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The Movements of Ma.ny People
Newberrians and Those Who
Mrs. R. D. Wright, State presi
dent of the Daughters of the Confed
eracv, was ~in Columbia on Tuesday
to go before the committees of the
general assembly in the interest of
the appropriation of $12,000 for the
maintenance of the Confederate
Mrs. G. G. Sale and little daughter
have gone on a visit to the former's
'sister. Mrs. S. H. McLean, of Column
bia. and M-s. W. E. Lawson. of
(harlotte. N. C.
Mrs. E. N. Auin is o a visit to
Mr. Astin's 'relatives in Greenville.
Col. George J,ihnstone is in Flor
ence on professional business.
Hon. Cole L. Blease was in Colum
bia this week on professional .busi
Sherif. M. M. Buford spent Tues
dv night in Columbia.
Mr. H. D. Whittaker spent Tues
day in Columbia.
Hon. Fred. H. Dominick has been
in Cohmbia. this week on profession
Mi.ss Anna Sligh is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. W. J. Ruff, of the Broad
river section of the county.
Mr. P. F. Baxter has returned from
a visit to his parents at Cherryville)
Mr. E. L. Bailes ,has gone to New
York to buy a stock of spring and
summer goods for the Bee Hive.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
There will be regular service at
Enoree Baptist chureh Wednesday at
eleven o'clock, preaching by Rev. C.
L. Craig. ,
Rev. G. A. Wright will pileach in
Greenwood next Sunday.
Dr. R. Z. Thomas will preach in the
First Baptist church Sunday morning
at eleven o'clock. There will be no
services in this church in the evening.
The W. C. T. U.,. of this place, are
arranging for a bazaar and May fes
tival, which they will ihold in May on
the 6th, 7th and 8th.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Lu
theran Church of the Redeemer will
meet with Mrs. Win. Johnson on
Monday afternoon at 4 o 'clock. A
full meeting is desired.
On account .of the fact that there
- was not a full meeting of city council
on Tuesday night, the election of a
city attorney and other mattbers were
Dick Davenport, colored, eharged
with assault and battery with intent
' to kill and breach of trust, gave bond
yesterday and was released from jail.
.and was almost immediately rearrest
ed on one of the other warrants wih
are out against <him for assault and
battery with intent to kill. He is the
negro who cut Magistrate Chappell,
*Special Deputy Henderson and Mr.
Sanders in Magistrate Chappell 's of
The Baehelor Maids will meet with
the Misses Martin at their home on
Main street on Monday evening at
half past four o 'clock.
Death of Mrs. E. H. Norris.
Mrs. E. H. Norris. wife of the late
Dr. N-o,rris, died Tuesday. February
16. at 7.:30 o 'clock, aged sixty-nine
years. She wvas buried in Rosemont
cemetery at half past three o 'clock
Wear.esday~ atternoon. The funeral
services wer conducted by the Rev.
J1. E. James, assisted by Dr. D. G.
Tihe following~ .icidenm survive Mrs.
Norris: Messrs. .John, WXill and( Rob
ert Norris. Mr.- Rubely Bruce, of
Palatka. Fla.. and Miss Kit t ie Nor
ris: also one step-daughter. Mrs. WV.
Dr. Norris mfovedl to Newberry in
1860, anid died in 1878. The Newber
.ry Herald oif .January 16, 187f8, cop
ied the followving notice fromn the An
"We regret 'to learn that Dr. J3. T.
Norris. a former resident of~ this
place, who 'has a number of relatives
~and a g'reat many friends in this
county, died at his residence imn New
berr-y couPity, whither he moved
about 1860, on Sunday, the :30th ulti
mo of consump)tion, wvith which he has
been a sufferer for a long time. D)r.
Norris was a pleasant and intelligent
gentlemanm, who made friends where
ever he went. The announeenienmt of
his death will carry sorrowv and re
gret to many- of our- readers."'
County School Association.
The next reular monthly meeting
of the Newberry ('ounty Se-hool asso
ciation will be held in the new court
house at Newberry on Saturday.
February 20, 1909, at 11 o 'clock.
Dr. E. B. Setzler of Newberry col
lege wi-ll discuss English grammar.
Dr. 0. B. Mayer, of Newberry., will
deliver a lecture on School Sanita
All the teachers and all the school
trustees in the county are coffially
invited and urged to attend.
THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Report of Chief Henry B. Wells, Rec
ommending Employment of Paid
Men for Department.
During tre past several weeks The
Herald and News has been calling- at
tention to tihe urgent need of a few
paid men in the fire department who
would stay on duty at headquarters
continuously. At. a meeting of the
board of fire masters on Tuesday
Chief Henry B. Wells, in his annual
report, called attention to this need,
and strongly urged thait four paid
men be added to the department.
In the insurane.e rates for Newber
ry approved by the South-Eastern
IEn1derwriters association on January
25. 1909, the following increase in
insurance rates for Newberrv is
"Fifteel cents and eighteen cents
added to brick mercantiles for defec
tive fire- department and water sup
In his report to tihe board of fire
masters Chief Wells called attention
to this increase in insurance raites, in
connection with his recommendation
that paid men be added to the depart
ment. increasing its efficiency. Chief
Wells' report to the board is, in ef
feet, a report 'to city council, inas
mu.ch as it has been endorsed by -the
board. and will be submitted to coun
eil as texpressing' the sentiments of
the board. Tihe secretar- of tihe
board, however, has written to the
Souith-Eastern Underwriters associa
tion for detailed information as to
the cause of the increase in insurance
rates in Newberry on account of "de
feetive fire detpartment -and water
supply,'' in order that an intelligent
,report, with full detailed informa
tion, may be made to council.
As Chief Wells states in his report,
the increase in insurance rates in
Newberry would more than pay for
employing paid men in the depart
ment. and it is ihlard to see wiy a pro
gressive council should hesitate. As
was stated in the last issue of The
Herald and News, a fire department
is needed before a fire-not after
IChief Wells' repont to the board of
fire masters, which is really, with the
endorsement of the board, a report -to
city council, is as follows:
"Our atten-tion has been called to
the fact t.hat tihe Soutth-Eastern Un
derwriters association has raised the
ra'te of insurance in tihe town of New
berry fifteen cents and eighteen cen-ts
per hundned dollars insured, claim
ing defective fire department.
"This makes it our duty to call
your attention to your fire depart
ment, asking you to take some steps
to strengthen same.
"'Our hose is entirely too light for
the service, as the wagon and 1,000
feet of hose will weigdh 4,300' pounds,
not counting t're men we must carryv.
If we add six men, at an average of
150 pounds each, it will make the to
t"l weight 5,200 rpounds, and as we
often .earry eight or .ten men this will
increase t,he load in .proportion. That
the horses are too light has hereto
fore been called to your attention,
and we have made personal appeals
for tiheir exchange.
"The record of your fire depart
ment has been up to tile standard.
During the past twelve months, end
ing JIanuary 1, 1909. the department
has answered ten alarms. All fires
were confined to the buildings in
which they originated, and were ex
tinguished with lit:tle damage to the
property, the greatest damage being
to tJ:ie sto)ck of J. J. lDean, March 16,
1908, when the entire Stoelk was dam
aged by water, caused by~ thought
less outsiders manning the hose be
fareyoe reulIa r fir'emnen arriv-ed on
:he scene1. This mlatter was reported
a, your honiorable body, with a re
'me'st to add four regular lpaid men to
t e dwlpart'ment. whinch weC believed
was necessary to keel) the department
up to t'he standard. Ti would have
cost between $l,500) and $2,000. Hay
ing madle a partial canvas of :the dis
trict affect:ed by the fifteen cents and
eighteen cents raise in insurance, we
fin'd that the increase will amiount to
between $2,000 and $:3.000. which i.s
mor than enough to put your fire de
partmenit within the requirement of
the insurance companies, and instep d
ot thle rates going~ up it would lower
--n conclusion. wve will say 5hat it
Iis not too lat>e vet -t) plrotcCt t'he peo
ple from this high ra:te, and we ask
you, in the iinterest of the tax-payers.
to take some action to increase tihe
efficiency of the fire department, ill
which we will lend our earnest co
Mr. Pope L. Buford has collected
887.95 for the fund for the widow
of Policeman Ston.e, of Laurens. who
was killed by a yeggman, 'the yegg
man being killed by another p)olice
man oft Laurenis. The full list of suh
sribers secuired by Mr. Buford wi1
Iwaldl ndc News.
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Oi- Tuesday evening the Woman's
Club of Newberry celebrated its
eighth anmiversary at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. W. G. Houseal. A very
attractive PrOgram was carried out,
with several musical numbers ainid
readings from Sidney Lanier. t.he
poet. A dinner in coures waS serv
ed, and the placle-cards i,are quota
tions from Lanier. The members of
the club are Mesdames S. B. Aull, A.
T. Brown, C. H. Cannon, 0. B. Can
non, Miss Elizabeth Dominiek, Mes
dames L. W. Floyd, J. H. Harms, W.
G. Hoiseal. 1 1. IIHunt. V. I. Hunt.
F. R. Hlanter. .J. P. Hmiter. .J. M.
Kibler. -J. E.. Norwod. 1). '. Soit.
31. L. Spearman, V. S. Speariman, W.
K. Sligh, R. Z. T'hiom.s, W. H. Wal
lace, E. B. Kibler, R. D. Wright, R.
H. Wright. The invited guests were
Dr. and Mrs. Gus. Werber, of Wash
ington, D. C.; Mrs. A. B. Russell, of
Autun; Miss Fannie McCaughril.
Miss Lint Jones, of Laurens; Miss
Cora Dominick, Mrs. Alice Robert
son, Messrs. S. B. Aull, A. T. Brown.
P. E. Scott, C. H. Cannon, 0. B. Can
non, L. W. Floyd, I. H. Hunt, W. H.
Hunt, F. R. Hunter, J. B. Hunter, J.
E. Norwood, 1. L. Spearman, W. K.
Sligh, W. H. Wallace, E. B. Wilbur,
R. D. Wright, R. H. Wright, Z. F.
Wright, Dr. J. Al. Kibler, Dr. W. G.
.Houseal, Dr. R. Z. Thomas, Dr. A. J.
Bowers, Prof. C. H. Kieklighter,
Prof. Gilbent Voigt, Mr. W. S. Spear
On last Friday afternoon Mrs. 0.
MeR. Holmes entertained at bridge
in honor of Mrs. Everard Blackshear,
of High Springs, Fla. The following
guests enjoyed the afternoon with
Mrs. Holmes and Mrs. Blackshear:
Mesdames L. W. Jones, M. L. Spear
man, J. T. Mayes, W. H. Carwile,
John K. Au-ll, P. E. Scott. C. D.
Weeks, W. C. Sehenek, A. T. Brown.
J. L. Bowles, W. C. Rheney, J. F. J.
Caldwell, J. E. Norwood, Misses Cora
and Elizabeth Dominick and Linp
Jones, of Lairens.
I* * *
Again on Saturday afternoon Mrs.
Blackshear was the charming gu-est
of 'honor at an enjoyable euchre par
ty, given by Mrs. W. H. Carwile.
Three itables were placed for six hand
euchre, the players entering into the
game with much enthusiasm. On
counting th-e score Miss Elizabeth
Dominiek was found to be the lucky
winner of the first prize, a dainty
ihand-painted piece of china. The
honor guest was presented with a
pretty cut glass violet stand, as a
souvenir of the occasion. The score
cards were red heart-sharped valen
tines with the picture of Cupid on
them, in anticipation of Valentine's
day. After cards were laid aside a
deicous ice course was served, and
the eake was dainty heart-shaped. to
carv out the Valentine idea. The fol
lowing guests were present: Mes
dame 0. M1cR. Holmes, S. B. Auil, A.
B. Russell, of Autun, John K. Aull,
T. G. Ellesor, M. L. Spearman, S.
B. Jones, W. C. Schenek, I. H. Hunt,
P. E. Scott, A. T. Brown, J. L. Bow
les, L. W. Jones, Misses Cora and
Elizabeth Dominick and Linp Jones,
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edward Fulenwvider, Pastor.)
There will be the regular services
at -the Lutheran Church of the Re
deeer on Sunday. At 11 a. mn. tihe
pastor will preach on the text, "Jes
u.s of Nazar'eth Passeth By,'' Luke'
1 :37. At. 7 :30 t here will be a spe
eatl .service. Thne sermion wi'll consist
of lessons drawn from tV lif. of
Ha~nnah, 1 Sam. 1, and will be direct
ed especially to the ~Vfwme. Ifan
;ne must stay at home Sunday night
let it b)e tihe fathers-the mothers are
especially requleste?d to be~ preCsent.
As usual the singing~ at this service
will lbe led by the youngn men of tihe
elege?. Tphere will lbe good musie at
The' pastor reqnues.:s the memnbers
of tIe elass in the eatseehism. and all
who wish to join the church to meet
h at the church on Sunday after
nooi a.t :3.15. Sunday scihool meets
A cordial invitation to all services
is extended tihe public.
Missionary Society Anniversa.ry.
TU2 anniv~ers5ary of the orgamiza
tion of the Young Ladies Missionary
Society of tine Church of the Redeem
er will he .eelebrated at tahe home of
M's. William Johnson. on Monday
fternoon, February 22nd, at 4
Members of' tihe Woman's Mission
r society and other ladies of the
hurh are cordially invited to at tend.
A .ilver offeringt w~ill be taken.
FOUND-On tine street in Ne?wberr'y
a vouni man, drawing a hands me
.lary who completed Cecil'Bui
ness Course eighmt y'ears ago. Are
CABLE PIANO EXHIBIT.
Concerts Will Be Conducted By Mrs.
Roy Z. Thomas-Interesting
Interest in the Cable exhibit run
erits cinltius Inabated . an(d eachl
day I)b11igs .soR e pleasant surplise i
the lover.- of music in NewberrY and
The fact that Mrs. Roy Z. Thomas
will per,;onally condnt tliese unique
musical recitals iS uproof Of tLe high
elass of entertainment which the Cab
le people are going to give the peo
ple of this section. Mrs. Thomas,
wi.th her eharaiteristie energy. has
secured t.he suipport of imisical talent
:1 theI h:1 ty 01 c )-op r1ationl of, the
hldies ,)I* tiw ty anid patrons o)f art.
\lrs. J. W\. Haltiwanger. Mrs. A. T.
PwnI. Aliss Carrie Pool, Mr.. S. B3.
.Jles. Mrs. Alice Robertson. Mrs. J.
A. Burton. Miss Ethel Boozer. Miss
Jeanne Pelhaw. Miss Grace Clark,
Miss Carolyn Cromer, Mirs. J. M.
Kibler. Miss Hattie Leavell, Mr.
James Burton. Prof. Moran. Prof.
Roy Z. Thomas, and a score of oth
ers are assisting Mrs. Thomas in per
feetinog anrrangements for making
these coeerts the most enjoyable
events of the kind ever held in this
part of the State.
Musie of the ibighest order will be
furnished by practically all of the
leading artists of the city.
The Kingsberry Inner Player will
also play an important part in these
recitals. No doubt our people will be
surprised and delighted with this
wonderful instrument tha;t plays with
exquisite expression and musical pre
cision many thousands of seleetions
of all kinds of music and seems to al
n:ost have a soul, so perfect is its de
licafe shading and so great is its pow
er and .expression.
The enterprise of the Cable people
in providing tthese concerts and exhi
bi;ting such a large quantity of musi
cal instruments for selection is great
ly to he commended, and it is certain
Messrs. Wallaee and Kennerty will
be rewarded with the fullest measure
of success. They will give price re
ductions and offer the easiest possi
ble terms to buyers of their instru
ments during the exhibit and sale.
They are both genial and courteous
gentlemen and have made many
friends for themselves and their fac
tories and deserve to succeed in their
Mr. J. V. Wallace, president of tahe
Souith C'arolina branch of the Cable
Piano company, with State headquar
ters at Charleston, where he has
built a -magnifieent building for the
conduct of the Cable business in
South Carolina, is a well known and
prominent b)usiness men of this, his
Daites for op)ening and concerts will
be announced in a few day-s.
This ex'hib)it will be conducted at
120)4 Main street, in tihe building for
merly occupised by Watts' Racket
Death of Mr. 3. 0. Meredith.
T..e many friends of Mr. James
Osgood Meredith in th.is city were
grieved to learn of his deat-h, which
occrred in Laur'ens on Wednesday
evening, at 8 o'clock, at the home of
his daughter, Mrs. Paggen.
Mr. Meridith was about seventy
three years of age. He was in fail
ing health for quite a while, but had
only beeni seriously ill for about a
week. He lear-es four living child
ren. ~The funeral took place in this
city at Rosemont ceretery at four
o'cloek y esterday aft ernoon,. tile fun
ral services beig conductedl at the
For miany years Mr. Meredith lived
i i elene and was prominent in rail
it d-es, being at one time sup
erintendent of the division which is
njw known as the Columbia and
CENTRAL METHODIST CHURCH.
Rev. J. W. Wolling, D. D., Pastor.
Th le regujlar Suinday mnornling ser
ces will be directed by the pastor.
1 *J ~.hj-ti o the 5diamoi wil be,
-Whben will Christ prevail ?" At
:is service a special offering w'ill be
made for tihe benevolent colections.
A generous response is requested.
The Sundaiy school meets at 3.30
ad the songs and class exercises are
interesting. Al! uire invited to at
At thie night service Dr. Wolling
wvil discuss the "Authority and In
spiratiod of the IIoly Seripture s."
The choir will lead the song service.
using familiar hymns.
LOST-A giood position was lost on1
account of poor penmanship. How.
-i:hw your handwriting'? Cecil's
Business School is open day and
no . t.
All persons are hereby warned not
to trespa.ss on the lands of the under
siged by 'hunting, fishing, or any
Mrs. Minnie Caldwell.
THE NEWBERRY COURTS.
Bar Desires Civil Court For Jury
Cases in May and Civil Court
A. a ItciiiL if tie Newlherrv Bar
asso)cIalI()n. hleld yeteda . 1o. E.
H-. Aull was r-equested t go to o
1mnhia 1 1) "SeC it it \a;s mSSb11)lt to
have passed by the legislature a bill
which would give Newberry a civil
jury court in May and a term of civil
court in 1)eeember. Newberrv now
has a term of c(nmon pleas court iii
May. 4ut under the statute as it now
stais jtury cas,,s can ot be tried at
this )r ft court. Ii is to remedy
this defert in the statute. so as to give
Newberry a I V f,U 1)f civil court inI
May at whIi e.l jury CaseS call h tried.
aI1 also to give anl additional tenr of
civil eou-t ill D)eCeIber., that Col Aull
was reqiuesited to go to Columbia yes
It is n,ow late in the session. and it
would be impi)ssiblIe to get a new bill
through1. Mr. Aull. howevier, tele
phioned Senator Sinkler yesterday af
ternoon asking -him to hold up his
court bill affecting several circuits
in which tihis is included, until Mr.
Aull could get to Columbia, Mr. Aull
proposing to effect the change desir
ed by the Newberry bar as an amend
ment to Senator Sinkler's bill. 'Sen
ator Sinkler's bill relates only to the
drawing of juries in Oharleston, but
as it amends the Act whieh provides
for the holding of courts in !this cir
cuit. the change desired by the New
berry bar can be put in as an amend
ment. Senator Sinkler's bill is now
on tihird reading in the senate, and
he told Mr. Aull that he would hold
it up until Mr. Aull got to Columbia.
It may be possible in this way to
have the legislature at this session
give Newberry the courts desired by
Following are the resolutions pass
ed by the Newberry Bar association
Resolved, That Col. E. H. Aull be
requested to go to Columbia and on
behalf of the Newberry Bar associa
tion arrange to have jury trials at
tile May term of the court of common
pleas for Newberry county.
Resolved, That Mr. E. H. Aull be
authorized by the Newberry bar to
endeavor to have passed by the pres
ent legislature such an amendment as
to the time of holding court of com
mon pleas for Newberry county as
will provide for holding such a term
of count on the Tuesday after first
Mondar in December.
We hereby certify that the forego
ing are true and correct copies of re
solutions this day passed by the New
berry Bar association.
.J. F. J. Caldwell.
H. C. Holloway, Chiair-man.
Newberry, S. C., February 18, 1909.
Following is the amendment which
Mr. Aull has drafted and wvhich he
will ask the .legislature to pass as an
amendment to Senator Sinkler's bill:
Section -. That the -respective
courts of the Eighth, judicial circui:t
shall be held as follo(vs: The court of
general sessions at Abbeville, for the
County of Abbeville, on the fourth
Monday in February; tihe court of
general sessions for tihe County of
Greenwood. at Greenwood, on the
first Monday after the fourth Mon~
day in February: the court of gener
al sessions, for the County of Laur
ens, at Laurens, on the second Mon
day in March : the court of g'eneral
sessions for~ thle County of Newberry.
at Newberry, onl the third Monday in
Marh : the court of common pleas
for Abbeville county, at Abbeville, 0on
the~ fouriith! Monday in~ March, to last
for two weeks, if so much he neces
.-:the court of common pleas for
(Green wo od county, a1t Gireenwvood, on
theiQ :eCondh Minday in' A~prl, to last
f~r two wveeks. if so) mUuch be neces
- r: 1-e (Onurt oif commifon pl1eas fo
th County of Laurens, at Laurens.
on :the fourth Monday.\ in April. to
last for two wveeks. if so muich b)e nec
essary: tihe court of commou pleas
for tlie County' of Newberry, at New
berry. on the second Monday in May;
the court of general sessions for Ab
)eville County., at Abbeville, on the
first Monday in !June : the court of
general sessions for. the County of
Newerry, at Newberry, on the sec
ond( Monldaly in June: the court of
eleal sessions for Laurens County,
t Laurens, on the thlird Monday in
Tune: the court of general sessions
or the County of Greenwvood, at
G:?enwood, on the fourth Monday in
.Jue: thle court of .common pleas for
the County of Laurens. at Laurens.
on the third Monday in July. to conl
tine1 for three weeks, if so much be
necessary: the court of general ses
.ions for- Abbeville County. at Abbe
vile on tihe first Monday. in Septem
h ': t.he (cuirt of como plilOllleas for
Newberry (County, at Newberry, on
the ,econld Monilday inl Sep)tember : the
ciurt o,f general sessionls for Laurens
Mondayv in Septembewr: the court of
co:l n pileas for Greenwooud County,
at. Greenwood on tile first Monday
after the fourth Monday in Septem
ber: the cOIrIt of common pleas for
Abbeville CountV. at Abbeville. on the
second Monday in October: -the court
of geieral ;ssions for Greenwood
Couity. at Greenwood. on the fourth
Moday i Oetober: 'ile court of com
mllon1 pleas for Laureiis Couity, at
LaImeYNs. on the firSt N honda' in No
veliber: 1he u4rt1 4f _eineral esions
for Newberry County, at Newberry,
ol tle third Monday in November:
$,te court of common plea for New
berry Counity, at Ne.wberry, on Tues
dlay followiig the first Monday in
December. No civil business requir
ing a jury hall be held at the sum
imer term of the court of common
pl)eas. in the eouities of Abbeville
ad141 Greeiwod: but ti? court of com
nol )leas shall be openi at all terms
of the courts of geeneral sessions, in
the 8th eireuit, for the purpose of
rendering judgments by default. and
for tihe trial of such equity cases as
may be ready for hearing, and for
granting orders of reference and oth
er orders in civil cases.
Section -. That all Acts and parts
of Acts inconsistent with this Act be,
and the same are hereby, repealed.
Seotion -. That this Act shall go
into effect immediately upo its ap
proval by the goviernor.
Reported by 0. McR. Holmes.
Good Middling ..........9 1-2
Strict Middling ..........9 3-8
Middling .............. 9 1-4
(Corrected by Nat Gist.)
Good Middling.. ........9 3-8
Strict Middling ..........9 1-4
Middling ................9 1-8
I CENT A WORD.
No advertisement taken for
less than 25 cents.
WANTED-Young men who are in
iterested in a Business Course to
call and investigate our pro-position.
Enroll by March the 1st in order to.
get full benefit. Day or night ses
sions. Cecil's Business School, New
berry, S. C.
BE YOUE OWN BOSS-Make $4
daily a-t -home silvering mir'rors.
Anyone can do the :work in spare
time. Booklet and sample free. G.
F. Redmiond, Dept. 238, Boston,
FOUND-Gold stiek pin. Owner can
have by paying for advertisement.
Apply room 18 Newvberry college.
HIDES WANTED-J. C. Sample, old
dispensary stand. tf1
WANTED-Our friends and all the
people of Newberry to know we al
ways give good Laundry work, and
are in the business "to stay."
Agency at The Herald and News
office. Basket goes Wednesday and
2-1~;3t. Broaddus & Ruff.
Dr. F. D. Mower.
Dr. W. E. Pelha.m, Jr.
Omele Hours: 8:30 to 9:30.
12:00 to 1:00.
7:00 to 8:00.
Mieroscopie examination made of
faetes. urine, suptum, blood. etc.
Omeie next to National Bank. Office
FOR SALE-One yoke well-broken
Oxen : good second-hand one-horse
waon: 20.000 good bricks-at my
2-19-tf T. C. Pool.
TR NICE pork ebhops and steaks
J. C. Sample. old dispensary stand.
'PHONE 261 FOR FISH AND)
CGET YOUR GLASSES from Dr. G.
W. Connor. a graduate of the larg
est optical college in the world-the
Northern Illinois College of Chiea
go. Dr. Connor is located per-n
ently in Newberry, gives both the
objective and subjective tests by
Ielectricity and guarantee< his work.
Omee over Copeland Brothers..
"ROARING FOX," the blue-ribbon
Jersey Bull formerly owned by
John Scott. can be found for ser
Vice at the same p)lace as hereto
fre. Part ies desiring to improve
their fuituiire mnilehers are solicited.
A. B. Cromer, Owner.