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file Mereia^nts of aaay People, New-!
berriaus, and Those Who Visit
Mr. B. L. Albriton and family will
rcove to Jalapa.
Ua c?lin on rl thov ara of thp fair
lie, Oilt UX1U tiiv > U1 ^ U.V -v?? .
Dcn't mention it.
Mr. Edwin S. Simms is spending the
rtxt two months with relatives in
Mrs R. Kirkwood of Abbeville spent
Tuesday afternoon and night at the
Jiome of her cousin. Dr. F. C. Martin.
Miss Marv Frances Pool and Mr.]
Robert Pool attended the Smith-Hill
redding in Abbeville Tuesday events.
George B. Cromer of Newberry,
chairman of the State board of char- !
ities and corrections, was in Colum-;
i)ia yesterday.?The State.
Messrs. Pierce B. Banks, Reid C. i
T.fivloctrn .InVm K Rnshflrdt Frank '
Farmer and Thomas Eison were
among those who attended the Blease
Dieting in Columbia Tuesday night, j
Mrs. J. C. -Miller of Newberry and i
Miss Loula Belle Johnson of Kinards j
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Miller
of Rapley Shoals.?'Abbeville Medium.
Miss Florence Bowman has returned
from an extended visit to her suster,
Mrs. G. C. Walter in Birmiiftli&m,
Ala. Mrs. Walter and her two
little sons, George and Charles Whitten,
accompanied Miss Bowman here
on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .
C. A. Bowman.
iFred H. Dominick of Newberry, congressman-nominate
from the Third
district is among the fair week visitors.
Mr. Dominick is being congratulated
by his many friends from
all parts of the State on his election
to congress and they are predicting
a bright future for him Columbia
Cor. News and Courier.
:Wrs T? \f T>arvns anri Mis* Susie
Da"wson of the G. W. iC. faculty have;
returned from Newberry, where they i
nent to attend the Kibler-Chapman;
wedding, which was a lovely affair
. of last week. Miss Kibler visited Mrs.
Dacus in Greenville this summer and
jher sister, Miss Mary Kibler, is a
tudent at G. W. C. Her mother, who
Was Miss Emm? Werts, is well knowD
fcere, having taught musi^T in 6,. W.
C years ago.?Greenville News.
VARIOUS A3D ALL ABOUT.
Nothing doing here?too much fair.
.. Go to the fair Thursday to see the
b?g football game.
Handsome Homes to be Erected.?
Headline in The State. May the work
'spread to Newberr^.
Everybody (more or less) has tfeen,
is ox will be at the State fair.
t'Jaffery," a Golden Eagle story feature
of human interest, will .be shown (
at me opera iiouse Monctay.
Rev. L. P. Roland will preach at 2
MoCullough schoolhouse Sunday morn.1
ing at 11 o'clock.
House Peters and Gail Kane are
. -drawing cards at the Opera House.
They are fine. :
Mrs. Robert Gee and little son, Re- ^
bert, of Newberry, are guests of Mrs.
M. CL Mangum.?Union Progress. |
The Fridy Motor Ford company;
branched out in Prosperity with Mr. j
f*ink Bouknight as manager.
Mr. D. A. Livingston has a three-;
year-old cow with twin calves, these
making three calves by the same young
cow in the three years. j
mv ill V _ _ J f
inert; win ue a uauce oaiuiuaj
night which is to be given in honor:
of the Newberry football team.?Char-j
Cotton seed was 90^ents in New-j
berry yesterday and cotton 19 1-4. J
About the same price prevailed at
other points in the county.
Caldwell and Haitiwanger have a
page ad in this paper in accordance1
with the good taste and sound judg
ment of Manager FranK Ewart.
Your attention is invited to the
<!ainty, nifty half page ad in this issue j
from the choice picture and music
T A o -n rl IVvT "Yf ar* !
m in Vi n. auu iu. ?u. K;UILV* , .
where one may hear the Salter for!
27th day of the month Friday.
Rev. E. V. Babb lias the picture of:
President Wilson woven in cloth. It
is a fine piece of work turned out'
from the textile department of Clem-1
Sheriff Blease has bought a new
Hudson Super-6 from Baker and Oxrer.
When Cannon G. gets good underway
in his car for official business j
a second Cannon Ball is running.
Miss Mudge Summer of the county,
daughter of Mr. Pink Summer, and
Mr. W. C. Carter of Ridgeland were
? ?* r I
ma.ri.ieu yc&ieiu<iy atteiuuuii a.i i u clock,
the Rev. Dr. A. J. Bowers officiating.
Gregg Evans, who has been bound
over to the court of general sessions
on the charge of nonrsupport of child,
has given bond for his appearance at
the next term. He was arrested at
Enoree and brought to Newberry. As
the case was beyond the jurisdiction |
of Magistrate Player Mr. Evans is out j
| on bond.
"The Victory of Conscience" lias j
been selected as the title for the thrill- j
ing drama in which Lou-Teliegan, the j
! uibtinguished dramatic star, will make
i his next appearance for the Jesse L.
| Lasky Company, at the Arcade on |
: r liaay. He is supported by Cleo!
j Ridgley and an all star I^asky cast,1
i including Elloitt Dexter, Thomas Del-,
uiar and Laura Woods JCushing.
' / !
J. R. Hall, the white man who beat,
up nib SLcpJLiiuuici -lii-ia \v at a jJiauc ;
| in tne .Moiiohon mill village Satur-1
j day night, was .before Magistrate Play!
er for a preliminary hearing. Dr. T. J
to*. Smith attended the injured woman
just after tne fracas and found her
badly bunged up about the head. The |
seriousness of the offense carried the '
case out of the magistrate's court, and j
Hall was committed to jail in default
of bail to await trial at the next term
of . the general sessions court.
Probably the features in exhibits at
yesterday s lair were tne swine ana;
poultry departments. More than a
score of individuals had pens of fine j
bred hogs on the ground, and these:
attracted wide attention and interest j
\The largest single exhibit in this \J
department was made by W. P. Smith j
of near the Newberry county line.!
He had on display about fifty head,!
a most excellent show itself.?Laur- J
ens Cor. Greenville News in report- j
in^ Laurens countv fair.
When a fire is no fire was demonstrated
in Newberry the other night,
before the last: issue of the paper.
(It was smothered out of the last is- j
sue.) The alarm was sounded: and the
people went, and that was all there 1
was to it. Dr. Fallaw had gone to tus '
room and kindled a blaze in his fire-1'
place. Someone saw the light and ]
thought it was a fire for public at-!
tention. As tlie advance guard rush-!
ed into the room they, discovered the j
occupant sitting in front of the fire
warming himself from the cold, not'J
knowing of the outside commotion he1
had innocently created.
Card of Thanks.
We take this method of thanking
all our friends for their many acts
of kindness and kind words of sympathy
luring the sikness and death
of our beloved husband and father, t
and also for the many beautiful floral
tributes. .May God bless one-and
Mrs. Elliott Cromer and Daughters.
October 24, 1916. j
NOTICE OF JUBY DBAWIJiG
Notice is hereby given that we, th# ;
undersigned Jury Commissioners for'J
Newberry County, S. C., will at the'*
office of the Clerk of Court for New* |
berry county, at nine o'clock, A. M.J 1
November 3rd, 1916, oDenly and pub-, 1
licly draw the names of tliirty-six |
(36) men, who shall serve for one
week as Petit Jurors, at the Court c
)f Common Pleas, v 3ich will convene
it Newberry Court House, November j '
!0th, 1916 and "Rill continue for two
C. C. SCHUMPERT,
J. B. HALFACRB,
J1N0. C. <30G<3<ANS,
lurr Commissioners for Newberry
bounty, S. C.
)ctofc<*r 23rd. 1916.
Four reasons why you should have
your glasses fitted at P. C. Jeans and
ITX*U ts T>XJ-D TxiTTv.rvDTn
rn?c aic ncic A ix:u^
AND SIXTY-FIVE days a YEAR to
see that thev are satisfactory.
We are here to tighten them up.
when they get loose and to straigh- '
ten them up when they get out of
WTe change any lens free of charge
that fails to give satisfaction for
We give you your money back if our
GLASSES are not satisfactory.
P. C. JEANS & COMPANY
Opticians and Jewelers.
DIXIE STAMP & STATIONER"? j
COMPANY, Columbia, S. C. Office1
and bank supplies. Manufacturers 1
of rubber stamps, seals, etc., qual- j
ity and service. Prompt attention!
to mail order*.
fo Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System >
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S i
nAOVOT T?cc TflTJTO Vnn Vnnxw
What you are taking, as the formula is !
printed on every label, showing it is i
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form, j
The Quinine drives out malaria, the j
Vo? builds up the system. 5C cez:& j
The Cotton Market.
The cotton market on yesterday went
up and down at considerable bounds, j
The spot market in Newberry was!
pretty steady at 19 1-4. At one call j
the market in New York broke a hun- J
dred points but regained filty points
later in the day. So long as spots j
remain up until the farmer markets '
his crop it does not matter so much 1
about the future.
The books for the collection of
state and county taxes will Y open
from October 15th, 1916, to December j
Those who prefer to do so can pay.
in January, 1917, with one per cent; '
those who prefer to pay in Februrary,
1Q17 ran iiav ihv addin? 2 ner rent: i
those "who prefer paying from March
1st. to March 15th, 1917, can do so,
by adding 7 per cent; after Marcli
l?>th, 1917, the books will be closed, j
Taxpayers owning property in more'
than one township will JTlease inform
me when paying or writing for the
amount of his or her tax.
By referring to your tax receipt of:'
1916, you will know the township. in J t
wtiich your property is located.
The levy for 1917 is as follows:
Pensions and Confederate Infirmary
Repairs State Hospital for the
Ordinary County 31.5.1
Roads and Bridges 3 8
Ordinary County Note 12 ]
institutional School Tax 3 |j
Road and Bridges 1 |<
Court House 13 :
Total IS 18
Except the following localities where
an additional railroad tax kas been,
Township No. 1 112
Townshin No. 8 3
lAnd except the following school dis- j
tricts, where special school tax has!
Districts Xos. 1, 58 6
Districts Xos. 5, 9, 11, 12, 15, 16,
17 IS 21 27 32 35 41. 48. 57
and 5$ 2
District No. 10 ,1
Districts Nos. 13, 19, 2-Q, 23, 31,
34, 39, 40, 44, 45, 48, 49, 55
and 56 4
Districts Nos. 14, 22, 33, 52 8
District No. 28 7 ?
District No. 47... 3 <
District No. 30 1012k
A poll tax of One Dollar has beenp
levied on all male citizens between <
:he ages of 21 and sixty years, except i
:hose exemDt bv law. <
A tax of Fifty -Cents is levied on all !
Persons liable to road duty may pay ;
i commutation tax of $2.00 from Oct.
Loth, 1916, to 31st day fo December,
C. C. SCIJUMPERT,
An Endless Variety or
j^eautiful ^yedding ifts j
ranging from most inexpensive
pieces to chests of silver and the
finest selection 01 jewelry await j
your inspection here.
Let our well assorted stock !
- ? r A 1 I i
made especially complete ior ine i
Wedding Season offer you the
best help and advice in choosing ;
the wedding gift.
We respectfully call your at- !
tention to our beautiful and ap- j
propriate wedding gifts in Ster- j
ling Silver-Sheffield and finest
rusnlif xr f\1 ofo J
Rich Cut and engraved Glass, j
Mahogany, Chimes and Mantle |
Favors for the bridesmaid, !
groomsman and ushers. Your i
gift^ will be prized for a lifetime
if you buy it of
P. C. Jeans & Co.
Jewelers and Opticians
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27.
"THE HIGHER DESTINY"
3 Act Essanay Drama, Featuring
Warda Howard, Edna Arnold, Sydney
A ins worth an Gertrude Clover.
"THE SECRET OF THE BOX CAR"
Featuring Helen Gibson.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28.
"A LESSON IN LABOR"
2 -.Act Lubin Drama.
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Selig' Tribune >'o. 71.
"HA 31, THE FORTUNE TELLER" ;
Featuring: Ham and Bud
'TIIE GIRL FROJI FRISCO"
2 Act Kalem Drama
Featuring Marin Sais and True Boardman.
ESTRAYED from my pasture two
miles west of Helena, on October 14,
red Jersey heifer calf 7 months 'old.
Finder please notify E. B. Setzler, college.
FOR SALE AT AUCTION?The
oU UJLiVJll \JL jruillipo uuill^xau WU1V.U
will sell at auction to the highest
bidder for cash the old church build- j
ing and carpets on Wednesday Nov- (
ember 1, the sale to be at 3 o'clock
in the afternoon.
10-27-2t. . I
FOR RENT?One 1-horse farm, one
2-horse farm and one 3-horse farm j
Cor the, year 1917. Apply to M. M. Buford.
<2AT.T??Twn htirulrAri bushel*1
of seed wheat at two dollars per bushel.
Farmers Oil MilJL
STRAYED from my home one bound
dog, yellow and little black on back,
left front foot white and left ear with
split in front. Left my house Sunday
night, Oct. 22, 1916. Finder will please
return to me and get reward. H. C.
Carter, 1400 Poplar street, Newberry,
| Dr. F. C. Martin j;
fExaminesEyes, Fits Glasses |
% and Artificial Eyes. I
?If your eyes are giving you? |
n: J ,.<n ? I
XirouDie a >n i ia.ii iu juu'imi uilu ^ j
I Satisfaction Guaranteed. |
| Office ovev Anderson's DryJj
|Goods Store. |j
Coffee and tea dis
out the cause?^caffem*
Is entirely free from dr
? J ?* l"?l # rtf id
roiisicu mui a mli v/i tt
cious and healthful.
A change from cof
AT T RAN WOOD SCHOOL
Hallowe'en fun at Tranwood school
house Oct. 27th, at 7 p. m.
A Hallowe'en party there's going to
And we want you there as sure as
There'll be joy and laughter by the,
Please say you will come and join
The party does not begin at 5
o'clock as stated in The Herald and 1
News Tuesday, but at 7 o'clock, and
there should have been said nothing^
about "ice cream" and "cake," but
simply "refreshments"' would be serv-^
ed. And then the most important |
part of all, it should have been stated i
that an admission fee of ten cents!
would be charged, children under 12 !
years 5 cents, and under 5 years free, j
somehow the editor will have to admit (
that he took his notes from the lady
who phoned them, and he had no light
at the phone, and when he went to
irrite the notice some time after,
could not read the notes, and he just j
guessed that there would be "ice1
cream ' and "cake," and he forgot all j
nbout the admission -fee. So now j
please put the blame on the editor
and remember' that the party begins
at 7 o'clock and don't forget to take
along tne price ana oe sure to go.
PORK SAUSAGE?Fresh home made
pork sausage. E. M. Evans and Son.
Miss Semmie Coleman of Newberry j
was a visitor in the city yesterday.? j
C. R. W
Is the Health!
agree with a great many peoj
5?the cumulative drug in botl
ugs or any harmful substance,
holesome molasses, and is pi
fee and tea to Postum has he]
ere s a Keas
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
The partnership heretofore existing
between Sims G. Brown, George C.
Hipp, ahd iWilliam J. Swittenburg, is
hereby dissolved by mutual consent.
The said George C. Hipp asumes all
I of the obligations and liabilities of said
partnership. All parties indebted to
said partnership will make payment
to said George <C. Hipp.
This Oct. 20th, 1916.
S. G. BROWN,
GEO. C. HIPP,
W. J. SWITTENBERG,
Having purchased the interests of
Sims G. Brown, and William J. SwitI
tenberg in the partnership heretofore M
1 existing between them 'and the under- '
signed, I will continue the businses I
| at the same old stand in my own
GEO. C. HIPP.
IS AN FELICE STANDARD TO BE
MAINTAINED, SAY MAKERS
1 All Dealers Now Sell Famous Cigars
at 5c. Straight In Effect Today.
Owing to the greatly increased cost
of quality tobaccos, in fact everything
pertaining to high grade cigars,
the makers of the San Felice cigar,
The Deisel-Wfemmer Company, have
advanced the selling price to the
Jobbers and dealers, and nencefortn
this cigar will positively be sold to
the consumer at 5 cents straight instead
of six for a quarter as previously.
TheSiAJf FELICE is national in it*
scope and character, having justly attained
this eminence through its unequaled
excellence. To maintain this *
unequaled standard of quality, the
advance in question is absolutely unavoidable.
The generous support of
1 ~ ua ? io AO ?
ail men using quamj vigaj? to
>ad Mules jl
ocaow? i <
i y \
I nw. " 1
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and no feed |
1 i i ii
Ful Way j
pie, and science points
b of these beverages.
It is made of wheat,
ire, nourishing, deli
Alioonrlc* it matf
illVUOUUUO) IV IUUJ
ere sell Postum