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The herald and news. (Newberry S.C.) 1903-1937, September 26, 1916, Image 7

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HOOD REPORT FROM JiEWBERRY.'
We have just closed a most interestng
and helpful series of services in
he Xewbery -church. Rev. S. W. Reid j
* ' 4 a a * ' ? t Vi n T"\ n i oli /11> f~i n r J
11 AUa.ii id uli^ '-yi auu
rouglit most timely and helpful mesages
from Wednesday evening twice.'
ach day through Sabbath. Each ser-;
non seemed the most fitting for that;
ervice. The people of the town came j
o worship with us and the congregaions
were inspiring. Eight members
vere received into the church by leter
and one by profession. These
vith twelvt other accessions sincej
firat rtf thA VPsr p?nrv>iirfl.ere the !
leart of pastor and people. The!
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srhole church has been revived and j
>lessed by these services.?J. W. C.?'
OLD TO\WS LETTER
Messrs. Henry Fellers and Claude
tenders left for -college this week, the
'ormer to enter the senior class in
dewberry College, the latter a junior
n Clemson College.
The Ridge Spring school opened on
Monday morning with very bright
prospects, having Miss Azilie Maybin
To the Goo
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of Me)
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Why not come in <
for your new Fall i
tailor, who can make
tees satisfaction? I
order to an out-of-ti
you can not expect a
reason that the rep
concerns are, as a
tailors. I am a pr<
years experience, t
Mr. Henry, is one of
fession in the South.
I came back to
clothes and not to op
my competitors. It i
me to remodel cloth
made by out-of-town
Cleaning and presi
uiiy nt iii^ i uiui
Surfs from $13.5C
cheap as $15. Com
my samples and give
or overcoat to your
1 x I
worn guaranieeu.
Sigi
E. T. Cj
Mercha
SEAS
. ROUND Tl
FROM N!
5iiintnoi* Fvr
Kj U111A11V&
To Wrightsville Beach
To Isle of Palms
To Sullivan's Island
To Myrtle Beach
To Norfoik
Tickets on saie from Ma
sive, limited returning u:
stf-p-over privileges.
Schedules and further ]
: nished upon aplication to
Ticket Ag
ATLANTIC (
The Standard Rail
of Richburg at the helm, and Mf^sn
Johnston of Xesmith *as her able &?sistant.
The teachers board at Mr.
H. T. Fellers.
Miss Myrtle Fellers left on Mood;i.y
to enter the Hijrh school in Newberry.
Mrs. C. V. Spearman is expected
home this week after isiting friends
in Johnston and Chappells.
The teachers urge a full attendance
of the patrons at the school house oa
Friday afternoon 22nd, for the purpose
of reorganizing the School Improvement
association.
Messrs. W. H. and J. W. Solders
went to Greenwood yesterday axniL
each purchased a new model Fori.
After October 31 the Southern Oaf!
tivator will be two years for
j after then I cannot sell subscription
! fcr 50 cents a year . The othe
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[ iMper prices are tne same, ^eeuue!
CTaft 25 cents a yea-f McCali's maga!
for 50 cents a year. The oiber
! e*ve Farmer, $1.00 a year, Womaa ?
j World, S5 cents a year.
Please give me your new or renew*?
! subscriptions. Curtis I. Entin^
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d Dressers
vberry
md give that order
wit to Carlson, the
it to fit, and guaran*??
yhen you give your
nvn tailoring house,
perfect fit for the
resentatives of these
rule, not practical
actical tailor of 29
ind my coat-maker
the best ot the proNewberry
to 'make
ten a repair shop for.
will be impossible for
es which have been
i tailors.
ting will be for cash
> up. Overcoats as
e in and look over
; an order for a suit
Home Tailor. All
ned
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nt Tailor
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RIP FARES
iWBERRY
:ursion Fares
$10.50
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ntil October 31. Liberal
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particulars cheerfully furm
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;ent C. N. & L. R. R.,
Newberry, S. C.
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