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Entered at th^ Postcffice ar NewS.
C., as 2nd class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Tuesday, November 23. 191.",.
REFERRED TO R, R. COMMISSION.
We notice from the Columbia papers
that the mayor and citizens and the
rail mart commission are trying to raise
a little row because the C. X. & L.
railroad has no passenger station a;
the Gervais street terminal. 'Whether
the purpose is to make the C. X. & L.
run its morning train into the Union
station, or make it put up a pas-J
senger station at Gervais street or
not, we do not know.
Really there is very little need of a
passenger station at the Gervais street,
and we are satisfied that the very great
majority of the people who use this
train would much rather have it stop
at Gervais street without any further
accommodations than to have to lose
the time necessary to go around to
the Union station. In fact, we do not
believe there is a demand from the
people who u^e this train for any
changes or additions. It has served
the people of the Dutch Fork for twenty-five
years and the people who use
it are satisfied with it, and the commission
would do well to let well
enough alone. iThe train is^lways ready
to receive passengers at least 25 or (30
minutes before the time to depart, and
it is just as comfortable as a station
would be, and then the passengers are
on when they go down to the station
aud have no further trouble. And
on the arrival of the train there is always
a street car ready to receive the
and hacks and automobiles.
and there is no need for a station then
In fact, the traveler is saved at least
an hour by getting off and on at Gervais.
And a great many of the passengers
cn the morning and afternoon"
trains on this road get off and on at
If tVio io rPflllv
ii tut lam v?u vyuiuiivwiwu ?o ,
anxious to do something that will help j
and be an accommodation to the trav- j
eling public let thrm take up with thr j
C. & W. IC. railroad the matter of haul- j
ing the afternoon train from Colum\
bia to Laurens on to Greenville, as it
did for a long time. That would give
the Greenville people the opportunity
to come to Columbia in the morning
and spend the day and return the same!
afternoon. That would help some and
be a convenience to a great many traveling
people and the public generally.
We hope the papers at I^aurens and
Greenville will take this matter up and
call the attention of the railroad commission
to it. It may be that the commission
does not know that this con
nection has been broken for about a
If you have not secured your space
in the anniversary edition of The Terald
and News you had better do so
at once, as the paper will be mailed
out in a few days. <This is going to
be a great paper and you do not want
> to be left out. We are trying to see
every one personally, but that will be
a physical impossibility, and yet we
want every one to know rnat we will
be pleased to have an ad from him.
And you, can get it by calling at the
office if we fail to see' you.
One negro kills two white men in
Marlboro and two white men kill each
other in Bamberg and the biggest
criminal- docket at Newberry in years.
THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY
Thanksgiving Service at Grace Church.
Policeman Richardson Carries?Personal.
Special to The Herald and News. . ..i
Prosperity, Nov. 22.?4\lrs. J. A. Baker
has as her guest Misses Mae and
Ptarl Connelly of Ninety Six.
Miss Annie Moseley of aBtesburg
will spend Thanksgiving at home.
Misses Minnie Amick of Newberry
and Glady; Miller of Little Mountain
and Mr. Calhoun Harmon of Newberry
spent the week-end at the home
of Rev. J. B. Harmon.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert rvieGraw of
Newberry spent Sunday with Mrs. N.
E. Oxner. j
Mrs. J. :C. Duncan of BJacksburg is
here on account of the serious ill-'
! ness of her daughter. Mrs. Virgil Kohn.
Mr. W. E Moseley is .-pending a fe\x
j days in Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. .lames Goggans of
in or /I?.? v
j k UiUiilUia ? ill opcuu x 11 unuc^i Uig, ua;
with Dr. and Mrs. C. T. 'vVyclie.
All the teachers of the Prosperity
| school attended the teachers meeting
I in Xewberr.. Saturday.
f Chief of Police Bachman Richardson
! was married Sunday afternoon to i\Iis =
| -.'iola Adams of Pomaria. "We extend
i to them our heartiest congratulations.
TVia T /"V r- * Air? Af nrooji
i lie i-auito ouvirtj ui i ucv.
church will serve an oyster supper
'Thursday evening in the town hall.
Thanksgiving services will be held
at Grace church Thursday morning
Mis>s Y. Genia Harrnan nas gone to
Chappells to visit her sister.
Mr. J. C. Taylor of Batesourg spent
Sunday with his parents, Rev. and Mrs.
I? D To t?l /\r* I
jcj. i . iaj iui .
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wise will return
today from Atlanta.
The war is raging but it doesn't worry
up. So cheer up, the worst is yet
to come, for life is just what we ma.n.c
There is something in store for you.
A jolly dozen from the Jalapa section
have gotten together this fall
and discussed seriously the subject of j
having an aimless life and have de- j
termined to do it 110 longer wherever!
'.V'e came to the conclusion that it is
youth who see visions, who slay the
giants of evil and who dare go up
against all odds for truth's sake.
We were fired with the audacity of
euiuubiai-i 10 ngu-i iiiiu.ie.mui icu j
wrongs, get things out of ruts and j
make some needed additions to our
In order to buy a Grafonola for the
school our first effort was to get
up a play entitled "Valley Farm"
which we are going to present at
Jalapa Graded school .on the evening
of Nov. 26th beginning promptly at 8
We want you all to come- There
will be hundreds there, yet still room
Look for it. Probably it will interest
The play is one which will certainly
please you. It shows typical
country life, scenes and characters
contrasted with the rich, proud, ar
istocratic people of New York. It
is a play with a splendid moral, yet
full of rich humor. It fir -1 provokes |
a lighter then tears.
In another issue we wish to give a
brief synopsis of the play and the
names and description of the various
ITiss Leslie I)rye and
Mr. W. IV. Sclioltz Married.
Of interest to a host of friends in
this city and the Richfield section of
South Carolina, will be the marriage
this evening of Miss Leslie Drye and
Mr. Whitten W. Scholtz, the ceremony
to De penormed m i ryon street i.vietndcist
church, the pastor. Rev. Dr. Mc.
I vir. Scholtz and bride leave at once
for New York, where they will spend
their honeymoon, and returning to
Charlotte will make this city their
Only a few friends will witness the
marriage, both bride and groom pre
[ fernng tne utmost simplicity in the j
There will be no attendants.
'The bride will wear a stylish coat |
suit of dark green broadcloth, withJ
velvet toque, and will carry bride's!
A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James ,
C. Drve of Redfield. S. C.. Miss Drye!
was prominently connected with the j
social life of her town before deciding :
to come to Charlotte and take training.'
as a trained nurse at the Mercy Gen-1
tral hospital. That was five years ago.!
Sne made her way rapidly in her profession
and graduated with high honor j
teing also one of the most popular,
nurses at the hospital. Exceptionally;
pretty and attractive, as well as refined,
and a woman of unusual beauty
, , . i
j: cnaracier, sue commands aamira-1
t:cn and affection. For three years she ^
lias made her home at Mr. and Mrs. j
Henry McAden's, and has been an es-!
sential to them and their lovely little
daughter. Convero, the latter's physi- j
cal being, b^ing her especial care. The .
family is devotedly attached to her.
and her marriage, in a sense, is more
of a distress than a pleasure to them.
Mr. Scholtz is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Eduard Scholtz of East boulevard, extended,
and is associated with his father
in the Scholtz Floral gardens, and
florist business on North Tryon street.
He is a young man of fine business
sense, of personality that wins friends
and a young man whose life is such as '
to command the esteem of the city in '
which he lives. His marriage will be j
an event of interest in this ciiv.?Char-!
Subscribe for The Herald and News.
ALLIED POWERS WILL
S HALT ( KEEK COJWKKfi:
(omim irial blockade Sjifd to Have
Heen Declared Because of Attitude
Paris, Xov. 21.?Havas' agency cor|
respondent con firm- a report t ii at t h vx
(entente lowers have d. dared a comi
i nf firpppp An all
| IllllV-liil M.WV UviUV V? 4 ~ ^ .
: nouncement issued by the British legai
t:'on at Athens is given as follows:
"Because of the attitude by the Hellenic
government in regard to certain
questions touching closely the security
and liberty of action to which the allied
troops have the right under the conditions
of their di:embarkment on Greek
territory the allied powers have deemed
necessary to take certain measures ;
which will ha;e the effect of suspending
the economic and commercial fa- j
cilities which Greece has received from
"It is not the intention of allied powi
ers to constrain Greece to abandon her
neutrality, to maintain which, in their.
eyes, is the best guaranty of her in- j
terests. The allied governments have
been somewhat disturbed by certain
allusions to eventual measures which
if taken by trie Hellenic government
would appear to them to be contradictory
to assurances they have received
"As soon as their doubts on that
subject?due, no doubt, to a misunderstanding?have
been dispelled, the
powers will be happy to remove the
obstacles now opposed to the arrival
of merchandise in Greece and to accord
any facilities which result from
Of the Condition of Wm. Coleman &
Co., Bankers, Located at Whitmire,
S. l\, -:it the close of business >ov,
Loans and discounts ^175,273,35
Overdrafts 875.26 i
Bonds and stocks owned by
the bank 105,000.00
tt? 14. ? j cnr; I
r ui iiiLuie ctxiu uuv.uu
Due from banks and bankers 22 937.59 i
Gold 40.00 |
oil?er and other minor coin 216.12
Checks and cash items 12.42 j
Other resources, viz: 177.35i
-Prepaid interest 486.35
Undivided profits, less current
expenses and taxes
paid $ 50,259.90
Jue to banks and bankers.. 116.98
Individual depots subject to
to check 114,863.13
Time certificates cf deposit. 18,592.62
o v-11 iv- v-* wV
Notes and bills rediscounted 75,000.00
Bills payable, including certificates
for money borrowed
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Newoerry.?(ss)
Before me came H. C. Leaman, cashier
of the above named bank, who, being
duly sworn, says that the above
and foregoing statement is a true con
dition of said bank, as shown by the
books of said bank.
H. C. Leaman.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 22nd day of Nov., 1915.
T. H. Watson, Notary Public.
DR. I. E. CRIMM
the Well Known Eye
On account of the
many callers, Dr. Crimm will
remain in Newberry until
9afnrrJav Fvpnintr Nov
And will be in his office j
Don't risk or ruin your
eyesight, hy buying cheap
glasses from peddlers, or
incompetent people who never
make a study of the eyes.
Cross eyes straightened with
Dr Primm's prlas.cpy with
out cutting. 1
Glasses at Reasonable Prices.
Office over Mr. Burton's |
real estate office, opposite the ;
Herald and News building.
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Overdrafts, secured and
iveai nutate ?
Cash on hand and in ban
Surplus and Profits
JL^IV menus unpaiu ?
PERMIT us to call y<
the condition and
almost One Hundred Th<
We have loaned moi
is stored at our Warehou
loan freely on other Ban!
j Call to see us with a
time will be glad for you
bookkeeping machine re
Of the condition of the Bank of Pomaria,
located at PomQria. S. C., at
t?:e close of business >Tov. 10, 1915.
! Loans and discounts $ 27,775.84
| Overdrafts 448.73
j Furniture and fixtures 1,984.06
j Banking Louse 1.238.50
| Due from banks and bankers 17?748.85
Silver and other minor coin 144.33
Checks and cash items 111.59
?--x_, ? .j ti'nnnno
| uapitai siui;k. pciiu xu. ?.
Undivided profits, less- current
expenses and taxes
Individual deposits subject
I to check .27,919.96
Savings deposits... 6,166.32
Cashier's checks... 621.00 34,707.28
I Total $51,075.70
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
! County of Newberry?ss.
Before me came Jofnn C. Aull, cashier
of the above named bank, who, being
duly sworn, says that the above and
foregoing statement is a true condition
of said bank, as sT.:own by the
books of said bank.
^ John 0. (Anil, Cashier.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 22nd day of November, 1915.
iThos. A. Setzler,
Notary Public. S. C.
Z. T. Pinner,
R. H. Hipp,
Thos. E. Hentz,
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
7our druggist will refund money if PAZG
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Blind, Bleeding: or Protruding: Piles in 0 to i<? Qays
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CHICHESTER S PILLS
TIIE DIAMOND BRAND.
jL^\ Ladleal AsU your Drojrglst for
Cj i\ LVMU Chl-ebcft-tcr s Diamond Bra?id/i^ >
in Red and Irold rietallic^^^
boxes, sealed with Blue Rii bon. \/
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i'J ~ <Jf DruMjlHt- A if^rCIII.CIIES-TERJ\
t. rV mif'ONO i;RA\l> P1llS,for55
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nt, November 1
-J f D 1 1- Cl.i/v DonL
id ironi ixepon iu jiaic uaim
our attention to the above exo
rapid growth of our Bank; on
Dusand Dollars in excess of
st liberally, and we are still rea
:ses, at the rate of 6 per cent,
ny bankable proposition you m
to inspect the worirings of
Keport of the Condition of the Peoj
the State of South Carolina, at the C
| Loans and discounts (notes held in b;
U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulai
! Stocks, other than Federa I Reserve ba"
Subscription to stock of Federal Reser
Less amount unpaid
Furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Due from Federal Reserve bank
Due from approved reserve agents in J
cago and St. Louis ;
j Due from banks and bankers (not resei
| Checks on banks in same city or town j
1 Outside checks and other cash items..
Fractional currency, nickels and cents
Notes of other national banKs
Federal reserve notes
Lawful money reserve in bank:
Total coin and certificates
T aern 1 _+?>n J or nntoc
\ A iiVtvw ? ' ,
Redemption fund with U. S. treasurer i
per cent, on circulation)
Capital stock paid in
Less current expenses, interest anc
i Circulating noles
Due to banks and bankers (other thai
banks and approved reserve agent
Individual deposits subject to ched
Cashier's checks outstanding
Deposits subject to 30 or more days' nc
Other time deposits
Total of time deposits
State of South Carolina, County of Ne
I, R. T. Pugh, cashier of the at>c
that the above statement is true to t;;
Subscribed and sworn to before me
! this 20th day of Nov., 1915.
E. W. Werts,
\T/\fftt?TT Dll 1 / *
j j. uuiiv.
"Pa, I want an example of a paradox."
"Well, take the subway, my son; it's
an addition to the city and at tbo
same time -substraction.'1
90,866 21 I
.? - $ 50,000.00
ellent statement showing
ir resources amounting to
^LF A MILLION DOL1.1
dy to loan, on cotton tnat
per annum, and will also ;
tay have, ar.d t the same
* i* i 1 1
our wonderful electrical
pie's National Bank, at Prosperity, in
ose of Business >oy. 10, 1915:
ink) $144,070.34 .
tion (par value) 6,250.00
ink stock 4,235.00
i'e bank $1,800.00
- 1,789.48 \
\Tew York, CM
-ve agents) 39,724.55
is reporting bank 604.62
} 31.28 348.48
i noft Aft
[not more than 5
1 taxes paid 1,512.27 2,128.69
i Federal Reserve J
s) 570.17 J
97.84 , I
tice ?... 57,537.77
iwberry. (ss) J
tve named bank, do solemnly swear
e best of my knowledge and belief.
R. T. Pugh, Cashier.
J. A. C. Kibler,
T. A. Dominick, 4 I
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