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CONDITION OF ZACH GHEE
IS CONSIDERED SERIOUS
Little Hope Entertained For Well
Rnown South Carolinian Now in
William E. Gonzales, who returned
yesterday from Washington, where he
attended the annual banquet of the
Gridiron club, brought discouraging
news as to the condition of Zach Mc
Ghee, the Washington correspondent
of the State, who has been seriously
ill at the national capital for several
days. There is little hope entertained
for the recovery of Mr. McGhee. He
'has been ill since his return from
the West several montos ago and took
a serious turn several weeks ago.
J. R. McGhee, his brother, who was
secretary to Chas. A. Smith, lieuten
ant governor, durihg the session of
the general assembly, left yesterday
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We know a number of citizens who
have declined to hold two offices
trustee and another oce-solely be
cause they believed they could not do
it without perjuring themselves.
The f-vernor's Vetn.
Spartatnbvr .Terr 1, 21:.
Povern.oi uilease& vewe oZ many
items in th. A:;ria202 ::is will
strike a -0 er c'ord nd ~is con
tention that the legislature ought to
Ix a tax levy high enough to meet the
-appropriations without borrowing any
money will impress the average citi
zen at unanswerable.
Working the Roads.
It's a waste of breath to talk about
good roads and to continue the pres
ent methods of working them. It
strikes us it would be economy for
the county commissioners to hire an
experienced road buiier to do this
work. It would cost something, but
-the work would amoun: 'to something
after it was done, while at pr,esent
the 'work costs' something and
amounts to .practically nil. We have
actually :seen really good road beds
made imipassadhle by ibeing worked
over by our forces under the present
systemn. Such a system is ruinous
/and displays the grossest ignorance
and there isn't a particle of excuse for
it, unless it be the desire of the au
thorities- to pension some one who
does not know anything about the
job he has undertaken. Come on
gentlemen, hire a man who knows
something about road building and
thus practice economy. In this way
you will get something for the ten
er fifteen thousand dollars a year yoTh
and used it with such satisfactory r4
andlI have up to this time used abc
success."--JMEs HY.Dz, Beebe, V
Got Ease in Less
Vi.JAMES E. ALEXANDER, of N
a horseshoer and subject to many si
brought onl rheumatism in the scia
when sitting in my chair, that I hac
at once applied your
'to the affected part and in less ths
I think it is the best of all Linimeri
Sloan's Liniment does
rubbing. lIt's a powe:
Try it for Rheumatisi
Sprains, Chest Pains, an<
It gives almost instant r
Price 25c., 50c., and $1.00
Send for S!oan's Free Book on
DR. EARL . SL.OAN. 1B
are spending, instead of having it
washed away year after year.
Not Answering to the Roll Call.
The State, 20th.
The session of the General Aassem
bly of South Carolina usually con
tinues forty days and almost invari
ably the last day of the 40 is marked
by important events. The legiskator
who is most useful to the people is,
as a rule, the legislator most useful
"on the home stretch." Year after
year, the public interest suffers
through lack of watchfulness in the
closing hours of the session and year
after year the duty of the legislator
to remain on duty until his duty is
done is emphasized by the press.
Signs have been abundant to put
legislators on notice that the closing
day of the session that ended last Sat
urday would be markea with proceed
ings and incidents of more than ordi
nary interest. Legislators who failed
to await in person the events- of Sat
urday afternon and evening may prop
erly attribute the failure to a lack of
that sort of foresight that ranks
among the first qualities of a capable
and dependable legislator.
Saturday evening about 65 of 124
members of the -house were present
and voting. Twelve or 14 of the 43
senators were absent.
"A friend in need is a freen in
deed," and a measijre or an institu
tion that suffered through the absence
of a legislator without compelling
reason Saturday night lacked the kind
of friend that is most worth having.
The things that they ought to have!
done and left undone will weigh
heavily today on the minds of some
dozens of.the South Carolina legisla
tors. The man who was on- the spot
at the right time is enjoying the hear
I ty handshake of his constituents this
Says Tillman Looks Well.
Hon. and Mrs. J. A. Hall have re
turned from Asheville where Mr. Hall
was summoned as a witness in behalf
I of a negro- who once worked on his
I farm and who is charged with killing
another negro. While in Asheville
Mr. Hall went to see 'his old friend,
Col. James H. Till.man, who is there
for the benefit of his health. It 'has
been reported that Col. Tillman was
in the last stages of that dread,dis
ease, tuberculosis, but Mr. Hall is of
the opinion that Col. Tillman will
eventually get well. He say's that al
though 'he was carried to Asheville on
a cot but is now able to sit up .and
stir about. Mr. Ha:n remained with
(im for nearly an hour and he says
that during that time Col. Tillman'
never coughed once and with the ex
ception of a slight soreness of one
lung, feels finely. He is in hopes that
a few months' stay in Asheville will
eventually cause this lung to be heal
ed. Col. Tillman has allowed his hair
to grow and it now reaches far down:
~~For twenty-nine years I have
been at intervals a great sufferer
from rheumatism. During that
time, no telling how many gal
ions of the various kinds of lini
ments and oils I have used and
with but little relief. Recently,
-I was confined to my bed help
less. I tried Sloan's Liniment
ults that I sent for two large bottles,
ut half a 50 cent bottle with splendid
Thite County, Ark.
han Ten Minutes.
rth Harpswell, Me., writes: -" I am
rains in my back and hips which has
tc nerve. I hadi it so bad one night
Ito jump on my feet to get relief. I
Ln ten minutes it was perfectly easy.
not need any
at All Dealers.
on his shoulders and his beard has
also been allowed to grow. Mr. Hal:
was with Col. Tillman quite a goo
deal while a legislator in Columbia
Col. Tiliman being the presiding offi
cer as lieutenant governor and. ac
cording to Mr. Hall, Col. Tillmar
looks about as well as he did then.
Ninety-Six, Feb 17.-Miss inoi
Kinard, oldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Burr Kinard, ana Walter Rasoi
of Donalds were married on Wednes
day evening, February 15, at th(
handsome old colonial home, fivE
miles east of Ninety-Si::. Miss Sophi,
Kinard, clad in white, bear-mg a show
er bouquet of pink carnations, preced
ed the maid of honor, Miss Mar3
Brooks Dennis, of Newberry, wearing
an exquisite gown of pink with bou
quet of pink carnations. Miss Jo(
Kinard' in white net over messalin(
with pearl trimmings entered witl:
Mr. Booker of Greenwood and Mis
Haltiwanger from Columbia witl
Sloan Williamson. The groom entere
with his best man, Mr. Agnew of Mul
lins, ands the bride with her ,brother
Dr. Jack Kinard. The bride's dresi
was of messaline crirmed in real lac(
medallions. Her bo*Ajuet was of lilie
of the valley and ferns.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEENT.
As executrix of the last will and
testament of Mrs. Nancy Caroline Har
ris, I will make final settlement of thE
estate of the said Mrs. Nancy Caro
line Harris in the probate court fo
Ndwberry county on Wednesday
March 8, 1911, at 11 o'clock in th
forenoon, and immediately ther6aftei
apply for letters dismissory as saic
executrix. All persons holding claims
against said estate will present then
duly attested on or before that date.
Annie R. Harris,
Executrix of. tie last will and tes
tament of Nancy Carcline Harris.
A King Who Left Home
set the world to talking, but Pau
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Pills-and they're a blessing to al
his family. Cure constipation, head
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Doctor Praises D. D. ID.
Although an' M. D., I acknowledg
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Dr. Ira T. Gabbert, Caldwell, Kan.
"My cure began from the first ap
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take a thousa.nd dollars for what D
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These are just samples of letters
we lare receiving every day froir
gra' ful patients all over the coun
."Worth its weight in gold," "All my
pimples washed away by D. D. D.,'
"I found instant relief," "D. D. D. is
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re -the words of others -in describing
he great skin remedy, D. D. D.
Proven by thousands of cures, for
en years to be absolutely harmless
and reliable in 'every case of .skin
rouble, no .Thatter what it is.
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NEEDFUL KNOWLEDGE. .
ewberry People Should Learn to IDe
teet the Approach of Kidney
The symptoms of kidney trou'hle
re so unmistakable that they leave no
round for doubt. Sick kidneys ex
rete a thick, cloudy, offensive urine,
full of sediment, irregular of passage
r attended by a sensation of scalding.
he iback aches constantly, headaches
nd dibby spells may occur and the
ictim is often weighed down by a
eeling of la?iguor and fatigue. Neg
ect these warnings and there is dan
er of dropsy, Bright's disease, or dia
etes. Any one of these symptoms is
arning enough to begin treating the
idneys at once. Delay often proves
You can use no better remedy than
oan's Kieney Pills. Here's New
M. L. Long, R. F. D. No. 5, Newber
y S C., says: "I believe Doan's Kid
ey Pills to be an excellent remedy
or kidney complaint. For some time
ny kidneys were disordered and I
as caused great annoyance by too
requent passages of the kidney secrc
ions, especia~lly at night. Learning of
oan's Kidney Pills, I procuredi a
ox at' W. E. Pelhamn & Son's Drug
Store and began their use. The con
ents of one box made me feol better
n every way. I have no hesitation in
ecomnmending Doan's Kidney Pills to
oTher kidney sufferers.'
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cm~nts. Foster-Milbu:.-n Co., Buffalo,
New York, so:e ager.ts for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
:al;e no other.
H CHICAGO E. ST. LOUI KAN
A cheap fertilizer is the
It is a tax that he levies upo
He pays tribute to it in waste
drouths strike his crops and t]
that he has submitted to "tax
Our "Supreme" and "S
ments that yield big returns i
made of the highest class of I
quick, constant and continuous crop feeder
i available for plant food so gradually that t
as it needs it. There is no waste.
Don't consider the price. Our goods s
promise just as safe returns. Read the
thm last year and found them to be th(
nearest dealer for our 1911 Year Book and
"upreme" and "Southern Big" B
A. D. Hudson, Newberry, S. C., Smith Mercanti
S. C., J. S. Wessinger, Chapin, S. C., Jas. H. E
E. . habelanod'inon Ofe,lt
boldly accuses Bucklen's Ernica Salve cel
of steaiing-the sting from burns or '
scalds--,the plain from sores of all no
kinds-the distress from boils or
piles. "It robs cuts, corns, bruises, aC4
sprains and injuries of their terror,"
he sa.ys, "as a healing remedy its
equal don't exist." Only 25c at Wmn.
E. Pelhamn & Son's. h
1DEIUSTRIATOR'S SAL2E OF 2ER- n
SONAL PRIOPERITY. be
iny virtue of the power to me given
ian order of the Probate Court forC
Newberry County, South Carolina, bal
will sell to the highest bidders, for
cash, at the late residence -of N. P..
Abramns, deceased, on L. W. Floyd's
[plantation in Newberry County, on1
Feb. 28, 1911, beginning at 11 o'clock
a. in., the personal property of the .
said N.! P. Abrams, deceased, consist
ing of one horse, two cows, three1
buggies, harness, hams, shoulders,
other meats, household and kitchen
Ifurniture, etc., etc.
'H. HI. Abramns,
Now is the time to subscribe to The'
herald and News.
BAKRUPT'S PETITION FOR DIS
IN THE, DISTRICT COURT OF THE
..UNITED STATES, FOR THE DIS- JS
TRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In the matter of G. M. Boyd Epting,
To the Honorable Win. H. Brawley,
Judge of the District Court of the
United States for the District of South .....o
Carolina. Dated this 4
G. M. Boyd Epting, of Newberry, in D. 1911.
the County of Newberry, and State of
South Ca.rolina, in said District, re
spectfully represenuts that on the 24th
day of May last past, lhe was duly ORDER OF
adjudged Bankrupt under the acts of Distri'ct of Sou
Congress relating to Bankruptcy; On this 6th
that he has duly stvrendered all his 11,o ed
property and righ,ts of property, and ti1on di
has fully complied with all the re-tinitS
quireents of said acts and of the Oraered by
Iorders of the Court touching his Bank- ing be had upt
ruptcy. heday of Februa
Wherefore heprays that he may be said Court. at
Idecreed by the Court to have a full trict, at 11 o'
discharge from all debts provable and that notic
against his estate under said Bank-~ in the Newber
rupt Acts, except such debts as are nlewspaper pr
e~cepted by law from such ditcharge. asud that ai: kr
SAS CITY ST. JOSEPH
most expensive item a farmer use.
n himself and that requires no ba
,ul sums with every leaching rain,
ie critical fruiting season begins, he
ation without representation."
louthern Big" Brands are not tax
n crops and enhanced values of la
lood, Bone and Tankage, especiall
s. They do not leach out in the s(
he plant is fed plentifully and syst
xe as good as a guaranteed bond, .a
experience of good farmers who us
. best they ever used. Call on yo
learn more about it.
rands always make bigger crops.
I SALE BY
le Co., Kinards, S. C., Shealy & Derrick,
argle, Pomaria, S. C.
tart One. Tot
k bank account promotes credil
kes responsibility and results in .
s your best friend. Start oneit
qothing in the world adds to self
a a bank account. Its value li<
ling that you are not dependeni
When you establish yourself ir
u feel sure and your mind is a
nks have been the means of.
re successful men than colleges
rhe best way to pay bills is b:
less tfouble and saves time.
ed check is the bes.t receipt.
reason why you should not
::ount with us. Start one today
Rainy days come to everybodi
3 more downsq in it than ups,
w, while you are making, - you <
saving; ,then when* things gc
2i will have something to fall ba<
me and talk with us about 01
YE PAY 40 INTER
)F NEWBERRY, S.
ital - - - $50,4
:INTOSH, President. J. E. NOR1
th day of' February, A. er persons in in
the said time a
G. Mv. Bloyd Epting, cause, if any the
Bankrupt. er of the siad pe
:iTICE~ THEREON. And It is fur
ti Carolina-6s. Court, thait the
day of February, A. D.' mail to all knov~
ng the foregoing peti- sai petition and
to them at thbeii
me Court, that a hear- as stated.
m the sarn1e on the 21st iWitness the Hon
.ry, A. D. 1911, beforej ley, Judg
Dharleston, in said Dis-1 and the a
:lock in the forenoon; (Seal) leston in
e thereof be published 6th day
ry Herald and News, a 1911.
ated in said District, Ri<
on his farm.
iliff to collect
and when the
finds too late
es, but invest
nd. They are
v prepared for
il, but become
erest may appear at
d place and shbow
r hav'e, why the pray
ter ordered by the
Qerk shall send by
-n creditors copies of
this order, addressed
-places of residence
orabie Win. H. Braw
e of the said Court,
ea1 thlereof, at Char
said District, on the
of February, A. D.,
hard W. Hutson,