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The Movements of Many People, >"ew- j'
berrians, and Those Who Visit
Dr. J. K. Gilder, of Newberry, was
in the city yesterday.?The State.
Mr. S. .J. Wooten. of Greenwood, was j
in the city salesday.
~ * * ^ ip in
W. F. LominacK, or .wnuui-, ,
the city.?The Stat*.
Mr. T. A. Sh<?aly was in the citl
Saturday from Pomaria, No. 2.
Mrs. P. E. Scott has returned after
a month's trip to Florida.
Mr. A. C. Sligh, of Dyson, was in the
Mr. C. W. P.uford, of Kinarcte, was
in the city Monday.
Judge and Mrs. T. S. Sease spent
last week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
*v>ukniffht.?Leesville cor. The State, j
M. C. Morris, of Prosperity, was here
for the exposition yesterday, a guest
at the Columbia.?The State.
Dr. J. Wister Brown, of Newberry,
visited the Corn exposition yesterday.
Mr. Jno. K. Aull, of the governor's
staff and offio?, spent Sunday in Newberry...
Jno. A. Boland and J. W. Derrick
are among the Corn exposition visitors
from Little Mountain.?The State.
Mr. Sam B. Jones is in the city. Mr.
Jones is traveling for the Noble Refin- j
ing company, of Cleveland, 0., hand-]
ling oil, grease, paints and varnish.
R. T. C. Hunter, one of the substantial
farmer?: of St. Lukes, Newberry
county, is a visitor to the Corn exposition.?The
Geo. B. Auil, of JPomaria, is a visitor
to the Corn exposQhn.?The State.
Misses Le!ia arerSjdie Dennis, of
Newberry, are in ttee city for the Corn
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Scurry spent the
week-et!d at Chappells, with their son,
Mr. Jno. B. Scurry. Grandpa Scurry
had a most enjoyable time, playing
-'with the little grands and having & I
good appetite we}! treated.
Res. B. E. Petrea, a student Qf the ^
Theological seminary, Columbia, spent
the week-end in Newberry with Mr.
aud Mrs. Wilbv E. Long. He preached
an excellent sermon Sunday evening
to the Lutheran congregation.
VARIOUS AXB ALL AB01T.
The 5th instant will be Ash Wednesday,
the beginning of I^eut.
Meet me at the park tonight?Yel
lowstone park. Theato.
L>-- A Ford touiing car, 1913 model, has j
been:, bought by Mr. J. L. Burns,;
There will be a box party at the I
residence of Jno. P. l^ong at Silver-1
street on Friday evening of this w?ek. j
Calvin Crozier chapter will meet j
with Miss Florence Bowman on Thursday
afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The town election at Silverstreet re- |
suited in the re-election of G. Tom j
Blair intendant and J. C. Berry, I). L. j
Ham, J. P. Blair and W. A. Asbill,'
The Ladies' Aid society of the Luth- j
eran caurctt or ine Keaeemer win meti :
with Mrs. J. T. Mayes on Tuesday at- !
ternoon at 4 o'clock.
Arthur Wiggins had manipulated a r
chick i;] te-aliog case which finally
reached Recorder Earhardt's court on
Monday. Recorder Earhardt authorized
the entry of $10 or 30 days against
Sunday morning was clear. Accord-1
yig to the g. h. theory, look out for a j
late spring. The groundhoggists say !
that if Sunday morning had been i
cloudy the g. h. would have remained
out, because he didn't see his shadow.
Six weeks yet from the groundhoggy!
Salesday was a disagreeable day. j
Very few people came in from the coun-!
try. Mast-er H. H. Rikard made one !
sale, the other?Mower against Mahon j
?having been settled. Master Rikard j
sold the 260 acres, advertised?on the j
Ridge road 3 1-2 miles from Prosperity]
?to Mrs. Xannie J. Simpson for $2,304.
through the Summer garage.
Chief of Police Jernigan caught Dan
Gilder in the city Sunday night and
Daji has giv^n bond for his appearance
Thursday before Recorder Earhardt.
T\ ^ ~ 1_ ^ ^ J ~ n ~ V?/-v )
L*aji uas occu wiuiwu uatr tuc
10th of last November, for selling
-whiskey. Ia trailing Dan through a
patch Sunday night a twig injured
Chief's eye, coming near being serious.
She?"I envy Miss. Payne. She plays
so well that one forgets how she
He?"But you look so well that one
forges how you play."?London Opinion.
a \k<;ko shot to death.
I'wo euroes in Jail?Tell Conflicting i
Stories?Claim (iun Went On
Sheriff C. G. HI ease brought two negroes
frcm Mr. J. L. Holloway's place1
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near vaugnnvme on &;iiuiud?,
Daniel, charged with murd-er, and Leroy
Redfield, as an accessory in the
killing of George Brown, another ne- j
gro. The killing took place Saturday
and Coroner Lindsay held an inquest
that afternoon. The only facts obtainable.
if they are facts, are contained in
the testimony of the witnesses at the
inquest and two of these are charged
with the killing. The first tale was
that Brown was carrying his gun by
the barrel and it went off and killed
him, but on examination it had not
been discharged. Then Charlie Daniel
stated that he was walking in front,
and with his- eun on his shoulder, and
it was accidentally discharged and
The testimony is printed herewith,
and the finding of the coroner's jury.
Leroy Redfield, sworn, says: I live in
Newberry county, S. C. On February
1, 1913,1 was home, and George Brown
came to my house. He said lets go
hunting. I told hi mall right. Deceased
was ahead of us. When we got about
200 yards he had his gun on his shoulder
with the barrel in front of him and
the gun went off and killed him. This
was about 10.30 o'clock. I came up
and got his gun and carried him to my
house. The single barrel gun with 3x
rhprlip Daniel's. The single barrel
with one X on it is mine. The double
barrel gun is the deceased. We had
not shot either gun. The guns was not
shot by any one today.
(Signed) Leroy Redfield.
Charlie Daniel, sworn, says: I live
on Mr. J. L. Holloway's place in Newberry,
S. C. I was at home this a. m.
Deceased came to our house. He asked
us to go hunting. He brought a single
barrel gun and got a double barrel
gun to go hunting. We came on and
the* gun went off and shot mm. i run
back to the house. He had the gun.
He had the barrel by the end of the
muzzle and it went off. We neither of
us shot our gun today.
(Signed) Chai^ie Daniel.
Viola Harris, sworn, says: I live on
Mr. J. I* Holloway's place in Newberry
county, S. C. I was at home
thiij) morning. I#seen Charlie Daniel,
Leroy Redfield, George Brown pass my
house. I did not see the boys when the
gun fired. I came to the door. . I seen
Leroy standing by tne dfcc-asea ana
Charlie was running. Had nothing in
his hand. I seen Leroy going home.
He had two guns.
(Signed) Viola x Harris.
Charlie Daniel recalled: T was walking
before the deceased. .. Was fooling
with the gun, and it went off and hit
deceasf-d in the head, and I dropped
the gun and run home. T make this
statement without any reward or being
scared into a confession.
(Signed) Charlie Danle!.
The following is the verdict of the
coroner's jury: "That George "Brown
onTpe to death from a gunshot
wound inflicted at the hands of Char
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lL'ani'fi nna mai I.riu) n-r-wuc:u naa
?n accessory to same, on February 1,
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President and Mrs. Harms entertained
the faculty at a delightful supper
last Monday evening.
A large number of students visited
the Corn show Friday and also attended
the Xewberry-Carolina basketball
The. following Sophomores spoka
"Trusts"?L. F. Derrick.
"The Dog and the Auto"?\V. G. Houseal,
"The Corporal of Chance'lorsville"?
J. E. Long.
"Equipped for Service"?A. W. lawman.
"The Making of An Orator"?F5. M.
"Our National Safeguard"?W. Mills.
After the constitution and by-laws of
the Athletic association were adopted
the following officers were elected:
President, W. A. Reiser: vice president,
R. C. Floyd; secretary, R. K.
Wise; treasurer, F. W. Chapman; assistant
treasurer, M. W. Wingard; assistant
manager basketball team, K.
M. Counts; cheer leader, E. W. Rentz;
assistants, A. H. Timrn, S. C. Baker, K.
x> ifi>ano ryroHnoto orK-i?.nrv nnrrmit
JLV- ilit/JJO, giUUUU.LV liV? v? tF ?
tee, Dr. Geo. B. Cromer, Dr. .T. B. Setzler,
Dr. W. G. Houseal, Mr. Z. F.
Wright, Mr. A. B. Wise. j
The Weightman Chapel Woman's
Missionary society will meet with Mrs.
D. M. Langford on Thursday afternoon
at 3.30 o'clock.
Sunday School Convention.
Theiv will be a to wit: hip Sunday!
school convention lit'ld at Smyrna
church Friday, February 7, 1913. The!
following is the program:
10 a. m.?Devotional exercises, Rev.
O. A. .leffeoat.
10.30?Township organization, Dr.
E. C. .Jones.
11?Teacher training. Why and
| how??J. S. Boozer and Rev. 0. A.
I Jeff coat.
11.30?Missions in the Sunday school
?why??Rev. W. C. Bowen.
12 m.?Dinner on the grounds.
1.30 p. m.?Should the term of the
superintendent be limited??J. X. Liv
ingston, R. G. Wallace.
2.00?Story telling. Why??G. P.
2.30?Giving prizes. Why??Rev. T.
C. Croker and John Langford.
All the Sunday schools in the township
are expected to send delegates.
Read More Carefully.
Our esteemed local cotemporary, The
i Herald and News, in its Tuesday issue,
"The Anderson Mail says: 'Let's
have a live chamber of commerce in
! Ajider^on and get things like Greenj
ville and Greenwood.' And yet we be|
lieve. Anderson is the town to which
1 our cotemporary refers as being a
great town with nfr chamber of commerce.
Why should the Mail be calling
for a live chamber of commerce when
our. cotemporary' points to her with
Dride as not having one and giving
, Anderson as an excuse for the disbandment
of the Newberry chamb?r?"
Either The Herald and News man
reads the Observer very carelessly or
else the Observer can not express its
meaning plainly enough to be understood.
We did say, in substance, that Anderson
is a great town?and it is. And
j it had no chamber of commerce when
|the st-v.ni nt was made; it was to or|
ganize one last .night, and no doubt
j did. The statement of our cotemporary
t that the Observer "points to her with
pride as not having one and giving Anj
derson as an excuse for the disbandj
ment of the Newberry chamber," is
| without foundation'ih fact; the Obserj
ver did nothing of the kind
< There was no "excuse" needed for
Uhe disbandment of the Newberry
; chamber. The reason of the disbandment
was apparent to all who were
present at the call meeting, and the
vote for disbandment was unanimous
at the meeting.
In the same article from which the
Herald and News pretends to quote the
i Observer said:
"There are many ways in which a
properly-conducted body of this char:
acter can help, and, therefore, we
| would like to see one in .Newberry, ana
will do our part in starting it and
keeping it going. We feel like' we have
a right to say this, because we joined
! the late chamber of commerce at its
organization and stayed with it to the
last, paying our dues regularly and doing
a good deal of free advertising for
it. and netting nothing in return beyond
| the satisfaction 0f trying to help the
| community; and we pre ready to do
I the 5ame thing again whenever any
I ether organization is started that
| promises to be a public benefit."
Our cotemporary must have seen
that portion of our article, as well as
the reference to Anderson?which it
j has not quoted, but has twisted out of
its plain and obvious meaning.
What does our cotemporary expect
| to gain by misrepresenting the Ob!
server in this manner?
BEAUTIFUL PEN PICTURE.
From wHouie,w bv Calcord, in the Ameri
icafl Magazine for February.
! "We followed a road high above the
! sea. with woods on our left, and clear
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! ed land between us anci iuf suuir.
j Along our route lay farmhouses, flash|
ing their lights at us through the dusk,
i The gardens were waiting for the harvest:
we saw ripe pumpkins among
| th^ withering corn. Peace and sleep
i filled the air?a holy quiet.ness. Tnere
; was ncvcr such a country in the
, world!" *
Meeting of County Farmers' Union.
The regular monthly meeting of the
j County Farmers' Union will be held
j next Saturday; February 8, 11 o'clock
in m We uree a full attendance as
we wish to take up the matter of the
purchase of fertilizers.
.J. B. O'Neall Hollowav.
Secretary County Farmers' Union.
Death of Miss Eliza Franklin.
Miss Eliza Franklin died late Thurs
| day afternoon at he^ home in the sub!
burbs of the city near Helena and was
buried at Rosemont cemetery on Friday
afternoon at 5 o'clock, service by
the Rev. A. M. Gardner.
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.Never in The. History. 01. American
Theatricals Has There Been Such !
A Substantial Hit.
When time writes the history of sue
cessful musical plays produced in the'
twentieth century it will single out j
Joseph M. Weber's superb novelty suc!
C'trss "The Climax" by Edward I ccke, i
' for special attention as one of the1
j most charming ajid one of the most
; spontaneous corn-dies of a dccade
i Xhe play received its- first New York
! hearing at Weber's Theatre, where a
i special matinee, performance was given
j as a "try out" and before the perforI
mance was half over the audience
Ko.nror, 3ffatt t r> the faet that a
I Lf^r^UAi m. ? w?4?v.
wholly charming and original play
was being offered for their consideration
and that an author of whom they
had heard little had become a factor
I in the theatrical world. The leading
( magazine writers and the reviewers
i of the New York daily papers were
unanimously one in proclaiming "The
i Climax" the greatest play of the ceni
tury. The brilliant success achieved
I *L / ?!; Vion nriwto/i Ull^?h fl
j t)V I Ll'J Vyilillu,A aas vivu^vu ?
demand for the play that Mr. Weber
I will have five different companies en
: tour this season.
j The story concerns a young girl with
, a voice who is struggling under the
j tutelage of a veteran and impoverj
iched Italian vocal instructure to win j
renown. But John Raymond, a young
j doctor, who loves her, and who thinks ;
! the stage is full of pitfalls, crushes
J the ambition of the heroine by glv|
i ing her a voice-impairing fluid in her i
anatomizer so that the heroine has a
pathetic scene when she tries to sing
and cannot. The author has hit upon
1 nltmaY T-Tp wnrks
a new uuu yiausii/ic . ~??
i up to it with sound dialogue which
has a human quality. The scenes;
i have th* natural terseness which sug- j
; gest Ibsen, and one feels that he is J
I watching proceedings taking place
! within four walls cf a room rather
| than within three sides of a soehery
: and a proscenium arch. There is in-,
j cidental music by Joseph Carl Broil!
I that runs all through the piece and;
i which contributes very much to its *
Deatb ef An Infant.
; The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. G.
i Wash Wesson died at their home at
! Wv; t End on Sunday morning early, j
and was buried at West End cemetery j
, Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock, service
I by the Rev. X. A. Hemrick.
Greenwood Index. . . j
1 The Indetf is constantly preaching
against the parlor rifle as a deathdealing
weapon. It is of the kind that
is the more dangerous because it is
It is often given tN small boys as a
present and in many many sad cases
it is the cause of death either to the;
boy or to aplaymate. The danger in j
this weapon was first brought forcibly
to our attention some years ag^ wn u
Judge O. B. Buchanan received his
death wound from a parlor rifle either
I accidently or intentionally at the
train. He received the bullet and
died from the effect.
Repeatedly, The Index has called
attention to the numerous cas-es of
j death and permanent bodily injury in
this State from the parlor rifle.
I^t us take this Christmas season
alone, omitting the deaths from gun
j '-hot wounds, by accident or otherwise,
j and there were quite a number. Clar-'
! ence Barrineau, 11 years old, was shot
thrcugh the stomach with a parlor
j rifle in the hands of S. Clair Rivers
aged 16 in Charleston the day after
Christmas. He may rtcover. j
Stewart Lewis, age 12, was shot
! through the heart and killed by a parlor
rifle at -Johnston the day after,
Christmas. He and a playmate were.
trying to get a cartridge out of the
Mr. Marti us Smith, onlv son of Sen.
E. I). Smith, was shot through the
; stomach with a'rifle the day after
! Christmas on his father's plantation.
i * *
i He- had leaned the rifle against a'tree
! and it fell over discharging and |
! wounding him. He died Tuesday.
; This is the record of the rifle in
! throe days in South Carolina alone.
j .. Think it Orer.
Seated beneath a palm in the gar- j
j den of his Florida vilia at Maimi,
! William Jennings Bryan stoutly ad- j
j vocated the need for elderly and even;
j old men in politics.
j "I agree with Metchinikoff," he said,'
| 'that the old and elderly make far j
j and away the test statesman."
Mr. I3ryan laughed, tapped his knee ,
with his palm leaf fan and added:
"Xo man is too old to learn, and
i no man is too weak to think he is too '
TiiK >K\VS OF I'KOSFKKITV.
Fhe People (omiujr and (ioin? to niid
From a Live and l'ro^re>si>e
Prosperity, Feb. ?Miss Xannie j
_ . i
Si npson and Master Claude Duncan, oi
Clinton; Mr. S. D. Duncan, of Greenwood,
and .Mr. J. B. Duncan, of Newberry
colleg-e have returned to their
respective homes, after a visit to Mr.
J. H. Crosson.
Mrs. J. S. Wheeler and children
spent the week-end in Columbia.
Mrs. F. E. Schumpv?rt is in Columbia
visiting her daughter, Miss. Marie
Mr. S. S. Birge and Master George
Wise will spent this wvek in Columbia,
the guest of Airs. A. H. Kohn.
Miss Mary Lizzie Wise, of Columbia
College, spertt the week end at home.
Me<-:dames J. L. and Allio Wise spent
Saturday in Newberry with Mrs. C.
Mrs. A. X. Crosson attended the corn i
exposition Monday. |
Mr. P. L. Langfcrd is visiting in
Mrs. M. C. Morris and Master Marion
spent the latter part of lavt week
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Dr. T. F. Littlejonn, or i5iach.sLrui
spent Sunday here with his little
Mr. Raymond Fellers, of Newberry,
visited the home folk Sunday.'
Mr. Carl Fellers left Sunday for Atlanta
to accept a position with the
Southern Beil Telephone and Telegraph
Mr.- A. H. Hawkins is spending a
few day? in Columbia.
Messrs. Jno. F. Wheeler, J. C. Singley,
A. X. Crosson, E. N. Kibler, Wiliie
Cannon, J. T. Hunter, R. T. C. Hunter,
Jake Warner, P. B. Warner, J.
" ~ A A vTofoo w w Shealv.
i~J.. oa-ruttj, a. a. .-?ovv? " - ~
.T. B. T. Scott, Joe W. Hunter, S. C.
Minick, W. E. Nichols, J. H. Crosson,
B. B. Schumpert, J. B. Harmon, Dr.
and Mrs. G. Y. Hunter Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Sea?e, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Counts
attended the corn exposition.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. B. Harmon, of
Ninety Six, are visiting Dr. G. W. Harmon.
Mrs. Frances Boggs ha? gone to
Florence to visit her sister.
Married -by the Rev. 0. A. Jeff coat,
'at the Methodist parsonage, oa Sunday
morning, Mr. W. S. Lominack and Miss
Ella Cromer, all of Newberry.
Apples, eggs, coffins, full dinner
pails, palms from Florida and beans
from 3oston, beefsteaks, laundry
bundles, live dogs and all sorts of
merchandise handled by the parcel
post, while the receipt and dispatch
of nearly 2,000,000 parcels in the first
week of its oi>eration show the extent
of the public need it fills. The method
in the opposition of the express
companies becomes more and more
apparent as this branch of the postal
service is ?nore generally utilized.?
New York World.
Whee Shinu Scored.
Everett- Shinn, the painter and wit
of New York, scored off an enemy at
a tea at Sherry's. To this enemy,
himself a painter of the Bougu<reau
school, Mr. Shinne said:
"How many pictures have you
painted in the course of your long and
1 ?Ann " was the
"*i naveu i uac IUV, ? ?
Mr. Shinn laughed maliciously.
"Son*e- day, then," he said, "I'll come
around to your studio and count
The dr-finite announcement that another
brilliant series of Metropolitan
grand operas will be presented in
Atlanta next spring will be welcomed
with enthusiasm by the music lovers
of the entire South. So distinctive in
every sense has been the success of
Atlanta opera week for the past three
years that it has come to De regarued
as an established annual event. It
U none the less phasing or reassuring
to know that a formal agreement
for the 1913 season has been concluded.
*I> THE RANKS" was released .Jan.u
e tqiq that for new pic
ii ij Oy i >J 1 ' J . i*V " ?
ATTEXTIOX is called to the fact that
The Arcade has secured for the chil-|
dr*n "The Punch Film," featuring i
Master Herbert Rice, who became so
popular as Buster Brown. Buster is
with us every Wednesday, s^na uie
FOB SALE?A few nice pigs, about
three months o:.d. E. B. Setzler, 2001
College St. . 2.4.11.
FOR SALE ?Three lots on corner of
Vain and Calhoun s-treets. Plat and
t^rms can be seen at office of Dr.
.Ta&. Mcintosh. S. J. Wooten, Greenwood.
S. C. 2.4.3t?Itawj
Corrected by Nat Gist).
Cotton 12Y2 ?
Seed . 3S
(By Robt. McC. Holmes.)
Cotton.. 12 1-2 /
Cotton seed 42
r"r>ttnn. . ... . . 12 V*
Little Xeantaln. ..
Cotton 12 to 12%
Cotton seed, per 100 1.25
Cotton " .. .12*4
Sf-ed, per 100 1.40
Seed, per 100 1.35 ?
Seed ...37 1-2
1 One Cent a Word. No ad*
vertisement taken for lc?s
than 25 cents.
DR. J. K. GILDER, JR^ Dental Parlors,
in postoffice building, corner
Caldwell and Friend streets. *
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! MOSEY TO LEXD?Money to lend oo
real estate. Long time md eaay
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter.
CITIZENS wanting servants may be
supplied with same by communcating
with James S. Daniel, 825 Scott
street citl". ll-281tf.
BUY a genuine diamond ring for $li*
at Williamson's. Fte-Cf
FARIEB8, we have a few "McKay" *
stalk cutters left, at bargain prices.
Also complete line tum plows and
harrows. If needing anything in
this line we will save you money.
Purcell & Scott. 1-17-tf.
F#R SALE?Fine White Wyandot
cockerels, 75 cents each. England
Bull puppfcs, $5.00 each; entitled to
registration. Write Haywood Cole- ^
man, SHverstreet, S. C., R. F. EL 1;
HEADQUARTERS for fine mules. Car
load ju^t arrived, Tennessee and
Kentucky; prices right. At Jacobs
Stabtes. Jacobs;and Wilson; : t
i . J
1-28-4L " _? . *';*j ? 1
REDUCED?Your electric light bill
will be reduced when you use Mazda k
I^amps. Summer Bros. Co. ' }
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IN* THE RANKS, at the Arcade Tuesday
itwo reels; Broncho) is one jof
th*> finest war pictures ev*r shown
in the city..
WANTED?You to try Mazda lamps,
and see a great saving in your electric
light bill. Summer Bros. Co. . I
THE MUTUAL WEEKLY for Thurs-J|
day is a new feature for The Arcade.
Don't miss it, as it reaches us about
10 days old. ' -aj|
XEW AND BEAUTIFUL line of 10 and
25 cent jewelry just in. See it in .
our windows this week. Robinson's
10-Cent Store. It
SPECIAL at Arcade, "Old Wyoming
Days," in three rer-Ls, for Wednesday,'
February 5. The same price. ' ?
FOR SALE?One good milch cow.
Fresh in milk. Apply to C. W. Bu- i
ford, Kinards, R. F. D. 2. ^ 2-4.3t
SEAWEED for gold fish, just arrived.
i)<vUnr.An'a 1 S\ Prtnt Qttnrp It- I
J IWUiUJUU O i V U -> - ~.
SLUMBER slippers, soft and warm,
just the thing for this told weather^^B
10c p-r pair. Robinson's 10-CeutJH
Store. It. 1
"IX THE RANKS"?Broncho feature^^H
two reel*. A sensational Indfl
Pioneer Military dramatic
tion, at the Arcade Tuesday^^^^^^M
LADIES, you're invited to
our new line of neckwear, iM
ruffling. We have just op^ .
goods, up. and we knowl
please you. Robinson'fl
.Store. J .
i Dr 4 nr ;c o-fl
i nr. .uit uauit
enjoy good new pictures^!
XOTIOXS, notions, notion?
just opened up the biggfl
! of notions that has ever?
store. You can not call 1
j in this line that we caa
i Robinson's 10-Cent Storj|
TOC DON'T see streaks inB
i cause we pay for new
VERY SELDOM do we