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Ske Movements of Many People, Newberrians,
and Those Who Visii
Miss Glen Fleming of Charleston is
visiting Miss Lucile West.
Mr. X. P. Mitchell is off on a trip to
Charlotte and Asheville.
(Miss Sara Halfacre is on a visit to
relatives in Union county.
Mr. Jas. A. Burton tas gone to Hendersonville
for a few days.
Miss Lenore Henry is the charming
visitor to friends in Saluda.
Ilfisses Sudie and Leila Dennis left
today for a ivisit to their aunt at Chappells.
Miss Ainslee Houseal of Columbia
is spending a few days with her cousin,
Miss Julia Johnstone.
Miss Ethyl Kinard of Augusta is
visiting t':e Misses West in Cornelia
Mr. Ross Evans of Newberry spent
the day in the city witi':! fVTr. Ralph
Miss Augusta Blake is visiting
friends in Newberry. ? Greenwood
Mrs. Jas. Johnson of Newberry is
the guest of Mrs. Sam Zimmerman.?
Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Dibble left on
Thursday for a visit to Waynesville
and the mountains.
Mr. Geo. L. Epps, of R. D. Smith &
Son's, spent a little of his vacation at
Mr. 'Albert F. Riser spent several
days recently at Newberry.?Tiugaloo
Among the returned Newberrians
are Messrs. T. N. and Wm. R. Parks,
Miss Mattie Glasgow of Newberry
Is ivisiting the Misses Easterby.?Laurens
Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Kibler and little
son are among those who have recent
ly returned nome trom tjienn springs.
Mr. "Red" Sligh of Columbia spent
Tuesday in Newberry visiting some of
his relatives and some of his friends.
Mr. J. D. Epps of Union county is
visiting his brother, County Treasurer
Jno. L. Epps.
Mrs. Guy B. .Sliockley and little
daughter, of Lexington are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cromer.
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.air. ana ivirs. n. A.uut?rson auu nttle
son f:ave returned from the principal
markets of the North.
Mrs. J. W. Crossland and children i
of Bennettsville are visiting her pa-1
ents, Clerk of Court and Mrs. Jno. C.
Miss Ola Crosby and Mr. Wm. M.
Crocker, both of Whitmire, were married
on last Saturday by the Rev. J.
T? ."Rrrvk at Wlhitmire.
Newberry Cotton Mills Superinten-!
dent J. M. Davis and family and Mr. j
Claude Werts have returned from the
Mountain resorts and watering places.
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter of Newberry
returned home on Friday, after a visit
to Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Swetenburg ? i
Miss Ruth Young left last week for I
^ fortnight's visit to Miss Lurline Aull,
at Pomaria, S. C.?Newman, Ga., Her- i
Miss Ina Davis of Honea Path is j
visiting Miss Nellie Adams. Miss Da- j
vis is enjoying -vacation from Iher!
stenographer's desk at Greenwood.
Mrs. A. W. Knight spent last weekj
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
R. Spearman at Newberry.?^Bamberg
"WHarht of Newberry is vis
itiag at the home of his uncle, Capt.
W. 'A. Strother, and among other relatives.?Keowee
Miss Geneva Thornton of Newberry
spent yesterday in Columbia. Miss
*3T:ornton was elected on the faculty
of the Olympia school this year.
Mrs. J. O. Dunston has returned
from her trip to Atlanta, Athens, Fayetteville
and Hampton, after visiting
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Graham and
youngest children left on Monday
"tot Anderson to visit relatives for a
"week or ten days.
^Mr, Frank M. Scftumpert and Mr.
. "Warte o n.1^ fami'l-V Ipff flTI W^d
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nesday by auto for Gregg Shoals to
visit his son, Mr. H. M. Schumpert.
Miss Marian Schumpert and Misses
'Eoline and Lillie Mae Werts of Silverstreet
are visiting JMt. and Mrs. Claude
Mrs. T. W. Smith and son of Newberry
have been visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Crisp.?Laurens
Advertiser. They have returned to
i Mr. and Mrs Frank Wright have
been visiting relatives in t'-e neighbor-!
hood.?Tylersville cor. Laurens Adver- >
h'cor i\tv qnri YTrc Wrisrhfr have re
, turned to Newberry.
Messrs. E. Hugh Summer, W. L.
Miller, M. L. Buford and William Mun:
son Buford left by auto for Hender-1
sonville on Wednesday, to end in tnree
Mrs. George Summers of Jackson-j
?' 11? TT11 ? -rrrlirv is. iri citinir her oi cf or !
| vine, rid.., n uvy io noiuug i
' Mrs. J. M. Bowers, is spending a few
i days witfe Mrs. Henry Hunter at Go!dville.
iM'iss Mamie Paysinger has returned
; from an enjoyable -visit to relatives and
friends at Sharon, after having been a
: member of a Ihouse party at Piedmont
Springs and a visitor to the Kings
Mountain battle ground.
Mrs. Henry Parr and Miss Eddie
Mae Parr spent a couple of days as the
guests of i.Vi'rs. Robinson last week.
Mrs. Parr will enter two of Ler
daughters in the Woman's college next
year.?A. R. Presbyterian.
Mr. and Mrs. I. ;H. Hunt .returned on I
Wednesday from a very pleasant visit
of ten days in the fine Blair-Pomaria
country, at the hospitable homes of
Mr. W. D. Rutherford and Dr. E. 0.
J. H. Riser of Leesville, passed
f rcrrmorTi r'rvl 11m V?i o voctArrinv rptnrn
I/Ul V/U^U VViUJUJMiU ^ VWVV4 v.w^ ) * WW.* **
j ing from a stay of several weeks in
! Savannah, Ga. Mr. Riser is principal
of the high school in Griffin, Ga., and
will open tfbe approaching session
Mrs. R. D. Wright of Newberry and
Mrs. C. IM*. Corn of Johnston, are visiting
at the !':ome of Capt. and Mrs. W.
A. Strother, and among other rela
tives in Walhalla.-r-Walhalla car. Anderson
Intelligencer. Mrs. Wright, little
Miss Troxelle and Master Downes
have returned home.
Miss Kattirin Garlington of Newberry,
who came here to attend the Graham-Jenkins
wedding, and who played
very beautifully the accompaniment
for Miss Sara Williamson's song, returned
to her home this morning.?
Florence Times. Miss Garlington has
returned to Newberry.
The Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Leslie and
little Miss Mary Obenshain of Prosperity,
iS. ., arrived this afternoon for
a visit of several days to Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Marcus on Virginia avenue. The
Rev. Mr. Leslie will fill the pulpit at
i T nf'ri Ann ? /"?V> 11 T-i Cnn t*
uuiuciau tuuau uuuua;
morning at 11 o'clock.?Roanoke, Va.,
Mrs. J. C. Holt, of Guthrie, Okla.,
visiting her brother, Mr. Claude H.
Williams, and other relatives in Newberry,
left on Tuesday to visit her
brother, Mr. J. P. IWSlliams, at Andrews,
S. after which ^he will visit
i her uncle, ex-Governor Cole. L. Blease, j
j in Columbia.
ivits. J. H. Bisson and her daughter,
Miss. Isabel, and little son, J. H., Jr.,
who have been on an extended visit
to Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Rogers; and
family, left on Thursday for
their home in lAthens, Oa., Mrs. Bisson
having recovered from her recent critical
illness and operation.
Mr. and Mrs. W.- A. McFall of Bennetts
ville arrived tfce first of the week
irom Augusia 10 spena some ume wnn
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. M. Kinard and iMr.'
and Mrs. J. Y. McFall. T'rey were accompanied
by Mrs. McFall and children,
who had been visiting her father,
Dr. R~ H. Land.
Mr. James L. Boyter and Miss Estelle
Chaney of Laurens were married
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Chaney, in North Harper street. They
were married at 9:30 a. m. on August
1st, by Rev. J. A. Brock and have been
visiting their friends and relatives in
tne lower part or L<aurens and .\ew!
berry counties.?Watts cor. Laurens
J. H. Wicker, manager of the Farmj
ers' Oil Mill at Newberry, was a vis1
itor in Columbia yesterday.?The
State. He went to see his son, Dr.
Keifer Wicker, who has been very ill
at Dr.' Babcock's sanitarium. Dr.
j Wicker is recovering and his father
i left him greatly improved.
Prnf TT* W Phanmitn r\f fh? fnfnl
ty of Newberry College, has returned
home from Cleveland, 0., after spending
seven weeks in tJhat city where he
was engaged in the research laboratory
of the National Lamps Works of
the General Electric company, studying
in the interest of his duties at the
Mr. John W. Cromer of iWhitmire
and rVTifiSf*? Sara Chalmers and Mvra
Sligh of Newberry spent the week-end
with relatives and friends in Abbeville
county. The party went in Mr.
Cromer's car and the -roads were fine
by wny of L?aureng and Greenwood. On
the return trip, on account of (heavy
rains Monday evening, the muddy hills
prevented fast traveling,
VABIOUS AM) ALL ABOL i.
Here is another batch of 2S5 personals?excursionists
The rainy dog days proved true this
Wood processions come into the |
city from different directions every
More peacf:es and figs are finding
the way to t?e reporter's desk, and?
Out of 217 cases of typhoid fever re;
ported from 28 counties, only four
are from Newberry.
Mr. Paul Anderson is now opening
nis store witn new gooas jusi coming
Dr. A. J. Bowers will preach at Beth
Eden Lutheran church on the fifth
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Children's day will be observed at
Lebanon church on next -Sunday mornins:.
The Dublic is invited.
Miss Nellie Adams has returned
from Saluda, N. C., and oti:er places
in and around the mountains.
Mr. Bartow Copeland went to the
Columbia hospital on Thursday, accompanied
by his physician, Dr. W.
E. Pelham, Jr.
The second Sunday school meeting
of Township Xo. 5 will meet at St.
James church, Thursday, August 26,
Rev. A. J. Foster of the Shandon
Baptist d.urch, Columbia, will preach
at the First Baptist church next Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock.
There will be a picnic at Beth Eden
church on Thursday, August 26. Everybody
is invited to come and bring
n-nT 1 -fiHa/3 V?oeIro+c
n ti'i iin^u MauAvvu.
"Parking" is the latest expression.
It was made in reference to upper
Scott's creek park, but holds good for
lower Scott's creek park.
For the days shall come upon thee
that thine enemies shall cast a trench
about thee and compass thee round,
and keep thee in on every side.?St.
Luke, 19:43. War in Europe.
Governor Manning has commissioned
Thos. G. McLeocl of Bishopvilie
to hold the regular court of common
pleas for Newberry county, commencing
on November 15 next.
The vision beautiful is no myth to
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me uiau vv-u is u ue lu lu& niguci ^vuceptions
of life, who keeps his fine illusions
and develops them into real
ideals.?Charleston Sunday News.
If we can rear for ourselves beautiful
thought^ and hig^i aims, and large
conceptions, they become after a while
not merely creations o;: our minds, but
guides throughout our lives.?Charleston
"Honor thy father," is t?e teaching
of the play presented by the World
Film corporation for next Tuesday
at the opera house, and there is not a
girl or boy who goes to the movies
who will not profit by tice advice.
Tee voices that speak from out of
the silence are not those of greed or
gain, or unworthy ambition or selfish
interests. They spring from a pure!
source and can find their way only
to a pure heart.?Charleston Sunday
"xuere is nothing in a name. A
Newberry citizen named Halfacre is
said to_6wn considerable property.?
Spartanburg Journal. The Halfacres
are whole acres in Newberry when it
comes to being successful people and
It takes a bis? storm to keep lots of
people from going to see t)'-e pictures
under the managem^r t of Mr. H. B.
Wells. Those who failed to see Wednesday's
pictures missed something
fine. The special days are not the only
days on which good pictures are shown
at the opera fcouse.
The 'Laurens Advertiser speaks of
a shipment of three Oakland sixes
having been received on last Saturday
mArnin/v Ktt +Vin T o nrnn r- MntAr for I
IIIUI inii? uj mc uaui^uo i?JLuiui i
company at 11 o'clock and sold at
11:15, one bought by Dr. Bedenbaugh
of Newberry. And more needed to
fill tfce orders.
A barbed wire fence on the edge of
a sidewalk cut a little boy's hand the
other day. It is dangerous to have
fhoco tt'ira fon^><vc crv nlrvco frw fhp
bUVkJV ? 11 V luuvvu u vy V/iV'JV WV/ kUV
sidewalk. Little children are liable to
get hurt any time. And isn't it a violation
of State law to run barbed wire
along a street or roadway?
The voices out of the silence are
neara oniy wnen we listen ior xneui.?
Charleston Sunday News: Lots of
people never listen for them. They
don't even hear the musical chirps
which come from the fringes of the
meadows at the falling of the twilight.
For the Southern excursion to Co4k
IU 111 L? 1 a UU Y>CUUC3Uaj Iliac >TC?C uvu
tickets sold at Newberry, 78 of which
were redeemed owing to the lateness
of the train, leaving 285 to be used. 1
The- agent could have sold 500. He
stopped selling because he knew the
crowd could not be accommodated. TV: e
eight coaches passed here with 1.300 j
people aboard, so crowded that none]
could get on from Newberry. After j
waiting from 9 a. m. until a few min- j
11 ? Art P 1 v\ m f V\ A At'AllYlf ?A? A t"t"
U ICS Ui -t p. ill., liltr CALUI Uii, ,
their tickets having been validated so
as to allow passengers to remain over
in Columbia next day, if they wished.
.JAMES B. HALFACRE
Governor Manning has appointed
Mr. J. B. Halfacre as auditor for Newberry
county to succeed Mr. Eugene
S. Werts. Mr. Halfacre's bond has
been arranged and only awaits Icis
signature and the approval of the
/Will Meet With Holy Trinity at Little
Mountain September 3-3?
The Newberry Lutheran Conference
will meet at Little Mountain, September
3-5, with Holy Trinity, Rev. J. J.
Long, pastor loci.
The hours will be from 10 a. m. to
4 p. m., with intermission for dinner.
All the pastors and a delegate from
each congregation is expected.
On Friday there will be a discussion
on "Family Worship," opened by T. J.
Wilson and ReT>. J. B. Harman; a sermon,
with holy communion, by President
Leslie. In the afternoon the discussions
will be as follows: "Sanctification":
(a) "The Many Views of the
Errorists," Rev. S. C. Ballentine; (b)
"The teaching of the Lutheran Church j
on Sanctification," Rev. -S'. P. Koon. j
"How May Pastoral Visitation be Made
Profitable to the- People?" R. T. C.
Hunter, J. B. O'Xeall Holloway, Rev.
P. 'E. Shealy.
On Saturday the following discussions
will be had: "The Scriptural
Ground for Making the Weekly Offering
an Act of Worship," J. B. Hunter,
Dr. J. S. Wheeler, Rev. Y. tvon A.
T-? ? 1 T.%4.^ TIaII " o
xviser. v^uxisl s JL/eaucnt iulu ncn, <x
paper, by Rev. W. J. Roof. ''A Plea
for Class Rooms in Sunday .School
Work in H e Country," Hon. A. Kibler,
Rev. E. Fulenwider. "The Importance
of Trained and Consecrated
Teachers in Sunday School Work," Dr.
G. Y. Hunter, Rev. B. W. Cronk. "How
Can Our People be Stimulated to More
Bible Reading and Study," Norman
Wessinger, J. A. C. Kibler, Rev. Z. W.
Bedenbaugh. Also there will be a sermon
on Saturday at 11 a. m. by Rev.
un '^unaay at 11 a. m. itev. j. n.
Harms will preach; in the afternoon
Rev. P. E. Monroe will make an address.
Y. von A. Riser,
Sentenced For Beating Board BI1L
G. E. Hamlet, who was brought from
Rock Hill by Deputy Sheriff Dorroh,
was taken before Magistrate Player on
Tuesday and pleaded guilty to the
d arge of beating his board biH, which
was preferred against him by Gus. I.
Ammons. The sentence of the court
was $35 or 30 days. The prisoner took
the days. He is one of the unfortunates
out of a job. While in Rock Hill
his wife and two children remained
? A " A Latvia ^ All* K?11 Y*OT1 .
ill lilt? AU11JUUUB uuuic auu ? tn uui tuu |
to $12.50. They (bad an old trunk not
worth $3.50, which Street Preacher
Ammons forced to a sale, refusing to
keep the woman and her children any i
longer at f*is house. Magistrate Player
and Broker F. R. Hunter?jwhose office
is just across the hall from that of the
magistrate, and who is in a good position
to see everything going on by
the magistrate?took pity on the woman
and children and bought tf:em i
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HCKetS LO ^Oiuiiiuia, WHU LUC Wiimuu- j
tions of themselves and one or two j
other kind-hearted persons, Mrs. Ham- j
let having relatives in Columbia.
Indian Creek and Butler Items.
I Miss Esti'.er Nichols of Newberry!
and Annie Mae Conwiii or Prosperity j
have been guests of Miss Geneva Black
the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Waters and children
of Newberry 'visited the homefolks
on Saturday and SunCay.
The Rev. Smith of Newberry is assisting
the Rev. Gardner at Bethany
in the protracted meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard of Newberry
worshipped at Salem on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Schumpert and
children of Batesburg motored over to
Newberry Sunday to spend a while
with relatives of Mrs. Schumpert.
J T~> ?c I
J.VI1SS UU owuiici yjL ? j
the guest of her cousins, the IMisses i
Brooks and Booker.
Mrs. Essie McCarty and daughter visited
relatives in Newberry last week.
. Miss Minnie McCarty is at (Newberry
as the guest of er cousin, Miss Harird. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Moot Ruff of Newberry <
have been with relatives in this section <
for several days. <
Mr: and IM'rs. Miller have returned :
to their home in Newberry, after <
spending some time here with home 1
Booster Trip to Be Made Next Week?
Bis* Bally at Spartanburg.
The booster trip in the interest of
the Appalachian highway is scheduled
for next I uesciay. The local committee,
after considering t) e schedule that
was first announced, have decided that!
the par*;, will leave Newberry at 9:30
a. m. sharp and will make the first
stop Gibson's or Brown's mill, at 10
o'clock, and will go direct to Whitmire,
where a stop will be made and
a meeting held.
It is not the purpose now to print!
a schedule of the meeting, except to
make tf-is correction in the leaving!
time from Newberry and to request j
those who are going to make the trip I
to see Mr. B. C. Matthews or Mr. Z. F. j
Wright and let them know that you j
are going. The Spartanburg chamber!
of comerce is making extensive prep-!
arations to have a rousing good roads
meeting in that city on t)':e morning j
of the 25th. It is expected that there j
wiil be several cars from Columbia,!
and it is hoped that quite a number
will join the party at Newberry. See
the committee so that they may know (
wi' o are going from Newberry.
$> AT THE OPERA HOUSE <S>
Julius Steger in 44The Fiftb Commandment.^
Carl Winters is a teacher of music,
of fVift. Vqtt* "V /-> -rl.* P'rvll^orQ /-vf \T 11 CI /"?
au 41^/ ?? jl vi xv
Among his pupils is Alice Winthrop,]
daughter of Stephen Winthrop, a
banker. Car! and Alice are lovers.
His employer, Director Bergb., witnesses
a love scene between the two
in the college and he dismisses Carl
and informs the fattier of Alice of her
love affair. The banker warns Alice
tl at she must not see Winters again.
The girl assures her father of Carl's
honorable intentions and pleads to
have him grant Winters an interview.
Tie banker refuses. The girl tells
Carl what has happened and that her
'ather will leave the cityvwith her for
a long period. Carl asks her to become
his wife. 3':e consents and they are
married. When Alice tells her father
of her marriage, he orders her from
Carl and Alice spend their honeynoon
in Carl's boarding house. Carl
accepts an offer to become musical di-!
rector in Rio de Janerio. Alice prom-1
ises to join him there as soon as he j
is established. .Several months pass.
The banker learns that his daughter is
soon to become a mother. Mr. Winthrop
goes to I'rer and persuades her
to return to his home. Alice in her
correspondence with her husband has
not told him of her secret, so as to
cause him no worry in r? is new position.
Winthrop, in his hatred for Carl,
intercepts and destroys the letters and
cables which the husband and wife
send ^o each other.
Carl l':as met with success in his
new position, but is distressed at receiving
no news from his wife. A
daughter is born to Alice, who died
from septic poisoning. Carl, alarmed
by his wife's silence, resolves to rei
turn and to bring his wife back with
him. Before his departure he receives
a cable from her father announcing H""e
death of his daughter, Carl's wife. At-j
ter a long illness, Carl leaves the hos-1
pital, friendless and disheartened. He
earns a livelihood singing in amusement
places, accompanied by a harpplayer,
a faithful fellow, devoted to
Carl, f:is teacher.
Years have gone by, Carl's daughter,
of whose existence he has been kept
ignorant, is now a girl of seventeen
years. Her father in South America
hoc Wnmo ?rav and old and is mak
ing a living as a street singer. His
wish is to visit the grave of his wife
and I'^e returns with his harpist to
One day, his daughter while out riding
is attracted by the sounds of music.
She speaks to the singer and invites
him to come to her ho-me the j
next day, whicfi is her birthday, to I
plav and sing for her. Carl consents, j
Carl and the harpist go to the Win-!
throp home and he sings for the young
girl, whose identity is unknown to
him, the song he had often sung for
his wife, for whom he composed it.
The girl goes to dress for dinner,
asking Carl to continue the song. He
sees a photograph. It is the portrait
of his wife. The banker enters and
accuses Carl and tt:e harpist of being
imposters and thieves. Carl learns
from Winthrop that the young girl is
the child of Winthrop's daughter?
Carl's own child! Winthrop orders
Carl from the house when Carl tells
him that he is the father of the girl!
The banker offefs Carl money to con-1
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ceal Ibis identity, uan reruses une
money, but resolves to go out of his
daughter's life to preserve her happiness.
After a final meeting with his
daughter, he is about to leave the
Qouse when flee banker, filled with remorse,
tells his grandchild, "Alice, this
w--- ... ' -skf &
man is your father. You must honor fl
thy father and thy mother, so sayetl^i
the fifth commandment." The storll
ends with father and daughter embrac^B
ing, the banker asking Carl's forgive:iess.
"T e Fifth Commandment," will be*^B
ihe feature attraction at the opera
nouse ruesaay, August Z4.
EVIDENCE OF APPROACHING
REVIVAL OF BUSINESS
The piles of dry goods and clothing
and hat boxes in front of Summej
Bros, clothing store and the new store
of Anderson Dry Goods company on
Thursday made it look for a little
t wtcile at least that business was re
viving. And it will begin to move
pretty soon. The National bank is
going to let all the farmers have money
on their cotton and hold it for better*
prices. That sounds good. And we
suppose the other banks will do the^i
A Card of Thanks.
Mrs. J. H. Bis3on of Athens, Ga.,
who, while on a visit here with her
children at the home of her sister, Mrs.
T. M. Rogers, was taken critically ill
and later underwent an operation at
the Columbia hospital, upon' her re-'
covery and return to her husband and
home at Athens, desires The Herald
1 J \Ta_ i- XI 1- xl. i*
<iuu i>ews lu manK xne inenas in -Newberry
who showed so mudb; kindness
and sympathy during her illness, to
all of whom she is deeply grateful."
Meeting of Joint Council
Of St. Paul's Pastorate
I Our joint council will meet at Bachman
c&apel on Friday, tae 28th inst.
at s p. m. ah tne members of the
three councils are expected to be there*
Y. von A. Riser.
CAPD OF THANKS.
We desire to publicly express our
sincere thanks and heartfelt appreci
auon icr me many Kindnesses snown a
| us by our frlrnc's, during the illnessfl
and deadj of our daughter, Kate. Only^B
, those wtto have "passed under the rod?
can know what a comfort true friends
are. Our earnest prayer is that the
Father of Mercies who seth in secret *
wi'.t reward j-on cpei;.y.
YTr. or./? ?Tr C TIT
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j Prosperity, <S. C.
Call at J. L. Burns' for fresh bread
every day. ; 8-20-lt
Class Begins September 1. For terms
apply to residence. Phone 49.
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For Sale?Horse and buezy. Good.
gentle horse, will work anywhere;
weighs about 1,000 pounds. . Apply
to J. R. Eison.
Call at J. L, Burns' for fresh bread
pvp.rv riav. . 8-20-lt
TELEGRAPHY?Will teach a class of
five or six students. Three hours instructions
each afternoon. Terms -m
reasonable. Mrs. C. W. Wallace,
1522 naldwell St
! Farm For B*nt?3 borSe farm, imI
proved, one dwelling, one barn,--y
wired pasture, fruit trees bearing,
sodded to crimson clover and bur
j clover and vetch. C. P. Pelham.
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
it i ?nj jblw>ul3-m?
Call at J. L. Burns' for fresh bread
every day. 8-20-It
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Here Mr. Automobile MUn?Does your
top or your upholtering need rejair?
We have t!-e man who can do it for
you. Xewberry 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 & m
Snellgrove, 1000 Main St., Newberry.
\ Phone 38. 7-30-2m
Gas is Selling at 17 Cents, at Sam
Dominick's automobile repair shop,
the place for it. 7-6-tf
aU at J. L. Burns' for fresh bread
every day. 8-20-lt
I trill be glad to bar? scholars who
need coaching the summer moznm*.
BJra. J. E. Norwood, 1311 Glenn St
Bring Your Auto (if out of repair) to
Sam Dominick'? repair stoop. All
work guaranteed, snarp s oia suwu.
soutii side Friend street, opposite
DR. T0FH6 M. BROWS.
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are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. M
Porter's Antiseptic Healrag Oil. It relieves A
Paia and Heals at tb*> ?ame time. 25<50c, JI.QQ M