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BETH EDEN SECTION.
s of Beth Eden Church Organ
a Missionary Society-Per
".th Fdcn. _Nlarch i-. --Mr.
")t- Timas ha' m ved in
to this n1eighborh-d and ccupies
the Burton house.
Mrs. I. N. KLnncdy and children.
after spending a while at the home of
her father, Dr. R. C. Carlisle, has re
trned to her home in Tennessee. Her
brother. Mr. T. Bernard Carlisle, ac
companied her home. He stopped
over a day or twi in Chattanooga
and viewed with imterest the historic
battle field on L\kout Moutain.
The ladies of Petlh Eden church
met after service on Sabba:h evening
March 5. and .-rganized a Ladies'
Missionary society. Irs. Sam Der
rick was elected president. Miss An
nie Suber secretary and Miss Lucy
Suber treasurer. Quite a number of
ladles joined the society. We wish
them much success in this undertak
ing. May they go forward earnestly
and zealously. remembering :he Sa
viors's command. *Go ve into all the
world and preach the Gospel -to every
Mrs. R. L. Abrams., who has been
quite ill with grip, is much improved.
MArs. A. C. Sligh. Claude Sligh and
little Sarah Sligh visited the family
of Mr. Green Lee. in Union county,
Mr. L. H. Chandler lost a nice
Miss Nellie Stack. of the Due West
Female college, is expected to visit
at the home of her sister. Mrs. T.
The Misses Fellerc, of Prosperity,
and Miss Brabharn And Miss Pauline
Perry, of Newberry. visited Mrs. Sam
Derrick last week. Their visit was
much appreciated and enjoyed.
A man is seldom able to see a job
when he looks through the bottom of
a beer glass.
Nothing pleases a little man so
much as a chance to sling mud at a
Probably there is no girl on earth
who is able to look unconcerned the
first time she wears her engagement
ring in public.
You flatter men with your actions,
women with words..
Letters remaining in post office for
week ending March 11, 1905.
B-J. M. Blac. Mrs. Elmira Booz
er. Joe Boatwright. Amos Boozer.
C-Mrs. Mary H. Cannon.
D-Miss Caroline Davis. Rosie
Davis. Mrs. N. J. Davis.
E-P. E. Ep:ing.
G-Dock Greenwood. Mrs. Mary
. H--T. P. Harvey.
J-Maggie Jones. Dr. J. Abner Jul
L-Dr. Thomas Lipscomb, Mrs.
Daisy Long, Miss Carrie Lyles.
M-Mrs. W. HI. McCary, Mrs. N.
Meyers, Mrs. Laura McGrier.
N-Mrs. Jannie Nance.
P-Miss Evergene Price.
R-Maggie Roberson. Horace Ruff,
Miss Odella Rutherford.
S-Heart Simpson. Hampton
W-Mrs. Manty Waling, Mrs. Net
tie Walker, Miss Essie Wilson, J. W.
Y-D. M. Young.
All persons having claims against
the estate of John 3. Mayer, deceas
ed, will present the same, duly at
tested, to the undersigned of his attor
ney. Fred H. Dominick, on or before
the 15th day of March, 1905 and all
persons indebted to the said estate
wili make payment of said indebted
ness on or before the said date.
John M. Suber, Administrator.
All persons having claims against
the estate of M. L. Kinard, deceased,
will present the same, duly attested
to the undersigned or his attorney,
Fred. H. Dominick, on or before the
first day of April next and all per
sons indebted to the said estate will
make prompt payment of same to
either of said parties.
Wilbur W. Kinard,
Rowland G, Spearman & Co.,
Wants and Offerings.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
One six room residence, must be
One 3 room cottage. good well,
shade, must be in desirable.
Three lots for residences, to build
Two brick stores on main street.
Farm nea- Jalapa, S. C. 3oo acres.
Farm near Little Mountain, S. C.
Farm about one and half miles
fr)n Newberry, with good pastUre, j
branches, creeks. and springs add to
To shares Abbeville Cotton Mill.
13 shares Newberry Cotton Mills.
5 shares Commerciel Bank.
-shares National Bank stock.
--shares Savings Bank.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
S3,ooo residence. just 3 blocks from
S65o residence, a nice ]it:le home
for a workingman.
~ S300 farm near Maybinton. S. C.
83 acres of good land.
S65 small lot near old mill hill.
S75 nice small lot near Old mill
$6,ooo-One two story wood frame
store house fronting on Main and
McKibben streets, right in the busi
ness portion of our city, suitable for
large General Merchandise business.
$3,5oo-One ten room residence
containing one half acre and fronting
the Lutheran church within one
block of the Graded schools, four
blocks from the business portion of
the town and one half mil.e from
S6,ooo New two room house and
:en acres, one mile from town. Party
desires to move nearer to town.
SI,400-Six room house two blocks
from business part of town lot 55xIIo
feet and fronting one of the principal
$3,ooo-Eight room house on 3-4
acre lot, 1-2 mile from business por
ti(n of town. 1-4 mile of college,
short distance to churches, supplied
with artesian water, good orchard, [
fire fruit and plenty of shade, as fine tj
a residence as in the town.
$4,ooo-One eight room dwelling,
two acre lot, fine orchard.
Sg,ooo- 1-2 acres containing oneY
of the most desirable residences in
the town. Inside finished in hard C
wv'd. Artesian and well water, nice a
garden and pasture, beautiful lawn
an.I shade trees, vineyard, orchard,
pe-:an and walnut trees, tenant house,
ba-n stables, etc., about one mile
fr<an business part of town. Situated
or; highest part of town.
$Soo-Each for four room cottage,
ali adjoining one half mile from town
containing artesian water in each
hot:se, rent for 7.50 per month each.
Sr,8oo--Cash .4 acres, containing
ten tenant houses,.that rent for $24o.o
per annum. This is a 14 per cent.
investment for someone. One and
a half miles from town.
STOCKS FOR SALE.
Orangeburg cotton mill 7 per cent.
Ninet:y Six Cotton Mill.
- Laurens Cotton Mill
Grendel Mills, Greenwood, S. C.
National Bank of Newberry.
Bank of Prosperity.
Carlonton Oil Mill Co. Carlonton. C
Cross Hill Oil and Hoisery Mill, C
Cross Hill, S. C. I
Clinton Cotton Mills Clinton, S- C
Lydia Cotton Mills, Clinton, S. C. Y
Greenwood Cotton Mills, Green- t
wood, S. C.( Common,)
Mollohon Cotton Mfg. Co. (Coin
mon) and 7 per cent pfd. 2
Carolina Mfg. Co. 7 per cent. pre
ferred and common.
We are the people who 1
keep in close touch with every thing,
making a specialty of Stocks, Bonds,
Real Estate and Mortgages.2
$3oo-One new (practically) brick
making machine and automatic cut
We have one house to rent.
Long~ distance telephone 200 Call 1
or write today.
We are oftering
)f Plows, Plow
-ardware and b
:he Lowest, no
ge are Downi
We are after y
nent, low prices,
o have you liste
omers who ma
CAR OF FRESH
AVER and MONE)
We are having a
Ve Buy Close, Disc
We will insure your Fr,
),velling for only sixty cent
ie hundred dollars, (not
osed), or better still, one
i.r and eighty cents for
ears. Good business pe
asure their property,
on't you? Insurance on si
nd store buildings also,
HOLMES & McFALL,
Fire Insurance Agent
3est Mineral As
C. H. CAN NON,
dear C., N. & L. Dep
No Leave I
Put a doz. of our Cups
iaucers with a doz. of any o1
ealer's, compare them p
>r point, and we are si
u.ality land price considel
cu will say that we have
est CHINA ever sold in N
erry. Here are some pri<
5 doz.'iPlates worth $1 .C
set at 60
2 doz. Dishes worth $1 .0(
set at 60
5 doz. Cups and Saucers w<
$1.00 a set at 60
Come in and see our got
the most complete
Stocks, Guano D
ry Netting, Barb
Spokes and Iron,
uilders' material at F
matter from what S
ng them All.
ou, your trade we mE
and high. class goods 1
d among our Throng
ke our place their HE
LIME JUST RECEIVEE
RS-The best and GHE
MAKER. Don't buy un
magnificent hardware tr
ount Our Bills and We Co
F or EarIt
. Early Red Vs
ot. Earliana Tor
I Ponderosa T
.Early Long S
her We have a fu
int rieties suited
ed, Seeds new a
the lected. For!
:es: go to
and up-to-date stock
Wire, Buggy and
Lnd a general line of
Irices Lower than!
ource you get them.
an! and if fair treat
vill get it we are sure
of Satisfied Cus
1. Get our prices before
APEST made, a LABOR
til you see it.
ade, but the more the
in Always Sell For Less
ig Star Peas.
11 stock of the va
to this locality.
nd carefully se
3eeds that Grow
KS & HNTER,
R RY. S. C