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^ SG in. Totton Serge, c<
? brown, black, i-my, won!
? the yard
? 36 in. Stem and Fren
^ black, ccpen, green, brov.
^ and 75 cents yd. Special
81.00 and S1.25 uuaii
? Ser^e, ail .vooi. Colors,
$$ dark ;?reen, copen, plum
A $1.50 and SI.To all \\
^ Serge. Navy, black, *bro\
J price the yard
9 50 in. Broad Cloth,
? Skirts and children's Coa
raw, Mack, gray. Specia
X" 52 in. line quality all \
? ers, black and dark
? the yard .'
@ All woe! Skiit Plaids ;
^ patterns that are very n
? nov;. On sale at very si
? yard $l."i
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^ For T?:cn\>, ^T> omen's
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and easiest'of all naite
FALL CF LLOYD GEORGE
Imme-iate Result is Postponement
of Coming of Brilish Debt Commission
1c Tliis Country
Washington, Oct. 10.?Fall of the
Lloyd George government gripped
tnc attention of officials here today,
both governmental * and diolomstic.
although no direct immediate cffectj
of the change in the British ministry
further than additional delay in the
Brirish debt funding negotiations was
expected to he apparent in rc Iations
cetwecn the United States and Great
The London cabinet crises is full :'f
possible future complications for all
other governments, including the
United "States, however, and a clear
understanding: of what is ahead, depended
very largely on the e: .gram
made by Premier Designate Borav
Lfw in his attempt to fcrm a new
cabinet. The immediate result of
the crisis already felt in. \7asuia.rc:>n
is the postponement of .':<? i-vvdng *3
this country of the British de bt commission
headed by Sir Rrin". Kern?.
' chancellor of the exchequer in the
Lloyd George government. Sir iv.>bert
was to have sailed for the United
States a week ago. accompanied by
Montague Xormun, director of the
Bank of England, out the <. : binet
crisis was then impen.i:- g ai 1 departure
was delayed on that a uet.
Ready tc Discucs R--?ft*ndirg
Preparations - for discus : n of the
problem of refunding th * : i-.!^: war
debt to the Unil-.-u Stat', through issues
of long f : :" * B" i so-'urtric.
hid been made by the treasury and
state department .
It anpearc i <1 ut' tf ti t-> o*: :ai<
hf,re today, however. v. e." t1: cr.l
situation in be suf
fu-:ent!y oiarin d t" j>r.-rjiit : Br:::-h
commission. to be sent. There is lit? i
doubt here thsi if the iefnnd
;v.r nejrointi .? . <. i
out p:-ict: ;;:!> \". v r !' 1 . ;.:r ?'iy
rr.ann.- i > .:r. alt"' izh it Is ;?::*>i*tt?d
the* new . ' .?.v:s*r..r ni'v
a pf; n( *::i eh. n^; in i>i'*-h " h y
t? wn" ' * r. f \r>:>:he? n :s?
* iv. ' .1 *' - ''riv.iti.-n
;;r:-v-:r:'- the Uhit( d S: tes the st?.t
f A nib; . In - < r.t
y , - * ? P, ' \ <. .
; * :. -n Ml
of "hi-" r v." Ii i
sor. Lor: P. e r. a" ::u*
Sir Cecil Stn hnr-iv . e. w ; :.-:v a..:-.
' & Carpenter
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A Great Money-!
:oI Dress Goods at Sj
onsists of Serges, Tr
Ml *s i!J _.
in prevail uniu our s
i Listed Und<
i i bla
Mors, navy, red, copen,
h Si>c vd. Special price vn
ch Serge. Conors, navy,
n, red, plum, worth 50 j as
price 39c j pri
iiy Storm and French
navy, brown, black, j j vy
. Special price yd. 75c j the
*ool Storm and French \
^ ?' C! ^ A/-il O 1 L C 1-\,
Ml ciilU Oj'CUJcn r r
$1.00 ! J
a splendid cloth for j || spt
ts. Colors, red, brown, g
1 price the yar d.... 95c I
,vool Broad Cloth. Col- j col
green. Special price ? \
$1.75 | r am
and Stripes. Colors and j f
inch in demand just j j: Pri
fecial lo'.v prices. The j jj
[5, $1.90, $2.50, $2.90 j i an.
: PATTERNS Li
and Children's api
and perfect fitting
rns to use. j
bassador in Washington, was of the
Naturally a man specially selected
by a government for a particular post
i> more affected by the political vie- j
jssitudes of t-ne government wincn
appointed them than would be thej
diplomats who have made that works
their life business regardless of po-!
litical changes in their own coun-!
May Recall Geddes
If :he policies "of the London gov-'
ernmer.t arc to be radically changed :
as a result of the crisis, possibly am- ;
bissadors selected as was Sir Aukland
Geddes, may be recalil'd.
The United States government also
has very direct interest in the near
Eastern situation which contributed
to the cabinet crisis. Through secretary
Hughes, the broad purposes of
the Lloyd George policy in the near
cast?establishment of the freedom'
of the Turkish straits andguarjntees
:;? protection for racial and religious
minorities in Turkey?have been endorsed
by the United States government.
With the political questions
v.ch ait? involved in determining
ihe i:".cthod of securing: those purpos- i
t . hwvever. the Washington government
has disclaimed all connection.!
it is evident that the near eastern j
policy in which political combination '
jt.nr.-oi- the Brkish government will!
he a mirier of concern in Washing-:
Tnis is particularly true inasmuch i
as iie rights of Americans in Turk-.
l-:i territory rest in part upon the
:n :ty ohrjjations between Turkey
an i oilitr jcovornmenu. The United
S*a..s has under the capitulations
vi:h Turkey provided for correction,
imvr.uniiics and protections for Amrri*
:v.i citinens in Turkey. British,
Frt-juh ar.u o.her c.;pi:u!at?on treats
with Turkey are of wider scope
than tlu- American a? cement, ho'.vc
\ r. a::l American citizens have en'
cx ;ir.< a.- other fov(.
* n*i'ion> i: i ur.v.'y pan :y as tne
n of favi>rv;i na:<>n clause
':. Amo:i'.an-Turk:.-h treaty
whah macie provisions of the other
; p'itulations apply equally to AmerT.
A an capitulations. n tne
view . ? the Washington government.
v.*c: v t*tf i ' >* the w ir. as the
i ' .> La* < a." I urkey were not
. . . -V, P.T
' : ."v \ Pr!;:sh ani
<y h- :? :* Turkey en?!e 1
J'- v of war u.--a:n^
' _ jf *} ' fi'i*rh" >iiiin*r
!>: *.;h tr v' -nnicn: Jovs not Insist on
with :h? near eastern situ a
M^aanaftc?? qroKca?3?BE? HTUT
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Saving Sale of Woo!
1 T> .1 ? *i
3eciai rnces tnai wi
icotine, Poirei Twills
tocks of Woolens ar
ices on Many It<
y WI II II MUBWB? 1WI ill. m m new??ii ?
48 in. all wool Tricotine, very
.ck only. 83.50 value, special pr
54 in. all wool very line quality
vy, brown and black. A regular
ocial price the yard
54 in. all wool French Serge, a
made. Navy only. S3.75 va
cc the yard
42 in. French and Storm Serge,
and brown. Worth $2.50 yd.
40 in. all wool Shepherd Plaids
eviai price the yard
40 in. wool Shepherd Plaids,
i ? - . *.. i
:ciui price me vara
COTTON YARD GOOE
32 in. dress Ginghams, plaids,
01 s 19c,
27 in. Dress Ginghams, solid c
cl plaids. Price the yard 10c, 15c
32 in. Romper Cloth, solid color
ice the yard
32 in. Lad-Lassie cloth, solid c
d stripes. Price the yard ...i
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tion upc-n all of the old British capitulation
rights in Turkey, the United
States would be thrown back upon
the limits of its own treaty of capitulation
SOME FACTS ABOUT
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS
Seventh-day Adventists are conducting
their missionary operations
in 10S countries, divided among 8 division
conferences, 51 union confer\
ences, comprising 139 local conferences
and 160 mission f.elds, with
15.009 evangelistic and institutional
workers in their employ, according to
the latest statistical report which
\fv u v P n(rprc cry riqliral sp.prpta
ry for the denomination gave at the
fall convention of the general conference
committee which was held in
Kansas City, Missouri, September 20
In his repor.t, Mr. Rogers said that
the denomination is working in 179
languages, publications being issued
in 100, and "connected with the!
movement are also 204 institutions,!
representing, together with confer- j
ence organizations and church build- j
ings, a total investment (for 1920);
of $30,o99,4?31.49, and an aggregate j
annual income of over $23,000,000.!
The number of organized churches!
now stands at 4.730, an increase of j
189 during the year. The member- !
rhip of churches is 198,038, an in-,
rroase durinir 1921 of 12.638. The
number baptized during1 the year was;
21.061. an increase of 1,638 over the (
number baptized during 1021.''
A total of $8,508,056.10 was given
for church purposes during 1021. The ;
report further declares that "there
are now 46 publishing houses and
branches. 34 sanitariums, 10 treat-:
mer.t rooms, and 114 educational institutions
of advanced grades (1.190
primary), having assets for 1020 of,
$14,276,078.07. and employing 7,-;
"The 114 educational institutions
had an enrolment 15,103 students,
with 1.110 teachers employed, an av
erage of 13.-3 students per teacher.
These schools trained and sent into
some branch of the organized work;
during the year 1.420 persons. The
increase in the number of laborers of
all classes during 1021 was 1.028. so
that the number trained by the!
s-h. ><>!? c:">n?4ituted the lar<ro?t proportion
of tho.*.1 entering th? work
<iuri:i?r the year.
*"l)i;rinii" 1:?JI tin* 1 040 persons
Co:!::tvt;'v! with tru- publish!::;-: \v;;rk
pr-nir . < ;f *':e foiiowir.jr ik>\v llrcr:*.-.
turc: -1 per'')ii"H:i!s, 8.'? boun,' bowks, j
76 pamphlets, 180 travis, a fcotal of j
wing Store of ft
pmw??WWU ?? Mil win I ?Mil I i . i inn
i Dress Goods beginn
II mean a saving to y
Broad Cloth, Novel
e greatly reduced.
g of Cotton \
ems are Below r
fine quality, J Shirt Mad]
ice yd. $2.48 j 45 inch v
Poiret Twill. j yard
$4.50 value. 39 in. Ke
$3.00 the yard
s fine quality 36-in. Cr<
lue. Special 45c anct
$2.49 36 in. br(
-n 1 i
an wuui. x>n- i ,w.iu
Special price j 18 and 25
$1.69 j yard
. $2.50 value. 36 inch L
$1.43 25c and
)S White, pi
stripes, solid Colors, pi
, 25c, 35c yd. 36 in. Bl<
colors, stripes the yard
, and 25c yd. Hill Blea
s and stripes. ! Heavy li<
25c Apron Gi
olors, checks j Heavy S<
29c | yard
WING STORE OF NE
NEWBERRY, S. C
352 separate publications, the value
of one copy of each was ?23?.06, thus;
making the total separate publications
now stand at o,507, valued at
$1,000.80. Two new languages were;
J J ^ A J i.! /v n?nr. U ic-n L'OMQ
cUlUt* a UUi 111^ UlC \ cai , iViv^uaaii.u,
added by the Hamburg: Publishing
house (Advent-Verlag), and the Navajo,
by the South-western Junior
college. One language, the JavaMalay,
was dropped during the year,
making the net. increase one language,
the total now standing at just,
100 in which denominational publica- j
' tions are iss.ued. |
i ''The sale of denominational liter- i
ature during 1021 aggregated $4.-;
764,521.06. This literature, issued"
, in 100 languages, is prepared (as in-'
dicated in Table 3) in form of 148.
- " 11 - A/>
periodicals, iw oouna dooks, ouo
pamphlets, 2.085 tracts, a total of
3,507 separate publications (containing
278,805 paces), one copy of each]
' nf which (books in cloth binding) is
valued at Si,000.80.''
Mr. John Suber has returned to his
home in Newberry after a week's visit
to his son, Mr. Her.ry Suber.
Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Copeland and
little son, Oswald. Jr., of Xewberrv.
\Tv< J H Hinn
WIT IV Lilt V- v. v. ...rr .
for the week end.
Mrs. Frank Boozer and children
are visiting relatives in Newberry. ;
Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Copeland spent.
Friday in Newberry.
Miss Mary Cannon of Newberry,
spent the past week-end with Mrs. E.
Miss Alliene Hipp of Newberry
spent the week-end with her mother,
Mr. John Ii. Hipp. \
Mrs. Bowers and daughter of Newberry
spent Sunday with Mrs. Henry'
Mr. Barlow CopeJand of Newberry
visited relatives in town Sunday.
Mrs. Henry Suber and children
spent last w ?ek with relatives in
Miss Lucy Kpps spent the past
L-c i>i Wvv.
WCt'.VL'.lU l*tl Uwmw-iViaw
The electric fan and the baseball
f.-in iirive retired for the winter.
i MENTHOLATUMi j
chases it av/ay. Jy
JUtJ &V?k%Q,iUVS %
ou of 35 to 50 perceni
Ity Skirting?, Etc. Th
r -a *r>i "B
ard Goods an
lAill Quotations 1
ras, yd. 25c, 35c, 45c, 50c, and 6(
rhite Tennis Suiting1. Price tl
rrv Linen or Nurses' Cloth. Pri<
stons. Price the vd. 25c, 35c, 39
ii T :
)\vn an pure jjiiien. u
60c and 71
I inch brown Art Linen. Prices tfr
35c and 5(
ong Cloth. Prices the vard 18c, 20
rice the yard 15c, 25c, 35c and 5(
rice the yard 19c and 31
eaching, a splendid quality. Prii
ching, price the yard 11
rht-colored Outing. Price yd II
ingham. Price the yard 10c and 1!
?a Island, 36 in. wide. Price tl
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES-i
State of South Carolina, County of i 1
Newberry. J a
Notice is hereby given that under jc
and by virtue of the authority given j r
in the last will and testament of John I _
W. Cameron, deceased, bearing date!
the 9th day of September, 1908,!
which was admitted to probate in i
(xnimon form in the Probate Court j
fur Newberry cour.'y, South Caroli
na. on the 10th day of June, 1913,!
the undersigned, as Administrator,!
with the will annexed of the said I
John YV. Cameron, will sell to the!
highest bidder before the court
house door at Newberry court house,
Newberry, S. C., on salesday in No-i
vember, 1922 (being the Gth day of
said month), within the legal hours
of sale, and iust following the sales
by the master, the following described
real estate, to-wit: All that lot
and parcel of land situate in the City
of Newberry, County of Newberry, i
State of South Carolina, fronting one
hundred and sixty-eight (16S) feet
on Milligan street, and being otherwise
bounded by lands cf Moody'
Cameron, George W. Summer and
Mrs. Kate Havird. said lot of land include?
three (3) lots Numbered respectively
4. 5 and 6 on Block B on
a plat made by F. W. Higgins, surveyor.
recorded at page 44S of Plat
Book D in the office of the Clerk of
Court for Newberry County. Lot
N. 4 was conveyed to John W. Cameron
by the deed of C. A. Cameron,
recorded in the office of the Clerk of
Court for Newberry county at pages '
' - - - tx t r\ i_ \- _ 1 A
11U and ill oi ueea uook ao. iy. ,
Lots Xs. 5 and 'J were conveyed to |
the said John W. Cameron by the I
deed of George W. Summer recorded
at page 8S of Deed Book No. 17 in
The said lot has a dwelling house
situate thereon, and the said real estated
was owned by the said John W.
Cameron at the time of his death and
the same was devised by him to hi$
wife. Louisa Cameror. for life. The
said Louisa Cameron is now deceased
and in and by the terms of the
last will and testament the said real.
estate is to be sold for a division
among the remaindermen.
Terms of sale: One-half cash;
balance on a credit of twelve months'
from the date of sale, the credit portion
io bear interest at eight per;
cent per annum, to be evidenced by.
promissory note of the purchaser, in
the usual form and providing for the
payment of attorney's fees in case of
collection by law. said note to be se-1
cured by first mortgage of the prem-'
ises, which said mortgago shall pro-'
vide for the payment of taxes and;
for ihe insurance on the building at
the expense of the purchaser; pur-:
chaser to pay for papers, recording
foes, and revenue stamps. The pur-'
::->aser may anticipate the payment
r>f any and all of the credit portion '
i.i > "ish. Immed-ately upon bidding
i the property, the puivh.s^r shall
Day to the undersigned at. least one
hundred (?100.00) dollars ir. cash
>> evidence of his good faith.
(iiover B. Cameron.
Administrator, with the Will Annexel
of John W. Cameron, deceased.) "
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id Silks are Big
)c Heavy Cheviots, price tl
le Best quality Outing*, whi
>c and dark stripes. Price the
:e Feather Ticking, Price t
'c Ticking for mattresses.
ie Heavy blue Denim. Pric
S(j in. pretty quality i
ic the yard
40 in. Crepe de Chine. I
3c 40 in. Canton Crepes. F
?c $3.00 and
:e Satin Crepe. Prices the
3c Taffetas. Price yd. $1.G<
3c Satins, price yard $1.0C
5c ! Charmeuse, price yard .
le j Silk and Wool Crepes.
3c | and
Rin our notion d
You will find every r
dress making such as 0
Linings, Braids, Buttons,
NOTICE OF DRAWING JURY I court
We, the undersigned jury commis-J venes
ion of Newberry county, will on the j 10 o'<
0th day of Nov., 1922, at 1) o'clock j
l. m., in the clerk of court's office. i
penly and publicly draw thirty-six
lames to serve as a petit jury for the j Oct. I
Car will re
Large White Hea
Just received 1 car Flo
Look at these prices.
Plain in wood
Plain 48-lb. sacks
Plain 24-lb. sacks
T. M. Sand*
. Goods S
?v : >&'' &
le yard 15c
ite, solid colors, light
yard 15c ?
he yard 25c ?
Prices the yard 10c ?
e the yard 19c @
vhite Pique. Price ?
S5c, 45c, and 50c yd.
3rice the yard $1.39,
$2.50 yd. ?
rices the yard $2.50, A 1
yard $2.50, $3.25,
J, $1.50, $1.69 $2.50
I. $1.50 $2.00, $2.25 ?
...$1.75, $2.00, $2.25 W'
Price the yd. ..$2.25
lecessary item for ?rnaments,
Cords, Laces, etc. ^
of perioral sessions, which con-'"
Monday, Nov. 27th, 1922, at
-lock a. m.
J. B. IIALFACRE,
C. C. SCHUMPERT,
/ J, D. WHEELER.
? 11 I IP ?I '-! WJC
'II I I
ur. ... *
S r .
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.. .... $r,75 barrel
$6.50 barrel j
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