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The Newberry Indians Saturday
night took the Columbia Y. M. C. A.
basketball team into camp by a score
of 33 to 21. The fast passing and excellent
team work of the home boys
seemed too much for the visitors,
who were lacking _ in coordination,
^though no mean foes individually.
The game on the whole was fast
and good, though it was marked by
a number of fouls on the part of tie
, ___ Newberry contingent.
Standing out from the background
of the Indians' fast work was the
splendid goal-shooting of Riser and
Derrick for the winners and their defense
of MacLean and Paschal. For
the losers Rhea's all round playing
was the feature.
Y. M. C. A. 21. Jteirberry 38.
Duncan RF Riser
Hardee LF Derrick
Rhea.... ....C Baker
Watkins. RG MacLea^
Whisnant LG s Paschal
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The next game on the local floor
will be staged next Friday night
when the Citadel tackles the Newberry
Indians. A good game may be expected
for both teams are in first
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The following left with the team
Monday morning for Greenwood,
where they play B. M. 1. Monday and
P. C. of S. C. at Clinton Tuesday:
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Hipp, Paschal, iMacLean, Reuken,
Brooks, Coacfc Thomas and Weimar, j
Mr. Chappell Convicted.
The liquor charge under which Mr.
m Milledge Q. Chappell was tried before
m Hecorder John W Earhardt on Friday
I afternoon, read "storing and keeping
for unlawful purposes.'' There was
no case against him for resisting ofa
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i for any other cause.
9 Under the above charge of violating
the dispensary law hp was tried
before the following jury: J. T. Mc rackin,'foreman;
W. J. Swittenberg,
L B. T. Bu2&ardt, W. W. Farrow, T. P.
k Jdhnson and Ernest Schirmpert, and
defended by Mr. 5. H. Blease.
fib jury convicted Mr. Chappell and
^^ecorded imposed a sentence of
!EW SPRING 51
t almost as rapidly
ango Br own, T err a
Wools and Crepes
?hey are new and in the
)opular shades, tfl QO
.?t Messaline, at 7 <PiwO
itono Some in Balkan style
HSCS made of White Golbluf^or
red, or plain 50c
s' Wash Suits and Misses
sses Your attention QOp
o our dresses for girls ^
ns in Ladies' fine all-wool
in the newest styles 9 QO
h up to $6.00, only 0%VO
No. 40. j
! ?75. The case was appealed to the
i Mr. Chappell claims the liq-uor was
; for personal use.
Since dues to the general U. D. C.
i snd the State division must be paid j
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j Dy fViarcn l, ine mem Ders ui tut? jui<%j- i
j ton Rutherford chapter are'requested
; to bring or to send their dues to the
j meeting at Mrs. J. West's on Tuesj
Mrs. R. D. Wrigfat.
The regular meeting of the Coun*
; ty Teachers' association will be held
in the Newberry high school auditorium
Saturday, February 7, at 11
o'clock. All teachers are requested^ to
be present as definite plans for field :
day will be given/
Willie Mae Wise,
News was received here on Saturday
night of the death of Mr. Sammie
A. West at Excelsior Springs, Mo. His
death was not unexpected as he has
been in failing health for some time.
Besides several brothers, among whom
are Mr. C. M. West and Mr. J. H.
West, of Newberry, he leaves a wife
C. L. Watkins of Newberry and J.
J. Welch of Carlisle were registered
at the Imperial yesterday?The State.
Special Trip to Dallas and >'ew Orleans
via Southern Railway.
The Southern railway has arranged 1
a special tour to Dallas, Texas, for
the Southe Carolina delegates and
others desiring to attend the sixth
National Corn exposition. The party
will leave on the Carolina Special
Monday, February 16, going via Asheviile,
Memphis and Little Rock, returning
via Houston, New Orleans,
^Montgomery and Atlanta, arriving
(home February 27. Day light trip
through Arkansas and Texas, spending
three and one-half days at Dallas
and Fort Worth; one day at
TTrmaton ar.d two davs at New Orleans
during the Mardi Gras.
Exceptionally low rates open to
everybody. For details apply to S. H.
McLean, District Passenger Agent,
Columbia, S. C.
as they arrive. Ear
Cotta, Purple, April
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Every day we add
to our stock; we si
call and look it ove
w nen you znmK. c
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Special to The Herald and News.
Clemson College, Feb 2.?Coach
Williams will be on hand next ?atur- ;
day. and will be here to witness all
olass foot ball games during the com.ng
week.* He will no doubt select
some of his material for varsity foot1
ball for next season. |
rPlin onnnol frwi-vt Vio 11 fiinnflr will Kf>- I
x uxiuuai iv/uu uaxi uiuuvi nm w i
given to last year's varsity men by !
Dr. Riggs sometime next week.
The senior Valentine dance will be
given on the night of the 13th of February.
This dance bids fair to be
quite an elaborate occasion. Ampie
preparations for decorations and i
music have been made.
The Y. M. C. A. cabinet has organized
a basket ball and base ball team
which adds quite a feature to this
organization. They expect to arrange
a schedule with some of the near-by |
Y. M. C. A.'6 and play some games
with them during the spring.
Yes, Did You Erer?
Did you ever see a cat fish??Gaffney
Ledger. Did you ever see a tur- !
key trot??Newberry Herald and '
News." Did you ever see a Bunny '
Hug??Greenville Piedmont. Did you !
Hypatia?-Did the younf collegian 1
express interest in the silar system? j
Muriel?He said he'd gotten no i
further than solar plexus.
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The Woman's Tonic II
FOR SALE AT ALL 0RU631STC I I
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>/ good clothes,
100 Piece Dii
100 Piece Dir
42 Piece Dir
White Cuds a
4 Quart Boile
8 Quart Buck
14 Quart Disl
And a large i
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Come in a
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hers arriving dailyhast.
Th& colors m
nd many liqhter sha
uniijuuuiu coiurs, stripes ai
good quality, the yard
One Case Wm. Anderson Ginj
wide, best quality, just rece
Sale of Waists acolcand
On a table in the center of th<
finrl 5m assortment of Waists.
styles, high neck and long sle<
and short sleeves. They are
$1.00 and $1.50, the price this
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iner Set. worth'S20.00. now
mer Set, worth 15.00, now
mer Set, now
md Saucers, set
Boiler, worth 50c, now
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prices as reasonable as quality j
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