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PCREJLY PERSONAL j
r the Movements of many People, Newberrians,
and Those Who Visit
Messrs. George and Adam Aull of
Pomaria were in the city 'Saturday.
Miss Ethel Jones is at bome for the
Little Misses Mary and Helen
^Talker are at Newberry on a visit
to relatives.?Edgefield Chronicle.
Mr. Jno. T. Lyles of Pomaria spent
tie week-er.d with relatives in the
OJr j. H. Harms of Newberry college
was a visitor to Florence yester- j
Will iW<ers of Newberry was the
guest of C. H. Martin last Sunday.?
O'ympia cor. The State.
Dr. George B. Cromer of Newberry
was reelected chairman of the Board
of Charities and Corrections.
tar. P. H. Anderson of Waterloo
is spending a few days with his sons,
Messrs. R. H. and P. E. (Anderson.
Wallace Prior of Anderson, Citadel
class '14, has teen elected principal
of Newberry high schools?The Abbeville
Miss Marietta Langford of Newberry
is the guest of Mass Ellen
^tfetheson at "Duncraig."?Pee Dee
Ruby Goggans was hostess to the
Comrades -club of (Newberry on last
Thursday afternoon.?Winthrop Weekly
iWbrkman and Miss Ethe
Workman of ^Chappells are guests of
t&e former's sister, Mrs. A. P. LOtt.?
The Johnson Times.
Miss Belle Cannon of Newberry is
visiting her sister, Mrs. A. W. At.
?Wtfliamston cor. Anderson
Mr. Tom Aimick of Afliicfc's Ferry,
Messrs. C. O. Amick sad Schaeffer
*9healy of Wyse's Titty, H*%re visitfiTa
harp Iftct iSaturdfltf
Miss iBesaJe Kibler of Newberry is
tin* gufest of her aufit, Sirs. R. L.
Eyer, it- Limestowe cotit9g?. Gfrfgney
cot. The State.
Miss Eupketaa iMoCSBntock is ia
City looM&Jr after the affairs of
$er mother" the late Mr$. Elizabeth J.
Mrs. J\ P. Shealy fcas called to
' Morristown, Tenn. to t^e bedside of
fcer brother, Mr, Tom Graham, who is
4 J 1 2)1
ifeesrs. Robert Counts, CliM Baster
atd Misses Benner and PoAifcker of
".the faculty of Summeriand college
.spent Sunday with friend^ at l?r?s,perity.?The
Dr. iW, E. BIcklev, a Newberrv
county boy, has just graduated in
^medicine in Baltimore and will toe
"tiome in a few days. He is the son
Of Mr. J. S. Bickley who lives about
two miles west of Helena.
Fred 'H. ?omaaick of Newberry is
Or. a ft O T? O ^ ?k frtT> ^nfl.
(tuiiuuukcu ao a. ^aumuaib mi wu
.gress from this district in this issue.
Mr. Dominick necently resigned as
assistant attorney general to make
:the race.?The Abbeville Medium.
Mrs. Jesse Lorick of Prosperity is
spending several days with Mrs. Jake
Geiger. Mrs. Lorick came down for
Columbia college commencement, her
daughter, Miss Jessie Lorick, being a
member of the senior class.?Newberry
cor. The State.
W. E. Monts of Prosperity, who has
been teaching at Parrott, Ga., passed
through Columbia yesterday, his
' sctool having closed early in the
week. Today he will go to Leesville,
"where his sister will complete a
course of studies at Summerland college.?The
Mrs. William Garl Summer left to*
day to join Mr. Summer at their plan- ]
' tatk>n near Newberry, where she will
^remain until the last of September.
Mrs. Summer was accompanied by
her mother, Mrs. W. H. Carter, who
will spend several weeks with her before
going to Virginia for the summer,
and by Miss Mary Lawson Link
of Abbeville, who has been spending
o short time with her and who will
be Tier guest for a month.?The Record.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT
The Holiness meeting in High point
-;goes on with unabated interest.
k Alan Johnstone is announced in
^ this issue for reelection to the senata
Hit Mr. Johnnie Dominick wag pardoned
by Gov. Manning last Thursday
of hnmp with his family.
I auu iw UL
The county executive committPs;
Rz:et in the court house Saturday a*,
BH "The Heart of Paula," featuring 1
Lenore Ulrich. produced by PallasParamou:.t.
Friday at the Arcade.
The second chapter of the mystery j
serial, "The Mysteries of Myra."
Thursday at the Arcade.
A get-together meeting is always
intorDsHnof T.pslip holds one every |
afternoon and night at the Arcade.
The holiness meeting which has
been in progress the past two weeks
in High point closed Sunday night.
There were two colored litigants
before Judge Player Saturday afternoon
in a case more complicated tha.1
a Swiss watch.
If you read this in time, and want
to see 'The Devil, the Servant and the
Man," go to the opera house tonight,
Don't forget to see the first episode
of "The Strange Case of Mary Page,''
to be shown at the Opera House every
The Ladies Aid society of the
Church of the Redeemer will meet I
Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock with
Mrs. Robt. T. Caldwell on Main
See the exquisite Cs'orma Talmade
in her greatest picture "The tfatue
Cry of Peace," at the Opera House
Jiu:e 12, 13, and 14.
There was a one horse load of
beautiful white onions on the street
Saturday afternoon?that is if an
onion can be thought of as being beautiful.
The children of today will be the
men and women of tomorrow. They
should se "The Battle Cry of Peace,"
at the Opera House June 12, 13 and
-Now 4f the street overseer will
only put some much needed and long
needed work on Friend street in front
of the express office lie will save
- -- ? ,
many a reuow a rouge jou.
Gfr. Joe Werts the street overseer
is doing some good work on Q>llege
street in front of the Savoy hotel
and on Caldwell street from iFVieod
street on up by the (Baptist church, j
"The Strange Case of Mary Page,"
which starts at the Opera House,
Thursday, June 1st, is not part of the
regular programme, but is an added
A. small isdustfial army ^of colored
men and boys armed with hoes and
rakes marched down Main street
Monday morning. They were going
up against Gen. Clover Seed.
Mr. Rufus Williams of this city
suffers a double bereavement in the
death, last Sunday, of his father-inlaw,
Mr. Ham Buzhardt and his
"brother* Mr. Luther Williams.
Carlyle Blackwell, the ifiquitable i
Film star, will make his aext appearance
at the Opera House today in a
picturoation of Samuel (Hopkins
Adams' noted American novel, "The
Hello, you college alumnus, of
course you are not going to stay away
from the alumni banquet next Tuesday
night. Let your luke farmers
reach the boiling point one time and j
see how it feels to be enthused.
There will be a lawn party for the
Sunbeams of the First Baptist church 1
in Mrs. Pool's pasture, on Friday afternoon
at o o'clock. All the Sun- '
beams and those recently promoted
Julia Dean, the noted American 1
actress, makes her first picture appearance
Wednesday at the Arcade <
in the Trinagle Kay-Bee production, 1
"Matrimony," also a two reel Key- '
stone with Ford Sterling. 1
The new (Standard warehouse being
erected in West Friend street ]
near the C. N. & L. depot is going J
right on up. It will be completed by 1
the 1st of July and will be quite an (
addition to that end of town. *
A. W. Logan a colored contractor
was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Wil- !
liam M. Dorroh at Whitmire Friday '
last and lodged in jail. The charge
against Logan is obtaining money 1
under false pretense. He was re- '
An V>r?nrl Qohirrlflr mnmin?
1CUOL.U VJJL W t.*. w -,- , ^
Carrie Lee the 18 months old ^
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cromer
died at the home of Mrs. Cromer't
father, Mr. John Lee on iMilligan
street Thursday afternoon at 1
o'clock and was buried in Rosemout ?
cemetery Friday afternoon at o
o'clock, Reverends Bouknight and I
Smith conducting the funeral ser- 1
Tuesday those two fine moving pic- <
ture favorites, Henry Walthall and <
Blanche Sweet, will be seen at the <
opera house in "Three Friends." And J
"The Clarion"' will also be put on. ^
Listen: "A high, powered motor, like ^
a juggernaut, whirls around the cor- j
ner and a lifeless body arouses in ^
Hal Surtaine (Carlyle Blackwell) a 1
mad desire to Sglit the people's fight." j
That is the beginning of the thrilling <i
story. See it ail. ?i
Col. .John F. Hobbs.
The many friends of Col. John F. j
Hobbs of New York will regret to
k. cw that ke will not be able to at- j
tend the commencement of Newberry i
college. He lias been a regular at-j
tendant upon the commencements of j
mnnnt voarQ oTiH i? an ardent friend
1 tvtui, VK* w _ .
of the college. He writes that his j
business engagements at this time are '
such that much to his regret he will 1
not be able to be present but that he
is arranging to attend the next commencement.
Meeting of U. D. C.
The Drayton Rutherford chapter, U.
D. C. will celebrate the birthday of
Jefferson Davis next Friday afternoon,
June 2, at 5 o'clock, at the residence
of Mrs. J. (H. West.
At the close of the exercises the
chapter and their guests will repair
to the village graveyard where a
marble marker will be dedicated to
the memory of some .unknowa Con
federate soldiers buried there.
W. 0. W. -Memorial Services.
Annual Memorial services of Newberry
Camp 'No. 542 will be held at
Rosemont cemetery on Sunday June
4th at 4 o'clock. All members of this
camp and (visiting sovereigns are requested
to met at Klettners 'Hall
Sunday at 3:30 p. m. All relatives
and friends who wish to send flowers
? *1 * ? 1 ~ < * ? a f/v ~LT1 A! f nnr'c
will pit2ii&& seuu stiixic iu ivicLiu^i
Hall on Sunday at 3:30. The public
is cordially invited^
F. H. Campsen,
Tuesday, May SOtli, being national
Memorial Day, the postoffice will observe
the following hours:
All departments will be open from
8 to 11 a. m.
City carriers will make one comnlAfo
rpfiidAftoA aj?d "business delivery.
R. F. D. windows will be open from
10 to 11 a. m.
Patrons are requested to note these
hours and transact all business before
the office closes.
W. A, Hill,
ANSWERS LAST BOLL CALL
Following close to Memorial Daj
another Confederate veteran and
member of James D. Nance camp has
answered the last roll call and all
that is mortal of M. Hamilton Buzhardt
is no more. . He was taken sud
ienly. ill at hi? residence near the
city on Friday morning and at 4:15
a. m. on Sunday passed peacefully
i^to the happy hunting grounds of
the great beyond.
Mr. Buzhardt was a private in
Company H Holcombe Legion, Captain
James M. Maffett and the record
in the Annals of Newberry states that,
he was "discharged at Poiut Lookout."
The name is recorded as Hamilton
Mr. Buzhardt would have been 75
years old in October next. He is survived
by his wife who was a Misi
Werts and two children by a former
marriage, Bluford IM". Buzhardt of the
county and Mrs. Rufus Williams of
the city. And one daughter by the
second marriage, Mrs. B. L. Bishop
^ho with lier husband lived with him.
Funeral service was held at the
residence at 1 o'clock on Monday and
interment immediately after at Colony
Lutheran church of which church
Mr. Buzhardt was a member, the service
being conducted by the pastor,
:he Rev. L. P. Boland.
It was the week of the reunion in
Birmingham that we talked with Mr.
Buzhardt about attending and he said
ae could not go. He was in the city
)n Thursday of last week in his usual
Mr. Buzhardt and Mr. Cal iNeel,
[io\v dead, and Mr. D. A. Ruff were
great frier.Js and during their left
were generally seen in Newberry together.
Mr. 'Neel died a few years
igo and Mr. Ruff is still living though
laving almos't lost his eyesight. One
Dy one they go and soon they will all
iiave crossed to join their great leaders
and their brave compatriots of
~~tontoH fi ol /-? c- r\n tho
LUC Ail tuc uvauo v 11 v."\Dther
shore. Peace be unto them.
| Dr. F. C. Martin ^
| Examines Eyes, Fits Glasses ||
$ and Artificial Eyes. |!
5- . . T|
SvTT ?- ^r?o.e o T-?i m x'1 n cr r/WV;
^*1 VUUi Cii.v_ ~
^trouble don't fail to consult him j|
? Satisfaction Guaranteed. I
r Office ovei Anderson's Dry^
? Goods Store. |j
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"THE < LARION" AT THE
OPERA HOI'SE TODAY
"The Clarion," in which the fcJquit-;
able star, Carlyle Black-well, will be j
seen at the Opera House today, is a |
picturization of the famous American !
no-, el of the same name by Samuel ,
Adams. It deals with the manufacture :
of fraudulent and dangerous patent!
medicines, a;:d is a story of absorbing j
heart interest and tremendous dram
Mr. Blackwell appears in the part j
of the young newspaper editor who !
fulfills his resolve to print nothing
but the truth to the point of exposing
his father's fraudulent practices
and estranging himself from the girl:
he loves. The great climax comes
when a mob of thousands of infuriated
foreigners swarms down upon the
newspaper office and blows it to ]
pieces with a bomb. This scene alone j
is enough, to put the picture in the list
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V/i tiit- OlA UV/OI ^IVbUA V/U VI I.UV j VMI. .
The Equitable directors have provided
a particularly brilliant cast in
support of their noted star including J
such names as Marion Dentler, Howard
'Hall, Charles Mason, Rosemary
Dean, Albert Hart, Jean 'Stewart,
George Soule Spencer and Philip
Hahn. The picture was directed by
FOR STATE SEXATE |
Alan Johnstone is nominated for
reelection to the State senate, subject
to the Democratic primary.
new and second hand, cash or credit
H. 0. Stone, Newberry, S, Q.
1 11 " "'tm'
I WUUli be gl?^..to bare pupils to
coach during tke. summer moathff.
Mrs. J. B? iXorwood, Phona 343-4.
F>OR iSALB?A handsome horse,
: 'io^-ad and. gentle, will work anyw&iftre,
WUJLt pay 60c '.per bushel for alJ
sound cotton seed delivered not
later than Wednesday 31st. Hornsby
LOST?Pair eyeglasses, gold frame.
!Lost Thursday on streets Newberry.
Reward if returned to J: Oieslev
FOB SALS?JOne grain binder in perfect
condition, has cut about 35
acres of grain, will sell at a sacrifice.
Do not care to carry it over.
Jas. D. Quattlebaum, Prosperity, S.
WAiNTED?Men who desire to earu I
over $125.00 per month write us to-J
We are sun c
for all model cai
cars. We will ?
can give us. W
Let us do you
do your work f<
We have a go<
skid casings tLat
regular price $1(
ular price $13.4C
* ^ ? A M * T A -4
a gOOU many jt?j
$9.15, 30x3 1-2
We will sell f
and Goodyear T
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cay for position as salesman;
* ery opportunity for advancement.
Central Pe.roleum Co., Cleveland, j
FOR SALE?-Fr'ty bushels of peanuts
at ') cents per pound f. o. b. Po-1
. _ rr\\. ? n .
maria. i.ut? cei^iex
WANTED HO BUY?Peanuts. Will
pay market price. Newberry Billard
JULY 4?(The Civic Association of
Pomaria will give a barbecue at
Pomaria on July 4 for the benefit of
the school. Mrs. T. A. 'Setzler,
VULCANIZING?Let us .vulcanize
your tubes and care for your casings.
We return tubes tested and
ready ror use wiiain iweuty minutes.
BARBECUE at St. Pauls?Under the
auspices of 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 S.
D. H. Kibler.
DIXIE STAMP & STATIONERY
,C l~\ ClfKna.
UAIfAi-V I, Ltiiuiuuia, tu. v. uiJL*W
I ami bask supplies. Manufacturers
of rubber -stamps, seals, etc., quality
and serffceV* Prompt attention
to mail orders.
WANTED?Industrious men who can
' earn at least $100 per month and
expenses retallia* Rawleigh Pro;
jeUu&b to farmers. Must bave means
^ lor starting expenses and furnish
contract signed by two responsfble
men. For full particulars write,
?* ? ?? A \f KTIIomi i
iciepiiVMc, yr in, ..
Newberry, S. C.
11 ^ 1 I I I ?.l Mlfl I
t FOE SAliB?1 Registered Abefdeen
Angus bull af>out one year old, 1
beef steer, 12 grade Duroc Jersey
pigs. E. 0. Counts, Prosperity, S.
C, Phoa$ 27."
DRINK MINT-COLA, made of purest
material and put Gjf^tk ?oet sanitary
'' " ? "t>? '
MOXEY TO LEND?Apply to Mower
If yon need tbem, we fiaye tuem.
P. C. JEASS & CO.
Jewelers, TTatch Makers & Opticians
P. C. Jeans, Optometrist.
} All Fore]
arrying a big stock
rs. We now have
worth of different
ippreciate any bus
re guarantee all of <
r Vuleanizing. W
>r you as soon as yu
od many Ford Size
: we will sell at a
).40, our price $9.00
> our price $11.60.
ax Casings that we
rom now on exclus
'ires and Tubes,
nn ?n fy i
tK b M
Opera House T
MOM)AY, MAY 29th j.1
' THE DEVIL, THE SERVANT AJH>v
THE MAN" A -x
3-p,art Selig . "ANVILS
A??D AC10RS* ^ ?
iVim Comedr^ '
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TIESDif, MAT 80th ' 1
7 4 >< -., m
World Fllak Corporation f
PresoMt < ?>
Carfylc BlackVfell j
5-parts. I i
"THREE FKlEJfBSr I
Henry Walthall and Blanche Sweet
WEDNESDAY, MAY 31st
*THE MILLIONAIRESS SON" M
Myrtle Beeves and Richard Johnson V
3-part Knickerbocker >,
44THE FICKLE FIDDLER'S FmSfiE*
Rose Melville, as Sis Hopkins, and ?
Henry Hnrdoek ? 1
Potato Bug Killer I
Hammon's Slug Shot
Paris Green M
^ ^ -* ' ^ i' i IJa'AoiA
tunesj/iitsra jrou&iu j->ug
Fly Killer |
We have 1
Sheppkards HoHse |Fly Da- 1
ver, El Vampiro Insect Pawder,
Tanglefoot, Black FJag j
Tn??v?f Surafrtars '[I I
Telephone us, 15? I
f. e. way, d ?* fl
Newberry, South CaraJJan. fl
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I COLUMBIA, S C | I
WE PAT CASH. FOB I
Friers up to 11^2 pounds.. 20P I
Eggs, dozen M
Miller Bros, Prosperity V
I Owners J
of repair parts 1
on naiuu over
parts for your I
iness that you '-1
Dur work to be I
e keep a man to J J|
u give it to us. f /I
Goodrich non I
bargain, 30x3, I
30x3 1-2 reg
We also have , a
will sell 30x3 1
ively, Firestone I
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