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PL'REJLY PEKSOSAL
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ihe Moveaj 'uts of iv.any People, >'ew- j
berrians, and Tliose >Ylio Visit
>ewDerry.
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Miss Cleo Aull spent the week-end
w itii leiatives in Poinaria.
Mr. H. P. Baker of Newberry is in
me Ciiy louay.?ureeuwuuu juuiuai. I
Mr. Pink Smith of Kinards was in :
ihe city one day last week.
Misses Rosalee and Jessie Shealy
of Leesville visited their brother, Mr.
'(.'line Shealy of Newberry college.
Mr. J110. P. Derrick of Chapin visited
his brother, Sara, at Newberry
college.
Miss Louise Counts spent Sunday
with her sister, Mrs. J no. Baker of
tfte county.
Mr. Walter Richardson of Pomaria
s^aid The Herald and News a pleasant
visit yesterday.
I Mrs. W. F. JvYfright of Charlotte is
visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. T.
W. Smith.
.Misses Lucy a;:d Annie Wheeler are
spending the week-end with relatives
at. Prosperity.?The State.
Rev. J. D. Kinard has gone to
Newberry to spend the week-end?
Greenwood Journal.
Chief Constable Sam M. Duncan
suent the week-e^d in Newberry with
his family.
Oscar Peterson and Miss Eunice
Abrams spent Sunday in Cross Hill
visiting Miss Abrams grandmother,
Mrs. Walker.
Mr. Jas. L. Aull of Columbia visited
Mrs. Aull a few days last week.
'.Mrs. Aull is on a visit to her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davidson.
'Mr. M. E. Gambrell of Calhoun
Falls has arrived in Newberry and
will take the place vacated by Mr. W.
;L. Griffin with the Metropolitan Life
.Insurance Co.
Mr. George Ruff spent Sunday in
Winnsboro. Winnsboro wins the
hearts c^f a lot of our ^ewoerry dojs
of late. It is easy to guess the reason.
IV r. M. H. Folk and family motored
to Columbia on Sunday to see their
son, Henry, who is in the hospital at
"Columbia. They found him doing
well.
'Mrs. I. H. Hunt and Mrs. R. Herman
Wright of Newberry and ?Mrs. C.
T\ Wyche of Prosperity will attend
3fce Itectefatioa of Women's clubs
which aifcets in Anderson this wee}:.
Misses Adele and Josephine Dun- ?
bar are expected home the last of the
^reek hariiig nished the session in
the Blackrille State high school.
"They ha.e both been reelected for another
term.
Mr. and Mrs. James Milam left Sunstay
for Hock Hill where Mr. Milam
has accepted a responsible position
with the Anderson Motor Co. Mr.
Milsm has been with Summer's garaie
for several years and will be
missed.
^ Airs. Joseph '.Yiann who has been
visiting l:er daughter, Mrs. Price, m
j .'^xartanburg the past two weeks will
return to her home in Newberry Wed- |
nesday accompanied by her dau^ter,
Mrs. Summerfield a. d her children of
Baltimore.
?
Xt. C. E. Summer and Mr. Forest!
summer left Newberry by auto Saturday
afternoon about 6 o'clock for!
Chesterfield to visit Mr. and Mrs.
Hanna. They spent Saturday night
ia Columbia with Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
.Haltiwanger.
Mr. W. S. Grifiia who has represented
very acceptably the Metropoli-1
tan Life Insurance Co. in Newberry j
:.for the past tour years leaves tne iai-j
ter part of tiiis week for Elberton,
'Ga., where be and his family will
make tlieir home. Mrs. Griffin and
the children will remain in Newberry
v until the 1st of June.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT
The big May sale continues at Mim-naugh's
with abated interest.
Newberry defeated Clinton Friday
afternoon 7 to 1 on the local diamond.
Trinagle Plays start at the Arcade
Wednesday.
Better Babies contest has been post.
poned indefinitely on account of con
tagious diseases.
The schools are all closing and the
teachers and children will take a de
seined rest.
"Say Coal Price Must .Go Up."?
; Headline. The thing that frets us
now, is the price of ice.
The situation in Mexico is?well
iwho wants a situation in ^Mexico any^wxy?
M3ie O'Xeall school exhibition and
tj^kwic last Saturday was a grand af?fair
in 'every respect.
kc Win
JUS 6 J2*iViSC IVCCUCX W1 VIUSS uw?
&as accepted a position at R. H. lAnvderaon's
dry goods establishment
Mr. -Eugene S. Werts is~announced
as a candidate for reelection as auditor.
Mr. S. L. Fellere Is announced as a
?candidate for magistrate of No. 9
township.
,4fr. B. A. 1 rgston is announced
as a candidate for magistrate for Xos. j
i :i! <i s townships.
The Kings Daughters will meet!
Friday afternoon at ~> o'clock at the J
Baptist churcli.
fink Smiths laundry number has
stayed with him sii.ce he was a stu-s
(lent at Clemson College back in the
'ftrv- if :? 19-0
V\J2>. It Ifc JLOIO.
You have often heard of Tom, Dick,
and Harry. Have you ever seen these
together? The three were seen in the
postoffice lobby one night last week.
A foul ball at the Clinton-Xewberry j
ball game F/fatay afternoon smashed !
i windshield on a Buick six from
Clinton.
At the O'Xeall school exhibition last
Saturday two children of Mr. Luther
Boozer were each awarded a medal
for the best recitation.
Contractor Gus WHson the past
week completed and delivered to Mr.
Haskell Wright his fine new house in
East Main street.
The Ladies Aid society of the
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer J
will meet with Mrs. E. H. Kibler
Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Raymond Hitchcock and Douglas
Fairbanks are the stars in the first
Trinagle piav at the Arcade, Wednesday.
Fannie Ward, star of "The Cheat,"
will appear in "For the Defense," a
Paramount picture, Friday at the Arcade.
Better Babies contest has been indefinitely
postponed on account of
the measles and whooping cough
which seem to be prevailing among
the children at this time.
Mr. Abe Solomon offers one more
week of bargains to the Newberry
purchasing public. After this week ha
will pack up what is left over. Head
his announcement on another page.
The Ladies Aid society of Smyrna
church will have an ice cream festival
at the residence of Mr. G. L.
Clamp on Saturday from four to ten
o'clock.
'That was a great day at JollyStreet
Friday. Good speeches, good
crowd, good dinner, everybody in a
good junior. jThe Herald and News
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niu nave someiuing more to say
about it in Friday's paper.
The feature Qn Jttie program of the
Opera House, today will be Robert
Warwick, the popular World Film
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FROM REPORT T(
Showing Condition
Loans and Discoi
/\ 1 Cm
uverararts
U. S. Bonds
Stocks and Secur
Banking House
Redemption Fun<
Cash and Due fr<
n . l o. _l_
capital OCOCK
Surplus and Und
Circulation
Dividends Unpai<
Deposits
Rediscount with
B. C. MATTHEWS,
President
UNITED STATES
Sole Depository for U. 1
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star, in "The Supreme Sacrifice," a
five-reel photodrama of supreme interest.
When the rains come if we just
could make the application of the
split log drag we would have some j
fine roads, because the fine dust couM |
be easily spread out as soon as it is
well soaked.
SPECIAL MniGJfca.
TYDIVK" \TIiYT_/",nT A maHp nf nnrest
material and put up in most sanitary
surroundings. 5-9-8t.
FOE SALE?Lot of window fixtures.
Also fine snow cases, stove and
pipes and other fixtures dirt cheap.
Must be sold this week, at EwartPerry's
old stand. j
FOR SALE-?Clothing tables very
ohean. Must be sold this week, at j
Ewart-Perry's old stand.
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aj Choose
Your Gift
& With Care
THE gift is ever a
constant reminder
of the giver. How
important it is then
that your remembrance
to the graduate or bride
be a suitable selection.
Here you may find
dainty pieces for personal
adornment ?
In tialloMO1
UUV.UCl9f IA ??uihvj,
rings; cuff-buttons.
Or, there are articles
for home use?silver;
toilet sets, vases. We
also have a tplendid lot of
those timepieces of merit?
Elgin Watches.
Take time to atop in.
P. C. JEANS & COMPANY
Jewelers and Optometrists
^Kewberry, ^
1844
DENSED STATEM
OF
ial Bank of
rberry, South Caroli
) THE COMPTROLLER OF
at the Close of Busiiu
RESOURCES
mts ities
...
m m m m
i with U. S. Treas.
)m DanKs
LIABILITIES
ivided Profits
i - Federal
Reserve Ba
T. K. JOHNSTONE,
Cashier.
. STATE, COUNTY AND CI1
S. Postal Savings Deposits f<
a?d Greenwood.
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Opera House
PROGRAMME
.
TUESDAY, 31 AY Oth
World Film Corporation
Presents
ROBERT WARWICK
in
*THE SUPREME SACRIFICE*
5-parts
"JOYCE'S STRATEGY"
2-part Essanay
Featuring Joyce Fair, Lillian Drew,;
Darwin Karr and J*?ck Paul
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 10th
"THE GULF BETWEEN"
3-part Lubin
I Featuring Allan Forres! aud
Wolcott
'BBANED BY A BE AN.SHOOTER" |
Vitagraph Comedy
Featuring Charles Richnum, Arline j
FreTty iiiid Leo Deianey ;
THURSDAY, [MAY Htit
j "HISS WAR REX'S IS ROTH Kit*
3-part Vitagrapb
Featuring: Joseph Kilore and Arllne
Pretty
?A FLOCK OF SKELE TO\Sw
Kalem Sis Hopkins Comely
Featuring Rose Melvee us Sis Hopkins
j and Henry Murdoch
A >' >'OUXCE3T E>"TS.
FOR AUDITOR
Though a little disfigured I am still j
in the ring and I respectfully an- j
nounce my candidacy to the good peo- j
pie of Newberry county for REELECTION
to the office of county auditor.
If reelected I pledge to perform the
duties encumbent on me in a strictly
temperate, honorable and efficient
manner, and in a way that will conserve
the best interests of the whole
people of Newberry county. I am a
thoroughbred democrat and shall
abide the rules and regulations of
the democratic party.
Yours for faithful performance of
duty,
Eugene (Gene) S. Werts.
MAGISTRATE NO #
I am a candidate for magistrate of
No. 9 township and will ahide tne
rules of the democratic party.
S. L. FELLERS.
ENT
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Newberry
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THE CURRENCY
2ss May 1st, 1916.
$355,607.87
108.84
-102,000.00
- 9,682.48
- 10,000.00
-5,000.00
25,618,37
$508.017.56
$100,000.00
12,827.30
100,000.00
423.61
242,741.89
nk 52,024.76
$508,017.56
u t r a umiu
fit i.
Am:. Cashier.
rY DEPOSITORY
ar Newberry, Abbeville
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M V^STIUTE M?. 1 AM) 8
I announce myself a candidate for
the office of magistrate for Townships
Xos. lads and will abide the rules
and regulations of the Democratic
party.
, D. iA. LIVINGSTON.
LOST?In College street a lnckpt in
scribed M. A. S. Reward if returned j
to this office, I
5-9-It. j
When you want to s<
produced by the nu
ture world?go to
IFQHFQ
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A Feature Play E
WEDNESDA
FINE ARTS FILM C
Douglas Fair ban!
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A Griffith-Triangle
KEYSTONE FILMJ i
Raymond Hitchcock
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"MY V
A Scnnetl?Trianfl
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FRIDi
""ftrthe
V
Lasky produc
We open at 10:00 a. m
give every one an oppor
Triangle Plays.
All Old Veteians
Free ai
j Prices always 5
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MAX!
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The car tha
miles without
motor. Ask f
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lion. i nunc j
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Bachelor Maids.
There will be a meeting o? the
Bachelor Maids Tuesday afternoon at
4:30 at the residence of Mrs. J. N'AicCauglirin.
Bess Burton,
Secretary.
Death of a Little Child.
Th:? ntflp twn vear old chiid o? Mr.
I - ? - and
Mrs. B. M. Havird of Silvestreet
died last Thursday and was buried
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
ee "Reel" picture plays
ister directors of the pici
APPAM 'i
musni/Li
Ivery Other Day
Y MAY 10th
COMPANY Presents '
cs & Sierne Auen
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LAMB"
production in 5 acts
COMPANY Presents
ad Mabel Normand
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ALLI
Comedy in 3 act*
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ill MAY 12TH .
>unt PictureMVe?enU
imie Wad
rwAn.A?
&/Vi W1AOV
bon ir 5 Acts. j
,, Wednesday morning to M
hinity to see the Initial 1
will be admitted
H day. ?
and 10 Cents > *
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stopping the
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