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PUBELY PERSONiX
flic Movements of jp.&hj People, New-1
berrians, and Those Who Visit 1
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?wberry.
Miss .Teressa Maybin spent several
days of last week in Greenville.
Mr. E. S. Blease left Monday for a
few days' stay in Florida.
iMr. William Scurry of Columbia
spent the week-end in Newberry.
Mr. T. G. Williams of Spartanburg
spent the week-end in Newberry.
Mr. James Gaillard motored Saturday
to Saluda county.
Miss Anne .0 Ruff is visiting friends
Winstom-Salem.
Mr. G. A. Mills has changed from
Pelion to Leesville.
Dr. E. H. Kibler's friends, and they
are legion, are glad to see him out
again, after his recent illness.
'Mr. E. M. Evans, Sr., returned Friday
afternoon from a short visit to
Dr. and Mrs. O. B. Evans at Kinards.
Mr. J. W. Booth, the efficient linotype
operator of The Herald and News,
spent, tne weeK-euu iu v/uiuiuuia.
J. E. Lomax of Kinards was in the!
, city on Monday, visiting h.is sons,
John and Victor Abbe vile Medium.
Mrs. J. 0. Erwin has returned from
a short visit to Newberry.?Spartanburg
Journal.
Mrs. Vaughn Miller and little daughter,
Frankie, spent the week-end with
Mrs. <jannon a. Please.
Mrs. A. C. Smith returned Saturday i
afternoon from an extended visit to;
relatives in Roanoke.
Mrs*. E. M. Evans, Jr., left Saturday,
" " 1 -V- ill
ior carnsie, wiitjre sue win oycu^i
several weeks "with her parents, Mr. i
and Mrs. J. M. Deaver.
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Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mathis of
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Prosperity spent the week-end with
Mrs. Mathis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
D A 1
iJ, AOV/AIA*
Miss Azile Parr, of Due (Wfest Col-;
lege for Women, spent Che week-end'
with iher parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
L. Parr.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady W. Yonce and
Mrs. H. E. Moyer motored to Columbia
Saturday and attended the CarolinaWofford
football game.
Miss Ruth Erwin leaves Tuesday
for Newberry to be bridesmaid at the
wedding of her friend, Miss Kibler.?
Columbia State.
Mr. and Mrs. Edw. G. Rice are visiting
Mrs. Rice's parents, at tneir country
home near Newberry.?Charleston
Post. ' I
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Miss Alicia Burns or .\ewDerry 13
spending a week with her cousin, Miss
Laura Burns, on Spring Street.?Charleston
Post.
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Mr. Sam 1T1 Lake of the T. I. Institution
accompanied by his room- .
mate, C. E. Derrick spent the week-'
end at Mr. Lake's home in' Newberry, j
Rev. Mr. Hancher of Staunton, Va.,
spent a little time last week with. Mr. i
and Mrs. H. H. Blease. He was their |
pastor while they lived in Staunton.
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Mr. Abram Daitch has just moved
V;_ 2 , ; 1 ? Vanrhorrw tn
ALiS I'.-l 1111111UUI titnuwij bv uugv
field, and they now occupy tne Chari- j
ton house on Main street.?Edgefield i
- Chronicle.
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Mr. Herman Cromer and family,
traveling in his car, came from Greenville
Saturday afternoon and returned
home Sunday, after visiting relatives
in Newberry, ,
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Mr. and Mrs. 'M. A. Counts, Miss
Blanche Counts, and Mr. and Mrs. B.
L. Albriton and children motored to
Pomaria to" see Mrs. Counts' sister, I
Mrs. Joe Boland.
i^fr .T T*. Rpnnett a biar Laurens
man, was in Newberry Friday on bis
way home from a trip througn the
Shenandoah valley and other interest-!
ing places in ^Virginia.
Mesdames W. B. and T. H. Caldwell
returned to their homes .in Colleton
yesterday, -after visiting their sisters,!
Mesdames B. H. McGraw and J. T.
Cromer, since the burial of their late
brother, Mr. Clarence L. Hentz, last
Friday, in the Hentz burying ground
near Walton.
Mr. Ocie Coleman, who has spent
several months as sergeant in the re- {
cruiting station at Columbia, has re-j
turned and accepted Ms former position
with the Bank of Greenwood.?
Greenwood Journal. He is a son of
Mr. and Mrs. -At P. Coleman of Chap-.
pells.
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Miss Hallie Wright, of Laurens
county, on her way to Pomarla to t)e- j
gin her duties as teacher of Central |
school, spe.'^t from Friday arternoon
to Saturday afternoon with relatives
in Newberry. Her school opened yesterday.
j
Mrs. Win. Folk and little William ot
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Monk's Corner returned home Satrudav,
after visiting her parents, MrJ
and Mrs. J. L. Dickert. She was called
to Newberry last week on account
of the accident to her rather, who in.
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improving since naving jus leg waa ov,
badly broken by his run-a-way team.
-Messrs. W. M. and Gus Barre and
Miss Ernestine Barre of Lexington,
; with Miss Lottie Wise of Columbia,
passed through Newberry Friday in
| their automobile on their way to
#
I Greenville to attend the Luther League
convention. They were joined here
by Mrs. M. C. Boozer, who wenr with
them to Greenville.
Prof. S. J. Derrick of Xewberry college
went to Columbia Friday afternoon
to attend a meeting of the State
I 1 J --Jnnotmr r\T .wVllVh lie is 3.
UUctlU U1 CUUV-QLlUa, \s*. "
valued member. He may have also
witnessed the Carolina-fWlofford football
game in Columbia Saturday afterirccn;
probably did if he had half a
chance.
Garrett will be moved.?Spartanburg
Journal. Just so it is not Billie
Mayes Garrett or the telepnone Garett.
But the same day?Saturday?
this was copied Mr. Garett of the drug
' store went to Spartanburg to open
- -- TT -It
| out in a big ice cream parior. ne win
not take his family right away, because
he may?and probably will?
come back to Newberry about January.
?*rS2Bn?
? ? 1 VTk ITT I TlAI'T
YAKiUtd AilU AJUJU ADU Li.
"Paramount Pictures Properly Projected"
Is the motto of the lArcade.
Owen Moore and Marguerite Courtot
at the Arcade Friday in "Rolling
Stones" a five act Paramount.
/
Mr. L. C. Shealy of Prosperity has
^?Qn ar\Tvnir)t#?r? railway mail clerk hy
UyyVrAMWM - v
the civil service commission.
Automobiles and English sparrows
are thick in Newberry. There is talk
of exterminating the latter.
There are some ideal spots for new
residences in this ^wn, especially on
the edges.
' * * ?l - 1 ~ i- ??Arw a ncofiil
Mr. wiiDur is nun a usv^w.
salesman in the Mitchell Candy Kitchen
on Main street.
Ashby McGraw had his leg broken
tussling with a schoolmate at tbe high
school Monday morning.
i "Paramount Pictures Please Partis
cular People'' as evidenced by the
crowds at the Arcade on these days.
Three white mill boys were up before
Magistrate Player Monday after!
noon for gambling, for whirh they
paid $3 each.
The B. B's.?Base Ball, Boston and
Brooklyn?-were popular in Newberry
last week. The baseball Is always
popular here.
The article on policemen and firemen
from the Greenwood Index is
copied in this paper because we agree
with the sentiments expressed.
The ladies of the Aveleigh Presby
terian church will hold their annual
Chrysanthemum fair on Friday, November
3rd. Place given later.
Those of our readers contemplating
sendipg exhibits to the State fair
would do well to read the express instruction
in this issue of The Herald
-and News.
There was <a very large crowd in
town Saturday, the high price of cotton
bringing many hales and people
in to add to the tumult of trade, making
business lively.
"There^is no -melt in Melton," according
to one of his pupils.?Jasper
Herald. That cannot be said of the
Melton of the sheriff's office in Newberry.
- "The Almighty Dollar'' will be displayed
at the Opera House Tuesday.
One of the attractions for the week
will be "The Spell, of the Yukon" at
the Opera House Thursday.
George Ade is for Hughes. But what
that gentleman needs is Tom, Dick and
Harry Aid.?Spartanburg Herald. Not
if it is the Tom. Dick and Harry aid
of Newberry.
The ladies aid society of Trinity
Church in No. 6 township will have
an oyster supper on Friday night
from 5 to 10 at the residence of Mrs.
Bluford Bishop.
Talking about slipping up in figures
of speech, the man who said he wanted
a cow that would give $3 a day,
when he meant to say three gallons,
takes the blue ribbon.
The Parent-Teacher association of
>
Boundary Street school will meet
Wednesday afternoon at 4:30. All
members and parents who are not
members are urged to be present.
David Hayes has the job of carrying
around in Newberry the special delivery
letters for the people -of the
city. Like David Harum. David Hayes
*
Is well known in circles. Dave ia af
i live wire in covering the town.
There came near being an automobile
collision on the corner of Main
| and Caldwell streets Saturday after-j
I -??" C1 ^v-?i^ r\f flmcfl Hare thpre io <rr?- I
IlUUil. OLflllC Ul tutuv ui?; O >_ 0V? j
ins: to be another serious accident in ,
this town.
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The Kinard school improvement association
will serve an oyster supper
^ * 1 .* i ? f /"\ 1A Of tllO
on fTiuay m-gni ii i?iu u iv ot bnv
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1 residence of Mrs. Jane Gray. C.'.ndy
! and ice cream will also be served for
the benefit of the association. The
pu'blic is cordially invited to attend.!
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I Decrease of birds m South Caro-i
i 1
j lina?Headline in Spartanburg Her-j
! aid. Come to Newberry and you will J
, see an increase of English sparrows!
: everywhere. All of them are waiting j
>1 i
and watching, but not for exterminai
tion.
| The public meeting of the W. C. T. j
, U,. to be held with Mrs. Mary Wright;
I Tuesday afternoon at four o'clock will |
i be addressed by the Rev. E. V. Babb j
iand Prof. J-as. P. Kinard, who will;
j handle the temperance question from j
a scientific.standpoint. |
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E. Fedleton Jones, Jr., who, upon
(his departure from Newberry to Edgej
field, was bitten by a cat and later
sued the Southern Railway company.
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?9n nnn Hamaees. finally lost his!
<L yuvjwvw w J w
case in the supreme rourt, the rircuit'
court having awarded him $750.
Blease Staggs Out When we saw (
that headline in the Spartanburg Jour- j
nal, it was our look to see how he had 1
done it, but reading on it was dis- J
covered that Blease, Staggs, a lad who:
i had been struck by an automobile, was j
| out of the hospital. I
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Several citizens, we don't know how
many, deny that there was frost last
Thursday morning, the 12th instant,1
as announced officially in The Herald
and News of Friday. Maybe they didn't
get up in time to see it. Others say
it was not a killing frost. j
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Visitors to the contest department
of The Herald and News are enlivened,
i.nd entertained by the music from a1
grafanola while the votes roll in for
the prospective winner of the automo-;
bile and the grafanola and the other j
I prizes. * Outsiders would be* surprised
! to know the "bigness" of -this contest.
I
I ' You have heard people at the table
, say: "Please pass the sam^ons,"
j when they meant the salmon. You
j can't pass the -Sammons without giving
it to him that he knows how to
conduct a contest in a newspaper. He
is the best yet. And his assistant Epting
is no sardine either.
, Tea negro gamblers, who played the
game on Mr. Welch iWilbur's- country
j place Saturday night, were before
i Magistrate Player Monday morning
W " " !
to answer for the &3me. They paid j
$10 each for it. The men were caught |
, by Officers Taylor and Melton from j
i the sheriff's office some time before j
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' County Supervisor J. C. Sampte and
Deputy Sheriff W. M. Dorroh went to
Easley Thursday and returned Saturday
with Loomas Brown, colored, who
escaped from the Newberry county j
rbain pan? with four others 18!
I ? ? i
months ago. The supervisor and dep-i
uty sheriff returned by way of Green- J
i ville and took in the circus.
j
The ladies of the Calendar society
!
of Central Methodist church made
? * * ? OA of n wimrv*o arfi '
SULUei.illi.lg vrci at uic x .
. sales Saturday vand Saturday "before I
last. No set of mere men could make
f
that much at two little rummage
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sales. ^Mr. Rummage ' would fall j
down on his job before he got half
way.
Newberry captured nearly all the
offices at tlie meeting in Greenville
r\f tVia Ctoto TTodflTO+inri n f
IiCVO C w culi \JJL ubutg x vuva mvavaa vr*
Lutheran Young People's societies.
Mr. Chas. P. Barre was made president,
Dr. John B. Setzler vice presiI
dent. Miss Rosalyn Hipp corresponding
secretary and Miss Willie Mae
f\
Wise, of Prosperity, archivist. Prof.
J. B. Ballentine of Batesburg is recording
secretary, Mr. Ira Haitiwang
j er of Columbia treasurer and miss i
j Caroline Voigt of Columbia literary j
secretary.
A lady called our attention to the
j fact that she had seen a negro boy
' cruelly hit a cow over the head with a ,
| large stick Friday afternoon on the
J way to the slaughter pen.- There is
110 society for the prevention of cruelty
to animals in this city, but all cruel
i *
j deeds should he reported to the auI
thorities and the guilty parties punished
to tjie fullest extent of the law.
This outrageous treatment of tne poor
dumb animals on their wly to
the slaughter pens ought to be stopped.
Somebody in this town ougn t Cv/
| be on the lookout and do sometuin?.
So far as this reporter is concerned J
(he doesn't want anybody's job. He is j
here to do the job of reporting what
he sees or hears.
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Opera House j
PROGRAMME
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1" >.
"THEIR HONEYMOON*
(Vim Comedy.
Featuring Plump and Runt.
"THE ADOPTED BROTHER"
Biograph Drama,
Featuring Dorothy Gish.
WORLD PICTURES PRESENT
Frances Nelson and E. K. Lincoln
In the 5-act Brady Drama,
"THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR."
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18.
"A MAN FOR ATHAT."
2-act Essanay Drama
Featuring Francis X. Bushman, Bryant
Washburn and Ruth Stonehouse.
' "THE STOLEN JAIL*
Kalem Comedy
Featuring Miss Iry Close.
"THE YELLOW GIRL"
Vitagraph. Comedy.
Featuring Webster Campbell, Carmen
Phillips, Corinne Griffith and Florence
Yidor.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19
"ROPING A SWEETHEART*
Selig Comedy
Featuring Tom 3TIx
METRO PICTURES PRESENT
, Edmund Brees
In 5-act Drama
THE SPELL OF THE YUKON"
SPECIAL NOTICES
FOR SALE?Home raised, recleaned
oats and vetch. Purcell Company.
9-103t.
FOR RENT?One 1-horse farm, one
2-horse farm and one 3-horse farm
for the year 1917. 'Apply to M. M. Buford.
10-3-tf.
CITY TAXES now due and being
collected. Penalty of 10 per cent, at
tached after December 1st, 1916.
J. W. CHAPMAN,
Clerk and Treasurer.
10-17-2t. ,
Bur Clover Seed?JEorty. bushels for
sale. Apply to Mrs. 0. L. Schumpert,
Newberry, S. C.
10-17-it.
FOR SALE?Two hundred bushels
-r ---J ttL'A /IaIIopc nor hush.
UL seeu wucai at mu uunu. ^
el. Farmers Oil 'Mill.
10-17-tf.
T. X. ROGERS
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optklai
All Work Guaranteed.
Corner Caldneii and Friend Street*'
Eyes fitted and sold on Installment I
Xevtoerry, S. C.
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| Dr. F. C. Martin ?
! Jik Sight
f ExaminesEyes, Fits Glasses
|e and Artificial Eye* |
^If your eyes are giving you.
^trouble d >n't fail to consult him#
I Satisfaction Guaranteed.
r Office ovti Anderson's Dry;
*Goods Store. '
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OCT IT A T
UL i ii n i
P. R WAY'S
Drug Store
BLUE STONE
To soak your grain, the
best reliable remedy.
ONION SETS
10, 15 and 10c Quart,
BUIST CABBAGE SEEI
In bulk 20c oz.
n r uikv n ??
r. L. TT/il, VIUggKl
Phone 158
Newberry, S. C.
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DR. I. E. CEIM THE WELL
KNOWS ETE SIGHT SPECIALIST
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Who has been fitting glasses to the \
: good people of Newberry and County
5 for the l^st Seventeen (17) years will'
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be in Newberry for two weeks, fromi
! Monday, October 23rd, office over Mr.
| Jim Burton's Real Estate office, oppo- j
' site Herald and News Building. If!
j you value your eyesight, if you want j
reliable, scientific eye examination at;
reasonable prices you will c*ll on Dr.
Crimm.
RUPTURE TXPEKT HEBE
Well Known Throughout the State.
1
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C. L. Haubert, the hernia and truss J
' exDert of Philadelphia, havine been re- I
called to Newberry following the success
of his late visit witlL-eomplicated
and difficult cases as made known to
other afflicted friends, can be seen at
Hotel Newberry Monday and Tuesday
October 23 and 24, cheerfully extending
his unequaled experience to all
afflicted or interested in his specialty
without charge. Interested parties
invited. Combination truss gives direct
and lateral support stimulating
the increased circulation thereby clos- j
in or ttfe oDenins: through, which the
o - - w w
bowels escape in a short time on the
average case. No leg straps to gall
and chafe.
Difficult or complicated cases a specialty.
Examination and advice free.
10-17-21
| FRIDAY <
DANIEL FRO*
Owen
Af
Margueril
In a picturization of E
stage s
Produced by Famoi
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Arcade
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Stretch.
If need be in order to
and up to the minute i
week.
Just in, a big sLipmen
minum Ware, Tinware,
Sad Irons, WashJBoard*
Moulds, Chair Seats, (
Sheep Brackets, Pad
Lasts and Stands and hu
j USEFULS for the kitchc
A GENTLE
Santa Claus will make
again this year. It wor
goods will begin to arri\
play.
Robinson's Te
i.
Death in Spartanburg of a Former
Newberry Citizen.
Mr. Clarence L. Hentz died of tuDer^ ^
culosis at his home in Spartanburg
Thursday night and nis body was sen. 1
to Pomaria for burial in the Hentz M
burying ground near Walton on Frlday.
The service was conducted by ' ''5
the Rev. S. C. Ballentine, assisted by 1
the Rev. Dr. S. T. Hallman of Spar- 1
tanburg. Mr. Hentz was 39 years old.
He married a daughter of Mr. J. S. J. 1
Suber eighteen years ago. His wld- I
ow survives him with three children.
Mrs. B. H. McGraw and Mrs. J. T.
Cromer of Newberry and Mrs. JWl b.
Caldwell and Mrs. T. H. Caldwell,
formerly of Newberry but now of Col- \
leton, are sisters of the deceased. \ J
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YEAR FOR ONLY $1.50. fl
P. E. Way's P. L Way's
Rx Remember
If you have a Prescription to
fill, Bring it to Us. We fill
any doctor,s prescription in 1
strict accordance with the
doctors order's, and atLowest a
PnitiKU PiirAtf rlnioc
X 1 A WWW. ? OQW
at right prices. Courteous
treatment to all. Come to %
see us, you are welcome
(here.
| P. E. WAY,
Druggist
(The Leading Pharmacy) fc
j Phone 158 Newberry, S. C. /
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DCT. 20th
IMAN Presents
Moore
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.e v^ourioi
it
dgar Selwyn's great
uccess - 1
ilinff JMMfe.
ics Sill- .
is Players Film C*v V
Theatre
a Point
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be at this sale of new
Household Goods this A
t of enamelware, Alu- ^
,Coal Hods, Shovels. *
5, Mouse Traps, Butter A
Zoat and Hat Hooks, I
Locks, i Strap Hinges,
ndreds ?of other little
n. ' I 1
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REMINDER ! \
our store headquarters I 1
it be lone before his I a
re and be put on disn
Pant fJtnrA
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