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The Movement of Many People, J
Newberrians and Those Who
Two encouraging- and pleasing
sights greet our eyes in passing along
the road the back way from home?a
fine oats patch of Col. Buford's on
the one side and fine cattle Drowsing
in Mr. Scott's pasture on the other, i
Dr. John D. Pitts, after remaining;
at Rock Hill for a few days, has been
transferred to a sanitorium in Charlotte,
according to information received
here by friends. He probably
will remain there for several weeks
under special treatment. It is stated,
before undergoing a contemplated
Thp amount for Newberry county
from the state and federal aid fund
for the teaching of agriculture is
Monday's Fox News at the opera
house will show the recent fire at the
Newberry Lumber company's plant.
This scene, to say nothing of other
pictures, ought alone to draw a good
crowd, to see how Moving Photographers
Leslie are heloing to "put
Newberry on the map.'*
A large number cf Shriner? from
I.purens are planning to attend the
spriri}* ceremoial at llo :k Hill next
Thursoay. The cont:n?ent from here
wi1.! include a patrol that h,j3 b-:-?n
spec's?];* trained for the forthcoming
eelebrj.tion,.?Lauren-5 'ille Herald..
Shiinei Tom P. Johnson, in particular,
will please make a note.
Mr. I. H. Hunt was in Greenville
Thursday on business. J,
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Huf? of Spartanburg
are visiting the:r daughter.
Mrs. C. F. Templeton.
A prominent citizen of Newberry .'
had to make good to two brigm,<
pretty and sweet little gi~!s during
chautauqua week. He had persuaded
them to remain for a lecture, telling j
then the speaker would cur his talk
short. He had been informed to that
effect and felt safe in his statement, j
But the lecturer was long winded and
the little girls got tired and took up j
much of the time consulting their
friend's watch and asking how much ':
longer it woud be. The friend felt
so sorry for having unwittingly in- j
flicted punishment on the little twins '
he made up by gettig each one a box !
of nice, fine candy. He is a good ,
man and didn't mind it. jThe
muscadine punch man from
Houston, Texas, was at the LimeCola
plant last week, arranging for
more syrup for the fast bottling of
this palatable and healthful new ;
Now and henceforth, by order of ,
Chief of Police S. C. McCarley, the ,
law will be enforced against cut-outs :.
and mufflers. Some people say that
as all autoists seem to keep these
noise producers open they have be- 1.
- ?~cave +VIPV I
come a nuuouicc. vn^
ust be closed and kept closed. In
other words, cut it out, cut it out.
Mr. W. F. Wightman ,after having
for over two years served the People's
Life Insurance company of ]
Charleston as its local agent, has re
signed his position and is now rest- *
ing from his labors" for a while. :l
The stepmother of the human race,1 ]
the cow, will be the subject of a lec- j]
ture at the court house next Monday, 1
22nd instant. The object is for the !;
good of all, so let the people come up ]
the milky way Monday and see about 1
it at 10:30 in the morning. j'
Messrs. L. P. Richardson, C. E. i1
Verdery, Paul Brown and Alvin 1
Wright of Anderson motored to this '
city Friday and attended the New- (
berry-Clemson baseball game, among i]
a very large crowd o? spectators from ;
a wide range 01 xerrixory. i
J. C. Howard of Newberry has
been dismissed from the Baptist hos- ^
pital.?The State, 13tn.
Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Chapman are
signed his position and is now "ret-;5
moving today, Monday, to the home j1
of Dr. Ted Johnstone and daughter,!
Miss Julia Johnstone. .!
Saturday's State, in mentioning a; <
farewell service arranged for Sunday <
1 evening to three theological gradu- j
. ates, well known to the people of j?
Newberry, Hajime Inadomi, Carl <
Caughman and Paul Counts, who will
shortly leave Columbia for service in
the foreign mission field, says: "Hajine
Inadomi is a native of Japan and I
will return to his native land in Sep-' j
temper to labor for the evagelization ]
of his people. Carl Caughman of :
Mississippi will serve in the mission 1
rield of India. Paul Counts of Georgia
will go to Liberia, Africa. These i
young men have a host of friends in
Rev. Ernest K. Counts, just grad-l.
uating from the Lutheran Theological
seminary, well known in this city as '
a Newberry college alumnus from Po-"
maria, is to be married in Columbia'
on the 23rd instant to Miss Nellie
Leon Derrick of that city. Mr. Counts 1
preached at Mt. Tabor, near Little
Maj. J. F. J. Caldwell, one of the
state's foremost citizens, is on the
program to respond to the address of
welcome by Mayor McLeod at the reunion
of veterans in Darlington
It was arranged for Mrs. R. D.
Wright to make the response to, the
address of welcome by Mrs. C. J.
Milling, president South Carolina division,
U. D. C., on behalf of John
Mclver chapter. Mrs. Wright's inability,
owing to illness, to respond
to this address will be a source of
deep disappointment and keen regret
to the thousands of her friends and
admirers throughout the state and
After ever so many years the
torn-up, tumbled-down, rotten, dilapidated
stairway between the Newberry
Drug company's and Claude
H. Williams' grocery stores has been
removed and new steps are bying
placed in position along "the narrow
Street Supervisor J. W. Wertz is
having good work done along McKibben
street running from the corner
at the store of Sam B. Burns
down the business part, putting curb
ing and cement drain, to be followed
by overhauling and repairing the
sidewalk. After finishing that side
he will turn his attention to the other
side and do some work over there.
We have been observing a box of
pepper plants screened in front of a
McKFjben street store. "They say"
it is to protect the plants from germs
carried by flies. Germs are liable of
attatcking more things now than
when the little Moses was found on
the river bank.
After the address on Stepmother
Cow the 22nd, you will be talked to
on "You and Your Town" the 25th.
It will be a Strong address.
Hot weather starts out like this is
going to be roasting year.
Col. W. H. Hunt is spendnig a few
days in the city.?Dr. Mcintosh is
here for a few days.?The State, 20
District No. 3: Spartanburg, Laurents,
Union, Newberry and Chero'
> ^ * i : i
kee counties: tne state navmg uetra
divided into ten districts of the South
Carolnia Cotton Growers5 Cooperative
association; members of which
are called to assemble in their respective
county seats on May 23 "for
the purpose of setting the machinery
for a permanent organization in motion."
The annual address before the Students'
Mission league will be 'made
Tuesday night (16th) at 8 o'clock by
the Rev. Charles A. Freed, D. D., former
pastor of Ebenezer Lutheran
church of this ctiy.?The State, announcing
Lutheran Theological seminary.
f!rvnc?ressman F. H. Dominick and
Senator Alan Johnstone have been
amed as among the delegates appointed
to the Muscle Shoals conference
Ex-Governor and Mrs. Cole L.
Blease of Columbia spent Sunday in
Newberry, the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Julius R. Eison.
Prof. Smiley L. Porter, who has
been spending some of his week-ends
n Newberry during the term of his
Bowman school, is once more at
lomu , *
"Except I shall see in his hands the
print of the nails, and put my finger
into the print of the nails, and thrust
my hand into his side, I will not believe."
These words of the doubting
Thomas, as recorded in the 25th
strong and convincing sermo at St.
John's gospel, formed the text from
*vhich Bishop Finlay preached a
strong nad convincing sermon at St.
Luke's Episcopal church in this city
3n Sunday afternoon. He made his
remarks plain and forceful, and the
application of the auoted words of
Thomas to the actions of men today
cvas very clear and striking. Bishop
Finlay is a pleasing and attentionlolding'speaker,
a deep thinker, and
ivithal a minister of winning personality,
whose words sink with reason
into the minds of his hearers.
Winthrop college certainly got two
strong preachers to take part in the
commencement when Bishop Guerry
ind Dr. Skinner accepted invitations.
Mr. ad Mrs. J. W. McCain came
aver to see their daughter, Mrs. T. P.
Johnson. Mr. McCain spent the
iveek-end. Mrs. McCain is extending
Mr. W. R. Elmore was in the city
Saturday showing that he was one
henpecked husband. He told some
ladies that he was, but they would
not believe it at first. However, they
lad wanted to see a henpecked man,
to see what he looked like. Mr. Elmore
indeed was a real henpecked
bonus vir. Even his hands showed it.
Both hands were bandaged, a chicken
hen having pecked them very badly.
Dr. C. A. Freed, accompanied by
Messrs. Wm. Johnson and Geo. C.
Hipp, motored to Clinton Sunday afternoon
to attend the popular religioUj?
meeting in the interest of the
Clinton Caravan, Order of the Good
Samaritan. Dr. Freed preached.
"They say" he preached a fine sermon.
Of course he did. We know
that without being told.
Mrs. J. H. Summer is spending: theTpi
jweek dividing: time with her sister, j
Mrs. Fayette Hunter in Sumter and
;'her brother. Mr. J. W. Swiitenborg. j So
1 Mr. Z. R. Perez of San Antonio,
Texas, is in Newberry. He came to
put a new drink on the market and is Th
busy at the Coca-Cola Bottling plant,
from which point this new drink will <]e
be sent out for distribution over the no
wide territory businessed by this pop- all
ular plant. The name of the new w?
drink has a pleasing: sound?Dela- en
j'ware Punch. Bottling: will begin this'fie
afternoon, Monday, after which thi
'"you-all" can test this candidate of in
a drink for public favor. CI
The 7th of June will be here soon thi
and then the happy season of June W
berries, June brides and June roses, els
(Please don't mention June bugs in pr<
this connection.) This is always to
something harmonious with nature CI
in the mention of a June bride and 'to]
the June rose. J as
Andrew Jackson, Jr., colored boy, Fu
was found guilty of breaking a win- CL
dow glass of the school building and
. ...if, winf i?r?+V\ o -fino nf $ 1 ,'i in t.hp re- Ke
was iiici' *? J ui c* iinv Y ? ?w ?
corders court Monday/ Half of the
fine was paid, the balance suspended AT
on good behavior. In a case of riding
bicycle on sidewalk a $1 bond was
forfeited. As the same sitting- two'
colored females (are the females of no
species worse than the hemales) Ma- J.
ry Garmany and Emma Williams in
were up for disorderly conduct. Both en
were sentenced to pay fines of $10 Ai
or serve 20 days. They had not paid Eci
' "up to date."
Miss Maude Gilliam spent the wi
week-end in Columbia. th<
One of the best, brightest and gr,
wittiest little bits we have heard in dii
a long time was what a boy said to an
his mother when he had returned fio
with some flowers from a neighhbor's pr<
home for Mother's day. He had pick- dii
- .1/1 ! _ _ :
ed out a special nower iur iiiinaeii? yn
a red and white sweetpea (you 1 ve fie
seen such beautiful combination). th<
His mother told him he must wear a ca:
'red one, as she was living. After ha
arguing aJout it and holding to the Th
opinion that he must wear the one he ke
had picked Out, he finally told his pe;
mother that the reason he wanted the ca
red-white flower was because he had me
been hearing her say for over a week tei
i that she was half dead. ' W2
Messrs. A. H. Counts and J. C. tw
Poole witnessed the Carolina-Clem- Mi
son game in Columbia Saturday. : Ke
The Mothers' club will hold its reg- Pa
ular meeting Thursday afternoon at Su
A in' f.Tip hiyh school. i 3Il
I 1 V? V.1V.U ... ?o?
i In Scott's pasture are some fine Fa
'cows for milk and butter. As this Tie
is Stepmother Cow time see Messrs.
0. H. Lane and B. A. Havird for wii
good deals. Henry and Ben are ex- fri
' pert cow boys when it comes to w::
! knowing cattle. As the ad. tells you, hs;
these cows are fresh and heavy
springers from Tennessee.
Bishop Finlay of Columbia was the Ke
j guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. E. Keitt
I while in Newberry Sunday. Ho
i Mrs. Clarence Wertz has been se- "to
-ii A winnVi rlnr. Soi
riousiy in anu &uuciuif, iiiuv.il
ing the past several weeks from the kn
: after effects of the flue, which set- c*oi
| tied in the back of her head and then ;s
affected her eye very painfully. She nia
is still sick, but her many friends
will be glad to know that her condi- ma
, tion is now improving." -ei
' Misses Eihel and Jess Bowen, Mr. hoi
Horace Bowen and Miss Myrtle Nor- sta
ton of Hendersonville, N. C., were 1Tla
week-end visitors at the kome of W. nal
H. Hardeman. rea
Rev. T. E. Elgin of Knoxville, He
Tenn., preached at the First Baptist an<
church here Sunday morning for Mr. ( a:
Babb, who was present. Mr. Elgin i'or
is visiting his mother, Mrs. M. T. El- teg
gin, who has been sick at the home h0"1
of her sister, Mrs. H. M. Bigby, in a&t
" tm_:_ ? oli;
this city. nev. ivir. n.igm is laMug ?
rest from his labors, having recently ^ru
resigned as president of the Tennes- in
(see River institute at Bridgeport,
Mr. J. Lawson Long of Dallas,
Texas, passed through Newberry ^rc
Friday on his way .to Columbia. He ?er
left Mrs. Long at the home of his llei
sister, Mrs. Jno. C. Goggans, Sr. He ca^
returned Sunday morning with Mr.'
and Mrs. B. L. Jones on their way to sor
Laurens. Messrs. Goggans and Jones frc
i came through again on Monday act
morning for Columbia where they ev<
have, business interests. Mrs. Lawson am
Long and Miss Nora Long left Mon- tic;
day afternoon for Laurens to visit to
Mrs. L. G. Baalle and before return- sac
ing will visit Mrs. Sarah Simpson in un'
Anderson. j nio
Death of Mrs. J. T. Mayes ; fcn
i Just as we are arranging to go to j
press this, Monday, afternoon, the 1
sad news of the d&ath of Mrs. J. T. po]
Mayes come to us, death occurring at ge;
2:30 o'clock. This will be distressing
to the many friends of the family, j S
coming as a shock to all and casting he
a gloom over the community, as it' da:
was hoped and believed that the announcement
recently of her improve-'
ment would soon be followed by the wo
'glad tidings of her recovery. ! go<
CLEMSON TIGERS i
me Good Pitching by Both Sides, l
Each Moundsman Yieiding i
Three Hits >
Clemson College, May 11?Furman <
feated Clemson, 4 to 0, this after- '<
on. McLeod pitched a good game ]
owing three hits to the Tigers. A :
tlk and one hit combined with sev- 1
al misjudged balls by Clemson 1
Iders gave Furman three runs in i
a third. Errors gave them another
the sixth. R'nem pitched well for j
emson, allowing but three hits to !
s visitors. Before the game Xed !
illiams, president of the senior :
iss, acting for the student bodv,:
esented a handsome traveling ba? !
Capt. L. V. H. Durfee of the ,
emson military department, as a
\en of appreciation for his services 1
coach of the Tiger team.
rman 00'> 001 000?4 3 2
emson 000 000 000?0 3 5 ;
MsLeod and Lance; Rhem and i
FOR MISS ANNA COE KE1TT
A very charming affair of Friday
on was a luncheon given by Mrs.
L. Keitt at her handsome residence
Boundary street to announce the
gagement of her daughter, Miss
ina Coe Keitt, to Mr Edgar Hart of
The home was beautifully adorned
th a wealth of fragrant sweetpeas,
ese blossoms in the pastel shades
acing the front rooms, while in the
ning room a color scheme of pink
d white was carried out in the
we-rs and other details of the
Btty party. In the center of the
ling table was a cut glass bowl of
nk and white sweetpeas on. a rector
outlined with sweetpeas of
} same delicate shades. The place
rds were miniature brides sitting in
If moons and were very attractive.
ie souvenirs were tiny c-utglass basts
filled with pink and white sweetas,
tied with pink tulle and with
rds attached bearing the announce;nt:
"Keitt-Hart, June 15." A <
upting luncheon in four courses-,
is served. Covers were placed for
elve as follows: Mrs. J. L. Keitt,
ss Anna Coe Keitt, Mrs. T. E.!
Mt, Mrs. E. B. Purcell, Mrs. A. J.
trick, Mrs. T. E. Davis, Mrs. Roy
mmer, Mrs.' Douglas Hornsby. j
:s. Drayton Nance, Miss Pauline
nt, Mrs. Bob Wallace, Miss .Josie
The guest of honor was showered
rV. rnCi n T7 cm r\ A
W*A jwwwtjr II UJII I1CI
ends and all of Newberry joins in
shing this lovable yuong girl every ;
A Good Man For Governor ! ,
owee Courier. ii
Ihe Gaffnev Ledger calls upon the
in. George B. Cromer of Newberry
make the. race .for governor of
nth Carolina. "Mr. Cromer is well t
own to the people of Cherokee
inty," says the Ledger, "and it
Ihe opinion of all that he would
Iro o Or\l on A 1 A r? V? i AVArtnf Nrn ' 7 ' -
"V C* OWlLiiVV.U VlliUX CALLUI/1VC. <
rhe Ledger is right in its estite
of George B. Cromer of New*ry,
than whom there is no more
lest and conscientious man in our C
te or nation. Besides that he has
rked ability; he is a statesman by ?
:ure; a deep thinker and a clear
isoner and his. judgment is sound, ~
is a gentleman in the true sense
i ir. every sense of the term. South
rolina has many men of large cal- r
e, men of big minds, men of in;rity
and ability. The Ledger has,'
ivever, in our opinion, called the
ention of the,voters of South Carna
to the biggest, cleanest, the
est type of gentleman to be found \
our state today. ;'
rhe Courier most heartily endorses
; Ledger's suggestion. We hope *
it Mr. Cromer will take it as a call
>m his people to offer himself for t
vice to them in a time when the *
2d of the hour is crreat men of his _
We know that Mr. Cromer's perlal
preference would take him far
>m the governor's office and from ?
;ive politics. South Carolina, how- ir,
has need of George B. Cromer, d,
though his entrance into poii- ,
5 would entail personal sacrifice i
him, he is i)ig enough to make the j
orifice for the good of the state,
less, perchance, there be insur- ?
untable obstacle in the way, of c
ich we and other friends of his ;
ow not of. ; \
The Xew York chap who cussed a 1
liceman will know better when he
is out of the hospital. c
ome fellow who doesn't know when i is
well off proposes to start a new
ily paper in Chicago. t
A judge has ruled that a wife is I <
rth $8,000. Some of them cost a
3d deal more.
Death of Mr. Jchn Koon . La'
Mr. John Oliver Koon died sudden- (
ly on his place at Pomaria Friday
ifternoon at 1 o'clock. He was giv- ?
ng instructions to negro farm hand Bir
as to some work, showing how he | |
wanted it done, when he fell stricken J '
by heart disease. Before the negro j--<
:*ould get other help Mr. Koon was j Ice
lead. The body was brought to the j <
home of his sister, Mrs Emma Lake, !
in this city Saturday morning. The: ?
jurial took place at Rosemont ceme- i Gc
tery in the afternoon at 4 o'clock, j J
service by the Rev. Mr. Merritt of | <
Pomaria and Dr. J. L. Daniel. Fol-1 ?
lowing were the pallbearers: Charles 1 We
3. Suber, Win. J. Wicker, Jas. P. 1 ,
Setzler, Dr. W. C. Brown, W. E. El-; (
more and James C. Duncan. j '
Mr. Koon was the son of the late 17"
Henry Koon. well known in the city j (
and county. He was 7G years old and; ]
umarried. His only surviving mem-, 1
oer of the immediate family is the : J
sister, Mrs. Lake. 1 ho
Mr. Koon was a ?onfedarte veter- j
? t r\ \* I
an and member ot Jas..iJ. >
camp. He was in the city on the re- ?
cent Memorial day and took part in ; ;
Death of Miss Bessie Davenport
Miss Bessie Davenport died
11:30 o'clock Sunday at the home of'
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Da- ;
venport, at Belfast, after a lingering i
illness, at the age of 28 years, and j
was buried at Bush River church on '
Monday afternoon at 4:30, service j pQ
by Rev. E. V. Babb. j
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hendrix, Mr. I
and Mrs. Lamb'Matthews, and Mr.;
Mack Matthewz i>rid daughter of j v
Leesvrlle; Mrs. Mattie Ethridge and i rr
Mr. John Andrew Sattrewhite of Co-j ^
iunri;ia; Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Wooten of ;
Grenwood; Mr. and Mrs. Grover Gel- [
ger of Casey; Mr. Raymnod Reeder U
of Atlahta; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Drafts! 11
and Mk. Joe Black and children of i
Saluda were among those attending
the burial of the late Mr. E. P. Mat-: ?<"
thews. i *
Miss Pauline Serin, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Taz Senn, will be among;
the graduates on the 18th instant
from the. University Hospital forj
Trained Nurses in Georgia., which j
fine insttiution always turns cut the j p
most excellent of trained nurses.
A green man can succeed, but a I Ep
blue man can't. < M
Carload fresh arid heavy springer
Tennessee milch cows at Scott's
pasture. Can be bought 0:1 cash
or time. Havird & Lane. 5-16-tf!
Clreen hides paying 6 cents. E. H. ,
Cousins and Son, East Harrington
street, phone 232-W, Newberry, S. j
C. ' 5-lG-lt; ,
3aseball goods?We are selling them
fast. Another shipment just re-j 1
reived. Our prices are right, that's ! 5
the reason. P. E. Way, Druggist,1
A Good urug Store.
" 1 ? ? fnicli n/uv Irish nota- :
j nap ovju?o.., .. s
ties, tomatoes. Lots of table deli-;
cacies. Claude Williams. j '
leed/Corn, Woods' improved (Iolden .
and White Dent, for sale by John-j
Icodyear tires. S'je II! 11 Bros.
ForJ paris. Hill Bros.
That good mixed chocolate candy nn
Saturdav, 40c pounds. Gilder & ar
Weeks Co. 5-5-tf j |L
Vanted?Teams for hauling lumber. 3
Regular work and good pay. See
or write Coxe-May Lumber Com- j|
pany, Strother, S. C. 5-5-4t' I
FOR MAGISTRATE NoT4~
I announce myseif a candidate for I
nagistrate ui ^.\u. *? iuwn;n.^. , _
ect to the Democratic primary.
J. ERNEST YOUNG, j |
-"OR MAGISTRATE FOR TOWN- J
SHIPS 1 AND 3 1
I am a candidate for magistrate for a
ownships No. 1 and 3 and will ai>:de! I
;he rules of the Democratic party. i i
J. H. CHAPPELL.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR j 1
Notice is hereby given that the un- &
lersigned, for themselves and their a
issociates, intend to apply'to the j$
secretary of state of South Carolina | 9
'or a charter of a corporation to be j %\,
__ Ti. nr:_? enr-h I ?f
tHOWn <15 1/It' ?v lie ? jj..
.orporation to have its principal ?[,
)laco of business in the town of Lit- aj
;le Mountain, South Carolina; that gj,
;he general nature of the business
vhich it proposes to do is a general
nercantile business; that the amount ifi)f
capital stock of such corporation
s to be $5,000, payable at such times #
md in -such manner as the board of & <
iirectors may require ? such capital $
;tock to be divided into 50 shares of j|
ite par value of $100 per share. j|}
Notice is further given that the 3
lubscribers to the capital stock of the S
aid corporation will meet in the of- ja
ice of the Wise Company at Little ?
vlountain on Monday, May 15, 1922, H
it 11 o'clock a. m. for the purpose of ?
>rganjzing said corporation, the elec-j H
ion of the board of directors and for i g "
he transaction of such other business I ?
is mav come before said meeting. me
B. M. WISE, fl
A. R. WISE, ?
*-n Mowers?Shipment just r?
reived. The good kind. Genuin
Philadelphia. Summer Bros. Co.
ider I wine?Sec us before yo
ray. We can save you mone;
5umjv.er Bros. Co.
Cream Freezers?We have th
celebrated steel frame freeze
Summer Bros. Co.
IdsmltK Bails?$2.00. Guarantee
for two games, twice as long i
nost $2.00 balls. Gilder & Wee!
ri r ,
jrth Baseball Gloves?Well namei
Show more value than any glo\
>een this season. Leather line
Genuine horse hide glove, $1.50 u
Gilder & Weeks Co. 5-5r
Sals?50 bushels clay, 50 bus
sis speckled peas, ?2.00 per bushc
F. O. B. Newberry. Cash wii
order. H. H. Ruff, Newberry, S. <
r sale?5,000 bundles fodder $1.1
per hundred pounds. H. O. Lon
Silverstreet, S. C. 4-21-.it lta
?rs for hatching from pure br<
S. C. Rhode Ifiand Reds. Ow<
Farm Strain $1.50 pef 15. R. 3
Smith. Phone or 338-J. Ne<
rry, ?S. C. 4-4-lta
iickens and erjgs wanted. W
will pay highest cash pric<
wire or write for price
Owens Fruit and Produc
Co., Tampa, Florida.
r Sale?Nancy Hail potato slip
velvet beans, fertilizers, farm'i
implements and calcium arsana
for poisoning boll weevil. Fan
ers' Cooperative Association, Pro
perity. S. C., J. T. Hunter, agei
or Flies & Bed bug
Frierson's Fly and Mosquii
or Potato Bug:
Pratt's Lice and Bug Po\vd<
Poultry Remedies and Su]
v n *TT ? *T W
:. ? WAY, Druggist
"A Good Drug Store"
Newberry, S. C.
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iej OPERA HOUSE I I
Tuesday, May 16 jj f
lP I Spot Light Comedy
May 17 ,
"THE FIRST WOMAN"
d ! Mildred Harris
^ | Midjet Comedy
- Thursday, May 18
d-l "THE GOLDEN GIFT"
^ Alice Lake
; Skelcagraph Comedy *
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I will open jr>y office for private
~ practice March 27th. Practice con>5
(r ! f.ncd io consultation ar.d office work.
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! Office hours, 9:00 A. M.- 12:30 P.
M.; 2.00 f. M.-5:G0 P. M. and by apP.!
.wj JOHN B. SETZLER, M. D.
1 502-503 Exchange Bank Bidg. '
- W. GUSTAV HOUSEAL, M. D.
1 g ! Office Exhange Bank Building
^ 2nd Floor, Rooms 212 and 213
,g_! Office Hours: 12 to 1 O'clock P. M, \ i
it. j and 3 to 4 O'clock P. M. j
Other Hours by Appointment , J
23 Residence Phone 36 . ; B
es Office Phone, 66. * fl
H. M.BIGBY ?
:o\ Optometrist V 1
? j 3rd Floor Exchange Bank Bldg A
EYES EXAMINED 1
GLASSES FITTED ^
Broken Lenses Duplicated
R. H. McCrackcn and son, A. E. Mc- jJ
Cracken, are in town tuning pianos
to j and if you have a piano you want 1
! tuned, can do it for you. Will call "
i< promptly before they get away. ^
i Phnnd 347 nr loave message with ; ^
j Mrs" Adams." "4-28-tf |
S NOTICE fijB
j All creditors of the estate of H
; George S. Mower, deceased, are herej
by notifid to render an account of'
| tL Jr demands, duly attested, ^o the
undersigned, on or before th6 first
I day of June, 1922.
FRANK D. MOWER,
F. N: MARTIN, ^
; Executors of Geo. S. Mower, dee'd.
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FOR MAGISTRATE W %>
p-1 I hereby announce myself a can|
didate for Magistrate for Townships 1|||g|
1 Numbers 1 and 8, subject to the Dem- V
i ocratic primary. If elected I shall
I endeavor to perform the duties of the k;.
i office in the future as l nave m tne
J past, without fear or favor, and with ^
J fairness to all. .
CHARLES W. DOUGLAS. M
| Pure Porto Rica Molasses for sale by
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chool and Dress Shoes I Wt!
ificially proportioned to prop- I 2||
slop growing feet. 8 , S
jver health lasts to preserve 1 Jk
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of solid leather, strongly *
ether, to give excellent | J
le soles and wide toe shapes I ||
h and solid comfort. < 1
:o repair and thus increase | -
he slices for your hsppy, | fl
'Diamond" trade mark
ole warrants the quality.
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