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The Movements of Many People, >'ewberrians,
and Those Who Visit
Miss Hattie Riser, of Selma, Ala.,
is visiintg her aunt. .Airs. Tom Hayes.
Miss Amelia Klettner is visiting relaitves
Prof. W. Edward Monts left Prosperity
this week for Parrott, Ga.
Mrs. H. D. Adams and children are
visiting her sister, Mr&. J. L. Watkins,
(Messrs. W. W. Wicker and H. 0.
Stone spent awhile at Stomp Springs
Misb Elizabeth Deaver, of Carlisle, is
? visiting Misses Mary Butler and Sara
Misses Mary Butler Fant and Sara
Fant have returned ifrom a house!
party at Carlislt. j
Miss Julia Ringer, of Pomaria, is
visi:ing her cousin, little Miss Beatrice
Graham, in Summer street.
Mrs. Wilbur E. Long and little Wilbur,
Jr., are visiting their uncle, Mr. j
L. S. Long at Proseprity.
Misses Marie Dominick and Zula!
Counts, of the city, spent Tuesday j
with Miss Mamie Eddy at Jalapa.
Little Miss Delmar Bailes and her
brother, Lamar, of Anderson, are the
guests of Mrs. Vinnie B. Hayes.
Misses Mary and Doll Perry, of
Augusta, are visiting Miss Moriet
Mr. Rion Workman has returned
to the city after spending his valation
at home at Kinards.
Miss Annie Kibler, o: Xewberrv, is
the guest of Miss Nell Payne.?Laurens
Miss Ellen Wheeler, of Prosperity,
is spending awhile with Mrs. M. E.
Curlee.?Winnsboro News and Herald,
Miss Gene Smith goes to Newberry j
:or a visit to Miss Kitty Mayes this j
week.?Winnsboro News and Herald, |
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Barnett left
for their home in* Columbia Tuesday
night after -visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles T. Paysinger.
Mrs. Jelf B. Amick and daughter I
Miss Ajinie. are on a visit to friends
and relatives in and around Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ruff, of Newi
terry, are guests of Mrs. Ruff's mother,
Mrs. Julia Stevenson.?Winnsobor J
News and Herald, 18th.
#Dr. Meldau has returned to the city
from his summer vacation, having j
visited Washington, Baltimore and the
coast resorts, for the past week.
? T"*- J lTXT.V? C * TV% twa nrAP
ivir. r reu \_-ax x , muuj ??? unmu c, nao
at heme Saturday and Sunday with ihis
parents.?Pegram cor. Greenwood Index,
Miss Mamie Hart, of New,berry, has
Vi MM \Tr\T?rw _
ueeil VISlUUg 11CI Ul'-UU, ;uiss - > w i iXJ.a.
Overstreet last weeK.?iPegram cor.
Greenwood Index, 20th.
'Mr. and Mrs. Jnc. S. Addy visited
the former's sister, Mrs. Porter, in
Newberry recently.?Ridge Road cor.
Leesville News, 19th
George W. Summer, a prominent
merchant of Newberry, spent yesterday
in Columbia on business.?The
Miss Ola Hutcbinson with her aunt,
Miss Lizzie Swindler, is visiting at
Landrum and Greenville with her
uncle, J. T. Hutchinson.
Mr. J. L. Snelgrove and family, of
NeWberry, visited relatives on route
7 last week.?Delmar cor. Leesville
Messrs. J. L. Burns and A. P. Booz* j
?r returned from their trip to Richmond
and Washington. Ttey heard
South Carolina politics discussed dur-'
ing their visit outside of the State.
Little Misses Victoria Moorehead,
of Greenville, and Lolo Flcyd, of New- 1
berrv. have been visiting at the borne 1
of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Fyod.?Seneca
cor. Greenvile News, 18th.
Misses Mary Wicker and little Mae
Moore returned last week from a trip
to Washington with the former's
brother, R. F. D. Delegate T. E.
Mrs. J. W. Haltiwangc. and little
son, James, have returned from Brevard
and Hendersonville, where they
have been spending the past three
1? tr-v, ^ O + o + /-V OAfh
IX UC otaic, ? vwia.
Miss Aldah Miller has returned to
he:" heme in Newberry after spending
awhile with her sister, Mrs. W. G. McCord
011 Ward law street.?-Abbeville
Mr. J. A. Gilmer and Mr. H. E. Irvine
spent Saturday and Sunday with
their friend. Mr. J. B. Outz, at Newberry.?Pegram
cor. Greenwood In
! dex, 20th.
Mrs. Marie W. Russell and little
son Roland left last week for Donalds
to visit relatives and will ivisit in
Greenville before returning to New;
Mrs. T.:os. Pope and little son,
: Thomas, .Jr., arrived in the city Mon-!
day for several days visit to Judge
! ana Mrs. h.. ?>. liary.?Auotrviue jrress
and Banner, 19th.
Mrs. Jno. A. Lindsay and son WalI
ter, after a visit to relatives in Fairfield
county, took a trip to Columbia, j
Charleston and the Isle of Palms, rej
turning tome en Tuesday.
I Miss Frances Jeter, of Whitmire, a
! former teacher .of Wellridge school,!
, was the pleasant -visitor at Mr. W. A.
j Gladden home for a few days this last
- -1- TTT ^I ] ?: J ^ A/nw Vawc
I >\ WCllI lUge UUl . Viicoici
1 18th. I
i Mr. H. S. Metts and family visited j
several days in Newberry last week.?
Ridge Road lir. Leesville News, 19th.
Miss Nell Sh-ealy, of Little Mountain,
h in town with friends.?Lees- j
ville News, 19th.
Mrs. Jos. Mar.n left Wednesday rfor.
I Spartanburg to visit her daughter,
'Mrs Harrv Price, for a few days, af-i
ter wL.ch sihe will go to Baltimore to !
s-pend a month with her daughter, Mrs. 1
A. H. Summerfield.
Miss Euphemia McClintock, presii
dent of the College for Women, has ,
returned to Columbia after a stay oi j
several week in New York, Boston'
and on the coast of Massachusetts. ?
State, 19th. ;
Mr. C. P. Barre has come to New
berry to stay. He has opened a law
office in the office formerly occupied
by Dr. O. B. Mayer, in tne rear or
'Hunt,-Hunt and Hunter in the Mc'
| . <
Miss Leonora Roper left this after- j
noon for a visit to Laurens, Newtberry j
and other points. While here sue j
was the guest of Miss Catherine!
Ciinkscales.?.SpartarJburg Jlournal, J
Mrs. J. A. Simpson and daughter, j
Miss Gertrude, or rrospenty, spent i
Wednesday with Mrs. Simpson's sister, |
Mrs. Wm. Johnson. Mrs. Lucy Young j
spent Thursday with them at
Mr. R. L. Tarrant and family have 1
returned home, after his vacation |
from tne Commercial bank and Newberry.
Mr. Tarrant's little daughter,
M:ss Rose Turpin, is well since her re
tun from the hcjpi'al.
Mr. James I. Campbell, creditman j
for the Leslie-Judge company witlh his i
headquarters in Atlanta, was in the
city visiting his lit:le daughter, Miss
Marie Campbell. He is a .Xewberrian, i
formerly a Jalapa boy, and we were '
- glad to renew his acquaintance.
Tl- ic lilrolv tihat Vr?rris
will take Mrs. Middleton's place at the ]
river. She has been keeping the j
Flor'da cottage during the summer, i
S^e will continue there as matron all
the coming year.?Thornwell Mes-'
I Dr. A. P. Julian, formerly a well ,
known physician of this section, now
of Lake City, Fla., came out from J
| Leesville last Friday and spent a 1
js.ort while at the home of Mr. J. C.1
Caughman.?Delmar cor. Leesville ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Schumnert
, and little daughter, Fredna, and Mr. |
1 and Mrs. Homer Schumpert, all of!
Newberry, left for their homes Mon- J
day after spending several days with |
tae family of their kindsmen, Mr. W.
T. A. Sherard.?Iva cor. Anderson
Mail. 18th. |
The visitors in the home of Mr. J. j
W. Rush last week were as follows: I
Mrs. Ed Ellison and sweet little chil- '
dren. of Silverstreet; Mr. Jim Henderson
and wife, of Greenwood; Mr. Sandy
Witt, of Callison, and Miss Eva,
Duncan.?Lumber Town cor. Green-'
wood Index. 20th.
Tho manv r'ripnris: rv Dr .T. H'ftnrV i
Harms of Newberry college at New- '
berry, S. C.. will be glad to know that j
on Sunday they will be given the op- i
portunity of hearing him in this city.'
Dr. Harms will preach at the Grace 1
Baptist csurch Sunday morning.?'
Sumter Item, 19th.
nf. E. Pendleton Jones, pastor of'
the First Baptist church of Newber-:
i ry. is with Bro. W. R. Smith and the
McCormick church in a series of re
vival services this week. Dr. Jones has
been in much demand for evangelistic
work tr.is season and good results al|
ways follow his efforts.?Baptist Cour-j
; ier, 20th.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
: Tuesday will tell how it is.
Everybody is looking to Tuesday.
The speal:*ng will close tibis week
all around. "Ain't" you glad?
Ti e total eclipse or the sun on FriI
?MB II Mill
day will not be visible in Newberry.
ITcere will be communion at Colony
church Sunday at the morning service.
.Don't forget to see "The Perils or'
Pauline" Friday at the Arcade-Airdome.
Dr. Bowers will preach at the
Church of the Ptedeemer Sunday
After Tuesday there will he more
than enough "1-tol-you-so" people in
Newberry will be right here tb
time next year no matter who is
elected. Tne world is not coming to
an end yet. !
At the opera house Monday night
the episode in "The Adventures of
Kathlyn" was fine, as witnessed by a
Nobody is caring much about the
little county papers D.iis w-jek. Everybody
is looking forward tD the election.
Tuesday and the big war news, i
This newspaper is published in tae ?
best town in the best county in the
State.?Winnsboro News and Herald, j
That is a perfectly natural and legitimate
The handsome new building by Contractor
C. C. Davis for Dr. W. G.
Maves' drugstore is nearing eomple- ^
tion. It adds to the looks of the city :
as well as to the success a: Dr. Mayes.
The candidates for congress are to
be at the barbecue by Counts and Ruff
at Pomaria Saturday. That is also
county campaign day at the court
Messrs. B. B. Sloan and B. B. Leitzsey
appeared before Recorder John
W. Earhardt Wednesday morning 011
the charge of fighting. Mr. Sloan was
fined- $3. The case against Mr. Leitz-;
sey was dismissed. i
Governor Blease's engagements for j
Saturday and Saturday night will take
him respectively 10 Spartanburg,
Greenville, and Anderson, and Mr.
Dominick will be in Anderson Safur- j
The county Democratic executive
committee met again Thursday morn-1
ing. Of the 13 names questioned only
three were purged from the rolls,
namely, Wilson Garner, Ward 4, under
age; John W. Beauford and Lonnie;
Lee Powell. Mollohon club.
Ti:ose who saw the episode in ''The
Million Dollar Mystery" saw a good j
thing. Those who failei to see it
missed a great treat. See the next;
episode in these interesting series of
thrilling events next Wednesday a"
the Arcada-Airdome. \
Fatal accidents by automobiles am
getting to be more frequent and num- \
erous in various places. There are
bound to be several more in Newberry
in the natural course of events. '
People everywhere are reckless.
The senatorial campaign closed at
Sumter H:un=fday, the State rested
lor good at Greenville, the county
' 1 UmaaU /vti+ rv nrn i ? ri C of
party win urean. uut asam uu uaimday
at 10 o'clock in this city and
close up Saturday night at Willow-'
We have just heard of a man in
t' is county who married an angel and
then kicked himself because he didn't
inarrv a cook.?That happened in ,
Fairfield county, according to the
Winnsboro News and Herald. In
Newberry lots of angels are good
-S i.- 1- - : :V. 1 ? l ~ rr^f
it seems iu ue imyi/ssiuic i,u gci
some road overseers to have t:':e loose |
rocks taken out of the road even the
law requires this to be done. No road
however well made, can be put in
traveling condition unless this is done j
and also the open ditches across it be
done away with.?iDelmar cor. Leesville
The Newberry Herald and News1
says thure are 40 candidates in the ;
field in that county, and the Ander- '
son Dai'y Mail says tliere are 53 |
vote seekers in that county. It is
safe to say that there are more can- j
didates in the State than ever before
at one time.?Lowndesville cor. Abbeville
Press and Banner.
The voting precinct for "Ward 3 will
be at Summer Bros.' warehouse, next
to the garage. This club has heretofore
voted at T e Hera'd and News ,
offir-e. The change is made on account
cf the crowded condition of the office,'
made so b;* the increase in tr.e business
o"' The Horald and News since
the Inst election.
Severa-1 people saw a pretty sight'
the other night when the power house
chimney caught on fire. First a dense
shower of sparks, then the straight
smoke and blaze high in the air. One
man said it was the prettiest thing he
ever saw. You missed it. Moral
keep your eyes open of nights. You
might see an airship. Liable to see
anything these times. '
During the series of meetings held
at lit. Hebron Lut'.eran church (Del*
iniTinwfirWMBu in hi i mi hii?hi ifm inn
mar) this week, Rev. W. A. Dutton, of
the St. Mark's pastorate preached on
Sunday afternoon, and tr.e Rev. J. J.
Long, of Little Mountain, preached on
Monday and Tuesday. The sermons
delivered by the two eminent divines
were forceful and were well received.
?Leesville News, 19th.
rra^k Vv. Shealy. a candidate for
railroad commissioner, is well known
by Mr. J. M. Ogilvie, foreman of the
Medium office and he says he is all
right. He is the Jack Perrin, of Lexington
county, and you know he is
hard to beat if that is true.?Abbeville
Medium. T'ris is reproduced
here to be seen by the eyes of a certain
William M. Hamer, in reply to a
heckler, said: "You call him Colie,
but I tell you that he will be cold as
hell."?That is what Mr. Hamer is reported
by the daily papers as having
said at the Anderson meeting Monday.
This is the first time we 'haive heard
of hell spoken cf as being in the frigid
zone?thought it was in the torrid.
Then it is such nice language coming
from such a source.
If you are missing the fine moving
picture programmer, that are now being
shown at Dreamland and Savoy
theatres, you are certainly missing,
in the vernacular of the streets, '^half
of life." Some one recently in warning
stated that Chester's pictures aro
far superior to any projected upon tbe
national capital's screens.?Chester
News. If you would see the finest of
the fine drop in at Newberry. Wells
and Leslie will show them to you.
Hon. R. A. Cooper has gained in
popular favor more rapidly than any
other man in tibe race for governor.
me rieraia ana .\ews 01 .\ewut?ir<y, a.
Blease paper, states that Cooper
would do more to eliminate factional
politics in the State t/nan any other
man in the race >ror governor, should
he be elected, while a large part of the
anti-Blease vote think the same way.
?Winnsboro News and Herald. The
Herald and News and the News and
Herald are together here.
Of all the many nearfires lately the
fire (?) one Wednesday afternoon "*as
the least. At 1 o'clock b'ze loud
screech sounded tiie boys to arms?
fire arms. Nothing doing. Xo fire.
Someone at Mr. 0. M. Buzahrdt's, in
Friend street, imagined fire and sent
in the alarm. Xo harm done, as it is
better to be careful t-Van to have a
firp anri nlthrmofh it is hard tn hrpak
your neck in sucJ'i hot weather running
to no fire, dtil it is best to find
none after you get there than to see a
It was stated in these columns
Tuesday that Mag Bird was convicted
in recorder's court of having hit an
80-year-old woman in the back with
an axe handle, and had to pay $10
for it. There was an error in the de
tails or ti.ie case. s>.ie aid not nit ine
old woman with an axe handle or a
barrel stave or anything. She kicked
'her. But the part Mag Bird didn't
like recorded was that she had stolen
some clothes from the old woman.
There seems to have been a mistake
there. Mag Bird was not convicted o!
stealing, tnere'ore, in this instance,
she is clear of the charge of being a
thief, which no one likes to be called.
The reporter w?shes to do Mag Bird
On Thnrsday morning at her home
in East Main street, Miss Ruby Giggans
entertained with a porch party
the following young ladies: Misses
'Cont TTM i HoflVAr
lyn Hipp, Eleanor Martin, Mary Frances
Pool, Riper, Emma Roger, Bess
Kibler, Katherin Wright, and Florence
Bowman and \!rs. P. E. Way, friends
a? the guest of honor. Miss Mabel Williamson.
After games at miscellaneous progression
and preceding the serving
ef refreshments^ little Miss tMary Elizabeth
Goggans, representing Dan
Cupid, gave each guest a memento announcing
the approaching marriage
in October of Miss Mabel William
son to Mr. Edmund Jahnz, of (Charleston.
The Sunday school of the St. Matthews
congregation, Bet-lehem pastorate.
will hold a special service on
Saturday, August 22, in Die interest
of Sunday school work. Addresses,
recitatiins and music will he the main
feature. Appropriate selections win
be rendered by a male quartette.
Miss Gertrude Simpson, of Prosperity.
a returned missionary to Africa,
will address the Sunday school.
The address^ of welcome will be delivered
by the pastor, Rev. R. Homer
Anderson. Mr. Jno. C. Goggans, clerk
of court, Newberry, will deliver an
address, as will also Mr. Ttomas
| Suber, and Mr. Robert Folk.
| Dinner will be served at the church.
I There will be a morning and afteri
noon programme. All friends cf Sunday
school work are cordially invited
' L.o be present at 10:30 a. m.
TWO BALES NEW COTTON.
Offered Only >'ine Cents and No
Sale Was Made?Put in Warehouse.
, wo :>a;es 11 new couon were
b:or.ght in on Thursday morning by
Messrs. .Ino. C. Hipp and .Jno. A.
Senn. This is t:e first new cotton
for Newberry, 1914.
Up to press hour neither bale had
been sold ,as. only 9 cents was offered.
There will be an all day service at
Beth Eden church *on the oth Sunday
in this month. The Rev. Z. W. Beden'baugh
will preach for us in the
morning at 11 o'clock. Toe Rev. Mr.
Bedenbau^.i has many friends in that
/>Atnmnnitv oo V? r* woe frwr? cmmroi
v.uunmuiu; ao 11^ " ao ivi ot * ai
years the efficient as well as the beloved
pastor of Beta Eden. There
will be speaking in the afternoon. We
extend a hearty invitation to one and
all to be present on that occasion.
. Come and bring with you well filled
i baskets and receptive hearts so that
| we shall be able to feed both the body
and the soul.
P. E. Shealy,
j SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION.
Programme of the Third Interdenom
inational S. S. Convention of No.
j Th/ following is the programme of
; tfte third Interdenominational Sunday
School convention of Xo. 10 townsiaip
! to be held at Colony church on the
I r?th Sunday in August:
10:B0 a. m. Song; devotional ex,
ercises; address of welcome by Holi
land Bedenbaugh. Response by J. A.
i !l:0l) a. m. Discussion; "How Can
| the Teact.er Secure the Attention of
the Restless Boys and Girls?" Jno.
C. Gorans, F. F. Livingstone, Rev.
i E. W. Les'ie.
. 11:20 a. m. "The Influence of the
Sunday Schocl Over the Home,".J. B.
, T. Scott, Jno. C. Xeel, Rev. M. C.
12:00 m. Address by Rev. C. H.
Nabors. Subject, "Some of the Needs
| of the Sunday 'School."
' Song. Benediction.
'2:30 p.. m. Dinner.
2:00 p. m. Devotional exercises.
j 2:15 p. m. Discussion: "Tt'ie Best
| Day to Induce the Scholars to Take
Part in the General Exercises of the
School,'* Rev. Z. iW. Bedenbaugh, Rev.
Y. von A. Riser, Rev. B. W. Cronk.
3:00 p. m. "What Are the Three
Most Desirable Qualities of a Good
j Sunday School Teacher?" W. E. Wali
lace, W. C. Dominic k, Dr. Geo. x\
3:45 p. m. Address by J. B. O'Neall
' Holloway, "Whit Progress Has the
Sunday School Made in the Last 40
E'ection of officers.
Each school in the township is entitled
to two delegates in addition to
tae superintendent who are all requested
to attend. The public is also
cc.rd.aily invited to come and bring
baskets. The dinner will be served
oa the grounds.
T. J. Wilson,
Services at Colony.
j ITi'e pastor having returned home
: after a month's vacation, which he
much enjoyed, will preach at Colony
j on next Sunday at 11 o'clock. Sunday
school promptly at 1J o'clock. Let us
all resume our work with renewed interest.
liTake it a point JLo be at
church every "Sunday in time for Sunday
school and do not come in when
the hour is half over. Serve the Lord
, faitlu'ully and "he will bless us.
Safe and Peasant.
i From a very interesting sketch o.
Newberry college, by President J.
Henry Harms, in the State of Thursday,
20th instant we clip the following
Student life at Newberry is safeguarded
by tiioug.iuui plans for their
. conduct and comfort. The Newberry
~ J~: C J
college ciuo, an organization vl situates
and ex-students in the town of
Newberry, off which Co1. W. H. Hunt
j is pr^siaeru is laying special plans
for the coming session to receive the
young men into tne ihomes of the
town. Perhaps there is no college
where the students and processors live
, on terms of greater friendliness than
J at Newberry and nowhere are the citi!
zens more genuinely interested in the
affairs of the institution. The students
i'ind it a gccd place to live in, au1?
i friends are proud to call Newberry a
| safe college for anybody's boy.
KIKAL (JKADED SCHOOL.
St. Phillips Community Vote Four
Mills Tax?Will (Jet State
The St. Phillips school district has ?
voted a four mills tax and will erect (
a new building and establish a r iral
graded school. Wit'.i ">o children enrolled
the , district will get $200 State
ai ~jr the maintenance of the school
and will have two teachers instead of'
i one. This is one of the districts where
! we had intended to put in a two
| teacher rural graded school a year
ago. It is needed and the good peoj
pie of the district are taking the right
j step. The thing to do now is to put A
I up the right kind of building. ?tj
! .. . " .. . ~ 1 I j
i ommerciai uanK, Jewaerry, s. t. m~,
I Southern Banker for 'August. <H|
Deposits of the Commercial Bank, y,
| Newberry, S. C, are getting nearer to
the half milliar dollar marke every S;
rla v ITl-iov oro ?/va7 4497-R1 9 'I'ha In_ fl
* "VJ ai V uv?? y A uv iu
stitution has been on the "Roll of j|
Honor" for some time. Surplus and ^
profits are $76,155 with $50,000 capital.
Total resources are $588,500. Jno.
M. Kinard, prominent in banking circles
of the State, is president and J. Y.
McFall, cashier. The Commercial is a
| State, county and city depository. J
| SPECIAL NOTICES,
j One Cent a Word. No ad
vertisement taken for lets
than 25 cents.
DR. YOUNG M. BFOWJT, 1j!
National Bk Bldgr, Newberry, S. C#, - A
Grain Drills?'See our new Van. Brunt '
Grain Drill before buying. Best on.
the market. J. T. Mayes & Co. ?
A Lady's rain coat left at my stables. a
Owner may get same by calling at
my office. J. C. Sample. , ?
Wanted?To buy a few calves. A S;
young milk cow?with second calf? I
for sale. E. B. Setzler, 2001 Col- !
lege Street. It |j
Rye I Rye!?We can furnish you with Jj
any quantity you want. J. T. Mayea?
& Co. 8-21-81. M
' Found?Black and white spotted goat J
last (Friday at B. C. Matthews. Owa* < ^
or n <rat co mp hv navinflf frvr ciA~ M
vertisement and cost of feeding.
; Pure Wheat Bran?(Now is the time to f
j buy when you can get it at* the old ?
price. We have it. J. T. Mayes &
Co. 8-Jl-8t I
I Young mUn would you marry if suit- J
ed? Many beautiful Indian girls in * mi
Oklahoma who won rich oil and J^l!
farming lands that are looking for j
husbands. Information furnished free. A
Mrs. M. D. Smith, Box 597, Muskogee,
Jst Received?One car seed rye. We
have the price right. John3on-Mcj
Wood for sale?Two foot, four foot
and stove wood, and dry - lunger, ,
also four good rnlues. John Sbealy. 4
i When in need of automobile transfer
call phone 369-2 rings. B. I. Hodge.
! Wanted?At once, young men for automobile
business. Big pay. We *
make you expert in ten weeks by
mail. Pay us after we secure you - ^
position. American Automobile In
stitute, Los Angeles, Cal. 7-3-lQt
Wanted?Active representatives in
every community earn from $50 tQ
$150 monthly representing the only
j magazine published in the interest
of Southern women. An extraordinary
liberal proposition for anubi- 1
tious people. Turn your spare mo- 1
ments into dollars. Write for full
particulars today. Southern Wo- I
j man's Magazine, Nashville, Tenn.
' 5 or 6 doses 666 will break any case
o\ Fever or Cb'IIs. Price. 25 cents.
Mr Percion Stalion "Fi-Fi" will mak?
Inis stand this seasen at Quattlebaum's
stable, Prosperity. Fee $20.
P. L. Miller. 4-3-tf.
>T.4>"TE1)?several nogs weighing
I about 100 to 125 pounds. See us before
you sell any kind of cattle or
hoss. The Cash Grocery, til. M. Laiia
& Co. Phone 110 or 212.
Plants For Sale?[Winter cabbage, ***mato,
beet, carrot, kale, lettuce,
okra, prize taker onion, oyster plaL1:,
parsley, parsnip, hot and bell pep- lepers;
prices reasonable. Phcne or
' nail NeTVberry Hotel. C. P. Pelham.
i 6-23-tt :5