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Entered at the Postoffice at NewBerry,
S. C., as 2nd class matter,
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Tuesday, January 12, 1915.
Cotton has sx>ne up to 8 cents. That
is mot such a terrible low price. But
it is going higher.
Read President Wilson's address
printed in another column. It will
worth your while and will do you
good and make you feel better.
We take up considerable space in
the publication of President Wilson's
speech at Indianapolis, but it is worth
it. The speech is good reading and
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doing and have done. Head it.
The continued rains have kept a
great many people from sowing all the
"\vlheat they intended. lA, great many
people intended to sow more wheat in
November. It has been too wet to plow
since about the middle of November.
Ttoe land might be put in spring oats.
Now is the time to drag the roads.
Shape them while the dirt is soft and
then it will be easy to keen them
That's good advice. Keep it up and
get the supervisors and the people interested
and we will get some roads.
The legislature convenes today. Mr.
James A. Hoyt will he elected speaker
with opposition. There are eight
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ing clerk and two for sergeant at i
The inauguration of the new governor
will take place next Tuesday. J
(President Wilson in his most excellent
speech at Indianapolis says
that conditions about which we hear 1
so much are mostly a state of raina. ]
it may be a "state of mind" with men 1
who have large bank accounts and '
large salaries but to a great many of
us it is a very strong and irrepressible
"state of fact."
If you haven't a road drag, make
you one and put the road in better
condition through your farm. Everybody
will like you better if you keep
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cue roau suiuum uy your pia.ce.?rase
We don't know about that, but you
will certainly think more of yourself J
if you have a good road by your premises.
Old Col. S. L. Drag is a great
mellow if only given the opportunity.
The Newberry Herald and News
says it has no advice to offer the
legislature. Come, come, don't take
last summer's results so seriously.? ]
"Pi pHrn nn +
What 'happened last summer? Real- 2
.y, we have forgotten about last summer.
Why not put your mind to work
on the things of the present and look (
to the future? J
The editor regrets that he was not ?
able to attend the Christmas exer- t
cises which were held at Garmany 1
sc&ool because he wanted to be there 1
and then he has learned and has
actual eviaence tiiat mis is one place ^
where he was remembered by Santa z
Claus. He appreciates the remem- 1
trance more than he can say and *
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promises some time soon to visit this
school and meet all of them per- ^
The first quarterly conference will
be held at Whitmire church on Jannary
21, at 11 o'clock. 5
All officials requested to attend. J
The first regular stewards meeting "
will be here at this time also.
j. jfl. may,
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3 of 6 doses 636 Ire;;:
nv.y case of Chills & Fever, Co! J j
:'Z LaGrippe; it acts or, the live:
i better than Calomel snci dees ds'
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r jripe or sicken. rnce^oc,
Vvill cure your RLeu_-iL.iL n
neuralgia, Headaches; Cramps
Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts anc
Bums, Old Sores, Stings c; Inss c
Etc. Aatiseptic Anodyiir, used ir;
ternally and esternally. Price f ,"c .1
STATE Ov SOUTH CAROLINA.
By His Excellency, Coleman Livingston
Bl?ase, the (iOTernor of the
State of Sonth Carolina, to All and
Singular Judges, Sheriffs, Constables
and Other Officers of Justice in
the SiiM State.
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WHEREAiS, I, COLEMAN LIVINGSTON
BLEASE, The Governor of the
State of South Carolina, by virtue of j
the power and authority vested in me j
by the Constitution and laws of the j
State of South Carolina, have heretofore
granted certain paroles to certain
persons, at various and divers
times during tiae years one thousand j
nine hundred and eleven, one tnou- j
sand nine hundred and twelve, one j
thousand nine hundred and thirteen,
and one thousand nine hundred and
fourteen, upon the condition, "DURING
GOOD BEHAVIOR," as will be
fully shown by reference to the
records in the office of the Governor
of the State of South Carolina and iju
the office of the Secretary of State of
the State of South Carolina, which
said records will specifically give and
show the name, or names, of the person
or persons so paroled, the county
iii which he, she or were convicted,
the term of court, the presiding
Judge thereof, the name or names
of said person or persons, of what
offensive convicted, and to what term
sentenced, in each and every individual
[NOW, KNOW YE, (That for divers
good causes and considerations me
hereunto moving, I have thought fit
to PAKDON and by tfnese presents do
grant a PARDON to each and every j
person or persons so paroled by me
during my term of office as the Governor
of the State of South Carolina,
during the years one thousand nine
hundred and eleven, one thousand
nine hundred and twelve, one thou-!
sand nine hundred and thirteen, and \
one thousand nine hundred and four-!
This pardon is intended to apply
and is granted only to such person
Dr persons whose parole or paroles ;
contain one condition?"DURING j
GOOD BEHAVIOR," and does not,!
uor is it intended to grant full pardon !
hn ?r?v nerson or nersons; v;liO have I
been paroled under any other condition
GMDVEN under my hand and TOe Great
Seal of the State o* South Carolina,
in Columbia, this Ninth day of January
in the year of our Lord one
thousand nine hundred and fifteen
and in the one hundred and thirl/ninth
year of the Independence of
the United States of America.
30LE!M!AN LIVIXSTOX BLEASE, 1
Ihe Governor of the State of South
By the Governor: j
( Signed) R. M. 'TcCOiWtV,
Secretary of State.
\ DEWBERRY MAN'S EXPERIENCE
Results Tell The Taleu
Caa you doubt the evidence of this
You can verify Newberry endorsement.
F. W. Higgins, surveyor and civil
engineer, 1130 Hunt St., Newberry,
jays: "My kidneys were so weak
;hat I couldn't control the kidney I
;o/->r?>Hr?ne T alien rainc in t>hfi I
>mall ;>f my back and right side. The
rouble seemed to be in my right kidley
and I had pains through that
egion all the time. My feet were tenier
and sore and I could hardly walk.
[ suffered in that way for about two
'ears, when I got Doan's Kidney Pills
it Gilder & Weeks' Drug store and
Degan taking them. The first box
lelped me and several boxes did me
i world of good."
i^Price 50c at all dealers. Don't simply
ask for a kidney remedy?get
Doan's Kidney Pills?the same that:
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Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
OoJy On? "BROMO QUININE1*
ro get the genuine, call for full name, LAXAriVK
BROMO QUININE. Look for signature of
J. W. GROVE. Cares a Ccld in One Day. Stops
UDUgh and headache, and works off cold. 25c
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Should Have Their
Examined before bei::g taxed by
study. Defects may be remedied
then that if Lft alone may cause
much distress in after years.
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Office above Anderson's Dry
1304 Main Street
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Gowns, Drawers and Sk
Combinations, Teddy Bears, Co
Jfnncess Slips and others.
Nainsook, Lingerie and 0
Nainsook sale, 25 pieces regula
ity bolt, for bolt
"Quaker Spun" Nainsook, v<
fine, $2.50 quality, the bolt
25c quality Nainsook, same ]
wide, per yard
Lingerie Batiste, 46 inc yd
Lingerie Batiste, 38 ine yd
Mercerized Batiste, 46 inc yd ..
Mercerized Batiste, 40 inc, yc
Mercerized Batiste, 40 inc, yd _
Big saving, see us first.
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Large luriusn ioweu
For this occasion at each
500 Pillow Cases, Wednesday
100 Bolts En
sale, for the hoi
ftnlei at* focac
45x72, ready for use, only eacl
Table Linen and Dama:
60 in white Table Damask, was 2
56 in white Table Damask, was 5
64 in white Table Damask, was 71
68 in white Table Damask, was 8
66 in white Table Linen, was $1.
72 in whiteTable Linen, was $2.0
72 in white Table linen, was $2.2!
All napkins reduced to about o
5,000 yards Laces, fine Vals, I
Torchon Laces, Edges and Ins<
cially for this sale, yard...
Sale starts Wednesday 10 a. m
Table Covers and Scar
Big showing of Table Covers,
trimming, very pretty, each only.
Corset Covers at Half F
Corset Covers of Nainsook,
trimmed, regular 50c quality at <
Be sure you see us
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1304 MAIN STREET.
Caldwell & Haltiwange
iters Filled Same Day a
n and Whit
n. 13 and Conl
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i reuu curejuuy c
> and stay all day
irset Covers, Choice r
soft, fine r
there. 12 doze
,r$3.00qual- Bed Sheet
$2 28 Limit 6
2ry soft and ?
$1.89 50 bolts
brand, 40 in Cloth, wor
19c I ?nly bolt...
? 24c T
j 16 2.3 sale on,-y y
? 19c AD
90 inch ]
5C All Line
at each 9c, Regular!
$1.00 sale for yd
le of Lon
SV JLIV/I V/fV/VI
i _ 39c Big win
^ quality Ca
'5c, now 19c
Oc, now 35c Made o:
5c, now 39c closed styl
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15c, now 59c in 111118 saie
00, now 69c
>0, now $1.29 ~
- d ac\ Combine
5, now 51.49 , p
me half their * '
jinen Laces, Several 1
-rtions espe- ers, open a
? 5c only
fie 25 only,
heavy lace Note?i
25 doz a
beautifully only pair_?
jach 25c 3 pairs for
this IVliifp f^fi
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ANUARY 13th. and C<
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o- W ear, Dry Lsoods and
F. M. EWART, MANAGER.
? ^04 Main Street j ^
[iiiues All Month
if the savings, then 11 **
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and $|1.25 Gowns for 89c.
iew Gowins, fresh from their tissue ;j
slip over Nstyles,round neck, made of * ;
iainsook,'beautifully trimmed, 89c ;
n of thfe fancy "Beacon" 72 x 90 ; ^ j
? for I
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laby's Choice Diaper Cloth f
i "Baby's Choice" sanitary Diaper
th $1.0Q bolt, special this month *
I 74c ! U
White Lawn 5c. ,J
heer, 10c quality, special for this
Linen/By the Yard Redaced
Linen Sheeting, $1.00 quality now
n Waisting, yd wide, only yd~.._98c
n Waisting, yd wide, only yd.....74c
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[y 75c, $ 1.00 and $ 1.25 a yard, this
j- 49c, 89c, 98c |
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?-:?: i n
fi, thrown in this I , J
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Misses' Drawers 10c ||H
dow of Misses' Drawers of good
mbric, at each, pair 10c |l|w
ladies' Drawsrs 25c 1 Jltl
f good quality Cambric, open or
__ 3 i^?i? P-A_ _iL
es, priceu regiuariy duc, ciiuice pair ? .r '^p
Teddy Bears, |Hh
ttions, Skirts, Princess Slips and
all assortment of each of the above. fc
Drawers Half Price X
models Ladies' $1.00 quality Draw- ^
md closed styles, reduced to pair I
3s let go at _.75c
large snow white Bed Spreads, '' >/.
ilarly at $1.25, in this sale only 75c
fust a few, come get yours.
Sale of White Silk Hose
,11 Silk Hose, regular 50c sellers, for
33Jc * \
one dollar. /
tods Sale is going on. i
1NTINIIFS AM. MONTH
TIW ANGER i
NEWBERRY, S. C. ^