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The Movements of many People, Xew.
berrians, and Those Wlw Visit
.Mrs. .J. W. McCain of Waxhaw, X.;
is spending the week with ner j
daughter, Mrs. Tom Johnson. I
Miss Ida ia Holliugswortli o. Cross
Hill is visiting her cousin, i.\iiss Mary
Mrs. T. R. Young of Xewberry is
visiting lier parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Miss Lillie Mae Moore will spend j
Sunday with her sister. Miss Marie j
Moore, in Anderson.
Mr. W. Y. Connor who has been
spending some time with Dr. Gilde:
returned to his home in New York on
Dr. Geo. B. Cronu-r will attend the
Laymen's convention in Roanoke and
make one of the addresses before the ;
Mr. .Tolin ;\1. Kinard spent Wednes-j
day in Anderson on a visit to his broth- j
er, Jas. P. Kinard of Anderson col-'
%Dr. .1. Henry Harms will leave on
Monday for Roanoke, Ya.. to attend
the Lutheran Laymcns' convention. H?
/ ??,? nf tl?a ;>rlflat "tTrl
v% 111 JLia ca r\ c vmv. v/a uiv ?.< v? v* * v. ^ ^ v. v ?
Mayor Z. F. Wright attended the
meeting in Columbia on .Wednesday in J
the interest of the business men's
camp to be- held at Oglethorpe, aa.,
during the coming summer. The Herald
and News will publish more about
this camp in the next issue. Mayor:
Wright says there was much interest
mani est in the camp and it is hoped
to have two or three or more representatives
from every county in the
State and possibly secure the camp
next year for Columbia.
TARIOES AM) ALT, AKOFT.
How many leap years old are you?
Rubber quart bottles ought to soon
r vimand a high price.
Mr. G. H. Ruff enters the race for
coroner and his announcement appears
? "" ?v T r in rth of I
Rev. .1. t;. fiarinan w Hi pi cavu uv .
Bachman Chapel church at 3 o'clock
The Jasper chapter, D. A. R., will
meet with Mrs. C. J. Purcell Friday
morning at 11 o'clock.
Dr. \V. E. Pe ham. Sr., announces
"his candidacy for the office of county
Seems I&k I lioarn somebody read
in de -Jalapa -Astonisher dat de scamps
am runnin* fur guv'nor.
Even ihe most uncompromising
nrohibitionii-t would smile if he could
>-ee a drop in gasoline.
There were flurries o snow in several
localities in the county Wednesday.
That was a dreadful looking cloud
that hovered over Newberry Tuesday
1917 Anno Domini?tapering off
Now give us two drops per months,
The ground nog is getting in iuc
same class with Mutt and Jeff's lyre
Let 'em fuss
And let 'em fret,
The jitney bus
Is with us yet.
The farmers of this county did a
lot of plowing during the dry weather
of January and February and are well
up with their work.
Mr. E. \Y. Wilson, of Tatum, has
remed the Boozer house in Cline street
and will move to Newberry with his
iauiiiy about the first of April.
"The Girl and the Game" at the
Arcade Wednesday was exceptionally
fine. Helen Holmes never fails to j
u:u\v packed houses.
Old nil! Grouch says: "The county
papers ain't no 'count, nohow?ain't
never got no news in 'em.*' As if it1
were the province of a newspaper to j
manu. acture news. i
John Henry Satterwhite, colored, j
lor cursing and using abusive language
on the streets was tried and
dOund guilty. John Henry left a silver
offering valued at $10.
Alt. G. W. Kinard will handle ice at
Prosperity during the season at the
same old stand and will be pleased to
" * " ? * 4 *v-1 /V A*?>\
5have his rnenas ana cusioui^ra w
ihat fact in mind.
The play that was rendered by the
Helping Hand society of the Smyrna
school some time ago will be repeated
at Longshores in the Woodman hall on
Saturday. March 11, beginning promptly
at 7:30 p. m.
Smith Davis, colored., was before
! Magistrate L. M. Player Monday,
I charged with violating a labor contract.
He was tried and found guilty!
- > c 3 Mft OA Jnv,. Cmitti Tl I
! and 1II1CU ?J>OV OV ua > o. uuiua \
paid the price of sin wi.h 30 pieces of
Always remember that Monday |
(Paramount), and Wednesday ("Girl '
i and ttie uamc ), auu mua) u<"amount),
are the feature days at the
Arcade. You will always find an extra
attraction on these days at the ArI
In recorder's court Will Lindsey
| was charged with vagrancy. Being too
! i.ikv hnlriinsr down his vagrancy job
Will failed to show up at the appointi
ed time and place and for eited his
| bond of $10.
Mr. Charley Paysinger has been j
I awarded tile contract . or transferring!
I the I'nited States mail between the j
postott'ice and the union station, .ur.
Paysinger commenced service Wednesday
morning with Pleas Boyd as
The mixed train on the 0. X. & L. [
that readies Xewberry abou. 7 o'clock!
p. m. had a box car to jump the track
near Cline's old shop Tuesday evening.
Very slight damage was done
and the track was soon clear for other
trains to pass.
4 ^ " ? V> o f
.Ml'. \\ . A. -MC5 warn auH'i uses mat |
he can write insurance .'or you in good j
strong and reliable companies. II j
any insurance company in which you
have a policy is going out of the State
see Mr. McSwain and he will place
your insurance in a reliable company.
i.Mr. F. R. Hunter represents some
of the most reliable and the strongest ;
insurance companies in this country
who are still doing business in South
Carolina. If you need insurance see;
him rmd he will place it all right for
you and the rates are right.
Lost, strayed, or stolen?W. H. Ed- j
dy's lap robe. Mr. Eddy and his robe I
parted company some where on R. F.!
D. No. 4 Tuesday while making his
rounds. Say, tWill, maybe you forgot
and stuffed it into a mail box, or possibly
you stopped and fixed a mudhole
Sand beds and clay stretches ad
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join eacn oincr aiong our pu'uuu 111511ways
and make travel heavy and difficult.
A proper mixture of sand and
clay makes a hard, smooth road hot
much affected by dry or wet weather.
The sand-clay road, properly drained,
is the coming road for this section of
Summers Garage? has given up the
Ford agency and wiM devote its time
to the sale of Maxwells. Oaklands and
Buicks. We do not know who is going
to take care of the Fords. The
parage has some beauties in Maxwells,
Oaklands and Buicks and will take
n'ociifu in el <->TY?nri ct r r in cr nr VA11 if
you arc in the market for a new car.
CALL TO BE MODERATED AT
PROSPERITY AM) CANNON'S
By appointment of the Presbytery,
Rev. J. W. Carson will preach at Prosperity
next Sabbath morning at 11
oc'Iock, at which time Ite will preside
;n morlnpotinn r>f a r>nll frvr a nas
lil tliC U1V/UVH*V4VU W A. ? -V- ? x
tor. A similar service will be b^ld al
Cannons Creek on the following Sabbatli
Re-v. J. M. >W1iite will fill the A. R.
P. pulpit in Newberry next Sabbath
morning and preach at Kings Creek
the following Sabbath afternoon.
y T?PIv 11. HP TRtns
On Southern and C. X. & L. Railroads at
j Xewberry, Effective Jan. 20,1916.
On Southern Railroad?
N'o. 15, west 8:48 a. m.
Xo. 18, east 12:15 p. m.
No 17, west 2:50 p. m.
Xo. 16, east S.54 p. m.
On C. X. & L. Railroad?
*Xo. 12 (mixed), west 5:14 a. m.!
*\'r? ")"? 9:">3 a. m.!
Xo. 52, west 1:06 p. m.
Xo. 53, east 3:22 p. m.
*Xo. 13 (mixed), east 5:30 p. m.
*Xo. 54, west 7.00 p. m.
tX . 50, west 9:53 a. m,
tXo. 51, east 5:50 p. m.
* Daily except Sunday. fSunday only.
West is to Greenville. East is to
I /"i ~ 1 1,; ?
T. S. Lefler, T. A.
January 20, 1916.
All Southern trains are regular mail
trains. On C., X. & L., Xos. oZ, 52, '33
iand 54 are mail trains.
Time of Closing Mails, Xewberry, S. C.
(January 21, 1916.)
Southern Railway?8: IS a. m., 11:45
I a. m? 2:20 p. m., 8:24 p. m.
! ir v a>r t. Railroad?9:23 a. m?
; 12:36 p. m., 2:50 p. m., 6:30 p. m.
W. A. Hill, Postmaster.
! THE HERALD AND NEWS, ONE!
YEAR FOR $1-50.
WEEK OF PRAYER WILL
BE OBSERVED BY LADIES
The Woman's Home and Fore!gn
Missionary society o the Lutheran
church of the Redeemer will observe a
week of prayer and self denial for
missions, March lo-l">, 1916. The
meetings will be held at the parsonage
at five o'clock. 'All the ladies of the
city are cordially invited to ue 'present
for every service during the week.
Following are the topics for study
and prayer, with leaders - or each afternoon
Topic?The Prayer of Faith, the Secret
of Power "Nothing shall Oe impossible
unto you."?Matt. 17:2o.
Topic?Three Steps in Discipleship
?"Deny himself, .take tip his cross.,
follow me."?M.v-t. 16:24.
Leader? tVrsfl .1. S. Derrick.
Topic?Channels of blessing, no!
pools of privilege?"Be thou a hlessms;
. .and I will bless thee."?Grn. 12.2.
Leader? Airs. Henry Pavsinger.
An Hour or Study and Prayer foi
our Home Work.
Leader?Mrs. F. B. Stezler.
An Hour of Study and Prayer foi
our Foreign Work.
Public Service at the Church <t 7:3r
Address will be made by Rev. A. J
^ - T 1 X' TT "XV? .rt!rv_ 1) J2
t. Ij. ana 1. Ji. jii>>n>n minu.
There will be a public meeting o1
the Young Ladies' and Young Men'*
Mission bands at the Lutheran churcl"
Sunday evening at seven-thirty o'clock
The program is as follows:
Leader?Mr. C. P. Barre.
a .. n i r _
Anuiem u\ cnuir.
Reading by Miss Ka.harine Harms,
Violin solo by Mr. Earl Hipp.
Talk by Pro.'. (A. Keiser.
Vocal solo by Mr. Gus'Houseal.
Reading by i\Ir. B. M. Mayes.
ir?f? o r> A 1 ? ( * r\ 1 rl _
* uia: u r vai ltij u v aiuwell.
MISS MARGARET CLARK
IN "MICE AND .HEN."
A Aro V\1 a ATororiinrif a Pi O rl.* ^o.nf 11 r_
rxuv/iauic iviai ^uv. iiu v, ic*. i /v v.-ajnuA
ed "movie" lovers yesterday afternoon
and last night at the Princess Theater
when she made her appearance in the
Famous Players production o>f "(Mice
and Men.'' Miss Clark in ihe beginning
has the role o. Peggy, a child, one
of the many in an orphan asylum:
From this institution she is ta^-en into
the 'home of a man who has been
impressed by a sentence he has read in
a book that if a man wonld have a
wife in his liking, he personally should
supervise her upbringing. The plan
works out splendidly until Peggy Is
wcraan grown. Mark Embury, the
guardian, has set the stage for a proposal,
in a moonlight arbor, with a
lake In the background, he hesitates?
and is lost. The real lover appears
extends his arms and Embury gets not
another chance. Miss Clark has had
no scrcen medium in which as child
and young woman she appears to becter
advantage. She portrays the simplicity
ot' childhood, its innocence and
the conquetry, the ingenuous conquetry,
of 'building womanhood. .The cast
has been skill ully chosen. Marshal]
Xeilan is a dashing array lieutenant
I-ovell by name, who is momeniaril;fascinated
by Mrs. Goodlake. the darl
ing of a near old man. The picture is
finely staged. The exteriors were taken
in Savannah. The east is augmented
by one hundred and fifty members
of tin-- Chatham Artillery and other Savannaliians,
including Miss Delia
Mi ore and Xcyle Colquitt. The Princess
was crowded to its capacity all
day yesterday and last night.
"Mice and Men" will be shown a'
Leslie's Arcade, Friday, March 10.
Death of Mr. J. P. Thomas.
Mr. James Pinkney Thomas diet
Monday evening at 7 o'clock at hij
home in Vincent street. Mr. Thomas
was .13 years of age and is survived
by his widow, three sons and on<
daughter. The remains were carriec
to Nazareth in Saluda county, and Interred
Wednesday a ternoon. Rev
Kleckley conducted the funeral cere
Miss Kate Porter, an experienced
milliner is now with the millinery de
partmcnt. of Caldwell and Haltiwangei
where sTie will .be pleased to see 'hei
friemls, whom she will take pleasure
SECTION Y. P. C. T. CONFER. P
1 ENCE IN A R. P. CHURCH
i The sectional Y. P. C. U. -jon'erence, Ii
i comprising the A. R. P. churches in |
Newberry county and Columbia, will J
meet in the Newberry church Friday j
afternoon and evening. The sessions i
: wiJl be -he'd at 4 o'clock and at 7 j
| o'clock with a social hour between the j a
: J sesions. The young: people's organi- E
j zations of the other churches are ty
j especially invited to be present. M
The following is che program: e
Friday afternoon. 4 o'clock. w
Leader, .*\Ir. .T. C. Crotwel'. B
Welcome address, Mr. .1. Den- t]
- i wick Carlisle. w
Response, Dr. C. f*. DrafFln. j o
The Aim of the V. P. C. I*. w
1. To develop the spiritual life of ~
rhe young people?Mrs. J. K. Renwlclv. ;i
, 2. To train the young people or K
Christian service?Miss Kate Xeel.
3. To direet the young people in j n
[christian service--Dr. V. M. Brown. | ii
How to Enlist New Members?Mrs. i ei
I T."" TJ r.
11. .Muui e. j a
How to Secure Good "Committee j w
, Vork?Miss Agnes Anderson. j j
Open meeting: j b
1. One tiling of which our Union i o
has made a success. ; v.
3. One thing in which we need1 b
help. | it
Social hour. ! d
Friday -'evening, 7 o'clock. j tt
The Young People the Church's
Mo-t Valuable Asset?Mr. .T. C. Kin- (i
aru. j o
The Standard of Excellence and \j
, How to Attain Distinction?Mr. R. iM.
Simpson. i b
Our special work?Miss Ola Drown, j k
The closing address, "Forward"?I
.Mr. R. C. Smith. j f?
NEWS OF EXCELSIOR. j K
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? lie Farmers Are Xot Depending On
Cott;>n?!Wil/ Plant for Abiind- ! ,
iint Food CVop.
Excelsior.'March 9.?Mr. E. M. Cook ^
spen Monday in Cohimbia on business.
Have had an abundance of .rain the
past it'ew days and plowing will be at
a stand still for a while.
Mr. Luther Werts o." Saluda county,
has 'been ivisiting in the community. ^
Mr. Jacob Hawkins of Si'lverstreet,
has been visiting relatives in this section.
Rev. E. W. Les.'ie and wife have L
been visiting amongst their members
mi Miic ?<?r*tinn
2a. | ^'
Mrs. Ophelia oBwers *5 spending ai
while in Orangeburg with her sister, I
Mrs. Willie Blantcn and family.
The Rev. .1. B. Harmon and wife
have been visiting in this section. Mr.
. Harmon is held in high esteem by his
. people. ^
Mr. Bennie Lee Poland and family;
, r>f Greenville are visiring his father's C
amilv. ^Ir. John <A. Roland.
The Rev. W. R. Anderson, of Lau- P
rens, spent Monday night in this section
and preached -for us here in the
, school building to a large congegation
of people. Mr. Anderson always D
Vine- onmnt'h i n cr cmnH Qfl v fl n rf hlS SPT
II a O OUiilC tUili ^ ^VSVSVA * V VJW?JT v.4. V* ~ ~ ? - |
i mon Monday night was no exception to b.
> the ru!e. The speaker gave good ad.
vice to ilie voung people how to live i G
to make noble men and women that j
. the world will be proud of. I tl
Glad to learn a good many of our ti
farmers are not going to depend on a;
[ cotton this year but are going to
raise something to eat as well as cot
ton. The wise farmer will always dothat.
1 ~ i?
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*> COTTOX MARKET I cl
, $><$><?><& ?> ?><$><$><&'?><&<&<&<$<& * j p
s> A ewherry. * j u
> Cotton 11 Yz j
s> Cotton seed, per bu 6-"c & !
! ^ ? *!
j v Prosperity, < i
| Cotton 11 V^c * "
I ? Cotton seed, per bu 65c j s
l ! $ ? . <? i c
i > Pomaria. j d<
1 | * Cotton "%c & j -S
*> Cotton seed, per bu 60c ^ tt
> Chappells. ^ j
Cotton H%c j
* Cotton seed, per bu 65c ^ j
i ^ ? I V
1 Little Mountain. $ %
> <$> Cotton llV2c 3> |
I <* Cotton eeed, per ku 65c
i ' *> |>
1 * Wiiitmlre. # |
- ^ Cotton 11 ^4c |j
$> Pnftnn aped Tier bll 650 ? '*
Lonas .lones went up before the re- v
i eorder charged with assault and hat- j.
- tery on his wi:e. His wife, who was ^
* the prosecutor 110 doufot relented In ^
r this beautiful season of Lent and fail- f>
J, cd to appear as a witness in the case. ^
| Lomas was thereupon dismissed. I ?
PROSPERITY WILL CONSERVE
HE ALT I H OF ITS CITIZENS
nf?resting and Instructive Program
Arranged for the Children?Hon<?riii?r
and Complementing a
Bride to Be- Personals.
Prosperity, March ?On Thursday
fternoon the hospitable home of Miss
lien Werts was a scene of great beau
and cnarm, in e^uiim-mcm w miss
ary I lizzie Wise, the talented bridelect.
Miss Werts on this occasion
avc a kitchen shower. The guests
? 4. *1, _ hv \Tr<3 .T R
ci e mtri at tjie ? ? ?
edenbaugh, sister of the hostess, and
Lewn ir. o the drawing room, which
a> a veritable bower of beauty. The
Dior scheme here being white, which
as a .cry effective setting for the
ir'i h bridc-to- )e. Here an interest:g
contest was hold, "f.ove in a
!it' lu n."
After much merriment and annisclent,
the hostess invited the guests j
lto the dining room. Here it seeni:!.
we hrd drifted to fairly land, with
!1 It or. :r., :its and beauty. Every ;
he' was seen profusion o jonquils'
nd iouthern sniilax. .The soft glow of
r.r, 'ig tapers from out the pyramids
f jnnquils cast a glow o loveliness
1>ic-h .ndescribably added still more
canty to the scene, came two dainty
raidens Louise and Mary Bedenbaugh ,
1 AU? Yirit.Vi o mAC t"
i C^^CU d ^ > V. 11U >* icinxv-o u uivuv.
'mating salad course.
Amidst this scene o beauty one
iscovered a table Iadea,^with numerus
and useful articles for the kitchen,
1 the little home in Baesburg.
Mr. and Mrs. <Y. H. Hawkins have
een the guests this week of Mrs. A H
.ohn. cf Columbia.
i. r. and Mrs. A. G. Wise are home
cm thp Western mule market.
Miss Annie Mac Bedenbaugh of
iiblcr's Bridge, is visiting Miss Ellen
Miss Xell Kohn of 'Columbia, arrives
jday to visit Miss Mary Lizzie Wise, j
Mrs. Adams has returned to Green- j
il e after a visit to her mother, Mrs.!
Mrs. El lie Fellers went to the Co-j
imbia hospital Tuesday where she |
nderweut an operation on Wednesay.
She was accompanied by her
rother, Dr. G. Y. Hunter.
Mr. H. J. Hawl ;has gone to St. \
eorge. to vjsit relatives.
Mrs. James Goggans, of Columbia,
spending a few days with her par
its, Dr. and Mrs. C. T. 'Wyehe.
HEALTH DAY PROGRAM.
Friday afternoon. Town Hall, 4 !
Instrumental duet?Mrs. QuatUc- j
iu.m. Miss Annie Lee Langford.
Prayer?Rev. E. W. Leslie.
Health a'phabet?Primary children.)
Brush?brush?brush?Fanny Lee j
Do You Ever??Lewis Saner, James
Health Rules?15 intermediate pulls.
Swat the Fly?Julia Quattlebaum.
How it Happened?XoaTi Pat Shealy.
A Boy's Remarks to his ;Stomach>ay
Instrumental duet?Mrs. Quattleaum.
Address, "How to Keep Well"?Dr.
. Y. Hunter.
F prvhndv is sneriallv invitert tn '
lis meeting. It is a -public codperave
meeting of the Parent Teachers'
spociation and the Literary Sorosis. ]
Time?Friday, 4 p. m.
Purpose?Health study. Come.
T ! L A ~T n^iL
j-ieucesaiit uovernor a. j. rsetuea
iM deliver an. address .'before the
tudents of Newberry college in the
hapel on Friday morning, March 21,
e will speak on the prospects o:
eace in Europe. He was a member of
le Ford peace pilgrims.
Notice is hereby given that the
coks of subscription to the capital
tock c> Silverstree. Real Estate
ompany will be opened at the resi- j
ence of -fno. W. Long, Silverstrect. j
. C.. on Monday. March 13. 191t>. at!
in o'clock A. M
HENRY 0. LONG.
JOHN i\V. LONG,
Board o." Corporators.
Dr. F. C. Martin |j
Examines Eyes, Fits Glasses | j
and Artificial Eyes. |
If your eyes are giving you'?
trouble don't fail to consult him.f
Satisfaction Guaranteed, *
Office ove* Anderson's Dry*!
VjOOUS OLU1C. ^j
FRIDAY, MARCH 10.
BROUGHT HOME Essanay
(Featuring Ruth Stone-house and
Richard Travers). A
BOY AT THE THROTTLE. .Kalem I
Hazards of Helen Seres
(Featuring Helen Gibson}.
HEARST SELIG NEWS Selig A
SATURDAY, MARCH II I
THE TAKING OF STZXGAREE J
(P"pr?rnrijipr Tiir^ Roaniman Marin
Sais and Thomas Lingham).
FABLE OF THE HEIR AND THE
. HEIRESS Essanay comedv
XOXDAY, MARCH 13 ^
THE COX VICT KIXG Lubin
(Featuring Mel.in Mayo).
FRC'Vi: BLACKS TONE TO STONE...
A f i?> A a rv? A/1 r?
*VJL 1 iid CUllitUJ
TO MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
?1 want you to know that I will
handle ice during the season at the
^ ftonr! onH rm ,niun? will
ScUIlC UIU oiauu u'iu
be spared to accommodate the trade.
Thanking one and all for <past favors,
Yours for business, G. W. Kinard.
Prosperity, S. C.
FOR SALE?Fruit trees, Saturday,
March 11th at G. W. Jacobs' stables, j
at 6 cents. Plant now. R. F. Vann,
Columbia. S. . t|||
FOR SALE?One surrey, good as new,
reason for sel.ing, I have no use for ^
it. Have an automobile. 'First ,
check for $25.00 gets same. T. L. raj
Shealy, Prosperity, S. . Phone
FIGARO?Is liquid sinoke. $1.00 bottle
will smoke 400 lbs mea-. Guar- ^
anteed to keep meat moist and stoppers
out. Easily applied. Summer
Brothers Co. -3-10-2t.
FOR SALE?Pure big boll Cleveland %
cotton seed, per bushel, $1.00. Also
! odder and lumber. J. A. Sheaiy,
Newberry, R. F. D. 2, phone 5602.
WANTED?INDUSTRIOUS MEN* who *
can furnish team, wagon, good references
and contract signed by two i
responsible men, to sell to farmers
everyday necssities used in every n*
home and around the farm. Largest
and most complete line sold from ?
wagons?iio staple products manufactured
by one of the oldest and
largest companies of its kind. For
full particulars write, or telephone or
call on A. M. Wilson, Tatum, S. C.
vfi-T i/c ivn VARPS? from TVnnes
iVILiJUU *Ui**VJUV -?
see on hand. Come to see me. A.
G. Wise, Prosperity, S. C.
A>" >'0U3i CEMENTS, j
| I hereby announce myself as a can- J
didate for re-election to the office of 4l|
supervisor for Newberry county and 1
will abide by the rules and regulations
of the Democratic primary election.
J. C. SAMPLE.
For County Treasz/rer. |
I hereby announce myself' a candidate
for re-election to the office of
county treasurer and will abide by
the rules and regulations of the Dem
ccraric primary. i
JOHX L. EPPS. A
' ' r Comity T/easurer.
i ! hereby announce myself a candi<
' the office of County Treasurer,
i l - ^ ^ 1 * li. I A/>Y?Q f ?A
I SUDJfCl .O IJC l ilies Ul UiV 1/iHiui.ianv/
i primary. I will appreciate your sup!
port. Should 1 be elected, I will de!
vote the "best efforts of my life to the
- - - - - _ -
discharge of tne duties or me omc*?.
WILLIAM E. PELHAM. Sr.
For Coroner. J
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of coroner of Newberry
county and will abide by the
! result of the Democratic primary election.
I G. H. RUFF. 1
The weather for the opening days
o.f Caldwell and Haitiwanger were not
.favorable for spring goods but despite
that fact che crowds were at the store
both days to look over the many pret- V
ty things this store lias for the ladies
of the community. They say that they
have the prettiest and most elaborate
display of ready to wear that this store
has ever carried. ~