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VARIOUS ASD ALL ABOl'T. ' b
Trinity school will open Monday ; e
looming, the 16th instant.
Yes, 'every little tiling is all 1
ri^ht." . 11]
For swinging a train a colored fel-j v
8<"v*x- nairl in tho r?/,*r?r,f}pr'c rnnrh S
avn ^ yy *** i vw* v*v* ^ ^ v
jesierday. J "V
The'Winthrop Daughters will meet
Friday afternoon at 4:30 witli .Miss ^
Elizabeth Dominick. j11
T^llrt A'Vftrt 11 prtll An] U't11 AT\An An j
A Ale \J 4>caii OV^llV/Ul ? 111 Ull -uvi1- ;
day, 16th, with Mr. Willie Mills and j
Aiiss .Julia Setzler, teachers. !s
Take advantage of the beautiful In- j ^
dian summer weather to get ready for!
the State fair. .
e t t.
Thanksgiving this fall will be on the ; ?
last duy of November, when autumn:
leaves soon after for wittter.
The Calendar society of Central: ^
Methodist church will conduct' a rum-|
snage sale on Saturday in the vacant j 4
store next door to E. M. Evans & Son. j Q
There will be something else than a
%? /?? rv f f Vi /v A*?A T-J All fi A Af AM _ I fs
xuusiu uc? at nic iiuusc *uuu- j j(
day: A 5-act Gold Eagle feature,j v
*The Flower of Faith." Don't miss it.
Wouldst see "A Lemon in a Garden ^
of Love?" Then hie to , the Opera ' ^
fiouse Monday. Rosemary Theby will j ?
be in it. h
The melancholy days of the master's a
sales are coming, the saddest of the s<
rear. See the sales advertised in this ir
issue of your paper. a
When Contractor L. A. Wil^>n gets C(
through with Alderman Clarence T.
' Summer's residence it will look like i 81
.a mansion. T
An exchange says that the farmer
-who wants to buy cotton seed to plant ] "
next spring had better get them while ;
they are cheap. . J
There was a killing frost in New-!
I$erryt Wednesday a. m., October 12, |
1916, thermometer 38. Killable vege-'
tation was killed. "
. The King's Daughters will have
their regular meeting on Saturday, the ,
1-Sth instant, at 4 o'clock, at the Bap-|
We be? there are people here in!
dewberry who are sorry they did not
tny more cotton during the "Buy-aBale"
movement and hold until now.
v The Atlanta man who brought a live j
1 wAATTll Tov.io Q mA3t I
VU11 ?CC?ll llUill X&AUC U1U u. mvu? j Jj
foclish thing Wo ro:H not want
anyone tc oring even a dead one to
.Newbe? *; *.%
Suecoth, or the Festival of the Tabernacle,
which commenced on Wednesday
evening, will continue until I
next Thursday when the Jewish fes-,
tival season closes. i
'When the next harvest a. ic mies j
diere is apt 10 ue sume v nuui
"will express the wish that c y had
t sown more grain?Tuguloo Tribune.
There will be some here too.
It is a pity that some full-of-malaria
fellow couldn't sue this town for damages.
We hope that by next summer
'those rock basins in the ford of Scott's .
creek will have :been blasted.
On next Sunday night, 8 o'clock, a ! ?
ten-days' meeting will begin at the I?
East Side Baptist church. Rev. Mr. |
^Williams of Piedmont will do the:
preaching. Everybody is invited.
Robert Glasgow and William Smith,
<*nk>red. were before Recorder Earhardt |
Thursday on the charge of transport-!
ing whiskey. Each was sentenced to i
$f>0 or 30 days. Both paid.
The Tugaloo Tribune says that one
way to get rid of the boll weevil is
to plant "goobers'* instead of cotton.!
It is claimed that the boll weevil doesj
not like peanuts. j
There is something in this paper |
about the boll weevil heading this way.;
His very name spens mure evn u?>
two-thirds and he is very much alive;
if y<m spell it backwards.
Afore pretty girls drive autos in .
Sumter county than in any eQu>al num- w
fber of square miles in the State.?.'g
"Sumter Herald. You may beat New- I
berry in the number of such drivers, I
but that's all. I
T. M. Senders invites the public 9
through the ad columns of The Herald H
and News to inspect his large stock R
of new goods. Big bargains are to
be had at this store if the advantage gj
Is taken of the opportunity in time,
-which is slipping by.
The biggest word in the livestock
business is cleanliness. Most animal U
1 diseases are filth diseases.?Farm I
' mttLe. As this business will flourish in
f TNewberry county the hint is inppli- H
There was no account in the last
issue of The Herald and News of I
the capture, of Marshall Vance, col- H
ored. in Fernandina. Fin., becausr the H
negTO arrested there was not the man
wanted, although from the description |
. f>e resembled V.imce very closely. ;
Not infrequently patients have to lie ffl
taken hurriedly to Anderson or At- B
lanta for an operation.?Tugaloo Tri- B
tmne in talking iip a hospital for West- I
^minister. Man, if you lived in New)
erry you WOULD t.ilk. But here
ou couldn't get a malaria hole cleand.
much less have a hospital.
Who is the greatest of home rulers?
.^he baby.?Pickens Sentinel. If you
iad not answered your own riddle we
vould have referred it to C;pt. W.
>. Langford, a Newberry man now in
Vicliita Falls, Texas. He came into
tosition a few days ago to answer that
[iiestion with a nine-pound boy. Smith
s the biggest man in Texas right now
Chief Rodelsperger and Policeman
Itone rounded up a bunch of ten crap
hooters in the colored pool room
Wednesday morning. They were be
ore tne recorder inursuay morning,
i'ive were found guilty and sentenced
3 $10 or 30 days each. The five guilty
The W. C. T. U. will hold a public
cientific temperance meeting with
Irs. Mary Wright at the residence of j
Tovrvr (Wrip-ht TiiPsriar iflftfimOOn at !
o'clock. There will be an address
n tlie scientific phase of the tempernce
question by a speaker selected
3r the occasion. All teachers are inited
to be present.
People are still wanting houses in
ewberry to live in. This city is bad7
in need of more residences. There I
re good contractors and carpenters |
ere, with the building material right I
t the doors. Won't somebody have
-noTii >1 rui c- cwo "hllilf? Ac WQ C
w/lilt iiWWiOWkJ ww?ii V . '?*"M wv? ?
i the last issue of the paper, it is
shame that there are no better acDmmodations
in this city.
Give the Westminister hospital your
jpport and encouragement.?Tugaloo
ribune. If we were in Westminister
In all styles
R. C. f
Prepare for his coming
grain grader takes out tb
Onions and Faulty Grain
any.time. Ten cents a b>
J. D. Qua
For High C
17c Cotton and
high-priced but P
We are still m<
Studio East Main St.
-v uulul mani
Ny GILDER &
we would cheerfully do so, but being
as we are in Newberry we will hold
back our support and encouragement
for the hospital here when it comes.
As the Tribune says, with a good hos|
pital .and good surgeons right at home
I it mpans so much for the suffering
| and distressed.
In keeping with the merit of cocai
cola it is bottled in a thoroughly san!
itary and scientific manner, under the
; most careful supervision, using filtered
water, the purest carbonating supj
plies and strictly clean bottles. That
j is why this drink is so popular as it
comes from the plant in Newberry under
the supervision of the management
, and bottled by the careful force of
Miss Helen Vaughn, formerly of Sili
verstreet, and Dr. T. C. Whetsell were
j married in Columbia, their iiome city,
! on Sunday morning by the Rev. Dr.
! C. A. Freed, at the Ebenezer Luther
| an parsonage. 'After a brief trip the
couple will return to Columbia, where
they will continue to make their home.
The groom is a member of the firm
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01 -Durxieu auu >?uci.acu, uiu?,oi^co ^
Columbia and Brookland.
The Kings Creek Y. P. C. U. held
its regular business meeting October
1. The following officers were elected
for the ensuing year: Mrs. E. H.
Moore, president; Miss Mary Price,
vice-president; Miss Ola Brown, secretary
and^ treasurer. The union has
done splendid work under the retiring
president, :Mrs. H. T. Carlisle. The
result of a special work day were reported
and netted a neat sum for the
treasury.?'Associate Reformed Presbyterian.
f, by sowing grain Our
ie Cheat, Cockerell, Wild
s. Cleans any kind at
;y, S. C.
T E R
m aging to keep
citing As X
by U. 5.
re \ /
s 12 Gallons /
Dr. and Mrs. James Mathias Kibler
invite their friends to be present
at the marriage of their daughter
Frank Worthington Chapman
011 Friday evening, October the twentieth
at seven o'clock.
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer.
Newberry, S. C.
DK. I. E- CRI3IM" THE WELL
KNOWN EYE SIGHT SPECIALIST
Who has been fitting glasses to the
good people of Newberry and County
1 lor me iasi oevenieen uu yv-iia
be in Newberry for two weeks, from ;
Monday, October 23rd, office over Mr. j
Jim Burton's Real Estate office, oppo-,
site Herald and News Building. If j
you value your eyesight, if you want;
reliable, scientific eye examination at
reasonable prices you will <xll on Dr.
Miss Rosa Wright of Laurens is vis-'
iting relatives in Newberry.
FOR SALE?Home raised, recleaned
oats and vetch. Purcell Company.
FOR RENT?One 1-horse farm, one
2-horse farm and one 3-horse farm!
for the year 1917. Apply to M. M. Bu- |
I *7'he pria
||| The portrait of I
!f| known, nationally ad'
il one standard and im
If Today this trader
l|l For in the face of a
ft skyward, the -trice of &
l| ' ^r*ce?$17?always, c
li tion in materials, sty
|p these suits and overc
|f? pride of purse and pe
Come to this store tot
fp as well ?s for us. 1 ry on
clothes. And then rememl
|1| Style plus all wool fab
! * ?
| COTTON MARKET. ?
| > <S
; ^ dewberry. <$
i <?> Cotton 17.25 *'
j <s>- Cotton seed, per bu 82.50 '*>
: t Prosperity. -i
< > ICotton 17 i>
<*> Cotton sesd, per bu *87.50 $>
v Pomaria. <$
<& Cotton 17.20 <?
Cotton seed, per bu 79.o0c ? >
& Cotton seed, per bu 79.50
Featuring True Boardman and MarIan
MONDAY, OCTOBER 16,
"A LEMON IN A GARDEN OF LOYE"
Featuring Harry C. Myers and Rose*
<*> Whitmire. <?>
<? Cotton IT
Cotton seed, per bu 81 <?
<e> Chappells. <$
<? Cotton 17.25
1 <? Cotton seed, per bu 85
! <3> Cotton seed, psr bu 83
<*> Kinards. 3
<?' Cotton 17 3>
Cotton seed, per'bu 85
Mr. Ross Burton of Whifcmire was in
! the city Tuesday.
f Dr. F. C. Martin I
I Examines Eyes, Fits Glasses|
I and Artificial Eyes |
>Tf vnur arp crivitio'' VOUT
^ *-A J ? ? ? - o O J~~*
f trouble d ?n't fail to consult himf
| Satisfaction Guaranteed. *
|T Office ovev Anderson's Dryj
^Goods Store. |
TT/.Ci 5 WSH PfC'JTriS
pr .gyjww.TH jmiBiWMlvaT-jrga:.' - ?;"TCy-yn. mr?>
"The same price the nation over"
fIn oihtr ceuntriej dutr added)
lenry Sonneborn stanc"; for I
vertised and nationally pur-ch
variable price of $17.
nark more than ever signifies
rising market and a World \
Uyieplus has not advanced/ Sti
everywhere. Still the same gi
le, workmanship, fit and we a
:oats a nation-wide hit with 1
lay and see with your own eyes what
these splendid looking, s-undid fittin,
Der that the price remains the same?$
rics -j~ perfect fit -j- easy price
H. SUMMER & CC
Newberry, S. C.
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Opera House I
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13
*A LITTLE VOLUNTEER* W
Act Essanay Featuring Joyce Fair W
' ? iTH THE AID OE THE WKEL* mi
li L.' M
Kalem Hazards of Helen Series. jk
Featuring Helen Gibson. ^ A
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14. M
"THE USER'S VIE."
2 Lubin. /
uw'fr A T) ii/\ k
o i .in uuaau?H^' m
Featuring Ham and Bud. 1
SELIG TRIBUTE >0. 67 J
International Cartoon Comedy. '
"A GIRL FROM 'FRISCO"
2 Act Kaiem
, uiar/ xii cujr.
4 DID HE OR DID HE SOTf'
International Film Service Featnre*
Jane Grey and Frank Miller,
GOLD EAiGLE FEATURE
"THE FLOWER OF FAITH."
FOR SALE?Registered Duroc Jersey
Pigs 8 weeks old, at a reasonable
price. Phone 110 or 139. T. M. San$
ders. We pay higbest prices for Hides I
jjjjj^^^[rade Mark jj
e game / | .
the only nationally
ased clothes at the Hi ' J
I ' i
ir which has made gpg j|
nen who have the pi fl
a victory this is?iofyou ;||f J
g, and splendid wearing g fl
-j- guaranteed, wear 'III . I