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Htie jjerolll and jess.
Entered at the Postoffice at New*rry,
S. C., as 2nd class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Tuesday, July 13, 1915.
We are pleased to see that Mr. Lewis
Parker is going into t)'.:e cotton
: anufacturing business again. It must
i~ean that Jiis- health has been restored.
I.~e is too good a man and 'too good a
jsiness man long to remain out of
the active field. We are pleased to
i;3e that Mr. Parker is able to get back
i jto the active business of cotton mani
A press dispatch states that tine city
: uthorities of Waco, Texas, have
; iopted cotton suits for the police uni*;>rms.
They are cool and will look
i :ce and help to consume some of the!
< otton, and if adopted by all of the
i "ties would help very much to con
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? at adapt cotton uniforms for tf.:e po.
ce of Newberry. They would be
Landsome in such suits.
A committee of fourteen citizens has
? :aranteed a Chautauqua for the latter
part of July. In connection with
r.;is there are to be, educational rally
tn the first day and farmers' rally on
i.he second day and on the third day'
a' town booster meeting.
iTfce season ticket will be only $1.50
end this is one occasion when it is
uesired to bring all the people of the
?own and county together, when we
: re to forget everything else and talk;
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?' autau<jua, and the other features of
Tie crops will be finished by that
t'me and it is expected to have the
; eople from the country come to town
ofld have a good time with their breth:en
and sisters in the town.
Let every one get ready for this oc^asion.
Make your arrangements to
?~ke off three days and forget the war
: n<* the higfa price of living and take
little recreacion and be entertained
i nfi amused and instructed at the same
i me. The dates are 29, 30 and 31.
< APITAL COMMENT AM)
NOTES ON LITE TOPICS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1.)
Governor Blease. At it is, the newsaper
comment is very sparse?in fact,
:: has not been noticeable at all. The
l icts in this case serve to show-,
ironger than any argument could, tfte
extreme unfairness exhibited towards
e administration of Governor Blease
in all this "law and order" talk.
The final decision of the governor of
Jc-nnsylvania is expected shortly.
Hearings Before Judge Watt*,
The constitutionality of the act ere
r ling the tax commission, ana the pow'
s of the commission under the act,
if i*t be fceld constitutional, will be
sted before Associate Justice R. C.
Watts at Laurens, on July 22, when the
mmission is required to show cause
vhy a temporary injunction restraing
the commission, issued on the peion
of the banks of the State, should
y- .i be made permanent. The points
r ised in the contention of the banks
r e numerous, and a &ard legal figfct
Associate Justice Watts on next
' hursday will hear an application for
4i'l IV/1 n w
' ifh participation in the Winnsboro
' -agedy. Isenhower is now confined
the Stare penitentiary. He is rep?
"sented by former Governor Blease.
(hers charged with participation in
've scooting which resulted in the
'^ath of Sheriff Hood and others, are
* ^nfined in the penitentiary, but, so
f~r as is known, no steps have yet
"en taken in the mar.ter of securing
1 ail for them.
Senator McLaurin, State warehouse
' -mmissioner, addressed the joint agcultural
committees of the Georgia
1 gislature the past week, by special;
ni7P<?t nn warehouse legislation I
-nding before the Georgia legislature.'
? has consented to return to Atlanta
*rter to address the general assembly,
'd also to go to Alabama to address
' e legislature of that State. An Asso-j
' 'ated Press dispatch from Washingn
shows the importance of the exIng
State warehouse systems and
- c action being taken by Georgia and
* labama. Officials in Washington," it
< lys, "who do not wisti to see condins
this year such as confronted cot+
n producers last year, pxp anxiously
t. atciing for warehouse legislation in1
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Georgia and Alabama. It was pointed
; out tonight, that Texas, Louisiana and
South Carolina had laws which make i
warehouse receipts paramount liens
against cotton on whicfc loans are
made, and that bankers do not fear to I
lend money on the security of such ;
receints in thosp States. Georgia and
j Alabama so far have not enacted such
i Mr. W. P. G. Harding of the federal
reserve board, who has characterized
South Carolina's warehouse system as ,
being "far in advance of anything at-;
tempted by any other Southern State,
and a model system," is in close couch
with the situation.
rThere is a constantly increasing de- ;
mand for relief from the action of
England tying up cotton exports. The
South faces a serious situation tM?
fall, and it is vitally important ith*t
preparation be made to meet the1
THE SEWS OF PROSPERITY. |
Thos. E. Hair to Lecture Friday, July
30, in Town Hall?.Personal
Special to The Herald and News.
Prosperity, July 12.?Some' four
years ago, a youth was inspired to be
gin the climb of the ladder of success.
Two years later he left his native
home?then a boy of 15?and went
to Chicago, where he has been studying
day and night, preparing himself
for his life work. A few days ago
this same young man, Thomas E. Hair,
came home to rest and exchange
greetings with frien ls and loved ones.
He has consented to give a talk at
the town hall, Prosperity, Friday
evening, July 16, 8:30, for the benefit
? ? +Vk rs. T5 V* rvo t
Ui Lilt; px iHI<2.1 y ucpai LUiciit lu iuc jt i w
perity High school. His subject will
1A1 amusical program will be given
in connection with his talk. A large
crowd is expected, for everybody is
anxious to hear "Tom Hair.'Admission
fee 10c; children under
Friday afternoon the Newberry chapter,
Winthmrop Daughters, met with
the Prosperity Daughters at Mrs. M. I
^ "?r - > f
The home was artistically decorated
for the occasion.. The porch columns
were wrapped in college colors, garnet
and gold, and from a bower of
ferns and red geraniums punch was
served by Misses Irene Curlee of
Winnsboro, Mary D. Hunter and Marguerite
Wise (Winthrop situdents>.
The hall where the receiving line
stood was beautiful in its simplicity 1
of shasta daisies and Winthrop penants.
The following were in the receiving
line: Mrs. M. C. Morris,
Misses Willie Mae Wise, Ethel Counts, \
Isoline Wyche, Grace Reagin, Annie j
Big Cut F
this week as
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specialist on all kinds of st
rors as well as hypermetro
a. 11 _1_
positively guarantee an gia
more to give entire satisfac
P. C. JEA1
Lee Langford and Charlotte Brown of
Abbeville. The guests were then invited
into the parlor, where a business
meeting was held. Miss Bess Bunon ;
of .Newberry presiding. Miss Evans i
of Xewberry entertained with everal ;
humorous readings. Here the colcr j
scheme was yellow and red. An ice i
course was served. During 'the as- j
cpmhlino- nf ffiipstc qtiH cprvin? nf TP- I
freshments Miss Ruby Wheeler fur- j
nished many muical selections from j
Miss Tena Wise entertained Monday j
evening in honor of Miss Charlotte j
Brown of Abbeville. An ice course j
was served by (Misses Nellie Wfise and j
Misses Annie and Mary Frances Kib- j
ler of Newberry are the guests of Mrs. j
0. B. Simpson.
Mrs. J. E. Hunter of Clemson col- j
lege and Miss Sara Mae Haynes of j
High. Point, N. C., are "visiting Mr. and
Mrs. L. S. Bowers.
Mr. and (Mrs. Whitman Duncan of j
Columbia spent Sunday with Mrs. Vlr- j
Mrs. L. IT. Brown of Spencer, X. C.,'
s ft r> TT V* 1 1 V? A?? AT?
ib fcprnumg <x w ?ilii iici ciotci, 1
Mrs. E. 0. Counts.
Miss Genia Wheeler has returned to j
Newberry after a visit to Miss Ruby
Miss Marguerite Wise spent the
week-end in Little Mountain.
Mrs. Ida Boozer of Newberry Iras'
been visiting Mrs. R. L. Luther.
Mrs. J. I. Oxford leaves Wednesday j
for Carrollton, Ga? after having spent
several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. i
G. W. Harmon.
Miss Essie Black spent Monday in
Mr. F. N. :Calmes is visiting in Little
Yisiting in "Another County.
JMiss Saluda Belle Blease of Newberry
visited relatives in Saluda this
Prof, and Mre. J. M. Bedenbaugn,
who are spending the summer in Pros- J
perity, spent Sunday and Monday in
Saluda. , Eugene
S. Blease of Newberry was;
in town tfcis week.
Peter Kempson of Silverstreet, Route
1, was in town Tuesday.
W. E. Leopard of Chappells 2 was in :
Mr. and Mrs. Olen Dennis epent the !
week-end with relatives in Prosperity. !
wneoever Yoa Need a General Tool:
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives j
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and I
Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.
'rice Sale I
you will find
there by the
a_ r *j._ __j -
ud rnaay ana oaiuraay
July 16th and 17th
i Dr. Whittemore
the eye specialist from
the O. L. Walter Optical
Co. of Columbia, S.
C. will be at our store.
Dr. Whittemore is a
igmatism and muscular erpia
and myopia and we
sses fitted by Dr. Whitt:tion.
NS & CO.
Make your porch co
Fruit Jars Extrc
Cans Best Good
When West-Martin Co
111 7 _ _ m m AT
lhe Knives Have
The Cutting St
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Biggest iu aays Clearance
this ad through and come ]
advertised prices. Every a
50c Crepe de Chine, guaranteed h ilf silk,
all colors at 25c
s>n in Pnnctp>p- Clillr nlain or ficrnrpH
/ *" Tuvalu
e at yard ., 19c
27 in Sillc Poplins, all colors, 50c values,
at yard 39c
36 inch Messaline Silk, all colors, worth
$1.00 at yard 79c
36 ipch soft Taffeta Silk, won't split, $1.25
value, at yard 59c
32 in Embroidered Crepe, 25c value, yd 18c
27 in mercerized Poplins, 25c values, yd 15c
32 inch Printed Batiste, pretty designs,
light and dark grounds, 15c value at yd.. 10c
40 in figured Organdies, fine quality, 25c
value, at yd 19c
if\ in Palm Bearh Suit in?. devalue. vd 20c
O ~ o' ?-?? ' ^
36 in strictly half Linen at 10c
36 in extra fine Brown Linen, 35c value,
at yard 20c
27 in Printed Prepeson white ground, I2^c
value. at yard
32 in Embroidered Crepe, worth 25c, at
On our 5c counter we have put remnants
from all over the store, 10 and 15c values, at
choice the yard... 5c
Children's Wash Dresses
Children's Ginghams Wash Dresses, stylish
patterns, -worth $1 25 at only 75c
Children's Percale Dresses, fast colors,
worth 75c, at only 39c
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Misses Miaay ijiouses, sizes c 10 id yeais,
$1.25 value, at 79c
Misses' Middy Blouses, good quality, $1.00
value, at 48c
Children's Rompers, good values at 25c
| Ladies' Shirt Waists
15 dozen Ladies' Shirt Waists, well made,
$1.00 value, at 45c
1- TT7 1 " _ _1 T T7_;1_ 3
20 aoz waists m sneer l^awii, vunc y.uu
Organdie, short or long sleeves, $2.00 values,
at only 89c
Beautiful Crepe de Chine Waists, $3.50
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CIa ^ a
: cii ijuaues
a! on/1 rap h*a*a w?
U11U CV/^lUUV^Ut TV c
in all sizes,
i T nns Rubbers
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s Lowest Prices
. says it's Oak it's Oak
n ni 1
arts in Earnest
jaic in uui uidiurj. i\cau
prepared to buy goods at
rticle in the house reduced
40 in White Lawn, :5c value, at yd. . . 8^sc
32 in White Lawn, fine and smooth quality,
ioc value, yard 6^c
36 in bleached Pajama Checks, i2>?c value,
at yard 7c
36 in English Nainsook, very fine, 25c
value, at yard 15c
36 inch White Seed Voile, worth 35c, , f
at yard *. 19c
27 inch Sheer White Dimity, 20c value,
at varrl 10c
4-0 inch White Voile, 25c quality, at yd 15c
27 inch small and uide welt Pique at 15c
32 inch White Lawn, fine quality, striped
or check, 10c value, at yard 5c
Men's Collars and Ties
100 doz Men's Linen Collars at 5c, 10c 15c
50 doz Men's Silk Ties, regular 50c value,
at only 25c
Our Men 's furnishing department is complete
in every respect.
32 inch Dress Ginghams, solid, fancy plaids
and Stripes, worth i2^cat
Light and dark Calicoes, fast colors at.. 5c
1,000 yds Apron Ginghams, heavy quality,
8c kind, at 5c
Smooth quality 38 in Sea Island, free from
motes, at 5c
30 in heavy Blue Denim, worth 15c, at 10c
A. C. A. Bed Ticking, worth 25c at yd 15c
1 case Androscoggin Bleaching at yd.... 8c
1 case Southern Silk Cheviots at yd..7^c
Ladies' fine quality Gauze Vests at
5c, 8c and 12c
Union Suits for Boys at 22c
"Pcrosknit" Shirts and Drawers for men
Irvnrr r>r dirvrt IpncrtlK flt. 22C
aau u\jjo, vi K/uwAw ^ %... - - - -
B. V. D. Shirts and Drawers at 4.3c
B. V. D. Union Suits at 89c
All Low Cut Shoes Must Go
During this sale we will take any reasonable
offer on all summer footwear in the store.
A large stock to select from. All new and
stylish. If in need of Shoes now is the time
and this the place.
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