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PERSONS AND THINGS.
riefly Told.-Gathered From
d Out of the State, Nation
ri.day of last week twenty of
ftombed men who had been con
1 in the St. Paul coal mine for a
k were brought to the surface
e. The rescued men say there are
y more men alive in, the miae.
there is unspeakable sadness in
'ng the number of dead bodies,
red and swollen almost beyond
rs. 0. H. P. Belmont, one of the
eaders of the woman 's suffrage move
ment, has been t-he recipient of many
proposals of marriage by mail. One
woman wishes to have a $1,000,000
hotel put up to be conducted on be
half of the movement.
The opinion prevails in Virginia
that foot ball will be abolished per
manently, but the question will not
be considered until after the annual
meeting of the rules committee, set.
for December 29, in New York. In
view of the* fact of so many deaths
resulting from this game, a deter
mined effort will be made to eliminate
the dangerous features at any rate.
William W. Marcus, a student in
the Methodist Theological Seminary
at Westminster, Md., is in a serious
condition at a hospital, as the re
sults of a foot ball game on Tuesday.
Former Secretary of the Treasury,
John G. Carlisle, who is seriously ill
in St. Vincent's Hospital, was re
ported to be gaining strength on
Samuel Gompers. was unanimously
reelected -president of the American
Federation of Labor on Saturday.
It is the prediction of Congressman
Coeks of Oyster Bay, that Theodore
Roosevelt is a candidate for governor
:of New York in 1910.
Stone Wall Mills, one of the most
.historie spots in the Virginia Valley,
was destroyed by fire a few days ago,
the loss estimated at $6,000.
'The bodies of 37 miners were res
eued from the St. Paul coal mine on
Sunday, in the galleries of the mines
only c'orpses were discovered, and
hope that additional rescues would
be effected was crushed. Piles of
bodies were seen in the depths while
one of the rescud men gives an ac
count of a terrible experience.
Six workmen were killed and a
number of others barely escaped
death when four thbousand cubic feet
of earth caved in and entombed a
construction force engaged in build
ing a viaduct at Salem Creek, south
of Winston-Salem, on the South
Bound railroad Tuesday morning.
Governor Ansel was present at the
dedication of the new armory at
Georgetown on Wednesday and de
livered an address. Col. S. Emanuel,
of New York, read a l'engthy history
of the Georgetown Rifle Company,
Company F. N. G. S. C., from the
time of its organization to the pres
The Florida Fast Mail No. 43 was
derailed Wednesday morning a:t 2:45
about two miles south of Denmark,
S. C. The fireman is reported killed
nd the engineer had his knee slight
ly hurt. TIhe ma.il clerks escaped
without injury and no passengers
The Spartanburg broom factory
was destroyed by fire on Wednesday
night. Seven cottages wvere also
burned, and i.: is not known how the
ire originated. The loss is $20,000,
covered by $13,000 insurance. Own
ers of the property are H. C. Ver
non and WV. G. Muckenfuss.
S Charles Julius Redding, aged 36,
orominent lawyer and real estate
man. of Charleston, S. C., committed
suicide in his apartments in a hotel
in Morganton, N. C., Tuesday after
noon by shooting himself with a
shotgun. Melancholia seems to have
-been the cause of the rash deed.
Capt. E. A. Smyth, of Greenville,
i .he trustee and treasurer of the
~yndicate which bought the Anderson
TFraction company in connection with
*the Dukes, and will itake over the
.railroad company when the payment
s made and until the new compa
ny is. formally organized.,
- Auditor West will not allow over
.charges or rebates to be made for
liquor. .Whiskey firms holding ac
eunts against county dispensaries
mut make affidavit that the claims
- r us and true before they will be
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2 which they say:
"State in your advertisements th:
return to Newberry for loans or inv
he company receives from that loca
pany has done more than this and ho]
SEE WHAT STATE
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT, 6
Ir. W. A. McSwain, Newberry, S.
Replying to yours of the g
rn Life & Trust Co., of Greensb
icensed by this department and is c
In all cases where they register
mnount of their reserve are deposit<
:ection of their policy holders and a
ose. Yours very truly
INSUJRA -DEPARTMENT, E
1r. W. A. McSwain, Newberry, S.
I should say that the Southe
was WORTHY of CONFIDENCE. By
nding 1908, now before me, it sho'
nd surplus to policy holders of
30,52.oo. . Yours vei
Buy your life insurance policies
money in this community, where it
for our young people and for the di
Our rates are a little lower and
ompany operating'in this sectioji.
If you fail to see us before you c
ance we both lose.
Call at our office, write or 'pbon<
SEURITY LOAN & INEE
T N. MeCAUJGHRIN, Treas.
te in The Herald
Monday, Nov. 29, 1909.)
neu Will Earni
in This Bank.
the most success
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a common saying
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noney you will not
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i-this Bank, in our
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tendency to irritate the sensi
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e Southern Life & Trust Company,
t it is the policy of the company to
estments the net premiums which
lity. You might say that the coin
>es to continue to do more than this.''
.W. McALISTER, President.
TATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Raleigh, March ioth, 19o9.
th inst., I would say: The South
>ro, is chartered in this State* and
'onsidered SAFE and SOUND.
their policies the securities to the
d with this department for the pro
re CONSIDERED AMPLE for this pur
ned) JAMES R. YOUNG,
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Columbia, March roth, 1909.
rn Life & Trust Co., of Greensboro,
the annual statement for the year
vs total assets of about $675,oo0.oo0
:apital $300:000 oo and surplus of
gned) F. H. McMASTER,
from this agency and keep your
is a' allable for use in buying homes
~velopment of our community.
dividends a little larger t an any
Lose the contract for your life i sur
ITMENT COMPANY, AGENT,
W. A. McSW AITN. See'y.
Every n'ook and corner <
piled, packed and jamm
thankful to offer and the c
Great Savinu o
We offer 100
25 Misses Co
to the Big St
Thousands of yards Nei
50 pieces fine Dress Goo
100 pieces fine Dress Go
150 pieces fine Dress Go<
Follow the crowds 'tis h
Great Silk Sale. Thous:
WE SELL ONI
Bring your feet here for
il be over. GREA T TH4
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NOTICE TO OVERSEERS.
All overseers of public roads in
ewberry County are hereby ordered
o give their respective sections the
ull six days' work, as required by
[aw, by December first next. Over
,eers and road hands liable to do roadU
luty failing to epmply with this or- l
ier, when reported to this office, wil
e prosecuted. All overseers are also
rdered to file their returns with
either of the undersigned by Dec.
By order of the County Board.
H. C. Holloway, Clerk.
Now is the time to subscrib to The B
rld .ad Nw, $!1.50 per year;
)f the Big Store-up stair
ied full of bargains, the h
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1 Ladies' Coat
)ample Suits made by New Yor]
a Clothes makers, our Thanks
irice One-fourth Off.
, New Style and great values,
New York Cost.
it Suits, were $l5.00, now $7.8
on the wayside, but come dire
re of Little Prices.
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y Dress Goods in the Thanksgivi
ds, worth up to 85c, yd on sale p
ods, worth up to $1.25, yd on sal
>ds, worth up to $1.50, yd or sal<
ere for Dress Goods.
ands of yards Silk to go in the
their winters shoeing and
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and down stairs
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ul to receive.
ng Week Sale.
le price 74e.
For Women and
Every Day Wear -
your shoe trouble
qd Granite Co,,
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e my cuts and get
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