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The Movements of Many People, "Sewberrians,
and Those Who Visit
Mr. M. M. Mills was in tne city Saturday
Mr. T. B. Kibler took a trip into Saluda
county last week.
Mr. C. D. Shealy was in the city Saturday
Mr. J. H. Eargie was in the city
Monday from Pomaria 3.
P. E. Scott, of Newberry, was in
Columbia yesterday.?The State, 29th.
Mr. J. J. Epting, of Pomaria, No. 2,
was in the city Friday.
Mr. W. A. Boland was in the city
Monday from Little Mountain.
vtincip Pavsinser has returned
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from a visit to Saluda county.
Mrs. I. H. Hunt, of Newberry, spent
yesterday in the city.?Spartanburg
Miss Corrie Lei Havird left on Sunday
for Barksdale to return to her duties
as teacher of the Barksdale school.
Mr. Henry Lane left Friday night,
returning to his home in Hendersoiiville.
Mrs. T. J. McCrary attended the
McCray-Taylor wedding at Clinton last
Strother Paysinger has returned
from visiting his brother, John, in
Mr. W. L. Ruff, of Winnsboro, was
visiting in the county and city last
Messrs. J. Ben Cook and W. W. Kinard,
of Prosperity, No. 3, were in the
Mrs. W. A. McDonald and baby, of
Silverstreet, are visiting her father,
Mr. W. S. Melton, and family.
Mr. G? C. Smith, of the firm of Collins
& Smith, is in Atlanta this week
Miss Marie Dominick left Saturday
for Suartanburg to spend a few days
"with her sister, Mrs. J. G. Lowe.
Miss Etliel Cromer has returned to
h?r home in Greenville, after visiting
her cousin, Miss Mary Wicker, in the
Miss Jennie wiaeman, or i roy, was
in the city last night en route to Newberry
to visit friends.?Greenwood
Miss Bessie Burton spent c few
liours in the city today on her way
from Easley to .her home in Newberry.
?Greenville Piedmont, 28th.
Mr. Jason Ringer, of Pomaria, spent
Thanksgiving at the home of his uncle,
Mr. G. B. Sligh, on Church street.
?Union Times, 29th.
Miss Bertha Jacobs, who teaches the
n?wilip school, snent Thanksgiving
day in Newberry with her parents.?
Laurensville Herald, 29th.
Mrs. L. B. Aull, of Dyson, and Mrs.
Sena Riser, of Newberry, are spending
some time with Prof, and Mrs. J. W.
Swittenberg.?Kingstree Record, 28th.
? Misses Tillie and Elizabeth Deaver
,<ind Myrtle Suber were guests of Miss
Mary Btuler Fant for the dance Friday
Mr. Jackson Bowers, of the postoffice,
has been transferred to the canal
zone by the department. He sails on
Tuesday from New York for Panama. ;
' Mr. W. R. Gantt and family have
moved to Silverstreet. Mr. Gantt is
a. good farmer and some of the Silver- j
streeters may get a few pointers from
Mioses Xanella Burnette and Eva
Parkman returned to their home at j
Epwortn last week, after spending a
few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McCarey.
Miss Maggie and Janie Thomasson,
after a visit home, have returned to
reanh rheir resDective schools, the for
mer at Summit and the latter at Leesville.
Mr. Jno. C. Adams received an
urgent wire last week from Bishopville,
calling him back to resume his duties
there as chief of police. Mr. Adams
was and is as yet, unable to leave
.Mrs. A. B. Craig and small son, A.
B Craig, Jr., have returned home from
.-a ^isit to Mrs. Craig's kinswoman, Miss
Annie Gary, of Newberry, S. C. Miss
Gary accompanied t.hem home for a
stay of several weeks.?Charlotte Observer,
YARIOFS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mr. J. J. Eargle knows his business
.as a machinist alright.
"Fire at Sea" (this) Monday night,
shown at the Theato. It will be a
sight worth seeing.
The first electric tr:r n ever run in
Newberry will be operated at Mayes'
Book Store, Thursday, December
Be sure and see it.
Mr. A?What did you pay for that?!
Mr. B?$4.98. Mr. A?My, me, I paid '
$5 for mine. P. S.?$4.98 doesn't sound !
as big as $5.
Sam Harris $75 and Clarence Bracy |
$50, the former for selling aud the lat- ,
ter for transporting liquor was the record
in Recorder Earhardt's court on
Friday. Both paid.
Three times foreman of a jury was
the unusual experience of Mr. E. M.
Evans last week. Another unusual
thing during the last week of court ;
was that three juries were locked up ;
at the same time.
The Junior League of Trinity church
will give an old time candy pulling
at the home of Mr. Tompson Pitts Sai- I
urday, December 7, at 7 p. m. The!
Dublic is cordially invited to come and j
bring a silver offering.
Policeman J. C. Lee rounded up a
bunch at gambling in the bottoms Sat- |
urday night, and Recorder Earhartd J
fined them $5 each, which all paid. The i
four were Murdock Anderson, George J
Robinson, Elias Dudley and Chris'
Mr. C. L. Watkins, cotton buyer for I
Summer Bros.' company, bought last j
week from a colored farmer tne neaviest
bale of the season. It weighed
705 pounds and brought the seller j
over $88, the price paid being 12 3-4 j
Everybody will want to see Black
j Beauty at the Theato Tuesday. Those j
I who have read of this remarkably in- j
telligent horse, know that Black Beau-:
ty discovered a fire in his stable and
broke loose and awakened the fam_
lily, after which he ran to the fire bell ,
and rang it until the firemen came.
i These and oiher incidents in life make
j a beautiful story worth seeing.
The following sales of property advertised
were made on salesday:
- Land advertised by Mrs. Ida N.
Boozer, bid in by Mr. H. C. Holloway,
i* for Ed. R. Hipp's estate, for $830.00.
\' John Stockman et al., vs. H. T. Renwick,
et al., withdrawn. Newberry Savings
bank vs. Geo. T. Reid, et al., bid j
in as follows. Scurry tract of 400
acres, by Dr. James Mcintosh, for $3,.450.00.
McGowan tract, 320 acres, bid in by
.Mrs. J. D. Reid, for $5,025.00.
Tract No. X, James N. Lipscomb
place, 265 1-2 acres, bid in by Mrs. J.
!. D. Reid for $3,100,
j Tract No. 3, 265 acres, bid in by Dr.
I James Mcintosh, for $1,850.
j* Tract No. 4, 273 1-4 acres, bid in by j
Dr. James Mcintosh for $2,000.
I* Hill tract, 278 acres, bid in by Dr.
James Mcintosh, for $3,050.
| Wallace B. Todd vs. National bank j
of Newberry sales as follows: No. 1,1
*21.57 acres, $1,000. ;oN . 2, 20 acres,,'
$3,525; No. 3, 24.39 acres, $1,200; No.
j 4, 13 acres, $625; No. 5, $12.0 acres,
$600; No. 6, 13 acres, $775; No. 7, 17
acres, $F-00; No. 8, 41.32 acres, $1,000;
No. 9, 17.5 acres, $1,175; No. 10, 28.44 j
acres, $1,050; No. 11, 14.21 acres, $710; j
~ i o 79 i
No. 12, 9.35 acres, ;\u. io,
acres, $575; No. 14, 23.66 acres, $1,130. j
j All these tracts were bought by the;
j National bank of Newberry.
Prosperity Stock Co. vs. Nora Hamil!
ton et al, bought in by Richard Crom-1
G. W. Eddy, admx., vs. Lila Eddy, et j
al., bought in by J. D. Wessinger fori
i Mr. R. J. Brown, of Florence, Ala-1
bama, is on a visit to Mr. J. W. Davis,'
Mr. Brown is at present superintendent
of the Ashcraft mill, of Florence,
I Some years ago Mr. Brown and his
brother, Mr. A. T. Brown, and Mr. J. j
! M. Davis, began work in the Newberry j
cotton mill in the humblest position in j
the mill. They all had the determina- j
tion to succeed and were gradually:
promoted until at present all three of
/them are superintendents of large cotton
mills and are making good in their!
Mr. J. M. Davis is superintendent of
the Newberry cotton mil! and Mr. A. T.
: Brown is superintendent of the War,
renville Manufacturing Co., of Warren- j
! ville, S. C.
Death of Mrs. Hawkins.
TT-*?-i-i?~ of- lior I
Mrs. Mary nawMus uicu <*..
j home in Milligan street, this city, on
. Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, of
j pneumonia at the age of 68 years. She
! was buried at St. Luke's on Monday,
leaving the house at 10.30 o'clock, service
by the Rev. Mr. Leslie. Mrs.
Hawkins was a widow and leaves six
Jack Rose's, for Example.
j Expert Burglar (boastfully)?r can J
pick a loclTg^where.
i His Pal?bald head, ver
ELKS MEMORIAL SERVICE.
Beautiful ami Impressive?Held Sun-!
day Afternoon?Fine Memorial
The Elks memorial service in the I
opera house on Sunday afternoon was !
beautiful and impressive. The protrrammp
sc alrpadv nrinted was carried i
Three members of the Newberry
lodge have died since the organization
of the lodge tour years ago?A. T.
Brown, 0. AlcR. Holmes and W. A.
Fant. It is part of the law of the order
that tne rirst Sunday in December, i
the la^t montn of the year, De set apart
for memorial services to departed
brothers, and throughout all Eikdom
every lodge held such a service 011
The lodge was fortunate in securing
John B. Adger Mullally, a member of
New York lodge, No. 1, the mother
lodge, to deliver the memorial address.
His theme was love, and to say that!
he pleased and charmed the audience J
would be but mildly to express it. He I
said that fraternity meant love, that i
charity was love, that benevolence was
love, and the greatest and last com- |
mandment given by the Saviour sped-!
ed love. His address was heiprul and
uplifting and will result .n good.
The tribute to the departed brethren
was beautifully given by John K Au'l,
a member of the local lodge.
The musical program was exception- j
ally good. It was arranged by Miss
Mazie Dominick, who had charge o? u.\
The solos by Miss Genevieve Evrxs,!
if.--', T>?^ i^^^ ni?.? v !
ivjuss .rciuiluc unuci cuiu iwjs. utThem
as were beautiful. The solo bvj
Miss Evans, "Jesus, Lover of My:
Soul," was particularly sweetly ren-1
dered. "The Vacant Chair/- by Dr. and }
Mrs. R. Z. Thomas, Miss Mabel Williamson
and Dr. John Setzl-r was also
very sweetly rendered. In fact, the;
entire musical program could scarcely;
have been improved upon.
Altogether the service was beautiful j
FINE CBOP XADE.
At State Park?Mr. W. R. Wylie and
Mr. C. W. Bishop Doing: Some
Mr. W. H. Wylie, superintendent of!
the farm at State Park, and Mr. C. W.:
Bishop, assistant, have demonstrated |'
during the present year that the sand ;
hills of Richland county, when properly
worked and intelligently fertilized,
are very productive. This is the first
year these gentlemen have had the
farm at State Park in charge, and they j
grew some as fine cotton as was ever!
grown in the State, while the corn '
crop was also good.
Mr. Wylie is endeavoring to develop
the growing of the Irish potato prin cipally,
and the second crop this year j
was as fine as could be grown any-!
where in the State.
The idea of the people in charge of
the far?n is to eventually produce all
the vegetables that will be needed for
the inmates of the State Hospital for
the Insane, and to have these not onlys
during the vegetable season, but to in-1
stall a small cannery and can sufficient i
vegetables to last during the winter
Mr. Wylie has already banked sev- j
eral hundred bushels of Irish potatoes;
and has reserved a sufficiency for,
seed. State Park contains about 2,200
acres of land, over 700 of which are j
now in cultivation and on these 700 ;
acres, when the land is brought to a .
proper State of cultivation, there
should be little difficulty in growing1,
everything that will be needed in the
way of vegetables and farm products;
for the maintenance of the State Hos- j
pital for the Insane.
Mr. Xeel's Car.
The automobile which Messrs. White!
Fant and Tom Berley drove from j
Philadelphia to Columbia for Dr. A. F. j
Coward, and which was recently trad-'
ed for by Mr. R. C. Neel, who now owns j
it, was in the Augusta races last week.'
The following will show what his car, j
which has won six races, did in Au- j
"The "Suicide Seeker," '9'?Jacobs,
of Columbia, S. C., driving a Bergdoll
40; a man and a car all but unknown'
until they came on the track?swept
everything. Not a race did he lose.
"He made fine time in each of the
races, and had a close second of the
10-mile and 20-mile faces in Raw Is,
driving a Chalmers *5Q.'
"The best time made in any 01 me |
races was in the 20-mile event, when i
the Bergoll made one mile in o3 1-5
seconds. Rawl's alone made the track
in the same ti.ne during the same
Tlie Philathia class of the First Baptist
church will have a fancy work'
sale, along with the Aid society, in t':e
.Johnson & McCrackin store. December
10. All members are requested to
have their articles sent to that stoi .
SESSIONS COURT ADJOURNS.
Mistrial Ordered in Havird Case?
Number of Other Cases Dispos
The general sessions court adjourned
cn Saturday afternoon.
In the case of the State vs. B. Mayer
Havird, charged with murder, Judge j
Memminger ordered a mistrial on |
Thursday night at 8 o'clock. The jury j
had then had the case under consideration
for twenty-seven and one-half
hours, and the foreman, Mr. E. M. bvans,
stated that it was impossible for
the jury to agree.
R. S. Peigler, Wallace Peigler, Bon
Norman and Jim Gregory, young whii.^ j
men charged with riot and with as- ;
sauiting Seaboard Conductor Dedwyler,
at Whitmire, recently, were r. )nvicted
of riot and aggravated assault
and battery, and sentenced to serv>
three years each.
Zach Herbert was tried in his absence
on the charge of obtaining goods j
under false pretense, and a sealed sentence
was left for him.
Henry Minor, a young white boy, wag
convicted of larceny of clothes and a
watch from the W. S. Cook Mercantile
Co., and was sentenced to serve three
years. He was represented by Mr. B.
W. E. Koon, white, was acquitted of
the charge of disposing of property j
under lien. He was charged with sell-!
ing to Mr. J. L. Graham a bale of j
cotton over which Mr. Jno. Rack Bed- j
enbaugh held a lien for rent. He was 1
represented by Mr. Fred. H. Dominick.
Silas Spence, colored, who pleaded
guilty to breaking into the store of
S. W. Williamson, at Helena, was sen- j
tenced to serve three years.
The Descendants of Jesse ('. Dickert
Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner at
Home of Jacob L. Dickert.
A reunion of the family of Jesse C.
Dickert, deceased, was held 011 Thanks- j
giving day at the home of Jacob L. j
Dickert. The first reunion of this j,
family was held at the same place four (
years ago, every individual member be- j
ing present. This time only a few over j
the half were present. Many, of course, j
were prevented by the snow which un-;
expectedly had fallen the previous'
night. While most reunions are glad i
ones, yet there was a tinge of sad- j
neso felt for one, and the lirst of six j
brothers had passed away since the;
A good old fashioned dinner was en-!
joyed by forty-six persons. Those
present were the family of John H.
Dickert, David Livingston; George A.
Dickert, Xewton C. Dickert, of Columbia,
Yancy T. Dickert, Wilbur Ringer, j
Isacc Stroud and Jacob L. Dickert.
Other individual me.nbers ol' the family j
present were Mannie Cromer and Ern- j'
:st Dickert, and visitors were j
Mrs. Harmon, of Columbia, J. L. Lang-,1
ford, of Kinards, and Miss Janie Sease, j
and Clarence Wicker, of Newberry.
Mrs. Nancy Dickert is now seventy-1
six years old and it is hoped that she j
will live to enjoy many more Thanks-,
News of Excelsior.
Excelsior, Dec. 2.?We had a nice I
snow for Thanksgiving, much to the!
surprise of all.
Miss Bonnie Epps is visiting Mrs. J.
Miss Annie Singley is visiting rela-;
tivcs in Prosperity.
Master Win Blanton, of Orangeburg, j
s spending two weeks with his grandfather,
Mr. A. A. Nates, here.
The young folks enjoyed a social at
Mr. Ira Dominick's home Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Werts, of Saluda
county, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. J. \V. Hartnian.
Mr. Ernest Alewine came up frovn |
Peaks and spent Sunday with his fath-1
er's family, Mr. .J. H. Alewine.
Mrs. Alice Dorninick went down to'
Columbia Friday to spend a week with
her daughters, Mrs. J. P. Cook and j
Miss Pet Dominick.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Shealy, of Lit- (
tie Mountain, spent Sunday with Mrs. j
J. C. (JOOK aim iciumj.
Miss Jennie Lee iKnard, of Littl - j
Mountain, spent Sunday with Misses
Alder Ray and Nannie Wheeler.
Mr. Arthur Lee Wheelor came up
from Columbia and spent Sunday at I
his ho.ne here.
Mr. R. D. Kinard and family will I
move to Newberry at an early day. Mr. j
Kinard will e.igage in the grocery j
business and will be pleased to have
his friends call to see him.
The Prosperity cotton market has
been 011 a hustle the past week. Messrs.
J. A. C. Kibler and J. A. Baker, along
with the regular buyers, have made the
fleecy staple bring the top notch price.
Death of An Old Lady.
Ti'la Tigert died at the county home
on Sunday and was buried Monday.
She was 9S years old.
Meeting to be Held in Newberry S?t
urday of This Week?Interesting
The teachers of. Newberry county
will meet in the auditorium cf the
Newberry high school Saturday morn
ing at 11 o'clock.
There are good things in s ore for
all who attend this moetiag. It will be
one of the best meetings of Ine year,
and no teacher who aspires to progress
in his or ner liD'i of v oi*k can
afford to miss this meeting.
The program will be i""eresting
from stait 10 finish. One p*m 01 it d i-;
serves special mention. Miss Ar.nio E. i
Bvnu.-n. a fifth grade teacher in Boun-i
dary Street school, will do derronstra-!
tion work in mental arithmetic. I;, will;
hr* wnrth tho timp nf nnv uido nwiL-o i
teacher to observe Miss Byn!jm& work!
in this difficult department oi' graded
There will be other features to the
program, suca us iue question uu\, |
Jliiv/i luai UisCUbSiOilS, etC.
The building in wiucn th-j meeting j
win De iieiu will ue warm and c muorlaoie,
aiiu me program win carried
out, me weuixier aouwunstanaing. Ali
tuC idcituiii o una u ualctis 01 IliC cOUiity
aic cci uictiiy mvitea to attend.
JKJUl LldLl, wOlfl.
Aiu>s Alice .uaud Dunn and John
i'lUc ruuuy were happuy mariiea at
i u ciocK ai tiie noine oi Dr. .J. IS. W'atKtiib
on i^ast Jviain street last evening.
'i ne ceremony was witnessed oy
uis. jriaiiiineii ana .vnss Wulie Hammett.
Alter tne aiarriage the young
i/e^pie Went iu die iioiiie. oi Mr. anu
i o. j. ii. Waiker on Liberty street
ui.d wili in me rutur.e make their
nome mere. a uuinoer cr young people
caiitu at txie noine ot Air. anu .Airs,
waiter ia^t evening to oner congratulations
anu an enjo>aoie reception
was held. They received many han.
boine presents. rue uriue is one of the
most attractive young women of the
city. She came to Spartanburg t'r*..
Clinton and took a three-year tia*.
course at the Spartanburg hospn.
anu received hei" diploma. She has
been a graduate nurse ior a year.
During her stay she has won mail,
xvir. Haruy is originally from
Blairs, a. C., He has been connected
with the Cnapman grocery store for
Air. a4id Mrs. Hary have the best
wishes of a host of friends.
STATE uF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
?. j_.iii.iti A. Eddy hath ;
iiiawe. ouii to nic, >-o gran*. Uci icttei o 01 j
aa.ii.iii~.tiauoxi 01 Liit! tsiuLt: Oi aiiu |
fciiocta O' .uaijr i_. L/Jdiiifc,
i 1 ixjcjKjbf UitjcJ 10 Cite
anu auiuoiiiou an anu singular Uie ?un- .
area anu creditors 01 tiie said Mary cCounts,
ueceaseu, unal tiic> un anu appear
Derore ine, in tne Court oi iJi o- j
oate, to be hei/1 at Newoerry, s. C., on
iyeceraDer lt>, -iext after puuncation
Lirci eoi, at ii o ciock ni the iorenoon,
to iiiuvv cause, ii any iiiey na\e, wn>
Uit: i,aiU amnmlStl atiOIl ^ilOLllu uoi ue
GIv'LN under my hand, tins 26tn
aay of November, aiiiio ixmnni lyi2.
ji.u. oOogaiio, u. C. 0. -P.,
AC till g J. f. A. C.
-U) 1 H E OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
'1 he undersigned, as administrators,
of ine estate 01 Mrs. Alice Kinard Aull,
will make final settlement of said
estate in the Probate Court for Newberry
county at 11 o'clock a. m., on
rriuay, January 3, 1913, and immediately
thereafter wil lapply for letters
dismissory as administrators of said
E. H. Aull,
J. K. Auil,
-? I ?' av i)PH?n\ i I PHOPRETY.
1Jr> ur l liiun/.i.n- * ?v ^ . ? !
On Wednesday morning, December j
IS, during the legal hours of sale, 1 j
will sell at the late residence of S. M. j
Johnson, deceased, the following property:
Six mules, wagon and gears, all
farming implements, four head of
cows, 11 head of hogs, 300 bushels coi :i
more or less. 3,000 bundles fodder,
more or less, 50 bales cat straw, four
large stacks of hay, 100 bushels
threashed oats more or less, one new
range stove costing $79.
C. C. Johnson,
BUY a genuine diamoui ring for $15
at Williamson's. Es-tl
THE >TA>' who got the wrong overcoat
at Central Methodist church
last Sunday night can get his ?>y
calling at Mayes' drug store. It.
Have your job printiufir done by The
Herald and >*e>vs and get the best
(Corrected by Nat Gist).
(By Robt. McC. Holmes.)
(By W. B. Wise).
Pnttnn tn 15'i
Seed, per 100 1.00
Cotton seed 32/
Seed 30 ^
Se^d, per 100 1.25
Seed, per 100 1.10
V/V-'lLWll . ... ...
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for lest
than 25 cents.
SCHOOL TEACHERS buying Christ
mas presents for their scholars will
find our prices cut for them. Robinson's
10c. Store. . (
FOR SALE?Essex pigs and shoats,
registered, cheap. Also some nice ^
grades, and one grade Bershire^/^4
same bred to Essex boar. J. H.
Eargle, Pomaria, S. C. 32-2-2t.ts
SCHOOL teachers buying Christmas
presents for their scholars will find
our prices cut for them. Robinson's
FRESH LOT of 10c. and 20c. candy
just received. Robinson's 10c. Store.
BEAUTY PINS, 25c and up at Williamson's.
IF YOU need visiting cards, busine*#
cards, wedding invitations, engrave^
or monogram stationery, flee Ana? #
0. Ruff & Co.'s samples and you wilf f
hp a tiro trt an nrrto* with Hap v,.
Anne O. Ruff & Co. 11-8-tf. .
A CAR of special grain fertilizer bac i
arrived. For further particulars
call on S. J. Kohn, Prosperity.
BRING your laundry to Anne 0. Ruff,
r'OR CIGARS, tobacco, cigarettes, etc., j
to sell again, see Anne 0. Ruffdfc j
Co.'s stock. We can give you the J
best brands. Phone 84-2. 11.8-tf
FOR SALE?55 acres land, well tiro-B
bered and plenty of water, in No. lol
township. 1^ not sold by private?
sale before the first Monday in De-fl
cembenl will offer for sale at ptfoj
lie outcry before the court houg*?M
Newberry, S. C., during the^egaSH
hours of sale. Terms: One-tljird .
cash, balance in- o*e an? two yeaj&,
with privilege of paying all in cash 1
if desired. Purchaser to pay for |
papers. M. C. Moore. 10-22-6t-ltaw
JR. J. K. GILDER. JR?, Dental ParKnfMiri
J''I "* , XII yusiuiuv^; uunuiug, vvi uvt
Caldwell and Friend streets.
TIIESPi.SS NOTICE?All persons
liereby notified not to trespass b;',
hunting or in any other manner upon
the lands of the undersigned in
townships Nos. 10 and 11. F. P.
Wicker. 1 ll-5-6t.
FOB SALE?On? 3-horse disc plow,
one feed cutter, one 2-horse wagon,
one disc harrow. Apply F. R. Hun- - j
ter, old court house. 10-23^t?.
tfORE INTERESTING THAN A
EL?Wood row Wilson wrote* ?
most interesting story of the ArdS
ican people ever written. It is tfl
story of our country's life from eaJB
lies: times to the point where historJ^M
and the present meet. Write Har.^f
per & Brothers, Franklin Square. V
Xew York, for full particulars.
8-23-25 and 11-12-d. 1
MONEY TO LEND?Money to lend on J
real estate. Long time ^nd easj
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter.
9-19-tf . f
150 BUSHELS of seed wheat for sa&. i
H. 0. Long, Silverstreet. 11-26-tt "J
0>'LY a few left of the extra large i
Chinese Sacred Lilies to be 60ld two I
for 15c. Robinson's 10c. Store. A
HIDES?Sell your bides direct to * J
dealer and cut out the middle man* ifl
I will pay highest prices ever known
in Newberry. See me. T. M. SaodH
CITIZENS wanting servants may M
supplied with same by communflj
ing with James S. Daniel, 825 ?
street, city. 11-28M