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* HONOR ROLL NEWGERRY
* GRADED SCHOOLS.
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Grade 10-James Kinardfi Lan
Swindler, Alice Cannon, Lois Hil
Nancy Wertz, Kate Neel, Marion Jon(
Rose Herbert, Mamie Paysinger, Be
ste Lake, Sara Simmons, Annie Ki
Grade 9-Trent Keitt, Amy Weri
Grade 8-Oscar Blackwelder, Mari
Barhardt, Neely Cromer, Mari+
Baxter, Teressa Maybin, John Kinai
Rosalie Summer, Sara Halfacre, Jul
Lake, Rebecca Sligh.
Boundary Street School.
Grade 7-Margaret McIntosh, Fra
ces Wheeler, Eddie Mae Parr.
Grade 6-Bertha Gallman, Ru
Porter, John Floyd, Blanche Dicke:
George Rodelsperger, Nat Gist, Cly
Ward, Junius Kinard, Anna Coe Kei
James McHarvie, Ruth Wilson, Gra
Grade 5-Ruth Blackwelder, Azi
Parr, Mary Frances Cannon, Franc
Houseal, Ruth Schumpert, Rober
Mann, Harriet Mayer, Margueri
Spearman, Mary Wheeler.
Grade 4-May Tarrant, Mary Kiei
1er, Robert Schumpert, Ellis Williai
son, Daggett Norwoodfi Harry Eptir
Marguerite Werts, Hattie Mary Bufoi
Grade 3-Aubrey Tilley, Clark Flo3
Carroll Summer, Herman Dickert, I
v&n Leavell, Olivia Stewart, Aile'
Dunn, Frances Jones, Claudia Whe<
e,Janie Dell Paysinger, Mildred Ta
Grade 2-Harold Hipp, Elizabe
Wright, Henry Lominack, Hub(
Schcimpert, Elizabeth Mims, Jol
tiappell, Paul Fulenwider, Co,
B iase, Everett Hipp, Legare Tarraa
Bla Dunn, James Wallace, Mildr
Werts, Marie Schunpert, Ryan Bi
lock, Murray McIntosh.
Grade 1-Lois Culbertson, Dorot
Denning, Rut4 Goldberg, Margai
Knard, Mazie Kinard, Pearl Pit
Maggie Rosenberger, Boyd Wheel
Ruby Sligh, Bernice Adams, Wrig
Cannon, Buford Cromer, August
Pifer, T. W. Smith, Garland Taylor.
Speers Street School.
Grade 7-Kathryn Harms, Hen
Rikard, Ruth Digby, Joe Norwood, M
dred Evans, Mary Eliza Mahon, Eli
Peterson, Mattie Lou Wicker, Eldrid
McSwain, Robert West, Goode Burtc
Grade 6-Jack Dunston, Edwa
Davis, Joe Vigodsky, Grace Wilbi
Gussie Sligh, Sarah Thompson, Sue
Davenport, Claude Werts.
Grade 5-Nancy Fox, Emily Ho<
* Walter Lindsay.
Grade 4-Abbie Gaillard, Sue El
Peterson, Edwin Setzler, Susie Mau
Grade 3-Mary Ellen Lake, Ma
Grade 2-Louise Thomas, Edith 'W
son, Nellie Lake, Ida Stewart, Blanc
. Counts, Jessie Earhardt, William 12
Grade 1-Carolin Weeks, Delmn
Bailes, Elizabeth Harms, Marie Loi
John L. Epps, Leand Wilson, C.
Koon, Cortez Sanders, William Edd:
West End School.
Grade 6-Annie Kii rd, Janie Yina
Nolia Banks, Enoch radley.
Grade 5-Bernice Caldwell.
Grade 4-Grace Thompson, Hora
Grade 3-Ruth Koon, Carrie Ni
.Swindler, Annie Mae Bedenbaua
Janie Padgett, Ada Livingston, B4
nice Campsen, Maude Gilliam, Mal
Jones, Eva Rister, Pearl Leopard, Fr
IThomas, James Caldwell, Mani
Longshore, Irby doree, Vernon Bol
B. F. Tompkins.
Grade 2-Eva Darby, Emma Fran
lin, Eva Robertson, Alice Thompst
Lily Woodward, Erich Jones, Olin Le
er, Oscar Melton, Joe Morse, Gle:
rade i--Lee Crocker, Christi
Sanielson, Ligon Davis, Farrow Gr
en~, Clarence FrankliA, Herman Li
,'ngston, Lessie Morse, Hattie Tew, L
Sie May Cromer.
AIKEN DEPUTY SHOT TO DEAT]
Tuller Gregory Killed by Tom LIptoi
Deputized by Aiken Sheriff.
Aiken, Feb. 8.-Mr. Fuller Grego>
of Warrenville, well known in Aik
and throughout the Horsecreek Valli
was shot last evening and instan1
killed by Tom Lipford in'Warrenvil
The instrument -was a double-bari
shotgun, t.?e shot used apparently 3
Lipfordl had been summoned to a
pear in court here as a witness in t
case of Ware, charged with arson, a
when the case was called on Wedin
day afternoon he (Lipford) failed
appear. A bench warrant was at on
a~~sued. and Mr. Grezory was deputiz
Itv" so- P to serve it. Un
I ria~ -'+ Weairenvil]e, Mr.Grg
ZIE are be
a before t
We have with u
th Davis one of th
in the upper p
prepared to rel
job and we will
d,in every particu
the highest class
are expert in the
"We Make C
1-W. C. WALDR4
r, himself deputized two others, Messrs. said
uje Steve Arthurs and Theo. Jordan, to aid
him in the service.
'Gregory, accompanied by the two
- men, walked to the house of Lipford. F<
lJordan was stationed at the rear of --
de the house. The others entered the
front and kpocked. The summons was Al
'answered by Mrs. Lifpord. Gregory by ]
stated his errand, and in the course of exec
the conversation that followed, Lip- of t
bie ford, for some reason, possessed him
.self of his gun and fired. The load J. R~
entered the right breast, piercing the
ar liver, and ranged almost directly -
Sthrough, possibly the least bit up-,o
ward. The shooting was at close -
range, for the physician's examination
held at the coroner's inquest discover
s,1 ed a gaping hole of two and one-half ROI
inches in diameter.
Magistrate Craig arrived on the'
ce scene about twenty minutes after the
shooting, arrested Lipford and brought
all him to'Aiken on the 9.30 trolley car.
SPile sI Piles! Piles! se
ed Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will cure
IBlind, Bleeding and Itching Piles. It ab
Dsorbs the tumors, allays itching at once,
bacts as a poultice, gives instant relief.
'Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is pre
pared for Piles and itching of the private
parts. Druggists, mail 50c and $1.00. Tj
k-WILLIAMS MFG. C0., Props., Cleveland, Ohio
v- JOTICE. 31,:l
nMunicipal license, street duty, and to a
dog tax will run until first of April. If
nnot paid then parties will be brought cd
-before the Reeorder. .tiek
J. J. Langfore,
J. R. Scurry, - . g,
Clerk and Treasurer.
.CHICHESTER S PILLS
',TUHE DIAMON'l BRAND. mm
en Clee..ter's IYlan o.7r.n*J '
-.y Take no other.oBii-fr-Tns
i)*A lNP' fRAND' PILLS, for 25 1E
le.~ years knownas Best,Safst. Always Reliabh
yel - SO lD BY DRUJGGISTS EVERYWEN
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s-Garmany School .,00.
to1 The trustees of Garmany school, Tosm
ce District No. 27, will hereafter meet on nas'
ed the 2nd Saturday of each month. Al 1 In
n school claims will be presented to no"n '
r member of the trustee beforaeSd
LSS REPAIR WORK
tter prepared now than ever
a do all kinds of repair work.
s Mr. John J. Eargie one of the
in the State and also Mr. E. G.
e best automobile Mechanicians
art of South Carolina. We are
pair any kind of machine and
:can be repaired. Boiler and
g' a specialty. Give us a trial
l[guarantee you first class work
lar. We are equipped to do
of repairing and our workmen
air lines. Give us a trial and be
lood Where Others Fail"
r MA CHINESHOPS
3P, Manager. ''Phone No. 60.
date. fih heswl ertre
B. B. Leitzsey, Clerk. scesu idr.Scesu
J. J. H. Brown, wilb reurdtgiesey
M. T. Oxner,fo fiehnrd($0) ola
b. 3, 1912. ~ Trustees. gaatepromneo o.
TAXES MUST BE PAID. adalbd.Frfrhrifr
.1 municipal taxes must be paid ades n iebd ihJ
larch 1. If not paid by that time, Sur,CekadTesrr
utions will be placed in the hands bry .0
he sheriff for collection.
J. J. Langford, INTC FANA ET
.Scurry, Mayor. Thanulmeigfte
Secretary and Treasurer. hleso h epesNtoa
ND TRIP WINTER TOURIST mycm eoetemeig
NOW IN EFFECT TlS
THERN RAIL WAY-"PREflIERJ.3Lago
CARRIER OF THE SOUTH." Ats:
ckets on sale daily including April - -
912, with final limit returning May i h ireNgtAam
912. For complete information as cid udnyatce yco
chedule, sleeping car service, etch., r . (.F .2)frte
on nearest So.uthern Railwaychlrnweeratyubcto
t agent, orwot,"ewrafadhyyu
F. L. Jenkins, T. P. A., reey r.Kn'NwDiov
Augusta, Ga. u ndfrcuhs od
.Meek, A. G. P. A., tra rln rul. od
successfu biders. Successful A
werig es l uiedorgie sut.y0
$10o rial botledred.0 Solla:
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S- ScdesEandcfie bDecember Ji
FEERY OPRA HUSE SORurri,valer and rearturer,
berry, bery, S. C
t~ sale bis fr te lseof holders of-thee sP eule Naignal
S3)yers bginig prl f5 Purnterit,d ."),wllb
kI"ue hs a eatng cpact he :5 an. m-on 15,sday F.o3
On!ythetrAin ewbrrycou ty. olumi op.m,a Grenile tiu
'n h~~~ ne'ueletion of600 l sepn drctrsl betwe Char
t b fle r,i t Aril1,192. and comebenvile.temeig
1 tobe ~iCmo ~1v n avanL. 1:50a. .-N. 1 . ly from:
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I will pay $5.00 to the per
son that guesses exactly
what will appear in this
Guessing Closes Tuesday, February 13th
MAYES' BO ADSTORE
Tuesday, February 13
Pix This Date in Mind
And be sure to UU 'CUI For you certainly
make no other iAU UIJ41will wish to see
A Special Production of Eugene Walter's
r AID IN FULL"
.tc Pronounced by Every Dramatic Critic in this Country
New- IWO MillWOnus,Five undred ThusadU Persons~ TH
stc GREATEST PLAY OF THIS GENERATION
ank, Two Years' Run at Astor Theatre New York.
PRICES: Parquet $1.00, Dress Circle 75c, General
s Admission 50c, Gallery 25c.
House will be warm and comfertable duriug entirs
sh.j show. J. R SCURRY, Manager.
urn- AND HIDES
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
or FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES
FU 130 ~~~~~~is :etioning this ad. nug . .Bm 22p
'JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUISV1LLE,KY.
for bia to Greenville.AiAbeil ... 15p 1O2n
~roup. 9:05 p. m.-No. 16, daily, from Green-ArGrewo...32p 13p
he vile to Columbia. Pullman sleep- A.......06Op O3a
i.i n g car Greenville to Charleston.
y is, Arrives Charleston 8:15 a. m. Ar- A .L 4
tfor rive Savannah 4:15 a. mn. Jack- .Comia...Opm115
an7Il sonville 8:30 a. m. L.Poprt....6m95a
hou-I Four further information cal o.Nebry..6p932
u$ticket agen-ts, or E. H. Coapman, V. P*.C,o.....25m84a
and & G. M., Washington, D. C.; J. L.Lurn.. .75pm82m
. E. Meek, A. G. P. A., Atlanta, Ga., or F.C&WC
-L. Jenkins, T. P. A., Augusta, Ga. r.Gevie...9'Om7Oan
Columbia, Ne'wberry & Laure!Is B. BL.Abeie...25a2O8r
11.Schedule in effect October 6, 1910 IA.Ahn....5Oa 15p
Subject to chanage without notice. ~Alna...75m95p
schedules indicated are not garan- Mm 2ad5 rIeaddpr
teed: fo no tto,Clmi,diy
A. C. L. 52. an5u3.ruhbewe halsc
sare~ Lv. Charleston.. ... 6.0am 10.00pmadGrevle
re not Lv. Sumter.. .. ... 9.4amn 6.20pm Nn 4ad~ rieaddpr
C., N. & L. Grassre,C-"n" *
C o- Lv. Columbia......11.5am 4.55pm cp udy n u bog e
lman I.v. Prosperity. .12.42pmn 3.34pm tenClmi n ienii
stn~ Lv. Newberry.. .. .12.56pm 3.2OpmFo nratoasaetsrwit
- ' Clinton.... .. .1.5pm 2.35pmnw .Cai,PTI,
'een- " .-aurens. ...... 2.35pm 2.12pm imntn "
lum- C. & W. C. r~u1~o
p. n. LreevI1e . . .O mAr.Op Grenol od.i. .. 3.7m 13p
Ar......... .. Athen.... ... ...05m.30a.m ..