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The Movements of Many People,
Newerrian* and Those Who
Some tickets had to be thrown out
because the voters forgot or did not
know they had to drop all names'
from the ballots except the required
number to be voted for in any given!
Messrs. Henry Holley and Ernest
Thorpe of Aiken motored and spent'
the week-end in Newberry and re-;
turned to their homes with their re-1
spective families?Mrs. Holley and
little daughter Elizabeth, who had
been visiting at the home of her father,
Dr. J. M. Kibler, and Mrs.'
Thorpe and little son, Ernest, Jr.,:
who were visiting her mother, Mrs.
T. W. Holloway. !
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Secretary McDaniel goes aneaa
and does things; the latest, or about
the latest thing being a red arrow
on a sign pointing like a chautauqua
paver of the way to good times. The
sighn is up on the wall of the Hal-J
tiwanger-Carpenter store opposite
the store of the American Sales company
and reads: "Newberry Chamber
of Commerce?1 Block South.
Tourists' and Farmers' Information
Bureau. Let's get acquainted; you'll
like Newberry, and we know we'll
like you." A good theory to be put
When a man short-changes you
twice in succession you begin to
think you don't want to believe it
was intentional on either occasion. I
liv nnd then some, when a
V? Clltlun;, ..v.
woman sees a mouse she runs fromj
it or jumps from it; but we know a
young woman who is not afraid of a
mouse, or a rat either. She met a
house one earyl morning last week,1
and what she did was not to mount
a chair and grab in the sur undings,
but she grabbed up something and
gave immediate and lively chase to
that little disturber of most women's
presence or peace of mind. The
mouse led her a rapid run, as she had
to fight alone, the other woman in
the room declining instantly to have
a thing to do with the running battle.'
The lone woman came out victorious (
at the end of the trail.. j
"The Bat," to be seen here Novem
ber 24, is the sensation of the thea-;
tre world. Now in its third year at
the Morosco theatre, New York, its,
remarkable run came to an end on
Saturday night, September 2, the
next day after September Morn
walked down Broadway. With the
final performance of "The Bat", the
close of one of the most remarkable
chapters in the history of American '
theatres has been reached.
Ex-Governor Cooper and Mr. McCuen
of Laurens were in Newberry
Mr. J. B. Dominick got back to Ki- j
nards from Waynesville a half hour ;
too late to vote, but he'll be there j
Tuesday week while the voting'sI
There were in round numbers,;
about fifty Kiblers at the Kibler fam-1
ily reunion at Little Mountain Friday i
I Did you know there was another )
big bouncing baby boy in town?1
Tii/W r. V. Chapman knew it very )
early Friday morning?at 1:30 A.!
M. A new baby always has lots of;
influence in a community?somehow j
it seems to make of "dad" a more |
popular man; and that is why a new
"dad" acts so big. j
Mr. Wm. C. Schenck on Saturday j
brought his little daughter Jane from 1
Spartanburg, where she had ibeen left j
with Mrs. A. C. Jones, while Mrs. I
Schenck was at the hospital in Co-J
Mr. A. F. Bush is improving the
back premises of his property in various
ways, building, etc. We think
he is trying to make things down on
that side safe from the Scott's creek ,
surplus water which often branches (
out and sweeps bottoms.
Hal has given the Newberry libra- j
ry another picture to adorn the walls. .
Go .thou. j:
Douglas Ross of Whitmire has been j
awarded the vacant four-years scho- .
larship at the University of South j
Mr. E. T. Carlson and family mo- j
tored to Saluda county Sunday, tak- (
ing Mrs. Carlson's mother, Mrs. D. C. j
Smith home after a visit here. They (
were accompanied by Mrs. Smith's (
daughter from Augusta, Mrs. Robert ^
Wiley, who had come over to the
home during her mother's illness.
Mr. Horace Price, second driver <
for the Lime-Cola Bottling works ?
here, has moved with his family to s
rooms over The Herald and News of- j
Mr. Matthews has returned to his j
home in Ozark, Ala., after a visit to ;
his daughter, Mrs. F. R. Higgins, who t
and her husband are at the home of f
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hig- k
gins. He was a guest whom it paid .
the visited to keep, as "old pater- f
;familiaras" says Mr. Matthews cov- (
ered the front and back porches, readjusted
all the doors, trimmed all j.
trees and busied himself generally s
about the place. That he was well
impressed with Newberry and thinks
of making it his home some time in
the near future. J
Mr. J. B Gregory had been reading
in The Herald and News how easy'
it was to recover stolen rings and
other property when one knows how.
His wife was letting her niece wear
her wedding ring and the yount; lady
Miss Jewel Faulkner, has been very
careful with it. On Thursday of
last week as she went to wash the
rJieViocr 0V10 rmf tV>o vino* f]n\un iirtil iri
<J11V Jk/UW liiw A ***?> M*>vt ?*
fifteen minutes it had disappeared.
The only person entering the loom
within that time was a small colored
boy and it was clear that he had it.
He denied it, hut when Mr. Gregory
said, "All right, we'll let one boy
spend a night in the guard house until
we see what is to be done," the
boy upped immediately and said:
"Say, boss, I'll git dat ring right
now." As all that Mr. Gregory wanted
was-to get back the ring he had
given Mrs. Gregory several years
ago, he did not push the case.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bowers, Jr.,
J C1 ~ 'K rt D /\f ava/1 t r\
SHU O&Ult? UUWCI3 iliuoui cvi Lvy
Greenwood and spent Sunday with
their parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. J.
Some voters no dou:bt feel embarrassed
when the returns show onlyone
vote polled for certain candidates
at certain precincts; for why,
more than any one voter promised
those defeated candidates their support,
and if two or more voters
should each claim that he had that
name on his ticket there would be a
chance to clear up some lies.
I Mrs. R. P. Casey and three children
of Williamston are visiting her
father, Mr. T. W. Hutchinson. j
Misses Mildred and Louise Cromer
of Greenville, who had been visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. 0.
Stone, have returned home, their pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cromer
having motored for them the first of
i Some people' will take interest in
the county convention of the Union
Republican party of South Carolina,
to be held at Newberry Thursday at
12 o'clock noon.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Yeavell returned
on Monday from Ridgecrest and
September Morn was all right in
Mr. Williams Welch of Washington,
D. C., who is visiting his sister,
Mrs. Robert D. Wright, went to Columbia
last week to visit relatives in
that city. i
There will be service at St. Luke's
Episcopal church next Sunday afternoon
at half-past five o'clock.
Mr TflnvH Rmdlpv has rpf.urnpd
from Hendersonville, looking better
than in a long time, as we heard one
of his many friends say. We hope
he will continue to improve in looks.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Epting and baby
left Saturday for Kinston, N. C.,
after visiting his mother and other
pleasant relatives in Newberry.
Misses Myrtle Davis and Nell
Brady are spending the week-end at
Little Mountain.?The State, 3rd.
Mr. Edward ("Dood") Epting has
been made temporary superintendent
of the First Baptist church Sunday
school. We like this and know some
people in Greenwood vho will be
glad to see this little personal mention.
He is the right boy In the right
M'ss T.ouise Livingston of Kinards
R. F. D. 1 has returned ho.iie after a
pleasant v;m*+ to frinnds and relatives
at Jalaja arc Newboiv/.
Mr. Bob Miller o: Columbia spent
the Labor vacation i-i Newbarry.
The preachers having return ;-d
from their courses of rest, recreation
and recuperation reinv ^orated for
the warfare campaign against satan
and sin, "the old boy" will be reassembling
his horc.es of aides for the
Rev. J. H. Danner of Charleston
has arrived to conduct a series of *
meetings at Central Methodist church
in the interest of the community at
large and surrounding territory?not
as Methodist services but as humanity's
services in the cause of Christ
ind Christians against the strong and
nfluential Powers of Darkness. Mr.
2. P. Curry of Hendersonville is the
eader of the song services. The
crowds have overflowed at the first
)f the meetings which began so aus- I
Prof. J. M. Daniel, son of Dr. and
VIrs. J. L. Daniel, left Saturday for
Conway to assume his duties as superintendent
of the Conwav city
schools. This gifted son is strongly
'ortified, not only by inheritance but
tlso by natural possession, to quicky
and conclusively show the Convayites
that he is well qualified for
he position, as he was reelected the
ifth time principal in Abbeville. As I
le had already served four years in I
Abbeville he declined acceptance the |
ifth term, desiring to change for I
Conway, which would be beneficial. |
Messrs. Morris. Daitch and Deitch I
lave returned to their Newberry 1
tores from the big goods' markets. I
We group them collectively here only
for convenience to us. as they -ik*
separate and distinct me'vhanTs individually.
Concentrate, at Mavt vvould
say, and you will realize move fully
how really big they are as merchants
by watching1 the advertising column-.
They deal in goods witn a class to
Mrs. A. W. Fogle is visiting friends
in Newberry and Saluda counties.?
The State, 4th.
Mrs. Odelite Wallace went to the
Baptist hospital Thursday for the removal
of the tonsils i-r* hti- daughter.
31 iss Cornelia Wallace. They returned
home Sundjv and we are o:!ad
to say the little girl is doin-r well.
Miss Mary Hill went to Ab^cvi^e
Sunday with her faihev. Mr. Geo P.
Hill, and her brothc"*, M:\ R\an Hill,
to have a consultation with Dr. T. L.
Hill about her eyes and the condition
of her health. We ail nope Mary's
iiealth will be better from now on.
Misses Daisy Berrie and Elizabeth
Hentz have pleasantly returned from
Chimney Rock and little excursions
to Asheville and other points "thereabouts.''
They stopped over in .An1
A . _ A T
aerson on xneir return to >ee ;urs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Dunstan and baby
of Columbia were here fo * a little
while with her sister, Mrs. C. T. Julien,
Saturday on their way to
Greenwood where they will visit Mrs.
Dunstan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Julien have
gone away from us, the former to
take a course in civil engineering at
Clemson college while Mrs. Julien
will rest at her former home * in
Sheriff Cannon G. Blease sold, as
sheriff salesdnv, a Chevrolet Touring
automobile to J. W. Amick for
$17.50. Master Jas. D. Quattlebaum
sold to Plaintiff Cecil E. Dominick.
for $1,000, the 104 and 2-10th acres
cf land as advertised.
It was distressing news to the
many friends of Mr. and Mrs. F. X.
Calmes of Baton Rouge, La., to learn
about two weeks ago of the accident
to Mr. Calmes, who is now at a hospital
in New Orleans, still in bad
cVi or\n Knf n loc?4
oneu u L- viuiiij; iu.ii > ?tii wjicii IU.^I
heard from. Mr. Perry doesn't exactly
know how the accident happened,
but it seems that Mr. Calmes was
in some way mashed by machinery,
dislocating: his hip joint and other-1
wise injuring: him. It is feared he is
injured internally. His young wife.
WITH constantly gr
nrpna rprl fr> fiprvA vn
connection with your
WE offer you every <
coupled with a cordi<
of our organization t<
WHETHER your req
while to investigate tl
shall be glad to talk m
'THE BANK TH
Jno. M. Kinard, Presi
; Floyd Bradley, Asst. <
C. W. Sanders, Booke
Jno. Floyd, Collector.
I t t
'".Miss Louise," has our personal sym-f
, athy. as we know now how i?> symI
pathize very deeply and truly with
( people in great distress.
! .Mrs. W. M. Buford delightfully
. entertained last Tuesday in honor oi
'her sister-in-law. Miss .Mary Buford,
'and her cousin, .Miss Mattie L. Copej
land of lien no. The guests assemj
bled at about 8:30 o'clock. Rook and
! other games were played until about
11:30, when delightful refreshments
| Mr. and Mrs. Waltei Ringer and
j two children and their grandmoter,
I \T vcr W7 If All f\v\ m t*/\ ? _
-Ui^' HILIJ, UIWUM v.U tU KJ i'<.l t. jtanburg
and sent the week-end with
! Mrs. Ringer's aunt, Mrs. M. A.
| Mr. Claude F. Lathan, Jr., of
j Greenville is here spending his vacaj
tion with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
! C. F. Lathan.
i The following announcement has
been received in Xewberry:
Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Spearman
j announce the marriage of ' their.
I daughter, Mary Eliza, to Mr. John ,
Herbert Vaughan, on Tuesday, the
I twenty-second of August, one thous
land nine hundred and twenty-two,
Washington, D. C.
At home after September first,]
' Manassas, Virginia.
Hal's Small Ads.
. Three needs of the sir.dent: Indelij
b!e laundry marking outfit, Water-!
man fountain pen and an Ever-1
I sharp pencil. Glad to show you. |
; Teachers magazines of every kind.!
Subscriptions given prompt atten-i
Party things. A lady told mo the j
other day that I made giving aj
party a mighty easy thins: with my j
tally cards, tables an.l other j
j party things. When you plan aj
party pay us a visit.
Hal FCohn. i
? : i
j For sale?Just received lot ot syrup
cans. We also have lot of extra
heavy selected bagging and ties,
selling very cheap. B. B. Schumnert
and Co. 9-5-21 ltaw
j I hawe a few one horse wagons that
I l&ill sell at 1-2 price. W. Frank
i Lost?Wednesday, a cameo pin.
Finder please return to Miss Lillian
Alon? with your ammunition VOU can
| get your hunting license at my i i
i stQre. W. Frank Lominack.
Thev Are Large
owing facilities, this instil
u in every banking matte
business or personal affai
convenience of modern
il spirit of co-operation?
o help you transact your
I ; *
uirements are large or sm
le advantage of banking c
fith you at your convenier
AT ALWAYS TREATS
dent. J. Y. McFall, V. F
L'a^hier. Jno. M. Kinard, Jr
epcr. Miss 1 ilia West, 13
Hunt Hunt & IJ u i;
CARD OF THANKS
To the Democratic Voters of Newberry
I want ' . .y how iiitit*-: I appi'e-to
the >ulendid Vot> yall i;'.:Vc TO
. i he !!! ::;.
1 will also appreciate your support
on the i2th of S. pte-nb"r.
HUSTON* N. Kll-il.KR.
Candidate for Hous" of U -ores 'h*atives.
New syrup barrels at reasonable
prices. W. Frank Loniinack.
CITY SCHOOLS OPEN SEPT. 25
Owir.fr to repairs on the si-hool
buildings not yet done, the Hoard <>f
Trustees has decided to postpone opening:
of the Newberry Ciiy schools
till Monday, September Thi
students are requested to supply
themselv s with books so th.it w.
may begin on the 25th without anv
delay. A correct list of books will b<.
found at Mayes' Book Store.
Students wishing a conferenct
with regard to courses of study in tin
high school will find me in my ofiicc
at Boundary Street school from 9-11
0. B. CANNON.
Supt. Newberry City Schools.
Child's Solid Gold Necklace lost at
house during funeral M. L Strauss,
Finder please return to Mrs. J. C
Baker, Newberrv, Rt. 3.
Sewing?If you want children's sewing
or plain sewing done phone
G403. 0-1-1 tp
Barbecue Hash Friday, September
1st. Come early and get yours at
mv store. Geo. C. Hipp, phone 149,
Rooms for rent?937 Cline St. Mrs,
E. M. Derrick. 9-l-2t
Barbecue?The undersigned will furnish
a first class ibarbecue at the
residence of Mr. John C. Baker or
Thursday, September 7. It will be
served in the yard of Mr. Bakei
under the large spreading branches
of the shady oaks. The meatwill
be well cooked and the hash
will be made by experts. John C.
Baker. Henry F. Counts, W. H.
The undersigned trustees of Ridge
Spring school will receive bids up
to and including Monday, September
12, 1922, at noon, for
transporting the children of .said
school to Silverstreet. The trustees
will meet at the residence of
H. T. Fellers Monday, September
12 at 4 o'clock p. m. to consider
the ;'oids. The right is reserved to
reject any and all bids. Person
taking contract must be reliable
and careful. John W. Sanders, S.
E. Senn, H. T. Fellers, trustees,
Silverstreet, S. C., R2.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
I will make a final settlement of
Lhe estate of Essie Mayer in the
or Small I
tution is adequately .
r that may arise in ^
banking methods, 1
the earnest desire %
business pleasantly 1
tall, it will be worth |
onnection here. We 1
VQU RIGHT" i
'. & Cashier.
., Asst Cashier.
it^r, Attys. '-3
! Probate Court for Xewberry County.
S. C.. on Wednesday. thv 11th day!
i>I October. at 10 o'clock in the!
forenoon am! will immediately thereafter
ask for my discharge as administrator
of said estate.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Essie Mayer, deceased.
! are hereby notified to file the same.
. duly verified, with the undersigned,
and those indebted to said estate
will please make payment likewise.
Newberry, S. C.
i Sept. 4th, iy-22.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
I will make a final settlement of
the estate of William T. Baker in the j
Probate Court for Newberry Coun
ty, S. C., on Friday, the 6th day of !
October, 1922, ar. 10 o'clock in th<
forenoon and will immediately ask
for my discharge as Executor of sail
Ail persons having claims again?4
the estate of Wm. T. Baker, deceas
ed. are hereby notified to file th<
same, duly verified, with the under
' signed, and those indebted to sai<
estate will please make payment like
C. M. FOLK.
Newberrv, S. C.
: Sept. 2, 11)22.
NOTICE OF SECOND PRIMARY
Notice is hereby given that th<
second primary election of the Der?
. ocratic party, for the purpose cJ
, nominating candidates for state of
, (ices will be held on Tuesday, Sep
teir:ber 12, 1022, and also candidate: i
for county offices will be novninite?
^ at the same time. The voting plac2*
. managers and clerks of election wi;
i be the same as those in the first pr
; mary election. The qualifications o
voters will be the same as those o
1 fVw? flrcf nriniarv nlu^ti<in
V4AV- .11 |/1 IUIMI J VIVVttVMi. a Otv
returies of the respective clubs wi:
see to it that the books of enrolmer.
are placed with the managers befor
1 the time for the opening of the poll.'
The polls will open at 8 a. m. an
close at 4 p. m.
1 he managers of each club \vi
; arrange for one of their number t J
1 call a: the offices of the Siandar
Warehouse, Newberry, S. C., on Sat
; urday, Oth day oT September, H'2i
' between the hours of 0 a. \i. ?.nd 1
p. m. for boxes, tickets, etc.
' Managers and clerks are ar*ed tsend
their official returns to the ?c(
. vetary promptly after the votos ?r
^ counted and will be sure to have thei
boxes and all reports in the hands o
? cncrf.tQr!* Kxr C!/ky
w**c ovv.i i. ta?,> ujr it cuu^^u^lvi lj'-ij
'. timber 13, at 12 noon.
J. D. WHEELER, Chairman.
F>. B. LEITZSEY, Secrecy.
T. M. Rogers
Has just opened up a
NEW LINE OF
And Wrist Watches, and
Stick Pins, Cuff Links,
Belt Buckles and Belt to
Call and Look Them
| FOR SALE
Baffffinff and Ties
Get Our Prices
| DORRITY & CO.
Phones 4 and 315
ed by Waiting
ly to be Highe
If you need FURNITURl
your home now's the time
mark it dawn, it will be a
get any lower, and indie
We are stocked, well p\
come and get the benefit <
lower. Look all around
look over our goods, and I
convince you that this is ti
Vifp hni)f> fhnt Trim ? fnr ?
going away t
A lew Cedar Chests belou
J. J. Langf
"The Store that appreciai
1317 Main St.
! G. E. CROMER
Over Bake-Rite Bakery
Broken Lenses Duplicated
For Sale?One good mule, one onej
horse wagon, gears, oats, peavines.
i corn, ami fodder. Reason for selling,
quitting farm. C. M. Mathis,
Money to Lend?On improved farm
lands at 6 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
1 A/1 (1 O *
uuv/ui puuuua. rtcusun xor
selling her, don't need her. W ill
sell cheap for cash. T. M. Sanders.
Telephone 139 and 110.
JURY NOTICE |
We, the undersigned Jury Commis- |
;ion for Xewberrv County, S. C., L.
vill on the 8th day of September, y
922. openly and puiblicly in the of?e
of the Clerk oi' Court draw thiry-six
(3t>) names to serve as Petit
urors for the September term of
'ourt of (Common Pleas, beginning
t 10 o'clock A. M., September 18,
J. B. HALFACKE, M
C. C. SCHUMPERT, %
J. 1). WHEELER. 5
Vugust 25, 1922. ^
HRFFN Rr r.ARRKHN
Office Up Stairs
1217 V2 Boyce Street
Ve pay cash for eggs and poultry.
Newberry Creamery. 8-18-tf
for The State. Will be glad
to handle your subscription, new
or renewal. Gilder & Weeks.
Crimson Clover, both in the burr and
cleaned. Alfalfa and rape.seed.
For sale by Johnson-McCiackin
Co. * 8-25-4t
Vlfalfa hay, baled, for sale by Johnson-McCrackin
Vanted to Rent?A Remington visible
typewriter. Apply to The Herald
and News office. 8-25-3t
| "or Rent?The rooms once occupied
by Jack Gilliam for barber shop?
suitable for offices, lodge, or barber
shop. Anne 0. Ruff, phone 84.
:ARM LOANS NEGOTIATED: INTEREST
6 PER CENT
We negotiate loans on farm proprty
at G per cent per annum payble
in thirty-three yearc on amorization
pian, with priviige of paying
i full after five years. No commis;ions
HUNT, HUNT & HUNTER,
Get Fresh Ones At
GILDER & WEEKS CO.
3rd Floor Exchange Eank Bldg
Broken Lenses Duplicated
ig to be gain?Prices
E or anything else for
to buy it. You can just
long time before prices k
ations point to greater
rotected for awhile, so
:>f old prices which are
and then come in and
et the goods and prices
he place tor you to puren
or Daughter who is
tes your business, large