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FOB SALE-Wow Ivers and Pond
plano, for $300-cost $425 00. Ap
ply to P- W. Major, trcaBUier Hara
jmoo'i School- Anderson, It I.
FOB SALE-We have a small tract
ot land formerly part of tho Quince
Hamond place, which can be bought
cheap If you act quick. Frank & De
camps Realty Company. 9-30-tf
FOB SALE-Sweet peas. Burbanks
and Burpee's superb Spencer collec
tions in packages. We also csrry
bulk stock of prise Spencer mixture
and fine mixed at moderate prices.
Forman Smith, Seedman.
FOB SALE- Nice oak bedroom suit,
art square, two rugs and dining
table, gas stove, 6 chairs, 2 rockers;
also two rooms for rent, suitable
for light house-keeping. Reason for
selling, leaving town. Terms cash.
Apply to 223 Society street
FOB SALE-One 1914 model touring
car $450.00, payable $100.00 in cash
and balance in cotton at 10c; one
1912 model touring $300.00 pay
able, $100.00 in cash and balance in
cotton'at 10c; one 1911 model tour
ing car, $175.00, $50.00 cash and
balance in cotton at 10c. Write or
Wire S. M. McAdams, Iva, S. C.
WANTED-Carrier Doy. Apply at The
Intelligencer office- 10-8-tf
WAISTED-Tim pattie to know lift*
wa have jost reeeived a large ship
ment of box files, and eon ??.jpply
your wanto In this Una. Anderson
Intelligencer, Job Department tf
WANTED- Ton to know that we do
high class cleaning and pressing.
' Ladles work especially. Agents Ben
? Vonda Company, the Booth's largest
t dyers end dry cleaners. Columbia
. Storing Co.
WA9TBD-Clean Coth Raga. Ander
* son Intelligencer, JOJ Department.
WANTED-Ta rent a small store
I room in Anderson, Belton or Mc
- Cormick, also a small farm for
, irnoking. SS. Griffin, Pave, Ga.
ff gBBMS TO BB-A special provi
sion that fruit ts the most desired
and adapted food for warm weather,
and yomi find it hers California
frluts. oranges, grapes, plums, pears
and northern apples-all fresh.
Also Sickla pears, and plenty of
bananas. J. K. Manes.
PLEASE-Don't believe the follow
ing statement, but come, aee for
y oii roc 11 wima?r n im it u? cf S?t.
Wb claim that wo give Just a little
better shave, a little better haircut
. V.tt?G better servies la every way
than ls offered elsewhere in the city.
The Eagle Barber Shop.
BEB W, A? Todd, the Monument Man,
tor anything in the Monumental
line. Tombstone? of all kinds, w.
A> TCdd, 1909 South Main street,
Anderson, S. C.
HAIB DRESSING-Switches made
from your own combings. Same TM?
bo found at 105 E. Church street up
stairs. Mrs. Leona Arnold.
WHILE EATING Is necessary to life;
Why not eat where you can enjov
lt? Our service la the best in the
etty, and our prices are right
Everything in season, and lt tastes
just right, too. The Luncheonette, tf
MIDWAY CAFE-Clean and up to date
p?aos for ladles and gentlemen. We
.ate Americans and deserve your
patronage. Think it over.
^h lita? astra money to
asrVasst&sje just now?
HaWt ysta ?Mueihing to etas?
Do voa own seething yon no
leaser soe, bot which ? offered
at ? tarjrau price wouM e?=
pea! at oaos to tome OM who
A? wi? ?nra ftfeg trfck.
Imo 26 cents, Three Times 50 cents,
a words promts for each additional
bo used in a month made on anpli
than 26 cents, cauh in advance.
phone directory yon can telephone
bs matted after Its Insertion for
SOTICK-Wo aro now prepared to do
your grinding of all kind H of faed
stun*-cotton atalks, corn stalks,
shucks, straw, grain, etc. Price 20c
per cwt. Strictly (ash. Anderson
Matt rest and Spring lied Co.
LOHT-A cameo and pearl bar pin,
between Court House and Calhoun
street, return to W. H. Lyon, thc
LOST- Gold tie-clasp with word
"Henry" engraved thereon. Return
to the Intelligencer and receive re
ARE ALL EDUCATED
PROUD OF SHOWING THEIR
NEVER FELT WHIP
Owner of 101 Ranch Points Out
Difference in Training and
"There ls a vast difference between
training a horse and educating a
horses" rom&i/ked Mr. Edward Ar
lington, ono of the owners of the 101
Ranch Real Wild West show thia
"When a horse Is trained he goes
through his routine just as an unwil
ling boy goes to school. He does
what he has to do through fear of
punishment With a horse who has
been educated It Is different. He
takos pride and pleasuro in showing
off his accomplishments. We have
with tho 101 Ranch show a number
of horses who have been educated
and are admitted to be the most pro
ficient high school horses over ex
hibited. They have never had a whip
on them and all of their schooling
on the randi has been through kind
ness. It Is a. pleasure to see them
perform for they go at lt so willingly
and s oem to know that the success
of tho performance depends just as
much on their efforts as on any of
the other acts. , Our show does not
believe in the whip for horses and
a groom might Just aa well leave
the show aa to use a whip. Any
horse* that can not be made to mind
and do as he ls told to do without
being whipped ls no horse for us.
Why we will not even allow ?ny of
the grooms' to swear at the horses.
There is no animal that appreciates
good treatment more than a horse,
nor IK thnrt? any animal ?hat Wit! TC
sent cruel treatment quicker. I know
that a horse can tell when tho
groom has been drinking and hare
noticed that the horse that bas the
groom that loves horses ls never
nervous. Let the groom get rattled
and the horse soon will beJ When
something unusual ls expected of the
horse just let him know what It ls
and he will soon help you do lt but
get rattled yourself and you will
soon have your horse In tho same
condition. We have a stable of near
ly five hundred head and I will ven
ture to soy that there ia not one ot
this nunfber that does not know what
ts expected or him dally and willing
ly does it I fall ot the drivers in
this city would leave the whip la
tho stable and team to gain the con
fidence ' of their hones they would
have a lot less troublo In getting
them to do wha'. thr-y want them to
The 101 Rnnch Real Wild Wost
show will be here on Tuesday, Octo
ber 27, and with lt the finest stable
pf horses In the' country.
J. B. Stone* of Seneca was in the
city yesterday for a short stay.
Change In Location
I am now located over W.
IA.. Power's grocery store at
212 1-2 3. Main Street. I
thank my friends for their
past patronage and ask con
tinuance of same.
I make plains ot $6.50
i make gold crowns at$4.00
Silver rulings, 80c and up.
GoW fffiW* $1.00 and op
Painless Extracting 40lp..
! make a specialty of
treating Pyorrhea, Alveo
litis of the cums and all
crown and bridge work and
regulating mal formed teeth.
All work guaranteed first
class. t _*\
[% ? BRUCE
PROMINENT WORKERS ARE
First Day of Greenville Convoca
tion, Meeting With Local
Church, Was Interesting.
Tho one hundred und fifth Creen
vilio convocation wa? convened at
Grace Episcopal yesterday morning
ot 10 o'clock, with delegates ifrom
most of thu Episcopal churchos in
the Piedmont section. Tho services
opened with Holy communion, after
which the convocation sermon waa
preached by Rev. Francis J. H. Collin
At 12 o'clock the convocation was
called into a business session with
Itev. J. K. Pendleton In the chair,
and committees were appointed, after
which tho meeting wa? adjourned
for dinner*., The convocation w??
cai ted to order at 3 o'clock and an
essay. "Tlie Church Visible and In
visible With Iteference to Church Un
ity," written hy P.ov. C. H. Jordan,
was read in his absenco by Itev. San
dons R. Guignard. A general discus
sion followed led by Mr. Pendleton.
At 5 o'clock a paper on "The
Church and thc Bible. How Related
in Origin and in Application," was
read by Rev. J. Harry Chesley, and
wa? again followed by a general dis
The program for today will begin
with the Holy communion at 10
o'clock. Meeting of the Woman's
Auxiliary. Subjects and speakers as
signed by vice president, Miss Scotia
The ladles of the church will en
tertain all the delegates at a lun
cheon at Mrs. R. C. Webb's at 1:30
o'clock. At 8 p. m. evening prayer,
and missionary sermon by Bav. Boyd
Bishop G ne rrj Spoke.
A large congregation attended the
special convocation services at Grace
Episcopal church last night, when
the Rt. Rev. W. A. Guerry. bishop
of South Carolina, conducted the
historic rite of confirmation, or Ute
laying on of hands.
Seldom, If ever in Anderson, have
more Impressive services been held,
the entire clergy of thc Greenville
Convocation which covers most of
upper South Carolina, entered the
chancel in a body in their clerical
robes, followed by tho bishop. Music
appropriate to the occasion was*sung
by the choir as the clergy marched
Tho services wero those of Even
ing Prayer, tn the conducting of
which nearly all the ministers took
Immediately after th? sermon, the
bishop administered the historic rite
of laying on of hands, confirming
M3ss Vina Patrick and Mia MoKen
ley. by which these ladles were offi
cial tv made members of the Church
of Christ, :i FWiif ITOU
Bisliop Quarry's sermon was one
of the most simply delivered and im
pressive discourses ever heard In
Grace church. He took up tn logical
order the four main reasons why
people should go to church, first to
praise God and worship; secondly,
to gtvo thanks to God for good things
vouchsafed to the communicant;
thirdly, for the Instruction received
through the sermon and reading of
the Bible and the Book of Common
Prayer? and fourthly, to pray, all
four constituting tho real worship of
the church. The bishop explained
tho great ideas back of the church's
sacraments, tho Lord's supper and
baptism. He explained that the early
church insulted upon an accurate
carrying out of the demanda and
commands Imposed upon each church
member by tho Lord in these two
great sacraments, tho life blood of
the church. He said man was a so
cial being and the church the expo
nent of a great social Idea, Chris
tianity being the world-wide method
of building a great social life, worth
llvinr and in communion with God,
on earth and the means to secure the
other life after death. The U?.:op
said that business administration and
system were a necessary thing In
Ute human aldo of Christianity, but
that after all- waa said and done, the
real great principle of Christianity
was tho Kal spirit of lt, the desire to
Ure a better life, and to carry out
tts grand and noble principles; that
the best advertisement for Christian
ity was a real Christian.
Bishop' Guerry ls dne to leave An
derson early this morning for Rock
The following delegates are in An
derson for the convocation:
Mrs. J. H. Fletcher, Chester, with
Mise Beetle Reed, Pock Hill, with
Mrs. Long. Rock Hill, with Mrs.
Miss M. P. Fold. Aiken; Mrs. Rich
ard Stargis. Rock HIU; Miss Mary
Schwer. Rock HUI, with Mrs. Swain
Mrs. Bi R- Friday, Greenville, with
Mrs. C H. Jordan. Greenwood; Miss
Virginia Jordan. Greenwood, with
Mrs Van Uvera.
Mles Lily FAvencl, Clemson Col
lege, arith Mrs. RL C. Webb.
MTS. W. Cv Hagocdt Greenwood;
Mira. G. B. I lancaster. Greenwood,
with Mrs. Nardin Webb.
Mrs. Mlxou. Union: Mrs. Singleton,
Torhvflt; Mia. Wiwin Johnston,
Spartanburg; Mrs, J. D, Johnson,
ILL KNOW SOLUTION
CURTAIL COTTON CROP IN
PLANT MORE GRAIN
Farmer? Are Av/are of the Ser
iousness of Situation end Are
Determined on Remedy.
While- (he South Carolina general
assembly may possibly he able to
devise some way to help tho cotton
farmors of South Carolina in their
present dire extremity, there is yet
some doubt as to whether any feasi
ble solution can be reached. Being
aware of that fact and seeing what a
big cotton crop has meant thia year,
next year will see the cotton crop
curtailed in Anderson county more
than one-half. The farmers of this
section will turn their attentions to
other things notably thc sowing of
moro small grain.
Tho proper time for the planting
of small grain ls at hand and it is
desirable, in fact, almost necessary,
that some record be made and kept
with referenco to the number of
acres planted, especially in wheat.
Tho Wheat milling industry has lan
guished In recent years and the flour
that ls used) in the State is siiippcd
in from other States, whereas the
State department of agriculture, com
merce and Industries long has con
tended for a larger acreage of wheat
in South Carolina. The flour that ls
purchased has not the quality of that
made from wheat that is produced at
home and furthermore there aro half
a dozen costs to be added-such as
the freights, the middleman's profit
and other expenses.
Commissioner Wa'aon bas been \
greatly pleased by reports from the
northwestern part of the State that
old water mills are being overhauled j
preparatory to being put Into com
mission again and that the millers
are urging all people,to plant more
acreage In wheat. In justice to the
millers and the owners of mill sites
who might wish to ont in a Wheat
or corn milling plant. 'Mr. Watson
urges that all persona in the Stute
who wi]i plant wheat thia fall com
municate with hts pffiee at once co
that he may keen a record ot the
acreage and give due 'publicity. The
great trouble about producing Wteat
tn the past has been that the seed
wheat was poorly selected. Mr. Wat
son says- that good seed wheat may
be had now and he thinks that lo
view of the prices to rWheat
products may soar it Is almost an
Imperative duty for-tho wheat acre
age in this State to be increased not
less than 1,000 per- cent, this fall.
This ls a matter which must be at
tended to at one o as the seed wheat
may be difficult to get and the time
far planting will aeon be past.
Commissioner Watson received
Thursday ah Interesting statement
from Capt J. T. Harting? a conductor
on the Southern railway,, who ls go
ing Into tho milling business In Rich
land county, showing that the re
vival of this industry is not confined
to the Piedmont country alone. Capt
Hurling has a farm nine miles from
Columbia, midway between Dents ville
on the Seaboard and State Parte on
the southern. He has turua dy plan
ned to put in a irrst class corn mill
which will give the people of this
section good meal at a moderate cost
for milling, and he 1? also anxious
to find out if he will be supported in
his plans to put in a high grade rol
11er mill. Capt Harting is going
I ahead with the preparations anyway
and will probably build the flour
mill this winter, but he wishes all of
the farmers of this section to in
crease their wheat acreage and to let
him know through Commissioner
Watson's office how much wheat they
will plant for- next year.
Commissioner Watson said yester
day that these aro the beat signs that
he has observed. If there should be
an over production of small grain
for tho uses of man, the surplus
could be used for the fattening, of
stock and this is another line or In
dustry In which tho State ii falling
back. Col. Watson says that the "hog
?creage" for next year should be
Spartsnburg. with Mrs. McCully.
Mrs. TL E. Hughes, Laurens, with
Rt Rev. W. A. Querry, Di IX. bish
op of South Carolina, with Mr. add
Mrs. Maxwell Crayton.
Mrs. Sara Forman of Clemson with
Mrs. R C. Webb.
Deaconess Perkins of Spartanburg
with Mrs. Clarence Brock. .
Rev. A. Pt Mitchell,' dean of the
convocation with Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Rev. Sanders R. O winard with
Rev. C Wt. Boyd with Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Codfrey.
Rev. R. Marsball with MT. and Mrs.
Rev. J. H. Cb ealey entertained at
Rev. W. H. K. Pendleton with Mrs.
J, A. Brock.
Rev. r. J. H. Coffin with Mr. and
Mre. C QJ Sayre.
BBB HIVE'S MONDAT SALB.
The Bee -Hive announces that ita
Monday's sale am\junted> to Sl.0OS.oe,
which came within 8* cents of their
sale for the corresponding day- last
The old infirm hens eat more
food than they pay for, besides
they are liable to (Usense. Weed
ir-nnnmu in Tho Unmp
LUUIIUillJ in i no IIUIlllS
The sure way to practice it is to save
on your bills for electric current.
How. you ask? Why, by installing economical
For a few cents you can place a Mazda Lamp in place of
the old style wasteful carbon lamo and secure THREE
TIMES the LIGHT at the SAME CURRENT EXPENSE.
Now is the time, before the long evenings come.
COME in and LEI US demonstrate the saving.
Southern Public Utilities Go.
COMPLETE PREMIUM LIST IN
Anderson County Poultry Associa
tion, to be held in tbe Pepper building
corner West Whitner and Peoples
streets, Tuesday, NOT. 17.
.. . Official Prcniuru List.
Cuss A-Plymouth Rocks.
Barred, first, $2, by B. F. Mauldln;
second, fl, by S. R. Parker.
Buff, first, subscription to Pied
mont Magazine; second, $1, by
Thompson Shoo Store.
White, first, bushel feed, by S. W.
c?i?fcn?; second, one oh?rt. by R. W.
Black,' first, $2 premium by Jno. M.
Hubbard & Co. j second, $1, by O. M.
White, first, 92, by J. I. Brownlee;
second', lap robe by Davis -Bros.
Buff, first. $2, by Peoples Bank;
secoDd, pair mule shears, by Tate
White, first. 92 by Citizens National
bank; second, shirt, by Hubenstein.
Huff, first, $2.00 by Townsend Lum
ber Co.; second, 91-00 box Nun nal ly's
Candy by Owl Drug Co.
Silver Lace, first, rocker, by An
derson Furniture Co.; second, 91. by
Wood Shoe Shop.
Partridge, first, six months sub
scription to The Dally Mall; second
$1, by Jno. T. Burrlss & Son.
Golden Lace-First. 91.00 by A. B.
Farmer; second, 75c by R. R. King.
Columbian-First, 91.00 each Or
trade by Kress Co.; second, 7(c pair
Rubbers by Bee Hive.
Single comb, first, 92. by E. W.
Masters; second, fountain pen, by
Marchbanks and Babb,
Rose comb, first, 92, by Ligon and
Ledbetter; second, subscription to
Country Gentleman, by Rufus Pant
First, 92.60 assortment Conkloy's
remedies by Brans' Pharmacy; sec
ond, 91.50 whip, by Fretwell Co.
White, first, 92.60 hat by B. O.
Evana*, second, 60 lbs chicken feed by
W. A. Power.
Brown, first, six months augsrrlo
tion to Daily Intelligencer; second,
H. by Jar. N. Pearman.
Buff, first. 92 table by G. F. Tolly
& Son; second, 91, by Dime Savings
First. 92.50 umbrella by B. Fleish
man ft Broa; second, 91.60 Fountain
Pen by Cost Stdtts3?ry Co.
Class fl-Min oreas.
Single comb, first. 9* bridle by J.
3. Fowler; second. 10 lbs. rape seed,
ay Funnsn Smith.
Silver S.. glrst. 93.60 spoons, W. H.
Keese * Co.: second. 91 can coffee,
iy & W. Willlford & Co.
Cl**? J-We? AsMfa?l?slea*.
S Comb-First. 91.00 by J. Mack
King; second. 60c box candy by An
lerson Candy Kttchen.
Silver-First, io pound lard bj
?anning 4k Glenn; second, 1 bunch
jananas, by X K. Mason.1 <> ? <
CISRR Ix-Indian Gamea,
Cornish-First, 92.00 by Q. Frank
rohnson; second, 91.00 by S. R. Par
White-First. 92.00 by Webb &
Webb; second. 91.60 by Anderson
itudlo; second; ll.c^ by J. B. Barton.1>
Cmss ft--Turkey a, f
Bronre-nrst, 92.00 bat by Osborne I4
& Pearson; second, sub. to Piedmont
White Holland-First ?2.00 Pre
mium to be selected "Ask Dugan
Why?;" second. $1.00 by W. P. Nichol
Bourbon Red-First, $1.50 shirt by
Moore-Wilson Co.; second. $1.00 cash.
T-Runners-First, $1.60 by Keys
Slimer; second; 60c chicken feed by
Dexter Oro. Co.
Pekin-First, 6 months subscription
LO Anderson Daily Mail; second, $1.00
First. $1.00 worth Pratt's Poultry
Regulator by C. S. Minor's 5, 10 and
?Sc store; second, 76c worth beet by
1. G. Lindsey.
Best pen (2 or more)-first, $8.00
jct caponing tools by Red Cross Drug
?.o.; se COL ti $1.00 box Norris Candy
t>y Clayton's Drug Store.
Best single Capon, $1.00 by Gen. M.
Li. Bonham. .
Best display (any na) first, $1.00
iy W. W. Linley; second. $1.00 bottle
perfume by Lewis Drug. co.
Homers (any No.) first, 60 pounds
mickan feed by Anderson Cash Oro.
3o?; second;, Sun-Flower seed by
Gurman Smith. <
Carnaux (any No.) first, 6. glass
'ountains by Austin on tho corner;
jeond, ad in olasslflod col. by Pied
Best pair squabs (under 6 weeks)
'irst, $1.80-set silver plated spoons by
Sullivan Hardware Co. ; second, 1 can
White Rose coffee by Ildeal Gro. Co.
Children's special-1 cup each to
>oy and girl (under 15 years ot ago)
or best poultry exhibit, by T. M.
Poole, Sd Soy, Frances Farmer, At
Ladlee' special-$1.60 pair silk
Stockings by D. Oelsberg, for the best
rio (any breed) bred; owned and ex
changed by lady.
White Wyandotte-Special, a White
iVyandotto Cockerel for the best trio
EVhite Wyandotte*, by G. C. Hall.
White Leghorn, Special- $2.35
vorth paint for the best White Leg
torn cockerel by Guest Paint Co.
Brown Leghorn Special-a Brown
leghorn cockerel for tha best Brown
^eghom (trio hy Dr. C. B. Breedin.
Barred Rock Special-$2.50 Gold
(tick pin for tho beet Barred Rock
;ockerel. by W. H. Lyon. '
' Rhode Red Special-For best cook
Best trio, any breed-$6.00 W. L. J
?rissey Lumber Co.; second. $2.00 tub ?
'oultry Tonic, by T. Wi Campbell:
Beet cock, any breed-$2.60 Sweater 1
ry Lesser Co.
Best cockerel, any breed-3,00 hat, !
P. I* Coley Co.
Best Hen. any breed-$2.00 cash by
"odd Auto Shop. at?-,;
Best pullet, any breed-$2.00 cash
?y Diwer Roofing Co, -
Entries ia the first thirtoep classes i
A to M inclusive) must contain taree |
iuds, one mule and two female*/any i
ther number disqualifies the entry.
Bntrles in Classes N, O and, F, may t
ontain trios or pairs, as the exhibitor
All entries competing for prises
mst be In Ute building and properly t
oeped and placed by ll A. M. ,
Kntries for sale or adv?rtlse??nt I
say be entered at any time by getting (
ermisslon from the floor /.tanager*. 1
Members of the aasocUUon whare t
vee are paid oa or before November
14th will be allowed to exhibit free.
All others will be charged an en
trance fee of 10 cents on single birds
and 26 cents on trios.
Exhibitors must furnish their own
coopB. Said coops to be as near two
foot high, two foot wide and twenty
inches deep as possible. With wire
or slat front. Doora to be in front
or rear. No coops allowed where the
door is in the top or ends. Model coops
may be seen in Chamber of Commerce
roo m a.
Coops could not be stacked closely
if doors were allowed in ends or topn.
All birds entered in the first thir
teen classes (A. to M. inclusive) will
be eligible to compete for sweepstakes
Floor Managers-E. S. Provost, Jas.
L. Farmer and lt. E. Campbell.
ALFRED ?\ CAMPBELL,
Chairman Premium Com.
. Notice of Meeting.
Tho annual meeting of the subscrib
ers and friends of the Anderson
County Hospital will be held In the
Chamber of Commerce rooms, Tues
day, Oct. 28, 4 p. m. for Ute purpose u
electing trustees and such other busi
ness as tho meeting shall see flt to
It. S. LIGON, President
We are doing superior work at oar
ginnery. Swap meal and hulls for
seed. Also have five hundred bushels
ot Bancroft Prolific Oats (graded
seed) for salo or exchange for cotton
seed. Price $1.25 per bushel or one
pound oats for four and one-half
pounds cotton seed.
9-2C-lmo. GLUCK MILLS.
Delinquent Road Tax Notice.
All dlnlenquent road tax collectors
are provided witt an official receipt
book with numbes, and stub numbaa
attached; Pay no money to collectors
uniese you gat the official receipt as
above provided or.
J. MACE SING,
tf County Supervisor.
L. H. JOHNSON, Plaintiff,
IAMBS V. JOHNSON, et al, Defend
Pursuant to order of sale herein I
will sell to the highest bidder en
salesday In November next in front ot
the Court House door ii. Anderson, a
Q.V during the usual hours of sale, the
blowing reel property, to-wit:
All that tract of land In the county
af Anderson and State of South Caro
lina, containing 42 1-2 acres, more or
teas, bounded T>y lands of D. R. Sim
mons, J. W. Johnson, R. O.' Bagwell
?nd others, lt being situated on
?ranches of Hencoop Creek, waters of
Rocky river, and known as the Jae.
Vi and Nkney Johnson tract Tarma
>f sale-Cash, purchaser to pay extra
W. P. NICHOLSON,
Probate Judge as Sp?cial Referee.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS/
All persons having claims against
he estate of Feater V. Triable, et
ttasedi are hereby notified to preeWt
hem properly proven te the under
signed witf?n th? time prescribed by
aw. and tepee Indebted to make net
J. W. TRIBBLE, AdaVr.