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ffhe MoTements of Many People, >'ewberrians,
and Those Who Visit
i\Ir. Robert E. Leavell left on yesterday
for his rounds of West Virginia.
9 ' * - tt^3 ?-v vt -> ic- vi sirino
-U1SS .\anme nruucisuii io
Mrs. J. M. Bowers.
Mr. .T. B. Cook was in the city or.
Saturday from Prosperity No. 3.
Mr. .T. D. Lorick, of Prosperity Xo. j
6, was in the city Saturday.
Mrs. Frank C. Sligh and little son j
have returned from Greenwood.
Mr. W. s. Mann has been reappoint- j
ed janitor of the court house.
Mr. Humbert M. Aull, of Xewberry,'
was here this week the guest of relatives.?Anderson
Mrs. J. 0. Erwin, of Spartanburg, is
visiting Mrs. I. H. Hunt, 1225 Cal-j
iioun St. ;
Miss Lillie Mann, bookkeeper at J.
A. Mimnaugh's has returned from Columbia.
Miss Elizabeth Dominiek attended
the Raysor-Meetze wedding at St. Matthews
Mrs. F. C. Sligh and little son Frank
are visiting her parents ;Mr. and Mrs
Tabor Hill, in Greenwood.
Mrs. S. J. Leaphart is visiting *fcer .
friend, Miss Elizabeth Dominick at
Newberry.?Lexington Dispatch, 6th.
John Bushardt, of Newberry, spent
Tuesday with Mrs. Ernest Lorick in .
Oak street.?The State, 9th.
Mr. Robert Porter has been made a j:
c&ptain in the military ranks at the j1
Citadel academy, Charleston. <
Mr. J. H. Alewine was in the city on }
' Saturday from Chapin, having changed
from Little Mountain.
Miss Nellie Adams left on Monday
for Columbia, to assume her duties in *
tl:e engrossing department during the i(
session of the legislature.
Mr. Roy Armfield, of the Newberry; <
Observer, was a welcome nisitor to |
Edgefield one night of the holidays.? A
Edgefield Chronicle, 7th. j
Mrs. H. J. Garrison and her daugh- ter,
Miss Ruth He^er, of Winder, Ga., <
are visiting Mrs. Garrison's daughter,
Mrs. B. E. Julian. (
Dr. Clyde Epting. o: Newberry, was 1
? ? - - i
the guest of Mrs. Ernest Dent tnis \ ?
week, returning to Baltimore to re- <
sume his studies at the University of 1
Maryland.?The State, 9th. 1
iMiss Juanita Eptmg spent a day or
so this week with her cousin, Miss Sue '
Dent* in Senate street, on her way to j ^
Summerland college from her home in
Newberry.?IThe State, 9th.
Mrs. G. B. Shockley and attractive
iittle daughter, JFredna, have returned
from a visit to their parents, Mr. and *
L\?rs. J. F. Cromer, at Newberry.?-Lex- '
ington Dispatch, 6th. ^
Air. William Smail, of Winnepeg, ,]
and; former -superintendent of con- j
etruction of the Parr Shoals develop- j
ment was in Newberry last week on a ?
visit to Mr. Henry L. Parr. (
_ ?, ^ ^ ^ 11
jvir. ana Mrs. j. Ji;. summer, wno
ibave beer, visiting his parents, Mr. and 1
Mrs. J. H. Summer, left yesterday (
for their new home in Greenwood, (
having moved from Jacksonville, Fla. 1
Mrs. W. S. Williamson went to Co- j
lumbia yesterday to return last night .
with Mr. Williamson who has been .
at the Babcock sanitarium for treat- J
ment, having suffered a breakdown in ,
Mr. J. W. Pitts took his daughter, <
little Miss iVera Elizabeth, to the Columbia
hospital last week. After the
removal of her tonsils and adengids
the little patient was returned to be:
home doing well.
The social season was ushered ir? on ,
the new year when Miss Rosa Ratch- i
ford entertained in a cfcarmins and i
unique style at a miscellaneous shower
in honor of Miss Tillie Deaver, who
"will on the 20th of January become
the bride of Everett M. Evans, of New- 1
berry.?Union Times, 5th.
President Harms is one of the most ^
interesting and popular speakers
neard here from year to year and 'his
coming is always the signal for an 1
unusual attendance. The meeting will (
last one nour.?'Wnat ne i\ews ana
Courier says of Dr. J. H. Harms, who '
spoke on Sunday afternoon to the '
Charleston Y. Of. C. A. ^
Mr. Ford Kurtz, of New York, of the
firm of J. G. White and company and
chief engineer in the construction of
the Parr Shoals development, spent ]
l several days the past week with Mr. ]
Henry L. Parr in Newberry. It is said ,
that there possibly was other attrac- i
lion in Newberry for this young New <
Yorker rhan the pleasure of a visit to
'iis friend 'Mr. Parr.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT,
"Su^ora" didn't work, so ''Elaine"
takes her place.
The Solax theathre opens today. The
feaad will play.
Musical act and dancing in vaudeville
this week at the Opera House.
Voices of Che night?soft and low,
sweet and musical?at the Lutheran
church Sunday night.
The Bachelor Maids will meet with
Miss Eva Gossans Tuesday afternoon
January 12, at 4 o'clock.
Auditor Eugene S .Werts will be out
of his office all the week taking tax
That entertainment at the Lutheran
church on Sunday night was like a
sweet dream. The Lutherans had the
Mr. G. W. Bowers showed us a peculiarly
shaped egg, which Tooked to
be very hard and like it had been
mashed flat on one side, shortening
its natural shape.
In the published list of counties
paying State taxes up to December
31, Newberry paid $2,856.79 (percentage
.065) out of the assessment of
The Herald and News is requested
by Mr. R. T. C. Hunter, to state that
ail those who ha/ve had petitions asking
a referendum on the liquor question
send the same to him not later
U- 3 --C -r? ' /"v 17*
tiian odiurua) ui 'WUCA.
Policeman B. F. Melton caught oJ^n
Dorroh, colored, selling whiskey on
the Sabbath. Recorder John W. Earhardt
on Monday gave Dorroh, who
pleaded guilty a sentence to pay $75
or work for 30 days. On account of
the war Dorroh couldn't pay.
Making old shoes as good as new
isv the art of that ready-made sho3
man, Mr. J. Lurey, of West Main i
-4 *. 1 Tr?(-nr.o? TIT "LJ "Dl o f o I
street, aiueu uy vctcia.ii *v . ??. uiatc.
When you get a pair like that together,
pairs of old shoes are made eve;i
better than new in some instances,
rhis i.s &n actual fact and can be proved.
Manager Henry B. Wells, of the Opera
House, started his benevolent
'oninaian hv H cn-i-vM n cr hie Wf>rinP?:rJn V
Kf J WV? ,
performances to charity. Not satis?ied
with; that he has enlarged his
scope by dividing his Tuesday receipts
?or \voithy purposes. These together
vith his :ree Friday afternoon enterainments
fcr the children, will give
VIr. Wells a lasting place in the heart
)f the people.
''The Clutching Hand/' the supercriminal,
is the foundation of "The
Exploits of Elaine" the new serial
)y Pathe, it is in 15 installments,
>ne every week in two reels. Pearl
iVhite, who played Pauline will again
)e seen in the leading part. Never
.vas there a serial with such thrills
is are found in this one. If you enoy
good detective stories here is one
or you at the Arcade today.
"See that man hanging to the "wire?'' ;
A'as one of the first remarks to the ]
"eporter as he was going down Main j
street yesterday morning. Looking
jack he saw the figure of a man partly
eclining on the awning to the Commercial
bank. People were looking.
Men were there with a step ladder and
irms outstretched and bended necks,
ocking up. First thought was that
mother unfortunate lineman had been
electrocuted. Approaching nearer, it
<\as discovered to be Mr. Russell Tid
narsii, who tad slipped to the edge
>f the awning after trying to open his
)ffice window from the outside. He!
iad forgotten his key, and as he had j
>pened up that way before, thought
le would do so again, his window beng
next to a window he could get
:hrougli from the inside of the buildng,
but this time his foot slipped,
rie didn't get hurt, but some people j
.vprp fris:htenpd at first, thinking he i
Scared, but No Coward.
"You look scared, lieutenant." said !
Che coarse grained fellow in the ranks j
to an intelligent .voung officer as the ;
regiment was ordered to charge.
"I am scared," was the frank reply. |
"If you were half as scared as I am j
jrou would be on the run five miles in
the rear."?Boston Transcript.
PARENTS A>D TEACHERS
SPEERS STREET SCHOOL
The weather permitting there will
)e a meeting of the parents and teachers
association of Speers street school
it the school building on Wednesday
ifternoon at 4 o'clock. A full attendince
is desired as business of importance
v?'ili be transacted.
The meeting of the Farmers Union
published to be held in Newberry on
Monday was very slimly attended. Mr.
J. W. Reid, the secretary of State
anion who was to be present v id not
:*ome and did not send any message.
Mr. B. Harris who was in Newberry
made a short talk to the few farmers
present and it was decided to
iiold another meeting and reorganize
<-V?? "niAn +Viic nnnnfv T^ho TTlPPt
Lll KZ Ull i.\J LI -lix lii-o vvuwv,' . - - v ? w ing
will be called by Mr. R. T. C.
Hunter and due notice of the time and
place will be given by him.
THE SEWS OF PROSPERITY
Death of Rer. W. P. .(.'onnts?Rook
Party?.Judge Hair's House
Prosperity, Jan. 11.?Miss 'Mamie
Birge, of New York, is the guest of!
her uncle Mr. S. S. Birge, at the Wise
Mr. William Whiteside, of Hickory
Grove, C. S., has been visiting his sis- j
ter, 'Mrs. C. H. Xabers.
Mrs. Mary Brown, of Columbia,!
spent the week-end with Mrs. Elvira J
Miss Charlotte Jackson has return-'
ed to Columbia after a month's stay j
| with Miss Annie Moseley.
i Miss Kate Barre SDent Monday in j
Mr. and Mrs. Joe. B. Hartman and ;
little son, Everton, spent the week-end :
, in Little Mountain.
Mrs. Janie Reagin 'has returned j
from Haralson, Ga., where she was
called on account of the death of he;brother,
Rev. Henry P. Counts. Rev. j
/Counts and family moved from her? j
about a year ago and his death brings
sorrow to his many friends.
LVIiiss Ellen Werts entertained most j
charmingly a body of young people at
Rook on Thursday evening. Refreshments
The house warming on Friday evening
at Judge B. B. Hair's was enjoyed
by quite a number of young people
irpm the town and surrounding
The W. C. T. U. will meet Tuesday
afternoon at '3:30 with Mrs. E. W.
The Daughters of Confederacy will
celebrate Lee's birthday Tuesday, January
19th. Full programme will appear
in next issue.
Mr. B. L. Miller Had the misfortune
to lose his fine horse named Fii'i last |
week which cost about $1,300.
Mr. Ervin M. Mills and Miss Vinnie ;
iM. Taylor bot'h of near Prosperity, I
were married Sunday, January 10, at |
thp T/ntheran narsonaere Ren E W.!
A Most Valuable Book.
"We have seen, in the hand of Dr.
W. G. Houseal, a letter to his brother,
Mr. W. P. Houseal, of Columbia,
which was written by the Rev. C. H.
Little^pastor of St. Lawrence Parish
Evangelical Lutheran church in Morrisburg,
Ontario, describing a book
that 'he has in his possession. lAs Mr.
Little says the book is of no especial
\alue to him aside from its antiquity
he writes Mr. Houseal that he will
turn it over to him, believing it would
be of especial interest to him "as a
sort of heirloom in the family."
It is an old German book of funeral
sermons published in 1687. Mr. Little
says the book was the property of
i the Rev. Houseal, United Empire Loy alist
Lutheran minister, who came to
Halifax in the years immediately succeeding
the Revolution, and that the
book has on the front lid inside the
| followin inscription apparently in Rev.
"Johan 'Ytiehael Houseal, D. V. M.
"Si Christum discis: sat est, si castera
"Si Christum nescis: nil est, si cas
Memenio Mori: n,xas. as.
"Homi soit qui mal y pense!"
And in another's handwriting, "Soli
Rr Unncanl tc An fVm TfVi oron oro ?
Xm/ X # lXVUOtrai *0 VII UUL O I l/U ^vuviu
tion descended from the Rev. John
Houseal. The book has been mentioned
as being a valuable prize for
any library, a I it is a very rare work
It will be highly prized by Mr. "Wm.
Htouseal, who is 'fortunate in falling
heir to it The Herald and News is
glad to have come across so interesting
a piece of information.
A Little Fellow Who is Brighter Than
One of the brig-litest little boys that
ever gladdened a community by his
presence is little Charles Bowers, the
inntViorlaCf. /%Vn"M r>f \Tr A T Rnwpr5
iV/kJO Wi ATX* ? i.X, U . ?'V ' w. WJ
of Atlanta. Charles is being reared
by his grand mother, Mrb. J. F. Todd,
in Newberry. He is exceptionally
smart for his years, being not quite
three, an J of an affectionate natare.
He is very lond of Dr. W. C-. Houseal,
who 'he -calls "Doc Howeal" in his
iPnarloo ia nnnnlar wifb nil TS'hrt I
AfcJ ?I w?* 1. ?V
know him, ani thoy are many. He
was taken to the Opera House one
afternoon recently to see ti:moving:
pictures. It happened that one of the
scenes showed the calling in of a doctor
to treat an injured foot. Charles
took it all in. He knew the "doctor"
by his appearance upon the scene, and
it worried him, as it was real to him
and they didn't have the right doctor
to suit him, as those around him
soon round cut.
"They dot the wrong one/' lisped
Charlas, 4 Send for Doc Howeal, he
give you bad medicine tut he make
That v.as a M:*h compliment to Dr.
Houseal and an ao'v*rt'sment for the
dewberry Connty Teachers Meeting
January 16, 1915.
Following the committee meeting^
for fair and field day in Newberry
high school at 0:4.", Saturday. January
16, 191">, t'.e regular teachers' association
will be called to order at
10:30. The progrannne will be as fol
'Discussion of the daily preparation
01 the teachers, led by Miss Lucia
Winn and Prof. S. J. Derrick.
Song?"Connie Blue Flag."
Discussion o-i January lessens, Mies j
Song?"Dixie"' (all standing.;
Report cf committees.
Making perception cards.
Teachers rest room.
12:00 to 1:00?Mrs. M. C. Morris,
Miss Winton Agnew, Miss Leila Mc ;
1:00 to 2:00?Miss Mae Amick, Miss'
Olive Feagle, Miss Lucy Ligon.
Pearl >Vliite Leading.
The Arcade the popular little movie |
house has scored another hit this time, j
It is "The Exploits of Elaine" a new j
serial picture by the Pathe Co. who
produced "The Perils of Pauline"
which delighted thousands of movie
fans throughout the entire world.
Pearl White the delightful little leading
lady who played Pauline again
takes the leading role in this newserial
suporting her are Arnold "Da1**
and S'aeldon Lewis, prominent stars of
the stage who have * just recently
joined Pathe. The date set tfor this
pictufe to start is Tuesday, January
12. The prices of admission remain
the sar>'-3 5 and 10 cents
Officers of Firemen.
At the meeting of Excelsior Hose J
company Xo. 1, on the night^of Decern-!
ber 2S, last, the following officers were
eiected for fc'.^e ensuing year:
H. B. Wells ?chief.
J. W. Earhardt?1st assistant chief.
W. J. iSwittenberg?2nd assistant!
R. H. Alright?(president.
Jno. A. Peterson?-vice president.
J. H. Baxter?secretary and treasur- j
W. C. Waldrop?captain.
They have the same drivers Malcolm
Lessessne and iFleming Jeter.
Calyin Crozier Chapter.
A rorr inf-prp=;tino- mpptino- rvf the '
.ii. . i J o
Calvin Crozier chapter U. D. C., was
held with Miss Lucille Wallace January
Ai.ter the business discussion the.
members signed petitions, that are -0j
be sent *o our senators asking for j
the Library Commission Law and for j
traveling libraries in South Carolina.
The historical programme consist-!
ed of a paper entitled, "Southern Soldiers
in Northern Prisons,*' by Miss
Eva Goggans and a selected reading '
by Miss Gilder.
A sa'ad course and coffee were serv- j
ed at the conclusion ol ?.he program-;
An Old Knife.
Mr. J. W. Amick, Sr., was in town
from Chanin last week and showed
us a large pocket knife which was!
bought 52 years ago by Mr. Jo?hn'
Moore who died in 1869. At his death !
the knife came into the possession of;
his son, J. C. Moore, at whose death j
it was given to his sister, Mrs. E. C.
Brooks, who, ten days before she died,
gave it o her sister Mrs. Harriett
ATaorp Amick. the wife of Mr. Amick
who showed us the knife. It is one of
tfce old time knives with a single
blade in a genuine buck horn handle.
Meatli of 3Irs. Meredith Keighley.
Mrs. Fannie Reighley, widow of j
Meredith Reighley, died at her home j
in Xo. 2 township on Saturday and j
was buried at Ebenezer on Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock, service by the
Revs. J. W. Carson and C. H. Xabers.
She was 48 years, eld Mrs. Reighley
was the daughter of the late H. S. N.
Crosson. She leaves four daughters
and one son, as follows: Mrs. George
Suber, Misses Lizzie, Ola and Fannie
May Reighley and Allen Reighley, and
a sister, Mrs. Sim Price, all of tte
Miss Effie Faucet, of Union, S. C.,
and Dr. C. H. Workman, of Chappells,
S. C., were married on January 9, j
1915, at Chappells, 0. C., the Rev. G. j
T. Asbill officiating.
AH the officers together with the
township chairmen and the heads of
the several departments are earnestly'
requested to meet with Rev. J. C. i
Carman, State superintendent, at the
court house next Saturday, January
16, at 12 o'clock, m. to discuss imM
^ Aw~ J T"1 "? 4- V? f "A
pui tciii t man-cis I'uuucticu ilu iu^
Sunday school work in the county.
Rev. J. W. Carson,
J. B. O'Xeall Hollo-way,
Newberry County Sunday School Association,
SEEING THE SUN. j
A Traveler's Experience Among the'
Natives of Manchuria.
In "Thirty Years lu Mukden" Dr.
Dugakl Christie tells the following
story of an experience that he and the
Rev. John Madniyre underwent on a!
trip they look from Mukden to tiie riv-j
er Valu. the horde:* of Korea. On their j
way back they found themselves to-'
ward dusk one day in a sparsely in j
habited district several miles from t^iej
only inn. They reached it by forcing
a swift river swollen v. iih melting
snows and found a > >or hovel, with
only one common room is 'id two old
men as innkeepers.
"There was neither candle nor lamp,
but the end of a tarred rope that hung
from a beam was burning, and by tbis
dim light I looked at luv watch," says
"'What is that toy?' asked one of
the old men.
" 'It tells the time,' 1 answered.
" 'What time? What do jou mean
" 'It shows where the sun te.'
"Turning to his brother, he asked in
3 niKj^lori lint- t.ho 9iin'? rlnwn
U ?? M J wu W V V.V ?. ?
long ago. How can be tell where it is?'
" 'Ai-yaf said the brother, with awe.
'He can still see it in the glass. What
can these foreigners not do?'
"Early the next morning we were
astir, preparing to go on. , As our
horses were being saddled the old man
questioned us again:
" 'How far away is your country?'
"'Many thousand miles.' V
" 'And did you ride all the v?y on
that horse?'" *
Luring the Bees.
The Arabs and Bedouins or Tripolitania
profit by the Industry of bees
wherever vegetation abounds. At\ the
swarming season empty hives--'are
placed close to. the old ones, arjd a
trail of honey laid at each entrance.
If a queen is disposed to fly away
with her subjects lemon rind is ruftbed
on a wall near the hive; the quickly
diffused, pungeut odor attracts the
bees, arrests their flight, and toe-iure
of the honey at the portal completes
In the Trench.
We live in trenches, and so few of
us realize It. Life is a trench. Beside
us are the jesters and the heroes, the
living and the dead. In the intervals
of our own escapements we ma^e rand
pies and gaze at the ntars. or tne sun'8
rays warm us and stir our loves and
sentiments and cosmic cravings. W?
do not tight always in life's trench.
Sometimes we lie asleep and dream,
while others guard our sens'3 of glory.
And we helped to dig it-?Life.
A Spelling Test.
"I prophesy an agreeable ecstasy In
perceiving the unparalleled embarrassment
of a harassed postilion while
gauging the symmetry! of a potato
peeled by a sibyl." Dii^^e this sen
tenoe and find how many of your
friends will be able to spe!i it arightExchange.
Mrs. Hitherto?Have yon an experienced
maid? Employmeirt Agent?
* "?" nnn mhft'c horl en mnr?h
X SCliU Ulit n uv a uuu uv |
experience she can break steel enamel
What a good thing it is for most of
os that money Is not the only thing
that will purchase happiness!
The Trouble With Golf.
Queen Victoria once induced Count
snuvaiov, tne Kussian amoassauur, 10
try a game of golf at Balmoral. The
Russian did try, but after innumerable
misses he turned round to one of the
bjstanders and said:
"Ach. monsieur, it would be a very
nice game if the ball was ten times
larger. Now let us go home.".
But what he said in Russian to himself
is not recorded. \
On Jimmie's birthday his mother
gave him a knife. A little friend told
him that he%ought to give his mother
a penny, so that it would not cut their
friendship, wbereupoD Jimmie replied,
"It won't cut anything else, so I guess
it won't cut our friendship."?Delineator.
The Way of It.
"The doctors who attended me after
my automobile accident told me I was
full of grit."
"Yes; I understand they removed a
sftat deal of the road you were holding
in your teeth."?Baltimore Ameri j
Employ thy time well if thou meanest
to gain 'eisure and, since thou art
not sure of a minute, throw not away
The Man and the Machine.
"How many votes did you get?'
"Not nearly as many as the other fellow,"
said the man who is always philosophical.
"You see, I had to depend
eiinrejy on my uwn euuiw ivi luj
votes. His were machine made."?
Brown?Why is your daughter going
to talk against the permanence of a
republic in that college debate? Smitb
?Because she thought the advocacy
of a republic would not go well with
her new empire gown.?Brooklyn Citi
"I am afraid this company is doing
business on an inflated capital."
"Yes, but then it deals in automobile
A Regular Gadder.
A lady bought some furniture at an
auction sale tn Glasgow the other day.
On paying the porter she remarked:
"Had I kuowu bow dirty that furnl- ^H|
ture was ! would not have bought it" i|
"Weel, ma'jim." replied the porter,
"it wis the dirtiest hoose 1 over saw;
but, there, whit cud ye expect?the mistrees
wis only \-it barne' every Tuesday.
Ah ken it fer a fac'. 'cause I read it on
a cjiird I gat in that drawer there."?
The Sick Man of the East.
The phrase "the sick man of the
east" originated in a speech of Czar
Nicholas to the British charge d'affaires
at St. Petersburg at the time of
the Crimean war. He said: "We have
on our hands a sick man, a very sick
man. It would be a great misfortune
if one of these days he should slip
away from us before tue uecessary arrangements
have been made."?Argonaut.
Grubbs?What is your idea of perfect
c t O4..UU , TT7^ 1 14
Happiness : oiiiULKS? ** en, n ujj win?
would stop telling me what she thinks
of me, and I had the privilege of teJU?r^ing
my respected employer what I *
think of him 1t would seem about
Take care that no one hates yoa
Miss Kitty?Before you were marked.
Mrs. Blunt, did your husband
erring you many flowers? &frs. Blunt
?i didn't have any nusDana ueiore i
was married, dear.
Hunter?Are you ever shot at by mis- ->
take for a deerV Guide (impressively)
?I dunno. They never livj- to tell
what they shot at me for.?Exchange.
Municipal Licenses of the
Tfturn nf NAwkprrv S. P arA
1 U TTU W* A ^Vff J J mrm j w
now due and payable at the '
City Clerk and Treasurer's
office. Licenses must be paid ^
promptly, or the ordinance
will be enforced against delinquents.
By order of Council.
Z. F. WRIGHT, .
J. R SCURRY,
Clerk and Treasurer.
Trespass .Xotlce?AH persons are
hereby noti.ied not to trespass by
hunting or any other way upon my
lands in iSlaluda county and upon the
Bonham place in Saluda county. A.
R. Coleman. ,
$10.00 Reward?Finder of a dark tan
InnfVim. eiii+ noca lne+ nn tr#in fili
ICil LUU1 O Uit iv/o l> \yu. v* w
at Newberry station Saturday, Decemiber
26, 1914, containing one blue ^||i|
silk, a green wool poplin and a dark
rtj cotton poplin dress and other
clothing. Finder return same and ^HpR
contents to Joe Tucker, Newberry l!j$?fj|
station and receive reward.
Little 0v6 Lost?'Between .Sunday
night and Monday morning a fox |H
terrier, with 'black spots, brownj > m
face, and short tail. Red ribbon and
bell on neck. Answers to name of
Pepper. Finder will please report |1
r\ fic Affile
tu IJL11 o \J 111V v. _
Wanted to Buy?One hundred bushels M
sound white corn for milling pur- l||I
poses. J. D. Quattlebaum. flH
B:ds Wanted?For the manure off the
streets and at the fire department
to he handed to the clerk of the
city council by tJbe 12th of January,
For Kent?One front room, furnished,
at 3031 College street. Apply to
Mrs. C. M. Cook.
l-5-4t. > ry\Wood
for Sale?4 ft., 2ift. and for stofve
* Will also saw your wood at your
own home. iAlso for sale, Cleveland
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bushel. Phone 5602, J. A. Shealy.
"Roofing:" Get our prices on V Crimp
roofing before you buy. Purcell &
Scott. . ,
Singer Machines old and new in stock
for immediate delivery. We keep
parts and oils for same in stock. J. ,
i-i. .easier. . ^
DR. YOUNG M. BROWN,
National Bk Bldg, Newberry, S. C.