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The Movements of ir.any People, New.;
berrians, and Those Who Visit
Dr. E. C. Connor of Greenwood
spent Sunday with Dr. 0. B. Mayer.
Mr. Andrew Dibble of Orangeburg
is visiting his son the Rev. F. E. Dibble.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wise of Prosperity
are attending the Birmingham
M. M. Buford of Newberry was a
visitor to Columbia yesterday.?The
Miss Geneva Thornton spent the
week-eiid with her parents at Xewterrv
.?Olympia cor. State.
W. T. Darby of Newberry is visiting
his brother, L. S. Darby, at 1120
Olympia avenue.?Olympia cor. State.
Prof. T. E. Keitt of Ciemsoii Collese
sDen: Sunday with his parents,
Prof, and iXrs. T. W. Keitt.
Mrs. 0. 5. Mayer of Newberry "has
returned home, after a short stay
with Mrs. E. S. Dreher.?(Columbia
Dr. D. M. Crososn ar.d family motored
over to Newberry recently for
one day only with his brother.?
T.eesville cor. Columbia Record.
Mr. Sam W. Lake of the 'Southern
Textile and Industrial school of
Spartanburg spent the week-end at
Jiis home in dewberry.
_ Mr. and 'N'ts. Abe Summerfield and?
children of Baltimore are visiting
Mrs. Summerfield's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe^rann in College street.
"Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ruff left Sat*
' ?a? n cnanH
uraay oigac xur nmuouuiv w
Sunday with lilrs.&Jf's mother, Mrs?
Miss Grace Hj^ghinson returned
Sunday from a visit to relatives and
friends at Greenville, Easley and Wiliiamston.
fW. D. Stillwell and family of Newberry
spent last Saturday and Sunday
with Mrs. Stillwell's brother,
George Alexander.?Olympia cor.
Mr. iW. L. Martin of Greenwood is
i;:ow with the Fridy Motor Co. assisting
Mr. Furman Donr^nick in the
Dr. E. E. Stuck and Mrs. A. T.
Brown motored to Gray Court Saturday
where they were joined by some
friends and then continued the trip to
Williamsta-.: where they spent Sunday
returning to Newberry Monday.
Mr. ani Mrs. C. A. Bowman left on
Saturday for Birmingham to attend
the Confederate reu-ion and to visit
their daughter, Mrs Walter. Mrs.
Bowman will spend seme time in Birmingham
before returning to Xew-j
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT
Hang the weather propnets. j
dewberry played Furman on the
local diarr.Diid Monday afternoon last.
'The seniors are finishing their fina,
courses at Newberry college.
See "As In a Looking Glass"' at the
Opera rtouse today; featuring Kitty
The following rames w^re omitted
from the roll of honor in the city
schools as published in the last issue:
Lola Taylor, Edgar Paysinger. j
ithe ?'7?\ tC. T. U. will meetj
with Mrs. Mary Wright Tuesday
afternoon at 4 o'clock. Mrs. E. E.
, Williamson will be the leader.
The moving pictures at the Opera
House today will be worth looking at.
You will see "As In a Looking Glass"
Kitty Gordon featured.
"As la a Looking Glass" will be
Che thing to see at the Opera House
today with Kitty Gordon as the feature
Hie Tranwood school will have a
rvionio. next Friday. May 20, in Mr.
Geo. A. Epting's pasture. The public
is cordially invited.
Newberry in a game with Clinton
Jast Friday got nearly all her pretty
tail feathers pulled out. The score
was 10 to 5 in favor of Clinton.
The last game of intercollegiate
ball for the season was played in
Newberry Monday afternoon between
Newberry and Furman.
The new electric fire alarm has
been installed in the tower of the
opera house near the fire bell. If
elevation is one of the requirements
this requirement has been fully met.
The long continued drouth has
ruined the grain crops and early gardens
and unless it rains soon there
will be no coton blooms throug this
tfhe loth of June.
. Tfce fioliaess people are conducting J
a tent meeting on the grounds formerly
occupied by the old Handle and
Shuttle factor) near the residence of
Postmaster W. A. Hill.
Miss Belle Williams, State secre-,
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tary of me Auauoon sucicu.?, nm 6i.v,
a free lecture Thursday afternoon at j
5 o'clock ia the auditorium of the;
high school building. Everybody in- j
terested in birds is invited to attend.
The proceeds from the motion pictures
at the Opera House Wednesday
will be devoted to the Edisto acadpmv
throneh the efforts of the Phil
J O athea
class of the First Baptist
church, of Newberry thanks to Manager
Henry B. Wells, who always
stands ready for such good works.
The jury in the J. D. Crooks case
against the Parr Shoals Power Co.
visited Mr. Crook's plantation last
Saturday about noon. One of the
jurors on his return looked as if he
had waded through Florida ever?
| The unearthly hour of 1 o'ciock a. j
m. 'Saturday was chosen for the sec- j
ond demonstration of the new electrie
fire alarm. The alarm was quite
alarming for those who heard it. If
any one failed to hear- it, it was his
own fault for the noise was there all
The school closing and picnic at
Hartford last Saturday was attended
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by the usual large crowa at iiies?
annual gatherings a very pleasant
day was pased off. Miss Bessie
Gryder principal ^nd Mrs. John D.
Nance assistant were the teachers
during the session just closed.
Court opened Thursday, Judge
I Wilson presiding. The court went
into the J. D. Crook's damage suit
against the Parr Shoals Power Co.
and the rest of the week was consumed
on this case and will be resumed
Monday morning. The case
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went to tne jury luuuua; miciuVVU?
Mr. P. ~F.'"Baxter put up the present
fire alarm bell in 1890. 'Now in 1916 j
?26 years later, he has just install-1
ed the electric fire alarm which the
town has on trial. May the said P. J
F. Baxter live long enough to install t
a new press-the-button fire alarm
system that cannot be heard by the
automobile fire fiend.
"Tke Battle Cry of Peace" will 'be 1
repeated here next month at the
Opera House. Id order to let this
thrilling moving picture production
be within the reach of the masses the
price of admission is to be reduced
I to 25 cents. The prediction is mat
the "house will overflow afternoon and
During the fire at Mr. Forest Lomi.:ack's
residence Thursday night the
company was using 24 sections of
hose which was more than half the
entire stock of hose. In case of two
fires in town at the same time and in
widely separated districts, disas!
trous results would certainly follow
i so limited a quantity of hose.
j * There are some Xewberrians who, 1
if ivo-ro ftpfiiinvincr rpcjprvpf] spats I
jM. M V,*V, I
with, cushions a foot thick, in a New
York theatre, with the privilege of
resting their feeto n the shoulders of
i the persons occupying the next seats
in front, and enjoying every other
advantage, including the' right to spit
o the floor, and a world-famous
show was in progress and right in
the midst of a climax, if the aforesaid
Newberrians should suddenly imagine
they heard the Newberry fire
alarm, they'd jump right out of their
seats, seize an automobile and speed j
up to ninety one million miles an
hour to reach Newberry, and to stand
and gaze with wide open mouths and
eyes as the firemen went through the
ancient and simple process of pouring
water on fire in order to extinguish
it. It must be a great old show
for some people.
The Philathea class of First Baptist
church wants to contribute towards
furnishing a room at Edisto
Academy and have secured Mr. wen s
picture show Wednesday afternoon
and night to raise funds for that purpose.
If you will go you will help
in a good cause, see a good picture
and hear good music. The music is
worth the price so don't let this opportunity
Death or inmHL
Marguerite the 16 months old daughter
of Mr. and (Mrs. John T. Cook
died Friday afternoon near Deadfall
and was, buried at Rosemont cemetery
Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock
Rev. Gofoe Smitli conducting the 'burial
Recital at the High School!
There will be a piano recital at
the high school Thursday night at
8:30 by pupils of Miss Bess Kibler.
The public is invited to attend.
Death of Mr. Bertlp' Epting.
Bertie Epting, son of .Mr. an 1 Mrs
L. I. Epting of the city died at the
home of his parents Saturday night
about midnight at the age of 26 years.
The remains were carried Monday
morning to 'St. Pauls where interment
was had at 11 o'clock.
T orlioe lot ite con<4
I^UVIIVC^ MW WVA?%?
you just enough of
our good IceCream
ifor your dinner today?a
quart, or half
gallon or gallon.
Price is small.
P. E. WAY, Druggist.
HARLEY - DAVIDSON motorcycle^
new and second hand, cash or credit
H. O. Stone, Newberry, S. C.
WANTED?Industrious men who can
earn at least $100 per month ana
expenses retailing Rawleigh Products
to farmers. Must bave means
for starting expenses and furnish
contract signed by two responsible
men. For full particulars write,
telephone, or call on A. M. Wilson,
Newberry, S. iC.
FOR SALE?Periwinkle plants and
Red Sage or Fairy Plants. Mrs. R.
"D -Cwonlrli** Tlfnof iTTnfl
X, T i auiLilU^ If vow XJUU.
FOR SALE?Two aprons for <McCormick
harvester used one year.
Model 1898 to 1901. Platform apron
and bottom elevator apron. S. D.
Sheppard, SiL'verstreet, R. F. D. r^o.
FO!R SALE?1 Registered Aberdeen
Angus bull about one year old, 1
beef steer, 12 grade Duroc Jersey
pigs. E. 0. Counts, Prosperity,. S.
C., Phone 27.
jf Uft aii-J-iH/?o year uiu vjuuiin^ iawed
horse. Perfectly sound and qualities
good, at low price. Apply: to
B. C. Matthews.
CA.NE SEED?At lowest prices. See
us for your needs. Summer Bros.
T1X CANS?We are now taking orders
for future ^ delivery from car.
Please let- us know how many you
will need and we 'will name you
prices. No matter what you are
offered we can save you money on
your needs. Don't delay as you
may have to pay more. See us now
and save money. Summer Bros. Co.
FOR SALE?40 bushels whippoorwill
peas. Good and sound, $1.25 per
bushel. D. L. Hamm, Silverstreet,
S. C. 5-9-2t.
DRINK MIiNT-COLA, made of purest
material and put up in most sanitary
BUY Ballard^ Obelisk and Table
Talk Flour and get valuable courp%1
n nyi CLA?,
POllS. A lie lllFUis auu i tojvuable
prices. Satisfaction guaran*
teed or money refunded Summer
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.
^ TIT XJ^rteaol
CsAl <tii TV. uvuova<<
NOTICE?My Black Kentucky Jack Is
now ready for service at my residence,
3 1-2 miles beiow Prosperity.
Insurance fee, $12. John S. Watts.
FOR SALE?2G0 bushel's big boll King
cotton seed at One Dollar per bushel
T OI T> n>iorvriAll9 a n.l
CI. J. O. iAmiluiVAt vuaffvx,
MONEY TO LEND?Apply 10 Mower
TUESDAY, MAY 16th
World Film Corporation
"AS IX A LOOKING GLASS*
ton n t T? i rrrv/i nnAv ci l H"? i TT H
tJrAAAxiiivr rnuin. BAHAII
Featuring Harry Dunkinson and
WEDNESDAY, MAY 17th
"THE WITCH OF THE MOUNTAINS"
Featuring Marguerite Nicholas, Gordon
Sackville and Richard
?WHF\ STWrVfiS fiA WRA\C?
Rose Melville as Sis Hopkins and
THURSDAY, MAY ISth
Featuring "William Humphrey, Rose
Tapley, iCarolyn Birch and
"THE FICKLE SPANIARD*
I Dr. F. C. Martin | !
Examines Eyes, Fits Glasses ?
and Artificial Eyes. ?
If your eyes are giving youj|
trouble don't fail to consult him?
Satisfaction Guaranteed. |
X Office over* Anderson's Dry?
? Goods Store. |ji
I*. i *1^1% ^ i^S A fls ^n^S j^| /fj\g%i^t/ ^ V^ki
Ownership of a r
Service. All other co.i
ly, Service is the eleme
When we assert
value, we base that stal
a service record that sts
Being a matter oi
fact: that a stock Max^
"rtA * 1 J-wr
ing 9uu mnes a uay iui
a motor stop-without i
miles per gallon of gas<
The World's Mo
uary, 1916, by a Maxw<
Facts outweigh <
must suggest a motor c
I than a mortgage agains
The prices, incli
Roadster, $(>39. une v.
Ask for d<
j. ; .
Death of Infant. f
The infant son. or Mr. X. T. Taylor !
died at his home near Deadfall Sun- ,
dav morning and was buried Monday j
iiiui mug iii li o iiut'K. nev DOUKiiigiu i
conducted the funeral services.
A Card of Thanks.
We take this, means of expressing
our most sincere thanks to the
friends, one and all, who showed so
much kirdness and sympathy during
the late illness and death of our dear
mother, Mrs. Mary Frances Williams.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our apprecia
tion and thanks to the people who
helped to save our household goods
and especially to thank the college
students and the firemen.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Lominack.
We know you
trimmings and st;
Come in and tr
An outing shape <
el for evening we
Miss Annie L
T ~ V.. .
f CL 1 U1
aotor car is but a means to 2
isiderations are of minor itr
int that actually determines
that Maxwell Motor Cars re
tement on concrete and inc
E vital consequence to you,
fell car conclusively proved
forty-four consecutive day
motor repairs or readjust!
tor Non-Stop Mileage Reco
dl Touring Car is authentic
a. It is not open to questio
>pinins. Knowing the fact
ar purchase that will be an
t, the future.
uding Full Equipment, ar<
Chassis, three other Body St
Newberry, S. C.
WE PAT CASH FOE |
Friers up to 11-2 pounds 1..20c
Eggs, dozen 15c
Miller Bros, Prosperity ^
I PAT CASH.
Hens, per pound, 32 ctnta.
Chickens 1 1-2 lbs or less, 20c,
Eggs, per dozen, IS cents. ^-*1J
Roosters, per pound, 6 cents.
JAMES D. QUATTLEBAFM,
Prosperity, S. C.
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will find shapes,
yles unusually aty
on a becoming
yt a dressy mod
Smith & Co.
in end--and that end is i
9 V# V/ ?
!pre#ent aa exceeding
iisputable evidence of
we again refer to this
I its worth by travels
and nights-without '
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ra, esiaoiisnea m jan:ated
by the American
ts,your own judgment
investment for, rather
?: Touring Car, $655;
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