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|pe Retold and Jans.
Entered at the Postcffice at Newl*rry,
S. C., as 2nd class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Friday, January 21, 1916.
The legislature has passed the bill J
prohibiting newspapers from taking
liquor advertisements. So far as our
observation goes, most of the papers of
the state have already cut out liquor
advertisements except a few of the
mo6t ardent advocates of prohibition.
Mr. C. P. Pelham, who is traveling
through about five counties in the
Piedmont in a Ford, selling tobacco,
says that the roads in Newberry, so
far as he has traveled over them, are
in much better condition than in any
of t'ae other counties through which hst
has traveled. His territory includes
T-_ ; O^o^fonlMirc
[ tne counties ui tmuu, opaiuui;ui0,
I Cherokee, Lancaster and Laurens. It
is a compliment to the work that is
being done by Supervisor Sample and
the forces which he is directing. It is
? f + V. ^ rnoi-Ic Qrfl hptfpr in
il let CI liicXL tliC i vciuc u* v ?
Newberry at this season than they
frave been in years.
Mr. -lohn C. Xeel and some others of
the citizens of u\e community have
been sanding the red hill just beyond
the city on the Prosperity road, and
they say it is going to be fine. A little
work was much needed on this
road. Co-operation on the part of the
people and a little work will go a long
_ ?or/v/xr} rnjjrtc in the
way in nicitvj.us ?)\swl i vuvix ? ?
The merchants and business men of
Newberry should co-operate with, the
supervisor in carrying the work of surfacing
the steel bridge road on to the j
river. The work tnat is now ueiug j
done is putting the road in fine condition,
but it starts just beyond the residence
of Mr. P. iWerts, about a
mile this side of the river. It should
start at the river. The people of the j
community are co-operating wit'n the :
n-na crr\incr tr> continue !
'S U JJt!i v lsvi. anu &10 bv,"s t
the work to Newberry, but a little help
from the business men could start it
at t'ne river. It would pay.
We notice that Senator Verner of1
Oconee has a bill to require the pay- !
ment of tuition fees in all state col- i
leges. We thint tms is me piupei
thing to do. It is not fair to the -de- !
nominational college for the 6tate to .
spend the large amounts it does on
the state colleges and then open their
doors free to the students of the state.:
It is a fact that the denominational
colleges are educating about ?30 per;
cent of the boyp and girls who are tak- j
ing a college education in this state, j
~ 1 J "I? + ~ +Vinm VlOl nPfl !
ana we w?uiq nut? lu act w^m ,
in the way of taking away this unfair j
and unjust competition.
And then this hill also carries with ,
it the abolition of free scholarships, j
which is a proper measure and should j
be passed. We notice that Senator |
Carlisle proposes to exempt the Citadel, j
That might b*e well, but all these other
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scholarships snould De aDonsnea. '.ib
stated some time ago, we proposed a
bill some 12 years ago to make free
tuition in all state colleges. The main
reason actuating us at that time was
the farce of the thing of charging tuition
because so few paid. From the
figures presented by Senator Verner
we believe the proportion is larger now
than it was then.
Somehow we do not look with favor
on t'ne proposition to subsidize the denominational
college by the state giving
free scholarships in them. Such a
course would be in the nature of a subsidy
to the denominational college.
The denominational colleges are doing
a great work in the education of
the boys and girls of the state, and we
+rx oofl thorn nrnsnpr. Tn fact, it '
am. iv ot/v w^r ?? ? ?,
costs, we expect, not more than hilf
to educate a boy in a denominational
college of what it costs the state to
Abolish scholarships and make every
one pay tuition in the state colleges
would be a good measure for this legislature
Governor Manning made the startling
announcement in his address on
the asylum before the legislature that
he had been instrumental in reducing
the liquor bill at thi' asylum from a
barrel a month to a juart. Just think
of what a reform that is. But why a
| quart? A quart would not go far when
distributed among 1,800 patients. In
these prohibition times it seems that
j the quart is useless.
We agree with that member from
Charleston, we have forgotten his
7inmp wbn nsked whv keep harping oil
| Charleston. Charleston is a good town
land there are mighty good people down
i there, and they have always proved
about as patriotic as any other of the
people of the state, and we have no
! doubt are just about as law abiding.
I Why then keep talking so much about
enforcing the law in Charleson.
Dr. Babcock and all those regents
who have served the state on the asyi
lum board must have been a very cruel
| and inhumane cort of a lot of fellows.
! It would seem from the speech of the
i governor that until he came into office |
j the poor unfortunates were cruelly J
! treated and thai no attention was given j
i them ar. all. He makes a terrible arraignment
of a'l t'nose who have had to : T
. do with the management of the institu- *
jtion. We published his speech in full
; in our last issue. :We suppoose you j
| read it. j ^
i Our first quarterly conference will \ ^
I be held at !\Vhitmire on Thursday !
j morning, the 27th instant. Preaching
at 11 o'clock by Rev. W. I. Herbert,
presiding elder. Also Bro. Herbert will
preach for us the night before at 7.30.
It is very urgent that all the stew- v
! ards be present, as our annual stew- jlJ
ards' meeting has been deferred til] j
l this time. j
Dinner will be served on the church j
grounds. J. IM>. Pridy. \ k
Tonnorir IS 1 Q1 A j hj
Jiiuuui; av, avav/. . _
Big Sine ^instrel.
iT,be Big Nine minstrel will be given
at Hunter-DeWalt school house Friday /
night, January 2S. Everybody is inrvited
to come and enjoy a hearty laugh.
The program will appear later.
Clianere of Schedule. iD
Columbia, Jan. 13.?Columbia, New- hi
berry & Laurens railroad, announces
the following changes* in schedules, ef- ar
fective January 17, 1916, for trains ar
Nos. 13, 54, 51/and 55: K
Train No. 13 will leave Laurens at tii
3:25 p. m., arriving Columbia, Gervaig fo
street, 7:38 p. m.. The fallowing sta- in
tions will be discontinued at flag stops: w
Brand, Gary, .Talapa, Sligbs, Hilton, ni
White Rock, Ballentine, Leapharts. c*
Train Xo. 54 will leave Columbia, m
G-ervais street, 5:05 p. m., arriving
Laurens at 8:18 p. m.
Train Xo. 55 will leave Laurens at
8:3S a. m? arriving at Columbia, Ger- th
vais street, 11:32 a. m. h<
Train No. 51, operated Sunday only, is
will leave Laurens at 4.130 p. m. arriv- st
ing Columbia, Gervais street, 7:38 p. m.
<Tihe following stations will be made m
flag stops for train No. 53, due to leave m
Laurens at 2:00 p. m.: Slighs, Hilton, dt
Twin V15 urill ol all + ^
to discharge passengers frotm points
beyond Laurens and Clinton, S. C.
The following stations will be dis- ic
continued as flag stops for mixed train t0
No. 12, due to leave Columbia at 3 1
a. m.: Leaphart, Irmo, Ballentine,
"i- ? ?- tt-IX? /-ii _ i: __T T_ la
wniie ftocK, mixon, u^uayiu, ongjus, ja- ?
la pa, Gary, Brand.
i' ll to match $1.15. Selected Ne\., Live. Clean. SanilIk..
fM| tary Feather*. Bert Feather proof Ticking. Sold
oa money back guarantee. DO NOT BUY from
i >- im i. >.. DnnK nm e
iffWfM anyone at any pnco, uuui
KfiiH TRUTH, onr big new catalog, mailed FREE* v,
Writs a postal card TODAY. Agents Wanted. U'
AMERICAN FEATHER A PILLOW COMPANY*, f
DESK S 29 NASHVILLE, TENN. 11
CITATION NOTICE. p,
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, D
County of Newberry.
By C. C. Schumpert, Probate Judge:
Whereas, Nancy Firms made suit
to me to grant her letters of administration
of the estate and effects of
Mondy Firms, deceased. j
These are, therefore, to cite and ad-; A
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Mondy s:
Firms, deceased, that they be and
| appear before me in the court of pro- p
I bate to be held at Newberry, 8. C., on j<
Friday, February 4, next, after pub- tl
Mcation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the tl
forenoon, to -show cause, if any they, n
have, why the eaid administration
j should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 19th day ;
of January, Anno Domini 1916.
C. C. ShumDert,
J. P. N. C.
Leave Your Call ,
with Big Ben; he'll call you I
on the dot at any time you say. I
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'. C. JEANS & CO. !
^I WIIMWI xnrrwgjutiujaBgaMii ' /
)EE4D OF I HE NIGHT j
NOW HAS PASSED AWAYj
fiKN. hi/hit 11 t u.mji jr,.sr,;r
1 EKK11SI.K AILMENT. 1
Veil Known Columbia Woman Sajs(
>ew York Has Come Into
Really alarming has been the phys- j
cal condition of many Columbians, |
. ho, aftiT they began taking Tanlac, i
le premier preparation, noticed that |
ieir strength rapidly increased, and i
nain caused bv their ail- !
^ ' 1 ~ I
lents was experienced. Such was the
ravity of the condition of Mrs. George !
A'zer, of 814 Assembly street, Colum- j
ia, according to the statement she J
ive the Tanlac man.
Mrs. Kyzer praises Tanlac highly as
corrective for stomach, liver and kidey
troubles. She nas lived for a j
lticr timii in rvvlimvhia and her resi-!
jnce now is within three blocks of the
tate house. During her residence
^re, her sincere and kind disposition
is made her many friends, and her
itelligence makes conversation with
?r really deligntrnl.
' 1 J 1_- c*c>-r\ 1 t ii-irVi in fll P'A5tif>Tl -
L BUI1UC U <I>?U
id a fueling of fullness after eating,
id my appetite was bad,'' said Mrs.
yzer. Continuing, she said: "Intesnal
troubles caused me much discomrt,
and tended to bring my system
ito greater disorder. My stomach
as in a terrible condition, and at
;ght bloody water would be dislarged
from my stomach through my
outh. My pillow in the morning fre
i'" 1 -J V\? hu t h P
IfcMI LI J WUU1U UC vuiwitu i
"'.After taking two bottles of Tanlac,j
i6 bloody discharge was stopped, and j
is not returned. I have almost finhed
taking my fourth bottle, and my
nmarh fppis much better. That feel
g of fullness .has disappeared, and j
y appetite is much improved. My
rves, which used to worry me a great
;al. 'nave been greatly strengthened,
id I sleep soundly, which I was un- I
>le to do for years before I began j
"I believe Tanlac was the exact med- i
ine I need d to put m on the road
> a quick recovery of .my health, and
feel it is my duty to tell others of
e merits of this great medicine, Tan - ;
Commenting on this statement, T. W.
alyon, state agent for 'Tanlac, said,
such statements as the foregoing
lould convince the most skeptical that
anlac is a medicine of more than or
-A ? |
Tanlac, the master medicine, is sold
inclusively at Gilder & Weeks, Newerry;
Prosperity Drug Co., Prospery;
Little Mountain Drug Co., Little
[ountan;Dr. W. 0. Hollo way, Chapells;
Whitmire Pharmacy, Whitmire;
?. G. Livingston, Silverstreet. Price
L per bottle straight. |
LAND FOR SALE.
As heirs-at-law of Mrs. Carolina
ook, we will sell at public outcry at
ewberry court house on salesday in
ebruary, 1916, immediately following
.lies by the master:
One acre lot in the town of Proserity,
fronting on Main street and ad>ining
lands of Mrs. Delia S'nealy on
iie south, the Paptist church lot on
k ? <rmn4 nn/1 1 o -n rl r\f TT T DTI til P
Lie west aiiu iauu \jl .. ~ ^
orth. Terras of sale cash.
Mrs. Sallie Wicker,
D. B. Cook,
Mrs. Texanna Wicker,
E. M. Cook,
Mrs. NaD^.y iWicker.
THE NATIONAL B
FROM REPORT TO THE COt
SHOWING CONDITION AT THE
Loans and Discounts
U. 5. Bonds
Stocks and Securities
Redemption Fund with I
Cash and Due From Ban
Surplus and Undivided F
Rediscounts with Federal
B. C. MATTHEWS, T. K. J01
UNITED STATES, STATE, C(
c 1 n -i r_. it en..
DOie uepos;iory ror u. a rus
jp LESLIES AR(
| The Home of "Mutual Prog
I Never before in the histc
A citizens of Newberry had tl
A m incomparable program of fe
MONDAY AND FRIDAY,
I'A Daniel Frohman Pre
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Mrntes mc sau/c
"the girl and tb
o the great MUTUi
I 15 EPISODES, One Each V
^ Prices the Same
Daniel Frohman Pr
IN "Such a L:
A Famous Player, P
Prices the Same
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ANK OF NEWBERRY
WPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
' CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC. 31, 1915
... - $315,666.10
J. S. Treas. . - 5,000.00
ks - - 50.19482
'rofits - 3,111.99
[ Reserve Bank 67,928.91
HNSTONE, H. T. CANNOC,
Cashier. Asst, Cashier
)UNTY AND CITY DEPOSITORY
;tal Savings Deposits tor Newberry,
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ir rmTTirrrnwim?nmr in i iiiiiinyiiiiiiim
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ram" and "Paramount Pictures"
>ry of a Picture House has the
hie opportunity to see such an A
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;diuiC3 as wc picaciji 11119 v.uuij
he Girl and the Game" R
ANUARY 24th I
seats Margaret Clark in AS LOWER
Paramount in Four Acts. I
5 and 10 cents m m
AY, JAN. 26th
IE GAME" EPISODE ONE. _
\L RAILROAD SERIAL ^ I ^eek,
Featuring Helen Holmes
5 and 10 cents _ ??
^ttt a rt\7 an.i m
ljnu/vk. i zorn j
esents Mary Pickford in I
ittle Queen" ^ I j
'ARAMOUNT in 5 Acts. If j
5 and 10 cents. | J
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T? THE MOVING Til
.Hi PICTURE MAN I