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||t)e ||erolii and Jems.
fcritered at the Postoffice at Newflwry,
S. C., as 2nd class matter.
IT TI ATTTT. F.DTTOR.
Friday, November 12, 1915.
The French industrial commission ii
in This country to arrange for the pur
chase, after the war, of some $160,000,
000 structural iron and steel and ma
ehinery for industrial supplies. Tn<
allies must expect the war to en<
soon. The Germans have them abou
licked ?.nd they are getting ready t<
ease down. Why not stop the whol<
business now and save many lives tha
will be sacrificed by the continuance
of the fighting.
'The farmers in the ccunty seem tc
be preparing to sow oats and wheat,
in traveling irom one secuuu iu another
we have noticed many fields
where cotton grew this year being
planted in small grain. There does not
seem to be any disposition to save
the cotton land for another crop of
cotton. It would seem that the farm
ers are preparing to diversify and the
good price for cotton- this fall has not
had the effect of losing interest in the
cultivation of the grain crop. This is
right. Mr. J. D. Quattlebaum, who
worked some land down near the residence
of Mi r. J. F.:Wheeler lias already
a beautiful stand of oats in a large
field: And it certainly looks pretty.
If the split log drag had be.-n used o>i
many o: the reads in the county after
the last rain these same roads would
have been beauties now. As it is they
are rough and the bis clay ruts star?
you in the t'ace and dt is no pleasure
to drive over them. If the people could
Snor >>q m<2r?o tr\ coo wlisf J) OTPflt in
sir lament the old drag is they would
use it more. It costs very little for
tbi good work it does. Some arrangerv?i<-kv.+
v,^ moHo trv hnvp
(IliCill O-i-AWU-V* <J iJLlWUV ?. iiiv - V >? v. ^ J
Tviih the farmers along the way to
have them drag the roads regularly
and then pav Jien: a reasonable price
for :he service. Th.-y should not be
expected to do the work for nothing.
Practically every merchant in th?
towns of Whitmire. Little Mountain
Pcmaria ana Prosperity will carry an
ad in our anniversary edition. It is
going to do a great, papti ctuu nu icai
live merchant/'can afford not to ha.e
a place in the picture; As heretofore
stated, we are going to make an ef,
fort to give every merchant in the
county an opportunity to come in. Ii
we should fail to see you, why just
come around to the office and leave the
copy and ihe order for the space you
desire. The time is growing short ana
we are short of force, but we will do j
the best we can. We have no purpose j
or desire to leave any out. Come alongj
and give us your copy. And secure
your space. It will go into every white
home in the county.
NEWS OF LITTLE MOUNTAIN !
Agriculture to be Part of the Required
Course in the High School?
Sspecial to 'The Herald and News.
Little MountaiL Nov. 10.?Rev. J. J
Long is spending the week in .Newberry,
attending the meting of the
Lutheran synod at Newberry college.
Master Harold Hipp of Newberry
spent the week-end with iiis aunt, Miss
Mr. Will Derrick went to Columbia
Monday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Derrick visited
their sons at Newberry college Sunday
Miss Ernestine Wicker spent Saturday
Mr. Horace Shealy left Wednesday
for Newton. X. C. where he will teach.
Miss Annie Mae Gentry spent thf
week-end with Miss Leo Shealy.
tMr. and Mrs. John Ecland visitec
their daughter in Newberry Sunday.
Mr. Roy Young of Fairfax stoppec
over in Little Mountain on his way tc
the rreeting of the synod at Newberr.
Mr. A. X. Roland went to Newbern
todav to attend synod.
Mfss B;-lle Boland of "Columbia wil
spknd Sunday with the home folk
Mr. T. M. Mills visited the Litth
, Mountain high school Tuesday am
made a talk of the importance o
teaching agriculture in the schools. course
in agriculture has been intro
! duced in this school, and every boy
and girl in the high school department
will be required to take it.
R.'.. H. S. Petrea stopped over in
: Little Mountain on his way to XewS
berry and made a talk io the Young
Peoples Missionary society Sunday
I night. His subject was, "The Sourcc
or' Luther's Power." He also conducted
j chapel exercises at the school 'Monday
Meeting1 of Civic Association.
The regular monthly meeting of the
t Civic association will be held at th?
e! residence of Mrs. E. M. Evans, Mon"
Ijday afternoon, November 15, at 4
11 o'clock. The ladies of the town art
D j urgently requested to attend this
meeting. Mrs. Frank Hunter.
? | For washing dishes without wetting
! the hands a California woman has in
vented a mop \vhich may be connected
( with a sink spigot, the water passing
through a soap container.
Z. F. Wright is hereby announced
! for r^-election as mayor of Newberry
I and will abide the rules of the Demo|
FOR ALDEIWAS, WARD 1.
Voters of Ward 1 hereby announce
P. F. Baxter as a candidate for reelection
as alderriian, subject to tiie
rules of the Democratic party.
,]. I). Wicker is hereby announced as
: a candidate for alderman from Ward
Xo. 1 and will abide the rules ci the
Haskell "Wright is hereby announced
j for Alderman for "We.rd 3 and will abide
i the rules of the Democratic primary.
ALDERMAN, WARD 3.
I Robert B. Lominack is hereby an
j f r\v ilriormcin
j ouncea hs a rauuiuaic iui umvimuu
j from "Ward 2 and will abide the rules
of the Democratic primary. x
C. T *Summer is hereby announced
as a candidate for re-election as alderman
from Ward 3 and will abiue ths
rules of the Democratic party.
FOIt ALDEIOIAS. WARD* L
J oil n A. Seim is hereby announce'.
s a candidate for alderman from War J
4 and will abide the rules of the Dem
ocratic primary. &
ALDERjTAX FOR WARD 5.
\\. M. Thomas is hereby announced
as a candidate for election as alderma
1 Ward 5 and will abide the
rules of the Democratic; primary.
V. H. Hardeman is hereby announced
as a candidate for re-election as
alderman ior Wara 5 and will abide
the rul\s of the Democratic primary.
Sam C. Hiller is hereby announced
as a candidate for aldsrman from Ward
\'o. 5 and will abide the rules of the
Democratic primary. Mr. Hiller has
1 J no. ir? +7l Cl TO'rtrVinP' Af rnflds
I LIclU CAjjrucu^c iia
and bridges and would be a valuable
member of the city council.
Henry Brown is hereby announced
as a candidate for alderman from Ward
~ will ohldo fho r*l1p5 of the Pfim
o anu "hi a-wiw / a
SCHOOL TRUSTEE?WARD 4.
L. 0. Eskridgre is hereby announced
| as a candidate for trustee of the graded
I school from Ward 4 and will abide the
rules of the Democratic primary.
) Pricces Matinee and
Mr. Thompson C. Lescer. who was
| born May 2'1% 1SGG, departed this life
i November G, 1915, at the home of Miss
: Sue Minnick, near St. Luke's Lutheran
1 church, in Newberry county. His re-;
mains were laid to rest by the side of |
his departed wife in the St. Luke's;
cemetery in the presence of a large j
. gathering of relatives and friends. In!
| early life he became a member of the
j Associate Reformed Presbyterian;
; church and died in the faith of the
j church. He leaves to mourn their loss I
! j his aged and feeble mother1, two brotn- j
' ers, one sister and two daughters, be-,
sides many relatives and friends.
.1 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
; County of Newberry.
By virtue of the power invested in j
me as administrator of the estate of!
Samuel Brooks, deceased, with will an
: nexed, 1 will sell to the highest bid - [
der, before the court house at New-;
berry 8. C., within the legal hours of j
sales on salesday, tiie first Monday in
All that tract, piece or parcel of
land lying, being and situate in town-!
ship No. 10. Xewberrv county, State of
j South Carolina, containing iorty-nve
(45) acres, more or less, bounded by'
land: of Mrs Sallie Wicker. Mrs. Elvira
Kibler, A. H. Hawkins and probably
Terms of sale: All of the purchase
price to be paid in cash and the pur|
chaser to pay for the necessary pai
r>ers and revenue stamps. As an evidence
of good f ::*th, the purchaser
shall '!rr~ wirh he "rebate judge
immediately upon the premises being
so!d to him ji :y dollars, and in the
even; of said \ urchaser failing to do so
th admin; ?trator shall without further
notice resell said lands at the risk of
the defaulting purchaser, either on th^
isam? sales:lay or on sc:n*e subsequent
' saiesday; and if the purchaser fail to j
cr,Tiiply in full with the t.-rms of the
sale bv il. l.'th duv of December, 191"
: the said fifty dollars shall he forfeited
: a ad -aid 1- iils resold as hereafter dire:
ted vy slid a Ira In: -rater upon the ;
same tr/ms ; ? heretofore provided, j
Possession cf .-ak! }.remises to be ha I
Januar. 1, j ?;2c.
T.# p n^p.r
Administrator of Estate of Samuel
brooks. Vvitii Will Annexed.
November 10, 191".
I? ? I
Leave Your Call
with Big Ben; he'll call you
on the dot at any time you say.
And if you roll over and try
"just-one-more-nap," he'll repeat
his call 30 seconds later
and keep on calling until you' re
I've placed him in the window.
Look at him whenever you go by.
I P. C. JEANS & CO. j j
jreat Stage Success.
Night 10 and 5 cents i
?"^r i. A&fe
A New Ma<
This machine is really
set of steel brains which
ting to work in our accoui
ment. With it we can
figure work faster than
and at the same time
every item in our books i
Help Us Give You Bet!
By the machine metho
positor's account is kep
ALL THE si ME and ti
mistakes such a: e.re unav
other ways of handling fi
The time saving made
the machine gives us an
to improve the service to
ers in eII departments cf
! 1 $6 Uffiiiien
Overurar:?, secure 1 and unseen
| Real Kstate
L'asii liUiid ail : in i>aiiK>
Bags and Twine
Buy your paper bags and
wrapping twine from us.
We have the cigars that j
sell. Give us a call. We
want to please you.
A. 0. Ruff & Co.,
The Wholesale Cigar Store
DR. I. E. CRIMM !
The well known eyesight
specialist will be in Newberry j
until Saturday Nov, 20th.
Dr. Crimm straightens
P ms? Eves with Glasses
without cutting. Don't fail
to consult Dr. Crimm ahout
Office over Mr. Burton's
Real Estate Office, opposite
Herald and News building.
Special to The Heraiu and. News.
Chappells. Xcv. II.?J. .'J. Murran i
spent Thursday in Newberry.
Mr. \V. E. Spearman s*.ent Sunday j
in Wi iiamston with his parents.,
> T - * O f ^ ? ? , c n/in /li Tl O" 3 j
.\L: I . ^ >nr;iicill 10 ojifuuiua
few days in Columbia.
Mr. H. G. Cromley spent Sunday in
Zoar section with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Eunice Allen and Mrs.
W. P. Allen spent Monday in Newberry
Messrs. Pope 'Connelly and Vernon \
Clamp spent Sunday in Batesburg.
Mr. W. R. Smith, Jr., and J. M.
l ' .. . \
:hine at The
r \T 1
a wonderful Everything
we are put,
, It prints <lc
?t,ng depart- ^ ^ ^ ba
handle our fJgures and p
ever before a 11 fkic i? 1
? VA '
be sure that operator simj
is RIGHT. on the keyboi
0i" Service subtracts or p
without t!\e 1*
d, every de- cessary
t in oaiance r T
oidable with i here is ric
. , roughs Bookk
accuracy or t
opportunity Come in
our custom- ,f v/nrlr 5n
the bank. ment.
cia! Bank of Nev
teak that Always Treats You
sed Statement: Nov. St
?458,S65.Si Capital Stock...
ired 12,502.74 Surplus and tin<
16.072 2; ' Dividends unpai
Bills Payable ...
We Are Now Shoi
Including a variety oj
you can easily find a
We nave aiso auucu ?
AND THE WELL
The store for Royal
package outfit. You
sortment of fancy Art (
Come in and see our a
Corsets and Neckwear i
at which we are selling
942 Main Street
Keith spent Monday in Greenwood. f
L\:.r. Geo. D. Brown was in town Monday
on his way to Greenwood. J
Mrs. W. P. Allen left Tuesday, for
Due West, where she will spend sereral.
Mrs. Bland of Mayjfesville fias returned
home after visiting her sister,
Mrs. J. L. Hollo way. j
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is Done Automatically
ites, adds your deposits
lance, subtracts checks,
riats your new balance,
done automatically. The
>ly writes the amounts
ard?the machine shifts
j to column and adds,
>rints the date as desired,
sast attention being neB
and See \[ Work
> method of posting ledg
which equals this Bur:eeping
Machine in either J
id see our new Burroughs
our accounting depart
cherry, ?. C.
h, 1915 1
livided profits 77,789.18
d * 2,069.00
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/ving Some of Our
f New York styles. So i
number of becoming
:o our stock this season
KNOWN LINE OF j
Society cordichet and t
rill find here a new as
joods lor tne coming i
ttractive line of Gloves,
ind the attractive prices 1
Mr. J. P. Moon of Columbia spent
Tuesday night here.
Mr. Mauldin Watkins of Greenwood
spent Saturday and Sunday with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Watkins. ,
Dr. and Mrs. W. 0. Holloway and
Mrs. J. L. Hollo way went to Newberry
Tuesday, making the trip in Dr. Hoiloway's