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She Movements of Many People, \e*. j
berrians, and Those Who Visit
Rev. F. E. Dibble conducted a pro-;
* mcotino- >r Tvin^r.-lc Inst wpot
Miss Elise Gaillard of Spartanburg
is visiting Mrs. J. M. Workman.
Mrs. Kate Boozer is visiting relatives
Miss Lizzie Griffin is spending some
time in Newberry with relatives.
Mrs. C. G. Blease and daughter, Miss
Coley are visiting at Autun.
Miss Kate Thompson has gone to
Prosperity to visit friends.?The State.
Mahon Smith arrived on Friday
night from Washington, D. C.
Rev. Edw. Fulenwider and family
TrrttTA f A rl O VtT* Allf/V f A ATIAA./4 PAm A A i
tuua; auiv LU op emu uiixi^
in the mountains of North Carolina.
Misses Eileen and Caroline Young of
Mountville are ivisiting Mrs. D. A.
Miss Ethel Cobb of Piedmont, who
v ihas been visiting Mrs. W. H. Hardeman,
has returned to her tome.
Mr. P. L. Rikard and family of Atlanta
are visiting his father, Mr. J. A.
Rikard, and other relatives.
(Miss Annie Blake is visiting Mrs.
John Kinard in Newberry.?Ninety Siv
cor. Greenwood Index.
John Calhoun Higgins is in Anderson
visiting his sister, I.Mrs. J. Leo
Mrs. R. M. Russell and daughter,;
Miss Dorothy; of Pendleton, are- visiting
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Aull.
Mrs. M D. Huiett and Mrs. Louise
Scott have returned from a visit to
relatives in Newberry.?LTnion Times.
Misses Eunice and Mattie Halfacre
are visiting >Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Feagle
Mr. R. L. Tarrant received the gratifying
news on Monday tiiat Mrs. Tarrant
was improving at Asheville.
Messrs. Aumerle Eargle and Harry
Koon left Saturday for Portsmouth,
Va., to work in tire machine shops.
Miss Frances Jeter of Whitmire
spent Chautauqua week in Newberry
as the guest of Mrs. I. H. Hunt.
Mrs. Frank C. Wright of Washingion,
D. C., is visiting her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. T. W. Smith.
Rev. S. R. Guignard has returned
from Saluda, N. C., Lis month's (vacation
Mr. M. A. Counts and family have
moved from Nance street to the Cook
house in College street.
Miss Mamie Payne of Atlanta spent
the week-end with relatives and ,
Miss Josephine Dunbar has returned ]
from the Atlanta conservatory of
i\,Ti?o O IWTI ArTt'An f n
jxli o. ! ?? . jltci i iv^rv uauci a
serious operation at the Columbia hos.
pital. It was successful and she is
Dr. Geo. B. Cromer, Miss Carolyn
Cromer and Mr. Beale Cromer will
leave on the 4th to spend two week?
at Blue Ridge, N. C.
Mr. F. W. Zobel and family have returned
to Charleston after a visit to
his mother, LVrs. Louise Zobel, at
Miss Gertrude Cram and Mr: Eugene
Brock, both of Oakland, were
married by the Rev. J. W. Carson on
the 25th ultimo.
Miss Nellie Adams held the dair of
stenographer and typewriter in the
office of Blease & Blease during the
absence of '.Miss Carabel West.
Mrs. R. C. Counts and children left
yesterday for Prosperity, where they
will spend several weeks with relatives.?The
Mr. Chas. Willis Cork of the A. R.
Presbyterian office, Due West, was in j
the city on Monday, going to Columbia ;
to see I-is father.
Misses Dempe Moore Scurry and Genia
Wheeler have returned from visiting
in Columbia, Batesburg and Ridge
Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Kibler, E. H. Kib ler,
Jr., and Mrs. C. L. Kibler of Columbia
left Monday by auto for Glenn
"Springs to spend ten days.
IMisses Drucie Smitili of Kinards and
2sell Fridy of Wlhitmire are the guests
t>f Misses Alma Lupo at her home on
Taylor street.?The State.
Mr. James Barr of New.berry is in
n.s thA eiiftst nf his sister. Mrs.
Kenneth Bkker, and: family.?Greenwood
Misses Lila and Julia Summer and
Mr. Hardy Summer are guests at the
home of T. H. Cromer, 220 Westfield
Miss Rac&el McCrackin of Newberry
is the guest of ber sister, (Mrs. C. A.
Murphy, on West Liberty street ?
President James P. Kinard of An-'
derson college was in ti e city last |
week, however, only spending two or j
three days here.
r"P TT^ T o v\ A lirtl/-* n (xhtPT* i
i?n a. i. r . Licuci anu nuic u"^j
left on Saturday to spend a while at i
China Grove, X. C., Mrs. Lefter's former
T. J. Digby, Jr., of Newberry, S. C.,
has entered upon his duties as over-!
seer of weaving at Social Circle, Ga.?
Mr. W. W. Hentz of Oklahoma City I
has been on a visit to his father Mr.
D. J. Hentz of the Pomaria section.
This is I. is first visit to his old home
in ten years.
Rev. J. W. Carson of Newberry was
in the city this morning en route to
Atlanta to attend a meeting of the
Young People's Union of the A. R. P.
Dr. and Mrs. P. G. Ellesor and little
daughter Martha Vance, have returned
to their homes at Newberry, after
spending several days in the city with
Mrs.'W. J. Moore.?Greenwood Journal.
Miss Annie Davis, after a visit to
relatives and friends in Newberry, returned
yesterday. While in Newberry
she attended the Sunday school normal
at Newberry college.?The State.
Miss Kathleen Merchant, who for
some time has been with her grandparents
in Little Mountain, is now visiting
friends in Newberry and Prosperity.?TLe
Mr. Jno. T. Cromer has returned
frnm f!olumbia after visiting his sis
ter, Mrs. W. H. Wendt, at the hospital.
He was accompanied by Miss Kathleen
rWendt. He reports Mrs. Wendt as improving.
Little M:ss Caroline Weeks is able
to get out of her room, after a very
severe spell of typhoid fever lasting
eigC.t weeks, not counting two weeks
after rue fever. Her many friends are
glad to see her on the porch or in
the flower yards as they pass by.
At a meeting of the directors of the
Newberry Savings bank on last Friday
Mr. Earle Hipp was elecfed bookkeeper
at the bank to succeed IMr. R.
i? a 1 ion rocivnad mr Hinn will as-1
JJi. finvu, 1 vu?o"v>" i-r
sume tl.e position on September first
when Mr. Allen goes to Columbia.
Mr. B. V. Chapman has returned to
his law office and board house, after
visiting relatives on the 'Saluda river
and fishing. He didn't catch as many
SsL of Mr. W. W. Wicker and his
crowd caught on the -Broad, but Mr.
Chapman's fish didn't come from water
full of mosquitoes and malaria.
Hon. Geo. A. Browning, Jr., of Gold
ville, member of the legislature iromi
Laurens, accompanied ex-Governor
Cole. L. Blease from Columbia to the
Pomaria meeting on Friday. From
Pomaria Mr. Browning came to Newberry
with Mr. E. S. Blease and Mr. E.
F. Hammond in Mr. Blease's car, to
take the train to Goldville.
Mr. John Shealy returned on Sunday
from a trip to South Georgia with his
family. They made the trip by auto.
Mr. Shealy' brings back a ratLer
glccmy picture of the crop conditions
in Georgia. He says the crops, both
cotton and corn, are literally burned
up for lack of rain and the cotton is
In ti e Virginia Weekly Standard of
July 30, published in Richmond, enu
-3 - < "?n : i._ 4-1, ? Km
meration is maae 01 rames iu iuc uugle
summons from the four-months
minute men." In the list is this: "Roll
call results from Newberry?Assistant
Reid." The Standard is published by
the Life Insurance Company of Virginia.
Mr. B. B. Reid represents the
Misses Bessie and Julia Kibler returned
on Monday from a trip to Yellowstone
Park, the Colorado moun
tains and canyons, Salt i-ake city ana
surrounding country, Los Angeles.
Mexico and ti e Panama-Pacific exposition,
and intervening points on their
homeward route, covering a period of!
over five weeks. They report tJ':-e exposition
a grand affair.
YABIOUS AJTD ALL ABOUT.
We still have t/:-e parks and moving
picture show with us.
Tl':at was a "merchants' rain" which
fell in the city on Monday morning.
Scfcaffer & Wallace have opened their
house furnishing office in room 6 of
the Scott building.
Onions Like 'Cool Weather.?Headline
in Laurensville Herald. So do we,
and we are no onion.
Street Superintendent J. W. Werts
ihas finished the putting up of ten
bridges and has five more to put up.
Some go to the park to look for
airships, while others are building air
Have you taken a month off?your
calendar? I^nis is borrowed from another
fellow, who borrowed it.
Rev. A. J. Bowers will preach at the
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer next
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
There will be a barbecue at Pomaria
park on Friday, August 13, for the
benefit of the Methodist churcn. The
program will appear in Friday's paper.
For swinging train. Oliver Kinard,
colored, was sentenced by Recorder
Earharat on Friday to pay $5.75 or to
work 15 days. He is working.
The Calendar society of Central
Methodist church will meet witL- Mrs.
George Johnstone on Thursday afternoon
at 5 o'clock.
Martin i> enneuy, singing comeumu,
will occupy tl e vaudeville stage at
the opera house on Thursday, Friday
and Saturday of this week.
Some go from Newberry to the
mountains, while others stay to have
the appendicitis and go to the hospitals.
Mondays ? "Hazards of Helen"
Holmes. Tuesdays?World films. Wed
nesdays?Hearst-Selig pictorial. On
Thursdays, Friday and Saturdays?
The Oakland Concert band is progressing
nicely under the direction of
Prof. P. R. Hallman. B. G. Friday is
president, D. F. Whitman secretary
and treasurer.?Mill News.
There was life in tJ e city on Friday
night, with the Chautauqua entertainment
at the court house, the moving
picture show at the opera Louse and
the amusement at the parks, all going
on at the same time, to the delight of
'There will be a picnic in Mrs. Eula
L. Wilson's pasture, just beyond the I
county Lome, on Thursday, the 5th |
instant, with two games of base ball.!
Refreshments will be served on the
grounds for the benefit of the McCrary
T! e local merchant pays his taxes
in this town and assists in defraying
t.he community expenses. He is doing
his part toward building u,p your home.
The mail order man pays no taxes
here and is doing more than his share
toward destroying the community.
Who are you supporting??Jefferson
Crick Young received punishment in
the recorder's court on Saturday.
Crick was up on two charges for assault
or assault and battery on a woman.
Recorder Earhardt sentenced
him to pay $10 or serve 30 days on
each charge. Crick had no $20 to
spare, hence ti':e days, 60 in number.
Two montis of hard work in hot
"We are thankful to the city authorities
i*r the cleaning of the sidewalks
of Fri?2d and College street, in the
neighborhood of The Herald and News
olnce an'i the postoffice. Sud':' a handsome
building as the postoffice deserve?
cle&n adn beautiful surroundin
all the time. And the street lead
ing from the postoffice to Mayor
Wright's fine mansion ought to be
Recorder Earhardt Iliad two black
cases before him on Monday morning.
Ida Williams was up for leading a disorderly
life, to which charge she
pleaded guilty, when the judge sentenced
her to pay $25 or serve 30 days.
Ida chose the days, which she is
spending on the county home farm as
a laborer. The other case was against
Arra Boyd and Liza Jeans. T:ese
are the women who engaged in a street
fight on Saturday afternoon, the cause
of which was something like domestic
infelicity or connubial misery?a sort
of disarrangement of the marital relationship
of the families. lAtrra forfeited
a $5 gond. Liza was dismissed.
IS NEWBERRY MAN
Dr. Thomas >V. Koon is Named By
the Citizens of Maryland
The State. !
Tv omas W. Koon, M. D., who was
reared in the Pomaria section of Newberry
county, was recently elected
mayor of Cumberland, Md. He is a
cousin of Thomas B. Graham of Co.
lumbia, and from newspaper reports,
the doctor is creating as much con
sternauon m ii-iuii.idp<xi m u^v
I Maryland city as the other Tom incites
at a baseball game with the score tied
in the ninth inning. In a pen picture
of the Cumberland official, the Evening
"Incidentally it may be observed
that the mayor is weathering tjhe
storms of municipal government quite
well, for his cares are .great, his admirers
-numerous and his critics persistent.
But those who envy ?him in
his job know not whereof they speak."
Man's wisdom woints out his own
imperfections, while <bis ignorance
magnifies virtues that do not exist.
Dead men tell no tales, but they
serve as a magnet that draws the murderer
back to the scene of his crime.
;>00 MILE BICYCLE TRIP.
Messrs 1?. 1. Bodie and E. J. Dickert
Arrived in Newberry Saturday
From Indiana Vl.i Bicycle.
.Messrs. B. T. Bodie and Elbert J.,1
Dickert took the people of Newberry
by surprise Saturday afternoon, w! en :
i: ey arrived here at the end of a 500!
mile bicycle trip trom .New Albany,,
Ind. These boys left Newberry several!
weeks ago for Indiana, where they |
canvassed for the Southern Music company
until they started their trip home i
011 tl e 25th of July. They were just j
a little less than one week in making j
the trip, showing splendid record for
the young amateur riders.
Leaving New Albany. Ind., early in
i the morning of the 25th, they passed
| through Louisville, Shelbyville, Lawj
rer.ceburg and arrived at Danville, Ky.,
| at 10 o'clock a. m. of the 26tf\ From
' Danville they went south to Somerset!
| and from thence to Knox;ville, Tenn.
From Knoxville they went east to
Asheville, N. C. From Asheville <they
came south to Newberry, by way of
Greenville, Laurens and Clinton.
The trip was a very exciting one,
j full of thrilling experiences, as well as
1 educational advantages.
ine Doys are now at u e nome 01
I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dickert, three miles'
j west of town.
! They say that the beauty of their:
trip was that they had neither a punci
ture or a breakdown of any form, not
even having to pump up their tires, I
j but are still riding on Indiana air. T' ej
j bikes and riders are still in splendid;
condition and ready for another tour;
should it present itself.
>'e wherry County W. C. T. XJ.
Meets in Prosperity.'
The fourtJ: annual convention of the
W. C. T. U. of Newberry county met
at Grace church, Prosperity, Sunday,
August 1st. The opening devotional
service was conducted by the pastor,
Rev. E. W. Leslie, after which Mrs.
I. P. Cannon, the president of the convention,
took the 6 air. Miss May \
Pominick gave us a most cordial welcome,
to which Mrs. E. E. Williamson
of the Newberry W. C. T. U. responded
in a very graceful manner.
Mrs. Canncn gaive a short sketch of
the W. C. T. U. and urged that more
union be organized in the county.
Prof. W. C. Herbert gave a mostj
inspiring address, speaking of "Man J
as a King," and showing ti e effects of
alcohol and wi' iskey on the system
and character of man. The meeting
adjourned for dinner, which was
bountifully and delightfully served by
the ladies of the church on the lawn.
Just before the opening of ti' e afternoon
session - a business meeting
was held. The minutes of the last convention,
held at New Chapel church,
were read. New resolutions were read
and adopted. Reports were then heard
from the unions of the county. TV.ese
were encouraging, showing that in a
quiet way much had been accomplished
in many ways. Reports of commit-;
tees were called for. The following!
officers were elected for the ensuing j
President?Mrs. I. P. Cannon.
Vice President?Mrs. J. M. Work
Recording Secretary?Mrs. M. C.
Treasurer?Mrs. M. C. Morris.
Corresponding Secretary?Mrs. J. D.
It was voted to invest in $20 worth
of temperance literature to be distributed
at the county campaign meetings
for State-wide prohibition.T!
e afternoon session was opened
with devotion, followed by temperance
3 Kir tho rViilrire.i
SOIlgS <111U lcuianuuo uj un^ ,
and vo-un? people.
Dr C. T. Wyche gave a most force- i
ful temperance address, speaking of!
! what the W. C. T. U. had done and;
J t)ie great influence it was exerting in!
State-wide and nation-wide prohibi- j
tion. After the reading of the resolutions
of thanks ti e convention closed.
Each delegate left feeling grateful to
the pastor and people or rrospemy |
who participated in making the convention
sucii a success, and for their
Mrs. J. W. White.
STORM AT GREENTILLE.
Electric Disturbance Follows Day of
Greenville, Aug. 1.?A terrific electrical
and rain storm, lasting nearly
two 'hours, broke here shortly before
midnight, after the hottest day of the
year. The lightning played for an
hour and a calf and early this morning
a large fire could be seen in the country,
presumably the result of the electricity.
No f res nave been reported in
the city. Saturday the official thermometer
registered 98 degrees, while
street thermometers went many de
grees higher. One man was prostrated
on Main street. Tbe excessive heat
lasted, all ..the week without a break
until the storm of tonight.
GOOD ROADS MEETING.
Col. E. J. Watson to He Present?Everybody
All automobile owners in Xewberry
county are invited to attend the good
roads meeting at the court house Wednesday
morning at 9 o'clock. And all1
other citizens of the county who are
interested in better roads. The purpose
of this particular meeting is to j
secure the highway from the low country
to Spartanburg. At the conclusion
of the meeting in Newberry a party:
will go on to Waitmire, where another j
meeting will be held, and from Whit-!
n ire on to Union, where the chamber I
of commerce will entertain t) e party j
and from Union on to Glenn Springs, 5
where the party will be met by another j
party from Spartanburg.
It was hoped that we would be able
to publish who would join the party at
Von'horrv on ^ tob-A tVirv fn'n K11 + if ic
- ^ ^ i j auu tw.x\c luc ti xp, ,uui xl xo \
stated,that tJ ere will be from ten to i
fifteen cars leave Newberry. A number i
of ladies will accompany the party. At
Wkitmire the party will be joined by
a number of cars and the meeting at
Glenn Springs is expected to be a1
large and enthusiastic one.
(Col. E. J. Watson will come from
Columbia Wednesday morning and will
have with him a government engineer.
It is up to the people of Newberry
w! ether or not we will secure this
highway for Newberry. It will mean
a great deal to this community and it
is hoped there will be a large meeting
Wednesday morning to show our interest
in this proposed highway.
On Thursday, August the 12th, Superintendent
H. B. Blakeley of Lethe
expects Senator Johnstone and Mullins
and Gov. Manning, State Superintendent
of Education Swearingen, the
Abbeville county delegation in the legislature,
Senator J. M. 'Nickles and
Hon. 'W. N. Gray don, J. Howard Moore
and F. C. Robinson, and others to be
at Lethe. The object of the meeting
is to devise some scheme whereby the
State will appropriate sufficient'money
to open Lethe to all the dependent
children of the State. Lethe is doing
great good at present, but only to a
limited extent. T.ey have plenty of
land to enlarge its scope, but not
enough money. It seems to us it might
bo made an adjunct of Clemson and
an expert put in charge of the agricultural
department and open the
school to all needy and dependent
children of the State. There are numbers
of children in the State ti at have
one living parent yet need such an
rnstitiiHrm fr> enve them a hnme wl':ere
they m:iy be properly trained. It is
bope-d that the idea of Representative
Moore can be carried out.
Sunday School Convention.
Some of the proceedings of the Interdenominational
Sunday school convention
held in 'No. Ten township were
St. Paul's was the host, and there
were some interesting guests. The
program was full?'but not too full?
of lively and timely topics. The speakers
did full justice to the program.
Among the notable visitors was Rev.
P. E. Monroe, president of Summerland
college, Leesville, S. C.
The following resolutions were of
lered by Rev. E. W. Leslie, pastor of
Grace Lutheran church, Prosperity,
which resolutions were heartily adopted
without a dissenting voice:
"Developing the titanic evils of the
manufacture and sale of intoxicating
drinks, and in view of the approaching
election on September 14th, on
the question of State-wide prcl ibition:
"Resolved, first; That it is the conviction
of this convention that all
Christian people, and all others who
stand for the material, moral and spiritual
welfare of South.Carolina and the
salvation of our young men from the.
demon rum, si ould earnestly pray, labor
and vote for State-wide prohibition.
"Resolved, second; That this convention
urge the pastors, Sunday
cnnlc anH 11 rr?Vi ac nf this tnwnahi'n
and of the State, to do all in their
power to insure a sweeping victory at
the polls on September 14tlV
L. Berley Bedenbaugft,
At the Pepsi Cola Works.
The patrons of Mrs. H. A. Pittard
of the Pepsi Cola bottling works will
find an important announcement to
them in this issue of The Herald and
News. In addition to tf:is, Mrs. Pit
tard wants the public to know that all
the various soft drinks prepared at her
establishment are bottled under arrangement
and in circumstances of the
very highest sanitary conditions, having
been thoroughly tested and pronounced
If hell is any worse tlran Europe
it's us for the Sunday school class.
Whether Leo Frank be guilty or not
guilty, the country at least knows of
one Leo Frank. "" '
BARBECUE AT POMARLA. fl
Speeches by J. K. Swearinsren and Gov. M
Oie. L. Mease?Old Soldiers
There was the largest crowd at the
barbecue at Pomaria last Friday that
we 1 ave seen at a barbecue in New-^- H
berry in a long time. There was a^
gcoaiy numoer or uonreaerate ueter- ~ "?
ans present, all of whom were given
special attention by Mr. Walter R^ciaardson.
who was furnishing the cue.
In the morning an-<address was delivered
by Hon. J. E. Swearingen,
State superintendent of education. He '
spoke on educational lines and com%
plimented the people of the Pomaria T m
community on what tJ ey had done for
the schools and advocated a seven .
months' school term for all of the
public schools of the State.
At the conclusion of his speecih
prayer was offered by Rev. Y. von A.
Riser and a couple of inspiring songs JM
by bevy of pretty girls, and then 1
the speech by Gov. Cole. L. Blease. He
discussed a number of matters of interest
to the people and his speech
was well received. Xo synopsis of the iii
speech would do justice to the speaker.
Gov. Blease made his first political
speech at Pomaria and the people are 1 V
always glad to hear him. fl
At Oakland. *
Oakland 'Mill will be stopped one
week in August?7tV> tn "Ifirh?
which will be the usual summer vacation
for the help. Some of the folks
speak of going to the mountains, others
fishing, some visiting relatives and ^ ; J
friends. Yours truly contemplates tak- Vm
ing his vacation under tTe large oaks >11
that furnish the inviting shade in
front of the mill during the summer V
The health of -ti.e village is very
good. Doctors in Newberry are not
carrying fat purses for service rendered
the afflicted at Oakland. We are
aign above tne sea level and nave one WM
deep well that furnishes water for the
plant and village as well. It is 95 per
cent, pure, according to analysis.
We i':ave religious services every fl
Sunday. Rev. Bouknight, Methodist,
and Rev. Culbertson, Baptist, are the m
ministers in charge. We also have a W
flourishing Sunday school. B. L. Albritton
is the superintendent a^ v
his untiring efforts he has a g<fed at- * M
tendance and a membership of 210.
Man's tongue was made for use, but
not for abuse.
SPECIAL JNOTiUES). ~~
>Tr. Farmer?It will pay you to keep
your harness in repair. We have
an expert in that line. Work done *
at war prices. Newberry Hardware
Company. , 8-3-tf
I will be out of town until August 15. J
Dr. E. H. Kibler. J
Here Mr. Automobile 30.id?Does your
top or your upholtering need repair?
We have t':e man who can do it for iJ
you. Newberry Hardware Co.
Found?A large four-inch tire near
Newberry on Wednesday morning.
Owner may have same by identifying
property and paying for this ad.
It is Goodrich U. S. tire 34x4.
Wanted?The pubic to know that we J
are paying a very fancy price for 1
green hides; also best market price
for good beef cattle. Hutchinson &
Snellgrove, 1000 Main St., Newberry. I
Phone 38. 7-30-2m
I am still handling 0. K. Bread.. E. L.
J. B. Walton is still running his harness
repair shop at the brick office
of Wise-Lathan Stock Company.
For Sale?Five Bull Puppies. For further
information apply to J. F. Mc- IImm
Connell, MollC-on Mill. 7-20-4t fl
WANTED?500,000 feet lumber sawed I
in No. 8 township. J. G. Low, Spartanburg,
S. C. 7-6-*t
Gas is Selling at 17 Cents, at Sam
Dominick's automobile repair shop,
the place for it. 7-6-tf (
in i nn rrr ? i . i * J
UAtrs?iwe nave plenty 01 new am*
second hand 5 fcu oat bags, and 24
and 48 lb. flour sacks. See 113 for
your needs. Summer Bros. Co.
I will be glad to hare scholars who v
need coaching the summer montft*.
Mrs. J. E. Norwood, 1311 Glenn St. .
6-4-tt , I
Bring Your Auto (if out of repair) tq
Sam Dominick's repair slbop. ALL i
work guaranteed. Sharp's old stand,
south side Friend street, opposite
Mt TOUKG 3L BROWN.
JTEWBEBIW S. C. ,