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Jpjc ?eral& unD Jems.
Katarec at tk? Po*to?c? at Naw^wry,
3. Cn as 2nd class mattsr.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Fvi^!.v Vnvfmhpv ?4. 1S22.
We are going to try to print ou:
special Education edition on Frida>
of next week, and if we can get tht
type up and the ids ready and thpress
work done we may print or
Wednesday night, so as to give the
force .ill of Thanksgiving and the da}
after. To do so we must have, th'
cooperation of the people who an
carrying ads in the paper as well a
the coop2ration of the people who an
writing articles. The cooperation
"we mean ;s to let us have the cop;
for the ads and the stories jusi -a.
auuit as> vuu u^k.aao_ una,? w.
your par; will cause us delay, an>
you can greatly contribute to th
pleasure and comfort of the force a
the office by giving ihc cooperatio
here asked. ' 1 r-* v '
We must all work together if W
want to gee anywhere.
We can not help telling you no\
and again how well pleased we ar<
with our new quarters. If our neigh
. bor Crowder of the National hote
k would just add a lunch counter to hi
fine hotel, and give the excellen
cuisine that he must serve in his re?
ular dining room, judging from th ,
number of cars that arc- parked i
the rear of cur office every night
which indicates that the travelin*
folk are stopping v.-ith him, then w
could take a plate cf soup or some
thing, and not have to go home 't<
dinner until late in the afternoon af
ter the day's wo'k had .been finished
That is, the ordinary day that we pu
in down town. * The other and extra
ordinary day begins after we get tcur
old typewriter at home in ou
den there, but we would like ro*Hav
a place nsjr by where we could ge:
I a light* midday lunch, and we fee
somehow that we would like to ste]
' incl' nut rlrvnr trip Infirl
This November weather has beei
p just fine. We read in an exchange
how the ed'tor of the Greenwood In
dex-Journal has been writing abou
the beauty of the rising November
sun, and he is right. It is
to get up these mornings and se^ the
; sun coming over the horizon. I"
makes you feel good all the day long
\ and especially if you had been a
r " your typewriter the night before un
j; til about midnight. We do r.ot hav ^
I the pic:sure of reading the Intfex
t Journal as it is one of two or three o
PV , the daily papers that have no com
i plied with the resolution of the Pres
association* suggesting that we re
sume the old custom of exchanging
The only others, so far as we reca?
that we dc not see, are the News an<
Courier and the Greenville Piedmont
and Rion McKissick said he was going
to put us on his list.
* Col. Rion McKissick has kept h:
| promise, and we are now receivjn
I and enjoying the Greenville Piedmor
v We have already found two article
I that we have clipped from the editc
rial column. We always did enjc
this paper and we are glad to hav
it on our exchange list.
B~ A friend in a different state wh
W for a long time was a resident c
Newberry writes that she can n<
exactly locate our new quarters, an
when we talk about the court hous
she evidently associates the lop^tio
with the old court house an:dM't"h
public square. No, dear one, w? ar "
f; r under what jrou will recall a
the Crotwell hotel on the corner nex
to the court house-lawn at the ne*
court house, as we would say sine
bwe have taken cn the airs of a cit^ t
in College street. It is now the^SM**
tional hot^l under the managemer
of Mr. Crowder, and as we have rc
marked elsewhere, judging .by th
* - * x1 ? ?\
Inumoer ci cars mat pars at in
place every evening:, he must . b
pleasing: the public and fu'rnishin;
good service and spreading: a goo
table. Seme of these times when w
get the price we are going aroun;
and sample his dinner "unbeknow
ings" to him.
<S> AMONG THE SCHOOLS <*
Let us all remember that the cour
ty teachers association will hold it
regular meeting at the auditorium c
the Newberry high school on Satr?
day at 11 o'clock, and that all th
teachers are expected to attend th'
meeting, and that we also cxpcct I
see all the trustees there and th
members of the legislature from thi
county. Mr. D. L. Lewis of the statf
department of education who i
spending the week in Newberry wit]
ne, is going to remain over lor thi
.neeting, and he wants to discuss wit]
is the finances of the schools. It i
i very important subject just nov
md to many 01 our schools some
h:n<* h:'.s to be (tone to run the regu
terms for which the teachers hav
i >een employed. We want to get th
v^gures before the trustees and th<
:eachers and the members of the ieg
slature and the entire people.
Mr. Lewis came in on Tuesda;
norning and we have been niakin;
^ vAn n qtiiI uwtf iny qc jtj ^ i
??V 1 VUUUO U i 1 VI ? MO I'iUll,
schools as we could in the four schoo
lays that he has been with me. It i
mpossible in so short a time to visi
nany of them, and the ones we d<
isit the time is so short that we cai
ot do much making suggestions, bu
t is the best we can do. On Tuesda;
:e stopped at Reagin and Deadfal
_ l -nd Silverstreet anfl Chappells am
'aughnville and then came on horm
>* Mudlic and Dominick and Smyrn;
:t by the time we reached Mudlic i
as time for school to be out, an<
e made no step at any of them af
\\/t leaving Vaughnville, except fo
-5,.few minutes at the negro school i:
aughnville district. The Dominic;
hool had just closed, as we met ;
jmber of the children, and it wa
len considerably after three o'clock
) no one can find fault with th
ngth of the day in this school.
Wednesday we went in the opposit
| :recticn and made the iirst stop a
>hnstone and then St. Lukes an<
g Creek (which we reached at th
nner hour) and Saluda and O'Neal
id Monticello, and got home a littl
vfcre 4 o'clock. Thursday I coul<
ot leave the office, and I asked Mr
ike Wise to take Mr. Lewis to Ml
etRel-Garmany and Mt. Pleassn
id Broad River ana Rutherford am
ressley and New Hope-Zion. Frida;
am going to take him to St. Ph'lip
id Fork and Jolly Street and Si
?ul and Midway, and if we ca;
ake it, out to Mt. Pilgrim r.nd Fair
ew and Wheeland and Central. 0
->urse we can hardly make all these
at if the roads are good we cm ge
:v'?'?ood way even in a school day. 0
>urse we should remain longer a
ich school, but I want Mr. Lewi
hile he is with mo to get an idea o:
1 the schools in the county. He ha
omised me to write his observation
i these schools and the work that i
ing done and to make such sugges
)hs as may seem^o him proper an;
r the improvement of the schools
his I will print in this colomn and
3uld be glad to have the teachcr
id the trustees and the patrons lool
- 't for it and read it. Whatever h<
ay say will be for the good of th<
uldren, as it appears to him, anting
a competent judge and riis'n
-Tested it shoulld appeal to all of us
I shall be very glad to see a larg:
imber of trustees at the meeting 01
^turday and certainly shall expec
I the teachers to be present. Thi:
going to be a very important meet
Z and we should all take sufficien
terest to .be present and take par
I hope that the patrons anil friend
<d trustees and children will all taki
interest in the proper observance
National Education week. O
arse there are many mere weeks ii
e year &nd our interest in the com
unity should not begin and end wit]
:s one week, and I do not believe i
11. We can not do anything wort:
lile at any work in which we do no
ke an active interest. We need t<
t awake on this question of improv
g our rural schools and our rura
(-mmuniies, and my observation i
?t we arc waking5 and we hav<
' >ne a great deal within the last tei
ars, a::"! ? v: to da a grea
al more in tlic next ten years in th
atter of the proper training of th
nth of today. Times and condi
.. >r.s have changed, and if we are t<
^*ep up with the procession we mus
'apt ourselves to the new order o
ings. We can not correct presen
y ev!ls by sitting around and talk
z about conditions and referring t<
r. ?iat we did twenty or thirty year
o. The world is moving and w
jst move along with it or be crushei
ncath the juggernaut of moder:
I will be at Newberry all of nex
ek. It will be necessary for me v
in town practically all of the wee!
if you want to see me in regar
> any business pertaining to th
heels you will find me in the offie
the court house or at The Heral<
id News office which adjoins th
urt house lawn.
E. H. A.
Of course young Rockefellow fav
s the 8-hour day. It gives mor
Tie for stepping on the gas.
'"Too many women shoot their hus
inds," says a judge. About ho\
any would he think not too many?
St VENERABLE WOMAN
:ij DIES IN COLUMBIA
ti Mrs. L. A.. Davenport Passes at Age
of Seventy-five Years
v. . |
- The State, 23rd.
-j Mrs. L. Adelia Davenport died at j
e the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. T.!
t? Schultz, 2203 Park street, yesterday jj
e; morning at 2:15 o'clock at the age of;
j Mrs. Davenport had been living in 1
j Columbia about 15 months, coming !
y*,here from Whitmire. Up untfl three;
? weeks ago she lived with her son, A. (i
y; W. Davenport at 2400 Park street,!
I 'but for the last htree weeks had lived ;
si with her daughter, Mrs. Schultz. She j
II had been in ill health since the spring.!
o! Mrs. Davenport lived to have the j
n, fullness of life and to go out at its
tjebb and she leaves a number of sory
j rowing friends and relatives to
1: mourn her absence. She is survived
d by the following childi*en: A. W. Daejvenport,
Mrs. C. T. Schultz and Mrs.
l'Marv Poae of Columbia, Mrs. E. A7
tj Dobbins of Sumter snd Mrs. Maggie!
i/Denson of Whitmire.
-T The body will be taken to Newber- j
rj'cy today and the funeral services'
n!will .be held ai the Bush River Bap-!
kjtist church oSt from Newberry. In-!
a [torment will follow in the church-1
100 Die in Denver of Smallpox
j Denver, Colo., Nov. 21.?Compul-!
e! so: y vaccination in Denver as a pre- j
tjventive of small pox, which has beer.;
$! prevalent here for several weeks, was
ej declared in effect today by Dr. Wil-j
llliam H. Sharplcy, manager of health.!
e (There have been 100 deaths in Den-j
[jiver from smallpox within a few weksj
. i Dr. Sharpley declared.
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j j <$ Q ^ Q <?> <? <t> ' ?* ^ & j
s! ^OPINIONS OF AMERICANS |
J$> STATESMEN ON EDUCATION <8>!
, :<f .$ .$> *>, <S> 4; <$> < > $, <$> <$!
1! The good education of youth hasj
' ;been esteemed by wise men in alllj
I ages as the surest foundation of thej,
1; happiness both of private families'
*;and of commonwealths.?Benjamin f|
^ j Promote, then as an object of pr:-|
3 mary importance, institutions for the j
"general diffusion of knowledge. In
15[proportion as the structure of a govc
vf4 to rmblic oninion,
) dlUliWiiW vw f ...
^ i it is essental that public opinion I
'*} should be enlightened?George Wash-j
sj Wise and judicious modes of edu-|
cation, patronized and supported by j
s!communities, will draw together the:
^ ' i I
"sons of the r'ch ana tie r.oor, amonrr
jvvhom it makes no distinction; it will
'Icultivate the natural genius, elevate}
* i the soul, cxcite laudable emulation!
] to exccl in knowledge, piety, and
" j benevolence; and, finally, -it will re*iward
its patrons and benefactors by!
. shedding its .benign influence on the j
si public mind.?John Adams,
"j A system of general -instructionsj
t!which shall rca:h every description of:
* ox* citizens from the richest to the \
poorest, as it was the earliest, so will |
it be the latest of all-the public con- J
3 cerns in wlr'ch I shall permit myself |
e to take an interest.?Thomas Jefier-j
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tU-CALL CF FLAG NOT MORE IM-f!
FORTANT THAN NEED OF
t j<?> THE CHILD <?>
-1 <$ ^ < * <*/ $> <?> $> ?> $> <j> $> <$- j
II _ ?_ _ . c c . |
s;By J. E. Sweanngen, State Super:n-i
a tendent of Education.
e j The program of the American Le-}
e 'gion and tne National Education as-J
_ sociation in celebrating Education!
o 1 week is eminently patriotic and pre- j
t (giessive. The call of the flag in
f 1917 was net more important than;
t 'the need of the child in 1922. Thej
.'young men of the country were ready,
p'a.id glad to serve. Unfortunately,]
3' many of them were tied hand andj
ejfcot by physical defects or by educa-:
j,tiona! deficiencies. This was seen]
niend felt not only among illiterates, j
j but in the ranks of skilled workers
tj The home and the school house |
o;are the birthplace and the citadel of j
L- intelligence. The returned soldier:
j has come back from France bringing
e a new conception and a new outlook.
e He is striving to pass these on to the
,j young people who are training for!
? the pleasures, responsibilities and on-j
! pcrtunities of tomorrow. Whatever
jmay be secured must begin at the'
! thvpsliftlH of flip noienhrr'"nnf]
- house. Every community ought to j
e enlist for home, county and stat2.'
Every Legionnaire, every teacher,!
and every taxpayer c?,n and should j
help to givfe South Carolina an ade-j
v quate and c-flficient system of public i
education. * 1
A statement i
plete stocks are nc
linens in all the >v
ing, or planning to
72 in. heavy qua
fine weave all pure
en Table Damask. P
the yard $l
58 in mercerized
ton Table Damask. 5
cial price the yard ..
72 in. mercerized
ton Table Damask, 1
vy quality, pretty ]
terns, A big value. P:
164- in. colored bor<
prl Tahlp Darnask. 1
~ .w w /
vy quality, highly ri
cerized. Price yd. $1
pure linen Napk
Price the dozen
K> 3 ' %
r- /w. Is Easy Money |
V X I It's-''easy if you get!
V /J good equipment and j
give the same attention |
t0 it: a? yo,J would to i
any other business ,
from which you ex- ;
<ss^*" pected to earn a profit.
Too many people make the mistake of
trying to raise chickens successfully with
cheaply constructed incubators. I
TM AQS ! 1
are famous for j
We se!! the Queen- because
we are here to stay and cannot
afford to trifle with your eggs. Come in
unci sec kov/ a Qucci c^crctcc.
W&A snuffy cold i
I ATa 7Ri 9 i
T. M. RGGERSj
Has Just Opened up a Nice Lino of !
CUT GLASS AND SILVER WARE j
A New Line of
MESH BAGS, PEARLS AND CARD j
JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS
And at the Right Prices
It Will Pay You to Stop and Look!
This Stock Over.
Everything 3c!d Is Guaranteed to Be 1
the Best that Money Can Buy
T. M. ROGERS
Jeweler & Optician
vJn Laldwell Street
cks of Dependabi
*Q make with no little
it the rule and to have t
anted qualities and st\
ien who are replenishii
m 6* c ni u
widy iui viiiiaiiiias gin
. VERY REASOf
lity 72 in. pure <
]in- Table Darnasl
rice the yard
? 72 in. pure <
cot- Table Damask
5pe- quality, price y
72 in. extra fin
? 1 _ _ 11
eot- | piam, an pui
iea. : Damask. Price
7q cerized Napkin
? the dozen
?fj_ 22x22 hemn"
ner- cerized Napkir
i'oo the dozen
j j Madeira Li
ins. Luncheon sets
>.00 at.. $6.00, $9.51
'Tlie Growing Store oi
%J 3, I J
TO GET i
Flour, Corn, S
and if you need a ,
In fact, we hi
merchandise, and i
e Linens for Tha
pride, for we are t<
i full assortment of de]
les is a real achieve
ig their linen stocks f
s, will find splendid s
ill linen 22x22
c. Price pure li
.... $2.00 Price the
ill linen 18x18 p
equality dozen ....
e linen ! ?=r~
yd$3.50 ' p . TfJ
ed mer- and $10 (
s. Price xr?
.... $1.50 Priced <
. $2.25 am
is. Price , x Cen
.... $2.00 Priced
nens c^.,WT* ^
5, $11.50 $3.00,$
Okl td DDirrc v
UU1\ 1 lMUJUiJ ?
, Bacon, Sugar,
i, Coffee, Shorts,
mr, Molasses, Chick
ig Masks and Grouoi
- v_ T. D
ling i urn i
good mule, we hai
I SELLING Ch
we a complete lin
"here is no better pic
Us and You Wi
d1(1 (hat comlendable
men( in meror
: dozen .. $6.75
>ure linen Nap:e
all pure linen
it ....75c, $1.25,
ter Pieces ,
Table and Buft
c # !
4.75 to $9.50.
ien Feed, \
? talk Cutters !
)e got them.
e of general
ice to trade