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PURELY PERSONAL
The Movements of many People, Xewberrians,
and Those Who Visit
\ pirhprrv.
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Mrs. Boozer is in Columbia, visiting
her sons, the Drs. Boozer.
IXJiss Vida Counts of Prosperity is
visiting her uncle. Mr. Sim Bickley.
Miss Sarah Sligh of this city has
recently ^entered Lander college.
Mr. H. P. Baker of Newberry is
spending a few days in the city.?
Greenwood Journal. '
Mrs Sallie Wilson of Clinton is visiting
relatives and friends in the ci;y
of Newberry.
Miss Cleave Hayes ot Aewoerry visited
her alma mater, Lander college,
this week.
Miss Li'a Summer, wno teaches at
Fairview, spent the week-end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Summc
Mr. John J. Derrick, who teaches at
ChaDin. visited his brother. Sam, at
Newberry college last Sunday.
Mrs. George :W. Holland of Newberry
is visiting Mrs. R. C. Holland in
Eau 'Claire.?State.
Mr. H. L. Parr and Mr. M. L. Spearman
returned from a business trip to
New York on iThursday.
Mr. Jeff B. Amick and family have
i t
\ moved from Summer street to me
Johnson house in Calhoun street.
L. 0. Griffin has resigned his posi-j
tion at the Newberry cotton mills.?
Mill News cor. Anderson Mail.
Mrs. Jos. .Yann, who has been visit- i
ing her daughter in Spartanburg, has
returned to her nome.
f/\nr tririR who receivedj
tXAV 1VU4 0
their diplomas at tne mid-winder grad- i
uation of Lander college was Miss
Pauline Dimiffcick of Newberry. j
Mr. M. L. liammet, formerly of the!
Anderson Diy Goods company, but j
now of Greenwood, made a snort visit
to his friends last week.
Miss Eddie May Parr, student at)
V,v.iian's college, spent a few days at!
in Xewberrv recently.?A. R. |
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Presbyterian.
Geo. W. Summer, president of the
-Mollohon mills, Newberry, was in New
York on business last week.?Mill
News cor. Anderson Mail
Mr. B. L. Dominick of Newberry,
who is visiting his brother, Mr. A. A.
Dominick, was a visitor in Greenwood
last Saturday.?Greenwood Journal.
Mrs. W. B. Howard of Greenville
and son spent the week-end with Mr.
Howard, who is here checking <up the
nf thp Virginia Life Insurance
agency.
Miss Bettie Bradley of Newberry has
returned home after a very pleasant
Msit to Mrs. L. E. Taylor, Mrs. Chas.
McCravy and Mfs. T. L. Monroe.?Lau rens
Advertiser.
Dr. J. Henry Harms, president of
Newberry college, passed througn Columbia
yesterday, returning from an
extensive trip through the Central
1- -- JT>_
West and up to :\ew iotk in LUC ill" I
terest of the college.?The State.
'Geo. D. Brown of Columbia, state
supervisor of mill schools, who is
making an inspection trip through upper
South Carolina, spent some time
in York -Saturday. "While here (Mir.
Brown visited t'ne Ancona school and
seemed to be favorably impressed with
the work being done there by Mrs. J
A. Lee the capable principal, and her
' efficient assistant, Miss Kittie Sindifer.
Mr. Brown left York in the arternoouj
for Olover.?York News.
'.Mr. Thomas Chalmers, a student of
- Erskine in t'ne seventies and formerly
from Newberry, now of Walhalla, S.
C, came bv Due West last week to
v
see his friends. Mr. Chalmers also
lived awhile in Due West, during his
" college course. He had a pair of goais
and a goat wagon, nicely rigged up.
that was the envy of all the boys in
the community. Mr. Chalmers was returning
from a farmers' convention in!
Columbia, S. C ? -A A. R. Presbyterian, j
^JlRIODS and ail about.
Mr. B. B. Reid is confined to his
bed and is very ill.
rvm't fnii tn see Mary Pickford as
'"Mistress Nell" at Leslie's Arcade to day
(Friday).
The ground hog did not have much
opportunity to see his shadow on
^Wednesday.
'The first day of February made up
in large measure for the shortage in
rainfall during January.
4"Wftat Happened to Father" is a
good movie at the opera house Thurs- I
day night. i
Helen Holmes, in the "Girl and the
W?1.
limine, ai liewrc a m vauv v ? v* j <> ? ?
nesday.
The 0. L. Schum pert chapter, U. D.
., will meet with Herman Dickert
Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. MemJ
bers will please bring chapter dues.
The Young Ladies' Mission band of
the Lutheran 'Church of the Redeemer
j will meet in the ohurcn on Sunday
j afternoon at 4 o'clock.
' A good many Xewberrians witnessed
j the partial eclipse of uie sun on Thursi
day. The eclipse began about 9 o'clock
lasted until about 12 o'clock.
I There will be a basket ball game
(Friday night at 7:30 at the college
gymnasium between the college fresh;
men and Newberry High school.
The Woman's Home and Foreign
| Missionary society of the Lutheran
| Church of the Redeemer will meet at
i the parsonage next Monday afternoon
at 4 o'clock.
All members of W. 0. W. order of
j Pomaria are requested to meet Monj
day night for the purpose of giving
! the second degree to several members
! who have been waiting.
From the pictures in Robert WarI
? iimu _ C>: Cnnt^t-IT " + VlCk
j WICK 111 1 lie ouis vi 'cuvicij, iuv
: picture is misnamed. Go to the opera
j house next Tuesday and see it for
j yourself.
Mr. Haskell Wright will build a
handsome new residence in east IMIain
street, opposite Dr. Dunn's residence.
Mr. L. A. Wilson has the contract and
will commence wor in a few days.
The basket ball quint of the Citadel
- ? ^ onrorrao-o fmn
I Will Cl'H.SU Willi 'II1C liioi
| representing- Newberry college, at the
Y. M. C. A. in Charleston Saturday
night at 8.30. An exciting contest on
this date is looked forward to by the
devotees of the indoor sport.
Rev. L. P. Boland and family are
moving into the parsonage this week.
t'flO "R.PV .T R.
1U1. uyiaiiu ?
Shealy as pastor of the Beth Eden
pastorate, who goes to Georgia. The
pastorate includes the churches of
Beth Eden, St. James and Colony.
The new front at the Anderson Dry
Goods company has been about com
| pleted and it is a beauty, it aaas
| greatly to the appearance and the com- j
fort as well as to the facility to ex-1
I hibit goods. Would that other owners
would go and do likewise. j
Miss Willie Mae Wise of Newberry; ]
Miss Luci'e Lemmond of Dillion; Miss J
Lois Erwin of Spartanburg; Miss Dor- !
i othy Napier of Charleston and Miss I
Martha Platte of Abbeville, hom-e demonstraticn
agents, who have been at
tending the conference at Winthrop j
college, were in the city Saturday
morning.?Chester Reporter.
On the first day of February, Mr. W.
L. Graham brought into this office
several small branches of a peach .tree j
that grows in his orchard. fXhe j
branches are full of flowers and the j
flowers are normal. Mr. Graham said J
t-he flowers had been open for a number
of days and that the tree is as
full of flowers as it would ordinarily j
be in the spring.
The E]mira Star-Gazette of January
19 contains an account of the trip
of representatives from Anderson an.J
Greenwood on a tour of inspection of
motor fire apparatus. One of the gentlemen
conflicting the tour of inspection
was 'Mr. Thomas 0. Stewart of
Xewberry. who is a representative of
tthe American-LaFrance company of !
Atlanta.
Wednesday is the recorder's court
there appeared a class of three for a
lecture course on superluminous 'language,
those matriculating being Thomas
Dawkins, Will Dawkins, Clarence
Dawkins. Thomas and Will paid $5
each and Clarence, who took a double 1
course, paid $10. JThe subject of the!
t
recorder's lecture was "on curing and!
using abusive language."
Work nn the steel bridge road is this
side of Bush rker and they say the
work has been well done and as soon j
as the ground dries sufficiently the j
work will be continued to the city lim-!
its And the work from A. P. iWerts'
down to the river will be done. There'
is need of a little more money to pay!
the necessary expenses and that that;
t?js been subscribed in Newberry will
be expected to be paid on Saturday, j
I
Mr. Roy Summer of the J. H. Sum-!
i
mer & Co., clothiers, says that we |
made his advertisement in the last is- j
sue read that he was offering Statson \
hats from $2 to $6, when as a matter
of fact there is no Stttson sold for
less than $3.50. We hope no one saw
the error, because he must do what
he advertises in The Herald and News
and we would hate to have to make
up the -difference. The correction is
in this issue. He has hats from
$2 to $6, but not all Stetsons. The
I error was made by putting the price in
I the wrong place.
iT.here was an ugly error in the advertisement
of Mayes' Book Store in
tile last issue. Now, Mr. Mayes is not
a past master in chirograph y (we
asked a young lady who was sitting'
near by what this word means ana
she promptly replied that it was one
who made a specialty of the diseases
of the feet) well, we mean to say that
Mr. Mayes, like some of the rest of us,
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NEWBERRY SHIPPING
CLOTH TO MASSACHUSETTS
Newberry Cotton Mill Has Order for
Sixty Thousand Yards Cloth by
rriiP?L-L' iik
iiA|UV9tl IV JIM.l.'Ul IIU.H U^,
The Newberry Cotton mill received
an order by wire this week for the
shipment of sixty thousand yards of
cloth to Massachusetts by express. It
is a healthy sign of the cotton goods
market. Massachusetts is one of the
j largest textile manufacturing states in
j the United States. In fact until very
recently led all the rest, S'outh Carolina
being second. Now South Carolina
leads all the rest.
Tne Newberry mill is shipping ten
bales a day, or about six thousand
yards. The express on this lot will
amount to about $700 and the cloth
to about $6,000 or $7,000 in money. It
is about the tcual output of the mill
for one day, but as the mill is running
on several different grades of c-oth it
will take about ten days to complete
the order for the particular grade ordered.
>1*0. 7 Township Convention.
The Interdenominational Sunday
School convention of No. 7 townsMp
will be held at Ridge Spring school
house on Saturday. February 12, com
mencing at 10 o'clock a. m. Following
is the program:
Devotional services, conducted by
Rev. J. W. Carson.
Enrollment of delegates.
Organization and election of officers.
The Relation of the Sunday ^School I
to the Church, Rev. T. C. Croker.
To What Extent is the Mother Responsible
for the Training of ihe
Child? Rev. R.. H. Burriss.
l\Vhy I Go to Sunday School, James j
F. Epting.
Every Member of the Churc'n a Member
of the Sabbath School, Rev. J. W.
Carson and W. A. McSwain.
How Can We Best 'Secure the Attendance
of the Older Men at the*Sunday
School? J. S. Dominick and JrB.
O'Xeall Holloway.
The Importance of Teaching Mis-.,
sions in the Sunday School, Rev. E. D.
Kerr and Rev. S. P. Koon.
Reports of the county work. Jas.
| F. Epting, president; J. B. O'Neall,
I Holloway, secretary.
Tnose coming by train will be met
at Old Town if timely notice is sent to
i either J. 'S-. Werts, SiLverstreet, R. F.
D.. or E. A. Fellers, Silverstreet, R.
F. D. J. Sam Werts,
Township Chairman, No. 7.
NOTICE OF ELECTION IN TRILBI
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51. r <
iV\fhereas, one-third of the resident
electors and a like proportion of the
resident freeholders of the ag? of 21
1 1 XT? -
years, in lnioy scnuui i^v.
of the county of 'Newberry, State of
South Carolina, have filed a .petition
witn 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
two (2) mills to be collected on all the
taxable property wirhin the said school
district.
Now, therefore, we th? undersignea,
composing the county board of education
for Newberry county, State of
South Carolina, do hereby order tne
board of trustees of the Trilby school
district No. 51, to hold an election on
the said question of levying a" special
tax of two (2) mills to be collected on
the property located in the said school
district, which said electon shall be
held at the Trilby scnool house in said
school district No. 51, on Saturday,
February 19, 1916, at which said elec
tion the polls shall b? opened at '< a.
m. and closed at 4 p. m.
The members of the ooard of 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 exnibit their
tax receipts and registration certificates
as required in general elections,
fchall be allowed to vote. Electors
1 1- 4
laboring tne levy 01 such ta.v suan caai)
a ballot containing the word "Yes"j
written or printed thereon, and each
elector opposed to such levy shall cast
a ballot containing the word "Xo"
written or printed thereon.
Given under our hands and seals
this 2nd day of February, 1916.
C. P. BARRE,
S. J. DERRICK,
T S WTTRttTJER.
County Board of Education,
For Newberry County, iS. C.
is- not an expert penman, and, therefore,
we could not exactly spell out
some of his writing, and in the rush j
the ad went to press with the word j
"stut" for steel, which has some referI
ence to lamp chimneys. Now, being
behind the age and not knowing of
s:eel lamp chimneys?well, that is
what it was. You go around and ask
John iMayes about them. It is some
new thing he has for the comfort and
convenience of his customers. ,
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Heavy Rainfall,
Th*? report of Mr. W. G. Peterson
j for January showed a deficiency for
rainfall during the month, but it was
i made up the firt" and second days of
February, especially ihe second day.
i TIip rainfall takpn trnm 7 n m to i
7 p. m. each day. On the first the rain
did not begin until the morning of that
I day and until 7 p. m. it hart registered
1.48 inches. On the second it regisj
tered 3 inches. And on the third the
! rainfall was .06 inches, making a total
I for the three days of 3.54 inches.
Mr. Peterson says the water in Bush !
i rivpr at fWftall'c bririffp inst bevand
I I
i Mr. J. \V. Henderson's, was up to t'ne,
! bridge and at Langford's branch, some j
! five miles from Newberry, the water
I ran in his buggy while crossing the
j bridge. All the streams were ivery
| much swollen.
I
Fisli Baskets Wanted?One dozen double
hack fish baskets. Apply at The
Herald and News office. 2-1-tf
Notice?Doctor Stuck has moved his
office over new store of Caldwell &
Haltiwanger, Mower Building.
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Music punils of Miss Margaret
Srhnnl Frirlav evening". Fe
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I Festival March Virgil
Long and
A Jolly Time ...
Louise '
Gracefulness Ted
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First Waltz - - Margarel
See Saw . -
urnesuiit
Vocal Solo
Miss G
Day Dreams
Willie Ms
Spring Song
Bunny !
Lullaby <
Lovie I
TX71ian ic Oiif
VI Xltu V u i. .
Gussie ?
Violets and Ferns.
' " ; Esther J
To the Dinner
Ada Mae and L,c
(a) A Little Song . , .
(b) In Dreamland
Lucile I
Grandfather's Danse
Phisolm
Rococo Gavotte
Lou Ella
King's Jester
Carol J
From the Far East
Ada I
Dainty Foot-falls
Virgil
Fairies Danse (for the left han<
"EVpI vn
* ?J Song
Miss G
Humoreske . . ? .
Evelyn Wise an
Song
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Preparedn
Don't wait till
rive before you
needs in China
buy now.
I can supply
it is a 10c Cup ai
iridic Ui a, ivw JL/U
Or if you wan
ter I have it als<
you want to pa)
coa tr> -o
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Mayes' Book &
The House of a 1
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Rutherford School Association.
:Ihe next monthly meeting of Rutherford
Improvement association will
be neld at school house Feb. 11th inst.
at three o'clock. Business of much
importance is to be attended to, and
e.ery member is urged to be present.
* *X 3 TTT'll; _ _ TT r
we nave inviieu .vnss wime -viae wise
to meet with us and organize a tomato
club, etc. Rev. S. C. Ballentine has
very kindly consented to give us one
of his most excellent talks also; so a
greai treat is in store for all who care
tn mppt with as on the above men
tioned date. Music will be furnished
by tome local musicians.
The pablic is cordially invited to
com^ and enjoy the evening with us.
Respectfully,
Mfi.-. Minnie L. Caldwell.
Pres. of Rutherford Improvement Association.
Rutherford School, New
berry, S. C.
Just received a car load o? mules and
mares from Tennessee. A. G. Wise,
Prosperity, S. C.
1-28-tf
Harrows?Disc harrows and drag harrows
just arrived. See us before
buying. Also brand new stalk cutters.
J. T. Mayes Co. l-25-4tltaw
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Burton, Little Mountain High
b. 4th, 1916, 7:30 o'clock.
Doethe
Carol Derrick.
Gurlitt
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oland.
Schmoll
: Feagle.
Bugbee
i Shealy.
Selected
rentry.
DeReef
Le Shealy.
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Bowers.
Gurlitt
Sowers.
Montague
[uffman.
I Kern
Shealy.
Spaulding v
>u Etta Wheeler.
Maeke
Gurlitt
Derrick.
Gurlitt
Bowers. '
Armstrong
Wheeler.
Engelman
Derrick. 5
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5rady.
Geibel
Long
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l Wise
Selected
rentry.
Doorak
d Miss Burton.
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look up your
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your wants. If
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at any price
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! PROGRAMME 1
Opera HousegdH
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4 M HW
lovt's Fnduring Flame Kiognfl
2 Reels?Featuring Claire McDouH
and Alan Hale.
Animated Cartoons Essanlfl
Drawings of Greater >ew York
sonny Jim and tlie Family Party V
A Vitagraph, featuring Bobby Con
nelly and Tefft Johnson.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5.
AS THE TWiU 18 BKNlf Lubin i
i ive Acts?eFatnring L. C. Shumway 4
i iorence Turner Impersonates Film
F'avorites Mina
MONDAY, FEBUAR1 7
Broncho Billy's Love Affair.. .Ess&na?
G. M. Anderson
A Society Schemer .Kalem
lA.iarguerite Courtet
i All For the Lore of a Girt.. Yitagraph
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew
Two Daughters of Eve Biograpli
nenry Watiaall, Lillian Gish, A. Morena v
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1
World Film Comporation Presents
Robert Warwick in
THE SINS OF SOCIETY I
A Brady Feature in Fire Acts.
Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edward Fulenw/der, Pastor.)
. Nothing preventing, the -following
will be the program or divine services
at tie Lutheran Church of' the Redeemer
next Sunday: . 10:15
a. m.?Sunday school". Will
your class be a banner class next ,
Sunday? The affirmative answer may
depend upon you. " '
11:15 a. m.?The regular morning
service. The subject of the sermon ; J
will be, "iLhe Builder's Working Tools.*
In the Gospel lession for the day, Mate.
7:24-29, the Saviour uses the figure of
the wise and foolish man building upon
the rock and sand to stress the importance
of character building. In J
the sermon the common tools of ihe
builder will be used to show the importance
of the different parts of life
that go to build a character that will . ?
stand the storms of human life. fl
4 p. m.?Classes in. -the catechism '
meet in tne cnurcn. . rarenis see xnat
your children are present. ' > 1
7:30 p. m.?Service of song and
prayer. The pastor will preach on
the subject, "Lest We Forget." To the
man in the church, to -the man bora
in the church, but not yet of it, to the
man on the threshold, to the man on ,
the outside, to the man once, in but
not now interested, the pastor wishes
to bring a strong and fair message. A
Come to the services Sunday night,
and let us candidly'study the mattef, ^
not to criticise, but to help and encourage.
"I was glad when they said unto ine,
Let us go Into the house of the Lord."
SPECIAL HOTIGES. - ~ 4
House and Corner Lot For S?Ie?Four I
room cottage, with desirable lot on
Nanc.p street, at reasonable Drice and
on fair terms. Rlease & BleaJse.
l-21-4taw
Wagon Harness?New supply of wagon ?J
harness and leather collars bough-.1.
before war prices on leather. We
can save you money. J. T. Mayes
Co l-25-4tltaw
You can get first class pressing, cieanan<J
altering done at Quality Pressing
Club. All work guaranteed.
Photie No. 125-2. l-ll-5t
Wanted?Land to sell at auction. Na- J
tional Realty and Auction Company, . fl
Eox 487, Greensboro, N. C. ,
12-31-ft J
Best Ground Insert Lense. $1.50 to A
$3.50 pair. Jj!
i Best Ground flimles? Lens, $2.00 to
$4.00 pair.
Kriptop $8.00 and up per pair. 1
Gold Filled Frames and Nose Mountings,
$2.50 pair.
Solid Gold Frames and Nose Pieces, |
$4.00 pair.
Eyes tested and glasses fitted.
Broken lenses and prescriptions duplicated.
All work guaranteed.
Jewelers and Optometrists. . ~
P. C. JEAXS & CO, M
| Dr. F. C. Martin | 1
fExaminesEyes, Fits Glasses f 1
| and Artificial Eyes. t J
flf your eyes are giving you? A
^trouble don't fail to consult bim.^
I Satisfaction Guaranteed. *
f Office over Anderson's Dry*
J>Goods Store, ? |v, 1

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