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GREENVILLE GETS NEXT
I ITER S. c. CONFERENCE
Methodist Body Meets at Buncombe
Street Church, Greenville?
I>r. Bennett Speaks.
Spartanburg, Nov. 25.?The Upper
South Carolina Methodist conference
in session here today decided to hold
the 1916 conference in Greenville at
Buncombe Street Methodist church.
The work of the Southern Textile
Industrial institute was presented to
the conference t6day in a program arranged
bv the students. After the
meeting the conference was taken to
the institute on special cars and there
entertained at supper.
The anniversary of the board of education
wae held this evening at 8
o'clock. Dr. R. H. Bennett, who conducts
the training school at Emory
university of Atlanta, Ga., made the
address. He paid touching tributes to
Bishop Duncan and made happy remarks
of the relation between VirQrin>/\
ri r* P Onn f
aiiu ouuiu ^aiuiiua.
J. L. Harley is conference evangelist
for this conference. i
E. Myers was located at his own
W. T. Duncan was superannuated. |
Dr. Andrew Sledd of Richmond represented
Emory university, academic '
^ department, at uxrord, ixz., Atlanta
Mo 'Ileal school of Atlanta and the theoligic-al
department of Atlanta.
Dr. Willson moved thanks to Dr.
Bishop Denny's charge to the class 1
of young ministers coming into the,
ministry was of a most unusually high
order. His words were chosen and of
the most timely advice. No one can i
treat divine things light or mechani-1
} oally after such a charge. Don't trifle i
<x v\ aj liiiic. ajli wc m\j wc uv m r
Prof. Gilbert, a teacher of Paine col-1
lege, who accompanied Bichop W. R.
. Lambuth to the heart of Africa, spoke
and took a collection for the lnstitu- j
The report of the Epworth orphanage
showed good work and cause for j
The Upper South Carolina confer-;
ence legal conference was organized)
wrilV D Atr T P D rvnAn Anf t
WJUU cut: o. iwpti, wiu^uw, j
the Rev. J. B. Traywick, first vice pres- |
ident; the Rev. C. C. Herbert, second j
vice president; the Rev. J. M. Stead-!
man, -secretary; the Rev. H. B. Car-!
lisle, treasurer. Managers, H. B. Carlisle,
Je--se W. Boyd, W. M. Jones, J. B..
Humbert,, Geo. W. Sullivan. 1
The conference voted to go to Greenville
in 1916 at the Buncombe Street
church, where the Rev. M. L. Carlisle
i n? Drotnernood was organized wua
Dr. J. 0. Wilson president the Rev.
J. L. Stokes and Judge J. A. McCullough
as vice presidents.
fTbe Rev. D. E. Camak, who has
charge of and made Textile Industrial
institute of this city, is doing a great
work for the boys and girls who have
r.o other choice ."or ?x caucation. He
had 50 of his students at the church
and their own evidence of the work
by precept and ev2.nD'e is enough to
convince the mcs: skeptical. They
are coming to this school from the
poorest homes. A collection of $91.75
was given them.
The School Improvement association
will meet with the Perkins school
Tuesday, December 2. Miss Willie Mae
Wise will be present to organize a
home demonstration association. All
the ladies around in the community
are urgently requested to come and
join. All of you come, you will en
joy it. Committee.
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Those who lorget today seldom remember
n 1 T?T TnT\ A. X T
Season tickets fcr i
$1.25. School children,7
I A RARE
Second Number 1
\E WHERRY BAR THANKS '
SPECIAL JUDGE MeLEOD
Whereas, on account of the illness
of Judge Spain, wi:o was assigned to j
hold the fall courts i'or this county the
Honorable Thomas G. McLeod of Bish-1
opville was duly ar-pointed and commissioned
as special judge to preside
at the court of common pleas begin-;
ning the loth day of November, and
the court of gc-neral sessions beginning
the 22nd day of November, 1915; '<
Whereas, he has performed * the.
duties of judge at both of said courts j
to the entire satisfaction of the bar,'
the officers of court, the jurors and lit
I'.Vhereas, the members of the Newberry
bar desire to express their appreciation
of his services and to have
the same placed of record.
Now, therefore, be it resolved,
First. That the Newberry Bar as- j
sociation hereby tenders its thanks to !
Judge McLeod for the patient, courteous
and untiring zeal which has
characterized the discharge of hi-s du\
ties as presiding judge, and to em.
nhociTo rmr n nnrfviation nf his fair
ness and ability in deciding the delicate
and perplexing questions which
have come before him.
Second. That the secretary of this
association be directefl to forward a
copy of these resolutions to Judge Mo
Leod and thai thf clerk of the court,
be requester to record them in the
minutes of tae court.
>AT GOOD YIN
I> -THE MASTER HASD."
Famous Actor Star of World Film
Thriller Shown at Opera House
Tuesday, November 30.
"The Master Hand" is based on the
play of the same name by Carroll
Fleming. Nat C. Goodwin i? the "good
angel" of the story?a big-hearted, be- i
nevolent man of affairs whose mission
in life -seems to be to straighten out
other people's troubles and make them
Rallston, the villian of the story, has
married a rich widow and wants to get
her out of the way so that he can
spend her money. Hie ally is an un-:
scrupulous woman doctor who drugs
:virs. mansion an<i connives wiin nanstone
and the keeper of a sanitorium
to deprive the poor woman or her lib-i
erty. The plot succeec*.
Ra"l?ton irafls a luxurious life on
his wife s money" and loses her fortune
in speculations. In his difficulties
he goes to a friend, Bigelow, and
the latter agrees to help him. But he
suspects Rallston of perfidy towards
his wife, and discovering that the poor
woman is an inmate of the f^nitarium.
disguises himself and secures her release.
Rallston dies as the result of an automobile
accident, and his wife and
daughter are reunited. The latter then
marries the young man of her choice.
Nat C. Goodwin has a strong and
lovable character part in the pl&y.
There are tremendously exciting
scenes in Wall street; and the part of
the sinister woman doctor is a decid- i
edly strong one. Some very pleasing!
children's scenes lend bright relief to j
tfte drama. And a very 'big and Hand- i
some dog will surely be a favorite with 1
the audiences The automobile acci-1
dent is strikingly realistic.
Holding you right through by its j
strength and conviction of story, its
powerful acting, its thrills, excitements,
surprises and intense human I
interest, ' The Master Hand." with Nat |
!C. Goodwin, is a fitting companion of
"After Dark," "The Cub," "Marrying
Monev" and other recent World film
triumphs. At the op-era house Tues-1
dav. November 30.
DEC 4th |
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emaining four numbers
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r. M. C A. Course !
5ION, 50 CENTS |
LITHE HANS DOWN
\ewberry Wins Battle <M' Thrills?
1'iikcr s Great Dash 45ets Forty
Yards ami Touchdown.
Clinton, Sow 2r?.?Kaker'i run for 40
yards gave X wberry a touchdown and
the game over the Presbyterian Col-,
lege of South Carolina this afternoon
in the last two minutes of play. Six
teen hundred people saw the dramatic;
-c na of a hard fought game, the Lutherans
and Presbyterians reaching
the last minutes of the contest with,
the score 13 to 13.
Thanksgiving day in Clinton was the
propepfy of the rival collegians; Following
the game the N'ewberry team
and student body were entertained ai :
dinner by the Presbyterian college I
and tonight a reception was give* in
A cross-country run for a trophy cup j
offered by the business men of Clinton j
and Newberry featured the day's athletic
program. The cup was won by !
. .ewberry with the Presbyterian college
second and Clemson third. j
The football game was one of thrills :
'Capt. Bell won the toss ana the Presbyterians,
electing to receive, took the
ball down the field to a touchdown
soon after play was begun. Try for
goal failed. Newberry scored in the
second quarter and, missing the goal,
made the score six all. The Lutherans
had the best of the third quarter, scoring
a touchdown and goal afier touchdown.
Early in the fourth quarter the
Presbyterians scored another touch-1
down and the score stood 13 to 13
ii.t wirn two luj.ut it* to pla}\ Baker
got .ivay 'Vr ris Juyard dash to a
Baker and Renken starred for the
Lutherans, while the best work for
the Pesbyterians was coi tributed by
Capt. Bell, McMillan and McPie.
Brice L.E Shealy
Bell L.T.: Renken
McKeown ? L.G Culderly.
M. Woodson C Bowing
Barksdale R.G Wes-singer
Eiciielberger L.T '.Nichols
R. Woodson RE z.\ Shealy
McFie Q.B Taylor
W. Pulton L.H Crotwell
D. Fulton R.H Baker
I .McMillan F.B Gottschalk
, for Renken,, Renken for Brooks.
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WE HAVE the g<
Coat Suits, Ladies' M
wear, Staple and Fa
White Goods, Linens,
Comparisons will p
service. Comparisons of
Come, visit our store, insp
customers. We will not I
; LADIES COAT SUIT SAL
? r-a in rtr^cr 5}t this
Iv^. u t piiv^ai w m WA V*v^A v w v.
as long as we have a suit left (
* 25 new Coat Suits just received,
up to $20, special all this
50 stunning new Coat Suits, ma
are Poplin, Broadcloth and ?
beautifully tailored, with fur,
or buttons, worth up to $30, o
all this week at
WONDERFUL VALUES IN SI
nn - - -in- ? n +>i,
Ioo men "sua i uyiinJ ha i.ii
colors, worth $1.25, at only..
36 inch silk Messaline in all
at only <
I (36 inch -Chiffon Taffeta Silk in <
leading colors, worth $1.50
A big assortment of new Plaid
and Stripes, 27 and 36 inches
at 98c and $1.
LADIES' AXD CHILDREN'S U!
50 dozen children's and misses' t
ed Vests, extra quality, only.
100 dozen Indies' Ribbed Bl<
Vest and Pants, at only 2o
50 dozen Ladies' Ribbed Union
bleached or unbleaciied at
r>0c and 9(
? ! ' * HI P?awn???M?B?gWMWMMMBBBMBWI
Pr"?bvitr!fcii lii It 'or McMillan.
rt-f'o:Ma."r i.Ait?j .in). Umpire !
Duckett (Clemson). Head linesman,
Pillman (Carolina). j
Notice to Creditors A. Richards,1
.vh yt rs U\ii.-s claims against
the estate of.Mrs. Nannie A. Richards,!
deceased, are r-e-qnired and given notice i
to present the same duly probated to j
J. B. Richards, executor of the last !
will and testament of Mrs. X. A. Richards,
deceased, or to file the same in
the proba;e court for Newberry coun-j
tv. ? tai? or C'a x'ica. in which!
c >T?rt t\e tait. v V lid.- been filed and '
Ai: persons indebtt-d to the said Mrs. j
X. A. Richards are required to make
payment to the said J. B. Richards,
J. B. Richards,
Shelton, S. C.
Petulance is a shadow that clouds
tne sunshine of life.
There are many men who are not
strict believers in religion, nor are
they at the same time decidedly sceptical.
CHERAW HAN'S 57 YEARS
OF LONGING NOW EMSEO
TV. W. SPEXCER TELLS TOUCHING
STORY OF LIFE.
Graduated in 1858 at Colombia Broken
Ho.i 1th?Tanlac Gives New
After waging a seemingly hopeless
fight for health from the time he graduated
in 1858 at South Carolina college.
now South Carolina University,
at Columbia, until recently, W. W.
Spencer, a well known and highly respected
citizen of Cheraw, tells in an
open letter how Tanlac, the master
medicine, quickly brought to an end
his search for relief.
(Mr. Spencer graphically tells how
Tanlas almost "rejuvenated" him in
the following correspondence:
"Cheraw, S. C., Nov. 16, 1915.
"Mr Winefield. Columbia. S. C.
"Dear Sir:?I enclose you one dollar
to pay for the evtra bottle of Tanyou
sent two, for which, many thanks,
you sent twoS for which, many thanks, i
I celebrated my eightieth birthday last !
Saturday. I have been handicapped!
all iny lile by weak digestion and;
nervousness, but 'by prudence-'and ab-J
IT PAYS TO
3ods, a big stock, ready 1
Shoes, Shirts, Underwea
isses', and Children's Clo
ncy Notions, Sweater C<
, Flannels, Outings, Gingl
irove the unmistakable leaders
the price and value of the goi
iect our goods and you will kn<
ie undersold by any house.
E MES'S A>'D BOYS'
)n our Boys' Union Suits?S
/ Boys' Vests and J
worth ribbed, at each ?
week, Men's Ribbed Vests
teriais Men's Jb'ieecea vesis
braid A grand assortment
n sale Underwear, mediu]
.$14.98 at lowest prices.
LKS BEST SHOWING OJ
e best Fine black dress j
,'9c yd. aIJ. imP?rted Poplins
colors \V oipcords and Oa
(*9C yd. and 9Sc y;
ill the A11 the new things
, Saie goods for your cc
We vd inches wide, at 50c
* -5 pieces Plaids,
S1.1KS I worth up to 35c; y
wide, We offer 40 pieces
y?* Plaids; makes cl
_____ nice styles, 25c val
ileacn- MEVS ]
...25c Our showing of 1
cached is good looking and
c each Everything in the
Suits, and caps you will fii
A large assortme
)c suit boys' caps, prices 2
stemious living have arrived at a
good old age. But I felt that my lamp
ot life was burning out rapidly; my
digestion was poor, my sleep was
brokt-n and unrefreshing, when I hit
upon this tonic.
"Sfcice then I have improved wonderful'y.
I can now eat almost any
thing with impunity, can even eat vegetables
for -supper and get a good
night's rest. I feel at this writing that
I ha\e a new lease on life. Thanks to
the best medicine I ever took (Tanlac).
"Your Tanlac has been a God-send
?o me. Hoping you a long and happy
life, I sign myself, Yours truly,
(Signt-d) "W. W. Spencer."
Mr. Spencer was asekd permission
to publish hi-s letter and he replied as
"Cheraw, S. C, Nov. 20 1915.
"Mr. if. W. Galyon, Columbia, S. iC.
"Dear Sir:?Complying with your ,
request, I will state to you some facts
and leave it to you to make out a ;
"I graduated at Columbia in 1858 j
with my health a perfect wreck. The :
doctors told me I had nervous pros- j
tration, ulcerated stomach and chronic '
gastritis. I couldn't keep water on my j
TO ARRIVE O
Our Mr. C. R. Wise
kets, making his selections
make your selection
to sell, and we solicit yoi
r, Overalls, Collars, Ties,
aks, Underwear, Laces, I
Dats, Fancy Knit Goods,
hip of our store in all mattei
ods themselves put our store
why our store is always croi
WARM USDER- LJ
? We ar
! suits for 95c Checks, !
Pants; fleeced or $4.75 and
25c A big
and Pants at, the coats, ve
90c mings g
and Pants at, the $4.95. X
80c to 46.
of 'Wrights Health
n or heavy weight
F DRESS GOODS 50 Plaid
?oods, fast black; at.
, Serges, Batistes, 25 All TV
rbadines. Priced blue bo
> in colored dress >at
suit, 36 to 54
, 69c and 98c yard. SO new H
fancy mixtures; only
our choice 25c y<L 100 Percj
Fancy Worsted Child-re
lildren'f. dresses; 98c- Cil
ues, at 100 Midd
.10c and 12&e yd. plain, \
Derbies and softs Don't J
up to date. shoe stor
line of boys' hats ily from
id here. Our shoe
nt of men's and Onr shoe
!5c, 50 and $1.00. and best
stomach long enough to get warm, but
by prudence in diet and regular habits,
1 lived along, but never regained niy
"Early in the fail, I felt my health
failing. I became constipated, had
mVMc with most fantastic
dreams, no appetite and poor digestion.
Then I saw your ad, and when
the first bottle was gone, I began to
take notice that something was going
on. I have used four bottles and feel
wonderfully improved?almost rejuvenated.
I sleep well, appetite and digestion
good, and I even get hungry,
which I seldom ever felt before, and
always g]ad w.'ien meal time comes.
My liver, ftomach and kidneys now
work in. perfect harmony.
"I don't crave puDiicuy, oui 11 you
think my experience with Tanlac will
be of any aid to suffering humanity, I
am very willing that you make the
best use of it you can.
"Hoping you success, and with kindest
regards I am,
(Signed) "W. W. Spencer."
Tanlac, the premier preparation, is
sold at Gilder & Weeks, Newberry,
Price $1 per bottle, or six for $5.
f - ' I ^
! is now in the mule mari.
Call at our stables and
-Vv.. . ' . C*
n Stock Co.
ur business. Men's
Caps, etc. Ladies'
s of style, quality and
many steps in the lead.
vded with eager buying ,
LDIES' SPORT COATS
e showing them in Plaids,
Stripes and Plain Colors for
$6 9S?worth twice the price.
selection of long black cloth
Ivet collars, with braid trimo
in this sale at $3.98 and
ow's your chance?sizes 36
re put in this sale 200 pairs
)tton Blankets at A
98c, $1.39 and $1.98 pair
Wool Blankets, large size, M
$3.98 and $4.98 pair
rool Blankets, with pink and ||
rder, extra size, at. .$4.48 pair
>IES* HOUSE DRESSES 1
!ouse Dresses, worth $1.50, at
lie and Gingham Dresses for
n to 14 years, at 49c and I
&per than making.
y Blouses, sizes 10 to 20, in I
rhite or blue or red trimmed,
49c and 95c
HOES! SHOES! !
? - 9 A ! I
forget mat tnis is a ranmy
e. We can fit the whole famthe
infants to the grown-ups.
s weur longer and cost less,
s are stylish, nifty and neat
of all they fit the feet.