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INEW POWER PLANTS
TO lBE BUILT SOON
Southern Power Company Pians En
largement at Great Falls and Moun.
Charlotte, N. C., Nov. 12.-Two new
lydio-electric power plants with a
Take notice that on the 9th (lay of
December, 1921. 1 will render a final
account of my acts and doings -as 1x
ecutrix of the estate of 'W. .M. Pinson
deceased, in the ollice of- the Judge of
Probate of -Laurcs county, at 11i
o'clock, ;t. in., and on the same day
will apt.ly for a final discharge from
my trust as Executrix.
Any pjerson indebted to asid estate
is notified and required to make pay
fent on that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before said date,
dilly proven or -be forever barred.
Nov. 9, 1921. 17-5t-A
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There is one thing you'll I
forget it. You'll wake up
"::!!:x!----!! Why in t
didn't I think to buy an ex
good ones, too.
Neither dirt, soot nor fllmes.
Positive sure-acting Heat Ind
All burners are of the Radiar
Saves 25 per cent weight of f
Superior flavor of clectricall:
All parts accessible for cleani
Low, medium and full heat re
Can be furnished with either
special outlet for attaching t<
Service, Quality and Utility I
*West inghouse Ranges are app
Institute and the Nattion
Cook With an ,.Electric
Cent Weight o
For Further Ir
IT MAKE NO DIFFEREI
yhat your ideas in je
-known to us we will
WE ARE SPECIALISTS
In our line and pride
satisfy you. y
WHETHER YOU KNOW
What you waht or ar
pay you to see us.
maxinum generating., epacity of 80,
000 and 60,000 horsepowei, respective
ly, are soon to be 'et~ted by the
Southern Power conpahfiy/according to
announcement at headqutirters of the
conpany here today. * ey will be
located at Great Falls, S. C., and
Mountain Island, ten miles from Char
The new plant at Great Falls will
nlot re(luire the construction of a new
daml3 and in 12 months will -be sup
plying 60,000 additional horsepower t9
the 40,000 now being geperated at that
tl)lant. The developlment at Mountain
Island will have a niaximnum capacity
of 80,000, produced through four gen
crating units of 2090D0 horsepower
each, and will be the second largest
l)ower station owned by the Southern
'P1ower company, being..d ceeded only
by the plant at Wate'd, S. C., which
has a maximum generating capacity of
rHOSE- EXT A
oe bound to remember if you
with a bzzxzzz! BANG!
he name of all that's mobile
tra tire." We sell 'em, and
iatic Electric Range
r cooked diRhes.
ng and repairs.
gulations for every burner.
right or left hand ovens.
>asters, percolators or irons.
)ilt into every Westinghouse
roved rby lood IIousokeepinig
al Roard . Fire Underwvriters.
Range and Save 20 Per
f Food Cooked.
LS, S. C.
wetry are, if you make them
ill your requirements.' '4
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ourselves on our allilI& to
, looking for auggestiehi~t fwill
P. U. TIANKSGIVING
Nowberry to be Mecca of Foot-Ball
Fans When Ancient Rivals Meet No.
Newberry, Nov, 16.-Newberry will
be a Mecca for Uouth Carolina foot
ball fans on Thanksgiving 'Day, for
that afttrnoon the annual gridiron
duel 'between the old rivals, the Pres
byterian :Dluestockings and the New
berry Indians, will be staged here.
Because of the intense rivalry between;
the two teams and their supporters,
this is always an unusually hard
fought contest-a battle-royal from
start to finish. Of the seven gaines
between the two elevens three have
been won by the 'Presbyterians, three
by the Lutherans, with One scoreless
tie. In 1913 Newberry won twice, each
thne by the score of 53 to 0; in 1915
she again won, 13 to 7; the following
year 'P. C. came down to Newberry
with .the solgan, "Beat Newberry or
bust," and won 3 to 0; 1917 saw the
Blulestockings come out victorious to
the tune of 21 to 0; 1919 was the year
of the scoreless tie; while last year
P. C. swon handily by the score of 27
to 0. Tle outcome of this game can
never 'be safely forecast, and the
"dope" has been trpset on more than
Newberry has come out of the slump
w hich she has suiffered for three or
foui. years, and this season tile Ii
dians, under the able cenhinlg of
".Dutch'' Maclicanl, whose bi)Illnt
work at (uarter ihas never been siir
passed in -this state, they have made
a notable record. Their tie with the
Citadel and their close game against
Carolina prove them to be an able ag
gregation. Although Walter John
son's U1lietsoekings have not won their
usiuail (Ilota, of Victories this year, due
to misfortunes to the s(ilad, Ihey are,
as all of Johnson's teams, well-oached
and snappy. In Jack Wilson they have
a halfback of unusual ability. They
can be counted on to furnish tile In
dians the stiffest sort of opposition,
c.pecially in view of their decisive
vIctory over Wofford.
To offset Wilson, Newberir-y has in
Mdlhee a qluarterback of eminent
ability and versatility, and in Ieede
one of the bert tackles in the state.
Wessinger, the 200 pound left tackle,
is a tower of strength 'in the line, and
the 'backfileld, with McPhee, the Borts
brothers, and Gardner, is one of the
best Newberry has ever had. Alto
gether, MacLean has a well-balanced
Preparations are belni made to han
dle the large crowd of spectators that
is expected. 'P. C. and the town of
Clinton will send down a large con
tingent of -Bluestocking rooters, while
automobile parties from other neigh
boring .points will help to swell the
attendance. The selection of tLuke
Hill as referee Insures a !woll-officiat
In addition to the big game, there
will be the intercollegiate cross coun
try run, which will be held just before
the game. All of the colleges for men
in this state have been invited to send
teams. Clemson needs but one more
victory to secure tile Sylvan cup..
Whlich Ot-her institutions also covet.
As a "curtain raiser" for the afteor
noon 'game, Newberry high and( Clin
tOn hligh wihll meet in the morning. Al
togethler, it will 'be a gala day In ath
Wtoundti I nilicted by Officer's Wleapon.
Was Makinig Arresl.
Unlion, Nov. 1i1.-Sheriff .J. 11. lFant,
tw'ho wvas accIdentally shot by his own
'iistol on W'~ednesday, while trying to
arrest a nlegro, died this morning.
(Union, Nov. 9.-Sheriff J1. Ilay Fant
was accidientalily shot and seriously
wVoundled at Minter's store tsodlay abouit
1 o'clock. 'Te sh~ot wa.- from tile
sheoriff's owvn pistol. Hie had gone to
Sedalui. to ar'rest a negro, Tom Brown
ing, accn'npianiedl by Rural Policeman
Mcianlel. The n gro shlowved a dis5
jos'iion to resist. Sheriff Fant struck
1im over the head w ith ij 1.untt a! I
tihe negrto wats ,then forced into thle
cat' by McDaniel who had already got
ten in and by Sheriff Faint -who was
si~ill on the ground. 'When thley had
hhn in theO car the negro stiil held
with one 'hand upon the door andi the
sh~eriff, 'holding his pistol 'by tile bat'
rel, struck the negro's hand. Tihe
pistol wvas thuts accidientally dis
.charged and tile 'ball entered Mr.
Fant's abdomen. 'He was rushed to
W'allace 'Thomalm hlospital for surgi
cal aid. The pistol carried a .41 cal
iber cartridge, tAn operation was iper
formed and the ball -found lodged
against the ver'tebrae of tile )back
bone. The bullet peneti'ated t'he abdo
men, perfor'ated the intestines and(
rangedi downward, The wound 'is most
serious, but physicians say 'Mr, F'ant
has a lighting chance.
If your stomach 'is out of order or
distressed, no matter from what cause,
Msii-ON, stomach 'tablets wvill give in
titant relief in case of indigestion,
acute or chronic, or money 'back,
Guaratneed by :Iaurn Drugr Con
IEMEMBER TiE ORPHANS
ON THANKSGIVING DAY
Work-Day Thanksgiving Appeal Is
Made for the Orpihan Boys and Girls
In the Four Church Orplianages of
the State. Need Is Urgent.
As your thoughts turn towards
Thanksgiving, think of the orphan
boys and girls of the tate. and through
your conra ribution help to make their
lives happy on this occasion, reniem
bering the .words of the Master, "It
is more blessed to give titan to re
There are in the four clhu11rCh1 or
phaniages of the state, 988 fatherless
children, who must be cared for. They
are (livided as follows: 100 in the
Church Ilome, 10piscopal, York, S. C.;
223 in 1lpworth Orphanage, Metho
dist, Columbia; ".0 in Connie 'Max
'well, l1aptist. Greenwood, and 315 in
Thornwell Orlianage, 'resbyterian.
Eiinton. These briglit, sweet chil
dren mutiist he fe(d, clote(l, trainmed andi
educated. Tile sIt)lto't fo' their lain
tenan (e isit he provi(led entir-ely by
the cliurch ind] Inuividual gifts. All
of the institutions, lue to the financial
de)r'essioni of the Past few iontlis,
have suffered from a lack of funds and
their needs at present are urgent.
A state-wide aippeal is therefore be
Ing inade for a Work-ilay Thanksgiv
ii offet iig inl their behalf. You are
asked to contribute at least one day's
wages, or the priocee(Is therefriomi, t
file orphIi ani age of y our Iireferelee.
This is a snmial requtest .we ar'e mak
ing for these oliphani child reti, and one
day (onated( to the "homlwe (if the
fatherless" will work a hardshi*:1 up
on no e011C. 1Each of the instittitionis
hope to share richly fromn this Work
Day Thanksgiving Aiieal. The M eth
odists in Soith Carolina are asked to
tu rn their1 hlp~Il to E.pworth Or phan
age, tle Baplists to 'Vonit ae Maxwell,
the Episcopalians to the hur('liich iloilo,
while the P'ryterte~ian will give their
aid to thie Thornwell Or'phanage.
The appeal is urgent. The 01-lilian
muflist he remembered. send in your
contribution, thereby hel-pi ng to ptro
vI(le for tihle care of these boys and
girls an( binging happiiess and joy
into their lives.
"Pure religion and nde110filed before
00(d and the Father is this, To visit
the fatherless and widow, in 'their
afflictions, and to keep himself unspot
ted from the world."
All conltlrinbutions should be sent to:
Thos. P. Noe, Church Ilome, York, S.
C.; W. D. Roberts, Epworth Orphan
age, Columbia, S. C.; A. T. Jamison,
Connie Maxwell, Greenwood, S. C.;
L. Ross Lynn, Thornwel1 Orpfhanage,
Clinton, S. C.
MRS. 00 D DiROPS
DEAD PLAYING GOLF
Examining Physicians Give the Cause
of Death as Hleart Disease.
Lakewood, N. J., 'Nov. 13.--Mrs.
George Jay Gould, wife of the capi
tallst, dropped dead today while play
ing golf 'with her husband on the
private links at Georgian Court, their
She *had just finished a (drive at the
fIfth tee and with her husband was
watching. Die flight of the ball wvhen
she colla~osedl without a .word. .\i r.
Gould turenedl to speak to lier 1and( was
astontishedI to see her lying across thle
tee. Thuin'kinrg his wife merely lhad
sttumblled, M\ir. Gould hash (ned to ats -
sist her to her feet, btut whlen she
fa iled to speak to himi, lie set thle
caddie otn a l 'hury call tot' phy3sicians.
D loctors Geor'ge WV. 1-awrnence aind
Irtwin i. I lance reaclied the link;
quickly. A brief examinat ion 'oni
vinced them That .\ars. G'ouild .was
(lead and that heart dilsueaset had .been
.\lras. Glould( : appear ed to b'e in c (el
lent heall. hwhetn ahe walked to the
links 'with .hem 'husband a few mitn
uttes before noon. Slae showed io
t races of exhaustion antd chiat~ted withl
lier husband as they teriogressed to
the fifth hole. Evideintly i-s. Gould
hiad over exerted herself aind had
made no ment ion of it to Mir. Gould.
hiiub-My-Tlsm, anatisept ic and1( pin
killer, for Infected ') %res, lftr,
sptrahins, ne'iralgia, rhktumatlsmu.
Growntig Children Nee'd Plentyv of lied
Cells in Bllood.
Whlen the young tody i' growing,
children frequen-tly *xper.nce weak
ness. Girls and 'boy soi etimes play
too hard and over-t x $teir systemst.
They become pale, -$e , andl sickly.
They lose their appe is, become Ian
'iutid, and are not ab to make prog
'ess in sohool wor . "Growing too
fast" is often true. t is most impor-.
tant to keep the blood of growving
girls and boys in a healthy state.
IPeptoiangan keeps the blood
p~ure. The red cells in the blood are
increased. They carry life-giving oxy
gen to all parts of the body, and whole
some youithfuliness blooms again in
'iear comlhexions, bright eyes and
buoyant spirits. Sold 'both In liquid
and talet form 'by druggists ever-y
,where. The name "Gudo's Pepto
~Mangan" is On the -package. Adver
a I lin J ots have been e 4
fia t Q:MAlTY in botht
.t standard of style which
ov ilhlustrated has no equal,
l'y imeril. Made of line
heels and onl graceful li es,
s Shoe Co.
RG, S. C.
Ct. H O PER.e Okie
New Walking Bool
Distinction and Q
Otu- winter assortmuen of WV
leeled. wvith1 thle Closest supervisionl
nui1terial and .1 worman,11ship, amd tl
appeals to a wvoman's pride and
'Por all roui 41xrIvice, the shl
and is a value of* more than ordina
quality Cocoa CalI.f with Cuban
you am' assured bot'h comWfort andl
ewr al kingrv Bank oan
way an ei. w~ibte can~s srv yo
wheheror aot ou~ e et dir
wIit u. WeIU wil wele th ori
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