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PCRELY PERSONAL
fbe Movements of ip.any People, New*
berrians, and Those Who Visit
Newberry.
Mr. Frank Ewart and Mr. Roy Can-;
ncn spent Su- .day in Camden.
Rev. J. D. Kinard of Gren'wood was!
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a visitor to Newberry last Friday.
Prof. Curtis Fellers has returned
from Newberry. He visited his brother,
Mr. Holland Fellers.?Record.
D. D. Darby of Newberry visited his
uncle, L. S. Darby, last Sunday.
Olympia cor. The State.
Mrs. W. H. Eddy and . Mrs. John
Baker of Newberry have ' returned
home.?-Record.
Dr. .Stuck of .Newberry spent last
week-end in town.?Williamston cor.
Greenville News.
Rev. J. M. Fridy and family went
to Newberry this afternoon in his
new Ford.?IWhitmire Gazette.
The Rev. ?S. P, Koon and family of
Silverstreet spent Monday and Tuesday
here.?Chapin cor. The State.
Mrs. Herbert Ehrhardt and children
of Ehrhardt, ,S. C.t are visiting
her mother, Mrs. Alma Taylor.
Miss Julia Kibler is spending the
vacation with-her parents, Di. and
- \?rs .T t\T Kihler
Banner.
Prof. S. J. Derrick of Newberry
, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
D. F. Efird near Lexington.?Lexington
cor. The State.
Mrs. Alan Johnsone, Jr., has returned
from Newberry, where 6he
spent a few days with relativesRecord.
\
W. T. Darby, after spending a week
'With his brother, L. S. Darby, has
gone to bis home in Newberry.?RecOTdfs.
Misses Ruth and Luciie Wilkinson
who have been teaching in Js'ewherry
bave returned home for the summer
months.?Greenwood Journal.
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}?rs. Maria Alien 01 vnappeiis is
- visiting her grand sods, Messrs. R4 L.
<and Walter Beasley.?Algary cor.
Greenwood Index.
Miss Jennie Morris of Columbia
college was the week-end guest of
Miss Mary Est a Williams.?Chapin
Cor. The State. - . ' ,
Miss Mary Frances Pool went over
to Atlanta last Friday and was a a
interested attendant at -grand opera
Gn Saturday.?Abbeville Press and
ftlrs. R. T. Caldwell has goce to Columbia
to attend the music recital of
her daughter, Carolyn, at Cfoicota
college for women..
Rev. John W. Speake, -pastor of St.
John's, i6 spending a month with his
mother at Kinards. He is gradually
getting better, but will not resume
his work for some weeks yet.?!
Southern Christian Advocate.
An automobile party, consisting of
Misses Mary Hart, Kathleen Griffin, j
Julia Pinckney and Dr. Stuck and
McSwain Mahon spent Sunday after-j
noon in Anderson.?Williamston cor. J
Greenville News.
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.Messrs. G. B. Summer, A. M. Summer,
B. C. tMatthews, W. E. Pelham |
and iT. K. Johnstone motored to Charlotte
to hear President Wilson on
v Saturday. Thev traveled in Mr. Summer's
car and made, the trip with no J
accident or "break. They left New- j
berry Friday afternoon at - 5 o'clock
and went via Columbia spending the
night in Rock (HSU. The return trip
was made via Spartanburg and Lauri
ens. Leaving Charlotte about 4
o'clock in the afternoon thev reached
;
pp Newberry during the evening.
.
? VARIOUS VSD Al t aKOIT
We told 'em at Prosperity Sundav .
that it would rain Sunday :Usht.
Dont* fail to see "The Unpardon
able Sin' at the Opera House today.
It is so dry that even dry jokes
are withering.
Mr. S. J. D. Price is announced as '
a candidate for magistrate from nam-'
her 2 township.
!
There were close to a thousand
people at the Old Folks reunion it'
Prosperity last Sunday.
Gov. Manning made an excellent address
to the old folks Sunday after
noon at Prosperity.
World Film Corporation present
Holbrook Blinn in "The Unpardonable
Sin" at the Opera House today.
On account of the dry -weather
farming is at a standstill?nothing
doing on the farm now until it rains. |
Hurry up you commissioners of!
public works and give us that other
artesian well. iWe need water.
Tlie commissioners of public works
- . \
have contracted to ha?e a new well
bored fcr the tow... The work is to
begin this week.
Another young fellow attending the
Old Folks exercises at Prosperity
Sunday was Mr. Adam Monts who is
only S3 years young.
On Wednesday afternoon Mr. Carey
' X. Booth and Miss Pluma E. Reynolds
were married by the Rev. . W.
Stone.
The Junior-Senior banquet at hotel
Savoy Friday night was an enjoyable
affair as are all of these annual occasions.
Mrs. E. J. McClinktock has suffered
! a stroke of paralysis and is critically
ill at the home her- sister at Due
West.
There was a young, man at the Old
Folks meeting in Prosperity last Sunday
whose age is 97 years?Mr.
Jacob Shealy.
There were showers of rain o i
Sunday night and the signs for rain
yesterday wer good. It looks that
the dry spell is broken.
'The Little 'Mountain school commencement
is in progress this week.
[ Xext Sunday begins the commencement
at Prosperity high school.
There will be a meeting of the
Parent-Teachers association of Boundary
street school Wednesday afternoon
at 5:30 o'clock.
June the first is the date for "The
Strange Case of iMary Page" at the
Opera House. You don't want to miss
IUCOC piVCVAA O.
The Ladies Aid society of the
Church of -the Redeemer will meet
Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock with
Mrs. G. E. Dominick in (College
street.
Mr. W. L. 'Martia who is engaged
! with the Fridy Motor company will
move his family from Greenville to
Newberry and will occupy the. Johnson
house in Harrington street next
door: to Mrs. A. T. Brown.
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Mr. James C. Kicard made a ringing
address to the young people's society
of the Church of the Redeemer
Sunday night preceding: the regular
services. .
1
v.
It is said that there will be a game
of ball next Tues day afternoon between
. Xewberry high school and the
Jalapa school on the grounds of the
latter.
Three days next month the people
of Newberry will have the opportunity
of seeing, for 25 cects, "The Battle
Cry of Peace," which is to be repeated
at the Opera House. The
dates have been arranged for June 12,
16 ana 11.
Friends and neighbors of Mr. W. B.
'Boinest are urging him to make th?
race for the house of represntatives.
Mr. Boinest, it is said, has not con- j
sented to run but his friends are
placing his name in nomination with
the hope that he will r.ot decline to
make the race.
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The fat-lean ball- players will play
an all star game on the college
grounds Tuesday afternoon at the
usual hour. This will be an opportunity
for you to see the stars fallen
the day time. Better wear three or
four strong leather belts around your
sides if you attend this game.
/The school closing exercises at
Jalapa Thursday night was a grand j
success in spite of the threatening
weather. The teachers, Misses Winn
and Wallace, deserve a great deal of
*
praise for the showing made during
the session just closed and especially
for the excellent program last Thursday
night.
There rrac: a HvaIv hall 7asf
Saturday morning on the Jalapa
school grounds between t^e Bush
River school team and the Kinards
school team. iThe score was 1 to 6
in favor of Bush River. In.the afternoon
a game was played on the same
grounds between Jalapa and Caldwell.
(At the close of the ninth inking
the game stood 7 to 7?a tie.
There was a small blaze in Mr. B.
A. Havird's barn back of his stables
Saturday afternoon. iThe fire alarm
was sounded but the fire was put out
before the fire department got there.
For one time, be it said to the credit
of the people of Newberry, there was
no rush of automobiles?in fact there
were only two and they soon got
lonesome and quietly slipped away. J
The hndv r?f ;\fr Paid well Fant ar- !
""" J ~*- ? j
rived in Newberry Saturday after- j
noon at 3:20 o'clock and "was carried!
immediately to Rosemont cemetery ,
and interred, the Rev. F. E. Dibble
conducting the funeral services. Mr.!
Fant died last Wednesday of blood i
poisoning caused from a slight wound '
made by a nail in his hand in Harrisburg,
Pa. The pall bearers were
Messrs. James N. McCaaghrin, Robt.
)
McC. Holmes. Haskell Wright. Metts j
Fant. Dr. C. L>. Weeks, and Frank R. i
Hunter.
Talk about tables groaning under
the burden of good things to eat, if;
this were literally true, the old "wild ;cat"
fire whistle we use to have i:i j *
Newberry, would be a mere katy-did j ,
compared with the waili.:g the old
p - 11 ? 4 " ^ 1 A " ? 1 *-1 Un t?/\ /\ w i f _
IOiKS dinner lauie h uuiu iia?c cujh- j
ted last Sunday at Prosperity. The,
reporter got his clamps on a liberal
sized piece of country raised ham
that he wouldn't ha?e given up, even j
if the terrible Villa had appeared on |
the sce.'.e and demanded it. Oh gee, j
that good old sweet ham? Say, read-!,
er, can't you taste it? Happy recollection,
remain thou with us forever.
| Pauline Frederick in "AUDItl," a,
>'ew Paramount Plan, Leslie's
Theatre Friday, May 26.
| Dr. F. C. Martin I
I Examines Eyes, Fits Glasses ?
I and Artificial Eyes. | f
^If your eyes are giving '}
f trouble don't fail to consult firm 4 i
riiiar!in}p#irt. 1 I
uaiuiavuvu ^?h?m f
Office ove/ Anderson's DryJ
^Goods Store. J;
' THE BATTLE TRY OF PE^GE*
coming. .
STIEFF ;
THE SOUTH'S MOST j
POPULAR
PIANOi
Write for catalog and price :|
list |
Box 165, i
COLUMBIA, S C.
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"THE BATTLE CRY OF PEACE"!
com ill}?.
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SPECIAL NOTIGES
HAKLEY - DAVIDSON motorcycle^ |
hew ?hd second hand, cash or credit i
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H. 0. Stone. Newberry, S. C.
Jl'LY 4?'The Civic Association of
Pomaria will give a barbecue at
I
I Pomaria on July 4 for the benefit of
; the school. Mrs. T. A. .Setzier,
! President.
| 5-19-td.
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i VULCANIZING?Let us vulcanize,
! vour tubes and care for your cas-:
1 1
ings. We return tubes tested and J
ready far use within twenty rain- I
utes. Summer's Garage.
1
i BARBECUE at St. Pauls?Under the
j auspices af the ladies of the St.
Pauls Lutheran church, a barbecue
will be served at the church
grounds on July 14. The dinner will
be cooked by that famous cueist J.
D. H. Kibler.
5-23-tf.
DR. W. E. PELHAj\f, JR., office hours
* 3 x _ f.OA X ~ n.O A
nave oeen cnangea to o.ov iu j.ou
a. m.; 12 to 1 p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m.
5-23-ltp.
DIXIE STAMP & STATIONERY
i
COMPANY. Columbia. S. C. Office
and bank supplies. Manufacturers
of rubber stamps, seals, etc.. quality
and service. Prompt attention
to mail orders.
i-19-tf.
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WANTED?Industrious men who can J
ao rn at loQct ? 1 A A ncir- rvi ontli 9 n f 1 !
vai U (A l 1VUCL yiUV UiVXitii
expenses retailing Rawleigh Pro-J
ducts to farmers. Must have, means |
I
for starting expenses and furnish
contract signed by two responsible
men. For full particulars write,
telephone, or call on A. M. Wilson,
Newberry, S. C. j
5-117t.
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FOR SALE?Periwinkle plants and
Red Sage or Fairy Plants. Mrs. R.
P. Franklin, West End.
>-16-tf.
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FOR SALE?1 Registered Aberdeen
Angus bull about one year old, 1 j
PALM]
Genuine PA
every week. Ne?
and blues and bij
light colors. Shr
GET TH1
m
I This label appears
in every suit
L. M
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"The S
.y . ~ "
Mail Orders hilled
CALDWELI
Nine More Big
We advertise
buying public som
Those who visited
satisfied, we want
fore they are pick
New Mulls 1(
-
New assortment tig
stripes Mulls, make d;
ses, special till June
10c yard.
Our Greatest Wa
Big counter waists
Organdies, Silks, Voile
prettily trimmed, sizes
bust, values up to $2.0
nnlu Qr^f_
Mid Summer M
Sale
New shapes, new flo
trimmings, new ribbon
ceived, priced special
selling. Visit our mill
tion. Let your hat cc
us and it will be a "liti
ent." 'We are leaders
head gear.
CALDWE
1216-20 Main St. The\
Ladies' Re
beef steer. 12 grade Duroc Jersey j
pigs. E. 0. Counts. Prosperity, S .
C\, Phone 27.
5-16-4ip.
DRINK MINT-COLA, made of purest'
material and put up in most sani- \
tary surroundings. 5-9-St. |
BUY Ballards Obelisk and Table
Talk Flour and get valuable cou-!
pons. The best flours and reasonable
prices. Satisfaction guaran-*
teed or money refunded Summer
D1US. V*U.
4-25-tf.
MONEY TO LEND?Apply 10 Mower
& Bynum.
4-14-tf.
WE PAY CASH FOR
Henu \ 12c j
Friers up to 11-2 pounds 20c
Roosters (Jc
Eggs, dozen 15c j
Miller Bros, Prosperity
REACH!
LM BEACH suits.
?t patterns in plain .
% assortment of fai
unk and Re-shrunfc
E GENUIN
- RCOHTfKEtt U.i ?*TfNTOrf|Cf .
THE GENUINE CLOTH
ftro. wr sooqmjl mnicu w?
OR
Jtore of Satisfa
t Pronptly
I HAM
[ Days of Unmat
d last week that we
ie unmatchable value
us were convinced,
you to come see the
ed over.
)c Yd Dre:
A specie
urea and such excer
linty dres- in attracti1
1st only les and pa
hams and
to 50 bust.
ist Sale ors 95c.
made of New Ship
:s, etc., all Ladies S
> 36 to 46 beautiful
A C ^ I TTO lua |-A*' '
ror spc. *
_ New S
i?ine?y fa?Nc7chec
, * gettes in a!
wers,new cial 95c ya
. Come to
ls, just re- store as
for quick Make our
linery sec- nlace?vou
me from cr 777T
tie differ- Nfw.Wh
in ladies' . 5 P1^65
ing, full ya
cial 25c ya
LL & HALTIV
Vooltex Store The Ladies
ady to wear, Dry Goo ds and 1
t
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Opera House
PROGRAMME
MONDAY, MAY 22 nd
"A VOICE I> THE
Helen Greene
3-part Lubin
"TRILBY'S LOVE DISASTERS
Selig Comedy
Tl tvn 4 V WtV ?Wr^
lltcjl/.ll) JL -VI u
World Film Corporation
Present
HOLBROOK BLI?
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^THE U> PARDONABLE SI5?
5-parts
"THE DIXIE WINDER"
Joyce Fair and Earnest Manpain
2-part Essanay ^
WEDNESDAY, MAY 24th v
-THE HOME BREAKERS"
Fred Whitman and Margaret Landis
3-part Knickerbocker
"ALMOST A HEROINE" *
Rose Melville, as Sis Hopkins and ? ""
Henry Mnrdock
Kalem Comedy \
SUITS! I
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Beware of 9 '
imitations! I ^
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Phone 40 ,
Iff ANGER f
Ill 17 1
cnaDie values
were giving the
is in merchandise, v.
but we are not many
values bei
sses "For the Home" 95c
il price for dresses of
m > ? _ ?
>tionai quality, made
ve assortment of styittems
in best Ging- ?
Percale, all sizes, 36 ,
, Light and dark colment
of Silk Hosiery
>ilk hose in all colors,
quality and a good
50c the pair.
lilks and Georgettes
ks in fancy stripes,
-L-q nlains. flpnr
f ~y ?
II shades, priced speird
and up.
the "value giving"
often as you can.
store your meeting
r shopping place.
ite Skirting Cloth
novelty white skirtrd
wide, priced speird.
t v A ^ V 1^^^
VAINlifcK
Store Newberry.S. C. il
Viillinery \ j
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