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PUUEJLY PERSONAL
?he MoTeni^nts of rcauy People, Newberrians,
and Tliose Who Tisit
Newberry.
iMr. Robert D. Wright left Satur
aay ior ->ew iun.
Mr. Lambert Jones has returned
from Glenn Springs.
Miss Ruth Hamiter of Monticelio
is visiting Mrs. John A. Lindsay.
Mr. and Mrs. Garrett have gone to
Asheville to spend ten days.
Mr. Otway Salter spent Sunday in
Greenwood visiting Mr. Claud Sligli.
Miss Novice Craps has returned
home after a plea&v.nt visit to rela
tivA* in Columbia.
Smiley L. Porter of Newberry spent
? few days here last week.?Swansea
Cor The State.
Miss Margaret Burton of Xewbem*1
;
i; Miss San* Perrin's guest.?Abbe-'
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ville Cor The State.
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Miss Julia Kibier of Newberry spent '
a few days here with friends.?Bsn-.-'
berg 0>r T'u Sta*e.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sharpe ana 1
}
little child of Aiken are visiting
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relatives in the city.
Misses Leah and Ruth Boland have ;
returned to Savannah after visiting |
Miss Lucile Lathan in the city.
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Little MISS LiUUlse uaiuy na.a J,
turned home after visiting in Newberry.?Olympia
Cor Record.
Mrs. Loli Hendri.v "\ children are)
visiting her mother s. Bedenbaugh,
ia Newberry.?Olympia Cor Record.
I.VCiss Pearle Clarke is visiting relatives
and friends in Newberry.?Lexington
News.
Mrs. J. Frank Brown, of Prosperity,
spent last week here with her brother, .
Mr. J. P. Wise.?Tlie Jasper Herald.
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Mr. Thomas H. Cromer and Mr.;
Harmon Cromer of Greenville were
in Nedberrv Saturdav ni?Iu and
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Sunday. j
J\.'rs. Pope Morris una little da ugh- '
ter, Edna, are visiting Mrs. Morrir
p rents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Rodc.rperger.
!
>V:r. and Mrs. W. C. Herbert hav-T
returned frcn: Newberry where they
spent the summer.?isennettsvmc
Cor he State.
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Misses Hilda and Corrie Beik*
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Crouch are visiting their sister, Mrs.
J. Gordon Payne, of near Chappells.?
? aluda Cor The State.
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Mr. R. H. Greneker of the Obseri
ver is back on the job again aft^r,
trending his vacation with relative;
and friends in Laurens county.
Kelley Aull is spending a few days
with his cousin, Jimmie Lee Aull, of
Pomaria.?Pleasant Grove Cor Saluda
Standard.
Mr. Frank R. Kneece of upper Main
street is spending some time "with
relatives near Prosperity, 3. C.?Lexington
News.
Mr. and Mrs. Mart Ruff and family,
of Newberry, are visiting in this
neighborhood.?Butler Cor Saluda
Standard.
Miss Louise Mayer, cr rrosperuy is
the guest of Miss Marion Miller this
week.?Pleasant Grove Cor Saluda
Standard.
Miss Sara Perrin entertained at *
bridge party on Saturday in honor of
Miss Margaret Burton.?Abbe villa
Cor The State.
Mr. Dave and Miss Geneva Thornton,
of Newberrv, have been visiting
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their uncle and aunt. Mr. ani Mr?.
Ben Davis, on Bluff road.?Olymphi 11
for Record
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Irs. AY. W. WUlingh'm ani Mrs.
J. K. Willingham. of Newberry, have
"be-i visiting the former's daughter,
iECrs. L. S. Darby, on Olymphia ave j
i ue.?Olymphia Cor The Record.
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Misses Anna Julia and Cleo Harmon,
of Prosperity, spent Saturday:
night with Misses Ellie and Eul.i Cameron.?Pleasant
Grove Cor Saluda
Standard.
Prof. J. B. Bushardt and family
ihave returned from an extended
visit to relatives at Augusta, Ga. They
vivi:el reiatr.es at Newberry
! while away.?Honea Path Chronicle.
!
Mrs. Annie King of Atlanta is
j spending the week with her parents
i Mr ami Mrs Fr;ink Mavbin. near
! Whitmire. Mrs. Maybin has been
quite ill but is somewhat improved.
.
Miss Mary Hentz of Pomaria was
the guest of Miss Bertie Moore last
week. They left a few days i>go for
, Starr where they will spend a week
I visiting friends.?Cross Hill Cor
TJ/\r>?io PoMi rMirnnirlp
xxuu^a jl um v*** v?.v ?v.
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! Misses lone Smith of tAbbevilie.
Mary Frances Pool of Newberry and
>.ell and Jean Griffin of Williamston
;ie the house guests of 'Misses Ed "?
; n d Louise Sullivan.?Honea Pat'l
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Cor The State.
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: Mr. 3. G. Langford with his family
I left today for Xewberry to make that
I their home. Mr. Langford has been
. with the Southern Power 'Company
here for the past three years, -and has
many friends "here who will regret t')
see him le.;ve.?The Union Progress.
Miss .Martha Oreighton. Lancaster
county's popular and efficient home
demonstration agent, returned to Lancaster
this week after an absence k
reveral weeks spent in Newberry an 1
Florence counties.?Lancaster Co*The
State.
On Wednesday owning Ivliss Marfile
Richardson entertained a IVw
friends in honor of the 'Visses Kres*
ler a lid Evans of Newberyr. Progressive
conversation was the game
of the evening. Lemonade and cake
were served.?White Rock Cor Th-3
State.
Mr. R. H. Greneker of Newberry is
pending his vacation in the count',
with Mr. W. F. Wright and other rel- i
p*ivos. Mr Greneker lias n^meror
friends in Laurens who are always
f-"r.d to see him. He is now connect- j
' (1 with tho Xewherry Observer.?
1 . ' ~or.s Advertiser
Miss Byrd Wright, after a veryj
pleasant visit to relatives in this city.;
l as returned to her home in Laurens j
county. She is a young lady of j
agreeable and charming manners who j
made friends in N\>wberry. Mis -:
Y,'right comes from a section of fine j
county noted for its pretty and intel- j
:.cr??nt a:v.l cultivated girls.
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VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT
The county campaign meeting s
being held today at Jalap-.1.
"The 'Weaker Strain," chapter ni \o j
o? the 'Who's Guilty?" series, at t.?c I
Arcade Thursday, August 17.
Saturday's mail brougt an open
tell from the farm of Mr. R. M. Werts
cf Gary.
Victor Moore will appear in a new
Paramount production "The Clown."
:t the Arcade Friday.. August IS
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Mr. Toiil C. Chalmers has moved
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in to the Shelley house in High Point
vq.p 1 r rl h / Vrs Ifihi Aull.
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Frank Daniels, the celebrated coTomorrow"
will be the Paramount
picture at thv Arc?J.e Wednesday.
August 16.
i ?.:r Hump Cousins will move into
i
. V house vacated by (Mr. Tcm
.timers. Mr. Cousins has 'jc .^it
. t. is placv.
| The County Mission:iry institute oi
} tlie Presbyterian church will hold it3
annual meeting at DominicVs school
hcuse. date given /^ter.
!
! Tlv regular monthh meeting nr t le
' 'V-'. c. T. U. will mee; Tuesiay afterneon
at "> o'clock at the re i-.'ence of
; Mrs. Mary 'bright.
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I>r.niel3 to ccl^br t^d ^dJ
nvr- 'ian will appear at the Arcade in '
a . >? ci Vitograph V. L. S. E. com|
e-'1:-^ S-e them every Thursday in
1 c ??:nvr. with "Who's Guilty?"
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Ice water from Wells is appreciat1
efi at the Opera House by people who |
f:o there to hear fine music and to see I
the fine pictures at that cool and cani- j
t; rv retreat, and it is a srreat treat, i
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Francis Bushman and Beverlj" |
Bayne will be in "The at -'
Curtain*' Tue=da~ ^-^eline Polini
in "The Little Church <Around th
Corner."
More new music just received at
^ht Oprca House. Hear it while thn
h< aring is good. There is no rtonnt
about good music being card at the
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[opeia House. It is trie house ot'
j ^ood muhie and good pictures.
There was a reunion of the Far
I TOY JLiUllIiy dl tut: uuuit; ui ->ii. j.
E. Farrow at Fountain Inn Ia..t Satt)
day. Mr. W. W. Farrow and the
children were present. Mr. Farrow
joined them on Sunday. They will
be gone some days.
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j Only a few weeks ago the first
cotton blooms were 'being brought to
this office. Already the first open
bolls are coming in. Soon the picking
season will be in full blast. The
summer is passing, the harvesting of
ciops is near and soon we will be
wrapped in the gray mantle of win
r once more.
The annual picnic at Beth Eden
vill hp hplrl on Thursdav of this
week. This has been a feature of the
social life of this community to-:
j twenty years or more >and all tue
, people of tue community unite in a
,.?v of so al pleasure ard hr\o a
"ueaki ist. dinner and supper togeth
or. But the dinner is the feature of
the day so far as the eating goes.
And there will be a good dinner there
J iii U day.
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Here are the attractions at the
j Opera House the balance of this
J wick: Tuesday?doubleheader?"The
: Girl at the Curtain" and ' The Little
j Church Around the Corner." ''Never
j Again," and "Th eCowpuncher's
! Peril." Wednesday. "The Ancient
I Blood," and "The Great Invention."
j Thursday, "Would You Forgive Her "
j "The Wtdding Day." "Pokes and
j.Jabs," "The Strange Case of IMary
! Page." Friday. "A Traitor to Arts."
I ::nd "The Mysterious Cypher." in the
! Hazards of Helen series. Saturday,
| "Out of Flotsam." Selis: Tribune.
"Ham the Explorer," and "Krazy Kat
Komedy."
OMA A FEW OF Tilt OLi)
GUAK1) NO*Y
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I Mr. \Y. G. Patterson. :.e veteran
; nuil carrier on Koute .\o. \ ivo.n
I Xev. aerry, says that there are oniy
{:i i'cw 01 lite old comrades of his col*any
left, and that the death of Liei
:tenant Pullig a few days removed ai;
1 of the commissioned officers of Co. B.
! 3rd regiment S. C. V.
In speaking to The Herald and
News of the death of Mr. Pullig Mr.
Patterson said:
'Lieutenant S. W. Pullig who died
at She:ton on the Gth of 'August was
rhe last commissioned officer of Co. B.
Third S. C. V. Infantrv. So far as I
>
know there are only two commissioned
officers of the Third regimen:
now living, viz.. Captain D. A.
i Dickert of Co. H. and Captain
| Thomas Duckett of Co. 1. Ccmpan/
! B. of the Third .has two sergeants
' " " ^ ^ 1 1 1 TI? O
I living. E. r. Jtsrauiey ana w. u. - ca.ison;
also J. W. lAIcKittrick, W. J. Kel!
ler, Joseph Pitts and W. P. Davenport
i and'Thomas Grimes of Texas are the
only privates now living.
"Lieutenant Pullig was first a Tnem:
bar of J. C. S. Brown's company of
II le Third, but when the company was
i discharged at Lightwood Knot Springs
: he joined Co. B as a privat3. He wa.s
! a splendid soldier and later was
elected lieutenant of the company
and served to the end of the war. He
then moved to Louisiana and only
returned to South Carolina two or
thre? years as:o.
GLASSES
If you need tliem, we have tliem.
P. (. JEWS & CO.
: Jewelers, lYateli Makers & Opticians
P. C. Jeans, Optometrist.
11 Dr. F. C. Martin |
i Jpeciausi?
t Examines Eyes, Fits Glasses J
and Artificial Eyes.
! <}
r If your eyes are giving you %
: ^trouble don't fail to consult him J
t Satisfaction Guaranteed. *
v Office ove: Anderson's Dry J;
I % Goods Store. *
I*?
TEACHERS WANTED? (l)LVIen for
' tov.'n and country schools $60 to
$75. (2) Ladies coratn-mg musu;
and common schocl, unprecedented
demand. (3) Grade and high
school. Can plate all qualified
teachers for any ci" the above. Write
today, Southern Teachers' Agency.
Columbia, S. C.
8-8-lt
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MONDAY, AUGUST 14.
D A MEL FROHMAN Presents
Louise Huff
in
^DESTINY'S TOY"
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A Famous Players Paramount in 5 acts
TUESDAY, AUGUST 15.
MUTUAL FILM CO Presents
Juanita Hansen
in
"THE SECRET of THE SUBMARINE"
Two other selected Patheplays.
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10.
lM.MLL rnunjiA.^ rreseuis
Mary Piekford
in
/ -THE DAWN OF A TOMORROW" I
i i Famous Player Paramount in 5 acts i
THURSDAY. AUGUST 17.
; PAT HE EXCHANGE ISC Presents Anna
Mlsson ?nul Tom 3Ioore
i
in
"WHO\S GUILTYr*
Kr.MiL- I15 :i V. i < ? ' ri?nu?'lv.
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FiijDAi, ATGUST IS
.JESSE LA SLY Presents
Victor Moore
in
THE (LOvVV
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j A I.asky Paramount in 5 acts.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 1J).
PA THE EXCHANGE I>C Presents
Pearl Wliite. ,
in
'THE IRON (LAW/'
i m j I. ? . . 11. 1 ^
iwo ouier seieciea rainepiajs.
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; DIXIE STAMP & STATIONERY I
COMPANY, Columbia, S. C. Office '
: and bank supplies. Manufacturers
of rubber stamps, seals, etc., qua!- ;
I itv and service. Prompt attention
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to mail oraers.
: r>-1 9-tf.
I T. M. HOGERS
; Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician.
All Work Guaranteed.
Corner Caldwell and Friend Streets-!
.Newberry, S. C.
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A big, r<
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:j Here's a car that y
Every advantage?every
starter and lights, demou
able seats?and beautiful
It's the great econ<
milpc npr callon of gasoli
"*"vw r? o ^
Think of the low pur^has
then compare th3 Maxwe
sand dollars.
You'll buy a Ma:
1 Let us show you.
Take a
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New Fri
CttQ!
F. O, B. De!
TO niEVE> r srjiKAD OF
JNFANT3LE PAKaL?&IS '
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Health Officer J. C. Adams has re- j
ceived a circular from the secretary i
of the State Board of Health to re-'
quire all children leaving town to 1
have a certificate from the board o*' j
health that they have not come in j
CUIliaia v> iin <iii> va-scs.
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The following is the circular:
Insert circular here i
To All Kail way Conductors in South
Carolina. j
.v authority vested !n the Stitei
health officer by paragraph 614, (cod-jj
of lavs for t ?e State of S?'J< Car-!
lma, 191V., the follov I:;g ults will j
be regarded in regard to tickets o: j
rtrsons traveling in South Carolina- j
First. Xo ticket or pass shall be ac j
cepted fro-n anv child under 16 years !
. !
oi' afre, ur.'ess a certificate in tJie ici- j
lowing fo~m is presented:
'! Who ""a JL Ma/ Concern:
191 '
This is to cer fy that ;
0!' has be-1 in good'
health ar.d is not known to have been I
in contact with any case of infantile ;
paralysis (aente ..r.r?r:or polioraye-j
litis) and does no. ccir.e from an in (iiirned)
i
This oeriiiioate mast be slzne i by {
ti e locai bo 1 rd of hea'th, whore one !
exist-, or v here no local board 0!:
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health exists, by family physician, or j
a reportable physician residing in that;
locality, that the child ha* not been
in contact with a case of infantile)
par.ilysis and has not had the disease
rhis year.
Second. When notified by the se^- j
rotary of the State board cf health 1
th: t a town is unr.'er quarantine. r.o
ticket* will .be sold to children under
1C vears <"?f r?e.
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T ire The sec^t: rv of t;,e Sta'e |
hoard of health will f urnish the:
names of such towns, when ncce -
.sa'
J .mes A. Harne. }.f. D.
r'r retary and Sta.e Health Officer. '
Columbia, S. C., August 11, 1916.
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Barbecue at Pomaria.
The members of New Hope and :
Morris Chapel will give a first cla>- '
barbecue at Pomaria on Saturday. |
Sept. 2, 1!;lb'-for the benefit of tin !
Methodist parsonage. Good dirrno-'
guaranteed. Come and enjoy tin!
day.
.T. L. Grab m,
M. H. Kinard.
Comm-ittoa. '
I
axwe
>omy Fami
only $595!
our family will enjoy?that
feature that the average f
ntable rims, one man top, pier
appearance.
)my car. Owners are averaf
ne?and from 7,000 to 10,000
>e price?and this unusually
ill with others selling for any
swell when you realize the
Vacation Everj
In a Maxwell!
? A _ _ s .
ma j\uu
Newberry, S. C.
Ce
troit V?-.
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Opera House 1
PROGRAMME 1
TUESDAY, AUGUST 15. 1
-THE UIKL A1 THE IJUiiiAiflr*
2 Act Essanay. \
FRAMES iHSHMA> and BEVERLY
BAYNE.
-NEVER AGAIV I
vim comeay.
Flump and Runt. J
' THE C(MVPU> CHERTS PERIL" *
Seiig.
TOM MIX. |
WORLD FILM (OR Presents J
EMELISE POLIXL J
"THE LITTLE CHURCH A&OtTND
THE CORNER*
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16.
' THE ANCIENT BLOOD* I
3 Act Knickerbocker.
VIRGINIA NORDEN.
THE GREAT INVENTION" I
Ka'em Comedy.
Sis Hopkins.
THl'KSDAY, AUGUST 17.
-V/OILD VlIC FORGIVE HER" 1
3 Act Vitagraph.
Leali liiiird and Van Dyke Brooke. ^
"THE WEDDING DAY"
Vim Comedy. j
POKES AND JIBS?" j
The 12tli Episode of 'The Strangr? M
Case of Mary Page/'
Annual Picnic Beth Eden. J
The annual picnic at Beth Eklen ffl
Lutheran church v.-ill be held on
Thursday August !!7. The public is
invited to attend.
SPECIAL NOTICES
I Ol'SE FOR RXT?Possession given
S..ntAmhf>r 1 For narricular.
apply to E. H-. Livingston ' at Far112ors
Oil Mill.
S-i."-3t.
BARBECUE?There will be a ba/'
- J ~ i
oecue servecx ai ?><jny oue*?c uu
Thursday by Mr. Caldwell Ruff an-1
Mr. Henry Coun>s It will be at th;
rid Melvin Singlev pia.e a.id this j
an ileal place for a cue. M
* & >!
ly Car? |
they will be proud of!
.1 Tri
<tmily desires, ?.&ectric
ity of room, big comfort
jing more than twenty 1
miles per set of tires. I
low upkeep expense? *
thing under one thou- j
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