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The Movements of Many People
Nowborrians and Those Who
liev. (;. 1. Phlilipls al lZeNv. A. 11.
I '.a lr won will contlel ' istallation
erit-cs at Pl'-veity .\. 1". P'. chlive'ch
S'cliek and at IlityN at 3.301) . Iml.
''he prives t1o lister IBrown Satir
d1ay ari..tie 50. 75. $1.110 an(l $1.50.
Thl gllver will be restrved I'fo
n(11r1,4es olY Mollilmay night, prices 25
anl 511 cents. ( lieteral admnission 25,
50- and 75 eenlts.
Mis. H. 11. W ri,lt is visitint. rela
tives in Coillnhia.
Mr. Ciris i11abeInlithI wen to Co
I bini yi ves enlaY to spend several
Mr. W. A. Fant spent a few dlays
this week a H1arris Sprin.gs ol liisi
Nat I;ist ieturned on Wednestiday
fromll a buhisilness trip to Cha111rleston.
owing to a inisunidersthandigii., the
I1r1.n t tfor IinrIIavinI the Crosses
~tI lolr Cor C'ointellerate' veteranls
11:a,4 not beten let vt.
I I r. W . .\. Shealy. fI .esville. was
i IIit vi I v 1' W eie1 l:v.
v) . . 11 i it, III *f l' ion . was inI
:,1e i V on <lhievdIaSlI.
Ms.. Mllit (leln and Miss Lizzie
t'llenn le t't on We, lnesday for 1aurens,
wlere they will make their future
Miss li 11atton is visiting her
brother Mr. Thomas Hat ton at Renno.
Cadets C. L. Cannon, .1. T. Folk, G.
11. Folk. F. C. Gilbert, W J. Sheely.
D. A. Cannon, E. S. Kohin. T. M.
lnnter and A. C. Hunter left for
4limson Collet,e on wetdnesday. af
ter spentdinl: tle holidays at home.
Miss Sarah Houseal left for Eliza
heth Colle, tiln vesterday.
3Ir. E. L.. i.iles of Ilie l1ee i ive has
cone to the oNrtiheirn mar-kets andt
whi he returns will put on a sale at
prices never heardI of before in this r
The Wes.teni Union Telei-raph otflie
linz len moved into the front office
of The flerald and New.s buildin,.
'l'lTe l'olowing1 junrs and g rauind
jilror., liavv lievi tirawi to strvI'---tite
grantl jurY for tle year. and teilt petit
jr for tihe, spril li ing iltrm of eourt,
wvich mvets. at Nwherry t ile 2Sti.
'I'liWe er l six ratl jirors aeeortl
inl._ tl haw. whll wvill hold11 over froml
the a'iel it' lilt hist year.
Uinm( jurors W. S. Andrtews. T. J.
otJer. .lr., 1I. 0). Iloozer. .. P. Ad
vich. '. 11. (' .m.r. S. 11. .41hnson. E.
U. 1i in tn. . V . L .aihm. WN. A.
Colntl. (C. 11. Harmon. W. F.d. K"n.
Av. 1). 1 11. 1 aK.
C. QA:uthr :n n. . lllinnea, .1. n
R ihanson .1 .. Wise. W. F. Bedenl
han.. . NI. \Vtnt. *1.o F.. i'ann..
IL . llrs, . '/Al. W ier. II. 31.
U.ia .\I-.bl., i';e-e. F.ppa. a. tho.
Sient'rhou.e. in Thehre orn D. F.
Mael-k. A1 et. .theh. Warner
N.r1e- litzl. %at F.) onyWright.L
-Brn,klyn Ci 3tin. 1 1 hpad
J. H.1.on.:.is.co Suhlo,n. .Wik
Ne.rol as. Romne, ne P.wiaop..,
Had.p te. th. g locrredda
Hnly hae Flihte.
Mahet--ah.nre ofa soce whaose
paradox hote in hetee."r'
rely-otoieredo- ol oe inligt.l
t-eyromey outi. Bso rncit
Nero alfom Mburning.ay
adtesa this Boccr today.
~hsInnlfmng ng, ounw.
ot-Oh'Tat' whtsociety what-a
terao wit e r is.' ?
4 KScot-I''Why,e you knwn gtl exp
rearl tnotconsierd t's beinit lrk
theadcte out.ston Transcipt
"Tllm aou itunig.
"hes the hal-oine, ao sw.itl
Kunout,Oh ishat'sv wiha' hndsmet
ter with but hir crulait r,th
Gr adi-Wit fhres hairf tWhiratd
Knx- oted.iCotwslighot except
nea th oos whr itsqit ak
THE NATIONAL BANK.
Business in Fine Condition-Board of
Directors Elected. Mr. F. N. Mar
tin Declines Cashier.
Th'le nn1meeting4) of Ilhe stock
hl0wers or the National Ilatnk of New
ierY wns held at their banking" house
mit (ite 81i.
Th'lip followin dirvetors wreeleet
ul1: Ml. A. Carlisle, T". K. Carlisl"(.b
1. Matthews, J. 11. Itinter, I. C.
\Uoseley, J. A. Blackwelder, S. B.
\ntll, George Johistolle.
Thel( boanid then elected Mt. A. Car
isle, president: F. N. Martin, C'ishier;
L 1. Tarrant. assistant cashier;
tenir Can111111, bookkeeper; TIoilas
C. .111nslone, eollector: (George J0hn
Mr'. Mairtin leelined the position
c-ndlered him as, ellshier, anid anlother
leetillg of tle board will he held on
lie 17th, to fill the vacancy caus~ed
y his resignlationl.
The sliatemlenit mlade by thle offeers
f Ihe banlk showed tlhe inlstitutiol
11 he inl ood oliitfion.
nidependent for God and Home and
FIoIy vears the IDIeim'ocratie parht
ats Wan1derled inl thle wilderniess ini
vepest s4prrow, becaulse they looked
ot to God for help blut eouirted the
eli) atid support of tlie devil and his
ile crews of saloon men and whiskey
rist gamblers. ]lnt God alone can
ive Us victory, and now when all hope
gone we turn to God with our in
ependent platform for our next pres
lent-For God and Home and Our
'ountry. For Christ and No More
aloon nor Whiskey Trust. Harlot
louses 4%r Traffie in 0iris for Pros
itiiion. No more gaibling- hells,, le
alize'l an11d protected. No more opium
ruists. Noi more destroyers of mali
ind lelialized 14 d i 111( rob and
ut1rder ou' people for their lioiest
rijs. No more (;odless. worthless
['lool books. hi the first lessons in
11 school boo4 iks shall be " To Love
od With All Thv I ar1t. and Love
'heyN Neig-hbors ats Thy Self," anld
ive warings to the yoing as to the
it talls of hell that are in their patlhs..
Now when ( hd and tile Angles of
Il thie good people are ou1r support
nelorV' is surei.
iTlblic-an or DlImot'rat which ever
-ins the people lose.
Turni us aain. 0. L.ord of Hosts,
ltcausi cie Thv fack. to shinle oil us.
1id1 we shall he saved.
()ui flau: shall nio,t float over andi
rotet'I the enemllies of ourl country11*.
a10 i l ifish hut Inne fIor mur pe
I el nii inl -o d pa 1y1 v 'v111 414
a are w r 1h e Vc WI 11 les.t -
STi oldiers ' 111 i 11e. S' I . C tle
Otd, you havlle ertily trim 0(litl
It'ist.he re ' getting p'eonntit.
eisst tweet0and oyy-ad, athereli
megt heu to the ight b tider,-fo
Theo t.hdes2t AdaScy of thea'y
'hurcht I o'cokafi i the perme-il ol t
ext10 rielar meein M withF oaMrs.
'easd lonsistin of fusaym after)1
oon.Sanary15. aV tolck
Otlcer (vlQua lfece ndcthe
Noie isl hrebyaien That se 11ll
ello at the headhotetieed,eotgpublic
lbinent tto therstbder, year
-ah, beste2t a fJnay
elated conisin acre last imeao
nhes stoc, kept iteruey eparte
anJ.d 5 bae. Ifwin, be
B. . Waso,
Laytow' improvendewa coll eeo
le iallwe quimelfs . This see a
ithis sed,akept sit, entirely sparte,
The Law Makers Organidind Start
to Work-Whaey 1ooted
Ispecial Cor. 11er-Aidand Newt;.
Columbil, S. C., .Jhi. fO--The leg
silatI:e of, South Carolina 11 has been in
sessionl only two dlays, and yet the
law makers Iaive gol cll pretty well
down to busiless. The all,importalt
thjilng to be d1on1e was the clection of
-speaker, and the fight of the three
canidates for' this high honor was a
spirited one indeed. Hion. R. S.
Whaley, of Chilllestonl, Hon. 1). 1).
MeColl, of Belnettsville, and -onl. J.
Wright Nash, of Spartanburg, were
the three who offered for election.
The race was conceded to be between
Messrs. Whaley alld McCwl ,as was
proved onl the first ballot,'when it was
seen that Mr. Nash had no,.chance.
M'r. MfeColl had cotducted' an ag
ggressive campaign, and had gained
VonsideI'able strefigth towards lthe
as,but nlot enlonghl to give hlim thei
speakership over Mr.% Whalcy, who
was elemted on tie second ballot by,' a
vote of 64 to 55. Both of' the ''sides''
dlait that Ithe dispenlsalN,ry Was mlItlade
an issuit, and Othat' thet oiher. side did
it-hit it is safe (o sav that the vote
Woulda have been very materially
(11nged had it not beenll forthis tact.
Mfr. cColl, who is persolally very
popllar is a1 Conservative dispetnsary
mat .while his oppolent. is al atii-q
(is)enIslry man of strong anto senli
ment. There are some who say that
the vote was the first test of the dis
penlsary question, though it seenis
hardly fair to either side.inasmuch as
there were several Cases of ''split
oil tile two sides.
Mr. Frank B. Gar1 wa1elcte
clhirman pro tem. and ptesided until
(te Iewly elected speaker was swoI'l
in. Mr.. Whaley,x at onlvo devoted him
self to getting.) tite House in troodV
wrirorder, and today thle appoin(-V
Imlelt of eollmmittees will be announced
alon-t with thle other alPPOinltmlenits.
Newherr's delegawtion received roOd
Ini thet- senate dhe usuial dispatchi
w:IS inl evidence. and the wor-k of
or1ganittion wvas donle very quickly.
Lieutenant floverlor Sloatn opened
the pr-o.ee(dinu:s in the absence of
IIon. T. G. McLeod, Wo will be ill
augiurated next Tuesday along with
tile other state officillis. Onle of the
first bills introdiced was a e.sollitioi
by Senator Blease approvin,Ile the
Priesiden(t 's action in the Brownsville
military matter, and calling upon tile
two st0te sellito's to Uphold tile
1re'1Videnlt inl his action. It oeccasionled
SOmle little dlebate1 among, the senlators,
who thou-Oht that somle of whom
tlok the position that it was a matter
of' proprietary whether. thlis; -tven
t.lt shlaid dietate to fed(rle gov
rmetjowv thley should d1.. But
the *etlate sidedI with Senlator Blease
11141 pma-st the r1esolutn by a vote
of 16 to 21.
Thtere atre a numthber' of' v'ery imtpor't
enls'4ed, for' that tmat ter--and thet GenI
eratl Assetmbly w-ill htave its htantds fll
itn doting it. Therie is thte all impor'tatt
dispensary bill, wh'1ichI last yea1r wasfl
tile red r'a' to a bull1 to some1 peCople.
Se'vetral blills wiii be itrtoduced alIoni
this Ilne anld bo0th sideCs are' endelavor'
ini' to gzet thlere first. The adv'ocates
of thte systemh wtill shot'tly inttrodutee
the no0w famuous RaysOr'-MannIing~-Till-.
mtan purificationl bill, wh'ile' the- op-.
pon'enits of the~ system wvill iltrtodue
a bill modeled after the Mor'gatn local
optionl bill of ias~t year, with the li
etnse feature omitted. Atnother
nmeasurle which will receive the atten
tion of the law mak~ers wtill bec a bill
from tile dispenlsar'y side abolishing
thte bloard of cotrol and placing the
managetment of -the dispensar'y under
one man, like tile inisane asylum and
tihe penetentiary are managed. It is
thloughlt that the sentimetnt of thte
assemb)ly will soon be learned, and a
test vote will likely com- this wee'k.
Mr. Ayer, of Florence, introdulced in
the HIouse- Wednesday a bill in which
he desired to place on record the sen
timent in favor of a purified dispen
sary. Thlis was 'refused immuediate
conlsider'ationt, but will 'likely be
brought upl today. Another topic to
be conlsider'ed is that of taxes-and
equlalization. Comptroller Jones, whlo
is a tireless worker, will incorporate
in his report a copy of a bill whichi
hte wvants passed in order to equalize
the taxes. He is a strict construc
tionist, and wishes to see the letter
pf the law carr'ied out in this r'espect..
Whtile only 60 percenit of th6 property
is the basis now, 110 hopes to make it
s0 thlat tile basis will be one hundred
per -eent . Thtis, it is claimed will
lesseni taxes, at thle same time, increas
ing the not proceeds. The question will
be fonight out again tis year'.
Thle Newber'ry delegation is .stop
ping as follows: C. L. 1Blease at
Wr'ightt's hotel, Alan Johnstone, ia
the Jeromne, C. T. Wyche at Dr.. W.
McMillon's an E H Aull aWthe
NEWS OF PROSPMRITY.
Play to be Given by the Sorosis Fri
day Evening-Persona1 and
Pr'~osperity, Jan 311 Ii.-M(%r. T.* .J.
Cameron had fihe muistorttine to lose
his popket book dhu-ing the holidays.
It had live dollarA in- money umd a
loof (1I pali-S inl it. lie IsksI that any
1ne who malI fid'it will write him at
Leesville, R. F. 1). No. 4.
Mrs. Elizabeth Camuiieroin, of Lower
No. 9, departed this life Moday,
January 71th,,in the 76ith year of her
3ge. , She leaves seven children and
I hree sisters, Mrs. J. P. Vatighn, Mrs.
Lusalinalh Quattlehaui and Mrs.
F"ranlees Stockianl. Siho was laid to
1est by her pastor, Rev. W. H. Whit
aikert in Prosperity demetery onl Tues.
lay January 8, 1907.
We extend our sympathy to the
Irs. arr, of Little Mountain, has
>el 0on a1 visit to Mrs. 1). W. Boland
he past, week.
Mrs. C. I'. Lathanl visited herM Io
her, Mrs. 1). W. Bolaild this week.
Miss Lecargaret leckie entertained
le 'orosis last Friday evening. It
va the initi,11 meeting of the New
Cea. an1d wAIts (hor-oughly enjoyed.
The Knights of Pythias will have
ieir minquet otn Tuesday Jainary 15.
rhe Sorosis will furnish it. It will
e the social feature of the New Year
ud many a gallant Knight will pAy
iomage at. tile setinc of beauty that
The committee of arrangements
ave some splendid surprises instore,
ce are told, for the delegation of the
oble Knights and tile assembled ]a
Rev. W. B. Aull. of Elloree, Or
nehurg county, preached two splen
id sermons in Grace church last Sumi
ay mointg a( night. They were
ery highly spoken of, and we heard a
e tleman say that M '. Alll w a'as
Onle of our conling stron.g men.'' He
ssisted Pastor Kreps with the coim
M's. E. B. Kibler has returned
roma pleasant holiday trip to her
1aIets, Mr. and Mfrs. W. R. Elmotre.
Mi. . R. Hunter and wife were
a town for a short time on Wednes
Mr,. and Mrs. John K. Aull were
a towi visiting last Friday.
Capt. f. S. Boozer has after
hirty-five years or inore of residence
n 0111 town, left us for our neigh
e)ring city of Nevwetry. Capt. Booz
r, has been active in every good work.
Ie was actively identified with tile
r10grTess of the town. lIe was fore
Most in all that pertainls to the church
id tle welftare, and always stood in
le forefront hattling. for truth and
ight. We teel his losts deeply and
'egret to lose him, ilt wish him muich
eceessinl his new home and do most
iartily 'omapnend( him to. the good
eopile of Newherry.
Mrs. Boozer' htas been1 active ini the
nssion work of Girace church and
ms1 b)(een pre'sidenlt of the WNomn' s
dissioniary society for' a iinber of
rars. 11er loss' to the caluse here
vill lhe made stood inl her active inter
~st there. WVe can but. wish Capt.
M(ozer't ando his most estimab)le well in
heir new home.
Misses Edna and Lucy Fellers have
ei'rned from their visit to friends
Mr. and Mrs. Caldivell ar'e visiting
nI tihe Unity community this wveek.
Capt. R. H. Rlussell, of Jacksonville,
Florida, anid tihe S. A. L. are 0on a
visit to his children this week.
M. B. L. Wheeler, one of Uncle
amsby,is at home this week.
Mrs. Hodges, of Spartanburg, is
visiting Mrs. A. H. Hawkins.
Mr. D. J. Talyor has moved into
tihe Old Prosperity Highi School
Miss Mattie and Lillian Fellers are
visiting Miss Lucy Fellers this week.
Our town has roller skating
idea fully developed. The skating
club has ren.ted the city hall and two
nights eAch wveek they hold h4gh
arnival. They say it is delightful
and emlioyable if it wasn't for 'thle
falls. "Twas ever thus'' always some-,
tiing to mnir our pleasure.
Mr. Joseph B. Hartman will move
into the house5 vacated by Mr. D. J.
Mlrs. Mai y Rawls, of Lexington
county, stopped over with her neice,
Mrs. J1. A. Sinmpson on her return
fromt the funeral of' her sister, Mrs.
W. W. HTousea1.
Mrs. J. A. Simpson attendled the
funeral of her aunt, Mrs. W. W.
Houseal heat week.
.Tile Flowver of the Family at the
city hiallb next Friday night .10 and
25 cents. Forty squiare laughe for a
dime.' Be there- and get 'your shai'e.
Mr nd Mrs. John fl. Ofthoff and
3ASs Prtlikt Otisoff,0 oft Cineh'r
of Columbia, 'aeo visiting Mrs. Ja
Among the niew pupils of the P1
perity Oraded school, we note Al
Miile iIeltv, of Poiaill.
Our ''Mule Men'' are doing
''huid oillee''' hus iness agin th/y'
This is oneo Iting that linever. I'lil s
Move, (een if' yoIg have Io mlove I
(the 11im1v) iliko the old clown in
'he Clklmlsonl. boys, after fin ox
weeks vacation, returned to Hi
studies on Tuesday. ' s
Uncle Mike Kceipsonl anld Mr.
L. Wise, progressive farmers of,
luda' coumty, were in town tle I
We hope to have good reports fi
our delegatiol il the general isseni
110w ill Session ill Collullbia.
The play to be given by the Sor<
Friday evening for the benefit of
School grounds proillises 'In be
worth yilour tie and attention. Fi
becatse those who have taken part
it, have given it much thought
e1re 1111ad deserve the appreciat
presence or a lItrge audience. See
becaulse it is for a, miosl worthy i1
pose. One in which we should all
deelily interested, for there is s
much to he done on tle school ya
then let its all be there. Admiss
is 1.0 and 25 eent's and lhelp to ii
the grounds a thing of bealuty.
daily job to the pupils and a last
joy to tle town.
NOTIE FINAL STTLIMEN
Notice is hereby giveil thpt the
dersigned will, on the th day
February, 1907, make a final set
ment on the estate of Green Thon
deceased, and will immediately th<
after apply to Judge of Probate
lettent dismissory as administratot
said estate. All persons having elai
against said estate will present sa
oil or before that date and all par
dile the estate will make prompt p
.J. H. Thomas,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NE0WBERRY.
BH.-JO1VN C. WILSON, Esquire, I
WHEIREAS, John A. Sunner h
inade suit to me, to grant him I
ters of Administration of the Est
of and effects of Catherine P. St
THIISf ARE THEREF'ORE to
and admonish all and singular
kindred aln( creditors ofithesaid Cn
erine P. Summer, deceased, that. t
he and appear bel'ore me. in the Co
of Probate, to be held at Newbc
on 24th January next after publ
tion thereof, at 11 o'clock in the f
noon, to show cause, if any they hi
why the said Adminiiistration sho
not be -ranted.
(11VIIN under ily ltHand, this 1
dayl of Jlanuary Anno D)omini, 1903
.J. C'. Wuilson,
NOTIOE 0OF OPEI(INGt BOOKS
Undler authority of a Coimmist
issued( to the nnidersignled by the f
retary of State of South Carol
niotice is hereby givein that we
openl Books of Subhscriptionu to
y apital stock of Summer, Brotll
Company at 10 A. M. on .Satur<
.January 12th, -1907, ntt thle office
Summner Brothers in the Towvn
Newberry, S. C. The capital si
is one hutndred thousand dollars di
edl into one thousand shares of
hundred dollars each.
Charles 1E. Summ
~' J. Harrison Summ
George W. Summe
Newberry, S. C., January 10th, 1
Attention Veterans I
The annual dues, 25 cents, to Ja
D. Nance Camp, No. 336, U. C.
are now due, and must be paid 01
before thes 15h inst. Pay to the tr
urer, G. F. Long, or 'to the clerli
J. W. Gary,
0. L. Schumpert, Comd
N' TIOB OF .ANNUAL 'MBET]
OF COUNTY BOARD 00OWl
Notice is hereby given that the
nual meeting of the County Boari
Commissioners will be held on
first Thursday after the first Mori
in January, 1907.
All piersons holding dei
against the County of any kli
previously presented to the' Be
are required sto file the same with
Clerk or3 or before the first. dat
January, 1007, so that -they ina
expmined 'and ordere'd' to be patI
the annual meeting.'
oby , .Ootn Market.
Corrected by Nat it.
-08- Middliig .. .. .. ............9 3-4
[iss Strict Middling . .. . 101-8
Good MiddliIg .. .... ......10 1-4
r. The Local Market.
un Means....9..............9 to 11
ii t m ' . .... .... .. 10 to 18
IIhe BetLr. .. ... 12
Best N. 0. Molfsses 0.....60 to 70
G Good( M. 0. Molasses .. .. 35 to 40
eir Corn .... ...... .... 80
Meal .. .. .... .. ..... 80
. Mixed Chicken Food .... 90
Sa.. Hay .............. 1.35 to 1.50
ant 1st Patent Flour .. .... .4.40 to 4.75
2nd Patent Flour, . .. .4.00 to 4.40
Om Good Ordinary Flour, .. .3.50 to 4.00
bly Sugar .............. 5 1-2
Ri . . 5to -3
Co*" o If .... .. .. , 15
the ,CoWite t1ireen........... .. *r-to 20
toll Cothm I u ed w ..... 1. 20
rst, '' ''.''.''.''.''.''. . 25
in Pou'try............. 10e. l5.
ive ~~ -
JAMES K. GILDER,
be Office in fr nt room over post office,
till NEWBERRY. S. 0.
;oll E. H. KIBLER,
A Office Formerly Occupied
ilg By Dr. D. L. Boozer,
Newberry, S. 0. )
1'. . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
n- FOx RENT-Two-horse farm two
of miles iyest of Newberry, known as
le- the J. J. Amick plantation.
as, Apply, J. J. Amick,
re- Kinards, S. C.
of FOR SALE-Large~stove; wod, hard
as or soft coal burner; just the thing
ine far slarge room, store or hallway.
ics Also, a fine quarter oak folding
ay- bed. W. L. Seabrook at Lutheran
I NOTICE-The First National Bank,
of Whitmire, located at Whitmire,
S. C., is closing its affairs. All note
holders and other creditors of the
Iro- association are therpfore hereby no
tified to present the notes and other
Itht elpims for payment.
'et- Lloyd Osborne,
NOTICE-Youl are warned not to
site hire or harbor Cal Stoudemire as he
the is uider contract with me for the
th- year 907 J. A. C. Kibler.
AFTER JANUARY 1, we will gin on
rry ly on Tuesdays and FridaXs.
SProsperity Cotton Oil Mill Co.
ve, SHINGLES-I have plenty of shig
ul(d les. Call and get 'prices.
0. W. LeRoy.
FOR SALE-lymouth ifack and( Or'
kinigton cocks jet right p)rices5.
S. J1. Kohnt,
Prosperity, S. C.
.$150 PER MONTH sure to good
onAgenits, handling the world 's great
e- est of Hair tois Absolutely the
, greatest seller in America to-day.
l Nothing else like it. Sells at almost
the every home over and over again.
ers $7.00 elear profit on each dq,llar.
Lay, W'rite today for . full particulars,
ot with real cliance of a lifetime.
of Address J. F. Clark, Conwvay, Ark.
one FOR, SALE-Two good mules, guar
anteed perfectly sound. Am running
er. smaller farm than last year anid
er. dont need them.-will soil cheap.
. Apply to "
)07.. W. W. Wicker,
Thos. E. Wicker,
mes 5t 2tw. Newberry, S. C.
or FOR SAI4E-For cash only--32 eali
las- bre W'inehester Repeating Rifle,
of hwo boxes cartridges, metal jacket.
und lead bullets, Edison Standard
Phonograph with about 2 1-2 doz
r. en assorted records, carrying ease
to hold three dozen records, horui,
recorderI, reprod ucer~ and scraper,
all comp)lete. Eas'tman Pocket Fold
HG ing Kodak, new styre, No. 2 A.,
-fine camera, 5 x 7 for plates, have
four double plate holders And carry
an- ing ,case to hold each camera andl
f plate holders. This camera has &
the vYery fine lets and is as. simple as
dy a pocket knift. All thie above arti
eles are in good shape:"Gee. the"
ds goods before buying them.
the The Usual Reule.
of Hicks-of Courso, the scheme i
'be gopd one, but do you think youx'
iat' iiill approve of it'?
Wieks-Yes,:if by careful hintir
can get her to forniulate it heniself
rhiake lier lllved Its her oiwn.-.