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The Movements of Many Pt
Nowborrians and Those Who
Mrs. P. E. Scott entertained a
friends at Bridge on Thuirsday m<o
ing in honlor of Miss Mabel Met
of Coneord, N. C.
Mr. Harvey Cabaiiss left onl.
-ur(lay for his home inl Georgia.
-Miss Sadie Stackhoutse, who
been visiting Mrs. 14. M. Evans,
.returned to her home in Columbia.
Mr. J.. 0. Martin, who spent a I
days inl the city last week, left
Charleston oil Saturdly.
P1rof'. Charles It. Kieklighter 1,
for his home in Atlanta onl Satur
The library has just received
nber of iew boolks aid magazill
mid will have in iother lot this we
Misses lila, Lois and (Carrie 1
ell returned yesterflay to their ho
in Coltihbia, after at very pleatsa
visit to M1liss Estelle Stewart.
Miss Lolise WIl-pon. who I
been visitlil Nl iss EsleHe Slewa
has rettirned to her home inl Colm
Mr. Vietor Means, who visit
iienids inl the city last week. has
tilrled lo'hlisis home in Concord, N.
M.. .Jlohnstone Coppock left
1Satu11rdfay f'or Ricmmlillol. Va., Wile
he has neepted a position.
-Mr. and Airs. J. K. Aull rettirn
from the Isle of Palms yesterlay.
Mr. T. L,ake CelY, of GreenviE
--pent Sunday in the city.
Miiss Bessie Se'1111pert return
from the Isle of Palms yesterday.
Miss Pauline ("ilder Iet't today .'
nateshii, ~where she will i tlendl 0
marriage ofi her friend. Miss Ma
Mr. James T. Owen. who spent il
week in Newherry, left for St. Mi
thews oil Friday.
The tric'ils of Mrs. .James M. S
ber will be glad to learn that h
operaltion a1 the Colmbia Ilospit
ws slive(s4.11 and she is doing." nh
1-; :114 will Il- able to urn li'lme
Mrs. CIld T. l>Yd. who has t-q
visiting Airs. 1. . Hals and NIl
S. W. PIrYor, le't Yesten-laY for11 hv
formerul hom[Ie at IUnionl. Nlr. Bom
Ah4) has hell ill husiness in 1in
has bowu-ht 41ut a 'rroeery% f'irm1
Newberry and moved (here about
week a_o.--t'hvster 11antCern.
4'ity co4u1neil. at its Imleetiing
'Fridy nit)stlmlled atfilln tpy
Ilhe extelnsion oF the fire limits un
zhe regular. meeting. which is to
fild - . W e litesday Ii-ht of
NIis, ltta Nhne West and1 Nliss W
lie IHIurmlou of Sallida spent Tuesl
ni:ht with Nliss Lillie Nlae Buzhai
and attended the coilile,11eemjelit
Misses Hattie Suber. Willie Ix
riek and Fannie Van Sait of Ir.
spent t he panst week w'it IiNiiss I i I
Mis- .l:ie( Campbdell. of .Talap:i. hi
reitur ined hi'oe fter' a1 pla"ant vi:
tt Nli-s Lillie Mae Buzhardt's.
SMALL COTTON FIRE.
Cotton In Warehouse at Newber
Mill Burns-Loss Covered by
T he'i warehuse' oft the Newher'ln
re I l'l i last Sait t'lrday moii
Ther wer abonut t600 bales ofI 'ot 1<
stored't illn t' wiar'ehliose. and11 juI
fiftyV ori sevet-iveofthese5 we
diamna2ed by the' fir'. the lo)ss no(t C
duist how the tirec ocrigzi ina td Preit
dent WNrightI says lie does not k,no
The bibliing is suppliced withI autoen
tit' spri.uk lers an twiith I the good wci
of' 1 thfilre101 depatmenit th Iiftlan
C~ards are'( (lit aiinlouncling the mfl
ringe of Dri. Rober't Moffatt Kenne
a.nd Miss Bess'ie Renwick Carlim
which wvillI take' place on the~ eveni
.nf June 26, at the home' of the birid
'pa-rents, Mr'. and Mr's. Milton I
'derson Car'lisle at a quarter of ei1
Dr. Kennedy is a young dent
who came to Nowberry a fewv ye
ago to .practice his protfession, and1(
.his sill and gentlemanly bearing,l
smade mnlay friends in his adop
!homie, whlo wvill wish himi anid
!lbride long life and happiness.
Miss Carlisle is the secon<d dan
'ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Carli
She is a graduate of Iyue West
male College and a telanted mn
cian, and has a host of fi'iends
Newborry and throughout the at
ple Pubic Service Corporation to
frosm Saludiv. via Newberr,
Union in Six Years.
ew 'ity council at its meeting
In- night adopted anlt ordinlance
is, eally inl aceoid with the (ile
wa-Is submlitted by thle Public
at- Corporation of South Carolina,
synopisis of which was prin
ias The Ilerald and News some whi
ins Mr. A. W. Kelsey, represon'ti
Plublic Service Corporation, a
'ew ed befoire counnil in behalf
for fancise which his company
seeking. Tile frainelifse is perj
-It but pr ovides iat active work 1
t.Y. 4,11omm11le:1eed ( lt tlie proposed- r
a inl tlie town witlinl t.wo year,
es, 1 tat t road is to le colipletm,
Sk. Salunda C. 11. to Newberiy, an(I
w- Newbeiry to 1nion in six yearg
nC Only two streets are designat,
ut o wliclh tihe road may be buil
fr1-anlehise rts tle r-oad tihe
a t lit iil I i! lb>n a y str*eet a]
' Adamis st rvei. Th1e- -,sea seeis
to (m in h'omn Sainda along
diry street to Adans street,
t(ie out Adans street by tih
0:le, and oil to Wiitniire. Thii
C' road tiat is very nuli neede6
"if' the PuIblie Ser-vice CorpIo
Il Imee.ys blsinless and will bilil
road fron I'nion to Saluda fli
NI will have a paying enterprise
ti leginnng, and the road e
le, built at a nimininni of cost.
ANOTHER NEWBERRY FOI
ir Unknown Man Attempts to Hav
1 gus Check Cashed at 'Newbe
"i- National Bank.
st NewberrY. Junie 15.-A fo
t- afler the Frank Youngblood pa
was attenpted -on the National
nIL of this eity yesterday. The tele
er. at the batnk iran vam uni1( the talk
al flie otlierl end cliimed to be Mi'.
('- Joiws. a merchviant whio is d1o
ill iliev blsinless i) the inill villag-e
foi-!vr staeil that he was Mr.
131m had sent a little ne'io w
'teeek on himself for $25 and f<
hr hank to eash it. Sliortlv aftetr
d a liltl' nerI'll sieppell inl withl
, d le wa-z 4t4hl to wait a few
in, vnlk. bunt inl thw mepantimei left.
a The bank ait lorities tied tc
p Mr. JoIes at his store and It
no teleplhone. Shortly after'war'
II supposed Mr. Jones,1 rang up
til hank and asked if the cheek lai
e paid an( oni being told that i
i not saidl he would send ;t back
it was all riLht and to pay it.
tew Imlomlents anlother little
I. Mepped in with the cheek and
dt int! asked wlere Mt. Jones w
m said in a store linar the bant
walked out. So neither negr(
r-for..er. was caugh-It. Mr.1 O. J.t
thItile ierehant. was seen after
. and1 knew tnothiing of thte affair.
i LITTIE MOUNTAIN OIL M
'Stock of Little Mountain 0OE
to be Increased--Good Suri
k. on Hand.
The st4ockhlolder ls (of t he oil mi
Lit tle Moiuntini hldlt thetir i
"f int. on ln-I Fr-idav. Mr'.
ryl4) itab in a(cted. as chairmatn ar
D). ('hapmnan as seecretary-. The r
ft the seetary and231( thresustrer mf
fine showing~ f'or thle matnageme
i'3 t he mill durinig tihe past yeai
'( whiilec ai prit of evei- teni per
mwas a3va*ilable, the stockholders<
'n' (41 to plaice it to the ciredit of thi
ire plhis funtd, which fiund nowv am
X- to $1.724.
Th'ell~ follolwing b)oard4 if dirn
w- Wess'iiner. .1. AndrewiQII Shtealy,
1- Shealy, J1. M. Sease an,1l A. L A
Theli~ boar3 id elected .J. 1B. Der-ri
prsiden('it and3( J. ('. Epti.ng as
tary and t resitrer' and A. H. F
Mr'. M. A. Carlisle, ptesidet<
Nationali Bank of' Newber-ry, r
r- sItockhtolder in the mill, w'as pi
(13 at the tme(etinig and( 'ommtetnded
,highly the most exeellent manag<
s ftemill dur:iig the paist ye
n- Wits decided to incriease the e
ht stoc4k from $20,009 to $30,000.
It is also very gratifying toi
sI, the excellenit condlitinti in whiel
property is as shownt by reports,
ims wercle submited at the annual me
ted This is evidence of most ext
his miantagemeint oin the part of thos
have had charge of the mill.
'ic If it be true that ''povert3
sicrime,'' w~hat about the wvrotel
i nn neitheir take a trip to Euroi
ito. buy an naoc.. ths..mer
TO WiDEN B I,
Build And Extend It Into 'lhun.-N(
r to Is the Time forthis
In Fri- 0ity council has arranged to t
practi- cure the livid from Mr. B. F. (iogga
which whieh is necessary to extend P'rie
)ervice street into Calhoun streat. calloi
and a street fronPratt to'Friend street W.
ted in be widened oin the west side so as
Ie ago. permit, a nice sidewalk and put it
Ig the line with the sidewalk on the nor
ppear- side of Pratt street. Efforts are aL
)f the being made to widen Friend stre
was from Caldwell to Calhoun so as
>etual. anike of it a street forty feet wil
vill be It is understood that the properl
xilway owners almig this street aie c-o-ope
s and ating with the city counell and th
f ron this street will be widened witlhoi
from imtiel trouble. This will bq a great a
vantage to the city as w6ll as to thoi
d up- who owin property along the sireet.
i. The It will be recalled that all of tl
right houses from Adams street to Cal
uil in well on either side of Friend stre
to he were destroyed in the fire, with tI
Boun- excePtion of the residence of Mr
Aid Cook. The widening of this- street
e col- a very important matter and will ad
I greatly to the appearance of it a
and well as enhance the value of the pr
ration perty on either side, au-d it is gratilf.
I this ino to know that the efforts to wide
st it it are meeting with the approval i
from the property owners. It is hope
he that there will never be another ot
portunity such as exists at present t
have tfhis street widened. By this it i
meant to say that we may never liat
LGER a fire again that will sweep all c
the buildings on this st.reet or an
e Bo- other stretitne eli 789$0..N6U..C1
rry other street in the city.
tiern.' The Civic Association will meet o
bank Wednesday aftrnoon, At five o'cloet
l at. the chamber of commerce.Memb1ot
er at will please bear in mind.
All conrtibutors to the ''Civie Ca
endar'' are asked to bri.ng their -Juni
on(t riblit ions. Not all the dues fe
May ha1ve been t urned in, and t0i
ith a president requests that these, too, l
ehlek Rev. Richard CarroU.
mom- The l?ev. Richa:rd C[arroll spok
Sunday at both services at the Bet]
ring lehem Baptist church to a large au(
e had ience. His discourses were listenled t
I the with very great attention. The ..;lit
the friends who came to hear.imn m
been have gone away impressed wi4.h t
t had dead-earnestness of the man .o hel
that up lift the whole people. He will. V
Tn a turn to Newberry on Thursday, Jun
negro 20, 07, and speak at 8.30 o'clock, 1
ii be- m. at. the Bethlehem church on t1i
is he relation of the coolred man to tli
and white man and vice versa. or ''Vi.
nor ions of the Sunny South.'' Ever
Fones, colored man within twenty mik
vards arou,ni ought to hear this lecture.
-The very cordial invitation is extendedt
all our white friends. Seats will I
prepared for them. B. L.
COMMON PLEAS COURT.
ilus Jury Not to be used Next Week-N
.. Court this Week Before Wed
ill at - -
mnual. The court of generp I sessions ai
7'. P. journed on last Friday4 afternoon ad
*d H. ter doing a very full week's wor
eport withI Special Judge Grier presiding
ado a The common pleas court was t
nt of have convened yesterday, but by
and greement of the bar' the court wi
cent niot 1)e openred until tomorrow -morr
TAO ing. Ini the meantime the bar ha
lecid- also adopted a resolution, whiic
surl- agree to have no common piea
ounts, court next week, though a jury wa
draw,n for. that purpose some tim
'etors, ago by request of the Newberry bar.
The 1Herald and News said at th
I. W. ftime that there was no necessity ft
J1. E.' this second week jui-y as there we
ull. Irarely ever occasion Por a commo)
ek as p)leas jury for as long a time as ori
oere- week. This is a very busy seaso
healy i'or our people who live in the rurn
districts, anid it would have bee
if the great inconvenience for those to a
Iso a tend( court for two weeks. Of coure
'esent there has already been considerab'
expense attached to the drawi,ng <
ver'y jury for the second 'week, but it is
amenit wise action wvhieh gives noti'e thi
ir. It there will be no court next webk.
apital It is said Judge Watts will be hei
to hold the court this week.
i this T9 Spend Summer Abroad.
which ~Miss Agnes Summer will leave froi
etn.Newberry next Monday for an e3
' ende trip to Germany, Scotlan<
ellent England, Italy and Switzerland. S11
B who will lerive Newberry with Miss Staol
of Columbia, and from here wvill a
to Baltimore, where they will b
is a joinedl by a party, ani from whie
tha city they will sail for tTieir Europef
tour'. The trip will take about thrs
>e nor imontlis andl a most delightful Itity'
rary has been irranged.
TQ VRYBY mTS.g
w Prepartory to Building Elqtrd Rail
way in 0ity.-Work to be
Done at Once.
e- Mr. H. li. Parr and those associat
is td with him in the street car system
ad for Newberry, a charter for which
Im was secured from the e ity some
ill weeks ag(, have made arrangemoits
to with Lockwood, Green & Company
in for the services of Mr. Thayer at
Ih Greenville, who will make a survey
;o of the streets of the city with a view
et to commencement of . work on this
e. One of the first things necessary to
y the building and the- operating of a
r- street ear line in Newberry is to se
it cure the necessary horse power front
it some water power which is near
l- enough to the city to have tli.: power
ie transmitted. There are two or three
horse powers oait Broad river within
le reach of Newberry, and some on Sa
I- luda river,, any one of which would
,t furnii3h sufficient power for the pu'r
e pose of operating a street car line
s. in Newberry, but none of these have
is yet beet developed. It is presumed
d of course that some one of these will
L. be developed in the near future and
i- that those persons who are interested
in- the street ear.line for Newberry
n will be able to 'make a'riangements
f with tie owners of this horse power
d by whilch they may obtain the power
for the street ears. The faet that
o work is to be commenced int making
s the survey tneessar- to the 'ui"ding
c of thtis line is evidence that the water
f powers on some of these streais ad
y jacent to Newberry will be developed
4 in the near future.
In Loving Remembrance of My Darl
ing Niece, Miss Lou Harmon.
'Tis one year ago this fifteenth lone
ly June day
The angels came and took our darling
s Lou away,
And Oh thle loneliness, thle sorrow and
c I,ve been made to shed inl this one
e 'Tis often I can hear her sweet. ten
e dler voice
Singing and playing those sweet
songs site loved so dear.
Farewell dear Lou, a long and fond
Heaven holds thee now a ransomed
o We yield thee to thy rightful own
e er, God,
t Whose wondrous grave and mercy
e led thee there.
p Too gentle to remain with life's
e Our Father saw 'twas best to take
e And hold within His sheltering arms,
e Where sin can ne'er molest nor sor
y So sad, so sad, it was to depart from
j Dear Lord not our will but Thine.
o Asleep iin Jesus, Thine is blissful rest,
e Awake in Heaven; 'tis no surprise.
Thou art dead to sorrowv, pain and
Alive to joy and bliss that never
Again dear Lou, farewell,
'Tis we shall meet at our King's
Help uts dear Lord, take heed and
wateht and pray
To reach that happy land,.
And then whetn we in heaven shall
'And walk by the still white sea,
Dear Lou will knowv our voices across
0f God 's great whtite throne; good
,sbye dear Lou.
Your devoted aun-t,
s Janie Robertson.
e New Ohair Oars.
We hope that the traveling p)ublic
e will sutfilciently appreciate thte ae
r. tion of the Southern Rail'*y in put
a5 ting on parlor-cars between Columbia
n andl Waihalla to patronize these cars.
e The fare is very cheap and the com
n fort and conivenlience, not to speak of
I thme safety, make thte fare, whtich it
n costs, a wvise investment to those w~ho
- travel. The extra cost between New
e berry and Columbia is only 25 cents
.e and from Columbia to Walhalla thte
f fare is only 75 cents.
a Thte Herald and News spoke of the
it Tasmania in last Tuesday's paper. The
Niobe, which is the other car on this
e run and which is in charge of Capt.
Porterfield, is also a very handsome
car. It is understood that these oars
are built so as to be used as cafe cars
and all thtat is necessary is to stock
thtem. If this were done, it would add
Ivery much to the comforf, and con
venience of passengers.
o Olinton and Mollohon.
e Thte Clinton 'base1 ball teams cross
h ed- bats at Clinton on Saturday after
n' noon. Thte resutlt of the game was a
e Jscore of 2 to 1 in favor of Mollohon.
t- Thte feature of the galne was a home
rua1 by Scurry.
A Most Delightful German Uid h
Thalian Rall 10at Week.
The anticipations and pleasures of
commencement have passed into the
realm of memory. TI sweet girl gra.
duates and sturdy youths have left
the sheltering arms of their alima ma
ter and gone forth to face the world
Priends 'have come from far aun
near, a.nd there have been drives and
teas and dinners and receptions,'bul
the gaiety of the week reached its
height in the annual commencement
german danced in Thalian Hall or
Thursday evening. Many a young
heart grew fpint at the thought of
the *bei iteiing new gown when the
heaivy I rops of rain began to fall in
the afternoon, but tihe clouds lifted
aid the evening was all that could
have been expected. There was a
large ujimber of couples, but the hall
being a spacious one, the floor was
not crowded to discomfort. Every
body seemed in just the right humoi
for dancing, and the music was so en
ticing t4hat no one could resist. The
German Club members consider them
selves very fortunate in securing the
services of the Comstock Orchestra
of Greenville, which will go immed
iately to Chicks Springs to fill an
engagement for the season.
The music and the partner makes a
danc(, so if any one failed to enjoy
Thursday evening, they must score it
against bhe latter. It was a tie be
tween the long, ryt-hmical swing of
the waltzes and the catchy music of
,The German was gracefully led by
Mr. 0. F. Wearn -and Mis Glover of
The following couples participated:
Miss Laura Bowman with Mr. J. C.
Goggans; Miss Florence Bowman
.with Mr. Roy Jones; Miss Willie
11inely, of Madison, Fla., with Mr.
F. S. Long; Miss Bess Gilder with.Mr
Robert Mayes; Miss P'auline Gilder
withi Mr. Thad W. Coleman. of Whit
mire: Miss Genevieve Evans with
ivith Mr. F. H. Dominick; Miss Cath
ille Evans with Mr. W. C. Tyree;
Miss Juanita Evans with Mr. Tench
Boozer; Miss Maud Fant with Mr. J.
T. Owen, of Elloree; Miss Maude
Langford with Mr. L. G. Eskridge;
'Miss Mayme Burks with Mr. F. R.
Fellers; MUiss Ethyl Bowers with Mr.
S. B. Bowers, of Prosperity; Miss
Lulie Hunt with Mr. G. W. Harmon,
of Prosperity; Miss Sadie Stackhouse,
of Columbia, witAi Mr. P. F. Gilder;
Miss Glover, of Nashville, Tenn., with
Mr. 0. F. Wearn; Miss Lois Fant
with Mr. J. K. Vance; Miss Minnifee
Blease with Mr. Richard Burton;
Miss Sanders, of Greenwood, with Mr.
J. B. Boozer, of Columbia; Miss Ruth
Trabert, of Minneapolis, Minn., with
Dr. J. K. Gilder, Jr.; Miss Caroline
Pool with Mr. Graham Smith, of
Chappells; Miss Mabel Means, of
Conco-d, N. C., with Mr. C. P. Pel
ha-m; Miss May Reid, of Chappells,
with Mr. Thad Houck; Miss Mary
Todd, of Laurens, with Mr. W. C.
Bynum; Miss Anhie Suber, with Mr.
Will Elmor-e, of Whitmire; Miss
Lalla Powell, of Columbia, with Mr.
William Cappelman, of Charleston;
Miss Lois Powell, of Columbia, with
Mr-. A. B. WVise, of Prosper-ity. Stags:
Messrs. Johnstone Coppock; H. W.
Dlominick; Robert Holmes; W. A.
Stuckey; Victor Means, of Concoird,
N. C.; F. Z. Wilson; A. M. Smith,
Chiappells; E. A. Wood; Mr. Simpson,
Laurens; H. H. Evans; 0. F. Claus
sen, Augusta; J. D. CQappelman, Char
lestoni; M. L. Spearman; Dr. A. S.
Wells, Minaneapoliis, Minn; .J. E. Mar'
tin, Jr-., Charleston ; Wmn. Furlough,
Columbia, Chaperous: Mr'. and Mr-s.
R. H. Wright; Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
Aull; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Welling;
Mr-. and Mr's. C. B. Mar-tin ; Mr'. and
Mr-s. P. E. Scott; Mir. and Mis. S. B.
Aull; Mr-. and Mi-s. F. A. Schumper-t;
Mr. and Mis. FA M. Evans; Mr. and
Mirs. A. T. Brown; Mi. and Mi-s. C. .J.
Puricell; Mir. and Mr's. H. B. Wells;
Mi-. and Mrs. C. L. Trabert, Mi:n
neap)olis, Minn.; Dr. and Mr's. J. 0.
Wells, Minneapolis, Min.; Mir. and
Mrs.. F. R. Hunter; Dr. and Mrs. C.
D). 'Weeks; Mr's. J. C. Hunter, of At
lanta; Dr. J. K. Gilder.
We will give a first clhds barbecue
at West End ball ground, July 4th.
The public is cordially invited to at
G. W. Hiller.
Jas. E. Shealy.
NOTIOB-! will give a first class
bai-beeue at my residence just be
low the new court house on July 4,
1907. I will sell meat and hash at
3t J. M. Counts.
LOST-Gold watch charm with lpt
ters J1. G. W. engraved on face.
Fiander please return to this omfie.
The Local Market.
at . .. .. . . . . to to$
16 to 1
Best Lard .. ..........
Best N. 0. Molasses . 60 to 70
Good M. 0. Molasses 35 to 40
Corn .............. 85
Meal ................ 85
Mixed Chicken Food 90
Hay ..............1.35 to 1.50
Ist Patent Flour ......5.00 to 5.25
2nd Patent Flour ......4.50 to 4.75
Good' Ordinary Flour... .3.40 to 4.0
Sugar .. .... .... 5
Rice .... ...... ....5to8 14
Coffee Roasted ........ 15
Coffee, Green .. .. ... 10 to 20.
Cotton Seed meal 1.40
Eggs ..... ..... .. 20
Poultry.... .. .... 10oc. lb.
First Class Laundry Work
Best. In the South.
Newberry, S. C.
I CENT A WORD.
No advertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
FOUND-On college campus first
honor badge with the initials, "T.
L. A., 1904." Owner can get same
by calling at this office.
Wire dish covers, keep the flies
out, all sizes at Anderson 10c. Co.
FISH ROE-just received fresh lok
of Old Vergno Breakfast Roe. 15
cents a can.
Jelly Glasses 30c. per dozen at
Anderson- 10c. Co.
MILOH COWS FOR SAL,-aood
butter and milkers. Apply to
S. B. Aull.
Get your fruit jars and jelly glas
ses at Anderson 10e. Co.
WILL SAVE YOU BIG MONEY on
the following: Minslins, Dimities,
Laces, &c., also gauze underwear
and oxfords and hosiery, at
GREENWOOD LUMBER and Bob
bin Mfg. Co.,. Greenwood, S. C.
Manufacturers of doors, sash,
blinds, flooring, ceiling, mouldings,
etc. Mill work a specialty.
Nothing purer or more delicious
than "Jones' quAlity Ice Cream,"
served at Jones' Restaurant, the pop
ular refreshment place for both sezes
of all ages. .
BEFORE BUYING br selling a farm
or any property, write The Carolina
Realty and Trust Company,
tf 2taw.Bishopville, S. C.
The ladles rave over "Jones' qual
ity Ice Cream," served at Jones'
FOR SALE-Thirty or for'ty thous
anld feet yellow'-pine ceiling and
fJnoring, ready to put up. $17,00
per thousand feet f. o. b. Leesville,
S. C. Bill around, framing sized,
.$15.5 per 1000.
Leesville Lumber Co.,
-Leesvijle, S. C.
"Jones' quality Ice Cream'--pure
and delicious, served at Jones' Re
TEACHER WANTED-F~or the St.
Pauls school. Salary $40.00 per
month. The trustees will meet' on ~
June 28, 1907. For further informa
tin apply to Mr. J. B. Bedenbaugh,
secretary of the board, Pomat-la,-S.
JUST RECEIVED a fresh shipment
of breakfast Roe, also fresh line
of cakes and crackers. Phone us
your orders early. Phone 206.
Hayes and Co.
We will give a first class barbece
at the residence of D. El. Halfaore'
near St. Philips church, July 18th.
Music will be furnished by the JolIy
Street String Band. The pul$lie- is
cordially invited to attend and enjoy
a good 'ee
:D. El. Halfacre.
00FFINS-CASKBTS, Mrs. L. M.
Counts, undertaker, Prosperity, 5.
C. Prompt attention given to or.
dlers at any hour.4