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The Movements of Many People
Newberrians and Those Who
Ai...K. Valle. attendled the reC-;
uionin in ('olumbia on Wed.sday.I
Ir. G.1F. 'Wearn spnit several dayS
MIr. 11. T. Ienwick weit to 'o-,
1ili on We.lnesday for a fewx\ da.
Ili' s 1t.'s GilderI left on wednesdA'
for New Yori. where she will spend
S1V(1I weeks withl her sister. iss
Irs. I'evY N 11n11 anld Nliiss Ilnlie
Hn 'llet ITsday in ('olhibin.
M r. : 1 11i I-. (. .1. lUret'll sp t
W,edn' es layi N in C'olumllbia.
Mr. .1 l. . i' Va:lt. of W hitmir,t 1
Iuv l niel. a:: nO
be .i n'ei 3red n(hretn
NI . C. lraee. woII has been al
t ::in the Nleslical eollege in N.1sh
v le. Tenn.. has returned hom e.
There will he service in the .piseo
11.! chort-h net N"1 ay11 moI ng.
Sern i, . 1t 11 o'l !k h\ 1ev. W . I.
nder and thei adiitailn of
.o -iom- 'lia.
-ie i l m ch improvei anld Ni lii. 1IZ_
7.e n"Ill rtur I"t ' h rSvchool at C'edar
Ilir. Gi. i. 11adin. who i, giv ingz
'I PanoramUlite VIeW 'It' :he Thaw 1rial
ill Colilibia. will he in Ne ber
eti c ek Tllw who wit t,steIhe
VieWs inl Columllbia spe.1k very hiI,_hlY
Te chiie' I elice at the F.pis
cpaiChih-h last It II attnllooln
was 1:lile Illore 1 Inte ZtII' hy .l11 ap
pri"priate .1,dIress liY a well-kiown
kil'-wnl leader In the Mllodist Ellis-,
Copial ('hunI-h. Soutl.d l r. . .1 1.
Nli-s lollie P'. (leland. of No. 6
'Towiisipil) who has just grauiateld at
Lanideri c'ollege,C has rtutrnedI homie.
D1r. George 11. Cromer. of NIewber
I, vwill deliver the Alemioria! aldress
a I I \en It 1 i t h I Ie 0 IIt may
etllll usi, Il t hat Il Gr eeII wod a td
SurrI'ound 111In count Iry wil be (ch'armIled
with Nv\wh(-rry' k-h,141entl s a.- aur
lirvey 'abanis. the Newherry!
cOlle--e vatcher, will phi v with Spar
t-allnr thlis- seasoln, It is und1(erslood.
''ah' is onie oif the best t0olt-lere
tigis nowi aot.40 o hsya'
Shady Grove School.
Th e Sh:a lv (Grove schoo41 01 anht hiv
NI iss ( ':wrye I A' I e liford clo' e Fri
thy :NI ,he- hatii adie t' eieniti
iblie event.'a 'i~t by : l ieni i'V :bWel
l Brodghtir n W1re. j Wtant-e
r la nce of' a Air.l1 . iaili Nib is, ..r
Sler jii ,u r "lal e nllalf r'.oI ew)n
lford he ls fIn hea shoone eoe
laer-14!ofte sooiii, ut haver: too
le toat do gi. aThi .l.art a sollre
ofti nl)elhiahure biid are led war
'wartd to wIta iles eo10iit y!.!lie' ex
poratinei. lire weassur aed tha.
Nwl rryn ll otite ''wa tir
ies paro puze wih ots the co,nty
ha1'etan h a s~ot-,u
Siff udert gv Nuw yorber wane
orid. bohose ebaredy'h. h ure
Moun vie. nderWsh r 10 CentC.
You.:eha, ben Hvi in Nuberr
THB UNION STATION.
To Be Opened About the First of
June-A Suggestion as to Hand
P'resident 'hilds says hat he will
havo his 111mblrella sheds at tle ui
i ,tation jist as sotn as he canl
.ee the miate1rial. T!at arvraim'enit'ls
Iave alretady lieen made h wlich the
union salioll will take et'vt'et ahout
the first ot' dhlue wiith tle uinion tivk
et a.ent as stated inl ''he lHerald
a1id News. Ile expets by tha11t tii e
10 le usi the lew track and Ires
it, as the limiln lineo and will toar
wa hIle old I 'e-1t or tile .reater
part ion tf it.
I0 sevlls tIhat arra:Itelneuis might
.' made1.t with [ ie '.. N. & L.. t(i build
a 44al hin under hit I restl w by whith
he oluissoil'rsofpublike W01*ks.
"tn'ivnr tieir cal bV lutilling" a
rainway11 rOlItrostlie It, [Ile POW
V'r 1,a n!-V I It n1 1he notessit y of
d'. in- i I tir,l th le dep 1ot . Cars old
!ie 11111 oil oi the lit o t i lie t restde
anidtI thie otla stortd IIndttrieath and
loatlil ill ti iraiwav ears at .i grtit
ti t' O time ailkd exollse. Arrallge
ments euld also be matde hy which
00.11 eould hle un11tadedt frm thle
Smillit'r1 just as well as from tihe
C.. N. & I.. This is only a su.'es
I il ha It !et-Is t1ila it mii11 t he
I dna uit. It is
Iit'll. WV I
is 1. e Vid o tti t' i u I which is
aronl lire at every raini. 1le Ima
alrevatly tole o'nsitlerable macad1a iZ
inl- and has plaoo(d a:> order for sev
e3ral more ears of -ravol. When this \
work isinislhed ai and t It. umbrella
sels are pilt tp. fhle emntlition at
tIhe assen er de-pot will le much e
hetter thllan it is n'w,
it is un.1e1ttl tat the union1
: 31ke o aent \%il! take harge on the
lin.t. or l hu fille first .11111ne, ali'l
as alreadv stated. Mr. Rohinson has
hIt app"inted to that position.
Presilent C hillis for tie prosellt
will not dI any thiiz towards the
rti601n Of a 'ulve't unter the track
at the creek. and The Herald and
News would like to suztest again the
advisaiility of ret'omending to the
railroads to build a span or bridge
atlr'oss the creek so as to permit tIle
elleof a street 11nderneath I t(e
iraik at this point. Tt would t,he a
r Wt conve ienee to pteople who live
inI the west side of the railroad. and
wto11ld permit them to eome on thiis
ile without havin to Ias; over a
:rade ero'ssink. City emuncil Iome
ile il i lad S (ll a proposititll tll
lier t' COsiderat ion.
Rutherford School. . .v
Editor Heral anti News: Thiere3
tvill be a picnie in tIle grove opposite l'
Mr'. J1. P. Wtmiker's residence. thev
"lvenith inst., entte'. up by the pat- It
rons 'f Rumt hertfordi scho ol. Mr. ,J. B. j
) Neall Hollowvay andl others will ad-l- L
Irtess the chiltdren on appropriate sub- (
eet'-. We ho.pe foru full attendance of ri
l-ni . kr*.. i:. te afternar ''~lTe pub
ie i\ vrda invit'I t.i come an
Livitatin i- extendled t' vou. Mr.
To Deliver Address. K
tHin. .1. Ii app',jelmani. ''f 4iharles
*an. has are'ep ted the inv~*it at ion from
he litera~ry so cieties (if Newberry'
o'lle2e til deliver al annulial addltress h
it tIhe c'ommienlcemient ini June.
Mr. (Cappelnman in a ptromiinti u
m -rvd is outya hel'a
News of Little Mountain. a
wvill he hai ''n l-'rior
o ' lo'Ictk withI a'.: ad'1d's'. on the
1l1i1h Schoo'tl sub,ject by HIon. 0. B. j
Mart in. foillowed by the commence- t
mienit orator Congressman A. F. Lev
The evei.:7.e exercise will begin at
S.15 o'cloc'k which consists of recita
tions. diaIo:rues, tableaus and drills
by the students. The public is cor
How is y'our kitchen to day? We
sell everythinig in glass, croekery,
china, tinwaire, woodenware, hard
ware, 'and eniamelwarb.
Andersan 10 Cn Co.
HEAVY WIND AND 'pAIN.
Several Buildings B1on Down ai
Many Trees Uprooted-Storm
There was a1conSiderable -wi.: dI all
raint Storm inl Certain sectiotns
Newhery on Wednesday afternot
No seritos damage has been r'i'k
d 'roi aty seetiin, but out in i
Mildtenh1all comnittY Mr. .1. 1
l)ennis had a portion of his bart rot
blown ot't and a bugy house onl M
1. R. Ividsonl's place was blow
lown, and tihe new dwelling. whit
Urs. 1l-'la M. )errick is erecting. wi
)lown down1. She lives just fo
nliles south of Newt>erry, and th
r'liale of he uhililding was.up and ill
ve.jther. hoard'(ing onti but (he rot
lad iot yet been put on.
The wind blew ver.y strong in Nt-%
>r'1ry a1so. Two or three largo trec
ear' Mr. F. N. Marin's residen1ke an
it Caliotin street were blown dow
mld there -was probably some otlit
lamage. It is also learned that a bar
It Mr. 1lamt Bobb's place about thrt
iiles east of Newberry, was destro
It was also learned that a sma
OUst Onl Mr. C. A. Blair's plaie wa
4ownl down as were several hail
rees in Mr. 1). C. ;ivinlgston yarl
I Dend Fall. Mr. MCD. SIi'h
arn near bhenezer was blown awa
nd while he had several mie'1
he stalie. none of them wa injm
PETITIONS ALL IN.
13 Names Asking Election On Dit
pensary-Election Probably in
Spevistr .1. M. Wicker state tha
there are S13 names on the pe:ition
clich have heenl filed at his ollit.
sking for In. eleetion (n the diAper
aIW. He has not yet had time t
xamine the lists and to compart thei
:'ioh tih' registrAtion hooks to -se i
bey ar-0all q(ualitfied electors. lio wi
.e ample opportuinlity to attv:nd 1
his natter inasmuhe as it is nw: pro
posed to ordter the election unt:
')me timl1te in August probably. It i
stinitaed that there ae probabl;
400 qualified electors in the ecount
Id that 600 signers to the petitior
'ho are qualified eletors, .would b
urlieient for him to order. the elet
ion. There seems little doubt tha
here will he A-n election this year' o
lie question of voting a county di
ensary itt New'berrv under the pr
isions of the Carty-Cothran Ac
V'hat the result of the election wi
e (if coulrse nio One knowN\.
Picnic at Pressly School.
Owin- t to tle un1avoidable circuitl
anees the joint pienic 4-f the Press
hy s'hool and the Mt. Pleasant schoo
-hieh w'as to have taken place o'
fay 4th, was called oft'. The Press
y school w'ill celebr'ate it s closin
'ith a big picnie on May 18th, i
be nrove at John A. Cromter's ol
latce. On this occasion. there will b
ddi esses by Col. E. H. Aull, J. F
''Neal! Holloway and Cole L. Bleast
you' appropriate subjects. Ever.s
ro.1 is jivited to be precsent.
Iha-.'ball -.mme in the aft'tr'nooni.
Our Short Hand Man.
Mr'. 'Jno. K. Aull, oft N('wherr'~, on
''ti St io&otraphe'r. is aLtsuni amnonig
" a season with hilis r'apjid hatt
le - n. dash o1ff short and p)lay o:
typewr'iter' like lightniung otn
unrch of teeraph wires. 'lThen he en
-rite ''like his father.'' C'oh. Elbet
I. Aull, editor of the Herald an
o(ws. Some~Lhow~ we wold like t
are .Jno. K. live in Laurents, but 'v
no(w that N'ewbet'ry could not an
'(uld( ntot williungly spare him ne
ven forin Edgefield, w~ho has bee
'ant ing hitm ther'e.--Laurensvill
The ('amp badites havec been recei
d. Veterans will please call at one
nd m'et them. Price, 65 cents.
0. L. Schunmpert,
" The Crowning of Love."
A cantata for yohng ladies, wi
e presented in the opera house o
~tiday evening, May 17, the proceed
o go toward paying the debt of Cer
ral Methodist churen.
Reserved seat tickets are now e
ale at the Newberry Hardwai
Itore--price 50 cents. General admit
ion ticket will be 35 centseand ga
Music loving people will enjoy th
ntertaining little play and at tl
anme time help a good cause.
-Mrs. C. B. Mfartis,
Mrs., .D. Wright,
'Mise Bernice pain
Committee in (d go.
THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY
td Looking for Gov. Ansel-A Sormon
Against tho Dispensary-Prof.
Counts Declines Roelection.
id 'rosperity, S. C., MIay 9. "isses
)f Alice Aull 1111 p 1aulinle 'i-rrY aid
n.lser 111umb1ert Auv isitedl M1iss
-l':l Wer(s Iaur My retu'lning
i hoie otn Moiday.
1. 'Messrs, l-'nws and Willio tirtman,
f of Atlanta, came over WVedneday to
r. see their mother.
n A . . Y. inn1ter antd iss liessi
h1 Bowers alre attendii tho Federation
s of womlenls Clubs inl k ranllgebilrg,
r Mrts. M. It. liedenhaigh is visi-tig
IQ her daught er, Mrs. Reamles in Timll
M Ar. Th'omlas simlpsonl, Of I3 "Oens
couity. is visiting M rs. . 1). ittleanls
-M.1 .ess. (I eorge has gone to
aSartanhurl.. anld from Itherv he wvill
g 10 he .d lMIIstowI exposition.
ls. Lillian 1,arm1on and daughter
r Reheeea are visitilng i (randpa lIar
S111011 in Epworth, Oreenlwood couity.
A tiss iaild lHopkins, (if Seneen,
Miss Hlowle, of 141-tsville, tire Visit
ing NMiss Lillie Mae Russell.
I h'. .1. 1. )otintuk accoippnied
two patients. Att. Luther Blowers and
Miss Mlanche Morris to the Columbia
lhospital ot'or operations. They are re
pte h to be doilg" tnicely. )r. ('uerry
lier1formeod the operations.
.\1111shal 1llammett. of ithe 1'. S. re
vennte de paritmenivt. visited ouir towl
3lith littill tile hlop hVer that Was
ien iresle i r 'ilee Sa 's tasto, aildt
.e1a11l l who weve selling.. it it)
kakt, ol r'evolnno live: se. Ile did not
1ind any of te hiutertts that was l'oudti
The lniee t' the Ztra"ded selhool
mllet ol 'I'uesday. Protr. E. 0. Counts
declined aI re-eleetion. The board fill
I ed tle two assistaats' positions by
s r-eelectinl. M,Nisses Mjargaret Leekie
, and Erin Kohn.
- A Comittee was appointed to get
0 the .-ee.ssa information and cir
!I enlate a petition .for votinlr on the
f t st.alblishment of the High1 Svh'lool
I under tle reecnt act.
i Don't t'orget old folks (Iay. 'May
- 19th. Come and brig the ehildren
I with you. (race Sunday schlool ex
s tends a cordial invitation to all to
'Come and enjoy the day with it.
Many of our citizens joined the vet
erans on their pilgrimage to the re
e utnion Tuiesday and Wed.nesday.
- Mr. Enos Hartman, of Atlanta,
t was on our streets for a short while
1 on Saturday. He came over to see
is tnther, who has been quite ill,
- but is improving, we learn.
. Mr. G. M. Ables was called to
I 0ratn1ebur- Sunday by the death of
In case the weather is inielelieit,
the exercises on the 14th will be
ill city hall.
Another busi.ness, or we might say,
a new business has been stanted in
our town. Messrs. J. P. Wheeler antd
-J. .J. Dominiek have formed a co
partnership to deal in real estate in
to.wn an d count:ry.
The town is looking forward to the
un'inig of Gov. Ansel on Tuesday,
Mtay 14th, with much pleasure. The
stores have been.e requested to close
:at 4 o'clock. The exercises will be
at the cemetery at 5 o'clock. The
('liP e [.wt is nienttly req1ue'sted to
at tendh t hese ser*vice's. The Contfed
crate vet eranis antd t heir friends are
expe td to he presen'1t. An in formal
r' recepl ton will bie hatd at t he speatk
I er's st and in thle grove at thle cemte
.tery ,by Gov. Atnsel. Let ever'yhod(y
1 tur.:. t'ut. It is not ofteii that we
Ii have a governoifr of South Car'olina
i with us. We hope all of the citizens
t of Nos. 9 and 10, who can, will at
:1 tendt these exercises.
a Gov. Ansel will go to Newberry at
e 7 o'clock to be present at the bani
I gulot given the district convention,
tKnights of Pytips, and will resp)ondt
1 to one of the toasts.
e Mrs. T. D). Copehatid, of Clinton,
is with he'r pairents. Mr. anid Mrs.
HI. ('. Moselcy.
The Sorosis will meet wvithi Miss
s ussell ont Friday even ing, May 10.
~e R.M. 0. .J. Kreps is in Chairles
ton this week at-tending the comn
mencement exercises of the Luther
an Theological Seminary. Mr. KCreps
will preach thle baccalaureate ser'
Mr. J1. B. Fellers has gone to A t
II lanta on business.
" The P. G. school nine aind the town
a nine wvere to cross bats this after
-noon, but owing to the rain the game
diud not come off, much to the chagrin
n of the fans.
'e Mr. D. E. Ridgell spent Monday
i- night in towe' with his aunt, Mrs. A.
- M. Lester.
.Our Rt. F. D. friend of the gaily
adecorated chaise, etc., says lie is all
* right once again, and he is not going
on three wheels any longer, and that
he is happy and serene.
Rev. Kreps in his, sermon on Sun
day paid his respeots to the effort to
vote the dispensary ila asgin. He 'said
that. whille there wore those who dif.
that tho d11ip1sary was of tho 'd0vIl,
ill hI eavel 1nt whalltu they tholght,
It was his duty as a tilintter. to do all
ho sulid to 1ting to ntaught tho work
k1' it evil onle. Wo wold ask the
elkrl inheillor who "ignld it oti
(ion and voles 111, tle lispelnstry,
hww will yol sqItarv yoneut mt1 vote
with thll ievord whenl yolt stanld be
t'oie th .1iittv oi all (tho eait1. IT
tlie elitirelh millbers will livo u11p to
the proimises ttlhey mitde when they
,Joinledl thle hure, teift,ort wi'll bie
defeatedt, I' it is .i, evil--10and w0
says it is nott-how ('l1n yotl vote fbr1
it ? It is a Inuestion of right i
wnI I , ti' good atild evil. As yonl vote
and1( d11, No wINa you hlave (to renider it-i
neont.rit orl wrongi, whlich?
The l'llowinlg voilillitlt hals been
a1ppoinltod till Vveeptill tit' ( ov, Anlsel
upom his arrivilI here fromi Co 1hlluia
mi I he ai't rnoonrmu t ht I he 14th:
Dr. ]. N. Kibler, ehairtmain,; )r.
(. Y. Hunter, Col. A. 11. Kohn, Col.
11. C. Moseley and )r. H. L. 'lither.
Rev. C. M. floyd, of Atderson, will
assist Rev. Mr. Caldwell with the ser
ies ofi meeti,r-g, in the A. R. P. church,
which will begin on Friday morning
atud extend through Sunday.
The following is the committee
'roim the D1aughteirs to meet Gov.
Allsel on tihe 141h:
Mesdlaimes 1l. 0. J. Krvps. H1. C.
loseley. (i. Y. 1lun1ter: M-isses Mary!
Lee 11-arre .1nd llessiv Ilowers.
Nowherry. M'nv 7.---Neverry p -
edring.S .ar41m114 wortlrd f'or t,he
third tite this season and easily de
t'va:1 tle Methotdists Iere this af
ter!'-oil by a score of 9 to 1. Crouch
was in lis; old form aid cluimked
splenlidly. allowinur ti e visitors .three
measly hits. He was quite handy With
t!e siek. too, and placed the ball
Over 'right field fence. Boozer at
thirtd ind Haben:ieit at short also
played well for the iome team.
Nefwherry's next gam11.le is with Er
skine at the Secedtws' ground next
Tuesday. If that gAmie comes this
a:.l. the local college team will have
pract*ioally won the clampionship
adi( there is much it.terest in the out
come of the co.uitcs. The Erskine
leam was defeated by a large score,
but since that time the Seceders have
be-n playing a good game, and a hot
contest is expected.
Crouch, iindoubtedsy one of the
best college pitchers in the state has
signed up to play with Darlington in
the s!ate league this seahon. Several
clbs in the same cire.iit are after
Cabaniss, the fast eatener.
The score of today's taue:
R H E
Newberry................9 10 4
Wofford .. .. .. .. ....... 1 3 9
Batteries: Crouch and Cabaniss;
Sapp Stewart and Leckie.
Struck out, by Crouchl 6, by Sapp 3.
Letters remainsing in the postoflice
at Newberry for the week eniding May
B-Miss Jamima Blair.
C--Gus Chapman, Mrs. M. J. Dick
F"--Mrs. ('inie Fev.
G-Ellen Gegrle, Miss Elien G3raham
Mrs. Susie (Gest. Mr. Zach1 God-win.
.J-Mr.s. Martha ,Jones. Mr. 11er
bert JTohnson01, MNrs. H-enrty Jobhnson1,
Mr'. Can Jeter, Mrs. R. H. Jen-.
nings, Miss Ophelia Jackson.
K-Mr'. George Kenatey.
l--Miss Peal Lomifiick.
M-Mr. Bob Moon.
Mrs. LilliaNi Martin.
R-Mr. T. H. Rhodes, Mr. Ruff
S. Mi'. P. WV. Stribble, Miss F.
Minnie Smitth, Mr. Willie Suber, Mr'.
WV-MrM. Hane Williams, Miss
Rosa Williamns, Miss Annie May Wil..
liabms, Mir. Belton Werts.
Y'-Annie Bell Young.
Per'sons calling for' these wtili please
say thlat I iey were advet,isedl.
C. J. Pulil, P. M.
ELLECTION 0OF TEACHERS.
The Schiool B~oardu foi' Newbecrry
school0 distict will, onl Thur sd ay, the
6ith day of June, hold( the asnnual elce
tion for .the following positions:
One Superintendent of Schools, at
a salary of $1,000.
Eleven Grade Teachers for the
wtite school; salary $40 a month.
One Principal for the colored
school; salary $40 a month.
Four Grade Teacherm for the col
ored school; salary $25 a month.
Applioations must be .in .tile hands
of the Secretary of the Board by the
1st of J'une, and applicalnts must
state for what grade bhey apply.
J. M. Davis,
May 0th, 1907.
The Local Market.
Meat . . . .. ... to I
18 to i
Best Lard .. .... ...... 1
lost. N. 0. Molassee 6. ... 00 to 7Te
Good M. 0. Molassu .'. .. 35 tu 4to
Acal.................75 to 80
ilixed Chicken Food .... 9U
I [ay . .1.35 to 1.6U
1st Patent Flour .. .. ..4.50 to .5;00
2nd Patent Flour .. .. ..4.00 Lo 4.41)
0ood Ordinary Flour. . . .3.50 to 4.0o
Sugar- .. . . .. . . ..' l
i0 5.. ............5to8 1-3
CoiTep Roasted ...-.. 15
ColTvvl, threen........ 10 to'20
6tLl bued mel. .. 1.40
Poultry ..... ..l.....10c lb.
JAMES K. GILDER,
Ofice in front room over post ofice,
NEWBERRY. S. C.
I CENT A WORD.
No advertisement taken for less v
than 25 cents.
WANTED-Four yugmen or two
vouples Canf seclre board in pri
va'le amily. 'Terns reasonable.
h1tie emllforts atround. Address
Care Ierald and News.
FOR RENT-Couple, without clil
dren, canl secuire a flat or 4 rooms
in Iive %:,eighborhood suitable foi
lihit -housekeepinlg. Address
Care Herald and News.
WANTED-The public to know tha
I am sawing some .fine timber, and
am prepared to fill your orders on
short notice. Special bills cut to
order. It will pay you to see me
before you place your orders, you
can find me at .Summer Bros., New
berry, S. C. W. S. Spearman.
WANTED-Sanall Cottage, conveni
ent to business section. Write, stat
ing terms, Box 118, Newberry, S. C.
GO-FLY keeps flies off Hourses and
Cattle. 25c. and 50c. Sold by all
druggists and W. 0. Holloway,
Chappells, S. C.
WHERE GO-FLY goes flies will not
go. Use it on your Horses and Cat
tle 25 and 50 cents.
WANTED-Our customers to know
that we are again open for business
at our same old stand with a Qlea
new stock of fresh groceries. Phone
us your orders, Phone 205.
1m. Hayes & Co.
GREENWOOD LUMBER and Bob
bin Mfg. Co.,. Greenwood, S. C.
Manufacturers of doors, sash,
blinds, flooring, ceiling, mouldings,
etc. Mill work a specialty.
BEFORE BUYING or selling a farm
or any property, write The Carolina
Re'alty and Trust Company,
tf 2taw.Bishopville, S. C.
ESTRAYED from my lot on Friday
night, the 3(1, a solid colored Red
Bull, about half groavn, ti.ps of
horns sawed off. Aniy in,formation
leading to lhis recovery will be ap
preciated and expenses paid.
T. C. Pool.
FOR SALE--Thirty or forty thous
and feet yellow pine ceiling an
flooring, ready to put upl, $17.
per thousand feet f. o. b. Leesvill.
S. C. Bill around, firng size
$15.50 per 1000.
Leesville Lumber Co.,
Leesville, S. C.
ARCHITECT AND OONTRACTO
I w'ant to bid on your.areiutect a
conitract work, I have the latest des
signs of all bulildinlf". Address to
A. & C. care The Herald and News.
6 OTTON SEED.
We will take Cotton Seed in ex
change for our High Oared Cotton
Seed Meal or Hulls,'or for cash, n
til May 15th.^
Little Mountain Oil Mill and For- I
FOR SALE-Two mules.
Candy I Fresh iMd jusf reoelved.
Anderon 10 C.t Co.