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Ike Moyemejits of Many People, Newberrians,
and Those Who Yisit
Miss Jessie Kelly is visiting friends
and relatives at Newberry.?The State.
Mrs. Cora Lee Grimke of Charleston
is visiting IMiss Anne 0. Ruff.
Mrs. E. M. Lane and children are
visiting in Florence, Bishopville and
^liss Navis Kibler of Newberry
spent several days with her aunt, ftlrs.
B. F. Swygert.?Irmo cor. The State.
Archie Bouknight of Newberry, is
visiting his brother, P. E. Bouknight,
of Irmo. ?Irmo cor. The State.
C. M. Varn i':as returned from a visit
to friends in Newberry.?Swansea cor.
Mrs. A. L. Aull of Pomaria is with
her mother, Mrs. L. M. Derrick, near
here.?Swansea cor. The State.
Miss Margaret Burton of Newberry
is visiting Miss Janie Morse and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Sligh spent the
week-end in Xewberry with relatives.
Miss Amie Copeland has returned
from Xewberry, where she has been
visiting friends.?Clinton Chronicle.
Mrs. Claude Boyd of Spartanburg
is on a week's visit to Mrs. J. A. Meldau.
w Rpdenbaueh of Pomaria was
a' visitor here this week.?Batesburg
cor. The State.
Mr.- George Ruff of Newberry visited
friends here on Sunday.?Winns"boro
News and Herald.
Master Tracy Kreps is spending several
days with i"~is brother, C. Kreps,
in Newberry.?Lexington Dispatch.
Miss Estelle Plunkett went to Newberry
today to visit relatives and
friends ^-Greenwood Journal.
Miss Emily Willard has returned
from Newberry, where she visited Miss
Lois Glasgow.?Spartanburg Journal.
Mrs. T. M. Rogers went to Columbia
(^.Monday to bring her sister, Mrs.
J. H. JBisjson, from the hospital.
Mks Rebecca Ward law has returned
to Willington. after her visit to Miss
Mrs. 8. B. Griffin and son Marion
have returned from a trip to Newberry
and Abbeville.?The State.
Mrs. L. G. Balle and little son Jack
of Laurens are ivisiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Goggans.
Mrs. W. E. Lake, Jr., returned on
Monria-v from a visit to her mother,
Mrs. D. F. McCoy, at ?'tatesboro, Ga.
Joe Norwood of the Firman Fitting
school, is here to spend the balance
of l-is vacation.
W. E. Lake, Jr., of Newberry returned
home yesterday, after spending
the week with I: is mother at the Columbia
TV? T ttI O-irvi e? WaI 1 VnAUTTl in
ui. ivmry u^icis ou-uo, ncn uuvnu ui
Newberry, was elected a trustee of
tile American Osteopathic association
at Portland, Ore., on the 5th instant.
iVIr. and Mrs. L. A. Way, who have
been spending ten days with relatives
at Newberry, returned home Sunday
Mrs. T. A. Scarboro and children
have returned home after a pleasant
visit to "relatives in Newberry.?Or-,
angeburg Times and Democras.
Mrs. F. C. Sligt": and little son of
'Newberry are visiting the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tabor Hill.?
Greenwood Journal. :
Miss Ruby Goggans, who has been
visiting Miss Lois Jackson, has returned
to her l';ome in Newberry.?Iva
cor. Anderson (Mail.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Anderson and
little Roy will leave on Wednesday
for New York, the season for buying
na.TS' foil crnnrtc ha vino- rpannearpd
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Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Smith, Sr., are
visiting in Statesville, N. C. Their son
James is spending his vacation at
Miss Lillian Welch left on Monday
for Columbia.to return with her sis
ter, Miss Crozier Welch, from the hospital.
Miss Consuelo Dent leaves today for
Newberry, where she will visit Miss
Jaunita Eptlng and other relatives for
a week or ten days.?The State.
Misses Drucie Smith of Kinards and
Nell Fridy of WTiitmire, who have been
the guests of Miss Alma Lup, have
returned to their ihomes.?The State.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Waldrop nave
returned from Greenwood to Newberry.
to the delight of their friends in
Miss May Tarrant of Newberry is
visiting Miss Kathleen Tarrant and
/Mrs. Fred Cartiedge.?Batesburg cor.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boozer nave returned
from a visit to relatives in
Xewberry.? Clinton cor. Greenville
'Messrs. .J. Forrest Lominack, Xor
man 0. Head and Jci. n B. Mayes of
Newberry were in town Sunday.?
Hodges cor. Greenwood Index.
Mr. P. C. Gaillard. Jr., one of the
great Southern Power company's
young reliables, is tripping in Pendleton
and the mountains.
Mr. Will F. Wright, Jr., is with tne
Southern Power company at Greenwood
during the remainder of his vacation
from Clemson college.
Mrs. Charlotte V. Spearman has returned
to Newberry, after a twoweeks'
visit in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. M. T. Turner.?Johnston cor. Tlhe
Bennie and Robert Dent and Carroll
Lorick, who have been visiting
relatives in Newberry for the past several
days, are expected to return to- j
Mr. Boyce Abrams of the Interna- j
tional Harvester company in Columbia
is in Newberry visiting his uncle,
Mr. H. H. Abrams, and his brother,
Mr. Claude Abrams.
Miss Margaret Burton of Newberry
arrived Friday of this week to be the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hagood
and family for several days.?Easley
uui. yjri CCJLI vine
IMrs. Robert Gee and little son, Robert,
Jr., ,of -Newberry are spending
some time with Mrs. M. C. Mangum
and other relatives in Union County.?
Mrs. George McCutchen has returned
frnm a \-isit tn Mrs \T&t Dial In i
Laurens and expects to go shortly for
a visit to her parents in Newberry,
where her little sons have been for
some time.?The State.
Miss Sallie Pugh of Prosperity is in
the Columbia hospital, where she underwent
an operation this week. Miss
Pugi'i is the sister of G. T. Pugh of
the Columbia college faculty.?The
Misses Mary -Wicker and IMarie
Moore have gone to Anderson to clerk
for Mr. Ben T. Anderson. He knew the
value of these young ladies in a store
io nrf* T7 Vi a. voH tVtom ownv frrvm I
Newberry. We don't blame him.
Mr. and Mr. Frank G. Wright of
Washington, accompanied by her
brother^ Mr. Mahon Smith, left Xewberr
early on Monday morning by auto
for Laurens to visit Mr. Wright's paronte
i v&Jivo at * j *v* w ?
Mr. F. H. Jones and family left\on,
Friday for lEdgefield, where they will
make their f-ome for the present. Mr.
Jones says he may return to Newberry
later, which his friends hope will be
Miss Lillian Petrea of Concord, N.
C., is the guest o Miss Gaynell Oropps
on Wilson street. L.ater ivuss reirea
will go to Newberry. Miss Crapps will
return to North Carolina with Miss
Mr. McKelvey of Abbeville was in
the city last week, visiting Mr. Joseph
H. Hunter. Mr. McKelvy is a brother
of one of tf:e young men drowned in
the Savannah river while rescuing
some young ladies recently, a full account
of which was in the daily papers.
LAfter spending four years in Darlington,
Mr. D. B. Chandler has returned
to Newberry to resume his
former position as overseer of the
cloth room at tf:e Newberry cotton
mills, which he resigned after a serv
ice of nine years.
Miss Hattie fjousman and IMiss Kate
31 over, who have been visiting Dr. and
Mrs. J. Wm. Folk of Newberry, spent
?everal days in U'.":e city last week as
the guests of Miss Housman's sister,
Mrs. S. .T. Stephens, en route to their
yome in Clifton Forgs, Va.?The State.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Maxie Lindsay and
*heir bright little son, Harold, of At"
anta are visiting-1': is parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jno. A. Lindsay. Mrs. Maxie
.indsav is accompanied by 'her sister,
"Iiss Nora Kin?, a charming young
'ady of Atlanta.
Mr. James Spearman, as seen by the
Edgefield Chronicle's Johnston bureau
man, was in tJ~e receiving line at an
ntertainment recently at the "pretty
country home" of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Marsh, two miles from Johnston,
where Miss Nora Long was a recent
!Mr. DeWitt Salter of Atlanta is visiting
Ibis sisters and brothers in Newberry.
His other brother, Mr. Clement
Salter, who is now at Wrightsville
Beach, will arrive here in a day or
l! - ? iVi_ _" i 11
so ana aner vacating 111 tuis city cue
two will return to their music work
J. E. Summer of the firm of Talley
& Summer, architects, is drawing
plans for a modern bank building
which will be erected at Saluda by B.
F. Croudb. Mr. Summer states -that a
building revival..is -in progress in
Sa'.uda. The buildings recently destroyed
by fire are being replaced by
better and larger ones.?Greenwood
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I JUUI I1A1.
Mr. E. H. Crews, the Advertiser's ef-;
; ficient and popular foreman, is enjoying
a week's vacation at his former
home in Laurens. During his absence 1
| his place on the Advertiser is filled ;
| by his brother, Mr. J. T. Crews. These j
gentlemen are sons of the late Col. T.
B. Crews, who for fifty years was editor
and proprietor of tt:e Laur?ns
"? mi ... ^ f
ii'eraia. mey are ?unuj suns wi cm
honored sire.?Edgefield Advertiser, j
They passf through Newberry, to and j
fro, and the reporter is always glad
to see them.
Miss Sara Houseal f;as been elected
to teach the school at Johnstone academy
and has accepted. The school
will open about the first of October.
VARIOUS A>D ALL AfiOIi'S.
While having his hands clear the
ditch along the road east of the^ park
last week, (Mr. J. W. Werts killed the
largest moccasin he ever saw.
Services will be conducted at Clay!
ton Memorial churcu on Tuesday at 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. by Revs. Elton Wilson
and E. L. Halfacre.
Dr. John C. Halfacre was able to
be out in the city on Monday, giving
his friends the pleasure of seeing him.
He f:as had a long spell of illness.
See James Edge in comedy novelty
at the opera house on Thursday, Fri
aay ana saiuruay. niquinuii&i, uauu
balance and acrobat.
Mr. J. W. Richardson is improving
since tJ. e recent accident whereby he
lost part of his right food while operating
an elevator at the Mollohon
The examination for the Citadel
scnoiarsuip nuui luis cuum; nui uc
held at the office of the county superintendent
of education on Friday
of this week.
Alderman Green seems to have been
happening along just in time lately
to make arrests, his latest act along
that line being the arrest of a negro
for hanging signs without a license.
Jule Ryan had to pay $5, by order
of Recorder Earhardt on Friday for
interfering witJ: an officer in the discharge
of his duty, while Ed Means
paid $1 for leaving his hack and soliciting
passengers at the depot.
There is to be no wagon bridge
across Scott's creek east of the park,
but there is to be a steel foot bridge,
the material for which is ready. The
new bridge will be a satisfaction to a
wnoie ioi 01 peopie.
Jesse Hall forfeited a $25 bond in
the recorder's court on Monday morning.
Hall was charged with carrying
a concealed weapon. H-e arrest was
made by Policeman G. Y. Dickert of
the Mollohon precinct.
Henry Wheeler, colored, was at Dae
Hopewell colored Baptist church on
Sunday. Sheriff Blease found it out
and arrested him for carrying concealed
weapon. Magistrate Player, after
Wheeler's plea of guilty, made it
$25 or 30 daTy& Wheeler paid his fine.
Everybody in Newberry knows Maston
Grazier, and whatever relates to
t.im is not uninteresting to the public.
Monday na week agoiiis daughter, Carrie,
married Hollis Mayer of Birmingham,
Ala. They went to Columbia on
their way to Birminghom. So IMaston
has lost another daughter.
I was formerly in favor of local option
by counties; but liquor overflows
county lines. I can not protect the
hoolth nf mv familv hvr kppninor rnv
AAVM,14'U ? "r o
lot clean, .if filth is allowed to accumulate
on ti':e premises of my neighbor.?From
the 13 articles of the
liquor creed of Dr. Geo. B. Cromer.
A; good article.
At a reunion of the McGowan family
hplrj rpppritlv at Liberty Snrines
church (reported in last Laurensville
Herald by its Cross Hill correspondent)
about 250 of the family and connections
were present. Mr. W. A. McSwain
was elected on the executive
committee. Mr. McSwain took part in
tf:e reading of sketches.
Mr. A. D. Hudson has accepted a poI
^if?/%?> 4-V\ 4-Virv fa/1 1 r\ f
OIL iUil ** ICli LJIC icucriai UEjWi VIU^UI, Ui
agriculture at Washington and will be
in charge of the department of marketing
and grading of cotton. The poI
sition is a responsible one and carries
a fine salary and has possibilities of
promotion. ^fr. Hucfson will report in
Washington the first of next week.
There will be a picnic at the Odd
Fellows' home near Greenville on Saturday,
August 21. The superintendent
desires that some represeatatives from
the Newberry lodge attend this picnic
so as to get an idea of wisat is being
done for the orphans. A reduced rate
on the railroad will be in effect at that
In the permanent work to the credit
of Super Joe W. Werts since last October
are* fwir 3teel- - and concrete
bridges put in place, with material on
hand to put up three more. The two
Newberry Joe's are all right?Joe, the
fire horse and Joe of the street and
bridge department. TV:.e bridge^ are
not all the permanent work done by
The Greenwood Index recounts the
laying of t.ie cornerstone of a school j
building now being erected at Scotch '
Cross, at which Mr. George D. Brown (
and others made appropriate address-1
es. The Index says: "The trowel used j
by Worshipful Grand Master Bryan I
was given to I^aFayette in 1825 to lay j
tne corner stone or tne uetvaio m |i-1
ument at Camden. It is solid silver
with an ivory handle and has been in
the custody of the grand lodge of this
State since the aboive date."
Mcdical Society Jfeetimr.
There will be regular meeting of d-".e>
Newberry County Medical society in j
Dr. Pelham's office Friday afternoon,;
August 13th, at 3:30 o'clock.
Dr. Pelham will read a paper on j
"Chorea, diagnosis, prognosis and i
All physicians of the county are urged
Jno. B. Setzler,
Farmers Insurance Company Holds Its
The policyholders of the Farmers
iVutual Insurance company, at tl':eir
annual meeting in the courthouse on
Monday, elected the following directors
for the ensuing year:
jf'or rownsnip .\o. jl?jus. u. rveiu.
For Township Xo. 2?Dr. W. C.
For Township Xo. 3?Job H. Ringer.
For Township Xo. 4?J. C. Abrams.
For Township Xo. 5?J. W. Epting.
For Township Xo. 6?W. 0. Pitts.
For Towns):ip Xo. 7?W. F. Johnson.
For Township Xo. 8?B. L. Dominick.
or Township Xo. 9?R. T. C. Hunter.
hp r\ n - ti vi iv a "1 a a a vq foe
r VI iunuouip 4^v/. XV x*. XX. ^ 1
For Township No. 11?Jno. W. Kinard.
The auditing committee reported the
books of the treasurer properly kept
and receipts and expenditures corresponding
with the semi-annual report
sent out by tl e treasurer.
The amount of insurance written in
the county is $595,330.
Sanding the Koad.
Mr. \V. G. Peterson, carrier on R. F.
D. Xo. 1, has made arrangements with
the people on his route to furnish
wagons and sand the road in tl:e bad,
muddy places. He says he has some
twenty wagons for three days and,
with the assistance of the supervisor,
will have the tanyard hill and other
clay stretches of the road sanded so
that he may be ab?e to travel when
the winter rains begin. This is a good
work and would help many other sections
of the road if the people who live
along tne roaa wouia ieuu u-eir cooperation.
Sanding the clay portions of the road
and using the split log drag woifld give
us a gr.eat many good roads in Newberry
and would cost very little to*^y
one, and it could be done now whfS^
the people are not busy in their crops.
The first open boll of cotton sent to
this office came on Friday afternoon
from Mrs. Jennie E. Carter's field.
The second boll came in on Saturday
from the field of C. B. Eddy at
H:e third boll on Saturday came
'U TJT nlonf oh'An O n/^
i 1 ijlll in. in. lUAai u 3 piautanuu, u,uu
the fourth was sent in by Paul Stribling,
The last boll on Saturday was from
the field of G. V. Boozer.
This endeth the first chapter.
At the Churches on Sunday.
A pure and sweet little girl in spotless
white was received into full membership
at Central Methodist church
on Sunday morning. "Of such is the
kingdom of heaven." In the absence
of Mr. R. E. Allen, Mrs. S. B. Jones
kindly led the music. Presiding Elder
W. P. Meadors preached, and after t)i:e
regular service presided at quarterly
Dr. A. J. Bowers occupied the pulpit
at the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer,
Rev. Fulenwider being absent.
The Rev. J. W. Carson having returned
from his trip, filled his accustimed
place at ti.:e A. R. P. church.
At the Frst Baptist church the Rev.
R G. Kendricks of Greensboro, N. C.,
preached both in the morning and at
night, the union service having been
called off for the latter occasion. Tfce
pulpit on next Sunday morning will
be occupied by the Rev. C. R. Cruikshank
of Bristol, Tenn.
A CARD OF THANKS.
In behalf of myself and the children
who haT? oeen very ill for several
weeks, I desire to return sincere
thanks to the good people and the
various organizations wno so Kinaiy
gave ti':eir assistance and Sympathy.
Mrs. Anna Hazelton.
THE APPALACHIAN HIGHWAY.
Two Thousand Dollars liaised on Ten
Miles of Road?Other Communities
I ne central ccmmiuee on tne Appa- j
lachian hignway, appointed at the
meeting at Glenn Springs last Wed-!
nesday, will meet Wednesday at Union.]
Col. E. J. Watson, who was made
chairman of the committee, will come
ti rough Newberry Wednesday morning,
where he wi:l be joined by l.YIayor
7 T71 Wright and \Tr_ B. C. Matthews.
members of the committee from Newberry.
In accordance with his promise
to measure the road via the Brick
House, Col. Watson will go that way
on Wednesday and take the measurements.
T e local committee requests the
citizens of Newberry, who are interested
in the building of this highway,
to meet this morning in the president's
office at the National bank and if the
crowd is too large for the room the
meeting will be adjourned to ti'e court
house. It is up to the people of Newberry
to do something and to do it
Information comes from Whitmire
that the people of that town have already
raised $1,000 and that those
living along the road from Wl.itmire
down to the Gibson place h^ye also
secured another $1,000, and that those
who live on the road from the Gibson
place to the town of 'Newberry will
hold a meeting today to see wt:at they
can do. They may be counted on to
do their part.
The gratifying information comes
also that those who live on the Brick
House road have decided to co-operate
with tJ:ose on the lower road and build
that road at once and then all of them
are to join hands and build the upper
road, so that we may have tfwo roads
between Newberry and Whitmi^e. That
is tf:e liberal spirit and will result in
the building of both rofit3$ at once.
Don't forget the meeting this morning
at 10 o'clock at the 'National bank.
There will be room for you.
Capt. M. M. Buford laid for the reporter?waylaid
him?tLe other day,
m his "trei^ches" just above the bottoms
of Scott's creek east of the new
park, and bombarded him with roast-J
ing ears. After crawling through wire]
fences and overcoming other obstacles
and waiting awhile tLe ears tasted
good. 'Now the captain will be telling
how he had to "load up." But that
is a fine corn patch, as everyone
> euro's Head Taken for BasebalL
George Ward, the negro whose head
was mistaken for a baseball by An
drew Robinson, alio negro, was Dr.
Hugh Senn's case. Wl:en Robinson
knocked Ward in the head with a
baeeball bat it would have been a final
knockout except for the expert work
of Dr. Hugh Senn, Wr. W. D. Senn
and Dr. J. K. Gilder, who saved his
life by a delicate and skilfull operation,
Ward having recovered after lingering
in a dangerous condition for
sometime afterward, whicL also saves
Robinson, who was after Ward, iromj
a charge of murder.
"Hearts In Exile."
"Hearts in Exile" will be presented
at the opera house on Tuesday, August
10, featuring 'Clara Kimball Young as
Hope Ivonovna, a beautiful Russian
girl. This is a five part photoplay of
the World Film production. In this
drama Miss Young plays the part of a
girl lawfully wedded to two husbands,
boti': of whom are sincere in their regard
Anderson Dry Goods Company.
Mr. Paul E.. Anderson left on Monday
for Pflltimnrp and New York to Dur
chase goods for tt'r.e Anderson Dry
Goods company. This store will open
about the loth of this month under
new management and will carry a full
line of fresh and new and up-to-date
dry goods and notions and a general
line of the newest and freshest goods
that will be offered on the Newberry
market. Tl':ev will occudv the store
room recently vacated by !Mr. Anderson
when he moved to Anderson.
"Save a Dime a Day."
The National bank of Newberry
asks you to join their "Tfcrift Club."
It costs you nothing and by saving a
dime a day you will soon have a pretty
ervirvl bank amount. Everv time yon
take a coca cola or buy a cigar put
aside a nickle and you would soon be
surprised how big your account would
Putting up a dime a day even at 3
per cent interest will amount to $194.94
in five years. In 20 years you will
The bank will give you a nice little
pocket savings bank which you can
carry with you and have it convenient
to put your dime in.
Call at the bank and any of tfce officers
will take pleasure in explaining
the plan to you.
Death of Mr. W. Y. Miller.
Mr. William Yancey Miller died in M
Columbia on Sunday night at about '
12 o'clock and will be buried at (Mt.
Zion 0:1 Tuesday morning, the body to 1
arrive at Silverstreet on the cannon
ball train. He was about ">4 years old I
- - - - -i
and left .\ewberry for columDia a gooa m
many years ago, after a residence in
tills city, where he was in the beef
market business and at another time
on the police force. He was well
known and well liked, being a man of
a very determined character wi ile a
citizen of this place. He was twice fl
married, first to Miss Mary Whaley,
and after her death to her sister, Miss
Laura Whaley, both of this city.
daughters of the late Dr. Wl':aley of
Newberry, and had two sons, one, Arthur,
by his first wife, and one, Fred,
by his second. There are also four
brothers, Mr. M. G. Miller of Xewberny,
Mr. G. R. Miller of Kinards and two B
in Texas. Mr. W. J. Miller of the^^T
county is a cousin.
Newberry College Reunion.
Little Mountain, Aug. 9?The usual I
big crowds attended the Newberry college
reunion here last Friday. Several
hundred people listened attentively B
to the speakers. The meeting was
opened with prayer by the Rev. Yancey
Riser, Professor S. J. Derrick of the
college presiding. V
John P. Derrick of this year's graduating
class delivered the welcome
address. Alan Johnstone,Jr., of Co- *
lumbia spoke very enthusiastically
and forcefully in befcalf of prohibition,
urging that it was the Christian duty
of the friends of a Christian college
to help wipe^out the evils of whiskey
at 'the coming election.
In the absence of Dr. Thos. FL
Dreiser of St. Matthews, President W. 4
W. Daniel of Columbia college responded
to an impromptu call and de
lighted the audience with a short talk.
President Harms made tire announcements
concerning the opening of college,
and presented the claims of Newberry
college in his usual happy manner.
oi liviAn JVIIv>x.y
Wctor Stuck will be out of town Mon- j \
day, Aug. 9th until Monday, Aug. 16.
Lost?Near Little Mountain, Aug. 6, fl
coat wit)- small blue stripe, made by
Rugheimer. Loser's name in inside II
pocket. Return and receive reward, ffl
For Rent?5-room cottage in'Nance
street. iApply to W. S. Langford.
Mr. Farmer?It will pay you to keep
your harness in repair. We have
an expert in that line. Work dono
at war prices. Newberry Hardware
Company. 8-3-tf J
I will be out of town until August 15. fl
Dr. E. H. Kibler. M
tiere -Ur. Auconioone jnyn?uoes your
top or your upholtering need repair? x g
We have f:e man who can do it for
you. Newberry Hardware Co. *
Found?A large four-inch tire near w
Newberry on Wednesday morning, fl
Owner may nave same Dy laenuiy- ^
ing property and paying for this ad.
It is Goodrich U. S. tire 34x4. I
Wanted?The pubic to know that we
are paying a very fancy price for
green hides; also best market price
for good beef cattle. Hutchinson &
Snellgrove, 1000 Main St, Newberry.
Phone 38. 7-20-2m
I am still handling 0. K. Bread.. E. L.
For Sale?Five Bull Puppies. For further
information apply to J. F. Me
Connell, Mollo'lion Mill. 7-20-4t ^
WASTED?500,000 feet lumber sawed
in Xo. S township. J. G. Low, Spar- j
tanburg, S. C. 7-6-4t i|
Gas is Selling at 17 Cents, at Sam
Dominick's automobile repair shop,
the place for it. 7-6-tf
BAGS?We have plenty of new arcl
second hand 5 bu oat bags, and 24
and 48 lb. flour sacks. See us for
your needs. Summer Bros. Co.
* J 4- 1??_ nt.A
x nui w ^iwi w uave svumai s nuu w
need coaching the summer months.
Mrs. J. E. Norwood, 1311 Glenn St. *
Bring Yonr Anto (if out of repair) to ,
Sam Domi ick's repair ghop. All
work guaranteed. Sharp's old stand,
south side Friend' street, opposite;
DR. YOUNG M. BROWN.
NEWBERJ*V c. ^
Invigorating to the Ptie ana dicuy a
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out
Malaria.euriche 51 ie blood .and builds ip thesy stem.
A true toc..c. For adults and cfc Idren. 50q