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i YIMOUS A>D ALL ABOCT.
^!he Mutual pictures at the Arcade
k like old times, they are fine. i
^his is the time of year when "the
den evening brightens in the west."
lary Pickford in "Hulda from
land," at the Arcade toda3*.
The Girl of the Golden West" at
t. Baohman Cromer had the misnne
to lose & horse from colic
"mill Ka but there
ot much of a public nature to be
le next state fair promises to be
largest and best ever held. Begin
Just think of it!
>use Peters will be seen in the
1 Rider" at the Opera House next
sack of home-raised flour was sent
[r. Warren G. Peterson to ColumSV'ednesday,
via parcel post.
d Mr. J. H. West to the list of
TMimhftttArs of Studebakers 4
rom Mower's. j
ft The Hartford school will open on
onday, October 2, with Misses Annie
Hiris and Cleone Hayes, teachers.
The library will be opened from B
5:30 on Monday, Wednesday anl;
Jiday afternoons, beginning October
Juoth the Pickens Sentinel. Sweet j
Biers and 'possum a ripenin'. iSdm- 1
B>n beer will soon be here. Plant;
Bme wheat and have plenty to ?it.";
Football will no - engage the atKition
of a great many people her-*,'
common with millions of the great
fculace all over tne nation.
Ferguson. colored, widely
iown as "Ferguson the painter,"' j
3 greatly improved the front looks
B. S., Newberry, S. C., for
ond quarter for support of > little
r.'?From receipts for Da^iap
hanage, in Associate Ret'irmeJ
Irs. R. C. Boyle&ton; principal of
Johnstone school, requests the
rons of the school to be present at
opening of the session on next
I Rev. L. P. Boland, pastor, will j
each, at Betheden Sunday mo ning
ad thold' communion eervlce and "will
each in the afternon at .TaJla^a, at
Wlallatee Reid und Cleo R^ely in
he House of the Golden Windows"
11 be the Monday Paramount feature
it may be natural for a mere re
Ijrter to get two girls mixed, but that
It makes it al the more a reality
|lt like the stars one girl differeth
>m another girl in glory.
\my Gallman, colored, was up hee
the recorder IWtednesday on the
irge of raising a disturbance on
itting mill hill. She was sentenced
pay $10 or serve 30 days.
rreenville News says the meaning
the word "green" is "growing.'
K .News eaiwr iuu&u jjjuvo ?/cwo~v?
^ ough Newberry and seen those
Hie pools on 'Scott's creek.
Lancaster News says clean back
Buds indicate healthy minds in the
H>mes. There are healthy minds in
Bfewberry, but from the looks of some
^Hck yards all the minds in this town
gjfa far fTom being healthy.
^Ta. letter came to this office one
relay this week addressed to the "Hirl
ng first class Tailinvited
Xase." The "Herald'' part of this
paper has been badly twisted several
times in the spelling, but the last is
The Pumpkintown correspondent o? j
the Pickens Sentinel says that if in j
this age there lived a man whose!
x" ~ !
name was itana.ee -lkjuuic, ins ?nc
would make him nurse the kid and
she'd take up the poodle.
York News says possums are more;
plentiful this year thian ever in that j
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p?rt 01 ine country. it is tu uc nuycu
they are plentiful in Newberry county, |
although there are people here who !
would no more eat possum than cat. j
H. G. Wells .stakes his reputation ;
as a prophet or the prediction that
Germany will sue for peace in November.?'News
iand Courier. 0 well, give j
it ut> and find out what H. B. Wells |
thinks of moving pictures.
The last man that went to a hotel
and registered from Cola was from
Columbia but had been in Newberry
listening to Mr. W. A. Asbill talk
about the superiority of the drinks
put up at the Coco Cola Bottling j
There will be a meeting of the j
Young People's Mission band at the;
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer!
Sunday afternon at 5 o'clock. Dele- j
gates will be elected to the Y->ang|
People's federation, which meets in j
Greenville October 13-16.
Street Supervisor Joe W. Werts, af-j
ter putting in good condition tb-e J
street at the side of C. E. Hutchin- J
son's store, is now engaged witn his !
force of hands in improving that rat i
of Galdwell street fronting th2 residence
of Mr. McK. Hutchinson.
The Cmig Auto company of Laurens j
was chartered with a capital stock of i
$1,000, the officers being W. A. Craig,!
. ? ^ i
president and treasurer, ana im u i
Waldrop, rice president and secretary. |
Go to the Opera House today and see
"The Wter Bride of Plumville" and "A
Mystery of the Rail.*'
We don't have such times in Newberry
as they have in Spartanburg.
Two public auto drivers were before
the recorder trie otner nay ior naming
at the -union station in that city.
One of the men is named Cash. Cash
was released -while the other fellow
was made to release $7.50 of his cash.
. Orangeburg Times and Democrat i
| says every time it hears a mian knocki
ing his competitor it feels like givj
ing him a dose of chloroform. Then
! it wisely adds: "A pull together will j
' mean a bigger town with more busi- j
ness for even,* body." This is com-!
j mended to some people in iXewberry.
, "Jim Pep" treated the reporter and ;
others in the neighborhood to a sere
nade Wednesday night. Jim is one of'
i " ;
the best of the colored local tulen*. i
j He makes gocd music with his har-!
' rionica and guitar and can whist1*;
like the mocking bird. Jim is well |
1 liked by the white people.
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I Alter next iv-ioiiuay ?*n. j. m. i
i Swindler will not be at liis repair'
shop. He "will give that up, but will j
continue in tne repair business. Not j
i having to attend shop he will be fre >
to go wherever called, in town or
country, to repair sewing machines,
| V/IVTVXVO, UJJJ.k/1 CUV.
j 'Says the Madden correspondent of;
j the Laurens Advertiser: "The fruit j
tree agent and the pecan man (alas! j
lalas! horr many fortunes, were made
on the "beautiful representations of!
. that pecan grove) and now the time j
for paying is here."' Dees this strike
any in Newberry?
While mowing on Mr. S. P. Mc
Crakin's place Monday one of the
horses pulled the mower on the other
horse, the blade almost severing the
horse's foot. Dr. Boyd Jacob's was
called, and the accident necessitated
the killing of the -unfortunate horse,
which was a valuable one.
Sometime ago the vacant storeroom
adjoining the Fridy Ford Motor com puny's
garage was fixed up for a new
automobile place or business to be
run in Newberry, it aid not turn oui i
as expected, so now the Fridy people I
will use it in connnection with their
line of oars, which. is expanding and
It is Treasurer Schumpert now,
the governor having appointed him.
Under the law Clerk of Court Goggans
will have charge of the office
oJ Judge of probate until after th3
November election, when Judge-elect
Ewart will assume his duties in full.
Mr. Ewart "will assist Mr. Goggina
until that time.
The Holly Grove correspondent of j
the Laurens Advertiser states that the j
electric trolley survey runs through j
several farms in his neighborhood
and that where it passes through his
pasture is an ideal spot for a park,
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ItCtViiig fail 111C OV,tUC? J \->JL <-? *
mountain in miniature. That sounds j
good. Wish ve had sucli here.
The Woman's Home and Foreign'
Missionary society of the Lutheran
Church of the Redeemer will hold its
monthly meeting at the parsonage at
four o'clock Monday afternon, Octob
n An A%i/v 1-* nrr\rx no T7 '
ei" it. All HieillUCi o die uigcu |
their monthly dues at this meeting'
and also to bring five cents for the J
incidental expenses of the conven-^
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I In a test tns
! David L. Gal
His 11 IUIC, a
Car made froi
33.7 miles pe:
of gasoline a1
35 miles pe
it r j__
w e reproaut
ter from Pro
A TOTE tha
The car i
load and wit
! ing it The Wt
tion to be held at Johnston, October
* "J. W. C.," in writing to Li 2 Associate
Reformed Presbyterian of the
preaching of Rev. R. T. Kerr of Bradley
at Kings Creek, says: "His sermons
were well prepared and present
ed in an earnest and pleasing manner.
Good congregations were present and
God's "blessing rested upon the services.
Four young people were received
into the church by profession
of faith, three of whom were baptized,
and one was received by letter."
Everywhere we read that "prospects
1 " 11 ^ 3 - ??~ /\fTAW
for a gooci ian truue xic V CI j
ter." One near-by paper says "there
is no reason why this section should
not enjoy the greatest wave of prosperity
that has hit it in many years."
Then we read of the tide of gold
flowing to this country. What this
temporary reporter -would like to know
ir. why is the newspaper business hit
0.1 v>otv1 wfiiip. nther businesses seem
to be prospering. Is the newspaper
business all that is pushed to the
The Rev. Jim Harmon, colored, as
was brought out in the recorder's court
on Tuesday morning, had hired Caddy
Simmons to take him in Lillie Gilliam's
auto ihack a distance in the
country lor vvmtn ne nau yi
to pay, but kept it up in promising, but
failing. The charge against him on
the olice blotter vras beating auto
hack hire. Recorder Earhardt miade it
$10 or 15 days. The "reverened"
paid his fine. 'WHiat profit it a
man to owe $4 in the spring and have
to pny $10 in the fall.
Some of the exchanges are print- j
ing an article,about courtesy in business,
stressing the fact that a merchant
out west puts upon his wrapping
paper the words "Thank ou/'
ouring Detroit, J
r gallon , blue prin1
t speed, ??
i 10 to
;r JlOIir. -no'dl3cusi
:e a let- the best (
0 1 the^curve
t no unusual means wi
used was taken from st<
h top and windshield u
11 car is capable of givi:
rating economy matchi
irld's Greatest Motor Cat
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BLOW BY STRIKE
OF LITTLE FORCE
Leaders Insist a Half Million ,
Workers Will Be Involved in
New York, Sept. 27.?Although la-1
bor leaders insisted tonight that the
general strike of trades unionists in
the greater city in iaid of the carmen i
who quit their places September G
eventually would involve at least a
half million -workers, there were no
surface indications of a tie up of th*
city's industries, as threatened, after
announcement was made today that
the strike had begun.
While the union leaders claimed
;tc. This is nothing new in Newberry.'
Mr. Klettner?the same O. Klettner [
wnose name is ia nousenoia v%vru;
throughout the county, and who is
known to almost every man, woman 1
and child in the county?sent that
identical message to his numerous
customers years and years ago.!
Women who were little childrer at
the time are now sending their own
little children to this same merchant
who believes in courtesy in business.
There is sickness from malaria in !
Newberry. Now, from some throats!
here will come the cry: "Don't say [
that, it will hurt the town.'1 But still
nothing is ever done. Molariij, is hurting
the town worse than the mention
of it is. If you don't want .the town 1
hurt why don't you report unsanitary |
places to the board of health? Cer^ |
tain stagnant pools of water are right
down there on Scott's creek, right
under the noses of some people^ (and
the water which is sending forth some'
of the malaria is so thick with green '
aom olrMAof r* 11 f ,txmo I
oiiiiic it Lau aiiuuou vuu ?? xun u u^ii.v, .
Cooperate with your board of (health
and let something- be done before an j
21 idemic breaks out.
DAVID L GALLUP. M. E.
oactm ?iM SOp
I beg leave'to submit the encl<
t giving the results of an e^onon^
1917 Stock Maxwell Touring.Car,
The curve is"self explanatory')
Jion other than the statement that
r, which was stock, was adjusted ti
;ombination of power, flexibility,
ny, for such oonditions ofjtouring
j be encountered.
In tabular"forn the results ift
sheet) are S3 follows:
3 per .hour.) [Miles per gai:
/ /7 -
ere employed to get tl
ock; the test was made
p; the regular Maxwel]
onr thtc camp pronornv
Ug tJLlJLU k/UJLXAV ^ ^ ^
bs its economy in first
y, S. C ^
F. iO. B, .1
io Extras to Buy
that 125,000 workers in various trade?
already had joined the movement,
with twice as many more ready to
' walk out' tomorrow, the police said
they had received no reports to substantiate
any such estimates. Tha
actual situation, it was said, was cou
fused because of the Jewish holidays^
v;hich are bein^ celebrated here by
more than 100,000 union workers.
Leaders of the Amalgamated Association
of Street and Electric Railway
Employes, whose members are on
strike, were encouraged tonight they
asserted over the possibility of the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers
coming to their aid. Officials of that
organization notified the public service
commission during the day that
Theodore P. Shonts, presideat of the
Interborongh Rapid Transit company,,
had refsed to see them and discuss
alleged grievances of motormen in the
1 1 --
employ of tne inierooruusn v\ uu ?*?
members of that brotherhood. Mr.
Shonts declared tonight, however,,
that there were' 110 differences between
the motormen and the company.
Two hundred and five representatives
of various unions at a meetinglr;te
today ratified the sympathetic
strike order, it was announced, an4
agree to call out the members of
their organizations tomorrow. While
this meeting was in session the grand
ji:Ty returned indictments against i >
persons accused of stone throwing;,
assault on car crews and smashing
windows of airs during the car
There were fewer attempts at violence
today, according to the police.
TEACHER WANTED?Teacher for
McCrary school. iSalary, $45 a
month. Term, 5 or 6 months. Apply
to Jno. Oxner, Newberry, R. F. I>. *
No. 2 or T. W. Folk, Newberry, SL
C., R. F. D. No. 2.
it. 1st, 1916.
with a full
: cost, ma!iI