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Watered at the Postoffice at New- I
wry, S. C? as 2nd class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Friday, March 17, 1916.
Orangeburg county has sold the
stock a whiskey left over from the
dispensary to an Augusta firm. The
stock is inventoried at $11,000 and
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was so.u lor wuioc uic
Augusta firm will immediately sell the
stock -back to the "people of South Carolina
for something over the invoice
price. And why not, if the good prohibitionists
of South Carolina want it.
The Herald and News has arranged
with the Progressive Parmer -to give
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one year at the price of The Herald and
News alone. All subscriptions coming
in now accompanied by $1.50 "frill
get The Herald and News and the Progressive
Farmer Cor one year. This
applies to old as well ae new subscrfb- .
*rs. Two mighty good papers for a
rery small price. This will not last;
long. Better get in the swimming j
while tiie water is fine. Now is the
time you will need two good papers. 1
And the opportunity ks given you to
get them for the price of The Herald J
and News alone.
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News have done a great deal to Improve
the roads of Newberry county..
Some of the roads could very well j
stand an application a! the drag.
The Anderson Intelligencer has a j
. column editorial on "Hold Over Flies.' j
We do not know whether they are'
hold overs or not but they are plenti-fvii
a round thesA Darts. And the more
you "swat" the greater the increase. I
"The average cost of the town-laid
egg is about 50 cents and still we try
it,*' says the Marion 'Star. Well, what
then would you say is the cost of a
Mr. Hcmer P. Blackwell af Laurens,!
feas announced that he will be a can-;
didate for solicitor of this circuit
Laurens already has six candidates
for sheriff. And the season is young
We have not yet had time to correct
our mailing galleys and therefore a
great many vrho have paid Lheir subscriptions
-will not see the correct date
on their labels. IWe hope to make
these corrections soon.
The resignation of Mr. Fred H. Dominick
as assistant attorney general was
a surprise to his friends in Newberry
It will, however, give him time to devote
to hi campaign for congress. And
his i.'riends expect him to win this
He has made a line record in the at
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torney general s umcc auu au un. wwn.
officials expressed regret that he
should leave. The chief jus'.ice in the
official records of the supreme court
paid a high tribute to his conduct of
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trie cases mat ne nas uauuiea ajciuic
that court and to the high, character
of Mr. Dominick himself. No partisan
bias has been found in any a: the
opinions that he has rendered or in
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has been called upon to handle.
The Herald and News prints today
the constitution and rules of the Dem
ocrauc party, we na.ve nau duuic inquests
for copies. Better save tnis
copy of The Herald and News.
Co'e L. Biease and a Mr. DesChamps
have- announced themselves candidates
for governor. About everybody we
strike up with has heard o Biease, but
we haven't found anybody who ever
heard of DesChamps before.Pickens
It was told of two candidates in
this co m y a long, long time ago even
? before the memory of many now living
began to run. that where each was
least known there he go: the votes.
So sometimes it is just as well not to
be knosrn. No personal reference intended.
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On all sides vou are urged to "Stop, look and lis
ten." But you don't have to be on guard when you
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CLOTHES ? I
The makers have placed this guitin the wide ope a.
The price is known to be the same from coast to
coast. The quality is known and guaranteed. One
deal to all. Let us show the superior fabrics, the su(perior
tailoring and the superior style made possible
by the STYLEPLUS plan of specializing on a suit of
?17..-npvpf mnrp. never less.
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J. H. SUMMER & CO.
Newberry, S. C.
Statement of The Condition
THE EXCHANGE BAM I
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AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS MARCH 7,1916 :
Condensed from report to State Bank Examiner.
Loans and Discounts $325,593.50
Over Drafts js. 2,868.86
Bonds and Stocks 800.00 1
Furniture and 'Fixtures 4,000.00
Real Estate Owned 5,500.00
Cash on hand and in Banks 25,487.77
Capital ? $50,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 18,577 59
Dividends Unpaid 306.50
Bills Payable [cotton] 54,220 00
Deposits: Individual : 241,146.04
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'The Bank of Service" "We Serve The People"
Your Business Respectfully Invited
Frank R. Hunter
Real Estate, Loans, Stocks & Bonds J
Old Court House, Newberry, S. C.
The Best Companies Immediate Coverage
The National Ba
FROM REPQ&V TO IHfc COM**
Showing Condition at the clo
T.rkonc on^ Flio/^rmnfo CQQA 77Q
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Overdrafts 2 41
U. S. Bonds 102,0C0.00
Stocks and Securities r9,682.48
Banking House 10,000.00
Redm. Fund with U. S. Treas.5,000.00
Cash & Due From Banks 46,910.10
B. C. MATTHEWS, T. K. JOHNS
United States, State, Con
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Abbeville and Greenwood.
Announce the ope
22, 1916. Americai
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shades, uait Diue, n<
tions in tailored an<
Onita Witcher is in <
glad to welcome all.
The store is well f
the market can afl
Ladies' Coat Suits ii
and styles at prices I
Everything in Drei
broideries and Notio
Shoes and Slipper:
See us and we will p
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nk of Newberry J
outh Carolina J
rROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
se of business March 7,1916.
LIABILITIES: I 1
Capital Stock $100,000.00 . k
Surplus & Undiv. Profits 7,412.34 |
Circulation 100,000.00 j
Dividends Unpaid ...?_474.95
Rediscount with Federal a
Reserve Bank 47,750.64 ?
STONE, H. T. CANNON, , 1
raihinr. AmL Cashier.
nty and City Depository.
Savings Deposits for Newberry,
miK COMPANY I
ining of their Spring
Wednesday, March J
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1 IllUUVIO All WIV 1M%VV> ?
lith Pink and Crea- 1
1 Drpss Hats. Miss I
charge and will be 1
iiled with the latest I
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i the latest shades *
selow all others. ? ' <
ss Goods, Laces, Em- I
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lease you. |
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