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Entered at the Postoffice at New8ery,
S. C., as 2nd class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Friday, July 30, 1915.
If the red. spider has made its appearance
/n Newberry tie farmers
would do well to read the statement
of Mr. T." Mills in this issue and
follow his directions and get rid of
the insect before it takes too deep a
; iWe have been asked' several times
within the last day or two if Gov.
Blease and Senator McLaurin would
really be at Pomaria Friday. We nave
a letter from Gov. Blease stating that
he would be there and a letter from
the secretary to Senator McLaurin
saying he would be tJ-ere. We feel
sure that it is the intention of both
tfnese gentlemen to be at Pomaria
Friday and this will give a good opportunity
to the people of Newberry to
hear them. Mr. McLaurin will discuss
his warehouse proposition, which is a
very live issue at this time. Be sure
to hear him. Gov. Blease is always interesting
and the people always like
to hear him. .;
Read the annual report of the board
of trustees of the city schools. It^is
an interesting paper. We do not re,
call any statute under wfcich the city
BChool is entitled to State aid. except
the term extension act.
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As to the tnree mui tax, it is distributed
equitably. Of course the city
does not get the amount that is paid
by the city and neither does the city
get one cent x>f the anoney paid by the
city for the roads of tfoe county. The
supervisor is not permitted under the
law to do any road work in any incorporated
town or city. For three
miles through the town of Little Mountain
the supervisor does no work at
all and yet the towns and cities pay
a large proportion for the maintenance
of the chain gang. In the distribution
of the tfcree mill tax every child in
the county, Whether it lives in town
or country gets the same amount. What
is wrong about that? Now under the
law every district is entitled to all1
dog tax of the dogs in that district
and it is part of the duty of the trustees
to see that all t)-e dogs of the
district are on the tax books. There
may be only 45 dogs in district No. 1,
but we are inclined to think there are
BIG TEMPERANCE RALLY
AT YOUNG'S GROVE
Dfi. L. D. SDfPSOX BRIXGS BRIBE
Interesting Entertainment by Ladies'
Aid Society at City Hall
Special to The Herald and News.
Prosperity, July 29.?A prohibition
rally was held at Young's grove Tuesday,
July 27, where excellent addresses
in form of prohibition were made by
Senator Alan Johnstone, former Representative
Arthur Kibler and Mr.
Granville Wyche, who is secretary to
? * ^ ^ rrv 11?, Af TTT??V A
senator ?j. Jtt. unman. war. vv >cur
presided over the meeting and his
speech. was of special note. It was a
ery forcible and impressive argument
favor of prohibition and was said
"oy many of his headers that his speech
would do more to nelp the cause of
prohibition than any that has been
ielivered in the county. Mr. "Wrche
iiscarded all sentiment and told what
cience faad discovered about alcohol;
that it is the chief cause of crime and
auperism. He proved by argument
hat alcohol robbed the people of their
ionev instead of helping them as a
source of revenue. He also stowed;
hat prohibition would be a success!
"nstead of a failure, and that tfte pres- j
-nt county local option is a curse upon i
he people of South Carolina. Mr. l
"Vyche is one of the promising young)
nen of Prosperity^ being a son of Hon. j
Z. T. Wyche. When we say, "Like
ather, like son" enough 'has been said.
Miss Mary Lizzie Wise has as her
L.onse guest Misses Nell Kofan of Co jmbia
and Dessie Dean of Saluda.
Misses Martha Creighton and Marie
"owen of Rook Hill will reach here
%atuEday for a visit to Miss Willie Mas
Mrs. Elizabeth De'W< spent _W?3it^sday
J\ .JU* ** >
(Mrs. A. Z. Counts and children of;
Greenwood are visiting Mrs. Ira Gib- j
Mrs. C. F. Lathan and children of j
Newberry spent Thursday with Mrs. j
J. L. Wise. j
Miss Rebe Langford of Spartanburg j
? - ?i ~ A -n-if V> l'-. or n9rpnt? I
Spent cue v* ccn.-c.uu ?iw .-.v,* r"*
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Langford.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Fulmer of
Springfield are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Able.
Mr. and (Mrs. James Calm.es of At-1
lanta are spending a few days with j
j the former's relatives.
Miss Evelyn Wise of Little Mountain |
is visiting Miss Marguerite Wise.
Mr. E. S. Kohn of Columbia will
spend the week-end with Mr. W. J.
Prof, and Mrs. J. E. Hunter of Clem-.son
College, who are here summering,
ha-ve gone to 'Newberry for a few days' (
Mrs. Francis Boggnss leaves Saturday
for her home in Lakeland, Fla.
Miss Lena Lester of Columbia is visi
iting at the l-ome of her sister, Mrs.
J. D. Quattlebaum.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Baker and Misses
Marie Schumpert and Annie Moseley
motored to Spartanburg Tuesday.
Mr. Ralph Baker of Greenwood visited
his aunt, Mrs. E. W. Werts, Monday.
Lieut. Jack Harris of Washington
is visiting bis class-mate, Lieut. J. A.
Lester, who is here spending the summer
with his mother, (Mrs. Rosa Lester.
Mr. C. E. Perry has returned to
Ridgeland, after a isliort visit to Mr.
A. G. Wise.
Mr. A. n. fiawKins spent i uesua^
Misses Susan Quattlebaunm and Susie
Langford have returned from an
extended visit to Mrs. J. Fuller Lyon
iMiss Marguerite (Wise has as her
guest Miss Louise Ridgell of Batesburg.
Miss Isoline Wye he has as her guest
Miss Kate Thompson of Columbia.
j Miss Bess Bowers spent Tnursaay
Mr. Fur-man Shealy of Whitmire has
been visiting bis mother, Mrs. Delia
Rev. E. P. Taylor and Prof. John
Taylor are visiting Dr. E. P.
Tavlor of Batesburg.
Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Simpson of Kershaw
are visiting the former's parents,
Dr. and Mrs?. J. A. Simpson. The following
account of Dr. Simpson's mar98c
v The ladies c
Cake Pans. Frv ]
I offering these gc
are usually aske<
To the first
will extend the \
ftfTnffln af fk/J eali
x\wiuv< av uiw oait
be sold separate]
Sale hpcrins at 8*3f
M%wv mvO",v ~
When in the st
Bed Spreads. The?
riage was taken frc-m the Kershaw J
Era' "A pretty home marriage was |
consummated Monday morning at S:30
o'clock at the home of Mrs. S. Z. Gay,
when her daughter, Miss Nannie (Margaret
Gay, became the bride of Dr.
Lillius DeKalb Simpson, the matrimonial
bans in the discipline of the
Vvnin ctnaI'aw Vv*r a .
VI tUIUUlSl UUUl tlJ UCHlg iJJJU.TV.Cll UJ UJt |
Rev. S. D. Bailey, the ring ceremony j
being used; in the presence of ti:e rel- j
atives and specially invited friends. !
"The parlor of the home was taste- i
fully decorated with evergreens, t)'~.e
room darkened by drawn shades and
the light supplied by burning tapers.
The bride entered from the room at
the rear, escorted by her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Julius B. Gay of Washington, D.
C._ and, the groom entered from the
room opposite, escorted by his brother,
Mr. C. M. Simpson or u:ariotte.
"The bride was dressed in a traveling
suit and carried a large bouquet of
"At the conclusion of the ceremony
and after receiving the congratula!
tions of those present, the happy couple
took their departure by auto to J
Camden, where they boarded the train J
for Prosperity, to spend the week with I
relatives of tf: a groom. After their j
return thev will make their home in I
"Miss Gay has been for several years
the' efficient chief operator at the telephone
central office and Dr. Simpson
has been the pharmacist at Floyd's drug
store for the past two years. Bott'.n
have a host of friends who wish them
much happiness and prosperity. They
were also the recipients of many very
pretty and useful presents."
The Ladies Aid society will give the
following programme Friday evening
at 8:30 o'clock at the city fcall. One
hour of delightful entertainment. Admission
10 cents. Come one! Come all!
Reading, Kutn Jdunier.
Old songs, chorus by boy*.
Recitation, little Katherine Calmes.
Quartette, "Peter, Peter Pumpkins."
Mr. Saner, Dr. Wheeler, Misses Hawkins
Reading, Miss Marie Schumpert.
"Imperial Isle," character song,
Reading, Miss Elizabeth Hawkins.
Instrumental solo, (Miss Elizabeth
Cabaret scene, cfrorus.
Reading, Miss Marie Kohn.
Chorus, ''River of Dreams."
Vocal solo, "Good Night, Sweet
i Dreams," Miss Pansy Wallace.
>f Newberry have ne1
srcolators, Tea Pots,
Pans, Sauce Pans,
>ods at about one-ha
J for these pieces.
six purchasers of o
)rivilege of getting a
e price, 98c. These
[y. It is only by co
tr that we are in a p<
r iuw pntcd.
I a. m. Aug. 6.?See got
ore ask to see our line o
/ are as light and easy to
tin Co. Says It's
71-'. :r,: c w:t.l c-r-Kip-: :hv chorus:
Misses Hawkins, Moseley. Schumpert.
Wise, Wallace. Fellers, Luther. Bearden.
Messrs. Taylor. Mc. Wise. R. Wise,
Bonds, Singley, Harmon, Lake, Fellers,
Visitors :f timing* and Going?An Auto
Trip to Greenwood? Fine
Silverstreet, July 28.? Since our
beautiful rain ti.ings look much better.
We hope for more real soon. We
should all be thankful for what we
Messrs. D. L. Hamm and B. M. Havird,
in company with Mesdames D. L.
Hamm and ti. M. navira ana cnnaren
went to Greenwood Sunday, making
the trip in auto, Mr. Henry Mayer
Havird driving ti e car. They visited
Mrs. Hamm's brother. iMr. J. W. Lrong.
They report fine roauo.
Misses Pauline and Leona Eleanor
of near Chapin returned home Friday 1
from a visit to their aunt, Mrs. S. P.
Misses Mae and Bessie Timmerman
from Donalds, S. C., are visiting their I
sister, Mrs. H. B. Senn.
Miss Elizabeth Fant seems to be
partial to colored girls. Miss Black
from Abbeville having returned l ome.
Miss Banna Green from Xewberrv
spent Saturday night and Sunday with
Mr. Thomas Bryan Hamm, who is
visiting at the home of fnis parents,
will return to Gregg's Shoals Friday,
where he is working.
Rev. S. P. Koon and familyxare visiting
relatives in Lexington ' county,
Miss Helen Nichols is visiting her
cousin, Miss Rose Nichols of Utopia.
Mr. Simon S:eDDard is visiting
friends and relatives in Saluda and
Silverstreet. He has been away for
many years. Glad to see him back on
Mr. W. A. Asbill and family have a
new boarder, little George Asbill. He
weighs seven pounds.
There will be services at tf:e Lutheran
church as usual, Sunday school at
in /VnlnrV an/1 nrear.'hins' at. 11. The
catechism class will be in the church
next Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock and
choir practice Friday night. Public is
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard eeneral strengther Jngr tonic.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out
Malaria.euriche -t ieblood.andbuiln? jpthesys
f vy l
ium Ware I
th and 7th ||
irer had such an |
Pots. We are 1
If the price you 1
ther pieces we I
kettles will not I
operation with I
jsition to make I
)ds in our window
f Summer Weight
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THe'many needs for a good cleanser and
acmically filled by
Its full strength cuts grease in a jiffy from
fecting poultry houses and curing cholera i
Its purity and strength make it the best ]
money w*iil buy, makes it the cheapest T
stead of Sixteen.
Une ten cent can enougn to saponny e
than any other 10c can of lye on the markc
The pound can makes fifteen pounds of
Three Forms?solid, granulated and l
Two sizes?10c- and 5c. m
Insist upon Mendleson's B<
R. D. Smith & Sons, ... ... ...
J. J. Anuct,
Counts & Shealy,
A. L. Rikard,
W. L. Mathis,
A. >. Crosson,
J. C. Kinard,
J. T. Mayes & Co.,
(?. W. Thompson,
Cash Grocery Co.,
W. P. Derrick & Co.,
J. G. Setzler,
Those distressing attack
dysentery, cholera, colic <
which so many people are
weather season arrives cai
tone up your stomach to
heavy tax put on it at this
by taking Penslar's Black}
A pleasant, quick and sa:
complaints. A quick pj
remedy, and above all it i:
in the house. 25 cents per
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Veeks Co. /
T J disinfectant
are beat cod zaoflteeo* J
sinks and pans and make# it ideal Car dncw
Lye to use, while the extra quantity your
wenty ounces of Solid Lye for a Dime in.
ight pounds of grease, nwilring more soap gfl
:t will make. V
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