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Che Movements of ip.auy People, Sewberrians,
and Those Who Visit
Mr. Calhoun Boyd returned Tues
day to Atlanta, after spending several j
Miss Sara Perrin of Abbeville i3 j
the guest of Miss Margaret Burton.
Miss Fannie i.Mae Davenport of
Kinarde is visiting Miss Daisy Dominick.
Mrs. William Johnson left Tuesday
for an extended visit to friends in
Waxhaw, N. C.
rrk? ** ? ? ? C! T Tlo'nfirtfc footro -r*Ct
rI Ui ct-UU. JTii O wi ?J no t v ?&*
turned home after visiting friends
\ and relatives in Lexington.
j Master Roland Russell of Clinton
is on an extended visit to relatives
and friends in Newberry.
Miss Drucie Cromer of Newberry
is the guest of her sister Mrs. J. W.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Cromer ot
NeWberry are visiting relatives in the
V/ii> . oyai utuuuig
John Webb and daughter, LMiss
Irene Webb, of near Chappels were
here Tuesday.?Saluda cor. The State.
Mr. J. B. Half acre of Newberry was
in town on business last Thursday.?
I Clinton Gazette.
Miss Lizzie Griffin of Newberry is
the guest of her relatives in Edge
Miss Wheeler of Prosperity is visiting
Miss Beck Jennings.?Winnsboro
News and Herald.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Willard are
visiting in dewberry this week.?The
Mrs. E. C. Clark spent a day last
week with friends at Newberry.?
? - :
t fCHapin cor. Lexington isews.
Mr. !N. S. Holmes returned to Atlanta
Thursday after a visit of sevM
eral days to relatives.
Miss Blanche Simmons of GreenL
wood came Wednesday to be the
guest of Miss Sara Houseal.
Miss Octie Griffin returned Wednes
H day from Columbia, where sue was
the guest of Mrs. C. L. Watkins.
Misses Mary Milford and Ruth
Howie of A'bbeville are the guests of
r Miss 'ilarv Frances Pool.
Miss Eugenia Seegers of Columbia
came* Monday to be the guest of Miss
Miss Kutn Digby has returned
/ from Greenville, where she visited
friends for sr^eral days.
days with relatives.
i*'- a ur r> x 1 J ?^
UMr. ana uvirs. raci vniuer arriveu
Wednesday to be the guests of their
parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Gilder.
Mrs. T. M. Roebuck and Miss Lucile
f, Roebuck of Gainesville, Fla., arrived
Thursday to be the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Eison.
riMrs. Tabor Hill returned yesterday
from Newberry, where she visited
her daughter,- Mrs. F. C. Sligh.?
Jlf.-ra TaViti T'aacnia ha a T?*tiirne*ri
after a two weeks visit to friends in
Orangeburg and Newberry.?(Laurens
C. tL. iMonroe of Marion and Charley
Barre -of 'Newberry are guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Efird.?
f^exington \ cor. The State.
Misses Mattie and Kate Adams
have returned to Greenwood after
spending several days with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Adams.
Miss Julia Uohnstone has returned
to her home in Newberry after a
f * short stay here.?Spartanburg Herald.
A (Mrs. J. B. Smith of Kinards has
spent a few days with her husband,
Mr. "Tick" Smith, before he goes and
i takes up his work in Bamberg county.
?Chapin cor. Lexington News,
p Mr. sx. C. Lake of Prosperity was
n in Union Saturday. Mr. Lake was
frincipal of the Gault school during
the past school session.?The Union
(Miss Lucv Riser nf Kinards and
Miss Linda Welch of Newberry went
to Columbia yesterday to attend the
m State summer school at the University
of South Carolina for high school
W teachers.?The Record.
Little Misses Helen and Frances
Bedenbaugh of Prosperity came to
Eau Claire yesterday and will spend
some time "with their aunt, Mrs. R.
It C. Counts, at her home,, 4011 Ensor
& street.?Eau Claire cor. The State.
^ Messrs. Arthur Hipp and Gray
Dickert and (Misses Bessie McCarey
B and Mary Dickert and Mrs. G. E. Mc
Carey of Newberry motored to GreenK
wood to spend yesterday with Mr.
and Mrs. H. E. Corley.?Greenwood
R (Mrs. J. W. Haltiwanger paid a
ww 5non visit io iNewuerry last wees, returning
on Tuesday evening with her
son, James, who has been for several
wL weeks on a visit to his grandparents.
B Miss Cornelia Mayer of Newberry,
Converse junior, spent Friday in
fc>lumbia with Miss Katherine Ball
?l her way to Winnsboro to join a
Huse party being given by Miss Liz
REPORT OF (OF.\TY SITE RYPSOR FOR THF MO\
74^. T. H. Teague, chaingang?commutation tax
74i?. Sid Smith, chaingang?commutation tax
750. W. J. Miller, chaingang?commutation tax
751. T. P.Richardson, roads and bridges
752. T. R. Campbell, chaingang?commutation tax.. .
753. Elbert Gallman, roads and bridges
754. Ben Brown, chaingang
755. M. J. Smith, county home
756. J. M. Nichols, chaingang
o*. r. tr. uromer, coixiixiuuttnun to.a
758. W. H. Folk, county home
759. M. D. Derrick, ferry
760. J. A. Sease, roads and bridges
761. Miller Bros. Co., chaingang
762. J. C. Sample, salary
763. J. W. Epting, salary
764. L. C. Livingstone, salary
765. H. C. Holloway, salary
766. Chas. P. Barre, salary
7?7 .Trio I.. Eo*)s. salary
768. F. M. Lindsay, salary
769. J. E. Halfacre, salary...
770. W. S. Melton, salary.
771. D. J. Taylor, salary
772. Jno. C. Goggans, salary
773. C. G. Blease, salary
774. W. S. Mann, pablic buildings z .
775. C. B. Livingstone, roads and bridges
776. R. L. Sterling, chaingang
777. Ed Suber, ferry
778. W. M. Dorroh, salary
779. J. A. Kinard, roads and bridges
780. L. W. Rikard, roads and bridges.. /
781. Herald & News Co., printing, etc
782. J. G. Miller, chaingang?commutation tax
783. G. V. Boozer, county home
784. Dr. P. E. Way, county home
785. T. Vigodsky, county home
786. Lominack & Reighley, county home
787. W. W. Wicker, roads and bridges
788. Summer Bro*,., Co., roads and bridges..
789. Wm. Johnson & Son, roads and "bridges.. ., .. ..
nnA n T> J -11 J
<i?v. sr. jd. uuen, ruaus auu uuueco .. .
791. G. A Dickert, chaingang
792. Hudson & Bouknight, chaingang
793. J. H. Ringer, board of assessors
794. G. J. Jones, chaingang..*
795. E. M. Martin, chaingang
796. H. C. Dominick, chaingang
797. Dr. P. E. Way, chaingang
798. T. Vigodsky, chaingang
799. Great Eastern Shoe Co., chaingang
800. A. P. Boozer, chaingang
801. W. S. Cook Mercantile Co., chaingang
802. Epting & SWittenberg, chaingang
803. J. S. Dominick, chaingang
804. Holloway Bros., chaingang
8$5, J. C. Smith, chair gang .
806. E. L. Rodelsperger & Co., chaingang
807. Lominack & Reighley, chaingang
808. Rikard & Long, chaingang'.
809. G. V. Boozer, chaingang
810. B. F. Melton, repairs public buildings
811. Observer Printing Co., printing, etc.,
812. Chas. P. Barre, office supplies and expenses.. ..
813. Mayes Book Store, office supplies and expenses.. .
814. H. W. Schumpert, supt.?public buildings
sin - .Tno. CI Gossans. clerk, office supplies
816. Dixie Stamp & Stationery Co., office supplies..
817. Rikard & Long, public buildings
818. Dr. P. E. Way, public buildings
819. J. W. Sanders, board of assessors
820. P. N. Boozer, board of assessors
821. Otto Klettner, board of assessors . .. ,
822. B. R. Long, board of assessors
823. R. C. Neel, board of assessors
824. W. E. Wallace, board of assessors
825. C. G. Blease, expense
826. C. G. Blease, dieting
827. Frank R. Hunter, agent?contingent (bonds)..
828. J. H. Summer & Co., contingent?rural police.. .
829. Dr. T. B. Jacobs, chaingang
830. John Hill, ferry
831. Pitts & Swindler, chaingang
832. EL S. Fulmer, chaingang
833. W. P. Lominack, county home
834. H. C. Lake, chaingang
835. L. L. Dominick, roads and bridges
836. H. M. Henderson, roads and bridges (1915) ..
837. John C. "Wilson, roads and bridges
838.Jno. L. Epps, county treasurer?court expenses.. .
J. C. S
H. C. HOLLOWAY, Coi
Statement Showing Exact Financial Condition of Ap]
Tear 1916 as It Appeared at the End of the Monti
1. For salaries county officers.. $ 8665.0*
2. For salaries magistrates, constables, fees- . 2500.0<
3. For county home, pensioners,, paupers . .. 3000.0'
4. Roads, bridges and ferries. 10000.0'
5. For chaingang ' 7500.0
6. For repairs public buildings 750.0
7. For books, stationery, prihting 750.0
8. For contingent expenses end supplies for
public buildings and county officers.. .. 2000.0
9. For county physicians 200.0'
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10. For county board of education
11. For court expenses 2500.0'
12. For board of assessors, etc 450.01
13. For sheriff?dieting and incidentals 1800.01
14. For post mortems and lunatics 400.0<
15. For insurance 450.0'
16. For interest on loans 2000.0'
17. For contingent and miscellaneous 2500.0'
18. For commutation tax 2604.0'
J. C. S.
H. C. HOLLOWAY, Cot
Approved: J. B. HALFACRE, County Auditor.
zie Doty, who has just been graduated Charles P. Bai
from Converse college.?The State. education for S
[Miss Leola Bedenbaugh of Po- a visitor to Col
maria, Miss Olga Dosher and George during the day
Dosher of Charleston paid a short mobilization can
visit to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rich- is not offering fi
ards last week, en route to Washing- devote his entir<
ton and Philadelphia. They will 0f law\ He is
make the trip in an automobile.? berry college a
The State. of South Carolii
Til OF Jl'Nt, 1 illti. i
41-97 BARBECUE?We will give a
69.45 class barbecue at the Xewber:
35.00 Friday, July 21. The dinnej
15-00 t>e cooked by the old cook, 1
Wicker. A good dinner is pre
o6.23 tQ alj Every candidate is eej
54.30 , invited. B M Suber and
67.06 BARBECUE?I will give a first
6.75 barbecue with the usual goo<
100.00 ne"r at Pleasant on Jul;
12.50 campaign day, and will give
12.50 service and make it pleasant i
41-66 who attend. G. H. Cromer and
25.00 WE WILL GI'VtE a first class 1
* 1 P P ,ir
.. li.ou cue m l.virs. jVLaueLl S paouuac <
verstreet on Wednesday, Jul;
75.00 Kice shady grove. All arrange
22.90 f0r the candidates to speak.
. : 116.66 f0r the speakers. Seats foi
40.00 listeners. All candidates are
6.00 Good dinner. C. B. Berr
75.00 BARBECUE?We will give a
4.25 class barbecue in front of ]
92 Leitzsey's residence July 27,
8.60 Everybody invited. B. B. Le
An rm A T^itzsev ,T P Lominac
' "XV.VV ?
70 BARBECUE at St. Pauls?Und<
2.10 auspices of the ladies of tl
65.00 Pauls Lutheran church a bai
5.33 will be served at the c
84.08 grounds on July 15. The dinn
10.36 he cooked by that famous cui
20.72 D. H. Kibler.
6#00 ^e -Sfchool Improvement as
26.45 ^on the St. Phillips schoo
39.25 &ive a barbecue in Mr. T. E.
6.50 acre's grove near the school
" ~ ~ J * 1 Cj.
5 55 on August 1U ior me Deueui, <
125 school. Everybody and the
42.00 dates are invited. There will -1
23.90 tertainment arranged for the
29 25 1
I will furnish a barbecue s
lo.<o . , .
maria on campaign day Augu
0 Good dinner and pleasant day
32.?0 . ,
lsed to all.
J. "Walter Richard
' We the undersigned will give
64.(0 C]ass Barbecue at New Hope c
Qaturdav Tillv 29 191fi for the
fit of the Broad River circuil
( ' sonage. Everybody is invited to
out and enjoy the day with us <
20.83 .. .. ' . .
the same time help a good caus<
80 NOTICE *>F ELECTION IN RU1
9 90 FORD SCKOOL DISTRICT
Whereas, one-third of the re
* electors and a like proportion
resident freeholders of the a|
twenty-one years, in Ruth
o school district, No. 23, of the <
of iNewoerry, State of South Ca:
82-?? |?? a Wia f
90-00 'y board of education for v
13-5? H?ty' Carolina. vetit
7.50 and requesting ?iat ?? ,
4.50 in said scw *? ^
L25 I "Vestioa ?t'erring an ad/^ ?
" " l^clZuT^Cmty b
AMPLE ?* ?0lltil Carolina, do hereby
inty Supervisor. ' the boar(J of trustees of the
ceipts and registration certil
hold an election on the said qi
, of levying an additional speci
jropriations for the
* T . ioic Of two (2) mills to -be collect
i of Jnne, 1916. , _ 9
1. Paid. Balance. the Pr?Perty located in the
) $6441.04 $2223.96 sct001 district, which said e.
) 1415 26 1084 74 sba11 1181(5 at ttie Ruth
) 1961 26 1038 74 school house in said school d
9 6466!ll 3533*89 Na ^ ?n Frida''> the 14th <
0 6902 77 597 23 1916, at "which sai<* lectii
0 114 85 635.15 P?lls siia11 be 0Pened at 7 a. r
a ?33 89 116.18 closed at 4 p. m.
The members of the board o:
0 1428.34 571.66 tees of sai(* school district shi
0 34.00 166.00 as managers of said election.
0 42.00 3.00 in said school district and
I) 1298.20 1201.80 real or personal property for
) 337.60 112.40 tion, and -who exhibit their t*
) 1452.41 347.59 ceipts shall be allowed to vote.
) 410.96 ceipts, shall be allowed to vote.
0 189.25 260.75 tors favoring the levy of sucl
) 1184.76 815.24 shall cast a ballot containing
0 802.85 1697.15 word "Yes" YrTitten or printed
0 760.48 1843.52 on, and each elector opposed t<
AJtfPLE, levy shall cast a ballot containi:
mty Supervisor. -word "No" -written or printed
Given under our hands and
mm^mi?^? this the 28th day of June, 1916
Chas. P. Bar
rre, superintendent of 0. B. Cannon
ewoerry county, -was Ben. Off. Setzl
umbia yesterday and im,
i-T- ? O*-/! + < >
visnea uie oiaic ^ ,
,r _ invigorating to tfte Paie and i
ip at Styx. Mr. Barre *
, . The Old Standard general strengtherini
3r reelection, but "will grove's tasteless chin tonic, dr
Meltria.enricheit be blood .and-builds op
; time to the practice tem. a ton <r wordrtMitso-d^ m,
a graduate of Newnd
of the University THE HERALD AND NEWS,
ia.?The State. YEAR FOR ONLY $1-50.
KOI*RAM OF THK >KV>IiJRRY
1 I (OlMY S. s. COWE.MION
first Lebanon Church, August 8-9, 1910 ,
ry fill, First Day?First Session.
r will Song and prayer service, by Rev.1
-I )Vi. E. V. Babb.
imised Enrollment of delegates and ap-'
)ecial- pointment of committees.
0 A. President s report and message, by ;1
o'as. F. Epting. j'
Secretary-Treasurer's report, by
J. B. O'N. Holloway.
class The Sunday School Organized for
I din- Service, by R. D.Webb.
y 14, Building Up the Sunday School
good Through the Forward Step Plan, by
'or all Miss Agnes Ravenel.
First Day?Second Session.
?-? 'Song and prayer service, by Rev. |
DarDe* F. E. Dibble.
it Sil- Reports from Division Superintend^
ments Elementary, Mrs. J. Sidney Derrick.
Stand Adult and Home Visitation, Rev.
the z> Bedenbaugb.
mvit- Home, Mrs. A. J. Bowers.
y- Teacber Training, Rev. T. C. Croker.
first Secondary?13 years to 20?Miss
3 B Eugenia Epps.
1916. Temperance, Mrs. J. M. Workman,
itzsey, Missions, Miss Lizzie Neel.
Reports of Township Presidents:
1. What we have done.
3r the 2. What we are trying to do.
tie St Township 1. Jno. H. Wicker.
rbecue Townships 2 and 3. T. W. Keith.
:hurch Township 4. J. M. Fridy.
?r will Township 5. J. Sidney Mayer.
gist J. Township 6. -Dr. W. D. Senn.
Township 7. J. Sam Werts.
Township 8. I. Preston Cannon.
Township 9. J. Sidney Wheeler.
iSOcia" Township 10. J. A. C. Kibler.
1 "will Township 11. fym. H. Folk.
Half- Uniting the Sunday School and the
house jjome Through the Cradle Roll and
Df the tjje jjome Department, hy *Mrs. J. L.
be en- Practical Ways for Making the
young school Attractive, by Mrs.
it Po- Discussion??peeches limited to
:st 1. iwo minutesprom
Questions and Answers for "The
Sunday School Teacher."
son. Tiie Teacher's Preparation of the
Lesson, by R. D. Webb.
a first Class Organization for Men and
hurcn, Women, by A. H. Bouknight.
bene- iSecond Day?First 'Session.
t par- iSong and prayer, by Rev. S. C. Eal
and at The Teacher's Duty, by Prof. 0. B.
)ers. Questions and Answers on Sunday
HER- Tiie gtrength of the Christian Ap-3
peal, hy Jas. C. Kinard.
A World-wide View of Sunday
sident g^oo^ ^0rk and Pledges Taken, hy i
of ^ Prof. R. D. Webb.
>e of How 'We Can Maintain Interest in a
erford gman g^hool, by Miss Ola Brown,
rolina, Second Day?Second Session.
coun- Song and prayer Service, by Rev.
?berry T c broker.
ioning A Practical Standard for the Ele11
mentary Division, by Miss Agnes
,n tlie Ravenel.
il spe- Tlie Correlation of the Home, tbe
e col- Church and the Sunday School in
opert} gaVjDg the Teen iAge Boy and Girl?
G. GB. (Cromer.
srsign- T^e ?pext'b00:k of the School?Rev.
LUc 1 F. E. Dibble.
State Our Aims for tbe Year?Prof. R. D.
icates Reports of Committees.
.. ' Election of Officers
. , Miscellaneous Business?Place and
, Time of Next Meeting.
terford PE TAILS OF CONFERENCE
istrict, ARRANGED BY MEXICANS
on the Carranza's Ambassador Will Advise
a. and State Department of Plans
f trus- ?
ill act Mexico City, July 9.?[Preliminary
Only arrangements for a conference of
return representatives of the /United States
taxa- Mexico to be held in some city i
ax re- in the United States tiave been com-1
Elec- pleted, it is learned from a trustwor-1
Elec- source, and it is believed that by
i tax Tuesday Mexican Ambassador Desig'
the nate Arredondo "will advise the State
there- department of the details of the plans
> euch for peace parleys. Theee, It is
ng the j understood, will -he held without dethere
Cures Old Sons, Other Remedies Went 3zr&
The worst cases, no matter of how long sta-ding,
' are cured by fhe wonderful, old reliable Dr.
t Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieve?
?a;.4 and Heals at tbf sain? time. 25<:, 5Gc. flj* (
? ? ; Only One "BROMO QUININE5' I
fo get the genuine, call for f'Al naae, I.AXAgr
tonic. riVli EROMO QUININE. Look for signature cd
ivesout E. W. GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stops
the ays- ceusih an^ headache, and work's cfi cold. 2bc
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ONB THE HERALD AND NEWS ONE
YEAR FOR ONLY $1.50.
f , *
Y YKIOCS AM) ALL AHOl'T
About )!au" the population of Newberry
emigrated to Colutiiuia ou tuc
Can the United States control the
seas? See "The Secret of the Submarine"
at the Arcade today for the
Ur. O. 0. 'Copeland of the firm of
Copeland Bros., left Tuesday for the I
Columbia hospital, where he will undergo
a painful but not serious operation.
Mr. Custic Leitzsey, rural letter
carrier at Silverstreet, has purchased
from the Friday Motor company a
Ford roadster for service on
rr_ -1- - 1 ? : V; ~ ^..o r?
in cue uegiumug ui c?ci; wis **?
the selection of a soldier depends 0?
the question:. "Is he physically perfect?"
As the war progresses an.l
the ranks are depleted the question
then is: "Can he shoot straight?"
Mr. W. G. Peterson, rural letter
carrier on route 1 out of Newberry,
4-? lifA mAmV\a*?cV?in in f!hft
?V CIS C1CL. ICU i-U 111C liicmu&iuuijj ?4i 1/"V
Rural Letter Carriers' a> iation b7
the carriers' convention which met in ,
Columbia (Monday and Tuesday of
A little sacred music on the ol-i
court house steps in the late afternoon
on Sundays by the Newberry
concert band wGuld not be out of place
and would be thoroughly enjoyed 'by a
large number of our people. They
hare them in other cities.
The rural letter carriers closed
their annual State convention Tuesday
night with an elaborate and well
appointed banquet at the Jefferson
hotel. Ex-Gov. Blease was present
and was one of the banquet speakers.
There was an immense crowd at
Pomaria on the Fourth. A barbecue
was served for the benefit of the Po?
?^j u^n tj n t*it_
uiai id ducu iiuu. 11* - uiman
of Greenwood made the address
cf the day, his subject being "Education
Large numbers of people from tha
city and the county went to Columbia.
last Sunday to see the soldiers- v
Nearly all of them went in automobiles
but as a big rain fell in the af
ternoon which flooded the roads all of
them had to "Ford" it coming back..
Every self made man and every
self made enterprise has had to begin
at the bottom. Failure is often
the result of trying to start at the
top. iMaybe tbis is the trouble with
the well puncher who is trying to dig
the new artesian well down on tha
power house lot
The rural carriers' convention in
Columbia Tuesday chose Rock Hill as.
their next meeting place for 1917.
Among the prominent men who adrflroccpH
thp rural narriprs' mnv#?ntfon
in Columbia were the following: Gov.
Manning, Lieut. Gov. Bethea, Mayor
Griffith of Columbia, Senator E. D.
Smith, Congressman Ragsdale, R. (A.
Cooper and ex-Gox. Blease.
The picture that seems certain to .
arousa the enthusiasm of all patronsof
the screen is "The Hand of Peril,"
the new World film feature starring:
House Peters, to be seen at the Opera.
House on Tuesday, July 11. It is am
adaptation of the widely read detective
stories by that brilliant author,.
Arthur Stringer, and was produced of
the most noted directors in the motion
picture industry, Maurice Tourneur,
under the personal supervision
of one of the (Paragon Films, Inc.
It may be all right to hop into your
automobile and go chasing up Main*
street through the business section at
the rate of 20 miles per hour because
aL motor vehicles are required to
stop before entering Main street. You
may be perfectly safe hi fictnf because
there are the "stop" sigm> i*
plain view and Main street is open
to you from one end to the other; so
pull your throttle open and let her
fly. But suppose some other speed
devil shnnld come tearing alons on*?
of the cross streets and in a moment
of absent mindedness forget to stop
before entering Main street. The fact
that he was to blame would be mightypoor
balm for your bleeding wounds,
granlln^ you escape with your life.
Schumpert In Atlanta.
J. -Fred Schumpert of Newfterryv
sergeant-at-arms in the 'State senate,
visited the Georgia general assembly
in Atlanta last week. The Atlanta
Journal says that Mr. Schumpert attended
the sessions in both houses
last Thursday and was an interested
spectator of the law making bodies of
the sister State. Mr. Schumpert was
honored with a seat in the senate.?
THE HERALD AND NEWS ON?
YEAR FOR $1.50.
Piles Cared in 6 to 14 Days
7onr druggist will refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching,
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding File?a 6 to 14 dpys*
The first application give" Eas* and Rest- 5Tc