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?. H A.ULL, EDITOP
Friday, Novein.'jcr 17, 1022.
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The weather has been fine arid
there has been a lot of grain planted
this fall and much of it is coming up
ana it looKs gocu. ;v j
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The Herald and News for one year
for only one dollar. Just think; of it
and come along and take advantage
of the price while it lasts.
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It is very nice of the local -post of
the American legion to give to each
school a flag and also take it in person
fhrough committees of the post
and give a lecture on thaf aue^nhi;:
and significance of the flag arnl the
etiquette of the flag. Surely every
board of trustees will provide a flag
pole and the rope tb hoist the flag and
then we feel sure that the teachcrj
of the county will sec tl&ti. proper
care is taken of the flag and the Aug
lessons taught the children.
You want to have a place in the
Education edition of The Herald ami
News and you should not wait even
for the committees from the Civic association
to call on you but yor
should see them to be sure of a good
place in the picture.
The special Education edition of
The Herald ard News is to bo of his
tone value because we are gomg to
devote a large portion of therendi'hg
* space to historic matters pertaining
to the schools of the county* We nope
those who have promised articles fo:point
lis oat let the articles be forthcoming
as soon as possible. - this
edition will not fail us or' disapYou
know Newberry has just caus:v
to be very proud of her public highways.
They are fine and the upkeep
has been as good as could be expected
with the newness of the roads and
the dry weather because with the car"dry
weather is ss bad on the' highway
as wet weather and in fact worsen^We
need some cross reads now put -ir
better shape and the commission v.
doing that just as fast as it can be
done. Let us all help.
EDUCATION EDITION OF THE
HERALD AND NEWS
The Herald and News h:s under
taken the. publication 01 an li.ducation
edition of the paper on th2 i:t:l
day of December, being the last
before National Education te
be observed throughout the country
and fostered by the American Legion
and the National Education association
and the federal department of
education as well as by th^,coufer?
ence on education in this state,
which was held in Columbia a few
days ago. i
A program for the week h-5.. been
suggested and an effort will be made
to have it carried to each school in
Newberry county during the week,.
The local post of the American lag'Or
has already agreed to arrange the
program and the speakers for Tuesday,
December 5, and at each scha .1
in the county the committeeman yiits
the school will present $ tfnitSd
States flag, and the county-supefin-'
tendent of education has promised or.
behalf of the trustees that the flag
pole and the rope necessary to hois;
the flag will be furnished, and the pa-'
trons and friends of the school are
invited especially on this day to take
part in the ceremonies, and it is hoped
that in every district there will be
sufficient interest to bring out all the
people of the community. 1-|
The purpose of the education edition
of The Herald and News will be
to publish 2 short story about each
sohool, and the principals of all theschools
have been requested to.furnish
the article, or to have some on?
write the story. And we would like
to have a picture of the school bu'lding.
Then we will publish short articles
on educational tonics, and the
idea will be. to make the paper mjiac^v
2nd ir. truth an educational edition".';
We have already received a mess:v?e
to the people from Mr. J. J. Tigert,
leaciiai connir.ssioner ui u :ai-ai:)n,
and wo are hoping to have one from
Mr. J. S. Swearingen and Mr. J. H.
Hope, and from Rion M^Kissick as
president of the educational conference,
rnd from others who are interested
in the education of the children ,
of the state. Tn's week is mainly to '
arouse an interest in the bettering of
the educational advantages of the ru-:
ral children, or the children of the ru-:
ral schools, and to make a plea for .
an equal opportunity for them in the
matter of better schools and longer;
terms. Why should not these chil,
dren have an equal opportunity.
As to the schedule for the week w~ j
expec t that the other organizations i
will assist in the arranging of the '
program and furnish some one to v:s-'
it cach school. The program or itinerary
will be published in the p.'.peri
of the county.
We have given the civic association
of the city the privilege to solicit advertising
for this issue, and all ads
given them will be for their benefit,
that is, a liberal commission is giver;
them on all .business that comes
through their representatives, and
we will be very ghd to have it all
come that way. Of course where we
have contract advertising due that
day it will be carried ojt as usual.
The ladies have already sent committees
to Chappells and Prosperity and
Lktie Mountain. From the reports
that we have received the business
men of Little Mountain have appreciated
the effort that is being made
in the cause of education and have
done their part well. But Prosperity
will need another visit, because we
are satisfied that the wide awake bus
incss men of this progressive town do
not fully understand the scope of this
edition, ncr what it means for the educational
development of this county.
And Chappells needs another
visit also. Pomaria and Whitmire
will be visited.
As you knew, The Herald and News
has been somewhat disorganized in
its mechanical department, but we
are getting; in shape, and this statement
is made o request all who are
ment is made to request all who are
take space in the advertising department,
to send in their copy just as
scon as possible. We are hoping to
print several sections of the paper on
that day. To do so we must print
came of the sections '.n advance. We
ask the cooperation of all the good
people of Newberry in making this
p:ner a crcdit to Newberry and a
help to the cause of the proper education
of the children of the county.
"The children of today will be the
architects of the destiny of our country
tomorrow." What sort of building
they make depend? largely upon
the people of today. The responsibility
is on us.
Dcn't forget that Saturday is the
last day we will sell The Herald and
News for .a whole vear for onlv one
dollar. Come r:?ht along raid take
advantage cf this sale. It is as cheap
as we can sell under postal regulations,
one half the regular price.
We hate to part with our friends.
We have been here a long time and
you nave been with us during many
of the years and we want you'to remain,
and that is the reason we -are
giving this opportunity for ycu to
catch up and get a start. Better attend
to this at once.
Latest arrivals in Newberry, just
arrived, two more fine boys, the first
at the home cf Mr. and Mrs. T. S.
Lefler and the. other at the home of;
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reeder.
Miss Janie Bowers of Georgia is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Mary Wright
and other relatives here.
may a Lwtm aim
Variety Store j
T. M. ROGERS
Has Just Opened up a Nice Line of
CUT GLASS AND SILVER WARE;
A New Line of
MESH BAGS, PEARLS AND CARD
JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS
And at the Right Prices
It Will Pay You to Stop and Look
This Stock Over.
Everything Sold Is Guaranteed to Crthe
Best that Money Can B::y
T. M. ROGERS
Jeweler & Oplician
*Jn Caldwell Street
I These Bargai
i? Spicy Specials ,
i? 39c Ladies' Lisle Hose, !
? Buster Brown cotton
3 lisle hose in black or
brown, with seam in
@ back 25c
,? Children's Ribbed Hose
? Small children's rib,?
bed stockings 7c
@ $2.00 Slipover Sweaters
A good cotton Sweater
? stylishly made ....... 98c
^ $1.00 Spot Skirting
? 38 i7~ir.li hooirv Volnnv
^ uu mv:i nvti v j t v.?a
heather mixture suit@
able for suit or skirts.
? Special 69c yd
? Crochet Cotton
@ A large box of hun!?
dreds of balls of cotton,
? long as they last, all col- I
? ors 3c 1
? ; :
? Special Lot
? 75c Ladies' Underwear
/ftk, 1 1 _ 1 j !
? rciDDea two piece unj?
? : '
$ $1.00 Cotton Gabardine
9 A wonderful quality of
9 'brown Gabarjdine, used
by the U. S. government
suitable for many pur?
poses 39c yd. '
g Men's and Boys* Hats
q Final Close Out
$ Big lot, all sizes, odds
? and ends 69c
? $1.50 Umbrellas
?i?- Men and women, rain^
proof umbrellas ...98c
# 75c Men Fleece Under@
^ All sizes, best and hea@
viest material 49c
^ *1"^ " f^Ell
ns Will Save M
$25.00 Canton Crepe
Best quality Canton j
Crepe Dresses in the
styles of the moment.
Many duplications of
Parisian models ?12.85
Pleated Skirts I
A new arrival of extremely
pleated Skirts in all
wool materials in many
new styles $3.95 to
Men, make your next
suit give you the service
of two suits- The life of
the coat is always double
that of the trousers,
why not two pair pants,
thereby doubling the
wear of your clothes
without additional cost
,.$30.00 and $32.50
Suits, well made in new
snappy styles .... $19=85
. Tft C
mister ?>rowii oox
Good lisle Sox in all
Arrow and Ide Linen
2 for 25c
All wool Serge or Flannel,
full cut, two pockets,
cheaper than cost to
A complete line of .the
famous "Belkap" line of
Caps, the snappiest line
of young Men's Caps in
U. S. A. in a full assortment
of colors, each one
hand tailored, colors
and wear guaranteed
by makers 95c to $2.25
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rci ivai i
Don't Fail to See Them
$13 to $20 Dresses
trimmed, Poiret Twill
and Tricotine Dresses,
in ail sizes, a feat unequalled
by any store in
the state at $8.95
Men's Fine Ribbed
?1.50 Men's Union
Suits, all sizes 98c
$2.00 Men's Union
Suits, all sizes $1.39
$3.00 Chalmers Union
Suits, all sizes .... $1.95
? ~ -r-rv 1 T ~r 111
$3.50 Wrights tleaitn
0 m h :
Two Piece Suits
75c fleece underwear
$1.00 Hanes or Mayo
ribbed garments .... 75c
$1.75 Chalmers ribbed
garments .... $119
$2.00 Wrights Health
ribbed garments .,$1.45
In hislory of this store. 3,000
Shii'fc on sale at
prices less than today's
merchants' cost. New
patterns, fast colors, every
Prices 85c to $1.95
$8.00 Heavy Rolled
All wool sport coat
Sweaters, many slipovers
75 per cent of our pres- |
ent stock has been received
in past 20 days,
all new patterns and at
prices beyond all competition.
See them, it
means big* savings for
you $1.95 to $6.95
Felt House Slippers
All cnvnc? VjCkOTI
tiful designs 89c
IMMMMI ?I?M?^iW?MW<OW?** i !
Here Today 2
Endicott-Johnson ' ^
Solid leather, heavy
Scouts for Men, big sup- ?
ply on hand $1.95 ?
Army Field Shoes ?
Genuine Army Shoes
bought from U. S. gov
ernment, worth triple
the Drice we ask.. $2.95
1 ??? w
Walk-Over Shoes a
For Men and Women,
almost half of today's ?
selling price ....$4.95 to *
Army Saddles m
A complete leather 1
Saddle made for U- S.
Cavalry $9.85 ?
Officers' Dress Shoes 0
A > Goodyear welt,
plain vamp Russian
calf Shoes worth $6.50
at .- $3.95 .
Just Received ?
Children's School Shoes ?
$2.50 and $2.75 good 9
heavy substantial all
leather shoes made for
wear $1.95 ?
Never in all its history J
has this store ever had ^
so many Coats to show. f
Never before have there q
been such drastic slash- 0
ing of prices as you will
find has been done to
this enormous stock. No
matter what kind you ?
may want, it's nine t
chances out of ten that J
we .have it. * Why not ^
save the difference? ?
Prices ..$4,95 to $19.85 9
25c Red Rose Ginghams J
Thousands of yards of
new patterns. The price
of these ginghams is go
ing up quickly. Long as f
the present supply lasts A
at 19c yd. J
$1.00 Small Boys' Cap ?
Plush and all wool 9
cloth Hats for the little #