Jpe ||ent(i) mid josu.:!
Cmtered at the Postoffice at New*
- trry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Tuesday, May 16, 1916.
The Greenville News endorses the
suggestion that some one write a j
book or history of Greenville county!
and says that such a book would interest
most of the people. That may
be true and no dotfbt such a book
would be a valuable contribution to
the history of the State. But as a
matter of hard experience we would
not advise any one to write a history
of Greenville or any other county expecting
it to be anything but a labor
of love and without compensation of
any other kind. The people may tell j
you how much they want a history
of the countv and what thev will sri-va
to have such a book but when the j
book is printed they will decide to i
wait awhile and in the meantime the
author and the publisher are out of
their money. We know from experience.
The public does not appreciate
at least in a substantial manner
any such patriotic service. May.
be' if you would print only a limited
number of cODies and nnt half nf!
them away for twenty five years then !
you might sell them at a fair price.
We do not consider that our contract
with our subscribers calls upon
us to tell them what they want to
know, or what we would like them to
know. (According to the way we figure
it, it is up to us to do the best
we can in the way of telling them
what i9 happening.?Yorkville Enquirer.
y ' That is well and truly put. A news
paper should first tell its subscribers
what is happening and tell it to.them
as near as human power can just as
# happened. First of all to print the
?ews in &n> impartial and fair manf
n it .
FROM REPORT T<
Loans and Discou
U. S. Bonds
Stocks and Secur
1 _ w*
Cash and Due frc
Surplus and Undi
Rediscount with 1
Sole Depository for U. S
ler. Of course the editor should j
lave opinions on men and measures '
and he should .not fail to express j
those opinions in parliamentary lan-;
4 ? ~ ~ Ailf^QO-Q tn 1
guage. Ana su as uui viu uuna.&& ?.v
The Herald and News extends its
sympathy to tlie good people of Whitmire
in the loss which they sustain*?
'Vin flro nf loct Thfi
CU 111 LUC 111 U U1 .?
stores of Miller Brothers, the GlennLowry
company and 0. H. Cooper
company especially were among the
handsomest stores in the State and
they carried very large and varied j
stocks of goods. No doubt the loss
on some of the smaller firms falls
c\eu iiivi e xxcavix^ ui piu^umuu
on these large establishments but it
is a pity to know that such handsome
stores have been laid low by fire. We
expect to see the pluck of these good
people show itself and even more
handsome stores take the place of
The date for the meeting of the
Press association has been moved up
a week from the date first announced
and it now comes at the same time
with the Newberry commencement.
Of course that does not concern the
membership of the association outside j
of Newberry. But in the old days we
tried to figure so as .not to conflict
with these commencement times. The
country editor who does all of his
work and is personally interested in
the commencement in his own town
does not feel that he can get away.
We were anxious to attend the
meeting this year but will in all probci'Kiliftr
iSoro fnraim +V10f nloo011 m
>uu J wu A.VA WUUV ^iVUUUl v^>
It seems to us that -the meeting is
rather early any way, but then if it
suits the majority it will have to suit
us. Wevsuppose it was shoved up in
order to make way for the politcal
campaigns. We hope the boys will
haye a fine meeting. >
t j 1__
ml Rank nf
1141 1/U1U1 VI
rberry, South Caroli
) THE COMPTROLLER OF
at the Close of Busine
mts - ities
I with U. S. Treas.
1 - Federal
T. K. JOHNSTONE,
STATE, COUNTY AND CIT
>. Postal Savings Deposits fo
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NOTICE OF DKAWIXG
Notice is hereby given that we the '
undersigned jury commissioners for i
Xewberrv county, S. C., will at the of- i
fice of the clerk of court for Xewber
ry county ai nine o ciock a. in., .viav |
26th, 1916, openly and publicly draw
the cames of thirty-six (36) men, who
shall serve as petit jurors at the
court of general sessions, which will
convene at Newberry court house
June 12th, 1916, and will continueJ
for one week.
Jno. L. Epps,
Jas. B. Halfacre,
T r\ a nrr rrO r? r?
VJili W. v^.
Jury Commissioners for Newberry
County, S. C.
Way 15th, 1916.
^ E^Aft p' l|
I . // Us^rS
ifjYe*, We Fill Occulisis'[i |
tiS?e?i* i [Pres crip tier, f
fgThat s a question ;ve are
frequently called upon to answer
and we hasten to reply;
in the affirmative.
No matter who examined
your eyes, we guarantee to
make glasses strictly in conformity
with the prescription.
You can bring that
prescription here with the
absolute assurance that it
will be strictly followed.
P. C. JEANS & COMPANY
Opticians & Jewelers
hMBA H Jfc
sss May 1st, 1916.
T / .
H. T. CANNON,
>r Newberry, Abbeville
It seems to be the general impression
that in that recent little affair at
Washington, am Nicholl's left har.d J
had at least a suspicion of what his
right hand was doing.?The State.
! THE CC
| Loans and Invest
| Furniture and Fi:
Tasli n?n Kanrl an
^V%C/1A VAA A1V4A1VI
J Capital Stock
lyiviucuus v; iipaii
- ? A J
The above statement
indicates the prosperity
merous every "day. . W<
books as a Depositor an
credit by transacting yo
date Banks in South Cat
The Bank that always
This is the only kold fast
J. H. SU
Gernia. y's promise to "punish"' the ,
bludgeoner of the Sussex is enough fo
make the assassW of the Lusitania !
laugh his head off?The 'State.
WBERRY SOUTH CAROLII
ATEMENT MAY 1, 19
ed and unsecured
d in Banks
;ad and i
of our progressive and con:
of our customers, who are
3 will be delighted to hav<
d Borrower. Don't delay
>ur Banking business with c
5 frpats von richt.
Spf at the price \
en tke wide-awake man, witK tte eye
goes to Luy a suit of clotltes, Le asks L
tat I am getting tkc lest dotKes for tLe
matter wLen you buy a suit of Stylepli
Style plus values are always exceptioi
war, Styleplus represent tLe very utmoj
price of $17.
big scale and scientific metkod of St
to our Ideal: To give our customers th
existing conditions of tLe clotking narl
Style ?lus through-and-through quality?a
Style filus perfect fit?for every man of e\
Style fclus economy?the easy pric^ for ev<
Style ?lus guaranteed wear?a written gu.
MMER & COM
PIAXO TUNING?R. H. McCrackia is
in the city this week, and will tune
your piano if you want it done.
Phrmp 247 or lear.-e order at Gilder
& Weeks drug store. ,
. 8,850.15 1
70 Qfi^ ;i
servative Bank, which
becoming more nut
your, name on our
in establishing your
>ne of the most up-to
. .W1?.I'J!WU.U. Ii-u.i? III I'll HII. ,11 na?a?a?? ??
that doestit vary! J
"The same price the nation over"
for Style and a careful Kand on ^
imself tLis question: 'How can I
money I put down?*
' 1 . V- _?
is trom us, you can oe certain or
lal. Amid all tlie changes in a
it of value for tte one unchanging,
yleplus manufacture enable ua to J
e most for their money, no matter
;et may be.
11 wool fabrics
rery age and physique
arantcc with every Styleplsf
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