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The Movements of Many People,
Newberrians and Those Who
M Ss M . Copplock andIMr.< Wil-.
liaml Grilfinl amd little <till11-hter, ot
Jacksonville, in.. anw visiting Mirs.
E. Ml. vns
Airs. W. It. I?sor, of Allanta, who
ilts Ien visitinlg MIs. A. ). Hudson,
left fir Wiirii)e (oil W%ediesday to
Mir. aint M Ars. WNilliaml Lolne 11n> vis..
iting his Imotoher Mrs. James F'. 10pt.
Mir. lMr . Eu.ow Wvatoan Are
vimilinl. relatives in 1tie city.
MAigist rate C. (1. BIlease has adpot
ed lie Iiile of imliplisinug ile liimit,
wlicl is allowed by la w (,in all per
Soils conv%ic.te vin is courd for reflm-.
ill" 11) per1,41Ini r-olld tyit%' .h1)is is Ini
tle ri-lt direelit'n. heeanlse every
good eilizenl (1ught1 1o be willing.. to do0
his parIl towardls tlh iinteiaiiee of t
Ihe publlic hli.bways.
D)r. .1. A. It. sch(eer will preach at
tihe 'vial 1 1lt ll li e.in1 -h on next
SmIlal1y nii . I
fir. I I t. .\Alay r :111d familil .1 re I
14m4111nl D Ir. 1'. w. i. i'r' 4 while v
fIi4' lw work441 1l ,illl1 is g4iLg 41 il4
C ir. '\Iye '. n i< ?pncl.
(athe n h n- f te lCle e
ill iti ( X% i I h . r \\'. I. I (li !.a
1wxi T it - 'sa41.*v a I'lIernI 1n at .4 ) 10.
The It laIdit's ,f - h 1, 1 ll 111w rani chun1.-h1 i
( , l - del411-a:1 w ll 1,1J.1 a f,o(1 Sale
il -. wenpied by
;lill I ' sli:. Na'lt nl y. I l 11 e1 l be I
The aw-blfer ' df I 'ileder.aev
nwl la t Tntli...a a11linl'I withlr)
i. T. nawn. 111.w
Tlvn. will be a bl ii'ss Invetinl.
o11 th- c h o N\iaids inl till- library
nexl T 1-slibat * flit n 1 511 i loki . ,
li - N(-vill (l h .nt e lainl h 11111 I
H I . N1 ich.114I "'. \ l le . i 1 (' - iA
Ic.,lim. was in Newherr y Ifor a few\v
TE N\FllIk.d aY ERI. ir
Ieyis It Illelill).1 gilf Ille leg-isla.
ture an; I n . (IIl e-,,rved in I)1h1at Iapaci ( -
IfoIr Ih I mIwst s ix yfear IS. I )Inrin fou-.. r(-t
yer Nf f ta live wans Parinrin 0
TownPesliciary om1nillev 1nd is Ot w r
It IIP11n i n1 : n t 11 ioni labh. ;a lida11p
firs eakir. lir. \\~h hy is .1 y in l
5('i4'iees ~ ~ an will) Il 'suitd n ie ,
(4i'41 'eif jiIiail l'; itt] i V1 t, ait y .i.
h-11) i v .1 xperIi, .n ;m wn m-ld
1bi .lity . hi. . el tr anin.. woud11
THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY. it
The News of a Live and Progressive 't
Town-Personal and Other S)
Pro .peri.y, . ('. oct. --41ci 11 R a Ii
sertvives wihill be revsIIed1 inrlilace m
ei -rh Sit ay int r iin wis 11 it
liie Al t tli. d. Krei's ha turs(ned' ej41
atrt.m his e t i( 'sumia~ verytmuhiet
2i,mpro~v. ieS. I. ''. i' Iaha and her
Alin wl i 1th.m. Mif Esittl Montain,
daIm bei ofn1 0iitn re,iEs(in ln- I
Mrs. *' 41. I (gim n has been11 enj. . e
YI" .t ('4 11 thew b1 rry 5tr It f il Ia t il
N'ap. I . P. (1iooz han s ( ldii is t!
Mor J to Ntlekrs\\ilie ind ivig aII
Mron. b'att her hawis hihs wi hom ie l
ne. Mir.e Com'. lri.Tepie It
whissT1hll the pantaion was obb en i
hv. :n] do!tis. 11shos'lowial o
aal au 195peresing fhewat (and
111 is (lio te bet ovarms inh thicse_
e'Mrritday thoo llheaipesonagn
atrS. A.kes Wedntsdown Setoember
2o,toy tv. to plKeh on, .uthe a
Ownghterof tJ. . Mouioi ris, coe
to- is Coneicngratne how. to ate
you faules can the pickt out Thn
hiae s bven age. ilmnl erast
ra fal Prfin svisy Onerking'fo)
dret the nearl( Ioo's ill fli'~i cn
d. itin5existompan iih'Chuml
oditiognseae inalNewhearry. ey
TEE FAMS' UNION.
Meeting -in Newberry-Address b3
State President 0. P. Goodwin
The attendance of farmers at '
nliil, oi last Wedieso1day% wvas nio
lil t 111 011 i as it wolild have bee:
ind tIle wealther not been so inele
nient. Al intlervals .ing the mlorn
I t-hre 1m twee alternate showers and
un:shine. Considerin the weathe
lid the horrid m1nidly roads the um.
'r was pretty fair, which may b
jiken as an indiention of the intez
si our country friends take in mat
vlrh which colcern them. Hion. W, P
loodwin, of Laurels, P3resident o
hIt(, Smith Carolina Farmners' Unioi
nade ithe first address. le emphasiz
t tite neeessity an(l advanitages o
41-Operlationl and l(onert of action i4
qI.N,,Il, rarnm supplies andi belon-in:
Ild in selling (lie vai-iois eiops pro
nueedi by the farmers. Ile statell
hat it was by the co-operatiol 0:
lie faIellers a few years-ago that the
rive if votti was advaice(d fron
ventls to l10 vents. Hle hadl just re.
11r11ed flromit tile itveilmr of the Na
ional Iliion ait Texa;raia, Texiai
lIe rtev!t-lat interest and ('n11tiusiasn1
(rO illalil';-1 4011 vverY sifle. Rv-.
Ill-Is 'r-11m 39,0t00 l(leal Unions fl-oll
-:lY set'li"l Ill' Texas. representinl -
meIlm liership Ii nlear.i..y 300.000, ill
ivalvd "reat and illvalvillable de
-roiwaliml in th(% voltoll vrop. Manly
wilibe's r-ep-rtted that in Alugust in
'lle p:1wits of Texas the pl'ospects
-eii:0ed to ili athe a balo to a bale
mi 1 hlf to tl(e ncnrenm. now the indi
Ii,iIn poindod tf wnly aboutl one-hal1f1
Ile li Ilhe ner.e. The holH wevvil ham
1. 'l aei havm. withl) the (r.ops iin manly
-0ii sf tle state and what !. Ztat
I abo Tv exas is egnally tie as to
1)nisiala, Mlississippi. Alabama aid
her vot(ti rowig states, with the
1 sible excelptionl 41f Olahoma11:, and
Iis State doe,(s n141 plwmdnev mneih Cot
Mir. (i4olwiin said I le law of supply
IfI deIaii1i (o'es not seem to Cut
neh figur II Ie with 11the cot ton crop
itl whenl Ilte price was down to 5
-ills. tie c(Itton speetlators eoried
it "slipply anid demand,'' and it
as Ihe saei thing.- when (ottoi Was
smymi cents andl nine cents antl
Veli, vents and even when it reach
I sixtee (c eIs. it was that sam1le in
xile law of suipply anld d(emlialld,
V ar1g*e111ld that this law so-called
111em0d lot to erffet tle rarmer in
SsalI lf his staple crops.
The speakev disenssed tle action of
t b'agging trlust and cotton tie mie
alvaning the price of covering for
Itlon. Pieced bagiliging had advanced
-om 4 3-8 cents a yard in the early
wing to something like 9 or 10
ils nitw. Why tie mills had done
iis it' e Ils Iuiable it) vxplaiin, bit hie
'lieved (Ilit f*arimers should lake the
atic.er iln hand and not conitinue to
sI1 y h I amiexorbitn hributept i
4' hag 2ing andi itS tie men. HeS urgedst
nanid loti. t 111lnmoiatt
sen'. sse. Isaidtli thati statepgeolo
t ar lit l'n.I 'int is~ reort toi
e' irisfliwr is tfew yrego lasto
w ompara'ot iteut of$3 maufactuo
rs aild phiahae ad themot
lilizoers. f'he said that amph
anufcnh'l be( pled on th. cars i
'umia at$.4 a cotot afexceeding
0.5 Ixne (ipepation, allthe
i the rks on y fee ownbon
wodieos noulite oe pot35as sunbo
iIir'ai 1, Col'um nbia.Hesid the fish
i'a ohe o beor eit is grou nd ix .
Sa in.edt futherslid tiha m
1ni at fromizr a.c6-22acul exere
anufatured land plaked welond phais
inoinmetly os. otecedn
0.5 ncmeting iilwshatl oythi re
I th'esferst bytei wni
MedinAs muriatfe, ofta sul..ze
mri ]aid,i' a'.ina in a blio or fish
lrss orgcotto eedl ofatnallad i
Ltite ireien themseores itHe hadn
ndllct that from cityuexionceu
m lhcdomiely.l tidi ndu'
full Goteidwin'so aderesawas, inter
liti meng a heartly ejoyd b
Foliames' panin,r mde a shor ad
Aressuriing concert( i of ac 'il 'i tinall
tlng thelnin e work in puthei coun
Theo ca iman of' tal~hi m en fo
ful beiatendanie wfdeleaefe
PALL OPENINGS IN NATS. hatm
r The Ladies of Newberry Oharmed grev
With New Oreations In Millinery joy
-Fine Displays. tors
1The usual fall openings of millinery ranm
timon1 o0111Or merchants in the city l
I ewberry are always looked forwar< but
-to with tile keenest interest by our froi
- ladies, and the unique and marvelous eite
k display in the various millinery stores w%or
t of the town on last Wednesday were ed.
-no exce)tion to the past. So, despite I1
a tlie ungracious and siier-abimdant hIle
- down pour from old Pluvius' apart- for<
- ment, whielh for the last several cauI
. weeks, seemed to furnish enough wat- bori
' er. to start a 'im1all size flood, equall- J
in in disagreeableness if not in in- Ret
tensity old father Noah's of patriar- his
Cial days, the millinery opening ing
I went merrily on and the feminine ed 1
interests in these latest creations of depi
the millinery genius in the season's was
head -ear grew intenser lie harder )eet
lie rain fell. Am
Our ladies flocked in busy and tile
eautiful numbers from store to twe(
store inl dreamy and delight ful ad- beni
miration of the gorgeous wonders in t rim
each department displayed. and every -rrev
'-tore-roomll pitured the kaleidoscopie 0)
sceie ol.' a bi reception. whici last- shit
vd h-rilm thle moment of ('1eneing- 'till rose
the new town clock in deep bass tones Pall
aImIouIIced the eurfew. blae
The eanseless, and to tle reportef _ree
who was a silent and mystified list- blue
ener, inaim-less chatter and woman otlie
talk, everybody talking at the salie trim
time and no4) one listeninm at lie oth- ribb
,I. save the blusliing and frightened Ave
n1ewsplper man, that the new fash- lit
ions Werle mere dreams-dreais-ex- with
cept abont tle first of November, mat(
when the bill collectorI makes his bonl.
Himinous and uninvited presec pla
known to the old man smokim- his Ti
pipe of clay. mar
WViti divers and sundry nis.-iv- and1
i, I ie replorter ventturet d visit plea
hse miiammotl art em1poriuis to see 01
wlt he could see. weI
Ilis first visit brolug hit him tiior- nmst
1usly and frightened as a yo4u1ng faw n ai
or a sweet maiden inl the presenee of teeli
her first lover, to the Mlower Com- rul
lmm.ny whose large stock of new goods witi
bewilders the uninitiated and whets trIe
tile appelite for the chaser after ctff
new things under the sun.'' rest
The beautifully decorated millinery woo(
department was ecrowded with the '11e
ladies. The department w.s trimmet fr I
in brown with touches oft blue. The stWor
b,etutifully draped DreseI ribbon This
added very miiuch to tle bealuty of the a n
The large number of hats displayed hIav<
in the very attractive way,-first the Iand
Gage hats, then the pattern hats worl
artistically arranged on groups of dry
tables all combined to make a strik- o'r
itg effect. and
'T'lie lordeaui velvet shape with tow1
short f'ront and long eipped back, hat
dlerby erowvn anid shaded iroses wvaso
otne itf thle most stylish hats. ,f
Ani 1( old esignl of w~hitfe French felt oo
rcef Cul ly t urnied, caughit with wings, e
anid Ilarge jet pins was displayed. ja
On)ie of the most up)-to-daOte in at toi<
l"reh crecat ion was a Pink v'elvet 'p
h at with pufii fed chiffoii ecrown, Dres~- whoe
(dten Nuil, atid bandean trimmed inho
A large wi e lint somewc~hat raised lie r'
tfromi the face with lar'ge white feath- 'p
er's eatught at the end with white ma- y
Iline and Iw WIItlare amberic pins wvith ougl
bandeau hieavily fi nishied in w~hiit.e diff'
maliine wast atdmired. mali
One very simple but very stylish atr
liat was a New Yor'k Tambourine with the
white wing's sewed flatly on the top shai'
of shape and black maline on side trim
Next came The Cash Sore. Al- silk
though the piresent pr'oprietors of gree
this beautiful and attractive stor'e- blac
iroom have been in their business for ibb~l
only a fewv weeks, they have shownt brai
artistic taste anld genuiine discrimina- brio1
tion in the selection of their fall miu- attrn
liner'y. One of the swellest in the ofi
town. Of course tastes differed, but beat
in the varied1 collection of hats one, a thre
black Gainsborough made of black shal
velvet and timlmed with bird of winm
Paradise and pink roses met with n- of
stint ed and del ighited admiration- trin
One mushroom shape, black velvet, stee
trimmed with Anmerican Beauty lens
iroses and brown maline on bandeau, mn
ireceived cop)iouis wor'ds of praise, as shah
also did one in Tambourine shape of of
dark br'own fur', tirimmed with leath- bres
er brown of different shades and
roses, and one of London smoke Tur
ban trimmed with Persian ibb)lon, and 11
one lar'ge dark r'ed, trimmned with fib-.ps
bion <mtd garnet grapes, but the~ .ne Her'
that took the ''blue ribbon' . * at rest
beautiful andt i'risiaii Ic-.-eliness, an y
Empire shape, light blue velvet, trim- po
med with long white plume and white edy.
grapes of the Malaga and thepupe g
i'ts 0C. the lelaware. p rpapi
-"-e wvere w"alking hats of all and
st.yle.- .n. 'color's, reception hats of swif
the most exquisite shades, and thi'' a
1 -niieat sort of ''hnLu a.n.m.m .
I, that the most inflated imagina
could conjecture. This stock is a
it pride, a "thing of beauty and
forever'' to the hustling proprie
, and their sales abundantly at
their siecess inl cxtering to the
!ics anii tastes of the ladies.
own Vale tie rainl inl torrents,
nolthin- daunted thie ladiVs flittedI
11 place to place in brave and ex
d admiration of many lightN
ders still before thei tinexplor
I a dreamy hazy frame ot mini
nowspaper Imlan confined his en
ed and enchanted journey and
Oht. himself at the store of that
merchant, J. A. Mimnaugh.
It fresh fromn the northern mar
with his stock selected under
personal supervision and accord
toI his taste, cultivated and refin
>y many years of business in this
1rm1lent, Mr. Mimnaugh's display
just what might have been ex
ed-fill, eleim. fresh and cheap.
mg the many styles that caught
bewildered gaze of the 'man be
m'' was a Ia.-ge felt flat hat,
inl thlree cornered slape, and
mledl withi old ,r-te and lovely
in ribbon and ex(lusite qink rose..
IV mediuni size hat of loreaix
Ie trimmed with foir- shades of
- and ribbon, anlotlher black Peter
)f Fre"nhel felt trilimed wvith
k wilgs and ribboll. allotlier of
it ve t triimied witi -rcen and
ribboll and wliite pluIme, an
r hlildIhbaec sailor of blackl velvet
meId withi htandsome plutme and
mII, Was Imiuclh admllilired; onle Fifth
lle shape, of 4--ray anld old rose,
ilnd thilown to ilte frotil, rimed
(04akes, violets, and tile foliage
Iled by nlarrmw grIen velvet rib
met wvitli liarty ejaelations of
mre and delighit.
It tasty Clerks lad de-rated the
slorv-rom inl beautifut l plaid
Rmlianl tripe ribbon. gvl".iv a
inl, delighit to thle visilors.
doIIWnl thle str-eet, Itimn- and
tramp. tramlp went thle nimw a11
Crazed4 reporter. brain trtured
freizied viewing ".ithl min-led
ligs of joy and soirrow the beauti
well-sladed. wvell-laid-out park
its foultails and coolilg re
s where was oncee the loie of
its and bats and tecond-hliand
turants, have gonie whiere the
Ihine twinieth and the( whlang-doo
vhlineth, becalse of the great fire
st winter, lie reaclied tle five
new buildiln of Hair. & Havird.
is the sky-scraper of Newberry,
DIV Ip-to-dat e-huild ing recently
Ip Iy tlhis hlustling firm. Tiey
faitil ill the future of Newberry
have shown their faitlh by their
:s in erectin.g onle of the swellest
goods and niotions store-roomns in
beautiful and progressive city,
they ask the good ladies of the
I an,d cottliy to hold up their
Is in tleir effort to give them
Sof thle best g2oods tile mari1kets
r'd for' thle least nmoney. Freshi
s, low piceiQs, co)urteouis ItreatI
t they declare shall govern them
11 their dealinigs with thleir eus
ie reporter wvas ''too far gone'
11he reached this richly and cm
'led emlpor'iuml of ar1t [and( good
,to tell Ceerythling 11e saw, but
ilimhembered a few.
e fir'st beauty that caught the
of the beholder was a Gainsbor'
Sof gr'eeni velvet timmelfld with
anit shades of greenI gr'apes and
nec. Then anotherl that p)erhlaps
ited as5 mulich notice as any in
colectionl was a Mine. Louyanne
e oif light blue1 and London smoke
med with plumes and aegrettes;
another' was a sailor of white
baid trimmed with whlite plumes,
a velvet and buckles; one large
< trimmed hat, hlandsome plume,
cm1 and maline; one brown silk
:1 tr'immed with brown velvet,
ni plumes anld old r'ose ribbon
eted favorable attent' on because
ts beautiful simnplicity. Another
ty was a large felt hat made of
o shades of violet, Mushroom
e trimmed with velvet roses and
s. Anothler a Melle. Cotel shape
elicate pink and castor beaver
med with pink wings and cut
buckles, andc last but not the
:in b)eauty and style, charming
lhe vhole lot was a Peter Pan
e, trimmned with differ'ent shades
mrald gr'eeni ribblonl and( green
Taking a Rest.
. RI. H. Greeneker, who for the
year 0or more hlas been with thle
id, has been compelled to take a
on aceounlt of an affection of his
,whiich we hope a brief r'est amnd
mer car'e of them wvill speedily rem
r. Grmeneker' is an efficient news
Ir' mlan-a first-class compositor,
s eftficienlt with tile pen as lie is
and accur'ate withI the types. He
our best wvishes for' his ear'ly res
tian .-Lmwoe IFir .1
THE CONTINUOUS RAINS.
Much Damage to Crope of Cotton, Mid
Corn and Hay-Price of Cotton Stri
Should Advance. Goo
The continuous rains for thte past
weeks have donle conlsider-able dalliage
() fihe vottonl vrop inl this. sectionl, andCr
1he storimls in the west have ijilured an
fite crop in that part of the country. Pro
Siuiner Brothers received a tele
!zrami yesterday from a business L
friend in Memphis stating that the OPJ
rains for the past. ten days had dan
aged thle cropi at least twenty-five
por cent and probably more. In inany
pilees in this couity where the weed
is ati all large the bolls are rotting.
Clear weather, however, for the next
few weeks wvill enable the farmers to
save i great deal of this cotton, and
while the cotton Crop is going to be tha
short, the greatest daiiiage that t.he 1l
farmers of this section are suffering Ne,
is in tihe loss of their hay crop, and
tle dllilgle to tle corn. If the dam
age t l he cottoni crop is general, ell,
there will be conpensation for the .
I'arimler. by the increase ill price f
whielh nmlist inlevitably come, but there
canl he 11o comlipenIIslsation for the dain- (1d]
age. (o is hav erop and his vorni Crop.:1
'Th iniations nlow are "hat tile
ramly spell is over 11n1. thal wve will
have clear veather.
Mrs. Ann Crompton.
Mlrs. An Croipton deparlted this five
lif' September 8, 19'06. She was ir- ing
ed it St. Philips (eletery on Sun- A
,September 9th. She leaves six 13
viifidr-enl twell v-1le graid children l. I
Mi ll'I welve great granid childrei. Age C
75 years, 10 nioiths aiid 20 days. f
"A precious one from us has gone, C
A voice we loved it still, I
A place is vacant. ill ouir home Nel
Which never enii be filled.'' 1
"That uilchanl.eable home is for Yol P
aIlld for 11e, I
Wleie Jesms of N(Na7aloti shitidls.
The kin ' o all kiniis and the Father Jak
And he hioldetii our crown in his Ma
"Oh, how sweet it will be ill that say
So free from all sorrow and pain,
With songs on our tongu1eq and harp4
in on hillids
To ileet ole another agaill.
.J. C. Croimpton and family. FO]
News From E.cAilsior. I
E1xeelsior, October 4.---The wet
weather contiinues and cotton and P
corn is rotting in the field. At best
the cotton Crop will be short.
Mi. J. C. Griffin, of Batesburg, vis
ited friends ill this se.tion last week. U.
Mr. Oriffin has been absent from this W
section for five years and his friends T
here were glad to see him again.
Mr'. L. S. Shealy and family of "'Ji
Little Mountain' spent Sunday with E
heri mother's family.
Owing to tihe rain thie pull)ie roads Pl
arie in a bad condition.
Miss bahlage Wheeler spent Sat- F0]
ulrday ight and Sunday with friends it
in Newberry. d1
Mr i. J1. M. Schumpert was the (1e31e- si
gate from Mt. Pilgrim church to the fi
Lutheran iiconfterence at St. Matthews
*rThec State Fair association has our
thlaniks for' remernmI" us with a TH:
p)remiumn list of the ct . n'y fair'.
Was sorry to see in The , d
and News (lie sadi death of Mr.
Jonathian Martin Of Houston Texas. B
I remember years ago when I attenid- s
ed the closing exercises of his school Il
in (lie Mollohon section of the county
when I was but a wee little boy. The
bereaved sister has our sympathy.
Each member of the farmers asso- WE
eiation is ear'nestly requestedl i e ci
present at the meeting on thu:d Sat- N
ulrday afternoon in October' as busi- C
ness of importance is to be transact- pi
43(. Tt is expected that J. B. O'Nealt
Holloway will be present to make an
address giving an outline of thie
n'workings of the Farmers Union. WA
Mr'. J. W. Hartman who has been bi
confined to his room for two weeks blin
is improving again.
Master Keister Whe.eler is corifin
ed to his room with fever. Si. NO'
VSH1dO J3V NOSVHIS 9IHJ3 NOIL
Mr. McDuffie Schumpert and Miss le
Connie Derriek wvere married Sunday
afternmoon at thle Newberry circuit
parsonage, Rlev. A. H-. Best officiat- DO2
I. SECURE YOUR SEAT BEFORE
OHOIQE ONES ARE SOLD roR c
LITTLE DUOHEZS AT OPERA
'HOUSE MC1m A' v mawr
Corrected. by Xat Wit.
et Middling .
Church Ainoun nts,.
here %will be preach:..- K1.1 0.1
ek next Sabblith1 at 11 o'loe,
at annolls Creek at 3.30, and
sperity at 8. P. M.
ITTLE DUCHESS AT TH
BRA HOUSE MONDAY NI61
Will Continue Business.
he fhi0ilre of the fivm of Ferge
and ii Cio('., brokers, of Epartanbu
had a branch office in Newberry
ainiouiicedi on Tuesday.
[r. J. K. Vance, who was in charge
le Newberry exchange, states
I lie has already made arrang
its to voitiiue the exchange
vberry, and that, he has also
-e(l to preveit any one from su
ling iay loss at the Newberry ex
nge on accouit of the failure of
geisoni & Comil)mly.
[r. Vauce states that he has at-,
-ed connetion with V. P. Ran
Ab & ('companmy, of Philadelph"
will clntinue the exchange
efters llemainiiig ill the Post of
at Newherry for the week end
.Jeff Abraims, 1). D. Amick.
. Maggie Bracey, Lucenda Brown
1. 0. Counts, Willie Crook.
Mattie Fantray, Lucinda Faison,
M. M. Harris, Miss C. Hea ,
ly Hill. .
1. Ellen Maze' Osear McDavis.
Alma Shepard, Iary Summers,
i. Bessie Werts, Alice Wickej
nie Wright, C. A. Worthy.
.I sac Yoillg.
ersngs calling foi these will pleas
that they were advertised.
t RENT-A good two horse farm,
(] dwelling house, two tenant
m1M, goo'(d out-door building and
)od pasture witlinl two miles of
rosperity. Good smooth land.
J. M. Werts,
Prosperity, S. C.
1.. SCHUMPERT'S Roller mill
ill be run only on Mondays and
uIesdays for the present.
IST AS GOOD" is "NOT THE
EIST" -buy only the genuine
haw's Malt. For sale at the Dis
L SALE--3 v'ery desirable buildI
g lots, 74 feet front. by 150 feet
3ep iln the heart of the progres
ve town of Whitimire, S. C. For
irther' infornmat ion apply to
D. H. Jones,
Raeford, N. 0.
Fl BEST service- for the least mon
'. Your~ laundry will certainly be
ado satisfactory if you bring it
I The Herald and News offie.,
asket sent Thursday and returned
xturday at 3 p. mn. A trial is all
mat The Laurens Steam Laundryi
WANT your repairing on Biy-1
es, GunQ, etc. Just received 2502
ewv Talking Machine Records.
emake your selection. You;
Cromner & McGraw.
NTEID-you1 to see me before you
nild and get prices on sash, door.,
ris, flooring, ceiling, shingles, etc.
0. W. LeRoy.
L1IOE--Have your buggies and
urriages neatly repaired and re
ted by Neely & Morgan, near Mr.
~. Pool 's stables. All work guar
(EM.BER--For two we'eks more,
will pay the cash for ladies and
en's clothing. Also special prices
r children's clothing.
Mrs. Dora Watts-Racket Store,
IT WAIT--Bring your old dres
s, waists, jackets and shoes while
ui conget the cash for them, spee
I price for little boy's and girls
Mr's. Dora Watti --Racke Stre