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f tie Movements oi Many People, Newberrians,
and Tliose Who Visit
>e wherry.
Mr. 0. L. Dominick lias changed
from Silverstreet to Lit^e Mountain.
Miss Willie Riser, of Columbia,
spent Sunday with Miss Maud Fant.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moore, of
Mississippi, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
S. B. Jones.
Mr. Charlie Smith, one of Saluda's
sterling citizens, was in the city Monday.
W. E. Hansell, of Newberry, was
registered at the Jefferson yesterday.
?The State, 25th.
Messrs. T. W. and P. B. Hutchinson
returned last week from a visit to
relatives in Greenville.
Assistant Attorney General Fred.
H. Dominick spent the week-end at
Mrs. D. J. Burns and little daughter
returned on Monday from Sumter.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moore left !
Monday on a visit to relatives in Columbia.
Magness Kibler, of Prosperity, is in !
Columbia, the guest of Mrs. inos. \v.
Polatty.?The State, 23rd.
G. F. Wearn, of Xewberrv, was at
the Jefferson yesterday.?The State,
Robert Norris, of Newberry, was at
the Jefferson yesterday.?The State,
Mrs. P. N. Livingston, of Prosperity,
is visiting in the city.?Spartanburg
Herald, 23rd. \
^ T ?/v 'vV. r* litfl A j
Mrs. ?5. Li. r?eeuuaiii anu utu&
daughter, of Helena, are visiting in
Miss Fannie Parks, of Newberry,
is visiting in the city.?Spartanburg
Herald, 23rd.
Miss Minnie Fleming is visiting in
"Newberry.'?Carlisle cor. Columbia J
Record, 22nd.
Mrs. T. W. Sloan and son, James,
are visiting relatives in Newberry.?
Greenville Piedmont, 21st.
Chief of Police W. H. Jernigen, of
Newberry, was here yesterday.?
Laurensviiie Jtieraia, zzna.
Miss Marie Kohn, of Prosperity, is
visiting Miss Dessie Dean.?Greenwood
Journal, 21st.
Miss Gertrude Bobb, of Prosperity,
"is visiting Mrs. J. C. Wyse.?Greenwood
journal, 21st.
Miss Lalla Rook Simmons spent
the week-end with Mrs. L. E. Aul:
at Dyson.
Mrs. John A. Lindsay and son, Wal
ter, have returned from Henderson- j
ville and Alston.
Mrs. S. G. YvTelch and little granddaughter,
Miss Troxelle Wright, have
returned from Walhalla.
Dr. E. E. Stuck, of Newberry, S.
C., is in Augusta wtih relatives for
a few days.?Augusta Chronicle, 23rd.
Mr. Jno. C. Neel attended a meet-1
ing of the board of trustees of Ers*
kine college at Greenwood Thursday.
Mrs. P. G. Ellesor, of Newberry, is
~ r Xir T~\ i
the guest of her sister, Airs. vv. v.
Copeland?Clinton Chronicle, 21st.
Mr. Jo Rodger, of Newberry is "visiting
relatives in Santuc.?Santuc
-cor. Union Times, 22nd. '
Miss Nell Gayle, of Birmingham,
Ala., is on a visit to her sister, Mrs.
Chas. P. Pelham.
Mr. William Glover and family have
aioved to Newberry, S. C.?Aiken Sentinel-Valley
News, 21st.
Mr. H. A. Ruff came to the city
'Zrom the Salem section' of Saluda
county to bring home his pastor, the
T? "FT! .Tnhnsori.
Miss Ainsley Houseal is visiting
ner cousin, Miss Mary Cannon, at
the home of her uncle, D. Julius
Hentz, at Pomaria.?The State, 24th.
Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Kibler and little
son, Haskell, left last week by
auto for Glenn Springs, where they
will spend several days.
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ftliss Alary .\ance rair win jeave
this week for Alabama to resume ner
duties as teacher in the public
Miss Ruth Crosby, who has been
^spending several weeks in Newberry, ;
has returned to her home in York- j
ville.?Yorkville Enquirer, 22nd.
Miss Elise Gaillard has returned
from Newberry, where she spent
some time with relatives.?Spartanburg
Herald, 23rd.
C. P. Boyd, of Newberry, passed;
through the city yesterday en route
to Cross Anchor.?Spartanburg Herald.
Burton and Fulmer Wells, of Newberry,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Fulmer, in Monticello street?The
State, 23rd.
Miss Claire Connor has returned
j from a visit to friends and relatives
j in Newberry.?Greenwood Journal,
I 22nd.
I Miss Mary Wallace returned home
on Monday from Hoards, where she
! had. been visiting.?Silverstreet cor.
Saluda Standard, 21st.
The friends of Mrs. W. H. Zeigler
! will be glad to learn that she is improving.
' She recently went to the
| Sumter hospital tor treatment.
j Miss Adele Dunbar, of Newberry,
is the guest of Mrs. N. P. Dunbar.?
Union Times, 22nd. Sue returned
! home last week.
i .Mrs. Robert Gee and little son, of
i Newberry, are the guests of Mrs.
| Gee's mother, Mrs. M. C. Magnum.?
Union Times, 22nd.
Mr. Sam Duncan and Miss Jessie
Duncan entertained the Bachelors at i
an informal dinner Saturday.?Stomp |
Spring cor. Clinton Chronicle, 22nd. j
i Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Wilson and
daughter, little Miss Edit'h, are in
Anderson for a few days visiting Mrs.
Wilson's sister, Mrs. R. M. Smith.
Miss Lalla Martin returned on
Thursday from New York, where she
has been for the past six weeks taking
a course of . speciai study.
Misses Cora and Mazie Dominick
returned on Saturday from a ten
days' stay in Washington and Baltimore.
Mrs. Lucy Fellers has - returned to
Xewberry after a visit to Mrs. W. A.
Sheldon.?Liberty cor. the State,
Misses Cora and Mazie Dominick |
were in Columbia yesterday on their I
way to Newberry, after a trip to Baltimore
and other Northern cities.?
The State, 24th.
Mr. E. D. Pearce is to represent
Newberry in the South Carolina Life J
Underwriters' association at the na-l1
tional convention at Atlantic City
September 16-18.
L. L. Dominick, of Prosperity, came
to Columbia yesterday after Mrs.
Dominick, who recently underwent an
operation at a local hospital.?The
State, 25th.
Miss Ada Brooks, the charming
daughter of Mr. B. A. Brooks, of Sa1
rl o ? c* tnuifitior fVinc? n'Adl* ? *-?
luua, iO VIOIIIU5 UUIO ?? XXA - ^ V_, ??
ry at the home of 'her pastor, Rev.
R. E. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob P. Long and .
sons, Wilbur and Ashby, left Tues- ^
day for a two weeks' stay in the
mountains.?Silverstreet cor. Saluda
Standard, 21st.
Mrs. S. D. Black has rented out her
entire farm and will remove to Newberry
to give her children an educa- :
tion.?Good Hope cor. Saluda Stand- 1
ard, 21st. (
Mr. T. E. Wicker is put down for .
nnp nf thp rp^nnnsp? tr> fhp addresses
of welcome at the approaching meeting
in Orangeburg of the R. F. D. .
Carriers' State contention. ^
Mr. Gibbes Goggans, after visiting
his brother, Mr. Burr Goggans, left
Friday night to rejoin his family at ]
Palm Beach before returning home 1
in Live Oak, Fla.
Misses Marie Hunter, of Charlotte,
Jo Sale Byers and May Smarr, of ,
Sharon, and Myrtle Suber, of Xew- j
berry, are visiting Mjsses Claire and j
Ruth Crosby in Yorkville.?Yorkville 1
Enquirer, 22nd. ]
W. C. Stone, of Leesville, who re
cntly took his degree at the Med- 1
ical College of South Carolina, Char- <
leston, passed through Columbia yesterday,
on his way to Florence.?The ^
State, 23rd.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Cannon visited (
Mrs. S. C. Ballentine in Leesville re- ;
cently. On their return they were ac- ]
companied by Misses Carolyn and ]
Llewella aBllentine.?Columbia Hec- <
ord, 23rd. ! <
Mrs. Hontz, Miss Olive Wideman, J
of Pomaria, Mrs. Livingston and Miss {
Mary Livingston, of Newberry and ]
Messrs. Shealy are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Shealy.?Ninety Six cor. Green- 1
wood Index, 21st. '
Miss Moriat Martin left yesterday
for her home in Newberry after a
visit of several weeks at the home of ]
Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Sloan, in Wash- 1
ington street.?Greenville Piedmont, 1
"Both are men with Tots of energy 1
rmeh nnrt their friends are nre
dieting efficient and satisfactory service
from them both/' says the local '
correspondent of the State, in speak- '
ing of Postmaster W. A. Hill and
County Supervisor J. H. Chappell.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Swittenberg, of ]
Kingstree, are visitng at Capt. J. T.
Taylor's. Mr. Swittenberg was super- i
intendent of the school here for sev- :
eral years and has many friends here. <
?Pickens cor. the State, 24th.
Mr. J. William Coppock, of Atlanta, ]
an old Xewberry boy, who has been ;
spending his vacation wiKi relatives 1
in this city returned on Saturday to ;
his duties as salesman with the Gen- ;
eral Fire Extinguisher Co.
Rev. D. P. Boyd, of Newberry, held !
a very interesting meeting at Beth- j
lehem last week. Twelve or fourteen i
joined the churcli. .Mr. Eioyd is strong j
in faith. His many friends were so i
glad to meet him again and hear him
preach.?Kelton cor. Lnion nines,
Protracted meeting closed at Bethlehem
last Thursday. Twelve new
mernbirs were added to the church.
Rev. D. P. Boyd, of Newberry, did the
preaching. He preached some splendid
sermons and had large attend- ;
ances.?Bethlehem cor. Union Times, I
The Misses Deaver have as their ;
house guests Misses Sadie and Butler |
Fant, of Xewberry, and Miss Myrtle
Suber, of Whitmire. Messrs. Metts;
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Fant, Bob Holmes ana win tsrown j
were also their guests for the week- J
end.?Carlisle cor. Columbia Record, 1
The Rev. J W. Carson, pastor of
the A. R. P. church here, has return- j
ed from an extended trip across the !
water, including Palestine and a
large portion of England and continental
Europe; He attended the International
Sunday school convention
at Zurich, in July.
Messrs. Harry Stone and Paul
* -3~Mtnrnori Sunday from Hen
AUCllll 3 1CIUI UV/U y
dersonville on their motors. On the j
way there Mr. Adams had a collision :
with a negro in Greenville. That j
seems to be his usual luck; he was
mixed up with an accident not long
ago in an up-country trip.
J. M. Kibler, M. D., of Xewberrv,
came to Columbia last night. He will
take back with him this morning Miss I
Maggie Werts, who has recently un-'
dergone an operation at a local hos-!
pital. Miss Werts is teacher of Eng-!
lish on Limestone college faculty.?
The State, 25th.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Watts, of Plains,
Ga., after visiting relatives in New-1
berry and Laurens counties, left !
Monday to visit his brother, Mr. J. S.
Watts and family, in Lexington coun- i
ty. He says Plains is :he best coun- j
try he ever saw. He is a prosperous :
farmer and will make over a hundred j
bales of cotton this season.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Oxner and chil- ,
dren, of Columbia, and Mrs. Lula j
Mensing, of Atlanta, attended the !
burial Sunday afternoon of Mrs. Wm. j
Milligan, a former citizen of the coun- J
. _ /-i -1
ty, WflO Q16Q 111 ^UlUilluia. oatuiua;
afternoon. Mrs. Oxner is the adopted :
daughter and Mrs. Mensing the sister
of the deceased.
Sheriff Cannon G. Blease is very ill j
2t his residence in the city. Deputy \
Sheriff Wm. M. Dorro^ is in charge j1
>f the office, and has been kept pret- j1
;y busy lately. Not being able torb?
,n more than one place at a time, and
being called for at tv.o 01 more places
at one time, has has had to telephone j1
Rural Deputy Jno. H. Turner to lend
aim his assistance i
The Rev. W. B. Aull, of Dyson,
fhrnnwh Pnlnmbia vesterday
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on his way to Swansea, where he
preached in the Lutheran Church of
the Good Shepherd. This church was (
built by the Rev. Mr. Aull during his '
pastorate at Fairfax, Barnwell county,
the entire indebtedness of this infant
congregation being assumed by ,
the nine members which were
brought together as a nucleus. The
Rev. Mr. Aull and Mrs. Aull have ,
! '
been spending their vacation at Lan- (
3is, N. C.?The State, 25th.
The Rev. E. Pendleton Jones, D.
r* nf tho Firsf- Rantist church.
LS.y pCIOIVI Vi. ?x- - ?
Newberry, spoke four times yester- I
3ay in Columbia. In the morning at i
10 o'clock he addressed the Agog Bi- 1
ble class at the First Baptist church, i
He also preached twice in this 1
church, at both the morning and
evening services. In the afternoon 1
ai 4.30 o'clock he addressed a large ,]
:rowd of men at the Ideal theatre, 1
his subject being "The Glory of ,
Foung Manhood." Dr. Jones will 1
preach twice in the First Baptist 1 (
:hurch again next Sunday.?The j
State, 25th.
This is purely personal: The little 1
letter "s" last Tuesday changed a (
Dachelor to a benedict, when a Co- ;
lumlbia paper spoke of a visit of Mrs. (
T. J. Roach. The "s" had no busi- ?
less with the "Mr." that time, but as
this big telephone man had been
?one some time, and being young
and a good looking single man, with
i fine position and bright prospects in
life, and mere Demg so many suiynac
marriages these days, some of us up
this side, while thinking it was a '
mistake, didn't know for sure but that I
it might possibly be "Mrs."' for a ;'
fact. But it was not so and there is | ]
no little "s" dangling along in this
:ase. i
The Sharon correspondent of the
Rock Hill Herald last week carried a ^
paragraph that was leproduced in ,
:hese columns, stating that Mr. A. W.
Paysinger was the principal of the j1
Snaron Hign school. There is only
one mistake in the piece, Mr. John B. j
Paysinger is the man. He is a recent
graduate from Wofford college, and
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben T.
Paysinger, of the city. There was
no mistake in the balance of the paragraph,
which read: "Mr. Paysinger
comes very nighly recommended and
the school promises to have one of
the most successful sessions in its
See what "Robinson says" in this
issue of the paper.
Everybody is looking forward to a
bright and prosperous fall and winter.
The Blease brothers, lawyers, and
Mr. Tom M. Sanders, are among the
latest bnvers of new automobiles.
/See announcement of excursion to
Savannah and Jacksonville, September
Miss Joe L. Jones left Monday for
Northern markets to purchase the
fall and winter stock of goods for
Miss Joe L. Jones & Co.
For Tuesday there is to be some-!
thing entirely different at he ArcadeAirdome?a
K. B. feature?entitled
Banzai, with scenes laid in Tokyo.
Isle of Palms and "Wrightsvillf
Beach are calling you, as you see by\
ads in Herald and News. They are |
calling all, but some of us can't go.
Maybe you can.
The Andersons are back from the
Northern markets. Watch them at;
the store and you will see what they :
went for. And it will be worth see- j
It is exciting to visit a city just in 1
the midst of a big murder that
startles the country. Occasionally a
Newberry citizen has that experience, |
and :.t is worth noting.
If the fifth cutting of Mr. P. E.
Scott's alfalfa was the best yet it j
must be a wonderful patch. Wonder
how many more times he is going to !
Who says th? days are not getting
shorter in Newberry? We say in
Newberry, because we are not entitled
to speak for any other place. Anybody
here can see that the nights are
Two jolly crowds of our young people
went out to hear the colored
sleeping preacher last Monday night. 1
One party was chaperoned by Mr.
and Mrs. Jas. H. Riser.?Leesville de- ,
partment, Batesburg Herald, 21st.
T-Tprp tq cnmp hpaHlinp frmnrl in fhp
Wagener Edisto News: "Some things
we know, some things you know, :
some things neither of us know, and
some things we never will know." Es- .
peeially the last.
There is to be another educational '
rally at Saluda school house on
Thursday, with a pici.ic dinner, a ball
game, and other features. Saluda
svhool is six miles below Prosperity
on the steel bridge road.
P. F. Eaxter & Son were engaged
Friday and Saturday erecting five
handsome monuments at the graves j
of members of J. P. Kinard's family '
in the Kinard burying ground at
Bachmaii Chapel.
The two men who "accidentally"
swapped umbrellas Saturday can be i
brought together if the other fellow j
will ccme to The Herald and News
office and interview the reporter. The !
outside man's umbrella is by far the
better one, but he is entitled to it.
That generous and general raim
Saturday, was acceptably and thank- ,
fully received. Some of us who are
ignorant didn't know it was needed,.
thinking there had been enough for I
iwhile, but a citizen who knows and
keeps posted says it was needed
Labor day, September 1, there will
be a great time at Parr Shoals, witfb
barbecue, ball game, athletic contests,
speeches, etc. The expected
speakers are the attorney general,
the assistant attorney general and j
Newberry college has an ad in this
issue of The Herald and News. Life
begins anew in Newberry when the
college reopens lis regular session,
always, with its ever popular president,
Dr. J. Henry Harms, at the head
supported by his able assistants.
Probate Claude C. Schumpert on
Thursday issued a marriage license
to Mr. E. Lois Dominick and Miss
Dlive ftertha Taylor, both of Prosperity,
and on Friday to Mr. H. M. Henry,
of Newberry, and Miss Addy Fort,
Dl Fort, S. C.
Lots of people are catching on to
'John Billson"' and "Hiss WigginV
Really. "Old Hiss" had nothing to do |
with the case; but, being good naurDd.
he was just thrown in to fill up
with. There is nothing like a little
:'un to relieve the monotony and vary
:he "monopoly."
Sunday afternoon Deputy Sheriff
W. M. Dorroh, went by automobile,
f " f
driven by Humbert Aull to the place .
of Mr. James Renwick, eleven miles
from town, and arrested Ben Cooper,
I colored, who is wanted here for sev|
eral charges. Sheriff Blease has been
[ wanting Cooper for some time.
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dinner set at the Airdome Saturday
night, was won by Miss Lever, of
the city. The second prize, a sack of
stick candy, was won by Mr. Munson
L .Buford. Two more sets of China
are to be drawn for Friday and Saturday
nights at the Airdome.
Are waiting for a trolley line.?
Headline in Rock Hill Record. We
uro fnn a ri nova haon n ri rl trill ho
'It is different with you. You say!
; there is good reason to believe that,
1 there will soon be a trolley line from '
Rock Hill to Harmony. We can only:
i wait.
Mr. B. B. Reid has changed his res- j
idence from College street to Higgins
| street. Some people have probably i
j forgotten" that Boundary street has
| changed its name to Higgins; some
don't know it, and a few never will.
But Mr. Reid won't forget to remind
all classes that he is an insurance
man on the job.
Monday of last week while Mrs. A.
C .Sligh and two little daughters
were on their way home from Newberry
to Dyson the mule ran away
and threw Mrs. Sligh and the children
nut nf the hufirev. The little srirls !
were not hurt, but Mrs. Sligh had a
deep gash cut in her head, which,
while very painful, was not serious.
The reporter is beginning to think
that Citizen Burr Martin- is about
rig'lit when he says, as he is always
saying, that The Herald and News
man can't read his own writing three
days after it is written. It must be
pretty bad, as the linotype machine
finds out. That place up in Pickens
county is "Nine Times," not Nine
Listen to the Spartanburg Journal
of last Friday telling of home grown
strawberries again at this season of
the year and to the Anderson Mail,
same date, telling of great big, juicy
fat watermelons selling there for 5
cents, the market being overrun.
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Jbea Jtilil crown is a ca.uuiua.te iox
mayor of Spartanburg. Ben Hill's
name sounds all right, and if it is as
good as Bill Hill, he will win out.
The Lane Brothers, Ernest M. and
Olin H., who made a reecnt trip to
Richmond, Norfolk and Newport
News, had a pleasant time in thc0e
cities. Ever notice 'iiow full of goods
the store of E. M. Lane and company
is kept after selling so much? The
* ? 4-"U oltrn trc V*n tri r-? rr o r? r? !
bCCi ei lb Liitzy cue aiwajo uujiu^ uuu
selling. Sell fast and keep brining
in new supplies. And they believe in
In the "various and all about" column
Julian White wants the reporter j
to "quit loafing and get on the job''?'
he was in Baltimore and that fact had j
not been mentioned. But at that j
very time his "name was in the pa- j
per." Julian wrote on one of those j
post cards Jno. B. Mayes recently had I
made of that portion of Calhoun
street, running in fi;ont of the roport- j
er's home?which makes a pretty pic-1
ture. See all the beautiful views at
Another blind tiger was arrested in
town Saturday night by Chief of Po- j
lice W. H. Jernigen and Health Offi- i
cer Jno. C. Adams^ These two officers
arrested Mr. J. J. Dean, who appeared
before the recorder on Monday
morning, charged with selling
whiskey. Mr. Dean demanded a jury
which was granted by the recorder.
The jury will be drawn on Wednesday
morning at nine o'clock and the case
has been set for four o'clock Wednesday
Whenever the Rock Hill Herald
speaks of the Anderson Mail it drops
the Mthe" and just says "Aader on !
Mail," etc. One day lately the Her-1
aid said Anderson Mail wanted to
know why the Rock Hill postoffice
was flying no flag from its building.
The Herald answered tnat the flag
was there all right but that it did
not appear in the picture recently
printed in the Herald. All of which
has not'ning or none of which has
anything, to do with the faithful flag
flying gracefully and regularly from ,
the well kept and up-to-date Newberry
postoffice building.
Bally at Youngs.
Saturday there was a big educational
rally at Young's Grove, a notable
gathering place, one mile from j
Prosperity. Persons going by rail ;
were transported to the grounds ty '
automobiles. The speakers were J. ,
E. Swearingen, State superintendent i
of education; Mr. Pitts, superinten-,
dent, of education or L?aurens cuuu-1
ty; Miss Edith Parrott, State super- J j
visor of girls' tomato clubs; E. W.,
Dabb>, president of the State Farm- .
ers' union. There wag a barbecue i
dinner on the grounds. i
Autos and airships make a cyclone <
cellar doubly necessary.
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for les?
than 2S
One 8 H. P. in perfect running order,
running every day. A bargain.
One 15 H. P. good as new. Can ^
be bought for less than 1-2 price. V
One Ideal Duplex Feed Mill, will
burn kerosene oil. Very cheap. I
Good reasons for selling- the above. I
If you are interested write to or ^
call on J. D. Quattlebaum, Prosperity,
S. C? Phone No. 12. j
SECOND HAND ORGAN for sal'e. J. ^
S. Daniel, Newberry, S. C.
:-29-;t- d
FOR SALE.?One good Milk Cow Joe ^
Wilbur, R. F. D. Xo. 3.
S-STf. 1
I mil GITE A FIRST CLASS barbecue
at the residence of Col. D. A.
Ruff on Thursday, August 28. Arrangements
will be made for the
young people to dance if they so
desire. David Ruff.
8-12-td. 1
will be a barbecue at Pomaria on V
September 5, for the benefit of the
Methodist church here. The cue will
be prepared by J. H. Kibler, A pleasant
day is promised. Public invited.
FOR SALE.?Old J. J. Gallman home
place, 5 miles east of Newberry.
150 acres, more or less. Good dwell- r ing
and necessary outbuildings, and
tenant houses. F. A., and L. J. Gallman,
Prosperity, R. F. D. 3, N. G? .1
Gallman, Augusta, Ga.
THE Newberry Bnsiness School is V
thorough, progressive, and reliable.
If you are interested in taking a
business course this fall, visit the *
school and be convinced. Why go
from home when you can get the
same instructions at a considerable
less cost right at home. We will
aid all students completing the
course in this school in securing lu- M
crative positions. Mr. H. 0. Ray. jm
4t-run 18-22-29-5.
Piano and Theory of Music. Graduate
in A. B. and Music of Randolph-MLcon
Woman's College. 1605
Main street. J
Pure Bancroft Seed Oats?Raised and A
for sale by E. M. Evans. / I
8-26-tf. ^
In Memoriam. V
Since it has been God's will to re- ]
move from us our beloved sister, Miss
Mamie F. Bozeman, a member of Saluda
Baptist church, be it resolved,
1st. That we bow in humble sub- I
mission to His will, and that we shall
hold 'her always in loving remembrance,
recalling as an example, her ^
cheerful disposition, her patience un- /W
der afflictions and her sweet thought- I
fulness of those who ministered to I
her during her illness.
2nd. That we extend our sympathy
to the bereaved ones. - Jf
3rd. That a page in our minute ^
book be dedicated to her memory and j
a copy of these resolutions be sent
to the Baptist Courier and The Newberry
Herald and News. j
Mrs. A. P. Coleman,
Miss Julia Smith, ?? _ M
Mrs. W. 0. Holloway, V
Aull, Havird, Cooper, Manning, Rich- 1
ards. I
There were two barbecues in the
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county rriaay Dy camps ui ummcu
of the World?one at Jalapa, the oth- J
er at Pomaria. At Jalapa Oliver J|
Havird and E H. Aull spoke. At Po- A
maria there were speeches by Robert V
A. Cooper, of Laurens, Richard L
Manning, of Sumter, and Jno. G. Jk
Richards, of Kershaw?all candidates
for governor in the primary of 1914.
Mr. Lathrop's Family Reunion. /^
Mr. George Lathrop, a Confederate I
veteran, enjoyed with bis family d.na a
friends on Friday a large family re- M
union. Mr. Lathrop is now enjoying fl
good health and was in one of his
usual jolly moods Friday. aTn the
grove in front of his home mkre was
prepared and served an exce^nt bar-? :
becue dinner. 91
Eight of Mr. Lathrop's children ,
were present, twenty-one grandchildren,
two great grandchildren. Mr.
Willis Lathrop, of Columbia, Mr. Lathrop's
only brother, was present with
his daughter. Mr. Lathrop also invited
his friends and neighbors. Dur
ing the entire aay ice cream auu
lemonade were served and large
Bradford watermelons were sliced. V
It was a most enjoyable occasional
,?or those present, and Mr. Lathrop enH
joys the esteem and best wishes oS
all his family and friends who hope^
Co enjoy with him many, more such V
eunions. > 9
There were about 100 people I
present who said that it was a Ci- V
[ijhtfisl day well spent. M

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