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VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. I
Ute tfoYHrpnts of ir.any People, New*'
berrians, and Those Who Yislt
Mr. L. B. iS-chumpert of Prosperity
*vas in Xewberrv yesterday.
Mr. J no. P. Mills of Prosperity t
vas in the city yesterday.
Mr. B. E. Dawkins of Prosperity ?
was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Charlie Boiling of Columbia
-.spent Sunday in the city.
Mr. Frank Siiber of Pomaria 3 was
in the city Wednesday.
Mr. J. Reece Lake spent the weekend
Miss Josephine Lee of Columbia is
visiting her sister, Mrs. T. S. Humphries
John Peterson of Newberry motor
ed to ourcity Monday ana speni uie
day.?Abbeville Pre. s and Banner.
Mr. and Mrs. l\Vl M. Meadors of Motile,
Ala., are visiting his aunt, Mrs.
T. W. Smith.
Messrs. Otwey and LeRoy Salter are
3r Atlanta visiting their brother, Mr.
Mrs. Mary Cousins has returned ]o
her home in Sweetwater, Tenn., after
.a visit to relatives^in Newberry.
Mr. Louis X. Rodgers of (Union,
traveling for the Bob Leavell Brooia
company, was in the city Tuesday.
Miss Rosa Hamm of Silverstreet is
a student at Xewberry college and is
-boarding at Dr. W. El Lake's
Rev. Y. von A. Riser of Gibsonville,
C., is visiting his father, Mr. J. H.
Riser, in Newberry.
Edward Davis is one of the new
students at the Citadel academy in
v Charleston. j
Jtfr. Baynard Simmons, Jr., of
f Charleston was in Newberry^Wednes-I
Messrs. Cannon G. Blease and 9am
cnont Wednesday in1
Mr. Stanley Baker o? Greenwood i
was in the city Monday, attending the
v Parr-Baker wedding.
Air. W. G. Sloan has changed his!
- address from Williams ton to ML J
Airy, Ga. |
Miss Margaret Davis will return
Vja&me toduy from an extended visit,
.**3? relatives in Henderscnville.
jyLiss -Vlamie Paysinger left yester-'
-day for Branchville, where she will j
again xeach school.
\r t? T^>velace has returned;
.rtosm a visit to relatives in Durham,!
-Mrs. Jno. A. Lindsay is visiting herj
sons, Messrs, Maxey and Oliver Lind-j
-say, in Atlanta.
Jir. J. Lance Swindelear left Wedsoesday
for Columbia to pursue his j
studies at the Presbyterian Theologiscal
.Rev. W. R. Bouknight and Mr. J. j
Monroe Swindler attended the quar-;
;terly conference of the Newberry cir-j
. cuit at Trinity Tuesday.
-Mrs. Frank Sligti and son Francis j
,iiave returned from a several days
visit to her mother, Mrs. T. H. Hill in
.Mr. Jim Smith of Kinards, together j
^/ich others of his family, spent a!
few hours in town one day last week
on business.?Laurens Advertiser.
Messrs. Raymond (Styles cf Ohio,
Howard Taylor of Indiana and "Walter
IRenken of Charleston arrived this
"week to resume their studies at New.
Jdrs. G. Wright of Charlotte, on
'^rer way to join Tier husband in New
'3tark, is spending several days here
with, her parents, Dr. and Mrs. T. W.
Miss Azile Parr has returned to |
Due West College for Women, after!
attending the wedding of her sister, J
Miss Eddie Mae Parr, to Mr. Ralph'
. Barre Baker.
Miss Bessie Lake is visiting her
brother, Mr. W. E. Lake, Jr., in Columbia.
From there she will go to Olar,
C., where she is elected assistant
1 ts&eher in the high school.
. iNtewberry is his old home and his
Hrieads there are more thkn glad to
"iiave him hack.?Southern School
.'.News in mentioning Dr. James P.
Xinard as the head of our city schools.
Miss Anne D. Jones, teacher of his>
tory for three years in iWtinthrop college,
or South Carolina State Normal,
aeu nome yesieraay to accept a simii- j
ar position in Savannah, Ga.
Mrs. William Johnson has returned
from Columbia after spending1
three weeks in that city with 'her j
daughter, Mrs. Bruce Wallace and
Mrs. Maurice Partridge ana son,
.a i . Norman Partridge of Augusta, Ga.,
ypent sevral days of this week in Xewj
oerry, the guests of Mrs. Partridge's
: .rotner, Mr. ;C. J. Purcell.
Mr. J. Sidney Derrick is now with.
1 wO^eland brothers, where he will be
, pleased to welcome his friends. Mr.
Derrick is a business clerk of experience
and will serve his employers and
the public with satisfaction.
Miss Xorine Murdoch, who has been
the attractive guest of Misses Nellie
and Harriet Adams, left yesterday on
a visit to olurhbia and Orangeburg,
! to spend awhile before returning to
Vior ih/vmo in (TharlARton.
Mr. Wm. T. Gary and Mrs. W. D.
Turnely of Fort llijer, Fla., are visiting
relatives in Newberry. Mrs. Turnely
will be pleasantly remembered by
oviiie of our citizens as Miss Mauds
Rev. M. J. Epting, D. D., has returned
to 'his pastorate of St. Paul's
church, Savannah, Ga., from a visit
with his family to relatives in Newberry,
S. C.?Lutheran Chu-ch
Tbe Pineville school district has
elected Prof. Jacob Shealy, a graduat ;
cf Newbery college to teach.?Hollow
1 ^ * XT TTT _
treeK iv_-or iveesvine we mave
(already told you of these Newberry
j Mr. and Mrs. Rex Young and little
| Mildred are spending a few days with.
' their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Young.?Hurricane Cor Laurens Advorfipjir
iTWt> Vrvn rt cr ho o rotllpno/1
? VI tlOVi ?UA X VUil^ A 4AVU WV/
Newberry. Mrs. Young and baby will
j come later.
Mr. and lire. Walter Fulner and
I Mrs-. Buchman irulmer or Columbia
motored to Newberry Sunday to see
their daughter and sister, Mrs. H. B.
Wells. Mrs. Wells accompanied them
home and returned to Newberry
Among those going to Columbia
Monday night to see A1 Field's minstrels
were: Misses Margaret and Bess
Burton, Messrs. Ned: Purcell, David I
Caldwell, Earle Hipp, Metts Fant, J. j
E. Stokes, A. C. Matthews, John
Peterson, Ellis Wheeler, Owen!
Holmes and Clarence Davis. .
Sheriff Cannon G. Blease, next to
the youngest sheriff of the state by
only a few years, will leave for
Greenville Monday to attend the meet- j
ing- of the State Sheriff's association, |
of which het is the president. Chief of I
Police Ed. L. Rodelsperger v.ill als:>
attend the meeting.
Senator Alan Johnstone, president
board of trustees Clemson college,;
will leave Spartanburg Saturday j
wiw the other members of the South!
Carolina Boll Weevil commission for
. . ... i
a trip througn Georgia, Aiaoama,
Mississippi and Louisiana to study
boll weevil conditions.
Mr. R. H. Whitlock, representing
the automobile firm of Baker and
Cxner in Newberry, returned from
Greenwood Monday night with ?a nev;
4 Dod^e." It will be another new
dodge when Baker and Oxner have
their garage built on the lot be
tween Mr. F. N. Martin's residence j
and the new store building for D. A. i
Misses Louise .Counts and Cleo Aull
gn^duates of the Newberry Business I
school, have gone to Clinton to be;
with the large and growing firm of j
Jacobs and company, rney were ac- j
companied to that fine place by Mrs. j
T. J. Hayes and Messrs H'. F. and :
Dunn Counts in the automobile Tuesday.
Mrs. Helen O. Ray is sending
out excellent material as stenograph
ers from her school.
Fred H Dominick of Newberr/,
congressmiin-nominate from the thin,
district, was in the city today shaking
hands with, friends and receiving congratulations
on his successful rac3
for the nomination. Mr. Dominick I
has received many congratulatory j
telegrams an1 letters and is grateful
to his friends for the' aid they gavej
him. He is on his way for a ten day's
vacation.?Columbia Cor News and
Mr. Preston Williamston of Baltimore
is visiting Newberry on business,
stopping at the Newberry hotel. He
is the son of Rev. J. L. Williamson,
the Presbyterian minister who lived
and preached here years "ago. His
friends are glad to see him, many of
whom wanted to entertain him at their
homes, but not being able to accept
the numerous invitations he decided to
remain at tht hotel. Newberry
treats her friends 12JI right, and so j
does The Newberry. j
WANTED?Your orders for Lime,
Cement, Brick, Roofings, Shingles
Nails. Our goods are the best. SumMer
Oper& House j
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29.
"THE WAR liRIDE OF PLOIVILLE >
3 Art Essanav Comedv.
Nell l/raiir, Earnest Maupain, and 1
Edmund F. Cobb.
M MYSTERY OF THE KAILS"
Kalem, Hazards of Helen Series, j
Featuring: Helen Gibson.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER TO.
2 Act Lubin.
''GOOD EVEMNG JUDGE"
Featuring- HAM and BUD.
"lSELIG TRIBUTE >0. U3."
"A CLOSE SHAVE"
31r. J. L. Dckert Meets With Accident,
j Mr. Jacob L. Dickert met with a bad
accident Tuesday. Ke ^ as on a load of
wood descending the Tanyard hill
j when the mules took fright and ran
J av/ay. Mr. Dickert was thrown from
the loaded wagOL Some negro men
. 1 J u:_ 11- C -r^o-n .rw
nea.ru his cans ixu 'iicip auu a.u
his assistance, when they called Mr.
Geo. P. Hill. Mr. Hill carried Mr.
Dickert to the latter's home and Dr.
J. M. Kibler was called in. It was
found that Mr.. Dickert had suffered
the breaking of ihis left leg in two
places just above the ankle?the
' large bone snapped in two twice and
the little bone once. It is a serious
hroav a n thp friends of Mr. Dickert
I *" v~" *"
sympathise with him in his painful
' and unfortunate accident.
j HURT IX ACCIDENT
I Iter. IV. H. K. Pendletons Automobile
j Turns Over.?Son May Not Re- j
Spartanburg, Sept. 27.?As the re-!
suit of an automobile accident which!
occurred early today on Windmill hill j
between Inman and Campobello in
this county when the car in which the
Rev. W. H. K. Penlefeon, rector of
the Episcopal church of this city and
six members of his family were rid- j
ing turned over, Carey Pendleton, Mr. |
Pendleton's 12 year old son, suffered |
a fracture at the base of the brain I
from which physicians think he will i
net recover, Mrs. Pendleton has a1
fractured hip, and Miss Uta Sitova, aj
Jap.-.nese girl, who lives with i\lr. !
Pendleton, has suffered internal in-1
All are patients in the Pendleton;
residence in this city, where they were
brought after the accident.
At an early hour today Mr. Pendleton
and his family started to Hendersonyille,
N. C., to spend the day.
As they were going own Windmill1
hill near Campobello Mr. Pendleton
suddendly applied his brake an the
car turne +urtle, pinning tlie memfcers
of the party under it
Those in the party who did not receive
severe injuries were Mr. Pen
dleton himself, Robert Pendleton. [
ogd 14 years, Josephine Pendleton, 1
aged four years, and Miss Elizabeth
'Won age 16 years. The automobile
in which Mr. Pendleton (and
his family were riding, was a recent
gift of the members of the Churhc of
the Adent of which Mr.Pendleton is
MAZDA LAMPS?(Save electricity j
and give more light, can fill orders J
promptly, Fostoria spells quality.
Summer Bros Co.
AMITY A. r . V.
A regular communication of Amity
Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M., v/ill be held
next Tuesday evening at 8:30 o'clock
ir. Fraternity Hall. Visiting brethren
FLOYD BRADLEY, ,W M.
T. W. EARHARDT, Secretary.
Appearing at the Arcade, Honday
October 2, in ^The House of The
Golden Windows." A Lasky Paramount
In a Acts.
I AT THE p
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29.
T\ A %' I I'T HFlAlf IT A V
u.i.iifiL rnun.UA.x rrtscius
-HILDA FR03I HOLLAND"
A Famous Players Paramount in 5 acts
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30.
PATHE EXCHANGE INC Presents
<*THE IRON CLAW"
| 2 Reels of Selected Mutual Pictures.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 2.
JESSE L. L A SKY Presents
('!??? Ritlgely and Wallace Reid
"THE HOUSE OF THE GOLDEN
A Lasky Paramount in 5 Acts.
I Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician.
All Work Guaranteed.
Corner Caltineii and Friend Streetg.
Eyes fitted and sold on Installment
Xewuerry, S. C.
f Dr. F. C. Martin |
I llWTn C?_Li
|Examines Eyes, FitsGlassesf i
| and Artificial Eyes. I
| If your eyes are giving you|
|trouble d >n't fail to consult him |
I Satisfaction Guaranteed. I
|j Office over Anderson's Dry J;
|Goods Store. jji
Mondays and Fridays
Prices 5 and 10c
"Yes, Florence, and we'll have
a RANGE ETERNAL"
To the woman who realizes
the importance of good cooking
in the new home, no promise
is more alluring. For if the
way to win a man is through
Viic efnmarK t"Vi #? WAV tn
him is through the kitchen?
and that way will be made
doubly easy if you have
The Range Eternal
voith 32 points of '
9 Whether you are considering
your first range or your
fifth, let us show you the
RANGE ETERNAL. It is
the most complete ? most
satisfying?most subs antial
we have ever seen.
9 Let us explain the 32 superior
features one by one. See
the ETERNAMETAL flue
lining ? strongest ? longest
wearing metal ever used in
anv Range. You 11 want a
Prosperity Hardware Co.
Prosperity, S C.
GASOLINE ENGINES?With a five
year guarantee and plenty of them
in service to prove satisfaction is
what we are selling. See us.
Prices very low-. Summer Bros Co.
EJSTRAY MULE?TWas taken up on
'Wednesday. Red mule. Owner
may have same by paying cost.
Apply to' Magistrate L. M. Player for
ainii n k rnn
By Edith Ba
Produced by the Famou
The day was b
one says the disj
One of the
shown was th<
1 v //? v
model "New tier
oval side, highe
front, the Tam
beautiful Black J<
used in the side fi
Another hat ths
attention was th
hat. The latest o
room is the patch
i . i ! j. _1_
Mosaic like of i
bits of bright colo
vet which are joii
symmetry, each jo
Kir a i*nw nf n
CU WJf (A A TV VA ^*
gotting. The effe
is decidedly attrac
keeping with the
color blend a la I
The coats and
were by far th<
shown in Newberi
| A visit to Cald1
^ 1-^ vir
? T S rcc? uyiu-wi
| will show you the
REMEMBER?We carry, large, sto4|
oils and greases for both steam anoH
automobile uses. We can make thA
price. See us. 'Summer Bros Co. 1
BELTINGS?Geniune Gandy and 1
er beltings. Genuine gandy al?
has one green edge, none genii
without it, beware of imitation
prices are right. Summer Bfl
i/auici a i
Id MARY PICKFORD V
1 In a Quaint and Charmi
I HOLLAND" |
nard Delano H
s Players Film Company
an/1 97 I
MV (A&AVft am v
play was beauti- I
i "Jeanne Due"
etta" with fitted 1
st in the center B
section was of I
l 1 ! _ _ 1
velvet, wnne a
et Ornament was I
it attracted much I
e "Crazy Quilt" 1
ddity in our work I
work hat. Seal I
Irregularly large 1
red silk and vel- I
led regardless of 1
ininp" beinff work
?, o - - 7
itstitching or pict
:tive and quite in
i recent fad for
OUllO ClliU VAX OO0V0
s prettiest ever I
ry, 5. C. fl
well & Haltiwan- I
ear department 1
styles up to the j