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PURELY PERSONAL
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Pho Movement cf Many People,
v^ .i : TU.p WKo
V Newberry
yh\ ; . W. Her wer.t '
.
v. 10 U;:<
iV.cv y ' morning for
veturi-vd Wv.inesday
.
Her husband, Mr. L. F. Paysiager, is
\Vi' :i h-'V.
? r. X(( C 'omor, who was fornu
\y a t-:v:I engineer with the X-.-wt'-:
i . .jv-iu-.n company, has gone
to on for a contract which he
h- s acc.'t i.
; ! r. ster* Martin and Mr. H. L.
P '.r att^n-ilng the meeting of the
c.kholders of the Lime Cola com-j
pan\ he; : in Orangeburg Tuesday.
T-- "VT 1, TUnvcHnv
isiiiuu1 .Ui:.di IC?HO *- .1...^^.-,.
for a vis * to Columbia before re-,
turning- to her home in Washington.!'
D. C.
.V. -= I.ois Fv.: of Columbia was in
the city Tuesday.
- lid. A. A. Woodson and Miss llor-.
ten-? W00dsoi: weit to Edgefieid |
Mon ;;:y o :: .tend the funeral of their
c! 11 nv, 1^. A .'. mis.
... nt J. A. Denning left 1'irorsdav
for a business trip to New York.
Mwrr I' ~ ?- COOPER
AT I YE MARKETING
BY COTTON GROWERS
Tuesday morning at the chamber
cf eo imerce Major Andrew Brjamlett
speke to a number of Newberry county
farmers on Cooperative Cotton'
Kt'i'.n;;' :>y tne v.v-~ju
( oo^vrative Association.
The organization is composed of
men who grow cotton and will sell ,
400,000 bales of the 1922 crop.
Each menubr agree to sell his entire
crco each year for five successive
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years end s:gns a contract to do so. J
The association will supervise;
through its d:rectors which are elect-1
cd by the members, the grading, j
classing and selling of the cotton.
Cotton of similar grade and class!
!
"c? /^1 <2,'i tr.)* rm.'* J3 7!.*} Slfimilfl
r.ot all of any one grade be sold at ;
one time bin for different prices, they
are averaged so that each member
shall got the full value.
The cotton, is to be delivered to
such place as the association directsand
the wner can btain. 60 per cent
of -he current va^ue upon delivery. I
The selling will be as dh ?ctly to '
spinners as is possible.
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<S> KhlLJ LKUSS ISUlt-5
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Notice to Auxiliaries and Chapters
The chapter has been requested to 1
make children's petticoats and in
fant^' layettes :o send to Europe. The
mater: ! for one hundred flannel pet-'
ticoais will be here this week and
3I!ss Fannie McCaughrin, the chair.
man of Woman's Work, is asking: that
the auxiliaries will send to her for
material to make at least seven garments
for each auxiliary. She will
be Grind to have any one else interested
to come for material and help '
with making these garments.
The Newberry Red Cross
The department of woman's work
of the Xewberrv Red Cross has never'
ceased its activities. Last fall the :
ou:put of garments from the chapter'
was more than (300, and the women
are now undertaking to make children's
clothing and infants' layettes.1
The material for flannel petticoats
wi": soon b? on,hand and Miss McCau^hrin
and her committee will be
ready in a week's time to hand out
ti e cut out garments to any woman
who is willing to help in this laudable :
und-rfakin:r and she is anxious also
tha*. the auxiliaries who have done,'
so r uch in the pa?t will have an op
ponunity to continue to carry on. |
No cv:rr.n;zatio?i in the state has ac-i
con:p!ish. d ir.ore either during or'
since t'.e war than this Xewberry!
ch-:n.." i auxiliaries d as long!
as V ere is work :.> be dene. Dr. Set/.-!
ler a : 1 his efficient co-rcrorkers stand
r >.* to d> Or.;- of the works in
v: ;t 'v . m teres-: eu, neart ana ;
sor:. is the health unit, the life of
"which se< his now assured, as the Ki-j
' b an:! the chamber of com-,
m< r " h-'?v? t>uc their shoulders to the
J- i: V- hope of every mera:
the R< d Cross that, our re pre-1
. ' fr- :-"i : " !ea;is- i
' appropriation wh:-::'
v?a k?-: :ir.
Mrs. A. A. W *oil-on,
'! ' . A. R. ('. !
> vv t y 7-1 T.-iTi r "*
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= tr\?\'<l-.fr Csi'f ft F&awe
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J OHM M. KJNARD, JR..
Hi.ECi f. > AS.STAT*!! CASHIER
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K :.;]} ' :>n of
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: ';U;U' . : ni.:?s a:i i h.'
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only her!
lor an : ' \i: ;; ? ;;>< ,.i r. i?v.: * ;
b th positions :;;w n ? he i- = nection
with the bank be has made *
^ood. for v-nson that ho docs i:?>; '
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miiiu wor*. ana is at an unit's
ani and agreeable ana aecoxnmo iatir?<r
in his work, and that after a': counts
a lonjr ways in nv.kinp: a -access of
nnythiv:<r you undertake. Willinjmess i
to w:- k ii-.i'l to fo ahoui i; niea^nnt'.-/
and just a? if it was the main thing.
Mr. Kir.avti is th^ caily son of Mr. (
and Mrs. John M. Kir. ;v : a:\; a
son of Captain John M. Kinr.rd who |
Ull in :) ' battle of S^'a^n^tr in ti.f
war 'f the sixties while ;v.r as
colonel (if his regiment and leading: (
the insurance poii? y of ih^hRDcfie
a charge.
The HeraH a:ul News extc-n;"< i:,s
fe*Iiv**t;it ons t*> viv.mp; ?.IKinuv;! ani!
wishes him mighty well, and would
take the iib-.rtv of sua:^e?ti:iir that the
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only ro :<i :o real success is to work ,
at the icb vou are on jusi as if th<'
entire success of the hank depended
entiretv on vour efforts, and not b<
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afraid that you will do too niiu-h. And ,
with ir all be pleasant and courteous
and polite.
?-!r. Kinard inheri-.s these qualities
from a Ions: line cf honorable fori
i n v i ' _ . j_ _
oear=. nr.'* an r 'l na ;o <10 :s io apj-iv
theiii in Iris own ease, a> wo are sure
}'e will do, and he will be certain of ,
succcss.
LEE AND JACKSON
CELEBRATION SUNDAY
U. D. C. Chapters to bserve Birthdays
of Confederate Generals. Me?
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AXiWliC&i IV V_i C- * - t- 4 Ci. I A-.WV,
Tho United Daughters of the Confederacy
have assumed the task of
fi l-onvnnf 'r-T n vt 11 PM,lV<rin<r the I-iCC
Memorial chapel a* Washington arc'
Lee university. T!. Lee chapel was
built by General Lee immediately after
the War Between the States. T
contains the Lee mausoleum, in whose vaults
rest the remains of :he whole
Lee family from Revolutionary times
to the present. The wonderful rocumbent
statue of General Lee is in
the upper story of the mausoleum, i
full sijrht of the audien'-e. Thi? sac?'ed
shrine is dear to the hearts of
all patriotic Southerners.
Five thousand tourists from every
part of the world visited this hallowed
spot during the past year.
Tiie student body of the university
has now entirely outgrown the cspac
:ty of the present buik<;. u- and at university
assemblies and celebrations a
number of the students have to >-::.nd
LU1 !.iv, L il v CAtlViOV .
Concerted action by chapter?'
throughout the world ha.- boon requested
for General Lc;o's birthday
and every patriotic man and woman,
of the South will be given an opportunity
to contribute to this great memorial
movement, the rebuilding of
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cnapei cjiul ens.'iiunra ,:ic
dust of Robert, E. Lee.
The Calvin Crozier chapter, 1\ D.
C. assisted by the Drnyton Rutherford
chapter. V. D. C.. w:I] hold their
annual t-xercises in commemoration
of the birthdays of General Robert Y..
Lee and General Stonewall .lacksor. on
Sunday afternoon. January 22r:d. at i
o'clock. Ccnl.al Mithodi.-. church.
The ' onfedt rate ve'orans, Sor? of
Veterans, World war vc.erar.s and th
public generally arc- cordiaiiy invito'!.:
An opportunity will be given to all
thn?? nvpspnt :i* this mectinsr to as
sitft in the bulding of thi> memorial to
General Lee, the great leader of the
Armies of the Confederacy.
The following :s the program:
Invocation by Rev. J. L. Danitl.
usic?Recessi ?nal, de Koven.
Reading by Benet;a Eu/.hrra:,
tier the Shade of the rrees. iviargar-.
et T. Preston.
Music by juartette. "Where S.v p |
the Brave." Park-.
Remarks oy Major J. F. J. Caldwell..
Music by quartette.
Address by Dr. George B. Cromer.
Hymn, "How Finn a Inundation.":
benediction.
The chorus v. 1 be ec ;>o v ! of t-:e
menr e*'3 cf the various choirs of t\.churches
under the direction, -;f Miss
f-T:.Domihiek. ur;^i... .
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Kivanis Doings
"i :- K:v.ar.i> club i!! :r.
-ou: tv. vr*/-f;v ? t-f u* <-:tv _
.< wt s-a
t'O!" .. ?>'i< or HII ' '< Oe- ,
tween the ac-'? of 12 ai:-i 1 <>. r .r
i
. -U!* everybody will be boys and nave
a joily irood Time together.
I>r. A. J. Bowers of Greenwood and ,
ilal K..hn of i:<?< Rotary eluh will a!
K^r- T~-rc i-.. r -. vawer-^.- tu-. .\ -^-^w??rT?r>^rr r uc WBMBB: -:
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MARKET EFFORTS.
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P as . * -. anfl .-. 4 * " * S -
t?\y by Samraer Bros;. Co.
N-*w V M
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New Orleans Market.
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v 1 ?>.4:> !G.S0 1<>.40 i
hi! ! ' : 10 1 :
S?o*s: 1 <>.7 . '1^ up.
Xewberrv spots: 16.50.
wgtn??
r? FAK-U? DAY AT
HUNT'-R-DE*YAL1
1 ThuVi'v. .'JS clcav.-i'p >'
fo" MuIV. ' r'-DcVv . vil '?!.. Th.t* V'"0
pie she wed their gn at interest by al
:oniin? and working hard. Axes
shov. and a ! other ini
jVv?v.-r-.s 1 h; : \wr< r.tedci wen
brought. The buildings were repair
MT.r* O! {'
.me CUJ!.i;u.- , s v . .
ihinj;? wore done to be r.:: fi:y th
foundings.
M.
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NOTICE
The officer;; of O'Neal! Stree
-v- v.-ri - 'i rrlvc an oyster -upper a
the hall Saturday night, January 21.
The proceeds are to go to the ne\
Sunday school room 'vtuildinp: far.<3
Conv and enjoy a good hour logeiruwhle
helping a good cause, (ioo
music will be furnished.
The Officers,
O'Neal! Street Church.
id ttT} n:?: VitT!f!5?
3ri.i
W?-itcd?A fev: bor.vilors in privat
home, close in. reasonable rate*
1211 Boyce Street; 1-20-1
Ladder. w."fh5ng pansy plants wi
please phone 10." or call. I wi;
have a > .ipmenfc soc^. Hal Kohr
are st:!l some of you who nee
engraved visifin^ cards and hav
not yet srven mo your order. G:a
to sho'v samples. II.'1 Kohn.
New books come in twice a wee!\Yhvr>
you want something trood t
read "browse around." Hal Kohl
Dancing lessens wanted?Y ou'l.a* "!*.
i!es:rt'S irstruc'.ioi in dancing. 110
ce:s irily from professional zsach
t-r. Stare convenient nours a;i
terms. Address "27" care The He:
alu " u "s "V.".-'.
V-01t
The person who rented the .O'VC
I"'oo:- of my house having: c 'vMo
to buy a house. I have for rent f.c\
en rooms, two garages, uam,
den and pat oh. Ida X. Boozer.
1-20-2: p."
Will t?.ke ti few boarders. :ro'* furthc
information apply 1222 Jones s
Xewberrv, S. C.
11 7- it
For rent?Store recently occupied b
Jo?eph Mann in West Main stre-:*'
Apply to Mrs. ?. L. Paysingei
phone 31*2. 1-17-2
FOR SALE Frost Proof Ciblmg
Plants?We grow our plains a:,
ship nice fresh plants. 5000 $4.00
10,000 $7.50; 1000 $1.20. Prices 1"
O. B. shipping point. Potatce an
T;;:< ;toe S'." i? 1000. Kinse
V."holos?]f Plant Valdes'a. (la.
FARM WAMTED?V/anc.i ID he::
from owner of a f?-:n fvr sale, g!v
lowest price, and full particular?
L. Jones. Box 551, Oiney, HI;
Trespass Notice?A': person- are ft.-!
h:\ :;in to on i..<: i.-tiiu.- >
the undersigned in No. . i >wnshi
by fishing, hum? r.x 01 in r?r.y othe
maimer. G. J. Jones & Hei:, II. .1
Lrruisny. ":'16-30t
Wanted?Man v,;:h car to sell w1
price.: Graham Tiros. $130.00 pe
week and commissions. Grahai
: Co.. ' i -)-j j Jou' v'V. , Ben to
ihir!>or, Mich.
1-6-1 p.
Wanted? r<> J'. :? i'O 0 (1 'St' w T
few acres of land suitable fo
trucki:'?? ara poultry. snori, ?:::
tuiicc out. V? !-i to pay rc<
"?>Ie rent in advance. "Lan<
v." care ilc-:\;]d and Ncv/s.
i-y-tf.
So tr<?s passing >' ;{ U'V ' >' h\\:\ .1
fishing or otherwise will be allowe
oi: niv ian-.ii. Mrs. Manila L\ JA-i
vi.' Lv " l-3-5tltaw
r\Ti*7T5 % * 7/T\ J TO T"'
uraKA hAJubZa
VL "W, */ 7 T " O I'
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* ' T-^-p-.ss Noiicr?A I! persons are I
? hereby notified apt to trespass upon !
:? i:f ?he undersigned legated
von .<> X is. 2. > ana > 02 "
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in or any manner whatsoever.'
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Keiit. 12-9-411 taw '
t . ' :.f v.'Omsn, OV-.T i
.. v : ' (.: f:! " !:-;t :-r;.itions v.<
pen, ?. ! eonard, (former civil scr- :
xan.i; - r>. } '7 Kquii: L>;-- .
; Wa, on, D. C. *
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I forbw! trespassing on inv 'an:!, "a
; Garde Pugh. ' 12-I6-tf (
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riVAMriAT I
V.". iuy American Product? ?
i cornorutioR stuck. Aiso otii- s
t. \Vr:ie "Tor ouotatior.s. 5
> C \EOLIN v TRADING COMPANY... \
701 L:v : v Dar.k Building, <' s
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HATCHING EGGS?l'ABY CHICKS '
( > smnnlv hatzhng oggs from j
i'iymou'Ji Rock matings. j
Am booking orders for baby chicks.!]
* 'ave Jan. ! 7. My j
: i- ?\ i! rig}?; ] > .'iniair.s on seven :
t eniries at Bishopville. 1st, 2nd and I
lord exhibition cockerels; 1st pen, 2nd'!
f a-iu pullet?. 1.- lie*;, all cockerel j
. >i. tijc'.i ? ha]; >pec:;.i. Eygs fr-m j
, X.>. 1, 2 ar.d :) So.gO po:- 1 : j
\*o. I ami c2.2" per ir>; Xo. 'I and j
- 7, $1.75 par delivered, isaoy
jf chicks $20.00 the 100, delivered. All
chicks are from my pure bred stock. :
Y. T. DlCKi'.iiT. I
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_ _ SHERIFF'S SA! E j
Jamos Qua! ticbauni <Jc Lang-ford, j
against |
Henry Scott, defendant.
Execut ion.
]%y virtue cf an execution to me <ii- j
revted, in the above strted case, I
, \\\ii si-il .o the highest bi:!:!??r. at pub- ;j
? .u".. , rtnnv? of I
i!C clUt l.'j'', Wibillli tut legal HVW4W ~ .. .
t sale, at Newberry court house, on!
, Monday, the 6th day of February, A.,
I)., 1022, the following described
oj'C'jty, to wit: Three (3) bales of
v cotton, levier on and to 'be sold as the
I. pr< perty of Henry Scott to satisfy
. :! <> afori'sr.! ! execution ar.d costs.
, 1 e: n:s: Cash. i
CANXOX G. BLEASE,
Sheriff Xewberry County,
j I-17-3t liaw j
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:! $ Mark well, plea
*n fcke fac-simils le
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^ jj Chas H. Hampton!" VicePres.
jg I WW ?. SoYCAM. Vice f:?3.
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J. Y. McFALL, Vice Pre
FLOYD BRADLEY, Ass
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Pleasant church. Write J. A.
Wright,. Athens. Ga. 9-23-20*
:0 THE BUSINESS PEOPLE OF
i\'E V/F.EHRY
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Kea^zmg fch
we have decioec
on labor accords;
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V,. a 'L." "?> L C.'-' <4-< VS. <v> 7 ?S. i
All work gu
satisfaction and
hie Ford parts m
Your pate'or
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I , Authorize.
| Phoj
Like the Ford Car the Fore
iBraaSHBBWJJlMM iMtt?MKJgBOB3HEOE5
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se, the words of Mr. W<
tier from the president <
1 innln^itiAn? !T> ?/"? .?% TATO '
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OF THE CITY <
, Kinard, Zsq<>9 Preside]
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The crvsucreial Bank,
Eewberry, South C;
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Mr* Kinard:I
thank you very i
2m ant as of the 31st, w;
ialiy strong position.
M
iar:7 statement that you
Witll "b9St/ vV i ell 3 s
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?i ?i i i ii n i imi n ! r i n *r~. ~ rw c*?
suaUy strong'' bank yoi
~rs on banking matters c
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s. 3nJ Cashier.
.1. Cashier.
HUNT, HUNT 5
sspsEce?B*5as!^'-"S^xii2 -tsssjess***
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OpEometrist
3rd Floor Exchange Bank Did;
EYES EXAMINED
GLASSES FITTED
Broken Lenses Duplicated
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it l&y w 1 $ Jul"il>
F^3E^392E^^ggE8K2SEraaa
at money is scarce
to cut our Drices
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ns? to me times.
Ford S3 sick take
ispital and have it
d specialist.
Jm
saranteed to give
nothing hut genui?<ori
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lage will be apprein
charge of R. C.
W
1 Ford Dealer
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I shop gives you better service
tisement We Mi
Doclward, when he says <(
d(- the Hanover Nationa
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DF N EW YORK
swYSHK- J?M?ry 9th
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arolina.
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irach for sending us your
lich shows your Banic in ;
In fact it is a very e:
raake.
;cr the New Year,
duts very truly, \
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iiid any lime they can be
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? "lV Jj*a. VB??" ii C^6>J$L*dS ^"2?-i ./vTSs
J NO. M. KINARD, JR., 2nd As
r>/nss TH.l.A WEST. Bookkeecx
JMO~ C. FLOYD, Collector,
s HUNTER, Attys.
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OPERA HOUSE
PROGRAM
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Friday, January 20
"THE WAY OF A MAID"
F.iai-'e Harnmerstein
Fo\ News
Saturday, January 21
"PJDE RS OF THE WEST"
I W- A
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2 REEL SUNSHINE COMEDY
2 REEL WESTERN
Monday, January 23
"WHATEVER SHE WANTS"
Eileen Pcrcy
Fox News
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| W. GUST A V HOUSEAL, M. D.
Office Exhange Bank Building
2nd Floor, Rooms 212 and 213
: Officc Hours: 12 to 1 O'clock P. M.
and 3 to 4 O'clock P. M.
Other Hours by Appointment
Residence Phone 36
Office Phone, G6.
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Try our dcIicious plain and raisin
pound cake. It's simply fine. Bakei
Rite Bakery.
j 11-lS-tf.
i Let us examine your
Eyes. Glasses fitted
only when needed.
G. E. Cromer, 0. D.
Up-stairs Over Bake-Rite Bakery
ight Write J
'unusually strong,"
1 Bank, one of the
';uiam Donalo. Ass't Ca'-.'i.
eorce E. Lewis. Ass't Cash.
?mls P. Garcn?h, Ass't C?;sh.
r eocrick A. Thomas. Ass't Cash.
'alter G. N'ELSCn. Ass't Cash.
'Rles B. Campbell. Asi't Cash.
liam B. Smith. Ass't C2sh.
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