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fbe Movements of Many People, Newberrians,
and Those Who Visit
Rev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh, ofvProsperity,
was in the city yesterday.
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.Mi. ?cintr rvuu muiuicu iu >>iuuo" i
boro on the Sabbath day.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. L. Aull, of Anderson
were in the city on Sunday.
Mrs. J. Claude Dominick is in Co-;
luQibia visiting her brother, Mr. T. Q. j
Boozer. ^ j
Miss Sallie Bell Buford returned last
week from a visit to Clinton.
Miss Morsie Hayes, of Columbia,
spent Sunday at her home in Newberry.
Mr. I. A. Cromer, one of Lane's late
clerks, would like to see you at Boozer;
One of tbe interesting questions is,
who will get the barrel of flour offered 1
as a prize by Mr. Jno. H. Wicker.
Misses Lucy and Annie Wl:eelerj
are visiting relatives at Prosperity?
% Messrs. Alvin Wright and Humbert j
Anil rptnrnpri tn Anderson on Monday ;
after a brief visit to Newberry.
Mrs. L. P. Clarke ibas returned to
Reidsville, X. C., after a visit of two !
weeks to her sister, Mrs. J. A. Meldau. I
Miss Tena Wise, of this county, is j
among the list of CMcora college grad- (
uates this year. ^
Mrs. W. D. Copeland. 01 Clinton, and!
Miss Aliene Franks, of Laurens, spent;
the week-end with Mrs. P. G. Ellesor. i
Miss Sallie Bell Buford, of Newberry,
is the guest of Mrs. A. B. Henry.? |
Rev. F. E. Dibble and Mr. Gus B. j
Summer, of the city, and Messrs. Jacob ;
Koon, Oscar Wood and John Wood attended
the Cokesbury district confer- .
ence, in Grenwood county, last week, j
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Waldrop, of
Newberry, are visiting in the city.?,
Greenwood Journal. You didn't know j
that they are making Greenwood their
home for tfce present.
Miss Kitty iMayes wore a dainty:
yellow-flowered cLiffon over yellow ac- j
cordian plaited crepe de chine.?Prom 1
the Rock Hill Record's account of the j
annual reception to the seniors by the 1
juniors of Winthrop college.
Misses Ruth and Lizzie McCrackin
3 /""ll ? #? r\f PVi lf?ArO
<ahu c>rar<i .d<jwcj.o, siuucutg wl vmvui
college, will return to Newberry col- ,
college, will return to Newberry to- j
morrow to spend their vacation at
Richard Burton, J. A. Peterson, H. i
D. Adams, Carl Epting, Pete Boozer, J. \
' H. Baxter, Donald Wl/ite and T. P. i
^ Wicker are the Newberry boys taking i
\ part in the Firemen's tournament at
tMrs. H. B. Wells of Newberry and
Mrs. R. W. Hutchinson of Cateechee
V.oTT/-1 t n f^oir "nnmoc affpr a
short visit here as guests of their pa-!
rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. AYl Fulmer.?
Miss Ruth SmitJa, of Newberry, was
a nlpasant visitor to Sharon, having
come to attend the'commencemeni exercises
of the hig!> school, of wftich..
her brother is principal.?Sheron cor.'
Misses Lila Summer and Rosalyn
Hipp are in Charlotte attending commencement
at Elizabeth college. Miss
Hipp to get her diploma, illness pre
venting 'tier last year. - J
J. C. Hipp, Jr., a member of the en-(
gineering corps of tine United States
government, engaged in constructing
the Panama canal, is visiting for a
few da vs. on furious!^, his brother. W.i
Frank Hipp. Mr. Hipp has been in:
the canal zone for two years.?Spartanburg
Evening Journal. He is now
visiting his relatives in Newberry, his
old ihome place.
T'aere is no better master in equity
in South Carolina than Joseps H. Cantelou,
Esq., wi'zo recently entered upon
the duties of his office.?Edgefield Advertiser.
Now you hold on. Your '
master is all right, but Ihe is young ih
.that office. There is no better master
in equity anywhere tfcan Henry H.
Rikard, of Newberryf and very few, if
any, as good.
T if+1 a TVTicp foynlina WqqVc tt a c f\r> a.
jLUttic iviico vai uiiuu ?r ttxvo v> ao va^
of the prize winners at the contest
ihrougla Raphael Tuck & $ons' fine
art and book publishing house, of New
York. The firm recently offered to
award prizes to the boys and girls of
the United States sending in best water
color paintings in Tuck's books and
albums. There were 1,250 prizes valused
at 15,000. Little (Miss 'Caroline
-was tJhe only one from South Carolina
winning a prize. She is a pupil of
Miss Elizabeth Dominick. Her prize
r? T-O Tcin CT XP3C O TI^J CT/i /~lf hilt
niiiUU15 AJU5 "M-W M ?WW
terflies. Botlh her teacher and her
parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Weeks,
have cause to be proud of this bright
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
In Newberry, life is one d?elightful
thing after another.
Father's day will be observed on the
third Sunday in June.
Tl:e reporter cannot write up everything
t>f/^? of "win Hnncocii mlri vnn therp
A 1 Up-CL ft ill vnt.v. , v
would be lots of rain in May.
The E. A. degree will be conferred
at Amity lodge on Friday night. Visit- |
ing brethren cordially invited.
This thing of being neutral on the
war question is about as hard as being
neutral in polictics or religion.
Newberry beat Batesburg 15 to 0 in!
a base ball game at West End on Sat
The Bachelor Maids Club will meet
with Miss Linda Welch Tuesday, May;
IS, at 5 o'clock.
Judge Claude Schumpert performed;
another marriage ceremony on Satur- j
day for a colored couple, Ernest Hair
and Essie Williams.
Judge scnumperi issuea a luamagc
license on Saturday to (Mr. S. D. Craft
and Miss Sallie King, both of Mollo
The Woman's Missionary society of
the First Baptist churda will meet on j
Thursday, afternoon at five o'clock at
Moving pictures of the* firemen's ,
tournament, wfcicfo wilT be held in!
Greenwood next Tuesday, Wednesday I
and Thursday, will be made.?Green- i
wood Journal. Take notes, Henry.
Thp recent conious rains that have
fallen throughout the country have
been of inestimable value to t!_ e grain |
crop.?York News. That is so much !
better than war news.
The moving picture show has sprung
up in hamlet, town and city in response
to a popular demand to be entertained
and instructed.?Charlotte Observer.
A lady lost her nose glasses on
Memorial day. S':e left them on one
of the tables at t''.:e dinner for the
veterans. The finder will please leave
them at The Herald and News office. |
firflin "Rpta Than "Kvpr Before.
?Headline in York News. The News
adds that "planters say the rain has 1
worked wonders." -That's tfce good
news from all around.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union will meet at the residence of
Mrs. Mary -Weight, Tuesday, May 18, at
5 p. m.. Subject, Franchise. Leader,
Mrs. J. M. Workman.
TV?a roilrnn/lo tn o T-n rr T* O n for? ovpaoH. !
1 UC 1 UUiuaU0 'ua * g UU WU
inglv low rates to Greenwood oi> account
of the firemen's tournament. The
round trip on all roads is a little more!
than three cents a mile?Greenwood
It was remarked to us that the Bonn-!
J" r. AV?/N^1 1 O 1 AM . lo cf I
Uttij ducci auuuui ic3U'?ai \-?ii i?oc
Thursday night was the best tiding ever
produced in Newberry. We were not
present but take pleasure in quoting
the remark. j 1
The features of the game were for
Newberry the fielding of R. Baker at
sLort and third base, the catching
and batting of' Renkin, who got a
triple in the fourth.?From special report
of Clinton-Newberry game at
Clinton on Saturday.
At the Greenwood commencement ^
ur. j. tienry Harms win preaca tne
baccalaureate sermon on Sunday (
morning next. That is one reason
why the papers say "Commencement
promises to be a very interesting occasion."
The "movies" are revolutionizing
ti'-e countrv. Thev are resnonsible for
tfae "dry" wave sweeping the nation
and ultimately will bring about pro-,
hibition' and give women the ballot.? j
That was what Mayor Gill, of Seattle, j
The Olympic quartet made the finest j
j.i iv t i- i
ui music at me uyeia iLouse iasi weeK.1
Between "acts" they entertained other i
large crowds at Dr. W. G. Mayes' drug1
store, and the people enjoyed the singing.
If Laurens failed to get this quartet
s'ne missed a good thing.
All,members of the Augusta Hu.i
mane Society will get busy reminding |
drivers and owners of animaals that i
May 17th to 22nd is "Be-kina-toAnimals
What is reall needed is a "Be-kind-toAnimals-Year,"
taking a new start
every twelve months.
Newberry must be looking for trouble.
She is arranging for a baby show!
Pickens Sentinel. Let us fcope it won't
wind up in a game of bawl.?Anderson
Intelligencer. If the thing wasn't all
over with, we would say something. It
is n rrvinp- shamp that vnn aro sn far
w w- ^ O w ~ ?* V
By reference to ad it will be seen
that Mr: Sam Dominick has opened a
repair shop in Newberry, where the
work of repairing automobiles will be
a snecialtv. Mr. Dominick is a vouns
man of experience in this line of business
and his "work is guaranteed. He
will appreciate your patronage.
"Notis Trespassers will be pursecuted
to the ful extent of 2 mongrul dogs
whiai aint never been overly soshule
to strangers and - dubble-barl shot
gun which aint loaded with sofvpillars
dam if I aint gettin tired of this helraisin
on my property."?The notice
) ere recorded was not posted in Newberry
Just now there is a discussion of.
shorter hours for tihe police force of
this city. We fcope they will get the
change from twelve to eight I: ours. And
furthermore, we hope the time will
soon come wi:en the hours of labor in :
the cotton mills of North and Sout^i !
Carolina will be shorter.?Spartanburg1
Herald. Good subjects to discuss.
Five persons are dead as tfce result
of drihking wood alcohol bought as
plain alcohol from local drug stores.
They mixed the deadly poison with
sugar and water and drank it as a
beverage. Only one man of the party
of six survived.?Dispatch from Atlanta.
May 14. Tcis is a warning to
let alcohol alone. You don't know
w?en you might get wood alcohol in-;
stead of the pure.
Recorder Earhardt had a good sized
docket on Monday with colored prison- j
ers: Jim Washington, for transport-j
ing whiskey from place to place, $50
or BO days; Andrew Hunter, carrying j
pistol, $25 or 30 days; Ben Dominick, I
drunk and very disorderly, $10 or 30 >
days and Clarence Smit!':, cursing on
street, $5 or 30 days. Unpaid up to
Mention was made in last issue of
the escape of five prisoners from the
chaingang and that officers were on
their trail. Since then one of the men,.
Will Pitts, was recaptured, near Blairs,
on last Thursday afternoon, and the
next afternoon Constables Pope BufordSnd
George Cromer captured Era- i
est, better known7 as "Tut.'' Wicker,1
beyond Mr. 'Caldwell Ruff's, w! lie Of- j
fic-er Walter Melton caught Sam Setz-'
ler near Pomaria. Both of these last
two negroes aided in the escape of
The faith of a little child was beau-1'
tifully shown by a first grade girl of 1
the Boundary Street school. On account
of rain, it will be remembered,
there foad been two postponements of
the May festival, and the announcement
had been made that "it would be
held on the first pretty day." T.vurs-,
day morning tbis little girl greeted her
mother with the joyous exclamation: j
"Oh! Mamma! we'll f:ave the festival^
tonight, because the sun is sibining and ,
I asked God to let it shine." No doubt >1
there wrere other little ones who did,
t':e same thing, for children as a rule ;
respond to the teaching of parent and ^
County Teachers' Association. J
T!':e last meeting of the Newberry .
County Teachers' association for the:
session of 1914-15 was 'held in New-j
berry High school auditorium Satur-1
day, May 14th. Those who failed to
attend this meeting have something to
regret, for it was one of tJ:e most helpful
and instructive meetings of the j
session. A 'health program had been
arranged by the executive committee
pnd two excellent addresses were made.
The first speaker was Dr. P. D. Brooker.
retiring president of the State Den- ;
tal association. His subject, "The 1
Proper Care of the Teeth," was treated
and demonstrated in such a way tJ';at i
the teachers could secure best results
in their schools.
Mr. W. R. Lunk, of Charleston, njade j
an excellent talk on athletics in which j
he pointed out the value of organized
outdoor sports to children, and suggested
many programs of play for rural
z Miss Carolyn Caldwell, to the great
delight of iber friends, sang in her
usual sweet manner two songs, "Vio-,
leis i sena ion ana Migniy LaK a *
Rose." ' i
At the business session Superintend- j
ent Geo. D. Brown thanked the teachers
for their many courtesies and kindnesses
s!.:own him during his term of
office, expressing his deepest regret
for t'ie mistakes he may have made
rlnrino- that timp TVia fnllnwincr rpsft- !
lution, offered by Mr. Ernest Anderson,
was adopted by the association:
"Resolved, That the teachers of Newberry
county do extend thanks to Su-1,
J * /~t ~ Tl IV. 4 _ nf I
peiluieuueui vreu. 1^. oiuwu iui ci- j
ficient administration of the county's
schools for the past two years, con- |
/ . i
gratulations on this promotion to tne .,
office of supervisor of mill schools of
the State and best wishes for his success."
Papers on European and American
Mrs. J. M. Kibler was hostess to the
Woman's club on Thursday afternoon.
The subject for study was "Music of
Europe, England and America," with
Mrs. J. M. Kibler as leader and Mrs.
E. B. Setzier and Mrs. Herman Wright
as assistants. Roll call was responded
to with current events and papers on
the following subjects were read:
'European Music," Miss Bess Kibler;
"American Music/' Mrs. Setzler, and
<sW!hat Charles Wakefield Gadman Has
to Say About American Music," Mrs; \
INJURE|) BY AUTOMOBILE.
Miss Annie Suber, Daughter of Mr.
Will Suber, Seriously Hurt
Wli 11 Ck in + slortir.'lo v \T r
? ? AAA CUV* V iV-J kJUl, u I U a; * .?li
Charles Suber got a '\* one message
that his brother Will's daughter, Miss
Annie Suber. had been Knocked down
by an automobile and was seriously
injured. Parties were returning from
a picnic and t&e young girl was on
the side of a road when i.\Ir. K. Baker's
car. driven by a boy, skidded and
struck i! e young girl in the side,
knocking her down. Dr. J. K. Gilder
was called in. The doctor reoorr.s the
case as being serious, the injury resulting
in hemorrhages from the
Drs. Moore and Gilder are attending
Miss Suber. Xo bones were broken
and it is t'-ought the young lady may
recover if Dneumonia does not result.
She did not rest so well Sunday nigf...
It was purely accidental, but it oi"*
emphasizes the necessity for extreme
careiuiness in me nanaung 01 automobiles.
The picnic was at Long Lane school.
Mr. Suber lives near the school.
Another Lesson In Spelling.
"The privilege of separating ninety
miscellaneous calendars, arranged in
two parallel lines, was against the
principles of the superintendent, so
ir niece, not to disappoint the government,
nor cause it to lose business,
removed the principal calendars and
thus relieved her uncle of a strain
which might have brought on a disease.
Then she believed it 'bad become
truly, necessary for leer to receive
her instruction in grammar."
A Death Which Revives .Memories*
T?e death of Mr. J. A. Wallace recalls
the days of the past wi.ien a
beautiful young girl from Laurens paid
visits lo Newberry. She was then Miss
Sula Lockwood. She is now the widow
of Mr. Wallace, whose deat!.i was recorded
in tfce Laurens papers last
week. Mr. Wallace was at once time
a clerk in Laurens for the late Simon
Mann, once well known in Newberry.
From an account of the death of Mr.
Wallace, published in the last issue of
the Laurenville Herald, we reproduce
"He wore his (heart on his sleeve
and it was ever open to the needs of
the unfortunate or distressed. Christian
charitv withtim was not a vanity:
it was characteristic of his jovial life
and only one of the many traits of his
modest nMure. He was indeed one of
nature's noblemen whose real worth
and merit was denied to tl~e world by
reason of his innate modesty, often
times the brightest jewel in the truly
DR, RYGH TO SPEAK,
Plans For Newberry Commencement
The Rev. George Taylor Rygh. D. D.,
member of d':e editorial staff of the
American Lutheran Survey, will
preach the baccalaureate sermon at
Newberry college June 6. The alumni
address will be made by E. B. Houseal,
of Buffalo, N. Y., once a member
of the staff of Che Columbia State.
Congressman A. F. Lever will deliver
t! e literary address.
Notice of Jury Drawing-.
Notice is hereby given tfcat we, the
undersigned Jury Commissioners for
Newberry County, S. C.. will, at tic e
office of the Clerk of Court for Xewberry
County, at Nine O'Cleck A. M.,
May 28th, 1915, openly and publicly
draw the names of thirty-six (36) men,
nrli? n 11 uoi-rA of Tiirnrc nf tViP
? iio^cin ov-i v c ac -t u a* vi ^ %~v
Court of General Sessions, which will
convene at Newberry court house June
14t:\ 1915, and will continue for one
May 17th, 1913.
JXO. L. EPFS,
EUG. S. WERTS,
JXO. C. GOGGAXS,
Jury Commissioners ior
Newberry, S. C.
Crosses of Honor,
eVterans or descendants of veterance,
desiring crosses of honor by June
3, will apply at once to Mrs. L. ?W.
Floyd, of the Drayton Rutherford chapter,
rr Miss Eva Goggans, of the Calvin
At the Solar.
The Solax will be closed for tf-e first
half of the week to make some repairs.
They will open Thursday with a big
vaudeville company of six people.
Don't fail to see "Laughing Lester
Richards" and his company at the Solax
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Prices are tihe same, 5 and 10c.
"Who Pays?" the Pathe series, will
be seen at the Solax Friday. "When
Justice Sleeps" is the title of next episode.
Be sure to see it.
T<U~ -rv-in.n'hit-t no of f Vl Q QnloY Vl O I'O 11 T1
lilt; mav/Uiuuo ixc i,ut wun... uu.v
dergone thorouglh repair and the operators
will be better able than ever to
project the best of pictures.
END OF ISIT.ITIOSAL TEAR.
General Plans For the Closing Exercises
of the Newberry City
Friday night, May 28, at High school,
Miss Kibler's music class gives a recity,
ai wv.ich four who finish the
course will get certificates in music.
At the same time girls of the Waverley
sorie y compete in recitation for a
geld medal offered by Mr. P. C. Jeans. |
: Saturday night, at the High school,
will be held t?e seventh grade exercises,
and the delivery of certificates.
ProgTam. . i
| G orus.
Greetings, Daggett Norwood.
Music, Hattie Mary Buford.
Essav, Sue E!la Peterson.
Recitation, Mary Klettner.
Declamation, Edwin Setzler.
! Music, Mary Tarrant.
Recitation, Edna Taylor.
Music' (Marguerite Werts.
; Recitation, Abbie Gaillard.
| Music, Selma Crotwell.
Delivery of certificates.
i Sunday, May 30, all pupils are ex
pected to go to the church of their i
preference, and the respective pastors
are asked to adapt their services to,
suit the commencement occasion.
On Monday night, May 31, at the
High sd:ool, boys of the Athenaean,
society will debate the subject: "Re-,
solved, That a State-wide Prohibition
Law Would Benefit the State More
than a State-wide Compulsory School ;
Attendance Law." The affirmative
speakers are: Joe Vigodsky, Eldridge'
McSwain and Clyde Ward. The nega-'
I tive. John Floyd, Lee McSwain and
' Clyde Harris. Mr. John M. Kinard offers
a gold medal to t);e best debater.!
On Tuesday night, June 1, will be;
held the High school graduation exer
cises at the opera house at S: 30 o'clock.
Twenty-two students are expected to
receive diplomas. ,
Salutatory, Katfhryn Harms.
i " i
Oration, Henry Rikard. ,
I 'Sons. Goocfe Burton.
Valedictory, Ruth Digby.
Address, Dr. J. Henry Harms.
Delivery of diplomas and announce- j
ment of distinctions.
i Ruth Digby, Katfcryn Harms and
Henry Rikard have all made the high
scholarship average to date of 97 and
a fraction. Not until after the final
examinations will it be known wnica
i is first, second and third. T!:ey have
' set a very high standard for the class. (
Several prizes have been offered. Mr.,
Klettner offers a gold medal to the
j first honor graduate. Mr. I. H. Hunt
' a medal for the best scholarship in '
history. Mr. M. L. Spearman $5 in gold
j for V:e best average in mathematics.^
| Miss Elizabeth Dominick a gold medal
for ready writing. The W. C. T. u.
for best essay. Mr. J. L. Keitt, gold
medal for scholarship in seventh grade
at Boundary Street. Mr. J. M. Davis,
gold medal for best scholarship in sev1
enfch grade at Speers Street. Mr. Z. F.
i Wright, gold medal for best scholar- '
ship in West End scftool. Mr. J. M. j
Kinard for debate. Mr. P. C. Jeans '
! for recitation. If there are other prizes
to be awarded pleased notify the superintendent.
County Medical Society.
The Newberry County Medical soci-'
ety held its regular meeting in Dr. 0.
B. Mayer's office Friday, May 14th, with j
a number of physicians present. Dr. j
J. H. Moore read a very interesting;
paper on "Powerful Eclampsia," wnicn
was followed by general discussion of j
tee subject by the physicians present, j
i At this meeting our delegate to the i
j State convention, Dr. J. M. Kibler, |
! made his report. It is a source of re- i
j gret that every pfhysician in the county '
! could not be present to have heard this
report, especially tl':at part of the repart
dealing with the following resolution.
which after a full discussion
was unanimously adopted by the society:
"Resolved, That, in conformity with
the action of the South Carolina Medical
association, no member of this
j society will prescribe a narcotic emj
braced under tfce Harrison narcotic
act, except to his regular patrons, and
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others in emergencies, ana in uie absence
of the regular physician." The
fcope was expressed that all of the physicians
of the county, whether members
of the society or not, would agree
to abide by this resolution.
The society adjourned to meet Friday,
June 11th at 3 p. m.
Jno. B. Setzler, Sec.
Ice Crealn Festival at Smyrna,
Tlhe Ladies Aid Society of Smyrna
, church will have their annual ice
cream festival at the residence of Mr.
j V. C. Wilson next Saturday, May 22,
from 4 till 10.
_ Joint. Picnic*
There, will be a joint picnic of Mt.
AjTvprarv *r\r\ fiarmanv at Gar
j -DCULLCl, i'H/vji >- ? j , ^
many scU ool house Friday, May 21st. J
The Boundary Street School Festival!
like a veritable picture froJ|
fairyland was the May festival al
lawn fete given- under the auspiS
of Boundary street school on MSk
school grounds Thursday eve^H
Drills, nole dance and crowning a
May queen, were among t;
tive features or' the eveniij.g^
queen, Miss Mary Tarrant, waj?
ed by Cupid in ire person JH
Miss Evelyn Burns and
Harms presented her with h?
Irwin Les'ie made a verv^
Prin^ft rharmin? TVia nnpt^l
was a large sea shell, draw^B
boys as butterflies and in tmH
march were heralds on ponies,*
boys and fairies. Ice cream,
and home-made candy were soS
ing the evening, the procee<?
which with the sale of tickets
t:. e school a nice sum for the^^H
provement of Clie school grounds.
Officers Calvin Crozier Chapter, ?
The Calvin Crozier chapter, U. D. C.B
held its May meeting on Thursday^
afternoon, the 6th, with Mrs. A. D. v
Hudson at Silverstreet. Several mat-/]
ters of business were transacted/ J
among them the election of officers, i
whicii resulted as follows: President,?
Miss Pauline Gilder; first vice presi- M
dent, (Mrs. A. D. Hudson; second vice>J|
president, Miss Mary Wright; cor J
responding secretary. (Miss RosalyiH
Hipp, recording secretary, Miss Luci?
Willace; treasurer, Mrs. Rob?
Holmes; historian, Miss Bess Kibler^B
registrar, Mrs. H. W. Scfaumpert. Mrs.
T. W. Keitt's invitation to meet xit&B
her in June was accepted by the?
chapter. Miss Rosalyn Hipp read aa V
interesting paper on "ine Keconstruction
Period," after which tJ:e hostess 1
served a salad course.
'The Triumphant SoKth."
The Drayton Rutherford chapter, IT. J|
D. C., was entertained at the home of
Mrs. William Johnson. Mrs. James I
Mcintosh read seme selections on "Th&S
Triumphant South," from Miss Ruth.- I
erford's address. Mrs. T:os. W. Keitt 9
extended a cordial invitation to thdjfl
two local chapters to meet with herB
ill 0 ULlt; at uei utruiiix v ui/xuc, uiun
miles from town, the meeting to b?
in the nature of an afternoon picnic,?
which invitation was accepted with*
pleasure by tJ-e chapter.
Will >Ved Soon. '
Pomaria Mav 15.?Mrs. Richard\^
ter Ligon^ of Pomaria, announces thl
engagement of l:er daughter, Luot
Laurie, to John Kenneth Linn, of RocM
well, X. C., the wedding to take plar^H
June 30 at the Lutheran church <1
Rooms or Entire House For ?l
(Mrs. 0. L. Schumpert. 5-18-jB
Wanted?Solicitors for ifcis city cfl
very popular new proposition, fl
manent position. Write M. W?
171 Pufliam St., Atlanta, Ga.
Lost, Strayed or Stolen?Two houj ,
dogs, male, white with black spofl
1 ^ 1 a ?v> a in O
lemaie, main., laiuc ui iciw aw
hock. 55 reward. Pat Living^O
Silverstreet, S. C-, R. F. D. 1, Bo?
Bring Your Auto (if out of repair) V
Sam Dpminick's repair gbop. AV
work guaranteed. Sharp's old stai}d,?
south side Friend street, opposifc iB
'Baxters. 5-18-tf fl
Cultivators! S?e our Jno. Deere and j|
Rhoderick Lane Cultivators. Can
covo vnii mnnw ?T_ T MALiES CO.
Big Boll Triumph Cotton Seed?Have fl
been cleaned by cotton seed culler fl
and are uniform in size and weight.?
For sale by Johnson-McCracken Co.jB
Newberry, S. C. 3-23-tf
Planting Cotton Seed?Early variety,
50 and 75 cents per bushel. Phone^
5602, J. A. Shealy. 5-14-2t. J
Seed Corn For Sale?Marlboro Pro- I
liflc. Two dollars per bushel. Welcli fl
Wilbur, Newberrr, R. F. D. No. 3. ^
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Long, Silverstreet, S. C.
For Sale?A coupte of young cows wiffli V
c ~ 1 aisrnt +n Aloron
i nrst ciii1 t xu.^ i?v \rf*v?w??
quarts a day. E. B. Setzler, 2001 4
College street 5-14-lt J
I Morphine, Laudanum and other drug m
; addictions treated by Doctor Meldau. S
Office over Observer. Other special-m
J ties are diseases of men and women, fl
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DR. MARY LYLES?SIMS jffl
Dr. SABA A. MOORE.
1711 OERYAIS ST., COLUMBIA, S. C. ^
HOTEL SAYOY, Room 21?Tne$day
and Friday, 9 to 3, Newberry, S. C.
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