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PCHEIA' PEKS05AL
file MoTem^ats of many People, Slewberrians,
and Those Wlie Yisit
Jiew&erry.
Miss Eloise Reeder spent several
days in Greenwood this week.
Miss Saydie Fant returned Wednesday
from Carlisle and Whitmire.
Mrs. J. P. -Shealy returned Fr:day
from a visit to relatives in Columbia.
Mr. T. Earle Hipp is the guest of
relatives in -Spartanburg.
Miss Sara Davis is visiting relatives
?t Hendersonville, N. C.
Miss A. D. Jones of Newberry is at
Glenn Springs.
Miss Mabel Crooks is the guest of
{Miss Rosabell Meetze at White Rock.
Dr. W. G. Mayes is spending ihis
vacation at Glenn Springs.
Mr. J. Nixon Butt of Jacksonville*
Fla., is visiting friends in the city.
^ t. w .Trmes has returned from
*UA IT ,
Glenn Springs.
Miss Julia Kibler has returned
from a visit to friends at Bamberg.
Misses May and Mildred Tarrant
will return Friday from Union.
Miss Annie Jones is visiting in
Brevard, N. C.
Miss May Wood returned Tuesdav
to her home at Cedartown, Ga.
Misses Kate and Sue Porter have
? - A? . J 4^ t\T/vTrr^iAf?T?tr
retUrUCU LU Ancnwcn;.
Mrs. H. H. Blease has returned
from Stanton, Va.
Messrs 0. E. Bass and E. E. HerLon-j
the "Wear Ever" boys spent Saturday
and Sunday in Saluda.
Mr. 0. E. Bass the (Wear Kver
i. an of Xewberry spent Tuesday den
on&trating in Prosperity.
Hon. B. V. Chapman candidate for
solicitor is canvassing Laurens
county this week.
Mr. and iMrs. R. H. Anderson left
Monday for Baltimore, New York, and
other northern markets.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawson Goggans
left Thursday for their home a
Dallas, Texas.
Miss Vesta Bobb leaves Friday to
visit friends and relatives in Lexing
ton.
Miss Mabel Crooks of ftfewberrv 13
visiting (Miss Rosabell Meetze.?White
Rock Cor The State.
IStessrs Frank and James Bowers returned
Tuesday from a visit to relatives
at Mullins and Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. W. M. Burns and Miss Emmie ^
Burns of Mississippi are the guests
of Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Burns.
Mrs Henderson warren of Tampa,
Fla., is the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. H. Evans.
Mr. T. E. Hipp has returned from
Spartanburg where he was the guest:
of his sister, Mrs. 'Wilson.
.Miss Annie Kibler returned Tuesday
from Greenville were she was the
guest of Mrs. R. L. Dacus.
I.Mr. Ralph Baker, a member of the
Durham, N. C., 'baseball team was in
the city this week.
Miss Lois Fant of Greenwood is the
guest of friends and relatives in the
city.
Mr. Emory Bowman left Wednesday
for Pomaria where he will be the
guest of Mr. Edwin Hentz. .
Miss Florence Rickenbach retu. ucd
to her home at Harrisburg, Pa., alter
a visit to Miss Kathryn Harms.
Mr. Allan Spearman of Columbia
came Saturday to spend a few d&ys
"with relatives in the city.
IVisspr Wondie Bowman and Trent
Keitt have returned from Glean
Springs.
Miss Sara Houseal is the guest of
Misses Agnes and Lucy Houseal at
their home in Cedartown, Ga.
Miss Hill, who has been the guest
ot Miss Genia )Wlheeler 'has returned
to her home at Cross Hill.
Mr. Clarence 'Davis returned Fri-;
day from a short visit to Augusta,'
Columbia, and other points in South j
Carolina.
Miss Mary Wood will leave Tues
dey for her home at ueaartown, <jra.-. i
after a visit to Miss Woodie Bowman i
in Wain street.
Mr. H. M. Bryson left Saturday for
Mullins, where he was called on isc
count of the serious illness of His little
daughter, Dorothy.
, iMiss Vashti Cox after a visit of
several days to Mrs. J. W. Denning,
has returned to her home in. Greenville.
rpr* tt7r\y o "n r? o 71 onVjf pj* WlSS
iYAI O. J. Of J XV L l
Dorothy, returned Friday from a visit
to relatives in Atlanta and Charleston.
Miss Maude Epting will leave Monday
for Williston where she will attend
a house party given "by Miss
Rebecca Wardlaw. j
(Mrs. Lathan and daughter returned
to Chester Tuesday after bein?
the eniests for several weeks of Mr=?.
-? ~ n M.
L. Spearman. I
Mr. H. Grady Goggans left Thursd
y for Laurens to visit his sister,
Mrs. L. G. Balle. From there he will
return to'Dallas, Texas, his home.
Miss Ramie Jones after a week's
stay with her aunt, Mrs. S. W. Den
ning, :has returned to her home ii?
Greenville.
Mrs. Hamip Hunt, of iNewberry, will
arrive this week to spend some tim^
with I.N'rs. J. E>. Erwin.?Spartanburg
Herald.
I
Mr. Luther Higgins of Newberry,
who is the Ford agent there, spent the
week-end with Ms sister, 'Mrs. Cora
Madden.?Laurens Advertiser.
Miss Lillian Kibler, of Newberry,
spent several days last week as the
guest of Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Posey.?
I.<aurens Advertiser.
IMiss Carrie Lorick has returned
from Newberry, where she has been
visiting Miss Jaunita Epting.?Waverley
Cor The State.
Miss Ora Bell Betcbman of Newberry
was the guest of Miss Marcile
Richardson last week.?White Roc1*:
Cor The State.
lilisses Maggie and Bessie Dominick
of Newberry have been visiting their
cousin, Mrs. C. W. Smith.?White
Rock Cor The State.
(Miss Mary Dunn and her house
| guest Miss Elsie Duckett of Alabama
! have returned from a visit at the
| home of Mr. J. C. Duncan, near NewI
berry.
Mr. George Gallman of Augusta,
Ga., is visting his brothers in dewberry.
He made the trip through the
county on Ms Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
Misses Katie, Lottie and Susis
| Krestler and Sadie Evans of New|
berry are visiting friends and relatives
bere.?Wbite Rock Cor Tito
State.
Eugene S. Blease, of Newberry,
spent the week-end in the city with
bis da/ugter, Mrs. J. R. Workman,
and JMr. Workman.?Laurens Advertiser.
Mr. I. (A. McDowell returned yesterday
from Columbia Hospital with
'his little son. Teddy, wbo recently
underwent an operation for appendicitis.
Mrs. Jake Geiger toad as her guests
during the past week Mrs. O'Merle
Lorick of Irmo and Miss Jessie Lorick
of Prosperity.?"Wlaverley Cor The
i State.
Miss Bertha May Grallman has returned
to her home in Newberry after
a visit to Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Gallman.
on Oak street.?W&verley Oor The
State.
~ Dimtrmn rrO-T 1Q VI SI tin f JlCf
aTJLI O. J-tU.U.JVJ-t. iw?sv? 0
sister, (Mrs. William Folk at Moncks
Corner. From this place she will go
| to Charleston. Mrs. Ringer is acI
companies! by her mother, Mrs. J. L.
| Oickert.
J Little Miss Blythe Duncan, after tan
! extended visit to friends in the city,
i has returned to Greenwood. She was
I accompanied by Master Roy Anderson
| who will visit his aunt, Miss- Susie
i Morris. '
| Dt. and Mrs. O. B. Mayer and familv
of Newberrv arrived in the city'
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i last Wednesday and spent several days >
I as the guests of Itfrs. Mayer's mother,
Mrs. W. W. Jones.?Laurens Adveri
tiser.
I
| Mrs. J. P. Shealy, who has been
. visiting iher sister, (Mrs. J.'N. Summer,
j on Taylor street, has returned to !her
! home at Newberry. She was accompanied
by Misses Helen and Minnie Lee I
, Summer, who will be her guests for
' the next two weeks.?Waverley CoThe
State.
Mrs. Fannie Boyd Riser, youngest.
| daughter of Uncle Mark M. Boyd,
deceased, left Newberry Thursday, Auf
rust 17, after a short but .pleasant
visit to relatives snd friends in the
town and count v. Mrs. Riser has gone
to eesvilJe via Prosperity, from I
whence f'he will return to the tome of
Jipt. ^fl-r<?hter, Mrs. Clara Flsburne at
TV^lterboro where sihe resides, s;nc.
ieath of "her husband, J. Boat
i'iser, wfro died on 25th. day of Feb
r; ary last.
EVANGELISTIC MEETING
AT CANJTOJf CREEK
I. will preach at Cannon Creek every
1 morning next week at ] 1 o'clock anl
| at Cannon. Creek Mission every evenjing
at 3:15 (D. V.) The public is
I cordially invited to attend these ser
; vices and our own people are urged.
ar 3 expected to attend. Let this!
jtb-ought be in every heart, "I joyed I
i when they said unto me, let us go j
| ir. to> the house of the Lord." Come:
ibre:hren -md friends and let us ail |
jv.-ork and pray for a revival meeting
and the salvati-on of lost souls.
(Sincerely,
J. Meek 'Wlhite.
ORPHAN'S WORK DAT.
For several years past the last i
Saturday in September has by many
of our citizens been observed c.3
Orphan's Work Day. The idea is to !
get men and women, boys and girls,!
to devote the earnings or the income.
I I
of the day to the sup-port of some
orphanage. We understand that all
institutions invite cooperation in this
plan 'and that September 30th is the,
day agreed upon.
BUILDING FEILUITS.
Under the City Ordinance no build-1
ing, with new work or repairs, shall
b( undertaken within the limits of th >'
town unless a permit is first obtained (
from the Building Inspector, H. B.
Wells, Fire Chief for such building,
or repairs.
The penalties prescribed will be
enforced for all violations.
Z. F. Wright.
Mayor.
8-18-31.
STRAY IMJLE?Light bay mare mule,
four or five ybara old. Left Monday
night -Reward for informatio)
leading to recovery.
R. W. Glympth,- Blairs, S. . Route L
8-18-lt.
SUFFERED THREE YEARS
^?ii*i oafk.iivnht r? a *. p
WHHUU1 ffliwuita Liuc
MRS. PILGRIM WOULD HAVE
TERRIBLE ATTACKS NEARLY
ETERY BAY.
LIKE HORRIBLE DREAM.
iStbe Declares First Bottle of Tanlac
Completely Relieved Her?Had
Been In Bad Health 10 Years.
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After suffering three long years
without "ia minutes relief" from
frrvr.hip Mrs. Rena Pilgrim,
O LUUIUUU. V* - .
I
of 15 Harris street, Anderson, S. C.,
found complete relief in the first bottle
of Tanlac she took, according to
a statement she gave the Tanlac
representative. Her statement follows:
"I suffered from stomach trouble,
which caused m-e continual pain for
three years. I did not have a minute's
relief. I could not eat anything, and
I was so yeak. I could not do my
housework. I had been in bad health
for ten (10) years, and my ailments
had been very bad during the past fl.v^
(5) years.
"My nerves were all torn to pieces,
too. Nearly every day for about nine
months, and less frequently during
the two previous years, I would have
terrible (attacks. My nerves had something
to do with them, I suppose.
Tlie6e attacks would continue an
hour or longer and I would become
unconscious. Members of my family
several times thought I was dying, and
I thought so myself. When these
attacks wore, off it seemed as if I
had had a honVole dream, and I, would
be too weak to sit u.j> or talk, even, for
for two or three hours after the spf lis
ended. Before-1 took Panlac I was so
weak I could not do my housework]
r -a-rviid have to zo to bod three;
or four times and rest a short while
during the time I was cooking each:
meal. I did not dare eat meat, and
everything I ate would cause me tc rTible
pains.
"I had tried so many medicines and
had spent so much money without
getting relief tnat I naa lost iaiui m i
medicine ialmost and had about lost I
hope of ever getting well again. I was
persuaded to take Tanlac, though, and
jWhen. I began taking it I could not
walk across the street
"Well, I am a well and happy
woman now, and it is all due- to j
Tanlac. I do my cooking, wash j
clothes occasionally, and go to town i
and anywhere I care to, for my j
strength has been returned. The i
very first bottle of Tanlac ended those J
terrible attacks and stopped the pain
in my stomach.. You can imagine
how grateful I felt when I was freed
of those pains after three long years
of steady suffering.
"Since I began takng TanLac I have,
taken two trips to Georgia to visit relatives.
I never get tired now and i
find a lot of pleasure in my housework.
I am 45 years of age, but I am
going around a lot now to make up
for the time I lost during the past.
five years. I oan eat anything now j
and a lot of it, and I never have indigestion.
"I am really a new and an entirely
different woman now, so great has
been the change since my health was,
improved. I felt fine when I had
finished my second bottle of Tanlac.
and I have not taken any in over a i
month. I ^bought six bottles at one
time, but I gave one to a friend, and
other members of my family took the
rest. I took just two (2) bottles.
"I sure can recommend Tanlac, and
I have persuaded ia lot of my friends
I
to take it. If you had seen me before
and after I took Tanlac, you
would say it lias worked a real miracle
for me. That is just the size of
if* Toning wnrVpri 10 miracle for me."
Tan>lac, the master medicine, is sold
exclusively by Gilder & Weeks,
Newberry; Prosperity Drug Co., Prosperity;
T ittle Mountain Drug Co, Little
Mountain: Dr. 'W. 0. Holloway.
Channels: Whi+nrre Pharmacy. Whitmire;
D .T Livingston, Silverstreet.
Price $1 per bottle straight.- Adv.
* 1 AT THE ?"*
|ArCADLi
FRIDAY, AUGUST 18,
JESSE L. LAiSKY Presents
Victor Moore
in
*THE CLOW
A. Lasky Paramount in 5 acts.
SATUKDAY, AUGUST 19.
PATHE EXCHANGE IXC Presents
Pearl White.
in
''THE IRON CLAW."
Two other selected Patheplays.
MONDAY, AUOUSTIIT"
DANIEL FROHMAN Presents
Ann Pennington.
in
?SUSIE SNOWFLAKE*
A Famous Players Paramount in 5 acts
TUESDAY, AUGUST 22.
MUTUAL FILM CO Presents
Juanita Hansen
in
"THE SECRET of THE SUBMARINE"
Two other selected Patheplays.
WEDNESDAY,- AUGUST 23.
DANIEL FROHMAN Presents
Mary Pickford
in
"MADAME BUTTTRFLY*
A: Famous Player Paramount in 5 acts
SPECIAL NOTICES
r rttTPin TT1/VT? TiXTT>_ D?nn Aacirtn orlvafl
1" UUOE/ rVIV JV?1 i ""i waicosjuu
September 1. For particular
apply to E. EP. Livingston at Farmars
Oil Mill.
8-15-3t.
WANTED?Four Demonstrators for
nearby South Carolina territory.
Reference 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. m.
Tuesday or call him at 364-3. He
will explain the work and put you
in touch with the company. 0. E.
Ba-ss, "The f'Wear-Ever Man."
j 8-l-3t-ltaw.
DIXIE STAMP & STATIONERY
COMPANY, Columbia, iS. C. Office
and hank supplies. Manufacturers J
of rubber stamps, seals, etc., quality
and service. Prompt attention
to mail orders,
5-19-tf.
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F. O. B. Det
A Statement From Magistrate J. A.
Kinard of >'o. !0.
(Political Advertisement.)
To ine Democratic voiers or .no. 10
Township:
I am sorry that it becomes necessary
for me to make an explanation
in regard to a little campaign slander
that has been circulated upon me
by one Geo. Cromer and others in
order to injure me in my race for
magistrate.
In regard to the beginning of this
nasty little piece of filth the undersigned
certificate will explain:
Newberry, S? C. August 11, 1916.
This is to certify that the charges of j
in nffiop made I
LLliOWxm uuw *** ?--? ?
against Magistrate J. A. Kinard of No. |
10 township by the affidavits of A. A.
Singley, G. M. Epting, T. F. Sease. Sam
Morris .and F. E. Harmon made before
notary-publics W. 'W. Wheeler and W.
S. Werts of Prosperity, S. C., were
thoroughly examined by the Grand
jury at the Criminal court held at
Newberry, S. C., in June *1916.
Said charges were refuted and the
case was thrown out by the grand
jury.
W. F. Ewart.
.Foreman of Grand Jury of
Newberry, S. C.
"Rut this didn't seem to satisfy
George Cromer. He goes down to1
Little Mountain takes out another
warrant before lYagistrate J. B.
Lathan of the very .same nature. With /
three of the sa me witnesses as above
stated: A. A. Singley, Geo. Epting and
T. P. Sease at the eleventh hour so as
I would not have time as lie thought
to "vindicate- myself of this charge.
As to my official conduct s-incq I
Lave been magistrate of No. 10 Town- i
T ho indeed hv the!
"lip 1 <?LU v> imu^ v.u j q _
reputable citizens of my townsh'.D
and county and I want no better evidence
to sho^ my innocence than t'.i i
above statement made by the honorable
grand jury of our county.
Very respectfully,
J. A. Kinard,
Magistrate (No. 10 Township, %
August 17, 1916.
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PROGRAMME I
FRIDAY, AUGUST 18.
"A. TRAITOR TO ART8" W
3 Act Essanay. 1
Edward Arnold and Ann Kirk I
__________ ?
"THE 3TTSTERI0US CIPHERS
Hazards of Helen Serfen. Kalen
1
HELEX GIBS02C ]
SATURDAY, AUGUST 19. |
<*0UT OF FLOTSAJP 1
2 Act L/ubin.
L. C. Shumway and Dorothy Barrett. A
*SELIG TRIBUNE SO. 1
"HA3T, THE EXPLORER"
Kalem Comedy.
Ham and Bud 1
*KRAZY EAT KOMEDY* 4
M03TDAY, AUGUST 2L I
<*THE SACRIFICE"
3 Act Selig.
Eugenie Besserer, Guy Oliver sb4
Harry Xestayer.
JERKY'S TEA FABTYV
\Vim Comedy.
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