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Tlie Moyemeiti of Many People,
Newberrians and Those Who
That hog: with the solid "pig's
feet" butchered for Swindler's market
several days ago came from a
breed known as the "cloven foot
hog." This breed of hogs can not
have cholera, it being impossible for
them to contract that disease, not
one having ever been known to have
Newberry has a splendid corps of
Saturday clerks, distributed amongst
the merchants throughout the city.
Two bodies-were brought home for
burial last week, one the daughter of
Willis Ruff, colored, the other the
daughter of Monroe Jones; the former
from Cleveland, Ohio, after
death on the operating table, the latter
from Winston-Salem, X. C. The
first body arrived Monday, the second
on Wednesday. Both funerals were
from Bethlehem Baptist church. A
coincidence is that the two women
were related to each other.
The special sales clerks are busy
helping the closing out merchants
who have been advertising in The
Herald and News.
They speak of a "Georgia Peach"
being in the city. That's nothing:
Newberry holds some sweet peaches
and berry's kind of humans all the
Mr. Ed N. Mittle, who was released
from the penitentiary last week, passed
through Newberry Thursday in his
car on his way to his home in Greenville.
Next Saturday the Newberry college
football boys will play the Marines
at Paris Island.
Mrs. Julia Hunter Welch left on
Saturday for her home in Houston,
Texas, after visiting Mrs. Robert D.
Wright and other relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Trabert left
Sunday for their home in Berkeley,
California, after spending three
weeks at the homes of her mother,
Mrs. 0. Wells, and brother, Mr. Henair
XJf IT C11C? JL LlAGkllJ J.1 ncic
glad to see them. Mrs. Trabert is
pleasantly remembered here as Miss
Harriet Wells and Mr. Trabert as a
Newberry college graduate of some
Rev. E. T. Bailey, a former pastor
of Miller chapel, the colored Methodist
church in this city, died at his
home in Cannon town on Thursday
night, after a lingering illness of paralysis.
He was about 55 j irs old
and bore the reputation of a good
The second reference in the case
of the estate of W. F. Coats, deceased,
was held before Probate Judge
F. Ewart on Thursday. The
amount involved in the settlement of
?state is between $50,000 and $60,
OUU. Mr. Coats lived near Cross
Hill and bad farming interests in
Newberry and Laurens counties.
Domjnick and Workman represented
the estate, E. S. Blease the Chappells
bank, B. V. Chapman anothed creditor,
while the Laurens lawyers, representing
various creditors, were
Messrs. McGowan, Richey, Babb and
Todd. Another reference will be
There will be a road attraction,
"The Girl From Greenwich Village,'
at the opera house next Friday. This
is not a moving picture.
Mr. M. A. Attaway, grand juror,
and Messrs. A. H. Lane, R. S. Boazman,
J. C. Duncan, N. E. Hunter and
P D. Johnson, petit jurors, have been
drawn to serve from Newberry county
at the United States court in
Greenwood the week beginning November
Vivian Martin will again h.e at the
opera house tonight, Monday, in
"Pardon My French."' Also Fox
News, which is a good part of the
Dr. W. K. Gotwald and Messrs.
H. W. Dominick, C. B. Martin, B. A
Dominick and Floyd Bradley attended
the meeting of Knights Templar
in Columbia Friday night.
Miss Edith Henderson is visiting
Mrs. W. D. Rutherford at Blairs.
"What Do Men Want?" Go to the
opera house Tuesday and see it in
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Tenny arrived
in Newberry today from Jacksonville,
Fla., bv way of Charleston,
having arrivtd in Charleston on the
Clyde Liner S. S. Comanche. They
are visiting Mrs. Tenny's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Spotts.
Rev. Luther M. Kuhns, D. D., of |
Omaha, Neb., will arrive in Newberry
on Saturday to spend the week-end
with his friend, Dr. J. M. Kibler.
Friends of M:s. G. R. Price who is
in Columbia hospital will be glad to
leran that she is much better as her
husband and little son James, her
brother, Mr. Dupre Harmon and wife
and Miss Mary Mack motored to Columbia
Sunday. The hatter's mother,
Mrs. Lee Harmon, returned to New-,
berry with them.
?\ A close shave !
I MENTHOLATUM 1
^comforts and heahf
Direct from New Yor
lines of Jewelry we h
The very latest desigi
es, Bar Pins, Cuff Lin!
Watch Chains, Neckl
etc. It will be a real
these goods whether
ing an immediate pur
Miss Mattie Ad
A solid train of fo
Automobiles was shi
Boston-only two day:
Every day twenty
out to distributors anc
is steadily increasing.
The Gray has mad<
deliveries- in price a
New records for ec
greater mileage froi
The Gray has proved
omical car ever produ
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Willi imfc> tjcunum,
Gray is a modern qu?
appearance, light in
roomy body, quick p:
Sliding gear transmissic
bearings, one man tc
shield, adjustable w
' i *T%?i?r oni?r\l 11 r?
! 1 U IJUjf 9UI jilUO
10 years of age.
Any mule you do
it will pay you to
Will be at IV
Stables Oct. S
Hyacinth bulbs now ready. Ail Col-j
ors. Large bulbs like you have J
been getting from me. Those sure,
bloomers. Direct from Holland to
Narcissus. "Paper whites" for grow-j
ing in water and the Emperor and!
Empress and others for planting!
Tulips. All colors.
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crocus. .-\n Luiuis.
Freesias, Anemones, Sacred Lilies.
Bulb fibre to fertilize your bulbs.
Brook pebbles if you prefer to plant
Do come in and see my line of bulbs
before you buy. The mo>t complete
bulb line ever assembled in
South Carolina awaits your in-J
Hal Kohn. |
Many famous fiction writers have j
been retained to assist in praising!
the glories of the sixty-seventh con-!
k, one of the prettiest
lave ever displayed,
is in Bracelet Watchks,
Rings, Stick Pins: .
aces, Earrings, etc.,
pleasure to show you
you anticipate mak
chase or not.
rty carloads of Gray
inned Auarust 28 to
"i" jt w
carloads are going
e good-in quality-in
nd satisfactory peronomy
have been ess
to a gallon and
n each quart of oil.
itself the most econiced.
y of operation, the
ility car-pleasing in
weight, easy riding, i
ick up and low first "
>n, Timken anxles and
?p, ventilating windorm
Mules from 1 to
Will pay cash,
not care to feed,
get our money.
?Oth and 21st I
??wmmmamrmmmm i n mtwmtm
Wanted?Subscriptions and renewals
to the Saturday Evening Post, Ladies'
Home Journal and The
Country Gentleman, now, Christmas
or any time. Phone o-W,
Ellerbe Peih;sm, agent l'or Curtis
Publishing Co. 10-12-2tp
Jalapa Mercantile company will operate
its gins on Friday of each
week until further notice. 10-17-tf
For Sale?Fuljrhum Oats at (10 cents
a bushel. Abruzzi Rye $1.50 a
bushel. S. A. Quattlebaum.
Money to Lend?Apply to F. L. Bynum.
attorney, Newberry, S. C.
We will gin at Kinards Thursday,
? Friday and Saturday. Bring your
cotton to us. Smith-Mercantile
Co.. M. W. Oxner, Kinards. S. C.
Wanted to Buy?Sixty to eighty
acres of farm land within four
miles of dewberry court house. H.
C. Hollwav. 10-13-2tp
Cole's Kot Blast heaters make a
big reduction in your coal bill?see
their advertisement and guarantee
Pleating?Accordian, side and box
pleating done by steam at Mrs.
Geo. S. McCravy's, Laurens, S. C..
301 W. Main street. Mail orders
will reccive prompt attention.
riione iit>3. iu-io-oi
Xo hunting, fishing or blackberry
picking allowed on the Amick place
near Helena, now rented by the undersigned.
The State Board of Education
has ordered the regular fall exmination
of teachers to be held at each
county court house on Friday, November
3 and Saturday, November 4.
The examination will begin at 9 a.
m and .vill be held in the office of
the county Superintendent of education.
Applicants will please bring examination
papers and pens. Any information
that I may be able to give
any prospective applicants will be
E. H. AULL.
Superintendent of Education.
1 0_1 H-tr!
Positively no hunting1 allowed on
S. X. and Jno. Henderson home
nlaces. Please do^'t ask me.
T. v.' HENDERSON.
All persons indebted to the estate
of Dr. P. G. Ellesor will please call
and make payments; also all persons
holding claim against his estate will
please present same to me. properly
JANIE VANCE ELLESOR,
Is Easy Money
V / yr It'o easy if you get
1 / J good equipment and
give the same attention
^ to it as you would to
V 2ny ot^er business
^ from which you expected
to earn a profit.
Too many people make the mistake of
t-irino rai<w? rhirkpns successfully With
VI J WW AU*WV v
cheaply constructed incubators.
poultrymen of i
We sell the Queen because
we are here to stay and cannot
afford to trifle with your eggs, come in
and see how a Queen operates.
For Sale by
Way's Seed & Feed Store
942 Main Street
Phone 158 Newberry, S. C.
nr* A1 iMfA '
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; A Really Great <
mmm i i i i i ? i mmm mmmBg ' ?i
Pecan Trees?Five trees, two year'
grafts, .$1.00. Three year grafts.
I Sl.oO. Stuart and Schley best for
! this section. C. I). Weeks.
Flashlights?Get them repaired and i
! litted up here. Correct bulb and1
battery will make a new light of;
it. Gilder W eeks Co.
Notice?We bought a large quantity|
! of Stronger Than the Law shoes,
j For a short time we will make it to j
| your interest to see us before you j
I Vmv VI Sfbnmncrt. A* Co.. I
i I'rosperitv, S* C. 10-6-21 i
i Fcr Sale?Setter pup 12 months old.
| Just right for training this season.
Price $22.00. Jas. C. Foshee, ChapI
pells, S. C.
Absolutely no hunting allowed upon \
any of the lands of tho undersign-/
ed. G. D. Brown, Sr.; G. D. Brown.
J Agents for The State. Will be Jf'iid
to handle your subscription, new
or renewal. Gilder & Weeks.
Wanted?To sell or rent to reliable
parties a tract of land containing
120 acres, about four miles fomj
.Little Mountain and about six j
miles from Prosperity. On puMicj
road and from one fourth to one I
half mile from graded highway. J
Good land, will produce cott>n,|
corn, wheat, oats, rye, potatoes,!
Irish and sweet, and most a'ly-j
thing that will grow in this elm-,
fAA/I Knrr o i-w) PAT17 mc.
ItlLU. 1 v> u nup, auu v.w .? ,
, tures, two running streams on j
place, one through pasture. Good
orchard; one good seven room
dwelling house with outbuildings,
two good tenant houses, two wells
an't one spring. Easy terms to any
one who wishes to buy, and a reasonable
rent to any one wishing to
rent. Reason for selling, bad
health. For further particulars, seel
J. A. Krelle, Prosperity, S. C., R 1.1
For Rent?Old Town plantation.!
Twelve or thirteen one-horse farms i
j on Saluda river, line Bermuda i
i grass meadow, pasturage, ample I
outbuildings. Prefer to lease as an i
entirety for several years for a!
cash annual rental. F. Werber, j
-TV Rcvwvn Marvland. 10-3-tf!
I Hats cleaned and blocked. Sanitary
I Laundry Co. 9-26-St;
Finished family wash 10c per ponnd..
Sanitary Laundry Co. 9-2(>-8t'
NOTICE TO BORROWERSI
will receive applications for loans
from the Federal Land Bank of Columbia
until November 10. 1922.
Hand me your application without
H. C. HOLLOWAY,
Sec.-Treas. 1. Bethel National Farm
Loan Associations of Newberry
Countv. 10-3-5t ltaw
Dry Cleaning saves your suit. San- j
| itary Laundry Co. 9-26-St
i Wa irnavanttto Ally rlvp wnrlf SjlflilnrV
Laundry Co. * 9-26-8t'
: Land for sale or rent?One tract containing:
eighty-one (81) acres; one'
tract containing sixty-six (*>6> :
acres. For further information
apply to B. L. Mills,.Little Mountain,
S. C. 9-19-tf
For Sale?Car of galvanized roof-!
j ing bought before the advance. B.
B. Schunipert. 10-3-4t
Prosperity, S. C.
i i ?
Cadet Mixed Chocolates?Fine mix- i
ture, 'high grade chocolates, 50c
j pound. Gilder & Weeks Co.
Money to Lend?On improved farm
! , lands at G per cont.; we can negotiate
loans on property in the town
i of Newberry. Sec us at once and
file your application. Dominick &'
Workman, Attys. 8-8-tf
ADMIN IS RATOR'S NOTICE
1 1 ' n Al A i. r
| J no creditors 01 tnc estate 01
! Martin L. Strauss, deceased, are
! hereby ri'^tilled to render an account
; of their demands, duly attested, and
the debtors to said estate are hereby
notiled tc make payment to either of
the undersigned, by November 1,
E. L. STRAUSS,
II. C. HOLLOW A f,
, 9-29-4t ltaw
Men and women average SI.00 per
j hour selling hosiery, four pairs
i guaranteed wear four months or
' new hosiery free. We pay '50 per
j cent commission. Free samples to
i working agents. Complete line of
wool and heather mixtures. This
is the big hosiery season. Experii
once unnecessary. Eajjie Hosiery
i Works. Darby, Pa. 9-261 Dtp
?V UO I y House ,
The Sensational Mus
Hast of Musical Comedy Stars
NOTICE or FINAL SETTLEMENT j"
I w ill ui::ki' a final settlement of i
the ts'aW ol' S. N. Henderson in the
Probate Court for Mow berry county,
S. C., on Friday, the 2~th day of
October, 1!>22, :?t 10 o'clock in the
forenoon and will immediately there
after *k for my dischrage as administrator
with the Will Annexed of
All persons having claims against
the estate of S. X. Henderson, deceased,
are hereby notified to file the <
same, duly verified, with the undersigned.
and those indebted to said estatt
will please make payment likewise.
Adm. Will Annexed, j
Newberry, S. C. I
Sept. 27th, 11)22.
G. E. CROMER
Over Bake-Rite Bakery
Broken Lenses Duplicated
GREEN & GARRISON
Office Up Stairs
1217V2 Boyce Street
My white and pink
now in full bloom.
Would be glad to have
you come out and see
them, for they are in
oil 4-l-\/^ii? rvl^i'tr* w\iX7
clii men giyjijy iuvv i
upon row of beautiful
Mrs. J. A. Calwwell
II j U I
We want you to see <
of iron beds which w
The rails-are reversib
able using any sort of
are neat and strong ai
lent. They cost no m(
I l.'inrl nnrl will nlf^SSft \
se:e us and sa
Heaters, Grates, ]
We appreciate youi
J. J. langf
1317 Main St.
Friday, Oct 1
ical Comedy Success
with America's Foremost Mi
You can save money?AlltO tops recovored.
Wo cover all makes and
models and save you money. We
use only the best j*radc material.
Hill Bros. Garage, Main Street.
3rd Floor Exchange Bank Bldg .
Broken Lenses Duplicated
Bagging and Ties
Get Our Prices
DORRITY & CO.
Phones 4 and 315
When those friendly, likable Old
Shoes of yours get under the weather,
when they begin to show signs of a
run-dowa condition, Sec Price.
Electric Shoe Hospital
FT ' l
J AS. D. HUNT, Prop.
Dealer in Gas. Oils and Greases.
Dealer in Dodge Cars and Repairs
Prosperity, S. C.
Va v\OJ OJ
our complete display
e have just received,
le and interchangesprings.
id the finish is excel)re
than the ordinary i
VE MONEY ON
brd & Son
and Sincere treatment.
You a Seat
Gl c rious Girls ]