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Hie Movements of .Many People, >'ewherrians.
ami Th?>e Who Visit
Miss Tilla West, teacher at Central,,
's spending tht holidays here.
Mrs. Welch "Wilbur is spending the,
holidays with relatives in Columbia I
Miss Mary Xance Fair is home from j
Athens for the Christmas holidays.
Miss Lera Koon is at home fromj
Atlanta for the Christmas holidays.
F. B. Longshore, 01 Newberry, is a !
visitor to Columbia.?Columbia Record, j
.Miss Sara Houscal is visiting Miss
Frances Seabrook, in Baltimore.
Miss Marietta Langford is home
* from Chicora.
Rev. E. C. Witt left Monday to ?pend
ilie holidays in Florida.
Mrs. Cannon G. Blease and Miss Ban j
Xoel spent Monday in Columbia.
* i ?? T ivinorcirvn !
Mi-ssis Fronde ana jiaut-i iiiu.lt,ovwli
are home from Chicora.
Mrs. 1. H. Mills is visiting in Newberry.?Mayesville
cor. The State.
Mrs. 0. McR. Holmes has returned,
from Atlanta, after an absence of sev_ j
eral months. I
Mrs. G. C. Hodges. .Jr., is visiting re!-:
atives and friends in Xewhery this <
-week.?Greenwood Index. ;
Miss Sara Robinson has been ap- J
pointed clerk in the engrossing de-J
pariiru in u? .
Miss Sara Caldwell, teacher at So- j
ciety Hill, arrived Saturday night for !
Christ ma ?.
George S. Mower, McHardy Mower,!
and E. E. Stuck, of Newberry, were!
in the city today.*?Columbia Record. :
Mr. E. B. Purcell, "Ned," of St. J
Mary's college, Belmont, N. C., is home :
for the holidays
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Wilson and j
daughter, little Miss Edith, will spend J
Christmas in aGinesville, Ga.
^ Vin#?tv Six. J
Mr. (J. 5. Drawwj, ui ,
spent Sunday with his brother. Mr. F. j
W. Brawley and family. j
Mr. Clarence Davis is home from the i
Porter Military Academy for Christ- [
Miss Annie Green, teacher at Buffalo,!
and Mr. William Green, of Spartan- j
burg, ^re at home for The holidays. i
Mr. Clyde Rowell, of Bamberg, stop- j
ped over In New berry on his way home
from Clemson college.
Miss Mary Frances Pool ii home j
from Converse college for the hoji-'
R. McC. Holmes, of Newberry, was j
in Columbia yesterday.?The State, ;
^ Frof. W. C. Herbert, of Timmonsville, I
is spending vacation at his home in
I M?,, A will snflld
31X". auu *Ul ft. lj, uv/j u *? ?* ?
The Christmas holidays with Rev. and :
Mis. D. P. Boyd, at Kinard-'?Union j
Miss Sadie Goggans returned Sunday |
fro mthe hospital in Chester, much improved.
Her father, Mr. .Jno. C. Gog-:\
gans, met her at Clinton. j,
Mr. D. R. Lavender, of XewberryJ
6pent the week-end i.i the city with j ;
his family on Rutledge avenue.?Gaffney
Dr. 0. B. Mayer and family left on
'.Monday for Laurens, where Mrs May-1<
er a^id the children will spend the
holidays with relatives.
"* Mrs. Jno. K. Aull and daughter, lit- j
tlo Miss .Julia Kate Aull, of Columbia, ]
are visiting her father-in-law, Col. E. j
H. Aull, and family. ' j,
Mr. Harry McDonald, of Cornelius, j
ho., arrivpr] to ioin Mrs. McDonald!
VJCI., uao ua * - ^-v- v
in enjoying the holidays with her par-!*
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Leavell.
Capt. E. F. Greneker and family, of J
Augusta, are expected to arrive next j
Aveck to spend a portion of the holidays j.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Albert Boyd, of I'll- j
ion, will spend a few days of Christ- ;
mas week with his parents, Rev. and i
- Mrs. 1). P. Boyd.
Owen and Nicholas Holmes are at!
home for the holidays, the former from j
the Episcopal High school at Alexan-:
dria, Va., and the latter from the mil-!
itary school at Sewanee, Tenn.
" li: r 1<? vrui > '
Mrs. Wl\v.,r uifii?iu' i mivt ~?,,
Paul and George, left Monday for j
Monroe, X. C., to spend the holidays.,
Mr. Fulenwider will leave aft- r matin ;
service Christmas day.
('apt. E. F. Greneker and family, of!
Augusta, arc expected this week to
spend the holidays with his mother,
Mrs. Corrie Greneker, at the home of
Mr. C. C. Davis.
Messrs. Robert Davis. Robert Pool,}
Robert port: r. Earie Fiipp, .Ionian!
- ? V-\ j
Pool, of the city, Coleman, of Chappells,
and Wheeler, of Prosperity, are
home from the Citadel academy for
Mrs. Theodore .Johnstone left on
Monday for Columbia to meet her
daughter, Miss Julia Johnstone, who
is visiting there en route home from
W'alterboro where she teaches. After
spending Christmas week with relativea
in Columbia Miss Julia will accompany
her mother home to spend
the remainder of her holiday her.
Messrs. R. F. Wright, R. D. Wright,
B. M. Jones; H. S. Boozer, W. W. Herbert,
A. L. Shealy, x>. H. Senn, D. R.
Wallace, I. M. Smith, Jr., J. M. Watkin W.
C. K .ith, C. E. Folk, G. C. Berlev
and J. A. Berley, of Clemson college,
are spending vacation holidays at
their various homes' in the city an(i
Misses Georgie Neal, Ernestine and
Rebecca Wicker, Lillian and Annie
Ki'bl r. El-telle Bowers, Catherine Garlington,
Sara Simmons, Mary Wallace,
Kitty Mayes, Annie Harms, Julia Mae
uommicK, Eunice i^ong, nose nei uen
and perhaps others of the Winthrop
students are spending the holidays at
their homes in the city and county.
VARIOUS AM) ALL ABOI L.
Early marriage at the Lutheran !
church?S.30 o'clock Tuesday morn- !
ing. See announcement.
Mr. R. H. Dickert has gone to Columbia
to work for Mr. S. K. Bouk
There will be early matin service at j
the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer I
on Christmas morning at 7 o'clock.
The colored population is keeping
Probate Judge Claude Schumpert busy
these days issuing marriage licenses.
The new city administration was'
sworn in on Saturday morning. The
subordinate officers will be elected on i
Thursday flight, the 26th instant.
Rev. Y. von A. Riser will preach
x n.. -?i? ~ C!+ Onil1irv< o t |
Ilt?XI OU'iiUct^ Iiiui mug at JL
11 o'clock and at Bachman Chapel at
The Helena school, Miss Lucile
Wallace, teacher, had a Christmas
tree on Friday night at the school
house with appropriate exercises by
Mr. Mark Ixmgshore, of Goldville,
and Miss Birdie Hemrick, of West End,
were married by the Rev. D. P. Boyd
011 Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, at
the resideee of Mr. J. S. Bickley.
At the postoffice on Christmas day j
Sunday hours will be observed and i
the public will be accommodated only;
from 10 to 12 o'clock. Bear this in I
mind a.id don't leave too much mail-:
ing for Christmas day?Wednesday, j
Mr. LeRoy Motes was discharged j
from the Columbia hospital Friday,!
where he underwent a dangerous
operation for abscess for the kidneys.
Prof. W. L. Motes, of St. Matthews, ar-!
rived Saturday, finding Mrs. # Motes
The New Mission church near .John- '
stone Acadnny will be dedicated on|
next Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock, j
rv~.. "u* \\t McMnrric r>f Hn ZPlheTSt.
I\CV. u . H . -UV/?Uv/i A *w, , J
Georgia, who for twenty-one years
served the Cannon Creek congregation,:
yrill conduct the services. Everybody j
is invited to attend this service.
The following were on Sunday elect-,
3d deacons to serve the Lutheran!
Church ol' the Redeemer for the ensuing
J. C. Goggaii, S. J. Derrick, Dr J. M.
Kibler, E. C. Sonnen'berg, Dr. W. G.
Houseal, Geo. W. Summar, H. C. Holloway,
J. B. Hunter, C. T. Summer, Dr. j
J. B. Setzler.
The elders are: J. B. Reagin, Arthur ;
Kibler, Dr. 0. B. Mayer, Dr. Geo. B. j
W. 0. w. Officers.
At a meeting of Newberry camp, Xo. j
.141', W. o. \\\, held Wednesday night;
the following officers were elected for i
the ensuing year: ;
Past C. C.?J. W. Karharut.
C. c.?I. 0. Burton.
Adv. Lieut.?A. L Rikard
Bunker?R. D. Wicker.
Escort?0. F. Harts?1.1.
Sentry?T. S. Adams.
Watchman?.J. K. Holtzenback.
Physician?W. A. Dunn.
Ai'inngcrs?V>\ A. Koon, F. .1. Red-;
dick, J. R. Williams.
Death of 3Irs. Elizabeth kinard.
Mr.s. Elizabeth Kinard, widow of the!
late S. Kinard, died on Saturday J
afternoon, at the age of H9 years, and
was buried at Bethlehem on Sunday!
afternoon at 2 o'clock, service by the
Rev. y. von wV. Riser. Mrs. Kinard is |
survived by three step-children, Mr. .7.
C. Kinard, Mrs. I). r>. Rikard and Mrs.
S. R. Metts. of tho county, and lias
one living r, MrsVl^bomas Hontz.
of Pomaria. \ j
ZIOM SCHOOL ( lililSTMAS TREK.
interesting and Instructive Program
Carried Out <>n Last Saturday
| Christmas exercises were held an
Saturday at 3.3U o'clock at Zion school
! house. The exercises very forcibly
I impressed the story of the Christ Child,
ana nence, were a creait to ootr. teacner
and pupils. Besides the exercises,
there was1 a Christmas tree laden with
gifts which were delivered by Santa
Ciaus himself. The majority .of the
parents and visiting friends were p*-psent,
thus manifesting interest in the
school. The school is beins; taught
'.-this year by Miss Iva Eaddy.
The following is the program of thv
j Song, "Christmas Welcome."
Dialogue, "Greeting"?Gladys Rich- j
ardson and Troy Cromer.
Recitation, "The Coming of Santa"- j
Mary Alice Richardson.
Recitation, "An Ambush for Santa"
Recitation, "At Seven in the Morning"?Jam
Song, "Jolly Old St. Nicholas."
Dialogue, "Giving or Getting."
j Recitation, "Marriage of S.-iuta j
I uiaus'?uarne roiK.
I Recitation, "A Stitch in Time"?David
Recitation, "The Travelers"?Oil
Song, "Christmas Bells."
Recitation, "Signs of Christmas"?
Dialogue, "Just Like Papa."
Recitation, "Santa Clans and t'i3 i
Pantomime, "Peace on Ear'ii/'
Song, "Santa Claus."
< > AT THE THEATRE.
An exceedingly attractive program j
has been arranged for the Theato for:
Christmas week, and those desiring to
see good picture:' should attend.
"Mary in Stegoland," being the third
slcry of "What Happened to Mary,"
produced in co-operation with "The
Ladies World," will be shown on Monday,
On Wednesday, December 23, "The
World's Championship Baseball Se-j
ries," between New York and Boston, i
Mrne. Sarah Bernhardt, "Queen Eli-'
zabeth," one of the strongest stories J
history has ever produced, in four j
r P Vi -1 ~ ~ o fino nif>tnr(5 I
P'Cll CO. 1 HJLfo l'o c*. *ti ; n;iv^ I^ivvui i
and at other places where it has been J
shown the price has geen raised to 25 1
cent?, but Mr. Lavender will not raise j
the priv;?and 10 cents. One day!
Mrs. Mary E. Hipp
invites you to be present
at the marriage of her daughter
Mr. Homer Wilbur Schumpert
on Tuesday morning, - December :Iie|
at half after eight o'clock
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer
Newberry, South Carolina.
There are no caras issirea in -Newberry,
but the relatives and friends are J
invited to witness; the marriage ceremony
in the church.
Tteatli of Mr. J. S. Bowers. |
Mr. J. Samuel Bowers, who lived a
few miles below Prosperity, died of
cancer at four o'clock Sunday after- j
noon and was buried at Zion on Mon- :
day afternoon at 2.30 o'clock, service,
by the Rev. S. C. Morris. Mr. Bowers I
was 53 years old. ;
\Ji.-s Rose Cam ton, ? '. "T'ie !:o:..:ry."
Opera Kou.-e Urnis'it.
' <?E \K(iiU> KIIJiS ANOTHER. '
Xlie One Charged With the 31 iirder
Surrendered to the Sunday Late
Sunday > iiriil.
i Two negro men, .John Boyee and
ool Waits, had a difficulty on Sunday
j :ii''cnioon near Hannah church, in the
"Rr?n 1 w?> ro ri ni o-h hnrVi r\nrl Waitc flit.
'Boyce and JBoyce shot Waits, claiming
sel-defense, as he was slashed in the
j neck and had the back of his coat
pretty well sliced up. However, the
feeling against Boyce was high and he
! came in about 11 o'clock Sunday
[ night and surrendered to Sheriff Bull
ford, saying that, he wa.- fearful of
, violence at the ha.ids of his own rac.,
! and was dodging the crowds, walkir.;
j about twenty miles,*to put himself in
| th. keeping of the sheriff, as he knew
i that hi* life would be safe in Sheriff
[ Buforu's hands.
! Boyce has good grounds for fear;
ing his life was in danger, as Mr. 'i.
G. Williams informs the reporter 10
ji.iat rrrcet, .Mr. Williair ana Air. C.
[ W. Peterson having bet 11 sent to the
, scene of the killing immediately upon
I receipt phone message to Sheriff Bu;
ford. Messrs. Williams and Peter-.0:1
left town about dark Sunday evening
and searched several housss in
the neighborhood, gaining information
as to the true origin of the difficulty.
Boyce, who had been .-erving sentence
for cotton stealing, had been liberated
on Saturday, the day before the killing.
Waits, the dead negro, had been
doing much talking about the matter.
When the two met at Hannah church
the difficulty occurred, with the result
as above stated.
Mr. Jno. R. Slider in City.
"" t-~ t-> f.itv
Air. jn<j. rt. ouuci in ?-"c \">-j
Saturday and Sunday on business, and
at the same tim renewing old acquaintanceships
and forming new acquaintances.
He is a son of the late
Thos. P. Slider. The family left Newberry
thirty-one years ago last August,
and this is Mr. Slider's first visit
since. He is representing J. H. Schroet:r
& Bro., printing machinery and
utilities, in Atlanta, Southern agents
for Whit lock Printing Press Manufacturing
company, etc. Mr. Slider is do- |
ing well, as is also his brother, Charles i
T., who is head of the Southern Ex-!
press company in, Atlanta. Many of'
Newberry's citizens recol -ct the two;
little boys as they left the city, and'
the visit of the former recalled the
time when Mr. Thos. P. Slider was a
moving spirit of the place and John and
Charley, by their fun and brightness,
added to the life of the community.'
Their friends are glad that the boys
fulfilled the promise of their youth in
growing t* steady manhood and rising
to responsible positions. Charley Slider
nas not been back to Newberry, but
Jno. R. give;- every indication of being
an up-to-date man in his business.
THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY. j
Sad Death of ? Young Lady?Christ-;
mas Exercises lit the Various
Prosperity, Dec. 23.?The news Sunday
of Mhs Janie Russell's death
brought sadness to her many friends,
for she was one* of Prosperity's most
popular young ladies. She had been
at the Mossic sanitarium, at Hendersonville,
X. C., for the past few;
months'in search of health; and her
friends were in hope that she would be.
benefited, but it seemed that the Master
needed this flower and plucked it
in its young beauty to taks to himself;
in heaven, where her sweet voice will i
join the heavenly choir in singing
praises. Her remains reached here
Monday, and the following young men;
acted as pallbearers: Messrs. W. .J., R.
K. and McFall Wise, C. M. Simpson,
Robert Counts and Vernon Wheeler.
The funeral services were conducted
by h^r pastor, Rev. Leslie, at the
Prosperity cemetery. She is survived
by her father, Mr. R. H. Russell, two
sisters. Mis-es Lillie Mae and Ruby
Russell, two little nieces, Misses Ellen
and Florence Wheeler, and a number
of other relatives and friends. The
Moral offerings were lovely.
Mr I P i Dick) Bowers was born
, and died December 22,
1912. Karly in life he connected himself
with the church, and through all
these years has remained faithful to
the covenant he made with God. He
has been one of the 1* ading members
of Zion church, and at the time of his
death he was a steward. Mr. Bowers
was o :e of the best known and beloved
citizens of Newberry county. The
funeral services were held at Zion
Monday afternoon by his pastor, Rev.
; S. C. Morris. He leaves a wife, eight i
children and a large number of relatives
and friends to mourn his death.
Mr. and Mrs. S. .J. Kohn spent the
'.vo^k .('. ?! Columbia.
Ci.'dei V -mon IVheeler i< home fr>m
th ( itadel.
Mr. C- M. Simpson, of A'hint:., is
home for the Chri tmas holidays.
Mr. C. 0. Wyche, of Spartanburg, is'
here for the Yuletide.
Miss Annie Moseley, who is teaching j
in Vidalia, Ga., is here for several
Mr. C. G. Wyche, private secretary
f Senator Tillman, is spending the
liolidays with hi:si parents, I)r. and
r n m
-virs. i. vv vune.
Miss Willi? Mae Wise, of Sumter,
reached home Saturday for the Christmas
Mr. an d Mrs. C. F. La than and children
spent Sunday with Mr. J. L. Wise.
Miss Marie Schumpert, of the Columbia
hospital, is home for a few
Mrs. J. A. Kinard has returned to
Little Mountain, after a visit to her
? atP T-Tartmpri
C iClCI , iTlio. ; 4 V.4.V? .
Miss Mary Wheeler, of Breanon, is I
siting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. j
Prof, and Mrs. L. A. Sease, of Clem. !
: on college, are guests of Dr. G. Y.:
Mrs. Xa::iie Wheeler lias returned
from a visit to Newberry.
Mrs. G. W. Harmon left Monday for
Atlanta to spend several weeks.
Little Francis Beden'baugh has ve- 1
turned from a visit to Columbia.
Mr P P. Parre; of the rniv^rsity of
FV*ut]' Carolina, is me guest 01 ins sister,
Mrs. E. W. Werts.
Cadet Allen Lester, of West Point,
reaches home Wednesday to spend the
holidays with his parents, Mr. andj
Mrs. A. M. Lester.
Prof, and Mrs. J. E. Hunter, of,
Clemson college, are visiting their:
Mr. C. D. Bedenbaugh, of Atlanta, is i
the guest of Rev. and Mrs*. Z. W. Bed- !
Prof. Mike Monts and son, of Plains, j
rid aro snpnHin? Christmas with his i
V^U., w _
father on Route No. 2.
Mr. D. L. Bedenbaugh and Miss j
Ollie Dominick were married this |
morning at 12 o'clock, the Rev. S. C.
Morrfci, pastor of the bride, officiating.
Mr. J. P. Wise, of Ridgeland, is home!
Prof. t? W. Monts, of Springfield, i
Ga., reached home Saturday.
Mr. A. G. Wise has gone to Tennis- 1
see to buy a car of mules.
Mrs. Lizzie Boinest, of Pomaria;
Mi a L. T. Brown, of. Salisbury, and
Miss Ethel Counts, of Darlington, are
spending Christmas with Mrs. E. 0.
The Young People's society of Grace
church ndd their monthly meeting in
the Sunday school room on Saturday!
night. A special Christinas program;
was well lendered, after which the
young people repaired to the residence
of Mr. .1. L. Wise for a social gathering,
which was thoroughly enjoyed. 1
The Lutherans of Prosnerity receiv- 1
?d a g-.and Christmas gift when Pastor
Leslie announced that the church
debt had been provided for, and within ';
the new year the public mortgage j
burning will be held.
OiiriJtmas Eve night at 7 o'clock the;
Methodist Sunday school will carry
out the following program:
Scripture lesson and prayer.
Recitation, "A Christinas Thought" 1
Kt:citaiion, "There's a Song iri the
Recitation, "The Star of Love'"?
Seven little girls.
Recitation, "Little Lights"?'Twelve
Distribution of* fruits1.
Remarks by Prof. J. M. Bedenbaugh. j
will have their
25UIlUtt^ jvuwi ? ?
Christmas services Christmas night at
. o ijck, ai which yme the following
program will t>: rendered:
Processional, "On to Bethlehem." j
Prayer?Rev. p]. \V. Leslie.
(".ristmas Aero-tic?By nine little
jimisr. "Silent Xight; What Does It
vp-,n?"?Ellen Wheeler and Xellie
Song, "Ring Beautiful Bells, Christmas
Star"?Grace Sease, Mamie Liv-;
ingston, Lazette Count-. Ethel Saner.
Song. "Born in a Manger to Help
Ou* i;io Shin "?Elsie Counts, Ruth.
Cannon. Myra Hunter, Marie Bedenbaugh,
Kathleen Counts and Lois
Song. ".Jesus Bids l*s Shine."
Recitation. "Homage of the Nation"
Mn:y poWalt Hu..:er, .Moss Fellers,
Caro Wyche, Sn-an Quattlebaum and,
Song, "Away in a Manger."
"Grandmother's Dream Maigueiite
Wise. Mamie Lee Taylor, Nannie
V.M'??eier :*nri Marie Kclin.
Song, ''Joy to the World.
Distribution of gilts.
Do xo logy.
(Corrected by .Nat Gist).
(By Robt. McC. Holmes.) I
Cotton 12 a
Little Mountain* -
(By W. B. Wise). I
Cotton 12% to 13 I
Seed, per 100 1.25 * \
Cotton seed 42
Cotton ^..13 \
Seed, per 100 100 to 1.12*4
Seed, per 100 1.47
Seed, per 100 1.35
wr ? m _
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for less
than 25 cents.
FOl'ND?Overcoat in road beyond
Walter Barre's beyond Helena on
Sntiirriav. npr?pmhpr S Ownor i>ar?'
get same by identifying coat and
paying for this advertisement. J. W. " *
Reeder. 12-24-lt )l
WA.VTED?To make several loans of
$1,000 to $1,500 each. H. C. Holioway.
LOST?A yellow setter puppy, betweea
six and seven months old, female,
with tail bobbed off. Finder will
please notify B. B. Leitzsey, Newberry,
S. C., R. F. D." No. 2. 12.-2t-cf;
FOR KENT?Two-story house, five
rooms below and kitchen, two rooms
up-stairs, stable, barn and carriigc
house with acre of land, in Harris
street. T. F. Harper. 12-24-lt.
FOR SALE?One trained pointer bitch,
two and a half years old, one huli^
terrier pup eight weeks old. Apply
to W. E. Elmore, Newberry, S. C., K.
F. D. No. t>. 12-24-tC
E. II. LAXE & CO. is the place now
to get anything in the world to eat
since they have added a market to
their grocery business. Have you
seen their market? If not, you lia^
missed a treat. 12-20-tf '
CABBAGE PLANTS for sale 15 cents j
hundred, one dollar,per thousand.
Charles ten, Jersey, Wakefield ( and
Early Dutch. T. A. Dominick,
Prosperity, S. C. 12-17-ltaw-2t
NEW SAP and hard shingles and rubber
rooting. Carload just received
by Langford & Buzhardt. 12-20-^ti
l'WO >'ICE rooms with or withour
board can be obtained by applying
to Mrs. 0. L. Schumpert, 1600 Main
[)>" E or two hcrse farm to rent. Ap
ply to M. M. Buford, Newberry, S. C.
W'\ XTED?A second liand engine c .
whp^ts i? or in horse uower Ajax, j
or 12 or 16 horse power Tozer. Address
G. E. Ca ugh man, Leesville, S.
1 CAR of special grain fertilizer baa
arrived. For further particulars
call on S. J. Kohn, Prosperity.
FOR CIGARS, tobacco, cigarettes, etc..
to sell again, see Anne 0. Ruff &
Co.'s stock. We can give you th*
best brands. Phone S4-2. .il.&tf j
DR. J. K. GILDER. Dental Par- J
lor^, in pos-toffice building, corner
Caldwell and Friend streets. %
10-29-tf . \ ;
FOR SALE?One 3-horse disc plow,
or.e feed cutter, one 2-horse wagon,
one disc liarrcw. Apply F. R. Hunter,
old court house. 10-25-tf.
MONEY TO LEM>?Money to lend on
real estate. Long time vid easy
pnyments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter.
150 Hl'SHFliS of seed wheat for sale.
H. O Long, Silverstreet. 11-26-tt
HIDES- Sell your hides direct to a
dealer and cut out the middle man.
I will pay highest prices ever known
ia Newberry. See me. T. M. Sanders.
CITIZENS wanting servants may be
supplied with same by communcatitm
with .Tames S. Daniel. S2o Scott 1
street, city. ll-28ltf.
!!f v > -? ;,ie (ijamou'* rin.^ for *15
at Williamson's. Fs-tf \