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'The Movements of Many People
Wewberrians and Those . Who
Mr. Claude Schmlipert will be with
'Mayes Book Store after the first of
:May and will be pleased to have his
friends call to see him.
A new lodge of Independent Ordei
,--of Odd Felows will be, instituted to
night at Chappells. There are twen
ty-three charter members and th<
'lodge will start off under very favor.
..able circumstances. It was througli
'the efforts of Mr. S. G. Carter thal
.'this lodge was gotten up.
The post office at Garys on the C.
N. & L. will be discontinued after the
31st of May, inasmuch as this coin.
mumity is served by free delivery
Messrs F. P. Devoe and A. T. Dick
vrt have pIicliased motor cycle.s
e<quipped for free delivery. Tle.
nl1ade their first trip with them yes
'Mr. .11d Mrs. r. C. Pool left or
'Sunday fol' Albbeville to attend the
"flieral of hier. nephew, Mr. Len
Dr. G. R. Harding has sutffleiently
iml)roved to resume his work and will
be in his olice at Newberry on Mon
layv, Friday anlid Saturday.
Mr. F. C. Cain, edit.or of the St.
Matthews Commercial Advance, wa1
in Newherry on Saturday, having
wome to aftend tile game betweeu
NewherrY anld Clemisonl.
The j0dies' Aid society of the
Churbcl of the Redeemer will mcel
with Mrs. Lucy B. Younn. this -after.
mooni at 5 o'clock.
Capt. J. W. G'ary, of Kinards
was in the city one day last week.
Dr. W. L. Adden, left on Frida.
Tor Mullins, S. C., where he has gon
Mr. Luther Hill, of Washington, i,
visiting his larents, Mr. and Mrs
"William A. Hill.
Miss Martha Johnstone was iiT\ti<
rcity on Satur(lay.
Mr. and Mrs. H1. A. Copeland, aftei
-visitin." Mrs. S. B. Jmies, have I
1,urned to th'ir home in Columbia.
Mr. Orraham Siitlh spent Saturda:
'l the city.
Mr. Robert Holmes spent Saturda:
-and Sunday in the city.
Mr. Harry Robertson, of Charles
ton, is visiting Mr. James N. Mc
Ca ugh rini.
A1r. Henry Spearman was in th
leit% In Saturday.
Mrl. -Thadl W. Colem-an, of Whit
mire, spent Sulay in Newberry
Mrs. Burri Johnstone, of Clemson
-spent a few days with relatives 1]
Newberry last week.
Mr. J. S. Renwick returned frou
Spartanlurg on Suinday, where h
has been attending the Festival.
Mr. William Coleman, of the Phil
'lipine Isla'nds, is visiting Mrs. Dell.
Mr. A. C. Jones was in the cit;
Mr. T. B. Perry has been appoint
ead constable at Chappells, and wil
work in iNewberry and Salmuda coun
ties. IIis salary and expenI5s are ti
be paid by t.he countties t ogeth1er il
.prIopor'tion to the amounti of worl
he does in each.
Some one said( yesterdlay that soi
ceat birds were seen in the comumun
ity, and their appearance was an as5
.-surance that there would be no0 mifl
'The mayor' had eleven negroe
eharged before him yesterday morn
ing with gamnbling. Four' of then
were absent, And the orners cithe
plead guilt.y or were convicted an<
paid an aggregate fine or $60.00.
Mirs. E. C. Jones has returned froni
iMrs. James Hlollingswo:rth, a.ftd~
disiting relatives in the city, has re
~turned to her home in August,a.
Mr'. Thomas Holloway is in th
* ~ At the residence of tihe p)astor, Rei
* L. 1B. White, on Saturday evenin
Mr.. Pope Tompkins and Miss Mal
tie Simms, both of West End.
MINIATURE STOVE AWARDEI
2fliss lIula Bessie Whitney the Sun
ec'ssful! Contestant-Award Made
The contest for the beautiful mini
atur'e Buel< stove, which was to 1
- iven by Shelley and Summer tos tI
lhittle girl who would 'draw tilebe
;representation of the -trade mar
closed on Saturday morning, and tI
vaard 'was made. The successf
'ontestant wvas Lula B3essie Whit.no
of Blairs. The judges who made tI
award were' Misses Geneveive Boo
eor, Gertrude Simpson and Agnes Sur
Petitions Were Turned Over'to Sup
ervisor Yesterday-About Nine
The petitions which have been re
ceived from various parts of the
county asking for i election under
the Carey-Cothran law, on the ques
tion of dispensary or no dispensary
in this county, were presented to 'Su
pervisor Wicker yesterday afternoon.
They contained the' names of about
nine hundred o the qualifiod eleq.
tors of the countl Some of the petf
tions which have been circulated are
expected to be sent to Newberry to
day, and will also be turned over to
the supervisor. The time for filing
the petitions expires at midnight to
The books of the supervisors of
-registation show a total of 3,15.0
nan, of which number many will
be stricken off, some having died,
others having been transferred, and
others having' moved out of the coun
The law iv regard to this county
requires that in order to hold the
election the petitions shall be signed
by one-fourth of -the qualified elec
tors, and that the election may be
ordered by the supervisor, to be held
at any time during this year. Tt
seems certain now that the required
number of naies have been sectred,
and that the matter is now withli the
Death of "Si" Basch.
Sahifanah, Ga,, Aipril 28.-/'Si'
Basch, well known throughout Geor
gia, South Carolina and other states
in the South, died here this morning
after a lingeritng illness of Bright's
disease. He was 55 years old. Basch.
was formerly well known as a detec
tive. H'e was for many years con
nected with the Central railway as
special agent and subsequently was
engaged in private detective w ork. He
leaves a widow, who was Miss Pur
eall of Autigsta.-Thc State.
Mr. l3:1-el was a brother-in-law of
Postmaster C. J. Pm-eell, of Newber
. ry. Mr. Ptureell wint to Savannah
Federation Woman's Clubs.
The State Federation of Women's
Clubs meets in Orangeburg this
The following are the delegates
from New-berry county:
Newberry--Mesdanies C. ). Weeks,
R. D). wri.ght. 1". R. Hun1ter, James
_ MeIntosli. T. c. P)ool, Pauline- Hol
Ind, Walter Spearman, Miss Jeanne
Prosperity-Alliss a.lchie Kibler,
Mrs. ;. Y. iunter.
3 Important Meeting.
ll Bachelor Maids will have an
.. important meeting this afternoon at
the Chamber of Commerce rooms at
5 o'clock. It is very important' that
every member attend this meeti-ng.
After Three Years.
Pierce Suber has been lodged in
-the Newberry jail, charged iv'ithi as
sault and bat tery~ wvith intent to kill.
The warrant was sworn ont by B.
B. Sloan, upon whom it is alleged the
assault was c'ommiitted, aFbout three
-Sheriff Buford finally located Su
- her in Chester county, and at Sheriff
Buford 's request, lie was arrested by
tIhe sheriff of t hat county and hlcd
until Sheriff Buford went to Chester.
Thsafternoon at 6 o'clock at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Caughman, of Saluda
county, Mr. John T. Hutchinson, of
Newberry, anid Miss Jessie Caugh
mian, w:ill be married.
Owving to a recent death in the
Sfamily tIhe marriage will be0 a
qluiet onue. Mr. Huitchinson is no0w
living in Union and is a most excel
lent busi.ness man, having served in
Newberry when lie was in business
here as a memb)er of city council.
- Miss Canghman is a daughter of
Mi'. J. C. Caughuman, whuo was for a
iiumber (of years treasurer of Edge.
field1 and Saluda counties. She is al
so a sister of Mr's. Thomas S. Sease
Dr. I. E. Crimm Here.
Dr. I. E. Crimxm, the wvell known eyc
ispecialist, who has '.been coming t<
~e Newbecrry foi' the last six years aiil
eO is so favorably knowvn, will be ir
it New'bmrry until next Tuesday, May
0 Those who want the services of
ilskillful eye sight specialist ough,t 110
to miss the opportunity to call on Dr
Crimm and have their eyes examin
~ed. His omeie is over the expresi
offee with Dr'. T. WV. Snith.
FOR MEMORIAL DAY.
Committees Appointed-Address by
Rev. John, Kershaw-Dinner rroe
In this connection Tihe Herald ad
News prints the list of committees
for Memorial day. This matter has
'been in the hands of the members
of the Drayton Rutlherford Ciapte'r,
U. D. C., but only to take charge and
ntake arrangements. The members
of the Chapter expect and will be
.glad to have the co-operation of al
t.he ladies of the city.
Tlhis is a loving tribute, which ev
ery one should feel interested in
paying to those soldiers of the Lost
Cause, who have passed into the
great beyond. The address will be
n-jade by the Rev. Jol Kerslipw,
and after the exercises at the opera
house, the committecs, -A.2tlinled be
low, will take charge of the decora
Mrs. J. A Burton, chairman; Mes
daies Y. J. Pope, James McIntosh,
W. Y. Fair, Fan.nie Fant, J. P. Ma
lion, George Johnstone, W. K. Sligh,
J. D. Davenport, G. W. Hollond, A.
C. Jones, S. B. Aull, J H. West, C. J.
Pureell, Fannie Marlin, B. M. Dennis,
C. B. Martin,, P. G. Ellisor, Wl. H1.
WNallace, 11. Y. Levell, Prank MIfooin,
Tabor Hill, John Wicker, E. E. Vil
liamllsonl, EIla Boyd, .John o 1m,
.'. Welli,l W. C. swit-telberg,
VaI 8Smithl, David Lh1n-.ford, AMaII
-Johnllstone, T. M. Lake, .J. 11. Walton;
Misses Sallie Barre, Sue Jones, Nora
Long, Bessie Carlisle, Bessic Sehtiun
pert, Genevieve Evans, lucy Speers;
Messrs. Frank Bynum, William Me
Fall, Z. F. Wright.
The chairnian of this committee
requests that each member of it pro
vide at least two decorations for the
soldiers graves in Rosemont, and that
tihe entire committee meet her in the
pavilliom at the cemetery iminediate
ly after the public memorial exercises.
She will also state that if any one in
town wishing to senld decorations an(]
laeking conveyance will notify her
(r Mrs. Pope. a wa.goln will he sent
Mrs. 0. L. Schumpert, chairnan;
Mesdames E. M. Evauls, A. J. Lang
ford, Herma.n Wrignt, L. W. Floyd,
0. B. Mayer, T. C. Pool, J. F. J.
Oaldwell, S. J. Wooten, S. J. Der
rick, W. T Tarrant, J. K. Gilder, L
1-. Hlunt, M. B. Chalmers, Williamn
crolmer, Walter Spearlman Misses
Lizzie elriffinl, Ola Wilson, 11'inby.
Holloway, Harriet Leavell, Ida Lnwg
ford. Agnies Summer, Eugeinie Su
mer, Blanche Davidson, Lucile \Vil
son; Messrs. Jolin T. Maes, W. A.
Stinekey, James N. McCau.:hrin. Pope
The chairman of this committee re
quests thiat each member of it meet
her at thme ground floor porch of the(
court house Thursday morning~ at 10
o'clock, May 9.
Opera House Committee.
Mr's. C. A. Bowvlman, chairman;
Mesdames W. Fi. Ewart, R. D. Smith
Edward R.. Hipp), Lamibert Jonmes, B.
LR. Martin, Fr'ank Hunter, F. Z. Wil
son, MI. L. Spearman, Henry Parr
Misses Lois Fant, Anita D)avidson
JTeannie Pelham., Saumah Pope. LuiC
McCaughrin, Laura Bowman; Messrs
Foster' Marutin. Fred Dominick.
The chairman of this comnmuittel
asks that each member meet her atu
the opera house at 4 o'clock Thurs
day, May 9.
Village Graveyard Committee.
Mrs. E. H. Aull, chairman: Mes
dames Mary F. Wright, A. P. Pifer
J. WV. Chappell; Misses Effie Grillin
'All of this committee is asked te
meet the chairman- at the villagt
graveyard immediately after publ i
exercise bringing decorations with
Crozier Monument Committee.
M~rs. WVilliami Johmnsoni, ehairmitan
Mesdames E.L C. Jonmes, 0. C. Stewart
WV. HI. Carwile; Misses Vinnie Ma'
Wilson, Douschka Martin.
All of this committee is asked t<
meet with Rlosemont cemetery comn
mit tee, providing at least one dceor'a
West End Cemetery..
Mrs. ,Job Hiughey, chairman ; Mes
dames Susie M. Tompkins, Clif
Alewine, Bettie White.
This committee will provide decor
ations~ for the graves at West Eni
cemetery, meeting at the home o
0one of the members.
Mr's. Lalla Simmons, chairman
Mesdames T. J. McCrary, J. M. Kim
ard; Misses Salho Johnstone, Fanni
This committee will provide decom
a tione for Johnston e gr'aveyari
meeting at the graveyard.
The tongue of a flatterer either hi
a fool back of it or one in front of il
GIANTS AND GRASSHOPPERS
Dr. Oromer Speaks of the MoneN
Giant and the Drink Giant and
of the Grasshoppers.
''0liants and Grassloppers' ' wa
tihe subject, of tin earnest a
thoughtfli address by Dr. George B
Cromer, in the West End Ba)tis
church, on Sunday evening. Th
congregation completely filled th
church and Dr. Cromer was hear,
with inarked attention. After pray
er by tle Rev. Mr. Miller, Dr. Croi
er was i!:;troduced by the pastor, th
Rev. L. B. White.
In his address Dr. Cromer discuss
ed the money giant and the liquo
giant, and their great power fo
evil. He wanted the men to vote ai
tihe Ivomlienl pray.
In be-intninl.1 Ili.s address Dr. ('1r0111
er spok of tle Jewisit race, and ti
wt nderfu'l story of (Tod's dealiii
wit it. that out of it he ii
bring forti the per'ect man, lie Sa
vior. Ile pictured God's cliosen pec
ple in siuit, of the Promised Lanio
and the sending of the t. tive chief
to spy out the land, and the retun
of two, Caleb and Joshua, with
favorable report, an1d of the othe
ten witi an tin favorable report, tell
init of tile giants they had seen am
that the land ate Ip its inhhabitanlt:
and 'th at tlhiey were bit as. rasshio
pers iml copliar"l-isonl with ('lie "iaint
the h-ovI seenl. flv tiold of thle sulbse
me1NIt for11ty ye ar w\anider-ingl'.
("od's people in le wId'less, an
how of all tese who had beeni e
(ap'ewd inl si1t of tlie Promise
La!:,d only Caleb and Josliua siii\
ed to enter. There was no more he
oie ti,ure in history he said, thia
Caleb, who, after forty years of wau
deriing with his people, demande
that he be.Allowed to march agaimF
the gian.ts, as he would have do
forty years before.
There are giants in these day
said Dr. Croimer. The simple sti
oI the Bibje was a symbol. -EgyI
Witli its bonldag.e was sin with i
bolage. and Cavaranl was tle sPir
twil land of promiso. The wilde
1'Iess lying bet woen hIle said was t[
wilderiess of sineth1rough which v
pilgriis Were traveling as we jou1
neyed to the spiritual Canaan.
Dr. Cromer spoke of the 111011
giant, and his power. Gamblei
wihether with cards or with stoel
and )onds, were his slaves, and tl
coal balrons and tile oil barois al
the railroad 111ronls were his chlief
Tii -'ant told tile youn1 men to n
mioney-honestly if they col., b
to gIet money. HeI would eurndle ti
milk of hua id sinl every hl
man beiin, an11d his throne was im0
ey ha-. Ie was nlot speakin auain
all corporations or all combin
wealtI but lie was speakiiz of - th
money giant who siatched the bre:
from the mouths of hiiugry childri
and placed a heavy tax on everythii
from the cradle to the coflin. WI
were we sendling againist him. TI
s,tates sent up their represent at iv
and tiheir senators, anid in his ey'
they were as grasshoppers. is maif
im wvas that every ma:n had his priic
and lie tried to bribe legislatures ax
congresses, andl too oft en in indii
dual cases he succeeded. lie mu
lhe control led. WVealthIi must not
(lestrntoe. hbut thle money niant mn
beC cointrolled. We needed to set
a4.ainst him mien like ,Jerome.
Newi York. Folk, of Missoii
Hughes, of New York, and lloos
vel t, of Washington.
Aniot her gianit wvas the drit
gianit. iHe was a liar,. a demoni wi
gloated over the wreek of hum2
lives and humani homes. This g.ia
toldl the young men they couldl di
and then let it alone, lie was ali
Ini his eyes that young man wvas
grasshopper. lHe wias a dlemion wil
d oelighted in blighted homes, ini t
Ier ofi' wi vidowvs and It eiries of o
pihiz:s. !Ie would.hbreak up the ye
fIoundaht ion oif soie(ty. Somieboi
had soaid th at meni oughi to0 vote
thiey pra~yed. No. Men did niot pr
eniough. The meni Wno wvanited
fight the drink evil and all oft
d evils t hat debauched thle lion
ought to vote as thle wiomen prafye(
In conc(luinig his addrness T
C'rome r sa id Itha-t thle on ly rul e
-~l iw'hi I o' ettle the qu1iest ions of1 Mn
- cy, L abor, TemperaniO1ce, anid su
f quest ioins, was thle Gioldeni lule. Al
go furthier, lie said, and apply I
- Golden Ru tle to the boys: Do uin
1the b)oys of others as you wiould ha
fthem (10 un-to your boys.
The D rayton Runtherford Chapt
U. D). C. will meet with Mirs. .Jaii
Mc'intoshi next 'Monday afteirnoon
4 o'clock instead of Tuesday. T
p)residlent uriges that all c'ommhiitt<
on the v'eter'an dinner be0 ready to 1
port at this meeting.
NEWBERRY'S FIRST DEFEAT.
Local Tcam Went Down Before The
Olemson Tigers on Saturday
i Newberry college oil Saturday af
I ternoon sustained her first defeat On
the diamoid this season, going down
L before Clemson by a score of 5 to 1.
It Iias beei generally coiiceded that
3 Newberry has the strongest team inl
I South Carolina college circles, and
- the gatme was I disappointment to
- the large Crowd of people who wit
3 nessed it. Newberry's defeat was
proba,bly due more than to qll else
- to the hard work the day before inl
r Spartainmrg, where Newberry de
r fented Wofford by a score of 5 to' 4,
jand the tiresome trip home after
wnts. Crouch was hanpered by a
weak arml. anid the ientire team )ap
peared to be ra-lged out.
Bobertsol pitchled ood rame for
Clemlion, anld hudad support.
'lle gaime still leaves Newberry
far in the lead for the ellampioislip,
and local enthusiasts have no doubt
that she will land the penniant.
Following is the score by in.nings
of Saturday's game.
Clemson.. ....002 003 000-5 7 1
Nowherry .. .. 000 100 000-1 5 4
Batteries: Newberry. Crouch and
cabanliss; (lenison. Robertson and
Wylie. Two-base hits. Lybkes. Roert
sn : three-base bits. Seurry hase on
r halls. by.\ Crouch 3. by Robertson 3.
Mr. '.dItor: Will you please allow
le space in your valuable paper to
express iiy heartfelt thanks to all
mly frienlds and neighbprs for their
ifiori kidness towards me and
family during a long continued sick
- ness. Four of my family were down
. at one time with pneumo.iia and dur
e , -
ing the long spell of sickness my
neighbors responded to every call,
' nd were ready and willing to do all
in their power to alleviate the suf
it ei of my siek wife aii( ehildren.
. le doctors whi) atteinded my family
were iinug inl their efforts and I
take this me-s of thliiking theil
1411 wh-ile tihey lid all they could,
edeath Claiiied Ole of the family aF
its vi(til, our oldest boy, D. C. It
looked at 1ine thie that a kind prOv
Y. idenee wouldl spare them all and re
s, store tlem,i to health but God willel
s otherwise. While there is a vacani
e chair, mIay we ever feel that God
d loeth all thin-gs well and may we say
- ( wd's will be done not ouis. Clod for
t bid that I should ever forzet th<
it kindes (f riends an id ne i ihhon
le and mav the )essinp and onIIties:
L-f (Od always follow thei is m
' . N. lBoozeir.
it Fairview and Eastside.
id Yesterday was a -ood day with m
'n at lairview and Eastside churches
Ig At eachl .placlte twenlty-five dlollan~
0was raised in cash for the Foreigr
ie Board of Missions. This wvas nobl<
'ywe think wmhen we conisider the nu
es merical strength, and the fact that
C- othier objects arc supported also.
C, All my churches are doing well iin
- I have .just learnied t hat miy church
ses will send mc to thle eon veintion at
iC iichmiionid. Thiis to(kenl of k indlness ip
st acept ed1 with sincr g(C' rat it uide h.
du lieir pastor,i andi( maikes mew desirie t
3serve them vet more faithfu tlly.
'A pril 29, 1907. B. P. Mlitchlell
k Married at the home (if thle olliciat
0 ing~ minister Rev. B. P. Mitehell Sun
n (lay at 5 p. mn., April 28, Mr. C. W
it Price and Miss Ida Millead of th<
k -M Wohon Mills. The happy coup)l
r. goes to Columbia to visit friends foi
a a few days. They will returnl to Newv
10 herry and reside.
Returns to Batesburg.
. Miss Triannyve Fuhner. who t augh i
ly the t ranwood school live and one
ihalf ilesC west of ithe city durin.t
7 thle session wvihi (closed oin Fridam
to last, left. on Sat urday for her homi
Snear Ratesburg. Miss Fuilmer, be
- teachier, is arn attractivle aiid accom
r. plishied youngt lady and( her marn
>y' fiends( were sorriy to .see lier leave
ni- lhiey lhope, hiowever, onat shiel may
ch clme latck to thIem in the fahIlich
1id school open'ts again.
to FoR SALE--Two mules. ..
ye 41. S. J. K(ohn.
All persons arc hereby warned no
to tr'espass upon01 the lands of' B. II
Sloan and also the lands worked h:
aH. Bi. Sloan in NO. I Township plo(w
in lg and turni.ng on the same b
hunt ing (lr by .piermiitting. horses
, cows or hogs to run at large or ii
aiiy mannier whatsoever ulnder peinal
ty of the law.
B. BI. Sloan.
April 27, 1907. 21
The Local Market.
Meat .... .. to 12
Hams .. .. .... ... .. 10 to 18
Best Lard 13
Best N. 0. Molasses ......60 to 70
Good M..O. Molasses .. .. 35 to 40
Corn .. .... ----.--.---- .80
Moat .. .. .. .. .... .. .. 75 to so
Mixed Chicken Food ....
Hay ..............1.35 to 1.50
Ist Patent Flour ......4.50 to 5.40
2nd Patent Flour ......4.00 to 4.40
Good Ordinary Flour ... .3.60 to 4.00
Sugar ....5........ ...5 1-2
Rice .. .. ......8....5t08 1-3
Coffee Roasted .... .. .. . 15
Coffee, Green ........ 10 to 20
Cotton Seed meal ...... 1.40
Eggs .............. 20
Poultry ..1........ 10. . lb.
Peas .. .. .. ... . ........ 2.00
JAMES K. GILDER,
Office in front room over post office.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
No advertisement taken for les:
than 25 ceuts.
LOST-Between my home and the'.
residence of Mr. S. B. Jones late
Sunday afternoon four pieces of
churchoi linen, eioidered n maltese
(l'osses, oe a lo scarf with emi
br-oidered cross ,and crown o
thornis. If returned .to me' suitabi
reward will be paid.
Mrs. P. E. Scott.
WANTED-Manager for New Bran.
of our business here in Newberr
C. H. Write promptly, with r&
fereices. The Morris Wholesale -j
House, Cinvinnat.i, Ohio.
LOST-Two sinali pigs seven weeks
old. One short. tail black pig and
black spotted pig. Annie Porter at
S. P'. cr-otwell's.
''WE WISH to advise contractors,
builders, and owners that we have
good bri;k for pIroinpt shipment.
Our capacity is thirty-five to forty
thoiisaind per day. Sumt.r Brick
Works, Sumter, S. U.''
NOTICE TO THE NEWBERRY
fire. Losers-I am prepared to fur
nish you shingles and ceiling, floor
ing ald all kin-ds of rough stuffy
all of yellow heat pine. I also
would like to give you a bid on
y uilr hiin". I use nothing but
yelh>w heart pin1 in my work. All
work guarantoed. Send plans to
Box 92, Leesville, S. C.
WANTED--Our eustomers to knipy
that we are again open for busin is
at our same old stand with a el 4n
new stock of fresh groceries. Phojie
uis your orders, Phone 205. 1
1m. Hayes & Co.
LUMBER FOR BUILDING purpse
roughb or dressed. PrompIt deClivermv.
Write M. J1. H1am, Prosperity. S. C.
GREENWOOD LUMBER and lBob
bin Mfg. Co.,. Greenwood, S. C.
Manufacturers of doors, sash,
blinids, flooring, eeilinig, mfouildings,
etc.-Mill work a specialty.
BEFORE BUYING or selling a farm
or any property, write The~ Carolina
Realty and Trust Company,
tf 2taw.Bishopville, S. C.
FOR SALE-Thirty'or fomty thou
and feet yellow pine ceiling a'
flooring~, ready to put uip, $17~
per1 thousand feet f. o. b. Leesv~
S. C. Bill around, framing si
Leesville Lumber Co.,YI'4
ARCHITECT AND CONTRACt
Iwant to bidl on your architect -
contract work. I have the hates
signs of all buildings. Addre o
A. & C. care The Herald and }
We ivill take Cottonm Seed
change for our High Gared (~ti
Seed Meal or Hulls, or for ens
til May 15th. (~'i
Little Mountain Oil Mill an
FARROW'S BARBER SB
temporarily located 'upsta ir
- the C. & G. S. Mower Corn -
store on Maimr street. We
) fully ask a share of your
. age. 'e