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The Movements of Many People
Newberrians, and Those Who
Mr. Irby D. Shockley leaves Tues
day for Orangeburg on business.
Miss Lottye Lee Halfacre, of Po
maria, spent the week-end with he
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Halfacre
Miss Mamie Ehrhardt, of Columbi
college, spent the week-end with he
grandmother, Mrs. H. F. Cline.
Rev. J. M. Friday was placed on th4
committee on temperance at confer
ence in Bennettsville last week.
Miss Pearl Summers, of Columbia
spent Thanksgiving with Miss ClarE
Mr. William Reeder has returne
from the hospital in Columbia, doin
Miss Banna Gr-een spent the Thanks
giving holiday with her sister, Mis
Annie, who teaches at Pacolet.
Miss Laura Cromer, of Laurens
spent Thanksgivin- at the home o
her uncle, Mr. J. H. Summer.
Messrs. J. T. Cromer, T. E. Wicke
and H. 0. Stone motor-ed to Leesvill
and Batesburg Sunday.
Messrs. Fant and Purcell passe
through town on their way to Whit
mire.-Clinton Gazette, Nov. 30.
Mr. Thomas E. Epting, of the grea
Southern Bell Telephone company, i
in the city, looking well.
Miss Helen Satterwhite has return
ked from Mt. Amoena seminary, th
seminary having been burned.
Miss Marie Dominick is spending :
couple of weeks in Spartanburg witl
her sister, Mrs. J. G. Lowe.
Mr. T. Q. Boozer, of Columbia, wa
in the oity last week, visiting hi
mother, Mrs. Kate Boozer, and family
Mrs. P. F. Baxter and childreT
spent Thanksgiving with her sister
Mrs. Reeder Brooks in county.
Messrs. J. C. Dominick and B. A
Dominick have returned to Newberra
after' attending the Shriners' meeting
-Sartanburg Herald, 2nd.
*Miss Edith Folk has returned hoim
from Columbia, .accompanied' by Mist
Cristine Malone, of Columbia, anc
Miss Alice Motes, of Bamberg.
Miss Marie Werber, at the Mary Tel
fair hospital in Savannah for treat
ment, is growing progressively worst
end may not live to see the new year
. Mr. R. D. Wilson, of Walhalla, spen1
a while in Newberry last week on his
return fro mthe wedding of his sis
ter in Orangeburg.
Mrs. L. W. C. B1-alock, of Goldville
on her return from Texas, spent a pari
of last week in Newberry with hei
sister, Mrs. Jordan R. Green.
Mr. Walter L. Ruff and Mr. Geo. W
Summer, Jr., accompanied by Mr
John H. Ruff, of Columbia, spent theia
Thanksgiving in Greenville.
*Miss Gertrude Simpson left Philadel
phia Monday for Africa. She spen1
a day last week with her cousin, Dr
J. M. Johnson, in Washington.
J. Claude Dominick and B. A. Dom
inick, of Newberry, spent yesterday ir
the city. They are. both Shriners.
Spart-anburg Journal, Dec. 1.
Messrs. J. 0. Havird, T. P. Wick-ei
Snd E. M. Evans, Jr., spent their
Thanksgiving at Clinton, the forme:
dividing his time in Laurens.
Miss Annie Batemanl, after a pleas
-ant visit to Mrs. W. C. Schenck, re
turned Wednesday to her home in Co
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kibler returned
today to therih ome at Newberry, af
ter a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. H.
E Todd, on Norris street here.-An
derson Mail, 1st.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxey Lindsay and
little son Harold, left Sunday for their
hom:e in Atlanta, after a Thanksgiving
visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno.
Messrs. E. D. Pearce and T. J. Big
iby were among the visitors to Spar
tanburg last week from Newberry, and
Dr. and Mrs. G. Y. Hunter and Mr.
A. B. Wise from Prosperity.
Mr. Frank Davis, of the National
bank, accompanied his grandmother,
Mrs. Corrie Greneker, to Spartanburg
last week on her visit to her step
daughter, Mrs. A. C. Jones.
Mrs. W. D. Rutherford, teacher ol
Oakland mill school, and her daugh
ter, Miss Harriet, spent Thanksgiving
at the old home at Glymphville witll
Mr. Rutherford and the other mem
bers of the family.
MIr. Rt. B. Wallace, of the W.allac<
Piano company, who has been in Co
lumbia since the fair selling his fin
panosespntn ThankSgiVing in New
berry with Mrs. Wallace and the ba
Deputy Grand Master Geo. S. Mow
er, District Deputy Grand Master Van
Smith and Mr. Fred H. Dominick will
attend the meeting of the grand lodge
of Masons in Charleston on the 12th
Miss Caroline Gary, of Abbeville,
who spent Thanksgiving in Newberry
with Miss Margaret Burton, returned
Monday with Miss Burton to the Wo
man's college in Columbia, accompa
nied by Miss Kate Summer.
Rev. and Mrs. I. E. Long, of Po
- riaria, after spending Thanksgiving
holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. I. Long, at Helena, and his brOther,
Wilbur E. Long, and sister, Mrs. C.
B. Spinks, in the city, left Monday for
his new field, Mooresville, N. C.
Rev. E. C. Cromp, of Columbia, spent
Saturday night and Sunday with Mr.
A. P. Boozer. Mr. Cromp preached at
Summer Memorial church Sunday
morning and at Mayer Memorial Sun
day night. He is the layman's field
Mr. George A. Wright, Jr., having
much to be thankful for, came to see
the old and the young folks at home
Thursday. George is helping Mr. Lav
ender run the moving picture show at
Laurens, and if he doesn't find -Lau
i rens to be the next best town in the
- State it will be his own fault entirely.
Mrs. A. H. Summerfield and chil
t dren, after an extended visit to her
3 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mann,
on their return trip to Baltimore,
stopped in Spartanburg to visit Mrs.
Summ-erfield's sister, Mrs. Harry
Price, Mrs. Mann and her little daugh
ter Roberta went to Spartanburg Sun
Mrs. Mary Ward, Misses Pearl, Alice
and Carrie Bell West Myrtle, Sudie
and Leila Dennis, Bettie Bradley, Fan
3 nie and Efflie Parks and Erroll Mar
- -tin, all of Cornelia street, spent
Thanksgiving in Laurens county with
Mrs. Vernon Monroe, who was former
ly Miss Lula Bradley. With them Miss
Sue Griffin, of Ninety Six, who was
visiting the Misses West, 'and by
Messrs. Floyd Bradley and Robert
West, also of Q'raenlia3 street.
*In mentioning the acceptance by Mr.
Albert S. John'stone, Jr., of his recent
appointment the Greenville News of
Saturday says: "In assuming the posi
tion of secretary of the board of trade,
Mr. Johnstone takes active charge of
an organization which in the past has1
meant much for Greenville and her
business entezrpri'ses. The directors of:
the board of trade, in selecting Mr.
Johnstone, feel that they had chosen1
the right man for the right place and
that he will make good. He has the,
best wishes and cooperation of the
business enterprises of the city."
Six sisters--Miss Fannie Leavell,
Mrs. Kate Spearman, Mrs. Maggie
Tarrant, Mrs. Brantley Pelham, Mrs.
Emma Watson and Mrs. Beta Wright
were at a family reunion on Thanks
giving day at thle resiidence of the Rev.
Geo. A. Wirigh't, who also was present
w'ith Mr.' and Mrs. R, Y, Leavell and
Dr. Wmn. E. Pelham, Sr. 'The absent
members of the family who could not
attend were the Rev. W. Hayne Lea
yell, of Mississippi, and Mr. Jno. R.
Leavell, of Greenwood. The latter
could not attend on account of a re
union of the B3lake family, of which his
wife is a member.
I VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
College Minstrels December 12 at
the opera house..
A bantam rooster is all right for a
gobbler is far as it goes.
Cornelia street was "near 'bout" de
serted Thanksgiv'ing day.
It was more like Sunday than any
Thanksgiving day ever before observ
ed in Newberry.
The annual questijon of who will fill
the offices within the gift of city coun
cil now comes up again.
The man at the reporter's elbow-I
the man behind the 'elbow-wants to
know if there is not more gold at
Goi'ville than silv'er at Silverstreet.
The public will please bear in mind
~the oyster supper and speaking to be
given on the 7th by Longshore camp,
W. 0. W., and Knights of Pythias.
ITwo bazaars by the ladies-the first
on the 7th the ladies of Central Meth
odist and the second on the 15th by
the ladies of First Baptist church.
Clarence Bledsoe had an arm di
located Sunday at Silverstreet. Dr.
W. D. Senn attended the lad and made
Iit 'all right.
1The Orpheus club will- hold its regu
lar meeting at the residence of Mr.
S. B. Jones Thursday, 8 p. mn. All
members are urged to attend.
Those bachelors had anothcr turkey
dnner Friday Two Tharl-'eiving din-1
ners in one week is living high. They
ought to come down off ther single
The next attraction is the Philadel
phia Opera and Concert company at
Holland Hall Friday, 8.30 p. m. Fol
lowed by the CoIlege Minstrels at the
oj.era hous.- the night of the 12th.
R. F. D. No. 1 is on a boom. Carrier
W. G. Peterscn during the month of
'November sold $82.18 worth of stamps,
mailed a little over 4,000 pieces and
delivered about 6,000.
The Thanksgiving service at the A.
R. P. church Thursday was conducte-d
by the Rev. J. W. Carson, assisted by
the Revs. Geo. A. Wright and Edw.
The bazaar to be given by the ladies
of the A. R. P. church at John
son-McCracken's store on December 7
and 8 will have on sale numerous arti-;
cles, all suitable for Christmas gifts.
Do not forget to come to the Christ
mas bazaar and hot supper to be given'
on Friday, December 15, by the La
dies' Aid Society of the First Baptist
H. H. Evans, of Newberry, it is said,
declared in Columbia iast w-eek, that
he would be a candidate for attorney:
general of South Carolina in 1912 pri
m-ary in order to defend his reputa
tion.-Mullins Messenger, Nov. 30.
The advertisement of Livingston
Lominick company contained an error
as heretofore printed. The firm will
not go out of business .but there will
be a dissolution of copartnership. See
ad in this issue.
Mr. John Henry Baxter is still
laughing about that crowd of New
berry girls pushing his E. M. F. car
out of a mud hole in Laurens county,
near Clinton, of course, last TfhurS
while hauling cotton Fr:iday was run
over by the wagon, his mules running
away and throwing him out, the
wheels passing over his body. Dr. W.
D. Senn examined Mr. Brehmer and
pronounced him not seriously injured.
Thanksgiving day past, next comes
the Christmas. Old Santa Claus keeps
the world young and optimistic. But'
they ought to let the good old fellow
come writh his reindeers. He looks
out of place in a flying machine.
Newberry will giv'e thanks-really
just why we can't conceive, but it' will.
-Anderson Mail. For man.y blessings,
chief among which is good health.
They are too numerous to mention.
If you lived in Newberry you wouldn't~
be so gruochy.
The Thief, booked for the opera
house Christmas night, will not ap
pear, but Marie Andrews, colored, a
Thanksgiving turkey thief, appeared
before Recorder Earhardt Saturday
morning to answer for the stealage
of a turkey from Mr. E. H. Leslie and
it cost her just $5 even.
The ladies of the Methodist church'
will have their bazaar the In racaint
store next to E. M. Lane Thlursdlay
night, December 7. Oysters, ice-cream
and cake will be serv'ed. There will
be an art gallery, a larkin booth, can
dy booth, and all kinds of fancy woric
for sale. Ladies will please send in
their contributions early Thursday
Policeman Jno. M. Adams captured
three violators .of the law Saturday
night right in the cirty,- all colored:
Tom Lyles, selling liquor. Wardlaw
Ruthreford, transporting liquor, and
Hayne Moore, hitting a negro woman
in the head with a brick. They were
in the recorder's court Monday, on
their respective charges and Record
er Earhardt imposed fines as follows:
Lyles $50, Rutherford $25, Moore $10.
From Leav.ell's marble yard there
were shipped to St. Paul's Monday
morning three pieces of finished work,
monuments each for the graves of
Mrs. Margaret Kinard, Mr. Jacob H.
Livingston and Mr. Jessie William
Kibler. Mrs. Kinard was the mother
of Mrs. E. Y. Morris, Mr. Livingston
the father of Mr. David A. Livingston
and Mr. Kibler the brother of Dr. E.
H. Kibler, all of the city.
"The Death of Nathan Hale," a
beautiful and thrilling story of the
battle of Long Island during the Revo
lutionary war, will be shown at the
moving picture show Tuesday after
noon and night. The historical worth
of the pictures is great and should be
appreciated by young and old. Go to'
the old court house. Mr. Lavender's
entertainments continue to please and
instruct the public.
Mr. D. M. Bedenbaugh's gin house
on his Adam Mayer's place adjoining
his home place at Saluda school, No.
9, this county, was destroyed by fire
Sunday morning. Seventeen bales of
cotton, one reaper, one mower, be
tween one and two thousand bundles
of fodder and about two bales of cot
formant did not know of the loss or
insurance or origin of the fire.
Mr. Jack Brhmer, of No. 6 township,
At the Woman's Missionary union
of the Second Presbytery of the A. R.
P. synod of the South at Bradley, re
cently, Mrs. J. W. Carson was placed
on the committee on union blanks,
Mrs. H. L. Parr on auditing and Mrs.
I. S. Caldwell on the Bulletin commit
tee. Mrs. Caldwell was placed in
charge of the home missions depart
ment of the Bulletin and Mrs. Carson
of the foreign missions. Thanks were
-0ended to thr Rev. Mr. Caldwell for
b&pful and eii. )yable sermon preach
ed and to Mrs. Carson and other for
papers read during the meeting.
At a turkey supper Friday evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. P.
Crotwell there were present: Misses
Margaret Burton, Caroline Gary,
Margaret Davis, Mamie Buzhardt,
Kate Summe--, Lillian Kiblc:, Kath
erine 'Wirght, Mrs. Chapin, Messrs.
Parrott, Bennie Mayes, Richard
Floyd, J. N. Martin, Lewis Bowmer
man, Thomas Strouse, William Cline,
Alvin Wright, Vassal Gallman, W. W.
Sw*ygert, Alfred Matthews, Renwick
Carlisle, Joe Keitt, George Yonce,
James and Sam Crotwell. Mrs. S. P.
Crotwell and Mrs.' E. M. Lane enter
tained the invited gues.ts in a hos
pi-table and' pleasant man.ner.
LODGE OF SORROW.
Elks. Pay Tribute of Affection to the
Memory of Their Departed
The annual memorial service of
Newb-&rry lodge, No. 1103, B. P. 0.
Elks, was held in the opera house on
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, when
tributes were paid the memory of
deceased members _f the order. A
most appropriate musical program
was carried outL.
Newberry lodge has lost only two
members-A. T. Brown and 0. McR.
Holmes. In accordance with the laws
of the order, every lodge meets in ses
sion of sorrow on the first Sunday in
December, to pay a tribute of affection
to the departed dead.
The following program was carried
out on Sunday afternoon:
1. Prelude-"Funeral March," Chop
in-Miss Mazie Dominick.
2. Quartette-"Vacant Chair," Her-1
3. Opening Ceremonies-Ritual.
4. "Nearer My God to Thee"-Chorus.
5. Opening Ode-"Auld -L.ang Syne":
Great Ruler of the universe,.
All-seeing and benign,'
Look down upon and bless our work
And be all glory thine!
! hear our prayer for the honored
While bearing in our minds
The memories graven on each heart
For "Auld Lang Syne."
6. Prayer-Rev. A. J. Bowers.
7. Solo-"Teach Me to Pray," Jewitt
-Mrs. Roy Z. Thomas. Violin obliga
to-Mr. Nevan Biser.
8. Eulogy-"Our Departed Dead"
Jno. K. Aull, Newberry Lodge, No.
9. Duet-"Beautiful Morn"-Misses
Caro and Ruth Efird.
10. Memorial Address-E. H. Aull.
The .memorial address 'was~ to have
been delivered by Dr. 3. Henry Harms,
but Dr. Harms notified the exalted rul
er late Saturday afternoon that it
would be impossible for him to be
11. Solo-Miss Genevieve Evans.
13. Solo-"Face to Face"-Dr. Roy
14. Closing ceremonies.
Audience will please sing:
Praise God from whom all blessing
Praise Him all creatures here below,I
Praise Him 'above, ye Heavenly Host,
Praise Father, Son and Holy Ghost.
Accompanyist-Miss Mazie Domin
The musical program was one of
th best ever heard in Newberry:
The chorus was aomposed of the fol
lowing: Dr. A. J. Bowers, Dr. and
Mrs. R. Z. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Jones, Mrs. W. G. Connor, Miss Gene
vieve Evans, Miss Rosalyn Summer,
Miss Sara Houseal, Miss Caro and
Ruth Efird, Mr. Kieffer Ballentine, Mr.
J. B. Setzler.
Death of Baby.
The 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs
Oscar H. Abrams. of the county, died
Saturday night of membranous croup
aind was buried on Sunday afternoon:
at 3 o'clock at Smyrna cemetery, ser
vice by the Rev. A. R. Latimer.
Now is the time to cubscribe to The
SALESDAY IN NEWBERRY.
The List of Sales Made by the Master
The following are the sales made
by the master on salesday:
In the case of Todd vs. Lane, tract
No. 1, of the "Glymph Place" contain
ing 106 13-100 acres, was sold to J.
S. J. Suber for $1,800. Tract No. 2,
of the Glymph place, containing 87
3-100 acres, was purchased by W. B.
Todd for $1,000. Tract No. I of the
Duncan place, containhig 155 83-100
acres, was sold to W. B. Todd for $1,
200. Tract No. 2, of the Duncan place,
containing 123 40-100, was sold to W.,
B. Todd for $1,250. The Wicker place
containing 76 84-100 acres, was bought
by' Mrs. Wicker for' $1,825, and the
Hentz place of 43 acres was sold to
0. A. Felker for $625. The Glymph
mill tract, containg 60 acres, was
sold to W. B. Todd for $620. The Ox
n;er place of 10 acres was bought by
W. F. Suber .for $135.
In the case of Schumpert vs. Nor
ris the "Isaac Hunt place," containing
117 acres was sold to Mary J. Norris
In .the case of Epting vs. Lane, lot
No. 1, the home place, of Lula B. Ept
ing, deceased, was sold to J. B. Hun
ter, attorney, for $2,900. Lot No. 2,1
of the home place, was also sold to
J. B. Hunter, attorney, for $600.
In the case" of Harris vs. -Harris,,
11,445 square feet in the tbwn of New
berry, was bought by Mrs. Harris -for
In the case of Bouknigbt vs. Goree,
tract No. 1, containing 25 acres, was
sold to E. S. Blease for T150. Tract
No. 2 of 45 acies was also sold to E. S.
Blease for $200.
In the case of the Bank of Columbia
vs. Havirl ce!w..sny, J. B. Hunter
bought 25 acres in the town of Pros
perity for $300.
In the case of Blair vs. Thompson,
E. S. Blease, attorney, purchased 198
acres .in No. 8 township for $3,350.
In the case of Cannon vs. Leaphart,
C. H. Cannon bought one-third of an
acre fronting on Nance street, for $1,
In the case of Crooks vs. Jones, F.
R. Hunter bought one-fourth of an
acre in Gravieltown for $65.
MRS. GEORGE B. CROXER DEAD.
Wife of Distinguished Newberry Law
yer Passes Away.
Mrs. Hattie Bittle Cromrn". Cife nf
Dr. George B. Cromer, died at her;
home in this city dnring Thursday
night.:? She had been in ill health for1
some time. Mrs. Cromer was a daugh
ter of Dr. Bjttle, the founder of Roan
oke college, and a sister of Mrs.t
George W. Holland, the widow of the
late belovied president of Newberry
college. She was a woman of beauti
ful Christian character and the family
have the deepest sympathy of 'the en
tire community 'in their loss. Sue is
urvived by her husband and two
sons, George B., Jr., and Bdall, and
two step-daughters, Misses Marguer
ite and Carolyn. The funeral services
were conducted by the Rev. Edw. Ful
enwider and Dr. A. J. Bowers, at the
home Saturday at 10 o'clock, followed
by int'erment at Rosemont cemetery.
There will be a teachers' meeting
at the Newberry\high school building
at 11 o'clock on Saturday morning. All
teachers are urged' to be present.
J. S. Wheeler,
County Superintendent of Education.
One Cent a Word. No ad
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
FOR RENT 1912-A two-horse farm
near town. A good dwelling house
and three 'acres of land. Also a
large store house in condition at Hel
ena. Apply to M. M. Buford, New
berry, S. C. 12-5-tf1
5 REWARD will be paid for my dogi
that was stolen or strayed off last
Sunday night. Yellow hound, spad
ed bitch with white ring round neck,
slightly lame in one hind leg. B.t
L. Dodd, Mollohan mill. 12-5-it
THIRTY cents pa.id for fresh eggs.
Newberry hotel. 11-28-tf.
WANTED-Lady to travel in South
Carola. Good pay and tailor
made suit in 90 days. Experience
unnecessary. Candies, Soaps, Gro
cery specialties. McBrady & Co.,I
FOUND-On the streets of Newberry,
gold watch. Owner can get same'
by identifying property and paying
fo thi notice - 12-5-1t.
(Corrected by Nat Gist).
Strict good middling..'. ... ... ..9%
Good middling...... ........ 9%
Strict middling... ... ...... .9
(By Robt. McC. Holmes).
Strict good middling... ... ... ..9%
Good middling... ... ... ..... ..9%
Strict middling... ... ... ... ...9
(By Summer Bros. Co.)
Qotton seed .... ... ....... ...25%
(By A. P. Coleman).
Cotton... ... ... ... .. . ... 8%
Cotton seed... ... .... .. ....25%
(By Silverstreet Warehouse Co.)
Cotton... ... ... . . .............9
Cotton seed.... .... .... ... ..24
(By Aull & Hipp).
Cotton... ... ... ... ... ...8%
Cotton seed... .... ... .. ... ...24
(By J. L. & A. G. Wise).
Cotton... ..............8% to 8%
Cotton seed. ................24
(By J. B. Derrick).
Cotton... ... ... ... ... ... 8%to9
(By Glenn-Lowry Mfg. Co.)
(By Smith Bros.)
Cotton... ... .... ... ... ... ...8%
Cotton seed. ... .......25
FRESH FRUITS arrive every. day at .
J. L. Burns.
FOR FRESH fish, phone 321. J. L
FOR ENT-One and two horse farm t
with 4-room houses and,other build
ings. H. D. Boozer, Newberry, S. C.
JUST arrived, a carload of heart and
sap shingles. Langford & -Bui
JUST received, car load of buggies
and wagons. If you need one we
can save you mon~ey. Purcell d&
J. L. BURNS handles all grades of
staple and :fancy groceries.
LEARN AUJTOMOBIiLE BUSINESS3
Take a 30 daSgs practical course inu
our wel.l equipped iebine shops
and learn the autoniobile -business
and accept good positions. Char
lotte Auto School, Charlotte, N. C.
WANTED-Young men and ladies to
learn telegraphy. We are receiving
more calls' for our graduates than
we can supply. Charlotte Telegra
phy School, Charlotte, N. C.. 3-7-tf.
MIONEY TO LEND-Money to lend on a
real estate. Long time 'and ayf
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter.
WANTED-5,000 green . ra'whides by
November 15. Will pay highest pric'
es. I have a nice line of fresh meats
at all times. T. M. Sanders.
WATCHES, ,iewelry and spectacles
repaired quickly, accurately, prompt-/
ly, reasonably. Watches and jewelry
for sale. See me. J. G. Daniels, ats
Ward & Chapman's Shoe Store.
" AR of A. S. Lee & Son's Commercial
lime for grain; also acid an<d guano.
See S. J. Kohn, Prosperity, S. C.
THE TIME for paying city taxer-ex
pires on December 1, and a penalty
of 10 per cent. will be added after
that time. 11-28-22.
NOTICE-First patent flour at $4.85
-per barrel. Don't mniss this oppor
tunity. Purcell & Scott.
FOR SALE-I offer for sale the W. W.
Fellers place in No. 9 township, con
taining. 38 acres. For further Infor
mation as ^o price and terms apply
to Jim Rutherford, Blairs, S. C..
TRESPASS NOTICE-All persons are
hereby notified not to trespass by
hunting, fishing or any other man
ner upon the lands of the uider
signed. Godfrey Harmon, Hattie
Harmon, F. J. Harmon. -11,28-3t
WIfY PAY RENT?-I will sell you
good land, unimproved, or cleared
land without a dollar cash payment.
Write me. T. N. Wilson, President
ainns Lnnd Company. 11-28-1m1