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The Movements of Many Peopl
Newberrians and Those Who
Miss Sue Whitt' last week Fto
(.n xi.,il it) M rs. T. A. 11all
There will he preaciilnw at ButsI
riv.vr elh it tIh oil the 4 tt Sim day b
the Itev. .1. K. Hair. of Greenville
S. C. The deacons request that al
Ienilbers of tile chureh meet on thal
day in order to transatnt some veri
iliportfat blsiuess connected witi
Rev. .T. .Johnson, Mr. I.I. Smitil
and Mr. 1. M. Smith. .jr.. art attend
in the Southern iptist conventiol
in ffichiond and will return via thit
Sheriff fluford arrestedI in Colim
bia last week Paul Wise. wlo is
walltel in Newherrv for having dle
serted hi-A wife and ehiIren. and
there is also an addtitiolal helarge
tlat afte. d'esertin. them he married
anlother wife in cohnibia. lie is now
in Jail awaitin, tihe next term of our
Sheriff flulford Vesterdav received
his first hatel of tlinquent tax exe
cutions from the treasurer. They are
for Nt). 1 Township. Treasurer Epps
sav! that the total number of delinl
quent tax payers will execed those of
last year by about 300.
fr. 11. Il. likard lost a fine mule
MiIs Ann I ii! i 5. whoI has
taiuit sehol filr the past two years
at Kearse in 11amiery county. return
ed homei lat week. So ineh pleased
were the patrons witi her work that
she hI.as been offered the selhool for
another year at an increase of salary.
Iler father. Mr. F. W. HIieins. who
Aent dowi to the closilnZ exercises
of her school. delivered several
speeclies on etducation in Bamnberg
Mrs. Mattie Glenn and Miss Liz.
zie Glenn returneil to their home ir
City c4uncil has secured frin
lessrs. Copeland Brothers and IH. C
Williais five fee t on Pratt street,
which insu res the wideiin of thbi
trn-vt llqthrou h lihe burn-led dlistrict.
MIr. anl Mrs. CoIe L. Bleast' let"
yeslerday for I'emldlet'n. MIs. least
Will visit her parent,- whilI MrI. Bleast
goes to Ciemson on a leiislative com
.1lisse Mav an d! Wili llis r lei'
f.-I C"dtllim s. ( ;I.. oil Sat I1l]d;
111,-- . 1 wliere I e ht.v have aveelit (I 14isi
Misses Mamie :nI lessic .tnes. .4 o
L:inv-aste tr. are visit nm.!, Nlrs. S. I
MiLIit Fair. (IF coke.,burY, .4pend
a e\ das with Mliss Neville P4,pt
M1r. Graham Smith was inl the c-it\
on Sat urdar.
Mr. Thos. F. Ejtiniz ts in the c'ity'
M~r. S. I I. McLean, ot Columbia
ipeint Suniday ini the city.
Mr'. A. 11. Ktihn. of Priospe'rity. wa.:
in thle city y est erday.
Miss Main' Tampkir:s. 'it Ed-.e
field, is visit ing her'i sister. Mrs. J1. K
Mir. White "auit has hoinehit t' in.
t'rest ofi Mr. W. A. Fai. in Fants
roicery'i. andi will 'ont inue' the buisi.
ne.t'" at It'he i p,re'unt st amjl. The' dis,
*solutin, tir rathier the wvttlrawtal 01
Mr'. W. A. Fanti from the firim was
Miminnatuh adivert ises a bie' fot
sla.ni sale in t his issue.
Hlairu andt H1aviird arie still doinw
butsiness in Lotwer Main st reet ant
are selling goods at prices that art
TPhe Iirm of Faints (Groceriv hai
b)en tdissolv~ed by iimutuatil conttseiit
M. W'. .A. Fat'mi haviniig so ld~ out hi
interest to Mi'. C. WV. Fiant, who wil
I, EFants Omrocer.v.
A Cordial Invitation
Is extended't aill Soulthlmeies tisi
he tJell-O bototh Iat t he Jamest owl
Exp)ositionl, loceated in IFood Priodue(t
Bumildinug at ent rance to Ilort iculturii'
Courmt. We hav'e provided a spacion
Rest RLopm esp)eially for your cor
venience, where you may meet friends
write letters, read your favorite mat
azine, etc., etc. Our demonstratoi
.-ill be glad to serve you wvith JF0LI
0, the dainty dessert, and Ice Creal
made from Jell-O Ice Cream powde
tree, and explain how easily they ei
be prepared for the table. The Gen
see Pure Food Co., Le Roy, N. Y.
'A splendid way not sto become pur
proud is to have a large family.
Ghssprobably walk at night
DEATH OF OAPT. A. P. PIFEI
i He Passes Quietly and Peaceful
Away-A Good Citizen-A Ripe
Scholar-A Kind Friend.
('a pt, 'i fer is dead. \\'hen th
:1:em1tCIlent was made on Sinid;
.m-ri ro tee was s'lless in ma
henrts in Newherl.r. for het Ias lov,
i b all ourl people. The enI cam114e
he desired it ottld eome. Ile iII
heenl in his oflice the day before a
I Was as well. if not bet ter, tha.:i
had been for some time. lie chattl
I easantly Iv wit h f riends on his wv
olile late in the evening. ate his sul
per. and after talking to his famil
for stIlie while. retired. Some tinl
during the night while he slept. pr
lably aboit midnight. his heart cea
ed to heat and14 his spirit took i
fli --ht. The members of his fami'
d1il not Call him early on S1ud:
morning preferrin- that hie shoul
hiave rest not knowin_g that he I
alreadv entered upon his eternal res
1His rtoom was adjoining that of Mr
Pifer's. and the door was open ai
no sund11 caie from his room durir
the nighit. At S o'clock when t1
mtemhers f the family did call hi
ftr breakfast they were shocked
find that he was iead. There was -
Ivtruie. The end was peaeeful.
Capt. I"ifer came to Newberl
whenla youn Inan. ,jist before t1
war :nd .inst after his u'railuatioln:
Roanloke colee as a professor
Latin and Grvck in Newherry colletr
It was his prpost to) praetice la1
an tid lie Iiad come soth for a sho
time, as Ie thouht. t" reeain h
healthi , expec1tin s II ti 1 turn
his h1-amle in Vir--illin and e.tel lipt
lit petsitn whieb hv h-aI ce"se
-1,1he war volinc -ll, .111vd, in I
did rewiurn t') Vir61iil, butI nll.
en-.'n e inl the pr:-tive -if law. blut
1..wIthI hli t, wl. \hivih h:all !vvede
d' efen.st,..f Suthettrn r'ighlts. at
il 1 -61 hv winterod the4 .selVict- ft tl
C 'itl'e -Ye a-a . oldieri. Hie w
witzh G. . Lev , eaptainl f Lee
'.ntards. andl coierjtts. At the hattle<
Iwettysbu he was woulndedl ini
Iet ani s iht l y* in- th.ie hteadi. H- r
miainied with Lee. heowever,. and( w:
with him at ther surr'iener.
.\fter the clese of the war lie r
htrnedl to' N ewberry a nd resumed ti
e'esie.ton as profeoret in N'ewb'eri
e"lg.ana int add'itiion tee his (duti
'- a futll perufe-or. hie alsi hadl ('lan
wa hib- tit he. 'aLt tn t.ing rap)acity at
.iust th year.''d1 before.I the enli,Pie w:*
a1 - 1It a li' barefoot,boy. ecame a
quta i. tel w.ith him1 antd was tine
H le learned to love himt then. ai
as the y'ears went by his love and a
fetio he' rewI't stro'en'er and striong<i
and in his de'athi we feel that wye ha,
heost a t rue f'riend1( anid countsel lor, f
miany times(' have we sought his a
vice., which was always giv'en fr'ee
After the colleg.e. was moved
WalhiallIa. C'apt. Pif er opened af
male' ac'ademy' in' Ne'wberry,. which
a'ondaucted succesfully' f'or mrai
.earis. U poin thle esttablishment
th gaded schtoli in Ne wbeirry I
ac'ademyt wags diiscontinuted an u fI
t wo0 ort thirtee yearms ('apt. P'if'er w
pre'(siden'tt of' a female col lege in Ni
fl'k,c V'a. H e wa'is a fterwuar'ds na
a contin~~ud iuntil his death.
Auta year ago he hadtt a sev<
spetllI of' ill ness, but r'ec'ove.'red sut
s 'intl ty toe visi t his (ld home in
valley of1 Virtg'inia, wher'e he spt
'the summer. When lie i'eturned
wias very much impr'oved, biut lie I
n tot been st rong since.
Soon aifter the war he was mnarri
,to Miss Lutcy Fair, who, withc
a son, Mr'. Fair Pijfer, surv%ives i
Antother' soni, the pride of his het
dhied some1 years ageo ini the bloom
('Capt. Pifer~ thouimgh a t ruieVr
Siatm, wais also a t.r'ue 'South Carol
lintn, and1( loyal to his adopted htoi
lie tnmber'ed his frmiends b)y all
n hist acquaitanes. lHe 'as b$
and g'enieronic, fnithful and ti
TOOK OLOSING GAME.
ly Clemson Tigers Won Easily F
CleIson College, May 18.--Cl
:t smi closed tle season. by defeaI
I\ NewberrY 7 to I in a slow
IY teresin" gam1le. lobertson Was
d it box '41. (ilemsonl and prove<
as limizzle to lie laitheraias. Crouch
ia 1 s i fr-omll 81 a sp11ened arm
'd ('line pitelied for No.Wberry. Li
lIe lissell got three hits out of f
d times at the hat, as did Caban
Lykes batted well and made a dor
(lemson ..100 302 010-7- 10
Newberry .. .000 000 010-1 5
Ilit by piteher.-Robertson
l1aseson lalls.-Robert&on 3;
liat teries.-Clemson. Robert
,an1 issell; Newherrv: Cline
Um11pire. .Joel iley.--News
NEWBERRY DEFEATED FURM
Cline Pitched for the Winning :Te
Greenville. May 16.-The coil
baseball season in Greenville came
a termination this afternoon witt
amle between Furman and Newli
ry college in wihiel the latter won
I score of ! to 7. Newberry outi
ted Furman and thereby won. '
- R 11
SFurmaian .. .. . .... .. ..7 10
Newberry . . ....912
Workman pitched for Furman :1
('line was in tle box for Newber
A Big Tree.
Mr. Lee Sinlldev. who lives V1
near Bush river church, eut a p
tree on his plaee :I few days ago, fr
whichi lie obtained 92 feet of saw ti
her. The tree was three feet in
ameter and was nearly all heart.
* ) 2010 feet of silare lumber out
92 fem, which he sawed. The tree
t tfhe top was about 140 feet.
if Card of Thanks.
'Mr.1 Editor: Please allowl us sp
it n youi worthy columns to thank i
kind friends and neighbors for th
kindness SlI us durin the I
illes-sz and death 4of our lvinl h1
II ha I 11111 I her .11)1. S. liedenilbmian
Ma1,Y (G4'14 s richiest blessin's ret
4n all wh\ lent us a IelpinI" ha1ind
Death of Mr. Micajah Dennis, Sub
The lArd1 loved Mr. Siber ihet
11tan we dild. 'an1d he sent his anl
after him an11d took him home to r
Ili. sleep was So sweet, not a si1
erl(le(lid he make.
IMr. Subler left t his world Man'
1907. lie was sick three months iv
grip, thloughi the end was heart tr<
citie. Hewa (go farmer anga
ciie.He was v'ery indust rio
$He was a member of Enoree Hapi
' churebd for miany yea rs. He lea
Ie al wife and1( seven child reni, fift
It grand(1childre*n andl three great er~
chlildrena. Mr. Suber was eigli
year old ( h41Ist February.
r. He( wast haidI to rest ait Ento
I . H'aptist clhur ch, the funeral servi
I being conducted by his past or,
ad Oh, how sad( we feel to see haima
fearth no more. Oh, in heaven lie
b e forever more. HI-s wife is prepi
.ed to meet him. C'hildrena you out
or toi d1( thle same. Oh, w~hat a hal
d. mneeting~ when all meet him again
ly J. E.
to chivalrous and kind, a gentleman
e. lie triue sense oif the term. Thec T
he is that there are not more like hi
ay lHe was a scholar, andl his in format
of hvas extenasive and his advice
is counisel were sought by many. lHe
ora kinad word for every one, Hie
as 1lovecd by all of his former puj
r-* bothI boys and( girls and alwaays t
(1d a deepi interest in their welfare.
he was a goodl eit.izena and every
mourns his dkeath. There are im
~re me and( womien who were his pu
m. in the (lays gonie b)y who will fet
lhe piersonal loss in hais death.
mt lie was sixty-eight years of
lie .Thie funeral services will be<
ta dulcted this morning at 10.30 o 'cl
wvith Masonic honors, of' which oi
ed lhe was a member.
in. Amity Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M
st An extra communication of An
of Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M., will lie I
this (Tuesday), maorninag at
ni- sharp in Fraternity hall, for the
ini- pose (if attending the fmnieral of
neC. deceased brother' Capt. A. P. Pi
of Visiti.ng b)retharen arc inv~ited.
ive Fred HI. Dominiek, W. A
'u,.1J. HI. M. T(inr, Sec..et....
LITTLE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL OU'
rom Mr. 0. B. Martin, Congressman Lever
and Others Present at
ing i ttie Mountain, May ii.-Tie ex.
in- ereises ot0the Little fonttain Orai
ill e( school,. under the natagenent 01
1 a Prof. .J. W. Ballentilne an1id Miss .iulill
ras Paisley, were held inl tihe school
111d buildling Friday evening and iight
fer Mlay 17th. Quite a large crowd hai
our gathered long before the hour fot
iss. the exercises to Comtenee,.
ble The exercises were opened with
prayer, by liev. J. C. WIessinger.
le Prof. S. J. Derrick of Newberry Col
3 -lege, whose old home is wit-hin a mile
3 of this place, in i very appropriate
1; speech introduced Hon. 0. B. Mar.
till, State Superintendent of Educa
n1d tiotn. Mr. Martin made a. very elo.
Iuleit an(] convinicing speech on tle
ion subject of establishing state high
md schools. A recess was then taken froni
5 until 8 o'clock p. mi., after which
mid the exercises, of the school proper
The exercises consisted of dialogues
kN andl declatmations by the smaller
scholars. a speeci by Horace Sheal
am ev, an(1 essays by Misses Evang ele
amnd Bertha Shealy, of the graduat
ing class which were as fine as any
audiece could wish to listen to.
Congressman A. F. Lever, present
to by invitation froi the school. was
1a theln introduced and delivered a very
e-l* lquenmit. speech onl the subject of
lv eucation md citizenship.'' The
at- audience were deeply effeeted by the
le able and lo-iela presentation of these
11Mr. L'evei has hosts of friends
here and Inanl perss caie from
miles aroutind to hear him anl to
til shake -his hand. It was near this
place that he be-vanl the struggle of
life. and both his imiothier aid grand
mother are buried in the cemetery
m CROUCH NOT "BATTED HARD"
lie Newberry's Crack Pitcher Injured
of Himself in the rifth In
I Newberry. May 17.-The report of
tihe game of baseball between the Er
r skine and Newberry college teams in
eir The State as sent from Die West on
the niglit of the 14th inst. has caus
es- ited mueh commenI in Newberry. There
wh. were several Newherrians. in 110 way
ip- connected with the team, blut so inl
in terested in the sport that thev accom
fpainiel the Newberry team to Dlue
West t. witness the game. and all
are, unanitnotis iml the opinion that
er. ti report as sent The Sta,te is so
Ier misleadinl., and unjust, especially as
els to Croniie, the Newberry piteher, as
st. to nee(l some explanation from this
ig- e1d of the line. Your correspondent,
-having~ been asked by several to state
9, the facts, and having not witnessed
ith the game, requiested a citizenm of un
im-. questioned integrity wgo was pres
od ent to reduce to writing a true state
us. metit, which follows:
ist ''Thie report of the Newberry-Er
b'es skine ball game as reported from Due
~en West ini The State of yesterday wvas
nmd misleading~ andi unjust to Newberry.
ity For instan.ee such statements as
'Crouch was b)at ted bard anmd had to
ree ret ire to the bench.' This is a true
ces ,and just st atement: Up to the fifth
the ining C'rough was inm good form,
. Newberry having scored one, Erskine
o.nonie. Then Crouch strained a muscle
~ihh in his right or, pitching arm and was
air-- utterly un-aide to pitch any longer,
ht and at the end of the ilnning retired
from the pitcher's box. This mishai
to Crouch was one of those things
which may occur to any pitcher at
any time. [t occurred to Crouch and
Tlost Newberry the game, but the
in statement unqualified that he wau
it batted hard ' is un,just to him. Ers.
-fl kine played good hail, bitt the inti
ionl mation tat, except for -the mishap te
id Crouch, she even had a.n even chanet
and to win out will hardly b)e claimed by
vas any outside observer of the game.''
Hie Brooklyn and Prosperity.
one The Brooklyn and Prosperity team:
a~ny crossed bats again last Friday after
pISils oon at Prosperity. Tt wias an in
I a teresting and exciting game, bitt th
Newherry b)oys were too much fo
ge. their olpponenlts and allowed then
on only three hits, andl the score stooi
ock 8 to 2 in favor of Brooklyn.
der .The batteries for Brooklyn wer
Booz.n and Peterson; for Prosperity
Maffett, Wycheo and Wise. One o
the features of the game was th
',t pitchitng of Boozer,
meld . --
).30 Just received--a pretty line o
-shirts, underwear anid ties at ''prtice
our .right.'' Copeland Bros.
Special vahues in embr6ideries, hl
f. ecs, ribbonms and lawns, tIs week a
1 Copoland Bros.
THE PRESSLEY SOHOOL.,
Delightful Picnic-Spoeches'on Edu
cation-Good Stands of Ootton
-Good Roads-No Iriit.
The pielic g ivil by Ile I'rieldl
11nd( patrolls o, the Pr1-es'ley sehool
whieh was aught Ire jms( session b.
M iss liell 11, o l.'dgefit-14 4.411n1 y, wit
held in the beatit'ul A-r-ove at 1th
former resilence of ir. John A
Urolelr, ,ilst t welve iles cast ol
N)herry, oil 1Satt1day. There wia
a good atQtendan1e of' the ftriOnds allt
patronls of the scihool, blit probabli
not Its latlny ats woluld have been oil
it' it had not been such a pretty da
for farm work. 'T'here were no ex
ereises by the children ot tihe school
is the teacher thought, a-.d properly
that sle could devote the timte, whiiel
is usually taken for preparation foi
these eolsing evereises, to a better ad.
Adresses, however, ol the subjee
of education Were ailde by Mr. J. B.
O'Neall Holloway, Seniator Cole It
Blease and Air. E. H-. Atll. The at
tentionl to the speeches was very
0ood which indicated an interest in
this imuporant sub1)ject.
After the speeches i regular Dutel
pienic dinner was spread ill the grove
of oaks and it was very much enjoy
ed by ill who were present, especial
ly the contingent fron Newberry.
Trhe Pressley school is naimed in
honlor. of Mr1. Press Cromer, who ol
(ributed largely to the grounds and
buiildin.g, and who tins mantifested an
active interest in the school.
The buildinsg' is a modern and up
to-date oe) and neatly furnished. It
also has a library, which was estab
lished un11der the provisions of an act
of the legislature providing for rural
Miss Bell has giveni genera.l satis
factioii as a teacher during the ses
sion just closed, and the trustees and
i-0ttrons are anxious to secure her
services for another term, but she has
niot yet- decided whether or not she
will teach another year.
The road from Newberry to Crom
er'; is a very good one, though in
some iplaces just a little work would
make it much better. There seems
to have been. some work done on this
publie highway recently. Tt is grati
T'ying to see aln interest taken ini pub
lie roads anid whenever we observe
it we are glad to commend it.
There scoms to be a very goo d
stand of cotton and ene land was in
good condition, thouglh tile cotton is
small and in many places it is just
comling up. There has beel complaint
inl stime sectioins lihat tile farmler's
hk.ve not been able to get a good
stand. and where they have, the cold
weather is been very much against
tile plant. Cotton ieeds hot weather.
There is io evidence of alny fruit
along tile road. even tile pilin trees
this year being barren. The only
hope of fruit in this section this y'ear
seems to lie the blackb)erry.
The Trliniity school wvill close next
\ednesday, May 22, and on Firiday
evenuing, May 24, there will be an
exhibition, beginning at eight o'clock.
The pubilic is most cordially invited
The Rush for Bargains So Great Mr.
Bailes Keeps Open Past Mid
night--Police G.t Him.
*Mr. E. L,. Baihes was putled 0r
Satur'day nighlt b)y Policemen Austir
and Adams for sellinig on Sunday.
It seems that the rush was so great
at hlis store on Saturday nlight thin
lie could not get tile people (lit until
after the town clock had sounded ti<
hour11 of midnight, a.nd, thlerefore, hi
was, voilating the Sunday ordinance
anId the ever' alert pl)lTieen wer<
on the spot to give thim niotice of ti<
violation, lHe appeared before th<
mayr oil Mondaly mornling anld ad(
mit ted tile facts anid in extenuatioi
gave the renan. that the eager num
her' of p)urchial.ers, who lingered i:
hi sI tore past the mnidnlight hour11 t.
secure the manbagainlswhch
was11 of'efring, were so large that h
could not help yielding to the tempta
tion to be accommodating. The senI
tence was light, and hereafter h<
will niot keep openl beyond1 11.59 p. ii
The best 40-inch white lawns il
Nowberry at 10 cents a yard is a
3 WANTED--Lady or gentleman o
fair education to tr'avel for firm oI
$250,000 capital. Salary, $1,072 pe
f year', payale weekly. Expenses al
a vanc'ed. Address Gleo. C. Clow:
Nowberrly, S. C.
- Special prlices onl two piece suit
t and odd panIts at. Copeland Bros, noi
) come and see,
The Local Market,
Mat - . .. 9 to12 (
Hams .... ... ..10 to 18
Best Lard .. ..... ...... 18
Best N. 0. Molasses .... 60 to 7P
Good M. 0. Molasset .. .. 35 to 40
4 Corn. .............. 80
, Meal---.. ..........75 to 80
Mixed Chicken Food .... 90
4 'ly -ly ..........1.35 to 1.50
3 at. Patont Flour .. .. ..4.50 to 5.00
21id Patent Flour'.. .. ..4.00 to 4.40
Good Ordinary Flour... .3.50 to 4.00
Sugar .... .... .... .. 51-2
Rice -.. ......... 5to8 1-3
(o!(ffee Roasted ... .. .. 15
Coffee, Green ........ 10 to 20
Cotton Seed meal 1.40
Poultry -1-c.. . -- 1. lb.
Pea ..- ...-.-.-.-.... ..... ..2.00
JAMES- X GILDER,
Ofice in front room over post office,
NEWBERuy. 8. 0,
No advertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
FOR ONE .WEEK--.Begining gay
20, I will pay caAh for old elothing.
Mrs. Dora Watts,
Upper Main Street. it
LOST--Near the C., N. & L. depot on
Thursday evening a pair of rimless
eye glasscsi bider will be re
wnrded if returned to Mr. J. E.
Norwood at the Savings Bank.
WANTED-The public to know that
they can get fresh bread, cakes
and pies every day at Oehmig's
Bakery under the Frederick hotel.
Clothing specials. The best $10.00,
$12.00, $15.00, $18.00, and $20.00
suits for men in Newberry at Cope
WANTED--To rent small house, or
3 or 4 rooms for light housekeep
ing. Address, House,
care Farmers Oil Mill, City.
0. G. OEEMIG, pies, cakes and bread
overy day under the Frederick Ho
tel. Delivered every day. 3
LOST-Silver, open faced watch on
streets of city. Finder please re
turn to this ofWiee.
21. May 14.
WANTED--The Public to know that
I am saOwing- 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-Sall Cottage, conveni.
ent .to business section. Write, stat-.
inlg terms, Box 118, Newberry, S. C.
GO-FLY keeps flies off Hourses and
Cattle. 25e. and 50e. Sold by all
druggists and W. 0. Hollowvay,
4w. taw. Chappells, S. C.
WHERE GO-FLY goes flies will not
go. Use it on your Horses and Cat
tie 25 and 50 cents.
WANTED--Our1 customers to know
that we are again open for business
at our same old stand with a clean
newv 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
eRealty and Trust Company,
- tf taw. Bishopville, S. C.
3 FOR SALE--Thirty or foitty thous
-and feet yellow pine ceiling and
flooring, ready to put up, $17.00
1 per thousand feet f. o. b. Leesville,
t S. C. Bill around, framing sized,
$15.50 per 1000.
Leesville Lumber Co.,
Leesville, S. C.
r AROHITECT AND QONTRACTOR
- I want to bid on your architect and
;, contract work, I have the latest de
signs of all buildings. Address to
A. & C. care The Herald and News.
v FOR SALE.-.Two m,,es.