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ably low price a
f Ladies' Black 1
I lot Ladies' Bla
medium toe, Wing
solid leather soles, $
in this sale, at pair .
1 lot Ladies' Kid 1
-w-r-rm n l 1
I soles, Wmgioot rut
leather Shoe, Ho.
brand, to go in this:
1 of one si
Pumps, sizes 3 to 7,
toe, the Hoge Monti
1 er Shoe, to go-on sa
L Black Kid C
I 48 pairs black Ki<
HI ium heel and toe, 1
P heel -at
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ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR
The Newberry College club met ir
the court house on Wednesday af
ternoon, May 10th, 1922, at 5 p. m
for the purpose of making arrange
ments for the commencement exer
cises of the college. In absence ol
the president, W. H. Hunt, the vice
president, C. E. Summer, presided
In the absence of the secretary, Jas
C. Kinard, J. B. Hunter acted'as secretary.
The following officers wer(
W. H. Hunt, president.
C. E. Summer, vice president.
James C. Kinard, secretary.
R. T. Caldwell, treasurer.
The chairman appointed the following
committees with a chairmar
for each committee with power t(
1 1 * ? * ~ -Gil ? ?-. U i
said cnairmau uu im m ms> kumm.^v,
as he desired:
John M. Kfnard, finance. f
I. H, Hunt, entertainment.
B. V. Chapman, securing homes.
Hal Kohn and Dr. J. B. Setzler
0. B. Cannon, luncheon.
Cannon G. Blease, automobiles.
The chairman of the entertainmen
and luncheon committees were eacl'
authorized to expend whatever fund:
were necessary in order to properl}
entertain the guests at commence
ment. The chairman of the club was
authorized to supply any additiona
committees or any other thing neces
sary in carrying out the program
The meeting adjourned subject to th<
call of the chairmna.
Grady Reuben and wife forfeitei
bonds of $5 at the recorder's cour
Thursday morning on the charge o
assault and battery. It develape<
that it was another Jiggs and Maggi
act in colored life, as Grady's wif<
got the better of the fight, using i
poker. One man said if she had ha<
one more pound of strength sh
would have killed her husband.
e have never been able
nu we die guiug iu mi
ek Kid Oxfords,
foot rubber heel,
14.00 values to go *
Oxfords, flexible .
>ber heel, the all oe'
g-e Montgomery A
sale $1.98 or A
i rump U11U
trap black Kid
medium heel and M
>-omery all leath- ,
le at $1.79 / k
i one strap, med- n ,
vVingfoot rubber - (
* fco Qfi i\/r
: v, ( '"' ; v I j
- V *-^4 * S U-d N ^
X ^ leati
-r : pair
r. M. Se
<$> <S> chi
|<3> ROTARY LUNCHEON <3>|'ser
T S> > <?>, wa
,! In the attendance contest which wh
. the Rotary and Kiwanis clubs started 0f
. I on February first, to run for the rest Vei
of the year, it looks as if the Kiwan-j
i ians have given up, for they have not' wi
reported their attendance for thirty i
days and at the last report the Kota.
rians were leading by a good safe <
: margin. Their one hundred per cent ^e<
and 95 per cent meetings must ^is
have discouraged the Kiwa ians con- jn
jsiderably, but since one hui red per 251
cent are the aim of the Rocarians ke<
; they are not satisfied with anything
. short of every member being at his wo
t seat when the roll is called. .jat
> i Tuesday morning Rotarians George Jei
i Summer and Zach Wright had Secre- les
tary Hal Kohn wire for their reserva- Th
tion on the special Rotary train which bai
will leave for Los Angeles for the roj
Rotary convention on May thirtieth, ali
, They will join the party in Asheville, of
where the train stops for several ale
hours to allow those going to stop ov- the
? ^ ^ /VII + ^ n-P fViQ A cVl OV1 lip irt
I KZI <111 CI UC Hi C \JJL tut Jn
: club and at a special luncheon. The he!
i delegates from Newberry will be es- i* >
> corted to Asheville by local rotarians. jnf
r Karry Dominick and Ben Dorrity (]a
- have already promised to take a load ^a?
; of Rotes to speed our delegates on wo
1 tneir way, other cars will probably }ja,
go in the escort. a-0]
1 The Rotary committees appointed di<
- for the administration of President th<
j Hask Kibler are: Publicity, Bill Wal-'ex
ilace; music, Earle Babb and James pe<
\ Kinard; public affairs, Zach Wright re]
t chairman, Me Mower and Ben Dorri-:
f ty; educational, Ben cromer chair- re1
1 man, Doug Weeks and Henry Wells; ;th?
2 program, Jim Kinard, Doug Weeks th;
i and Lad Eskridge. President Kibler Ut
i had a novel way to appoint his com-'sla
1, mittees this vear and instead of nam- of
e . ing all the committeemen at one time . an
he simply appointed the chairman of
n wmni?iiiTi 'mi'iiTHii rn it
i to offer such rema
ow them on the ma
sk For The !
With a Big She
/hite Oxfords for Little
3W heel white Oxfords,
nd many different 1
is not mentioned in this
space will not permit.
en's black Shoes, all s:
solid leather, inner sok
i to go in this sale at pai
en's tan English toe, ru'
)rds, S5.00 values
en's tan English Shoe
, grain leather inner sol
. .. -?*<? /
lot Boys' tan Oxfords,1
<er heel, English toe ....
lot -Men's Scout Shoes,
k, solid leather inner s<
ler out soles, while the
d then in a conference with the'
urmen they selected the others to
ve on the committee and in this
y the chairman is responsible for
rting members on his committee1
o will work with him and this way !
naming committees1 seems to be j
:y effective and satisfactory.
ILL THE TRAGEDY OF
ISRAEL NEVER END?
Since December, 1918, there have
?n more than 2,000 separate and!
tinct programs, large and small,;
the Ukraine. It is known that1
0,000 Jews in that country have
?n murdered. Countless others
i7e been cruelly maimed, hardly a ;
man in the land has not been vio-:
ed, practically all the 3,500,000 <
ivs alive in the Ukraine are home- i
s, starving, half naked, and ill.
ree hundred thousand innocent i
bes in Central and Eastern Eu-1
)e, whom the war and the beasti-:
tv of pogrom-makers have robbed
either or.e or both Barents, erv
>ud for help. They stretch out
>ir puny, emaciated hands to us
America and they cry to us for
These are not exaggerated figures, i
lated for the purpose or propagar-,
, They are conservative estimates,!
sed on the reports of trained social
rkers, American investigators who
^e spent fro mone to three years
road as representatives of the joint
tribution committee through which
? American Jewish lelief committee
tends its aid to the war-stricken
ople of Europe And what do they
Dr. Frank Rosenblatt, who has just
:urned from the Ukraine, reports
it there are 200.000 war orphans in
it county alone. It :s there in the
;ra:ne. where Jews have been
ughtered in the thousands and tens
thousands, and ot'ier thousands
d tens of thousands have per'shed
hunger and disease, that 95,000
in mr im iiht mi aa
rkable values before,
rket at startling low p
, medium I lot whit
$1.69 medium he
kinds of Hosiery. T
ad. Time colors at...
it-ps fi to 75c values t
i and out
ir.. .$2.98 Extra Spe<
,.t...$3.48 20 pounc
rubber 12 yards
es ..$3.48 7 yards ?
Wingfoot -- 7 yds. ex1
$2.89 And ma
-tan and I mentioned,
jies, blue ' Don't fai
1 ? ?i- ^ A- A?
y lasi ZLl, I ^uunng una
nd $2.25 I } sale.
children will die within the next few j
months. No power -on earth can save :
them, and unless America acts quick- j
ly, unless there is an immediate and ;
overwhelming response to the appeal
of the American Jewish' Relief com-1
mittee for $14,000,000 their fate will
be shared by thousands upon thous- ;
ands of 'other orphans.
Then there is soviet Russia! No |
one knows exactly what is going on '
behind the curtain of mystery which j
has hidden Russia from the world's !
gaze for so many years, 'but there are I
hundreds of thousands of Jewish
children dvins: in that territory, ac-1
cording to reports that have come to !
us. There are 40,00ft Jewish orphans !
in Poland and there?are thousands of j
Jewish orphans in ' Austria, in Hun- i
gary, and all over Europe.
There are Jewish5 orphans on ev-j
ery highway and every byway of Eu- '
rope. You can see them on the un P
v i r. vi / ! 1 t c-tvoo+C nf fV(r> Vuo- I
ging for crusts; you can see them in
the cities and towns which have been
devastated by battle and pogrom,
searching among the ruins in the
hope of finding a bit of stale bread,
or something that will satisfy their
terrible hunger; you. can see them on
the roads, you can .see them in the
field and in the forests, digging for
roots* eating grass or herbs. And always
they are feverish, always their
teeth chatter with the cold which
bites deep into their (bodies, only
half covered with . the pitiful rags
they wear. Why, thousands of these
babes saw their homes go up in flames;
thousands of them saw their
brothers and s'stcrs killed before ou
their eyes; saw theii; fathers killed, as
and in the ears of thousands there
st:li rings the shrieks of their moth- ^
ers driven insane by the horrors of
Many of these children, no one as.
knows how many, have wandered n<?
hundreds of miles away from their
birthplaces, and all of them are with- n0
out shelter, without protection, with-j*e(
we bought 500 pair o
>rices} now is the time
e Canvas Oxfords
;e Oxfords, sizes 3 to 8,
els. at $1.89
have a special price on
he Buster Brown Silk, all
,...98c and up
ito Half Hose for Men,
/, peach, and cordivan.
o go in this sale at pr. 49c
:ials for Saturday and
Is Sugar for 50c
Sea Island for $1.00
louthem Silks for....$1.00
tra Good Bleaching $1.00
.ny other bargains not
1 to visit Sanders' store
Wonderful money saving
f * ?' i .
4 % ' - .
: . J * 1
Best grade Sea
Good 36 in Ble?
Mens dress Shir
All Umbrellas v
New shipment L
t education. No, not ail of them, t
the joint distribution committee is'^ess
dng care of 20,000 war orphans in j Christ
irope. Twenty thousand! Why, j help t
it's less than twice as many as;
ere'are in all of the Jewish orphan 1 Th<
ylums in the Ignited States. But: morn;
arly fifteen times that number bacca
ven't any roofs over their heads,' ed on
food to satisfy their hunger, fif- house
?n times that number threatened j lough
f Shoes and Slippers a
to buy shoes at your p
Dark .Tan Ox
I lot dark tan Oxfori
heel, medium toe, dout
while they last at ......
White Canvas Oi
1 lot white Canvas <
2 buttons, medium h
Black Kid Two
1 lot black Kid two
heel, medium toe at ..
. i -
MMMW* I ^
ts $1.50 value.
alue up to $4.00
>se 50c up all cut
.adies & Children
:yphus and other epidemics, un-| _________
ne American people, Jew and j
;ian alike, are moved to help and i
hem quickly! &F
2 senior finals begin JVIond&y j
ing at Newberry college. The
laureate sermon will be preach- cures j
Sunday, June 4, at the opera er
, by the Rev. Dr. H. A. McCul- ^jjj0
at 11 o'clock?not at 11:30.
t a remark- |
n ' ' ' 'll
ds, low rubber
)le wear soles,
. . ? 'Iwk
)ne strap with
eel and toe
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i ?i i i ? .
' ' I '
' . . " ?'.<
0 'r '
- - > - Stfj
9 12c 1
18c : j
- 1 ?>\%
Malaria, Chills and Fevigue
or Bilious Fever. It
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