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The Movements of 3Tany People?
Newberrians, and Those Who
wr t .t Davenoort, of Kinards,
iUl .ft. V- ? ? ^
was in the city Tuesday.
Miss Vidda Eargle, of Richland, is
visiting Mrs. L. A. Boozer.
Dr. J. A. Meldau has changed from
San Antonio, Texas, to Seguin. Tex.
,r-" TXT-m Tr?Vins:rtn io in Onliimbia
1T11 2>. ft iJW. wvi^v- ~
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wallace.
Mr. G. W. Setzler, carrier R. F. D.
No. 3, Pomaria, was in the city Tuesday.
?- r* tit tonrl family. of Or
Jll. V/. II UVIIUJ UiUU ? ,
lando, Fla., arrived here Wednesday
Henry DaVega and baby, of
Chester, are visiting her mother, Mrs.
T. C. Pool.
Miss Essie Lybrand is visiting relatives
in Newberry.?Johnston NewsMonitor,
I Mrs. L. L. Hunter, of Sumter, is vis.
i?nrr h^r narents. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W.
Mr. B. M. Sloan has been changed
from New Martinsville, W. Va., to
Smith's Station, Ala.
Miss Hulda Elizabeth Halfacre is in
-Spartanburg visiting her sister Mrs.
Y? F. Hipp.
1 Mrs. H. M. Boozer last week re*
turned from a visit to relatives in At?
Mrs. L. J. Lever and little daughter,
N Preina, of Richland, are visiting Mrs.
A. P Boozer.
Miss Agnes Shaw, of Atlanta, and
Miss i Odelle Walker, of Stelina, Ga.,
are the charming guests of Miss Ruth
Mrs. W. T. Jackson, Mrs. G. W. Summer,
Mrs. Thsd. McCrackin and Msis
Pearl McCrackin attended the burial
of Mrs. Lizzie Young at Prosperity
. Wednesday morning.
Miss Mary Kennedy, of Troy, was
here yesterday 011 her return home to
_ Troy from Newberry, where she visited
2nd. , I
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I Mr. E. Y. Morris and family, and
Mr. J. M. Morris attended the funeral
of the former's mother, Mrrs. unzaDem
Moore, at the Prosperity cemetery
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock.
Y^ilbur Sale has taken the place of
"Day Wirght at the Crotwell hotel, the
. latter having* joined ^the Newberry
force of the Southern Power company
in the Piedmont
Messrs. T. O. Stewart a.icl L. C. i
Pitt? were made life .nemb+jrs of the 1
State Firemen's1' association at the;
meeting of that body in Rock Hill last j
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Mrs. Wheeler, of Prosperity, S. C.,j
ai?d Mteft Bell Epting, of Newberry,j
S. C., are visiting 3kITs. Harry Lorick j
- on lower. Greene street.?Augusta
" Chronicle, 22nd. . * j
Col. D. A. Dickert has been invited;
by the chairman of the board of the i
Old Soldiers', home in Columbia to de- >
liver an address tb<*re on the, Fourth j
of July. On account of other engage-i
ments Col. Dickert has had to decline,
p&"' ' -x'IMr.
and-Mrs. J. H. Riser and Prof. I
~VW. . Riser attended the Johnson
> Riser wedding at Ridgeway last week, j
The bride; Miss Paul Johnson, is a i
- daughter of Senator Johnson, of Fair.
field, -3,nd the groom, Mr. E. R. Riser,
is a son of Mr. J. H. Riser.
? -Mr. ;and Mrs J. H: Summer, of Atlanta,
kl-e visiting their daughter, Mrs.
E. H. Summer. They are accompaT<in^
Kir +Vl Cki -r> (?omrhior "VftX! Cn QO ri
JJUUU UJ kUVA.1 Wt KJUVttU,
; ' and. her little child. The many
friends of Mr. Summer are glad -to
see him and thfese other members of
ithe family in the city.
Messrs. H. B. Wells, Jno. W. EarTXT
T Onriff AnK^ror Ttia A Pnf
LLCLl\Msy ?T . U. O VY UUV. A? X V/V
?rson and T. 0. Stewart made the delegation
from Newberry to the State
. Firemen's association. And the Newberry
delegation did mighty good and
; effective work which will be producVtive
of beneficial results.
.Messrs. Jno. M. Xinard and J. Y.
TSlcFall. of the Commercial bank, left
party leaving Charleston by steamer
^attend the State Bankers' convention.
.Messrs. H. L. Parr and M. L. Spearman,
of the Exchange bank, left
Thursday,, accompanied by Mrs. Parr
and Mr. Prank R. Hunter. On Satur
day these Newberrians will be in a
" Wednesday for the Isle of Palms to
for a trip to New York. The party will
' be joined in Charleston for the New j
York trip by Col. and Mrs. W. H.
, Hunt and Misses Fannie and Lucy Mc1
Caughrin, who will leave Newberry on
VARIOUS A>D ALL ABOUT.
Mr. G. G. Sale is announced as a
candidate for probate judge.
Claude C. Schumpert is announced
.9c a ranriiriate for iudse Of probate
for Newberry county.
The latest to buy a Ford torpedo
runabout is Dr. E. 0. Hentz, of Po%
maria. Bought through the MCHardy
Mr. S. S. Langford sends the June 27
number of the Electra Weekly Times,
containing an account of a destructive
fire at Electra, Wichita county, Texas.
Really and truly that nomination belonged
to Mr. Bryan, the man who has
kept the faith so religiously during all
these years.?Yorkville Enquirer.
Calvin Gary, a well known colored
citizen of this place, died here on
Tuesday. He was the father of Will
Gary, who is in the employment of the
Snnrinv will hft children's dav at
Smyrna church. The exercises begin
at 10.30. There will be preaching in
the afternoon, and dinner on the
! grounds. The public is invited.
"Mollohornets" is what the, Laurens
Advertiser calls the Mollohon baseball
team. The Advertiser in speak
nig or cne laie game in juaurens between
Watts and Mollohon, says that
the Mollohoraets played an all-round
good game, having especial good talent
in the box and behind the bat"
Now that it has become evident that
Governor Blease is at least breaking
even in that portion of the State where
it was generally supposed that he was
weakest, some of his most strenuous
X A _ J
I opponents are Degromng to inm. aau
it has always been so.?Yorkville En\
Mrs. Langford-Riser lost between
Ridgeway and Columbia her hand bag
containing several valuable articles
among which was a gold brooch formerly
belonging to her mother. As ?
she values the brooch very highly on |
account of sacred memories, publicity
of the loss is given with the hope thatarticles
may be recovered.
Two Deaths in Prosperity.
There were two deaths in Prosperity
on Tuesday afternoon about the
same hour, and both pf them were
long residents of that section. The
(Herald and News did not potifjr its
Prosperity correspondent that it was
going to press "on Wednesday, and,
therefore, the notice of these deaths
will appear in the next issue.
Mrs. Elizabeth Moore was about 80.
years of age, and was the mother of'
Mr. E. Y. Morris, of Newberry, and Mr.
M. C. Morris, of Prosperity.
Mrs. .E. E. Young was about 75
years old, and for nearly forty years,
has been a, familiar figure at the Wise
hotel Both of these good women died
on Tuesday about 1 o'clock.
Annapolis Midshipmen Appointments.
An examination will be held at
Greenwood, Tuesday, January 7, 1913,
tor tiie purpose ot selecting two principals
and six alternates as candidates
for appointment to two vacancies in
the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis.
Applicants mu^t be free from bodily
defects'; must be not less than 5 feet
and 2 inches tail, between the ages of
16 and 18 years, and not less than 5
feet and 4 inches tall between the
ages of 18 and 20 years. The minimum
age limit is 16, the maximum 20
years. Candidates will be examined
mentally in punctuation, spelling,
English grammar, United States history,
World's history, arithmetic, algebra
through quadratic equations, and
Thp Piedmont district of South Car
olina Division, U. D. C., offers to a girl
in this district for September 1, 1912,
a scholarship at Winthrop college. All
applicants must be 16 years old, must
be the daughter or lineal descendant
of a Confederate veteran of honorable
record, must present certificate stat
ine: that her family can not pay ior ner
education and a letter of endorsement
frcm a president of a chapter of the
U. D. C. in this State. Examinations
wil! be held at county court house
July 5, 1912. All applications and endorsements
filed with Miss Armida
Moses, Sumter, not later than June 29,
Mrs. J. L. McWhirter,
Vice President Piedmont District S. C.
Division U. D. C.
At the Theato.
At the Theato Friday, July 5, will be
shown Pathe Weekly No. 12, showing'
cyclone at Slweveport, La., wreck of
New Yo^k-New Orleans limited at Milstead,
Ala., and other interesting
events. Other good pictures will also
be shown. Attend the Theato shows
and you will enjoy yourself.
PROF. IV. K. f VIE.
Will Speak Silverstreet Thursday. Jnly
4, at 6 O'clock?Everybody
The meeting of the citizens in the
interest of school conditions at Silverstreet,
which had been fixed for
Saturday afternoon, has been changed
to Thursday afternoon, July 4, at 6
o'clock. This has been made necessary
in order to get Prof. Tate this
week as his engagements ,are such
that he found it impossible to be with
us on Saturday.
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It IS nopea tnat cms notice win
reach all of the patrons and citizens
of the community in time that they
may be present at the meeting.
AN IMPORTANT MATTER.
The Newberry Delegation to the State
Firemen's Association Accomplishes
One of the most interesting contests
in the convention of the State Firemen's
association at Rock .Hill last
week was a fight brought on by the
Newberry delegates, looking to establishing
a building code in the cities
and towns of this State of less than
10,000 population, such code giving
ppwer to such cities and towns to have
a building inspector with authority to
condemn and remove any building,
combustible matter, etc., which should
prove unsightly and dangerous as to
fire possibilities; also to inspect buildings
under construction,' and see that
all flues, chimneys, etc., are properly
and safely constructed, thus diminishing
the possibilities of fire. Cities of
1 A AAA TvwT\ii1o+iirm Q1 TOOr?V h-flVA thp T?f?W
AVjVVV Ml** . v ??-W J^w ..
er to establish such code, and some of
the delegates contended that small
towns had the same right, the Newberry
delegation contended that such
was not the case and fought to a finish
for their proposition, and had the satisfaction
of seeing the resolution,
which was introduced by the Newberry
delegation, after several other motions
had failed, or were about to fail,
adopted by the association, which was
"Resolved, That the legislative committee
of this association be, and are
hereby instructed, to have drafted a
bill, to be presented to the next legislature,
granting the privilege to all
a 4- ^ -P Of nf A 4- Atr/M*
cu^u. Luwxis ul oiaic, ui u?w
1,000 population, the right to pass an
ordinance establishing a building
The first step in this important matter
has been gained and Newberry has
the credit of its introduction. It is
hoped that the Newberry delegation in"
the legislature will fall in line and
urge the passage of the act which will
give this town the right to have removed
from the premises such un-;
sightly buildings as are now and have
long been, disgracing the community
and making hideous the locality especially
in the neighborhood of the!
union depot and approaching up into j
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An interesting event which will be
full of interest/to many people is anticipated
in the life of Newberry by
cards of invitation that are out, as
Mrs. Alma F. Taylor
requests the honor of your presence |
at. the marriage ceremony of her
Mr. Herbert Wilson Ehrhardt
Wednesday evening, July seventeenth
nineteen hundred and twelve
at her residence, 1719 Vincent street
'Newberry, S. C.
Before the Kecorder.
Recorder Jno. W. Earhardt, at Tuesday's
session of his court, had before
him five colored men charged with
selling liquor, worked up by a couple
of detectives. The. defendants, except,
Dan Meredith, demanded trial by
jury, wnicn was granted, ah were
convicted, Meredith having separate
trial, and each fined $75, except James
Washington, v. ho was fined $100, the i
other three defendants being Will Williams,
Henry Spearman, Jr., and Mark
Calmes. Of the five only one?Williams?paid
out, the other four taking
the 30 days on the gang.
Teacher of experience wanted. Term
of five months and possibly six, at $50
per month. Trustees will elect on August
3. Apply to either of the undersigned.
C. L. Wilson, Prosperity, R. F. D.
J. C. Kinard, Slighs, R. F. D.
D. W. Buzhardt, Newberry, R. 5.
Now is the time to subscribe to The
Herald and News, one year $1.50, six
months 75<%, four months 50c.
THE SEWS OF WHITMIRE.
Annual Ball Largely Attended and
Much Enjoyed?Burned by Live
Whitmire, July 3?Mrs. Ella Clyde, j
of Greenwood, is visiuns uer ICldU ? cs, j
Messrs T. H., A. M. and W. R. Watson.
Miss Frances Rice, one of our
charming young ladies and private
secretary for Mr. Wm. Coleman, is
off for her summer vacation. She will
be gone a month. Will visit relatives
and friends in western Tennessee, at
Spartanburg and Coronaca.
Mrs. H. K. Boyd is visiting her'
brother, Mr. Earle Childs. hi New
V/vrt and la haviner a delightful time
sight-seeing in that city.
| Miss Mary Watson, who taught last
[session at Alcolu, and is teaching a
music class thi& summer at Waterloo, i
? * Tnith Vio-r> hpnth^ffi
1/LltJ ncta'vuu niw ??vj
Mrs. J. M. Major s?pent yesterday
with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Rasor.
Mr. Russell TidmaTsh came over in j
his nice touring car Sabbath. All the j
relatives and friends seemed to be enjoying
the rides around town in his |
auto, especially the small boys and
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alexander! who
hare been boarding with Mrs. Elizabeth
Douglass, have moved to North
Miss Ethel Blackburn, after visiting
her brother, Dr. R. G. Blackburn, has
returned to. her home in Columbia.
Mrs. J. E. Cofield is spending the
week with her son, Mr. George Cofield,
of Carlisle. \
Mr. Howard Ellis, who is employed
by the Southern Power company to
connect this power with the mill of
the Glenn-Lowry Manufacturing company
was severely burned by a live
wire one day last- week. Dr. R. G.
i fcuacKDurn is attending Mr. Jiaiis ana
the burns about the iao, neck and
arms are improving.
Mrs. R. F. Ray and Miss Lona Mae
Humphries, of Sedalia, are spending
the- week at Mr. Wm. Duckett's.
Misses Sallie Belle and Bessie iJillarcl
and Mr. J. M. Keck, of Clinton,
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. .1. M.
! Finney. *
IWrc onil Mioc T?OV
A?JU?J? XkVUVi V UUU AVXAOO
Dwckett hay-? returned from a trip to
A Jarge number of visitors from our
neighboring town and from the surrounding
country were here last
Thursday to attend the semi-annual
ball given by the social club in Coleman
hall. The music was furnished
hv Smithdeal orchestra. Each of t.hp
bright electric lights was shaded with
twigs of holly causing a very mellow
light, and the table containing the
punch bowl was beautifully decorated
with pot plants and ferns. The following
persons 'attended and enjoyed
this delightful dance: Miss Mary B.
TTrinf with TVTr fliTc Rrnwn \fParrt-I
! ~ ~ %"> vm-W
j line Holmes with Mr. Metts Fant, Miss j
! Florence Bowman with Mr. 11. McC.
| Holmes, Miss Frances Jeter with Mr.
J. W. Gary, Miss Cornelia Shannon
with Mr. Marcus Glasgow, Miss Ade|Iyne
Hood with Mr. Russell Barnhart,
| Miss Birdie Sims with Mr. Davis Taylor,
Miss Willie Mae Shannon . with
Mr." Ross Burton,- Miss Mattie Glasgow J
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witn Mr. Kaymona ADrams, Miss Belle
Hood with Mr. W. F. Andrews, Miss
Helen Coleman with'Mr.- Jno. Miller,
Miss Lydie Coleman, with Mr. H. W.
Tid marsh, Miss Irene Dillard with
]Y^r.* Cyrus Bailey, Miss Jessie Dillard
witty Mr. R. E. Carter, Miss Loree Mason
with Mr. J. A. Chandler, Miss Winnie
Henderson with Mr. Elmoro Suber,
Miss Myrtle Suber with Mr. Hassell
Miller, Miss- Bertha McCarley with Mr.
J. Gafy, Miss Lucile Terrell with Mr. [
G H. Lietner, Miss Frances Rice with i
Mr. Henry Miller, Miss Margaret Sims
with Mr. T. P. Scott, Miss Mary Bates
with Mr. Walter Ruff, Miss Genevieve
Cousar with Mr. C. H. Rice, NJMiss Esther
Jeter with Mr. Sam Young, Miss
Lizzie Deaver with Mr. Herndon Andrews,
Miss Lillie Deaver with Mr.
Earle Bates, Miss Aileen Deaver with
! Mr. Lawrence Welch, Miss Mary Fleming
with Mr. Julian Weich. St.jtrs.
] Messrs Will Brown, Frazier Evans,
Everette Evans, Jr., Russell Tidmarsh,
Dr. Stokes, Hugh Pinson, Fuller, Jno.
Ruff, Earle Workman, Erskine Carter,
Cyrus Bailey, John Young, Joe F?aney,
Charles Wynn and Ned Abrams.
Chaperonnes: Mr. and Mrs. 'Chad W.
Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Will Owens,
Mr., and Mrs. Sam Cannon, Mr. and
VPne O A J " m tt
m 10. tj. ocici, iui. auu ivirss. i. n.
Watson, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Duckett,
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. C. Duncan, Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Finney, Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Suber
and Mrs. Hood, of Chester.
Keowee (Walhalla) Courier.
Probably no college in South Carolina
appeals to the people of Walhalla
and vicinity so stronglyT through
sentiment and association, as does
Newberry college," which for a number
of years, owing to the misfortunes
of the war, was located in Walhalla.
Our people feel an interest in the institution
and are always glad to note
indications of her progress and pros
perity. It will be ot interest, mere-1
fore, to note the fallowing facts which
are set forth in a letter to Lutheran
pastors and others connected with
educational matters in South Carolina:
Our college has just ended a truly
brilliant year. In the class room and
on the athletic field the college has
made a really phenomenal record. We
have won the tSate tennis championship,
the basketball pennant, the baseball
championship, the inter-collegiate
State College press association, and
added $75,000 to the endowment?all
in one session. And at the same time
the quality of work in the class-rooms
by the students was better than ever.
Our last commencement was a recordt
reawer in point of enthusiasm and attendance.
We have set out to get at least one
Vinridrfl^ o>n/1onta TJ PVt SPASl'nil
uuiiuigu U1V1 <7VUUVii?v **" "
than we had last We want you to
help us to get them by sending us at
once the names of young men we
might solicit for attendance. You
could aiso say a good word for "Newbeiry"
yourself to those whose names
you send. I
We hope you will join tie "One Hundred
Club." The students are helping,
Via fo/wiltv ia Violnf ovorvK/vr?rr 1a
helping to#boost Newberry college for
the session of 1912-13. oJin us.
There are not a few in the upper
part of South Caroina?numbers of
them right here in Walhalla?who
feel deeply interested in Newberry college.
Do you know a friend you could
help to enter this institution? If so,
be a "booster" for Newberry college.
Walhalla and vicinity are too little
known today within the walls of this
W. J. BETXS PREDICTS VICTORY.
Declares Wilson Will Succeed Where
., > He Thrice Failed.
Baltimore, July 2.?William J. Bryan,
in a statement tonight, eaid Jhe
nomination of Woodrow Wilson on a
progressive platform meant an, overwhelming
victory for the Democratic
ticket next fall. "I feel sure that the
action of the* convention thus far will
appeal to the country," said Mr. Bryan.
"I had no choice among progressive
candidates, but from the first I included
Governor Wilson in every list
i naa occasion to inaite. nis acuou
In coming out strongly against Mr.'
Parker for temporary chairman was
the turning point in his campaign.
"I am satisfied that with Mr. Wilson
running for president oh the platform
which has been prepared there will "be
comparatively few progressive Republicans
who will not feel justified in
supporting the Democratic ticket. If I
were to make an estimate I would say
that we ougut to nave not less tnan
two million majority of the popular
vote and enough of the electoral vote
to give us an overwhelming majority
in the electoral college.
"It is.unfortunate that Mr. Wilson's
nomination was made without the aid
Of Mr. Murphy. It is no reflection upon
the many good men in the New
"From every standpoint the outlook
is hopeful. The dawn is here and progressive
Democracy will be the people's
pillar of4 cloud by day."
Amohg those who came out in statements
pledging support to the Democratic
ticket were Charles F. .Murphy,
leader of Tammany Hall; William R.
Hearst, August Belmont, Senator
Stone, of Missouri, who was one of the
principal leaders of the Clark campaign
for the presidential nomination,
and former Senator Dubois, who was.
the active manager of the Clark campaign.
"Governor Wilson is ap able man
and great Democrat," declared* Mr.
Murphy. "He will have the enthusiastic
and loyal support of the Demo;cracy
of New York. I am confident
he will be .elected president"
William R. Heanat, who has been
one of the principal promoters of
Clark's candidacy, tonight said:
"We have made a good fight and lost,
I will support the ticket nominated
and sxpect to see it win: I intend to
die i;ame in this tight. 1 am now ior
'For Judge of Probate.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Probate Judge, subject to
the Democratic primary.
G. G. Sale.
Claude C. Schumpert is hereby announced
as a candidate for Judge of
Probate for Newberry county, subjefct
to the rules of the Democratic primary.
>'ow is the time to subscribe to The
Herald and Xews, $1.50 a year.
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$1,2*0 FOR VAUGHN'S CAPTURE.
>o Trace of Greenville Mail Who
. Broke Jail.
Greenville, June 2.?Rewards aggregating
$1,250 are now offered for the **
capture of T. U. Vaughn. Governor
Blease today notified Sheriff Poole I
that the $500 reward offered by the. g
State would be increased to $650. The J
personal reward of $100 from the gov- 1
ernor yet stands. 1
Two hundred dollars is offered by 1
the Odd Fellows lodge at Anderson I
and $100 by the lodge at the Brandon ' 1
mill, of Greenville, and, with the $100. I
cm as! bv tbAfiheriff. thp total amAnnt
oi rewards is $1,250. ,
One week has passed since Vaughn
sawed his way out of the county jail,
and not the slightest trace of his
whereabouts has come to the officers \
of the law. Not even a suspect has
been rounded up. Vaughn's r disappearance
is as complete as though the
earth bad opened and swallowed him. I
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.lun 19 UM) Uiue w suoscnw W 'JtW
Herald and >"ews, one year $Lo<^ six
months 75c^ four montiis Me*
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The annual meeting of -the stock
noiaers oi in** Jflarmers' Bank, of Sll- 1
verstreet, will be held in the presi- . J '
aent's office at Silrerstreet, S. C., oil
Monday, July 29, 1912, at 11 o'clock,
for the election of directors for the
ensuing year, and for tho transaction . <
of other business. j
Please attend in person or by proxy.
W. A. Asbill,
COTTOJf 3UBKFT. V 'M-l
Tjgr' X c ' n
(Corrected by Nat Gist).
Strict good middling .12
Good middling *. 11%
Strict middling * .11%
(By Robt McC. Holmes)
Cotton < i ? ? ? 12
(By Summer Bros. Co.) ^
uotxon seed ...t30, ? /
' Little Mountain ' - ^
Cotton . ... 12.
Cotton seed. i *2S
'T J A
Cotton m *12
Cotton seed .30
Cotton ... ... ?. ... ' 11%
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One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for last
than 25 cents.
v - 1
NOTICE?I BEG TO CALL ATTEXtion
to all the merchants of the >
county that Anne 0. Ruff & Co. can
supply them in cigars, cigarettes
and tobaccos from 1 to 1,000, at lowTVWAftO
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yi ivta. D-iO'li.
WAXTED-^-You to know we harV a
contract for 25,000 calf and eow Qffw-}tides
by September 15. Will pay
above market price for bidee. Ssev
me* opposite Pepsi-Cola Bottlin^-jCo.
Phone 38. T. M. Sanders. 7-2-2t 1 K
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LOST?On Main or McKibbin streets
one bronze butterfly belt pin witb
set win go. 'Finder will be rewarded
if returned to this.office. 7-2-11. . ,
FOR SALE?600 bushete pure Bancroft
seed oats, at 75 cei^ts per bushel.
- 1 ? . 11 * - I M 11 >11 iwrnrnmrn+^mmmmmam - . / *
WAITED?25,000 green cow hides by :
September. 15.. Will pay highest
prices. Phone 38. 1000 Main St. T.
M. Sanders. . 7-2-2L
FOB SALE?Lots in the city of Wash- *
ing, D. C., for sale ?t a low figure. ?
Buy while the sale is wx. Will be
good investment. For further information
see Mrs. Mattie Jennell, 425
CNeall St., Newberry, S. C.
WILL (SITE $25 to fellow who poisoned
my dog with prbof to convict >. *.
M. B. Caldwell.
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FISE milk cows for sale. E. M.- Ev- f
an& & Co. 5-24-tf; ^ ,
tiitvc nnnn fa. /vu d?/m , I- ,- >
UA^UJUO MJ\JMJ JL*f 1/ 1V1 WIV . J
. L. R. Co. Best rod made. Any one .
wanting rodding done write me at Newberry,
S. C. 6-3-81}. p?}.
WE HAVE just received another ship- , ' -J
merit of the famous Parker buggies, ' < r
also the renowned Gemco Harnt"*. , /
Be sure vou eet one of these rigs '
before we close out the shipment. ' .
E. M. EVans & Co. 5-24-tt
FOR SALE?One 12 horsepower In-' ? *
ternational gasoline engine and one
F. and E. co-planer, with 6x24 cylln- ?
der. All in good shape at reasona- f
We price. Apply to C. D. Shealy, ,
Pomaria, S. C. 5-3-tf. N
MONEY TO LEND?Money to lend On
real estate. Long time and easy
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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 Quattlebaum,
deceased. Terms of?.sale
cash. D. A. Quattlebaum. . /
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