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PURELY PERSONAL. Ll
The Movements of Many People, A
NewberrianA and Those Who
M.. C. 1'. Pellh is inl the city.
Mr. T J. Wilson is a candidate for
HIon. Jlo. M. a'llylor is 1nn11onticeI o
for the legislature. e
Mr. F. H. Dominiek spent Satur- eil
day night in Greenville. ei
Mrs. Josephiiie Vatte, of Laurens, by
is visiting relatives in the city. sit
Mr. 13. L. Jones went to Laurens el
yesterday on a Iusiness trip. %
Mr. J. F. lleiwiek, of the Palnetto '"
il)rug coipianyv, of Uiion, is in the in
Prof. Clirlesi ii. Kicklighter I'e- n
Itiri'nedIl on Saturday to his lomie in li
(e'rge S. lower, (f' Newberry. is d
a Inuest at thle Columbia hloiel.-Co
lumbia ?ecord. tia
Miss Willie Hiser hits ret1iued to it
Mravonl, Ga., whiere she lias accepted ( of
a position with a law firnm. ad1
Mr. W. H-. Car-wile leaves today for Im
Glenti Sprinigs ant Ieidersonville of
wlere he will spend some time. tit
Mrl.. and Mrs. G. A. Kamier, (if I u
Newberry, are visitin,g it the Colm
bia hot(el.-Colhimbiai Record. WV
INI. ii1l Mirs. .1. S. McClure, of D,
Knoxville, Tenn., are guests at the [ i,
Columbia iot el.-Collumbill Hveoi'n. |ri
M1liss ElleIn WIoIrkimali. f Kinards, A.
is visiting her. sister. Mts. Ii. G.
1he Bacielor Maids will meet onil
''liursday ift(ernmoi at 5 o'clock with
the AIisses Domiiiiek.
Nieet ie at the Bilue Canvass Frlton t
Saturdaitily it 9 A. li. SurlprisinZ de
velopmenits gnuarantteed. tr
Have you atteii(led the Iiidoor ("tr- I
Ilival I I f not. wiy not ? [t is Mil- b
1)r. eavell's many friends hope (it
hiat ie uay be able to p)aY i ta visit
ait lea;st Inme a1 yTin'.
Mrs. V. F. .wart will ente'ta4ini
I T InII Y af 1i i terno onI . Ia hirne
Illstone lis treeaitis in hinr iwr 4 Lu,. Lu
,1 . .1 I - .llanl , I' I .I vonlli a, b ;.
Hlair and Ilnvirdl are offerinil stmeie
VCery r1:1-T blarl_ntinls inlvryhnli
thir11 :t4rv. Th'ley quofte a f'ew prive" hll
tid these only give you somle ilea of
whlat fte prives (li othler articles are. i
Bev. Dr. Williami 1ityne Leavell C'
and his ramily. who lave been spend- ,f
it- vtena weeks with1 relatives anld Sr,
friemiis inl Nv'wh.rry, will leave \Ved- )
Miesday lor their homte in Houst411,
Thev m1eeting-s conduc110ted1 at Ilhe 114
M114111h1on mill bY Ow9 Uvev. W\. 1'. yar- C.
h4'oIlgh I wvere at teI.itd l witI touch in- ) n
ItIes1 a11d seveial per snTs have be11 n I :mii
.(de tol the( dlitfirenit clu11nhells asVS
3li-s 1lilie Saltr, who has bien m
spieldil.- s(.vhal wevlks at homiie. wvill '
returnl t his week to I .ike (ity. Via..
7%. Salter. Mliss 8alter' will htach in Mi
the' .aike (City3 ~tradedl sch4ools niext int
irs. 1'. 11. AutI. uft loida. is 4)n (Ih
ai visit to re 'lat ives in NewrIurv. Slie wh
is a sisteri of \Mis. .1. lH. ;ln-en mil ti
MIr. Aull is a tirotheto I.' . 8. 11.
for li lorida twen4ltyV to yearsi tia. elm
liev. .1. 11. Grlaves, who last vemau'
servedl the WVest Endu O)'Neall Nleth il
\Vmulerhtilt l'niversity since4. ,lanuaryii3 se'
1st. hats been'i apin)))ited patstori at t ii
Maiioni. S. ('.. to) take thle lace' ot' ha
l(iev. d1. A. (IifIton,11 who dlied ta t'ew atl
A youngt Mir. Lyl'es, of' Helena, a
soin ohf Mir. Abe Lyvles, whlo wa's work
ing wtith MtNr. L'ivigston on Mr. Le
street fell fromt thle seatfld yeste'rday't
and( wais pa infu til1'Iho4uglthnot seios
1linhut. lie wans atltended 1by 1 )r. 0.
B. Maver. i
At the Lutheran Church. hii
it was annllountced at the 1 Lteran
(Churelh of t he Redeemer Sunday, 'on
that thte Holy C'onmmunion wlouild he
celebtratedi int tat church next Sun- as
day. The pastor' anniouncted that the MI
Sy'nodical apportionment for the year 'zy
had bieen fully raised and that in con
sequienc(e t here wlold he no speciail gi
off'erintg for benevolentce at this t ine, MI
anid asked the congregation to make a 0
special offering to thte cur'rent. ex- (g;
penses of the church in lieu thereof. a;
.Cotton Buyer Newberry Mills. zy
At a meeting of thte board of dliree
tor's of the Newborry Cottont mill hteld at
some days ago, Mr. Nat (list was at
elected cotton buyer for the mill.
1<Mr. Gist is an exper'ienced and emi
cient cotton man and has been in the
Uusiness in Newberr'y for a nuimber
S of Iyears, and, therefore,, has a lar'ge ki
aoqwItantaince with people who have' sti
e6tton to dell and will give the mill of
godand fMoient service,M
TTLE MOUNNTAIN OIL MILL.
Prosperous Year-A rine Grade
Of Meal Made-Officers
'I'l(, stockholders of the Little
muntain Oil Mill and Fertilize'r Co.
t June 16, at the mill. Tire reliort
the secretary and treasurer was
ad showing that the mill had earn
for the past year a dividend of
ght (8) per cent. It was decided
the stockholders that the dividend
111dld be paid out to the stockhold
s August 1. The stockholders were
ry muchi eicouraged over the clear
1t ofil S per cent. dividolid, tak
iinto conlsiderotionl that the meal
alyzed( 8.74 which was the highest
the state, alnd that already there
s beeii i 1-tood deal of preferred
ek'1 haken upl to liqtuidate (lhe in
htednless of* the( mill.
Thel( mill f*eels proud of the repu
tionl it las made witi its customers
rougliotill ile surroundi .g colmltlry,
te manuflilcIllet ure of, i pure anld un1l
uilterated meal, anld lit 11 subsequent
-etilg of the stockholders the board
directors were iistrueted to con
me the m1aniufactucre of a pure and
The following oard of directors
re electedt: Dr. J. M. Sense, J.. B.
rrick, Dr. J. W. Wessinger, J. P.
phandsoti. S. WV. Young-, J1. K. Der
k. J. E. Sheatly, J. Anidrew Sheally.
T'hle hoard of directors met immed
ely alter the stockholders meeting
d elveted the old oflieers to serve
Ather year, as follows: J. B. Der
kC president ; A. 1-. Shealy,ma
r;1J. C. F"pting, Jr., seeretary and
A resolution was passed by tile
itiid of direetors extenldig, their
L-ju-st appreciaiioll to tle ofice's
tir fia itifuli perf'ormancee of all
ties (hiurin9 tile plist year.
BOARD OF MIISSSIONS.
theran Committee to Meet in Char
lotte on Wednesday.
TIle exelltive committee t teil'
:ani4l of. llissiolis (tf, ile ilited
11li oit tile Li'dleraln chumireh
the South will meet ill
111rlotte to4mlorrow. 'rthe mlembers
tIhe coiiittee are: Rev. W. L.
abhrook t' Newberry. Rev. W. A.
aton of i1)allas, N. C.; Mr. .J. E.
(4pe of Winester. I'a.; M.John
('line f il n'11co4i, N . .; anld
'.. D)r. Hllahnd of Uhrvvt. e.
I. Bron,i a re't uned imiss5iomiu-;v
'1m . ai, will leivil tile lieetilngo
1d will be lcorded a receptiin at
. Ilarks 4lmrh toilmmow eveinig.
-vlef 'har1.otlev 30 Year's ago, a
T' hid. al Ils m1;myi1 friendus inl
:1-lt0 \ will un11i in le ecveptionl.
thle SouiII th of t Luthierani (hurch,
.(.II. t)uls, has rece'ivedl a ec
mI thlie executoris ofite estate oif
late F. P. Cover' of Anidrews,
('rike co cunit y, N. C.. for $10,000
iclh is bequlea Ited to thle chaiiri ties of
-1 Lut hera n chuiirch.
Barbecue at Ponmaria.
i. A<han L. Auhl wilh serve a first
J.i.y 7. Seilarneet
I bet madeci( fir thle lecommodlnlat ion
IheI' ladties. RiefrieshmentCi s wrill be
ed andi eve'rylh Iinig wtil hbe donie
it Iis pssihlIl to 'ointIributte to thle
I IjinessQ and lieasure oif all who
t'nd as well 1as to0 furnish thlemi with
linost excellent dinnier.
Baseball at Maybinton.
Mlaybintoni, .June 20.--The Manybin
iandi Whtitmire bamsebiall teamis
isse'd b)ats here this aifternCoon iln a
>se andi( initeiresting game.
Theii gamiie was fast, and good play
I was ev'idenit on1 b)oth sides. The
>re stood 2 toI 1 ill favor of May
iton lit the close of the game.
Maybintoni taiking the Reid first
ly went to bat eight ininings.
Thle line up of the two teamis were
oIling, p Tidmnarsh, II.
mditerson, L. e Abrams
llim, C, s Watson, A.
Inybin lb Miller
Iliami, Wallace 2b Tsorn.
1liam, W 3b Watson, W.
Iliam, Will ef Tidmarshi, R.
niderson, W. rf Andrews
hitney if Elmore
Batteries: Maybinton, Wolling
A New Mail Route.
The ntew rural route from Pomiaria
Lown' as Rl. F~. D. No. 3, will be
rted on next Monday, the 2nd day
July.. The carrier for this route Is
The Brilliant Marriage of Miss Thyra an
Schumpert and Mr, John el
Sanford McOlure. fe.
' IIS e
Mr. John Sanford McClure. of wi
Knoxville, Tennessee, and Miss wu
Thyra Scihumpert, of this city, were so
married oil Thursday evening. Tle do
marriage was perforneed in the Luth- to
eran Chnreh of the R'edebmer, the viE
simple and impressive ceremony be- in
ing spoken at 7.30 o'clock by the pas- lie
tor, the Rev. Wi. L. Seabrook, in jinl
the presence of a large and brilliant cei
asseniblage of the friends of the con- coi
trleeting parties. diit
Te deserved popularity of the
Iide and the many warn friends pe,
made by Mr. McClure during his vis- yo
its to Newberry made the marriage is
one of tle most interesting events of firi
Newberry's social season. aS
Miss Scliumpert is a daughter of foi
Col. Osborne L. Schumpert, of New- K%i
berry. Combining a charm of *erson l1<
with a disposition that is at once fill
sweet anld attractive, she has manV rel
warm friends here and elsewhere tei
throughout this and other states pjr4
where she is known. SK
Mr. McClure is a prominent whole- eV
sale clothing Inerehaut of Knoxville. to
Ie is well known in Newberry and in
south I Carol ina, where he has visited cui
frequently during the past several ('lh
years. lie is i successful business tei
man, of magnetie personality. (OI
''lhe church aIts beautifully deco- thi<
rated for the ha'ppy occasion. The
channel was banked with palms, and
there was a1 profusion of ivy tastily ,
Miss Seh1mpert 's maid of honor fit
was Mrs. Jack Lewis, of Spartan- a
bur.g.. and Mr. McClure's best man i
was Mr. C. L. Bickley, of Knoxville.
The bride's maids vere Misses lies- re
sip Sch11mnpert. RIuthI Wells, 1Bessie r
(Gilder aml Carrie Pool, all of New- a
herrv. and tle groonsmen we.e
Messrs. N. '. Little. William ireevt
(.r.. F. Mt.11m.i1brigih'lt and J. II Ne
alley, all (f, Knoxville. The ishlwrs
were Messrs. .J. P. Chase, of Spalin
b1g a n Jack Lewis. of Spaitln
hur. an1d Messrs. F. IT. Domiillek I
an1 W. C. Selienek. of Newberrv.
Fd ollo wi n1 - ile ushers and the 1id- ha
al parit y came Ohe dame of' honor, Mrs. e
Lewis. -owned in a white lace I4he a
overl white satin. Site was followed "ol
by the bride, who entered on the arm an
of her father, Col. sehumnpert. and tio
met the -room at the altar. The bride
was beaititifully _gowud in white Mi
Loluisinle, in Prinpcess design.1 an4d ear- Ih
ried white earnations anld fern, held tih<
with white satin ribbon. The- bride's I
m11.aids wovre i'ose net over rose taiYeta. go
amnd carried4 pink and white earna- thi
lions, held witt pink satin ribbon. its
The bridall paty entered to the
si rits i ofin Lhenin's wedding march,
-zkillhilly renvidered by Miss Ma'lzip
1)1mii'k. )urin- tlie ccremoiny Miss iti
1 )inieik sosftly played ''0, I >timise r
Me."' anad Nelson's welingi marich as i:
lie p arty telired from t he clhuireh- thei
It was ione o)f thle pact tiest and thIn
most i mptesstve ceiremonies ever de
seen't ini Newhletrry.
A fter the ceremony ai recept ion was fi
givein at thle home of' thle bride 's par- d
en ts. C'ol. anad Mtrs. Sclhuimperat. The r
homitie int Mat in street wats aippropiI riate- of
ly idecortated, thle brnide 's dliniing rom
be(inug ini greetn an iiwhviit e, thIe tales g,
being banked withI whtite eartitions, to
at thle othler diiing room be'inig in
reil. withI ai prosfut~tsiof redl roses( and Sh
An ei(legat diinner' was serivedi.
Mr. and Mrs. Mc'Clure left Newber- o
i'y via thle Sout hern at 9.06 Th'lurs- sh
(lay eveing. They will take an eix
Itensive biridal toutr extending thlroughi
the inoirth and west. Tlheir home i1
be ini Kntoxville.
Mr. McClure at Home. fo
The Knoxville paper' has the fol- eai
lowing the say of Mr. McClure: t
"Since the foirmal announcement, ca
madeC in The Sent itel last Sat urday, CO
oif thle ,approaching marriage of Mr. a
.Johin Sanford McClure, of this city, f.a
and: Miss Thyra Schumtpert, of Newv- "
lbeirry, S. C., much interest has been in:
manifested in the event among nmem- 0
ber1s of local social circles, in which i"
Mir. McClure is held in such high of
esteem. The wedding w'ill be one of cl
thle most notable affairs of the seso fe
in Newber'ry society. It. will lie an al
elaborate church nuptial -eeremony, w'
ptreceding wvhich will be hiumeronus dii
receptions and other affairs in comn- tl
pliment to theo winsome bride-to-be Y7
and the gr'oom-eleet.
Among the .attendants will be
Messrs. Taylor Little, Frannk Ham
bright, C. L. Bickley, and William t
Gtreever, of this city and Claude Man- Ui
ning, of Sumter, S. C., who are te
among Mr. McClure's njost intimate be
fr'iends. Mr. Biekley will essay thr en
role of best man and Messrs. Little, th
Hambright, Manning and Greever cca
wvill serve as ushers. c
"Miss Schumpert is the daughter i
of Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Lamar 5i
Schumpert and she descends fronm la
oldest and best. known families
the Palmetto state. Her father is
eminent and learned lawyer, oc
pying high station in the legal pro.
sionl in South Carolina. MisE
hiuipert who possesses every charm
ti which the' most favored of young
men are endowed is a leader in the
'ial circles of her entire state. In
d, her popularity is not confined
South Carolina 's limits, for she haE
ited and received social attention
many other states, thus making
r popularity very extensive. Com
to Knoxville as a bride, she iE
'tain to receive a most cordial wel
ne, and she will prove aivalued ad.
ion to the social circles of this city,
Mr. McCluire, the fortunate pros.
?tive groom, is one of the leading
mngi business iel of Knoxville. I<
a member of the wholesale clothling
n1 of Bickley, McClure & Co., ando
such lie is r-ecognized as onle of the
-emost young merchants not only il
ioxville. but also of East Tennessee
is a member of an old establishedl
nily, and lie has a wide circle of
atives aind friends, all of whom ex
d congratulations upon his ap
mehling wed(ling, which (will b
onld to none of the June marital
!its in which society of this city iF
play a part.
'Following the wedding, which oc
's Tlursday of next week, Mr. Me
Ire and his bride will enijoy aii ex
ded tour, after which they will
ne to Knoxville to mnak,- this eity
. The Trade Mark.
Phe man that does things well be
Mr. Jas. A. Mlimnaugh, for lie is
-ays doi g something new and last
urday morning's inauuration of
sale of sales thait is now in prog.
s at full speed was a royal 11(d
e treat to the people of Newberry
I sulrrouiditig country side. T1
Isisted of t hrowin)g- money fromi
se(1n(d floor to tlr-olgS )elow,
h1 scrambling and velling vou havc
'r hean'd before. Newberry Wa.
tainly astir Naturday on acconni
tie la.(re c\wds of' ea."er shiopper
it inve beenl athriated from fal
1 near to that -.reat sale ot all
a40,tinls. 'Tlhe dloors had1(t to be shu
,rv lifteenl miniutes (luring tle da.
the m1amimot h store rooms could
ac1commodate the large crowds
1 they had to be handled in see
.ighteen extra Clerks besides Mr
mnaughi's lar-e force had all thai
y (0111(l possibly do to cope witl
larg-e crowd of' anxious buyers.
ly the artistie arran-gement of ti(
>ds the store has tle appearance ol
it of' an indoor1 carnival which ill
'lf is a sighIt to see.
Glad to See the Sheriff.
\ nero1two was woikinlg for' Mrhi,
.hardt4 Swittenberg aiid un1del con
ei withi him le. t'ft his place on t h
hi anud a rri vetd in Sparitanmburug on
14thi. he same dlay of' his arrival
police tof Spat ianburig put him un
ar'rest for caringiO a coiitealed
or. Oii the 15th lie was21 tied be
the magistrate antd sentenced tc
thirity days wor'k on the public
tds in Spart anb)urg. or pay a fine
$10.00. He was put to work on
r'atls, but seint a mnessag~e to Mr,
ittenbher' t hat lie would lbe g'lad
rtturn if' lie wvould4 atdvance the
nuty to1 pmay his fine. On thme 20t11
eilY Illufoi'd arr'iivedl in Spar'tan
r'g. paidl Ilue fine, anid brought the
ziro back to Newberry. This was
a time whuen he was glad to see the
Nir. A. C. Jonies, wvho is in the r'aet
e over'nor', a tteinded thle opening
rnpaign meeting at St. lor'ges, ani
enu left the campaign party and
me( to his home in Newberry on ae
ltot of tihe illness of his daughte1
d also to arrange his business af
irs. His daughter, who has heet1
k with typhoid fev'er, is convalese
e and Mr. Jo,nes has arranged tt
isolidate his two stores,,.elosing uul
down-t'i-towni stor'e amnd placing ali
his goods iii his up-town store ii
arge of Mi'. W. F. Ewart. He of
r's his down-town store for rent ant
o offers his two residences in Cald
11 street for sale, lie left on Sun
y night for' Barnwell and joi net
o state campaign party at that plaei
To Attend Board Meetings.
Rev. WV. L. Seabrook, chairman o:
s Publishing Committee of thi
tited Synod, wvent to Columbia yes
Leday after'noon, to' meet the mom
rs of the Uniited Syrtod Publisinig
mmittee, to prepare the report fo'
e approaching meeting of the -Unit
Synod. Tomor'row lhe will go ti
iarlotto, N. C., to meet withNth<
ceentive committee, of- the Un1tei
mnod' a board of Missions, to for u
GUN OLUBS TO MEET.
The Rutherford Club Has Ohalleng- f(
ed Newberry and Whitniire to a Ji
Shooting Match July 4.
Tlhere are in the county thiree gun R
clubs and those who desire to enjoy F
the sport of shooting find much pleas- F
ure in the meets. One at Newberry 0
with Dr. C. ). Weeks as president, t
and one at Whitmire with Mr. Bach- ti
man Cromer as president.
The Rutherford Gun Club, which
meets at Rutherford Academy, has p
Mr. John 'A. Cromer as president
and Mr. J. D. Nance as ieeretary and
treasurer. This club has cliallenged
the other two to meet theni at Mr. e
John A. Cromer's on the 4th of July R
and have a coitest aMonlg the three
clubsm. There will be served at this _
time i blrlbecle and inl addition to
tle s)ort from the shooting match,
there will be other modes of enjoy
ment in addition to a ihost excellent F
dinner. In ordbr that the Newberry
and Whitmire clubs may know some
thing of the marksmanship of the
Iutherford Club, which has challeng
ed them for the shooting match on the
4th of July, we give below the score B
made by tile members of the Ruther
ford Club at the shoot last Saturday. E
J. A. Cromer, 15 out of 20. y
J. 1). Nande, 10 out of 20. 'd
.J. ,. Keitt, 13 out of 15.
(". L. Leitzsey, 17 out of 20.
B. B. Leitzsey, 14 out of 20.
Sim Price, 9 out of 15.
J. L. Keitt, Jr., 6 out of 15. t)
Jolm11 Nanice, 61 out of 10.Y
Joe Brown, 1 out of 5.
John Oilliam, 7 out of 15.
B. M. Sloan, 2 out of 5. L
John Peterson, 12 oit of 20.
Harvey Cabaniss, 3 out of 15.
Johin Suber, 12 out of 15.
Beginning oil Monday July 2, and
coitiinuing until furtlier notice, tile
library hours will be the Same (ays
but from 9:30 until 1:30 in lie mnorn
A ('1hintese murder-er, iefore being
han.-ed iii Biavia, askedt be sup
Il)ied with a ticket to Singapore, so
1 .- ', could have oltJbi/ permson I-.
ter d.th. The reu .mt as gra11ted
and lie died wit'l a smile s11 lis fac e.
Russian peasants last week lynched
t wo poliee olfw-ers for killin.- a' COw- N
lIepublican id-19eas are making ra:Pid N
1ro-ress inl liusAka.
SoS flr ., we here observed oTly
one Sou0i Carolina editor 11/as landed at
a Junte bride tihis season, but om: in
formation is tihat she is the t
oI tle entire catch.
M\r. IEdison 's preCdictionl t hat thle
horse is soon to be a thing of the past
remnind(s us that withI the developments
oif wig by men anid women, the dis
use (If legs will cause thlem to shrinlk bi
and in a few generations everybody
will 1)e sitting arounid in trees with
legs just as lit tle as ''the jay bird on
the hickory limb.'' S
Thle cirtcuises are ablout to form a lil
truist . T1hie trust s ar pe h(rformning ini a
Whatitever thle act ivit ies of the fed
oral governmtiet aguainst the Stnd
ard Oil officials may be, thle father-in
law of the child of Soniator Nelson WV.
AIldrichi, (If Rhode Island, may be conl
sidered imunie from punishlment, if
niot annitoyanece. .A
Machnowv, the Russian giant, whlo
visited Mr. 'Roosevelt at the White tl
House the other day, is nine feet two A
inches tall. bitt that is nothing to the P~
tallness of tile story that got out of
the White House inl connection with
tihe railway rate bill.,.
Why you should attend i
injf progress at full speed,
1'st. Because what.we
2nd. Because our advE
3d. Because we alwa3
arid these are greater the
4th. Because our gobdi
.market an,d what we say
5th. Because we make
to buy elsewhere.
Read our 1arae advert
Letters remaining in the post e
e at Newberry for the week endin",
Freddie Batiks, Hattie Betiton,'
liza Caughman,i'Thoinas Carlins, J
Curtis, Tom Eison, John Feltinan,
gina Hanpton Emma' Jefferson,
ranels Jetter, Lizzie Lindstedt,
my Marlard, George Moore, Marion
wins, Lucinda Rbid, Ola Wad'e, Hat
3 H. Williams, Press Williams,
ary Jhne Young.
Persons calling for these will
case say they were advertised.
For the Legislature.
John M. Taylor is hereby announc
I as a candidate for the House of
13presentatives from Newberry
>nnty and will abide the rules of
e Democratic party.
DR ONE WEEK LONGER--We
will pay highest cash prices for
children's and infaits' clothing of
ARBEOUE-I will give a first blass
berbecue at Newberry in B. 0.
pting's yard instead of Laundry
ird, July 4, 1906. Don't forget the
ly J. M. Counts.
'ANTED-Southern mineral lands,
Cobalt, manganese, gold, g-raphite,
le, copper, soapstone, ' kaolin.
evenny, Eighty Wall Street, New
DST-Buch of keys on ehain ring.
Suitable reward if left at Herald
and News office.
OR SALE-Imported Berkshire
choice Pigs. $5.00 each. 600 lb.
Boar when fat, imported from Eng
land, $35.00. Biltmore Farms Sow.
Bred to imported Boar, only $35.00.
Bargains. Best Berkshire Hogs.
W-. M. Rodg-ers,
Chai)pells, S. C.
'A1gTED-The person who borrow
ed my fountain pen to return it.
No questions will be asked. Please
leave at Herald and News office.
E. H1 Aull.
FFIcE FOR RENT-Comf6rtable
office for rent over Herald and
ews office. Apply at this office.
OTICE-Have your blggies and
carriages neatly repaired and re
tinted by Neely & Morgan, near Mr.
C. Pool's stables. All work guar
ALKING MACHINE RECORDS
We have on hank a limited supply
10 in. records that we will close
it at 40 cents each.
Cromier & McGrawv.
ANTED-Yu to see me before you
build and get p)rices on sash, doors,
inds, flooring, ceiling, shingles, etc.
0. W. LeRoy.
BIND Your Panama hats to Laurens
Lanndry to be cleaned. Makes them
'HEN von want to buy timber or
farm Ila nd or towni prIoperty see or
wriite mec and I will save you money.
T. E. Alexandler, Real Estate Ag't
WYalhalla, S. C.
Bargain sale to a quick purchaser.
large stock of Dry Goods, Milliner~y,
ats, Shoes, and Clothing. Bids for
is stock will be received up to 10
M. July 2, 1906, subject to the ap
oval of the creditors.
Newberry, S. C.
:he sale of sales now
say today is not un
artising is honest.
is give' you bargains
E are the best on the
about i.hem is exact.
it expensive 'for you
tement on page 5.