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Novembcr 2, -
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Matters of Inteest.
erity, Nov. 24.--Miss Carrie
the Black Co's. popular iil
has. gone to Augusta ajdother
pl.aes to spend this1veek.
C. M. Harmon will make a
nd visit to Columbia this
P. C. Singley goes to Green
%y to. spen4l ThAksgiving
oer. at- Ghien. i
. Cal Singley goes to Columbia
to-day to spend Thanksgiving with
her daughter at Columbia college.
Miss Janie Russell, of G. F. C.,
Greenville, is at home for a few days.
Mr. Joihn Pat Wise and friend, of
the University, will be home for
The Merry Maids' minstrels will
give another all-star performaneo
during the holidays. Several inno
vations an3 ehanges have been plan
, so the minstrel will be as unique
iss Mary Willis, of the Presby
an coliege, will also be home for
e feast day.
Mrs. P. M. Berry, of Virginia, is
he guest of Mr. May's family.
Mr. A. Birge Wise will spend
Thursday in Greenville.
There will be Thanksgiving service
'n Grace church Thursday at 11 a.
The public is cordially invited.
We are pleased to note that our
superintendent, Mr. G. D. Brown, has
beenI elected president of the Coun
Messrs. A. G. and Birge Wise
nt Sunday and Monday in Colum
The U. D. C. announce that they
not :have their oyster supper on
riday evening, as stated in last
eek's issue. It will be given some
ime soon, however.
Most of our school boys and girls
re expected home for the glad re
ion, Thanksgiving, feast day.
Mr. Virgil Kohn has gone to Co
ia for a few days.
Mr. .Olin Bobb spent Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs. Langley and children
11 come Friday from Columbia to
visit Mr. A. H. "Kohn's. family.
The Lbyeeum att.raction last Fri
day evening was highly enjoyed. Mr.
Burgdurfer 's repertoir wvas tery
comprehensive. He was as well
pleased with Prosperity as Prosperity
was with him. He promises to re
turn next year with a new and dif
ferent character-one that he found
on our streets-onLe which he said wvid
mke Silly Sam look like t.hirty
Don't forget the Arbor day exer
ises Friday at 10 a. m. Every one 15
most cordially invited.
We are all rejoicing over the tr1<
of phone lines to Newberry. Tall
may not be any cheaper but it will
be mileh easier and quicker.
Mrs. Roseoe Shealey has gone tc
Pomaria to visit :her mother.
We wonder ihow many of us have
numberedi or begun to number -oui
blessings one by one, see and reahiz4
ust how very. much we have to be
grateful for. With cotton at such
iigh water mark there's ni exeusi
for hard times plea. And. since th<
gate to the Southland's wealth stand
so wide open the, cry "Short crop'
should be hushed for quality is most
often to be preferred to uantity. In
deed, we have nothing for which t<
be ungrateful, therefore, everythmn!
we ~have should be a source of rgat
itude to Hi-m who sends the sun
shin and. the rain, causing the need
ful fruits of the earth to prosper.
TH INEWS OP ST. PAUL.
Rev. Mr. Sligh Begins His Forts
Si3th ~Year as Pastor at St.
St. Paul, Nov. 22.-Our pastor, th
Rev. Mr. Sligh preached a most in
lerestig and forcible. sermon to
arge congregation Sunday morning
The weather is jitst as fine at pres
nt as it could be. Well, we Jus
an't complaiau at all about our fal
season. We have had fine weathe
for sowing ze-i. Most people hav
t aken advantage of their opportunmt
and have sowed their grain and it
up. All who have failed to sow thi
year have no excuse, only t.o Just sa
ttat they .did not want to do so.
The Rev. J. A. Sligh has move
from the St. Paul parsonage into ha
new home, whioh he purchased froi
Mr. L. I. Epting. He will still cor
tnue his services at St. Paul as h
home is situated only about one ha
mile from the church.
k ir. Sligh has aga1ia deeldedl
serve as pastor of this congregati(
which will mnake~ 45 years of his us
fu life spent preacihing to the pea
ple of old St. Paul, and his sermno,
re just as interesinig todaiy as th4
everwere In fact, it seems as
every sermon he preaches gets better
and better; and that he pleads more
earnestly for the salvation of souls.
Mov God .bless him in his long and
noble work and enable him to serve
the people for many years yet, as he .
The Ladies' Missionary society of
St. Pai- will meet at the home of
Mr. G. ,B.'Aull on Saturday before
the first Sunday in December, at 3
o'lock p. a.
Mr. J. D. H. Kibler of neai Pros
perity, has moved into the St Paul
parsonage, vapated. by the Rev I r,
Mry ~iilia -Sheaiy4 of Leesville,
is visitin her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
IW. G. Metts.
Mr. J. R. Livigston, a student of
Newberry college, . spent Saturday
night and Sunday with the home
Mr. John L. Epting, of Newberry,
is visiting at the home 'of Di. T.; H.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Rihoardson!
spent Sunday with Mr. J. F. Rich
ada and family.
'Mrs. J. C Baker, of theLong t'ane
section, is spending a while with
her parents. Mr and Mrs. H F.
Prof. and Mrs. E. 0. Counts, of
Prosperity, spent Sunday with Mr.
W. B.. Bohiest and family.
Mr J E. Long and family of the
Bachman Chapel section, visited
friends in this seat ion Saturday night
and Sunday of last week
Mrs. Neilie Livingston, of Newber
ry, is visiting her mother, Mrs. A-lice
Miss Bessie McGraw, who is teaeh- .
ing .the Jolly Street school a-d is
making her home withMr. J. W. Richa
ardson during the school session,
spent Saturday night and Sunday
with Mr. Jacob Cromer, of the New
Thanksgiving day, which will be
Tihursday of this week, is drawing
near. The most of our farmers will
celebrate this holiday by hunting as
t.his is perhaps one of the greatest
hunting days in all the year.
Mr. Rufus Sligh, of Newberry col
lege, spent Saturday night and Sun
da.; with his father. Rev. J. A. Sligh.
Miss Ula Ray S'ig.i 1nd Mrs. J. c.
Aali, who attende.1 the missionziry
convention at Leesville recently re
port a good meetiuag and a .delightful
time. Mrs. J. C. Aull also made an
interesting talk to the congregation
Mrs. Aull also 'announced ta
there would be a public missionary
meeting on Sunday after C'hristmnas.
Some of our folks are enjoying
good, old time, winter time pudding
and sausage as a result of the few
recent, eold, frosty mornings. I
If the average man spells a word
wrong, he will argue he could prove
it was the way they used to do it if
he could only finid an old dictionary.
What a woman likes about being
an old maid is she expects to get over
it any minute.
Of the Conditioii of the Farmers and
~Merchaats Bank, Located at Lit- -
tie Mountain, S. C., at the
Close of Business Nov. 16,
Loans and Discounts .. .$28004 69
jOverdrafts.. .... .... ..3203 82
Bonds and Stocks owned
Sby the Bank .. .. .. .. 2500 00
Banking House.. .. ...'...1500 43
Furniture and Fixtures ... 1462 25
Due from Banks and Trust
Companies.. .. .... ...11786 14
Currency.. .. ...........452 00
Silver and other Coin.. .. 777 19
Total .. .... .. ......$53486 52
Capital Stock Paid In..: . $10000 00
Surplus Fund.. .. -.. .. 1000 00
Undivided Profits, less cur
rent expenses arid Taxe3
aPaid..~.. .... ........567 99
. Individual Deposit.. sub
- ject to Cheek.. . .... .. 20255 6'2
t Savings Deposits. .... ...14263 84
i Time Certificates. .. ......7171 09
e Cashlier 's Checks.. .. ......227 98
yTotal .. ..... ... . ....$5348ti 52
STATE OF SOUTH GAROLINA,
sCounty of Newberry.
y Before me came WX. A. Counts
Cashier of the above named bank,
I who, being duly sworn, says that the
3 above and foregoing statement is al
a true condition of said bank, asi
L- shown by the books of said ban~k.
Es W. A. Counts.
f Sworn to and subscribed bef''re
me, this~ 23rd day of November. 1 9t9.
I J. M. Sease,
s.J. H. Wise.
J1. B. Derrick,
Children's $1.25 Solid
leather Shoes. Worth
$1.00 at factory
Greatest v alu es you
will find in Clothing
Men's 10c Grey Sox,
Ladies' Black, tan and
grey hose. 10c Shoe
polish, 12 1-2 Handker
YOU WANT IT
Friday and Saturday 50
doz. Men's 65c and 75c
Shirts. Special for the
Lot Ladies' fine Vici
Bluchers, worth $2.50
and $2.75 as long as
Best 50c fleeced lined
nnderwear, Guyot sus
penders, 50c. and 75c.
WHAT YOUR P1
One Paper of Pins, one
Needles, one Tape measure,
Pines-each - - -
One Ladies 5c. Handkerchi
chiefs, one dozen good Safty P
25c. Whisk Broom, or one
of these articles as quoted for
One pair Men's Sox worth
Fancy Dress Pins, one Man's 5
on dzn Pearl Buttons, 5c \%
kerchief. Each of the above a
ESIGN OFT H
Of 25c. and 50c. four
in-hand Ties will be
sold these two days
Men's fancy Vest to.
go at a discount of
Just a Few Left
Florsheims' $6.00 shoes
for Men. Actual cost
$4.25 and $4.50.
~NNIES WILL DO
Paper of Gold Eyed4
one Package of Hair I
ins, with 6c, added one
Oc. Hair Brush. Each
:: Whit,oe package of
c hite Hadstichiefand
*rticles as quoted forhteHmtcd Hn- 3
Stock of Ladies' and
Children's Shoes at
With every purchase
amounting to $7.50 or
more, Friday or Satur~
10 Yards Calic*o.