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IT RELY PERSONAL.
The Movements of Many People?
Newherriaus, and Those Who
John T. McGraw, of Columbia, is
visting Dr. W. E. Pelham.
r>r a w. Connor has returned io
the city ready to resume business.
Miss Lillie Mann last week returned
from her visit to Columbia.
Mrs. B. B. Reia and little B. B., Jr.,
have returned from Hunterville, X. C.
Miss Inez Shealv, of Little Mountain,
is visiting Miss Alda Miller.
Miss Lizzie Rogers leaves Wednesday
to visit relatives in Columbia.
Miss Ina Davis, of Georgia, is visitt?
?rait oiinf- Mrs. Blease.
lUg UCi 51VU.1. au".,
Miss Julia Zobel has returned from
visiting at Johnston and Saluda.
Miss Lillie Mae Moore is visiting her
cousin, Mrs.^ J. D. Stone, at Prosperity.
^Irs. William Johnson has returned
Dr. E. *E. Stuck, Mr. iri. \v. uommick
and Mr. T. Roy Summer are at
Miss Dorothy Amerson, of Chattan-!
ooga, Tenn., is visiting Mrs. R. E.
Mrs. Charles H. Barnes and children,
of Logaiisport, Ind., are visiting
Mrs. B. F. Barnes.
Misses Margaret and Helen Bowers, j
of Columbia, are visiting Misses Elise!
and Suella Peterson.
Mrs. R. P. Casey, of Belton. is "Visit-j
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. \
Mrs. W, B. Caldwell, of Colleton, is j
visiting her brother, Mr. J. T. Cromer, j
Mr. J. D. Epps, Sr., is visit'iig his !
brother, past, present and future j
treasurer, J. L. Epps.. ;
' ' ' I
r?r and \fr. Tom Hutchinson j
returned last week from tneir Oolum-!
bia, Charleston and Isle of Pal ns trip.;
Miss Etta Sheliev returned from Wil-1
mington, N. C., and Marion, S. C., last
' Carl Epting will return Tuesday to .
Savannah, Ga., going back to trie;
Mr. J. B. Smith, of Newberry, was in
'this section.?Saluda No. 2 cor. Lees-1
ville News-Advocate, 15th.
Miss Chloe Johnson returned Mon- !
\ _ '
day from Newberry.?Clinton Gazette, j
Mr. P. D. Johnson, of Newberry, was
a visitor in the city Sunday.?Clinton
Gazette, 15 th. j
Miss Mary Wise, of Prosperity,
spent the week-end with Miss Fannie j
Richburg?Clinton Gazette, 15th.
"Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hawkins, from
Prosperity, are visiting Mr. John Ept-;
. ing.?Shack cor. Clinton Gazette, 15th. i
Miss Dollie Davis, of Prosperity, is!
visiting Mrs. C. N. Buford.?Shack cor.;
Clinton Gazette, 15th.
"Miss Ola Hutchinson returned last
week from a visit to relatives and i
. . friends at Delmar.
T?dHv ha? returned from !
j lUlO-c J 'VI u -vv .
visiting her uncle, Mr. Joe Eddy and
family, at Ninety Six.
Mr. oRbert McC. Holmes last
week returned from Wreightsville
Beach. . \
Mrs. D. C. Spearman and two children,
of Saluda, visited Mr. and Mrs.,
G. "VV. L. Spearman last week.
Mrs. Bettie Kinard and little daughter,
Bettie, of Ehrhardt, and Mrs. J. L.
Snelgrove,. of Le-esville, are visiting
Mrs. P. B. Hutchinson and family.
Mr. Asbury Counts, of Newberry, is i
on the Isle of Palms for a short stay
before leaving for Atlantic City.? j
Charleston Post, 17th.
Mrs. Cora Reynolds and children
froro Newberry, are visiting her father
this week near Fredonia.?Fredonr
_ia cor. Leesville News-Advocate, loth.
Mr. Roy Jones has returned to New4
* a ViQlnilKr
Dtirr> uum .vir^aissiypi, anu 10 ,
his father, Mr. S. B. Jones, at the,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. I>ong spent last:
week with relatives in the county, and |
Mr. Long has returned :0 his old place I
at Edwart-Perrv company's.
Mr. Frank Falls, of the D. R. Lavender
Theato, will spend a little vacation
at his home at King Creelx, R. F.,D.
"No. 2 in Yorkville county.
Charlie Ruff left Monday wim nis
brother, Walter, for Yv'innsboro, the
latter returning to his business there
after a visit home, and the former to
pay a visit.
Misses Carrie Bell and Alice West
"have returned from visiting In Aiken,
Augusta and Chirles:on in.
course taken in the Isle of Pa-ms ani ?
learning the art of surf swimming..
Policeman J. C. Lee. off on vacation, j
will spend awhile with his son, Mr. |
Robert Lee, in Columbia, and then
visit friends in Darlington and at
Miss Ida Epting, of Newberry, who
has been spending several weeks in
Hendersonville, N. C., is now the guest
of Miss Eva Castles on South Converse
3treet.?Spartanburg Herald, 17th.
Rev. A. G. Voigt, dean o? the Theological
seminary, will return from Mt.
Pleasant to Columbia, on September 2,
and arrange for the opening of the
next session of the seminary.?^Lutheran
Visitor, 15 th.
Grace and Mt. Tabor churches, Prosperity,
have granted their pastor, Rev.
E. W. Leslie, a months vacation which
he and Mrs. Leslie are spending with
relatives and friends in Virginia, their
temporary address being Haden, Va.?
Lutheran Visitor, 15th.
Mr. M. 0. Torrence, of Newberry,
will spend today and Sunday here, going
afterward to the Isle of Palms,
where he expects to en-joy the sea
breezes for a week or more. Later on
he will be joined by Mrs. Torrence and
Miss Winnifred Torrence.?Charleston
Mrs. Summerville and little son Cor
nelius, after visittng her sister, Mrs.
B. E. Julien, left Thursday morning
for Winder, Ga., to visit relatives
there, accompanied by her niece, Miss
Ruth Hester, who was returning ..om
a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Julien, at Helena.
Misses Mattie Adams and Verna
Lane returned last week from Hen-1
dersonville and * Asheville. Miss J
Adams left Sunday for Charleston with i
x, ~ , * , :
ner oroiner, Mr. raui Aaams, wno nas
been visiting at home. They were accompanied
by Miss Lucile Picquet, who
was returning to tyer home in that city
after visiting the Misses Adams in this
Mrs. P. M. Epstin, of Beaufort, an;! I
Mrs. Jul4us Brown, of Charleston, j
spent last Thursday in Newberry with j
Mrs. Joseph Mann. Mrs. Epstin and j
Mrs. Brown are sisters and will be j
remembered as Misses Pauline and j
Lizzie Mittle, formerly of Newberry, i
This was Mrs. Brown's first visit in |
13 years. Mrs. Epstin visited here j
about three years ago.
VARIOUS AKD AIL ABOUT.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
union will meet Wednesday afternoon
at 5 o'clock with Mrs-. Mary Wright.
Lavender's picture show, in the old i
AkrMt-nf Anna n'ilT <nrn t'Vi /v rvrtmonr ro_ >
WUi ^ Iiuuou, w ill oia.^7 yiULUAij a \j~
suits next Tuesday night.
The Ladies' Aid society of the!
Church of the Redeemer will meet j
with Mrs. Henry D. Wells, on Tuesday,
afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Just as The Herald and News was i
going to press Thursday afternoon a j
cotton boll was sent in by Mr. C. B.
Bishop, of R. F. D. 1.
Mr. D. R. Lavender has just installed
a new piano at the Theato, the moving
picture show in the old court!
Ward 2 club roll is*in the hands of!
Mr. C. P. Barre at the law office of j
Eugene S. Bleas'e in the absence of j
Secretary H. W. Dominick.
The Woman's and Young Folks' Society
will hold a rally day at St. Matthews
church on Saturday, August 31. J
An address will be "made by Dr. Geo. j
B. Cromer. Everybody is invited.
At the watermelon eating contest
Saturday night at the Arcade between
Henry Eddy, William Sample, W. C.
and David Hayes, the prize of $1 was
won by Henry Eddy.
Sheriff Bufdrd last week jailed John
Elmore for stealing at Whitmire, pre- j
liminary to transferring him to the
county chaingang for#60 days on two
A Newberry man visiting in Green- j
wood last week says that Greenwood I
has sreese on her streets eating grass, j
He. thinks "Thp Idler" ought to suggest
that Mayor Langford turn geese !
instead of goats in the streets.
Saturday Rural Policeman Peterson
arrested at Kinards a Sumter negro,
Fur Jeter, for carrying concealed
weapon, and Magistrate Dorroh- sentenced'Jeter
to a fine of $30 or a service
of 30 days on chaingang.
Dr. A. J. Bowers preached twice
Sunday?as hot as it was?in the
morning at Newberry and in the afternoon
at Silverstreet. And Dr. Bowers
is keeping up his reputation as a
specialist. See the latest marriage.
PnliPAmon T TT Turner and T. A.
Berley on Sunday night rounded up
six gamblers at John Brown's house.
The six pleaded guilty before Recorder
Earliardt on Monday morning and
received a fine of $5 each, which they
This talk about people changing
that we hear so much about is i'or
political effect. We do not believe
there are changes to amount to anything
one way or another.?Georgetown
Times. - This truth is from a
Jojies paper which publishes the prayer
K?? "Paxr " TT/->ii n i v> Inn TviVimin
CI U > 11V * t X V/UU CUill XHll i 1 iWUUC. I
GREETINGS FROM E. W. LESLIE.
Minister and Wife on Vacation in Virginia
Send Regards to the Home
Dear Editor: Kindly permit us,
through the columns of your valuable
paper, to send greetings and good
wishes from our vacation "headquart
ers" to our parishioners and friends in
We are*profoundly grateful ro Grace
and Mt Tabor congregations for this
liberal vacation which affords us the
opportunity to visit our loved ones and
to rest and recuperate amid the familiar
scenes of old Virginia where
"the trees bow their foliage^ in the
dewy atmosphere of the deep blue
mountains, and where the low of the
kine is music to the ears of the vacationist
as he sips his buttermilk in the
spring house at the bottom of the hill,
and where the historic James babbles
its song on towards the ocean."
We greatly appreciate the many
good wishes of our friends and parishioners
expressed as w6' departed for
our vacation trip, and it gives us pleasure
to send word back that up to the
present time their kind wishes are be- j
ing fully realized. We trust that the j
same good fortune may continue to at- j
tend us and that good health and
abundant happiness may be theirs
"till' we meet again."
Most sincerely, '
E. W. Leslie and Wife.
Haden, Va., August 17.
County Chairman Urges Tlieni to Take |
Issued to Them. <
The following instructions to managers
of election will accompany the
To the Managers of Election of
Knowing personally practically all
the managers of election for Newberry
county, I am confident that the elec- ,
tion in this county will he. fair and
e-quare, but in view of the many reports
which are being- circulated in <
this campaign, I want to impress upon
the managers the necessity of scrupulous
caution in the conduct of the election,
in order that there can be no pos- '
sible basis afterwards for any charges 11
In the boxes sent out by the executive
committee will be found a sufficient
number of ballots* both State
and county, for the voters of every j
nrflMn/tf 1 I
The boxes contain two sfcts of blanks
for retmrns of the election, each set <
containing a return for the election of
county officers and a return for the <
election of State officers. The managers
will find in the box a stamped envelope,
addressed to Frank R. Hunter,
secretary of the executive committee,
Newberry, S. C. In this envelope they
are requested to mail immediately after
the count one set of the official
returns, signed by the managers, giving
the returns of both the State and
county election. The other set of official
returns, giving the vote for both
State and county officers, is to be filled
out and signed by the managers and i
put in the box with the ballets, and the
box is to be sealed up with this return,;
with the ballots, and with the poll list,
and is to be brought sealed to the secretary
of the executive committee,
pVank R. Hunter, Newberry, S. C. I!
want one set of the official returns j
mailed to Mr. Hunter so there will b3 |
no necessity for breaking the seal!
placed on the boxes by the managers j
until the meeting of the executive com-1
mittee to declare officially the result j
on Thursday, August 29, at 12 o'clock i
noon. I request the managers to return
the boxes as promptly after the
election as possible, and they must be
in hand before 12 o'clock noon of
Thursday, August 29, when the executive
Fred. H. Dominick, j
County Chairman. !
Xewberrj Boy Hookworm Expert. |
Dr. L. A. Riser, the hookworm expert
of the State board of health, has
just completed the initial week of the
five weeks campaign that he mapped
out for Chester county, and expressed
A S\A of tVlQ
himseit as very mueu giduucu aL ?.***way
the people of the city and county
are responding to the call made by the
press some weeks ago.
I Dr. G. W. Coniior has returned from
| his vacation and will be found at his
i studio at the same place.
ARMY WORM IN NEWBERRY.
Mr. Henry ('. Holloway Discovers Pest
on His Cotton?Other Farms Infested,
it is Stated.
w tt r* tt.ii ^ an x
.Air. tienry l.. nonuwav un aiuuuaj
morning discovered in a cotton field
011 his place in Newberry a worm he
supposes to be the "fall army worm"
which has been Reported from various
sections of South Carolina this summer.
Mr. Holloway had a number of
them in a bottle, and Several gentlemen
to whom he showed them pronounced
it the genuine "fall army
worm." Mr. Holloway said he had
found only a small area infected.
It was stated by gentlemen on Monday
that the army worm had also been
discovered on cotton fields on the
places of Senator Alan Johnstone and
Mr. W. Ed. Wallace.
The Herald and News has b^en publishing
articles from the Federal experts
sent to South Carolina dealing
with the best methods of getti lg rid
of the pest, and also articles from th^
Clemson college authorities.
Thp rPrl sniriPr marip itc sir>r>on?*or>^e>
in certain sections of Newberry county
some time ago, but it was l">^d
that the county would escape the amy
The Newberry Kest Koom.
Editor The Herald and News: As a
matter of business and interest to all
the women of our county. I desire to
malrp this ?ppmid rpnnrt nf ' ' a la
(lies' rest roCm during the past four
months. The remarkable- success and
large number of visitors are proof of
the necessity of this much needed
resting place for women and children
in every county seat of our land.
There are on the daily record the
names of twenty-one hundred and
eighty-seven women and children, vistors
from all parts of our own and distant
States. Many passing through .in
automobiles and *by railway avail
themselves of this resting place and
tne rerresning ice waier iurmsnea dv
the veteran Sheriff Bjiford free to all
visitors. "The tenderest are the brav.!
est." The old soldiers are to be remembered
for what they have suffered.
May God be with us yet, "lest we forget,
lest we forget."
The many big days find us cramped
for room, and through the kindness
of Mayer Langfori, Con^^or Morris,
Mr. Wicker and Mr. Feagle, a room in
the basement is partlv arranged for
the use of children, ?nd we trust when
"the tumult ar.d ^he shouting" are over,
J 1 1 ? mm. JJ
common sense may noia sway, <mu
then we may have a nice basement
play-room for our small folks, and
more space in the papers to thank our
good country friends for their nice
gifts of fruits, melons and cake. And
our especial thanks are due to the children
of thfe county for their donations
of sweet flowers to brighten our rest
room. From the Dutch Fork we are indebted
for the old-time loaf of sweet
bread, and wish this lost art could be
taught the girls of today.
To the I a ay irom sparianuurg wu^
left this note we' say that we feel more
than words could express by pen, and
we hope to tell her some some day:
"The Xewberry rest room is the best
we hare visited in seventeen cities we
canvass each month. The manager
treats all so kindly and is so axniousfor
the comfort of each visitor. Miss
F. Putman, Spartanburg, S. C., canvasser
for The Watchman."
To those who wrote me for information
as to establishment of rest room,
I will answer later, as time is limited
at uresent. Manager.
Entertained at Kinards.
At the home of Miss Beulah and Mr.
Glarencsi Smith were Misses Mary and
Laura Welborn, of Williamston, and
Mr. William Smith, Jr., of Clinton. Mr.
Earl Workman had as his guests
Messrs. Watkins, of Ninety Six, and
Ryan Workman, of Clinton. Miss Sara
Wallace had with her Miss Watson;
of Simpsonville, and Misvs Webb, of
Newberry, and Mary Johnson, of Clinton,
were with Mis-s Irene Workman,
vtieo ATijttio fiiflsgrnw had Miss Carrie
Sifith, of Spartanburg, and Miss Sara
Gary had Miss Pep?, of Newberrv
Horseback riding was enjoyed, automobile
tiips to Newberry and Clinton,
a picnic at Bush river and -parties.
two at the home of Miss Dru' k
S nith and one at Miss Beulah Smith s
A "tacky" party, given by Miss
Drucie Smith, will long be remembered
by young and old as tl?. > grea'es*
success of a "tacky" party they h?\e
oven- hoprt to
Miss Carrie Smith won the la-Jie*'
prize,*and Messrs. John Young ai*d
Harr'son bavins to draw f--r
"en's nri?.e. which Mr. Harrison d*\w
a larse stick of candy tied tvir.'j r-'.
rihbcn.?Kinards cor. in G>v^.v>: e
\EMS OF ST. PAI LS.
Program For Old Folks' Day at St.
Pauls on First Sunday in September.?Personal
St. Pauls, Aug. 19.?Mr. and Mrs.
Hpnrv Finn nnd family, of Concord.
X. C., have been visiting Mr. W. H.
Kibler and family.
Mr. Beriey Bedenbaugh has just rettrrned
from the Shealy-Lowman wedding
at Irmo, and reports a very pleasant
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Stone and family,
of Vaucluse, are visiting Mr.
Stone's sister, Mrs. George Richardson.
They will also visit other friends and
relatives in the community during their
stay here. Mr. Stone lived' in this section
for a number of years and taught
school at Jolly Street several terms, ]
and has many warm friends in this
community, who are always glad to see
him and his charming wife.
Following is the order of service to!
be rendered at St. Pauls on Old Folks'j |
i day, which will be held in that
' church on the first Sunday in September:
At 10 o'clock promptly, Sunday
| 11 o'clock, Hymn Xo. 147, ' Ther;> is j
la Fountain Filled With Blood."
j Hymn, "Jc.us Lover of My Soul,'V
. :<o. :o2. _ j i
Address of welcome by Dr. ?V. Lor- _
| ick Kibler.
| Sermon by Rev. J. D. Bowles.
Special music, "At Evening .Light."
; Seng?"My Faith Looks Up to Thee,"
At 2 o'clock p. m.?song, "Rock of
Ages," Xo. 204. ^
1 Address by Rev. J. A. Sligh, D. D.
Song, "A Few More Years Shall 1
j Roll," No. 506.
j Address by Rev. S. P. Koon.
Song, "Jerusalem, My Happy Home," ;
Xo. 44. ' (
The public is invited to come and
! bring well-filled baskets and spend the "
I day. A special invitation is extended
; to all the older people who are in
; reach to attend this service.
The Misses Folk, of Denmark, who ]
have been visitors for sometime at
Mrs. R. E. Bedenbaugh's, are visiting
at Jalapa, but are expected to be with
us again soon.
Miss Alma Kaon, of Pomaria, is the
guest of Miss. Willeeze Boinest.
Mr. Olin Crompton and sister, Miss
I Mary, of the St. Phillips section, spent
j Saturday night and Sunday with the
I fo-.Yiilw nf \frc T D Ri/ihardoftn
ia. iiiij v/i i o. x. A
Messrs. Curtis Rikard and Mr. K -*
Baker, of the Long Lane section of the
county, visited friends in this community
Saturday night and Sunday of last
week. ; H j
Mr. and Mrs. Caldie Graham,- of the;
New Hope section, spent Saturdayj
night and .Sunday with Mrs. E. T.
j Werts and family.
j Rev. Y. von A. Riser and Mr. J. A. C.
| Kibler, are expected to visit Rev. J. A.
| 0115a, j_y. is., <x c uuiuiuuia, tug
j part of this week:
Miss Olive Richardson is visiting at
j Mr. J. F. Richardson's.
| Mr. J. P. Kinard has two children
' whose birthdays come on the same
j date, just four years apart. They are
| Mr. J. T^ Kinard, of Pomaria, and Mrs.
Florence Ivibler. Their birthday was 1
' celebrated one day last week, at the
; home of their father, Mr. J. P? Kinard,
; where they held a faipily reunion, at
] which his nine grandchildren were ^
present, and a fsw of their closest
friends, who had been invited to be
with them and spend the day and enjoy
a good dinner. Mr. Kinard is an
old veteran and has lived in this com- .
munity all his life and' has lived a
| good, quiet, peaceful life, something
: of which any one might be proud,
i Mr. Frank Suber, of Blairs, Is visit, j
j ing his sister, Mrs. W. K. Counts.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Koon, after
; spending awhile at Mr. W. G. Metts', .
| have returned to their home at Lees|
Mr. Willie MeCawthorn, of Lexing- '
; ton, spent Saturday night and Sunday
i with Mr. K. A. Wicker.
; ? "
Miss Zulg. Counts is visiting friends !
at Newberry this week.
Miss Annie Paysinger, of Newberry,
i on.H YTr fler>r<ro T .r?niiniflc nrir? "VTiss
Floy Lominick, of the St. Phillips
community, spent a pleasant day with
| Miss Willeeze Boiuest one day last
On the evening of the 28th, the members
of the Luther League will have a
moonlight picnic. Any of the members "
having visitors may bring them along
Miss Lillie Mae Moore, of Newberry,
is visiting at Mrs. E. H. Werts'.
The reason the .whole family spoils
I the baby is because each one thinks
! -;obodv else ousht to do it.
Being a smart aleck can get a person
into more trouble than being a dunce.
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Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank our many friends
and neighbors for the kindness and
many good deeds shown to us and our 4
another. Mrs. Mary A. Force, in her
long illness and recent death, whom
God called home to Him August 6, 1912.
Especially do we thank the Ladies
Aid society for their goodly deeds. Th?
thoughts will be long remembered.
We pray for the will of Him, the Almighty,
who doeth all things well, to >4
rest upon each and every one of you *
all forever. _
T. B. Rankin and family.
J. A. Force and family.
Dora Thrift and children.
Confederate Reunion at Chap in*
The Confederate veterans will hav?
reunion at Chapin on September 19.
Everybody is invited to corns' and
bring full baskets.
D. I. Epting.
One Cent a Word. No ad- ,
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
WE ABE sale agents for the Walter
A. Wood mowers and rakes. Prices
T 1 orVl f ^',,T ^
jju; iiuw. 2j. 3i. iuvans & Co.
FOK SALE CHEAP?Several good
milk cows. Joe Wilbur.
FOR SALE?A beautiful piece of prop. >
erty in the town of Newberry, known
as the Laugford place. Good house
with all modern conveniences and^ - A
twenty-five acres of fine pasture and In
cultivated land, all wire fenced.
Plenty of water. Well and creek.
Apply Mrs. J. H. Riser, Newberry.
FOUND?Central Methodist "Sunday
School Cross" pin. Owner can have
by calling at Herald and News office.
PURE home-raised Bancroft seed oats
for sale by E. M. Evans. 8-20-tf
I will furnish a first-class barbecue
at Whirtmire on Saturday, August 24,
uounty campaign day.
' W. D. Suber.
juuatucio. Ayv1! tu JfirB.
J. D. Davenport, 1326 College street
FOR SALE?First-class pressing club
and cleaning plant. A good member,
ship and business for right, young
man. For particulars and reason
for selling apply to H. D. Havird, ' <
Main street, Newberry, S. C.
IYAXTED?You to know that Sample
& Goree are conducting a first-class
market, and srrorerv /?nrr?hinpd 1-UVT
Main street. Phone 227. 8-12-tf '
HIDES! HIDES!?I ha~E a contract
for 38,000 pounds ^ Mdes/ whicU
must be. filled by September 25. Will
pay highest prices. See me No.
,00, corner Main and McKiben Sts.
T. M. Sanders. 8-9-1 taw-3t., *
?. . i FREE
trial package of Conkey's Lice
Powder and big 80-page Poultry
Book for one week only at Gilder &
Weeks. 8-9-4t-ltaw. ,
[F COSKEY'S Chicken-Pox or Sore
.Head Remedy don't give stisfaction,
your money cheerfully refunded a.t
Gilder & Weeks. 8-9-4t-Uaw.
FOB SALE?Buggies aud wagona.
Have large shipment of buggies ajid
wagons on hand we are offering at
reduced prices. Please call and inspect
our stock. Purcell & Scott.
FOR SALE CHEAP?Two mules and
two horses. Apply to H. D. Havird,
1 1AA Yfoirs cfmat Vonrhorpv S C
ii VV ?UU1U VV1 VVVy *1V ft iw* V?
[ OFFEJR 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
private eale ninety shares of the
capita! 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. I
FOR SALE?600 bushels pure Bancroft
seed oats, at 75 cents per bushel.
Summer-Wise. 7-2-tf. t
FINE milk cows for sale. E. M. Evans
& Co. 5-24-tf.
WE HATE just received another shipment
of tbe famous Parker bug?i?-t?,
also the renowned Gemco Harut^.
Be sure you get one of these riga
before > we close out the shipment.
E. M. Evans ft Co. 5-24-tf.
FOR SALE?One 12 horsepower In
ternational gasoline engine and one |
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price. Apply to C. D. Shealy,
Pomaria, S. C. 5-3-tf.
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real estate. Long time and easy
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter.
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