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uttered at the Postoffice at New- ;
Wry, S. C., as 2nd uass matter. |
Z. H. AULL. EDITOR.
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Apart from pastors in charge of:
regular work and rural carriers The
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,UAM 1 ^ O !-> ^ Va-a-K? -u-ifh Q fp\v
ulici aiu aiiu "o *? iwu v* ^,
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Jtions has taken from its list all com- j
plimentary papers. We have not in- '
creased the subscription price and,
/with the increase in the price of print
ipaper we cannot send a big list of ^
complimentary papers. Those who j
want The Herald and News can easi- J
ly afford toN pay the small price of:
subscription.
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Mr. Gerge R. Koester, editor of the j
Greenville Piedmont, is writing some |
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very Interesting observations wn- j
ceraing Blease and Bleaseism. We,
cannot understand, however, how Mr. j
' Koester could have any doubt in his'
mind as to the cause of Bleaseism. We
ihave 'known Mr. Blease for twenty.
years, and in all that time we have ;
never known Mr. Blease to represent
anything hut the whiskey trust. It
is i>lp.in that the whiskey trust pays
Slim for making the race for any office
he seeks, knowing that if he succeeds
4hey have a friend at court, and Mr.
Blease uses his popularity to that
?nd Gaffnev Ledger.
We don't believe you mean to say
what yoiThave written in the above,
Ed., ra.nd we are sorry you wrote it.
If you have any proof that Blease is
in the employ of the whiskey trust,
and that he was a candidate of that
0%0S?
usiswi
She f^K:^
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travels
" in e^se
and comfort
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" Last AizI wr ab rat t i sta
lacking a^ thatt.he rnoil impo;"-n!
shall I do, rry sho:s are uncomfar:a
'Start c?f cn a i^.ae thousand mile
crazy.!' I said. I.i decpa.'r I -v r.! i<
tender feet, that J can put rljh: ca
one I can sincareiy rcc?mni:r.d, try
bought I have a very h:^h instep;
large in other parts arid rubs my fa:
.. will not come together over the inr.i
and I am nothing if r.jt ccmf^rlai
right; fitted to pcrfac'icr.; r. raoc
them right on, wore them all my tri
J and comfort.
This expert:
':f. Yours if You
J* H. Summer
Newber
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THESE NI<
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Folder Ph
Are becoming more po
substitute for the OLD
PHOTOS, they're real!
Cheap in
If you are looking fo
price and yet for somet
chance to get them froi
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East Mai
trust to do their bidding then as a j
i
good citizen you owed it to your
State to have produced that evidence j
long ago. If you haven't got the
proof then the statement is c-ontradic- j
tory of the doctrine \ou have been !
preaching from wet?k to v.eek in your;
paper and your preaching is not
worth much.. This is a very severe
charge, Ed., and we are sorry to see
it in your i>a;.cr unless you have the
evidence to sustain it, and if vou have!
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it then vou nave been recreant not to
have produced it long ajro.
James Cruze, star of "The Million;
Dollar Mystery" will appear ut the
Arcade Wednesdac in Armstrong's1
wife, a Laskc featre in 5 acts.
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>0T1CE OPEMNG BOOKS
Under and by authority of a (Com-!
sion issued bv R. M. McCown, Secre-j
tary of (State, notice is hereby given;
that the books of subscription to the
capital stock of the Newberry Pelmet- j
to Trust Company will be opened at <
The Commercial Bank of Newberry, |
S. C., on Monday, October 9, 1916, at;
nvi<v*v A. M. The caDital stock of i
said company to be Five Hundred Dol-j
lars, divided into ten shares of fifty,
dollars each, with the privilege of in- j
creasing said capital stock to the sum j
of fifty thousand dollars.
JOHN 3VI., KIXARD,
O. B. MAYER,
Corporators.!
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Newberry, S. t., October 5, 1916.
EXECUTOR'S SALE
As executor of the last will and,
testament of Mary E. Counts, deceas- j
ed, I will sell at public auction to
the highest bidder therefore, gefore
-the Court House door at Newberry,
.
WjPi *s"f/0?s
BflSa I
Ill Actual
Rfi ' experience
i ?f a
' woman
t
rt on a trip. Ono ihin^ on'y was
L I sai J ?to ray h " What
hie?' 'G;t .1 new pair.' sal i h>.
trip with new sh^es, y n rp.: t bi
3 my dealer. ' K_ve you a shoe lor
an J walk away'in?" 'Vv>, 7 irva
Queen Quality !' I c: m , i saw, I
and if a shoe laces prap .rly it is L>a
:t If it fits corrccily ;h: fa \ it j
ep and is alt tether unci?i triable
>Ie. The Queen Quality was just
--1 cf beauty ?.nd co:r.f?rt. I put
Ip and ever sines with perfect ease
j
nee Will Be
Buy Shoes of
and Company
ry, S. C. j
&
:e little i
ES" ^
lotographs 1
puiar every ua>, a? a
ST YLE POST CARD
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[y very attractive for a
Price Only
>r something cheap in
hing neat, here is your I
m vour
Photographers j
SALTER
in Street. |
S. C.. during the legal hours of sale oa !
.Monday, the 6th day of November, I
19lf?, being sales day, all that tract J
of land lying and situate in the coun-1
ty of Newberry and State of South!
Carolina, containing sixty-five (6">) .
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acrcs, mure w icss, &iiu uuuuu^u * j ,
lands of R. L. Lominlck, M. L. Wicker
and others.
Terms, "Cash, the purchaser to paT !
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for papers, and revenue stamps.
Charles H. Counts,
Executor of Mary E. Counts. 1
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.NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Xotce is. hereby given tlii.it the undersigned
will make final settlement
of The estate of J. R. Lominick, deceased,
in the Probate Court of Newberry
county, South Carolina, on Nov
ember 6, 1916, at 11 o'clock A. 31. and
will at the same time and place asg
for letters dismissory as administratrix
of said estate.
All persons holding claims against
estate will please present same properly
verified on or 'before said date.
Roberta Lominick.
UVi AA,
October 5, 1916.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned will make final settlement
oc the Estate of Mrs. H. A. C. Robinson
in the Probate Court of Xewberry
County, South Carolina, on October j
16th, 1916, at 11 o'clock a. m., and will I
at the same time and place ask for
Letters Dismissory ias Administratrix;
of said Estate.
All persons are notified to present
to the Attorneys of the undersigned,'
Blease & Blease, Newberry, S. C.,!
verified statements of anv claims
against said Estate. !
Lenore Broaddus,
Administratrix with Will Annexed. |
Newberry, S. C., Sept. 20, 1916. I
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in the Maxwell
provements hav
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widely advertii
Maxwell in an}
continue impr
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constantly abr
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sometimes cor
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we restate our
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overlaps lower half.
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ited by arrow.
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uge, and other equa
> value heretofore present
product, Ultse caua UXJe
now been added.
th the Maxwell policy?so
sed?not to change the
/ essential detail, but to
oving it so that it will
dard, recognized product,
last of the best practices
ng the superlative and
claims that are
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of various automobiles,
sincere conviction that
Cars offer more real value
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foil like to have a beautiful
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Instrument board, shewing gasoline gauge> electric t
dasklight, speedometer, electric starting
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Arrow show9 old and new spring construction. |
AJew springs much longer and more flexible.
now equipped with a new and
ill longer and more flexible
id softer cushions, dashlight,
llv Imnnrtnnt refinements.
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per dollar than any other car in the
world.
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This too, is the belief of the thousands . i
and thousands of Maxwell owners. And j J
these beliefs are supported by actual and j
tangible facts. We actually know that j
within the entire history of the automoI_i1~
U../%?'nnoo st m ntri r r tiHV flaSS !
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or at any price? hase^uafHd the Maswe!! [ Mk
in honest dollar-for-dollar value. H
And if you will examine a Maxwell, ride
.in it, compare it with other cars, consider jj?
its splendid record, reputation and past
performances, you too, will know it. j|
Call or phone for a demonstration. jjj {
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