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File Morements of Many People, >'ew.
berrians, and Those Who Visit
Mrs. Marie Russell, who ''.".as been
critically ill, is con.alescing.
Miss '.Vary Francis Kibler, of G. W.
C., spent Easter with relatives in Newberry.?Greenville
Mr. John W. Tyler, of Newberry,
spent several days last week in the
Mr. J. A. Mimnauh this week visile J
his brother, Mr. J. L. Mimnaugi:, who
'.Vlrs. J. E. Griffin, of Cross Kill, is
Vi&lHIIg Jltu UiUUiCi, . ?> . XV. .*AV,Swain.
Mr. J. B. Lathan, of Little Mountain,
was in t'.e city on Wednesday, i\isitins
his son, Mrs. C. F. Lathan.
Dr. Crimm's time in Newberry is
only ten days from last Monday, you
know, and as time is flying it is getting
short. It is for you to hurry. f
Miss Eliza iMabry, who is teaching
in Newberry, spent the latter part Othe
week wit.: her mother, Mrs. Lila
Mr. E. F. Hammond has brought
his family from Columbia. T:ey have
moved into the I). Livingstone house,
in Summer street.
Prof. S. J. Derrick and Mr. J. S.
W-eeler have been appointed on tlio
county board of education for New berrv.
Wright Hare, of Newberry college,
spent Easter at home.?Pleasant Grove
cor. Batesburg Herald. And is ri^.:t
Mrs. Geo. M. Cullen is visiting ier
narpnts Mr and Mrs Counts, in New
berry, where she is being delight: uiiy
entertained by a large circle of relatives
and friends.?Charleston Post.
Several people from this community,
among them Misses Vera Parrot, Eu!u
and Ellie Cameron, attended Field
day exercises at Newberry last week.
?Pleasant Gro.e cor. Batesburg Herald.
Rn?a 1 vn Hinn of Vewberr 7.
Mrs. B. E. Schumpert and Miss Elizabet'.!
Hawkins, crl Prosperity, were delegates
to the Piedmont district convention
of the U. D. C., which was
held at Easley tais week.
'Miss Rosalvn Hipp returned to ''her
iiome in Newberry, S. ., yesterday,
after spending 10 days here as the
guest of Mi?s Laura Reilley, at her
tome in Park avenue, Dilworth.?
YA1UOUS A>1> ALL AKOl-'f.
Read 021 every page if you would !
take in all intended for you to see.
Most people must be densely iguj- j
rant. Ask if they know anything, any
news: "Don't know a thing."
Several cf the ladies of Central MeUi-;
odist church have been observed to !
he preparing or flowers cn the lot.
News reached here yesterday of the '
death of Mrs. IvY. H. Wilson's father, j
&r. Adam Counts, at Peak.
Superintendent Geo. D. Brown calls
a meeting of school trustees for Saturday
morning at his office.
In changing from the coal man to
the ice man, Mr. Jno. H. Wicker does
not have far to go.
There will be a game of base ball
on College Hill this, Friday, afternoon
between Clinton and Newberry. B?
We don't know why t'.:e price of cotton
has gene up. Senator E. D. Smith
hasn't been making any speeches lately.?Anderson
Mail. Quit yer kiddiir!
The first man to appear for tT.e season
with a Panama hat was Col. Wm.
Y. Fair, but he }s not now "the only
pebble on the beach.'?
W. W. Lazenberry, the oldest colored
school teacher in the county, lost liis
wife Hell's nn last Tuesday. She ditd
at tfneir home in No. 3 township.
Clean up and paint up, is tLe advice
given ladies all over the State. They
may clean up, but many of them won't
paint; speaking for Newberry.
The State reunion of Sou to Carolina
division, United Confederate Veterans,
will be held in Columbia Thursday and
Friday, April 22 and 23.
The Wir.throp Daughters will meet
with Miss .Wright on Friday afternoon
at 4:30 o'clock. All members ar?
v.rged to be present.
There will be an oyster supper at
West End hall on Saturday night, ttte
10th, for the benefit of O'Neall Street
-Ut VliUi V".
A drama of strong heart interest
and good climaxes is what "The Face
at the Window' is, v?1Mch can he seen
at the West End (hall tonight, Friday.
Who is R. H. Gruber? If ibe is a
new-comer he hasn't shown himself,
although his name has appeared in a
"The Kid Soldiers of the Sixties," re .
printed from the Newberry Observer, j
is an interesting production and a valuable
contribution to the historical
literature of the times it portrays.
Some are bachelors because they ar >,
unable to choose between beauty aati
intellect.?Aiken Journal and Review.
| Beauty and intellect go hand in hau l
Here's good news: The DeKoven
! quartet will occupy the vaudville stage |
at the Opera House next week. It is j
said to be fine, with a dhange of songs
The next attraction in the marriage !
line will be at Mayes' Book and Va- j
riety Store, on tne it>cn. in tne meantime
examine tf:e valuable bridal presents
There was frost in April and later
last year. We are not on safe ground
J y^t witn this fickle weather. Warm
a day, cool next, in its constantly alternating
The petition -for tlie early closing
j of stores is being circulated and beiniC
| generally signe l. All the merchants
I and other business men have not been
If we could run tJbis newspaper so J
as tT:e please every one we would ex- j
pect to grow a full set of wings within |
less than one week.?York Times. Isn't '
it the truth?
We're glad it is not the custom to (
inaugurate new (hats at the movie
shows.?Orangeburg Times and Democrat.
What do you think of that, "Biograph"?
T:e Great Council of Red Men will
meet in Newberry on next Monday and
i Tuesday, and the State Sunday school
l convention on Tuesday. Wednesday !
and Thursday of next week.
On the 23rd of last month some ono |
; at Newberry left a lady's black fur i
| on the train from Laurens to Coiumj
bia. The owner can recover the fur
j by calling at^the C., X. and L. depot, i
"The Wishing Ring," a S-ubert fea_ !
1 ture, is the next attraction in the won|
derful "World photoplays just started
j at the H. B. Wells Opera House shows
J It is in five acts, presenting Vivian
The Calvin Crozier chapter will i
come in for next benefit show at the
Opera House, which is to be followed
by another benefit performance for
the High school. Wednesday is al- ]
ways "benefit day." 1
T:.e music by the Swiss Bell Ring- J
ers at the Opera House on Tuesday
nigi.t was extraordinary as a whole.
'The man who says it was ordinary.Is .
noc a lover of and doesn't know music (
when he hears it.
Jacob Schiif and J. J. Hill both pre- ; (
diet that the war will end by October j 5
1. We hope tC.ese gentlemen are as:1
successful prophets as they are busi- j
ness men.?Spartanburg Journal. May j 1
it be ?o, if it doesn't end sooner. ! >
Veterans and descendants of veter-1
ans desiring crosses of honor for May (
lOih are requested to apply at oncj | to
Mrs. L. W. Floyd, vice president oi
Drayton Rutnerford chapter, or to Miss ^
E.a Goggans, president of the Calvin
M.\fho is t'-e most beautiful girl ?n
South Carolina?" asks the Columbia
Record. That's easy.?Spartanburg *
Journal. We see your point, S. J., but;
we have right here in Newberry evi- ^
dence of the fact t.:at tnere is not a s
j more beautiful one anywhere. j 1
| ' T:e Newberry band, under the coil- j
trol of Director W. A. Wherry, at the J 5
Opera House on Wednesday night, sus-!
tained its reputation for excellence.
Ti e performance was -a treat to the
large audience, which showed its. |
pleasure by hearty applause.
| If those Charleston boys thought. e
thev could Dlav ball thev had another ; f
think coming after the Newberry boys | ?
got through with t^em, take it from j t
i us. We are with our boys on t-e <
i games, from base ball to snow ball? \
be.ore tney get to foot ball. .]
i It was a pleasure to visit tee New- '
I berry Observer and The Herald and j
1 News when in Newberry last week I *
, Botu of these papers have a fine we3k- ]
! ly circulation. We read both oi them !
with interest. Thev are welcome vi-?- !
! itors at the Presbvterian office. The;- ! (
! are full of news and cover their conn-! (
j ty admirably ? JA. R. Presbyterian. j i
See "The Face at the Window/' at; "
West End hall tonigLt, Friday. It j
will look good to you. But if you are j 1
nearer "The Only Girl" you will have j r
. -l X 1 ~ a iK. 7 T A.i-i I '
I a cnaiice 10 see utr ui me i.yug uau<- j
! school house t^.e same night. She [
| will look good to von. "The Face at! 1
11. e Window' and "The Onlv Girl" are ; J
i ! i
! two pretty things, and worth while. |
Don't be deceived by the present high I j
price of cotton and plant more than j you
originally intended. Remember it j j
always goes up about planting time, j (
Raise all the foodstuff for man and j
beast you can and then raise cotton.?
Abeville Medium. Sounds like gooJ
Sheriff Blease and Deputy Dorroli
went on Thursday morning to "Mr. Tani :
Kinards, at Bachman chapel and put 1
the hounds on tracks of chicken
taeives from tJie night be:ore. The J
hounds trailed three negroes^Avi o were
caught and brought to jail. Quick
and good work from a stale seen?.
P.lease, Dorroh and bloodhounds archard
to keep off the track.
Even the Opera House rat was affected
by the music on Wednesday
night. The ladies didn't relish the
playing of the rat, which was particularly
active during "Home, Sweet
Home,'' very appropriate to toe occasion.
That piece of music was especially
appealing to ti e audience, showing
the interpretation of this popular
song by the bands of the different mv
Clerk of Court Goggans is now paying
out the pension money, Laving received
a check for $5 124.50, the largest
pension check for Newberry in several
years. There are at present 1GT
pensioners for this county, the l .ighesl
paid pensioner being Veteran Jno. X.
Bass, wt;o gets $72 and is the only
member of class B. There is a raise
in iClas C, 2 and 4, eaci: member now
receiving $28.50, formerly $24. Class
C, 1 and 3, remain the same, $4S.
"Come out, come out and greet the
morn! Come out among the barley! |
Come out anywhere, so it's out! j
Emerge humanity, from your gas-laden j
cell bed rooms and take a few gulps
with me of the rarest liquor, ominis- j
cence knows how to brew; to-wit: Air.
It flows over til:e wide ocean, it de-;
scends from the mountains, it breathes j
from the woods, it streams across the |
plains; it doesn't cost a cent and it's
worth a million dollars a swallow?
priceless both ways.?Dr. Crane in
Xew Ycrk Globe.
"The new generation will be wedded
tf) tho TTlAvipS Vrui n-nn'i r> K1 ~ r/?
- ? v?V X \J U L uc ClUiiZ LVJ
satisfy them witli anything else." It's
a startling and revolutionary prophecv.
Seeing whether it comes true or not
is one of the many things worth living
for. And even those who lament j
the probable truth of it needn't put on
suci'i doleful faces. We may be sure |
that if tve new drama wins over the 1
old, and. wins for keeps, it will be be-j
cause it is superior, filling mankind's \
dramatic demands more fully ti' an any J
other drama has ever done.?Augusta 1
Newberry Beats Charleston.
In a listless game, which consumed
nore than two hours, Newberry defeated
the College of Charleston team!
Here Tuesday by a score of 12 to 6.
The Dlavinar of both tpamc ot tim.^
w ~ w r ~ ~v
Newberry won by taking advantage
>f long I its. The game was marred
}y an unfortunate accident to Dick,
Charleston's second baseman, who was
spiked by Lominack as the latter slid
For Newberry, Renken, Brooks and I
^ominack !'.:it cf two sacks apiece, j
vhiie Birchmore got two and Pinck- j
ley one. Score by innings:
Charleston .....02 0 00 0 1 2 1? 6 !
Cewberry 2 0 0 2 5' 0 0 0 3?12 |
Batteries: Lebby, Birchmore and
iVoods; Lominack, Sease and Renken. J
Box Party at Zion.
T':e -friends of Zion school, in Xo. 11
ownship, near Pomaria, will give a
)ox party at the school house f' is.
Friday, night for the benefit of the
school. Every one is invited to atend
ana enjoy a pleasant evening as
veil as help a good cause, as the pro:eeds
will he for the benefit of O'cj
Death of >Irs. Mahoii.
Mrs. Emma McKellar-Hunt Maaoii,
vife of Mr., J. Percey Mahon. died at
ler home in this city on Thursday
rnoon at 3 o'clock, of Bright's <iis- |
ase, with \wi ich she had long suffered
ind several times be.ore i.'.ad been at
he point of death.
Besides her husband, who is ill, she
eaves three daughters, Mrs. Lulie
lunt Turnipseed, Misses Rebecca andCary
The- funeral arrangements I'.ad noi
)een made at this writing.
"Tlie Only Girl."
'I It /-\ off 4-K^. tw... 5
a iic cuiwi acimucu Liicr yresciiiano'ii j
?* this play at the Jolly Street school |
>n Wednesday night. The attendance!
.vas not as large as at the first pre- j
ensation, though there were some 1
Persons present. The young folk aid ;
l.e job mighty well and some of thein .
iisplay considerable histrionic talent.!
rhe play will be put on at Long Lane j
school this, Friday, night, and the j
;roupe will do even better than at their 1
:iome school, because they will be j
mivirg iif? sctrues ana surroundings. (
'Lindv, a black diamond," is a fine |
impersonation of the old time darkey
md "Dorotuy, sometimes called 'Dot,' "
is especially good. In fact all of the
i-haracters are well rendered.
It was really gratifying to see to'
what a great extent the school spirit
prevails in this community.
Can that "electric dishwasher" break ;
I hem any faster than the regulation '
iir.id??MempT. is Commercial-Anpea";. ;
~i' . .'v."v ? -
PROF. S. eF. DERRICK UNDECIDED
Does Not Know Whether He Will Ycfonf
*iiinorintPnd??iif?v i?lr Vrlnpfl_
Prof. S. J. Derrick, who was appoint-;
' ed county superintendent of education |
I by the State beard of education ou '
I Tuesday, was seen by a representative
i of Ti.e Herald and News and asked if
, he was an applicant, and if not would ,
; he accept tl e position. Prof. Derrick
made the following statement, which !
: he said was all that he wanted to say |
i about it at this time.
! Prof. Derrick is now and i'.:as been :
for a number of years a professor in i
Newberry college. Further tt an his
| own statement The Herald and News
' does not know anything about the ar;. |
: tion of the State board, except what
: was published in the daily papers. ;
Prof. Derrick does not say who causcd
the deadlock and neiti' er did tho j
i dailies. It is understood that there
were several aDulicants for the Dost
ti'on. There were a good many rumors
about the action of the board, but
until these are verified T'.e Herald
and News will say no more than pri:u |
wfcat Prof. Derrick says is all he cares
to say. The following is the state|
ment handed The Herald and News by
Prof. Derrick :
"Prof. Derrick was very much sur-1
prised when called up by Mr. Swear-1
ingen, State superintendent of educa-!
tion, Tuesday night, and informed that
're had been unanimously elected by j
the State board of education superin- j
tendent of education for tris county, j
I The board, after twet;e ballots, seeraea j
hopelessly deadlocked, then his name
i was proposed and he was elected,
j "He was not an applicant for the
; position, did not expect it, and does
not know whether he can accept it j
. However, he was urged to take sorue j
i time toe onsider the matter, and \viil i
r, a f? .
-VHSS -MJI cl oitxii , ui uiano, anu ?-.j .* |
H. Edgar Cromer, o; Spartanburg, |
were married at the residence of the |
bride's father, }\.'r. Jack Blairfi yester-j
day evening at S o'clock. The newlywedded
couple left for their :'/.cme in
Spartanburg, where ti..e groom has a !
position in the hardware store of!
Crawford & Montgomery. He is a son i
of Mr. W. D. Cromer, of this county, |
and is well known in 'Newberry, where i
he has clerked, his last position here J
being at tfce grocery store of Summer,
P.fAC i ninncr too r. ffPTl fin n nt tlli'i
' A V U Vk VWA4 V4MA4 VS/ ?* V V-- - ,
marriage were Mr. r.nd Mrs. J. T. Cro-!
mer, Messrs. ArtJ.:ur and Ivy Cromer, i
Congratulations and well wishes arc* |
exiended the happy couple.
Invitation Received. j
The Herald and News acknowledges
receipt of the following:
Mr. and Mrs. C. McPherson Ravens- !
wood request C:e honor cf your presence
at the marriage of their daught-^
Imogene, to Mr. Hector BraitLwait,
on Friday, April the sixteenth, nineteen
hundred fifteen, at Mayes' Book
and Variety Store.
Mission Board to Meet
The young ladies' and young men's
Mission hands of the Lut/:.ern Church i
of the Redeemer will hold a joint ses- j
sion at 4:30 p. m. Sunday, April 11, in
tl .e Sunday school room. An interesting
program has been arranged and
all members are urged to be present.
Trustees to Meet.
Mr. G. D. Brown, county superin-!
tendent of education, calls a meeting ;
oi ti e trustees of the various schools!
of the county to be fl:eld in the court i
house next Saturday, tomorrow, a: 12 j
o'clock neon. He desires to have a '
full attendance of the trustees from
all of the schools as matters of im-1
portance pertaining to the schools are j
to Le discussed.
I). A. Diekert Chapter.
The I). A. Dic-kert c.apter, Chit- j
dren of the Confederacy, will meet'
-\T: its 1 o r)^r^,v I
w nil .msscs c-iiat; cinu oue uua a ttvi
son Saturday afternoon. April 10. hi
4 o'clock. Elise Peterson,
Easter Service at Central Methodist'
On Easter Sunday the service at
Central church was unusually at
tractive, enjoyable and profitable. Tie;
auditorium was well filled at the morn- (
ing service and the pastor, Rev. F. '
E. Dibble, preached a forceful ser-!
mon. The cfcoir, under the directionj
of Mr. R. E. Allen, organist of Central!
church, sang beautiful anthems which j
added greatly to the pleasure of tie j
Because Lindsey Boozer. O'Xeallf
school, was net reported as winning j
rtinnnd Ti/-vn<-i.r. in linvc' r?oolamr?tjpr, I
3cv?yiiu livynvi iu uic wv/j o uw*?Ai"^v*x/?* |
contest for elementary scf'ool on Fair!
and Field day, the O'Xeall sdnool is j
raised to 27 points.
Congress having adjourned, the \
president yesterday visited the zoo in
the park.?Kansas City Star.
IX NEWBERRY A. R. P. CHURCH
The Newberry A. R. P. Sabbath
school observed the first Sabbath of
April as promotion day. T ree years
ago the elementary departments were
graded and tj.:is is the first exercisj:
of the kind that has been held under
the new system. A regular course of
study has been pursued. The international
lessons have been used, toget'
er with memory work in the catechism
and scripture as supplemental.
Certificates of honor were given to ttie
pupils who finished the prescript!
work and the pupils were advanced to
the next department. A number of
uipiuuiaa \v tr aiau pic^ciucu tu pupus
who had recited perfectly the S orter
The exercises were planned to converge
on the theme, '"The Open Bible.''
The first part of the program presented
facts about ti'.e Bible through striking
symbols and acrostics. In the latter
part of ti'.-.e program the classes
gave in concert a part of the scripture
memorized, the juniors reciting tiio
ten commandments, the 121st psalm
and the 12th chapter of Romans.
The certificates were presented by '
the superintendent, Dr. E. C. Jonec, j
in a very interesting and appropriate
Tell o'clock hour was given over j
to C'.:is service and from the moment the i
children entered the church, marching !
in r!)tQ /initimnc n n the t\Vr> !
All O pwi I. V, V/X ViiV V*'\y iviwivk;f I
singing the beautiful words, "This is
"the day ti e Lord hath made, In it we j
glad will be," till the close, the exer- i
cises were followed with closets interest
by the large congregation present.
The music was especially beautiful
If the plans of this school are car.
ried out these exercises will be fcelu
each year ). ereafter.
Next Tuesday's Pictures.
Synopsis: Sally's 'father was the
parson of a poor church. Sally, though
in rage, had artistic instincts, and in !
order to get flowers for the churob j
vases she invaded tfce garden of old j
Annesley and gathered them without
the formality of asking for permission.
Annesley was annoyed at the myste- \
rious disappearance of his pet flowers,
and in a quarrel with his gardener j
received fc e old servant's apron in i
Giles, son of the gouty, tesy ;Earl of
Bateson, is expelled irom ft is colleg-3
because of his boyish instincts of mischief.
His father places him in the
hands of a private tutor from whom
'he escapes. Annesley gives i.im the
anrnn and nuts him ill
Charge of his roses. Sally makes another
raid, is caught by Giles, but Giles
takes pity on her and their acquaintance
ripens into friendship. During i
one of their walks together they l'.ap-j
pen on a gypsy camp. One of the j
gypsies tells Sally that she will marry j
a nobleman's son and presents fcer;
with a wishing ring. Naturally su- J
perstitious, Sally construes coinci- j
dences as replies to rer wishes.
Her attempts to bring father and j
son togeti er when she find's who Giles j
is, and her many curious adventures I
form a beautiful and touching story, j
1 +>,^ filmr i
ci rt?ZLl l~tfg u my ixcai u ui uixuo* |
The ending is tfre happy marriage of t
the young lovers, and in acting and
story the picture will please and move
At St. Luke's.
'Prof. S. J. Derrick, of Newberry coldege,
on next Sunday at 11 a. m, will
address tlie St. JvUKes congregauua j
in their church near Prosperity. Pro'
Derrick is an instructive and forceful
speaker, and will no doubt be received
by a large and appreciative audience. \
The public generally is invited to attend.
.At the request of the Civic association,
the mayor has designated the
week beginning April 12' for the purpose
of giving the town a t:oroug:
clearing. The thoroughness, however,
will depend very largely upon the cooperation
of the citizens.
In order to advertise the matter aud
to stress the importance of this general
cleaning of t'..e town, tfce mayor
has hand handbills printed and widely
distributed. An extra force of hands
and wagons will be on duty next week,
so each householder may rest assured I
that all truash collected for carting
will be taken away. The association
..as requested t? e board of health to
instruct the health officer to inspect
the premises of every resident aftar
clean-up week, and to report any failure
to carry out the purposes of this
The association wants Newberry to
be a clean town?first, because it is
a crime against the health of tl:.e community
not *o fc-ave it so; second, because
of the pleasure it gives to see
things clean and sanitary. Two State
(lAnvflntmns to meet here this
mcnth, so for the sake of the impression
on tr.ese visitors, let every citizen
co-operate in this movement with the
board of health, the city council and
the Civic association.
Remember the date, April 12-19.
Jurisdiction of State Court*.
Washington, April o.?State counts ^8
were held by t.:e Supreme court toda^fl
to have jurisdiction in suits for dan?
ages for failure of railroads to compB
win . common law duties in transpo^
ing interstate commerce. The railrA
contention was that the federal coiJB
had exclusive inrisdir I ion nv^r B
suits affecting interstate commerce*
TOWN TAX NOTICE^H
All persons who have Jj
paid their Town Taxe?
the 15th of April, 1915j^^H|
find Tax Executions io|
hands of the sheriff fcA
D.. ] _r p!, r? ?i H
uy urucr or v^icy council.
J R. SCURRY, 1
Clerk and Treasurer. "
Street duty and dog tax
now due and must be paid at
once, or the penalty will be
By order of Town Council^.
J. R. SCUR&BtfflHj
Clerk and Treasil
Town of New
FOR SALE?Two Fresii Jersey?
Cows; 13 pigs; prices reasoM
R. D. SMITH, JR., Phone 88. ^p||??g
Morphine, LUudanunj and other drJB
addictions treated by Doctor Meldafl
Office over Observer. Other speciaB
ties are diseases of men and womerH
Bier Boll Triumph Cotton Seed?OneH
Hnllflr nAr hnshpl T-Tnvo hoan rlpnnAii m
by cotton seed culler and are uniform V
size and weight. For sale by Johnson- I
McCracken Co., Xev.'berry, S. C.
Screen Doors and Windows?We havs 9
a large stock just received and ca.u fl
fill vr>iir ordpr at thp ri^ht nrices. 19
See us before buying. Summer Bros, fl
Co. 4-9-4tf I
i.\uto Transfer?Call J. B. Harmon, I
Phone 3i53-3. 3-23-tf II
Seed Corn For Liaie?Marlboro Pro
Mflc. Two dollars per bushel. Welcn V
Wilbur, Newberry, R. F. D. No. 3. I
harden Seed?In bulk, cobbage seed,
collard, radish, mustard, tomatoe.i, J
carrots, celery, pepper, Lettuce, fl
beets, turnips/ squash, cucumbe?, B
muskmelon, watermelon, nastur
tium. sweet peas, valentine beans, ( ^
Kentucky, wonder, Burpees string- VJ
less, giant stringless, EnglisJi peas, J
sweet corn, etc. See us and get the 1
best seed at the lowest prices, ana
don't pay for papers and pictures.
SUMMER BROS CO.
DR. K M. ED>, 1
Over Summer Bros., Clothing Dept. m
Galvanized Roofing?We can supfclv
your needs; large stock on hand.
SUMMER BROS. 4-2-4t
dr. yw>G m. brovrs.
/ XEWiBERRT, S. C. J
Sugar Cane?Blue sugar cane at one M
dollar and fifty cents per hundred Jgm
stales. Welch Wilbur, Newberry. R. M
F. D. Xo. 3. '''3-16-t 5
. .TEN THOrSANl) POINDS Fixfl
PEA VINE HAY FOR SALE, BY 319
3f. Bl'FORD. 4-9-lt Jg
. I>r. }Y. E? Pelham. Jr., las moved
office in the Copeland Bnilding, I
Black and White Orpingtons, Browa
and Wfcite Leghorns, 75 cents setting. J
JvM-ite Leghorn cock $1.00 Bed Bel-^|
gam Carneant Pigeons, Giant Flemisii^H
Rabbits from good strains. Mrs. John V
Wicker, 808 Boundary street. ^
Amber and Orange iCane Seed?A big
lot just received; see us before yon
buy. SUMMER BROS CO. M
Cole Planters?We are ready to sup-^H
ply you "with C':.ese up-to-date plant
ers and distributors. None better.
See us or write for catalogue. Summer
Bros. C<f. 4-9-4tf jm
DR. MARY LYLES-SIMS ~M
Dr. SARA A. MOORE. M
1711 GERVAIS ST., COLUMBIA,^
HOTEL SAVOY, Room 21?TueB
and Friday, 9 to 3, Xewberry, S. fl
Women's and Children's Disease?