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iTKELY PERSONAL
The Movenr'nts of iv.au y People, New*
berrians and Those Who Visit
New berry.
Miss Amy Wolf of Laurens is the
of Miss \kirv Lnn Rnllork
Hon. 1). F. Kfird and daughter. Miss
Pfrtha of Lexington visited relatives
:r. the city several days last week.
Miss Eva Frick of Chapin is the
guest of relatives and friends during
commencement.
*^iss Trent Keitt is at home, from
Converse college for the summer vacation.
Misses Daisy and Mary Sue Wilson
of Clinton spent the week-end
w:":h relatives in tlie city.
Robert Perry and T. Roy Summer
o- Newberry spent yesterday in Columbia.?The
State.
Mrs. Mary E. Lake of Newberry
is visiting her daughter. Mrs. G. W.
Connor who has been unwell for sev
eral days.?Greenwood Journal.
Miss Kathleen Woodley and Miss
Lois Wilson left Wednesday for Newberry.?Tatum
eor. Pee Dee Advocate.
Mrs. L. iM. Badliam and children
of Newberry are here on a visit to
her father, Mr. J. L. Gavin.?The Dorchester
Eagle.
Miss Bessie Kibler and Miss Annie
Kibler of Newberry are visiting Miss
Lucile Moorliead in Johnson street.
?The Gaffney Ledger.
Mr. and Airs. E. Kellers Mitchell
have returned from a visit to relatives
in Newberry and Propserity.?
Lexington News.
1*1 rs. iVictnt: 1 uruci ui >cnucuj' 10
visiting her sister, Mrs. Christeen
Parkerman this week.?Grendel cor.
Greenwood Index.
Ernest Anderson, for several years
superintendent of schools of Newberry,
did not offer for reelection this
year.?Southern School News.
Dr. W. E. Pelham, Jr., left on Monday
for Chattanooga. Tenn., to attend
a convention of the surgeons of the
Southern Railway.
Hr. Robert Moore of (Roanoke, 'Va.,
is on a visit to home folks. His sister,
Miss Marie Moore, who has been
working at Anderson is also at home,
having come home on a vacation.
?Mr. Thos F. Suber who taught
school the past year at Walterboro is
?:ii.
spenaiLg nis vacauon wuu ms lama,
Mr W. F. Suber at his plantation on
Broad River.
t?irs. G. C. Young has returned from
Newberry after a visit to her daughter-in-law,
Mrs. T. R. Young who has
been seriously ill but is now somewhat
better.?Clinton Chronicle.
Misses Lizzie and Ruth McCrackin,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mc
Craekin of the northern suourDs 01
.the city, graduated from Chicora college
in Columbia last Wednesday.
Mrs. J. Thad McCrackin was a commencement
visitor in Columbia last
week returning to Newberry Thursday
with .Misses Lizzie and Ruth McCrackin.
Dr. W. G. Houseal of Newberry was
ill V?l/lUlAlX?Ja ?? " v~~ ?
the meeting of the trustees of the
State iMedical college in Charleston.?
The State.
Mrs. C. A. Murphy and little son
fP?k
HOWARD ESTABROG
in'MYSTERIES
A FEATI
LESLIES ARC;
THURSDA
Claude, .ir.. attended the commence- 1
I ment exercises of Chicora college and
I is now spending some time with
?i
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Mc-i
I C-rackin.
i . r I
i Mr. and Mrs. nennetie aim
j o!' Newberry spent Thursday in tlie |
J city with their sister. Mrs. J. L. Bol- j
| ton. They were en route to their new J
| home in Winston-Salem.?Union
| Times.
i.iiss Rachel McCrackin who taught
the nast session in Laurens
(county attended the "Chicaro college I
j * i
i commencement exercises last weekj
! and is now at home with her parents, j
j Mr. and Mrs. S. P. McCrackin. j
j Fred H. Dominick, candidate for:
congress from the third district,
, was a visitor in the city last night.!
j Mr. Dominick is making a tour of the j
| district in his automobile.?G-reen!
wood Journal.
i Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Scott have gone
to Chicago and the west to visit relatives
and while there will take in
, the great Republican convention
! which meets this week in 'Chicago
They will be absent for several
! weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'Suber of
' Newberry and Mr. and Mrs. Patrick
! Mitchell oi Prosperity attended the
high school commencement, guests or'
n- onH iMre it! Keller Mitchell, com
x/i . ui;u aua w? * -. _
| ing down in automobiles.?Lexing|
ton News.
i Walter H. Hu t, president of tha
j Oakland cotton mill in Newberry, and
j John M. Kinard, president of the
' Commercial bank of Newberry, pas- j
sed through Columbia yesterday, re-1
turning from an extended trip!
, through the North.?The State.
i B. V. Chapman, member of the
i house of representatives from New-!
| berry county, and candidate in the
i approaching campaign for the office j
| of solicitor of the Eighth judicial cir- |
1 cuit, spent yesterday in 'Columbia.?
The State.
i Prof. T. F. Suber, who was principal
of the Walterborp school during
the past session, has gone to his
. home in Newberry county. ?Mr. SuI
ber will go to the Lutherna Seminary
I next term where he will take a thej
ologicsQ course preparatory to beI
coming a minister of the Lutheran
I church.?The Press and Standard.
' Tlr James P. Kinard succeeds Er
j nest Anderson at Newberry. Dr. Kin-1
ard was for many years "head of the \
; department of English at Winthropi
| college. He left Winthrop to take a
| similar position at the Citadel. While
there he was offered the presidency
, of Anderson college. He accepted
; and has been in Anderson two years.
i
' i j !
[A few montns ago ne resigns,
| Kinard is a native of Newberry, and !
| has numbers of friends who will wel;
come him home.?Southern School
News.
VARIOCS AND ATX ABOUT
Commencement week.
Won't it be lonesome for us young
folks when the college boys are gone.
Mr. T. A. Dominick of Prosperity
I announces in this issue for the legislature.
The Calendar society will meet
Wednesday at 5 o'clock at the home
of Mrs. Will Cromer.
Mary Pickford, everybody's favorite,
in "The Eternal Grind,"' Leslies
Arcade Friday.
i The Calvin Crozier chapter U. D. |
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ft. AND JEAN SVTHfcKN
of MYRA"
JftE SERIES
^DE THEATRE
Y JUNE 9th
i
Opera House !
PROGRAMME j
IT ESI) AY, .JIM! Cth
>I:ifOnlv
"MILLSTONES'*
Darwin Karr, .\ell Crate, John Junior
2-part Essanav
"THE TENDER HEAKTEI) HOY"
Mae Marsh
Biograph Reissue
"THE BATTLE ROYAL"
Vim Comedy |
! WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7th
"'HAUNTED AND HOUNDED'*
; 3-part Knickerbocker
"ROMANCE AND RIOT"
! Hose Melville, as Sis Hopkins and
Henry Mnrdock
Kalem 'Coraedv
l *
TUIDWDiV If TV V
' " SIX'S PENALTY^
| Anne Schaefer and Mary Anderson
I 3-part Vitagraph
"HOT STUFF**
Biograph Comedy
i And tlie 2nd Episode of
"TIIK STRAXflE CASE OF 3IAKY
PAGE* j
C. will meet Tuesday afternoon at 3 j
o'clock with Mrs. A. H. Dickert.
The graduating class of Newberry;
college this year numbers 26. three !
of whom are young ladies.
i
William Farnum is the star of the
first Fox film at the Arcade Tuesday.
Be sure to see him in "The Plunderi
er" from the novel by Rov Norton.
Whites One Arm Wonders played
ball on the college diamond Monday ;
!
afternoon and will play again this!
afternoon.
Mr. James C. Kinard of graduating !
class lias been awarded first honor. !
| The second honor goes to ?Mr. Dewey j
Ail CI .
If you get lost from your friend;
while walking about the city, just go j
into the Arcade. You won't hg/?e long .
to wait.
j
j Cannon G. Blease has filed his j
j pledge and paid liis assessment as .1 j
candidate for sheriff. He is the first j
! candidate to file his pledge.
Summer's Garage has sold within'
the past week cars as follows: Rev. |
C. T. Croker, R. M. Werts, ani Amo3
Conwill, Maxwells'; Pat 'Mitchell an
Oakland.
One of the two traveling men who
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STUDEBAK
Detroit, Mich.
? - % iti tt r 11
South Bend, ma. waiKer
FOUR CYLINDER MOD
Touring Car, 7-Passenger
Roadster, 3.Passenger
Landau-Roadster 3-Passenger
Sedan mm
' SIX-CYLINDAR MODE
Touring Car, 7-Psssenger
Roadster, 3-Passenger
Landau-Roadster, 3-Passenger
Coupe, 4-Passenger
Sedan ....
Limousine, 7-Passenger
F. O. B. Detroit
have been selling pecans for planting, j
<i;< ppert dead on the streets of Pros- |
Sunday afternoon about o j
O ( 1: ' t !<
Jasper chanter I) A. R. will meet I
Friday morning at lu:3<> o'clock at:
the home of Miss Mary L. Burton
This is a most important meeting and
the members are urged to attend.
There was a little one-sided scri*i
mage Saturday afternoon on tlie sidewalk
just in front of J. H. Summer
I
Notice t<
V -rr -r < ^
We are still c
for all model ca:
$2,000 dollars
cars. We will;
can give us. vv
satisfactory.
Let us do you
do your work f<
We have a go
skid casings thai
regular price $1(
ular price $13.4(
a good many A.
1 P- r% A ? 1 /%
3KMD, DUXO 1-Z
We will sell i
and Goodyear 1
SUMM
I
Take the
.1 . 1
gup mat kik
fI BUILT?a
/ knows h
There's no i
to be had ai
of California
n Detroit
the city
cars?"w
and ma
other ci
i. i _ -
lerea ac
than ai
In California
the Stat
where t
over an
anyoth<
the yeai
tered?1
more tk
California KNO1
ing the bulk of t
? baker favorite b
:er buying.
t
irille Ont * l^C reason
parison of a Stuc
ELS . ,
size ana quality <
$875 MORE. So they
850 yOU 5ec the cars.
1150
1525
a"zz McH^
. 1350
1600
1675
* 2500 C. W. FAN!
^ c.\'< store. XoboJv was seriouslv i
i
On Thursday last P. F. Baxter and
i
Son erected a durable memorial to
I the ~ 111 ith and Moore families at Zion
! church, in lower number nine townj
ship.
| The partnership heretofore existing
between Purcell and Scott has been (
dissolved and the business "Will be'
I
continued at the same place by The
Purcell Company. I
3 All Ford
arrying a big stock
rs. We now have
worth of different
/t m -v t t* 11 r
any uua
Te guarantee all of <
r Vulcanizing. W
3r you as soon as yo
nrl manv Fnrrl St TP
t we will sell at a
3.40, our price $9.00
) our price $11.60.
jax Casings that we
$11.65.
from now on exclu*
"'ires and Tubes.
FR'C c.i
u i\ v yi
I--J - _? 1.1
judgment ui u
>ws how car
nd the State
ow cars PERI
Hirer judgment, no more trusts
i .1 .1 > e n.i !t _
nywnere man mai or lye^ron a
BL / \
that produces three-fourths oi
rhere oeooie know cars from
~ "" 73 * A
nufacturing sides better than t
ity on earth?more Studebaker
xording to official figures in the
ny other cars selling at moi
:e of wonderful roads and weatl
teople have more miles of good:
d more opportunity to use thei
er State in the Union?the effic
rof 1915 showed 15,718 Stude
2,895 MORE than any other <
r<nn
tan ?auu.
iVS cars from u*e on the road?Detroit kn<
he industry centered in its limits. Both 1
y a long lead. What better judgment cai
!? timnlv that Hnu> m man makes eve
lebaker with other cars, he finds that to g<
&s a Studebaker offers, he must pay fro
're buying Studebakers?and SAVING tha
?then go make that $250 saving comparis
VRDY MOW]
NEWBERRY, S. C.
r, Manager, Lady St., Columbic
i
\
1
There wa- a barbecue at Mr. A.*
Hudson's place Friday 'ast. ThB
was a big good natured or. . <1 pre?
and plenty or candidates but fl
speeches were made bv any of thW
a nlon tA/i ao tV
V U 11U11 V\ U IV." II ? o i > i < i i x -1 i vui
while there was yet some moisture i:?
the ground is up to a good stand and^
"is being worked out, but that which fl
was planted about the middle of the
dry spell is up to a very poor stand.
I Owners J
of repair parts J
on hand over
parts for your I'll
iiness that you
3ur work to be JH
p Lrppn a man fn
?u give it to us. a
Goodrich non J
bargain, 30x3, I
K 30x3 1-2 reg- jg
We also have
will sell 30x3 1
lively, Firestone
IRAGE11
====,
le City |
s are 2
i that *
rrin**i j
r urvivu i
vorthy advice
nd the, State ^
: the country's
the technical
hwHn in anv ' J
' j 1
s were regis- % 1
year of 1915, j
e than $500.
i
ler?the Siate ^
roads to drive
r cars than in
iai figures for
bakers regis:ar
listing at *
1
J TV O V?i C ? * Vlli
iave made Stude1
YOU follow in
n the barest comit
as much power'
,m $250 to $400
t $250. Why don't
on.
i
ER,
I
i, s. c.
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