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The Movements of Many People?
Newberrians, and Those Who
Mrs. W. W. Smith, of Leesville, is
visiting her son, Mr. Charles Douglas.
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returned from Hot Springs, N. C.
Mr. J. B. Baker was in the city Saturday
Mr. D. N. Livingston, of Pomaria,
No. 1, was in the city Saturday.
Mrs. W. A. Hill last week returned
from Live Oak, Fla.
Mr. J. B. Cook, of Prosperity, Xo. 3,
was in the city Saturday.
\Tr J P Kinard was in the city
Monday from Slighs, No. 1.
W. J. Cuthbertson, formerly of Goldville,
S. C., is now located at Newberry,
S. C.?Textile Bulletin, 27th.
Miss Catherine Efird, of Lexington,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. S. J. Derrick,
on College bill.
Mr. W. B. Jeter and family, of Ninety
Six. last week visited her sister, Mrs. i
J. L. Burns.
Mrs. D. Fair Pifer left Sunday night j
for Codesville to visit her sister, Mrs.
W. D. Avinerer.
Justin Morris left Tuesday morning
to visit his brother in Prosperity.? I
Lake City cor. The State. 29th.
Mrs. Lola Harris, of Newberry, was
on the island and in the city this week.
?Chaleston Post, 28th.
Capt and Mrs. W. C. Sligh, of Jalapa,
last Friday visited his sister, Mrs. Corrie
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Brown, of Newberry,
are visiting relatives in the city.
?Rock Hill Record, 27th.
T. Timlin, I
ivuss vaaessa wiiu*ims is vioiuug
her brother, Mr. Claude H. Williams,
at Cape Charles, Va.
Owen Holmes has returned from the
Episcopal high school at Alexandria,
Prof. W. C. Rynum, superintendent
of the Georgetown graded schools, returned
last week to Newberry.
Mr. North Pitts and family, of Chappells,
are visiting her mother, Mrs.
D. P. Dominick, near Helena.
Misses Annie and Roberta Mann are
spending some time in Spartanburg
with their sister, Mrs. Harry Price.
Mrs. C. B. Attaway and little daughter.
Blanche, are visiting her aunt,
Mrs. T. W. Smith, in Boundary street, j
Mr. Robert J. Miller, of Columbia, j
is visiting his sister, Mrs. Kate E. j
Mrs. T. K. Johnstone, and her two
little children have gone to Hendersonville
for the summer.
Miss Fannie Ramage, who has been
visiting in Fort Worth, Texas, will for
a while read The Herald and News
at Old Mission, Michigan.
Mrs. Anna Crump is visiting in Newberry
for a few days, having last week
returned from a visit to her daughter,
XTw? Rorjicv TTlrwri in TiPYinei-nn
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Miss Susie Gnann left Friday night j
for her home at Ciy\ Ga., after a J'
pleasant visit at the home of Mrs. j
Miss Corrie Lei Havird, a recent
iWinthrop graduate, will teach the
fii;rksdale, Laurens county, school
Mrs. George W. Pearson is in Co-!
luinbia from Saturday until Tuesday,
visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Gar- 1
Mrs. T. C. Cannon and her two (
grandchildren, Marcus and Cora
E*'art, left Friday for Evinston, Fla.,
\o visit her son, Mr. W. B. Cannon.
Mr. Amos Taylor, who recently had
a critical case of sunstroke on Mr.
H. H. Rikard's place, was able to be in ^
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Miss Effie Roberts, of Florida, who j
has been visiting Misses Bessie and i
Julia Kibler, left on Monday to visit (
in Virginia. <
Mr. E. S. Blease, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. '
Eison and little son, Julius Blease 1
Eison. on Monday returned from Hot j
Springs, N. C.
Mr, P. E. Scott has returned home.
After the Chicago convention he visited
relatives at Symerton, 111., and other
places in the great northwest.
Mrs. J. L. Aull and her granddaughter,
little Miss Julia Timmerman, of
Dyson, spent the v%ek-end with her I
?C. w a nil in Xewberrv.
Mr. W. K. Sligh and family, of Jack-j
sonville, Fla., attended the burial of
Mrs. Sligh's father, Mr. D. B. Wheeler,
at Rosemont Sunday afternoon.
Miss Addie Rikard, of Newberry, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. H. P. Baker.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Baker and children j
have returned from a visit to Newber- i
rv?Greenwood .Journal, 29th. ]
Dr. J. H. Harms and family were j
recalled from the North 011 account j
of the death of Mr. D. B. Wheeler, j
Mrs. Harms' father, - and arrived in
Newberry 011 Saturday morning.
Dr. Luther Kiser, wno win move
from Leesville to Chester to assist in
the treatment of the hookworm, was
visiting relatives in Newberry last
Miss Juanita Langford, of Georgetown
and Ralph Langford, of Newberry,
have been visiting their sister,
Mr?. E. W. Laney.?Cheraw cor. The
Mr. Albert Feagle, of Norfolk, Va.,
traveling salesman, is in Aewoerrj on
business for his house and visiting his
father, County Supervisor L. I. Feagle,
Mr. R. C. Perry went to Whitmire
Sunday. He'says the road from Indian
creek leading from Mr. John Suber's
to Whitmire is in excellent condition
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ctiiQ uesci vca sycviai iucuuuu.
Misses Effie and Lizzie Griffin, of |
Newberry, attended the Sheppard- i
Burns marriage and reception on
Wednesday evening.?Edgefield cor.
The State, 29th.
Mr. Luther Leonhirth, of Sumter,
will on Wednesday, arrive at Helena
oil a visit to his mother, Mrs. George
Leor hirth. and his sisters, Misses Mary
CL11U IIUUl iX>Ltw,.
Prof. J. A. Dennis, of >^wberry, I
has been reelected principal of the ]
graded school, and Misses Maggie B.!
Turner, of Winnsboro, and . Fannie j
Setzle-r, of Rock Hill, assistants.?
Bethune cor. Camden Chronicle, 28th.
Dr. A. J. Bowers is spending his vacation
from Newberry college and supplying
a pulpit at Haralson, Ga. At
the end of two months those Haralson i
people won't want to let Dr. Bowers |
Capt W. S. Langford in his car on j
Sunday went to Batesbury with Mrs.
W. B. Saunders and her two daughters,
Misses Carmeta and Aileen, her mother
Mrs. S. E. Broaddus, and Miss Le
Herndon and Benson Jones, Frank
Ewart, Robert Porter, George Sligh
and Pierre G-aillard are among a
crowd of about 33 yoiing men engaged
in the Piedmont section with the
Southern Power company.
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Messrs. J. vv. wnue, win wivn.ci,i
J. C. Sample and Jake Boozer, accom-1
panied by Julian White, Willie Wicker
and the cook, George Hampton, leave
Tuesday on the 3.20 train for Camden
junction, to fish in the lakes. They
will return on Friday and Saturday.
Mr. J. B. Hunter has been appointed,!
assistant inspector general on the staff ;
of Commander-in-Chief J. P. Norfleet, |
United Sons of Confederate Veterans.
This: is an honor well deserved and
one that will wear well and becomingly.
Dr. T. J. Earle, of Greenwood, has
come to Newberry as prescription '
clerk for Dr. W. G. Mayes. Dr. Earle
is well known in Newberry, having
formerly filled a similar position with
Gilder & Weeks. His many friends
are glad of his return. y
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Miss Eula May Knight, of Columbia, j
and Miss Bessie Bedenbaugh, of New- j.
berry, are visiting Mrs. J. S. Schumperi
Misses Mabel and Lizzie Tarrant
have returned from a visit to
friends and relatives in Newberry.? 1
Batesburg cor. The State, 29th. '
Mr. Arthur Lee, of Whitmire, was in j
Union Monday on business. Mrs. J. A. j
Humphries and Miss Mabel Humphries,
}f Peak, spent Wednesday with Mrs.
George C. May. Misses Alice Austell *
iml Annie May are the guests of Mrs. 1
!. A. Humphries at Peak.?Union 1
Times, 28th. ? ]
Mr. Derrill Smith on Saturday re- !
;urned from the .meeting of the na:ional
convention of the T. P.
in Peoria, 111., which he attended as
i delegate from South Carolina. Af- i
:er the convention Mr. Smith visited
Chicago and other great cities. He
says the boat trip from Chicago to 1
Milwaukee was the tinest of his life. (
Due of the pleasant features of his trip
was the visit to his uncle. Dr. Charles ;
Forster Smith, of Mae University of j
Wisconsin, at Madison. j 1
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YAJKlUli? Aill* Aun
Thursday being a legal holiday, the '
rural carriers will not go their rounds.
The banks will be closed on Thurs- :
day?Fourth of July. (
A joint council of the Newberry-pastorate
of Beth Eden will meet Friday,
July 5, at 10 o'clock at Beth Eden.
Rev. I. E. Long will preach at May- 4
er Memorial Lutheran church next
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Probate Judge F. M. Schumpert has ,
resigned his office on account of bad
Aveleigh Presbyterian Sunday j
school will picnic in the Walter Barre i
pasture Fourth of July.
The latest buyer of a Harley-David
son motorcycle is Mr. Yancey Cole-1
man, a well-to-do farmer on Silverstreet
The Newberry postoffice will observe
Sunday hours on the Fourth of July,
and the general delivery will be open
from 10 to 11 o'clock. The city carriers
will make one delivery in the j
business section of the city.
Through the McHardy. Mower
agency the latest to buy automobiles j
are W. S. Seybt and M. H. Folk, of j
Pcmaria, and Jno. T. Norris, of New-I
berry. Messrs. Folk" and Norris got |
touring cars, while Mr. Seybt got a
Torpedo for his use as a R. F. D. carrier.
The firemen's invention for 1912 j
came to close here today. There has j
never Deen a Deuer one in me ui^iui j
Of the State association. There has
never come together a finer-looking
set of men?fine types of manhood,
and all of them a credit to their respective
communities.?Rock Hill Record,
That handsome new silver cup
brought home by the Newberry boys
last, week from the firemen's tournament
at Rock Hill was won by the
successful jump made by Mr. T. A.
Berley. Mr. Berley made the jump
from the wagon going at the rate of
37 miles an hour and the coupling was
the graceful culmination of the quick
Mr. Clarence R. Wise, of Summer
Wise Stock company, while driving on
Friday afternoon, met with a misfortune
which cost the loss of $400 in an
accident which resulted in the death
of a very fine horse. At the Central
house, corner Nance and Friend
streets, the horse slipped and fell,
striking back of the head on the pavement.
The injury was fatal. Mr. Wise
and Newberry's two veterinary surgeons,
Dr. Sharp and Dr. Jacobs, and
others, worked faithfully to save thehorse
but their skill and patience were
unavailing and the animal died at 5
Om fn tr 'mArnirtor
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Mollohon Loses to Watts Mill.
In a close and exciting game of ball
Saturday at Laurens, Watts mill defeated
thei Mollohon team by a score
of 5 to 4. The game was close and
hard fought throughout, and it could
not De decided wno tne winners were j
until the last half of the ninth inning. I
Watts mill scored two runs in the first,!
but Mollohon came strong in the fourth j
anil scored three, and added another
in the fifth. Watts mill tied the score,
4 and 4, in the seventn, and won the
game in the ninth on a single and a!
three base hit by Fisher, who was the j
champion batter of the day, securing
fcur hits out of five times at bat.
Had Fisher not been in the Watts mill
line-up Mollohon would have had an
easy time, for he was responsible for i
no less than four of Watts' five runs, i
Both pitchers worked well, Mabry for
Watts, allowing but five bits. Epting j
for Mollohon gave i?p 10 hits, but kept |
them well scattered, nui pitched fine j
ball in the pinches.
Patteries: Mollohon, Epting and!
Nesl and Brown; Watts Mill, Mabry j
and Yeargin. Umpire, Swygert.
Mollohon and West End will play
two games on July 4 on the West End i
Jiamond, one in the morning and another
in the afternoon.
Death of Mr. 0. B. ttratiam.
Mr. 0. B. Graham, of No. 11 town-I
>hip. aged about 26 years, died at his j
lome Monday morning at 7 o'clock af:er
about three weeks' illness of typhoid
pneumonia. He was a son of
Vlr. Felix A. Graham, and a young !
nan of fine parts and a good citizen.
^ few years ago he was happily mar- j
-ied to Miss Werts, a daughter of Mr. i
j. Paul Werts, in No. 10 township,:
Frhc- with two children survives him.;
TTnnpral services were held Tuesdav <
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norning, and burial was had at tlie !
jraham family burying grounds.
J. A. Mimnaugli.
Mr. J. A. Mimnaugh announces in
this issue of The Herald and News
tiis annual July clearance sale and j
will open the doors for this sale
promptly at 9 o'clock Friday morn- j
ing. These Mimnaugh sales, inaugu- j
rated by Mr: Mimnaugh himself some |
rears ago, b~ve become one of the;
features ol the commercial life of the .
city, and it is Mr. Mimnaugli's purpose
in this sale, to make it excel all oth- j
ers. He desires to clear out all spring;
and summer goods so that he may j
have room for the big fall and winter
stock he expects to put in. This will
be an opportunity to secure some rare
bargains if you are on hand promptly
at the beginning of the sale.
SE HI- A XX I'AL 1)1 VI I) E XDS.
Substantial Business Institutions of i
Newberry Pay Usual Half-Year j
The bauks and other manufacturing j
institutions of Newberry county declared
their regular serai-annual divi- j
dends on Monday, July 1.
The Security Loan and Investment
Co. declared a 3 per cent, semi-annual
dividend on its capital stock of $50,000.
The Commercial hank will pay a
semi-annual dividend of 6 per cent, on
its capital stock of $50,000.
The Newberry Cotton mills will pay (
a semi-annual dividend of 5 per cent,
on its capital stock of $500,000.
The Newberry Savings bar.k will
pay a semi-annual dividend or 4 per!
cent., on its capital stock of $50,000.
The Exchange bank will pay a semiannual
dividend of 3 per cent, on a
capital stock of $50,000. I
The People's National bank, of Pros-,
I perity, will pay a semi-annual dividend ,
; of 4 per cent, on a capital _tock oi'I
: ?- The Bank of Prosperity will pay a j
' semi-annual dividend of 4 per c ent. on
| its capital stock of $25,000.
The oil mill at Prosperity pays an
annual dividend of 6 per cent, on a
capital stock of $22,000.
The Farmers' and Merchants' bank,
of Little Mountain, pays a semi-annual
. dividend of 3 per cent, on a capital
I stock of $20,000, but carries $800 to
! the surplus account.
j The oil mill at Little Mountain
pays an annual dividend of 5 per cent,
on a capital stock of $20,000.
The Glenn-Lowry Manufacturing
company, of Whitmire, will pay the
usual semi-annual dividend of 3 1-2
j per cent.
j The Newberry Building and Loan
| association, at a recent meeting, dei
cided to form a company and issue
! stock and discontinue monthly pay|
ments. The capital stock is $50,000
j divided into Shares of the par value
i of $72.00 each, the profits which have
i been made being added to the capital
i stock, and the profits amount to a litI
tie more than 17 per cent.
The National bank, of Newberry, de|
clared a semi-annual dividend of 2 per
j cent, on a capital stock of $100,000.
One of the Fine Features of Newberry's
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A fine feature of Newberry's Chautauqua
week was the automobile parade
on Thursday afternoon. There
v. ere a number of cars in line, and all
of them were handsomely decorated.
All the designs showed excellent taste, |
and some of them were novel in their!
A committee of three traveling men J
was selected by the automobile com- j
lr.ittee to decide upon the best decora- |
tions. This committee awaraea tne j
prize to Mr. Z. F. Wright's "White."
This car was enveloped in a wilderness
of wistaria. It was driven by
Mr. Robert Houseal, and carried
Misses Sara and Agnes Houseal and
Mr. Z. F. Wright. Among the cars in
linf were those of Messrs W. G. Mayes,
J. B. Hunter, Z. F. Wright, R. i
Holmes, C. Forest Summer, W. H. j
Lominack, J. W. Denning, J. Marion ;
Davis, W. S. Langford, T. R. Summer, j
There were several decorated motor-j
cycles and bicycles in line.
The prize was twenty-five dollars in j
cash, subscribed as follows:
A. 0, Ruff & Co., 25 cents; J. W. j
Kibler Co., $1.00; Summer Garage,!
$1.00; C. B. Spinks, 25 cents; H. L. j
Dean, 50 cents; R. M. Lominick, 50
cents; Cash, 50 cents; J. H. Summer,
$1.00; Cash, 50 cents; Nat Gist, 50
cents; B. C. Matthews, 50 cents; Summer
& Hipp, 50 cents; Jno. C. Goggans,
Jr., $1.00; W. G. Mayes, $1.00;
Summer Bros. Co., $1.00; E. M. Lane!
& Co., 50 cents; Caldwell & Haltiwanger,
50 cents; R. L. Lominick, 25
cents; Coward & Co., 50 cents; E. C.!
Sonnenberg, $2.00; Mayes Book Store,.'
50 cents; T. L. Douglass, 50 cents; 1
Win. Johnson, 50 cents; Cash, 25 cents; |
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, $1.00; Gilder &|
Weeks, $1.00; Exchange bank. $1.00; i
Savings Bank, 50 cents; Salter Studio,:
50 cents; Ewart Perry Co., 50 cents; j
1 T"? U C> 1 AA . Of
commercial r>aim, oeuuni..y
Loan and Investment Co, 50 cents; E. i
H Aull Co., $1.00; R. McC. Holmes,;
$100; W. E. Pelham, Jr., $1.00; J. L. ]
Keitt, 25 certs.
>o Trades Display.
TVia t-r-oHoc? oof for Tnpsrlav (
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afternoon at 5 o'clock lias been called
oft. The majority of the committee decided
that on account of the fact that
it will not suit a large number of the !
merchants to enter their floats in the
parade this week, and on account of
the fact that it is the first of the month i
and the merchants are busy with their ,
collections, that it will be best not to '
attempt to have the parade.
F. M. SCHOfPEBT RESIGNS.
Office of Probate Judge on Account
Poor Health?Successor to lie
On account of failing health, Judge j
F. M Schumpert has sent his resigna-b
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county to Governor Blease. to take
effect on November 4. This date was
fixed so that it would not be necessary i
to have a special ejection for the unexpired
term and that the special election
might be held at the same time
with the general election.
The following is Judge Schumpert's
letter of resignation:
To His Excellency, Cole. L. Blease, I
Governor of South Carolina.
Dear Sir: Realizing that my health.
lias so declined for the past few j
months, and as I fear that I wifi be
unable to perform the duties required
in probate judge's office, and being
actuated by the consciousness that the,
voters of Newberry county, who have
so kindly honored me with, the gift
of said office for a second term, are
entitled to constant and efficient service
at all times. I hereby resign the
office of judge of prooate for Newber
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ry CUUULy, O. LU ta.rv.c tixcvv \zn n \s- j
vember 4, 1912. My object for so doling
at 'the present time, is that my successor
may be nominated and elected i
in the approaching elections, and thus
avoid the additional expense to the
county of holding an extra election
later. Very respectfully,
(Signed) Frank M. Schumpert.
TWO DEWBERRY GIRLS.
Misses Lucy Riser and Ellen Hnnter
to Teach in Woman's College at
The following from the Anderson
Daily Mail will interest many Newberrians,
friends of the young ladies mentioned
"The chair of mathnietics will be
filled by Miss Lucy W. Riser, of Winthrop
college, who has had some years
of experience, and who comes to us
recommended by some of the. leading
educators in the South. Miss Riser is
enthusiastic and capable, and we feel
that we have been very fortunate in
"For Latin and Greek we have se-1
cured Miss Helen Hunter, who had I
the Latin work in the Andersen high
school. Miss Hunter has had fine educational
advantages, and is well
known by the patrons of the high
school as a rarely fine teacher in
Mic? Riser is a daughter of Cant. I
Wallace Riser of this county. Miss
Hunter is a daughter of the late Boyce
B. Hunter of this city. They are both
bright young women and have made
good as teachers. Their friends in
Newberry feel sure they will prove
equal to their new honors and new
duties. Miss Riser is a graduate of
Winthrop; Miss Hunter is a graduate
of Newberry college.
Mrs. Eliza M. Lander.
V/illiam&ton, June 25.?Mrs. Eliza
M Lander, daughter of the late Cap't
Benj. Matthews, of Chappells, and wife
of Dr. Frank M. Lander, of Williamston.
died suddenly at her home during
th[e night of June 19. ^ She had
been in ill health for some time, but
was thought to be improving. Heart
failure was the immediate cause of the
Mrs. Lander was 36 years old, and
had been married nearly ten years.
She was the mother of two children,
one of whom, a daughter, survives
her. The funeral was conducted by
Dr J. L. Stokes and John 0. Wilson
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X* J AUdJf Mllt-ri llillg CLW liiiUiMwwi*.
Mrs. A. T. Brown, of Newberry, a
relative of the deceased, attended the
\ crkville Enquirer.
Whenever the people of South Carolina
begin to fully realize how thorDughly
they were soaked by Thos. B.
Felder, Jr., most of them will be in
full sympathy with the efforts to catch
the smooth gentleman from Georgia.
Mptpornlnffiral Herord. June. 1912.
Mean maximum 85.6.
Mean minimum 64.2.
Maximum 97, date, 18th.
Minimum 51, date, 9th.
Greatest daily range 35.
Total 4.60 inches. Greatest in 24
hours 1.65 inches, date, 1th.
Number of days with .01 or more
_1rt oIoqi- 5 fair "In olondv !
IJ'-fVliMumvii .v, ..
Vi. Enough frost on 9th to drop cotton
Thunderstorms 1, 2, 5. 26.
Earthquarke at 5.30 a. m. the 12th. ;
Rainfall for six months 29.45 inches.
W. G. Peterson, ;
Cooperative Observer. i
n mii?iii iii mwniinii m milium
LICENSE FIXED $1,500.
Near-Beer Saloon Opens, Sells One
and Two-Thirds Barrels and ,
Mr. J. T. Lawson on Saturday rnorn!or
nnoiioH Hio ?i - --
mo wj/vutu ?no nctti-uccr teaioon in
Harrington street in the little store
room of Mr. A. L. Knighton. Saturday
afternoon Chief of Police W. H.
Lominack notified him to appear before
the mayor, and he was informed ^
that he could, under the order of Judgfc4
Gary, dispose of his beer until the injunction
was heard, but in order to do "^|
so would have to pay a license of fl,-#
for the balance of the year. He
decided he would close up rather than
pay the license and did so and will
take the matter up with his attorneys.
Chief of Police Lominack says that
he supposes Mr. Lawson disposed of
one and one-third barrels of near-beer
during the morning of Saturday.
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vv/vrreciea ny isai ttistj.
Strict good middling 12
Good middling 11%
Strict middling 11%
(By Robt McC. Holmes).
(By Summer Broa. Go.)
Cotton seed i 30
Cottonseed 28 *
Cotton seed 30
Pom aria. H
Cotton 12 ^ ^
1 t '-V
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for leu .
than 25 cents. * |
NOTICE?I BEG TO CALL ATTEITtion
to all the. TnArrhftnito nf tho
county that Anne 0. Ruff ft Co. cam
supply them in cigars, cigarettes
and tobaccos from 1 to 1,000, at lowest
prices. [. 6-28-tf.
I will give a first-class barbecue at
my residence on July 4.
7-2-lt. J. M. Counts. *'.
WAITED?The right sort of a party
can secure work. Apply at A. L.
WANTED?You to know we have a
contract for 25,000 calf and cow
lijdes by Septe' vber 15. -Will pay }
*?bov<e market price for hides. See
me, opposite Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. > . >
Phone 38. T. M. Sanders. 7-2-2L
LOST?On Main or McKibbin streets
cne bronze butterfly belt pin with !
set wings., Finder will be rewarded
if returned to this office. 7-2-11.
FOR SALE?600 bushels pure Bancroft
seed oats, at 75 cents per bushel.
Summer-Wise. ' 7-2-tf.
green cow hid^s by
September 15. Will pay higite^t
prices. Phone 38. 1000 Main St T. ^
M. Sanders. 7-2-2t.
FOB SALE?Lots in the city of Wash-;
ing, D. C., for sale at a low figure. Buy
while the sale is on. Will be
good investment. For further infor- *
mation see Mrs. Mattie Jennell, 425
O'Neall St., Newberry, S. C.
tJTTT /"ITT7TI l$a* A. 1 1 1
II IJjJj W*? L i?-tf tU iiilUW WUQ P<JISUUed
my dog with proof to convict.
M. B. Caldwell.
FINE milk cows for sale. E. M. Evans
& Co. 5-24-tf.,
JAMES DODD, agent for Cole Bros.
L. R. Co. Best rod made. Any one .
wanting rodding done write me at
Newberry, S. C. 6-3-8L
"WE HATE just received another shipment
of the famous Parker buggir-s,
also the renowned Gemco Harne^.
Be sure you get one of these rigs
before we close out the shipment.
E. M. Evans & Go. 5-24-tff
FOR SALE?One 12 horsepower In-v^
ternational gasoline engine and onafeflj
F. and E. co-planer, with 6x24 cylin^^H
der. All in good shape at reasona-^p|
ble price. Apply to C. D. Shealy,
Pomaria, S. C. ^ 5-3-tf.
MONEY TO LE>"D?Money to lend on
real estate. Long time and easy
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter.
I WILL sell to the highest bidder at
M. H. Buzhardt's on Friday, July 5,
, household and kitchen furniture,
shop tools, etc., of Jefferson Quat-4
tlebaum, deceased. Terms of sale' *
cash. D. A. Quattlebaum.
I will furnish a first-class barbecue
at my residence on Friday, July 19,
1912, near St. Philips church. The
public is cordially invited and also the i
jelly candidates. Special arrange- 1
merits will be made to serve a first- I
class dinner. J
D. E. Halfacre. Jk
H. H. Evans is hereby announced jl
oo o Pimriidate.for the House of Rep
resentatives from Newberry county,
and is pledged to abide the result of I
the Democratic primary. I