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F. II. A ULL. it,t'olt.
VAY YOURn MlUSSCRPTION.
'T'he I lerald and News exp)ects every
subsi tibe" to pay somietlhin;; on his Sul -
stcrip tion, i it. i not. paid in adtlVitne
already, between this Lilne atd Lhe end
of the ye:t.. We do not wiatt to be di
lplpiontel We need the mnone.y. Ito
not wait, or s:ome! onte to hunt you IIIp
and dun you, hut if you owt. lo' your
lu.plr,. wallc atroundl to the office antd
Shoilw y(urlI' appl reeia tion by miakinig pa
ient. I,tt this le suli ient notice to
Gtairiel I'oole, who died here a few
days ago, wats a negrto atl ifty yvears of
his live he was at slave. I Ie was always
.in>or and coulhi a'elyt read and write.
Y"tt lie didi a vast deal of good. oor
st't'nty Ve:t's, it lutling the time when
so fatr as he I;iesw there was nothirig
hefle himi but slaveiy, lie was hihpe
bn taiuse he believed wit It all his inat
:II soil that when he diitid hte woul
ro to . ta i t" of ev'erlast ing peace andl
rest amil coutntnment, and beaut-y ,
whe'''e th'ret wonid 1)e n0 lilot-e buit'dell."
to ,ettr or tea's to be sIted or stlllering
to l enti ri'l tI or langers to be feared.
''he choir sang att his funertai:
tt )n :he other shilt of Jiothms ,
In tle sweet ithls of -ide'i:
Whe-re t he weiedt eease irt m t roubling
.\ tihl t ie wt a y ar att rt'est."
Ilie hi-lieve-itl in that: he tan-ht thonl
sani's of others to believ'e in it ind(i to
I'iI e' for it. to loik foriwatrtl to it Wi ih
faith and joy. l' liht tieed tui up
Iiftt"i the hearis of shtutts antl mule
mnl hunbel i IatII betls Ip acti in
stet ol fear I oi.
I'sober t t ;. I s , of lI I 'l mta t ' of the
ttuo t b itlihtnt o atul' this <( t l ry Ii:"
t'vet n ewn-- cde tll. ioishedl.tlistlin
:: I ibdll amtl ricb. fie hIfoi'"veI ixI: o h
in-,. iteIve slIend1idlyvand when'i he
ld wt ' hopu lessly intota it' , ial
uess thitt 1:(1 s 1pp(osi oieontoaime( noth
intIn mat kedI theendl of all. lIIe bu.iedI
hilmself altiI use t t t( Ien t lIkeiaw:1V
htlmxt tu l faith, t (Iraw h ist al i'n of
blttfk d: ktless acrs t' o t te-prosxii i. of
rest will hatpphi 's',t of , reen till lu-aet "
tini liehlts andl eonifor"t fill. li' wdrt' '
id ::aief str;rken and h vy vl htiler.
11 d1(id! all be eonhtl to wtr'ench from
pot ion a.tityt a ti i l t I ! u x nil onsto. tlatI
ti un I'''" fthith in heavel f ii. lii' ae
r eill;hed ts' I tioutin tI 'hhrd 4t1 i v
to t e' uiu of uinIItatn nliser , x too thii "
bhxi g from at ny u til ii h t Iis. lea ;II
ihemI o liy t 'tt sorrowt ie I l i'e . IIle
t I h ii ' h 1'i y loin t ilis -t l < alnld
iij itt 'l i I as the r'esutI eru ritm
as feo lenil e1-lt1l is m Wit ever il.tl. A\
man has ithe eiht to be an a not. , to
ieheli(tve eth1.I in: u i t hel i lhe
1thin tI,i h tol-i'I y ill- ':'tIh ll hople
stntl eunsuhtt iom of othe. s hie tloes hr
Ile cinw: xx n-n he io s it for' hire
ttnt aiu it is eri tu- nt only hortrliblt
Ilit ho ltt i n nti'tti inlinitelv ('ont.epi ti
Wthi h w\as the mortu sucxessfil life:
(;aht iel P'oole'., or In~ersull's treen.
We have oti ltOim ht thIt if yon
were to st,twi t h ie-1 t l et a il aisk
eo tt\ i' eet y. le l for what ite was
lit y, waitt his th i l l re in life was,
cIty. vaeisd would be thneainswet an Mod
thow fx'e wotih be t o iSv0( 1ae is e
th e rt ft'oiation the mten ndwoe
and Lieve1n11 intiielet Eveen andc's oe
ohere Is, ntimes forc'd to0)i coclute
it,a fro the ado a li te w:th' ft'
tech4LOlino aerslt)0 heiry Concetion'a
oftt)t l feil s ad ndwit.h1hi t'ti xx,his 1world.
Ande fiin eve cotithatiom who1( makie
alond nd lo ea-loyre onei n the'k.
week but the110(1her i arl iiiet large
inl( tayin Coituetland tunind theinis.
"hi Ch wqas,i t amltte sucxessfl
lia- iaiket Il'tnis SoringersotL?"
Ands yon01 htulin gt here s aometi
An;r inaifo uany things nd wer havie
tIoo11( some Gabie' hc to'ebWhich cone
iovte wtypeou 11wot of yot ow liey
Coumiaechnts atbIia IattouiOttperttinfg)1
tealcottonmre emi eo
,he redpi fin ther markcttoet'-n
keathe N :bnr thiedyethr inauetteb
antve strets Wo noi)that,e therAe.
andt wihor terocad torket, 0n tha
ety Tereans ne wusihat, aede o
cOftoumret illda the ctton anod
thaet whanedle cotton theyoldathereas
Newbheryse for tt beeral arsa
tohe mildl, u atheroetyny evenx
pons's and loss if there shotild be any,
and in this way keep the pr1icv upI) and
benef!it their 'own.
''his would have been an excellent
season for such t combination, but,
thanks to our mnerchants, we have not,
needed anything of the kind here this
Now that the State dispensary is
tndergoiig inivestigattiont we hope it
will be thorough and complete, and if
thete is wron;r-doing that the wron_
doers will be brought, to light and pun
ished. I,et the probiig go on and then
put good business nen in chbt.ige, men
of uIi lucstioned honest,y and ihtegrity.
To run ai business of a million and i
half you want a mllanl as Commuissionct'
of capacity to do it,. 1111, fiist let the
stables be cleaned and eleni ed and let
the people kne v just what the situat.lon
We are sorry Admiral 1)ewey aecept
ed as i trift that \Vashi gton lolme.
And then asked th'tt it he fiwn'ished.
lII (oes not, need .,, and it lowers the
greatness of tile man. It revel)s his
hmn an side very plainly.
The first copy of 1.h Ie)aily MIail, Ithc
new aftcrnoon paper at A -derson, hast11
b een received and mnakcs ia good Ip
pea u-anc and is ii !01d with general and
local nmv., and alo has a good line of
advcrtheecnts. \We hope it will be ia
(1c155. It makes ia good begin'ing.
.11d,,e Alrich slilt issued a W rit
of ('ertio.-ai o"der"ing the Iloard of
('ontrol t,o bniri, into cour't the entire
rccord of proceel ilngs lcal ing to the dis
m issal of (ommll issioner I)outhit. Ac
will pub lsh the petition of Mir, I)out
t,hit and the order of the .11udge1 inl 011
('onglres:<m an LIttim or" has sent in IL
clwekl1 to the Attorn.-y Genleral, which
has be,'n I. tr't''.I over to the bondsnl
of ILl. Na!, in payment for the 1' ok
'a0+e whioh hie reeeived d In-ing Mtr.
Neal's ahn inistral.ion.
11%1.1 '1 I'll'4 A 1il Tl u i 1'l (1A
('ouhI not ex press the raplture of Aln
ji I. ,s'pringer, of a11:' llowtrd St.,
lhiladelphia, I'l'., wlhen she found I1111
I)r. 'liog's New I)iscovely for C on
s tntIton hl ,i l onplelely cured her of
a haecknt, e;Oghlt 2inl Ifor i a11111 y ye:Irs
:luel c11 lh life at huttfoe . All otlher
remtaedies an1 d dot o1 lld give her nio
heilt, but she sys of Ihis Royal C'ure
"it oon) re'(noved i he pain in my
chest and Ii ent now sleep sound(Ily,
1111 thi in: , I :,I sea ttely rem ember
doitig Iesorec. I Il'eel like sounding i;r
praises throt hout the IlIO ivese."1 i)o
u.ill every ( Ie who tries D)r. Kinig's
New lDbscovery for any Irloulel of t,he
TIrot ('hes, or Lungs. Plrice 5 . and
SI llt. Trial b ottles I ree at all Drug
Sl ores; every bott le guaratiled.
NWi"wnl II01'oatu Iln ':r...d.
The school att .11a'tfo:'d opened or
Mlonday, O ctober "nd, utnder t,he Supler
vision of I he formner teacher" at the di
rection of the former board of trustees,
all of whom were eleeted in last June.
Thirteen pils werc enrolled, Jt is
1menIIt l n bec a larn s last3' year.
illut, i ied that thel attdancille witl
be. bet. VilI'e'qCtdtbep'sl
he'Ll fllowing(1 ee yong mbn from Hart
flodi avicattening ewberl:y't(I ollege:
Ms rs.ul hLIenj. liuzhardilt, in till SeniorCC
iilass; I Walter llii zhard 't te res 'ha
11) 'iln Whriaer,ileelcc ohmoe tlas we)g
get Whfitaker,121~'0t i o''rshma class. ll
MPl ilis l at1.11e l l epandLlaieWhl it
aker'Illol are1attendig he l1oundar StreetlIL
A seies o111faprotrcte weric wll uvy
(iln 1t. '.l'e li'ston tile day wlY ill (If aI'
mh iss ifnr tervi'ce.Re r and Mrs.e Itth
W.tL I'. Wi r xetdt epeet
Ieains andi retaitlions byI Iit.e' youn
polet wo il lsob a ari o heexr
The 1 ('l1 lj ntiC .y Al,11 l ce met,1 aot the01
schoo i$l''hous pursuant1 0 o ann ''le)1once
0ment111. A( toaly 1 's firn atte.anc i was i(l
had,jOlt a lage eing8 1)n1 aIC' vented11" prb
I'lr. Alt fOurt,ber111111 a cou t of 110 it,o lllly
w11. ill O g iven, lence t,l, h j is1brief0 notice.
.y nce lie young:; peopWIleIi I enyed th
afternoon on; th(440Ile groundsi. Thel iday i
Haye ndII'i 21 faili wer le 111lled1 away
on last, ldriay to the'C inelral fof Mr.
ebild of theIlIs fomer01 and iecefhl ofia the
soli it ed r U 1hi clumn. 11( xal
"~1'll Onamlon" o ili UAo
the0 b7, onth89 re9.ft.t
(Iceans Canot-a tlred.
hlya appi)cs' good, as ahny int roeach
~en th alat3l < Jnilo Wofoto's. tnion fnn
Call EsiM a TEd. Whe thippb'ges
itl.ra High Gr b aenou Ga no.ub
f&t.,c to. o a od 'in e igwl
OUZTS IS PLACED
AMONG THE OUTS.
TIIE STATIC liOAltl) niAKCs ll4 Stlh
ie liner I'rIvleges 1a1ut (Io-Hoardl 11w
No Motion for Ite'oaIHilmeratIon of
l'revloui Act Ion--Two Local
(Condensed from Tile State, 8th.)
The State lloard of Control has olli
cially chopped ofT the heads of Comiiiis
sioner's I lookkcl)er Ou"ts and I)ispen
sors I,ynch and liookiman of this city,
and has left standing the order for the
revokiing of all the beer privileges in
the State on November 1. The head of
Dispenser Stelling of Charleston was
1lso about to fall in the basket yester
day when it was decided to allow a
hearing in his ease. As yet no succes
sor his been elected to fill Mr. )outbit's
place ats commissioner. The board
reached a breathing point in the sen
sational week's work about .1 o'clock
yesterday afternoon and then took a
recess until next Wednesday night at
8 o'clock, when the coimissioner will
probably be elected and other develop
ients will follow. Yesterday the im
portal t steps taken were on the double
quick, and there was no extended dis
cussion. It, seeis certain that the beer
pi vileges are gone beyond recall.
lhc ol)l)ptiiiit. for are coisideration
wats presented yesterday, but, no one
took advantage of it.
The board was cluite slow in assem
blg yesterday illorning.
\'ery soon after the body was called
to order AMr. 11aseldu, the ela'rinan of
the investigation committee, took the
floor and promptly n. Oved that the sos
pension of Bookkeel)et' 1). A. G. ()uzts
be mnade permanent.
\I r. I:obi nsonl seconded the mot.ion.
There was Ito discussion and Mlr.
M iles put the ( uestion. The vote was
the sane as in the removal of Mr. )ou
thit, Mr. loykin voting for Mr. Wil
liamls as well as himsel f. It had been
p1reviously arranged that 1l\r. Willhami.,
who wsiS confined to his bed at his
hotel would be allowed to vote by proxy.
I r. IIuselden, its soon as the result
was dcclared, moved tihat NItr. Tom Col
lins carry on the work of Mr. Ouzts's
ollice until the new comniissioner shall
be elected and liias qualilled. This wIas
ag-reed to also.
TI'lE I nit SIT .'TlON.
Ir. Bloykin at this jncturc moved
that the board take up11 and consider
the beer privilege iatter, It request
for consideration of the Vill;ains reso
Iltion hlving been imirlo.
NI r. 11aselden asked I n. BIoykin if h
had any motion to make in regard to
Boykin--I have none.
16r1n, ,i Miles-- Hias any one nyitn
-e in this natter?
Presented any motion and the
vas dropped, leaving tihe Wil
.ams resolution ordering the revokinr
of aill ivileges on Nov. 1 stain iug in
tact, it being so understood by the
miemb1 lers of the I.:oartd.
Th' i, ac 11o n means1 it is sid(, that an
1 icoe of . a year will be los t to
the State atter November 1.
I.YN':il .Nb n:~',;MA. N Iot:Ncl.:).
Whlen the board was called to o der
at t he afternoon se's in-2:30J o'clock
Mr. Ila-rId en oe'red a resolutIon that
the clerlk noti fy the li chllanld County
I boand that, the St ate I oardi d isaipprovedl
its actin ini re-elect;ing Nessrs. Ly nch
and1( 1 ookman111 d'spen1501seri n (Colu0mbia
and1( the coiunt,y board be nlotifled 1(1
elect di'spe.nsers In their p)laces. Mir.
I laselden said that, thS iss inl accord
anee with. prcedents sine Gov. Till
man's time. '.I he St.ate I oard cotuld
apprlove 0or d Isappr-ove and1( shoold act
(on tihe rerohit,ioni in accordane with
t,he estatbl ished custom. T1h is was
MMI#rS AGIAIN WVILNE~SDAY,
Thiie boardl then decided thlat when a
recess 'shotuld 1)0 taken it be uintil 8
o'clock Wednesd ay e vening. The me3m
ber's waited about for a 'short time,
several of them having wired to a cr
Lain party to know if he woulid accept
the oflice of commIIissioner. No reply
came before the time for Mr. IBoykin
to leave camne and the recess wvas taken.
This left, the matter of electing Mr.
D)outh it' stucessor' open until WVed
1t is nlot known who tihe man will be;
in fact, tihe mlem brs will sty nothing to
Indicate their coioce. Llumor has it.
that Mr., A. U. Lyles, who is a member
of tiho house, is the mani.
To the Editotr of Th'le Newvs and Cotu
rier: My stuspensiont by Chairman
MI iles was madoc permanent today and
is as follows:
CJo)lmbia, September 25, 1899.
Mr. 1). A. G. Ouz,'ts-Decar Sir: ThIs
Is to notify you that I havo this dtty
suspe)nded you as bookkeeper to the
comissloner, to take effct at once,
for violating or'ders of the State B3oar'd
in retailing liqtuors. Same being stub
jol to the action of tho State Hoard at
its neCxt meeting. Yours reCSpectfully,
D). M. Miles, Chairman.
The su811spnsio waLs mado(1 permnanent
without giving me a hearing 0or any
opplortunity whatever to expiain, al
thoegh p)roised by the chlairmuan tbat
I should huavo a full and( fair hearing.
I was in tihe hallway, near the board
room, ready to respond, but wvas not,
called. Is this because hie is afraid to
tur-n 01n tihe light,? D)enied my righIts
in thlat mannor by tihe Ijoard, I shlall
not permit myself to be mov.zAled, and
shall lay the facts hoeoro the public
through the press. .h, w:l1 requIre a
day or so fully and properly to prepare
a~ 8tatennnt for nnhlinnt.onn I take
this method to ask the public to bear
with ime that length of time, when they
sltall have all the facts necessary ;o un
derstand the situation which is being
attempted to be kept from thei.
I). A. C. Ouzt,3.
Columbia, September 25, 1899.
A staertling ineident, of which Mr.
Jonn Oliver of Philadelph iIa, was the
subjeet, is nirratedl by hihti as folpows:
I %warl III at most dreadful condiltion.
My skiiu w intaustyellow,e -essuuken,
toone coaled, pain con!tinualty in
bauckcandIside-',no atppetitc--grad ually
growing weaker ttlay by dcy. 'littee
jIysiciaun4 I--(i given 111e up. Fortu
(lately, a friend at:v'sed tryl"g lee
It is I5itte s; and to mny great joy and
suI prise, the first bottle tiunde i decided
isnplrovement. I conttinuted their use
(:or threo w0eeks, ant d atu now a well
manl. I 1,now they rtaved Illy life, iand
robbed the grave of another vict1in.''
No one shoul1(1 fall to try t hem. Only
50 ets., gua anteed at all Drug Stores.
linptiot Union at Crurtrr Roads Church, Frl
11 a. n.-Introductory sermoln-lev.
.J. W. llianton.
2 p. m1.---The duty of Christian people
toward the prohibition movement-I. ,1.
IIunt., S. I1. Goggi.ns and T. I)anielson.
3 p. tm.---Some of the advantitages of
prohlibition over the dispensary, from
a religious stand-point-ltev. M. V.
Itankin and J. It. Irwin.
10 at. m.-'ei imlort,ance of I3ible
study in the homie-H. 1-'. Ihloden, Col.
J. 1t. Leavell and Itev. .J. S. Dominiek.
1I it. it.--Sermron -- Lte. C. A.
2 p. m.-I haptismt--the mode--as set
fort.h by the cireumustances atten(ling
the baptismns of the New 'Testament
Ittv. IB. 14. Corley and Brady Domri
3 p. m1.--As set forth inl the primatry
mnealintg of t,he word baptize, its used
in the New Testument--Itv. C. A.
Wright and Rev. W. S. B. Ford.
:30 p. I.--'Th importance and (le
sign of baptisn - )r. Jas. AIlintosh and
I tev. J. W. Blanton.
W. S. 11. Fol)m,
Thant T,urobil ing iienuu-tic.
\ould (1P1'ly lIeaive y(;u, if you used
1)r. K'tr;'s New Life Pills. 'I'Ious:ands
of suffeIers have prove IIiit i tatci.
less mnerit for tiek an! N -rvu H.i I-I'a(1
n1ehes. 'The'y runke pe ItI" blood aind
it. rong nrves and build u p your h eal th.
I';tsy to (ake. Try thern. Only. 2:>
eeits. M1o+ey back ilnot euredI. S alid
by all l)rutgisis.
M1acono'~ Arma;rt ('carnc-n.
Mneaon, Ga , wiil hold he- '1Itird Ai
ntal Ca;rnrival ()ctob;r 10thI, IIlth, 12t,h
an):1 1:3tlh, l-99.
L'or th is oe-:Ision the Sort r 1ail
wary will sa' rnIa1d trip tiet.-,s Lo Ma
con, (a., at v :y lo rat e-. Tickets to
b)' sold eo( r 911 . 10th, 1llth, 12th
itnd lht.h. ni i btital lib it, Oct oer 15t ,
S-; 1l lowver reer:, to be i-ed in the sale
of Iickets from pouints within ia radiu'
oft 150. milecs of~ M\acon,~ tickets to heso10ld
O)'cober' 10th, l it,h anid l2t.h with a fil
limit it tUetohecr Ilabt.
poinits int Georgiia for niuiformeid boiesC
of 15 (it mtore ott imi tIicet., toa be sold
)ctober 8thl, 10th lIth, 122h and 1lI3th,
wit h Iina iitt Oictober 15 th, I890.
['or fuil in formatlo'i a'l o-. or aid
drtess atny A-gent of the Souittero I ailI
WViII ofltn cause a hot t ideo lir'
Heald, Cu1t oar lhtutie. Riocklett's A t nie:.
Sdv te, lae best Iitn the world, will kil
lhe lpi' and1 promnttly hteal it. ('tores
Oh! Sales5, Fevyer .Sres, UIleers, I .1.
"elaois, Corn s, all Sk in Eitpt hi.us
Btest. Pile cute on eatht. Oiilv 25 ets at
bo(X. (.uro gattteetcd. 8 dd byv 0'
'Ten otr t,welve cords of wood wanltLed
deCli ver~ed at Newbaerry In November.
l"or reeee call at Li,his ollic oit ad
dress R ev. S. 'T. Ullman,
t&f 1,t. P'rosperi,y, S. C.
Of iho O1ll1iOcu of Thc Nowl]orry Savings
EmlI of hWorry, 8. C,, al illo Closo
of.BiisiaossSaFtoluial' 301,1899, hib
Jishod 1i1 Coifrulily Wi ii M Act of II;o
Dills rececivable... .......... $14 i7.!7 57
Iurtur Iote antd F'i:t'es...... 31.;) 00
Duno frotm ot her lainks........1330::; :33
Cot lect,ton alccount..............I 104 75
Ovetdenim ts s'citred and itn
secured..ech..................... 07 83
Cash on h and(..................,2G 97
L1 A ulIT i ' .S.
('apital........................ $0,000 00
I'rolit,s less expentses paid... 11,104 :34
D)iv idends un paid...............183 (A)
Cashier's cheek out
tutanditng....... 285 13
Btank depIosits.....i,06 84I
its............... 88,53:; 2i-$12,625 18
[11118 payaItble..................30, 153 '1
Per-sonially apparedcc before me, J. .E.
Norwood, Cashier of above namuedi
Bank, who being duiy swor~n, says the
above stat.emont is cor"ect to the beet
of his knowledge and belief.
J. 10. NORIWOOD, Cashier.
Sworn to bforoto me this tIled dlay of
Attest: N. P. F'ORt S. C.
J AMtes Mc18"o.t
0. MOR. H lo:,mt:s.
1. C, 1NA'r-JIraWS
1 St ~~~,. 5.. T A D T wlL T T
We have now in stock
the well and favorably
known Keith Shoes for
this Fall and Winter,
Vici, Calf, &c., &c. Kid
Lined, Lork Soles,
the dryest and warm
est Shoe made. The
newest Lasts and
Styles. The Excelsior
Shoe Co. making the
largest line of Boys' and
Youths' Shoes in this
In ladies' shoes we
carry the fullest, most
complete, and up to
date stock in the city.
We have all widths
and sizes in the newest
lasts and toes. Heavy,
serviceable welts to
the lightest, dressiest,
Ask for the Regina
our beautiful specialty.
Rubber Shoes for the
million, first quality
COME AND SEE US.
We lead the market
in low prices for Shoes.
IIL&G.S Mower Uo,
TOW[N TAX INOTICE.
N OI[CM lIS HERICH~lY G IVElN
. thaLt the rollowing taixes have been
lovied for the fiscal yeair ending D)ecem
her1 alst. .18'.), by the Towvn Counicil of
Newberr'y, S. C.:
l")orl rinary Purp *Ioses......... 5;I milis
... nd..---. -- ---............... 2' mills
F"or Opera H ouse Bonds......... 4mill
T1otal--.--................... S mills
The books will be opened for the col
lectlion of the above taxes on the 20th
day of October, 1 899, and will be kept
open until the 29th day of NovemIber,
1899). A penalty of teni (10) per cent,.
will be added to all taxes In arrears af
ter the 20th day of November, 1899.
JNO. C. GOOGA NS,
'Cerk and Trecasurer.
KV H lM TAX DOOKS F'OR NE:W
..I. berry Count,y will be opecnedl for
CelI.cetionl of Taxes for fiscal year comn
mene'ing January 1st., 1899, ON TI- Hl
15Til DAY O1? OC'TOBil, 1899, and1
will remain opon1 untl il 'H lM 31ST DA Y
O1" D)MCEMM1BlR N Ila 1', T'io follow
ing is the levy:
1For S tate PuIr1poses.. ...... .:.... mIlls.
"'or County P'urpos ............21 muils.
lFor School PnrP.- ........3 m ills.
Except in tihe following local ities,
where an additional I lailroad and Spe
cial School Tax has been levied as fol
Township No. I, Railroad, 2 milis.
Township No. 8, Isailroad, 2; mills.
Towvnshlp No. 9, Railroad, 2 mills.
Neo rry Graded School DistrIct,
Utopia School D)lstrict, No. 10, 2
Johnstono School District, No. 12, 2
Prosp)erity School D)istrict, No. 14, 2
Big Creek School D)istr'ict, No. 20, 2
Excelsior School District, No. 35, 2
Chappells School DIstrict, No. 39, 2
Whitmire School District, No. 52, 2
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