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Movenr-nts of irany People, >*ewbeirians,
and Those Who Visit
r "a van has returned from
i i* C"' - i % .
- 1 Rc.:;i is visiting reiaiivea
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^5iss Mar?ai\ t S. eak 01 Kinards is
the ^uesi o; .Mrs. il. M. Evans. Sr.
Mrs. J. Ryan Woikmr.n Returned
-Veunerday to her home in Laurens.
.Mr. c. D. Weimar of Charleston was \
in tiie city this week.
Mr. Xed Purcell was in Columbia |
Miss Bess Burton has returned
from Greenville and Easley.
Miss Ethel Eleazer of Sring Hjil is
the guest of Miss Marion Jone.
Jdiss Annie Kibler has returned
from Cross Hill.
Mr. Oliver Lindsay, son of Mr. John
A. Lindsay, is visiting the parental
Miss "Dutch" Fant returned Thursday
from Carlisle where she was th*
guest of Miss Florence Deaver.
Miss Katherine Efird of Lexington
i? thp .en est of her aunt. Mrs. S. J.
Derrick, on the campus.
Miss Margaret Speake returned to
Xinards Saturday after a visit of Several
days to Mrs. E. M. Evans, Sr.
Miss Cornelia Mayer has returned
Xrom a visit to friends at Winnshoro
Mrs. R. L. Dacus and son, Robert, of
Greenville are the guests of IMr. and
Mrs. J. M. Kibler.
Miss Nellie Adams of Clinton is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. E. M. Evans, Jr., returned
Monday from "Carlisle after a visit
to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Deaver.
IMiss Ethel Russell of Clinton spent
several days this week here, the guest
os Miss Harriet Adams.
Miss Kitty Link has returned to her!
liome at Abbeville after a visit to
Miss Alary Frances Pool. I
Mrs. John B. Glasgow and Miss;
Adele Glasgow of l.YIarshal, Tex., are '
the guests of Mrs. J. Henry Harms. I
Mrs. 'William Jeter has returned to j
her home at Carlisle after a visit f
to iier aunt, Miss Minnie Gist.
Mrs. J. E. Johnsoton and sc-n are
visiting relatives in Newberry coun.ty.?Greenwood
Miss Lucia Arnold is spending two |
weeks with Miss Marie Moore in New- !
berry.?The 'Anderson Mail.
Tklrs. Jessie Armond Kelly of Colum- j
"tola is in the city for the Normal. She j
will visit relatives while here.
jI". Wm. Johnson has returned j
from a two weeks visit to friends in j
Waxhaw, X. C.
Mr. Julius B. Boozer left Sunday for j
Columbia to spend a few days with j
Miss Annie Amick is the guest of
hisses Inez and Marie Wessinger 01
^Miss Ellen Wheeler lias returned to
lier home in Prosperity.?Winnsboro
News and Herald.
"Mr. Nat Gist, of Newber.y was in
town last week.?Bisnopville leader
Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Burns and j
vdaughter of Newberry are visiting:
^relatives in the city.?The Sumter
T&JSb Daisy Wilson has returned
"from i. visit to relatives in Xew-1
.'berry.?Clinton. Cor. Sparanburg Her:ad.
Miss Ernestine Barre of Lexington,
after attending the Sunday School,
Normal at the college last week, is
visiting relatives in the city.
Mr. Julius and Mr. Karl Kinard
have returned from a visit to relatives
in Prosperity, Clinton and Newijt-i,
y.?Tile Greenwood Journal.
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A.r. and Mrs. Ernest Summer 01
Greenwood spent the week, end with
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H Summer in East Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cromer and
daughter, Miss Ethel, of Greenville
are visiting at the home of Mr. J. H.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Fleming and
son, Robert, of Laurens spent several
days this week with Dr. and Mrs. 0.
Misses Mildred Purcell, Cora Ewart
and LMr. J. M. Kinard, Jr., are the
guests of 'Miss Julia Ward at Prosperity.
Mrs. M. O. J. Kreps of Columbia
came Monday to atend the Lutheran
Sunday School Normal at 'Newberry
Mrs. A. T. Brown left Friday to
visit relatives at Williamston, from
there she will got to Glenn Springs
for a short stay.
IMisses "iDutch" Fant, Cora Ewari
and Hulda Longshore are attending
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a nouse party given uy uvir. ucuibc
Riser at his borne near Clinton.
Misses Eva Gary and Eva Goggans
returned Friday from Columbia after
p, visit to Mr. and Mrs. James Goggans.
Misses Jean, Nelle, and Mary Hart
Griffin have returned to their homb
at Williamston after a visit to Mrs. A.
T. Brown. c
Miss Elizabeth Deaver retured to
her home at Carlisle, "Wednesday
after a visit "to Miss Sara Fant. iMiss
Fant accompanied her home for a
visit of several weeks.
Little Misses Sara and Carolyn
Boland of Little Mountain have returned
home after a pleasant visit to
their cousin, little Miss Martha Lathan.
Mr. Walter Brown and bride of
Gerard. Georgia, stopped over in New.
berry a few days with Mr. and Mrs.
'Walter Hardeman. The happy
couple are on the way to the mountains
for a breezy vacation.
Misses Eva Gary and Eva Goggans,
who have been spending some time in
the city, visiting Mrs. James Goggans
and Mrs. Alan Johnstone, Jr., returned
this ;afternoon to their homes in
Newberry.?The Columbia Record.
Miss Olga Hope of Newberry is visiting
Mrs. Clarence Richards on
Maple street. Mrs. Richards also had
as her guest last week, Miss Olga
Doscher and George Doscher of
Charleston and Miss Leola Bedenbaugh
of Newberry.?The State.
TARIOUS A>'D ALL ABOUT
Good music, Feature plays and
expert projection, spell? The Arcade.
Rev. W. B. Way of Greeleyville |
will preach at O'Neall Street Wednesday
evening at S o'clock.
"The Secret of The Submarine"
every Tuesday. "Who's Guilty?''
every Saturday at the Arcade.
With three garages doing business
in Newberry and three more likely to
open who will say Newberry is not
well supplied along this line?
" Sam Wise colored was arrested in
Batesburg last Tuesday and returned
to Newberry where he is wanted for
breach of contract.
Mr. Jno. A. eterson is the local
tomato champion. He shipped to a
friend two tomatoes that weighed
three and one fourth pounds.
The Chevrollett '.Motor Car Company
opened a place of business in
the McCauglirin block next door to
the Fridy motor co.
Rev. G-. G. Parkinson of Due -West
conducted a service of meetings at
Trinity A. R. P. churcil iaai. Friday. |
Saturday ;.nd Sunday.
| The Ladies Aid society of liie
Church of the Redeemer will liuvt;
! "C.>:ioy ai'iorin.im. .Tr-y 2">, at 'I'
i/i-'.o? !;, tiie Mr<. O.
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as : tfemli-.! by a fall .. -.u-e and > - ?
highly cntertaininu'. The choir was
made up of some of the best mu-i t
talent in this section oi the State.
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Today is the last day for enrol.mj
for the Democratic primary. If you i
| have not put your name 011 the club j
roll hunt up your secretary today and
j put it there if you desire to vote ;*i j
; the primary. j
j Mr. Killian Houseal Stoudemire of
j Near Peaks cited of acute Niphitis last
i Monday afternoon in the 37th year of
! his age. The remains were buried
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at St
Johns. He leaves a widow and three
The Herald and News does not
make a practice of publishing anonymous
communications but the following
received through the mail is
full of interest that in this instance
space is cheerfully given: "Mr. E. B.
T71? 1 A lir_ ? O Tnlnnn
X' ecvgie ami i.vxr. via?& jcjuuj Ui. o aia^a
.have the prettiest fields of cotton iD
An interesting affair of this week to
all of the ladies will be the "Kitchen
Party," to be given at Mrs. Henry
Harms in College Street. It will be
conducted by the "Wear Ev~
minum" boys, and a complete demonstration
given. Every lady in College
street is invited and requested
to be present. A luncheon will be
The Messrs Leitzsey and Lominick
will give a barbecue at the residence
of Mr. A. Z. Leitzsey on Thursday.
Bur requests us to state there will be
plenty of shade and for the benefit 01
the ladies there will be no "chiggers," j
so he says. We suppose it is to he
taken for granted that there will be
plenty of shelter in the case of rain.
And there will be a good dinner an-J
Lightning played dangerous pranks
with the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Ewell Floyd of Near Garys Lane last
Saturday afternoon. Fortunately
both Mr. and Mrs. Floyd were not in
I the house at the time or they would in
all likelihood have been killed. The
bolt hit the chimney tearing a hole in
it, then it made a clean sweep of th?
| mantel piece tearing up everything dn
it including -the clock and some vases.
A window was smashed into a thousand
What is politics?
IAj dirty scramble for office.
What is office? t
A position with little work and big
- What is money?
A tool of oppression.
What is law?
An unequal distribution of in jusi
What is a toast?
A legalized band of robbers.
What is a bank?
A corporation that lives on the interest
of wliatt it owes.
What is poverty?
Hell on earth.
What is riches?
What is society?
Good clothes, a full pocket and an
What is civilization?
An agreement among the rich ann
strong to rob the poor and weak by
legislation, instead of by physical
What is a crank?
A man with a new idea.
WTiat is a politician?
A man who has the office itch.
What is a patriot?
A man who believes that dying for
his country is an easier job than trying
to live in it.?Fool Killer.
I The policyholders of The Farmers j
! "Vintnol Tnsnrnncp Assnriatinn of i
i Newberry county, will meet in the j
J codrt house in annual session on
j Saturday, August 5,. at 10 o'clock a. j
.m. A full meeting is desired.
R. T. C. Hunter,
L. T. Epting,
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A very enjoyable affair of last
week Y.cis t:i?? itook ;.*< ;.. ,-iven :.y '
: : i.-- s Ktlioi Eleazer or
S] rinsr iliii. A'.iiivtlv hmi.i c . o
Miss Jones hospitality. An ice
course an 1 mi.-.ts were served at the i
conclusion of the game.
A social meeting of the Epwcrth i
League of the First Methodist church, i
; was given Friday evening at the home j
of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Tarrant. About>
forty members were present and after j
a happy social hour fruit punch, ice
cream and cake were served.
Miss Bess Burton was the charming j
hostess Friday afternoon, to the j
Winthrop Daughters. About 14 mem- |
bers were present and the hostess j
served a delightful ice course, assisted
by Miss Mary L. Burton.
SOME WEATHER COMPARISONS.
The constant rains since the first |
of the month would lead many to the |
conclusion that never before had
there been such heavy down pour of
rain in this section.
Voluntary Observer W. G. Peterson
has given us some figures of heavy
rains for the past several years.
There are yet seven days of this
month and the total may reach the
high water mark if the rains continue.
The folowing or the figures:
Jnlv. 1916. until 24th. 10.59 inches.
January, 1892, 10.45 inches.
March, 1891, 14.18 inches
July, 1896, 10.14 inches.
August, 1893, 11.99 inches.
'September, 1898, 17.90 inches.
MIMSAUGH'S CLEARANCE MALE.
Mimnaugh's big July clearance sale
begins tomorrow, Wednesday, and lie
is going to put the knife into all former
prices deep and strong and the
buying public will be the gainer. He
wants to clear out all goods to make
room for his fail and winter stock.
IVfitnn.QuwVi V>q.o o lor era ot/"k/?lr an/1 it i *
f.T> lJLUIld<U ^11 CL UUVV/iV Vfruvt
always fresh because he sacrifices the
goods at the end of each season
rather than carry them over for next,
season as new goods. Read his aa
and then don't forget that the sale
starts on Wednesday.
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"The Goose Girl"
Wednesday July 25th
During the recent high water at
Chappells H. H. = Vv'aits and others j
caught 250 pounds of fisli at a single
haul; Ihe weapon used was a twine j
trap; practical^ all the fish "being
:Carp, weighing from ten pounds J
MEETING OF COU>TY DEMOCRATIC
Notice is hereby given that the,
County Democratic Executive Com-!
mittee of Newberry County will hold i
a meeting at the Courthouse at New-!
Q t~* nn Mrmrin v the 7th dav of !
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August, 1916, at 11 o'clock a. m. All'
members are urged to be present, a\ 1
tliis is a very important meeting o? j
At this meeting of the Committee,
the rolls of the Democratic dubs of |
the County will be examined. Anv j
person desiring to complain of errors
therein will be present for that pur- :
pose. Any person aemea or reiuseu j
the right to enroll will r)e "heard by j
The members of the Committee wiil
be prepared to submit their recom- i
mendations for managers, and to .
designate the polling places.
Frank R. Hunter.
County Chairman, j
B. B. Leitzsey,
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SAINTS AN:> SINNERS"
A Paramount in 3 acts.
TOED AY, Jl'LV
MI'TTAL FILM CO Presents
"THE SECRET of Hie SUBMARINE*
Two other selected Pathe plays.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 26.
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By Court3sy of Famous players
"THE (;<>OSE GIRL*
A Paramount picture in 5 acts.
<S> Conntj Campaign Schedule. <?>
Utopia, Tuesday, July 25th.
Young's Grove, Friday, July 28th.
Poma^ia, Tuesday, August 1st. :
Longshore's, Thursday, August 3rd. I
Chappells, Tuesday, August 8th.
Newberry Court House, Friday, August
Jalapa, Tuesday, August loth.
Keitt's Grove, Friday, August 18th.
Little Mountain, Tuesday, August
Newberry (West End). Saturday,
The meeting at 'Whitmire -will begin
at 2 p. m. The meeting at West
End wil begin at 8 p. m. All other
meetings will begin at 10:30 a. m.
Prank R. Hunter.
B. B. Leitzsey. Chairman.
.LOST?Pocketbook containing valuable
papers, money and checks belonging
to Capt. W. C. Workman, ]
A liberal reward for return to Capt. I
W. . Workman, Co. A. 1st S. C., j?
Regiment The Styx, S. 0. W. C.
Wallace, R. F. D. No. 3. Newberry, s
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LOST?A bunch of Keys on last Fri- j
day afternoon. Return to W. A. j j
Clamp, 408 Rodelsperger street, or. i
Baxter's Undertaking Parlor. ! 3
FOR SALE?I Pony and Harness ^
^ C" ^-rr C! it -m -m ore ft ci r* - i
tJUggy <AMU OUI1 C,? . kjuuiiuwu ^
age. ? I
Aoto Transfer?When in need of ^
Auto transfers or fresh meats call *
Bedenbaugh's Market. Phone 136. r
Wanted?Two exhibitors Tor nearby
territory. References required, but
no experience necessary. Our representative
in this city receives $60
per week. Call on him at Mrs. M.
A. Gilbert's, Main street, at 7 p. I3
m. Tuesday. He will explain tb?) work
and put you in touch with j
the company. 0. E. Bass, "The j
FOR SALE?1 1913 Model Stu'debaker
newly paiute I. Price $250.
FOR SALE?2 strip down Ford cars I _
in good running order. Just over- J j
r>o 51 nn aao-h Summers !
HO. U1CU. X i iVV/ yivvt
For Sale?.Pure bred Plymouth Rock
cockerels, 50c to 75c each. Apply
at once. The Rev. E. W. Leslie. ^
Prosperity, S. . 7-14-3t
FOR SALE?1 Nice Driving Mare, a
See us for prices. Summers o
T. M. ROGERS S
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician. s<
All Work Guaranteed. o
Corner Caldwell and Friend Streets, tl
Xewberry, S. C.
rn HOUSE WITH CLOSED ^
Henry B. WaltlialL
WORLD FILM COR. Presents TO
3IolIie Kinir in ^
"FATE'S BOOMERANG.'' I
WEDNESDAY, JULY 26.
Frank Mayo and Lillian West.
5 act Knickerbocker.
"SIS, THE DETECTIVE." I
Rose Melville as Sis, Hopking. M
Kalem Comedy. \
THURSDAY, JULY~27! A
"THE INNER GLOW." A
.. Charles Kent and Mary Maurice JB
3 act Vitagrapih.
"JINK'S BIRTHDAY PARTY.* ,
'TAUST and THE LILY." W
rue ytfi Episode of "Tlie Strange Case
SMITH'S LIVER PUS
For the relief of Torpid Liver, I
Sick Headaches, Biliousness, I
Dizziness, Dyspepsia, S'our M
Stomach, Indigestion, Loss of
Sleep, Malaria, Poison, etc.
For Sale by \ M
P. E WAY, Druggist H|
Newberry, South Carolina H
[f you need them, we hare them. V
P. . JEANS & CO.
Jewelers, Watch Makers & Opticians
P. C. Jeans, Optometrist. ^
| Dr. F. C. Martin $99
j Examines Eyes, FitsGlasses| ^8
? and).Artificial Eyes. t S
>If your eyes are giving you J
^trouble don't fail to consult himT 9
I Satisfaction Guaranteed. | JH
? Office over Anderson's Dry|| |H
? Goods Store.
DIXIE STAMP 6c STATIONERY
COMPANY, Columbia, S. C. Office^
and bank supplies. Manufacturers
of rubber stamps, seals, etc., qua!- I
ity and service. Prompt attention fl H
to mail order*.
JAiRBKCUE-?There will be a barbe-B
cue at 'Utopia, Tuesday, July 25,fl ...
campaign day. ' Special provision M jg?
always made for the ladies. Will I
expect you this time.
W. W. Herbert and Brother.
BARBECUE?We will give a first 1
class barbecue in front of ^ b. m
Leitzsey's residence July 27, 1916. M
Everybody invited. B. B. Leitzsey, j
A. G. Leitzsey. J. F. L<ominacK.
The School Improvement associa
ion of the St. Phillips school will
ive a barbecue in 'Mr. D. E. Half- V
.cre's grove near the school house fl
n August 10 for the benefit of the Jfl
ccool. Everybody and the candiates
are invited. There will be en
srtainment arranged for the young fl
I will furnish a barbecue at Po- I i;
laria on campaign day August 1. J
rood dinner and pleasant day prom
J. Walter Richardson. A
u'q the nr.HprisiVnpd will give a firsifl
f? ^ ?^uv -O W
lass Barbecue at Xew Hope churciflfflBHn!
aturday, July 29, 1916 for the beneW
t of the Broad River circuit par-w
triage. Everybody is invited to comeJB
ut and enjoy the day with us and at^|
le same time help a good cause.
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