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The Movements of Many People, Newberriaus,
and Those Who Visit
\ ? wherry.
Mr. Irby D. Srockley, of Williamston,
is visiting relatives in Newberry.
Mr. H. B. Wells is the second vicepresident
of the State Firemen's asso- j
Miss Mamie Parks, of Xewoerry, is
visiting relatives in the city.?Green-:
Dr. Frank D. Mower, of Xewberry,
was in Columbia yesterday.?The
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dennis have arrived
in Xewberry. Mr. Dennis taught
the school at Woodford.
To bunch a long-string of personals,!
171 people left Newberry for Greenwood
on Wednesday morning.
Ex-Gov. Blease was in the city j
Tuesday night, leaving on Wednesday j
morning for Greenwood to attend ti:e
State firemen's turnament.
Mrs. J. 0. Erwin has returned fr^*
Newberry, where she has been spend
ing several days.?Spartanburg Her-1
President J. Henry Harms, of New- |
berry college, and Mrs. Harms were
visitors to Columbia yesterday.?The
Miss Louise Richardson, who ha.^
been teaching in Newberry county the ;
past session, is at home again.?Mount-ville
cor. Laurens Advertiser.
Mr. Wm. Johnson has in his posses-!
sion an old English coin of the year:
1707. jt was brought over from Liv- j
erpool by his grandfather, Thomas
Miss Eliza Mabry, whi is teaching
this year in Newberry, spent last week
in Columbia, where she was an at-1
tendant at the wedding of 'her friend,1
Miss Elizabeth Barron. Many pleas-j
ant parties were given for the charm- i
ing bride, in wi':ich ^liss "Mabry par-;
ticipated.?Abbeville j?ress and Ban- .
Dr. J. H. Harms, of Newberry, pres- j
~ T ?rr:n :
iUCUt UI Lilt? UUllIClClU UUliCgC, Win I
make the address before the gradu-,,
ates of the Abbeville High school, j
Monday night in the opera house. '
Dr. Harms is one of the most
gifted speakers in the State aad our
people are looking forward to having (
tfhe pleasure of hearing him.?Abbeville
Press and Banner.
Another of Miss Elizabeth Dominick's
art pupils winning a prize in
Tuck & Son's recent contest is Miss j
Luciie Baxter. As stated in last is-;
sue, little Miss Caroline Weeks is the j
only South Carolinian to hlTve won ai
cash prize. It speaks mighty well for j
a teacher to have two such bright:
pupils winning prizes in so large aj,
C. M. Wilson, of Newberry, Iras been
given the second appointment. He
is a graduate of Newberry college, and J
is now the teacher of the Utopia
school in Newberry county. He willi
take the course in rural education,'
school supervision, English and !his- j
tory.?From State superintendent's an- j
nouncement of appointments of two!
students for the Peabody Summer
school at Nasfcville. on June 17.
YARIOUS AJTli ALL ABOUT.
The work of repairing the Baptist
parsonage ibas begun, Contractor C.
C. Davis superintending the job.
There is another little one who, if'
living 21 years hence, will be a voter, i
He is at the Williamson home, in!
Helena. That town is brightening up.
The South Carolina Firemen's association
is an organization that the
State is justly proud of.?Greenwood :
Dr. Dernburge at least attracted the'
attention of til:e country. You will j
Ihora tr\ V*or>/1 tViof mnnli tr\ Tiim
!* > C4. ? ^ IU HCC 11 U. lilbl V Hi U 11 IV 1111X1.
A good deal of attention is being1
given to the blind tigers at tht present
time, and they are going to get
more and more.?Greenwood Journal.
Tte reports in the New York Packer
from all over the South the past week
were of a character to prepare the
country for another great fruit year.?
At his repair shop, Mr. Monroe
SwiDdler has rearranged ibis business
to continue work, and at the same
time and place Mr. Robert Reagin is
sti1! repairing shoes.
Richter and Hamilton, refined entertainers,
will "divide time" with the
~<motying pictures at the opera house on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, vaudeville
ria.vs rvf this wppTt
We will put Newberry against any
city of its size for circulating false
rumors in their most exaggerated and
aggravated form. It takes tvery little
to start a rumor here, and it exceeds
the speed limit in a hurry.
Tfce closing exercises of the Whee
land school will take place on Saturday
with a picnic on the grounds and
exercises by the children. The editor
of The Herald and News hopes to be
with them if the weatLer will permit.
We are proud of our own firemen,'
and are very sure that the visiting,
firemen are held in the same high es-|
teem by ? eir home people.?Green-!
T~. f*A>? Vnu' K/} rrv i
? UUU .JUUlIIcli. Oliaauig i KJ l - > t >' U^i i J , j
He paid a pretty tribute to the hero-j
ism of the firemen, declaring that "the
greatest heroes who have ever lived j
gave up their li.es fighting behind a;
nozzle."?From Greenwood Journal's
report of Mr. C. C. Featherstone's j
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SpttUil uciuie Lilt; mciucu o iuuuia-i
See the moving pictures? 'Tis now
no world of dreams; cattle seek the
pastures, roads rumble with me teams; j
2irls thar eather violets?the kinfolk ;
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of the sky, and barefoot boys a-splash-1
ing in the brooks that glimmer by.? j
Frank L. Stanton.
In speaking of Joe, the Anderson In- j
telligencer says lie "is perhaps the best j
trained fire horse in the State," and j
that "he knows much more about tour-1
naments and races, as well as fires,;
than many drivers and firemen." Old j
Joe is dividing the honor with the
The firemen of the country are in
a sense the guardians of our safety.
They are the men who are ready at
all hours of the day or night to fight
the fire fiend and through their heroic
eftorts thousands or aoiiars worm ot
property are saved every year.?
For the first time ir 15 weeks, Henr>
Bluford, the barber, was at .Jack Gil-1
liam's shop on Wednesday. He didn't;
come down to work, his doctor only j,
let him come out to walk about and
look around a little. Henry has had
a toug*n cime with his long and severe j
Mr. Tillman, too, paid a tribute to I
the heroism of firemen, stating '.hat |
he had stood on the book of history j
and looked deep into its heroes, but
he wouM look to the man who risks
tis life through flame and smoke rather
than to the man who dies on the field
of battle.?From Greenwood Journal's
report of 'Mr. H. C. Tillman's speecn
at firemen's tournament.
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ivirs. win. Vy. ocuencK me yesieraay 1
for Spartanburg to attend Converse
college commencement, at which her i
sister, Miss Louise Jones, is one of
Miss Annie Fellers, of Prosperity, is
mip of tihis vpar's orrarlnafpc nf- f'hipnra
Col. Elbert H. Aull, editor of The
Newberry Herald and News, was a
visitor in the city yesterday afternoon,
coming to see his sons, who reside
here. Col. Aull's paper is one of the
brightest in the State.?Anderson Mail.
Ralph Baker has been selected by
kuck' ?ressiey as a member of an allState
baseball team from the State colleges.
RalpJb is the star second baseman
for Newberry.?Greenwood Journal.
Mrs. E. B. Setzler and Mr. Marvin
Lake, of Newberry, are the guests of
Dr. and Mrs. G. Whit Connor.
Prof. W. . Bynum has been reelected
superintendent of the George,
town citv school, with Misc Fmmi
Rodgers as one of the teachers.
Mrs. J. S. Derrick, who re turned
from Chicora several weeks ago, is
somewhat improved, although still ill.
Mr. W. F. Ewart is a delegate to the
State Pythian convention in Orangeburg
on the 25th instant, with Mr. W.
A. McSwain as alternate. Prof. 3. J.
Derrick is an officer of the grand lodge
Death of 3Iiss June Boozer.
Miss Jane Boozer died at her home
in ti:is city on Monday afternoon at 2
o'clock, after an illness of pellagra,
and was buried at Rosemont cemetery
on Tuesday afternoon, service at the
house at 5 o'clock by the Rev. Gobe
Smiti'.?. She was 65 years old and was
the daughter of the late John and
Elizabeth Bedenbaugh Boozer, of it is
county. She is survived by one brother,
Mr. Davis Boozer, of Greenville,
and two sisters, Misses Amelia and
Carrie Boozer, of Newberry.
K To Unveil Monument.
On next Sunday morning immediately
after the services at eleven
u cu raxrview cnurcn, ?\ewDerry
camp, Xo. 542, W. 0. W., will unveil
the monument erected over the grave*
of t'heir late sovereign. Fur man Davis.
The camps of the county are invited
to attend and take part in tJbe exercises.
A large crowd will be present.
The Newberrv Concert band will fur\
nicVi mncip frit* tha AAAie?An
The Solax, whid'a has been closed
for the past three days, is open again.
The machines have beeir thoroughly
overhauled and everything put into
1 The Solax has received the moving
pictures of the firemans tournament at
Greenwood. Wednesday they were
taken by the Pathe weekly and show
the parade and races. Date of exhibition
will be announced later. Be.
patient and watch the papers.
\MISS SUBER DEAD
KESILT OF AUTO ACCIDENT
Young Lady Who was Struck by
.Machine Saturday Succumbs to
Injuries Thursday 3Iorninsr.
Miss Agnes Suber. t':e fourteenyear-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William M. Suber, died on Thursday
morning at 8:30 o'clock, from injuries
received resulting from the accident
which was described in Tuesday's' pa- j
per. It will be recalled that the dis- j
tress accident Lappenea on last sat- j
urday while parties were returning
from the Long Lane School picnic, j
when Mr. K. Baker's automobile, getting
out of control, ran against Miss
Suber, knocking her down and running
over her, pinning her to the ground.
While no bones were broken, it was.
iouna mm sue scnuusi^ mjuicu.
It developed that the gravest injury;
was to the lnngs, and it was feared
that the accident would prove fa-.al.
Drs. Gilder and Moore rendered all ;
The shocking death has cast a gloom i
over the community, as tl':e voune ladv j
was very popular. The sorrowing |family
in their great bereavement have 1
the sympathy of all, who realize the j
awfulness of a young and promising
'life being so cruelly cut off in its
sweetness and beauty.
Besides her parents and other relatives,
she is survived by a brother,
Forrest, who, with his sister, so rude- |
ly snatched away, were the only children
of this sorely afflicted family.
me runerai services win ue neiu ai;
Enoree this morning at 11 o'clock,
to be conducted by t)_e Rev. \Y. E..
Coroner Lindsay held an inquest on
Thursday and the verdict of the jury
was: "That Agnes Suber came to' her
death by being run over or against by
an automobile driven by K. Baker carelessly."
L\ir. Baker, who was present .at the
inquest, surrendered to Sheriff Blease,
who was also present, and came into j
town with the sheriff and is. now in
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V anu ;
The music of Director Wherry's band j
[helped the Newberry boys in tfce winning
of the grand prize of $250. The
triumphal parade by the Newberry
- to have been oh a lar^e
scale, with Mayor Z. F. Wright driv- '
i*g the winning iiorse, old Joe.
in tLe absence of Judge Schumpert
on Wednesday. Clerfl of Court Gog
gans married a couple?Miss Xannlj
R. Rushton and Mr. Robert Carley.
Rev. John G. 'Wdlson, of Ninety .Six,
will preach in First Baptist cliurdh
hext Sunday morning at 11 o*clock.
Mr. Oliver Harris died in Columbia
yesterday. He had been in ill heaUhi
for some time. Mr. Harris was the
uncle of !Mr. C. Burr Martin, of Newberry.
CHARM OF ICELAND.
Land of Wild Grandeur and Mighty
and Beautiful Waterfalls.
In spite of its poverty Iceland Is one
of the most beautiful countries of tbe
11 rnu_ /.rtni hnioLi u i 1 ti !
wonu.. luc sveiici^ tuuiuiuco ? > ??grandeur,
with ingratiating charm in
an infinite variety of characteristic
The mountain formations are majestic
and powerful, in outline, showing ;
traces of the volcanic forces which are
still active iu some places. The large <
cupola shaped mountains, which rise
like oriental temples from the ocean or j
the level plains, their tops covered '
with perpetual snow, are very impres- I
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To this must be added a wealth of !
mighty and beautiful waterfalls, great
lakes, steaming springs and craters
still warm. The view is usually wide \
and open and the play of colors fascinating,
especially in the fair, mild
summer nights. The air is clear,
healthy and invigorating, streaming i
alternately from the wide sea and 1
from the snow covered mountains.
This natural beauty attracts many
f-rtnrictc tn thp rounrrv. and large ocean
steamers, filled with travelers, visit it
several times each summer. Owing to
the lack of transportation facilities
most of them must be content with
seeing tne coasts, wnen it gets tanroads,
modern hotels and other conveniences
Icelaud will no doubt become
a popular tourist country.
Iceland lias many possibilities for a
fair future. ? American Scandinavian
Thackeray and the Eggs.
"Americans," says a writer in the
London Chronicle, "have a way of
serving boiled eggs which is apt to dis
il-- ttIqKai" It- je told
concert tut? i io h t iohvi ?
Of Thackeray that at his first American
breakfast in Boston he ordered this
dish. Among the array of things
placed before him was a goblet filled
with something that he failed to recognize,
and he also missed the eggs. In
answer to his inquiry the waiter said,
<n tSa (rinse ' 'WpIL but
XUitL a tucm iu tut
where are the shells?' asked Thackeray.
'You didn't ask for the shells,'
I was the prompt reply."
Tit Fop Tat.
He?These biscuits are not like those
mother used to make. She?Of course
thov nro not. I want you to under
stand that these biscuits are constructed
in strict accord with the latest sci- 1
entific formula and can be consumed
without Injury to the digestive sy?
CITY SCHOOL TEACHERS.
Ernest Anderson Re-elected Superintendent?Nearly
All Other Teach
ers Are lie-elected.
The trustees of the city schools held
a meeting during the week and elected
teachers for ; e ensuing term. Misses
Swi tenbcrg and McCain, of the High
schiol vere not re-elected, and in their
nlar-ps Misses Lncile Wilson and Linda
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Welch were elected. All the teachers
in the Boundary Street school were
re-eiectea except .vi:ss uenruce ueeaer
who did not apply. No one has been
chosen for the primary work in her
place as yet.
tressing accident i'/.appened on last SatWest
and Sligh were not re-elected,
and in their places Misses Lillian Kibler
and Gladys CLappelle were elected.
Superintendent Ernest Anderson and
J B. O'X Hollowav. nrinninal of the
High school, were re-elected.
The following are the teachers elected:
Ernest Anderson, superintendent.
High School?J. B. O'X. Holloway,
principal; Misses Lizzie Dominick. Linda
Welch, Lucile Wilson.
Boundary Street?Miss Eliza iMabry,
principal; Misses Sadie Bowers, Annie
Bynum, Lucile Wallace, Mary L. Burton,
Speers Street?Miss Bessie Burton,
principal; Mrs. J. E. Norwood, Misses
iviary unoert, L.unan Aioier, Gladys
West End?Misses Bernice Martin,
Mary Wrigl.t, Eva Goggans.
I.Miss Havird, who has taught in the
city school under arrangement with
Helena school, will not be elected un+
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Lii willCICULC WHU.UUSI.CC5 ui ntritxia
At Hoge school the principal Iras
not been elected, but the other teachers
remain as before.
Fine (hits. ,
1 Mr. R. C. Perry, who says 'ne is a
good judge of fine oaots and wheat and
we have no reason to doubt the fact
says that Mr. Henry 0. Long, of Silverstreet,
has a field of seventy-five
acres of the finest he lias seen in a
lrmcr fimo o n A t V? o f Y% r\ o 1 c- /-\ T-? o c* paw a
i/Aiii v, y uiiu iiic&i, ac aiou xiao jumc
extra fine wheat.
In some places the small grain is
not looking so well and the yield will
not be what it would have been had
t?e rains come a little sooner. This
should not discourage our farmers in
v,??~ A- ?
men euoxis lu xaise gram.
Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edward Fulenwider, .Pastor?)
'Nothing preventing, the following
"will be the program of divine services
at the Lutheran Church of t):e Redeemer
11:15 a. m., the regular morning
service. Being the day of Pentecost,
the pastor will preach a special ser
iuon on me suDject, "urieving tne woiy
Spirit.'' Text Eph. 4:30, "And grieve
not tte Holy Spirit of God, whereby
ye are sealed unti the day of redemption."
The personality of the Holy
Spirit; some ways by which He is
grieved; some motives for not grieving
Him; the sure sign by which a man
may know he has been sealed by the
Holy G>:ost, will be some of the interesting
and practical thoughts presented
in the sermon. It meant a
great deal for the human race when
Jesus said it was expedient for Him
to go away that He might send the
Comforter into ti'ne world.
8:30 p. m. The evening service. Sermon
by the pastor on "Building up the
Battlements." Text, Deut. 22:8, "When
thou buildest a new house, then thou
sholt make a battlement for the roof,
that t':ou bring not blood upon thine
house, if any man fall from thence."
mere win De gooa music at Dotn
The public is cordially invited.
Use tlie Newspapers.
Don't advertise on trees and rocks
Afar from the haunts of men
You cannot sell t!:e woodcock clocks,
Or pictures for !his den.
Til a c-n n i r*r nl mo aKc> ar?t*a t^ah w p>i/vr?
1HC 04UII 1C1 111CLJ UUOCi VC JKJUL 015II
About your cure for chills,
And on it he may try to dine,
But that won't pay your bills.
The possum buys no breakfast foods
We may as well confess.
So if you want to sell your goods
You'd better use the press.
?New York Mail.
IUcital at Higrh School.
There will be an informal recital at
the High school, Friday, May 21, at
12:15 p. m., by pupils of the music
department.\ All wt'no wish to attend
are coraiaiiy mvuea to ao so.
20 shares Farmers Oil Mill Stock.
1 share Farmers' Oil Mill Stock.
4 share Molldhon Mfg. Co.
FRANK R. HUNTER, Broker.
Prepare for hot weather by buying a
Palm Beach Suit from Ewart-Perry
Buy your Summer Underwear. All
styles and prices, from Ewart-Perry
r Co. 5-21-21.
Just Received?An elegant line of neck
wear. Ewart-Perry Co. 5-21-2t.
CHILDREN DAT EXERCISES.
To lie Held at O'Neall Street >f. E.
Church, Sunday ETeningr S
Dr. Steele, of Columbia, will be. with j
The following is the program:
Processio tf marcu and song by
! Welcome address.
! Announcement of theme of program1
i Prayer by pastor.
! Recitation, "Soldiers of Strife and j
t Song by school, "The Son of God
Goes Forth to War."
Recitation, "Tne Little Ones of All."
i Drill. "We Are Little Soldiers."
Recitation. "A Hero."
Recitation, "Put on the Whole Armor
I Song by the school,"Victory T".rough ;
Recitation. "Little Soldiers of the:
| Cradle roll reception and exercise.
Song by School, "The Fight is On."
: Offering speech.
A temperance exercise and drill.
|. Rock of Ages.
Exercise, "Iv'e a Story to Tell to the
Closing Song, "Onward Christian
Mrs. Ola Jones,
Mrs. Belle Bouknight,
Mrs. Eva Franklin,
3Ir. Milledgre Chappell Paralyzed.
; Mr. iM. Q. Chappell suffered a stroke
of partial paralysis on Tuesday, affect- ;
ing principally his legs. He is under!
| the treatment of Dr. J. M. Kibler and :
'the dances for his recovery seem to
. be good, which his friends'are encour-,
' aged 10 hope will be true.
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<3> HOGE SCHOOL. <?>
! NintJ': grade contest, Bethlehem Bap.
tist church, Hodge Graded school, Friday
evening, May 28, 1915, 8:30;
' Music, chorus, "Come Smiling
Invocation, Rev. J. B. Smith.
Music, chorus, "Crowning the Sea(
"The First View of the Heavens,"
Annie Pearl Workman.
"Our Common Scl-ools," Kathaleen
Music, duet. "Beautiful Moonlight,"
"The Necessity of Independence," j
} 'Return to Regulars', Fannie Mae
j "Death Bed of Benedict Arnold,"
Ella Mae Glenn.
| Music, chorus, (a) "Over the Mea|
dows," Fearis; (b) "Wayside Roses,"
|i' "The Pilgrim Ancestors," Addie Lu,
I "Knowledge as a Power," Eliza Irene
j Music, quartet, "Mammy's Li'l Pig-,
j eon," Fearis.
j "The Brooklyn Bridge," Lucile Elizabeth
' "True Greatness," Annie Laurie
11 Music, chorus, "Greeting to Spring,"
!' Decision of the judges.
! Music, male quartet, "A Midnight I
Program of the graduating exercises,
at Bethlehem Baptist church, of
Hoge Graded school. Monday evening,!
May 31, 1915, 8:30 o'clock.
Invocation, Rev. G. K. Lyles.
| Music, d'.:orus, "Come Fairies," John
j Salutatory, "What Can Education do ,
?TV>r Yoiins: Men." Beniamin Franklin
"The Value of a Good Character,"
Marian Elizabeth Stoney.
Music, instrumental solo, "Danse des
Sylphes," Dion X. Long.
"Education and Progress," Simon
Music, duet, "Welcome Pretty Primrose,"
( "The Negro of the Present," Robert
Simpkins, Jr. k
i "The Choice of a Vocation," Hattie
Music, chorus, "Wynken, Blynken
or>/? " EVt-hplhpri- .TNJpviri
"Carve Out Your Own Fortune,"
Valedictory, "Gossip the Originator
of Scandal," Ruth Dewey Beecher.
i Music, soprano solo and chorus,
, "Through the Shadows," Allan Reid.
Annual Address, Rev. Elijah J.
Gregg, pastor of Mt. Vernon Presby:
Music, soprano solo, witlh quartet,
"The Rosary," Ethelbert Nevin.
Award of diplomas and prizes.
Music, Class song, "Farewell," from
II Barbiere Di, Siviklix.
Meeting: of /'ollejare Club.
The Xewberry College club fceld a A
call meeting in the court house Mori- m
day evening, with Mr. W. H. Hunt in ^
the c air. In the absence of the sec-^B
retary, Dr. .Ino. B. Setzler was elec:e?
Prof. S. .J. Derrick, chairman of
committee appointed to draft the cfl
stitution, made is report, which 4
adopted by the club. :v :v
The constitu ion provides that*
bers of the faculty, students andifl
er students, parents of stud^fl
former students, children offl
students shall be eligible to
ship upon payment of $1. ^
citizen of Newberry county?
election of the club become an
ary member upon payment of th^H
Such a member s' all have all fl
rights and privileges of tt':e club,
cept tr.e right to hold office. h
The election of officers resulted asH
President?W. H. Hunt.
Vice Presidents?J. B. Hunter and
M. B. Caldwell. ^
Treasurer?0. B. Cannon.
A mocion was made and carried that
the usual alumni banquet be given this
commencement under the auspices of
t;e Xewberry College club.
The following banquet committee to
co-operate with a similar committee J
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iroui tue CUliege iiiL-uiij was dpyumi
ed: Z. F. Wright, C. P. Barre and W. J
B. Wallace. M
In Memorial Mrs. 0. D. Brown. jM
The Ladies' Missionary society of
the Prosperity, S. C., A. R. P. church, 1
offers t is tribute of love and esteem 1
to the memory of Mrs. G. D. Brown, I
who passed from us April 13, 1915:
We know that God's hand was in I
her death, for we are cold that not 1
even a sparrow falls to the ground (
without our Heavenly Father.
And while we !;.umbly submit to His '
will, our loss is keenly felt.
Ac wo mpt frnm hmisp tni hrmsp rtrv
one gave us a more cordial welcome ]
than Mrs. Brow?^ And whatever work
we undertook, she cheerfully did her J
part, even urging to greater activity. I
The orphans held a large place in
ner heart (they do in c:e Masters; ana
she wanted to do much for 'them. M
Resolved, That we each one learn I
the lesson our Father would teach us I
by this act of His providence.
That we remember that we, too, are ]
TV:at we strive to live each day in fl
.such a manner that we may be wit-?
n occnc fr*T? tho T j-yrH Tpciic n wnr.i and H
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deed, so that at His coming we mayH
be found "ready." ,
i That we extend our mucb-felt sym-B
pathy to <:he husband and children, and^H
commend them- to Him, wf;o "bindetM
up all wounds."
That this memorial be published iv
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tee cnurcn paper, aiso iu cue uimiiB
papers, and a copy sent the bereavsB
Mrs. E. P. Kibler, M
Mrs. Isabeile Boyd,
Miss Mae Dominick, fl
Ice Cream Festival at Smyrna, C
T::e Ladies Aid Society of SmyrnflH
church will have their annual icfl
cream festival at the residence of
V. C. Wilson next Saturday, May aj
rrom 4 tin iu. m
SPECIAL NOTICES. J
Rooms or Entire House For Renfl
Mrs. 0. L. Schumpert. 5-18-4C V
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Bring Your Auto (if out of repair) tofl
Sam Dominick's repair sfaop. AlljH
work guaranteed. Sharp's old stand,*
south side Friend street, opposite ^
Baxters. 5-18-tf J
Cultivators! See our Jno. Deere and %
du? J T o v-i /\ Pnlfirofnrc ^ ATI J
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save you money. J. T. MALES C0> m
Big Boll Triumph Cotton Seed?Hav9 I
been cleaned by cotton seed culler ?
and are uniform in size and weight, fl
For sale by Johnson-McCracken Co.t V
f Newberry, S. C. 3-23-tf~\ I
Planting Cotton Seed?Early variety, J
50 and 75 cents per bushel. Phone '
5602, J. A. Shealy. 5-14-2t. fl
Seed Corn For Sale?Marlboro Pro- I
liflc. Two dollars per bushel. Welci
Wilbur, Newberry, R. F. D.'No. 3.
For Sale?Good milch cow. H. 0. ?
Long, Silverstreet, S. C. ^
Morphine, Ltmaannm and other drug I
addictions treated by Doctor Meldan. M
Offce over Observer. Other special- fl
ties are diseases of men and women,
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DENTAL SURGEON, ^
NEWBERRY, S. C.
DR. MARY LYLEShSIMS M
Dr. SARA A. MOORE. 1
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS, fl
1711 GERYAIS ST., COLOEBIA, S. C. fl
HOTEL SAYOY, Boom 21?Tuesday fl
and Friday, 9 to 3, >'ewberry, S. C. mM
"Women's and Children's Diseases ;flH