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||k JerolU and Jems.!
Entered at the Postcffice at Newicrry,
S. C., as 2nd class matter.
E* H. AULL, EDITOR.
Tuesday, October 15, 1915.
'We were at the opera house the
other night, when Graustark was presented,
and it was a fine picture and
the house w-as filled. Mr. Wells puts
on good pictures. But the point we
started out to make is that this time
two chairs gently gave way and one
young lady was quietly let down to
me floor. The other occupant may
(have been a man, v.*e do not know.
l\i^vnr Wright was there, but somehow
he is not heavy enough to be let down
by one of these fine opera chairs, and
yet the young lady who went down
the other night we would say doei not
weigh as much as Mayor Wright, and
yet Mayor Wright tells the manager
of the opera house that the present
chairs are amply sufficient. And good
enough. Well, maybe so, but it would
seem that the old opera house deserves
some little repairs. Ana cerxamiy
people who go there have the right to
be seated at least safely and insured
against the dread of being let down in
the midst of some inspiring picture.
Why not fix the thing up just a little.
UTAn<1pr if tVio ritv nntrmritips know
that there is an ordinance on the statute
books against the running of dogs
at large'Dn the streets if they are r:ot
muzzled. Maybe we are mistaken and
It has been repealed. We understand
that the pictures that Manager Wells
is now putting on are so fine that even
the dogs patronize the show regularly.
At least, they heard of the fame of
Graustark and were out in full force
?? j ? -a M
r naay aiiemooii ami mey got iuiu a
regular row about something, and in
the melee a child was bitten by one of
them. At night Mr. Wills had a placard
on the screen reading, "Xo doge
are allowed in this theater." Wonder
ihow he will keep them out. Tell it to
the police, we suppose. And the po- j
dice win interpret 10 tne ooge.
The Newberry boys are not making
a good start at foot ball, but they can
be glad all the same that there have
been no broken legs, arms and ribs,
and no lives are reported lost.
That was fine charge of Judge Smith
to the grand jury in Charleston. In
fine tone and spirit and it resulted in a
number of true bille being returned.
AVe publish a synonsis of it and it is
i ne cotton gmuers xepui i up iu oc?jtember
2o gives the crop nearly a half
million bales behind last year. Tho
crop is going to be short and the price
can not go lower. A good time for the
farmer to store his cotton and get
money -on it.
The city election is to be held soon.
\ It is about time for the city Democracy
to hold a meeting and arrange for a
primary and adopt rules and appoint
JUdl LCii UAJO C iU >? UiV/U IV
Trie Herald and News at the price of
$1.19 for a whole year. Come right
along. This applies to old and new
Death of Little GirL
Edna Geneva, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. M. E. Fulmer, was born November
28, 1912, and died September 7,
1915. She was 2 years, 9 month and
9 days odl. She leaves to mourn her
death a devoted father and mother,
five sisters, three brothers and a numnAi>
/if rolo tn-Qc- o n ^ frion/lc
Sales .by the Master.
There were only two sales by the
master on Monday. In the case of E.
B. Blease against Dobbins 85 acres!
was bid in by Blease & Bleace, attorneys
for plaintiff, for $770. In Blalock
against Satterwhite one lot in
town to Blease & Blease, attorneys
for plaintiff, $175.
Better a little well kep: than a great
deal forgotten.?Bishop Latimer.
Labor, wide as the earth, has its
summit in heaven.?*Carlyle.
A learned man has always riches in
Fortune makes him a fool whom she
desires to ruin.?Syrus.
The Store th
Styles of th<
Not be Uncle
Come and L
Yes, "dress up
lect apparel tha
One of the fe?
one or two garn
assuring our pat
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us to render this
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models d u plicat<
Just now we :
higher prices tli<
invite your early
Phone or mail ^^|jj
your orders to
us. Phone 40 JOS.
Hindenburg 6S Years Old,
Berlin, October 2.?(By wireless to
Tuckerton, X. J.)?Field Marshal von j
Hindenburg's 68th birthday today was I
celebrated here in a notable way, A j
feature of the celebration was the
driving of nails by 1,000 children in the
"Iron Hindenbnrg.*' the colossal wooden
statue of the field marshal recently
erected, which is being sheathed witii
gold, siker and iron nails bought in
the interest of a fund for rehabilitating
East Prussia. ' I
Whenever You Need a Genera! Ton J;
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
I well known tonic properties of QUININE
i ar4J IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
I out Malaria, Enriches the Blood ana j
j Guilds up the Whole System. 50 cents.
Ah, how unjust to Nature and himself j
T? fhrmcrMlp-c thsnldpss. inconsistent!
man! x ?Young.
fleet Me A
at Keeps in Tou
s World, the St<
jrsold by Anyon
ook Them Over
Goods This W<
educed Price Sal
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t is not commonpla<
itures here is exclusi
nents of a kind are <
rons of exclusiveness
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i ana new i on* coi
> sort of superior stoi
urthermore, you will
;d in any other New
are showing a com;
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unci, individual anu
in you will be asked <
Jp Regardless o
dwell & Haltiwan
, T. HUTCHISON, Manai
LOc.; Children Under 1;
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The human heart finds nowhere
shelter but in mankind.?George Eliot.
Idealize a woman and sfoe doesn't
care if she isn't understood.
You can't reason a man out of anything
he hasn't been reasoned into.
Indolence to the mind is like rust to
CHICHESTER S PILLS I
Xz? Tin: D'A.uOM) BRAND. !
Latllcsl AsU 7I>ruc;rl?t for /x\
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'"V? /RL^jO'STSEVcRVWHEFt |
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
iTour druggist wi'l refund money if PAZC J
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of ItchingBlind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in oto 14 d?ys
The first -.pplicatiou give- Ease and Rest. iCr
ich With the
ore that Will
le. We say
ml/ of Lrfiot
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be careful to se:e
ve styling. Only
:arried in stock.
mection enables |
*e service at no
never see our i
)iete line of new
, different, at no
(Jrtilf i3?4 Main St.
^Vl Men's Dress
Shirts, values 73c
go on sale at 49c
nrnir & - ^
Jtl [ eacn.
^ Years 5c.
World Film Corporation
is J. Selznick, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Man.
The Dsitinguished Artist
^ ?IN? !
WITH ALEC B. FRANCIS
picturization of the successful play
Douglas Murray. The remarkaadventures
of twin brothers ard a
:inating gypsy girl.
,'m. A. l::t} I <. \u
MAT GET SOLDIERS
FROM ITS COLOMES
Proposed That France Recruit 700,000
Men From Among Natives of
Paris, Sept. 11. ? Deputy Pierre,
Masse has prepared for introduction
in the chamber a bill providing that!
natives of French colonies and protec-!
torates be recruited for service in the j
nrmv ft ic PstimntPr! thic sron
would add 700,000 men to the forces in !
the field by next spring.
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System !
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is j
printed on every label, showing it is
Omr.ine and Iron in a tasteless form. !
The Quinine drives out malaiia, the
Iroi Guilds up the system. 50 cents
ii 7 n
Our moderate prices in
a man's purse. The m?
his outfitting here, wili a
money left in his pocl
our clothing is the lint
clothes making and good
prices are never lofty or
reach of the man with a
MONEY IN YOUR POCKET IF 1
Clothes for Boj
THAT STAND THE TEST 0
That's the kind of clothes you g(
Honest cloth, honestly tialored into
no matter what price you pay. We
are much less than you usually pay,
ered. We welcome an inspection.
ALL SIZES AND PRI(
Come in for a look at the new fal
Iing of men's, boys' and children's
ladies' and children's shoes, men's
shirts, underwear, etc.
YOUR SATISFACTION IS
Men's Suspenders, Guyot styJe, z
25c seller. Neat patterns. While t]
yours for per pair Men's
good quality half hose in c<
J Poof rl\ir\ ofloirilaoo nv-i/-^
eil 1U. toUlj Xdo U \jLJ otaiiiivoc aim
Men's white Hemstitched Han
standard size, good quality, an Octo
Men's F. & C. Shirts in neac patte:
roomy size. Sizes 14 to 17. An Octob
1,000 more of those good, plain, v
stitched Handkerchiefs for ladies, ur
While they asfc, each
Men's Four-in-hand Ties, made of
nants of 25c ties. Large assortment
October special *
"THE STORE OF SATISF
ever deplete |
n who buys , I
tlways have A
cet. While ~]j
lit of good J
L value, our V
beyond the j
n ordinary I
foil BOY HERE!
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;t at this store.
clothes, is value. I
have prices that
1 things, consistclothing,
hats, and caps,
i regular I
[ley last, 10c
)lors, black, I
toe Special C. 'I
ber special 3c 4
rns. Full OQ- v I
er special OUC
rhite, hem- 4
liform size. 1 ^ | |
! silk remof
colors. 1 Qc I