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Entered at the Postoffice - ' w
berry, S. C., as 2nd class matter. II
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Tuesday, February 13, 1912.
By the way what has become of
those logs that Mr. J. C. Neel was to '
furnish to make one hundred split me
log drags and what has become of Su- ten
pervisor Feagle's promise to have the est
drags made. It will be a good time At
now in a few days to put ir, use about ten
one hundred extra drags tea
It will be a good time after the snow at
begins to melt for the farmers to use
the split log drag on the roads. The
good results following the recnt bad in
weather in the use of the split log 1
drag sh'.uld be an encouragement, not ing
only to those who used it so efficiently ers
before, but to others. The mail riders tru
who travel the roads every day are pri
unanimous in the assertion that wher- Led
ever the split log drag has been used, wa
the roads were in good condition. It wh
costs so little and takes such a small me
part of the tinve of the farmers, that on
we hope they will contribute this little on
of their time to the improvement of exe
the -puhic roads. pla
ALMOST PROPHETIC. ent
In an editorial in the Spartanburg i
Journal of January 4th outlining ent
some work of the legislature, amongst tiom
other things the three following para
graphs appear: Er'
"There is evident need of reform Pey
and retrenchment. There will be a an
demand for more offices, such as1
school directors, traveling educators Bl
and directors of farm work. A plan F
has been proposed to appoint at least I
one man in every county to superin- JT
tend the farmers, so that they shallj
plant this crop or that crop.
"There is too great a tendency .to
paternalism. There are too many .peo- C
ple who wish office and especially the I
salary. As has been suggested be
fore in the Journal, the agriculturalI
department needs overhauling and we 'hai
believe it should be abolished. So far g
as this county is concerned it has I
been a failure. Our farmers have re
ceived no benefit from it. Cut that
out and let Clemson college do the
work of that department.
"Dean Swift, or some one else Bald 2
that he was a benefactor who made
two blades of grass grow wher one kin
grew before. Our legislators will ex
hibit true patriotism if they will re
tain only one office where there were 'j
The Journal seems to have been a bry
prophet. There has been a demand Ma
for more offices, and they have beenBy
'created, and the tendency seems to be Mis
toward government control and gov- N
emnent supervision in every direc- Mis
tion. The agricultural department
may need overhauling, but as it is at I
present constituted and as we under- g
stand the purpose of the department, C
it should be of great benefit to the I
agricultural work of the people of the
State. We do not know that itwol
be wise to unite it with Clemson col- Fra
lege. That would be cent'ralizing, and I
if Clemson will do the work it now has C
in hand, it seems to us it will have its 3
We have not observed where the
legislature has cut off any unneces
sary expens,es, or for that matter, y
any expenses at all. In fact, it would I
not be surprising if the present appro- Ell
priation bill is not the largest in the 3
history of the State. It certainly will
be if the $250,000 for government
warehouses goes through.
- Newberry Circuit.C
On account of the meeting of theSt
1st quarterly conference at Lebanon I
on the 4th Sunday, February 24th and I
25th, the r elielbw,EBin gUUc I
25th, there will be no service at Leb- E
anon on the 3rd Sunday.I
Instead of meeting my appointments ']
on 4th Sunday at New Chapel and i
Trinity, I will oreach for them on nextj 'J
Sunday the 18th-Chapel in the morn-~ I
ing and Trinity in the afternoon. I
Bro. D. P. Boyd will preach for me Jet
at Ebenezer on next Sunday at 11 .3
JTM iy. T
1UNTY TEACHERS HOLD
SS ELISE C. RUDD TALKS 03
ny Teachers and Trustees Present.
Next Meeting to be Held at
he County Teachers' association
t on Saturday in the high school
ding. There was a fairly good at
dance of teachers and much inter
was manifested in the association.
the request of the county superin
dent of education the roll of the
chers of the county was called and
se present and absent noted and
his request the list of those pres
and those absent is published.
professor J. S. Wheeler presided and
; Z:lieme Erwin acted as secretary
the absence of Miss Eliya Mabry.
fiss Rudd delivered a very interest
and instructiv'e talk to the teach
along the line of their work, and
gave some good advice to the
stees. A synopsis of her talk is
ated in this connection. It is hop
that every teacher and trustee who
; not present will make note of
it she said.
t was decided to hold the next
ting at Prosperity at 10:30 a. m.
the second Saturday in March. Up
motion of Professor Derrick, the
cutive committee was instructed to.
ce some of the trustees on the pro
mme and an effort will be made
dave as many of the trustees pres
'he following teachers were pres
at the County Teachers' associa
i on aSturday, February 10:
;ewberry Graded School-H. L.
in, Supt.; C. F. Werts, Miss Zulieme
in, Miss Mary C. Burton, Miss
trl West, Miss Mamie Swittenberg
I Miss Mary Wall.
Vest End School-Miss Laura
IcCrary-Miss Olive Feagle.
teagin-Miss Myrtle Dennis.
)ead Fall-Miss Novice Brown.
ohnstone-Miss Lena Player.
t. Lukes-Miss Mary C. Brown.
~rosperity High School-J. S.
aluda-L. C. Shealy.
~'Neal-0. C. Shealy.
airview-Miss Minnie Brown.
~wilton-L. D. Wilson.
~utherford-Miss Ola Brown.
~ew Hope-Miss Louise Cunning
armany-Miss Mary Cannon.
It. Pleasant-Miss May Robinson.
Vheeland-Miss Kate Sarratt.
xcelsior-Miss Rosalie Wheeler.
1d Town-Miss Mary A. Kempson.
rinity-Miss Elizabeth McMillan.
alapa-Miss Kate Thompson.
~ion-Miss Eppie Roof.
ilverstreet-Miss Elizabeth Haw
oly Street-Miss Eva Bookman.
leth Eden-Miss Nenie Caldwell.
~entral-,L. B. Bedenbaugh.
'he following 'wer'e absent:.
[ewberry Graded-Miss Eliza May
,Miss Elizabeth Dominick, Miss
ry L. Burton, Miss Ruby Holloway,
a Gertrude Reeder, Miss Annie E.
ium, Miss Rosalyn Summer, and
is Vanessa Williams.
Vest End-Miss Bernice Martin and
s Ethel Bowers.
ethel-Miss Dorothy Buzhardt.
lay,binton-Miss Lois Tin.sley.
,ong Lane--Miss Ethel Wingate.
IcCullough-Miss Teressa Lee.
~romer-Mrs. S. E. Longshore.
Itopia-Miss Mary Wyatt.
fartford-Miss Sudie Boulware.
it. Lukes-Miss Dollie Mae Senn.
>rosperity-J. W. Bedenbaugh, Mrs.
nces Rawl Morris, Miss Susie
igford, and Miss Gertrude Bobb.
l'Neall-Miss Sallie Pugh.
Ionticello-T. M. Mills. (
ig Creek-L. W. Bedenbaugh.
t. Phillips-Miss Maggie Cochran.
road River-Miss Lottye Halfacre.
omaria-Miss Lucy Ligon.3
relena-Miss Lucile Wallace.
ittle Mountain-J. E. Cannon, Miss
le Jacobs, Miss Elberta Sease, Mrs.
3. Swygert, and Miss Carrie Abell.
nion-Jno. J. Kib1er. '
it. Paul's-Miss Mattie Plowden. i
it. Pilgrim-Miss Belle Brooks. t
ludlic-Miss Carrie Stewart. t
raughanville-Miss Rhidona Owens.
ihappells-Misses Mazie and Lilliei
)omninick-Miss Dolly Cleland.
ndependence-Miss Kate Dickson. I
lush River-T' -s Cora Culbertson. t
imyrna-Miss Carolyn Spearman. c
urton-Miss Lilla Plowden. I
'ranwood-Miss Anita Davidson. I
inards-Miss Lucy Riser. I
abernacle-Miss Carrie Buford. t
'lint Hill-Miss Drucy Smith. I'
hitmire-R. E. Wood, Mrs. S. A. a
e and Miss Lula Donnan. E
ollohon-bfiss Jessie Rutherford. i
'ork-Miss Essie Pearson. t
aef-Min Sai Wilkes.
MIMNA UGH'S .MIMNA
Our great annual Clean-Up Sale
and ends, short lengths and small loi
body knows the meaning of a clean-i
of slaughtering prices has establis
viction in the minds of the trading p
that has never been equalled. Cc
All Ladies' Tailored Suits must go. The final clean
up sale, we are determined not to carry a tailored suit
All suits worth $15.oo, $20.00, $25.oo and up to
$30.00, choice the week for - - - $o.o
Newberry Merchants can't meet Mimnaugh's
prices, poor fellows, thy are up against it.
io2c Percal Sheeting full 9o inches wide and worth
35C with a limit of io yds. to a buyer, at the yd. 25c.
40 inch Sea Island worth elsewhere 8%4c with a
limit of 1o yds. to each buyer (not sold to dealers)
at only the yard - - - - - 5c.
2 Cases Poe Mill BlLaching full 36 inches wide with
out dressing, with a limit of io yds. to each buyer, at
only the ,yd. - - - - - - 5c.
i Case 40 inch white Lawn short lengths worth ro,
123%2 and 15c, with a limit of 1o yds to each buyer, at
only the yd. - - - - - - 5c.
i Bolt Newberry Mills white homespun 40 in. wide
worth roc. sale price - - - - 7Ic.
1 Case staple apron checked ginghams, worth 8%4c
sale price - - - - - - - 5c.
25 Pieces Blarney Linen full 36 inches wide, worth
i5c sale price - . - - . - 10c.
5o doz Ladies' full fashion Silk Hose, special this
week at the pair - - - - - 25c.
It wont all be '-just sold out" when you get here,
we've got the capital and we carry the stock.
. A half and more saved c
"bThe Store That
ressly-Miss Mary Refoe. physical and moral training. Teach
ollohon Mill-Mrs. Jane Long and them to respect the rights of others,
li Eula Darby. or public property. Teach the child
The following trustees were pres. that the desk is his to take care of,
nt: and not to cut or mark up, that the
artford-E. Lee Hayes.ke,adtathgrusaehino
rinity-D. H. Stilwell
Grmany-B. B. Leitzsey. t a,btt euiywt re n
ressly-W. H. Folk. foes ec hmlsoso 0
MCrary-E. J. Stone.linssothmoasdewchut
Fi-rview-W. M. Lester.nobengetdAdineahgp
Jlly Street-E. T. Werts. ltns n orc paigrmm
nyrna-J. S. Boozer. lrta o r iigeape
Bthel-S. J. 'Cromer. Tah.h~.t aeapiei orc
heeland-E. L. Sease. spehs.hti il ecridfo
ead Fall-J. F. Stephens.thscolotehm.Nwaso
hers present were-O. H. Lane, W. etbos ttefudto fa
~ row, aid B Q'ea Holo-et,du thatio lie rn. ae hs not
~a. s to tabt adto boystify ires ad
3fsRuddsAdress noloer. Thistory, geohy etc Be
Thefolowig i a rie oulinofituees thea notrasd wca n sta
~issRud's tlk:.Jinotebienglyne st ning encgeo
theyh.thenotolvae a prblem in coret
work scool thetohrt the extwa bo
ag s wrk iththetex bok, s oe books, tat the founyato or boy
e folowinisabrieoutlneno grlse thyfal ot atead, canhnothread
he d' te tlk: isteltgeelyfondrstadinly,fonc
rst, ing th wdshoul textboo Theticysecause hold not catc nits
boyed s of Soude Butlna the work of the Fohr wi the indxt being
he teacher shoud be rodrcamndtainoec the hddrienis houled bne
ach fthe Teahers wor thou trainedtly put wito epractice This les
is or th chden text backk, asons leasoned thtsoncfouragh boysn
her cien the arnts. buin howan girls allng otkatnth plaig schol.
an.w nothwos the ts?xt isook lating Forn fhlers mind such.n
sedas gude.Butthewor ofteache them tondo soeting shoul he
ossibce er isi h e l l, butoader ad tandtsu nt rcietels
:h frthe. Th firt woks oters,onselishnesEcouasge the boysant
cilrny ayocnthe esBt w at n re n lwr n uh
ny all o ca.the paens st get te ing of a tree we have done something
o allsf the olarntshis can e doem that will be of benefit to others in
ysi the schnzatoof antica bmrv~e ne years to come, thus planting a living
sciation. When you know the par- mnmn oorevs
,know the child and teach accord- If we teach the school let us have
ugy. Let our teacheing be broad, all the children in the school and
re-fold, training the heart, mind havie them every day. It is sometimes.
n . an;.. takng in the pniritual carelessnes on the part of the parents,:1
UGH'S MIMNA UGH'S
Frlday and Saturday
will last four more days. . All odds
:s. to be closed out this week, every
ip sale at this store. Our bold way
hed a deep and well founded con
ublic, regarding values and savings
me to-day if you can.
Another Skirt Sale
Another sample line of Ladies' Skirts to go on sale
this week, just 200 skirts in the lot, the materials are
all wool, Panamas, French and Storm Serge and Voils,
every skirt is a 1912 model, prices range $2.98, $4.98,
$5.98 and ;7.49.
Fine Sheer 36 in. Dimities and Pajama Checks
20c quality fine sheer 36 inch pajama checks, sale
price - - - - - - - 1232C.
Best :2%4c fine pajama checks full pieces only 8%4c.
25, 35 and 50c Ribbons 19e
zoo pieces ribbons go on sale, all.the wanted shades
and black and white, no limit, buy what you want
at the yd. - - - - - - - 19c.
All Shoes Must Go
Hunt the bargain tables, if we have got your size in
the lot singled out name your price.
n everything you buy at
s Always Busy"
gain it is a habit and again the school*ipiaonmscs.tmkeuse
s not attractive or comforta:ble. Sote.Tethasoiincnmke
et us make our school buildings aspln yhihmasc botl
eat, comfortable and attractive as1 o h lnigtes lwr,ec
possible and then make the work at Cnacidte ihsc urud
school pleasant -with songs, poems, ig aet eawy usn,fgt
mnd memory gems. Make tihe schoolinadmscefakg.Dalte
o attractive that the child will not go o a n e o twl
want to stay away from school. TeachspedIticnago.
hem to tbe ambitious, to have a pur- Tahr,mk orwr hruh
pose in life and help them to accom-Ifyudnotecmrehatwty
lish that purpose, for we as teachers, 1pgsltta etoogl agt
:an make of them what we will. Since Arneadiypormeadhn
we are character builders, let us see i ntewl.B ~eai n
what kind of characters we will make.prmtadech stmsan
[f we do our work with a conscious-prmtesTachalins.He
ess of having done right and our idvda rnigcus eime
est then we can say that we have notththebyangilofodywl
ived in vain. Let us see what we canbetemnadwmnotmro.
ake our boys and girl. We can make
them what -we want them to be.Tei1fFrmIebry
And trustees, do not employ teach- Acoyathflowntegrmas'
re of whom you know practicallybensttoD.AknaLurn.I
othing of their character, habits, etc.jhLSrfenetterduioofo
Remember it is your child that you tnaraeadi efepaaoy
lre entrusting io her care to make Nwer,S . e.5 92
what sh~e will. Get a good capable3.G.Adro,RcHilS.C69
eacher, then co-operate with her. Vis-NweryfreshvaladSin
t the school. Ask the children atedNtrduio5,2acsan1
aight what they have learned today in 80tn etlzr
aistory, arithmetic, what new word in B . ates
reading or what they can draw.Chrmn
In organizing an Improvement asso
iatio have a good -leader, then find out SL J~E OTAE
what your school needs in the way of Byvruoftepwrgenum
building or anything in school room mrWs tc opn namri
md seek to supply these needs. When gg xctdb .H n .H
ou have a neat, comfortable building Wce,w ilsl otehgetbd
peek to make the school term longer.dratheslstbesoSme
[t is no wonder our country boys and Ws tc opn,o audy
-irls do not finish until about eighteen Fbur 7h t1p n,oebu
rears of age while they finish in grad- mn ue
d schools at fiftseen and sixteen, the Trso ae ah
.erms are so short. The vacation so Sme-ieSokCmay
ong that so much is forgotten. Then 21-t
et us plan to have a musical instru
nen, apino,in he~~h0l.Wh ter. The thera asoitine,1 ean, mke