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Watered at the Postoffice at New'
^7, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Tuesday, June 21, 1916.
The paper today is a good one. we j
would have been glad if our friends
the advertiser would not wait until
the day we go to press to give us the
copy for their ads 'but we try to
.handle them any way and have no
quarrel with. them.
'Read 'em all. They contain good
information for you. There is Mim ???
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iiaugu r? lull ?* J/a&s lu vvu j vu j
many 'bargains that he has. And there
is Caldwell and Haltiwanger with a
whole lot of good things for the ladies.
And Sanders is still running his
bargain sale. And the new proprietors
of the Carolina Cash company
have something to say that is interesting
and don't forget that Copeland
Brothers are still on deck in the day
light store. And there are others that
will interest you. In fact it is a good
paper that we print today if we do
say it for ourselves. And we may be a
little late in order to accommodate
our advertisers but they are our
friends. .And we stick to our friends.
And don't forget the demonstration at
West-Martin's. And of course you
will not fail to look at the Maxwell
and Jeans Jewelry store and all the
rest of 'em.
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our store the
A coupon wi
to the demonstral
the last day a on<
given to the lady
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A number of
ed and serve
strati on was in
pies New Furni
stration was gh
will aladlv answ
use of the cooke
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OLD FOLKS DAY AT ZION
WAS V (UiEAT SLTCESS i '
Southern soldiers fought the whole | j
world for 4 years, that Germany, in j t
present gigantic struggle, would | I
likely be able to continue fighting the j *
entire world for ten years and that, if i
men who fought so stubbornly and ^
so bravely for country, would fight *
as valiantly for Christ, the world j '
would soon "be evangelized.
Prof. Monts' address was full of J
life and humor and good, hard com- ! t
mon sense. He spoke of the old peo-1
pie whom he could name who once t
lived in this community, ibut with a ?
few exceptions, they had passed to j
their reward. -He thought it a good ! t
idea to look into the future, live in t
the present and recall the past "but!
not to brood over it. We, all of us, i \
old folks as well as young, are living | q
in the present and we are compelled
to accept the modern ways of living;
that modern ideas and inventions.
"which have so changed old ways of
living, is no indication that the world
is going to wreck and ruin. While
there were some modern innovations
that were quite as objectionable as
some of the old fashioned and out-ofdate
ideas, we must maintain a .balance
between extremes in either direction.
The speaker once more grew
reminiscent and referred to the old
blue back speller and its landmarks
as he expressed it,?"Baker," "Horseback."
" Incorruptibility." "Incompre
hensibility," etc. For the same reason,
he said, that he wouldn't go back
to the oxcart he would not return ,to
the old schorii books and old, and antiquated
school metl^pds of teaching.
At this .point the speaker paused ,
and said that he did not wish to be
rt from the factc
entire week bei
strating The Ic
'nn/lir ic In
11 be given to every !
don every time she
j-well Ideal Fireless <
who holds the lucky
lot have to buy
d to those who
who is in charge <
Anderson last wee)
turne Co. for whoi
yen sold everv coc
Id do just as well,
er all questions and
rtin Co. says It's
aisu-udersteed concerning what he j
: as about to say -that all honest
vork is honorable and tiiat it is no
lishc::or to any man to plow, or to
)erfrm any other labor to make a
iving. but a lot of people had an idea
hat children were born to sen.e their
iarents hence they were expected to
abor and make money to the neglect;
>f all mental training. He reiterated
hat it was no disgrace to plow, :but i'
*ou compel your boy to plow and;
leglect his education, you chain him
o the soil and make a slave of him
til the res<. of his life. He closed by
imphasizing the benefits and advan- j
ages of educating the young.
'At this point Mr. Mills announced
hat the program had been completed
tnd thanked the people for their
)resence in such large numbers ana
he speakers for their addresses. Af-'
er the singing of the song, "God be
.Vith Yon Till We Meet Again," the
)enediction was pronouncecNbv Rev. |
Taylor, the pastor of this chinch. j
William Farnnm in
"THE GlILDED FOOL"
L Fox feature in 5 acts. Leslies Arcade,
Tuesday, June 20th.
>ry will be at
lady Who comes
comes and on
Cooker will be
a thing to
i as you can.
will be cook
of the demon- j
k and the Peon
they had, j
Mrs. Miller i
instruct in the
Oak, It's Oak!
T. M. Sanders G
will last 6 more days.
I to raise $981.65 mor
I rain the past week \
I amount we were to i
Ius to extend the tim
Don't fail to take ach
Sale. Come, let us p
1 not a rake bale.
| cost and below cost.
| above amount i/egarc
r I \ I
! Best 10c Bleaching cut to, yd
! 100 Overalls
j; Good heavy $1.00 OverI
ille nif fa
aiiOj V* 141 IV
For Men. 50 cent kind
I $1.00 Monarch Shirts
I cut to
Ladies Gauze Vests
10c kind cut to
Ladies' and Gent's 10c
Hose cut to
Ladies' and Children's white sale
Mary Janes, $1.75 and $2.50 kind
50c Shirts cut to
$1.35 White robber and leather
sele Slippers for Ladies and Gents
I REMEMBER SATURDAY JUNE 2M
i cnD Tur pin R
ILiVJV/I\ 1 V1V IllLi xjijuv.
reat Cut Price Sale
We are compelled
e. On account of the
ve fell short of the
raise. This compels I
le a few more days.
rj&intage or this Great
rove to you this is
Everything is cut to
We must raise the
lless of cost or loss.
10c Hose cut to
$5.00 Spow Shoes cut to
d>o r a o ci . .
3>j.du anowonoes cut to
10c the world over, cut to -x
Best 10c Towel ever sold cut to
8 l-3c raise cot to
Best 8 l-3c Sea Island 36 inches
wide crt to
$1.25 value cut to
1 pound pure Coffee, Sanders Special.
25c kind cut to
Ladies' Hats, $2.00 to $2 50 values
h IS POST1VELY THE LAST DAY
LUE AND WHITE SIGN
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