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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Friday, July 7, 191S
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Carranza writes a very nice note.!
And then it is short. >?o reason why i
the two governments should not get i
together* in peace. I
The State campaign is moving aiong
slowly but without much enthusiasm
and yet strange to say the crowds at
practically all the meetings have been
rather unusually large. We hope it
means the people are thinking and
that means that they will do their
own voting and refuse to be led about
try factional strife.
It looks now that war with Mexico
will be averted, but tliat does not 6top
the mobilization of troops. Somehow
we have felt all along that the matter
would be settled without war. Mr.
Woodrow Wilson is a big man and he
is moving in such a way as to avoid
war if it is possible so to do. We
sincerely hope he may be able to do it.
Our baby boy has joined the army
and we are -without a linotype operator.
We were getting on very nicely
and this break in our arrangements
is a very severe blow, but we hope it
will come out all right. We will do
the best we can,, but it has disar
ranged the office neip ana win aeioy
ns in getting out some work until we
can make new arrangements.
The county campaign opens today
at "Jolly Street. Let us all do what
we can to make it a pleasant and
happy campaign and let each one of
tlie aspirants go before the people on
his own merits and keep out of it the
drawing nf factional lines. It does not !
help the efficiency of the service to
vote for men simply because they are
going to vote for some one else than
the one we are going to support for
any particular office. I
This is a good time to drag the
roads. The rains have made the soil (
fine for such work. It will pay to
drag tne roaas.
PROGRAM OF THE NEWBFRRY j
COUNTY S. S. CONTENTION j
Lebanon horeh, August 8-9, 1916
First Day?First Session.
Song and prayer service, "by Rev.
R V. Babb.
Enrollment of delegates and appointment
Presidents report and message, by
? X* in o?
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Secretary-Treasurer's report, by j
J. B. O'N. Holloway.
The Sunday School Organized for
* Service, by R. D.Webb.
\ Building Up the Sunday School
Through the Forward Step Plan, by,
Miss Agnes Ravenel.
First Day?Second Session.
Song and prayer service, by Rev.
F. E. Dibble.
Reports from Division Superintendents.
Elementary, Mrs. J. Sidney Derrick.
Adult and Home Visitation, Rev.
Z. W. Bedenbaugh.
Home, Mrs. A. J. Bowers.
I Speed 30 Per Cent
I You waste'gas even
We will prove to yo
Te.icher Training. Rev. T. C. ^ro-'
Secondary?13 years to 20?Miss ,
Temperance, Mrs. J. M. Workman. |
Missions, Miss Lizzie Xeel.
Reports of Township Presidents:
1. wnat we nave aone.
2. What we are trying to do.
Township 1. Jno. H. Wicker.
Townships 2 and 3. T. W. Keith.
Township 4. J. M. Fridy.
Township 5. J. Sidney (Mayer.
Township 6. Dr. W. D. Senn.
Township 7. J. Sam Werts.
Township 8. I. Preston Cannon.
Township 9. J. Sidney Wheeler.
Township 10. J. A. O. Kibler.
Township 11. 'VN-m. H. Folk.
Uniting the Sunday School and the !
Home Through the Cradle Roll and
the Home Department, by Mrs. J. L.
Practical Ways for Making the j
Sunday School Attractive, by Mrs. |
Discussion?Speeches limited to
Questions and Answers for "The
Sunday School Teacher."
The Teacher's Preparation of the
Lesson, by R. D. Webb.
Class Organization for Men and
Women, by A. H. Bouknight.
Everybody will be ad
From 12 to 2 p. m.,
un.:i. J.L- ri??. ?
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SEE IT EVER'Y
To Th e
Let me urge;
wheat before you
There is no dry
not been sunned.
and then blame n
you good work.
J. H. WICKE
f time you run your car
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u that it saves gas before
osts $5.00, worth $50.0(
R & WEEKS
WBERRY COUNTY AGEM
Secc !h1 Day- First Session.
.-ong ar.fi prayer, by Rev. S. C. Dal-I
The Teacher's Duty, by Prof. 0. E.
Questions and Answers on Sunday
The Strength of the Christian Ap
peai, Dy J as. -u. Kinara.
A World-wide View of Sunday
School Work and Pledges Taken, by
Prof. R. D. Webb.
How We Can Maintain Interest in a j
Small School, by Miss Ola Brown.
Second Day?Second Session.
Song and prayer Service, by Rev.
T. C. Croker.
A Practical Standard for the Ele-1
mentary Division, by Miss Agnes'
The Correlation of the Home, the
Church and the Sunday School inj
Saving the 'Teen \Age Boy and Girl?
G. <B. iCromer.
The Textbook of the School?Rev.
F. E. Dibble.
Our Aims for the Year?Prof. R. D.!
Reports of Committees.
Election of Officers.
.Miscellaneous Business?Place and
Time of Next Meeting.
mitted FREE at the li
only, to see Pearl
jisode of PATHE'S |j
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you to sun your
take it to mill, j
wheat that has
Do your part
le if I do not do
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PTry it 30 I
days on our I
op absolute I
i it costs you a cent. I
Loans and Discounts $3
Overdrafts __ _
U. S. Bonds $li
Stock and Securities
Cash, Due from Banks an
U. S. Trea?.._ /
B. C. MATTHEWS,
Sole Depository for U. i
At the clos<
Condensed from 1
Loans and discounts
Bonds and stocks
Furniture and fixtures
Cash on band and in banks. ..
THE PROOF OF Gl
We invite the busines
upon the records of o
WE PAY 4 PER C?
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H. L. rAKK, W
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tal Bank of I
rberrv. South Carolin
: to the Comptroller of the
at the Close of Business, J
47,645.83 Capital Stocl
None Surplus and t
02, OOQ, 00 P1U11L0 ?
'd Rediscounts v
41,539.34 eral Reservt
T. K. JOHNSTONE,
STATE, COUNTY AND CITY
3. rostal Savings Deposits ior J
nt of the Conditi
Rank nf Newhi
e of business on June 30th.
the report to the State Bai
. Capital Stock
Surplus and undivi
26,567 43 Individual Deposit.*
OOP SERVICE IS STEA
s of firms, individuals a
ur past service.
"NT INTEREST COMPO
N OUR SAVINGS DEPAI
. G. H0U3EAL, M. L.
Asst. Cashier G. B. CRGA
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'une 30th, 1916
H. T. CANNON,
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ded profits.. .20,653.18
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