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Pj Society f
I "Neighborhood" Party.
Misses Rebecca and Ernestine Wick^er
entertained the "Neighborhood"
girls at a charming little informal
rook party on Friday evening at their
lovely home in Boundary street.
Those enjoying the pleasure of the
evening were Misses Lucile West, Clara
Bowers, Louise Smith, Maude Eptlng,
. Jennie and Florence Morris, (Mamie
[ana josie raysmger, come L?ei Havkird,
Margaret Neel, Cleone Hayes and
' Messrs. Jim Milam, Claude Sligh,
Young Brown, Robert Porter, "Bill" |
SmirJ:, Marvin Summer, Forest Loml- |
nick, Aiken Feagle, Irwin Satterwhite,
Bennie and Jessie Mayes, Lovell, and
^-Paul Anderson. After several games
tne cards were laid aside and a delightful
ice course was served,
k Miss iCorrie Lei Havird won the
prize, a box of candy.
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In Honor of Miss Mollle iSligh.
Miss Kathryn Harms entertained a;
i few friends at a delightful rook party :
Friday afternoon in honor of Miss Mol- !
f lie Sligh of Jacksonville, Fla. The
(house was beautifully decorated in j
shasta daisies and nasturtiums. Dur- j
ing the games delicious candy was;
Lifter several games had been enjoyed
the guests repaired to the lawn,
where a tempting: ice course was
The following young people enjoyed
the afternoon. Misses Mollie Slight,!
Goode Burton, Ruth Digby, Lucia and
Phoebe Featherstone of Greenwood,
iEddie Mae Parr, Pauline Fant, Sarah
^ Sligh, Sue Ella Peterson, Abbie GailB
lard, Nancy Fox, Mildred Purcell,
B Mary Wheeler, Azile Parr, Mildred!
Evans, Frances Mcintosh of Columbia,
ft Grace Summer, Cora Ewart, Hulda
& Longshore and Sarafr Davis.
A Delightful Entertainment
Mrs. J. Sidney Derrick entertained
the members of her Sunday school last
Thursday afternoon at her home in
It was a pleasant afternoon, there
was a good attendance and for a while
the guests enjoyed some spicy games
in tf:e grove at Speers Street school.
After these games a brief business
session was held. Mr. James Shealy
was elected secretary and IMrs. T. X.
Parks treasurer of the class.
TVn7?ir? /* + V* r> a a.! 1 T^at?
cue OUVlOrl iiUUi, -u: 5. JL^Ci
PL rick, assisted by Misses Lucile Dicker:
T?-.and Era Kibler, served delightful re'
On Friday afternoon Miss Annie
Dunston was hostess to the. "Rook
club" of the younger set.
After several interesting games, t':e
> little hostess was assisted in serving
I x delightful refreshments by Misses Bet>
tie Bradley, Alice West, Leila and Sudie
It was a very pretty party and fully
1 ecjoyed by the young people.
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The Bachelor Maids will meet with j
kv REPORT OF COUNTY SUPERVISOR
? MONTH OF
653 E. S. Werts, salary
684. Geo. D. Brown, salary
685. D. J. Taylor,. salary .
686. F. M. Lindsay, salary
687. W. M. Dorroh, salary
688. W. S. Melton, salary..'
689. C. G. Blease, salary
690. Jbo. C. Goggans, salary
691. Jno. Li. Uipps, salary
k 692. J. W. Epting, salary
^ 693. L. C. Livingstone, salary
694. H. C. Holloway, salary
695. J. C. Sample, salary
696. W. S. Mann, public buildings.. ..
697. T. B. Kibler, chaingang
^ 698. H. W. Bowles, roads and bridges..
- ; 699. M. A. Ham, chaingang
fr 700. J. W. Eptins, county commissione:
701. M. W. Long, chaingang
702. M. A. Ham, roads and bridges.. .
703. J. N. Sligb, roads and bridges.. .
704. T. H. Teague, chaingang
705. T. R. Campbell, chaingang
^ 706. C. G. Holder, chaingang
707. W. C. Summer, roads and bridges
708. W. C. Summer, contingent?(road:
709. J. Y. Floyd, roads and bridges.. ..
710. R. E. Livingstone, roads and brid
711. D. A. Reighiev, roads and bridge
712. Herbert & Blair, roads and bridges
713. J. A. Suber, Ji., county home.. .
T1 A WT T U Tillor nVioinoro n cr
^ i iii tv. u.
715. Elliott Gallman, roads and bridges
716. B. B. Hair, lunacy
717. Jos. D. Quattlebaum, roads and t
718. M. J. Smith, county home
719. Philander Cromer, roads and bri<
720. Geo. A. Epting ,board of assessoi
721. Boulware & Blair, roads and bri(
i 722. B. B. Leitzsey, roads and bridges..
| 723. W. E. DeHihns, ferry
724. J. C. Duncan, roads and bridges..
725. J. R. Workman, coroner's constal
*&> 7i$D3Daer$naii * .wesiey, cownxy nc
727. Dr. T. Boyd Jacobs, couBty boil
Miss Bess Burton Tuesday, 13ih, at G
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| A special service of the Woman's
Missionary society will be held in the
j LutLeran Church of the Redeemer next
! Sunday a; 11 o'clock. An atidress will
1 w? trmrto hv Dr R Crnmpr Orhf
portion of the program will be announced
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\ewherry Winthrop Daughters
Entertained At Prosperity.
Last Friday afternoon the Winthrop
Daughters went in automobiles to
Prosperity, where they were delight
I fully encertained at tne nome or Mrs.
IM. . Morris.
The Prosperity Winthrop Daughters
were on the porch to receive those j
j from Xewberry. A bevy of girls served i
| punch at one end of the piazza, after!
i which all were invited into the living1
room, where the color scheme, garnet
and gold?Winthrop's own colors?was j
prettily carried out by means of nas-j
turtiums. There the business session ;
. /? - 1. _ _ __ A _ ^ I 1
oi >:ne cnapier was conducted, aner
which a social chat was enjoyed by all j
present. Then Miss Lurline Evans
gave several recitations.
The members were refreshed with a j
delicious ice course, at the same time!
being entertained by Miss May DeWalt
Hunter at the piano.
At the recorder's court on Friday
morning the counter c'arges of as-[
sault and battery against Mr. L. W. I
Jones and against Mr. J. B. Gregory,
were disposed of. Mr. Jones had counsel
in the person of Attorney Geo. B.
Cromer, who can pack more solid matter
into a nutshell than can any other
lawyer in South Carolina. The case
against Mr. Jones was dismissed. Mr.
Gregory was fined $3, which he
T':e day before the Jones-Gregory
trial the Lominick-Lominick ceremony
took place. Also for fighting, Messrs.
Forest Lominick and Willie Lominick.
Both fined, the former $3, the latter
$1, and paid.
Examines Eyes, Fits Glasses
and Artificial Eyes
If your eyes are giving you trouble
don't fail to consult him.
Office over Anderson's Dry Goods
JULY 17th, 1915
Will pay S cents, per pound, for
Roosters on this day, and for one
week only. Xon-fertile eggs will keep
indefinitely, fertile eggs will ROT at
onee. Swat that Rooster, bring him to
JAS. D. QUATTLEBAUM
Prosperity, S. C.
R. OX CLAMS PAID DURING THE
: .. 25.00
r, com. tax 1.50
!*.: .. 17.86
s and bridges, 1914) 1.90
Once again a
I must be carri
we redouble c
I new lots and
Iter what the \
10c Pajama Che<
36 in Pajama Checks, re?
sale, price yard
25c Linen Cluny
Linen Clunv Bind5. Dretf
linen, sold at 25c, sale price
27 in "Red Star"
27 inch "Red Star" Diape
piece, the price
Diaper Cloth al
24 inch "Red Star," best
10 yds to the piece, price th
Hats must go, prices ignc
hats, shapes hats that sold e
and $4.00, choice of any un
li/f f 1*
T2S. E. L. Rodelsperger & Co., county hom<
729. The Southern Cotton Oil Co., county h
730. W. S. Cook Mercantile Co., county ho
731 Wm. Johnson, county home
7C2. The Wbeeler-Langford Co., cqunty horn
733. Dr. P. E. Way, county home
734. C. E. Hutchinson, county home.. ..
735. Otto Klettner, county home
736. H. F. Addy, county home
737. Farmers Oil Mill, county home
73S. J. C. Sample, county supervisor?roads
739. H. L. Shealy, roads and bridges
740. A. J. Holt, roads and bridges
741. J. N. Livingstone, roads and bridges..
742. Otto Klettner, roads and bridges.. ..
743. Summer Brothers Co., roads and brid;
744. C. T. Cromer, roads and bridges.. ..
745. H. C. Lake, roads and bridges
746. W. S. Cook Mercantile Co., roads and br
747. J. W. Lominick, roads and bridges.. ..
748. Wm. Johnson, roads and bridges
749. G. B. Summer & Son, roads and bridge
750. T. J. Davenport, roads and bridges..
751. John Hill, ferry
752. J. A. Dominick, roads and bridges.. ..
753. W. J. Wicker, roads and bridges.. ..
754. C. G. Corley, ferry
755. Newberry Machine Shop, roads and bri
756. J. M. Nichols, roads and bridges
757. McHardy Mower, roads and bridges..
758. T. M. Sanders, roads and bridges.. ..
759. Mrs. Susannah Quattlebaum, roads an<
760. Dr. T. Boyd Jacobs, roads and bridges
761. Standard Oil Co., roads and bridges..
762. G. A. Dickert, chaingang
763. G. V. Boozer, chaingang
764. E. L. Roelsperger & Co., chaingang.. .,
765.-Sam Johnson, chaingang
766. Otto Klettner, chaingang
767. A. P. Boozer chaingang
768. W. M. Dorroh, chaingang
769. Rikard & Long, chaingang
770. W. S. Cook Mercantile Co., chaingang.
771. B. I. Hodge, chaingang
772. Dr. P. E. Way, chaingang
773. Arthur Maybin? chaingang
774. C. & G. S. Mower Co., chaingang.. ..
775. Miller Br.,.. -s Co., chaingang
776. Brown, Hipp & Swittenberg^ chaingang
777. G. J. Jones, chaingang..
778. Newberry Drug Co., chaingang
779. Herald & News Co., printing, etc
780. Walter, Evans & Cogsvv'ell Co., books, ei
781. H. W. Schumpert, superintendent?pub:
782. G. W. Harrison, Agent?public buildings.
783. Mayes' Book Store, office supplies.. ..
784 .Tno. C. Gossans, clerk, office supplies.
785. Summer Brothers Co., public buildings
786. E. S. Coppock, repairs public buildings
787. Farmers Oil Mill, public buildings.. ..
788. C. C. Schumpert, office supplies
7S9. Jno. L.. Epps, county treasurer?office -s
790. Dr. W. A. Dunn, county physician
i clearance event
ed throuqh to a
fu/ e/ / ui to / # u
further reducmq t
sacrifice all summt
cks at 7 l-2c $1.00
;u;ar !Cc quality, July $1.00 bli
ni _ i.i i.
i 4c. nigh splice
? two pair t(
Bands at 5c.
;y patterns, all pure
i 5c Poe Mills
? ing, 20 yds
Diaper Cloth staple c
;r Cloth, 10 yds to the at 6ic, sal<
__ 75c 40 in Se?
: Cut Prices ?~Z 77
grade Diaper Cloth,
e piece 65c One lot ]
as 100 last.
on Millinery ?
)red. All untrimmed
is high as $2.00, $3.00 No ifs or
trimmed shape in the ladies' or c
98c ! twice of on
[~. ' IHim BMBBBBBBBUBBBBT- " " """
3.. 1.25 791. Dr. F. D. M
ome 74.26 792. S. W. Dei
me 5.75 793. W. T. Gib:
15 794. H. L. Boul
ie 4.00 795. F. A. Gral
2.85 796. J. P. Harr
67.36 797. J. Will Wi
71.45 798. J. J. H. Bi
1.00 799. C. G. Blea
4 18 800. C. G. Bleas
; and bridges 51 801. Dr. F. D. IV
16.60 802. Dr. W. A.
22.80 803. P. L. Bufc
' 75.82 804. Dr. W. E. 1
19.55 805. C. C. Schu
ges 19.72 806. Dr. E.H.M
3.75 807. Alan Clari
25.35 808. M. T. Oxn
idges 6.40 809. W. B. Kit
7.46 810. L. M. Fell
13.10 811. Ed. Suber,
s , 8.10 812. T. E. Canr
5.88 813. D. M. Bed<
7.50 814. B. B. Schi
14.25 815. A. P. Bo<?z
9.75 816. John S. Hi
16.66 817. J. C. Sami
dges 13.55 818. J. B. Richa
19.90 819. Jno. L. Ep
d bridges 5.00 H. C. HOLLO
43.16 Statement Shoi
.. 11.35 Year 1915
8.00 1. Salaries coi
20 2. Salaries ms
39.60 3. County hon
3.96 4. Reads, brid?
165.55 5. Chaingang.
36.86 6. Repairs pub
8.00 7. Books, stati*
*, 5.30 8. Contingent <
10.00 ings and coi
f. 1.50 j 9. County phys
61.30 j 10. County boar
20.55 11. Court expen:
73.35 12. Board of ass<
60 13. Sheriff?inci
30.00 14. Post mortem
tc 37.60 15. Insurance p
lie buildings 35.57 16. Interest on
1.50 17. Contingent c
3.45 is. CoLimutaticn
. .. '*< 10.62
23.50 H. C. HOLLOA
upplies '31 .$0 EUGENE S. 1
2.00 County I
m?mww?o. -a M??i?
U/ l/UO t/u
finish, T he
ay to day, ;
he price. N
er goods mm
Ladies' Silk Host
ack and white, pure threj
d doable heel, sole and
) each buyer) at the pair
> yard wide Bleaching, w
; co each buyer, at the yai
hecked Apron Ginghams, s
5 price the yard
i Island, free from mote:
20 yds to each buyer, at .1
9 n 1 a r%
es rarasois at vo(
3arasols. worth $1.50 and
, one to each buyer, sale p
y Clearance Shoe
ands about it, you can bi
hildren's low cut shoes
ower, county physician
rick, board of assessors
son, 'board of assessors
ware, board of assessors
lam, board of assessors
non, board of assessors ..
lsnn. hoard nf assessors
own, board of a-ssessors
se, dieting prisoners
>rd, lunacy.. ..x
oore, post mortem
contingent (roads and bridges, 1
er, contingent (county nome, iyi4
iler, commutation tax
ers, commutation tax ..
ion, commutation tax
enbaugh, commutation tax
impert & Co., chaingang
utchinson, county home
)le, county supervisor?roads and
irds, commutation tax
ps, county treasurer?court
[ving Exact Financial Condition o
as It Appeared at the End of the
inty officers $ ?
igistrates, constables, fees.. .. 5
le, paupers, pensioners <
jes, ferries 1C
iiv . t
expenses for public buildings
unty offices 2
d of education
dentals and dieting 1
s and lunatics
md miscellaneous 2
J. C. i
NTS&TS ' ' '
; at 50c
id Silk Hose,
L - - / T ^ IJ. _ J
ithout dress d
3, worth 8-Jc
;he yd 5c
$2.00, as long
ly two pairs
now for the
f , .. 2.00
: .. 2.00
1 . y*
f Appropriations for the
JTonth of Jirne, 1915,
ions. Allowed. Balances
5665.00 $3553.75 $5111.25*
1500.00 623.45 1876.55^
1000.00 1178.99 1821.01
>000.00 5233.35 4766.15
r000.00 3544.66 3455.34
750.00 173.81 576.19
750.00 240.69 509.31
000.00 856.77 1143.23
200.00 27.00 173.00
500.00 1002.55 1497.45
450.00 411.30 38.70
800.00 899.29 900.71
400.00 265.58 134.42
/f r.n AA i co 0G7 o
JUUlUW J. U ? . I 'J mm'J I ,?d*J
250.00 1833.69 416.31
500.00 1501.51 998.49
944.00 915.04 1028.96
Corn: y Supervisor.
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