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PURELY PERSONAL I
Che Movements of Many People, >*en. | h<
berrians, and Those Who Visit | T
IVr. G. W. Harrison is oacx with Mr.! r
T of ctnrO
Li. .Viu: 1 10 a I IliC CCV/1V.. I y
Mrs. F. C. S'igh and little F. C., Jr., j
are visiting relatives in Greenwood. | c;
Miss Ethel Bowers has returned to ?<
Bennettsville to teach. fi
Mrs. Edw. Fulenwider and sons have
returned from Hendersonville. ?
Mrs. Amelia Wicker is visiting rel- ^
atives in Newberry.?Union Progress.
Mr. Duane A. Russell, Jr., of Atlanta
is visiting relatives in Newberry. ^
Henry B. Wells of Newberry spent t'i
vpstprriav in Columbia.?iThe State. ! tl
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Miss Florence McNeill has returned
from Newberry.?Augusta Chronicle. n
Geo. Yonce has returned from New- 13
ierry.?Johnston Times. C
Mr. Frank Hardy of Maybinton was i
in the city on Tuesday.
Mr. Thos. E. Epting of the Southern! jBell
Telephone and Telegraph com- j
pany was in the city this week.
Mrs. Julius R. Eison, who was car- r
ried to the hospital by direction of:
Dr. W. G. Houseal, is improving. N
Treasurer Epps' condition has C
changed for the better since the last C
issue of The Herald and News. j h
Mr. Paul S. Halfacre is teaching!
school at Epworth, out from Ninety j t
Mrs. George B Mann and children of j ^
Chicago are visitin'g their relatives, Mr.
and Mrs. ^Joseph Mann.
Miss Sara Rawl leaves todav for Columbia
to spe-J a week with relatives
Seyborn Day visited his uncle at Jalapa,
in Newberry county, last week.?
-Hopewell cor. Laurens Advertiser-.
Mrs. C. V. Monroe and little son d
iave returned from Newberry.?Hope'
well cor. Laurens Advertiser. ,
Prof, and Mrs. S. J. Derrick have v
returned from an extended isit to a
Mrs. J. H. Eargle and children of
Pomaria visited Mr. and Mrs. A. L. r
Eargle.?Leesville News. A
Mrs. Tate of Georgetogn is visiting
her brother, Rev. T. C. Croker, at: ^
Miss Jennie Smith and little brother'
of Pacolet are visiting her sister, Mrs. *
Walter S. Cameron.
Miss Catherine Chappell, who taught
at Smyrna last year, will teach in the
Dillon High^chool this year.
John Kinard of Newberry is visiting
'in the home of W. S. Mobley.?Johnston
Miss Lila Odom of near Chappells is
visiting Miss Dessie Deane.?Saluda q
Miss Helen Snow of Georgetown is a
the charming guest of Miss Margaret
Keel in Boundary street. T
Mrs. Addie Hodges has returned to
Her home in Prosperity after a short a
stay here.?Spartanburg Herald. T
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Messrs. J. J. Langford, J. A. Burton, ^
B. iC. Matthews and C. J. Purcell aus<
toed to Columbia and back on Wednesday.
Miss Ethel Russell leaves on Friday ^
-jlvm sieuugi earner iui jauuua
&?!o. Another of the bright Newberry fi
girls to get goodT position elsewhere. hj
After spending some time in Easlev
"with friends, .Miss Margaret Burton reitemed
to Tier home in Newberry on t
last Wednesday.?Easley Progress. w
";iJohn Henny Chappell has returned p]
to his home in Prosperity, S. C.?Ab- W
beville Press and Banner. He hasn't v<
5T0t to Prosperity.
J. E. Lomax of Kinards was in the C
tcity on Saturday. He is making his to
noiiie wim ins aaugiuer in rvmaras.? j
Abbeville Medium. le
-Tffliss Elizabeth Ogilvie has accepted
^a position With A. IM. Hill Co., as book- ^
-keeper and entered upon her duties on
.Mrs. Callis has returned to her home ^
in Newberry after a pleasant visit to
-her home people.?Zarline cor. Abbeville
^Miss Ethel Russell, who has been ir
the attractive guest of IMiss Rache! tl
Counts, left last Thursday for her
^usae at Newberry.?Union Progress. tc
"This Oregon garage has not been sold ni
*?t? Mr. Ben Hawkins of Newberry, as w
stated in the Journal yesterday.?
Messrs. William Halfacre and 0f
Douglass Hornsby of Newberry have a
Ijeen yMcing at Mr. Frank Myers' and
S. A. Jeter's.?Clinton Gazette.
Postmaster David Duncan of Whit- w
wire was in the city on Tuesday and ta
paid The Herald and News a pleasant ar
Mrs. Beta Leavel Wright ana imiss|j
lizabeth Wright of Newberry are!;
ere, guests of relatives.?Johnston
Mrs. Kohn and daughter, Miss Marie,
[ Prosperity, were visitors in the j
cme of C. Wyse recently.?Saluda |
Prof. iC. A. Fellers, formerly prin- j
ipal of the graded school here, spent i
2veral days here this week among j
Mrs. J. W. Chappell, Miss Gladys j
liappell and Johnnie returned on I
Wednesday from an extended visit to
Washington, D. C., and Herndon, Va.
Dr. T. W. Smith went to Columbia
nd underwent an eye operation on
Ionday afternoon, which was successil
and Dr. Smith returned home with
ie eye doing well.
Mr. C. W. .Wallace and family havej
loved to the house in Caldwell street 1
etween the residences of (Messrs.
!laude H. Williams and R. M. Tidlarsh.
Miss Lois Fant of Newberry has accepted
a position with J. B. Wharton
>ry Goods company. ? Greenwood!
ournal. That company is certainly to
e congratulated. Miss Fant!s friends
egret to see her leave Newberry.
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. iConnor went to
dewberry Monday to visit relatives.?
? j T ~ i
rreen ouu J uui iicti. xiicy vianeu ivn
'onnor.'s mother, !Mrs. M. E. Lake^nd
ave returned to Greenwood.
Miss Mary Frances Poole of Xewlerry
will arrive in the city Friday j
o resume her duties as teacher in the j
ligh school.?Abbeville Press and
Aliss Pearle West of Newberry, a
ormer teacher in "the Cross Hill
chool, is visiting her friend, Miss The- j
esa Davenport.?Cross Hill cor. Hon
a Path Chronicle.
Mrs. J. E. Summer of G-reenwood
nd her aunt, Mrs. Roberts of Atlanta,
.re. visiting Mr. and I-Yits. j. jti. bum-1
Mrs. A. V. Holloway left for Aiken
ast Wednesday to spend several days
nth her daughter, iM^s. J. E. Thorpe, ]
nd her little grandson, James Ernest
Vernon Fellers of Columbia, on his;
eturn home from visiting his sister,
Irs. R. C. Xeel, at Silverstreet, spent
londay in Newberry with his brother,
lr. Holland 0. Fellers.
Mrs M A Hniet nf rolnmhia and i
er daughter, Mrs. G. G. Sale, and |
liss 'Blanch, have returned from Sa- j
ida county, after visiting Mrs. K. P.,
oleman, the daughter of Mrs. Huiet
The friends of Miss Katherine!
Vright, who recently underwent an.
peration for appendicitis in the Bap-1
ist hospital of Atlanta, will be glad'
-\ "lrn rvn' f Ko f a V* o c l TV* nt*AT'A^ c?nflR I
J XV.Ul/TT LllCll OUC licto ituOUUi"
ently to return to Newberry.
Johnson Kilgore has returned to
llinton to resume his duties as chief'
lectrician at the Thornwell orphan-!
g . Mrs. Kilgore will remain a few
ays longer with his sister, Mrs. R. L.
Mr. A. L. Lock wood of S.tates'ville,
n at a f at?a tta nr? O All! V? a*?r? DaI I
uuluui ui mvot; ;vuug cvuiucill ucii
'elephone and Telegraph men, was in
le city on Wednesdajy. When we saw
im walking in Main street he didn't
?em to be talking telephone business.
Mr. Irby D. Shockley, who has been
ery ill at the home of his daughter,
[ts. T. 0. Stewart, was able to walk
3own town" on Wednesday for the
rst time since his return from the
Misses Buford returned to their j,
ome in Newberry a few days ago, ftf-1
t a pleasant stay of several weeks
ith their little cousins, Misses Josetiine
Marian> Carrie Bell and Mildred
'orkman.?Hopewell cor. Laurens Ad- '
Mr. Robert D. Porter, a last year's
itadel graduate, will leave on. Friday
teach at Dunbarton, Barnwell coun'.
His brother, Mr. Siriley L. Porter, .
aves on the same day for Swansea
> resume his teaching there, and '
ieir sister, Miss Sue A. Porter, will
ave for Manning to teach.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hipp, Miss Eloise
ipp and Miss Nan Setzler motored
om Pomaria Sunday to visit J. J.
iope and family in Columbia. Mr.
.ipp accompanied Mr. Hope on tne
x>ster trip the Pomaria man becomig
an enthusiastic Columbian before '*
le tour was completed.?The State.
A. M. Wise, who has purchased cot- !
>n on the Columbia market for a
umber of years, has gone to Union,
here he will buy cotton for the BufJo
mills. Mr. Wise will not remove
is family from Columbia. The Buf- J
ilo mills are operated by Fleiechman <
: New York.?The State. Mr. Wise is i
former citizen of Newberry. 1
Miss Catherine Garlington, a last ]
>ar's graduate of Winthrop college,
ill on Friday return to the college to
ke a special post-graduate pipe organ <
id piano course. Misses lAnnie Ja- 1
>bs, Sara Simmons, Helen Lathan i
and Mary Lizzie Duncan, will leave on
Friday for Winthrop, Miss Kittie
Mayes having already returned to the
Sheriff Blease went on Wednesday to
Aiken .to return with ''Shine" Miller,
wanted here for some offense. Magistrate
Player saw Shine in Columbia
recently and kept his "telescope" on
him, locating him later in Aiken, when
he informed the sheriff, who got busy
with 'Aiken, with the result that Shine
*'" - A A/5 O A V?al/5 + f n to
?as? a.i i csicu auu ucm lugiv.
this writing the sheriff hasn't arrived
with his prisoner.
Prof. Gilbert P. oigt, whoV has been
spending vacation at various points,
was the gue3t a while this week -of
Prof, and Mrs. 0. B. Cannon. He will
on next Monday leave South Carolina
for the University of Virginia, where
he will be instructor in German and a
student in the graduate department
Prof. iVoigt is very popular in Newberry.
The university's gain is Newberry's
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hornsby, Misses
Alice and Jessie Hornsby, Douglas:
and J. D. Hornsby, Mrs. D. A. Langford
Miss Sara Pope, Capt. W. S. Langfcrc
and !Aj;r. Eugene A. Griffin, Messrs
Walter B. Wallace, M. L. Spearman, Z
F. Wright, R. H. Wright, W. T. Brown
Levi Stone, S. B. Xeal, W. P. Fellers
J P. Xeel, H. D. Adams, Paul Adan*is
Bynum Xeel, White Fant, T. K. Johnstone
and Xed Purceli, in six automc
biles, attended the races iD Columbia
VARIOUS AJiD ALu Au<d, i.
The market price for green cottor
on Thursday was 9 1-4 cents.
There has been a passrng or horv:
times at the store of P. C. Jeans & Co
Miss Mattie Bass, who died in Aiker
on last Sunday was a half-sister o
Mr. J. X. Bass of Xewberry.
IThe <ChappelIs school, Miss Lizzi<
Xeel principal, will open next Wed
nesday morning, September 15.
There were 37 tickets sold in Xewberry
for the C., X. & L excursion t(
Columbia on Thursday.
The civil court will convene in New
berry on the third Monday, 20th in.
The Winthrop Daughters will mee
Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock with Mrs
Wilson iC. Brown.
The "Episode of the Little Red Rose'
at the corner of Friend and Caldwel
streets on Thursday morning was i
very pleasant feature.
The Southern railway will run an ex.
cursion on Tuesday. 21st instant, tc
Savannah, Jacksonville and Tampa
See posters for rates, etc.
There will be a picnic at iMr. L. C
Johnson's pasture Saturday, Septem
ber 11. Everybody is invited to come
and bring well-filled baskets.
Dr. G. G. Parkinson of the seminary
at Due West will preach at Cannor
Creek Mission church on next Sabbati
afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The local editor as a parting shol
will say to the Anderson Farmers
Tribune: That is all right about "September
We hope everybody is interested ir
the hot supper which is being planned
by the Civic association for the first
week in October.
"The Juggernaut," a fVitagraph railrnjir?
drama in flip narts. Will be ex
hibited on Friday at the opera house.
The hours are 4:15 and 7:45.
Miss Helen Snow, who spent the
summer in Norfolk, iVa., is spending a
few days with Miss (Margaret Neel before
returning to her home in Georgetown.
Miss Sara Fant lost a friendship
bracelet in the streets of the city this
week and would appreciate the favor
of its return by the finder. The brace
let bears the engraving of several initials
and the name "Ned"
During the absence of the Rev. Gobe
Smith at St. Matthews on next Sunday,
the O'Neall Street church will
have a lecture by Mr. James C. Kinar i
at 11 a. m. and a lecture by Mr. Lance
5 win HI or at 7*3(1 n m
"The White Sister," a V. L. S. E.
feature picture of great power and
strength, will be shown at the opera
iiouse on Friday, the 17th instant. It
is said to be a really great production,
well worth seeing.
The new park holds large crowds
and small during the delightful park
hours. Monf^^night the crowd dwindled
down to uve young people, three
boys and two pretty and delicious girls
who had a fine time "all by themselves."
iThe friends of R. O. Sligh, the young
man who recently sustained so bad
and painful injury while riding his
motorcycle, will, "be glad to know that
ie was able to return on Thursday to
lis duties as clerk at R. C. Sligh's
The jurors for the federal court in
Jreenville, convening October 5, have
jeen drawn. Newberry county will be
epresented in the list by Messrs. H. L
' Parr and J. H. Wise on the grand jury
md by Messrs. B. !\I. Setzler. M, A.
Coleman, W. B. Boinest and John S.
Flc-d on the petit jun*.
\\ hen Contractor P. F. Baxter com.letbs
that large warehouse which he
^ building for the Johnson-McCrackin
company, Alderman Baxter will* view ;
;he improvement Contractor Baxter
made on Mr. H. L. Parr's lot adjoining '
he court house lot from the rear ol.
the Savoy to Thompson street.
A L-inHoraarton will ho rvnenoH nn
ri xviiiuv/i^wi ui4
September 20 at the residence of Mrs.
Holland 0. Fellers. We are sure this
will be pleasant news to the citizens
, of Newberry, who remember with pride
and pleasure the time when Mrs. Fel.
lers, who was then Miss Rose Harris,
. taught kindergarten in this city. Ev
erybodiy knows how her little pupils
. loved her and the great benefit they :
. received from her teaching, in which'
the little ones so delighted.
| One of the largest deals made in
j Newberry in a long time was consum;
mated this week when Messrs. J. J.
> Langford and B. T. Buzhardt acquired
, a two-thirds interest in the Wheelerl
Langford company. Mr. Langford al.
ready owning a third interest. They
. paid $14,000 cash in the transaction.
, The new firm is styled the Buzhardt-;
, Langford Furniture company. This is j
. nnn. nf lorcroct a n H looHino' r>r\r> _
, i \-/ii ^ vy X. UilC lUi wii U 4V.UV.iiiQ
- cerns in Newberry.
Policeman G. Y. Dickert of the Mol
lohon beat caught Forrest Austin, alias
Forrest Brown, beating his way on a:
C., N. & L. train and sent him before j
1. Recorder Earhardt, who on Tuesday j
i sentenced him?$15 or 30 days. The!
I, days won. Austin Brown tried to prove
Jan alibi. He denied the charge andj
! said he had spent that time on Mr. Sam
, Critwejl's place, but out there they said
I they hadn't seen Forrest since the ex- 1
! cursion to Columbia, when he was ac-i
September Term Jury List.
- j ine jury list tor tne septemoer term
> of the court of common pleas is as
T. H. Watson,
j C. P. Clopton,
H. C. Dominick,
J. S. Renwick,
t W. J. Duncan,
J. H. Clary,
D. F. Senn,
> | W. E. iVioseley,
I > D. S. Halfacre,
L | J. (V. Clary,
P. R. Hallman,
"vV. J. Richardson,
' i Jno. iT. 'Cromer,
} Eugene Hitt,
S. J. Cromer,
T. W. Cole, .
J. W. Long, i
-| J. R. Bedenbaugh,
^' W. L. Graham,
M. 0. Summer,
L. A. Salter,
G. A. Counts,
11 J. E. Shealy,
N. C. Chaney,
T. J. Wicker,
Jas. G. Brown,
Geo. M. Suber,
T W TinKH
Luther M. Hawkins,
t W. P. Fellers,
[ L. M. Fellers,
J. B. Stockman,
G. W. Long.
H. J. Rawl,
H. F. Lominick,
There will be preaching at the Pros'
perity Baptist church next Sunday af
ternoon at the regular hour, 4:30
o'clock, as was last announced. The
public is cordially invited to all services.
J. M. Culbertson,
There will be a prohibition rally,
given under the auspices of the MolInhrvn
Sundav ^rhnnls FYidnv ni^ht
September 10th, at 8 p. m. There will |
be speaking by the Rev. W. R. Bouk-1
night and Dr. Geo. Y. Hunter. Everybody
invited, especially men. .
Cannon Creek Sunday School.
A. R. Presbyterian.
At Cannon Creek church, Newberry J
county, last Sabbath, we were favorably
impressed with the large number
of children and young people present
when the superintendent of the Sabbath
school invited them to occupy
front seats and unite in a song service.
There is no reason to fear that a
church will die out that can show
sue ahn array of youth as we saw at
The superintendent of the Cannon J
Creek Sabbath school stated publicly!
last Sabbath that every member of the !
congregation is a member of the Sab- I
Ko fh TVIAV Q ?yvf c-AHnfl A/5 .
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with this attainment, however, but
have adopted as their slogan for next
year, "Every person within the bounds!
of the congregation a member of the J
Sabbath schoob?^ We commend the'
zeal of these good brethren to other
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I ooaety |
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One of the most delightful affairs
ex the past week was the rook party
given by i.Virs. M. A. Carlisle in compliment
to her son's wife, Mrs. Edwin A.
Carlisle of Springfield, Ohio. The love
ly home in Xance street was beautifully
decorated in red and green?
the brilliant scarlet sage being the
chief decoration. The mantles and bay
window being a mass of red and green.
Beautifull tally cards of red were
passed around and the merry crowd
soon found their places at the tables
arranged for the game. Receiving
with Mrs. M. A. Carlisle were her
daughters, Mrs. William Meek Ken
nedy of York, Mrs. R. M. Kennedy,
Mrs. Edwin Anderson Carlisle of
Springfield, Ohio, and Mrs. James S.
Renwick, ivirs. Hubert P. /Carlisle and
Miss Margaret Renwick. The bride
was beautiful in a handsome white
crepe de chine. Mr. M. A. Carlistle
wore a becoming dress of gray broadcloth
The games, after progressing so
many times, came to a close and de1
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ligiiiiui x en eaiiiiieiits ? ci ^ ici v cu, v;vmFisting
of chicken salad, tomatoes,
pickles, crackers, biscuit and ice tea.
The guests enjoying Mrs. Carlisle
hospitality wereiMisses Elizabeth Dominick,
Angie McLees of Orangeburg,
Carolyn Cromer, Victoria Reid of
Chappells, Margaret Renwick, Cora
Dominick, Minnie Todd, Fannie McCaughrin,
iM'esdames C. D. Weeks, W.
E. Pelham, Jr., F. N. Martin, H. ,T. Can-.
n ttt T7* x n -n/r T ~ T XXI
noil, u- w. ram, Hj. ivi. i-iaue, j. ?*; parson,
Tom Johnson, John Swittenburg,
S P. Crotwell, T. B. Jacobs, I. H. Hunt,
J. N. Martin, J. N. McCaughrin, 0. B.
Cannon, L. G. Eskridge, S. B. Jones,
J. M. Kinard, H. L. Parr, W. G. Houseal,
W. C. Schenck.
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Dance at flairs.
A most delightful dance was given
at the pretty new home of Mr. Joe Fee
near Blairs on last Thursday evening.
Mr. Fee has not moved into his home,
which has just been completed. The j
chapexones gathered early, soon followed
by the dancers, and a merry
evening was spent in dancing the onestep
and hesitation waltz. Music was
furnished by Miss Florence Jenkins,
v iolinist, accompanied by several other
instruments. Iced tea and sandwiches
were served during the entire evening :
The following were present: j
Mr on/i I YT(t*c W R j
v/uto. xixi. . auu ,-?a i o. u ,
Long, Mr. and Mrs. Scales, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Crowder, Mr and Mrs. Coleman
and Mr. and Mrs. Martin. Misses
Catherine Wilks, Bertie Ladd, Jessie
Rutherford, Valeria Blair, Carrie Miller,
Mildred Henderson, Clyde Crowder,
Lougenia Martin, Harriet Rutherford,
Genie Crowder, Geneva Fee, Ruby
Coleman, Grace Rabb, Maude Crowder;
Messrs. Joe Fee, -Andrew Blair, Fitzgerald
Rutherford, Robert Martin, John
Robert Coleman, David Edrington, J.
D. Blair, Thomas Wilks, Lawrence
Blair, Charles Boulware, Richard
Wilks, Frank Suber, lEarl Crawford,
Will Blair, Pierce Fee, J. C. Ladd, Tiniy
Blair, Gary Wilks.
Married, by the Rev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh,
on the 7th instant, Mr. Wallace
E. Norris and Miss Bertha Rigutti,
AHonlo lYfiCiC Picrntti TUO c vifi_
I/Vtu \jl xxtiauia. i .?j iou jivi0uvu ??. *witing
her sister, Mrs. Carlisle Bedenbaugh,
Mr. Xorris coming from Atlanta
to visit her there, when they were married.
The Colossus of Mode
Featuring Anita Stewa
- . Matinee
' ' Night
The township representatives of th?
Confederate Veterans met in council
chamber Thursday morning and elected
the following pension board for
1916: G. W. Peterson, chairman and
pension commissioner; R. T. C. Huntur
f) W" k" i Ti - i p V T.?>ov,sli F?r W.
Lost?Parker Jack-Knife fountain pea
with "H" cut in upper end. Rewari
if returned to The Herald and New*
For Sale?Stripped Ford in excellent
shape at sacrifice price. Also a couple
of second-hand Harley-Davidson
motorcycles, at the Harley-Davidson ' 1
shop. T. E. Wicker. 9-10-lt
Kindergarten?I will open a kinder- j
garten at my residence on College
tun c? ~ ~ ,? ' on 1 n i 4 tt _ ?rs
nm ctrpieiuuei iv, nuuis J |H
to 12. Mrs. Holland 0. Fellers. "
Would appreciate your patronage in
watch, clock and jewelry repairing.y '
Holland 0. Fellers, at E. H. Summer's
Furniture Store. 9-10-4t
Miss Rawls' piano school will opea
September 20. 9-10-3t
For SMe?Recieaned and graded FutgLurn
oats $1.00 per bushel. Recleaned
and graded Appier oats 75c
ner hnshpl Annlv fn T-T O
Silverstreet, S. C. 8-27-tf
Wanted?The pubic to know that W9 ^
are paying a very fancy price for fl
green hides; also best market price?
for good beef cattle. Hutchinson &^|
Snellgrove, 1000 Main St., Newberry. J
Phone 38. 7-3?-2m.
Bring Your Anto (if out of repair) to
Sam Dominick's repair stoop. All
work guaranteed. Sharp's old stand,
south side Friend street, opposite
T3o xrtA?i ^ 1 8-tf I
Examination for teachers' certift- ?
cates will be held in the court house,
beginning at 9 o'clock, on Friday, Oc- .
tober 1st, 1915. Applicants will furnish
stationery. Chas. P. Barre,
County Supt. Education.
>EWBERRY CITY SCHOOLS.
Children who are to be examined or
.e-examined for classification will?
meet at the high school office on
Thursday, September 9, at 9 o'clock.
The office will be open also on Friday
and Saturday from 9 to 12 a. m. All
tne scnoois win oe openea on monaay
Tuition rates are: $1.50 a month
for first, second, third and fourth
grades; $2.50 a month for fifth, sixth
and seventh grades; $2.00 a month for
eighth, ninth and tenth grades, payable
in advance by children entering"*
from other than Newberny school dis1?r??
A r? rl O/vm
Centra! M. E. Church, South.
(Rev. F. E. Dibble, Pastor.) ^
Sunday, September 12: > V
Morning service, 11 a. m.; subject, |
"Whom Can God Use?"
Sunday school, 4 p. m.
Epworth league, 5 p. m.
Evening service, 8 p. m.; subject,
"The Christian Citizen." I
At the close of the morning service I
there will be a church conference of I
unusual importance. (Vital matters will I
be considered. It is urged that every 1
member of the church be present.
The public cordially invited to a-U 1
ept. 1 Oth
T> * T A _ ~
>rn Kauway urania
rt and Earle Williams. 1
5 and 10c
. " - 10 and 15c iJH
4 p. m.7.45
p. m. WM