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Die Movements of many People, Newberrians,
and Those Who Yisit
Jno. A. Lindsay and "Walter re-1
turned Tuesday from Atlanta
'Mr. F. 0. Black was elected superintendent
of education in Saluda.
Mr. Tom Hutchinson of Charlotte
is visiting relatives in Newberry.
LUr. and Mrs. F. T Hoggins left
Wednesday for their home in Columbus,
Miss Blanche and Master Robert
Norris have returned: from a visit to
relatives in Fairfield.
Mrs. F. W. Higgins is in Bishopvile
visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. E.
Mr. M. A. Carlisle returned last
"week from a visit to his daughter,
Mrs. R. M. Kennedy, at Due (Wtest. I
Miss Felicia Spearman visited her
aunt, Mrs. Robert Smith, at Kinards,
Mr. R. S. Davis I1&3 changed from
Columbia to Thomasville, Ga., with the
Union News company.
Miss Ruth Payne will leave the city
after a few days to resume her position
as teacher in the Newberry graded
,Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Balle spent the'
week-end in Newberry with the latter's
parents.?Laurens Advertiser. Mies
Julia Johnstone -will leave
Saturday for her school in Greenwood.
Miss Leon.a Counts of Pomaria vis?
?r:__ t i
ll G ner cousin, i.vjass vuuuw, j
in Newberry Tuesday.
Mr. James W. Harrison is travelling
North Carolina for the Bob Leavell
Broom company. - j
"Buddie" Longshore spent Thurs-j
day in Newberry with friends.?Abbe-!
ville Press and Banner.
Mr Robert Roper, one of the fine
Laurens boys, was a pleasant visitor
Van-^arrT. T^nocrlc! V
IW .>CITU5U^ i uvuuu,-,
iNIr. R. H. Whitlock has returned to
Newberry after spending a few days
F. O. B. Detroit includ
Electric Starter and Lig
(That's the way we like tc
pective buyers. Nothing us s1
to have them put the Maxwel
hardest tes^s?compare it witl
make it stand on its own meri
When this is done, the bu
appreciate the remarkable valu
We say remarkable value
just ^hat it is. When you thi
Anni-nnpd. hiVh grade an
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sold for $595 you must admit t
In fact, there is no other c
anywhere near the Maxwell.
In the city.?Greenwood Journal.
Miss Gladys Higgins of Easley is
with her aunt, Mrs. Robert E. Leavell.i
? ---?11 ? if nn/1 VAxi'.KAnn** nnl 1 /\OTA tllic I
I1U Will ClLLCLlU ,>cnucil V uuiiJ |
Mrs. (Wetland Henderson, after visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
JVIathis, lias returned to her home at
Mrs. M. J. McWhirter is visiting relatives
and friends in Newberry county
and will later go to Newberry to
Mrs. W. D. Rutherford of Newberry '
county visited Mrs. M. J. Mc Whiter
the past week and returned to her
home on Thursday.?Union Progress, j
Miss Lula Donnan left Saturday
for Whitmire, where she will teach
school this coming session.?Tylerville
Cor Laurens Advertiser.
Miss Mallie Sligh of Jacksonville
accompanied her aunt? Mrs. J. Henry
| Harms, and children home from Saluda,
N. C., last week.
Miss 'Mary Klettner, after spending [
a week in Columbia 'with relatives re- ;
turned home (Wednesday, accompanied I
by her cousin, Miss Louise Zobel, who
will return home Friday.
Miss Mary Kibler of Newberry arrived
in the city Monday to spend the
w-eek as the guest of her friend, Miss
Louise Simmons.?Laurens Advertiser.
."Misses T^ouise and' Elizabeth Pur
cell have returned from a delightful
ten days' stay witli relatives and
friends in Newberry and Maybinton.
I\fr. and 'Mrs. Benjamin Ehrhardt
and Mrs. Jacob Ehrhardt motored to
Newberry last Tuesday on a visit to
friends and relatives,returning home
iSaturday.?Ehrhardt Cor Bamberg
Last came Alan Johnstone, Jr., of
Columbia, who gave a greatly enjoyed
humorous educational address.?
Balletine special to Columbia Record
reporting meeting of School Irrfprove
Jno. C. Higgins, now on a visit to
his home here, will leave next Tues- \
day on his return to Greenwood to
continue his sales of the "Wear Ever"
goods. John Calhoun is a "make-good"' j\
hoy that wears well. .
_ - ^
Mr. Arthur Cromer having left the j
ete?high grade Fair
) handle pros- Yon get app
uits better than reliability, easy r
1 through the ness. There is i
^ i-U />. An rr * i
i uiuci Ana so you
ts- we are glad, in f;
yer is made to the Maxwell con
.e we are offer- fully. \\ e kno(
buyer will be.
-and that is We know th
ink of a com- Maxwell is builtitomobile
being p'-ete it ne \\i
hat it is a re- He will want it
his every require
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d.1 Lilac v-vnito leiepnuuc ctnu. d
home or office.
Newberry, S. C.
store of J. T. Dennis, Mr. Fred Cromer
has taken his place there as
clerk and will take the greatest
pleasure in selling you groceries, etc.,
which Dennis knows how to handle.
Little Mae Murray pleasantly re*%>
a?v* V? awa/1 U .. A maa/1 a *-?n r?Ar? fnr Vi /~* r? 1
iiiciii uci tru. uv Aiuauc panuuo ivi uti
splendid work in "To Have and to
Hold" and "Sweet Kitty Bellair's''
will again appear at this theatre in
"The Dream Girl," today (Friday).
IMr. B. P. Ringer, who lias been
clerking for Copeland Brothers, is
now with E. Hugh Summer, where he
will he pleased to see his friends when
they want furniture and things in the
Summer line?The Hugh Summer
Mr. and Mrs. Malcom Oxner, Mr. and j
Mrs. C. K. Baker, Mr. H. F. Counts,
Master Dunn, Miss Louise Counts of
Newberry Business school, Mr. Charlton
Cromer and little K^olie, with Mr.
Jno. C. Baker motored to Columbia
Monday in (Messrs Oxner .and Baker's
_The senior editor spent a few hours j
on Wednesday of last week with the'
Reedy River association. It met with
the Bush River church, the mother
ell that sof.tinn and tflP
pastor of this church, Rev. R. H.
Burriss, was elected moderator.
Brother J. *Y. Jones was at the clerk's
desk and Deacon I. M. Smith handled
the money of the association.?Baptist
Mr. H. S. Blackwell should feel
flattered over the handsome v te by j
which he was elected solicitor o" this |
circuit The office t$- which he hac I een j
elected is an important one and we
have enough confidence in his integrity
to believe he will give it his best
efforts. There is no reason why he
should not make a success of his I
? -* c?i a_ 3 it.... ~ I
worK, ana ms irieuus <tuu uivoe vruv;
helped to elect him by their votes will'
watch his career with interest.?Laur-j
Mr. J. J. Roach, manager of the
Southern Bell Telephone avid Tele- J
graph company at (Aiken and sur- j
rounding territory, was in Newberry j
Monday and Tuesday. His many j
friends were delighted to see him, as j
he is a most genial young man whom J
we are always pleased to see. When
Mr. Roach conducted the affairs of;
the company here he managed the:
work efficiently and successfully, and ;
by his pleasant and agreeable manner
won the lasting friendship of a greatJ
many, citizens of the town and coun-1
ty?nten, women (married,and single) :
and children, who remember him J
earance. comfort, endurance,
iding, and absolute completelothing
to buy extra.
can readily understand why
set, really anxious to have ^ j
lpared and inspected so care- j
ev what the verdict of the i
at when he realizes how the
?what it will do?how com11
want it regardless of price,
because it answers exactly
to show you any time.
l car will be sent to your
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15.
JESSE L. LASKY Presests
"THE DREA3I GIRL"
A Lasky Paramount in 5 acts.
AiTrRTiiV. SFPTF1TRPR 1ft.
PATHE EXCHANGE INC Presents
"THE IBOX CLAW."
Two other selected Patheplays.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18.
DANIEL FROHMAX Presents
Hazel Dawn and Owen Moore.
A Famous Players Paramount in 5 acts
I ?.. I
In bulk, for fall planting
P. E WAY, Druggist
Newberry, S. C.
M ????IIMIBIM III ?II II ?! ?I
extensive. We will
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TT I11V11 TT V |i/VtA VAA?*<
New York, after <
and patterns sh
The smart ne
ing at extremely ]
1 * a 1
you in toucn witn
! Champagne. T
/T. Uli/1li^y ik uiwi
that you need a
No old goods.
FOR SALE?Hogs and pigs. Apply )
\Y. L. Busiiardt, Newberry, Phone
WANTED?<Ai limited number of Expression
pupils. Classes begin
Sept. 18. Beginners price is $2.00
per month. Mrs. Tom P. Johnson,
FOR SALE?Good milk cow, -with
young calf. Price reasonable.
iShould like to buy some calves.
Apply to E. B. Setzler, 2001 College
TEACHER WANTED?For the Johnstone
school* Principal ?50; assistant
$40. Term seven months. Apply
Route 5; or W. F. Ruff or W. P.
Fellers, Prosperity, S. C., Route 3.
Sept. 8, 12, 15.
FOR SALE?A good plu^ horse, good
worker and traveler; guaranteed.
Cjii be bought cheap. See me at
once or phone. Phone No. 26-2.
M. C. Shealy, Prosperity, tS. C.
T. M. SOGERS
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optielaa
All Work Guaranteed,
Corner Caldneii and Friend Streets.
Eyes fitted and sold on Installment'
Newberry, S. C.
: fall Mi
' and We<
ber 19th an
[ions ror uiis upcuuij
1 have on display ma
sed during our visit 1
own in the most
;w ideas shown, whi
low prices, will surel]
which is cordially i
Fashion's latest dev
irtment in charge of Miss V
PROSPERITY, S. C.
in all combination
l-? ^ l/v^/iof in /?v/?cc m
/1/(4>LCO sI v / i^oo it ir
t Waists at the ri
i Grace Corset,
is. Buttons, Collars
nd all new and i
Prosperity, S. C.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15.
3 Act Essanay.
Harry Be&umont, Harry Dunkinson.
"IN DEATH'S PATHWAY**
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,
"BY RIGHT OF LOYE"
2 Act Lubin.
"SELIG TRIBUNE NO. 59."
"HAWS WCTTRT.WT\n FIMSH"
HjAM and BUD.
KRAZY at The GREAT HORSE RACE.
tfOSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18.
Featuring Harry King.
5 Act Knickerbocker.
The Ladies Aid Society of the New!
berry church extends a most cordial
welcome to the Woman's Missionary
I union of the Second Presbytery, which
! is to meet vrith them on the 4th and
5th of October.?Mrs. H. h. Parr in
Associate Reform Presbyterian.
I Examines Eyes, Fits Glasses!
| and [Artificial Eyes. |
|If your eyes are giving youf
^trouble don't fail to consult him|J
$ Satisfaction Guaranteed. |
Jj Office over Anderson's Dry^
T Goods Store. X
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? have been very
ny new creations
to Baltimore and
the new models
exclusive Fifth \
ch we are ojter/
please you, and
nvited, wiF put
iwest in plaids,
ght price. The
and everything x
latest in style.