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Entered at the Postofhce at Xew5erry,
S. C.. as 2nd class matter
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Friday, September 18, 1914.
THE NEWS OF POM A HI A.
Boys and (iirls Leave For College.
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Special to The Herald and News.
' Pomaria, Sept. IT.?Our little town
5s somewhat dull these days, owing to
the low price of cotton. Business bas
been very quiet so far but we hope
in a few days things will be looking
much brighter and the people will
realize a much better price t'o r the
Mr. David Kibler, of Cook county.
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.ItrAclS, aovuuipamcu uj uu "Ju,
little son, is visiting at Mr. E. M.
Dr. John B. Setzlcr and Mr. Scurry,
of Newberry, spent Tuesday night in
Mr. John Linn, of North Carolina,
while on his way to the Lutheran
seminary, at Philadelphia, stopped
over a few days in town.
Mr. Gist Setzler, of "Whitinire, spent
Saturday and "Sunday with Mr. J. J. ,
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Hentz and ifamily.
Mrs. Harris, of Columbia, spent the j
5>ast week in town.
Mrs. Lena Hentz, of the Broad river
section, spent several days of last
week with Mr. J. L. Graham.
Miss Ollie "Wedaman has returned
from a visit o friends in Columbia.
Miss Eloise Wedaman, after spendVinotr
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returned home. ^
LVIiss Olive Richardson spent the
first part of this week with the family
of Dr. J. A. Sligh, of Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. George Swygert and
little daughter, Helen, after a pleasant
"visit to his father and mother at
(Mr. W. W. Berley's, has returned to
their home in Washington.
JVlr. ana Mrs. Tom uarson, aner.
spending the summer in town, have
Tc-curned to their home in Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Shealy and Mr. j
and Mrs. J. AV. Alewine spent Sun- 1
day at Silverstreet, making the trip
? in Mr. Shealy's touring car.
Miss Ethel Seybt and brother, Olin,:
(have gone to Prosperity to sp^nd the
Mr. Jim Swygert, of Lexington,
spent Sunday with iMr. W. W. Berley
.viiss iuma ivoon nas returned irom
a pleasant visit o iiriends at Prosperity.
Tb-e following students from and
around Pcmaria have gone to the va- i
rious colleges to resume their studies:
G. Breaker Setzler to University '
of Virgina, George Berley, Chris and
JJprtrv Folk to Clernsoir Ida and Gpr
trude Young to Winthrop, Annie Leitz- I
sey, Elizabeth and Helen Hentz to Due
West, Ida Mae Setzler to Mount
Pleasant, X. C.; Minnie Hentz to Clifford
seminary,.Roland Folk and Clyde
Epting to Baltimore Medical college,
Clarence Epting, Thcmas Su'ber and
i^uia '^ominicK 10 .\ewoerry college,
Mary Crompt'on and Vanie Lake to
1 The ladies of the Civic league observed
Wednesday as clean up day at
the school house and now everything
is looking neat and tidy.
School will open next Monday with
*\TT T^V TJ"* oc lirin/n'riol o-n/^ !
. A/. * . UVJl U "J iliV 1 p?i axiu ,
Miss Lucy Lighon as assistant.
Little Thos. Guy Kinard entertained
the little folks of the town with '
a birthday party Wednesday evening.
"THE 3IA> FROM CHINA."
vnc vi iiic in
the Pulpit of Today at O'Neall
Henderson Daily Journal.
'Let u? be on<\ 1 care not whether
you are a Methodist, Baptist or a
Catholic, but 11 you are a Christian
let us not only join hands but hearts
and in the name o: God fight until the
enemy is defeated, yea eternally rou>
ed and the cause of God be uppermost
in every life." T-ese were the words
of that gifted orator, P.ev. L. V. Lewis,
known as the "Man From China," to
one o: the largest religious gatherings,
under similar circumstances, ever
seen in the oM historic town of Henderson.
"The Man. From China," as his
name implies, is from China, where1
his father was engaged in the British
consul service; and although he has
only been in America but three years,
vet he is gaining favor and reputa
tion as an evangelist and bids fair
in a short time to become the leading
evangelist of America.
He is certainly oirginal, '..a\ing a
style and methoi suc*h as we have
never seen in another. He preachos
with every inch of the large platform
space, illustrating his senrons both
Ik Suit Was
The five candidadtes r
Miss Maybel Asbill...
Miss Amelia Hendrix
Miss Sarah Digby
H A T* T T"> i.
miss raunne r ant
v Miss Pearl Johnson....
The following additiona
July 1, Rug, Miss Mayte
Rocker. Miss Amelia Henc
Maybel Asbill; August 1
AsbiH; August 31, Wor
by word and deed.
A gentleman is reporte ? to have
said to a friend, "Jo rUvi near mq
man: he is the test ' : i eiit snow in
town." The friend came and was
converted the first night. But it "is
not the methods in themselves that (
are such a wonderful drawing card - ,
it is the terrible earnestn3ss rf the '
man that compels a feeling of respect!
in all that hear him, making the in re- \
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aiize mat a Jiaijumg 10 uuiuiug, ,
One moment walking about the J
platform like adaptive lion, throwing I
his gospel .forces into the face of the ,
enemy by company, by p'atoons and :
regiments; the next moment spring- j
ing upon the pulpit, waves his vest !
above his head, proclaiming a con- \
+/ > o \'opit ontVmcia I
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''The meeting in Henderson is certainly
a success an? although it was
first thought that the auditorium
skating rink, 20Q feet long by 90 feei;
broad, would bs too large for the purpose,
yet tne b:i:ldiug wa; packed
with a deli? ? audionce, whicii, ?n i
a short ime, e\ceeded the recordbreaking
crowd of the Sam Jones revival
a^'umber of years ago.
"As many as 500 came forward for !
prayer at one time, and girls from j
the cotton mill, becoming convinced, |
knelt by their looms and arose with
shining faces. \
"?o great-^vas tjie spirit of prayer
and rejoicing that for two hours a department
of the mill had to suspend
work until the girls got through with
their demonstrations of joy."
"The Man 'From China," is ably -as- j
sisted by Prof. W. L. Shell, the sweet .
spirit-gi:ted singer, of Marion, Ky., j
who has charge of the large choir.
The splendid leadership and magnificent
singing of the professor is being ,
enjoyed by all. '
iMucn cas Deen saia in tne reng- .
ious and daily press regarding "The
Man From China." and much more 1
could be said but suffice this to say j
we admire him and agree with those j
who say he is equal to Billy Sunday
and can recommend these men to
your work." i
His address is Henderson, Ky. !
Card From 3Ir. Sample.
I wish to express to the people of
Newberry county my sincere appre
ciauou ol me suppun accorueu me 111 i
the recent Eemocratic primaries. 1
shall endeavor to make Xewberry |
county a faithful, conscientious and
impartial supervisor. I realize that
I have undertaken a man's job, but I
shall give every detail of the office
careful consideration and make an effort
to transact the business of the
county in a conservvatie manner, rendering
to the people the best service
of which I am capable. Again thank
ing the voters of XewiTborry irrespective
of whether they voted for me or
not, and * promising to administer the
affairs of the office without favor to
friend or foe, I am,
Very truly yours,
Adv.? J. C. Sample.
The Wav Tliev Arp Dofnar in Florpnrp
r and Other Places.
Florence bougnt and paid ten
cents a pound for nearly seventy five
bales on Monday, people wio had not
promised aid came out and gave aid
at strenous sacrmce on tneir part. One
man borrowed from three others to
make his pile enough to lift a bale. J.
A. Muldrow, clerk of court, although
a farmer with crsaps of his own and
tenants to care for bought three bales
from other farmers, paying the cash
for the bales when he had promised to
buy but one, just to jjelp the market.
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eceiving the highest votes
il prizes were awarded: j
1 Asbill; July 16, Sewing
irix; August 1, Rug, Miss
5, Rocker, Miss Maybel
k Basket, M'ss Amelia
n company i
"1 notice your little boy reads the i
war news assiduously. I am glad to
see him taking such an intelligent interest
in current events."
"His interest is purely selfish. His j
teacher is marooned abroad."
Ladies' Home Journal.
"Strange," said the first tramp, !
meditatively, "how few of our younthful
dreams ever come true." x
"Oh, I dunno," said his copainoin. |
"I remember when I used to dream j
about wearin' long pants and now I j
suess I wear 'em longer than any one ;
else in the country."
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Of the Condition of The Peoples National
Bank, at Prosperity, in the.'
State of South Carolina, at the Close
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oi business, septemoer iz, lan. i
Ijoans and discounts .. ..$179*390.63
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
U. S. bonds to secure circulation
Stock in Federal Reserve
Bank, none; all other
stocks, 4,967.95 '
Banking' house, furniture
and fixtures 3,429.09 j
Other real estnte owned.. 1,015.67 j
Due from National banks
(not reserve agents) 160.63
Due from approved reserve
agents in central reserve
cities, $10,628/34; in ottjer
reserve cities, none 10.628:34
Checks and other cash
Notes of other National
banks 200.00 !
Fractional paper currency,
nickels and cents ^02.60
Lawful money reserve in
notes 500.00? 7,472.20
Redemption fund with U. S. >
.treasurer (5 per cent, of
Capital stock paid in $ 25,000.00
Surplus fund 4,000.00 .
Undivided profits less expenses
and taxes paid ... 1,662.49
National bank notes outstanding
Due to other National
hanks _ . . 374.77 i
Dividends unpaid 12.00
Individual deposits subject
to check 157,190.97
Cashier's checks outstanding
Bills payable, including obligations
money borrowed 20,000.00
STATE OR SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY, ss:,
I, R. T. Pugh, caSfcier of the* above- <
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the !.
best of my knowledge and belief.
R. T. Pugh,
and sworn to before me '
this IGth day of September, 1914.
E. W: Werts. !
J. A. C. Kibler,
Wm. A. Moseley, ?
T. A. Dominick,
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rapidly adjusting thems
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For Weakness and Loss of Appetite !
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out |
Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic \
and sure Apr>et*>er. For aaults and children. 50c f
Only One "BKOiYlU
To get the genuine, call for full name, LAXATIVE
BROMO OUININE. Look for signature of
E. W. GkOVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stops
cough Hiij headache, and works off cold. 25c. I
TEACHERS EXAMINATION OCTO- j
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The county examination ior teacu- .
ers' certificates will be held in the i
court house Friday, October 2nd. The j
examination will begin at 9 o'clock.
Applicants are expected to furnish |
The following sections of the school
law of South Carolina reads thus:
Rule 12. Xo teacher shall be em- i
ployed in the public schools of this j
State who has not registered a certi- J
ficate in the office of the county super- I
intendent of education and submitted j
proof thereof to the board of trus- j
tees employing him.
Rule 1-3. Every applicant for a
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county certificate shall stand a satisfactory
written examination be.ore
the county board of education, on uniform
questions prepared and furnish1
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yd DY ine OLitLtJ uuai U , l,uc CAaajnia- j
tion to be held in all the counties on j
the same day; or he or she shall pre-:
sent to the county board a full diploma
ifrom some reputable chartered college
or university of this ?tate, whose
curriculum, standing, faculty and j
equipment have been examined and j
approved by the State board of edu- '
cation. Xo certificate shall be issued j
on a diploma showing that the holder !
has only completed the course of some
particular department of a school; the i
diploma must show that .the full col- !
1 ~?aiitV>io rnmnlpfprt.
xtrgtr v-uuioc uwu ?
Rule 18. First grade certificate j
may be renewed by the county board
from which it was issued.
A second grade certificate shall not j
be renewed except where the holder i
attends a teachers' institute or sum- !
A third grade certificate shall not
All teachers of the county are re
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> view our hrst
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$ 50,000.00 I
statement of our Bank.
:ic and conditions are
sis oi values.,
rou cry alone." | ,
quested to assure themselves tliat ffl
men v;ci uiitaLca <ai c iauu auu -m
erly registered in the office of the '
county superintendent of education.
Geo. D. Brown, Jr.,
Qounty Supt. of Education.
CITY WATER ANALYSIS.
Charleston, Sept. 14, 1914. ^
Sanitary water analysis No. 1246 of M
water received September .10, 1914, M
from Newberry Water Works, New- ~
berry, <S. C.
parts per million:
Free ammonia 0.02 a
Albuminoid ammonia 0.03 "
Nitrogen in nitrates ... 0.40
Nitrogen in nitrite:# 0.00
Total sob'ds 302.00
Bacterial indications oi contamina- jH
tions, negative. 1
Remarks: free from contamination. Respectfully
F. L. Parker, (M. D.