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FCKEJLY PERSONAL !
Cite Mwem^nts of many People, New.
berrians and Those Who Visit
Newberry.
Mr. Gus Mitchicas has returned
from a visit to Atlanta.
Dr. Luther A. Riser was in the city
Friday, passing through.
iMiss Elizabeth Fant of Newberry is
visiting Miss Miriam Carpenter in
"R^sIav?nreenville Piedmont. i
Jliss .Nettie Setzler left Thursday
Cor Toccoa, Ga., to teach school, this I
fceing, her third year at that place.
!
JVIiss Annie LA-mick of Newberry is
the attractive guest of Miss Pearle
Caughman.?Lexington Nev;s.
Frank Smith of Newberry is visiting
his aunt, Mrs. J. L. iWlalker.?John
ston Cor The state.
Wilbur Bushardt has returned to
iNewberry after an extended clay with
Carroll Lorick.
iMessers J. E. -Sligh and Basel Dickert.
of Columbia spent Sunday in
^ Newberry.
(Mrs. R. C. Boyleston and little
daughter are visiting <her sister, Mrs.
Jas. L. Aull, in Columbia.
Senator Jno. L. McLaurin and Mr.
JTno. K. Aull of Columbia were in the
city a short while Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Sula "Wilson of Longshores is
visiting Mr3. ?. A. Matthews on Route
3.
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3drs. Helen Clary is visiting hex
daughter, Mrs. C. A. Matthews, on
Berate 3.
I>r. J. K. Gilder ?nd Miss Paulina
Gilder have returned from a most]
pleasant visit to 'New York.
Miss Maude Hamilton has returned
from a Tisit to relatives at Piedmont.
Miss Rose Evans is visiting her
^cousin, Mrs. Walter Evans, in" NewV
"berry.?Charleston Post.
Mrs. J. B. Coward visited her
mother, Mrs. Phillips, in Columbia j
Hast week.
faster Horace Zeigler has return-;
ed from pameron, where he spent the 1
summer with relatives.
l)r. T. W. Smith spent the week-end
3n .Charlotte with nls daughter, Mrs.1
Frank G. 'VVbight.
Miss Addie Miller is on an extend ed
visit ?o her grandmother in Newberry.?Smithville
Cor Abbeville
Medium. j
Miss Pearl Caughman has returned
from, a visit to friends and relatives
in Little Mountain, Newberry and
Cross Hill.?Lexington News.
Mrs. Jeff B. Amick and daughter
Aurie of Newberry are visiting reLa..
tives and friends in Lexington.?LexVanro
Airs. J. H. Hunter is ^pe^tang a
few days with relatives and friends
ii Greenwood and Abbeville counties.
J. B. O'-X. Holloway of Newberry
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s^ent Friday here in the interest 01
the graded school, of which he is the
^principal.?Gran^eville Cor The State.
^Mrs. J-?mes Goggans has as her
gruests, her mother, IMrs. C. T. iWlyche
and her sister, Miss Caro "Wlyche, 01
Prosperity.?Columbia Record.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cofield of Whitmire,
<Si. C., are visiting their daughter,
Mrs. Charles Howie, at her home near
Woodside.?Greenville Piedmont.
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Mr. R. L Peden and sister, Miss
tiliarv Peden, of 0 wings, Laurens
-county are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.
T Cromer.
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-Mrs. W. B. Caldwell and son of
ti-wttitfrnr* ^nnntr are visitinar her sis
*cer, ^vlrs. J. T. Cromer, and other ;
Telatiws in Newberry.
Mr. and Mr3. Thomas K. Johnstone
Tiave returned to their home in Newberry
after a short stay at Glenn
Springs.?Spartanburg Herald.
Prof. W. L. Motes returned Saturday
from his school near Charlotte,
"N C. He will return there in eight
veefcs.
Mr. Langford and his son, Mr. Her
man Langford. were visitors m the'
city las: week, coming .down from
' Newberry in their car.?Charleston1
Post.
i.V.iss Dorcas Calmes left Tuesday
; for her home in Laurens after a
i pleasant stay cf several weeks with
! her aunt. Mrs. John G. Benson.?
,
Gaffney Ledger.
'Misses Irene Workman and Daisy
Wfhitmire of neir Kinards spent a
few days here this week with Mrs.
Nene Abrams of Croraers.?Whitmire
Cor Clinton Gazette. \
Mrs. Marina Cousins of Sweetwater, j
Tenn., is visiting relatives in Newberry.
"having accompanied her niece, j
Miss (Marie Wendt, home from thiat
| place.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McCollough,
Mr. Otis Crooks and Miss Bertha
Crooks left Sunday for Paris Mountain
to spend awhile with Miss Elm>a
I Clayton.
I Misses Helen Thompson and Lois
Bryant returned home yesterday after
a pleasant visit of three weeks to
relatives in Newberry and Prosperity,
?Onangeburg Times and Democrat.
Mrs. Charles Howie has returned
from Whitmire, where she attended
the funeral of her brotherf John
Caldwell Cofield, last Friday.?Green,
ville Piedmont.
Mr. M. A. Counts *'ill move back to
Xewberry from Gastonia^ N. C. Mt3.
Counts, Miss Blanche and Staimet have
| already arrived and are at the homej
| of Jier daughter, Mrs. Birge Albritton. i
Miss {.Vary Wright of Newberry and
Dr. and Mrs. E. K. Jandon of Miami,
Fla., recently visited Mr. and Mrs. H.
F. Bookhardt.?Vance Cor Dorcliesi
ter Eagle.
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Mrs. R. E. Ecdenbajgh, Mrs. Carrie
! Lane and 'Mrs. Fannie Todd cf Poruaria
are the guests o-f Mrs. Clarence
Richards at 100 Maple street, Shandon.?The
State.
Superintendent Balletine of 'New
berry, who is to have charge of the
Batesburj graded schools, was a visitor
here last week.?-Batecburg Cor
Tbe State.
f\>s. S. C. Craig, who has been
visiting in Columbia, Xewberry and
other points during the past five
weeks, returned Wednesday evening.
?Lanc-aarter News.
Miss Bessie Herbert left ^Saturday
for her school at Woodruff, accomi
?-N OdifATM aKiIa ?K-*r WlCO I
ICU Hi IUC autuiuuuiio UJ I
-Huttie Herbert. lYiss. Estelle Bowers |
and her brother Jack, with Mr. W. W.
Herbert at the wheel.
Mr. Robert West, -having completed
I his business course at Draughon's
college in Columbia, is home on a
two weeks* vacation, after which he
will return to Columbia to take a
position in the State's office.
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| Much, to the regTet of their many
friends in Abandon, Mr. -and Mrs. J.
W. Haltiwanger will move next week
frcm their home on Wheat street io
117OR Pendleton street in the city.??
The State.
Mrs. Amanda -Comalander returned
Friday to her home near Chapin,
, after visiting relatives in Newberry.
She -cvas accompanied by Mrs. J. J.
Eargle. who has returned after a brief
visit there. ,
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| M"ss Bessie IVatthews of Prosperity,
| who has been with, the Greenwood
ieie?rapn compa.iijy wr sumc time,
will leave tomorrow for her home,
w'asre she will spend some time "before
accepting another position.?
Greenwood Journal.
Mrs. John !Gnawford and children
ha?e recently returned from the
mountains, where they have spent the
summer. On the return trip they i
sp^nt several days with friends and
relatives in. Newberry.?'Lancaster j
News.
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Mr. Eugene Summer, a last year's
graduate of iNewbernyl college, who,
after commencement went to the
Westinghouse Electric works in
Pittsburg, Pa., and was sent by the'
i company to Chicago, is visiting his
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Summer,
j in the city.
j J. A. Mimnaugh of Newberry was
i In the city yesterday on his way
? ?a?.J.J i/v
j r.ome rrom tan exteuueu vian w
Northern markets, -where he has been
.engaged in -buying fall goods for his
Newberry store. He is a brother o?
John L. Mimnaugh o-f ^lumbia and
' they made the trip North together.
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Mr. Mimnaugh lias built up quite a
large mercantile business in Newberry,
being one of the pioneer business
men of that city.?The State.
' Miss Harriett Adams has returned
Ircm Columbia with the pleasing
- - iVkftf V? Af \Ticcoc?
111 i UIM! <A 11UU ?ii??.l UCI oiouato, mi
vattie and Nellie Adams, are Doti.
| doing welL .Miss Nellie has improved
j so much she will be able to leave tht
j hospital tomorrow for home. This is
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pleasant news to her many friends,
i More encouraging and hopeful news is
tl at Mrs. B. L. Dorrity, who nas rejcently
undergone a second operatio-.
! is also doing well.
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1 ^various and all about.
September is '.here with the little r
| which is also in oyster.
I It is the civil court that is to convene
liere on the ISth instant.
Let us all hope that when October
ccmes times and things will 'be better.
Tuesday, the 12th, will tell, and it
alone, whether it is to be Manning or
! Blease.
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Edna Mayo in, "The kindness of
Virtue," a six ac^ V. L. S. E., will be
the Tuesday feature -at the Arcade.
See Frank Daniels in a Kernel
Nufct comedy at the Arcade every
hursday.
Football will soon be with us
,agnin and.the em| of the European
wr.r is roL
I ifn/iororvn AJ-ail aavq thf> hoi] Ad
buzzard has returned to this Vpart of
the country on his rounds.
When the college and the ci'y
schools open it will be lively timej
here again.
!Mr. B. B. Leitzsey will buy cotto'J
seed for Summer Brothers compan"
beginning on Saturday of this week.
The ministers have all returnee,
and Newberry is once more lookinr
right
The Ladies Aid Society of Smyrna
church will give ian i?e cream festival
at. Mr. Ernest Boozer's, from 4 to
10 o'clock p. m., September 9f 1916.
Mr. James B. Addv of Lexington iS
in the second race for the legislature.
He is a brother of Mr. H: F. Addy of
Newberry.
Wallace Reid and Cleo Ridgely a*
11 e Arcade Friday in "The Sielfish
Woman," a Laskjy Paramount in 3
! i cts.
I ? u? ?~ i ~ ix. w:n
I Arter tne oepiemuer guie il v*m
| not be long until Thanksgiving. There
. is always something to look forward
' to.
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The Kings Daughters will meet at
| Central Methodist church Saturday
! afternoon, .September S, at 5:30
o'clock.
Mr. Herman W. Vaughn of- St.
I.ukes is clerking at R. C. Perry's
' sibre, where he will be pleased to see
! his friends. ^
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j The devil was in town several days
ana nigniF oeiore uie uxsu pnmaij
election?the preachers were absent
! and the old boy hod full swing.
; Sunday looked more Iks Sunday
j with the church bells ringing, the
; preachers on hand and the people
going to the various churches.
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I "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine"'
! \ ill play a return date at the Arcade
iVviednesday, those who were crowded
!-cut 'before will now have a chance to
I see this interesting play. ?
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The people of Newberry, with the
rest of the country, are gliad the big
I strike was called off. We all heave a
sigh of relief. Now if they would ca:J
1 off the war.
Now that the threatened nailroad
strike has been smoothed out and an
awful state of affairs turned aside,
maybe next Christmas will not be so
bad after all, even though the horrible
war should still be on.
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j Newberry is -known in other--places
las the county of barbecues; in fa'it
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?he nas me name 01 'uemg uic uaiVecue
county. And she gives other
counties the cue in more than one
way.
The picture sho;w.ing the South Carolina
Militia at Camp i-Vfoore will be
, shown at the Arcade soon. The picture
is 2 reels long and shows the
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A AT THE r
rcadIi
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j MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4.
DAMEL FROHMAjf Presents
Donald Brian
in I
*THE SMUGGLERS'
A Famous Players Paramount in 5 aots|
TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 5.
V. L. S. E. INC. Presents
Edna Mayo
in
j -THE BLINDNESS OF VIRTl EM I
An Essanay in 6 Acts.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6.
JESSE L. LASKY Presents
Charlotte Walker
in
"THE TRAIL OF THE LONESOME j
PINE"
A Lasky Paramount in. 5 Acts.
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7.
PATHE EXCHANGE INC Presents
f Anna Nllsson and Tom Moore j
in
"WHO'S GUILTYr
Frank Dnnlplw In ft Y. I,. S. F. Comedr.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8.
JESSE L. LASKY Presests
Cleo Ridgely and Wallace Reld
in
"THE SELFISH WOMAN"
A Lasky Paramount in 5 Acts.
soldier boys at work and play, also
close ups of the leading officers.
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While it is yet day those who are
able would do well to luiy in a supply
of wood and coal, for the night of
harder times may come in the winter
i' the war is not stopped. And some
ether worker may lose a job.
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Miho are you that you-are not glad
t? see the coming of tne autumn upon
the return oil October But when
winter comes it will be sad to have
the whispering breezes from the
south, chilled by the breath of tne
north winds.
Ths garage of the Taylor Automobile
company has been closed for
some days on account of the recent
| accident to l.tr. X. E. Taylor, when
j he suffered the breaking of a thigh
i and other injuries, necessitating the
1 absence of his son, Mr. H. K. Taylor.
! 1 he injured man now doing very
j well the gjrage has been reopened
I and is being run. as usua^ with Mr.
! S. W. Dominick still in line. .
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! "iMy occupation's gone,'* said lago.
Unless the war ends or something
j else good happens, my occupation
here will be gone too. When your
; occupation is gone, says the Philis?
'tine, "you had better throw yooir
1 cosmic gripsack overboard and jump
i overboard after it." For, truly,
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; "Lack pi. occupation is not rest; a
' * ? * - A ^ - 'J 1 J yliof t?AdC/v1 ''
^ LLLiiiu quue iuit; is a. miuu uioucooua.
That is one reason why these items
are written.
It gives a strange feeling to conI
t mplate present conditions. While
on the one hand "I see a huge
crowd pacing the boulevards at mid'
right," says one writer, the crowd
( tl^at "with shout and laughter garnish
the days," elbowing their way
' into dance halls, cabaret cares, and
theatres of thickly populated cities,
apparently enjoying prosperous itmes,
tlin e .-ima 4-imo r-*n flip rvthPr Viand.
Ci ' t>aJUUV/ blUlV; ..I y
. "sorrow comes with finger lifted to
her lip" and there is more than one
^'narrow room on the top floor of a
Ik use shrouded in silence," on a:u
unt of the awful war and other
calamities. Strange that whilj
i through it all some men work ani
others lose their jobs.
SPECIAL NOTICES
LOST?Sport coat, white anu gray
1 check 'With blue stripe. Lost from
| automobile on Saturday evening
j about 8 o'clock on Main street soon
after turning into Main street from
Prosperity road. Reward if returned
to Herald and News office
f-O-lt.
FOR SALE?Hogs and pigs. Appl;- >
W. L. Bushardt, New'berry, Phone
4502. 8-25-tf.
PIANO INSTRUCTION?Session begins
September 18? 1916. Mis3 Mazie
Dominick, 1801 College street.
9-1-tf.
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FOR SALE?One Indian Motorcycle,
one Overland Roadster, and twenty
goats. For further information
call at Newberry Coca Cola Bottle
Co. 8-25-2t.
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KINDERGARTEN?Mrs. H. 0. Fellers
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will open the Kindergarten at her
residence, 1"321 Wheeler street,
September 18. In order to Have th?
proper equipment and sui plies 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, S. C. Offico
and bank supplies. Manufacturers
I If rubber stamps, seals, etc., Quality
and service. Prompt attention
to mail orders,
5-19-tf. \
f OUSE FOR RNT?Possession given
September 1. For particular
apply to E. H. Livingston at FarOil
Mill.
8-lo-3t.
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P.ARBBCTE?I will give a first class
barbecue at my residence near
Prosperity, Saturday September 9th,
everybody invited. J. Ben Cook,
lt-pd.
PUBLIC TRANSFER?If you want
Auto transfer phone 89 any hour
day until ten o'clock at night Dray
also. 8-22-4t.
WANTED?Four Demonstrators for
nearby South Carolina territory.
Reference required, but no experience
necessary. Our representa?iw??
m this nitv rpppivps Sf?0 t>er
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 toucfc with the company, o. E.
Bass, "The Wear-Ever Man."
8-l-3t-ltaw.
KEW GARAGE?Have opened Automobile
Repair Shop at my Stables.
James Milam, expert workman, in
charge of repair part. All work
guaranteed. Full stock of supplies,
oil and gas. Will continue Mule
? ?-x * tt : a
Dusmess at same piace. u. a. naviru.
Phone 124-2.
8-25-tf. %
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.
Honrsby, Cotton Weigher.
BARBECUE?There will be a barbej
cue at Wheeland schoolhouse Sati
urday, September 9, for the Denefiv
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oi trie scnooi. ah cauumtties <ai c
invited to come and speak. An Invitation
is also extended County
! Superintendent of Education to attend
and speak. - ?
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Robert Merchant his returned to
Columbia after a week's visit to u.*
cousin, Claude Lathari. Jr.
C1RD OF THfA5K&
I wish to thank the members of th
fire department for their prompt and
efficient service.
T. P. Wicker.
"ARCADE
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TUESDAY SEPT. 5th
V. L S. E. Pre^nls
EDNA MAYO
IN
"The BLINDNESS of VIRTUE'
. An Essanay Feature in 6 acts
Opera House
PROGRAMME
TUESDAY. STPTEMBER 5,
f iii.fi i Uii rresen'w
Clara Kimball Young
in
-THE FEAST OF LIFE"
3 Act Knickerbocker,
i SPAGHETTI PLUMP and R(TJrT
Vim Comedy.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER o.
1 THE PRIVATE OFFICER"
2 Act Essanay Drama.
Featuring Francis Bushman
"THE WISHING RJXT
Kalem Comedy.
Featuring Sis Hopkins.
f<LEGAL ADVICE"
i iSelifir Drama Featuring )Tom Mhu
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7.
"THE WATER OF LETHE"'
3 Act Vitagraph Drama.
Featuring Mary Anderson, Jack Mower
I "FABLE OF THE SMALL TOW7T
1' 4 VAUTTTM
r ? uiu x l
Essanay Comedy.
The Last Episode of *The Strang?
Case of Mary Page."
h/JLj*;?We will on Friday* j
Sept. 8, 1916, furnish a first clase
barbecue in the beautiful grove of
Phillips. Special arrangements will I
Mr. D. E. Halfacre near St
be made for the young people, and
the candidates are especially invited
to attend. D. E. Halfacre, P. H.
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I Kinard.
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*'v i- j^|?. HJinfi HH iwnu. ,ww, i ^
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Opera House
TUESDAY SEPT. 5th
Price 5 and 10 Cents *
Buist
Cabbage Seed
(New Crop)
In bulk, for fall planting
P. E WAY, Druggist
Newberry, S. C.
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GLASSES
If you need them, we hare them.
P. C. JEANS & CO.
[Jewelers, Watch Makers & Optician*
P. C. Jeans, Optometrist. '
r' . . 4'
T. JL ROGERS
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician.
AH Work Guaranteed,
Corner Caldwell and Friend Streets*
Eyes fitted and sold on Installment.
Kewberry, S. C.
| Dr. F. C. Martin |
| l||||fe Speciafist|
I Examines Eyes, FitsGUsses$
I and Artificial Eyes. t
4* T
|[f your eyes are giving you?
^trouble d )n't fail to consult himJJ
If Satisfaction Guaranteed. f
It I
if Office ove* Anderson's
|tGoods Store. J;
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