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Til? Movements of Many People?
Xewberriaus, and Those YFho
T 15>ii Jcniiwiji
Mr. Robt. M. Caldwell, of Pomaria,
No. 1, was in the city Thursday.
Morinrio sinri P.lpnno T-TflVPS
JllOOCO .Uttljwuv uuv? ?
have returned from Leo.
Mr. W. F. Suber, of Pomaria Xo. 3,
was in the city Tuesday.
Mr. D. C. Fuimer was in me vuj
Tuesday from Slighs No. 1.
Mrs. M. D. Huiet has returned from
Newberry.?Union Progress, 6h.
Mr. Jno. C. DominiCK was in. uie cilj
Tuesday from Prosperity No. 4.
Mr. P. B. Asbill made a business trip
to Whitmire Tuesday.
Mr. T. J. Boozer, of Ninety Six, was
in the city Thursday.
Mr. James G. Brown paid a business
visit to Columbia this week.
Mr. Mark Simpson, of Atlanta, is j
Yisiting his cousin, Mr. T. P. Johnson.
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MT. W. u. nuu, ux tuuuoi/w.u,
Mrs. T. W. Munnerlyn,. of Sumter
county, is on a visit to her parents,
Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Friday.
Mr. Thos. K. Johnstone returned last
week from a visit to his family at Hen- j
Mr ^ Keifer Wicker is home for
Tacation from Tulane .iniversity, New
Orleans, as a medical student.
Mrs. Robert Patrick and daughter,
Miss Mary, of Marion, Ala., are visiting
Miss Mary L. Burton.
Mr. W. K. Dominick spent the week
end at wewDerry wuu reiauvco.?
Phoenix cor. Greenwood Index, 6th.
Mrs. S. K. Bolick, of Columbia, is
isiting her sister, Mrs. Vinnie Boozer
Mis?^ Anne Jones, from Newberry,
is visiting Mrs. Julia Calde'r.?Cokesbury
cor. Greenwood Index, 6th.
, Mr. J. L. Mayer, of Greenwood, now
1 with his family ,at Stomps, visited his
father, Mr. M. M. Mayer, last week.
Mrs. C. P. Pelham has returned from
isiting her mother and sisters in Birmingham,
Mr. and Mrs.' James Bradley, Sandersviite,
Ga., are visiting his father,
Capt. E. P. Bradley.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Morris, of Prosperity,
are guests of Miss Nannie j
Simpson.?Greenwood Journal, 6th.
Mrs. Sarah Vance and Miss Cleo
Vance are visiting Mrs. Winnie Br#yon,
of Honea Path.
Mrs. Took, of Prosperity, S. C., has |
been visiting her sister, Mrs. E. P.
Kennedy.?A. R. Presbyterian, 7th.
Miss Mary Burton, of Newberry, is
visiting her friend, Mrs. J. E. Watson.?Iva
cor. Anderson Mail, 6th.
Miss Hattie R. Wise, of Prosper^/,
was awarded the scholarship in Wintbrop
Mr. Henry Parr, of Xewberry, was
a visitor in the city yesterday.?Greenwood
Miss Bessie Dominick, of Prosperity,
snent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Fur
Misses Elise and Suella Peterson
are visiting Mrs. J. W. Bauer, in Columbia.
Messrs. E. H. Longshore and W. F.
Ewart have returned from Hot
Mr. F. C. Aver, of Newberry, is
spending some time in the city with
relatives.?Bamberg Herald, 8th.
/ Mrs. F. B. McCrackin and little
daughter are visiting relatives in
Newberry.?Bamberg Herald, 8th.
' Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Hunt ieave Friday
for a ten-day's stay in the mountains
of Western North Carolina.
Messrs. B. C. Matthews and Robert
Norris have returned from a business
trip to Washington.
Mr. and Mrs-. C. R. -Wise and chilVamKorrv
arp vi si tin or thfi
U1 ^lX, VI iivnyvi*;, v a
former's mother, Mrs. J. H. Wise.?
Saluda Standard, 8th.
Misses Mattie Adams and Verna
.Lane are spending some time in the
Mr. Ellesor Adams, of Charleston, is
Sere on on a visit to his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Adams. '
Mr. F. C. Ayer, manager of the Arcade,
went to Bamberg on business
Mrs. G. W. Summer and children and
Mrs. J. H. Summer and three daughters.
are summering at Hendersonrille.
Mrs. Luther Fellers, of Newberry, is
Biting her daughter, Mrs. M. C. Wi!- J
lard.?Coronaca cor. Greenwood Index,
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Witt have returned
to their home at Johnston, after a
week's stay with Mr. and Mrs. G. E.
i Mc<jarey, or ^ewDerr).
Mr. E. L. Koon, of Prosperity, has
been awarded the N?w berry scholarship
at the University of South Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dorainick and
I YTice Margaret SDeake. of Kinards. are
off for Hot Springs, N. C., and Tate
Dr. George K. and Mr. Thomas
Hutchinson have gone on a trip to
Columbia, Charleston and Isle of
Miss Bess Summer, of Union, and
Miss Lillian Smith, of Newberry, are
guests of Mrs. James Whitlock.?
Jonesvilie cor. Union Progress, 6th.
Miss Boyd Brown, of Prosperity, is
visiting her college chums, Misses
Lena and Lillian, Olinkscales on South
Main street.?Anderson Mail, 5th.
Mrs. Louise Scott and Master Linder
Huiet returned Saturday from a visit j
to Newberry and Cross Hill.?Union i
Miss Kate Summer, one of Newberry's,
prettiest yonng girls, is the guest
of Miss Esther Graydon for a few days.
?Abbeville Press and Banner, 7tti.
Miss Kittie Matthews, of Prosperity,
is visiting her grandmother, Mrs.
Werts.?Mountville cor. Laurens Advertiser,
Mrs. Jno. S. Floyd, of Asheville, after
visiting her brother, Mr. W. G.
Peterson, left Wednesday for Walhal
la to visit her sod, Mr. Stewart Flov
Rev. E. L. Half acre, a recent graduate
of St. Laurence university at Canton,
N. Y., and now pastor of the Universalist
church at Bethel, Vermont,
is visiting relatives in the county.
Mr. Henry Miller, of Whitmire, is j
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. \
Miller.1 He has been quite 6ick sev-1
eral days.?Cross Hill cor. Laurens !
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Aull, after an ex.
tended visit to Mr. and Mrs. Luther j
B. Aull, left for their home at HickoTy, I
N.- C.?Ninety Six cor. Greenwood
Miss Lalla Rook Simmons, who has
been visiting Mrs. Luther Aull has returned
to her home in Newberry.?
Ninety Six cor. Greenwood Journal,
Prof. Dennis, of Newberry, is visiting
friends in the city.?Rock Hill
Herald, 5th. He is in a camping party
from Rock Hill to Catawba Valley
Mrs.f J. F. Schumpert and little
daughter, Fredna, are spending awhile
with the former's daughter*, Mrs. W.
T. A. Sherard.?Iva cor. Anderson i:
Mail, 6th. <
Miss Frances Jeter, of Whitmjre,;'
and Jayne Wiley of Hickory Grove, are \ [
visiting their friend and college mate,
Miss Louise Richardson.?Mountville
cor. Laurens Advertiser, 7th. *
Miss Frances Rice returned to her ;
home at Whitmire last Monday, after
spending some time here with her!'
father, Mr. W. G. Rice.?Coronaca cor.j
Greenwood Journal, 7th.
Messrs. Julius Boozer, of Philadelphia,
and Eugene Boozer, of Atlanta, ^
brothers and former residents of New- ;,
berry, are spending vacation in the
city. ' j _
Mrs. Nancy Belle Coleman, of New- j;
Derry, is visiung reiauves nere ana ;
at Hickory Grove.?Butler cor. Saluda !<
Standard, 8th. , ]
Miss Margaret Burton and Miss Kate '
Summer, of Newberrv, are the guests i1
of Miss Janie Morse this week. Thri *
young ladies have received many delightful
social attention* during t1 ]
stay here.?Abbeville Press and Bail- <
Miss Butler Fant and Miss Myrt Su- i
'oer, of Newberry, and Miss Genevieve '
Cousar, of Chester, and Messrs. George 1
Beach, of Rock Hill, and Paul Leon- '
ard, of Spartanburg, are the guests of 1
Misses Deaver and Mr. Jim Deaver.? 1
Carlisle cor. Union Progress, 6th.
Miss Mamie Cline after visiting her .
friend, Mrs. Herbert W. Ehrhardt, at (
Ehrhardt, is in Savannah visiting her ,
sisters, Mrs. M. J. Epting and family.
On Tuesday they enjoyed a sail of 120
miles to Beaufort, and will on nex
Wednesday leave Savannah for a stay
of some time in the mountains of ]
Messrs. W. T. Livingston and T. E.
Wicker on their Harley-Davidson motorcycles
left Newberry Tuesday after.
noon for Leesville. They spent the ^
ni^ht there and went to Batesbursr Hip
following morning. Left Batesbur^'
Wednesday afternoon at 2.35 for Co- '
u?i:bin Spent seme time in the cit/.
about 5 p. m. for home, airising
TARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Tuesday will be the big day of the
year in Newberry.
A good crowd left Wednesday morning:
on Baxter's excursion.
The county campaign meeting scheduled
for Keitt's grove has been
changed from August 20 to the 23rd.
Mr. LeRoy Salter and . his sister,
Miss Minnie, took between 350 and 400
babies' pictures Tuesday.
The singing school by Mr. Geo. A.
Dickert at Lebanon church will be
The Bush River church Sunday
school picnic Saturday will be addressed
by Dr. Geo. B. Cromer.
Dr. A. J. Bowers will preach at the
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer
next Sunday morning at 11.15.
Rev. W. E. Pugh will preach at St.
Lukes on Sunday, August 11, at 11
o'clock a. m.
Mr. Calhoun Boyd is the latest to
get a motorcycle. His is the "Flying
The Katzenjammer Kids?new pictures?at
the Theato?old court house
?Thursday, and PaJ" Weekly, No. 17,
Mr. J. L. Burns is helping in the
improvement of the lower Main street
section by the application of fresh
paint to his store front.
The Woman's Home and Foreign
Missionary society of the Church of
the Redeemer will meet at the home
of Mrs. E. R. Hipp at 5 o'clock Monday
afternoon, August 12.
While they are "at it," Mayor Langford,
Chief Lominack and Engineer
- - -t- x x- 1 1- ^ A m
IN orris OUgni. w ue ua-ua-eu xii a. uiuvement
to complete the neighborhood in
the paving now going of.
A boy in Suartanburg ran his auto
over a child cutting it open. Let us
hop& that no such accidents will occur
in Orangeburg.?Orangeburg Times
and Democrat. The thing is beginning
Miss Caroline Gary entertained delightfully
Friday evening in honor of
Miss Rainesford, of Edgefield, and
Miss Burton, of Newberry, who are
u ~"U ~ ~ svii/vffff. AKK^trill^ Draco
lit!I" CUdl lUlllg gUCTOW. ai/utfaig i iwo
and Banner, 7th.
Miss Esther Graydon entertained
last Tuesday evening in honor of Miss
Virgil Sellers, of Easley, Miss Margaret
Burton and Miss Kate Summer, of
Newberry.?Abbeville Press and Banner,
New counterfeit $20 gold certificates
are in circulation. In paying your
subscription to The Herald and News
ion't present anything greater tr
a $2 bill. It is easier to change and is
safer to handle, says the circulation
Rev. Mr. Lester, of Prosperity, has
been assisting Rev. D. B. Groseclose
carry on a few days' meeting at Mt.
Pleasant church. Sunday night he
preached for us at Ehrhardt Lutheran
church.?Ehrhardt cor. Bamberg Herald,
If you visit the Arcade this, Thursday,
afternoon and night you will see
the winning horse and ?he Newberry
hnvc o.c thev annparpi in the firemen's
tournament at Rock Hill. It will be
just the same and as good as having
been at the tournament. In fact it
will be better, as you can see it with3ut
dust in your eyes and while comfortably
seated. And it is so much
cheaper?only 5 and 10 cents. Go see
the victorious Newberry firemen in the
Sis Kinard and Charlotte Adams
had a fight recently when Sis cut
Charlotte quite badly with her knife.
Which accounted for those blood
stains people saw on the pavement
sarly one morning. Recorder Earhardt
had the couple before him on Wednesday
morning. They paid?Sis $10,
Charlotte $5. At the same time Mattie
Kinard paid a fine of $5 underithe
head of creating disturbance, while
Sent* Cooper and Cap Lindsey each
was made to contribute $10 on the
charge of "disorderly by drawing
FIRST COTTON BOLL.
[t Was Brought to The Herald and I
?ws Office on Tuesday bv J. W. |
Black of Xo. 5.
Newberry county's first open cotton
koll this season was brought to The
herald and News office on Tuesday by
I. W. Black, of Township No. 5. The
>oil is fully developed, and the cotton
s of pretry, white gra#e.
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j HOpiE. FK03I IU'ENOS AIRES.
i Dr. J. K. Gilder, Jr., in dewberry Affpr
Knur Vpjirs Snent in South
Dr. James K. Gilder, Jr., arrived in |
Xewberry on Monday afternoon after i
an absence of four years, spent in
South America, He will spend several;
months at his home here, and may i
locate in this section for the practice
of his profession of dentistry, though
he has not yet oenniteiy aeciaea
whether he will remain in the United
States or return to South America.
Dr. Gilder was located at Buenos
Aires, Argentina, some seven thousand ;
miles from Newberry as one travels
between the two places. He left Buenos j
Aires for Newberry on June 6. He
chose a sailing vessel ror tne trip
home, in preference to a steamer, for 1
the novelty and the pleasure of the
trip. He was fifty-five days om the
water, out of sight of land. He landed
in New York last week, an 1 after
spending a short while in New Ycrk
he came on to his home here.
Dr. Gilder left Newberry for Buenos
Aires in August, 1908. After a pleasant
trip to Buenos Aires, he
located there for the practice of his
j profession. During his four years'
stay in South America, however, he
I has visited many of the otfc?r c anI
| tries in that part of the world, includ- j
ing Paraguay, Bolivia, Brazil and (
Chile, spending some time in Valparaiso,
in the latter country.
l>r. Gilder talks interestingly of the
life in South America?of the people,;
; their habits of life, their politics and
j their religions. He says the cost of :
I living in Bueoos Aires is considerably !
higher than in this section of the United
States, while the wages of the laborers
is not correspondingly high in
proportion, though in professional life 1
: there are big returns corresponding I
I with the greater cost of living.
j The people down in' that country,,
said Dr. Gilder, hold in high esteem !
,tbe people of North America, and par- !
ticularly of the United States, though
! in certain professions they do not look j
' ' 6 iv. ? j ?Ki1Utr I
iavoraDiy upon iue tuicigj auu auun; i
from this country that are sometimes
put in competition with their more
leisurely habits of life. Down there!
they look upon Roosevelt especially as j
| a great man, and a copy of a Buenos i
j Aires paper, "La Prensa," issued on!
, the morning of June 6, which Dr. Gil- 1
der brought back with him, has among
; the items from this country a dispatch
I from New York, telling of Roosevelt's '
| victory in securing the South Dakota
delegates to tne naiionai itepuoxican
convention. "Otro triunfo de Roose!
velt," I-a Prensa heads its dispatch, j
There are several dispatches from.
i Washington and New York in this is- ;
sue of La Prensa dealing with hap-'
| penings in this Country.
Dr. Gilder's many warm friends are
glad to welcome him back to Newberry
after his long absence in a far for- i
< eign country, and hope that he may j
tn remain in this country, and
in this section.
' SPOT "WHERE COL. XANCE FELL.
Tablet to he Placed on Battlefield?
Movement Jna-ier irated by Judge <
>v. G. Pet?rson.
A party of Xewberrians, headed by j
Judge W. G. Peterson, will leave fori
Virginia via Washington, on next Wed- j
nesdav to attend the location of a tab- j
let to be placed on the spot where Col.,
j James D. Nance was killed in the Bat-1
itle of the Wilderness on May 6, 1864.!
, Col. Nance was in command of the!
i Third South Carolina Regiment of
Kershaw's Brigade. Judge Peterson i
was on this battlefield some time ago .
fVio flvQ/if Tuhore Pnl j
' dllU lU^Clv^ ?f ^.N^A X/ ^/w*' j
I Nance fell. Upon his return to New-j
berry he inaugurated a movement, j
I through the columns of The Herald
jand News, for subscriptions for the
erection of a tablet to mark the spot, j
The tablet has been secured, and its J
location will be fixed next week by
Judge Peterson and the tablet unveiled.
In the party will be: W. G. Peterson,
Dr. S. G. Welch. Welch Wilbur,
jjno. K. Aull, Mrs. M. M. Satterwhite, j
I Miss Helen Satterwhite and John An-j
drew Satterwhite; John Henry Bax-i
ter, Clarence Pitts, T. P. Pitts, M. M.
Livingston, and perhaps others.
King's ( reek Grarejard.
All Dersons interested in King's
Creek graveyard are requested to meet
at the graveyard on Wednesday, August
14, for the purpose of cleaning
off the grounds. W. C. Brown.
Annual Picnic at Beth Eden.
The seventeeth annual picnic at
^eth Eden wili be given on Friday.!
August 18. Everybody is invited to
"ome ard to bring baskets. A pieas in:
clay is looked i'orward to.
MEETING TO-NIGHT (THURSDAY).
AH the >I<?n of Newberry Urged to Attend
Jleetingr in Interest of Hospital
at S.30 O'clock.
Thp mp.il nf Ypwhprrv whn arp in
terested in building the Xewberry
County hospital are requested to meet
at the chamber of commerce tonight
(Thursday) at 8.30 o'clock. All persons
who have been soliciting stock
are requested to uenver meir carus to
Clarence T. Summer, treasurer, at
their earliest convenience. The total
amount of stock sold will be reported
and other business of importance will
be transacted. Every man in Newberrv
i<? invited and ursed to be present.
This is a great work for our town and
our county, and we ask the help and
cooperation of every man in the community.
" I. H. Hunt,
REV. E. D KERR ACCEPTS.
Will Begin Pastorate oi Aveleigh Presbyterian
(lnircli at Ouce?Services
Divine services may be expected
next Sabbath in Aveleigh Presbyterian
church at 11 o'clock, to be conducted
by the newly elected pastor Rev. E.
Mr. Kerr has notified the session of
1- - ? rtoll r.nn^n + 1 v
HIS dCC&pUIUUC Ul luc ua.ii i f i.vu
dered, and begins his work at anif.
The formal relations as pastor and
people will be established when Presbytery
convenes, which will be during
the month of September.
The people of Newberry, irrespective
of denominational affiliations, will
welcome the Rev. Mr. Kerr to Newberry.
Mr. Kerr is a young man full of
promise and comes to' Newberry with
the highest endorsement of his church.
Hp is a graduate of Davidson college,
^ o ? - ? N.
C., in. the academics, and received
his degree of B. D. both from Columbia
and Princeton seminaries.
OLD SONG CONCERT.
Entertainment Friday Afternoon 1b
High School Building?1 Splendid
The Young People's Endeavor So
ciety of the A. R. R. cnurcri win give
an old concert in the high school
building this (Friday) afternoon. An
attractive program has ?been arranged,
and the occasion will be thoroughly
enjoyable. The old songs will be sung,
and both the vocal and instrumental
music will be of a high order, the talent
which has been secured for the
occasion being among the best in Newberry.
' Half of the proceeds will be given
to the Newberry county hospital and
half to the church.
This will be one of the most attrac
tive entertainments in Newberry in a
long while. 4
KEITT'S MEETING AUGUST 23.
Date Changed at Bequest of People of
Community, on Account of Pro
traetea .ueenng m rroerress.
At the urgent request of the people
of the community, County Chairman
Fred. H. Domin'ick has announced that
the dftte for the county campaign
meeting at Keitt's Grove has been
changed from the morning of Tuesday,
Amriict on to thp mnrnins of Friday,
August 23. The request for the change
of date was on account of a protracted
religions riioeting which is being
conducted in the K'eitts community.
The change was made by County
Chairma.i Don)inick by. virtue of the
power vested in him by the county
executive committee to make changes
in case of necessity or expediency
The date of the barbecue to be given
by Messrs. Felker and Saber has also
been changed to conform to the date
of the meeting.
Pension Claim of Emetine Cromer, De
I hereby certify that I, as chairman
of the pension board, ordered the pension
claim of Mrs. Emeline Cromer,
deceased, paid to her nephew, Mr. J. j
T. Gilliam. W. G. Peterson,
Chairman Pension Board.
Newberry, S. C., August 8, 1912.
There will be preaching at Bachman
Chapel Saturday, August 10, at
11 a. m., with council meeting to fola?^Aot7
of t.ho Rnmp nlanp.
1UW. Ull OUuuaj, civ tuv f
there will* be all-day service?communion
in the morning and missions
in the afternoon. There will be no
nreaching at St. Philip's next Sunday,
but the Sunday school will meet there
it 4 p. m. The joint council will
neet in the near future.
Bond Issue of $4,000 for Erection of
Sew Building Carried on Wednesday
by Vote of 28 to 3.
1 The election at Silverstreet, in the
' Silverstreet School district, on
! the Question of issuing $4,000 in con
pon bonds, for the purpose of erecting *
a modern, up-to-date school house at
Silverstreet, was held on Wednesday,
and twenty-six votes were cast, twenty-three
of which were in favor of
issuinc th#> hmids' and only three
against the issue.
This is a great forward step taken
by the people of this community, and
means much for the development and
(uplift of this entire section of the
The trustees will at once secure
(Plans and commence the erection of a
modern and up-to-date school building.
It is the purpose of the trustees so to
plan the building that it may be added
jto as may be required. The first
j building will contain sufficient class
1 nAAmy* VIA - J ? *
I xvi [/i cocut uccuSj cUiU ctlbU
ar. auditorium, and will be so arranged
that additions may be made, as the
; There will be preaching at Claytou
Memorial church Sunday, August 11,
at 11 a. rn., by Rev. E. L. Halfacre, and
at 4 p. m. by Rev. G. S. Delano. Also
meeting of Young People's Christian
Union at 10 a m
We will give a first-class barbecue
1 at Keitt's Grove on Friday, August 23,
county campaign day. A good dinner,
0. A. Fe^r.
B. M. Suber.
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for lest
than 25 cents.
WANTED?A position as double-entry
bookkeeper. Thoroughly experienced,
steady and reliable. Familiar
with typewriter. Employed; desire
change September 15. Address
"Nell," care Herald and News.
HIDES! HIDES!?I have a contract,
for 38,000 pounds of hides, which
.must be filled by September 25. Will
pay highest prices. See me No.
1000, corner Main and McKiben Sts.
T. M. Sanders, y ' 8-9-ltaw-3t.
LOST?Between my home and the old
Kennerly place, on Tuesday morning,
a gold band bracelet. Suitable
reward if returned to Jno. C. Baker.
Bracelet lo3t somewhere on fcoad by
Capt. Folk's, between my home and
5-mile rock. Jno. C. Baker.
I FilEE trial package of Conkey's Lice
'Powder and big 80-page Poultry
Book for one week only at Gilder &
Weeks. 8-9-4t-ltaw. .
IF CONKEY'S Chicken-Pox or Sore
Head Remedy don't give stisfaction,
your money cheerfully refunded at
Gilder & Weeks. ' 8-9-4t-ltaw.
FOB SALE?Buggies and wagons.
Have large shipment of buggies and
wagons on hand we are offering at
reduced prices. Plea 3 call and inour
stock. Purcell & Scott.
_8-6-tf. . _Ji
FOR SALE CHEAP?Two males and
two horses. Apply to H. D. Havird,
1100 Main street, Newberry, S. C.
PIANO INSTRUCTION, beginning
September 9, >1912. Miss Mazie Dom- ^
inick, 1801 College street,
j , ?
j [ OFFER FOR SALE for the next 60
days 155 acres of land 100 ^being(
in the town of Whitmire, S. C. If'
interested write P. B. Odell.
BANK STOCK FOR SALE?I offer at
nriro+a cola ninotv chflfPS rtf thft
?/ * A. r UiUVWJ vw v
capital stock of the Farmers bank
of Prosperity; also three desirable
lots, well improved, in Prosperity.;
also one vacant lot. Good terms.
G. W. Kinard, Prosperity, S. C.
FOR SALE OR TRADE?An auto-buggy
in good condition. Apply to Herald
and News. 7-30-tf.
FOR SALE?600 bushels pure Bancroft seed
oats, at 75 cents per bushel.
FIXE milk cows for sale. E. M. Evans
& Co. < 5-24-tf.
WE HAVE just received another shipment
of the famous Parker bugg*<-s,
also the renowned Gemco Harne^.
| Be sure you get one of these rigs
before we close out the shipment.
E. M. Evans & Co. 5-24-tf.
FOR SALE?One 12 horsepower International
gasoline engine and one
F. and E. co-planer, with 6x24 cylinder.
All in good shape at reasonable
price. Apply to C. D. Sheaiy,
Pomaria, S. C. 5-3-tf.
nnA T UVT1 ~\tn.y->a.-cT 1PT1/1 ftfl
3lu^j!ii 1w jujci 1uuuvj vv
real estate. Long time and easy
.payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter.
Xow is the time to subscribe to Th?
fferald and Xews, one year.$1.50, six
'uonths "5c* four months 50c.
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