file Movement* of v.&uj People, NewWrriaos,
and Those Wlio Visit
Miss Louisa Taylor spent the week- I
end with relatives in Newberry, re-j
enming her work in the graded school j
"Mon.in v.?Xinetv Six Cor. Greenwood ;
Lois Hipp, '16. is teaching domes-j
in-, science in Bessem City. X. C.
Lois is especially fitted for this work, j
;aid \v feel that Bess, mer City is i
fortunate in having secured her ser- ;
Mr. an<l Mrs. S. T. Gallman have re- j
turned after a visit to Mrs. W. G.1
Miss Yerna Summer has r. turned to
Silverstreet and Miss Helen Summer
to Newberry after a week's visit to
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sum-;
rr* l ? -x rnix ~
iner, Oil layior Birtei.? me oiai.t;. i
Mr. and Mrs. Samuei Dominick of
Newberry have returned home after
a stay with Mrs. H. M. Axsqq..?The
Mr. White Fant was m the city Fri- i
nay. He came in a fine, handsome,'
Marmon car. one of .the makes of au-'
tomobiles his company is handling. |
Mr. J. Cheslev Dominick left Friday
on a week's visit to relatives in Greenwood,
Ninety Six and Phoenix.
Mr. Hal Shealy. a student of New- !
berry college, spent Sunday with his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Shealy?
We rejoice that our old friond "Hub"
Evans of Newberry is to again be a
member of the housf. There are lots
worse people prowling around than
Mrs. 0. Wells of N'ewberry Is visit-;
ing her son, T. M. iWtells, on East
Earle street.?Greenville Piedmont.
First Iieut. W. R. Connelly and
Second Lieut. Robert Lester of the
regular army, both graduates of the
citadel, atendfd the banquet at the
To]tec last Thursday. Lieut. Connelly
is a native of Ninety Six and Lieut.
T*>f*er is a native of Prosperity.?
Mr. Horace C. Swittenberg is with
tie firm of Geo. C. Hipp. He brings
V> his new good position the well j
trained experience of a merchant.
*?hich he.^fcined in His rormer store,
the late flii$ of SWittenberg and Epting.
Principal*^. L. Keitt, Jr., a^ 38
Estelle Caldwell; of thp * lti ej
school, spent the week-end v "
resr^ctive homes in Newberry
Miss Martha Shealy. who has oO'n
xisiting her sister, Mrs. Walter Dickert,
.left yesterday on. her return to
St. 'Aaigustine. Fla.
State Constable T. Grif. Williams
of Spartanburg is in the city.
? Mrs. Ella Burton and her son. Ross,
of Whitmire were visitors to Mrs.
Burton's sister, Mrs. Corrie Greneker.
Mrs. Geo. L. Epp6 and two little
daughters, Miss Carolyn and the baby,
- "* * i x ?
spoilt rrom ?naay arternoon 10 oai-1
nrday afternoon with 'relatives at
"W. B. Oxner of Clinton has returned
home after visiting his grandmother.
Mrs. G. W. Pearson.
JKrs. A. B. Harman or' Columbia was
in Newberry last Friday, having come
to the city to return home with her
little daughter, Frances, who had been
visiting relatives here.
In a fascinating story of
By Grant (
Mutual Star Fe
(Star of "The Gir
An elaborate pro
Mr. J. E. (very much better known j
as "Rj-d") Sligh of Columbia was in
Newberry between trains Sunday.
Miss Ellie Cousins spent Sunday j
right in Prosperity with her niece, j
Miss Lois Mercnant, wno is in.
Mr. Roy Cannon of Columbia spent
the Wt-ek-end in Newberry.
Mrs. T. R. Hollingsworth of Cross ;
Hill, after a pleasant visit to relatives,!
has returned home,
Mrs. Cannon Blease returned Friday |
from Laurens, where she was the j
guest of Mrs. Ryan Workman.
Mr. Charlie Boling of Columbia
spent ouuuav in tii^ v,u;. i
)frs. P. B. Mitchell and little daugh-j
ter have returned to Prosperity after [
se nding several weeks with Mr. and i
Mrs. Charles S. Sub<;r.
Miss Miriam Morris of Edgefield i
spent the week-end with Miss Gladys!
Miss Louise Haltiwanger returned
Thursday from a visit to friends in j
Miss AziJe< !Tarr, of Due :Wfest Col- i
lege for Women, spent the week-end i
in Newberry with her parents, Mr. and'
Mrs. H. L. Parr.
Miss Blanche Simmons returned toj
Greenwood Friday, having attended the |
Houseal-Goggans wedding. i
Mr. Claude Smith of Whitmire spent
the week-end in the city with his parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Van Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Hale Sherwood and
baby and Mrs. Mary Kinard of Ninety
Six spent Sunday with the latter's
sister, Mrs. B. M. Dennis.
Miss Adelle Cross is visiting friends
in Newberry. She will return to the
city just before Thanksgiving.?Charleston
Mrs. John T. Sloan has returned
from Newberry, where she attended
the Houseal-Goggans wedding Thursday.?'The
Miss Leola Bedenbaugh of Newberry !
is spending several weeks with her!
sister, Mrs. Clarence .tticnaras, on
Maple street, Shandon.?The State.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
It's a wise man that knows his own J
Ford this day and-time.?Spartanburg
Remember, an apple a day will keep
the doctor away Spartanburg Journal.
iWe know a man who ate an
apple a day and had to call the doctor
anyway.?Hugaloo Tribune. And
old Adam ate an apple one day and
ever since there's been the devil to
pay.?Pickens Sentinel. Take it away.
Take it away.
Mr. White Fant of Columbia paid
$5 Saturday for exceeding the speed
limit. The Newberry boys have learned
not to exceed the speed limit. Mr.
KS'ri't. nowever, was jusu s>uuniii& &
possible prospective buyer how easv |
it was to run the Marmon, when lie
happened to run a little fast.
Amity Lodge, No. 87, A. F .M., will
hold its next regular communication
tonight at 8 o'clock, the hour having
been changed from 8:30.
Magistrate W. P. Allen at Chappells
held an inquest over the dead body
of -Cain Kemp, colored, last Wednes- j
day. The verdict was mat tne aeceas- |
ed nad come to his death, by natural
The Calvin Crozier Chapter U. D.!
C. will meet Tuesday afternoon at j
four o'clock with Mrs. W-. W. Crom-!
if ) ;j j
/ v" |
H i> i
Si i ;
jL* i>- a ?. ; i j
TO * i-h'j Ox il> / ?
Er .5 L; H 1' /v >
: the perils of the stage
l and the Game")
duction in 5 acts
Helen Holmes at the Arcade Wednesday
in a o-reel mutual special feature
NOTICE OF Jl'RY DRAWING
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned,
Jury Commissioners for
Newberry County, S. C., will at the
office oi' the Clerk of L'ourt for Newberry
County at Nine 0 clock, A. M.,
November 17th, 1916. openly and pub- j
iisly draw th;* names of Thirty-six
men who shall serve as Petit .Jurors |
at the Court of General Sessions, j
which will convene at Newberry Court
House, December 4th, 1916, and will i
continue for one week.
C. C. SCHUMPERT,
JAS. B. HALFACRE,
J NO. C. GOGGANS,
Jury Commissioners for Newberry
County, S. C.
November 6th, 1916.
>0T1(E TO ROAD OVERSEERS
To All Road Overseers of Newberry j
The law requires the overseer to
put in six days work upon nis section
of road betwen the first day of January
and the first day o? December of i
each year. A penalty of not less tnan
$25.00 for neglect 01 duty. So please
take notice and put your full time in. '
You "have only three more weeks to
work roads. The law requires all per- ,
sons liable to road duty to furnish1
their own tools.
J. C. SAMPLE,
November 6, 1916.
A good pi
OLD RELIABLE ;
nq^??pro?? n pi
WANTED?Ten or 15 fresh milcn
cows. J. G. Lowe, Spartanburg, 6. C.
NOTICE?We will gin only Tuesday, i
Thursday and Friday pntil further!
notice. Jalapa Mercantile Co.
..UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE we will!
gin Thursday and Friday of each week.
Silverstreet Ginnery, K. S. Stillwell,
A N NOU CEMENTS.
Appreciating faithful service, we;
i herebv take pleasure of nominating |
I Mr. \V. A. McSwain for reelection as ;
| School Trustee from Ward Xo. 1.
The Citizens of Newberry.
Hon. Geo. S. Mower is hereby nom- j
inated as a candidate for School Trus-1
i tee for -Ward 3, subject to the rules
1 of the Democratic Party.
W. G. Mayes is "hereby nominated j
for school trustee for the graded school
from Ward 3 and will abide the rules
of the Democratic primary election.
Hon Otto Klettner is nominated for
the- office of Commissioner of Public
Works subject to the rules of the
Democratic primary by
C. E. Summer is announced as a
candidate for Commissioner of Public
Works for the town of Newberry and
will abide the rules of the Democratis
Many Friends. (
; and baby ways
t all too soon
cture, though will keep
mory of those days
nigh all the years
h and change.
Das your baby's
re last taken?
PLEASING others is
more than sentimentit's
almost an obliga4
tion, Your family and
friends want your
Tiun ur i
ias is not fa:
M. ?**".' " *:*?.' ? - -. t.tn_ >-?^G
DRUMS?All customers having ker- j
osine and gasoline drums will please I
return them to us promptly as possi-!
ble as we are neding them badly j
Summer Bros. Co.
ROOFINGS?Galvanized, rubber and
shingles. Doors and sash. Full stocks,
see us ior your ne2'.:s. bummer Bros.
1 l-4-2t. '
1 Miilac in
A. G. Wise
to Tennesee i
I and mares,
them before I
Those pictures <
Father and M<
Quaint in their
Are all the more
Because they i
The Father and
Of your child)1
Have you th
later day i
YOUR friends can
buy anything you can j
give them except your \|
r away, mal
U M C
lvi. m. JJ
M 945 :
run rtiLu* i?uuc o rwa 1g
at Helena; one two horse fa #5H
miles of Newberry. M. M. B -J
^ ' N ^"1111
WANTED?Every good houseki fl .
to call at our store during the
of November 9th to 15th and let
tory expert explain the Range afl
al. The Prosperity Hardwr ffl
Prosperity, S. C. *|g \
ii iim i?i urn i mi wwwmmmmmmmmwi
id Mares |
; has gone |
to buy mules |
Wait to see I t
vujriug* | .
z\r photo in the
Main St. ^
;rry, S. C.
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