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ffc# moyem^als of ikabj People, New*
berriass, and Those Who Yisit
Mr. Frank G. Davis returned last
week from. New York.
Mr. L. A. Wilson spent last Friday
Mrs. Stevie Wright is visiting rela-j
tives at Whitmire.
Mr. Issie Mann leaves tomorrow on
a visit to Fairfield county.
Miss Nannie Henderson of Columbia
is visiting Mrs. J. M. Bowers.
Mr. Maxey Day of Columbia is visiting
relatives in town and county.
Mrs. H. D. Adams has returned
from a visit to Columbia.
Claude Lathan, Jr., spent the weekend
with relatives at Little -Mountain.
Mr. T. G. Williams of Spartanburg;
i* in Newberry.
Mr. L. B. Borneman of Wilmington 1st
visiting friends in Newberry.
Dr. W. G. IViayes has returned from
. Glenn Springs.
Mrs. A. T Brown has returned
Miss Gladys Chappell has returned
Mr. iWilbur Busfoardt has returned
home from a pleasant visit in Irmo
Mr. R. K. Reeder has gone to see
his brother-in-law, Mr. Ben Abrams.? j
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vjray wui i v_ur uamcud uwTv>ku>v. I
&tiss Kathleen Merchant of Colum-j
bia spent the week-end IriJSTeWberry
with Miss La than.
Mr. R. H. Ferguson, state agent ot!
the Prudential Insurance oompany, [
was ik ^ewberVy last Friday.
Mrs. G. A. Shealy is visiting her
daughter, IMIrs. Marcellus Smith, a;
Mr. A. B. Blackwelder of Charlotte
spent the week-end in Newberry with
his cousin, Mr. T. S. Lefler.
Misses Erin and Lizzie Taylor of
the county spent the week-end with
friend3 in the city.
Dr. E. E. Stuck and Mr. Owen Hol-j
mes returned last week from a trip to j
Asheville and Hendersonville. j
Mrs. Nancy Wheeler of Prosperity
spent the week-end with her daughter,
Mrs. H. H. Rikard, in the city.
Mr. IWRngard Groover has returned,
to his home in .Savannah after spend ing
several days in Newfoerry.
Misses SaTa, Lucile and Lucy Wallace
of Belfast tare the guests o
Mrs. M. L. Spearman.
Mr. Claude Smith of Whitmire'
spent the week-end in the city with
liis parents. Dr. and Mrs.t Van Smith.
Mr. Homer J.Viowyer of Johnston
spent Friday with Messrs Bass and
Herlong the "Wear Ever" boys.
Mir. Homer Mayer of Johnston re- j
turned to his home Sunday, after |
spending several days in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bryson ana lie- ,
tie daughter, Dorothy, motoredi to1
Mr. W. M. Burns left Saturday for
Mississippi, after & visit of several
weeks to his son, Dr. D. J. Burns.
Misses Aileen and Elizabeth Denver
returned to Carlisle Friday, arter a
visit to Miss IMtyrtle Suber.
Miss Mary Fleming of Carlisle is
the guest of her aunt, Miss Minnie
Little Miss Mary? Metts Jias returned
to her home at Whitmire after an
extended visit to iier taunt, Mrs. (Mary
Miss' Jo Jones has returned from
the northern markets, after select-1
ing her new goods for the approaching J
Mr. T. P. Johnson returned Last
week from a pleasant visit to Mr?.
Johnson, who is visiting at her for- j
ner home in Waxhaw, N. o.
J. A. Cfeimphell of Whitmire has accepted
the position of overseer of
spinning at the Lancaster cotton
Messrs Albert Jennings and John
JV.urphy of Greenwood wera on a
visit last week to Mr. J. M. Williamson
Mr. and Mrs. Lever spent Sunday in
Newberry with Miss Mattie lAdams,
who is recovering from an illness she
has had during her vacation.
I.viiisses Lucile and Anna Cavenaugh
of Wilmington, N. C., are visiting
their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Denning.
1,: ? rr,~? T T .-if+lrk "VT/vnnTiQN,
UVjLI&S IVy juauxau vx MAvtM.wuM.
and Mrs. S. C. Craig of Lancaster
are visiting Mr. C. F. Lathan's
Mrs. T. C. Cannon has returned to
her home at Mr. iWl F. Ewart's after
a visit to her son, Mr. Bruce Canntm,
in Evinston, Fla.
| t>:r. tand Mrs. George Buell and
daughter of Charleston, are visiting
1 Mrs. Buell's father, Dr. James Mcintosh.
j Messrs Ed. and Julius Zobel an3
M Rygh of Columbia visited rein~
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tives ana rriencis m .Newi^m
Messrs Stanley, Kenneth and Lynn
Baker of Greenwood motored to
j Newberry Friday and spent severa.
Hiss Lois Bryant and /MSss Helen
Thompson of Orangeburg and IMiss
Lcuise Simmons of Laurens are visiting
at Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Kibler's.
Miss Idalia HollinaswortH, arter
spending a few days with relatives
li Newberry, returned on Monday
to her home at Cross Hill.
Francis ~ Bushman and Beverly
Sayne, a very popular couple, "will
return to the Opera House picture
Dr. J. P. Kinard, superintendent of
the Newberry graded schools is in
the cityf having returned from Blacjs.
Mountain. His family will come
Misses Louise Kinard and, Mamie j
Annie Kinard of Ninety: Six , Miss
Ruth Strother of Greenwood and
Miss Mary Wallace of Jalapa art
visiting Mrs. J. H. Clary.
Mr. Jno. C. Higgins left Friday T5r
Ninety Six, after the canvassing of
v.-hich ihe will go to Anderson, wWchl
territory has been assigned him by
the "Wear Ever" company.
'Miss Ida B. Neal, extension secrete
-rv at winthrotv college, after spend
ir.|: & part of vacation wfui
lrlends in East Tennessee and At
lanta, Ga., is iat Ihome for a few dayj.
Miss Margine-ritar Matthews /spent
the time very pleasantly, and iMiss
Brooke Jones gave a piarty in her
honor, says the Edgefield Advertiser
in mentioning: tfe recent visit of
iriss Matthewfe to Edgefield.
! Misses Tilli.i. and Oarabel West have
turned from Louisville and Dan~l
ville, Jtty., wnere iiieyi sjwui wcu i
vacation. They had a most delightful
trip, visiting the Mammoth Cave
and other interesting places.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady IYSller of Ratesburg
spent several days in NewDerry
last week with Mr. and Mrs. P. B.
Asbill. Mr. Miller is the ntphew f
Mr. Asbill. He was married last
week, his bride being Miss Katherlne
Kinard o-f Leesville.
Mr. W. W. Watson' and Mr. Easley
of Prosperity are in the city for a
short stay, having mnde the trip in
ATr <iar Th&y- expect to
leave this afternoon for a continuation
of their tour, and have so far enjoyed
Mr. and lYirs. D. S. Mangum and little
son of A/ugusta, Ga., are visiting
Mr. Mangum's sister, Mrs. D. S. Sat- 1
terwhite, in the county. The many|
friends of <Mr. Man gum are glad to
see him again. When he lived in i
Newberry some years ago "Spurge'*
A'angum was one of the most popuular
young men in the county.
Miss Georgia Neal, who has been
teaching for the past two years- in
the Statesboro, Georgia. Institute, has
resigned that position to accept an
: appointment as secretary to the comImandant
of the Virginia Military Inj
stitute, Lexington, Va., and will enter
j upon the duties of her new position
^ at an early date.
I The Messrs Abrams, Mr. Ellesor
: Adams and Guv Rice or Whltmirs
came by auto to the city, and, accompanied
by Mr. Paul Adams^ went to
the Columbia hospital Sunday to set
Miss Nellie Adams, who is doing
nicely after her operation. Her sister,
IMSss Harriett Adiams, U with. iher.
Miss Kate Adams, who ?' Lo "visited
her sister at the hospital'Sjnlay, returned
on Monday to her duties in
Home Department at Smyrna.
Mrs. V. C. Wilson entertained Th?
Home Department of Smyrna church
at her lovely home Friday, afternoon.
This annual event is anticipated by
each, member. The host enters so
heartily with his wife in these
armual gatherings. All are made
so welcome. The time spent pleasantly
in social "chat." After which
all were invited to the dining room
where Miss IMildred IWllson served
salad, pickles, bread, ice tea, cake
and cream. Those present: Mrs.
Oscar Abrams, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sam
| Boozer, Rev. ,and Mrs. T. C. Croker,
! >Mr. and Mrs. Henry Longshore, Mrs.
|c A. Matthews, Mrs. Dave Senn, Mrs.
Dave Teague. Mrs. J.Will Wilscn.
Billie Burke in Gloria's Romance
^ill soon appear in the moving
pictures at ihe Opera House.
! Children's Day of St. Matthews
Lutheran Sunday school, will be observed
Sept. 1, 1916. Refreshments
will be served by the Ladies" and
Young People's Missionary sociei*.
'A1 cordiii Invitation is extended to
LOST?Between 1000 Boundary
street and Post Office one gold
broach set with coral rose and two
chip diamonds. Reward if returned
to Herald and News office.
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FOR SALE?One Indian aiotorcycie,
one 0"v erland Roadster," and twenty
goats. For further information
call at Newberry Coca Cola Bottle
FOR SALE?Hogs -and pigs. Apply to
W. L. Bushardt, Newberry, Phone
BARBECUE?There will be a barbei
r;iiP at. Wheeland schoolhouse Sat
urday, September 9, for the Denefiv
of the school. All, candidates are
invited to come and speak. An invitation
is also extended County
Superintendent of Education to attend
and speak. .j
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 a^id put you
in touch with the company. 0. E.
Bass. "The Wear-Ever Man."
WANTED?All who are suffering from
,eye trouble to call and see me.
Dr. F. C. Martin. Office over Ander
sons Dry Goods Store. Newberry.
NOTICE?I have leased the Cotton
platform formerly owned by Mr.
Boyd Epting adjoining the Standard
Warehouse Company, and am prepared
to weigh cotton. I solicit
! part of your patronage. W. W.
j Honrsby, Cotton Weigher.
I KINDERGAKT&A?Mrs. n. u. r euers
will open tlie Kindergarten at her
residence, -1321 Wheeler street,)
September IS. In order to have tho
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.
DIXIE STAMP & STATIONERY
COMPANY, Columbia, iS. C. Office
and bank supplies. Manufacturers
of rubber stamps, seals, etc., quality
and service. Prompt attention
to mail orders,
5-19-tf. . |
T- OUSE IX>R RNT-?Possession given
September 1. For particular
apply to E. H. Livingston at Far-!
mers oil Mill.
A AT THE p
MONDAY, AUGUST 28.
PALLAS PICTURES Presents
"THE AMERICAN BEAUTY"
(A Pallas Paramount in 5 Acts.
TUESJVAI, Altxiai ZV.
Four reels of Selected Patheplays
Coming Tuesday, September 5.
House Peters and Ethel Clayton,
"THE GREAT DIYIDE*
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 80.
DANIEL FROHMAN Presents
A Famous Players Paramount in o acta
THURSDAY, AUGUST 31.
PATHE EXCHANGE IJfC Presents
Anna JTilsson and Tom Moore
"WHO'S GUILTY T
Frank Daniels in a Y. L. S. E. Comedy.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1.
JESSE L. LA SKY Presents
A I>asky Paramount in 5 acts.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2.
PATHE EXCHANGE INC Presents
"THE IRON CLAW."
Two other selected Patheplays.
T. Jf. E06EES
Watchmaker,. Jeweler and Optician.
All Work Guaranteed.
Corner Caldwell and Friend Streets.
Eyes fitted and sold on Installment
Xewberry, S. C.
PUBLIC TRANSFER?I? you want
Auto transfer phone 89 any hour
day until ten o'clock at night Dray
I You say you want
pare favorably with your
you expect to pay well f(
rr 11 4.^
oners yuu an ul one
When you see it?
point?then you will real:
most other cars selling fc
top?all necessary acce:
powerful. The Maxwell
without a stop of the eng
gallon of gasoline?7,00(
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Ana ims wunuen
J Take a
F. O. B. Dei
OLD TOW* LETTEK.
Miss Nancy Werts of Gary's L&ne
is visiting Miss Es-telle Werts mis
Mrs. C. M. FoLk and family on
Long Lane section visited Mr. ana
iJwirs. H. C. Fellers the latter part or
Mrs. J. S. Werts and son, James
spent the week-end with Mr. R. .M.
Wert's family at Gary's Lane.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fellers visited
relatives in Columbia the latter pari
of the week, returning- on Monday.
m ? " ? ^ ? M.i!1
uvirs. u. iv. spearnua-ii win icavc
this week to visit for some time with
relatives in Johnston.
Misses LVattie and Sallie Lee
Cromer of the Mt. Bethel section
spent Saturday and Sunday with
their sister, Mrs. H: C. Fellers.
Barbecue at Pomaria.
The members of New Hope and
Morris Chapel will give a first clasbarbecue
at Pomaria on Saturday.
Sept. 2, 1916 for the benefit of th2
Methodist parsonage. Good d' ne"
guaranteed. Come and enjoy the
J. L. Gratism,
M. H. Kinard.
WANTED?Teacher wanted for Central
school. Term begins the 15 of
October. Salary $40 per month.
Apply to any one of the undersigned..
L. A. Shealy,
J. D. Koon.
G. W. Seybt,
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If Its In The Drug
YOU'LL FIND IT AT
P. E. WAY'S
Newberry, South Carolina
Right Prices, Courteous Treatment.
^ Prescriptions our Specialty
y more tha
a reallv hiffh grade automobi
neighbor's?one that your :
>r such a car. Do you know
ride m it?compare it?go o\
ize that it offers you value <
>r about one thousand dollars
etric starter and lights, demo
ssories. And the engine is
I holds the world's endurar
fine. Then, too, there is eco
) to 10,000 miles per set of ti
C--1 -Pi r\r?ltr
rill ocuo xv/t
In a Maxwell!
Newberry, S. C.
troit W ~'
Opera House 1
TUESDAY, AUGUST 29.
Harry C. .Mejers,. nosemary Tbeby.
WORLD FILM COB Presents \
"WHAT HAPPENED AT 22"
Featuring Francis Nelson and Arthur
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30.
"THE STOLES MASTER*
$ Act Lubin Drama.
Featuring Samuel Curtis, Evelyn Page.
, "THE PSYCHIC PHENOMENA .
Kalem Comedy. *
. . Featuring Sis Hopkins,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3L
"THE REGENERATION OFs"KA3J
3 Act Easanay Drama.
Featuring Warda Howard, John Junior
?A DAT AT SCHOOL*
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1* i
"THE MILK WHITE FLAG"
Featuring PLUMP and RUNT.
14th Episode of "The Strange Cas?.of ,
Mary Page.** (
If jon need them, we hare tb*m.
P. f. JEANS & CO.
Jewelers, Watch Makers & Opticians
P. C. Jeans, Optometrist.
| Dr. F. C Martin
!Examines Eye? Fits Glasses;;
and Artificial Eyes.
If your eyes are giving youJJ i
trouble don't fail to consult him J \ 4
t Office over Anderson's DryJ[
rGoods Store. * J J
t 'fr .
U- * ; | \ / '
NEW GARAGE?Hare opened Automobile
Repair Shop at my Stable?.
James Milam, expert. workman, in
charge of repair part All work
guaranteed. Will continue Mule
business at same place. B. A. Iiavird.
m $595? I
ile?a car that will comfamily
will enjoy. But |
j that the Maxwell at
rer it carefully point by
squal to that found in
untable rims, one man 1
unasually durable and
ice record, 22,000 miles
nomy?twenty miles per
. Again we ask, why
'I mi ailBlf