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The Movements of Many People, <
Newerrians and Those Who
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Visit Newberry
At the request of a number of peo- 1
pie the county campaign meeting at '
Newberry courthouse has been
changed from Saturday night to ;
Monday morning, August 2Stn, at 10 <
o'clock. It is thought this time will
suit the voters, and especially the ia- <
dies, much better. This will be the !
last time to hear the candidates for
the legislature and magistrates discuss
the issues in their races and present
their claims. All \ .o have not ;
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heard the candidates should turn out
and decide for whom they will cast
their ballots the next day, Tuesday,
the 29th.
The Ladies' Luther league of Mt.:
Hermon church will give an entertainment
in the town hall on Saturday
night, August 26, for the bene- j
fit of the church. F"erybody h < cr- :
dially invited to a /id.
Mrs. S. B. Jone* .nd daughter have
returned from Bonclarken.
Robert Berry, who has been visit-,
ing Joe Cockrell, has returned to his
home in Newberry.?Mrs. B. Hope
of Newberry, after spending last
week with her sister, returned home
yesterday.?The State, 22nd.
The August campaign party for
the county purposes will be held at
Hunter-DeWalt today, Friday.
Miss Mary Wright has returned
from an extended visit to Mrs. J. C.
Copeland in Columbia.
We hope the readers will overlook
the failure of the reporttr to fill his;
space in this issue, as he has been un- j
well for a day or two and unable to j
do his duty in this direction. !
Mr. J. W. McCain was called to
Waxhaw last week on account of the
illness of his grandmother.
Mr. and Mrs. John Riser of Selma,!
Ala., are visiting relatives in New- j
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Carson have returned
from Bonclarken. They came
by way of Gastonia where they attended
the anniversary celebration
of Dr. Carson's mother's birthday,
and brought with them to Newberry
their nieces, Miss Dorothy Carson of
Charlotte and Miss Martha Crawford
of Gastonia.
Friday will bring "The Infidel" to
the opera house. Played by Katnerine
Beef and kid at the community
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market Saturday.
Albert Philips, colored, stole
shoes from the American Sales company
and paid $20 in recorder's court
Wednesday foi* the theft. He could
have bought a pair much cheaper by
aaying for the shoes at the store in
the regular customary way.
Miss Helen Halfacre is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. A. C. Wheeler, in the
This paper has good reasons for
calling attention to the ad of J. J.
Langford & Son. In the tirst place
it is from a furniture firm that believes
in "printer's ink." Then we
have always found the men of this
firm to be the most accommodating,
obliging and agreeable of the business
merchants of NewbeAy, not only
in the sale of furniture, but of
stoves, refrigerators, etc.
The Graham-Suber company of
Xewfoerry was chartered with a capital
stock of $10,000. The firm wil'
do a general furniture business. Officers
are: J. W. Suber, president; L.
C. Graham, vice president; S. M. Graham,
secretary and treasurer.
Miss Gladys Havird and Miss Lul?
TIC .TT' VrtW'kavrTT Q VO "f H ?
-Viae rtriiuxs ui ncnutu,.
guests of Mrs. Harry Roberts.?The
State, 23rd.
Someone or two wanted to kno"w
what had become of Mr. J. L. Dick
ert. We'll tell you. You'll fin J hin
at the bonded warehouse during business
Rev. and Mrs. E. V. Babb are al
home from the Greenville Baptis'
summer assembly and a visit to rela
tives in Pickens and Laurens. Thev
are receiving a warm greeting fron
their friends after an absence of scv
eral weeks. Mr. Babb will hold hi:
regular preaching service at the
First Baptist church Sunday morn
Mrs. T. L. Bridges and baby o1
Rock Hill are visiting her parent?
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Lathan.
Lady Shoots at Man
What would have been a fright
ening time to a good many womei
was taken in a very cool manner b:
Miss Maggie Thomasson Wednesda;
night at about 10 o'clock in her hom<
She was in her room and had closei
the blinds when she heard one of th
blinds turn. She went to the window
and looked out but saw nothing. No
being satisfied and feeling sure ther
'was someone outside she got her pis
tol and went out. Looking all aroun
; she still did not see any signs of an\
thine unusual until she turned to
back to the house, when she sa"\
something1 white at one end of th
house. She shot at the objeci
which proved to be a man, as she wa
near enough to 'be sure of that an
the man got up and ran after th
first shot. Miss Thomasson she
, three times at the fleeing man, bu
she couldn't tell whether he wa
white or black. The bloodhound
! were sent for and Mr. Teague arriv
ed with them and put them on th
j trail, which the dogs followed o
down across the railroad, when it i
thought the unknown man must hav
taken a car or transfer, as the tra:
was lost at that point. It is a grea
pity the scoundrel could not hav
been caught, so that he would get th
unishment coming to him.
Many friends and relatives will re
member the recent visit of Mr. an
Mrs. J. M. Maffett of Atlanta to New
berry only a few weeks ago. The
will also recall their bright littl
daughter, Miss Emma, who is jus
thirteen years old.
They will also recall having see:
in the papers or having heard tha
soon after the return of the famil;
to their Atlanta home that Miss Em
ma while on a visit to some gir
friends near Atlanta went hors
back riding and that she was throw
from the horse and seriously injure'
and they will regret to learn that sh
imnvAT rrx r% v* rl foovc? OVrt "fVlO
UUt nn^xuvc cixivi xvc4to uiv
she will not recover.
Mr. J. B. Halfacre and Mr. D. S
Kalfacre, near relatives of the Mai
fetts, have just returned from At
lanta where they went to see littl
Miss Emma and they report that th
worst is feared and little hope of re
covery is entertained by the famil;
for her.
She was a bright and pretty littl
g!rl and made many friends on th
recent visit to Newberry who wi]
regret to hear of her serious condi
Miss Lucille Godbold ot South Carol]
na Stars in Women's Olmypic
Games at Paris
Paris, Aug. 20.?English womei
athletes today won the first interna
tional women's track meet over com
petitors from the United State:
France, Switzerland and Czecho-Slo
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i The American team was second, [
France third, Czecho-Slovakia fourth !
and Switzerland fifth.
The point scores were: England, 11
50; United State, 31; France, 29; j
Czecho-Slovakia, 12 and Switzerland | J
G. It
A large crowd gathered at Persh-j;
ing stadium to witness the contest.; t
The American team was leading in ! (
i the point score when half of the t
events had been finished. Weakness 1 (
in the sprints was responsible for ,
their failure to secure first place. ,
Lucille Godbold, Estill, South Caro;
lina, and Cornelia Sa'bie. Newark, N. (
1 J., were the star points earners for'<
the American team, the former es- (
' tablishing a world record in the eight ]
' pound shot put, putting alternately j
with both arms, at 20 meters and 22 i
centimeters, and Miss Sabie doing,
the 100 yard hurdles in the record!
time of 14 and 2-5 seconds.
I Miss Godbold was fourth in the,
" 1,000 metre run, which was won by,
Mile. Bread, France, in world's rec-1
" ord time of 2 minutes, 12 seconds.!
Miss Sabie was third in the running;
1 broad jump and Miss Xancie Voor- j
; hees, United States, tied Miss Carrie j
; Hatt, England, for first place in the
: running high jump at 1:45 meters. I
Miss Maude Rosenbaum, United!
" States, finished second to Miss God-!
1 bold in the shot put.
The American relay team, which ;
finished second, was declared u;s- j
- tanced by the officials and placed ;
t fourth "because the Czecho-Slovaki-1
" an relay team interfered with the ^
French team at the third relay while
1 the French team was running in sec"
ond place." Dr. Harry E. Stewart,
5 New Haven, coach of the American
- team, has placed an official protest
" with the international feminine fed-;
eration against the ruling of the j
^ judges.
; Miss Lucille Godbold, one of the j
two star point earners for the Amer- j
i^on in tVip international track meet!
' for women at Paris yesterday, who !
n established a world record in the shot
y put, is a resident of Estill in this
y state, has been a special student at
e Winthrop college, Rock Hill, for the
i last four years, and is now under ene
gagement as athletic director of Cov
lumbia college. The tryouts for the (
t American team of seven were held j
e in New York city in Ma v.
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Assuming that the figures have1
d been correctly transmitted, Miss God-j
_ hold's performance in Paris was ex-!
o traordinary. Twenty meters, 22 j
)V centimeters, is 66 feet, three inches, j
e plus. Miss Godbold's own record'
using one arm, was 35 feet, 11 inch-!
? es. Even if the figures were jumbled i
(i in transmission it seems clear that]
e Miss Godbold established a new!
world record.
I Miss Godbold is a sister to Miss
s Sarah Godbold, physical director of.
s Chicora college, who also is trainer J
for the women students at the Uni-j
e versity of South Carolina. She ex- j
n pects to return from Paris immedis
ately and will take up her duties at!
e Columbia college with the opening ofj
j] the session in September. She has j
I shown remarkable aptitude for the i
e profession in her work at Winthrop, J
e in which her principal instructors J
i have been Mrs. Beth M. Weatherbee, I
1 Mrs. Joe Roddey, Jr., and Mrs. Ruth1
T. Bartlett.
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I Mr. J. W. Sr
Carolina Au
Newberry, S
d Dear Sir:
t Replying
! visiting my V
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to York and
I kept an act
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'i cvcraging iwciuj'"uiit
fifty miles per quart c
u I the way, I feel certair
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As to the mechani
^ J been better pleased.
I for in my six months {
I that it was to be depe
I assure you it gn
n | this wonderful car.
Newberry County, South Carolina, j
By order of the county executive
ommittee a call is hereby made for j
i county convention of the Union '
Republican party of Newberry coun-;
y. South Carolina, to be held at '
dewberry, South Carolina, on Thurs-'
lay, September the 7th, 11)22, at 12!
>'clock, noon, for the purpose of!
Meeting delegates to the state and
listriet conventions, as may be pro- j
rided in the call, and to transact such
jther business as may properly come
before it. Precinct chairmen must
all their precinct meetings in due
ime, and elect delegates to .said
. ounty convention, apportioned as
lere before.
H. B. Rikard, Co. Chr.
Wm. Wallace, Secty.
No matter which side wins in a
strike, the public is always the loser.
And you can't get away from that
Crimson Clover, both in the burr and
cleaned. Alfalfa and rape seed.
For sale by Johnson-McCrackin
Co. 8-25-4t
Alfalfa hay, baled, for sale by Johnson-McCrackin
Co. 8-25-4t
Wanted to Rent?A Remington visible
typewriter. Apply to The Herald
and News office. 8-25-31
Hal's Small Ads.
Diplomas and Pictures Framed. Nice
WOI'tv, Ui luuioc.
Indelible Marking; Outfits for your
daughter before she goes to college.
She will appreciate, I'm
sure, some neat engraved cards.
May we show you samples of both?
Magazine For Teachers. Let me send
in your subcsription. 1 represent
all the publishers.
Hal Kohn.
For the better accommodation of
the people, the remainH3? County
Campaign meetings have been rearranged.
The following meetings are yet tc
be held:
Oakland Cotton Mill August 24th
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(Thursday) at i :ou jr. i>i.
Hunter-DeWalt School House August
25th (Friday) at 10:30 A. M.
Newberry Court House August
28th (Monday) at 10 a. m.
All candidates will take notice anc
be governed accordingly. The people
are urged to attend the meetings
These meetings will be addressed b>
candidates for the House of Representatives
and for Magistrate.
Countv Chairman.
NO 5
Whereas, one third of the residenl
freeholders, and a like proportion o1
the resident electors of the age oi
twenty-one years in the McCullouglschool
district No. 5, the County o1
Newberry, State of South Carolina
have filed a petition with the Count}
Board of Education of Newberrj
County, South Carolina, petitioning
and requesting that an election be
held in said school district on the
question of levying a special audi'
tional tax of tw*o mills on the taxable
i... ? ,4-U, 4-"U/-v e-o i / ] connrvl r] iQ.
property witmu mc wm
Now, therefore, we the undersigned
composing the County Board oi
Education, for Newberry County
State of South Carolina, do hereb\
order the board of trustees of McCul
loup;h school district Xo. 5, to hold ar
flection on the said question of levy'ood
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to Company,
I to your letter of recen
j of my New Series Max\
tome in York, Pa:
; passengers in the car I
return without experien
arrnnrsf nf mV Q"R
xUi UtV uwowiiii ? - . ? ?
miles per gallon on gas <
>n oil. Had the roads be
i this gas mileage could
cal performance of the <
This, however, was no n
srevious experience with
nded on under all circun
res me great pleasure to
Yours very truly,
ins; a special additional tax <>f two !
mills to Im1 collected i:n the property;
located within the said school district,
which said election .shall bej
held at the .McCuliough schoolhouse
in the said school district,. No. 5, on
Saturday, the l)th day of September,
at which said elecaion the polls
shall be opened at 7 a. m. and closed,
at 4 p. r.i. .
The members of the board of trus-'
tees of said school district shall act
as managers of said election. Only,
such electors as reside in said school!
district and return real or personal
I property for taxation, ana w.no cx|
iiibit their <ax receipts and registraI
tion certificates as required in gen-!
! era! elections shall be allowed to
| vote. Electors favoring the levy of
such a tax shall cast a ballot contain-,
ing" the word "yes" written or print-;
I cd thereon and electors opposed to '
j such a levy shall cast a ballot conj
taining the word "no" written or
printed thereon.
Given under our hands and seals
this 24th dav of August, 1(J22.
; County Board of Education for New'
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A Mon}orC| Book
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A Memory Book
Give the most cherished of
all gilts; a memory dook,
to those going away to
school; a gift that Time
makes all the dearer, for a
I diary of the happy school
:j flays is a possession which
money can not buy.
j Start the school term with
a memory book. Memory
t' books for boys and girls.
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T. M. Rogers
1 Has just opened up a
Pearl Necklaces
And Wrist Watches, and
Stick Pins, Cuff Links,
Belt Buckles and Beit to
- match.
Call and Look Them
i over.
m IBM I !! IUI mill IWHI
t date concerning the S
veil Touring Car while |
made the 2250 miles 1
- A?^4. $
cing any iruuutc at an, &
s and oil consumption, &
and seven hundred and |
ien uniformly good all |
I have been increased |
:ar? I could not have |
lore than I expected, |
the car I had learned |
speak a good word for |
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J. L. WILE.I. |
Bagging and Ties
Get Our Prices
Phones 4 and 315
We pay cash for eggs and poultry.
.Newberry creamery.
Big Ben Alarm Clocks $o.50 at P. K.
Wav's, A Good Drug Store.
Toilet Paper?Pure white and absorbent.
12 rolls for $1.00. Phone
us your order. P. E. Way, phone
158. 8-22-lt
Agents for The State. Will be glad
to handle your subscription, new
or renewal. Gilder & Weeks.
Regular Straight Razors?SI.50 and
?2.50. Absolutely guaranteed to
give satisfaction or the razor is
ours. Safety Razor Blades any
make. P. E. Way's, A Good Drug
Store, Xewberry, S. C. 8-22-lt
The session 1922-23 of the Newberry
City Schools will begin on
Monday morning, September 11th.
The state law as well as the school
law, requires that ail students be
successfully vaccinated for small
pox. Patrcns are urged to have this
requirement met before the opening
of school.
A child must not be under six
years old to attend school, "but should
a child have his birthday coming
within six weeks after the opening of
school he would be permitted to enter
at the beginning.
The superintendent will be in his
office at Boundary street every day
after Saturday, August 12th, from
ten to twelve o'clock to meet new
students and conditioned students,
and will arrange for examinations
and classification. A?1 qonditions
must be removed before promotion
is allowed.
| Chicken Sore Head
| Easily cured, apply our liquid,
remedy with small brush once and a
cure is sure.
' Trice 25c, enough for 25 chickens
or more.
j P. E. WAY, Druggist
"A Good Drug Store"
Newberry, S. C.
By vircue of authority contained in
. the acts of the General Assembly of
11)17, page 74. Section 27, J will sell
to the highest bidder for CASH in
front of the Court House in Newberry
County, S. C., on Monday, September
4th, 1922, between the hours
.of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock
P. M., the following described property,
to wit:
i One Chevrolet Touring Automo:
The aforesaid property was seized
while transporting contraband liquors.
Said car said to be owned by
j Dave Black and operated by him the
iday of said seizure.
Advertised this the 10th dav of
I August, 1922.
Sheriff Newberry County.
Wo negotiate loans on farm prop.
erty at 0 per cent per annum pay'
able in thirty-three years on amortization
plan, with privilge of paying
i in full after five years. No commisIsions
j 7-28-tf
Just Received
Shipment of Art
Rugs in Assorted Coi
W i hava a few CEI
we are offering below
Furniture that is an addil
For the Baby
durable. V/e also have e
ts TL?
rviuuie-ivuujjd. i iic ucoi
and very attractive.
Don't forget we rent
j. j. Lang]
Successors to Buzhardt
1317 Main St.
Optometrist Jfl
Over Bake-Rite Bakery /
Broken Lenses Duplicated
For Sale?One good mule, one onehorse
wagon, gc-a!t>, oats, peavines, a
corn, and fodder. Reason for selling.
quitting farm. C. M. Mathis,
Prosperity. 8-1 l-8tp
fn I ?n(]?On imnroved farm
lands at G per cent.; we can negotiate
loans on property in the town
of Newberry. See us at once and
file your application. Dominick &
Workman, Attys. 8-8-tf,
For Sale?One ?00(1 mule weighing
about 1000 pounds. Reason for
selling her, don't need her. Will
sell cheap for cash. T. M. Sanders.
Telephone 139 and 110. ?f
8-4-1 taw-tf
Pure Abbruzi Kye, for sale by Johnson
McCrackin Co. 8-15-4t
For Sale?Poland China pigs. See
Walt Buzhardt. 8-4-5tp
Notice. If interested in Cane Mills,
I Jtvaporatons .or t urnaces, see us,
! we have them in stock. Johnsonj
McCrackin Co. 8-ll-6t ^
Office Up Stairs
1217Y2 Boyce Street
Get Fresh Ones At m
3rd Floor Exchange Bank BIdg fl
Broken Lenses Duplicated
j We will give a first class barbecue
"ti -. r?x x it*?:
in every respect at jony oueet x-nday,
August 25, 1922, the same being
county campaign day. In addition
to the speaking by the county
candidates there will be speaking by
some of the candidates for state office.
The program in full will appear
later. Will sell meat and hash
at 11:30 o'clock. Everybody is invited
to come out and give the candidates
a warm welcome, eat a good
dinner and spend a pleasant day.
George and A. C. Richardson.
The State of South Carolina?County
of Newberry?By W. F. Ewart,
Probate Judge:
WHereass, Glover B. Cameron
hath made suit to me to grant him
Letters of Administration with the
will annexed of the estate and ef- ^
fects of John W. Cameron, deceased mk
! These are therefore, to cite and ^
admonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said John
! W. Cameron, deceased, that they be ?
jand appear before me, in the Court
j of Probate, to be held%at Newberry,
IS. C., on Saturday, September 2, next
after publication hereof, at 11
! o'clock in the forer.con, to show
i cause, if any they have, why the
said administration should not be
granted. ?
Given under my hand this 16th day %
of August, Anno Domini 1022.
J. P. N. C. ' A
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Squares and Smaller !
)AR CHESTS left which %
cost. A useful piece of
tion to any room.
re stylish, beautiful, and ,
t nice line of Cribs and
gns are up-to-the-minute
Card Tables and Chairs.
ford I Son I
Langford Furniture Co. f|
Phone 47 1
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