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fits. Muveiir'iits of iK?iuy People, >ew.
berrians, and Those >YIio Visit
' rs. Pan! Anderson is visiting her
fcr iier. Dr. Tom Pope at Kinards.
.Irs. M. L. Spearman is visiting
re tives in Chester.
"\iiss Colie Blease is visitin? Mrs.
J. -cyan Workman in Laurens.
;.iss Florence Deaver of Carlisle,
J., is the guest of Miss Dutch
< iss Octie Griffin left Wednesday
ioi Columbia, to be the guest of Mrs. j
C- Lr. Watkins.
Mr. Calhoun Boyd returned Wed-'
nesday to Atlanta, after spending his'
vacation with his parents.
Miss Alice Peak of Rocky Mount, i
Va., is the guest of Miss b.arv Wright I
in College street.
~?:iss Kathryn Harms left Monday
foi Columbia to be t-je guest for sev-1
eral days of Mrs. Kilber.
Ur. J. H. Harms and Miss Betty j
Harms will leave uionday for Black
Mr. Earle Bullock left Wednesday
for Anderson to join his military!
company for the Mexican border.
Mr. James Milam does not go to
the front as his term of enlistment
expired about the first of the year,
i-iessrs. Paul Adams and .lirnmie
Epting are attending the firemens:
tournament in Orangeburg this week. !
Chief of Police E. L. Rodelsperger
ieli Wednesday morning for Orange-,
burg to attend the firemen tourna- j
Miss Lillie Mae Moore left Wednesday
for Chester as a delegate
from the A. R. P. church to the iState i
convention Y. P. C. U.
Mr. Alan Reighley is serving route
Nc. 2 while Mr. Jno. A. Peterson is
in Orangeburg attending the firemen
convention and tournament.
Mr. Glenn Bullock accompanied his.
brother, Mr. Earle Bullock to Anderson
Wednesday where the latter went
to join his military company.
Mr. A. B. Thompson of Richmond,
Va., superintendent of the nome 01fice
of the Virginia Life Insurance
' Co.. is in the city.
Mr. Patrick Anderson of Walterloo.
IMrs. W. L. Moore and children of
'Greenwood are visiting relatives
Misses Julia and Lillian Kibler(
have gone to New York to attend the
national educational association, j
While north they will visit Boston, !
Washington, Philadelphia and other
places of interest.
Rev. P. E. Monroe 01 uummenauu
college, Mr. R. A. Goodman of Mount \
Pleasant, X. and Messrs. E. W.I
and J. C. Peery of Lynchburg, Va., [
are registered at the Newberry hotel, j
They are attending tlie sessions of;
-tie Lutheran educational convention.1
Cannon G. Blease, sheriff of ?X*w- j
bf -y county, was in the city (Monday j
night to join his brother Cole. L. j
B:case for the opening or tne staie;
campaign. Fred iH. Dominick, former
-assistant attorney general and Claud
Sapp, now assistant attorney gen^era'
were also here.?iSpartanburg;
'Miss Monetta Osteen passed!
through .dewberry on Wednesday en
Toute to her home in Sumter in company
with friends from that town
"who had been over to North Caro*li
* ~ ~ rl s\ RonL-ore PfmVPTI
llll'd. tu auccnu tJi\, uuuuv. u ?
ticn. They had motored over to the J
meeting and said they found the
roads -.ery good.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Evans and
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tilly and Mrs. j
"W. A. Rast of Cameron spent Teus- (
t3ay night in Newberry with friends;
and relatives. They left 1Wednesday
morning in Mr. B ans' auto for Greenwood
to attend the convention of the
Eastern Star the female branch of
the 'Masonic order.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.1
R. H. Schaffer will regret to learn
that they will leave Newberry tne,
latter part of this week. Mr. Schaffer
has been connected with the Virginia
Life Insurance Co. here for,
some time and has resigned to ac- J
cer* a position as district superin-1
tendent of the Gate 'City Life Insur-,
ance Co., with headquarters in J
Greensboro, N. C. The patrons o?i
Leslies' Arcade will miss the excel-,
lent music rendered by Mrs. Schaffer
as pianoist. Mr. Duane Darby has
/ taken the place with the Virginia Life i
? i if. -P |
Insurance <jo. vacaieu oy c?r. otuar
y .VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT
A Studebaker 4 has been delivered
' to Mr. Julius J. Langford.
Marie Doro in "The Heart of Nora j
Flynn," a new Paramount at the Ar-1
cade today, Friday.
If you hear a 'bell in the street, it is j
Wade Hamilton, the little ice cream j
an? soft drink dispenser.
It is only now and then that men j
?re railed to arms. The call to arms!
is always open to women.
Rev. 'Branwell Bennett will con-!
duct service at St. Luke's Episcopal
church Sunday afternoon at 5:30.
The recent thunder storm knocked j
'out about 125 telephones in the coun-(
ty according to a statement of Mr.!
If you are "militaristically" inclined
don't fail to answer H. H. j
^lease's call to meet at Ms omce <r n<3ay
night at 8:30.
The serial story, "The Strange J
'''Case of Mary Page," which is being
shown at the Opera House is grow- j
ing more popular each week. See it.
iMr. B. V. Chapman, Newberry's
candidate for solicitor, was in Laur
ens the first of the week looking after
his political fences.
The candidate who would now dare
to tell how he "fit, bled and died" for i
his country will likely be asked to
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give anotner aemuasuauuu
patriotism bv steifMng down to the
Tom Piester an aged and respect-;
ed negro living near Mr. W. E. El-'
more's place 3 miles northwest of
Newberry dieti A'ed ues day and wa*
. .ii it'U ai Sueot c^rin^ church Inursday
afternoon at 4 o clock.
A severe wind and rain storm
s .vept the Trail wood school community.
Tuesday alternoon. Considerable
damage was done to telephone lines
and posts and a number 01 fruit and
other trees were blown down. There
.vas a large lot of fruit lost by being
blown off the trees.
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Dr. A. T. Jamison writes: nev.
V. Babb, pastor of the First Baptist
church at Newberry, will deli, er the
; address at the closing exercises at
the Connie Maxwell Orphanage
school. 'A'ednesday. June 28, next.
Four of our foung friends will finish
the tenth grade and receive graduation
certificates from the school this
year. Other exercises in connection
with the closing of the school are
being prepared for in addition to
Brother Babb's address."?'Baptist
HAVE VOl SEEN IT?
IF NOT SEE IT NOW
Seen what? uVliy the demonstration
by Mrs. .Miller at tne West-Martin
stores of the "ideal" Fireless
cooker. We hear a lot about the tireless
in recent times and yet many of
us do not exactly know what it
means. What is the principle of fireless
cooking? it is simply imprisoned
heat. The element of heat is
simply placed in a container around
which has been packed fireproof,
heat-repelling insulation. When the
uncooked food is placed into this
container and bottled ,up with the
heating elements the cooking operation
immediately takes place and
continues, although there may be no
fire. The principle is simple' to understand
but the application of the
principle is what counts and that is
??A ? ^/r:n? ^ n
vwiax ivirs. iviuiei" is uemuusuauus. it
will cook anything and it makes the
meats sweet and juicy and old roosters
as tender as spring chickens.
They do say that in one of the towns
a lady brought to Mrs. Miller a piece
of a cow that was so old when it was
butchered that the memory of man
did not run to the contrary or something
like that and when she had
cooked it with this fireless cooker it
was so tender and juicy and sweet
that the people of that town who
"had the privilege of a taste of it are
now hunting old cows to -butcher,
that is those who bought a fireless
cooker and most of them did buy. j
This reporter saw a chicken that,
she had baked that looked so nicej
and tender and sweet that we have
Deen nungry ior cmcKen ever since.
She said she would cook us a chicken
but it is sorter like the fellow!
who wanted to borrow money, and he
said there was no trouble about get-,
ting the money if he just had that'
thing they called the collateral. There 1
would be no trouble?well, if we just
had the chicken.
On Saturday she will make ice
cream at a temperature of 30 and (
roast beef at a temperature of 475
in the same cooker just separated by
a wall of aluminum. 99 per cent of
uie cooKer is aiummuiu. vru see n i
in action. Mrs. Miller will be pleased j
to show you.
NEWS FRO.11 POMARIA
Henry ('. Tillman to Speak on July 4
?1'oimg Hipp improving?Personal
Pomaria, June 22.?We have had,
fine rains in and around Pomaria re-,
cently, the crops seem to be in fine
thriving condition and well worked
Mr. Sallis Misenhlimer from Mt.1
Mr. Sallis Misenheimer from Mt.
A. Setzler and family.
Rev. and Mrs. P. E. Monroe of
Summerland college are visiting Mr.
J. J. Hentz and family.
Mr. Jno. J. Hentz and family motored
to Clinton (Sunday where they
spent a pleasant day with relatives. !
Miss Jessie Holdt of Columbia is
visiting relatives in and around Pomaria.
Mr. T. L. Ligon of Columbia spent
^ -j- 'J /in.. \t.* > V? V?io m nth
^3.[UI"QH,Y ctliu OUUUa> ? na mo uivv.u
er, Mrs. R. C. Ligon.
|'v,r. Broadus Long of Darlington,'
after spending a week with reiati . es
here, has returned home.
iMr. Clyde Watson of Greenwood
spent the past week with his sister
here. Mrs. Duckworth.
Hon. Henry C. Tillman, candidate;
for consress from the Third district1
will be at Pomaria and address the
crowd on July 4th, the day of, the j
school barbecue. The other candi- j
dates for congress have been invit-j
ed but are not certain as to whetherj
or not they can be present. Mr. Till- I
man is the son of Senator B. R. Till- j
man. The baseball game for that occasion
will be played 'by Saluda and I
Pomaria. These are 'both strong!
teams and a close game is expected. '
GVlr. G. H. Ligon of A-sheville spent j
the latter part of last week with rel-1
Dr. Z. T. Pinner returned yesterday
? - ?'- -1 u* i
from Henaersonviue ?uere uc attended
a meeting of the Bankers' as- j
sociation of South Carolina. I
Miss Elise Hipp left yesterday for
Columbia to be with her brother, R.
H. Hipp, Jr., who is in the hospital,!
his mother having returned home.
She reports him doing fine and it is
hoped that he will be able to be home
at an early date. Young Hipp is a
charming lad. always happy and
cheerful and is greatly missed by the
Mr. C. W. Sawyer spent Sunday at
Prof. G. P. McAllister and Prof.
Stanley of Mt. Pleasant, N. C., on
their way to and from the educational
convention at Newberry, stop
ped over a few days with Fror. r>en
"\Tiss Pennell of Anderson spent the
past week with Airs. R. J. Johnson.
The Setzler Co. has just received a
fresh car load of cotton seed hulls
and are now ready to serve their
customers with any amount wanted.
KIMT \T!OY\\. ( ONKKKKM I]
HAS ri.i A vVM 31KKT1M.
The third e:i;uational confer<'iic?
of the board of education of the I'nited
Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran
church in the south was hqjd
at Newberry < jllege Wednesday an 1
Thursday of this week. Quite an ati
tractive and extensive program was
i carried out. There were a number
1 of distinguished visitors present from
; other States. The following Luther
an eaucauonai uismuiuis appcai <ju
J the program and with only one or
two exceptions they were all repre|
sented: Roanoke College. Salem
IVa.; Lenoir College. Hickory. X. C.;
| Newberry College, Newberry, S. C.;
Collegiate Institute, Mount Pleasant,
X. C.; Mount Amoena Seminary
Mount Pleasant. X. C.; Summerland
College. Leesville, S. C.; Elizabeth
! College, Salem. Ya.: Marion College,
j Marion, Va.: Lutheran Theological
| Seminary, Columbia, -S. C.
Papers were read and addresses
! made by Dr. J. A. Moorehead. G. F.
i UIcAllister, Dr. M. G. G. iSherer, Dr.
, G. .J. Gongaware, Dr. R. L. Fritz. Dr.
; .T. C. Seegers
I'iie IOilOwmg resuiuuuns ?ert
adopted at the close of the conven'
I Resolved, That this conference
I hereby express its apprer ation of
1 and thanks for the warm greetings
and hospitable entertainment of New'
berry college and the good people of
I Resolved. That this conference ex'
press its deep interest in the pro;
posed nation wide campaign for the
: better support of church institutions
' and requests our board of education
j to cooperate in this movement and
: exercise its sood offices in keeping
i the matter effectually before our people.'
j Resolved, That this conference
j thank and commend our board of
[ education for its effective service to
! the cause of Christian education and
i request that it arrange for an edu'
cational conference next year.
R. L. Fritz.
P. E. Monroe.
G. F. McAllister,
<8> SOCIETY. ^
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Miss Cora Ewart entertained
Thursday afternoon at rook party in
honor ot her guests Miss Hulda Longshore
of Kinards, and Miss Florence
Deader of Carlisle. At the conclusion
of the game dainty refreshments
were served. Those present were:
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Misses ueaver Lougsuufe, xvuca,
Joynes, Dutch Fant, iNancy Fox, Sara
Davis, Mary Frances Cannon, Janie
Howie, Julia Summer, Mildred Puricell,
Marguerita Matthews, Sophia
Nell Crotwell, Selma Crotwell, LViay
Tarrant, Grace Summer, Bertja Gallman,
Mildred Tarrant, Kathryn
Harms and Dorothy Mcintosh of Columbia.
Mrs. Hugh Saflimer entertained
;'A'ednesday morning at rook party in
compliment to her sister. Mrs. .Snead
of Atlanta. The. house was artistically
decorated with daisies and fern,
and at the close of the game delight
tui reiresnmems were sei ?eu. mm.?six
guests were present.
An enjoyable event of Monday
evening was ti e 'ance siven by the
young men in compliment to the visiting
ladies. The music was furnished
ioy Wherry's Orchestra.
The guests were: Misses Alice
Peak of Rocky Mount, Va., Mary
Wood of Cedartown, Ga., Sara Perrin
of Abbeville, S. C., Dorothy Trahert
of California, Margaret Burton. Sara
Fant. Octie Griffin. iMildred Evans.
Maude Epting, Lucy Wallace. Trent
Keitt. Woodie Bowman. Messrs.
Benedict Mayer, J. E. Stokes, Guy
Brown. Metts Fant, Calhoun Boyd.
Earle Hipp. Clarence Da.is, Sam
n nr>?*? rxri 11 DoiM
uroiwen, i"euc inciuicno, ??m
Robert iHouseal, C. M. Dennis. Gene
Spearman, Frazier Evans, Will
Wright, Robert Poole. Raymond Fellers,
James Crotwell, Richard Floyd.
Chaperons: Dr. and Mrs. D. J.
Burns. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Wright,
Mr. and Mrs. R. McC. Holmes, 'Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Evans, Jr.. and Mrs.
W. M. Griffin.
The soldier boys will pass through
'Newberry this morning en route to
camp preparatory to going to the
Mexican border. iNewberry should
turn out to give them good cheer.
Mrs. Will White and daughter.
Elizabeth of Newberry are visiting
iMrs. George Eagle and Mrs. Roymond
Beaty.?The Anderson Intelligencer.
The Herald and News has receiv
ed the following announcement wmuu
will be read with interest by Newberry
people who know and who are related
to the happy groom.
i.Ylr. Folk is a son of our good
friends, Mr. and Mrs. JVI. ;Hayne Folk
j of the Zion community and a grad|
uate of Clemson college. Since graduation
he has been in North Carolina
i in charge of the pig clubs of that
State and is doing good work there.
Mr. and Mrs. Folk are visiting his
! parents in the Zion community.
The Herald and News extends its
| best wishes to the young couple and
wishes them mighty well as they
'journey along the road:
i Mr. and Mrs. James Douglas sevier
announce the marriage of their
Mr. Benjaman Perry Folk
i on Thursday, the fifteenth of June
nineteen hundred and sixteen
! Mr. anr'. Mrs. Benjaman Perry Folk
at home after the fifteen of July,
j West Raleigh. North Carolina.
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\.M> l ili un l'KIZKS
On Thursday morning ^>'.r. .1. H. |
Baxter received tiii? following tele-'
Miani ironi Mr. W. .1. S Wittenberg:
"Orangeburg. 3. ('.. June
" Greenwood tirst. i\S 1-.".; .Newuer
ry second. 2!) 1-."). Joe slow to hyd- 1
'! Later in the day Mr. Baxter receiv- '
; ! ed another telegram from .Mr. Swit- j
:; ' Straight reel Clie leston and Co- ;
| lumbia, tie. .Newberry third prize.' j
: The first prize won -by Greenwood
J is $2f?0. The second, won by New'
berry is .$150. Columbia and 'Sumter
tied for the third place the time be,!
ing 30 seconds. The prize is $100.
| The News and Courier of Thursday
! states: "Immediately after the grand
! parade the Newberry Concert band
! furnished music from the band stand
i on court house square."
| The tournament closes Friday afj
ternoon. Spartanburg was chosen
. for next year's tournament.
-Newberry has made an excellent
record during the past five years hav;
ing in that time won three firsts and
! | two seconds.
Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edward Fulenwider, pastor)
Nothing preventing, the following
i win be tne program ot divine serj
vices at the Lutheran Church of the
1 Redeemer next Sunday.
i 10:15 A. M. The Sunday school
meets. "Orphan Home Day."
! 11:15 A. M. The hour of worship.
The pastor will preach on the Subject,
"The Growth of the Kingdom of
! God in the World." This is beautij
fully set forth in the parables of the
: mustard seed, and the leaven in the
: gospel lesson for the day. In our
i Christian lives three things re very
! necessary, "Encouragement, InspirI
ation, and Opportunity." In our ef-1
j forts to live right and do the work j
of God we are in danger of becoming !
j discouraged, of losing our enthus- j
i iasm and interest. The growth of the
kingdom from an insignificant 'beginning,
the good effect upon peoples in
all parts of the world, the opportunity
given us for doing something that
will count, all these and more should
our store the
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A coupon wi
to the demonstra
the last day a on<
given to the lady
You do i
get a coupon.
A number of
ed and serve
strati on was in
pies New Furni
stration was gh
will gladly answ
i/st.' nf the. cnohi
( M J AIN I.ANKOHI) <;<M:s TO
TKX Villi 1H K SIMMKR
Cai-t. W. S. Lan^ford left Wednesday
lor Wichita Kalis. Texas, where
lie will spend the summer with .Mrs.
Lanjiford who is ill at the home of
her parents there.
.\n\ tsernara snacKeit'onl wih
act as agent for the Southern Express
company, and Mr. \Y. A. Asbill
will have charge of the Coca-Cola
Bottling plant during Capt. Langford's
Mr. J. Renwick Carlisle will assist
Mr. Shackelford in the express office
during Capt. I>angford's absence.
encourage and inspire us.
"?:00 P. M. The Junior (Worker's
band will meet in the church. All
members are urged to be present.
Come and worship with us. We
A WILLIAM FO]
A drama of Thrills, Se
With THEDA BAR A,
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The most Magnificent ana r.iac
Prices 5 an
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entire week be
strating The I
'body is Ir
ill be given to every
tion every time she
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who holds the luck}
lot have to buy
d to those who
who is in charge
Anderson last wee
turne Co. for who
ven sold every co(
Id do just as well
er all questions am
irtin Co. says It's
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FRIDAY, JINK -3rd
"THE DANGER LINK"
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Mizuwtii nuroriuge, r.u??uu \rnoiu
"THE TRAIL OF DANGER"
"Hazard of Helen" Series
Helen Gibson ,
SATURDAY, JUNE 24th
L. Shumvay, Helen Eddy and Melvin
"HAM AM) THE MASKED MARVEL"
Hani and Bud
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n I ULl JUNE 27th
nsation and Romance
JEAN SOTHERN and /
; E SHAY
>orate of all of all Screen Profar
id 10 cents
ory will be at
lady who comes
i comes and on
Cooker will be
a thing to
n as you can.
will be cookattend.
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of tne demonic
and the Pcom
1 instruct in the
Oak, It's Oak!