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Joies, May 7.--\lr. 1. D. Riegel,
president of the Ware Shoals Mfg.
Co., has generoisly offered to defray
half the expense of buildIng a top-soil
road from Ware Shoals to Princton
anid we trust Supervisor Watts will
p1romptly acept the offer.
Recently there has been almost an
epidemic of bronchitik all a few cas
Cs of imeuiltmoijia.
-Mr'. G. W. [avis has a clock that has
only r'u n down once in 22 years.
'We wev- very :;or ry to hear of the
Je', g ait of 011 warm friend, Mr.
rank medloek of Latulens, and ten
dly 'sympat hi/ witi the bereaved
.i. 1% u 'n' Eliott was recently
valled to s Il his father in I ,ancaster,
.ho 'a. ri't!ial ill but 1i now
ver-y niuch imlprov-d.
Mr. \\'ilter .\l. .oltes visited his
brothr an :,isr. f(
\Iesr.. 4'land and Thomas StanselI
tif Pi-.d:.nlt, r.lc nt' ily visited teir
.\lr. ... ',, r :\\'llu m ('oker, o
I.: '.iu n . ontly v isiteil the latt r'!i
a 1n4.Io . amiii Mrs. .. F. .forrison.
.\183 len a- .ol .\ tlarin,. one of thI.
'a1unhvr' : of Ih-iton high school. spent
I"w- -nd with hor pareits. Mr.
maL\!r l1'ry '.o .\artoi.hil
1ent ou 4 basd an1 au11t om ob il.
\\Var ind1ebtIe Id t o NIr. Young Wig
laud for a nice melIIss 01 tisih.
Iliut4n Washiniton., colored. whoc
was Wll liki )y his White friend;
passd away oni lite 2nd, inst.
,Nir. .aeWood rsently fracturer
r R. i.. talvet, of (revinvood
spielt hlie week-end wvitl his brother
Mlr. id r Norwood Grahiam anm
son ! -hadofStonley P'oint. were
the ee nvar f Hr. \\. Town"
fr l ill. uroill i; t'r4 n f all.
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We recently met the following
friends: Marvin Moore, of Georgia;
Dr. J. G. Cooper and A. R. Thome, of
Ekom; John Crawford, of Donalds;
Emory Washington, of Laurens; Thos.
Woods and Rev. Coleman, of Poplar
Springs; Jack Monroe and Rev. and
M.\q. Strickland, of Princeton; .eff
D. M1oore, of Greenville; S. 0. hlarvey,
John South and lill Manley, of Green.
We visited our life-long friend, Mr.
.J. R. MeNinch, a few days ago and
found him convalescing from a severe
operation of two or three months ago.
Mrs. E. E. Mlartin and Master Wil
liam, of Columbia, are visiting her
parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Jones.
We are Indebted to \lr. Young Wil
lard for a nice mess of fresh fish.
In the death of Senator C. A. C.
Waller. Greenwood county lost one of
hler best citizens. lie was an ardent
sup ;ort.,r of all measures looking to
the promotion of the best initerests of
his county and state. Hiis life wvork
speaks far more eloquently for him
than anything I could say. lIe vwas
alv. ays our warm frieid and sym1
paIthize with his Iereavod fatily.
PRI N('I'T 1N NIWS.
i M l inle-ton. .\ay Ill. -lrinlcet on fli.-h
School elos.s Friday, May lith. The
foilowinil. II'voraimi has been planned
lo rth1e commltencement exerises:
Colimmenec IIIment sei-moon. SI II, lay
.\ay th. 11 o'clock, by Dr. Jolin 0
Wilsonl, GrOeenwood, S. C.
General intertainment by sch1oo,
Wednesday night. \lay 12. 'ree.
A combinlat ion of plays-- "WIiel
Oini Won". alnd a Neziro .Minstrel wil
be put on h'ltIrSday night. lay 1:1
T 'it I ays art ve'ry good amid full o
i f (hara1l rs
hita el awy r, xces;sively neat.
-lonathan11 Sawyevfr, her, 11husand.
' intii.* ch''iiis, a nuiighbor.
\d d 11bit 1,,,'rk itls hi-l hus IItI l d.
IIk1 (' r i, h r Son.
-,i Si nedh-. adi u l liii'
Slw. I tr'Il St ll- i s dailgliter'.
HalTayhm'. Mall u'rly's ('oll.,'il.
Will~en (;r 4n1.Sul's adniir.
-Eli Grant, sheriff.
Toddy Jackson, colored boy.
Admission: children 15c, adults 25c.
Graduating exercises, Friday night,
invocation - -Rev. J. E0. Strickland
Essay-Young Man of Today
John C. Bagwell
Essay-Characteristics of Present
Age - - - Ola 'Mae Senn
Essay-Give the Wlorld the Best You
i-lave and the 'Best 'Will Come
1l3ack to You - Grace Bagwell
Essay-Education the Foundation of
Democracy. Talmage Ridgeway
Essay--Graduat ion, a Beginning, Not
an Ending - Iva Traynham
Essa.T-Climb, Though the Way he
Rugiged - - E'sts Davenport
Essay --Value of anl Educatiol
Annua Addrss .ohnl J. .\eSwainl
r'rsIltation of Di ploml as.
Teachl:1r's Fa-ewell Address.
The public is invite-d to attend all
ri. Ad I n to the
Illa!, Thur l niuht. .\ay " 1:3, will be
I.' and 2.e0. li)oors opel at 8 O'ClOCk
at clool alditorimil.
The cnteritailmenIt for Wednesday
night and also Friday night, are free.
I One Ford Car inl first class trim
li as n1o tires but runs oin the rim,
Five spokes goew from left. froit wheel
No front spring aid a broken wind
ITop all to11. dIent in the back,
las no tools not even al jack:
TIs Car runls where others stall
Ilas ino hub (apS---not even a hall.
No running board, net even a plank.
Ias no starter 1 and ik hard to crn-ik.
Itadliator bulsted carburet-vor cracked(
.Will 111n forward but can't he back(.d
Tis a Iia runs lil.e a moniltail dt-el
1Will b0urn1 either was brlge eer,
ItS oin two. 1th1n11 n ioll.,
110n0 a il bforeV it !'it.- anyI moreW
.\ b r in i int kerested, . U il .1
Piles Cured In 6 to i4 Days
D rntt rfu:d i-ve-y it PA.Y,) 0 0:Ni :NT f
r t:.: I 7! .. ;:. 1P: %ei t r 'r''r:. im:P .
Codifying the Laws.
The legislature provided at its lat0
session for the codification of the
stalute lajws of the state. It is a pretty
big job, Governor Cooper has ap
'oined J. C. McClure, of the Chester
bar, code commissioner, and Mr. Mc
Clure has appointed 'W. W. Lewis, of
the York bar, and C. tDouglas Bark's
dale, of the Laurens bar, as codifiers,
to collect, arrange and index the sta
Or these men Mr. IBarksdale is well
known in Newberry. *He studied law
here in the office of Jas. M. 'Baxter and
Silas oJhnstone, comprising the firin
of fBax'ter & Johnstone, and upon his
admission to the bar began the prac
tice In Laurens, his home. town. A
short while thereafter he was appoint
ed master-in-equity for Laurens coun
ty, and held the position for 11 years,
and was regarded as one of the most
capable masters in South Carolina. lie
is well posted on the law and is pains
taking and industrious, and his friends
feel sure he will render the state good
seivice in the position to which he has
been appointed.-Newherry Observer.
The next time
you buy calomel
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nausealcs, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtaes retain.
cd and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages,
After a hearty
- stuffy feeling
if You chew
a stick of
Other benefits: to teeth.
breath. appetite. nerves.
That's a good deal to
get for 5 cents!
Sealed Tight-Kept Right.
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