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The Movements of Many People, >ewbcri'iti!ts,
mid i is \\l?o \ isit
Miss Marietta Langford has returned
home from Cnicora college, Greenville.
Mr. J. L. lMckert is announced as a
Candida e for magistrate !' r X >. 1
E. P. Berry, of Xewberrv. has been
spending several days in Saluda.?Saluda
Br. (\ B. Mills, of Cross Hill, purchased
a Ford car :rom Summers' garug1
i ll inquest over the body of Hagojd
Brown will be concluded Friday. T;ie
bearing will be in the office of Sheriff
'l re Xewberry 1 dge of Odd Fellows
bunque will be a.: i.ie 29th instead
of the -Sth as at iirst i roposed.
T-iis change is made to sui Uie convenience
of some .the sp akers wiio
are t . attend.
i' 11 us luc uii in.icm viiuu.i
of : :o Redeemer will give their annual
sac-re 1 concert this evening, Friday.
.May 22. beginning promptly a
s: o'clock. The public is cordially
Little Annie, one o: the win sisters
of little Mary, children of Mr.
Frank DeVore died at Newberry on
the 16th ins aged 16 months. Sluwas
a most interesting child and
will be greatly missed by her paren s
and friends.?Ninety 3ix cor. Greenwo:d
Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edward Fulenwider, pas or.)
Nothing preventing, the following
will be the programme of divine services
at the Lu;heran Church of the
Redeemer next Sunday:
11:1.1 a. m. The regular morning
service. The pastor will preach a sermon
on the subject, "Keeping the
Proper Account." The office cf a
modern business house where the accoun
s are kept will be used as an illustration.
^Iuch of the success of
business depends upon the proper
keeping of ;he accounts. Many a man
ir.as bee -ale distracted, and has gone
out from friends, home, and busyness
saying, "It is all up with me. I am a
ruined man." Not because there were
no assets but because ;'ney were
wrongly charged. Ma .y a Christian
has become discouraged and downcast,
not because t;:ere was no hope, but
because he has wrongly charged his
burdens in his life accoun s. Every
man and woman living under the light
of the gospel of Jesus C.iis.
keep at least hree accounts, (1) An
account with others, (:i) a ; account
with himself, (3) an account wi h God.
The w.rds o' the text are. "Bear ye,
one anoi:.;er*s burdens, and so fulfil the
law of C\:rist." ,4,7or every man shall
bear his wn burden." "Cas. thy burden
upon the Lord, and he s'.:all sustain
8:15 p. m. The service at Jiis hour
will be in charge of he "Young People's
Mission' league." Several you g
people will take part in the prog.'a.iijuo.
The principal address will
be made by Dr. E. B. Setzler on
10:15 a .m. T:.ie Sunday school
The public is cordially invited tj all
Card of Thanks
We desire to express our heartfelt
appreciation for he kindness and attention
shown and expressed by our
kindred and friends during itoe sickness
and last illness of our little
We also wis a to tiiank our faithfui
physician, Dr. James M. Kibler, for
his untiring and efficient services.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. DeVere.
On last Sunday afternoon Mr. Charley
Berry and Miss Lena Belle Blair
were married at the home of the officiating
minister. The Rev. S. P. Koon.
Death of Mrs, D. A. Wright.
Mrs. M. Nancy E. Wright, formerly
Miss Shell, of Whitmire, died suddenly
on last Sunday night, May 17, a few
minutes after retiring. She was 61
years, 1 month and 23 days -old.
'Her sister, Mrs. Sallie Tidmarsh,
<dred just a little over a month ago.
i She was married to Mr. D. A. Wright
December 31, 1868, and lived faappily
together f - over 45 years.
Mrs. Wright was a consistent member
of the Methodist church at Whiimire,
she and her husband having
joined the church under the ministry
of tie Kev. v. f. Koya, aoout zi or zs
. years ago. Her Pastor.
The Arcade has always had the reprptation
of being wide awake for anything
:hat will please its patrons.
Every on? should see these pictures as
they are educational as well as entertaining
and are very appropriate just
at this time.?Adv.
KWKKKS IS (NOVKYMON.
(iroup No. '2 of South (aniina Hankers
Association Hold Pleasant
Group No. ol" the Sou h Carolina
i.ankfrs association, acid its second
:tu!i:::i! meeting in the high school
building on Tuesday, .May 1 ! . The
t'-.i'crin^ was called to order by Pres
it em R. H. Moseley and prayer was
offered by Dr. .lames Mcintosh.
Mayor Z. F. Wright was then presen
d and made a very happy speech
in welcoming the convention to Newberry.
File address oi welcome was
responded to in a pleasant way by Dr.
Geo. Y. Hunter, president of the Bank
< '" Prosperity.
Mr. .). W. Simpson, of Spartanburg,
read a very interesting and suggestive
paper .n the advan age- of he group
system. He emphasized i. e importance
ol' cooperati n. He spoke of many
rhings that banks could do in helping
the communities in which they are located.
.Mr. C. H. Yates, of Camden, was me
n:*x ?pe;iker. 11V said that bankers
. liouid learn the d~ctri.:e that it is
more blessed to give Man to receive
and that in giving we must give not
oniv of our t:easure, but of our service.
In u ing his it should be the
efi'ort of the. bankers to bring the producers
of their respective communities
io the highest crder o:" efficiency.
Mr. Simpson, who had just returned
from Richmond, told of the mee:ing
h Id there by the bunkers forming the
reserve bank territory, in which South
Carolina is included.
There were several other shor: talks
!.iv visi ors and some of our local bankers.
The constitu i: 11 of the group was
adopted and the following officers
were elected: J. Y. McFall, of the
Commercial bank, Newberry, chairman;
Butler H. Boyd, Clinton, vice
1 TT J 1 * _ _
cnairman; nowara n.nis, oi uiecuwood,
secretary and treasurer..
Executive commitee?W. A. Counts,
Lit le Mountain; .John B. Sloan, Ninety
Six; J. B. Bell, Clinton.
The executive committee will aproint
the time and place of the next
meeting and also appoint the programme
After "the meeting trie visitors were
aken in autos for a short drive around
the city,'and to the residences of Mr.
P. E. Scott and Mr. M. U spearman,
where ligh: refreshments were served
and a social hour spent very pleasantly.
At 9 o'clock the banquet was served.
And the following seniments
were responded to. It was unfortunate
that some of h:se who were expected
could not be present. A number
o: ladies attended the banque: and
if was excellently serevd by the ladies
o ' the Presby erian church. It was
greatly enjoyed by all present.
Dr. James Mcintosh presided and
acted as toas master in a most graceful
manner and pleasantly introduced
' J. W. Simpson, Greenwood, "Past
"Let :he world slide, let the world go;
A fig for a care, and a fig for a woe!
If I can't pay, why I can owe/' f
C. H. Yates, Camden, "Best Method
of Increasing Deposes."
' "You can get to any station on life's
| schedule seen
If there's a lire beneath the boiler cf
And a place called Flushtown at a
rate of speed that's grand.
If for all the slippery places you've a
good supply of sand."
! W. H. Hunt. Newberry, "Woman."
j "She has met glib policitians
i And undone them in debate;
She '.has studied all conditious
j That affect her native State.
ShSe is able and ambitious,
She can practice at the
But she aLways turns and wishes
When she sees a falling start."
XC ri 5c Yw:?r?
I "(M. ?T. U. CJU1UII 15 Xf ] inc..
Anderson. May 21.?Capt. W. G.
i Smith, for 54 years a conduc'or of the
I Southern railway, is dying this morni
ing at his home in this city. It is said
i that the end is a question of only a
| few hours. aCpt. Smith is 75 years of
x To Deliver Lecture.
On next Sunday night at 8:13
| o'clock. Rev. Oharles Haddon Nabers
I will deliver a lecture on The Life of
i Martin Luther in the Prosperity A. R.
! P. church. This lecture will illusj
+rated with lan*ern slides, and the
public is cordially invited to attend.
The Arcade, Newberry's classy Tittle
picture show has arranged to s^ow
the Mexican war pictures today "Friday..
This is one of the most expensive
fea*ur~~ ~Tr?r brought to this city,
i hut not withstanding thp experts and
: hi-?h quality the admission will he 5
! snd in eenf?. nf^rnoon, 10c to every
| ~ne at night.?Adv. j
in HAL LETTER CARRIERS.
Of Newberry County to Meet ?>n Saturday,
May 30?To Elect Delegates
to State ( "iiveiitioTi.
The nr.a! letter carriers of Newberry
county will meet a Newberry
en Saturday. May to flee- delegates
to the State convention and to trans
act ot.ier important business. It is
urged ;hat every carrier in the county
Dinner will be furnished by o.:e ?'-t"
the large business tirnis of Xewberjry.
T. E. Wicker.
\V. G. Peterson. President.
Death of 3Irs. .1. W. Swindler.
Mrs. .T. W. Swindler died at thhomo
o.' her daughter. Mrs. \V. S. Hickley.
in Xo. "? tow.;snip . n Thursday
morning at "> o'clock and will be buried
at West End cemetery Friday morning
j at 11:30 o'clock, the service at the
crave conduc ed by the Rev. Mr.
Smith. Mrs. Swindler was -7a y ars
i . id and is survived by seven of her
13 children the others having preceded
her to the spirit land. The children
i surviving are: J. M. Swi dlor. .J.
Wister Swindler, of Newberry; Charli
H. Swindler, of Saluda: Mrs. H.
Chapin Lake, of Silvers reet: Mrs. W.
; S Bickle}*, o.' Xj. Mrs. J. .T. Senn,
and T. Wash Swindler, of Xewberry.
Special Services at I'nity.
| Preaching services will bo held in
the Unity church on Friday a d Sati
urday at S:30 o'c. ck and on Sabbath
aiternoo.; at 4 o'clock. The holy com'
munion will be celebrated in connec'
i;nn with trip Snhha h service.
The Rev. E. G. Carson, of Charlotte,
| will be present and will do the preachi
ing cn this occasion.
The public is mos: cordially invited
t) attend all of these services.
IT ISA I N ED SILVER DOLL ARS
Shower of 1,000 in the Street >Vlien
Cincinnati Dispatch to .New iorK sun.
Considerable exci ement and much
: scrambling was occasioned in frcn:
of the west door of the Federal buildi
ing when a sack containing 1,000
I silver dollars, being carried from an
Adams Express wagon for deposit in
the United States subtreasury, burst,
j Hie expressman had just reached
| he cen re of the sidewalk in front of
i the entrance to the building when the
sack gave way. Within two seconds
: there was such a crowd as to almost
i block traffic 01 Walnut s ree:, and
! the presence of several traffic officers
was necessary to permit the express
company's employes and others pressed
into service to gather up the coins
! and deposit rhem back in the express
A count of the coins following the
; accident revealed tlhe less of but one
' silver dollar. The missing coin is
said to have rolled behind a motori
rvnle be'loneine: to one of the post
office messengers and was picked up
by a lit*le newsboy, who escaped
through the crowd.
(The silver coin was shipped here
by a Southern bank. The express
t company made good the missing coin
! and the full amount sent was deposit!
ed with Cashier Barrett of the local
j sub reasury a sfhort time la^er.
OBELISK GETS TREATMENT
j Chemist I'ses New Process on Cleopatra's
Needle to Stop Erosion.
New York Sun.
Cleopatra's Needle, which stands on
a knoll in Central park between the
| Metropolian Museum cf .Art and tne
reservior, is receiving a new Treatment
for one of its periodic attacks
or spring fever. As the result, so the
scientists say, of erosion due to climatic
conditions, the hieroglyphics j
ihreatened recently to become as
i illegible as they are untranslatable by
| most persons. j
; The new treatment is being given
; by Dr. William Kuckro, chemist of
j the Metropolian museum. Dr. Kuckro !
: believes that the metfjod. which he
! and Dr. James Kemp, geologist of Columbia
university, discovered, is certain
to preserve statues which are ex- j
i posed to unfavorable wea'her condi
! tions. The treatment will cost the
r>ark department $400.
The shaft was brought to New York
from Egyp; in 1881 and during the
first 21 years cf its residence here ;
more than half a ton scaled off. The !
Obelisk Waterproofing company treat- j
j ed the shaft in 1885, when more .hun j
, tiree barrels of chips were picked off.
; Since then ihe needle has done no
shedding. Edward M. Caff all, gen-.
eral manager of that company, ex- '
preyed dissatisfaction yesterday when
he learned that o her doctors had
been callei to at end the column.
THE SEWS OF PROSPERITY.
PiTsrrainiiic For Closing Exercise*
"rosjieiitj Hiirh School Personal
Sj ".i! to TIi Herald and News.
Pr .-penty. May '11.?Mr:-. Addk
Hcdgos lias re urne:l from a visit t
Spar; a burg.
Mr. A. II. Hawkins is spending several
days in Columbia.
Misses Tena Wise and Annie Fellers,
of Chicora college, a-e h me for
tin1 summer vacation.
Mis:. .John Grant and littl son. of
Anderson, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Gibson.
Miss Lucy Wheeler lias re urned to
Columbia uiter a s..ori visit to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Vv'neMcr.
! 11 vi ati :ns are cut for the tenth
r, ade reception given by Mrs. M. C.
Morris Friday ev ning at v.er l:>nie
"The Oaks" rr m to 11.
Mi.-s 1'e Dominick left Tuesday :'or
Columbia where she will make her
home in the future.
M.'ss'-s 1". A. Dominick, P. B. MitMl,
John Taylor and the Rev. u.i .
Mrs. E. P. Tavlor. spent Tuesday i 1
t'.aresburg, making the trip in Mr.
M ssrs. v\. H. G.. v". E.. G.
W. Dominiek visited Parr .Shoals Wednesday.
Mrs. .1. B. Bedenbaug'n, of Pomana,
ii visiting her parents.
Dr. G. V. Hun er, Messrs. .1. S.
Wheeler, G. D. Brown attended the
State Democratic convention in Columbia
Mesdames Barnes and Leaphardt
spent las; week in Ninety Six.
Following is the programme for the
closing of Prosperi y nigh school:
Sunday, May 31, 11 .\, >1.
Se-mon by the Rev. C. A. Freed, D.
I)., of Columbia.
.Holiday, June 1, S:30 P.
Boys declamation ccntest.
Tuesday, June 2, 10 A. 3L
. 'Address to school by the Rev. E.
I Pendle.on .Jones, of Xewjferry.
Tuesday, S:30 F. >1.
Girls reading contest.
Wednesday, June .% Sr30 P. M.
} Closing exercises, awarding of di'
plomas, medals, etc.
TERKOKS OF THE TANGO
Dance Has as Yet Not Been "Debrutalized."
i Grantland Rice in Collier's.
j It is reported ;hat three members
of Yale's track :eam have been in'
jured while indulging in the tango.
! We have repeatedly, in these dispatches.
called on the committee in
J charge to debrutalize the dance?jusi
as football was debrutalized some
years ago. But so far our warning
has been in vain.
How many more of the "flower of
our voting manhcod" are to be wrecki
ed by the combination strangle hold,
! high dive and double flip before these
1 needed reforms are pu: through? Are
"*" Hon-mo a tqpp of rwisted sfnins
V\ C LVJ 1/VV.uuiv. IA v*vw ... ?
and mangled insteps?
j NOTICE OF ELECTION IN . FAIR[
VIEW SCHOOL DISTKICT NO. 18.
j Waereas, one- bird of the resident
j electors a:id a like proportion of the
1 resident freeholders of the age of 21
j years, of Fairview sc'.iool distric: No.
' IS, of tlie county of Newberry, State
i cf South Carolina, have filed a petition
v,/i /-./-vnnrv h~.nrr1 r?'" (^Hnrafinn of
I Wit 11 I 11C V/UUX1CJ K/ SS^*. V* V ~
Newberry county, South Carolina, petii
tioning and requesting that an election
be heM in said sc'iool district on the
j question of levying a special annual
| tax of two mills io be collected on the
property located in the said school
Now, therefore, the undersigned
composing the County Board of Newberry
County, South Carolina, do
hereby order t.ie Board of ?rrus.ees of
: the Fairview School District No. 18 i
to hold an election on the ques:ion of
levying a two mill tax ;o be collect-,
ed on the property located in the said;
school district, which said election
shall be held at Fairview school house,'
in the said school district No. 18, on
Saturday, June 6, 1914, at which said
elec:ion the polls shall be opened at!
7 a. m. and closed at 4 p. m. The1
members of the Board of Trustees of
said school district shall act as man- !
agers of said ?election. Only such'
electors as reside in said school district
and return real and personal
property for taxation, and who exhibit:
v?oir rav rpppints and registration cer-,
tificates as required in general elections
shall be allowed to vo:e. Elec-i
t.rs favoring the levy cf such tax
shall cast a ballot containing the word
"yes" written or printed rhereon, and ;
each elector opposed to sudh levy!
shall cas: a ballot containing the word j
"jo" written or printed thereon.
Given under our hands and seal on
May 20, 1914.
G. D. Brown, Jr.,
S. J. Derrick,,
J. S. Derrick,
County Board E-lucation.
S1LVERSTKKKT SCHOOL ( LOSES
A Successful Session?Ice ( renin hesthul
Vlier(lantc \ Marriatrt'.
SilviT.stret. M;iy '11.?T.:<> <*x rciscs
vv. t-?? miiciicti Si:nd:iv morninir. M:iv 17.
with a.i excel leu se.-mon of "Education,by
the Rev. S. P. Kooa
There was a large attendance.
Tae session closed -has been '.be
most successful in lie history the
I'nder the instructi n of our Pro
f ssor Koon. the school has made !
grea' prog'ess. We did n;t acconi-;
plish what we would have liked to 0111
account of measles and chicken-pox
w: 1 our exercises. They were very
g 'or;, considering the difficul its we
had to overc me with sickness. 1
The programme was beautifully
r -"fcivu. T;> children did fine. They
were a credit o their teacher and
parents. A the conclusion of the
exercises on Monday night ice cream
w:is sc'd for he benefit of the school..
T'.ie am unr made was $8.90. Tie of'orinu
Sunday morning was $">.08;
making a r tal of $13.98. |
Miss Lena Belle Blair, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. O. T. Blair was happily,
united in marriage to Mr. Charlie j
Ber 'y. ?r?n of Mr. and Mrs. John Berry.!
B :Tb from' Silv rstreet. Tho Rev. S.
P. Koon officiating. They will make
their futu"o homo in Bradley. S. 0.
Wo wish then a happy married life.
Miss Elizabeth Fant a graduate of
Chicora College returned (home Tuesday,
accompained by her mother, Mrs.!
Mr. H. 0. Long has improved the;
looks of The town very much by paint- j
Ing his cottage in churdh s:reet.
Lo: has been purchased and plans j
for the building cf The Lutheran parsonage.
i The future for Silverstreet is very;
Vacation time again, Hurrah!
Hjpe every one will spend a happy j
BIG THNEL IS OPES.
Last Obstruction at Sandy Kidge on
the ('. ('. & (', Has Beeu Removed.
! ? |
i Spartanburg, May 20.?Word has!
. been received in Spartanburg that the |
i last obstruction in the Sandy Ridge!
i tunnel, connec ing the east with the t
Elkhorn extension of the Carolina,
Clinchfieltf & Ohio railwav. was re- I
moved last night w'aen the ridge of
rock midway in the tunnel was blown 1
away. The work o.i excavating the !
8,000 foot tunnel was started abou;
two years ago and it had to be bored.
through almost solid rook.
The Sandy Ridge tunnel is ?,000,
feet long* and is 1,500 ;feet under the;
mountain. Day and nigh; shifts have
been working on it for over two years
and a.i average of 125 cars of rocks a
day were removed.
| 'The opening of the JElkhorn exten-1
sion realizes a dream of the builders !
of t'lie Clinchfield to have a through |
line from the Eas: to the West. Its
completion means that this section
will profit. ? - -?< j
' Can't Lose Grandmamma.
When grandmamma was young and
I The world was prim and stately;
A: balls she wore a queenly air
! And stepped quadrilles sedately.
| Now graiidmamma is old and gray-? j
But fashon can not foii her,
For out she bounces every day
j And tangoes like a broiler.
' ' ?Judge, j
, Trespass Xotice?All persons are here- j
by forbidden to hunt or trespass on j
my land, by stock or otherwise. The |
law will be enforced against all
respassers. J. J. Epting.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OIF NEWBERRY.
BY C. C. Schumpert, Esquire, Probate
Whereas, Mrs. Bota L. Wright hath j
made suit to me, to gran: her letters j
of administration of the es:ate of and J
effects of George A. Wright J
These are ther efore to cite and ad- i
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said George 4Wright,
deceased, that they be and appear
before me, in the court of pro- |
bate, to be held at Newberry, S. C., j
on Ju ./> 1st, next atter publication j
thereof, a: 11 o'clock in the forenoon, |
... . i
to show cause, 11 any tney nave, way j
the said administration should not be i
Given under my hand, this l*th day ;
oi May, Annon Domini, 1914.
C. C. Schumpert,
J. P. N. C.
For seventy-three years the Stieff
Piano has been a leader. Investigate
our easy iterms. <
Auv.?5-15-tf. Chas. M. Stieff.
SPECIAL NOTICES. ' ^
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for leu
than 25 cents.
S:iR Burr clover seed $1.00 per
bushel rough, if in need of a.y uot-'
Ly at once 1). E. Halfacre, II. F. D.
telephone .".",04. ."-10-2;
Lost?Gold tooth ou plate iu hand
bag be.ween Newberry and county
home. Reward if returned to Lizzie
Greenwood, care C. L. Leizsey. ^
graduated Trained Nurse?Calls answered
promptly day or nigh:. Nellie
.J. Gallman, S36 Hunter s reet,
near colored Methodist church.
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For Sale?Corn, in the ear; corn
Stover; four milk cows; four Jersey
heifers. E. 0. Counts, Prosperity,
S. C., Phone 27.
Plants For Sale?Rot and Bligat Proof
Tomato, Bell Peppers, Ho: Peppers,
. Cabbage, Egg Plant, Potato Plants.
All 1 r,c per doz., 50c per 100. C. P.
Best Patent Flour $5.10 and $5.20. M.
Q. ChappeU. 5-1-lmo.
Kuggies and Wagous-^To make room
for nearing shipment we are sell- J
ing Rack Hill buggies and Piedmont
wagons at greatly reduced
prices. Special prices on Cane
seed also. Let us show you our
stock. i\Ve guarantee satisfaction. . Jk
Purcell & Scott. 5-8-tf. ' ^
Please call on me in my new office .1
over 3lower Co.'s Store. Have oyur
eyes examined in one of the most A
thoroughly equipped offices in SoutQ jj
Carolina. Dr. G. W. Connor.
See Johnson-McCrackin Co. for Deer- \
ing Mowers, ueering Harvesters.
"We carry a full line of repairs. j
For Sale?Two-story dwelling, 9 rooma
and bath, electric lights, screened
.throughout and newly painted, large
lot with running water in stables.
AppLy to 1311 Glenn Street.
Cane Seed, Cane Seed?We have them ,
and can save you money. Nice clean
seed and we give 50 pounds to bushel.
Come to see us. Johnson-McCrackin
TVe have just unloaded the third car
Roofing since December 1st. We
(have the price and the quality is
why we ?sell so much. We 'have in
this last car Edward V Crimp, Edwards
Patent Lock, Edwards Re*
Chester Shingles, Edwards Queenannie
Shingles. Get our prices.
Johnson-McCrackin Co. 4-24-tf
My Perclon Stalion *FS-Fi" will make
his stand this seasen at Quattlebaum's
stable, Prosperity. Fee $20.
B. L. Miller. 4-3-tf. *
Caudy Salesman Wanted?$100 monthly,
and all traveling expenses to
start. Experience unnecessary. Solicit
orders from dealers in your locality
and surrounding territory
for our high grade Chocolates, BonBons
and all kinds of Car.dlss. Write
quickly for full particulars and contract.
Kase Candy Co., New YOrfc,
N. Y. M3-3P&.
about 100 to 125 pounds. 894 u* ^
fore you sell any kind of Cftttlft 0?
hogs. The Cash Grocery, tl. ?
& Co. Phone 110 or 213.
Poultry Wanted?Hens, 12 cent*
per pound, frying 15c. Highest
prices for eggs. Player & Graham.
Pure CleT^land big boll cotton seed
for sale at $1.00 per bushel; makes
two bales per acre; also some
fodder $1.50 per hundred pounds.
Phone 5602 J. A. Shealy. 3-27-Gt
DR. G. B. RADEB,
of Columbia, S. C., will be in Newberrf
on Monday and Thursday of each wedf.
Office McCaughrin Block, office previously
occupied by Dr. O. B. Mayer.
DR. YOUNG ff. BROWN
T) nn fo 1 CnTVpH/fn
Xational Bank Building
dewberry, S. C.
"I hear Tom is a gentleman farmer
"Right up to . the notch, too. Puts
evening dress on all his scarecrows at