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The Movements of ip.any People, \ew?
berrians, and Those Who Visit
Mrs. T. H. Chandler and little son,1
Tom, of Beth Eden section ore visit-1
mg her parents in Lee county.
Miss Grace Sease lias been award- i
ed the Winthrop scholarship from i
Mrs. Louise Zobel and Miss Lina \
Melton have returned from their visit'
to relatives in Charleston.
Mrs. lAillen Lipford is at home from 1
a visit to relatives in Newberry.?;
Waterloo Cor Greenville News.
Miss Mayes cf Newberry is at pres-;
ent the gue^t of Mios Adelle Pitts.?,
Mr T W nf "V C*. I
spent Sa'uicay in Newberry with his1
daughter, Mrs. T. P. Johnson.
Miss Eunice Koon of Columbia
spent Sunday in the city, the guest
of her aunt, Mrs. Murry Monts.
Mrs. R. C. Boyleston is principal of'
the Johnstone school, with Miss'
Nannie Mae Wheeler as assistant.
l\15ss Abbie Gaillard of Newberry is'
visiting Miss Pauline Hunter.?
Pendleton Cor The State.
Mrs. Wm. Padgett is at home again
after a visit of several weeks to rela-1
tives in Newberry.?The State.
Miss Carolyn Cromer will return
hA-r hfimp in Wwhprrv aftpr ^
a short visit to her cousin, Mrs. Peter \
Mrs. Alan Johnstone, Jr., after visit-;
ing in Spartanburg, is now with her1
\Tto CimmArc in VftV/'hofrir I
JJLLVbUgi ^ AUI O . J y AU MVA A J .
Miss Haskell Wright of Laurens
county has come to the city to attend
Newberry college, and is staying with
'Mr. and Mrs. Haskell iW'right.
Miss Charley L. Rhoden and Mr.
Jno. W-'Snelgrove, both of WhitmireJ
were-imarried by the Rer. T. H. Roach
Sunday before last at Whitmire.
I\llr. Ted Folk of Greensboro, N. C.J
was one of the first of the advance 1
iguard of Newberry college students to
get in; having arrived Friday. j
, (Mrs. Janie McWhirter of IUnion '
spent Friday and Saturday morning'1
with Miss Edith Henderson in the 5
VMIrs. Ed. Clark of Columbia is
Yisiting her sister, Mrs. R. H. Ander-' 1
son. From here she will go to Green- i
^ wood to visit other relatives. ' (
Miss Leola Bedenbaugh and sister,! 1
Mrs. Hope -and little daughter of Kib- '
ler's Bride, were in the city Satur- ?
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Raw! and little
daughter, lane, of Columbia were the J
guests of the latter's brother, Mr.!1
Murry Monts and family last Sunday, j
LYiiss Lulee Culbertson's friends are
gliad to have her at home again .
after a visit to relatives in Newberry.',
?-Waterloo Cor Greenville Xeics.
Mr. Julien Hedgpath of Blackstock
is the first of the Lindsay hill ,
boys to have arrive*) for Newberry
college. He came in Friday afternoon.
Mrs. George D. Long and little -
William from Live Oak, Fla., are vis- \
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. i
Miss Lou.se SAith goes to Colum-!.
foia twice a week attending Prof.'<
Paul DsLr.uney's conservator}' of i
i ??r. and Mrs. R. S. Davis of Columbia,
after visiting relatives in ? vs
berry last week, left for Thomasv*. -?
Mr. D. Bedenbaugh has been award-;
ed the Clemson one year agricultural' <
scholarship from Newberry county.'
while Mr. Henry Hentz gets it from
the state at large. j'
Dr. L. A. Riser, assistant state 1
health officer, has gone to Chapin,!
Lexington county, to inspect a sus- 1
^pecieu case OI lmsmtue yai-<a.i.v axs.?
Rev. F. E. Dibble and Mr. J. F. Ep- I
ting attended the Epworth League j1
conference of Cokesburv district at!1
Salem church, near Ninety Six, last j;
Misses Geneva Thornton and Ger- (
trade Boland will teach in the Olympia
school, which opened yesterday in (
Columbia, with Prof fW. A. Shealy as',
Miss Sadie Fant of Newberry is a
student at the Greenville "Woman's ,
college, where she is taking a course ]
in kindergarten work.?Greenville .'
Piedmont. | *
Mrs. L. C. Moise, who has been'
spending the two past months with
her father, Dr. Geo. B. Cromer, of <
N>w berry, has returned home.?
Sumter Cor The St ite.
?.r. Will Bufcrd returned Sunday
night from the Columbia hospital with j
thr> nl pa sin 5? information that his !
father, Capt. M. M. Buford, is improv-!
in-? 'all right.
i. iss Dale Boyce of Whitmire pass-:
eri through Monday on her way to
Manning. where she has accepted a
school for the following session.?
r1! Ar\ Ho 7atta
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cofield of Whitmire
stopped over Wednesday afternoon
for a few hours on their return
from a visit to their daughter in
Miss Louise Taylor of Newberry
was welcomed as a new member of
the class.?Ninety Six Cor The State,
noting social meeting of Sunday
Mr. F. 0. Black, county superintendent
of education-elcct of Saluda?
accompanied toy his family, arrived in
liis car last Friday on a visit to Mrs. |
Black's parents. Postmaster and Mrs.
IW. A. Hill.
The Rev. J. L. 'Cromer of Chapin
and Dr. George B. Cromer of New-1
berry, attended a meeting of the
Lutheran board of publication, -which
was held at the publif tion building!
Mrs. Herman Wright, Mrs. L. K. J
Eskridge, Misses Sarah Houseal and
Pauline Gilder of Newberry spent
yesterday in Columbia on a shopping
visit, traveling by automobile.?The
State. Mr. Gus Houseal drove the
Miss Annie Mae Bedenbaugh, on her
return to her home in Pomaria, from
a stiy of several weeks with friends
in Charleston and Augusta, stopped
for a few days with her sister, Mrs.
Clarence Richards, in Shandon.?
Mrs. Peter Griffin complimented her
cousin. Miss Carolyn Cromer, of New
berry, who is her guest on Park street,
with a charming bridge party Friday
morning, asembling for the first time
this fall the congenial members of
the Gluck Auf club.?The State.
"Hub'' Evans, who used to be in'
the house before he was elected to
the state dispensary board, has been
elected a representative from 'Newberry
county. Undoubtedly lie will
+v, r\ iAtn1vf*r nf rCk Aroon i
Auu iu vjl w vuj ww
Congressman-elect Dominick is a:
nan of unquestioned ability and as i
issistant attorney-general did . some
>f the best work in the supreme court;
;hat has been done b:4 the attorney-'
general's office in a long time. He is ;
i man of great affability and agree-:
I'ble manner.?Greenville News.
Messrs. iWl. Pope Davis, C. M. Brad.v^
D. G. Philbeck and H. D. Johnson, of(
Spartanburg, representing the Caro-,
lina Life Insurance company, passed
through Newberry by automobile
ruesday on their way to Columbia 10
attend the annual banquet of the
Mr. H. S. Cannon^ a linotype opena
tor in the office of The State, was in
the city yesterday. He took advantage!
of the opportunity to run up and see
his friends here, while calling on his j
wire wno is visiting in rrosperuy.
Sam once worked in Newberry and
still feels at home in this city.
Mr . John Derrick has gone to
Springfield, Ga., to take charge of his
school. Mr. Derrick, after completing
his course at iNewberry college in
1Q15, taugh Newberg school success 'lv.
We are 4?lad to see our boys
pr >moted in the educational. world,
i. we are satisfied they will make
.ood.?Chapin Cor Lexington News.
IMt. C. B. iSpinks attended the banque1
of the Carolina Life Insurance company
in Columbia Friday night.
Among the more than a hundred of J
these agents present was also another
well known insurance man in
the person of Mr. E. Roy Stone, who
discussed "Boosting the Business,''
one of the topics for discussion.
They know iiow to boost business.
" " TTT?i "V _ _? i-T ?* |
Mr. fTanK \j. wrigut, ui uie chjulu- i
ern Express company, who has been j
on the route from Charlotte to Phil-j
adelphia. is transferred to the run
between Charlotte and Ney York, with
increased pay. This is a well deserved
promotion of a fine fellow, and
shows what follows a strict attention
to business with an eye to an employer's
interest. It pays.
Colonei v C. Ashlin, .traveling
salesman for rhe large paint firm o!
Hirshiberg, Hollander and company,
Baltimore, -was in the city cturday. I
The celebrated Stag paint is a special- j
:y of this well known fl,rm, and
Colonel Ashlin holds his title by rea>on
of the fact that he is a good j
^apfcnin of Industry in the ranks of.1
Jeneral Prosperity. j J
Opera House [
A ? ff A ? T-?
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19.
''WILL A WO MAX TELLT
I /Vim Comedy .
Harrv C. 31 vers and Rosemary Th/?el)y?!
i WORLD CORPORATION Presents
?A WOMAN'S WAY"
In Five Acts.
; Ethel Clayton and Carlyle Blackwell.j
' 'WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20.
H.l BROTHER'S LOYALTY"
I 2 Act Essanay Drama. j
Francis X. Bushman.
j PLOIP AND BUST.
?A CHEAP VACATION"
| Vitagraph Comedy.
! Lena Brown and Frank Wunaewee. i
| THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21.
| "LOCAL COLOR 0\ A-l RANCH"
METRO PICTURE COR Presents
Ethel Barrymore and Cooper Cliffe.
| IN THE KISS OF HATE.
Mary Pickford appearing at the )
(Arcade Wednesday, September 20, in !
"Little Pal'* a Paramount Picture in
In bulk, for fall planting j
P. E. WAY, Diuggist
Newberry, S. C.
FOR (SALE?Home raised, recleaned'
Oats and fVetcli. Purcell Company.
FOR SALE?Hogs and pigs. Apply
W. L. Bushardt, Newberry, Phone
WANTED?IAi limited number of Expression
pupils. Classes begin
Sept. 18. Beginners price is $2.00
pew month. Mrs. Tom P. Johnson, j
FOR SALE?Good milk cow, -with.
young calf. Price reasonable.!
Should like to l>uy some calves.
Apply to E. B. Setzler, 2<K)1 College
TEACHER WANTED?For the John-j
stone school. Principal $50; assist- j
ant $40. Term seven months. Apply j
Route 5; or W. F. Ruff or W. P. i
Fellers, Prosperity, S. C., Route 3. |
Sept. 8, 12. 15. j
FOR SALE?A good plug horse, good '
worker and traveler; guaranteed, i
Can be bought cheap. See me ati
once or phone. Phone Jtfo. 26-2.
M. C. Shealy, Prosperity, (S. C.
Mary Plckford appearing at the
Arcade Wednesday, September 20, In
"Little PaP a Paramount Picture In
. . '
A AT THE IP
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER li).
Four reels of selected Patheplavs.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20.
DANIEL F ROHM AN Presents
A Famous Players Paramount.
* THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21.
PATHE EXCHANGE IXC Presents
Anna Nilsson and Tom Moore
l^Anr roolc ni PfltllfMllflVS 1
w " i
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22.
Oi.it iiK JlORCMCO Presents
*A>~ INTERNATIONAL 3L4RRIAGE*
A Morosco Paramount in 5 Acts.
p agar* _
T. M. BOGEBS
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician*;
All Work Guaranteed,
Corner Caldneii and Friend Streets, j
Eyes fitted and sold on Installment;
JTewberry, S. C.
| Dr. F. C. Martin f i
\ ^ Specialist^ |
? Examines Eyes, Fits Glasses |
| and Artificial Eyes. I
| If your eyes are giving you|
^trouble d in't fail to consult him |
- M . a . 1 ^
b Satisfaction Uuaranteed. 11
| Office ovev Anderson's Dry^!
|Goods Store. |
FROM REPORT TO
Loans and Discou
U. S. Bonds
Stocks and Securi
Cash due from B<
Surplus and Und
B. C. MATTHEWS,
I TMITCH QTATT7Q
U Hi 1 LiL/ ij A X~X A <i>/^
Sole Depository for U. S.
.ji) days from now, when Fresh Meat
comes on the market, Hens will drop
in price 2 cents per pound, sell tliem
when they are hi^h. We will pay till
HENS 12 cents lb. j
Cliix. 2!b. & less 14 cents lb. j
Roosters 06 cents lb |
Eggs 25 cents doz.!
Jas. D. Quattlebaum, Prosperity J
i ucduajf aiiu
We will have <
play of Fall Mill\
I be of special inte
we urge you to a
nery opening we
line of Ladies Su
Wraps showing t
est styles. Rem<
and come. Stay
1216 20 Main St
The Wooltex Store
i n 1 i
lai BanK 01
rberry, South Carol
> THE COMPTROLLER 01
i at the Close of Business Sej
inks and U. S. Trea
1 - m
m m m
Federal Reserve Ba
T. K. JOHNSTONE,
STATE, COUNTY AND CI7
Postal Savings Deposits for
TEACHER WANTED?Teacher for J
McCrary school. Salary, $45 a
month. Term, 5 or 6 months. Apply
to Jno. Oxner, Newberry, R. F. D. ^
No. 2 or T. W. Folk, Newberry, 6.
C.. R. F. D. No. 2.
Death of Miss Bessie Bundrick a
!i.:iss Bessie Delia Bundrick, IS ,:f|
1 years old, daughter of Mr. <>nd Mrs.
A. B. Bundrick of the Mt. Pleasant U
section of the county, died of typhoid
i fever Thursday evening, and was ?
j buried at :Mt. Pleasant cemetery Fri
[ day afternoon at 4 o'clock, Rev. S. C.
Bullentine conducting the service. '
26 and 27 I
>ur opennig dis- V
j/iery. This will
rest to you and 1
with our milli- j
mill show a full I I
its, Dresses and 1
he season's new- I
enber the dates I
all day. 1
nalnwanger I 1
Newberry, S. C.
The Ladies Store
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? THE CURRENCY 1
jtember 12th, 1916
s - 47,711.70
nk 60,215.26 J
$532,233.20 * I
H. T. CANNON I
Asst. Cashier I
Newberry, Greenwood ! J