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the 3Iovenr?nts of many People, Newberrians,
and Those Who Visit
Mrs. John P. Long of SilverstVeet
visited relatives in town '..ionday.?
Bates'burg Cor. Lexington News.
ivlrs. Dora Watts is speni::g some
weeks with her sister, Mrs. John H.
Siealv of Batesburg.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bouknight left
lor Columbia Thursday where they
will make their home.
Miss Grace Hutchinson and Miss
Lc-ra Wicker went to Greenville today
to visit frei ds and relatives.
Mrs. Joheph <A;ann of Newberry is
tie guest or Mrs. Harry Frice.?Spartanburg
Lelancf Sheppard of Prosperity is
visiting in this community.?Union
Cor. Saluda Standard.
Mr. J. B. Duckett of Newberry
sre.it yesterday in the city?Anderson
R. L. Harmon of Xewberrv was
over this week looking after tlie interests
of his farm.?Saluda -Stand/
Mrs.. W. H. Eddy, Misses Zula and
and Louise Counts, Miss Cleo Aull
and Mr. Vernon Tavlor took in the
exhibition at Fork school Friday
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Kinard. Clinton
Kinard, Miss Victoria Crosson and
Mr. Franklin, all of Prosperity, visited
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.
<x. Crouch Sunday.?Saluda Standard.
Mesdames Mack Bedenbaugh. and
t^awson Dominiek of Newberry coun
ty spent last week-end with Prof, and
Mrs. J. Of. Bedenbaugh,?Saluda
Mr. Albert I. Paysinger, rural
policeman of Dilion county, ran- over
from Columbia, on Wednesday aftersoon
to spend the night with his
mother* Mrs. Saaa 'Paysinger, at the
oid homestead. ,
3tfiss Elizabeth and Ruth McCrackin
returned to Columbia on the 24th,
after a few days' visit to their brother,
Dr. P. B. McCrackin. These young
laiies are students at Chicora col
tege, and will graduate in a iew
? ! A Koon and wife and daughters,
Uzsie, Tea and Ruth of Newberry,
William. Adams and sister,
Miss Lizzie, of Chap^ells visited this
section on Sunday, making the trip
in Mr. Adams' car.?Saluda Standard.
3fr. Roy <Anderson was called to
dewberry yesterday to the bedside of
3ns brother, Mr. Paul Anderson, who
is qnite sick. Mr. H. A. Anderson
returned from Newberry yesterday
"where he visited his brother.?1Greenwood
TARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT
This is the season for school closings.
.dewberry is dry ail right?speaking
of the weather.
Irish jokes aie sometimes a little
The banks will all be closed Mejuiorial
Day May 10th.
See Helen Gibson ia "A Race for
JLife" at the Opera House today. '
Be' sure to see John Junior in "A
Ala .'s Work," at the Opera House to,
There will be a practical demontration
of rope making at the Newberry
Hardware store on Saturday.
The graia- crop is going -to be very
.short if there is not some rain in the
;next few days.
Talk about an eye opener, but if
, you want to see a mouth opener, it's a
The Calvin Crozier chapter will
- tceet with Miss Sara Houseal Saturtia
y afternoon, May 6th at 4:30.
Clarence Wallace, the lord high,
mayor of Jalapa, now rides about
the streets of his city in a Ford.
The Herald and News is prepared
-now to handle all your good news
^promptly. Send it along and we will
Big cities on the Newberry Hotel
rAo-iatPr WAdnesriav wpre Harrisburz.
Atlanta, Boston, Whitmire and New
The Woman's Missionary society
of Central Methodist church will meet
Monday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at
The editor thanks Prof. B. M. Setzler
for an Invitation to the closing
exercises of the Fomaria school and
If nothing prevents we will be there.
The office of county treasurer must
toe the capital prize an- the political
nnnc.h board as a lot of feHorws are
punching at it,
lilr. L. I. Feagle who has been in a
hospital in Columbia for some time
bad a second operation on Monday
and was not doing bo well on Wednesday.
The Woman's Home and Foreign
Missionary society of the Lutheran
Church of <he Redeemer will meet at
the parsonage Monday afternoon at
\ ' \
| 5 o'clock.
j Newberry camp. No. ."42, Woodmen
of ihe World, will meet Monday night,
May S. to organize the uniform rank.
Every member is urged to be present
at b o'clock.
There is talk of the two railroads
i getti. g together and building a nice
j steel bridge over the roads on Bound;
ary street. That is what they should
! do. That old wooden structure has
j disgraced the place long enough.
Mr. Paul Anderson who has been
! quite ill for the past several days
| was taken to the hospital in Colum|
b:a on Tuesday night. His many
| friends in Newberry hope that he will
j soon be well again.
And then the roads might agree to
! build that viaduct just above Main
! street and open -Harrington street un'
der the tracks so that the traveler
irom west fc-na couia come 10 town
j on that side and avoid a grade cros|
Summers garage has sold cars asj
(follows during the week: G. E.'
Bowers Little Mountain Maxwell I
! touring car; John M. Kinard New'
berry .Maxwell touring car; B. P.
Hawkins Prosperity Oakland Six; P.
X. Boozer Vauglinville Oakland Six.
| In speaking of the appointment of
1 Mr. i. H. Hunt as a member of the
: Doara of concinaiion me jrieumuuL j
says: "He is in every way worthy of
being chosen to serve with Messrs.
Law and Davis in carrying on the
1 great work that South Carolina has
! entrusted to the board of arbitration
1 and conciliation. " And he is.
The picnic and speaking at Jolly \
Street today will draw a large crowd, j
-T here are those who are going from j
Chappells and other places from afar, j
| Gov. Blease and Mr. Fred H. Domi--'
nick will epeak. The exercises by the]
| children of the school have been call- j
ed off, but the picnic dinner will be
' The Luther League of St. Phillips
Lutheran church will hold a meeticg
at the church next Sunday beginning
at 10 o'clock. An address will be delivered
by Dr. G j. B. Cromer. Mrs.
Duckworth will speak either in the
morning or afternoon. There will be
other speakers and dinner will bej
| served on the grounds. The public is
The Girl and the Game, which has
1 been ru-nning at the Arcade during
' the past 15 weeks, came to a close
' Wednesday night. It was a thriller
' from start to finish. The only shortI
coming about the story was the death
' of the villian Seagrue without Helen's
finding out his perfidy. The play attracted
wide spread attention- and in|
terest, one little baby girl at the
Oakland mill village being named for
1 the heroine of the * story, Helen
| Holmes, A pretty name all right.
Lonnie Reese, the barber who has
been in Harvey Reese s shop for, several
years and who is a nephew of
Harvey, died suddenly on Tuesday
! morning. Lo.:nie was a goci barber and
' best of all he was always polite and
! courteous and pleasant. He had been j
| in bad health for the past year. His j
! body was taken to Charleston for
: burial. We regret his death and shall
' miss him.
The Chautauqua closed last night j
j and it is no exaggeration nor an at-1
temot to boost when we sav that from
j the \iewpoint of interest and attend|
ance it surpassed the most eanguue
j expectations. The large tent with a
! seating capacity of 1300 was crowded
! at every performance. It is a safe
estimate that during the seven days
entertainment there were at least 15,000
! Mr. (Bill Smith and his father a:d
; mother, Mr. and Mrs. J: W. Smith of
| Kinards, accompanied by Dr. T. H.
i _ ^
| Pope went to Charleston on Tuesday
for consultation with Dr. Robert Wilson.
Mr, J. W. Smith has not been
well for some time and he desired
to have Dr. Wilson examine him.
There is no finer gentleman or better
physician in South Carolira than
,Dr. Robert Wilson.
iA. weather prophet ia- Newberry
says he does not expect any rain before
the end of the present dry spell.
It is the custom in the north and
I west and perhaps in large cities of
jthe south, for an audience to rise to
j its feet when a band plays "The Star
j Spangled Banner." 'The Xewberry
Chautauqua audience knew this but
the larger portion forgot It when the
"White Hussars struck up the .national
hymn the other night
Wlhat's the reporter to do for news
;when the undertakers tell him that
j nobody is dead, the preachers tell
t him they have performed no marriage
ceremonies, the sheriff has made .no
(arrests, the magistrate court reports
/innnnap >i o
| HAJVlLlLLg UUlUg, U1C vvi wiivi uao uvi.u
I ing else to bold an inquest over but
a swatted fly, the garages have made
no auto sales, the fire department has
no calls since the fire insurance com.
panies left the State, and even the
, weather bureau seems to have turned
j against us for it wont send any rain
for us to comment upon.
f BAYNES, THE BIK!> 31AN
OKUAMZES iiHn> CU B
Ernest Harold Baynes, noted bird
man of America, who lectured at tne :
Chautauqua and presented the beauti- j
ful bird masque, organized a bird
-1 " ^\ . v. t _ i -\r T.~: , i
chid ror .\ewucii*. .m. .jumi _u. xyi..ard
was elected president, Mr. Julius'
Boozer, vice president, and Mr. F. X.
Martin secretary and treasurer.
Mr. Baynes met with the officers of'
the club and the teachers of Bound- j
ary street school and talked itb i
them of the best plans for furthering!
the interest already begun bv the
Audubon society at the Boundary J
street school in the study, care and
preservation of our useful birds.
The bird masque was very beautiful i
and developed in an impressive way:
the necessity for the cooperation of
all in the conservation of birds. The
following pupils of the schools took
part in the masque:
Gold Finch?Boyd Wheeler, Lula
Mae Fellers. Rosa Turpin Tarrant,
Olive Burns, Gladys Williams, Edith
Black Birds?Margaret KLiard,
Maud Hamilton-, Claire Sligh, Bettie
Ho rmc? PlonHio WliDftlar* TrAVAl1/\
x-iaxuio, V/* a. v* va x t* 11 uv/tigi, jl i UACilC
Grosbeak?Irene Hamilton, Azile
Whitaker, Caroline Weeks, Ben Etta
Buzhardt, Dorothy Denning, Elizabeth
Scarlet Tanager?Marguerite Burns,
Carolyn Tarrant, Carolyn Epps, Elizabeth
McFall, Essie Robinson, Edna
T>1 T TT .J -?-? I - '
imue jays?naipn naraeman, n,ane 1
Summer, Paul Denning, William;
Batham, Louis Bx'.ham, James Boyl-'
aew and second hand, catfh or credit
H. 0. Stone, Newberry, S. C.
FOR EXCHANGE?A sound, gentle,
seven hundred pound horse for a
Ford automobile. Address box 203,
FOR SALE?One 6 H. P. Gasoline Engine
at a bargain. Apply to C. F.
WANTED?We will buy or exchangei
ri.ii CI??J i:t *]r?J if 1-*
^unun oeeu uuui uMLonuay, ina.j act i
at $2.00 per cwt. Little Mountain!
Oil Mill and Fertilizer Co.
POTATO PLANTS for sale. $1.50 per
thousand delivered at Prosperity
and Newberry. Prompt delivery
guaranteed. Write or call at Will
Kinarcis store. Prosperity. J. By
BUY Ballards Obelisk and Table j
Talk Flour and get valuable cou-j
pons. The best flours and reasonable
prices. Satisfaction guaranteed
or money refunded. -Summer
DOCTOR MELDAU?Specialist in
Genito-Urinary acd rectal diseases;
also morphine and other drug habits.
Office over 'Observer. Honrs:
11 to 1 p. m? 4 to 7 p. m.
FOR RENT?The store building 1208
Caldwell street, recently occupied
by Ewart-Perry Co., from May 1,
1916 to December 31, 1916. Apply
to Dr. W. G. Houseal for terms.
Sarah W. Houseal.
FOR SALE?'Eggs for hatching from
WiUiUUgilUitu u?**v - .
Rocks. $1.50 per 15. Satisfaction!
guaranteed. Pure Brabham Peas,
$1.75 per bushel. R. D. Smith and
Son, fViliolesale Grocers, Newberry,
S. C.f Phone 88.
FOR SALE?One Red Poll bull four
years old registered. J. P. Fellers,
I Prosperity, S. C-, Phone 3003.
i > i i ii 1111 _ _
| NOTICE?<My Black Kentucky Jack is
now ready for service at my residence,
3 1-2 miles below Prosperity.
Insurance fee, $12. John S. Watt3.
FOR SALE?200 bushels bfg boll King
cotton seed at One Dollar per bushel.
J. S. DominicJ^ Chappells. S. C.
FOR SALE?Hire big boti Cleveland
cotton seed, -per bufl&el, $1.00. Also
fodder and lumber.^J. A. Shealy.
Newberry, R. F. D. 2, phone 5S0i
MONEY TO LEWD?Aippl& to Mower
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This marvellous in
reproduces the playin
ana organists by mea
that are actual repm
Amoung the selections on
Sextette from Lucia
\T n 1 n a ri /\ O nv\ /i A 1*4
v aioc uc t
Blue Danube Waltzes
Toreador's Song from Cai
Kamennoi Ostrow "...
Evening Star from Thanh;
Invitation to the Dance ......
'Shepherd's Dream _
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Memories ox v ersames
These in addition i
and popular numbers.
TL ?_ f _ 1_ -1!
Genuine PALM ]
and blues, and big ass<
and pinchecks. Sbrunt
THE SOUTH'S MOST
Write for catalog and price i
COLUMBIA, S C.
I PAT CASH.
Hens, per pound, 12 cents.
Chickens 1 1-2 lbs or less, ?8e.
Eggs, per dozen, 15 cents.
Roosters, per pound, 6 cents.
JAMES D. QUATTLEBAOM,
Prosperity, S. C.
I Dr. F. C. Martin <|
I Examines Eyes, Fits Glasses:;
tad Artificial Eyes. I
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If your eyes are giving you;;
trouble don't fail to consult him. J;
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% Satisfaction uuanuiieca. ?
? Office ovet Anderson's Dryf
I t Goods Store. ?
g of famous pianists
ns of master records
ductions of the ar
Friday's and Saturday's
Carrie Jacobs Bond
\o many other classics
, U.S. ^TtHTQrr,gc ?
TVtP fi^MUME CLOTH
BEACH Suits in dark h
ortment of light in plaii
l and re-shrunk. Prices Rig
,fi A\ ,
ie Store of Satisfactic
Tiff 1 V
in a a
The car th?
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Opera House ' |
?A MA3FS WORK"
! Featuring: John Junior, Elizabeth
Barbrige and John Cossar
<-A BAC~ >B LIFE" ^
"Hazards of Helen'' Scries, Featuring
Helen Gibson and JRofcjn
SATURDAY 6th J
?A GRIP OF GOLD*' k J
' 2-part Biograpli
Featuring Claire McDowell and Ivan ifl
Featuring E. K. Lincoln Ethel Clay- I
ton and Helen lVeir
fcSELIG TRlrfUSE >V. 21*
"THE REGENERATION OF JIJI
Featuring Bessie Efton and Thomas
?KA3f AGREES WITH SHER9LUF*
Featuring Lloyd Hamilton and Bud
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Imitations! ^ fill
mcy patterns in grays H
a colors, fancy stripes
fht. Come and see them. 9
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