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Hie Movements of Many People, New- ;
beriians, and Those >Vlio Visit
Mr. Holland Long was in the
o??,.,r.ri.-n- rrri.ii Pm;npr:rv Xo. 3.
oami ua< . . w,, .. . i
Mr. X. A. Nichols was in the city j
Mondav from Prosperity No. 2.
Mn. \V. C. Eishop. or Kinards. was in j
ilie cuy on Saturday.
Messrs John and Eelton Stockman,
of Prosperity No. 1. were in rhe city
Miss Annie Laurie Saber, teacher a:
Prosperity, spent the week-end at Mr. j
W. H. Lominick's.
Mrs. G. G. Sale and little daughter. j
Miss Blanche Sale, will spend their j
Christmas with relatives in Columbia. !
Eugene Teague has returned from j
a Ctoto i
3. SllOrt inp to uei i ?.? ;
Misses Banna Green and Sailie Bell
Buiorrf cpenc the week-end at Ooldville.
Mrs. T. B. Greneker, of Edgefield,
paid a pleasant visit from Saturday
afternoon to Tuesday morning with
relati'.es in Newberry.
Prof. Ernest Anderson, superintendent
of t:e city school, is spending his
Christmas vacation at Summit, Ga., his
iMrs. Jesse Boyd left yesterday afternoon
for Kinards, where she will
visit her mother, Mrs. D. Fannie I
Davis.?Spartanburg Kerala, 20th.
Miss I so. i ne Wvche, of Prosperity, is
the guest of Misses Josie and Kate
Thompson in. Hillcrest avenue.?The
Miss Gladys Chappell, from the
chapter in Edgefield, has been elected j
a delegate to the D. A. R. convention
Prof. Norris Pye-. of the Newberry
college faculty, spent several hours
here today with his uncle, Dr. E. L.
Norris, while on U.is way to Atlanta.?Greenwood
iTiss .Tannita Entinsr. c* Summer
land college is spending a few days I
with ter cousin, Miss Ccmsuelo Dent
in Senate street, before going to her
ihome at Newberry for the holidays.?
The Stat?, 20th.
. P. Barre, of the Xewberry bar,
delivered a very instructive address
before the Y. \i. 'C. A. body Sunday
afternoon on the subject of "Magnanimity
o Christ."?Xewberry college
cor. The State, 21st.
Th?? Carolina club was entertained
cn Wednesday afternoon in
ihe senior parlor by Miss Lillian Kibler,
of Xewberry, and Miss Mary
Posey, of Laurens.?Lync.':burg, Va.,
cor. The State, 21st, writing from
^ -i t t TX
uanaoipn-Aiacon wouu-us l-uucsc.
The : olio wing are among the number
to spend the Christmas holidays
in Newberry: Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Summer, of Jacksonville, Fla.; Mr.
and Mrs. T. C. Johnson," of Wadesboro,
X. C.; Miss .Agnes Summer, of Wyoming
seminary, Kingstree, Pa.; Julian
White and William Mayer, of Wofford
Fitting school; Alisses Margaret Davis,
Cornelia Mayer, Marian Jones, Rosalie
Summer, Margaret Mclnto^b, of the
C. F. W., Columbia; Miss Josie Pay singer,
from Branchville; Joe Norwood,
of Furman Fitting school; Miss Annie
Kibler, of Limestone college; Miss
Julia Kibler, from Bamberg; Miss Lillian
Kibler, frcm Lynchburg. Va.; Miss
Mary Frances Kibler, cf the G. F. C., |
Greenville. Mrs. Minnie Merchant and |
son, of Blackville.
VARIOUS AND ALL A BOLT,
Recorder Earhardt on Monday made
a negro ray $5 for street cursing.
"Spartacus" will be followed by
"Th-e Lion of Venice" next week af ihe
Hospital needed in each county.?
Headline in State of Monday. Speaking
for Newberry, you are right.
The Xewfoerry library will be open
Saturday afternoon 26th instead of
Friday which is the regular day.
"Zudora" the much talked of serial
picture will start at the Arcade Today.
There were some very fine pictures
shown at both the moving nicture
^bows last week.
Billie and Bunnie -Matthews in their
ringing and instrumental act at the
Opera House last week were clever.
Now it would be a good thing for
Newberry t have a large fund raised
for charity. Much help can be given
mere is ai least a mm 10 i ue
Xaked Truth."?Greenville Piedmont.
All of wljich is plainly visible.
iS'till, many a man lhas acquired a
college education without playing on j
a football team.?Anderson Mail.
Gov. Blease has granted a full pardon
to Mr. George W. Long, of Troy.
Mr. Long was paroled by the governor
some time ago.
The tuition in Mrs. Ra>'s business
s(' ooi is so low, owing to tne times,
that it is in keeping with ten cents i
One must not be impolite just because
someone else is. All were not
reared alike. T.iere is a differnc-e in
Probate Judge Sciiumpert issued a
marriage license 011 Friday to Mr. j
Herbert \\'\ Triblle and Miss Winnie j
Riggs, both of Mollohon.
Sees end of war in lack of money.?
Headline in daily paper. T> at is as j
good as anything else to end it, just1
so it ends.
Read "Zudora" The Thanhouser
=erial in The Herald and Xews everv
' -. . . ,
rriday and see it m pictures at the
Arcade the following Tuesday.
"The Million Dollar Mystery'" will
be sicwn at tv.e Arcade Wednesday.
This is tue 21st episode. Just two
On Friday, Christmas day "The Per
ils of Pauiine" will end. Be on hand i
to it. There will be a surprise for j
Miss Xellie Adams lias been appoint- j
ed one of the clerks of the engros-j
sing department during the session o?
the next legislature.
Mr. Kreps Jones says Lis store is
headquarters for Santa Claus. It is
old man Santa's downtown headquarters,
for it looks mighty inviting in
r h oro
tlLe Harrisons in trick cycling will!
fill the vaudeville bill at the Opera
House this week. They have a little
girl trick cyclist, which no doubt will j
be a drawing card.
Mrs. J. W. M. Simmons, of New- j
berrv and .Miss Sara).: Simmois, of i
Wmthrop coilege, will be the guests or j
A:rs. Rivers Stone during the holidays. )
?ISpartanburg Journal. 17th.
My, how the children do enjoy tC:e:
moving picture shows, especially on
free days when they pack the house, j
It is worth while going there to see
the big crowd of the little ones.
It pays to be polite, but we don't
think it is quite necessary to bow
when you go to milk a cow.?Anderson
Mail. Now you saw what tr.e little
bov said as Quoted in our last issue.
It is so strange tfcat in a family of
sisters seme are so sour while others
are so sweet. Seems like they all
should be sweet.
It appears that there is some life in
the land yet when the Opera House
and the Arcade are both- crowded day
and nigat, as they are sometimes during
The State health officer reports 6,000
cases of typhoid fever in the State
from January to December la^t year. |
Of that numiber 18 were reportea from
Tomorrow afternoon at one
o'clock Maggie Mabel Fellers, of New
berry, and Mr. Wtai. Van Anderson, o"'
Greenwood, will be married at the residence
of Mr. and ;Mrs. Jno. W. Kibler.
On the fourth Sunday in December
the Rev. D. P. Boyd will preach at
Xeiw Hope in the morning at 11 o'clockami
at Mt. Pleasant, in the afternoon
at 3: SO.
Eir.ic.1 to "Quo Vydis," "The Last
Days of Pompeiii," "C'eopatra,"
Spartac :s." a^* cheaper to r.ce, with
7,000 people in it at the Opera House
this afternoon and tonight.
In Anderson, on the afternoon of the
24?h. instant Miss Mary Euphemia
Jackson, of Anderson, and Mr. Lillius
E. Schumpert, formerly of Xewberrv,
will be married at the residence of the
bride's parents. j
A boiler has been installed by Mr.
J. J. Eargle in the steam laundry operated
by the d.'.inaman whose surname
is Sam, and Mr. Sam is prepared
to do good work on Friday and every
other day o the working week.
The J. T. Mayes & Co., of Newberry,
was commissioned with an authorized
capital of $10,000 to engage in a
general mercantile business. The petitioners
ifor charter are J. T. Mayes
and n T Qiimmor
Dr. Sears in the course of his address,
paid high tribute to President
Wilson and William Jennings Bryan.
?Monday's State reporting address by
Rev. Dr. Sears before the Columbia
Y. M. C. A. Dr. Sears has made himself
solid with "us."
Supt. George D. Brown is constantly
adding to the equipment of his schools
in Newberry county, by purchase of
new furniture and appliances. He
has recently purchased desks and
blackboards for a few of his best
scnools.?Southern Sdnool .News <or
it by filling the Opera House on Wednesday
afternoon and night, when
Manager Wells will divide the entire
proceeds between the rest room and
the associated charities of the city.
He has invited tfte Bachelor Maids to
take charge of the house on ?hese occasions.
It's not insomnia keeping so many
congressmen awake at night, but wor- j
rying over how to vote on prohibition :
and woman's suffrage. You'd worry
too. if you were up against that j
propo-sition.? Greenville Piedmont.
Tnat is what lots of people are say-j
. Tv:e last issue of the Our Monthly
acknowledges the following for the
Thornwell orphanage: 1 box and I
bbl of groceries and clothing from L.
A. S. Aveleigh Presbyterian church, j
Xewberry, S. C. 1 bale cloth, G. L. '
Manufacturing Co., \V;:atmire, -S. C.
Benevnlent society Aveleigh, Xewberry
"Like a letter from home," is what
Mi. M. C. Koon. of Wareshoals, said
ir renewing his subscription, \fhen a
man tells us that re or his wife or j
children "can't do without 'Re Her- j
aid and News'' it does us good these '
hard times of .oreign war and domestic
A bright little girl in Xewberry told
her father that he wouid na.e to oring;
his pistol to the house (the otr.er night
as Le had left it in the store) "because,"
she said, "tramps is wusser
than war." Even the little children
are hearing about the war and the
Gen. R. E. Lee's birthday will be
observed on January 19th, at the high |
school zuilding under the auspices of j
the Daughters of the Confederacy.
Crosses of >.:onor will be bestowed upon
veterans, and Rev. Edw. Fullenwider
will make the address. The programme
will be published later.
"The Idler" has a special invitation
to see "S'partacus/' which he will j
find to be historical and educational |
as well as spectacular, says one who I
knows what she is talking about. The J
manager o- the Opera House told the
reporter to ask tie editor to tell "The
Idler" that he would be given a free
ticket i: he will let the management
know wi:ere to leave it.
The superintendent of Connie Maxwell
orphanage ,in his report of farm
produce for last year, mentions the
raising of 496 pumpkins. Some pump- J
kins. They must like pie up there. In J
the last report from til:e institution
we ?.ind the ^ following acknowledgments:
First S. S. Newberry $22.75,
Bush River S. S. $4i30, W. M. S. Newberry
1 pkg clothing, W. M. S. Bush
River 1 outfit and 2 waists, Mrs. E. H.
Leslie and T. 0. Stewart 1 box clothing.
Among the interesting visitors to
t?is community during the holidays
will be Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Nabers,
o Prosperity, who will spend a few
days with the latter's father, Mr. J.
D. Whitesides. Mr. Xabers is pastor
of the Associated Reform church
of Prosperity and a lecturer of more |
than State-wide note. He has lived j
in the East several years, having
taught English in the American College
at Cairo, Egypt. In one of fcis
lecturers, "The Land of Sacred Story,''
?!:e uses 60 steropticon slides made
from photogarphs which he topk during
his sojourn in Egypt.?(Sharon cor. ;
York News, 17th.
COUNTY ORGANIZER ANSWER
As To D/str/font/on or Award of Pr/zes
by School Improvement Assoczatzon.
The Herald and News: Is the report
of the county organizer of rural
scnools to the State Rural School Improvement
association a public document?
If so, please secure a copy and
County Orgun/zer's Answer.
The decision of the executive committee
of the South 'Carolina School j
Improvement association rendered in j
Columbia. December 19, 1914, was based
entirely on applications filled out
by each school, c.'ean-up day score
cards, and pictures. The organizer
from Newberry county expected to
give a verbal report but no report of
any kind was given; so there is no report
Newberry County Organizer School
Knights of Pythias.
The following are the newly elected
officers of Xewberry lodge, Xo. 75, K.
C. C.?R. H. Swittenberg.
"V. C.?J. B. O'Neal Holloway.
P.?J. W. "White.
K. of R. & S.?-C. A. Bowman.
;M. of F.?W. F. Ewart.
M. of E.?<W. A. McSwain.
iM. A.?S. J. Derrick.
M. of A.?)W'. S. Mann.
I. G.?Geo. C. Hipp.
Engrav/ng, Witch, Clock and jewelry
repairing done promptly by E. E. j
Williamson at Newberry Drug Store. !
Kansas City Journal. ,
"I say, old top."
"How would you like to take a
"THE OXFORD AFFAIIP
Comedy lit Three Acts to He Present-1
e<I In Prosperity Town Hall
"The Oxford Affair," a comedy in
three acts, will be presented in the
Prosperity town hall Tuesday evenDecember
2Jt. at 8 o'clock by mem- i
? ' " I
bers of the Young Peoples society. Admission
10 and 20 cents.
The action of the play is located at j
a summer resort. Alice Graham in or-1
der to chaperon herself poses as a |
widow, and Miss Oxford first claims j
her as a sister-in-law t) en denounces J
her. 1 lie enormous duties of Miss j
Oxford, acting as chaperon to Miss ,
Howe and Miss Ashton in the face of
iriny obstacles, furnish an evening or rare
The following is the cast of charac-l
fore - |
. . I
Mrs. Jack Oxford?Miss Ehzabetn J
Miss Margaret Oxford?-Miss Isoline
Dorothy Howe?Miss Mary Lizzie
Phyllis Asbton?Miss Caro Wyche. i
'Mrs. Zacharia.'.: Barnstable.?Miss
Miss Sophoria Price?Miss Willie ;
Maids: Ellen?Mrs. Carrie McWal- j
Mary?-Miss Ellen Werts.
>'egro K/lled in Gin.
Xed Kennerly was killed last iF'riday
on Mrs. E. Snowden Dominick's place
near Chappells. He was fireman at
tr..,e engine and while working at the
machinery the band came off. In at- j
tempting to put the band back on his !
sleeve was caught by a set screw and j
lie \yas whirled around several times 1
and killed, one arm being torn off
and nearly every bone in his body f
broken, everything except his shoes |
being stripped off. Coroner Lindsay j
investigated the case, but held no in- i
quest, being satisfied that the death >
was purely accidental. Mr. Dominick j
stopped the machinery as quickly as
possible. He witnessed it, seeing when
the negroes arm was caught, and hurried
to stap the works, but he was
powerless to avoid the fatal ending.
DENIES GERMAN CLAIM
Admiralty Reports No Br/tish Vessels
London, Dec. 19.?The admiralty ;
has issued a statement denying that j
any British warships were lost during
the recnt raid by a German squadron
on the coast of England. The statement
adds that all German assertions
to the contrary are untrue.
That the British destroyer Hardywas
among the warships which engaged
the German squadron that raid
ed the easct coast of England last
Wednesdy was disclosed by an admiralty
casualty list issued tonigf.it.
The list sfrows that two men were
killed and 15 wounded aboard the
Cla/ms Two Vict/ms.
London, Dec. 18.^An Amsterdam
dispatch to Reuters Telegram com-;
pany contains a German official state
ment which claims chat some a' the |
British destroyers that attacked the;
German raiding squadron off the Brit-:
ish coast were sunk. The communication
"TT.:e retreating cruisers were at? j
tacked by four British destroyers, one '
of wlbich was sunk. Another disappeared
badly damaged. At another,
point another English destroyer was
Fun With Famous Folks.
"What rain did James Montgomery
"TTTL.i 1--_ -3 ~ ..? c:~U An.tnkl I
W liai K111US Ul 11611 i?cic tauguv |
by Harrison Fister?
"What did John eat besides Oxenham?
"What made Stewart Edward
"Who taught Ed. Howe?"
Well, for that matter?
Why is Samuel G. Blythe?
What made H. Rider Haggard and
What is the best hand that Anna
IWhat gave Tasker H. Bliss?
W.:o knows how high Penrose?
Why did George Barr MdCutchen?
'To bring it closer nome:
Why did Harold Booker?
What started Cononel Aftermath?
What did W. W. Smoak?
Why did Ed. DeCamp?
Where is it that Billy Banks?
What made IW. w. Ball?
Wl':at was Tom Waring?
Wherein is Miss -Juanita Wylie?
Who gave Elbert Anil?
What does Derieux?
Who did up G. P. Browne?
NEWBERRY GRADED SCHOOL
Roll of Honor of the Var/ous Schools*
for the First Term?Average
Ninety or Better.
Newberry H erh School.
Tenth grade?Rut-: Digby 97, Kathrvn
Harms 96, Henrv Rikard 96, Vianie
Xinth grade?Bet?' a Gallman 97, |
Anie Kinard 97, .Jac k Dunstan 97, Ro-!
berta Lominick 94. John Floyd 94.!
.Joe Vigodsky 93. Ruth Wilson 92. j
Thomas Paysinger 90, George Rodelsperger
Eighth grade?Robert Mann 95. Emily
Hoof 9"). Azile Parr 94, Xancy Fox ;
93, Clyde Ward 92, Anna Kathervn :
Kennerly 91, Frances Houseal 91,.
Ruth Schumpert 90. Mary Frances '
Cannon 90, Fred Hayes 90, fClyde Harris
Boundary Street School.
Seventh grade?Daggett X or wood 93,j
May Tarrant 93, Mildred Purcell 93, <
Robert Schumpert 92. .Mary Klettner (
91, Callie Bovd 91, Ellis Williamson j
Sixth grade?Mary Frances Jones
95, Fredna Schumpert 95, Clark Floyd
94, Frances Jones 94, Alliene Dunn j
94, Ruth Koon 92, Mildred Hayne Mc-j
Graw 90, Herman Dickert 90.
Fiftvi grade?Everett Hipp 95, Harold
Hipp 94, John O'^appell 93, Henry
Lominick 91, Elizabeth Kinard 90,
Mildred Werts 90.
Fourth grade?-Maude Hamilton 96,
Wright Cannon 9G, Martha Lathan 95,
Buford Cromer 94. Garland ;Taylor 94,
Wade Hamilton 93, Margaret Kinard
92, John Epps 91, William Matthews
91, T. W. Smith 91, 'Alice Thompson
Third grade?George Fullenwider
93, Mildred Livingston 92, Lula May
Fellers 92, iSamuel Matthews 92, Pauline
Boozer 91, Albert Boyd 91, Maxie
Second grade?Irene Hamilton 96,
George Martin 96, Ruth Long 95, Leland
Summer 95, Annie Lee Glenn 95,
Sarah Lyles 94, Elizabeth Mc<Fall 94,
Ralph Hardeman 94, Coke Smitlh< Dickert
94, Carolyn Tarrant 93, Hope Wilson
93, SaraJi May Pitts 93, Frank Devore
93, Henry Adams 93, Beatrice
Graham 91, Oku Harmon 91, Paul Anderson
90, Elizabeth White 90.
First grade?Nannie Laurie Boozer,
Harold Newnham, Mary Alice Hipp.!
Minnie Morris, Paul Denning, J. D.
Hornsby, Fester Martin, Mamie Boozer,
Alden Mims, Edward iStuartiSchumpart,
J. C. Suber, Harry Thomas Summer,
Cyril Hutchinson, Marcus Caldwell,
Frank Adams. Evelyn McGraw.
Helen Davis, Mary Schumpert McClure,
Kate Bullo'ck, 'White Bullock, j
Spers Street School.
Seventh grade?^'arguerittee Wertz,
Abbie Gaillard, Susie Maude Wilson
Edwin Setzler, Sue Ella Peterson.
Sixth grade?Janie Dell Paysinger,
Mary Alice Suber, Aubrey Tilley, I
Samuel Beam, Annie Mae Bedenbaugh,
Irwin Leavell, Una Melton, lroy uoree,
Marie Woodward, Fred Thomas,
Richard Julien, iMary Ellen Lake.
Fjth grade?William McSwain 96,
Furman Reagin 96, Welch Wilbur 96,
Blanche Sale 94, Hilda Sample 94,
Edit;':- Wilson 92. Flemmer Jones 9i,
Nellie Lake 91, Emory Bowman 90,
Ada Livingston 90, Lillie Woodward
Fourth grade?Herbert McTeer,
Caroline Weeks, Hubert Setzler, Cortez
Sanders, Troxelle Wright, Elizabeth
Harms, William Eddy, Griffin
Williams, Leland Wilson, Julia Melton,
Oscar Melton, James Dunstan, Lucile
Third grade?Bennetta Buzhardt,
Margaret Farrow, Edna Sanders,
Glayds Havird, J. W. Earhardt,
Janette Harmon, Ethel Riser, Mildred
Perry, Ella Bowman, Juanita Hitt,
Tom Hitt, Tom Sligh, James Nobles.
Second grade??E-dna Jacobs, Effie
First graae?Thomas Spearman,
Gladys Williams, Mildred Jones, Sarah
Koon, John Hubert Boozer, Lila Holsonback,
Ernestine .Melton, Charles
Tidwell, John Siwittenberg, Paulin-2
West End School.
'Fourth grade?Willie Mae Culbertson,
Ti'r.ird grade?Annie Lou Connelly,
Clara Hart-sell, Bertie Inabinet, Ernest
iSecond grade?Zack Franklin, Vera
Caldiwell, Jame.- Lindsay, Mary Hayes,
James Evans, Clarence Franklin.
First grade?Grace Bobb, Gladys
Brenan, Brunei) Carter, Louise Danielson,
A-lie M. Haselden, Claudie M.
Hiller, Ruby Kinard, Myrtle Outz,
Sallie Roten. Violet Thompkins,
Ewell Culbertson. James Fulmer, Walter
Fulmer, Rufus Griffin, Oiin Layton,
Heber Turner, Heber Rister.
At The Postoffico.
The rural carriers will make their
rounds as usual 0:1 Christmas day. delivering
presents. The postoffice will
keep open .rom 9 to' 11:30 a. m.
? - - '?ar
SCHOOL IMPKOVETV?XT v^||pi
W.n> Two Pr/zes in the South
School Improvement Assoc/h- - "
T.ie Slate executive committee of !|||i
S. C. School Improvement association. W;|jp
mot :n L'oiumDia uecemDer, is -i?
award prizes to the 43 schools ' >
in the Slate making the greatest
inipro .ement from October ?j|||
1, 1913 to December 1, 1914. R|||
In Newberry county Hunter-DeWalt.
Saiucla. St. Lukes, Smyrna, and Whee- B)|||
land entered the contest with equal A|J||
chances. The prizes went to the
lowing counties: '
Barnwell, one; Calhoun, one;.
ter, one: Chesterfield, onei CoUeton^^^nH
one: Darlington, two; Dorchester, flf
two: Dillon, two; Anderson, two;^ S
Clarendon. one; Laurens. two;
Orangeburg, two; Spartanburg, one; jiiff
Oconee, one; Kershaw, two; Fairfield, ; |
one; Greenville, two; Abbeville, one; '.i
Lancaster, one; Edgefield, one; Green- ;|jj|
wood, one; Lexington, two; Lee, one; - j'
Richland, one; Pickens, two; George- |
town, one; Williams,burg, one; Sum- ;|j
ter, one; Horry, one; York, one;
Saluda, one; and Newberry two.
The committee voted that the past -j
and present condition of community
interest and development warranted
St. Lukes a second prize of $25 and
Hunter-DeWalt a first prize of a $100
ventilating li eater. ^Persons interested ?
in jacketing a stave can get a black
smith to use the Hunter-DeWalt stove
as model. We congratulate the proud [
winners and good losers.
Member S. C. School Imp. Ass'n Ex. |
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days ?
Your druggist will refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching,
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.
The first application gives Ease and Rest. 50c.
ONE CENT A WORD. >0 ADVERTISEMENT
TAKEN FOR LESS
THAN 25 CENTS. f .
The Newberry Business School will
close on Thursday, December 24, co j
be reopened on the first Monday in |
January. All students wishing to I
onrrVIl will PAmmiinicAtP with* Mrs. I
H. 0. Ray, manager. . j
Wanted?Dry cleaning dying and accordion?
:plaiting to do. Short
glovies cleaned 15c long ones 25c. J
Mrs. J. B. Walton. ?
Sale o; Personal Property?On Wednesday,
December 30, 1914, at my
residence in Xo. 6 township, begin- !
ning at 11 o'clock I will sell at public
auction to the' highest b.'dder A
therefor the -following personal -J|
property: Household and kitchen
furniture, mules, horses and plan- fl|
tation supplies, corn fodder and hay. ml
Terrrn X P. Johnson. a. I
*Roof/ng:" Get our prices on V Crimp ^
roofing before you buy. Purcell &
Scott. N , , |
S/uger Machines old and new in stock
for immediate delivery. We keep
i parts and oils 'for same in stock. J. ^
| H. Baxter. <m
, Special from now until Christmas 50c
window shades with deep lace trimmings
for 25c. Robinson's Ten Cent
I For Rent For 1915?Six room residence
and garden in Helena. Near ; J
enough for persons who work in J
Newberry or Oakland mills. Persons ^
residing there can send ttoeir chil- ~
dren free to Newberry city scfaoekL
Possession given Christmas. Ap- f
ply to M. M. Buford, Newberry.
Special from now until Christmas IGc
towels for 5c. Robinson's Ten Cent
DB. TOore M. beuwn, ~
National Bk Bid?, Newberry, & C.
Every Day from now until Christmas
?We will sell dishes and everything
for the kitchen at about cost.
Ritbinson's 10 Cent Store.
Southern Grown Rye $1.15 per bushel.
Every Day from now untrt Christmas
?We will sell dishes and everything
for the- kitchen at about cost. -?2
Riibinson's 10 Cent Store.
' ^ ~ ? VaIAll ara napo.
J.TPS jJiiSS .lWlUX All JJCl SUUO a.1 t uvi v.
by notified tin at no trespassing will
be permitted, either by hunting or
, otherwise, on any of the lands of
the undersigned. Jalapa (Mercantile
Co.. S. B. Aull.