The Herald from Rock Hill, South Carolina on January 22, 1908 · 5
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The Herald from Rock Hill, South Carolina · 5

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Wednesday, January 22, 1908
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i THE-ROOK UlIiL-lTEtiALD! WEDNESDAY JANUARY 22' 1908 LOCAL AND PERSONAL ‘‘The Baboon” and “The Cupboard” at the Pastim e Theatre A meeting off the board of governors of the commercial Club was held Monday night with all the members present Realizing the ability of the present manager Mr B W Creed the board unanimously re-elected him for another year at the present salary Mr C S McCullough who was serving his second term as Mayor of Darlington died Saturday morning of neuralgia of the cart and chief of police Dar-gan of the same city was found dead in bed Sunday morning "with a bullet hole in his brain Misses Francena Brennan and Sadie Reynolds of Columbia and Bessie Norris of Greenville were in the city Saturday with the legislature All three of these ladies are former graduates of Winthrop College Miss Frances Harris who has been visiting Miss Laura Gra-am Robinson at Shelby spent Monday night here with ' Miss Lillian Flowers returning to her home at Fort Mill Mr II E RufT has been added to the office force at the freight depot Mr Hope Sadler spent Sunday ' in Chester with friends 'The numerous friends of Mr J Morrow Ivy will be sorry to learn that he has been quite sick since last Thursday with rheumatism Mr Jno A Neely's condition is a great deal better and he was able to sit up a short while Mon-tday Hon W II Stewart reading clerk for the Senate was able to have for his post of duty Satur-£ night on the special that coned the legislatere to Winthrop is not entirely well yet how-er Dr and Mrs James R Stokes left Monday morning for a ten days stay at Dr Stokes’ old home in Hampton county Mr John M Rawlinson of Charlotte once proprietor of the Rawlinson House at Yorkville although many years ago is visiting relatives in the city Mr A P Wylie who lives near Chester is visiting his brother Mr W II Wylie ‘ Mr John Davis one of the congenial proprietors of the J White '-Front Grocery is absent from his post of duty on account :of measles : ‘The Attempt” "Stilt Races” “Modern Hercules” and your Wife Unfaithful to Us” 2000 feet of good pictures ' to night at The Lyric Miss Rosa Lindsay one of York county’s most charming young ladies who resides at Yorkville is spending a few days in the city the guest of Miss Janie Massey j W Train No 29 made a bad beginning Monday morning the first day the change of schedule was effective This traip is due in Rock Hill now ht 410 a m but Monday it arrived ! about 7 o’clock We hope tiie old saying will hold good that a poor start makes a good ending Two coal cars were derailed near the Catawba River Satur- day morning consequently No 27 was delayed several hours : Mr F Guy Hull' returned to New York City Sunday after a i few days visit here - Miss Ammie Hall of Bates-bur&'spcnt Saturday here with her mother She came up on the special conveying the "legisla-turemen to Winthrop Mr W C Hicklin of Ilick-lins one of The Herald’s good friends was in the city Saturday greeting numerous friends J T Cochran of R F D No 2 was in the city Saturday and Tho nflw visit paid 1 he Herein Oirica a VISlu- Mrs W B Wilson Sr and Miss Fannie WiW spent Mon- day in Charlotte ' 4 --v 4 ! X — -— " Society i The members of the Catawba Chapter of the D A R are requested to meet at Mrs W L Roddey’s at 330 o’clock Thursday afternoon January 23 V The executive committee of the Club Union will meet at four o’clock Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Philip Taylor on East Main St Miss Ethelfleda Steele entertained a few friends last Saturday night in a most pleasing manner at cards V Miss Lillie Earl Sadler entertained a few friends at her home on Johnston street last Friday evening at cards 1 The following invitation was received in the city this morning: “Mr and Mrs Henry Massey request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Mary Lillian to' : Mr Walter Massey Dunlap on the evening of Thursday the sixth of February 1 at eight o'clock at the First Presbyterain Church Rock Hill South Carolina " This marriage is one that is looked forward to with a great deal of interest by the large number of friends of the contracting parties Miss Massey is one of our most popular young ladies and by her sweet womanly manners has endeared herself to all who know her Mr Dunlap of the law-firm of Spencer and Dunlap is one of our most prominent young business men and possesses many admirable traits of character The marriage will be a brilliant social event and will be witnessed by many friends throughout the State The Herald extends congratulations in advance The Monday afternoon club ‘WANT AD” SENSE If you want your telephone bell ringing all day by anxious folks inquiring about your oilers use Herald want ads :::::::::: TELEPHONE NO 21 WANTED WANTED— To sell 'you a hot lunch hen you are ‘ P Alexander when you are hungry night or day J 128 Railroad Avenue It - WANTED— To supply your wants in printed stationery of all descriptions If your supply is getting low phone No 21 or call at The Herald office ’ All work done with neatness and dispatch tf WANTED— Pupils in voice culture For particulars ’pnone or apply to Miss Bessie Powell at Dr Lucas residence l-18-2tw mate on Tomb Stones and Monuments before placing your orders All work Si ar an teed J H McFadden Office o 116 1-2 Main street ' 7-27-tfsw WANTED— Let me make you an esti LOST LOST— Tuesday between Main street and Victoria Mil a gold signet ring with “O L D” engraved thereon Finder please return to this office ar receive liberal reward - l-18-2t LOST— In Rock Hill an old gold bead bracelet Liberal reward if returned to The Herald office 1-8-tfsw - STOLEN STOLEN— From m Monday morning having a large patent my premises early a Kaycycle bicycle a large patent saddle and new front 'wheel Twenty dollars reward for recovery of wheel and conviction of S C Campbell 512 East l-22-2tsw STRAYED' STRAYED— From my premises on (January 13th three hogs two black gilt Slid one 'crippled spotted barrow j Mf-JS WfiBSffci Hill s c r f d No 2 1-22-it was entertained ' by Mrs E L' Barnes Monday afternoon at her homo in Oakland Quite an enjoyable afternoon was spent V Mrs B M Fewell will entertain a number of friends this (Tuesday) afternoon at her home on East Main street The guests of honor being a number of Winthrop teachers and the Graded Schoolteachers : V The following invitation was received in the city Snnday by a number of Mrs Buist’s friends: Mr and Mrs H B Buist -At home January twenty-fourth From 7 to 10 p m 701 Buncombe street Greenville South Carolina 1872 1908 V The many friends of Mrs Blanche Germany (nee Miss Blanche Smith) a former Winthrop girl were glad to welcome her to Rock Hill Saturday She came up with the Legislature and returned Saturday night CONFEDERATE DINNER A GRAND AFFAIR According to an announcement in the last issue of The Herald the Ann White chapter U D C honored the local camp of veterans with a delightful dinner over W W Gill’s store last Saturday about noon A large number of old soldiers was present and the sumptuous feast was greatly enjoyed During the evening eloquent speeches were made by Mr H M Dunlap Capt W L Roddey Mr Samuel Johnson and others At the gathering the camp went on record as opposing the Confederate Home Before the dinner the camp met in Mai' Beckham’s office and re-elected the old officers for the ensuing year We have recently received an interesting souvenir from our r friend and former citizen John Miller Moore Chief Surgeon of the battleship Kansas an itinerary of battleship cruise to the Pacific He is now at Trinidad Spain IF YOU WANT RESULTS: GET THE “WANT AD” HABIT IT IS CHEAP AND EFFECTIVE Wa nts FOR SALE FOR SALE— About ten tons of good meadow hay ' Address W A Garrison Edgemoor S C R F D No 1 l-18-3tsw FOR SALE— Best Barred Rock eggs W H Hope Box Ho $100 a sitting 194 1-22-lt FOR SALE— Several New Home Machines slightly used Will sell at a bargain New machines always on hand Up-to-date all the time ' B W Creed 1-22-4 tw FOR SALE— Blank Leans and Mortgages at The Herald office 1-22-tf FOR SALE— Select Beef and Pork Sausage times at The Palace Market Oysters fresh ! to be had at all It FOR SALE— Good milch cow Apply to or address B F Merritt Rock Hill S C R F D No 1 l-18-2tsw FOR SALE— Cabbage Plants Early Cnarl Jersey Wakefield Charleston Wakefield Henderson’s Succession Flat Dutch and Drum Head Any of the above delivered on short notice at 25 cents per hundred $200 per thousand Apply at The Herald office or 'Phone No 21 1-1-tfsw FOR SALE— Pigs and Shoats to Sam Friedheim wis'' ' FOR SALE— On my farm 2 1-2 miles Northeast of Rock Hillt S C January 22 1905 all of my farming implements arness together with shop tools Sale commences promptly il&tthews l-S-4t BORROWED IF the person who borrowed rope and block will return same to Wm Mitchell at once no questions will be asked ' l-22-2t DR SNYDER COMING' There is a rare treat in store for those who may attend St John’s Methodist Church next I Sunday morning and evening Dr H N Snyder President of Wofford College win deliver an address in the morning at 11 o’clock upon the Laymen’s Mis-1 sipnary Movement and in the Ivening at 780 he will deliver another lecture upon a subject of his own choosing - In the after-1 noon of the same day at 4 o’clock the laymen young and old of all the churches in the city are cordially invited to attend a mass meeting for the purpose of organizing a Laymen’s Missionary Club at which time Mr E A Cole of Charlotte N C will probably make an address The Laymen’s Missionary j Movement has assumed worldwide proportions and everywhere the most prominent business men in the church are coming to I the front and pushing the cause of missions with' a zeal heretofore unknown in the history of j the church This movement as is well known is not sectarian but evangelical in the broadest I sense All denominations have taken hold of it and by many it is haled as the beginning of a! mighty force that if destined ere long to sweep into the kingdom of Christ all the nations of the earth A cordial invitation is extended to every body to attend the morning and evening services and all the men young and old whether members of a church or not are invited to tie) afternoon service T C O’Dell Pastor NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR’S SaLE Notice is hereby given to all pei interested that all the household furai- ture belonging Holler will tie w to the late George P sold by the administrator 1 In front of the residence of said de- ceased on the Oakland Dairy Farm about three miles Northeat of Rock I Hill in said county and State on Friday January 24th 1908 Said sale to I commence at 11 o’clock in the forenoon Said property to be sold at auction to the highest bidder for cash PEOF EOPLES BANK & TRUST CO Administrator Geo P Holler Deceased January 15 2tw PINEULES for the Kidneys SO DAYS' TREATMENT FOR SIOO' "WANT AO" SENSE If you want your telephone bell ringing all day by anxious folks inquiring about your offers use Herald want ads ::::::::: BUSINESS NOTICES -THE NEW Lunch Counter on Railroad Avenue is where you can gqt a nice I lunch night or day 128 Railroad Ave-1 nue It NOTICE is hereby given that all par-1 ties are forbidden to harbor or emp' my wifq Mattie Bailey ley v Coleman Bai-l-18-2t WHEN YOU Need a surrey or want I hauling done for quick service el 191 or see A F Romedy 1-12- PLENTY of Milk Cream and Butter Delivered promptly ’Phone Oakland Dairy Farm 1-1-tfsw - CALL The City Market for anything you need in the meat line We have unloaded a car of steers and hogs from Tennessee Phone 28 for the best : 1-22-tfsw ICE CREAM— Orders filled promptly ’Phone Oakland Dairy Farm 1-1-tfaw WEDDING INVITATIONS— We can furnish them either printed on nice stock or engraved at reasonable prices and promptly Give us your orders The Rock Hill Herald 1-15-tf FOUND FOUND— Wednesday morning near posioffice pair of spectacles Owner 1 at The Herald I 1-18-lt h&te same by applying at T office and paying for this ad FOR KENT FOR RENT— A new store house and three-room dwelling near the Aragon Cotton Mill Apply to J C Cork 1-18 FOR RENT— First-class new modern 8-room house for rent Thoroughly clean and -in flrst-clasa order Comer of Hampton and Moore streets Apply to Mrs V J Orr 406 Hampton street l-ll4t BE Economizes the use of flour butter and eggs makes the biscuit cake and pastry more appetiz-nutritious and wholesome taking ABSOLUTELY PURE This is the only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar It Has No Substitute Tkm an AIm and Phosphate af LIm litefo Mid at lawar prlc M aa haaaakaapar ropardlof lk kaaltk at kar family caa affoi4 ta aaa tbaak ANY BANK'S BUSINESS DEPENDS UPON ITS ASSETS Notwithstanding the recent times of stringency our last statement showed almost one and one-half million assets Our growth shows assets which figures do not express The confidence of the community the long list of new accounts the high standard of our dealings and our ever-increasing growth demonstrate high personal assets We want BUSINESS MORE BUSINESS YOUR BUSINESS No transaction too large none too small 1 for us Write us Visit us -:- The National (Absolutely Safe) Rock Hill S C 23E2BBS3ES232KHnK3iZB2SKB2 We have' as ft cents cigars to be If you don’t " believe it try ’em: We are always glad to show you J L PHILLIPS DRUG CO Huyler’s Agents Mules! Just received a load of fresh Mules Call and see them Prices right 3 E HARSHALL EAtreetC a Powder § © ft :sa Union Banlf good line of5 found anywhere V s' Telephone 111 Mules! : i7 V - A - ! : Y-i '-i M I ‘ ' !r— 1 1 "W

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