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E.H A! L.,ED1TC1r.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
erry, S. C., as second class matter.
Tuesday, December 19, 1905.
Superintendent of Education 0.
B. Martin is making a night against
the South Carolina Military acade
iy taking the position that it
ld be merged with Clemson
ege. He will hardly be success
in his contention. As a matter
-fact, the Military academy is do
-Ing, more good work -in the state
_.proportion to the state apprQpri
tions than any of the state insti
itions of higher learning. In ad
n to this Clemson college now
about 200 applications each
er from boys in South Carolina
o cannot be admitted for lack 6f
Mr. Williaip Banks of Colum
Stite has been appointed Lieu
t Colonel on bovernor Hey
s sta. to succeed Colonel W.
Smith of Orangeburg who was
pointed 'Commissioner General
place of Colonel Moses,-deceased.
his is a deserved compliment to a
young man. Mr. Banks
-eeno tieistaff of- the State
nany ears, and has done a
t deal of fine newspaper work.
4tS1OMC 51CJD LODGE OPCERS.
Geo. S. Nowr 'of Newberry Made
er adJudar Warden.
tin'' of the Ckand
j)tj e Teg
of M t(sid'in CAairs
~o ast week the following Grand
e officers were elected:a
~rand Master-Dr. Frank -E.
~Deputy Grand Master-J. L.
i hie, Darlington.
~ rand.Senior Warden-James R.
Grand Junior Warden-Geo. S.
Grand Secretary-Charles In
;Grand Chaplain-Rev. W. P.
~ rand Senior -Deacons-J. T.
Ouckett, Anderson; F. L. Morrow,
NGrand. Junior 'Deacons-C. H.
Noper, Laurens; M. H. Sandifer.
O4-rand Stewards-W. J. Rogers,
~Darlinton; A. W. Roberts, Green
Grand Marshal=-~Johnl. Kennerly,
Hon. R. A. Cooper, of Laurens,
smade a district deputy.
Breaks The Record.
In the two weeks, ending last
aturday the output of the Nevw
berry Cotton mill was 13,540 cuts,
or 73O,oo yards. This is the larg
est record ever made by this mill
nd stands way up near the one
hundred per cent mark. About a
-yearago in the samre time the record
was 15.033 yards less than this but
at that time thc record then made
was the best by the mill.
In the two weeks mentioned
there wvere used 280,003 pounds of
St. Pauls !eIrs.
St. Paul's, Decembher 18.-There
will be a Christmas tree at St.
Paul's church oni M\Ionday, Christ
mnas day. All who desire to put pres
euts on the tree a.re asked to bring
the ca Morav morning. Ev
ery body is invited to come. ther
will be no charge to see the tre<
The doors will be opened about i
o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Santa Clat
will be present and preside over th
tree. After the tree has been view
ed and exhausted of .its weight c
presents, there will be somethin
good to eat, oysters, turkey, har
sandwiches, etc. Come all and hav
a jolly good time.
AND MY GOC
Don't be afraid to risk your n
every article bought of me. I havi
men and women. Never before h.
ing a stock to please the public an<
of the truth of my assertion-that
and most complete stock eve:
carrying the children to a circus to
circus that the preachers will grun
Dolls of the Newes
Comprising beds, tables, chairs, tea
mechanical toys. I have, engines, ai
magic lanterns, tool chests and lot
I have a complete menagerie of acl
and horses, which must please ever3
Don't be afraid to come in, yot
clerks are buy; Just walle in aiu
can be waited. on Watch my wir
profusion inside. Thanking the -pt
p iistaling effort io, dserv 3et Ir
If you want things that will1
your homes and make your ci
mas holidays and afterwards,]I
best in the city - I have added
within the past month, about
new goods, many of them sp
holiday presents,;and that will
Good Old Christmas Times ha
opening up with all of its pleas
Among the special things just
Men's and Boys' Overcoats, in
men, older men and boys, r
$20.00, Suits for men, boys ai
Special -things in Prince Alber
from $1.00 to $5.00 a pair, all
h'ave. the advantage of getting
wear them before the New Y<
stock of Gloves, Handkerchief;
derwear, Hosiery, Neckwear,
Colored Dress Shirts in the cc
forgot to tell you about the 1:
Robes, Night Robes and Paja1
such assortment has ever be<
Shoe stock. My store in the1
over the county for good Shoes
anything I have ever'had to c
haven't advanced the price or>
and today I have to pay a corn
buy. I have secured the best
have, if I know it, anything bu
have Eanister line for men,
25 00, Ra'sten Health Shoes
line irom $2.CO to ?4 00, H.
women and children; frcm 50c
n- ost attractive line i have adc
Ladies' Misses and Children.
best makers of fine Shces, ard
ycu at lwer prices then ycu
ICome and see me often.
Christmas and a happy New
. e - o
SALiMN. - .FEw
i.m. Wm. M.Gr!nt.
SThere was no preachiig vester
.1ay: Pastor Sligh was sick with
,s The marriage bells are ringing.
e An extra heavy tap will begin this
week in this community.
We extend our sympathy to
g those who lost so heavily in the fire
, at Pomaria.
e We learn that there will be some
brick stores built in the future.
IOS MUST CD!
,oney here, you get value received ift
, presents to suit boys and girls,
ive I put forth such efforts in secur
I an examination will convince you
mine is the largest and best selected
r shown in Newberry. It is like
bring them here, only . it is not a
ible about. I can show them
t Designs, and Furni
-sets, etc., etc., etc. In the line of
r guns, whips, automobiles, electric
; lots more too numerous to mention
ting dogs, monkeys, -toys, elephants
i will always ,be welcome even'if the
L make yourselves at h6irie till fou
dows, they are a partial index of the
Iblic for past patronage I hope by
ore in the future.
>ring good cheer and comfort to
idren happy during the Christ
have got them for you, and the
to the large~stock I had already,
five thousand 'dollars worth of
scially suited for Christmas and.
stay with you to remind you whern
ye gone and the New Yea,r is
sures for.you and your -friends.
opened up is an elegant line of
cluding some fine coats for young
anging in price from $5.00 to
'xl children from $1.50 to $25.00.
t Coats and Vests, new Pants
the new things in Hats. You
the new Spring Styles now and!
~ar. Then I have the greatest
3,. Silk Mufflers, Suspenders, Un
Collars and Cuffs, White' and.
untry for you, and I had almost,
ne of Smoking Jackets, Bath
rnas that I bought for you. No
mn kept here, and then our great
last year has grown famous all.
, and my present,stock surpasses
ffer, and what is remarkable, I
a half dozen things in the line,!
siderable advance on every pair I~
makes. I don't want, nor will I
t the best fcr my custcmers. I
usually so'd at $6.00, my price
4.00. W. L. Douglas & Co.
amilton Brown & Co line for men,
:to $3.50. and the last but the I
led is the Utz & Dunn line for
made at Rochester, N. Y., by the
.all cf these things are here for
will find themn anywhere else.
ishing ycu and ycurs a mnerry~
ear. 1 am ycur frierd,
r:. W. B. 'Wa13m T. C- Wi!
On The" Prettiesi
C. & G.'S. Mow(
now offering thE
Ladies' and C
and Ladies' Skir
per Cent Reduct
Ap - - -
AccountsN f Stock (
ions, Firms and I
Deposit accounts received
.t 4 per cent, in Savings depar
tly, January and July. Oper
lal welccome extended to visitt
.P. DAVENPORT, R C. C2
* GEO. B. CRC
T HE COMME
Surplus . . .
Deosits Almost IN
'Tomorrow" is a poor
By opening an accouni
at 4 p(
CALL ON. GEQ.
Where you will find lots of
Lemon and Zo Zo Snaps,
too numerous to mention.
.nd Prepared Buckwheat in packages.
Cu rants, Citron,
A tresh line of Ch co3n
* V hich we use are witl cut
SWe believe in F UFTY.
ri We ccnztantly preach F
& We always piacuice PU]
rki EURITY ccur.is, and cc
W AMk y our dccter.
? MA YF|iin'
and Most Stylish
0 SKI RTS.
r Company are
ir entire stock of
ts at 25 and 35
ion. This is a rare
the ladies of this
est at Bargain Prices
- - $50,oo0 o0
tL-E !iteicleci toall
sub jbet to check, and interest
tnent, compounded semi-annu
one or both at once. A cor
>rs st our Bank.
RLISLE, M. L. SPEARMAN
M ER, A ttorney.
RY, S. C.
. . . $503000.00
. . $30.000.0O
Jo ea Million Dollars,
Start Saving Today.
good things to eat, such as
50c'ckc.ek and Social Teas,
an.d many other varieties*
Buckwheat in bbls.
1 Cx op of Mcple an.d New Orleans Syrup.
Nuts of all kinds.
e~ Car.dies just received.
c: ceptCf c 'r u!tt grace.*
NT Ynhn pre izrir g mcdi-*