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Tke xovomeA1ts 91 Mauy keeople
Newborriano aud Those Wbo
Revs. G. A. Wright, E .13. White,
und 13. P. Mitchell expect to leave
todauy to Attond(i the . institute on IEvan
gelism -to be held 'i U reeiville, Janu
ary 2.1 to 25.
On necount of connecting up the
boiler it tle )ower house there will
be no lights Sunday iiight, January
27. Every budy is requested to be
prepared for, the ebage.
The Bethli Eden .armers' Ulnion
will meet at Lonrg Latte school house,
Friday aftenoon at :3 o'clock.
MiIs. Waller MartIiII, of Texas, is
visitinig Nis. W. T; Turrant.
iIrs. )nike. ol New York, is visit
ing M rs. 13. Wilbilr.
Mjiss Anna Sher, 4f liok 11ill, is
expet-te<l Iti week I- visit IJiss Ca r
<dille ji mles,
Ni. . A. Mm cu/.r. ot * lwmisa, is
v4jii iill'a NIris. .JutIfiles N1'1luiteosli.
Nr. ~\'al-l iiiegulin~ ,i (a 'eith ilial.
u iliE lidlv '1 Iltln e.
COURT NEXT WEK.,
Heavy Criiinal Docket~- Several Im
portant Cases To Be Heard.
Thell 4ri61 i611.11 r wIll c"lnven1l at
. liexi Mlicilly with Jiuldge
R. 0. 1'nily presiding. 'IThe civil
coutI does not imve itil April.
There an- 411ite a1 11111ber of im
plrtant vases om the clocket for Iriol
nxItek e whiil were brouight over
fni-4.1 Im le last itrm.
h'le ase Tuint T. ,1. )avelport I
lhas been wice Irie< l n1d 'tihe juiry
falh-41 to agne iII both trials. It will
comeI 1 * for II ial a;Iai II at Ili.; te .
n'llil IltIre is 0h h a.e aglainlst It. W .
(;ocldwinl 4eh.1ued with thie killing. of,
Ar. ! .. l .eavell. Tiv 'e llee se il
noni I I <I re.ly for v 1til aI the last
termiii hut i1r. ( I) l will \\ uIs just Ie
4oe\ filj1 I'out i a 4t.. I typ],h1Yp jjid fever
alld the te dsidl 1 PI 11lilk i h It \\ 11111.
-Ie ho bring hiin from thite jail
Ii t was contiued I b the st:IIe.
Silce t heln I r. 1 I )(Ii win IaI s been
'.1nallted bail and is IIoIw o it of jail.
Ii bot 1 1 ith-se cases Senator Iflellse
reprein't.:v s Ilte defenlse andl if hie
shtiihl a., 'Ic.nI ti nuwie the ca(lst's will
have to go over ti le next term.
There are s'verl other. cases but it
is not probable tha11t we will have a
full week of court.
"A MESSAGE FROM MARS."
A Great Play That Won High Praise
No play temciiiig ia iore power-ful
lessonl has beeni seeln inl Ifaileigh than
4 A lessage 'rom Al a rs, '' which
Yesterday aifternIoon Ilnd 11ast nighit
delighted ( wo 11nd1lieices ill Ifilleigl.
The ltyi is a slendid ie in itself
tiutsi de of the le'sson it I enehes, amio
wasi 5presente byi a'i l~ iver y eniipab le eomi
it of t' lessonit anugbI is by unhiee
itlhtods, uil tese kept thle audoieince
"A NI ssage~i P'romiiN Marus'' enme30 in
thleI .\arin isitor~ l whomrt hei saw
I anuhlt lhim Ihai ,-elflishmii-s is Itw
iireatet liif tinw a nd I iithalIeii "O te
th gn l st Ini . hi s wa tho' e tiebih
I i. in th pel ai,n ttou.hom thre
nmii ua lnety loe lstory.s Thei Marll'ltin
won, tt the hslfi-h m ian i l l'nnuelit bii
hearte ole one, andt'i hi tis Ueterl
.\si't' a play ith is erf'tormanc Ih it ne
tha.t it evletlyli.h enjoybe .\iti' e a -tr
erful tone has)l4 ite beeny preached~'t in ii
any t' Im pulpi ' i Ilaegh. sm'is a laytt
degree,ian hi is seloit e ltevery esente
est. ideatls of' htuan living.
Some of' thle blocks in thet tenient
distrticts of1 the loweir lEast Hido of
Newi~ York teihy are sit crowiVidedi ta if
the hods otf the oeenptant s wore placed0(
on~ the( groundtti they wouhld entirely
Secretary WVilsono lthe D11 epartii'
mnt of Agriculture, is the nestor of
the ahlnt and is now the only memn
b,t' who was onte of the original gronp
comIposing it at the hoginning of M4r,
Anhingenions If not ncol tne has
' been ondfrtekind ofradiance
discovereod by floontgent, With li aid
a photograph has been taken showing
$the mnachinery af automobile without
removing the -hood WAnU30 eared It,
Agirl is never real y ont ~ e;
#933ZT E. L8.
One Rundredth Anivomiry oV T
Buti Da&y of the out'e oblef
Ulua Observed i Newberry.
''he one huIIdred(IIth aliiversury o
the l>irthdaIly of Genlerul IRobert J
Lou wauF upproprialtely observed i
Newberry on Saturday, the exercise
being held inl the opera house tude
the auspices of Draytoni Rutherfor
chapter, Daughters of the Confedej
aey. The address was delivered b
Col. W. W. Limpkin, of Columbii
who paid beautiful and loving tr;
bute to the south's chief.ain, and t
tie men whoIli followed where he Iem
A fter the address Coifederat
Cros,ses o' lonor were conferred ul:
on the veterais, the crosses bein
pinnied onl the( old soldiers by thl
Daiugiters of the Confederny.
The stlage was db'apeld ill tihe co:
o o) -the ( 'onfederaye, aid conspicui
I)IIS 1mng4)11., the Colnederate bannei
displayed was tIe flag( 1. of James j
Nime C'amp, No. 336. Oin the ri I
ilf( the_ saeWats :1 Irge portrait o
1XVei Ie. MNUsill W.I., fur-ishW
bY a special choir.
MNjor.m.e 1". j. Cablwell presid
-41. IIraver was Idffeied byN Dr. J. A
H. Sviher(r, prve,i.h'nl iof Newbvrr.
C'olle.e, whol) than.1lked (;odI for ill
bravery (f Lee, for his lieroie devc
111n to dilty. .1111 for the spotles
purily ot his life.
II it(rodhwil., the ovator of th)
MIcIca.Sion,y Major Caldlwell t,ook tecai
S;Ii 14) corI'Vet a story which it
aid 11114 beenl gelnenilly eireiulated anif,
-iven credencee, voneerninlg G3enllra
I o' ad in lowud (;en. (rant a
.\pplimlaltix mn April 9. 1865. Thl
stIor w.,s ilo the' lTevt tiat genier.1
I ve h:ad 4edot 10 sirrlenidelr hi
bwool, but that (4.neral (Irant 1n1
declinled 11o ive ive it. The whol
iling was a faritin, said I Majo
('aidwell. (Ienen I,e had eontiuIli
te the sttm n.Col. M:a-shall,
tA:1T 441 1cil.f who) was with him )Io t111a
1:i I 1 cont radfieted it, all,
rine a Ollt . )ve r his ownI si,-niI
Inn-r, h1:14 ("ont(rad ictecd i. (, enerfl
I've. whenl lhe 11n.i1ler was wnht
his it tent 11imn, S1i that I lie had neve
tlil)m-.!bl (f t-1m4erillu his sw40n-4. Th'l
Mnly inebllei inl eonniectionl With th
S%w)rd(Is of' die opposing generals wa
Iil (lenlendl (no11ha apologized I
(eieral Lee for not wearing hi
Sword, beanse he hiid left it at hi
I)a..Iage w11g11 Several miles alwa
tilld he 1121d nlot wiited for it h(
eIIuSe Ie i41 not wint to keep Geniier
In1 begilnliing his ad41dress, Co
I ,umpkin said that le Wa1.s glad t
ho here to paly tribiute to ilie greal
est genera-Il aind n1oblest hero that evc
)retll lied. When lie 4poke of Lee 1
Spoke of1 tle Confederate soldlier, th
manII Who fman111l a1 nation and(1 wil
1111tionlss; We mn of a enl se, anl
f aig 1that i'ever1 floated ove
1iron legionslt, andii who4se flaig wa''us Cni
hII.S tripped WIf mIli(In, caus all
faluII, I e a o w b ,I ithud lan )e' steaai <
d11iamor'. Iie' enllied upon1 te fait
i himise'll, am114 askling a14eid 1f1nor
hi (1434, redeeet'iitl and14 gloif ied h
4'411mtryI,. Ie 14ook1 upi 1114 ashesi~i, ani
le sh a 4f I b14, th r was'. noVl~ su4 ns1<1
-r ' illiill,I 1121 nul i h t 'it 11(3u ili
Il l ms ofIherieos. 'lisW4 Take4I~l il'
iii'sh.d iiiofet hasl sn ('I ianni
141in, amt in)ke the )ou1th worthyil 11
th(lenrl 14el,o sa o.111 Londy
wa ithe abraestI liebl whihh wi
tiet hin hs. vrhette er
Ia n hunnm le The lol falioheiha
si. iCol be nlim, a dai, was bi'
hi''ls sabliers. 'oThse who ltovedy ev
dened lletts,wheir etn-od he
upo hii ehims1el he11 faiur, and etehd
torhell a tht fdn of hhrt. i is col
the resut of~i the te would hat'Siw
benhifroentau. Tht lifte 11ound111
h odathknol ofha nation, and ly
neo'amd Nthneobam wohntic
oT hs .ug ninopoetf
oIfono a the inole~i lihong.
spidin Cl. Lumpkn, idhfr
was spoke. Toethose he hoao
the hand5 of choary weas t1
jag prodediel aor ould~ pr oc ao
Whivlrou man, The1 life~ andun
of Le woul sti th hertrh
a ord whn th name ofa l
W. W. Willingup and !.. ' j
8 mau. Of these esare u
Willinghtaw were presed gan
upol the stage reveived A44, osset
frow the Daughters of t4 (toyed
It was a niatter of reg itt hi
many f'riends thLat Capt. $ife
S w too iwell to take pa-it'l he ex
r erciseo. 'Capt. Pifer w.a" a,fiu o:
d Geenial Lee's body gUrd,'44otfhej
who was absent on aecou(W of il
y health and whose absetce w4s veri
, mIulh regretted was Dr. E. P. Me
(lintock, chaplain of the JAMes D
e EVANGELISTIO MEETING.
4 Meeting to Be Held Next SAday il
e The .Lutheran Church of The
For sometime the iniisters of' tlh
town Irmve been conidering the advis
ability of holding .t,I Evrangelisti4
ineetil fllr Inil I'll Sidl1,ay after
11Oln InI (1ach mionth. At theirmet;
yestual'Cv Illortlitig they -v were unaill
mlous inl their o)i1liiln with refe eti
o.11) sliehl a meeting atid devided to hold
tihe first service at 3 o'clock at th
Tht,.sv services are to be under tihe
-itspives of the Ministerial Unionl,
and eavlh service to be in charge of
t'ne of' the listors ami held il one of
Sthe I u(rch1I'les. Inl view of the fac.
that this is Bro. Seabrook's last Si
lday Is Inistor the U'nion has asked
I him to have charge of this meetin-,
i141 we hope the ien of the connt1
t ity will 4colie olit to hea.r lis partin.
Iniessage to them.
I "A Message from Mars.'
'The ablest thentre mn:uilrs ini th
SUnited States inae In sintc been of
the imiression that American tiheatre
r goers sI)w a iiost decided prejer-.
Siilve fotr (n.livs. This is one rea
I son why there have been o many 1ini
- (1om1edies briiii-dht ont in recent years
I "A Messa.-e Iroi lars'' is repited
Sto be tiot Only a splendid vomnedy, ii
r it is "o itntenlsely Iovel and orini.
e that it hears tile stamp of artisti(
e syitiel ry. It is something Out of
s the ordiniay. Londoners must hav<
1) thlought it a great play, for they 'went
a to) see it eight times a week for a-per.
s iod of three years% New Yorcei
, evidently thought the saine, as the3
went as many times in a week; cover.
I ing a space of two years. Thi's fd1now
coiedy will be placedl oi viev ill thi
. city for the first titne at the 'oderi
o hoise on Saturday, Jenuary 26 It
the coinlny are several players wi
r- were in the London an( New Yorl
e pro(iuietion.s. It will be presente<
e here with all of the stage paraphierna
s lia thIt was use( i oniidon aill Nov
Supplement to Telephone List.
r 3i Wright atnd Lomniniek, Mnaket.
- 4 Seaibrook, 11ev. WV. I,., itesidence
121-2 Norris, .J. TI., htesidece.
21 -3 Oxner, J. 'T., lesideine.
(121 -4 Wilso, M. 1 ., lesidence
2 1-5 ilae, 1 ). M.., leiee.
20( Jones, . 1 ., lfesidnice.
511- Kihle, Dr. 1. tii,leee.
- 60:2- (iti, Dr. . K.s .ft rDn a.O
IS 158eni'lintck Di. an, I'. Iragidet.
I 4 Parry~' i, J. W "., lieidne.
10 ce l (. I,, i sien e
- 1( immeyran '1.oT, Oroer,y
132-31 Jo~nes, li D., lsran.
S I 74--1 iIbinson, . L, eiene
"M18- Kiblegr, (rl0 I. entiMs.
14 J( ~ 15 ith, D. Va, Drugg(ist.ohan
nt 100. wat, W1. J., lisiene.
200 Payer, dnTrd, Lrmcer.
17320 Buo,way, RidenIe.ieno
It, 202- Wilin on, 0. Mtor.leine
'n 203-2dd Candger, eeral Mdsre.
1t 204 Keitt, . ., den tist
d 10-5 MParr, anHa. Lrm.
I) 200 Piayner, HenryI, Lumb1eri,
it, 207 Birton, Ira, Redne
i.t 202 Witho, Dr. V, ftoe,iene
mt 209 dd aeSndn W.lAr, toree,.
to 20 aken, Dr. W. ., eidentist
In 211 so, P. ., Residence, A
k-. 212' Fants Grocery.
2)8 Reagln, J. W., Residence,
e . .. .........,.. , ..
in RB01)iNO3 FOR~ SALE,.
A five room cottage on Sm#mni
s1 treet and Mayor QYvenne for s
$2500,00, Popular location. Hou$t
al -yearA old,: all heari timber, dg)
as floors and itrn' theat, Fine
00 eleotrle lights, atables, barni, aitj
den1 pply at ne to
i I~?~nige Q.Seam
Mrs. XWQUo* AdweE g on
gregtdoip a M hto.4at .OAuri
Mr$. B.ullock, of New .ork, natio
al lecturer of the Womad's Christian
Teuperatce Untiou, delivered a.i iu
structive and helpful iemperauco iee
ture iW Central MethodiKt ,0urch Vn
Suuday evening. This was Mr. Bul.
I lock's sixth visit to New berir And.
*he was heard by a congregation
which filled the church auditorium'
and the Sunday school room
The exercises Were conducted by
the pas)or, the Ref: B. M. Urier, as
sisted by the pastors of the other city
Mrs. Bullock said that, she had a
warn place in her heart for the peo
ple of Newberry, and she wanted to
conratutlate them that since her last
visit they had voted the dispensary
out Uf their county. She felt that
Newberry was oi a higher plane.
Mrs. Bullock thiroughiout her lee
Itire stressed the iijil)oirtance of edi
eating tile boys and girls, and savin.
tlthl,k belure the appetite for alcohol
wias upn them. The iost effective
Worlk inl the temperaince cau-e was the
edtca-1tioIal work. Teaci the childrei
early inl liFe thiat alcohiol is poison,'
ie sail. And alcoiohl was poison. she
said, in wliatever form it was taken.
She referred to patent medicines con
taining aleoliol and strogly con
,iNinled itlhiei. mentioning Peruta
:'Id llostetter's Bitters, among oth
ers. Twenty-five years from nlow she
did not believe that any reputable
: k;icia woladvi..e a1 patient it,
take aljlV!wl o.r :nnv valise.
Mrs. Bullock againl referred to i le
dispelisary ill closin'g. sailng she did
it believe tlie' dispensarV wOuld live
in South Carolina. If the legislature
dfidl inot do its duty and pilt it out of
businless aitogether. tile loyal milet)
aMi woImell of South Carolii ou1ld
vote it 4)ut of* mnanly mlore coutifies, in
additifin to thle Sixteen wihel Were
At tihe conciusion of Mrs. Biflock's
addriess a number of' ladies solicited
members for tle W. C. T. U. andf met
witi a generous response.
Letters remaining in the postoffice
at Newberry for the week ending
1-Miss Steve Baehman, Miss
Susic Backer, Laura Brooks, Mrs.
C-Miss Tultu Clark, Mr. Frank
Chri.stian, Mr. J. If. Counts.
D--Mrs. Jane Daniels, P. E. Dick
G-Mr. Harper Griffin, Mrs. J. C.
Harper, Jonathan Harp, Miss Mary
J1-Mr. Mack .Jeter, Mar~y o.Jnes..
K-Mrss. Angella dKnard.
0-Mrlt. .Johng Osban.
Proing, Mr ts. NI ariy lituff.
S--MIiss Minni11e Speillarma, Mr.
Aulgulsitts Stepjhieis, J1. .W. Spencee, Mr.
- W Mrs. I,ou~t Waren MI~i liss A lice
WaTilker, W. C. Wilson, Mr. Oscar
Wilson, Ml r. J1. M. Wilson.
Y--(t .'. Young, Mr's. Amlanda
Per5sons callinig t hese will please
say that they were adv'ertised.
C. J1. Pureell ,P. M.
Know Who Used It.
- Charles HI. Hoyt, Noew England's
great playwright one1C visited a small
town in Pennsylvania, wvhere there is
a hotel they say George Washington,
the fat her of lis country, used to
stop at whien he passed through.
In it they have a room ho is said
to havo occupied at times.
Hoyt came through thero once with
one of-his attractions. He arrived at
the hotol after all the members of the
company had been assigned rooms.
One of the company was given the
Washington room, and Hoyt received
at very poor room on the top floor, the
proprietor not knowving who he was.
Wheni he came down stairs later,
thie gentleman who had got the good
room said:,''Mr. Hoyt, they have gly..
on me the room that they used to give
George Washington when he came
"Well,'' said Hoyt, "the one they
gave me must be the one they gave
Benedlet Arnol .when~ he etupte. "'
r Boston Herald.
2 Reomember that whtit,your ohldren
LheAr at home takhs wiga and flici
2Kew i.zbor $ o41 0 3 ,-Toth
M. JosphA flitIrth .winew cagh
ier .at the N.ationW haik assumed .the
,dutiep of 1t4e offipe on Monday'.
He' was born itl the town of New.
berry and Is ,a-,ap .of tho'ate Nathan
Uuntw. For -wevOrAl years he egaged
in farming but unnil a iibrt time ag
MR. JOSEPH H. HUNTER.
he liil ben with the bankinr house
of Whleek-r and l(,seley at Proper
ity and wa. really inl lhar of tis
institutiil f'roi its organization unl
til the business was closed out when
the Peoples Natioial Bank was oriain
ized at Irosperity.
Nir. limiter is COUrteous and oblig
ing and his experience in banking will
stand him well in his new position. Hie
has many friends throughout tie
couiity, and is deservedly popular.
Know to the Judge.
Lawrence Jerime, the father ol
D>istrict Attorney Wijliain Travers
-Jer-ine. was noted inl his (ay a.- a wit
and a joker. ie was once called on
to testify i- * suit in which he believ
ed . that lie had no evidence of any
value to offer. lie tried to persuade
the lawyer to save him the bother of
hanging around the courtroom, but in
vain. On the lay set .for the trial
Larry, as lie was known to every one,
was in court early, but his name was
not called all morning. When in the
middle of the afternoon he was final
ly asked to take the witness stand hie
was in no pleasant humor, but hit
face wore a placid smile.
" What is your namel" asked the
The witness looked at him in ai
parent amusement. "What is your
name?" the repetition came, a bit
" Why, you know iny name,'' re
plied Mr. Jerome.
. "Yes, I know I do, but I want you
ttell it to the court,"' waving hit
hand toawrd the judge.
" Why, the judge knows me as well
as you do'
"Your honor,"' turning toward(
the bench, " 'will you kindly dlirect
the witness5 to answer the question'?'
"'The witness will answer the ques.
Lion,"' came back sternly.
"Why, judge,"' saidl Mr. Jeioim<
plaintively, ''you knlow~ liy namie a,
well as Mr. --- des. Didni't we
th ree lhav e a din ik t oget her at, re
The j udge riapped downi the audlibhi
smiles whlich arose all ovr tihe court
roomf anld meekly dlirected the -sten
(bgraphier to- enter~ the witnless' name
as l. awrencee J eromie.-New Yorl
One of the most useful thinmgs abou
being married is a man can 't affor<
aiiy had hiablits.
We make you the following club of
ThIe Semi-Weekly 8tate,
Thie Southern Agriculturist,
TIle Sou thorn Poultry Journal,
The Southern Ruralist,
TIle Southlern Fruit Grower,
The Herald and News.
Th'e regular price for tile six bein
$0.00, we make you thlem for $3.75.
The Sunday State,
The Southerh Poultry Journal,
The Southern Agrieulturist,
The Southern Ruralist,
The Southern Fruit Gr'ower,
The Herald and News.
The prIce for the six being $.5'
we make you a priee of $4.00.
Under this arrangement one f
year to oeh paper must be st)ior1bd
and pad dfor.
-W4N2D20--.Traveler for eset she
heuo gedwye dola *o) I
Cx,on'eoted by Waft>4st.
1$ktIet Middling..... . 0
Good Mddling .. 10 -
The Local Maiket.
Meat .. 9 to
Mains .. .. . 10 to 18
eAt Lard.. .. 12
1. N. O Molasses ......00 to 70
0pod 0. 0. Molasses ... .. 35 to 40
3eia1.... .. ................80
lfixed Chicken Food .... * 0
1ay.. ...............1.35 to 1.50
1st Patent Flour ......4.40to4.75
2nd Patent Flour ......4A0 to 4.40
Good Ordinary Flour... .3.50 to 4.00
Su . .... .... .... .. 5 1-2
.fire .. .. ......... 5to8 1-3
C(ITte Roasted ..... .. .. '.15
Coffee, Green .. .. .. . . 10 to 20
Ct ten Seed meal .......
Pon'ry . .. .. . .. 1(). llb.
P . . .1.:
JAMES K. GILDER,
Office in front room over post office,
NEWBERRY. S. C.
E. H. KIBLER,
Office Fohnerly Occupied
By Dr. D. L. Boozer,
Newberry, S. 0.
FOR RENT-Two-horse farm two
miles west of Newberry, known as
the J. J. Amick plantation.
Apply, J. J. Amick,
Kinards, S. C.
FOR SALE-Large stove; wod, hard
or soft coal burner: ;iust the thing
r. e .ow, ,,r hu!Hn ay.
iOTIiE-Thei F'rst National Bank.
of Whitmire, lute-ed a Whitmire,
S. C., is closing its affairs. All note
holders and other creditors of the
association are therefore hereby no
tified to present the notes and other
claims for payment.
NOTICE-You are warned not to
hire or harbor Cal Stoudemire as he
is under contract with me for the
year 1007. J. A. C. Kibler.
AFTER JANUARY 1, we will gin on
ly on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Prosperity Cotton Oil Mill Co.
SHINGLES-I have plenty of shing.
les. Call and get prices.
0. W. LeRoy.
FOR SALE-Plymouth Rock and Or
kington cocks at right 'prices.
S. J. Kohn,
Prosperity, S. C.
$150 PER MONTH sure to good
Agents, handling the wvorld 's great
est of Hair tonics. Absolutely the
greatest seller in America to-day.
No'thini: else likc it. Sells at almost
ev'ery home over and over . again.
$7.00 clear prIofit on each dollar.
W\rijte today for full particulars,
with real chance of a lifetime.
Address .J. F. Clark, Conway, Ark.
FOR SALE-Tlwo good mules, guar
anteed perfectly sound. Am running
smaller farmi than last year and~
(lont nleed them-will sell cheap.
W. W. Wicker,
Thos. E. Wicker,
5)t 2tw. Newberry, S. C. *
FOR SALE--A good milch cow. Ap-j
Ply to T. W. Gallman.
CASH for old clothing-just .for one
Mrs. Dora Watts, Racket Store.
LOST, STRAYED OR #TOLEN-Lit-.
tle slim black mule, badly driing
halted. Send information to J. C.
Cofield, ,Whitiire.' Suitable,rewvard
if munle is returned.
FOR SAI.E-5 Duff Plymouth Roe
Cookerels at $1.50 each. They ar
beauties. IPont you \vant one.
A. H. Kohn,
FOR S4 .-In upper edge of Gy
d wood cunty five handred and
ent dev res of good4