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The Movements of 3Iany People, Xewberrians,
and Those Who Visit
Mr. Robert Moore returned last
week from Atlanta.
Mr. B. A. Hawkins has changed from
Montgomery to Haynesville, Ala.
Mr. Aaron Aughtry has moved from
Honea Path to Newberry.
Miss Essie Pearson opened the Beth
Eden school on Monday.
Mrs. L. E. Walthall, of Atlanta, is
visiting relatives in .Newberry.
Mrs. Drayton Avinger, of Codesville,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. D.
Mr. Alvin Wright leaves Friday for
Johnston to visit his father, the Rev.
Geo. A. Wright.
Mr. Hyman Sloves, of Charleston,
has come to Newberry to clerk for
The commissioners of federal election
met Wednesday and organized
with Harry W. Dominick as chairman.
Mrs. J. C. Harper and children, of
Greenwood, will arrive Friday on a
visit to Mr. ana Mrs. 1. ti. mini.
Miss Addison, of Chappells, was in
the city today.?Greenwood Journal,
Mrs. M. C. Moore and children spent
Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. E.
H. Werts, near Prosperity.
Mr. Munson L. Buford last week returned
from Athens and other points
Mrs. E. J. Kibler, of the county, is
visiting her city relatives, Mr. and
Mrs. M. C. Moore and family.
R. 51. Werts and R. Y. Lawrence, of
Newberry, spent yesterday in Greenville,?News,
Miss Lottve Lee Halfacre leaves
Saturday to take charge of the school
Messrs. Claud Mills and Hugh Senn
last week returned to the Charleston
Mrs. L. W. C. Blalock, of Goldville,
spent Tuesday and night with her sister,
Mrs. J. R. Green.
The Missionary society of Central
Methodist church will meet at the
church on next Tuesday afternoon at
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sturgeon, of
Newberry, spent Sunday here with
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cothran.?Greenwood
Dr. J. C. Halfacre, Mr. J. E. Summer
and Mr. Paul Halfacre, in Dr.
Halfacre's automobile, paid a business
visit to Saluda Tuesday.
Miss Vivienne Caldwell, who is visiting
Miss Ola Wilsou, will return to
her home in Greenville the latter part
of the week.
Master James Lambright, of Newberry,
is visiting at the thome of his
grandmother, Mrs. C. B. Counts.?Union
Miss Neni^ Caldwell leaves this
week for her school in Newberry
county.?Winnsboro News and Herald,
Miss Rebekah Mahon, of Newberry,
was the guest of,her uncle, Mr. A. R.
Durham, last week.?Blackstoc* cor.
Winnsboro News and Hsrald, 3rd.
Clayton Shealy and Kenneth I
Kneeee, of Pelion, have entered New- j
berry college.?Lexington Dlspaten. |
Mrs. Alma Hay-""? l^'urnM on Y/ednesday
from Columb'.'i with iier l.ttf*son
W. C., whom she had taken there
for throat treatment.
Mrs. A. J. Bowers was the delegate
from the Newberry union to the State i
convention cf the W. C. T. U. at An- i
? t ur -rcrviito
<i?rson last weeK. .airs. u. *>. UitV i
was present as president of the local
Miss Laura Cromer is in New York
as a student in the Cooper Art Institute.
On her, way to New York she!
stopped in Bristol, Conn., to visit Mr.;
and Mrs. Geo. A. Beers. Miss Crosier
is a very talented young :ady and her
friends are proud of her.
VARIOUS A>D ALL ABOUT.
Newberry is the best cotton market
in this section of the State.
The Helena school will be re-open-!
ed Monday by Miss Lucile Wallace.
Tr-nprpne s. Blease, Esq., as agent for
*- w ? ?
mortgagee, has closed the shoe store
of Ward & Chapman.
Mr. J. I*. Livingston was announced
in Tuesday's paper for re-election as
alderman from Ward 5.
That Dutch weather prophet's frost
prediction is getting nigh at hand.?
It cost Mr. J. B. Hunter $5"for failing
to observe the auto sign at the corner
of Main and Caldwell streets.
Is there any reason why Anderson
should not be the best cotton market
in the country??Anderson Mail. None,
except that Newberry is known to be.
In this issue the following aldermen
1 ' W FT.
are announced iur ic-cictuya
Shelley. Ward 1; Clarence T. Summer,
ward 3; Ed. L. Rodelsperger,
Recorder Jno. W. Earhardt on Tuesday
morning extracted $3 from Johnny
Jones for running his wheel over a
cook. Johnny Jones was having a little
carnival of his own.
The latest to buy an automobile
from W. C. Waldrop through the McHardy
Mower agency is snerlff-elect
Cannon G. Blease. His is a Ford touring
car, which is a popular machine.
The school at Jalapa, Miss Kate
1 nnon \Tnndav
Thompson teacuer, Will ?
the 8th. The patrons are requested
to be present, as visiting speakers wil'
be on hand for the occasion.
The French Spy. in three reel ut th<
Theato next Tuesday, Stli. Lots of
people have been looking for just such
pictures and they are soon to feel a
realization of their anticipations.
Pleasant and Profitable Fall Meeting
Held With New Lutheran Church
Slighs, Oct. 2.?The Newberry conference
of the South Carolina Lutheran
Synod held its regular fall meeting
ir> tho rtow T.iithfsran phnr/>h at Pnmnr.
ia on Friday, Saturday and Sunday of
Owing to the inclemency of the
weather the attendance was small on
Friday. In the absence of the president,
Rev. Edward Fulenwider, the
vice president, Rev. J. B. Harmon, presided
over the meeting.
After the formal opening of conference,
Rev. J. J. Long preached the
The afternoon was taken up in the
discussion of topics according to the
Saturday morning the weather was
better, and a larger congregation assembled
than on Friday. President
Fulenwider was present and took
yuarge ui. me mccimg.
At the conclusion of the discussion
of one subject Rev. P. E. Shealy
preached the morning sermon, after
which the conference held its regular
The afternoon session was also taken
up in the discussion of the topics
according to program.
These topics were both interesting
and profitable. They were all very
ably discussed by the speakers who
had been appointed by the committee
Rev. J. J. Long, chairman of a committee
appointed by the president to
draft resolutions of respect to the
memory of Mr. Jefferson Quattlebaum,
who had served the conference as
treasurer for the past 20 years, presented
some very fitting resolutions in
memory of the deceased, which were
unanimously adopted by conference.
On Sunday morning the conference
! opened at its usual hour. Rev. J. J.
Long made quite an interesting talk
on missions to the Sunday school, af
ter which Rev. E. W. Leslie preached
the morning sermon and Pastor Linn
held his regular communion. The
congregation was large and gave their
undivided attention to each service, j
Conference was then closed by the
secretary, Rev. Y. von A. Riser, in
the,absence of the president and vice
The congregation reassembled in the
church at 2.30 p. m., and Rev. P. E.
Shealy preached the closing sermon.
In conclusion, to be brief, I will say
that the hospitality of this live Little
congregation, together with that of
their neighbors, was not limited at all.
The members of this church deservemuch
praise for the beautiful and well- f
arranged church edifice they own,
which I am informed is free from d^bt.
This ended the session of another
conference which has added new life
to the Lutneran cause. Arc invitation
was extended for the next meeting: of
conference to be held at Colony
church. J. M. W.
NEW SUNDAY TRAIN.
C., X. & L. Inaugurates Excellent New
Passenger Schedule Effective on
The C., N. & L. railroad announces
that a new train will be put on between
Columbia and Laurens,, to, be
operated only on Sunday, and to be
known as Xos. 50 and 51^ This train
will leave Columbia at 8 a. m., Gervais
street, and arrive in Newberry at
9.47, Clinton 10.41, Laurens 11.0,4.. Returning
it will leave LaurenB at 6.35
p. m., Clinton 6.58, Newberry 7.52, and
arrive in Columbia 9.38. Connection
wiil be made at Laurens for Spartanburg
in the morning, and also in the
afternoon, so that persons from Columbia
may go via this train to Spartanburg,
spend several hours in that
city and return to Columbia in the
evening. Connection will also be made
X i i.1 xl i
on tais tram wnu tue mruugu nam
on the Seaboard at Clinton going to
Atlanta and returning from Atlanta.
D. A. Dickert Chapter.
The D. A. Dickert Chapter,. Daughters
of the Confederacy, will meet on
Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock, with
Mrs. J. Y. McFall:
! J (Advertisement)
Robert Rivers was born Marcfc 11,
1835, and departed this life Aygusi 25,
.1912, aged 77 years, 5 months, 14 days.
Sleep on, dearest grandfather,
And take thy rest,
| God called you home,
i He thought it best.
A loved one from his home is gone,
A voice we loved is stilled,
A place is vacant in his home
Wh?~v never can be filled.
You havo gone from us forever,
i Longer here you could not stay,
You have reached a fairer region,
Far, far away.
! > ^
! How we miss his gentle footsteps,
Miss each kind and gentle wora,
No more in his lonely household,
I Will his gentle voice be heard.
.; The golden gates opened wide,
A gentle voice said "come,"
; An angel from the other side,
!| Welcome grandfather home.
' i Heaven now retains our treasure,
"j Earth the lonely casket keeps,
' And the sunbeams love to linger
;! Where grandfather sleeps.
I i Again we hope to meet you,
I ! When the ay of lite is tied
And in heaven with joy to greet you
Where :io farewell tear is shed.
Marriagre of Much Social Interest Solemnized
in First Baptist C hurch
\> e<l nes day.
The marriage of Miss Gillette
Schumpert, of Newberry, and Mr.
Frank Wingfield Webster, of Atlanta,
was an event of unusual social interest,
and 011 Wednesday at high noon a
brilliant assemblage of friends from
v. ~ . 1
ctiiu. uuuui)' ana IIUIII utiiei
sections of this and adjoining States
gathered in the First Baptist churc.K
to see them united in the sacred bonde
of wedlock. Dr. E. Pendleton Jones,
pastor of the First -Baptist church,
performed the ceremony, using the
beautiful ring service.
The bride is a daughter of Mr. J.
Fred Schumpert, of Newberry, sergeant-at-arms
of the State senate. She
is a graduate of Winthrop college, and
is a young lady whose charming personality
has endeared her to friends
wherever she is known. The groom
holds an important and responsible
position with the Southern Bell Telephone
and Telegraph company, in At
The talented singer, Mrs. Roy Z.
Thomas, sang with touching pathos,
"Because I Love You, Dear," and "Believe
Me," to a waiting and delighted
audience. Mrs. C. D. Weeks rendered
with artistic touch Lohengrin's wedding
The church needs no- setting for its
ecclesiastical beauty, but the color
scheme of gold and green in. the altar
ana rail.decorations ennancea me loveliness
of the scene, Marechal Xiel
roses and Southern srailax being the
decorations used. The bridal party
wore colors which blended with; the
color scheme in the decorations, making
a charming picture.
The bride wore Copenhagen blue,
with hat to match, and. gray gloves.
She carried an armful of lillies of the
! valley and carnations, bound with
j tulle. The maid of honor wore white
I lace over white messaline. The
bridesmaids were gowned in white lace
over yellow satin, with yellow sashes.
They wore white picture hats and long.
glovesr and bore clusters of golden rod
twined with tulle.
Miss Jennie A. Sanders, of Beaufort,
was maid of honor, and Mr. J. Hampton
Webster, of Eatonton, Ga., was
The bridesmaids were Misses Gladys
Able, of Leesville, and Julia Kiblerr of
Newberry. The groomsmen were
Messrs. Homer Schumpert and Holland
Fellers, of Newberry. Misses
Fredna Schumpert and Marguerite
Werte were the ribbon girls, and Miiss
Alice Virginia Sherard, a niece of. tie
bride, was the ring bearer. Messrs.
Claude Schumpert, Floyd Bradley,
^J o-rvlr Pho Q Ti '
.Ci V tJl t/Ll Hi* Q.liO duu JL' i an A vuuy aamu
were the ushers.
The many elegant gifts of silver,
'cut-glass*, china and other presents attest
the high, regard of many friends J
in this and other States. Especially
notable ware the beautiful silver waiter
and pitcher from the officials of the j
Bell Telephone company, of Atlanta, J
and a handsome case of silver from the
president of the senate, Lieutenant j
Governor, gharlas A^Smith^andiftanily..]
There were many lovely presents tronj
Winthrop college friends of the bride,!
and many others. j
There w^re a number of out-of-town |
Mr. and Mrs. Webster will be at
home in Atlanta following their return1
from, their bridal trip. I
Their many friends throughout
South Carolina and Georgia.and, whenever
they are known wish for them a.j
great deal of happiness in. their, journey
through life together.
M. B.. EL.
Ckarch: of the Redeemer.
(Rev:. Edw. Fulenwider, Pastor).
nrcvonfin? th? followinf?
^ > W UI1H5 ^ ~ _ _
will be the program of divine services
at the Lutheran Churclt of ' the- Redeemer
11' a. m.?The' regular morning service.
The pastor will' preach on the
subject: "The Best Tbing for: Newberry
City and County." On this important
subject some vefy practical
thoughts that need to be carefully cor*siifered
by our peoplte will; be presented
in the sermon.
8 p. m.?The beautiful Vesper service.
The pastor will preach the- first
in a series of spennal' sejrmou.s on,.
"'Christ's View." The subject Sunday
: night will be, "Christ's View of Life."'
"r 11 ~K-* " f " nimi- <>CrH i n-^+1
wnat Jesus uiougm ui mc
the theories of men is not only interesting
but very important to every
human being. The eo'ffege men wilt
help to lead the service and the singing.
4 p. m.?The members of the Sunday
school will please note the change
in the hour from 4.30 to 4 p. m. Teachers
and classes for all.
The public is cordially invited to all
The Children's Chapter.
The 0. L. Schumpert chapter, Children
of the Confederacy, will meet Saturday
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the
home of Burton and Fulmer Wells.
Death of Miss Joe Lane.
Miss Josephine Lane died at Hendersonville
on Wednesday at noon, after
a lingering illness of typhoid fever.
She was a young lady of exceptionally
fine character, being prominent
in church, Sunday school and temperance
work, to which she gave a life
of self-sacrificing devotion. She was
thp daughter of the late Thomas P
and Ella Mangum Lane, formerly o1
Newberry, and leaves a number of devoted
relatives to mourn her departure.
The remains of father, mothei
and other departed relatives rest ir
Rosemont cemetery, to which plac*
th-> body of th? deceased will he conveyed
upon the arrival of the 2.4;
! Southern train on Friday afternoon.
| The following will act as pallbear;
ers: I H. Hunt. B. M. Dennis. P>. C
| Matthews, J. V. McFall, J. H. West, M
j L. Spearman.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO MEET.
Second Primary for New ben County
Will Probably be Ordered for
The county Democratic executive
committee of Newberry county will
meet in the court l.ouse on Saturday,
October 5, at 12 o'clock noon. The
principal business to come before the
committee will be the matter of ordering
a second primary for Newberry
county. The St^te executive committee
has ordered a second primary
for attorney general to be held on
Tuesday, uctooer io, ana ixewuenv
county's second primary will no
doubt be ordered by the executive committee
to be held on this date.
A full attendance of the committee
MAJOR TV. BACHMAN WISE. .
Member of Governor's Staff Bears , 1
Title by WbiVh His Father Was
_____ ! '
Mr. W. Bachman Wise, of Little :
Mountain, has been co-nmissioned by i
Governor Blease as a member of the <
governor's military staff, with the 1
rank of major. This was the title by J
which Major wise's ratner. Major i-.
E. Wise, was so well and so favorably ;
known to the people of this county and
the State. 1
Major W. Bachman Wise will wear :
his honors worthily, and the gover- 1
nor's staff has no more handsome of- <
^ ficer. z
<*> WHITE RIBBOX ECHOES. <3> (
The ?9th annual State convention j
of the Woman's Christian Temperance <
i Union met in Anderson September 24-, ]
; 26, with a delegation of 50 members j i
' present. The Young People's branch t
: and the Loyal Temperance legion j r
had also several representatives there. (
Our Newberry uniom was represented t
by its president, Mrs. J. W. White,' and'
its delegate, Mrs. A. J. Bowers.
Anderson is a pretty place, and j
proved its hospitality, not only by j1
bountifully laden tables, but by long
j automobile drives to places of inter- j 1
! est in the city, particularly the new t
! Baptist college and the City hospital. 11
I The president and" one of the profes- j 1
iisors took us over the two college;f
| buildings. The main building has not i t
j its equipollent ior arts ana sciences as i
yet but air tile crass rooms- are Targe, c
well ventilated and" lighted", and witfr f
blackboards built in the walTs, chairs f
with broad" right arms, etc. 'Hie dor- J
mitory has a batli room for every trwo
adjoining bed' rooms. Something- uni
que in the way of a student's les'c with *
what appeared to be only a drawer to
the riglit\ ofopposite sides of a table, .1
but which, on opening, was found tcr r
be a writing desk as well, with grooves i
for pens or pencil's and receptacle for a
ink-stand It wis also jurnisBrJ wiift (
'shelves on either end or the table on- 1
| d era eat Br. i
| The Institutional' First Baptist
j church; in- which our sessions were
j hold, is a very eommodfously and cora- J
I venientry corsiTucted building: *It Ras I
[ a membershin of over eleven hundred, ?
I and w?' notice on the TTulletih board f
I that Sunday, the 22nd; when-, sonre
) Sunday schools. perhaps rightly, i
would Have thought it too rainy to \
I hold seryices, there was an attendance I
j of 76S1 persons:
j The local W. C: T; 15. tfte^ various j 2
J and' .mimercDas chur?ii) socafetfes,. the ' g
Daughters of the Confederacy, the-j r
civi?c league, the hospital association, j
the college; and alttmnae associations,,
and' the Daughters of tfre> American ^
revolution,, as welF as tbe^ miniisteriar!"
apji1 busilsess men? of tH}& towa, were! *
alt on the program to extend' us hear-ij
ty- greetings. Greetihgs froirn other,
conventions were receiiVecr by tele^grram:
Georgia, Kansas, Maine, Oklahoma;
Tdaho, Fforida, peieware.
The principal address given Tues- (
1 -day night was made by Rev. W. H. IFrazer,
D. D., pastor-of the- First Pres?j
byteri'an church,. Anatersoe. It iras
forceful and eloquent, giving a short l
history of tl*e W. C. T. U. from its .
beginning, rt was full of words of \
praise without any qualifications and' j
its climax \sras, "Many daughters have j
j done nobly but 4 thou excellest themj
# - "* - c I
alT." The principal addresses ior .
Wednesday and Thursday were made j
by our ovrn belored Mrs. Mary Harris '
Armour, dubbed bv Leslie's Weekly,.
The Georgia Cyclone."
i The music was of a very high or-1
5 der, rendered by home talent, mate
and female; ia solos, duets- and quartettes.
Considering the weather, the night
meetings were well attended, but ladies
were decidedly in tile majority.
The business sessions were very interesting
and largely attended. Our!
president's message was full and!
comprehensive. Her gavel was made,
from the limb of a tree from Frances!
Willard's home, "Rest Cottage." Miss !
Shankel, who has been trying to up-1
lift the mountain people near Green-j
j ville, said they not only have no Sun- j
day schools nor religious influence;
whatsoever, but little children are
taught to help father and mother make
whiskey. She wanted help for her
- - ttt-jii ? j Tn^nctriat cr*Vir?nl in
Frances wmaru muuonivw ?
this "dark corner."
Miss CI?o Attaway, who 1 as been!
working only a few months is State!
organizer, especially in. co-operation i
' with missionary societies, has organiz
ed two counties, Newberry and Salu!
da, eight unions and Young People's
? branch, and secured 353 pledge sign
ers. We have 65 unions in this State.
l All of the State officers were unani
mously reelected, the elective^, bv.bal
lot, the rest were appointed.
Two c: the State superintendents
i have moved out of the State, and four
- have resided. The department of
Tt;-narcotic? is the only one left va>
mnt. ft is <?o very important ir was
j derided to leave toot to th? ?f?nding'
! conirn.'tfpc. The fo^o'vingr State sup1
- - * _ ?n
j printercif^:T= mvp ^ , ,.. ,. .
varnrci^c: S S. W->vk. Mr?. Annie P.
, Lewis; Scientific- Temperance Instruc
tion. Mrs. .J. X. Rawlinson; Fairs and t
Open Air Meetings, Mrs. Hardee, of
Columbia; Christian Citizenship, Mrs.
Rivers: Press Correspondent, Mrs. W.
S. Myers, and in connection with her
Co-operation with Missionary Societies,
Miss Cleo Attaway has also Circulation
of Official Papers. State Secretary
of Young People's Branch, Miss
Farr; State Secretary of Loyal Temperance
Legion, Miss Leila Attaway.
One of the pleasant features of the
convention1 was the presentation to the
audience of Mrs. J. L. Mims' little baby
hnv and the tieinz of a white ribbon
around his wee arm by our honored
president, Mrs. Joseph Sphrott. He is
now one of the white ribbon recruits.
In our young people's contest for
medals, the silver was won by Miss
Floy Wessinger, of Chapin, the best
singer, and the gold, by Mr. Edward
Bowens, of Pickens, the best speaker.
The union that did the most in theflower
mission department was Con^aree.
Miss Jesse Curtis, superin
tendent of this department; gave them*
- beautiful picture of flowers designed
aTid painted by her own hand. The
second prize was a set of "books
>v"Tided fo Georectown. The five ollir
gold piece offered for the best
pssay on scientific temperance instrncvrt
w^s won by a -student of Johnston j
h*"s:h ' cbnol.
Collection taken Thursday night' k
j^oir'tf^d to SI 17.50.
Invitatio rs for the next State contention
were extended by Newberry
i RaliHa. The latter was accepted
i(v,wse th<* convention' had' never
Mr<=. r'^Jdey. of Anderson, and
m..;. -p> ? 7r"-T3r, of Greenville, were
?7ected dele^ptPs to the national co;irention
to be held 'at Portland, Oregon,
Mrs. A. J. Bowers,
Sec. Newberry W. C. T. U.
Drunkenness has decreased 74 per i
jent and mortality has decreased 20
Der cent, since the enforcement of the
aw forbidding saloons within twoo
miio nf the Illinois Sol- '
,1111 kJL a jl _
lier9' and Sailors' Home at Qnificy, ac- ]
jording to the report of the superintendent?Chicago
Chief Justice and Mrs. Eugene
31ackbur.iT Gary have issued invita:ions
to the marriage of their daugh- J
er, Marie, to Dr. Thomae Harrington
.^ope, which will take place at Trinity "
church on the evening of Tuesday, Oc- J
after 15. 19X2; art 5.30 o'cibck.
Miss Gary is a woman of most
:harming personality and1' has- many
rTends throughout the State who wiTT
je pleased to fcrrow of tfiter announce- "
BOTl f \ J
Dr. Pope is a ycrang practicing" pfiyifcian
of KinaTds, S. C/,. and has a "
>riglit future before hirti1.'. J
The greenwood Index af last week:
las the following to sax of the anlouncement:
"Sfifes Gary- has been a
esi'derrt of Greenwood for some time _
is stenographer for the law firm of ^
jrier, Park and Nicholson. Sh'efras a
lost of frieirdfc here who- are generally
nterested in- Che announcement ~'
Miss Gary fia? fregeirtly visited" in
Cewberry, and' she has: many friendsj
lere. Dr.- PtJpe is deservedly flue of
vewherrv's most popular youisg- pro- 1
For M&$ny !
X. F. W^Eght is hereby. ajeasoaiiGed J
is a candidate for/Mayor of. jfewberry^
object t? the city. Democsatic primary.
J. Langford i& hereby. sttmounced j
is a candidate for- re-electiaa as Mayrr
of Xftwberry, subject to, the city
_ . ]
Alderman Ward L
W. H: Shelley is hereby announced
;s a fcandidate tor reelection as Aldernan
in Ward I. subject to the rules
)f the Democratic primary.
Alderman Ward 8. ;
Clarence T. Summer is hereby, announced
as ai candidate-for reelection
as Alderman in Ward 3,. subject to the
rules of the Democratic primary.
Alderman. Ward 4.
E. L. Rodelsperger is hereby anuounced
as, a candidate for reelection
jus Alderman in Ward 4, subject to the
rules of the Democratic g>trimary.
Alderman Ward >.
X. P\ Livingston is hereby announced
as. a candidate for reelection as
alderman in Ward 5, subject to the
rules of the Democratic primary.
MEETING EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
A meeting of the County Democratic
Executive Committee of Newberry
fnnntv is hereby called to be held in
che Court House, at Newberry, S. C.,
on Saturday, October 5, at 12 o'clock
noon. Business of importance will
come before the committee, and a full
attendance is earnestly urged.
Fred. H. Dominick,
Frank R. Hunter, Chairman.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that we will
make a final settlement 011 the estate
of Thomas B. Leitzsey, deceased, on
the fourth day of November, 1912, at
10 o'clock in the forenoon, and will
at the same time apply for discharge
as administrators of said deceased.
Kate G. I^eitzsey,
B. B. Leitzsey,
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Columbia, Newberry and
Laurens Railroad company will be
held at the company's office, Bank o:
Columbia Building, at 12 o'ciock noon,
Tuesday, October 15, 1912.
C. P. Seabroo'c.
10-4-4t. Secretary, j
(Corrected by Nat Gist).
Cotton ..11 1
(By Rout. McC. Holmes.)
(By W. B. Wise).
Cotton 1 A3', frt 11
... . .. .? * * v ^ iJ#
Seed, per 100.... ... 90
Cotton _ li
Seed-. 27% A
Cotton. ... -..11 * M
C happeQs* J
Cotton 11%. M
Seed,.per 100 ..1.06
Gotten. ... .10 15-lfc fij
Seed per 100 ? L02%:
Cotton . ... 11
Seed 28 V2
SPECIAL NOTICES. I
One Cent a Word* No ad- I
vertisement taken for lest
than 25 cent* 1
WANTED?1,500 cedar, posts, eev?n. |
ieei long, win pay lac. for numberis
and 12- l-2c for number 2s delLv
ered. D. L. Boozer, Kinards, S. C.
WANTED?One good cheap mule. M.
B. Caldwell, Newberry, S. C., R. P..
D. 6. 10-4-2L 1
F.OB. SALE?Two good horses cheap
for c&sh. H. D. Harird, 1100 Main.
Street. 10-4-tf. fl
BUY a genuine diamond ring for $15, M
at Williamson's.. Es-tf
LAND FOR SALE?Tract of. land, con- 1
taining 231 acres, in No. 9 township,,
near Big Creek school house. Terms,
reasonable. Apply to J. C. Dominick,
LADIES' solid gold, rings,., new* at $2'
and up at Wniiaaweon'*. Fs-tf;
HIDES?Sell your hides direct to. a.
dealer and cut out the isiddle man,.
I will pay highest; prices eve^r known*
in Newberry. See me. T* M. Sanders.
REAIITY PDTS..25c and nn at Wil
LiND FOR; SAf^S?Traefr of. land cf>n?
taining 82l; acres.in.Npt ?. township,, .
within one, mile of Utopia school,
house. Terms reasonable. Apply to,
J: C. Dominidfc, Agent: 9.-27-8t-Fs..
WE WANT TOCFB LAUOTBY WOSK.
Anne QE'Bnff k Cfr
1 CAR pf special grain fertilizer has>
arrived.' For further- particulars
call on & J; Kohn,.^oaperity.
ITAXTED?BTflcksmitft, salary $1.50' i
to $2.00 arday. ApFiy Leo Hamilton,.
fVE" STIUE; KEEP Bread and Cake.
Auor u; Kim? to.
LAXD Fftfli SAL ??Two adjoiningtract?,
fifty acres each. Three miles;
from. 2$fewberry.. Will sell togetheror
separately. Apply P. A. Jones,.
Newberry. 9-20-6L ^ j
PHOXE: 84-2 AJBOFT YOra UAU3F- J
DRY" WORK. We will send for It. J
A. 0: Rttff & Co.
FOR SALE?Two horses,, two 1-horse- ' '
wagons, one buggy, two sets wagon 1
harness, two^sets buggy harness, on?. 1
baahers chasT: Air tfce above are in '
good condition. Wilt sell cheap. App?y
H. D. Havird. * '
FOR RENT*? For one year oj- longer :
from January 1, next the Old Town,
plantation contast&ing 96? acres,,
more or less, supposed to have in
cultivation about a thirteen horsefarm.
Dwelling; barn, numerous /
tenant houses and necessary outbuildings.
Valuable corn lands on
SalucJa river. Railroad station on
place. For particulars address. F.
WerE^r. Jr., Berwyn, Maryland. tf?
ACRES of land for sale, in one or
two tracts, 8 1-2 miles from Newberry,
1 1-2 miles from Jalapa and
Gary. C.? X. & L. R. R. through
nfacp. F?ve-room cottage, two three
room ar . ore one-room tenanc
houses. Dnrn wl:h crib, 6 horse aad ?
5 cow stalls, sb<jl*er 12x44 feet. Other
outbuildings. About 1 1-2 acres
in orchard. 10 bearing pecan trees
around house. Good water. Jtnd J
pastures. Eight months school near. * ]
Phone 2911. S. M. Duncan, R. F. D.
Xo. 3, N>wberrv, S. C. 9-17-lm |
CARLOAD rice flour just received.
Johnson-McCfackin Co. 9-6tf
MORE INTERESTING THAN 1 NOVEL?Woodrow
Wilson wrote* the
most interesting story of the American
people ever written. It is the j
story of our country's life from earliest
times to the point where history J
and the present meet. Write Har
per & Brothers, Franklin Square, J
New York, for full particulars.
8-23-25 and 11-12-d. K 0
FOR SALE?One 12 horsepower In- I
ternational gasoline engine and one
F. and E. co-planer, with 6x24 cylin- B
der. All in good shape at reasona- B
bl* price. Apply to C. D. Shealy, B
Pomaria. S. C. 5-3-tf. B
MONEY TO LE>"D?Money to lend on
real estate. Long time ind easy
p.nvn^r.ts. Hunt. Hnr.t & H-.nW. ^
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