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The Movements of Many People
Wewberrians and Those. Who
Mrs. C. R. Stone ias returned to
her home in Spartatiburg.
Mrs. W. L. Seabroock and Miss <
Frances Seabrook left for Westinin- r
ater, Md., yesterday wnero they will I
make their future -home.
Miss Neville Pope left today for c
Columbia to visit relatives.
There will be a musical at the resi- t
dence of Mr. F. N. Martin at 8.30 (
o'clock this evening for the benefit i
of the A. R. P. church. 'l
Miss Ruth Hughes, after visiting c
friends in Newberry, has returned to I
her home in Raleigh, N. C. t
Miss Fannie Donald, of Kinards, u
is visiting Miss Eunice Abrams. d
Mrs W. G. Haughton, after visiting I
relatives in the eily, lias returned to 11
her liorie in Spartanburg. i!
Miss fannie McCa1ughr1ini is spend- I.
ing a few days in Columbia. M
'Mr. W. F. II11iet, of Columbia, t
.spent. Wednesday in the city. t
Mr. '. A. Scarborough, of Sumter, i
spent WVedneseday iinl t.le city. p
Rev. II. I. Sweets, of Louisville,
Ky., was i-n the city one day this C
Dr. Gteor.ge 1. Cronier wvill deliver
-anl address in West Enld Baptist
ellurch on i tle foitl-i Sulnlay ight.
sih.im-1. "Gianis and (, rasshiopp lers.
inl o lhe I Atilu-ran |i rsoniage.
Cirl . W L. S(-!hnIjIlpvrI mill lli i
esnitheI:!. lhl. her h,r lw
)'itI 411 leI..-l hnd Ali-l I.T e v
yv.vra .* vf I.1 41.
for tIe proin ae their 1me. Rev.
Mir. Seabr-414k will remlain inl New
terria f hod s sel vi days.
The w inte ha cvmlp nowv.
S1111> fi. Hif th IamlIer Sey tha thVY
fear. hAin hns been :i er
11hp r-event eold.
Th'le Civic A!*ssociatIi, htas not vet
p't mut th e taii hnbrrels. Teh a
terians will hold service at St. i uke
i.- l chIurech (I Sabbathm
It 11 o'clock.
1irs. J7. W. Humbert left e pterday
for CIarI.) n
\fr-. A. C4,ke Smnithi and hier:
da1 ughti Ir. Ais Isael)C, returned ve;- n
rerlay f t to hv-z t C."lumf1fbia.
The Crnsmer I-hol 11aulht hIV
M 11i 1tie . Yolnz. will zive a PiC
nie on Saturday tihe 7llt.
Mfras. Kate ToelmpkI in -ull) is spen -
inz IzeVeral Nweeks mntler thie pare-.tal
ro.f. IHer eoin is nc-t wy o azreat
deet tilte mnolmbersz of thle homel(
cirele but to hir tro,piz f friendse
al!;o. Mr. Aull wh apont unyi
Edgefieh.n is f(:':inaluda thi -week
in1-'41 atelane- upo emu-tPk.Sh arriten-d
I lrphte.- lr'd- itd .\ hertidr. I
onlit, Mawri- dsth ie o Ui.-. I
isati-esit i alp ret.
Nir. .. I. (':hils.ran. ., I'44,, i,.411
Al~-ia Nn \i ildaniJhtin o , w lr
ry s ten amt I of.41 uls. Mfladvi s I lemi
io f.or F.es ta ek. Sh<It eArived
yesterdhay.--Sprlanhi'r,f, l I )erl.
lie pi)lfidci N eberyail.c I)eali
e s ti thei "hurn tldisrict'' in to-e
day brian (in- eiija .4'tha i broa-t
thee w-eeks ag ith the bib 1121ins
pau ht. Newbrry dut 1510istle a ohl.
l Are discarsed Aile.1 1(Wds
Movr. iJ. M.IJohnso. ah snex tf our
tudtat the Jmot houl o,n Uni
-ver,iiy ato raltimce takilngt of hea
course of theisley m dioeth rwit
aThce on ith te Omarannn Coal
Tivust isnto goaoe jalanr ixid months.
vTies.''rcms tjtte ih
S Thiset arficle as horrbl<ed inpl the
Amer'ican trhm-icaournait Joana.
pamhe ~t omet aistnicdnhave
fiarned ious tha se ew ofithe
covery in $c0emistry.,The neThingn
-hevrs ~et rriucmth legthou of the
-to 'ch trust.- olity Journal.
elds st aria gtou f h
rhe Ladies Arranging to Entertain Fie
the Veterans-Dinner Free-Oom- SI
The ladies have already begun 'I
>reparationls for the entertainment 1is<
f the confederate veterans on Me- rec
orial Day. In accordance with the ry
iotice which is published inl this pa- mil
Per, they will not undertake to send led
ut invitations to each confederate 31.
,eteran, but have extended the invi- fis<
ation through the papers of the foil
onnty, and these will be the only ant
nvitations that will be extended. ma
hp ladies are very anxious that the
very confederate veteran, who is of :
Present on Memorial Day, will par- 31s
ake of the dimier, which they are elli(
rra-Iging to give. Tickets to the sho
inner may be obtained from Col. 0. det
. Seliilmpert two weeks prior to uti
lay 10, andl(] also on May 10, and it waq
eariestly hoped that every Con- e
ederate veteran who is in Newberry this
-ill be at thie dinner, and they desire for
a illipress it nponl them again that wit
lIe only invitations will be those Rma
hat are printed in tne county pa- of I
ers. to 1
The a-rangements for tile exercis- ev
s have not yet been completed, ex- '
Lept that the Rev. John Kershaw has frie
een invited to deliver an address Aik
tid has accepted tle invitatio-ll. tio
The followiniw commi tees have
een appinte. aniid it will be seenl I
hat 111-v are mainly tle din i.er
IIIIIit tees except le .general Ie- g r
4.r1l:dY ctlmmilittev anld II( thellsit';
;nonin I'e'. hle 4th1r I'mmivtees
;,I bv :11 0ed Ited: Di
MmIciorial Day Conimittee.
11r4. W . . l is l. M . e r e
Musie Committee. 1
Mr-s. .1. W. 1l1iwaner, chair- 4
imi: Mr.,. .1. A. Burhon. Mrs. J. 11. iti
Mrs. O C illiard. Mis- 'lnraTh
m n n.Ali - Nan . (I lluan hrin-l ha
iPlaee and A rn it..iiieimiits-MrVs. T. the
. Po1. him ain: Mrs. A. T. BIrt1wn-. tile
irs. C. A. .owmianl. Mrs. C. J. Pur- T
'.. 01. 4hlirman: Miss Nan Me- Me
lau--brin. Mirs. .1. Y. 'McFall. 'Mrs.en
l'. K. Slii. Viils ilnie Mae Wil- the
. r.. E'. C. Jones.
Dishes-Nis - fora Dominiek.
hrma Mrs. William Johnsoii. Fi
Irz. Frank Hnnter. 'Mrs. C. H. Can
I'n. ILrs. J. H1. West. Mrs. S. J.
7outn. Mrn. W. H. Hunt. Miss Ber- )
ic, MaItin. We
Silver-Mis Fannie M0(Canl'h- Ieer
inl. c'hairman: Miss Moriat Martin. for
liss M. L. 'uton. Miss Ola Wilson.
I'r. P. C. Oilliard. Mrs. J. L. Ken- can
Meat- Mr.. J16mes McIntosh. the
hairma-: Mrs. E. M. Evans. Mrs. Cal
V. F. Ewart. Mrs. S. B. Aill. cliu
Breadl and Salad Co'mmit tee-Mirs. 17
). B. Mayer. c'hafirman: Mr's. J. M. the
4'e(v MIcC:unhbin. MIrs. Lalla Sim
nhMr. C;. Y. IIunter'.
- omporti .2::i:nnn NMrs. C). 0. t1
.1 i . Mr . .': l . C'iiwi. Williamson, d-h
iee ('eamin (mraiW. .Mi'selev.
l.Ihl, iairman: Mrs. 1Jonson. lie
I is Niiilh- MaPopwie. Miss c pes
) iisCrtrud M artin. e.~ Mic'; elsi a
('~e CreamnCmite-miee-Mr. P. ,
frih.t ('hnei,rcai'san M. J. PoE, nes
irwood. . Mrto. J. 'sW.altiwagr- se
isle. Miss Agnaes Summer, Mirs. BI. W.p
Advertised Letters. en2
I.*ter's ir'iai inrg in the Postoffie '
Xe Nwhrrym'. S. ( .. for thle we'k end- quie
n-April 13. 1907. taim
A---Mm's. II. S. Andieron. l:i<
fi.-Mrs. M. F". Hariri('ld, Mi'. Mas- you
on Baxte'. Mrts. Minnie llaker, Mr'..'
f. J1. Benton, Mr'. Jamaes E. Brooks,'
dir. lleuiry Hooz,er, IMr. Willie Bnisn. ins,
('-MNiss Rhoc (".sey, Mrs. Sar'ah Ap
If--Mr'. Augustus Hair, Miss Clara
J-Mr'. J. V. Johnison, Miss Mary gie
L.-Samuel Lemon. C
M---Mi's. Lillian Martin.
P-Miss Annie Payson.
S-Miss Minnie Sparemnan, Mr. Jno muli
Bimpkinms, Miss Clara Suber, sto
TP-Miss Hannah I Taylor.. mr
W--Eliza Watins, Mr. Lee WVat- ""
ers, Miss Alice WateR, Alice Weav
er', U1. M. Wright, Miss Alice Wrighht,1
Miss Alice Williams. rig
Persons calling for these wvill p)lease fel
say thatd they wer'e atveirtiscd.Si
C. :. Pui...ln . M. ci.
TIREE MONT.H a R
cal Year Ends June 30-Upon f
owing Then Will be Determined
Question of City Delivery.
'he .mnpression has been that the
,al year u)on1 which is based the s
ipts of -the post offico at Newber- I
and upon which would be deter- v
Led whether or not we were entit- a
to free delivery, closed oii March a
That seems to be a mistake. The t
al year, as will be seen from the a
owing letter from the first assist- d
postmaster general, to Oongress- n
i Aiken, closes on June 30, and e
.e are still two and onehalf months
ecceipts. The receipts u) to March -
- went soiething over $10,000, in- r,
ling box rents, but if the box rent
AId not be couilted its receipts in J
brmining whether or not we were y
tied to free delivery, the amount I
slightly under $10,000. It would h
n that April, May and June of a
year should exceed the receipts
the same months of last year, but o
tout box rents the margin is very
11, and those who have small stuns <
noney to send away would do well h
se stamps instead of buying mion- e
he followin.g letter was sent to a
nd in Newberry by Congressman o
en, and is published for infornia- ti
AWil 11, 1907.
I. WYItt Aiken.
.\bbeville. South Carolina.
.,rI 1"tter l' thle 6thi instat.qlll
0! to te Sperinitendenlt of thelp
n1f1 h Delivery, relatiVil t41
e-aiihlanen.'it of city delivery
ne. at Now'err. Soith Cart'lilln,.
Iw -4, rv.- : V(141.
1,1w 1." .irv:;P' that the reeit
lo-t- !lice for the preceding fis
v0:1, Oldin-_ June 30th, shall e
il or exceed $10.000 in order to
tie it to the service in question.
postmaster pro'oably confuses '
year with the four quarters end- T
March 31st. which is the year on'
receipts of whieh his salary for o
com1in- fiscal year is fixed.
he receipts at Newberry for the
fiscal year were. as you were in
ned iunder date of February 231.
, only $9.274.41: so that nothing
he done until after the close of
pwesent fiscal year.
F. H1. Hitchcock, n
at Assistant Postmaster General el
Meeting of City Council.
.t a meeting of the council onf.
Anesday night. Mr. John Paysin
was elected special police officer t
the Newberry cotton mill.
committee was appointed at this
e meeting to look into the practi
lity of opening a new street fPom
new court house and coming into
boun street by the Presbyterian (
le city council took no action in ~
matter of electing a health ofi- t
RoT Subject for Congratulation.
young lawyer, not notedl for in
Ience, sueeeeded in having a
nlt acrouitte rd of murder. Me'eting
riend a few days afterward, the ~
ver was5 i.reeted with warm con
Ye'.'' said( the liwyer. mopping '3
browv. ''I 2'ot him off. hnt it was
arcrow escape. ''
A narrow escap)e! Howv? ''
Ah, the tighest squeeze von ever.
.You know I examinedl the wit
~es and miade the argument my
the plea being self defence. The
was ont t wo whole days. Final
he judge called them before him C
asked what the trouble wtas. t
'Only one thing, my lord,' re
d the foreman. 'WVas t.he prison- 'r
couIlnsel retained by him or ap- C
ited by the court?'
'No Lgentlemen, the prisoner is a
i (vf means,' said the judgc, 'andI
agedl his own counsel.'
1 .ould not see what. bearing the
st ion h ad on thle evidence.' ' con- 1
ied t he lawyer ' ' hnt ten niinutes
r' in filed the jury. and what (10 1
think the verdict was?''.
What?7'' asked his friend. t
Why, not guilty on the ground of
mii ty. ''-Memphis Commercial
fr. Rockefeller is going to leave
money b)ehind him when he dies. I
has i-ecently made a wvill to sueli<
'The rail-road men are talking too
sh,'' says Mr. Hill. But if they I
a talking they may have to go .to I
ning their roadA from shieer en-1
.-New Yorkc World.
eederal control for railroads is all
it, according to John D. Rocke
or, hut when it comes to the
ndard Oil Company, that 's anoth
at4.r.-T,oniaviia Post .
A BUO05SU ENTBRP1IB.
locurity, Loal and Investment Com
pany Has Been Well Managed
One of the successful financial in
titutions of Newberry is the Security,
,oan and Investment Company, of
'hich' Col. W. H. Hunt is president
nd Mr. J+mes N. McCaughrin is
3cretary and treasurer. This insti
ation has been in operation only
bout one year, but has paid divi
ends on the stock from the begin- I
ing, and in addition, has aceumulat
I a nice surplus.
At the annual meeting which was
eld a~ few days ago, the present di
)etors were re-electect as follows: I
George S. Mower, D. C. Heyward, I
ohin M. Kinard, 0. B. Mayer, Geo.
r. Summer, Gcorge Y. Hunter, W.
[. Hunt, J. L. Keitt, T. B. Stack
ause, Z F. Wright, S. T. MeCravy
ad C. D. Barksdale.
Ti directors electect the following
W. H. Hunt, president; John M.
ina'rd, vice-president; James N.
WeCaughrin, secretary and treasur- 1
; A. J. Gibson, assistant secretary
The exeettive commirtee consists e
C the president, vice-president, and
ie following directors: 0. B. Mayer,
F. Wright. and George W. Sum
e boarI'd has appointed from tle
ckhhlers tihe folowin: as a com
it tee en v:ilnat ion:
it isf.c v o I .l. A . i A. T.
r own.1tlit Jh H.p \iker :i Javob
Tha a it .111 co itve. -1van<l ili-- ofI
Ik(I .IOl t4 ai IS i'I)o' it.pp
iar--te ho. vauer mod the Y. Mcll i
'Ide its report whibl was entliely
Etisfactory o the hoaerr, ad whiec
.ows that thev vomlpany\ has pwospier
I and has, been,I conser-vativelyian
xed. Fromt Ohis report it 11pipears."
at tie s th e oile stock i's
110 per share, par vatme ina W.
his is a tood showmin') for tie cof
any,\ which is only amot one year;
Enor e County.
Editor Herald and News: nAoree
oty is the bief bopie of coNvesa
ont arouired Whitmire now adays.A
t from Union, Noewberry and Laur
1s is counted onl for the formation of
lis new county and talk dont count
tich and I g&uess if Unlionl and LUtr
AS have fot the backbone of New
rry, Whitmire will have to remain
i Newberry couinty or move out. A
"nty for Whitmire is seemingly pre
iature;, the little townl is still' in,
le woods and hardly known outside
f the county of Newberry. Newber
y has no territory to donate to a
-ild tat experiellt. Up to this time
Vhitmire has hardly been able tio
Olice tpe town and what would she
o with a county. If Whitmire's
Thes couldee grl ater fow lng
'aodit hae bfrete platinton aom
thitm ie muwit cro wilhe acto
The recrme inold weatr eprte
heosonhsrutaden oflantind tha some
snt The lttrough cro swmp, being
litinmere obstacles1, 1907.rpis
d wenoneofHis yoneeids.ait
he haecordere the a eatwent
c ''coulinto re,tae ud very
outy T~ o nd thatuisehumorous.
Asmn oerd ofeniheers, and chargd
f'ool the uucio is rover myta
oli be bialt. Ihog ai swa.mp1bein
negtcohimelf nsitd, used to sur
iounting aerequistionles, wansurping
age whe lieutenantyomadeleutenarit
rhuio in writindered ton take twent.
ong and cross ah swamp aifte feet
Ac 'coudn nto itthereu ws
inc thing.as ah brolnetorderned hi
iona try.re are sm,any ersnd wh
isamn covredwithud, and woaid:
noe' heans a can'tdol.-''asCt
Thes colonel nsiste an tldim
omak allit heutsitiosnotb for thn
roten That lieuteant adeis ref-e
oring hiros midswame fien fullt
neh Ahngles aTime s om nus
ionaly tere re mny prson wh
DINNER TO VETERANS.
rhis Is thd Invitation-Tickets From
Adj. 0. L. $chumpert--Every One
Is Invited to the Dinner.
The Drayton Rutherford Chapte
LT. .D. C., will give a dinner to tli
oterans on May 10th. On account <
ie great difficulty they haye e:
,erienced in getting the names ani
addresses of the veterans, no formi
nvitations will be issued, but the
;ake the medium of the county pi
ers to extend to every member <
he James D. Nance Camp and ever
,eteran residing in the connty a moi
ordial invitation to attend this dii
er. The Daughters will be disal
bointed if all are not present, an
hey ask that each veteran regard
is a duty to inform others of th
low mode of invitation. Din.ner ticl
ussles. If she loses it will not b
te may be obtained from Adjt. 0. 1
Clmmpollert two weeks before the dat
if the dinner or on that day.
The Herald and News has receive
request from Rev. Samuel Nanc
olored, from Wilmington, N. C., fc
he publication o'f 'tihe followin
Wilmington, N. C.
I have been requested to ask Chris
inns to 1joii prayer that God wi
less tle Missiollaries and Evaiing<(
ists in their work. and that he wi
:)l anld inspire me to go forthN wit
idi"s of salvatiol to those wi
ave it !not.
This is a chailn of a t how4an li linkF
r tht it 1ay Not -w brokel.
l eae write ten copies of this witil
tt delay ad pive oil each tle 111111
er1 followit.r this. )o not break th
hainl. Saituel Nanlce.
Love of Sympathy.
Courteous people strive to loo
ileasatit and seeil contented, bi
rho is not prone to speak of the
nisfortines to a sympathetic ear
Plhe greatest caulso of despondente
s ill health. Whenl one feels goo
ill tile world has a rosy hue and o:
linary cares are trifles light as ai
i simple heart-bui-n, a sour stomael
k foul breath, or a coated tongue,
)loated feeling after eating, an mi
>leasant belching of gas, a palpitr
ion of the heart, and poor digestio
kre sufficient annoyances to proi
t sufferer's complaint, but rarel
!onsidered of enough importance i
How foolish -such neglect. Ti
xbove ---mptoms are indications <
me of zhe most .dangerous ills <
nankin '-Catarrh of tie stomach.
he days roll by greater complicatiom
ippear, and a once healthy, happ
;oul is doomed to tihe living tormer
)f chronic dyspepsia.
There is a positive cure for the,
,roubles in Andes' Great Prescril
-ion. It is the speediest correctiv
>f all stomach, liver and kidney di
>rders on the market. It is the me
hvonlderfutl blood .purifier before ti
public. It is a patented remedy b
cause valuable, but its openf formu
is pulblished to thle world on evel
package. Get a bottle and ask yoi
physician if it is good. Ask yoi
dealer, W. E. Pelham and Son, f<
names of local peopYe who have be<
cured. A bottle is sufleient to pro'
its merits. Ite sost btut a dollua
With six bottles for five dollars t1
manufacturers guaranltee to cure
refund the money.
We 'rather admive the equipoise
a woman whlo can see a pin on t
sidewalk and pass right by witho
stooping to pick it up.
ARCITECT AND CONTRACTO
I want to bid on your architect at
contract work, I have tile latest d
signs of all buildings. Address
A. & C. care The Herald and Newt
FOR STOVES COUNTRY HARI
~a.re- anld kitchen utensils, far'
bl)ls, htandledl andl eyed hoes, wa
011 and( huggy material, whiy
iron pipe and fittings anld pain
of every 'description, see Cra
.Suplply Co, Prosperity.
LOST TRUNK-Day of fir'e, lar'
trunlk, flat top. Initials in midtl
of top 11. B. McM. K. Card wvi
nlame Mrs. Jas. L. Kenner'ly taC
ed onl entd. Lib)eral reward if returt
ed to Mrl. Alan Johnstone.
UNIVERSAL COTTON PLAN
..ors, Gantt patternl, only $4.50, ai
.Universaal. Fertilizer Distribute
force feed, whtich also drop cotti
seed, only $5.00. Craig Supr
HICKORY TINBER-I aim payi
h Iighest prices for hickor y .timb
straight and clear of knots 3, 6,
9 feet long measure.
M. B. Davis, at Mrs. Spell's sh
just outside city limits, Newbori
The Local Market.
Meat .... ........ ..... 91-2 to 12
n Hams .. .. .... .... .. 16 to 18
Best N. 0. Molasses .... 60 to 7C
Good M. 0. Molasse .. . 5 to 4'
r, Corn .............. ..... 75
e meal ..75
1 Mixed Chicken Fo.d .... 90
t- Hay ......... ..,..1.35 to 1.50
d 1st Patent Flour .. ....4.40 to 4.75
I 2nd Patent Flour .. .,. ..4.00 to 4.40
y Good Ordinary Flour....9.50 to 4.111,
L- Sugar .... ......... . 1-3
of Rice .. .. ...... ...5to8 1-3
y Coffee Roasted .... .. ..
it Coffee, Green ...... ..10 to 2)
L- Cotton Seed meal 1.40
)- Eggs .. .. .. ....... ... .20
d Poultry.. ........ 100. 1.
t Peas .... .... .... . 17
JAMES K. GILDE2,
O1ce in front room over post ofolf,
vnWBREY. z. c.
d 1 CENTA WORD.
3 No advertisement taken for less
than 25 ceuts.
IKEROSENE OIL 15 cents the gal
lon. We buy .scrap iron. Craig
1 Supply Co., Prosperity.
1 NOTICE TO' THE NEWBERRY
It fire. Losers-I am prepared to fur
nish you shinles aid ceiling, floor
ing and all kinds of rough stuff,
all of yellow heart pine. I also
. wVoIld like to give you a bid on
- your buildin'. 1i use n1othing but
yellow heart pine in my work. All
% work gnrant(.cd. Send- plans to
Box 92, Leesville, S. C.
k - - - -
t THE PING PONG Studio has open
r ed up at Prosperity, S. C.; for one
7 montih only, doing all the latest
y work in photography. 24 photos
d for 25 cents. Cabinets $2.50 the
doz. Those desiring excellent pho
. tos at the very lowest possible
1, prices will do well to give us a
a call. Bring the babies along, they
- like pictures.
n "JOHNNIE" Registered Tennessee
it raised Jack will be for service at
y Newberry Wedin-esdays and Satur
o days at Brown's stables e-nd rest of
tine at my home.
C .J. J. H. Brown.
f FOR RENT-Five rooms in the Wm.
s P. Houseal house, suiteble for a
s family, or we will gladly board
y working anem at reasonable rates.
it Mrs. 0. C. Stewart and
Mrs. E. H. Leslie,
pi 100,000 No. 2. SHINGLES AT 2.25
3- on ground. Guaranteed.
t A. B. Summer,'
e 8t. Chappells, S. C.
a LUMBER FOR BUILDING purposes
y rough or dressed. Prompt delivery.
ir Write M. J. Ham, Prosperity, S. C.
r 4t 2taw.
n GREENWOOD LUMBER and Bob
re bin Mfg. Co.,. Greenwood, S. C.
r. Maunufacturer~s of doors, sash,
IC -Ulinds, flooring, ceiling, mouldings,
>r etc. Mill work a specialty.
BEFORE BU'TING or selling a farm
for any property, wvrite The Carolina
se Realty and Trust Company,
.it Bisbopville, S. C.
R INSURE your homes, your merehan
Ld dise, your farm property, in the
e- reliable agency of John Scott.
s' WANTED-16 or 18 horse power
steam engine and boiler on wheels
Second hand in good fix.
n B. M. Havird,
tf Silver Street.
SFOR SALE-Thirty or forty thious
ig and. feet yellowv ine ceiling and
flooring, ready to put: up, $17.60
per1 thousand. 'feet f. o. b. Leesville,
eS. C. Bill around, framing sized,
lo $1.50 per 1000.
Leesvillo Lumber Co.,
Leesville, S. C.
LOST--LOn Main street on Good Fri
r- day before the fire, a red and white
acoral necklace. -Suitable reward i
rs returned to this office.
ly LOST-During the fire I lost tw
mattresses, two sets of bed sprin
one eloek' and one feather bed. I:
ag any one has found any one of &he
ir, airticles, I will be pleased to ha~
*r them returned.
Eugene S. Worts.
yLUMBER rOR SALE-Ring pho
number 225-2 rings. B. B. Leitzs~