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The Movements of Many People?
Newberrians, and Those Who
T?<IV.an+1-. Q&irJoIT liac roturnpd
MISS ?ill?U.Udli ociuvn uao .
x from Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Hunt have returned
from Waynesville, N. C.
Mrs. T. W. Sloan and son, of Greenville,
are visiting Mrs. Bern ice Martin.
Mrs. L. W. Jones has returned from
North Carolina mountains.
Rev. E. L. Halfacre has gone to
Mr. Job L. Hughey, of Columbia, is
in the city.
Mr. C. G. Johnson, of Kinards, was
in the city last weefc.
Miss Leola Bedenbaugh, of the coun'
rTn A IT Anil
ty, is visiting Aiia. ju?.
Miss Bell Picquet, of Charleston, is
visiting Miss Nellie Adams.
Mr. Renwick Carlisle is in Chester
visiting his sister, Mrs. Kennedy.
Miss Sara Caldwell returned Thursday
Capt. C. W. Bishop, of Columbia,
was one of the visitors to Newberry
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sonnenburg leave
Sunday for Louisville, Ky., to be gone
until September 18. t
. Miss Lizzie Coleman, of Newberry,;
is the guest this week of Miss Haiti- i
wranger.?Greenwooq jnaex, zstn.
The Misses Dennis, of Newberry,
are visiting Miss Idalia Hollingsworth.?Laurens
Mr. W. H. Anderson is one of the
returned merchants from the North- j
Miss Mamie Cline has returned j
from Savannah, Ehrhardt and the'
Mrs. Herbert W. Ehrhardt, of Ehrhardt,
is visiting her mother, Mrs.
Miss Lillian Glenn, of Greenwood,
on her way home from HendersonI
ville, is visiting in Newberry.
Mr. Thos. Y. Chalmers, of Walhalla,
is.visiting relatives and friends in j
his old home place of Newberry.
Miss Etta Jacobs and Miss Claudia
Hedgepath, of Columbia, are visiting
Miss Lillie Mann.
Capt. W. S. Langford left Wednesday
for Philadelphia, whence he goes
to Atlantic city.
Mr. Ed. Mann, of Columbia, spent
jsunaay witn nis cousin, Mr. W. S.
Mann, and family.
Revs. Edw. Fulenwider and J. W.
Carson have returned to their respecI
tive congregations looking well after i
Mr. R. E. Hollingsworth, of near
Vaughnsville, Newberry county, spent
Sunday in the city.-^Laurensville Her- j
AiU, -O ULi. *
Little Miss Delmar Bailes and her!
brother, Master Lamar, are in Ander- j
son visiting their aunt, Mrs. J. C. j
Mrs. D. S. Hull, after visiting her j
daughter, Mrs. S. E. Dunbar, will on
Monday return to her home at West- j
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dominick and J
Miss Margaret Speake returned last j
week from Hot Springs, X. C., and j
Tate Springs, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jones, of New- i
berry, came over in their car and !
spent Sunday here with Dr. and Mrs.1
C. A. Milford.?Abbeville Press and
Misses Hattie and Lucile Roebuck, I
<^f Gainesville, Ga., have returned i
home after a pleasant visit to their |
brother, Mr. Julius R. Eison and ;
Miss Mattie Adams and Mr. John W. |
Chapman, of the Mower company,
have gone to Baltimore, New York
and other markets for fall and winter
Misses Laura and Cora Lominick.
of Newberry, returned home Thurs? I
day after a pleasant visit near Sale*n. ;
?Indian Creek cor. Saluda Standa; 1, j
Mrs. D. C. Smith was called in haste j
to Xewberrv on Fridav to attend her I
daughter, Mrs. E. T. Carlson, who has
diptheria. We are glad to say Mrs. i
Carlson is improving some.?Indian i
Creek cor. Saluda Standard, 29th. I
Mr. L. Morris returned last week j
from the Northern markets, accompa- |
nied by Mrs. Morris and their daugh- j
ter, Miss Florence, who had been vis
iting relatives in their former home
city, Patterson, N. J.
Rev. J. Dawson Bowen, pastor of
Bush River and Mt. Zion churches, of
Newberry county, visited at the home
of Rev*. J. M. Trogden last Tuesday
and Wednesday.?Watts Mill cor.
Laurens Advertiser, 2Sth.
. Mr. W. M. Thomas last week returned
from Moore county, North Carolina,
after visiting his brother, Mr. S. L.
Thomas, and his sister, Mrs. J. W.
Hartsell, of Cameron. He says the
crops are the finest.
VARIOUS A>D ALL ABOUT.
Lots of little items unattended to
on account of political news.
The regular preaching service will
be held in the A. R. P. church L~xt
Sabbath morning: at 11 o'clock.
You will regret missing "The Lady
of the Lake" if you fail to see it after
hearing others speak of the beautiful
The Woman's Missionary society of
ATnhnr/?h i I 1 mnaf
11 CLl iUCtUVUiOt cuui If 114 iUV^ vii
in the church parlors Tuesday afternoon
at 5 o'clock.
Mr. W. M. Thomas says his brother
in Moore county, N. C., has 3 ) acres
I in cotton that promises 'o yield two
bales to the acre. Never saw such j
The second new bale of cotton was!
sold by Mr. R. C. Neel on Thursday to !
Mr. Nat Gist, buyer for the Newberry
Cotton mill, strict middling, weight
488, ait il 1-2 cents.
Tuesday, September 3, will be the
closing of the singing class of the Lebanon
Methodist church, taught by Mr.
G. A. Dickert. The meeting will be in
the nature of a picnic, and the public
is invited to come and bring well filled
Jfews of Little Mountain.
Little Mountain, Aug. 29.?Mr. and ,
Mrs. W. E. Riser, of Chapin, have j
been visiting relatives in town ihis
Mr. Ed. Harris, of Slighs, was in
town on Thursday.
Mr. L. C. Boland, of Atlanta, Ga., I
spent Wednesday night in town.
Miss Marie Kohn, of Prosperity, is
the guest of Miss Kathleen Counts
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Boland and
children, of Charleston, are visiting
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs
A. N. Boland.
Miss Kathleen Counts hns returned
from a visit to relatives in Prosperity.
Mrs. Johnson, of Sandy Springs, is
the guest of her many friends and
relatives in and near town.
Mrs. Jonah Boland and daughters,
Kr _ J T^l 2 1 ll. ^ ? n .. . t j I
Mane ana naizaoeiu, ui opnugneiu,
are spending a few weeks with relatives
Miss Mae Kempson, of Saluda, is
the guest of her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. L. Shealy.
Miss Edna Shealy has returned to
her home near Chapin, after visiting
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Shealy.
Messrs. Rion and Waldo Matthews,
of Mountville, are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Wheeler.
Miss Katie Shealy returned on Wed
nesday from Prosperity, wnere she
has been visiting relatives.
Mrs. J. C. Kinard and daughter, little
Miss Kathryn, have returned-to
their home in Rock Hill, after spending
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Rev. J. J. Long spent Wednesday
night in Newberry.
Mrs. J. J. Long and childre-i are
spending this week with friends arid
lelatives in Newberry.
Miss Mary i^atnan speut Ti?esd:tv j
night in Prosperity.
Mrs. Robt. Boatman iias returnel
to her home in Columbia, at'tsr visiting
Mrs. J. E. Monts.
Mr. and* Mrs. J. K. Derrick and ;
Master Carroll Derrick have returned I
from Glenn Springs. i
Mr. Herbert Smith, of Hilton, has i
been visiting Mr. Keister Fu'ine1*.
Miss Maude Boland has returned to
her work in Columbia.
Mrs. Quattlebauin and Miss
Smith, of Chapin', wert in town on
Mr. W. B. Wise has returned from
Mrs. B. L. Miller, of Siighs, spent;
Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and j
Mrs. J. X. Feagle.
Mrs. Dr. Wessinger and children, of j
Ballentine, spent the first part of the I
week with relatives here.
Mrs. John Fulmer, of Columbia, is
spending this week with relatives near
Messrs. Joe, Lamar and Robert Fea- j
gle are at home for iwhile.
Mr. Arthur Counts, of Slighs, was |
in town on Tuesday.
Mr. J. B. Lathan was a business
visitor in Newberry on Wednesday.
Miss Evangeline Shealy has returned
from a visit to Prosperity.
Mrs. Loman, of Ballentine, is visiting
Mrs. John Riser.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wise, of Prosperity,
spent Thursday with relatives
To Contest Net
NOTICE OF APPEAL IS
FILED IN NEWBERRY
APPEAL FROM REFUSAL TO RECOUNT
fiftAAn A Pntitiftn PrPcanfoH A Tin An
k?tl/VilU JL C UllUil JL Xv^VUVVU A?U XX^/peal
Notice Filed by Mr. Jos.
At 5.30 o'clock on Thursday afternoon
the following, filed by between
fifty and sixty citizens, was presented to
the county Democratic executive
To thp Members of the Executive
Committee of the Democratic Party
of Newberry County:
Whereas it appears that the combined
votes for the candidates for
governor of the State of South Carolina
in the Democratic primary held
in the said county August 27, 1912,
reached the number of 3,i28, the same
being a majority over the number of
votes cast for any other candidates
for State offices in the said primary
for the said county by t.he number of
27, and whereas we, the undersigned
voters, we being qualified electors for
the said county, do believe that the
above allegation gives evidence of an
irregularity in the counting ot the
votes ror uie saia ui suvcuw:,
we do respectfully petition your honorable
body to order a recount of the
votes for that office, the sajd recount
to be held by yourselves ia the county
court house on a day set by yourselves.
The petition was laid on the table.
The following was then presented
which has the appearance of a contest
in the governor's race before the State
STATE OF SOUTH C \ROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEV/AitiRRY.
To the Members of the Executive
Committee of the Democratic Party
of Newberry County:
Whereas it appear? that your honorable
body has declined to grant the
petition of the several ui.alifie-1 voters
of this county for a recount of the
votes cast for the office of governor of
the State of South Carolin;i in the
Democratic primary held in Nawbeny
county, August 27, 1912, we the said
petitioners do hereby appeal from your
(Signed) Jos. L. Keitr.,
(For the Petitioners).
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Evans, of Newberry,
S. C., announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Juanita, to
Mr. William Henderson Warren, of
Tampa, Fla., the marriage to take
place in the fall.
Death of >Irs. Amanda Bridges.
Mrs. Amanda Bridges died at her
home near Union school house on .
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock,and
was buried at Bachman Chapel on
Thursday morning at li o'clock. She
is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Joe
Quattlebaum, a brother, Mr. J. J.
Sligh, and three sisters, Mesdames 1
Alice Livingston, Emma Cromer and
Vinnie Cromer. 1
At The Theato.
"The Lady of the Lake/' Scott's
world-famous poem, will be presented 1
in three reels at the Theato Tuesday, 1
September 3. This magnificent pro- 1
duction will be sure to please the pub- *
lie and it is confidently expected that
the old court house will be crowded (
on that occasion. I1
Don't miss "The Lady of the Lake" [
at the Theato next Tuesday. 1
Pathe Weekly at the ^Theato Friday. 1
First >"ew aBle. (
The first new bale cotton of the (
season was sold by Mr. Jno. A. Senn 1
on Wednesday to Mr. Xat Gist. It was 1
sraueu sinci middling, weigned 585 i1
pounds and brought 12 1-2 cents. It *
was ginned at the ginnery of the '
Southern Cotton Oil company.
J. P. HARHOVS HOME VOTE. <
Regrettable Typographical Error in '<
Extras Issued by The Herald '<
and News. *
In The Herald and News election
extras a regrettable typographical error
was made affecting the vote of Mr.
J. Pierce Harmon at his home box.
Mr. Harmon received 40 votes, and the
error made him appear on the extra
to have received only four. It was, of
course, unintentional, as Mr. Harmon
understands, but as this is his home
box it is desired to call especial attention
to the error made bv this office
in justice to Mr. Harmon.
CHARGES FLY FAST |
nu tue nrrTiAM
Ull 1I1E. LLLLUUIV
MANY RUMORS IN THE AIE AS TO
Telegram Received by County Chair-1
man Dominick From State Chairman
Jno. Gary Evans.
As soon as it becane evident that j
Blease was renominated for governor
* -en i: x-u _ J 4. ^Ua
cnarges 01 iraua in me cuuuuci ui uic
election immediately began t.> fill the
air, and there have bee:) rumors of
contests in the various counties an.I
of a recount being demanded of the
State executive committee of all rh?
votes cast in South Carol!.in.
Those who have opposei the governor
have been pointing oat the laige
number of votes polled, and various
charges have been made. In fact, the
ntior/vot. in rao-Qrd +/1 tll^ r.!
V/Uai 5^0 Ail i c/ wthe
election have been as thiclc and
have flown as fast as the chrrgis
made against the governor befou ...ie
There was a recount of the vote ask-1
ed by a petition signed by a number of
citizens, at the meeting of the coun- i
ty Democratic executive committee in;
Nftwherrv on Thursday. This Detition
did not charge fraud, irregularity or j
unfairness, and it was ruled out by
County Chairman Dominick, for the
reasons stated in his ruling, which
appears in the report of the meeting
of the committee in this issue of The
Herald and News.
It will be recalled that the various j
county conventions, with few excep- 1
tions, which sent delegations to the ;
State convention in Columbia, w^re I
composed of people then termed "antiBleaseites,"
ana that the State con- i
vention in Columbia refused to send (
the governor as a delegate-at-large to
Baltimore. Th<? county machinery is ,
largely in the hands of those who j
were at these county meetings placed j
in charge of it. The State executive '
committee was chosen by the conven- j
tion dominated by the anti-Blease!
forces, and the present State chair- j
man is an avowed political opponent j
of the governor.
Nevertheless, there are rumors upon
top of rumors that a great deal of
fraud will be charged.
As bearing upon tne situation, tne j
following telegram received by Coun- j
ty .Chairman Fred. H. Dominick, from :
State Chairman Jno. Gary Evans, on !
Thursday afternoon, will be of inter
"Columbia, August 29. j
"P. H. Dominick, Newberry.?Pre- j
serve all ballots, tally sheets, poll J
lists, club rolls, managers' reports, j
and all records until further notice'
from the State executive committee.
"Jno. Gary Evans,
EXECUTIVE C03DflTTEE COUNT |
CHANGES COUNTY RESULTS;
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1).
be granted. !
County Chairman Dominick asked
permission to say a word personal,
before any discussion of the petition i
svas taken up. ?
Mr. Keitt interrupted to say that j
:he petition did not. charge fraud or !
irregularity, but it was the desir? ofr
hp riti/.pns who signed it that there
should be a recount of the vote. I'
Chairman Dominick said that as
:ounty chairman for the fourth time, j
ie had tried to act fairly and squarely ;
Mid h3 was gratified to hear a gentleman
state, during the morning, that ;
ne had got it over the wires that a !
recount would be asked for in every
jounty except Newberry, where it was '
conceded the election wag fair. Mr. 1
Dominick stated that in tne appoint-,
nent of the managers, the managers i
lad been left entirely to the commit- '
:eemen from each club, and that h?, J
is county chairman, had been request?d
to change the managers in one or ]
:wo places, but that he had refused to i1
lo so, and he felt that this petition :
.vas a reflection upon the chairman 1
md the secretary as to their fairness p
uid impartiality in the conduct of the|(
\o Reflection, Said Mr. Keltt, 1
Mr. Keitt stated that no reflection j
>n the chairman or the secretary was ' *
Mr. Eugene S. Blease stated he pre- '
sumed everyone knew how he stood
n the election, but that as a citizen '
le would have nothing: done that was (
jnfair or unjust and, knowing tV"3 1
people of Newberrv r>o"ntv ps he knew
hem, he was satisfied that 90 per (
the people of Newberry county who <
lid not support his brother in the race 1
tor governor, would not charge unfairness
on his part, or that he would
countenance any wrong-doing. He
knew that the chairman and secretary
did support his brother tor governor
and he felt that the petition was a re
flection upon the chairman and the
secretary. Where, in the history of
primary elections in Newberry county,"
said Mr. Blease, "was there ever
before presented a petition from citizens,
asking a recount?" He challenged
the people who presented this petition
to show any rule of the party,
providing for such recounts. "As this
petition is worded, is there any law
providing for a recount? Then why
ij u recount asked? Is some candi
date dissatisnea: u ne is aitssausnea,
let him file his complaint, and he will
be treated fairly and hontstly by every
member of this committee, regardless
oi iiow he may stand on any candidate
before the people. Here is a
petition iiieci, asking a recount and not
c.iargmg any meguiaiity, and before
the result of the election is officially
known. The Democratic party of this
county has not yet tabulated the vote,
nor ueciared the result," and Mr.
Blease thought the petition was premature.
"it is not yet known," saic
Air. Biease, "officially, whether there
ai.y irregularities or fraud, because
ine eiecucn boxes have not been
and uie committee has not
tabuiatea the vote and does not know
what the managers have reported." It
seemed to him, he said, that they were
attempting to cross the bridge before
it was reached, and he objected to any
recount or adoption o f the petition
without any allegation of fraud or error..
He said that he stood for righteousness
and honesty and moved that
the motion of Mr. Keitt be laid upon
At the request of Mr. Keitt, ihe
motion was withdrawn temporarily.
Mr. Keitt stated that he thought
they had a right to ask for a recount,
without charging fraud, that the executive
committee was absolutely in
charge and that these citizens had a
right to petition for a recount, and he
believed that the rules bad uot been
strictly carried out. He thought that
the rules of the party gave any citizens
the right to inspect the roile oe* >??
nuimorv on/1 thifl piorht noH
1U1 C tuc puiuai J, o.u\A Ajivfcx*
not been granted. He was opposed
to any fraud or fraudulent methods,
and did not want any such votes
counted, even if the votes were cast
for his best friend. The clubs have
voted, and in utter ignorance of th$
rolls, he said.
The Chairman's .foiling.
uerore tne mouon was put, tnairman
Dominick stated that iie at sired
to make a ruling. Mr. Dominick said:
"The following petition has been
filed: (reading petition). In presenting
this petition, M*. Keitt, who presents
it, says, in substance, that no,
charge of fraud or irregularity is
made, but the petition is dimply signed
by a respectable number of New
berry citizens, being about one nundred
of the three thousand voters iu
the primary, who have the right to
ask for a recount for unfairness, without
cliarging that there is any fraud
or irregularities. In my opinion, such
a precident would be dangerous, and
would entail needless time and expense
on the executive committee, ancf
I k-Tinw of nothing in the rules of the
party, or the laws of the State, or the
principles of common law, which
would permit a recount, on the petition
filed. If the petitioners who present
this petition, or any candidate,
will file a petition before this executive
committee, whether numerously
signed or not, alleging fraud and irregularities,
specifying in what particular,
I think it a matter for the committee
to consider, and the committee
would consider such a petition, when
properly placed before it, with proper
specifications of fraud or irregularities."
Appeal From Rulin&r.
Mr. Keitt appealed from the ruling \
Df the chair. He stated that as &
[neniber of the committee, irregulari-.
ties had been brought to his attention, j
'and fraud, if you please."
Mr. S. M. Duncan thought that Mr. j
Blease nad taken tne wrong position, j
ind referred to some errors which ap- j
peared in the newspaper ballots, as
:o the result of the election. Mr.
Blease stated that the committee was
not acting upon the newspaper reports,
but would act upon the returns
)f the managers, and if any of the parlies
wanted to inquire as to the challenged
votes, they could do so.
Mr. Keitt wanted to inspect the roll
3f Wo>rd 5, and Ihe committee stated
ie would have the right to do so.
Vppeal Toted Down, Chair Sustained.
The motion of Mr. Keitt, appealing
-'? + v. ^ mrttinn nf fhp nhair u*a?
Li Ulll 111C iuuuvm v* v?? ???-. ?? ww
overwhelmingly voted down, and th*
mling of the chairman sustained.
Mr. G. B. Cromer stated he was not
*ell and wanted to request that the
committee examine the Walton box,
relating particularly to the vote cast
for clerk of the court. An error had |j
been found in this vote, as reported 1
in the newspapers, whereby Mr. Gog- 1
gans was given only nine votes, when ^ 1
it should have been nineteen. This
error breaks the tie which the news- 1h
rvn rro T'A r\ m _ J WB
lyapcis 6a,c d-S ucuwccu vxvggctUS etlill ^Bj
Wheeler, and nominates Goggans for j]
re-election as clerk ot court. JH
A sub-committee was appointed to W
check up the returns and make the 1p|
totals and the committee took a re- ^ |
cess until 3 o'clock. I
One Cent a Word. No ad* 1
vertisement taken for lest
than 25 cents.
AIY BAKERY will be closed from September
2 to September 18. E. C. 1
| WANTED?To hear from parties who
purchased stock in Continental |
m.i - ? -
?yiicicos xeiepnone and Telegraph
Co. Act quick. Means money to a. ,
you. Adjuster, General Delivery,
Newberry. 8-30-lt. fl
OYSTERS and September come to
gether only our oysters will beat
September here one day. Septem- jHj
ber arrives Sunday and our oysters 'H
I arrive Saturday at. ft 9 rn ." BB
? 1/UU l? *
forget this if you want a few oys- ^
ters for we only ordered a small 1$
quantity. Order early. Yours for ? m
business. E. M. Lane & Co. Phone Jg
iOO or 212. fl |j|
FKESH oysters and fish tomorrow 4^
Saturday. We will hav*>
. _ wui mot
shipment of fish and oysters Saturday,
and will have them all the time
from now on. Your grocery, E. M.
Lane & Co. Phone 110 or 212.
224 ACRES OF LAND?For sale, in
one or two tracts, 8 1-2 miles from ^
Newberry; 1 1-2 miles from Jalapa , i
and Gary. C-, N. & L. R. R. through
place. R. F. D. by place. Good I
school near. Well watered; good
pastures. Phone 2911. S. M. Duncan,
Newberry, S. C., R. F. D. No. 3.
LOST?A round gold pin set in pearls
with Greek inscription in blue ' J
enamel. Juanita Evans engraved on
back of pin. Reward if returned 'to
this office. N 8-27-tf. ?
WANTED?A clerk with some experience
in- dry goods, shoes and clothing
by September 1. Apply to Box
88, Newberry, S. C. % ' 8-23-tf
MORE INTERESTING THAN A NOTTIT
jjju?wooarow Wilson wrott* the
most interesting story of the American
people ever written. It is the
story of our country's life from ear- *
liest times to the point where history
and the present meet: Write Harper
& Brothers, Franklin Square,
New York, for full particulars.
8-23-25 and 11-12-d.
j 1VE ARE sale agents for the Walter '
A Wrvnr? rrftworo on/1 t*_;
? . ?^ ^.vnvio auu ia&cs. rrices
right. Buy now. E. M. Evans & Co.
FOR SALE CHEAP?Several, good
milk cows. Joe Wilbur. ^
FOR SALE?A beautiful piece of prop. j
erty in the town of Newberry, Known I
as the Langford place. Good house
j with all modern conveniences and
twenty-five acres of fine pas tare and -A
j cultivated land, all wire fenced.
j Plenty of water. Well and creak.
Apply Mrs. J. H. Riser, Newberry. ^
| W A3 TEH?You to know that Sample
& Goree are conducting a first-class
| market and grocery combined. 1307
Main street Phone 227. 8-12-tf
FREE trial package of Gonkey's
Powder and big 80-page Poultry
Book for one week only at Gilderv &
FOR SALE?Buggies and wagons. 4H|
Have large shipment of buggies and
wagons on hand we are offering at 1 ' ^
reduced prices. Please call and inr-TN/is-.*
1- T-) 11 O Ct ? ?
oycvuuj- siuca.. jruiceu oc oiuu.
PURE home-rnised Bancroft seed oats
for sale by 5. M/ Evans., 8-20-tf
I OFFER FOR SALE for the next 60
days 155 acres of land 100 being
in the town of Whitmire, S. C. If M
interested write P. B. Odell. .
8-2-tf. . ~ '
-BANK STOCK FOR SALE?I offer at A
private sale ninety shares of the 1
capital stock of the Farmers bank 1
of Prosperity; also three desirable
lots, wen improved, in rrosperny;
also one vacant lot. Good terms.
G. W. Kinard, Prosperity, S. C.
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 buggi-s,
also the renowned Gemco Harne^.
Be sure you get one of these riga
before we close out the shipment.
E. M. Evans & Co. 5-24-tf.
FOB SALE?One 12 horsepower In-i
4 -1-- ? 1 a ?? nri*1 An a
ternauonai gasunuc cugmc auu
F. and E. co-planer, with 6x24 cylinder.
All in good shape at reasonable
price. Apply to C. D.' Stoealy,
Pomaria. S. C. 5-3-tC. \
MO VET TO LEND?Money to lend on ,,
real estate. Long time and * eiaj
r?nvrnents. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter..