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file oi iv.duj ftvple, Sew:?err
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A. ?!. iaiu. :i nac iviuiiiv/it
from a visit to relatives at Kinards.
?tSniithville Cor. Abbeville Medium.
Mrs. Mattie ..*iiier of Newberry is
visiting the family of Mr. J. O. Miller.
? -Smitiiville Cor. Abbeville Medium.
Mis. W. S. Mobley lias gone to -Newberry
to visit relatives.?Johnston
Mr. longshore of Newberry has been
visiting his neice. Mrs. J. L. WaiKer.
Miss Annie Lee Whitman has ueen
spending a wiiiie in the city, coming
here to visit her brother, who has been
recently ill while attending one of the
schools here. Miss Whitman wili
leave ror Branciiviile today and will
stop there a week before returning
Miss Ethel Jones accompanied Miss
Sara Logan home from Wintnrop college
Friday and spent the week-end >
in York.?York .News.
\ Mrs. Walter H. DicKert and children
and Mrs. Dickert's sister. Miss Martha !
Shealy, left Tuesday for Saluda to <
sr^pnrl a wppk with their sister. Mrs. i
Miss Sadie Goggans and Superinten- j
dent C. P. Barre will attend the Laur- |
en6 County Teachers' institute, which j
will be in session at Laurens on Thurs- J
day, Friday and Saturday of this week.j
Mr. Barre will address the institute!
on "The School as a Social Center,"
and Miss Goggans on "The Making 01
a Daily Schedule and the Combination
Mr. John D. Shockley of Columbia j
tisited his daughter, Mrs. Welch Wil-j
bur, and other relatives here fromi
Fnday afternoon to 'A'ednesday after- !
*oon, when he went to :Clinton to;
isit his son, Mr. Guy Shockley.
Mrs. Wm. Y. Fair is visiting her j
brother. Gen. Ernest A. Garlington.:
ic Washington, D. C. ;
Rev Herbert N. Laws of Lawrence
ville, Va.. spent Monday and Tuesday]
iit Newberry with Rev. E. V. Babb. i
Mr. Frank G. little motored from!
Laurens county Wednesday morning
in his Overland, car, bringing with him
kis mother, Mrs. Margaret Little, Mrs.
W. D. Byrd and Mr. Wm. F. Wright, j
Mrs. Little came to attend the Hous-j
eal-Goggans wedding and to visit re-j
latives, she being related to the bride- i
eiect. The other members of the
Laurens party returned to their homes ;
\fr. Wi 1 Switenber?. of the late bier1
firm -of Brown, Hipp andwittenberg, j
has returned to -is former positions''
iBg the big lire firm of ummer Bros.' j
hardware store, where this big and ;
lire merchant-clerk will be well pleas-!'
ed to see his big numbers of friends!
to sire them big satisfaction.
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Baum of Xew-|
berry are spending several days with i
relatives on Queen street.?Charles-!;
ton Post. j:
Mr. and Mrs. H. M.Bryson and little
daughter, l>orothy, motored to Mount-!
Misses Sara and Agnes Houseal j
spent Tuesday in Columbia.
Dr. Haiet Caldwell and Mr. M. 0. j
J. Kreps, Jr.. of Columbia spent Tues-,
dav in the city.
Mesrss. Robert and Gus Houseal came
Tuesday to attend the Houseal- J
Mr. N. E- Taylor has returned to
his home at St. Lukes, having reeovered
from the accident which caus-1
ed the breaking of his leg some time
ago. Ho spent nine weeks in the Columbia
hospital. Mr. Taylor's friends
are t;lail to see him out from the hospital
after his long and tedious stay
in that institution.
Mr. H. .v ir?wor has returned to
t utroc the* Tnvlor ?ara?e at Xew
UC. lJUiWkJ, ? V.JT ??. o .
berry having closed.
Mrs. lone Singley of Garys is visit}~~
f* *' ' .on.
Mrs. C. F. Graham, who is staying I
with her daughter, Mrs. J. P. Shealy,
attended the funeral of her sister-inlaw,
Mrs. Polly Graham, Tesday afternoon.
at the family burying ground,
Mr. G. W. Harrison has returned
to reliable place at the reliable
store of L. Morris.
Mrs TV n Rrock returned to Xew-i
berry alter, a visit to her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Poole Mt. Zion
"Cor. Spartanburg Herald.
Mrs. Frank Bishop of Laurens is
visitins: her sister. Mrs. Kate Coats,
at Helena. j
Miss Cleo Aull, a recent graduate of
the Newberry Business school who has
been serving tlie Jacobs company at
Clinton, has accepted a position with
a prominent law firm in Barnwell
and will leave for her new work Friday.
Miss Nena Duncan of '\Y<hitmire is
visiting Mrs. J. M. Pitts at Clinton.
VARIOUS AM) ALL ABOUT.
There will be all day service at
?- ?- ?
Ebenezer cnurcn next ounua;, .w tether
5th. The 'Woman's Missionary Society
will have services in the forenoon;
preaching by Dr. A. J. Bowers.
Dinner on the ground. Preaching in
the afternoon by the pastor. Rev. W.
R. Bouknight. The public is invited.
A few more deals like the paying of
$11,000 by the Johnson-JVIcCrackin
company to the Edw. R. Hipp estate
for the two large stores where this
large and always wide awake firm
carries on a most successful business
would give Newberry such a boom
that other envious places would jump
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right up and raite minieuiaie numc.
Judge L. M. Player married a couple
at his office last Saturday afternoon
three o'clock. At that time Mr.
Homer Addy accompanied Miss Louisa
Stillwell to the magistrate's office
seeking happiness. The judge pronounced
them man and wife in his
ceremony. The bride and groom are
from the Mollohon mill.
June apples and blackberries in
j October is a good advertisement for
j tue climate of Newberry.
'i lie Woman s Home and Foreign
: Missionary society of the Lutheran
Church of the Redeemer will hold its
j wiurnlo r mmitlil v mcatind at thp nJlT"SOn
i U. AC*. A liiV/li WiiivT U w-->w ^ ?
> age Monday afternoon. November the
5tli, at 4 o'clock. All members and
friends are cordially invited to attend.
The recent missionary convention will
be discussed and Thanksgiving leaflets
wiir be read.
Mr. Sam \V. Dominick. the well
known automobile seller and repairer,
is now selling me fcaxon car. .vju.
: Dominic k is not only a good salesman
of automobiles, but he knows how to
i-ut them together when they come to
pieces. He is a fine combination when
i* conies to handling automobiles.
!t is perfectly alright Greenwood
Journal. Alright is not all all right. It
should be all right. That is perfectly
Our neighbors?Cof. D. H. Tompkins.
'\\". S. Sanders. T. J. Kinard.
.j R. Werts, L. E. Summer and J.
I ,v.m many premiums oi?
P'gs, cattle, sheep, goats, mules and |
horses at the State fair.?Ninety Six!
Cor. Greenwood Journal. |
Baby Has Long Name.?Gaffney Led-1
ger. That is nothing strange in New- j
berry. There have been many babies 1
with Long names and there are a few j
here now; as least there is one.
? _ -1 J - J.' * ~ W'An "hV I
in aaaiuon. iu mc
Miss A. L. Langford of Prosperity at j
the recent State fair, which were
mentioned in the last issue of The I
Herald and News, she also was award- <
ed other prizes, which were announc- i
ed since, as follows: First prize on j
woven counterpane, $1; second prize:
on large afghan, $1, and first on lady's !
skirt, $2. i
Mrs. A. M. Bedenbaugh of Pomaria.
took second prize on Desi piece em-,
broidery, $1; second prize on tow-(
els, 50 cents, and second on center-;
piece, $1. Miss Fredda Banks of Pros- j
perity got second prize, 50 cents, on
In our Monthly for October the list!
of further contributions to the support
fund of Thornwell orphanage contains !
the following from Newberry: Avtleigh
Sunday school, $15; L. B. S.,
Aveleigh church, $14.57. j
America Getting Rich.?Headline.'
While this nation is getting rich off I
~ Voir.liQ'rfv ncnnlf! alntior Wltti '
r* ai , ? wv* A j ^W.V..D f
other folks, have to pay enoriLtjiio
prices for provisions, etc. It is spec*,
illation and robbery.
Mr. McDuffie Sligh bought a Dodg?
car from the Dodge -Motor company!
The bursting of a bottle at tlie New- j
berry Coca Cola plant Tuesday cut
several of Arthur Turner's nngei>
Interest in the contest through Tl>c I
Herald and News is srowiiiff in in-,
tensity and excitement. Some of the
ladies are running neck and neck in j
the race, which is a beautiful one.
Many of them are keeping pretty close1
together and most of the contestants
are making fine records. It is the absorbing
topic of conversation and The
Herald and News is getting a boom.;
Xcthing succeeds like success.
<A man never realizes the total de-1
pravity of mankind in general until
someone steals from him the umbrella
he stole from some other man.?Rocl;;
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.Yionciay win oe saiesuay. nee mu
master's sales advertised for that
Hogs and peanuts to combat boll:
weevil. When the weevil comes slo-j
gan will be South Carolina must feed j
herself Xews and Courier. If Dem- j
cnstrator Tom Mills and his force:
or n't meet the weevil in the middle Oi
Savannah river, you people had
K^rrej. soein preparation for more
ho a* and peanuts. I
There will be preaching at St. Pauls j
Lutheran church next Sunday after- j
neon at 3:30 by the Rev. S. C. Bal-1
lentine. Sunday school at z:30.
Committee No. ??the :-*atefl cirr^t-j
tee? .Mrs. Robert Wright, chairman, j
is called to meet on Monday afternoon, i
at 4 o'clock, at Langford and Bush,
ardt's furniture store.
A 4-rooru tenement house on Mr.
J. S. Dominick's place xvas burned
a: about sunrise on Merrily -corning.
A 3-year-old negro child took f<"e to
the bed to .see it burn. The $1."0 loss
v.n~ covered by 5insurance :.i me
K^nde.'con lirct'.o: >?T. W. and
L. S.?lost their store building and
contents by lire last Saturday night at
Shelton. It was a new building and
the loss is about $3,000. with a very
little insurance on the stock of goods.
, The fire was the result of the accij
dental dropping of a lamp near the
. kerosene tank.
| A. L. Coleman of Silverstreet has
I been drawn on the grand jury at tli?
i ieuerai court in ureenwooa im\i
; with E. L. Strauss of Prosperity, P. B.
i Warner of Prosperity. John P. Long
! of Silverstreet. John M. Suber of Whit
mire, and R. G. Smith of Kinards as
i petit jurors.
Your attention is called to section
j 6 of the ordinance levying the tax for
j city's revenue. It reads:
"That all taxes herein imposed shah
; be paid between the 1st day of Oc!
tober and the 1st day of December.
1916, and a penalty of ten per cent
| is hereby imposed and shall be added
nil taypc; not nniri nrior to Dec
ember 1st. 1916."
] Please attend to the matter.
J. W. Chapman.
Clerk and Treasurer.
| WAXTED?Every good housekeeper
to call at our store during the week
j of November 9th to 15th and let a factory
expert explain the Ranse Eternal.
The Prosperity Hardware Co..
Prosperity. S. C.
! DEATH OF EB, GUY DAM ELS .
Mr. Julius Guy Daniels died at the
} Columbia hospital Tuesday afternoon j
I of pneumonia. His ixxiy was snippeu i
j to Newberry on the 2:48 Southern;
j irain Wednesday and carried to thf, !
j home of his sister, Mrs. E. E. William- I
| son, whence it was conveyed 011 Tiiurs- 1
; day morning at lu o'clock to Rose- I
I mont cemetery, by the following pall- j
| bearers: Jackson Bowers, Al. L j
j Spearman. Everett Evans. R. L. Tar- j
j n ut, C. C. Schumpert and J. F. Ept- j
i ?! ?. 111C service v. as cuuuuirieu u?
j the Rev. F. E. Dibble.
I Mr Daniels was 40 years old. He
v.xis formerly a resident of Newberry.
j Alter the death of nis father, the late :
1 Julius A. Daniels, in this city, lie con-;
| tinued the jewelry business here unj
der the firm name of Daniels and Wil-;
i liamson. The family came to New-!
| berry from Anderson, and made j
| friends here, the family sharing the:
: -enuil disposition of tiie elder Mr. !
Daniels. During the active life time
of Mr. Guy Daniels in this community j
j i?c took part in the various srp.rt'o-- 1
[ nigs of the young people and ^as a j
sergeant in Capt. >\\\ Smith Langford o j
company in the Spanish-America*J
war. His death was a shock to h;^ .
friends. Mr. Daniels moved from i
Newberry to Georgia and was con- j
nected with a jewelry house in Anguts-. I
Opera House \
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3
"A MILLION FOR A BABY"
3-Act Essanay Drama.
Featuring' Bryant Washburn and Marguerite
"ABLAZE OX THE RAILS"
Featnrlngr Helen Gibson.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4.
"PATENTED BY HAJT,"
Featuring* Ham and Bad
Selig- Tribune So. 73.
"THE GIRL FROtf 'FRISCO"
2-Act Kalem Drama, k
Featuring Marin Sals and True Board- !n
International Cartoon Comedy.
WANTED?Ten or 15 fresh milch 01
cows. J. G. Lowe. Spartanburg, S. C. P
ll-4-3t. - tl
XOTICE?We will gin only Tuesday, fi.
Thursday and Friday pntil further
notice. Jalapa Mercantile Co.
customers having kerosine
and gasoline drums will please d
return them to us promptly as possi^ a]
hie as we are neding them hadly.
Suaimer Bros. Co. - a
ROOFINGS?Galvanized, rubber and ,
- ? ^ ~ 1 . xx /% ?. r. v\ ri/> r?Vi 11 at Anlr c *
? anu aaau. r uit oiuvno,
see us for your needs. Summer Bros, n
FOR RENT?One 6 room dwelling ^
at Helena; one two horse farm in two
miles of Newberry. M. M. Buford. t
BIG COTTON SEED SALE '
Mr. H. 0. Long on Thursday soldj^.
to the Sothern Cotton Oil company
T. noo h,,<?hels of cotton seed at 97 1-2 ?
centa the bushel. Mr. Long bought c
o. vuc otcu cib 10W as fJU C61113
..UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE we will *
rin Thursday and Friday of each week.
Silverstreet Ginnery, K. S. Stillwell,
i ~ .
Some one remarket
'There are no old w(
This is true largely 1
tiful shoes and >
Our patrons refuse
"act old" or "wj
bnues are ueaiu-iiu.
fortable. We ha
blending the two.
"Ask the women v
ta, going from there to Florida an-1
iatei to Columbia Hv weaves a widow,
who. with two children, came from
'Americus, Ga., to attend the funeral.;
He is also survived by three brotners j
ana two sisters namely . Dr. tien ; '
l.-aniels and Mr. Sam Daniels of!
Americus and Mr. J. W. Daniels j ,
of Green Cove, Fla.. and Mrs. j
E. E. Williamson of Newberry and j 1
Mrs. A. C. Brannen of Tuscaloosa, Ala. !
One of his brothers. Mr. Sain Daniels.
accompanied Mrs. Guy Daniels
and the children to Newberry from
Miss Ona Demorest
Leading Lady j.
Demorest Stock Co. j
Coming all next week the well [
mown popular players, the De-j
lorest Show Co, will open for!
ne week in their pretty water-1
roof tent theatre.
A coterie of dramatic and spe- k
alty artists of the highest c'ass, [ J
resenting every advertised fea- ]M
ire, a high class Dramatic Co. of
The following plays will be prented:
"Wages of Sin," "Fatal Weding,
"Lena Rivers," "Tempest Lid
tSunshiue," "Ten Nights in |
Bar Room," "Klu Klux Klan,''i|
The Girl I Love," "The Trail ofj
tie Lonesome Pine," "Kast Lyn-j
e," 'St. Elmo," "Thorns and'
)range Blossoms." In fact the
how will select plays from the
est Stock plays, that is Possible
Beautiful Scenery for every play, j
Jtage setting and mechanical efects
the show has the most beauiful
coinplele theatre tent in the
South, and caters to the better
:lasses of Ladies and Gentlemen,
'Wasres ot Sin" Monday Nijjht
A dollar Show at 10 and 20c
DON'T MISS IT
d recently that
because of beaumouthful
3 to <4look old"
ilk old/' Their
I and yet comve
the art of
vho wear them"
NEWBERRY COLLEGE CLUB
There will be a meeting of the
Newberry College club at the court
tiouse on Monday, November C. .t 7:30
p. m. Business of importance to be i
k ^ J All 1 1 . ^ '
Lranactea. ah meuiuers urgeu to ue
V. H. Hunt, Presided.
4f? A P
ft) Victrola VIII .
jp] Ten lO-in^h 75<
no) Victor Records
^3 You can select any
j^j you'll find a splendid ass
raj Come in today and
M outfit for your home. Ea
W if desired.
f^her styles cf the Victor
Of Ladies' and N
Boots tor those >
Now at the Samp]
J. LUREY, Prop., B
We want to thank the
most libera] patronage giv
now solicit it in the future
following specials at prices
All our $7.00 and $8.00 La
These come in white, pa
A big lot ladies' high cut
over $5 and $6. now $3.49
Ask to see our iine of mis
in all the leading styles ar
Men's and Ladie
We are extra strong in i
are low. For any want in
pie Shoe Store. All shoes
Big line men's high cut t
is the time. Come to th<
save your money and get c
We solicit your repair sh
? k 1^ Pn nonmKnr fin
I CtHSUiiCUUIC uu
J. LUREY, 1
Opposite the Ladi
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Welch Wilbur
was hostess at & rook party, at t
her home in High Point. The rooms
were attractive in their decoration#
of- potted plants, ferns and autumn
flowers. Twelve guests were present
and at the conclusion of the games a j
delightful salad course was served.
i UUllll |j
... $40. K
. . . ZSO" ) "*
records you wish?and jfi
ortment here. W <
T 71 i? Ivl
stc duuui tins v i^uuia. lyi
sy terms can be arranged TO
and Virrola $10 to $400. Cr?
4 M. M. Salter
i for the Dog
lisses' High Lace
vho care begins
le Shoe Store.
Next Door to j
lusy Bee Restaurant
buying public for their
en us in the past, and
vtt x i _
. w e oner special me
; very low.
? and Boots
.dies' Boots now pr $4.95
t leather, tan and gray.
; boots, worth the world
5ses' and children's shoes
this line, and our prices
shoes come to the Samare
guarantee^ by us.
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>oots ror minting, inow
3 Sample Shoe House,
>ur prices. N
Loe work at prices very
te place, come now.
es' Rest Room. *
IY, S. C.