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? PURELY PERSONAL
The Mcvrrn^cnts of Many Pecpic?
NewLerriaris ar.d Those Who
TJiif o children from the Oakianc. j
Mill v liar.:e were sent to the oroh.in- j
"i-'-1 >r r/il:>mhin Tuesdav. v|
Mr. arc Mrs. Henry Cannon moved
Wednesday to their home near th*
Lutfceian Church of the Redeemer.
The beautiful design ct the residenet j
was originally by a lady architect i
from Atlanta, Miss Wilburn. subject (
:o changes by our home architect.)
Mr. Ernest Summer of the Newberry;
Lumber company, which company]
contracted for the building.
Sc-e whom we have with us. Five |
a<;.> Mr. Jake Lurev ana lam- j
ily moved from New :errv to Spartan-:
bunr. Among the children was :i J
little fellow. Lewie. Well, that same j
once little T.ewie has grown to be j
a young man and has returned to ihisj
city to he a printer in The Herald and |
News office. He has had "some expo-!
rience in Spartanburg. We are glad j
to haye him with us.
Probate Judge W. F. E\turt per-j
l\>rmed another marriage ceremonyj
I at his office for a colored couple, this j
lime early Wednesday morning, not j
k-ng after breakfast. It was a good j
kxking couple, too, and the bride-!
groom, Joe Suber. came ail the w..yj
V ofn Dante. Va., to marry his bride, j
I.emmie Clark, of Newberry Route 3. j
They were well dressed and seenfed!
to be in easy circumstances, having j
thv appearance of prominence in!
their society circles. Relatives camej
:..'>ng to witness the ceremcnv. It
one of the most imposing: of
colored marriages yet before Judge
E'.vart.. Su*ber is a native of Newberry
county. Jhe couple left Wednesday
morning'for Dante, where Joe is
Mrs. Julia Smith has returned to I
Baltimore after an extended visi: to j
her daughters, Mrs. J. W. White and j
jirs. H. H. Kinard.
We are glad to report the improve- ;
merit of Mr. J. P. Wilson, son of Mr. j
and Mrs. W. M. Wilson of Peak.
That little girl who arrived last j
Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. \
liarry Summer, Jr., makes another !
important addition to the large tribe
1 of Summers in this city.
We hope the tea room at the p]i:ce !
formerly occupied by The Herald j
and News office will prove a success,!
and we d'mt see why it should not, ;
as such.a room would seem to-,be the j
very thing for a city the size of New- j
berry. It will be conducted by Mrs. j
J. L. Wolfing and Mrs. Ewing, the I
adies hope to have uie room ready |
before Thanksgiving day.
Ps Friday n:ght will see "Sittin' Fret- '
ty" at the opera house. "You air' !
have heard so much about it you will i
v want to see it, and must see it. It is j
a play by home talent and the cast |
m is ready.
* T rwifl'v FttiIov i? n
bratkig Armistice day, which proper- j
ly falls on Saturday this year, but j
- Saturday is not suitable for such an |
occasion, 'h$i'ce the 10th is substitut- |
ea for the 11th. Everybody is keyed j
up to expect a great event in the his- j
torv of this city and county. 'And j
don't overlook the legion pictures at |
the matinee FViday afternoon at the j
opera house, remembering at the j
same time the Xcar East relief work, i
Mr. Richard Philips came over j
from Rock Hill and went away with
Mrs. Philips and little Richard, Jr., j
who have been visiting her mother.!
Mrs. Elizabeth Melton at Helena. The!
Philips have moved from Rock Hill to =
Wilmington, N. C.
If you want to see the pictures'
Fridav vcu "will have to'' between
* ^ i
the hours of 2 and fi r>_ m._ tVio
cast will then be gettin' ready for,
"Sittin' Pretty." I
There is nothing: <Soing in the.
courts of the city, it being an orderly
place, with quiet citizens of both'
races for the most part.
A colored subscriber, who takes
The Herald and News and reads it
in his home on Rome 3, has returned
from a visit to his children in New
York and New Jersey, after spending:
eight weeks with them, resting up
d taking medicine, all of which h.1
says did him good. He, C. G. Gil1'um.
is well known in the city and
county. And it would perhaps surprise
you to know, in addition to Gil}iam's
children, how many colored
people from Newbeny are in the
.arger cities of other states.
We arc pleased to say that Mrs.
Marion Dav;s is imm-ovinv ,ir t'no P.-?
lumbia hospital, as reported by a visit
Wednesday from Mrs. T. P. JohnfO,.
Mrs. Claude C. Schumpert and
Miss Sud'e Dennis have returned
from Asheville, X. C.. after accompanying
their sister. Miss Leila Dennis,
to the sanatorium. Ker many
friends will hope for her speedy re%
- covery to her usukI good health.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McLean of
Greenwood, after spending the weekend
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Claude La than, k-f: Mo relay for
visit to relatives :n Abbeville.
Delayed mrterial har- retarded the
growth or h r.ew Commercial bnr.W
builuin^*. cut "she v.'. 11 <ret thv're" :::
. . . I! ar.d .M:-;. !l. Y.!
Lc <' .1:: attending !
th ' ]>i :>t Oman's Aliy>;c" J.ry unio:
"a. '.ina v:;=ik
. .Vv-.--. left Thursday for
!- i . . .. ami Ttrre Haute,
Ir. : . .) be ?: >ne ten day? or two!
V > . His brothers wrote him th-.it ]
Pj es I dent Hardin.? would have r.c !
-rr< ater recemion than that awaitin.il
Mrs. J .H. West will leave on Sat-1
arJay f?.r Birmingham to attend th. ;
1". D. C. ?tate convention of Alaba-j
After Armistice celebration ihej
next thing wil: be Thanksgiving un- j
?os.? something else turns up in me
meantime, and there is always something
turning ud in this dry. 1
There i? a keg in a store o: thisj
;ity that has a strong "aroma" cling-!
ing to it. The keg was conlisc-ited j
when* it was seized \\ith contraband j
stuff recently. 'Tis only an empty ves-j
sol now. with nothing but the "odor" j
to tell the tale. It mu-t be srme-i
thing like thai, because you voulj
call ;t fragrance.
Dr. WrG. Ilouseal motored to Lau- j
rens with Mrs. Houscai Yvednesdayi
morning. He returned immediately j
to Newberry, after seeing Mrs. Hons
eai c* tfte tram to Augusta. e is
visiting: her son, Dr. Robert VT. Houses!,
and hit wife ar.d baby. Dr.
Honsea! started for Laurens early
nut trot there just as the train rolled
in. Going; to Lauren early of a morning:
is the easiest, quickest and best
way of get tine: to Augusta, by takin?
the train passing through at the time.
Mr. Tnos. K. Johnston and family
expect to motor to Columbia today
Friday, and return with IMrs. Jr.hr.stone'fe
father. Dr. W. E. Pelham,
from the hospital. Dr. Pelham his
been ill so long until it is a relief to
his friends to know that his improvement
is such as to allow of his coming
Kay Gallman and Prue Bell spent
the week-end in Newberry.?Abbeville
There will be preachnig at the McCullousrh
school house Sunrfav after
noon at ?i:30 o'clock by the Rev. A.
Rev. J. M. Rasmack, former pastor,
began a meting at Claytjon Memo
rial church on Wednesday night
and there will bo preaching every
night this week and Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock and the meeting will
close with preaching at night Sunday.
Successful Box Party
The box party given by the Improvement
association of Pressley
school last Friday night proved.to be
a great success, and we, the association,
wish to thank our friends for
the cooperation that they gave us,
and especially the boys as they freely
paid out their money for a good
cause, and we are sure tuners wu;
agree with us also, when they ieadn
that, just cne cake alone brought
SG5, which was put up in a beauty
contest which aroused great interest
among the boys.
The total proceeds of the night
were SS7.70, which will go to help
build a new school house which by
this time next year we hope to see
completed, as we have some live
workers behind it.
Let us again in conclusion thank
every one for their cooperation.
IN THIS STATE
Three Opponents fcr Democratic i
Nominees Faii to Make
The State, P.
South aCrolina Tuesday elect-: d a
full Democratic state and nations
ticket, headed by Thomas G. J-IcLeod
for governor. The Democratic state
ticket was unopposed as were four of
the seven congressional candidates.
The Republican vott in the two d:strlcts
where the R^publictns entered
candidates and the independent vote
in the Seventh was scatter: ig and so
small as i be almost negligible. I'.'
the First district where Congressman
Logan was opposed by the Rev. Sigfr'td
L. Biomgren, Republican, the
Democratic candidate, unofficial re.
turns show.-received more than ten
votes to one for the Republican. It
w.-s in this district that the Republicans
had hoped to make their best
| In the fourth district ??;. P. Xor
wood, opposing1 Congressman ??Ie
Swain, received few votes, the entire
city of Spartanburg, according
unofficial returns, giving him only
In th? Seventh district, which in'
eludes the city of Columbia, scattering
returns show but few votes foi
J. C. Etheredire. entered as an independent
E:'*v received liv
iii t.K city ol C 0iU2:ibia.
i-.lf MWJUWI W.I J.1H mill ?I U.HIJU, T :.v
A new fit vl_-o rh-.ir._c.-' p?ople
nives. Sticking ihcni where the
lion": belong does the same.
A beautiful woman i> just a ret c,
To <: teeth with necessary ace
For Sale?One yoke of steers woig]
:ag 2,000 pounds. Also i (5-hor.x
T.ozer engine. D. E. and J. -
Tvo gcicRsh and bowi 35c. The eh 3
tiren would like a bowl.
He ;es suitable for .shipping clny. :il
.heniums c.r.u other flowers. Wax<
2 ?per for wrapping i'5ewers.
F;v:crai c'liffc-?, made cspecially f.
tying1 funeia! flowers. While ai
S? b iirne now. Set our * s:>me th
month. We have all ?or\> and w
ho glad to show you the r.toek.
1 W:. n?ec!?Fifteen wagons and tean
:") haul iuw'cer. For further info
: iation address Tiger River Fii
v. e., Shelion, S. C. il-iO-i;
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEKEN
I vrtll make a final settlement ;
the estate of Hvlja Nance (n<
Lc::g3horc) in the rr; ;ate Court f<
Me.. berry county, S. L., on Momia
the l^ih day oi* Dec., 1022. at J
)\1 dck in the forenoon and w:l: ir
.lie 1 lately thereafter z.for my di
eh: ."xe as Guardi;.n of >-;id estate.
Mrs. S. EMMA LONGSHORE,
Newberry, S. C.
Nov. 10th. 1022.
n TRESPASS NOTICE
. 1! persons are forbidden to trs
par; upon the properly of the undo
:ig: ed by hunting, fishing or othe
VV i '
J. T. BAKER,
E. C- BAKEH.
JOE HENRY BAKER,
T. J. A BR A 313,
Pa' vin q;er-Samsier Co.
Drs- car New Ycrk Dar.ich Cabcaj;
ill arrive about the 15th of X
vorncer. Please- send in your o
c >r at or.ee. The price will t
S' 1.75 per hundred. Miller Bro
Co., Prosperity, S. C. 11-3-1
For Sale?Another car of V. Crim
md Corrugated Roofing just a
r ved, bought before the ndvanc-i
I'. E. Schumpert Co., Prcsoerir
S. C. ll-3-3t lta
For Sale?Saw mill outfit in runnin
0 der. Apply to Henry L. Par
? "ewberry, S. C. 11 -3-1
Ful'er Brashes?I represent the F'J
1: r Brush company in Newberr
c iunty, and will be glad to ha\
\ jtir order. Phone 311 and mali
a >pointments. Mrs. McHard
? ower. 10-27-*
vVc need the cash, you need the mi
s_\ and get the bargain. See oi
r cord ad. T. E. Salter.
For Sale?5 verv line old hams, 3f<
Two tubs lard at ITcts. lb.
A trio of very handsome blac
Mrs. A. P. Coleman,
Chapoells, S. C.
Y7e, the member? of the Channel
ic Protective association, here:
fo: id any one from hunting or.fi>
";ng or trespassing in any manner c
un of our property, and offer a 111
:ra- reward for information leadir
I :o he conviction of any person vi
I lati ig this notice. This property ii
:h: ies land in No. 7 township,
?. }: >ol districts Xos. 37, 38, 39, 4
7)o extends on Saluda river fro
' Island Ford'' to "the old cut-oil
We mean business.
J. L. HOLLO WAY,
E 5. BOAZMAX,
E. S. D0MIXICK,
1V1 !"??. tf VV . OUi .U V ,
W R. SMITH, Jr.
A. M. CHAPMAN & Bros
JNO. B. SCURRY,
A. P. COLEMAN",
J. J. Mi:RRAN.
J. S. DOMINICK,
J. L. WATKINS.
V,*. O. IiOLLOWAY,
K. L. DOMINICK.
Lc.-t?2 rive-do! ;ar at or ne
' J at: Room Finder please return
i Irs. A. H. Maybir.j Blair?, or
~;.'c-5* R 00.11. r'inder pie-a^'. return
We guarantee our clyc work. San ita
Two brick ir.ci*car.tiie building.cccuph
by Win. Johnson <Nc Sc.:: a:
in ; in value every day, no bci.er i
ii^riet. Ren:? well, priced right
Five room dwelling1 owned by M
-c -ion Jan. 1. lf>2o. Mr. Vara is
L. pose of this property. A g.od
For Sale cr Rent?Five room <!'
v,; mm or Street. Th is property is
n ticed the developments in real
nvestigate : lis. U ?vner. Mr. uxnc
If interested in any of the ab.~v<
"erven. If you have a:i property
bZCURITY LOAN &
Sirayecl?Onc^ pointer lioj? n.mu
Mm. W :..I0 31'iHVI], IvOWai'i
' * rf. P. Wicker, care Farmers C)
?.?ntive:y no hunting allowed o
:::i:s 01 l. S. Sub or. S. (.?. Brow:
,! J. A. B:own, Vv. T. Brown and 1
] o-2-i- ?tp
So wis for g;*sv/:ng bulbs, -Ge and
each. Bulcs of ail Icincis. J* or tt
7* ivst bulbs cu:ne to Mayi-s'Book
_ Wanted?Cooti. sound peas. Join
i- .5on-McCrackin Co. 10-24Flashlights?Get
them repaired -ir
fitted up here. Correct bulb ar
l-'.l?. It i ?1 -it <rl I 1.^,1.1 >
i.. Gilder & "weeks Co.
Pecan Trecj?Filio trees, iwc ye;
: grafts, .$1.00. Three year graft
$1.50. Stuart and Schley host f<
tIi:3 section. C. D. V-.'cc
v-' Agents for The Stacc. V::l be g'c
ill to handle your subscription, ne
or renewal. Gilder u Wee':.5?,
n SALE iOF PERSONAL PROPERT
1 will sell at ry residence, s
rr.il'.? from Prosperity, on Wedne
day, Nov. 8. 1022. at 10:00 o'eloc
lis the fellov.'mg personal pro pert
Mules, wagons, buggies, corn a?
io fodi'cr. org;m i^ood as new, ire.
:p v o i - k novo and far in : in pie ni c n i
Toms ca. h.
T J. A. KRELLE,
Fro-pel iiv. S. C\, li. F. 1). Xe. 1
y. Dry Cleaning saves your ruit. Sa
[0 :t:\vy Laundry C?;. 9-2 C>,3
Cadet Mixed Chocolates?Fine Jill
tu;c, h:g!i grade chocolatt^ 51
pound. Gilder & Weeks Co.
j For Rent?Old Town plantatio
Tv/elvc or thirteen one-horse farr
_ on Saluda river, line Bcrmu:
grjss meadow, pasturage, amp
s- outbuilding's. Prefer to leare a.- i
? - entirety for several years for
r- cash annual rental. F. Werbc
Jr.. Benvyn, Maryland. 10-oHats
cleaned and blocked. Sanitai
Laundry Co. 0-25
For Scle or Renl?Two' liorse fan
4700(1 dwelling, tenant nouse, go<
pasture and outbuildings, tv
re m'les from Prosperity. J. I
a-: i Worts. 10-20>e
F-'cr Sale?Two good Thic-ry organ
<5 See J. B. Bedenbaugh, Pomaria, ,
' C. 11-7-1
1 For Sate?New scur.d corn in tl
ip shuck W. E. Moseiey, i rospeiit
r-l S. C. 11-7l'f
v.- All persons are forbidden to trc
-- pass on ianrl ol the unders'gncd t
ig hunting:, or in any other manm
if ; Mrs. CARRIE *\ DOMIXICK.
j i 'l-7-3tp
y ; Fcr Sal??Goat, wagon and harnes
re i In fine shape. Terms cash. App
:e : Furrow's Barber shop, under E
v change bank.
li* f Wo will have a car New York Da
j ish Cabbage at Prosperity, S. C., c
I or about the loth Nov., 1922. We w
- i .notify all our customers when the
c' arrive. Price 1 o-4c per pound.
SCOTT C-RO. CO.
J ? w ^
?rr | '
D** ' r-?
I Talk is cht ip, promisc-s are kj
in j What makes the telephone necessr.
0, | or jreed roach essential?
UV ii. " A. 'w ^ A ^ Vv-J.
Ti - 1 1
, it is our aim to give ine nuo;
i 100 per cent value for every dells
| See us fcr your Tires and Tub:
! Genuine rcrcl Prrts and Rep:
| Wo'.*k, Vulcanizing; and Accessor^
to' ? ill Q
to 1 r;0o Main St. Ne\v:eny, S.
A f F.CTATF
co r.;cv Caid-ve!] and Boyee Strc-et:" n vi
R. C. Perry. This property is im-res
jvSpc;:y to be had in the hu.ine
I-" r (juicK sa.e.
A. C. Ward on Caldwell Street, po
b uiidina: a new home and desires 1
veHi]}.? eorr.er of Mayer Avenue an
no v.* and i- well located. Have yo
e late at thi? r.?;int. It \v:!i pay you t
r, " caving town.
**e U:. at oiiv'o. i*'w t "le It.:1
f ?r s.de or rent list it with us lor quic
IN VESTMENT COMPANY
We the unner.-ifncd. iv. .foro:?i
. any one person <>r persons tronij
;i iv; .:l.isr on kii* bv day or by,
P night. L. K. L?>n:r, i .H II i
Ruius Long, L. M. 2nd !. T Long,j|
-T. Robert i.onjr. \V !!i 31. I. i
J. L. Bedenbaugh, J. S. Bickley. ?
L* 0. L. Mayer, i. A. Miller. Mis.- Lii-;
i lian Welch, W. F. Johnson. W- C.|<
j. .\ bi.. iv, 10-o 1-2: p
Used J'crc! cars for sale G?iod ,'C"d.tion.
: Men ?.nd women average $1.00 per.
~!. hour selling hosiery, four pairs
' guaranteed wear four months or
tt new hosiery free. We nay oO per
~i cent commission. Free samples to
1. working aceniGompleiie line of I
1<J; wool and heather mixtures. This j
JJ- is the bit.; kosleiy season. Expc-ri- |
; enee unnecessary. i-Iagle Hosiery j
Works. Darby. i'a. 9-2?J!Gip
> E7AP CAIF
O ? 1 T*"
KaoreiviC7 Ann i >^r,
*? ? C/s > AA ^ /v w ft / <co /i %?? O
, w v> VX
Get Our Prices
v DORRITY I CO.
s- Phones 4 and 313
t Shoe Repairing
When those friendly, likable Old
Shoes of yours rjet under the weather,
* rV.a^ tk orr korrlr. - C ,
run-down condition, Sse Price.
$ Electric Shoe Hospital
3c' U R5 D s r- ;>
j ti . i d , D I 1 j ?> 4
^ 3rd Floor Exchange 3ank Bldg
ie EYES EXAMINED
m GLASSES FITTED
a Broken Lenses Duplicated
r, ; ,
u Pleating?Accordiar., side and box
pi eating done- by steani at Mrs.
Geo. S. McCraw's, Laurent, S. C..
301 Vv. Mai:i street. Mail orders
will receive prompt attention.
;;! Phone 233. " " 10-13-ot
Money to Lend?On improved farm
lands at 0 per corxt.; we car; negotf
tiate loans or. property in the town
? of Newberry. Sec us at once and
file your application. Dominick &
S- i Workman, Attys. 8-B-tf
-j Bagging and i
*; Ties i
| FOR SALE
; - i i ?
Sj A new
i we bought a
I We off*
!;: | attractive pr
21 quick mone]
j Be sort
c.; you buy.
_ | We ha\
,v i Motions and
ti^i. u to ^ 1 x<~?' w- 3
l- TT -xr<rnr~
lL?i. i ii
majmjn i ? (rmrmsrmwnsznm rrwi-nn aaa,^
NOTICE TO BORROWERS- Fin!
I \vill recc Ivc applications for loans
. :'o:n tne r e-ieral 1n;i ;Jar.k oi i >-.
un.'.bia unti' X< ve:>i!?:?r 10. V.".:-.
iiniui iv.v your application witheu:'
fur. her delay.
H. C. HOT.I.OWAY,
ScoTreas. Mt. Bethel National Farm
Loan Associations of Newberry
County. 10-3-.~t l:aw ^
OUR GRAPHOFHONE RECORDS
Third collection. Symphony
Ai fr ."h in . tock.
Wo need the c ifh, y..u need the r
This special rhi.s week only.
1 T r Q A'
-- ? ?-?:s> -lJ
? Z--* Ma'n Ci.
r>i~u 7^ Sjf
j THE "SELLEI
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I j ' ,..v |
i I '?.' "TVrr^ '-.!:.*^i I:?I.
IU3 ^ jlggl
The happy, :v. adorn way. Think of
' ' :!! ,:ave y?:u. Think of ihc hours
Everythhf? the S;!!er ; Cabinet is s:-:
You iia\for example. the Origin;i
fon; the only / utor.iaT.ic I.ov:eiin? Fi.)
Extender; the beautiful white Poreel
Bu.;t-prcof Base.Top underneath the Pc
war." drawer; Ant-proof Colors; Sar
T.and-rubbcd f.nihh; patented Su.triess Di
lion: Sanitary Lcs Ba.-c-: Roil Curtain; 1
and many others.
Corr.e in and see a free demonstrate
Jo 'J. LANGFOI
Lime Phosphate for i
Acid Phosphate for <
j ' Palmetto 8-3-3 for an
! T. M. Neel, Pi
ptnuikA I hie
yC?l f Is? 41 1 Mte
shipment of Mil
it a rock bottom |
3f these hats to oi
ices in order to re
0 to see these h;
re a big line .of L
^ ?- . -rv c> f* 3 (Tu C
, unOvS ??.?. pli ?C<j?
X MOUNTAIN, S
--rrfcf r-?--.JT^-gn>'y> TH g?jMg T"?T Ti SBWM
shed family wash 10c per poui^KflBB^gg
ih:ia:y I.auadry Co.
G. E. CROMER^^H
Over Bake-Rite Bakery ^^BhS
EYES EXAMINED VHB
iroken Lenses Duplicated J|
. i??? ????mmmwmmmm i IW r li
GOING THIS WEEK AT |||
Thr^e for $2.JO
THree for $1.75 /"'jB
Two for $1.50 / J
ecord;: and get the -bargain. *
tit * c r
HEN WORK ^
i '-laKsai&W : i I
?! log? r^ }
||| o \?lly\ r.
the work and energy a Sellers
yeu can. have for other things.
Extending Table Drawer Secur
Bin; Automatic Base Shelf
am V/ork Table; the invisible
eolain Work Table; the Silver- (
itary Glass Drawer Pulls; oil.
awcrs; dovetail joint cOiistrucioller
Ecarinas on Work Table; !
R.O Sc SON
' *csur m w MM? ?? w In*
& CO. .'
Alfalfa and Wheat.
. - ,
[ ii Buna mm mmm nurm?i 9
! Iff* Ccii ^
it trade at
v 1 I
ats before |
> that will