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t he Moveinepts of Many People I
NOwbreians aid Those Who
There will be preaching at the Lu
theran Church of the: Redeemer next i
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The r
sgrmon will be preached. by the Rev.
J. J. Long. (
Mr. W. H. Whitlock, of Clinton,
has come to Newberry to engage in a
the business of painting, decorating t
an( paper hanging. Mr. Whitlock .al- e
ready has several contracts and thor
oughly understands. his busincsi. a
Those who desire his services may for r
the prestnt leave their orders at Sum- 0
mer Brothers or William Johnson's. N
Mr. E. C. Sonnenberg, the baker,
used his new -oven for the first time t
on Wednesday. It works beautifully a
and lie is now prepared to serve his e
customers with good bread and any
thidg in his line. He will get into o
his new building in a few days. It is f
a very nice buildng and well adapted o
for the purposes for which he desires V
to use it. His bakery is below in the a
basemei.t and the store room in the a
front. He will use the upstairs as a e
resid ice and the entire building is r
fittr up with all of the modern con- s
/ Mr. Auierle Schum)ert, of Colum- s
bia, is in) the city. P
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ialtiwanger c
and Miss Vernessa Williams left on t
Tuesday for the Jamestown exposi- h
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Trabert, Miss |
Dorothy, and Miss Ruth Trabert left c
Tuesday night for their home in if
Minneapolis, Minn. They will visit |t
the exposition for a few days.
Messrs. James L. Aull and Alvin u
Wright have gone to Edgefield and ti
Greenwood counties for a ten days tl
MIrs. J. P. 'Mahon atl M11isS Lulie
Itint spent a l'ew days in Greenville '
this .eek. 'r
Mrll. T. E. 1M io'C lm i,isil.
visiting his siter. .\rs. A. T. Brown.
.Iiss 11a1ude Lawnt'ord entertainled
the FiA Maker;s last eveini-.
Mrs. W. 11. (Crwile returned yes- V
terday from Greenville, where she has
been vi.1iting friends for several r
Mrs. Kate Monts, of Little Moun- i
tain, and Mrs. Mary Bobb, of Pros- n
perity, are visiting Mrs. J. L. Aull at
Dyson, S. C. In
Miss Mabel Means, the guest of
Mis-s Nannie McCaughrin, left ~for y
her home in Concord, N. C., yester- 1:
Mr. C. E. Summer is attending the ,
Banker's convention in Charleston|1
this week. t
Dr. James K. Gilder, Jr., will leave e
today for Anderson to stand his ex- t
aminations before the State Board. c
Mrs. A. J. Sitton, who has beei
visiting relatives and friends in the
city, returned to her home in Autun
on Wednesday. |
Mr. Edwin A. Cai'lisle is in the
city to attend the Kennedy-Carlisle ~
Thle Woman 's Home andi Foreign ~
Missionary society of the Church of a
the Redeemer' will met Monday, 1st
of July. at half p)ast five o'clock at|
the home oif Mrs. E. R. Hipp. The|
members are urged to attendl.
Mr'. .John CI. Goggans, Si'., ha~s gonel
to D)allas, Tlexas. to v'isit r'elatives.|t
Dri. and Mi's. .J. 0. Wells and Dr'.l
Amos Wells left on Tuesday for their|I
home in Minneapolis, Minn., going|
via the Jamestown etxposition. |
Miss L~ulai Moseley is visiting at |I
Mi'. M. A. Carlisle's. j
Mr'. S. II. McClr'e, of Knoxville,t
Tfennt., is in the city.
Mi's. (eorge S. Mowei' ha.s i'etur'ned
home v'ery much impr)ioved in health.
Mi's. T. W. Sloan and Miss Bernice
Manutin ar'e in New York on a ~visit.
Mr's. 0. E. Johnson and family, of
Oharlestotn, ai'e spending the summer
.with heri fat heir Mr. S. P. Boozei'.
Miss Blanelie Davidson left vester'
lay to visit her sister in Blackville.
Odd Fellows Ba.rbecue.
The Odd Fellows of Chappells, S.
C., will serve a barbecue today. It
will be a first class barbecue and all
who can should attend, especially if
they desire a good barbecue dinner.
Miss Glenn Reelected.
Miss Linna E. Glenn, of NewberrKP
has been re-elected teacher of the
4' Bush River school for the next
scholastic year, and has accepted the
Miss Glenn is a most effieient teach
er, having taught the school very sue..
cessfully foi' four years, through this
period of faithful service she has
S won the esteem and confidence of
-~~,both pupils and patrons.
Y ~ There Will be 'Preaching
At Kings Creek next Sabbath morn
. Syig at eleven o'clock. On account of
the Orr meeting at Prosperity 'tbere
'wilt be no service at Cannons Creek
I *. ,-4i. . I 4 1)
AREBSTED a7 OE0GIA.
hert Buford Opptures Ge0. WAker
At gpread-Wnted for Murder
Sheriff Buford returned .on Wed
iesday from Georgia, where he ar
ested George Walker, who is cliarg-.
d with thO'killing of Nelse Payne at
hiappolls in December, 1905.
Whalker is now in' jail and will
wait his trial on the charge of mur
or at the next term of the sessions
John Walker, who was indicted as
ii accessory to the murder, was ar
ested at the time, but has been out
it bail awaiting the arrest of George
The following is a synopsis of the
2stiiony as printed in The Herald
nd. News, which was taken at the
Droner's inquest ill December 1905:
The killing occured at Chappells
it Saturday, December 2. It appears
com the testimony taken at the cor
ier's inquest that Nelse Payne, John
al'ker, George Walker, West Bates
nd John Wilson were in a seed house
t Chappells gambling. George Walk
e and John Wilson started to quar
A. and West Bates took John Wil
3 and carried him out of the house.
olin Walker, one of the witnesses
6vorn at the inquest, says that Nelse
ayne thOen jumped up and grabbed
corge Walker, and George told Nelse
> leave him alone; that Nelse Payne
eld on to George and told George to
ut it to him and George shot him.
hat Nelse had no weapon. That
eorge told Nelse lie would shoot him
he did not turn him loose and Nelse
id him to put it to himl.
Melnot Dowdry, another of the
itnesses sworn at the inquest, said
iat when lie got to the seed house
icre was a fuss going on, and John
Talker and George Walker had their
istols drawn on Nelse Payne. That
1est Bates carried John Wilson out.
hat Nelse did not put r1is hanlt on
11e and Nelse did not have a pis
w. h eorge Walker shot Nelse.
1he coronerl's jury eharged ,Geore
Ealker with the killing. and 'John
Jalker as accessory.
Thiie following in regard to the ar
Lst of George Walker in Spread,
eorgia, by Sheriff Buford, is taken
rom the Augusta Chronicle of Wed
Last Sunday afternoon a Chronicle
ian who was strolling in Lake View
'ark eaught sight of a figure that is
-ell know through the length and
readth of South Carolina, and has
een seen more than once on this side
f the Savannah-a gentleman wit-h
road-brimmed lhat, and grey mus
ache and steel-blue eyes, a Confed
rate soldier every inch of him
heriff M. M. Buford, of Newberry
"What's doing?'' asked the repor
Lr, after shaking hands.
"'My son, just forget you'Ve seen
le,'' saidl the sheriff.
Yesterday evening wh'len the Au
usta Southern rolled in, Sheriff Bu
ort alIighted with a vicious-looking
'risoner securely hiandeu ffed, George
Valker by name, wvanted for murder,
nd bearing as bad ai reputation as
ny negro who ever crossed the river
0 escape the law.
Theli sheriff was seen later~ at the
lenesta Hotel, and told the story of
he chase. One year ago last Dc
ember George and( John Wnihker,
rothers, quarrelled with a comupan
an, Nelse Payne, in a cotton-seed
0o1se at Chiappehll's dlepot, near New
ierry. Payne was shot and killed, and
t developed at the Coroner's inquest
hat George had fired the fatal shot,
chile John who had made. no attempt
o escape, was held as an accessory.
George Walker was heard of in
-arious parts of the south, jumping
apidly from one locality to another,
rorkinig most of the time in sawv
nills, but never staying long in any
mle place, until a week or twvo ago
twas rumored that he had changed
is ntame to Johnson Carter and had
ettledi down near Spreadl, Ga.
Sheriff Buford hit the road at once.
Ie -picked up a darkey wvho knew
Vaker, and proceeded to Spread. At
pread the sheriff got off on the
.vrong side of the train and dodged
nuto a hotel. In less than five mninu
es his negrro assistant had located
WValker 's wvhereabouts.
By a queer coincidence Walker had
een arrested that very morning for
ome minor offense, but had been im
nediately released upon a satisfae
~ory adjustment of the case. The aid
>f Constable John H-ughes was secur
ed and night before last, a. search wvas
inade. This was so skillfully, conduct
id that though the negro 'was not
found ini ainy of his usual haunts, his
mapicions weore not aroused, and yes
terday morning he wAfs arrested with
Sher iff. Buford had already tele.
p)honed to Governor Ansel for'roquisi
tion papers, and had mean'while tals.
an out,a fugitive warrant befoi'e Con.
stable T. J. Dickson, but the prisonei
The Vrius Ba'nke I0ttou M ls
Other Corporations WiU Pay Out:
The .,divideqd period has -arrived,
again find on the first of July. sever! w
al thousand dollars' Will be paid 6ut j
to those who are sti fortuiate as to
own st.ock in the various corporations
in this city and county.
The Newberry Cotton Mill will pay
this" year a. semi-annual dividend of a
5 per cent on $400,000. -
The Mollohon Manufacturing Corn
pany wilt pay a semi-annual dividend
of 4 per cent on $400.000.
The Glenin-Lowry Manufacturing ti
Company, of Wiitmire, will pay a
semi-annual dividend of 3 1-2 per cent d
on a capital of $500,000.
The Ashley Manufacturing com
painy, capital $30,000, will not carry ,
anything to dividends, but has put its ,
earnings to the increase of the plant. s
This company manufactures hosiery
and has been very successful the past N
year and has put in much new and
The Prosperity Oil Mill will not 1
declare a dividend but carry its earn
ings to the payment of indebtedness, a
which was incurred in enlarging the s
mill. They have a plant which cost 0
about $40,000 and the capital paid d
in is only $22,000. The past year has
been a very successful one with the C
mill, but the directors thought hest
to pay off the indebtedness with the
earnings rather than pay the money
out in dividends at this- time.
William Coleman Bankers, Whit
mire, will pay an annual dividend on
first of January on $25,000 capital. ti
The National Bank of Newberry 11
will pay its usual semi-annual divi
dend of 4 per cent on a capital of ri
The Commercial Bank will pay at
semi-annual dividend of 5 per cent
The savinws liik will pay a semi
a1n1nual dividend ofl 4 per cent on
The -xebanmge Bank will pay a
se1i-anInal dividend of 2 1-2 Per
cent on $30,000.
The Bank of Prosperity will pay
a semi-annual dividend of 4 per cent
The People's National Bank of 0
Prosperity will pay a semi-annual di
videid of 3 per cent on $25,000. -l
The Security, Loan an1 Investment
Company will pay a senii-annual di
vidend of 3 per cent on $40,000.
The Land and Security Company
will pay an annual dividend of 8 p1r
cent on $25,000.'
The following is a summary, which
will be paid out In dividends on the v
Mills .. .. ....... $400,000 $20,000
facturing Co. 400,000 16,000
Glenn Lowry Man
ufacturing Co. ... 500,000 17,500
National Bank of l
Newberry ........150,000 6,0001
Commercial Bank .. 50,000 2,500
Savings Bank. .. ....50,000 2,000
Exchange Batik .. .. 50,000 1,250
Bank of Prosperity 23,000 750
Bank of Prosperity. 25,000 1,000
Security, Loan and
Investment Comn- V
panty .. ........40,000 1,200
Newberry Land and
Security Company 26,000 2080 ~
'Total dividends .. .....$70,,280
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
Schedules of passenger trains in
and out o'f the Union~ Station, Newv
berry, S. C.
No. 1(i going west .. .....8.50. a. mt.
No. 12, going cast .. .. 1.0.32 a. in.
No. 10, :moing west ......25 p. ml.
No. 18, ginlg east . . . . 2.03 p.* mi.
No. 11, going wvest . . .. 4.30 p.* m.
No. 16, goi:s east . . . . 9.50) p. m.
-0., N. & L. Trains.
No. 85, going wvest .. . .5.19 a. mn.
No. 22, going east .. .. 8.46 a. m.
No. 52, going wvest .. .. 12.46 p. m.I
No. 53, going east ....... 3.10 p. mn.t
No. 21, going wvest .. ....7.25 p. mt.
No. 84, going east.. .. 7.25 p. m.
Thle foregoing schedule is only for
information .and iy not guaranteed, is
sub.ject to change without notice.
0. L. Robinson,
%# 6tation Master.
At the- parsonage in Columbia by<
the Rev. P. F. Kilgore, on January
19, 1007, 'Mr. 0. HI. Duncan. and Miss
BethI Daggett, both of Newberry, 8.
(go nte to leave the state without
- heriff Buforel b'' 's r.eputatiom
of aever le4Ling a .mani escap)e if he
once ge& Y1airly on huiE trail,
Vhen Mr. Gar'nott .reads this hq
will pirobaN$ balglad ]e hial frad
Oautiful Wedding of r. R. M. Ken- I
nedy and Mis Bessie arhll-.
Leave for Biidl Trip.
The marriage of Miss Bessie Ren
ick,Cai'lisle to Dr. Robert Moffatt 1
.enne(ly was solemnized at the home I
the bride's parents in Nance c
reet, on Wednesday evening at a I
larter before eight o'clock.
The entire lower floor of the hand-:
nue home wias decorated in souther'n
nilax an1d ivy. In the parlor the
irge bay wiidow was baniked with
rn*is, an1d trailing ivy anld white roses t
rmed the porteirres. Suspe(nded fromi
ie arch was a hige lover's knot of
hite tulle. White roses formed the
'corations at. the windows and grace
it sprays of smilax and roses droop
I rroml the mantels. Miss Lucy Wal
cc played Mendelsohn's Wedding
[arch and during the ceremony
ahumann's "Traumerei'' was soft
played with violin obligato by Miss
Little Misses Neel Carlisle and
[argaret Phillips held the ribbons.
rof. James B. Kennedy of Johns
opkins University was best man,
id Mrs. William Meeks Kennedy,
ster of the bride, was dame of lion
'. She wore a dainty white lingerie
es triimmed in Valenceinies lace
id carried in armful of Euchantress
ir.ations. The bride was given
vay by her brother, Mr. 1,dwin An
wrson Carlisle and Rev. David Gar
ier Phillips., D. D., pronouinced the
ord which made them man and wife.
-The bride looked lovely in her
edding gown of white crepe de chene
immled with Irish poiq)t lace and
r veil was ld in plaee with a
>ray of orange blossoms. She car
ed a bouquet of bride's roses.
A delightful reception- followed. In
e receiving arty were 'Mrs. J. A.
Sclherer, Mrs. Joseph I. Hunter,
[rs. R. P. Holland. Mrs. T. B. Car
le. Miss Lula Moselev. 3lis.s Cor'a
The11V dilnin ,x room was decorated in
nlilax anid' pink roses. On the bride's
ible was a magnilicent centerpiece
lBattenbuig l1 a4ee. S1spend(led from
le chanidelier w%.itlh its shades of
iushed Ink roses, were streamers
f pink maline entwined with smilax
ad roses, reaching to the corners of
ie table. Silver and crystal candela
ra with pink candles shed a soft
low over the scenes making it a
ream of loveliness. A sumptuous
-edding suipper was served to about
The bride's going awa-y gown was
jaunty little blue voile jacket suit
-ith hat and gloves to match.
Dr. and Mrs. Kennedy left on the
outhern train for Asheville. It is a
jurce of great pleasure to their many
riends that they will make Newber
y their home.
The magnificent display of gifts in
ut glass, silver and china, attest the
opularity and high esteem of the
appy young couple. Among the
resents was a handsome chest of
'iffany silver, each piece contain
ig the bride 's monogram, the figt of
uldge and Mrs. Carlisle to their
Among the out-of-town guests w~ere:
h-. and( Mrs. WV. .M. Kennedly, of
'hester, S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Eylie; Miss Rachel Wylie; Miss Isa..
el Kennedy; Miss Emma Kennedy;
Ir. B. D). Kennedy; Mr. W. M. Ken
edly, of Yorkvile, S. C.; J. B. Ken
edy, Ph. D., of Ba.ltimore, Md.; Miss
uey Wallace, Charlotte, N. C.; Miss
lizabeth McMaster, Winnsboro, S.
'.; Rev. and Mrs. B. HI. Grier, Ora,
.C.; Mrs. H. C. Moseley, Prosperity,
n C.. Y. & L. Between Laurenls and
Columbia-Excellent Servic 3
The C., N. & L. railroad has again
ut on its throughi fri-ht, leavin-r
'oh1nnia at 3 o 'clock in t he morn
ig and( passing Newberry at 5.19 ar
iving at Laurens at about 6.30. This
rain returning from Laurens to Ce
imbia, leaves Laurens about 6.30 in
hie afternoon and passes Newberry
i)methiung about 8 o'clock, going dh
eetly to Columbia. It makes eoen
ection at Laurcens with the train
r.oim $part anburg and from Greer
'ill and thus gives an apportunmity t1
onme from Spartanburg or Greenville
ate in the afternoon and go directly
o Columbia. It is a thriom:-h freight
mid caries a passenger coach, but
10('s not carry any mail.
It. i.s hoped that President1 Childs
vill be able t.o keep this 01n as it
iv'es additional passenger servie on
hIi c andi in fnet Anrnishee most
seellent arrangement for t he tralV(e
-u nobic. oiving three t rains a da
oi eachi directioni bet ween Laurer:
e~(wherry now has .twelv;e passenger
rains a day between Greepville and
ilolunibia and in fact the best pas
enger serVied the town has ever
PARLOR OAR RUVIO13.
toecelving More Business Every Day
-Patrons Should Show Appre
ciation of Southern.
T)he 1erald and News is inforined
hat as the people begin to appreciate
lie Coifoi-t and safety of the parloi
ars which the Southern his recently
)ut in service on its trains Nos. 11
Imd 19 between Columbia and Green.
,ile, the travel on t)ese trains in
reases. Of course it should be un
lerstood that if these parlor cars ar(
tot suffleiently patronized to warrani
lie road to continue them, they wil
lot be kept in serviee. The cost i
-ery small and it is hoped that thes(
jars will be used by the traveling
)ublic so that they iay be iiade per
nanent. It should be renembere<
hat the Southern Railway put thes(
-ars on without any request or peti
,ion or solicitation from the patron
f the road, thus evidencing on th
)art of the Southern its desire to giv
he people along its line the very bes
;ervice possible, and if sufficient en
-ouragemeitt is given of course th
trains will be made permanent. I
s understood that these cars ar
quipped so as to be utilized as caf
ars, and all that is necessary is t(
bave then stocked. It would seem i
they were made cafe cars that i
would make them more popular. Thes
:rains do not stop any where for diu
ner between Greenville and Coluin
bia, a distance of about 150 iniles.
If the authorities had assurant
that the public would appreciate th
cafe ser-vice, it is probable that i
would he put on. Until this is don
however, the public should show it
appreciation of the desire on the pai
of the Southern Railway to give il
patrons the very best service by giv
ing these parlor cars a libeial pa
rona;e. Since they have been put or
we should rel-2ret very ImIuch if ti
necessity for thei Ieimval shoul
arise nd we do n(t believe t will.
"CEREALITE"-A very hid g'rat
fertilizer for all e1,0ps. increasit
the yield very largely. used as
top dressing. Next car will arrii
in a few days.
We will buy your Red Rust Pro
Summer Brothers Comipany.
FOR RENT-Three nice rooms. E
suite, light hlousekeeping-party I
children, no objection to one, h1oN
ever, if under good control.
Herald and News.
Amity Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M.
A regular communication of Ami
Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M., will be lie
nevt Monday evening at 8 o'clock
Freternity Hall. Visiting bretirc
Fred. H. Dominiek, W. M.
,J. H. M. Kinard, Secretary.
DELINQUENT TAX NOTICE.
Tile town'~ treasurer 'has turn
over to me the tax executions for d
linquent taxes. Please see me at on
anid save fur'ther costs.
M. M. Buford,
NOTICE-All parties that are goli
to hav'e barbecues, picnics and ei
tertlainments, can save money 1
.buying their soft drinks anld ii
eream fronm the Try-Me Bottht
Co., Newberry, S. C. All orde
will receive prompt and careful a
tention. Mail your order P. 0. Bc
57, or phone your order-Phone N
223. Send u.s your orders ahlead.
FOR SALE-Late Flat Dutch an
Dr'um IHead cabbage plants, r'ead1
for transp)lanting, by Frances Bobi
at 15 cents per hundred.
WANTED-The public to knowv t
I am prepared to serve t hem wit
bread againl at my nlew stand.
- 10 E. C. Sonnenburg.
6 1-2c.' Muslins, Reduced to 4 1-2i
10e. muslins, reduced to 6 1-2e.
35e. Muslins, reduced to 9e.
10c. dimities, reduced to 6 1-2c.
8 1-2e. whlite check nainsook, redus
ed to 5e.
12 1-2 wvhite check nainsook, redua
ed to 8c.
25c. silk mulls, reduced to 17 1-2
Now is your chance to save molne
at Wooten 's.
First Class Barbecue at Whitmireo
We will give a fir'st class b)arbeerl
at the Whitmlire base hall park a
July 'libi. We expect to have in.
'rood gianies of ball on that da;
vher'ybody invited and( :1 good tin
H. E. Kohna,
W. J. Meggs.
Meat ,. .. .. ... * to 12
Hams .. ... . .. 6 6 to 18
Best Lard .. ............ 18
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 6.25
2nd Patent Flour .. ....4.50 to 4.75
Good Ordinary Flour ... .3.50 to 4.00
Sugar......... 5 1-2.
Rice . . ......5to8 1-3
Coffee Roast 5..........15
Coffee, Gree ..... 10 to 20
Cotton See 4eal 1.40
'iEggs . .... .. . 20
ce 10c. lb.
Po - .. .. .. . .. 1 2.00
First Class Laundry Work.
Best In the South.
Newberry, S. C.
1 CENTA WORD.
e No advertisement taken for less
- than 25 cents.
I HAVE MOVED from Mollohon
e mill to Lower Main street near
3 Southern depot. Will serve lunch
t es at all hours. Also carry full line
, of groceries.
s 11. L. Kingsmore.
S TO THE PEOPLE OF NEWBERRY
and suirroundinig country. I have
located in your town for the pur
' pose of contracting for painting,
e iecorating, and paper hanging. Sat
i ho'etion unaranlee(l. ('an he found
at Sommer Bros., lor Vm. John
s(1's--Nolify either of them.
e 2. WN. H. Witlock.
a LOST-A brooch. Design, heart with
le arrow through it set in pearls with
whole pearl in center. Finder will
>f be rewarded. by leaving at this of
FISH ROE-just received fresh lot
of Old Vergno Breakfast Roe. 15
cents a can.
10 Fan.ts Grocery.
GREENWOOD LUMBER and Bob
bin Mfg. Co.,. Greenwood, S. C.
Manufacturers of doors, sash,
blinds, flooring, ceiling, mouldings,
etc. Mill work a specialty.
A Nothing purer or inore delicious
in than "Jones' quality Ice Cream,"
m served at Jones' Restaurant, the pop
ular refreshment place for both sexes
of all ages. .
BEFORE BUYING or selling a farm
or any property, write The Carolina
'( Realty and Trust Company,
e. Bishopville, S. -C.
~e tf 2taw.
The ladies rave over "Jones' qual
ity Ice Cream," served at Jones'
gFOR SALE-Thirty or forty thous
and feet yellow pine ceiling and
' flooring, ready to put up, $17.00
per thousand feet f. o. b. Leesville,
S. C. Bill around, framing sized,
S $15.50 per 1000.
Leesv'ille Lumber Co..
Leesi,ille. S. C.
"Jones' quality Ice Cream'"-pure
and delicious, served at Jones' Res
TEACHER WANTED-For the St.
Pauls school. Salary $40.00 per
month. The trustees will meet on
Jt une 28, 1907. For further informa
tion apply to Mr. J. B. Bedenbaugh,
seeretary of the board, Pomaria, S.
JUST RECEIVED a fresh shipment
of breakfast Roe, also fresh line
of cakes and crackers. Phone us
your orders early. Phone 205.
Hayes and Co.
NOTICE-T will give a first class
barbeene at my residence just be
low thme new court house on July 4,
1.907. I will sell meat and hash at
,3t J. M. Counts.
n We will give a fii'st class barbecue
0 at West End ball ground, July 4th.
The pub)lic is cordially invited to at
0. W. Hiller,
Jas. E. Shealy.