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Pi KELT PERSONAL
Tbp Movements of Many People, \ew-, i
berrians, and Those Who Visit | Xewljerry.
Mr. .lames G. Brown is in the city. 1
Fred Sale returned Mondav from a ;
rvAlr o* fioit t i\ T)o wl'ilic I 1
t-lli > 1.-5U tvy i^w , *
.\.iss Elizabeth Dominick i.c visiting j-*
friends in Lexington and Columbia. 1'
Mr. .T. F. Moore is in the city, for a I r
few days from Hiddenite. X. C.
Mrs. R. E. Levell and children have |
returned from Ea>!:-y ' j
Mr. J. J. Lang'ord has' returned c
r from a business trip to Charleston. 1
Miss XettL Setzler has gone to c
Toccoa. Gm.. to t-v.ca school.
}Ir. G. H. Cromer, of Blairs. was in | ^
the city Thursday. j r
Mr. C. W. Pant went to Atlanta the P
first of the week to bring back a 1915 u
"Studebaker 4 " or Mr. J. P. Xeel. ti
Miss Marion Mobley has returned i
from an extended visit to Newberry, j
?Johnson News-Monitor, 2nd. j tl
Tas. Culbreath Gaillard has returned
form Toxawav, and is now visiting
relatives in Pendleton.
(Fred. H. Wominick, candidate for j w
congress was a Pickens visitor Satur- j
dav. Pickens Sentinel. 3rd.
(Mrs. Lcminick, of Prosperity, isj p
visiting her daughter, Mrs. 0. P. Bo- t}
land.?Saluda Standard, 3rd. J
Miss Sara Davis will today accom-j0
pany Mrs. A. C. Jones and Miss Louise 'a'
Jones to their home in Spartanburg j
(Mr. Prue Blancrett, of Little Moun- w
tain, spent Sunday with Mr. Arthur P
Newell.? Santuc cor. Abbeville Press e!
and Banner, 2nd.
Mr. Furman Longshore is spending ^
a few days in Atlanta.?Abbeville Med!
lum, 1st. He was in Xewberry this I
Sheriff and Mrs. Cannon G. B!ease I.
returned Tuesdav from Columbia with i.
their little daughter, Colie. who is in I ^
a critical condition. j ^
Wilbur Maclin Sale returned Mon- ' rr
day from Columbia after recently un-j'C
dergoing an operation at th^-Columbia ! n
hospital for the pevailing appendictis. i C
Rev. Edw. Fulenwider and family! ^
have returned from Mt. Pleasant. !p
China Grove Concord and Monroe'; 0
Misses Fannie and Lucy McCaugh- j
rm, of .Newberry, have been t':e guests |
of 'Miss I^aura Barksdale.?Laurens^ V(
Miss Charslie Rhodes, w-'jo has been j ^
on a fortnight's visit to Mrs. George
MdCarthv on Oak street, has returned
to her honip at Whitmire.?The
State, 3rd. ' j
Miss Helen Hunter, who has been j
studying this summer at University0
of Virginia, and has taken a special J
course :.as returned.?Anderson Mail, j
31st. - n
Dr. George B. Cromer, of Newberry, 11
was iu Columbia yesterday, in > at*
tendance upon a meeting of the board fi
/-v f ^ ri t /~\ r? rv1 t rt A T 11 f V> /\r? <<
\jl uiic^Lv/i a w. Liic liuiuuian JJuai u i.
of Publication.?The State, 1st.
Miss Olivia Pursell, of Laurinburg, h
X. C., "and Miss Johephine Dunbar, b
of Xewberry, S. C., are the attractive
guests of Miss Maggie Gasque.?Mar- j ^
ion Star, 2nd. j .
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Swygert spent'
a days if. Saluda county last week j ^
with Mr Swygert's mother \vi o has ! ^
been ver,* sick.?iLaurens Advertiser, j T
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Goggans. who j ^
spent a few days here last week wit'.; L
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Balle have return- ! g
ed to their home in Dallas Texas.?
Laurens Adevrtiser, 2nd.
Mr. G. C. Smith, formerly of the firm ,
of Collins and Smith, but now rept!
resenting the Huntington Construction
company wit t headquarters in
Atlanta, was ir the city this week, iL
Mrs. Frank Austin, of Asheville, .\r. j s
C-, and Mrs. Ernest Austin, of New- ;
berry, have returned to their homes 1
after a very pleasant visit with Mrs. j ^
Ed. Jones.?'Standing Springs cor.'"
Greenville News, 3rd.
Misses Susie Davenport, or New- \
berry, and I-ora Montjoy, of Clinton,;,
spent several days as the guests of ' ^
Misses Carrie Lou and Ruby Cunning- |
nam.?Madden cor. Laurens Aavertis- j
er, 2nd. j1
Mrs. T. H. Keinpson, Miss Mary An- i (
nie Kempson, Misses Ida ana Hattie j
Lester and Rosa Nichols and John ;
Nichols, of Silverstreet, attended theif
Willis-Wheeler wedding in Saluda this j5
Mrs. Jim oetzier, accompanied oy
"her son, Breaker, and sister, Mrs.
Sarah Setzler and Mrs. Elizabeth \
Long, all of Pomaria, were guests 1
last week at the home of Mrs. Hunt. ]
?Standing Springs cor. Greenville,
Miss Mollie Manson has made two i th<
ittle visits away from town this sum- be:
ner. She went first of all to Ga. to He
;ee her mother, and after returning to j Mr
Clinton, she went to Newberry to see j
ler sister. Mrs. Buford.?iThornwell i
Wednesday a number of young peo- | art
>le assembled at Sailers pond for a : Tu
?ay picnic in ..cnor of tlie Misses
Spearman, of Newberry, who are the ;
quests of the Misses Long.?-Trenton I
:or Johnson Xews-Monitor, 2nd.
B. L. Jones, formerly superintend- dej
-nt of the Laurens city schools, was i
n Columbia yesterday. Mr. Jones Igu
lisconiinued his work as teacher, and i A?
s now traveling for the Practical
)rawing company of Dallas.?The
Mrs. R. H. Anderson returned Mon- j <0l
ay from the Columbia hospital after i
ecovering from an operation :or apendictis.
It has only been a short .
'hile since Mr. T. B. 'Anderson retimed
from the hospital, where heJ
ad been in a critical conditon. j 1313
Miss Jessie Lorack kho has been
le guest of Mrs. Jacob Geiger and _ _
[iss Consuelo Dent for the last ten
ays, left Tuesday Tor Presperitv, ?
ccompanied by Miss Lillie Bell Gei- t0
er, who will visit relatives for a j
eek.?The State, 3rd. i ^a'
The graded Sabbath sc'/.ool was then
iken up by Rev. J. XV. Corsan. He
roved to the conference tnat this is i
le most practical way of conduct-j
ig a Sabbath school because by it the I
est work can be done.?A. R. P.'s j peJ
ccount of Spartanburg cnference. lzei
The first address of the afternoon
as by Rev iC. H. Xabers on Young i
eople and Missions. He made an ^ur
arnest appeal to the Sabbath schools ma
) interest the young people in mis- ^U?
ions. To do this, they must be taught nes
> know missions, to pray u'or missions
i nnv tn missions and to eo ior mis-I1*1*'
ions. . IF
Silas J. McCaughpfti, of Binning- j
am has accepted an invitation, !
ansmitted through J. M. Davis, of , ^ut
ewberry, to address the Southern jano
extile association when it meets next ^eo
1011th ii Birmingham. Capt. Mc-j a
augliriri. a native O:' Newberry com - i T
lar.detl Company G, Second South day
arolina im'antry regiment, in the | ry
fz.r with Spain. He enjoyed great Wn
opularity among Columbia members mo:
f the regiment.?The State, 3rd. j me:
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. Fre
Next Monday will be salesdav. Get ..
our registration certificate. '
'Singing and dancing at Well's ojvira Soi
ouse balance this week. 'Take it in., par
Call Saturday, 5th instant, for elec- ! 1
on boxes, on W. A. McSwain, secre- the
J-ry. j wa;
J. S. Danniels is attending the col- sea
red1, .teachers institute in Raleigh, refl
r r j pre
; to \
The army worm, or boll weevil, is
o jest but a pest as was written but
lisprinted last issue. 1 '
Thp ftarlv SeDtember mornings are a.v/.
ne with the morning glory of sun-: ^
ise. | wil
The' regular union service will be ; scr
eld in the A. R. P. church next Sab- lis):
ath eveninf at 8 o'clock. ^
j x r
lA'hat it takes to do for the crop af- ( ^ a
?r the weather gets through with it1 the
:ie cotton caterpillar has. j she
Even yet Maj. Richards has many .
riends who are sorry that he is on
tie wrong side.?Greenwood Journal. ?
.1 * " , u
hat is alwavs tie way.
? ? - * - *- * ? Vx a /\/1 n Avf C ii vl x
Otrwct; ill CIV Uf c.v[;cticu nc.vi. ou J- Lilli
ay afternoon at 5:30 o'clock at St. ;
.uke's Episcopal church, by the Rev. ' ? ,
. . ful
>. R. Gmgnard.
The early closing season doesn't da^
nd until tie first of October. Some ; sut
ave the erroneous idea in their head j rur
bat it ended the first of September. ; gre
There is always something to keep
he price of cotton down. If it was (
.ot the war this time, it would be ^-r<
Cotton will 1>d lak0.1 good care of
iy Mr. .1. D. Wrvc'er, manager of the tandard
wareho'ist-cd ii]>?.ny.# Ware- H
ouse certmca:e- giv^n. . ?-"c
/ . ? , !tio
With Manning as governor of the
Suite, "Red Hair'" will still be the pre.
lominating color.?Lasley Progress.
Jood enoush. , .
When the women get to vote and ; fee
'un for office, will there be petticoat- j coi
ail swingers??Pickens Sentinel. Lets J tei
>f 'em. raz
Every man vote according to the
iictates of his conscience and we will
still all be good friends?Pickens ;:en:inel.
.That means that. Fred Domi- on
lick will get a good vote in Pickens. O*
What is it?wherever it may be? ^
iell is hell, but this hell of Europe ^
is one hell of a 'hell.?'Major F. W. ,
i w r
Barber in Honea Path /Chronicle. War i
is hell and a heap of it.
-Mr. West lives on the east side of scl
r county?Anderson Mail. We can
at that in Newberry city. Mr.
*nry West lives on the east siJe and
O'narlie iWest on the west side.
Von can't get away from t- is name,
e next governor wil! be either
r?harrl I Manning or .John G. Rich
1s.?Anderson Mail. iA'ell. next
esday will tell the tale.
Mr. Cooper was defeated, but he
ll be heard from again in South
rolina politics.?Greenwood Jourl.
Hope so. It is a pity Newberry
'The demand tor buttermilk in Austa
is very large now,' says The
gusta Herald. There is hope for
gusta yet.?Spartanburg Journal.'
t's all get back to buttermilk.
rhe reporter has it from reliable
trees that many voters are sup
rting Manning and Dominick. putg
the man in Manning and the nick
rhe weatr.er bureau man for Columsays
there was no snow in tnat
y during August. Weatherman Peton
has not told us, but there was
snow in Newberry during August.
o many persons go from Newberry
the Columbia and other hospirais
is hard to keep up with them,
ybe Newberry doesn't need a hosil.
. fine watermelon treat was on at
ulberry Park" Tuesday afternoon.
? crowd enjoyed t'.e good treat by
5srs T. L. B. Epps and .J. H. Chapl.
These two public spirited c:tis
pleased the people af "Mulberry
Wio is R. H. Greneker??Orangeg
Times and Democrat. He is the
n who attends strictly to his own
;iness and lets ofl'.ier people's busis
alone, #votes as he pleases and
2S everybody the same privilege
hout (falling out with anybody.
'repare your ballots or next Tues.
Xo matter what the result, there
1 be a little aching felt for a while,
it will pass. Don't fall out with
>ther for voting his way. "I.et tfce
pie rule," and "use the split log
'here died in Washington last Tuesnight
a former citizen o? Xewberwho
left this county in 1S69?Mr.
1. 0. 'Keith. He was one o." the
st prominent and prosperous farrs
^urkey going to fight Greece,
tncli government quits Paris. Ger
ns and French have battles among
clouds. Japanese landing on
nese soil. Attempt made to incite
ith American nations to take a
t. Such are the latest headlines.
"here are all kinds of people in
world. Some are looking forrd
to the opening of 41ie football
son.?^Anderson Mail. Respectfully
erred to one of the best college
lessors in the State, who 'happens
)e with Xewberrv college.
'he Parcel Post Herald is the name
a new paper published at Laurens
Mr. W. T. ("Bose") Crews. Who
:ept "Bose" would ever have
ught or a parcel post paper? It
1 pay you to be one of his subibers.
One dollar a year. Publed
"he lovers of picture shows in
lhalla are particuarlv fortunate
se days, there being two good
>*??/? t *% +Atir?\ T 4- ?>1 K r> fti n rr
5 >U ii ii. ,'s IIUL Duaauiig
en w? say that we doubt if another
"n the size of Walhalla enjoys as
>d picture facilities as does Walhaltoday.?Keowee
beat any town in the State in
5 particular branch of industry.
"he first installment of this power"Millicn
Dollar Mystery" story
)ears in the Press and Banner K>r,
and vre want every one of our
isnrihers to read it. The storv- will
i -for 22 weeks and is by far the
satest story oil the age.?-Abbeville
jss and Banner. People in Newberhave
been and are seeing it at the
?ade-Airdome every Wednesday.
A Card From H. H. Ruff.
wish to thank t'^e voters o No.
township for the handsome vote
;y gave me in the first primary e!ecn
to the office of magistrate, and I
trier wish to t?>.ank those in adnce
tr.at did not support, for their
pport in the second primary elecn
of Tuesday, September 8tlJ, and I
:1 sure if reelected, [ will be more
mpetant to fill the office, the next
m than I was at my first of office as
Fee Newberry city schools will open
MnnHav SeDt.emb(?r'*l4 Mr. .T. B.
Neall Holloway, principal of the
gh school, would be glad to con*
at any time before the opening
the school with any patron or pupil
10 may wish to patronize the High
iiool. He'would be glad to answer
y inquiries as to entrance in the
The City Schools Will Open This Year! .W<
On Monday Morning, September
The fall session of t e fit} schools
of Newberry opens Monday, Septem- th*
i her 14. <ir
i Pupils who are entering the schools ! ne
; for the first time, except first grade da
| pupils, and those who may have railed ; thi
j of promotion and desire reexamina-: da
tion, are asked to be at the high school i su
on Wednesday, September 9, at 9 j
o'clock. The superintendent's office j
i will be open for consultation and clas- j fja
| sification on Wednesday, Thursday mt
I and Friday mornings. \y,
i^asi >ear we 'iiau a Sieai many
very desirable students from f e county
who did fine work. We hope to j th<
:.ave a great many more this year.'
Pupils who can enter our high school j
make a mistake by staying in a one, j sttwo
or three teacher school.
Ernest Anderson, ^
? i or
; i >0.
10 TOWNSHIP SUNDAY
SCHOOL CONVENTION j bo
; The Convention Held at Colony Was j
j One of the Best Ever Held in
tJie County. j nis
i ?' !el:
It was t:ie best yet, in so far as j
! t:;is scribe is judge. The attendance t*1'
j was the dinner plentiful and ex- da
j cellent, t'l:e addresses and the music b?
| above the average. It was held on t>e'
Sunday?the \5th Sunday?as that v>'1
| Sunday is counted an off Sunday in Oc
| country pastoral work. the
The officers were: J. A. ?C. Kibler. is
.president; T. J. Wilson, vice president;
the undersigned secretary. The
vice president presided because of the
i excused absence of t':e president. The :
same officers were reelected, exepting
j the fact that the secretary declined tor
i reelection in favor of Rev. C. H. Xa- an
i bers. ^ his
jThe retiring secretary, who is pre- 1
paring this report, does not have a era
program before him, and even if 'he ice
did he does not think it necessary to at
give again the subjects?every one of cat
vrhich was a good one. Special men- of
tion should be made of the addresses ore
of Hon. Arthur Kibler, Prof. J. B. Xe:
OWeall Holloway, Rev. C H. Xabers, 46
Hon. J. C. Goggans. Mr. Kibler and isti
. Mr. Goggans, two of the most promi- eig
: nent members of the Church of the 'he
Redeemer, at Newberry, said they j
felt at home at Colony, because they all
had joined the ctiurch there. The as
writer felt at home there because he a l
, preached his first, regular sermon in
that church when a theological stu- me
J dent at Newberry college?some -few
years ago?about 18, maybe; but don't jn<
, try to remember the 18. f 19(
TT-ia nannlo onr? t'hid nf Pfll- t ti.
j A V ui?u bu\/ V* W VI*
| ony are hereby thanked for their pu
; splendid hospitality, .or t'heir smiles, a
; hearty handshakes and good wishes. ^
Y. von A. Riser, i i
3Tr. T. Q. Boozer and Miss Alice Anil
A pleasant bit of news was received me
in Xewberry Thursday by the an- bo;
nouncement that Mr. Tench Q. Boozer Sec
and Miss Alice Aull were married in sec
Columbia Wednesday night. Many bei
were taken by surjrise. but there were ye;
some who "'had been expecting it." th<
Both of these young members of Xew- I ]
berrv families have a large circle of mi
friends and are very popular, each hav- his
ing attractive manner?:, winning and aci
retaining friends. The weli-mated audi
.happy couple have unanimous heprtv
congratulations and well wishes. The !
; Herald and Xews takes great pleasure va
i in repeating the following form The rei
State of Thursday: , no
Tench Q. Boozer and Miss Alice
! Aull were married last night at 8:30, it
o'clock at the 'home of the Rev. H. A. da
, McCullough, 1721 Bull street. j ele
Miss 'Aull is the daughter 0:' E. H. ' pe
Aull, editor o: the Newberry Herald
and News, but has recently -been |
making her home in Columbia with i sh
; her brother, John K. Aull, the gov- j
: ^ a to -nxr \f r- Pnn70r
jeruura pi i?ai.c scv,icvai.i. ^UUOVi
j was also formerly of Newberry. t>ut. m.
lis State electricar no?v. j 1
I Both the briie and groom are}
graduates of Newberry college. While j
a student thr-re Mr. Bcozer was one j
o>! the best b.^ll players that insticu- j
,tion -as produced. j
I Mr. and Mrs. Boozer will make'
j their home for the present with Mrs.
j Boozer's brother, Mr. Aull.
Mrs. Eunice C. Monts, t1':e wife of
' ^ T VlAnfr. uroc hAm
.air. j. tii asms .uifuls, ?> a.c7 uui u
March 23. 1S6S. and departed this life Tc
at her home near Saluda school
house, August 31, 1914, at the age of di(
46 years, 5 months, 8 days. Her ni2
maiden name was Con-will, and on
January 10, 1909, she was married to fai
Mr. J. Erastus Vont-5. She was a lifr th:
! long devoted member of St. Lukes ca
I Lutheran church. The esteem in pe
j which she was held was evidenced by th<
the many relatives, friends and neigh- ph
jcrs at her funeral. trz
LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER
mtlav, Tuseday and Wednesday'
Will Ik* Last Cli.nice to Reirist
er This \ear.
The statutes of tie State rquire
D board of registration to be in ses>ii
to issue registration certificates
xt *Monday, Tuesday and Wednesy.
and in accordance with the law
? board will be in session on those j
ys in the office of the county
The law says that no certificates j
all be issued within 3U days of the
te of M:e general election. This
>ans that Monday, Tuesday and i
ednesday of next week will be ihe
51 lor securing certificates
lien will be necessary to vote in
? Xoveirber general election.
Applicants for a cernncate must;
able to read and explain the con- j
He must have paid his taxes on
property, to the amount of $3001
more the previous year.
The supervisors must have the I
oks in the county court house on
5 first Monday in each month and
i two iotfowing days. T.ie^e books :
wever, must be closed and re-. I
lin closed from 30 days be.ore tie
iCtion is over.
rhis last fact i^ the reason why
3 books will be* open but three j
ys belfore the coming election. The
oks will not be opened in October,
cause of the fact tliat^ut 20 days!
11 elapse from the first Monday in
tober until the first Tuesday after
; first Monday in November, which
Tuesday, November >3,?election
. Hallman Three Score and Ten
rhe Rev. S. T. Hallman. D. D., pas
of the Woman's Memorial Lutherchurch,
70th birthday Thursday.
Dr. Hallman is a Confederate vet,n,
having seen three years of serrin
the ranks. He was educated
Newberry college, finishing his eduion
in the t-ieological seminary j
his denomination. He became an j
iained minister October 19. 1S68.
xt month he will have rounded out
.years of service in the gospel minry.
During that time, he has built |
ht churches in the various charges !
Jr. Ha!lraan has a wide reputation j
~~ *< > I nl- oronc r\f tho South I
LU 11*3 L 11C 1VUL.. Vi Uiio \jm. v,4iV .
a writer of religious literature. For j
lumber of years be edited the Suny
school and mission journafl, for
srly known as The Southern Luiran,
but which is now called Tid;s.
For ten years, from 1894 to
)4, he edited The Lutheran Church
sitor, when this church paper was
blt3-ed in Newberry. He has been
contributor to the paper :or more
in 40 years.
Doubtless there are few men in the
ite who have served as trustee
iir alma mater longer than Dr. Hallm.
For 36 years -he has been a
imber of the Newberry college
ird, and much ct: t'ais time he was
iretary. He voluntarily gave up the
:retaryship because of the distance
Lween him and tae sc:ool. For 12
irs he has been'secretary of the Lu- !
iran Synod of the South.
Dr. Hallman is still active in both
nd and body and is preaching in
; advanced age witu the vigor char- j
teristic of his earlier life.
^NOTICE TO VETERANS.
rhe Confederate veterans o': the i
rious townships will meet in their
< trrv TAirncViinc QatlirHstV pftpr
on, September 5, at 3 o'clock to
set one representative whose duty j
will be to meet at Newberry Mon- |
y, September 7, at 11 o'clock to
^ct the county pension board and a
Dsion commissioner for the next
Meeting places of the various townips:
So. 1.?Council chamber, 7 p. m.
So. 2.?G-armany schc&l 'house. 3 p.
N'o. 3? fiVtt. Pleasant, 3 p. m.
N'o. 4.?Whitmire, Z p. m.
No. o.?Jalapa, 3 p. m.
N'o. 6.?Longshore, 3 p. rn.
N'o. 7.?Chap pells. 3 p. m.
N'o. S.?I'topia, 3 p. ra.
N'o. 9.? Prosperity, 3 p. m
Nro. 10.?Jolly Street, 3 p. m.
N'o. 11?Pomaria, 3 p. m .
J. W. Reagin.
the Voters of Xo. 11 Township:
We heartily endorse Mr. Ruff's can"rtr
rpeleot.icn tO the Office Of
And we know tim to be honest and
ir in the discharge of his duties, and
it he is ever ready to act whenever
lied upon and we further ask the
ople of said township to consider
e fact that it takes a )man that is
vsically able to attenclto a magisite's
office, and not a iraan who is
physically disable to make a support,
and try to attend to the duties of the
public -and we being in tiie lower part |
of No. 11 township will gladly say J
uat Mr. Ruff has never 'failed to come
to us whenever called upon to hold M
his courts at or near our home.
i Signed i Frier and Supporters. Ml
SPECIAL NOTICES. * 1
One Cent a WorcL No ad*
vertisement taken (or ieta
than 25 cents. * a
DR. YOUNG M. BROWN, W
.National Bk Bldg, Newberry, S. C. I
. ( HAS. P. BARRE * ]
Attorney at Law
1219 Boyce St. McOufirhrrin Jiutlding. X
Lost?A self-filling fountain pen
screw on cap. If found, please re- H
trun to Herald and New? office. ||
Annie 0. Run & Co.,?Will have fresh M
bread every Friday and aSturd?~ Mm
A 15 oz loaf for. 5 cent:-. 9-4
Dr. G. W. Connor \^ill be in his office
in Newberry on Tuesday, SeptemFor
Sale?Brood mare, colt and seven 1
^ r? mr i \ ?i nt J
Biieey. o. lvi. uuutau, .vewuerrv, i
(Jood Farm For Sale?102 acres on. m
cross read, 8 room dwelling, good ?jj
barn, necessary out buildings, finejH
water, excellent stand for store and^iH
ginnery. School house in sight; V
good neighbors, labor plentiful. Two'
miles of railroad. Have two tracts
adjoining for sale. Apply to Motte flji
Payne, Ninety Six, S. C. Mj
Teackers with certificates wanted im- Mii|
mediately for following positions in
graded or rural sbhools: 3 at $60;
six at $50; 8 at $45; 11 at $40;
$35. Direct from school offic.
Special enrollment. Act quickly. ^H|J|
H. Jones, Mgr., Columbia, S.
Grain Drills?See our new Van Brunt
Grain Drill before buying. Best on
the market. J. T. Mayes & Co.
I?yel Rye!?We can furnish you with ^ ,
any quantity you want. J. T. Mayes &
Co. . 8-21-8t.
rure ?iieat bran?iXow is the time to
buy when you can get it at tie old
price. We have it. J. T. Mayes &
Yonng mi:n would you marry if suit- ^
ed? Many beautiful Indian girls in /
Oklahoma who won rich oil and* ^
farming lands that ^re looking for
husbands. Information furnished free. f
Mrs. M. D. Smith, Box 597, Muskogee,
J'st Received?One car seed rye. We ^
have the price ~ ^ht. - Johnson-McCrackin
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Wood for sale?Two foot, four foot <
and stcve wood, and dry lumber, A
also four good mlues. John Saealy.
Phone 5602." 1
in need of automobile transfer
/.nil ^ OCO 0 v.,-nc D T TJ^^rra
i^aii public i iugo. JLJ. Lm
Wanted?At once, young men for au- ^
to-mobile business. Big pay. We W
make you expert in ten weeks by i
mail. Pay us after we secure you ^
position. American Automobile In- ^
stitute, Los Angeles, Cai. 7-3-10t
Wanted?Active representatives in
every community earn from $50 to
$150 monthly representing the only
magazine published in the interest
of Southern women. An extraordiM
a < ?* 1 ?U 1 f ? r\ Pah #4 TY1 Kl. i.
Ilitrv liucxai yiwpuoiLiwii lUi arnur J
tious people. Turn your spare moments
into dollars. Write for full >
particulars today. Southern Woman's
Magazine, Xasbville, Tenn.
My Percion Stalion "Fl-Fi" will make
feis stand this seassn at Quattlebaum's
stable, Prosperity. Fee $20.
B. L. Miller. 4-3-tf.
WANTED?several Hogs weighing
about 300 to 123 pounds. See us be- m
fore you sell any kind of cattle or A
hogs. The Cash Grocery, K M. Lac# ^
& Co. Phone 110 or 212. *
Plants For Salfc?(Winter cabbage,
mato. beet, carrot, kale, lettuce#
okra, prize taker onion, oyster pla. .
parsley, p_rsnip, hot and bell peppers;
prices reasonable. Phone or J
call Newberry Hotel, C. P. Pelhata. m
6-23-tf. I I