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with Royal Baking Powd<
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R ES-O LUT ION S
for the year 1906
don't forget to resolve
to Save Every Penny
that you can. There
fore You Must Buy
Good Goods CHEAP,
This you- can only ac
complish when trading
at 0. KLETTN ER'S,
H eadquarters of Genu
It will be mnoni
to buy from us.
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To Increase 3
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FOR INF0RMATION, call on
ng Powder there is
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oyal Baker and Pastry Cook"
of bread, biscuit and cake
,r. Gratis to any address.
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10 lbs. A. & H. Soda, .(bulk)
4 Boxes Star Lye only 25c.
2 lbs. best Green Coffee 25c.
6 pkgsOur Own W. Powder 25c
5 lbs. Good Rice 25c.
3 boxes Oysters 25c.
2 lbs. California Peaches 25c.
2 lbs. Apricots 25c.
5yds. best Apron Ginghams25c.
j5 yds. Standard Prints 25c.
11 lb. Smoking Tobacco 25c.
11 Bot., 1-2 gal., Pickles 25c.
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get as muchII
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aker, Beats All. Ammoniated
er High-Grade Ingredients.
our agent at your nearest rail
LT & OIL IJOIPNY
)fn S. C.
The Value of Land.
The Comptorller General has jus
completed the following interestin
table showing the value per acre o
land in the state, county by count)
From this table it can be seen tha
land in Anderson county is assesse
at a higher valuation than in an
Aiken ................ 3 1
Anderson .......... ..5..5 3
Bamberg ..............3 0
Barnwell ...............4 6
Charleston ............3 0
Cherokee ..............4 3
Chester ..............4 3
Clarendon .. ............24
Colleton ..............1 5
Darlington ..............3 9
Dorchester ..........-.-..1 4
Edgefield ..............3 9
Fairfield .. .............30
Florence .. 3
Georgetown ............1 3
Greenville ..............4 2'
Greenwood ............ 5 2
Horry .. .. .....---.--.1 1
Kershaw ...............2 3,
Laurens ..............-..4 91
Lee 4.. .... ..... 411
Lexington ..............2 21
Marion.............-.. 3 34
Marlboro ..............4 5
Newberry ............ 4 9f
Oconee ...............-.-.2 3(
Orangeburg ............2 91
Pickens ..............3 1(
Richland ................3 4c
Saluda .. .. .. .. .. --.- 4 4!
Spartanburg ..-..........4 71
Sumter.. ............. 3 45
Union ... .......3 5t
Williamsburg ............1 4(
York ......... --.--.--.4 5
United Confederate Veterans.
The following~ general orders hay'
een received from Gen. Lee and arn
ublished for the information of al
Headquarters United Confederat<
New Orleans, La., January 15, 1906
eneral Orders No. 38.
1. The .general commanding an
iounces that, according to custon
eretofore in force, which leaves t<
he general commanding and the de
>artment of commanders the fixing oi
he date of the reunion, the sixteenti
eunion of the United Confederatw
eterans will be held in the city od
ew Orlenas, La., on April 25th, 26th
ith, 1.906, Wednesday, Thursday
riday. respectively, those days hav
ing been named by our host as satis
2. There are many reasons why the
eunion of 1906 should surpass any
eretofore held. The city of New Or
leans is geographically situated so as
o be easily accessible to a large sec
tion of our federation. It is near the
great Trans-Mississippi department
with its thousands of enthusiastic old
soldiers. and the most populous divi
sions of the other departments are not
distant. The longing of the gallani
emnants of the Confederate armies
o meet each other, which egeh yea1
grows stronger, the peculiar characte:
f the city with its innumerable at
tractions, its old-time streets, its an
tique buildings, its immense shipping
ith couintless craft that float on th<
)osom of the "great river.'' th<
beauty and refinement oft its wvomen
the hospitality of its people-eve:
the most enthusiastie Confederates
the exceedingly low rates made bh
the railroads, all. coupled with th<
)romise of its citizenls (and with then
romise is performance) that thi
gathering shall far surpass all here
tofore held, combine to make thi
:eeting a memorable reunion. Thi
general commanding. then, most ear
nestly urges all camp officers to striv<
to have a large attendance from then
camps, that these aged men ma'
nce more have the pleasure of meet
ing their old comrades in arms.
3. The general commanding witi
:uch pleasure announces, at fhe re
quest of its most energetic president
Mrs. W. J. Behan. that the Confed
erate Southern Memorial associatior
will hold its meeting at the same time.
4. The general commanding sin.
erely hopes that the press of the en
tire country will endeavor to stir ui:
interest in the coming meeting and tc
this end, he requests that this order
t By command of Stephen D. Lee,
1 General Commanding.
f Official: William E. Mickle.
Ad.jutant General and Chief of
v John D. Rockefeller worked in a
7 Thomas F. Ryan was a clerk in a
1 dry goods store.
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You need the individual treatment
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ly impaired vitality, we can help
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pon at the bottom of this column,
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If you think Bromonia is what
you need and do not care to send
coupon, you will d/nd it at all first
class druggists 25 and 50 cts. the
bottle. Special sale being held by
W. E. Weiham & Son, Exclusive
wholesale agents for Newberry,S.C.
All Pleased Witn the Pacific Mutual.
Mr. Ira .B. Jackson, Gen. Agent,
The Pacific Mutual Life Ins. Co.
Dear Sir :--The options offered
me at this time are fully up to my
expectations, and serve to convince
me that the company is conserva
tively and economically managed
in the interest of the policy holders,
or such results could not be obtain
KI shall take pleasure in commend
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Wishing it continued success,
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berry. S. C.
John A. Black.
I.etters Of Administration.
State of South Carolina.
County of N ewb)erry.
By John C. Wilson, Esq.. Probate
Whereas, S. B. Hawkins and R.
S. H-awkins hath made suit to me,
to grant them Letters of Adminis
tration of the Estate of and effects
of D. P. Hawkins.
These are therefore to .cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
-dred and Creditors of the said D.
P. Hawvkins, deceased, that they be
and appear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at Newberry,
on Saturday, February 3rd, next
after publication thereof, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any -they have, why the
said Administration should not be
*Given under my hand, this 18th
day of January Anno Domini, 1906.
JT C. Wilen,
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