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Ike Movements of Many People, ,
berrians, and Those Who Visit
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Miss Alberta Clinkscales of Abbeville
is visiting at Dr. J. M. Kibler's.
Mrs. G. W. Hiller is visiting relatives
around Cnapin and Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Parks returned
from Paw ley's Island.
Miss Tee Pashall of Mt. Carmel is
visiting Miss Kathleen Hayes.
(Miss Harriett 'Adams is visiting
Misses Alpha Bolt and Amy Wolff in
Mr. L. Morris has left for Baltimore
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ana .\ew yarn. to purcnase ms ian
stock of merchandise.
Mr. Wm. C. Swittenberg of Columbia
is visiting his mother, Mrs. Kate
Mrs. R. D. Wright and children left
on Wednesday for a 'visit to relatives
Miss Elise Gaillard has returned
trom .\ewoerry arier a snort ivisu, uo
I\!essrs. A. P. Boozer, J. M. Sanders
and L. Morris left on Wednesday for
Washington, New York and Baltimore.
Miss Mayme Paysinger of Newberry
is visiting Miss Ella Lee Byars at
Mrs. Amanda Comalander of Chapin
is visiting relatives and friends in
J. T. Goggans is spending his vacation
at his old home in Newberry.?
Rock Hill Record.
Mrs. C. E. Black and little son, Irby,
are visiting her sister, Mrs. Welch
IMisses Alma and Ethel Eargle of
Leesville are visiting Miss Frances
Thompson at Helena.
Miss Banna Green will leave on Saturday
for Goldville and from there
/ will go on Monday to Hendersonville.
Mrs. J. G. Miller has returned from
t?e Pomaria section, after visiting her
mother, Mrs. Laura Koon.
Miss Frank Paysinger will return'
on Saturday from a visit to friends
Mr. J. P. Williams of Andrews, S. C.,
was on a brief visit this week to his
relatives in Newberry.
Mrs. J. W. Maxris of t)':e Hotel
Savoy has retiwned from a visit to
Miss Ada Woodward of Newberry is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Merchant.?
Mrs. C. J. Zobel and son, C. J., have
returned from Johnston, aft?r visiting
i er daughter, Mrs. W. J. Yonce, and
31iss Lizzie Abrams of Thornwell
orphanage at Clinton is visiting her
brother, Mr. Chesley Abrams, at Helena.
Miss Margery Luther of Columbia
spent the first of the week in Newberry
with her .uncle, Mr. Holland Fellers,
Mr. and Mrs. A..M. Wicker and litf
tie daughter of Charlotte are visiting
Viic? norante Mr onH l"VTr?a T \fAnmo
UiO , auu v. vv
Mrs. L. E. Walthall of Atlanta is
visiting relatives in Newberry. Dr.
Walt).all is expected to visit here next
Mr. O. W. Summer, Sr., returned
from his trip to Hendersonville, leaving
Mrs. Summer and the children to
enjoy a longer stay there.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adams hav^ re
turned from Hendersonville and Miss
Kate Adams has returned to Greenwood.
Miss Frances Workman of the Bush
River community spent last week with
her cousin, Miss Louise Workman.?
Hopewell cor. Laurens Advertiser.
Miss Mavme Ferguson has returned
home from a visit to relatives in Newberry
and other places.?Laurens Ad
* m. and Mrs. C. D. Knight have
gone to Carti:age, N. C., to ivisit his
father, after visiting Mrs. M. Kate
Mr. Earle Payne of Washington, D.
C., is visiting rejatives and friends in
Newberry, his former home city. This
is his first visit in eight years.
(Mrs. J. C. Taiylor and children of
Newberry are visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Tavlor.?'Pleasant
Grove cor. Saluda Standard.
Mrs. Pink Thomas of Newberry visited
relatives near Indian Creek and
Nazareth this week.?Indian Creek cor.
Dr. G. Y. Hunter, Prof. S. J. Derrick
and Mr. J. B. O'Neall Holloway
are on the list of speakers at 'Pleasant
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Miss Margaret Burton has returned
to her home in Newberry after a visit
to Misses Sarah Perrin and Janie
| Mr. J. D. Gillespie of Florence, rep
resenting the Chicora College for
Women, Columbia, was in the city this
Miss Anna Dic-kert, Mrs. Wm. Folk!
and lirt^p snn and i.Mrs. D. P. Ringer
and little son have returned from vis-1
iting relatives and friends at Pomaria.
Miss Addie Callaham. daughter of
Mr. S. L. Callaham of Newberry, is
spending this week with relatives in j
Honea Pat!':..?'Honea Path Chronicle. |
Mr. T. P. Johnson left on Wednes-!
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day for Waxhaw, x. c., to De witn .\irs.
Johnson on a visit to her parents in
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Langford and
little son, Griffin, Miss Sara Pope and
Mr. E. A. Griffin motored to Columbia
Mr. Onas Parkham, who clerks in
the Bjmk of Ninety Six, is visiting
friends in Newberry and Columbia.?
Ninety Six cor. Greenwood Journal.
Mr. and iMrs. J. Y. Jones and children
of Newberry were visiting their
grandmother last week.?Ninety Six
cor. Greenwood Journal.
Miss Eva Goggans returned from
Jacksonville aUd Bartow.Fla., and after
spending a day or two at home left
on Tuesday for a visit to Laurens.
I Mr. and Mrs. :E. Carlson and little
son of Columbia came to Newberry
visiting on Monday, returning home on
Past Grand Master Geo. S. Mower
took part on Wednesday in the Masonic
ceremonies of t?e laying of the corner
stone of the new town hall at Araen,
a suburb of Columbia.
Mrs. Vernon Monroe ana little son,
Claude, have returned home from a
visit to relatives in Newberry and
Greenwood.?Hopewell cor. Laurens
Mr. S. H. Card, field superintendent
of the Reliance Life Insurance company
(his headquarters at Charlotte)
visited General Agent W. E. Pelham,
Sr., this week.
Mrs. John Henry Sligih, together
with ner little daughter, has gone to
Holly Hill, Orangeburg county, to
| spend some time with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Beatty.
Mr. Claude -E. Shockley, agent for the
Piedmont and Northern Railroad company
at Williamston, is on his vacation,
spending a while with relatives
I.Viiss Clair Ardrey of Yorkville has
come to Newberry to learn telegraphy
as a pupil of Miss Ethel Herron at
the Western 'Union Telegraph office in
I-Vlrs. Lonnie Dickert of Newberry
has been a pleasant visitor of Misses
Bernice and Alice Devore thex past
week.?Ninety Six cor. Greenwood
'Miss lAnnie L. Smith, accompanied
by little Miss Elizabeth White, left on
Monday for Baltimore, Philadelphia
and other points, where Miss Smith
will colont liar npw millinprv snrmlies
for t: e approaching season.
Mrs. R. C. Perry and little daughter
Mildred went to the Columbia hospital
on Wednesday to see Mrs. Perry's sister,
Mrs. S. W. Derrick. They were
accompanied by Mrs. Russell Tid
marsh and Mrs. Boyd Jacobs.
Mr. E. L. Boland nas returned to fhis
work, with the Rush Bros, company,
after a few days' visit to his father
near Prosperity, S. C. Glad to see
Boland on the job.?Greenville Daily
Mr. K. B. Wells has been made the
chairman of the topic committee and
a member of the legislative committee
i cf the State Firemen's association. The
j president of the association knows how
j to pick fcis men.
Rev. and Mrs. J. \V. Carson left on
Tuesday by auto for Gastonia, N. CM
I to spend a while. They were accomI
panied by the Rev. R. W. Carson of
j Rosemount, Tenn., wl-o was ivisiting
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Mr. Stanmore Langford of -Union,
who can stand as much, if he can't
ftand more, lightning playing around
him in a storm at a Southern Power
sub-station tic an any man employed by
the company, was in the city a short
while this week.
Mr. Irby D. Shockley, after a stay
of two weeks at the hospital in Columbia,
whei*^ he underwent an operation,
was brought on last Monday to the
home of his daughter, Mrs. T. 0. Stewart,
in Newberry, where he is improving
under the good nursing of his
On his return trip from the moun*?jfnc
\fr A?rar W Peterson savs hp
left ^endersonville at 1 o'clock on
Sunday morning and reached Spartanburg
at 4 a. m., making the 45 miles
in three hours, and meeting only one
automobile. He says'that Is the best'
time to travel by auto in the mountains?from
midnigM till day?as to
avoid the passing of automobiles.
VARIOUS AMI ALL ABOl i.
As we went to press Thursday afternoon
there was no killing at a col-j
ored picnic in progress in the country.
As long as R. F. D. T. E. Wicker's
voice is in good condition he needs no
auto ). orn.
Back to 8 o'clock nightly for beginning
the showing of the pictures at
the opera house. Daily 4:30.
See James Edge, the equilibrist, etc.,
in vaudeville at the opera Louse this j
"Hawk Bye Bill," in the Leesville
News, speaks of "the scum of the earth
mingling with the imps of hell." Hawk
Eye Bill is fierce.
Here is 129 personals in a bunch.
That many tickets were sold at Newberry
for the excursion to Columbia
Jo:.'.n Brown, colored, is taking the
30 days in lieu of a $25 fine for assault
and battery, which case was handled
on Thursday by Iecorder Earhardt.
Besides a whole lot of money at the
National bank, we have just seen a
big banana cantaloupe and a pound
and a half sweet potato. They have
things at that bank.
Messrs. W. C. Waldrop and T. Burton
have gone in with Mr. J. J. Eargle
at the Newberry Machine shops, mak
ing a new firm, wi:ere they will repair
automobiles, motorcycles, etc.
Mr. Robert Y. Leavell says Andrew
Moon has been working for him 28
years ana naa never oeen out or soulj
Carolina until he went to Washington
this week to see his children.
There will be a prohibition rally
day at Gilbert August 19. Dr. Geo.
B. Cromer of Newberry, Dr. Burts of
Columbia and Dr. E. C. Ridgell of
Batesburg will be the speakers of the
Newberry is being blessed with good
seasons, fine on stubble corn and other
things. We heard a Prosperity man
say he sowed turnip seed on Saturday
and saw the sprouting plants on
A 300-pound cake of ice fell on the
foot of Mr. Arthur Glazener while en
gaged with his duties at the pepsi.cola .
bottling works of his sister, Mrs. H.
A. Pittard, and crippled IMm. His foot
was severely mashed.
Proprietor Chas. P. Peiliam of tfce
Newberry hotel contemplates taking
the road by the first of September and
Mr. W. W. Bullock contemplates tak- ,
ing charge of the hotel at that time
and in that event.
Probate Judge Claude C. Schumpert
officiated at a colored marriage ceremony
on Tuesday noon, at his office,
pronouncing Peter Spearman and Maria
Wilson, both of this county, man ]
This spreading, of the visiting nurse J
idea to the smaller towns of the country
is a mighty good sign, and we be- :
lieve all the encouragement possible
should be given by the public and by
ti e municipal authorities.?Spartan- 1
lAmon^ the 88 chamoion bov corn
growers of the State who are receiving
a month's schooling at Clemson
college, at the expense of the government,
are two from Newberry
county, Wilbur Wessinger and Carroll
"The IMan Who Found Himself" at
the opera house next Tuesday, will
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uc lui tu ujf ivuuci i tv at v> iuxv, v>cn
known to Newberry theater-goers.
Find yourself at the opera house on
Tuesday afternoon or night. These
fine World films are drawing crowded
Deputy Slierjff Wm. M. Dorroh left
on Thursday at 3:30 o'clock for Rock ,
H'ill in response to the following wire
from Chief of Police J. M. Youngblood:
"G. E. Hamlet in custody. Send for
!':im at once." The wire was dated
Thursday morning. It was known at
the sheriff's office here where Hamlet
was and the warrant for his arrest
had been sent to Rock Kill.
Xo orator, no speaker, no preacher,
ever pleased his entire large audience
w a, xuan or a. woman. o picture ever:
pleased everybody. Largs crowds saw
"Hearts in Exile." In behalf of those
who thought it was good, and in the
face of those wjho didn't think it as
good as those who thought so, we say
it was one among the best of the World
nims ever snown in iNewDerry.
1 Since Mr. Lonnie Dicfcert started the
fashion of limping, Messrs. John Scurry
and iWill Cromer had to follow suit
Mr. Dickert's limping came from an
operation at the hospital. The town
clerk got his by running a foot race
with a little boy and tfhe National
bank's bookkeeper got his from the
kick of a grasshopper. At least he
was chasing a grasshopper for fish .
(AUGHT I\ SPARTANBURG.
Buck" Wilson, Charged With Wife;
i'eatinsr, Arrested on Another
in the absence of Sheriff Cannon G.l
Blease, Deputy Sheriff W. M. Dorro..;
has been busy. One of his latest cases j
relates to Euck Wilson, colored, of I
Helena, who has been wanted here
since he was charged with beating his
wife recently. After recovering from
the severe beating, Annie Wilson, tJ':e
wife, went to Spartanburg. Buck, who
was hiding out, heard of it and followed
her to that city. This was
found out through a ciessage received
at Henela by (Mr. B. E. Julien from
Annie Wilson tc this effect: "For
God's sake have Buck arrested." >Ir.
Julien at once communicated witJ'a the
sheriff's office; the office got busy and
connected with Spartanburg, with the
result as explained in the answer below:
Spartanburg, S. C., Aug. 11, 1915.
Mr. Cannon G. Blease, Sheriff,
Xewberr.y. S. C.
Replying to your 'phone message to
me today in reference to the negro"
John Wilson, alias Buck Wilson,
wanted by you on the d arge of assault
and battery with intent to kill
on his wife, Annie Wilson, on July 18,
1915, on warrant issued by L. M.
Player, magistrate Newberry county,
on July 20, 1915, on oath and affidavit
oi William M. Dorroh.
I beg to say that after receiving
your 'phone message I called up Mr.
Beymer, the superintendent of the
Muckenfuss broom factory, over the
'phone in regard to t)~is negro and Mr. j
Beymer told me that the police had
come there to the broom factory this
morning and arrested this negro, John
Wilson, alias Buck Wi'son, on the
charge of disorderly conduct for beat??
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ill5 up i-i? nuc laoi. mgut, .
I then called up Mr. J. H. Hill, chief
of police, in regard to this negro and
the chief told me that he was holding
him on the charge of disorderly conduct
and ti at he would be tried on
this charge at mayor's court at 10
o'clock tomorrow morning, and in case
he was convicted and paid his fine, or
acquitted, that he would hold him for
me to be delivered to you under this
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warrani. ur mat u i_e ua.u tu ocivcj
his sentence, as soon as he completed
serving his sentence he would have j
him held for you. I am,
Yours very truly,
W. J. White, Sheriff.
Wash and cut up the tomatoes and
cook until tender. Strain ti-rough a
To every quart of juice add:
Two cups of vinegar.
One cup of sugar.
Two and a half tablespoons of salt.
One tablespoon of mustard.
Three-fourth of a tablespoon white
One-half tablespoon of cayenne pepper.
One tablespoon each of cloves, allspice,
mace and stick of cinnamon
(tied in bags.)
Boil to consistency of cream, or until
Dne-half reduced in bulk, watching
carefully to prevent burning. Can or
bottle while l ot, seal with cork and
iip in sealing wax.
Apple catsup may be made by substituting
apples in place of tomatoes.
Willie Mae Wise,
Co. Home Dem. Worker.
Death of a Widow.
Mrs. Martha Chapman, widow of
Adam Chapman, died at the home of
her daughter, l.VIrs. Nora Shealy, at
MolloTion on Tuesday afternoon and
tl.e remains were shipped to White
Rock on the 3:20 train on Wednesday
afternoon. She was about 73 years
Fisi' ins: on Bush river is once more
becoming popular, but an ice block in
a spring is something new.
Sunday School Convention.
To the Sunday Schools of Newberry
r 11'"? ? rt ?>t?t a 1 a/vv>ttar>ti aw r\ f I
JL1..-C icguiai ainiuai k^kjh v ch tiuii ui
the Interdenominational Sunday school
convention of Newberry county will
hold its next session at the Mission
church, near Mr. Jno. C. Neel's residence,
about three miles east of Newberry,
commencing on Wednesday,
September 1 and continue for two
The fulPprogram will be published
soon. Each scfbool will be entitled to
three delegates besides the pastor and
the superintendent of the Sunday
school, who are ex-officio members of
the convention. 'Let me urge the sunorintdn^pnte
tn olppt /IplAMfps fln
early date and forward names to me,
and see that all reports for tfb-e convention
are properly and fully made
out and transmitted to the undersigned.
J. B. O'Xeall Holloway,
I Societv I
viv iviv'^v i v^
.Mr. and Mrs. J. B. O'Xeall Hol'-oway
announce the engagement of tl .eir
Mr. Edw. F. Irick
of Elloree, S. C.
The marriage, to take place the
latter part of this month.
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An Informal Rook Party.
IMrs. David A. Langford entertained
at a delightful little informal rook'
party on Thursday evening, complimentary
to her house guests, Misses
Young of Mountvi-lle. During ti:e evening
a refreshing ice course was served.
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A Rook Party.
A card party was given on Monday
night at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Lindsay in honor of their
guests from Atlanta. Rook and other j
games were played.
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Miss VfUrdlaw Honored.
Miss Margaret Xeel entertained delightfully
at her home in Boundary
street on Thursday evening in i':onor
of her house guest, Miss Rebecca
Wardlaw. Several games of rook were
enjoyed, after which different contests
were indulged in, from which quite a
bit of fun was derived.
Mr. Clarence Wallace and Miss Rowena
-McDermotte won first prize, while
Mr. Claude Sligh and Miss Corrie Lei
Havird won the booby prize.
During the evening a tempting ice
course was served.
About a dozen couples enjoyed Miss
Delightful Rook Party.
On Monday afternoon, at their attractive
home in College street, the
Misses Dominick dells^ftilly entertained
a number of their friends.
There were nine tables of rook ana i
many interesting and merry games'
were played, after which a dainiy ice
course was served.
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For Miss McLarnon.
lYTrs .T "R Hunter entertained a few
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young people delightfully at rook on j
Wednesday afternoon complimentary
to her attractive niece, Miss Hoilda McLarnon
of Chester. Many merry and
interesting games were played, after
which delicious refreshments' were
For Mrs. Mcintosh.
Mrs. J. H. Mctntos!'.: of Columbia was
Miss Lucy McCaughrin's honor guest j
on Tuesday afternoon, when she en- j
tertained at rook.
After many merry games, the charm-!
ing hostess served elegant salad,
A delightful rook party was given
on Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. A.
After playing for quite a while, the
cards were laid aside and delightful
refreshments were served.
Younsr Peopled Missionary Society.
The Young People's (Missionary society
of the Methodist church will
meet in the church parlor Sunday afternoon
at 4:15 o'clock.
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The regular meeting of the Civic association
will be held at C:e residence
of Mrs. L. W. Floyd on Monday afternoon,
August 16, at 6 o'clock.
The Win^hrop Daugnters will meet
with Miss Blanche Davidson on Friday
afternoon at 6 o'clock.
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An Informal Dance.
Miss Maude Epting entertained a J
few friends at a delightful little dance j
on Wednesday morning at the attract- I
ive home of Mrs. R. Herman Wrigfct
in Calhoun street. Delightful refreshments
were served at noon.
Those enjoying the morning were:
Misses Jaunita Langford, Lucile Gog
gans, ucue urnun, wwuuie ou?>mou
and Messrs. Robert Pool, Sam Crotwell,
Carroll Dennis, John Kinard,
.Tames Crotwell and Oeorge Yonce of
Central tf. E. Church, South.
(Rev. F. E. Dibble, Pastor.)
Sunday, August 15?Morning service
11 a. m.; subject, "Mine or God's."
Sunday school 5 p. m.; Jt^pwortn league
6 p. m.; evening service 8:30 p. m.;
subject, "The Valley of Decision."
The public cordially welcomed at
all tifcese services.
The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Hend
Because of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXATIVE
BROMO QUININE is betterthan ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
ringing in head. Remember the full name and
look lor the signature of E. W. GROVE. 25c.
AT THE OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY
Robert Warwick in "The Man Who
On Tuesday, August IT, Manager
Wells will present to t< e Xevvberrjr^'H
public the World Film corporation V
five-part photo play, "The Man Who
Found Himself," based upon tae drama
variously called "The Mills of the
Gods" and 'The Coward," when it was B
successfully produced a few years ago.
George Broad) urst was the author.
What "G. H. B." doesn't and didn't *
know, about dramatic construction is
not worth knowing.
Robert Warwick, admittedly the
fyr?AO f ?V1 A+i An A A. ?<% ?? ?1
gitaicot iiiUCXUU pitiuie ACLUI ULWYV ucfore
now before the public, has an
ideal part in the drama?one that combines
all the good opportunities that
were given him in "The Man of tiie fl
Hour," "The Dollar Mark," "Alias
Jimmy Valentine," and other notable
As James Clarke, a thieving cashier
m me power or an acquaintance, ray
ton, who blackmails him, he has tJ';e
immense problem of finding himself,
of retrieving himself in. the eyes of the
law, and in those of the girl who loves-.
1 im. H'e is sent to prison and escapes,
and then i':is real troubles begin. The'' " J
blackmailer still pursues him and fi- V
nally when he twits his victim with V
cowardice, Clarke, secure in the love
of his sweetheart, voluntarily returns
to gaol to serve tl:e balance of his
Here is a strong, consistent, logical
story around which the author, Broadhurst,
flung plenty of exciting incidents
and action. The drama in fact
is full, from start to finish, of sensations
and bold character drawing, such
a one, in fact, as holds your attention
from the minute it starts until its 4
Tie production is on the same lavish
scale as with other World film
features. Nothing is stinted or scamped.
And the phctop'av, always a strong
part of these features, will meet with
"The Man Who Found Himself" be
longs to that class of production wthich
justifies a motion picture exhibitor in
raising his prices to the public. However,
Manager Wells says that on Jk
Tuesday the prices will remain the A
same, 5 and 10 cents.
Fine Yield of Wheat.
iMr. John M. Suber reports mop?
than 300 bushels of wheat from 12
acres, without fertilizer.
This is certainly a fine showing and
demonstrates tf:e fact that farmers in V
Newberry county can live at home. Es- 1
timating the cost of seeding and har- 1
vesting at $5 per acre, this leaves Mr.
Suber a net pront or aoout $zi> per
acre. This beats cotton and we hope
ma r*y others will follow this example.
Raise your bread and meat at home
and make cotton your surplus crop. ^
There are others wl-o have made some A
good yields. Please let ine know who JHm
you are and what you have done.
Slaughter^ Sale. 1
Caldwell & Haiti wanger's great I
slaughter sale is still going on and
if you are looking for real bargains
it will pay you to attend this sale. J
Manager Joe Hutchison says that the 1
prices are being cut deeper and deeper ,
each week and that they are selling
Doctor Stuck will be out of town Monday,
Aug. 9th until Monday, Aug. 16.
Mr. 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.
Dr. E. H. Kibler. d
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Here >Ir. Automobile Man?Does your w\
top or your upholtering need repair? ?,
We have f:e man who can do it for
you. Newberry Hardware Co.
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Wanted?The pubic to know t!iat we m
are paying a very fancy price for 1
green hides; also best market price
for good beef cattle. Hutchinson &
Snellgrove, 1000 Main St., Newberry.
Phone 38. 7-3Q-2m j
tias is selling at u ueuig, ax a am
Dominick's automobile repair shop,
the place for it. 7-6-tf '
I wfll be glad to hare scholars who
need coaching the summer month*.
Mrs. J. E. Norwood, 1311 Glenn St.
Bring Your Anto (if out of repair) to <
Sam Dominick's repair stoop. All
work guaranteed. Sharp's old stand,
south side Friend street, opposite
DR. YOUSG 3L BBOW3f.
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