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The Movements of Many People,
Newberrians and Those Who
ilr. 11. M. Illry letaIv-es ihis week
for Osw(lo, Stiiter cutti401ty. wlere he
has aee ted ae l i isiiioll its Itteler ili
it sellool inl tihal 4.oun1ty.
D)r. W . (;. Iffilselil haIs re ' d
froill(Cliitu (11114ve, where It( was (.1111
ed to See hlis brolthier-inl-1aW, liev. .1.
Q. WVerts, who wVas (1ttite ill. Nr
Wbrts' friemds inl this c.ounty %will I
gl (to knlow tha1 t(e is muchel hetler.
lHev. W. K. SliIr% will preaehl lit
C(dflln.v thrnchrh three mliles
olast (if N1\eWIerrIy%, o]I ne(Xt SuIdIt.
11o0 nitn. lit 11 o'citlock.
Sherill, Bilford ar11resiedWaie
lm,lll alt Wood ruff, sparlialibill'.- coull
ty, 1e IIy flast wee k n i he(]t(. is nitow%%
it jail. It wVill- he, reimeibere tihat
TIr. Kili was ow ot' tlie parties
ch%Ve ithI lthe cuttinl- of1 Adoilhu
Bhiz 'a rdt at ille lattil t'v ill soitle
tintii Its atgo.
Nliss Carrie Splilltit, wtti l Is
bvell vlisitillg. I'lii-11l1 inll tni (il, O*
till il Ituine i il it ilat l .
NII. .1. la. at tl s, w ii iats lit*el
vistilii, - Ili, itl lt in New ih'rrl'%. I
t1nled i h li ishmt it Ib il s. 'I' xas.
lost wee .
INIr.. HoherIt 1.y-vine liBnat r<l. of' (o
Iln lil. vIitl llis jarlils, slivr'itl
M il irs. . N. N. 1 31 11i (11rd onlms. suliay.
iir. 0. 14-U. lhs reltred 11n
Smcay fm Wnri-hbs%ilIe. N. C.
NIllz. U 1. t a i iweli i:ll1 ellil irell
I ill-ied Ils11ito 11tunltersi1ville.
ilet t(.it\ l w e h)eell speildin ille
Itre-. .\. I'. .J iitt r itil ttw ilv was
s 11 timM li t Ih-etvst prilcil ti tIe
- 1011d schol aot .\ -liec ll in ll arb r
vite\. Itt IllstI week to, a-s1linie Iliis
lf-W fill ii-'. lo. Nif- l n ek| I ll .s 1
Nierr\ w. Iivot- aid i t-iliitisle
wv l lim i ,I Netwherr- y -4olle--w. : lll
sq v . * I' lli I l t c llplet' 1o '
i lt e ll &- e w,so l e o tt i*tiliy.
it'. eW. l witslott il itt lie till
it ll a Il,s l' t m il'
at 1' .is t m 1). a ' 11111 ti i. 'fi
1,1i . t C . hats v it ill..u. ' l' lt NIv s ill
el ut lilt SI atilt ,' a Whi tti t u'it t ; -
'-'arollii 11.1t11"'I ct .l.a Imsl' elitrilwie
i t ' illo il ll.
NiW. W. 11. Wendi, 41' Nai. 2.Towe -
i, i Viit, . it lil sislter, Mrs. 'llous
Is.l Swet*i Wator, tevlli.
at .t s ''. ti at'ivsiu t . Itn h i mot h-t'
NII I.. iCt. let' taill Ni,t ' ' )ti
er. Irs. F . ..l ' i
Mi -es. ()IlaW;% adMrnAa
tinl nltuied ti l ltin-sday Ii'en in Vir
,..iii a tt al l s 11 li' sa1m p tlitils.
Me'sr. . .1Itnestad aC11 1uily r
t uui I'l -lil 1t' No e dersom ille till Stai
If r... 4. Ntti ,es retin ed rl Vi 'itr
g Iiina BIch Tursday.
Mir. WI . C'. BlI retured t Ils
sth 1 iln Hvinnettsville en 1-'rida\.
Ms.s 1 (t ttnAull has 4or on t~'he ath
Maiver ousettit~ o hisut is e ('alho
an Vp;isti Mtae Verysoon Th
('ut ie ltihli tiwrti Ann Slrg. i'.c
Mrt. F. 0. Br. i-:ptino has eenectt
NIi' lIiv( the Si)ltk arIth' waeotuse shonl
panyl ttoshave care toflaw hir wr
Niinr tn selehterrn. stor.o |0)igoas
Teprince o.unis tle tamlr peole
vleelu." M' alet oest
stwre 'y rroAr one, ecin
Iiiilio e rsd lle ie e tta'
IN NEW POSTOrFICE.
The Move Was Made On First-W(
Appointed and Nicely Ar
Tle Iove into the Itew.% postoffil
wIs made oI the firs41. The bilifil
is still having somlie rinlishiing loulcI
piut oi it bult the fixtures and firn
hir-v were alil Imi in l4ave mid 11
imail was received and distribuit
rom ihe Iew builing nil tlie first.
The I,ixture.(s alre tiew and14 up1 11o dal
an1d as i matt er of at' NewberrY it)
has onle of tle best ItIl Irettiest pos
offices inl this part of' Ile statle.
E"verYthinl'u is f'inished inl mik anl
liere Ire H44 lock boxes.
The mney onrlII, reI.C.6er(ed Iett(
and S11amp1 ~windows are Sepannte
from the ."enleral deliverY and th
I'lvernment IShoi .,ive force stiff
cieil so 1ht, Ihlese ImIIaY be kept ope
all the time and not elose'd while ith
m Iall.s are bein destribited as hlerv
I q0 61ore. ThIIeSe. det'p:n1-11m1entIs a1re sepItuI
ate4.d in the offiev. ''lhei 11here is ;
s-pIiaIe IdTiev il thI Ie niro for tl
)IIsI m.ast er.'hen- is a hir-e lobh:
id :i t(. fl' tillr l vetd hing look:
I'r. Scot is 1'inIishinIgi l.t'he I Ire
slores il the blowk as upll 14) dait
st o res 11141 as it resIlt I they are: all
Then.111 Will be servives n1ext Sunl
daIi'y. hoth Imonionliln'u and eveinii'r at the
I,1ithwranl l . ell c lhu'r f lle T l.4leeeluier
withlnl hii bY Riev. WV. L. Seal
To Organize a Farmers' Union.
Th'lere will be a meeting of, thearm
-rs at 'errY 1lalIarre's mill onl next
Farbi,*v fternimn -it three W'clock at
whiclih time tIere will be rl anlizel d, a
loIl, Fl-';tmers' V'iion. .J. It. O'Neall
lilo1wav has beeln inlvite t14) make ai
alddres , 41n the iwcasimn. . tull 111rn1
1n11 is iln-*ed.
A Card af ThanWs.
To myrivmiik ' No. 10 township:
I'intvInivn'. I r:alse 1y% lkIt to voul
:awl all and ttb.ik vm tir yuri kimd
vie I 41tve me 1i1 the l'iitrlaY elm'
tili, Au-nist 2th. Yit nir' kiilly
rememlberedl hv mle. Youl teel neaif
y he iart. ('141 bless you all.
.llhn ( . Wlilsonl.
Death of Wm. Bedenbaugh.
Nr. Wiffiliam edenhaui died situ
denlyl t his li hoMe ill Frienid stree
inl NelWherry. oI last Fridav aboillt I:
('clovk. lie had1. beenl complainlin;
o4 a few hoirs. lt it' ws not (ni
sidered ' seriioslY sick. Nir. Iedei
hulh wal.s a good c'it izell al i a '4io(
I II. ltiles his wilow, . leave
'llt stiln. NI r. jaeits 1edehah, whi
lives inl West Eil. mal three dalt...h
t irs. M rs. V. W. I )oul as. MI rs. ('h i
)imielsn mii Mr0 N s. Autgust I )nielt'sor
Mr. t'1'tiit~I t liedenhun h was seve ty-o
year-s old4 atnd a1 niil ve of this count)
HIis reninhs wete huied1 in Ro semen~i
A Successful Operation.
A shiorit time ago l'3 Thmpson li (44
nor I he litt'e sonl of' Mr. Iliieks ('ol
1301. ot'f1 ahpa jiot it wat Iermeltoni se'
in hiis witnd-pipe'. I )rt. ( hihler 1an
NMt. ('onnlor took the litle hov to CV
Ihnnihia and31 te phyi sic'ins t her'e at
vised1II hemi o take 111e lov to1 N('
I'ellow lto Netw Yor'k. It was tdetcid.
('4ihller sivt thatlii it was3I tile tio st bi
hars ever seent' performedut't. It toi
('4ilider and1( Mrt. ('ilnnor and1( the litt
dayl~, and tiIte hoy Is doting well.
NMeani Maximutm 91.1.
NMaxiuim 98, da~lte, l0thI.
Mliimumlll 67: dlate 2nd(.
irea 1test daily' ange 26.
Tlot al 7.27 inchles.
(Greatest in 24 hours 2.64: date
Nuimbera of tdayst with .01 iinch
mor)le pr'ecip)itatioll 1 7: eear : fn
I5: ('1ludy~ 13.
Tlhunider'stormts 1. 4. 12. 13, 15, 1
17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 28,.29, 30.
VTery~ wet. month.
lRain f'all 8 mo., 1906.-38.28 inci
Raiti fall 8 mno. 1905.-25.88 inche
Excess 1906, 12.40 inches.
Ratiinfall August 1905, 41.23 inch'
E'xcess August 1h06, 3.041 inchles.
Excessive irainfatll in Aagtust .1891
7.91 ichies : 1893-11.99 ince
*~W. (1. Pet eso
THE HOLMES COTTON CO.
11 Ready for Business-Will Make Nev
berry One Best Cotton Markets
in This State.
T 111r. 0. Aleli. Iloimles, who for tht
p. last ei40h1 or. tenl years beenl cotht
's bIuy ,er in Newberry ror the Newherr
i- 41 ot tn mIIilIls, was no 1 t an1 ap pllican It fi
Ie Ieeletion1 this [all at Ile salarv whic
Slie has beenl receiving. le has oIgar
ized The lioliles Cot ton companlyI
e Newberry in connection with i Mr. A
W A. McIill IIInd Nir. W. C. Seen'li
I- wil) hlave beenl willh Nllr. Iloimles I o
mnany years, and14 will conitinuie inl Ilh
dI eolton bmsiness inl Newberry.
Alr. lllhnes is all experiencedI vol
(1 ton man and hs been in the busines
il at Newberr v since 182, liivinw- comii
e htre fr om Spartlanbirg, wheve I
ddealt in vot (on for. Iwo years. lie wil
ti lb for export an(d for local mill:
I, d has laIg conec(1 tiWOon with Euir
-- pean'brokvrs as well as with the larg
- lmills fof the( Piedmlont, anld will be it
1position at 111 times to pay tle. toil ol
M'r. Me l(A"i atid lir. Sei-emik an4
also experiencved vottonl Ilmn andl hilv(
m11my1 v 1riemlIs inl fihis ecouINy, 11141 tIl
1oilhiliationl makes a very si litm
Mir. limes ils been and is i4enlti
,fi(:ed.,!jwit i t ecommercial life of New.
h1rry am% i Ims takeln an1 aclive intevest
opment of the city. Ie is at pres
(t1 a director in tihe Newberry Siiv
in's banlk, a iriustee in the NewbIrr
(Iraded slools, a director of tie I"ira
ternIlily 11 companly. a director inl
te ,and and sevnirity companiy, and
was a director inl tite old Blildinig and
rinvestmenvit compal *y. Ill short, hie
has beenl idlentifiedI actively. with
0he --rowth lif thle city lund is a live
and 141 progressive bmsinless m. With
Ilhe d1enl l 'l) r I'm otton111 inl thle mills
and. withi thev lohnies Cotton vomlpanly
ill Ie lo al 1 -k111 et. thte faIm ers who
brin- dheir votion to Newberry this..
%ill s1hu I b i abil to get tite Iighest
prive at all tiimes. it tact. Newberry
sioulid b)-le mne (f tie best cotton mark
4-ts inl this part ot' the state.
lilt lleraldI and News wishes th<
liew vomlp:liy mlite-h success.
COUNTY FARMERS' UNION.
Officers Elected-Delegato to Nation
al Union-Local Unions to be Or
ganized in County.
Puirsitait to notive delegates froi
eight ocal learmlIers' I'niOns m0, i
I hei co-illt louise on last Sat tiniay .an
)WWiilized I. Coa(unty Favilers Inliol
. anid elected lie following olTicers: Di
W. C. Ilirown , plresidenlt ; . P. Croi
Swell vice-president ; J. . It. O'Nea
I IlollowaY, serem ary. liev. .l. J. Lin:
Scaplainl: I. . P. lk,door-keeper; I
: P. Stieihes. onduetor. imxCentiv
'lliu ittee. H. 1'. Doininiek, 1. 1P . Ca
'on, and .hn WV. Kinard; comimitt
hin' S-lid of the order,1 R.414u T. I. hunte
r"I 4 iy gaizr. .. 1. 0'Neall ollowa r
'le nThe it'o nt.iitna'tconvntit' n wh' Cic
Wednesday, i il lit hP. Crotweii'll, withi
' P . ap e ss 'a lterna5 te.i)I'st
iaThIle fo'lowimetiwere' appied1
it Farmers' l'ioni willehue tl' Newbe
dI ry and412 it a te oint in th oe t'cuti
Ic whieb. ehal t' c olldib the'tn Fa
tul-Imero e'nin ocalh cunty: hS
leThe nextll i meingdofite.Cu
' 'in awiew dae hbl latudy Octiohel
w th t wast dtede tus then orga
akeat hes nextmeeing ofi the post
nion rtepetat thee'iy,S c.t for trepwh
deeriotr axter,considerablyaon accou
f thei recent Mxcive rowa is.T
(ate.ndac upon thep oraization ur
fullwfrom eivry ocalp Munie bFi
i hndloerhaulean d C i, be occup
W.N AdvetisedM. Lters~ T. i e
L:ters cealling tin the pst I
jrIflee a a Newbey we.eC.,1for te
s Chnder Jani eli'elW. . i
r- Former Newberrian to Wed a Georgf
ie following from the A lgust
i '.0roniele will be read with interes
)y thle many frienids of mr. joozer it
ItNewherry, his forIer honie, am<
limanly gIrod( wishes will attend( hinl
fromi his many friends here.
"The ann lounlcemlent froml MAr. am
'N Ars. Alexander Mianiel, of Tenniille, ol
I'he ellgageienlt of their sister, Mis
SI,ove Slale, to Mr. Samuel Archibali
Boozer, of Aignsta. will create it 1mosi
c011(ial and hlealrY interest aliong f
wi(e circle of' friend(Is f iss Mss 11d
and M1r. Boozer in Augusta. Mis:
Slade. while' a gtiest of Miss lillt
Siith ill Augusta last winter, gaiines
my (lear friends and aimirers it
Auinsta and it will be I'Vith the great
est pleasure that tle news of her re
til-tu here asa ug Ilatrol will b
receed(l. 1ir. Hoozer. lits beenl a re
si(lent of Augusta for the past thre
%(1r*s 41n(1 has wonl tie esteemll an(I res
peet of., all w- 11o are thrown witi hill
ats well as the loyal affection of nan
1'rienlds. The weddling. will occurl ol
lie l lith o 'September in Tennille, an,
will be the OIcasioll of many sincer
4roo(i wisies an(] happy colgrattiula
ROTTING IN THR FIELD.
Continuing Rains Greatly Damagei
Cotton Orop-Sprouting and Rot
ting in the Field.
Tnhi Herald and News has see
quite 1 inumiber of opel holls of (ot
ton where. the cotton wats either rot
ting or. the sced were sprouting. 11
faet Mr. B. C. Matthews had a stall
in tle city on Friday which hand eigh
growil bolls an( seveOi of' them 14
either sprouted or were rotting. Zi
Tabor Hill also hia, some of the s m/Il
kil which lie brouight to this oiE
and these are not isolatedl CSE1 bi
ill mally sectiois of the coiiit.
samty1e conditions exist.
There was rai every day for weil
ty consecutive (lays inl Auguist closin
with the last day andi(1 there were manl
- very heavy rains. Voluntary Obsei
ver W. G. Peterson says the -ain fia
for. the mioith- was someti ng ovc
a On saudy. land the crop is almost
failure, but taken all toge ier goo
L and observant formers say here wi
, searcely be a half crop ill t is counl1t
W1ith all the raills the -ivers an
creeks have been out, of heir banil
bliut very little this yeai all( not
.-reat deal of damage ha resulted I
e bottoms from overflows.
Walter Koon A ested.
W-'ualter Kooni wa's arlq6<ted at WVoo<
rutt~ 4)1 Saturdally, att neC reqtuest
hi Sheriff Buford, and ifas brought
a Newberry by' Sheriff IViford and1( 10(1
L ed ini jail here, chalirgttl with assau
and( battery with int nt to kill tup
a A. W. Buzhardt. Itf will be recall
t- that in Junie of this y ai Mr. Buzhar
a wvas badly cut ini the aunrdiry yaird.
r- was thotighit for a t/gne that lie con
tv not live, but lhe reejver'ed. Ko0on1 a1
r- others wvere charge4 with the~ offenie
P. id the others Vere arrestedl, b
id Koon couild not1 ke located. Slier
Btuford has mad1e tearch for him sin
t aind finally locat I him at Woodrt
er wvhere at the shq-iff's request he w
n.. arrested. Sherif Butford arrived
lhe uoodruiff shiort.' aifter thle airie
at wtas made, aiid >ronIught Kooni back
ty Newberry witl~ him.
ve J. 4Mimnaugh.
11 Mr. .James/A. Mimnatugh 1eft I
athe northern Jnarkets 01n Stunday.
t the meant im he has left inistruct io
h with those pcharge oIf his store
'as mneet the codphet itionl and in thils iss
eis ad1vertisier somec special sales. 3
ofMimiiaugh (vill lie abset for 4a we
or teni day' and1( ini1 theeantime wt
puirchiase .is fall and W iter 1204
)and wheii lie returns11 will have son
led thing t ha~ will illterest his compei
)5tors and 'be pleasing to the buiyi
Rourns to Visit Old Home.
o- Mr. Giarles 10. Franklin, of Flori
is oin airisit to his sister in Newbert
eMrs. J1 W. Swindler. He is a form
il- Newb/rrian and4 wvas a member
(Com,1ny vD. First. South Caroli:
Caval-y, unde41r Hamptoni in the enC
edetearmy. He left Newberry il
imidktely after the close of the wt
andI ,ent to Clinton, where lhe resid,
kfoi several yeatrs, moving to Floi<
'al it twenty years ago. Hie is liE
e nyI w(o Years old1 an d t his is I
C t visit to Newherry since lie hi
i ved to Florida. HeI has been si
'sfullyv en,gaied in 01range enilbui
e(.ie his~ removal to Florida.
O LAY PIGEON SHOOT.'
Whitmire Wins-Newberry and Ruth
erford Tie-Much interest Taken
In the Sport.
Amuong a large class of otr citizenls
i the shootinlg of cly pigeonls as a
t sport is oversialdowing baseball and
football. Thevre have been several
conltests aimolg. three Clubs--whlitmlire,
11uitherford andot Newberry-whihel
have been1 organized for some time.
lleceitly a club wits organized at
Silver Strept, and at Newberry on
last Tiurst (y a fternoon a contest was
had amnong/ (he four clubs on the New
berry grods. The ladies as well as
the gentlehien are taking great inter
est in thliese contests andti usually they
are largely attended.
At Mrj Wickers some two weeks ago
a conlte4 was had among Rutherford,
Whitmlire and Newberry, Whitmire
leading the contest. In the shoot at
Newbe /:y on last Thursday Whitnire
wa"s ain in the lead.
Tl following is the score of the
fouir ubs. Only singles were shot, on
Cro ier, J. A..... .... ......16
Cn ner, E.. B. .. .. ............16
e' zsey, C. L... ............14
Niee, .1. D.................17
P Ce, Sin.................19
Total .. ................82
r.omner, .1. B...............20
'llmore, W. E................16
Fant, C. W..................18
Cooper, C. H. ..... .. .. .. ....19
Abrams, J. J. ............ ..17
Grady, F. M... ............14
Lathrop, 01. W. ............16
SWertz. R. M... .............20
SLoigslore, E. . 12
wertz, T. M. ..... ..21
t Ward. .1. M... ..A..........19
C Danniels. .1. (.. ........ ..14
Perry, i. C... .. .... .....7
Gilder, J. K., Jr... ..........12
Boozer, T. Q. .............20
11 it. will be seen that Newberry and
'r utierford tied in the first contest
and they S114t off the tie witli five
a rouilds each, Rtlierford wiining by a
d score of Is to 13.
y Cromer, .1. A..................
Cromer, E. B...............5
d Leitzsey, C. L. ...............2
:s Nance, J. 1)... ...............4
a Price. Sim. ...................4
WVard, J. M............ 3
Danniels, J. G. .... .. .........3
Perryi~, R. C..... ....... ...........1
Gijlder, .J. K. .... ..........3
to Boozer, T. Q. .. .... .. .. ..
t. Total .... .......... .....13
Will Remain in Country.
It Dri. W. E. Lake, of No. 9 Towniship,
who had( nmadle arrangements to move
tdo N ewberry to p)ractice his proftes
dsion, finds it impossible to secure a
1fhouse for himself and famnily', and in
conlsC(euece has dec(ided1 to remain at
his home ini No. 9 Township. In ad
ee dition to this his neighbors andl pat.
N,ients for whom lhe hams practicedl fI'
as the last t wenty-five years insist most
in urge'ntly that he remain with thlem,
't Dri. Lake is a good citizen andt hias
to been a successful practicionier, andi h
removal from his comnmunityv in whiell
hle lives would be a decided loss te
tht 'ommliunlity'. At the samtie time
or' we shouhld have been glad to have had
in him and( his family as citizens 0]
ne Notice to rarmers.
hr. I having b)eenl atppointed county or'
ek !.aii lzer for the Educational and (Co
il perat ive Unions for Newber'ry cut
ds I wish to visit every portion of th<4
Ie- county in the in terests of this greal
I- orulanizatio and 1( get ever'y farmer ini
ug t) (lie union. To thant (end I urge2( that
any and11 every 'ommnulnity desiring a
local union formed, or anmy in formna
ion in r'egardt to t he Farmers' Uiiioi
and its great aims andt purposes
awould communicate wvith me at New
N' berry. Thme pr'esent slump inl thei pr1iel
of m.staple cr'op and the man:
rapacious exactions fronm other com
na .hinations make it imperaOtive that the
Sfarmers should organize for mutua
protection and assistance. Please 1l1
nr me hoar from every. seetion of' th<
ed count.y desiring a local union and(1
ha shall meet with you promptly.
aCounty Organizer, Newberry, S. C.
rte~Th town clock which waos purchas
.ed by the city council someC time ag<i
-GOODWIN GRANTED IL
Associate Justice G..y Autho
His Release In The Sum of
Cole L'. 131as,1Eq, attorney t
B. W. Goodwia appeared before 4
sociate Justice Eugene B. Gary yes'
terday at Abbeville oil a writ of
habeas corpus applying for bail fot
B. W. Goodwin. Yesterday afternoon
Clerk of the Court Gogglins received
a telegram from Justice Gary an
nouncing that bail had been granted
in the sum of $5,000.00 and authoriz,
ing the clerk to release Goodwinl fron
the custOdy of the sheriff as soon as
the proper bond was presented . Iihe
bond had not been completed yester
A. 0. Jones.
Mr. A. C. Jones will begin tomorrow
morning at 9 o'clock a great reduction
sale of his large clothing stock and
gent's furnishings. The buying pub
lic of Newberry is well aware of thq
fact that when Mr. Jones announces
a reduction sale that it is a genuine
clieap sale and anyone needing any
(hing in his line will (1o well to call
and examine his stock.
The township representatives of the
confederate veterans met in the audi
to's offiCe yesterday. 'rhe following
veterans were elected as a pension
board for the year 1907:
W. (. Peterson, L. M. Speers, R.
T. C. Hunter and D. -W. Kinard, with
Dr. W. G. Houseal as physician. V.
G. Peterson aws elected chairman of
the boaid and pensions commissioner.
I take this method of expressing to
the voters of Newberry county my
most sincere appreciation and grati
tule for' the supl)ort givenl me for'
auditor. l?. C. Counlts.
WANTED-Traveler for established
house. rwelve dollars weekly to
start. l.xpenises pid. References.
9(ddress G1eorve G. Clows. Newber
my, S. C.
DON'T wait uitil youi need a tonic
--take Shaw's Malt and guard
a'it nrvois collapse. For si!.
at the Dispensary.
BARBECUE HASH-I will han,
first class Pork Hash oi Saturday,
September 8, at my residence,
'our't dwelling from fire depart
ment. J. M. Counts.
WE WANT your repairing on Bicy
cles, Guns, etc. Just received 250
New Talking Machine Records.
patoe solicited. mk
THE BEST YET-New drop head
D)omestie Sewing machine only $25
FOR SALE-Young Jerey cow.
Cheap. Apply at this office.
FOR SALE--Two hundred cords of
pine wood. Two miles from the city
A pply to M. B. Caldwell, Newberry,
WANTED-A superintendent for our
Ginery. An experienced man want
ed. Apply to L. W. Floyd. Manager.
MULE LOST-Black horse mule lost
on Saturday night about 1 o'clock
between Gary's Lane and Bush riv
er' church. Had riding bridle on, no
harness. Please notify T. J. Oxner,
Iat Kinards, or return mule to that
WANTED-You to see me before you
build and get prices on sash, doore,
blinds, flooring, ceiling, shingles, etc.
- 0. W. LeRoy.
NOTICE--Have your buggies and
carr'iages neatly repaired and re
p)ainted by Neely & Morgan, near Mr.
T. C. Pool's stables. All work guar
JUST RECEIVED-A carload , of
Milburn wagons. Call and examine
this wagon before buying.
R. Q. Williams.
A lady teachei' for Burton school,
length of term eight months. Salary,
$30.00 per month. Applications for
the position may be filed with
R. M. Martin,
Newberiry, S. C., R. F. D. No. 1.
WHEN you want to buy timber er
farm land or town property see 6r
wr'ite me and I will save you moracy.
T. E. Alexander, Real Estate Ag't
Walhalla, 8. C.