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tfatered at the Postoffice at NewJwry,
S. C., as 2nd class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Tuesday, September 26, 1916.
We have been oposed to newspaper
contests. And our mind has not
changed. Still we are putting on the
greatest that was ever undertaken in
Newberry. It does not begin until
October 1. We have accumulated
quite a number of arrearages and
those who are in arrears have not
taken advantage of our offer to keep
the commission themselves. The of*?% *
nna vaar frwr -TinP- dollar will
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hold good according to our announcement
until Saturday of this week.
After that di.vte the price will be $1.50
and for the next two months our entire
subscription list will be in the
ihands of the contest manager, Mr.
summons, ivzr. sammons is uue ui u?
. and comes with, the best of testimonials
and then we have known him for
many years and we feel safe in saying
thnt the contest will he managed
on business principles and in a 'fair
and just way to all contestants.
Mr. Sammons is a Columbian and
has conducted contests for the Columbia
State and the Columbia Record
and the -News and Courier and other
papers in the / State and has left ail
parties concerned with the best of good
"will. We will have more to say about
i*. in the next issue.
The contest manager will have a
separate phone from The Herald and
News and in order to insureprompt
attention to tall calls remember that
the phone call for the contest manager
will be number 1 two rings while
The Herald and News remains number
1.
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Personals, v and a paragraphs and
other locals are crowded out of this
isoie. It is not the fault of the re'porter?he
has everything written up.
Sometimes you see a line like this:
There is a urvtmxpgri; )canw 3-4('
edf. 2 lb. F Jie information of
those who do ii<K understand and are
somewhat puzzled we take the timo
r
There's a
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Eight $1185
I Call at our sales
nothing like it i
ger roadster. "'1
Havi:
DI
I DEALERS: Y
before you will 1
r < <
a more protitabi<
al propos tion tc
train for Newbi
and trouble to explain. In putting
up an article the linotype operator,
being human, gets a word wrong. It
being: easier to run his fingers over
the key board and fill out the line j
"all jumbled up" than it is to correct'
the error he sends it up in
that inner. If the prooj reader
I
fails to nark it out. or the make-up;
man overlooks it the line slips in as |
it stands. And in correcting a proof i
sheet the wrong line is token out and
the uncorrected line left in occasionally,
which accounts for other errors
in papers, also.
! Services at Mt. Pilgrim.
There are to be services at Mt. j
Pilgrim Lutheran church next Satur-1
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, and on |
Sunday the Holy Communion services
are to be in connection with the regular
preaching services.
J. B. Harman,
Pastor.
OPERA
Tuesday Se]
World Pictui
MOLUE KING and
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In 5 i
Thursday S<
Metro Pictures Coi
| HAMILTON REVELLE &
"The Half M
A sensational mystery soh
Based upon William Ha
novel and successful stage
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New far
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iroom ana see mis n
n town. Ride in tl
^he car with 4 front
rd and Joh
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ou will hunt aroun
find a better car, a qi:
i car than the Hollie
> dealers. Write, pi
erry.
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NOTICE ABOUT HOG ORDINANCE. [
Several persons having asked me|
oHmif tViri Hntr Hr/linr.rir'P bo\; lOllg
ai/uuw wijv ^
v exten-ds, and so forth, this is to i>ay
that the Ordinance runs from .Ianl
uarv to January and that the He.ilth j
Officer will enforce the law in all;
cases. i
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J NO. C. ADAMS.
Health Officer.
Newberry S. C. (Sept. 25, 1916.
Teachers Examination. i
The regular examination of applicants
for certificates to teach in the
public schols will be held in the
courthouse at Newberry en Friday.
October 6, 1916, beginning at 9
oclock. Applicants must furnish
stationery. ,
C. P. Barre,
Supt. of Education. j
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HOUSE
ptember 26
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esfPresent
ARTHUR ASHLEY
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N
imer jGirl"
artasticalfFarce Comedy
Acts
i "
iptember 28
'poration Presents
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MARGUERITE SNOW
lillion Bribe"
in 5 enthralling acts.
imilton "Osborne's great
i play "The Red Mouse,"
in Town!
Six $1085
ew car. There's S
le four passen- 1
; seats." [
nson
id a long time |j;
licker seller, and ,
r. Get our liberlone
or hop a <
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Loans and Invest]
Overdrafts Secur<
Cash
Capital Stock
Surplus and Profi
Dividends Undaic
r\ .
deposits
As you will
our Batik contin
gree. We wisL
the city and cou
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ask tneir conuni
are anxious to
glad to have tho!
we are also pre
cotton stored in
"THE BANK'
Pastoral Asociatlon Meeting.
The first meeting of the Pastoral;
Asociation of the Newberry Conference ;
will be held in the Newberry Collo-ge i
library room on Tuesday, October 3>
beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. Every
Lutheran pastor of the county is ex-/
r;ected to be picsent. At that meeting
've will study the liturgy of our
'jliurch, ana arrange iot me mime
nestings of the association.
J. B. Harman, '
Secretary Pro Tem.
College girls abroad are reading
The Herald (and News.
STATEMENT
Of the condition of the Farmers Bank
located at Chappells, S. C., at the |
close of business^ Sept. 12,
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts $31,799.54
Overdrafts 87.28
Furniture and fixtures 1.726.20
Banking bouse 2.181.72
Due from bonks and bankers 11,274.51,
Currency 2,182.00 i
Gold 245.00
Silver and other minor coin 516.16
Checks and cash items 404.87 ,
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LIABILITIES. j I
Capital stock paid in $10,150.00 i \
Surplus fund 570.00
Undivided profits, less current
expenses and taxes
paid 2,067.08
Individual deposits subject
to check 1S.070.66
Time certificates of deposit 16.320.10
Cashiers' checks 239.35 .
Bills pa}'able, including
certificates for money
borrowed 3,000.0C
Total ., $50,417.2$
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Newberry?ss
Before me came E. L. Cook, cashier i
of the above named bank, who, being
duly sworn, says that the above ano
foregoing statement is a true condition
of said bank, as shown by the books
Df said bank. E. L. COOK,
'Sworn to and subscribed before me j I
:his 25th day of Sept. 1916.
T T
J. xt. irwiju,
Notary Public, S. C.
Correct Attest:
W. A. Webb,
H. C. Strother,
J. R. Webb,
Directors. *
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Statement of
ommercial Bank /
'berry, South Carolina
September 12th, 19t6
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RESOURCES
ments - $499,337.19
ed and Unsecured 19,554.89 fc
155,392.08 I
$674,284.16 vjg
LIABILITIES I
$ 50,000.00
its - 79,284.69 - 1
I 1,649.00 I
/ aj
543,350.47 ]
$674,284.16 f
observe from the above statement - I J
ues to grow in a remarkable de- I
to extend to the good people of J
nty our sincere appreciations, and 1
led cooperation and support. We I
LOAN MONEY, hence will be
se in need call on us. Don't forget
'pared and desire to loan on all 1
warehouses. 1
FHAT ALWAYS TREATS YOU RIGHT" I
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Those very bright lights of the 'Mr. J. C. Sample and M?. John 8
automobiles flashing around every Dominick were cited to answer for I
corner during the nights, blinding assault and battery. The Reorder dis
people to the right and left, coming missed the case against Mr. Dominick
and going, ought to be dimmed within Monday. Mr. Sample forfeited a $3 1
the city limits. bond. ? Jgj
FOR SALE fl
101 acres of land, located in town of Silverstreet,
known as the Ward Place. Has a ?ood pasture I
and excellent well of water which makes it equal
to a seaside or a mountain home. Price $40.00 m
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per acre. M
Apply to M
B M. HAVIRD, |I
Silverstreet, South Carolina.
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