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I Keep a "Stzff Upper Lip." .
a Basley Progress. | Columib:
r We still lia^e ^ait'h in the ultimate i But t
HL triumph of all those farmers and busi- | s? shre
ness men who Trill hold a "stiff upper ?:ease
& lip" and not grow- despondent because 1
V of present depressed conditions. The "
^ darkest hour is always just "before day. judgme:
1| There was a big demand for cotton tu(*e 0
B three months ago at 12 1-2 and 12 'n=> ^"e
PL cents per pound, winch is conclusive , ?'^ ^lS x
H proof that there was not being too !
much produced. Present conditions Greenvi
lare bound to change shortly and then The
gStth-e demand for cotton will be as ways be
ifh-eat again. ;and we
ewberry Hiqh School a?
nq Class of 1914.
permission of Purple and Go'rl
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ENTH GRADE GRADUATES
DUATIXG CLASS (JJ 1914
Two Views. times to comiment adversely upo
ia Record. policies, but tihe governor is ce]
,he crowning wonder is, that l\v entitled to the thanks of th<
wd a calculator as Governor payers -of the State for his acti<
did not for once discard his reference to the bond issue. The
I blinders and commend him- ernor's firmness and discretion
his last important act to the approval.
nt of history and to the gratiintelligent
patriotism by vetobond
bill with all the strength Whenever You Need a General
trt-ii.nora.l'iir.o. vnpshnlarv ! Take GrOVCS
The Old Standard Grove's Tas
chill Tonic is equally valuable
He News. General Tonic because it contain
? , . well known ::onic properties of QUIJ
Greenville News has not al- and IR0N. It acts on the Liver, I
jen in accord with Gov. Blease, ^out Malaria* Enriches the Blood
have found occasion several Builds up the Whole System. 50 c
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The mi' lions oL readers of Vaughn I v
1 Hester's celebrated novel "T'-e Prodi- !
' ral Judge" to be presented at the ; I
. v. ..era House, Wednesday, November ;
' 2"), for the first time, are aware that to j
; properly portray the play an excep- !
tionally elaborate and teavy scenic
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prcaucuou is required.
i The first act represents the interior i
and r#rt cif the exterior of Slossons j
Tavern, witi the river at niiht in the ! ^
'background. The srccnd p'-t is laid !
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.near the racetrack, and the third in-;
; the beautiful grounds of the Quintard
j estates. RyVICI'
>11 cf the scenes were built by t^e I 1
i Friednran Scenic Construction com-J f 1
;pany and painted by Dod?e & Castle, ; J if/rm
Ww Yirrk mrvct nntoH crpnir* artists; !
' A specially constructed 60 foot bagage : o, ,
car is required to transport the pro- i kjltslz
dT?n' ,. (? ? ? . ! with t]
i .It is a very difficult matter to properly
c"s't a drr.rwaitized novel but so ' brim ;
careful has the stasre director been ;
in casting "The Prodigal Judge" tf.-.at O F C
to those who h^r e read the book and
are familiar v;ith the ch aracters and crown
illustrations of the story, it is not dX frcult
to distinguish the different art- IIlCllL
: ists who portray fcne parts as thev are
seen on the streets. To accomplish i " 1
i'tHs, ''nundreds of actors were inter- j m^TlV
Viewed during the sumimer and the j /
cast finally selected are as near living i SclilllP
! 'prototypes of Mr. Kester's characters I I
I (as it is possible to secure. 200CI
i The scenic mountings were also! Q(
made from sketches made on tJce
; ground where the action is supposed i "XJl/Vv
to have occurred, and every little de-!
: tail that goes to make up a perfect n
. performance has been carefully at- Ol
Of the Condition of The National Bank :
of Newberry, S. C. at Newberry, in
the Stfcte of South Carolina, at the
close of business, October 31st, i
I 19U- I |j. II i
! Resources, '
Loans and Discounts $295,300.00
Overdrafts, secured and un- j JL ?"^
secured 621.58 AS
U. S. Bonds deposited to se- ?
cure circulation 100,000.00 1
To secure pastol savings... 2,000.00 A
| Bonds, securities, etc., (oth Y1J7
^ j er than stocks) 11,938.48 lJ|/?
; All other stocks 500.00 11 y
i Baling house, furniture,
j and fixtures 10,000.00 j j
Other real estate ovned... 23,200.00 Jl*
j Due from .National banks
(not reserve agents) ... 3,599.99
; Due from State and private mix
; banks and bankers, trust _
companies, and savings.. 7,415.24 ? 'J
Due from approved reserve
j agents in central cities.. 7,164.19
Checks and other cash
i items 164.45
1 Notes of other National
| banks ... 1,905.00 Fractional
j nickels, and cents '316.13 MADpfil Ij
; Lawful money reserve in jiit/fll UJjf
I bank, -viz: j i
o ; ? c- QUO O" i
; oyecie y-j,~\nrI i
es 1,691.00 6,900.25 ;
Redemption fund with U. S. John II. Faiso
! treasurer (5 per cent of ! but Finds Q
circulation) ..." 400.00 '
Total $471,425.51 ; John H. Fais
Liabilities. Norfolk, Va., w;
Capital stock paid in ...$100,000.00 and intestinal
Surplus tuna <5,uuu.uv time, nis maj
i Undivided profits, less ex- worn out and e
' penses and taxes paid... 2,713.05 He toow Ma
: National 'bank notes out- ach Remedy ar
j standing- 100,000.00 dose felt impnr
1 Due to State and private j "Your wondei
banks and bankers 323.62 really marveloi
Dividends unpaid * 364.94 , better each day
.Individual deposits suibject ! man out of me.
i. to check 176,-$62.35 ing saved me f
V^acm^l O tliuvivo vuiwwwiju uivyii.
! ing 1.138.42 J Mr. Faison's
Postal savings deposits ... 2'u.lZ thousands o: o
Bills payable, including ob- | Mayr's Wonder
money borrowed I with such asto
ligations representing : first dose will
. Viewed -000.00 j
LiifDOiiiiies ol'..er xncin ii-ose NOTICE OF
j stated above unearned COU1
- ; discount 7,166.00 Writ(ten appl?
I ~ the county home
i Total $471,425.51 ke reCeived unti
n fais i STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, on which date .
-tain-I C?Unty * NeWb rry' SS: ed. For full in
; I, R. D. (Smith, cashier of the above ber of ^ cou
B ux named bank, do solemnly swear that sions Qr itg cle
Dn in the above statement is true to the
gov- best of my knowledge and belie!:'.
merit ! R. D. Smith,
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iC-asmer. | ?
; Subscribed and sworrtf to before NOTICE TO C
Tonic 130 ^ ^ovem^er' 1914. The regular r
B. A. Dominick, county board of
teiess | Notary Public. held Monday, N
as a , Correst attest: of Saturday, D(
frQf: B. C. Matthews, sons having c."
)rives Weeks, any kind whate
and Geo. S. Mower, will present th<
^nts. Directors. they may be act
\oh Soft Hat style preference,
he new style whatever shape,
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: sloping you prefer, you
, new treat- can see i:- *ts
Df band. best in a Stetson.
e of the Better than ever,
that we are we are ready for
r so fast to you-with the assortrlrecserc
of ment of new Fall Stetaressers
. or sQns to choose from>
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J Come in today?see
atever your for yourself.
immer Brothers Company
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Erected by United States
artment of Agriculture.
! Have Official Solution.
Pint 25c. Enough to
with 12 gailons water.
der & Weeks.
The Right Drug Store.
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[ MAN SAYS STOMACH REMEDY
MADE HIM FEEL "LIKE NEW MAN"
n Suffers Long: Time not a long treatment.
nick Restorative at j Maj'r's Wonderful Stomach Remedy
Last, i is known all over Hie United States.
j I: clears the digestive tract of mu;on
of 813 Fourtli St., ' coid accretions and removes poisonas
p victim of stomach ousymatter. It brings swift relief to
trhuhlp<? fnr a lone sufferers from stomach, liver and
[ady made him feel bowel troubles. Many declare it has
(wak. j saved them from dangerous operayr's
"Wonderful Stom- tions; many are sure that it has savid
from the very first ed their lives.
red. He wrote: j We want all people who have chron ful
stomach remedy is ic stomach trouble or constipation, nous
and I am feeling matter of how long standing, to try
. It has made a new one dose of Mayr's "Wonderful StomI
thank you for hav- ach Remedy?one dose will convince
rom a surgical opera- you. This is the medicine so many of
| our people have been taking with surexperience
was like prising results. The most thorough
fhprq n-ho have taken system cleanser we ever sold. Mayr's
ful Stomach Remedy : Wonderful Ctomach Remedy is now
nishing results. The sold here by "Gilder & Weeks and
convince?and it is druggists everywhere."
ELECTION" KEEPER ent supervisor goes out of office.
STY HOME. Jno. H. Cftappell,
ications for keeper of County Supervisor,
for the year 1915 will H-6-4t-ltawf
1 November 14th, nevt, | m
a keeper will be elect- j \OTIfE TO JURORS.
Iformaition see a mem- i ,
nty board of commis- I At a meeting d? ^ Newberry bar,
rk held November 2nd, 1914, it was det
h Chap-pell cided that n0- jury cases would 1)6
County Supervisor. tried at the. November term of common
pleas court, which will convene
i, at Newberry the 16 instant. Therefore
OUXTY CIADIANTS. jurors drawn for said court need not ^
nonthly meeting of the ( attend.
commissioners will be 1 Jno. C. Goggans,
ovenuber 30th,. instead C. C. C. P.
member 6th. All per- ! November 54fh, 1914.
[aims or demands of T~ ~ ~~ . . _
ver against ?he county ? f'les ^uref 6 5? U
Your druggist will refund money if PAZO
em at this meeting SO OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching,
, , . Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6to 14 days.
-ed on DetOre tne pr S- Xhe first application gives Ease and Rest. 50c.