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ON THE BLUE RIDGE.
Arrival and Depa.rture of All Tr
to Aiderson Changed-Two
Anderson, Jan. 4. At 12:01 o'c
t.onight there goes into effect a <
plete change of schedules of
,trains on the Blue Ridge railr
The arrivals and departures of
ery 1ra.' at Aaiderson are chai
and two esatbound and two
bound trains a-ill be discoin tin
This schedule change is made tc
respoind with the change which
into effect on the Columaia
Greenville division of the Soutl
.Following will be the hours of
rival and departures of the train
Anderson under the new schedul
No. IS leaves Anderson at 6.3
m. for conmection at Beiton
Southern railway for Greenville.
No. 12, from Walhalla, leaves
derson at 10 a. m for connection
Belton with Southern railway
Columbia and Greenville.
No. 20 leaves :nderson at
p. m. for conneeticns at Belton
Southern railway for Greenville.
No. 8( daily except tSunday, f
Walhalla, leavs Aiderson. at 4.4
m. for connections -at Belton
-Southern railway for Columbia.
No. 22, Sunday only, leaves An
son at 4.45 p. m. for connection,
Belton with Southern railway
No. 19. firom Walhalla, leaves
4erson at 6.45 p. In. for connect
at Belton with Southern railway
No. 17 arrives at Anderson at
a. m. from Belt.on with connect
No. 9 arives at Anderson at 1
p. m. from Belton with con:rect
from Greenville and Columbia. 4
No. 19 arrives at Anderson at
p. m. from Belton with connect
No. 21 arrives at Anderson at
p. m. from Belton with connect
No. 11 arrives at Anderson at
p. mn. from Belton with connect
from Greenvile and Columbia.
No. 7, daily except Sunday. le
Anderson at 5.10 a. m. ior' W\alh
Nos. 17, 15, 19. 20. 21 aind 22
mixed trains betwecen Ander onl
Nos. 7 an:d 5 are local frdiht tr;
carrying passengers between An
son and Walhalla and between i~
halla and Belton.
Nos. 9, 10, 11 and 12. are
through passenger trai-ns.
Nos. 23, 24, 25 and 26, which
between Anderson~ and helton
der the old schedule, wil 'be disc
We will defer taking stock and
tiinue our mnidiwinter dlearing
sale until 1st February, 1908
have many many, desirable barn
left. Yours t'raly,
The "Heir to the Xoorah."
One of the most humorous s
tions in "The Heir to'the Hool
whieh comes to the opera houlse
29, is comprised in a long drawr
practical joke put up on Bud Y
by Joe and Dave Lacy. The p
cal joke takes the form of a ee
maiden auitt, conearning .whon
eonnection with Mr. Young's ni
monial future they converse
such frequency tha;t poor Bud c
to a state of mind wherein, a
puts it, 'every time he has the n
mare the "maiden aunt" is '
The fun comes when the maiden
in question turns out to be
mnarka!bly pretty girl named 12
Casey, just graduated from Vt
'B' :sees her and hears the r
,Mad e cwu::ds pretty. gc<
me ~' e drawl-:, and upon 1
pre snted +o Miss Casey, cheei
observes: "Say, you've got the
of them beat thc length of the
ta Fe Trail."
Letters remaining in the p<
fice at Newvberry, S. C., for week
ing January 4th, 1908.
B-Louis Baker, .Mrs. J
Beecham, Mrs. Emma Boozer,
D. M. Boozer, Mr. D. R. Bureh,
C-Mrs. H. S. Cromer, Miss
F-H. V. Fair.
H-Mr. Amnesie Heart, S. A.
J--Mr. M. C. Jackson.
K-Mr. JTonas Kinard, Miss
L---Mrs. Andry Livingstone.
M-D. Mayes, Mr. James MI
R-J. A. Ranton. 11:. HLenry Reetor
ains S-Mr. Jo,hnnie Smith.
W-Mr. W. L. White Miss Blease
Wilson, Mrs. Mat tie Wright, Mairtha
Persons calling for these letters
lock will please say that they were adver
the Chas. J. Purcell,
oad. P. M.
iged Ten Thousand Dollar Men Wanted.
Lied.. Mr. Edison takes a deep interest
cor- in young men and offers them much
-oes encouragement. "Today is youth's
and zenith in this great country," is the
1ern way he cheers the men.
"The United States is starving for
ar- ten-thousand-a-;1 .. men. Corpora
s at tions are actually clanmoring for them;
3: and the younger the better. But th
men today must he technically edu
0 a. cated. Modern industrial. finaneial
vith 1 nd commercial condlitions are more
I complica ted than ever before and it
An- takes a trained mind and a level head
s at to get to the front.
for The demand for educated men.
chaps that have brains,. exceeds any
2.20 ihin, that I have ever known. They
ith are doing the w; rk too; that's why
more are wani.d. Sn n:w is the time
rom for the ,man who is going to make
5 p. something of himself to get busy. If
vith he is any good he won't be out of a
job .long; nost much. There is en
der- tirely too much work and too few of
s at the right kind of persons to do it.
for "'If you don't believe it, take a
peep into the gigantic plant of a con
An- cern like the Bethlehem Steel Com
ions pany. Yes, sir, we are starving for
for brains-or ten-thousand dollar men,
if that way of putting it appeals
more satrongly to the young American
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
2.24 We will make final settlement on
ions the estate of Mrs. Elizabeth Camer
foes on, deceased, in the probate court for
Newberry county on Friday, the sev
3.40 enteenth day of January, 1908, at
ions 11 o'clock in the forenoon, and im
i mediately thereafter apply to the
6.05 said court for letters dismissory. All
ions persons indebted to said estate will
1make payment on or before said date
7.59) and all persons having claims against
issaid estate will present them duly
H-. W. Cameron,
ves T. L. Cameron,
are ~ -....-__
and News From Silver Street.
Times certalinly are dull in this
fia community for the season, although
'der- the holidays made some change.
Val- There has been a good deal of
going in and out since the Christmas
the holidays have passed.
Mr. and Mrs. Yancy Miller, of Co
ied lumbia, visited Mrs. Miller's mother,
un Mrs. Lou Pitts, at Dear Fall.
oon- Mrs. Jas. F. Stephens and children
spent last week with Mrs. Stephens'
parents in the Mt. Bethel section.
Miss Manion Schumnpert, of the
on- city, is visiti-ng her sister, Mrs. A. P.
out IWerts, in this community.-'
we Mr. Jas. M. Alewine of this place
rains ret-urned from a visit to friends in
the Ebenezer community taking in a
B-* social at Mr. Antine Buzhardt 's Wed
Miss Eulah Cannon has returned
itua- from a visit to relatives and friends
-ah'' in the Broad river section.
Jan. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. W. Lucas, of
out Peak visited their brothrer, Mr. W.
oung F. Ale'wine, during the holidays.
-acti- Misses Drue, Helen and Belle
etin Vaughn, of Columbia. have returned
t af4er spending some time at their old
oms Mrs. Glenn and children, of Green
s he wood, visited her father, Mr. J. W.
ight- Crouch Saturday and Sunday. Mis
'it''. Minnie Crouch went back with them
aunt to spend some time.
Sre- E. ii. Moore, M. Di., visited hiL
aclge parents in Spartanburg during th~
ssar. Christmas holidays.
Lame. Mrs. Alice Porter, of the city
d to spenit the holidays with her brothers
)eing Judge F. M. Schumpert and wifs
'fully spent Sunday with A. P. Werts.
rest Mr. G. 'T. Alewine visited his
San- brother, Mr. W. F. Alewinie, lasi
The Dead Fail school reopened or
Monday and is moving c-n nicely.
stof- .A'l t14.e yc.u:-r folks are going
end- back to their diffe2rent school..
Mr. Forest Crouch is spending the
mnnie holidays at home. His school wil
Mrs. start again Monday.
Mrs. :Saluda river has been ount of banla
for several days and our mail mar
Sre wis unable to make his rounds.
January has come and you car
hear the sound of the are in alm..si
Eluss. any direction.
The:e has beenf a1 srier/ dleal 01
Elma rcin. amnongo the darkies this year
Th'ere was a wreck op the Southerr
near here Tueadayv wihi ch delayed tin
ason, trains several hours b.y tearing ui
Report of Su, - r Quarter
Ending 31st December,
804. T. M. Smith, pension $ 4.00
S.. T. A. Barley, ehg. 20.00
806. C. G. Blease, sal., rent. 87.50
807. F. M. Lindsay, sal. 30.84
808. J. H. Chappell,. sal. 75.00
809. Mrs. Sarah Holt. pauper 9.00
810. T. F. Waters, ferry 4.77
811. W. E. Nichols, r & b 5.00
812. E. H. Werts, cons. sal. 9.00
S13. Mrs Catherine Shealy, paup. 2.00
814. Mrs. Lucinda Living
ston. nauper 2.00
815. J. T. Crisp, pen. 4.00
816. J. L. Fulmer, ferry 7.50
817. J. S. J. Suber. ferry 5.50
818. J. A. Templeton. ferry 7.50
819. R. H. Kibler. Co. H. 24.75
820. T. L. B. Dpps. Co. H. 41.92
821 Levi Grubber, pen. 4.00
822. J. T. Calmes, pen. 4.00
823. Ceora Clark. C. H. 3.00
824. J. C. Felker. cors. eons. 4.00
825. T. J. Wilson. sal. 6.25
820. W. H. Wendt. sal. 6.25
827. M. M. Diekert. Pen. 4.00
828. Levi 'BuAiardt. pen. 4.00
820. J. W. Swinidler. pen. 4.00
830. J. A. Enl,w. pen. 4.00
831. W. W. Willingham, pen. 4.00
832. J. D. Cannon, pen. 4.00
833. F. M. Smith, .pen. 4.00
834. Mrs. Cyrilla Tygert, paup. 2.00
835. Mrs. Alice White, paup. 2.00
836. J. S. Ruff, ferry' 7.00
837. T. J. Kinard, contingent 10.00
838. J. B. Dominick, com. tax. . 3;00
839. J. F. Hawkins, com.. tax .75
840. W. W. Cromer, sal. 27.77
841. J. Monroe Wieker. sal., ehg. 84.33
842. R. H. Jennings. ins. 123.48
843. T. A. Berley, chg. 22.00
844. W. E. Rutherford, Ct. H. 2.00
845. T. F. Waters, ferry 8.00
46. J. L. Snellgro.ve. ferry 27.00
847. J. A. Templeton. ferry 7.50
848. J. L. Fulmer. ferry 7.50
P 9. Dennis Boyd, ferry 4.00
850. Levi Buzhardt, pen. 4.00
81. Levi Gruber, pen. 4.00
852. J. T. Calmes. pen. 4.00
$53. Mrs. S. Holt. pauper 2.00
854. W. H. Wendt, sal. 6.25
$55. T. J. Wilson, sal. (1.25
856. T. J. Wilson, r & b 3.00
857. E. S. Franklin, r & b 3.50
58. W. W. Kinard, r & b 1.25
59. J. D. Cannion, pen. 4-0fl
60. T. L. B. Epps. Co. H. 31.50
861. W. W. Willingham. Pen 4.00
862. B. H. Wilson, comn. tax. 2.00
863. Mrs. L. Livingstone, paup. 2.00
864. Mrs. C. Shealy, pauper 2.00
865. C. L. Leitzsey, com. tax 3.00
I866. J.' L. Epps, sal. 55.54
867. J. S. Dominiek, r & b -15.8.5
865. J. Wmn. Smitth, r &b 20.88
869. Mrs. A. White, pauper 2.00
1870. S. T. Coates, r & b 3.9C
71. J. T. Crisp, pen. 4.0C
I872. J. W. Swindler, pen. 4.00
873. Dennlis Boyd, ferry 4.0(
'274. H. M. Slig1, comn. I x5
8. 3L. M. Dickert, pen..4S
87. A L. 'Vise, ferry 1
877. .J. L. E .p i & jr . 103.
78. J. C. Gohz.ns. :1., off. exp.4.(
870 J. A. En.low, pen. '4.0(
880. J. Mar me Wicker, sal. 83.31
881. U. C. Holloway. sal. 41.64
882. RI. d. Ringer. comn. tax. 9.04
883. T. P. R.iel't rds:on, r. & 1 18.5(
884: Win. Schrltz, r & b .4.2!
85. B. B. Davis, mag..sal. ~4.54
888. W. W. Crome~r, sal. 27.7'
i887. T. M. -Smith, pen. 8.0'
SS W. W. Willingham, pen. 4.0'
89. J. T. Crisp, pen. 4.04
I890. Mrs. S. Holt, pauper 2.0~
891. F. M. Satterwhite, corn t. 2.0
892. Jno. A. Enlow, pen. 4.0
893. M. C. Moore, r' & b 10.7
894. B. H. Maybin, r & b 58.1
895. T. G. Williams, cons. sal.
896. Edw. R. Hipp, r & b 10.9
897. E. A. Griffin & Co., Co. H. 31.0
898. Geo., S. Mower, rent 25.0
899. T. F. Waters, ferry 8.0
900. 4. T. Calme3. pen. 4.0
001. Levi Gruber, pen. 4.0
902. Geo. Clark, Ct. H. 10.0
903. J. S. Wheeler, sal . 66.6
904. W. H. Bob'b, coin. tax 1.0
905. Werts & Sample, Mag'"s.
Off. Sup. ' 2.5
906. J. A. Templeton, ferry 7.5
907. M. M. Diekert, pen. 4.0
908. J.'L. Fulmer, ferry 7.5
909. Craig Supply Co., r & b 8.2
910. F. M. Lindsay, sal . 20.8
911. W. E. Rutherfoird, Ct. H. 2.0
915. T. J. Wilson, sal. .6.2
913. E. H. Aull Co., printing 39.5
914. W. H. Wendt, sal. 6.2
915. T. J. Wilson, sal. 6.2
916. Miss Betty Singley paup. 2.0
917. Mrs. C. Shealy, paup. 2.0
918. Mrs. Livingstone, paup. 2.0
919. Levi Buziardt, pen. 4.0
920. T. L. B. Epps. Co. H. 32.2
92. M. M. Buford. 3a1., jail 1911.6
922. F. J. Harmon, r~ & b 72.2
923. W. WV. Riser. comn. tax 6.0
924. .J. D. Cannon, penl. 4.0
925. B. A. Kempson. Co. H. 38.2
926. TLiingstnn-,ominiek dfo.
Con. 11. 57.30
927. \Valker. Evans & C. Co.
Printing. etc. 50.17
928. J. L. Epps, wit & jur. 327.60
929. Mrs. A. White, pauper 2.00
930. T. A. Berley, chg. 22.00
931. John Brehmer, r & b 25.00
932. A. J. Myers, com. tax. 5.00
933. J. A. Suber, r & b 28.70
934. J. L. Fpps. wit & jur. 45.10
935. J. Monroe Wicker, sal. 83.33
936: Anderson Russell, com. tax. 9.00
937. F. M. .Smi.th, pen. 8.00
938. J. W. Swindler, pen. 4.00
939. J. S. Wheeler, sal. 66.66
940. Shealy & Shealy, r & b 154.44
941' Hill & Sligh, r & b, Co. H. 69.43
942. Z. B. Wrih.t, mag. sal. 50.00
943. P. B. Odell, cons. sal. 25.00
944. S. N. Henderson, ferry 39.00
945. S. J. Derrick, 'Co. Bd. Ed. 21.00
946. Geo. C. Glasgow. r & b 154.00
947. Ellesor & Pelham, co phys. 41.64
948. A. H. -Cuinmerlander,
-ons. sal., fees, etc. 41.30
949. W. W. Cromer, sal.. off.
950. B. B. Davis, mag. sal. 9.00
951. E. S. Franklin, com. tax 8.50
952. J. B. Adams, cons. sal. 18.00
953. T. L. B. E.pps. Co. H. 31.501
954. T. G. Williams. cons. sal..
955. A. L. Thrailkill, r & b 5.00
956. B. B. Hair. mag. sal. 37.50
957. Miss Dosia. Epps, 'Co. H. 25.00
958. T. J. Wilson, sal. 6.25
959. W. H .Wendt, sal. 6.25
960. J. D. Cannon, pen. 4.00
961. H. C. Holloway, sal 41.70
962. Levi Grubber, pen. 4.00
963. Miss B. Singley, pauper 2.00
964: B. B. Rikard, r & b 5.00
965. S. K. Boukinight, ehg.. 36.70
966. J. C. Davis, com. tax - 6.00
967. F. M. Lindsay, sal. * 20.83
968. T. W. Folk, com. tax 6.50
969. M. M. Buford, sal., jail 194.37
970. Anthony Moon, ferry. 1.75
971. J. S. Renwick, r & b 13.79
972. B. B. Schumpert & Co.
for pauper, r & b 104.00
973. N. T. Hogg. chg. 5.50
974. Prosperity Stock Co.,
r & b 158.021
975. M. C. Moore, r & b 11.50
976. Purcell & Scott, eg..
r & b 233.941
977. J. D. Davenport. con. tax 7.50
978. V. C. Wilson. com. tax 3.00
979. G. H. Livingston, comn. tax 2.75
980. J1. G. Rikard, comn. tax 5.00
91. S. H. Paysinger, Co. H. 43.78
982. Tom Gary corn. tax 3.00
93. T. J. Oxner, r & b 4-94
984. B. F. Iill3. comn. tax 1.50
95. V. L. Gallmnan, comn. tax -1.25
I986. J. A. Nichols, r & b 17.00
97. John Henderson, mag. sal. 9.00
88. J. A. E.nlow, pen. 4.00
99. Levi B.uzhardt. pen. 4.00
990. J. T. Calmes, pen. 4.00
991. E. L. Richardson, ferry 30.00
992. W. R. Keith, r & b 5.00
993. Mrs. A. White, pauper 2.00
I994. T. A. Berley, ehg. 22.00
995. R. M. Oxner, ehg. 120.00
996 Dr. W. A. Dunn, post mor
7. Dr. W. D. Senn, post
99. J. A. Brown, cons. sal. 18.00
1999. Z. 0. Wihit tie, cons. sal.,
ecm. tax, r & b 38.00
1000. J. L.. Epps, sal. 27.77
1001. J. L. Epps,. off. sup. 6.11
11002. 3. C. Gogeans, sal.4 43.80
.1003. J. C. Neel, r & b 3.50
1004. J, C. .Wieker. & b 3.25
1005. Southern Ry. Co., ,Jail
1006. Otto Kiettner, Co. H.,
. jil c-- 111.51
1007. J. L. Connelly, corn. tax 2.50
1008. Mrs. R. L. Paysinger,
r & b 2o0
1009. Win. Johnson, r & b, etc. 268.67
1010. Edw. R. Hipp, chg. 57.95
1011. J. S. McCarley, corn. tax 6.80
1012. Newberry Hdw. Co. r &
1013. T. P. Riehardson, r'& b 11.00
1014. J. S. W'heeler, sal. 66.66
1015. Oscar Grahamn. cons. sal. 18.00
116. Mrs. C. Tygert. pauper 6.00
017. Dr. J. S. Whclkr- Post
1018. J. Y. Flovd. r & b 12.00
o1019. A dam Cr'mer. r & b .1.25
1020. W. W. L,ominia. corn. tax 3.7h
o1021. Observer Pr't'g Co.
o1022. P. S. Livingstone, corn.
-1023. Geo. Clark,. Ct. H. 5.00
1024. 'Town of Newberry, rent 175.00
1025. H. W. Schfumpert, supt.
Slights adn water 76.50
J. Monroe Wicker,
H. C. Holloway, 'Supervisor.
0News From Excelsior.
oExcelsior, January 6.-Our school
eopens this morning after 'enjoying
Te 'entertainment at M't. Pilgrim
7chool hc4uWe ]laat Friday afternoon
w ~as well attended and very much en
*Our Sunday school will meet next
9 unday afternoon as usual. Rev. 1ra
e S ad-nl w;U pre.dn for us again
on tihe Iourii Sunday afternoon in
this month at 3.30 o'clock.
Misses Julia and Luise Shealy,
of Little Mountain, have been visit
ing Miss Carrie Cook.
Misses Alder Ray Wheeler aad
Rosene Singley spent a few of the
bdlidays with friends at Chapin.
Mr. Arthur Lee Wheelzr is clerk
ing for the Ewairt-Perry company at
Prof. J. S. Wheeler attended the
state teachers meeting held in Colum
bia last week.
Mr. Thomason and family, of
Newberry, have moved in this section
and occupy the dwelling vacated by
Mr. R. J. Crumpton.
THE COMMERCIAL BAN]
under call of State Bank E
December 16, 1907.
Loans and discounts -
Overdrafts - - -
Furntiure and fixtures -
Cash in vault 35,041
Cash in other Banks 72,674
Capital Stock - - -
Undivided profits (less exper
Dividends (unpaid) -
Cashier's checks, -
Deposits, Banks 7,910
Deposits, Individual 322,826
JNO. M. KINARD, Pres.
J Y. McFAI
Interest Paid in our
NATIONAL BANK C
FIRI FRIENDS, fBANING
YQu ought to enjoy the I
o f having a Ban Account,
or little money. It will er
with chechs and avoid an
and provide you with a co
your funds and collecting
an account -with us.
M. A. Carlisle. H. C. I
J. A. Blackwelder. Robt.]
B. C. Matthews. S. B~
.se easy ter
w e .ide borrower
in Monthly Installmeni
allowed -to meet obliga
It is cheaper than pa:
to save money to buy a
If you want tolsave r
take a Security Contra
Call on A. J. Gibson,
Treasurer, at office, cc
s+reets, next door to C
Excelsior Farmers' union wi- hold
a meeting at the school house on.
Friday evening, Jan. 17, at four
o'clock. At this meeting an oyster
supper will 'be enjoyed by the union
and we are asked to urge each mem
ber of the union to 'be present at this
meeting as business of much import
ance is to be transacted.
With the continued rains the pub
lie roads are getting in a rough con
dition. We all know a wet winter
means bad roads but we believe the
roads would get. better attenti>n if
we had back our old rule of three
county commissioners. Some of the
-roads are scarcely worked at all.
Yours for better roads.
OF NEWBERRY, S. C.,
xaminer at close of business
.. - - $313,666 49
- - - 7,199 87
- .. - 3,116 93
3 - -
3 - - 107,715 96
- - $ 50,000 0
ses paid) - 49,222 20
- - -080040
31 - - 330,737 05
0. B. MAYER, Vice-Pres.
IF NEWBERRY S.C
ADNSRS 4 .
riedshp nd oneninc
checkshi and drafts.nOen
oseley. ~T. B. Carlislea
i orris. Geo. Johnstone.~
Lull. Jos. H. Hunter..
ns of payment.
s to accumulate a ft nd
s, on which interest is
tions at maturity.
bring rent. If you want
home take a Security
noney for any purpose
:t. It pays.
Asstant Secretary and
irner Boyce and Adams
1 INVESTMENT CO.