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ABOUT PERSONS AND THINGS.
News Briefly Told.-Gathered From
In and Out of the State, Nation
President Taft is now speeding to
wards the Capital. He spent Wednes
day in Virginia and then set out for
Washington, and this concludes his
13,000-mile journey through 33 states
The railroad officers of the Big
Four Railroad Company caused the
arrest of Charles L. Warringer on
the charge of embezzling $54,500, and
later admitted that the amount would
be $100,000. When that sum was
reached rumors began to circulate
that the sum embezzled might reach
a figure that would set a new record
in such cases.
The highest tribunal of New York
rules that bookmaking alone is made
a crime, but that oral betting incurs
no penalty. The decision in the low
er court, which is affirmed by the
court of 'appeals was rendered by
Justice W. J. Gavnor, who last week
was elected mayor of New York.
Six members of the crew cf the
Barkentine, John S. Bennett, bound
from New York to Halifax, with a
cargo of coal, were drowned early
* Monday morning, when the vessel
was sunk in a collision off Block Is
land with a four masted schooner
supposed to be ithe Merrill C. Hart,
of Thomason, Me. The schooner is
also believed to have been lost with
Tuesday night news of the death of
David W. Seale,. son of Maj. W. H.
Seale, of Sumter, was received. The
news came from Leakville, Ark., and
his deatJh was the result of a tree
falling on him.
The Steinheil mystery still remains
unsolved after the sixth day of trial.
iowever, the testimony given on
Tuesday was even more.damaging to
the defendant than at all, still the
rwhole ease simply rests upon cireum
stantial evidence only.
'the Civie League -of'Sumter sup
ports a publie nurse, who makes
monthly reports of everything con
ering the tubereular patients un
der her care, and the report of Miss
Furman, the public nurse, just hand
ed in, shows splendid results. Sumter
was probably the first town in the
State "to have a public nurse, having
inaiigurated this several years ago,
and the nurse is always a graduate
The Supreme Court of Nebraska
has ruled that this state may limit
the hours of operation of sal
oons, which forbids the sale of liquor
between the hours of 8 p. mn. and 7
Gov. Ansel has received a petition
from a majority of the free-holders
in ..the community of Clemson College
asking that an election be ordered,
to'- decide the ques*sn .of annexing
Clemson comm-unity to that of An
derson. A triangular piece of land
of about eight miles is all that would
*be affected. The matter has been re
ferred to the office of the attorney
TIhe fair visitors were more order
]y than those of 1908, if the police
court records are an index to the be
hiavior of the visiting throng. The
number of cases tried by the recorder
last week, reach 179, while last
year, during fair week, 210 eases
The world's record was broken
Tuesday at Atlanta, Ga., when Lewis
Strange, in a 200 horsepower Fiat
shattered the world's one mile record
in 37.7 .seconds. Five thousand peo
ple saw the smashing race. The ten
mile track was lowered to eight min
utes and two seconds. The new
$300,000 Motordome was thrown op
en to thousands of waiting visit
Not a Railroad Switch.
"Why are you er'ying, Johnny?"
"We was playing train and I was
Figures Do Not Alxs
PROBLEM-If housekeeper No.
and housekeeper No. 2 spends $2-5(
ties, how much does housekeeper N
ANSWER-There is not necessa:
No. 1 may be ahead, probably is.
REAL economy, real savings, not in
ing here, I will make an effort to si
qualities as well as prices.
"And pa comed in and switched
Good Health Impossible With a Dis
There is nothing that will create
sickness or cause more trouble than
a disordered stomach, and many peo
ple daily contract serious maladies
simply through disAgard or abuse of
We urge every one suffering from
any stomach derangement, indiges
tion or dyspepsia, whether acute or
chronic, to try Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets, with the distinct under
standing that -we will refund their
money without question or formality;
if after a reasonable use of this med
icine they are not satisfied with the
results. We recommend them to our
customers every day, and have yet
to hear,of any one who has not
been benefited by them. Three sizes,
25c., 50c., and $1.00 a box. Sold in
Newberry only at our store,-The
Rexall Store. Gilder & Weeks, Main
street, Newbtrry, S. C.
I am a candidate for reelection to
the office of Mayor, subject to' the
Democratic primary. I have tried to
enforce the~laws of the town wit9hout
stand as my pledge for the future.
J. J. Langford.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Mayor for the
year 1910, sabject to the rules of the
Cole L. Blease.
For Alderman Ward One:
P. F. Baxter .is hereby announced
for reelection as alderman from
Ward one and will abide the rules
of the Democratic party.
For Alderman Ward Two:
J. R. Green is announced for Al
derman for Ward 2, and will abide
rules of Democratic party.
The friends of R. B. Lommnack an
nounce him for alderman from
Ward two and pledge hiim to abide
the rules of the Democratic party.
For Alderman Ward Three.
I hereby announce myself as candi
date for election as Alderman from
Ward 3, and if elected will endeavor
togivemy best service to thme i-nterests,
not only of the Ward, but of the en
C. H. Cannon.
For Alderman Ward Four:
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for eeetion as Alderman
from Ward 4 of the town of Newber
ry, subject to the Demoeratic pri
mary. I desire to thank the voters
of my ward for their geenrous suppoit
at the last election, and pledge 'my
self, if re-elected, to use my -utmost
efforts for the advancement of the
town' and for the interests of my
I hereby announce myself a candi
date f'or Alderman from Ward four
(4) subject to the Democratic pri
* E. L. Rodlesperger.
For Alderman Ward Five:
Gregg C. Evans is hereby nomina
ted for re-eleetion as alderman from
Ward 5, and if elected, will give the
interests of the city his best efforts.
T. F. Turner is hereby announced
as a candidate for Alderman from
Ward 5, subject to the rules of the
Trustees Graded School.
I announce myself for Trustee of
The Newberry Graded Schools, from
J. H. Wicker.
J. Marion Davis is hereby an
~nounced as a candidate for re-elec
tion as a member of the Board of
Trustees of the New,berry Graded
Schools. from Ward 5.
rays Tell the Truth.
i spends $2.75 on a bill of groceries
> at another store for same quanti
0 2 save?
rily a saving at all. Housekeeper
My grocery argument deals with
aginary. If you will do some trad
ow you the wisdom of considering
This "Browniekar" Car is in
same kind of gasoline, fed to tf
accepted design of the best car
high grade auto building since i
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