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She Movements of Xany Peopie, New-;
berrians, and Those Who Visit
Mrs. Eargle of Graniteviile is visiting
Miss .Julia Johnstone.
Mrs. R. M. Dacus of Greenville is
visiting at Dr. .1. M. Kibler's.
Miss Mattie Mann lias returned from
visiting friends in Greenville.
Miss Sallie Belle Buford is visitins:
Mr. K. Baker went to Newberry today.?Greenwood
Mrs. S. M. Duncan and Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Wofford are visiting at Woodruff.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Riser and little
son Marion :':ave returned from Leesville.
f.viiss Liiia lodd is spending some
time in Newberry with friends and relatives.?Laurens
Misses Hattie Mary and Susie Buford
are at Jalapa visiting their aunt,
Mrs. Mamie Eddy.
Mrs. J. E. Summer is spending the
week with relatives in Newberry.?
W. G. Houseal, M. D., of Newberry
was in Columbia yesterday.?The
Miss Ruby Goggans left on Thursday
for Iva, Anderson county to visit Miss
Misses Ola Brown and Lizzie Neel
have returned from the Peabody sum
iner scxxooi at i\asiivme, ienu.
Miss Ducile Wallace returned from
Columbia last week, after treatment at
the hospital and is'doing well.
\fr nnH (\Trs T. T. "Rnlirlr nf
town are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John
Chief Duncan is back from Greenville.
Sheriff Blease will be back Friday.
Dr. J. Wm. Boozer and little son, J.
Wm., Jr., of Columbia, are visiting his
brother, Mr. Julius Boezer.
Miss Lucile Cavenaugh of Wilmington
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. W.
Dr. Harms, Prof. Derrick and Rev.
J. J. Long are of the number on the
program for addresses at the college
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reunion <u ueiinar on ue ouin msiam.
Sheriff Cannon Blease of Newberry
is a \isitor in the city for the first
few days of the week<?Greenville'
>Iiss Sara Gary, on her way home
at Kinards from Jacksonville, Fla.,
stopped over here Wednesday witjh her
aunt, Mrs. Geo. L. Epps.
Miss Catherine Goggans has returned
from Newberry, where she has been
visiting Miss Annie iKibler.?Greenwood
* Mrs. I. (V. Smith of Newberry spent
a fewr days in the city this week with
her son, Mr. Rex Smith.?Bamberg
Messrs. W. C. and Archie Bouknight'
were registered at the convention of
the Wesley Bible Class federation in
Spartanburg this week. I
Mrs. R. B. Wallace and children will
return on Friday to Columbia from a'
visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.m.
Miss Mattie Brock is visiting Misses '
Frances and Mary Workman of the
Bush River neighborhood.?Hopewell
<*cor. JLaurens 'Advertiser.
Miss Peggy Spearman icas returned '
to her home in Newberry after a visit
to Mrs. Reuben Long.?Anderson In
0. B. Martin of Newberry is toe'
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stewart j
He came to attend the Royal Arch
meeitfng last night.?Spartanburg Herald.
Messrs. Tom P. and Floyd Bradley
of Newberry visited their sister, Mrs. j
<C. 'V. Monroe, Saturday night and Sunday.?Hopewell
cor. Laurens Advertiser.
Mrs. F. W. Higgins and granddaugh-,
ter have returned to their home at j
Newberry after visiting Mrs. Higgins' I
J uiHXmm T T THrwiaVit . A n HQT_ I
UitUgULCi, 1U1S. ?J. J_J. Ttngui..
}Mr. R. H. Schaffer has come to Newberry
to go into business. He will
"be associated with Mr. :C. W. Wallace
In the house furnishing line, under the
firm name of Schaffer & Wallace. No
doubt they will do well.
An important meeting of the directors
of the Lutheran board of publication
was fceld yesterday. Out-of-town
members who attended were: George
B. Cromer and S. J. Derrick, Newberry;
the Rev. W. P. Ciine, 'White Rock;
D Frank Efird. Lexington.?The State.
To Speak at Pomarla.
Ex^xovernor Blease and ex-Senator
McLaurin are announced to speak at
the Pomaria barbecue on next Friday,
the 30th instant.
TARIOUS AM) ALL ABOt'T"Lola"
was all right until the change
of her nature, and then we didn't enjoy
the balance of the plar.
The next World film will be "What
Happened to Jones," next Tuesday, in
five reels, it is a famous comedy.
T at was a fine rain yesterday af;
terncon.?Anderson (Mail. Well, wegot
it here too.
Is anybody getting ready to raise
any cattle??Laurens Advertiser. Yes,
Charley Purcell is. Come down and
look at his full blooded Holstein.
The '?audeville attraction at the op-|
era house this week is Miss Pear]
Shope, swell singing comediene, who
i i< fillinor q return Hatd
V* 1 V 1 11 UU Wi
Two-pound tomatoes of the Ponderosa
variety are the kind Mr. L. W.
Jones raises in his garden, as report- '
ed by Mr. W. H. Lominack.
You understand that the chautua-'
qua season opens on next Wesdnes-:
: day, and the managers expect every- J
; body to do !. is and her part.
I There will be a picnic at Newberry
' Fill, near Mr. B. M. Suber's, on Thursday,
July 22. Everybody is invited to
attend. Special features of the day
will be dancing and boat riding.
Of course you are going to meet
each other at the park opening Friday
night. It wouldn't do not to be in
the crowd. Don't let your neighbor
We don't know what either iMr. Peeples'
or Mr. Dominick's intentions are
?but Tom Peeples would make a good
i governor, and Fred Dominick would
make a good attorney general.?Abbei
, ville Scimitar. I
"Her Other Self" will be seen at the
! opera house on Saturday in a two-reel
Lubin, featuring Velma Whitman, Lei1
o Do rl'fir Af a1 xrin Mo o rt rl T iP
ia x ai , ivjLvi i iii u a.uu i-*. v-.
Shumway. Of course "Ham and Bud"
will be on hand also, as will others.
"Mrs. Van Alden's Jewels," wilLbe,
exhibited at the opera house on Fri- i
day. It is a two-reel Biograph fea-;
uring Louise Vale, Franklin Ritchie'
and Jack Drumier. Besides other pictures.
One man started to the mountains
and springs tor ms neaitn. He got j
as far as Lindsay hill, and is nowj
spending his nights at Mr. John A.;
Lindsay's and is getting benefit from
the change. T1. e climate is fine on
Tie prettiest little bull we ever su.,
came this week from Charleston for
Col. C. J. Purcell. It is thoroughbred
Holstein, only one month oM, weighing
115 pounds. T-e calf's "mammy"!
gives miriy-iwo quarts 01 miiK a aay.
Col. Purcell has only the calf.
The "garden of the gods" leave made
interesting reading for millions of
people. The garden of Mr. Henry
Cannon, of the National bank, has
been furnishing some things to read
of. The latest is a potato growth of
the Irish plant. Bill Johnson says it
looks like a Teddy bear, and must have
srpung from Mr. Henry Boozer's bug
less variety. Capt. Buford ought to
have it for seed.
Rev. J. W. Carson, who is our general
secretary of tf:e work for the
young people, will direct a conference j
for the young people. He is preparing !
a special program which promises to j
give new life and stimulus-to the
young people who attend the conference.
The splendid work that our
general secretary is doing for the j
young people is ample guarantee that j
his conference will be well worth t
v.f ile.?A. R. Presbyterian.
July 2S, next Wednesday is fc.'.e set j
apart day for another of those good |
old Mike Counts barbecues under his j
shed on his town lot. Everybody'
knows that Mr. Counts knows how to
prepare the finest kind of barbecues.
He knows that everybody knows it .
and that is why he always tries to
make t':e last one tne Desi. ine saie i
of hash and meat will begin at 11
o'clock. There is never any hash or
meat left when the people get through
with a Mike Counts barbecue.
OF XEWBERRRY COUNTY
The Livestock association of XewlAn/itv
will m oof in tVlo prviirf
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fcoure Saturday, July 24th at 10:30.
Mr. J. 0. 'Williams, livesotck expert,
will be there, and will explain in detail
the feeding and marketing of cattle,
and other phases of the livestock
It is desired that we have a full
attendance of the members and all
others who are interested in livestock.
All tfoose who are interested in the
purchase of pure bred bulls will please
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be present, as we uesire at wus meeting
to ascertain how many will be
wanted in the county this fall. We
hope to be able to place a car of these
cattle in this section and save the
farriers some money by buying them
T. M. iMills, Secy.,
Newberry Co. Livestock Assn.
THINGS WORTH WHILE.
Three Dsys of Industrial, Educational
and Social Features?Everybody \
invited to Newberry.
T1* e Booster Chautauqua will be held
Ill .Nt'ttucuj iiC-vi nccft ucQiiuiiiia wu.
Wednesday. A booster trip will be
taken on Friday by six cars in different
sections of the county in an effort
to cover as much of t..e county as possible
and those who go in the cars will
distribute some literature telling you
about the features of the entertain
merit ana ei me same time win uc
prepared to sell tickets.
It is hoped that our friends in the
country will be on tae lookout for
these booster cars and be prepared to
buy season tickets.
T e following are the cars and the
routes they will take:
To Kinards, Goldville and Clinton.
Mr. W. G. Mayes, in his car, accompanied
by !tlr. W. H. Wallace, Mr. j
Miss Saluda Blease, in her car, accompanied
by Mr. Ryan Workman,
Miss Woodie Bowman and Julius
Mr. Z. F. 'Wright's car, driven by Mr.
Robert Houseal. accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. Jas. L. Aull.
To Siherstreet and ChajHjells.
Mr. W. A. McSwain, in his car, accompanied
by Mr. I. H. Hunt.
HP/a ProBiifritv I.ittlo Moiintsiin Pliitniii
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Mr. F. R. Hunter, in his car, accompanied
by L. iM. Player and Joe Keitt,
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Aull, in Mr. Aull'o
These cars will distribuft literature
in regard to the Chautauqua and otherwise
advertise the chautauqua and
Newberry. They will leave Newberry
any time on Friday that suits their1
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convenience ana vary uie ruuie iu suui
themselves. They will also be prepared
to sell tickets to the Chautauqua.
APPOINTED MUSIC TEACHER.
..Mr. R. E, Allen of Newberry to Be
Assistant in Mnsie Department
at Chioora College.
i. E. Allen, wOo received his training
from well known teachers of America,
will assist in the music departI
ment. He is the possessor of a finei
baritone voice and is an experienced
organist.?.From the State's account
of President S. C. Byrd's appointment]
of the music faculty of Chicora College j
This is a high compliment to Mr.
'Allen. The Newberry Savings bank;
will lose a fine bookkeeper, but the col- j
lege ai \^oiuwuux<4 win gcuu a uumpcicui
voice and pipe organ instructor. Central
Method!$t d urch choir and congregation
and others in Newberry will |
regret to see Mr. Allen leave. How-j
ever they congratulate him upon the'
splendid position that has come to him '
through his merits and accomplishments.
Mr. Allen t':as many friends
in Newberry, all of whom wish him
well in his new field, for which he Is
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so well quannea. Jtie nas naa iiatueiing
offers from other places, colleges
and otherwise, but did not see fit to
accept any position away from Newberry
until the present appointment
Mr. Allen will remain wit'a the Sav-j
ings bank and continue his other worn
in Newberry probably until about the
first of September. Among those wno
will miss Mr. Allen "the most" are
his nnnils from his Studio.
MOl:E CHICKENS CAl'ttHT.
Negro Stealing' Fowls By the Wholesale
and Ketfiils Them?Gets
Policeman Geo. Y. Dickert, who does 1
duty around the iMollohon mill, had 1
been noticing Ike Shears coming in the
village early of mornings with chickens
for sale. As they were so cheap,
an.-? n ocrrno'c vicitc crv frpnnpnt flip (
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policeman concluded to take action, j
He arrested Shears and brought him !
to jail and on Wednesday afternoon ne 1
was taken before Magistrate Player ;
and found guilty on five charges, three '
for stealing chickens, the other for ]
trespassing after notice and stealing '
Watermelons. The chickens were stolen ]
from members of this own race. The j
trespass and melon charge came from
Mr. M. Luther Cousins.
At the very time that (Mr. Cousins
was phoning for the dogs Mr. Dickert 1
was putting handcuffs on the thief who
then lhad seven chickens under his
arm. Speers had been making a regulas
business of stealing and peddling
chickens. As fast as he stole one lot <
he engaged the selling of another.
Magistrate Player looked at the <
black boss chicken thief. He saw a <
young, robust man, who acknowledged
t?p stealing. The sentence of the court
was, $5 or 30 days for each charge.
As he could not raise the $35 he was ;
told to work 210 days, the magistrate
telling him that by that time the
chickens would have a chance to grow.
LOCATING NEW ROAD.
Commissioner Watson Making: Survey '
of Mountain Highway via Newberry
Commissioner Watson will m:ike a
sur.ey tomorrow of the new mountain.
1 ighwav by way of Newberry, Whit-''
mire. Union. Glenn Springs and Spar- :
lanDurg. lie win maKe the trip over i
the new road by automobile and plans
shortly to issue a bulletin containing '
a map of the road. Supervisor Jeter j;
and Secretary Kennedy of the Fn!on|'
chamber of commerce will meet the i
commissioner at W itmire. A meet- '
ing will be held at Union in the inter
est of the movement.?The State, Ti. :;
Col. Watson and party reached Xew- ;
terry Thursday morning at 9:30. The
leavy rains from Columbia to Newberry
on Wednesday night made the
road rather roug>- from Columbia, but :
the trip was made all right.
The party was met here by Mr. T.
W. Coleman and Mr. .John 'VI. Saber
from Whitmire and piloted on the
route to Whitmire. The party went
via the Caldwell road. ;
TYre opening of this road means a
great deal to Newberry. Every day
several cars are passing from the low
country to the mountains, and our
people should take up the matter with <
Col. Watson and give him their hearty
co-operation and this road will be secured.
Col. Watson will be in Newberry
next Wednesday and it is hoped at that
time to have a good roads rally and
then go to Whitmire jn the afternoon
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<uia nave anouier. 1111s is one inauer
on which all our people, town and
country, should unite heartily. A good
automobile road through the county
would be worth a whole lot. Then
there is a chance for us to lose the ,
road unless we do something.
Chain Gang: Negro Escaped Again. |
Once before Marion Swittenberg
("Shotgun") escaped from the county '
chain gang. He again escaped on
Wednesday afternoon. Deputy Dorroh
and his aides and the bloodhounds are
trying to locate him. , i
As it was generally known that there 1
was an escaped convict being searched '
for by t' e officers, automobiles with ^
men and dogs being seen going and
coming, it was natural to think that
something was up when an auto whirled
up in front of the old court house
and 'Magistrate Player, Probate Judge
Schumpert, Mr. Frank R. Hunter and
a stranger alighted, two of the men
having guns in their ands, giving the
scene a movie touch of the wild 'Wtest,
especially as the car looked like it
wanted to climb the steps. From the
heads sticking out of tfie surrounding '
banks and other business houses nearby,
some thought a white man had 1
been arrested for some crime and was '
under heavy guard, ready to be taken
to the penitentiary or asylum for safe- 1
keeping. It was just the party returning
from the sale of a colored man's
personal property at Helena, wher*
the guns were bought. |'
The stranger was Mr. Hunter's!
friend, Mr. Henry Samson, fine' r
fellow or Virginia, a special agent (
for the St. Paul Life Insurance com- ;
pany, who was spending a few hours (
in Newberry with Mr. Hunter, or Dr. ,
Hunter as nearly everybody calls Mm ,
since he was in the drug store bust? j
Little Mountain Reunion. j
The annual Newberry college re- (
union will be held at Little Mountain, j
August 6. The speakers for the occa- i
sion will be JO n P. Derrick of this <
year's graduating class, Dr. T. H. Dre-; (
her of St. Matthews, Alan Johnstone,, (
Jr., Esq., of Columbia and President ]
Harms of the college. The Columbia, i (
N'ewberry and Laurens railroad will \ (
operate special trains both ways as j
usual. j (
Protracted Meeting' at Smyrna. j
'-At Smyrna?charge of the Rev. T. C.!
broker?a protracted meeting will be-!
?in on the first Sunday in August, to
be conducted by Dr. J. B. Green, pas:or
of the First Presbyterian church
at Greenwood. There will be two ser- s
vices daily, at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 c
p. m. The public is cordially invited., f
Dr. Green is a fine preacher. May the 11
meeting result in great and lasting i
Operation Was Not Necessary. (
Mr. J. B. Gregory has returned from , t
the Baptist hospital at Columbia with j $
his 6-year-old son, Irvin, who lost the <
-f ?- *-i.. v? ? I ,
Mgm oi yue eje icueuuj' uy a lau. j v
It was firet thouglat that the injured' i
eye would have to be removed, as the (
other eye was suffering from sympathy.
Irvin is under the treatment ?
of Dr. C. L. Klbler, eye specialist. The c
operation on the eye has not been ]
found necessary, but the little suf- 1
ferer underwent an operation for the i
removal of the adenoids and tonsils i
and is doing very well. Mr. Gregory t
will take Irvin to Dr. Kibler again by t
tfte first of September for another ex- <
FOK STEALING ROASTING EARS.
Vearro l"? Hefore Magistrate on Charge
of Stealing' Corn?Says Hunger
Was the Cause.
On last Friday Magistrate L. M.
Player had a somewhat difficult case
ro rh'snnsp rvf Oilip Conner. n colored
man. was charged wito the stealing of,
roasting ears from the field of Mr. E. j
\I. l-ane. Cooper pleaded guilty and
uated that he was 55 years old ana,
;iad never before been arrested on any;
charge, had never ben a witness in j
court; that he had worked all day;
Thnrpfloif v?. J+i - mi ? q m mi t h f 111 t r\ oot I
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that he was hungry; that his wife
and t^n children were hungry, without
any food in the house. In '-is desperation
that nl^ht the hungry negro,
with a large and hungry family on i
his hands, went into t1 e corn field,
and plucked some roasting ears to |
stay t e gnawings of hunger. He took;
the stolen corn to his home, and there, j
after the Inn? V?r?t Vimirc nf tho woirv '
day bai passed with his ':.ard work i
and changed into the restful time that
follows the setting of the blazing sun,
Cooper and his wife, with the offer
ten mouths to be fed, were looking
forward to the happy after supper time
when they could "draw the drapery
of their couch about tj'"em and lie down
to pleasant slumbers."
But hold! Interruption of the anticipation
came in the presence of
Sheriff Blease and Deputy Dorroh with
the bloodhounds. The negro had been
trailed from t;:e field of corn to his
home, and the roasting ears were
found in his possession. He had taken
the corn, and didn't deny It.
When the case came before the magistrate
he had a difficult problem on
hand. (Magistrate Player is a consclo?n'i
c* r\ nfR/iiol ttti+Ti o iVt aq I
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He tempers justice with mercy. He
had to do his duty, as the sheriff and
the deputy had done their duty. The
law must be respected. But when the
magistrate was told by t?be officers
that the old darkey was telling the
truth; that they had searched the
house and the corn was the only food
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man had a reputation for honesty, he :
reflected as he weighed the case in
Magistrate Player thought of how
the man had worked 'iard all day!
without a thing to eat since the day,
oefore. He thought of the man's large
ramily waiting all the day long until
into the night, hungry and no food in
re house. Still, he could not let the
nan go free. There were idle, loafing ;
vagrant negroes who would take ad-1
vantage of the situation. As an .exam-1
Die and a warning to others, the magls-1
trate had to punish the guilty man.!
But he made the sentence as light as
tie could make it?$10 or 15 days. He
considered tr~at Cooper was a hard-'
working man. If he had been a trifling |
thief the sentence would have "been '
irery much heavier. >
Cooper is serving his time.
riie Lutheran Sunday School Normal.
The fourth annual Sunday school
lormal of the Lutheran Synod of South ,
Carolina is now in session at Newber- !
ry college. It was opened Monday,
evening with a reception to the dele-1
?ates on the college campus. The real j
work of the normal began the follow- j
ng morning. Every phase of Sunday
ic ool work is being covered.
The work of the primary department
s in charge of Mrs. M. 0. J. Kreps of
^olumbia and Miss Emma Lou Schir
ner of Charleston; Rev. K. A. McCulough
has charge of the intermediate
department; Mrs. Herbert C. Bell of
?.raniteville is giving an instructive
course in Bible study, and Dr. C. A.!
"reed of Columbia an interesting'
course on "Talks to Teachers." One!
>f the most interesting features of t'Je;
lormal is the open parliament con-1
lucted by Dr. Cronk, in which are dis- j
lussed all kinds of problems that arise'
n the Sunday school. In these dis-!
;ussions there is a helpful interchange'
)f ideas and suggestions. Dr. Cronk j
s also giving a course on missions in
:':e Sunday school.
Many are taking advantage of the
plendid courses of instruction here j
jffered. The delegation present is by j
ar the largest that has ever registered
it one of these annual normals. There
ire representatives here from 46 differmt
schools scattered throughout the
State, and every position in the Sunlay
school has its representative. The
;eachers lead with an enrollment of
12, the scholars number 25, the pastors j
Jome next ,wiuo iy, me supennieuu?nts
follow with the small number of
>, while the position of secretary and
)rganist is represented by one each.
Those in charge of -the normal are
gratified at the attendance, and the
lelegates are delighted wit-'a the work,
^or the days spent here in retreat
Tom the daily occupations of life af
ord the workers a means or pnysicai
ls well as spiritual recreation, and in
he inspiration begotten by this normal
hey will return prepared to do more
efficient work for the advancement of
MISS SADIE GOGGANS RETIRES
AS EDITOR DEPARTMENT I
Greater Opportunity For Work in
JJieliland?'Then Newberry Has
Peabody College, Xas..ville, Tenn.,
July 20, 1915. ; ?
.Mr. E. H. Aull. Newberry ,S. C.
Dear >wr. Aull:
I hereby resign as editor of the
school page of The Herald and News.
I thank you for the opportunity it
ga?e me of keeping school matters
before tne people. I hope you will
find an editor for the page, althouga
I hope to present a few more articles
before becoming supervising teacher*
oi Richland county.
I want you to understand why I am
leaving Newberry, where I am in accord
with the county board of education
and where t' e people have been loyal
to me. Knowing that the accumulated'
fund from which I was paid must be
running low, I expected to work on r
until the legislative delegation had an
opportunity to continue the work.
Neither the county board of education
nor the legislative delegation knew
that my salary would not be forthcoming
next year. The former released
me from Newberry county wuien
the financial condition was called to
their attention, because I felt that I
could enter heartily into the administratioD
of Richland schools under the
county unit system where a continuing
county ooara 01 education is eiectea
by the people. This board elects the
county superintendent and supervising
teacher and administers the school affairs
of the county as a whole, such
as having a county survey, redistrict
ing the county, etc. Richland county
l as put money enough into the hands
of this board to execute their large
I feel that I can help the schools of
Xewberry indirectly by accepting w6rk
in Richland county.
I thank you for your co-operation. 4^
Sadie Goggans. ^
Children's Exercise at Unity.
Children's day will be observed at
Unity next Sabbath afternoon at 4
o'clock. The service will be under the
direction of a committee of young ladies
who are training the children. The
service promises to be one of unusual
interest. The address will be made by
Dr. E. C. Jones of Newberry. A cor- JH
dial invitation is extended to all to
Beth Eden Charge.
There will be a meeting of the joint
council of the above charge at the
parsonage on Saturday morning at
10 o'clock. Please be present. J" a
On Tuesday before the first Sunday
in August work-day at Beth Eden will M
be observed. We desire to meet as J
early as you can get there. T':e graveyard
will be given special attention
then; therefore all who are interested
in this matter please come or send a
Communion services will be observed
at Beth Eden on first Sunday at J
11 o'clock, and at St. James on third
Sunday morning at 11 o'clo^.
Hayne W. Dominick.
Mr. Hayne W. Dominick of Chappells,
S. C., is in Greer visiting his college
friend. Attorney Marvin R. Reese.
He 2nd Mr. Ree-e were friends at the
University of South Carolina the last
so:-ool year and expect to practice
law toseth^r when he (Mr. Dominick)
"'.Tripiote* is course at the university.
M". Dominick is a good mixer and it
io understood that he will assist Mr.
Reese in his race for the house this
summer. The people of Greer welcome
Mr. Dominick to their town and
wish to see him locate here.?Greer
ror Sale?Five Bull Puppies. For further
information apply to J. F. McConnell,
MoHo^on Mill. 7-20-4t
WANTED?500,000 feet lumber sawed
in Xo. 8 township. J. G. Low, Spartanburg,
S. C. 7-6-4t
Gas is Selling at 17 Cents, at Sam
Dominick's automobile repair strop,
the place for it. 7-6-tf
BAGS?-We have plenty of new and
second hand 5 bu oat bags, and 24 4
and 48 lb. flour sacks. See us for
your needs. Summer Bros. Co.
I will be grind to hare scholars who j
need coaching the summer months.
Mrs. J. E. Norwood, 1311 Glenn St.
Bring Your Anto (if out or repair; to
Sam Dominick's repair stoop. All M
work guaranteed. Sharp's old stand, M
south side Friend street, opposite m
Baxters. 5-18-tf Jk
DR. YOUNG JL BROWJT. 1
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KEWBEBOT- 8. C.