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The Movements of Many People, j
Newberrians and Those Who
. , Visit Newberry
Miss Adele Dunbar left last week
to resume? her work in the Atlanta!
Mrs, James Hutchinson of Mcintosh,
Ga., is visiting friends and relatives
Mrs. Sam King and children of j
Greenwood are visiting her parents, s
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Perry.
Mrs. Forster Smith leaves today;
(Thursday) for a visit to her mother j
Mr^T. E. Jackson, Jr., motored
from his home in Jacksonville, Fla., I
last week to visit his grandparents,;
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson. He;
was accompanied by his wife and
Carl, the young son of Mr. andj
Mrs. B. P. Ringer fell while playing j
on Monday afternoon and broke his
collar bone. He was swinging on a j
rope when he lost his balance or hisj
hold on the rope. He was taken to j
Columbia on Tuesday and after the:
operation was doing as well as could j
Mrs. D. L. Beacham and children
.have returned from their visit in
Boydton, Va., accompanied by her!
, sister, Mrs. Henry Allgood.
' There will be service at Excelsior j
school house the third Sunday after-;
noon at 3 o'clock by Rev. J. C. |
Smith. The public is cordially invit-j
ed to attend.
Rev. -T. F. Suber filled his pulpit j
Sunday and had a large audience, j
Rev. G. F. Clarkson preached at J
the M. Chapel and as usual deliver- j
td an instructive address.
Silverstreet seemed deserted Tues-j
day Tuesday night, when nearly ev- j
ery man went to Newberry to hear :
the returns from the election.
A party was given Monday night;
when the Luther league met at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Boozer near
Deadfall. A goodbye party to the
members who were leaving for college,
or as teachers. The grove in
front of the house was lighted by
magic lanterns. During the evening i
a fortune teller appeared and many i
eyes brightened at the prediction of i
wonderful Cinderella weddings in'
tiie near future. Punch was served
by fair hands, and it was altogether
a very enjoyable occasion. \
Mr. and Mrs. Yarborough are visiting
relatives in Saluda.
Miss Mary Sanders spent the
week-end with Miss Evelyn Stilwell.j
) Miss Ruth Martin has returned?
from a two weeks* visit with her!
brother in Greenville. While there j
she went to Asheville, Henderson-!
ville and other points of interest. t
Mr. and ilrs Walter Shealy of'
Greenville spent the week-end with !
his mother, Mrs. R. Martin. ' |
, Mr. Jim -Blair of Columbia spent j
Tuesday, with friends here.
Mr. Schroder, who for some weeks
has been in Columbia spent the week
end at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schroder are j
visiting Mr Albert Schroder's parents j
and Mrs. Albert Schroder.
Miss Gladys Stilwell has accepted!
a position in the graded school at
D. M. Ward was in town a short I
time Tuesday. # J.
W. Berry of Ninety Six wasj
V. V. Pearsall v was in Newberry j
W. A. Jamison Died at Whitney '
William A. Jamison, aged 70, died,
yesterday morning at his home at;
Whitney, following a lingering ill-1
ness. His remains will be shipped!
uuio uiuiuiug ixewueriy iui iunei- j
al services and interment.
The deceased is survived by his.
wife; a son, William A. Jamison, of j
Miami, Fla.; and a daughter, Mrs.'
Whitt, of Greenville. ?Spartsfciburg'
Herald, Sep. 14.
Mr. Jamison was at one time a xes- i
ident of Newberry and proprietor of i
the Newberry hotel. The remains ar-|
rived this (Thusday) morning and j
were interred in Rosemont cemetery.!
West End Baptist Church j
Sunday, Sept. 17, 1922, Sunday j
school promptly at 9:45 a. m., super-,'
intendent, George E. Carter. Preach-;
ing at 11 a. m., and 7:45 p. m., by
the pastor, Rev. C. E Thomas Sub-!
ject for the morning, "The Way of;
Success in Kingdom Work." B. Y. I
P. U. meeting at 6:45 p. m.; leader,!
Mr. W. E. Carter. Pastor's subject'
at 7:45 p m., "Jesus Calls Us to Fol-I
Mid-week prayer service Wednes-.
day evening at 7:30.
A cordial welcome to all.
MISSIONARY SERVICE AT
MAYER MEMORIAL CHURCH
The Ladies' Missionary societies of
Mayer and Summer Memorial Lutheran
churches will hold a public
meeting on next Sunday afternoon, j
the 17th, at 4 o'clock, in Mayer-Me-'
morial church. The Rev. PI. J..
Black, president of the South Caro- j
lina synod, will address the congrega-!
tion; also the Rev. S. P. Koon is ex- j
pected to be present.
The public is cordially invited to
West End Wins Over Laurens !
West End won over Laurens 5 to
3. Both teams hit hard and made nu- i
merous errors. Laurens had 17 men i
left on bases. Crooks, Werts, Bowen |
Smith and Howard did some heavy!
hitting. Smith struck out 9, Bobo. 4.;
West End plays Laurens here Fri-j
day, Sept. 15th, at 5 p. m., andj
greenwood oaiuraay at 4 p. m. Lro-j
mer and Werts will possibly be the;
battery for Friday, while Lefty Hal-;
brook and Oliver will have it Satur-j
R H E|
West End ....Oil 010 020?5 12 C>;
Laurens 100 100 010 3 9 5 j
Smith and Oliver; Bobo and Bar- j
A big shipment of hay wire. Get my
price before you buy. W. Frank
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C\ f\ ?\ TV
Bought at li
clothes and rr
for the young
All sizes in Re
Fit and S
This lot was <
cash while in
these values c
Suits up to $(
Hal's Small Ails.
Sweet Pea and other seasonable seed j
from Burpee's. Cone in and let's'
Fountain pens repaired.
Flower pots in al! sizes.
Asparagus plumosus ferns at thirteen
cents, two for twenty-five.
Miss Turner, the versatile demonstra-|
tor from Dennison's will make a j
return trip to this city on the 25th i
and will be at my store for three j
days. If you are interested in
knowing: how to make tasty things
from crepe paper, wax and other
things visit Miss Turner during)
her stay with us.
C. A. Scarples cream separators. 1
have them in stock. W. Frank
NOTICE TO FARMERS
Farmers who wish loans from the
Federal Land bank of Columbia this
fall will please make it known to me
before September 25th as I must report
by that day the allotment desired
by the Mt. Bethel N. F. L. association.
H. C. HOLLOWAY,
ess than half
I assortment j
an in this con
iodels, the forn
college man as
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igulars, Slims, St
a lucky pick u
jver seen in Ne\
55.00 selling in
if ariv one
Huntmg licenses and al! kinds of am-J1
munition sold at my store. W. j
Frank Lominack. 9-15-ltpj
Barbecue hash Friday, September 15. J
Come early and tret yours at my
store. Geo. C. Hipp, phone 140.
For Sale or Rent?The Z. W. Taylor _
tract of land of 135 acres in No.
3 township. H. C. Holloway, at-,1
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Safety Razor users, we have the!
j blade to fit your razor, Auto-Strop, j;
Enders. Ever-Ready, Durham-Du-j <
plex, Gem, Gillette, Keen-Kutter. j
Wm. Johnson & Son. 9-15-3t,
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Now is the time to put in your win-ji
dow glass, before cold weather ar- J <
rives, we have a full stock of glass i
and putty, prices right. Win.;;
Johnson & Son. 9-15-3t:
: Lanterns and flashlights are needed ;
j at this time of the year. We have 11
I them, also fresh batteries for your;
flashlight. Wm. Johnson & Son. J
| 9-15-31 A I'
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i Notice to School Children?\ OU can :
j get 3 good full size pencil tablets;
for 10c at the Roval "Coffee Co.,i
i 910 Main St. * 9-15-2t ltaw!
j =; j
I For Rent?1 nice 5 room bungalow j
i practically new. Near my store at j
Oakland. Apply to T. M. Sanders,!'
I phone 110 and 139, P. 0. Box 187,!
Newberry, S. C. 9-15-tf ltaw.
)W IN PRICE j]
f ~ :
SON1. ' f
Newberry, S. C. J
i fitting suit
well as the
outs or Stubs. |
ip made for j
v berry. j
this lot. On j
Newberry, S. C. c
if'oung Man Wants Work as book-|
keeper or collector, experienced,
will convirce you as to ability on i
interview. Answer C. A. care!
Herald and News. U-15-3tpj
\\ e will give a first class barbecue j
at the bank of Pomaria, S C., on Sat-1
Lirday, September 23rd, 1022. , j
Prices of dinner, fifty and sixty
Meat and hash for sale at 11:301
at the following prices: Meat fifty!
:ents per pound, hash at forty cents:
L-L'- 1? l.ui s>im :
This will prouauiy ut- mc i.->^
3f the season and we hope to make!
it the best. Come one and all and:
snjoy the day with your friends. >
A big game of bail expected in the?
J. D. H. KIBLER & SONS.
Dne dark heifer, 450 pounds. No
horns. Strayed from Helena. |
Please notify C. J. Zobel.
Are you energetic, ambitious? Do
you make friends easily? Y?u can.
capitalize these qualifications by j
getting our contract to sell life;
and health and accident insurance.!
Part or whole time agents wanted.
Answer care of Herald & News.
For Sale or Rent?Two story seven i
room house?Coppock place. See
E. M. Evans. 9-12-2tp
For Rent?One furnished room for
gentleman. Mrs. Kate Boozer,
phone 221-J. 9-12-tf |
Lost?One brown billy goat with!
halter. Reward. Notify The Her-!
aid and News office. 9-12-2t i
For Sale?50 head of beef cattle and j
30 pigs. W. M. Buford, Newberry, i
" n i o a 4-^ i
?>. U. a-ii-iw 11
Now is the time to plant your seed'
rye ana barley. We have just re-j
ceived a shipment of the follow- j
ing: North Carolina, Rosen and'.
Winter Barley. Our prices are;
the lowest. Bryson Grocery Co. j
Mewberry Business school opened on j
September 1 and is fully prepared j
to aid young men and women to fit !
themselves for good positions. For1
information and particulars apply;
to Mrs. H. 0. Ray. 9-S-otp
"or Sale?Ont black mare mule, 11 j
years old, work anywhere, Weight;
1100 pounds. J. A. Krell. Pros-1
perity, S. C. 9-8-Stp ltawj
STATION OF LETTERS OF AD-j
rhe State of South Carolina, County!
of Newberry, by W. F. Svvart,
Probate Judge: %
Whereas, Emanuel L. Strauss hath
nade suit to me to grant him Letters
>f Administration of the Estate and
iffects of "Martin L. Strauss, deceas
These are, therefore, to cite and j ,
idmonish all and singular the Kin-J'r
Merchants of i1
I want to sell you your
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sciiuui supplies. i iiciNc |
bought in large quantities ;
and cagi make you an at- j
tractive price on all the
items you retail to school |
f If you want to buy in
small lots and make some
money on school supplies
drop in and let me show
you the line. I've got the j
(roods and the values are In
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Two or three sets books to handle!
ate afternoons or evenings. Will j
five you following services: 1
Daily Ledger Pastings
Monthly Cash Balances
Profit and Loss, and
Income Tax Returns
G. Leland Summer
0. Box 304 'Phone 294
!rcd and Creditors of the said Mar-j
in L. Strauss, deceased, that they be i
md appear before me, in the Court'
;f Probate, to be held at Newberry i
south Carolina, on Saturday, Sept.'
:3rd next, after publication hereof,
it 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
ause. if any they have, why the said I
Administration should riot be grantid.
Liiven under my hand this 6th day
>f September, Anno Domini 1922.
W. F. SWART.
I\ J. N. Co.
OPERA HOUSE .
Friday, Sept. 15.
"THE WOMAN'S SIDE"
Saturday, Sept. 16.
2 REEL WESTERN
2 REEL MERMAID
Monday, Sept. 18.
"THE SHIEK OF ARAEY"
Admission 25c and 10c
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CITY SCHOOLS OPEN SEPT. 2b
Owing to repairs on the school
buildings not yet done, the Board of j
rrustees has decided to postpone op- i
?ning of the Newberry Cizy schools :
iill Monday, September 25th. The
students are requested to supply j
themselves with books so that wc i
may begin on the 25th without any j
delay. A correct list of books will be]
found at Mayes' Book Store.
.Students wishing a conference j
with regard to courses of study in the.
high school will find me in my office j
at Boundary Street school from 9-11 I
0. B. CANNON,
Supt. Newberry City Schools, j
FOR SALE !
Bagging and Ties j
Get Our Prices
DORRITY 4 CO. j
: Phones 4 and 315 j
A Good Pia(
Furniture & He
Rugs, clocks, trunl
See our goods and i
We rent card table;
FOR THE COLLI
We welcome you to
you to come to see us'
buy or not. .We appr
and can save you mo
i . i 1
other articles m our ii
cot or bed.
J. J. Langf
Courteous, Conscientous, t
1317 Main St.
! G. E. CROMER I
Over Bake-Rite Bakery
GLASSES FITTED ,
Broken Lenses Duplicated
F^>r sale?Just received lot of syrup
cans. We also have lot of extra
heavy selected bajrging and ties, ?
1 selling very cheaif. B. H. Schumpert
and Co. 9-5-2t ltaw
; I want to employ several live working
agents to sell a very useful
article. M. M. Buford, Newberry.
Money to Lend?On improved farm
lands at 6 per cent.; we can nego- \
tiate loans on property in the town i
of Newberry. See us at once and
file your application. Dominick &
Workman, Attys. 8-8-tf
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
I will make a final settlement of
the estate of Essie Mayer in the
Probate Court for Newberry County,
S. C., on Wednesday, the 11th day
of October, 1922, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon and will immediately thereafter
ask for my discharge as administrator
of said estate.
i 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 tti said estate
will please make payment likewise.
Newberry, S. C.
; Sept. 4th, 1922.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
I will make a final settlement of
the estate of William T. Baker in the
Probate Court for Newberry County.
S. C., on Friday, the 6th day of
October, 1922, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon and will immediately ask
for my discharge as Executor of said
All persons having claims against
the estate of Wm. T. Baker, deceased,
are hereby -notified to file the
same, duly verified, with the undersigned,
and those indebted to said ^
estate will please make payment likewise.
C. M. FOLK.
Newberry, S. C.
Sept. 2, 1922.
j GREEN & GARRISON
Office Up Stairs
121 7j/2 Boyce Street
'Agents for The State. Will be glad
j to handle your subscription, new
| or renewal. Gilder & Weeks.
I FARM LOANS NEGOTIATED: IN
TEREST 6 PER CENT *
Wc negotiate loans on farm property
at 6 per cent per annum payable
in thirl y-three yeans on amortization
plar., with privilge of paying j
in full after five years. No commissions
HUNT, I'UNT & HUNTER, 1
7-28-tf - 1
Get Fresh Ones At
GILDER & WEEKS CO.
3rd Floor Exchange Bank Bldg J
. EYES EXAMINED I
GLASSES FITTED i
Broken Lenses Duplicated |9
:e To Trade ^
cs, enamel ware, tinprices
5 and chairs. '
:ge students i '
Newberry and want j
whether you want to
eciate your business
ney on furniture or
ne. See us for your
ord & Son
md Sincere treatment.