VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
MoTem^Dts of many People, New- i
berrians, and Those Who Visit
Miss Mattie Lou Wicker and Mary |
Cromer have gone to Winthrop.
Hayne W. Ucminick of Newberry
?*as among me visitors sp?nuiug /?a(erday
Mr. Brooks Guin is <:.t the U. S. A.j
barracks in Columbus. Ohio, in training
for military service.
Mr. B. C. Banks of _the Prosperity!
section of country was in the city i
Mrs. Workman (Effie Faucett) andj
ilttle son of Ch?:ppells are the quests j
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?I jur. anu Mrs. .vi. o. rauv.cn.?umvu
Miss Virginia Lee Poole has returned
from a visit to relatives in Gaffne\'
and has as her guest Miss Mayer
of Xewberry.?Union Times
Mrs. Riser of Newberry is visiting
in the home of her nephew, Mr. F.
M. Boyd.?Johnston Cor Edgefield
Messrs. Wilbur Ballentine. Edgar
R>gh and Willie Becker have return
*ed to college at Newberry, S. C.?
E:m Claire Cor Columbia Record.
Messrs. J. VV. born, J. W. Ouzts and
Roy Faulkner of Sauldu are spending
several days in the city with ;Mr.
-J. B. Gregory and family.
Mr. J. H. Baxter went to St. Lukf'j
c?netery Saturday und erec*
monument to the memory rs j
J. E. Monts.
-Mr. and Mrs. R H. Herron ...d
^daughter, Ruby, of Wbitmire, spent
last Sunday with friends and relatives.
^ They came in their car.?Olympic
-Cot Columbia Record.
Mrs. Jane C. Jones, who has been
spending the summer, with Mrs. P. P.
Jones on Main street, has returned to
ker heme in Newberry.?Eau Claire j
? _ _
Mr, William Wendt came from
UDion last week to relieve Mr. Stanaoore
Langford at the Southern Powder
sub-station in Newberry, Mr, langford
being sick. . j
Or. E. M. Dibble, en route to^ his
IXHne in Marion on a motor trip from
Xew York city, stopped over in Newberry
(Saturday with his cousin, Rev.
'' f. E. Dibble. / j
"Mayor Zach F. (Wright attended a j
meeting of the executive committee
of the >cuth -Carolina Mayor's convention
in Columbia Friday and arranges**
for the annual meeting of the
? in thot pitr October 13. I
iMiss Elhe! C romer will arrive Irom.j
GreenTille tomorrow to spend a few\
<days in Newberry with her cousin.
Miss Mary Cromer, and other rela*i?e&.
on her way to Kingst ee,
^here she will teach school.
Sir. and Mrs. L. S. Shealey, Mr.
3 *^oVi/ioloTr mAtrvrpd !
VLTgli aiKl JfllSis iv.ui a. A.M-*.? (
from Little Mountain to Greenwood
Saturday to visit their relatives, Mr.
aisd Mrs. J. H. -Stockman.?Breeze^wood
Cor Greenwood Index.
Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Wright and
fcis niece. Miss Haskell Wright, spent |
Monday in Laurens county at the home I
of 'Miss Wright's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. 4'?V F. Wright. They were ac-j
companied by Mr. and Mrs. C. B Martin
in their car.
VARIOUS \XD ALL ABOUT.
"The signs are up along the road for
an early winter and the first freeze
?bout the middle of October.
There are many fatal automobile
accidents throughout the country
White blind tigers are sent to the
ci-un gang without the alternative of
a. fine in Augusta. \
The Mutual program is again being
shown at tLe Arcade on Tuesday,
"Thursday and Saturday.
Johnston Times siys corn on the
?ob beats fat pumpkin pies. Everyl?oiiy
to his own taste or "raisins.''
Covered garbage cans are the kind
used in well regulated cities. Summer
Bros, are using them in front of
tbeir business houses.
Tenderness does no* mem weakness,
softness, <effeminateness. It is
consistent with strength, manliness,
N truth and bravery.?Selected.
Dt. C. D. IvVteeks' residence is looking
like a new place under the workmanship
of Thomas Jefferson Lathrop,
-Cftlilliam H. Crane in "David Harum"l
K'trcajL the story "by Edward^ Noyesl
Wescott "will be the paramount production
at the Arcade Wednesday.
Mary Pickfoid will appear at the
Aro.:de Friday as l little dutch girl
~in "Hulda From Holland" a 5 act
The Ladies' Aid society cf the
"Lutheran church of the Redeemer will
ineet Tuesday afternon at 5 o'clock at
lie home of Mrs. Boyd Jacobs.
Dr. and Mrs. James M. Kibler announce
the engagement cf their
Slighter. Emma Elizabeth, to Frank J
Worthington Champan of Dillon the|
wedding to be solemnized October 20.!
Rabbi Silver of Columbia will come!
to Newberry and conduct the Jewish
New Year services at Klettner's hall,
.eginning Wednesday evening and continuing
through Thursday and Friday.
From sings and the remarks of
:ome people, business is picking up
iir Newberry; yet some ones here are
having a hard time on account of
ihe war in Europe.
The Newberry papers last Friday
carried the story of the arrest of a
negro wife murderer. Today's papers
carry another story of negro wife
Who hath quickness of mind, keenj
ness of eye and swiftness of fingers.
They tb t tarry long at the switchboard
in the central telephone office,
The Sewing Circle of the Calendar
society will meet Wednesday afternoon
at 3:30 at the home of Mrs. W.
W. Hornsbv. All members are urged
to be present.
Some people think it strange when
there is an error in the paper. Errors
get in just like keys are left in boxes
at the postoffice or letters are addressed
to New York, iSl C.
A sweet and be.iutiful duet from
Rock of Ages was sung by Misses
Lizzie Salter and Carolyn Caldwell
at the Central Methodist church Sunday
Speaking of horse sense Mr. Jack
Gregory, who drives the oil "wagon,
says the team he uses has mule
sense. He could ride all day asleep
on the wagon and the mules would
turn to the right every time they
heard the horn of an automobile.
The next Metro picture attraction at
the Opera House will be "The Half
Million Bribe" Thursday, with the
beautiful and magnetic Mar^uerte
Snow as one of the stars. The Half
Million Bribe is a photodrazaatic
How do p ople vote? By clippingj
the Free ^Voting Coupon out of each!
issue of The Herald and News and by
receiving votes when they pUy their
subscription either in the office or to
the ladies who will participate in this
+ m.n'hpl 1 is vsrv
X JLO<X IX XI ^
much pleased with the way the people
;have been cooperating with him.?
Anderson Mail. The way the Newberry
people cooperate with Health
Officer Adams is far from being
the Anderson manner.
We wisn me ;dmes of the Civic
league would congregate on the bridge
over iScott's creek near the other side
of the city park and gaze upon thbse
little puddles of water. The color
scheme is green, mixed wita yellow.
The troubled wate:s await close inspection.
The Dutch weather prophet, Mr.
Wm. P. H'ouseal, predicts killing frefst
along about October IS, sljght frost
probable about October 7. He says at
least two snows of large proporticms i
'are indicated along this section the I
coming winter, and that temperatures
will be lower than last year.
There will be a meeting of the
Parent Teachers' asociation of Boundary
street school Wednesday afternoon
at 4:30 o'clock. Every parent of
the school whether a member of the
association or not, is requested to be
present at this first and very important
meeting of the school year.
iSoore another point for Mr. Alan
RoiVhipv'a Hnrlev-I>a.vi(fson motor
cycle, which is getting up a rep. ,It I
ran a distance of 44 miles in one hour |
and forty minutes Saturday night,1
when Mr. ReigLley ame on it from i
Union to Newberry, (accompanied byi
Mr. Walter Cameron in the side-car. j
There has been a change in the
clerkship at Jno. B. Mayes Book and
\variety store. Mr. Eddie Dickert
will take the place of Mr. Elbent Cromer,
who will re;.d law. Mr. Dickert
is a good clerk of experience. Mr.
Cromer ought to make a good lawyer,
having made a good clerk and being
very efficient in the use of his tongue,
ia "hio-KTv OQCAntifll in the Dro- I
fessicn he has chosen to adopt.
A Maxwell five passenger Touring
Car; and other valuable prizes and cas
cash awards amounting to over $1,000
to be given av;ay by The Herald and
News. To whom? To the ladies residing
in the territory covered by The
Her ild and News. How will they be
^iven away? The patrons of The
Herald and News will decide by casting
their votes for Uieir favorite
Elijah Ruff, a colored boy, was fined
$3?which he parid?in the recorder's
court 'Saturday, for running over a
white boy, Gus Blease, Jr., at the
Mollohon mill. The white boy was not
hurt. As it was an occi.lent on taej
part of the colored boy his fine v.us j
? * - 1 ,,-on !
lignt ior nis carelessness.
looking "behind him from his 1 uggy, I
paying no attention to what was in
The spectacle of an English sparrev;
hanging to a thread is seen unx*
der the eaves of the court house, i
Mr. W. S. Mann discovered it some- i
time ago and won't let it be cut down!
us it frightens ether sparrows away
from that spot. He says it committed
suicide. If it did it must have been
about the time there was talk of ex.
tf-rminating tfca English sparrows!
The putt that banks can play in I
promoting the local cattle industry i:;
illustrated by the action taken re
cently by a group of southern bankers,
says the Johnston Times. A few!
farmers in Gibson county, Tenn.,
started a movement looking toward
diversification of crops by raiding less
cotfon and increasing the number and
quality of cattle. The Commercial
b:nk and Mr. T. M. Mills took up the
work in Newberry) county and are
carrying it on.
Talking about your small cotton
bells, you should see n boll that is a ;
i boll at Summer Bros, grocery store, j
1 I!l& 15> <X Idl JjC l/VIl \J>1 LUt TT tOL A U-Uiv^ |
variety, grown by Mr. Dick Carr of
Mollohon. The cotton is beautiful
and soft, feeling like wool and is of;
the purest white. It has three locks to;
the boll and about fifteen seed to the j
pod, the seed being very small. The
cotton as it hangs gracefully frcm the
boll is worth seeing. Mr. Carr has only
a small patch, but it shows that this
cotton can be successfully grown in
Last Thursday's Spartanburg Herald
contained a big item of news when it
mentioned that "for the first time in
the history of tlie Spartanburg postoffice
an R. F. D. route wins covered
yesterday by one carrier in an automobile."
Why, man, carrying mail by
automobile is\no new thing in Newberry.
That /(as been going on here
for some time now. In this respect
Spartanburg is like Charleston was
when that city clung to the old mule
nnwer frvr street, nars While Other
* FRIDAY SEFT
f Daniel Frohn
, Mary P
In a Q :aint and Cb;
By Edith Bir
< . TO!
Reedy to We
i ou are i
and inspect tl
for fall wear.
I Caldwell and
I 1216-20 Main St.
The Wooltex Store
A AT THE IP j
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2G.
"LOVES BITTER STRENGTH''
2 reel American.
"TAMING WILD BILL"
2 reel Mustang Western.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27.
DANIEL FROHMAN Presents
I William H. Crane.
"DAYID HA RUM"
j A Famous Players Paramount in 5 acts
Four Keels of Selected Mutual
i'liJDAY, SEPTEMBER 29.
DAMEL FROHMAX Presents
"HILDA FROM HOLLAND"
A Famous Players Paramount in 5 acts
cities were using electricity. Scofe one;
for Newberry ahead of Spartanburg, j
I Dr. F. C. Martin 1
i Examines Eyes, Fits Glasses |
I and Artificial Eyes. I
J;If your eyes are giving youl
^trouble dm't fail to consult him 4
t Satisfaction Guaranteed. |
f Office ove* Anderson's Dry J;
Goods Store. |ji
EfV?BER 29th \
lan Presents 1 \
ickf ord 1 j
anuria PI o Dplay
ening display \
jrged to call
he new styles
Newberry, S. C.
The Ladies Store
<j> ? |
COTTON MARKET. <8> |
<$> >'e wherry. <$> j
Cotton 15.75 3> j
< Cotton seed, per bu 75c t> |
! *> Prosperity. ? i
V 'IwOUOIl ! >. i.) v |
! y Cotton seed, per bu....... 75c i
I <s> Pomarla. <$>
'Cotton 15.75 i
j ^ Cotton seed, per bu 75c I
| ? Little Mountain. j
| ' Cotton 15.75 '$>\
!' ' Cotton seed, per bu 76c $>
j ^ Whitmlre. ?
| Cotton 16c ?
, ^ Cotton seed, per bu 75c <S>
I $> Chappells. <?>
Cotton 15.65 <s>
Cotton seed, per bu 75c <$>
1 ^ Silver Street. ^
| <?> Cotton 15.62 - >
j ? Cotton seed, per bu.. 75c <?
i <$> Kinards. ^
! /Cotton 15.75
!<? Cotton seed, per bu 75c ^
Baker and Oxner sold a Dodge to
Mr. Walter Busharat last Thursday.
How to Tell Gei
Cut Glass like all
maay grades. And pe
imitations in cut glass
thine handled hv iewel
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The first thing y
consideration when yoi
chasing a piece of cut g
where you know with
themselves know tha
selling you is genuine.
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-\na 11 ine piece 1
and blown blank the in
fectly smooth to the to*
fingers lightly over the
you can feel any uneve
know without a doul
piece of glass. And the
glass have a clear cr^
those of pressed glass
which will be more anc
exposed to light and
But the genuine will he
pearance no matter ho\>
or any temperture. If
a piece of cut glass we ^
to drop in and let us ex
many differences in gla
ways know yourself
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a gouu giaje ui v-iui^vjn
P. C. Jeans
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I She Finds Them 1!::'
"I have wo'i Que.p. Qs
find thc.n I.;.- v-..:.' p* r.i'.j
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the feet it. i i keep ' '.r.r
tlitm a ! r < r-.e ?, i
shoe as -r .1 o
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J. H SUMMER
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Opera House j
A V B4VA VAJU
Ti r^niv WPTvunrD 4/5 ^
I I k'Ll 1 Jb.UUliU _U?
"HUMAN HOUNDS'* I
'Vim Comedy ]
Featuring FLUMP and RUNT.
WORLD FILM COR. Presents I
Mollie King and Arthur Ashley M
in the 5 Act Farce Comedy.
"THE SUMMER GIRL" JM
"THE CHIMNEY SWEEP" |
2 Act Essanay. I
Featuring Joyce Fair. I
"PEACHES And PONIES"
1 . Kalcm Comedy.
Featuring I?y Close.
"A RACE FOR A LIFE"
Featuring Mary Anderson, m
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28.^
"AN ANGELIC ATTITUDE* V
Selisr Western Comedy.
Featuring Tom Mix.
METRO PICTURE COR Presents V
Hamilton Revelle, Xargueriet Snow. I
In 5 Acts. a
"THE HALF MILLION BRIBE*
1 In 5 Acts. V
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other articles is sold in I
srhaps there are more
than most any other
ers today. I
ou want to take mto a
11 are thinking of purlass
is to go to the place I
out a doubt that they I
it the article they are
- : i i_i s
s a genuine nanusnapea
side surface will be perich
when you run your 1
: inside surface. And if
nness or waves^likc you
it that it is a pressed |
i edges of genuiue cut
rstal appearance Jwhile J
a cloudy appearance
I more apparent as it is
change of temperture.
>ld its crystal like apv
it is exposed to light
you intend to purchase
will be pleased for you
plain and show you the
ss ware so you can al=when
you are getting .
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