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It wins on ec
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M only 50c less t
8 bid for Hays'
If All of which s
I reputation for
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and see it
? the servi<
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$10.00 w
us explain this
factory during
oor
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s power?it's the world's These
rful low priced car. comf
belie1
Dncedes its beauty.
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so CO
ny seats, deep upholstery
iding cantilever springs? But co:
TAYLOR AUTO CO., Nev
The WiUy*-Overiand Company, ToU
in II. s. A."
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^ RECORD FR1(JK
BROUGHT BY A RANGE I
IN AUCTION
7 a man named Hays ? in an Ohio town ? h
Among the articles offered, was a Range Eterni
bidding, the Range Eternal was sold to Mr.
:han Hays originally paid for it. But that i<
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imply goes to prove that the Range Eternal 11
SERVICE.
Let Us Show You the RANG
Everlastingly Good.
>ame kind of range that Mr. Hays sold at si
Let us explain, one by one, the 32 points
ce of the Range Eternal so delightful ? and
range until you really understand the Kange
THE PROSPERITY HARDWARE
fcw. PROSPERITY, S. C.
ation Novembc
orth of ware free with
; range to you. We wi
the demonstration.
)SPERITY HARDWAI
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31/2
Horsepower
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rzZP' ' Roadster $620
l.? b Toled#
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nfortahle
things make it so amazingly
ortable that people can hardly
ire their senses.
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Duldn't think that a small, light,
Dmical, low priced car could be
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miortaDie.
me in and let us prove it to you
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fberry, S. C. I
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SOLD! I
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le Black M&sfache
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teld a public sale of his household
il which he had purchased in 1914.
Albert Ferguson of Grove City, 0., for
> not all. Later on, four of those who %
al deaier. J
> "legal tender" and has an established
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E ETERNAL I j
B
ach a record breaking price. Come in Jf
of Eternal Excellence which make
so economical. Don't buy any
Eternal.
COMPANY S !|
' j
ir 9th to 15th
range bought then. Let
11 have a man from the
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DKIVEK DOING WELL
His Lutheran Made (iood Showing
Against Bulldog.
The State.
James . Driver, coach of the New
berry college lootoan team, spent Sunday
night in Columbia, returning to
Newberry yesterday morning. Mr.
Driver's team played the itadel in
Charleston Saturday, losing by a close
score, and being the only team that
has scored more than one touchdown
on the Bulldogs this year, although
ti e list of Citadel opponents have included
Davidson and Georgia, botri ot'
which are stronger than usual.
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SEfiVBERRY TEA.U
Charleston American.
A most delightful event in social
circles was the dance given Saturda;night
by the Citadel cadets complimentary
to the Newberry football team ;
in their gymnasium hall. The follow- ;
ing were those dancing: Misses Rulu
Harvey, Blair Woodrow. JVIary Whit- \
sell, Saidee Brown, Newby 'Farreli. '
Marguerite Moore, Frances Gregg,
Maude 'vYfeinlieimer. Annie Lucia Bis?ii
TV ?1,.. ? 1;? j?
JM'I', ijMuniiy .>aiiaiiiic nu^
heiiner, -Carolina Simons. Margaret I
Fringle, Lucile Laurey, Adela Foiling,!
IL^Uma Holmes, Dorothy Rogers, Ethel
Inabinet. Laura Rickson, ElizabeU
Wickenberg, Mary Haskell, Katherine
Haskell, Baker Haskell and Miss Gum- '
mere; Cadets Adickes. Eason, Lesesne j
o-nJers, Alexandre, Elmore, .McFadden
Brown, Fowler, Fant, Midleton, Bruce,
i
Snearer, J. Gambrell, M. Wood, Sparks,'
Buck, Hagan, 0. Moore, A Street, i
Byers, Hope, Molarty, F. Street, Cannon
Howard, Muckenfiu-"*.. f.. Tliompson,
Chumbley, Hurt, A. Nichols, Jk.
Thomson, Cogswell, M. Jeffords, .*oiwood,
Thurston, F. Cothran, Keels, M.
Pearlsteine, Turner, Whiteiaw, Zemp,
E Poulnot, Lake, Dicks, F. Poulnct,
Dickson, Dinkins; cx cadets, George
Doyle, of George low:: ; John David, of
Dillon; Gilchrist, William Flint. J. H.
Holmes, Jr., Bohun Kinloch, Marvin
and Owen Speed of Spartanburg, now
attending the medical college, anj
members of the Newberry team.
i
fee Drlvt Out Malaria
And Build Up The System :
Take the Old Standard GROVE c
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know j
What you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it :s
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. i
The Quinine drives out malaiia, th*
Iroi Vailds up the system. 50 ceub
The Anderson F
Company Offe
Prizes to
Sowing wheat this fall who \
Blood" goods when sowing an<
Co.'s top dressing a^d soda ne:
For the best five acres of whe
For the second best five acres <
For the third best five acres of
For the fourth best five acres <
For the besc three acres of vvh
For the be.>t one acre of wheat
Mr. S. M. Byars, County De
a committee in due time to aw
have to do to get the prize is
wheat and oats successfully is 1
and fertilization when grain is
If the next wheat crop shonl
another advance.
Anderson Phospl
W. F. FARMI
See Gresham & Speei
n/\F
rur
I have a
Fords coming
R na dsters
Touring Ci
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Don't fail
P. B.C
A <
Whitmire, So
THE RURAL CRTMTS LA\Y. \
I Promises of Important Legislate*
j Briefly Hteited.
j Progressive Farmer.
The rural credits law in brief provides:
(1? That you may borrow one-half
tlie value of your laad; *
(.:!) That you 111:1 y have five to 40
years to pay bars tne money, paying
i-. ack as fast as you please after
live years;
(:i; That the interest rate can't
possibly exceed per cent, and will
almost certainly be less;
(4) That each borrower buys a
share in the national farm loan association
for each $100 he bono*'*,
selling this batk again when he pays
up; 1
(f>) That all other liability is limited
to "> per cent, of the amount a A
i^an borrows, mere being no trut-i * i
in the statement that he must assume
general joint liability with other borrowers.
\
If this plan interests you. wrltft
The Progressive Farmer and further
free information will be sent you.
NIGHT SCHOOLS.
Associate Reformed Presbyterian.
Mr. Geo. ii. Brown, State superintendent.
of Mill schools, is sending j
cut a circular to all mill presidents,
superintendents and mill teacher?
urging that night schools be started
in every mill in South Carolin. Mr.
Brown's slogan is: "A ni^ht schoo!
in every mill village in South Carolina
in 1916 and 1917."
RUB OUT PAIN
with good oil liniment That's j
the surest way to stop them.
[The best rubbing liniment is
MUSTANG
LINIMENT
ff Good for the Ailments qf
Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc.
Qoodfor your own A ekes,
Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains,
Cuts, Burns, Etc.
*hosphate & Oil
r the Following
Farmers
use the Andersom "Fish and
3 Anderson Phosphate aiul Oil
xt spring:
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tU . . . . . J I UU
)f wheat 75
wheat 60
wheat 50
eat 50
25
monstration Agent will name
ard the przts. All yr.u will
to make tlie? \ield. Raising
argcly a matter of preparation
sown.
d be short fl?r?r tvowI? make
rale and Oil Co.
5R, Secretary.
- (~ rc^-n ?-r*rw3 ^
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car load of
* this week.
$371.90.
irs 386.90.
to get one.
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>uth Carolina
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