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Hie Moiements of Many People, Neilberrians,
and Those Who Visit
John C. Higgins has returned from
visiting relatives in Anderson county.
Miss Ida Epting returned from her
visit to York last week.
Mrs. E. C. Jones has returned from
visiting relatives in Greenwood.
Mr. Loomas Dunbar has returned
from a visit to relatives in Union.
Mr. J. T. McCrackin returned last
week from Hendersonville.
Mr. W. K. Slign of Jacksonville, Fla.,
is in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. L. Aull spent Saturday
nigi:t and Sunday in Anderson.
Mr. Bartow Copeland is able to be
up from a spell of illness.
Mr. .Eugene S. Werts has returned
Miss Leah Boland of Savannah is
visiting iMlss Lucile Lathan.
Miss Ruth McCrackin of Newber :y
spent Monday here with friends.?CI nton
Mrs. Georgia Williams returned last
week from a visit to relatives in Newberry.?Greenwood
Miss Ruth Nickles has returned
from a visit to friends in Newberry.?
Hodges cor. The State.
Mrs. T. E. Wicker leaves on Tuesday
for Whitmire to visit her father,
Mr. Frank E. Maybin.
Mr. James Milam returned last week
from I>urens with his new Maxwell
roadster. .4~ *1*
|Mrs. Eugenia Black and little William
of Live Ook, Fla., are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Adams have returned
to Mt. Pleasant, after ivisiting
relatives in Newberry
Mrs. Fannie E. Cromer of Strothers
is spending a while in Newberry with
her sister, Mrs. J. C. Adams.
Miss Estelle Plunkett of Greenwood
nas returned nome alter spenaing a
week with Miss Miidred Abrams.
S. <2. Still has gone to Newberry to
spend the week-end with relatives.?
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Aull of Newberry
are spending tf':e week-end with
friends here?Anderson Intelligencer.
Miss Nellie Bishop of Laurens is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Katie Coats, at
Misses Grace and Josie H'utchinson
returned last week from visits to
Barnwell, Charleston and Augusta.
Mr. Pierre C. Gaillard has returned
from tfte mountain regions of South
and North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Livingston visited
!UT. and Mrs. W. J. Ruff at Pomaria
Mr. J. F. Parkman of Greenwood,
rnrmenfpfJ with -tiho. Smithprr? Pnwpr
company, was in the city last week.
Gilbert Summer has gone to Hendersonville,
to be witfr. his mother and
the young members of the family.
Mrs. C. B. Cowan of Due West visited
her sister, Mrs. B. T. Paysinger,
Mrs. G. J. Harris of Lake City, S.
C., is visiting her step-daughter, Mrs.
Mr. Eugene A. Griffin is taking his
vacation from the Savings bank and is
spending it about and around the city.
Miss Leila Df*un!s of Newberry is
the guest of C. H. Eleazer's family.?
Chapin cor. The State.
Messrs. David Caldwell, Richard
Floyd and Bennie Mayes have returned j
from Pawley's Island.
Mr. Reuben Long and family of An
derson autoed to .Newberry on Sunday,
visiting his sister, Mrs. J. C. Goggans.
Mr. C. D. Barksdale of Laurens spent
the week-end with relatives in Newberry.
Little Miss Mildred Livingston has
returned from a two-weeks' visit to
Miss Katie Wicker at St. Philips.
Mr flnH Mrs. H. M. Ldndsav and lit
tie son and tMiss Nora King have returned
to Atlanta, after a week's visit
to Mr. and Mrs. John A. Lindsay.
Mrs. E. P. Morris and little daughter
of St. Luke's spent last week with iber
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Rodelsperger.
jar. AIv iii vYiigui ui mc auuciouu
Intelligencer office is dividing his vacation
between visits to Johnston and
Misses Clara Bowers and Ruth McCrackin
have returned from visiting
in Chester a Chicora classmate of the
former and college mate of the latter.
Mrs. John Perdue and daughter,
Miss Rebecca, of Silverstreet are vis
iting at the home of Walter Catcher.?
Saluda cor. The State.
Mr. L. G. Balie came d wn from
Laurens on Sunday to see Mrs. Balle
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ail CI LUcJ Oil ii v, a1. '.u:: iiuuit ui nci H"Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Goggans.
Mr. John A. Peterson, who routes
the mail on Newberry No. 2, has returned
from Pawley's Island. Mr. Allen
Reighiey did the substituting.
Dr. Geo. M. Sibert, after visiting at
the home of Rev. 0. C. Brown on the
Point, returned to Newberry yesterday
Mrs. R C. Boyleston and little
daughter, Elizabeth, of Black'ville are
visiting Mrs. Boyleston's parents, Mr.
| and Mrs. J. R. Davidson.
Mr. . C. Da-vis is back from Glenn
Springs and his many friends will be
glad to know that the water of Glenns
has been beneficial to his health.
(Mr. and Mrs. Gus B. Summer and
two children returned last week from
tl':e mountains, and Mr. Marvin Summer
left for Asheville.
Miss Naomi and Gertrude Faucett
have returntd home from a visit to
their sister, /Mrs. C. H. Workman in
Miss Catheroine Garlington of New
Derry is visiting lvixss rrauiuc jeuuius
on South Dargan street.?Florence
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Eskridge have
a little Eskridge visitor, but the little
girl visitor has come to stay in the
house for life.
Mrs. W. H. Wendt will return on
Tuesday from Columbia hospital, re
covered from her operation at the hospital.
Dr. E. E. Stuck has returned from
Wrightsville beach. lAmong the many
things he enjoyed there was a convention
of moving picture people./
n*?.c A PaVa Om itv> ond danchtoT
ITil O. XX* V UUU wi y
(MlsS Isabel, of Newberry are guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Glenn.
?Chester cor. The State.
Miss Ora Belle Bachman of Newberry
is the guest of Miss Marcile
Richardson.?White Rock cor. The
Mrs. J. A. Sease and children of
Prosperity are the guests of T. O. Stou-1
demire's family.?Chapin cor. The
Miss Consuelo Dent has returned
from Newberry, where she visited
Miss Juanita Epting and other relatives.?The
Judge T- J. Griffin went to Newberry
today to see his half-brother, Mr.
Martin Bullock, who has been ill for
some time.?Greenwood Journal. iM'r.
Bullock is critically ill.
Prof, and Mrs. S. J. Derrick of New
' berry are spending a portion of the j
summer vacation at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. D. F. Efird.?Lexington cor.!
Mr. Robert D. Wright is among the
members mentioned in connection with
the Southern Checkers association for
j the championship of South Carolina,
to meet at Chick Springs August 25-27.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. D. Smith, Sr.,
I have returned from Statesville, N. C.,
and the geniial cashier of the Newberry
National bank feels more like
; working since his enjoyable outing.
IMTs. Helen 0. Ray has recovered
from a long and severe spell of illness
and is able to resume her work in the
Newberry Business school, which is
good news to her many friends.
President Wm. Coleman of Whitmire
has been named by Commissioner Watson
as a delegate to the Pan-American
road congress at Oakland, Cal., on September
Mr. Newton Brown of Mobile, Ala.,
is visiting his sister, Mrs. ueo. u i^pps. j
He and Mr. and Mrs. Epps were among j
those present at a family reunon at j
Kinards on Sunday.
i iMr. George Mite':ell is in Washing|
ton under treatment of a Greek spej
cialist. We hope the physician may be
! able to restore the health of his pa
I LieilL ll'UIll i^CVYUCllJ.
! Mrs. J. Mann, Miss Annie Mann and
Miss Amelia Klettner, on their return
from Columbia, were accompanied by
I (Miss Klettner's cousin, Miss Harriett
i Zobel, who is visiting her relatives1
here and at Helena.
Col. E. H. Aull, editor of The Hferald
and News of Newberry, paid us a slnort
visit Wednesday. Col. Aull was with
the good roads boosters and was held!
up in Union for quite a whilt on ac-i
count of rains.?Union Times.
Miss Eloise Reeder of Saluda has
returned from a delightful trip to
Newberry, wlhere she visited her unc'e
Mr. B. Y. Adams, and family?^Green,
! Messrs. Charles K Summer and
I George W. Summer, Sr., left on Monday
for Richmond, Va., to attend the
' "Better Acquaintance week" cere
monies. It will be a big week in
Sheriff Cannon G. Blease and daughter,
Miss Colie, and "Rastus" Eison
have returned from the mountains of
VnrtV> Parnlinfl Ipavin? Mrs Rlpasf
and her sister. Miss Nellie Adams, at
Saluda for a while longer.
Mrs. E. L. Witherspoon of Sumter,
Miss Katherine Garlington of Newberry,
Misses Lily, Bessie and Sadie Graham
of Scranton and Mr. and Mrs. R.
B. Cannon were present at the Jef_
j_ /-i ? v-? u; th,
iorus-Vjx axiam H eumug uu luuisuaj
evening.?(Florence cor. The State.
Mrs. Minnie Wimberly has returned
to Cameron, after visiting her sister,
Mrs. W. -H. Zeigler, who has been seriously
ill. She was accompanied Lome
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[>y ner niece, nine .uiss Ejiiiaucuu
Zeigler, Horace Zeigler having returned
Governor Manning and Senator
Johnstone of Newberry spent Wednesday
night in the city en route to Lethe.
Tie governor was the guest of W. P. j
Greene and Senator Johnstone of W.!
W. Bradley, while in the city.?Abbeville
President William Banks of the State
Press association, in view of an inI
f/M>m o i m oat inn /\f fh a O CC/"?r>?U Hf?n in
iv/i UlUi UUWH-Ui, VI blAV - ?
Columbia during Fair week, has announced
the standing committees. Mr.
W. H. Wallace is a member of tibe
committee on the good of the order,
Mr. E. H. Aull on the "old guard."
The sales force, consisting of Misses
Mary Wicker and Marie Moore, who
romp here from 'Newberry. and Mr. T.!
E. 'Bullock of Newberry, with Mr. 0. 0.
King of Anderson, are all experienced
and will make shopping at the new
store a pleasure. Mr. Anderson was
formerly in business at Greenwood
and Newberry and has the reputation
of being a live wir^.?Anderson Mail in !
local of B. T. Anderson's store.
Miss Eva H, Gary of Newberry visI
ited in the home of her cousin, Mrs.
W. S. Mobley, the past week. On Sunday
morning Miss Gary entertained
the members of C':e primary class with
an interesting story on obedience. Miss
Gary is quite prominent in church ;
work, being superintendent of young
people's work in the Reedy River asso- !
ciation and leader of the Sunbeam
band at Newberry Baptist church.? <
Johnston cor. Edgefield Chronicle.
VARIOUS AtfU ALL ABOFT.
"Excuse my dust," does about as
much good as "we are neutral."
Helen Holmes has come back to
Tuesdays at ttte opera house.
Don't fail to read Caldwell & Haiti-'
Miss iM'aud Smith and Mrs. Clyde
Pnrtnn Vmth rvf Mnllnhnn u'wp mar- I
ried on Sunday.
Before a fellow goes to talking too
big he ought to be certain he has the'
! right rphore number.
Fine yields from fine fields is the;
poetry of motion we like to "hear tell
From tf:e wood that is being hauled
to the city, and from other sights, it
doesn't seem to be such awful times
in the country.
The regular monthly meeting of the
W. C. T. <U. will be held at the residence
of Mrs. Mary Wright Tuesday
afternoon at 5 o'clock.
That colored picnic on last Thursday
was a Sunday school affair. They have
been giving these picnics for several
years and have never had a killing.
It seems like we will ftave an early
fall. Lay in your wood and coal supplies.
A long, cold winter is predicted.
Many a citizen now has a Ford, and
many have other makes. More than
one man's ford is on Scott's creek,
east of tfce city parii.
XT' oatvia r?AArvl A caG O H O TV
EjVCiV umc 3V/U1C pet/pit u. UUI'K |
cloud encircling the horizon in the
shades of evening they look for the
lights to be cut out in a twinkling.
One citizen of Newberry is being
well advertised throughout the State
and county. That man is Mr. John
Henry Chappell. All the editors are
It is a wonder some of the newspaper
men fcaven't said something
of what Warsaw. If we had tfbe time
for such, and made a practice of it,
we would try to deal that sort of
Mr fteo. W. Summer says that Mr.
Oscar W. Peterson told only one side
of his Hendersonville trip. He spoke
only of his fine trip down the mountain
road. Nary a word of the upward
'.Every part of Newberry county
hasn't had good seasons. Some parts
are needing r&in. But the rain is like
County Supervisor Sample and City
Supervisor Werts?just can not always
be everywhere at the same time.
Maybe tftere will be a crowd going ^
:'rom Newberry to Columbia on the
Southern's excursion on Wednesday.
Fare for the round trip. 73 cests. Train
! leaves Newberrv 9 a. m? leaving Co
| '.umbia 9 p. m. returning.
T! e Excelsior Hose company will
meet this, Monday, night at the fire
department at 8:30 o'clock. Members
are urged to be present, as matters of
importance will demand their attention.
G. E. Hamlet came from Rock Hill
to Xewberry last week, but he came
because Deputy Sheriff Wm. Dorroh
went for him and brought him back to
answer to the charge of breach of
The old telephone post which was
replaced by a new one, at the corner
of Baxter's undertaking establishment,
stood t'. ere for 18 years, Mr. Jack
Dunston, who superintended the work
at that time, being still on the job, as
also Walter Lee, colored.
If you would like to see "The Man
Who Found Himself," take yourself to
the opera house on Tuesday, while the
famous Robert Warwick is finding
himself in one of those celebrated
[ World films so perfectly thrown on the
! screen by Jordan and Karl.
! When JoCn Wilson, alias Buck Wil1
son, gets through serving his 30 days
in Spartanburg for wife beating, the
Newberry authorities will get him on
: a similar charge, full mention of whid'n
has been made in The Herald and
i On the 21st of July Ike Shears, the
professiosal chicken thief, was sentenced
to the chain gang by Magistrate
Player for 210 days on seven counts.
After doing time from that date until
ti':e 14th of August, last Saturday, Ikey
When the H. & N. man saw the clerk
of court, the probate judge, the county
supervisor and the last ex-sheriff leav
ing town in Samuel Johnson's auto on
Saturday morning, he thought something
was up. But they were only
leaving to attend the "home coming"
affair at O'NeaU's.
It was not in Xewoerry where the
lion and the lamb dwelt together in
unity, but it was here where a cat
played mother to a half-grown rat,
nursing it along with her kittens, until
it disappeared after about a week's
stay in the family. Mr. Tom Harrell
says it is the truC:; that he got it from
Mr. H. M. Mayer.
One of the most touching and sweetly
beautiful pieces of music we have
heard in a long while was "Almost
PrrcriarioH " as rpndprpd hv thp ft'.imr
of the First Baptist church on Sunday
night, at the close of the earnest sermon
by the Rev. C. R. Cruikshank of
Magnificent have been the sunsets
of late, following the horseshoe rainbows.
But some people don't see the
brilliancy of the space between the
rim of the setting sun and ti':e forward
ripples of the twilight's waves. They
see the clouds all right, as they see
evervthins on the dark side, but wf:en
it comes to the brighter part they
don't see it of their own accord.
Tom says this is not for publication,
but we didn't promise not to print it,
as can be proved by Dr. J. A. Meldau.
T. E. W. of R. F. D. familiarity, went
out on Friday, tf:e 13th, with his 1913
+ V* a Ixr onAi/lonf 1
U2tr <111U illCl Willi <X \s\JO\.l.J av.viuv.ui.
to his machine. Wl':ich proves that
Friday, when it is the 13th, is an unlucky
day to handle anything with 13
The visiting nurse performs a work
of vast benefit to a community and the
experiment in Charlotte has not only
tended to the preservation of public
health, but has been a benefaction to
the recipients of the nurse's attentions.
T e State board of health is urging
the employment of the ivisiting nurse
by all towns of 5,000 population.?
Magistrate Player had an unusual
case in his court on Friday last. A
father prosecuted his own son. Monroe
Jones, colored, had his son, Albert
Jones, arrested by Constable Pope L.
Buford and tried, the charge being that!
Albert had threatened his father's life j
and attempted to strike him with a
rock. He pleaded guilty and the magistrate's
sentence was $5 or 15 days.
The prisoner took tfte days.
Some people from the country were
in the city on Saturday night. They
said they came in just to go to the
park, but whether Willowbrook or the
no-name Dark we don't know. All
we know is that on going home Sat-'
urday night from the opera house we,
saw a crowd scattering from the latter
park because it was raining and
the parkites had no umbrellas. The
reporter had an umbrella, but couldn't
divide with the crowd with sufficient
satisfaction. Moral: Carry umbrellas
uuiiug uv/s, \iclj o.
Mr. Jno. C. Lee of Columbia is visiting
fris family in Newberry.
TKAI> AND WAGON MEET.
On firade Crossing?Mule Det' il,
>Va?on Tom to Pieces?Two
Negroes Hadly Hurt.
The gr^de crossing of the railroai
just this side cf v e Spearman flag
station is a very dangerous one, the
public road entering the railroad from
a deep cut on either side.
Last Friday afternoon a negro man
and I'. is family drove down to the
crossing in a one-horse wagon just as
the train on the railroad wasapprooching
from Newberry. It was t?:e afternoon
passenger train bound for Greenville.
There were four persons in the
The driver did not follow the injunction
of President H'arrison to stop,
look and listen, and maybe did not hear
the sound of the whistle, if it sounded.
The train struck the wagon and
mule, or tr:e mule and wagon struck
the train. Anyway there was a collision
and the mule and wagon and
| occupants of the wagon were carried.
' down the track. The mule was killed.!
1 the wagon torn to pieces. The wife I
of the negro man was struck in the
I ead, but not seriously injured. One |
j of the children had two holes knocked J
I in her head and it was thought the j
i skull was fractured and that tf'-e child j
v:ould possibly die. The other two,
were not hurt seriously. The mule be- j
longed to Mr. W. H. Sanders and the j
; negroes were on their way to a big
! meeting that was in progress some
j where is tf':e neighborhood.
Grade crossings are dangerous and
are getting more so as travel increases.
Possibly the reason there have been j
' no more accidents at this crossing is
the fact that the road is not traveled
If either one of the negroes that was
1 hurt has died it has not been reported.
NO. 1 TOWNSHIP
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONTENTION
On Thursday, August 12, the No. 1
| Township Sunday School convention
I met at the O'Neall Street church, at 8
i o'clock. The chairman being absent,
| the meeting was presided over by Prof.
! J. B. O'Neall Hollo way. Mr. A. H. j
! Bouknight was elected secretary. De-1
votional exercises were conducted by
j Rev. W. J. Ruff.
j The following program was carried
j out: I
First Topic?The Outlook of the
Sunday School, by Dr. E. C. Jones.
Second Topic?What is tfce Sunday
School, by Mr. T. B. Mclntire.
Third Topic?What the Sunday
School Ought to Be, by Jas. F. Epting.
Fourth Topic?W-en Shall it be
What it Ought to be, by J. Y. Jones.
Song, Leaning on the Everlasting
Fourth ToDic?How to Secure Better
Teachers, by Dr. E. C. Jones.
Fifth Topic?Every Member of the
C-'urch a Member of the Sunday
Schoo1, b.y Rev. J. N. Booth and Rev.
F. E. Dibble.
Song, Trailing On.
Sixth Topic?Factors That iM'ake For
Christian Citizenship, by Jas. C. Klnord.
(b) In the Sunday School, Mr.
W. L. Griffin, in Mr. Parks' place, (e)
In tfce Church, by Rev. W. J. Ruff.
Song, Work For the Night is Coming.
The second session was held in the
West End Baptist church, August 12,
J. H. Wicker presiding:
Rev. J. X. Booth conducted devotion*'
al exercises. Rev. Mr. Bootfr read a
lesson on a model Sunday school.
Song, Sweet Hour of Prayer.
Mr. Holland Sligh gave an interesting
talk on "Relation of the Sunday
I School to the Church."
Rev. F. E. Dibble was the next
speaker; subject, "T':e Model Sunday
Prof. 0. B. Cannon was to discuss
"What Kind nf a Sundav School Class
Attracts Men," but in his absence the
chairman called on Hon. B. V. Chapman,
wfbo responded very entertainingly.
Mr. A. H Bouknight discussed, How
a Well Organized Working Bible Class
j Helps the Church.
! Temperance as Taught in the Sunday
Schools, by Prof. J. B. O'Neall Hollo
Tne last topic, wwai impicaBiuus
Will I carry With Me From This Convention?
open to all, and was responded
to by several of the delegates, exfinessing
their views and paying high
I tribute to the excellent program.
! Song, Wonderful Words of Life.
J Tiie churches of the township were
well represented, and the convention
was well attended and enjoyed by ail.
A. H. Bouknight, Secy.
Death of an Infant.
HP. the two-months-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Reeder of the Ja
lapa section, died on Sunday morning
and was buried at Trinity on Monday
morning at 11 o'clock, service by the
Rev. W. R. Boukn'.ght.
THE APPALACHIAN HIGHWAY 1
Work to Be Commenced on the Road
lietueen Newberry and Wfcitmira
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A committee from Whitmire and V
Newberry met with Supervisor Sample
in Newberry on Saturday to take up
the work on the Appalachian highway. fl
iMr. Sample stated tfat he had al- M
ready made some promises and that
ne would nave to iuini tnose oerore
' e could begin on this work, but
he was willing to co-operate with tae *
people of any community where they
were willing to help themselves.
Col. Watson telephoned that ?e had
the matter up with the federal government
and that he could not secure 1
a road engineer under two weeks.
Besides, it was concluded that it ..
would be well to secure the rights of
way wf;ere it would be necessary to ^ i
relocate or widen the road and
private subscriptions before work was
commenced. In other words, to gtt
everything ready and the survey made
aua v% ueu me wuik. was commenced iu
push it right through. The engineer
will be here and go over the road in
about two weeks and make the survey,
and it was decided by the supervisor
and the committee to start work on
the 15th of September, and every one
will work to tfcat end and be ready
with whatever help is to be given.
Snnprvisnr Snmnlp will the ma
1 chinery and the overseers and the
scrapes and the gang for thirty days
and with tl-e help that will be coming
from private sources the road should
be built in that time. There will be
about four gangs at work on different
sections, so that the whole may be
completed at one time. J
i About $2,500 has been subscribed on
I the road from Newberry to tf:e Union
line, which is a little more than $100
a mile. With the assistance of the
county this should be ample to put
I the road in fine condition.
As soon as tf':is road is completed, if ^ j
the people who live along the other*- 1
road will come -with the assistance the
supervisor will put it in f}ne condition
also, zrJ then we will have two
good roads between Newberry and
: Whitmire. Tve policy of the super- .
visor will be to help and community ^
that will co-operate and help themselves.
The thing that will be done now will
be to get the money and subscriptions
in hand and all arrangements to pusuwork
as soon as commenced.
Miss Fannie Brock returned to her
home in Columbia Saturday, after a
pleasant visit to relatives in Newberry,
accompanied by her cousin, Miss Texie
Just Received?Case after c^se of
brand new goods, such as long cloth,
cannon cloth, pajama, lawn, bed
spreads, sheets, nainsooks, Lonsdale
cambric, towels, napkins, doilies, *
belts, neckwear, caps, corduroy,whit#
and all colors, Ready i.Viade Cordu
roy Skirts; all colors in messalin, " Jl?
the $1.25 kind at 69c yard! crepe de
cine, all silk, the $1.50 kind, said
price 95c yard. Caldwell & Haiti- i
wanger, Jos. T. Hutchison, Mgr. I
Farm For E?nt?3 horse farm, improved,
one dwelling, one barn.
wired pasture, fruit trees bearing,
sodded to crimson cl6ver and bur
clover and vetch. C. P. Pelham.
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Doctor Stuck will be out of town Monday.
Aug. 9th until Monday, Aug. 16.
Mr. Fanner?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 j
I will be out of town until August 15.
Dr. E. H. Kibler. 4
Here Mr. Antomobile MUn?Does your
top or your upholtering need repair?
We have t&e man who can do it for
you. Newberry Hardware Co.
Wanted?The pubic to know that we
are paying a very fancy price for
green hides; also best market price
for good beef cattle. Hutchinson &
Snellgrove, 1000 Main St., Newberry.
oo 7-S0_2m ?
X UKWV tfO. . ? -
Gas is Selling at 17 Cents, at Sam
Dominick's automobile repair shop,
the place for it. 7-S-tf
I will be glad to ban* scholars who
need coaching the summer months.
Mrs. J. E. Norwood, 1311 Glenn St,
Bring Tour Into (if out of repair) to
Sagi Dominick's repair flbop. AU
work guaranteed. Sharp's ol4 south
side Friend street opjpo^t? JB
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DR. TOnfG It BSOW9.
DENTAL SUB0EOX, JH
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