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The Movements of Many People
Newberrians and Those Who
Mr. Rutherford Fair is inl the city.
Mr. C. P. Peiham1 is in the city.
Miss Annie Green is visiting rela
tives in Clinton.
Mr. Wilbur F. Huiett spent SuInda;
Mr. H. T. Renwick returned Frida;
Mrs. Alice Gary. of Bartow. Fij
is visiting relatives inl the ( minty.
Mtiss Lalla Rook Simmons spenl
SaturdiJay ald Sun)day inl Clintonl.
.Aliss 61h11Y-z Flemlint, let'l ese
dnav tor her lit'lie inl Sportanrg.
Ils U C. Riohertson, of Challes
tni. i , isiting frietnids inl the city.
T e F, rini 't_htly (111 ch l eets 11hi
M01rninl. with1 Alr.,. W . 11. Illunt.
'te WVvmav's club mt 41n Sa1inrd4a
aflternoon l with \Mrs. 1'. 11. Wri-Oht.
Nir. .1. 1.. K(iierl v sptnlt Siulday i
V ]. ne - .l t - t irt t'to lit,
ut N1 i l l:1' rav.
.1411)(lI 1 * ;1*1w ,tl frorili
M n , I o Wi l i'l t it -. 111nd
li 0. h
l l !, ' .11c . I
W . 1 . li l
Lhip!, one and ei.ght.
31iss Adele D1nh1ar returited 01
Thursday from Cartersville. Florene,
colilty, where she has been teaching.
Ir G. G . Escott. editor of the M\il
'News. pliished at Charlotte. N. C.
Was in the eity vesterday.
Miiss Elma M ilford, of Ant reville
Abbeville countv. is visiting her sis
ter. Mrs. B. P. Mitchell.
Niss Anita Davidson will leave
morrow for Cklum1bia to attend the Ic
Dr. I lt lrinz. 1f 1 ll-t r who ha
been visitin'-, Ir 3. d . Gilder. lef: .o
li.rd l.te hi, hotme.
Capt. .1. W. Gary and Mr. Fus-en
rit1in went II Kinard- o Sundla il
tle aut timohile.
liss Enpheinia Iclintock. of tIh
C01lle4t fo( r WVomIlen in dolum'ii
Spent S:,l'1:ly ;II antd Sa11ay1:t with he
Rev. W\. 1.. Seabroo'k andi Nhis
Franei't.seuahroto k returtne'd 'remn Aui
nust a on Sattunrdlay. whecre t hey hay
heten visit inuu t'r a we'ek tor ten dlays.
M imnauJh is tfeTrinV stome specia
bari-wnins in all lint's thiis week. Rea
his adl an oth ben visit his storye and ir
.spect his good'ts anid be convinced.
Re'v. WV. L. Seabr'ook wvas called
C olumnbia yestetrtday to attend a meet
ing ofI the pubilishin e mmit tee of thI
l'nit ed Synodl oft whlich comminit tee h
The Newherry Library associat io
wviil serve ice cream antd cake on th
A. R. P. lot. corner of Main and Catl
htoutn streets on Fridlay evening fror
5) to 10 0o'clock.
D)r. I Iarrington. of' Texas. who ha
heen visitinu Mrs. S. Pope. went t
Columbnlia on Satturdtay toi visit rehi
lives for a week or ten days. lie wvil
visit Newberry again before retutrn
ing~ to Texas.
It is understood here that a meet
ing of the dispensary investigatio:
c~ommiiittee wvill be1 heldI in the sentat
ebhamber at the state hotuse at Colttm
bia otn Wednesday, thte 22nd, of thi
Rev. Fathter N. A. Murphy, o
Grtenville, was in thte city last weel
and held services witht the member
of his f'aith ini the parlors of the Eid
son htoutse on Satturday morning' a
half past seven.
Mr'. Chas. Bi. Rogers. whto was het
'some titme ago itt tlte interest of tht
- Augusta Chr-oniele, antd whlo secure,
quite a numhtletr .of subscr'ibers an,
got up) data for a write-utp of the cita
was here last week anid explains thas
Ite furnishted the paper with the cop
'op' the write-up, butt thtat the article
hiave never appeared and he does tnc
know why thtey htave not. lie has poi
formed htis part of thte work.
What Is It?
Mtr. C. T. Paysinger found a peet
liar looking wvormi near htis home lat
week. It looks like an ordinar'
worm but wheni you take it in a dar
plae it looks like it was studded wit
'digmonds. 'Whtat is it? -Mr. Paysing
er oul like to know,
REV. D. G. PRILLPS
Receives Cax From Thompson Street
Church to Become Pastor.
At a meeting of tlei members of
Thompson Street A. 11. 1'. Church,
held on last Sabbath, a unaninous
call was extended to Rev. David
Gardiner Phillips, of Atlanta, (la., to
. become pastor of this church to site
eced Dr. MeClintock, whose resigna
tion was accepted some while ago.
Mr. Phillips is now serving the
church in Atlanta, Ga., and it is not
known whether or n'ot he will accept
The following sketch of Mr. Phillips
t is taken from the Centennial History
of tle A. R. P. church published in
David Gardiner Phillips was horn
- in l.ouisville. Ga.. April 12th, 1865.
Hlis pareits were . Davil (. Phillips
s .md Nliss Eliza W. A. Little. In his
voutith le had ."ool etdicational op
e portiunities. lie 'lraduiated l'rom Ers.
kin,e vollee in 18S7. lIle joined the
(.hurch at Ebenezer. (;a.. in V-sS. 1He
was received as a stiudent of Tietology
in NSS hY the Seoint PreshYtery
at 'anmon 'reek elitureh. Newherr\
t unty S. C. I le siudlied Theolo-V at
ile Vest and Princtton. lite was Ii
- insed .\pril 12, . . hY the See
n Preshytery. at Eienezer. (;a.
i ll was. orlaineIt hv lit same Pres
- hyiery .\priI lnth. 1 tn. lis tir-t
i i i I i 1a 1P-010 he serve tihe
u etm11h 1: lartow. Fla. In 181 lie
o ent to pro.perity. 8. ('. In a Short
- inn he emnedl to' lartow. Fla. le
- aIit wk ihn enlld I Cetlar Spring,
andiB Ialley, 8. C. lie was their pas
:m 1 97 to 191. From there he
- . 11ia h ed to .\lA nt:11a chuircht . andtl is
,1 iN thbeir e:liciet: paisto.i
lir was nanritd April 15th.
. t line West. S. C.. to Miss Janie
Wit!vlmln. Iler parentls wvere Dr. d.
W. x-.] lirs. E. Widemlanl.
John lawkins and Charlev )aw
kinls. his cousin, were sitting on the
door step with an old musket for a
plaything. Juo. was eight years old
and Cha rley eleven. This was on
Monday of last week. The old mus
ket "went off." so to speak, and Jno.
- was hit. le died on Saturday and on
Sunday Magistrate Henderson held
- an inquest and the jury returned a
verdict of accidental killing. .
This is the usual sequel when chil
dren play with empty guns Atnd pis
The negroes lived on the Anightry
plae in No. 3 township.
An old musket, even when empty.
is a dangerous plaything.
In Honor Miss rleming.
Miss Nan caughrin entertained
Sdel ightfully a'n Fri day afternoon ini
- ho'notr of her guest. Miss Gladys Flem-.
iIin., of Spartianuir..
The invited guests were: Misses
I Lucille Wilson : Laura Bowman ; Liz
1 zie GIlenn: Moriat Martin:; Bernice
- jMartin: Lucy Speers; Fannie Mae
and Gertrude ('arwvile; Jeanne Pel
ham; Kate Leavell, of Texas. Mautd
- Langford : Bess Gilder: Maud Faiit;
I' Ruby Holloway: Linda Welch ; Nev
P Pope : Thyra Schumpert : Vinnie Mae
Wilson; Ethel anud Genevieve Boozer:
1 Carrie Jones; Ellie Huiet ; Agnes
Summer; Daisy Sehenek; Fannie
- Rlamage; Bess C'arlisle: Eldora WVil
1 liamson ; Mildred Simmons; Hattie
Le*avell; Mary Burton: Lalla Rook
5 Simmons: Martha Jolhnstone ; Flor
'enee Bowman. Mesdames. P. E.
-Scttt: F. N. Martin: W. E. Pelhuam,
1 Jr.; C. D. Weeks: Herman Wright;
-W. H. Hunt ; F. Z. Wilson; J. L.
Kennerly: (0. McR. Holmes; p. G.
- Ellisor: L. W. Floyd: 0. B. Mayer;
1 Roland Spearman : C. E. Bell, of Au
To Work For Herald and News.
Mr. B. B. Leitzsey, who is well and
favorably known by the people of
New~berry~ county. will spend the r'ext
few months in the county solicit.ing
for The Herald and News. Hie is au
thiorized to take flew subscriptions
and1 to reip for them and ror old
Ssubscript ions.- Any courtesy or at
tent ion extended to him wiull be ap
nroeiated by The Herald and News.
tGive him a hearty welcome and y( ur
name if vou are not taking the pa
a per'. If you are lie will be glad to
twrite you a receipt.
Rey. W. T. Duncan, of Greenwood.
will preside over the secopd quarterly
conference. Whtitmire circuit, at Mt.
*t Tabor next Saturday and will preach
y' there on Sunday at 11 o'cloek. He
k will preach at Whitmire at 8:30 p. mn.
A instead of ln a. in.
Witmh, 8. C.
Death of M At
Mrs. Elizabeth Caldwell Gibson
wife of Maj. Albert J. Gibson, died at
her home in No. 2 townsh4p, eight
miles east of Newberry, on Saturda.1
morning at 6 o'clock.
Mrs. Gibson was a daughter of the
1ate Hon. Joseph Caldwell, who Wali
0ne of the signers of the Ordinance
of Secession, and was borix September
25, 1845. She has spett her entire
life very near the home of her birth.
Besides her husband, she is surviv
ed by one sister, Mrs. Joseph 1. Hun
ter, of Newberry, and one brother,
Mr. John Caldwell, who resides in
Georgia, and flve daughters, Misses
Unie, Carrie, Maggie and Nina. nud
Mrs0. B. Cannon, the wife of Prof.
0. B. Cannon. of Newberry coleg e.
She was buried on Sabbath morn11
ing at King's Creek blit-ying ,.nnd
nea1V ier hotme. The funer1 al -er
viees were condnted by Rev. Ilir. .T.
A. B. Seherer.
The pallbearers were Messr.. W. C.
liown. 1. 11. 1.1yes. Fimmns C1 . ( o, it
Geg S. tiNT. Alvin Brown nal 1.
Airs. Gibsonl wa a kind and
fielnate Itiher and a gn-i1 4eijIhor
a1141 a consistent Iembeli of the \. R2.
P. church. and will he missed n)' jnly
from Ite family eirele. but froiml I'l
c,m1mmity 4 and the church.
Death is :1t all timaes sad ut :
always seemed to us espeoially *a I
whlen the wife andi mother are
'or there is ito 4,ne who enn tak. I,.
place of moth I er inl thie home.
Ium n yinjatllly availethli te
hnt Thie llevald :1111 News b It., a
sire thlose who are ereaved an't
brouight inlder ilit rod that it vn
patlizes sineerelv with them.
r-. 1'.. C'. 1\iller. of 01h,arlm4n!1. is
v sii 31r -. S. -1. W ooten.
\llr. L. W. Fl,-yd !ft yesterday for
.\t 1: :ta Io' attend the seed vr1ihir
a- -t*mat i'1.
\li, 'hira C...k is spenmldin -me
time with l her mIlother.
Air. S. Rlochelle. of Maple 1lill. N.
C.. and Miss N.aggie Shealy. t-I lhie
city. were married on Th4mrs'da 'vl
inr at 7:"o. at the home of the bteide's
father, h 1Rev. A. J. Bowers.
The Big Crowds That Pack the Store.
The last week at Hair & Havird's
has proven that the people_of New
berry know the value and when they
see a special sale advertised from the
Right Price Store, the pass-word from
everybody is that vou can buy the
Right Goods at the Right price from
Hair & Havird, they don't fool the
people. The Big Slaughter- Price sale
is still in full blast. You are sure to
get your money's worth when you
buy from them. Ask your i)eighboi
where tlie bought it. The answer is,
"at tlie izht Price store.' Get ill
line and -Zet one of those pretty mnus
linl dresses at 3 1-2 cents the yard, it
is l'illy worth double)1 theit moniey. Iii
fact. the store is p)acked full of Dry
Gonods. Millinery. Shoes and Notions
at Prices Right.
IThe closing exercises of the Sun
shine school near' Walton, taught by
Miss Mamnie Crooks were interesting.
A large crowd from the surrounding
coltmuity attended. The exercises
by the children consisted of dialogues
well anid creditably rendered, showingf
p)aintstakinig care on the part of the
teacher. A bountiful dinnier was serv
ed and much enjoyed.
In the afternoon addresses on edu
cat ional topics were made by County
Superintendent J. S. Wheeler, Mr. H
H. Rikard and Mr. J. B. O'Neall HIol
loway. A neat school b)uilding has
recenitly beetn built, nicely p)ainted and
supplied with patent desks, globes
and other school equipment. Miss
Crooks is doing a good and substan
tial work in this school as the efforts
of the children amply attested. The
peop)le of the community seem alive
to the interests of education. On ev
ery hand are evidences among the
farmers of thrift and intelligent man
agement-flds well terraced, im
proved machinery and all the 'ad
junets that go to make up a prosper
Mexican Water Jars.
The Mexicans do not use ice, but
nevertheless there is no country
where a man can get a glass of cool,
sweet water quicker thanP i9 Mexico
Tewt jars are mad(e of a porous
pottery which allows the water t
ooze through the material of the
tan1ks, and the evap)orationl keeps ii
always cool. It is note' old, 'likq nt
always cool. It is not cold, likho ou
that account, as a man can deink
twice as miuch and never feel in the
least injured, no0 matter how large his
draughts. Alttalian r'anchtne fr0
quently put water into skittb6ttles
which thtey suspend from the eti4a
and. the hit' swating the 'skIia I
and. torh liools the watet' in ~ qzdt
411111 q v . owe
DIL J. WArAW. PMLAI
Died At Ashevine Lst Friday-Fc
Many Years A Rspcted Oiti
zen of Newberry.
Dr. James Wardlaw Pelham,
brotithther of Dr, W. E. Peliham, atin
for many years a citi.en of Newberri
died at Asheville last Friday aftei
noon and was buried in Columbi
Sunday. He had many friends i
Newberry who will regret to hear c
The Herald and News publishes be
low a notice from the Columbia Stat
and also from the Asheville Gazettt
The remains of Dr. James Wari
law 1 Pe1ham, whose death oceurred 1
the Clarence Barker 'Memorial lio
pital in Biltiore Friday evening
were broulIt to this city last Ili
'ln tihe traiin fr(lio Asheville for ir
ermient in the f'amily plot in EAn
Womd eeietery t1his afternoon. Th
hody was aveoinpanlied by seven
members of tle t'amily aid repr(
sentatives of several of tihe fraternt
orders of Asheville. of whieh he wa
Tle fluneral servives will be hel
this a tt ern1ooni a1 t Ie Fi irst PIresA
terianl curch bein c ondited hv ti
'.ast telt, IZeV. Samuel 11 . ,mnitl
Serviees vill als- Ibe e, u111dn1iete at tl
1 are.C by trhel (ulia i Imder
N . 4. iii- ts TeplliP -. il 'yren
comm1:iM.11lery of .\sheville. of' whi
hw a membe *r, will he 1t-ereente
a the timral hy 'Mr. W. S. Cinil an
.b bekVille 1l1d _e. Kiihlts Il' Py .thi'v
sent a- an esvort Messrs. F. (
V1 -Iter ad1141 W. F. Stoney.
Dr. Pelham. altho -hl . a native I
('4111lubia. has not resided here sit
ealv liyfe. The last 15 years of h
lite were spent in Asheville. whei
he was elae in t driu businles
Several weeks ne' he was seized wit
li:-ease t' the kidneys anid was take
to tile hospital at Biltlmore, where I
41radually 'nrew worse uintil tile en
which came Fridav afternoon at 7.
Dr. Pelham was born in Columbi
November 22, 1I6. He was tl
youngest son of Prof. Charles P. Pe
ham and his wife, Jane Dunlap Pe
ham. The father of Dr. Pelham wi
for many years during the ante-be
lum days professor of Latin and be
les letters in the South Carolina co
lege and for years after the war wi
editor and proprietor of the Dail
Southern Guardian of this city. Th
paper was the leading exponent <
State's rights published at the capiti
and always exerted a potent influeng
in the exposure and dethronement <
radicalism in the State after the wi
between the sections. Prof. Peliha
was later on, and until the time of h
death, the editor of the Columb
Daily Register. He was one of ti
leaders in the struggle for white si
preacy prior to andii during the ean
paigns that led to the great red shi:
demonstrations of 1876.
Dr. Pelham attended the nmale ac.
demy in this city presided over 13
Capt. Hugh S. Thompson until tI
spring of 1877, when lie removedi
Newberry and engaged in the dri
business ini the einploy of his brothe
Dr. W. E. Pelhiam. He later attende
the Jefferson Medical college of Phili
delphlia,.where lie was graduated wit
the degree of M. D. in 1900. Afta
his graduation, lhe was ap)pointe
house surgeon at the Blockley ho
pital in Philadelphia and held th
position for about a year and a ha
when lhe was stricken with bloc
poisoning in the dlischarge of his su
gical work. After a desperate illner
of nearly two yecars lie recov'ered bi
was never able to resume the practic
of medicine. Since that time he he
conducted a successful drug busineu
ini Asheville, known as the Carolini
lie was a meniber of the Ashevill
lodge No. 106, Knights of Pythiia
the Blue Ridge lodge of Odd Fellow
the Mount Herman lodge No. 188, J
F. M., the Asheville chapter No. 2!
Royal Arch Masons, the Cyrent
comma ndery No. -5, Knights Temi
lar, and of the Oasis- Temple of til
Mystic Shrine at Charlotte. He we
a staunch member of the Presbyteria
church at Newberry.
lUp is survived by two brothers, D
William E. Pelham, of Newberry, an
Dr. Samuel D. Pelham, of Asheville
and by t wo sisters, Mrp. W. M. Whee
er. of Greenville, and Mrs. Joseph I
Sullivan, of Laurenis. 'Messrs. John '
and William H. McCaw of this cit
are his niepheiws. .
The members of all of the lodges (
Knights of Pythias in the city' and (
Columbia commandery, Knighi
Templar, will attend the funeral-in
.The fol lgwinmg is from Ashevill Ge
Dr. Janiek Wardlaw PAlhami diedi
the Clarence Barkey' Memoriad Jusj
o'clock, after an acute illness of "eV
eral weeks/ He was taken. to thi l1t.
more hospital three weeks- igo qnd
ir 'gradually grew worse 'until death e\j
sued Friday evening. br. Pelham
Was one of the best known (ruggists
in Asheville,a talented physician, and
a man who numbered his friends by
L the hundreds. He was proprietor of
"Y the Carolina pharmacy in this city,
coming to Ashaville from South Caro.
a lina several yeas ago to engage in
n business. He was about 45 years of
f age; unmarried and is survived by his
sisters, Mrs. M. W. Wheeler, of
Greenville, Mrs. Joseph H. Sullivan,
e of Laurens, S. C., ans two brothers,
Dr. N. E. Pelham, of Ne,wberry, S.
C.j and S. D. Pelham, of Asheville.
hr. Pelham was a member of one of
'the oldest families in South Carolina
Ile was a son of Prof. Chas. P. Pel
ham of the South-Carolina college and
for a long time identified with jour
nalisn in the Palmetto state. He was
a graduate of Jefferson Medical col
e ege. Philadelphia, taking the degree
of M. . in 1890. He practiced med
icine for a number of years but after
coning to Asheville gave up the prae
tice of' his profession on account of
his health and entered the drug husi
ne.ss. Dr. Pelliam was a member of
several secret orders. Asheville lodge.
No. 106. K. of P., Blue Ridge lodge,
1. 0. 0. F., Mount Ilet oni lode, 188,
A. V . & A. M., the AshevilIg chapter.
1 -'57. v -y1l Arch lfi.,;n1s. thle Cy.renw
C:Imnlandery. No. 5. Knilts Tem
h I Mr andt t he O)asis Temip1- ' th !
Ite Shrine at ('ha rlotte, . a oiz
Teplilwit.. k'harlotte . C.. 1). 0. K. K.
il,. Iva, o ' *, U '. I'm
- ehnre~th of Ne\:Qr I -.
The remains will he taken to Co
Siumhia. S. C.. this afternoon at 4
oClock 'or iiterment in Eln wood
semnete(rY. Thel Paillbearers here will
hVeli Chariles F. donles. i. 1.. Mur11phy\.
' F. O'('. Fletcher, Dr. C. 1'. Ambler.
h 1)1r. It. V. Ha-,lI an,1 W altvi' S. Cainl.
I,MeIhers of Asheville and Pisgah
lodles. K. ot' I".. and the Masons of
' Asheville will aiccomnpany the remains
5 to the station.this afternoon. The Co
lumbia commandery, No. 2, will con
duct the Knights Templar services.
New York Tribune.
is Since 1840 thirty British peers or
- eldest sons ~of peers have married in
- the United States. Of these thirteen
- have no children at all, ,five have no
's sons and five have only one son. The
total number of peers' children with
s- American mothers is thirty-nine, of
of whom eighteen are sons.
it During the same period twenty
e three peers or eldest soius of peers
I have married in the colonies. Four
ir have no children, seven have one son,
r eight have two sons and two have
s three sons.
a That is to say, though the number
ie of colonial peeresses is seven less than
Sthe numb)er of American peresses,
they hav-e nearly twice as many chmil
Lt dreni, and, while six of them have nmeg
lected to present their husbands wvith
Sheirs, nineteen Americans are guilty
'Y of the same neglect.
e Ini the lowver ranks of the aristoe
:0 racy the figures are evenm more start
gling. Of Americans who are the wives
r, of Englishmmen with a courtesy title or
ii baronetey, there are forty-four. Of
- these seventeen, or nearly half, have
hi no e'Uildren and eight have only one
d It therefore comes to this, that
- since 1840 the number of titled Amer
s icans, exclusive of knights' wives, has
drisenm to seventy-four, of v;hom thirty
are childless and fourteen hav'e but
'~In the face of these figures, the
t contention that by means of Ameri
ecan brides fresh vigor may be import
5ed info the British aristocracy is
s merely ridiculous.
e Old Subscriber-You've beeni print.
s, ing lies about me.
i, Editor-i sincerely regret it, and
t. it will neer occur again-except, of
5, course, wh'len we print your obitgary.
*e -Hotel Life.
e Maude-Did 'young Sapheigh get
iS down on his kntees when he proposed
n to yen?. .
Clr-Ral I can't say, but lie
-. already- had down on his ulper' lip.
d Chuicag~o News.
. Green--Whmo was the greatest liar
y Br'.wn-Old Rip Van Winkle.
Green--Howv do you figure that
fBrowni-Whly, didn't lie lie ini the
Swoods for twenf y 'years1 hcg
a News. iao
SHAW'S PURII MALT.is only sold
'- in the 'original bottling, and thme
hole in the center of the label is pat
it ehted-lwayd insist on "the label
Lwith the hole." F~or sale at the
date 'for reIl9tion II
county superintendent of :educatot
subject to the demoertid primary.
J. S. Wheeler.
For Magistrate Nos. I and .8.
Jesse L. Burns Is hereby nominated
as a candidate for magistrate for
fownships Nos. 1 and 8, and is pledged
to abide the result of the Democratic
For County Auditor.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for auditor of Newberry County,
subject to the rules of the Democratic
0. M. Buzhardt.
R. C. Counts is hereby nominated
for the office of Auditor for Newber
ry county, subject to the rules of the <
W. W. Cromer is hereby announced
as a candidate for re-election as Au
ditor for Ne,wherry county and will
abide resoflt democratic primary.
Mr. J. P. Cannon is hereby announ
Ced for re-election as sub-s'upervisor
and is pledged to abide the result of
the democratic primuary.
'or Probate Judge.
:on is hereby annour '
eI -(Idate 1% re-election to e
I ht ei'y announce myself a caiidi
date for Supervisor for Newbet-ry
cinty. " ject to the Democrvtic
primary. J. C. Dom11inic'..
Juo. L. Epps is :ere!.)- ;n:uaounced
for county Treasurer to ic'd him
self. Subject to the Democratic pri
"FOR ONE WEEK" we will pay
"HIGHEST CASR PRIOES" for
Children's and Infants' clothing at
The Racket Store.
SPECIALS-4 yds. by 3 3-S yds. Lace
Curtains for $1.10, worth $3.00.
Linen Shades for 24 cents and 34
cents, worth 40 and 50 cents. 6
spools J. & P. Coats' cotton thread
for 25 cents. The Racket St'ore is the
place to get your money's worth.
WOOD WANTED.-Will pay $2.90
pe,r cord for four foot dry )in;e wood,
to be delivered between now and Nov.
1st, -1906. Those wishing to make
contract will come at once before we
have bought supply.
The Mollohon Mfg. Co,
FROFESSIONAL, NOTICE-I have
discontinued the general practice of
medicine, and will, hereafter, do only
oficee and consultation work. Ofiee
for the next 2 months at residenice.
Geo. Y. Hunter, M. D.
CASH-paid for children's and lad
ies' clothing for ten days at the
LaINEN-windowv shades 24 ets. each. j
2 yds. by 3 1-2 yds. lace curtains
for $1.10 per pair. 6 spools J. & P.
Coats cotton at 25 cents, and many
other bargains at the Racket store.
FARMERS BRING ME YOUR Seed
Why do you carry your seed else
wvhere, do you make anything by do
ing so. Farmers Oil Mill,
J. HI. Wicker, Mgr.
GIVE The Laurenis Laundry a trial.
Laundry sent Thursday, Work
WHEN You have that "tired feel
ing'' and havo no energy try
Shaw's Pure Malt. It will build you
right up. For sale at the
LOOK HERE FARMERS-When
you are through p)lanting, bring me
all the seed you have left over, 5bu.
or 500, I want them,
Farmers Oil Mill.
.J. IH. Wicker, Mgr.
for Bicycle sunidries and repairp.
Will do your repairing promptly and
guaran tee satijsfaction. .
LAUREN45 L BR,--.est by test.