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THE COI NTY HOSPITAL.
Books of Subscription to be Opened
on May 10?C apital to be
Notice is published in The Herald
and News today of the opening on May
10 of the books of subscription to trie
capital stock of the Newberry county
hospital. The proposed capital of the
corporation is fifteen thousand dollars,
and of this amount more thaji $4,000
will be taken by those who have already
given subscriptions in the move- j
ment heretofore inaugurated by the j
, physicians for the building of the hospital.
There seems to be every assurance j
that the stock will be subscribed, and j
that in the near future the county will!
have the hospital?an institution which
will be of incalculable value 10 tne
whole of Newberry county and this
section of the State.
ML Peasant School Picnic.
The ML Pleasant school will close
" on Friday, and there will be a picnic
at the school house on Saturday. The
public is cordialy invited to attend the
Beth Eden Pastorate.
A meeting of the Joint council of the
"""* ? ~ ~ u?4n Ha at
.Bem jE/cuju piustL/iate v?in ~~~~ ?
St James, Jalapa, Wednesday, at 10
a. m. Jas. D. Kinard,
At the Theato.
Pathe Weekly, showing the great
$18,000,000 Equitable Life Insurance
' company's fire and the burial of Rear
Admiral Robley B. Evans, and other
interesting events of recent date
will be sfcown at "rue meaiu, uiu
court house, Wednesday, May 8. Three
other good reels will be shown also.
The prices will be the same, 5 and
10 cents. Everybody should see these
At the Theato.
Manager Lavend^* announces thai
he will give the old soldiers a JEre<
show Friday, May 10, Memorial day
from 10 to 11.30 a. m. A special reel
a battle picture, has been ordered foi
the occasion, and all the old veteran;
will be most heartily welcomed t(
this show at the old court house.
Now is the time to subscribe to Th<
Herald and News.
For the Legislature.
C. T. Wyche is hereby announced a
^ a candidate for re-election to the leg
islature, and will abide the rules c
the Democratic party.
Geo. S. Mower is hereby nominate
for the House cf Representatives, sut
ject to the rules of the Democrati
G. Sam Young is hereby nominate
for the House of Representatives, sui
ject to the rules of the Democrat]
Magistrate >'os.c 1 and S.
I hereby announce myself as a car
didate for Magistrate for Xos. 1 an
8 Townships, and will abide the rul*
of the Democratic primary.
W. 0. Wilson.
Magistrate >~o. 2.
T hereby announce myself as cana
date for Magistrate for No. 2 Townsh
and will abide the rules of the Deni
C. H. Alewine.
| Young MoT
Don't Be S<
the Maidens want your
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cftance or geiung one ui
appreciate a good un<
not to mention your
please them all it you v
engagement for sittings
I EAST MAIN STREET
NEWBERRY TEACHERS. f.
Ail Teachers o; Newberry's City
Schools Re-elected For Another
At a meeting of the board of trustees
of the Newberry city schools, held on
Thursday evening, all the teachers of
the high school, and the Boundary j
street and Pope graded schools were j
re-elected for another year. Superin- !
tendent Henry Lee Dean had already
been re-elected some time ago.
The teachers are:
Boundary Street School?Miss Linda j
Welch, principal; Misses Mary L. Bur-;
ton, Ruby Holloway, Annie Bynum, i
Mayme Swittenberg, Zuleime Ervin
and Gertrude Reeder.
Pope School?Miss Mary Carwil?
Burton, principal; Misses Pearl West,
Mary Wall, Vanessa Williams and
High School?Clarence F. Werts,
| principal; Misses Elizabeth Dominick !
| and Eliza Maybry.
In the colored school the teachers !
of the closing year were reelected, except
that the election of principal was
postponed to a later meeting.
Jfews of Excelsior.
Excelsior, May 6.?Excelsior school
: closed. Friday.
Miss Rosalee Wheeler is visiting
friends in Newberry.
Mrs. Carrie Dominick and son, of
; near Helena, have been visiting in this
Our farmers will finish planting cotton
this week. Some of the early
planting had to be planted over.
Mt. Pilgrim congregation are preparing
to put a new cover on their
Early planting of corn is up, looking
Dr. R. C. Kibler, who has been
spending some time with his brother
' here, left Friday for his home' in Atlanta.
Mr. P. S. Cook and family, after a
two weeks' stay with his mother here,
t left for their home in Columbia on
> | There is some nice grain in this sec>
tion, though a good deal of the grain
f has been badly injured, by too much
> rain during the winter and spring.
f This is the machine which all
experienced motocyclists consider
the leader. It has won
(j more contests of all kinds than
all other makes combined. The
c i simplicity and economy of The
Indian have made it the tourist's
j machine. Any one who rides a
d bicycle can ride The Indian. It
has covered 31 3-4 miles on one
c pint of gasoline. The best vehi*
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Cie ior neaiui aiiu rt;ci eauvn. i
? horse power, single cylinder,
free engine clutch and magneto,
Ask for Catalogue, showing all
I. T. Timmerman
dewberry, S. C.
;ared of Being
Photograph, and you stand a
theirs. The other boys would
assuming portrait of yourself,
parents and sister. You can
rill call 'phone 358 and make
NEWBERRY, S. C.
We confess the re
wildest dreams. Such
of. As we have statei
"banner month." Nol
die in this money savii
Women's Lisle Stockings
Women's fine Lisle finish
summer weight Stockings,
v.irrn-1 o/innnmv a da.ndv
ixiaxxv^vi v/v/uiiunij, ? w
20c. seller, 15c. or two OCpairs
for - - &OL?
72x90 seamless bleached
Sheets, torn and hemmed,
the 65c. kind at only
each - - DMHBHnBHHBHMBIMHBHHHnHBBHtl
Pumps and Oxfords.
The best in town for the price,
Tan, full Patent and Vici
i Pumps and Ox- (fl QO
i fords, $3 00 values
40 k White Lawn 5c.
500 yds. White Lawn worth
10c., limited 10 yds to C.
each buyer, at the yd.
I | Attractr
I Every day finds somethii
this department. Our aim
have added scores of new
Hats we are offering in ou
: No Bargain Too Good
IFor the loyal hearted people
who have so nobly contribu
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I ted to tne success ui una gigantic
50 pieces colored 10c. CLawn
the yd. only ? /?
81x90 Seamless bleached
- Sheets torn and hemmed,
I the 75c. quality, May ?01.
sale price - - 0^2*"
One lot of wide plain Taffetf
Ribbon in all colors, in.
value 15c., sale price yd A
I Rep and Canvas Pumps
+ 'A (M HO n?,,
198c., Si.ijy, 4>x J70 any
Hunt up the big si
gains are our best tr
Big May Sale
sponse given this May Sa
; values we are offering v
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d before its our aetermn
t for a moment do we pr<
AX T?rviKyAir?orv PlmTnP.lTlC.
111. JJiiiWAvxuvij ?C7
neat patterns and made of
good material regular $1.00
vanle, sale price the Cfl.
yard - - < - J?/C.
300 New Parasols,
Beautiful new handles, you
can't match them in town
for less than $1.50 QQ.
Mav sale nrice - *701.
200 New Separate Skirts.
Materials Serge, Panama
and Mohair, Skirts worth
$7.00 to $10.00, fCQO
choice - I
I Black Satin Pumps.
r ? ceol/a fViic wppV
JO ^ U UII tlllkJ Tf
all sizes, $250 and $1 QO
$3 values, sale price ?pA?jO
ve Millinery at Pop
lg new in the way of stylish shapes, p
is to give you better Hat values than
pattern Hats to our line the past we<
r big May sale at
.98. $3.50,$4.00 $5.00,
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1 lot ocean Pearl Buttons, in
small and medium sizes,
slightly imperfect, values up
to 20c. doz, May sale C .
price doz. - - - ?*v?
1 Tir** -rklo/^o nn ?50
L VY C Will pxc*v\s VH ~ _
pieces 45 in. French Lawn,
a 25c. seller at only 1C
the yard - - I Jt.
i Women's fine Silk Stockings
a 35c. seller, 4 pairs to 1Q
each buyer, pair - 1 ^ v.
| | White Buck Pumps.
1 I Match them if you djo Cfl
can, $1.98 and - ?p?.vU
tore. We can fill your bi
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STORE THAT'S ALWj
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Ip has far excelled our
re re never before heard
ration to make May a
>pose to let your interest
100 new Skirts go on sale
this week, attractive panel I
front and back, a skirt worth
Alfianrli qv<q <57 Kft Ma V d>l- I
CISC W 11V/X V f I ' WJ AMbMj ? _
sale price - - ?P?J*
36 in. Checked Nainsook
Medium weight for Pajamas,
Waists & Dresses, worth Q.
12|c, May sale price - ?H?
2 1 ?
One lot Apron Checked Ging- .
hams worth 7Jc , special C.
at only the yd ,
I I r,k:i4^??a SAv I
V/llllUi CIA 0 It/VA*
One lot Children's Fancy Top
Sox, all sizes regular 1A15c.
seller, sale price lul.
retty Trimmings, Pattern Hats in ,
you can secure elsewhere. We
jk. Come and see the beautiful
$6.00 and up.
Gauze Vests, full bleached,
r><vlr nnd arm holes, a
big 10c. seller, limited C _
5 to each buver - ??
45 in. Lingerie Embroidery I
? il 1 ?
J Flouncing, nanasome utssigu,
and sold at $1.50, sale QO_ j
price - - - fOt.
Extra fine linen finish bleach- f
ed Table Damask at 1Qonly
the yard - Bleaching.
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I I I 20 yds. .foe imns u-i iiii
' I I Bleaching for - <pl.UV.
II from a to z. Our bar
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