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The Movements of Many People,
Newerriam and Those Who
"Who is Alf Mason?" you ask.;
Well, "Alf" is no kin to'"Walt" Mason.
Speaking about the greatest living
Newberrian, what of Pierce Goggans?
He looked like the biggest j
man in the motion pictures of the
Mrs. L. C. Jackson is visiting her
sister in Newberry county.?The
The Winthrop college club at the
summer school in Asheville, Miss!
Willie Mae Wise, president, is in a
fmm A she vile to The State
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of the 8th instant.
Mr. Cornelius ("Buck") Davis
came in Saturday night from the vocational
training school at Chick'
Springs to spend until next Monday,1
when he will return to resume his
course i dairying and bee keeping, i
He likes Chick Springs and the
Mr. J. H. West was in Greenville
on business Tuesday.
Misses Fredna Schumpert and
Mary Alice Subeij are at Adams Run (
visiting their college room mate,1
Miss Theodora Taylor, and having a
fine time swimming. There are good
places to swim in that low country
nlonfv nf -arotpr and thp VOUnff
ladies are getting expert in the art.;
having swam a half mile "right;
along" when last heard from.
Mrs. J. W. M. Simmons and Mr.'
and Mrs. Alan Johnstone, Jr., and
daughter, little Miss Lalla Rook, j
motored to Greenville Tuesday on a 1
visit to Mrs. Simmons' daughter, j
Mrs. Rivers Stone.
Get your stamps at the parcel post;
window and do not call for them at
the general delivery window, or any [
other window except where the sign I
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is as piam as the nose on your iace,;
right in front of you a little to the
left as you enter the postoffice door, j
Misses Sue and Ktity Mazyck, on
their way from their home in Char- j
leston to visit in Belton, stopped ov-1
er from Wednesday afternoon to
Thursday afternoon in Newberry to j
see Mrs. Corrie Greneker and Miss
Carrie Greneker. Their bright and
pleasant little visit was much enjoyed
and a.pprecisated by those of their (
many friends who had the pleasure !
of seeing them, "bringing back" the
good old days when the Mazyck, the '
Simmons and the Motte families so i
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iitrc-giy itiiu cucti/ivciji -j. w |
the membership of little St. Luke's ;
We will not allow "Hal" and
"Dood" to monopolize everything
connected with that new air fan at
Hal's. Miss Elizabeth B'rehmer, who '
stays in the store and is accountable .
for more of the beauty and attractiveness
of the place than if she were
.not present, is entitled to her share :
of regulating the fanning of the i
cool and refreshing little air wavelets
as they come rippling in.
TIT T niAY*v> -nmY-I4- f A !
lUl . IT. JU. U1CUU VTCUV UU Ui VV.41- I
ville the latter part of last week to
see his sister, Mrs. Hayne Ashmore,
and to accompany her to Gieer to
attend a family reunion at the home
of his stepmother, Mrs Frances Johnson,
near Greer. Mr. Glenn says the
people up there are not talking boll
weevil and that the corn and cotton
crops are the finest he has seen anywhere
this season; upland corn looking
like bottom corn.
Miss Julia Dickert has returned:
Miss Edith Henderson went to
Spartanburg last Friday to attend
the funeral of her friend, Mrs. Terrell
Jones, who was formerly Miss
Marie Poimer of Soartanbure. The
. funeral was conducted by Rev. W.
H. K. Pendleton, rector of the
.Church of the Advent.
Ray Gallman, who is assistant
Cu lier of the Planters bank, got in
his Dodge car Saturday and hied out
he said to Newberry, but really to
Frog Level, to spend his vacation
with his parents.?Abbeville Medium,
8th. Say, look-a-here, you Me-'
dium man, nobody down here calls it
Frog Level "no more," but always
Prosperity. "Frog Level" was all
right, as the place continues to be.
We wish some newly married couple
by the name of Level would move 1
there and call their first son "Frog,",
just to keep it alive.
Mr. H. L. Parr is one of nineteen'
A. R. P. men in various sections of
South Carolina and elsewhere who
underwrote the purchase of "Bon
Clarksen," at Flat Rock, N. C. It
*is said to be a most .beautiful place
and could not be reproduced for lees
than 5250,000. The Associate Reformed
Presbyterians got it at a
great bargain. The first payment of
$10,000 was made upon the transfer
of the property. The sum of $20,000
is due and will have to be paid
in two years. The place is incorporated
with a capital stock of $30,000
in shares of $100 each. I
Mrs. G. F. Clarkson went to Wali
halla Tuesday to attend the burial
of her sister, Miss Maria Ansel, who
died there that morning-. Mrs. Clark-;
son was accompanied by her son,
Mr. John Clarkson.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Cromer of Vic-'
toriia, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Cromer of Goodview, Va., returned
to their respective homes Wednesday
after spending a week with relatives
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Cottageville, near Walterboro, in
Colleton county, Mr. and Mrs. Paul<
Whitaker of Bamberg and Mr. and
,Mrs. Whiteman Whitaker of Williston
are visiting Mr. H. D. Whitaker
and other relatives in Newberry.
Mr. Wm. M. Taylor of Portsmouth.
Va., is here visiting his brother,
Mr. J. W. Taylor, and his sister,
Mrs. John Timmerman. He will
leave Sunday for Augusta to visit
Miss Marie Long will leave on
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?sunciay * v^oiuiiiuiui iu ivi c*
trained nurse at the State hospital.
Mr. Jno. T. Danielsen and family
and Mr. Bonnie Livingston mo-tored
to Anderson Monday to visit in that
city for the day.
Harry Taylor will return from
Anderson the week-end, accompanied
by his grandmother, Mrs. Metz.
Saturday of next week Congressman
Dominick and his two opponents
will discuss the issues at Pickens.
This Saturday in Anderson.
Next Tuesday, 15th, the county
candidates will assemble around the
festive board at Mr. L. C. Pitts'. Today,
Friday, at Keitt's grove. i
Mn>. J. L. Keitt, Mrs. C. T. Sondley,
Mrs. Xed Pure ell and Miss Helen
Purcell visited Mr. Joe L. Keitt,
Jr., at the Baptist hospital, Columbia,
Tuesday, and found him doing
well, everybody will .be glad to know.
Monday will be a lively day in
Newberry, the occasion of the state
When we mentioned in Tuesday's
paper that one week of Frank Davis'
vacation was go-ne in the spending
of two weeks on his chicken farm
amidst the poultry and eggs we didn't
know that ttiere was a fine little
new trirl in the home to attract and
claim his attention. The National
bank ought to give him another week
Mrs. George Reid of Dyson visited
Mrs. Jno. A. Lindsay Monday afternoon,
accompaned by their cousin.!
Mr. Reid, whose home is in Mississippi
but vho is a wireless operator
at the station in Charleston. He is
now on furlough. i
The many friends of Mr. Robert
G. Wallace will be glad to learn that
he is able to walk about the house,
after his protracted and critical illness.
We all hope to soon see him
.back to the busy life of the city,
fully restored and "clothed in his
ngiiu iicai 011 ami
Mr. William C. Ewart of Charlotte
is visiting his father, Mr. W. F.
Ewart, and other relatives in the
Tom Cooper, colored, hit Emma
Scott, alsp colored, in the head with
a stick Monday evening on the outskirts
of '.he city. It was thought
the woma t would die that night, but i
she regained and got all right again.
Miss Emily Melvin of Allendale, j
after visiting Miss Audrey Jones, willreturn
to her home Saturday.
Mrs. E. W. Watson, who was mentioned
here as being sick at the home
r\f V?ot cic+<ir MVc C. "Wprt<; is
now critically ill. Mr. Werts phoned
to Bamberg Tuesday night for Mr. ,
Watson, who reached Nerwberry
early Wednesday morning, having
come through the country in his car.,
Mrs. Watson is extremely low and
her life is despaired of.
That good and live-wire insurant
m%n, Jas. A. Burton, wants all the
flies in the city swatted, judging
from the swatters he is having dis-!
tributed. This is a fine idea and
highly commendable. Swat the flies.
On the handles of the swatters are
to be found, these words: Swat the
flies, and if vou are wise vou'll pat-'
ronize J. A. Burton, the leading in-,
surance agency in Newberry.
It pays to advertise. We can prove it
by Mr Henry Caldwell. He brought
in an ad for the "lost" column, and
even before the^ad could get in the
paper, that which was "lost" was
Mrs. M. J. Epting of Savannah is
visiting her sisters, Miss Mamie
Cline and Mrs. J. D. Wicker. ;
Mr. R. R. Bruner of Columbia was
in Newberry Wednesday on business.
Mrs. Cora Wiggers and sons,
Messrs. Roy and Harvey Wiggers,
spent from last Wednesday until
Monday at Chapin, where they attended
a large family reunion.
Mrs. Mary Nance Fair Richardson
has returned from a business visit
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to ner iormer nome m .itnens, s\ia.
Mr. J. M. Morris paid a business
visit to Columbia Wednesday.
Mrs. T. E. McCulloug-h of Columbia
is on a visit to he* sister, Mrs. J.
Messrs. Sim L. and Quincey Hendrix,
brothers of Lexington, on their
i . I
way to Due West, stopped and "pass-'c
ed the time of day" Wednesday with c
their good friend, Mr. Robert Rea-'r
gin. _ n
Mrs. J. D. Blair of Macon, Ga., is t
visiting her cousin, Mrs. T. F. Math
is. 1 h
Mr. H. L. Tobias accompanied his a
daughter, Mrs. G. W. Thomas, to r
Columbia Tuesday to see Mr. Thom-' p
as, who, we are pleased to say, is t
f AVIAITC Annritinn f
improving- ctiici a scnuu.i uj/v.it*uui. i
at the Baptist hospital. j \
Miss Blafiche Davidson, who is'
busy at Eastover preparing the bride ?
for the 1 ates-Mayes wedding, spent p
several days here and returned there t
Wednesday. Miss Blanche enjoys the a
finest of reputations as a connoiseur
of this particular art. The bride- i
elect is a niece of Mrs Frank D Mow- !
er, and Mrs. Mower will go to East- I
over come time before the wedding 1
which will take place on the 30th in- J
Mrs. T. S. Grier of Eastover is vis- t
iting her niece, Mrs. Frank D. Mow-i r
er. i I c
Mrs. T. M. Adair and her son, Clif-'s
ton Adair, of Clinton are visiting,
her son, Mr. W. E. Adair in Newber-! e
Misses Sadie and Mary Claire Mi- t
lam of Greenwood are on a visit to , c
their sister, Mrs. W. E. Adair.
Mr. Nicholas Mitchell, who once j
handled the nice business now nicely f
handled by Mr. Gus Metchicas, was \
in the city several days this week.'s
Ho has his headquarters in Colum-;
bia and is a traveling writer of in- ]
curance. Forty or fifty years from j
now Gus's bright baby J>oy, little c
Tim will be call ins: him "Old Nick," |
along with lots of other people, but i j
it will be only in terms of affection- L
Health Officer J. T Mayes, who r]
keeps his eyes and ears open to his
duties, says that not a single case
of typhoid fever originated in this
city this season. Those contracting
it caught and brought it here from c
other points. There is not much of j ^
any other sickness in thi>s city, not *
counting the diseases among older *
people and that are not contagious; 1
and there had been only about eight
rrxpz nf tvr?hoid uu to the time we ^
interviewed Mr. Mayes Tuesday. | This
is a healthful community.
The Calendar society of Central! I
Methodist church will meet Monday J
afternoon at 5:00 o'clock at the res- ?
idence of Mrs. Frank Lominack, r
with Mrs. Pope Buford and Mrs.
Forrest Lominack as associate hos- 1
Misses Mary Wicker and Marie
Moore are ia.way from their positions *
in Florence to spend vacation at (
their former homes in Newberry,
thp-ir .maiiv friends are de- ^
lighted to see them. (
Mrs. Frank R. Hunter has as her
quests her nieces, Misses Helen ^
Sease and Jessie Matthews of Clem- ^
ron College. One of the accomplishments
of these young ladies, so we:
have been told, is an expert knowl- 1
edge of the fine art of swimming, at '
v/hich they are able to be of benefit
to the 'ladies at Newberry's own *
swimming pool. *
Mrs. Earle Bullock and baby are.1
at her former home in Chapin to help |':
the family welcome the bride and I
grcom upon the arrival of the happy couple
from Hickory, N. C., where ^
the marriage takes place tonight, t
Thursdav. the groom, Mr. Alvin
Frick, being Mrs. Bullock's brother.!*
Mr. Bullock and Mr. Sid Clarke will i ^
leave Sunday for a fishing trip in the .1
Santee swamps. 1 Miss
Gtissie Sligh and Messrs. Tom!
Sligh and George Sorts will motor!
to Anderson Saturday and return on |
Sunday or Monday with Misses Re- j
becca and Claire Sligh, who have |
been visiting their sister, Mrs. Sut- J
Union service will be held on Sun j
day evening at 8:30 in the Associate:
Reformed Presbyterian church with j
the sermon by Dr. C. A. Freed.
Dr. G. B. White, president of the j
People's National bank of Chester
will deliver an address in the new
court house tonight (Thursday) on
^uilding and Loan Associations, at
half past eight o'clock. The publicis
cordially invited to hear this address.
Dr. White comes to Newberry
upon the invitation of the Kiwanisl
ana Victor Re<
Sole Agency for This Entir
lub. The hour for meeting of the
iub has been changed to 7 :o0. Immediately
the club adjourns the
nembers will go to the court house
o hear Dr. White.
Manger Bullock of the Xewbjrry
lotel, in speaking of the heavy rain
:nd the lightning of Wednesday
light, says he saw a colt from the
trevious storm strike inside the telegraph
office and thought from the
!are up of the ball that the office
va* froinp- to hp in flames.
Mr. Gilliam's Ford and a stranrer's
Studebakver collided on the
ublic square Wednesday afternoon,
>ut both cars were only slightly damaged.
Mr. Harry Dominick made a busness
trip to Columbia Thursday.
Mrs. H. H. Abrams and Mr. Floyd
Bradley left this, Thursday, on the
.2:30 train, the former to visit Mrs.
W. Taylor, formerly Miss Maude
Vbrams, in Asheville, and the latter
o Hendersonville for rest and recusation,
which we hope will be ben ficial
after his recent prolonged and
evere spell of illness.
Some voters have been say in# they
lid not see the card of Mr. H. H.
wans in the paper announcing for
he house of representatives. You
ee it now.
Mr. Joseph H. Hunter of the Interlal
revenue department, now serving
or a while in Pickens, spent the
veek-end here at the home of his
on, Mr. Frank R. punter.
JThera will be no ' preaching at
tforris church during the month of
August, as the pastor is away on vaation.
Mr. G. M. Shealy and son threshed
0,430 bushels of grain in and
iround Little Mountain.
Rev. J. L. Cromer, pastor of Mt.
rabor charge, will movd in- to the
>arsonage after the second Sunday
Instead of returning home immeliately,
Mrs. E. R. Hipp will accom>any
Mrs. J. 0. Willson and little
diss Mary Hipp Willson from Spar1
x ^ i-1% 4- 4- r\ T? 1 r\ Tir_
anDurg, exicnunig uie vish i-u Diunng
Mrs. J. W. Denning has returned
rom the sanitarium dn Chattanooga,
Jr. Denning having met her at Clinon
Wednesday. We are glad to re)ort
that she has improved, although,
ifter resting a week or so at home
;he will go to Columbia to continue
;he same treatment.
Mrs. J. 0. Sheppard and Miss Cher y
Saunders will return to Edgefield
Next Thursday, August 17th, will
>e Children's Day at Mt. Pilgrim and
jverybody is invited to be present.
Mrs. Talu Aull has returned from
rrsiting relatives in Auton and
Mr. R. Dan Wicked is in Atlanta
nsiting bis daughter, Mrs. Gordon
Blackmon and romping with his livey
grandson, Gordon, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom B. Wicker hive
oturned to Cckesbury from a visit
lere to her sister, Mrs. Dan Wicker.
Mr. Gus Dennis has returned to
lis banking business at Bowman afer
visiting his father, Mr. Tom Dennis
and family, while Mrs. Dennis,
ifter a visit here went to see her
parents at Campobello, and young
tfr. James Dennis returned home
a<st week from the summer school of
he University of North Carolina.
Mrs. L. F. Fischer and remarkably
inVht little dauerhter left Thursday
'or Wilmington; Del., to spend a
;veek, when, after spending the folHail
There are so ma
don't you believe it v
tn let ine write vou so
ance, which will cost
$2.00 per acre?
J. A. Bl
r & M. Si
.AS P I
Terms Mason <?
e Territory TERM
' lowing week in Philadelphia, they ;
will go to Westover, Md., to stay until
their return to Newberry,
COME TO THE FARMERS' AND
Which is to be Held at Newberry j
August 24 to 26, 1922
Everybody is invited to come and'
attend the farmers' and ministers';
conference which will be held in the
new colored school building beginning
Thursday evening at a o'clock
and ending Saturday, o:o0 p. m. The
conference is to be for the purpose:
1 - ... !
! of bringing the iarmers, ministers
and teachers of the county together i
| to discuss problems of interest which
confront us today and endeavor to
unite our efforts together to make1
'(Newberry county a greater county.'
Noted speakers from both races will
lecture to the people throughout the
1 different sessions. We hope that ev!
ery colored person will come out and
be benefited. . i
Yours for service,
U. S. Gallman,
G. E. Gregory,
J. C. Bedenbaugh,
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Wanted?To buy ten cords of pine \
wood. Anne O. Kulf.
Strayed from our lot on August 5,
j one red heifer, weight about 500
pounds. Hutchinson & Snelgrove.
i Telephone 38. 8-ll-2tp
Hal's Small Ads:
White tissue bells in many sizes for
t'he wedding decorations. ])on't
forget. Also some van-colored
confetti and streamers for throwi
, When you buy pound paper be sure
J you get a pound. My paper is
never packed in short pounds. I
buy full pounds and sell full
pounds. You get what you -think
; you are getting. See my east
j Speaking of windows: Did you ever
notice how often mine are changed.
Not for many days do we
j keep the same decorations. You
might enjoy window shopping at
Begin to repot those root bound
. ' plants. I have all sizes for you. I
Party things to please the most exacting
hostess. Glad to show our,
i things and no one is ever urged j
to buy here. Our goods do their;
i . own urging.
Hal Kohn. 1
I will give a first class barbecue Aug1
ust 22, campaign day, ,at Silverstreet
at my residence. J. M.
! Nichols.- 8-ll-3tp
ii untc. xx micicotcu in *tjl iiio,
Evaporators or Furnaces, see us,
we have them in stock. JohnsonMcCrackin
Co. 8-1 l-6t
3arbecue?At Hartford school house
Thursday, August 10. Cooked by
i by Mr. Chesley Blair.
m?\ lill ill I
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WE ARE NOT GOING
| OUT OF BUSINESS |
or are we going to move away,
but we can give you many bargains
in Cigars, Cigarettes and
CALL ON US
Anne O, Ruff & Co,
ny hail storms now
rould be a good idea
me Hail Storm Insuryou
from $1.00 to
. . il
)ur Line is the
is Cable Pianos
;r Pianos and
z Hamlin Grands
IS JUST RIGHT
For Sale?One good mule, one onehorse
wagon, gears, oats, pea vines,
corn, and fodder. Reason for selling,
quitting farm. C. M. Mathis,
Prosperity. 8-11 -Stp
For Sale?Fine mare, work in any
harness; J) years old; will trade for
cows or hogs. Andrew Shealy,
Prosperitv, R. F. D.
Money to Lend?On improved farm
lands at G per cent.; we can negotiate
loans on property in the town
of Newberry. See us at once and
file your application. Dominick &
Workman, Attys. 8-8-tf
For Sale?One good mule weighing
about 1000 pounds. Reason for
n: ' J ?*. 1 1T7:il
selling ner, uun i/ nccu net . ?v m
sell cheap for cash. T. M. Sanders.
Telephone 139 and 110.
I will give a barbecue at my home
Tuesday, August loth, county
campaign day. Everybody is invited
to come and enjoy good
speeches and a good dinner. L.
Clarence Pit'ts 8-l-5tp
Agents for The State. Will be glad
to handle t your subscription, new
or renewal. Gilder & Weeks.
For Sale?We will order mowers
and rakes cheap. See us right
away. Can get them in thVee days.
B. B. Schumpert Co.., Prosperity,
S. C. 8-l-4t
Barbecue?I will give a first class
barbecue at my residence August
14, state campaign day. Will sell
meat and hash, 11:30. J. M.
Counts. \ S-l-4t
NEWBERRY CITY SCHOOLS OPEN
The session 1922-23 of the Newberry
City Schools will begin on
Monday morning, September 11th.
The fetate law as well as the school
law, requires that all students be
successfully vaccinated for small
pox. Patrons are urged to 1 "e this
requirement met before th_ pening
A child must not be under six
years old to attend school, but should
a child have his birthday coming
within six weeks after the opening of
school he would be permitted to enter
at the beginning.
The superintendent will*be in hit:
office at Bounda t street every day
? Si. 1 Of V. -Pr.,-.W,
illiei OiiiuiuuVj .iuj;uat ?^un9 nuni
ten to twelve o'clock to meet new
students and conditioned students
and will arrange for examinations
and classification. Ar?l conditions
must be removed before promotior
FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the house of representatives,
and pledge myself to aibide
the result of the primary election.
H. H. Evans.
By virtue of authority contained in
the acts of the General Assembly ol
1017. natre 74. Section 27. I will eel]
to the highest bidder for CASH in
front of the Court House in Newberry
County, S. C., on Monday, Septomber
4th, 1922, between the houri
of ten o'clock A. M. 2nd four o'clock
P. M., the following' described property,
to wit: ' "
One Chevrolet Touring s Automobile.
The aforesaid property was seized
while transporting contraband liquors.
Said car said to be owned by
Dave Black and operated by him thf
day of said seizure.
Advertised this the 10th day of
CANNON G. BLEASE,
Sherilf Newberry County.
FARM LOANS NEGOTIATED: INTEREST
6 PER CENT
\ir_ a:~? 1~ ? t
vv e n exuviate ludiid uii laiin yiuyerty
at >6 per cent per annum payable
in thirty-three years on amortization
plan, with privilge of paying
in full after five years. No commissions
. HUNT, HUNT & HUNTER,
We Can Sav<
Remember our si
and we want yoi
are welcome at a
and see our disp
stoves, rugs etc. i
t > buy or not.
just call 47. W(
I I I i
J. J. Lang!
Successors to Buzhardt1317
OPERA HOUSE I I
Tuesday, August 8
"WHITE HANDS'-! M
Wednesday, August 9 "PRIMITIVE
Thursday, August 10
GREEN & GARRISON
Office Up Stairs
1217% Boyce Street
G. E. CROMER
Over fcake-Rite Bakery
EYES EXAMINED 4
Broken Lenses Duplicated
Get Fresh One* At
GILDER & WEEKS CO.
? ' V
i 3rd Floor Exchange Bank Bldg
Broken Lenses Duplicated ,
For Sale?Poland China pigs. See
Walt Buzhardt. 8-4-5tp
|! JUST TO REMIND
That anything in the
1 Jewelry line can be
[ Mayes Drug Store
Remember chat a "sick'' i
watch in your pocket is
jl a poor friend ana a
' loose diamond in your
mounting may mean a
I great loss.
For Promptness and
! Economy leave it with
i me. . ' 1
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i w. e. nni i
\T M J
; I OB money i
tore is your store " I
l to feel that you
.11 times to come
day of furniture,
whether you want
your next party
? rent card tables
fnrrl Pj sinn
Langford Furniture Co.