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The Movements of Many People
Newberrians and Those Who
Mr. Win. M. Werts, of Mountville,
S. C., was in New'berry on business
Mrs. J. H. Hair, of the firim of Hair
:nd Havird, has gone to Baltimore
and other Northern markets to pur
chase the spring millinery for this
-enterprising and uptodate firm.
Mr. Plenge, of Charleston, has re
turned to Newberry and resumes his
position at the Hotel Frederick.
The James Adam ten cents shows
are exhibiting every nlight in the Va
cant lot near the power house. Those
who have attended speak very highly
of the entertainmcnt, and hut for the
inclement weather the attendance
would have been very large.
The Ion. . .1. Nichols, 44, Spir
tanbirg, was in the vitY yesterday.
Ifis fIrm is counisel inl tle MaI1tha
'Carolinie Cahhv.ell will case, whicl is
being le:l'd before the proba t e
seonit. Mir. Nichols is Ile youigest
ineiber of, tle Soulthl Car-olila le.is
tature, Iing just twenty-one years of
:age whei he took ihe oath of' ollice,
:and very popular witi his colleagues.
Miss Jeanne Pelham is visiting in
Miss Sarah Pope is visiting. friends
Mr. lobert lair was in. the city
'lhe coneert at MrIs. S. It. ones' on
Tuesday evenlinl- I'mr Ihe belnefil of1
tlie A . H . P . chin1reh was 11uite a s ie
eess and a very enjoya lble occasioli.
N4twithistanidinl, the0 inlelvimenit weathi
er, tihere was a verY old attendanee
am1i thos pre p I lN.(.I e( itertainled by
mu11siv amd recitatimns. . htr r- -
mentils wvn- sulrvedl. Th I proI11)vceed1 s
amounte111d to 1..
Airs. l.". It. W ilbuil tel ane the
Shlak-slpar. einh hist evVnIII.
\lis, le-it. S'chilill-erI t has return11ii
eJ rs I-4 1 . Al . luiet :m.M,11.u -
t' lien ttsl v ille.
Get Ready to Vote.
T P tile t ' ,''~ V
cn timity: Oin ilt 20,1- Do eni
her hi-1 I publi-he'd 'I ard i- in all
- a I4e miit 1411w I wih 1. relew t hat
and aid that within thenext sixty daysj'
elettions will he beli iin tile to4wni of
NelwerrY that eve r viizen1i will be
interested inl and if you are not a
glalified elector yiol ca not vote. li
addi tin)1 t(I this the chances are that
4 r i , mmiu there wvill Ibe an k-let ii.11
-o the tuestit'n q1f ir ry or no
i'lslelisaiv .I tilte c.-lill~ and11 if y"ll
arc not a paltied elector vou vall ilit
It dies not ake a iy ldifference t
me which way youn are !zoingr to vote
but as yourit servant I want to. ptut you
on t.guard anid thenl itf vou are catuzilt
ani.ld (epred 4)f your vo te I w'ill know
that I hatve (done1 my ftull duty aiiil
you can not say that I did not d14 my
parit towa rds givin you v) inot ice.
\on may' ('otiderl' tis a small mat
thle emI eluionIl that it is veryv impor
(in anid retgist er it co ist s iitthin.
Yours obedliit ly.
C'ole. L. Blease.
J. A. Mimnnaugh.
ino New Yoirk atiin ther norit hcrii mart
k et s to pultrchanse hiis spring goods andt
beenCi aboullt comlet ed andl when t hey
are', he ( will hav one) of t he h andsomi
est st ore Ilront s ini this state. Decid
ed impiirovemnti s have al so been
made to( te intior11(1 of thet( buildinag
an d special pirov isioii hats been miade
ns to thle millhiner'iy departmnt i byi )
wvhiichi lie sill havye nuchl miore r~ oomi
to display this line.
W~hen lie returinis hie will putt oni a
sale, wvhichi will give Ite purichaii-inig
pullie goods at prices5 bet terl thiaii
.they have evei' had before.
The Bee Hive.
Mr'. 1F. L. Iailes, the proprietor' of
the Bee I live, is fast ecoming to thle
fr ont its one of the most successful
yvoung buslin1ess men of ourii city. lie
alisplays unusual I aste in (lie election
tof his stock, especially of his dress
goods and lace departments. Thel Ia
d iies will do wvell to look at his selee
'tions before purchasing their spring
-goods. lie also carries a full line of
men 's and ladies' shoes and slippers.
Also a nice line of boys' and child
ran's clothing. Everything is mark
eod in plain figures and sold strictly
at one prie to all and at a little less
'than you can purchase good, relia
ble merchandise elsewhere. He is
striving to secure the reputation of
V:selling good. mereliandise cheaper
4ithan any reputable business house, in
NOT YET SETTLED.
The Whitmire Contest For Intendan
Goes to The Supteme -Court.
The dispute over the matter of wi
is intendant of the town of Whitmir
is still unsettled and in the courts.
It was stated in The Herald an
News some days ago that Judge Pr
dy had decided in favor of Mr. A. J
Holt, but Mr. John P. Faint, throug!
his attorneys, has given notice of ap
peal to the supreme court and in th
meantime matters will stand as the;
have been, with Mr. Fant holding ov
er and acting intendant of the town.
It is not possible for the case to b(
hieard inl the supreme court before tht
The following are the exception.
aid g4-rounds of appeal as submitte&
by the attorneys of Mr. Fant:
STAT1E O1 SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Newberry.
In Court of Common Pleas.
The State, Ex Iielatione, A. J. Holt
John P. Pant, Respondent.
To Messrs. Blease & Dominick, Re
lator's attorneys: You will pleas
take notice tliat lie respondent in
teiids to al)peal to the supreme court
fIomn the several orders of Judgc
Purdy in the above entitled matter oi
the 1,ollowin- grounds, to wit:
1. Because His Honor Judge Pur
dy erred in hold tlhat he had jurisdic
tionl of this case.
2. Because his lionor erred ini ov
erriling re,pondent 's demurrer to the
.jiuisdiction (it' the court.
3. Because his honor erred in hold
ing that this was not ani actioin to try
titt, to the ollive on the Intendant of
W%hitmir-e, hlt wIts ani actioin to gel
possessioni of tle hooks and paper.4
tf' tit said town.
-1. 1k-caUseI his honor erred in ov
(1r111uln,-. res.p4mndent 's demur111rer tc
the .Jiiisdielti of tihe court in' that
the -iiid action as shown by relator's
petilion was I'or the purpose of get
tinl po -4jwssessioi of tihe office of intenl
-hm1 40f tile town .of Whitmire and
the4 i ein hos brouIlt were notithe
1'pper prceingsI foII1 r sI'mSuch purpost
m11l lthe coiIrt had no juirisdliction.
5. Heaui-e his lioior erred in pass
Lin te 0nier of re'erenee referrin.
te said ase to I lite -mister for New
herry ciinty ini that lie had no juris
diction to) pass said order as it was
spetiticallY shown by the return of
ilhe respiondenlt inl vonnictlion withi the
petition that tle action was for the
purpose of obtailing. possession of
the olice of intendant for the town of
Whitmire and was not. siiily an iae
tion to have tle books and property
6. Because his honor erred in hold
inl that the town coneil of tile towr
ot Whitlimire attempted to create ati
1liee anid iv e to the so called ofieci
te hooks and property o said towr
whell tle testimnony specifically show
,f saitd towl, but that tile books and
books was regulaIrly selected by the
toiwn c'tweziil as the clerk and treas
statumte nuthlorizes towni conneil to fi]
by e'lectting- some oneC thereto.
7. Btecause his hoenor' erred in or
der'ing thle respondlent to) deliver th(
boo ks an pro 114pertyS~i in his p)ossesior
ori in aniy othe1r waiy p)ertaining to th<
44llice of1 initendanlt tof thle town ol
Whlitimire to lie relator, A. J1. HoIt
whIen'i thle test imnony 'onicluisively
shows that theii respondent was aoi
lhe ''istodiani ofl any books or palper
ini sid town, hre t hat the books aine
ipapers we're ini ' hands of thle prop'
ir t'nstodlian th<t li ., thle clerk an<
teurer'4i of said 1 iowl.
S. Btec'ause hiis hotnor e'rred ix
d1a inary 5ith. 1907. coul d do no act by
whiichl the' rights ofi lie rela tor 'onle
he def leat ed: that lit had no right t
ay 'ivneit sa ve his siucct'ssor wh'len th<i
It'shnun colusive(4111 ly (' shiows that th<
resp'i dent was still acting as
iintenidat of -aid town ani
liat hieiarte this act ion wa
c'o.ninenced, lie in accordance
withI his dtie cs and under thle i nst.rue
tions of' saidl town couniimcil, d1eliv'ere(
said hooks and papeis to the clerl
an ee oif '4aid town.
9 1. Bei'ause' his honor erred in pa~ss
imne thei orde'r dateed Febhruary 21st
19)07, iteiuiin g thle respoeni(elt t<
urn thle beooks and papers of the
toiwn oft Whitnmire over to thle reclatoi
wh'lein te testimony c'learly show;
liat said order could have no effec
iandt wvould lie null andli void as the i.e
spionde'nt had no books and papers it
his possession'b)elonging to the towvi
of Whiitmirie, neither were the same
undier his control and he could no0
turn them over, as directed by saih
Sheppard, 0ieir & Paruk,
Hunt, Hunt & hunter,
Number 99 Won Prize.
Miss~ Louse Senn, of Silver Street
held inumbler' 99 which won the beau
tiful jardiniere which was given away
by the Auderson Ten Cent Co.
r. M. SCHUMPERT'1fp"'#TED,
Very Light Voto-S. .,04pingham
Defeated by Seventy4*o
3 The seoid primuary to noninato
a candidate for judge of probate was
I held on Tuesday. There was -a,very
- light vote polled, even less by.some
thing over one hundred than the vote
I in the first primary.
Mr. F. M. Schumpert,by a majority
3 of 71, has been nominated as a can
didate for judge of probate.
The general election is ordered for
3 The following is the vote as tabu
3 lated by the executive committee at
a meeting, which was held yesterday.
It will be noticed that several of the
precilets held no election at all, and
at all of the others not as much as
fifty per cit. of the vote was east.
Old Men's 5 9
Young Mei's 53 62
Carolina 53 66
WAest Enld 42 20
Mollohonl Mill 21 11
Ilena 0 0
Hartford 0 9
Johnstone 6 7
Garnany 15 2
Mt. Bethel 17 6
Mulberry 0 0
Mt. Pleasant 8 4
Maybinton 2 0
Whiitiire 13 13
Long Lane 20 0
Jalapa 13 3
Conservative 4 11
Kinards 1 10
Reederville 0 0
Old Men's 9 9
Young Men's 4 11
Saluda 8 3
Chappells 16 0
Vaugh1ville 0 0
Utopia 0 19
Deadfall 3 10
E. Riverside 0 9
Prosperity 23 64
St. Lukes 0 13
Saluda 4 11
0'Neall .16 1
Swilton 0 0
Liberty 0 27
Monticello 0 0
Little Mountain 4 25
Ulnion 10 6
Jolly Street 13 2
St. PaUls 4 3
Central 5 .6
Zion 0 13
St. Philips 20 1
Walton 0 0
Pomaria 3 19
Total 414 4815
IMPORTANT WILL CASE.
Proving in Solemn Form of the Will
Of.Mrs. Martha Caroline
The hearing in the case before the
probate conrt to prove 'the will of
Mrs. Martha Caroline Caldwell,- was
resutmed yesterday befor3 the acting
judge of probate, Jino. C. Goggans.
The following are the heirs-at-lawv,
who are contesting the will, andl are
rep)resented by Nichols & Nichols, of
Spartanburg, and Johnstonc & Crom
er, of Newvberry:
Martha C. Hardy, Elizabeth King,
Harriett Trail, H. WV. McCarley, An
nie K. McCarley, John W. Clary,
Sara Ann Russell, Sara C. Clifton,
Mary E. White.
The executor, Mr. J. F. J. Caldwvell,
is represented by Hunt, Hunt & IIun
Miss Clardy, of Laurens, is acting
as special stenographer in this court.
"Everybody Works But Father."
1t is seldom that a musical comedy
tikes such ain immnediate hoh1l on the
lovers of the stage as Howard Web.
ster's latest p)rodulctionl, "E lverybody
Works But Father.'' TIhe enIormlfous
a ttendlance that greets thle comlpanly
in cevery city is only accountable by
thle fact that the production has
struck the common cord ini the heart
of tihe play-goer and is essentially a
pleasing production both to the ear
and the eye. Aside from ani unuts
iially excellent cast and a harge and
efTicient chorus, the stage settings anid
electricAl effects are to a degree be
yond the wildest exp)ectationus in
sumpi1tuiousness and elegance. Thq
whole showv from beginning to end is
one rap)id melange of dazzling suir
p)rises to the mirthful tune of pleas
ing anid catchy rnllie. Everything is.
on a plane of magnificence hitherto
undreamed of in th~e realms of music.
It will be seen at theQ opera house orb
Saturday, Marsch 2.
Amity Lodge, No. 87, A. I'. M.
A regular commulnicationl of Amity
Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M., will be held
nlext Monday eveninig at 8 o'clock in
Fraternity l 11. Visiting brethroiu
cor dially welcomed.
Fred. H. Dominick, W. M.
J. HI. M. Kinard. Secretary.
NO SPE0IAL COURT.
Judge Purdy Files Order Giving Rea
sons He Cannot Hold Court As
The special term of the criminal
court, which was ordered by Jitdge
Purdy to be held the latter part of
March, has been called off by him in
an order, which If has filed with the
clerk of court under date of the 27th
9f February. The reasons for this
are stated by Judge Purdy in his or
No jurors have yet been drawn and'
the witnesses and the litigants will
take notice that no court will be
When I ordered that ap extra term
of court he held at the time above
stated 1 ..as advised that there would
be a very short term of the court of
common pleas at Abbeville, with an
interval of two weeks perhaps,. until
the convening of court elsewhere. I
have since been advised that such will
not be the case, but that. the Abbe
ville term of court will occupy a much
longer time than was supposed, at the
time of making the order for the ex
tra term. It will be almost impossi
ble to sit Continuously in court for
the length of time required for this
circuit and add thereto an extra term,
and properly discharge the duties of
I have with great reluctance, and
against the eariest protest of the so
liitor decided to receind the order
for this etxia term of court, aid it is
Ft is therefore ordered that the
--Ierk of the court for Newberry coun
ty and the other officers charged
therewith, make no preparations for
sm-Ic court, but that they re!cinld any
sIeps that may have been taken to
R. 0. Purdy,
Presiding Judge inl Eighth Circiit.
Februiary 27th, 1907.
Death of Former Newberrian.
ThIe f'ollowing from the Anderson,
correspondence of the Greenville!
News may be of. interest to Newber
Miss Sallie M. Hunter died yester
day at the home of Mr. R. W. Shelor
after a short illness. She had been
liuinig vith Mr. Shelor's family for
a n mber of years and came here
with the family several years ago.
Miss Hunter was a daughIter of the
late Nathan Hunter of Jalapa, New
berry county, and was 71 years of
age. She leaves no near relatives.
Jack Hunter of West Union and
Thomas Hunter of Columbia are her
cousins. She was a consistent mem
ber of tie Central Presbyterian
The funeral service was held at MIr.
Shelotr's home this morning and the
body was carried to Valhalla for in
terment this morning.
Br'other S. C. Barre was born in
Newberriy conit y, near' Pomar'ia, S.
C., December 18, 1844, and( died Ja
nary 18, 1907. His father died when
he wvas only a few years old. His
youthful days were spent upon his
step-fathei''s farm, until in 1862,
when sev'enteen years of age, lhe eni
tei'ed the Confederate army as ' a
member of Kinard 's Comipany, the
20th S. C. regiment, and gallantly
sei'vedl the cause deai' to his heart.
It wias always a pleasure to hear
him relate wvithi prtide and patriotism
his youthful bravery. He was wound
ced 1863. At the close of the wvar lie
retui'ned to his native county, and
r'emiained there until 1870. During
that year lie moved to Pr'osperity, S.
C., and entered the mercantile :busi
niess, which lhe conitinued until 1886.
He wvas afterwards eingaged in
fai'ming and a mural mail carr'ier.
Brother' Barire joined thle Pr'os'peri
ty lodge, No. 115, A. F. M., .July,
1.867, and cont.inuuously affiliated unt
til death called 1im to that celestial
lodge above. Hei was tyler' of Pi'os
per'ity lodge for 1.6 years, which po
sitioni lie held up to hi-3 death. We
shall ever miss him as he stood to
guard the lodge of all. impositions.
Hie was a true and devout masoii,
whose fidelity deserves our omula
Whereas, we deeply regret the loss
of our' tr'ue anid wvarm-hearkted fmiend
and brothe', anid to whose faithful
duty as tyler of this lodge, we owe
so mutch. 1His station stands vacamit
in the lodge, remiinig us that the
stroiigest ties of friendship must
sooner' or hater be broken, but not for
gotten. .Tn token of 'our affections
and brotherly love of our deceased,
it is hereby,
Resolved, That it is with deep and
sincere r'egret wve ehronicle his death,
and tender to the family our' sympa
thy and deep sorrowv, and that a copy
of these resolutions be sent to the
family and spread upon the minutes.
R. T. C. Hunter,
RI-. S touidemayer,
ci. Sam Moore,
A Uass as 'Been 'Taken--Ne
.aousc Being Bitilt-Personal
Prospe ity, Fe. 28.-An electiol
will be held iar'ch- 7th to dotbrminle
if the town of Prosperity shall isse
bonds 'for a fire 'lepartment. It i
thought that. with the money we havc
on hand if not expended $1506 o:
boaidw will be enough. The counci
has been considering the maeadamiz
ing of Main street from the C., N
& L. depot to the bank of Prosperity
If the bonds are not voted they wil
consider this work.
Mr. Jno. H. Dickert's house wiE
burned last week. He lost all Mi
household goods and - had no insur
There are eight new houses going
up in town. This will give some oj
the people who were anxious to comc
to town an opportunity to do so.
Tle town eoincil has had aln enum
eratioi made of the town. This con.
sus shows that the town has 722 in,
habitants 417 white and 305 colored
citizens. White males, 205; females
212. Black males, 130; femnale, 175
Dog,, 47. We are growing some. B3
and by we will be a city (?) Well
hardly ilot so long as there so many
little hammers ill use. The consw
shows that there are 153 children ov.
or tell years of age and 166 under
tenl. Of this lulliber 157 are in school
White children, 111; nie-ro children,
46. Less than oce-half of the child.
ren in tile incorporate limits accord
ing to this tabulatioii are ill school
This comes from the fact of thl
inumber of small children 6 or 7 years
Our veryl Tiin anid ~obliginig
elerk of. the city couincil has Moved
o1 the hil.'' to the house vacated
ol tile hill,'' to the h1ouse, vacatel
to the home vacated by Mr. H. K
Messrs. A. L. Auill and Jnm. Hentz,
of Poniaria, were ill town last week.
Messrs. Hunter Caldwell, of New.
nall, Ga., and Dallas Caldwell, of
Charlotte, N. C., have beenl oil a visil
to their bcother, the Rev. I. S. Cald
Jio. Pat Wise, of Newberry col.
loge, has been at home for some days
sick. He is able to be up at this writ
Dr. T. F. Littlejohn, of Pacolet, las
been'visiting ill town tile past week
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wise have re.
turned from their visit to Atlanta.
Miss Lizzie Hawkins lias been vis
iting in the Mt. Pilgrim section.
Miss Elly Pugh ias been visiting
at the home of Mrs. Brow.n.
-Mr. and Mrs. E. Y. Morris and
children, of Newberry, paid a visit t<
Mr. M. C. Morris on last Sunday.
Mrs. Calnes will return from hei
trip to the n0r1h oil Friday.
Miss Lulie I-uinit visited relatives
thle past wveek.
Misses Annie Mae and Beatr'ie<
Bedenba ughl and Miss Johnson spei
thc day, Monday, with Miss Addio
Miss Lola Folk, of Columbia, is
visiting Mlrs. Ella Bedenbaugh ol
Mr'. Ira B. Nates, of Columbia, hlas
been on a visit to his father this
Miss Claire Wheeler, younger
daughter of our1 former townsman
Mlr. J. I. Wheeler, was mai'ried lasi
Tfhursday evening to Mi'. Thlos. A
Blair, cashier of the Southern Ex
press5 comlipany, in Col umbi a.
Mir. R. T. Pugh is building a hiom<
oil his lot i'ecently pruLchalsed fron
Mr'. B. B. Schumnper't.
Mr'. B. B. Schiuper't has purilchas
ed thle home in which lie has beeni liv.
inig for' the past three'C years aiid i~
now at home under01 his own vine au
"Everybody Works But Father."
No priet tier' musical comiedly is tour.
ing the countr1 iy todlay than ' 'Every.
body Works But Father'' that Man
agers Earhai'dt and( Wells hav'e book.
ed at the oper'a house oin the evening
of March 2. The play has a wealth
of scenlery that is seldom seen ouitsid<
of New York city, aiid r'equire's ai
ab1)1 corps of carpenteris, p)roper'ta
men01, elect ricians anid machiniists t<
prol''y hiaiidle anld care for it. Ti
comlpanly is the same thart made thu
inistaiitanieouis lilt Onl its first prodluc
tion, and the chorus is large and well
drilled. Altogether it is fair to pro
diet that no cleverer attr'action wvil
be seen hiere this season.
,Mr. Oapers Lever Dead.
Mr. Capers Lever of the Broa<
river section of this county died a
his home on Moniday, agedt about 32
years. He h'ad been sick for sever'a
dlays wVith typhoid fevei'. HIe was
goodl ei'tizen and heaves a wvidowv an<
Every man has a right to keep hi
opnion to himself.
Corrctod by Nat Gist.
Middljng . .. .
Goo1 Middling . 10 12
Striot Middling .. . 11
The Loool Market.
Meat_... ............91-2 to 12
H is..............16 to 18
Beit Lard .... .. ....... 13
Begt N4' 0. Molasses .. 60 to 70
Good M.-O.Molasses .... 85 to 40
Corn .... ............... 7
Wal .. .. ............ 7...76
Mixed Chicken Food ..00... 0
Hay ............ ..31.35 to 1.50
Ist Patent Flour .. ....4.40 to 4.75
,2nd Patent Plour .. . .. .4.00 to 4.40
Good Ordinary Flour... .3.50 to 4.00
Suga ........ ........5 1-2
Rice .... ...... ....to8 1-3
Coffee Roasted 15
Coffee, Green ....... 10 to 20
Cotton Seed meal 1.40
Eggs .. .. .. .. .. ....20
Pou'try 10.... ..l.....100 lb.
Peas .... .... .... .... 1.75
JAMES K. GILDER,
Office in front room over post office,
NEWBERRY. S. C.
E. H. KIBLER,
Office Formerly Occupied
By Dr. D. L. Boozer,
Newberry, S. 0.
FOR SALE-Lumber. Apply to
BEFORE BUYING or selling a farm
or any property, write The Carolina
Realty and Trust Company,
Bishopville, S. C.
NOTICE--The First National Bank,
of Whitmire, locAted at 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.
SHINGLES-I have plenty of shing
les. Call and get prices.
0. W. LeRoy.
$150 PER MONTH sure to good
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.
TWO horse farm to rent two miles
from city. Apply to,
M. B. Caldwell,
law. Newberry, S. C.
I HAVE MOVED my undertaking(
establishment in my store in Har
mon building. If wanted at night
Ezra A. Counts,
Prosperity, S. C.
MR. O.'B. SLIGH who has been
clerking for Mr.' C. J. McWhirter
is now with Mr. A. WV. Eargle on
I lower Main street. HeI would be
!lad to have his friends call and
WANTED to sa w your Shingles for
you. B. B. Leitz,soy.
FOR RENT-Furnished1 room. Suit
able for one or two gentlemen. Ap
ply J. W. White.
WANTED you to know T am prepar-4
ed to saw you sono Shingles now.
B. B. Leitzsey.
LOST--One leather p)ocket boo0k with
some valuable papers andl three
bln ok.I returned to me
2t-2aw.W. Pet Lomi.nick.
POSITION WANTED--Ry an e
perienced and cap)able man, wvho is
thoroughly acquainted with Sahi
da county. Book keeper, etc. Not
afraid to wvork, if p)roper salary is
given. Prefers Nowberry. Ad
dress A. B. C., care Hebraid and
News, Newberry, S. C.
I CARPENTERS WANTED at Cal
houn Falls, S. C. Long job. Good
I pay. J. F. Gallivan Bldg. Co.
EGGS from prize winning Bull Ply
mouth Rock ehickens for sale at
$2.00 per setting of 15 by Frank
L. Feagle, Greenville, S. C.