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Jcroiil anil joss.
i atercci at the Postoffice at NewSi
S. C., as 2nd class matter, j
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
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Tuesday, March 21, 1S15.
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DO YOU WAST A PARK?
This is a question that has been
handed to us -by the mayor and he de
sires to pass it on to the people of the
community. Do the people really want
a park? That is the question. If they
do they can have it. A year ago, as
we understand it, certain persons met
and in cooperation with the civic association
rented the .plat of land on
xcTiirvh thp noT-lr u'Qc tpmnnroHIv nnpn
ed. Now they have had another meeting
and find that if the people want a
park it will cost something to have one,
and the question is, where is the money
to come from.
Do the people want a park? Bf they
do it is very easy to get one. A little
cooperation and a little pulling together
is all that is needed. IWe understand
that the owner of the land on
which the park has been operated during
the oast year will take about $2 -
000.00 for the land. Mr. Mayor told
us that if $1,200 could be raised the
park could be assur d. Surely the gentlemen
and ladies at the head of the
movement "will not admit that the
small sum of $1,200 could not be raised
in a rwmTrmnitv fnr a
park. I: they do admit it, and It is
true, then the people do n<xt want a
park. Some years ago we had over
three thousand dollars subscribed for a
park, but we needed more than that
at that time, because we wanted to extend
it on to tCalhoun street and the
matter was just dropped, les, ?i,zw,
or even $2,000, can he raised for a parfc
if the proper effort is put forth. The
r
Herald and News and a certain contri15ra$?r
of ours has been writing about
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The Horn
ard P
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I Signs
In "1
1SPECI
We have just c(
whereby we we w
these pictures bef<
You will see pi<
in Atlanta and th
I The PARAMO
MONDAY'S a :d
BE MUTUj
a park for Newberry for the past llf- !
teen years or more, and we thought i
the thing had been fixed, though we j
i
didn't know just how it had been done, |
i
Kn-f -r* r\u- +Via niia??fiAn s* /\ro Ko 'VPC I
isul ki\j yy en ^ 4UV.0 Livii v. vri-Li wwv.?k,
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Newberry want a park?
I
1 Sure she docs, and the money can
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be raised. We know that iM'ayor Wright >
and Cashier Spearman will not admit
they are unable ''o raise among their j
! friends and the people of Newberry
| the pitiful sum of $2,000 for this purj
pose. If they do The Herald and News
j will just raise it, with the cooperation
i
[ of The Idler.
r
Til,, ocvlnm tx*An tVick r?o <C oKnnt
J. l.L\. ttOJlt4 XXI All U WV/u .
j the appropriation for the continuance
of the work at the asylum. Wc pubusn
the opinion of the supreme court, it
is a misi.ortune to have tnat much
money spent on the improvements in
Columbia when the whole institution
should be removed to the country
where the State has one of the finest
propertis lor aji institution of that
"lri'rwJ /-. V flnv Ct itn in tVio iinirvti Thp
XV.LJ.iU L/l C4.ll J 1U uutvu. a ?
attorney general's office gave permission
for .the suit to be brought ana appointed
one of the solicitors to bring
the suit. A suit of this kind cannot
ibe brought without the consent ol' the
I ottArrpv tronpral as u*p understand it.
iThe attorney general tad some doubt
as to the legality of the appropriation
and the only way to settle it was to
have the supreme court construe the
act. The court somewhat reversed it1
? ^ * /Vrt -T* A
5C1I Hi <i ioriucr isLLiiiJ-ai wise, iuui
there can ibe no doubt that the legislature
intended to make the appropriation
and the decision is carrying out
the intention of the legislature and it
is all right.
THE M.iECH DDEBATE THE
BIG EVENT OF THE SEASON
A. big event every year in the life of
Xcwberry college is the annual debate
between the Excelsior and PhreniKosmian
literary societies, otherwise
known as "the March debate." It is
often the case that the societies chose
frkr wMbpra in /tehnt#?<4 fhefr
LIES ARC)
ie of Consistent Quality and \
rice
)MESDAY MARCH
! . .C .
J Film Company Presents Feai
HELEN HOLMES
lie Girl and The G<
Chapter 9
Friday M
- | Pallas Picture
Wk I niKTIN PA!
>:y \;y />>V f v/ i*/ a aa 1 a a is
fc ! "The Call of
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berlands"
K^St-tT \ ; I From the book and
lesM. Back.
AL ANNOUNCED
)mpleted arrangements with the Mt
ill show first run Mutual service.
:>re they are released in Atlanta.
^t-iirAciri TVJprah**rr\7 nnp Hav before tl
ree weeks before thry reach C luml
UNT PICTURES will continue to
FRIDAY'S as heretofore.
\L AND GET PARAMOI
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most promising prospects for the jun-!
ior oratorical contests and the inter- \
collegiate oratorical contests as the!
manner in which a debater acquits
himself enables his fellows to forecast
to some extent the result o coining'
. ^ i
oratorical contesis.
The opera house, 011 the occasion of j
these March debates, is usually crowd- j
ed, but last Friday night it was al- j
most a capacity house. On account of:
i the splendid reputation of the speakers 1
as orators and the further fact that!
' subject to 't-e discussed was one:
of supreme national interest just at i
; this time there were many out-of-town '
! visitors. The debate was spirited and j
! (held, the unabated interest oC the au- i
! dience from the start to the finish. The
| young men who delivered orations and
j the young lady essayist and the de-:
| haters deserve much credit for their j
j efforts, reflecting as they did deep
i thought and painstaking preparation.
i
As usual each society had chosen its
representatives and the eexreises were
i carried out in the following order:
i James Kinard of the Excelsior so|
c-iety presided and presented as the i
j first orator of the evening Mr. IW. J. j
! Proctor of the PhrenaTcosmian society, j
who spoke on the subject, "The ^outh j
of Today." The subject l:*or -debate!
was, "Resolved, That Imigration to the
United States Should he Further Re
j stricted by a Literacy Test." . The affirmative
was opened by the Phrena kosmian,
represented by Mr. C. D
Hipp. The negative was in the hands
of the Excelsior society and Mr. S. D.
! A.,- - - r.n 3 rr^T ~ * ^ ne? J
j ^fAiier ioiioweu. iue secona anirma- i
tive was Mr. C. E. Ridenhour and the
second negative was iMt. K. R. Krepps.
At the conclusion of the debate the
judges retired to decide the winning
side. Then (followed the essayist for
P
the Philomathian society, Miss Es'telle
Caldwell, whose subject was, "When
rs.K _r> _ t a..' - _ ft mi i
caserns jusxice. me or&ior
ffor the Excelsior society was A. Vigodsky,
whose eubject was "America
First."
The decision was rendered in favor
of the negative. T!he judges were H.
L. Scaife, H. C. Tillman, John A. Horton,
Rev. F. E. Dilbble and Neal Work- j
man.
STATEMENT.. , i: "
Of the Condition of the farmers and
Merchants' Bank, Located at Little
.. Mountain, S. C., at the Close'of Business
March 7, 1916.
RESOURCES.
i<oans and discounts $ &5,246.04
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arch 24
is Presents
*NUM In
The Cumplay
by Char
ran
itual Film Co.
We will run
ley are shown
Dia
be shown on
JNTIZED.
*?reilligare& I
*M8rWWW!BWa<
a.'* f ~ " ^ TT_jj^5rt% i
Overdrafts 241.94
bonds and stocks owned by
bank 6,600.00
Furniture and fixtures 1.5S1J1
Banking house 1,806.
Other real estate owned 700.00
Due from banks and bankers 459.18 !
Currency 1,908.00 '
SiL.er and other minor coin 106.51 !
|
Total $ 68,649.71
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in $20,000.00
Surprlus fund 6,000.00
Undivided profits, less current
expenses and taxes
paid 790.75
Dividends unpaid 18.00
Individual deposits
subject to check..23,710.43
Time certificates of
deposit 10,087.15
Cashiers' Checks .. 43.36 33,84-0.96
Bills payable, including certificates
for money borrowed
8,000.00
its _ j & s*r\ si a r\ n +
A out 1 $
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Newberry.?ss.
Before me came W. A. Counts, 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 shown iby the
books of said bank. W. A. Counts.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 18th day of March, 1916.
J. B. La than,
Magistrate.
Correct?Attest:
J. M. Sease,
J. B. Derrick,
J. K. Derrick,
Directors.
STATEMENT
Of the condition of the Bank of Pomaria,
located at Pon&ria. S. C., at
LADIES' SUITS, COATS,
DRESSES AND HDL,
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LHfEBY A SPECIAI/TY.
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:?fNe
Up to the minute in fashion
Serges, Shepherd Checks, Con
shades. All sizes. Priced $15 j
ABOUT OUR SUITS?It's
ment. You'll like the way the
Stylish and 1
Every one feels they would
.. .that will be dressy as well as a
have dresses in the BEST style
. to $29.50.
Very appropriate for * 'right
collar and cuffs, and other styl
. Spe<
One lot of Ladies' White W<
cuit'h 1arap -npnrl hiittnriQ ^Tir! 4
only 95c. All waists lines in st
roy Skirts, jdade of good quali
each only $2.98.
Caldwell and Haltiwanger's
dies' head gear. If you are inte
ant surprises for you in our M:
Lvery Uepartir
Every department is now res
Kimcnas, Dresses, Suits, floats
quainted with the new idea. C<
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I he Ladies 2
1206 Main St
,'he close of business, March 7, 1916.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts $ 43,691.7S '
Overdrafts 306.5C
Furniture and fixtures 1,984.06 !
Banking l ouse 1 238.50 i
Due from banks and bankers 4,601.10
1 ritrrpnpv 0"v9 fif!
I??W
Gold 10.00
Checks and cash items 450.85
t
Checks and cash items 87.88
i
I
| Total $ 53.383.73;
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in $15,000.00 '
Undivided profits, less current
expenses and taxes
no-M 1 79
I * ? VV. 1 V
Due to 'banks and bankers.. 1,181.97 :
Individual deposits
subject to check.22,905.30
i Savings deposits ..12,283.35 '
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cow
" Yokohoi
Presented by I
lege Athletic
Opera House IV
8:30 C
Admission 25, 3
CALDWELL AND
UHTmrAMSTD
nALUTTAllULn
iw Suits For Spri
for Spring and Summer wear. Suits
ibination of wool and Silk and ot!
DO tO $45.00.
the lining and tailoring you know t
se suits are made.
iandsome are Our S]
like to have at least one of their spr
daptable for use for street wear. Visi
is of the season, and they will suiel
New Sport Coats
now" wear. Cordurovs. Chinchilla:
es. Come in and try a few of them 01
cial Sale of White SI
ool Skirts, made of good quality heav
'Charley Chaplin'' pockets. A $1.50
ock now. And then another special ]
ty corduroy and can be washed. Ne
Millinery
hats, see the styles, nearly every exj
rested in buying a new hat we feel s
illinery Department.
lent of Our Store, Bi
idy for your inspection. Silks, Voile
i, Waists, Skirts, Millinery, etc. W
3me in ?nd look around.
I X, HAITI
&# I Vk AJU1U11
Itore - - The W<
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Cashier's checks .. 247.38 35.436JS
Total $ 33.3S3.7X M
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, V
County of-Newberry?ss.
B> fore me came Jovn C. Aull, cashier
of Tr.A nhovp na^rip^i hank. who. being
duly sworn, says that the above aiwi
foregoing statement is a true condition.
of said bank, as si-own by the m|
books of said bank. lagi
John C. Aull. ^
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 16th day of March, 1916.
iTiios. A. Setzler,
Notary Public, S. C. V
Correst Attest: \
Z. T. Pinrier, Vj
R. H. Hipp, ^
i nos. m. Jtienrz, j
Directors. """
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UNG! '
na Maid"
JAvirkAirmr P/\L
,v'"wvi*; VW1
Association.
larch 24, 1916 ^
^clock
5 and SO Cents
j
JLAIIj V1WCJS3 IlLiiLil
PROMPTLY AJfB CUREFULLY.
A BEQUEST
FOB SAMPLES WILL
BE SENT BY BETUBN
MAIL.
. II nil i i ' I -I
*ng I
of Silk, Gabardines, Poplins,
bers in the season's newest
... , ;?? " ??'
hat makes the life of^a gar-..-*:;,.
pring Dsesser
ing dresses made in a.-style it
our 14 Dress Section. " We
y appeal to you. Priced $5.95
mmmmmmmmaammmmmmammammmmmmHmmmKmmmmmam '
/
s. in nlaid effects, contracting
' A ' w
i. You'll like them. ^
rirts
y Gabardines, pretty tiimmed
i vfllnp nrirprl c-nprial parn
r**v? ' ??
Drice of White Wash Corduiw
style, a $4.00 value for
)ress brings new ideas in Laure
there will be many pleasds
You Come!
;s, Wash Fabrics, Ribbons,
e want yon to become acIWANGER
ooltex Store
.Newbeci^ J>.?.

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