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The Movements of Many Peo
Newberrians and Those Who
Miss Flourne.y, trimmner for 1]
and Havird, left for lier h1om1e ill
Janta onl Tuesday.
Mrl's. J. J. Har(dy, of Lavollia, (
is visiting Irs. Alan Johnstoie
Miss Mary Ieilig and Miss An
Welsh, of Mt. Pleasant, N. C.,
Spending a few days With Mrs. .J.
Alliss Boyd, Wolii hits ha(I charge
the millinery deparit mei at M.
'. TaIrrailt 's. left for ler homlie
Atian1a on Tuesday.
Dr. WNilliam 1 [hivile Leavell N,
1 reach I at . Aveleih Pr e'lhy ter
chur11-ch i(ex( SilaidyI m1ornilig it
1'(lock. the puiblic is cor41ially
'I'le Ashley Manufaeturing e
panly his re-eived notice that lie i1
chines are eni roue n(d it is expeel
lie plant will be started in a f
Th'e ma1lhines fir t Ie brar
of tle Exeelsi'lr Knittin -r mi
of Union whitc1h has been estI
lishell inl NewherrY have arrived a
the plait has been stalted.
'hllere will he service a St. Iluki
El piscoal 'l Ichlreli next Sunday mol
inl_ aIt 11 o'clock, withl velebraltionl
the IHoly Communion by Rev.
Tri-acy Wailsl. There will he no ev<
Mr'. A. C. Jonles candida(ite fol g
erlv had to coile bomle after thlie
elitn meetill(g at St. George on I
count of illness in his family but h<
es to he able to joinl the p liay t t
first meetinl.g next week.
r.W. 11. A nidersonl. of (Greenwi w
was inl Newherrv this week. 1Ie I
rvnted] one of1 thet stoore rollms inl I
S"It 10(ck m1 will ill,ve to Newb),
ry1:111 openl business abhout thle fi
Of September. ''lThe 1lerald ad Ne
welcomes Ar. Aidersoin lo Nvwher
The work 41f vxevatliG.- for the n,
technological buildfinig at tile coill
hs eomlllenced. It is hoped tihat I
Wo'k of '4c list I'lt ion lilt the buildi
11nV be coineilleledI very sool at
when it is it will Ie push ralli(
fr olomplet it'll.
Captured in Columbia.
Mastrate 'allilon (;. Blease \\
in ('l1inihia onl 11onlIaY 111d w%I)
ther. pivl ked up Nlilled'-e (revien e
wlee.1a1tell for vioilaillo 41,tcii
N ewherTv colillIv. (;I-e,11ws
reAtedla v '411111 nl h Newherrv.1
wa Iried bef,ore ib"ishrt .. . 1.
sev thit avyIlid 1n the chain alm
Ib' is nwser'vinug hiis stent'ee
Big Furniture Sale.
te advet'tisemnet of4 K ihler. I)tem
and44 company,iilV wvho will 441 Ih i(l
of .July moe111h4s4rerom
1etl vaenUtd h'llv ( '('ohuiiil liroth1e4
leyt' Ihimre a veriv haIyie sto41h lit Il
lit ure' whi'h was bouighit beore 14'I
rise4 inl pricet ma14 thiat friom 10 to
lper eenii less than1 tic ('ost of liirl
Ihis furnll itr for S s i das hetrini
know4V ilis Iirmii1( tob 'e conservati
andit when they say (cosh they meanOh
so if yon are iin needl oft any fur'
lure orI aniytin lg else in thieir 1line ti
is yon r iIoporuinity' to secure it. T
sale wvill he for caush. A fter' they I
miovedi into t heir new quarteris
town they wvill c'ontiuie to sell I
cash ori instalhlment.
The imeet inug of the Stiate HIM
Fre'e 1 )elivery assoc'iat ion will be hi
at. Laureuts, S. C., July 3rd and d1
Let all the carriiers at tend.
Far'e r'ounid tiip $1.28. 0Good
2nld, 3rd, '4th, and 5t h.
W. ('. Peterson,
The First Cotton Bloom.
The first cot ton bloom of the a
son was seen ini N'ewberry yester<
by a r'ep'rsentative of The HTei
and News. It was taken from a I
acre fld cultvatied by Mr. C.
Eddy, alt Jalapa.
Death of Mrs. Geo. A. Setzler.
Mr's. Famrite Setzler, wife of
G. A. Setzler,- dropped dead at
home in Pomaria on Tuesday.
was 02 years old. She was burie
BIethlehlem church, the ser vice bc
I"' conducted by Rev. J. J. Long.
Mrs. Setzler was a sister of
Gee. -B. Cromer and Mr. Jo
le, One to be Held at Newberry on Jul)
9 Under Direction of
. Wo call especial attention to thl
Itinerary of the Clemson College Ex.
tension Car, and we desire to urg(
that a large number of our farmerf
a, and other citizens give the inattei
on their cor(lial interest when the party
holds its institute at Newberry on
.July 9th. Professor Harper, thle di
nie rector writes that lie will have the
t e ears fille(d with interesting 'things.
A. hllere are many objects of special in
terest also to the ladies and sehool
of chlil(Irel. Let us give the managers a
full and warm welcome. Let every
i (t, n, nan who lhas ever attende(I
Clemison c ollege from this county be
IIn hIlan( and d(1( his part towards mak
-ill in, tle institute a Complete success.
an We ap)pend the schedule:
It L,iberty, -July 2nd.
in- (reenville, July 3rd.
Standing Spring School House,
"- (rove Station, July 4th.
a- Pelzer, Jlly 5th.
eI Ifonea Path, July 6th.
hGreenwood, July 7th.
Newber.ry. July 9th.
cl Alston, July 10th.
1s - Jenkinsville. .JulV 10th.
th- Carlisle. JulV 11th.
nd Union, Jiuly 12th.
.J1nesvilie. July 13th.
Wvest Springos. #July 13th.
's Pacolet, .July 14th.
-n- Spart anburg, July 16th.
of (hiffney, July 17th.
T. lilackshm-g. Julv 18th.
I-- Sharon, 'Juily 19t.
Yorkville, July 20th.
Hoek 1ill, July 21st.
P Fort Mtill, July 23rd.
Pleasant Valley, July 23rd.
Laneaster, Juilv 24th.
Anltioch School llouse, July 24th.
he Ilgin, Juily 25th.
Kershaw. Julv 26th.
Id. Camden, .July 2Sth.
as Betline, 'July 27th.
lie Winnsior., -Jully 30th.
.. 1lilackstm.k, .Jiuly 31st.
rSt Chetster. Alulust 1st.
Ws 'ros-fipect Chureb, Alu'uist 1st.
y. IinmanOu. Anguist 2nd.
Oakland, August 2nd.
t' Greer, August 3rd.
ge Pickens, August 4th.
lie vest m i nist e r, August 6th.
ng Oakway, August 6th.
Death of Mrs. Carrie Caldwell.
Mr. lartlha Caroline Caldwell died
It her home in No. 2 townsiipi onl
JS 1ne 19. 1906, in her 82nd year, hav
inl,- been Ihorn Marcli 14, 1825.
li 1.R41 she was married to Mr. Tr.
t . Caldwell, who died December 14,
1872. Before li mariae she wa. a
Nliss Wilson. -Sh;. was a first cousin
to her first usbani :ud an -mnt to
fi o r t lie last several years Mr. A. .
G ibson an h11 iis famnily havye mnade
hleir home wit h Mrs. 'aiwell in
her handii 1someu (coun1tr y r'esidee ('iCsomei
to teni miles fromi Newhierry.
is Shie was buried at K(ing~s Creek on
-s1 Wedn iesd1ay at 10 o'(lock. Mrs. C'ald
'c- well never lhaid any clhildreni. She was
rs. a 24'0d womaniii and4( a goo'd necighblor
r- andu itnmeh beloved~ byv all who knew
''A Likely Candidate."
Ir. A. (. Jones, lie las of th len
i Ues fori governorio, appeara s to4 hiave
doe veyi eldi his openling spech~(l
it, yetray. He dla('redl his oppos)i5
tito te dlispenisariy in clear and
Sthing is rotten and( that the only way
toi cure it is to kill it. HeI did not
ilpaltr withI thle 'or'rupt macline, say..
.r mig that he bieliev'ed in it, if '' they
wuld oinly turn lie rascals out, '' biut,
regarding" it as the nursery of rascals,
lie madlell it clear t hat th le only hope for
lie state( was in strangling thle un
ail ('lean t hing. Tho thle extent thait lie is
Id o1posedl to the dlispensary is Mr'.
th- Jones' a likely caiididate or goveirnor.
'Te abiove is from the News and
roir Com;rier' and we agree that Mr. ,Jones'
p)0 lat form is alrighit.
'City Editer Greenville News.
Mr'. R?alph E. Girieir, whlo has been
on the reportorial staff of the Char
en.. leston News and Courier dur'ing the
lay past three years, has recently been
aid OtYered1 and has accepted the position
en-. of city edlitor of the Greenville Dail3
B. News, lie will take charge of the 10.
cal department of thtat piaper on July
1st.--.A. RI. Pr'esbyterian,
Mr. Girier' is a good newspaper man
Dr.. and his many friends wish for hin
her nmch success in the new field of ha.
She bor which lie has chosen. His wvor1<
at on the News and Courier has, beer
ing char acter ized by eneigy and 'ability
of a high oider, and the Greenvihk
Dr. News is for tumate in seenring his 5er.
A. vices in the importAnt positio'n of cit~
OPENING Or NEV AL.
Masons to Oelebrate B e*avt With at
Elaborate Banquet i ,
Tle members of Amity. Lodge No
87, A. F. M., of Newberry, Will cele
brate the occupancy of their n'ew ma
sonic hall with a most delightful banl
quet this evening at 9 o'clock.
The banqtet will be serve by the
Bachelor Maids in the second.story o:
the Newberry Hardware compa.nz
store. It was the purpose to have the
banquet in the new ball w1hich iQ
about completed, and wlch will be
used jointly by the Masons an(i
Knights of Pythias, but the steps t<
the first floor of the Fraternity hail
biuildilg have not been coipletel and,
therefore, the banquiet will be served
Tle Masons and Knights of Pythia9
will have one of tle most lhandsom
halls in the state, and it will be ready
for ocenpancy in a very short time.
GEN. YOUMAN'S LETTER.
Impossible to Attend 0ampaign
Meetings and Discharge
Duties of His Office.
Attorney General Youmans, who
has not been able to join the eam
paigl oil account. of pressing (ut1ics
in connection with his office, set the
following letter to the chairman at
the Charleston meeting which was
read and printed in the News and
Corier of yesterday. The Ilerald
and News had hoped that General
Yomnans. in view of his eminent ser
vices to his state at a time when she
needed nien. would be honored with
the positiol to which he has been ap
pointed by the governor by an elec
tion of the people for a full leirn,
The following is his letter:
Chairman Sinkler then read the
To the Hon. D. L. Sinklbr. Chair
mani Couity Executive Commit tee
Dear Sir: Will you be kind enlouh
to an1nounee for me to my hihly es
teemed friends and fellow citizens of
Charleston county, who will assemlble
tomorro'w afternoon to hear the ean
didates for state offices, that I am a
candidate for the position of attor
Ordinarily it would be my duty, as
well as my pleasure. to take part in
the canvass and meet my fellow citi
zens and address them throughout the
state. I have, however, hut recently
beeIn appointed attorney gener-al and
I nidl tlat, owing to the aeclmulation
of business, it will be impossible for
me. withont neglecting the duties of
my position. to absent myself from
the offlee and take part in tle ,cam
pa i n1.
The <uwstion resolves itself, wheth
er T sh II a t end to my duie s, which
I have sworn Io perform. and for
whicdh I an paid a salary, or look af
ter my interest ini meet ing the voters
of the state and canvassing for votes.
It seems to me p)lain that I should
(deide. to perfotrm thec duties of the
otliee even at the risk of being
thought naegligent of my own inter
New and import antI qutest ions* are
airising daily and are being referred
to myi oflice, wichl need p)romptlt and
earefuli attention. It is my dulty~ as
at torney general to be at my offie to
advise the governor and ot her offcers
of state on these and all other ques
tions which may come before them.
I am no stranger to the pleople of
South Carolina. I was born and rais
ed in her borders and have served as
attorney general and as district at
torney, and my recor'd is open for in
spection of any voter. If I have done
my duty before, it is fair to presume
that I will (10 my duty again. The
record of my past is a better guar
antee of my future conduct than any
promise I can make (luring thes heat
of a campaign.
Desj>ite all this, T sincerely hope
that before the campaign closes il
may he my good fortune to meet and
address -my fellow citizens.
LeRoy F. Youmans.
Bargain sale to a quick purchlaser
A large stock of Dry Goods, Millinery
Hats, Shoes, and Clothing. bids foi
this stock will be received uip to 1(
A. M. July 2, 1906, subject to th6' ap.
proval of the creditors.
Nowberry, S. C.
U. D. C. Meeting.
There will be a call meetij 0:
D)rayton Rutherford Chapter, 1,. O
C. next Tuesday'afternoon ;Af th~
home.60 the 'prosident, Mrs. W'
Hunt, at 5: 30 o'elock.
Mrs. P. E. Scott,
S oet e~
THE, tEWa F PR 'E13P
Death of Mrs. 0ook-Dr. Wilson
Preaches--Need a otion Muin
Prosperity, S. C., June 21.-Mr. Asnd
Mrs. Mark Bedenbaughk spent last.
last week with relatives in Atlita.
Mrs. B. L. Dominick- is spending
the week with her daugh.ter, Mrs.
Mr. F. Raymond Fellers is at home
for the marriage.
Again has the O'Neall sectioi been
saddened by the-death of Mrs. Happy
Cook. She had bei sicki for quite a
while. She was seventy-sevei years
old and leaves f ur children, twenty
five grandchildren, and five great
grandelildren and a host of friends
to morn her death.
She was laid to rest in Prosperity
cemetery on Tuesday, the funeral ser
vice being conducted by Rev. W. H.
We are requested to announce that
Rev. J. H. Wilson, D. D., will preach'
in St. Lukes church for Rev. S. P.
Koon, pastor, next Sunday, June 27th.
Dr. Wilson is financial agent. for the
Lutheran Orphan Home at Salem, Va.
- Dr. E. Haskell Kibler, of West Vir
ginia, is on a visit to his sister, Mrs.
A. A. Singley. There is a strong prob
ability that Dr. Kibler will return to
South Carolina for the practice of his
Mrs. Janie Witherspoon Cook is
visiting her mother this week.
Mrs. Willie Blanton, of Granite
ville, will visit the home folks this
Miss Ethel Counts, delegate from
Winthrop to the Interstate Y. W. C.
A. convention at Asheville, N. C., re
tyrned home and reports a very good
Ira B. Nates, of Ctoluimbia, who was
up for commencement, has returned
to the city and his work.
Miss Roberta Lathan, of Little
Mountain, who is quite sick, is re
ported to be a little better at this
Our town has a new marshal. Mr.
Oxner who has dole such good work
in Pomaria, has been employed by
our town, and lie will weild the ''bil
ly'' and command the peace.
Mr. 0. B. Simpson is now in the line t
of the Sumter baseball team. We
have no doubt but what we will hear
good reports from 'Rip.' We are
sure that his record as a piteher will
he wias like ''cuffee'''' was, just still
The Jolly Dozen had a handker
chief shower in behalf of the bride
eleet on Friday evening.
Mrs. A. J. Bowers, of Newberry, is
visiting Mrs. M. 0. J. Kreps.
,Iiss Eva Lester left on Monday for
Gainesville, GO. She will take a
co1urse in the Brenon Conservatory of
Messrs. A. J. and L. B.-Bedenbaugh
are at home from college for the Va
Thme Sorosis will hold their next
mieet ing with Mrs. F. E. Schumpert.
Study Subject-Edward Bulwer,
ist.-Justness or' UJnjustness of the
Criticisms of Bulwver, Mrs. C. M.
2nd.-Or'al Review. The Diream of
Arbaces (Last Days of Pompeii) Mrs.
C. M. Harmon.
3lrd.--Recit.ation-''T?hiere is No
D)eath,'' Miss Marie Rengin.
'It is a very dry tiine for news and
we wonder some times what we would
(10 if it weire not for our. friends and
especially the young.ladies-who kind
!y jot down the newvs from day to day,
and youir correspondent wishes to
thank thenm one and all and trust to
get even more news, in the future.
Our farmers 'are as busy as bees
now and are doing all they can to put
.general green out of business. Many
peas~ are being sowed and planted..
We heard one party say that so far
lie wvas like ''coffee'' was, just still
planting and not working a bit in the
Labor is quite scarce. One party
told me that they could not get any
work done for love or money. Farm
ers- are behind with their wvork and
crops are two wveeks late.
At last we see one lone candidate
for the legislatui-e has ''showed'' his
head and' now we may look out for a
full crop. Don 't decide until the full
erop is up and then pick out your
We see that Senator Tillman has
opposition. We wonder if -the asser
tion 6f the Business Men's Magazine
will come true. Who is Mr. Lump
has reentered the i'ace fhr governor.
Mt. Jonies in an aggressive candidate
and fighter. We make the prediction
that Ansel and Jones will run the race
The pppulation of our town is grow
ing somne, in .fact, two newv comners.
have arrived recently. One will rmaake
1)is lior witli Mr.. , Steele,.tbe
ther will ,ipake. her' home with Mr.
.L. Gaston. Celisi:atulat oni.
One of the needs/ef our town is a
,otton mill. Ve wonder if ' any of
"we'ns'' who are, living will ever
Lear the whiistle sound or the bell of
[I factory in our life time. We hope
The annual ifieetin.g of the Prosper
ity Cotton Oil'eompany was held last
week. The report showed solne mon
%y was made. The old board and of
1leers were reelected.
Our people are looking forward to
that illustrated edition of The Herald
and News and want to see it come out
in all its beauty ill the near future.
Mr. H1. K. Livingston is experiment
ing with a dlriven well or bored well
f some kind of a new well, and is
putting down his piping just on the
4de of, the street, If lie suceeds in
xettinlg a sufficiont supply of water
we have no doubt but what there will
4e a number of them put down. They
will be cheap and very convenient.
WVe will tell you of the success in our
Dr. J. I. Bedenbaugh has begun to
se his motorcycle again. He made a
trip of over thirty miles, called to see
two patients and met Dr. Nichols in
-onsultation and was back in town in
lve hours and no tired horse.
Your corr-espondent was the recip
eut of an eight pound carp on Mon
lay through the kindness of Mr. C.
AT. Stoudlenlyer. We ate fish until
re felt like we could almost s*im.
Messrs. Thad Wise and Rev. J. S.
'lmoire, of Plains, Ga., visited Mr.
nid Mrs. A. 0. Wise the past week.
Mr. Frank Mower of Newberry,
Vas in town a short time this week,
he guest of Mr. A. 0. Wise.
Rev. J. B. Derrick, of Augusta, Ga.,
-isited relatives inl the town the past
Miss Hannah Wilson, of Salisbury,
. C., is the guest of Mrs. J. F.
3rowne this week.
Miss Gertrude Cappelman, of Char
estoi, is visiting Mrs. J. F. Browne
mnd other Elizahethan schoolmates
Mr. Eugene Correll, of Concord, N.
. is tihe "'nest of John Pat Wise.
Rev. Mr. Kennedy, of Florida, was
n town Wednesday evening i at
endanee upon the Moseley-Copeland
The home of l\r. and Mrs. J. T.
iayes was thqscene of a very pret
y wedding on Thursd-y evening,
rhein their eldest daughter Car
>ine Mayes, Mr. George Le
anld Sulmner W(e united in
narriage by their pastor, the Rev.
V. L. Seabrook, of the Lutheran
iureh of the Redeemer.
The house was a bower of beauty
rith its graceful decorations of tail
n vines, pot plants and cut (loVers.
lie piazza and trees on the lawn was
ibooth of flowers, underneath which
tliss Genevieve Boozer and Miss
~i(1dred Simmons served fruit pu nch
o the guests (luring the evening.
The ceremony was performed under
igraceful arch in the parlor of the
Kittie Mayes, the sister of the bride,
.uas the maidl of- honor and Nancy
[Fox andl Mary C'hahn ers, thle bride 's
tttendlants. Benedliet MNayer and
Iarry Summer were the ribbon b)ear
Fo)llowinug the children thle groom
mntered with his best man, Mr. Hugh
sumnmer and the bride with hier fathi
ur, Mr.; J. T. Mayes.
The bride was gowned. in a lovely
reation of white china silk and car'
iedl a shower boquet of br'ide 's roses
mad lillies of thme valley.
Miss Kittie Mayes, sister of the
)ride and maid of honor, wore p)ink
>rgandie and carried pinlk carnations.
In loving remembrance of husband
mud father,-'Allen Lutheri Whitman,
who today one month ago, was laid
o rest in Chapman cemetery, having
'assed from life unto death at Pros
erity, S. C.' Age 53 year's, 10 months
mud 15 (lays.
Blumber sweetly dearest loved one
Dn thy lowly couch of rest,
WhTlile we kneel and try to murmur
Ltod does all thin/gs for. the best.
F-eaven retaineth 'now our treasure,
Iarth the lovely casket keeps,
Bunt the sunbeams love to linger
Where our sainted loved one sleeps.
A lady teacher is wanted to teach
the Burton school (No. 46.) during
the next termi commencing 2nd week
in October anid continuing for seven
or' eight months thereafter.
All applications that are received
prior<to the 29th, Inst, will be duly
Please mall your app'lications to
Dr. W. D~. tHenn, Newberry, 8. C.,
R. F No4
The niatrg r., io
ott Copelaid,."f 'Clintoir,aiidft
Sarah Loga Voseeyof g
was solemnised.6 t the h11n elome
of the bride's parents n th, suberb
pf Prosperity, Mr.,-n Ms.. 0
,Moseley on Wednesday~evening,Jnne
, The bridal party ass6mbled promot
ly at 8:30 o'clock. in the back hall
forming'a double circle around the
bride. The bride was lovely in.a
gown of whit6 Louisine silk hand
somely trimmed inD, Duehesse lace, and
carrying a huge boquet 'of bride's
Miss Lula Mos.eley, sister of the
bride, and. maid of honor, wore la
heavy handsome pink gown, carrying
pink carnations. There were six
bridesmaids and greomsmen, the brid
esinaids wearing white gowns' with
pink girdles and carrying white and
The groom came in with his brother
and best m4n, Mr. James Copeland
The ceremony was performed by
Rev. I. S. Caldwell and the wedding
march heautifully rendered by Miss
After the ceremony an elegant re
ception was held which was enjoyed
by a host of, friends from Clinton,
Columbia, Newberry and Prosperity.
The presents were numerous and
The home was beautifully and taste
fully decorated with palms and cut
flowers with garlands of ivy.
The bridal couple left on Thursday
for their future home in Clinton.
In memory of Brooks W. George.
Died April 20, 1906, age 19 years, 11
months and 15 days.
In the prime of youth and brilliant
aspiration, he was called to meet his
Lord. Although we sincerely mourn
the loss of one just .,tepping. upon the
threshold of young manhood, with
much promnisa in the future, we know
he is now freed from all sorrow and is
resting in the arms of his Saviour.
Peaceful be thy silent slumber,
Peaceful in thy grave so low,
Thou no more will join .our number,
Thou no more our sorrow know.
Yet again we hope to meet thee
When the storms of life have fled,
And in heaven with joy to greet thee
Where no farewell tear is shed.
J. C. Wilson is hereby an~nounced
as a candidate for ,magistrate for No.
10 township and will abide the rules v
of the Democratic party.
FOR ONE WEEK LONGER-We
will pay highest cash prices for
children 's and infants' clothing of
BARBECUE-I. will give a fir:st class
herbecuc at Newberry in B. 0.
Eptinug's yard insteadl of Laundry
yard, July 4, 1906. Don't forget the
day .J. M. Counts.
WANTED-Sout hern' mineral la nds,
Cobalt, manganese, gold, grap)hiteC,
t alc. Copper, soapstone, , kaolin.
D)evennym, E'ighty WYall St reet, New
LOST-Buchl of keys on chain rin!.
Suit able reward 'if left at Herald
a nd Ne ws office.
FOR SALE-Imported Berkshire
choice Pigs. $5.00 each. 600 lb.
Boar w~hmen fat, imported from Ene
land, $35.00. Biltmore Farms Sow.
Bred to imported Boar, only $35.00.
Bar.gains. Best Berkshire Hogs.
W'. M. RQdgers,
Chmappells, S. C.
WANTED-The0 person who borrow
ed my fountain pen to return it.
No questions will be asked. Please
leave at Herald and Newvs office.
E. H. Aull.
OFFIOfE FOR RENT-ComfortableJ
office for rent ovet' Herald and
News office. Apply at this office.
NOTIOE--Have your buggies and
carriages neatly repaired and re
p)ainted by Neely & Morgan, uear Mr.
T.' C. Pool's stables. All work guar
TALKIN~G MAORINB REOORDS
We have on hanti'a lipalted supply
of 10 in. 'records tilat wo will close
out at 40 cents each.
Cromer & Meerakv.
WANTE-Youto see me'be4fore you
build and get prices d sash, doors,
blinds, flooring, ceiling ' sptle,etc.