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PURELY PERSONAL ja
The Movement of Many People, : t
Newberrians and Those Who
Visit Newberry .. j fc
Mr. W. R. Smit returned !a?t week
/ r/v rt _ it-iinr'h
irom an ^
ter. Mrs. Wm. Keith, a: Chappells. c
Notices have been written of the
various institutions in Newberry. An- r
other institution of the city which de- 0
serves more than a passing: notice isjt
the public library. It costs next to ;<
nothing to get in position to enjoy the t
line reading afforded by membership :a
in the library. Many people have t
tViomcplvpis of the oDnortunity, i c
<%\'ciav.u - ^ A _
but there is room for more. Get in ]
touch for the intellectual benefit to v
readers. ! c
The prediction is for a large crowd ]
to see the baseball game between t
Newberry college and the South At-;
lantic league club next Friday at Col- c
lege park. Game begins 4 o'clock a
sharp. Only 50 cents. Ja
This Tuesday is the day for the eel- j (
ebration of Hampton's birthday an-:
niversary. The exercises will be in the;
high school auditorium at 4:30, Mat-;,
thew Page Andrews o* Baltimore to j
be the speaker. The program will be ?
"under the auspices of the c-haptei s of ]
the Daughters of the Confederacy, ji
Mrs. H. L. Parr left last week for :
an extended visit to Florida; first go-1
ing to Lake City, visiting the fami- 1
lies of her relatives, Mr. R. T. Boozer
and Mr. Bates; thence to Lake Wales j
- - - ~ , i
to attend the Florida State bunday ]
school convention; after which she j
will go to Palatka and St. Augustine ?
to be with other relatives until the ]
first of May. ' ]
Three cheers and a hurrah for Stu- 1
dents Setzler, McCain, Frick and :
Blackwelder. See account of the tri- ;
angular debate in another column, f:
The Quality Pressing club is pick- i
ing up business, as can be seen by i
Mr. Huff Templeton driving the de-'i
livery?a little sawed-olf Chevrolet. I
It is a self-starter, little but loud, and r
gets there, as the reporter knows from ]
a ride. I]
In this number of The Herald and:
News our many friendly readers will *
J nvac?f inn' o C 1
ilXIU ?<J Itic . tl.1i; ill tci fiJUiig tvo J
well as beneficial to them. It is the <
fact of Newberry grocers cooperating ]
for the good of the buying public, i
When this class of merchants gets 1
together to benefit customers it is a <
step that means much in the lif3 of <1
the public. It is an installation of bet-::
ter business methods and will re- <
dound to the advancement of these j'
merchants and to the welfare of all.1
who come under the influence of the; (
new arrangement. ! J
Mr. Jack Taylor, in the mail service i
with headquarters in Asheville, is j
spending his vacation at his former ,c
home in this city. "All work and no; i
play makes Jack a dull boy." This( i
Jack is another Newberry boy making |i
good away from his native place. ;i
Dr. Skinner of Columbia will -begin f t
a series of meetings at the First Bap- 's
tist church here on Easter Sunday.!(
The singing: service will be led by j t
"Vf~ T -r T tit~ ' <
4 ju. *ia.mes> iutLiav)' ui j_<auxeiis>. v\ e c
are of the opinion that crowds will 1
flock to these services. !;
Mr. and Mrs. Ei'.isor Adams, Mrs.U
J. C. Adams, Miss Mattie Adams ar.ci ?
Mr. Henry Adams, Jr., spen: Sunday!
in Whitmire. |t
Misses Aughtry Templeton and i
Aleen Reeder spent the week-end in j
Ninety Six. j'c
Recorder Geo. T. Bryan, Treasur- t
er W. C. Cleveland and Imperial Rep-'t
resentative Jno. M. Holmes, all of 1
Greenville, officers of Hejaz temple
of Shriners, will meet here tonight, ?
(Monday) with the Newberry Shrin-'
Three colored fellows answered to charges
before Recorder Chapman r
Saturday morning. Gus Cannon, fori
failure to pay transfer bill, paid $2. i
Harry Caldwell, for assault and bat- r.
tery with a bicycle pump and for rid- ?
irg bicycle on sidewalk, paid $5 for s
the first offense and $2 for the sec- t
ond. Adam Mabray, for stealing a ^
suit of clothes from Harold Hipp, "
paid $10. i c
Remember, a subscription to The t
Kerald and News is a prescription for t
the blues. I i
One good sign of the healthfulness t
of Newberry is an undertaker in the >
If we, the reporter, were a candi- t
uaze ior tne legislature one of the'
planks in our platform would be that . t
no person who is too poor to feed as
dog should be allowed to own one. s
Everybody owning dogs would be o
made to feed them, and feed them so (
well that they would not always be n
running around half starved and "V
forcing their way nightly into the!
yards of neighbors and eating the r
food put there for home dogs and 2
The early closing will begin with \
the stores in Newberry the first of I
Hying ants are indicative of i
spring the season has surely arrived, t
as we saw millions of these insects h
(estimated) Saturday, in one place Id
lone, coming- from underneath the' (
ffice window of Agent F. R. Hun-'.3i*.
Mr. Phll-p Daiu-h is one among the \
iest merchants in Newberry, ami
iSinal a ^oo.l mail and citizen. Iiis t
sale with a banu-" continues, where ;
Tht' civic league's share of the }
iroceeds Friday from the showing
f "The Little. Minister/' including: :
he sale of candy, was $47.50. This 1
5 pretty good, but it is thought that i
he amount will reach at least $50, 1
s several people who wanted to see
he picture but could not go to the t
>pera house on the occasion, feel i
ike "paying the price,"?-which
t*ould be fine act. Manager Wells ;
ertainly has the appreciation of the ;
eague for his whole-hearted and pa- ;
Someone is apt to strike a bar- |
rain at Trustee F. R. Hunter's sale j
it the stand of the Elite Pharmacy ]
ind Jewelry company on the Gth day j
>f April at 2 o'clock. j i
Getting ready for Easter? -i
Miss Nancy Werts of Gary's was i
i visitor in the city Saturday.
"Vf-,. rinndu QlirrVl A'f npniSOIl
-?i. i. viauuv.
>pent the week-end in Newberry.
Mrs. Sli.^h will extend her visit for a
.veek or more with her parents, Mr.!
ir.d Mrs. Robt. T. Caldwell.
Mr. J. M. Taylor, who has a posi-|
:ion with the Seaboard Air Line railway
at Portsmouth, Va., is visiting
lis relatives in this city, his former!
icme place. Mr. Taylor will be re"*
" "? j* ?
nemberea nere as a ioraier representative
in the legislature from
\"ew berry county as well as a "painess
tooth extractor," one of the first
to ''pull" without pain.
The shrine meeting will be held this
Monday night in Masonic temple at
K:15 o'clock and all members are
urged to be present promptly.
The proceeds from the community
narket on last Saturday were $85.51.
An entertainment will be given at
rrinity schoolhouse Friday night,
March 31st, beginning at 7:30. The
public is most cordially invited.
Miss Sadie Goggans, secretary
South Carolina department American
Legion auxiliary, in the clubwomen's
* - f* r* i , <?Tvi
columns oi ounuuy s. ouiit-,
February the Xewberrv unit divided
nto two teams to work'for new members
for six weeks. The campaign
closed March 15. At that time between
50 and GO members had been
secured, the team with Miss Sarah
Caldwell, captain, and Miss Josie
Reid, lieutenant, being the winners.
The losers, with Miss Sadie Goggans,
laptain, and Miss Grace Summer,
lieutenant, are pledged to set the winners
up to a supper or a party."
The world may be growing worse,
>r it may not be, but we are sure
chat it is full of good people. Judg1
XT T_? ???v,
.rig oy tne peopie 01 .\ewoeny suw;:
s the case. A person here has only
:o get sick or in trouble to find out
:hat there are many citizens of both
:exes, old and young, and little chilIren,
whose hearts open and go out
;o those in sorrow and distress, even
is the flowers unfold and throw out
:heir sweetness for the comfort of the
afflicted as well as for those who can:
mjoy the beauty and fragrance in i
^ood health and ease.
For the first time in a long time'
;nere is not a person in the Newber-j
y jail awaiting tnal.
Prof. S. J. Derrick delivered an ad- j
iress Saturday at the closing exercis-!
:s of the Pine Ridge school in Lexing-J
on county. He was accompanied i
'rom Newberry college by Students!
r. A. Frick, S. C. Fulmer and L. F.
The concrete road from Ballentine :
o the negro boys' reformatory on the I
sewberry road is new open. This
nakes a stretch of a^out 8 1-2 miles. !
Mr. J. Fred Schumpert, while vis- <
ting his daughter and family in Miani,
Fla., some tme ago. hit upon the j
r>lnn of makinc a lamn out of i i
i telephone desk stand and an elecvic
bulb. In studying out the plan
-Ir. Schumpert proved himself to be
:a pretty good inventor." The new
-lectric lamp will have to be seen to i
>e appreciated in its beauty and adap- 1
ability. It is a very neat and convenent,
as well as handy little "contrap- 1
ion." Get J. Fred to show it to you; i
rou will like it. i
Newberry college is in the midst of!
he second term examinations.
Mr. Matthew Page Andrews, who is
o speak here Tuesday on the occaion
of Hampton's birthday anniverary
celebration, has just issued an- '
ther book. "American History and
Government." Mr. Andrews is the .
uthor of "Women of the South in i
Mrs. Power W. Bethea is visiting
datives at Kinards.?The State,
As a mark of esteem for the Rev.
V. S. Holmes, who goes to Lexing- J
on, X. (\, to become rector of the
'piscopa! church in that city, says ,
he Laarensvilie Herald of Friday,
he other ministers of Laurens invited
iim to precah at a union service Sun- *
ay night, with the choirs of the vari
)us churches assisting: in the song L<
ervice. The Herald says Mr. Holmes
s "hi Id in very cordial e.teem by tin
uople of the city."
Dr. and Mrs. W. Ci. Houseal motor >i
to Augusta Sunday afternoon :<
:tny until Monday uitt ; :io<>n with
heir son, Dr Robert; llouseai and f
?amily, the new little baby in the
louseiioid neipmg 10 maice tne lamuy.
Superintendent II. \V. Scnumpert ibird
vice president of the Tri-state
kVater ar.d Light association which
.vill hold its annual session in Spar.anburg
April 1 '.>-21.
The Reederviile school of this couny
is among the schools of the state ,~
eceiving prize Xo. 1.
Williams and Son, contractors, arc
t work overhauling a house for Mr.
L Rice Thornton in O'Neal! street.
\nd to add two rooms to the building L
James Morris, one of the city delivery
boys for The Herald and News,
is in great distress. He says his '"Billy
Goat" left his premises or the
premises of his father, J. T. Morris
rm lasf-. Fridav and that "Biliv Goat' r
up to this writing' has forgotten t<
come home, or some one is unlawfully
or lawfully restraining his freedom
If any one has seen or heard of ar
estray '"Billy Goat" please notify .
James Morris. i
Miss Lucy Epps from Clinton speni
the week-end in Newberry.
Mrs. Wright Bedenbaugh of Pros perity
was a last of the week visito'
to Mr. Kubt. I). Wright and family.
Mr. iVl. u :vioore nas iv vu mva>
people; in that he can do the worl .
himself in improving his residence
which looks a hundred per cent mor<
Newberrian since he "fixed up" the 3
front part of his home in Coll eg'
Wednesday i? the day fixed In
Trustee Lambert W. Jones for th?
sale at Little Mountain of the stocl
of general mev-handise and fixture
of the store of James II. Wise.
To those who understand the situa
tion in the life of the reporter no ex
planation is necessary, but to thos<
who do not understand we would likto
say that he is doln^r the best h<
can; and "he that does the best h
can, does well," etc., "angels cou!<
do r.o more." This is said because o
the fact that some people expect mor
than can be done in the circumstanc
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Brown of Co
lumbia snent the week-end in New
Dr. Freed baptised three little chil
dren at the Church of the Redeeme)
Mr. F. II. Campsen went to Colum
bia Sunday and returned with Mrs
Campsen from the bedside of her lit .
tie grandson, who is still ill wit}
Mr. Henry T. Cannon's new resi
dence on his lot opposite the Boun
dary street school is petting unde
way of building. It will be some
thing new for Newberry in its con structi
There is a disputed question as t<
whom the eggs belong when one man'
hen lays eggs in another man's auto
Mr. and Mrs. Perry and ther
daughter, Mrs. Tidmarsh, spent th< ^
week-end in Greenwood and Mrs (
Calmcs spent the week-end in Pros <
Dr. Freed left Monday for Waynesboro,
Va , in response to a messagi
that his father was critically ill wit! i'
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Swittenber
-pent Sunday at Kinarris and the;1
boarders, Mr. and Mrs. Lee McSwain '
spent the day at Biairs.Prof.
Smiley Porter of Bowmar.
spent the week-end at his Newberry >
Mr. and Mrs. Fitz Stork of Colum- v
bia spent Sunday with relatives in tnc 4.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Turner of -
\~inety-Six and Mr. Harold Boozer of
Denmark spent the week-end here
with their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. C
B. Martin and Mrs. Ida N. Boozer.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cromer am'
Mr. and Mrs. I!. II. Swittenberg and
[laughter. Mii.s Sarah Swittenberg.
vent to Columbia Sunday to see Mrs.
John Eddy, who, we are glad to say.
'.vill he able to leave the hospital in :i
few days to rest awhile with relatives
n that city before returning home.
SPECIAL NOTICE j
:f you want rooms for offices or I
liu'ht housekeeping: .see Anne 0. j
'aim Beach suits, -iOc. Finished t';u:i-i
iiy wash, 1 Oe per pound. Suits)
French dry cleaned, $1.25. Suits I
dyed, $.'>.00 up. Ail work guaran-l
teed. Sanitary C'caii;!;;f Co..!
Phone ?JS. :>-2S-:2t '
"irse springtime; bu!';s. Gladiolus and'
cannas. II-il Kohn.
-.'clurc framing a< it .should ho doi'.e.
Xice jobs. Hal Kohn.
faster cards are on display. Post
cards and booklets. Please see the
display. Hal Kohn. : _
>st?L:>ht brown cameo pin, Sun-j
day in X?wberry. Kt wan! for n-j
turn. ^ Ji-aiHrtte Harmon.
you need an incubator I aave the '3
a.e: ncy J'<>r Cyphers. Would be
iiia'i t<< quote mice. J. W. Smith.'!
J;-. ' :>-2.S-tf i
i>r sale?Two extra jrood fresh a:.'Ik cow??i>r:cos
very reasonable, R. I
i >. Smith and Son, Newberry, S. C., I
\v holesale Grocers, ohone
?ts of people are saving money by j
oiivir.p, their fli/.ir, sugar, rice, syr- j
iu>, corn, oats and other groceries!
1 roiii us. Brvson Grocery Co.
ist received a shipment of Early; Aml.er
cane seed. Now is the time !
to plant an early patch. Bryson '
Grot ery Co.
> o v t r*
ost, lost, lost, lost, lost?My but j
white and liver colored pointer dou\ j
License tag on collar. Answers t<>j
the name of Dan. Reward to find-'
er. II. M. Bryson. h
cr Sale?Ten bushels Sa vyer's cot-1
ton seed grown in 11)10, $1.00 bush- j
e3; thousand bundles fodder, $1.25 i
hundred pounds; 50 bushels corn in !
shu'.-k, $1.00 bushel. Roscoe Bedenbaugh.
Prosneritv, S. C.
ggs from puie Rock chick- i
ens for sale, GO cents for set of 1">.
Mrs. II. M. Wicker,.Pomaria, 1.
or Sale?Thoroughbred Barred Rock
e:rg.;. $1.00 per setting. 3Irs. T.
M. Xeci, phone 0402.
astura^e for rent. Apply to Dr. P.
(i. Ellisor. o-28-3-tp
top and take a lock at Bledsoe's
window and then go on the inside
?i ..... ah />-f
cinu ^uur ^ui/UN -rvii ivxnuo v/i
extracts', spices, toilet articles, liniments,
stock powders, and lots of
ether things to>? numerous to nientioii.
We also pay highest prices
for chickens and eggs. Agents for
MeC'onnon's goods. W. V. Bledfioe,
910 Main St., phone 130, Newberry,
S.' C. 3-28-1 taw j
ohn L. Cannon wants you to know:
he does all kind of plowing andj
gardening, also your flower gardens.
Will tlx them in line shape.
227 Caldwell street.
3-24 2t |
'or Sale?Large yellow canna bulhs, |
five cents, posi.ige extra. Mrs. L.J
P. Boland, phone
o n 4
iOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT!
I will. make a liiijil settlement-of j
he estate of John D. Stone, in the}
:robate Court for Newberry County, I
1. ("., on Friday, the 28th day of!
ipril, 1022. at 10 o'clock in the fore-j
oon, and will immediately thereaf-j
er ask for my discharge as adminis-j
ratrix cf said estate. All persons)
aving claims against the estate of j
ohn I"). Stone, deceased, are hereby I
ict'fied to file the same, duly veri-l
c-d, with the underesigned, and th->se j
ndebtee to said estate will please
iake payment likewise.
MA HA I. A M. STOXE, Admx.
001 College St.. Xewberrv, S. C.
SALE IN BANKRUPTTV
n the District Court of the United
States, for the Western District of
n trie matter of the Elite Pharmacy
and Jewelry Company, a Corporation,
Pursuant to an ordsr of Xeal W.
Workman, Esq., Referee in Bankruptv,
made in the above case, dated
larch 25, 1922, "1 will offer for sale
i the highest bidder, in the storeroni
formerly occupied by the said
Ulle Pharmacy and Jewelry Compay,
at Newberry, South Carolina, for
ash, subject to the approval of# this
curt, on the 6th day of April, 1922,
t (2) two o'clock in the afternoon,
le entire stock of drugs and jewelry j
nd the fixtures belonging to said esite.
This stock of drugs is inventoried
t $3152.70, jewelry at $2908.05 and
le fixtures at $9107.30, making a
)tal of .$15,227.42.
Any additional information may be
btained from the trustee.
VPAVr r> III VTT?P
ewberrv, S. C.
? W ? * |
Just a Mess;
Don't forget to have
Cleaned. Or if you pr
you. Our prices are re*
guaranteed. We wash,
thin# from a silk handkc
Join our many other
the finished family wash
give you a 10 per cent
1 \ i\i
We have twenty-live
in their line. Visit our ]
that the laundry is the
have your laundry and d
E. L. Freeman or the m;
.show you through at any
Palm Beach Suits
E. O. HENTZ, M. D. 'if
Office at Residence
lo09 College Sireec
Culls Answered Promptly
Jeardless or Spring Barley ? 1' or sale _
b v Johnson-M cCrackin Co.
nave r.oout i dv nusr.eis sawyer 5
Improved Cotton seed for sale at P
81.00 per Vdsht-i. I have been cup- ^
h\? ::kh' seed for four years and
they are as '-are as you can well'
get them. And the variety is a
good one to head off the boil wee- viI
as it- is early and very prolific.
II. 0. Lor.tr, Siiverstreet, S. C.
3-2l-2t ltaw S
flic Newberry Sweet Potato aSSOtia- lion
has bedded about 2'JO bushels
of Porto Kiean sweet potatoes, inspected
by Clemson college rep re- g
srntatives and dipped in a forma- lide
to prevent rot. Our price is
right, l'lac-e your order now with!
H. :?I. Bryson, A. A. Cleland or C.j
T. Summer. 3-17-tCj
Fertilizers?Get our prices oil c
mixed fertilizers, acid phos- (
phate, nitrate of soda and ^
cottonseed meal before you <
place your order, ine sou- jthern
Cotton Oil Company. G
Phones 81 and 118. r
2-28-tt ' ' 't
Georgia Cane Syrup, 100 pel* Cell! ^
pure. For sale by Johnson-Mc-!
Craken Co. " 2-14-tf
Base'oa.ll Gloves?At prices you have'
not seen for i> years. Gilder &!
Doni' forget we press your sui's for; ,
- - * t - 1 i f ?. l 1.1! ft
z > cents we can iorana ueuver. i
Quality Pressing Club, phono 2G0.
Maine frown seed Trish Potatoes for
sale by Johnson-McCrackin Co.
Just received i\ car of woven wire
. fencing. barb wire poultry wire and
nails. let us show you our stock.;
Johnson-McCrackin Co. j
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EABY CHICKS?HATCHING EGGS
My Barred Rocks lay well as win j
prizes. My daily egg record shows
5,59.?> e<rgs, over 40(5 dozen from Jan. J
1st to March 22nd from an average'
of ICO females. Am now getting;
o .1 ; j
ayovf o uu/iCii uaav. i
Will make attractive prices on
quantity of eggs for incubator on application.
Eg.trs $1.25 to $3.00 the 15, delivered.
Chicks $20.00 the 100 delivered,
infertile eggs replaced free of charge. J
Y. T. DICKERT I
Phone 2303. 3-24- j
I wish to inform the publicthat
I will be located at Mayes':
Drug Store where I will begin!
iT'Ai'lr in frtit' /I \'C
V\ Ui JV HI ci IV/ ? Viav>
Your patronage will be appreciated.
Any repairs left there row
will be taken care of.
W. E. Turner I
Watchmaker and Jeweler
j. tmmn*4E&s?x w* vvfiWi'm&UMsaBaBB! |
3rd Floor Exchange Bari'c C!dg
GLASSES FITTED ,
Broken Lenses Duplicated J
th:it Spring Suit Dry ij
efer we \v111 dye it for
isonable and our work ij
dry clean or dye anyrthief
to a circus tent. 'j
sal isneti customers oil
at 10c perpound. We
. discount on coupon
employes. ;)ii experts
>!ant and be convinced
most sanitary place to j
ry cleaning" done. Mrs. ij
ii n'.unM' will hp <rjnd to
? ; 11
at 40c per suit
" """" i ~
you nro going to need a Dei-rini;||
or McCormick bir.iier, place your j J
o! (k r at once. Yvt* are not jroir.-C | i
10 .-rock them but o:\L-r from l'ae- j
lory as order? are phietii. John-1
jen Mct'rr.ckin Co. o-17-tfj
I wil! open my office for private
Mrlire Mrrrfl 27tn. Prariir#? Von. I >
ned to consultation and office work.
Gfiico hours, 9:00 A. F?3.- 12:30 P. j
2:CC P. M.-5:00 P. M. and by ap-j
JOHN B. SETZLER, M. D. j
02-503 Exchange Eank B!d<y.
T r * s TTTj "B 1 _
notice ro rucuc
I have moved my Barber
hop to McKibben street next
[oor to P. F. Baxter's Underakinir
Parlors. I want myj
riends to know that I am bet- j
er prepared to serve them than j
iver before. Thanking you for j
)ast patronage and will con-j
inue to look for my old cus-j
omers. | A,
J. Gilliam ;s
ismjmw.1 jwacyw r ujbuju*. jk irwwbk >-j m v.j. ap-lxmuwr*!
iui tm .
See Us be
vm^BCSN? PMWHBP?gMfca^tfOMIBWPOB? ? 'WUil < ?
All over the land the
ball is heard, announc
baseball and on every
baseball diamond, Eas
will be for many moni
Boys, I have the grea
goods ever brought to
est stock and when I te
are SPALDINGS you
are the best to be had
prices are much lower
You know that the S
OFFICIAL BALL and
well as the Big Leagi
other ball when you pi;
25c up to ?2, for the
My stock is complete
masks, body protectc
mitts, bats, baseball bo
You are welcome to c
display. I would be ?
the fit and duality fe
. roods and their bats aj
ter bat makers, many
signatures of big leagu
PROGRAM . 1 I
i -..iC-day, IViarch 2S
"A GUILTY CONSCIENCE" ?
Wednesday, March 29
Thursday, March 30 /
"THE IDLE RICH"
W. GUSTAV HOUSEAL, M. D.
Office Exhange Bank Building
2nd Floor, Rooms 212 and 213
)ffice 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, 66.
ipecial Razor Sale?A few left. Razors
$2.00 to $4.00 value, 75 cents.
Absolutely guaranteed to satisfy
you. Gilder & Weeks Co.
ie Agency j
'I I I I Wfc?
ne Is Here
thud of bat against |
ing the i*eturn of
back lot as well as
eball Is King and
? i lii
test line or baseoaii
Newberry, the larg11
you that the goods
will know that they
. This season their
than they were last , ,
palding ball is the I
that the minor as
les uf.e nothing but
A.L BALL. Use no
iv. I have balls from <:
cork center Official
and you can get w
>rs, shoes, gloves, %
>oks, guides etc.
orne in and see the
;Iad for you to feel
ding of Spalding's
re the work of mas- %
of which have the