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Tho Movomonts of Many POop:
Newborrians and Thoo Who
'a.'I (nand C'han"ellmr Ge".
fswe . Ilst r e p ile} ly Gira dl (11.11
cellr I'.. 1 At.\ ll. h'epre,ewnlivos -
A. Ililackv.bchIr .unI ('. A. 11mvwma
.from N ewrry lodge and H'epresel
tatives (olp 12. llease and F. I. Don
inick from O'Nunil hlg left yeste
dlay Ior' the oll vetl ioln of* tihe Gran
Lodge K. of' P1. which Ilmeets in Ar
The lauk of chapin. at ciapin,
C.. was opened for business yestel
(lay. This bank has only been recent
ly organized with I.1. A. Blaekweltle
as president ain1 J. F. Honeyet
Mir. .Ii(,. M1. Kinard and CoI. WV. 11
1H11n1 retniiedl :w Friday from a tri:
to 'New York.
Mr. and Mirs. () leR. Hlolmes an
cliidrel rehrftu d ot Friday from
visit to relatives in Atlanta.
liss Daisy St-(mink is visiting Ie
s sistir. Nirs. 0. 'eli. lolmes.
Ti lHeral and News acknowled,
ge.s receipt tif invitation froml Prof
AV. S. 11et'ers'lt to the comll n leemlenl
vxet'ist.'s of' lie cuai'.et . ollegrZiab
institute which is n in logress
Prof Pet'rsin. who is president la:
m1ade quilt a 'tuccess or t.his institt
Mr. .1. 1). 8. l.ivin ston. 0tn. of th11
tKbest timizens of Newberry. has beel
extremll y ill at hi ,i. h11oriv in lown Im
M1r. A. L.. "-votl. )r Lock wood.
IGrteen & Company, Biosti'n. Mlr. It'. A.
Ilayer. l, S10 1'lh r IT'e Iresenitative
of v.otkwokld , (Green and Co.. located
at Oreenville. and Nir. A. G. Furman
of (1reenville. were in tihe city yes
terday in v1o::erentce with some of
our, bu.sineszs men. It is hioped thii
visit mieans lie building of another
mill very soon.
Nliss Cora loniniek will entertain
the Baeliclor Maids on Friday after
nwooi at 5 o'clock.
Mr. W V. Iliet, of Columbia,
Spent Snunildy inl tle city.
Mliss ,Il)ora Williamson. who lhas
been teachiing sthool at Statesville,
N. C.. returned home on Saturday.
Miss Ielen lGoggans, Who has been
Ieaching in tihe lIaurens Graded
shlool, has retried home.
Nliss 1ois (sougrans is visitiin
friemi i: ('arotte. N. C.
Beginnin with Saturdav and Con
tiuin until turf,t r nt1ice the Ii
brary will be i'pen in thle mnornllings
o::ly fr,m- l t Il 1 o'clock.
lis. 1. 11. 11t is visit ing in Bis
it. V. 11. liunt returneIed fri' Cot
lumhia on Friday.
Tihe hi' four days sale is still at
the Rilht Price 'Store of lair & Havt
inds in Isiwer' 3ain st reet, aind they
will be pleasedi to show their goods
andt tell you ablottt the remnarkably
low pric'es at which they are offering
Hion. George B. C'romer, of New
h)erry,. delivers the aniual address at
lie Alt se's Levi Memo rial Inst it utt
Mond evnin . June 3rd. Th(
of a hi'h1 mtrder. Since~ r'et irini froi
co'llete w''rkl as prtetside'nt of the New
herry'v CoIlle.g. her htas tdist iniuishie"
himtisel f i ' thet practic je of law. ani
i.hl pn.blie' ho'noris. Manyt pieopk)
br"oadle Iutunre anad ablil ity ende'a vore(
4o per-siuade himt to becomne a candl(i
-da te forii the Uniitedi Staft's Seanate lasi
summenr. Wet feel a ssured thle add res
will ibt a treat .-Mainit Times.
1 Jr. .1. 31. K iler' ad Mirs. K ihler1 lef
yeter0 day fo'r I Ha lt ior. whete D)r
Kihlr uf t at tend the cenitenia
flthr:nxiIln' o .t l i ver ( iy to
* : uthhrnd, dwhieb uncks ion. hi
Tehk.sdhi aftrnon bay ih, 197,s e
v etino ek,neerhl
illn h-is art.k M r a and .I.j
Rev.immeA w i wa i he .iinibyD.tn
Mrs. W. . inWart. Fof MUnti
wahe ill the ity ye\teani y ta
LT-Ath meain of timeriga
A BOLD AND DARING
CASE OF FORGERY
ONE OF THE BOLDEST EVER RE
1.'Checks For.!ped to Secure Money-.
t '.'elcgrai Sent and Followed by b
Which $300 is Secured. I
-- (e of the most daring, and wei
d mi-lt say. holdest cases of forgery
- t-hit thas, happened inl this section of a
tihle country took place in Newberry a
,and Columbia recently and was Only f,
discovered on Friday. v
- Mr. l. L. Crooks, who is an en
r giieer on teit' Southern railroad, and h
t who lives inl Columbia, kept. an ae- h
count with the Newherry Savin"s i
lik in the savings department. His m
c:1ecoiit amlouted to $354.69. Dur
ing Ml aI'cl a cheek or dr-aft was made ti
ol this aveount one for $100 and it
another oie tor $150. Againl in April 1)
mnot'lier draft was made for $34.69. 17
iThese drafts were cashed by the
rAank of, Columbia, bht before doing 1)
so, the olcers of the ha phoned to I
fihe Newberry Savings bank to inl- 11
p!iqire ir a dr;aft by Mr. Crooks for,w
thseamlouints would hle honlored. I
and of courst tile reply was that they 0j
Woulid. a when t last one W.as
mi-aIde covern t h. ait amount
-which was left to the e'dit of 'ir. r
Crooks, the oliers ot' tihe Savings.e
Iank presumed t1hat it was his pur
poJSe to elose ouft his a10coint as his di
ist elleek was I,or the exaWt amout
to his credit. The si,natuie as very
nme1-h like that of I1r. Crooks. In
:Iddition to4 that, it was taken for1.
ranted, o l course. that the otlicers te
tif' th( .Bank of Columbia would have s
Ir. Crooks identified before cashint
Mr. Crooks happened in Newberry fit
on Friday and was in t'he Savings th
bank, making inquiry as to his bal- hi:
ance, ard when lie was told that his p1
account was closed and what money re
he had to his credit had been drawn
oat, he was very much surprised and .
informed t'he offlicers of the bank
that if any drafts had been made
mrainst him that they were forger
ies. He was then snown the drafts
01r Clieeks and lie promptly pronoie- "
ed then forgeries. He stated that he eI'l
ha.d been rooming with Mr. Frank L.
Youngblood for t wo or three months tol
and that he was the only person who
knew anything about his having Ion- m
eV inl the Savin-s bank at Newberrv
a*nd that Mr. youillood had seen If.
his banik aeceolnt and his bank book. 01
The oflieers of the Bank of Colum
hin said that the party, who made to
tlt' drafts. broulit with him to the re]
bank the bank book o' Mr. Crooks 'Cn
anid it correspoiided with tle state-. ell
mIoit made by the otlieers of the Sav
nas ank when inquiry was made of
thenm as to the balance of Mr. Crooks. t
link intg t hese thing's tozether Mir. tht
& rooks Swore onit a wvarrant charging tht
Mr. Younigb)lood with forgery and m<
p llaced it in the hands of thte police m<i
otlicers in Newberry. fu
On the 22nd which was last Wed- of
nesday, some one came to the Wes
tern Union Telegraph oficee and filed
a telegram to the Caroina National
baink stating that ''R. L. Crooks' ti
chectk 4)n us for $ 300 is good. '' and Col
e.l thie teleramu J1. E. Norwood, a
('a hier' Newberry Savings bank and l
pail for the tele.'rami. This was late tht
it the ''venin:-. The utext mnorning wI
"'oimt one' appe)tared( at the Carolina
N at ion al haniik in Col umbia represenit -
inte himself' ats . L4. Cirooks andi in-1 fo
itutired if thle batuk had r'eceived a tel- ki
e'gramn from the cashier of the New- (Il
berry~ Savings b)ank, stating that t.he ('
cheek of R. L. Crooks would be0 hon- chi
))red for. $300, and when lie wvas i
form'ied that such a te(le3gram hiad
been't receive'd lit made the chlee'k and e
euitred th l $:00. This (1ranft ort'
he'ek was senit to the Fxehian.e bank is
a'l ialthd to it was flhe telegram. ad
he Mr ti. Sp'earmnan. ('ashier of thte "r
*s\han!l- hanktl. prute(ti(d the draft
h lis 'redit, thierefire. M'r. Spearmani:tu
mned the draft to flh' Car'liina a
- i Ntional biank.
FrIomiit thit de-ciion theii o'peraitorl
ives o'f theit parut y who filed the tele- n
.nunii ait Newherry'~ on WVednesday, it w
wais te onie, whlo sent the telegram ui
t and who collected the $300 fr'om the r
Cairolina National Batik, lHe was in
Newberry on Wednesday. b)1
Mr'. T. H. Meigh an, of thle Cairolina tI
National, w'hen lie lear'ned the facts v
-in thle ease, swor'e out a w'arraut 1)e- 'a
[. fore Magisttrate l"owles, of Riehiland, N
.char'ging Mr'. F. L. Youtngblood with p
y for'getry. This was on Satuirday, the w~
drta ft for the $300 having been pres- d<
e ented fotr paymtent and1 refused on h<
Fiday. Mr'. Mei'zhaii telegraphed w
Shteiff Bufoird on Sat urday morning a
u-ito htave Mir. Youttgblood ar'restedl andw
o 'ient the w'arriant, which r'ached the h
sheriff on Saturday afternoon nt 7. m
A DELIGHTFUL 000ASION.
:!oquent Speech by EX-Go., Hey
ward-Other Speeches at Cham
ber of Commerce Dinner.
One ol, tile most delightful and -Iie
Is'ful )an111es ever givenl iin New
% y wa- giveu last Thursday even
i_ in THlian Hlall to celebrate the
Ist aiiversary of the Chamber of
omm11erce of Newberry. That organ
.ation has done and ig doing grea-t
-ork for Newberry and its past
Aieveients, present undertaking,-s
rid future plans were pleasantly and
)cibly told by its President, Z. F.
Tright, in his introductory rematrks.
At half-past eight o'clock ithe mei
rs2 a1d thir friends assembled
I the reception rooms of
te chamber of commerce and tender
I an informal reee)tion to Goveritor
. C. lleyward who was tie guest of
ie eveiiiinr. A fter the reception the
embiehrs and -iewts repaired to the
inqiet hall where plates were laid
)r 120 people.
After the bainquet had been served
r. William E. Pelham, chairman of
ie entertainment committee, arose
id after a few eordial anil pleasant
ords of welcome introduced Mr. Z.
, rigt president of the chamber
Mr. Wrilit made a clear, stroig
i forvible addressN and presented a
view of NewheIry from its early.
ttlement down to the present day.
A tIer his address he assumed thle
Ilites of toastMiaster of the even
(overnor lleYward vas introduced
(I responided to thle toast'Imi
ation antd its beariig 11ponl thema
rial welfare of the south.'' Ilis
Mog and eloquent address upon this
actical aid imiportant subject was
esented in his usual pleasant, foree
I and convineingi manner. The fact
it his address was appreciated by
hearers was evidenced by the ap
mse with which his remarks were
There were other speakers of the
Lmning: Prof. W. A. Stuckey who
;ponided to the toast ''The city
ihe toast to ''Newberry College''
s responded to by Prof. A. J. Bow
of the Newberry College faculty.
Dr. 0. B. Mayer responded to the
kst ''Civie improvement.'' t
The toast to "The press iii the l
iterial upbuilding of our colmnon
alth'' was responled to by Ur. *.
Wallace. editor of the Newberry
All of the speeches were 1otd and
tle poiit: aid the occasii will be
nemilber-ed by- thoe who were pres
t as one of the most pficaisint and
ioyable of its kind ever had in
'I'lTe ladies of the Associate Re
rmed Preslbytrian Church served
banquet and they deserve the<
mnks and congratulations of the 2
mubers of the Chamber of corn
rce for the bounteous supper .they'
rnished andi their manner and style
Lecture by Dr. Geo. B. Cromer.
Dn last Sunday afternoon at Ceni
LI Methodist ehurch, before a large<
irregationi. Dr'. (Geo. 1B. Ciroimer gave ]
most inter'esting~ talk to mcei. He
ee'tetd for the basis of his remarks I
sneering rep)ly of Cain as to the I
iereabouts of his brother' Abel,
\m I my brother's keeper-?'' The
enker' lead for closer fellowship,
deepei' sympathy among all man- I
id. and urg~ed a high standard of
izenship for our community. No
mmumityv is better than the moral
aracter of the average of its citiz
There are three forces tihat impel~
ery man-a positive effort for
ad. a neg~ative force and t hat which
poisitively ei. It was a strong
drest's and made a dleep) impr'essionl
th large auO idiene.
'1b -k. Mr'. Youngbt~llood was ina New
rry :l:aini on Friidlay and was soin
a ''ad matiy peop le andt was ming
I' withI his friends as usual, no
diy hiav'ii-. susp)ect ed thait lie had
mte antithing' wrong, bat lie sedmsJ
have left the city Fritday after
til or ev'ening before thle warrants
ere placed in t'he hiands of any of
e omeiers, and so far as it is known
to this time he has not been ar
Mi'. F. L. Youngblood lived in New
'rry' for several years and worked in
e Newiberry cotton mills. He is a
mng man of pleasant manners and
Idre'(ss and has many fr'iends in
"iwherry. who are very much sur
rised if it should be true that he
t,uld attempt to do whiat has been.
nie in this case. About a year ago
left Newberr'y for Columbia,
here, for sever'al montly hle worked
a f'ir'emnan on the Southern Rail
ay. Latterly it is underst.ood that
has not been engaged In any work
TWO MORE COTTON MILLa
Everything L6oks That Way Nc
In Fact It is About Settled th
Two More Are to be Built.
Ther-e has beenl Considerable
inl Newberry for. son:, weeks of
bImilding." of, anothler. ot ton mnill,
vently it Iiis been rimored tint,hat I
will be two mills ~inStead of one.
opti on a certain-tract of land
already been secured for one of
mills and it i's probable that org
zation will be effected . very S
The parties interested do not car
mention the matter. in detail v
soietiniig definite has been done,
there seems little doubt that at I
one other mill of not less than. $
000 capital will be organized
work commenced in the near fut
And it is very )robable that the
ei on1C, which lias beenl talked of
some time, will also be organized x
soon. In fact it was learned yes
day afternoon that overything wa
shape and organization would be
Surrenders But Denies Guilt
Harriscn Thompson the negro
is clarged with the stealing of so
thiiig over $100 fromn tile m1oiey dri
Ir 'of 111 fridt dealer, Angelos. I
(10pes surrelnldlred yesterday 111orn
to Sherif'f Buford and is ill jail.
lenlies havinvg stolen the money
;,ays that lie was in Augusta at
time it is ( ichd thiat the 111o
Va1s stolen, 11d that his sister wi
lim that. he was cliar-ed with
lielt. He immediatel came haelk
.ewherry aill surrendered to
herviiff Inl ordJer thlat hie milght
ablish1 his innocence.
Convicted of Bartering Whiskey
Policemen Adams ancf Franklin
ast Friday iiiglit arrested Willi
lilder, a negro who is charged w
>iatering contraband whiskey. Gi
r1' Was tried before Mayor Brown
atirday morning id was filled d
Ie was represeited by Col. 0.
chiumpert, who has appealed the e
o the circuit court and Gilder
,iven bond for his appearance
A musical recital will be given
lie Newberry opera house on Jx
, for the benefit of the Presbyter
hurch under the auspices of
.adies' Aid society and the Yot
3adies' Benevolent society. The
eitainiiment will be -iven by the f
oWinm- young ladies from Augus
liss 1)elle Brantly Land. piani
bliss Miller. soprano; and Miss M
al B olack, vlinlist.
"A Trip to England.'
The leetri-e by Rev. W. E. Call
1(er for the henefit of the A. R.
hurch, w..ill be delivered in
f'ewherryv opera house on Wednest
venling of this week. The subj<
'A Trip to England.''
The following iln regard to this I
ui'e is taken fr'om the two Laur
apers, where Mr. Callender has
ivered the same lecture:
The lecture onl last Thursday ni;
>n ''A Trip to Eniglanid'' by Rev.
.Callender w'.as a success ini ey~
>ar'ticular'. The lecture pr1oved
er'taining and instr'uctive to b
he childrenci anud theC ''owvn u
nd the financial feature adi
145.00 to the exchequer of the Tra
1am1 Guards. Ther~e was a splen
iouse and the close attention and
~ellent order was a great complim
0 theC speaker.
The Rev. WV. Edw.ard Callender,
he F/piscopal e'hurceh, lectured
~ore a large and interested1 audie
it the opera house last Thur's
iight on the above subject. His
eeture was w..ell received by the
telligeiit and eult iv.ated auidit
w'ell enitert ain!ed t hat they could
11uost imaugine themelvsI.C aboarid a
mi thle del ighmt fuil voyvage aerioss
Athaiiti., so v.ividt wa''s the dlese
i'on. The eintir'e triip was folIo'
elose ly. hy Ithe audienee anad pro
t o be very~ iinstr'uctiv.e and edi fyii
Invit atins have been received
Newberiry to the we.'ddling of .'?
Ella Louise ICinar'd anid Mr. Jos
D)avis Miot iin Columbia on the e,
ing of June 4.
Miss Kinard is a daughten~ of
late John Henry Kinard for m
years a prlominenlt Merchant of
luimbia but a mnative of Newvb
county. Mr'. 'Miot is a sueces
young biusinecss man.
I wvill give a first class barb<
ill front of my home on July 4.
gunm clubs of tihe eouinty ill have
test amnd there will b)e speakinug
Jno. P. Wicke
1W- 1iss Mayme Swittenberg Shares ]
at First Honor With Frank Hipp
Graduates and Subjects.
talk -Thle graduatjtin g. elass at N\ewb-lerry
tle college comlcted tihe filral examinail
Re- tionm sonh days ago an d.It the sub
liere .Iects for their . graduatig speoches
The were assigned. The first honor was
has divided between Mr. Frank Hippi and
the Miss Mayme Swittenberg, both .of 4
ani- Newberry. The .iubject for the es' c
oon. say, which is a requirement by every I
e to member of the class, is ''The Obli- 4
ifil gatiolns of Edpeated Men."
but The following subjects have been (
east assivned for commencement ora- 1
and. A. W. Ballentine, The P resent
uite. Crisis ill France.
l- iss Nora ickley, Domestic
'cr Miss thyl Bowers, Vitae 'Ilnude.
o. i. Capplenaun, Jr., Tihe Torches
oa 0f Hcavenl.
J. F. Crouch, The Witchery of
Mfiss Myrtle Dennis, The Influ
ence of the Iingividual.
A1o Miss Lucile Dickert, The Price of
I i,. L. Halfacre, The Debt of This
Generation to America.
J. 0. Havird, Books.
md W. F. Hipp, Fron Clod to Coil
Iey 0. C. Kibler, The Hague Confer
the 1. E. Long, The Substance of
to Thin-.4s Hoped For.
thet, W. E. MIonts, The Transition of
cs- the South.
G. W. Nichols, The Duty of the
P. E. Shealy, The Railroads at V
itl Miss Mayme Swittenberg, Dangers
id- That Threaten Our Republic.
Oil R. L. Swittenberg, The College
L. Miss Mabel Tarrant, The Value of C
ias T. P. Wicker, Sectionalism.
NEWEERRY GRADED SCHOOL.
Closing Exercises June 7.--Sixteen
at Graduates-Address by Presi
tme dent J. S. Moffatt.
time The Herald and News is in receipt
mng of a very neat and very pretty invi
an- tation to the comencceement exercises
oi- of the Newberry Graded School. The
ta: exercises will be held in the opera
st; house by the graduating class on the
er- evening of June 7. There are sixteen
members of tile class this year.
The address will be delivered by
President J. S. Moffatt of Erskine
- College at Due West. Dr. Moffatt is
PI one of tie stro.ngest men in the state
the anId hie will be wvelcomed to Newber
*ay ry and greeted b)y a large and app)re
et, ciative auldience.
The following are in tile graduat
ee- ing class this year:
mns Annie Laurie More Ray, Sallie Bell
:le- Buford, Daisy Irving Harp, Mattie
Bell Perry, Verna Louise Summer, '
ghlt John HIenry Baxter, Carrie Bell West,
W. Elizabethl Copeland Earhardt, Ver
ary non1 Burnard. Fellers, Rebecca Mallon,
en- Sarah Sondley Caldwell, Emma Mae
tht Fuimer, Banna Green. Lillianl Ger'
s'' t rude Smith, Lucile Inez Fellers,
led Irene Oi'ier.
ex-d MR. 0 McR. 1iOLMES INJURED.
ent Will Bring Suit Against Electric G
Road of Atlanta for, Injuries
of ; Caused by Car.
b)e-. Mr. 0. McR. Holmes, duiring his
nee visit to Atlanta recently, wvas t.hrlown
lily from the street car' and1 very severely B
rine injured. The car had stopped and
Inl- *just as lhe wats aboult~ to dismiouint it
>rs5, .suddenly sIutred, thlrowing him to
al- thte asphalt palvemnent, injuring his
hlp bacIk and1( (Ither. wise b)ruisinhg him ulp.
the Thle fortnat par111 I1t oIf it is that. he is
Mr 3i. I lohnells has1 emloyed the law
ved firm1 lIf Tlye & 1 Bryan, of Atlanta. IIo
bImIIet snIlt againist tile street r'aiilway
comanyiI~ for damages. It, w~as 'evi
denatly a case of purhie carelessness inll
in startling the ear off before he had got
fiss tell from the pllatform to tihe ground
ephI and1 thuls causing tile accident.
the Sheriff Buford hlad anothler dump
any ing- of contraband liquor oIn Satur
Co- day He did not attempt to burn
n'ry tis, hilt simply poidred it out on the 3
fui grounid. There were about eighlt gal
ions ini quarilts, and ill one, two anId
thIree gallon ,jugs. This had been1 oil
ihanmd for thirty dlays.
cue0 Tile r'emarkable par't about these
rile seizures is that iio 0one has put 'iln a
~on- claim for the returnil or any wvhiiskey
by seized by the sheriff. Tile conluion, I
therefore, is that it was all conltra
r. band and noto eronal- use.
Tuesday, May U, 11U7.
The Local Market.
ieat .. .. . . 9 to 12
fam s... 16 to 18
3est Lard . .. 13
lest N. 0. Molasses . ... 60 to 7t
"ood M. 0. Molasseb .. . 35 to 40
leal.. ...............75 to 80
Jixed Chicken Fo,)d .... 00
lay ..............1.35 to 1.50
st Patent Flour ......4.50 to:5.00
nd Patent Flour.. .. ..4.00 to 4.40
4ood Ordinary Flour... .3.50 to 4.00
ugar ....'.......... .5 1-2
tice ............. 5to8 1-3
offee Roasted 1......... 15
,offee, Green ........ 10 to 20
lotton Seed meal 1.40
loultry ..1...... ..10c. lb.
irst Class Laundry Work.
Best in the South.
Newberry, S. C.
I CENTA WORD.
1o advertisement taken for less
ian 25 cents.
7ANTED-Energetic lady or gontle
man for traveling position. Good
line. Perman ien.t position. Splendid
chance for advancement. Experi
enee unnecessary, $12 weekly to
start. Expenses advanced. Address
G. G. Clows, Newberry, S. C.
7ANTED: You to call on Broaddus
and Ruff for cigars, tobacco, cig
arettes, stationery, extracts, soap,
chocolate, candy, &c. See advertise
ment on another page.
OFFINS-CASKETS, Mrs. L. M.
Counts, undertaker, Prosperity, S.
C. Prompt attention given to or
ders a.t any .hour.
TOP! THINK! Cotton is still king.
Buy real estate. We have desir
able property for sale ii town and
country. See us before selling or
buyi,ng. Wheeler and Dominick,
Real Estate Agents,
Ofce Wheeler Building, Prosper
ity, S. C.
rANTED-To rent small house, or
3 or 4 rooms for light housekeep
ing. Address, House,
care Farmers Oil Mill, City.
'ANTED-The public to know that
I am sawing some fine timber, and
aim 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.
'ATD-..Small Cottage, conveni
ent .to business section. Write, stat
ing terms, Box 118, Newberry, p. C.
ANlTED-Our customers to know
that we are again openi for-buisiness
at our same old stand with a clean
newv stock of fresh groceries. Phone
us your orders, Phone 205.
1m. Hayes & Co.
REENWOOD LUMBER and Bob
bin Mfg. Co.,. Greenwood, S. C.
Manufacturers of doors, sash,
blinds, flooring, ceiling, mouldings,
etc. Mill work a specialty.
BFORE BUYING or selling a farm
or any property, wvrite The Carolina
Realty and Trust Company,
if 2taw.Bishopville, S. C.
0OR SALsE--Thirty or~ for'ty thous
and feet yellow l)ine ceiling and
fl>oring, ready tu lint up, $17.00
per~ thousand feet C. o. b. Lecesvi lIe,
S. C. Bill around, framing sized,
$15.50 per 1000.
Lieesville Lumber Co.,
Leesville, S. C.
7A.NTED-Your1 orders for lime and
cement. The best the market af
fords. A large stock alwvays on
hand. Send us your orders.
VANTED-The public to kniow that
we have just received a fresh sup
ply of poultry feed. Every body
that has used our Purnia feed
praises it. None better. Give us a
1taw 4t Summer Bros.
(EW OXFORDS for ladies, misses,
and children just in at Wootpn.