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The State, 26.
'At high 'noon yesterday the Rev.
J. A. Shealy, pastor of the Lutheran
Church of the Ascension, Shandon,
. was married to Miss Ruth Long of
f Lexington at the country home of the
r bride's parents, Mr. arid Mrs. J. J.
^ Long. About half a hundred guests
were present at the ceremony, which
was performed by the Rev. J. D.
Shealy, pastor of Mount Pleasant Lutheran
church, and the bride's cousin,
the Rev. Julian B. Hsrman^of
whrt wore a smart frock
* of navy Canton crepe with the modish
long flowing draperies, was attended
by her sister, Miss Cora Long
and Miss Mabel Sease, both wearing
0 attractive blue taffeta gowns. The
groomsmen were J. W. Shealy of
Townville and Bryan Keisler of the
Lutheran seminary, Columbia.
Just before the ceremony Miss
Anna Belle Long:, sister of the bride,
sang a group of appropriate cor.trali
to songs, accompanied by Miss Mary
f Long, another sister, who also played
I the wedding march.
H The parlor was a bower of white
and green carried out in long leaf
pine and white roses and the remainder
of the house was in yellow and
green effected with goldenrod ar.d
pine boughs. Punch was served in
the rear hall, and a buffet luncheon
[was served on the lawn.
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t a price that de
the right price.
n may buy safe]
Ground ot Barge
large assortment of Lai
rs. It will pay you to see
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i Pants in neat stripes
Pants, all wool, valuet
blue Serge Pants, all v.
;o at $
its, $1.50 value to go at.
its, all wool, $2.00 value
fen's Work Shirts
am bra Work Shirts to
m rs .
len s Suits
Suits, all Vool, hard finis
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conservative . Suits, all \
, all wool "Metcalf" S<
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i ding trip of two weeks, after which
! they will make their home in Shandon.
| The Rev. Mr. Shealy is a graduate
of Newberry college ('13) and cf
, the Columbia Lutheran seminary, and
' took postgraduate courses in theology
at Mount Airy, Philadelphia.
] The bride was graduated atiSummerland
college and is a talented
STATE FAIR TIME
j IS DRAWING NEAR
Columbia, Sept. 25.?The State
AT\ar?o in P.nlnwiJiis iVTnnHnv. Oft.
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' 23 to continue throughout the entire
week. Advance prospects indicate
that the exhibition this year,
both in numbers and quality of ext
hibits, will far surpass the fine shows
| of former years. The six days and
| nights devoted to the fair will be
' crowded with educational and amusei
ment featuies. The grandest array
of pure bred livestock ever assembled
in the South will be on exhibition.
Famous sxabies and herds from all
'parts of the United States will com
pete for the rich premium^. The
art and woman's departments will be
overflowing with dainty displays.
Mammoth agricultural and horticultural
exhibits will be featured. The
poultry show will be a distinctive
feature with not less than fifteen
| hundred birds cn exhibition. Poultry
! fanciers throughout the South this
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our New York
They know wh
ly. Compare 01
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tere. |j tekfe# %
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and I .Yn;!t.r
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year are recognizing Columbia as the
premier show' and are entering their
Amusement features galore are
programmed daily. These include i
band concerts, free circus acts, harness,
running and auto races, while!
: each night a stupendous display of |
fireworks will be presented. The fa-;
mous Johnny J. Jones shows will pro-.
; vide amusement and entertainment
on the Joy Plaza.
: Monday', October 23, has been designated
as ladies' day. On that day ;
the fair sex will be admitted without
charge. Mrs. Geo. W. Vanderbiit
will be the guest of honor. She will
hold a public reception on the fair
grounds immediately following the
ceremonies in connection, with the'
laying of the corner stone for the :
ifArv.Tw'f" Kirlnirin' Tr.os^ox* '
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tobcr 24, the state fair will be turn
ed over to the school children. A
small admission fee?ten cents?
will be charged that day and it is an-:
ticipated that not less than thirty
thousand school children will be in
attendance. Special entertainment
features will be provided in their
honor. Wednesday, Thursday, and
.Friday elaborate programs will be
provided. On the closiflg day, Saturday.
October 28, professional auto
races will be staged. #
With the completion of the new
buildings and the park improvements
.that have been made, South Carolina;
will present a state fair second toj
buyers enable u:
Our buyers hav
ere to buy aGen
ir prices with otl
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. condition ofthe ?. i;:i- (g '' ?.'
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ho,:-.. ' 1 '/ ,
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>d dry ? correct I y
.r ''Red Goose" shoes jjj
to meet the needs ot
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none and record breaking crowds are j ]
sure to attend.
CITATION OF LETTERS OF AD-! <
The St^te of South Carolina, County. j
of' Newberry, by W. F. Ewart,'.
Probate Judge. i j
Whereas, Tom Wilson and Carrie;
Robinson hath made suit to me to; ^
grant them Letters of Administration j.
of the estate and effects of Levinia; \
These are, therefore, to cite and \
admonish all and singular thfe kin-1
dred and creditors of the said Levi-;
nia Burton, deceased, that they be..
and appear before me, in the-court;'
of probate, to be held at Newberry, j
S. C.. on Saturday, Oct. 7th, next,;'
after publicatoin hereof, at 11 j
o'clock in the forenoon to show cause i
if any they have, why the said administration
should not be granted.:
Given under my hand this Kith;
rkv of Seotcmber. Anno Domini!
W. F. EWART,
P. J. N. C. j
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 j
October, 3 922, at 10 o'clock in the j
forenoon and will immediately ask
for my discharge as Executor of said '
t : ? ~
All persons xiavi;jji claims against*
the estate of Wm. T. Baker, deceased,
are hereby notified to file the |
same, duly verified, with the under-'
signed, and those indebted to said j
estate will pleast make payment like- j
C. M. FOLK,
Sept. 2f 1022.
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MOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
I will make a final settlement of I
;he estate of Essie Mayer in the;
Probate Court for Newberry County,
3. C., on Wednesday, the 11th day
}f October, 1922, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon and will immediately thereafter
ask for my discharge as admin
5irai.ur ui s>a.iu esLute.
All persons having claims against
:he estate of Essie Mayer, deceased,
jre hereby notified to file the same,
duly verified, with the undersigned,
and those indefcLjd to said estate
will please make payment likewise.
Newberry, S. C.
Sept. 4th, 1922.
Bagging and Ties
Get Our rnces
DQRR1TY & CO.
Phones 4 and 315
3rd Floor Exchange Bank Bldg
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i trade, "First
a effort to bu
and they have
Vinced that this
Three lines of Shoes and <
f purpose. W. L. Douglas
ys dress. Red Goose lin
ildren'swork and dress
inson's "Hide to Wearer
ys' work Shoes.
Y oung Men's
One lot over 100 Suits in
One lot, all wool, hard fin
50 Suits in plain and sport
75 Young Men's Suits, th<
ners and tailors, adver
ich higher prices at
Our stock of Boys' Suits,
extra pair of pants, pres
3ne lot of Boys' Suits, vs
Dne lot of Boys' Suits vali
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t i i f r\ /\ i
sa at mo.uu at
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50 value to go at
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GREEN & GARRISON
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v^mce up stairs
i 1217V2 Boyce Street
Lost?on College Street, one gold i
Masonic watch fob, a, square- j
compass. If found return to J. B. i
Gregory and get reward. 9-22-ltp j
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Quality Mer- 1
y good mer- I
bought care- J
store is now
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each line the best for I
Shoes for Men's and |
e for Women's and |
Shoes and Endicott I
" line for Men's.and S
stripes and mixtures \
ished at $11.95
; models at... $16.95
e work of master de- ;
tised elsewhere at 1
each Suit made with
ents values unheard
ilued at $6.00 to go
ued at 315.00 to go , 1
i 2 pairs of pants, vaQR
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ii ^ 2$
extra heavy grade, I
wberrv* S. C.
FARM LOANS NEGOTIATED: IN
TEREST 6 PER CENT
We negotiate loaris on farm property
at 6 per cent per annum payable
in thirty-three years on amortization
plan, with privilge of paying
in fuil after five years. No commissions
HUNT, HUNT & HUNTER,
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER CHAT- J
By virtue of the power given Carolina
Auto Company, a corporation,
in a chattel mortgage given to it by .
J. Harold Wise on the 1st day of J
March, 1920, the said Carolina Auto j
Company will sell before the court 1
house at Newberry, S. C., on Mon
day, October 1st, 1922, at eleven 1
o'clock a. m., the following chattels, M
to wit: One Chalmers Touring car, J|
serial No. 111315, together with all
' Terms of sale, cash.
CAROLINA AUTO COMPANY, Jg
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER CHAT-1 H
TEL MORTGAGE H
By virtue of the power given Car- fljj
olina Auto Company, a corporation, gjH
in a chattel mortgage given to it by fl|
TT7 Tl TTT * xl Oil. J - ? K
w . e>. vvise on trie oui uay ui jxpm, a/mm
1920. the said Carolina Auto Compa- MS
ny will sell before the court house at BMjl
Newberry, S. G., on Monday, Octo- 1BS
ber 1st. 1922, at eleven o'clock a. m.
the following chattels, to wit: One B|
Chalmers F've Passenger Tonring flH
Car, model 35c, serial No. 117287. 9BH
lerms of saie, cash. fiflI
CAROLINA AUTO COMPANY, BB