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.Tuesday, November 2? 1915.
At a^y :ate, nobody lost anything
on tlie football game in Columbia yesterday
? Greenwood Journal.
Surely you -?o not intend even to intimate
or suggest that any one would
famble on foot hall. And that, too,
right in Columl is. and the governor occupying
a box seat. Perish the thought.
The Pickens Sentinel says. "The
other day we heard a fellow say that
between the legislators and the agitators
about the only liberty a poor
man had left was to go all-day singing/'
It looks that way, and we
wouldn't be a bit surprised if some legislator
doesn't try to abolish the allday
singings next January.?Spartanburg
And there are those who would not
permit us to whistle. Everything must
be resrularted bv law these days. And i
the trouble with it all is that there are j
so many foolish laws that the best of
citizens violate some law every day
and it results in a disgust and disre*
gard for all law, and lawlessness fol- j
lows. 5 ' j
The snnmafh of winter brines to!
the fore the fellow who brags about j
taking a cold bath every day. Now
if a cold plunge daily is a mark of
good sense, we readily join the ranks j
of the boneheads. When there is no
more hot water, maybe we'll consider
a cold bath?but not till then.?Greenville
News. . !>-. j
We do not believe much in the ef- J
ficiency of the cold plunge either. In'
fact we prefer the hot bath summer
^nd winter. Though we read some^
where not long/ago of a man near the
century mark who took Mis cold plunge
every tnorning and was hale and
| > ReT. E. V. Babb.
Rev. Babh has accepted the call to
the Newberry church and last week
tendered-his resignation to the officers
of the,church here, to take effect January
1st, 1916, or sooner if a pastor
can be secured to take his place. Since
coming to Easley four years ago, the
First Baptist church has made great
progress in many ways under his wise ]
leadership, and it is with profound re-1
gret that the .members give him up, as!
he is a good man and a minister of;
He is a native of Laurens county; a i
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Babb of Dials '
tnxvnchin a eraduate of Purman
university of Greenville and the Collegiate
Theological seminary, New
He has a most estimable wife and a
little toy, and we commend them to the
people of Newberry, whose gain is our
doss, wishing ior mem conunueu prave
and happiness, and in. the end may Bro.
Babb's labors be crowned with a crown
of eternal life.?Easley Progress.
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(Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gambrell have
five daughters and two sons, all married,
and all take The Medium except
one daughter, and it is expected she
"will come into the fold right soon.?
A KVairina ;|fl
That's nothing. Capt. H. H. Folk of
Newberry county was a subscriber to
IThe Herald and News for 50 yea^s and
then we insisted on sending it .to him
without pay, placing him on the honor
roll for five years up to the time of
his death. His five Bone, M. H. Folk,
W. H. Folk, Thos. W. Colk, E. C. Folk
and C. M. Folk, and two of his three
daughters. Mrs. R. C. Perry and !Mrs.
B. S. Derrick, who live in this county
have been subscribers ever since they
set up houses for themselves, and besides
there are several of Capt. Folk's
grandchildren who are subscribers
and the beauty about all of them is
they are prompt payers as was Capt.
Folk. The Herald and News now is
like one of the members of the Folk
There are several other families in
the county of the same "kind.
As the melancholy days draw nigh,
Man groans a groan, and sighs a
And thinks him, with tear-dimmed eye.
Of this immortal lyric:
'The melancholy -days have come.
the saddest of The year.
"When it's a little too hot for whiskey
"And a little too cold for beer."
"Wonder what the editor of the
Greenville New& knows about the sub3ect?
LIFE INSUKASCE MEETING ,
; M. Jtt. Mattison of Anderson Elected
Columbia, Oct. 27.?The sixth an- |lflaj
nual convention of life insurance men, ||J[Ij
neid in Columbia today, was the most
successful in point of attendance andj|
en husiasm manifested in the history
of the organization.
F. H. Hyatt, president, and W. S.
I Hendiey, secretary of the association,
had previously announced that they As c
would retire from office at this meet- ,
ing. therefore the election of officers CTllCLrgi
was among the important matter for - higher
The convention elected the following ,
officers for the ensuing year: Presi- OUT gO(
dent M. M. Mattison, Mutual Benefit, writing
Anderson; vice president, Carroll H.; the TTICI
Jones, Fidelity Mutual, Columbia, and !
Fred 'S. iMunsell, New York Life, Co- VCTy ft
iumbia; secretary-treasurer, IWialter F. TYIOTI tC
Going, Columbia; executive commit- Joofc th
tee, R. H. Ferguson, Prudential, Spari
tanburg, chairman; Louis Sherfesee,
State Mutual of Massachusetts, Greenville;
Mm. M. Carter, Germania Life,
Columbia; C. W. Estes, Southeastern,
Columbia, and William A. Hantske, o4"?n' ^
Metropolitan Life, Columbia. 36-in. S
m 42-in. F
SERVIANS FORCED The at*
ACROSS FRONTIER leading s
Berlin, Oct. 29 (via London).? Comes :
Servian forces oDDOsine: the Teutonic 1
advance on the western border of Ser- Green
via have been thrown across the fron- blue, $4.0
tier east of Visegrad (Bosnia), it was !White I
j officially announced today by German at $2.98
; army headquarters. Advances for the $1.00 ai
Austro-German armies and for the $&50 Cloe
Bulgarian forces in other sectors of ???-?
the Servian front also are recorded. I
The text of the statement regarding 25c Rec
the Servian operation is as follows: 4QC
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".vear -urins&v, soulh 01 visegrau, 20c R -c
the enemy has never drfrven back. 35o
East of that place lie ha3 beeij thrown ,
across the frontier.
"West of the Morava the general
line of Sgarke-tTica-Rudnik-C-umicBatocina
has t>e<en reached. Tal1
"Southeast of Svilajnac enemy posi- 3&c val1
tionson both sides of the Resava were ?
ctr\T-m<^ \fnrp than 1300 prisoners
fell into our hands.
"On the front of Gen Koyadjieff's Beautif
. . . in all col?
army the enemy is weakening. This
army is in pursuit."
Ad Old Veteran. Com S
Last Frcay an old man, tottering an<i laid
with age, was seen plodding along the outing at
road near Gary's. Over his shoulder ~
was a heavy walking stick and on the ^
stick hung a grip, containing, possibly.
all of his earthly belongings. He was
00 "K i n -(| 3
an old soldier and was trying to make
hi- v - to the old soldiers' home in
Columbia. He wac ^-prtaken by Mr.
J. A. Gresham of Greenwood in hie au- Style,
lomobile, who brought the old man to three-fold
Newberry and- left him "at the Savoy excel. CI
hctel. "Mr. Norris, tLe proprietor, kept the late s
; him over night and Saturday sent him tects wiu
in charge of hi; porter to the union Salon tor
passenger station, where a ticket was imported
purchased for the poor old fellow to double.
Columbia. the differ
While waiting for the arrival of the copy. W<
train he eluded the porter and was not ularly frc
seen afterwards. It is not known ers and c
whether he reached Columbia or not. models f:
He gave his name at the Savoy as J. F. ported m<
Bragg of Spartanburg, and said that new sail
he was 76 years of age. shapes, t
1 * ? end to at.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
as administrator of the es- ,A .
tate of Geo. W. Glymph, deceased, will - o
7 <-8c ya
make a final settlement on said estate .
, . . - loc kin
as such administrator in the office or
j the probate judge of Newberry county
on Thursday, Decemger 2, 1915, and
immediately thereafter apply for let- To get
ters dismissory as such administrator.' est ^nd
All nArsnns hnlrtinp' r.lnirriQ acainst. sones ar
said estate will present the same duly ^nis
attested to the undersigned on or before
that date and all persons indebted ne7i ^ea
to said estate will make payment. complete
WM. H. GIST, G
Administrator Geo. W. Glymph, De- Outing
ceased. ? .
Nov. 1, 1915. r , , ,
Lady Wanted?TTo introduce our newj them o\e
fall line of dress eoods in Newberrr. several h
| You simply take orders from the j
large line of samples which we send
to you. We ship you the orders, you !
deliver, collect and send us the! ]
money after taking out 1-4 of the!
amount collected which you keep as ! @1ci
your profit fThe work is easy and
pleasant and you can make $10.00 ? * r\t
to $25.00 weekly. Our line of dress *p J. \Ji
materials appeals especially to ladies
in the smaller towns and you can .^^1 fl
; make a nice income during your Jf J
spare time. "Write at once for fur- H $
ther information. Standard Dress V _
i Goods Co., 2\)0 Tenth St., Binghamp- JL
j ton. X. Y. ll-2-3t j
McCrary School Entertainment.
There will be an entertainment at
the residence of Mr. (T. W. Folk for
the benefit of McCrary School Improve- 1?5U*3
ment association on Friday, November
5, 1915, ,a.tJ8 p.. m. The .public is -coritfiatty
et Me At C
rnr town and State grow in wealth anc
i their ambition for little things. Our
/time n-f nur nenvile. Keevina store tc
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)berry has become an inspiration, and
ods to a higher plane each year. We
r this bit of store news we have in min
rket. Styles dsffer, and to meet the i
evuentlv in order to secure original de
ing in our store to hear customers say
FOR SKIRTS A>D SUITS
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illkennei, $i.zo vaiue, ?7t#c ^
torm Serge, $2.00 value, $1.49 and
torm Serge, 65c value, 38c The
Yench Serge, $1.25 value, 95c best
Dve numbers come in all the Oe
hades. < to *1
Pool Plaids, 65c values, 89c from
in all the wanted colors. price
STRA> LOAKIK S
Plaid Cloaking, also navy
0 value, cut price $2 98 Co
Lstran Cloakings, $4.00 value, ly ^
id $1.25 Cloakings at S9e yd.
ikings at $2.49 ??
WOOL FLANNELS. - Wi
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1 Flannels, cut price l?e ya. / j_*.
1 Flennels, cut price 29c 7^. as "w
1 Flannels, cut price 18c yd. "* 1 righl
1 Flannels, cut price 2Sc yd. 151
Flannels, cut price S9c yd? rib I
-?- 5 to
WHITE FLAXXELS ; ue,
cut price, 29c , _____
Lie, cut price 25e
ul stripes and checks?comes Co
ors, 10c values, at 8 1-Se kind
DARK OUTIXO 15c j
in all the good colors, stripes La
s, 10c value at 8 l-3c. Solid priC(
7 7 .ft*
e them by the wagon loads.
,t 2 1.2c. 12 l-2c kind at 9c
quality and prices are the blac
I reasons why C. & H. hats to s<
ever, exclusive models in all
hapes and trimmings and.ef1
be shown in our Millinery IS
Qorrow. Many are copies of 12
hats that cost more than ' "iq
It is doubtful if you can tell 50
ence between the original and 35
i are receiving shipments reg- ?
>m America's leading design- .
>ur milliners are reproducing
rom the most exclusive im- _
>dels. Popular tricones, novel
nv cfFppts larsrf* and small B1
urbans. In fact almost no I sale
tractive styles. |
GWOHAMS J A
12 l-2c kind, sale price sale
d at 10c. 20c .tind at 12 l-2c
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the most of fashion, the new- $<5
correct idea in. dress aoces- coms
e very important. They add blac;
hing touch to one's costume. $2
a very careful study of the $2
,s and our stocks are very
OWXS AND SKIRTS best
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<iowns ana &Jiins ior v?w
ss. Will close out on 500 lot and
half price. Come and look Ac
r and you will likely carry will
ur customers have not <
orate stock in Newberri
0,000 stock from wnich
i y nwrif i
1L1S VV LjbL <
[ Main St.
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aldwell & I
: Growing St
? population its progressive and pre
determination is backed by an am
)day is a study of psycology. Our
we have accomplished a great dew
find discrimination to our growing
d Ladies'' Coat Suits. There are
vants of the particular women, Mi
signs in our tailor-made Coat Suit
\ "They have the smartest clothes
.dies Ribbed Vests and Pants, 25c
35c kind go in the big sale at 19c.
50c and 65c kind for 39c each. The
that can be had for the money,
te Lot of Coat Suits and Cents, up
ie minute in style. Prices range
i $10 to $80. Ask to see them,- the
?s are right.
>0. 3 tOT
at Suit a little off in style. formerDid
as high as $20 and $25; your
:e for $2.98 and $3.98. Ask to see
)SE! HOSE! HOSE!
i have them by the car load.
n't fail to visit us in the hose line,
re have them and have the prices
t. ..V .
c heavy rib, sale price 10c. Medium
J..S. Soldier Stockings, sizes from
9 1-2, 15c kind, sale price lOe.
and 12 l-2c rib hose, sale price
ns, the best Kind, 5c kind, sale 4c ,
fety Pins, 5c, sale price 4c
imbs, 10c kind, sale price 5?? 25c
, sale price 19c
in's Handkerchiefs, 10c kind, sale
: 5c; 12 l-2c kind, sale p ice 8 l-3c;
rind, sale price 10c
.dies All Linen Handkerchiefs, sale f
> 6 far 25c
spools Coats Cotton for 25c
Style Up to Now.
>rduroy in all tlie colors. Black
white, check, plain, navy and
k, in all the wanted styles; ask
c kind, sale price, 12 l-2c
l-2c kind, sale price, 10c
c kind, sale price 6 l-2c
c kind, sale price S3 l-3c
c kind, sale price 19c
MIEN'S AND BOYS' COLLARS
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c Kind at i i-zc; xuc Kina at
ue, figures and p!ain, 5c values,
price 8c yard
little off in style; value up to $8.50,
price of the lot 9Se and $1.98
NEW SILK DRESSES
lk Poplin, $1-0.00 values, sale $o.9o
BLANKETS AND COMEORTS
.00 plaid kind, sale price $3.98;
es ill rea ana Diacn, gr?t,y <uu
k, blue and white, pink and white.
.00 kind in gray, sale price $1.49
.50 kind, white and pink, sale $1.79
*K TO SEE OUE LISES FINISH
ing, the new kind of goods, the
that ever has been thrown out
a counter for the money, 12 l-2c
15c values, sale price 9c yard
>k to see them and I am sure you
Mrrv snme of them homeward
only the benefit of
y, but also our big Col
to select. No bigger )
n iii* tii
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>sperous citizens broaden and
ibition to keep pace with the
aspiration to be the best store
I by listing the character of
) business very essential. In
many kmds of materia} on
\ Caldwell goes to New York ^
:s, It is a remarkably comin
the city" So come and *
WOOL SCARFS AND SHAWLS
50c and 75c kind, sale price only 38c
25c and 35c kind, sale price 19c
WOOL CAPS AXD TOPES Almost
at your own price; all we,
ask is a look.
DOST FAIL TO SEE
Our big box of Remnants; anything in
the box at 4c yard
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MES'S DRESS SHIRTS
The best Shirts tfiat ever were
thrown out over a counter for the
money; <oc values, sale price all . |
we ask is a look and you will likely
carry several homeward with you. ' -T
LADIES & CHILDREN'S SWEATERS
We have them by the hundred. Why ,
: not keep warm?
The prices are right. ?
MEM SUSPENDERS \ i, '> t j
15c kind at 8 l-3e; 50c kind at l#cV
T5.iiofai> TiTx_*n fVtja onioMn+Afl/1 lrin/?
x/i VTTiiCp UUbVVU iViUVi f
25c kindf sale price 19e
15c kind 12 l-2c
$1.00 Silk Hose, sale price 45e pair
LADIES' SILK HOSE
50c kind, at 25c
75c kind at 49c
$1.00 kind at 89c
$1.50 kind at $1.25
Ladies La France; values up to $4.00,
clean out ?ale for $1.79 pair
W. L. Dougiae, clean out sale, values
up to $4.(HV sale price $2.48
$2.00 kind for 69? ,< "
$1.50 kind for 49e 1 4
$3.00 kind for $235 I
$5.50 kind for $8.98 I
Colors are green, blue red, black.
We have a lovely petticoat, navy blue
with pink rosebuds in it. Ask to see .< ,
this novelty. :
$1.50 kind for 98c; the guaranteed
kind; guaranteed by us as well as the
GISGHAM D BESSES
t1 rtA IHnH 'fnr lririf} for 25t?
$1.25 kind for 69c; don't fail to see * :
this lot. *" v *
SPORT COATS ;
The newest, just out from New York. "
Ask to see the line-through. * ''
MEDIUM AND LONG COATS
We have them, and the prices right.
Don't fail to see the line. . t " '
NO 2 LOT, < '
Coat Suits a little off in style, formerly
sold $25 and $30; we say take "
choice of any in the lot at $5.00
selection from our
uw-bia store with a
firm in all Carolina
Manager. I j
Newberry, S. C. |