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The Movements of Many People
Newberrians and Those Who
The juvenile missionary vociety will
meet wi'th Mrs. Gaillard in High
Point, Friday, 15tl, at 4 p. i., if the
weathee -is good. If it rains the meet
ing Wi at Central church.
Pre, musical number, catchy
songs and somue dazzling effects will I
be seen in the Llyman Twins new t
comedy, The Hustlers. I
The (urtain will rise on Monday I
night at the opera house at 8.15. Let
every one be seated by that. time so
that all may see the ''Clansman.''
Blats ehoe shop has been moved r
across the street in tie house on the
Tlhe laymaln Twins are colliln..
'rs. laither Colsins andl MI'. Ali
tine hp-had.lt who are at tihie Colum- i
bia hospital are doinl.g. well. )r. V. V
F". I ,ahL , wilose pali 11.s NIe were ,
1ee ived il vleter t*1-'o )r. (illvry to
IllI t ellvvt .1 ('411pi days ag.
Tll swal for lt e ''ilillsill1al1 i
A3 infla ,N ni ilt are .1011f all s11l. A
9,11-!v p;VflY will voll-e dowil rrollm 1
tIle Ilustlelrs is tlle 11n1111ne0 ( i ll e
laLiiN1. Twlls nlvw comle(IN. whichl will
be llere s4loli.
E. La. llailes is having his store I
frnuu1 pailtell white. A little plait i
W011uld lhlp the appiear-anle of other
plavs' . iN' N 14t tr. it. It does nlot1
1-dd111'. a1l l'lIlers have bo 1 ht the v
st 1:vk ;: f A. ( '. .ones ani thr(wehv -' -
(r11(1d I Ih stn r oon. Illev have a
mll-Vell 1ilir S114.ck fr'nf llhe p.1 1hlive 1
huin l im .\t. (' . .Tones s11re ill
Alain s1n-e1 and will he !Jl.d to' have e
I iir friwid.s aol viistomors take not 1
ftI h le eh'll: 1 '.
Telill'rary sowietivs of,Nwer
(,()l(-.! will have\.( their anIa larnhll
deIate in 1i11w oper hol-e loni., I.
'I'te tiie is liere fo I' -:aster honeivs
ane lIiim millIiniery.
('alwell m114 la ItNl altiwa .tn e will in- 1
ani r ale the -reatest sale i.i silks 'ill
othevr sprin-,- -poods ever held in New- h
herry. Heail ti111 am n1111niem nillt ill i
this paper Ior' I,11rlheri ad fililer par
1*essrs. B. ('. Alattliews, lI. 11.
W r,i-it. I,. (s. I.skridge. I":. I.-. W il
iimlso ,i .l. (. I)aniels. IF. II. 1)om-11- 1
inivk left for l'r ll n Wedlnes
day .1olaltn a1 shrinlers mneetin".
r. 1. ( '. l'erry is on 1 aN visit to
M1r. A. C. .Jones was holle a vollple
dav. thi, week.
\Irs. .1. IH. Ibavidsin ims nAtim-iol t
fnoiml a visit Il t (. her .d iter in 11.14ck
.lie. (. 2. hlin>v will p-v:':Wh1 in lw
111h1 ranl ('11m-h 11 '0 11 I , .elielme
nevxt Slinnlay al.1 11 .1. m1.
The naiiirad men,i mtiit rainll-..
ni1SSiolersA stopped in NewherrY ()in
lone ds t ('u (f It get diwn,r.
Somei( peop3Ile thought~l we hadl upi thle
Newherry sit uatlolln again. Nil, Nil,
nloting1 Ilike t hat.
daysV hans bleeni sping1 1like.
eiat ion will mleet in the library' nmmils
on Aloaya~ at I10.:10. A full attendl
aneet' is dlesired1.
Pomaria Case Continued.
ai Noew. thalt by~ aigreemlen(t of thle
lawyems ('ngaged oni boith sides of' lie
Pomin( 'troublee uprVel 1imilm- ex.l
but ill be1 wVi31lheever isuis te iots
v13 enie of the lawyers3t, h ave il a 11011
Millinery Opening at Prosperity.
Moseley' ilrot hers will haiive I hei r
sprinug m111iinry o peniing Thuiiirsday~,
thr e llst l instan at We ii wanilevery.. I
fodye to oe. h Oe lowiI0 11 prvices d
fairh deal'in hav1 Se incrad'ur
mhlereyn tray, tha t -i iwe halit been
comelled to(11C tnc(as ohr'V mi'linstvm
foce. Soi wl have themne the ervites.
ofl Eat'lad)follltimoe wetcm.
highl recm aended.Shwilarv
hPiere Satuday, thean6thitan, ad
Litl e pleaed, to C.,v Willi ensom
(esge and wiglie the Che very (eltes
in easute b lnneoly edlt btm
ev . J.So,Maried.107
MA'c 97t the pasngtfS. Peter's
(Piney Woods) Luthrsoanhuc neart'1
tite Mo~nti, S. C., iie. Cano
and Cumaaner, Bofdwr uhaited inC.
wee nedi holy wedock, by the 1e.E JSx.
Rev.~ E. J.So, Marh ,0 107
FOR THE CITY BEAUTIFUL. a
0ivic Association Gets Down to Busi
noss-Much Interest Manifested i
-Should Have Support and ij
''le Civic Association of Newberry n
ield a iteeting at the chamber of [
m)erl(ll*Ce r1oom01s On Wedies(lay af- J
ernoon at 4.30. The ladies of the
own are taking great interest inl this el
novement, an( it is sincerely hoped 14
hat the bmsinesls mein and citizens of A,
Ie city generally will encourage the
adies in Ilhis work, not only by word a
mi in a substiantial way. It is one A
>f tle most iilportant movements A
hIt has ben tinderiakon in this com
nunity in a number of years.
New.berry is one of the best towns li
n the state, aInd, inl a gtrealt many C
v.simevis, tie best towI that we know
11.! . Yv( we ieed to be aroulsed
it ilie 1111ter of eslth-etics, in the
valutilvin..g and improving tle apear- a..
IVV of' our1 sireels and of the city
nally. Nothinig so iImpresses a
iaingei as clean streets mli lnice lit- Ih
le palis aid beautitii lawns and ti
it"Itlv IminIed i 'Ie . well as el
caitli ful hom'ne.s. li,
'Tlie h.ieel ' t(e civie associati1n II
I 't ir4ise anl inieirest oil .lie part
I mil e(ilizens, inl these m ales, an1
Sshold hIave Ilie moal as well as ei
he i 1:1wiial suppt' of all tle eit- V
o.eni ' ti le eo ni I yIIIliI.. a
.\t ile Imeetin, oil Wednesday tlhere j.r
on' about I'fy entlihusiastic ladies
y1o. Th'le conies inl (Ihe
arinw is aip1p1lilled hy trie chair
un hadl l d,nv somie excellent work, fit
1141 as a (,Stlt it(e mem0111bership) roll
tilainls somletlhinig over filel i hundred. l
Oe 4d, the first efforts of0 (e asso- vc
i'liimn is to) indnIlev ihe mnerelyints I.
114 Ithiers toI 'welnrv Irnsh barrel-vs inl h:
'hicb lhe Inish sill he Iut, in.stead el
1, tilrilwn pi.nO sly over the
Ireis. The ladies expect 1t) have' to
In'ze ba11rrds paint(ed ,grl-eln, wilih (lhe
-is"('. A.'' inl while (1n1-themil,
'l till-yv will be distriblitvd at (lie a
ho-es t4' o lsiless. Paeli Iolsekeep
r is also) l-v(uested to I'llr ish sulih a s11
Irr.el 1uil tle ass(ia(ioll will have 'w,
I painlted. Th'le eomillele on Ithis
ekis comii(svid af the followin.. si,
Ilis: Mirs. W. (". Iliiseal. chai'- w
Mit: r.. A. 1ihwit a k Wti a c t (i
Iearnant,11. Aliss INlariv Wveber. Miss (-e
thui-. Dbavidson1, am114 Mrs. A. T
Whnestips, its iihinki if it, tii ti,
nit .Smalll IIIdetahking an1d v.annol0t 1th
eacoliised in a day: hut 'with fi
f'-filall l (rill lile litiiie'ss men of
-Al residelis (lie ass4ovialionl promises to
hatl withinl a siori tim i l the s(reel N
I' Newheirrv will be nuch more at
ralive. as Ihev will be rleve I'tr4111
nsigily p1ars aId tra-. si
it shot4 he Iemtmiciibired. als(), (hat a1
itn. is n t,wnt oinanlte nmw onI the(
oks plohtiblitig t(le Ihrowing of
riaslh fil lie sireels and tle efW'ort (i
1 tlev asociaw;(ton will be Io assist ill Il
I ric eiin'fi't-eint of' his or'diinane
h'ltnt I le necesity1 arises50. A great
ea I of' this unisihliniies.- could( be thi
voinlecd vei'y easily,. it' all r'ef'use (liat
ani he 1)11i'ied were destroytted on thle
Sev'eral qunesitions are in (lie tuintds'
Sthie miembet'shipil of' (lie ais.ociat ion,
iul ith I more than (tine hiuiidried memi
er's al1readyv Oi 'nlled and othbet'si
.tiingi teveryv day, it is hioped that
hit liutur e may see these tque.st ions
it isfatority anisweredl.
)int of' those tageltions ini the miiids
I' the laties is (o iid (the towni of hi
n<' iht ly hi llboarids, thoroughly unat- S
ract ive at t'iir hest and oftentimes
t)rl'ing in (te suggest iveniess of
I pitelitres. at
A nitot' sugte-I ion whluichi Ihe ladit's a
ri'etiisideroing is (to r'emove wagtons 5li
itd mtlts tromt (t' squnare andito h
ri enure a nothe hit' iielihg place fo)r
'amis fro'tm (hoecountIry.
li In his connect ion, also, Ithey hope
a secure the o1(1lt out house fot' a l
ubl ig Ilibmrry antd thus keep fromii de- thi
troyintu so valuable antd subIstanitial e
bu ilIdi ng. andl at the~ same timie turn pa
to (te gotod )'prpse here suggest-ti
dl. If this can be dione thiey 1)ope to
eaiit ify (lie square withi fountanins
nil flower betds and also to imprtove
lie ahpearanice of (lie bluilding.
A notheri questio~n which thety ask 1
udl whiichi is given as a hintI to our
ieiehantIs is: "'Will out' merchants
'ho arie kind einough to give us the
divatageM of a bargain sale request d
hi'ieni'arieirs to leave (lie hills at thev
toi's inst ead of scat ter'ing them over
mri lawnis? These and many other
uinest ions -towar'ds (lie making of a
City Beautiful' come into our
It was also suggoested at the meet- c
ne oni WVednesday that now - is the
imle to plant seedl, if we ltend -to
myve flowersq this summer, and the i
ndies werie iurged to beautify their
awns in thu~is way.
The -follow ig is a complete list of
he'comi:tees from (lie wards:
'Ward i--Ma M. A Carsl.,iair
an; Mis. W. H. Wallace, W
1McSvain, Miss Lucy .Seerg
Ward 2-Mrs. S.. B: N0de8 hai
all; Mrs. Henry.L. YPari, -hs 1
Smith, Mrs. T. C. Pool, li M.
WardI 3-Mfrs. E. M. Evdia,lha
al; Mrs. 13. Al. Dennis, Mrs. C. J
owmlan, Mr's. 1. R. riunter Mi
ick 0. Brown.
Ward 4-Mrs. Elbert H. Au
laiman; Mrs. J. K Gilder Mrs.
Aull, Miss Anita Davidson Mi
Ward 5-Mrs. Rena Kinard, ehai
an; Mrs. W. M. Thomas, Mrs. 1
. Koon, Mrs. D. B. Chandler, Mi!
The'constitution which was adopt(
tile meetillg on Wednesday is pul
led hermwith in full:
onstiution of Civic Association 4
Artidle 1. Name.
This organization shall be know%
he Civic Association of Newberi'
Article II. Object.
The d).jeel of tle association ha
toill impove the nestlietic Colld
m)11s of ourl. eity alid to prooll
[111nliness 'd Iauty along our pil
Ihoroughfai.tres and about residei
Article III. Officers.
See. 1. 'Tlhe ollivels of ..tis ass<
Mii shall Ile no Prcident, Firn
ice-Rtresident, Second Viee-Presideni
Hecorlin-- Secretary, a Treasnre
d ai Auditor.
See. 2. 'ile oflicers shall be clette
ballot al the aimial meeting of tl
socitin whicwih sliall be held it,
st Wedlnie.day in November.
ee. :i. The noim,iiitions shall be b
Il)(. Every 11am1e offered shall b1
lisidel a Im'millee. 'y nomitie
ceivin:" a mi.jiitv vote on tir.
ill4t l;]. , n) 1 1ion, he de lre
Sec. -1. No mniwir .sliall be allowe
vot e by pmy
Article IV. Membership.
See. 1. The Imembership r?lhall b.
tive and associa'te.
See. 2. h'lle ac'tive membershi
aill be- womlenl wh-o Shall do activ
irk aind attend lie meetinigs.
See. 3. The associate nembershi
all Ie c'mimsed of men and. woine
I m11.1 vm desire to enc oillage this ir
rt.ak1i and eonitribute to its smc
Ealch member shall pay an ,initi.
)II fe' of tifty '01cIns ulponl joillin
v asceiatiion. and an annual due o
'y cents fI' active menmberi an
1one dollar for associate iember:
lie paid al the annual meeting i
No) Is1i--aIIo,1 from m i Iember'shi
all be aepeled from one who is i
Seven mIlmbers shall coist it lite
torumHi for t le tiansaction 4of bus
Meet ings shall be0 quar'terly and in
e call of t he president.
See. 1. ThIe omeiers of the associr
mmittee, and1( a chairman in ene
ir'd shall be0 ap)pointed by this conr
See. 2. The executive comnmitte
th the chair'men. fr'om the wvard
all ecnstitute a b)oar'd of manager
ri(Ie duity shall be0 to transact a
sinecss fior the assoqiation betwee
Thce constitutioni may be amifende
any meeting of tihe associaiton b
I wo-t hirds vote of those presen
itierc of the pi'oposed aimecndmeni
s*ling precviously 1)een given.
Young Men's Sunday.
Next Sunday in Newberriy will bi
town as Young Men 's Sunday, an
e exer'cises ini most of the churce
11llie conducted by yong men01 af
iinted b)y the Young Men's~ Chlri
mi association of the state.
lIn thle Luthler'an Chiureh in t
rwning the Reverend C. L. Browi
issionairy of 'tht) United Synod
e Routhl to Japan, w~ill preach. I
e .afternoon at 4 o'clock ser'viet
ill 1be held in tlEe Luther'an Chure
w'hiich all the denomi.nations wi
cite, and these services will be cor
ieted by Mr: A. C. B3ridgman of,t1'
aung Men 's Christian associatic
tihe state. Ho will also speak.
e morning at one of the chiurche
it which one could not be learne
om the patotrs of the city.
The ot'hers who wvill speak in ti
nreheg on Sunday morning are M
C. THntington, inter-state seer<
ry: Mr'. 0. 1). Daniel, student seo
tary. and Pr'ofesqsor' B. E. (Geer
ninanilu UJniversty. These~ serv.ic
ill be especially. in the interest A
0 young men of tile communit)
t everybody is invited to attenlt
te or the other of the ehfurehes,
11 THE OUT OrF TO B9 DRAiNBD
r- Foreman Wicker of Grind Jury
. Meets Southern O als At Old
Town With 'onissioner,
r.- On last Wednesdoy-a party consist
L ing of Mr. t, E. Simpson, Superin,
s. tendent Williams, former superinatend
e,t same division; Mr. Geo. T. Bish
l, op, train master; the three i-ailroad
J. commissioners Messrs. Sullivan, Earle
;s and Caughman, and Mr. Thos. E.
Wicker, foreman of the grand jury
r- visite& the pond on the' Southern
T. road two miles albove Old Town
s known as the ''Old Cut Off'' with a
view to ascert ining the possibility
d of draining it.
The railroad runs almost parallel
with Saluda river for many miles
Of through this section. At the point in
question, however, in the long ago
the river formed a loop or half moon
" and later broke acro.s from tip- to tip
making a straight bed and leaving
the half nioon dry except in time of
Sa fresiet when the water would flow
ar1ound in the old channel. When the
e Southern road was built the upper
c hannel .was filled in making a bank
i0r daim some twelve or fifteen teet
high. The lower channel was trestled
oin account of a,small btunch or creek
- which entared the old channel a short
t istnce above. After the road was
completed the water from high rivers
would back up Iider the trestle and
around the half moon to the bank
()uil ac-ross tle upper channel. The
old hed heing low here and the wa
terl having no outlet formed a pond
'l' siunali %At watr coverin, ei.ht or
ten acres-of laud and menacing the
1 health of the people living in this
We were tohl by-v ole aiogll a
iarl (if a dozen or more residlents
who met tle party above named at
tihe ponld that in tle sumier the wa
ler heeoelie'; covered with a -reen
skin ond an o4fensve odor. rises from
the ponid which can be smelled sev
eral miles away.
lThe pond is productive of miosqui
toes itiltitudinous inl numbers anl*d
p of extra large size and chills and nal
aria hematuria are of common oe
For many years the people living
in this section have petitioned the
. railroad and appeared again and
again through the grand jury to the
icourt for relief but all their petitions
and appeal availed nothing. Last year
the pond was reported to the grand
ljury as had already been done many
times before and ag-ain the zrand
Juryi recommended that the railroad
drain lie pond just as it had recoim
0mended many times before blut as
usual there the matter stopped.
At lie last term of court in Feb
a rary the pond was again rel)orted
to the grand jury. Mr. Thos. E.
Wicker who had served on the
grand jury of last year and who was
now the foireman decidIed to ascer
-tain if the railroad could be forced
to drain this p)ond and if so to push
the miatter' to its consummation. Af
ter consultinig with .Judge Purdy whbo
e was piresiding at the time and with
1 the other members of the grand jitry
lhe wrote the superintendent of the
Southern road and informed him that
e lhe would be given until the next term
s of court to dr'ain the pond and if the
s wor'k was not e.ompleted by that time
II snit would be br'ought against the
a road immediately. The superintend
ent r'elied that the matter wvould be
taken into consideration with regard
to draining said p)ond. Last wecek'Mr.
Wicker was informed by letter that
Ythe superintendent of the Southern
r'ion'd in company with the railroad
scommisioner's would visit the OJa Car.t
Of f on the 13 inst. and asking him to
joini the party at Newberry. Mr.
Wicker* immediately wrote prominent
e citizens living in the vicinity of the
pond to be on hand on that dlate to
pr)iesenit their ease to the railroad meni
bud the railroad ernmmissionecks in
Spei:soni. The meeting' passed off
pleasantly with the r'esult that sup
edrintendent of the road agreed to
drain the pond. It ishoped tha't this
-wiIl be done at once instead of wvait
ing until the weather gets hot for
n then it might (10 more hiaim than
.I bonfederate Reunion,
e VTeter.aus will please take notice
n tat the Gleneral Reunion will be held
n in the city of Richmond on the 30th
3, and 31st of May and the 2nd and 3rd
a of Jlune next. We desire to have a
suffieiently large delegation wvho will
aledthis reunion so that we can
Senigage at lenet eone or two Pullnlan
cars for 'the pur'pose
- Those w~ho desire to- attend will
~pleaiso hand in -their' names as soon
as possiblhe'in order that., suitable aec
ommondatigms may be obtained for
allu The names can be h?anided to 0.
IL. $ahiumpe't, Adjutant of the James
.. Nance'-Camp No~ 336.
muH PEN8ION APPROPRIATION6
The Proyision for Artifloiaa Limba- A
-Must Take The limb-Can't Got G
the Oash.-$5,000 Appro- S
At the last mepting of the legisla- E
ture the appropriations for Confed- 1
erato pe.isions were increasef to 1
$250,000.00. They had been hereto- B
fore $225,000.00. Out of this amount G
$5,000.00 is to be taken' to provile C
artifleial linbs for Confederate sold- A
ieri who have lost an arm or a leg in
the service. The aet provides that I
the artificial limbs must be taken, or 1
in other words, the soldier cannot 2
choose to take the money in place of G
the limb. 8
Mr. W. G. Peterson, the chairman I
of the pension board for Newberry C
county; has the blanks at the post- C
omee, and any Confederate soldier C
who desires will call uponl Mr. Peter- E
son and get the blank. F
-We pub.lish in this connection a P
copy of the blank and also a copy of
the act providing for the appropria
tion as well as for the artificial limbs.
STATE OF SOUTI CAROLINA, 0
This is to certify t-hat I was a mem
ber of Company............, Regi
ment ............ in the late war be
tween tie States. At the battle of
........ ........ ............ 0'1 .
the ................. .......day of
...... ...... .... ....186 . ., I lost -
a .... ........ ......,.....
Personally appeared before me....
...... ......, who being F
sworn deposes and says the above
statement is true.
Sworn to before me this .......... B
(lay of .................... 190....
CollIissioner of ..................
(.)llty do herehv eertify that I have
made a persolnal examination of
applica1)t for an artifleial ..........
an:d find him entitled to reeive same
under tie law.
Pension Commissioner. S
To provide a minimium sum for the
anmnal appropriation for peirsions C
and fix the same at $250,000.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the gen
eral asemblY of the State of South
Carolina, That frorl and after the 'E
approval of this Act there shall be
annually appropriated a sum of not
less than two hundred and fifty thou
san(d ($250,000) dollars to pay the
pensions now or hereafter to be pro- R
vided by law.
Section 2. That every man who
while he was a bona4ide soldier or F
-ailor in the service in this state, or
in the Confederate States, in the war
bettween the States, lost a limb, shall
upon application to the State Pen
sion Board be entitled to be furnish
ed with a first class limb to supply
such limb, Provided, suhl allhica tion
mudt be ap)roved1 by the Pension Corn- V
missioner of the County in which ho
Sec. 3. That Comptroller General is
reqiired to furnish such aplplicanlts
aill necessary 'blanks therefor.
Sec. 4. The sum of Five Thousand
($3,000.00) dollars is hereby appr)1o- G
pria8ted and set aside out of the~
amounit appropriated for the pension
fund, to be used, if so much be nec- o
esRary, to carry into effect the pro
vision of Section 2 of this Act.
Spec. 5. That all Acts or parts of
Acts iniconisistent with thlis Act, be,
and the same are hereby ropealed.
Approved February 19th, 1907.
KNotice to Veterans. y
I have the blanks at the Post Offlee, 'd
fr applications for leg or arm.
Please come in) as soon as possible o,
and( let me fix up the bl.anks for you- qi
Pension Commissioner Newberry
I hlave withdrawn from the part
nersipl heretofore existing uinder the
name of E. T. Carlson & Company,
and( said p)artnership) is thereby dis- r
solved. I will hereafter conduct a
first class tailoring establishment in
miy owni banmel, and( ask my friends for
a shlare of their patronage.F
E. T. Carlson.
March 14, 1907. St. ltaw.
An examination for teachers will be
held on Friday, April 19th, 1907, at
10 o'clock, a. m. Besides the ordinary
subjects such as English, grammar,
arithmetic, algebra, geographiy, his-,
tory, physiology, and hygiene, ques
tions will -be submitted on Hughes' ti
Mistakes in Teaching, Peterman 's w
Civil Government and current events. t
The examination for white teachers (a
will be hteld in the oficee of the county fji
superintendent of eduieation, for col- hi
ored teachers in the court room.
J. B.. Wheeler, fi;
Co. unnt Eduation ,.
Corrected by Nat Gist.
iddling .. .. .......... .... .10
Vod Middling ........10'1-2
The Local Market.
[eat ... .............91-2 to 12
Cams. ,, .. ..l.. o. 1 to 28i'
est Lard .. ............ 13
est N. . Molassi.. . 0 7o
bod M.0O. Molasse.. 35 to 4"
orn .... ............... 75
[ixed Chicken FAd .... 90
[ay..............1.35 to 1.5)
3t Patent Flour .. ....4.40 to 4.75
ad Patent Flour ......4.00 to 4.411
ood Ordinary Flour....3.50 Lo 4.00
ugar .............. 5 1-2
'ice .. .. ....... ...3 5to -3
offee, Green.........0 to n
otton Seed meal 1.40
ggs ............... 20
oultry ............10c. ').
eas .... .... .... .... 1.75
JAMES K. GILDER,
ffice in front room over post office,
NEWBERRY. S. C.
E. H. KIBLER,
Offmce Formerly Occupied
By Dr. D. L. -oozer,
Newberry, S. 0.
OR SALE-Lumber. Apply to
EFORE BUYING or selling a farm
or any property, write The Carolina
Realty and Trust Company,
tf 2taw. Bishopville, S. C.
HINGLES-I have plenty of shing
les. Call and get prices.
0. W. LeRoy.
Just in 147 2 and 3 piece Blue
)rge and Fancy Worsted suits. Value
p to $18.50, special $13.50. W. .
ARPENTERS WANTED at Cal
houn" Falls, S. C. Long job. Good
pay. J. F. Gallivan Bldg. Co.
GGS from prize winning Buff Ply
mouth Rock chickens for sale at
$2.00 per setting of 15 by Frank
L. Feagle, Greenville, S. C.
OSTED COFFEE 15, 20, 25 and 35
Cent.s a pound at Fants' Grocery.
OR SALE-Sixteen horse power
engile mounted on wheels. Liddell
saw mill, 48 inch inserted tooth
saw, Henry Disston, and log cart.
3t law. Prosperity, S. C.
TANTED AT ONCE-ioung man,
to work in dry goods and shoe store.
One willing to work anid learn. Ap-'
ply in ow.n handwriting, to Box 155,
Newberry, S. C.
OOD GRSEEN COFFEE 10 cents lb.
At Fanits' Grocery.
RAIG SUPPLY CO., Prosperity, S.
C., sells the Universal guano dis-d
tributor fo $5.50. This has force
feed and distribuntes (damp fertili
z.er as evenly as dry.
$150 PER MONTH
Wh~y work for a mere living when
ni can easily clear $1 profit on each
rllar. Work in your Own locality.
ells at almost every home over and
ver~ again. Plan and complete in
rnetion1 by return mail for 25 cents
ddress. J1. F. Clark, Conway, Ark.
RAIG SUPPLY C0, Prosperity, S.
C., are selling the K. P. gnaino dis
tributor. for $8.50. This best made
known to planters. It covers the
R,ESH LOT WILEYS' CANDIESJ
just received. ,Frants' Grocery.
OR SALE-A good mileh cow. For
in forma tioni apply at this offlee. it..
EIE CRAIG SUPPLY CO., Prosp)er
ity, for farmers implements of
many kinds, alnd all kinds hiard
wvare, paints, oil, lime, cement, &c.
IHI sells tl.iem cheap.
-Fights In the Open.
While The 'News op1posed1 the ele
m of Mr. Blease for Governor, and
dle it was on the opiposite si(0doe '
ei dli.pCnsary~ (uestilon,i is( 5).9
to comnmendl his conIR'ist enev, hisi
(htmig qualities, his perIsistenc.y andi
4st rong supp)lort of his friend1s. He
neither. a t rinmmer nor a 'vabbloer
dhts in the open, andl goes down wyit/
colors flig-Sumril Nows