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The Movements of iv.Any People, Newberrians,
and Those Who Visit
Mr. \Y. F. Blackburn o Columbia at
tended the funeral of Mrs. H. C. Sim- j
mer in Newberry Monday.
Mrs. Zobel o' Newberry has been j
visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. P. Yonce j
and Mrs. Oliffton T. Sondley of
Dallas, Texas, are visiting relatives ;
and friends in Newberry.
Mr. .J. L. Keirt Jr., who is teaching
school a. Ballentine. spent the week ;
end with his family in Newberry.
Mrs. B. B. Hiller of the city has returned
from a visit to her sister, Mrs. i
I B. Kempson at Slighs.
Mrs. h. v. wiisoa o: i>arnngioii,
has returned 10 her home after visiting
h>?r mother, Mrs. Sue Maybin in East
Slain street. ?
.Mr. B. M. (.Boo) Scurry of Chappells,
was operated on in a Columbia
hospital for appendicitis on Sunday
morning. He was doing as well -is
could be expected.
Mrs. Charles Ruff returned last
week to her home in .Newberry. She
was accompanied by her mother. Mrs. \
Alva Stevenson, who spent several
days with her.?Winnshoro News ana
Messrs C. E. Ridenhour, J. L. Swind- i
ler, J. \Y. Bow den, Ben IT. Bodie. of
the student body of Newberry college.
Dr. J. Henry Harms and Dr. Geo. B.
Cromer, are attending the Lutheran
Laymen's movement convention il J
!Prof. Sid. J. Derrick of Newberry j
college, made an address which was
full of good advice and interesting: to j
teachers and trustees. He was follow-i
ed by Senator W. H Sharpe. Cyrus L. j
Shealy, Dr. Frank Roberts and others j
in timely and wise speeches good for i
education.?From an account of a;
school trustees' meeting in Lexington, j
FARIOES AND ALL AKOTIT.
A dollar's worth of entertainment at!
Leslie's Arcade for only 10 cents.
Elbert H. Aull announces for coun-;
ty superintendent of education.
Mr. E. M. l^ane announces for the
office of county treasurer.
A new jitney bus is on the streets.
It is operated 'by Sam Johnson.
Foolish question Xo. 89123457899:
Does the new liquor law require a man
to keep his gin house in his bearoom?
'Secession and Sea Session?take
your choice, you fire insurance mag
Mrs. Smith is again the milliner at
Mimnaugh's and will be pleased to
serve the ladies o the community.
Mr. Andrew G. Wicker is a candidate
for magistrate '.or No. 11 township.
The Winthrop Daughters will meet
fTuesav, the 14th at 4 o'clock with (Mrs.
P. Duncan Johnson.
A new Overland 6 has just been
purchased bv Sheriff Cannon G. Blease
from Sam Dominick's garage.
War is liell
Without a doubt,
We're hiding out.
Field day was ill progress in Newberry
Friday and Saturday under the
auspices of the colored teachers of the
town and county.
There is a man in Newberry who
spends his weak end at home trying
to figure out how to collect the living
he claims the world owes him.
If nine-tenths of the merchants in
-'Newberry should hop up in a fit of
anger and leave tlie town, it looks as
it there would 'be a gold mine for the
few that remained.
Wyman Jackson and George Wilson
got on the outside of too much booze <
and were up be ore the recorder for
I>eing drunk, fI heir prescription read 3
$3.00 or 10 days each.
There's 'South Carolina and there's
the Southeastern outfit?there's the
dog and there's the trail. Whichever
will wag the other. Which will it be
in this case?
There were very interesting missionary
exercises at the Church of
the Redeemer Sunday night. The principal
address was made ^y Rev. Prof.
Kiser of Newberry college.
Miss Annie L. Smith and company
announce their spring millinery open- j
ins for Wednesday and Thursday of
this week. The ladies will not fail to
"bear these dates in mind.
Every one enjoys the Paramount J
pictures every Monday and Friday at |
the Arcade. Leslie says "Be a Para- !
mount-er" and wear the satisfied smile, j
Mark Twain's immortal classic.!
"Puddn'head Wilson" is one of the
coming Paramount attractions at Leslie's
M^mnaugh's opening is announced
.or Wednesday and Thursday and the
ladies ail know what a Mimnaugli
opening means. Do not forget the
Mr. James D. Quattlebaum of Pros
perky, breaks the ice in the race ror
master in equity in Newberry county (
and makes announcement in this issue j
of The Herald ad News.
>Mr. Heyward B. Ewart, son of iMt.
W. b\ Ewart o. Newberry, has recently
'been made manager ot the Southern
Bell telephone exenange at summerville.
Marguerite Clark in "i-Wen and Mice''
at L.cj>hcs Aioade last rriday pleased;
packed houses, tlhere are many popu- ;
lar fi:m stas, but wherever this!
Cii-arming little acire&s appears, she i
wins the hearts of her audience.
Military Bill Now in Congress?
Headline. Say Bill, if your nicKname
is intended to suggest that you are a 1
fighter, then what 011 earth are you
doing in congress? Please resign, Bill,
you are needed in Mexico.
^ rom tne way some newspapers ana
some .people talk it would seem that j
when the almighty Southeastern has
finally departed, the old State will be
in a worse condition than it was at i
the close of the Civil war.
Drayton Rutherford chapter willI
meet at the residence of Mrs. L. W.
Floyd Wednesday afternoon. 'All members
who have not paid their dues are
asked to bring or send them to -this
Great is the doctrine of secession.!
South Carolina seceded from t"he union
and now the great Southeastern has .
seceded from South Carolina. Seces-!
sion may be all right 'but in the ease
o' the fire insurance companies a Sea j
Session would be better. !.
Now that Georgia hasn't liad a!
lynching in two whole weeks, what's i
the matter with them that they don't;
go a ter Villa? Who wouldn't be.de-!
lighted to see this terrible Mexican In j1
tile middle of a Georgia mob any-i'
Arthur <Connor who is a stranger to
Mark was up before his honor, the re- .
border for vagrancy and was found
guilty and fined. $15 or 30 days. Mar- j
melius Davis was afflicted with the!
same disease and got the same medi-! ^
cine. j (
Talk about the cost of living in!
f AU'n Tinf Vn nrtft Tfill aKIa I 1
iv ?? li uui .11 luui .>aiac \wxl UL* dDir *
to tell the economist some things they i
don't know about the high cost of city '
living when his trial in the recorder's
court takes place. He is charged
work was up before his honor, the re- t
The Newberry County Medical so- ^
jie.y he'd its regular meeting Friday v
afternoon with 12 physicians present.
Dr. Dominick read a very interesting j
paper on "Disinfectants and Antiseptics?Their
Use and Abuse/' This was
followed by general discussion by the
physicians present. Dr. T. L. W. Bailey ^
j- Clinton 'Medical society, councillor ^
for ihe Third Medical district, was
a.iiu giaiucu mr pi i v ncgc
of the vloor.
Maple Camp Xo. 437, W. 0. W., Mol;ohon,
gave its annual banquet Thurs- "
day evening at 8 o'clock and was ^
largely attendet by its enthusiastic *
membership. A most delicious course f
was prepared and served toy Mr. D. D. ^
Darby and his able corps of assistants. ?
Mr. J. B. O'Xeall Holloway acted as
'.oast master and speeches were made r
oy the olio wing: Hon. B. V. Chap- s
man. B. L. Dority, J. B. O'Xeall, Hollo- ^
way, G. Y. Dickert, D. D. Darby, J H.
Do vtn?* *7 ri rl nr* iQiVl tiO 1 Tr
uaAitI axiu , 'cuvuij .
In Judge Player's court Ernest Abner
(no kin to Captain Abner in Saul's ^
army), was charged with Injury to
personal property. The said personal ^
property was a dog belonging to .
George Haiti wanger. George proved c
the status of the dog as property by ex- ^
Orbiting a tax receipt. Ernest, it seems,
was ^passing George's yard when the
3og saw him and began making faces
at him so he grabbed a piece of iron
and threw it, hitting the dog and breaking
its leg. Ten dollars or 20 days, ^
said the judge. Ernest paid the price <
in legal tender.
EVANGELISTIC MEETING TO BE 1
HELD AT FIRS! BAPTIST CHURCH ;
A series of evangelistic meetings
will 'begin at the P>apt.ist church on
Sunday. March 2(>. and continue for a
number of days. Rev. Tlios. V. Mc-1 <
Caul of Clemson College, will assist
Mr. .McCaul presents his messages
' song and sermon.
11 the people of the community are
, most cordia'ly :n\l ed to attend these
t mi etings.
'> SOCIETY. 3> I
Monday afternoon, Mrs. John B.
Mayes entertained the Auction Bridge ;
club, of which she is a member. Be- j
sides the regular club members she j
ixivuea quite a iiumucr or ouier piayers
to add to the pleasure o: the aft- I
ernoon. White and purple violets ;
were used in profusion on mantel and ;
tables and score cards with dainty ;
"Spring girls ' on them were used.' A!
delicious ice course followed by cof- j
fee was served after the games.
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The hostess for the Fortnightly club j
at its regular business meeting Tuesday
morning was Mrs. Sam. B. -Tones. \
Current even's were animatedly dls-!
cussed for an hour. Then Mrs. .T. H. j
" ~r ~ ~e^d several interesting articles :
from "Good Housekeeping."
A most delicious course luncheon
was served the members at one o'clock.
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Tuesday afternoon the Calvin Cro-;
zier chapter held its regular monthly j
meeting with Miss Bess Kibler. After :
the secretary had read her minutes tile j
treasurer reported having paid fori
p cfco'arshi-p.s at Xewberry col- j
lege, and that she had received $27.."0 j
from the play which the chanter had
The chapter then voted to try and I
retain the community nurse and elected
'Misses Pauline Gilder and Bess
Kihler as delegates to ihe confen-nce j
Mrs. C. J. Purcell delightfully en-'
tertained the Jasper chapter D. A. *R
Wednesday morning. A most instruc- \
tive article from the D. A. ~R. m^a- '
zine was read bv Mrs \\V HT ^rJ
Tlie treasurer reported having sent
a contribution "or the erection of a
monument?at Gaffney to Col. James
Williams and a contribution to the
Bachelor Maids for the community
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'The program for "he Woman's club j
which met with (Miss Minnie Gist
Thursday afternoon was as follows. \
Response to roll call.
'.Ml for Russia?Read by Mrs. W. Y. j
Coasts of the 'Caspian "Sea?Mrs. F.
The Tse of Xaptha and Petroleum ;
by the ?People on the Coast Along the
^aff/n:an Sea?Mrs. T. H. Hunt.
Perfecting the Art of Venice?Miss j
Travel on the Coasts of the Caspian ;
sea? :Miss iMinnie Gist.
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Friday afternoon little .John Swit-1
en burg entertained his neighborhood j
)laymates with a party in honor of j
lis eighth birthday. The afternoon
vas happily spent playing games and
oe cream and cake were enjoyed by the j
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The Saturday Evening Bridge club j
vhich was to have met with 'Mr. and j
-Irs. M. L. Spearman has tbeen postloned
until next Saturday on account
if the illness of little Katherine iSpearnan.
Miss Mary Frances Pool entertained
laturday afternoon in honor of the
Jisses .Sullivan and Miss Smith of
Lbbeville, who haive been her guests
or the week-end. The rooms were
leautifully decorated with bright
pring flowers and potted plants and
rook" was played during the aftertoon.
Delightful refreshments were
erved on small tables a'ter a numler
of games had been played.
Notice is hereby given that the
tooks of subscription to the capital
uock c?. Silverstreet Real Estate
Company will be opened at the resilenee
cf Jno. W. Long, Silverstreet,
5. C., on Monday, March 13, 191G, at
en o'clock A. M
HENRY 0. LONG.
JOHN IW. LONG,
Board o.r Corporators.
> ' > 'V <$' $> <? 3> ? <?> <?' ? \
? MARRIAGES. 3> |
> <s> ;
Married?By Rev. J. M. Fridy, Feb-uary
27th, Mr. Wm. C. Parker to Miss
Bessie Rhinehart, both of Whitmire.!
IJ,r T AT T7>?.U
.uai i ru uy iiL > . . &i. i' nuv, r curuary
27th, Mr. E. L. .Johnson to (Miss
Maude McCain, both of (Whitmire. i
Married?By Rev. J. M. Fridy.:
March 3, Mr. W. T. McMelon to Miss
Deriberry, both of Whitmire,
'Married?By Rev. .1. M. Fridy.
March Mr. Carl Lewis to Miss Pearl
W.n-\ both of Whitmire, S. C.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS
MM HER FOUR IS ACTIVE j
On the first Sunday when the ques
tion was asked in the class, where shall !
the next business meeting be held, Mr. j
Pete Leopard spoke up, like Pe-.er of j
old, and said, "Come to my house," so J
the invitation was gladly accepted.
Bro. Peter having just married him j
a wife we knew we were sure to nave j
a nice time, so on Monday night by
seven there was a goodly number of j
young men gathered at Bro. Peter's \
home. The meeting was called to or- i
der by the president, Mr. Leo Hendrix, j
ad then led in prayer by Bro. J. W. i
Some very important matters were \
discussed, among them being the sub- '
ject as to when, whether or ever, we ;
would receive the set-ups from classes '
\ ^ o r> rl 1 1 . li'n it?A? J rt r\ /-? r\ + nnr?
.-.wo tj anu 11 ? ?c vvuii in a ; c^cut tun- ;
test as to the raising the mission apportionment
for the church?after eel- j
ing sure That the classes would do !
what they said, we dropped the sub- '
As there was not anv one sick wi'.h ;
"an fever" at Pro. Peter's home, we
were invited to the dining room where
his good wife and sister were brought j
into service. Delicious ice cream and
appet'"zing cakes were served. We felt
like saying with Peter of old. "It Is
good for us to be here." j
i-4J.ter spending a pleasant evening
v** a.ujuiu nt'u uiin uc aope oi~ receiving
bountiful refreshments from
Xos. 3 and 11.
Xo. 4 is indeed % groat class, and
doing a very prominent work in the
school, by furnishing most of the offi- i
cers of the school. There are at pres- '
ent two young men who arc studying}
or the ministry. We have one young j
man in the class on the police force.
Also we have an ex-cacher in the navy
vard in Virginia helping along tiie line
of preparing or repairing (not m word
but in deed).
Our motto is:
Xo. four leads, others follow
Hut if you get beat we ne.er hollow.
Always try is what we say;
And we find that this is the easiest
We have no songs in our class,
Joist to make the other fellows
But we always open with a prayer,
And every member is glad he was/
'We have no so'os that we can sing.
Just to hear the ceiling ring.
But there is one thing about Xo.
That always makes each brother go.
We always walk, talk and act,
Behind the other person's 'back.
The same that we would do or say,
If he was with us every day.
?Chas. R. "Wesson.
March 13, 1916.
TO MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS <
?I want you to know that I will ]
handle ice during the season at the \
same old stand and no pains ml1
be spared to accommodate the trade. ?
Thanking one and all for past fav- .
ors, Yours for business, G. W. Kin- ]
ard. Prosperity, S. C. \
' I <
Dr. S. iC. Mitchell says that he has j *
thought sometimes that if he could!make
just one prayer for the South j,
it would be that it should rain paint ! *
for 40 days and nights just as it rain- i <
ed during the flood. Let the showers ' <
start!?The Progressive Farmer. \
Dress, T ailo]
iiciis uiai ai
with the spir
will be shown
"! 1 /?
Micc Annip I.
A jOl&Ziljils jg*S?
LITTLE MOUNTAIN NEWS
Misses Ernestine Wicker and Mayme
SwLtenburg spent the week-end at
their homes in Newberry.
Mr. and -.'rs. Jeff Boland and ehil
men no,.*. tuuiucu it> lucir IlUIIie lii ,
Clinton a tor spending a few days'
with Mr. and Mrs. David Bolana.
'Mr. B. E. Shealy of Columbia is visiting
his parents. ? !
Miss Minnie Lee Shealy has returned
to Anderson after spending the
week-end with her parents.
Messrs Dan Epting and Robert Lee
Riser of Newberry College spent tne
week-end at home.
Mr. W. P. Derrick left on Monday ;
.or Richmond, Ya., and New York on
Mr. .1. B. Derrick was a business
visitor in Columbia on Tuesday.
r. 'A. K. Kinard of Laurens was in
io>vn on Saturday.
Mr. D. I. IWingai.l o' Lexington,;
has been visiting friends in Little
Mr. I. V. .Matthews has returned
from a few days' stay in Columbia and i
F! ink Wise. who had the misfortune I
to brt-pl* i ice a school some time ago !
is Ouc 0:1 crutches.
Mr. S. E. Boland and family have.
recently moved to Columbia.
Master Hubert Kinard entertainea a;
number of little friends at a par'y on !
his seventh birthday on (Saturday,
March 11th. A ter enjoying many interesting
games refreshments were
The Lit ie Mountain High school i
"basketball teams played those of j
Spring Hill on Eridav at Spring Hill, j
The scores were: Girls. 19-25 in favor j
of Little Mountain and Boys, 5-11 in i
favor of Spring Hill.
FOR SCHOOL LIBRARIES.
The Drayton Rutherford Chapter
has secured the following historical
matter to be placed in the libraries of
the schools of Xewberry county:
"Wrongs of History Righted," and
"Historical Sins of Omission," 'bo-'h by
Miss Mildred Ruther ord, historian
general of thf Uniied Daughters of the
Confederacy, and "Kid Soldiers of the
Sixties," by ?.'r. IW. H. Wallace.
iThese book.-Hs-'are in the office of
Vr. Chas. Barre, county superintenden
of education, and t; e schools may
obtain them by applying t$ Mr. Barre.
ine bourn nas >oee;i too long unaer
the shadow of alse statements toy historians
and other wrkers. and it is
high time that our young people should
know of these errors and learn what
is the truth. We earnestly hope that
the teachers will make use of this information,
particularly in teaching
their History classes.
Mrs. J. H. West, president
| Dr. F. C. Martin I
f Examines Eyes, Fits Glasses!
f and Artificial Eyes. f
^If your eyes are giving youf
|trouble don'tJfail to consult him i
^ 1--? ? >ntaarj X '
z* oausracuuu uuai uuiv?.u> -<
f f 1
g Office ove. Anderson's Dry J; I
|Goods Store. J^l
i i <
red and Sport
it of Spring
at our Milli]
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r, March 15
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" " ' 11 1
Opera House ^
Tl'ESDAY, MARCH 14. V
ITS A.Siy DUW.Vi . .. Vim Comedy
World Ii^lni Corporation Presents 1
luL ciF'i Shubert Feature
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15.
THE WANDERERS Vitagraph.
A READY MADE MAID, Lnbin comedy
(Featuring Billie Reeves). M
THURSDAY, MARCH 16.
ii'HE LITTLE TRESSPASSER
Vicagraph Comedy Drama J
V L S E Presents ^
May Robinson in
A NIGHT OUT .... Vitagraph Comedy |B
sEi.L) POP CORN* for sale. Johnson*
\lf>Pror'l/pn P/\ ^
*UVV-i WV.UVU \J\S.
BARBER?I will be at Silverstreet ou^ ^
Tuesdays and Fridays to do your
shaving and hair-cu.ting. Alonzo
FIGARO?Is liquid smoke. $1.00 bottle
will smoke 400 lbs meat. Guar- ^
anteed to keep meat moist and skippers
out. Easily applied. Summer
FOR SALE?Pure big boll Cieveland
cotton seed, per bushel, $1.00. Also
! odder and lumber. J. A. Shealy,
X' 1__ T"1 T? O __ "U ^
[late f;.r II:e office of county treasure
and will abide tlie rules of the Demo- ^
E. M .Lane. j
I hereby announce myself a candiiate
for the office of coroner of Newberry
county and will afbide by the
result of the Democratic primary e-?c:ion.
G. H. RUFF.
For Magistrate No. 11.
I hereby announce myself a canlidate
for magistrate ?:or No. 11 township
and will abide the rules of the
Andrew G. Wicker.
I hereby announc myself a candi
lak- for tile office o- master of Newberry
county and will abide the rules
md regulations of the Democratic
James D. Quattlebaum.
date for re-election to the office of
county treasurer and will abide by
the rules and regulations of the Dem- j
JOHN L. EPFS. ^
For Snperintendent of Education.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of county superintendent
of education and.will abide the
rules of the democratic Ipirty.
Elbjrfc H. Au'll.
For County Treasurer.
I hereby announce myself a candiiate
ror the office of County Treasurer,
subject to the rules of the Democratic
primary. I will appreciate your support.
Should I be elected, I wMl derote
the best efforts of -my life to the
discharge of the duties of the office.
WILLIAiM E. PELHAM, Sr.
Jf ivr I'oupty Treasurer.
I hereby anucurxce myself a candi
iNewoerry, sx. r. v. puune
'WANTED?INDUSTRIOUS MEN who
can furnish team, wagon, good ref-'
erences and contract signed by two^
responsible men, to sell to farmers
everyday necssities used in every
home and around the farm. Largest j
and most complete line sold from
wagons?: 10 staple products manu- )
factured by one of the oldest and
largest companies of its kind. For
full particulars write, or telephone or
call on A. M. Wilson, Tatum, S. C.
MULES AND i_^RES? from Tennessee
on hand. Come to see me. A.
n W-cft Prncnprif x* Pt P
V_J. T ? lk)V, X i J ?V*
A N3f OUN CEMSXTS.
' For Supervisor.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election to the office of
supervisor for Newberry county and
will abide by the rules and regulations
of the Democratic primary election.
J. C. SAMPLE.
For County Treasurer.
I hereby announce mysell? a candi