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The Movements of Many People,
Newberrians and These Who
Mr. Walter Ramseur, Congressman
Dominick's A Xo. 1 private secretary,
is in Newberry, keeping abreast
of the times and in touch with the
people of the third district. He is a
busy secretary of a busy congressman,
both of whom are "over the
top" in ability to discharge their duties
to the whole number of intelligent
citizens covering the area where
their popularity increases as the days
Mr. J. Campbell Bisseil of Charleston,
grand master of the Ancient
Free Masons in this state, will, on the
evening of next Friday, pay a visitation
to Amity lodge, No. 87, in the
interest of masonry in general. He
will be ioined in his visit here by Mr.
Geo. T. Bryan, past grand master.
Maybe now the marriage campaign
will be easier, although we see several
candidates strolling along.
Among the officers getting permanent
recognition by the federal government
to the South Carolina National
Guard is Capt. Claude C.
Smith, coast artillery, Beaufort. We
congratulate our former young
townsman, whose many friends and
relatives will be pleased at this selection.
And the same to Lieut. Howard
Danner of the Beaufort coast ar
tillery, as he married a Newberry
girll?Miss Marietta Langford.
The birthday party at the Baptist
church announced for Tuesday afternoon,
has been postponed on account
of the critical illness of a member
of the church.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Duncan of Fernandina,Fla.,
will arrive in Newberry
on the 17th of July for a week's
stay with kindred, then to Florence,
Orangeburg and Brunson, visiting
Mrs. C. R. Pitman, Mrs. H. C. Wofford
and Mrs. M. C Riser, their
daughters, returning to Fernandina,
Fla, after a month's vacation.
Abraham Gilliam and Herman Faysinger,
colored, for assault and battery,
paid fines in the recorder's
court Friday, the former $5 and the
The fire alarm Thursday night was
the result of a blaze in a small building
on the opposite Side of the street
near the fire department. It is a
very aged building, old enough to
grow moss and long since gone out of
style, occupied by Yancey Jones,
colored, as a shoe shop, the fire occurring
in the upper end of the
tvm?tlincr wliorA hnv sIpatts nri ji r?nt.
It was 10:15 Thursday ngiht when he
awoke and found a box on fire behind
the cot, and the blaze ana smoke
made a scene big enough for the
alarm. Firemen at hand immediately
put it out with hand chemicals.
Damage slight and origin unknown to
the sleeping boy.
Step up, lively, and enroll in your
club, qualifying for voting.
Mr. J. W. Wheeler and family
spent the 4th with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. ~L. Wheeler, in Saluda
Be dog-gonned if the girls don't
know just exactly how to fix their
dresses, etc., barely escaping the
speed limit becomingly and attractingly.
Judge and Mrs. Jno. Bach Bedenbaugh,
Dr. and Mrs R. J. Johnson and
Mr. R. H. Hipp, all of Pomaria, returrned
last Wednesday evening from
a motor trip to Hendersonville and
Mrs. C. F Lathan spent from Wednesday
morning until Friday evening
in Greenwood with her daughter,
Mrs. J. C. McLane.
Miss Willie Mae Cumalander of
Chapin extended her visit from the
4th until Friday afternoon with her
uncle, Mr. J. J. Eargle and family.
Mr. Metts Fant and bride returned
last week from their bridal tour, having
spent most of the delightful time
at Wrightsville Beach and Statesville,
N. C. They are now pleasantly
at home to their many friends at the
residence of Mr. Fant's mother, Mrs.
Mrs. J. W. Taylor of Asheville is
paying a pleasant visit to Newberry,
formerly the home city of Jack Taylor
and Miss Maude Abrams, as they
were popularly known before they
got married and Jack took his bride
away to live in the mountains.
Mrs. Hallie N. Greneker, after attending
the Women's Missionary convention
here last week, is extending a
visit to her sister-in-law, Miss Carrie
Mrs. Clyde Harris is visiting her
parents in Lancaster to spend the
summer, while Mr. Harris will live at
the college dormitory, to complete
his course at Newberry college next
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sligh of
Clemson spent the week-en^, in Newberry
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. T. Caldwell. i
Mr G L Mason has come to Newberry
and taken charge of the me-'
chanical department of The Herald
land News. He starts off well and'
j gives promise of pleasing. We are
: glad to have him. j
Prof. James P. Kinard, dean of I
j Winthrop college, says that "the en-;
j rollment for the summer school, including
county superintendents and
city school superintendents ann principals,
is 2,042." Additional teach
ers had to be secured, Miss Bynum in
penmanship among them. All available
space has been filled, and 400
applicants turned away.
The Newberry Country club of
Newberry was chartered as an eleemosynary
institution. Officers are: Z.
F. Wright, president; L. G. Eskridge,
; vice president; W B. Wallace, secretary
and treasurer.?The State, 8th.
A man can not put his wife's name
on the club roll?she has to do that
herself- Get right for the Democra
Governor Harvey, with Dr. S. F.
Killingsworth, grand secretary; Mr.
W. A. Hantske, deputy grand master,
and Mr A. B. Langley, ^rand lepresentative,
while in Newberry attendi
ing a meeting of Pulaski lodge, No.
20, Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
took supper Friday night at the
Jamison and Morris of Greenville
have already demonstrated the fact1
that the Commercial bank officials
knew what they were about when
' 1 i 1 1 1 XT. J. n +
. iney iei mem nave uie cuuuatv
their new bank building in this city.
He at once went about the work with
'the hand of a 'master and the struc:
ture will go on to perfection under a
master's eye. People are taking
great interest in watching the gradual
transformation of the place. We
hope the readers of The Herald and
News haven't forgotten the descrip'
tion we gave of the new bank building
in a recent issue.
Mayor W. W. Cromer has returned
from Hendersonville after snendinc a
brief vacation from his office and the
Get this into your heads, all ye
who keep asking: The club roll
,'books are distributed as follows: No.
' 1 at Hitt's stors, No. 2 at chamber of
comerce, No. 3 at the Exchange bank
'No. 4 at Jas. L. Aull Printing company
and No. 5 at Corley's barber
shop. And remember, after the 4th
Tuesday night in July, 12 o'clcok, it
will be too late to write your name
in thp hnnk.
Mr. J. W. McCain, Jr., has returned
from a vivsit to his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. MCain, at Waxaw, to
attend the summer school. Ke was
accompanied by his sisters, Misses
Estaline and Elgiva McCain to visit
their sister, Mrs. T. P. Johnson. These
young ladies have been elected to
the faculty of Louisburg seminary,
Louisburg, W. Va., and will begin
their duties next session, well qualified,
having been successful as teach
J Henry iddy of Columbia is spending
a vacation here with his father.!
Mr. W. H. Eddy and family.
| Mrs. W. F. Ewart has returned
; from a three weeks' visit to relatives
in various points in North Carolina. ;
' Miss Kathryn Jones of Augusta is
: visiting her aunts, Misses Sue and
Pawnee Jones. i
Mrs. M. B. Clisby, who has been
visiting her father. Colonel Marion
Davis, for several weeks, has returni
ed to her home in West Point, Tenn.
Edward M. Davis, who graduated
from Georgia Tech, is home for a
few davs with his father, J. M. Da
vis. before entering- the engineering
department of Fiske-Carter ConstrucI
tion company, Greenville, S. C.
Claude Lathan, Jr., of Greenville
spent Sunday with his parents.
Mrs. G. D. Long of Live Oak, Fla.,i'
j and Mr. Luther Hill of Los Angeles,'
Cal., are visiting their father, Mr.
W. A. Hill.
Misses Emily Hoof and Ruby Merj
chant returned last week from a vis- ;
it to Columbia.
j Mr. and Mrs. H. :vi. isryson, ivuss
Mary L. Burton and little Miss Dorothy
Bryson motored to Columbia:
Thursday with little Miss "Wee
Wee" Renneker, to meet the latter1
little girl's father, who came to take :
i her home. "Wee Wee," as she is af-!
fectionately called, has spent a de-'
lgihtful visit at the home of her!
grandfather, Mr. J. A. Burton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ed Bickley, Mr.!
W. S. Bickley and little son and Mr. i
T TV <T ^ x. /n rv C1 w A +Qnw/loir '
<J -VJLUIil ue O W illUlCI HIUl/UICU Ouiiua v j
, to Fairwold station, five miles beyond
I" Columbia, and spent the day with
' Mr Swindler's son, Mr. W. 0. Swind-'
Miss Lucy Epps of Clinton, after
j attending the missionary convention
here last week, remained over untilf
Monday afternoon with her sister,;
Miss Eugenia Epps. I
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blackmon
and little son Gordon, Jr., will leave
i on Thursday for Atlanta, where Mr.
RIackmon will resume his studies at
the Southern Dental college.
Mr. Jas. A. Burton, Jr., of Birmingham,
Ala., is making it extra
pleasant in the home of his father
and sisters by a visit. j
Mrs. W. P. Yonce and children of
Prosperity, July 10.?Marion S.!
Dominiek died suddenly Saturday (
night at his home about 4 miles below
Prosperity. Mr. Dominiek wasj
in Prosperity Saturday afternoon al-j
though in failing health, having been j
stricken two years ago with paralysis.}
Mr. Do mi nick was ~>0 years of age,
and was one of the most highly respected
men of his community. He j
was a consistent member of Mt. Pil-I
grim Lutheran church. He si surviv-j
ed by his wife, two sons, Webster
and Owen, and one daughter. Gene
veive, his aged mother, Mrs. Louisa j
Dominick, two brothers, 0. S. and i
E. L. Dominick, and one sister, Mrs.
Lula Werts. The remains were interred
at Mt. Pilgrim cemetery at 5
o'clock Sunday afternoon, the services
being conducted by his pastor,
the Rev. Mr. Cromer.
The lure of the open captivated a
group of young girls and boys Tuesday
afternoon when Mrs. J. C.
Schumpert entertained her Sunday j
school class in Hartman's pasture.'
The children enjoyed the pleasures!
of the water after which the hostess J
assisted by Mrs. J. C. Taylor of:
Batesburg served delicious ice cream
On July 4th the Sabbath school of
th<-> A. R. P. church enjoyed a picnic
at Young's Grove.
Death of Mrs. Mattie Hentz
Mrs. Mattie C. Hentz died at the
home of Mrs. Mary Weciaman,|
near New Hope church, Pomaria, on ;
Sunday night at 10 o'clock, after an i
illness of only a few days, and was'
buired Monday faternoon at 4 o'clock
'at Bethlehem church, service by Rev.
J. J. Long:. She was 7G years old. j
widow of the late Thomas Hentz, and j
is survived by the following nieces;
and nephew,, the nearest of kin:'
" ? t rii i p xt. . n it !
.virs. a. i. sneaiy 01 :\ineiy oix, aits. j
D. A. Livingstone of Newberry, Mrs. j
Jas. G. Brown of Newberry, Mrs. j
Jas. E. Counts of Pomaria, Miss El-1
oise Wedaman of Pomaria, Mr. Jno. I
D. Wedaman of Pomaria and Mr. W. j
E. Wedaman of Columbia.
Edgefield are on a visit to her parents
Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Zobel at Helena, j
Mr. R. G. Wallace is improving so'
'that the family expects him to leave:
the hospital within a week.
Mr. T. -N. Parks was taken sudden-j
ly ill Sunday afternoon and is in a!
??Iiss Lueile Dickert of Newberry;
was a bridesmaid at the Odom-Gillam I
weddingin Springfield, as reported in j
The State of Sunday.
Mrs. P. G. Ellesor assisted in the
greeting of the guests at the reception
following the Moore-Bolton wed j
ding in Greenwood on the 29th ult, j
and Miss Martha Vance Ellisor help-!
ed in serving the crem, angel food,j
cake and mints.
Mr. Roy Garrison, junior member,
of the law firm of Green & Garrison,'
is spending a two weeks' vacation |
from the vocational training school J
in Columbia. Mrs. Garrison is ex- j
pected to return to Newberry in aj
day or two from her extended stay:
in Bowling Green, Ky.
Mr. E. J. Green has gone to Ashe-j
ville to attend the criminal court,'
assisting in the defense of two boys.
charged with having robbed the American
Express company of $3,000. j
Mr. Green last week won his argu- J
ment belore tne supreme court in j
the case of Thompson L. Shealv and;
others, the co-j^t affirming the deci-l
sion of the late Judg:e Mdver. The'
case involved the construction of a
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Davis, formerly
of Newberry, were badly hurt by
riding in a motorcycle with a side carj
on Sunday in Columbia. Both are
in the hospital.
BORAH ASSAILS HIS OWN
PARTY IN THE SENATE
Fiscal Policy and Legislative Program
of Republicans Attacked by
Washington, July C>.?An assault
on the fiscal policy of the administration
and the legislative program of
the majority in congress was made
today in th?? senate by Senator BoraI'
Idaho. Ho declared
had tailed, except in!
' pcd degree, to relieve the!
J *U, 1 __ 1 1- - 'i
i. ji ui tut; ptupit: aim ..rial mere j
was ahead a program that would add j
to those burdens not only millions,I
but billions of dollars. !<
In that program, Senator Borah J
named the soldiers' bonus, which he|
calculated would cost from $4,000,-!
000,000 to $6,000,000,000; the ship
subsidy bill, which he said would cost
from $50,000,000 to $100,000,000 a
.vcui, vviiuc at l/JIL' SUJIie Lline I'L'ilCViTig," |
S'>'nc special classes of ?, i.-u^e parti
i?f their t>cs; the nropo =t. ! ?5.0)0,-.
000 loan to Liberia, and the bill to;
create 25 additional federal judges.
On Public's Nerves
"The fact is," said Senator Borah,
"thai the constant increase in gov-J
L'rnnient expenditures has reached
the point where it has gotten on the
public nerves, and the people of the
r iiiiiifw a vo hftoriim ino* Tn WlJUVifpSt it
in different way*?sometimes in the
ballot boxes, sometimes in strikes;
sometimes in riots and bloodshed, and
the first and prime duty ol' a party
which has the future of this country
in its charge is at all hazards to refrain
from increasing expenditures,
and if possible decrease them.
"If we judge the future by the,
past, we now have an indebtedness'
which it will take us more than 1,000
years to lift, to say nothing of the
constantly increasing burden in the
way of increased taxes from year to
year by reason of the increased budget,
and it is proposed in addition to
that which we already have to lay out
of hand an extra burden of from
four billion to six billion dollars
which it will take us 25 years to pay
Time to Prepare
"The time may come, and, in my
opinion, it is very likely to come,
when the United States will have to
^ ? ? * " ? ?" i Mn VMA AY
isiauu, a:s it ui uic .u<nnc vn
this question of preserving financial
civilization. The time may comet
when our reserve, economic and financial,
will have to be called upon
as our reserve of manpower was called
upon in 1917 and it behooves the
American people and the American
congress to prepare for that as we
would be prepared for the great conflict
which confronted us in 1017.
"The nation which will lead in the
IUIUIC, WHICH will LU1IUV.U ClliU WWiiXinate
will net be the nation of armies,
not the nation of navies, but the nation
of ecnoomic power, of prosperity
at home, of financial reserve, or.
means to take care of those things,:
and it behooves us, therefore, not
only by reason of the call which will
be made upon us here in this country,
but by reason of the condition
which surrounds us throughout the
world to conserve and reserve all the
economic and financial power that
we have in order to meet the exigency
when it comes.
Pursuing Dangerous Course
"The course which we are now
pursuing, in my judgment, the fiscal
policies which we are pursuing, will
prove more dangerous in the end
than a foreign foe. An independent
and self-reliant nation may undergo
the misfortunes of war, but their
character and their purpose win ultimate
triumph. But a nation whose
citizenship has been drugged and debauched
by bonuses, gratuities and
subsidies has entered upon a road
over which no nation ever ha<3 beaten
a successful retreat."
Now is the time to plant Lookout
Mountain Ir:?h potatoes. We have
just received a shipment and will
give you close price. Also have car
of Black Strap molasses that will
arrive Tuesday or Wednesdi'.v. Our
nrices are always right. Bryson
Grocery Co. 7-11-21 j
COTTON SEED MEAL AND HULLS
For sale at the Southern Cotton
Oil Company. 7-7-2t
Teachers Wanted?Two teachers for
Johnstone Academy school, term
not less than seven months, salary
of principal $80 and the assistant
$(!0 per month. For further information
write and also file applications
with P. B. Banks, Newberry,
S. C. RFD.
Bar'oecuce?Will serve annual bar
beeue in John P. Wicker's grove,
July 20. II. M. Wicker.
Royal Coffee Co. Fresh Roasted Coffee.
Dealers in tea, spices, extracts,
sugar, and fresh peanut
butter. We have added a quick
lunch iounter and will serve good
coffee of our own roasting, together
with your lunch. Give us a tri
al, ladies and gentlemen. Geo.
W. Cromer, Prop. 7-1-2;
Pure Porto Rica Molasses for sale by
That good mixed chocolate candy
Saturday, 40c pounds. Gilder &
Weeks Co. 5-5-tf
Seed Corn, Woods' improved Golden
and White Dent, for sale by Johnson-MeCrackin
Genuine Ford parts. Hill Bl'OS.
Goldsmith Balls?$2.00. Guaranteed
for two games, twice as long as
most .$2.0C bails. Gilder & Weeks
Goodyear tires. See Hill Bl'OS.
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P. E. WAY |
Iron, Shafting, P
Just received carload of Bar Iror
Just received carload of Shaf1 ag
Just received carload of Black at
Have en route carload of walvani:
Have full stock of Belting, Pack!
and Machinery Too. and Supplies.
823 West Gervais Street
1 o me i
We are now ready with oui
have the best mill that m<
build. v/e want your patr<
good honest v/ork, but rer
can make you good flour \
with wheat that is not dry.
good condition first and the
he does not give you good f
gagements for grinding. E
without having an engage
you will he disappointed i
J. H. WICKER,
Trtr^ndarf-" *?-'^ ;* - ?w . ,w? >si
rmr*ni i e nnAA
75c Broom, now
$1 Broom, now
25c Baseball Mitts,
50c Doll, ROW
House of One The
Maves Book &
iJound for Best
? Mr. Laminack will
Kash &. Kar
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$H * H 8 F?
For bale Mi
We have just receive
grade Top Dresser, and
our price before buying
ine r urc
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Ipe Roofing |
id Galvanized Pipe.
f.V i huui j;i^.
n2\ Pulleys, Valves, Fittings
Columbia, S. C.
r new Flour Mil!; we
iney and brains can ''
snage; promising you jC
nember that no mill
vith poor wheat and
Get your wheat in
n blame the miller if i x
lour. Make your en>o
not go to any taill
anient, for if you do, q
n ffiH 11-.rr vnur finur
11 5VHWI5 J
Oil MM !:
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IK SALE ?
now - 15c
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Steak. Why !
be "lad to serve ii
ry market ?
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:d a car of high
, . !t
[ ask that you get >
OPERA HOUSE if
Tuesday, July 11 Jgg '""U,
"THEY LIKE 'EM ROUGH"-?
Spot Light Comedy
Wednesday, July 12
Thursday, July 13
"SON OF THE WOLF"
Mermaid Comedy *
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES .
1 hereby announce myself as caniidate
for membership in the House |
f Representatives from Nwberry
bounty, subject to the rules of the
)emocratic party. *
Eugene S. Biease.
? * j:
I hereby announce mysen a canuilate
for the House of Representaives
from Newberry County, and
viJI abide the rules and regulations of
he Democratic primary.
W. B. Boinest.
I hereby announce myself a canlidatS
for the House of Representaives
and will abide the result of the
* W. M. Wilson.
MAGISTRATE NO. 11
I announce myself a candidate for
Magistrate No. 11 and will abide the
ules of the Democratic primary.
B. M. Suber.
NOTICE TO FIDUCIA1ES
All guardians, executors and adninistrators,
who have not made
heir returns for 1922 must make said
eturns this month.
W. F. EWART,
J. P. N. C.
J^tirr rur caip PFRSONAL
IV 1 l^L. v-/A v* * ? ,
PROPERTY OF JOHN O. KOON
On July 20, 1922, at the home of
he late John 0. Koon's residence,
;here will be a sale of all personal
>roperty, consisting of two mules,
>ne wagon, one buggy, farm implenents,
household furniture, two
vatches, one gun, etc. Sale will commence
at 10 o'clock.
J. H. WICKER,
E. B. SETZLER,
rtnpr*r o 1 nntCAM
ukl: .n cz uakrijuii
Office Up Stairs
1217l/z Boyce Street
G. E. CROMER
Over Bake-Rite Bakery
EYES EXAMINED *
? - ! c 1
Broken Lenses vupiicaiea
5rd Floor Exchange Bank Bldg
Broken Lenses Duplicated
All parties holding claims against i
no. 0. Koon's estate Hll please pre- j
ent them to one of the administraors,
and all parties owing said es1
^ 2 ? ~ ^ +1*. A
ate will maKe payment 10 one uj.
J. H. WICKER,
E. B. SETZLER,
C. S. SUBER,
Cherries in cream, chocolate covered,
special 50c lb. Gilder & Weeks
'or Sale?Empty 98-lb. flour sacks,
heavy quality. Bakerite Bakery.
Vorth Baseball Gloves?Well named.
Show more value than any glove j
seen this season. Leather lined. J
Genuine horse hide glove, $1.50 up.
Cilder & Weeks Co. 5-5-tf
State of South Carolina, County of
Greenville, in the Court of Probate.
Pursuant to a decree of this court
n the case of Mary F. Cleland, peti
ioner, as administratrix of the esate
of John Edward Wertz, deceasid,
vs. the estate of John Edward
Wertz, deceased, and Eugene Veriz,
1 will sell at public auction to the
lighest bidder in or in front of the
sewberry county court house, at
dewberry, S. C., during the legal n
lours of sale, on salesday in August,
he same <being the 7th day of Augist,
1922, the following described w
eal estate, to wit: "All that piece, S
jarcel or tract of land, containing |||
hirty acres, in Xo. G township, in
dewberry county, in said state, about
ight miles from Newberry county
:ourt house, on the Belfast road, M
>ounded by lands of W. B. Senn." ^
Terms of sale cash, purchaser to AI
>ay for papers and stamps. Pur- H
haser will be required to deposit B
vith the judfc of probate 10 per cent
if the amount bid, at time of sale.
FANNIE C. SCOTT, |
fudge of Probate, Greenville County, I