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Entered xt the Postoffice at New
erry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Tuesday, November 21, 1911.
The supreme court of North Carolina
holds that it is against the law to lend
a friend a bottle of whiskey, or even
Nothing heard from Felder yet.
Is that so? We thought that you
were hearing from him right often,
but all that he was saying was that he
was coming so.on.
Mr. Carnegie has set apart another
$25,000,000 to be given to libraries
Wish you were a library?-Greenville
We wouldn't mind very much if we
didn't have to erect ourself into a Car
And speaking of Blease, does any
body remember what ever became of
Patterson, of Tennessee ?-Greenville
It was ever thus. The man who
rides in the chariot today may push
the wheel-barrow tomorrow.
"How did Blease ever get to be
governor of South Carolina any way?"
asks the Durham (N. C.) Sun: Through
the vote of Charleston.-Greenville
We thought he received a few votes
in Ahderson and Pickens and Green
ville and Laurens, and Spartanbiirg
and a few other counties, but maybe
we are mistaken.
The Greenville Piedmont says that
oil and water will not mix. Neither
will whiskey and gasoline mix
when it is tried you generally see an.
s.utomobile lying agalnst the fence
smashed to pieces the next morning.1
We do not know about whiskey and
gasoline, but suppose you .ask John
Floyd, of Spartanburg, about *oil andj:
To be Sol
Look For These
MIUST BE SOLD
$4.50 to $5.00 SU1T S
BUY NOW AND
R. H. ANDERSON & 00. R.
Look For These
1fUST BE SOLD
$2.50 to $5.00 SUITS $
BUY NOW AND
R. ii. ANDERJOX & CO. R.
wa tor. S1, la . t %%ill !li;x: a i
properly mixed makes the finest har
ness lubricator he has ever tried.
In the bright lexicon of Greenville's
vocabulary there is no such word as
But don't a blind tiger by any oth
er name smell just as much like
booze ?-Spartanburg Herald.
And they are not so awfully blind
in Greenville, but the stuff they hai)d
out is awful. One thing may be said
to the credit of the Charleston tiger,
you can get something worth while.
and the Chicco gin fizz is 0. K.-New
berry Herald and News.
Coming from the Newberry Herald
and News this recommendatioi should
make the "Chicco Gin Fizz" the stan
dard. And in gin fizz a wonderful
property that stirs human sympathy
and makes fitness for public office a
matter of no consideration.-Sparta n
We were talking about blind tigcrs
and gin fizzes and no- about fitness
for offlice. It is a m:t-r of fact. all
the same, that Charleston is not the
only p ace where the blind tiger ex
istS, or where whisrey is illegally
THE TETERANS' HOME IN COLU
A legislative committee, with the as
sistance of veterans who performed ac
tual service, should investigate the
Confederate Veterans' home in COlum
Is there any real need of the institu
tion? What is the average number of
veterans in the home? Were they all
in actual service on the firing line?
Are there any men there who are not
entitled to a place?. What is the cost
per month to keep each veteran? Are
they all disabled men who can not do
manual labor? Do any of them have
obs in the city and conduct a regular
business and use the home as a free
odging and boarding house? How
any men and women are employed to
are for the home and what pay do
These questions are not to be con
trued as charges, but the veterans at1
Tags! Every ~
.ook For These
MUST BE SOLD M1
~6.00 to $7.00 SUITS $7.00
BUY NOW AND BUY
SAVE MONEY ~ SA
H. ANDERSON & CO. R. H.
STags! 600 Boy
THIS STOCK T
MUST BE SOLD NU
.50 to 5.00 SUITS $4.501
UY NOW AND BUY
SAVE MONEY SA'
H. ANDERSON & CO. R. H. J
home, V1o - h. 1P out of their Snili I
earnings to support the home, want
to know all about the management of
affairs. Our delegation should consid
er this matter and if they think it nec
essary, the investigation ought to b
There is very little need to have an
investigation by your delegation to
find out What it costs to maintain the
Confederate home. A reference to
the appropriation bill as passed by the
last legislature will show you that the
appropriation for 1911 is $14,000. A
report from the home wrould be neces
sary, for you to know just how this
money is expended. Under the act
creating the home only two soldiers
are received from each county. We
suppose if some county did not have
two more than two could be re(-eived
priation for this year makes the main
from some other county. The appro
teiiance about $173 each per annum.
The home cost to build about $15,000.
As a member of the legislature we
oppose.1 the approprication for fthe
building of the home', and it was dI,
largelv to the efforts of Capt. J. H.
Brooks., then senator from Greenwood
county, and the h-elp given by Gen. W.
E. James, of Darlington, and a member
of the house, that the bill went
Now that it is built we do not want
to see it torn down. It may cost a lit
tle more to keep those who are there
than is given to others, but if there
are any Confederate soldiers who have
no relatives to car for them, and no
home of their own, it is as little as the
State can do to furnish them a home
in their old age, and to give them such
comforts as that home may provide.
Different Kind of Load.
"Mail Carrier's Load," is a head
line which keeps attracting our at
tention. But it's a patent medicine
dvertisement and not a news item.
Different kind of lord.-Anderson
iUen's and Boys' Clothing.
R. H. Anderson & Co. are offering
some attractive values in men's- and
Soys' clothing, to which they call at-J
r. Buy atl
uit Marked Do,
Tags on Each S
['HIS STOCK THIS E
IST BE SOLD MUTST B
to $8.50 SUITS $9.00 to $1
55.9O - $7.
NOW AND BUY NO
VE MONEY ISAVE 3
LNDERSON & CO. JRI. Hf. ANDEI
s' Suits in This,
HIS STOCK THIS S
ST BE SOLD MIUST B]
to $5.00 SUITS $6.00 to $7
13.90 . $4.
NOW AND BUY NO
7E MONEY SAVE 3
LInDRSQ & CO. R. H. ANDEI
telIIoI ILI aIuS !Z'tiUe OLt t e ent u
and News. They are offering the pub
lic some fine values in a well-selected
Pulaski Lodge, No. i. J. (. 0. F.
Pulaski lcdge, No. 20, I. 0. 0. F.,
will meet in Klettner's Hall Fridsy
evening, November 24, at S o'c'ock. All
members are requested to attend.
j. Y. Jones,
W. G. Peterson, Noble Graud.
Caldwell & Haltiwanger are adver
tising a big Thanksgiving sale, in
which they are offertng some attrac
tive bargains in all departments of
their big dry goods and ladies' a.ld
children's furnishing store. A care
ful reading of their vc-ertisement i:i1
this issue will well rep.:. the bu;yin..
CHESTER S PILLS
THE PIAW4 BRAND.
j., i riJti nd Gold _1ni a
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Sealed applications will be received
until December 1, 1911, for the posi
tions of County Physician and Keeper
of the County Home for the year 1912.
L. I. Feagle,
11-21-3t. County Supervisor.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By Frank M. Schumpert, Esquire,
WHEREAS, E. H. Longshore made:
suit to me to grant him letters of ad
ministration of the estate of and ef
fects of Mrs. Maggie s. Longshore,
THESE ARE THEREFORE to cite
and admonish all and singular the
kindred and creditors of the said Mrs.
Maggie S. Longshore, deceased, that
they be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at New
berry, S. C., on the 6th day of Decem
bef, next after publication thereof, at
11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if abiy they havie, why t.he said
administration should not. be granted.
GIVEN under my hand, this 20th
day of November Anno Domini, 1911.
Frank. M. Schumpert,
J. P. for N. C.
his Store a
Am From $2.00 $
uit. This Meam
~TO GO IN
;TOCK THIS STOCK
ESOLD MUST BE SOLI
~.00 SUITS $12.50 SUITS
W AND BUY NOW AK
[0NEY SAVE MONE
ESON & CO. R. H. ANDERSON
Sale 1,300 1
rOCK THIS STOCK
SSOLD MUST BE SOLD
.00 SUITS $1.50 PANTS
W AND BUY NOW AI
[ONEY SAVE MONE
ESON & CO. .H.ANE RSON<
tha UI mus * CHINA!
I have a large stock of china
that I must sell before I move,
so I am going to make the
price so you can save money
and also keep me busy mov
ng cut rny steck, you can as
SISt rue and "L te same time
save money. :
10c. White Plate, set - 35c.
1 Oc. White Cup & Saucer, set 35c.
1 Oc. White Oat Meal, set - 35c.
10c White Fruit Saucers, set 35c.
See my window of 10c. china
. and you will be thankful. Now
is the time to buy your China
for your Thanksgiving Dinner.
Money Saved is Money Made
Mayes' Book St6re
The House of a Thousancd Things
Down the. Chimney.
nd-Save Money. -A
5.00 Per Suit, Marked in Plain
SMoney Saved For You.
CHIS BIG SALE
. THIS STOCK -THIS STOCK
UST BE SOLD XTUST BE SOLD
$13.00 to $14.00 SUJITS $16.00 to .$18.00 SUJITS$
D BUY NOW AND BUY NOW 'AND
Y SAVE MONEY SAVE MONEY
t CO. R. H. ANDERSON & CO. R. H. ANDERSON & CO.
lairs Men's Pants in This Sale,
TPHIS STOCK THIS STOCK
MIUST BE SOLD MWUST BE SOLD
$2.00~ to $8.00 PANTS $4.00 to $5.00 PANTS
D BUY NOW AND BUY NOW AND
SSAVE MONEY SAVE MONEY
R. H. ANDERSON & CO. R. H. ANDERSON & CO.