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The Movements of Many People
Newberrians and Those Who
Mr. 1?. C. Bitwe left for Nashville,
Tenn., on Saturday, where lie will at
tend a Imledical college.
Miss Sue Hay Pearsoll, of Ben
nottsville, is spending a few days at
Mrs. Pauline Arnold, who has been
visiting her sisler, Mrs. J. K. Gilder,
left yesterday for her home in iich
Mrs. W. L. Seabrook will leave to
morrow for Augusta, where she will
visit her son, Mr. W. 11. Seabrook.
Rev. IV. L. Seabrook leaves today
for the north, where lie will spend
Daughters of Con feuderacy will ieet,
with Miss Bessie Bowers, Prosperity,
Wednes(aY afternoon at 3 o'clock.
All niembers are uri'ged to le Iesenit.
Mrs. 'John K. Akull is visititing her
parentos, Mr. and MIs. Artituir S.
Tompkins, in Eil."efield I
.\Mr. -'red. 11 Dhoninick spent Sun 1
d1.11 Ili,_ht inl C'ohunbia.
Lt'-snitaitv I ~Johnstone, Au1ll
and Wyche spent Sunda1Y antd Yester
daiY at homli, 1Ithe.leislature having."
ld.j.urnIel for eruary salesday.
TIeIre WeT no sales Yesterday by
.AhYor .\. T. Itrown is inl Atlanta,
and.b Alermian lyd4il is acting mayor.
City conil will meet in regular
Session 41n Tli vIyli-Oht.
The eotuty dtimovi-ativ exeutive
committ e will meet toliori-ow to de
ci(Iv tilll ille quiestion ol* ordlering a1
111rim:'Y 6.1r the Iolilnation of a sue
eSor too the lite Probate .Jdge ,John
(lerk of ('ourt .ohn C. (ogg ans is
d!ischaring the 4hities of the prohate
TIr. . E. Dlan. of Columbia. spent
Sun.lay ii Newberry the guest of his
si,er. Nrs. A. T. Brown.
Ni Irs. T. A. Suar-borot"'luh, of Sum1ter.
will eome to Newberry tonorrow to
visit her pirents. Dr. :nd 1iIrs. F. '.
.N r. Want sininllns, who is now Io
etl il ('olumbia. spent Suiday in
''lhe clle e instrel onl n1ext
'lhurilY ni, 11ig1 promilisews to be an
elitertaiiliniellt worthv the patrollal,re
Of Newwerriy Ie wople.
Mr. A. i. Wise. of Prosperity.
spemt yestenlay in New%berry.
Will Not Be Candidate.
Magistrate Cannon 0. Blease stat
ed Yesterday ihal i he would not be
a coudidate for the oiee of wrobate
judge. -He said that, wifle lie appre
ciated the kind words which had been
spoken inl regard to his possible can
didacy, he had only recently been
elected magistrate for a second term,
and he preferred to serve the people
in the position in which they had
pha.ed him. At the same time, Ie
said, lie appreciat ed very much thle
kiindness of thlose who had ur'geud him
to lbe a canididate for the office.
Tribute To Mr. Seabrook.
W!heoreas, liey. WV. L. Seabr'ook has
felt elitistrainetud to~ resign t he past or
alt('mif t he ('hirchI of' th liHedeemeor,
the paistor of51 Ne'wherry desire to put
on reco'rd te lollowingu testimoniiial:
1 .t. We 'L re4re e'xceteily to4 see'
thim take this stepl.
... We appreciate his schlirtiy at..
ttaiinme:ft , his frat ernal spirit, his
''I tratI'i ill all lovenient s loo(Ilille
o thle mori andi :uipirnitua Ioo of4 our'
*. W\e shall miss 'retlytI his c'heer
fuil wordls. his wise eounusel andi his
sincerte prayer ini our we'ekly mneet
4. W e cordIiallh\ (' iitiuliil luiin as
preacher,iet pastor andl 'hireisitnt ciiz
en1 and4 pra0y tor him divinie guidancte
int all his tuture phots: m: work.
5. That tinrse res5ohuiiOu hue publish
copy settt to himt.
1). (l. Philips,
.J. L. Williamson,
G. A. Wright,
A "Counitry Store.'"
The Latdies' Aid society of Spring
Street. Met hodist church, will giv'e an
entertainmtient in the ear'ly part of
VWbriuariy, for the purp~ose of liqui
dating t ho indebtedness of' the church.
In conntec tin with t heir enter'tain
men t they will have a "c (ounltry
Store'', atnd aniy one0 destiring to as
sist thme ladies can send their c'ont.ri
but ions to Mrs. WV. G. Webbi, general
ehiairmitan, 215' St. Pihilip st roet,
Charlest on, S. C.
Contributions of any descripiltionl,
gr'oiis, countr'y pr'oduceO, e., will
All contributions to this wvorthy ob
ject will be sold in theo hall,' and the
alnount realized applied upon the
Any fanay work from the ladies of
Newberry will be most acooptable.
THE NEW COURT HOUSE.
Appropriation Increased to $45,000
-Contract Awarded to Waring,
Tle eourt, house commission, com
posed of lion. George S. Mower, Rev.
J. A. Sligh, J. Monroe Wicker, Otto
Klettnier, Join R. Pudue, Dr, W. D.
Seni and C. H. Shannon, met Friday
afternoon to open, and consider bids
and award the contract for the new
Five bids were submitted, the high.
est being over $48,000, the lowest
$39,473. The whole appropriation
for the new building is $40,000, and
it was seei that this would be in
sutfficient to permllit the acceptance of
even the lowest bid uinconditionally.
Te lowest bid, that of G. W. Waring
of Columbia, $39,473, was accepted
Conditionally, the condition being
tlie securing of increased a'ppropria
1ol. Ilot. George S. Mower and
Rev. .1. A. Slighi were appointed a
fi:nm111iltee to ao to Columbia and se
.Ilre th1le passitig of a bill inereasinlg
tle applrriation i to *45,000. h'liese
--entleient weit to Columbia and af
.(T 4onsu1slltation witit the Newberry
dcl-eltion. a bill was introdu ced in
bh) ho11uses onl SatitlrdayN inringllli41'
ihe approprialtioll to $45.0100. It was
Illy at blisiless prt-opositiol.
THE UNION STATION.
Dr. Pelham Says That Newberry
Does Not Want Umbrella Shed
But Union Station.
mr. E-:ditor: To my min( tle (ites
ti'll of ' 'I e.atest conct ernl to its as a
(,Ilueility at present is not whetIher
tle elvetric railroad will coie to
Newherr or not, tioutgih tiis is sure
ly a vitall quiies!tion. wIl ich Ithas alreadv
ItIet witi hearty public favor. N'ev
herry is a ri-owingV. city. alh-ea,y of no
leanM P1ro4por4114Ins. atu1l the eyes of
ile pe.ple in a1l out of our state
have 1h:ee:. tiued to tlis city. and
inal .,HMeeti 0 v In en Le3r favorable
4-mmen11ct a,: to ithe pro Uress and
-r 'wIh t1hat htas been so marked dutr
ini th pt t . 1wo year.s. especially.
T4, Ileet these r cotalitions,
railrod: facilities for lie incoming
;IIaml oIuttIini ItI' of visitors as well as for
41urSelves. s'ould be provided by the
twot -rre't railroad corporationls ttat
will he coisidered commensurate
with the voiiereial importance of
Now, Mr. Editor, we ask, is this
being done ? From all accounts and
reports that have come to our ears
in ainything that looks official, it ap
pears to the undersigned that no am
ple provision is being projected or
plan.ned, and as a citizen of Newber
ry, always alive to her best interests
and prosperity, I wish to raise un
qualified disapproval of any proposi
tion looking to the building of an
"mnblrella shted"' in lieu of a union
stiation, which I am informed the rail
road coinmission of South Oa rolina
has Ipronmisedi to thtis community. If
the "umblrellal shed"' to conneet the
MouthIern with thte Coast Line, is to be
trivent to us,. then' L make p)lain to
say it will he a t ravesty anid a h)oteh,
sobe.r, secgond tontght Iof ourP citizens
will say so, y'et with tegzret. If the
ia ilroail commn issI oliers havt e orde red
at minin stat ion, ten tite building of
an 1)111mellIa shed " would~ be a viol
a1thn lit lw. aind "llr coinmutnity
sh' ntbl n-. subit to it. Nor have
we even1 been taken in to thlei r coni
Iidlence to know what is cotntemiplated
in writ i ng as I Itave donte, I am
builit y andl not in ainy way attempt
imri tl speaik tfor othlers, bitt I am)1
soligant alatrm that should arouse
o ters to thIe imponrtancee of the mat
was iluo'ved to a point near to or
where the waler tank< ntow stands, antd
propmer gradinig and( filling itn were
done by the two roads, then we might
have a unin staio, uniless the rail
road companies prefer to construct a
bet te' on, which would be far more
satisfactory. The grounds adjacent
to the tracks of the railroads cover
eig that occupied by the present
Fouthtern stat ion, couold easily and
htappily he utilized as driveways for
Not hin.g less than11 this shoutld sat
isfy the property holders of Newb'er
ryv. I htave no desire to annoy the rail
road, butt we are ntot supp1lianlts anid
should nol "h' end thIe pregnathinges
ofl the kniee, that thrmift may follow
f'awinig."' Aaitate to this end, Mr.
WVm. E. Peihamn.
Drayton Rutherford Chapter.
Thle Dranyton Rut herford Chapter,
ti. D). C., will meiet oin Tuesday after
ntton, February 5, at 4 o'clock with
Mrs. Geord~ Johnstone.
Mrs: P. E. Scott,
TE DZ#OT SITUATION.
Letter From President Ohilds to
President Wright, of the Cham
ber of Commerce.
Mr. Z. F'. Wright, Pres., Chamber
of Commerce, Newberry, S. C.-Dear
sir: I .notice it report of the proceed
ings of your meeting in the "Obser
ver'' of today. It seen to me the
position of the C., N. & L.,'railway
is not understood by your people and
therefore 'I think it wise that I give
it to y9u in writing. *
When the question of union depot
was first agitated, I took the position
that the, I proper place from both a
railroad and the city standpoint was
south of the street where the two
roads cross. The depot placed' there
would enable the people from the
most poptulous part o( Newberry to
reach the train withoul crossing the
railroad track. I made this sug-ges.
tion not only to your people but soic
members (of the Railroad Comnis
sion, butt understoo(l froim i meniber
of saimle that in view of the fact that
itie committee has required the South
ern to spenld a large anfolont on their
passeiiger depot, it would be milair
to require t1heml to remove it. To
this suggestion I acquiesced, and
thoight his position proper and be
sides, my idea was opposed by a good
many people in Newberry. Therefore,
I suggested that I move my line an11d
use the Sout.hern railway depot. I
took this matter up with the South
ent people and al'ter a long time
made an agreement with them. The
ollicials of the Soutliern railway be
ing so terribly busy it is with great
(illicultly that you are able to get
Ohem to consider any serious proposi
tion. I immediately went to work to
construct the line as you will see 1n1d
within one hour after we agree upioi
it I cal Iransf,er. my trains to it.'
I tlioug-ht everything was practi
enaly decided OI when ia comlliittee
comi1posed of your a1.ytor and two
Alderlm1ei caled )uon me and suggest
e(I hat it was better for all parties
if iracticable to have the Soutlerni
lepot moved soouth of your Main
street, so that the C., N. & L. would
be on one side and the Southern on
the other, and the street at one end,
leaving the street where the present
depot is much wider and' in better
colldition- for vehicles. I told the
committee that I thought it was a
very good idea and that as far as
the C., N. & L. was concerned to do
it, and in order that the Southern
railway might not feel that I advo
cated this in order to save expense,
that I would contribute $1,000, the
estimated cost of the sheds, towards
the expense of moving this depot. I
was informed at the time that Mr.
Williams, of the Southern railway,
would visit your town and deeide on
what he would do. I did not wait,
however, on Mr. Williams' visit, but
took the matter up direct wtith Gen'.
Mgar. Ackert and gave him my viewvs
on the subject. He sent hlis personal
engineer to visit~ the lace and I am
intformed by him in recent letter that
thy are nowv working on the matter
to see if practicable and t;hat I will
hear from hlim in a few days.
I thlink you can readily undoerstand
it would be unwise in mec to puit mon
ey in shieds after I havec committed
mnyself to sp)end thle mnoney ini anlother
direct ion, in accordlance withI the
wishes exp)ressed lby your towni
th rough your' mayoar and aldermen,
uintih it. is settled whether the South
ern will grant tile said reques0t, wvhich
I think we wmill know all about ill tile
Please say to your members for me
that thaere is not one of them as
much dissatisifed with 0our depot as I
am. and I am~ doiing everything a hu1
manli being can (do, consistent with
good judgment, to get rid of it, and
if it is not very soon remloved it will
he no0 fault of our. I feel perfectly
saltisfied1 my friends in Newberry
will do1 me justice if thley knowv tile
facts and will rely on your friend
ship) to see they find them out.
W. G. Childa,
Mr. Smith to Speak.
Mr. E. D. Smith, president of the
South Carolina- division of the South
ernt Cotton association, will address
the faf-mers and* business men of
Newvberry, at a meeting to be held
in the eour't house on Thursday morn
ing, February 7, at 11 o'clock. Every
body having thle interest of the south
at heart is earnestly urged to be
The College Ministrel.
Charlie Eberhardt, of Columbia,
who is a )brother of Dr. W. F. EOber
hiardt, will lie among tose whlo wvill
ap)pealr ini thme college minstrel oni next
Thursday night. The play wvill no0
doubt be seen-by a large audiened of
[Newberry people, and promises to lye
MR. ]ANT'S POSITIO.
Return to The Rule to Show Oau
In Re tAection of Intendant at
Mr. John P. Pant, hrough his a
torneys, Sheppardsi Grier and Par
and Hunt, Hunt and Hunter, h
served upon Mr. Fred. H. Dominic
altorney for Mr. A. J, Holt, his i
turn to the rule to show cause, r
cently issued by Judge R. 0. Purd
in the matter of the recent electi4
of an intendant of the town of Whi
mire. The plaintiff, Mr. Holt, I
traversed the return, -and ha's su
mitted affidavits to sustain, the oi
ginal petition and the traverse.
. It is 'not known whether Judf
Purdy will decide the matter as it'
nlow befole him, or hear further argi
ment. If further argument be ne
essary it will probably be heard ti
week at Sunter.
A full history of the controvert
was given in the last issue of TI
Herald and News. Following is t1
return of Mr. John P. Fant, made i
obedience to the order of Judge Pu
dy, who issued a rule to show cam.
dfirecte(l against Mr. Fant, after hea
ing 'Mr. H1olt's petition, prescnted li
his attorney, Mr. Dominick.
Thel defendant herein, Jolm I
Fant, beitig required by an order <
this honviorable court to show cam
and Inake return, as required by sai
order, for cause and by way of retli,
1. This lefendant (leties each all
vevery allegation cotiained in the Sai
petition , except such as are lspecif
enlly adimlitted hereinafter.
2. )efendant is without knowled
oi information siliicient to form
helief as to allegations contained i
pain-alihps 1, 3 and 12 of the sai
1. Defendant (lenies the alleg
tious af paragr-aph 2 of the sai
14-tliton anld deties thle all4-natiol
of parairaphs 4. 7, 9, 10 and 11 c
the said petition.
4. I)fendant admits that there wA.
at atteimpt. to hold an election as a
le.e(l ill pairagraph 5 of the said pet
tion but deties the other allegatio.i
of said pairigraph.
5. That 4defendant has no knov
ledge or information sufficient to fori
a belief as to the allegations of pari
graph 6 of the said petitio.n and 0
infornation and belief denies t-i
6. That defendant admits that I
is exercising and performing the di
ties of the omee of inte.ndant of t1i
said town of Whitmire as alleged i
paragraph 8 of the petition, and a(
mits that the said A. J. Holt in a
informal way in the course of an it
formal conversation, asked this d<
fendant if he would give him tR
books and papers of the town, whic
defendant refused to do and Atate
to him at thte time that council has
by an ordinatnce, declaredl the ele,
ti-onull 1 and void.
7. The defetndant for further caut
a.nd by way of return shows: a. Ti
after the said p)retended election, ti
town c'ounceih of tihe town of Whi
mir'e, dully elected and qualified, mi
atnd after deliberatiotn passed an ord
inan1ce itt and whlerebyV it was ordabi
ed1 and1 declhared1 tat the said electic
was tnuhl atnd void1 and( that no ele
titn had1( beenl held, whieb invest iga
tion by coun1tcil was onl 'omlait dul.
filed with itconnecil in thIis behlalf.
8. As a further cause and by we
of teturn, defendant further show:
a. That no0 notice was ever given <
said1 ailleged elect ion ; thtat the ela
ter of the said townt requires thtat n<
tice be givetn at least ten (lays befo:
tihe electiotn, as defendant is advis(
and believes and so alleges but
notice of said alleged electionl of at
kind was so given. 1b. That .the bool
of registriat ion were ntever filed wii
t.he c'ounIcil Us rire1t1'd by law b'
remainted in the (omee of thie supe)
visor of registrat ion until the mor01
ing of the election. c. That certaini pe
ytons n'ere allowed to register au
vote at said election who had n
paid the taxes due to the said tov'
for the year 1006, the exact numb
thereof defendant is tnot now pr
pared to state, and certain other pa
ties were allowved to register and vo
at said election who had not resid
in said towvn for four months pri
to said election. d. The number
persons whio thus were tmlawful
registered and wh'lo, without t
right so to do; voted at said eletic
wvas greatly in, excess of a sumeiie
number to change tile result of sa
election. e. That defendant is infort
ed aind'believes that a majority
said - votes of said partied, who h;
not paid taxes and who had not
sided iln the said town fo.r fo
fliOnths prior' to said election, as
legedI'herein, cast their ballot in ja
or of the said A. JT. Hoit, which,
informiation and belief, he hereby
leges to have been the case. f. Thu
on information and belief this il
fandact deoharea and alleges that t
said attent" ele,tion was and il
null and Mod. '. Thtothis defendaut
so was heretofor6 elected intenaant of
the said town ,ofiWitiire and qualf.
fied as.auch in accordance with the
requirements of law and has been
t- and is now discharging the duties o.
k, the office of intendant and is entitled
is so to do idgr the provisions of lanw
k, as he is advised and belioves and so
e- alleges. I. That the result of the sai
e.- alleged election has never bean pro,
y, claimed by the said managers and n<
m notice has beeh given ther'of by the
t- managers. i. That the said manageri
is did file a poll list witl? council which
b. showed that 97 persons had voted al
-i- said election; that the said poll list
is niot accurate on 'its face and does
,e not conform or correspond with the
is ballots cast; the said poll list con.
.- taining more names than ballots and
- it would appear by the poll list that
is more votes had been cast than the
ballots filed show or indicate. j. That
y the said A. J. Holt. was notifed that
le council hiad declared by an ordin.
le aiee on t he comniplAint filed, the elee
n tio,n to be null and vold and ldid
--othing in reference thereto until the
e proceedings herein were instituted. k,
That, the parties voting were not re
y quired to produce and did not pro
duce municipal registration certifi
. cates or tickets at the polls, nor cer
f tificates of registration of any kind.
e' \Iferefore the defenlant. prays
d th'at. the court disehairge the rule and
n dismiis the petition.
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter,
a Sheppards, Grier & Park,
d Attorneys for Defendant.
i- Personally comes before ine John
P. Fant, who, being first duly swora,
I says: That the allegation of the
foregoing return are true Oll his own
Sknowled,1e, exeept as to those mnat
d (ters thervin stated on information
and Ielief and as to those lie he
lieves the sane to be true.
SWORN to before me this first
day of F'ebrnary, 1907.
f F.'"larrOnl Grier, (L. tq.)
Notary Public for S. C.
s Foliowinl" is tile answer of the
The plaintiff above named, reply
ing to aul for traverse of the defend
r Reaffirms and reiterates the truth,
u completeness and correctness of all
- tie allegations contained in the peti
tion herein, and denies each and ev
e ery allegation of the return incon
Blease & Dominick,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
e STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
n1 COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
I- Personally came before me A. J.
n Holt, who being duly sworn, deposes
- and says that all things hreinabove
- stated are true of his own knowledge,
e except sucih things as are stated to be
h on information and belief, and these
d things lie believes to be true.
I, Sworn to before me this 4th day
- of February, 1907.
A. J. Holt.
t Fired. H. Dominick. (L. S.)
eN. P. for S. C.
.Lad Struck By Negro Boy With Base
nBall Bat--Successful Oper
y Earle Dominick, the 1.4-year--old
son of Mr. Dan Domipick, of Helena,
y was struck onm the head with a b)ase
:ball hat by a young negro boy, anid
,f seriously inijuried. The lad beanmt
r- engaged ini a dispute with the negro
)- and thle negro struck him.
-e D)r. ,James K. Gilder took youngi
d Mr. D)ominick to Columbia on Thurs
10 day, and lie was placed in thme Colum
y' bia hiosiptali, where an operation was
s performed, and a clot of blood re.
hi m foved from thle brain. lIe had beer
it unceons-imous sin1ce thme blow wats re.
r-- eived, but the omper'ationi w~as success
ri- fuli, aud hg. will recover.
r.- The negro, whose name is Metts
ud was loted in jail, where he now is
nIn The Sheriff's Office.
er Sheriff Buford wvill carry to Co.
e.. lumbia today and lodge ih the statE
r- hospital for the insance Abnun HIar.
te dy, Jr.
ud Sheriff Buford yesterday arrestei
r Hiram Clark, colored, charged witi
af assault and battery, it being alleg
ly ed that the offence was committet
ie necar Jalap)a.
at DR.. FRED BAKER, the colebrated
id eye specialist, of Atlanta, will b<
a-. at Hotel Frederiek until' Thursda3
af night, tfis week. People havini
tad eye trouble or needing glassei
c-, sliould take advantage of this fini
ar opportunity. is examination an<
I- advice are free,
in In this part of the country, at least
ii- the wveather man can change his min<
at oftenor thani any dther offiil in thb
e- govei-nment service -Washingtoi
00. o %*, Mket.
Correted by Nat (ist.
Good Middling'.. .. '. .. .. 10 34
Strict Middling 10 1-2
Middlingi . . .. 10 1-4
The Local 3tarket.
Meat ............0..... to 1.
Hams... .. ...........1to 18
Best Lard.. ..... - 1
Best N. 0. Molasses . 0 to 70
Good M. 0. Molasses 8.. 85 to 40
Meal .. .. .:.. ..... so
Mixed Chicken Food ... 90
Hay.. .. .....s .. ..1.35 to 1.50
-1st Patent Flour .. ....4.40 to 4.75
2nd Patent Flour .. .. ..4.00 To 4.40
Good Ordinary Flour.. .3.50 to 4.00
Sugdr .... .............5 1-2
Rice... ........,.... 5to8 1-3
Coffee Roasted 15
Coffee, Green ........ 10 to 20
Cotton Seed meal 1.35
Poultry ..1.... ....10c. lb.
JAMES K. GILDER,
Office in front room over poet office,
NEWEERRY. S. 0.
E. i. KIBLER,
Office Formerly Occupied
By Dr. D. L. Boozer,
Newberry, S. 0.
FOR SALE-Large stove; wod, hard
or soft coal burner; just the thing
far large room, store or hallway.
Also, a fine quarter oak folding
bed. W. L. Seabrook at Lutheran
Its "all your fault" if you miss the
bargains at Anderson 10c. Co.
NOTICE-The First National Bank,
of Whitmire, loctted at Whitmire,
S. C., is closing its affairs. All note
holders and other creditors of the
association hre therefore hereby no
tified to present the notes and'other
claims for payment. -
Buy $1.00 worth of goods and get
one pound of candy free Wednesday.
Anderson 10c. Co.
SHINGLES-I have plenty of shing
les. Call and get prices. '
0. W. LeRoy.
$150 PER MONTH sure to good e
Agents, handling the world's great
est of Hair tonics. Absolutely the
greatest seller in America to-day.
Nothing else like it. Sells at almost
every home over and over again.
$7.00 clear profit on each dollar.
Write today for full particulars,
with real chance of a lifetime.
Address J. F. Clark, Conway, Ark.
"Come and see" Anderson 10c.
FOR SALE-A good milch cow. Ap
ply to T. W. Gallman.
I HAVE MOVED my undertaking
establishment in my store in Hiar
mfonl building. If wanted at niight
Ezra A. Counts,
Prosperity, S. C.
1-25--10t--I t aw.
Post cards. 1 cent each, Anderson
10 cent Company.
LOST-Gold star brooch set with
pearls. Reward if returned to C.
LAURENS STEAM LAUNDRY will
clean and press your suits and
make them like new they give
you guaranteed work. Agency at~
Herald anti News. office. Baske#
sent Thursday and returned Satur
FOR SALE-A good upright piano,
nearly new and very cheap for
cash .Apply to R. D. Wright.
1000 pounds of candy. The purest
and best 10 and 20 cents, see window
display 10 cents goods, Anderson 10 e
-WANTED-/Vraveler for established
house. Twelve dollars weekly to
start. Expenses p,aid. Referenees.
Address George 0.' Clowvs, Newber
ry S. C.
.SLANKETS worth $1.50 1educed t
98 cents, ,worth $5.00 reducedt
$3.75. Same reduction on ove
coats and otheox winter goods. Bit
now, at Wooten's