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7 he >loui?i!ents <>i Many People, Veuberri.ms,
and Tli'?se Who Visil
Mrs. .Julia Weeks lms return d from
Mr. W. M. Dave port, of Sa-uda, was
i -w Tn "-C/1q v
j.i till" V Jl%? I U OV4?*,? .
Mr. I). L. Boozer, cf Kinards, was in
tiie city Wednesday.
Mr. W. C. Bishop was in .the city
' Wednesday i'rcni Kinards No. 1.
J. A. Dominick, of Kinard, is an %xposition
"\,Tv.r. Inlinenn is VlfiitinST
IV11 3. )t llilUHI v,
h r daughter and family in Columbia.
.Janes A. Burton, of Newberry, is
among; tile exposition visitors.?The
J. Y. McFall, of Newberry, cashi-r
c f th-? Commercial bank, Ls In the city.
Messrs. Rids; 11 and Murphy Bowfrs,
of Prosperity Xo. 4. were in the city
sir i liiueri t:ai:es oi .\ \\u**ii\ i?
Siting her sister, Mrs. Calhoun Marshall.?A:drson
Mrs. H. K, Boyd, of Whitmire, is
spending the week with Mrs. H. L.
Mr. .Ta:ne? B. Singleton, of Conway,
attended the funeral of his uncle, the
late Al x Singleton, in Newberry last
Mr. and Mrs. 1. M. Smith of Kintmro
arrivdH ill Pnlllnihiu rnr fhp
corn exposition and ar= at the Imperial.?
Rev. Edward Fifljenwider, pastor of
the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer.
Newberry, wa^a visitor yesterday at
the Corn exposition.?The Statr.
Dr. D. M. Crosson of Leesville, a
former member of the senate from
Lexirgton county. ;s in Columbia, a
jiues7; ai ine .1 ronie.? j lie ?rare.
Miss Julia Smith, cf Chappy lis, came
to see "The Trail of the Lonesome
Pine." Monday night\and spent the
night with Mrs. Jnc R. Scurry.
Mrs. /T. H. Pope and Miss Kate
Gary of Kinards are visitors in Co.
lumbia for tin exposition and an:
quests at the Jerome?The State.
Miss Lois Johnson, of Whitmire, was
the gu-cst of Misses Be.-sie and Lena
Copeland Saturday and Sunday.?Re-n1
j:0 cor. Clinton Gazette.
Miss Simmons, the popular tracher
at Harris Springs spent Friday and
Saturday wfth friends at Whitmire.?
Cro.-s H'!l cor. Laurens Advertiser.
Chief of Police W. H. .Jernigan returned
o : Thursday fro-n Laurens with
his childr n. Policeman J. C. Lee acted
as chief during Chief Jernigan's abI
Miss Maine D. Drowning, of GoldvilP?.
and Miss Eva Oxner. of Kinards
witne sod "The Trail of th?. Lonesome j
Pine." V'jnday night, spending the I
i:ight with Miss Banna Green.
Mr. A. D. Hudson-acted a? toastmaster
at a ba qu:t in Columbia on j
Wednesday ni?ht, by the South Caro- :
lina Berkrhi;^ Breed is' association,
in honor of mombers of the Am lican
Mrs. E. M. Evans and Mr. Everett!
Evans. .Tr.. have returned from .Jacksonville
Fla.. af'-^r visiting their relative,
Mrs. .io?e\.h E. Lock wood, at ;
Riv r.-ifle ave '-e. II:'. Evans, Sr.. .net!
them in Columbia Weinesday.
Dr.<}eo. I\. Hutohinion ws-rt to Co-,
lumbia on Wednesday in ord-er to ac- j
company his brother, Mr. Thos. J. |
Hutchinson, home Thursday, the latter!
having undergone a rece.:t op'ration
J. H. Anderson, T. B. Greneke:, F. j
B. DeShields, J. M. Towns' r.d, J. 0. ;
Patterson and H. S. Black, member? cf j
the Wofford college basketball team. ;
arrived Thursday to have a gam. with j
the Newberry college team Thursday
Miss lone Hamiter, who will be remembered
as a young lady living at
Helena during the location of the old '
Greenville and Columbia railroad shop
at that place, will b~> married to Mr.
James Reevis, a traveling man in Columbia
Quartermaster General, Col. J. '
Mario^i Davis; Aid:1. Major X. B. Wise,
Aides-de-camp, Col. .Joliu K. Aull have
b^en reappointed by Governor Blease
<ts members of his staff, and Messrs.
H. \V. Dcniinick^ and K. M. Evans, Jr.,
have been appointed new members. .
Dr. Samuei I). Pelham. of AslK-ville, 1
was the city Wednesday. His time (
was so limited that h w:is pnable to
see many of his friends, to th ir rogr-1. t
Mr. John Miller of Whitmire. snout 1
Sun^-'v vi'h his r- ro "T"', Mr ;i ~d Mrs. :
^ W. M. Miller -Cress !:ril cor. Laurefls
.Mr. I). R. Lavender, of Xewberry,1
jrnt iht4 we: k-end in Hi- city with
bis family, on Rutledge avenue.-Gaff- t
r.ey Ledger.* : j
.Mrs. G. G. Sale and Miss Blanche; *
rfa!- returned on Monday from a visit *
to .Mrs. Sale's sister. Mrs. S. H. McLean,
in Columbia. j *
.. . .... iia.Viie Leavell, after | ,
a bnei but ve^y pleasant \u?il 10 ni? ' ?
oid noin lieie, iia\es on Friday 10 ^
j 4 ctUl'li lO ui- ilUillC 111 i ill i wiicu.. j i
....... i.eaveii's broth-er, Mr. Rob-L
' ert V. Leavell, his sisters, Miss Fannie j ,
| L,eave.i and "Airs. W. Jti. jr-cinani, or., j j
! and other relatives and frie..di wer-j ,
! rejo.ced 10 see him, and t/h-y regret
; that his stay was so short. He is i
L-.e piCcuie of h-caith and strength. <
YAKIOI'S AMI ALL AM)IT.
I THV Balkan States cooked Turkey, .
j using lots of Greece.
I ! '
Th^ U. D. C. will meet with Mrs. L. .
| W. Floyd on Tuesday afternoon at 4
The Rev. D. P. Boyd will preach at. '
j Cannon's Creek A. R. P. church next
| Sabhath, February L', at 3.30 o'clock
! P- m.
The Rev. X. A. Heinrick will preach 1
| a sermon to men at the West End Bap-j
I tist church on Sunday afternoon at
t ? o. ;
O.C>U O C1UUH.
Next Sunday being ground bog day, I
lots of people can look for the little j '
animal that tells whether the winter <
; will be long or spring be along soon, i
Why don't you go to the corn -expo? '
Yoking coloDels on the governor's
staff?H. W. Dominick and Exerett Ev. j
| ans. Evans is probably the youngest:
j member of any governor s staff.
L ' j1
Will Gaines is serving sen^mce of <
30 days on chaingang, in lieu of pay- i
ing $25, for fighting and cutting an- <
other negro. Tried before Recorder 1
The Rev. Sanders R. Guignard will
make his regular visit to St. Luke's
Episcopal church next Sunday afternoon
at 4 o'clock, at which evening 1
prayer the holy communion service 1
will be celebrated. '
j Down in South Carolina they are (
I a- 5*%rvc?c?Mr>to Vvt? nor^Al 1
puJSll/uo ujr ^/fti vci puov. n v
would like to record a 'possum love ^
i f-?ast at the governor's: mansion attended
by all the newspapers of the 1
Mr. Butler Morgan's four-year-old j
grandson, while playing on last Friday,
took an axe and chopped off a finger
of the little two-vear-old boy, the
I finger hanging to the skin. Dr. T. W.
Smith put it back in place and it is getting
along all right.
T^e Rev. A. M. Gardner will hold j
services on next Sunday as follows:
\t O'Xeall Street church, in.morning j
I at 11 o'clock. Subject-, "Love, the ful- ..
i Rl -x Urv T o ti* " T n ta flirAnino
' in iii^ .ji iiirr l^ck >> . in g v^iiiu^
j at 7 o'clock. Subject, "Salvation, ^
| Why?" At Oakland in the afternoon ?
I at 3 30 o'clock.
Recorder Earhardt on Thursday sen- *
tenced several negroes to pay $"> or 1
serve 30 days for gambling?Ben Lee T
Willias, Baby Golding and Jack Brown. *
The latt-r got a like sentence for fighting.
These were rounded up by Acting 1
Chief Lee and his able body of policeC
: ]'s'Vve followed in quick suc e?svrn
and the:e have been four in the j
V-^to iii a remarkably brief f-eiiod, ail
>v rirtol shots. The two fcuria's in g
wherry from this dreadful causs was
oilcwed immediately by the news of q
"-;"i '^ ^>f a ma *, and now comes it
the s-f If-dost ruction of a Gre'nville
virl 14 years old. ^ t]
S:e where the Columbia chamber of
commerce off'rs $-"0 for the best article
:n "Wliv South Carolina people should
attend the Xatioral Corn Exposition.
The article must be published prior to i K
February 22. As the 22nd is ground j
hog day, :onif farmer may have the. |
inspiration to write tiie prizf> article.
T\v:nty-five dollars is offered for the ^
next best piec \ ! '
As Xewberrv wants a hospital and B
there is a movement her- to that end, Si
and as the Stat? Baptist association is B
eetermined to have a hospital some-. H
where in the State, and as two of Xew-: tc
berry's most promi'-ent men are iden-! 1tified
with both?Col. W. H. Hunt as nc
president of tbe Baptist association,
and Mr. .Ino. M. Kinard as trustee of nc
the propcs-d Baptist hopitarl, .why hi
can not Newberry join forces and work
hard to obtain th? prize? vi
V&A ... .\ ! f
If X-ewherry really wants to know
he value of a chamber of commerce
o a town let them ask anybody in
jreenwood.- Greenwood .Journal. Yes!
Monday will b alesday. Not much th
o be done in the way of public sales, ur
)ut com to town anyway and get bar. th
rains at the stores whose merchants ; St
tare 1:-. en and are advertising through . sr
""he Herald and News. j c'?1
At tlif Corn Exno.
Among those- v.nj .mended, arc at- j
nding or will attend, tho Coin ox-j
)Ocition, poultry show, etc., in Coluni-;
)ia, are: Mr. and .Mrs. .). \V. R->agi \ j
dr. and Mrs. .1. L. Welling, Mrs. W. W. j
-lornsbv, Miss Alic Hcrnsby, Djagb.s j
-lornsby, Mrs. D. F. Pit'er. Miss Banna
\"eel, Rev. Edw. Fuienwider, Mr. ana i
Ur.:. J. B.^Halfacrc, Miss .lo.si- Pay- :
singer, Dr. W. E. Pelham, .Jr., Dr. G. j
IV. Connor, Misses Minnie and Corri -'
ivJi Havird, .J. V. McFall Frank G.!
Davis, R. (\ Carlisle, .Jr., T. Roy Sum-j
ner, Thos. P. Johnson, .J. Claude Dom-!
nick, H. W. Dominick, .1 o. B. Griffin,!
W. H. Hardeman, D. B. Chandler. Tom-j
nie and Arthur Wells, Miss Anna;
Dick?rt, corn club boys, Dr. E. E.
Stuck, Mri. Lalla Simmons, Mrs. James :
Meli?tosh, Rev. J. \V. Carso.-, Mrs. J. R. j
Eisofi, "Rastus" Eison, Miss Saluda
B'tase. Miss Alice Aull, E. H. Aull,
Mrs. Wm. Johnson, H. T. Ren wick,
McHardy Mowv', Lambert W. .Tones..
Ino. B. Mayes, A. Burton, J. Clusley
Dom '.lick, We'ch Wilbur, 0. 0. Cop<iar.u,
E. B. Coneland, C. White Fant.
J. P. Xeel, F. W. Brawlev, Mrs. R. C.
Hoyleston and little son .fames, J. R.
Davidson, Jno. C. Goggans, Jr.,rMiss
I i/zie Earhardt, Mis- Eloise Earhardt,
~ - - T T T-l 1 ^ T J r?
u. E. Hutcnmson, l<. i. reagr-, n.
Havird. J. W. Henderson,
Say them now, those appreciative
words that come so readily after the
?ars to which they would have Ik en
".weetest solace, are forever dsaf to
->r.r?fViKr or>?inHc niv.c thp rpassnrinz
mile, tho encouraging hand-clasp
while you may. Soon it will be too
late to pour the precious ointme.it that
night have soothed a troubled heart.
How much vain regret would be spared
us if we were only kinder to all
*bout us. Let us be ?nore free with
)ur words of praise, while the day is
with us. Soon the evening shades
will fall around -us.
The Burial of Mr. Alex NjneWou. 1
The death of this good old Confederate
veteran was mentioned in tlu last
issue of this paner. He ,v\vaT buried
last Tuesday afternoon in Rosemont
II r IC1 # C ?iv c W11U UW\,a ^ -- w
pastor, the Rev. E. D. Kerr of Aveleigh
Presbyterian church. The pallbearers
were: M's'-rs. Haskell Wright, W. F.
Rwart, W. A. McSwain, .T. X. McCaug:h-iD,
Henry M. Boozer and R. D. Smith.
Tr. The grave was covered with
Xuws from Near (liajmis.
January 29.?Mr. Jacob Koon, of
dewberry, was visiting nis ratner mi.
W P. Kcon, Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Bill Drear, was i.i town 0:i btisn'ss
Mr. Verley Fulmer, tndent. of the
v.itheran Srminery in Columbia, made
i flyinfi trip home Saturday.
Mrs. L. W. Cannon and sister Miss
ferdel A. Koh.i attended services at :
Jasadonia church last Sunday.
Mr. Tonrnie Graham arid friend Mr.
Ubort Wilson, two popular young f: 1 cws
of Pomaria, were visiting near
own Saturday night and Su ulav. I
j?ij <->> pcct a wedding 0011.
Mr. ?nd Mrs. S.im Wiggers mov:d in
^p:r now re?i(k~CA last Thursday.
Miss Emma Wiggsrs and sister
llaudie were shopping in town Tuess
Mi.s Iissie Bo'and, of near Litt'e
Jountain was visiting l\*r fri/ids
lisses Lillie and Blanche Frick last
Mr. Dave Singley, and Miss Boll
.'anno:!, of Little Mountain, were vis
ing Miss Bessie Lindler last Sunday.
Every body enjoyed themselves at (
lie minstrel and cyster supper 2iv.11 -
y the High School last Saturday ,
ight in town.
Miss Cf isie Lindler gave a . umber ]
f her fiii'nds a party and cak walk j
ist Saturday night. Tliose present
ere: Misses Verdel A. Kohn. Boll and
illi^ Ronck, LilH , I>lanch \ Lottie,
ula and Ethel Frick, Essie Boland
olio Cannon a id Br ;-ie George of '
ittle Mountain. Messrs.- . Lonnio.]
chn. Walt and Henry Ronck. .loll .
ickley, Ernest W -singer, Keister c
3ii, Dewhit Boland, Dave Singley,
en George, Willie Boland. Olli.
ufstctzler, Van Bumdrick, Jonis Risr,
Hoss Buindrick, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. j
indler and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Coni
Mr. .J. B. Bouk.:ight and L. W. Can- ^
)n are going to Lexington and Cclum- ^
a, 011 business today.
ai'w-c i ii'iip nn;l Blanche Frick ar
-iling their friend, Miss V -rdel Kohn
Mr. Karnost Wessinger, is in town
day on busm t'S.
Hot Supper. ; n
There will be a hot supper giv n at : (j
e We t Knd gc-hool buildi: a, \t Sat- ?.
.'lay right. February 1. by the Phila- '
r;< class and other of tile O'X all o
h.m't M. x'"j. Sunday school.- A gpoa f;
pwer is exp cted and c," .,r"br^y is! tc
rdially invited. J t\
n ' )jicii Litter.
io ii;e .\"V. ( ?.,. ... legation in the
i itpi-il<-.* l .i Sun.rJi.y t > S.ii-ei v'.^or
.i ! .C; a :i.:: i a1. v.yii.v c io -> } ><>-1:0
tan j;c to cany o,1 i... neces ary r-ji
..J a. . C Oi tilC CtlU- o! CO.iiiiy lip- '
.nience^t of education, for if you and
ie supervisor uo not know it, I have
. jiiy f^ur.d i; accessary at times t >
write a i w letters in the proper co duct
of the Office. He seenie : su-pi'is <1
and thought that one who received as
big a salary a- the county sjj, :iiit_>:iu.
.n o; education should pay for his own
stasis. 1 am not complaining about
the salary, because 1 knew what it
,o when I took the office, but as
natter of fact 1 have not seen any
:hirv from the county but foi .
onth since I have held the office. The
cou.:ty give- you a little du. bill, and
if you want the money you have to
got some- one to discount it at a big
late of r-'Test. 1 ut stamj s is what 1
want now. Mr. Hill says the county
has no moiKj and the postmaster will
ot s-:ll them to me even c,i t\:- credit
of the county. And will not haul my
letter- unless 1 put the sra-uipsi ci
them. Mr. Hill says it will tnke
000 to put the county out of debt. And
he can not pay for any stamps.
You gentlemen have been in the leg
lSlature for s- vcral v-^irs, and it
seems to me that it is up to you to do
something to relieve the situation, or
do you think that the little county officers
should borrow .noney to run the
necessary correspondence of their offices.
0. yes, 1 know it is a small mat- ;
ter, but when no salary is coming ic
might be a bis thing to som of us.
For the information of Mr. Supervisor
Hill I want to quot? a ection of the
general school law. Section 1723
reads: "County to fur :ish certain
things.?The county board of commission
rs of each ccuntv are authorized
and required (note "required") to furnish
the county board of education of
their county with a comfortable a d;
convenient office and suitably office
furniture, and to supply said office
with fuel lights, stationery, postage
(note the word) and such other incidentals
as ar? necessary to the prop-r
transaction of the legitimate business
of the office." The county superintendent
is secretary of the county board,
and is supposed to run the office, and
to keep up with the correspondence,
and it takes a f'w stamps. Maybe
the county board of commissioners
could buy the stamps even if they have
no money. I don't know about that:
But they say they will not. The former
supervisor said if I would buy stamped
envelopes from the governme -t he
would .pay for th--rr. and he did. I
don't know how. Before ordering th's
time I -enquired if I should go ahead
and cnier through th-*1 government.
Mi;. Hill *a;d r could, but he had no
mor-'y to ray the bill. It will do no
good to order unless I can pay. What
must be doi'e? Please answer. Why
i.ot put the county on a ca?h bnsis,
^nyhow? It is bad enough for th-e people
to hnvr to run on a credit. The
r-ou~ty shouH na.v cash. It would be
fi"?ono?nv. Put how about some stamps '
to write a fcw letters?
Your humble servant.
E. H. Anil.
Cnnntv SM^priufpnd'ut cf Education. >
T\ ?!?The on'v reason I hav? for
'^vMiiipgr j,> The F>rald and XCws
! : that I rive r>n ?t;i!T!t>s with which to
s-nd y mi personal letter nnd mv
rredit is srood with The Herald and
v^''? for hil1c?. and I understand
thp r>aner is mailed you r?ch i-sue
without rharp^. E. H. A.
prpSM^nf itohiwon to vi<if \(M,vl?errv.
Fev. R. f,. RoM'sou. T\ T).. pr-rsirt'-!it
of ti->e Woman's College cf Due
Wost. will preach in the A. R. P.
r>1 1. f 11 orv,l
c. ' I U l"' * I! ]" ' '< l O r\ 'J\j i I i (I 1 11 i y L\t\ r\ nun
it King'? Cro^k 3.30. This is T)r.
Roh'v<?r*>. t v-;cit -> y wberrv and
:<* will he h^-vd with pleasure
Death of Mr. (i. If. >Yerts.
Mr. Graves Micha?.l Wert?, of Silverrreet,
dif>d of diabites aft?r a lingerng
illness at the home of his nephew,
Ur. O. \V. Long, at I'topia, on Thurs!ay
morning at 4 o'clock, and was ou i?
d at Mt. Zion on Thursday afternoon
it 4 o'clock, service by the Rev. D. P.
>oyd. He was ">9 years old, and is sur'ived
bv three brothers and two sis? -"
? T T
as iui'ows. .jiiu. n. tvciw, ui
}r~?nwood: J. S. Worts, of Silv-?rtreet;
R. M. Werts, of Newberry: t
fr-\ Alice Boazman, of Fort Worth, ^
>xas. and Mrs. .1. Yancey Fioyd, of r
'ow. ship Xo. fi.
Tlie Ykiy Tlicv Do ;?( Renn<>. u
or. Clint.o." (laztte.
We have heard many favorafoV crit isms
of Row W. R. Fauknight's ?t- \
u)n on "Tlia Prodis:.) 1 Son" hist Sunay
at Sard is. It was-indeed a 11
T?rcth?r ' i'.'" : - - rv - ' i 'I
iir#conimn. ity as i > ! ho^n V *' r
,, *:;aT c r ?n
*? ' * J 1 * J
irs n'?n cut? irlliiu: a (uuu
verity dollars Sunday :iy;1
Newbern Poultry There.
At the poultry show ot' th-? eor i 4 xposition
in ('cluinbia this week, exhibitions
by .Wwborrians w;r? as follows:
L. Wolling. Muff Plymouth Rocks.
H. T. Ren wick and Welch Wilbur,
Sing! Co lib White Leghorns.
.1. A. Burton, Single Comb Black
*?- ?11: : w:?
iui. w^niiis wuii pi iai*s ju "?s> duu
Plymouth Rocks as follows: Cock,
fourth. Hons, first rook rels. second
and third. Pullets, first and third'. Pen.
Mr. Burton won prizes on his Single
Comb Black Minonas as follows: Cock,
first and second H n, second and
fourth. Cockerel. second. Pullet, third.
Mr. Wilbur won nrizos on his Single
Comb White Leghorns a? follows:
C -r*kor'i, first. Pullet, first..
Five dollars in gold, offered by W. H.
Gibbes, mayor of Columbia, for best
pullet in the show, was won by Welch
In Remembrance of Our Dear Father.
.Jacob Samuel .Bowers was born
Aop'1 2~, 1 ^">7, and depart this life
Peceinb r 22, 1912, making his earthly
i1 Tri;*1;1 "5 years ~ ven 'vonths 2S
tdays. Pe leaves a wife and ^isht children.
aid many relatives and friends,
to . tenin hv death.
Precious father, thou hath left us,
A voire we loved is still.
The place made vacant in our home
Can never more be filled.
Father was a man of promise,
Possessing traits of goodnes? rare,'
Always ready to do his duty,
And help others their's to share.
He was kind to evryhccly,
And made friend:? where'er he went,
For he never had contention.
Nor would he a wrong resAit.
We will all soon go to meet him,
Xevc** more to part again;
But in that fternal city
?)f our God, ycu shall remain.
Lonely the house a d sad the hours,
Since our dear father has gone,
But oh, a brighter home than ours
In Heaven is now his own.
May God bless thn greatest trial,
T/n r fntton 1
iU juui suui s T'lcruai jko^c,
And to Heaven safely bring you,
Where all earthly cares shall cease.
Those happy hou^s we once enjoyed
with him. 1
,How sweet his memory still;
Put. he has left an aching void,
This world can never fill.
Ti?-. hard to break Jhe tender chord,
When love has bound it to the heart,
'Tis hard, so hard, to speak the word,
Must we forever part.
Sle'p on dear father,
And take your rest;
Go-! called you home,
And thought it best.
Written by wif? and Children,
Prosperity, S. ;C. !
Report of Field Aarent.
My work this v "?pk was indeed v rvj
pleasant and encouraging at Wheeland ,
school in District number thirty-one.
A Local Improvement assoc'ition was!
>rganiz:i wit'-! nh^:t twp^ty-fiv* mem. j
bers. The following officers were ?-:
lected: President, Mrs. Ed. Sease; j
vic3-president( Mrs. J. W. llindler; j
secretary and treasure^ Miss Margaret j
On Thursday evening the president!
of thi; association gave a "box party",
for the benefit of th-i school. The (
sum of eleven dollars was realized.
This occasion was largely arte .dsd by
young and old, a.:d thoroughly enjoy- '
>d by all present.
Th? school is progressing nicely unci
r the management of Mi-:s Margaret
D'Xeall, a graduate of Limestone col-(
1 had the pi asure of receiving the ]
horpit.ility of every patron i.i the dis1
Owing to the inclement weather,
the superintendent of education was
u.:able to visit the school.
411 nrrsons whose town taxes for ;
lie year 1912 have not been paid will j
>leas-e t?k? notice that if such taxes ;
ire not paid cn or befor-- the 15th dav
if I-'f'iniary. 11)10, oxer;iirions will be ;
s-ned for tho collection, of sneh tn.\c.nd
placed in th hands of the sheriff. ,
By order of the Town Council.
J. R. Scurry.
-L'S-td. C'erk. j
All former ro''d ovcrr?-v-i>- rre he!-0- '
y rrcpire.l :o s :\i tli<* isor ?. j
y ai d, !f con-. to . 1,<
y i r r i
-17?if. Conr.ty Sr; |
"Corrected by Nat GisM. ^
j Seed 35
" <Hv Hobt. McC. Holmes.) ^1
j Cotton 121-2 J
| Cotton 12}i
I Cotton seed 40 1
j Cotton 1-& !
Seed ... 36
* Little ftonittaiiu ..
Cotton 12 to 12*4
'Cotton seed, per .100 1.25
> (jotrou 12% M
Seed, per 100 .. 1.40 ^jj
Cotton 12 *j
! Seed, per 100 1.35
One Cent a Word. No ad
? * j)3"
vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents. 4
DR. J. R. GILDER, J1U Dental Par- V
lor.-, in i>ostoffice building, corn^
Caldwell and Friend streets.
I 10-29-tf .
i .HONEY TO LE>iD?Money to lend on 1
real estate. Long time ind eas7 '
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter.
CITIZENS wanting servants may Jibe
supplied with same by comm incM
ing with James S. Daniel, 825 Scott^B
street city. ll-281tf. 1
j HIT a tenuine diamond nng for $15
j at Williamson's. Fte-Cf
! r i
rARjTKKS, we have a few "McKay" 1
stalk cutters left, at bargain prices. 'm
I Also complete line turn plows -and J
harrows. If needing anything iQ M
} this line we will save you money.
Purcell & Scott. 1-17-tf.
FOR SALE?Fine White Wyandot
cockerels, 75 cents each. England
Bull nunpi s, $n.00 each entitled to
registration. Write Haywood Coif- I
mar, Silverstreet, S. C., R. F. D. 1.
! ' ..j
: HEADQUARTERS for fine mules. Car
infft "jpriuftd Tonnoccao -anH
4V1*? JWWV U/ * l? IVllWVWVVV
Kentucky; prices right. At Jacobs' Jm
Stables. Jacobs and VVilson. fl
REPTT'ED?Your electric light bill ?
will be reduced when you use Mazda . '
* I.amp-. Summer Bros. Co.
- - ' J M
\VA>ttIED?You to try Mazda lamps,
rfnd see a great saving in your electric
light bill. Summer Bros. Co. - s
l'!-AS. PEAS, TEAS?For saler*?vferJB
hundred bushels of Clay peas, slight- VH
* ly mixed. For prices write, Box
Abbeville, S. C.
To Opfn a Private School. M
At rhe r'quest of -everal parents, Jflj
H. O'Xeall Holloway has consented t<fl
re-open his private schoci at his resiB
rf->nce. 200'i .Trshnstore stre t. the fir^H
Mo day in February.
He v. ill rnke only n limited
and none heV\v the 'ighth eraie.
will ?ivP yvc'a1 ntten+ion
ric, English grammer, Latin and Alge-^-M
' - - /? ...ill ' 1 A
'>rn. j-rr^1 vt thuu'ji win ue .u<*u?7 i
k own on application.
Xhurcb of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edward Fulenwider, Pastor.U^
Nothing preventing, the follow^B
will be the program of divin,?. servjjH
at the Lutheran Church of the Re-:
'^-"vpr rest Sunday: "a
n a. m.-VThe regular morning |?r-* m
vice. In. thevsermon at this service the?
pastor will have ?omething to say on
the matter of th~ '^nforceittent of I
laws/' especially, in regard to strong
drink nrd c'earette. There is a stat*
in.v pr-hibi^i^e thp sale of cigarettes afl
to ni^orc. TV?e"e sbcnM be a law in fl
N*owlv>rry r>rohibiti"? the sale at alL I
For th'- the n'^pien of r^e t^wn atfJB
working nnd TP-'1 men wno hth
oQfod in t]10 welfare of th* boys of th^HBH
town should aid them in every w??v t|fl
stamp out flip evil. Th*> mo't nitifyM
sight imaeinable is tV- little ho?
smoVirs: .the noi?o *ons and consurnpH
p v?.?Tho' o v11 h-"? *> '
corvjfp for vonns: p^on'o. /!** *
jr>et of th? senr?n wil' 1)?:
f-??r5?isr in T;?e Greatest AriD.v in^BH
World." In th*- s^rpp'? of most"
cirios may he spon sis^'s rPDr^^^ntins^B
soldiers nnd sailors in.. att^cfiv^ iip:-|
forms, with th?so words: "Men
rd." At almost ov ry t'*rn i.i 1,**?
-- - ? _ - ? _ ^
i'v^? 1 :? i;"g 'ii
fi.-" ?ti ;'t faCf4.; Of f !1' 1 *.VO 'V ?!?..
T'H'ro will ho rocd ,
i ,} -' *>,-? s r ' " cf,Ury** '!+"* I
'; ? r, "3 i oifluvly invito to aim
M " *7* ?
h? ?'-rvices. /