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We are seliin:
stock at prices ur
Carolina. This j
m suun cis cmpiy,
must be shoved c
cost, others half f
new goods, bougl
lllio id* I.
40 inch Sea Island
10 cents Domestics
10 cents Cambric
$1.00 Silk Velvet
10c Ginghams ? _
n1 . A 1
o$c apron uingnams
8 l-3e Dress Ginghams ...
2-5c Ratine ?
20c, 25c, 30c Ribbons
35c, 40c and 50c Ribbons
Coats Spool Cotton..
Miilinery at your own pri
Gents' and boys' Hats hal
Large line ladies' and mi
Large line ladies' misses' a
Price no object, goods mi
at these prices.
Change ()l Schedule.
Columbia. Jan. 13.---Columbia, NVvV-j
berry & Laurens railroad, announces j
the following changes in schedules, ef- j
fective January IT. 191 (?, for trains
Xos. 13, .?4. ol, and ?.?*.> i
Train No. 13 will leave Laurens a: j .
3:2.", p. ni., arriving Columbia. Gervai3 i
street, 7:3S p. m.. Tile following sta-:
tions will be discontinued at flag stops: J
Brand, Gary, Jalapa. Slighs, Hilton, |
White Rock, Ballemine, Leapharts. :
Train Xo. ."4 will leave Columbia,
Gervais street, p- m., arriving;
Laurens at S:1S p. m.
Train Xo. "> will leave Laurens at j
z-'AR a m arriving at Columbia, Ger-; ;
vais street. 11:32 a. m.
Train Xo. ~>L operated Sunday only,; 1
will leave Laurens at 4.:30 p. m. arriv-'
ing Columbia. Gervais street, 7:3S p. m. |
(T-hr- following' stations will be madej
flag stops for train Xo. ."3, due to leave !
Laurens at 2:00 p. m.: Slighs, Hilton,
Train Xo. 13 will stop at all stations
to discharge passengers from points
beyond Laurens and Clinton, S. C.
The following stations w:il be dis-j I
continued as flag stops for mixed train
Xo. 12, due to leave Columbia at 3
a. m.: Leaphart, Irmo, Ballentine ,
White Rock. Hilton, Chapin. Slighs, Ja- '
lapa, Gary, Brand.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, !
County of Newberry. !
By C. C. Schumperr. Frobate Judge:
Whereas, Xaney Firms made suit
to me to sxant her letters of administration
of the estate and effects of
Mondy Firms, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and ad-!
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Mondy
Firms, deceased, that they be and',
appear before me ir the court of pro-:
bate to be held at Xewberrv, S. C., on :
Friday, February 4, next, after publication
"hereof, at 11 o'clock in the;
forenoon, to show causc, if any they
have, why the said administration,
should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 19th day
of January, Anno Domini 1916.
C. C. Shumpert,
J. P. N. C. j
The Quinine That Dees Not Affect The Head
Because of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA
TIVE BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness not
ringfing in head. Remember the full name and
leak lor the signature E. W. GRf VTE. 25c
ut Prices! j
g out our large
(equaled in South
store will rent as
hence the goods
tut Some below
>rice. Many nice
\it in New York
V\ n i-p
- ? iiaix
f price, etc., etc.
sses' Slippers half price,
.nd gents' shoes below cost
ist go. Nothing charged
ty, S. C.
THE IDEAL HUSBAND. [
Some Observations on the Side and a
Dogmatic Conclusion. t
You are pro!?al?ly a woman. Few ! a
lui'll wouid pause to road an article i;
headed "The Meal Husband." Man!,
knows his fellow men too well. i j
Of course it is true that nearly ever\ I
mameu w?jiij?iij u;i.s ut 5>unjir muu in
her life claimed to h:ive found the oue;
ideal hushauu, hut not for Ions. He!is
not a stable article; lie is only a fleeting
Shortly after a young married worn- jan
declares hers to be the ideal bus- ! f
band be exhibits a tendencv to crum !
* ! c
ble bis ciacUei's i:i bis soup or to place
li slice of bread in his empty dinner v
plate and submerge it in gravy. These | ^
things ":ire not done."
While a man is still engaged?held j under
oinion. as it were, but not deli-l
itely contracted for?be is for -,bort i*
while considered ideal. However, he I
hf?<rins to cniov bis nerfection ?
vvlion it is discovered by liis general
manager elect that lie rests his knife
and fork half on tin> tablecloth ami
half on his plate, while they should be
raped artistically across his plate
midway between meat and potatoes
To save time, probably he also cuts
his meat imo small pieces before stinting
to eat il.
lie has uo.'d reasons f<>r doing as he
iloes, but do ii<'t excuse him. Ilis
sort of conduct and perfection simply
do not walk hand in hand.
Xo young couple should be engaged
long enough for either one to discover
hi Imi-'i! Sri ioTr_ as I
a man unci a girl are so muiuaiiy mesmerized
tliat the eyes of one never
leave the eyes of the other he is perfect.
but i!:e moment he allows her
glances t\> stray below his Adam's apple.
the moment lie loses control, he
loses also perfection. She realizes that
his knowledge of esthetics was gleaned
from an abridged edition; that his
tie is not in vogue, that his collar is
too loose and too low and therefore too
Ah me! I have strayed from my
subject?the ideal husband. Let me
return to it and proceed.
There is no sucb thing.?Paul Wing
Bits About the Enchanted City of the i
Immortalized by JEIaroun-al-Raschid.;
in the story of the "Arabian Nights."
Bagdad, which bus a population of'
about 150,000, was built on the ruins 1?
of an ancient Babylonian city dating
back to 2000 B. C. Records have beeu
found on ancient bricks establishing
its early date.
Ever since the days of Uaroun-atRaschid
the Jews have been the leading
figures in the commercial world of
Bagdad. There are 50.000 of them, j
with about S.000 Chaldean (or heretical)
Christians. The remainder of the
population is made up of JPersians,:
Turks. Armenians, Arabs and Kurds.
Sindbad the Sailor was born at Bag- J
dad. and all his marvelous adventures
begin by bis going down the Tigris to .
Bussorah (the modern Busra).
Tile city stands on both sides of the
Tigris, the two parts being connected
by the famous bridge of boats, ill':)
yards long. A brick wall, five miles in j
circumference and forty feet high, sur-1
rounds Bagdad. j
rnv>/-. AAntaine nt>u*!t!7l ftf 100 I
JL UC V.11J v.vxiiuuio u^/ * M. v* v.
mosques, though barely twenty of |
them are in use. The houses generally ;
are old, dirty and ugly outside, but the
vaulted ceilings, rich moldings, inlaid
mirrors and massive gildings bring
back to the recollection of the traveler
"the golden prime of the good Ilaroun- i
al-liaschid." * j
The streets are narrow, crooked, un-!
paved and dirty, full of ruts and
strewed with garbage, which, however, j
is for the most part removed by dogs, j
miKli/i enoroncars in thd past ?. i
ti-lt: puuiiv. o\.u? VUJJVIM ,
THEY PUZZLED HUXLEY, j
Terms In Which He Found It Difficult
to Define His Belief.
Huxley once wondered whether he
was a deist, an atheist, an agnostic, a
nnnthpist n mnterinlist or a skeDtic. an
idealist, a Christian, an inlidel or a !
freethinker. And the more he reflect-1
ed the deeper his problem. What an- J
swer will any one make? Dr. James
C. Fernald in his work "Synonyms and*
Antonyms" defines each according to
his own belief, as follows:
"The deist admits the existence of
God, but denies that the Christian
Scriptures are a revelation from Him.
The atheist denies that there is a God.
The agnostic denies either that we do
know or thct we can know whether
^ ? mi.. ai- JJti
mere is a ijoa. iue s&epm; uuuuus uivine
"The infidel is an opprobrious term
that might once almost have been said
to be geographical in its range. The
crusaders cajled all Mohammedans infidels
and were so called by them in
return. The word is commonly applied
to any decided opponent of an accepted
"A freethinker is inclined or addicted
to free thinking, especially one who
rejects authority or inspiration in religion.
A materialist takes interest
only in the material or bodily necessities
and comforts of life. A pantheist
accepts the doctrine of pantheism. An
idealist idealizes or seeks an ideal or
ideal conditions. A Christian is one
whose profession and life conform to
the teaching and example of Christ
"Pantheism is the doctrine that God
and the universe are identical. It contrasts
with atheism as the positive deoial
and with agnosticism as the dogmatic
doubt of the existence of God.
It opposes that form of deism which 1
denies the divine immanence and mp? i
irates God from the world."
^cwjsir ( irele ForjiU'il.
A sewing circle has been formed in
he community of t Pomaria I.ntherii!
parsoragc. The fir; meeting waricld
at Mi" parsonage. Thursday aftericon.
January ?0. with l. rs. S. C\ Bal
online hostess. The following were
Ttsc n 11 Mcsdames K. 0. Ilentz L. F
Gargle, \V. H. Lane, M M. Harris T
Jiirj.hv, .T. W. Kinard, B. M Subtr aiv j
ifissc? Emirs a Suber, Elberta and Edn-" j
,eit7?ey, Mprtio Ringer. Nettie Mur
)i'y and Pearl Ball en tine. Music \va
injoypd and delicious refr; sftment i
;e'' rd ' V nev meeting will be he^
vith Mrs. Dr. E. 0 Hentz Thursday
Leave Your Call j
with Big Ben; he'll call you j
on the dot at any time you say. !
And if you roll over and try
just-one-more-nap," he'll repeat
his call 30 seconds later
and keep on calling until you' re
I've placed him in the windovr.
Look at him whenever you go by.
P. (. .IK AX is ii CO.
We are thrc
find some odds ai
ments which we
I ing, Ladies' Co:
some other lines.
We have bee
goods since the m
the new arrivals.
| Just received
Look the line ov?
| A complete i
in Men's Hats.
West End Baracas* jj<
* ^TraniniT ttlO Wdfit I FN
UD. last, l ueouaj' r?w? -r-r?- .?
3nd Baptist Baraca class enjoyed a w
rery interesting class meeting at the A
lome of the president, Mr. Lewis R. le
' The "Hoi
1T17E'VE acquired ;
* * particular peoj
sistently high class r
As quickly as th<
book the newest !
featuring such stars
Hazel Dawn, Blanchi
mrtrp and a host of
i known artists.
To enjoy the Para
the fullest extent yoi
regularly so as not tc
cellent productions 1
The entire town ii
pictures now being s
i Daniel Frohman pre
"Such a Lil
the celebrated ron
Charming Pollock 1
Piayers, Paramount i
i i i i
2 Leslie s Arc;
? Open 3:00 p. m. (Pa:
>ugh with stock
rid ends in our di
will sell cheap in
e items we mentio:
it Suits, Coats, I
I look these items
:n receiving shipir
LJL W W&A..A.4W W*fc
?, Hosiery, Whit
(election early and
a good line of S
;r and get your siz
showing of the ne\
>nes, in Davis streets. The class was '
Dt etrongly represented, but "what !
ere present were vfely" entbasia&tfo.
fter discussions and comments on til#
sson delicious cakea and relresto^
Tie " of x
a reputation among
}!e for giving a con- flr
un of pictures, K
sy are released we
as Mary Pickford,
Pauline Frederick, jffi
e Sweet, John Barry
other equally well
trnount Program to
u should come here fl
> miss any of the ex- a
to be seen here soon.
s talking about these
fiuary 28th a
sents MARY PICK- H
lantic comedy, by
Produced oy F mous ?
in 5 acta.
ade Theatre. 1
5 and 10c.
taking and we
q Shoes, ClothJnderwear
^ y% Am
> uvcr <tnu get
ients of spring
, including Emz
get the pick of
v spring styles
hot chocolate with saltines wer?
served. Arthur C. Hand,
aubecrflw to The Herald and Nen^
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