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Tlie Movements of nr.any People, Xewberrians
and Those Who Visit
Mr. and iVirs. L. IJ. Auil motored to
dewberry on Sunday from Dyson.
Pro '. X. E. Aul! of Estill, spent Friday
in the city with his brother. Col.
E H. Aull.
Mr. A. C. Sligh motored from Dyson
to .Newberry 021 'Saturday and spent
Sunday with his brother. Mr. Sligh.
;Thos. F. Suber, who is teaching at
(Waltcrboro high school, spent the
wek end with his father i\.r. W. F.
KJ K* u\. 1 .
Prof. W. C. Bynum, a Newberry boy,
"who has been principal of the Georgetown
graded schools for the past nineyears.
was elected president o' the
State Teachers' association in Columbia
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7AKI0CS AND ALL ABOCT.
Sunday was an ideal day.
Spring begins today.
This is court week.
A keg i nil of kittens at Baxter's undertaking
Now for spring gardening and good
things to eat as the season advances
While it was at it why didnt' the
n t>i r<> ?? tllo m.->cn 11 i f r\ npsf
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We have grown somewhat tired of
lemonade, so pass the cannonade
We have always been a little skittish
ahnut hnrri.T^ mivwuv ectippip 11 v anv
tiling that borders on trouble.
Mr. M. M. Duford is announced as
2' candidate for the office of sheriff
cr' tXcvvberry county.
ATr P U" T^Anorloc ir> on oc
-TJLi. V . *? . UUU^iUO AO aunvtiiivvu
a candidate or magistrate for townships
Xos. 1 and 8.
Mr. J. B. Halfacre is announced as
candidate for reappointment to the
^ ;'kv of county auditor.
Mr. iC'emson L. Wilson is announced
t a candidate for the office of county
superintendent of education.
Mr. J. Moody Bedenbaugh is announced
as a candidate for tlie o fice
of comity auditoi.
Mr. J. William Smitli of Kinards sold
tn or row. )
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except the I
I Citv Profits
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100 bales of cotton on Thursday at
Clinton i or 12 cents the pound around.
Mr. C. C. Schumpert is announced
as a candidate ..or the office of county
In ?the recorder's court Monday
morning Sim Maddox was wiven $10
or 30 days for assault and battery. He
Oil the bulletin board at police headquarters
Chief Rodelsperger has posted
these words: "Look out for ears.
'See that they are numbered."
Mr. .Tames P. Kinard has resigned as
president o Anderson college and Rev.
John E. White has been elected to succeed
A wealthy cuss
Is Henry Dean,
He 1 uus his bus
j YMtn gasoline.
The Methodists have torn down the
old siables that stood on their iot at
the corner of College and Friend
Polities is picking up pretty well in
this county though the canidatcs for
the senate and the legislature seem just
a It tie timid about letting their wishes
j be known:
On II hursday afternoon, March -/>,
J at o:30 the Woman's Mossionary so(
ciety of First Baptist church will hold
a half-hour prayer service at the
All the ladies and the men, too.;
should join the civic association arid
help in the good work of making this
*\ii ideal town in all that goes to make
a fine communty.
The new Ford agencv to be known
as the Fridy .Motor company, is located
in tile .McCaughrin block next to the
V/UON.1 ? V. 1 1 1 11 I 111 \J 11. IV v .
Lieutenant Governor A. J. Betliea
will address the students of XewDerry
college this morning in the chapel
at S:4") o'clock. The public will be
j v, tiv uui\z iu nvrai liiuz.
The Calendar society of the Methodist
church, will share the receipts at
! Mr. Wells* picture show on Monday,
| March 28. A special film will be sent
j from .New \ork. See notice in imuay ?
: issue for particulars.
! The alarm of fire was sent in about
: two-thirty on Monday. A crib belong|
ing to Mrs. Workman in (Cannontown
' was burned, consuming some 15 or 20 1
ry opening at
JVe are prepar
iir pvpfv u/anl
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t, the latest s
*y feature up 1
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0.00. We do
We sell Warn*
All that is nee
is they are
Rust Proof" at
up. Lace fror
our full store.
S DRY GUI
^osperity, S. C
j bushels of corn and Home forage. The
| fire originated from a hedge which was
Mr. Homer Schumpert says the
new fire alarm that is beintr installed
will surely wake uu the town if it
1 comes up to its recommendation ami
! if it fails to give satis- action it will
: be taken out without expense to the
.a tenant nouse on me piaee o air.
! C. A. Matthews had a narrow escape
I from burning one day last week. Th"
nouse is occupied by a colored family
I and was discovered on fire in the roof
| about noon. The alarm was given and
! by hard work of Mr. Matthews and
i nighbors the fire was extinguished
j before much damage was done.
The regular monthly meeting of the
[ Iv\. C T. I", will meet at the residence
j of Mrs. Mary Wright tomorrow (Tues,
day) afternoon at 4 o'clock. Subject:
I 1 n/^ \T,V W r_ Untie.
i auv?uv;ai i auv i.. .'i i ??. \j . nuuoeal,
i\.rs. .Maggie Fellers, who was forI
merly with the Mower company, is
i now with Miss Annie L. Smith and
i>o >1 \ *
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1 On last Friday Magistrate Player
| and his deputy, Mr. Pope Buiford, went
| to the homo of Bill Mendenhall, eolori
ed. in Xo. S township and arrested
John Henrv Coleman an escaped con
vict from the Spartanburg chain gang.
Coleman escaped last August. He was
serving an 18 months sentence for
cutting up his wife and had already
served six months. He was taken
back to Spartanburg by the authorities
& ' that county who <- - i -
Dr. Thornton Whaling, president of
the Presbyterian Theological Seminary,
i at Columbia, who preached at the Ave!
leigh Presbvterian church last Sundav
1 morning and at the First Baptist
I church Sunday night, delivered a very
i timely and masterful address to the
Xewberry High school Monday morn
I ing on the choice o: a vocation. Dr.
| Whaling visited the Boundary Street
' school also, where ho delighted the eni
tire school with one of the best stories
of Uncle Remus.
"VVc had the pleasure of enjoying the
annual birthday dinner of Maj. J.
Baehman Bedenbaugh at his home in
Pomaria on Sunday. Just how old he
; is was told bv a number of candles
! which were lighted on the top 01 a
f o \r c*
CU tu tAA.t
t. Do you I
ityle, latest I
to tne Dest i
[1 save you |
dful to say
$1.00 and I
it in stock,
cake just "before the guests entered
the dining room and they 'burned so
>ast they they were like the Irishman
pig.s, they moved about so~~fast you
couldn't count them. But Bach is still
a young man and enjoys having his
friends with him and knows liow to j
treat them when they come and |
that good wife of his also Knows j
how to prepare and to serve a dinner.
The only trouble we had was a sore
tooth but we managed to do full justice
to the elegant spread and all the guests
j enjoyea ine dinner.
I PAY CASH.
Hens, per pound. 12 cents.
Chicks. 2 pounds or less, 1G cents.
Eses. per dozen, lo cents.
Roosters, per pound, 6 cents.
JAMES I>. QUATTLEBAUV,
Prosperity, S C. !
j SPECIAL NOTICES. j
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| FOIl SALE OR LEASE?The Maybin-;
ton Grist Mill. Flour mill and grist., i
I Apply to owner or address Route
No. 1, Box 39 Blair, S. C.
sive farming, is simply effi<
lization. The only object
methods is to secure spi-cializ
a larger, better and less ex
Maxwell Motor cars are p
tensive manufacturing. Int
we make only one chassis,
build cars of diffirent wliee
in a Inn or qitioa fV-.r- <
stage of our development. V
for our purpose a wheel
inches meets all conditions
fore we lrve standardized t
In the second place, we b
motor?a powerful, four cy
speed, smooth rurmine mo
created such favorable conn
Maxwell owners. We do
with this, that and some ot
engine---nor do we ask c
risk the satisfactory opera
new and untried fads or inn
Maxwell cars are as nearl
ized as it is possiblejto mal
all essentials they are cori
(speeds) bolted to engi
trol; 56 inch tread, 103
storage battery; electrii
justable storm curtains
spare tire carrier; demc
16 complete service stai
so arranged ana orgatii:
Detroit. Three other I
FOR SALE?Pure big boll Cleveland
cotton seed, per bushel, $1.00. Also
i odder and lumber. J. A. Shealy,
Newberry, R. F. D. 2, phone 3602.
MULES ANI) _ RES? from Tennes- |
see on hand. Come to see me. -v. i
;G. Wise, Prosperity, S. C.
f'UK SAL/fcJ?une t>rood mare. 9 years j
old, perfectly gentle, work anywhere. !
Apply to P. B. Odell, Whitmire, S. C.
FOR SALE?One bay horse, 9 years
old. Kugene Gary. 1109 Xance St. |
STRAYED?March 7, white and brown j
spotted female bird dog setter, S
months old. Notify C. E. Wicker, !
Newberry ,S. C , R. F. D. 5. Phone '
FOR SALH?One Harley-Daividson two ;
speed motorcycle. In excellent con-!
dition. Cheap. J. M. .Tones. Newberry,
Route 7, Box 1C.
T- / ? _ t j i* _ . . i
L.U&1?ucia iountam ipen witnout cap. i
Tx^st between West End and New- ,
berry High school on Thursday ,
morning. 'Finder will please return
to 'The Herald and News.
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like inten- they have be*
2ient specia- by us but by
of intensive parts of the
:ed knoledge, acquitted thei
pensive pro- Of course, 1
^*ard and stri
rofits of in- car that will
he first p'ace engineering p
We do not changes and
Abases, hav- time, knowin
experimental gress demand
7e know that is not here ai
base of 103 will be. So ti
5 and there- build a car til
hat length. dition of abso
uild only one ^ ith a den
linder, high sand car.- per
tor that has effect great ec
nent among ing /departrae
not dabble you know, wc
her type of smaller produ
ustomers to types and size
tion of any Beauty of 1
ovation. combined wit
y standard- jn first cost an
:e them. In qualities conci
rect because sjve nianufact
Four cylynder motor; cone clutch;
ne, 3-4 floating rear axle; left-side s
, inch wheelbase; 30x3 1-2 inch tires;
tarter; Electric headlights; (with dii
: horn; one man mohair toD with em
; clear vision, doable-ventilating win
mutable rims; pump, jack, wrenches
tions, 54 district branches, over 2,50c
zed that service can be secured anyw
^adster* $635, 5-passenger Touring
Newberry, S. C.
U-WWIIWH Hill Willi !? ? 111?niwn i
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THE WAV OUT Vim Comedy fl
World Film Corporation V
Vivian Martin J
OVKR NIGHT ]
A Shubert iComcdy in 5 Acts.
WEDNESDAY. MARCH 22.
"FREED FOR HIS OWN MURDER"
3 Acts, featuring
Maurice Costello, Vandyke Brooks and
Leah Baird. ^
BILLIE'S HEADACHE.Lubin Comedy 1
Featuring: Billie Reeves
"WH EX SECO* DS COUNT"... .Kalem *9
i nazaras or neien series, leatunus Wj
Helen Gibson). V
THrRSD.lY, MARCH 23 M
V L S E Presents ^
'"THOU \ART THE MAN"
A powerful 6-part Vitagraph Drama. .
FOR SALE?Pure bed pups, half Shep- fl
herd, male five dollars, female three
dollars. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Walter Denning, 915 McKibben St.,
Newberry, S. C.
SEED POP CORN for sale. Jo&nsottMcCraeken
;ri put to the test, not only
thousands of owners in all
country. And they have
eve are always going forving
to produce a motor i
approach mechanical and
erfection. We make minor
refinements from time to
g that the march of pros
it. This 4'ultimate" car
tid, like tomorrow, never
tiAvt thine is tn
at will approach this conlute
land exeeeding five thouinonth,
we can and do
onomics in all manufactur:nts.
These economies, as
>u!d be impossible with a
ction or a wide range of
ines and finish; sturdiness
h light weight; economy
id upkeep?thare are the >
ributed by Maxwell intenuring
teermg, center conweighti
nmer) and tail-light;
elope and quick.axt
and tools. Service?
) dealers and agents?
here within 12 hours A
Car, $655, F. O. B. ^