by Sophia Nell Crotwell,
Harriet Adams and Selma Cro well.
T^e following pupils were awarded
seventh grade ce^tifiactes by the superintendent:
Emily Hoof, Gray
Hays. Nancy Fox, Annie Dunstan,
"Robert Sentel, Estelle Kibler, Ambrose
D-^nohue, Joel Wertz, Harriet
Adams, Marion Blease. Nina Maude
11 ci ?*?? ? iTrtvn'p TTVoH 'AT in -
V IlH-pptJU, Octui iuui i 13, a. i * ",
aie Lurey, Wal.er Lindsay, Azile Parr,
Ruth Schumpert, Louise Stilwell, Bessie
McCarey, Ot o Klettner, Edgar
Paysinger, Harry Summer, Mary
Fra :ces Cannon, Frances Houseal,
Kr.oks Jones, Roberta Mann, Pauline
Fant, Sarah Davis, F^rriette Mayer,
Marguerite Spearman. Mary Wheel
ITlie Rev. E. D. Kerr delivered for
he Civic league prizes offered for essay
in the elementary schools on some
subject of civic importance. The
banks of the city gave S2.r>0 in g )!d
to tiiree winners. At Boundary
street Rober a Mann, honorable mention
of Brooke Jones and Azile Parr;
subject. Value of Trees. At Speers
street Xancy Fox. honorable mention
Xina Maude Chappell and 'Marion
Blease; subject. Playgrounds. At West
End school Pearl Padget, honorable
mention Eva Robinson, James Caldwell;
subject, Danger of Flies.
Tuesday night at the opera house
the graduating exercises were held.
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The following graduates receiveu ui^u
school diplomas: Misses Teressa
Maybin, Rosalee Summer, Annie Halfacre,
Julia Lake, Lucile Lathan, Mattie
Mann, Marie Evans, Rosabel
Thompson, Cora Lominack, Maude
Abrams, Rosa Amick, ar.d Messrs.
Xeely Cromer, Marion Bax:er, Ray
Gallman, Thomas P^.rks, Ralph Hig
'HNlUom Thnrntnn T-T PVUMi'fi
glllS, ?v xuiai.il _
Miss Teressa Maybin recrved fi-'st
> nor and "was valedictorian. Mr.
Xeely Cromr, second honor, delivered
" r J - ,v ^.-%-xA Tannifl
IV! IS SOS ^Vlciuuti n*p Li emu t>cuui\<
Morris were awardd State high school
diplomas signed by the Sta*e high
school inspector. State superintendent
o Education and the g vernor vvaich
j certifies tha tiiey have done lull 14
: Cariif^ie units ;<.nd have completed the
| ! 1 th ade.
I) . Geo. ti. Cro:ii?T delivered a very
j strung and :orceiul address to the
Thw Oito Klttitner medal 1'or liigii:
est ii nor i.i i.ie graduating class was
j in esent-u in a p.ca&i- g manner u.?
!l i. \\ .11. Hun Lu Miss lVessa
The history mecial ottered by Mr.
i 1. ii. 11 ii hi was pi tented very eft'ec!
nVt'./ uy L/V. ii,. i'. J ones o Miss ler|
I _ . i
! Tae .Marcus L. spearman liiauiej
malice prize of in goal was
! awaruca by P.O.. Hoilovvay La Aiiss
I t>er.na Gail man.
' The \V. C. T. I". $.">.(>0 for tae best
! essay o.i the subject, "The Haim ~i a
i wu.:> Hwarued to -.vliss ,
The 0 Xeall Ifoiiovvay medai for
roady wri.ing was awarded by mm
to Miss Teressa May bin.
line ^10.00 of the A. A. Thomas
Piano company, of \ugusi, Ga., was
; awarded to Miss Sarah Williamson
I f v <-*v/--pl1pripp in 11ULIIG
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j The O. and r. K. Salter prize, a set
! of pictures, f-r second highest honors
! among thr* graduates was awarded to
i M: . Xeely Cromer.
The .Jonn h. Aiaye? *35 wa ch offeri
ed for excellence in the grammar
I schools for the best scholarship exi
aminati n was awarded to Miss Emily
! The J. Marion Davis scholarship
j medal in Speers street school was
: won by Miss Emily Hoof.
The Z. F. Wright medal ?Jr excel>
lence in scholarship at the Wes. ^nd
i school was won by Erich .Jones, hon;
orable mention Julu Davis.
Tlie -J. L. Keitt $-".00 prize for exj
cellence in scholarship at Boundary
! street school was won by Miss Azile
j Parr, ho.:crable mention Miss Rjtwrta
j XIann. j
Atlanta, Cons itu.ion, 3rd. j
The wedding of Miss Linda McLen:
don Miller and Mr. Joan Ernest Sum- i
| mer, or' Jacksonville, Fla., was an in- j
- " " " ^ lnct fllfOilinor * 9 k" i n S?" I
j teresnng event ui iaot ?a ^
place at the home of the bride's par- j
! en s. Dr. and Mrs. Rovall James Mil- !
j ler, on Peach'tree ptece.
| The ceremony at 9 o'clock was witnessed
by relatives and friends.
1,:"" T \fov Riair nf Monroe.
1Y115& LlUL 1C -Uttj
! X. C., was maid of honor, and the
bridesmaids were Miss Martha Rogers,
Miss Florence B. Smith, Miss Helen
Brown, of Chattanooga, Miss Annie
Wi .ship Bates, Miss Margaret "Vil;
liams, cf Macon; Miss Lila Summer,
UI .>D>ucir?, kj.
Mr. Gray Alexander, of Jacksonville,
, was Mr. Summer's bes man, and little
Miss Martha Burt Miller was flower
j The wedding music was played by
Miss Clarence Jackson, of Tuscumbia,
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Ala., and Dr. Gaines, o. Agnes ouu.i
college, was the officiating minister,
i The bride entered the drawing room
with her father and was a picture
of girlish loveliness in her wedding
gown of ivory win- e satin with draperies
of point d'Alencon lace. Her
veil o tulle fell fro ma becoming
cap of lace, in w>*ch wer caughi
rangt blossoms, and she carried valines.
The maid of honor and
-w. r\f ivliirn
the bridesmaids wore g^wua
crepe meteor and carried white sweet
peas. The little flower girl wore a
dainty white lingerie g:wn and carried
a basket of whi e sweet peas.
ho limisp rhere was an
1 ii i uu5iivuk uv, w?
vartistic decoration of palms and ferns,
which were massed luxuriatnly, and a
profusion of white sweet peas and
In the dining room the bride's table
was c vered wi- h a cloth of Venetian
lace and in the centre was placed a
large gold basket filled with white
sweet peas and maidenhair fern. En'
1 C'irCllllg no Uasfttri, ncic oaiuiivi
kets o: silver filled wi h white sweet
peas. Silver candelabra had green
shades and silver dishes held green
and while mints.
! At one side or the table was the
i wedding cake containing the usual
| emblems and decorated with little Cu|
pids. About t'.e cake was & wreath of
j white sweet peas caught with artistic
bows of white tulle. The bride's mothi
| er wore a handsome gown of white
sati i with draperies of blaQk ciiantilly
lace. The groom's mother, Mrs.
I Summer, of Newberry, S. C., wore
Assisting in entertaining "were Mrs.
IW. J. Loving, -Mrs. Bun Wylie, Mrs.
' ~ r:\fr-Tn
P. L.. Wcoaruu ana miss ?.ii:hc .?w?
! tosh, of Thorn isville.
i v n?rv M^irt'nip nnd Miss Mary
I .MISS i- mc v .u.
; Pit a-'d served punch.
Among tiie out-of-town gues'.s were
Mrs. Sanrne? and Messrs. Roy and
Hugh Summer, of Newberry, S. C.,; j
Mr. Edwin H. Smith, of Gainesville. 1
and a group :f Agnes Scott friends, j
who were Miss Ethel McjConnell. of I
Commerce; .^lis L:uise McXu'.ty. of !
19 TO GRADUATE AT j
uu cnvcuvuth' th i>?k\rii k\r.
( u.Ai ii'KA l'i!
Lxi-rrNo Cu/'cI'.jiUmI \\><lms<ia) Morniuj;
With Awarding oi Diplomas
Commencemnt at Ne\vbcr:y college
. . .
I begins next Sunday morning witn tne
baccalaureate serm n be:ore the >
graduating class by iae Rev. G-eo.
: Gongaware. of Charleston. *
! The past session of ae college has
been a very successful one. The
graduating class numbers ,nly 19, :
but -hey have done good work and ,
I represent the patronage of the col- j
/?*>? ni'nro 1 slrotnc
ll-^c iiv;iu DC ? V.1 ui
I is expected t.iat there wil be a !
very large a tendance of visito/? upou
the commencement exercises. There
i are in Newberry and vicinity some 25u !
j or alumni and ex-students, who
some time ago organized as a New- !
berry college club with Col. W. H. )
j Hun as president. The club has met
! twice, a d at he last meeting it was 1
'decided unanimously t>.at he club j
| membership would make special ef- .
r'nrts in assisting the college au hori- ;
i ties in t!ie entertainment of the visi- '
j tors f r commencement.
Banquet Tuesday S'felit.
Xewbery has always been noted
i for he hospitality cf its people. With
; this organized body giving special atj
tention to the e. tertainmen; of comp:encement
visitors, it will probably
go down in history o::e of the best and
i most enjoyable ever held. Tuesday j
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I lilgil. HIIGF iae lliurm v uuuicss tut
j Newberry clut) will give a banquet,
which will be one <:.f the featurs of
the commencement. The Hon. A. F.
Lever, who was selcted .0 deliver the
I literary address to the literary socie- j
' ties Tuesday night, will be detained in j
j Washington by his duties in congress. '
w.ill Kft !
[ and anotner speaKer mn uc ,
j tilted, his name to be announced later. j
I The followinr is the programme in
Saturday, 8:30 p, m., Holland hall,
sophomore declamation con est for
! medal offered by literary societies.
Sunday, 11 a. m., beccalaureate ser-j
,1 T C?s\rv or-j _ !
mon by tne ttev. ijreuise >>. uuuBu .
ware, D. D., pastor of St. John's Lu h- ;
| eran church. Charleston; 8:30 p. m., J
I address to Y. M. C. A., by the Rev. i
Chavles P. Mclaughlin, cf Concord, !
j.VC. . j
I Monday, 10:30 2. m., class day ex- \
! ercises on campus and presentation of 1
I class gift :o the college; 3 p. m., an-j
I nual meeting beard of trustees in :
'president's office; 8:30 p. m., junior?
?:?1 f rvnpr3 house for
i ora y 1ii x v* ^H CC*u ^^ * ? ? ?
j Tuesday, 10:30 a. m., annual meet|
ing alumni association, with address
by Charles L. Traber., Esq., Oakland,
Cal.; 8:30 p. m? address to li:erary j
societies; 9:30 p. m., annual banquet,
of alumni and ex-students.
Wednesday, 10:30 a. m., graduating !
' exercises, awarding of diplomas and j
j granting of degrees.
' ? -c -t,? or^o rJiiQfinp- r>las? Of
'Aieiiuoers ch uic ? j1914
' Daniel Felder Barber, Cameron;
Xevin Macauley Biser. Frederick, Md.;
Herbert F. E. Bultma:\ Sumter; Wade
1 Hamp on Dutton. Leesville; D. Ellis:
Efird, Lexington; Richard Clark Floyd, ,
! Xewberry; Robert L. Hipp, Ellgree; 1
Edward R. Hipp, Xewberry; Harry j
Edsar Isenhour, Ocncord, X. C.; Julia
Ethel .Jones, Newberry; Joseph L.
Keitt, Newberry; Arthur Boland Lin1
dler, Li tie Mountain; Murray Wheeler !
Rikard, Newberry; George Abney j
Stoudemayer. Ba'esburg; Carl D. j
Weimar, Jacksonville, Fla.: Robert j
King Wise, Prosperity; Pleasant L. K. :
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Dea ton. Statesviiie, .\. u.; Aioeri no..- ;
ry Timm, Augusta, Ga.; Louis Her-;
bert Wink. Augusta, Ga.
i Dawson: Miss Essie Roberts, of Fairjburn;
Miss Sarah Hansell, of Thom- j
asville; Miss Florence Brinkley, of J
Decatur: Miss Zollie MCArthur, Miss I
Clara Whips, o* Gadsden; Miss Mary!
r,* win'pr 'ille: Miss Chariot e 1
; x <j.j ivi, v. ? ,
| Johnson, of Tuscumbia, and Miss j
i Helen Davis, of (Chattanooga.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Summer left for a
wedding trip north and will be at
home in Jacksonville on their return.
The bride was a popular member of!
the class graduating last week from
, Agnes Scott college. She is beautiful ,
j and accomplished.
j The groom is one o: the best known I
architects in Jacksonville and is pop-i
j ular socially.
j ??Tarried on Tuesday night at S
o'clock, by the Rev. Edw. Fifenwider, j
at the residence of the bride's parents,
Helena, Miss Julia Zobel, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Zobel. io Mr. TV.
P. Yonce, o: Johnston.
!>. A. DicKert (iiaptwr.
9ht I>. A. Dickert chapter. Children 1
of the Confederacy, will meet wita
Miss Frances H.ilfacre Saturday.
June t'<. at o'clock.
Kli.-o Peters n, i
SPECIAL NOTICES. j
O.ie Cent a Word. No ad
vertistment taken tor leu
than 2d cents.
During the summer mon.hs I will
hoiu a class lor children needing
coaching. For further particular
apply to Mrs. .J. E. Norwood, 1311
Glenn St. 6-5-2t
or Si rayed?Red and white spot- 1
ted c w; years old; short horns; ^
ramer raw boned. Suitable reward
if returned to .J. V. Clary. It >
For H.ile?A young milk cow or two.
P: ices reasonable. Will trade for
dry cattle. E. B. Setzler, 20ul, Col
Repairs?Everything repaired from
an automobile to a hairpin. Motorcycles
and bicycles a specially. Ex-,
pe: t repair man will give your work ,
prompt attention. Harley-Davidson I
Headquarters, Crotwel^Ho:el build- I
LET A\>E 0. RUFF & CO. sell you
<M>ii'ee, grits, rice, Hour, sugar canned I
goods. We keep the best groceries
and can save you money. RejifcSibd^j
her us on vour next order. A.^P
' Ruff <te- O;, Phone 5-29-4t ^
For Sale?Few pure Hted Shropsire ^
ram lambs for "breeding. L. W.
Mowers and Kakes?See our Dam
Mowers and Rakes before buying.
Best lish tdraft mower on tke mar
ket. We keep all repairs. J. T.
Mayes & Co. 5-26-3:
Plants For Sale?Rot and Blight Proof
Tomato, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, I
Cabbage, Egg Plant, Potato Plant*, f
All 15c per doz., 50c per 100. C. P. *
Best Patent Flour $5.10 and $5.20.
Q. Chappell. 5-1-Xmo.
Fuggies and Wagons?To make rooaf ^
for nearin? shipments we are selling
Rock Hiii buggies and Piedmont
wagons at greatly reduced
prices. Special prices on Cane
oaarl olcn T.of n<c filin? vnil *?lir * }
stock. iWe guarantee satisfaction.
Purcell & Scott. 5-8-tf.
See Johnson-McCraekin Co. for Deering
Mowers, Deering Harvesters.
V. e carry a full line of repairs.
For Sale?Two-story dwelling, 9 roonua
and bath, electric lights, -screened
.throughout and newly painted, large
lot witfh running water in stables. ' ^
Apply* to 1311 G-tenn Street.
Cane Seed, Cane Seed?We have then
and can save you money. Nice clean
o n rJ Ttra on\r a ^A nniinH^ tn hiiah.
occu auu nc ^ V / puuuuo tv WUCM
el. Come to see us. Johnson-McCrackin.
We have just unloaded the third car
Roofing since December 1st. We
lhave the price and the quality is 1
why we sell so much. We 'ha.vife in M
this last car Edward V Crimp, Ed
waMs Patent Lock, Edwards Re*
rt'Too'or Qhincrloc TTr? u.'o rr? a Qnonn. H
V v,?; v. i kjiuug i vo, '? ma uj vt uv-v/w
ar.nie Shingles. Get our prices.
Johnson-McCrackin Co. 4-24-tf ^
My Percion Slalion *Fi-Fi" will mak* > J
his stand this seasen at Quattlebaum's
stable, Prosperity. Fee $26. A
E. L. Miller. 4-3-tf. A
\Y \ XTEU ?several hners 'wei^hina
about 7 00 to 125 pounds. See us before
you sell any kind of cattle %or
nogs. The Cash Grocery, tl. M. Lane
& Co. Phone 110 or 212.
Poultry Wanted?Hens 10 cents per
j - ? : 1 " 1 O/n tl:
pouna, irjiug u jra-ieiieas.
prices for egg?. Player & Graham.
Pure Cleveland big boll cotton seed
for sale at $1.00 per bushel; makes
two bales per acre; also some A
fodder $1.50 per hundred pounds, fl
Phone 5602 J. A. Shealy. 3-27-?t
Trespass Notice?All persons are hereby
forbidden to hunt or trespass om f
my land, by stock or otherwise. The .
law will be enforced against all 4
trespassers. J. J. Epting. ' *
Graduated Trained >'nrse?Calls answered
promptly day or night. Nellie
J. Gallman, S36 Hunter s:reet,
near colored Methodist churcl:.
Have your printing done at The Herald
and Xews oilice?then yon know i,
that it is done right. |