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\ Piano Recital to he Given by Mrs.
/ Quattlebaum's Pupils on April
Prosperity, April 7.?Rev. J. W.
. ' Bowles, of Coronaco, spent several
days last week with Mrs. S. L. Fellers.
Miss Annie Laurie Lester, of Columbia,
is the guest of her parents, Mr.
Aire A M Typstpr
Mrs. F. J. Dodgen, of Augusta, is
visiting her sister Mrs J. B. Harmon.
. The following young men visited
Parr's Shoals Sunday: Messrs. Hunter
Caldwell, Ellie Wheeler, Jeff Ham,
Pat Mikhel and Arthur Pugh.
\faster George Wise has returned
from a visit to Mr. Tom Wicker, of
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Chase have returned
to Columbia after spending a
few days with Mrs. JE. w. wens.
^ . Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bedenbaugh
spent the week-end here.
Mrs. A. L. Bedenbaugh and Miss
Lola Bedenbaugh spent Saturday in
Messrs. Hunter Caldwell and Walter
Wise spent Friday in Laurens,
making the trip in Mr. Caldwell's new
Mr. Thomas, of the Lutheran Seminary,
preached in Grace church Sunday
[ The Sunday school convention of
the Cokesbury district meet here in
the Methodist church,Rev. S. C. Morris,
pastor. It will be in session from
Monday, April 7th, until Wednesday.
The opening address was made Monday
night by Rev. B. P. Taylor, of
Saluda. There will be oth-pr addresses
by the following who will attend:
Presiding Elder Rev. W. P. Meadow,
Dr. J. W. Kilgo, of Greenwood, J.
M. Way, of Spartanburg, G. C. Hodges,
Greenwood, and C. C. Featherstone, of
Thursday night at he town hall the
ninth grade will render a play called
"Old Folks' Day in Plunket." Mrs. 0.
-S. Miller has trained the pupils and
the admission charges are 15 ana zo
cents. We hope there will be a full
house, as the proceeds will go to pay
on the new piano purchased for the
The ontest for the W. C. T. U. medal
took place Thursday night and Master
Henry Quatlebaum had the honor
of carrying off the medal.
The following is the program of the
piano recital given by Mrs. J. D.
Quattlebairm's pupils April 11, 1913:
Overture to William Tell?Geachino
Rosjini?Eight hands?Piano 1: Susan
Quattlebaum, Josephine Mays.
Piano 2: Ruby WTieeler, Caro Wyche.
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(a.) scents 01 ?wr. ?j. iuai u^.
(b) Kindergarten March?Otto Pfferkom?Elizabeth
Hunting Song?Frank Leyer?Henry
Beetles Dance?Edward Hoist?Six
hands?Piano 1: Ruby 'Wheeler; Piano
2: Josephine and Elizabeth May.
(a) Polka Brilliants?F. Spindler?
(b) Cradle Song?Otto Pfferkom?Caro
(~\toico.nn to Xo. 1?F. Chonin.
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(b) Canzonetta?V. Hollaender?Josephine
/ Sailors Song and Horn Pipe?Carl
Rolling?Eight hands?Piano 1, Susan
Quattlebaum, Josephine May; Piano
2, Elizabeth May, Henry Quattlebaum.
(a) Iris?Otto Pfferkom. (b) Fortunata?G.
Kumreske?Ant. Dvorak?Six hands
?Piano 1, Caro Wyche; Piano 2, Susan
and Henry Quattleabum.
(a) Fifth octurne?Leybach. (b)
Eglantine ? Otto Pfferkom?Ruby
(a) Duexieme Mazurka?C. Denuee.
Vu; w^K,? tlebaum.
Persian March?Chevalier de Kontski?Eight
hands?Piano 1, Susie
Langford, .Ruby Wheeler; Piano 2,
Susan Quattlebaum, Josephine May.
CLE AX-UP WEEK.
Civic Association Plans Cloaning-Fp
Vf>r Wrr?k Rcffinniiisr
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The following announcement of the
Civic association i- self- explanatory:
The Civic association most earnesttv
requests everybody to take part in
the general cKan-up campaign.
Places mentioned 'below ai*3 requested
to clean up and get things
in a sanitary condition.
1. Every place of business, namelv:
Drue stores, fruit stores, grocery
stores, meat markets, hotels, bakeries
and restaurant?, including side streets
and back premises.
2. All public r^oes. such as halls,
public schools, depots, court houses,
3. Owners of vacant lots are mo t
earnestly asked to coorern'e in this
4. Front and back yards of premises.
The mayor has kindly consented to
have all trash, garbaee. etc.. that is
placed on the side of the street, or in
: roc- pt ic l. s near the street, hauled
off on the following days:
Ward 1, by 12 o'clock on Monday.
Ward 2, by 12 o'clock on Tuesday.
I Ward 3, by 12 o."'clock on ednes|
j Ward 4, by 12 o'clock on Thursday.
| Ward 5, by 2 o'clock on Friday.
College Vaudeville Show.
As announced last week the College
vaudeville show will b?e held next
Friday evening April 11, at the op-era
house. The proceeds from the show
will go to the Athletic association of
the college. Buying new baseball uniforms
and repairing the fence around
the athletic field has placed an un
I usual burden upon the association
j treasury. By means of the vaudeville
we hope to remove this financial
strain, so your presence and patronage
is cordially solicited.
The pleasure and amusement derived
will cover many times over the
small sum charged for admission.
The reason only fifty cents is askj
ed for this one dollar and fifty cent
! show is because we prefer a "packed
| house" at a small price, to a "small
j house" with the same receipts.
Remember the six numbers, all features,
Mrs. Thomas' singing, Biser's
violin playing, Miss Edna Hipp accompanist,
the Glee Club's warbling, La
ami Maves' athletic stunts and
J wand drill, Dr. Thomas' college or!
chestra and the minstrel.
1 Oh! the minstrel will be a thing of
beauty, the blackness and grace and
a sid'e ripping laugh forever, "Fool"
Wink, "Lengthy" Timm, "Slim"
Kreps, "Kinky" Paschal, "Wooly"
Wulbern, "Rastus" Fetzer and Rook|
ie Rugheimer will all be there in a
j blaze of color, high art clothes, and
i classy make-ups. They will sing the
: latest "rags" and hon*ey-dripping
, songs from Broadway, crack the new?s
j est, guaranteeu uu VVCi vv?, ,
' dance fancy and old fashioned break
j downs, clogs, jigs, etc. Positively this
! will be the best thing in the way of a
minstrel ever put on the "boards" of
; the opera house. Don't miss this part
of the show, forty minutes of fun from
start to finish. Don't forget the date,
' April 11.
I The long contested suit between the
| bishops and the trustees of Vanderbilt
University has been decided in
favor of the bishops, placing the University
indisputably under the con|
trol o f the church.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
At the meeting of the last legislature
an Act was passed containing the
j following language: 'No supplies shall
be bought or expenses incurred on
, behalf of the county except with the
consent of the county supervisor"
The purpose of this Act is to keep
| the county expenditures within the
I appropriations fixed by law, and as
! the county supervisor is charged with
j this duty, hereafter no claim against
j the county will be approved unless
, the supplies bought or expenses in|
curred are bought or incurred as provided
by said act.
W. A. Hill,
Supervisor Newberry County.
ADril 4. 1913.
PROPOSALS WANTED FOR LOAN.
By Section 11 of Act of General Assembly
of State of South Carolina entitled
' An Act relating, to the Fiscal
affairs of County of Newberry" and
passed at he session of 1913, the commission
therein created was directed
j to advertise for proposals to take up
; certain railroad obligations from the
1 sinking fund commission by assigni
ment and also proposals to loan said
| county a sum sufficient o pay off past
j mdeoteaness. i ne saia tommissiuu
| by said section is also directed to ad|
vertise for proposals to loan to said
1 county a spfficient sum to take up certain
railroad bonds maturing January
J 1913. The railroad obligations held
| by the State sinking fund commission
j are represented by three notes upon
which be due April 25, 1913, the following
Xo. 1, $15,313.33; Xo. 8, $5,401.15;
| Xo. 9, $2.CSS.94.
A small balane of late tax collecj
tions will slightly reduce the amove
The amount neesssary to pay off
! past indebtedness is $20,000.00. Three
bonds maturing January 2, 1913, upon
I which will be due April 25, 1913, the
Isume of $1000 each with interest from
i January 2nd. 7 per cent. The sinkj
ing fund commission bein gdirected
by act of General Assembly to call in
certain loans m.^le to counti-es, tne
undersigned will receive proposals
unri' April 2.">. 1913, for the several
loans mentioned above, the right being
reserved to reject any and all
For further information address
either of the undersigned at Newberry,
S. C. ]
W. A. McSwain,
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show you such ai
Beautiful New f
Our leadership in stylish,
pronounced this seeson than
Hundreds of new pattern Hat:
this week for the first time ii
favored Shape, every type of
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j tonic direct hi Hmimaugu
Not 'Trailers' but Leade
i case standard 15c Percals, two to
yard lengths, choice the yard
1 1 case standard Apron Ginghams
yds to each buyer at yd 2
cases Poe Mill Bleaching, full 3
wide, worth Sysc, 16 yds to each b
at the yard
150 pieces colored Table Oil Cloth, w
20c elsewhere, at only - - 1
1 case 36 in white, striped and che<
Madras, worth 12 *4c, sale price
50 pieces 36 in brown Linen, w
15c, at only the yd
10 doz 81x90 hemmed Sheets, read]
use, worth 85c each, take your cl
the week at only each - - 6
Mi ft .
added to the stor<
in lines of merchant
Is of the people; a st
respect. No other
i immense stock, no
Millinery at Popular
high grade Millinery has been more
ever. Each day finds new models.
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s anu uuuiuiiueu oiiapcs go uu a<uc
i this big showing. There's every
Hat for every face.
s for your head-gear.
;rs. Ladies Gauze Vests.
5 cases Ladies' Gauze Vests just
opened. We have the greatest valuej
I0C in Gauze Vests ever placed on a retail
' 10 counter. Come in and look them over,
5C we know you'll buy, 8c, ioc, i2^c, 15c,
6 in j^c and 25c each.
So Embroidery Flouncing.
45 inch Embroidery Flouncing, worth
orth ^I-50' ?PeniDg sa^e price the yd 98c
45 inch Embroidery Flouncing, worth
/ for $x*25> ?Pening sale price the yd 69c
loice Bands to match, worth np to $1.00, at
2^c choice the yd - - 49c
New Tailored Suits!
Each day brings new arrivals in Ladies'
Coat Suits. Our selection is the
best in this section of the State. They
have been chosen to meet the requirewTm
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high class and out of the ordinary in -
value, and above all, every garment we
sell we guarantee a perfect fit.
New Tailored Skirts.
300 new separate Skirts to select from,
2verv one new ri?:ht from the makers'
hand. We can fit any size, large or
ioo new Serge Skirts, black and navy,
$6.50 value, choice - - $3.98
100 new Serge Skirts, Dlack and navy,
$7.50 value, choice - - $4.98
ioo new Serge Skirts, black and navy,
$S.oo value, choice - - $5-75
he Store That's Always E
>. Its our aim to
iise that appeal and
ore that is most at
three stores can
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The Boss Shoe Store!
: We carry the most complete Shoe and i
5 Slipper stock in Newberry. Don't forl
get the big store when you think of buy>
ing your new Oxfords and Pumps. No
> matter what you want we can fill your bill.
25 cases of Selby Oxfords and Pumps
just landed, and priced for quick sell
ing $1.98, $2.49, $2.98 and $3.50.
Goodman line Misses' and Children's
Pumps and Oxfords 98c, $1.25, $1.49,
: Howard & Foster's Men's Fine
The best line of Men's high and low
cut Shoes in the United States, all at
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UiiC jpixtc, a ?/ai-. - |
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In the Milliner}' Department
On the 2nd Floor.
This week we'll put on salekfave cases
children's Hats, all kinds of Hats, Ratine,
Fine, Straw and Cloth, Hats in the
lot worth 75c and up to $1.25,.take the h
"kids along and have 'em fitted up" at
choice the- Hat ... 49c 1
Help us when you can, and we will
help you all the time. /
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W. B. and R. & G. CoFsets.
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'l'Jtie largest snipmeni or ^orseis evci
brought to Newberry. All the new
styles are nere. No risk to run in selecting
>our Corset here, the styles and
lengths are absolutely correct.
New Spring Waists.
We are showing the most complete
line of Silk and Fancy Waists ever shown ;
here, from 9SC up to $1.50 each.