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PtJBEIY PEBSONAX
tile Moments of 2R&nj People, Newberriaas
and Those Whe Tislt
Newberry.
Mr. Jordan Pool spent Thursday
aiight with relatives in Abbeville.
Mrs. Wm. Johnson is visiting her
-daughter in Columbia.
Mrs. C. (V. Martin and baby of Clinton
are the guests of Mrs. J. L. Keitt.
}Mr. Wingard Groover of Savannah
iis visiting friends in the city.
Miss Trent Kett left Monday to visit
friends in Williamston.
Miss Lucile I>athan spent the weekend
with relatives at Prosperity.
Mrs. Cannon Blease returned Friday
from Columbia.
Mrs. D. D. Darby is the guest m'
^Mrs. L. S. Darby in Olympia.
Miss Rebecca Moore of Lraurens is
the guest of Mrs. P. G. Ellisor.
Miss Annie fWhaley of Montgomery,
A 1? 1 iU * /? ? f If inn An
Alii., IS Uie gutIS!, U1 lIUKSCa 11 y auu
Liucy Dunn.
Mr. Thomas Wells left Saturday
for the Northwest on business after a
visit to relatives in Newberry.
Miss Mary Frances Pool is visiting
her aunt, i^crs. L. W. tWlhite, in Abbeville.
Mr. J. A. Mimnaugh has gone to the
leading markets of the north for his
f^ll oIaaI" nf fr/wic
4 Oil O CVL A VI ^WU^i
Miss Lilla Kibler left Sunday fo*
Prosperity on a visit to her relatives
at tihat place.
Jliss Maud Epting is a member ot
Miss Rebecca iWlardlaw's house party,
at Willington.
The many friends of Mr. J. Claude
Dominick will be glad to know be is
<?ut again since his recent serious
illness. ,
Mrs. B. L. Dority is at the Columbia
hospital, where she has to undergo a
second operation of a very serious
^nature.
Mr. Emory Bowman has returned
from Pomaria, where he was the
;guest of Messrs Edwia and Olin
JHeirtz.
^Misses Ida and Jaunita Folk, Mrs. L.
B. Feagle of Jalapa and Mr. Clarence
Dobbins of Kinards spent the weekend
with Mr. and LVIirs. Benjamin Halfacre;
Mrs. Robert G. Parks, who has tjeen
critically ill, is recovering: from 2ier
illness. Her many friends are
to hear of her improvement.
Messrs J. J. Langford. Herman
Mr. Will Devore stopped :.n Newberry
last Friday and made short
visits to his brother, Mr. F. P. Devcre
and his sisters. Mrs. J. Y. Jones and
Mrs Will Bodie.
P.ev. 0. A. Long -snd family, of Winston-S<alem,.
who are visiting in Charleston,
will come to 'Newberry today
for a visit to relatives here. They
will be in Newberry about ten days.
Dr. Jas. ML Johnson and family left
Sunday for Washington, after a visit
to his parents. Mr. mid Mrs. William
J-ohnson. Dr. Johnson holds a high
rank in Washington as a leading
chemist of the country.
Mr. J. 0. Adar's has returned from
a visit to his daughter. IMSss Nellie
Adams, at the Columbia hospital,
where she is improving after an
operation for appendicitis.
Miss Lalla Martin of Spartanburg is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. 0?. Martin.
(\Iass Lucia Featherstone of Green
-3 v "\JT y* ri lS?o r> 1/
WWU i5 UU? guest Ul naua
"Wilson.
Misses Lucy Bell and Daisy Johnstc,
of -Newberry, are visiting Mrs. J.
D. Miller, of Rapley, Skoals. O'any
pleasant entertainments have ?>een
given in their honr.?Abbeville
Medium.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Wilson an'i
daughter, Miss Edith, have returned
fmm a visit to Atlanta and Gaines
ville, Ga. They were accompanied
home "by Mr. Wilson's mother, Mrs. E.
F. Wilson, of Gainesville.
Mr. and. Mrs. R. K. Anderson returned
last week from the northern markets,
where they combined pleasure
mith 'business. They had a delightfu1
>trip and selected their new stock of
'goods.
Hon. B. V. Chapman returned Saturday
from a trip ta the fine
county of Laurens, after making some
speeches to the voters of several sec
tions. He was much encouraged ia
tis race for solicitor by the warn:
r? ception he received.
Geo. O- Sale, Jr.. arrived in Charleston
last T/eek from Philadelphia, by
the steamer Comanche ami joined hi
V
ship th.c Panther, at the Charleston
.Navy y.isd. James MeCary of Mev/l
1 orry is also stationed at the Charle J
to a .Navy yard.
tMessrs K. M. Lominicfc, C J. Purcell.
D. F. Pifer and C. B. Roton too*
an automobile triD Wednesday to
Whitmire, Union, Glenn Springs,
Spart^iburg, Chick 'Springs, Greer
rand Greenville, returning the same
day by way of Laurens.
Langford, Douglas Hornsby, Tom
Hayes, Walter Bushardt and Bailey
McCullough' left Newberry Thursday
morning at 8 o'clock for Charleston,
reaching that city at 7 p. m., the same
T /\rt T* V* Avr k a
UaJ ill jU. # iiau5i.ui \jl e> VAA i o:
turned home Saturday night, after a
most delightful trip, finding the roads
fine for travel.
Misses Ellen and Bessie Lake returned
home Thursday from a delightful
visit te relatives and friends in
Greenville. While there, Miss Elsie
Pierce gave a charmixtg lawn party a.
her beautiful country home in honor
o* them and their cousin, IMfiss Ruth
Senn, of Spartanburg, and Miss
Pierce's cousin, Miss Madge Rouse of
Atlanta.
Miss Bessie Matthews of Prosperity
who has worked in the Exchange office
at Greenwood lias given up> her
position on account of her health.
Miss Matthew's has worked Tor one
year and has made one of the best
operators in the office. Her many
friends of Greenwood are grieved to
hear of her leaving our city. Miss
Matthews will he at lier home in
Prosperity after September 1 to take
a month or two rest before taking
another position.?Greenwood Exchange.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Long and son,
and Mr. Cornelius Long-, of Trenton,
and IMir. J. Lawson Long, of Dallas,
Texas, visited their relatives, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Goggans and 'Miss Nora
Long, the first of the week. The
' Trenton party, however, did not get
to see their Texas relative, as he
came after they had left. (Within a half
hour after they "had gone Mr. Goggan-:
i got word that >Tr. Lawson Long "was
on his way here, where he arrived
shortlv afterwards.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT
Something good all the week at the
Opera House.
Miss H'jllie Wright of Laurens
c-ounty ihas been elected to teach
school at Pomaria.
Rural Letter Carrier Chalmers- and
family have moved to High Point,
j this city.
j Hear "The Voice in the Wilderi
ness.'' a: the Opera House Wednesday,
j led by Frmcis Bushman. Other good
I
things will >be there at the same
I time.
People who like good singing would
e?joy themselves the first Saturday
n-d Sunday of September, in, the
Lucas avenue auditorium, Laurens at
| the all-<Iay singing convention.
A large number of persons from
j Newberry city and county attended the
j Blease rally at Greenwood Saturday.
They say it was a Blease and Domirick
crowd from start to finish.
Mr. Beh Paysinger. that' all round
clerk, is helping at the hardware
store of Wm. Johnson and son during
the absence of Mr. Tom P. Johnson,
who is visiting his wife at her former
ihome in rWb.xi.aw, N. C.
Candidate for Congress Fred H.
Dominiek spoks Saturday at Green
wood with 0 over nor Please at the
Blease rally and also spoke with
C1' nor Please at Pickens Monday.
Dominiek is being successful in
1 i- campaign.
As election day draws nearer and
nearer the poor candidates work
harder and harder and the dear peo
.pie?well they get hotter land hotter
a^-t.he political thermometer climbs
higher and higher.
Alice Brady will be in the movies
!** the Opera House today in pictures
w orth seeing. But should there he an7
in the audience who do not take to the
pictrres they will surely like the
music as they sit In the house made
comfortable by fans and water.
A young Ibdy who recently visited
i\ Greenville says there are moi *
"re-1 headed"' babies in that city thai1
she ever saw in one place. Nearly
ery other baby she met on the street
bed red hair. There are some mighty
pretty red headed girls about in placec.
There was a very pleasant political
meeting a+ ;Mt. Pleasart last Saturday.
This is the second meeting of
the kind at this place this s<umTr.?r
The regular cam^aism ^eefing" at tiijs
u-optci i-voro wits seriously
\ terfered -with by rain.
E'uitdic-g Inspector Weli-s sxys it v/i':
':e -more convenient for those on^mplatln
'building or reparing- houses
to see City Cleric Chapman Tor permits,
as Mr. Chapman is public secre
tary for the business and will atten-i ?
to those matters ^irh promptness and
dispatch.
Deputies Taylor and i.Velton went
eight miles below? Prosperity Sunday
in, forty minutes in 'Mr. Sam
Johnson's car, Jolinson at the . wheel
and arrested three negroes?George
Sliealy, Robert Suber and Tom Ruff,
for gambling. The men were turned
over to Magistrate B. B. Hair Mondav
for trial at Prosperity.
There will be a barbecue at Pomaria
on Saturday, September 2, for the
benefit of the 'Methodist church at
that place. Senator McLaurin itoas
accepted an invitation to" speak on
that occasion. "The speaking is to
take place at 11 o'clock, so as to ;give
Senator McLaurin time to get back to
Columbia thiat afternoon.
In order to give all the county candidates
a chance to be present, there
will be another meeting at Mollohon
mill Thursday night, between Timmer
mail's and Summer's stores. Severs.!
of the candidates were not present at
the first meeting there, and did not
get a chance to speak to the voters
of ttuat place.
Fayette Sims, colored, is up for the
space of ninety days, as lie could not
naise $150. He was tried in Recorder
Earhardt's court Monday on three
counts and sentenced in each as follows:
For selling whiskey, $75 or
30 days; for transporting whiskey,
$50 or 30 days; for stealing wEiskey,
$25 or 30 days. Chief Rodelsperger is
on the job.
...
Dr. .Moore of iwmtmire while traveling
along the road in his car knocked
a colored deiaf mute down and bruised
Mm considerably, cutting a ga3h in his
head and otherwise injuring him. The
injuries while severe are not dangerous.
The accident was unavoidable.
Dr. 'Moore did not know the man was
deaf, and thought he would step aside
when the car reached h;|*i, both go in
rr in fho fflimo
A JLX Lm. ALA (/UV MtlvlJUV Uii
! j
One fellow who has been on a visit
It"* Laurens says Laurens is all riglit,j'
but he caught "the chiggers" up j
there. Thnt was because he went oucj
in the woods in the country a great j,
deal. He says Laurens cliiggers are j
worse than the New-berry chiggers.
He has had chills and fever and other
tliihgs, 'but never has had a case of
"the chiggers" before at least no,* of
the Laurens variety.
<
Mr Brice IMcCarley received a letter ;
last week from his son Clyde located
as the date line showed. "somewliere I
ir Mexico." Clyde Mc-Carly is a strong
handsome young man andj is doing
well ar.d making good r a soldier, j
Re has recently been p: or-oted and i
is new 12 sergeant. He hd- made j
quite a record as a sharp shooter i
* i
lacking only two points of breaking j
the American army record for sharp ;
shooting. He is now with Gen. I
|
Pershings command in Mexico.
THE DUTY OF EVERY VOTER
(Political Advertisement). J
When a man becomes a candidate J
for an orftce, it certainly is tne duty
of every voter to investigate thoroughly
the ability of this mm from every
standpoint before he easts a vote Tor
or against him. After investigating
thoroughly the candidate, you should
select the most efficient man and vo':e
for him regardless of friends.
Why I Am Efficient.
In 1902 I graduated in bookkeeping,
short hand and penmanship in Atlanta,
Ga., and have followed the worK
ever since, so you see what my ex
perience has been. lAnd of courge yo.i
know a man is-hardly efficient without
experience, the two go together I
can assure you that I can take up the
work of the office where it was left
off and go right on with it.
Promising 3*011 I'll give you the "bo?*,
service to he had and that I'll appreciate
your vote on the 29th inst.
I am respectfully.
E. M. Lane,
Candidate for County Treasurer.
CARD FROM B. Y. HAP3TAJf?
?
(Political Advertisement).
In my campaign as a -candidate for
Solicitor of the Eighth Judicial Circuit
I have been able to attend only a
few of the meetings in Newberry
county. This I regret; but I have been j
so very busy campaigning in the other'
counties of the Circuit, that it lias i
been impossible for rue to mingle j
with the people of my own county to j
any great extent. It lu.is been miy (le- !
sire to meet every man in my county;
during the campaign, but owing to'
Ve wtrrk that I have had to do in the i
~ - ,??? *, ?! t qf.';;1. not do this,
erv truly,
B. V. Chapman.
I
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A AT THE T* !
R CAD Li
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MONDAY, AUGUST 21.
DIMKL FROHMAN Presents
Ann Pennington
in
^SUSIE S50WFLAKE*
A Famous Players Paramount in 5 act3
TUESDAY, AUGUST 22.
urrmTT i T iiv v v n/\
fflHtAL riLJi tu rreaems .
Juaiiita Hansen
in
'THE SECRET of THE SUBMARINE"
Two other selected Patheplays.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23.
DANIEL F ROHM AN Presents
Mary Pickford
in
"MADAME BUTTERFLY"
A: Famous Player Paramount in 5 acts.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 24.
PATHE EXCHANGE INC Presents
Anna Nllsson and Tom Moore
in
-WHO'S GUILTY?"
Frank Daniels In a V. L, S. E. Comedf.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 25.
DANIEL FROHMAN Presents
Panline Frederick
in
.j/DiTr irAnr nio nr inn ova n t ? ?
"IIIL riviiiJi' ct uut/Ai j.vvar,
A Famous Players Paramount in 5 acts
SATURDAY, AUGUST 20.
PATHE EXCHANGE INC Presents
Pearl White.
In
"THE IRON CLAW."
Two other selected Patheplays.
I.Mliss Lois Brant and Miss Thompson
rvf OrAneebur? are visitmz Mrs.
J. M. Kibler.
| Dr. F. C. Martin $
I Examines Eves, FitsGlassest
I and Artificial Eyes. t
| If your eyes are giving you|
|trouble don't fail to consult him J;
% Satisfaction. Guaranteed. I
$ f
? Office over Anderson's Dry^
? Goods Store.
*?
W
Why pa
You say you want
pare favorably with youi
you expect to pay well f
$535 offers you all of th<
When you.see itpoint?then
you will real
most other cars selling f
It's complete?ele
top?all necessary acce
powerful. The Maxwel
without a stop of the enj
gallon of gasoline?7,00'
And this wonder
pay more?
Take a
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4
New Pri
*?% s?38
F. 0. B, De
*
A Surprise Birthday Dinner. J,
P
Mr. 3. F. Milla nas 64 years old |
I ? 01 rr. ?J - '
;.f.uuu<vj, August 6i. ne was given *
surprise birthday dinner on that dav
at his home on the Glenn Rikard
j place, at which his children and grand- j
i children were present as follows: C. G.!
Johuso-n and family, A. C. Mills and
family, R. E. jMills and family, N\ F.
Johnson, Dr. C. B. Mills of Cross Hill
and Pat Stockman and! family of;
Prosperity. The -dinner was in picnic |style,
the several families taking well
filled baskets of good things. The
happy occasion was much enjoyed by
all present.
SPECIAL NOTICES
. _ i
Lost Strayed or Stolen from my
k<Mioa in wao* "Woin atToat o small
u^ugg lul n AAJL. JV* UW, V*? **
long haired puppy. Reward If returned
to S& Basina. 8-22-lt
. WANTED?All who are suffering from
,eye trouble to call and see me.
Dr. F. C. Martin. Office over Ander
sons Dry Goods Store. NewDerry.
S. C.
8-22-2U
NOTICE)?I have leased the Cotton
platform formerly owned by Mr.
Boyd Epting adjoining the Standiird
Warehouse Company, and am propared
to weigh cotton. I solicit
part of your patronage. W. W j
TJT/-\ r~? rL>V,v
1?V/LU O VSJ , LVtlva #?
8-21-4t.
KINDERGARTEN?Mrs. H. 0. Fellers
will o^eii the Kindergarten at her
residence. 1321 Wheeler street,
September 18. In order to have tin
proper equipment and supplies on
on hand she will be glad to confer
at once with any one thinking of
^sending children. 8-21-tf.
WANTED?Four Demonstrators for
t
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 yoj
in touct1 with the company. 0. E.
Bass, "The WearrEver Man."
8-l-3t-ltaw
DIXIE STAMP & STATIONERY
CGMPAjNY, Columbia, <S. C. Office
and banfe supplies. Manufacturers o?
rubber stamps, seals, etc.. quality
and service. Prompt attention
to mail orrJera.'
5-19-tt
J
'ax we
i
y more tha
a really high grade automobil
: neighbor's?one that y ir f
or snfth a car. Do vou know
*
ise advantages?
-ride in it?compare it?go ov<
lize that it offers you value e
or about one thousand dollars.
ictrie starter and lights, demoi
ssories. And the engine is
1 holds the world's enduran<
?ine. Then, too, there is ecor
0 to 10,000 miles per set of tir
ful car sells for only $595.
rm?mmm aaMOBMnvflMMnMBnMnanBMan
Vacation Every
In a Maxwell!
ina Autc
Newberry, S. C.
lee 4
iroit
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Opera House [
PROGRAMME ?H
TUESDAY, AUGUST 23.
"THE HEAD OF THE HOUSE* '
3 Act Knickerbocker.
Frank Majo and Lillian West. "1
^BETTER HALVES* I
Vim Comedj (Plump and .Sank)
WORLD FILM COR Pre^ts , .1
Alice Brady as u3Iimi" hi '
"hX TIE DE BOHEMf?..; || :t'
5 Acts. ' :
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST
"THE VOICE IN THE WILDERNESS^
2 Act Essanay.- ;A " - jf,
Featuring Francis Bugbman" and 40
Orda Holmes
"TAKING A CHANCE*
Sell* (Tom Mix.') '
"SETTING THE FASHI0JP .
Kalem Comedy (Sis Hopkins.) m j
THURSDAY, AUGUST 24.
"LETITIA* ||
S Act Vitagraph. m
Featuring 'Cfcas. Kent and Belle Brn &?
"FOR TAIUE RECEIVED"
Ylm Comedy (Pokes and Jabs.) fl
13th Episode of ^The Strange Case at V
Mary Page."
i mmmmm9 jH ..
GLASSES I
If yon Deed them, we hare them.
?. 1. JEANS & CO.
Jewelers, Watch Maker* & Opttoiam I
P. Jeans, Optometrist
T. M. ROGEBS
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optidax I
Ail Work Guaranteed.
Pnrnor faTnw^ll ond IMonit .it>im^I . I
Eyes fitted and sold on Installment
Newberry, S. C.
STRAY fM'ULE?Light bay maxe mule,
four or five years old. Left Monday fl
night. Reward for inform at to ?.
leading to recovery.
R. W. Glymph, Blairs, S. C. Route L
8-18-lt. 1
PUBLIC TRANSFER?If you want 1
Auto transfer phone 39 any hour
day until ten o'clock at night ?ray _
also. 3-22-4t.
e?acarthac will comamily
will enjoy. But fl
that the Maxwell afc
ir it carefully point by I
qua! to that found in
tntable rims, one man
unusually durable and
;e record, 22,000 miles |
torny?twenty miles per
es.
Again we ask, why
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r Day? j
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