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PURELY PERSONAL. j
The Moyements of Many People?
Newberrians, and Those ^ ho
Mr. R. D. Wilson arrived in the city
Monday from Walhalla. v
Mr. T. -J. Boozer, of Columbia, was
in Newberry Saturday.
Mr. J. T. Enlow was in the city Saturday
from Prosperity, No. 2.
Mrs. Minnie Koon is visiting her
daughter, Miss Lera Koon, in Atlanta. |
Mr. Fred Wicker came up from Co- j
lumbia to spend Sunday at home.
Mr. Ed. Clary, of Laurens, was in
the city Monday.
Mr. J. A. Bowers, of Atlanta, is in
Mrs. Jacob Bouknight is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. N. J. Kirby, in
Miss Minnie Salter, who teaches at
Daytona Beach, Florida, will return i
Rev. S. C. Ballentine, of Leesville, J
spent Monday with the Rev. J. B. j
Rev. L. Q. Haynes, of North Caro-j
lina, is visiting his aunt, Mrs L. B.
Mrs. J. P. Long and children returned
to Silverstreet.?Batesburg Herald,
Mrs. A. B. Caughman, of Greenville,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. W. Hutchinson.
Mr Frank M. Ewart has returned
from Mcintosh Florida, much improved
Rev. Roy Z. Thomas preaches the
Sunday sermon at the Cross Anchor
high school commencement May 26.
Dr. T. W. Smith on last Thursday
brought Mrs. Smith from the hospital
Mrs. E. R. Partridge, of Rock Hill,
will come Tuesday on a visit to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Goggans.
Dr. J. A. Meldau is reading The <
Herald and News in San Antonio, '
Mrs. M. A Carlisle, of Newberry, is <
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. M.
Kennedy.?Rock Hill Record, 16th.
Mr. Tom Johnson, of Newberry, S. ]
C., spent the week end here.?French (
Broad Hustler, 16th.
Miss Lila Summer has returned
from Elizabeth college, Charlotte, N.
Miss Gula Oxner, of Saluda, who
has just closed her school at Mt Pil- j
grim, is visiting at the home of her i
former pastor, Rev. J. B. Harmon. i(
Miss Mabel Muckenfuss, of Charles?
ton, and Miss Eva Oxner, of Kinards,
* *- - * ?Jiu I
spent me weetK-ena wuu .miss r>auua j
Green. ! s
? Dr. I. E. Crimm, that prince of eye *
specialists, has arrived in Newberry, .n
to the delight of his many friends and
Mr. J. H. Gaillard and daughter. n
Miss Elise, have returned from a visit v
to their relatives, Mr. R. S. Maybin ;
and family, in the Silverstreet section.
Mr. Jno. T. Cromer, of the postoffice, c
left Monday morning on his motor?>
fnr Colleton, a distance of about |
16Q miles. K
Mrs. S. G. Welch and granddaughter,
little Miss Troxelle Wright, are in a
Washington on a visit to her son, Mr. Ci
Williams Welch. A
Mr. J. E. Summer, of the electrical
department of the H. W. Johns-Manville
company, of Atlanta, spent the a
week-end in Newberry. " P
Mr. Robert L. Mayes, student at the ^
TofforoAti Martial pnllps:^. Philadel- :
phia, returned home on Monday to
spend his vacation.
Mr. J. T. Hutchinson left on Monday h
for Union on his regular inspection of q
the lines of the Southern Power com-1Q
panv. | b
Mr. 0. Klettner spent the week-end |
in Charleston, with Mrs. Klettner and j 0
other relatives. Mrs. Zobel and Mrs. I h
Klettner will return Tuesday. i ^
Miss Louella Tompkins and Mr. j c
a White were married on :v
Sunday evening at the O'Xeall Streett
Methodist parsonage by the Rev. A.; y
M. Gardner. | f
Col. W. H. Hunt on Wednesday will
attend a meeting of the board of trus-; e
tees of Connie Maxwell orphanage, j I
at Greenwood. He will be accompa- j d
nied to Greenwood by Mrs. Hunt. . t
Mrs. Harry O'Donnell, of Cornelia, j
Ga., who was formerly Miss Harriet I
i,eavell, of Newberry, is the guest of i
Mrs. D. B. Alexander.?Greenwood *
Dr. Stanmore L. Cash, of New York,
arrived Friday to visit his mother, i I
Mrs. B. F. Goggans. Dr. Cash was accompanied
by J. T. Goggans from
i Misses Carrie Belle West, Alice
West and Leila Dennis, and Messrs.
Tom P. Wicker, Bacliman Smeltzer
and Jno. H. Baxter paid a visit Sunday
! to Miss Mary Sue Griffin at Ninety-Six.
Mrs. George C. Hipp brings the grai
tifying news on Monday that Mr.
! Hipp's condition is improved. He has
been critically ill since the operation
for appendicitis at Knowlton's hospital.
Miss Essie Belle Wilson and Mr.
Virgil F. Cook were married on Suniday
morning at 9 o'clock by the Rev.
J. M. Fridy at the residence of the
bride's mother, Mrs. Eula Wilson, on
R. F. D. No. 2, Newberry.
Mrs. James McCaughrin, of Newberry,
is the guest of Mrs. Richard P.
Morgan. Rev. and Mrs. D. P. Boyd
and Master Albert Boyd are visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
Boyd.?Union Times, 17th.
Miss Myrtle Dennis, of Newberry,
was the attractive guest of her brother,
Prof. J. A. Dennis, last week. Prof.
J. A. Dennis, after completing his
year's school work, left on Saturday
morning for Newberry.?Bethune cor.
Camden Chronicle, 17th.
^irs. i. in. rarKS, or ixewDerry, nas
returned home after a few days' stay
with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Wheeler.
Mr. N. H. Lester and little son, of
Silverstreet, spent Sunday with his
father-in-law, Mr. J. W. Black.?Cool
Spring cor. Leesville News-Advocate,
Miss Mazie Dominick, of Newberry,
is expected in the city soon to be the
guest of Mrs. A. G. Brice. While here
A. _ J ?J -1? -?r;^
aur, Aim uue assistance Ol MISS JBaiT,
will give an organ recital at the A. R.
P. church, the proceeds to go to the
beneficiary student at Due West college,
supported by the College Circle
here.?Chester Lantern, 17th.
Mr. Jeff B. Amick is recovering from i
severe injury received at his saw
mill at Chappells. While engaged last
Tuesday in putting a shed over his
saw mill a negro pulled a heavy piece
rt timber oil him, and in saving himself
from more serious injury foe suf- :
'ered an overstrain which laid him up i
md made him very ill. Dr. W. G. J
Souseal put him on the road to re- 1
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. ]
The W. C. T. U. will meet Wednes- j1
lay afternoon at 4 o'clock with Mrs.
tfary Wright. 1
The Beth Eden school, Miss- Genia j
"aldwell teacher, will close this week. 1
^here will be a picnic at Beth- Eden on
The closing exercises of Trinity j
chool in No. 6 township, Miss Mc- j t
lillan teacher, are to be held on Wed- I
esday evening, May 22. c
Last Thursday night Mrs. J. R.
Jison gave a party in honor of her js
iece, Miss Saluda BLease, which was f
,rell attended and enjoyed by the in- i
ited friends of Miss Saluda.
Tn tha n i O O t i Tl cr / rvn.toct + Via ii*. In
*** u.v iiiv/ *1 * ! a.
ade between W. C. and David Hayes, i v
William Sample and Gus Thomassonjc
le winner of the $2 prize was David b
[ayes, who ate his pie first. j f
In a list of enterprises reduced on IC
ssessments as announced by the |J
omptroller general on Friday is the,c
.shley Manufacturing company, New- '
erry, from $15,000 to $10,000. j *1
Carlos, the 5-year-old son of Rev.:,
nd Mrs. A. M. Gardner, fell o: a tricy- .
1 a C!ii n tf r> ff rvr?r? aa?i r? rl V>ic
ic ounua> aitciiii/uii ctiiu mo
ight forearm, Dr. W. G. Houseal set ^
tie' broken arm and the little fellow
getting along alright.
The annual convention of the South a
larolina Funeral Directors and Em- i?
aimers' association will be held in s
lolumbia on May 29 and 30. Call to;
rdor, R. Y. Leavell, president, New- n
erry. | v
The Children's Missionary society!
f Central church will meet at the:
ome of Mr. C. H. Cannon 011 Tues- ;
ay, at 0 p. m. There will be an exer- I'
ise by the children, and those present J
nil see a Japanese house built in less ;
han "a day." Children under 14 j
ears of age are invited. A silver of- J
ering will be taken.
Something over $300 has been raisd
for the Newberry Concert band,
^et the good work continue. The A11lerson
Daily Mail of the 17th cites ?
he fact that the band in Anderson f
ias just received a new set of similar 12
nstruments of the latest type, known 11
s Conn's New Era, at a cost of about 11
>1,600. Newberry must not be out-!
[one by Anderson.
>"ow is the time to subscribe to The r
Terald and News, $1.50 a year. |i
! ( ALL DR. E. PENDLETON JONES.
Congregation of First Baptist CJiurek
Unanimously Decide to Invite
Virginian to Pastorate.
The congregation of the First Bap!
fjof 11r*/vV? /-in QnnHflV mnrnin? linani.
Li O L. V/I1U1 V-/LX \J ll w 0
mously decided to extend a call to Dr.
E. Pendleton Jones, of Hampton, Va.
The congregation has been without a
pastor since the resignation of the
Rev. George A. Wright, some time ago,
after 21 years of continuous faithful
service. Dr. Jones was the Memorial
| day orator in Newberry this year, and
i delivered a splendid address. While
I V? 4- Ti/ canmnno of f Vl O
| Xld'G UV \jl unv jj.q u.t vxav
| First Baptist church-.
I Dr. Jones has several brothers in
the ministry, among them Dr. Howard
Lee Jones, of Charleston.
| CAN>0>->YEAR>. I
Miss Mary Cannon and Mr. G. Frank !
Wearn United in Marriage on
"VTioo ATorv Pqnnr-m on/1 \Tr fl TTVarilr '
*TXJLOO iUttiJ ui*u v^. . - - ? |
Wearn were quietly married at the j
parsonage of the Lutheran Church of j
the Redeemer on Saturday morning at
11 o'clock by the Rev. Edw. Fulenwider.
Only the family of the bride were
The bride is a daughter of Mr. B. F.
Cannon, of Newberry. She is a young j
iad} of talents and of many personal
charms. She taught the Garmany j
school the past session. Mr. Wearn
is representative of the Globe Tailor-!
ing company, and is well known andj
popular throughout South Carolina!
ar.d in many other States where he is;
Mr. and Mrs. Wearn have hosts of j
friends who wish for them much hap-:
They left on the Southern train atj
II.50 Saturday morning for a three,
weeks' trip in the North and in Can-1
>'egro Suffers Terrible Injuries.
William Maybin, a negro working at l
Mr. A. C. Thomasson's saw mill, on I
Mr. Caleb Buzhardt's place, in. No. 2
township, suffered a fearful accident,
but is still living, and the physicians i
in attendance have hopes of his recovery.
Whie taking lumber away
from the saw he came in contact with <
the saw, and both his hands were '
practically sawed off at the wrist, his !
right knee was almost sawed off, -his <
right foot was sawed into, and his left ji
eg was almost sawed off above the;
It was necessary to amputate both :'
lis hands. There has been no ampu- !
:ation of the legs as yet, and it is !
:hought it may be possible to save i
Jiem en/tire, though the physicians j1
'ear they may have to amputate the ]
eft leg. x f 1
Dr. W. A. Dunn was called to see
Jae negro, and Dr. J. K. Gilder and :
Dr. W. E. Pelhamr Jr., have been in j i
:onsultation witti Mm, and assisting jJ
iim. It is remarkable that the negro |
lurvived his terrible injuries.
Death of 3Ir. Henry Todd. j
Mr. John Henry Todd died of cancer j
?n Monday morning at 11.30 o'clock
.t the residence of Mr. W. W. Caldwell,
two and a half miles from the J
ity. He was in his oath year and had ;
een suffering with this dread disease
or about a year, having been to the
Columbia hospital for treatment last j
une. About the middle of last Deember
he grew worse and was con- i
- a- ->-5- J.;I J--.ii, ?'
mea to nis room untu uea.ui tcucvcu -im.
He was twice married, his first wife
eing Miss Alice Merchant. His secr
nd wife was Mrs. Nora Singley, the
aughter of Mr. Henry Cannon, of Litle
Mr. Todd is survived by a widow' ^
nd seven children?two by his first j
nd five by his second marriage. He j0
5 survived also by a mother and one'
The burial will take place Tuesday j
toon at the old Hunt graveyard, ser- |
ice by the Rev. J. E. Carlisle. j j
Tabernacle School Picnic. !T
The public is cordially invited to! ^
ittend the picnic near Tabernacle j
:hurch 011 0 airday, May 25. Ice!
:ream, lemonade and coca-cola will j
>e sold for the benefit of the school. |
.et everybody come, and bring well- i 3
illed baskets. We will assure you a c
jleasant time. j
^ | c
At the Arcade. p
Friday, the flour rooting contest, |
showing the boys rooting into the j"
ioor for the $2.00. Wednesday, May : I
!9, is the date we give away that real
ive baby. Allen outlaws coming soon.
)ate will be given later.
m i Our
Representative at Prosperity. ^
Mr. E. W. Werts is authorized to j
eceipt for subscriptions at Prosperj
POLICEMAN KILLS NEURO.
Fatal Shooting: at Pomaria on Saturday
at the Inquest.
Will Eichelberger, a negro, was shot
and killed by Policeman Henry B.
! Richardson, at Pomaria, late Saturday
| afternoon. It appears from the testiI
mony taken at the coroner's inquest
: that the shooting occurred while Mr.
' Richardson was having trouble with
| the negro in arresting him for disoriderly
Sheriff Buford and Coroner John
| Henry Chappell went to the scene,
| and the coroner he-Id an inquest on
I Saturday night. The verdict was that
| Eichelberger "came to his death from
pistol wounds in the hands of Henry
Following is the testimony taken at
Man Williams, sworn: "Policeman
Henry Richardson and Will Eichelberger
was coming up street and policeman
told Eichelberger to go on out |
of town and Eichelberger said all
right. Policeman followed cn and i
Eichelberger stopped to light his pipe
and Eichelberger was cursing. Mr.
Henry Richardso-n told Eichelberger
not to curse and said, You must not
threaten my life. Mr. Richi -dio . told
A.lKAY?flTAW f Viof Vl a V* r* V> ?
A_Ji11 ^71u\~>i 5C1 iuat 11 tr 11 au u*ctrn tu JL can
and got whiskey, and Eichelberger j
said it was a lie. Mr. Richardson took j
Eichelberger by the arm and told him I
he was not behaving right and that
he would have to go to the guard
house. Eichelberger told policeman
to go away and let him alone. Eichelberger
said, Let me go, and grabbed 1
the policeman's pistol, and Mr. Rich-!
ardson fired and Eichelberger fell
Man X Williams,
Geo. Robertson, sworn: I know nothing
about, starting. Policeman said to
Buffalo Eichelberger, You are treating
me wrong. Eichelberger said, How?
?you told me if I would go out of town
it would be all right. Policeman said,
But you have not gone. Eichelberger
said, Can I light my pipe? Policeman
said, Yes, but you go home and
stop cursing. Eichelberger said, All
right. Policeman waited there and
njcneiDerger saia someming ana was:
cursing, and the .policeman said, You j
have got to go to guard house and |
Eichelberger said' he would not goy
and policeman said, If you don't and
threaten me you will be a dead negro, j1
and Eichelberger said, I am looking j
dut for that. Policeman caught hold j ^
Df Eichelberger and Eichelberger said,,
Stop that Policeman then pulled the'
pistol and pointed it at Eichelberger!
and said, Come on, and Eichelberger,!
thro-wed up his arm and grabbed at j
pistol, and said, I git you, and the pis- |
:ol fired' and Eichelberger fell.
George X Robertson. <
Rieliardson Surrenders?Bail Granted, j
Henry K_ Riehiardson surrendered 1
m Monday morning to Constable Can- f i
ion G. Blease. Mr. Blease fits in what- j ;
iver capacity he is called upon to act, j
md he represented his brother, Eugene
S. Blease, Esq., on the motion for,
jail in Columbia on Monday. Taking:
>Ir. Richardson to Columbia, he ap-1
>eared before Associate Justice R. C. j
*Vatts, of the supreme court. Asso-!
:iate Justice Watts granted bail in |
he sum of five hundred dollars. Con- j
table Blease ^r'd Mr. Richardson re- j
urned to Newberry on Monday after-,
loon, and Mr. Richardson furnished;
he bond required. 1
The bullet from Mr. uichardson's j
)istol struck the negro below the; j
ight eve, killing him instantly. : Q
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Deatli of a Maiden Lady.
Miss Louisa Kinard, 70 years old,! c
tied at her home at Dr. W. C. Brown's j
ast Saturday and was buried at Leb- ! ,
-non Sundav afternoon at 2 o'clock, I
ervice by the Rev. J. M. Fridy. I
Death of Infant.
The 16-months-old child of Mr. and | s
rtrs. Pat Turner died at West End;
Yiday evening at 6 o'clock and was j f
>uried at West End cemetery Saturday |v
ifternoon at 4.30 o'clock, service by t
he Rev. L. B. White. j ^
Death of Infant. t
The 14-months-old baby of Mr. and s
Urs. Milton King, of Long Lane, died j i
>n Sunday night and was buried at' >
king's Creek Monday afternoon at 5 i c
)'clock, service by the Rev. .Jas. D. i
? j v
IOUSE FOR RENT?Either furnished c
or unfurnished. Possession given
July 1. Apply to Mrs. 0. L. Schum-i
pert, 1600 Main street. 5-21-tf.:
TASTED?Cooks, waiters, train Dor- ?
ters, chamber maids, office boys.j
Good wages. Apply at once at c
Mayes' Book Store. 5-21-lt.
YOUNG LINEMAN ELECTROCUTED.
Chester Foster Met Death While
Working on Telephone Cable on
Chester Foster, a young white man,
j employed on a construction force of
i the Southern Bell Telephone company.
\s<Xi> eiecuwuicu uy tiiuer o
o'clock on Friday afternoon, when he
j came in contact with one of the city's
i electric light wires r\i:wlng parallel
with and under the cable he was
j working on. The accident happened
j on Main street, between the stores of
'Paul Johnstone and E. Hugh Summer.
Foster, it is said, had just told the
negro on the ground, who wis pulling
j Foster along the cable with a ropr,
ehat he could turn the rope loose, that
he could ?et along by himself. Shortly
afterwards he was to tumble
over, the live wire having touched him
somewhere below the waist His beit
was attached to the cable and he
swung head downwards, with Lis feet
and legs entangled in the wires. Lineman
L. A. Keller, who was working
on the same line, about forty yards
below Foster, immediately cut the
electric wires, and went up on the
cable where Foster was suspended,
and lowered him to the ground with a
rope. Mr. Keller displayod remarKable
coolness and presence of mind.
Drs. Mower, Pinner, Setzler and Pelham
worked with the young m^n for
about an hour in the effort to resuscitate
him, but without avail, and at
6 o'clock they gave up further efforts.
Foster was a son of Mrs. Delia Foster,
who lives in the "High Point" section
of Newberry, and was her chief
source of support. He was 13 years
of age. In addition to his mother he
is survived by a young sister Ruby.
He was an excellent young man and
was well liked here. He had been
working for the telephone company
only since the big freeze, in the early
part of the year. His father was killed
in Mexico in a railroad accident
some five years ago while engineer in
charge of a train. He was .1 grandson
of Mr. John Foster, of the county,
formerly engineer at the Newberry
The remains were interred at Rosemont
cemetery on Sunday morning at
J. A. Mimnaugh.
Mimnaugh's big May sale has been
such a success that he will continue
t a few days longer. You may see
iis announcement in this issue of The
fterald and News.
GREATEST SEA FIGHTER.
Southern . .3Iiss . .>'ames .."Texas,"
Launched on Saturday.
Newport News, Va., May 18.?With a
precision and smoothness declared by
experts never before to have been
jqualled, more than 11,000 tons, of
steel was given life today and as a
>attleship glided gracefully into the
vaters of the James River from the
yards of the Newport News Shipbuildng
company, after being christened
It was the infant battleship of the
United States navy, but the largest and
nost powerful war vessel in the world,
i daughter of the biggest State in the
Jnion broke over the prow of this
;reat hulk a bottle of champagne and ,
)ronounced in distinct tones, "I chrlsen
thee Texas." This daughter of the :
South, who acted as sponsor,, was Miss
Claudia Ljon, 10-year-old daughter of
:ol. Cecil Lyon, Republican national
committeeman from Texas. Eight
jretty Texas misses, carrying bou[uets
of flowers, maids of honor, stood
>y, wfole the daughter of the president
>f the United States, miss neien ia.ii,
losely watched the ceremony from
learby the christening platform.
George Von L. Meyer, secretary of the
tavy, representing the president as
veil as the navy, was standing by the
lose of the great battleship as she
tarted down the ways.
Other nations are trying desperately
or the honor of owning the greatest '
varship, but it will be months after
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ne Texas and ner sister snip, me ^ew
fork, which will be launched at the
Cew York navy yard in July, have
aken the water before the monster
.hips planned to outsize them and now
L*. r construction in European ship- J
-ards will be wraterborne. It was
leemed fitting that these two exem>lars
of the highest skill of the shipwright
should bear the names- of two
varships which covered themselves
with glory during the Spanish-Ameri
A woman left her baby in its car iage
at the door of a department
(tore. A policeman found it there, ap- *
jarently abandoned. As he passed
lown the street, a gamin yelled:
'What's the kid done?"?Collier's. 5
(Corrected by Nat Gist).
: Strict good middling 11%
Good middling 11^4
Strict middling 11^4
(By Robt McC. Holmes).
(By Summer Bros. Co.)
Cotton seed 30
Cotton seed 28
Cotton 12 4
! Cotton seed 30
Cotton se?d 28'
' Cotton seed 30
One Cent a Word. No ad*
j vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
FOR SALE?One fine mare, 7 years i
old, gentle and works good. Will
sell cheap. G. R. Price, No. 78 Moli
iohon Mill. 5-21-4t.
BUT YOUR CIGARS from Anne 0.
Ruff & Co., the wholesale and retail
cigar store. 1100 Caldwell St Phone * A
HARLEY-DA VIDSOJf motorcycles on j
easy payment $75 down, $15 per* J
monjtli. Motorcycle cylinder oil,
spark plugs, pedals, tires and other
supplies. Harley-Davidson Agency,
Crotwell Hotel Building. 2t
AGENTS WANTED at once throughout
Newberry and Greenwood counties 1
to solicit and writ? insurance for the
Pacific Mutual life Insurance Co.
Liberal contract to all who are will- mM
ing to work, either part or wholel^H
time. J. L. Mayer, Dist Agt, 807
ojl.-xa juju uuiwu bccu iuj. oaic.
Guaranteed standard variety. $1.00^
per bushel. G. D. Brown, Prosper- * 1
ity, S. C. 5-3-tf.
PICTURES framed at 0. & T. E. Salter's
Studio. See our mouldings. East
End Main street. 4-30-81.
FURBISHED room for rent. Apply
to Mrs. J. W. White, 1003 Caldwell
STILE FOR SALE CHEAP?Apply to'
M. M. Buford, Newberry, S. C.
4-19-tf. " 1
I>DIA3T RTTOER DUCKS?The kind
that lay. Eggs for sale 15 for $1.00.
S. L. Fellers, Prosperity, S. C.
FOR SALE?One 12- horsepower International
gasoline engine and on& ^
F. and E. co-planer, with 6x24 cylinder.
All in good shape at reasonable |
price. Apply "to C. D. Shealy, Pomai*
ia, S. C. I
sr o 1
.Edgefield Ave., Greenwood, S. C.
"THE BEST BY TEST"?Laundry
agency represented toy A. 0. Ruff &
Co. Phone them. X
MILK CATTLE?I have for sale of my^
own breeding few nice Polled Dur
ham heifers with young calves.
These heifers are sired by a registered
Polled Durham bull which
will eiwght about 1,400 pounds, out
of Tennessee pure bred Durham of
the milking strain, and when fresh^
milking give three gallons of milk,
and will weigh around 1,100 to 1,200
pounds. Also few pure bred
Shropshire ram lambs sired by registered
Shropshire ram, bred to Virginia
pure bred Shropshie strain*
which are bred for mutton and wool
combined. Prices reasonable. L. W.
Floyd. 5-7-6 t-6t ?
T AYA GT 4 PT T ^
[ WILL BE AT POMARJA every Wednesday,
and at Chappells every
Friday afternoon. Cures guaranteed
in all curable cases. Examination '<
free. J. W. Sharp, Veterinary surgeon.
ROOMS TO EE>*T CHEAP?I have 3 ,
or 4 nice rooms to rent to party
without small children. Two blocks
from square. 1309 College street,
Newberry, S. C. Write D. M. Wells,
Hendersonville, N. C. 2-6-tf |
IN'Y 0>'E desiring a Singer sewing 2
machine, terms cash or credit, can
get one by calling on J. C. Sample.
1-19-tf. , J
HONEY TO LEND?Money to lend on
real estate. Long time and easy V
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter,