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C&5 IJovenj^nts of many iVople, New^erriuJis,
;ii?d t hose Who \isit
^lien Kor MP.oly six syeiii
.Sr.r::irfy in the city with relatives.
?-3iss Annie Mae Gentry and Miss
Vayiue Swiuenberg, teachers in Licit
Mountain High school, spent the
ieeh-end in Newberry with Miss Swittciburg's
XIr. and Mrs. L. L?. :AuIl and L. B.
Anil, Jr.. of Dyson, spent Sunday wtin
Co}. E. H. Au 11.
Miss Emmie Dora Burns returned
zStmtlay from a visit to relatives in
Jtliss Brimelle Perry has retuMie-.l
from a visit to Mrs. Leila Richbour
3Jr. Jack Summer of Auton spent
tbe week-end with relatives in the
Mrs. Roland B. Parks of Cedar?
Ga.. is the guest of Dr. and Mrs.
"W. G. Houseal. She will be pleasantly
remembered in Newberry as Miss
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Airs. Ryan Workman and little son, I
Sagene, returned Monday to Laurens
after spending several weeks withj
Jlrs. Workman's fattier, Mr. E. S.'
President J. Henry Harms and Dr. E.!
JB. Setzler went to Charleston Friday!
io witness the Xewberry-Citadel foot-:
John M. Kinard, Jr., of the univer- j
sitj of South Carolina, spent several:
of last week in the city with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kinard. j
Mrs. J. W. McFall returned Sunday ^
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Itohi a. visit to rei<iu> es m Auguoia. <
Mr. and .Mrs. R. H. Wright, Misses1
IPsuiline Gilder and Maude Epting and
3ir. Z. F. Wright motored to Colum3rai
Mr. E. M. Evans, Jr., spent Sunday
A8r. and Mrs. Charlie Mathis of
:Prosj)erity spent the week-end in New.j
Acrry with Mrs. Mathis' parents, Mr.'
.and Jflrs. P. B. Asbill. j
jMLr. Claude Zobel of Columbia spent
itbe weekend with relatives in New
Mrs. E. H. Jahnz of Charleston is
visiting her mother, Mrs. E. E. Wil- j
Jlr. and Mrs. A. C. Humphries of
5Ditk>n motored to Newberry and spent
it&e day with their son, Mr. T. S. Hum- j
3Pkries. They were accompanlea by
airs. Madora Mcl>aniel and Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Jolly. i
Jtr. B. B. Sloan of Cgjumbia is
^spending a day or so at his Newberry
Messrs. Ellesor Adams and Hugh'
"Workman motored to Columbia Sun-1
.3ir. James Mimnaugh has returned
vfrom the northern markets after se-1
.Seeling his second stock of goods for
Abe season. Examine his big display
afcc loday and you will be convinced
^Mimnaugh sells goods.
]VIrs. Jno. C. Adams, Mrs. Henry
3 on/1 Warrioft
SJ. Alia IL1S, jfiiasca xvaic cuu
Adams, Master Lawrence Adams and
Mt. McHardy Mower motored to Co"ittrobia
Sunday to see Miss Mattie
Jftftms, wlio has improved very much
since going to that city for the benefit
? trf her health.
Air. Carl Julien, of the Southern
Power company, Greenwood, spent
last Friday in Newberry on business
" jfor the company.
iHon-elect H. H. Evans represented
Kewberry at the state ball in Columbia
on last Thursday night.
.Mrs. Annie R. Harris of Brady, -Nebraska,
is visiting her parents, Mr
aad Mrs. J. Chesley Dominick. Her
friends are glatl to see her after he*
lesg absence from Newberry. She is
Accompanied by her son, Mr. Tom
.Clerk of Court J. N. Pearman and
Sheriff J. H. M. Ashley of Anderson,
accompanied by their wives, spent
Fr5day night in Xewberry with SherIjs
and Mrs. Blease, 011 their return
from the State fair. j
Mr. Laurie Wimberly of Cameron
spent the week-end here with his aunt,
35rs. W. H. Zeigler.
Mr. Arthur Cromer, now of Sparttanburg,
spent the week-end in Xew;
berry, his former home county.
Miss Anne 0. Ruff returned last
v-week^rom a. pleasant trip to friends
Mr. and Mrs. John Miller of Whitmire
-and Mrs. Sophie Pinson of Cross
Hill spent Thursday with Mr. Oscar
'31. Bushardt and family.
Mr. M. M. Buford who was for many
years sheriff of Newberry county,
vent home yesterday after spending
Hfce week in Columbia. Capt. Buford
is convalescing from an operation per formed
in Columbia recently.?The
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.Miss Sarah Rawl oi' New jerry is;
visiting Dr. .J. \Y. Boozer 011 Blandiag;
s;rtn. The Slate.
George \Y. Summer. ljresklrnt 01 li;o
j Mollohon mills, Xew berry, was a Co-1
; lumhia visitor yesterday.?Tlie Stat*?.;
i Mrs. \V. H. Hunt is vlco president'
| o: the Baptist Missionary Union ot
: South Carolina, which mevts in OrU^eb-ir?
three days, beginning Xov\
Xewberrians will join tlie citizen-;
I of the whole state in being glad over
the reelection of Mr. John F. Living-;
I ston as president of the Columbia.!
i Newberry and Laurens railroad, as'
, well as tlie reelection of Mr. C. P.
Seabrook as secretary and treasurer:
! of the company. The reports for the
year were read, and found very satis-1
j iactory, at the meeting of the sto^k-1
' holders in Columbia Tuesday. The
. C. X. & T,. is an all right company on j
! solid foundation. j
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. "Wise of Pros-'
| perity are in Columbia taking in the,
j State fair. Mr. Wise sai-d yesteru*y
; tbat the day before coming to Columi
bia he sold five bales of cotton, toI
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gether with the seed from tnre? or i
these, for which he received more than
W. H. Caldwell of Prosperity was
in Columbia yesterday.?The State.
Miss Sudie Dennis of Newberry is
visiting Miss Ainsley Houseal.?The
R. T. C. Hunter of Prosperity is in
Columbia during the Harvest Jubilee
S. J. Derrick of Newberry college'
spent yesterday at the State fair?j
J. W. Earhardt, city recorder of,
Xewberry, is in Columbia for the Har-i
vest Jubilee and visited Recorder
Pitchison at the city court yesterday.
Alan Johnstone, member of the
State senate from Newberry, was
among the visitors in Columbia yesterday?The
i\Yl B. Boinest of Pomaria, represen
tative-elect from Newberry, is attending
the State fair.?The State.
Mrs. John Adams and daughter,
Miss Lizzie, of Chappells, visited this
community one day last week.?Big
Creek Cor. Saluda Standard.
Mrs. Alice Ellis is at home after a
pleasant visit to relatives and friends
in (Newberry, Prosperity and Pomaria.
Mrs. Noah Oxner spent last week
with her mother, Mrs. McGraw, of
Newberry, who has been very sick, j
?Pleasant Grove Cor. Leesville News. I
Mrs. A. P. Riser and Mrs. Dora Mc-!
Nary are visiting Mr. Wyman Riser!
of Newberry, where Mrs. Riser will'
btf under the treatment of Dr. Mayer.!
?'Pleasant Grove Cor. Leesville News. |
Miss Mary Burton of Newberry is
visiting relatives in the city.?Greenville
Mr. Alan '\Y\ Spearman is spending
the week-end in Newberry.?Columbia
Miss Lilla Mav Bushardt of New
berry was the guest of Mrs. Dent for ^
the fair.?The State.
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Gallman are!
spending the week-end with Mr. and I
Mrs. W. T. Gallman in Newberry.?!
Asa Inabinet of Newberry college
! was in the city Thursday for the fair, j
Wilbur Ballentine and Edgar Rvgh,
members of the sophomore class at j
1 Newberry college, were at home dur-:
. ing fair week at Eau Claire.?The i
i Dr. and Mrs. P. G. Ellesor at:end-|
ed the funeral of Mrs. Ellescr's uncle,'
: Dr. W. C. Irbv, in Laurens Saturday.
i Mrs. R. C. Bolyeston spent the week,
end in Blacksburg.
I VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
l^i the pigeon exhibit at the State j
fair Mr. M. K. Wicker of Newberry
was awarded first, prizes for Fan;
Tails, Blue Magpies, White Runts,'
Colored Runts, Tumblers and Frill j
Backs, and second and third prizes al- J
so for White Runts.
1 A string of movie stars will be at
; the Opera House on duty at different
, times this week. The list includes
i such, celebrities as .Mine. Petrova, Mary
Pickford, Marguerite Clayton, Mary
Anderson, Helen Gibson, Ivy Close,
. Eleanor 'Wbodruff, Marin Sais, Bryant
| Washburn, Harry Dunkinson, Aubrey
Smith, Robert Warwick, True Boardi
man and others, with Tom Mix, Ham
' 5 ^ 3 ? ^ \Tvnro "in'' I
4 ciliU I3UC1, VI tuuicc, auu wo ,
j In the Connie Maxwell, receipts fo^
i September, (Orphanage) we find the
' following items: J. A. Hurton, $15;
West End Sunday school, $12; East
| Side Sunday school, $2.70.
There will alwavs be accidents, rei
: marks an exchange, says the Ander-;
r , '
i- a .viail, so loiij; a:-; the engineer ro- (
fuses to stop the locomotive when lie,'
sees an automobile approaching. ThrcL:
or lour d.iv-.-r:; !'a ou^ht = >
iias. i'. ..'um'o, wh > is presi-,
uei.t 01 the Vo. People's federation,!
an 'Inspiring a<iilre-s on J'Tho'
ileroism of Servi'-e."?lolir-r-in U;1..
hdsefield Advertiser, in rei orilng
it wili be cheaper to grow more live,
stock than boll weevils, says the Ar.-i
.lust why such a mild, sweet and!
hospital season, during which the cii- j
mate is so salubrious, sliould be call-,
ed "inuian" summer is somewhat ol :
a mystery.?Greenville News
While "the frost is on the pumpkin |
and the fodder's in the shock," roast- J
ing ears are still on tap in Fickens, j
says the Sentinel of that city.
The good October days are here, I
the gladdest of the year; the time to
roast the 'possums and drink ol' 'sim- j
moil beer.?Pickens Sentinel jusii 1
did get in.
We certainly wish the boll weevil |
would drown when he starts across the
Savannah riMer. But there's not a j
single chance. There is only cue wa,
to get ahead of him, and that is by
diversification. So why not diversify?
Our friend Mr. Clayton takes a shot
at the management of the city government
today in connection with the
park discussion.?Florence Times. ?W?
don't have anything like that in Newberry.
This is a quiet stopping place.
Our old friend John Duncan is letting
the other boys announce ahead
of him. However, we feel certain .
that Duncan will be among those
present when the next swing 'round
the state begins, and that when tne
meetings are reported papers can once
more say, "Duncan also spoke." As
a matter of fact, though Duncan has j
some good stuff in his speeches.? j i
John T. Roddy yesterday sold 10,- 000
bushels of cotton seed. The pur- i
chasing price is 90 cents a bushel.? <
Rock Hill Herald. *
The Crossland-Tyson Realty and <
Auction company of Bennettsville <
bought a bale of long staple cotton <
in Bennettsville last Tuesday at 30 <
cents a pound, the bale weighing 500 <
Mr. J. D. Quattlebaum of Prosperity <
is now in the west buying mules and <
moT-oo Wo Tuill Tiavp in a Inari Thurs- *
day, Nov. 2nd. If you need anything <
come and see them.
J. W. Kibler Co. is credited with $10
in a list of cash receipts for the orphanage
at Salem, Va., as published i
in the Lutheran Orphan Home Mes-j
An interesting programme of bright |,
clever toasts followed, Mrs. Eloise ,
Welch Wright of Newberry acting as ,
toastmistress &nd introducing the j
speakers in a happy manner.?From !,
The State's report of the annual fair ,
week banquet of the Columbia College
association of South Carolina.
Thirty-seven Greenwood county
'r-.oaoiimo Viovo hoon trppri ^AUffht.
L'UOOU 4JL1I3 UM v* -- v., w .
hilled and dressed and are now on
cold storage at the ice plant awaiting
the arrival of Friday night, November
10th, when the local T. P. A.'s
will be hosts to a large gathering at
an old time 'possum and 'tater supper.
Thirteen more are to be caught
and go through the same process, as
they plan to have fifty in all.?Greenv
ood Journal. Where are the Xewilorry
T. P. A.'s?
A bouiii uaronna regimeni 01 uik|
uniform rank, 'Wbodmen of the World, \
was organized in Columbia Wednes- i
day. Among the uniform rank com-;
panies in the state is one in Xewberrv.!
Among the corn club boys at the.
State fair, Newberry members took
a leading part, carrying off prizes as j
follows: First prize for ten ears and
uistory $15, Ernest Brooks, Prosperity.
First prize for opst ter eprs. *1?.
Carol Mills, Prosperity. First prize'
for best single ear, $7, Carol Mills,'
Prosperity. Second prize, $5, Cecil '
Dominick, Little Mountain. i
The Rev. T. J. Watts, secretary of j
the Baptist Sunday school board, will'
lecture at the First Baptist church
Wednesday night, beginning at eight:
o'clock. Public invited.
A cluster of blackberries was
brought to this office Saturday by Mr. I
Mack Dominick of Colony. Some of:
the berries were ripe. They are large j
| specimens of a cultivated variety from
1 a bush on his home place. He plant-!
! ed the vine three or four years ago. i
*T- T "EJ TTV\1L- Pnmorio hnn jrVl f~
an Overland touring car in Xewberrv j
June apples in October were report- j
ed in Newberry last Friday, as coming,'
from Mr. Neely Bushardt's place.
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'lift' f-ii?:? Service
i. i j:I :a:.;i illvaaor Wood*
in the 5-Act
(.01.1) KA(iLK FI* ATI KK 'MAFFKEY''
"THE CHALK LINE."
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i iiiTu.iiti: iiurr) i. .tiyers aim nummary
"IT'S A BEAR"
Featuring1 Mary Anderson.
Tl'ESDAY, OCTOBER 31
Featuring Plump and Runt.
IVOIiLD FllTtKJKS WiJ.L fKtH-Vi
IX "FRIDAY, THE 13TH,"
WEDXESDAT, XOVEMBER 1
2-Act Essanay Drama
Featuring Harry Duukinsou.
'\MEER IX THE KITCHEX"
Featuring Miss Itj Close
Featuring" ITary Pickford
THURSDAY, XOiVEHBER 2.
"TAMIXG GROUCHY BILL*'
METRO PICTURES WILL PRESENT
Hnie. Petrova in a 5-Act Wonderplaj
"THE SCARLET WOXAX."
LWXTUJ JiAKJtfiT. *
? (Cotton .17.75 $
Cotton seed, per bu 96 ^
$ Cotton 18
? Cotton seed, per bu 97
?> Pomaria. 4
S' Cotton 18.50 3
3> Cotton seed, per bu 90 3
$> Little Mountain. 3
^ Cotton 18.25 -9
iv r\AT? Kit Qfi
V^t^LLUlI OCCU) pci U w, v v ?
? Cbappells. ^
$> Cotton 18.25 ^
$> Cotton seed, per bu 97.50 3
* Silver Street. 4
/Cotton 17.75 <S
Cotton seed, per bu 96.50
S> Klnards. 3
$ Cotton 18.25 ^
3>Cotton seed, per bu 90 "?
$> Whitmlre. 4
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Cotton is.ov t
Cotton seed, per bu 90 3
MEETING OF DEMOCRATIC TOT
EKS OF THE CITY OF DEWBERRY.
A meeting of the Democratic vo
ters of the city of Newberry will b<
held in the Council Chambers 01
Tuoadav nio-ht Oct. 31st. at 7130. fO]
*. O?"? the
purpose of adopting a method o
nominating candidates for the fol
lowing officers: One member of th<
Board of Commissioners of Publii
Works and three members of th<
Board of School Trustees?for Wlard,
1, 2 and 3 respectively.
By order of the City Executive com
0. B. MAYER,
NOTICE OF JURY DRAWING.
Notice is hereby given that we, th<
i :^Pnmmiecimiprfi ff>'
11II (ifcii b 1 *^11 *J ui v ^
Xewberry County, S. C., will at th<
cfiice of the Clerk of Court for New
berry County, at Nine O'clock. A. M.
November loth, 1916, openly and pub
licly draw the nsmcs of thirty-si:
(36) men, v ho shall serva as Petit Ju
rors at the Court of iCommon Pleas
which will convene at Xewberry Cour!
House, November 27th, 1916, and wil
continue for one week.
C. C. SCHUMPERT,
J. B. Halfacre,
JXO. C. GOOGAXS,
Jury Commissioners for Newberry
County, S. C.
October 30th, 191 .
Dr. I. E. Crimrn will remain in Newberry
only until Saturday evning ol
this week. As the important time is
fast drawing to a close it would be
well for all interested in the doctor':
stay to see him at once.
Columbia Coca Cola is as inferioi
to the Newberry brand as Bush river
water is to Stomp Spring's.
Kroia \ew York- j
I .Mii'iuiimii bark from New York.!
: New goods rushed here by express. I
! fiits is one ot J'e important pieces ! 1
of live news today. And what adds .
h) the importance ?s t:ve fact Mat
it was his secor. I trip for goods this
wtason. it not only speaks v.-oil for
. I i Iiiii il-11. iiiil ii. :i: u ... \ \\0!i <
, ,(,r .\i- oerrv. ; s it tells
.tho outside yrorld tliat the people in j
i this (ity and county are making mon-;'
oy and spending it, notwithstanding: '
the European war and the consequent
iiiuIi cost ui living and dying and mar:
rying and so L'orth. Merchants may :
i come and merchants may go, but !
. Mimnaugh goes cn forever.
| FOR SALE?Bui! puppies at $3.00
each. Six weks old. See Caldwell
i Sims, phone 106.
WE HAVE THE KI >
j They Will be Here Tlinrsdav, Xovembei
J. D. QDA1
The old saying, "procrastination is tt
Why rob yourself of a substantial cas
still secure splendid Bargains in Dlshei
anything else you need in Household ai
I ginal cost prices. We bought this lot o:
and in order to stimulate business w e
profit to ourselves.
' to consult him about your eyes. Dr. C:
! Newberry any longer than this Saturdt
> This letter speaks for itself:
' Little Miss Mamie Sloan, right here fi
' j headache and eyestrain, writes to Dr. C
H "Dr. Crimm: The glasses you fittei
^ache and have given me perfect servk
j What Dr. Crimm has done for Miss S
>| Office up stairs over J. 'A, Burton's :
>! News building.
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1; Lois Weber; author of "Where
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I'eo";;Ie returning from the State fair
on the iate aueinoon special irain
the C. X. and i.. Thursday enjoyed
sunset on the hike, just out from
I.'' i umoia.
Amcn^ -th.-.se i'rci 1 Newberry .viio
; ulil not go to the State fair was Lr.
r-juseal. which was owing to pre;
iredness for a better enumeration of
i t- next census of the city's population.
there being another Lominack
in town?of the house of Frank Lominack.
And two weeks before a little
Long?of the house of George Lon?;
- came to add to the figures.
Newberry helped materially in making
the 1916 Stale fair the greatest in j
the history of the association. ^
D YOU WANT,
- 2nd, 1916. Come and See Them.
Y, S. C.
te thief of time," is as tr?e as ever,
h saving, when by hurrying you can
5, Enamel Ware, Window Shades and
rid kitchen goods at almost the orin
particularly advantageous terma,
are offering them at an infinitesimal
10c. STORE |
FAIL TO CALL*
DR. CRIME |
rim will positively not remain in 1
ly Evening. 1
om Newberry, who suffered from fl
rimm under date of April 23rd.
d me certainly have cured my head- V
:e in my studies at school."1
Hoan he can do for you and your childreal
estate office opposite Herald and
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written and produced by
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fprocrites' ^ 'M
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