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The Movements of Many People?
Aewberrians, and Tiiose wno
Mr. E. L. Crump, of Union, is in the
Mr. Ivy Cromwell, of Columbia, was
- -- - o.
iii JNewoerry suuuhj.
Mrs. B. E. Julien has returned from
visiting relatives in Columbia.
Miss Olive Feagle is visiting Mrs.
Reader Brooks, of Jalapa.
^ A 1 rvf D< m orio Va 9
BU. O. XX. ?\U1.11 ?J, U1. iuuciuh, tw. X)
-was in the city Friday.
Mr. J. E. Long was in the city Saturday
from Slighs No. 1.
Miss T. E. Salter is this week attending
the Southern Photographic
convention in Atlanta.
Manio flrQnffor nf \'pw Or
iUIO^ AUCTHiV VI * J V- -?v?. ~ leans,
has returned to her home after
a visit to friends in Newberry.
Miss Floe Smith, of Abbeville, spent
Sunday in the city as the guest of
Mrs. Bessie Dove.
Miss Sarah Hayes, of Columbia,
spent the week-end with relatives
Miss Ruby Wheeler, of Spartan
burg, is visiting at Mrs. H. L. Parr's
for school commencement
Theodore Danielsen. Jr., of Columbia,
spent Sunday with his grandfather,
Mr. Theo. Danielsen.
Mrs. Alonzo Keliar went to NewT>erry
Mr. W. P. Durst went to Newberry
this morning on business.?Greenwood
Misses Lurline and Lizzie Lee
y-vf r>rcnoro'hlirc flfP vi SI tins'
UUU1C1 ? Vt ViUii^vwu*^, ?- v . .w?Q
Miss Fay Rikard.
Dr. Lee Davis Lodge, president of
Limestone college, is visiting at the
residence of Dr. J. M. Kibler.
Miss Maggie Werts, who has been
teaching at Limestone college, is visiting
her sister, Mrs. J. M. Kibler.
Mr. Raymond Reeder, of Whitmire,
spent the week-end with* his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reeder.
Little Miss Marguerite Spearman is
at Bennettsville visiting her cousin,
Mrs. Jack Crossland. She was joined
in Columbia by Mr. Grady Goggans.
Col. W. H. Hunt went to Greenville
Sunday to visit the Rev. Geo. A.
Wright, his former pastor, who is improving.
Miss Grace Padgett, of Jacksonville
Fla., a graduated trained nurse, is at
Mr. E. H. Cousins'. Any one needing
her services ring 232-3.
Mrs. C. M. Cook will return to her
Home in Newberry Monday aft<*r n
Tfsft to her daughter, Mi?? C. M. Ceo1-:.
?Spartanburg journal, 1st.
Mrs- F. H. Copeland, Misses Earie
and Mamie Ehrhardt, of Ehdhardt, are
visiting their grandmother, Mrs. H. F.
Mrs. W. D. Avinger, of Cordesville,
UerKCiey CUUiiLJ, sycm ouuua,* nil"
her sister, Mrs*D. Fair Pifer, returning
home with Master Augustus Pifer
?n a visit.
Messrs. A. L. Black, of Prosperity,
and R. J. Johnson, of Pomaria. were
members of the large gaduating class
in medicine at the Medical College of
South Carolina in Charleston Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. .T. W. Hipp and children,
Mildred and Sarah, have re
turned to Whitmire, S. C., after a visit
io Mrs. Hipp's 'brother, Mr. Bishop
Isom.?Spartanburg Herald, 1st.
Miss Gillette Schumpert, of Xewtjerrv,.
is expected this afternoon to
spend commencement week here the
gust of Misses Minnie and Ethel Biggers.?Rock
Hill Record, 30th.
Mr. John P. Wise was called Saturday
to the bedside of a great-aunt at
Prosperity. Mr. Wise returned 01*
Wednesday morning and we are glad
io learn that the condition of the sick
o-ne- is improved.?Jasper Herald, 29th.
Mrs. L. P. Clark, of Reidsvil.e,
C., "who has spent a pleasant week
with her sister. Mrs. J. A. Meldau,
returned to- her home on Friday much
impressed with the improvements gotnjc
q-q in the cirv of Newberry since
iher last cfsit here.
Miss Louise Houseal, of Cedartown,
who has been ill at the Davis-Fisher
sanitarium, is convalescing. Miss
Gussie Houseal has returned to her
in Cedartown, after spending
several days the past week in the city.
?Atlanta Constitution, 2nd.
Mr. Robert E. Leavell has returned
from a trip to New Orleans. He saw
Robert Hayne Tarrant, who is doing
well. Mr. Leavell stopped over at
Lake City, Fla., where he saw Dr.
Jack Xance. also doing well. However,
rhe three agree in the opinion that
there is 110 place like Newberry.
Miss Florrie Wilkes, of Blairs, was
a guest of Clifford Seminary this week
during the commencement exercises.
Affc? Tocnflr Hn'/sn? nf Rlnirs. blisses
1 o. } ao pvi vy ?? V *? V. ,
Xora Brunson, of Mayesville. Annie
Hope, of Lockhart, and Mary Ladd, of
Dawkins, are the guests of Mrs. B. G.
Clifford this week.?Union Times, 31st.
Mr. W. S. McGraw left last week
for San Francisco, whence on Thursday
he sails for the Philippines as
c/vhrwrkl cnnpm'flnr nnflpp frnvprti
ment service. His many friends are
proud of the high distinction he is
| gaining. Mr. MCGraw is well qualified
for the position and is fast forging to
Rev. G/ A. Wright, a well known
Baptist minister and a brother of Mr.
S. P. Wright here, was stricken with
paralysis in Greenville yesterday. He
was visiting at the home of his daughj
ter at the time. Rev. Mr. Wright has
I many friends here who will be deeply
i pained to learn of his illness and who
wish him a recovery.?Greenwood Index,
Mr. C. M. Richie, of Astor Park, Fla.,
left for Newberry county last Friday
evening, where he will spend a few
days with relatives and friends after
spending a week here with brother!
in-law. Mr. L. H. Cromer, and other
I relatives and friends. Mr. C. M.
Richie returned Wednesday evening
from Newberry county, where he spent
a few days with friends and relatives,
and will speitf a while here with relatives
and friends.?Clinton Gazette,
30th. Quick trip.
YARIOrS AXD ALL ABOUT.
Mr. W. H. Wendt is announced as a
candidate for county commissioner.
Mr. H. W. Dominick is announced as
| a candidate for county treasurer.
The Bachelor Maids will have a
called meeting at chamber of commerce
Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock.
The Episcopal Sunday school en;
joyed a lawn party at Mrs. D. Fair
Pifer's on last Thursday evening.
In a one-sided game of ball Saturday
Mollohon 'beat West End 15 to 2.
Epting, the crack college twirler,
pitched a beautiful game.
Recorder Jno. W. Earhardt on Saturday
morning fined Mr. John Powell
j $3 for slapping Mr. Hayne Fowler's
; face. Mr. Powell paid.
The Orpheus club will meet with
Mrs. S. B. Jones Tuesday afternoon
j at 5.30 o'clock. All who intend to
i help with the commencement music
'are expected to be present.
The Rock Hill Record says that
; Xewberry must be "some quiet" city
to let a hen make her nest and lay
| therein on a sidewalk in the place as
described by The Herald and News.
Mr. B. L. Dorrity has recently been
I made manager of the Mollohon baseball
team, and under' his management
the first game was a decided
victory for Mollohon.
Thomasson & Son have moved their
j saw mill to Mr. A. C. Thomasson's
i valuable plantation of 400 or more
: acres on Enoree river, where they are
; to cut 200,000 feet of lumber for the
j Whitmire cotton mill.
Among the graduates, with the de
Igree of bachelor of arts, at the Col|
lege for Women in Columbia, is Miss
I Annie Young, of Newberry. The Her,
aid and News acknowledges receipt ol
j an invitation from her to the com|
Flynn is giving away goods that are
| worth 'big money for little or almost
j nothing. Cheap as dirt broken by
: Flynn. Big bargains. Better buy
| while the chance lasts and the oppor:
tunitv affords. This opportunity won't
I knock at your door but once. Seize it
; and save regrets when Flynn leaves.
j Another mule heard from. A mule
; 26 years old, raised by Mr. George A.
! Livingston, of Pomaria No. 2, is weaiiing
the same bridle and collar in
which Mr. Livingston broke him. when
the mule was 18 months old, and has
been working in the same everv year
| since, still being at it every suitable
! and available work day on the farm.
At his court on Monday Recorder
Earhardt fined Dave Glenn $25 for dis!
orderly conduct and carrying pistol.
: Dave paid. At the same session John
i .Toniken, for creating disturbance and
i THo St-owart fnr flisnrrierlv nrmdnot.
each forfeited a $5 bond. Also, Spen|
cer Griffin was fined $2.50 for beating
j a $2.50 board bill. He paid his fine
i and was made to pay the board bill
At the meeting of the Funeral Dii
rectors' association in Columbia lasi
week, both the funeral directors of
i Newberry had prominent parts. Mr
R. Y. Leavell was president of the association.
He is succeeded by W. C
Wise, of Sumter. Mr. J. H. Baxter
was a member of the committee which
presented to Governor Blease the!
names of those selected for appoint- :
ment on the State embaimers' board, j
which will be organized on August 1 1
as th.? examining board. The selection
of this board was an important feature
of the meeting.
JALA PA SCHOOL CLOSES.
Picnic and Barbecue?The Prize Winners?Names
of Pupils on the
The Jalapa school closed on last
Friday. No regular closing exercises
were had, but the patrons, children,
and friends enjoyed a picnic in Mr.
W. C. Sligh's pasture on Saturday.
The attendance was good, and in addition
to the picnic dinner, a pot of bart
nma corvprl The heaVV
UCCU6 Iiaoii nao _
rain came about noon and interfered
somewhat with the pleasure of the
day, but it was greatly enjoyed by all
Miss Kate Thompson, who hias
taught the school very successfully
during the past session, has been reelected
by the trustees and has accepted.
She offered three or four
prizes in the school, which were
awarded on Saturday, presentation
being made by Hon. C. T. Wyche. Dunoan
Slieh Farrow was given the prize
for attendance, Thompson and Louise
Connor were awarded the prize for
excellency in reading. Willie Belle
Duckett won the prize in spelling,
having made a perfect mark the enj
j The following were read out as havling
been on the honor roll:
From 95 to 100?Willie Bell Duckett,
Lois Glasgow, Gertie Miller, Mary
Chalmers, Frank Glasgow, Law McCarley,
Louise Connor, Thompson
Iprmnnr. Horace Gruber, David Grad
From- 90 to 95?Earl Folk, Ida Folk,
, Duncan Farrow, Mary Lou Glasgow,
! Hugh McCarley, Bruce Riser, Joe
An Approaching Marriage at Prosperity
of Much Interest?Other Prosperity
Prosperity, June 3.?Mr. and Mrs.
B. B. Schumpert announce the enI
gagement of their daughter, Miss Em;
ma Julia, to Mr. Joseph Allen Hunt,
of Statesboro, Ga. The marriage is to
take place at 8 o'clock Tuesday mornj
ing, June IS, at her home. Xo cards
,; will he issued, and the ceremony will
; be performed in the presence only of
the relatives and a few friends.
The bride and groom will leave on
, I the 10 o'clock train for their wedding
. j trip, going to Indian Spring for a few
, | weeks before enjoying a visit to
j friends in Vidalia and Savannah, Ga.
i Miss Schumpert is one of the most
1: attractive young ladies here, having
many individual charms and counts
,'her many friends by the score.
Dr. Hunt is a promising young pharmacist,
having been for several years
'! connected with the Franklin Drug
>'company in States'boro, Ga. It is,
i i therefore, in Statesboro, that the
J young couple will go to make their
' j home.
i Rev. E. W. Leslie, pastor of Grace
Lutheran church, is supplying, temporarily,
Mt. Pilgrim Lutheran con,
i gregation, about three miles from
; Prosperity. His appointments there
. I are the first and third Sundays at 4
| p. m.
Death of Mrs. Eldora >Tc>'eely.
! A telegram to Miss Fannie Mc.
j Caughrin .stated that Mrs. McXeely
i died at Mooresville, X. C., on Satur
day night last. Mrs. McXeely will be
remembered here as formerly Miss
Eldora Williamson, daughter of the
: I late Rev. J. L. Williamson.
On the Honor Roll.
j The Commercial bank of Xewberry
\ has been placed on the roll of honor
of the State -banks of the United
States, and is one of the few banks
iii South Carolina and the only bank
: in Newberry county that has had that
I distinction. The growth of the bank
has been steady, substantial and coni
, i M
At the Arcade.
Don't fail to see "The Golden Wed'
ding" at the Arcade Wednesday in
two reels. This is one of the finest
pictures that has ever been released.
nffprnoon and night,
, m?.vv ? ? _
therefore a chance for everybody to
, i see it. Admission 5 and 10c.
Meeting Hospital Workers.
All persons who have agreed tio sell
" i ten shares of stock in the Newberry
t! County Hospital are requested to meet
! at the chamber of commerce 011 Wed
nesday afternoon, .Tune 5, at 6 o'clock.
I. H. Hunt,
Chairman Hospital Committee.
NEWBERRY COUNTY HOSPITAL.
List of Subscribers Given?Donations
Elsewhere in this issue of The Her- j
aid and News is published a list of the '
cnhsoriiiers ro the canital stock of the
Newberry count}* hospital. The subscriptions
total about eight thousand
dollars. The bulk of this was raised
on last Thursday, and the bulk of it
comes from the city limits.
The subscription list is gradually
increasing, and there is every reason
to feel assured tfiat the hospital will
be built. In fact, those who have
: worked hard for it are determined
I that the movement must succeed.
At the meeting to hear the reports
of the committees who canvassed the
wards in the whirlwind campaign,
there were a number of volunteers to
V. ?i *3 WArl /3 y-v 1 1 r\ r+c*
; S?GK IU raifcrti UHC iiuiiuicu uunaio
more each in subscriptions, and the
list of those undertaking this has been
increased to forty. If these forty are
successful, as it is expected they will
he, their efforts will increase t'le subscriptions
by four thousand dollars.
It will be noted from the subscribers
that the county as a whole has
not been heard from as yet, an J the
various sections of the county are expected
to subscribe to this nijvei...jnt,
which is a movement for the whole
It was stated in the last issue that
Dr. Knowlton, of Columbia, had do|
nated a new operating table. The
Daughters of the American Revolution,
of Newberry, will equip a room,
and the Bachelor Maids have a fund
of one hundred dollars on hand with
I which they will equip a room.
The Woman's Auxiliary, in the hospital
movement has an active organ
ization, and much is expected from it
In addition to the actual results
: achieved in subscriptions, the movej
ment has brought the business men of
. Newberry into closer touch and closer
| sympathy, and along with the great
1 object in view the effort is redounding
to the general good of the community,
Death at Mollohon.
Mrs. Rebecca Ray, daughter of Mrs.
Amelia Vanderford, died on lasi Friday
morning at East Side and was
buried at West End Saturday morning,
service conducted at O'Neall
Street Methodist church at 11 o'clock,
j by the Rev. A. M. Gardner.
GOES FOR BEQUEST.
1 Charleston Man Learned Through Ad|
yertisenient of Money Left Him
i Charleston. Mav 31.?W. Harrv
j Taylor, manager of Pinkussohn's
j quick lunch establishment on East
l Bay, leaves here tomorrow for New
I York, whence he sails next Wednesday
on the Cunard r'ner Campagni2
|for Liverpool, en ro ite to Leeds, England,
whore he goes to collect a beI
qu-.vst cf something over 1,300 pounds,
: Abi.ch was recently bequeathed to
ibim by a cousin. Mi. Taylor's attention
was called about two weeks ago
jto an advertisement, running in a
j.\ew > orn paper, 10 tne enect mat one
!\V. tl Taylor wouM find it to his adi
vantage to cominniiicate with a ceri
i tain jaw f.rm at Leeds. This led to
it'ie discovery thaf he was the bene:
; Former ?wberrian Dies in Laurens.
1 Laurensville Herald, 31st.
J Last Monday night. May 27, Mrs.
(Amanda Davis died after a brief illness
at her home near Poplar Springs
church. She is survived by three
: children, twenty-one grand children
land fifty-one great grand-children.
! B>r husband, James L. Davis, died in
| December, 1904. The three children
i living are Messrs. G. Wash Davis,
John B. Davis and Mrs. James Walker,
all of this community. One son,
; Warren G., was killed in the Seven
' Da vs fight at Richmond, Va.
Mrs. Davis was born near Bush Riv1
aw vVi 11 r?/-vVi VnirKArrv nnnntv A/Tott Qfi
' c J v um v.'U, t ?? uci i y wu 11 c j , *ua j uvj
1819. She was married to Mr. .Tames
|L. Davis in 1839. In 1857 Mr. and Mrs.
Davis moved from Newberry county to
this community. They united with the
Poplar Springs Baptist church about
; BLACK SBITRG FIRE
CAUSES BIG LOSS
Flames Destroy Business Section of
Town.?Loss Hay Reach $100,000.
noffrmv \Tqv 31 ?TTiro whir?h starf
uaini^j ^ *uuj v*. * ??v/ ? ^ v? I
ed at 3 o'clock this morning burned
the .business section of Blacksburg to
the ground 11 stores suffering from
the fla.mes at a loss which totals approximately
$100,000. While some estimate
that the loss may not exceed
$75,000, the first figure is generally
conceded to be nearer the actual loss.
THE WEST E>D SCHOOL
Successful and Profitable Session
Comes to Close?Interesting Facts
f1!-- " - "< i 1 -1 3
i ue w est Lna scuooi ciu&eu un rnday,
May 31. After short exercises at
the school building the pupils and
teachers enjoyed several hours at
beautiful Willowbrook park.
This school has had a fine enrolment
the past session, numbering 190
pupils. The attendance was regular
and large until measles invaded the
village about two months ago. For
this reason no attempt wa? made to
1 give the annual exhibition held for
I the past few years.
! The following statements may be
of interest to some:
The school has six grades, with
Pupili who have not been absent a
day during the year are: Janie Vines,
jAnrie Ma? Bedenbaugh, Berriics
Canpsen, Ruth Koon, Pearl Padgett
Girond Cheek, Harvey Thomas, Ber:
ley Bouknight Absent one day: Jani?
These pupils stood highest In their
" -Li- 3. a _ tri? j r\?r
Sixui u-raae?Annie rviiiaru, jm.
Fifth Grade?Bernice Caldwell, 94.
Fourth Gr^'1 ">?Grace Thompson, 93
Third Grrre?F. F. Tompkins. 96;
I Mabel Jones, 95.
Second Grade?Eva Robertson, 94.
First Grade?Christina Danielsen
One of the pleasant features for th(
principal of Friday's exercises "was
the presentation of a beautiful lockei
and chain to her 'by President Z. F
Wirght, the gift of pupils, teachers
ex-pupils and other friends of Wes
End. Tnis toKen or esteem ana appre
ciation shown by my friends and pu
pils will always be treasured as on<
of the most cherished of keep-sakes
11 thank you, kind friends, one and all
for your remembrance. Long live th<
West End school! May its influenci
ever be for good among Its people.
Yours most sincerely,
Laura B. Blease,
* * , rimuiuciif
To be Married.
Prosperity, June 1.?Mr and Mrs
B. B. Schumpert, of Prosperity, an
nounce the approaching marriage o
their daughter, Emma Julia, to Josepl
Allen Hunt, of Statesboro, Ga. Thi
marriage will take place Tuesda]
morning, June 18, at home.
Ice Cream Festival.
The Pocahontas of the Improve<
Order cf Red Men will give an ic<
cream festival Saturday evening, Jun<
8, at Wiliowbrook park, commencing
at 8 o'clock. There will be a grabba^
j game and other amusements. The pro
: ceeds are for the benefit of the Poca
|hontas council. Everybody is invitee
: to come and have an enjoyable timi
; and help to benefit this noble order,
j Committee of Cateechee Council No. 4
Former >'ewberrian Dies in Union.
I Union, May 30.?William Walte:
j Summer, after having been in ba<
j health for about six months, becam<
i much worse several weeks ago an<
died at his home in this city today a
2.15 p. m.
1 Mr. Summer was born in Newberr:
county 62 years ago. He is survive*
by his wife and the following chil
dren; M. B. and Claude B. Summer
I Mrs. James A. Whitlock, of Jonesville
j Miss Bess Summer and Ailleen Sum
Mr. Summer and family moved t<
Union, from Newberry, in 1901. Fo]
years he was a local preacher in th<
Methodist church, but for some tim<
past his health has been such that h<
could not keep up his regular minis
i terial duties.
j SPECIAL NOTICES.
One Cent a Word. No ad
vertisement taken for lea
than 25 cents.
; YOU CAX SAY what you please, bu
! Flynn is certainly slaughtering
prices now at the Bee Hive.
! FINE milk cows for sale. E. M. Ev
: ans & Co. 5-24-tf
j FLYSS, WHO IS RO>I\G the bank
rupt sale at the Bee Hive, doesn'i
j claim to be selling cheap goods, bu
; he is selling the very best good:
; cheap. He claims he can sell firs'
class merchandise for less mone:
I than any merchant can buy it at th<
| factory for spot cash. He knows
what he is talking about, but sayi
if you want cheap trash, shelf-worn
moth-eaten or dry rot shoes yoi
i will have to go elsewhere to fin<
that kind of shoes. He doesn't bu;
stocks of that kind.
>*ow is the time to snbserib to Th
j Herald and Sews, $1.50 a year.
' _ j
(Corrected by Nat Gist).
Strict good middling 12
Good middling 11%
Strict middling 11%
(By Robt McC. Holmes). ?
(By Summer Bros. Co.)
Cotton seed 30
Cotton seed 30
Cotton seed 25 _
Cotton .. ..11% ?
'Cotton seed 28
? A -1
. Cotton seed 30
, : Cotton seed 30
'! FOR TWO WEEKS more I will offer
the balance of the stock at the Bee
Hive at 65c. on the $1.00 of former
prices. Then I will sell the remain*
der on time, payable in notes maturing
from August 1 to December
31, 1912. D. C. Flynn, Mgr.
, LOST?Big red, white spotted, cow
with long horns. Strayed from our
1 nlapp last Tiios/iav Tf
Ir4WkVV XX 4.V A V*
turn to Boozer Bros* 6-4-lt
FLYNX IS THE 3IAX that sells good
i goods. He is the man that keeps
^ good goods. When he finds them
t they must go at some price, and go
quick at that * j?
t FIRST-CLASS BABBECUE?We will
furnish a first-class barbecue at
Prosperity on Saturday, June 8. Can
3 didates invited. u. w. Kinard, a.
B. Rikard, S. R. Metts. 5-28-4t.
' JAMES DODD, agent for Cole Bros.
L. R. Co. Best rod made. Any one
wanting rodding done write me at <
Newiberry, S. C. 6-3-8t
FOR SALE?One fine mare, 7 years
old, gentle and works good. Will
sell cheap. G. R. Price, No. 78 Mollohon
WE HATE just received another shipf
tflent of the famous Parker buggies,
also the renowned Gemco Harness.
Be sure you get one of these rigs
before we close out the shipment.
n nr o jp ci a
ZJ. m. jtLvaus cc i^o. .
FCRMSHEB room for rent. Apply
to Mrs. ,T. W. White, 1003 Caldwell
i street'. 4-26-tf.
, MULE FOR SALE CHEAP?Apply to
y\ M. M. Buford, Newberry, S..C. ?.
FOR SALE?One 12- horsepower Ini
orO CaI 1n/\ A,r?rtrir? A nil /I
t^:i naLiunai ga^ov/inic cugiuc auu vuv
| F. and E. co-planer, with 6x24 cylin3
der. All in good shape at reasonable
price. Apply to C. D. Shealy. Pomaria,
r I WILL BE AT POMABIA every WedI
nesday, and at Chappells every
5 Friday afternoon. Cures guaranteed
II in all curable cases. Examination
t j free. J. W. Sharp, Veterinary surgeon.
3 ROOMS TO RE XT CHEAP?I hav* 3
or 4 nice rooms to rent io party
without small children. Two block3
j from square. 1309 College street,
-j Newberry, S. C. Write D. M. Wells.
Hendersonville, N. C. 2-6-tf
r; 3fO>'ET TO LE]VD?Money to lend od
3; real estate. Long time and easy
a j payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter.
, FOR SALE?By the hundred, tomato
plants 50c, carrot plants 75c, egg
I plant 75c, pepper plants 75, beet
plants 50c, cabbage plants 50c, lettuce
plants 50c, collard plants 50c.
' j All plants in dozen lots, 10 cents per . ^
B dozen. C. P. Pelham. 5-28-tf.
FOR SALE?20 bushels white peas for
seed or table use. Price $2.25 per ?
bushel. H. D. Havird, 1100 Main St.,
3 Newberry, S. C. 5-27-tf.
I CHURCH barbecue at Pomaria July
, i 4. Speeches by prominent gentlei
men in the forenoon, and high class
_! baseball in the afternoon. Dinner
i. 40 and 50c. o-31-10t
,! SRTATED OR STOLEN?Wednesday
night, 22nd, one hound dog, white? f
, j with large yellow spots, and back is
covered with small speckles, one
' year old. Reward if returned to
5 1 ^ ^
Claud E. Abrams, R t\ U. i. a-ai-ai
? I HAVE plenty of fertilizers on hand,
* consisting of acids, kainit and guano
i S. J. Kohn, Prosperity, S. C. o-oi-2i
I will give a first-class barbecue ac
e my rejidence Friday, June 7.
15-24-4t L. C. PittA.