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The Movements of Many People, Xewberrians,
and Those Vt ho Visit
L. Z Humphries has moved from
Fort Mill to Whitmire.?Southern Textile
Joe Monts, of Prosperity, was in
town Monday.?Leesville N'ews-Advo
Mr. Duncan Johnson, of Newberry,
visited in Clinton a few days the past
week.?Clinton Gazette, 2nd.
Mrs. J. M. Counts returned on Friday
from Columbia, having recovered
from an operation at the hospital.
Mr. Rufus Hutchinson, of Columbia,
spent the week-end with Mr. T. W.
Hutchinson and family.
Mrs. L. C. Lonnar is with friends in
Newberry for a stay of several weeks.
?Charleston Post, 5th.
Mrs. Robert Leavell, of Newberry, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. M. W. Duvall.?Cheraw
cor. Sunday News.
?Iiss Josie Paysinger is teaching the
Reagin school, beginning Monday, the
Mr. and Mrs. W. Frank Jackson, of
Edge wood, Ca]., will arrive Tuesday
on a visit to Mrs. S. E. Dunbar.
Mr. Henry S. Chapman is at Batesburg,
having been called there by the
illness of his sister.
Miss Helen Hardy, of Maybinton,
was visiting friends in the city Saturday.
Mr. Caldwell Fant, of Memphis, j
Tenn., is visiting his mother in New-j
\fp??rs 1 ?n anH Winfnrrl !
? ? ? I
Busby, of Anderson, are visiting
friends in Newberry.
Davidson and Misses Kate and Banna
Neel, with Mr. Eugene S. Blease, in j
his car, took a trip to Laurens Monday, j
Mr. Sam W. Dominick, formerly with j
the Fant Motor company in Newberry,
has gone to Columbia to work for the
same company in that city.
R. B. McColl, of Xewberrv, is now
master mechanic at the Simpsonville
cotton mills.?Southern Textile Bulletin,
J. T. Attaway, of Ware Shoals, .low
has a position with the Oakland mills,
Newberry, S. C.?Southern Textile
Mr. John Pat Wise made a short
visit to the home of his parents a? j
Prosperity the first of the week.?.las- j
per Herald, 2nd.
Miss Myrjtle Suber, of the Columbia
college, has been elected assistant j
business manager of The Criterion, also
president of the senior class.
, * Mr. J. D. Mills, Jr., has been elected j
president of the junior law class, Uni-i
? versity of South Carolina, with Mr.!
C- P. Barre as vice president.
i Mrs. Rosa Knight is the guest of \
her mother in Newberry. * She will visit.
friends in Greenville and Columbia be- (.
fore returning home.?Charleston j
Messrs. James S. Brown and L. I.:
Long made a trip to Columbia and i
Lexington Thursday, going by way of j
Chapin and the steel bridge 011 motor!
Misses Frances Thompson, Helen
Nichols, Alder Ray Wheeler and Lo-i
rena Haigler, of Newberry county, are
students of the Lutheran college at;
Mr. L. M. Player has returned from'
Williamsburg county and take.; an interest
in the firnf of Sample, Goree & |
Co., where he is now to be found
waiting on his old and new customers, j
Col. D. A. Dickert has been apoint- j
ed by the governor one of the representatives
from South Carolina to the
convention of Commissioners of Agriculture
and Agricultural Workers, at
Misses Estelle Bowers, Hattie Herbert
and Gertrude Boland are among
the young ladies appointed from the j
literary societies of Winthrop to serve |
as marshals during 1912-1913.
\T?w> /"* Micc t) 1 11 IT Q I
J/119. V-ctilllUU VJ. Llicuo;, .11100 oiaiiv-iit ;
Rev. Mr. Glasgow, who is visiting his 1
sister, Mrs. Speers, was a classmate J
with Dr. James Mcintosh and Maj. .J.!
F. J. Caldwell at the South Carolina
college in ISoT. And these three are
the only surviving members of that
Mr. J. J. Roach, the efficient and ac-J
commodating, hence popular manager j
of the Southern Bell Telephone company
in Xew'oerry, is spending the
week in Columbia. By his agreeable
way of handling the business here
Monacor Rnpoh is nleasintr the DeoDle
of Newberry and surrounding territory
and making the telephone line successful.
Rev. E. C. Witt, for two years pas- J
tor of the Union Lutheran pastorate of j
Leesville. has resigned that work in
order to accept a call to the Maye
Memorial and Summer Memoria
churches at Xewberrv. Rev. Mr. Wit
has been eminently successful in hi:
work here, and his people are loath V
give him up. He will take charge o
his new field of labor November 1, nexl
His successor has not yet been deter
mined.?Leesville cor. The State, 5th.
VARIOUS AM) ALL ABOUT.
Mr. H. H. Abrams is announced fc
re-election as alderman for Ward 2.
Mr. T. J. Davenport i? also the own
pr of n Ford tourius: car.
There will be a meeting of the Baci
eior Maids Tuesday at 5 o'clock, wit
Miss Linda Welch.
Mr. R. C. Perry is announced fo
alderman in Ward 1, Dr. E. H. Kibler i
Ward 2, and Mr. J. B. Walton in Ward
Probate Judge-elect Claude Schum
pert on Monday issued a marriage li
cense to Mr. Robert Nelson and Mis
Annie Wilson, both of Whitmire.
Mr. J. H. Kidd has had a nice ne^
residence erected and will move i:
soon.?Ogden cor. Rocfc: Hill Recorc
Nothing like having nice shelter fo
the little kids.
On Monday in Recorder Earhardt'
court Mattie Moore paid $10 in set
tlement for fighting another woman o
her color. Scott Douglas paid $10 fo
fighting and cursing and Oliver Sim
for disorderly conduct paid $5.
Master H. H. Rikard had one sale o:
Monday?case of British and America!
Mortgage company against S. B. Aul
and others?192 1-2 acres in No.
township. Bought by Mrs. Talu Aul
The ladies of Aveleigh Presbyopiai
church will hold their annual efcrys
anthemum fair early in November, am
will be glad for all "growers" to ex
hibit flowers. Further notice \\ill b'
Confederate veter.mr, and their tie
scendants desiring crosses of hono:
must send in their blank?, properly .ill
<*cl out and signed, bv October 15, t<
Mrs. J. E. Norwood, Dravton R,Hh<"r
ford chapter, U I). C
Weil, winter is approaching; are yoi
preparing for those cold days??Cav
Caw cor. Calhoun Advance. Some- mer
in Newberry have; they have "took off'
their straw hats. Are there manj
crows in your section?
How about that talk of this beinj
the best cotton market in the country
Let the buyers show that The Herald
and News is correct. Bring in youi
cotton, growers. Newberry bankers
and merchants will treat you alright.
"The French Spy" at the Theatc
Tuesday will please many people. I
will be in three reels and will be showr
at the usual low rates of 5 and 1(
cents, instead of 75 cents and a dollai
as such for/nerly cost you to see at th<
opera house. See the spy at the Thea
Frost prophets predict an earl:
coming of winter.1 The seven star;
and night fall are getting close and th<
white flag of the ^dog fennel is un
furling.?McBee Courier. Before thi
seven stars and nightfall get too closi
together and the white flag of the do?
fennel is unfurled, you had better la:
in a supply of coal and wood, for th<
frost (may not be false) prophets pre
diet an early coming of winter.
Operating on a much larger scale is
the H. F. Addy Co. The blacksmitl
and wheelright yard has been greatl]
improved by the tearing away of th<
old platform to make room for wagons
and buggies ana iaim ma^umci.?
Plenty of room now to accommodate
the country public. A long feec
trough also has been put there for tin
benefit of those wanting work done ir
that line, from a horse shoe to an engine.
About five months ago one Lee Sum
mers came here from Clinton ant
opened a restaurant in Main street
near the lower end. He was accompanied
by his wife and a young lady
Friday Chief Lominack, with a searcl
lvorront f hrf>ll<rh tllA M]]f
was the man who put rest in res tail
rant, for he found ten quarts of whis
key in a new suit case and broke ui
the house work. Chief got the whis
key, but Summers failed to appear fo:
trial Saturday, having left. Chie
Lominack has given the woman anc
the girl until Wednesday to leave town
Card of Thanks.
I take this method of extending t<
mv fripnri? anri neighbors my sinceri
thanks for their exceeding kindness
courtesy and consideration to me dur
my long i!!ner \ not only on account
of their personal attention am
sympathy but for thp nany nice d:ii:i
ties which th v so thoughtfully sen
and brought to m?\
MVS. ?-?. F. Co-!".tv.
r[ BOYS' COK.N (LI B.
t County Demonstration Agent to Com- A
s inunicate With Boys?Rules oj
o Contest?Tomato Club,
t. It has been decided to have the
- "boys' corn show for Newberv county y
at Newberry on Saturday, November 9. g
County Demonstration Agent S. M. 1
Duncan will communicate with the li
I boys in a few days, explaining mors A
t fully the details for making this ex- I
hibit. A copy of the rules and regula- t
tions governing the gathering and s
measuring of the corn, and the report
which is to accompany the yield, has c
[- .already been mailed to each one of c
b. the boys by Mr. Duncan. In order
that there may be no mistake or mis- r
understanding, following are the rules i t
r which have been adopted by the New-' c
n berry boys' corn club, and they must i (
^ be followed strictly:
(1) Boys joining clubs and entering
contests must be between 10 and 18
s years of age on January 1, of any giv- c
en year. a
(2) No boy shall contest for a prize '
v unless he becomes a member of a club, r
11 (3) The members of the clubs must t:
I- agree to study the instructions of the
r Farmers" Cooperative Demonstration i
Work. | JE
(4) Each boy must plan his own crop | t
anr? rin hie no wo^k. A small bOV I n
' may hire help for heavy plowing in i g
preparing the soil. C
^ (5) Exhibits must be delivered to t
the county superintendent of educa ! c
! tion on or before November 1.
a | (6) The land and corn must be care._
i fully measured in the presence of at
j j least two disinterested witnesses, whti j
- shall attest the certificate of the boy.
7!' (7) Gather the corn and weigh it.
Weigh two 100-pound lots from differ- \
ent narts of the total. Shuck and shell! '
n each lot and then weigh the shellea
- corn in each instance in order to;
3 find the average percentage of shelled j".
- corn. Multiply the totai weight by this ;
e! per cent and divide bv 56 to get the!'
I " y
i number of bushels.
| (8) In awarding prizes the following
j basis shall be used:
a. Greatest yield per acre 30
b. Best exhibit of ten ears 20 ,
c. Best written account showing
history of crop 20 *
i d. Best showing of .profit on fuyesfr
ment based on the commercial
j price of corn 30
It i6 expected to have Miss Parrott,
r who is in charge of the tomato clubs
of this State, present at the meeting on
sovemoer y, 10 discuss tut; etuvisauii-;
' ity of having a tomato club in New-1
berry county. The demonstrators of
' the county ai*d all other citizens are
invited to attend the boys'" corn show,
51 and the .demonstrator* will also make
i exhibit at this sho-.v. Th> place will j
! be announced later.
f HORSE'S EXPERIENCE.
i . l
Fell Forty Feet Into Unused Well aiitf
r Was Taken Out Without aa
Mr. J. J. Hipp, of Pomaria, who was |
in Newberry on Monday, tells of a re-i
I markable experience of a horse be-1
3 i longing to his son, Mr. J. H. Hipp, inj
? I Orangeburg county, last week, while
Mr. Hipp was in Orangeburg on a vis"!
it to his son.
5i' The horse, which is a large animal,
weighing about 3,100 pounds, fell into
7 an unused well. The well is about 40
3; feet deep, with clay walls. The horse
remained in the well all tight, and was'
j taken out next morning, not hurt in
, the least. In lifting the horse out of
* ? - - ? -* --T ^
, the well, diock ana lac-Kie ana mice i
j mules were used.
* Mr. J. H. Hipp, was of course, de-j
, lighted to recover the animal uninjur-1
; ed, and, while the hor;e was unable to
, F tell of its delight, it is only a fair pre[
; sumption that it was not loath to leave
31 its subterranean dwelling place.
l i The horse's plight was discovered
. -when one of the mules on the place
walked to the well and looked longingly
into its depths, thus, no dcubt, j
- i PYnrp^in? its surorise in the horse's
1: precipitate departure and the mule's
. i sympathy with the horse.
.! The Foster Comedy roinpnny.
i The Arcade theatre will open its
I doors to the public with a special
-! vaudeville atil action tonight (Monday)
- at 7 o'clock. The theatre is under
31 new management and i.i the future it
- will be devoted to clean, moral, refinr;
ed vaudeville and moving pictures.
f The Foster Comedy Company pre1
| sents those two favorites, Mack and
, \TopH?"Thp Trvins- Coon and the I
Classy Singer." Blandy Marshall, that i
'loosely constructed fellow with those
musical feet. This company visited
Xewberry about a year ago, and pleas0
j ed all theatre-goers with their good
sjand refined vaudeville. Admission:
| Matinee .j and 10 cents: night, 10 and
* | 15 cents.
1 Wintlirop Daughters.
The Winthrop Daughters wfl meet
t with Miss Elizabeth Dominick 021 S.-.r-.
urday afternoon. October VI, at }
BIT BY MAJ)
larcus (ilasjrow Taken to Columbia
for Pasteur Treatnieiit?Skin
Marcus Glsagow, of Jalapa, the 19- i
ear-old son of Mr. George C. Glas-i
;ow, was bitten Tuesday by a dog be-1
onging on the piace. The dog was
;illed at once and its head was sent to
Atlanta for examination. A telegram
Friday from the Atlanta expert says
hat the brain of the dog shows it was
uffering with labies.
Mr. Glasgow was in uoiumDia rrilay
with a younger son, who was
perated 011 for adenoids.
Mr. Glasgow does not fear any s^- j
ious results as the skin was scarecly j
>roken. but out of an abundance of
:aution the young man was taken to j
'oiumbia for pasteur treatment.
After this week the library will |
pen at 3.30 on Monday. Wednesday .
A file of the 1912 Indies' Home Jour- j
>a 1 to date is an appreciated contribuion
from Mr. Hugh Ren wick.
The following books have ju?t co ne!
n: "Stories of Children in Dickens's
trwiks " fnr voiine- n^nnle* "Thpiir Yp<;-'
erdays," Harold Bell Wright; "A Ro- i
nance of Billy Goat Hill," Alie^ He;an
Rice, author of Mrs. W1oi the
!abbage Patch; "Mrs. Eli and Policy
inn," Florence Olmstead; "The Red
'ross Girl," Richard Harding Davis.
Mr. W. D. Sheridan, of Charleston, j
nd Miss Xellif, second daughter of I
Ir. and Mrs. J. F. Evans, of the Cam- r
ron section, were happily married in
he presence of a few relatives and
riends on Thursday afternoon at the
esidence of Rev. D. D. Dantzler, who
fficiated. We congratulate Mr. Sherlan
on winning such a charming
oung lady for a life companion. The
oung couple left on a short trip to
iiigusta, Atlanta and other cities over
he Southern short.iv after the mar
iage was solemnized.?Orangeburg
'imes and Democrat, 4th.
The bride is the sister of Mrs. W. H.
ieigler, of Newberry.
A Card By EL H. Aull to t
To the People of Newberry Count;
Statements from gentlemen ha^
they had heard that I was to move
to the effect that they had heard
race ior county superintendent or
reports gained currency I do not
here. The fact is that neither is 1
I have made and am making thi
of education cn my record since J
cause I believe 1 can continue to
the schools of Newberry county,
important, if not the most import
county superintendent of eciucatioi
system (ft the county. It is peculi
< tion for its responsibilities and c
choice of the man to fill it.
I have been told by gentlemen a]
ers saying that they did not suppo
of the position my newspaper took
I feel now, that I would have be
attempted so to conduct my newsp
sonal interests in my campaign, ?
would certainly have been untrue
have ever sought to follow the die
to walk in the path of duty, and
course by ho?e of political office is
It is not my intention, and cert;
.inquire into motives actuating thi
believing, as I do, that the right c
sacred possessions of the Americai
sincerely the votes which I recen
am reelected my sole object and ai
betterment of the schools 01 tne
I want to stress the point thai
my merits for this position, and
consider what has been accompiisi
the office, a great deal of which i
will receive their support on Ocl
ments which have been undertake!
under way, others are getting und'
planned for. r confess that I feel ;
matters carried forward to a concl
f-ViQ minimi^ !)iiH cn-AllPrfltin?l f
Lilt/ c uuu u?v v.v ~ ~great
deal can be accomplished f~i
tem of this county r.ade one of tli
I regret that 1 have not been abl
in txie county and to see and tall
am known to th'> ppople of the cot;
interest 1 have taken in the school
what I have tried to do since 1 ha^
intendefit of education, and what I
as a teacher, and had a great deal
since that time, both in the colun
halls of legislation I have taken ?
particularly common school educat
that in the legislature, as a repre
1 was the author of the free rura
amendments, is now the law of th
i-irm as the most imDortant questic
terest in it and my work for it hav<
The matter ls in the hands of t:
shall appreciate their support, and
expert to be, i shall strive to give
A a: a in thankir -z tV. ye.v !e tor t!
HELENA SCHOOL OPENS.
Mis* Minnie Wallace Teacher?Early
Improvements to School Buildins
The Helena school opened on Monday,
October 7. Miss Minnie Wallace j
Is teacher and there was an enrolment
or eleven. ine county superintend-1
ent of education was present and spoke
a few words of encouragement to the
teacher and children. It is expected,,
duri.ig the early part of the session, to
make some improvements in the
school building, particularly the interior..
Who Knows* Rfehartf E- Arfamsl
Mv Dear Sir: r am trvine to find out
* ~ ^
what became of one Richard E, Adams,
who graduated at the Ohio university,
Athens, Ohio, in 1828. I know nothing
aore aoout him except that he was
from South Carolina. If anybody can
give any information concerning Finn
or his family, r will apreciate it ver>
highly. C. L. Martzoff,
Alumni Secretary,.Ohio- rniversityr
?? AA?1 L^mhtyi 4\? Q
I) II ,1 <1 U"i'U ltiiiii a 1 inufci iiiKi
in South Georgia*
Write today for no booklet of "one
hundred Farms and Timber Tracts for
sale" in the banner counties of Thomas,
Brooks, Grady, Decatur and Mitchell.
Large tracts, small tracts, improved
or unimproved, fine level sandy
loam and red pebbly land with red
clay subsoil, labor abundant, best
roads in Georgia, best cotton lands in
the South, good neighborhoods, schools
and churches, pure free stone and artesian
water, plenty hog and hominy,
saw mill timber, turpentine locations,
cut over lands, colonization lands, fine
stock raising section, city property
paying 10 per cent, and over.
Write me what you want and I will
answer by early mail describing the
property which you want.
Yours to serve,
W. E. Craigmiles,..
Thomasville, Georgia. *
We will sell to the highest bidder
for cash at the late residence of Geo.
A. Metts, deceased,, on tJie- 24tfr day of
he Voters of Newberry
re come to me to the effect that
* to Spartanburg, and from others
that I had withdrawn from the
education. How either of these
know, and that is not material.
e race for county superintendent
I have been in the office, and be- j
be of help in the up-building 01
The position is one of the most
ant, cf the county offices, for the
i is at the head of the educational
arlv a nosition in which qualifica
luties alone should weigh in the
:id have received letters from othrt
me in the first primary because
in State politics. I felt then, and
ien unworthy the position had I
taper as to seek to serve my permd
had I done so my newspaper
to the public which it serves. I
:tates of my conscience, and tried
one who is swerved from such a
i not worthy the confidence of the
ainly it is far from my desire, to
e people in casting their ballots,
?f a free ballot is one of the most
i people. I appreciate deeply and
red in the first primary, and if I
m shall be the upbuilding and the
: I have sought re-election upon
I am confident if the people will
bed in the short time I have held
s known to most or m-:m, mat 1
LOber 15. Some of the iinprove1
in the various districts- are newer
way, and still others are being
i personal interest i.i seeing these
usion, and 4 believe if I am given
>f the people of the county that a
r the schools, and the school sysie
best in the State.
le to shake hands with everybody
Ic to everybody personally, but I
inty and most of them know the
s for'a long number of years, and
n. held the office of cou.ity superam
accomplishing. I began life
of experience in the school room;
ins of my newspaper and in the
i deep interest in education, and
ion. As one instance, I may state
sentative tVom Newberry county,
1 school library act, which, with
e State. I have regarded educa)n
before our people, and mv ine
le piople of Newberry county. |
if I am re-elected, as I hope and
them the very best school system
r-t.nnAft 1 r* tli** met f r* ^
n"?; wit >u t ?...,
ELBHRT H. AY U i
Cctober, 1!*12, all the personal property
of which the said deceased died,
seized and possessed, consisting of
household and kitchen furniture, farm;
in^ implement^, wagons, buggies, corn,
ffdVlor hsv :in/i nisi fnur mulw /-?no
mare, hogs, etc. Sale will begin
promptly at 10 o'clock a. m. '
J. B. Lathan.
J. Wilbur Metts,
Agents at. Law for Heirs.
Little Mountain, S. C., Oct. 4, 1912.
(Corrected by Nat Gi6t). J
(Bv Robt. McC. Holmes.)
I Cotton 11 J V
(Summer Bros. Co.)
(By W. B. Wise).
Cotton 10'i to 11
Seed, per 100 90
; Se^d 28%
Cotton 10% to 11
j Cotton 11
I Seed, per 100 1.00
| Cotton 11 1-16
! Seed, per 100 1.07%
; Cotton.. 10%
j Seed..: 28
j Seed..., ...28%
One Cent a Word. No ad- ^
vertisement taken for less ,
than 25 cents.
WANTED ?At once, white seamstress.
| Apply Miss I. V. Smith, i)04 Main.
SALESMAN?Man who controls a large
tonnage of high grade fertilizers in
the State of South Carolina. State
the tons you can dispose of and full f *
particulars concerning yourself.
Good opening for right party. Communications
Address Sales Manager, P. 0. Box
1266, Atlanta, Ga. 10-8-2t.
HOST disease comes from germs. Kili
the germs and you kill disea6e. Conkey's
Nox-i-cide mixes with water p
and kills the germs. For poultry- ,
men, stockmen and housekeepers.
For sale and guaranteed by Gilder
& Weeks. 10-8-4L
NEW LINE of gold cuff buttons, $2 and
up, at Williamson's. 9-24-tf.
i WAM'ED?1,500 cedar posts, seven
let t long. Will pay 15c for number $
Is and 12 l-2c for*number 2s deliv- *
eieu. u. Li. jeoozer, Kinaras, S. (J.
j NEW STOCK lavallieres, crosses,
[ lockets and neckchains at Williaai[
WANTED?One good cheap mule. M.
B. Caldwell, iNewberry, S. C., R. F.
i). 6. 10-4-2t
GENTS coat chains, SI.50 and up, a: * ^
Williamson's. 9-24-tf.ms J
FOB SALE ?Two good horses cheap 4
for cash. H. D. Havird, 1100 Main > fl
Street. 10-4-tf. 1
j A CAR of special grain fertilizer has
arrived. For further particulars
call on S. J. Kohn, Prosperity.,
; LAND FOR SALE?Two adjoining
i tracts, fifty acres each. Three miles
| from Newberry. Will sell together
or separately. Apply P. A. Jones,
FOR RENT?For one year or longer ^
from January 1, r.ext the Old Town
plantation containing 960 acres,
more or less, supposed to have in
cultivation about a thirteen horse
farm. Dwelling, barn, numerous
tenant houses and necessary outbuildings.
Valuable corn !ands 011
Saluda river. Railroad station on
riace. tor particulars aaaress. t.
Werber, .Jr., I3erwyn, Maryland, tf.
ACRL.S of land for sale, in one or
two tracts, 8 1-2 miles from Xewber- *
ry, 1 1-2 miles from Jalapa and
Gary. C., X. & L. R. R. through^
place. Five-room cottage, two threeroom
and one one-room tenanc 1
houses. Barn with crib, 6 horse and *
5 cow stalls, shelter 12x44 feet. Other
outbuildings. About 1 1-2 acres
in orchard. 10 bearing pecan trees
around house. Good water and
pastures. Eight months school near. ^
Phone 2911. S. M. Duncan, R. F. D.
\o. 3, Newberry, S. C. y-17-lin
MORE INTERESTING THAN A >OY- 1
EL?Woodrow Wilson wrott* the j
most interesting story of the Araer- J
ican People ever written. It is the
story of our country's life from ear- , -M
liest times to the point where history ? JB
and the present meet. Write Har- /j
per & Brothers, Franklin Square,
New York, for full particulars.
8-23-25 and 11-12-d. iFOR
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. Siealy,
Pomaria. S. C. 5-3-tf. ^
v r V TO I.KNT) -M.tr.pir ro ier.d on f AH
r-a! ! o\\?. *f?ue mi *:<?* ; |s
.. Tt*i1't. H"ni & H'r.ter.