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PI* RELY PERSONAL
wbe Movements of rcany People, Newberrians
and Those Who Visit
i>:. C. T. Wyche is announced as -i
car.viidate for the legislature.
&r. ira M. Sligh of Columbia spent
Tuesday in Newberry.
Rutledge of Ninety Six is visiting
relatives and friends in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Price of Prosperity
spent Sunday with home folks.
?Pleasant Grove cor. Leesville News.
3u<b Langford of Kinard aisited
his brother Saturday and Sunday.?
Cool Spring cor. Saluda Standard.
Jimmie Perry of Newberry dined
"With Mrs. Jannie Perry Wednesday.?
Ki'-l-nrv Crnvp rrvr Pallida Standard.
Daniel Berry of Silverstreet visited
his sister, Mrs. V. Pearsall, recent
ly.?Butler cor. Saluda Standard.
Miss Katherine Efird, a student of
Newberry college, Is home for vacation.?Midway
cor. Lexington Xews.
Mrs. Henry Kibler left Thursday
for Prosperity where she will spend
a few days with relatives.
Hon. Homer S. Black-well candidate
for .solicitor spent Wednesday and
Thursday in the county.
Prof, and Mrs. <S. J. Derrick will
leave this week for Lexington where
they will visit relatives.
"Mi. riamsnn \f Wi.lsnn received
liis degree of master of arts at the
University of South Carolina this
week at the close of the session.
Miss Ethel Seago, who has been on
*? extended visit to Mrs. R. H. Anderson
has returned to her home in
i v. rs. J. F. Browne and little Miss
Elisabeth Browne of Prosperity are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kohn in
Laurel streetsgrTlie State.
Misses Ru|jjg[ and Grace Oliver are
guests this of Miss .Sudie tDennia
in Newberry.?Swansea cor. I^exlpgtor
%r. Leo Demick has returned home
from AewDerry coiiege. j-?eo usus oue
mere year at Newberry.?Cedar
Grave cor. Lexington' News.
Mr. and Mrs. George 'Berry and
family of Johnston passed through J
this community Saturday on their
way to Silverstreet?Hickory Grove
cor. Saluda Standard.
iMr. John A. Peterson leaves today,
3Pr lay, for Orangeburg to make prep- j
janzicn and arrangements for the
^ Kewberry firemen who will go down :
Dr. Robert Mayes who returned to
INewberry last .Sunday will probably j
'locate here for the practice of his proTrtf
fho noot twn VMrs hp
1UCC 2\J 11. JL Vi vwv V V ?. v ^ vv
Tias been doing hospital work in the
Kings county hospital in New York.
It has been just two years since he
left Newberry. His many friends in
Newberry will be pleased to have him
locate among us.
VARIOUS AND AlfL ABOUT
Miss Cleone Hayes will teach the J
Hartford school the coming session.
Animated Cartoons starts at the
Opera House, Saturday, June 17.
Dr. Euston X. Kibler announces in
this issue for tlie legislature.
Court adjourned sine die Tuesday
" Carmen" tonight (Thursday) at
the Arcade promises several packed
The Newberry band will accom:pary
the 'Newberry fire soldiers to
vOrangeburg next week,
John Marrymore in "The Red
"Widow," will be the Monday Paramount
feature at the Arcade.
According to Mr. Weather G. .Peterson
the rainfall up to & o'clock yesterday
morning was 2.77 inches.
1 The court' of general sessions came |
to a close an Tuesday afternoon. The i
criminal docket was light.
After the rain the grass will grow.
'The crops throughtoout the county
are iooKing wen.
Don't forget 'Margeurite Clark in
' 'Molly Make Believe" at the Arcade
'There "will be union services at
<Gen*ral Methodist church iSunday j
night at 8:30.
The first pouring down rain in almost
a year fell Wednesday night
The ladies of Central church will
conduct a rummage sale on Saturday
of this week in the store room lately
occupied "by the Ewart-Perry Co.
Newberry's firemen have been putting
in some strenuous practice pre\
paratory to going to Orangeburg to'
capture the big honors. j
The city park will be open every j
evening and afternoon. Willowbrook
is open 011 Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday evenhigs. I
Mondav afternoon there were good
rains in certain sections of the county.
There was none in the town of
The Young Peoples Missionary society
of Central Methodist church will
meet in the church parlor Sunday afternoon
at 4 o'clock, June ISth.
The Tranwood school will picnic in
Mr. J. W. Epting's pasture next Sati-th
\Ticc riponp Haves taught
J uiua > 1 i i?, .'i.ou . _
this school the past session.
Mr. R. C. Shands is announced as a
candidate for magistrate of No. 4
township. This announcement should
have gone in the last issue but in
some -way it was overlooked.
Rev. Roy Anderson will preach at
j the residence of Mr. C. W. Crompton
Saturday night at 8:30 o'clock. He
will also preach two sermons Sun
| Old folks day will be observed at
j Zion Methodist church in 'No. 9 town!
ship next Sunday. An address will
' be delivered by Lieutenant Governor
That was a good soaking rain that
1 fell in Newberry on Wednesday even-1
ing and night and Thursday morning. I
The gardens of the town should put j
I on a new life now. j
! IMr.'Henry D. Adams and 'Mr. Jno. j
' A. Peterson have teen chosen by the 1
Xewberrv fire department as dele- J
gates to the firemen convention in1
'Did you read Lance Swindler's
graduating speech on Newberry's j
; Needs in the last issue of The Herald
; and News? If you didn't, you will!
! profit by hunting up the paper and
reading the speech.
The Mollohon Mill ball club of
Newberry played a game with the
Ninety Six mill club on Saturday
evening, result, 8 to 9 favor Ninety J
; Six.?Greenwood Journal.
i Dr. Edwin. B. Setzler of Newberry
college delivered an excellent address
on "Our Mother Tongue" on June 2nd j
at the g^iduating exercises of the i
'high school at iSaluda, S. C.?Lutheran
I Dr. Geo. B. Cromer of Newberry, S
C.f has been reelected chairman of the !
iState Board of Charities and Corrections,
a member of which he was appointed
a year ago by Governor Manning?Lutheran
Mr. R. C. Perry will open a haberdasher
store in the store room recent- '
ly used by the Ewart-Perry company, i
Dr. Houseal is having the store rei
modelled and Mr. Perry expects to
open by the first of August.
j Ormi Hawley, well-known screen
actress, is featured and co-starred
with Ed'win August in the World Film
I production, "The Social Highway'
man," at the Opera House, Tuesday,1
June 20th. j
Don't fail to see Edwin August in
m A -i ranf Arl Viv f
J CI1G . 01 11IS greatest yell to, uncvtvu u; :
himself, "The Social Highwayman," j
which will be the World Film feature'
^in five parts, shown at the Opera
House, Tuesday, June 20th.
Wallace Perry infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. P. Perry died Wednesdaylast
of whooping cough and was buried
at iWpst Rnd Thursday afternoon i
at 5 o'clock. Rev. .Stone conducted
the funeral services.
"Who's Guilty?" is the title of the
new series of 14 plays, founded on
actual happenings in real life, produced
by Pathe. Each of the series
| is complete in itself. Tom Moore and
Anna Nillson are the stars. Arcade
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The negro wno weni 10 sieep m me |
bed in the home of Mr. Caldwell Ruft
on Saturday night and was waked by
Sheriff Blease -was given quick justice.
It was a rather peculiar case.
The jury recommended him to the
mercy of the court and saved him a
(A case of swift justice is that of i
Stout Douglas who -vas caught sleep-1
ing in Holland Ruff s home on aturday
night last after having broken
in through a window. He was arrested
on 'Saturday night and convicted
on the following Tuesday afterncon
and given five years for his offense.
The Newberry firemen who go to
the firemen's tournament and conven
j tion in Orangeburg next week will
extend Newberry's invitation to the
firemen to meet in Newberry next 1
year. Newberry has a splendid repu- j
tation as a convention city so let usj
welcome the fir'-men in case they de- [
citio to accept our invitation.
The Civic association will meet;
.Monday afternoon a: the residence of |
(. rs. A. T. Brown at 4:3() o'clock. At
this meeting in addition to the regi:-;
I lar program Mr. O. K. Bass will dem
onstrate the-use of ware-ever cooking'
| utensils. All the members of the asj
sociation are requested ro be on hand
i at the hour of meeting so as to see
1 the demonstration. Mr. Bass is a
I student of Wofford.
The voter should not forget that if
he desires to vote in the Democratic
primaries the coming election that he ;
must enroll his name on a club book, j
j The last enrollment does not count. |
pAnd you must sign your name in per-j
son. The Herald and News publishes !
again in this issue the. names the !
club secretaries and where the jooks I
i may be found.
I Now that the roads are wet again it
' will be a good tiling to drag them as j
| soon as they begin to dry. The best!
, time to drag a road is. not while it is '
' 1 .rvc-Vi riAr Ti'Vt on it ic Hrv !
| WCt <3.11 U. oiuou; , UV1 n uvii A U AC J J
and crumbly, but just at the time,
when the mud is about as stiff as
dough. It is then plastic and the fine
dust or sediment being wet, forms a
hard surface very much like cement
which easily sheds the next rain!
where the road is properly shaped up j
; and drained.
j The park opening Tuesday night'
was auite an imposing affair. The!
weather was ideal and the crowd, a
large one of all ages, from the cradle
to the grave, was in a splendid hu-j;
mor. Ice cream and cake of which j.
there was a bountiful quantity was
served for the benefit of the park. (
The speaker of the evening -was Dr, (
Geo. B. Cromer who in his usual hap- ]
py and spicy style held the attention 1
and interest of his audiences as few u
men can on occasions of this kind.
The band furnished excellent music i
throughout the evening.
' THE SOCIAL HIGHWAYMAN*
AT OPEBA HOUSE, JUNE 20 i
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The story of "The Social Highway- j i
man" is that of Curtis Jaffray, whose <
hoy ideal is Claude DuVal, who stole' J
from the rich to give to the poor. Cur- 1
tis was the offspring of a mesalliance
which resulted in his being brought
up in such bitter poverty that his
mother, before his birth, was driven j
to thievery to obtain food. When |
Curtis reached .the age of twelve the- '
parents were horrified at the discovery
that he had inherited through pre-!
natal influences a tendency to steal.;
How in later years, when he inherited j
the title and astates of his grand- 1
father, the fashionable stratum cf so- ciety
is startled by a series of daring *
thefts, his epcial secretary kills the j
Countess Rcssi. 3:is wife, who deserted '
him in former, years, and later .kills
himself, declaring i:i his dying words
that he committed the mystifying
thefts, is all excellently portrayed in ;
this melodrama in which is interi
spersed one of the sweetest romances j
e.er filmed. It is a sociological play;,
different from the rest and one that is j
bound to please. To be shown at the.
Opera House, Tuesday, June 20.
Abbeville Press and Banner.
TJ. ?? Viof TT-VIaf rinvprnnr ;
11 aypecus iicm> ?."?.>/ .?w ?
Manning took for a great ovation at '
Jones' picnic was nothing more than '
the crying of several "babies in the
' ' . '-X'
"MOLLY MAKE BELIEYE"
A Paramount picture in 5 acts,
irianr* tRPinP Toriav Frldar
If you need them, we hare them.
P. C. JEANS & CO.
Jewelers, Watch Makers & Opticians
P. C. Jeans, Optometrist.
>KNATOU JI'LATKIN' TO Sl'EAK
AT ST. 1'AI L ON .11 LV K>TII
-1.n invitation has been extended to
Senator AIcLaurin to speak at the
barbecue to be given by the ladies of
St. Pauls Lutheran church on July 1~>
and he has accepted the invitation, it
v.'ill be recalled that this barbecue
was first advertised for July 14 but
inasmuch as that date conflicted with
the date for one of the regular campaign
meetings of the county the date
was ct anged to July 15.
Tii'r-r will be a big crowd present
at this barbecue and the senator will
be given a fine reception. There will
be a fine barbecue dinner served as
it will be in the hands of those who
know how to make a barbecue.
Contributions for the Park.
The following contributions have
been received for the new park ani
J no. C. Goggans $ 5.00
Z. F. Wright 10.00
Civic League 19.45 j
C. G. Blease 5.00 I
E. H. Kibler 2.50 j
Gilder & Weeks 10.00
T R Unntor 2 ftO
C. C. (Schumpert 2.00
Will Swittenberg 1.00
F. R. Hunter,
Card of Thanks.
We wish to tender our most heartfelt
thanks to all those who so kindly
helped us in our time of distress,
and thank those who have so generously
given both money and clothe?,
especially to our daughter who never J
saved anything at all. It will never
be forgotten. And we pray God s
richest blessing on each of them.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wicker and family.
CHANGE OF (CAMPAIGN MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the campaign
meeting for Longshore's (will
be held on Thursday, August 3rd, instead
of on July 28th. The meeting
it Young's Grove will be held on Friiay,
July 2Sth, instead of on August
5rd. This change is made because of
:he Little Mountain College reunion.
S'o other changes will /be made.
Frank R. Hunter,
B. B. Leitzsey,
FOH THE LEGISLATURE
C. T. Wyche is hereby announced
is a candidate for the legislature and j
A-ill flh-'de the rules of the Democratic !
? ? I
i :iero )y announce myself as a canSMate
or the house of representa-1
ubject to the rules of the j
L'eir. .-ratic primary election.
EUSTOX X. .KIB-LERi j
MAGISTRATE >0. 4 I
I am a candidate for magistrate
tor No. 4 township and will abide the
rules of the Democratic party.
R. C. iSHAiNDS.
We are still c
for all model cai
cars. We will i
can give us. W
Let us do you
ao your wont n
We have a go<
skid casings tLat
regular price $1(
ular price $13.4C
a good many Aj
$9.15, 30x3 1-2
We will sell f
and Goodyear 1
i 1 i: i receive >.. 111 iuu payment
of street duty rill :30 o'clock Saturday.
June ITtli. 1916, after which
a penalty of $2.00 will be required of
! Please attend to this, and save the
E. L. Rodelsperger,
I Dr. F. C. Martin f
C * 1* i*S*
I f . T
| Examines Eyes, FitsGlasses|
| and,'Artificial Eyes.
* * . . *
glf your eyes are giving youj
- 11- 1-: A
ftrouble djn't tail to consult uilu^
f Satisfaction Guaranteed. %
< > f
* Office ovti Anderson's Dry*
*Goods Store. ?
$ . t
WANTED A TEACHER
For Union lAcademy for a five
months school to begin about the first
of November. Salary $50.00 ^er
month. For further information ajply
to any one of the undersigneu
Geo. S. Enlow, W.
Prosperity, S. C., R. F. D. No. 3.
WE PAT CASH FOE
Hens, lb 11c
Fry chickens, lb 18c
Eggs, doz 17c
Roosters, lb 6c
Miller Bros., Prosperity, S. C.
HARLEY - DAVIDSON.. motorcycles*
new and second hand, cash or credit
H. 0. Stone, Newberry, S. C.
LOST?One last Thursday, on the
streets of iNewberry, one blue silk
? - * i- a za
swearer Den. rtcwaru n iciuhicu
to The Herald and News.
FOR RE'XT?A good milk cow; to a
responsible party only. E. B. Setzler,
2004 College street.
T 1V/I D
1 If A. IX
> All Fore
arrying a big stock
s. We now have
worth of different
ippreciate any bu*
r . -tt r
e guarantee ail or <
r Vulcanizing. "W
)r you as soon as yc
od many Ford Zize
we will sell at a
).40, our price $9.0C
) our price $11.60.
iax Casings that we
rom now on excliu
'ires and Tubes.
Lit 5 fji
jOpera House *
, m ":i.
FRIDAY, Jl'NE 10th M
"THE WOMAN'S NAKKI) SOIL"*
Darwin karr, >eil lraig and EdmuS
F. Cobb ~ M
3-part Essanay V
THE GOVERNOR'S SPECIAL"
.Helen Gibson and True BoardmanV
"Hazards of Helen' Series V
SATTRIMY, Jl>E 17th
Charles Perley, Claire ^IcDowell, Vola
vSmith and Van Christy
2-,)art Biosrraph *
Loyd V. Hamilton and Bud Duncan
* ANIMATED CARTOONS"
MONDAY, JUNE 19th
"THE WOMAN WHO DID NOT
Harry Inestayer, Eugenie Besserer
and Edith Johnson
"HIRED AND FIRED"
Pokes and Jabbs
i JULY 4?'The Civic Association of
Pomaria will give a barbecue at f
Pomaria on July 4 for the benefit of
the school. Mrs. T. A. Setzler,,
MONEY TO LEND?Apply 10 Mower
' DIXIE STAMP & STATIONERY
COMPANY, Columbia, S. C. Office
and bank supplies. Manufacturers /
of rubber stamps, seals, etc., quality
and service. Prompt attention
to mail order*.
VULCANIZING?Let us .vulcanize
your tubes and care for your cas
ings. We return tubes tested and
ready for use within twenty minutes.
Summer's Garage. 4
THE SOUTH'S MOST
PI A N O
i Write for catalog and price
j COLUMBIA, S. C.
of repair parts
on hand over
: parts for your
siness that you
Trr/\4?tr 1*\ a
UUI WUIJS. tu uv J
e keep a man to
>u give it to us. I
>, 30x3 1-2 regWe
will sell 30x3
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