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Mr. J. R. Til-ley, the obliging and
j courteous manager of the Southern
Bell Telephone company, has been
transferred to another field. Newberry
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ix> iwuu iu give ay ivir. I ill*?} anu iiit>
family, who have made many friends
during their several years' residence
in this city.
$150.00 F. 0. 1
300 Revolutions per minute
j 6-inch Bore
16-inch Pulley, 6-inch Face
2 1-4-inch CranlcSlia5t, 38-in
G. D. Clark, Madison,
Six Mule Team is the top
hood. It is equal tojany
H. P. larger than I have
show you this engine.
WE ARE A1
' NOW is the time ana
Christmas buying that IS
and Fresh, and contains
Offers in great a
people of all ages ;
cause of its choice
If you are asking
season you will :
and superior line
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price wiui owners.
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a in innumerable arl
B appropriate gifts <
The Best of
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To Wed in December.
Mr. and i.Mrs. William Bond Xickles
announce the engagement of their cou sin,
Carrie Pauline Still, to Mr Wins- j
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the wedding to take place in December.?Greenwood
6 H. P. Six
84-inches Overall Length
1425 lbs. Weight
Missouri, writes: "'My
Engine in this neighborengine
from 1 H. P. to 2
seen." Drop in and let
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this is the opportunity- for e
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^lIvS fjecj Our New
the very latest in Original anc
variety really desirable and u:
and is a most popular stock in
selections, trustworthy value
where you can buj the best
get your answer by looking '
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oi attractions ana compar:
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for all requirements and the
;icles of varying price makes
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HAT YOU WANT" IS 01
POM ARIA GRADED SCHOOL j
An Interestiuf Entertainment to be1
Given For Benefit of the jjcbool.
(lhe following is a program of the j
Christmas exercises at Pomaria Grad- i
ed -senooi on December 27, at 7:30)
Song by entire school.
'IAelcome," by Sara Setzler and;
"Old Santa Claus in His Den," by
Song, "Jolly O'd St. Nicholas,'' by
"Christmas," by Louise Granam.
"Present for Mamma," by Beaman
Song, "Upon th.e House-top," select
"Something for Dolljy," by Mable j
"Santa Claus," by Roy Shealy.
Pantomime, "Peace on Earth," by
"Santa Claus is Coming," by Lucile
"Sign sof Christmas," by Rebecca
"Santa Claus' Secret," by Clyde
"Seven in the Morning," by Henry
"My Stocing,'' by Willie Mae Stone
Song, "Christmas Dolly," by Mabel
"Christmas at Finnegan's Flat," a j
Christmas comedy in two acts, spicy j
and interesting throughout. Characters:
Pat Finnegan, owner of the flat
" Ernest Kioard
Prof. Baton, a violinist... .Cecil Berley
T"1 TYrurtltr o iwliippman
1.1 <XU , a, .
Richard Hipp, Jr.
John, a chauffeur Edward Stuck
Little Tom, the pet of the flat
Biddy Finnegan, Pat's wife
Miss Never Smile, a lodger
Mary, little Tom's sister.. .Olive Stuck
Miss Goodheart, Santa Claus, agent
A dozen children who live in Finn-egan
Declamation, "Wnen lx>ctors Disagree,"
'by J. C. Aull.
Declamation, "Tne Rich Man and
Lazarus," by Tommie Setzler. '
"Aunt Hester's Dilemma," a farce
in two acts. A most interesting and
tflSS. Come to us forboth
pleased and satisLine
is Bright, Clean
1 Novel Attractions.
seful presents for
every respect bes
and fair prices,
and cheapest this
through our large
ing qualities and
variety we show |
the selection of
;ting exactly the
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> BE PLEASED.
lewberry, S. C.
ludicrous play. Old man Brown dies
willing $100,000 to his nit-ce, Hester
Brown, 011 condition that she marry j .
the first man who proposes to her.
This provision placrs the sour old '
mo T / } 11 r\ V> o o r\ f it t?r\ n yv o i'A??r?irvn f A
iwciiU, i i W l_l a O (X ^11 U v Ci IVward
all mankind, in many unique and
funny dilemmas, and is bound to keep 1
the audience in a continuous 'uproar of
Miss Hester Brown, an old maid w'no ^
prefers to remain one
Miss Ix>ui&e Richardson
Dorothy Brown, her niece. Eloise Hipp 1
Sallie, the maid Marioi; S-etzler j
Sam Green, Sallie's lover...Jno. Koon
Judge Smith, family lawyer.Otis Seybt j
Billy Smith, the lawyer's son
Adajn White, neighbor. .Thos. Leitzsesv <
Joe Kinny, neighbor Alvin Kinard <
Ben Piatt, neighbor Lomrie Sheeley <
Tne program will last about two <
hours, and will be a period of highgrade
fun throughout. You can not j
afford to miss it. Admission 10 and
The '-Civic association will furnish 1
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ren uw. mc j
admission fee. Come and expand your j
I. >. G. BFAMUY USED IN
"PALACE OF THE KING '
A regiment of infantry and another
of cavalry of the Illinois National
Guard were employed by Essanay to
represent Don John's victorious army
in Essanay's six-act feature photoplay,
"In the Palace of the King," from the
novel by F. Marion Crawford. Garbed
in the picturesque costumes of the
sixteenth century, the troopers, mounted
on blooded steeds, and the foot soldiers
made an imposing array, as well
as a beautiful scene in the courtyard
of the palace. Don John rides at the
neau oi ms uoopt> <uiu touittb a. actlute
before the king, while the guardsmen
pass in rievew. "In the Palace of
the King," which features E. J. Ratcliffe,
Arleen- Hackftt and' Lewis Edward.
stage stars, and Richard C. Travers,
Essanay leading man, as Don
John, comes to the opera 'nouse on
Thursday December 23. Matinee 5 and
10 cents; night 10 and 15 cents.
Misses Lillie and Myrtie Sease of
Gilbert, are teaching the thriving
school at St. Luke, Prosperity, and are
quite popular with patrons and pupils
| ^f the school?Lexington Dispatch.
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would be usef
Keen Kutter Safe!
A Carving Set
A Pair of Good S(
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A fiece or crass
A Reed Tray
A Service Wagon
Children's Suit Ca
! When West-M;
1 12-H. P. Tozier engine mounted.
1 70-saw angle drive Lummus cotton
gin with top feeder and condenser
with exxra bush wheel.
1 Gullet Press, friction drive, self
iramper, with 5-inch pin.
1 42 inch Carolina corn mill, top
-unner with elevator cleaner and shellei.
120 feet of 8-inch Gandy belt, 6 ply;
F5 feet 6-inch leather belt; 80 feet 10nch
65 feet 2x3x16 shafting, with 3 compression
couplings and 9 boxes.
1 shot outfit, cost $175, consisting of
>ne hand forge, one extra heavy post
irill, one screw plaus, anvil and vice,
itc. This machinery is all practically
aew and in first class condition. Will
>ell cheap for cash or credit
Also three mules and three ana one'ourth
C. L- Leitzsey.
I will have a C
the last of
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"Christmas: Hail to the New Born
King," will be rendered in Pomaria
Lutheran pastorate as follows: At
Bethlehem, Sunday, December 26, at
11 a. m.; at St. Matthews, Monday, DeAArv>kA?
07 ^4- 11 r\n ir T*hic i<i an
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exceptionally fine service of songs,
readings and recitations and will be
well rendered. A male quartet witfi
obligaot, "0 Beautiful Star," will well
be worth a trip. A cordial welcome t*
all. S. C. Balientine,
The regular annual meeting of th?
shareholders of The National Bank of
Newberry, S. C., is called to meet at
the president's office on January 11th,,
1916, at 12 o'clock M., for the eiectioa
of directors and for the transaction of
any other business that may come up.
R n QTUTTiTW
December 13, 1915. Cashier.
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