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The Herald and News
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Friday, October 31, 1913.
T.ie Herald and News suggested a
get-together meeting. We think the
suggestion a good one, but we would
to have an exnression
from the business men of Newberry.
We don't feel like getting together
all by our lonesomef If no one Use
makes a noise that sounds like such
a movement would be a good thing, of
course, the little noise we have made
will not amount to anything. If thirteen
men will join in such a movement
the thing will go.
Thirteen is our unlucky number, and
th.at is the reason we suggest it. Thirteen
men joined hands and hearts for
the getting together of all the business
interests of this community
could accomplish wonders in a very
They would be suprised at results
themselves. Let somebody make a
BIG STATE FAIR 1> FILL BLAST.
Thousands on Annual rngrauttge w
Columbia, October 2S.?There is a
new State flag floating over the State
house. It was nigh time that the
weather-beaten old flag should have
been replaced, but the event waited
for the State fair, as do many other
things here as well as in the State.
There are many things new about
the fair this year besides the State
fla2:?there has been a revision in
methods, much tuat was be whiskered
with age has been thrown on the junk
heap and new methods and ideas chat
have come into the economic and industrial
life of the State is being
shown, instead of things that offered
amusement primarily. The side shows
will have to fighi for existence, elthough
t'bey have been pruned to the
bone of decency.
T-rto+ooH r?f mnir>Vi that has been at
the fair year in and year out for nigh
on to the for..y-odd years of the life
of the society, there is a loud pedal on
the congregation or community exhibits.
This is stressed by the exhibits
from Darlington, Richland, Chester
and Lexington ccuuties. -Secrecy
Efird worked card on this line and
succeeded in getting tnree spiendiu
and typical exhibits that show what
other counties can do.
Girls' Tomato Exhibits.
Th:n there are the fifteen separate
county exihibits of the Girls' Tomato
clubs that introduce a new and strik.
ing phase of womanhood in this State,
and indicate how the State now, as
ever, is working along cor^est lines
rather than militancy. If the State
fair had nothing new other than the
county and Girls' clubs exhibits it
would mark an important new era in
the history of tae State fair.
Tuesday often find the fair in its
infant ciotnes, so to speaK, dui toaay
the lid was on and the fair was fully
grown and developed and it was a
worth while exhibition of the resources
of the Sta<.e.
There is always one great difficulty
with the fair?too much is crowded
in th. few days of the week. Conventions
of one sort and anotlur have
been arranged, dances and balls are
scheduled lor every evening; there is
a first-class attraction at tne Colum
bia tueatre for eacn night, two important
games of football are on the
program, and altogether there is
too much and too ricii a diei for the
ordinary Carolinian, who is not accustomed
to quite so much.
Today was distinctly military day.
The Clemson corps, made up of fully
six hundred and fifty of the iinebt a
besc young men in the State, were the
heroes of the day. South. Carolinians
have abundant reason to be prouu .
the young men at its higher educational
institutions and when one sees
the type of young men in the Confederate
grey who represent Clemson, it
must send a tnrui 01 joy tnrougn tno
most callous. During the afternoon
there was a sham battle in which lue
Clemson corps wtre engaged with four
military companies. Later there was
the review by Governor Blease.
i ne corps is nere unaer tne command
of Commandant Cummins?a
fine military officer?and the battaLcn
in th? parade this afternoon was under
the command of Major A. R. Boyd.
The Clemson boys give a superb company
drill with what is known as a
"war strength" command and It was
a fine exhibition of drilling that these
hundred and eight men gave. The
Clemson boys are comfortably housed
in th ir tents and have called their
camp in honor of the late W. D.
Kvans. who, for years, was a devoted
trustee of the insitution.
One of the cotton mills in Columbia
uses 20 bales of cotton in a day for
the sole purpose of making wrapping
Couple issues ago T:;e Herald and
News ran the following suppos -tobe
innocent little paragraph:
"Another Chinaman has come to
Newberry to open a place of business.
Everybody will know what the busi
ness is without specification, just like
one would know -what a Jew would
op n up, or a Greek. Joe, the lone
'Chinaman, will have company now.''
I Everybody except a very few persons
understood that paragraph, but
for the benefit of the few it is stated
here that nothing was intended other
than to sliow that it was no us=- to
say that the Chinaman would open
a laundry, as nobody would suppose he
was going to run a chop suey house in
Newberry, and that all that a China
man ever runs in this section of
country is a laundry. He was not being
compared with a Jew or Greek.
,The remarks w,ere made to further illustrate
the point, that a Greek would
open a fruit stand and candy kitchen
or quick lunch counter, and a Jew
would conduct a clothing store. This
i was taken for-granted. "Melican man"
rvnon ?n\*thiner in his own coun
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try or in foreign lands.
'A LOVELY FACE BUT UGLY HAIR,
| How often you see an otherwise:
lovely face spoiled by homely hair?
face that would be most charmingly
beautiful if she only had prettier "hair.
What a pity?and how foolish! Because
that ugly hair, stringy, dull
lifeless looking though it may be, can
b-e made as glossy, soft, silky and
qo tho Vipnrt r.nuld desire if
ucautuui ? ?
only taken proper care of.
Harmony Hair Beautifier is just
what it is named?a hair beautifier.
It is not a hair dye or hair oil?it is
just a dainty, roseperfumed liquid
dressing to give the hair its natural
gloss and brightness, its natural wavy
softness, its natural rich beauty. Very
easy to apply?simply sprinkle a lit-rm
vnnr ihijir each time before
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brushing it. It contains no oil. and
of the Condition of The Peoples >~atioi>3l
Bank, at Prosperity, in the
State of South Carolina, at the
Close of business, October 21st,
Loans-and discounts $137,313.74
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
U. S. bonds to secure circulation
Bonds, securities, etc., 1,632.75
Banking house, furniture
' ^ ^ - o /ton nn
and nxiures o,t~c.w
Other real estate owned.. 1,015.67
Due from National banks
(not reserve agents).. .. 58,480.93
Due from approved reserve
agents .. 26,835.00
Checks and other cash
i items ' 511.89
Notes of other National
Fractional paper currency,
nickels, and cents 63.46
Lawful money reserve in
Lesal tender notes
Redemption fund v,"th U. S.
treasurer (5 per cent, of
Tctal $260,284.35 !
Capital stock paid in $ 25,000.00 j
Surplus fund 3,250.00 j
Undivided profits, less current
expenses and taxes
paid 3,250.00 ;
National bank notes outstanding
Dividends unpaid 8.00
Individual deposits subject
to check 212,110.67 i
CacV^r's checks outstanding.
Bills payable, including
oblations for money
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Newberry, ss:
I, R. T. Pugh, cashier of the abovenamed
bank, do solemnly swear that
me aoove statement is true to iue
best of my knowledge and belief.
R. T. Pugh,
R^Voribed and sworn to before me
this 29th day of October, 1913.
E. W. Werts,
R. t,. Luther,
Wm. A. Moselev,
W. W. Wheeler,
will not change the color of the hair, ji
nor dark n gray hair. t;
To keep your hair and scalp (land- n
ruff-free and clean, use Harmony 1<
Shampoo. This puro liquid shampoo ji
gives an instantaneous rich lather tnnt
immediately penetrates to every part s
r>f hair nnd <ftln insnrinsr ;t flllick S
and thorough cleansing. Washed off t
Of the Condition of The Farmers and 1
.Merchants IJank, Located at Lit- '
tie Mountain, S. at the Close of 1
business October 21st, 1913.
' i r
i Loans and discounts $ 74.519.S8 !
Bonds and stocks owned by
the bank, 5,300.00 j
Furniture and fixtures.. .. 1,581.11 | Banking
house 1,806.93 j
Due from banks and bankj
ers 13,254.48 '
-? " c\ " r\ r\
Currency i,;>zo.vv (
Silver and other minor coin 422.06 (
Checks and cash items .... 166.29 , Total
$ 99,285.53 j
Capital stock paid in $ 20,000.00 3
Surplus fund 5,500.00 1
Undivided profits, less curl
rent expenses and taxes |
j paid 764.15
i Individual deposits subject
! to check 42,673.61 j
Time certificates of d--posit 12,353.67 |
Cashier's checks 494.10 '
j Bills payable, including certificates
for money borrowed
Total $ 99,285.53
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Newberry, ss. i
Before me came W. A Counts, cashier
of the above named bank, who, <
being duly sworn, savs that the above
and foregoing statement is a true con
dition of said bank, as shown Dy tne 4
books of said bank. i
T7. a. Counts. (
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 27th day of October, 1913. ^
J. B. "Lathan,
Geo. B. Cromer,
J. B. Derrick,
J. K. Derrick. (
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We have just rece
Gorham Silver; some
terns, neat and nitty
Gorham quality cases
Large Shipment di
tory. No middleman^
spot casn. m seconc
but real quality Cut (
We have too man]
prices if purchased n
ist as quickly, th entire operation ikes
only a few moments. Contains :
othing t-.:at c:m harm the hair; 1
>aves no harshness or stickiness?
ist a sweet-smelling cleanliness.
Both preparations come in o;!nivvxi
i I a J; r - u, \ k i \ u; IKUJ it nun kj\j ?> j' i
prinkl r tops. "Harmony Hair Boauifier,
$1 .(><>. Harmony Shampoo, ."iOc.
'nth guaranteed to satisfy you in
' cry way. or your money back. Sold
n this comniuii 'y only at our store?
"ho Rexall S.ore?one of the more
han 7,'hiO leading drug stores of the j
"nited States, Canada and Great Bri- ;
ain. which own th big Harmony i
aboratories in Boston, where the .
nany celebrated Harmony Perfumes I
md Toilet Preparations are made. !
(iiiaer ana weeKs, AewDerry, s. <j. i
Z. F. Wright is hereby nominated
is a candidate for re-election as mayor 1
)f Newberry and will abide the rules ;
>f the democratic party.
Jt'UK ALU?JOlA3 UAKli 1.
J. Chesley Dominick is hereby i
lominated as a candidate for Alder- j
nan from Ward 1, and will abide the
*ules of the democratic primary. J
For Expert Eye Work Con
suit Dr. L E. Criirnn.
? Sfy for one week I
IF YOU SUFFER from headiches,
nervousness or restless sleep; j
f your eyes are weak, Dr. Crimm *
:an help you.
The latest style glasses and
:rames at the MOST reasonable
Office over Burton's Real Estate
11 J \T
)ttice, opposite Jtieraia ana i\ews
lut Glass I
ived a nice line oi .
of the latest pat1
i designs, caseu m ;
>. Just the correct T
reel from the fac;
nrnfif Rmialit fnr
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is or chipped pieces,
j Watches. Special
nson Co.. r
Teach Your Dollars
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No Mare H|
No Less ^
No extra charge
to youi individu
1109 Caldwell St.
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Prices: 50c, 75c
Seats on sale W<
Gilder & We*
ANNE O. ]
For the b
Wholesale and Retail (
LA YD FOE SALE.
I will sell at public outcry on salesay
in November. 1913. to the highest
idder, if not sold before at private
lie, the four lots in the town of New
; to Have More Cents v
Bw7 ^ V ig?(fl
ed Garments <
iS? No More J
^ No Less- I A
? c ?
3, AUI CAlia 51?Cd)
> or Norfolks made
al measure in our u
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ewberry Hotel 1
/m a tt jt? a m v rx at c J
SL1X3A 1 1UJN 1 |
THOMAS DIXON'S 1
I EOPARD'S !
Tragic Power J
ction Staged by the 1
T9 Nov. 12 .
, $1.00 and $1.50 |
sdnesday, Nov. 5th,
I) on '
RUFF & CO. 1
est Smoke J
Jigar Store. Agents ior
sam Laundry Jj
* ' will
berry fronting Glenn street, adjoining
lots of Ray Watts and other property
of the undersigned. Plats may be found
t-i 1_ -r? TT 3 _
Wltn Jf ranK XV. xiuiiiei auu :ui iuu information
may be obtained from him
or by application to me. 11
^ . H. C. Sbe&ly.