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rh> Movements of Many People, Xewberrians,
and Tlio?e Who Visit
M:ss Roxie Head, of Aiken, is on
a visit to her cousins, the Misses TAY.ot.
Mr. Bill Smith, of Newberry, was in j
Clinton Sunda>.?Clinton cor. Laurens '
Get a reserved seat at Agent J. W.
Denning's big sale at the C. N. & L.
In the piano contest Mrs. Geo. W. !
Senn is ahead in the county and Miss
L-cuise Melton is in tne lead in the '
Cadet Carroll Dennis, of Clemson
college, spent the week-end with his j
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Dennis, j
Miss Emmie Robertson has return- j
ed from a visit to friends in Newberry.!
?Clinton cor. Laurens Advertiser, !
Mrs. George Ellison of Newberry j
spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. T.!
D. Copeland.?Clinton cor. Laurens '
First primary election for city offi- j
cers will be held on the 25th instant.
Who are you going to vote for for
iHorman is thp intprpstinsr Question.
On Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ow- '
ens, Miss Pearle Hays, Zee Wright,!
Elsie Drake and Joe Phinney went *o J
Newberry to see a play "The Girl of >
Mr Dreams."?Clinton cor. Laurens !
The Player piano you have been
reading about is something else. Mr.1
-* * r\i ix. i .
i-?. ivi. jriayer says it is nut ins piauu j
in a contest, however interesting it j
may be through The THerald and j
Mrs. R. L. Tarrant and children left j
Monday for Batesburg. Mr. Tarrant j
will go Tuesday, to attend the double j
wedding of Mr. Tarrant's half sisters 1
Wednesday afternoon, mention of,
which was made Friday.
Mr. J. B. Smith left Monday for
Calhoun Falls, where he has been 1
transferred for the winter. Mr. Smith !
has been here since July. He says
those wanting quarantine lifted so!
that they can remove their cattle out j
will communicate with Prof. M. R. ]
Mrs. Ella Parker Wright and daugh
ter, Miss Wright, of Clinton; Dr. and |
Mrs. G. Whit Connor, of Newberry, j
Mrs. J. G. Smith, of Raymond, and
Mrs. Ernest F. Brown, of Atlanta, were j
the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- j
ward W. Parker for fair week.?Co
lumbia Record, 2nd.
Mayor Zach F. Wright has moved j
into his handsome new home that Mr. !
C. C. Davis built for him on the old 1
.site at the head of the avenue '
leading to Newberry's monumental i
postoffice building. That will be a j
beautiful section of the city when all
the prospective and intended improvements
in the neighboring block shall
have been made.
Mrs. Frank G. Wright of Washing-1
ton, D. C., is visiting her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. Thos. W. Smith, to the great
pleasure of her many friends, who i
hadn't seen her sine** the express man
"took her away'" from us who wanted
her here and carried her to his iieaciGiiarfprs
in the> nariHnl r?itv nf t"hp
nation to dwell with him in the "land
of the free and the home of the
VARIOUS AM) ALL ABOUT.
There has been no further development
of the Parr Shoals robbery.
Harmony of Boston perfume, have
you ever tried it?ranks with Hudnut's
& Piver s.
Mayes Book and Variety store have ;
some of the "aarlinest little pictures"
for I've seen them.
The Player piano can be seen at
Gilder & Weeks?everybody knows
where that is. j
Remember girls this is the second
prize Gilder & Weeks has given the '
contestants?and?think of it?there's
more to follow. j
Al, did you see what that Laurens !
Advertiser said about your minstrels? I
When you get to Laurens give :he Ad- j
vertiser man an extra ticket
"When I win my please don't lain
this week from Mayes Book store? j
'then I don't care how much it rains,;
and, I wish it would rain."
Mayes Book store have all the novels j
of the day?are you fond of reading? i
if so?would venture to say you will i
find it there.
Now another girl says "what care
I if I do have freckles on my face?
Gilder & Weeks has lovely cream that
takes them off." !
B - !
The Ladies x\id society of the Luth- ;
eran church of the Redeemer will
meet with Mrs. Richard Swittenberg
Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
"Who's going to win "the please don't
rain" that Mayes Book and Variety
store will give away this week to the
It won't do to brag. In last issue
we bragged about the fine fair fall.
Look what it "went and done," "it" being
the weather. Turned right round
and covered the sunshine.
The week of nrayer is being observ
ed this week by the women of Central
Methodist church beginning Monday
afternoon at 3.30 o'clock and continuing
every day through Friday promptly
at 3.30 o'clock.
When it is a double wedding as will
be the case at Batesburg Wednesday
how must be read the couplet: "Two
souls with but a single thought, two
hearts that beat as one?"
There will be an organ recital In
Aveleigh Presbyterian church on Friday
evening, November 28, at 7.30
o'clock under the auspices of the
ladies aid society. The program will
be announced later.
"As well as being a please don't
rain" the little bumbleshoot that The
Mayes Book store is offering tlie contestants,
can be used "to keep the
man in the sun from making freckles
on your face."
Have you seen Mr. J. W. Henderson's
pointer dog? He is lost and the
owner^wants him to be found. Look
at the special notice department of
T'Vi a XTaro 1 /-? on/1 XTaura Tf Vio c V\cw>/-\m
i axu auu no. AU uag
an interesting part of the paper and
everybody reads it.
Seventy-six shares of the capital
stock of the Newberry Savings bank
will be sold at public auction on Wednesday,
the 26th instant, at 12 o'clock.
The highest bidder will get some fine
Now Messrs. Gilder & Weeks saygirls
must be sweet if they wish admiration.
Don't confuse yourselves?
"as to sweet in what way"?this is to
use Harmony of Boston perfume.
To the newly weds: May all go well
with you! May life's short day glide on
peaceful and bright, with no more
clouds than may glisten in the sunshine,
no more rain than may form a
Tell this to the R. F. D. carriers:
A 12,000-mile motorcycle trip is being
made by R. L. Allen, of San Francisco,
Cal. He is taking the Northern
route across the continent to New
York. He will return by the central
Has anybody here seen "Bob?" He
is one black and tan leg hound, a
"bob tail dog" with one ear split. The
last seen of "Bob tail Bob" he was
leaving Whitmire, supposed to have
been on his way in the direction of
Mr. A. R. Dorroh's down below Bush
How about that good suggestion
made by citizen relative to convict
work at the cemetery? There seems to
be some talk of work needed there.
Now is the time to get at the root of
it. "They" said Citizen made a good
suggestion and that it ought to be
Hv + V> a r>nmr*i nnUw
UUV^VV/U IJ J \y\J iii Ui UUItJ
A fellow from bslow Prosperity
thought it was the county supervisor's
duty to kill mad dogs, that it
was his special work, and he wanted
Mr. Chappell to come down and do
the job. The supervisor had some
thing else to do. So that was a new
office for him.
The Greenwood Journal supposes
that "pumpkins are grown for fairs
and Hallowe'en nights exclusively.''
This is a very good indication of tlie
fact that the editor of the Journal was
never a boy in any section of the country
where pumpkin pis are esteemed.
?Rock Hill Herald. Tell it to him.
Dr. Rachel McMaster of our missionary
force in Mexico, spoke in our
chruch in Newberry, S. C. ,last Sabbath
night. Miss McMaster was teaching
in the city schools of Newberry when
she decided to become a missionary
and resigned her position there to enter
a medical college.?lA. R Presbyterian,
Bro. Dale and family and Miss Xeel
are still in Tampico, and for them the
days are long and weary days. They
cannot hear from their Rio Verde
home and people, nor are they informed
of the management of affairs
there. Miss Xeel has opened a small
school for some girls she brought from
Rio Verde.?A. R. Presbyterian, 5th.
rney -ten a good joke on a certain
college student in Newberry. He was
talking to a young lady friend who formerly
lived here but who is now living
in another city, but he wanted to
know who she was visiting in that city.
Another young lady told him she was
"visiting her husband:' Up to that
time he didn't know she was married,
and thought that "the girl was still
single," and he was talking for all he
was worth along those lines, as the
young lady is one of the sweetest
that ever left the city with a bridegroom.
CORN CLUB BOYS.
Give Fine Exhibit?Weather Did Not
Keep Them Away?Some Good
The members of the Boys Corn Club
came to Newberry with their exhibits
on Saturday, despite the rain and
: inclement weather. The exhibits
; were very good. Mr. S. M. Duncan,
; farm demonstration agent for Newberry
county, was busy for two days
land had everything in good shape.
A number of nice and valuable
prizes given to the winners.
Tne following is tne prize list:
1st prize-r-20 year 17 jewel watch,
$20.00, given by John B. Mayes?J. P.
'Watts, 113 38-100 bushels per acio.
I . .?I 1 I ft ? A ^1 A *
i zna prize?uorn planter, $iu.uu given
by Newberry Hardware Co.?Car3rd
prize?One year, $1 given
3rd prize?Southern Cultivator,
one year, $1, given by J. A. Burton? |
Jacob Wise, 96 4-10 bushels per acre.
1st Drize? Gold $10.00, siven by
I H. L. Parr?J. P. Watts, 14c; Carroll,
' Mills, 14c. These two young men hav- '
| ing tied, were given $5.00 each.
2nd prize?Turn plow, $6.50, given
I by J. T. Mayes & Co.?J. P. Lowman,
3rd prize?Progressive Farmer, 1
year?J. G. Lowman, 69 bushels, 18c.
Best Ten Ears.
1st prize?Saddle, $10.00 given by
Johnson-McCrackin & Co.?Carroll
2nd prize?'Cash $5.00, given by P.
F. Baxter & Son?George Miller.
3rd prize?Progressive Farmer, 1
year?J. P. Watts.
Beit Single Ear.
1st prize?Gold $5.00, given by W. A.
2nd prize?Cash $5.00, given by B.
C. Matthews?George Miller.
3rd prize?Progressive Farmer, 1
? Carrnll Mills
| To the Youngest Boy Exhibiting Corn.
Studebaker, Jr., wagon,$8.00, given
' by Prosperity Stock Co.?J. A. Eargle.
The following prizes were open to
all farmers and boys not members
of the Boys Corn Club.
Best Ten Ears.
1st prize?Jersey bull calf, $15.00,
given by S. M. Duncan?Ira A. Miller.
2nd prize?Berkshire pig, $12.50,
given by Alex Hudson?Clarence
3rd prize?Cultivator, $5.00, given by
Geo. C. Hipp?E. S. FuLmer.
Best Single Ear.
1st prize?Jersey bull calf, $10.00, J
given by S. M. Duncan?H. L. Domi- !
2nd prize?Cultivator, $6.00, given j
: by Summer-Wise Stock Co.?J . W.
I Julius J. Langford?James E. Fulmer.
3rd prize?Cash $4.00, given by1
i General Sessions Court.
! The general sessions court will !
| convene at Newberry on November 24,
with Judge Shipp, presiding. There
are several homicide cases pending
; oerore tne court. rne ionowmg is tn?
! jury for the week:
| Jno. W. Robertoon, FJ. T. Werts, T. j
i C. Sims, W. H. Woodward, B. P. Haw-j
| kins, J. T. Craps, G. R. Bowers, G. j
| D. Young, E. J. Stone, R. C. Sligh, G. j
| E. Carter, S. C. Smith, L. W.Derrick, .
' F. X. Martin, G. L. Wise, T. P. Richard- j
son, B. T. Paysinger, T. M. Wrerts, F. !
J. Harmon, G. C. Fellers, N. C. Chaney, j
i W. P. LeaDhardt. R. M. Caldwell. Jno. '
"Stockman, J. B. Pitts, C. I. Abrams, J
j J. B. Dennis, J. K. Morris, E. C. Hoi- j
| lingworth, Jno. P. Wicker, T. F. Turn|
er, W. W. Shealy, W. A. Graddick, L.
S. Shealy, J. P. Blair, L. L. Domi- J
I. . .
1 nick. i
Mistake Corrected. i
One day last week a man came into |
this office and gave the information i
iflc fn thp rmile and bu^ev stolen from I
. Supervisor Chappell, mentioned m last
! issue. As the informant is always reliable
in the news lie gives it was sup- 1
posed he was correct as usual, but :
jit seems there was some mistake about j
it. The Herald and News got a phone
I message to correct the mistake and J
| to be sure to let the public know \
t that the mule was not caught between j
i the county home and the city, but that ;
it was caught right in the yard, and j
, that, the spokes of only one wheel !
| were broken? For it is very important
j wheels. The Herald and News takes !
pleasure in correcting the mistake and
setting the matter straight, as; there I
j is nothing like having everything ex- j
! actly right. Who told Mr. W. G. Peter- j
I son (who told the reporter) that the j
! mule was caught between the city and
jthe home? And that all the spokes^
were broken? For it very important to j
to know that only one wheel was j
smashed and that the mule was caught
in the yard and not in the road between
the two places mentioned. It is
most important to the mule j
j to reflect that it was not in '
'the old and unfriendly road |
. that he was caught, but right j
; in the yard which ho was not running
i away from. And it is a good tiling I
that only one wheel suffered the awful i
fate of having all spokes broken.;
I There are all kinds of mistakes be- ^
! The Elegant i
\ for Conte
Like Everything that's Good
i The elegant Player piano, grant
prize to be awarded in The Herald an<
i News' prize voting contest to th
j lady obtaining the greatest number o
j votes during the life of the contest!
may be seen on display at The Gilde
i& Weeks pharmacy, Tuesday Novem
ber the 11th, where it will remain un
til the "winner is determined." Ever;
rr* 1 i j _ J 3 - _ ? .
inursaay ana oaiuruay aueruuoj
I from three until four o'clock, the con
test manager will demonstrate thi
! elegant instrument, and, after havin;
heard "the sweet melodious tone o
[this instrument, you will call agaii
and again to "while away a pleasan
hour" listening to "all that is la.e ii
mi? _ ~ ^ 3
JL ue seuuuu piize m uui piisc vui
ing contest may be seen on displa;
at Messrs. Wheeler & Langford, th
furniture house of quality, being
handsome and complete bed room sui
j of furniture. This elegant suite c
! furniture is of genuine quartered oa*
i and, the lady who is so fortunate as t
I win it will place in her home "some
A-: I J.I 1 1 ^ ^ s*
ilUUlg ueautij-ui cu> wen uma-ucu
The third prize in our prize votin
, contest will be a ladies' exquisitely
i beautiful diamond cluster ring,. Thi
ring is of the very latest design of
Tiffany setting in Platinum, and woul
add charm and beauty to any lady'
finger. This ring will arrive in a fe^
i davs from one of the largest and mos
reputable jewelers' in the eastern mai
kets and, be seen on display at on
; of tlie principal business houses i:
.the city. 4
I The fourth prize will be a beauti
I ful gold wristlet watch, one of th
daintiest and most unique little rtin
! kets that have "ever nestled in an
, lady's jewel box."
The above prizes will all be on dis
i play during the coming week, and, th
| contest manager will take pleasure i:
| showing them to anyone who may b
desirous of seing them.
Last Week's Specials.
The first special prize awarded las
j week was "an elegant pair of ladie
j Krippendorf shoes" won by Mrs. Gee
j W. Senn, of Kinards. Mr. Perry o
The Ewart-Perry Co., personally se
j lected the pair of shoes for Mrs. Sen:
giving her the choice of the entir
[ stock of selecting a pair of shoe^ fror
"the most extensive and up-to-dat
j line of shoes in the city of Newberry.
To say that Mrs. Senn was wel
pleased would* be expressing it mildlj
| ing made and some of them are terri
ble and ought to be corrected. It i
not to be .supposed for one momen
that the reporter would dare accus
r% r\f -n cr noil CrV> f -?n d m 1 H H1
CL li> Ult- Ui. UUXII5 XXI. V/X1V rn'UU*
j of the road when he was caught in th
yard from which he had not startei
to run, if the reporter knew the fact
and had not been told wrong. H
wouldn't think of saying the mai
caught the mule at one place when hi
caught hm at another. Some peopl
may not see anything in all this, an
certainly there was no reflec':ioi
intended in the piece as it wa
written, against anybody o
place. We suppose the mail
facts stand as recorded; that i
negro stole the county supervisor'
mule and buggy and went to the coun
ty home to see his girl, and it was (
striking coincidence that the girl whi
happened to be at the home happenei
also to be one of the girls who hai
ctnlpn snmp flrtirlas nrpvirnidlv frrm
WVWlvw ~ ~ "
citizens of Newberry and who ha<
been arrested and brought to towi
by Deputy Dorroh in an automobili
filled with the stolen goods. Hop<
everything is all right.
THE STATE FAIR I>T PICTURESThe
Arcade has been successful ii
securing "The State Fair" in motior
pictures. This "foil include the New
berry-Clinton football game, Th<
> Clemson-Carolina game, The aut<
races, The horse show and every
thing that took place from Monda:
until Saturday. The Arcade Wed
nesday 12, The same price.
A nrrrriTi Ail fir Ti/inniAV TV OVrilV I
^Uiiit ur i,L?.triUJ in ajun.vH
SCHOOL DISTRICT >0. 44.
Whereas, one-third of the residen
electors and a like proportion of th<
resident freeholders of the age o
twenty one years, of Smyrna Schoo
District, Xo. 44, of the County of New
berry, State of South Carolina, hav<
filled a petition with the County Boarc
of Education of Newberry County
South Carolina, petitioning and requesting
that an election be held ir
said School District on the queston o)
levying a special annual tax of foui
mills to be collected on the propertv
located in the said School District:
Now, therefore, the undersigned
composing the County Board of Edu?
^ pAnr?f Qr\n rli
UatlUii lUi >c?ucii> V.UUUI;, *jv/uuj
st Has Arrived;
I, May be seen at Gilder and (
:es Announced for Week. i,
1 , The second special <prize?"A most ' (
i dainty little set of gold rim cups and (
e saucers and plates" ^the donation of j
i | i ne KODinson rive ana Ten uent (
- 1 stores" was won by Miss Vida
r ! Counts of Prosperity, and, we feel that
- | Miss Counts has been amply repaid (
- for her week's solicitations.
Y j This Week's Specials."
a | "The weather man and Mayes Book i,
- and Variety store" says?"it is going ',
s to rain" and in order that the contes- i
3 I tants will not have to stick "close to j <
f home" "A ladies handsome black silk l
a parasol wiih gold handle" will be
* . awarded by The Mayes Book and (
1 | Variety store to the lady turning in (
| the greatest number of new subscrip
, tions this week. :
j , To the lady coming second?"The
e ever generous pharmacy of Gilder and |
a Weeks, otherwise known as the drug
t | store of popularity and . reliabilij
ty" will be awarded a delightfully fra[>
mony of Boston" toilet water. "One :
0 to your nose, an odor as sweet as the
For every club of fifteen one year
new subscriptions turned into the contest
manager by Saturday November
: 15th, at noon we will give a bonus of
, 75,000 extra votes. For example *
d i .
should you turn in one club you will I
! receive the regular scale of votes for
I the fifteen subscribers in addition to
' I the bonus which would make a club
i bring you 98,500 votes.
n j Now girls this is your chance while
I these special offers ar.e being given <
you, to pile up your reserve force,
e , take advantage of everyone you can,
for its not the amount of money you
y 1 turn in and the number of subscrip- tions
but the number of votes that you ']
get for what you do turn in .
e | i3U?llUlUg VI lUUlCSUIJllIS
a ! . ?t.
e Georgia Reynolds 98,750 j
j Louise Melton. . 81,000 j
j Mrs. R. C. Boylyston 20,000 JJ
s Elmina Lrng 92,000 j
>. ! Hiiiimire.
'f Miss Nancy 47,000
- Miss Johnson 31,750
ci Miss-Duncan.. 27,000
e | Prosperity No. 6.
n Louise Counts 79,750 j
e | Kinards.
" ! Mrs. Geo. W. Senn 165,000 J
1 i Prosperity,
T. Vida Counts 122,250
! i: j _ t u ,j ~ 4.v, ? t">~^ ? j t]
- j v^aruuna, uu nereuj uiuei mc duaj u > j
s of Trustees of the Smyrna School Dis- ; 1
t trict No. 44 to hold an election on the.
e said question of levying a four mill
e j tax to be collected on the property
e located in the said School District,
d which said election shall be held at
s Smyrna schoolhouse in the said
e school District No. 44, on '1
n Thursday. November 20th. at which i
" i ' \
g said election the polls shall be opened
e at 7 a. m., and closed at 4 p. m. The
d members of the Board of Trustees of ' ]
a ! said election iiaASSo? i
s I said School district shall act as manar
I gers of said election. Only such eleci
j tors as reside in said School District '
a | and return real or personal property '
s | for taxation and who exhibit their tax i i
_ i and rpenstraHfin certificates I
i as required in general elections, shall
0 be allowed to vote. Electors favoring
3 | the levy of such tax shall cast a bal- ~
i: lot containing the word "yes" written
1 J or printed thereon, and such elector j
3 j opposed to such levy shall cast a bali
i I lot containing the word "no" written j
3 j or printed thereon. j _
I /** - "l~ mm J ~ ~ ~ "1 ?
3 j uiven unuer uur nanus anu seais j
November 8th, 1913.
Geo. D. Brown,
J. S. Wheeler, Ji
S. J. Derrick, jl
i County Board of Education for Newberry,
a ~ ??
j >'EW SKIRTS?250 new skirts received
by express Saturday morn- t
y ing?On sale now at $2.00, $3.00,
$4.00 and $5.00 Copeland Bros.
. i LADIES COAT SUITS?We are rel
ceiving new coat suits, and coats by
i express every day, best values, swell .
t styles and at less prices. Copeland ^
; Bros. |
f TRESSPASS NOTICE?All persons j
* i are hereby notified and warned not _
" i to tresDass uDon any of tne lands of ' <
? the undersigned by hunting, fishing !
1 or in any manner whatever. W. T.
Hunter, G. F. Hunter, F. W. and N.
E. Hunter, J. T. Hunter, J. M. Lest- ter,
Johnnie Whitman. I f
f ll-ll-2t. ' |
- ' 0\E SOLID CAR V. Crimp and patent j j
Lock roofing just received, get our , '
. i prices and save money. Johnson- ;
I McCrackin Co.
. j I
COTTOX MABKET. jj^|
(By. Robt. McC. Holmes).
Good middling 13*4 j|
(By Summer Bros. Co.) t
Gotton seed 40%
Good middling 13*4 J
Cotton seed 1.30 \ J
Good middling 13%
Gotton seed 1.35 V
Good middling 13
Ootton seed 40
Sood middling 13
Cotton seed 42
Grood middling 13*4
Dotton sped 38
middling 13 3-16
Cotton seed A.40 ^
Gtood middling 13%
Cotton seed 40% ?
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for lest
than 25 cents.
FAR SAT/I? On a W -p A^t an or? n a
k V ** vu^/ AA, JL xagOA ^
One No. 1 Saw mill, one 9 H. P.
one Case engine, one Case thrasher,
which I will sell for $1,500 caeb.
All in good running shape. H. W.
Bowles, Whitmire, S. C.
WAKTEU?several hogs weighing
about TOO to 12o pounds. See us before
you sell any kind of cattle or M
hogs. The Cash Grocery, til. M. Lane
& Co. Phone 110 or 212.
9-5-tf. ' J
J00,000 FEET of lumber for sale.
Prices right. Quick delivery. Purcell
pftrr.TRV wAVTPn wor>? 19 />*?
L VVJUXAKA ?V AAVUU) A*# V/ bOl
per pound, roosters, young, 7cts.;
chicks, 14 cts., Highest prices for
eggs. Player & Graham.
rEACHERS WITH CERTIFICATES
wanted immediately for the following
positions: 7 at $60; 8 at $50; 11
at $40; 5 at $35. Direct from
school officials. * Special enrollment.
Act immediately. W. H. Jones, Mgr.,
Columbia, S. C..
F INTERESTED in buying a new gun,
we would like to show you our line
of Parker, Lefiver, Sterlingworth,
Ithaca and several other makes.
Summer Bros. Co. 2t.
IU Jtt.1 J'KliSJSDS AJIIJ FATKUJS?
3lease send us your laundry to our *
store. We will give you good and
sanitary work. Basket goes Wednesday
and returns Friday afternoonAnne
0. Ruff, agent
?miTr iv tawv
r f XXJLJU^, x.1 iV If ii ^au ai^UUU CU1U Dtc
our 2 1-4 H. P. "Hired man' gasoline
engine. Now selling for $i>2.00 and
frt. Summer Bros. Co. 2t.
iE StIBE you buy "The National mazda
lamp." You will always find
"Sunbeam" stamped on every Jamp.
Try them. Summer Bros. Co.
SAUSAGE CASIXGS?we have a full
supply of casings for your sausage.
Phone 110 and 232. E. M. Lane &
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left and they are the best on the
market. Tarquhar No. 1. See us because
they must be sold. Summer
Bros. Co. 2t
MKES of all kinds. If you need any
thing in the way of cakes we can
supply you. E. M. LaBe & Co.
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN?One
black and tan leg hound, bob tail, j
one split ear, and white on front
feet, name Bob. Left Whitmire Friday
night and supposed to have gone
oward A. R.' Dorroh's down below
Bush river church. Any information
leading to recovery of this dog will
be paid for by A. M. Watson, Whitmire,
LASTED?Position as farm worker,
manager, or overseer, industrious
and sober. J. Wymon Riser, Newberry,
SPECIAL PRICE this week on canned
goods by the case. Buy by tne case
and save money. Phone Xo. 110 and
212. E. M. Lane & Co.
jAUER KRAUT?Just received a barrel
of extra fine sauer kraut. Phone
110 and 212. E. M. Lane and Co.
AE SELL THE STAR PEA thrasher
the thrasher that does the work,