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The Movements of .Many People, >'ew
berrians, and Those Who Visit
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. S pinks returne<
l'rom Dallas, Ga.. last week.
Mr. Henry Jake Rawl, o/ Prosperity
was a visit r here Friday.
Dr. and Mrs. E. H. KiD'er win leav
? on Wednesday fcr Alvy. \V. Va.
Mr. Pierre Gai'lard is making
pleasant .-visit in Columbia.
Miss Ora and Mildred Das'is, of Co
lumbia. are visiting Miss Xell Davis.
Miss Susie Langford, of Prosperity
is the guest of Miss Kate Thompsoi
on Hillcrest avenue.?Tie State 2nd.
Prof. B. C. Monroe, cf Xe\vberrv
college, was in Columbia yesterday.
The State, 2nd.
v Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. McFall and child
ren returned on Monday from Hender
Master Everett Robinson, of Colum
b.'u, is visiting his grandparents, Mr
and Mrs. J. R. Scurry.
Mr. and Ms. J. H. West left Monda;
for a two weeKs sray at jerevaru, -\
Miss Hattie Bell Crooks. Southeri
railroad agent at Lockhart, is spend
ing her vacation at 'home in Newberry
Mrs. J. W. 9:arp. of Newberry, i
visiting her mother, Mrs. M. E. Seybt
?Greenville Piedmont, 30th.
Mr. Le.er, of Newberry, was th<
visitor of Mr. F. M. Boyd on vveanes
day.?Johnston News-Moiiitcr, 29th.
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Mr. B. L. Reams is visiting relative
in Newberry and Greenwood.?John
ston News-Monitor, 29th.
(Mrs. A. F. Lambright and childrjsr
o: Newberry, are the geusts of Mrs
. G. B. Counts.?Union Times, 31st
Miss Minnie Gist, of Newberry ar
rived this week to visit friends in Un
ion.?Union Times 31st.
Dr. J. 'Wj. Sharp, of Newberry, wa;
in the city for a lew days this week
Mrs. A. "VV. Eargle and children are
spending sometime at Newberry.?
' Sumter Watchman. 1st.
Mr. Jf. W. Kinara has returned from
? x f Qnm.
H VlS.il IV lt;idUVC% <11 uumter
Mis. J. R. Davidson is visiting her
daughter Mrs. R. C. Boylston at Blackvllle.
Prof. Gilbert P. Voigt. oi." Newberry
college, is in the city for a. vacation
ol' a few days at the beach?Charleston
Miss Alice Aull. f Newberry, is a
guest in t.:e heme of Mr. and Mrs. A.
S. Tompkins.?Edgefield cor. The
Miss Vinnie Brown has returned to
her .ome in Newberry after a pleasant
stay with !\iiss Frances Caldwell.
?Winnsboro News and Herald, 3isi.
Miss Bell Epting. of Newberry, it
the guest of Miss Grace Castle on
South Converse street.?Spartanburg
Misses Ella and Mattie Duncan, of
Whitmire, are visiting their sister,
Mrs. T^eo. Eison two miles south of
Union.?Union Times, 31st.
Mr. J. H. Setzler, of Greenville, is
? ~ ?*r? T rvn T *rl Afi i Vl
visiting, ulb Si&Lci, ojlis). uuu u/ico, m
Newfberry. She is in" her 86th year
and is very ill.
Mrs. Mary Workman and children,
of Chappells, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
A. P. Lott.?Johnston News-Monitor,
Re/. W. B. Aull and family, of Dyson,
S. C., are visiting Mrs. Aull's
relatives in North Carolina.?-Lutheran
unurcn visitor, ovtu.
Mrs. Clair Workman and Miss Louise
Workman, of Hopewell, and Miss Lelia
Dennis, of Newberry, spent Monday in
tOTYn. Clinton Diaptach, 29th.
Mr. R. L. Tarrant and 'family /ill
te absent from Newberry for two
weeks visiting relatives in Columbia,
Batesburg and Cnion.
Mrs. Charlotte Payne from Newberry
has been visiting her brother
T * ? Dn r An nctnn r- rvr TH*.'
. i l i 11 i a%? :r 'J uuii olwu vv/i . * ?*x
Miss Florence Bowman, of Newberry,
is -f.:e attractive guest of
Marie Zimmerman on Elmwood avenue.?The
iMrs. Blanche Leaphart and 'Mis:
Eslene Leaphart are visiting relative:
in Prosperity and Newberry.?Th<
i.viastci juuu i^unaiu jc uiuict n ik
little sistfr. Harriett, &re visitin;
their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Jno
C. Hipp, at Newberry.?The State 2nd
Mrs. Charlotte Spearman returned
to Newberry on Tuesday, after a tw<
Trees' visit to relatives;?Johnstoi
c >r. The State 2nd.
Mrs. .J. H. Summer and two children. ;
<f..is^ Julia and Harry, returned Satur!
day from Greenville, a.ter a visit to
relatives In r at citv.
X -Mrs. P. C. Gaillard and daughter.;
Miss Abbie. returned Sunday afternooa
i.rom the bij: meeting at New Chapel,'
: where they had an enjoyable time. '
I Rev. \V. \V. McMorris, of Hazel- :
e: ; urst, Ga.. is visiting relatives and ;
: friends in the county, reviving the j
a ! popularity that was his when he lived
Mrs. L. Q. Fellers and her nieces,
Misses Maggie and Eunice Livingston,
i have gone to sperd a month with
! friends and' relatives at Americus,
Mrs. George Wright, who has
i, been visiting at the home cf Mr. Wm.
J | B. Harrison, returned to her home
| at Xewberry Friday morning of last
; week.?Dillon Herald, 30th.
"I (Mr. Clyde Epting and sister, Juan!
ita. of Prosueritv. will arrive today
to visit at the home of D. P. Bodie
I ;ror a few days.?Batesburg Herald,
(Mrs. G. P. Boyd and Master Albert
' Boyd, who have been on an extended
j visit to Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Boyd, rei
turned to their 'heme in, Newberry
i this week?Union Times, 31st.
Miss Lillian Kibler, of Newberry,
* has returned home after a pleasant
r. i visit to her sister. Mrs. Robert Brv
ant, on Whitman street.?Orangeburg
: Times and Democrat* 1st.
ej Miss Rebecca Mahon left Saturday
_! nigat for Americus, Ga., to accept the
! position of manicurist at the Windsor
i hotel. She does this in preference to
igcing to New York.
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Connor left Monday
for Wythaville, Va., to stay three
' j weeks, when they will return to Xewberry
and prepare to leave for CokesV\ll
* AT 1* flllMl U /N r\ f Vl T"?"* A
| UUiJ, 1UI.UIC 11LTUIC, L1IC 1U1 iUCi
- j iome of Dr. Connor.
" i Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawson Goggans
| and baby, cf Dallas, Texas, are visiting
5 'Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gog.
i gans. Mr. H. Grady Goggans, of the
j same place, is expected to arrive to}
] T. Cofield Jeter, exchange clerk in
the Palmetto National bank, left Sat:
urday for Whitmire, S. C., where 'ae
i will spend several days with his pa:
rer^s, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Jeter.?Co!
lunibia Record, 2nd.
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A \T. ?T?oll id in tAU'n
I ? . XX. aUV/X ail AO 111 LV/ ?? 11 L \J UC1J . ]
He will mee. "Ire. .'cl'ill ::i Colum'bia ;
| toiii.rrow and go to the mountains :
rof North Carolina, but will return
about the middle of August for the
coiton season.?Bennettsville iAdvo- ^
i cate. 24th.,
; Mrs. A. Coke Smith and daughter, .<
! Miss Kitty Coke Smith, were the ;
, guests ot Mr. and Mrs. .1. L. Glenn and .
I .lamiiy Tuesday night. They were on ^
t..eir wav to Xewberrv. where ihey
will spend ixic w.iu-..? Chester News
Messrs Irby D. and John D. Shock.
ley, of Orangeburg, were in Xew- t
; berry last week, the former on a i
visit to his daughter Mrs T. 0. Stew- j
i art, of the ctiy, and the latter visiting i
I his daughter Mrs. Welch Wilbur, of
| the county. v
1 Misses Carrie Bell Alice and Pearl g
j-West, Mrs. Ben T. Buz'-ardt and little <
i daughter, Bennetta, Mrs. C. T. Werts i
! her little daughters, Marguerite c
! and Mary, left on Saturday night for ,i
j Isle of Palms to spend a week, going ?
j thence to Aiken. "Hurry back gjrls," s
| a fellow at the reporter's elbow says. I
I Mrs. Ida X. Boozer has returned
j to her home in Xewberry alter a stay ?
I of several days with 'her son, <C. A. t
j Stewart, on X.rth Churcfa street. She g
; was accompanied by her grandchil- 1
: dren, little Misses Ida and Martha i
j Stewart, who will ^isit relatives in i
1 Xewberry and Xinety-Six before their s
I return home.?Spartanburg Herald, c
.Miss Nora Long left Saturday for 4
the far West. She will spend the time '
' until January with Prof. J. Lawson 1
J Long.of Dallas, Texas, t.:en go to the
.Pacific coast on a visit to Mr. Jacob!'
| Long, an electrician in Los Angeles, j
California. She will probably take in j
' tiii. <>y Tifisir ? rvn nevt ctriimor
isiid return home irs the fall of 1911.
: H?>r nephew, Worth Spearman, who j
' ; k s ' is home with ;ier, accompanied
-' li :* on the trip.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Bear in mind the reunion at Little'.'
'; Mountain next Friday.
A heavy hail storm Satuiday after
. i noon at Jolly street absolutely ruin-;
I ed several Harms.
1.1 The Newberry Cotton mills closed 1
. down on Saturday for two weeks to;,
, give their labor vacation.
) j The last -seen of Polly anna she
i ' v " ' .VR on Scott's creek looking -
ov^r the lay of the land for the park.
The county campaign party holds
today at Jjongshores. the State party
at Camden and tin* .senatorial at Chesttr.
Remember that alter this coming
Friday "The Perils of Pauline" will
be shown every other Friday at the
.Mr. Cecil, or' Spartnburg, will be
here Tuesday t> take c'-ar^e of the
penmanship department of the Newberry
''iLiere will be a picnic at the Newberry
Fill near Mr. Backman Suber's
on Wednesday, August ~>th. Everybody
is invited to come and bring dinner.
Read 'Mimnaugh's ad and see what
r.e savs. He is to sell all g:ods on
hand at low prices 'a make room for
new stock., The present stock is
obliged to go regardless of prices.
The protracted meeting by Dr. Maftin
at Smyrna this week will be followed
by a similar meeting by the
same minister at M.rris church next
week, including Sunday.
It requires more sense to be a g>:od
farmer than it does to succeed in any
othpr line o: business.?Anderson In
telligencer. Billy Banks' bright bits
are worth something.
iThe Arcade theatre is running some
now, with "The Million Dollar Mystery"
every Wednesday, "The Perils of
Pauline" every Friday after next Friday
and "Our Mutual Girl" every Monday.
Uness there is an extracdinary revulsion
of sentiment between now and
1916 there is a strong likelihood thai
all party platforms will contain planks
in favor of votes for women.?iXews
mroug-a iaun or tne u-OKing nouse
the vaudeville company for the opera
house last week failed to arrive. For
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this
week Wells will have Wood's Trio
juvenile singing, talking and ancing
At the Arcade-Airdome Tuesday
there will be "Beauty," "Feast and
Famine," "Robert Romance" and one
ether good reel. On Wednesday the
great Million Dollar Mystery" begins,
to run every Wednesday at the
In th^ case of the National bank
f Newberry vs. Perry et al., judgment
by default against all of t^ie
Pendants exceut Martin, no iuds:
merit against him being rendered.?
Prom Sa!uda court proceeding, cor.
"The prettiest girl in the world has
just landed in Xew York," says the
World. She has not done any such
;hing. She is right here. We talked
ivith her last night.?Orange-burg
STews. That's the biggest kind of a
ib. We talked to her one day this
voek in Xew berry w'tere she lives.
If you have that kind of mind you
an enjoy free motion pictures every
light just by looking at the .planets
Hid stars. Like t';,e ocean waves, or
;he mountain peaks lending enchantment
to tiie view, the scenes in the
3lanetary system are never tiresom*
n tv.eir splendor.
Mr. W. R. Koon, a native of Newjerry,
who is principal of the Bethel
school, has been appointed by Governor
Blease as a mem'ber cf t.ie State
>oard of education from the Fift'a
congressional district, to take the
)lace of Leuco Gunter, who has been
iDDointed State supervisor ol' rural
schools, to succeed W. K. Tate.?York
It became evident, when he arose to
i.peak, that Fred H. Dominick, of Newjerry,
was one of the favorites. He
?ct the close attention oT the audience
rom the first word until he concluded
ind notwithstanding the /.act that he
vas very hoarse he made a splendid
speech.?Anderson Intelligencer's account
of congressional meeting at Anierson.
Candidate Evans is quoted
is saying that he "was going to get
ill the votes in Anderson that Ocniinick
did not get.' 'Which shows that
Evans thinks Dominick is the man he
ias to beat.
Speaking of t'.iat bright particular
star, in the northwestern twilight,
the scientist says: "Distance is tho
?roat enchanter t\:at turns giants into
pigmies.*' The same authority says
Mat ii' the sun were to appf ach Capelhi
it would become a satellite of
I hat star, and astronomers in distant
parts, of the universe would look
through their telescopes and say.
"Why, see! Capella has been picking
up a new companion, a tiny, shy-looking
tAvinkler which is almost swallowed
up in the rays of the big star. A
delightfully neve' little incident in
interstellar space!" Wuat magnificient
beauty there is aboive us that
we never have t:me to contemplate.
A. little child says: "Twinkle, twinkle,
little star, Iicw 3 wonder what you
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ENROLLMENT BY (LIBS. h
Total Knrolliuen in Newberry County .>i
Ti.Is Year is 3,&M>?'The Enrol 1inciit
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1 c following is the complete enrollment
of the Democratic clubs in cc
At-woerrj. county, as passed upon oy , b;
icninty Democratic executive commit- j cc
i tee: | iii
Ward 1 lo.V, m
Ward 2 2uS ; in
, Ward 3 Xo. 1 122 el
! i'A'ard 3 Xo. 2 1411
Ward 4 149 (in
j Ward 5 : 218 ! m
' Swilton 34 gi
1 Mt. Bethel 32 at
i Maybintc n 16 ti'
j Jalapa Si W
Saluda Xo. 7 IS
j East Riverside 2S T.
j Central 27 i be
' St. Lukes 46 N'<
j .Jolly Street 44 vt
Kinai ds ... . 41
i Liberty 50 a
! Longshore 79 ii<
Silverstreet 58 d
Walton 37 . r.?
j Pomaria 88 in
j Utcpia 22 j
j St. Pauls : ... 21 |ai
Long Lane 43 I o:
Prosperity 274 at
| Union Academy 41 m
Monticello 51 cc
| Oakland Mills So th
Johnstone Academy 47 v>
* 1 "
; Hartford 50 od
1 TIelena 25 , th
r.:t. Pleasant 45 | tr
Whitmire 342 ai
Chappells 90 ,
I Vaiighnville 37 j
| Mulberry 25 o\.
i St. Phillips 83 !
Dominicks 34 R<
; Saluda Xo. 9 46 cl
'O'Neals 70 |
j Garmany 43 er
; Trinity 29 cl
Zion 53 |
Little Mountain 103 :
1 Total 3366 et
LITTLE BOY LOSES EYE B<
i Hubert Setzler. Son of Dr.^E. B. Setz
ler, Loses Eye, Oil Saturday ;\y
A very sad accident happened on
Saturday afternoon by wnich one little
boy lost an eye.
Hubert/ and Edwin Seczler, sons of Br
Dr. E. B. Setzler, were playing on the q>
college campus, near their h:me. Edwin
was throwing at a target whilo er
Hubert was behind the tree. During
! their play Hubert dodged from hid- m;
j ing just as Edwin threw another stone. K(
! which struck 'Mm in t. e right eye, cur|
ting the eye so that it aad to be taken
1 out, the operation being performed by sn
i Dr. Clarence Kibler, at Knowlton's Soi
j hospital Saturday night, Edwin's
J mother and his uncle. Dr. J. B. Setzler, v\'
accompanying him to Columbia. The Cl
j sr ne cut the eve ball without cutting
a lid. ?r
? ? ie,
To He Married.
j Chappeils, Aug. 1.?>\lr. and Mrs. j Jr
j William R. Smith announce the engagement
of their daughrer, Julia, r-i
R. Derrill Smith, Jr., the Wedding to sh
take place in the early fall. This an- clc
nouncement is of Statewide interest,
owin? to thp nnrrtilaritv nf thp rnn. so
! r-r- * -- I ?
i trading parties. Miss Smith is a young ! cle
| lady of rarf. personality' and by fcer
charming manner and lonely disposi- Sn
lion has endeared herse'.'f to a aost of cle
friends throughout this and other
Mr. Smith is a rising young man of -In
Newberry. He is the junior member !
of the Cirm of R. D. Smit'h ? Son and Fe
1 is a man o? sterling worth. The young cU
couple will make their home in New- <
i Ihprrv tt'llPrP t'npv will ho rx'al j->iVmor?
| vv* . ^ , ?? UV* V ?- -wy ill WU TT vivviiitu
i by their many friends. Jo
Death of Mrs. Koon,
Mrs. Vinnie Koon died on Friday at ois
, 7 o'clock, p. m., at the home of her cle
j son-in-law, Mr. J. Luther Williams, !
j of brain disease, and was buried at
West End Sunday afternoon at r>
j o'clock, service by the Rev. Edward At
Fulenwider. She was 77 years old.' H.
Rev. Tillinarliust Crushed to Death. ! ku
Spartanburg, July 31.?Relatives cl<
p."]-*' received word tonight ' of the
death of Rev. W. Norwood Tilling-' T.
h st. an lvj)iFCc-paI clergyman of Co
Washington. D. 0., at Morganton. X. 1
C., up' n attempting to board a mov-' sii
i ing train early this evening. He fell
under the wheels. He was a son of
t':e Rev. .1. H. Tillinghast, of Eastover
mi I kii
IllnstrUted Lecture. jclf
A lecture, "T:e Light of tihe World," (
illustrated by 50 lantern slides, will j
be given by Rev. Charles Haddon Xa- !
bers in the Prosperity A. R. P. church ->c
j-.'xt Sunday at 8:1 *?$>. rr..y
*i?' rnvite:l to be" t t
:XK( ITIVIE COMMITTEE MEETS
amiirers Appointed l'unrimr of Rolls
Le t lo Subsequent .>Ieetliiiir.
The countv Democratic executive
iminitiee met in the court nouse oil
iturciay. The meeting was in ac.raance
with t."?e constitution of the
ii iy which requires t'.ie committee to
eet on or before the first Monday
August to appoint managers of tae
It was decided to call off the meetg
at Fairview and to cuange the
eeting at Young's Grove irom Auist
15 to August 14. The meeting
Willowbrook was le/Jt to the execute
committeeman frcm the club in
The c'-airnian read a letter from Mr.
?>. Stewart asking that his name
; placed on the club roll of .'Ward 3
a. 1 cLtfb and stated that he had been
>ung in mat wara ior a niuuioer oi
>ars but on account of his duties as
traveling salesman he could not get
Nre in time 10 enroll. Of course, un:r
the rules whicn require t-.at the
ime must be* signed in person, nothg
cculd be done for Mr. Stewart.
The committee then proceeded to
>point managers as follows. Sevreai
t'..e executive committeemen were
jsent and the appointment of these
anagers was felt to the executive
mmitteeman from each club and if
e chairman could not get in touch
Lth him by /Monday he was authorii1
to make Cae appointment. In case
ore chrmlrl he a VSMTIPV fiif> PYPP11
ve committeeman from the club is
thorized to fill it.
Ward 2?H. H. Aibrams, B. L. Bish>,
D. B. Werts, clerk.
Ward 3 No. 1?W. F. Ewart, J. W.
sagin, C. H. 'Cannon, L. W. Jones,
Ward 3 No. 2?L. A. Tew, G. Y. Dickt.
M. J. G'osnell, I. T. Timmerman,
Ward 5?J. Eddy Franklin, John
mmerman, S. C. Hiller, M. M. Padgt,
Oakland?T. J. Digby, Jr., M. S.
>die, C'-arles Wofford, B. L. Allitton
Helena?B. E. Julien, G. P. Hill,
elch Wilbur, D. C. Spearman, clerk.
Hartford?J. F. Hawkins, C. S.
Linmer, J. S. Hutchinson, M. B.
Garmanv?T. W. Folk, J. J. H.
own, Claude E. Abrams, John T.
Mt. Bethel?S. J. Cromer, J. C. Bak,
Geo. S. Ruff, J. A. Brown, clerk.
Aluioerry?.J. u .Nance, (j. w. Marin,
H. Monroe Wicker, Thos. W.
Mt. Pleasant?T.io':. P. Adams, M. J.
ciith, J. S. J. .St'ber, W. X. Hendern,
Whitmire?Boyce Duckett, T. H.
atscn, .John H' lder, Jno. M. Suber,
Long I^ane?H. L. Felker, Charlton
omer, S. W. Derrick, T. E. Cuand\
Jalapa?Luther Long, W. W. Riser,
., Hix Ccnnor, Will Waters, clerk.
Trinity?H. B. Hendrix, J. S. Longore,
D. J. Dehart, J. R. Hendrix,
Longshore?W. 0. Pitts, J. W. Willi,
A. R. Dorroh, Geo. Martin,
Reederville?D. S. Satterwhite, I. M.
lith, Art'-.ur Mills, 0. G. Johnson,
Dominick?Jno. A Livingston, T. S.
.venport, Herman Brehmer, Jr.,
o. T. McKittrick, clerk.
Saluda, No. 7?H. B. Lindsay, J. L.
llers, W. H. Sanders, J. S. Werts,
vaugnnvuie?u ti. senn, j. v.
hnson, P. N. Boczer, B. W. Good11,
Utopia?I. P. Cannon, G. IW. Nich5,
J. A. Schunipert, H. L. Boulware,
Prosperity?J. D. Quattlebaum, J. j
Lg. Young, Robert K. Wise, Vernon ;
St. Lukes?.T. I. Boozer, A. H. Haw-j
is. J. W. Bedenbaugh, X. A. Xichols.
Saluda, No. S?Jacob A. Bowers, E. j
Mayer, D. !\r-. Bei'enbaugh. Geo. A. j
> k, clerk.
O'Xeall?J. Willie Long. Oscar Weslger.
.1. H. Koon. Pat B. Wise, clerk. !
Monticello?'P. B. Warner. P. W.1
iunts, B. S. Counts, T. L. Dawkins. I
Liberty?G. F. Hunter. W. F. Dawnc
r t. y.pstpr R. r_ Hunter.
t'nion?M. L. Sxrauss^-Malcolm L.
ng, D. "W. Buz?nar(i't^. M. "Wilson,
' C. Krbler, M. R. Singley, W. B. Boin-,^
! est, clerk.
i St. Paul?J. D. H. Hi-bier. C. K.
| Epting, F. L. Wicker, L. B. Beden!
bauga, clerk. J
Central- J. D. Koon. G. \\. seybt,
Siigh Wicker, .1. A. O-unts," clerk.
Zion?Wilbur Ringer. C. B. Eargle,
G. D. Young, .1. W. Kinard, clerk.
St. Phillips?Benj. Halt acre, Barnes
Peister, P. H. Kinard, .J. J. Kibler,
; Walton?B. M. Suiber, W. H. Folk,
;; >V. E. Crooks. J. L. Crooks, clerk.
Pomaria?Ben. M. Setzler, G. Simps
Long, J. Thad Kinard, Clerk.
Upon motion oif Mr. J. L. Wise i?
was decided that he usual voting pre-fi
: uutis ui uie ciuus ue ctuuptea as I'uh,
voting precincts for the approaching^^
, primary. 1
Mr. J. B. O'Xeall Holloway moved 'j
j that the papers be requested to print
| the club rolls of the various clubs and
that each paper be paid $30 for the
work. This proposition was opposea
by Mr. B. B. Leitzsey and Mr. J. L.
Wise as a waste of money and flagrant
extravagance on the part of tine committee.
It was urged by Mr. Holloway
and Mr. H. T. Fellers as one *
way cf getting a proper and correct <.
j eiiiimiiein.. l pon a division vote tne
motion was lost by a small majority.*
Upon motion of Mr. Leitzsey the
proposition "brought over from the
last meeting to pay the managers 50
cents a day for their services was laid
on f:e table.
The committee then adjourned sub- %
ject to the call of the chairman.
Nothing was done towards purging^
j or correcting the rolls. ^
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SFECIAL NOTICES. >
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for lest
than 25 cents*
DR. YOUNG M. BROWN,
National Bk Bldg, Newberry, S.
For Sale?'Splendid set cf harness and
rubfoertire buggy. Cheap for cash. -v
Frank C. Sligh.
Dr. JE. H. Kibler wil! be out of the
city until August 25.
Doctor Stuck will be out of town
Monday until Saturday morning.
Wood for sale?Two foot, four 'foot
| and stcve wood, and dry lumber,
also four good mlues. John Shealy.
When in need of automobile transfer
call ph:ne 369-2 rings. B. I. Hodge.
The Famous Old Hickory Wagon?^
pronounced 99 3-8 per cent, perfect ^
by Samuel Ray, the 'farmer conducting
the U. S. experiment station at ; 4
Oregon, 111. For sale by JoJmsonMcCrackin
Wanted?To buy old libraries, old an^H
second-hand books/ large or sm<yfl
quantities, also very old newspaper?
steel engravings and fire arms. Yfl
Old Book Shop, 118 Pat ton Avenue?
Ashevillefi N. C.
Wanted?At once, young men for aul
tcmobile business. Big pay. W?
make you expert in ten weeks bjBr
mail. Pay us after we secure yoifl
position. American Automobile In?'1,1''
stitute, Los Angeles, Cal. 7-3-10? .;!<
Just .Received car Ellwood Wire Fencfl
ing any height from 24 to 58 and
to 12 inch mesh. Also wire ga^esB
Wanted?Active representatives inV
every community earn from $50 to ^
$150 monthly representing the only \
magazine published in the interest
of Southern women. An extraordi- j
nary liberal proposition for ambi- i
tious people. Turn your spare moments
into dollars. Write for full
i particulars today. Southern Wo
man's Magazine, Nashville, Tenn.^t
5 or 6 doses 66G will^break any case*;;
ol Fever cr Cb-i!s. Price, 23 cents. V:
3Iy Fercion Stalion "Fi-Fi" will make fl
Mis stand this seasan. at Quattle- I
. baurn's stable, Prosperity. Fee $20JB
B. L. Miller. " 4-3-tfffl
ir K \TFll ciiroral h ncr a n'oiyrhln m
about 100 to 125 pounds. See us be- fl
fore you sell any kind of cattle Q^J
"nogs. The Cash Grocery, ifl. M. Lan^^
& Co. Phone 110 or 212.
Plants For Sale?(Winter cabbage, t-o- |
mato, beet, carrot, kale, lettuce, 4
okra, prize taker onion, oyster plait. \
1 Vi Af A n J
parsiev, pcu amy, uv. auu utu
pers; prices reasonable. Ph^ne or
call Newberry Hotel, C. P. Peliiam.
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