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Tie Movement of Many Peopl
Newberrians and Those Who
There will be a dance at the L<
gionhall Friday night, the 12th. Ca
olina Syncopators will furnish t?
Miss Janie Chalmers, who has bee
seriously ill, is improving, we ai
glad to report.
Mr. J. T. Ward had ro return i
the Columbia hosoital Thn^day a
trmcon. he having been thi.-- advise
by a John Hopkins srecis'I-i.
Vhere v ill in all orobf.Di'.w be fa
weather for the ball or. I rida
afternoon, as it carries insuranci
That is nearly always *.he way it hat
pens. The Newbe^ry-C'.emson gan
promises to be good baseball.
A little blaze in the hom?; of M
Frank Hough in Nance street at 2:3
o'clock Wednesday afternoon calle
out the fire department. It didn:
amount to anything.
Chautauqua and baseball divide
honors for a week. Now the thoughl
will commence for commencement.
Baseball enthusiasts are of thre
classes?fans, fiends and cranks. G<
in your class. Outsiders are in
Some people try to prove so man
things by the Bible. There is no rei
son to think that the devil was a lav
*? J- KAnrsneQ 9
yer in tusguise j uau _
of the 10th chapter of St. Luke says
"And behold, a certain lawyer stoo
up and temppted him." Many ar
so ignorant of the Bible that the
don't know whether it was spring
summer, fall or winter when Ada]
and Eve occupied the Garden of E(
There must be a good many gir'
and women of various ages, sizes an
"builds" who are inclined to coi
sumption, judging by the "hect:
flush" on their faces.
B-dam creek was once a gres
and good place to fish. We haven
heard from it lately, as a fishin
Everybody ought to have his or he
place in a community. Some ar
worth more to it; others are wort!
There will be an ice cream festivj
at Bush River school Friday night t
which the public is invited.
In mentioning the "probably olc
est living Confederate veteran," th
name of Mr. D. P. Ward of Whitmir
should head the list, as far as our ii
formation now extends. Mr. War
will be 92 years old this coming Ji
* Tr ?J MVe Wn'
31rs. W. a. xvuun <2iiU aUic* jl*v
of Columbia accompanied Mr. an
Mrs. J. H. Campsen to Newberr
Monday afternoon to attend the bu]
ial of little Harry H. Campsen.
Sam Williams, who carved his fe
low colored citizen, Jim Ruff, for dif
arrangnig his domestic affairs, wa
released on bond and returned la?
week to his work in North Carolina
His unlawful rival for affection wa
slashed pretty badly but is gettin
Man is born unto trouble as th
sparks fly upward, or something lik
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that, but is woman wno :s leariun
and wonderfully made?some c
them?which is more apparent as th
Mr. S. H. McLean, district passer
ger agent of the Southern railwa;
headquarters in Columbia, was i:
Newberry Tuesday on railroad busi
Mr. J. C. Swygert of Peak was i]
the city on a short business tri"
Miss Gertrude Habenicht and th
Misses Milner of Columbia wer
guests last week of Mrs. C. A
Mr. R. C. Sligh paid a visit las
Saturday to his daughter, Mrs. Fran]
Sutton, in Anderson. He found he
improved in health, her many friend
will be glad to learn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry Summer, Jr,
on their way from Columbia, an
spending some days with his father
Mr. J. H. Summer. They will leav
next week for Greenville, where hi
will conduct insurance business.
Mrs. Oscar Peterson returned thi
week from Charleston. She was me
in Columbia Mr. Peterson. Mrs. Pe
terson did not get to see "Magnolh
. Gardens," as the ;*ates had beei
Mr. J. L. Dicker! is also on th<
force helping the well policemen ii
the absence of the sick ones.
Mr. Furman T. Dom.nick and fam
ily have moved back to their cottag<
on the hill just below the resident
of Mrs. Dominick's parents, Mr. an<
Mrs. Jno. A. Lindsay, at which homi
they have been staying during the oc
cupancy of their home by Mr. am
M rs. Olin J. Adams', who recently
moved to Mr. Tom Xeel's place nea:
Mr. Adams' brother, Mr. T. L. Ad
Misses Grace Eula Boozer and Ma
ry Aurelia Nance of Newberry an
among the graduates to receive th<
Bachelor of Arts degree at ap
proaching commencement of Columbia
e? Dr. T. C. Skinner has been assisting
Rev. E. V. Babb and the First
Baptist church of Newberry in a series
of evangelistic services The Here
aid and News has this to say of Dr,
r-jSkinner: "If the Methodists or the
ie Episcopalians had Dr. Skinner then
(Would make him a bishop.'' We car
,n add that the Baptists nlade a bishoi
~e!of him many years ago and have
found him to be one of the best bish1
ops in the South?Baptist Courier.
^ j' The community market is extendj
| ing its usefulness. Like The Heralc
, and News it is now twice a week, onlj
. i Wednesdays and Saturdavs.
The services are continuing a
, Bethlehem, colored, Baptist church
* j the pastor. Rev. Baton, being assistec
} 1 by Rev. Coax of Greenwood.
Luther Longshore of the navy i:
; spending his furlough with his father
r" 3Ir. Robert Longshore, near Bust
| River church.
; What miarht have been a serious
l matter was narrowly averted Tues
! day night. As the people were leav^
d ing the chautauqua tent Mr. Jno. T
'S i Cromer, on going to his car saw th(
I rear seat on fire. He and friends
e assisting him were just in time, as ?
little more and there might have been
O V? Avnl API AM Tf U'OC if
Clil 11/11. A V w UO HVii 11/ iiuyycil
jer.at the close of the program, as auyitomobiles
were thickly and numeri
ously parked on the grounds. Whether
some cigarette smoker was care3
less with his match or some miscreant
?:;did the deed is not known,
d Hear the Hawaiians and the fun
'e , specialists tonight, Thursday, as it is
y i the last of chautauqua?until nex;
; year. There will foe a crowd on hand
n | tonight. /
i-l Considering the high price of gasI'oline,
oil, etc., and the wear and teai
Is of automobiles, tires and accessories
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d m general, it is a man 01 very sman
i-I calibre who kicks against the prices
ic ''charged by taxi drivers. The charge
| of 25 cents a passenger from resitt;dence
to station is not only reason't
able but very cheap.
g' There will be service at the Episj
copal church Sunday afternoon at
?r 5 o'clock by Bishop Finlay.
e ' A substantial man, living ni a renti-;
ed house, says he is going to move to
(another city to better his condition,
as rent is entirely too high and hous0!
es too scarce in Newberry, which he
isays, truly, is keeping this city from
; growing and in the back ground.
[G! What we have said all along is more
>e houses and cheaper rent in Newber!_|ry.
We want to see the city grow
>(j; and expand.
jJ Mr. C. F. Templeton returned on
| Tuesday from a business trip to
Greenville, having gone to that city
yi The white and red roses will be in
r_ evidence Sunday, Mother's day.
Prof. James L. Dennis of Atlantic
j_ City, N. C., is in the city.
.. Mr. Guy Brown of Greenville was
s in Newberry this week.
it There arrived at the home of Mr.
i. and Mrs. Otto Klettner, Jr., on Wedls
nesday night, a fine little girl weigher
insr seven and a half poundsi Con
J gratulations are now in order to this
e : happy young- couple, who are just bee!
ginning to realize what it is to have
y: "a baby in the house." This baby
>f has been named Mary Frances, for
e | both grandmothers.
I Col. and Mrs. W. H. Hunt, Miss
J Fannie McCaughrin and Mr. Floyd
y Bradley are expected home tonight;
n ! Thursday, after an extended stay at
Hot Springs, Ark. Mr. Bradley left
i the springs a little ahead of the othn
' ers so as. to spend a couple of days
D ' iTrifVi V?ic hm+Vior" Trim irt TCnnYvillp
e j'We will all be mighty glad to see
e ! these popular Newberry folk back in
; their respective places.
Mr. A. A. Cleland has sold the
b; Fant cottage in Caldwell street to Mr.
k | M. C. Moore.
l Mrs. J. C. Copeland and baby of
; Columbia, visiting relatives at Gary's,
j spent Wednesday in the city with her
'' brother, Mr. Jno. C. Goggans, Jr.
Rev. E. V. Babb, and Messrs. Jno.
'' M. Kinard and I. H. Hunt will attend
j the Southern Baptist convention;
j which convenes in Jacksonville, Fla.;
f next Wedesday.
i. I Mr. G. D. Brown, Jr., was in the
_! city Thursday returning to his heada
I quarters in Columbia. We always
^ 'like to "see George." And so do
a Mrs. Robert Holmes and sister,
n; Miss Pauline Fant, returned last
week from Fayetteville, N. C., ac.
companied by their little nephew, 01g
iver Holmes, Jr.
e Eugene Duckett killed a mad dog
I Thursday morning in Cannontown in
sj'fror.t of Wm. Davis' home. The dog
which belonged to Wm Davis, Jr., had
1 'tit several dogs in Sunset park and
y*. had been shot and wounded. This
r dog had been suffering from the bite
- of a stray mad dog, and the unknown
' dog was also killed, Tuesday after-'
noon in Cannontown.
?' In his Chautauqua address, "Trai2
tors to Justice," Judge Kavanaugh
-i'the eminent criminal court judge of
Chicago, said: "I visited your jail i:
this city this afternoon, and find i
to be a model institution in every re
spect and an asset to Newberry
which the people should be proud of
i It is properly managed. The prison
. ers are not petted but are treate
1 humanely and made to know tha
' they are in prison." This is a hig
i, compliment to the sheriff and th
) ! jailer, coming from this distinguishe
I jurist, who is chairman of the na
- tional committee to investigate crim
j in this country.
Mrs. Jas. X. McCaughrin represeni
II ed Newberry at th: music festival i
Spartanburg last week.
I It wouldn't be chautauqua time i
I -- - - t,
Newberry if it didn't rain some.
?[' Mr. Jim Morrie of Chester was
1: Wednesday-Thursday visitor here.
The painting season is on in thi
5 city. Paint makes such a wonderfu
> difference in the looks of things
^helping nature to make the. sui
'roundings more beautiful. There i
5 lots of paint at the hardware store
" in Newberry. Get paint.
Mr. R. H. Swittenberg is lettin.
the Newberry Lumber compayn hav
- the benefit of his valuable service
1 Mr. R. R. Bruner of Orangebur
1 will be with the Coca-Cola plant i
" Columbia on and after the first o
' June. This will not prevent his coir
',ing to Newberry on h:s little visits
" it only brings him nerer. R. R. don'
' stand for railroad every time, bu
: Mr. Bruner is a rapid transit busines
Clemson-Newberry Game Friday
A vast throng of fans will doubt
! less be at college park tomorrow (Fri
! dav) afternoon when the Clemson Ti
I - 'gers
meet the Newberry Indians her
' in a very crucial game. Newberr
( has won eight games and lost tw
I while Clemson has won nine and los
i one. This shows how close the stat
chamuionship race has become. Thi
will be the last game of the season 01
the local grounds. The contest wi]
begin at 4 o'clock. Newberry v.*']
play Carolina in Columbia next Wed
j Word comes from Darlington, say
'Tra Rtnt.p. that among the speaker
1 there will be present (at the annua
reunion of the United Confederat
Veterans of South Carolina on Ma;
1 17 and 18) Maj. J. F J. Caldwell o
Newberry nad Mrs. 11. D. Wright
recording secretary general. The Her
1 'aid and News reporter has seen Maj
Caldwell with'n the past couple day
' and he looks in *'ood trim for l:h<
meeting, but Mrs. Wright will prob
ably be unable to attend, .owing t
? her illness.
I In its write up of the commence
' ment of the Columbia Theologica
seminary, The State of Thursday
among other thing"?, says: "In h;
charge to Dr. (E. l>.) Kerr, Dr
Sprunt impresse-l up.m h::n the seri
ousness of be'n? intrusted w.rh th<
, teaching of the Biole to young men,1
' * ..Kli
i etc. "Dr. Kerr responaca wan an
.address on the subject, 'The Place o
I the Study of Original Languages ii
I Theological Education.* "
Lost?Gray leather handbag, eithe
! at Chautauqua tent or on Bounda
ry street. Finder please return tc
Miss Teressa Maybin.
Hemstitching and picoting 10 cent
wi Mail orders solicited
j .Mrs. J. L. Slay, Prosperity, S. C
! Lost?Gold Eversharp pencii 'n towi
Saturday, still in package. Finde;
! please return to Herald and New:
office. Sallie Lee Cromer.
Lost?Between Hays' blacksmitl
shop and J. A. Burton's, gas tan!
cover off Chalmer's car. Retun
! Herald and News. 5-12-1t]
Gladiolus bulbs about sold out. Som(
dahlias left. It is still time to se'
some dahlias out. They will re
ward you amply.
Pound paper to please those conser
vative and those desiring some
* ' ^ J- T7?..n A ^
j thing (iinerem. run wuhus
five, sixty, seventy-five and eighty
live cents. Colors unci white.
Verbena, running colcus, holly am
Boston ferns. An ideal week t(
get some plants started.
i _ ?
I Fountain pens repaired. Sometimes
I can make that good old pen write
like new. I am a fountain per
j Hal Kohn,
Snap beans, squash, new Irish potatoes,
tomatoes. Lots of table delicacies.
Seed Corn, Woods' improved Golden
! and White Dent, for sale by John5
Goodyear tires. See Hill Bros.
Genuine: Ford parts. Hill Bros.
That good mixed chocolate candy
Saturday, 40c pounds. Gilder &
! Weeks Co. 5-5-tf
11 Wanted?Teams for hauling lumber,
t i Regular work and ^uod pay. See
. i or write Coxe-May Lumber Com!
pany, Strother, S. C. 5-5-41
' FOR iMAGISTRATE FOR TOWNSHIPS
1 AND 8
(j 1 am a candidate for magistrate for
townships Xo. 1 and 8 and will ai)ide
r the rules of the Democratic party,
h J. H. CHAPPELL.
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(j Lawn Mowers?Shipment just received.
The good kind. Genuine
l" j Philadelphia. Summer Bros. Co.
u Binder Twine?See us before you
u": buy. We .can save you money.
Summer Bros. Co.
I ' 5-5-4t
n t i? itr? i . u ?
ice \_ream rreez^rs v?e nave- .iic
j celebrated steel frame freezer,
a Summer Bros. Co.
s Goldsmith Balls?$2.00. Guaranteed
il i for two games, twice as long as
. i most $2.00 balls.- Gilder & Weeks
'/! Co. 5-5-tf
Have your horses shod at Hendl'ix's
,c [ and be satisfied. . 5-5-3tp
Don't buy new wagons. Have Hendrix
repair your old one. 5-5-btp
(* For Sale?50 bushels claw 50 bush
s els speckled peas, $2.00 per bushel,
; F. 0. B. Newberry. ' Chsh with
? order. H. H. Ruff, Newberry, S. C.
f Pure Porto Rica Molasses for sale by
l Johnson-McCracken Co.
t For sale?5,000 bundjes fodder $1.25
per hundred pounds. H. O. Long,
: Silverstredf, S. C. 4-21 -31 Itaw
Eggs for hatching from pure bred
j S. C. Rhode Island Reds. Owen
I Farm Strain $1.50 per 15. R. D.
I Smith. Phone 88 or 33S-J. New
berry, S. C. , 4-4-1 taw
_ i ~ ?
Chickens and eggs wanted. We
~| -will pay highest cash prices
.! wire or write for prices.
' Owens Fruit and Produce
0 /-i m t^i ji _
^ uo., lampa, r loriua.
s. I hereby announce myself a cann
didate for Magistrate for Townships
 Numbers 1 and 8, subject to the Democratic
primary. If elected I shall
11 endeavor to perform the duties of the
"'office in thefiuture as I have in the
'past, without fear or favor, and with
: fairness to all.
si CHARLES W. DOUGLAS,
s ; -j :
s1 Jv ?~
; Cows on
- According to
j of the town (
; Cows will not
" tKe Sidewalk
51 at any time.
! ' c
i CLEAN-UP a
??? IIIIWMWI?i (BBuurauMuauanm 3
v Come on, let's put
j whole city can and should i
! ]y as its cleanest home. 1
1; happier, healthier city.
I Ambition in its hie
dream big- dreams and mi
splendid ambition to have
is soon to become a reality \
people, through the variou
j! Therefore, by vir
) vested in me as Mayor, am
of many far-seeing- and /
i| proclaim the week of
as the Opening We
I C!eau-Up and P;
We need this thorough
It is the sensible thin# to thrift,
pride and happiness
It is everybody's job.
child wjll be expected to h(
! HIIIIIIIIIIIIH I I W^."| "Ill ?
Worth Baseball Gloves?\V oil named.
Show more value than any glove
seen this season. Leather lined.
Genuine horse hide glove, $1.50 up.
(Jilder & Weeks Co. 5-5-tf
! 0 1 I
|o ^ I
An FJain is frfiP Hpsf: i
for the young lady
or the man.
| We E. Turner
At Mayes Drug Store
i Eyes Examined
Glasses Fitted '
! Broken Lens Duplicated !
' G. E. Cromer \
Over Bake-Rite Bakery
| ' Newberry, S. C.
)f Newberry, |
be allowed on
a of the town
C. McCarley j
hief of Police i
<Wk S ION
* Alii ? & & ? . ? V
B?WWBBBHI , 11 IMWMI<ll ? ? I III ?I r?p??
things in order. Our
)e made as clean and orderrhen
we will have a safer,
fhest conception is to
ike them come true. The
a city clean and beautiful
)v the cooperation of all the
s organizations ot tne city. n
tue of the authority
d with the hearty approval
;ealous citizens, we hereby
1 to 20th
ek of a Continuous
1 cleaning* and renovation,
do?for the health, safety,
of all our people.
Every man, woman and
ilp. Let there be no slacki
W. W. CROMER,
favor, City of Newberry.
For Sale?Nancy Hall potato slips, I
velvet bea:is, fertilizers, farming
implements and calcium arsenate i
for poisoning boll weevil. Farm- (
ers' Cooperative Association, Prosperity.
S. C., J. T. Hunter, agent.1
All creditors, of the estate of
George S. Mower, deceased, are hereby
notifid to render an account of
th-i-ir demands, duly attested, to the
undersigned, on or before the first
day of June, 1922.
FRANK D. MOWER,
F. X. MARTIN,
Executors of Geo. S. Mower, dec'd. j
R. H. McCracken and son, A. E. McCracken,
are in town tuning pianos
and if you have a piano you want
tuned, can do it for you. Will call
promptly before they get away.; ,
Phone 347 or leave message with i
Mrs. Adams. 4-28-tf '
Three teachers for the Silverstreet <
graded school for the coming session,'
one principal and two assistants. Ap-.
ply to R. C. Neel, D. J. DeHart and
J. A. Schroder, trustees, Silverstreet,!
| 4-21-4t i
W. GUSTAV HOUSEAL, M. D. j
Office Exhange Bank Building
2nd Floor, Rooms 212 and 213
Office Hourc: 12 to 1 O'clock P. M.
and 3 to 4 O'clock P. M.
Other Hours by Appointment
Residence Phone 36
Office Phone, 66.
' I <
I will open my office for private
practice March 27th. Practice con- j
fined to consultation and office work, i
nrc?? i o.nn A M . 12-30 P '
M.-; 2:00 P. M.-5:00 P. M. and by appointment.
JOHN B. SETZLER, W D.
502-503 Exchange Bank Bldg.
Stop and take a look at Bled- i ]
soe's window and ,then go on']
the inside and get your goods. ]
All kinds of extracts, spices,
toilet articles, liniments, siock
powders, and lots of other
things too numerous to men- j
tion. We also pay highest
prices, tor cnicKens ana eggs.
Agents for McConnon's goods. 1
W. V. Bledsoe
040 Main St. Phone 136 Newberry,
i ? _ ?. ? ? _ ...
Sunday, May 14th, is
year on which Mothe:
Some send flowers, ot
for both I offer
Roses, pink, white
Fern suoplied wi1
"For mothers living
For mother's memc
Suitable to send to m
mothers, mothers by
on Mothers Day.
Drop in and talk abo
over the lovely greetir
OPERA HOUSE |
! PROGRAM d
Friday, May 12 ;
"WORLDS APAR^" /^B
Zugenc O'Brien ^
Saturday, May 13
2 REEL SUNSHINE
2 REEL WESTERN
2 REEL SPECIAL
Monday, May 15
"FIGHTING STREAK" ./
Fcx News 4
Layer Cakes -1
Home Made Pound Cake ' j
I will sell my friend* ice at
75c per hundred. 1,000-pound
tickets, $5.00, I don't want
the grumblers' trade. W. G. j
Mitchell is well prepared to I
handle them. None other than
ny friends' trade is wanted.
Yours for business,
G. W. KINARD. ^
Prosperity ? S. C.
H. M.BIGBY fl
3rd Floor Exchange Bank Bldg
EYES EXAMINED 1
GLASSES FITTED J
Broken Lenses Duplicated fl
: ! ! ioJ
>rs T)ai). *
the day of all the
rs are honored most
hors send cards and
and red. |
white and red. 1
ci colors, h
;h all orders.
?ry flowers white,"
others, dads, grand
adoption and others
ut flowers and look