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Movements of Many People, New
verrians and Those Who Visit
Mrs. J. A. Felker, of Ponaria, visited
her mother in Lexington last week.
Mrs. J. D. Bruce, of Florida, is vis
iting her mother, Mrs. M. L. Werber.
Mr. Robert E. Leavell yesterday re
turned from a business trip to New
Dr. E. H. Kibler, and Messrs. C. H.
Cannon and H. H. Evans have return
'ed from the Maxville farm in Florida.
Mrs. J. N. McCapghrin, Miss Fannie
McCaughrin and Mrs. Bernice Martin
have returned from Bartow, Fla.
Mrs. J. A. Summer last week visited
her brothers, Hons. C. M. and D. F.
Efird, in Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Cromer have mov
ed to rooms at the home of Mr. J. M.
Counts, College street.
Mr. J. B. Walton has returned to his
business headquarters at the Newber
ry Hardware company.
Mrs. Elbert Bailes and Mrs. Jenny
E. Pinckney spent yesterday at Silver
street with Mrs. Clarence Pitts.
Mrs. 0. B. Mayer of Newberry, has
been the guest of her mother, Mrs. W.
W. Jones for several days.-Laurens
Delmar and Lamar Bailes and Marie
Marshall visited thei.r little friend,
Rastus Pitts at Silverstreet Thurs
Mrs. Elmore S. McNeil and children,
of Augusta, visited relatives in New
berry this week. Mrs. McNeil is a
native of this city, being a daughter
of the late James H. M. Kinard.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Folk and theiT
daughter, Miss Maud, of Jalapa, were
in the city Tuesday morning en route
to the Bedenbaugh-Hope wedding at
- Pomaria Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. J. W. Folk, Jr., last rweek visit
ed hi-s parents and other relatives at
Jalapa. Mr. Folk is acting chief on
the United States dredge Key West,
now at Tampa. He visited his parents
in Georgeto'wn three years ago but
hadn't been in NewberrFy in 25 years.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
* Mr. W. H. Hardeman's grandmother1
is still living at the remarkably ad-1
vanced age of 11l1 years. She lives in
.Theire are fifteen Shealy5s taking
Tie Herald and News at Little Moun
* tain, with 'sca;ttering ones at various
o ther points.
The're are six prisoners in jail and
many out on bond to be tried at the
approaching term of court. Several
murder -and other important cases are
on the docket.
*The newly announced-to-be vice
president of the First. Nati&fnal bant
of New York, Cha's. D. Norton, late
* secretary to President Taft, is a per
,onal friend of Mr. Robete. Norris, *i
Newber,ry, Mr. Norton having former
- ly been in the in'suranlse busimess.
The Drayton Rutherrord chapter, U3. 1
*L. C., 'will meet with Mrs. Jno. M- 2
Kinard Tuesday afternoon, March 7,
at four o'clock. This will be an im
portant meeting, and the members
'are urged to be present, bringing their
annual dues which have been cha nged
* Church of the Redeemer.
'(Rev. Edw. Fulenwider, Pastor.)
Nothing preventing, the following
-program of divine services will be ob~
served at the Lutheran Church of the .
Redeemer next Sunday:
11 a. m.--The regular morning ser-r
vice. The pastor will .preach on the
~subject: "Stop, Look and Listen." We i
ar'e now in the lenten season, and it is I
a good time for us to turn aside a lit
tle while fromt the pressing cares and
-activities of life, ana get our bearings.!
The text is found in Jeremiah 6:16:
"Stand ye in the ways, and see, and
ask for the old paths, where is the
good way, and walk therein, and ye
-shall find rest for your souls."
7.30 p. m.--The .sioject of the ser-)
mon will be: "The WVorld's FirstLe.
-Any one can see that "lying" is one
of'the besetting sins of this age. It is
a sin that is extremely fatal to in di
vidual worth and national greatneCSs,
and, certain;ly, very displeasinlg to God.
An attempt will be rnade to present
some very practical lesson s at both
-services. There will be good music.
3.30 p. tm-The con firmat ion class
will meet in the Sunday school room.
All those who are contemfplatinlg join
ing the church are requested to he
4 p. m.-The Sunday scho wil
meet. The school is enlarging its
bounds of activity, and is doing a
A cordial invitation to all services
is given the n)ublic.
SHOT BY A NEGRO.
.r. Richard Burton Slightly Wound
ed by Hiram Cleland-Not Se
Mr. Richard Burton, son of Mr. Jas.
A. Burton, was shot in both legs on
Wednesday afternoon by a negro, Hir
am Cleland, who lives on Mr. Bert
Bert Neel's place in No. 6 township.
The wounds are not serious and Mr.
Burton is doing as well as could be
expected. The horse he was riding
was also shot in the forelimbs and the
breast, but is not seriously injured.
Hiram is a young negro about 22 or
23 years old, and was raised on Miss
ary Burton's place in No. 6 township.
This year he has been living with Mr.
Wednesday afternoon Mr. Richard
Burton drove down to Longshore's
tore, and while there this negro drove
up in a buggy with Mr. Neel's son. He
gave Mr. Burton some impudence,
which resulted in a little difficulty,
and when it was over the negro
3.pologized most humbly, and said he
was sorry for what he he had- said,
-nd that he hoped Mr. Burton' would
ccept his apology. Mr. Burton at the
:ime had the negro in his control, and
ould have killed -him if he had been
so inolined. After the apology, as the
egro drove away with Mr. Neel's lit
ILe boy and had gotten some fifty
ards away, he turned to Mr. Burton
ind cursed him, and said that the
natter was not ended.
Sometime after 'he was gone, Mr.
Burton decided that he would ride
lown to Mr. Neel's and explain to him
what had taken place inasmuch as
the negro had Mr. Neel's little boy
with him. He knew that the negro
lived in one of Mr. Noel's houses, but
lid not know which one, and was not
pursuing the negro at all. As he turn
ad from the main road to go up to Mr.
\eel's residence, Mr. -Neel's little boy,
who was with the negro, called to Mr.
Burton to look out the negro was go
ang to shoot him. Mr. Burton had not
een the buggy nor the negro, but
when called to noticed that the buggy
iad turned off at the negro's house
yn Mr. Neel's place, and the negro
as on 'his front poren with his gun
n hand,, and fired at Mr. Bu:rton be
ore he ha.d an opportunity, even if
ie had desired, to get away.
Mr. Burton drew 'his pistol and fired
Lout the same time, but he does not
aink that 'his shot. hit the negro as
is horse was very restless.; He could
iear the negro's wife pleading with
lim not .to shoot, and could hear the
egro with an oath say that 'he intend
d to kill him. The negro was using
single barrel gun and after the first
~hot retreated to his house and re
oaded and came back and shot again,
mne load taking eft'ect in one of Mr.
lurton's legs and the other in the
ther 'leg, and in the breast and .fore
imbs of the horse. At the last shot
he horse fell, and, of course, Mr.. Bur
on feHl with him. -'The negro, after
he two shots at Mr. Burton left.
Sheriff Buford and a posse went up
Vedneday afternoon to arrest the
egro 'but ap to yesterday bad not
Mr. Burton came to Newberry, and
s at the home of his father in Har
ingtn street, and is resting as well
could be expected, though both legs
re peppered with shot.
.Warerly Literary Society.
At the meeting of the Waverly Lit
~rary society, February 17,1911, an in
eresting program was carried out in
onor of Washington's birthday as fol
Reading on Washington's boyhood,
y Miss Sumamer. -
An essa.y on Washington as a gen
ral, by Miss Workman. --
Debate-Resolved, That Wast:.ington
ras a better general than Lee.
The judges decided -in favor of the
Last on our program an essay on
V'ashington 'as our presiednt by Miss
After the report from all officers the
. Death of a Child.
Maxie Lee, infant daughter of Mr.
.nd Mrs. Enos R. Shealy. died Febru
ry 25, aged I month and 2~> days.
Ene was dedicated to God i holy bap
ism .Janua ry 10th. This brief life was
me of suffering, but she is now "safe
n the arms of .Jesus." Funeral and
mrial 'services were conxducted. by the
riter from Mt. Tabor church, Slighs,1
. C., in the presence of a large con
;regation. May the Lord comfort the
E. W. 'Leslie.
Dutch Fork Land Sold.
Lexington, MLarch 1 .--Testerday the
:lerk of court, Mr. Shealy, sold at
hapin for division the Bundrick es
.ate lands, which contained 137 acres..
['he property was purchased by Dr.
.L. Toole, of Columbia, the price be
ng $3,:355. The property is located
within about three-quarters of a mile;
DON'T FORGET MEETUNG.
Prof. J. N. Harper to Speak-Good
Road Proposition Popular-Large
The member- of the chamber of
commerce and the citizens of the town
and -the farmers of the county should
not forget that theie are two meetings
to be held in the rooms of the chamber
of commerce on Friday, March 10.
Some fifty or seventy-five invitations
have been sent out to presons and
commercial bodies between Greenville
and Columbia, inviting them to the
conference to be held in the afternoon,
looking to the formation of an or
ganization to build 'a public 'highway
between Greenville and Columbia via
Laurens and Newberry.
Mr. Jno. B. Mayes, secretary of the
chamber of comnerce, has sent out
the letter which was published in the
last issue of The Herald and News,
and is receiving replies from a num
ber of persons, stating that they are
interested in the project, and will at
tend the meeting.
Mr. Alison Lee, of the Laurens Ad
vertiser, writes that "we will say that
we will be glad to have a representa
tive at the meeting and will do all
that is in our power to advertise the
same before 'hand. If there is any
thing else that we can do we will be
at your service." Mr. Lee says that
he wil be present himself at the
meeting. The project is entirely feasi
ble, and all that is necessary to carry
it to success is the enthusiastic co
operation of the people along the en
tire line. The work can be done in a
very short time, and at very little ex
pense of either- money or labor if
everybody will co-operate, and do his
The meeting is to be beld in the af
ternoon so that those who desire may
come in, and return to their homes
in the evening.
At night the address by Prof. J. N.
Harper, of the South Caralina agri
cultural experiment station, at Clem
son college, will be delivered.
Secretary Mayps, as stated in the
last issue of The Herald and News,
had also extended an invitation to Mr.
A. W. McKeand, secretary of the
chamber of commerce of Cha.rleston,
and it was hioped that he would b'e
able to attend.
Mr. Mayes has received the folow
ing letter from Mr. McKeand which
Oharleston, S. C., Feb. 28, 1911.
Mr. John B. Mayes, Secretary Cham
ber of Commerce, Newberry, S. C.
My Dear Mr. Mayes: I have yours
of February 25, and certainly appre
clate the invitation to address your
chamber of commnerce, but the date
named comes during the time of
strenuousness for the writer.
We will be raisin'g $150;000 to assist
the local Y. M. C. A. during that week,
and I 'happen to be so mixed up in the
proposition that it will be impossible
for me to leave the city.
I can / come -to you the next week,
yr probably any other time that you
tiave. a meeting.
A am very sorry indeed that I can
acot be with you at the date named,
but you will readily see -my position
Ln the matter. '
With kind personal regards, I am,
Very truly yours,
A. W. McKean'd,'
Week of Prayer.
The Woman's Home and Foreigh
H'issionary society of the Lutheran
Shurch of the Redeemer will 'hold a
week of prayer and self-denial, be
rinning Monday afternoon, March f.
Subjects and leaders for each meet
ng as follows:
Monday--Abiding in Christ and Ac
septable Sacrifice, Mrs. Fdw. Fulen
Tuesday--Motive and Method of
Missions, Mrs. W. G. Houseal.
Wednesday-The Comning of Christ's
Kingdom, Mrs. J. H. Harms.
Thursday-Intercessory Prayer, Mrs.
[. Sidney Derrick.
Friday--Conducted by Young La
All of these meetings with the excep
ion of Tuesday's iill behe L 1 at the
iome of Mrs. E. R. Hipp, i.ginning
it four o'clock. On Tuesday afternoon
he meeting will be at the home of
Mrs. J. H. Harms, who will also enter
ain the Ladies' Aid s'ociety., after the
neeting of the - missionary society
[his meeting will be'gin a-. 3.30.
Mrs. Tbiwa. .Johnstouie,
Simallpox in (County.
The Herald and News is i iformed
hat there are 12 eases of sn:tlllbox
>n Mr. J1. Simpsoni Domiick'es place,
tivye miles to the right of Cha ppells,
Mr. Guy B. Shockley, of Greenwood.
and Miss Sallie B. Cromer, of New
berry, were married on Sunday, Feb
ruary 26, at the home of the bride's
father, Mr. John F. Cromer, the cere
inony being performned by Rev. D. P.
DIS.iPPEARED FROM SHELTON.
SherifY Buford Was Called to the
Scene-The Search for the Miss
Mr. T. Aughtry Hawkins disappear
ed last Thursday evening and has not;
isince been seen or heard from. The
last seen of him was at 6 o'clock p. m.
Thursday on Broad river in a bateau,
ferrying passengers across the river.
The ferryman was attending court at
Winnsboro and Mr. Hawkins was
transporting customers .for the. ac
commodation of -the store in which he
clerked, that of the Scott Bros. com
pany at Shelton, he working there,
but boarding on this side the river.
Sheriff Buford .was on Monday night
notified by phone from Magistrate
John Henderson to investigate the
case as it was thought that foul play
i had been done. The sheriff left early
on Tuesday morning for Shelton, and
in company with Magistrate Hender
i son and his constable, Mr. Adams, pro
ceeded to work. After exhausting ef
forts to soave the mystery Sheriff Bu
ford returned Tuesday night, reaching
home between 9 and 10 o'clock. When
seen Wednesday morning he said that
in the opinion of some it was an ac
cident but that most people thought
crime had been committed. The ba
teau had been found two or three
Tmiles down the river lodged on a
rock, and a little below were found
the boat pole and Mr. Hawkins' hat.
In the boat Thursday evening as pol
ed by the missing man were three col
ored passengers, Catherine, McClerk
ing and her little brother and one Will
Young. Sheriff Buford was told by
parties that the report of a gun was
heard at about the time of the disap
pearance Thursday evening. The ne
gro woman carried a gun. She claims
that she shot at a robin. The talk of
the occopants of the boat differs great
ly as to the position of each during the
passage and in other important parti
culars.-which will be developed later.
Relatives and friends have been
searching the river from both sides.
Wednesday morning two boats, one on
either side of .the river, had been ar
ranged to carry parties to make a
thorough search ag far as Columbia
if necessairy. The boats to be man
ned by Messrs. J. M. Henderson, Lyles
Thron'is, W. B. W?.ititney, F. B. Handy
and Olhes. H. Richards, accompanied
by two colored men, Rich Dawkins
and Ed Oglesby.
When last seen in the bateau Mr.
Hawkins was wearing overalls, hav
ing left bis clothes in .the store. It is
said that he had no money with him.
He is a nephew of Mr. T. B. Au.gh::y,
of Columbia, who is well niown in
Newberry, and a brother-in-law of Tr
LeGrand Guerry, of dolaimbia. M:
Hawkins is a young man 26 or 27
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* SOCIAL. *
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A charming affair of the Bachelcr
Maids was given Tuesday after2oon
by Miss Carolyn Cromer. An initial
contest proved very entertaining ar 1
the refreshments most delightful. Tl-0
guests of the afternoon were: Mrs.
Lake Cely, Mrs. W. Y. McFa;ll, Mr :
T. K. Jolanstone,,and Misses Gertru'
Chrwile, Elizabeth Dominick, Liniic
Welch, Fannie Mae Carwile, Blance
Davidlson and Anita. Davidson.
The Wednesday Afternoon club met
this week with Mrs. Frank Sligh. AJ
ter chatting awhile the guests were
arrused with a' "cat" contest. A de
lielous salad course was then serve I
the following guests: Mesdames Her
man Wright, John K. AuHl, W. C.
Schenck, Reed Boylston, David Lan -
ford, an d Misses Elizabeth Dominic,
nita Davidson, Cora Dominick - a
A et rning affair in spirit wit'1 th?
o':or sprin'g season was the inifor
nd -e;tion given Thursday after
noun by Es. S. B. Jones in honor of
her guest, Mrs. Stevens, of Albany, N.
Married at 7.15 o'clock on February~
22, at t.he home of the bride's broth
er-in-law, Prof. .J. R. Rutland, in Au
burn, Al a., Mr. James Boyd Speake
to Miss Elizabeth Horton, Rev. J1. W.
Speake, brother of the groom, officiat
Mr. Speake is one of our most ener
gaie. anid public spirited young men,
as WK I as one of Kinards most suc
cssful farmers. Mrs. Speake is a
clu ingyngYiI lay f uture and
r*t Ii :n eu who v i s ' pleasatly roulem
hered by the people at K inards. o;
acollnA of her visit to her causin, Rev.
D. P. Boyd, a fexx weeks last summer.
While here sh made many friends.
who welcoie her into our midst. We
extend to 'the p)oplar~1 couple our
heartiest cougratutlationis and best
wishrs. W. R. B.
POST J HOLDS MEETING.
Young But Prosperous-Delegates
Elected-To Serve Banquet on
The annual meeting of Posh J, Trav
el-rs' Protective association of Ameri
ca, was held on Tuesday night at the
chamber of commerce headquarters,
at which time officers for the ensuing
year were elected and routine busi
ness transacted. President E. M.
Evans presided. -
The election of officers resulted as
President-E. M. Evans.
First Vice-president-C. T. Summer.
Second Vice-president-Harry W.
Secretary and Treasurer-Eugene
Directors-L. W. Floyd, W. J. Swit
tenberg, Z. F. Wright, C. T. Summer,
P. E. Scott.
Delegates to State convention to be
held in Greenville in May-Z. F.
Wright, W. S. Langford, A. C. Jones,
E. M. Evans, E. A. Griffin.
The various standing committees of
the Post will be named by the presi
dent at an early date.
At this meeting it was unanimously
decided to extend an invitation to
State President E. M. Wells, of Flor
ence and State Secretary J. W. Lil
lard, of Corlumbia, to visit Post J on
March 9, at which time a panquet will
be served by the local organization to
its -members and visitors. Should this
date not suit the State officers whol
have been invited to be'present, the
time will be changed.
Post J. is one of the youngest in the
State, having been organized a little
more than a year ago. It is a commer
cial organization its membership be
ing made up of the businew men of
the community-its aims being along
the same lines -as -those of other com
mercial bodies, chambeirs of com
merce, boards of trade, etc. An effort.
will be made by the local Post to dou
ble its membership during the present
Miss Ida Beatrice Bedenbaugh and
Mr. George Alva Hope were married
at 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Feb
ruary 28, at St. Paul's church, the
bride's pastor, Rev. T. von A. Riser,
officiating. Trhe bride is the accom
plished daughater of Mrs. Rebecca Ella
Bedenbaugh, of, Kibl'er's Bridge, and
the groom is the son of Mrs. J. H.
Hope, being one the most progressive
planters of Lexingtoni counmty.
Promptly at 5 o'clock Mrs. J. F.
Browne, of Prosperity, began playing
Lohengrin's "Wedding March,"~ which
was an announcement to the audience
of the coming of the 'bridal party.
First came .the pastor, Rev. Y von -A.
Riser, followed by the 'ushers, Messrs.
L. B. Bedenbaugh and Pau-l S. Half
acre, W. H. Hetton and Arthur Counts.
Then came the bridesmaids and
groomsrmen in the following order:
Miss Martha Johrnstone, of Newberry,
and Miss Leora Bedenbaughi, a sister
of the bride; Mr. W. L. Bedenbaugh,
a ~brother of the bride, and Mr. A.
Birge Wise, of Prosperity; Misis Lucy
Hill, of Newberry, and Miss Addie
Werts, of Prosperity. Then the ring
earer, Miss Eleanor Richards, of Co
'umbia, wi.th 'the dame of 'honor, Miss
\.nnie May Bedenbaugh, a sister of the
bride, followed by the, bright eyed
fiower girls, Misses Rebecca Harmon
and Elizabeth Browne, of Prosperity.
The bride then entered, leaning on the
arm of 'her brother, Mr. J. B. Beden
baugh, while the groom entered with
the best man, Mr. J. J. Hope, of Co
Never did the bride look -lovelier
than on this occasion, when attired
in her ro'be of 'beautiful white satin,
and carrying her bridal bouquet. The
veil was caught up with lillies of the
valley, and 'hung in graceful folds to
the hem of her bridal robe.
The bridesme.ds were tastily gown
ed in white lingerie, and carried bou
quets of pink carnations.
Immediately after the nuptials, the'
guests were received at the home of
the bride's -mother, where they we,re
served with a delightful salad course.
Both the -home and the church were
beautifully decorated, the color scheme
throughout being pink and white. Five
tables laden with testfmonials of es -
teem and affection in the shape of use
ful and appropriate presents testify
to the popularity of the contractingn
Among the out-of--town guests
were: From Colum'.na, Dr. Bach.man
Folk, Miss Bessie Reid, the Misses:
S!igh. From Newberry, Dr. 'and Mrs.
J. C. Halfacre, Mrs. .J. H. Harms, Mrs.
2e,o. WV. Summer, Mrs. C. R. Wise,
Mr..;. .1. H. Summer, Mrs. R. Z. Thomas,.
and Mrs. Edw. R. Hipp, Robert Nor
ris. Wmn. A. Hill. George Summer,'
Frank H-alfacre and. W. Fra,nk Hipp.
Frcm Prosperity, Mrs. C. M. Harmon,
Mirs. 8. B. Sc-humpert and Miss Ellen
Donu't fail to hear the Sko'rgaard
(ConIcert Party at the college on Thurs
day March 16.
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Twist the tail of prosperity and
help Greenwood grow!-Greenwood
Journal. No objection to the prospec
tive grow-th of Greenwood, but there
is serious objection to twisting the
tail of Prosperity to that end.
It is stated in the press that wih
the advent of lent there has been a
drop in prices of groceries. The in
dications are that there will be lower
drops as the season advances.
In certain newspapers a medicine
advertisement is headed "Fel
Heaven." The words of the adv
ment doesn't justify the headline, be
cause they read, "If it had fallen from
heaven it could not be any better." It
is out of place and is very bad taste.
3ne Cent a Word- No ad
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
ROSES AND FERNS at Mayee' Book
FOR RENT-Two 4-room houses for
rent in the town of Silverstreet. AV
ply to H. 0. Long, Silverstreet, S.
STRAYED-A black boar.. About tal
grown. Reward for recovery. Not
ify C. B. Halfacre, agent, Iewberry,,
R. F. D. No. 5. 3--t'
WANTED-About 500 cedar posts.
Address P. 0. Box 242, Newberry,
S. C. 3-3-8t.
YOU CAN GET coupons on plaao byi
paying your account at Mayes' Book1
Store by.March 15.
FOR SALE-Two fres4 8 cow
at $35 each. .. L.Mayer.
Don't fan to hear the Skeg3aa8'2ri
Concert Party atthe collegeon Thurs,
day, March 16.
FOR CASH ONLY-Our fine chinI and
real cut glass is selligg'at reducd t
prices. Customers whio 1uy earlj :
secure the 'best ba.rgains.Wedi
gifts. W. E.C Pelham Br Son.
SALESMFEN WANTED-T0 lok ate
our iterest in Nwherry and adja
cent counties. Slary or nmi
sion. Address ,The Victor Oil Oodib
pan-y, Clevela,nd, 0. ' 3-t J
FOR SALE-110 Bushels (.yfu e)
Iron peas at $2.50 per bse,f. 0 b.
Newberry, S. C. J. L.iM~r
WVANTED-Second hand legs a
* -"rlaps. Write for pries c;
,d BAg 'Company, Richtou,
SENiD lEE your namae, age e~z4 o~
pation 'and learn' about gm $1 t~
Health and Accident T?o'ley that sj
little- money can buy. Lamar Ward
law, Columbia. 2-174.-(
EQOJ RENT-One' vacant bed roori
over office J. A. Burtorr. T. C. Pool.G
[UST arrived, a carload of heart and
sap shingles. Langford B& B
[JEARN AUTOXOBILE BUSINESS+
Take a 30 days practical course In
our well equipped machine shope
and learn the automobile business
and accept good positions. Char-'
lotte Auto School, Charlotte, N. C.
kING cotton sed pure, $1. 0
bushel. W. C. Sli-h, Newberry,
C., R. F. D. No. 3. \ 2-14-tt
EOR SALE-100 linshels Cleveland i
boll and 23 or 30 buishels long staple
selected cotton seed at $1.00 per
bushel, f. o. b., Newberry, S. C. J.
II. Mayer. 2-21-4t-1taW.j
00OR MAN'S DELIGHT cton seed.
pure. Early cotton; produces 5 to
12 locks to boll. Most prolific grow
er. $4.00 per bushel. W. C. Sligih.
Newberry, S. C., R. F. D. No. 3.
'HONE 95 for nice fresh meat. E. L
Rodelsperger, Lower Main Street
IET TOUR GLASSES from Dr. G. W.
Connor, a graduate of the largest~
optical college in the world-the
Northern Illinois College of Chicago.
Dr. Connor is located permanentlalY
in Newberry, gives both the obje0>
tive and subjective -tests by electrie
it ,d guarantees his work.