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PURELY PERSONAL
The Movements of many People, Newberrians,
and Those Who Visit
Newberry.
Rev. A. J. Bowers will preach at
Helena Sunday afternoon at 3:30.
Mr. Grady Yonce of Johnston was in I
ins city the early part of the week on !
a visit to 1: iends. ^
Miss Rosamond Williamson of Po_
i
maria, is visiting her uncle, Mr. S.
iW. Williamson at Helena.
Eugene S. Bl^ase. Esq., was operated
on in New Yrrk on Thursday for
appendicitis.
Mr. Wilbur Long spent two days in (
Columbia attending the Laymen's con
vention.
Mr. Calhoun Harman and Mr. Erneet
Dickert visited at Ninety Six Sunday.
Mrs. WTilbur Long and little son1
liave gone to Florence to spend a cou- j
pie of weeks with Mr. and iMts. C. B. j
Spinks. I
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Werts of near |
Prosperity visited at the home of |
Mr. M. C. Moore in the city Sun-'
day.
Mr. W. F. 3wart is on a visit to J
h'.-r parents in Wadesboro, N. C., ac-|
oomDanied bv Miss. Florence Bow
man.
Mr. J. Thomas Hutchison of the
Scutnern Power company, located at
'Charlotte, is ch ? visit to relatives in
NV*vberry.
I
Mist Djstisy K. Dominick returned
home Mondav ^Uer a nice pleasant
visit to her cousine, Misses Fannie
Mae and Sallie Davenport of Kinards.:
Miss Annnie L. Smith left Tuesday
for a visit to her home in Baltimore
and to select the spring stock of mil
linen*, notions and art gooos ror tne.
firm of Miss Annie L. Smith and company.
TARIOrS A>1) AIL ABOIiT.
Tuis is i"ir i:.to of Uyear when,
t* rv-ic' drr.:' i\e li'tfrt e<T?ctive.
i
Taere was thunder with the clouds
and rain cn Wednesday.
The fi re be I1 ran? ?cnimney
ft:;* on fire again--?;:n?e (Id crowd j
a -Mi). -! J lie s:n.
Showers and sunshine make Feb-'
r . i r> I'.kc Uie ?: ricus month)
01 April.
Don't fail to see "The Cheat," a Paramount
in five acts at the Arcade today
(Friday.)
!'.Y> Carolina lajii^oal'i team will
:i;? iiv"t:: tlu? i nucleated New-1
lK-rw '.-.iLi i*'ri?!nv i jfji'i 'u\ the local I
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There will be a basketball game to- j
? ' ?v * ' TV ,, _oslmr ^ K nt Tl'flDn Vpu'hpTT V .
il.&U t v X JUOJ J ucinwu -. w w
and Furman.
Mrs. eorge I. Kinard of the JBachman
Chapel community, is seriously
i-11 with pneumonia.
The Girl in the Game (Paramount)
around at the Arcade is some game
girl all right. Every 'Wednesday for
for 15 weeks.
?n :Jh 'Pit.j.Jer'i cc i n last Wednesday
S:las ??<a'r.R*l. who was up
for transporting whiskey, was <iis
missed. * i
Wii:?i ; : .* lec '. m o. the old-time
fertilizer wagon and team that used
f. !i:>ul to: 6 ( \ MiarK (ui of Xewberiy
ev*ry *-o??r u<ou? this season?
"The Girl and the Game'* gets more,
thrilling as it progresses. Leslie had j
I'aem packed in and waiting on the
streets Wednesday night.
On (Wednesday afternoon Miss
*Gracie Livingston and Mr. Mangus;
Kibler. both of near Prosperity, were
married by Kev. y. von a. ruser.
To avoid having to stand up at the
Arcade go early; the house is always'
packed to see Paramount pictures and
"'The Girl and the Game.'' j
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P. C. Jeans and company have some
beautiful designs in pins and scarf
pins and brooches in gree\ gold and
white gold. The green gold is especially
beautiful. Call at the store
and look these over. s
The D. A. Dickert chapter will meet!
Saturday, at 3 *30 o'clock a. the Li-;
b: i? y A full meeting :s desired. A1!
ari urg-.-d v brir.-i *.aeir cues.
Mr. J. E. Fulmer of the Little Mountain
section was in the city on Tues'<iay
with a load of county raised Irish j
.-potatoes and found a ready sale for,
^hem. It is not necessary to depend
on cotton for our money.
Tlie Winthrop Daughters will meet;
with (Mfiss Lurline Evans Tuesday,
Vohnnarv !."> instead of Friday, Feb
ruary 11. The hostess requests the'
members to assemble at the Rest
"Room at 3:30. I
'According to Webster's dictionary. |
"Paramount" means, "superior to all
others/' Undoubtedly old man Webster
must riave been going around to
.Leslie's Arcade where Paramount
' i
pictures are seen.
" Iiie Cheat." which is to be shown
at Leslies Arcade today (Friday), has
received favorable comment everywhere
it has been shows. This picture
played two days at Ideal in Columbia,
and U playing two days this week at
the Majestic; in Charleston.
Auditor Halfacre says that the
time for assessing property expires
~ - - * * 2. i? ir 4.1. ~
February -l, ana oniy aDoui nan me
people have attended to this duty. This
means a mighty rush and possibly
much confusion on the last days. Better
attend to this now.
The weather V. r-tsd.iv was a sort
c.c dakr-'s mixture- iair. sunshine,
w'! d, thun'.L'r, lifMiiing, etc. A little
past noon a negro house on Auditor
Halfacre's place was struck by
lightning, but no serious damage "was
C one.
There is a business man in Newwiirkco
wifp ^rahs The Herald
UtlX J '? uvuv ?>.V CZ>~ ? and
News and won't turn it loose until
she has read every word in it?
news items, advertisements and all.
Then the sons and daughters go
through the same process and when
the peer tired father's turn comes it
is long past midnight and he has had
to fight himself in the face to keep
awake, but he just can't go to bed
and rest satisfied until he has read
the dear old Herald and News.
Sheriff Blease received a phone
message from Pomaria on Wednesday
requsting him to send an officer
there at once as there was a strange
man in the community who was acting
qiieer. He dispatched Rural Policemen
Taylor and Melton to the scene.
They were accompanied by Policeman
Stone. They arrested the man and
brought him to Xewbery. It was found
that his name is Chas. H. Johnson
and that he had escaped from the asy_
lum. Officers came from Columbia
on Thursday and carried him back.
The Newberry Motor company has
sold seven Oakland cars since they
have had the agency in Newberry
which has been only a few months.
The purchasers are: W. H. Hunt. Miss
Mamie Cline, J." E. Stokes. C. L. Watkins
and -I. A. Baker of Prosperity.
Clarence Smith of Kinards and G. McDuffie
Sligh of the county. The Oakland
is noted for its easy and smooth
running and the great power of its
engines and the general durability of
the machine. Mr. C. L. Watkins, manager
of the Newberry Motor company,
"ill be ?lad to demonstrate for you
if you are thinking of purchasing a
high class car for a reasonable sum.
" ^1 A 1 wol/inof
Mr. W. H.. tsiais nas uecu uiamu^
and mending shoes in Newberry now
for about a half century. He was
born in the town of Lexington just
about 70 years ago and came to Newberry
with his parents when he was
about ten months old and has lived
here continuously except the four
years he was a solditr in the Confederate
service And all that time he
has been making and mending shoes
and is still on the job. He looks just
as young as he did 30 years ago and
is in fine health. He goes to dinner
promptly at 12 o'clock and promptlv
at 1 o'clock he is back at his bench
- -J Vnnt nn thpsp reerular
cilIU IIC HCIO _ ^
habits all these years. He made boots
when tbey were $25 a pair. iThe
wearing of boots is not now in style
but the old boots that Mr. Blats made
were the best of style in those days
and were worn by those who could
afford it.
Valentine Party.
The Rural School Improvement association
of Wheeland school will
give a Valentine party at the school
house on Saturday evening, February
12, at 7:30 o'clock.
* 5 OfWf
Every body is mviteu iu wiUC
bring a Valentine and have a good
time.
There will be sandwiches, chicken
salad, candy and peanuts for sale. Also
plenty of nice things in the "fish
pcnd."
Everybody come and get a valentine
and join in the fun.
lutonioiriip Accident.
On Friday morning. January 21,
11>i6. the machines of Col. Drakeford
and Hon. Edward Chalmers were
wiv-kej near Ka.-eigh, X. C. The calamity
occurred at Belmont Bend,
when both machines were running at
the rate of 40 miles per hour, were
torn to pieces, rion. Chalmers' car
ran off an embankment, instantly killins
the chauffeur and Mr. Montgom
ery E. Chalmers. Two other passengers
of the machine, Messrs Dale of
Atlanta and Sternmetz of Richmond,
were seriously injured.
The chauffeur of Col. Drakefords
car was crushed to death, he being
the only passenger in the car. {Mir
Chalmers will be sadly missed
throughout his wide social and business
circle of this city.?Charlotte
(X. C.) Ovserver.
??acSSBc?
Uncf nermlA would succeed in smal:
| things if they were not troubled witfc
' great ambitions.?Longfellow.
TRYING TO GET BEST. fi
Mr. >V. \\. Long" Writes Jno. 31. Kin-1
ard He Has Heen Trying to Get the j
Cow He Desires. j 1
The Commercial bank stated some time
ago that they were going to pur- jL
; chase a bull for the use of their cus- js
tomers in an effort to improve the a
cattle of the county. So far they have c
been unable to get the bull. The fol- *
lowing letter from H.r. W. W. Long of j?
. Clemson college will explain the de-1
j lay: j t
! Hon. J. M. Kinard, ; (
Newberry, S. C. p
Dear Mr. Kinard: i J
We have been turning heaven and *
'earth to find a cow for you. It is a <
difficult thing to find what you want1 <
j of the R. P. breed. They are very s
j scarce. There are only two breeders i
Jin this State and their prices have,
j been such that we did not find it wise ?
j to buy from them. We are trying to j 1
j secure the cattle for you, and at the j ^
same time we are no;. willing that '<
ycu should pay an exorbitant price. J?
We are in communication now with '
some breeders in the West and I hope 1
we will be able to get what you want, i
| at the price we think will prove sat- i
isfactory. We have been in communi- i
cation with a good many people, and
I do not want you to think we have i
neglected this mater for one moment. 1
We are too much interested in try- i
ing to develop the live stock in Newberry
county to let a proposition that
you have so generously made go by. i
Respectfully,
TT r iTTA T A\*n
V\ . 1 v\ liUAU, |
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Director and State Agent, j;
MR. BOOZER LOSES BUILDING
Mr. D. L. Boozer, the well known t
rarmer of Kinards, had the misfortune i
^ iose a barn and stables by fire o\ !,
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iiis Gary place Sunday afternoon ,
about 1 o'clock. A lot of hay and fod-.
hpeiripo thrpp mowers, one hav
rake, a two horse limo spreader and ,
other smaller articles were lost, the
total loss being around $650 with insurance
of about $200 to cover. It is ,
not known how the fire originated. ,
Mr. Boozer has the sympathy of his
friends in his loss?Laurens Adver
tiser, 9th.
Monthly Meeting W. C. IT. I". '
At the regular monthly meeting of
the W. C. T. U. to be held at the resi
dence of IM:rs. Mary Mights Tuesday at ,
3:30 o'clock, there will be a special
Drogram for the Francis E. Millard
memorial. An offering will be made
?n order to help cary on the missionary
work of the W. C. T. U. in the
foreign fieM. All members and friends
are urged to be present.
Mrs. J. W. White, president,
Mrs. A. J. Bowers, secretary.
?aienune rtutj. j
All the children in Newberry, as
well as the grownups, are invited to I
a Valentine party to be given at Boundary
Street school on Friday afternoon,
February 11. at 4 o'clock
There will be the usual postoffice
full of mysterious missives, which always
affords plenty of fun and amusement.
a bow an 1 airow contest, a for-!
tune telling booth and many other attractive
features suitable to the oc
casion. (
The Audubon room will be open to
visitors and will interest all lovers of
birds, and they will have an opportunity
to see how the pupils study
bird life. They will also find out that
the boll weevil, v h'c.i is an enemy
to our country, can only be exter- 1
minated by certain kinds of birds, and j
tha<. these birds should be allowed to
live and not be killed. Much other in- j
formation can be gained by a visit to.
this room. . j
This party promises to be a lovely j
affair and every one who attends will ''
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')( uiven a delightful fiir e. Th^re will j
; bo sold during fhp arternoon valenti
KF, ice crean. and c-ucy
Central >r. E, Church South
(F. E. Dibble, pastor.) j
Divine services for Sunday, Febru- !
ary 13, will be as follows:
1? 11 " wi ciihipp}' of'
Morning service u a. m., (
sermon, "The Efficient Church." A !
church cv/ferercc at the close of the
service.
Sandfly sc-hoo" 3.30 p. m.
Ep worth league- 6:45 p. m.
Evening scrv'ce T:30 p. m.; subject,
j"The Nation cr the 'World?"
j Ccme fhou with us and we will do
fii-c.., <-nrri- /or the Lord hath spoken
t ' IV r wv. ,
good concerning thee.
far,! of Tiianke and Appreciation.
We wish to tender our heartfelt
; thanks and appreciation to our friends
- ior t'neir sympathy, their many floral!
oflVrsngs and ti.fir comforting wo.'Js
[ in this hom -)f c?::* great sorrow, *n
. the -leatii of r.y ha^laid. It helps us
j i lo h.^ar the 1 widen of this heavy afMrs
I> A Larj-ford and family.
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Li When valor preys on reason, it eat?
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j the sword it tights with.?Shakespeare.
'BEPAKEDSESS OF f
T11E BACHELOR MAIDS j
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At the eleventh annual meeting of;
.ne Kt-d cross. 1'resident Wood-row;
>vilson reniaiked: "K is always with J
latisiaction that 1 reflect that I have i
honor oi being head of this great
;ociety. I believe that more and more
is the experience of the world dis;c-.ers
the necessity of mercy, tne in
- a 1 u a b 1 e services of this association !
ire more and more realized."
The American Red Cross was charered
by congress in 1905. Its presiient
is the president ol' the United j
3tai.es. It is the one volunteer orranization
recognized by the United !
states government. It has expend-;
id, in ten years, for the people of this
ountry, in humanitarian work over
:innn in mnnpv ;>nd ?nnnlies It
s non-sectarian and non-political.
If this country should ever become
engaged in war the "Red Cross would
)e the only official channel through
vhich friends or relatives would be
ible to locate, or communicate with
;ick, wounded or imprisoned soldiers.'
The charter which congress gives
tne Red Cross carries with it cor-!
responding duty of accounting, pub-1
licity for monies which it receives
md expends. j
In 1915 there was a marked extension
of health and community welfare
work of Red Cross visiting nurses
in towns and rural districts of the
["nited Spates.
This philanthropic and cooperative
endeavor has not only grown at home
* O H n t ; A ,1 oKrAoH
out nas ainacieu <aLtcuLit>n aux uuu.
The Bachelor Maids club has affiliated
with the Red Cross to do town
and rural nursing and have put a
Red Cross nurse on duty. The duty of
this community or visiting nurse is
that of a "follow-up" to see that public
physicians' instructions are carried
out, and incidentally, to teach the
people the laws of health and hygiene.
Also aids the public health department
in locating and caring for contagious
diseases.
The nurse will go whenever called,
TMintirmc when needed, or per
Sivr luou uv>.iuuu
form professional service; give treat
ments that have been prescribed by
the attendant physician, or give
cleansing baths and change bed
linen.
Patients who are ab'e to pay a nom:r>al
fee for such services are expected
jo do so and thus help the Bachelor
Maids to care for this work they
ha<- e undertaken.
The Bachelor Maids have taken the
'liitiative ana iue> caimow.' _.0_
the cooperation of all organizations
and individuals of the town and
county.
Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edward Fulenwider, pastor.)
The following is the program of
divine services at the Lutheran church,
of the Redeemer next Sunday:
10:15 A. M.?Sunday school.
11 i- a \r?Thp rp-eular morning
1 i.JLU -CX. *'x. - ?w .
service and holy communion. Every
member of the church is urged to be
present at this service.
4:00 P. M.?The classes in the Catechism,
and Young Men's Mission Band
will meet in the church.
7:30 P. M?Service of song and
prayer. <T.he pastor will preach on the
subject, The Greatest Mirror in the
World." Text. II Cor. 3:18?"But we
all, with unveiled face reflecting as a
mirror the glory of the Lord, are
transformed Into the same image from
glory to glory." Some interesting and
real practical lessons will be presented
in the sermon.
The public is cordially invited to
all the sevices.
Subscribe to The Herald and Neva,
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jr The Big Event ot the w
? we show the highest qua
I MONDAY FE
? MACLYN A
"THE REFORP
: i PALLAS--PARAMOT
; From the story by E
I | Arbi
Bring the childn
I > please, the Theatre
in the evening.
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A SAD ACCIDENT.
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Little Four-Year-Old Robert Bensou
fclmore Meps Into Hole and is
l/i'o? ned ;,uore lieip Comes.
I
::io .-><<icHTiTs of the
year was the drowning on Tuesday af-j
teiucon of little four-year-old Robert;
zoi: of M<. and Mrs. !
VV. E. Elmore, who live aboui tour >
miles ntfrthwest of the city.
The child had strolled off with a
ocMp'.c of little colored children living
at the place, to a rock quarry about
l.'O or 200 yards from Mr. Elmore's
residence. At the quarry there is a
pool cf water about four feet deep;
and about ten feet long and probably !
or s^<n :'v?v3; wide. ::.ade by dock |
having been removed and leaving a |
hole in the ground, the recent ra?ns '
filling the ca-'.ity with water.
The children were playing about
th-s pool when the little boy fell into
the water. One of the little negroes;
ran to its mother's house a short dis- j
tauce away and told her what had j
happened. The woman reached the
pool a few minu.es later and while!
th .> water was yet disturbed, but was j
too excited ar.d frightened to wade in)
and drag the child out. 30 she ran to
tile mother whose screams scon
bro.t^lit Mr Elmore the scene.'
tiic ciiiltl was gotten on: cf the wa-!
ter about 15 minutes after it h^d j
fa;ion iii but although iinept medical'
mu "A'd.-i i >c^ at h?md tV-e ?:Mld could |
ir- i ! o re.-usK ;t v: tc:
The funeral was held Wednesday
j afternoon at 3 o'clock at the residence
, and interment in Rosemont, the Rev. J
j /. I' :. ci .i'ciin" the funeral!
services.
The bereaved parents have the deep'
a:!.7 ,)f the ei lire comunity.
"THE fwREY MASK."
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Edwin Arden and Barbara Tennant In
Vorld Film.
Yrorld Film corporation presents
the five-par; photoplay, "The Grey
Mask," based on a story by Charles
yadswortti Camp which appeared in
"OoHi.Vc Wo'jk'y" f. few months ago.
The grey ma.-k covers the wound on
the face of an experimental chemist
n spJno- f'f-foafed in his ambitions.
readiLy^Joins a land of criminals whoj
a~e a: wsr wir.h society. They killed
a youn? cvteciive named Joe Kridel.
A man na?hcd Simmons an unsuccessful
experimental chemigt. whose
wounded face is covered with a grey
mask, joins the jai-g.
Tue police pnr.-uo thr- gang. A young (
' derective. i;m fcarih. assumes the dis-1
guis? of a grey mask and so gets ad-j
mission to the gcng. the arrest ofi
: which is'secured jurt when it is at-:'
i far* kin fir a safe cvrniufmng a valuable |
| explosive. ,
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Xora, the girl with whom Jim Garth I
\7 in love, Di:t who lias so far repuls- {
e<3 hlir =^n learning that he has- found
thf> namp of Joe's murderer, bestows
her heart and hand on him.
Edwin Arden plays the part of Jim
Garth, and the girl, Nora, finds a
splendid interpreter in Barbara Tennan
t, who. in this picture, signalizes
i1Pr rptnm to World Film Features in
which she recently scored such great!
I success. "The Dollar Mark," "When j
Broadway Was a Thrill," "The Mark-J
ed I Woman," "M'liss" and "The Butter- j
fly" being the names of the pictures
in which she appeared.
"The Grey Mask" will be presented
1 at the Opera House, Tuesday, Februj
ary 15.
I
Good company and good discourse j
ari the very sinews of virtue.?Isaak j
Wviltcn.
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eek. The chy on which
.liev photoplays obtain able. %
1BRUARY 14th %
RBUCKLE In I j
A CANDIDATE" j j 1
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JNT picture in 5 Acts. j j
igar Guest and Miclya- ; |
lckle. j ! i
in in the afternoon
is packed to capacity
ARfAHF I!
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Opera House I
PROGRAMME j
TWENTY I
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11 1
Count Teventy Biograph
A Two-Act Comedf.
The Magistrate's Story Edison I
Richard Tucker, Gertrude McCoy, fl
Pat O'Malley.
The Table of tlit Law?Down Expert
Habits Essanay 1
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12 j
The Love of Lotl San Stlig
:i Acts?The $50,000 JoUcy-Mfna f I
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14. I
Tl'e !iur^!ar*s Godfather Essanay
G. M. Anderson.
The Kep to a Fortune Kalem
i Marguerite Courtet.
The Home Curt Vitagraph fej
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew. :,.f|
My Hero Biograph
Henry Walthol, Dorothy Gish,
Robt. Hanon.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1
World Film Corporation: presents
*T:ie Gray Mack,"
A Schubert Feature in Five Acts with
Edwin Arden.
NOTICE TO COLORED
TE VCHEKS OF MEETING
The meeting of the Colored Teach- \
or?' association of Xe .."berry county
will be held in the High school building
on Saturday, February 12, 1916, at
11 o'clock a. m. All teachers are asked
to bring in some industrial work
done by the pupils during the school
year.
The program is as follows:
(1) "How to Teach Reading in Primary
Grades"?Esther M. Garrison. *
(2) "How Best to Teach Agricul~
* T7? "CI
ture in the Rural Scnoois ? cj. v.
Floyd. m
AH teachers are asked to attend, for
at this meeting arrangements for ^
"Fair Day" will be made.
ULYSSES S. GALLMAN, 9
Colored Supervisor. *
?"WV nnif AAT
WHUKlyVMi sljiuuij.
The Rurel School Improvement as- *
sociation of Wheeland-school will give
a Valentine party at the school house ^
on Saturday evening, February 12, at
7:30 o'clock. Everybody is invited to
come and have a good time.
There will be chicken sandwiches,
candy and peanuts for sale. Also lots
of nice things in the "fish pond.''
Everybody come and get a valentine
and join in the fun.
SfiiUIAli JVllULi}.Salesman
Wputt'd tr vj (it orders for ?
lubricating oils, greases and paint#.
Salary or commission^ Address
Lincolf Oil Co., Clevland, 0.
2-11-21.
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Buff Orpington for Sale by Annie
0. Ruff. $1 per retting. Phone /
84. ' . .
2-ll-2t. >J*
$1.00?Buys tLe beet safety razor on ^
the market completed with 6 bowleg.
Ask for Durliam Duplex. Summer
Bros. Co. 2-8-2t
Doors and fifesh, roofings and paint3.
Get our prices. Sumoaer Bros. Go.
-*x n .1^ . ,
Notice?Doctor Stuck haa ioot?4
office over new store of Caldwell &
Haltiwanger, Mower Building.
1-28-St
Just receired a car load of mules and
mares from Tennessee. A. G. Wide,
Prosperity, S. C.
1 28-tf
Harrows?Disc harrows and drag harrows
just arrived. See us before
hnvinsr Also brand new stalk cut
ters. J. T. Mayes Co. l-25~4tltaw
Wagon Harness?New supply of wagon
harness and leather collars bought
before war prices on leather. We
can save you monejv J. <T. Mayes
Co l-25-4tltaw
Yon can get first class pressing, clean- <
and altering done at Quality Pressing
Club. All work guaranteed.
Phone No. 125-2. l-ll-5t
Wanted?Land to sell at auction. National
Realty and Auction Company,
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