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P iRELY PERSONAL.
Novements 1)f 3any People, New
berriaus and Those Who Visit
Mr. Tom Jackson is in the city.
Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Kennedy, 01
Rock Hill. are in Newberry.
Mr. W. B. Wise, of Prosperity, vis
ited at Leesville Friday last.
Rev. Mr. Carson and Mr. C. J. Ram
age were from Saluda hearing Bryan
Rev. W. H. Hiller, of Columbia, wa.
a Bryan listener Wednesday.
Mrs. G. C. Williams, of Greenwood
Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Parks
Mrs. Mattie Journell has changed tc
Mr. J. A. Blackwelder is taking in
the water of Glenn Springs.
Mr. Clarence Matthews returned
last week from Ninety Six.
Messrs. I. D. and J. D. Shockley, of
Columbia, came up during the week.
Mr. H. G. Meyer, of Whitmire, is
here for the occasion.
Mr. Thomas M. Hunter, of Augusta
visited his brother, Mr. J. B. Hunter.
Miss Mary Lester, of Saluda, is
visiting Miss Myrtle Dennis.
Mr. Daniel Epps, of Union, is a
Hon. George Johnstone, of Newber
TY, spent yesterday in the city on busi
ne,:. -Greenville Piedmont, 22nd.
Mrs. Alice Porter, of Newberry, is
visiting her neice, Mrs. Sam Black
well.-Marion Star, 21st.
Mr. George Anderson went to New
berry this morning on business.
Greenwood Journal, 21st.
Mr. Thos. H. Anderson, of Green
ville, is visiting his cousin, Mr. Rob
Mr. J. B. O'Neall Holloway is ful
filling a two weeks' engagement among
the farmers of Kershaw count.
Prof. E. B. Setzler has gone to Rock
Hill to attend the sumn;er school, in
which he will take a leading part.
-Mr. 'Ed. Wideman, former book
keeper at the late Carolina Manufac
turing company, is in the city.
Mr....Oscar E. Padgett, of Johnsto.
ence a clerk for the late Edw. R.
Hifpp, is among the numuber of visitors.
Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Duckett have re
turned from visiting relatives in New
be.rry.-Andersonl Intelligencer, 20th.
Capt. Silas J. McCaughrin, of Bir
moingham, is among the number of
'home-coming week" visitors.
Mrs. Geo. D. Long, of Live Oak.,
Fla., is on a visit to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Hill.'
TMrs. W. A. Sherad, of Iva, is visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
:Mr. Gibson, of Bishopville, brother
of the late A. J. Gibson, is visiting his
Miss Carrie Parks, of Augusta, is
spending Chautauqua week with her
cousin, Miss Fannie Parks.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Timmerman, and
Mr. J. L. Aull, of Dyson, were among
tt a Chautauqua visitors.
'* Master Frank Moseley, of Green
'w.ood, is taking in Newberry this week~
WinC his cousin, Thomas Parks, Jr.
Mr. J. R. Macdonald, of Beaufort,
passe:1 trough Newberry Wednesday
:in his auto on the way to Henderson
*Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Riser leave to
*.ay for Newberry to be at the bedside
of Mr. Riser's father, who is very
;sick.--Pageland News and 'Scout, 20th.
Miss Irma Duckett, of Greenwood,
is the guest of her cousin, Miss Mamie
Parks. Misis Duckett is one of Winth
rop's recent graduates.
DWs. E. N. Kibler and E. E. Stuck
visited the State Dental association
duiring I'.s session, in Columbia this
Mr.. W. S. Cook, of the W. S. Cook
Mercantile company, came up from
Charleston this week to visit in New
Mfr. James F. Epting was elected a
district secretary at the Epworth
leaguie State meeting in Florence last
Mr. B. C. Matthews and family, of
Newberry,; were in to - n for the Mat
thews-Hodge~s wedding Wednesday.
T eesville News, 21st.
Messns. L. W. Floyd and J. H. Wick
er 'will attend the State Cotton Seed
Crushers' association Tuesday in Co
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Coleman, Mr
and Mrs. A. L. Coleman and Messrs
J. R. and Geo. W. Coleman, of Saluda
were among the visitors to hear Bryan
Mrs. Martsha Henry and her son
?rof. H. M. Henry. of Vanderbilt uni
versity, are among the vistors for
home-coming and Chautauqua.
Misses Eugenia and Edith Hogg, of
Newberry, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. N. D. Gruber.-Greenwood Jour
Miss Mamie Crooks, of Newberry,
spent last week in Walhalla visiting
her sister, Mrs. A. P. Crisp.-Keowee
Miss Margaret Wertz, of Newberry,
is visiting Miss Annie McCain for sev
eral days.-Campobello cor. Spartan-!
burg Herald, 2Gth.
Mr. E. A Calisle is in the city after
attending the convention of the Fun
eral Directors and Undertakers' asso
ciation in Anderson this week.
Miss Varina Huff is home after a
very pleasarit stay in Newberry.
INinety Six cor. Greenwood Index,
Mr. Frank Davis, who was ill from
being overcome by the heat at Hob
son's lecture, has recovered and is at
his post at the National bank.
Mrs. J. W. Spearman and mother,
Mrs. D. A. Hitt are spending some
time in Newberry.-Greenwood Jour
Mr. and' Mrs. Andrew Dominick, of
Proseprity, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Stockman.-Greenwoodf
L. W. Blalock of Goldville, S. C., is
in the city today returning to his home
from Blowing Rock, N. C., where he
spent several days.-Spartanburg
Mr. Samuel Whitmire, of Greenville,
"came back." It has been 27 years
since he was in Newberry. The Chau
tauqua brought -him. He is struck
with the wonderful improvemients.
Mr. Carr E. Vance and daughter,
Miss Hortense, of Minneola, Texas,
are visiting relativels here. He is a
brother of the late Cage Vance, who
lived in Newberry many years ago.
Messrs. W. J. Swittenberg and Jno.
IA. Peterson are the delegates to the
Firemen's State convention in Colum
bia June 26-29. Chief H. B. Wells and
Assistant Chief J. W. Earhardt are
Mr. Z. E. Collins, a contractor who i
*has~ a job at Newberry, was called
home Thursday on account of his wife
being very sick with fever, but she is1
some better at this writing.-Lock
hardt cor. Union Progress, 20th.
Mr. I. M. Smith, of Kinard, left this
week, with the Rev. Messrs. E. C.
Watson and B. P. Mitchell for Phila
delphia, to attend the world's Baptist
alliance, after which they will make
an extended tour of the Northeast. i
Mrs. 0. McR. Holmes and Nicholas
leave Friday for Atlanta on an ex- I
tenid-d absernce fr<>m. Newberr'y. Owen<
will join them in Atlanta after comn
mencement, Sunday at the Episcopal e
school at Alexandria, Va.
Prof. Edwin B. Setzler, of Newberry
college, the author of a recent text
book on English syntax which has
been received most favorably by ed
ucators, was in the City yesterday.--I
The State, 21st.
Miss Sallie Whitworth, of Bookman,
and Mr. G. C. Stigall, of Keysville, Va.,
were guests of Misses Ida and Sarah
~Fellers this week.
Miss Mary Wright leaves today for
Charlottsville, Va., to attend the sum
IR. Y. and R. E. Leavell attended the
Undertaker's and Embalmer's associa- (
tion at Anderson Tuesday and Wed
nesday. Mr. J. H. Baxter could not
attend owing to press of business as
secretary of the. Newberry Chautau
Mrs. Ernest Allen Mulligan, of Co
lumbia, is the Chautauqua guest of
Mrs. M. A. Evans and is enjoying the]
fes-tivies of this occasion greatly, f
thinks Newberry a charming place to '4
visit at any time and her citizens ex
quisitely attentive to strangers within <
L. Coppock Speers, of the New York:
Times, was a visitor to Columbia yes
terday on his way to his old home,
Newberry, for a short stay. Mr.
Speers has just returned from Mexico,'
where he served as war correspondent
for the Times during the troubles on
the frontier.-The State, 20th.
Mrs. A. C. Jones and Miss Louise4
Jones left yesterday for Henderson
ille to spend some time before going~
to their new home in Spartanburg.
Mr. Jones and A. C:, Jr., will cofitinue
traveling for their respective business
houses, giving Newberry their accus-:
Itomed calls, which will serve to flash
sunshine upon 'the shadow of depar-,
Er. R. Y. Leavell was elected presi
dent of the South Carolina Funeral
'1Directors and Embalmers' association
at Greenwood Wednesday afternoon.
He was also elected as one of the twoL
I delegates to the national convention
it Atlantic City, N. J., in September.
Sewberry continues to furnish presi
lents for the various State organiza
J. Lawson Long and Mrs. Long of1
Dallas, Tex., are stopping at the Colo
ia. Mr. Long is a South Carolinian.
i native of Newberry county, who has I
ichieved success in educational work
n the Lone Star State, being promot
d from teacher to superintendent of
chools in the largest cities, and is i
-ow connected with a large publish
ng house in Dallas.-The State, 21st.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The:-e are some beautiful corner
tones and monuments at Leavell's
There will be regular services at the
utheran Church of the Redeemer on e
5unday .aorning at 11.15, and union1
;ervices in this church at 8.30 p. m. c
There -.ill be Sunday school at 10.30
Lmd the regular services at 11.30 at
fhe First Baptist church on Sunday'
Mr. J. C. Wilson is managing the t]
,rotwell hotel for Mr. S. P. Crotwell. C
rhe Crotwell may yet become as fa
nous as the "house that Jack built."
Lightning killed Mr. M. B. -Chalmers' p
Lorse Tuesday on Mayor J. J. Lang- T
ord's Jalapa place, and knocked off r
me end of the barn. t
Mr. T. N. Parks has at his store a
ed Rock tomato plant 6 1-2 feet in g
teight, of his raising. The vines had,
everal blooms but they fell off.
Mr. L. C. Pitts has joined the SO- a
ety of barbecue givers and will have e
'cuei at the Spearman place at Sil- c,
rerstreet on the 30th instant. ' s
The many friends of C. E. Powell u
ill be glad to learn that he is. im- l
)roving and will soon be able to re- P
urn to his home in Newberry, from a
he Good Snaritan hospital at Spar
anburg, where he went four weeks
Lgo for treatment. i
One of the homing pigeons liberated
>y Capt. W. S. Lam:gford Saturday
norning was caught Tuesday morning
y Mr. G. Y. Dickert of Mollohon. The
igeonl was seen at Mr. Dickert's on
sunday wh?en it disappeared, return-d
ng l'ater. Mr. Djckert set a trap for 1
t. The pigeon is 21,856, U. S.
After the announcement of cotton
iloons had been made in Tuesdaysg
-erald and News, Mr. J. D. H. Kibler, t
f Pomaria, sent a bloom to the office.
['he "bloming ,bsns"isnwo.
ater-Wednesday morning a bloom K
~ame in. from J. H. Turner, of Jalapa,
.nd one fromt B. S. George, Slighs.
Mr. C. W. Riser lhas been elected jc
nd accepted the position of principal t
f the Anderson high school. He is~
rom Newberry.-Anderson Intelligen-'
er, 20th. "He is from Newberry.''"1
[hat means lots but it will be all the
tronger when you tell your people 1
hat as Mr. Riser is a graduate of
fewberry college with seven years ofa
~xperience as a teacher, four of which
ie was principal of the preparatory r
epartment of the college. c;
Our young friend, Mr. Sidney Tur- c0
er, was married on the 14th inst. to
Iiss Davenport of Newberry. The d
>ride is held in high esteem by her
nany friends and is an accomplished
tnd popular young lady. The groom-i
s a rising young farmer with good d
aste in the selection of a bride. We!
vish them both much happiness ina
ife and welcome Mrs. Turner to
reenwood county.-Ninety Six cor.
ireenwood Journal, 20th. c
THE MIOTION REFUSED..
ndge Gary Refuses New Trial for
Sam Boozer-Appeal to tihe Sn
Judge Ernest Gary at Laurens late a
donday afternoon refused a motion d
or new -trial for Sam Boozer, convict- t(
d of murder in the killing ofiMr.
tames S. Gilliam, -Mr. John C. Hipp's f
iverseer, at Old Town, on the after
toon of March 3 of this year. Boozer, s)
vwho is now in the penitentiary for r
afe-keeping, is under sentence to be:c
anged on Friday, August 18. i
'The moction~ for new trial was made
SMr. G. G. Sale, who represents c
oozer. Mr. Sale gays n-otice of in- r
ention to appeal 'to the supreme coutrt. .
Should the appeal to the supreme t<
ourt be perfected this will, of course, Ia
itay the execution of Boozer until the t
lecision in the case by that tribunal.
Wild West Pictures. c
Manager Lavender has four Wild
West shows which will be put on at: e
1is moving picture show in the old;
ourt house Thursday night, Friday,;
aturday and next Mon-day. The reelst
re first-class, and the pictures will
e- fine. These scenes are made at1 t
xnsiderable cost, but Manager Lav en
ler goes for the best, and intends to~
keep his motion picture show up to
:he high standard which he has set for
SEEMS NOW ASSURED
NCOURAGING SUPPORT BY THE
PEOPLE OF NEWBERRY.
ntertainments Have Been Excellent,
3raking a Thoroughly Enjoyable
All the Chautauqua entertainments
nd the home-coming features of
ewberry's gala week have been de
ghtful and bat-e b-ei thoroughly en
>yed by the people of Newberry and
y the visitor4 in their midst.
Hobson and Bryan of themselves
(ould have made the week a big suc
ess, and well worth the time and the
ffort and the money which put the
iovement for the week under way and
arried it forward. But there have
een many other and varied features,
nd all of them have been of a high
rder of excellence.
In his address in Newberry on Wed
esday morning, reported -elswhere in
lis issue of The Herald and News,
ol. Bryan expressed the hope that
ie support given the Chautauqua
ould give it a place as a permanent
art of Netwberry's yearly program.
le support which its promoters havel
aceived from the people of Newberry
1is week would seem to ensure thatl
ol. Bryan's hope will be realized. The
uarantors did not start the Chautau
ua .movement for Newberry with the
lea or the hope of personal gain.
'he origin of the association was in
a unselfish public spirit, and their
xpectation was that the public would
-operate in making the Ohautauqua
alf-sustaining. It was the biggest
ndertaking for the pleasure and en
)yment of Newberry's people and her
eople's friends ever made here,
ad the support which it has received
Already arrangements are under
ay for next year's program, and the
ermanence of Chautauq-ua week for
ewberry seems to be assired.
On Monday evening following ,Capt.
[obson's magnificent address in the
irning, Prof. (harles M. Newcomb
elighted his audience with an excel
mt entertainment, "An. Unique Uni
On Tuesday naorning there was a
rand concert, vocal and instrumen
i by the DeKoven Male Quartet and
lkahst orchestra, wich appealed
ot only to those 'having a technlical
nowledge of music, but to all music
On Tuesdayi afternoon,,.in Johnstone
treet, the firemen gave a parade and
3ntest. Newberry has as fine volun
~er department-. as can be found any
here. The firemen are now in fine
'im M g rMult of their practice for
1e approaching tournament in Co
imbia, and they showAl up to excel
mt advantage on Tuesday afternoon.I
On Tuesday night Miss Bargelt gave
most delightful estertainment. She
,a reader of .great ability, and her:
radngs were accompanied by rapid;
artoons of a very high order of ex
On~ Wednesday morning Col. Bryan
elivered his superb lecture, 'The
rince of Peace," prefaced by an ad
ress of 30 minutes on the national'
isues of the day. Col. Bryan's ad
ress is reported elsewhere.
On Wednesday afternoon there was.
very enjoyable home-coming recep
on in the court house, which was
trgely attended. The address of wel-;
ame was made by Dr. Geo. B. Cromer,
nd there were appropriate responses,
ihappy and re'miniscent vein, by two
yrmer Newberrians, Dr. Robert H.
and, of Augusta, and Dr. D. D. Wal
ce, of Wofford college, Spartanburg.
At the college park on Wednesday.
Eternoon in a game of ball Newberry
efeated Mollohon by the score of 10
Tom Corwine, polyphonic imitator
in maker, gave a fine entertainment
a Wednesday night. Mr. Corwine
arang somewhat of a sensation in his
amarks in regard -to the Newberry'
unty jail. He said whenever he vis
ed a town he went to such places as
tils to carry all the sunshine he
uld, and, saying that he meant no
flection on the sheriff in the matter,
e paid his respects, with gloves off,
> Newberry county for not providing
better place of safe-keeping for
lose held under criminal charges.
On Thursday morning C. A. Foote
.armed his audi'ence with readin'gs.
An automobile parade was schedul
d to take place at 5 o'clock on Thurs
ay afternoon, 'and Gilbert A. Eldredge
ras on the program for .impersona-,
ons on Thursday night.I
The program for the remainder of
ae week appears in another column.:
The Rev. Louis Bristow, -of Abbe-.
ile, who preached the annual ser
ion on Sunday night, and who has
een acting as staje manager, has
een eculirly hn i his in,trodue..
tions and in his management general
The DeKoven Male Quartet and the
Alkahest orchestra have been furnish
ing fine music for all the various en
Merchants' Parade at Five O'clock Fri
day Afternoon Promises to be
The trades' display by the mer
chants of Newberry at 5 o'clock on
Friday afternoon promises to be one
of the most attractive features of
Chautauqua and home-coming week.
The route bas already been published
In The Herald and News. The mer
chants are co-operating in the effort
to present a display that will be a
lasting credit to the city of Newberry.
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The Drayton Rutherford chapter, U.
D. C., held an enteresting meeting
Wednesday morning in ) the library
rooms. After the meeting a number of
ladies carried away with them one of
the new books that have been recent
ly added to the library.
Dr. and Mrs. Dunn entertained a doz
en couples this week in honor of their
nephew, Levi Duckett. The house was
decorated wdth ivy and clematis. Ice
cream and mints were -served, and
the evening proved very enjoyable.
Those present were: Genia Wheeler,
Mary Dunn, Eva Kibler, Pauline Fant,
Edward Hipp, Drayton Barksdale,
Rosalie Summer, Pope Scurry, Ruth
McCrackin, Sarah Fant, Edgar Fant,
Heyward Ewaxt, Cornelia Mayer,
Robert Pool, Frank Williamson, An
nie Kibler, Lizzie McCrackin and Ned
A delightful entertainment was giv
en by the Wednesday Afternoon. club
a the home of the Misses Davidson in
honor.of Miss Lois goggans. Delight
ful refreshments weme served and the
honor guest was shiowered with gifts
by her friends.
Miss Eva Goggai will entertain
Miss Lois Goggans Friday afternoon
with a linen shower.
Miss Lillian Hill will also be "show
ered" this week. Quite a delightful
affair will be given in her honor by
her friend, Mrs. Boyd Jacobs.
T. B. O'Neall Holloway in Greenwood.
Greenwood Index, 22nd.
An enthusiastic gathering ,of far
mers was held in the court house on
last Friday. for the purpose of reor
ganizing the County .Farmers' union.
Deputy Organizer Holloway was pres
ent and made a spirited a.ddress ex
plaiing 'the purposes and principles
of the unlion. 'He was forceful in urg
ing the betterment of the rural schools
as one of the legitimate aims of the
union. He further declared the union
is a business organization and just in
proportion as we take advantage of
the benefits which the 'union in its
co-operative work give will the or
ganization fulfill its true mission.
Leesville News, 21st.
One of the most beautiful marriages
ever seen in Leesville was solemniz
ed 'here Wednesday evening at 8.30
o'clock in the Baptist church. The
contracting parties were Rev. J. L.
Hodges and Miss Leila Inez Matthews,
the matter should be presented to
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Matthews.
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
Rufus Ford, D. D., of Marion. Lohen
grin's wedding march was artistically
played by Prof. Tillmnan A. Shealy. The
ushers were: J. Henry Bodie, Prof.
Clint Riser, Seth Crosson, and Dr.
Furman Able. The dame of honor
was Mrs. B. -N. Bodie, sister of th'e
bride. The brides-maids were Misses
Gladys Able, Georgia Fulmer, Eppie
Burton and Elizabeth Byrd. Little
Misses Floride Hendrix, Pauline As
bill, Margaret Matthews and Annie
Laurie Etheredge. B. C. Matthews,
of Newberry, brother of the bride, gave
her away, and Munnlyn Hodges, bro
ther of the groom, acted as best man.
Master A. M. Simms, nephew of the
bride, acted as page.
The brides-maids were dressed in
white, peasant style, and carried car
nations and ferns. The bride was
dressed in white satin, corsage bank
ed in real trimmings, with tulle veil
covering. She wore white satin shoes,
and gloves to mach anid carried a
shower bouquet of bride's roses and
lilies of the valley.
A reception was given at the ele
gant home of Mrs. B. N. Bodie, sister
of the bride.
The popular and happy couple will
be at home to t'heir friends at Kel
ton, S. C., after June 30, where the
goam is pastor of the Bantist church.
THE WINDIN.-UP CO.)DUSSION.
Mr. Edgar X. Thompson Chosen See
retary at Meeting In Newberry
Tho dispensary winding-up commis
slon, in session in iNewberry on Wed
nesday, elected Edgar M. Thompson,
of Columbia, secretary to succeed B.
Frank Kelley, who recently resigned.
and whose place on the commission
was filled by the appointment of Mr.
Thompson. Messrs. Thos. F. Brant
ley, of Orangeburg; Edgar M. Thomp
son, of Columbia, and Fred H. Dom
inick. of Newberry, were present at
the meeting. Mr. Brantley acted
chairman in the absence of the cha
The commission discussed the si
uation generally with Mr. Thompso
the new member, putting him in
session of what the commission ha
tione and what it had outlined.
Attorney C. C. Wyche, of Spartan
burg, appeared in the interest of th
Scurggs claim. The commission ad
journed to meet in Columbia on ne
Tuesday afternon at 1 o'clock, unI
sooner called together by any exigen
cies which might arise.
At the Columbia meeting the repoi
of Mr. E. B. Wiltson, expert accoun
ant, who has been engaged in exammin.
ing the vouchers of the old com
sion, will be received. It is u
stood that Mr. Wilson has compt
bis work and will report at that
At that time, also, the return and
tified copy of the Mi7ites in
Carolina Glass company's case reqUi
ed by the supreme court under phb
-recent proceedings in that tribnal,
will be prepared. It is expected'that
this meeting of the commission will
last several days.
A little son of Mr. Will R. Reid, of
Chappells, sustained a fractured arm
by falling from a fence on Wednesda
morning at Mr. W. A. McSwain's. The
accident occurred just before Bryan's
lecture. Dr. W. G. Houseal treated
the injury, which was a fracture of the
right arm just above the wrist, and
the little fellow was able to take the
train for home Wednesday afteruooni.
COTTON KA RKET.
One Cent a Word. No ad
vertisement taken for less
Ithan 25 cents.
R. H. McCEACEEN, the piano tuer,
will be in Newberry this week.
Leave orders at Gilder & Weeks
drug store, or at phone 347. Leave
your- orders promptly. 6-20-24
CAR LOAD BUGGIES-Just in. Steel*
and rubber tires at prices unheard
of in this market before. Take ad
vantage of this and buy quick. E.
IM. 'Evans & Co. 6-2-tZ
FOB BE NT-One 4-room cottage on
Nance street. Electric lights and
'city water. Rent reasonable. Ap
ply to T. M. Sanders. 5-12-f-tf.
BOONE COUNTY white corn at $1 per
peck. Big Boll Triumph cotton, .$1
per bushel. Yields 38 per cent. lint.
A..D. Hudson, Newberry, R. F. D. 1.
HAVE YOUR HORSE and mule clip
ped at Dr. Sharp's Veterinary hos
pital. Prices reasonable. Work
guaranteed. Corner McKibben and
Friend -streets. Residence-pon
316. Office phone 316. 3-7-tf.
LEARN AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS
ITake a 30 days practical course In
our well equipped machine shops
and learn the automobile business
and accept good positions. Char
lotte Auto School, Charlotte, N. C.
WANTED-Young men and ladies to
learn telegraphy. We are receiving
more calls for our graduates than,
we can supply. Charlotte Telegra
phy School, Charlotte, N. C. 3-7-tL.
JST arrived, a carload of heart and
sap shingles. Langford & Bus
GET YOUR GSASSES from Dr. G. W.
Connor, a gradute~ of the largest
optical college irn the world-the
Northern Illinois College of Chicago.
Dr. Connor is located permanently
in Newberry, gives both the objec
tive and subjective tests by electric
ity and guaranteies bis work.
BARBECUE-I will give a barbecue
at my residence on July 4. I will
sell meal and hash 11.30. J~ M.