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\ PURELY PERSONAL
The Movements of Many People,
Newerrians and Those Who
Leslie Bros, left Tuesday for Pembroke,
Va., to cover events for Fox
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Duncan and S.
B. Duncan, Jr., of Savannan have
been spending a few days bore as
guests of Mr. Tom Jones and Mrs.
T. C. Stewart. They motored from
Goergia to South Carolina to spend
Mr. Duncan's vacation with relatives
and friends and found the trip very
pleasant, as they report splendid
roads all the way from Savannah to
Columbia by way of Augusta. Mr.
ic ^ rpr?r?>s??ntative tf Ste
JJ'Uiivatt *^ v% -
phen Putney Shoe company, sowing
the celebrated Battle Axe brand of
shoes, and has been on the road for
about 16 years. After spending
three or four weeks in this state the
Duncans will return home.
Editor Wallace of the Observer returned
from Spartanburg Tuesday,
his brother, Mr. Robert G. Wallace,
now being at home from the hospital
with the family, arriving the first of
the week. Mr. Wallace has improved
very much since his operation and
continues to improve, although he
has 'to keep to his bed for a while.
This, like Dr. Pelham's caS'?, is remarkable.
Both men were in a very
critical condition and their recovery
is a great victory for the medical
and surgical profession.
Mr. Henry Swindler and family
motored to Greenville Sunday to see
his mother, returning on Monday. ;
Dustin Farnum 'vi1! show you
"Strange Idols" again tonighr, TharsHnv.
with the home scenes at the op
era house. "The Sagebrusher,"' fea-'
turing Hoy Stewart, Fox News and
"People and Scenes cf Newberry,",
will be the great attractions Friday.:
And on Saturday William Duncan
will be iji the second epsioie of "The
Fighting Trail," with other pictures
on the program.
Mr. Lewie Lane, who is :>n his vacation
from his telephone' duties in
Washington, hasn't becm >n "his old
home town" in ten years; consequently
and naturally his many friends are
glad to see him. His father before
him (the late William H. Lane) was
a very popular citizen of Newberry;
prominently descended and connected,
havnig married the former Miss
Lula Langford, long since deceased
after the death of her husband and
her later marriage to1 Mr. Jas. F.
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Freed, Mrs. E.
R. Hipp, Mrs. J. 0. Willson and Mrs.
Homer Schumpert motored in Dr
Freea's car to the Summerland school
Monday afternoon and spent the
night and Tuesday in the neighborhood.
Mrs. Willson had been invited
to sing at the school and she graciously
accepted the invitation to the
" "* * * ' "? T_ 1
deligftt 01 tne assemoiage.
Tom Bates, a colored man between
75 and 80 years old, died Monday afternoon
on Mr. R. G. Wallace's place
where he had been living for 25
Major J. F. J. Caldlwell left Tuesday
for Asheville to spend a while
in that healthful and invigorating climate.
Another treat will be given at the
opera house again tonight, Thursday,
and Frdiay in the moving pictures of
Newberry scenery, buildings and peo-rvia
Son i-P von rpcnp-nisp vourself
and your friends.
If the new Commercial bank building
shall match in attractiveness and
stateliness the new Harrington street
residence now getting the finishing
touches preparatory for occupancy
by Mr. H. B. Wells and family, it will
indeed be another ornament to ihe
city; and we think it shall. Don't
^lose the point. There are other
handsome structures in Newberry,
some nearing completion; but the two
buildings specified are "made over,"
and we meant to say that if the old
house on the corner fron\ which Mr.
Moon had to change his last quarter
'U PAmwiol-ziiol VinnV Cllf Vi?
V\ lie li L11C WiiUiitivioi k/M?? - M.w
goat shali be changed into a thing of
beauty like unto the beauty evolved
from the old house in Harrington
street into the new, the ornament
will be striking, in proportion.
Scenes incident to the departure
from Columbia Monday by the squad
of boy scouts for Washington with
a message to President Harding from
Governor Harvey and Mayor Coleman
were caught for Fox News by
Cameramen Gordon and Irvine Leslie
"on the spot."
Miss Bernice Nee! of Winter Park,
Fla., is spending a month in Newberry
with her sister, Mrs. Thos. F. Math
Those were fine tomatoes of different
varieties brought in by Mr. Walter
I. Herbert this week. Mr. Herbert
is an all-round farmer and cit17QT1
Capt. E. E. Stuck, state dental surgeon,
went to Camp Jackson the first
of the week with his equipments.
Doc Stuck will "treat 'em right," al
though they may thi:nk it rough some i:
times. ; a
Mr. J. T. Danielsen4., who lives over r
the fire department, .=;ays that phone 1
113 is for fire only, so please remem- 0
ber to ring 113 whenever you have h
business with that department, ei- t,
their in sending in an aferm or other- n
wise. But Mr. Danielsen* will be glad a
to answer calls in a general way for 1<
anything not connected a*ith fire or c
fire business if you ring 3 5 3. Ke will tJ
even go out and look up the person V
you call for over the pho.Oe, which t1
is very accommodating and .ought to fi
be appreciated; so don't give an fc
agreeable man any extra trorble by w
ringing the wrong number. a
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We wnnesseu a cuiuicu meui?.iubv
by Probate Judge Ewart at his of- ii
fice Wednesday afternoon at 1 "vv
o'clock, the parties beine Harry jo
Cleklev and Norma Rook. Before,
performing the cereminy the judge a.
stood at attention in the front en- ti
trance to the court hons?? while the n
expectant groom had gone on a, b
"March to Norma." He didn't have jo
long to wait, however, as Jlekleyj
soon appeared with his bride-elect.! tj
In his impressive style Judge Ewart b
declared them husbmd nnd wife and b
nnp*ratu!ated the couple. Wc- have tl
heard housekeepers give Norma ajc
fine name as a good cook, etc., and ! t<
as Harry has been for the past twen-' ii
ty-six years connected with the New-!
berry cotton mills as carpenter, j S
brick mason, etc., he ;nust be a gcod; n
hand and man. I s<
The attractive ltitle sign catching |s
the eye as one enters the front to the
right door of the entrance at the cor-;
ner of Boyce'street fronting the Ho-;
tel National looks so much like "0.|E
Kleitner" that one has to read it v
closely to know better. The letters ii
run together like this: TheOKletter-; c
Shop. The sign is all right. It d
claims attention. 11'
Miss Helen Haigler of Salisbury, r
N. C., is visiting relatives in Xew-'v
berry. ; c
Mr and Mrs. Witte Scholtz and,0
three children of Charlotte, accom-jc
panied by his sister, Miss Frances t
Scholtz. are in Newberry visiting Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Summer. ' . n
Mrs. A. C. Welch and daughter,:}.
Miss Linda Welch, win leave toaay, 0
for Hendersonville to spend the bal-lo
anee of the summer.
Mrs. Hallie N. Greneker, after at
pleasant visit to her sister-in-law. |
Miss Carrie C. Greneker, leaves to-:
day for her home in Edgefield, via
Greenwood to spend a day or two
I with her brother, Mr. W. H. Nichol;
son. j a
Policeman J. C. Inabinet killed a c
mad dog early Thursday morning. He i1
was first attracted by the dog near!*
the overhead bridge and followed it; J
to the corner of Boundary and Col- r
t-ivoofc -\i'Viori lip killpd and senti?
OW WVlfCj v ? ? ? (
it to be cremated. jv
! Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Tenny le ^
.Tuesday for Atlanta, after a very'^
i pleasant visit to Mrs. Tenny's par-i ^
ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Spotts. They'^
, will be in the Georgia city for a .
while. j ^
| Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kmard and his;_
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: sister, Miss Ethel Kinard, of Augus- _
J , i p
,ta were in the city Wednesday and^
Thursday. Julian is secretary of the
Southern Press Cloth Manufacturing ^
! company, sole manufacturers of S. R.:
M. "quality cloth." The many '
friends of "Jule" and his relatives
, were glad to see them.
Magistrate Chas. W. Douglas had i
: five colored boys, l-anging in ages ^
! from about 13 to 16 years, before!
him on Tuesday for assault and bat- j j
tery and concealed weapons Sunday. U
They were C. B. Abrams, Cole Wil-J
son, Fred Boozer, Eugene Cleland'r
and L. W. Daniel Young. All pleaded
* ' 1 2. '
guilty: Aorams ana v> usuii lu <t?- r
sault and battery in throwing rocks, j-'
and Boozer, Cleland and Young to j
carrying concealed weapons. The first c
two paid fines of So, the rest paid
$20 apiece. . c
Capt. Eugene E. Stuck is in good j
company with Maj. Isdaore Schayer,'
Capt. Augustine S. Weekly and First
Lieut. Ernest W. Sheppard of the!
National Guardsmen, medical de-!,
partment, as annuonced in The State
In the write up from Leesville of r
; the termination of the Lutheran sum- j
i mer school as reported in Thursday's e
State we read: ''Interesting featuresi v
of the session were the addresses ofj
,Dr. C. K. Lippard, returned mission-: L
ary from Japan, and Dr. S. J. Derrick j
of Newberry college. Dr. Lippard ^
presented the cause of the Lutheran f
seminary in Japan, while Dr. Derrick r
spoke on men's work in the church." ]
Rev. E. A. Goodman of Xewberry
college led the teacher training class- ;
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Rev. H. J. Black, president 01 c
South Carolina synod, will preach at ]
Colony Lutheran church next Sunday s
morning at 11 o'clock, the usual hour J
i for service. t
Mrs. Thos. H. Pope and son have e
returned from visiting relatives at i
[Kinards. j \
About 4 o'clock Thursdav mornt
;ig' Policemen Inabinet and Foy saw ]
car coming down Main street and J
unning over the* red flag poie near i
>r. W. G. Mayes' drug store. The <
fficers tried to have the driver stop
is car, but the louder they hollered
ne faster the car sped. They deterlined
to locate the car and immeditely
set out on the "trail," which
jd them around by the Xewberry <
otton mill and up into the city, i
hence out east until it ended at Mr. ]
v*. W. Caldwell's car house about <
>vo and a half miles distant, the of- <
cers walking all the way, the trail
eing easily followed owing to the i
? ??? /le rmvmnnt of Ham- /
fv i wauo. v . v
ges Chief McCarley did not docket J,
case against Mr. Caldwell, who was i
1 town at that early hour on his <
ay to the mill in a hurry with some
f his people. }
Mr. John Baker will pay the dam- ]
?es resulting from the breaking of <
le post and globe near Mr. Klett- \
er's store in the white way district ]
v his truck which was driven by an- (
Many ladies will not take the )
rouble to enroll unless the books are ,
rough: to them. We are requested j
v 5i vnrpr in Ward 3. club 2.. to ure'e i
he enrolling' committee of that ward 1
iub to see that the book is carried <
3 the women voters for their enrolllent.
Mrs. G. W. Summer, Miss Grace ,
ummer and Carol and Earle Sum- :
7er motored Thursday to Hender- ,
onville and will spend a month or .
ix weeks at Carloina Terrace.
Miss Mab^! Callaham and Riley
achman Shealy were united in holy
,-edlock on Tuesday morning, 18th
nst., in Mayer Memorial Lutheran
hurch. The cerem-ony was conucted
by the Rev. W. H. Dutton in
he presence of a number of near
elatives and friends. The occasion
**as one of sacred association and
f simple beauty. Upon conclusion
f the order of marriage the young
ouple left by auto for their bridal
The bride is the popular daughter
if Mr. S. L. Callaham of the Mollolon
village. Mr. Shealy is the son
f Mr. Earl Shealy. They have the
ood wishes of their many friends.
IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE
Of Mis. Vera Taylor Cook
"Gone bat rot forgotten."
For the last three months life as
Imcst been a terror to me. My ,
hit"? b'os-s'ng was snatched away
rom r-e on April 13th, having only
'in months of joy as a lovely comip^ion.
I cannot express how i:u
niib.ting my liffe shas been since
le!'.f Vera le'l me. You can ask those
irh.o ha\e carried., their all co Tne
Ye>, dear friends, you may think
ha- y<m hrvve heavier trials and seeror
leases than this, but never will
rod's voice speak louder to you rhan
n such trials. It is the loudest
:nock that can be heard at the door '
if your heart. But I must not comilain
with the dealings of 0i2 Who
tever does wrong.
T?m: storm of her life is ended and
w:H bear the bitter pangs of =epration
and D3 comforted with the
.-./ ] +Virtii<yht fr> Vrinw fhnt she "is
tot dead, but* sler>peth. No, she is
dear, but liveth.
sc.. she 's i;ct dead, the one of our
?ut gone into that school
Vhere she no longer needs our protection,
Jut Christ, Himself, doth rule.
n that great cloister's stillness and
guardian angels led, /
Jafe from temptation, safe from sin
She lives whom we call dead.
Sidney S. Cook.
FIVE PULPITS VACANT
)nly Three Regular Pa-?f.ors ia
. ft: te.
'.I . c'-.v. ood. July 17 ?/ )!Io v:::g
;f- ei .* ' 1 ocer.t resignations,
v -'i \-:M :n a short tinii b: h?f; ^i:hj
? . v :rnr city church?s hap:ru- ro?-j
ilar pastors. The resignation of the
lev. John T. Young- yesterday from
he pastorate of the Associate Reormed
Presbyterian church will
nake five city churches without reguar
The First Baptist church was l"ft
vithout a pastor by the resignation
>f Dr. j R. Jester, who a-icvp '.* <] r.
all to Winston-Salem. The First
5resbyterian church has been without
i pastor since the resignation of Dr.
p r.i'oon riv A .7 Rower?, nas
or of Immanuel Lutheran church, (
ixpects to return to hi., former home <
n Newberry. The Christian church
las been without a pastor fo: r^veral 1
DARLINGTON MAN I
FACES MURDER CHARGE ,
Coroner's Jury Holds Paul Council j
For Murder of Lee Sanford
After Affray on Streets
Darlington, July 17.? 1'aul Loun:il,
a plumber, is under arrest, fac-.
:ng- trial on the charge of murder fol-,
[owing the shooting of Lec Sanford
:>n the streets of Darlington at 5 F
/dock Sunday afternoon.
The coroner's jury, investigating,
the killing, returned a verdict to the p
?ffect that Lee Sanford came to his,
ieath as the result of gunshot !
rounds at the hands of Paul Coun-j
:iI- . I
Council, according to the testimo-(
tv at the coroner's innuest, had just
[ eturned from the railroad station'
Sunday afternoon and, upon reach-j
ng the square, walked into the Dar- ^
ington Drug company, where he pur-;
phased a soft drink. As Council:
walked out of the drug store with :he
drink in his hand, Sanford, who F
was sitting in an automobile with;
friends, asked him where he was go-i
ing. Council, according to the tes-:
timony, replied with an oath tnat it was
none of Sanford's business. j *
As Council approached his automo-j
bile and got in to drive off Sanford j
witnesses said, alighted from the car!
in which he had been sitting and ap-j
proaching Council asked for an expla- j
nation of the oath used. After a few ^
words Sanford, according to witness- j
ers, struck Council twice with his fist;
and started to walk off. Council, wit-!
nesses testified, then drew a pistol:
1 ' J Crtwf Arrl
from his pocKet, ana, wuue oaniw?.?,
stood holding his hands above his!
head and beggins, "Paul, don't do j
that," fired three shots, one bullet;,
taking effect. Sanford sank to the'
sidewalk and in a moment got up and
started to walk off. ,As Council saw
Sanford walking off, witnesses said,:
he turned and fired another shot,1
which entered Sanford's back, taking;
eiTect in the heart. Death followed:
before he could be moved.
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Council was under tne innuence ul
liquor, according: to eye wtinesses. j
The two men had known each other
for a long time. Council was immediately
arrested and placed in jail. !
Sanford was 40 years of age and
was employed by a local tobacco man
ufacturing company. He is survived <
by his wife and two children.
<$> A CALLER <S>
By Anna S. Pearsall j
Behold a stranger at the door?
'Twas raining hard as it could pour;j
He bowed and entered, sweetly
And shook the hand of every child. J
He asked about our health and crop;
'Twas growing late, he said he'd stop I
It seemed as if he'd met a friend, |l
And so with us the night he'd spend.1
He told of deeds which he had done,
Of laurels bright which he bad won,'
He spoke about his record'bright?
Had worked for country day and
He said he always helped the poor j
That often came aoout nis noor,
That sometimes he a drink would
But only for his stomach's sake.
He told the boys they'd soon, be men j
And what great things he hoped for
That they must keep the "golden
And always study hard at school.
When he'd be sleeping in his grave
They'd think of the advice he gave,
And be an honor to the state
By running as a candidate.
My little daughter standing near,
And on her face a look of fear,
"Please say you'll vote for him, oh.!
Or he'll hold an inqjust over you." j
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Mr. Borah is the chief objector in'
the senate. And goodness knows,
there is plenty to object to.
Lawyers may be necessary in set-'
tling disputes, but they make their
living by promoting them.
There are still a few people who :
really expect congress to pass a bonus
bill in the near future.
The present vice president of the 1
United States is named Coolidge, if
anybodv wants to know.
If you arc thinking of making application
to the Federal Land bank1
of Columbia this fall, see the undersigned
H. C. HOLLOWA?\
Sec.-Treas. Mt. Bethel M. i4'. L. A. I
N'ewberrv, S. C., July 20, 1922. I
7-21-tf U )[
baskets for cut flowers. Thirty-five
cents and up.
'j.intain pens repaired. I take a
great delight in making yon- good;
old pen act like now. Quite often;
a minor repair will rejuvenate,1
them same as the famed monkey J
gland docs the human.
'lower pots. If you are looking for ?
nice pots and varied sizes please come
in and see our pots.
. ! I
'ictures and diplomas framed. I j
want to frame the things you prize j
Hal Kohn. j
-ost?One purple silk umbrella on
College or Harrington street. Finder
please return to Miss Marguerite
Burns and rcceive leward.
Sirbecue hash Friday, .July 21 at
store. Geo. C. Hipp.
"cund?Shrine pin on fifth floor Exchange
bank building, by Jake
Wise. Owner may get same by
paying cost of ad to Herald and
News reporter. 7-21-11 !
ror Saie?Barber shop fixings, including
electric fan, at 1112 Mc-;
Kibben street, for $100. Razors:
and clippers excepted. Right man
can make $175 or $200 a month.
W. R. Hjunter. 7-21-ltp !
:or Rent?One large furnished bed
room or two rooms suitable for
light housekeeping, close in. All !
cohveniences. pply Herald & News :
anted?-T6acher with a first grade
certificate and experience for a
r\r\Q-+n-j/^Vior cphnnl Sstnto CllaVV
and experience. Apply to A. P.' [
Werts, Silverstreet. ' 7-18-2};;^
MR. JOE S
me uriiiuii i
will be here to tat
and help you to i
selection on Mond
i i ? j
I July Z4tn
Don't fail to drop
his line. No bet
K. U t
i 1 SPEC.
Best grade Ginghams, 32 ii
Sea Island, per yard
Men's Pin Checked Pants
Lot Boys Khaki Pants
i7 j_? i\T i, QU;
mens uvery uay nvm om
$1.00 Men's Union Suits, s]
36 inch Percale, per yard
Best grade Sea Island, per
Limit 10 yards U
Big Cut on All 1
New Lot Sport Hats Just
?i B P?'
Get Fresh Ones At
GILDER & WEEKS CO.
That's what a certain kind of
cut flower basket is called, on
account of the fact that a jelly
tumbler fits in them and
acts as me water retcpciititr.
I have just fifty of these baskets
which I am goinrf to sell
Thursday, Friday and Saturday?at
least I expect that
they will last about three
days. The price is thirty-five
cents, no mere ihan three to
a customer. If you have wanted
an inexpensive cut flower
U V J CW iiiVC.
:e your measure
nake a suitable
lay and Tuesday
> in and inspect
ich, per yard - 19c
~ " 9c
rts - $1.98
pecial - 59c
yard - 10c
3 a Customer
Arrived. All Colors.
OPERA HOUSE / t
Tuesday, July 18
Wednesday, July 19
"THE FACE BETWEEN"
Thursday, July 20
Special Judo Comedy
Scenes of Newberry
HREEN & GARRISON
Office Up Stairs
1217 V2 Boyce Street
G. E. CROMER
Over Bake-Rite Bakery
Broken Lenses Duplicated
| H. RLBIGBY
3rd Floor Exchange Bank BIdg
I Broken Lenses Duplicated
' For Sale?Empty 98-lb. flour sacks, I
' heavy quality. Bakerite Bakery.
Pure Porto Rica Molasse* for saie by
Seed Corn, Woods' improved Golden
and White Dent, for sale by Johnson-McCrackin
Co. * >
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Genuine Ford parts. Hill Bros.
For Sale?Tract of 100 acres land
No. .11 township and tract of 183
acres No. 4 township. H. C. Hollo
j Wanted?Job to do any honest work
I that a srood maan"can make a liv
ing. Address Moose Lodge No.
780, Newberry, S. C. 7-14-tf
Notice?The Prosperity Cooperative
association solicit! sealed bids for
the construction of a government
specified potato house1 of 5^200
bushel capacity. All bids to be in
the president's hands by August
15, 1922. G. D. Brown, Jr., president;
R. C. Hunter, Secretary.
Wanted?Two teachers for
Johnstone Academy schooi, term
locc ih-sn spvfn months, salary
of principal $80 and the assistant
$60 per month. For further information
write'and also file appli- /
cations with P. B. Banks, Newberry,
S. C. RFD.
AH parties holding claims against
Jno. 0. Koon's estate will please present
them to one of the administrators,
and all parties owing said estate
will make payment to one of the ;
J. H. WICKER,
E. B. SETZLER,
C. S. SUBER, *
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
I will make a final settlement of
the estate of Frances Mooie in the
Probate Court for Newberry County, 7
S. C., on Saturday, the 22nd da> of
July, 1922, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon
and will immediately thereafter
ask for my discharge as executor of
said estate. '
EBBIE T. MAYER,
Newberry, S. C.
June i4th, 1922.
Goodyear tires. See Hill Bros.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
I will make a final settlement of
the estate of Rose Eve Perry in the 7
Probate Court for Newberry County,
S. C., on Monday, the 14th day of
August, 1922, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon and will immediately thereafter
ask for my discharge as Administratrix
of said estate.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Rose Eve Perry, deceased,
are hereby notified to file the
same, duly verified, with the undersigned,
and th?se indebted to said
estate will plep e make payment likewise.
MRS. ELLA MOON,
Newberry, S. C., July 12, 1922. J
New is the time to plant Lookout
Mountain Irish potatoes. We have
just received a shipment and will
give you close price. Also have car Bpp
Pla/itr Qfrqn mnlrj<?<5P5 thai", will
I arrive Tuesday or Wednesday. Our , ifr'fj
| rvlces are always right. Bryson B$||
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P. E, WAY, Druggist J