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PLHELY PEKSOSAL <
ffce Hovem0nt8 of a?ny People, flew- J
berriaus, and Those Who Visit
Newberry.
Dr. J. H. Harms is in Senoia, Ga.
Mrs. James Smith is visiting Aire.
Clarence Smith at Kinards. I
Miss Ruth Blake, of Greenwood is
ihe guest ot Mrs. I. H. Hunt.
Mr. Charlie Boling of Columbia was
jr. Newberry the first of the week.
Mrs. Robert Holmes left Wednesday
for Carlisle, where she will spend
several days.
Mrs. J. N. Martin returned Mondaj.
rOm the Columbia hospital, where she
fr.as been for several weeks.
Mr. Barney Jones was in Rock Hill
?or a visit to his sister, Miss Pawnee
?ones.?Winthrop News.
Mrs. Alan Johnstone, Jr.. has returned
home after a visit to relatives
in Augusta?Columbia Record.
Miss Eloise Brown has returned to
-Cross Hill after a pleasant visit to
Mrs. H. L. Parr.
Mrs. ivy A. Cromer is spending the
week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
"W. P. Lominick, in No. 2 township.
Air. 1'. Jl. tjrieun ui vuiuiuuia, vu
his way to -Clinton, stopped over here
"Wednesday night with Mr. iWl S. Mann.
Messrs. Robert Poole, Elbert Dick-:
^ ert and Herman Boozer are attending 1
the State (college) Press association
-in Greenville. |
Mrs. Guy Eskridge of New York and
Mr. Webb Eskridge of Shelby, X. C.,.
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. j
Eskridge.
Mr. Bachipan Aull of Dyson spent j
from Wednesday night until Thurs-j
day afternoon in Newberry with his
brother, Col. E. H. Aull.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Wright. Misses
Pauline Gilder and Eva Goggans motored
to Union Thursday to attend the
1 -U. D. C. convention in that city.
Dr. James P. Kinard of lAnderson is
a vistor in the city today.?Columbia
Record. Now of Newberry, we are
pleased to remind you.
Messrs. W. T. Sims and J. B. Paysinger
motored to dewberry, the home
of the latter, to spend Sunday, re -'
* turning Sunday night?York News.
Dr. J. E. Stokes motored to Tasleyj
Sunday with Rev. E. V. Babb anaj
Misses Bess and Margaret Burton, to j
attend the funeral of Mr. James E. I
JBa good. >-'
Mr. Oscar Godfrey of Spart?flb?rg j
.is in XewDerry in micim mi
sales of horses, mares and mules for!
the Georgetown, Kentucky, Auction
.company, which he represents.
Mrs. F.[ B. McCrackin left Saturday
for Aewoeiry, from which place she I
\ -went on the 21st to Union to attend j
the State U. D. . meeting, as a dele-1
gate from the F. JM. Bamberg chap-:
*ter of this place.?Bamberg Herald. I
. . Mr. Henry M. Hoof has come from j
- v _,i ho hppn assist- I
joarxiwen. wucic uu?
'ing ia the running of a contest simi?i
lar to that of The Herald and News. I
He will now render valuable help in j
zthe contest which is immensely pop-;
oilar in Newberry. !
A. D. Hudson, of the United States
v'deparrtxient of agriculture, was among
ithe visitors in Columbia yesterday.
'He is a former resident of Newberry.!
?The State. Mr. Hudson came on to
\ Newberry, where his friends ar glad
j*g see him.
:3iiss Louise Counts is ^topping ov-j
'?r in Newberry for a few days with \
'her aunt, Mrs. W. H. Eddy. She is j
on her way. from Clinton to accept
a position in Columbia, after giving j
rup her position with Jacobs and com- j
pa iy to the regnt of her manyj
- I
IMr. J. M. Wilson of the Union Acad-!
^ ^my section is another citiz?n com-1
ring from the country to clerk in the j
city. He is to be found lending aj
helping hand in Boozer Brothers' big j
"business. Mr. Wilson, being a chipoff
the old block, furnished Union i
Academy dots for The Herald ""and,
.News until Boozer Brothers got hoicil
.of him.
AJr. and Mrs. J. R. Anderson are1
entertaining a pleasant house party j
k this and next week at their pretty i
mew home near Newberry,, the occa-1
-^sion being a house warming. Among i
-those who are enjoying the charmingj
- hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson j
are Miss Julie Benson and Miss ivioieii
Jervey, of this city; Mr. Joseph tWii-l
son, Mr. Arthur Lloyd and Mr. Henry
Lewis will go up for Thanksgiving day
next week.?Charleston Post. ,
Dr. Gustavus Werber of (Washing- j
-ton, D. C., is in Newberry'on business |
- connected with the Werber estate.'
His friends are pleased to have him,
with them again after quite an ab- j
rsen.ce from his home city. It is also1
- jl source of pleasure to them that he j
iis looking so well. Dr. Werber has
x - rmade a name and reputation for him
-self in Washington and other parts of
this great country, through his learned
.and valuable contributions to med- |
ical and scientific journals. j
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT, j
Tttr? is cream in creamery, but1
.there is no cream in crematory.
For running over fire hose Wednes- \
? day night Mr. J. B. Smith was fined I
$2. which he paid. . !
Ella Hall and Herbert Rawlinson
rrji .the Arcade Tuesday in a Bluebird
I photoplay, "Little Eve Edgarton.'
v Gifuids from the snow storm in Texcas
Tcesday night passed over New_
U>erry Wednesday morning. j
Don't overlook the half-page ad of j
^oWivoi] and Haltiwanger ia today's |
:paper. |
"Little Eve Edgarton" at the Arcade (
Tuesday was written by Eleanor H. 1
Abbott the author of "Molly Make Believe.*'
\ Harry D. Carey, star of "The Three
^Godfathers" will appear today (Fri- i
'day) at the Arcade in "Guilty',' a 2 i
reel Imp feature. " i
Last chapter of "The Iron Claw" <j
..at the Arcade Saturday. See the Unmasking
of "Laughing Mask." anc? |
the marriage of Margery and Davy, j
Newberry must, and of course will,.
do her best in preparing for a mag-.
nificeut entertainment to the Baptist
State convention now approaching.
That was a false alarm of fire sounded
by the bell Thursday morn- j
ing at the breakfast hour?for some j
people.
It has not been settled about the new '
fire alarm, but it is about certain that'
the new well on the jail lot will be j
accepted.
I A crowd is looked for tojiear the
boy preacher on the square Saturday
af>?rnoon at 3 o'clock. Further ani
nouncements will then be given.
Rev. R. D. Bird will fill Rev. J. W.
; Carson's pulpits next Sabbath, Thomp:
son at eleven o'clock and Unity at
3 o'clock. I
i Watch the screen at the Opera
House since Manager AVells has returned
from Atlanta and you will see
i some of the finest motion pictures
t-ver produced.- j
When tlie bis: Newberry crowd min- j
! gles with the thousand from Clinton
on the college athletic field Thanks- j
i giving day there will be some people
; gathered together,
I Those who do not know or have for!
gotten are hereby reminded of the
fact that one week from yesterday
will be Thanksgiving day. and some
turkeys are bringing 16 1-2 cents.
It won't be long any more. Today
week ushers in the month that brings
Christmas. "They say" old Santa j
Claus travels in an air ship now, to
keep up with the times.
Thp auction sale of horses, mares;
and mules, to take place at Chappells \
on next Wednesday, will begin prompt- j
ly at 11 o'clock, by the Georgetown, j
Kentucky, lAiuction company.
The Newberry County colored fair
began yesterday and will continue
through Saturday. It is being held
at their place near the Sunnysida1
Dairy farm.
There will be a box supper at the
Jalapa schoolhouse on Thursday evening,
Thanksgiving day, at whichI
there will be no admission charge:
and to which the public is invited, j
The Rev. F. E. Dibble having re-1
turned to his pastorate and people
there will be regular services at the
Central Methodist church on next1
Sunday, morning and evenings at the :
iionai hours J
Those wishing to contribute to- [
wards the paying of the $500 deficit'
of the National Democratic committee
i .
"Little Eve
Featuring ELLA HALL and
From the famous book by tl
Belie'
"If it's a Blue Bird, i
\
Tuesday Ncn
Arcade
M | flu
?JP5^
It is a pleasure to choose
gifts when you have ample
time to devote tot lie selection
of each one.
You choose so much more
appropriate gifts and at more
nearly the price you wish to
pay.ft
ic a rnmfort to know thar
when you bt gin to tire of
shopping von may stop and
finish another day.
P. C JEANS i
* Jewe
*
will hand their contributions to I>r.'
George B. Cromer, chairman of the
auxiliary committee in this city.
STATEMENT
Of the Condition of The >ewoerry
Savings Hank, located at Newberry,,
S. C\ at the close of business >ov.
17, 1916'.
j Resources.
I - j
Loans and discounts $176,209.53
; Overdrafts 5,914.<">!
Bonds and stocks owned by
the bank 971.89 i
Furniture and fixtures 3,529.00:
i Other real estate owned... 20,327.46'
i Due from banks and bankers.18,358.86;
' ? A irz nn '
! currency . *
, Gold .* 260.00,
j Silver and other minor coin 1,815.17 j
[Checks and cash items 2,511.21 j
j 1
Total $,234,073.03!
Liabilities.
I Capital stock paid in $ 50,000.00'
Surplus fund 12.500.oo
Undivided profits, less cur1
rent expenses and taxes
paid 6,504.24!
Dividends unpaid c 49.00
Individual deposits subject
to check 66,759.42
Savings deposits .95,140.14
Casihiers' checks.. ,120.14.162,019.69
Bills payable, including certificates
for money borrowed
3,000.00
Total $234,073.03
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Newberry.
Before me came E. A. Griffin, cashier
of the above named bank, who, being
dulv sworn says that the above and
- - , (
foregoing statement is a true condi-(
tion of said bank, as shown by the;
books of said bank.
E. A. GRIFFIN, j
Sworn to before me this 23rd day of
Nov., 1916. j
(L. S.) B: A. .DQM1NICK, !
Notary Public for S. C.
Correct?Attest:
james Mcintosh,
C. E. SUMMER,
R. McC. HOLMES,
Directors.
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m
r0-PLAYS M
Er S B N T J/m
Edgarton"
[ HERBERT RAWLINSON
lie author of "Molly Make
ve.
t's got to be good"
rember 28th
TliMtrp
k silverware
irbns i l v e r
'^yand gold i
gf&s ornaments
i p in p i a w if
Hn < b n b b n ' b
1*1 CLOCKS
(111 FITTINGS
f|| ELGIN
ftp J? WATCHES
As for us, we can now give
you the kind of service we
;.ke to give, the stocks are
complete, [our sales-people
nnvirtnc fr? atirl niir
die au.viuuj iv vjvj. > v) .
engravers at their best.
Everything seems to favor
i
Christmas shopping now. j
& COMPANY
lei*;
I I AT THE p !
Arcadl.
1 I
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24.
''Gl'lLTY." j
L'-Reel Imp Drama Featuring
ilurry Carey and Edith Johnson.
'THEIR FIRST ARREST''
1-Reel Joker Comedy Featuring
Gale Henry.
J
"MOTOR MAT AND HIS FLY*
1-Reel Powers Cartoon Comedy.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25.
"THE SON OF A REBEL CHIEF"
2-Keel 101 Bison Civil War Drama
Featuring William V. 3Ion?.
"THE IROX CLAW (Final Chapter)
2-Reel Pathe Drama Featuring
Pearl White.
"HER CHANCE"
1-Reel Victor t'omeay-urama. ;
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27.
fcTHE WOMAN HE FEARED"
3-ReeI Gold Seal Drama Featuring
Tola Smith.
"LOVE SPASMS"
1-Reel Victor Comedy.
tr VATr'trTlT^n AO
' ILfiSUAl, .lUILJlDtiV SO.
BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAYS PRESENT
Ella Hall and Herbert Rawlson in
KITTLE EVE EDGARTON*
In Five Parts.
? SOCIETY. <?>
(Written for last issue.)
Miss Mary Frances Poole was the
charming hostess Saturday afternoon
at a party given in compliment to her
sister, Mrs. Henry De Vega, of Chester.
Rook was the chosen game and
the tables were arranged in the parlor
and living-room wiiich were prettily
decorated with potted plants and
n * ? 4-U y\ rro TY"? A n O
autumn nowers. Atier me e<xmco ?
delightful ice course, followed by coffee
and clieese straws was served.
FOR SALE.
Six hundred acres good land 2 1-2
miles from Chappells on Southern
roalroad, with side track, 175 acres
bottom land from which 365 large 1
loads of Bermuda were cut this year, ,
and rented tor 17 oaies 01 cotton, win
sell for $15.00 per acre on easy
terms. Address.
A. M. MITH,
P. 0. Box 283. :
Greenwood, S. C.'
The Excha
Ne\*
At the Close
Call <
RESOURCES:
Loans and Discount
Overdrafts
Bonds and Stocks
Furniture and Fixtures
Real "Estate Owned
Cash and Due from Banks
The attention <
future customers
(litr Aenosits are
tending our facil
dent and conserv
take care of addi
fi/v/n/vA/p rut
V/U1 l/MiMMV&v w? *
THE PROOF OF G
H. L. PARR, IV
President
W. G. HOUSEAL,
Vice-President
SPECIAL NOTltZS
FOR RENT?Three hundred acres
good farming land in Township No. 8.
Gustavus Werber, Newberry Hotel.
Newberry, S. C.
ll-24-4t.
CARPENTERS WANTED?Several
gocd carpenters for Mill and Cottage
wk. Apply Gallivan Bldg. Co..
Gianby Mill. Columbia, S. C'.
ll-24-2t.
TWENTY-THREE.
NOTICE?After this week we will
_ i_. rPl? ~ J n-i J
gin oiiiy on niuisuajs ana rnuajs.
Jalapa Mercantile Co
11-24-11.
FOR SALE?Seed Wheat. The Parcell
Co.
ll-24-3t.
i H , i 1,1
CABBAGE?A tew more left, phone
or write us your needs and let U3
*v,;^
save mcui ivjj ^uu tia mis ia piuuaui>
the last car we will have.
Summer Bros. Co.
ll-21-2t.
LAND FOR SALE?Forty-five acres
ill tile tit. Lukes community about six
miles from Prosperity. Price $700.00.
For terms see me. One tenant house,
one barn, one well. J. Chesley Dominick,
Newberry, S. C.
ll-17-4tltawp
NEW CROP MOLASSES?The best
to be had we have them.
Summer Bros. Co.
1
i
FOR SALE?A tract of land about'
two miles North of the town of Newbeirry,
containing one hundred and
sixty-four acres, more or less. Will
sell as a whole or in suitable parcels.
For further information see the undersignel.
11-14-tf H. C. Hollo way, Attorney.
FOR SALE?That desirable lot at
corner of Johnstone and Glenn streets,
? unn ~^ nn/1
ironuug iect uu uuimawuc auu
100 feet on Gl^pn, will be sold to
the highest bidder on first Monday in
December.
Terms: One-half, cash, and one
year's note at 8 per cent interest.
Miss Joe L. Jones,
B. L. Jones, et al.
11-17-24-28-1
NAILS AND BARB WIRE?Large
stock just received let us supply you,
good goods and prompt service.
BARB WIRE?Let us supply you.
fiiimmpr Hrn? Cn
11-21-2L
FOR SALE?Two hundred bushels
of seed wheat at two dollars per bushel.
Farmers Oil Mill.
10-17-tf.
NSW) CROP. New Orleans and Muscavado
molasses at Johnson McCrackf
? /N _
in uo.
STATEMENT
OF THE CONDITION OF -
nge Bank of
rberry, South Carol
i of Business November
>f the State Bank Exami
[
..$286,803.00 'Capital Stock..
3,210.28 Surplus Fund ai
800.00 Profitsi.
I
4,000.00 Dividends Unpa
....5,500.00 Re-Discounted..
... 100.c02.68 Deposits
$400,315.96
of our Stockholders
are called to the a
increasing daily a
ities in every direct
?. TIT
atwe lines, we a
Itional business and
:count.
OOD SERVICE IS SI
1. L. SPEARMAN,
Cashier
D rDAMCD
VjLU. U? VlWiTii-n,
Attorney
i
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Opera
program^MMB
t'Oin IV VAV 9i.
i it A i/:i i 9 .iv ? mi
! TWIN FATES?Three act Essanzj 1
, drama, featuring Marguerite Claytoa ^
and Sidney Ainsworth- j
! . THE DEATH SWING? Kalem "Haz- d
! ards of Helen" series, featuring Hel- jfl
! en Gibson.
SATURDAY, HOT. 18: 1
THE AVENGING SHOT ?two-act
j Biograph.
Selig Tribune No. 79.
i . _
ONE STEP TOO FAR?Kalem comedy,
featuring Ham and Bud.
International Cartoon Come^.
THE GIRL FR03I 'FRISCO?two,
act Kalcm.
?
We have never "heard of just such
an accident as that which was suffered
by C. F. Adams of Prosperity whir
i was firing a locomotive near Ashej
ville. The engine jumped the track V
as he was throwing in ."a shovel of
i coal, and the unlucky fireman was
j catapulted head first into the fire
box. He was dangerously burned.-^^Bjj
Columbia Record.
j Dr. F. C.
|ExaminesEyes, Fits Glasses |
| and Artificial Eyes. t
jglf your eyes are giving you?
^'trouble don't fail to consult him J
I Satisfaction Guaranteed. * %
J> Office ovti Anderson's Dryjf
?Goods Store.
i
. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE we will M
gin Thursday and Friday of each week. fl
Silverstreet Ginnery, K. S. Stillwell, V
Mgr. M
11-3-tf.
FOR SALE?Tnat six-room cottage
!?* ^nntainino' one-half acre on j
a"U ?vv v. .. 0
"College Hill" at corner of Lindsay j
and Chick streets, will be sold to the f
highest bidder on the first Monday in
December. NTerms:
One-third, cash, and bal-^^H
ance in one and two years at 8
cent interest.
Miss Joe L. Jones,
B. L. Jones, et al. ijg
11-17-24-28-1 %
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Newberry 1
ina 1
17th, 1916. 1
infir. |
IABILITIES: ,
$50,000.00
rid Undivided | fi
20,905.74
id 3*5-5?
...7,500.00
-- J
$400,315.96
, Depositors and
bove statement. 1
fDtf flYa PY.
IIU ?VV % ? V wr. I _
ion along pru- *
ire prepared to ''v-_
f a;i7/ appreciate .
rEADY GROWTH M
W. B. WALLACE. V
A ? O.A!
/\ssc. v^ssmer a
W. T. BROWN, I
Book Keeper
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