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The Movement of Many People,
N?wberrians and Those Who
> Visit Newberry
Messrs. R. D. Smith, Jr., and A. R.
Boozer attended the annual convention
of the South Carolina division
of the Travelers' Protective association
in Sumter on Thursday morning.
Mr. Smith was elected as a delegate
i x: ^4
to the national convention ai .mantic
city June 5. It was an important
meeting. See report of proceedings
in another column.
"Thieves broke in" and stole
$1,200 in cash from safes in Florence
on Wednesday night. Moral:
Put your money in secure bank
vaults of Newberry; don't "put your
trust" in safes?it is not safe. The
National bank, the Commercial bank,
and the Exchange bank are here to
preserve your cash.
President S. J. Derrick of Newber
ry college made an eloquent address
at the chapel period Thursday morning.?From
a press account of the
meeting last week of the Clemson college
board of visitors.
Rev. S. T. Hallman, D. D., once of
Xevvberrv, now and long since of
Spartanburg, has been elected as
writer of the history of the South
:Carolina Lutheran synod. The
friends and acquaintances, to say
nothing of relatives, and they are legions
in America, know that this historical
work has "fallen into good
We agree with The State in saying
that "the chautauqua is an 'institution'
that merits the support of every
community it visits and entertains
and serves vto make more desir
able as a city of residence ana opportunity,"
also that "the chautauqua
furnishfes annually a vast resource of
entertainment and instruction to tens
of thousands of the most substantial
people of this nation." Newberry is
in the "very midst" of chautauqua
'now, enjoyed by hundreds of our
most substantial people.
Next Monday will be the beginning
of the "clean up" and "paint up"
season. Don't forget it, and don't
forget to "keep-it-up."
ti,q vannrfor wasn't, on. hand at the
1 Ut X VyViWA f< VW-. .
time to note the fact that Mr. John
Henry Chappell had entered the arena
aa a candidate for magistrate. Mr.
Chappell knows the business of the
office, as he has had much experience
in that line.
Typographical (some people call it
typ- instead of ty-pographical) errors
are so common to all newspapers we
rarely call attendtion to them, but as
one man said he didn't understand
about "fost" wonderful babies, we
have to explain. We wrote "most
wonderful/' but an "f" fell into the
place of the "m" and made it "fost
wonderful." Of course everybody
knows why we said every baby was
the most wonderful baby in the
Dr. and Mrs. D K. Gotwald left
Friday for their home in Springfield,
Ohio, after a pleasant visit here to
their son, Dr. W. K. Gotwald, and
Many Newberry Shriners will attend
the Spring ceremonial for Hejaz
temple in Rock Hill May 18, on which
festive occasion there will be 1.500
or 2,000 members present.
E. H. Aull was in the city yesterday
en route to Charleston where
he will attend the Lutheran synod.?
From 20 years ago, The State, 6th.
Mrs. A. S. Rae returned on Saturday
to her home in Greenville her sister,
Miss Carrie Greneker, having improved,
we are glad to say.
v All hands join in and make successful
clean up, paint' up week, to be
inaugurated by virtue of the civic
league, the health officer and the vav?ir?nc
nro-anidations nf t.VlP Htv.
If you did not know it we will tell
you that you can get real good bargains
at Rose Anthony's sale now going
on. There are some fine goods
there go .ig very cheap, and the people
are buying. Take advantage of
the opportunity and be in time for
the choice articles before they are
Miss Mary Gasque has returned
from Newberry, where she was the
guest of her friend. Miss Audrey
Jones, for a week or more.?Laurensville
An automobile ?ot stuck on Scott's
creek Friday and only succeeded in
being pulled out after strenuous exercises
of men and mules, with chains,
etc. We felt sorry for the men who
had to labor hard standing in the water,
but we did not feel sorry several
days before for a driver who attempted
to cross after he had been tolu
of the difficulty. We have spoken of
this bad place in the road more than
one time. Many out-oi-to\vn travelers
do not know of it. The advice
is here repeated: The road leading
from the residence of Dr. C. D.
Wi.otc +n fh a rociflonfo n-F \Tv Tr>Vin
A. Lindsay is not for travel by automobiles
Messrs. Frank E. and James B. Mc?
jCravy. well known gospel song lead!
ers, left Sunday night for engage,!
ments in special revival meetings, the
| fromer at Portsmouth, Va., and the
: latter in Baltimore.?Laurensville
| Herald, 5th.
; Tonight, Monday, "Turn to the
Right," at the chautauqua tent. It is
the great American play.
' Tuesday, being the fifth day at
! chautauqua, it will be children's eni
tertainment in the morning, with ma;
gic and mystery; artists' concert in
: the afternoon with iLttle Symphony
' orchestra; and concert repeated at
i night, with lecture on "Traitors to
: Justice," by Judge Marcus A. Kav'
The Laurensviile Herald well says:
; "With inference to a Sunday session
I of the legislature it does not require
! any special deliberation to decide
! that it is the wrong thing to do."
j The Coca-Cola Bottling pla^it dis!
tributed 1.000 whitecaps Friday. A
i great run was made on the plant for
! the cans, as soon as it became knowa
| "what was going on."
; Mrs. Agatha A. Woodson, now of
j Newberry?beloved by all in her old
' home?came here Thursday from the
Saluda U. D. C. conference, accom
1 panied by her attractive little grandI
daugter, Miss Josephine McDonald of
i Augusta. They will return to Newberry
this week.?Edgefield Chroni;
Bethlehem (colored) Baptist church
of Newberry is holding a series of
meetings, and the services are at1
tended with interest by the members
! and friends of that denomination.
Wednesday after the morning's entertaiment
for the c-ildren at ch.au,
tauqua with the Mary Mason's Marii
onettes, the afternoon will bring a
lecture on the "Failures of the Misfits,"
by Chester Milton Sanford, to
VvQ Mlnwpfl nt rncrhf hv "Friendlv
W, VW ---O
Enemies," a modern comedy drama,
j These are treats to be looked forward
j to with pleasure.
Life is not so short but there is
; always time enough for courtesy.?
Emerson. While many people, in:
eluding citizens of Newberry, still be:lieve
in this, yet tere are many oters,
. including citizens of Newberry, ho
seem to regard it as out of practice
; Miss Mary L. Burton is in Orangeburg
is visiting her niece, Mrs. C. A.
;Renneker and family.
i Mrs. L. M. Player has been critically
ill, but her many friends will be
glad to learn that she is improving.
Speaking of Rose Anthany's bargain
sales one man sard "Rosantony"
jand it sounded altogether like a diffI
erent name., but Rose, under any other
name, would?not be the same,
i The State says that the order of
Shifters ''has been generally accused
, of being merely a simple way of makj
ing money out of the next unwary
person," which is it in a nutshell, as
; this reporter intimated when the
wave struck Newberry. But, as The
State concludes, the Shifters are now
Mrs. J. H. West, state historian, returned
last week from Clemson college,
after attending "a most interesting
and helpful United Daughters
i of the Confederacy conference," ana
j engaging in "a lovely reception in
honor of the state officers and dele.
gates at thev home of Dr. and Mrs. D.
I W. Daniel."
Prof. 0. B. Cannon was in Columj
bia Saturday on business pertaining
; to educational matters.
1 The Mollohon baseball club has
jone of the finest parks in the state.
It is on the dairy farm lot just beyond
the Mollohon mill park, with
[new fence, neW grandstand "an' ev;
[ Mr. J. T. Ward, after undergoing
a minor operation at the Columbia
hospital on last Monday, returned
home on Wednesday. He is doing
n.-oll Vn'e nunv -fripnrls will hp O'lad to
j v> ^11J 11 j o .. 0 _
1 Sever ' persons have remarked
that the chautauqua tent looked
smaller than the one. last year. The
tents are all alike.
j There are fine shows of moving
pictures at the opera house all of this
week. Monday, "Western Speed,"
Buck Jones. Tuesday, "The Silent
Vow," Wm. Duncan. Wednesday,
"The Shame of Society^" Carlisle
Blackwell. Thursday, "Don't Write
Letters," Gareth Hughes. Friday.
| "Worlds Apart," Eugene O'Brien.
Saturday, three two-reel pictures.
? - j- 1 +
These leatures are miersjieisvru v>im
the usual Fox News views and the
The announcement by the chautauqua
superintendent Saturday afternoon
that the guarantee had been
paid and that the guarantors had
made some money was met with applause
by the audience.
A feature of the commencement
exercises (Columbia Theological seminary)
will be the inauguration of
Dr. E. D. Kerr, professor of Hebrew
.and cognate languages, Wednesday,
at 1 o'clock in the seminary chapel,;
' etc.?Sunday's State.
I Mr. J. B. McDowell ha? the finest.
| English pea> ever seen in Newberry.
j at I his time of the year?two lon.2:
) rows waist high, loaded to the limit,
j The Gaffney Ledger emails upon Dr.
Geo. B. Cromer to offer himself as a
j candidate for governor, and says he
j would make an ideal governor, and
1 that "it is the opinion of all that he
would make a splendid chief execu.
tive." This sentiment will be echoed
Sand reechoed throughout the length
; and breadth of South Carolina.
1 i T f> T? 1 _
j ibtuuent 1-. r>. n<arjiit* 01 ^cwucu^
; college was one of the speakers of
the first convention of Single Standard
of Morals league Friday and
Saturday in Columbia. Bishop Finlay
says the league is ''one of the
biggest movements ever started."
1 Mr. B.' B. Bell and family spent
the week-end at Hodges.
Messrs. Wilbur and Frederick Sale
of Columbia spent the week-end with
: their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. G.
Henry Eddy of Columbia spent
Sunday with his father, Mr. W. H.
Eddy and family.
Mr. Will C. Waldrop and family
of Laurens spent Sunday with her
mother, Mrs. Monroe Wicker.
Mr. Fred Wicker of the Southern
; railway was in the city Sunday.
; Mrs. I. H. Hunt, president of the
Alumnae association of the Woman's
college of Due West Monday to attend
a meeting of the executive committee
of the association.
Mrs. J. E. R. Goodman, Miss Lola
? -* ? r- _ r* 3 A
Taylor. :viessrs. rrant;is u-arucpe anu
J. L. Keith of Columbia spent Sun:
day with Mrs. Lucy Taylor.
Dr. J. L. Daniel conducted the
! union serviced at the chautauqua tent
i Sunday nigrht.
! Mr. Robert Miller of Columbia
spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. '
Kate E. Boozer.
Miss Julia Timmerman of Dyson is
spending a few days with her uncle, j
Col. E. H. Aull, and family.
John Dorroh, a well known old colored
citizen, died early Monday
! rv?nrninf>\ He worked for years for
the late Dr. Gilder and did gardening
' for others also.
Mr. R. R. Bruner of Orangeburg
.'was in the city on business Monday.
You ail know him by this time, as he
j is associated with Manager Fischer of
I the Coca-Cola plant, and visits here
' Mrs. W. E. Pelham of Newberry is
' a patient at the Columbia hospital and
!her condition is improved.?The
j State, 8th.
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( Mr. J. Jb'at Livingston ui uuiuiiluim
spent the week-end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Livingston. He
; has recovered from the wound re;
ceived by a shot recently from some!
one firing into the trolley of which
; l\e was conductor.
Mrs Essie McCarty of Saluda c-ouni
ty has returned home after vsiiting
i her daughter, Mrs. W. E. McCarev. '
Messrs. E. S. Blease, W. H. Hardeman,
C. W. Douglas, Jno. T. Daniel-j
sen, J. M. Ouzts, H. D. Havird. D. B.
Chandler and J. H. Airial will leave
on Tuesday afternoon for Spartani
burg to attend the grand lodge of
I. 0. 0. F., which convenes on Wed:
nesdav morning. Mr. Blease goes as
; deputy grandmaster of the state, Mr.
i Hardeman as a member of the board
of trustees of the Orphans' home at
Greenville, Douglas, Danielsen and
' Ouzts as representatives from Pulas-'
i ki lodge, No. 20, Havird, Chandler
and Airial as visiting Odd Fellows.
Mr. Havird will drive the ear.
Miss Pauline Boozer is receiving
congratulations from her many
i friends for winning the medal given
by Drayton Rutherford chapter on
.Memorial day for the best examinaj
tion on history. Miss Boozer is a
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. <
Boozer of this city and a granddaughter
of Mr. A. M. Doniinick, a veteran
,of the county who fought in the 60?s.
j T4All dressed up and nownere iu
g;o." is like a fellow with a compli-;
' mentary Chautauqua ticket but can't
, use it.
j A chaulauqua is like a newspaper
?it never has and never will, because
it never can. please everybody at one
time in all particulars. Iu Newberry
as elsewhere there are people wise
and otherwise. For instance, the finest
violinist in the world could only
entertain certain ones by playing
Mrs. T. E. Wicker is in Aiken vis-,
iting her daughter. Mrs. Henry tfusch,<
Jr., and her granddaughter, the little
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. Harry Sumi
mer. of Columbia are visiting at the :
home of his father, Mr. ?f. H. Sum-,'
Miss Bettie Bradley, her many
friends will be glad to know, is doing
well at her rest in the Columbia hospital.
31 r. and Mrs. Jesse Mayes of Waterloo,
Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Mayes
of North Carolina, and Mrs. Far ham
of the lower part of the state, have ,
joined their sister, Mrs. Leland Sum- (
mpr nf Greenville. at the pome of
their mother. Mrs. .T. T. Mayes, who!
has been very ill.
Mr. Reed Boyleston returned on';
^Monday from the hospital, accompa- ;
nied by his sister-in-law Miss Blanche
! Davidson. One friend said, "Reef
was sure glad to get back home." A1
of his other friends are glad witl
i If The' Herald and News shoulc
undertake to mention every one whe
.was sick in each of its t\vice-a-weelissues
there would be too much spacc
; ;aken up. We can't pay public at
tention to the many "bad" colds ant
' other little ailments.
Misses Pearl and Bessie Lake anc
Mr. J. H. Atkison motored iron
| Greenville Sunday and spent the daj
'with Mr?. J. L. Bouknight, 62;
' O'Neal] street.
Mrs. B. F. Day, after a pleasant
visit to her daughter, Mrs. H. D. Ad
jams, went to Chappels Sunday wit?
Mr. W. H. Zeigler in his ear, aeeom
i panied by Mrs. Zeigler, Mrs. Adam.'
(and little daughter. Mrs. Day .is vis'
! iting her daughter, Mrs. J. L. Wat
kins and family, after which she wil
| visit relatives at Ninety-Six and al
1 T"? ? r T> 1'flAvurAArl i;
j JLT. A. iJ. Duweis ui uitt.i ?wv/u ..
spending the week-end with his sor
jand daughter in Newberry anl lookling
after the building of his new residence
now in course of constructior
!ju?t beyond east Harrington stre?*S
;Ever so may people, Lutherans and
all, will be glad when the carpenter*
complete that house.
You have noticed those "Conge
river" hats worn by the mail deliver,
ers. However, the hats are not confined
solely to postoffice people.
! Essie May Williams (guess she
roesn't spell it "Mae") was up before
the recorder Monday for colored
disorderly conduct and paid $15 foi
indulging in the same.
Policemen Foy and Tobias, with
the assistance of Mr. "Snib" Livingston.
in the sick absence of the chief
and the other members, are keeping
up with th movements of the "Slim
Jims" and their like who occasionally
give "the force" trouble. Poiceman
Inabinet came out Sunday morning,
worked a half day and had to go back
to bed. Policeman Livingston came
out and did duty Saturday afternoon
and again on Sunday afternoon, but
he too had to give up and go back to
bed. These two tried to keep going
Congressman Fred H. Dominick arrived
home Friday to spend about a
week or ten days resting from his
labors in Washington.
Mr. J. W. Wallace, manager of the
tt - - ^ "U ~4- o >-* rl ivi i n p vn 1 u'j) -
n&rris opu>iKd nuici ami
v \ . t
ter, was ir. the city Friday on business.
The Harris water sustains its
just reputation for excellence.
Mack Glenn and George Jackson,
colored, for violation of the prohibition
law, were arrested by the sheriff
and his deputies last week. Glenn
is out on bond, while Jackson was
still in jail at the giving of this information.'
"D ? U11 o vi rl /- r\ 1 r>?<o r? -f AV VP'TllS
JDCdlllC UiJlKlUU, V.VIU1VU, v.
ing to pay transfer bill, forfeited a
$5 bo^p at the recorder's court Saturday.
Eliza Boozer, Laura Pratt and Mattie
Miller, colored, were before the
recorder Saturday, all charged with
assault and battery and cursing. It
cost Boozer S20. Pratt and Miller
came through with $10 each.
Note From the Operator
I think the editor meant to put
"operator" after linotype. And I also
think that if the editor had been
attending to his duties as editor for
the past few days he would have had
time to furnish editorial matter
which could have been set up before
r>ress dav when so much other matter
has to be set up.
H. C. W.
LAST HOME GAME
Newberry college will stage her
lact intercollegiate home game at the
college park next Friday, May 12,
against the strong Clemson nine. At
present the Indians and Tigers are at
the top of .the list in the race for
state championship, and if the Indians
do not lose another game before
r- HI oil nvr
rnaay, inai wui, m on
ility, decide'the winner of this contest.
According to the present schedule,
this will be Luther's last game
in Newberry, for he will leave to join
the Washington club at the end of
Fchool. This promises to be the best
game of the season.
The Woman's club will hold itk
next meeting May 25th with Mrs. E.
V. Babb. Note change in date.
Mrs. Henry Cannon, Pres. j
Mrs. William Gotwald, Sec. j
Will Wed Soon
Prosperity. May 7.?Mr. and Mrs.;
Bright L. Miller announce the engagement
and approaching marriage
of their daughter, Gladys, to Jonn u.
Murray of Greenville.
Another chap out of luck is the ex-j
service man setting down and wait-j
ing on his bonus.
? GENOA CONFERENCE
1 MAY BE ADJOURNED |
1 Believed That Recess Will Be Neces- ,
| sary to Permit Some Adjusting
[ } of Several Problems
c! Genoa. May 5.?It was asserted
; here tonight that the little entente, j
- view of the complications that have j
1 arisen over the memoradum present-,
ed by the allies to the Russians, conl
templates proposing an adpournment
i nf thfi pr-nnnniir fpj-pnro until thp :
t problems which now are unsettled!
? can be taken up with some probabil-j
' ity of successfully ironing them out. I
>i Adolph Joffe of the Russian dele-1
- gation started for Moscow tonight to !
1 confer with the all-Russian central;
- executive committee now in session
> in the soviet capital. While the Rus-!
- sian delegation has full powers to act j
- at Genoa, it is desired that M. Joffe !
1; explain the progress of the corner
: ence to the committee which has au-i
' thority to ratify agreements entered :
1 The Russian reply to the allies*' j
- memorandum is not expected to be '
, presented for two or three days but,!
l according to members of the Rus- j
: sian delegation, it will not necessari- j
1 ly be'delayed until M. Joffe reachss'
Further complications over the j
) Russiar/ memorandum may arise to-1
- morrow on the return to Genoa of M. !
; 1 1
_.c j-u^ ~c 1, ,] ^ !
| x>aruiuu ui uic r j entu ucicganun, ,
who has been on a visit to Paris and j
s discussed the situation with Premier,
Poincare and the members of his
1 ministry. Belgium still is obdurate m
er insistence on a new clause in the
memorandum to the Russians relati
ing to the treatment of private prop-;
erty. It is reported that M. Barthou ,
will submit to such a clause as a sub- j
stitute for that at present contained,
i in the memorandum.
Even if the entire commission on ;
Russian affairs agrees to approve a i
, new clause, it will .be difficult to in-;
: duce the Russians to accept it, as they ,
are now complaining- bitterly of the !
present clause and the French and
Belgians are insisting on new provi>
sions which will be much more dras'
tic. They are demanding that they
must be guaranteed that the Russians
will rint. 'eventually turn over the
property of foreigners to new own-1
London, May 5.?It is now generally
believed, says a Rutler dispatch >
fro;.i Genoa, timed midnight, that M.!
i Jaspar, the Belgian foreign minister, j
will not maintain his opposition to,
the memorandum presented to Rus-1
sia, which it is expected France and
Belgium will accept as now framed. !
If the memorandum is accepted Pre- j
mier Lloyd vieorge probably will re- j
turn to Lnodon immediately.
EOARD OF VISITORS
* MEETS AT CLEMSON j
Two Days Given-to Thorough Inspection
of Details of All
Clemson College, May 4.?The ;
T ? 3 ? U ? ? U ? /> v> iMfwn/'.fm f~r
' uoaru Ui visnuis Iicta- uccn ijicvittuiio ,
j every Retail of the work of Clemson ]
for two days. The following were
"present: W. W. Ball, Columbia; C. j
H. Seigier, Aiken; S. J. Derrick, New-j
bc"ry; A. F. McKissick, Greenville; j
J. Lyl^s Glenn, -Jr., Chester, and John
S. Thompson, Dillon. Robert Lathan,
editor of the News and Courier, tele!
graphed that he could not ccme. Pres
ident S. J. Derrick of Newberry col-!
:lege made an eloquent address at the,
I chapel period Thursday morning. The,'
board dined with President Riggs and ,
the department directors at the trus- j _
tee house last evening and took din- ^
ner with the cadets today. Wednes- i
day evening President Riggs gave the .
visitors an illustrated lecture which j
gave them a comprehensive view of 2
the inward workings of tlje institu- c
tion. A dress parade was given today j
in honor of the board of visitors. | ^
TAKEN TO HOSPITAL < j 1
Aged Baptist Minister in Poor Health !
Laurens, May 5.?The friends in i
Laurens of the Rev. John D. Pitts, '
P. D., retired Baptist minister, who 5
was formerly pastor of the First Bap- ( ^
| tist church here but who now resides;
|at Greenwood. h..ve heard with regret
that the condition of his health has
necessitated his removal to a hospital
at Rock Hill for special treatment.. p
Dr. Pitts for 29 years was pastor of, t
the Baptist church of Laurens and , j:
after his resignation about 14 years'I
ago he preached at Blackville for scv-; a
eral years before retiring- from active i !?
ministerial work and going to Green-1"
wood to make his home with Mr. and , r
Mrs. C. C. Featherstone, the latter j C
being the eldest daughter of Dr. and , ^
These are the nights that many an
upright piano becomes a downright (*
Snap beans, squash, Iie\V Irish pota-.
ties, tomatoes. Lots of table deli-j
cacies. Claude Williams. 1 |
White carnations for Mother's day.
Mayes Book Store. 5-9-lt!
Bean seed?Yes we have them, too.!
Cornfield beans. Valentine Bunch ;
Strir.gless Green Ponds Bunch, j
Butter means, both bunch and run-!
ning. Prices right. P. E. Way, j
Druggist, phone 158. 5-9-i.t!
Did you icccive a coupon for a pack-'
age Pratt's Poultry Powder free. If |
so bring them at once. P. E. Way,'
Sweetpeas for sale, 50c per hundred.
Mrs. B. B. S humpert, Prosperity,
S. C. 5-9-lti1
, HAL'S ADS.
Verbena plants, two colors. Trailing
coleus. Boston ferns.
D.iHlia and srladiolus bulbs. It is not
too late to plant these.
Mother's Day Sunday. Order your i
cut flowers now. Any flower you !
desire delivered in Newberry or
an:/ city in America. ,
Mothei's Day greeting cards. The 1
line is complete and would be glad
to have you see them. (
Wanted?One second-hand iron babybed.
Must be in good condition ]
and cheap. Write Bed, care Her-j,
aid and l^ews office. 5-9-ltp j ^
Seed Corn, Woods' improved Golden
and White Dent, for sale by Johnson-McCrackin
Goodyear tires. See Hill Bros. i ]
Genuine Ford parts. Hill Bros.
That good mixed chocclate candy !
Saturday, 40c pounds. Gilder &
Weeks Co. - 5-5-tf
Wanted?Teams for hauling lumber.
Regular work and good pay. See
or write Coxe-May Lumber Com- i
pany, Strother, S. C. 5?5-4t
FOR MAGISTRATE FOR TOWNSHIPS
1 AND 3
I am a candidate for magistrate for
townshiDs Xc. 1 and 8 and will a'b'ide .
the rules of the Democratic party.
* J. H. CHAPPELL.
Lawn Mowers?Shipment just received.
The good kind. Genuine
Philadelphia. Summer Bros. Co. I
Binder Twine?See us before you
buy. We can save you money. F
Summer Bros. Co.
5-5-4t . *
Ice Cream Freezers?We have the
celebrated steel frame freezer.
Summer Bros. Co. '
Gcldsmith Balis?$2.00. Guaranteed i
for two games, twice as long as:
most $2.00 balls. Gilder & Weeks '
Worth Baseball Gioves?Well named. J
' Show more value than any glove ^
seen this season. Leather lined. .
Genuine horse hide glove, $1.50 up.
Gilder & Weeks Co. 5-5-tf
Have your horses shod at Hendrix's!
and be satisfied. 5-5-3tp j
Don't bay row wagons. Have
drix repair your old one. 5-5-otp
For Sale?50 bushels clay, 50 bushels
speckled peas, $2.00 per bushel,)
F. 0. B. Newberry. Cash with
order. H. H. Ruif, Newberry, S. C.
Pure Forto Rica Molasses for sale by
4-11-tf i 1
1 j ?
For sale?5,000 bundles fodder $1.2-5 j
per hundred pounds. H. O. Long,!
Silverstreet, S. C. 4-21-3t ltawj
Eggs for hatching from pure bred
S. C. Rhode Island Reds. Owen
Farm Strain $1.50 per 15. R. D. Smith.
Fhor.e 88 or 338-J. Newberry,
S. C. 4-4-1 taw
NOTICE OF OPENING BOOKS OF f
By auhtority of a commission fromij
he Hon. W. B. Dove, secretary of I q
nte of South Carolina, the under-j*"
miarl tv?U ntion hnnks of cuhscrio-1
ife"1-" ? --
ion to the captial stock of the Wise
Sard ware company at the office of
he said company in, the town of ^
Prosperity,S. C., on Thursday,''May y
LI, 1022. at 11 o'clock a. m., The ^
apitai stock of the proposed corpor- u
ition is to be S3,000 divided into ^
h'rty shares of the par value of
n 00 each.
WILHELMINA HUSSING WISE,
ALLEX GARLINGTON WISE,
STATION OF LETTERS OF AD- F
"he State of South Carolina, County
of Newberry, by W. F. Ewart,
Whereas, J. M. Felker and J. A.
'eiker hath made suit to me to grant _
hem Letters of AdmirVration of ^
he estate and effects larah E. ^
These are, therefore, to cite and
dmonisn all and singular the Kinred
and Creditors of the said Sarah
!. Felker, deceased, that they be and
ppear before me. in the Court of
'rebate, to be held at Newberry, S.
on Saturday, May 20th. next, af?r
publication hereof, at 10 o'clock di
i the foreno ., to show cause, if N
ny they have, why the said Admin is- oc
ation should not be granted. er
Given under my hand, th.s 2nd of
ay of May, Anno Domini, 1922. p*
YV. r. fiWAKI, ia
P. J. N. c.
Tuesday, May 3
"THE SILENT VOW"
Wednesday, May 10
"THE SHAME OF SOCIETY"
Midjet Comedy #
Thursday, May 11
"DON'T WRITE LETTERS'?
WT & 'fill o mr ' T* Dvn
j? v. 1111 olifcV 17UCLUI O .L I Cgcription
written on any kind
of paper, any where.
We use only the best and
purest drugs obtainable. Careful
attention, accuracy and only
moderate prices charged.
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Anything for the sick room
we usually have it. If we haven't,
we'll get it for you. . v\
P. E. WAY, Druggist U
LI A. r-% 1 W n . If MM
a uood urug otore
Newberry, S. C.
3rd Floor Exchange Bar.k Bldg
Broken Lenses Duplicated
I will open my office for private
>ractice March 27th. Practice con- ^
ined to consultation and offico work.
Office hours, 9:00 A. M.- 12:30 P,
M.; 2:00 P. M.-5:00 P. M. and by appointment.
JOHN B. SETZLER, M. D. r*|
302-503 Exchange Bank Bldg.
W. GUSTAV HOUSEAL, M. D. 1
Office Exhange Bank Building
Znd Moor, Kooms 212 and Z13
)ffice Hours: 12 to 1 O'clock P. M.
and 3 to 4 O'clock P. M. \
Other Hours by Appointment \
Residence Phone 36 I
Office Phone, 66.
Crackeir; are "in town tuning pianos j
and if you have a piano you want
tuned, can do it for you. Will call
promptly before they get away.
Phnnp 247 or le.ive message with,_
Mrs. Adams. 4-28-tf
Three teachers for the Silverstreet
raded school for the coming session* f '
ne principal and two assistants. Aply
to R. C. Neel, D. J. DeHart and v
. A. Schroder, trustees, Silverstreet, 4
. C. / [
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Ail creditors of the tstate of \
reorge S. Mower, deceased, are here- V
y notifid to render an account of
L-cir demands, duly attested, to the
ndersigned, on or before the first
ay of June, 1922.
FRANK D. MOWER,
McHARDY MOW?R, :
F. N. MARTIN,
Executors of Geo. S. Mower, dec'd.
or Sale?Nancy Hall potato slips,
velvet bea:is, fertilizers, farming
implements and calcium arsenate
for poisoning boll weevil. Farmers'
Cooperative Association, Prosperity,
S. C.?, J. T. Hunter, agent.
hickens and eggs wanted. We
will pay highest cash prices
wire ui wmc xux
Owens Fruit and Produce.
Co., Tampa, Florida.
I hereby announce myself a candate
for Magistrate for Townships
umbers 1 and 8, subject to the Dem ratic
primary. If elected I shall ideavor
to perform the duties of the ^
fice in the future as I have in the 4
ist, without fear or favor,*" and with
lirness to all.
' CHARLES W. DOUGLAS.
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