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The Movements of Many People
Newberrians and Those Who
Miss levelynl Tompki ns, who lia
been visiting at MIs. -Joil M. Kinl
ard's, will leave for her hiomeic it
Ninety Six tomorrow.
Miss Caroline Jones is visitini
friends in Clintoi.
Miss ltosa Wright, of Laurens, ii
visiting Mrs. 1". C. Jones.
Miss Jeanl I"vanls, who has been vis
itiig Miss Hattie Leavell, will re
tWr to her hiomeic in Meridianl, Miss.
''lhe Ballelor MIalids will meet thi
afternoonl it 4 o'clock with Mis:
Mlr. Hobetlmhes will aflenld fth<
dance licre (Ihis evening.
Miss Lucy VrighIt left on Frida.
for the C(olelege for Women, Columbia,
Alrs. W. L. Seabrook and mis.
Kiggins went to Charleston oil Saitir
daly, and( will refurn onl WNedniesday.
Mh. Jtliis lBoozer, of Columbia, Was
inl thit ity onl Satullrday.
Ar. .1. e. enilerly was in) the city
Miss Agines 111111111am , wlo hats been
visitAig rs. .1. W. Chapmani, in Col
lege srvet(, left on Satuirday.
Aliss J1ulia Paisley camle up from
Little Mounltainl today to atteld the
dance this evening.
Th'le courdt of, commllenl pleas (fonvenl
ed in Newherry yesterday, Judge
James ldrich presidin.,
Dr. Payne is doinig a rushing husi
less with I his woniefuil Iedicinle
anld is peror I m illus viures
(mwil 4n11 the lower stIare.
Ciief .Instiee Il'pe went )to Colum.
bia yeI st erd.Nly to a.t tem (.1 supremle
Court wlihl will colvelle this miorni
l). W. K. (Nifin. ot Alarion is
visitmini' his broAher AIr. It. F. (riffin.
The 111 rko ( I ( 'ompa ny
have arrived in NewhelrryN. and have
pitchled Oheir tvints inl the( vacantf lot
necar the power house. They have ad
ded several gool attrac(tions to their
collipaly ald have anl llittsually fine
Italianl band inl colliectiHon with the
Mr. W. A. Shenly, of Leesville, was
in the city yesterday.
FIVE PER CENT SEMI-ANNUAL.
Dividend by the Newberry Cotton
Mills-The Institution Prosper
The e NewherryN 00ott4 Al ill is onle of
the 4ldest. if' not tihe oldest mills. in
the state that is operated exclusively
by steam. It has been successively
operated flrom the begill a nld for a
luui l' 34 Years has declared a seii
ann111tual dividletd 41f 4 per cents besides
act111111,11lin , a Very n Iice surphils. III
fat it was 44ut1 of thet si'-pluIs that the
lillI was douledl~4)( Voel yeas ago~4. Un-..
Wr'i-:hu. 1134 success'5 whmichl at temled4
it. imd14 Ihis year' the diretors hatve
dleclared'4 a semii-inumil uividendh of
5~ per'41 1en 1 paable 4on :134 aflteir dJa)n
Th'lere are'4 three vacancl4ies ini the
bo)ard of* director's. l)r. 1I. C. ( arl isle,
Alr ix ). I1. Wheeler, who4 have died'(
W. T. Tarrt iit. whou re'signIed. TPhese
v'laancie's will not) lhe f'illed unitil the
anana411 llmeetIing of1 (lie stoc)(k holders
The WomaI1lln's Foreignl Al ission1ary
Stciet y of1 the Al. l-3. (Chiurch Soulth
has observed'4 the week'h of pr'ayer and1(
T1han iksgivinig inc'lud ing thte na11tional
thlanksg'ivinig inc(l1 uig Ite nat ina
18851. Services willilie held in ('entral
Me'thodist ehurch4'l this week.
MPoneday. : . m~ .--ub.xiet-- ina.
Cuba.lt Alrs. 11. ( . Attin to open the
We'dnesdaty, 3.30 lp. mt.--titrazil. Mrs.
W. Ii. Walla('e t) 4open the meeting.
No sess5ionI Thlanksgiving (1ay3 as
there wtill 1)e unIion ser'vices.
Fridaty 3.30 p. m.-Korea andl In-.
dianl Terriitor'y. Mlrs. P. C. Glilliard to
0o)en tIle meteting.
All the' members are expected to
take p)art inl the exercises.
Offerings each1 day for Our' Pledge
to help to suppor't five minssioniaies.
We will be pleased to have members
of other societies to meet with us.
Mrs. J. W. Humbert, Pros.
Mrs. Geo. Davenport,
Win. Lester Chapter U. D. 0.
*'A called, meeting of the William
LAster Chapter of U. D. C. illbe
i n the city hall at Prosperity on
Wedneday at 4 o'clock for thle pur
e" pose eleoting officers. All the mom..
ha are, reatetid to be preset.
CITY PRIMARY TODAY.
The Candidates for Mayor and Alder.
nca and Graded School Trus
'The city prilliary will lie held today
I h i14:niinu tin of 1 Ia mayor ail
on 111denrini and one (ristee of the
..r1-ded schools m I eaoill'iwh ward.
So Iar hle' (Contest lias been very
lliet and Very little. interest seenm
to be taken inl the election. Mayor
Brown alts no opposition and will sue
Aldermen L. WV. Floyd and J. J.
Langford liave no o)op)si(ion from
their respective wards.
In Wallrd 1, Alr. Josepli H. Hair is
being opposed for re-election by Mr.
1. . Baxter.
In Ward 2. ilr. William Jolsoii
declined to e at candidate for reelee
tion, and Mi. Nat Gist. and Mr. J. R.
(1reeii are caldidates for (lie position.
Aiderman Th'liomas inl Ward 5 is not
at canididate for reelection.. Ini this
ward there is i triangilar fight
aion.g J. 1. P Cook, 10]. Iodlesperger
and C. 1. Wesson.
For truistees o tle grladed school,
.J. M. Davis from WNard 5, L. Ml.
Spevis Trojin ward 1 and 0. KIettlner
fromt Ward .1 have no opposition. Mr.
Speers and Mr. Davis are memblhers of
tle present board, Mr. speers having
been ta member (if (lie board from the
establishiient of (lie selools.
Ii Ward 4, J. H1. Wicker aid J. R.
Davidson are opposing each other.
Tliey are bothi new men, not having
served on the board.
In Wand 2, F. N. Martin and W. 1'.
Pelliai are candidates for (lite posi
t ionl. 1oth ol hiese .enfflemielen are
1eilbers (0f th1e bIard 11 present.
Th'le rollowinz previnlets will ble
establis'ed inl each wan as follows:
Wand 1.---Vouil haber
Ward 2.----S(ore of 11. P1. Baker.
War l.d. 1.--OIlive ( Itlerild & News.
Ward 4.---S(ore rooim formerly oc
eulpivd by .1. 11. 1lair ats a harber, slop
Ward 5.-Near lesidence of Lt. 1-.
Por convenience the following list
of canldidates by wards is piblislied:
Mayor.-A. T. Brown.
Ward 1.-J. H-. Hair, P. F. Baxter.
-Trustee, L. M. Speers.
Ward 2.-Nat Gist, J. R. Green.
Trustee, F. N. Martin, W. E. Pelham.
Ward 3.-L. W. Floyd.-Trustee,
Ward 4.--J. J. Langford.-Trustee,
J. II. Wicker, .J. R. )avidson.
Ward 5.-J. 1'. Cook( , l Ad. Rodles
perer,C. I.Wesson.-tistee, J. Mt.
At the Opera House-Rev. W. L.
Seabrook to Preach Sermon.
Th'le uisuatl communliitY vService inl ob
'V1ee of ThanDaksvivinDy will be
held 4on Thin-sday mo(ring2 a11 11
Mes[r. EIardtI amii Wells, lie
le'ss('es (of theit Opn ) 'rlloulse', 11a1vi geni
Rlev. I). ( . Philips, piastoIr oft thie A.
11. P'. chu rebl, wIo was app1othni'd sev
('ral we'eks ag&o ((o preach'l thle sermon
is in. thle mnidlst of1 mov'i n inito hiIis
ne wh(omec, anid has1 for (that rea'fson
asked to be excfusedl.
ten R'111ev. WA. 12. Seab1lroo1k, palstor of1
th lt heran chu'11rchi of (lhe li'eemer,
mid as this wvill pirobably lbe (lie last
imne that (lie citizens oif Newberry 1
svill have an1 .)ootunIity toi hear Mr.
4abriooik oni such an occasion, it is
probllable (liat a large congregationi
vtill att(end (lie services.
11ev. Mi'. Williamnson oif the Presby- i
The usual of ferinigs for t he orphanIli
vmes of thle chuilrch wuill lbe received in
lhe usual21 mannuer. -These who wish
heir of'ferinigs toi goi (o an.y particular
wphadnatige will pleace t hem in t'nve
ops with (lie nuame of' the church or
wphan1lIage, nll loose1 mondy will be
li vided as usual among the or'phan
iges of (te churches.
The Bee Hive.
The Bece Hlive, Mr.. E. L. Bailes, prio
prie(or, dlid a rushing business all last
week and on Satuirday especially]
were their sales most gr'atif'ying. They I
are continuing these sales during this 1
week and giving some lessons to oth-j
~rs in bargains, wvhich they are offer
Alny time you look in the store it
presents really the appearance of a
bee hive, so busy are all of the clerks
waiting upon anxious customers and
There is alwvays room in Newb,erry
for liveo and up-to-date men like Mr,.
Basiles, the proprietor of the Bee Hive.
WANT to sell 20,000 lbs. fino cab
hage. Price right
at..Bi and lobs.
ELEOTION rOR OOMMISSIONER.
Matter Was Overlooker-Special Pri
mary Ordered for rriday
of This Week.
A meeting of I he exeut ive commit
tee of tihe city (leioc'racy was lel(I
oil Friday to consider tlie resignationo
of Mr. 1. F. Baxter as a member of
tieeoimmittee from Ward 1, and to
elect his successor.
Mr. Baxter having beenl a candi
date for aldermai from his ward,
Could not serve on the committee, and
therefore, sent in his resignation.
The committee elected Ar. W. 11.
Wallace to sicceed Mr. Alaxter.
Aiiotlher (testim came up before
the comillittee whih ll seems to have
beenl etiirely overlooked by the coim
missionlers of public works, the city
conCil anld tle Democratie party. No
provisioi was made liat the meeting of
the Democratic party for the nonuina- i
tioii of it member of the board of com- I
missioners of public works. Neither
did the city council itielide this office
in the notice which appeared in tle
papers on Friday calling the general i
It seems that every onie had over
looked tle fact that Mr. C. E. Sum
ier's successor is due to be elected '
at this time. Superintendent F. Al. <
Boyd called the commissioners' at- v
tention to the fact on Thursday even- v
ing and Air. Summer on Friday morn
ilig signied a pledge to become a can- 'I
didate. The committee took the posi- a
tion that it wouldi not be right to ae- s
cept this pledge as no election had
beenl ordered for cominissioner, aid}, I
therefore, sent for A[lyor ll-own), .111(1
when ('1hair11mani AlTntosi called his f
attention to the fact that there was p
a vacac lie said that le would ameml
tle lnotice( anld order 1tie election for
that ollice, tlha beiii just about when
the time was expiriii for filig pled- L
ges for tle election today.
The Committee deidied that it
would be best to order a special pri
mary for next Friday, so that if there
were any others who desired to aspire C
to tle positionl t1hey could do so in a
lie Democratic primary. p
The notice of that special election (
is published by the committee in the t<
He'rald aid News today. - C
MOLLOHON MANUFACTURING n
A Successful Newberry Eiite'rre- t4
Ably Managed-One of est Is a
In State. a
The (irectors 'of The -MoliAkn I
1111anufactuing 'ompanyilli held a meet- J
ing in t lie otilee of the pre*sideit on F
the 21st inst. The president's report V
showed gratifyin results for the
past six mont hs. A semi-annual divi- C
(delld of I'om' per cent. was declared, C
iyable Jamiary first, amd a hand- C
se sUM caI'ried to tlit' surphl,is. This A
muill has one of thle best p)lanit s in the
state an hl1 ias been i'emiarkably1 sue- N
r'essfuinl. Under thle management of N
Priesidenit Summner, who is a carefiul, y
pr'udenmt,* and painist aki ng business y:
mnai, thle stockholder's feel contfident
if its coniitiinumed successP5. C
The prtioducit of this mill finads a J'
'eady sale ini thle nort hernt markets at S
roodl pices, and1( thle fact t hat reelam
itionis on account of defective goods \A
ire rai'ely, if ever', made bear's testi- ei
nony to the skill and care of Super
nt indenit E. B. Wilbur. Mr. Wilbur, wv
ike Mi'. Summer, is comipar'at ively a
iounig man, buint has had 'onlsiderable)I C~
ixp~eriencee as a mill superintendent. C
lefor'e coming her'e eleven yars ago M: H
mprintendenit of the Newberryv Mill lie
vas suipeiniteindent of sever'al mills er
n New~ England.
Like all mills in this state, The K
afollohon had to struggle inl the begin
uing, b)ut it is now' beyond that peiod1 H
mId is an1 a'ssur'ed success.
Death of an Infant.
Laurens, Nov. 25.-Htober't A..Coop)- M
r', .Jr., thle thIiree-mlon thIs-old in fant.
on oft Solic'itor 'anid Mi's. Itobert A.
'ooperi, died t his moring a t.' 3 'clock S"
i their home On sout ih i'per stre'et.,
ftei' an illniess of about two weeks. "'
h'le body of the little oneC was carried
o Pr'inceton, this countty, this after- Ei
oon1 for bui'ial.
Creat sympathy is felt by all for L
fri. anld Mrs. Cooper in their p)euliar..
y saidl affliction, this being the fifth Cl
ereavemenlt to fall upon them, hav
ng lost all thleir children in infancy,
lve iu number.-TheState.
The many' friend of Soliditor Coop- i
ir in Newberry extend -to him and sp
dfrs. Cooper their tenderest sympathy ar
n this bereavement which has come M
o them. Bi
THE BEST THE MARKr1' A?
l'ORDS IS .NOT TOO GOOD T'OR 'S'
(0U. YOU FIND IT SERVEb IN at
I00D FORM AT JONES' REST4U- de
EANT. __ _ _- .
Farinerv we a.re. ~ayInt 'h.ha e
Contest To Be Pulled off on Grounds
of The Newberry Gun Club on
Sportsmlenl throliollugot. tle couiity
iire looking forward with much inter
st to the clay pigeon shoot to he pull
L-d off inl Newberry on Thanksgiving
lay. Some weeks ago it was announe- I
ad in The Herald and News that there
would be a shoot oin the grounds of t
the Newberry Oun club, aid that pre- t
)arations were being made for a Con- I
test that would prove interesting to I
those who participated. Since that i
ine those in charge of the arrange- I
nents for the shoot have been at work f
rranghing (lidetails, and everything s
s now ready for' the contest. f
The shoot will begin at 11 o'clock ]
ITtihurstay morning and will con- a
inue during lthe afternoon. if there C
Ire enough participants. It will nob t
>e a club shoot, but ani individu
hoot; tle various classes being select- p
d without respect to clubs.
Half of the proceeds will be given e
is prizes to the first, second and r
hird best marksmen in thq. varions e
The first class will he composed of ti
xpert trap shooters, the second class ;j
f matelur trap shooters, the third fi
lass of shooters who have never shot
t Clay pigeons and the fourth class 11
f boys. This is for the single shots. w
'he calsses at double targets will be oi
rrain,ed on- the ground to suit te s
The entrance fee will be one dol- n
ir to shoot at tWentyfive targets. As e
ited. half of the amount realized Tp
roi entrance fees will he, given as f
adies of Central Methodist Church m
Will Hold Bazaar 13th and 14th ri
December. - - m
The ladies of the Central Metliodist m
hiureh will hold a Bazaar on the 13th w
id 14th of December for the pur- a
riSe of raising funds for the Church st
bt. There will be numerous things a
i be sold that will be suitable for w
hristmas gifts and other gifts. 01
The Bazaar will be open day and
ight, and refreshments will be served n
iring the entire time. co
The ladies on the following commit- la
es are earnestly requested to meet rij
t the Methodist Church next Monday in
rternoon at four o'clock. d
Faney Work Booth.-Mrs. E. M. g
vans. Chairman; Mrs. Lambert W. st
mnes. Mrs. W. T. Tarrant, Mrs. Jno. li
ddy,' Miss Neville Pope, MINrs. S. J. lit
Aproni Boothi.-Mfrs. R. D. Wright, ,
hiairmnan; MINrs. Butrr Martin, Mrs. w
f. ('IIannon, rs. John Reeder, MAlrs. ti
co. Johnstone. Mlrs. Fannie Fanit, Il
Is. Mary Norris.
St. Patrick's lBooth.-Mrs. J1. P'. a
eel, (Chairman; Miss 1Ida Laiigford, eo
iss Jlessie Hiornsby, Miss Lois Fant,
iss Bell Epting, Miss Mattie Adams,.
hiairman ; Miss Sara Robinson, Miss TA
Ilie Humiett, Miss Maud1 Fant, Mrs.
G. Welch, Mr's. Thomas Hiarrell.
G olden Links Booth.--Miss Mary fo
right, Chairman ; Golden Links So- Cc
Children 's Boot h.-Mirs. .J. W. ye
bite, Chairman ; Chaldren 's Society. in;
Cake Booth.-Mrs. \Vill Hlornsby, Di
tairman ; Mrs. Johin Wicker', Mrs. im
arlic West, Mr's. Geo. Epps, Mrs. Ri
eniry Caldwelh. w
Refreshments.-Mrs. Geco. D. Dav- Ni
port, Chairman. i
Coffee.-sMrs. Jas. Dunbar, Mrs. on
ate Boozer. Mm
Oysters.-Mrs. Willie Roof, Mrs. at
A. C. Robinson. H.
Salad.--Mrs. J. K. Gilder, Mr's. Jim Ha
>ting, Mrs. M. L. Bynum.
icc Cr'eam.--Mrs. Mary Wi'ight,
r's. Y. .J. P~ope, Mi's. WV..H. Wallace.1
I.' Mr's. R. C. Williams, Mi's. Jas. C. pu
.1mpl)1, Miss Jnlia Tarrant. of
2. Mi's. W. B. Wertz, Mrs. Tom
icker', Miss Agnes Chapman.]
3. Miss Lizzie Salter', Miss Lucy dii
>ps, Miss Mamib Salter, or
4. Mrs. C. 0. DBease, Miss Annie Ne
uric Tarriant, Miss May Langfoird. mc
5. Mrs. J. M. Ward, Miss Addle
inpmaij, Miss 'Ida Epting.
' Missionary' Service.wi
Rev. C. L. .Browvn and Mrs. Brown, se
itheran missionaries, who have ani
ont the past seven years in Japan
s visiting Newberry as the guests of
r's. J. A. B. Scherer. Mr. and Mrs.
'own are at home on furlough and
11 return to Japan next year. 3
On Wednesday afternoon a mis
nary 'service faor wonmen will be held
the. Lutheran church of the Re
enmer, at which an address will be vae
de1 by Mrs. Brown.
LI.SALEN-Forty or, for ty five well prii
'NOTHING'TRUE BUT HEAVEN"
Tot Mtch Cotton-Not Much Corn
Dead Horse, Dead Cow, And Dead
Billy Goat Under Auction
Col. James T. Bacon writing to the
uiday State frot Edgefield says
onte very true things, in a very forci
le way and whtieh are applicable to
titer places than Edgefield. One of
he good things that wiil come of
he short crop this year will probably
e a lesson to the lien hfrchant wilo
as in many places done much to do
ioralize labor by making credit easy
the class wlo should htave worked
itr the land-owner. He will probably
aIffer in some cases but it may bene
it the farmuer by bnabling him the
etter to handle the labor that must
ssist inl working his land. High price
:tton and good crops iave done mucl
ldemoralize the labor of the farm.
Easy credit., as a result of the high
rice and good crops, for a mule, a top
tuggy, rations and supplies, madq
ery farm laborer desire to become a
miter and to farm on his own ac
mnt. The lesson of this easy credit
tat is being taught this fall may help
io labor situation. Col Bacon do
-ribes the situation in Edgefield as
"Yes, there is nothing, true but
eaven ! Lovely spring abides in poor
icked old Edgefield, and the ten
ive, blooming thickly at the unde
rvinig door of the poor, wicked old
riter. And still we' are not happy,
>t restful. We have made but little
itton and bit little corn-and the
lanksgivinig turkey is a dollar a
ather-anld eggs- are 30 cents apicee
-Wnd whiskey comes high-and tle
liee of tie auetioneer is heard' in tle
nh--ad tIt aitumin girl Cant't adopt
v V lit.Je topl-klnot, anld must.
willingl-dy take Pastor Wagner's ad
ee abotit tie simple life--and tho
r.4)o m11anl is int trouble an111d sees his
ad htorse --o mider the iammer
d everybody works but tle negro
>Mianl, who is a rose of Sharon and
vestal virgin (f ancient Romie-and
>rms of sorrow fall-and cares like
wild deluge comc-and we have no
?ll-grounded hopes of Heaven, tle
ly trite thing.
"But yet sometimes we laugh.*The
gro man is ini trouble-for lack of
tton, corn, and3 credit. We do not
aigh at that, altiough we have every
fht to. But we cannot help laugh
wlten day by (lay the negro man's
ad horse or dead cow, or dead billy
at, or ramsltackle cart, or crazy bed
ad goes under the auctioneer's
mmter. And the auctioneer's words
e so ftuy! If tle buzzards have
en picking ott the dead horse for
ithis the autioneer says ie is a
id, blue-blooded Arabian steed only
ree years old. And tihe negro wo
Im, the vestal virgin of uncient
ae, stands by atnd tvr offets to
rifice her white kid slippers or hter
stly black crepe3 veil.''
)YSTERS ON HALF SHELL AND
ESTERS IN ANY STYLE ON
[ORT NOTICE AT JONES' RES
Althtoutght betn Greet has only heeni
.tr years in America his Englisht
mpany, whtich will be seen htere on
cdnesday ttightt itn thte Merchant of
tice, has proven a veritable recruit
t ground for Americatn managers. I
ring the present seasotn, 4 former
mbers of htis companty are with
3lhard Mansfield in Peer Gynt, three
hi Annie Russell, int a Midsummer
ht 's Dream, two with Viola Allen
Cymbelino, two wvith Mis. Fiske, F
with Amelia Bingham, three with
dam Modjeska, and four as stars
the head of thteir own companies
B. Irving and Dorothtea Baird,
b)ert Lorraine atnd Katie Bariry.F
For Commissioner Public Works.
Wir. F. .J. Russell is htereby unitnat
as a cattdidate for commissioner of
le wvorks atnd will ab)ide thte rules 5:
the Democratic party.
hereby annoutice myself as a cn,
ate for re-election as Commtission
of Public Works for the Qity of G'
wherry, and wvill abide by the Dc- T4
eratic primary nomination.
Chtarles E0. Sumimer,
Lll members of the Farmers' Union O
1 please let me know htow many dry
nd cotton seed they htave for sale
what they will take for them.
. S. P. Crotwell. .H:
ATRONAGEI OF LADfIS 'IS
PECIATILY 'SOLICITED AT
t's awful extravagant ,to got di
eod .from a rich Wife.
'armera, we are, paying highest BI
~e for cQtton eedo. TI
1arcell & Scott. P1
a.uisuay, November 27, 1906.
Corrected By Nat Gist.
Middling......... .. 10 1-2
Strict MidIdling ...... ...... 10 5-8
Good Middling ............10 3-4
W. M. AUGUS'.INE, BEEr MARI.
V3est steak . . . . .. . 12 1-2 ets.
Other cuts from 6, 8,and 1Qe. per lb.
Pork 12 1-2 cents per lb.
Steak Pork 15 cents per lb.
Oysters, oest 40 cents'per quart.
THE SKATING RINK
- OPEN EVERY NIGHTT
Admiss!on-Ladies FREE; Gentle.
men, 10 Cents; Skates or Use or
Floor, 15 Cents.
FUN FOR EVERYBODYI
ROOD BUTTER AND MILK COW
for sale. Apply to T. W. Gallimai.
WANTED-eFiv salesmen and five
salegladics. Call at the Bee Hive.
E. L. Bailes.
PINE HOGS-a. A. Langford has re
turned from Tennessee with as fine
let of hogs as ever came to New
berry. Pool's stables.
Pool & Langford.
NANTED-Four salesmen and four
salesladies. Apply at The Bee Hive
at once. E. L. Bailes.
JASH PAID FOR OLD OLOTHES
for one week. Racket Store.
Mrs. Dora Watts.
IONEY WITHOUT BEES-WiIJ
Send family formula for making an
excellent healthy home made loney
for 25c., silver or stamps.
J. F. Clark, Conway, Ark.
"OR RENT FOR 1907-Good four
horse farm with large dwelling.
house and other necessary buildings,
near Beth Eden church.
R. 11. Burton, Whitmire, S. C.
5 PER CENT CUT DURING "Car
nival'' week on all clothing at
1EFORE YOU SELL YOUR EGGS,
frying size chickens or game of any
description call on us at the City
Cafe. We want them and will pay
.ust a little more than others for
E,arhardt & Wells.
'EACHER WANTED-To teach St.
John's public school. State salary
expected. In answering this ad.
-0. F. Chapimanl, Peak, S. C.
~EW YORK State Baldwin apples
fo sale at wholesale.
Jas. F. Todd.
W ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR
Christmas goods and some new
lines, we offer our entire stock of
glass ware, crockery and hardware
a.t cost a.nd ,less to close out. These
lines must go. See 'em.
C. G. Barrier & Co.
HEREBY FORBID any one to hire
or harbor George Sand(ers, colored,
about 22 years old, as lie is under
contract with me for 1906 and 1907.
J. S. Dominick.
OR RENT--Two or three good one
horse farms, 7 miles west of New.
ber'ry- H. D. Boozer,
Newvberr.y, S. C., RI. F. 1). 1.
DR RENT--Eight horse farm two
miles from towvn. Will rent whole
or part. M. B. Caldwell.
EIINGLES-I have plenty of shing
los. Call and get prices.
0. W. LeRoy.
LAURENS LAUNDRY DOOES
)OD WORK AND GUARANTEES
) DEAL FAIRLY WITH ALL.
JAMES K. GILDER,
lice in front room over post office,
SEND YOUR LAUNDRY TO TE
ERAD AD NEWS THURSDAY
(D GET IT BACK SATURDAY
I'am,rs, We are paying highea
Ice for cotton seed.
Enreell & Scott
.AURENO STBA2M LAUNDRy~
ST IN THE. STATE. A0ENCY 7.
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