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PURELY PERSONAL
The Movements of many People, N'ewberrians,
and Those Vt'Iio Visit
Newberry.
Mr. \V. H. Hunt of Newberry was a
business visitor in the city yesterday.
?Laurens Advertiser.
JMierm .u. m. i^uioru 01 .\ew oerry
is registered at the Jerome while in Columbia?The
Rtcord.
Mr. Homer Moyc-r of Newberry college
is home for his vacation.?Johnsi
on Times.
Miss Eva Frick of Chapin spent a few
days at the nome of Mr. J. B. Amick
in Summer street.
Miss Sarah Williamson of Xewberry
is visiting '.Viss Vennie Eleazer.? Chapin
cor. State.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Boulware of Newberry
spent Friday with relatives here.
?Chapin cor. State.
Miss Claire 'Connor is visiting her
cousin, i.Yiss Harriett Mayer.?Greenwood
Journal.
Miss Lallah Martin has returned I
from Newberry, where she spent the
holidays.?Spartanburg Herald.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward of Newberry are
"visiting their daughter, i\;rs. Wm. Padgett.?The
State.
Miss Lillian Smith returned Sunday
from a two weeks' stay in Columbia
and Prosperity.?Saluda Standard.
Mrs. J. W. Haltiwanger has returned
from a visit to her father, Mr. Summer,
in Newberry.?The State.
Mrs. P. E. Scott of Newberry was
the guest last week of Mrs. Thomas
T. Moore in Sumter street.?The State.
William Halfacre has returned from
a visit to his grand parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. E. (Maybin, in Union county.
Ernest Jeter of Delta spent a couple
of days with his cousin, William Halfacre,
returning home Sunday.
Miss Lillian Kibler of the city graded
school, has gone to Newberry to
spend the Christmas -vacation.?Laurens
Advertiser.
I
Smith Langford and .Mrs. Langford!
and Henry Cannon of Newberry werej
in Columbia 'Thursday night for "The
^Garden of Allah."?The State.
Those of Newberry college who
spf.-u the yuletide at home were: Sam
Derrick, Roy Balentine, Koy JKrick, j
Wilbur Swygert, Sidney Lindler andi
Hugh Slice.?Chapin cor. State.
Miss Helen Summer returns to New-1
berry today after a visit to her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Summer. Miss I
Verna Summer, who has been at home |
through the holidays, leaves today for!
Silverstreet to resume her duties in !
the graded school.?The State.
We congratulate our neighbor, Th?'
Newberry Herald and News, on its 56- page
issue, celebrating its 50th anni-1
Tersary. Shake, Bro. Aull, we are get-1
ting along there ourselves, but we!
don't intend using up quite so much j
good paper on our 50th occasion.?Our !
Monthly.
Olin F. Fulmer of Savannah, accom- j
panied by Mrs. Fulmer and their little;
children, Olin F., Jr., and William H., |
were in Columbia ivisiting relatives
yesterday and they are in Newberry
today. Mr. Fulmer is a former Columbian
and now holds the position of superintendent
of. agents for the Savannah
agency of the Mutual Life Insurance
company of New York.?The
State.
Joe Maybin was on the streets Sat-;
urday afternoon shaking hands with
his old friends. Joe left Newberry |
nhrmt S vears aso and went West,!
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spending some time as a structural j
iron worker in Missouri, Texas, Okla-!
homa and finally in California, where I
lie was married some 'years ago. Last!
v September he got a transfer from the
navy yard. Long Beach, CaL, to Charr
leeton navy yard, where he now holds a
responsible position. He and his wife
spent Christmas week with his old father
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. j
"ifaybin of near Delta, in Union county, j
On his return to Charleston he and |
Mrs. Maybin stopped over in Newberry
to 'visit his sister, Mrs. :T. E. Wicker,
in College street.
rYJLRIOES AND ALL ABOUT.
Newberry's new policemen are on
the job.
Back to college and to books until
Easter.
The road-dust twice?Drain and Drag
?are first aids to better highways.
TMs is a model new year, since it is
a 191%. model.
Just think, Christmas is less than a
year off.
.When will the white folks be emar..
cipated ?
And now those of us who are obliged
to will return to our work with great
pleasure.
A mule belonging to Henry Dawkins
died in the street near Mr. Hub Evans'
residence New Year's day.
It would take a monster volume to
hold all the new leaves some people
have turned on er.
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College life is just ono book after]
! another, but real life is just one hook
i after another.
| The three-day-old daughter of >{r.
jand Mrs. E. H. Cousins died SundaV j
I morning and was buried at Rosemont i
I
cemetery Monday aiternoon.
An old saying: "What you do on New 1
Year's day you will be doing all the
year." Just think what a fix you'd bp
in if you had hung yourself.
The Calvin Crozier chapter will
meet Tuesday at 4 o'clock with Mrs.
Thad rCcCrackin, instead of with Miss
Mary Wright, as announced last week j
Mr. J. J. H. Brown has bought the j
sales and livery stable formerly operated
by Mr. J. C. Sample and has
moved to town.
The right by husbands reached and
; kept
Were not obtained by sudden flight.
I But they, while their companions siepi,
Were drinking egg-nogg in the night.
Emancipation day, January 1, was
observed by the colored people of
Xewberry Monday last. There was no
parade, such as they sometimes have,
but there was a well attended meeting
in Bethlehem Baptist church. Rev.
'Cooper made the address.
A South Carolina farmer is growing
pninrpri mtfon. He has grown, by care-1
ful seed-breeding, white, cream, tan,
yellow, green, light brown, yellowgreen,
olive green and bronze cotton?
and believes it possible to attain black!
His name is A. E. Brabham?Farm
and Fireside.
The moving picture business that
was formerly operated at the old court
house has been settled and the business
will be resumed by Mr. E. H.
Leslie and bis son, Gorden Leslie, at
the old place in Fraternity hall, in
'Caldwell street.
The joint Christmas tree given by
the Garmany. Mt. Bethel and McCrary
?i~ir rt.'korn-in tvpQ n most
SClllXJ-lS at ucuaiiuii
enjoyable occasion. Tn addition to the
entertainment for the children, Mr.
Lneco Gnnter was present and made
an excellent address in favor of the
consolidation of the schools and the
establishment of a rural graded school
or a real country high school.
Tn speaking of the beautiful Eason
oottaee that has rpcently been erected
at Connie Maxwell, the sunerintendent.
in his annual reno^t. has the following
to say about a former Xewberrian: i
"R]no prints were drawn for the work ,
bv Mr. .T. E. Summer, architect, of
Or pen wood, fo whom we are indebted
for h;s pprsonal intorpst and help, and
who declined to receive any remuner
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auon lux' ui& sci nv-^o.
The police department has adopted
a new and sensible plan for hours on
and off duty. Under the old plan two
policemen went on duty at 1 o'clock I
p. m. and remained on until 1 o'clock
a. m? when they were relieved by the
other two. This necessitated getting
up and going to work at 1 o'clock at
night regardless of the weather or anything
else. The new plan makes the
hours from 7 o'clock to 7 o'clock, or a
whole day on and a whole night off and
vice versa.
Mr. B. B. Reid of the Virginia Insurance
compaiy has a pocket sized museum
which is interesting. He has. a
slug or minnie ball which he picked up
on the battle field of Manasses or Bull
Run, near the spot where Gen. Bee
gave Jackson his immortal nickname.
He also has a small fiat rock picked^ip
in the basin where the ISth South Car- i
olina
regiment was almost annihilated :
by a surprise attack* of the Federals.
Mr. Reid also has two interesting
coins, one of which, a Spanish coin,;
he has carried in his pocket continu- j
ously for 24 years. This coin is dated j
ISOo. He has a copper coin, George j
3rd Hibernia, 17S3. Both 'coins are j
well preserved.
3Ir, and Mrs. 0 .S. Wertz Celebrate]
Golden Wedding. j
(Written for last week.)
Christmas day was a very happy day!
for Mr. and Mrs. Werts, and others be-j
sides, for on this day they passed their |
fiftieth milestone of their married life. |
They had with them on this day all of
their children, with their families,
tneir children being Messrs. Getzen,
Claude and Wilbur-Wertz of Columbia
and Leroy Wertz of Belton; Mesdames
Taylor Goodwyn, Greenwood; DeLessair
Hogan, Congaree, and H. W.
Crouch. A picture of the entire group
was taken.
The day was bright and merrily
spent by this loving circle, and all
good wishes were for this couple. A
regular ante-bellum wedding feast was
served during the day.?Johnstone
Times.
The Herald and News extends to this
young couple its heartiest congratulations
and wishes for them many happy
returns of the anniversary. Mr. Wertz |
is a brother of the late Dr. D. H. iWertz
and Mr. Paul "YVertz of the Jolly Street
community.
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Dividends.
The Herald and News gives a partial
list of the Xewuerry institutions that
ha?e paid cut dividends at the beginning
of the new year.
The Mollohon Manufacturing company
declared a dividend of 3 per cent
semi-annually of the common stock,
.^(13,200, and Z72 per cent 011 the preferred
stock, $llo,800.
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ii iic Lom-uierciai r>aiu\. a stini-aiiuucii
dividend of 6 per cent on a capital of
$50,000.
The National Bank a semi-annual
dividend of 2 per cent on a capital of
$100,000.
The Exchange Bank a semi-annual
dividend of 3 per cent on a capital o'
$50,000.
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The Newberry Cotton Mills a semiannual
dividend of 5 per cent on a
capital of $500,000.
The Farmers ana Merchants bank of
Little Mountain a semi-annual dividend
of 4 per cent on a capital of $20,000.
Daniel-Sidbury.
Miss Willie Wellington Daniel, a
member of the faculty of Columbia
college and the eldest daughter of the
president, Dr. William W. Daniel, was
married yesterday afternoon at the
college to Dr. J. Buren Sidbury of Wilmington.
The spacious halls and reception
rooms of the main building of
the college, which yield so effectively
to adornment, were never more tastefully
and attractively decorated. (The
halls, darkened with green hangings
and softened with a twilight glow of
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e.ecinc 1:51115, weie eucircieu wxlu
North Carolina pines, emblematic of
the native state of the bridegroom.
The large columns were green, with!
clinging smilax, extending the entire)
length of the overhanging woodwork
and increasing the effect of the lovely
sylvan scene. In the east parlor where
the ceremony took place, the altar was
draped with palmettoes, azaleas and
South Carolina smilax, emblematic of
the nativ4 state of the bride. Banked
fenrs and potted plants graced the various
nooks and corners. At 3:30
o clock /.Yiiiss Eva Wyatt of the senior
class of the college sounded the LohenI
grin march and the ushers, Walter W.!
Daniel, Jr., and Rodney Gary, entered.
The bride, wearing a moaisn ana De- j
coming traveling suit of brown broad- 1
cloth, entered the east parlor, accom- j
panied by her mother, Mrs. W. W. Dan-1
iel, and preceded by her maid of honor,
Miss Jylia Daniel, her only sister. Be-;
fore the altar she was met by the!
bridegroom and his best man, the Rev. i
W. V. McRae, pastor of Trinity Methodist
church, Wilmington. The Rev. ;
Dr. Daniel, father of the bride, per- j
foimed the ceremony. After he vows
had been taken Miss Wyatt played
Mendelssohn's wedding march and the
party proceeded into the main parlor,'
where they received the congratulations
of the guests. _ Here a btwy of
waitresses. Misses Lois Hudsins, Mary
Langford, Carrie Haltiwanger, Lucia
Edson and Helen Clayton, served a de-,
licious cours of ices and wedding cake.1
Assisting Mrs. Daniel in receiving
were Mesdames J. M. Arail, E. A.
^oozer, F. H. Hyatt and E. T. Cato.
The large number of beautiful and valuable
gifts were on display in the west
parlor; where iMiisses Susie Langford, j
Gertrude Manning and Olive Counts
assisted in receiving. Especially conspicuous
were t'ne gifts of the various
classes which Miss Daniel has taughi!
since her connection with the college.
Immediately after the reception the
bridal pair motored to the Seaboard
station and took the northbound train
for a bridal trip.
Mrs. Sidbury, as Miss Daniel, has
been a po-pular and able member of
the college racuity ior tnree years anu
she will be greatly missed by the stu-:
dent body and a host of friends in Co- j
lumbia. Dr. Sidbury is a prominent;
and successful young specialist of Wil-'
mington, where a large number of
friends and relatives will welcome his ,
bride when they return to take up their j
residence there. Although the wed-'
ding was a private one, a number of
Columbia friends and others from a
distance were present. Among the out- j
of-town guests were: Misses Gertrude
Manning and Omega Ellerbe, Latta; (
Mr. and Mrs. X. E. Aull, Estill; Miss,
Munroe Owens, Dunbarton; Misses Susie
and iMarv Langford and Olive!
Counts, Prosperity; Miss Helen Clayton,
Central; Miss Eva Wyatt, Easley;
Miss Edith Sidbury, Scotts Hill, N. C.;
the Rev. W. V. McRae, Wilmington, X.
C.; Miss Lois Hudgins, Williamston;
Mrs. W. E. Vernonr Darlington; Col.
and Mrs. E. H. Anil, .\ewberry.?rne
State.
The Herald and News has been lato
several times in trie recent past, 'but
it is going to be our effort to go to
press in time to make the mails and
get the paper in town on the afternoon
of publication, even if we bave to do
it by leaving off some advertisements.
We would regret to do that, but we
must look after the interests of our
subscribers, and to this end we ask
the co-operation of those who have advertisements,
as well as those who
iiave notices they want printed.
MR. STONE APPRECIATED.
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Address Letter to West End Church
at .Newberry, Where Mr. Stone
Has (2<>ne.
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Anderson Mail.'
As an expression of the appreciation'
of the services rendered them, and to
(show the high esteem in which they;
iield their pastor, the congregation of
I tbe Orrville Baptist church have ad- j
i dressed the following letter to the sec!
ond Baptist church at Xewberry, to
which place Rev. Stone and his family
moved Wednesday of this week:
To the Second Baptist Church,
"Xewberry S. C.
"Dear Brethren:
"Iur beloved pastor, Rev. H. W.j
Stcne. has seen tit to sever his con-'
necticn with our church and is about j
to become your pastor.
"We are greatly grieved over the loss
of our dear brother, but are willing
to take an unselfish position in the
matter, and wish for him much, suc-i
i
cess in his new field. We want to go I
| 011 record, however, as saying that we j
are only lending mm to you, ana 11 is;
our purpose to have him with us again J
at no distant date.
"In Mrs, Stone, Rev. H. W. Stone i
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has a most wonderful helpmate and j
companion, and we can honestly assure !
you that these two Christian people j
j will be a most valuable asset tc your I
church and community.
"Very respectfully,
"Orrville Baptist Church,
"John A. Hayes, Acting i\i,'oderator.
"E. M. Wood, Clerk."
SEW YEAR'S RECEPTION
AT O'NEAL L STREET CHURC7I
One of the most beautiful scenes of \
the season was a reception given Saturday
evening by the junior boys in
honor of the Junior girls. The guests
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were mei ai tne uuui uj iu?oi o. v>v/nt
Bouknight and Charlie Thrift and ushered
into the Sunday school room
through a door beautifully arched with
honeysuckles and other evergreens, j
from which was extended a large bell. 1
The room was beautifully decorated
with pot flowers and New Year decorations.
As the girls entered the room j
they were met by a large number of j
boys, who portrayed all the cunning-!
ness of the junior age. After an in- j
formal introduction and a hail of hap- j
py New Year's greetings thrilled the
room they were called to order by the
toastmaster (Mr. Charlie Bradley) anl:
afrer a song they were addressed by.
yjf-n TP "P" iPamncnn nn thp Rllhient of I
I'll . JL* A. A. VIA V-? V V?>~^?vv W"The
Present Day Sunday School," |
after which a number of interesting
games were played. Just at this time;
they were called by the pastor, Rev.j
Gobe Smith. Each boy followed his j
partner and an old-time cake walk I
followed. As they marched around the '
church the third time the gun was!
fired and Mr. Burley Bouknight and j
Miss Bertha Gentry were declared the;
winners. They were called into the;
room again where a delightful course
of salad and hot chocolate was served, j
(The occasion was brought to a close:
by the singing of a song and prayer;
led by Superintendent AV. C. Bouk-'
night. *
Laurens Hardeman.
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Our Juniors bid fair to the future,!
and in fact our school is in the "best!
condition of its history. We had 337 '
present Sunday, and the school is
only in a normal condition. By God's j
help we will make this the best year in j
its history. Come and be with us. You j
are never counted a stranger.
The Pastor.
"1910."
We not only \vish, but we believe,!
that 1916 will be a Happy Xew Year
for you.
We want 1916 to be complete for you.
We want it to me built like a Goodrich
tire.
i..ay its fabric be one of dependably!
happy days, with never a broken
thread, with the warp and woof of the
hours woven firmly and smooimy.
iVay it bead be one that holds good
fortune tightly to the rim of your am-1
bition.
May its bead be one that holds good
safe.iy and "good going" always.
And may it prove to be the "best in
. the long run" of your life so far, with
the greatest mileage of success you
have ever known.
West End Philatheas.
The Philathea class of West End
Baptist church met with Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Davis last Thursday evening
for the election of officers. The following
were elected: iMt. J. M. Davis,
teacher; Mrs. Bennie Livingston, president;
Mrs. D. A. Bouknight, vice president;
Miss Frank Tines, secretary;
Mrs. Sally Danielsen, treasurer, and (
Miss Nellie McCarey, press reporter.
After the business meeting, the class
was invited into the parlor by Miss
Pearl Davis, where we were entertained
with splendid music, rendered
by Miss Geneva Thornton and Mr.
(Clarence Daivis.
After the music, the hostess served
I hot chocolate and nabiscos.
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Tile Friday Al'lernocn Bridge club
had a most pleasant holiday meeting
with Jiibs Bess Burton Friday after
neon. -j ust tne members were preaen:
Delicious fruit cake and coffee
were served.
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Thursday afternoon Miss Ruby Goggans
entertained a number of friends.
Fi; e tables were arranged for rook
and the game was much enjoyed by
ne twenty players. After the game
a salad course was served.
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iTlie 0. L. Schumpert chapter, Children
of the Confederacy, met Saturday
afternoon with Xancy Fox. An
entertaining program was rendered
and most delightful refreshments
served.
* *
The Saturda; Afternoon Sewing circle
met with Miss Rosalyn Hipp. The
needles moved fast and "ongues as
well, for there was much Christmas
news discussed. Refreshments were
served the following members: Misses
Mary Frances Pool, Annie Rae, Gladys
Chappell, Katherine Wright, Ruby
Gogzans and Mrs. G. L. Kerr.
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Miss Kitty Mayes gave a pleasant
rsrK- Fririav ^vpnins: to watch the
old year out and the new year In.
iVuch fun and merriment were enjoyed
by the score of friends present.
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Miss Marguerite Matthews also gave
an "old-new year" party. Dancing
and games made the time pass pleasantly
for all present.
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A pleasant dance was given by some
of the members of the German club
Thursday evening. Tne lovers of
dancing had an enjoyable time, although
they missed the band music,
which they were unable to procure for
this night.
Birthday Party.
\Tio<5 Tnanita Witt's hirthdaV Darty
was an event of unusual interest to
the large circle of classmates and
friends who gatnered on Thursday afternoon
at her home to do honor to
the only -child of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Hitt. l'his winsome, lively child of
nine years is a general favorite in the
community, and the many tokens of
regard from old and young attest their !
love for this bright young girl. The!
decoration was red and w'aite in the j
dining room, which revealed a sun- j
burst of crimson over the table that
was decorated with red and white carnations.
with a centerpiece of hand
needle work on which were white bon
bons and mints. At the end or tne |
table nine white waxen candles told
tne number of years the young hostess
had enjoyed with her loved ones.
An elegant course was served to the
many happy children?sandwiches,
turkey, crackers, hot chocolate and
minis. It was a pretty scene when to
the music of the piano, the guests
marched into the dining room and
were served by the ladies and larger
girls.
After the luncheon the children were
led to the large grove and enjoyed
games, dancing and romping until the
(even' shadows led thelm homeward
bound with loving wishes that sweet
.Juanita would har. e many years of
happiness of life.
Real Estate Sales.
There was a large crowa in town ua i
Monday- and every one seemed to be
busy, especially at the banks and the
restaurants, and the people generally
nad a spirit of optimism.
(The master had several sales and
there were some other sales, and generally,
the prices were good.
In the case of the People's National
bank against Kempson, 200 acres in
Xo. 9 township was bought by the bank
for $4,450;
Xcwbcrry Savings bank against the;
Silverstreet Warehouse company, the
warehouse property in Silverstreet was
bought by the bank for $1,500.
IViola McLean against Crouch and
others the sale was withdrawn.
The probate judge sold for the probate
judge of Laurens, in the case of
C. B. Johnson against Mrs. Mattie A.
Johnson and others, 270 acres to C. B.
Tnhncnn frvr SI 500
Frank R. Hunter, as agent, sold the I
following of the Blease,, property in j
Main street:
Lot No. 1, to Jas. C. Sample for $895.
Lot No. 2, to W. R. Gauntt for $825.
Lot No. 3, to W. R. Gauntt for $750.
Lot No. 4, to W. R. Gaunt for $750.
Lots Nos. 5 and 6, to Henry Havird,
as agent for J. C. Sample, for $1,200.
The sale of the Asbill property at
Silverstreet was made by Harry H.
Blease as attorney in fact for Mrs. Ida
L. Asbill and was bought in as a
whole by Blease & Blease, attorneys,
for $2,150.
Subscribe to The Herald and News,
Jjl.50 a year with two magazines.
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FOR SALE.
At my residence, four mr.es east of
Xewberry on the Appalachian highway, m
on January 14, 1915 (Friday), I will I
sell to the highest bidder for cash all
my household goods and kitchen fur-'
' niiure, farm implements, etc.
j2-31-td J. J. H.BROWN.
Attention Pensioners.
I will be in the auditor's office each
| Saturday in January to prepare pension
blanks'. Widows whose husbands
! were on the pension roll do not have ^
< to prove the service of their hus- fl
; bands, but have to sign the application
j and get the auditor's certificate as to
! property owned. Do not wait until ^
, the last day. I
W. G. Peterson,
Pension Commissioner.
j Dr. F. C. Martin J JB
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! 3> Examines Eyes, Fits Glasses and ^
1^ Artificial Eyes. * M
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i If your eyes are giving you trou- <$>
^ hie dont fail to consult him. ^ I
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|<^ Satisfaction Guaranteed <?>
<?> Office over Anderson's Dry <8>
^ Goods Store. ?
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NOTICE OF SALE OF ACCOUNTS.
All persons in-debted to the C. & G.
j S. Mower Company, a corpora'ion, will
please take notice that the creditors
of said corporation, at a meeting on
the 17th instant have directed the as- J|
signee and agent to sell at public auc- ia
tion in front of the court house door at
Newberry S. C., at 12 o'clock noon, on
! the 15th day of January, 1916, all unpaid
accounts. \ fl
Persons indebted to siid corporation
who do not wish their accounts sold
at the time and place stated may prevent
such sale by making payment to 'I
the undersigned. 9
HARRY H. BLEASE, Assignee. H
L. W. FLOYD, Agent .'f|
j December 22, 1915.
YftTTrF OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that tne undersigned,
as executor of t&e estate H
of Adeline Philips, deceased, will make
final settlement on said estate in the
office of the probate judge for Newberry
county on IMonday, January 10,
1916, and immediately thereafter apply
J for letters dismissory as such execu- jk<-Jf
tor. All persons holding claims against fl
said estate will present same duly attested
on or before said date and all .
persons owing same will make ?;l
ment.
HARVEY 0. REESE, "
12-10-4t * Executor
SPFf.IAT, TV'ftTIftES. \
For Sent?Nice four room cottage.
Very convenient to business section
of the city. tWill rent cheap. Claude j
Y. Morris. 12-24-tf ^ ^|B
Lost?Large Waterman fountain pen.
Finder please return to me at postoffice.
Claude Dominick. 1-3-lt
F/?r Sale?High grade Percjieron
mares, the kind for the South;'-prices
low considering the quality. Can be ||
seen at my residence. B. L. Miller, M
phone 3112, Prosperity, S. C. 1-3-lt
1
J.ost?Black barrow shoat; weighs 84
pounds; strayed from my recidence jij
at Oakland Mills on ivVednesday, De- jfl
cember 23, 1915. Suitable reward if JL
returned to undersigned, or if noti
fied. H. S. Sanders, Xewberry. V
Manure For Sale from the stables ol
the city, and also from the etreer, |
sweepings. For particulars apply 4
to Street Overseer Joe W. Werts pf
J. W. Chapman, Clerk and Treasurer. .??
Seed Corn For Sale?Write or see me. fl
J. H. Riser, Newberry, S. C. 12-3-lt
For Sale?One fine Packard organ,
Write or see me. J. H. Riser, Newberry,
S. C. , 12-31-lt
Wanted?Land to sell at auction, Na
tional Realty and Auction Company, fl
Box 487, Greensboro, N. C.
12-31-9t - .
For Sale?Five shares of the stock JM
of the Newberry Building and Loan
Association. A.pply at The Herald
and News office. 12-23-if
TYe can save you money on feed cotton
seed meal. Johnson-CcCrackin Co. m
12-17-tf ||
For Sale?One 1914 model Studebaker
with electric starter and light with
new tires on car; will sell at bargain. jM
Newberry Motor iCo. hh
Grand Success?Our sale was a great
success. "We harre many useful arti- jB
clee'in stock now tiiat must go at a
I great sacrifice, clothing; dry goods,
shoes, farm implements, etc.
I buy until you see what we ihave. ^
will save you money. Moseley Bros., flfl
j Prosperity, S. C. ' 4?-31-2t jHR

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