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ffee Movements of roany People, liew?
iierriaus, and Those Who Visit
Dr. J. H. Harms returned Tuesday
J. M. Sease, M. D., of Little Mountain
was in Columbia yesterday.?The
Tiie Rev. Edwin Fulenwider of New
irerry speni vesieruay m \^oiuuiui<t.?
Miss Edna Porcher Simons of Newberry
has been a guest here during
the past we k.?Charleston Post.
Mr. D. A. Rivers of Newberry, Route
6, was in town last Friday on business.
Sheriff Cannon G. Blcas? of Newberry
wah in town for a short while
Mr. J. B. Hunter was in Columbia
this week 011 business with the su
Mr. EJugene Williamson of Donalds
spent the week-end in Newberry with
fcis brother, Mr. J. M. Williamson.
Mrs. R. D. -Boyd of Lexington, *Va..
<ame Wednesdav for a visit to her
mother, Mrs. Sallie . Brown-rMrs.
Roland Parks and Mies Agnes
Houseal have returned from a visit
to relatives in Columbia.
Mrs. William 'Johnson is in fCo
Tumbia visiting- her daughter, Mrs. R
B. Wallace, while Mr. Johnson is gathering
beans from his garden.
Rev. J. 'W. Carson will deliver an
Audrey-? on Sunday schools- Sunday
at the conference of the A. R. P.
synod in York.
Miss Nathalie R. -Cross is spending
thf? next two weeks with her uncle,
Mrs. Edward Cross, and family in
Newberry Charleston Post.
Mr. aiHi Mrs. s. j. wooieu ui uicuwood
soent Tuesday in Newberry,
where their friends are always pleased
to see them.
Mr. Ned Purcell of Newberry spent
a tew hours in the city Sunday with
relatives and friends.?Union Pro
Dr. C. D. Week9 h*s returned fron/^
a. business trip to hfe former home
place, Packsville. in Clarendon county.
Mr. Marion Eargle and sister. Miss
Ola. went to Pomaria to visit their
' ** ^11'? t7'?v? cntim^qv
8"QUI. Mrs. aSiiJlit? - njpu,., ocv' 'ii uo-j ?i
Sn^merville Cor. Lexington News.
M-*. C. J Pureell aivd Mrs. Jairus
XfrTntosh left Wednesday for a visit,
of ?overal days to relatives in Augus- !
ts, Ga. i
Rev. R. H. Burriss of Newberry is J
fcere visiting relatives. Mr. Burri^s is '
an Andersonian and has manv friends !
In this county.?Anderson Mail.
MVr. W. L. Moblev and little son
and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Yonoe mo- ;
iored to Granitpville Wednesday for!
a v?=it of several days.
Frof. E. B. Sptzfer accompanied the I
football squad to Augusta. Ga.. Wed*>esday.
where they will play the Uni-;
f ersity of Georgia.
Mrs. A. B. Craig of Charlotte, Mrs. !
S. F. Webb of Columbia. Mrs. slice j
<?ary and Mrs. Robert Smith of Kin- i
sirds are the guests of Mrs. George L..
Mr. I>. A. Black and family and Miss
IBssie'BlaCk of Prosperity spent Sun-,
day here with the family of their i
brother. Prof. W. E. Black.?Lexing- .
ton News. ^ i
Mr. Clarence Mcllwain has returned !
"from 'Newberry, where he spent the
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-wek-encl witn nis sister, jmi*. ,
ick?Hodges Cor. Greenwood Journal.
Mrs. J. H. Harms, Miss Kathryn
Harms, Messrs. Louis and Stokes
Houek and Vance Oxner motored to
Cameron and Orangeburg Wednesday,
to attend the Orangeburg county fair.
The many friends of Mr. F. A ,
Schumpert. the well known railroad
man lately of Qeorgia, are glad that
be is making his old city of Newberry
P.* F. Baxter and Son erected a fine
*' ???m-or tho era\e of
douDie iiiuuuucui. v. v?v, cj
Mrs. Jno.'W. Smith "at Fairview cemetery
last Saturday and one at the
;grave of Miss Lillian I^ominick at St.
PMllil>s last week.
Mr. N. T. Hogg and Mr. Robert T./
<5ee of Newberry were in Union last
week attending the county fair. Mr.
Cee is a eon of Mr. and Mrs. R. T.
Gee of this county and has many
friends here who were gla-d to see him
Mr. R. C. ^IcCarter left for Greer
Monday and returned Wednesday, after
attending the funeral of his grandfather,
Mr. Joe McCarter, and old Con
1 "VT<->T"l a V
federate veteran, wu-o uicu .uuuu?;
night and was buried Tuesday, at the
. age of 79 years and 10 months.
Mrs. George* Johnstone, Mrs. R. D. j
'Wright, Mrs. W. H. Carwile, Mrs. Robert
McC. Holmes and Miss Lucile
Wallace of Newberry and Miss Edna
Tellers of Prosperity are delegates to
the State tT. D. C. convention at Union
Mr. Munson L. Buford returned
Wednesday from Columbia, X. C.,
where he attended the wedding of Mr.
R. C. Williams. Jr., of Columbia, S. C.,;
and Miss Wilhelmina Yerbv on the
\fr n.r< Walter of Birmingham, spent
a short while yesterday with his wife
and children at the home of Mrs. Walter's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bow- 1
c&an. Mr. Walter was on his way to
Orangeburg to join a big hunting par i
Dr. M. A. Renwick, Mr. Geo. S.
Mower and Mr. Joseph H. Hunter at-,
tended the Second presbytery of the
A. R. P. church in Abbeville this week.!
Hev. J. W. Carson, wno aiso aueriu-ed"
the presbytery, went to York to
attend the synod there.
Mrs. Sena Vermamark, instead f?11
stopping in Columbia, came on through ;
to Newberry to accompany her step-,
grandmother. Mrs. Harriett Lane, to,
Jacksonville. Fla.. todav. Mrs. Vorirr-1
amark will be nleasantly remembered j
here as the attartcive and accomplish- j
ed daughter of the late Dr. Jerome,
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. j
Mrs. Mary Fant has returned from
A marriage will never cease to be
of interest in Newberry county.
It cannot De aenitd that there was
killing frost Thursday morning.
i\Ve will let you know about the fire
alarm later. J
They are putting in piping prepara-;
tory to shoodng the new well.
The creamery is cne next thing for j
Newberry. Push the creamery.
Fire prevention (as far as possible) J
and other matters will he pushed j
henceforth, by order of city council, j
Alice Brady will be in "The Gilded;
Cage" at the Opera House next Thurs-1
Rev. r.V'ilmot Holmes will conduct'
service at the Episcopal churcn nexi'
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Helen Holmes in ''The Lass of the
iLumlberlands" at the Arcade every,
Harry D. Carey in "The TTrree God-?
fathers' will be the Tuesday's Blue- j
Bird feature at the Arcade.
Dot, The Miner's Daughter, or One j
- -1 ~ TITiTifl urtll ho qrivon at Hun- !
UlCtSS Ul. TT1U& T? HI uu Q>.
ter-DeWalt, Friday night, Dec. 1st. j
Mr. Grover Huffman of the Lutheran |
Seminary of Columbia will preach at:
St. Pauls Lutheran church in No. 10.
next Sunday at 11 o'clock.
There will be an oyster supper Fri-;
day night at the home of Mr. Clar-'
ence Duncan for the benefit of the
Reagin school. The public is invited, j
Home talent will break lose again!
Friday night at the Opera House. You '
can't keep Newberry home talent;
Newberry celebrated the reelection'
of Wilson with a glorious program.?'
Greenville News. You're mighty right:
she did. !
The Brand new 7 day old Universal j
films are pleasing the Arcade patrons;:
projected by motor driven machines on I
a "mirroroide" screen they are bril- j
liarit yet restful on the eytt?.
' Cotton was selling in Newberry yes- J
terday at 20 cents the pound and seed
??t $1.00 the bushel and the end is not
Jjret. And the price of print paper
'fitill soars. j
Mr. J. J. Langford sold 325 bales
nf onttnr\ on (Wednesday at 19 3-4
cents round. The check was for $29,163.27.
A few bales of cotton call
1 for some money now. ,
I There /ill be no preaching in Cen- :
tral Methodist church next Sunday,
morning or evening, owing to the ob-;
sence of the pastor, Rev. F. T. Dibble,'
who is attending conference in Greenville.
The Newberry cotton mills, owins
to some trouble with the generator,'
is running day and night this week,
working part of the machinery in thg
day and part at night.
The Calendar society of Central
nhiireh will hold its annual bazaar on
the afternoon and evening of December
1st, the place to he announced
At the State Baptist convention In
Newberry Tiext month the Rev. E. V.
Babb and other members of the committee
on Devotional Services will report.
Outsiders would be astounded at
hnp-pness of the contest conduct
ed through The Herald and News.
It comes next to the great Democratic
celebration of last Friday night.
Mr. M. C. Hallman, who has been
connected with the Nobles barber
shop, is now running a shop of his
own over the store of J. M. Counts,
higher up Main street.
The box supper announced by the
Ladirs' Aid society of Trinity church
for the 17th has been changed to the
24th at the residence of Mr. J. R.
Hendrix. The public is invited.
Of supreme beauty and sublime interest
in five acts will be "The Flower
of No Man's Land," next Thurs""
' T4 nneo.
day, the zara, ai me v^cia nvuv,v,
when the exquisite little star, (Viola
Dana, is to be featured.
At the" Hotel Savoy the people wili
find Mr. George , Swittenberg clerking.
Proprietor Yonce made a good
move in his selection of ? clerk, as
the many friends of Mr. S Wittenberg
will cheerfully tescify.
? ? -v?_ ? >< ?? fho
/ Tne poem on cou s riajci, m
last issue of The Herald and News,
liad vthe credit dropped out, and so
also had a bachelor's article on wedding
presents. They were both clipped
from exchanges, now unknown, i
Did you ever hear Rev. Purcell
sing? The title of his song at The
Rig Calvin Crozier Benefit tonight
(Friday) is "Preacher if you want 'to
spread joy, pray for the light to go
Geo. B. Cromer, Esq., chairman of
tne coramutee on jaiiusienai
represented a report of suck great
and general interest that the Lutheran j
Church Visitor has secured it for
publication in a later iss%c.
There was ice Thursday morning,
witii the thermometer registering 21. j
The Civic league will meet with Mrs.;
C. A. Bowman Monday afternoon at
4 o'clock. A full attendance of mem-1
bers is urged, as the election for offi- '
cers will then he held.
Rrilliant address bv D. D. Wallace, i
?Headline in Greenville New^ on Dr. j
Duncan Wallace's address at the!
South Carolina .conference. When-'
ever The Herald and News reporterj
takes to a man you can't shake him:
In the Baptist Courier of the 16th j
instant the contributions of Connie j
Maxwell orphanage from December 1, j
1915, to November 1, 1916, contain j
the following items: Reedy River, i
$382.55. Gift of merchandise October.
1916: W. M. S., First Newberry, 1
outfit; W. M. S., Newberry, 4 shirts
r\f Vvoo rr? /"if fnrPl PT1
r i um i cv cipio ui v?
missions for October as published in
tbe Lutheran Visitor we And: Grace
church. Prosperity, support Mr. '"Wiasa.
$109.49: Church of the Redeemer, support
native helper, $28.91; for general
fund, $462.81; for chapel fund, $12.10;
J. Ira Haitiwander, treasurer,
support Miss Bowers, $150: same, $50
The circulation of The Herald' and
News has reached the high mark of
2,500 and is still soaring. We just
can't help it if people will flock to
it. We are not doing the talking, it
is the people; and the people rule.
Merchants want a paper that reaches
out, hence The Herald and News is
fho t>"> oH i 11 m
It is getting nearer home and will
happen here some day, as automobiles
are thick and growing thicker;
J. H. Milling, a wholesale grocer and
prominent citizen of Rock Hill, was
killed Tuesday evening two iwlle-.
south of that city. He was in his car
returning from his farm, when struck
by a Southern train
There is a big difference between a
creamery and a crematory, it is a
crematory they are building at the
power house, and it is a good tning.
for the purpose of burning all the
trash and other things like dead
horses, etc. And the creamery is a
good thing the people are taking hoiu
of. The two are being pushed in
Newberry. Don't get them mixed.
The boy preacher, WiTdey G. Peden.
will preach in front of the courthouse
Saturday afternoon of next week at
3 o'clock. There will be an illustrated
Bible show and lecture at Oakland
hall the same night and preach-1
ing at the mill church the n-cxt mom- :
ing. Fuller notice yill be given in!
our next iseue.
At the meeting of the Historical society
tonight Dr. D. D. Wallace, professor
of history and economics at
Wofford college, delivered a masterful
address oil the subject, "Historical
Background of Religion in South Car-|
olina."?Greenville Cor. News and
Courier reporting first day's meeting
of the Upper South Carolina MutTio-j
We rejoice that our old friend "Hub"j
Evans pf Newberry is to again be a
member of the house. There are lots
worse people prowling around than,
"Hub.?Gaffney Ledger. Yet it is to
be hoped that Hub has outgrown that
awful habit of greeting his friends
with a mifrhtv Rwat uion the back1
from his terrible left.?Columbia Record.
You would have to sit with Hub
at some vaudeville show to find out;
the full force of that terrible left.
Miss Akard and Miss Bowers .iavt1
removed from the Japanese language
school at Tokvo. where tbev spent on*,
and a half years, and after a similar
norirv/1 nf ncofnl <5orV"if>P in Sa?a ha VP
recently moved to Hakata, where t'fley
plreadv find more worK than they can
do visiting the homes of the people,
teaching in the kindergartens ana
Sn.->Hq-,r pohooiq. ^^ing, mothers'
meetings, teaching Bible cjasses, etc.
?From report in Lutheran Church
Visitor of convention Unif^c! synod.
The Baptist, Presbyterian and
Methodist congregations had good
sermons both morning and evening
on last Sabbath. The church around
the corner has it every saooatn.? s
Abbeville Medium. These congregations
in Newberry, including the Lutheran
and Associate Reformed Presbyterian.
hear good sermons every
S"ndav mornins and nieht. ;The same
with the Episcopal, except that the
sermons are not so often, t
the primary Tuesday for the
nomination of a commissioner of pub
lie works and three scnooi trustee::
the one candidate for each position
had no opposition. The vote wa3 as
follows: Ward 1?W. A. McSwain,
trustee, 22; C. E. Summer, commissioner,
23. Ward 2?W. G. Mayes,
trustee, 20; Summer, 20. Ward 3.
No. 1?Geo. S. Mower, trustee. 22;
Summer, 22. Ward 3. No. 2? Mower,
7; Summer. 7. Ward 4?Summer,
11. WTard i>?Summer. 21. The reguular
election will be held at tbe^council
chamber on the second Tuesday in
Simon Robertson, colored, seems to
like to spend his Christmas holidays
on thf "chaingang. Policemen Stone.
and Cousins rounded him in for
ting thp whiskey law and Recorder
Earhardt tried him Wednesday on
ti^-roo char0'05'. First, transporting the
whiskey. Second, having in his possession
whiskey ordered in another's
namp. Third, ciftsine. Tn the two
whiskey cases the prisoner got $100
or 60 days, in the cursine: case *10j
or 30. He is to serve the 90 days. |
This makes the third successive v^ar
that Simon has been to the ganer. and j
in. instance it was for 90 daySj
ar<* at this season of the year.
Policeman E. Hamu Cousins had a|
seat in an automobile which brought!
results last Tuesday morning. Thej
Summers parage had'for some time
been missins: chan^p from the monevj
drawer. Thev nut your Cousins on to
+hp jo>? of findinsr o?t all about it. J
Like the other public officers of the
fn-n-n pnd county Mr. Cousins has
good eyes, ears and nose. He west
to the earasre verv earlv that morn
inr ?nd a romfo stable seat. in
an automobile back in the dark and
Affpr awhile there
was something going on. A little
negro, about fourteen years ,olcL oalla^
Mi^k .Alien, cra^erl through a h^V
?r? <3 pf fhp of the buildin?
and nroc^eded to draw some more
chanee. to the amount of 90 rents
Cousins ror>pp^ him and the bov i^
now in jail. He had ?ot in t>iA hnhi<- ;
of enterine the garage and stealinej
Kma f a f mi a TVlO 1
OlMrtll JL'IMM I 1IUC I \/ Villi"* *i?v
amount of his thefts footed up to abou*
benefit of Calvin frosier Chanter.
Through the renprosity of Mr "Wells,
the Calvin Crozier chapter will eriarthe
proceeds from the Opera House
Friday night. November 17th.
With the usual good program of pictures
and an added attraction by the
Chapter, the house should be packed.
ml? ill i_ _ aa
mere win De univ une yei iui mantc?
SECOND CAR (CABBAGE?Just uAtrived.
Call and get what you want,
while the lot lasts. G. W. Kinard,
THE LATEST STEPS?Don't fail
to see th#? "winners of the hie: cake
that will be awarded Friday night.
Tuesday afternoon the "Bachelor i
Maids" -were the guests of Misses |
Fannie and Lucy McCaughrin at the'
home of Mrs. W. H. Hunt. This was |
ooth a business and social meeting, at1
the end of which, delightful refresh- J
aients were served. Besides the six- j
teen members present were Mrs. Ro-i
and Parks and Miss Agnes Houseal,'
of Cedartown, Ga.
IT.',- T1..1L TT ' J J
.rubs xvum narreu emeriamea
twelve of her little schoolmates and
friends at a birthday party last Sat-;
urday afternoon. The children had:
a merry time playing games for a
short time. Then, were invited to the
dining room where the tables were
beautiful with fall .roses and large
wnite chrysanthemums. A large and
delicious birthday cake was the centre,
ornament with twelve hand painted
paper roses holding.twelve pink can-:
rilpy T-hpyp wprp tliP \vr?rL- nf nnr
artier, Juimer Wells. The guests enjoyed
ice cream and carornei cake and
then the littie hostess cut the birtiiuay
cake. Miss Ruih revived many
luce ^resents, ana tnen invited the
girls to go to the picture show. Those
present were: iroxeiie wrigm, Mary
-?iary ^u^er, .-vuuie urainaru,
<aiauys suoer, i^lair Silgn, Bettifc
tiai-iiio, maroon weeKs, uianche saie,
.vinuitU item, Cone JtJlease, Milarea
retry, runner wens, benetta Bush
To motor venicie owners and drivers:
I .mat all the garages snail be closed
| on Sunday, but tua.t any car uriver
; iiu/bomiciy .neeuing oil or gas or re1
pairs can get a permit from me chief
oi ik>iice or bis representatives, which
| peirnit will auow any garage to rur1
ish articles needed, and in this way
J. iVV. CHAPMAN. |
Secretary of Council.
PLENTY OF CLOGGING ana the
best sermon you ever neard on chick-:
stealm', tailing to contribute ant.'
ouier suDjects. Lome out and help a
gcod cause. Admission the same as
usual and a good program o? pictures
LAND FOR SALE?Forty-five acres '
in uie at. L.uKes community about six
miles from (Prosperity. Price $700.00. j
n.r>r terms me line tenanf house '
one barn, one well. J. Chesley Dom? j
inick, Newberry, S. C.
FOR SALE?A tract e? land about'
two miles North of the town of New-!
berry, containing one hundred and'
sixty-four acres, more or less. Will:
seil as a whole or in suitable parcels.!
For further information see the un-'
^ nrci' om al
ll-14-tf H. C. Hollo way, Attorney.;
SALESMAN WANTED?To sell lubricating
oil, greases specialties and !
paint. Fart or whole time. Commis-;
sion basis until ability is established, j
Permanent position and wide field'
waen qualified if desired. Man with
rig preferred. Riverside Refining;
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. j
FOR SALE?That desirable lot at
corner of Johnstone and Glenn streets,!
fronting 200 feet on Johnstone and j
100 feet on Glenn, will be sold to;
the highest bidder on first Monday in!
Terms: One-half, cash, and one'
year s note at 8 per cent interest.
Miss Joe L. Jones,
B. L. Jones, et al.
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CABBAGE?Large, white sound
heads, We will have a car in few days
prices right, send us your order
as we are selling fast. Half the car
already sold. We sell the kind that(
makes good sour kraut.
Summer Bros. Co. j
. .UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE we will
gin Thursday and Friday of each week.
Silverstreet Ginnery, K. S. StillwellJ
FOR RENT?One 6 room dwelling}
at Helena; one two hora-e farm In two!
miles of Newberry. M. M. Buford.
ClA-BBAGE?We will have a car in
few days of the finest cabbage you j
ever saw. The greater part alieadyi
sold so please write or phone us how'
much to save for you.
Summer Bros. Co. I
'OR SALE?That six-room cottage,
and lot containing one-half acre on |
"College Hill" at corner of Lindsay!
and Chick streets, will be sold to the'
highest bidder on the first Monday in j
Terms: One-third, cash, and bal-!
ance in one and two years at S per j
cent interest. j
Miss Joe L. Jones,
B. L. Jones, et al.
DIXIE STAMP & STATIONERY
COMPANY, Columbia, S. C. Office
and banK supplies. Manufacturers
of rubber stamps, seals, etc., qitii- j
ity and service. Prompt attention |
tn mail orders.
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FOR SALE?Two hundred bushels
of seed wheat at two dollars per bushel.
Farmers Oil. Mill.
NEW CROP. New Orleans and Muscavado
molasses at Johnson MeCrackin
Death of a Little Child.
-Prosperity, Nov. 16.?Muriel Schumpert
Wheeler, the two-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wheeler died
Tuesday morning after a ten days
illness. The little fellow was the pet
of the neighborhood and his death
saddened the hearts of many. The
funeral services took place at the
Prosperity cemetery Wednesday morning,
the services being conducted by
Pastor healy of Grace church. The
lovely fioral offerings showed the d<-ep
sympathy expressed for Mr. and Mrs.
Wheeler in their sorrow.
Prosperity throws wide open her
doors and welcomes all to her city to
view the wonderful exhibits at her
community fair. We can only say
with the Queen of Sheba, "The half
has not been told."
Death of Mr. James Porter.
Mr. Jas. J. Porter died of paralysis.
at the home of his son-in-law,
Mr. Claude Jackson, in the Mollohon
mill village, on Monday afternoon
and was buried in Rosemont Tuesday,
serviceby the Rev. Baxley. Mr. Porter
was 71 years old and leaves two
sons and two daughters, oil of mollo
ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY to have
your Eyes examined and glasses fitted
by an expert Eyesight Specialist, Dr,
I. E. Crimm will be in his Newberry office
from MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2<
to TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5th,_posi
tively no longer.
..Oftice over \tr. Burton's real estate
offick. opposite Herald and News
CARE1TL EYE EXAXINATIOX A>B
EXPERT ADVICE WITHOUT
Are Your Eyes Troubling Ton?
Are your children ready for school'
Are you sure their eyes are all right?
Children may have serious eye defects
that you have never suspected anc
which will greatly handicap them ir
their studies. Bring them in and
we will make a careful examination
and if glasses are needed we will
make them at a very moderate charge.
lAll glasses at the most reasonable
prices. Cross Eyes straightened witfi
Dr. Crirom's glasses. without cutting.
T. M. ROGERS
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician.
All Work Guaranteed.
Corner Caltineit and Friend Streets.
Eyes fitted and sold on Installment
Xevruerry, & C.
| Dr. F. C. Martin j
fExaminesEyes, Fits G1 asses f
1 and Artificial Eyes. I
flf your eyes are giving you|
^trouble d>n't fail lo consult him|
I Satisfaction Guaranteed. %
$ Office ove. Anderson's Dryi
|Goods Store. I
'I' a !"$>
To all Auto Own
town council of I
have to keep our
Sunday. Vie wi
tomers to be su
gas and supplies
I AT THE p I
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17.
2-Reei Imp Drama featuring
' IS LOYE WVIH A FIKEMAy
1-Reel Joker Comedy Featuring
Gale Henry. ||| .
'THE >EVTLYWED'S tflXUF* fl
1-Reel Nestor Comedy Featuring?
Eddie Lyons and Lee Moran. V
I ? J ' .
SATURDAY, SOVEjlBEB 18. A
"THE QUITTER" W
2-Reel 101 Bison Western Featuring^H
vvn O ATI O n A AwIaO Por]Au W
iiwciia finovu auu t jLiai ico ivuvjf >>u
*THE IRON CLAW" (Episode 19) J
; ^ 2-Reel Paths Serial Featuring A
Pearl White. M
, ? 1
OLD DUKE1L DO/' 1
^ I 1-Reel Victor Comedy. '
;? MONDAY, 50YEMBEB 2-}. <||$
*S?ONOR THY COUNTRY V
3-Reel Universal Special Feature. 1
! With Franklin Farnum and Vola Smitk
1 "LITTLE BILLY'S SCHOOL DAYS"
l ueei .L.-1SJJ uomeay.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21.
j BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAYS PRESENT*
Harry D. Carley In
"THE THREE GODFATHERS"
In 5 Parts.
When the rains come ho# would it
I do to use the split log drag. It would
i greatly benefit many of the roads and
? help very materially to keep fcheni
l ptuV1 all winter We have had a beau
' tiful fall but the rains will come later
on and the use of the drag will help J
? make good roads. * J
Meeting of County Teachers.
i; The second regular meeting of the
i county teachers association will be
I i held at 11 o'clock in the high school
, j auditorium tomorrow, (Saturday)
II Nov. 18. Every teacher in the count*
i ia tn he nresent a.t this medB
> ing. Plans for the work of the yesfl
11 will be announced.
FOR SALE. ^
780 acres of land, more or less, ! - 1
i cated in Newberry County on Enoree 1
| River about 14 miles North-ea3t of
| the town of Newberry. Offers will be M
I received up to noon November 25th, M
j 1916. The Commission reserves the .A
| right to reject any or all bide. Terms
i of sale one-fourth cash, an<l the bal
! ance in three equal annual install- fl
ments, with interest at 7 per cent, W
payable annually. Possession give* fl|
December 1st, 1916. ^
M. J. MILLER,
Clerk, Sinking Fund Commission. H|
Columbia, S. C. 9H
j ONION SETS I
RED, YELLOW & WHITE |
j Better get yours now, they 1
; | are very scarce this year. I
i j .
BLUE, 01 Ul>L
To soak your grain
, P. E. WAY, ]
Newberry, South Carolina M
i tm a '\J
e passed by the Jl
dewberry, we Will I I
garage closed on I
11 ask all our cus- I
re and get their J a
on Saturday. 1
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nuiu uu. i