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The Movements or Many Pecp'c.
Nev.*berri?.ns and Those Who
Rev. W. G. Smith, recently ap-!
. oint^d ?:o the Newberry circuit, will
preach next Sunday at Trinity at 111
mM at New Chapel at 3:30, and at!
Silverstreot at 7 :S0 p. m. J
Mr. W. S. Matthews will soend a I
onth in Tampa, Fla., having: gone j
"Through the country Wednesday. His]
wife and babv are in Richmond.
Che Scotch Highlanders' band and j
vaudeville made a good show. Iti
must have- been good, as several per-j
went Monday afternoon and;
again at night. It was good; and ma- j
ny people enjoyed the nn?"music and j
acting. In fact it was one of the
Vv ry best entertainments seen ir.
Newberry for some time. Some of it
was wonderful. Henry Welis gave
us a treat by bringing the company I
to Newberry. h
Mrs. Alice Dickert and children.!
and Mrs. W. H. Suber, Miss Mary
Alice Suber of Winthrop and Mr.
J. D. Wheeler went to Columbia Monday
afternoon to attend the burial of
the late Capt. Roland Dickert.
Mrs. H. H. Burns of Charlotte, N.
i'., is visiting her mother; Mrs. Cornelia
Wicker in Nance street.
?daster Monroe Wicker, handsome
young son of Mr. and "Mrs. Albert
V/jcker, is visiting his grandmother,
-HI'S. II K-avi.
Rev. R. P. Byrd of Rock Kill will
preach at Unity next Sab.bath afternoon
at S:30 o'clock.
Mr. Henry L. Parr, good citizen,
has just returned from a big trip to
parts of Florida.
News has been received in Newberry
of the death Thursday of Mrs.
Jake Amick at Chappells.
.Mrs. R. D. Wright and Mrs. J. H.
West have returned from the U. D.
C. convention in Birmingham.
We see it stated that "at noon on
December 1 the couiitv commissioners
of New.berry county and the highway
department will openi bids for
the construction of 12.C miles of
state route No. 22 between a point
Xiq&t Newberry and Broad river."
, The community will be pleased to
know that little Martha Newell, the
little daughter of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Clar~
' ' i !?I
ence Summer, wno nas oeu? tuuwily
ill, is improving.
Mrs. W. H. Carwile and Mrs. W.
B. Wallace have returned from the
D. A. R. conference in Spartanburg
That new plant of 'the Newberry
Lumber company is a big thing for
thk city and surrounding territory.
About the best news heard in
Xewberry in seme time is that Mr.
F. A.. Schumpert is preparing a piece
of iand near Mrs. 0. Wells whereon i?
soon to be erected 2 handsome build
* ii'g for occupancy by Mr. and Mrs.
, i'. L. Trabert, who will move from
California to Newberry.
Mrs. Roy P. Finney of Gaffney is
- isiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
They say "Sittin' Pretty" was all
right again at the high school auditorium
Mrs. G. W. Pearson is in bed as the
esult of a fall several days ago in
her yard. She sprained the liga.ents
between her shoulder blade
and neck, from which she suffered
Mr. L. I. Epting was carried on
Tuesday to the Columbia hospital
He underwent an operation Wednes( ay.
Dr. W. G. Houseal being pres
. nt. The patient stood the operation
well and was "doing nicely'"
* - from last accounts.
News reached this city Thursday
of the accidental death of a boy ir.
Saluda county Wednesday while
hunting: with a colored boy. He was
only 15 years old and was shot in the
OBSERVANCE OF AMERICAN
Two years ago Dr. P. P. Ciixton,
former Commissioner of Education,
instituted the observance of the first
Y\*eek ir: December as "Education
Week." The American Legion last
year became interested in the perpetuation
of such a week and took the
ftiiftjiative irj ir.v" pg the Na';:onall
Education Association and other organza!
ions to cooperate :i the obser
var.ce of ''AniorL-ai: Eduea.'ior
Week." 7!::.- year the United Slate:
Bureau of 7v.-ication is coor>?ra:in.
vuith rlcan Lvgl.m an ! th?.
Xat: .1 Vation As:ee:-iticn in inviti
: ' v: *' c ;n.
ClU ' ' I" 'V.-.- > .'H'l', :.:L\xnz'y
:" . ' .1 in??h\k: ! a:ui
boi v . vri-'o:. . o particiy.
tiso week. Deeembei
*>-f . :.a! \a.i.>r. wide revival o!
ed ... ;n : ntYastesm.
The Americanism Commission o!
the American Legion called upon the
Commissioner of of Education to invite
President Harding' to issue a
Proclamation for the observance oi
this week, he President has give:
assurance his desire and will in-me?
" '1? <)lio
The Bureau' of Education has arranged
with the Interdepartmen: Advisory
Committtee on Governmeni
Radio Broadcasting to use th;
oovemmerii" broaduu'rin^ station:
twice a day throughout the week fci
the promulgation of education rad'c
material in connection w' the
The Commissioner of Education
;alied upen Will H. Hays, presiden
cf the Motion Picture Producers arc
Distributors of America, to d?scovei
to what extent the mo^'on-pictur*
houses of America would cooperate
Mr. Hays was ve" onerous and en
thusiastic and has a e finitely a-rrangec
for the working out of a program ii
which the facilities of the motion
picture houses may be used effective
ly during American Education Wee!:
All governors, mayors, and ether
in places of executive authority ar<
i expected and invited to issue procla
. nations and otherwise promote gen
2ral observance of this great move
ment in behalf of education. Thi
newspapers and press generally hav
jean invited to issue special educa
tional editions if possible, and if th
is not possible to emphasize educa
tion during these days by editorials
special articles, and in such oihe
ways as they find possible.
It seemed wise, in order that th
campaign might be concentrated upoi
phases of education whtch are of out
standing significance, to designat
certain days on which topics shcul.
i be stressed. These days are as fol
I'.ows: Sunday, December. 3, God an<
| Country; Monday, December 4
American Citizenship; Tuesday, De
member 5, Patriotism; Wednesday. De
cember 6, School and Teacher; Thurs
day, December 7, Illiteracy: Friday
iJecemoer b, equality 01 upporcumiy
;nd Satutrday, December 9. Physica
Education and Hygiene. These topic
have been selected because they &r<
considered io be matters of nations
"mportance and desirable thorughou
;he country. It is suggested tha
these topics should not preclude tfy
various States from emphasizing thos<
features of education which need t<
respective States, nor shoulid the:
be emphasized at this time in tntei:
prevent cities and localities fron
pushing their individual needs.
It hardly seems necessary to urg?
.ipon the schools and thossvresponsiblc
for the administration and instructioi
in the schools that it is expected tha
all will join in he geneial observance
01 promotitng education during
American Education Week to the ut
most extent of their abilities. Programs
car. be effectively arrangec
' ivnnfiMnJ- r.f rmr sfhnnls whicV
will materially enhance the value oi
:his general effort.
At the time of present writing ;
very large number of State Superintendents
and State Commissioners oi
Education have responded enthusiastically
in endorsing the observance oi
American Education Week and none
have expressed opposition or indif
ference. The unity of effort and interest
which has already been, displayed
is but an earnest and evidence that
bids fair to be the greatest campaign
.for education that hUs ever been
made in the United States
Washington, September 28, 1922
HAL'S SMALL ADS.
A tulip bulb free with every . two
large hyacinths bought from me. I
do this to encourage the growing
of my fine tulips. Plant yjur bulbs
Maline for tying funera! flowers.
....Made specially for such work.
White and delicate tints.
Fountain pens repaired. Service on
Pictures framed. Quality work.
Engraved greeting cards. Le*t me
show you samples of Christmas
cards and engrave your name on
Brighten the living rcom with a bo"']
of cold fish. Ea-y to rare f ar.fi
i: St"ayed?From my > Xovi'inbi- *
14. black ar.d wh'.U' spotted rialo
! rhc.it, wc ^' iin^r a;>out 4'J v>i 50
pcuiuis. I-'indcr m-'ii'v Ch.u\v
' 1 Jiulf. Xewherrv, S. C.. R. F. I'.
| " 1 .1,1 I I
3 !H& ?'
%, K & i
.1, Little White R<
Darwin Tulip, 1
. ! ^ r- '
Crocus, 15c do:
>| and still
;'! 3. iC
-, White Narcissus,
- Hyacinth and t
"I. " %?
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things to wea
i I most appreciated I
haps you can give
warm overcoat, t
11 Schaffner & Mars
t I Maybe some small
j mere appropriate;j|
gloves, an ombre
j neckwear, pa jam:
;j I chiefs.
J Whatever you d*
; find it here---the h<
| had, and most reas
, I You'll find court
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3 ? ;^5 iw ~ h / p-r' s,? ?^' i,
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I umimMm $
%, is antiseptic and Jm
1 have i
he large double
1 ?7 1 i
>m\ siS ft s ,r>*
mm vantiy \
w."-nr<-iagjrjL^i^Ti '-s? ..xvi-T^ la.rgrnsag--?rat v^^sc&x-LuKfc**
if ^ii^i' t
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> wear, of course.
r are the gifts j
jy ail men. Per- j
him a beautiful, |
ailcred by .Hsrt j
er things will he
* " I ?:
--nofiery, smris, jj
;Ila, a muffler, jjj
55 or handker- iI
2cide on, you'll fj
sst thai' can be
i j I!
sous, unhurried |
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iter 'wt# I
>^7 ^ f: j
k y h a M
^ JL ? Ew?g X~>O
; G per ccnl money. i n.!- r .Bankui I
reserve synrtera (> per cent loans
may b- > '-urrd on city ?v-* f rm
! rrtv. *?> buy, huli.i, improve.
| or pay indebtedness. Bankers Re
ve i'- .'o- '. (\)j;r,:.:iy. i >-i:>
. 'svcl. Denver, Colorado.
! Moi:ce?A!i por-crs ere forbidden to
trespass, hunt, or oiacrwise on
!an;i.; of Mr?. Error..! E. Carlisle, 7.
Jj. ( arlisie, R. C. Ca;fl. T.
Carlisle. " i-21-2ti>
[SALE OF J?.EAL ESTATE IrOR
; W:i! sell at court house thsi Moerdry
in Ik comber. 4th, all that tract
i\ f land .situated in Newberry county.
' Bush Kiver section, close t> a good
; s: hooi ?;rd church, known as A. ?J.
i Livingston's ert .u . Davenport pbce.
i.S. lei for a division. We guarantee
j title?. Purchaser to pay for papers
LID1E !.. CHAMLEE.
Ti. E. LIVINGSTON'.
Whsat for sale by the Farmers
! Oil Mill. Good wheat at $1.7r>.
i better'at $2.25. Farmers Oil Mill.
! 1 l-17-6t
TRESPASS IMG FORBIDDEN
Do not trespass by hunt ng, fishing
jor otherwise on lands of undersignc- l.
/. 0. WHITTLE,
TfT <T'?'fTlT T 1
l. r,. jii i i i.t,
I ( . J. JONES & Sen,
J. W. SANDERS.
L. C. PITTS.
' NOTICE OF DRAWING OF PETIT
| We the undersigns/I jury co.amis
j'-ioners for 'Newberry county, r."ill on
!the 2-1 th day of November, I'.:22, at
; n ne (9) o'clock a. m., in the ou\cc >f
itho Clerk of Court, oo:r>* and publicly
draw the names of Lhirty-s x
men, to serve as jurors,
fon the Court of Common Pleas
which convenes i!or.d?iy, December
11th, Ii)22. at 10 o'clock n. ra. *
J. D. WHEELER,
J. B. HALFACPvE,
C. C. SCHUMPERT.
Nov. 13, 1022.
Guiiars, violins, banjo--?, ukuleles, autoharps,
te.-io banj violin b.-n-'s,
' strings a':ci oth-?r musienl nstrumonts.
John, A. HolianJ, A<rt.,
n i r? r* * -i ?
! riwoou, cj. ix-ii-ov
'Starr Made Pianos cn terms of e2*y
: payments. Remington r.r..l Trayscr
pianos, scid for three dollars per
week. Rich 1110:1 i pianos four (ioliurs
p.r we^i:. Starr pianos five
dollars per week. Remington players
five dollars week. The:-.1 lii|
stru merits* are of highes: q mlity.
John A. Holland, Agt., Greenwood,
I S. C. 11-iT-Gt
;Losi?One Waterman's gold beaded
fountain nen. i 31. Nee!.
I 12-17-2: *
Lest?On streets of Newberry Satar!
<!sy $20 bill. Finder please notify
; Robert M. Caldwell, Pom aria Rt.
i 1, ar^.d get reward. ll-17-2tp
.Fcr^alr;?200 bushels pure pedij
greed Appier Oats, redeaned and
j graded, first year from Pedigreed
j Seed Company. None better. Took
I second premium at State Fair. In
j "Mv? bushel bass, SI.10 per bushel
i with cash order. J. A. Burton,
! telephone 57. \ l-14-2t
i - .
' Just Arrived?Red, yellow and white
! onion sets. Way's Seed & Feed
! St-, re, ' 11-14-21
j Chance to Buy Sxaii Farm;?I Will
j s:I> :r.-.all frms 0:1 Ion? time and
j ea- y terns to working farmer*,
i Will cut ihe to suit. Xear re.il|
i.ad ..t oi. one; school. In vesi
tern Fairfield. Healthy. John
k MeMahan, Columbia, S. C.
j li-14-4t 1 taw
Mog Feed, shorts, rice-meal snd hom!
inv feed. See us. Summer Bros.
i Co. 1 i-14-2t
, For Rent?Rooms or an apartment in
private dwell in >7. For further information
apply at The Herald and
Xows oiTice. ll-14-2t
- - -
Firm For Rent?I vill rent for 1923
the E. P. Cromer nlace in Xo. 9
township. > miles from Prosperitv.
Good two-horse farm, good resit
nonce and plenty of water. Mrs.
Lilia E. Cromer, 10C1 Wilson
Street, Newberry, S. C. ll-14-2tp
Trecpass Notice?All trespassing is
positively forbidden on the lands
of the undersigned by hunting or
in anv manner whatsoever.
.Mrs. CLAUDIA C. SU3ER.
Wanted?Good, sound peas. Johnson-McCrackin
Flashlights?Get them repaired and
fitted up here. Correct bulb and
battery will make a new light of
it. Gilder & Weeks Co.
Pecan Trees?Fine trees, two 'year
grafts, $1.00. Three year grafts,
Sl.oO. Str.ar" and Schley best for
this section. C. D. Weeks.
Agents for The Siate. Will be gad
to handl" your subscription, r.m
or renewal. Gilder &. Wcei.?,
Dry Cleaning' saves your suit. Sanitary
Laundry Co. 0-2o-St
Cadet Chocolate.'.?Fine mixture,
high tjrad? chocolates, 50c
pound. Gilder & Weeks Co.
For Rcr.i?Old Town plantation.
Twelve or thirteen r?ne-horse farms
on Saluda river, fine Bermuda
?r::ss meadow. pasturasre, amnio
outbuildings. Prefer to lease as an
entirety for several years for a
cash annual rental. F. VVerber.
Jr., Berwyn, Maryland. 10-3-tf
Wo the unik-r<hrnc.; >io ivby for
bid my .-n h. i.on ou*
*: 11\ f [ #
,ToilN II. liOOZKR.
M. J. :,0.\viSit0RK.
\V. G. HOI.LiXCSWORTK.
Fuller Brushes?I rt'Proson: the Fill
ier B 'usa . onipai.y in Newborn
! c-cunty. and will bo crlad to hav<
yonr order. Phono 311 and mak<
i aD00:n:n:cnts. Mr?. M.-Hard1
Hafs cleaned and Ijioc.::ed. Sanitar;
Laundry Co. iJ-26-S
-'O one can realize the agony o
hunger unless cxp-rienced?but eve:
luxury ha? i:? pitfall?. It pays t<
practice mode vat ion ar.d economy.
How are these prices on extra pi;
fabric tires. Adjustment made o.basis
of 8,000 m-les?guaranteed an-.
st* r-ualuy uires.
; Tire and tube
30x3 0 8.7:
Genuine Ford Parts and Ropai
Work. Prices right.
1506 Main St. Newberry S. C
I PHONE 405
Fcsiiively s:o hunting or trcsp?ssin
oi anv kind allowed on "y lane
Aor.h Taylor. li-14-4t
Positively no hunting allowed. "Keo
off. J. C. Duncan and Mrs. J. C
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMEN'
i will make a final settlement o
the estate of Rulda Nance (ne
ijongsnore) m tne rro.iate Court 10
Newberry county, S. C., on Z.londaj
the 18th day of Dec., 1922, at 1
o'clock in the forenoon ana will im
mediately thereafter ask for my dis
: charge as Guar.I ..n of said estate,
i Mrs. S. EMMA LONGSHORE,
Newberry, S. C.
i Nov. 10th, 1022.
. _ '
For Sale?Saw mill outfit in runr.in
1 order. Apply tovHenry L. Par:
Newberry, S. C. li?-t
For Sale?One yoke of steers weigii
Ing 2,000 pounds. Also 16-hors
Toner engine. D. E. and J. A
Wanted?Fifteen wagons and team
to haul lumber. For further infer
s .nation address Tiger River Pin
Co.. Shelton, S. C. 11-10-4t
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a b^a TXt6
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a.".. -.'> >'?iiltwQ 1&?
\7'CU vro.v* rhiver if you have
X Heater. pluecd in any room, it
- L'.-ai. and warms tip the colGc^t ccr:
The graceful firc-bosvl cf t-ic }7!c
*)u.s c::i-a htat-radi^tin^ surla;*- .
ricaL It burns l:?vorcr.3 ami a gal
hours of comfcrt^fclc warmth. U
it; I:?cr> c:car..
Call nn'.l ark us to show you '
Heater. Three tcautllui n:~sbei>
! J. X LANGF
1317 MAIN ST.
wnii" i N???? murnmmm^: ? ? ? ?
; r h^".. they s.:\\ is coming: in
"; style fa.-:. hairdressers are
net a.-uep at t.:e .-witch.
Uccd Fortl catz for sale Good C011<i:*'cr?.
Iliil Bros. 10-']1-St ^
Men and women average ?1.00 per
hour selling hosiery, lour pairs
gi5;:rante;\l \ve?.r lour months or
new hosiery free. We pay 30 per
e cent commission. Free samples to
working agents. Complete iine of
wool and heather mixtures.. This
is the big hosiery season. Experi~.
er.ee unnecessary. Eagle Hosiery
Works. Darov, l'a. 0-2610tp
When those friendly, likable Old 4 1
Slsoes of yours get under the weather, /
vhen they begin to show ..;?ns of a
run-down condition, See Price.
Electric Shoe Hospital
. ~h7m7b i g b y '
^ Optometrist f
1 3rd Floor Exclianq:e Rank BIdfg
Broken Lenses Duplicated
> flea tin;?Accordian, side and box
q pleating done by steam at Mrs. i
Geo. S. Me Gravy's, Laurens, S. C., * 1
^ 301 W. Main street. Mail orders
i will receive prompt attention. j
Phone 203. 10-13-5t r A
Money Lend?On improved farm M
l.-.nds at 6 per cent.; we can negoiiaie
loans on property in the town ?mt
of Newberry. See us at once and Hj
file your application. Dominick & j|Sg
Workman, Attys. 8-8-t? ml
m gTeTcromer ^
Uver tsake-Kite bakery . Tl
EYES EXAMINED f
"J GLASSES FITTED ^
H, Broken Lenses Duplicated
*'J On December 1 at the late residence
of E. P. Matthews, deceased, I will
! sell to the highest bidder for cash all
, I the personal property belonging to
I* I said deceased, one horse, bu*? and
i i harness, two steam engines, six and
e eight horse power, one 3 inch rock
r Grist mill, shaftings, pulleys and
i belting, one 60 saw Pratt cotton gin
0 feeder and condenser, grain cradles,
i-: cotton planter, etc., one cci*n sheller,
set doable harness and buggy pole,
; one cow, lets of other articles of les:s
Sale will begin prompt at 10
o'clock, December 1st, 1922. J
Mrs. EDITH MATTHEWS, \|
JiiACL UU iA.
j For Sale
aj Four-room cottage with large lot % 1
e ; on Dravton ht-cet ""a verv rease::- 1
' I abfe price. Lor large enough f^r ? > \
: other cottage.
iJ. 1 BURTON .
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:K 1 la i MB) 'i
%h NS t1
rat a Shiver
c. Ficrcr.co 0:1
gfi ve s u ge ncrous _jT
xcr.cc Oil Heater I
and gives extra j v-/ Ivt/J
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