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-The Southern Railway Through It
Land Department to Tell Ad
vantages of the South.
Washington, Feb. 7.-Presiden
Finley announced today that th
Southern Railway will in the nea
future, through its Land and Indus
trial Department, again enlarge th<
publicity and promotion work whic]
it has carried on for the developmen
Of the country reached by its lines
It was necessary to curtail this worl
somewhat following the business de
pression of 1907, on account of bot1
general and special conditions. It i
-now felt that not only the busines.;
conditions in the country, but th<
local sitdation in the Southeast, war
rants a larger campaign for the loea
tion of industries, the bringing ol
new settlers, and a general develop
ment work, that is the resumption
in fall of the company's efforts t<
i,uild up the Southeast. In carryin.
out this policy, there will be a large
ise of the trade, agricultural, and
other newspapers and periodicals oJ
the North and Wesit, the publicatio
of many special pamphlets, exhibits
P at many Northern fairs,. and a largez
-work in Northern Europe. The South
era has found that one of the besi
methods of publicity is in the ex
ibits of the products of its territory
at the larger fairs held in the North
and West, and more attention thar
ever will be paid to this line of
work. The South will be advertised
in Northern European countries by
tie circulation of specially prepared
matter, an'd by use of n-wspapers, in
a way that is consistent with our
-mmigration laws and as is permitted
by the laws of -the respective coun
tries. The Southern has maintained
for some years a European agency of
its Land and Industrial Department,
with headquarters in London, which
will carry on the prosecution of ae
tive .efforts to interest land -seekers
and investors from that side of the
ocean in the South. The most thor
gh eeoperation possible is ' to be
given to local businesm and other or
ganizations in the development of
- various communities* along the
News of Bachmani ChapeL
Slighs, S. C. February 9.-Kind
reader it has been some time since I
attempted to send in any news from
this section and haveri't very much
~Q to senid in this time as you will find
The 'people of this community are
enjoyirig very good health at pres
eat with the exception of Aeolds. This
weather. is just a little rough but not
any wOr,se than we- should expect at
Mrs. .M. Long, who; has been
edn'fnad-to her ,bed for some time
ha r'egained her strength and is up
Mrs. H . B. Epps has returned
&ome from an extended visilt in the
Long Lane section; with Mi-. 'and
Mrs. S. A. Rikard 'and family.
?mereillbe a eeting of the
cur-ch councils of Coloniy, Beth Eden
rand St. James in Dr.. Geo. B. Cro
mer's offiee on Wednesday afternoon,
he 16th,.att two o'eloek.
STANDARD OF TODAY.
Will turn out more neat perfectly
aligned work, with less effort and
with.less wear.on its working parts
than any other Typewriter made.
YOU CAN PAY MORE BUT
YOU CANNOT BUY MORE
I. WILSN GIBBES,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Repairing and Supplies for all
Typewriters & Adding lMachines.
CO-LTMBIA, - .. - - SO. CA.
The object of this meetiug will be
to discuss the matter as to the form
s ing of a pastorate of the above
named churches. A full attendance
is desired of the council and commit
b The oats are injured some by the
a freeze, but we think there are plenty
e left if no more of them get destroy
- ed to make a good crop.
Miss Iola Oxner and brdther Le
L land, of near Whitmire, - visited at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. En
low last Saturday night and Sunday.
Miss Annie Paysinger, of New
- berry, spent a portion of this week
with Miss Essie Wilson.
Mr. G. I. Kinard has moved into
his new home which he recently built
near his father's, Mr. J. P. Kinard.
Mr. P. H. Kinard who had his
dwelling house destroyed by fire last.
fall is rebuilding near Mr. Jno. F.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilson spent
last Saturday night and Sunday at
the home of Mrs. Wilson's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dominick.
What has become of some of our
correspondents? We -seldom hear
from some of them :any more. We
always read their letters. and will be
glad to hear from them often.
Mrs. Fannie Bedenbaugh, of this
I section, who has been very ill wi:th
pneumonia, is now improving rapidly.
Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Koon, Mrs.
Martha and her son, Ernest Koon,
and Mrs. :Minnie Livingston attend
ed the funearl of Mrs. Lula Koon at
Pomaria last week.
Mrs. Sallie Morris, of this section,
who has a eaneer, is no better.
Prof. G. T. Pugh and family, of
Columbia, spent last Sunday with
his parents. Prof. Pugh is one of
-the 0'NealJ boys, of whom we are
justly proud. We are always glad to 1
see him in our mnst.
A colored child, of this section,
was .burned to death last Tuesday
evening, there being only three small
children in the house Rhen the
youngest caught on fire and burned
Another new phone line is being
put up now. The following will have
phones at their residences:: Messr
Marcus Lester, L D. Morris, Butr
Connelley, John P. Mills, 1Will Wise,.
IMr. John A. Niehols, the noted
cow man of lower N. 9is still in
the business.' He is tiow batchering'
for'Mr. Sample of Newberr'. If he
could see all the cows at ckce that
he has killed, it would almost make
the hair ris. up on top of his head.
'Changeable weather, bad colds and
coughs are the' order of the day now.
Small grain is looking sdme bet
ter and bids fair to produce a good
crop this year.
B. R. Long & Bros. have moved
their sa.w mill back home to their'
old stand and are now prepared to
cut and dress lumber for the public.
*Wessinger Bros. are sawing .shin
gles on Mr. John H. -Garretts' place.
o 'Neall section is coming right on
to the front. Good 'churches; good
schooi, saw mill, shingle mill, tele
phones and many other modern con
veniences too numerous to mention.
'fteamer Wrecked by Storm in the
Palma, Island of Majorea, Feb. 11.
-Drveohelplessly: from herb course,
ione o the wildest storms that has
swept the f.editerranean sea in forty
ya,the Freneh Trans-Atlantie
Steamship Company's steamer Gen.
Chanizy erashed at full speed, in the
dead of night on the 'treacherous
reefs near thie Island of Minorea, and
auA1but one of the 157 souls on board
The sole survivor is an Algerian
ustoms official, Maicel Rodel, who
was rescued by a fi.4herman, and who
lies -to-night in the hospital at Oiu
dadel, raving as a result of the tor-3
tures through whieh 'he passed and
unable to give an account of the dis
In the ship's company there were
87 passengers, of whom 30 were in
the first cabin. T'he' crew numnbered
70. .It is not thought that any Amer
icans were, aboard the liner.
An attack of the grip is often fol
lowed by a persistent cough, which
to many proves a great annoyance.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 'has
been extensively used -and with good
success for the relief and cure of
this cough. Many cases 'have been.
cured after all other remedies had
failed. Sold by W. E. Pelhiam & Son.
DON'T MISS THE HERALD AND'
NEWS GREAT BARGAIN SALE.
. SEE ADn ON PA GE THREE.
Your $$ Find
By extraordinary and good arra
thing you have ever known her
for OUR NEW, SPRIN
90-inch Linen Sheeting'49 Cents I
If you can match this Linen She<
ing in all Newberry for 49 cents
yard I will give you a dress free.
they are 1
Quick Step Prices!
Match the Mimnaugh prices if. you
an, boys. I know how to buy and
iave gcot the money to plank down.
Poe Mill Bleahing by the yard or
)olt, sale price 83/3c.
Androscoggan Bleaching,. we won't
e sold out when you get here, ioc. c
io bales celebrated Sea Island, 8 c.
dnd, sale.price 6y?c. P,
i case 4o-inch White , Lawn, ioc. CI
:dnd, limited, sale price 5c. yd.
1 case standard Percales, dark and
ightcolors, 12 %c. kind, sale price 8yc.
-If you have newer used .Perus
Peruvian Guano .yo hve fish ani
uwver realized the greatest fused i
possible yields from your soil, like bat
Peruvian Guano is the excre- Mani
ment of birds that inhabit the used P
rocky coasts of Peru and adja- jng
cent islands. it will
.These birds live on fish, We I
hence thisfertilizer is especially trate i:
ric in cerai elements. wonderi
These elements are in difer.. -A g o
eft forms somne slowly and belorigs
some quickly active, which Y 0'1
*thusfurnishnourishment tothe ,Write I
*plant from start to maturity. 'it to-da
--C~IARLESTON, S, C.
NOTICE FINfAL SETTLBMENT. STATE
Notice is hereby given that I will Col
ake final settlement in the Probate By Fra
Jourt for Newberry County, Onl bate
Wedneday, February 9th, 1910, at h
3leven o'clock in the forenoon, asHlmes
pardian iof the estate of Kate Be- him Le
denbaugh, and will immediately Estate
h'eeafter apply for letters dismis- Holmes
ory as guardian of said estate an Thier
Eor said minor. mn~
Naney A. Bedenbaugh,
-Guardian Kate Bedenbaugh. Home
1-11-10-4t 1taw. . apa
__________---.-__- -- Pr-obat
A few' minutes delay in treaiting I- C. o
some cases of croup, even the lengthI next a:
of time it takes to go for a doctor to 'clckC
often proves dangerous. The safest' cause,
way is to keep ICham.berlain's Cough said i
Remedy in the house, and at the jgranted
first indication of croup give the I Give
child a dose. Pleasant to take and day of
always cures. Sold by W. E. Pel
ham & Son.
heir Greatest Word
agements we are able to offer for this week vai
D. A Clean Sweep this week, up stairs and dom
G STOCK. Come every day and see the
d. . Dixie All-Wool Blankets $2.98 St
t- Every pair must go this week, take
a your pick of any pair of Wool Blank- Dre
ets in the hQuse this week for $2.98.. 8* C
sw Spring Oxford
s of the famous Selby & Co. Oxfords, Pumps anc
o on sale this week. Drop in and see the new
Style and Service the "SELBY" Has No
Be sure to visit our ready-to-wear section and
e the farewell prices.
Your pick and choice of any Lady's Tailored Suit
the house, worth $22.50, $25.00 and $30.00,
oice fdr a $10.00 bill. :
50 Ladies' beautiful Black and Blue Chiffon
mama Skirts, worth $6.50 and up to $8.50*
ioice this week $3.98.
10 doz. Ladies' Tailored Waists, all pure Lipen,
.50 value, sale price 98c.
ncresedWith\ ample i
a thoroughly ac
ia Guano is digested *. this bank:hasa
should not -be con- ..
rith inferior products . ...lon.to extend
guano, etc. a
of our farsiners have acilit warrE1
eruvian Guano and *. rct
vhat enormous crops
ve a beautifully illus
ook which tells of this -________
Eul product of nature.
OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
tyof Newberry.Th Baktta
nk M. Schampert. Esq., Pro-.
eas, Robert McCaughrin
made suit to me, to grant
tters of Admninistration of th~e_________
f and effeets, of 0. MeR. /.
s therefore to cite and ad
all and~ singular the kindred
itors ofthe said O. McR. 1.
deeased, that they be&d and
before me,in the -Court of
, to be heM at Newberry, S.
the 16th day of. February
Fter publication thereof, at 11 -f/
in the forenoon, to show
if any they have, why the
Ldministration should not be
under, my hania, this 29th -
January Anno Domini, 1910.
Frank M. Schumpert,
iat This Store
les that are away beyond ny
rM stairs. We need the room
mnard Dress Gingianis 5 Cens
re place on sale one case StandaA
ss Ginghams, 10 to 20 yard!ggth$
ents kind sale price 5 oets.
;5 pairs 11 -4 Heavy G.
and White Blankets. $300 vaIes
we name a price to clean up the
this week. Here goes $i.6*.
Ioo large Bed Spread $i.39 valie
sale price 98c. each.
zoo large Bed Spreads, $1.75 value
sale price $1.39 each.
ioodoz.. large Huk Towels, i5.
value, sale price ioc. each.
Table inens2, 2 , 3ands%3yd
Iong to go at halfpice
orking capital, excep -
rg&anized ofice sstan,
the ability ana disi
to iscustomers every
ted by safe, conserva-~
wherry, S. C.
Iways treats you right.
ON - UMBER
*may put you in the way of saving
a lot of money. Come and have it
*.with us. VWe want to prove to yod
how the best lumber is the cheap
est at the start as well as in the end.
We cannot show ypou the physical
__difference betwee'n poor and the
~'best lumber for we do not handle
Sany but the latter quality.
NEWBERRY LUMBER CO.