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x lie >roveiiient> <>i Many People, Tewherrians,
ami Th<?e Who Vi>it
Mr. Frank Hiii.^ins, of Columbus, (la.
is in tin- city.
R. C. .Wei of Newberry. i,s hereColumbia
Mr A. K. Epting has changed fro?"
K.Uiirdi- to Prosperity.
Mr. Robert Epting, of San Francisc
California, is in the city.
Mr. .J. D. Shealy, of Pomaria No. 1
vi&s in the city Monday.
Mr. J. T. Frazier has changed froi:
W'i St End to Prosperity No. 1.
it? Cduer of ProsDerity. is i]
O. 1' .
Mr. .). Ij. Mayer has changed 1'ror
Greenwood to New Market.
Messrs. H. 0. Long and Mark Nich
oh* are ofr' on a visit to Florida.
Mr. Lillius Schumpert. ol' Andersor
spent the holidays at home.
Mr. \V. C. Herbert is visiting rela
tives in the county.
Mr. R. G. Ringer was in the cit;
Monday from Pomaria No. 3.
W. H. Hardeman, of Newberry, i
here today.?Columbia Record.
Mr. .1 H. Dickert has left Newberry
* R. F. 1). No. for Silverstreet.
Mr. J. H. Singley was in the cit:
Monday from Prosperity No. G.
Messrs. Paul and Kllesor Adanis re
turned on Monday to Charleston.
Mrs. K. H. Cousins, who has been a
ine point of death, is improving.
Mr. Milledge U- Chappell, of Char
totte, spent Christinas in Newberry.
Mi*. L. W. C. Blaloek, of Goldville
is visiting her sister, Mrs. .J. R. Green
Mr. George A. Long has changei
from Newberry No. 1 to Newberry Nc
Mrs. W. L. Motes underwent a mos
dangerous operation in Columbia las
Mr. Alvin Wright paid a Christmas
visit to his father, Rev. G. A. Wright
Oliver Lindsay left on Christmas daj
to spend a part of the holiday seasor
Mr. Lawrence Wicker, after an ab
senco of three years, is here from San.
Prof, and Mrs. Burr F. Johnstone
of Clem-son, are visiting relatives h:
Miss Lilla Kibler, of Monroe, A. c.
spent Christmas with relatives in New.
.Miss Corrie I-ei Havird, teacher at
Barksdale, came in for the holidays al
* Mr. .J. A. Denliis, teacher at Bethune
tiame bacK for the Christmas at the
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Harper have been
risking in Newberry.?Greenwood
Mr. B. Ij. Jones is spending hi;
Christmas in Newberry.?Laurens Advertiser.
Miss Annip McCarley, of Newberry,
"is visiting in the city.?Spartanburg
Miss Sara White, of Clinton, was
among the throng of home-comers for
Fred Sale is spending the latter part
of the holiday season with relatives
Mr. Mack Wilson, of Orangeburg
; vounty. is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. D
^ Dr. G. \Y. Harmon, of Prosperity, is
here for the holidays.?Epworth cor
Col. .li?o. K. Aull, private secretary tc
Governor Blease. spent Christmas in
John R. Spearman and F. R. Longshore,
of Newberry, are here today.?
Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Yonce are visiting
their old home in Newberry coun
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hipp left las;
night for Xfwberry to visit relatives
Mr. J. .J. Roach, local manager South.
<-'m PHI Telephone company, spent hi*
<'hr\simas in Columbia.
Mr and Mrs. I). L. Beachani and baby
of Helena, spent the holidays witl
relatives in Boydton, Va.
Miss Roger is spending the holidays
-at her home in Newberry.? George'
-Town cor. Charleston Post.
Misses Bessie Coppock and' Laiia
Martin are in Newberry for ( hristmas.
? Spartanburg Journal.
Mis* L> ra Koon, after spending!
Christmas with relatives hero. return-j
ed on Monday to Atlanta.
Prof. William C. Bynum is spending
about It) days in Newberry.?Georgetown
cor. Charleston Post.
Miss Francos Thompson, ol" Summer
land college, is spending the holiday
vacation at her home at Helena.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Addy have reit
t imed from a Christinas visit to relatives
in Columbia and Lexingtoj
Miss Gertie Piester came from
j Greenwood to spend Christmas week
with her sister, Mrs. .1. K. Green.
Miss Lula Donnan, of Whitmire,
11 came up Saturday to spend the holidays
with home folks in Tylersville.?
ti Clinton Gazette.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Fearce, of New
n berry, are spending Christmas wim
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Chapman.?Anderson
.). I>. Epps, Sr., lias returned from
Newberry, where he visited his brother.
J. L. Epps.?IJlairs ccr. Union Progress.
Atr. .James A. Bowers, of Atlanta,
came over last week to spend a porY
tion of the holidays with his relatives
Si Miss Maude Grizzard, of Newberry,
i S. is the guest of her uncle and
. J aunt. Dr. and Mrs. N. J. Grizzard, in
i West End.?Atlanta Constitution.
Mrs. Thomas H. Pope, of Kinards, is
iii the city the guest, of v?r parents,
Judge and Mrs. E. B. Gary.- .bbeville
Press and Banner.
Messrs. Tench Q. Boozer and Wm. E.
t Boozer, of Columbia, spent some of the
Christmas season with theif mother,
- Mrs. Kat^ E. Boozer, and family.
Mrs. George Riser, of Augusta, came
(, across to spend Christmas holidays
with her sister-in-law, Mrs. T. -J.
i.l C. C. Wyche has returned from
I Prosperity, where he spent Christmas
with his parents.?Spartanburg Hert
Mr. and Mrs1. Luther J. Leonhirth, of
5 Sumter, came up last week to enjoy
part of the Christmas with his mother,
Mrs. George Leonhirth, at Helena.
; Misses Blondell and Pearl Powell, orj
i Spartanburg, spent the Christmas holidays
with their sister, Mrs. W. H. Mc?
Cullough, in. the county.
| Mr. W. F. Webster, who was visiting
j at Mr. J. F. Schumpert's last week,
I-had to return to hie work in Atlanta
, i on account of pressing business.
j Mr. A. P. Boozer brought his wife
, j from the Columbia hospital on Sun-i
.! day, Mrs. Boozer having recovered !
| from operation and improving daily. . j
Miss Frances Crooks, who is taking
: a business course in Columbia, is
spending vacation with relatives and
fvio-nric i,i Ypwherrv and Pomaria.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. MeFall left Saturday
to S'pend the holidays with relai
tives at Newberry and Augusta.?Pee
I Dee Advocate.
Miss Annie Lee Woods, of Newberry,
; spent several days not long since with
Mr. Geo. Faulkner's family.?Deknar
cor. Leesville News-Advocate.
Mr. Roy Epting, who has been trans'
t'erred with h-tadquarters at Way cross,
Ga., Southern Bell Telephone com>
pany, came in for Christmas at New
uci 1 J .
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. SchencK returned
last week from Spartanburg, after
1 spending Christmas with Mrs.
Schenck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williams, of Columbia,
Mr. and Mrs. .las. H. Shelley
i and Mr. Major Shelley, of Wilmington,
spent Christmas with Capt. and Mrs.
W. H. Shelley.
, Mr. C. M. Colema.i returned to his j
, home in Camden Thursday, after a|
Christmas visit to his mother, Mrs. D. |
A. Dickert, and his sister, Mrs. W. H. J
" j Suber.
* : l-Iitrolnc !
:\11SSP"> AUIlIt* auu .H(II Kill
both teachers in Anderson county, j
" cam*1 down 10 spend holiday-vacatio.i j
with their parents, .Mr. and Mrs. I
Francis \V. Higgins.
1 Mr. T. C. Turner, of Columbia, was I
in file city Christmas day, coming i
from Lower So. 9. where he had leftj
his family spending the holidays with
Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Riser returned to!
-n - r W.,.KA*.rv tPTl I
liPeSVUie IIOIU .\cviurn; a i/v/m (
' (lays ago and will make this their home
during tlx* coming year.?.News-Advocate.
Mr. C. Fredericksburg,
Va., arrived for the ^*1 id ays to be j
with Mrs. Reid, who had piV'ded him :
j on a visit to her sisters, Mes(J\^'-s
j f. Huni. 0. !). Cannon and -I. j
\V. V. Lylog from the city of Newberry,
will move buck here to his farm!
ia a few day s to the delight of his J
friends.?FMairs cor. Cnion Progress.}
And'will leave Newberrv i?> tht* sorrow]
of liis friends.
Prof. W. K. Peterson, president of \
Bunnell school, Waycross. Ga., .-pent i
two or three days of Christmas week!
with his father, Mr. W. G. Peterson.
Misses Ixmise and Zula Counts, An-j
nit- and Azile Livingston, of the Fork, i
spent Christmas week with relatives J
Mr. Dan Suber, of Brazel, Texas, who
left this county eighteen years ago,
;s icr the first time since visiting reli-j
tives. namely, his mother, Mrs. -J. -1.!
- - *? ? n \\w ,t/; I
Sub r uroineiv, Messrs. >\. .muj
J. W. Suber, and his sister, Mrs. P. II j
VARIOUS AM) ALL ABOl l.
Tt was a peaceful Christmas in Newberry.
Last Saturday was the coldest day;
of the year, the mercury was at 'I'l in f
Seems a long time since the last issue
of the paper. It would be awful
to go back to the weekly.
it remains to be seen what the new
city administration will do in hand-'
ling the liquor law.
The Rev. Dr. .J. Henry Harms
preached at the Church of the Ascension
in Columbia on Sunday evening
at 7.30 o'clock.
Who from Xo. 6 township while visiting
in Abbeville last week came near
freezing trying to get Donalds by j
The Rev. D. P. Boyd has recently
? far YT1* 1
pill up a. UtTilUlliUi lUUllUlUtui, w?
John F. Taylor's wife in the Prosper-'
Mr. P. A. .Tones, of Newberry, R. R
I' 6, moved on Monday to Garraat,!
C-a.. wher: he will make .->s home rind
c r:tirii- t*? read The H'-ral*1 ai.?l
Too many personals. Can't get them !
all in. Know lots more but can't get.!
at them. Printer says to reporter,!
stop. Enough. When a thing fe full
It seemed as if everybody had come!
back for Christmas with a visitor. The
crowd was so numerously numbered
that those who went away couldn't be
missed from the throng.
Everybody wants to see the new,
chief of police, so much having been
said as to what he will do. Interest
is keenlv alive. If he acts up to what
"they i&ay" there will be something
doing in this old town in 1913.
Tom Gary, colored, arrested by Officer
.J. C. Lee, for transporting liquor,
was fined $.">0 by Recorder Earhardt on j
Monday of last week, and paid the fine.
Main street on Christmas eve look-!
ed like the midway of a carnival. It
was a show with a big crowd. ?
Probate Judge Claude C. Schumpert j
issued fort- nine marriage licenses
from December 20 to the 30th. Among
these twelve were white and thirty-.1
seven colored. Since July 1, 1911, to'
December 30, 1912, there' have been
linoncfto issued 1 .">2 being 'white
T I *' II VV. iWVJ *vw M Wy -
and }27 colored.
Judge of Probate Claude C. Schum-'
pert oil last Saturday afternoon mar-'
ried a couple* immediately after granting
the license. The parties were Mr.
J. B. Corley and Miss Corrie Miller,
both of MolJohon. It was the first;
white marriage ceremony the judge1
had conducted up to date. He has of-;
ficiated at several coJored marriages. !
There re a good ai-ivsr marriage!
licenses issued by .Jud^e Claude C.;
Sehunipert Christmas T.*-?:ek, t tie ^re:uer
number being for i-olo/od co-ij )e.s.!
Among the minority v.*eertiiicatfes j
for Mr. R. S. Smith and Miss Rathj
Mitcheni, of Mollohon. and Mr. L). C.,
Leonard, of Oakland, and Miss Annie j
Mae Taft, daughter of Mr. W. H. Taft, j
See elsewhere notice from President
Jno. M. Kinard of a meeting of the
chamber of commerce to be held ill j
their rooms on Thursday evening at
7.30 o'clock. All the members and:
other citizens are urged to be present,
as the district agent of the co-opera-!
tive demonstration farm work will ad-!
dress the meeting and "present a
4 - - 4 A !
proposition of vital importance iu mci
entire interests of Newberry county."
After t lift marriage at the Lutheran
church early Tuesday morning the J
bride and groom will take the train |
for Atlanta to visit Mr. Schumpert'sJ
sister, Mrs. \V. F. Webster, and re-j
main over until Thursday, when they
will visit Tallulah falls, Mr. Schumpert
being interested in power plants,
especially in one that generates enough ,
power for three States. Thenc In4 will
iake his Inide to Anderson;ly vi>his
sister, Mrs. W. T. A Sherard.
\i:\Y CITY OFFICERS.
( hi< ?' oi' Police ami Other Oilicers
Elected l?v the New Council
At ;h?> f lection held on la -; Thurs-J
-- ' /.lin mlwit'.- t It i\ t*/\l
nay niiiii! ill ruiumi iiiuuiiM 1,1 me i??ilowing
J. II. Scurry, clerk and treasurer,
salary per month.
VV. H. Jcrnigan. chief of police, salary
.1. ('. I.ef, \Y. L. Griffin, H. (). Srone
M P. Williams. R. P. Franklin, policemeii.
salary is $">0.
.1. \Y. Werts, street overseer, salary
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, city attorneys,
sajary per annum, reduced from
Ryal Bates, janitor, salary $2.">.
Malcolm LeS.-sne and Fleming .Jeter,
hose wagon drivers, salary !>."> per
The health officer at a salary of $.">0
was elected by the board of health,
Mr. .Ino. C. Adams being the successful
applicant, but council failed tc
confirm this election. Council will
uctqin mwt nn "VTnndflfv nieht to con
sider the matter.
Chief W. H. Lominack aid not ap
ply for re-election, neither did Policemen
.1. H. Turner nor T. A. Berley.
It \vi 11 he seen that only a few o*
the old set-were re-elected.
City Attorney E. S. Blease was reelected
but declined to accept.
The new chief of police is from
Laurens, where he has served on t]i<?
police force. He has the reputation of
being fearless and impartial as well
a? determined aacl persistent in the
discharge of his duties.
The local correspondent of the State
adds the following:
"The new chief of police comers
from Laurens with a line reputation,
having served on the force there for
about seven years.
"J. C. I^ee and R. H. FranKim are lucrum
"Mr. Griffin has been working insurance
here for some time. He has had
experience as policeman at Greenwood
and Clinton and conke with good indorsements.
"Mr. Stone and Mr. Williams are
new men. Mr. Williams lives in West
End. Mr. Stone has been in the motorcycle
business for some time, a member
of the firm of Wicker & Stone.
"Mr. Werts, the street superintendent,
is a new man. He has lived in
Newberry several years and is well
irnnwri and well thousrht of here.
"The general opinion is that the
council has selected an unusually good
set of officers. They begin their duties
Beautiful Silver Wedding.
A beautiful entertainment of the
Yuletide season was a reception, tenr?prpri
Thursday evening by Mr. and
Mrs. R. T. Caldw<-II in honor of their
The house was elaborately decorated
for the occasion. The parlor and
dining room were in silver and white
with Southern sniilax and mistletoe
falling gracefully from walls and mantel.
White carnations- were in profusion.
and silver bells were suspended
from all a', ailable places. The library
was typical of the season with holly
and mistletoe, red carnations and red
Receiving at the door was Mrs. .J.
B. Hunter, who ushered the guests
into the parior, where they were received
by Mc. and Mrs. Robert Caldwell,
Misses Sarah and Carolyn Caldwell,
and Mr. Dave Caldwell. Mrs.
Caldwell wore a beautiful gown, of silver
grey char me use,. Miss Sarah Cald
well pink charmeuse with Duchesse
lace, and Miss Carolyn Caldwell pink
inessaline draped with dew-drop lace.
Beautiful gifts were displayed in the
library, where the guests signed their
names in a dainty book with silver ink.
A delightful salad and frozen course
Assisting in entertaining the guests
wore, in the library: Mrs. .1. E. Norwood
and Miss Nina Gibson; in the
coffee room, Mrs. G. V. Hunter and
??? I ..,,,1 5 n Mill
.Mrs. Vj. I... ouunuci y ell Hi 111 v*t ?
ing room. Mrs. S. B. Jones and Mrs.
J. B. Fox.
Assisting in serving were Misses
Kate Summer. Li la Summer, Ruth
Halfaere. Kitiy Mavcs, Marian Jones,
Annie Kibler, Genia Wheeler and
About a hundred guests called during
At the residence of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hampton Buzhardt,
neav the city, on Thursday, the
26th instant, the Rev. P. K. Shealy, at
the hour of 10.30, united in marriage
Mr. Bennett I,. Bishop and Miss Mamie
Buzhardt. There was a large crowd
present and finite a number of prevents
received. Th?? liappy couple took the
next out-going tn/.in f..r Doiv!?e*:<'r.
lion v. of r'ne groom and the
:;v\v ' oine of ll> bri :e.
(iOVEKNOK TO HK I'KESKNT.
V/ill Vtfcnd Entertainment l?v Iterircll
Tribe. I (). Keil Hen. on Evening
i (Governor B'.ease has accepted an 'nvitation
to attend an entertainment 10
, be given ut West Erd school buildir.g
< ;i ibe ev-i ing ,a .5. nuary 9, by Brr
^.?il tribe So. 24. Improved Ord'r ol
I I en l nr j;uu- an 15 a ii'-t js c
, J' *' fhis tribe. He v. = r re a?ked *.j de
! liver an address on the occasion
Meeting Farmers' Union
The County Farmers' union will
meet at the court house on the first
= Saturday in .January, at 11 o'clock, to
! elect delegates to the State union,
! which meets in Columbia January 16.
. A full attendance is urged.
1 J. B. O'Xeall Holloway,
In dication of the New Mission Church.
The Xew Mission church, near John,
stone academy, was dedicated on SunMay,
December 29, at 11 o'clock.
There were lour preachers present,
representing four different dnomina- 1
; lions: Revs. D. P. Boyd, W. W. McMorris,
of Uazelherst, Ga., 0. G. Davis,
. 1-nstor Cannon Creek church, and Geo.
StudfOii DcLano, D. D., pastor UniverI
salist church at Mountville.
'! be dedicatorial sermon was delivj
.-red by Rev. W. W. McMorris, whose
text was in the < ighth chapter of 1st
,! Kings, where Solomon. dedicated the
.temple. The dedicatorial prayer was
offered by the pastor. Rev. D. P.
,! P>oyd took part in the communion ser;
: Services were held also on Sabbath
night by Rev. \V. W. McMorris. This
I church is under the same supervision
j as Cannon ,Creek.
, i ams
Christ mas Presents.
,| Mr. Editor: Willi the echoes of the
1 soni>: "l-'eace on earth, good
J -- - - o ? - _
. J will to men," ringing in our ears, wej
set about to see the duty newest at
! hand in a true Christian way, and
fetling that the aged and destitute
; inmates of our county home should,
:; on this birthday of the Christ Child,
be remembered and brough.t in touch
. j with the heart of humanity, and given
, j Christian sympathy, and a little of the
j good things which their fellow-citizens
! enjoy this glad day throughout the
: Christian world, we made an appeal
i to the merchants in their behalf, and
; it gives us great pleasure to state that
f enough was contributed to fill packi
ages for each inmate of the county
home, white and negroes, with good
things to eat. And we deem it proper!
! to place these generous donor's names i
011 "Sweet Charity V' honor roll, *iop-!
ing that this may be the inception of!
an annual Christmas offering to these j
infirm snut-ms; anu i:*?ver muj wc iu;-i
get these^ words of the .faster, "Inas'
much as ye have done it unto the least
of these, ye have done it unto me."
! From Mrs. Sonnenburg, pound and1
fancy cake*. J
From Mrs. Mary Klettner, assorted
From Mrs. .Joe Mann, fine apples.
From Mrs. Hair, fruit and nuts,
i From Miss Marie Hair, Christmas
From Boozer Bros., oranges and ap?
From Mr. Oswald Copeland, fine ap-1
nvnm \ir Dennis, bananas, candy,
j J. WW _ *
From candy kitchen, fine bananas
From C. J. McWhirter, candies,
| sweet crackers.
Frojn Magistrate Sample, oranges
' and apples.
| From i j. Burns, apples, oranges
' and cakes.
J From S. B. Jones, raisons-, mints, '
j From Coward & Co., oranges, baj
j Thanksgiving offering of a large
I striking clock, much desired and ap- 1
j predated by the blind inmates, do!
nated by the Hjc store proprietor, Mr.
1 Wishing for each and all a prosperous
and happy year, and good will to '
! everybody, 1 am yours in all good
work for Newberry county.
M. B. E. (
I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lewie, of Union
spent Christmas in Xewbsrry with he1 *
mother, Mrs. Laura Boozer.
I The .Jasper chapter, I). A. R., wll
| neet with Mrs. \V. H. Hiyit Friday, he t
third of January, 19i3.
[ Mrs. .J. W. Mcllwain. of AbbetHe
? - r? / 4'
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. ?- a.
Haifa ere, ol' Newberry, R. F. I).
The Calvin Crozier chapter will
-neet oil Thursday afternoon v 3.30 o'clock
with Mi.-s Adeline Johnson. C
Mrs. W. T. A. Sherard, of Anerson,
: ;ir: **t! la?t Thursday oil a vin *o h<-!
j ua'vnis, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fivd ?ciiuni
; p<? t a..c: 10 pr. a? iier rox.Ii r?>
| marri; u on Tuesday.
M irri'd by Rjv. O. G. Davis, c^fl
Prosperity, ftt 4,o'clock on Sunda^B
afternoon, Mr. Ml A. Bowers, and Miss
Hettie May^Jfylcf, both of Prosperity. IB
COTtO^ JIAHKET. 1
1 ? ..
V?v Vot JH
y VVi * J -"UV, \_4 -/
Cotton 13 fl
(By Robt. VlcC. Holmes.)
Cotton 13 <H
Little Mountain. fl
(By W. B. Wise). M
Cotton 12% to IZM
Seed, per 100.. 1-25
Cotton 13 :1
Seed, per 100 1.00 to 1-12^4 J
Cotton .. 13 fl
Seed, per 100 1.47
Seed, per 100 1.35
Cotton 13 I
Seed 40 I
SPECIAL NOTICES. 1
One Cent a Word. No ad? j
vertisernent taken for lefNl
than 25 cents. 1
LOST?Out of wagon on Monday De3H
c c n'uer 23, 1912, between Newberry
and home, on the Be lfast road, one
breech loading shotgun. Liberal re- |
ward to finder for return of same. * fl
M. M. Livingstone, for Sam Renwick. * I
STRAYED OR STOLEN?Small Fox |
terrier dog, whke and black spots. 1
Answers to nam* of Nellie. RewanJ
if returned to Mrs. Spehls.
WANTED?Three young men for prof-jjfl
itab.e traveling position, local terri-^
tory. Apply in writing to C. C. Joe- 1
lin, Orangeburg, 8. C. It J
FOR SA LE?Pair of "farm mules. V.' E. J
Kohn, Prosperity, S. C. 12^1-tt J1
WANTED?To make several loans ?*yjj
$1,000 to $1,500 eaoi. H. C. Hollo- ^
way. 12-2 i-tf V
FOR KEM?Two-gtory house, Ave rooms
below and kitchen, two rooms ;
up-stairs, stable, barn and carnage t
house with acre of land, in Harris ^
street. T. F. Haider. 12-24-^;.
r - -l
FOR SALE?One trined pointer bitch, \
two and a half $ars old, one hull
Terrier pup eightsweeks pld. Apply
?r\ WT V Ulmnro I'on'horrv *3 C Ve
iv ^ . l'j. uuuvi Vj ft uvi i;, v., ^j|
F. D. No. 6. J 12-24-tf.
NE? SAP and hardshingles and rub^ &
bcr roofing. Cai ;>ad just received M
by Langford & B thardt 12-20-3lJ
TWO MCE rooms with or withour^B
board can be obi in d by applying J
to Mrs. 0. L. Sch mpert, 1600 Mai/fefl
;)>E or two licrse irm to rent. Apply
to M. M. Bufo 3, Newberry, S. C.
i ->_i T-ff 5 * ; 1
WANTED? A seconjl hand engine ft
wheels, 12 or 15 jorse power Ajax,
or 12 or 16 horse lower Tozer. Address
G. E. Cauglnan, Leesville, S.
C. * 12-6-tf.
A CAR of special gjain fertilizer haa*
arrived. For fujther particulars ^
call on S. J. KohnJ Prosperity.
9-27-tf. j ^
FOR CIGARS, tobaco, cigarettes, etc.,
to sell again, seefAnne 0. Ruff &
Co.'s stock. We <an give you the
best brands. Phont S4-2. 11.8-tf A
nu. j K. niLDER. JR? Dental Par
lors, in nostoffice';building, corner
Caldwell and Friend streets.
FOR S.U<E?One 3-horse disc plow, V
one feed cutter, one 2-honse wagon, * i
one disc harrow, i pply F. R. Hun- ^
ter. old court hous 10-25-tf.
rOVEY TO LE>D?\ mey to lend on
real estate. Lone ime "ind easy
payment*. Hunt, H mt & Hunter.
r>0 urSHELS of seed fheat for saleS' ->
H. O. Long, SilverstrYct. 11-26-tl i\ -
[IDFS?Sell your hidea direct to a
dealer and cut out tlie^man.
I will pay highest prices ever inown
in Newberry. See meJ T. Sander?.
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IT1ZEXS wanting^ servants niy be " 1
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