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Tile Movements of aany People, JSevrberriaus,
and Those Who Visit
Miss Ethel Russell *?r Clinton spe it
ihj wceix ond in New"berry.
Miss Xell Purceii c? Vnion is the
guest oi Mr. and M^. C. J. Purcell.
Miss Klizabeui Dominick returned
Fiiday troni Columbia.
.,Jroi. Kenneth Kreps of Pomaria
sient ue week-end m the city.
Miss Maude Epting spent several
d.tys of last week in Greenwood, the
guest of Miss Mary Wharton.
Mrs. .1. H. Harms left Friday for
Johnston to atend the Woman's Mistiona-.
Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Lucas returned
Saturday to reenville, having attend-J
ed the Kibler-Chapman wedding.
Mr. a.id Mrs. Robert McC. Holmes
s.?ent tue first of the week in Greenvilie.
Miss Sarali Wessinger and Mr. Fred
Darby, both of the Mollohon village, j
were married on last Sunday week, j
Miss Lois Wallenzine of Kinards;
spent the week-end with relatives in
Messrs. Harold Epting and Milledge
J -i. T :iiu
fcneaiy spent me weeK-euu ai juuuc
Mount .in with Mr. Shealy's parents.
Mrs. Mary Lomin:ce has moved to1
Wbitniirc: ana has located with ..he;
Glenn Lowry Mfg. Co.
Miss Kate Adams has accepted a
position with J. W. Duckett Co-Greenwood
Miss Annie Zoble of -Charleston visited
Miss Sarah Halfacre Wednesday
Messrs. D. F Whitman, Roy Lois-j
sh3re and Lloyd I ).v cr port have < c-'
cepieil pvs.ticns with the Glenn-Lo'V-l
ry Mlg C?>. a-' WMtmire.
Miss Tiielma Gibson has returned j
from Xew berry, where she attended I
the Hayis-Clisny v oil ding.?Spartan-j
Mrs. Sligh Wicker and Misses Hal-j
lie Wright and Eth^l Sebyt were of
the Pomari i visitors in Newberry Saturday.
Miss Eliza Mabrv of Abbeville is
visiting Mrs. Tbad. S. McCrackin, to
the delight of her many Newberry
Mimnaugh left Sunday on his second
trip this season Tor New York to!
buy goods. He sells goods, as this
Miss Bernice Martin, Masters Foster
and George and little Miss Fran-j
ces Martin spent Saturday in Columbia.
Miss Miude Setzler of Pomarla is
on her way to the Summer-Carter [
wedding, which will take place in ^
Newberry Wednesday afternoon.
Misses Kate Summer and Essie Ha-1
good returned Wednesday from Columbia,
where they were the guests of
Mrs. James W. Haltiwanger.
Mr. D. C. Mitchell, of the Anderson '
Intelligencer office, was in the city!
Sunday on his way for a brief visit
to Little Mountain. x j
Rev. J. A. McGra>v returned Satur-!
day afternoon to his home in Garnett,;
S. C., after visiting his mother, Mrs.;
Marv U. McGraw, since Thursday. I
Miss Nellie Adams, having recovered
from *er recent operation anl^
spell of illness, has returned to 'i3r i
duii?s with Jacobs and company a*.'
v Mrs. E. C. Jones returned Satur-1
day afternoon from a two weeks' vis-!
it to relatives in Greenwood, where
she also attended the Greenwood
county fair. ^
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Anderson and;
little son, Roy, r.nd Mr. and Mrs. W.!
iA. Wherry and baby motored Sunday j
to visit Mrs. Anderson's sister, Mrs.
Clark, ten miles out of Columbia.
Misses Mary Kibler of Greenville'
college Annie Kibler of Limestone coli
iiitoii Kihipv nf T.aurens
CUAU juxiiiuii w-. ?
have returned to .their duties after!
spending several da>s at home for the
Mr. and Mrs. John JMiller and
Messrs. Henrv and Hassell Miller of
Whitmire visited home folks Sunday'
and attended services at the Presby- j
terian church.?Laurensville Herald.;
Mr. W. D. Lomax of Abbeville came!
down Saturday night and returned!
Sunday with his wife -:ind little daugh- j
ter. Helen, who had been on a visit j
to Mrs. Lomax's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Chesley Dominick.
County Superintendent of Education-elect
Clemson M. Wilson came ov_
er from Union county Saturday to pay,
a Sunday visit to his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. D. Q. Wilson, in the county. .Heis
at present the proficient superintendent
of the Jonesville schools. i
Mrs. A. B. Harman and little daugh-1
ter, Frances, came up from Columbia 1
Saturday. Leaving the little girl with 1
her grandmother, Mrs. G. iw. Pearson,
for a visit here. Mrs. Harman return-.
ed Saturday afternoon to her home.
She is one of the fine linotype operators
in the State office*., LiKe several
other good operators, Mrs. Har- ^
man received her training with The
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Jtieraia ana .\evNs.
Mr. Henry M. Hoof, after a rief en- '
gagement in the contest department:
j of the Herald and News, lus been |
transferred to Barnwell, to assist Mr.'
| C. M. Epting in a similar contest
there. There are several of these
: successful contests under the same
management in various parts of this :
' State. Youns; Hoof, bv his quick adap
tabilitv, has already proved himseli
. to be a valuable assistant.
| Dr. 1. E. Crimm. the eminent sight J
i specialist, is paying Newberry an-'
, other of his pleasant and importantj
| visits. His many friends, who are al-!
| ways glad to see him, are especially !
i delighted now to see him. since his j
j recovery from the murderous attack
made upon him by an infuriated negro j
in Atlanta, an account of which our |
! readers will remember seeing in The:
Herald and News. Dr. Crimm has j
been giving satisfaction to many peo- j
pie in the matter of "sight-seeing j
for seventeen years, which, is proved j
bv the regularity of his repeated vis- i
viurATTc 4*n AT,T. iROTTT
T .11U VH O .1.1 K ^ ?
St. Phillip's school will have aj
Hallowe'en party Friday night.
Get into the real spirit of the community
circle by not living for self
The sewing circle of the Calendar
society will meet Wednesday afternoon
-with Mrs. W. W. Hornsby.
The Winthrop daugnters will meet
Tuesday -afternoon at 4 o'clock In th*
ihigh school building.
Bryan Predicts (Wfilson Will be
Swept Back In.?Headline in Greenville
Piedmont. Bryan is all right.
Look at "The Velvet Paw" by House
Dotoro anri nail Kane today at the
'yune hath one rival only?thou
art she, 0 fair OctoDer, with. th<* red
Many a fellow who tries to keep in
flie swiit wakes up to find himself
stack in the mud.?Edgefield Chronicle.
"Notorious -Gallagher" will bale
featured Marguirite Snow and "William
Nigh Thursday at the Opera
Tugaloo Tribune says that the best i
way to combat the boll weevil is t<J j
pl> nt something he can't eat, wnica
will be something besides cotton.
Thirteen to seven. That told the
taie of how the Newberry Indians took
the scalps of the Chick Springs academy
boys at football Friday afternoon.
Eight or ten new houses have been
erected in the last few days.?:v\alterboro
P 2ss and Standard. Would !
we could say it here. j
Time to see the beautiful chrysan- j
themums?Tugaloo Tribune. You just
come to Newberry and see the Presbyterian
chrysanthemums if you would
behold beautiful specimens.
?A. fortune awaits the man who can
find a bird, or animal for that matter,
which thrives on the holl weevil.
?Anderson Mail. Get 'busy, Mr. Tom
Two ex-presidents is a plenty to
hovo nn rmr hands at one time, there-1
fore reelect Wilson and show the peo- j
pie we know when we have enough, j
?Pickens Sentinel. j
Listen to the Egefield Chronicle!
and wonder what he knows about it:
'V.Viien a woman can fix over her last
winter's hat so that not even her
worst enemy will have the ghost of
chance to recognize it?that's genius.''
Crowds coming from the big football j
game and crowds going to a big
church wedding on the same evening
enlivened the town Friday evenins:.
showing that there is life in the
eld land yet. More to follow.
"Gaffney in midst of big building
boom," and "There is more building ;
going on in Gaffney now than has! |
been the case for many years." We
read such in the Gaffney Ledger, and
it makes us sick. .J
Ida Rutherford and Cornelia Wright, j
colored, paid $3 each in the recorder's
court Monday for the use of
abusive language. Rutherford andj
Wright found, they had used wrong
V? Ui 110.
Prof. 0. B. Cannon sold R. McC j
Holmes three bales of long staple cot-'
ton on last Friday at 25 cents. The \
three bales brought $414.r>0, their seed
bringing $151.50. The variety is Coder's
Webber Xo. $2.
Talk of chautauquas is heard. The
Lincoln chautauquas, with central
officers in Atlanta, now operate near- j
ly four hundred assemblies in eight'
states, and many others will be put
on in South Carolina and eisewnere
in tie South. I
Meeting of the* Bird Conservation
Club?Headline in Anderson Mail.
Well, if that doesn't sound like the be-'
ginning of the long-delayed crusade
to exterminate the pesky little spar- j
-row we are still sleeping and dre..m- j
i ?-i rr O V\A11 f if
11J ?> dUWUU il?
On Wednesday evening t'.iere will j
ouet at the Jefferson hotel in Colum-j
Lie a Columbia college . lumnae ban-j
cia, at which Mrs. Robert D. < Weight j
of Newberry is to act as toastmistress.
Preceding the banquet tnere;
will be an informal reception 011 the
^ 4.1^ ^ T7\?: J.. ,1 I
.Mr. Aiaruil. lie tu lue r i iu) ruiu;
Motor company, met with- a near j
bre.:k of the arm a few days ago in j
the kick of the crank of the car. Ho |
got his arm badly sprained. When j
a man who deals in automobiles gets I
a kick like that it is as bad as "Maud" :
kicking her master. Common, ordin-;
ary individuals better be c >reful in
State Detective Chas. S. Wesson has
handed in his resignation to Governor
Manning, the governor having requested
the same. In justice to Mr. Wesson
it should be said there was nothing
to be done in his line, as Sheriff;
Blense and Chief Rodelsperger and
their strong force of assistants have
the situation well in hnnd. The governor
writes Mr. Wfesson that resig-l
nation was no reflection on him.
Rev. P. 0. Lowrey, writing from
New Orleans to the New Orleans
(Christian Advocate, says: "The Jewish
congregation here numbers about
a lundred members and from an intellectual
and social standpoint there
is not an inferior one among them."
"Newberry contains a (Select though
small colony of, Jewish people. And
the same may tie said of the Greeks.
The well known firm of Brown,
Hipp and Swittenburg has been dis- j
snlvpd hv mutual rnnsent. * Mr HiDD i
will continue the 'business at the same |
stand. Messrs. S. G. Brown, Geo. C.
Hipp and W. J. Swittenburg, as members
of this firm, liave done a successful
business in Newberry, they being
among the most substantial and
reliable citizens of the town.
As Mr. Aull has had much experience
in the newspaper business lie
should prove a valuable asset to the
paper which he will represent.?
Sumter Herald in noting the resigna- i
tion of Mr. Jno. K. Aull as secretary
to Hon. Jno. L. McLaarln, State warehouse
commissioner, to devote his entire
time tp the Columbia bureau of
the Charleston American. He will j
prove a valuable asset to the Ameri- j
can, as the reporter for The Herald j
and News knows him to be about the i
best newspaper man in the country,
from the standpoint of all-round abil- j
ity. A man wTho can make his type-(
writer fairly hum with the transcnp-!
tion of his own swiftly flying. stenographic
tfotes, couched in the choicest
English and polished with correctness
in every particular, would
be ?a valuaNe asset t"> any newspaper.
An Endless Variety or
jgeautiful y^edding Q ifts
rano-irip- from most inexnensive i
o~ ?o . 1 pieces
to chests of silver and the
finest selection of jewelry await j
your inspection here.
Let our well assorted stock
made especially complete for the
Wedding Season offer you the !
best help and advice in choosing
the wedding gift.
We respectfully call your attention
to our beautiful and ap- j
propriate weeding gifts in Sterling"'Silver-Sheffield
and finest i
quality plate. j
Rich Cut and engraved Glass, j
Mahogany, Chimes and Mantle
Favors for the bridesmaid,
crrn^mcman and ushers. Vonr
gift will be prized for a lifetime ?
if you buy it of <
P. C. Jeans & Co.
Jewelers and Optician*
Opera House |
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24.
"A> AERIAL JOY RIDE"
1-eaturmg- Plump and Hunt.
A ill Present i
House Peters and Gail tain
IN "THE VELVET PAW."
Brady Made 5 Acts.
HIS STOLEN FORTUNE"
2 Act Essanay Drama
11 X I' ! . %.' 11 )?
reuuinug- rrancis -v i>u*"uuaii.
"TANGLED BY TELEPHONE"
Featuring 3Iiss Ivy Close
"LOVE AND TROt T"
Featuring- Shirley Moore and William;
THURSDAY, OTOCBER 26.
' TOM'S STMTEGY"
Featuring Tom Mix and Victoria Ford
William >'ight and Marguerite Sdott |
"HIS GREAT TRIUMPH" I
5 Acts. j
Death of Miss Lula Ethel Singley % j
Miss Lula Ethel Singley died in the
Hunter WeWalt school community
near Pomaria Monday, at the age of 22 years,
and was buried Tuesday at St.
Paul's Lutheran church, service by
the Rev, S. . Ballentine. Her mother.
formerly Miss Livingston, and four
rothers and four sisters, survive. Her
frther, the late Jefferson Singley, died
very suddenly about two years ago
Miss Singley was sick only a few
days, and her death was a shock to
the community, where she was much
There will be a hallowe'en party at
Tranwocd school house on Friday evening,
A Hallowe'en party there's going
And we wv.nt you there as sure as
There'll be joy and laughter by the
Flease say you'll come and poin the
The party will start at 5 o'clock
and there'll be ice cream and cake and
lots of other things and. plenty of fun
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Manager Leslie of th*> Arcade has
secured for the enjoyment of his pa-1
trons the famous "Blue Bird photoplays."
Watch for Ida Schnall, the diving
Venus, in an elaborate picturization
of "Undine" in 5 acts.
The "Blue Birds" cost the Arcade
a neat little sum, however, in accord- J
ance with the custom at this theatre.
the prices remain tfte same 5 and 10
T. M. ROGERS
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician,
.411 Work Guaranteed.
Corner Caliineii and Friend Streets.
Eyes fitted and sold on Installment i
>evruerry, S. C.
I Dr. F. C. Martin |
|ExaminesEyes, Fits Glassesf
* and Artificial Eyes. J
f , X
|If your eyes are giving you|
^trouble d ">n't fail to consult him f
f Satisfaction Guaranteed. |
jj Office ovei Anderson's Dry^
?C jods Store. |
NOTICE FREEHOLDERS, PATRONS
ii ARMANI SCHOOL DISTRICT
The freeholders and patrons of th^
Garmaiiv school district are requested
to meet at the residence of .Mr. Geo.
A. Cromer on Friday evening at 7:30
October 27th. Business of importance.
is. B. ijIiriZSL\.
Chairman Hoard Trustees.
The following announcement will
; be read with interest and pleasure by
' many people in the town an:l
Mr. C. H. Shannon
Announces the marriage of his eldest
i Willie Mae.
j Mr. David islan Reighley, of Newberry
; The wedding to take place in XovemI
A Card of Tiianks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Xo'oles desire
to express their sincere appreciation ,
and heartfelt thanks through the columns
of your paper to th^eir friend.<?
and physician for the faithful service j
which was rendered during the ill- f
1 ness ?nd at the death of their little
i Thursday 0
Photo Plays 1
! "The Girl ol
A romantic drama ol
I "If it's a BLUE BIRE
To whom are you to ent
your own eyes? Will you
with your precious sight?
"put on\' a pair of glasses
j eyes and fit you with prope
eyesight specialist, a man
time to the study and prac
Dr. Crimm has been filt
people f Newberry and cc
with great satisfaction,
glasses in one community i
V skilful, expert, reliable eye
Little Miss Mamie Sloan
berry, who suffered from 1"
writes to Dr. Crimm under
' Dr. Crimm: The glasse
have cured my headache ai
service in my studies at set
What Dr. Crimm has doi
do for you and your child.
I have my own grinding
the best quality lenses foi
Death of Mr. Carl Wagner.
.Mr. Carl A. Wagner, at the age of
72 years, died at eight o'clock on Mont-ay
morning at the home of his stpson.
Mr. G. L. Clamp, in the Smyrna
section. Mr. 'AUgner w.,s born in
Saxony. Germany. He left his native
country for the t'uited States o? j
America during the Franco-Prussian
v.ar of 1S70.
FOR RENT?One 1-horse farm, one
2-iio;se r'arm and one 3-horse farm
i'or the year 1917. Apply to M. M. Buford.
FOR SALE?Two hundred bushels >
of seed wheat at two dollars per bushel.
STRAYED from i v home one hound
dog, yellow and little black on back,
left front foot and left ear with split
in front. Left my house Sunday night,
OCtODer zzna, iyio. nnuer vmu pieass
return to me and get reward. H. C.
Carter, 1400 Poplar street, Newberry.
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: Lost Lake"
Val Paul and
F the great outdoors. ?
?it's got to be good"
ain in Newberry until Satvening,
stairs over J. A. Burton's
;e office opposite Herald
1 UOl JV/U1 Vimvivw.. V ?
Jet anybody experime t ^
Of course "anybody" can
on you, but to fxamine
;r glasses takes a skillful
who devotes his whole
tice of the eyes.
ing glasses to the good "'
>unty for the last 17 years
OeveilLCCll 2 cai o
is a guarantee in itself of
i, right here from Newleadache
and eye strain,
date of Apri! 23d. /'
s you fitted me certainly
fid have given me perfect
C1/\nn Virt (inn
lie iur iviist) oi^an iic
plant and will sell you
.'ess than you pay foi j. ?