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3iEW FAIRBANKS' PICTURE
TO BE SHOWN HERE
^Wlien the Clouds Rcll By," Doug's
Second "Big Four" Picture Here
Wednesday and 'Thursday.
'Since Douglas Fairbanks, associated
with Mary Pickford, Charlie
O/aplin and D. W. Griffith, decided
"to produce independently it year ago,
-eat-h forthcoming* announcement
jErom this "Big Four" is greeted with
winch enthusiasm. The United Arcorporation
from their New
York office wired that "Doug's'* next
production, "When the Clouds Roll
By," will be ready for exhibition here
*?d Wednesday and Thursday.
The policy of the Newberry opera
lioase during the past year to give
amusement lovers of this Comoro
unity the very ' best obtainable
leads its patrons again to look forward
with great expectant pleasure
'Tto this picture. Independence in production
has given the "Big Four" of
-the screen the opportunity of their
lives. The assurance from these producers
that each additional picture
-wil) bring: better things to the public
&as well been sustained, for the reviews
of critics throughout the country
rank "When the Clouds Roll By"
to be'the most spectacular and interesting
production in which the inimitable
Fairbanks has ever appeared.
The change in the motion picture
industry which was caused by the decision
of the "Big Four" to produce
.and distribute pictures independententirely
on a policy of the merit
of each picture, has been watched
with great interest by the public and
the industry alike, and it now goes
. without saying that these artists have
Jived up to their every promise.
It is well for the theatergoers of
"fefcis community to know that the policy
begun by the "Big Four" meant
that they would produce fewer but
liigger and better productions each
;year. Their popularity has always
stood unchallenged in their respective
fields such a height that there
is scarcely offered a standard to
which they can be compared.
With thesfr ideal conditions the
ssecond- Fairbanks production, "When
"the Clouds Roll By," has proved an
exceptional picture and one which
maYtonromont'. nf tV?P NewheTTV
umau^vuivuv v* ^
opera house is delighted to present,
"for it fits in so well with' the policy
they have set up for themselves, to
.give only the best productions that
the motion picture industry offers.
In every respect the production is
exceptional and Manager Wells has
jpflanned a presentation/7that will ex<cel
anything of its kind presented in
"khe thesteV for a long time past.
In this production "Doug-" has'
broken away from the traditional
screen stories and has produced a
*3proaring comedy on entirely different
lines. The basic principle underlying
this feature is quite new to
motion pictures and incidentally very
"daring from the point of view of the
accepted screen limitations and ideas, i
The old adage "it can't be done" has
-tod terrors or difficulties for this star.
*arfao has proceeded to pot over a
^sparkling story presenting a new;
tcaaception of what pictures are cap?ab*e
of telling and doing. "Doug"
have surrounding him in the cast
rSf^&ais picture a number of new
'faces m Fairbanks productions, but.
/ *every oire of them a well known per- j
iscciage. * i
MlLinXE BOY WHOSE * !
NAME WAS TOM
Listen at this: In the days that'
are passed and gone there was a lit- !
tie boy who lived in the country by
the name of Tom. He won the love j
afld respect not only of the members i
of the family bu^ by all who knew'
liim. And these are some of his:
Tom would give his last marble,!
Statement of the Condition of
FARMERS AND MERCK
located at Little Mountain, S. C,* at
the close of business June 30, 1920.^
Xoans and Discounts $121,774.87!
^Sfcrerdrafts 29,481.29 '
t and stocks owned
tfnt bank 15,050.00
J ^jfnlttire .and fixtures.... 1,972.97
Banfcmg 'hnnse 1,700.14
^f)oe from foaaks and
Silver and other minor
* "Total $176,942,951
Liabilities. , |
Capita! -stocfc paid ,ixu...$ 20,000.00 J
-38ai>his "'fxttid ; 8,000.00 j
^Undivifica \ profits, less
- ci^rent expenses and
axe3 paid 9,458.00
Dividends unpaid 33.60
of de- j
Cash e ir's. ->
e&eeks 207.25 129,451.35
IBill payable, including
' certificates for money
^ borrowed 10,000.00
V /3?6ta) $176,942.95
State ^f South Carolina, u
-Oourtty of Newberry, ss.
?afore me came W. A. Counts,
cashier *>f the above named bank,
^who, being duly sworn, says that the
*-? -fnrecroine statement is a
aoove anu ?0 - - w
true condition of said bank, asl
^-sfeown by the books of said bank.
W. A. Counts. J
'Sworn to and subscribed before
~Gne fills 7th day of July, 1920. j
J. B. Lathan,
( ' Magistrate.
. ^Correct Attest:
.J. M. Sease,
J. K. Derrick,
J. B. Derrick,
run errands all day and neve
He was always willing to give t'n
, best place to somebody else. M
' matter who. And felt so glad in see
ing other folk have a good time tha
he forgot himself. Everybody love
Tom who knew him. And was gla
to see him coming. His mothe
would smile when she saw him com
^->rr in <ar!fl sflv inst in time to d
!thus and so my boy. When Tor
went off to spend the day the hom
; folk would miss him. Every one wh
! came in would say, "Where is Tom
I wish he was at home."
He was one of those unselfish boy
j that never found any time to idl
| when there was something- to do. H
'lived for others and fopnd delight"i:
it. Tom was always constant in hi
| kindness, not on today and off tomoi
row. He' never laughed at people'
.mistakes and found no time to entei
j tain idle talk.
I Dear parents, have you a Tom ii
? ft T _ 11 _ i _
i your nome ; i^ex s nave a xew mui
j Toms if we expect the world to gro\
Written by Tom.
j the philathea class
I The Philathea class of the Wes
End Baptist church elected new of
jficers for the ensuing term.
President, Mrs. J. M. Davis; vic<
(president, Mrs. Bertha Glenn; treas
urer,.Miss Lillie Cromer; secretary
1 Miss Frances Vines; press reporter
Miss Je?sie Mae Ward; teacher, Mr
. T AT n QTT1 C*
fj iu* jls a*w.
The following committees were ap
pointed by the president:
Society Committee?Miss Bessi<
jMcCary, Miss Frances Vines,. Mrs
Maggie Clark, Mrs. Bennie Living
ston, Mrs. Christy Yollngblood.
' Relief Committee?Mrs. M. B
1 Clisby, Mrs. J. E. Meng, Mrs. Ev;
Gilliam, Mrs. Dollie Caldwell, Mrs
Hustlers Committee?Mrs. Nelli<
Focht, Mrs. Alma Cook, Miss Carri<
j Not alone must the committei
hustle, but the entire class will work
We, every one, will give a kind wor<
to all and lend a helping hand when
needed.' We, as a class, wish to thanl
our teacher for his inspiring lec
tures and faithful' services to u
from time to time, and extend i
1 A- 1 X- .11 X 1 "U .
nearty welcome to an lo cume <tnu u<
with us at 9:45 o'clock Sundav morn
ing. J. M. W.
| DEATH OF MRS. R. C. WATTS.
Wife of Associate Justice Buried ii
Laurens Last Week.
La'urensville Herald, 2nd.
Mrs. Littie Mclver Watts, wife oi
Richard C. Watts, associate justice oJ
the state supreme court, died Wed
nesday night at 7 o'clock after a
long illness. Mrs. Watts was about
55 years of age.
Justice and Mrs., Watts had been
at their home here for the summer,
having come from their winter
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j South Carolii
o" NEXT SESS
? equipment and cours
T fln/)c 1 rinO nr>rps.
VjUXICgC JjC41iu.j *vvw
s Value College Plant?$2,000,(
e Teachers, Officers, Assistantse
n Ten Degree Courses in: Agric
S Architecture, Chemistry, <
cal Engineering, Civil Engin
S Electrical Engineering, M<
cal Engineering, Textile ln?
Industrial Education, G
e > Short Courses in Agriculture
June 14-July 24
I A - K 1
5 AgriCUilUiai *c?vuw?
6 weeks course?June 14-Ji
t 4 weeks course?June 28-Ji
_ i'j Cotton Grading Course '
Begins June 14 and contino
e 1 about fou rweeks.
College Make-up Courses
Courses for Removal Entrance
' June 14-July 24.
Club Boys' Courses
July 13-July 23.
crrnvn HrtMF TrtMIN
6 iJJUWAW ..... .
I. | July 30, 31, and Aug. 1
All graduates and ex-studer
urged to attend this gatheri
"Tigers" at the old Lair! Yc
a be quartered in Barracks, so
sheets, towels, etc., as you did
you were a cadet.
We can accommodate only 1
Barracks and will reserve sp;
order of the applications recei
I For Full Infoam.
) DO NOT DELAY, YOU
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- Mrs. Watts' health has not been good
for some time but her death came
as a sad shock to the community.
Funeral services were held at the
residence yesterday afternoon and
j were conducted by the Rev. W. S.
r\ Holmes, rector of the Laurens Episcopal
church, after which interment
was made at the Laurens cemetery.
? The deceased was a daughter of
p former Chief Jusw.ce Henry Mclver
[ and had spent several summers in
t Laurens where she had made many
H. H. Ruff is a candidate for com!
missioner for No. 11 township under
the new county government act.
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*?en nasi" i
5 "GREEN FLAG" MOcf
their way if necessary
lubricant in their crank
il be amply repaid for the
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it that can sot be shaken
Southern towns and cities you
Ev/iotor Oil for saHe by the Ibesi
i will fed, upon enquiry, tiiat
lirges: m town, and constantly
hn thh civy rcady to sell yots
and s;:ve you prompt and
re bits. Go se^ him now, an J
crank case h well drained, arid
G/' die: wcrld's supreme lubri
m very highest class Pennsylv.Tcd
by ai&ftbr&ids on lubrication
;ca*iy blentkrd a proportion of pure
';i?h tenjperatee resistant
:!i:^iveiy in war pianes.
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UTiit unwarranted! depreciatlc^i and r#?
vHith tae jreaiert lubricant fconomy.
u>" the "more- milea-pcr-gaulou MOTOUI
a "no nsofe to Jiejia with
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NEWBERRY, S. C.
T-E MOUNTAIN, S. C.
ALLENTINEy S. C.
na's College of i
ilON OPENS WEDf>
;ES Val-e of a Coll
-120. There was never a ti:
ulture, edge was so highly pri:
;chani- High wages for untr
iu?try, many a young man to
general C0Hege education. But
and resenting the work of f<
ly as an investment of
equal in earning capaci
l 24 What estate compar;
[ly 24. parent of average mean
to his son? What youn
ies for much value in the same'
- Con- Education fits one fo]
ties are limited only by
acter. Eventually for the
the. slavery of ignorant
G Clemson College brin
every young man in 01
lLS tits and possibilities. ot
m will At Clemson College a
bring home in South .Carolina
w en a high place in the se
ooo in nation. . ;
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ved. r W.
ation Write or Wire:
MAY BE CROWDED OUT. AFP'-IC/
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f - /' ts
| * winter an<
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cuts off yc
Now the C
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wntrrr nc itiisjav sftti.ement.
I will make a final settlement of
the estate of Willie H. Leaphart in
the Probate Court for Newberry
County, S. C., on Wednesday the.
25th day of June, 1920, at 10 o'clock)
in the forenoon and will immediately j
thereafter ask for my discharge asj
Guardian of said estate.
. W. P. Leaphart,
SPECIAL ELECTION IN CHAPPELLS
Whereas, one-third of the resident
?r?H a like nroDortion of
the resident electors of the age off
121 years in the Chappells school district,
No. 39, the county of Newberry,
! state of South Carolina, have filed
ja petition with the county board of
education of Newberry county,
South Carolina, petitioning and requesting
that an election be held in
said school district on the question
of levying a special tax of three (3)
mills on the taxable school property
within the said school district.
Now, therefore, we the undersigned
composing the county board of
education for Newberry county, state
of South Carolina, do hereby order
the board of trustees of the Chappells
lege Educatioii Ferlii
me when expert knowl- Agrlc
zed and so highly comTick
labor will fpmnt. i**
discount the value of a
such an education, rep- pee i
)ur years, viewed meretime
and of money, is
ty to an estate of more
able with this can the schc
is hope to give or leave
g man can' acquire that The
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uuie ai any umer uusi- " .
: a life whose possibili- t?ber.
' his capacity and char- tion.1
i untrained there awaits Sch
and undirected effort. *ions
o-s within the reach of
. 1V1 it
Lith Carolina the bene- schola
a technical education.
boy from the humblest The
can prepare himself for
rvice of his State and fa*the]
" the C
M. RIGGS, President. the ?
The Registrar, Clem
lTIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED IN
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ex Springs Insure Riding Comfort on All Ro<
Overland h our-uoor seaao insures v*omioir
In AD Weather
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'ERIORITY of the Sedan for
i spring is eVen/ more emphasis
;e of summer motoring. It's t
>p is a cooler shield from boi
e freely admitted or entirely e?
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n, dust ana suaaen coia, arc sn
nand by heavy plate glass whi
>ur vision or leaves you feeling "
)verland Sedan adds to all this
alienee, the riding comfort oi
id extraordinary light weight <
$995; Roattetcr, $985; Coupe, $1525; Scdm
? L . k TaM*. object tm ekuct vitkastwtki
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VERLAND NEWBERRY CO.
one 333 Newbrrj, S. C.'
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. .. a
school district, No. 39, to hold an.
election on the said question of levy- j
ing a special tax of three (3) mills to
be collected ox\ the property located
within the said school district, which
said election shall be held at the
Chappells school house in the said;
school district, No. 39, on Saturday,!
the 17th day of J.uly, 1920, at!
which said election the polls shall be ;
opened at 7 a. m. and closed at 4 j
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The members ot tne Doara uj.
trustees of said school district shall
act as managers of said election.
Only such electors as reside in said
school district and return real or
personal property for taxation, and
who exhibit their tax receipts and
registration certificates as required in
general elections, shall be allowed to
vote. Electors favoring the levy of
s?f?h tax shall cast a ballot containing
the word "Yes" written or printed
thereon, and each elector opposed to
such levy shall cast a ballot containing
the word "No" written or printed
Given under our hancls and seals
this, the 30th day of June, 1920.'
C. M. WILSON,
, 0. B. CANNON.
< J. B. HARM AN,
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uounty isoara 01 u^auca^ion. j
5ER 8,1920 1
izer Analysis and Inspection 4
1 and Plant Disease Control
Clemson College, S. C.
Stock Sanitary Work
Liberty National Bank Bldg.,
Columbia, S. C.
lee Experiment Station
Florence S C. V
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u riain experiment station ?
Summerviile, S.^ C.
1 on these agencies for assist"'
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LARSHIPS AND EXAMINA- 4
; College maintains 170 four- \; .
scholarships in the Agricultural
textile Courses, and 52 in the
Year Agricultural Course (Oc
1 to June 1). Each scholars
worth $100.00 and free tutolarship
and entrance examina- are
held at the county court
_ e\ _ T 1 rtiT rr? -1 /
s ai/ v a. in., uuiy yin. write
ill information in regard to the
irships open to your county j .
session, and the laws governing Jf i
)sq who are not seeking^ to eni
scholarships are advised to
examinations on July" 9th, |
than wait until they come to
ollege in the-fall. Credit will
iren for examination passed at
tson College S. C. y
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