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-WS OF BACHMAN CHAPEL.
ei ng of Mr. P. H. Kinard Burned
-Farmers Sowing Oats.-Mis
SlIils S. C.. Oct. 20.- Mr. I). H.:
inard of this co t y lost his
i,we11ing house aid the entire con
nts by tire (with the exception of
sewing machine and shot gun) on
st Tuesday afternoor about half
St two o'clock The iamily were all
the field when tihe fire started and
,util they reached home it had made
ch headway that nothing cou"' be
Mr. Kinard thought he could save
-ome of his household goods but
lound on entering that the heat was
too great. The neighbors gathered
,ery quickly, but the house being re
ently built and of a large frame
t7ructure, was soon bu,rned to the
round and nothing could be done to
save the building.
Mr. Kinard has the sympathy of
e entire community. He had the
uilding insured for $300 with the
'Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance
It is very sad for a man with as
1 rge a family as he has to be left
ithout shelter or raiment. The
.eighbors realize his condition though
and will contribute for his needs I
which will be a greast help to him.
The rains of last week put the
and in fine condition for plowing and
'he farmers are busy these days sow
ng oats. Oats that are sown in Octo
her are generally the best.
Rev. Prof. Gilbert Voigt, of New
berry college, will preach at Colony
chureh on the fifth Sunday in this
month at eleven o 'clock a. m., on
Missions. He has travelled ithrough
ome o fthe Foreign countries dur
ag the past summer and will be pre
ared to deliver an excellent sermon
n this subject.
Mrs. M. 0. J. Kreps, of Prosperity,
ill also be present and make an ad
dress on missions. She is an able
speaker and all who attend may ex
:peet something of great interest from
her. All are cdrdiallv invited to at
At a meeting of ithe patrons of
-nion Academy which was held on
st Saturday a. m. Miss Teddye
avbin was elected to teach the
hool next session which begins on
e 8th of November.
Mdr. Wilbur Epps, of this seection,
ent last Saturday night and Sun
y with his brother, Mr. J. M. Epps,
at's tihe use of keeping and
eding "possum'' dogs when a fel
can just walk out a short dis
ee from the house in day-time and
d two nice fat fellows all alone?I
his is the experience of a young
ani of this, section who says he
oesn 't need dogs in his travels. He
iso has a species of seabird which
he recently captured near this home
and thinks probably that ist blew
over during the recent storms..
Misses Lillie Belle and Alice Epps
spent last Saturday night and .Sun
day with Misses Teddye and Verna
Miavbin, of Newberry.
Misses Lizzie and Ollie Taylor
visited att ..the home of Mr. and N,rs.
T. A. C. Kibler near Prosperity last
turday and Sunday.
Mrs. H. R. Epps spent last Suner
y with Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Tay
The indications are very favorable
more rain and if we had our way
ut it we would be glad to see it
ain fair a short while. But what's
use of kicking about tthe weather?
We always read the Idler's letters
much interest as we consider
to be a good writer. His artic.les
well composed and contain useful
rmation, if followed.
eli, that's what I'm tak
ng about, and when I say
COFFEE I mean COFFEE~
quality-the kind that I
eersand makes you forgetK
our troubles and headaches.I(
But Coffee is not all. I offer
u the BEST of everything
Phone 202, or come to 1305
Most Heads of Famili
way to this Shoe store a
know the w,ay home t
THA T T HE
The Best Sh(
The Best Shos
HE RE, and they m
Pinr Glass Star
Burners in all si:
Don't forget B
Can sale Saturd
o'clock, rain or
ARRIVED. a cOnti
- im 01
'r. I. E. Crimnm, the well knaown
y-sight Specialist, whbo has been 10-2:
'jing to Newberry for the 'last ten
ers. has arrived and will remain in
v.bqrry until November 1st. IfH
usuffer -xith your eyes amendable
glasses, he is the manl to conshult. inNew
Ipast work in Newberry and Fo in
muty speaks for itself. Exammna
io free. Office with Dr. T. W.
ith, over old post office.
NOTICE oF NEW FIRm.Th
r. E. H. Kibler has ,bought the about
itrest of C. T. Boyd in the firm New'b<
Boyd a-ad Lane. The business South<
ilcointie at the same place. Run- r
rthe name of E. M. Lane & (Co., Rir
in under the* mniaa'-ment of' E. plant,
fe old tirm of Boyd & Lane wi,.hes
es know the
ts well as they
Y GE T
ake this their
~ry Kind. we
Kitchen Lamps, latest
id Lamps, Handle
ted Stand Lamps,
Prices 10c to $1.00 It ,
, Chimneys, and dwell
read Box and Flour differ<
ay morning at 10Oanur
inuance of same to the new
SE. M. Lane & Co.
Bovd & Lane.
A styp -to-dyn.
cred itch magically for othere .
brry and will cure for you.
Mayes' Drug Store.
ABLE LAND FOR SALE.'
Boyd place, containing One
ed Acres, Four Buildings,
three and a half miles from
arry, fronting on public road,
ern Railroad and C. N. & L
ad, fine location for brick
truck farm, tan yard, cotton~
ec. Terms easy.'...
all and WI
Shoes, Hats, Shirts,
ind Domestic Dry
the Leading Manuf
cordially invite the buying r
You will~find our MERCH
in one of
most stylish ga
just the atter
in just the size
Every fitting s
men and boys.
STYLE is a c
It may be
cheap. Not q
coat. The st
ments is absolh
besides, the I
fabric are und
Our prices ran,
:ts' Fraishings bo:r
r stock of Gents' Furnish- tae
s the best and most comn
that we have eve rcarried.
ad but one thought when
ade our purchase-the
in style and quality.
rudbe useless for us to We are
on our Uunderwear. We byexp*ie*
only the BEST In all the St
nt weights both in cotton
is the hiat of
ooll for men and boys. the hat whi
prices are as low as the ?ee.T
y of goods can be sold. Deby.
8 SHOE ARE THE B1
9 We can
make for w
at $3.50 to
- . Misses anc
Goods, bought from
icturers of America.
ublic to inspect our immense stock.
ANDISE and PRICES RIGHT.
e is to clothe you
the nobbiest and
rnnts of the day,
a you're seeking,
that fits you, at
ze in any modern,
n for men, young
authentic, or ques
T choice or very
o, however, is a
ADE suit or over
yle of these gar
itely correct, and
;ailoring, fit, and
miably right., ____
ge from $5 to $20
fluis and Caps.
We carry a very large line
of Hats and Caps from the best
manufacturers in the United
States. We have Hats of the
. latest shapes both in soft and
.stiff block Our guarantee is
that no better, stylish or more
comfortable wearing Hat or
Cap can be purchased in the
State for the same money
quality and style being equal.
ire to give men
r want. We know
:e that the
Shirts for All
tson A grand display of Shirts irn
thehighestvalue5 both dress anr. negligee. We
:h particular men
ats why we car , Can pl-ase the s'ost fastidious.
es of the Soft and We can but i#k a critical in
spection Prices are right.
E ST THAT MUINEY CAN BUY
'y such well known
omen as the Patrician
French, Shriner &
$6 to $6.50; and the
Just Wrights, the best
s in the world.
Sa full line of Boys,
I Childrens Shoes
>ney can buy.
e rryV Co.