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fho MftTpments of Many People, >Tewberrians,
and These Who Yisit
Mr. T. G. Williams, deputy collector,
is in the city.
Mr. G. B. Boozer, of Columbia, is in
the city on business.
Col. W. H. Hunt left Monday for New
York on business.
Mr. T. W. Powell ha? changed from
Lake City, S. C., to Pomaria, No. 3.
Mr. F. W. Brawley has moved to
Gastonia, X. C.
F. B. Evans, of Kinards, is in Columbia
for the fair.?The State, 31st.
S. C. Campbell, of Kinards, is a fair
week visitor.?The State, 31st.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Bedenbaugh,
of Pomaria, are attending the fair.?
The State, 31st.
Mrs. R. Y. Leavell is in Atlan:a,
"visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harry
Mr. J. W. Smith, of Newberry, was
a Sunday visitor in the city.?Clinton
Mr. B. S. Dominick, of Rocky Mt., X.
C., is in the county visiting tor a rew
Miss Clara Bowers, of Chieora college,
spent the week-end in Newberry.
Mr. ana Mrs. J. "U. xuruer, or Columbia,
spent the week-end in Newberry.
Mrs. H. B. Wells, of Newberry, has
foeen the guest of Mrs. W. W. Fulmcr
the past week.?-The State, 2nd.
3fr. Jessie Derrick spent a few days
with relatives in Newberry last week.
?Ridge Road cor. Leesville News,
Mr. Jas. L. Aull, of the Columbia
State office, is in Newberry for "two or
three" days, that is, two or three days
frrim rhp time he landed?Saturday.
J. Burr Werts, of Silverstreet,
route 1, was in town one day this
week on business.?Saluda Standard,
E. 0. Meadows, of Whitmire, S.
C., is now fixing looms at the Union
mills.?Southern Textile Bulletin,
Mrs. J. D. Burns and little daughter,
Olive, of Newberry, are visiting Mrs.
gurus' sister, Mrs. Charles Thames, on
Harvin street.?Sumter Item, 31st.
Mrs. L. G. Livingstone, who was
operated on last year, recently has
, not been doing so well, and was returned
to the hospital in Columbia last
-wK-ek for another operation.
Mr. J. Calhoun Turner, a prominent
* ^ J
young rarmer 01 ureeuwuuu wuulj
nsar Ninety Six, spent a few days In
the city the past week with his brother,
Mr. S. J. Turner.
Mr. W. H. Hardeman, fifill vicepresident,
and Mr. J. Y. Jones, chairmarf
board of governors of the Southern
Textile association are in a fine
group last issue of the Southern Textile
Dr. I. E. Crimrn is in the city. This
announcement will be as it always is,
hailed with pleasure by many eiti.
? \TAr?'K/\Y?T%v f/-v TX-T% OriH /^nnntv
ZfllS U1 ncnuciij, IU " li aiiu ,
wh^re among a large class Dr. Crimm
is always a popular visitor.
Messrs. Allan Johnstone, Jr., and F.
W. Capplemann are associated with
others in Columbia in the preparation
and issuing of the Alumni Record, a
new publication launched last we k
from the University off South Carolina.
Mr. John Henry Sligh left Nashville,
Tenn.,. last week for Muskogee,
Okla., to take charge of the commercial
department of Draughon's college
there. Mr. Sligh, for the past summer,
has been instructor in Draughon's college
Mr. S. L. Porter smilingly came in
tae ldtt r part of last week from Swansea,
S. C\, on m brief visit to his rela Urre
-in pitv Hi<5 Unties at Swan
sea. or .'he climate of the place, or
both, mast agree with him, judging by
Mrs. Powell E. Way, Mrs. B. M.
Dennis, B. M. Dennis, N. T. Kogg and
W. C. Hipp were mentioned in Thursday's
Columbia Record under the
(heading, "More than a thousand enthusiasts
witnessed some exciting and
hair raising sports/'
Mr. Nat Gist got second at the State
fair for best brood mare and foal under
12 months old and second for
"best stallion under four years old. Mr.
J. H. Eddy, of Ninety Six, got first for
best mare and mule colt, under one
year old, South Carolina raised.
Miss Irene Webb, Mrs. J. H. West,
Miss Grace Wilbur, Mrs. Eugene Hitt
and Mrs. Smith, Mrs. W. D. Senn, Miss
13. Coleman, Mrs. J. A. Garvin and Miss
Mamie Garvin were among those re&
gistered at the Woman's rest room in
Columbia last week.,
Miss Annie- Calhoun Chapman, of
Anderson, was in Columbia yesterday
en route to see her sister, Mrs. E. D.
Pearce, of Newberry. Miss Chapman
was returning from Salisbury. X. C.,
where she had visited relatives.?The
Dr. J. W. Folk, of Jalapa (not pronounced
Warlapa as they would in
Mexico), and Mr. R. C. Perry, of
Ewart-Perryville, are on a duck and
deer hunt in Georgetown. Don't know
about ducks but for some Newberry
people it would be a "dear'' hunt?by
which is meant costly.
Mr. G. C. Smith, formerly of Collins
and Smith, left Saturday night for Birmingham.
He is to return to Newberry
when notified that his trial is ready
to b-:gin in the recorder's court and
he is expected to enlighten the jury
with his beer case that it is alleged he
is implicated in. J
! Mrs. E. R. Hipp, Miss Edna Hipp,
Dr. T. H. Wedeman, T. B. Richardson,
G. W. Harmon, Miss Mildred Evans,
Mrs. A. G. Wise, H. H. Evans, Mr. and
Mrs. G. F. Wearn, J. P. Martin and C.
H. M. Brown were among the Newber
ry town and county people registering
last week at the Columbia Record.
Mr. A. D. Hudson was elected president
of the South Carolina Berkshire
| association in Columbia last week during
ihe State fair. The right man in 1
the right place. The exhibit of Bei
shires this year is said to be the best
ever made in the State, over 100 be- j
ing exhibited last week, Mr. Hudson's
among the finest. I
Mrs. Aumerle Schumpert has is- !
sued invitations to a reception next
Wednesday auernoon in nonor or Mrs.
Walter H. Hunt of Newberry. It will
take place at the Jefferson hotel, from
5 to 6 o'clock, and will be one of
the prominent affairs of the week. Mrs.
Hunt will arrive Tuesday to visit
Mrs. James H. Mcintosh at her home
on Lady street.?The State, 2nd.
Mimnaugh has returned from his
second big trip to the Northern markets
and has in another fresh supply
of new goods, which it will pay you to
see before buying elsewhere. You
miss lots when you miss going to
Mimnaagh's. "Wiho trades with Mimnaugh
trades well, does well, could
do no better, not as well, elsewhere.
Mr. S. H. Lovell, of Bell Buckle,
Tenn., will arrive on the 15th instant
to take charge of the bookkeeping
department of the Newberry Business
college, to open on the 17th. He
comes well recommended having had
experience in teaching bookkeeping
in Tennessee. Mr. Lovell is a graduate
of Droughon's Business college. All
interested in bookkeeping or in any
other of the business courses will
please communicate with Mrs. H. 0.
Ray, manager of the Newberry Business
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The former janitor at the court
house, Mr. W. S. Mann, is back on his
job, Mr. Cromer Quitting the iob.
To save Turkey.?Headline in
Greenville Piedmont. Wait until after
Newberry was not represented at
the ball among the dancers mentioned.
Newberry misses many things.
The Calendar society will meet
luuibuaj aiiei IHJUU ai i u vuuciv. etc
the home of Mrs. John P. Fant.
The Spartanburg Journal speaks of
taters and possums and says Prosperity
was seen at the fair. Of course was
seen there and so was Newberry.
New words are sometimes coined,
and they manage to pass or serve tne
object aimed at, but occasionally a
new word is an accident here, and it
could scarcely be expected to pass.
How "accommodating'' got to "accommodacious"
is a mystery.
! Cnf T,, ^ J - n
skuua uaj xiuucnc uuuge let nut:
Shumpert issued marriage licenses to
two couples as follows: Mr. Ben J.
Woodward and Miss Sallie Slice, both ;
of Mollohon. Mr. B. J. Morris, of Pros- j
perity, and Miss Mary Lee Cotnev, of
After 21 days of close confinemnt
I since they were bitten the two fine
dogs belonging to Mr. Raymond Fellers
were muzzled and turned loose at
civ n'A1 AnV UlAn/lnir mA?.nin/v T
oia u tiuv/a. luvuuaj mv/i 111115, iui. r ci~
lers having discovered 110 sign of
1 rabies. He guarded them carefully j
and kept close watch for developments.
Are you among the many who have
i been calling at the victrola parlors of .
'LeRoy A. & M. M. Salter? If not come
I and brine Vour music lovinsr friends.
Demonstrations free?(both day and J
night. A VICTROLA is sure to be in !
! your home before Christmas. Ask !
those of your own town who have al- j
ready invested in the nicer victrolas, I
about the satisfaction and pleasure de- ,
rived from them. The VICTROLA. I
once heard, speaks for itself.?Adv.
A SEGRO KILLED. ^ J"J
He Refused to Gammble and Henry
Carter Shot Walter Cannon to
On Dr. Hentz place one night last x
week, because- Walter Cannon refused
to gamble Henry Carter shot him ;o
death. Carter is now ^ i0*1 awaiting
trial on the charge of murder.
The following is the testimony tak- I
en by rhe coroner at the inqu-st: 1
The State of South Carolina, County of
An inquisition, indented, taken a: to be
J. L. Crooks, place, township No. 11, gth, .
in the county and State aforesaid, the: turn
Sflfh Hav nf Ortnher Anrin T>nmfni ?..i
one thousand nine hunired and u- - a paj
teen, before F. M. Lindsay, coroner, ia(jie<
upon view of the body of Walter Can- speak
non, of Newberry county, then and "the
there bring dead, by the oaths of A. we ai
J. Myers, Wm. Roof, Phelix Roof, 0f ar
Charley Roof, J. D. Crooks, Bachman "qUai
Suber, W. S. Melton, J. L. Crooks,4 will I
Hasard Brown, J. F. Glymph, J. M. Pom
Felker, being a lawful jury of inquest, chanc
who being charged and sworn to en- eVery
quire, for the State of South Carolina^ jng S(
where and by what m:ans the said shoes
Walter Cannon came to his death, upon jng f
their oaths do say that the said Wal- }ace>
ter Canaon came to his death from a To
gun or pistol shot wound inflicted by. secon
the hands of Henry Carter on the 28th ^ions
day of October, 1913, from which gon j
wound he died on Wednesday, the eje<ra
30th, 1913. ?
And so the jurors aforesaid, ur^
their oaths aforesaid, do say that the OTlv~T
In witness whereof, I, F. M. Lind- Rob}r
say, Coroner aforesaid, and the jurors nQt 0
aforesaid, to this inquisition have set count
our hands and seals the day and year handj
aforesaid. ' . ?
J. L. Crooks, foreman; W. S. Melton,
B. M. Suber, iA. J. Meyers, J. F. Glymph, t< n
M. H. Brown, J. L. Fowler, J. M. Fel- "may
ker, Fela Ruff, Charley Ruff, W. J. E
Ruff, J. D. Ccooks. rur *
This is to certify that I this day one"3'
30th of October, 1913, viewed the dead
body of Walter Cannon, and upon xamination
certify that the said Wal- fnd' '
ter Cannon came to his
gun shot wound which penetrated tion (
abdomen of the said Wauer "*
E. 0. Hentz, M. D. j DAT
October 30th, 1913.
Newberry County, Oct. 30th, 1913. Sontt
ixeo. rTetman sworn; xxenry carter'
says you have got to gamble with
.me. Walter Cannon said it ain't no
need of trying to make him gamble, defea
and in that time he shot him, Wal:er here
Cannon. This happened about Tues- A
day night at Henry Carter s house. pjaye
There was no whiskey in the crowd, jiniar
nor no one seems to have had any. At . ^ ^
Dr. Hentz's place, under supervision
of Mr. Jim Felker. .. ~
George Freeman. war(j
Elbert Dawkins sworn: I was .at .
Henry Carter's house Tuesday night,
October 28th, 1913. Henry Carter,
Walter Cannon and George F>
were there in the yard gambling. 1111
George Freeman put down a nan-..
lar and Henry Carter put down a dol- rj'
lar, and George picked it all up. nesdc
Henry says put down my money. meni]
George says 1 have nc-: got >01 berry
ey. Henry says yes you is for I put ve*'ec
down a dollar. Henry said I must ^
*? 11 -rrn TT J T
nave my aonar. wnen xaenry saiu x
must have my dollar George Freeman ^Tr.
made a start towards Henry. W Re1
George made a start towards him, meml
Henry, there was a maul lying in the bly b
yard. Walter picked up the maul-, at A\
Henry started stepping backwards to- Wedn
ward the> house. When he got against to re
the house Walter was coming on him the fi
with the maul, and he, Henry, got dially
against the house. He shot one time.'
Elbert Dawkins says that there was
whiskey there and all four of us were an(j (
drinking?Oeorge Freeman, Henry piay .
Carter, Walter Cannon and . to an
bert Dawkins. George Freeman up w
brought the whiskey there and sold wjjj .
Henry Carter one pint for 50c. I, El- tones
bert Dawkins, had no side bet in the j)0]
gam.?', mat is an i auuw. vour
Elbert x Pawkins.
Ellen Carter sworn: George Free- 1 01
man sold Henry Carter one pint of been
whiskey in the house. I never saw ( pres?
no money pass. Henry asked George , with
would he sell him a pint of whiskey, much
He let him 'have it for 50c. Henry said ^rsall
right. George gave Henry the highl;
whiskey out of a pint bottle. I heard frient
a pistol fire-. It was Henry that shot the c
Walter with a pistol, for I saw the !
pistol in*the house. They were out i ge^
in the yard shooting dice. I heard jow ^
them fussing. When I opened the door ; man _
nobody was there but Walter Cannon.
Henry told me> he did the shooting.
This is all I know about it. T(
Ellen Carter. day,
If you are going to buy a piano, con- ja pro
sider the Steiff. J. D. Edens, State re- State'
presentative, Columbia, S. C., care of Miss
Gresham hotel.Adv. South
RACT1VE IhDEED ARE THE!
FRIZES OFFERED COf
"Kippendorr Shoes First Pris
ry Company.?Elegant Set of
Cups and Saucers to b
Robinson's Ten Ct
s Herald and New's contestants placec
get value received this week in It i
special prizes." The first prize turn"
awaraea on Saturday, .\ovemoer you
it noon to the young lady having young
ed in the greatest number of the ci
:riptions during the week will be a pos
r of Kippendorf Dittman & Co., weekl
5' shoes. The name of this shoe well
:s for itself, it is as renowned as aware
Knox hat" or "Elgin Butter" and Anj
1 know of these particular brands by ca
tides. This shoe is known for the cc
ity, fit and workmanship" and ' ry, S.
bs awarded by Messrs. Ewart & First
r, one of the most reputable mer
lise liouses in tne city wno handle
thing that is best. The lady be- Harris
o fortunate as to win this pair of Alice
may have hEr choice prices rang- Georg
rom $3.00 to $4.50, button, or Louisi
tan or black. Ruth
the contestant turning in the
d largest number of subscripr Effie I
will be awarded by "the Robin- Lil H
Five and Ten Cent stores," an
nt set of gold rim delicate cmna Lois I
and saucers, also a set of plates Delia
itch. This prize would appeal to Molly
le, and, we consider the lady who
them?"mighty lucky." The Elmin
tson Five and Ten cent stores are
nly known through Newberry
y but throughout the State, they ^am*
e everything from "a toothpick ?
house and lot." ^ss
order that all other contestants M}ss
not be left out in the cold" we
Qake the following "special offer." L0lnS
ivery club of fifteen subscribers,
ear each, old, nev/ or renewal, we
give 50,000 extra votes, so get Mary
and turn in "two or three clubs,"
*ven if you all cannot win a spec- Mrs. <
rize, you will have the satisfac>f
piling up your votes to be Vida
TDSON DOWNS NEWBERKY. sociat
i Carolinans 8how Up Well, How- the ]
ever.?Score 32 to 0. appea
ridson, N. C'., Nov. 1.?Davidson
ted the Newberry college eleven
this afternoon by a score of 32 to Rural
ihe game was a spirited contest ^
d in fast time. The South Caro
is, although playing intercollsg- ^lcai.v
'ootball for the first time, made
)d showing. They could not stop ^ t
'avidson. rushes, however, and the
team gained consistently by for- . A
McKinnon and Elliott ^
)avidson and McLain for New- '
starred. i. 0,
i ber 2
Death of a Boy. Hand
lie Derrick, the 13-year-old son of ,
roe Derrick, formerly of Newber- wjjj <
ieu at iiuiue ui v^uiuuium uu ncu- that t
iy afternoon, after an illness of
[lgitis, and was brought to Newon
2.48 train Thursday and con[
to Rosemont cemetery, service
l= Rev. Edw. Fulenwider. . *l
Picliardson at Avelelgh Church. qc^
7. D. W. Richardson, who is reaered
so pleasantly and profitay
many in Newberry, will sn Loan?
releigh Presbyterian church next 0ver^
tesday at 7.3U p. m. ?ie expects gon(^
.Lurn to his work in China about i
rst of January. The public is coi;- Flirnj
invited to hear him. I _ ,
ve you seen the pretty line of fall Curre
Christmas PHOTO goods on disit
L?Roy A. & M. M. Salter's Pho- silver
d Art Studio? They are always check
ith the latest. Call in, and you j
find just what you want in new ; rpot.
1't forget to put "PHOTOS" on xjndi\
list of Christmas gifts. Adv. ren
Gift to Rest Room. ; Due ti
lgressman Wyatt Aiken, who has
t o r
in Newberry for several days,
nted the Newberry rest room Time
a beautiful oak rocker, which is Cashi'
I p) 11 I g
appreciated by the manager, j
M. B. Evans. It will also be ;
v appreciated by the many j
3s of the rest room throughout
'orol clicrViilv hspH nianrvs at n I
? ? xirrj.
;gure. See J. D. Edens, The Steiff Cashi<
^ and f<
jaeher's and Patrons Meeting. dition
the association meeting on Satur- b??ks
November 1, in Newberry High
>1, the president, Mr. Holloway, Sw<
led. Mr. Ernest Anderson fit- this 1:
r spoke of the rural school as
ibiem, introducing one of the
s most earnest country workers, Correi
Marv Eva Hite, president of I
Carolina rural improvement, as- j
ITESTANTS THIS WEEK
:e Offered by Ewart-PerDaintv
e Awarded by
1 on the closing prizes.
s never too late to do "a good 1
so candidly speaking "if I were
I would nominate some nice
; lady, or married lady, to enter '
ntest, so that she would oe in
ition to win some of the liany
y prizes to be given away as j
as the elegant prizes to be
led at the close of the contest, i
r information will gladly be given j
lling on, writing to or phoning
>ntest manager, box 115, NewberC.
Count of Ballots in Prize Voting
et Adams 14,750
ia Reynolds 18,000
e Melton 21,000
.Newberry B. F. D. >'o. 1.
Newberry R F. D. 2.
Crumpton .i 1.. 5,000
a Long 29,000
siiyerstreet R. F. D. 3?o. 2.
^ Ofii 7 C;AA
C ULli . . ,UVV
Nance ' 14,500
Prosperity E. F. D. >0. 6.
e Counts. 19,750
Blairs E. F. D. So. 1.
Seo. W. Senn 38,500
Counts 20,000 i
ion, who addressed the assem
n "The Purposes ana nans 01
[mprovement Association." Her
.1 to ihe teachers was inspiring
he suggestions as to clubs, esly
local associations in each
1, helpful and practical. The fol.ers
of Newberry county
C*aUaa1 T v-v-i oc?e?A/>io_
OV/UUU1 luipiuccuitui, aoouv/invere
sleeted: Miss Bessie Kibler,
lent; Miss Iva Eaddy, vice presiMiss
Anna Dickert, secretary.
Kibler favored the audience with
rne by Brassin. Mr. Brown an
;ed that this county will celeclean-up-day
November 7, and
i teacher's institute will be held
beginning the night of Novemr
and continuing through Novem
3. Messrs. Swearingen, Tate and
and Misses Parrott and Gray
Lttend and help. Many teachers
?ladly visit Newberry friends at
e Condition 0/ Wm. Coleman &
, Bankers, located at Whitmire,
C., at the Close of Business,
ober 21st 1913.
; and discounts $129,712.20
rafts 1,005.48 j
3 and stocks owned by j
bank 105,000.00 I
ture and fixtures 600.00]
from banks and bank
ncy 2,509.00 |
and other minor coin 106.09
:s and cash items .... 84.95
'ided profits, less curt
exDenses and taxes
i $ 52,726.16 j
o banks and., bankers 6,427.27 |
idual deposits subject
:heck 108,601.79 j
certificates of deposit 20,623.75 :
W VUVVIkW . . ? ? - ,
tificates for money
-i ?OOQ rui oo
11. , .. ...... .. .. .. fiOO,V11.WK
E OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
intv of Newberry, ss.
ore me came W. R. Watson,
;r of the above named bank, who
duly sworn, says that the above
sregoing statement is a true conof
said bank, as 6hown by the
of said bank.
TXT X> Wotcnn
)rn to and subscribed before me
st day of November, 1913.
T. H. Watson,
ct Attest: . j
COTTOJf MARKET. J
(By. Robt. McC. Holmes). M
Good middlfner.. .. -- - 13U.
? " V
tby Summer Bros. Cj.)
Cotton seed 37 V2 5
Good middling 13%
Cotton seed 1.25
Little Mountain. j
Cotton seed 1.30
Good middling- .. ..13^
Cotton seed 40
Good middling 13&
Cotton seed 3C
riAA/1 mid/ninn- 101/
uvwu uuuuiuig ? ? ? Vi>7X
Cotton seed 36 1
Cliap j) ells. j
Good middling .. ..13% j
Cotton seed 1.41
Good middling 13%
Cotton seed 1.35
A ii r i *t
vnc ^enr a word. INo advertisement
taken for leea
than 25 cents.
IT WILL PAY YOU to come fifty miles
| to trade at the big family store of
| Copeland Bros.
POULTRY WAJ(TEDttHbm,' llcts.
per pound, roosters,, young, 7ct#.;
chicks, 14 cts. Highest , prices tor
eggs. Player & Graham.
G 1 o t-e
1 NO SURPRISE?It is no surprise that j
I Copeland Bros., has sold a carload of
shoes during October, as they sell $11 new
shoes, latest styles and prices
FOR SALE?One 15 H. P. Ajax engine,
One No. 1 Saw mill, one 9 H, P. '
f\r\& Poao onAttA Pooa
j vuv vuov uuv voou vu^oaawi
which I will sell for $1,500 049b.
All in good running shape. H. W.
Bowles, Whitmire, S. C.
UNDERWEAR?At Oopeland Bros.,
you will find what you are looking
for in underwear for all ages.
WANTED?several "hops weighty^ ,
a^out '00 to 125 pounds. See as l>ef~*-e
yon <snH any kind Qt cattle or
"nog~. The Cash Grocery, uJ. M. Lane
! r- ~o. Phone 110 or 212.
MEN'S CLOTHING?300 men's and
boys suits just arrived at Copeland
Bros., at prices that will please you. ~
FOR SALE?Fine bay mare. For fur|
ther particulars apply to J. E. Nor- :
; ward, Jr.
EXPRESS?Every express brings to
Copeland Bros., more ladies coats,
sweaters, neckwear, gloves, etc.
1 PAD CiTT np BPVT m.. 1/JW^
i vii o^IUJU uu ujuiix ? i lie xniAC
Werts place on Little River, No. 8
township; about a ten-horse farm.
! Residence, tenant houses and oth
I er ouiDuiiaings. uooa pasiure lor
! cattle and hogs. lApplvv to J. F*ed
Schumpert or Dr. J, M. Kibler, Newberry.
THERE HAS BEEN a great rush of
eager buying at Copeland Bros., during
\UW T,ATTNTIllV?All wapIt Is ahcuv
lutely guaranteed by us to give satisfaction.
Come and try us. We
work at the cheapest price. R. F.
C. New laudnry, 1106 Nance St.,
A CABNIYAL?It is a carnival within
itself to be in CoDeland Bros., big
i store, any day and see the crowds
that are being waited on?shoes,
shoes at Copeland Bros., you will
find them opening up another carload
WANTED?District manager with
ability to secure sub-agents for a
wonaeriui invention emuoujiug
new patented points, placing our '
Portable Gasoline Lamp on a par
with electricity. Agents coining
money. Allen-Sparks Gas Light Co.,
l'OU SHOULD VISIT the daylight
store of Copeland Bros., and be con
vmcea oy tne voiumne 01 ousmea*
they are doing and by the great
crowds that line their counters, that
it pays to have n^w goods and sell
them at reasonable prices. ^
Read the standing of contestants, f
In The Herald and News' prize voting ^
Go to Robinson's Five and Ten Cent
scores, their values are equal to "Kirby