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IM 11 and jem i
Bartered at the Postoffice at New
hey, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
. . I
Tuesday, October 3, 1916.
A linotype machine is like all other
midlines, botR material and human, j
sometimes it gets out ot nx. hrven i
an automobile will sometimes refuse
to run. Our machine lias done faithful
work for many years and has sel<dom
gotten out of fix. We are forced
ast this time to say that this issue of
The Herald and News is short of many
items of live news that were written
and oould have been printed but for
tie fact that we have been unable
to get them set in type. "We hope
"by the next issue, to have everything
in good running order and also hope
not again to be late.
Wo .oc-V nnr sii>K<v?rfhArs tn thear !
with. ois. Everything will be working
good by Friday. Our temporary looaN
reprter has covered the field thoroughly
and it is not his fault that his items
do not appear. We will print them
on Friday. ,
All the merchants had a good trade J
on Saturday. The clerks were busy j
all day long waiting on the customers.;
Cotton was strong at 15.80 and it
should have been 16 cents. We noticed
that in a-few towns in the State
the price was 16 cents. The indications
now are that the -price will go
to 20 cents, hut for the man who owes
money the present prices go a long
nay IJLL yaj iu.g ALL ?w*jv>
tions the crop is short while in some
other sections of this county the crop
is fairly good.
The split log drag after these rains
would "be a great help to the roads
if properly applied. The building of
good roads is now the great need of
of this section of the State. There
lias been improvement tout there is
great room for more improvement.
lAaid then it is a good investment.
We notice that the boll weevil is
now within forty miles of the iSouth
Carolina line. The commission could
have studied the animal a little closer
than sNew Orleans and Mississippi, but
then there would not have been that
fine trip.
We notice that some of the papers
are remarking on the fact that the
Baptist Courier carried an advertisement
of a circus. And some go so far
as to say thiat the Courier will hear
from this and that possibly the ad
vertisement was inserted "without the j
knowledge of the erjtor. So far as we
are concerned we do not see anything
wrong in the Courier carrying the
advtrtisement. (We have never seen |
anything wrong or immoral in the circus.
In fact we are iaj strong advo- j
. ^ cate of the circus.
We can remember V-hen the circus
*713 the big thing of the year to us
and we looked forward to its coming
lor weeks with a great deal of pleasure
and after it came and went "we j
bid something to talk abd&t and look j
back to for weeks. It is an erucator
and gives many a boy and girl
information which they could not get
in tany other way.
There are a great many pictures
in the moovies that are a great deal
*v",oa fiVton ?T>v+hin<r vt>u see in the |
circus. In fact, as we have said, we
have never seen anything objectionable
in the circus. We are sorry i
there is no circus booked for New-!
iberry and if nothing happens we are
" ? ? *- *? +A Ol>no1\oro +n cr/-> tn rin. i
ty Li \ 1<V Q> 1. v tv ^V v\_/ v#w I
lumbia to see tlie circus there, and i
t also to Greenwood to see John Robin- j
son, because that name calls back
thedays of long ago. Let all the boys
and girls go to the circus and see the j
animals. j
We were just reading the other I
duy in. some paper where Robinson
carried with his show some of the
finest detectives "in the country to'
keep away from it the trailers or han-!
gers on whose business it was to try .
to fleece the people, but when the peo- i
pie are caught even by these fellows;
it is generally the fault of those who |
are caught and they are trying to get
something: out of the other fellow but;
1. VKiUi
Our store is packed with values greater than
now throw wide open the doors of bargains in ev
to the buying public at prices that will please the
' - -1 - -1 Af?P- A<\A I 1
tion to the tact that tms $^o,uju siock was oouga
ing higher will be the means of you saving hundn
detail, nothing left off, we fit the family. It will
good clean merchandise ever offered. Our stron
most every line early last spring, thereby giving 3
j T? ? t,;
lyien s anu uuys ^/iuuumj
Our line of men's
and boys clothing is
^ stronger in quality and
f -JFtL. quantity than ever. No
matter wnat you want
we have ** at Pr^ces as
JllB-' 1?w as the lowest.
Don't fail to see the
Hrw ? * W $-?r hig stock of suits in
jjff ^ flllr ^ ^6 nCW WCaVeS#
Rugs Rugs ?
# 11116
Big line of Axnimster Rugs priced ;|f|C; ,
right. a
Rain Coats t
^ ^ .1 i? r n .
Don't torget to see tne line or rvain
Coats made of rubber, at the same old
prices of long* ago. New in style and ^ .
fabric, old in price.
These cool mornings make one think
of keeping warm. Our blankets will till"
help you. A money saving proposition He
for you. 98c pair up.
Fuei Jii? ?2v? ?S? ?K?
)SKY, Proprie
i ever before in it's history. In 1
ery line, consisting of Clothing, SI
! most sceptical buyers. We invit
it away down. Our forethought
eds of dollars. . Remember our li
pay you to come miles to this th<
g point is, we hold the price do
fou the advantages of old prices
1 iliPW t i
Shoes for all, big and
high top lace boot to the
We guarantee all shoes
benefit, the factory ol
other leading brands sold
ITT VU1 VI Wll ktlVl uau IIM
Ladies' Reat
Our stock of ladies re
Sport Coats, Skirts and Si
A ? m mm*, a
Ask to see them. Big ass
Our stock of Wool, Si
er coats is great. All the
_ _ II
| Come to see them.
Come hrit
A jHkj'vP: I
c ,, D or not. (
buccessiui buyer
irry Vigodsky -price, i
i '
iT% 1
= = i
:he face of 16c cotton we
iocs, Dry Goods, Hats, etc.,
:e your close personal attenof
this season's goads soar- >
ines are complete in every
^ rryanfjpcf fall nnAninor nf
wn, having contracted for
in the face of advances.,
Shoes! ^ ^
small. From the 18 inch
tiny soft sole for the baby.
to wear, for the public's
C 17--J* 11 _1 a. ]
t ciuaicuuvumidiuij, anu
by us (are guaranteed to
** %
sady-to-wear consisting of
lk Waist is priced lower,
ortment of patterns and
ilk and and Cotton Sweatnew
things to select from.
i one* come all now
biggest sale of the
ng the family, we will
2 most cordial wefe
whether you huy
3et the Other fellow's
guarantee to lower it.

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