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iTKLLY PEISSOXAL
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fiie Moyeuputs of Kdny People, >*ew-1
berriaus, ami Those >Ylio Visit
>'ew berry.
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Miss Kate Summer is visiting her
school mate in Easley.
Miss Eula Taylor is -visiting friends j
fc Greer.
Mr. iXeely Cromer is home from the
Lliaaei lor tne summer vciwuvu.
Miss Roberta Mann left Friday-for
Spartanburg to visit her sister, Mrs.
Jiarry Price.
Mr. Geo. W. Summer and family!
leave today for rSullivan's Island j
where they will spend two weeks. j
Mr. G. Fair Buford formerly of the j
JBush River church section but who'
now lives near Clinton was in the
city Saturday.
County Superintendent of Education
Chas. P. Barre is attending the
Winthrop summer school and will fee
absent from his office all ehe week.
Mr. Elmer Summer, B. L. Dorrity
and T. J. Dig?by attended the Southern j
Textile association in Asheville, X. C,!
last week going through in Mr. Sum-!
mer'| car.
Hon. A. Frank Lever motored over
from Little 'Mountain on Monday and j
spent a few hours in Newberry. He :
returns to Washington todays He is !
the only congressman who is without I
apposition for reelection.
Mr. W. J. ("Bill") Smith has re-!
"turned from the Maxwell factories in !
Detroit and he says he had a finej
trip and we all know that Tie (fad.;
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Tf:^e Maxwell peopie aic iuimug v?v
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ScO cars a day now and the demand.
'is increasing.
Fred H. Dominick left on Monday)
for Spartanburg to attend the opening j
meeting of the State campaign. He
will journey with the State campaign- j
ers through the tbird district winding
mp with them at Newberry on July 1.
All of the meetings except tihe Sparitanburg
and Greenville meetings will
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be in the third district until theyi
reach Newberry.
Ur. J. Marion Davis, superintendent
of the -Newberry Cotton mills,
read a paper on "Oiild Labor" last ;
Friday before the convention of the
Southern Textile association which :
met the latter part of last week in
Asheville, N. C. The paper was com- 1
pigmented very highly and the convention
voted that copies be made '
ani sent to the governor of every
v. Southern State.
YABIOUS AKD ALL ABOUT
^ Sunday was an Ideal summer day. I
The recent heavy rains washed up
st ci&l small bridges in the county.
3e sure to see Mary Pick-ford in
'4Cinc/erilla" at the Arcade Thursday.
Sill Waldrop, the famous Fordster,
"was in the city Saturday.
Mr. Walter Dickert won the $10
prize given away at T. M. Sander's
store. I
Dr. J. W. Sharp formerly of this'
city but now of Greenville spent
Sunday night and Monday in the city.
William Farnum in "The Guilded
Fool," a Fox feature at the Arcade
, foday. i
The crops are coming out wonder-1
fully since the long needed rains
fell.
Mr. B. B.. Hair is announced as a
candidate for reelection as magistrate
for !No. 9 township.
Mr. James G. Brown won the Indian
twin motorcycle at Claud Wil-;
liams' pool room.
Tomorrow Wednesday is the long-j
est day in the year. >From then on tne |
days will begin to grow shorter and!
the nights longer.
"Nig" Epting and ''Hub" Boland,
two of Newberry college boys, are
matincr crru-tfl with the Macon ball i
iUUU.Ai.-, O^V
"team:
"The stock of the late Carolina
- -*<Cash Co. is being retailed at the old
stand in East Main street by Messrs.
Peer and Malpass.
Don't forget the great serial picture
'The Strange Case of Mary Page,"
tlie great serial picture which is being
shown at the Opera House every
Thursday. j
A bridge, of which there has been
considerable complaint, near Mr. J. J
R. Davidson's place has been repaired
by Tom P. Richardson, the bridge
builder.
P. F. Baxter and Son erected a
"handsome monument last Saturday to
she Oxner family at Fairview church.
Th11 monument was erected by Mr.
'Tom Oxner.
"Edwin August will be seen at the
Onera House theatre with Ormi Haw- j
ley in the World Film feature, "The j
Social Highwayman," today. This is j1
a strong five-part drama directed by
himself.
Sam Domi-nick and Jimmie Epting
went to Charlotte last Friday and returned
with two handsome Overlands,
models 75, which were bought by
Reuben and Jacob Boozer of the firm
of Boozer Bros,
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A party of gentlemen consisting of^
about or 3?i frcm the vicinity of Po-'
maria and Little Mountain got to- j
gether at the residence of Mr. {\Y. B. j
i'oinest this morning about 4 o'clock
and started in a bunch to the State
campaign meeting at Spartanburg.
They are traveling by automobile. (Mr.
Boinest accompanied them.
Mrs. Sibbie Rivers, widow of the
late J. R. Rivers, died early (Sunday
? ot tho Rlafp hns
morning m (juiumwia ?i, ? pital
in the 7oth year of her age
Funeral services were held and interrment
in Rosemont cemetery Monday
afternoon at 4:30. Dr. A. J.
Bowers conducted the funerar services.
Mrs. Rivers is survived by
several 'children as follows: Messrs.
E. T. Rivers, H. P. Rivers, David
Rivers of the city and Mrs. S. L. Price
and Mrs. P. E. Collins of Greenville
and Mrs. F. R. Lorick of Saluda county
and Mrs. D. B. Goings of the city.
THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY
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Kev. C. J. Shealy Accepts Call to
brace Chureli?Kev. 4. >1. >V'Jiite
lnstailed.
Prosperity, June 19.?Rev. Chas. J.
IShealy of Oglethrope, Ga. has accepted
the call to Grace church and will
take charge of the work on September
1.
(Miss Curlee of Winnsboro is visiting
her sister, Mrs. J. S. Wheeler.
Miss Willie Mae Wise returns today
from Lancaster.
IAt. and Mrs. J. B. Stockman spent i
Friday in (ColumJbia where little Miss I
Ruth is ,being treated for throat trou- |
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ble. ' ^-|
Rev. J. M. White the new pastor of i
the A. R. P. church was installed on i
Sunday. The services were conducted
by Revs. Pressly and Kennedy.
Mrs. IStuckey of Darlington is visiting
her aunt, Mrs. L. S. Beavers.
Mrs. Armelia 'Wise of Columbia is
spending a while with her sister, Mrs.
P. E. Schumpert.
Messrs. A. H. JIawkns and Ge6rge
Wise motored down to the State farm
last week.
Mrs. Ernest Luther and children
are visiting relatives.
Mr. Vernon Wheeler assistant paymaster
of "U. S. N\ left Sunday for Sar.
Diego, Oal.
Little Miss Pearl Wheeler lias gone j
to Charlotte to visit her sister, Mrs. i
C. >M. Simpson. * {
Mrs. H. J. Rawl spent Friday in
Lexington.
'Mrs. John Grant and children have
returned to their home in Waltersboro.
Mr. W. T. Gibson is spending a fev; j
days in Columbia.
i?.rs. G. Y. Hunter returned Monday1
i
fron? the Columbia hospital.
Miss Sudie Mae Boulware is the
gu^st of Miss Susie Langford.
Messrs. Herbert Langford and Mike
Byrd of Columbia spent Sunday witn
Mrs. D. M. Langford.
Miss iMary Attaway of Williamston
will arrive Wednesday to visit Miss
Susie Langford.
Mr. and Mrs. George McsXary of
Reed, Okla., are here visiting relatives
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Misses Minnie, Annie and Rose
Amick of Newberry are guests of
Miss iXettie Barnes.
Itiss Josephine May entertained
Thursday evening in honor of her
house guest, Miss Brooks of Columbia.
After several hours of social
chat an ice course was served.Music
Recital.
The music pupils of Miss Rawl's
class gave an informal recital at thp
studio on 'Friday evening which marked
the'close of an unusually sue
cessful year of study. The rather
short program representing the .work
of the last term showed a marked
improvement over 'the work accomplished
at the Easter recital. Every
one of the pupils rendered his piece
exceedingly well, which showed much
care and painstaking upon the part
of the teacher, as well as much study
and Dractice upon the part of the
pupils.
In the tests required by the first
year pupils the highest averages received
were as follows:
(Note Reading?-Miss Elizabeth
Harms and Master Gerald Baker.
Rythm?Miss Mary McClure.
Hand Culture?Miss Novice :Crapps.
Ear Training?'Miss Elizabeth |
Harms and Master Gerald Baker.
For the second grade:
Scale Playing?(Miss Marguerite
Burns and Master Fulmer Wells.
Entertaining?'Miss Marguerite
Burns and Master Burton Wells. j
Memory Work?Master Fulmer ,
Wells.
Transposition of Melody into Different
Keys?Miss Elizabeth Harms,
general average for the entire school.
Miss Elizabeth Harms.
After the recital the members of
the class were carried out to ftliss
Rail's beautiful country home, where
a lawn party was tendered them and
a bountiful picnic supper was spread, j
THE WHJT3I!HE BOOSTEHS
CAME TO TALK CHAl'TAI'Ql'A \
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TlK\v Came in Automobiles With Music
and Mood < iieer and With an In- (
vitation Strong and Trne.
According to their program as an- \ j
nounced in the last issue the Whitmire
boosters came to town on Satc
urday and they were here to tell us f*
! of the good things they are going to 1
j liave in 'Wlhitmire town. Ana to ex- jc
: tend a most cordial invitation to the j i
| people of this community to come to j?
! see them. j <>
They are going to have a chautau-1
qua and they want their neighbors |
j and friends to come and enjoy it with i
1 them. Mr. Wm. Coleman of the;
| Glen-Lowry mills always gives his j
j operatives a free barbecue and a holi-;
I day on the fourth of July. This year !
j he is going to have the barfoecue and j
I holiday on July 1 so that' the opera-.
tives may have the privilege if they J
I desire of hearing the governor of the !
n nrJ fliov TVll J OT11 r\V O
OIdle apcarv auu luv-; ?. * !
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I barbecue and the holiday at the same,
time.
The Glen-Lowry is backing the'
Chautauqua as it backs the people j
who work in the mill and is support- j
ing the 'band and supported largely!
the booster trip to Newberry. The j
people over Whitmire way have the j
pluck and the energy which go to j
make a live community and when It j
^rnoe +<-k dnirc fhinsret whv thev just !
O" - - j
do them, that's all there is to it and,
j they are going to have a great time;
over there and they are not a tut sel- j
fish and will be delighted to have j
their friends come and enjoy it with
them.
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Off to the Bankers Convention.
President Jolrn M. Kinard and
Cashier J. Y. MaFall of the "Commer
i
cial Bank, President B; C. iMatthews ]
and Cashier T. K. Johnstone of the!
National Bank and Assistant CashierW.
B. Wallace of the Exchange Bank
have gone to Asheviile, iN. C., to at*
* * *- 4-Vo. .QsVII+Tl
iena we annual 'mveuug ui mc ?
Carolina Bankers convention. =
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| Dr. F. C Martin 1
^ ? - ? ?- , r< < _.?.!
| Examines Lyes, ritsvj*as?e?^|
t and) Artificial Eyes I
J? V !
j?If your eyes are giving y?u^;
^trouble don't fai1 tjconsult him?
% Satisfaction Guaranteed. I
<e> <e>
* Office cvt. Anderson's Dry*,
*Goods Store. *
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Xary Pickford in
I "CINDERELLA^
j A Paramount Picture in 5 acts. Les
lies Arcade Thursday, June ismd. j
If you need them, we hare them.
P. C. JEASS & CO.
Jewelers, Watch Makers & Opticians
P. C. Jeans, Optometrist.
STIEFF I
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THE SOUTH'S MOST
POPULAR
PI A N Oj
Write for catalog and price
list.
Box 165, J,
COLUMBIA, S. C. jj
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The Whit mire "boosters" hit Xew)erry
good and strong and with col>rs
Hying Saturday afternoon about 6
)'clock. Their itinerary was via Clin
on, uolclviiie, Kinanls ana .\ewoer y.
There was some rough going on
iccount of the rains but the Wliitmire
spirit will not down and the flying
squadron of fifteen cars each with a
:ull complement of crew and passengers
braved the weather and the
oads and made the entire journey in
irciirc
UUL/JUIJUU
Newberry's feature
following program this v>
3T0SDAY, ,
DA1NTEL FROHMAN presents
WIDOW," a 'Parmount picture.
TUESDAY,
WILLIAM FOX presents Will
FOOL,'- a Fox Film production ir
4 Reels of sele
THURSDAY,
DANIEL FROH'MAiN presents
LAt,w that ever new fairy tale so
mou-nt picture in 5 acts.
fcTHE TIGHT REIN," (chapte
titled 44WHO'S GUILTY T featurii
FRIDAY, J
JESSE L. LAiSKY present Mar
>'ORA FLYNX," a Paramount pi
SATURDAY,
N
-Announcement j
COMING?"THE TWO ORPIL
GOOSE GIRL.*
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(van ph
Ownership of a r
Service. All other cor
ly, Service is the eleme
When we assert
value, we base chat stai
a service record that st
Being a matter o
fact: that a stock Maxv
ing 500 miles a day for
a motor stop-without
miles per gallon of gas
The World's Mo
uary, 1916, by a Maxw
Automobile Associatio
Facts outweigh <
must suggest a motor c
than a mortgage again*
The prices, incl
Roadster, $635. One (
Ask for d<
Sumi
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good time. The Whitmire concert
band accompanied the expedition and
rendered several elegant numbers on
the court house square. The visitors
after taking supper at the Newberry
hotel returned Saturday night to
whitmirp Thp trirv was nrl
. f *
; marily to advertise the Chautauqua
which will hold forth in Whitmire
June 30 and July 1, 2, 3. Whitmire
was recently burned down but she is
coming a^ain.
ARCADE
play house presents the
reek.
JUNE 19TH BBMi
Joli 11 Barry more, in ~THE RED
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JUNE 20TH
iam Farnum, in "THE GUILDED
t 5 acts.
.r, JUNE 21ST
icted Films.
JUNE 22ND
Mary Pickford, in CINDIRELdear
to^be little ones. A Para
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r two) of the problem plays enag
Anna Nllsson and Tom Xoore.
TJ>E 23RD
ie Doro, in "THE HEART OF
icture in 5 acts.
JUNE 24TH
later watch for it.
ISS,* "WOBiXWWW and "THE
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notor car is but a means to t
tsiderations are of minor in
jnt that actually determines
that Maxwell Motor Cars re
tement on concrete and inc
ands unparrelleled.
f vital consequence to you,
11 i i
pen car conclusively prove*
forty-four consecutive day
motor repairs or readjust]
oline.
tor Non-Stop Mileage Recc
ell Touring Car is authenti<
n. It is not open to questio
opinins. Knowing the fac
:ar purchase that will be an
it, the future.
uding Full Equipment, ar
Chassis, three other Body S
emonstration, P
Ok
iier's Gc
Newberry, S. C.
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It HH ? ANT TO JOI\ I
A KMV SEE H. H. HLlfl
mmm
Ail persons who would like to fl
a military company, will please mn
at the office of Blease and Blease cjQ
the 25th of June, 1916, at 8 o'clock. I
Jri. h. tfiease. H
Opera House i
PROGRAMME 1
TUESDAY, JUNE 20th
World Film Co. Present
Orrni Hawley and Edwin August
*THE SOCIAL 'HIGHWAYMAN*
5 acts
UTHE LITTLE SAMARITAN*
Joyce Fair
2-part Essanay
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21st
"THE BROKEN PROMISE" 1
! Anna Drew, Joyce Moore, Geo. Larkin jk
3-part Knickerbocker
LUCKY MISTAKE"
Rose Melville, as Sis Hopkins, and
Henry Murdock
Kalem Comedy J
THURSDAY, JUNE 22nd
"THE MAN HUNT*
James /Morrison, Raymond Waflmrn 1
and Marguerite Blake ' ^
3-part Yitagraph
?a Convenient burglar"
Biograpb. Comedy
! Ana we na tpisoae or
I "THE STRA5GE CASE OF MARY
PAGE"
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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,
President.
5-19-td.
FOR SALE)?Twenty pigs, half Poland
China, 6 weeks old. Price $2.00
t_ ? ' _1 A. _ "D/vlf/S? ?/
eacn. Ajppiy to i^cuumyen s xvuxici
Mill. Phone No. 4903.
MAG NO. 9 TOWNSHRIP
Mr. B. B. Hair is announced as a
candidate for reappointment as magistrate
for No. 9 township and will
abide tlie rules of tlie Democratic pri- .
mary. ' I
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in cuu-auu in<11 cuu 15
tportance. Consequent- "
i Value. ,
^present an exceeding
lisputable evidence of
we again refer to this
i its worth by travelrs
and nights-without
nents-averaging 21.88
y
>rd, established In Jan:ated
by the American
n.
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ts, your own judgment
investment for, rather
e: Touring Car, $655;
tyies.
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