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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
. Friday, September 22, 1922.
J* JEWISH NEW YEAR
Saturday is the Jewish Xew Year
and will be observed by our Hebrew
friends in Newberrv. AH tae stores
will be closed and it wiil be; a -holiday.
They will all fc>? ready for the
trade on Monday aind will be right
on the job to give thefr customers the
best that is goin?. in the way of bar
" I I ?The
colleges are all opening Vv i :h
record attendance and in fact many
of them have more students than
they c?n accommodate. And ; the
same is true of all the schools. It
t means that the people are turning
their thoughts more to education in
these times and it is well.
<8> AMONG THE SCHOOLS ?>
The St. Lukes graded school will
open on Monday the second day of
October and on Tuesday the patrons
and friends of the sfchool are i'lvited
and expected to be present to meet
the teachers and to g;ve them a ward
of encouragement. I have promised
to be with them at th;s time and hope
to take with me some one who will
make a talk to the children. The
teachers for the coming session r.rc:
Mr. Virgil Harvey of Pinopolis,'and
I Misses Mary and Elizabeth Knisrht of
Kershaw and Miss Azile Mills of
Prosperity. I shall be glad to see all
the patrons of the school at the
school house on Tuesday morning.
October 3 and I am going to try. to
be there at 9 o'clock.
I went over to McCullougn on last
Tuesday morning and made a stop at
Long Lane. The trustees h^ve moved
the school house out on the highway
at Long Lanej and the man who
did the moving did a fine job. The
house was not injured in the slightest
by the moving, even the stove flues
not beinfj- shaken. The trustees have
' > secured a lot of four acres on an eminence
among the pines and when the
^ grounds are cleared off and the land
leveled up they will have one of the
' ' \ nicest locations of any rural school in
the county. And then the ieauty
0 about the folk in this district is they
all Vork so beautifully together for
the community and the school, and
that makes it so pleasant to work
among them. The tru^ees have decided
to paint the house inside and
out and they expect to have it ready
^ ftr the school opening next Monday
morning, l am goijig to meci
them at 9 o'clock Monday morning.
The teachers for the comnig session
? are Misses Eula and Chloe Eptirg,
two excellent and experienced teachers
and fine community workers, and
I am expecting fine work in this district
during the coming year.
The folk, at McCullough are arranging
to put up a new school building
right away and they will have a
:wo class room building and an auditorium
so that they may have f
N place in which to hold any community
meetings and school entertainments.
There v.*ere some twenty odd
children present on tlje opening dij
and I am county on some fine wori
here during this school year. I die
not get on to "Whit-mire as I had planned
but will be at Whitmire verj
Wednesday morning I was at Hart
ford and had a very pleasant hou:
with the sixty bright girls and boy:
in this school. Mrs. Emma Lon^
shore and Mrs. John Nance are th<
teachers at this school and the chil
dren are all very fond of their teach
ore a-nH that makes it Drettv safe t:
say the teachers will be able t > u<
some good work during this schoo
year. Several of the parents am
friends of the school were presen
and there is fine spirit and beautifu
cooperation in this district, and tha
i of course means that there is goim
to he a fine school here, because ii
addition the teachers are experienc
ed and excellent teachers.
For the next several d^ys I will bi
forced to remain in Xewberrv an<
finish up my annual report and go
out to the trustees the financia
statement of the condition of the!
district. I have been tryinggsjto ge
this done fo"* a good while but' the?
other things seemed to be pressir.j
and urgent and I have not had tim
to do both. But I will get out the?
statements at once.
.... . . E-H-AI
The Moven^nts of Many People,
Newberrians r.nd Tno?e Who
' Miss Anne D. Jones, assistant in
history in the Savannah Senior high
school, left Wednesday to resume her
: Judge W. F. JEwart will bo away
from his office from Sunday until
Mrs. P. F. Gilder returned home
Thursday from Charlotte where she
visited her parents. Her sister. Mrs.
R. C. Herman, . and little daughter
- - l 1 f
Marguerite accompanied m-r iu. ?
Mis? Willie Bell Duckett, teacher
at Walhalla. is spending; the weekend
Miss Elizabeth Freed left die lirst
of the week for Virginia, where she
will enter Marion Female college,
while Mr. Conrad Freed has returned
to the South Carolina Medical college
to resume his studies.
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Auil of
Columbia were visitors on Tuesday
and Wednesday in the home cf Col.
E. H. Aull.
; Evening services will be resumed
at the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer
beginning Sunday at 8 p. m.
Dr. Freed's subject, "The Two Great
Motives," will be the first cf a sones
of sermons on Some Esssntia1 Fundamentals.
At til 3* morning service
the pastor will preacn or- "The Missionary
Agencies." continuing the
presentation of ih.1 claims .'f the rarious
organizations oT the congregation.
The Woman's Missionary society
of the Lutheran Church of tho Redeemer
has arranged a soc.sl meeting
in the Sunday school rooms for
- ? "EV_
?ionday atrerncon at * uu?v>. *--*
ery woman of the congregation, whether
a member of the society or not.
"is urged to attend. A program of
;nforrr?at:on and activity ha.1 been
Miss Mary Forehand of Bartow,
. Ga.. arrived here Sunday and has ac,
f-eoted a position with the American
Sales Co. *i
Mr. Joe Pintchuck motored to Columbia
Mr. G. N. Gallman of North Augusta
motored to Newberry Wednesday
to spend a few days.
Mrs. Grover McDowell and little
Grover, Jr., of Greenville are visiting
1 Cannon balls, abandoned by Gen[
eral Jchn C. Fremont in his cxpedi.
tion to California in 1844, were- un!
covered recently by a prospector
searching for gold in 3 small ravine
not for from Fales Hot springs in Mo
no county, California; Fremont's
diary records ' that c?i January 28,
1844 he was obliged to leave his howitzer
at a poiiit in Deep Creek. This
is eight miles north T>f where the
cannon balls were discovered. It is
supposed Gautral Fremont abandont
ed his howitzer ammunition as of nc
further use. v
i v.z-* a
Things a ycur.g.giri ought to know
do not include many of the tilings
that ask her to go flivvering.
Wanted?To teach you the business
i and give you a job. Write to the
' Charleston Barber College. Char1
leston, S. G. 9-22-ltp
Wanted sawed?100,000' feet pine
lumber. E. C. Holloway.
Yellow Pine Shingles for sale. Apply
to Box 111, route No. 7, Leesviile,
S. C. 9-22-isto
, Hal's Small Ado.
' ? . T> C 1 _11 3 X*J
JWS2t x~ea jeea, an tu:u;? <auu ;u..\cu,
. Pansy Seed. Mixed. Burpee's.
Snapdragon Seed, all colors. Bur1
. Larkspur seed All colors. Burpee's
r Paper White Narcissus bulbs. J US
in from France.
' School supplies. Look my line be?
fore you buy. Splendid v-!ue~.
. Tablets and other school supplie;
wholesaled to merchants.
} Hal Kohn.
I For Sale?Just received a car o:
, ' Galvanized Roofing, bought before
! the advancV. B. B. Schu.nptrt.
j Lost?on College St.ee:, one' g
t Masonic watch :ob, a cqaarc
? compass. If founu 'Ctnrn to J. B
i- Gregory and get regard. 0-22-Ui
Barred Rock Hatching Egfjs?
! pens have been culled only cru;
i since June. Yet have av?.*s:?-.-;
9 2-10 eggs per hen or 4c p
production from Sept. 1st to 20i'.i
e' this from one and two . cav nl:
J hens. Now is a ijood i'-"'- i<
t; hatch some fall chicks, l.e; rrj
ji supply hatching eggs from i::y lin<
j hying strain of Barred Koc>;s
r; Also have a few 14 week1? old nn:
t: xlct-5 at $1,150 each. Cock.^el' J'u
2 breeders $2.00 up. Eggs 3>I.2-;
" - and Si.50 for 15. Y. T. Dic-kcrt
? phone 2303. 9-22-2
e For Sale?Ont black mare mule. 1
years old, work anywhere, Weigh
1100 pounds. J. A. Krell, Pros
| perit", S. C. 9-8-3tp lta\
| Now is the time to plant your seed
| rye and barley. We have just received
a shipment of the foilowj
ing: North Carolina, Rosen and
i Winter Barley. Our prices are
| the lowest. Brvson Grocery Co.
For Sale?50 head of in e? cattie and
; 30 pig-;.- W. M. Buford, Newberry,
j S. C. 9-12-4tn
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
' lile your application. Dominick &
. 'Workman, Attys. S-8-tf
For Rent?One furnished room for
gentleman. Mrs. Kate Boozer,
Younrj Man Wants Work CIS book- I
i keeper or collector, experienced,
i wil? convince you as to ability on
interview. Answer C. A. care!
j Herald and New?. 9-15-3tpj
Notice to School Children?You can
get 3 good full size pencil tablets j
for 10c at the Roval Coffee Co..'
' y 10 Ma n St. * 9-15-2t ltawj
For Rent?1 nice 5 room bungalow!
, practically new. Near my store at!
! Oakland. Apply to-T. M. Sanders,!
phone 110 and 130, P. 0. Box 187, j
Newberry, S. C. 9-15-tf ltawj
Nov.- is the time to put in your win- j
i dow glass, before cold weather ar- j
rives, we hive a full stock o-f glass!
and putty. v prices right. Wm. I
i Johnson & Son. . 9-15-3t;
Lanterns and flashlights are needed j
at this time of the year. We havo j
| them, also fresh batteries for your
i flashlight. Wm. Johnson & Son.
For Sale or Rent?The Z. W. Taylor j
tract of land oi loo acres m ao.
8 township. K. C. Holloway. at- j
' rorney. * 9-12-4t!
Safety Razor users, We have the j
blade to fit your razor. Auto-Strop,
Enders. Ever-Ready, Durham-Du-j
plex, Gem, Gillette, Keer.-Jvutter.
Wni. Johnson & Son. * 9-io-3t|
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 re
port by that day the allotment desired
by the Mt. Bethel N. F. L. association.
II. C. HOLLOWAY,
For Sale?Ford strip-down, good
tires, fenders, body, lights, and in
A-l mechanical shape, a bargain.
Iloason for selling, leaving town.
See David Graidick. 9-19-3tp
Land for sale or renl?One tract coni
taining e'ghty-one (81) acres; one
traci contain:ng sixty-six (63)
acres. For further information
j apnh7 to B. L. Mills. Little Moiini
tain' S. C. ' * S-lD-tf
Money to ?end?By Federal Lane!
banlF. $500 to $10,000 to each
far'ne1* at 5 1-2 interest, u&yable
back during 33 years, at the rate
cf $70 each year on each $1,000.
, Leans must be applied for by
Sept. 25th.. Apply to Lambert W.
Jones, (Approved) Attorney for
\ Federal Land Bank. 9-l$-2t
Agents for The State. Will be J?lad
to handle your subscription, ' new
> or renewal. Gilder & Weeks.
; FARM LOANS NEGOTIATED: INTERE5T
6 PER CENT
> We negotiate loans on farm property
at 6 per cent per a?inum payable
in thirty-three .years on amortization
plan, with privilge of paying
in full after five years. No commis;
i HU^T, HUNT & HUNTER,.
GREEN & GARRISON
Office Up Stairs
1217V2 Boyce Street
i And you must loo
ant indoor season.
In order to get the
5 fall and winter peri<
make your home as ;
? - - ,
f I And the most conve
: | plish this is to buy t:
need gradually, so th
: tlie additional invest
" nice rocker or rug yc
These cool mornii
: comforts, and the he
Ses our goods <
II X J. Lang
j CourieouSy Consclentous
t 1317 Mam St.
! New crop Crimson Clover,
| Alfalfa. Hairy Vetch and Rape
Seed. These seed are 99 1-2
per cent pure. Prices right.
Will have Abruzzi Rye.
Lawn Grass, Italian Rye Grass
: in few days.
| P. E. WAY., Druggist
044 Main St. Newberrv, S. C.
Your entire patronage on Crayons,
Tinted Crayons, Sepias, Fastels, Water
Colors, Pastelines, Gipico Oils,
Solid Hand-Made Pastels, Picture
Hardware, Glass and all Oval, Circular,
Square and Veneer Frames.
| W. F. Wightman
2329 Mayer Ave. Phone 377
Newberry, S. C.
When these friendly, likable Oid
Shoes of yours get under the weather,
when they begin to*snow signs of a
run-down condition, See Pricc.
Eleeh'ie Slice Hospital
G. E. CROMER
Over Bake-Rite Bakery
Broken Lenses Duplicated
j Bagging and Ties
Get Our Prices
DORRiTY & ?0.
r Phones 4 and 315
Got Fresh Ones At
GILDER & WEEKS CO.
I H. M.BIGBY
, 3rd Floor Exchange Bank Bldg
Broken Lenses Duplicated
s Will Scon
n iurwa.ru tu <jl l>i<c.ao}
best out of the long
3d it is advisable to
attractive as possible,
rnient wav to aceomc'
hose things that you
at you will never miss
ment Maybe it is a
lgs suggest blankets,
ater. We have them.
*nd prices a~nd save
i ' . iff
, and Sincere treatment.
Our stocks nc
them at any t
We have Woolen-!:
mings to meet every
We have a seleetio:
Silk Crepes. No two
at $6.75, $9.75, $12.5
Wo have 50 or mo:
and. Velours, self and
We have a Millinei
might be proud of. ?
We have 50 or mor
to have you compare
Of the Condition
* Loans & Investment;
Liberty Bonds linple
Cash on hand and in
Surplus and Profits
The above excell<
of our Bank, and th<
Newberry County. ..
pie of tKe County. (
|' The Commeri
I j _
In the old-fashioned testimony
i r.ic-olings you couldn't tell whether a
man was confessing his sins or bragging.
The railway time table may now
i be classed with those other docul
j ments commonly described as "interI
esting, if true."
singer <& Car
>w are nearer 1
it will be possi
:ime this season.
5ilk and Cotton piece goc
requirement of the worn
n of Dresses in Poiret T
styles exactly alike. Si:
;n.?14.50. $16.50. S19.J
^ 7 7 T ,
re Coats made of Bolivia
1 fur collars. Price range
y stock that any store
Styles for all ages and a
E WANT YOUR TRAD
e Coats madd prices are r
! them with mail order h<
? '? .???
nger & Ca
a in Figure, One Price St
of the Bank under c
Examiner of date
stember 15, 192
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f - f T
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jni statement indicates t
e healthy financial condi
We are willing and anxi
2all to see us and talk
i ra l f WL
ciai ttariK 01 nei
. The average life of a 35 -bill is 10
months through the country as a
whole, and but eight months in dense
centers of population.
Gold bars to the amount of $31,780,000
have been received from
abroad by Kuhn, LoeT? & company,
New York, this year. i
ible to have
ids and dress trimen
that do their own
' i '4 '
will, Tricotine and
zes 14 to 48. Priced
iO, $22.50, $27.50
i Normandy Tweed
.... $19.50 to $65.00
in South Carolina
i price to suit every
ight and will be glad
ouses or any store in
all of State Bank
50.00 $ 985,041.05 ,1
* 167,942.33 1
\ . !
he continued growth
tion of the people of
ous to serve the peoover
wberry S. C.
Perhaps a unifcn isn't responsible
for what its radical members do, but
it is responsible for what it doesn't
do to the radicals.
Correct this sentence: "It is
; twelve o'clock," said the old man to
! his bride. "Let us sit a while lorigi
er and look at the moon."