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S. C., as 2nd ciass matter.
e. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Friday, November 10, 1916.
Hie Herald and NTews )3 pubiishiDg|j
as full reports o! Liu* election as wei
could obtain. There is nothing to;
print in the State elision The Democratic
ticket of course is elected
as every one knew u would be.
Mr. Manning runs behind his ticket
but the bolt' that so much was said
about was no bolt at all.
+v,i0 wriHn? that Presi- i
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<ient Wilson Is reelected though thereT|
is still an element of doubt. The sen-Vj
ate and house it seems remain democratic.
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We liave corrected our mamug
up to date and no doubt some mistakes
have been made. We will take pleas
lire in correcting these as soon as our
attention is called- to the errors. We j
have not yet had opportunity to re- j
ise the corrections and the wonder I
will be if there are not a great many'!
On Monday evening December 11th
the Baptist State convention will he
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called to order in the court house, al
least four hundred delegates are expected.
Newberry will live up to her
reputation for open hearted hospitality.
When tlie committee calls on yoa
to assist in rtliis great undertaking
do not consider haw many delegates
von can entertain "conveniently," hut
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how many you can entertain "inconveniently."
Every one will do his
part. You can always count on Newberry
'for a warm Welcome and an
CENTRAL M. E. CHl'KCH, SOUTH
Be?, F. E. Dibble, Pastor.
Service for Sunday, November the
""D ho as follows:
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Morning service 11 a. m., subject or
sermon, ''Making a Life Division.' A
church conference at the close of the
Sunday school 3:30 p. m.
Epworth Leasee 6:45 p. m.
Evening service, T*20 p. m., subject,
'(As Little Children.''
Come in the spirit of prayer and
praise and there is a blessing for you
iii Gcd's hosis.
OPENING OF WEST END
The West Encl Baptist Church which
was burned "oa the 6th of June, is
now completed, and will be opened
Sunday evening at 7:30. Our two
neighboring churches have been so
good and congenial to allow us to
worship in iheir buildings, we have
invited them To" come over and have
a union service, with the following invited
brethern to speak for us.
Devotional?Rev. S. P. Koon.
Addresses from Mr. Z. F. iWright,
Mr. W. H. Hunt, Rev. R. H. Burriss,
Rev. Gobe Smith, Dr. J. H. Harms, Dr.
x> trinorri Tir A. ,T. Bowers, Rev.
Odd. 1 luaui U| . _
J. W. Carson, Mr. J. D. Kinard, Mr.
W. E. Bouknight, closed by.JDr. Geo.
A cordial invitation is extended to
all our friends.
The first r^guiar service in the new
building of^ihe West End Baptist
church will be held Sunday, Nov. 12th.,
at 7:30 p. m. The exercises will celebrate
the coifipletion of Rebuilding
the church and the program wmcu includes
short addresses by representative
men of the city will be interesting
from etart to nnisli.
The committee having in charge the
work ofi rebuilding taEe this opportunity
to thank the membership and
friends of the cnurch for their liberal
and hearty support. Through their
aid they have been able to replace
their burned structure with a buildingj
of which they are justly proud. Its
furniture, lighting and heating system
make it one of the most comfortable
churches in the city.
Mrs. A. P. tiser Dead.
Mrs. A. P. iTiser died at her home
in the Pleasant Grove section Saturday
with paralysis. She had been in
bad h alth for about one year and
had recently been taken to Newberry
for treatment. She was- in her 60th
year of age. '
Before marriage Mrs. Riser was
Hiss Mary Magdalene Matthews, and
was a native 01 sanna vuuui.>.
ha 1 for many Tears "been a devoted
member of St. Mar no Lutheran
"Besides hr>r husBand the deceased
kaves the following children: Misses
Ida and Mamie Lee "Riser. Clarence
and Earnest Riser, of this count.y, and
Wvman Ri-er of Newberry. She is
also survived by t** followinr brothers
and sisters- IWrs. Nannie Bedenba"?h,
ProsnpHtv: "Wrs t irrie Domini^.
of Florida: Jacob Mathews, of
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M1QC1SclDTil' jvirs ??f?r>i v nuu
Ftat?v and Bill Mattfcews, of Sa!nda
The tonera* <*^rvf<v?fl irppsfrbeld'8?nwdav
at St. Marfcg. and were conducted
fcy tlie Her. W. A. Dntttm.
THE HARVEST JUBILEE
1A< GREAT SUCCESS
Special to Th- Herald and News.
Little Mountain, Nov. 7.?The Harvest
Jubilee at the Little Mountain
school last Friday night was a great
nnU/\ /\1/1 T-Monrl'c* r?lnVv on/1 tTlQ
1 11C VIU i-LLCllM O V1UU C4.nu
negro minstrel were both immensely
enjoyed by everyone present. After
these performances the crowd mingled
together aid amused themselves fishing,
visiting the fortune teller, guessing
the doll's name and eating
| ice cream and candy. The size and
generosity of the crowd can be judgi
ed bv the1* proceeds, which amounted
Mr. J. N\ Feagle spent last Saturday
in Laurens with R. A. -Cooper.
Messrs. J. H. and W. B. Wise liave
gone to rennesee to purcnase muies.
Mr. Elmer Shealy and Mr. Ernest
Derrick spent Tuesday in Columbia.
Miss Louise Wicker visited her sister,
Miss Ernestine Wicker in Little
Mountain last week-end.
Among the Newberilans who came
down for the Harvest Jubilee were: i
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Buzhardt, Bt-netta,
Buzhardt, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Hipp,
Harold Hipp, Mary Alice Hipp, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Wicker, Mr. and Mrs. T.
P. Wicker, Miss Julia Wicker, Dr. J.
K. Wicker and Mr. Walter Buzhardt.
i Misses Eunice Long, Annie Lee
Huffman, Martha Boland and Mr. Virgil
Shealy motored to Clinton last
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a. Jutrc oucai j auu xwuci t uct
Riser spent the-week-end at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert IWtyatt of Roanoke,
Va., are visiting relatives here.
.Rev. J. J. Long returned Friday
j from the meeting of synod in Wal|
| At this meeting Mr. W. A. Counts,
cashier of the Farmers and Merchants
Bank of this place was elected treasurer
Mr. Ernest Boland and family mo- j
tored up from Columbia Sunday af-j
Mr. Evanfi Shealy of Columbia spent
Sunday with his parents.
I Mr. Ciatnie Latnan oi Newberry,
' spent Tuesday with his jarents.
i Savaonah NVws, 7th.
The marriage of Miss Leah Boland to
| Louis Trebony, Jr., took place yester-1
: day morning at 7 o'clock at the parsonage
of the Sacred Heart Church. Rev.
j Father Eugene performed the cere'
mony. Although the engagement of
the young couple had been known for
some time no definite date had been
set for the wedding, and their mar:
riage came as a surprise to their rel,
atives and friends.
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I ^viiss ocua.uu iJiiu as wr ma.iu ui
honor Miss Margaret Murphv, an#
I Bagwell Tippins acted as Mr. Tre.
bony's best man. The bride wore her
' traveling suit of midnight blue chifi
fon broadcloth with collar and cuffs, of
Hudson seal fur. The belted coat
i opened over a blouse of flesh-colored
| Georgette crepe embroidered in silver,
and h?r hat was of silver lace with a
crown of black velvet and trimmed
j with a silver ornament. White top- i
boots and gloves completed her costume
and she wore a corsage bouquet I
of bride's roses.
Miss Murphy's suit was of dark blue
l.roadcloth and her blouse of Georgette
crepe was finished with collar and cuffs
of lace. * Her hat was of black velvet,
the crown being made of gold lace and
I trimmed with a gold ornament. She
j wore pink roses.
| Mr. Trehony and his bride left immeidiately
a"tcr the ceremony for a two
wr-eks' trip to Atlanta. Nashville and
Lookout Mountain. The bride wore
, with her suit a small hat of black vel,
vet and a lace veil.
i Miss Boland is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. D. Walter Boland. Mr. TreI
V-ony is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Many handsome gifts have been received.
among these beina: a set ?f!
silver from the Southern Cotton Oil
"Company with which *Mr. Trebonv is
! connected. Upon their return they will
j be with, the bride's parents.
Xewberry Scrubbs ts. P. C. Skrubbs.
! The second team of the Presbyterian
College will journey down from
| Clinton Tuesday morning to tackle the
' strong second team of Newberry Colj
lege. The P. C. Scrubbs are an un|
known quantity,""Tint it is safe to say
that they will give their opponents
! a fight. Newberry's Scrubbs are also
; nf a <?rmhtfii1 nTiarflpfpr hut thpir stiff
fight against the Varsity every day
brands them as there with the staying
, qualities. The second string men have
a better line than backfield, and the
odds favor their holding the Presby;
terians safely, provided they can
i score. This game will only serve to
, give Newberrians a taste of what is
! in store for them Thanksgiving when
I the varsities of these two colleges
meet at College Park.
| Game will be called at 3:15 p. m.
Tuesday. November 14th, at College
Park. Admission, men 25c; ladies and
Garli^ flavor can be eliminated by
beating milk to 3 45 degrees F. and
blowing air through it.
There are 70 national bird reservations,
of which 67 are in charge of
the department of agriculture.
HE.ISLET NAMES FACTORS
OF MOTOR CAR QUALITY
"While the public is more motorwi&e
than in former days when it
comes to choosing a car," says J. G. j
Heaslet, viop-president, in charge of
engineering and production of the
Studebaker corporation, "it is "also a
fact that many people still chooee by
impression instead of by comparison.
? "It frequently happens that a man
will waver betwew tw msfcee
car because to him looks about
as good as the other Tbat is hi? im
Do you read the la]
your baking powder i
of tartar or, on the otl:
or phosphate ?
Royal Baking rot
cream of tartar, derive
adds to the food onlyOther
phosphate, both of i
used as substitutes f
because of their cheap
Never sacrifice qu
ness for low price,
pression. H-e overlooks such important
items as greater power in the one
car than in the ether, increased roominess,
more expensive finish, larger
wheels and tires and so 011.
"Then there is that much talked of
matter of quality. As a matter or'
fact, quality is a comparative t?rm.
There are different degres of quality,
as any purchasing agent can testify.
"In the matter of upholstering, for
instance, we could buy leather for the
Studebaker cars at 40 per cent less
than we pay if w<> were willing to accept
some other than high grade,
straight grain leather. We could also !
buy lower grade hair tlian we specify, j
and save 33 1-3 per cent on this item,!
or wp could get a combination of hair:
and fibre for 50 per cent less.
"Our bodies are finished with 25!
hand-applied cleansing, color and
varnish operations, because in this
way we are able to .get the- most lasting
and lustrous finish possible. /We
could save 85 per cent of tt.is cost by
looc co f iofo Arv m.r.thnH
UUU IUC iV/OO OUtiOitt AUi J Uiv tuuu
of black enameling and drying this
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(Producers of "The (
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"A LASS C
A sensational serial in
| FRIDAY NOVi
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Short profit i
C. R. W
bel to know whether
s made from cream
ler hand, from alum
jvder is made from
ed from grapes, and
lers contain alum or
mineral origin, and
or cream of tartar
Lality and healthfulI
finish in a baking even j
"We could save 35 per cent in the
cost of each bearing used in Studebaker
cars, by specifying some makes
of roller or ball bearings. However, J
we prefer to use Timken roller bear- '
ings throughout and pay the extra
"Another interesting example is the .
starting and lighting system. We
could save 10 per cent, and get a sys- :
tem identical to that use.d on other |
cars of the Studebaker price. But we
prefer to pay the added cost for the
sake of getting what we know to De
as efficient a system as can Ik? produced.
"In these days, when there is talk
of motor car standardization in the
air, and when things have actually
been done along th? line of standardization,
some people have come to
think that 'most cars are pretty much
alike after all.' The examples -enumerated
above prove that there are still
many differences, in specifications and
quality, which reflect themselves in
the kind of service, comfort and satisfaction
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15, two reel Episodes.
y November 16 l|
ad Mules !
and no feed
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The meeting of Jasper Chapter D.
A. R. which should have been held
Friday tenth, nas b.en postponed to
Friday seventeenth on account of the
Feast of the Rive Tables by the schools.
The meeting will be ITefu at four o'clock,
Mrs. W. H. Carwille, hostess.
I All Alterations
| Caldwell and
I $ 1 4
1 About 100 Suits
I Values up
I A Ker\l i ifnlir M,
Come while the
All sizes. Good ;
and color by
$ 14.95 and sis
mail---But not on
I The Woolex Store
SPOT CASH WHEN
1216-20 Main St.
Or On Your T
Frove tneir suj
Smoothness of Si
as well as Select:
ject and Artists
A trial of a few
i Caiv should be taken to handle al|
falfa hay so as not to lose leaves, asj
these contain considerably more fha.i
50 per cent of the feeding value of
THE HERALD ANb NEWS. ONE
YEAR FOR 3l.5o.
No Suits on 8
atest Suit Sale I
; Today! I
in this Big Sale,
picking is good,
stock. Order size
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I Haltiwanger r
The Ladies Store
SUIT IS SELECTED
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allnnir Marhinp I
it isn't a
jeriority in T one,
fu;11 I i
>11 JLJ ?. UllUAXVV^ I
ion of both Sub- J
put into them. 1
; Believing" j|
' will convince, jl
On Sale at I
L SALTER'S I
I East Main St 1
iJ Phone 358 1
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