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iTULlY PEKSONAL
the Movenr'iits of iv.any People, >'ewberrians,
and Those >Vho Visit
Sewberry.
Harry Strother of Chappell was in
this section one clay last weeK.?diij
Creek cor. Saluda Standard.
... H. Hunt of Newberry, member of
the State board of conciliation, spent
yesterday in Columbia.?The State,
berry this morning to attend the
graduation exercises of his son,
. Ralph.?Greenwood Journal.
1..C7 and \Tarie Wessinse:
aUiOOv^j Hi? ? ? ? .. w .
of Jalapa spent several days in the
city the guests of the Misses Amick
Miss Mary Wood ot Cedartown, Ga.,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. H. Bowman.
Mrs. J. iA,. Shealy, Sr., of Little
Mountain is visiting: her brother, the
Rev. L. P. Boland.
Mr. A. H. Dagnall of Anderson candidate
for congress was in the city
Monday and Tuesday shaking hands
ard getting acquainted with ivoters.
Mrs. and 'Mrs. E. J. Boland and
two daughters, and Mr. D. B. Phillips
of Springfield are visitors at the
iome of Rev. L. P. Boland.
jtfr. H. T. Boland a'graduate of the
class in Newberry this year has signed
up to play ball during the season
with the Macon team.
Mrs. A. J. Ficken who has heen
keeping the boarding hall at Newfeerry
college, will with her family,
?>end the summer in Saluda, N. C.
Rev. J. D. Kinard is attending the
commencement exeicises of Newberry
college. MJreen wood Journal.
Mr. Kenneth Baker went to NewH.
C. Dodgen, who has been visiting
in Newberry for several days, return
to his home last Friday.?'Big
Creek cor. aluda Standard.
G. T. Reid and Eunice Allen of
Chappell passed through this community
Saturday enroute to (Saluda.?
Creek cor. Saluda Standard.
Mrs. Bates Maffett of Prosperity
aspent Sunday with her parents, 'Mr.
;&nd Mrs. W. B. Padgett.?Cool (Spring
-cor.-Saluda Standard.
ftliss Russell Brooks and Mrs. J. H.
-Johnson left today for a week's visit
an. CUappells, S. .?Greenville Pied-oaont.
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Mrs. Laura Wise and McFall and
Cuts ;Wlse of Prosperity and Mrs.
Alice Wise of Cameron spent the
week-end with Mrs. Verda Wise.?
Saluda Standard.
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Mrs. Malissa ^erry 01 uci x j
"iias been t.isiting her granddaughters,
. 3resd^ues J. S. Griffith, A. W. Gardner
and B. B. Blease.?Big Creek cor.
Saluda Standard.
C. Granville Wyche of Prosperity
ahas been appointed assistant district
attorney for the western federal district
of this State.?The Abbeville
-Medium.
.Miss .'Verna Sumer of rrosperuv
and Miss Helen Summer of Newberry
were the guests of Mrs. J. A. Summer
for a day or so last- week.?Waverly
cor. The State.
Mr. Clyde Epting, son of Mr. T. A.
"Epting of the 'St. Pauls community,
has finished his course in dentistry
at the Baltimore Dental college and
5s at home for the summer.
Miss Juanita Epting of Newberry
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enjoyed the commencement
Chicora College for Women as the
guest of her cousin, Miss Sue Dent, in
Senate street.?Waverly cor. The
Among commencement visitors in
the city were .Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Wessinger
of Columbia and Mr. and Mrs. J
E. S. Trotter also of Columbia. They j
^vrere the guests of Mr and IMrs J.'
"Tiiad McCrackin in College street.
Mrs. Jesse Lorick has 'returned to
"Prosperity, after a week's stay with I
Mre. Jake Geiger in Oak street. Mrs.!
t-n-^c Qpromnanied iby her1
JUUi IV'n. " c*o F
" daughter, JMiss Jessie Lorick, a reTeat
Columbia college graduate.?;
Waverly cor. The State. j
-Miss Martha Bull will have sev1
eral lovely visitors for commence
merit ^eek. Miss Popie Webb of
4 -Chappells, S. Miss Fannie Gray
Wright of Columbia and Miss Net
tie Lou Wllace of Kinards, S. C.,
'will be with her for two weeks.?The
Record.
Mrs. J. A Miller of Prosperity and
Mrs. J. P. Shealy of Newberry, who
have been visiting their sister, Mrs. J
.A. Summer, left Thursday for their
respective homes. Mrs. Miller was returning
from Johnson City, where she
"visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Graham.?
Waverly cor. The State.
Mr. T. R. Young will take his wife
to the Greenwood hospital today. Mrs.
Young has been seriously in ior me
past several weeks. Mr. and Mrs.
Toung are boarding at Mrs. Todd's
in Johnstone street and have made
many friends during their stay in
-Newiberry.
Rev. J. Henry Harms, D. D., president
of Newberry college, has delivered
one hundred and thirty-one
addresses on public occasions in va\
I I
rious parts cf the United States dur|
ii g the past year. During the present
season he received forty-seven
limitations to deliver commence!
ment addresses, manv of which he
"
! was compelled of course t3 decline.?
Lutheran Church Visitor.
I
Opera House
PROGRAMME
!
? V TTTVr (tfl.
, riuu.Ii, cm
''THE LAST ADVENTURE*'
Lillian Drew and John Lorenz
3-part Essanay
*THE RACE FOK A SIDING"
Helen Gibson and True Boardman
, I Kalem
SATURDAY, JUNE 10th
"ONE OF THE PACK"
i George Routh, Jay Morley and Eleanor
, I Blevins
2-part Lubin
"HAM AND PREPAREDNESS"
Ham and Bud
Kalem Comedy
"SELIG TRIBUNE NO. .31"
The books of registration are now
': in the hands of the secretaries of the
I various clubs. The Herald and News
, printed a list of the clubs and the
names of those in whose hands the
books are. In order to vote in the
primary in August it is necessary that
you enroll your name on the club
! books and vou must do it in person.
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Street Duty
Past Due
! *
I Will receive $3.00 in full payment
of street duty till 5:30 o'clock Saturday,
June 17th, 1916, after which
1 a penalty of $2.00 will oe required 01
, all delinquents.
1 j Please attend to this, and save the
1 cost.
I E. L. Rodelsperger,
Chief of Police.
' 6-9-td.
GLASSES
i If yon need them, we hare tbem.
P. . JEANS & CO.
Jewelers, Watch Makers & Opticians
P. C. Jeans, Optometrist.
| Dr. F. C. Martin ^
| Examines Eyes, Fits Glasses |
f and Artificial Eyes I
* ' f
^If your eves are givmg youf
f trouble d m't fail to consult himf
$ Satisfaction Guaranteed, i
> ~~ 1 ?
| Office ovt. Anderson's Dry|
* Goods Store. |
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SPECIAL NOTICES.
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HA&JUEY - DAVIDSON motorcycles*
! new and second hand, cash or credit
i H. 0. Stone, Newberry, S. C.
:
i BARBECUE?We will give a first
! class barbecue at the Newberry fill,
Friday, July 21. The dinner will
be cooked by the old cook, H. JiL
Wicker. A good dinner is promised
to all. Every candidate is especially
invited. B. M. Suber and O. A.
Felker.
6-y-ta.
| BARBECUE?I will give a first class
j barbecue with, the usual good dinner
at Mt. Pleasant on July 14,
campaign day, and will give good
service and make it pleasant for all
who attend. G. H. Cromer and Company.
BARB'ECUEl?We will give a first
class barbecue in front of B. B.
Leitzsey's residence July 27, 1916.
Everybody invited. B. B. Leitzsey,
A. G. Leitzsey, J. F. Lominack.
DIXIE STAMP & STATIONERY
COMPANY, Columbia, S. C. Office
and bank' supplies. Manufacturers
of rubber stamps, seals, etc.. q-ualitv
and service. Prompt attention
| to mail orders.
15-19-tf.
MONEY TO LEND?Apply to Mower
& Bynum.
j 4 -14-tf. j
VULCANIZING?Let us vulcanize;
your tubes and care for your casings.
We return tubes tested and I
ready for use within twenty min-J
utoc summer's Garase.
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| DRINK MINT-COLA, made of purest
material and put up in mctet saniI
tary surroundings. 5-9-St.
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; WE WILL BE READY to grind your
wheat beginning next Monday. Junej
12. Farmers Oil Mill.
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I ideal rireie
U T VI J WVU J AO 111 V X IV/U
j
er demonstration at
week beginning J une 1
Every lady who atl
coupon ticket which 1
opportunity of getting
details will be printed
do not have to buy a t
enter.
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Come as often as yo
ticket each time.
The demonstration \
j CAptl t.
When West*Ma
Oak it's Oak.
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STUDEBAK
Detroit, Mich.
South Bend, Ind. Walken
FOUR CYLINDER MOD
Touring Car, 7-Fassenger
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Roadster, 3.Passenger
Landau-Roadster 3-Passenger
Sedan ?
' SIX-CYLINDAR MODE
Touring Car, 7-Psssenger
Roadster, 3-Passenger
Landau-Roadster, 3-Passenger
C niinp d.Passen?er .
! Sedan .....
Limousine, 7-Passenger
F. O. B. Detroit
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BARBECUE at St. Pauls?Under the';
auspices of the ladies of the St. |
Pauls Lutheran churcli a barbecue
will be served at the church
grounds on July 14. The dinner wi!\ I
be cooked by that famous cueist J. ;
D. H. Kibler.
5-23-tf.
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iss Cookerj
to the Fireless Cookr
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our store the entire
19th.
tends will be given a
will entitle her to an
f
a cooker free. The
on the ticket. You
hing to be eligible to
'' |
u can, you will get a
will be in charge of an
1
rtin Co. says it's
iRTIN CO.
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^gji Take the
Bjjp that kno
^J BUILT?a
/ . knows hi
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There's no s
to be had ar
of Californk
n Detroit
the city
cars?w
and ma]
other ci
teredac
than ai
In California
the Stat
where p
over an<
any oth<
the yeai
tered?2
more th
California KNO\
ing the bulk of tl
r p , baker favonte bj
L 1^ |V buying.
~ . And the reason i
inlle, Onu . , ? j
panson ot a otua
ri o r
size and quality t
$875 MORE. So they
850 you see the cax311
ern
1525
""z McH^
1600
1675'
2500 C. W. FAN1
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DA! J HECl'lv?I will give a first class
barbecue at my residence July 1
State campaign day. Will sell'meat
and hash and serve dinner 11:30
a. m. -J. M. Counts.
6-6-tf.
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Ill TT liUlil 11
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This is to state {
reported a false ri
the Maxwell Road
from Summer's G
months ago. It is
not pleased with tl
have had a whole
expense with it, ai
?-! I xl 1J 1
iner nave :11c uiu j
the new car. Thi
that I have owne<
that I like the M<
any body could lil
have drove it aboi
have not had any
the car has not cos
pair bill. I can't s
I - s
would rumor such
as I am well pleas
well Roadstei.
DR. Z. T.
Pomari
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Judgment ot ti
>ws how car
nd the State
nw rars PER]
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urer judgment, no morel trust*
lywhere than that of Detroit a
u
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that produces three-fourths of
here people know cars from
nufacturing sides better than t:
ty on earth?more Studebaker;
cording to official figures in the
ly other cars selling at mor
e of wonderful roads and weatl
eople have more miles of good i
i more opportunity to use theii
:r State in the Union?the offic
of 1915showed 15,718 Studel
!,895 MORE than any other <
? *enn
ail <puvv.
VS cars from use on the road?Detroit knc
he industry centered in its limits. Both i
/ a long lead. . What better judgment car
s simply that every time a man makes eve
lebaker with other car?, he finds that to ge
is a Studebaker offers, he must pay fro
're buying Studebakers?and SAVING thai
-then go make that $250 saving comparis<
^RDY MOW]
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Manager, Lady St., Columbia
T1-LY i?The Civic Association
Pomaria will give a barbecue ]
Pomaria on July 4 tor the benefit J
the school. Mrs. T. A. SetzlH
President. V
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May Concern: .
f eiL iaic
juneom, i?iu.
:hat some one has
imor, in regard to
ister that I bought *
arage about three J
stated that I am 1
be car, and that I J
lot of trouble and X
id that 1 had ra
Ford than to have V
m
s is the fourth car
i and I will say I
ixwell as well as I
ke their car, as I I
it 2,000 miles and I
11 11 _ 1
trouoie at an, ana
>t me one cent re
see why any body I
a false statement, I
ed with my Max- I
PINNER, I
a, S. C. I
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le City I
s are 1
.
that
FORM!
worthy advice
ad the State
t
rnnnfrv's
fcUV w
the technical
hey do in amy
3 were regi*^ J
year of 1915, I
e than $500.
ler?the State
roads to drive j
r cars than in
ial figures for
[makers regis13
r listing at
>wi cars from hav
save made Stude- J
i YOU follow in 1
n the barest com:t
as much power'
m $250 to $400 a
t $250. Why don't "1
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