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The Movements of Many People, ?wberrians,
and These Who Visit
Mr. W. C. Waldrop spent Thanksgiving
Mr. J. F. Moore, the piano man, is in
Mrs. S. F. Taylor ,of Newberry, spent
today in the city.?Rock Hill Record,
W. B. Wise, of Little Mountain, came
to Columbia yesterday.?The State,
Col. E. H. Aull, of Newberry, was
among the visitors in the city today.?
Greenwood Journal, 29th.
Mr. W. D. Hardy, of Blairs, was in
Union on business Tuesday.?Union
Miss Susan Dean, of Laurens, spent
Thanksgiving with Miss Anne 0.
Capt. J. 0. Meredith, conductor on
the Southern, has moved his family
to this city.?Greenwood Journal.
Miss Tillie Deaver is the guest of
Miss Butler Fant, of Newberry.?Carlisle
cor. Columbia Record, 29th.
M. M. Buford, of Newberry, was at i
the Jerome yesterday.?The State, ;
President Geo. W. Summer, of the !
Moll oh on mills, Newberry, S. C? was
in New York this week.?Southern
Textile Bulletin, 27th. I
Mrs. J. W. Simmons, of Newberry,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Rivers j
Stone. She will spend several days
Onortonlwro' Innrna 1_ 2fith.
XICI C. opa* v w%*?7 ? .
Miss Minnie Fleming, of Carlisle,
left this week for Newberry to spend
some time with her aunt, Miss Minnie
Gist.?Union Times, 28th.
Miss Smith, of Chappells, is visit- j
mg her sister, Miss Blanche Smith,
at Chicora college.?Greenville Piedmont,
Mrs. G. B. Shockley was called to
Newberry Sunday on account of the
serious illness of her father.?Lexington
Hrs. W. H. Hare and boys visited |
Tr?>m C!_ CraDS. of New- 1
'J.^1 VI VV4AV* y v ^
berry last Sunday.?Delmar cor. Saluda
Standard, 27tn. ,
Dr. J. Henry Harms was present in
Orangeburg at the meeting of the
Knights Templar last Tuesday
evening and made a talk. i
Miss Lilla Kibler is the latest to join
the Old Guard, being a member
Company J, as reporter in tfte last;
*ssue of the Lutheran Church Visitor.
Mrs. Jcfcn Martin Kinard compli-'
mented her guest, Mrs. A. P. Easter- j
ling, of Aiken, with an afternoon re-'
ception on Tuesday at her home in
Mrs. A. P. Easterling, of Aiken, and
Mrs. Clinton Brogdon, of Brogdon,
were complimented by Mrs. W. H. j
rrr;i? hriHjrp nartv of two
^jCLL WlIC uc* x ^
tables on Wednesday afternoon.
A letter from Mrs. Geo. A. Wright,,
of Johnston, is full of good cheer.
Brother Wright, while not yet ready
for work, seem? to be improving. ?,
Baptist Courier. 27th.
Oliver Havird, of Newberry, came
up Tuesday night to see "The Girl of
My Drea ns" at the opera house.?Ab-,
beville Medium. Didn't know the girl
of dreams lived there.
President J. H. Harms, of Newberry |
college, spent a short while in the
city Tuesday evening and Wednesday
jmorning.?-Orangeburg Times and De- .
iiiccrat. 27th. And weren't you glad '
to see him? We know you were.
Mrs. Eugene F. Greneker, of Augusta,
came to Newberry Saturday to get \
her mother-in-law, Mrs. Corrie Grene- j
ker to return with' her on a visit.'
Taey left for Augusta Monday.
Mr. Clarence C. Epting, of Pomaria,!
one of the students going home about 1
a month ago with typhoid fever, has
returned to his studies. He rooms at
Mr. J. A. Lindsay's.
Mrs. P. F. Baxter and Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Baxter saw the airships in Co- I
lumb*a Thanksgiving day.
Mr. James A. Burton, Jr., of Atlanta, i
is in the city.
Mr. Tick Smith has been stationed
here again to the delight of his friends ;
who are glad to welcome 'him oack.?
Calhoun Falls cor. Anderson Mail.
That is our Jack they call Tick.
"W. H. Hare and family recently j
took a trip to Parr Shoals to see the ;
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power wonts uemg uu^iu wcic. it 10
well worth anyone's time and trouble |
to see this work.?Delmar cor. Saluda j
Misses Mary Link, Helen Smith, of j
Newberry, Elise Wannamaker, of j
Cheraw, and Miss Clinkscales, of Spartanburg.
spent Thanksgiving here as j
tfte guests of Miss Augusta Blake.?
Mr. M. L. Bullock returned Thursdav
from Clinton. He went there
Tuesday to see his old army comrade
Mr. Geo. Smith, whom he had not seen
I since the surrender. Mr. Bullock and
Mr. Smith were members of Co. G. Sejcond
cavalry, C. S. A.
It was a great pleasure to meet, in
the afternoon, the Sunday school ot
St. Paul's congregation, of which the
new .\i. j. tpxing, u. u., is tne auje
'and efficient pastor.?Lutheran Churcj
Visitor. There is a strong bon^ between
Savannah and Xewberry.
The men who will represent the
Xewberry Stylus at Due West at the
meeting of the South Carolina College
: Press association are: N. M. Biser, L.
Riser, J. L. Keitt and C. D. Weimar.?
cor. Daily Press, 1st.
Mr. J. Y. Cooley entertained recently
Mr. Mart Nichols, wife and
daughter, of Newberry, Mrs. Lowman,
of Silverstreet, also Mr. Joe Long,
of Silverstreet. Miss Nichols is a student
of Summerland college.?Lees
ville cor. Batesburg Herald, 27th.
Mr. Ward Simmons, of the U. S. S.
Terry, now stationed at Charleston,
came to Newberry Friday, after at;
tending the Shriners' meeting in Sumter.
He left on Saturday for Spartanburg
to visit his mother and sisters
before returning to his duties.
The Rev. Dr. Monroe .J. Epting was
in the city Thursday, on his return
home from Greenwood where, on Wednesday
night he had officiated in the
marriage ceremony of a niece, brief
f n-Viinli -n-ill ho frmnd pi CP.
lllfli'vC \J 1 ? HIV/U. f? 1XJL KT\*
The home of Jeff B. Amick in the
upper pari of town has been purchased
by Congressman A. F. Lever who is
having it remodeled. If Madam Rumor
be true, the house when completed
will be occupied by one of our prominent
young couples who are soon to
be married.?Lexington Dispatch,
Rev. W. C. Shaeffer, Jr., pastor of
the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer,
Atlanta, is the president of synod.
To meet him is to be impressed with
his strong personality. To hear him,
is to be moved and stirred profoundly.?Lutheran
Church Visitor. Newberry
likes to hear of "Carl," in such
a pieasam uiituuci.
Col. and Mrs. W. H. Hunt, Mr. and
Mrs. I. H. Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
McCaughrin and lintle Albert, Misses
Fannie and Lucy McCaughrin, Miss
Minnie Gist and Mrs. 0. McR. Holmes
were in Greenwood Thursday and
took Thanksgiving dinner with Mrs.
J. C. Harper, who was Miss Nannie
Misses Margaret Davis, Cornelia
Mayer and Marion Jones, of the College
for Women, spent Thanksgiving
a^ home, coming on Saturday and re
turning to Columbia Monday. Miss
Virginia Pool, of Williamston. spent
the time with her schoolmate, Miss
Mayer. Miss Margaret Burton, another
of the students visited Miss Janie
Morse, in Abbeville.
Mr. Thos. P. Wicker and his bride
arrived Saturday. They will be at
home to their friends at 820 Langford
street. Welcome to Newberry. The
friends are glad to receive Thos. P.
Wicker as a groom and his bride to
their city and to .'have them among the
younger married set in the social life
of the place. May their residence
here be one of happiness and all the
good of life.
Dr. John Henry Harms, president of
Newberry college, while in town on
business connected with the college,
made an address before the school on
Wednesday morning. He was in a very
happy vein and throughout his talk he
tried to emphasize the need and importance
of an education to his young
hearers. This community has always
been very loyal to Newberry, and at
all times those connected with the
college are welcome to the uomes of
its many friends.?Cameron cor. News
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Old Santa Claus will soon be with
us again.?Orangeburg Times and Democrat.
He has sent word that he
would be in Newberry on time.
Fourteen are dead as result of football
and 175 have been injured in
games this year.?Headlines in daily
Many of the stores were closed a
part of Thursday and it was a quiet
and peaceful Thanksgiving day in
Mr. Edison talks like a newspaper
man. He says he gets sick when he
stops work.?Anderson Mail. That
man Edison must be all right.
Are there enough suffragettes or
suffragists in Newberry to organize
an association. The suffraget hasn't
had the suffrage yet.
We are thankful that buttermilk has
been so plentiful and its price so
cheap the past year.?Greenville Piedmont.
Funny man, that.
Pellagra had more cases in South
Carolina in 1913 than in 1912, alt.:oujli
Xewberry county had less,?37 in 1912
?' and 8 in 1913.
David Hayes won the drum and co".
boy suit for the mosi: votes at tli
| book and variety store of .Jno. ?
Preachers as a general rule liardl
ever go hunting. It is hard luck tha
when one does go he misses perform
I ing a marriage ceremony.
. I >
! We told you of Cheshire's Harpooi
j few days ago. The Harpoon has hun
its harp upon a willow tree, sorry
say. because Mr. Cheshire could liavi
given us some live reading matter.
; Some of the moving pictures ma:
be extravagant, but they portray ree
life.?Anderson Mail. "Ain't it so?'
: 'Tis in Xewberry at the Arcade, th<
Theato and the Opera house.
1 Do the movinsr Dicture makers evei
go into wnter quarters??Andersoi
Mail. No and we are glad of it
Don't know wnat some people in New
berry would do if they did.
Toe Ladies Aid society of the Firsl
Thursday night, near the midnight
thour. But the cause was only a cast
of matches set by rats in the store oi
E. M. Lane & Co. Discovered in time
to be put out before there was any
| Ultimately there will be a network
of interurban electric railway ir
South Carolina. Already the work is
well under way and, in a few more
years, should be twice as far advanc
ed.?Excnange. 1 ms is me son 01
talk we like to hear. Hope Newberry
will be in it.
Abbeville Medium reproduces what
jThe Herald and News said about illicit
liquor selling. The Medium says
that "some persons seem to think that
the enforcement of t'ae whiskey laws
is a duty of prohibitionists,'' and
that "it is a little curious that their
i logic is not applied to other laws."'
' For the period of five minutes, at
11 o'clock Friday morning, every of
fice and train and snop on the Southern,
suspended work. At that hour the
late president's funeral was being held.
The five minutes silence along thai
great system must have been impressive.
The Y. M. C. A. has begun a study
of Dr. Weatherford's "Present Forces
in Negro Porgress,'' under the skilled
leadership of Dr. George B. Cromer.
Much interest has been taken in the
work. The men seem to appreciate
Dr. Cromer's baility by giving him a
large class.?Cor. Daily Press, 1st.
Thanksgiving day was a great time
for bird and rabbit hunting and hunJ
n**/l Krvxrc ttrA*?A Aiif f
UICUS Ui. UlCli anu UUJJ vy^ie-VUi. niui
gun and dogs. Master J. S. Floyd, the
nine year old son of John S. Floyd, of
number six township, while picking
cotton that day counted 1,035 shots
fired b\ hunters in his neighborhood.
; The Sunday school mass meeting
at the First Baptist church on Sunday
afternoon as mentioned in last week's
paper, was well attended, and each
speaker held the attention of the hearers
by his happy remarks. A spirit
of enthusiasm prevailed, making the
meeting a successful prelude to the
meeting this Monday nigh.- at the
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer.
If I had to single out one gift of
God as being the chief one of many
in my daily life I believe I would say.
"Thank God for a mind to work."?
i Union Times. That is a new one, but
a good one and one of the best yet,
but judging from the daily walk and
conversation and chief actions, there
are a few in Newberry who don't
thank God for a mind to work.
The Greenville Piedmont says
some people over in York county live
in Chester all the time. But there's
nothing in a name. ' Over in Newberry
county we know of a town they
call rrospericy.?union neraia. aiiu
we also have Silverstreet, which is not
so very far from Goldville. Could
mention more, but that's enough.
The time of year is coming when
i some people will indulge in the abominable
habit of spelling Christmas
Xmas. It is an easy way and con
venient, but that is all can be said for
| ii. It is ugly and wrong and spoils a
good word. It is hard to understand
how so many really sensible people
can be guilty of the habit. Surely it
is simple thoughtlessness on their
i In Newberry it is as in other places.
The poet says he hesitates to draw
the line between the two classes ol
man where God has not drawn it.
| That one finds so much of goodness in
. men whom men condemn, and find sc
' ^ n>VkA TV1 TTk .
mucn Oi SILL 111 Ilieil wiium men piunounce
divine. It is an interesting
study to the student of human nature
It is something like the blending ol
the sanity and insanity of the mind.
The attorney general says it is unlawful
to sell paper cap pistols, and
it is to be hoped the law will be enforced
during the holidays. Heretofore
this law has been a dead letter
j and the paper cap pistol has been sold
i open and above board. It is a good
| iaw, and the dealer who fails to obi
, Contest Will C
; Dec. 19 at T
t R. H. Anderson and Summer
terest in Contest by Av?
a es as Specials
The prizes last week were given by
1 Gilder and Weeks. E. M. Lane Grocery
Co., and J. T. Mayes and Co.
Miss Louise Counts won first choice. 1
1 Mrs. Geo. Senn was second and Miss
Yida Counts was content with the
2 third. These young ladies wis-.i to
.thank the merchants for these useful
? :gif s. They say taat it shows that a
j merchant's "heart is in the right
place,"' when he donates prizes in a
contest like this. j
Tliis Week's Specials.
' "Let your light so shine" is w :at :
L Mr. Summer of Summer Bros. Co., said
' when he told the contest manager lie ;
3 would give to the young lady who
brought in the most casa lor subscripJ
tions, job work or advertising by Saturday,
December 6 at 2 o'clock, onehalf
dozen Mazdo Tungston lamps.
: Again we are giving a lady's dress- ;
[ skirt. This time the gift of R. H.
: Anderson, and the young lady winning i
t this prize has her choice of any $3.">0 ;
. skirt in the liouse. They have some
: beauties too, you must call and look
' through their stock. : 1
Special Bonus Offers.
' i !'
' I mi_ _ xi _ _ i? t ?. v _ I i ,
ine inree oners 01 last weeK noia j
good again this week?100,000 extra j
votes for every club of $35.00 worth of ;
' those "job work or advertising" cou- ;
pons sold. 75,000 extra votes for every .
club of fifteen one year new subscrib- l
| ??* -- ?
serve it should be made to pay the
penalty.?Dillon Herald. Lives may
be saved in Newberry as well as else
where by observing this law. j ]
The Columbia State of the 27th car-!1
ries a story of another double wedding '
?this time in the family of Mr. C. C. *
Cooner, of Eau Claire, Columbia. Mr. <
Cocpor. 'he lather oi' thp ;wo young!1
men in the joint affair, is a brother-in- ! <
law of Mrs. B. E. Julien, of Helena,
and the double wedding is a matter of,
interest to many persons.; Dr. Ernest j
Cooper and Mr. Wm. Cochran Cooper
married on the evening of che 27th,
at 6 o'clock, the one in Baltimore and
rt+iVi ar in TTl/-?rormo | <
lut UUJtl 1U l 1W1 vuvv
That set of false teeth was called !
for. There have been many things i
lost and so mentioned in these columns,
but never a false set of teeth. ^
We were prepared to give the teeth ?.
to the first party calling, knowingly
that nobody would use teeth belonging
to somebody else, so just as coon
as a man the next day came in and
claimed them they were given over,
although it was at first tnought the
set belonged to a woman's mouth,
* * * - -O 11 in.ik
trom tne size 01 me icem. I ^
Sheriff Cannon G. Blease and Deputy j c
Wm. M. Dorroh went to Mr. W. J. i ]
Wicker's place in the country on j
Sunday morning and arrested Belt
Piester for shooting Teague Sligh. ]
They also arrested Bag Piester for
selling liquor and Pleas Caldwell for (
1 - j rrv.? I
carrying conceaieu wtapuu. xuc uri
ficers brought the men, all colored, to f
jail. Bf.g Piester gave bond. The
shootir.g between Belt Piester and ]
Teague Sligh occurred at the above
mentioned place on Saturday night. (
Sligh was shot through the hip, the
ball coming out at the pit of the ]
stomach, and is dangerously wound,
' j Funny. A man comes to the rereporter
and relates something. He
is aware that it is the reporter's business
to write and he knows at the j
time he is talking to a newspaper
man, who is liable to print it if it is
worth printing and he thinks the man 1
is talking for publication. The re- '
? on /J nrinto V?i?s ctllff
yui LCI guca au^au auu j.n*uvW w.? <
The man sees him next day and tells j
him he didn't intend that for publi,
cation, or this, that or the other about
it, he has to have something to say.
Sometimes he tells other people the
, same taing, but they see through it
and know how to take him, even as
. the reporter sees and knows. j.
Selliner Ford Cars. ! J
Summer's garage has been selling ]
Ford cars some recently. The follow- >
ing is a list of those who have recently |
1 purchased Ford touring cars from the j
' Summer garage agency:
I t ? i? ? nyrm T Tir;il "Tz-wtvi i.
JUIill iXLlUtSI , -J. will ouuci , ium j
' Abrams, W. P. McCullough, Whitmire. ,
; Joe W. Epting, Ed. Schumpert. Turn- <
" er Hipp, W. T. Livingston, Newberry.
Christmas Gift for You at Robinson's. ]
Robinson's Ten Cent store is giving ]
[ away to the first 500 Christmas shop- j j
-1 pers, a beautiful souvenir?present, j
This is worth in value about three j
, times as much as the present chey gave j
[' away to their first Christmas shoppers ]
[ last year. Shop early and get yours. 5
?Adv. ^ ,'i
Bros. Co. Take Personal Inrarding
ers. 7.1,000 extra votes for every club
of twenty-five one year renewals of
subscriptions iO The Herald and News.
In addition to these offers wo make
another that positively will only last
till December 6.
Instead of the regular ?cale of 1,000
votes to the dollar for job work and
advertising, we will give 2,000 votes
for each dollar. This is besides the
100,000 bonus for the $35.00 club.
T'liese special bonus offers are the
things that count and you should not i
stop at taking advantage of just one,;
but double up. Get as many clubs as j
Just think of it only two more weeks j
till you will be glad or sad.
It behooves each and every contescant
to get as busy as you can, for you!
realize that the time will soon roll j
around ana it you do not take advantage
ol' this good advice and opportunity
knocking at your door you will
perhaps be an eye witness to a grand
procession 'led by a grander prize, the
player piano, headed for your neighbor's
home, when it would have perhaps
been going to your house had
you taken your opportunity by the
hand and gone forth as suggested.
Call on Mrs. Bullock, the contest
manager, at any time and let her help
you win one of these prizes.
Correct standing of contestants will
be published in next issue.
Clean Up Week.
The Civic association has arranged
with tCie city authorities for the people
of Xewberry to observe the second
week in December, beginning December
8th, as Clean Up Week. An addi
i o 1 r\ o nf M'ill V\a r?rrvTrirl arl
,1UHCL1 V^CLl L IJLl pi \J V ailU 1UU11
lay will be given to the work of get- '
:ing up trash, etc. Then the carts will
:ome around on:
Tuesday, Ward 1.
Wednesday, Ward 2.
Thursday, Ward 3. I
Friday, Ward 4.
Saturday, Ward 5.
The housekeepers are urged now
md at all tim&s to put their trash in
receptacles of some kind, as the oriinance
requires, and not loose on the j
3 ti V/^ V*
Christmas will soon be here and we
>ught to have a clean town with which
:o finish up the year. This will mean
lot only a good appearance for our
:own but health for us all as well.
Please be ready for the carts at the
lT. D. C. Convention. .
This convention will be held on I
December 24, at Edgefield. In the list
)f delegates and place of entertamnen;;
are the following from this town
md county: !
Mrs. E. Pendleton Jones and Mrs.
R. D. Wright with Mrs. J. W. Leak.
Mrs. J. H. Harms with Mrs. Joe '
Miss Gertrude Bobb with Miss
Mrs. W. H. Hunt wit> Mrs..Mamie
Miss Ethel Bowers witih Mrs. Kate
Mrs. W. H. Carwile with Mrs. R. A.
Monday was a very disagreeable day,
raining most of the morning, and,
herefore, the attendance upon the
public sales was not large, though in
'he three cases by the master most of
the land sold at a good price.
In the case of D. B. Cook et al
igainst W. Henry Hughey et al 36.03
icres were bought by D. B. Cook for
5800.00; 138.37 acres by D. B. Cook
In the case of Thomas W. Folk et al
igainst Ada L. Perry et al there were
several tracts, toe same being the real
estate formerly owned by Capt. H.
H. Folk, deceased; 23.92 acres were
Dought by E. C. Folk for $6,000.00; 1
L66.97 acres by J. A. Crapps for
51,300.00; 249.73 acres by C. M. Folk
for $2,500.00; 135.18 acres by C. M.
Polk for $600.00; 45.48 acres by Joan
H. Shealy for $1,855.00; 58.70 acres by
r. W. Folk for $1,400.00; 60.28 acres
->v C. M. Folk for $680.00.
In the case of the British American
Mortgage company against Hettie I. ,
Kennerly et al 283 acres were sold to j (
the National bank of Newberry for ,
It is R. H. Anderson not Anderson !
Dry Goods store that is giving the 1
lady's dress skirt in The Herald and
S'ews contest this wek.
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20 Pounds Sugar $1.00.
With every $5.00 worth o? goods you j
Duy, you are entitled to 20 pounds of
sugar for $1.00, Moselev Bros., Pros- 1
verity, S. C.?Adv.
(By. Robt. McC. Holmes). fjj
Good middling 13'.4V
(By Summer Bros. Co.)
Cotton seed 45
Pom aria. S
Cotton seed 1.45 A
Little Mountain. 9
Good middling . .1314
Cotton seed 1.50
Whit mire. V
Good noddling 13*4 ^
Cotton seed 44
Good middling 13&
Cotton seed 42 M
Good middling 13%
Cotton seed 42
Good middling 13
Cotton seed .1.50 V
Good middling 13^4
Cotton seed 45 V
SPECIAL NOTICES. I
One Cent a Word, No advertisement
taken for lest ' %
than 25 cents.
FOR SALE?One 15 K. P. Ajax engine, fl
One No. 1 Saw mill, one 9 H. P. V
one Case engine, one Case thrasher,
which I will sell for $1,500 cash.
All in good running shape. H. W.
Bowles, Whitmire, S. C. . J
WASTED?several hogs weighing
about 100 to 125 pounds. See us be- jH
fore you sell any kind of cattle or
hogs. The Cash Grocery, M. Lane
& Co. Phone 110 or 212. llj
POULTRY WANTED?Hens, 11 cts.
per pound, roosters, young, 7cts.;
chicks, 14 cts., Highest prices for V
eggs. Player & Graham. 1
WE SELL THE STAR PEA thrasher A
the thrasher that does the werk,
Johnson-McCrackin Co. wM
0>~E SOLID CAR Y. Crimp and patent H
Lock roofing just received, get our H
prices and save monev Johnson
11-lltf. - ,,v *
SMITH'S LIVER PILLS?For the re- <
lief of Torpid Liver, Sick Headache,
Biliousness, Dizziness, Dyspepsia,
Sour Stomach, Indigestion, Loss of
Sleep, Malarial Poison, etc. Price
per box 25 doses 25c. Mail orders so
licited. P. E. Way, Druggist, Newberry,
S. C. i
RET A BOX TODAY?guaranteed.
Price 25c .None better nor just as
good. Smith's Liver Pills for sale J
by P. E. Way, druggist, Newberry,
3. c. M
TES we sell Patent Lock VCrimp
BE SURE AND SEE our single and
DOUBLE ROW STAIK CUTTERS.
WE SELL 3fO. 10 plotf points for 20c. k
JJohnson-McCrackin Co. r
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN?If sold at
once, five shares of Newberry Building
and Loan stock. W. H. Anedrson,
Greenwood, S. C., box 100. j.
CARLOAD HOGS?We will have at our g
stables Friday and Saturday car- A
. load of fine #Tennessee hogs. Sum
mer-Wise Stock Co.
JTULES, MULES?I Will be in New
berry first of January, 1914, with
load of best mules I can buy J.
SALES WITHDRAWS?The two
pieces of town property advertised
by me for sale have been withdrawn
on account of bad weather. They
will be sold on first Monday in Jan- i
uary. B. L. Jones. *
SALE PEKSO>AL FKOF1SKTY.
Notice is hereby given that we, as
administrators of Capt. H. H. Folk,
deceased, will sell at his late residence
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon on December
15, 1913, the following personal
property, of which the said deceased
died seized and possessed.
Five wasrons. six mules, farm imple
ments and other personal property
Df said deceased. .
Terms of sale cash.
C. M. Folk,
T. W. Folk,