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Pitcher Hehl Goes.?Headline in:
'Tuesday's State. 0 Hehl. And yet j
some people expect us to write base-j
ball bull in addition to all the other
Mr. W. F. Wightman, after restinga
while since his long two years ofj
hard work in the insurance business |
is now taking orders for enlarging,
The coeds are keeping up their;
reputation for winning first honor at
Since the publication of that little j
sketch of an absent son remembering
his mother with the rose on Mc-ther's!
day we are told of still other boys
sending word home to the same effeet.
Yes, it was all very sweet to
the mothers at home when their sons;
wrote and spoke of wearing the red
red rose, and we are glad to mention
it, but this particular son wired, as (
we distinctly said. He '"wired the
news to mother, before the sun went
down," on Mother's day.
"Look not upon the wine when it
is red," but there is no snake-bitng
and stinging: in drinking Delaware
Punch, which is a beautiful red. Pass
around the bottles and all take a.
pair, for two's better than one of the
With the advent of Mr. Jones as a
candidate for magistrate, the race for ;
that office for Xos. 1 and 8 townships,
up to date of this writing, is between
Magistrate Charles W. Douglas, exMagistrate
J. H. Chappell and wouldbe
Magistrate W. S. Jones. But we,
hear there are others.
We thought we had it big enough
Tuesday in mentioning the number
as 1,500.000 being the progeny in ten
years of k pair of English sparrows, i
but for the lan's sake listen to this, as
our informant furthermore enlarges:
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In the time specified the numcer ne
later fig-ured to be 275,716,983,698.
Great sparrow grass. i
Tueday's State, in mentioning that
Mr. R. R. Braner of Orangeburg had
accepted the position of secretary,
treasurer and manager of '.he Columbia
Coca-Cola Bottling company, says
among other words, that "he is a
young man of ability and comes with
the nig.iest recommendations of his
former business associates." The Herald
and News is pleased to quote this,
as we found out what Air. Bruner was
during his visits to Manager L. F.'
Fischer, one of "his business asso- j
ciates" in Newberry.
The State mentioned, Tuesday,
that "Mr. McSwain and Mr. Dominick
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are the first candidates to quaniy ior
the congressional races this summer.";'
Mr. McSwain is for the Fourth dis-:
trict. Nearly every three or four1
year old baby in the Third district
knows "Fred Dominick." No one else
need apply. J
There was some moving going
through the city Tuesday. In one;
wagon was a cow next to bed springs.'
That showed the owner had "made.'
the cow his partner."
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Morgan and
eight children have moved from Saluda
county to rooms over The Her-;
aid and News.
Mr. Hugh A. Feagle is having this j
dewberry newspaper sent to him at:
Barron, Wisconsin. He is mighty far
.from home, but he'll soon have many;
.friends out there, as he "is built that
Mrs. R. D. Wright is on the pro-;
gram for "home coming" day of the
alumnae of Columbia college in Co-;
Mr. Lee Hunter of Laurens county '
.was in the city Wednesday.
Mrs. W. W. Richardson, daughter!
of Col. Wm. Y. Fair, sailed from
Cologne, France, on the New Amsterdam,
on the 17th, en route home. The
ship was due to arrive New York
Mr. Nat Gist, Jr., of Atlanta, one!
of the all right Newberry boys, is in 1
the city for a few davs.
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Mrs. C. F. Templeton and the
younger children will leave Tuesday
to join Mr. Templeton in Greenville.!
their future home. Miss Aughtrv
Templeton, who is connected with the
local telephone exchange, will leave
in a week or two for Pacolet to spend
a while with relatives there. That'
will leave Mr. Huff Templeton, the
pressing club man, with us; and you
all know "Huff"?he's big enough to
be known by everybody.
At 11:25 o'clock Tuesday night
fire broke out in the Mollohon mill
village, about 150 yards from the city
limits, destroying one of the mill
houses, the home of Mr. A. Arrowwood
and family, who escaped from
the burning building but lost the
household effects without insurance.
\Tris Armxvnnd- heinrr was car
ried to the home of Mrs. Pete Finney.
It was at the hour when most people
were in bed, but after the fire had
become generally known it seemed,
from the noise that every automobile
in the city was on the way to the
place. The alarm was late in being
sent in and the two story hou^e was
in a blaze when the fire company, re
sponding as quickly and traveling as
fast as possible, got to the Gcene of
action, after the long delay In send
in-r in the alarm, and due to other ]
causes not controlled by the fire de-. of
The play, ''Blundering Billy.'' will.th
be given at the high school building!"^
Friday night. 8:30 o'clock. Admis-|te
sion, 35 and oO cents. If you miss'
this you will miss it at your own risk Ci
of pleasure. Be pleased to go. ar
Miss Anne 0. Ruff went to the Columbia
hospital Tuesday morning and *-r>
underwent na operation Wednesday
morning. ; *!<
, Miss Maud Gruber has been re- '
elected teacher in th* Olympia school ; 1
Columbia, third grade department. "r
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She was also elected teacher in the
Eau Claire school, without application.
It is thought she will accept
the latter position. This shows that ^
Miss Gruber of Newberry is m demand
as school teacher.
The Herald and News is always '
starting something. We never hear J
the last cf a thing when we start it. '
Don't you think it is keeping it in the ^
limelight; We think we know how,
to advertise. That is our business. ,
Get in. and "kwitcherbelliakin." ;..
Miss Mary Wicker, formerly pleasantly
of Newberry, now the same of
Florence and we hope for the early ^
future of Newberry, spent several pj
days here this week, giving gladrfess
to the hearts of relatives and friends
and dispensing sunshine to all. It ro
hadn't been so great a while, but it
did seem an "awful" long time since p1
we saw "Miss Mary."
Mr. Harry Vigodsky returned last ye
Saturday from the Baptist hospital v(
after undergoing operation for re-:
moval of tonsils. j p?
A lady visitor was in Newberry el
Tuesday to inspect tombstones for da
names and epitaphs in the old village
cemetery. She was looking for cer- X<
tain names specially. It would be a in
? ~ s\ r.? nrir o v
good tmng II some persuu ui outiti,?
should clean the grave stones and
copy what they could for future ref- in
erence as a matter of important old in
time local history. Some one its al- H
ways coming here for just such in- la
formation, and they nnd it hard to tl<
Mr. F. H. Campsen went to the v
Baptist hospital Sunday morning and ^
stood an operation Monday noon. He
writes home that he is doing as well ?
as can be expected and will have to
stay there three weeks. How will he j
manage to stay away from his peanut e
parcher so long? He'll be like an eel
out of Scott's creek. j C<
Mr. and Mr,3. H. F. Addy and Mrs. j
J. W. Spence and sons of Columbia;
spent Sunday in Newberry with Mr. j
TV H. \T. Bisrbv. optometrist, who FI
examines eyes, fits glasses and dupii-;
cates broken lenses on the third floor;
of the Exchange bank building, as per
advertisement in The Herald and y.
News, to which we call your atten-i
tion, has at his office the model of a;
power plant of his own invention, j
It seems to us to be a good trick.; C<
This miniature "station*' shows what,
could be done with such a plant on a j
larger scale in the way of pumping.
water from a creek or any small reservoir.
We knew Dr. Digby was a,
i i:? ?.p i .
good one m ms reguicu une ui uuji-|
ness and in other ways, but were not
prepared to find him as an inventor
of such a useful pumper, which, if he
should push to a successful termination
may revolutionize the water
power industry of the country.
M iss Edith Wilson, student at!
Greenville Woman's college, came!
home Thursday to spend the summer, ~
There will be a game of baseball
Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock be-1 __
tween West End and Union at West if
Eastview park will open Saturday,
night. This beautiful park of the |
Mollohon village people will be a!
scene of brilliancy on this occasion yy
which will usher in the pleasures of
the season. Feel the delightful
breezes advertised, hear the good mu-:
sic promised and experience the good
times mentioned in advance. ; ~
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A game ol oaceDan win oe piayeu
on the Mollohon diamond between
Mollohor. and Lydia Mills Saturday (
afternoon at 4 o'clck. We are told
that a great game is to be expected.!
It speaks well for home talent' ^
when it is used locally. Case in j
point: Prof. S. J. Derrick to deliver;
the commencement address at the;
Another grand time will be thei
rule at the opening Saturday night'
of the fine Willowbrook park, which j
will sustain its reputation for capa-j
city to bring enjoyment to hundreds)
by its pretty surroundings and by its
enlivening aiis from talented musicians,
and in other ways you will find
out by being on hand.
The Ladies Missionary society of
Colony church will hold its week of WI
prayer service Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. Sermon by the pastor and an
appropriate services by some of the in'
ladies. The public is cordially in-,
Ail alumnae and former studen:
the Woman's college. Due West, ?:
? are invited to attend a meeting a
e residence of Mrs. I. II. Hun
!25 Calhoun street, next Monday al
moon, May 29th, at four o'clock.
Mrs. F. M. Ewart and Mrs. T. C
annon of Charlotte arc visiting AIi
id Mra. W. F. Ewart
Mr. Jno. M. Kinard didn't arriv
e day specified?got home later?
om the Southern Baptist convcr
jn at Jacksonville, Fla. But h
me beaming, scintillating and rz
ating with the bright ideas from th
eat gathering, although we suspec
at .vhat we thought was the glow o
s dome from the Baptist fire withi
as reflected by the sun during th
laved day. If the reporter had nc
?en so uubv Lining tu g.CL a
ition nurse, cook and housekeepe
place of the temporarily disable
ie he would have "interviewed th
mtleman." You all know how Joh
nard can talk, and we are sorr
e had to miss it.
The whirligig: keeps in motion wit
e machinery greased, and it its nea
ne again for the drawing of a jur
?r court. See notice.
Mrs. J. P. Moon left Monday t
end the week with her parents a
Mrs. Oliver W. Holmes and bab
Fayetteville, X. C., are visit in
latives here. Her brother, Mi
ette Fant, met them in Columbi
lesdav with his car.
Col. E. H. Aull went to Xewberr
sterday.?The State, 25th, twent
The state and congressional can
lign opens in Columbia June 20 an
oses in Spartanburg August 25. Th
ite for Newberry is August 14.
Dr. C. A. Freed has returned froi
sw York after attending the meel
<r of the Xational Lutheran counc
id the West Indies' Mission board.
Mr. Lois Lovelace oT Richmond i
he city of his former home, visi
? his mother, Mrs. B. H. Lovelac<
is visit recalls the life time of h
mented father, the gallant and ba
3-<3carred Confederate veteran.
Mr. F. F. Freed of Waynesbon
a., is on a visit here to his brothe:
r. C. A. Freed.
emetery vases?The kind with th
fiat bottom and the spike which i
sunk in soil. Made of durabl
metal. These have pleased m
trade for two years.
owcr pots?Repotting time shoul
cause you lo tiiink of my cornplet
stcc-k. The whole pot family ar
ire hanging baskets?A pleasill
shape with moss to lint them witi
>mmelicement gift suggestions. Giv
practical gifts from fresh elea
stock. Vfe gladly suggest an J glad
ly show our wares.
5sfc?or misplaced sometime las
fall one Knight Templar uniforr
in suit ca$e, also sword case. Nam
R. H. King and initials R. H. K. o
same. If found please inforr
Thos. P. Johnson, recorder, New
berry, S. C.
anted?Lady or gentleman canvas
ser, to demonstrate and take ox
ders for "Klim." Royal Coffee Co,
5-2G-2t ltaw ?
ive you tried that deiicious peanu
butter mads by the Royal CofFe
Co.? 25c lb. Royal Coffee Co.
you like good coffee ?0 to the Roy
al Coffee Co. and get Fresh Roasi
ed coffee, Royal blend, 40c. Cro
mer's select "Peaberry," 30c lfc
r> 1 r?
anted at cncc?5 teanT'3 to hau
rock and sand at Country clul
building. One to two weeks work
apply at once. C. T. Summer
>rc Owners?We have a jjenuinWillard
Battery for your Ford a
practically as low a price as an;
battery. Let us quote you price
before you Juy. Mcliardy Mower
Upper Main Street, I'hone 300.
iilard Batteries for any make o
car. We can equip your car wit]
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a gexiuuie vviiictiu v u.i, j/i?x.
tically as low a price as any bat
tery. Get our prices or. the Wil
lard Battery before you buy.
Storage Battery Repairs and Ser
vice?we are equipped to repair
replace and recharge ail makes o
storage batteries. Have a fu!
stock of Rental Batteries. All re
pair work guaranteed for si:
months. Try our service and sav<
money. McIIardy Mower, Uppt
Main Street, Phone 300.
I. O. O. F. MEETING
Pulaski iodge Xo. 20, I. 0. 0. F.
11 hold regular meeting Frida;
4'ht, May 2Gtn. 8 n. m.. and confe
e Initiatory degree. All member
(1 visiting brothers are cordially
v'ited to attend.
CHAS. W. DOUGLAS,
i-j OPERA HOUSE
11 i PROGRAM
; Friday, May 26
, ! "THE DAUGHTER PAYS"
[ _ i Fex News
Saturday, May 27
2 REEL SUNSHINE
2 REEL SPECIAL COMEDY
2 REEL WESTERN
Monday, May 29
n "THE SLEEP WALKER"
n Constance Binncy
e Fo>: News
r Barbecue hash at my store Friday,
(11 26th. Geo. C. Hipp.
e! 5-26-1 tp
n FOR MAGISTRATE FOR TOWNy
J SHIPS I AND S
' I I am a candidate for magistrate for
townships Xo. 1 and 8 and will abide
" the rules of the Democratic party,
r W. L. GRIFFIN.
' 666 quickiy relieves Ccids, Constipa|
ticn, Biliousness ffiiti Headaches. A
? fine tonic.
Milch cc// and young calf for sale
v; che^p for cash. Cow gives .'5 1-2
! gallons. Anne 0. Ruff & Co.
S j 5-23-tf
a i Wanted?Chickens and eggs, highest
i prices paid. W. V. Bledsoe, Newi
Korr\- s n. 5-23-2t
. Pure Sun peas for sale at $2.00 a
^ i bushel. E. A. Shealv, Batesburg,
I S. C.. R. F. D. No. L 5-23-2t
,!Gcoc?year tires. See Hill Bros.
For sale?125 bushels of Clay's peas
j at S2.00 per bushel. F. 0. B. New
berry. A. B. Miller, phone 2904.
> | 5-19-1 taw 4t
. Wcrth Baseball Gioves?Well named.
: Show more value than any glove
i<5 seen this season. Leather lined,
f. j Genuine horse hide glove, $1.50 up.
" Gilder & Weeks Co. 5-5-tf
is Pure Pcrto Rica Molasses for. sale by
t. 1 Johnson-McCracken Co.
1 i .
3 Genuine Ford parfcs. Hill Bros.
r ! 5-2-tf
1 5 . _ a _ .
Carload fresh and heavy springer
: Tennessee milch cows at Scott's
pasture. Can be bought on cash
or time. Kavird & Lane. 5-lG-tf
Seed Corn, Woods' improved Golden
and White Dent, for sale by John*
Goldsmith Bails?$2.00. Guaranteed
1 I for two games, twice as long as.
e ! most $2.00 balls. Gilder & Weeks
* ! Co. 5-5-tf:
j : I
I "A n<i.%ViAls /.!ov ~r\ "Knell-1
J r or jtaic >u uu^n^is uw s
.1! els speckled peas, $2.00 per bushel,:
G! I"1. 0. B. Newberry. Cash with j
? ! order. H. H. Huff, Newberry, S. C. j
| For sals?5,000 bundles fodder/Sl.25 j
g| per hundred pounds. H. 0." Long,;
i.! Silverstreet, S. C. 4-21-31 ltaw;
1 Eg?s for hatching from pure bred;
I S. C. Rhode Island Reds. Owen J
e i Farm Strain $1.50 per 15. K. D.'
n! Smith. Phone 88 or 338-J. New-:
I-j berry, S. C. 4-4-ltawj
iFor Sale?Nancy Hall potato slips, |
velvet beans, fertilizers, farming;
it implements and calcium arsenate;
n^ for poisoning boll weevil. Farm-:
ej ers' Cooperative Association, Pros-;
n | perity, S. C., J. T. Hunter, agent.;
n! 4-3-81 ltaw
Chickens and eires wanted. We
; will pay highest cash prices'
i wire or write for ' prices. I
-! Owens Fruit and Produce
> Co., Tarnpa, Florida,
i That good mixed chocolale candy i
~! Saturday, 40c pounds. Gilder &
L i Weeks Co. 5-5-tf
! I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Magistrate l'er Townships
" Numbers 1 and 8, subject to the Dem-:
ocratic primary. If elected I shall
endeavor to perform the duties of the
; office in the future as I have in the
ipast, without fear or favor, and with
i fairness to all.
i: CHARLES W. DOUGLAS, i
b FOR MAGISTRATE FOR TOWN;?j
SHIPS 1 AND 3
'! I am a candidate for magistrate for'
1 - \*. i 1 O ?,;il
| lownsmps ?\U. i a/HJ o a;iu ?vm auiu-v
j the rules of the Democratic party. :
;: J. H. CHAPPELL. I
1 FOR MAGISTRATE NO. 4 TOWNh
s! R. M. Aughtry is hereby announc-'
' [ ed as a candidate for reelection as
; magistrate for Township "No. 4, and
_ will abide the rules of the Demcovat-:
f ic party.
 FOR MAGISTRATE NO. 4.
I announce myself a candidate for
"(magistrate of No. 4 township, sub-.
iaz-.f f r, -l-iz-i T"1 urn ru* r Q f i ( nviniJli'V.
J ^ C I \J UIU J v. A I Imtm*. ? c* v ? w y .. ,J
J. ERNEST YOUNG.
FOR MAGISTRATE FOR NO. 9 j
f I hereby announce myself a candi'
date for magistrate for township No.'
" f> of Newberry county, subject to the
^ rules of the Democratic party.
e J. L. BOWERS. Jr. !
FOR PROBATE JUDGE
j I anounce myself as a candidate
for re?]ee'.ion for the office of Pro[
bate .Jud^e and will abide the result
of the Democratic primary.
W. F. EWART. |
- FOR MAGISTRATE FOR TOWN-'
/ SHIPS I AND 3
I am n candidate for magistrate for
j town.-.io!ps No. 1 unci 8 and will abide
the rules of the Democratic party.
W. S. JONES, j
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I ?4.00 white Sli]
95c Boys' Khak
Men's heavy v:>
Men's work Pai
Mpn's Xrlr* wfii-l.
; Men's $20.00 S
Men's .$1.25 dr
I Men's $2.50 dr.
Men's $2.00 Sli
Boys' $7.00 Sui
Closing out pri(
Prices you won
One table Ging
ou? sale price
One table dress
closing out sale y>
Millinery at ha
40 inch Crepe d
$1.25 Shirt Wai
We have thousa
3rd Floor Exchange Bank B
Broken Lenses Duplicate*
Meat and Has
Friday and Salurda
Delivered any whe
JLia V4AV viwy
J. R.. Thornto
P.ione 329-J One-it!
Waterman Fountain Penc
Waterman Magazine Pcncilf
Ingerscli Gold Filled Waid
Either would make a nicc Co
Come let us show you.
P. E. WAY, Druggis
"A Good Drug Store"
Newberry, S. C.
ppers and Oxfords, s
:i Fants, sale price, j:
eight Overalls, closi;
its, .$1.50 value, salt
r Shirts f: nsin p* nnf <
iUi'ts, closing out sale
ess Shirts, closing" 01
ess Shirts, closing 01
irts, closing out sale
ts, closing out sale p
't see again soon wh
:harns, Curtain Gooc
. Ginghams, yard wi
If price and less,
e Chine, most all col
sts, closing out sale ;
aids of other bareair
?xt Door to Mayes E
J A Toy
I '[he real sir
Z bv the
Our last :
i A To^
: We invite
3 |j over your
re with the ?
then, you t
n cial instituti
S!. besn no gr<
ers it servec
~ forges ahea
S The Bank Hi
Jr.o. M. Kinard, Presi
Floyd Bradley, Asst. <
C. W. Sanders, IJookk
Jnc. Flcvd, Collector
at / r.^ro. mv wmr tiHWPNWtri
V/. GUSTAV HOUSEAL
Office Exhange Bank B
2nd Floor, Rooms 212 a
f Office Hours: 12 to 1 O'ci
and 3 to 4 O'clock F
Oiher Hours by Appoii
Residence Phone I
Office Phone, 66.
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;ale price $1.00 *
O 1 V? fiQiT' I
'an u?/v _
ig- out sale, pair 85c
: price, pair $1.19
i $15.00 jjl
it sale 89c
it- sale $1.85 A
rice $4.98 9
10c, 13c, 23c and 33c ^
on these are gone.
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is and Chambray. Closing <
8 l-3c yard I
de Percales and Cheviots, I
12 l-2c yard I
lore, closing out sale price,
RZr I m
is. All goods must be sold. fl
iook Store) ^jjj
7" I j
vev of Strength. , JH
.?iL _f - ! i. -tl!
eiigiii ui <t udiih is juugoi m
statements it makes. J
statement showed us as j
wer of Strength ^ 1
tills community. ^
you to come in and talk fl|
officials of this bank,
nr> maw wish ffi allv M J
V/V-r J JLJLJk, J V V AWA* ? J j w
ch this powerful finan- J
on whose growth has
sater than the custom3,
never forgetting, for Hj
, that the bank that W|
.d must be ^
a t Always Treats You Right 4
>mmercial Bank I
dent J. Y. McFall, V. P. & Cashier |ffi
Cashier Jllo. M. Kinard, Jr. Asst. Cashier
:eeper Miss Til?a Wecl, Bookkeeper '|S
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, Attys.
________ ???______ Ja
uricm wm m
I will open my office for privato
M D \
'' ' ' ! practice March 27th. Practice con- 2
uilding fined to consultation and office work.
ock P. M | Office hours, S:00 A. M.- 12:30 P.
M. j M.; 2:00 P. M.-5:00 P. M. and by ap: V
raiment . pointment.
JOHN E. SETZLER, M. D. ^
. 502-503 Exchange Bank Bldg. r>