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VAST MILL COMBINE
NOW IN TIlE MAKING
A DOZEN FACTORIES WILL BE IN
~When Completed Conibiuation Will
Have .00,000 Spindles and 15,
Greenville, March 14.-According
to a telegram received in Greenville
tonight frorm Charleston, steps were
today at a meeting held in that city
today toward the organization of a
company to be known as the Pelzer
:corporation, with a capital of $12,000,
000 that will take over some 12 cot
ton mills in the upper part of the
State, aggregating 500,000 spindles
and 15,000 looms.
Capt. Ellison Smyth, of Greenville,
was in Charleston yesterday and was
present at the meeting.
It is learned that Capt. Smyth will
be president of the Pelzer corporation,
assisted by John A. Law, of Spartan
burg; A. F. McKissick, of Greenwood,
Capt. Smyth, when seen tonight,
substantially confirmed the Charles
ton reports. He refused, however, to
give any further details.
Among the properties in which Mr.
Smyth or his associates are supposed
to hold controlling or large interests
are included some dozen mills.
Foremost in point of size is the Pel
zer Manufacturing company at
Greenville, which comprises four
separate plants, with 130,000 spindles.
The Watts mills at Laurens have
for their president and treasurer J.
Adger Smythe, Jr. The Watts mills
have 1,200 spindles.
A. F. McKissick, son-in-law of
Capt. Smyth, is president and treasur
er of the Grendel mills at Greenwood,
comprising two plants, and the Nine
ty Six mills at Ninety Six.
Capt. Smyth also controls the Bel
ton mills at Belton and the ~Duncan
mills, the recently organized Green
ville corporation. capitalized at $1,.
000,000. So far no work has beer
done on the last named mill, but the
organization has beenr perfected.
Capt. Smyth last year secured largE
interests in the Riverside Manufac
turing company and the Toxaway
mills at Anderson. It is also thoughi
that he also has holdings in some ol
:the mills at Anderson.
Capt. Smyth also holds stock in the
old Reedy River mills at Greenville.
Mr. Law Mentioned.
Spartanburg, March 14.-John A
Law, president of Saxon Mills, one 0o
those mentioned as being associated
by Capt. E. A. Smyth. of Greenville
in the organization of the Peizer cor
poration, which is to have a capita:
of $12,000,000. and control a numbei
of mills in this district, declined t<
discuss the proposition tonight.
'I am not in a position to talk oj
that matter just at this time." sait
There have been rumors here sev
ieral days to the effect that anothei
mill combination was in course o:
formation and that several Spartan
burg mills would be included in th(
WILL LET COURTS DECIDE.
Magistrate Kirby Will Stick to Hi,
Guns-Governor Writes to
Spartanburg, March 14.-Augustus
TH. 3irby, magistrate at Spartanburg
who zxefuses to resign his office ir
favor :o~f Gov. Blease's appointee, J
Malcolm Bowden, because Mr. Bow
den was not recommended by the
county legislative delegation and his
appointment was not confirmed b3
.he senate. received a letter from th(
governor today, informing him tha'
'any further acts of his would be ir
violation of the law.
The letter was in reply to one o
"Maj. Kirby, in which he told the gov
ernor: "Having been appointed fo
::wo years, or until my successor i
.appointed by and with the consent o
:the senate, I regret that under th
~existing circumstances I do not fee
:aut.horized or duty bound to surren
der the office of magistrate."
Gov, Blease says:
"Your letter of the 10th received.
had hoped that you would retir
gracefully, and not cause meV to re
move you. However, I now repea
that your conmmission is revoked an
any further acts of yours will be i
violation of the law."
Maj. Kirby said that he would 1!
The courts decide whether his ac1
-were in violation of the law, lie sai
he had not made up his mind wheth(
-or not to write agadin to the governo
but if he did so that is what he wol
M. TKirby r-rmfinntes tranquilly
perform :he duties of his office. He
will preside over a hearing in an im
portant civil case tomorrow.
Mr. Bowden is also going about his
business as though there were no
question of his right to the office.
KILLS HIS LITTlE SISTER.
Gun in Rands of Ten-Year-Old Flor
ence Boy Accidentally Dis
Florence, March 13.-As the result
of a most distressing accident, wh:ich
occurred. her this afternoon, the one
year-old daughter or Mr. and Mrs.
Charles H. Cole is dead, and the arm
of Mrs. Wallace. a neighbor of the
Coles, is terribly lacerated.
Charles, the ten-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Cole, took a shotgun to go
rabbit hunting. As he attemnted to
pass out the door of the Cole home.
the gun fired and the entire contents
took effect in the stomach of the
boy's little baby sister, and the arm
of Mrs. Wallace. who was a visitor,
and who was holding the baby in her
arms. The child died almost instant
ly, as it was practically disembowell
ed. Mrs. Wallace had her arm dress
ed as quickly as medical aid could
reach her and she is resting easily to
night, although it is not known how
badly she is injured. The parents of
the children .are greatly distressed
over the unfortunate accident as well
as the boy who had the gun in hand.
NEWS OF WHIT)IIRE.
New Store Building Completed-Per.
sonal and Other Items of In
Whitmire, March 16.-Miss Ellioti
Dobbins, of Goldville, is visiting Mrs
Jno. P. Fant and other friends here.
Mrs. A. M. Watson and daughter
Rebecca, have returned from Chester
Mr. H. V. Taylor, of Clinton, spen1
several days of last week here.
Mr. Russell Tidmarsh. and bride
came up in an autoxnobile last Wed
nesday afternoon. A delightful recep
tion was served them by Mrs. J. M
Major at her pretty home. Only th4
very near relatives were invited. W<
are glad that Mr. Tidmarsh has woi
for himself such a beau,tiful and love
ly companion for life and wish fol
them a happy and successful voyage
Mrs. John Finney spent one day o
last week in Clinton.
Mr. James Bishop has just complet
ed, for Mr. J. B. Baker, one of thi
prettiest little stores in town. The
store is on a lot adjoining the stort
now occupied by Mr. Baker. Mr. Bak
er will move into his new store this
week. Mr. A. M. Watson will movt
into .the store which has been occu
pied by Mr. Baker. Mr. David Dun
can will open a racket store in hit
brick buildin-g next <door -to the Glenn
Lowry Co. store.
Dr. Malone came over from Cheste:
last Thursday and carried Mrs. Min
nie Stradley to the Magdalene hoo
nital at Chester.
Messrs. William Coleman, J. B
Humbent, A. J. Holt, and Lietner eac1
have pretty new automobiles. The:
and their friends are certainly enjoy
Miss Mary Setzler spent last weel
with friends and relatives in town.
Mr.' S. W. Noilsen, of Baltimore, af
ter a pleasant visit to his daughter
Mrs. Jno. R. Roseboro, has returne
Ito his home.
Mr. J. H. Gibson has taken charg<
of the section lately overlooked b:
Mr. Jno. McCarley,-and has moved hi:
family into the section master';
Mrs. Emma Finney, of Clinton. it
spending a while with her son, Mr
. M. Finney. at the hotel.
Mr. S. T. Taylor has returned fron
a visit to his parents in Newberry.
Mr. Henry Miller and Miss France
1Rice spent yesterday at the home o
her uncle, Mr. Clough Rice.
Mr. John Miller has gone over t
Saluda on important business. W
may state later the success .of th
Mrs. JTno. McCarley's pretty nei
cottage on Mill street is nearing com~
pletion. She expects to occupy it thi
Mis Lila Kohn, of Goldville. ha
Ibeen visiting friends and relative
Mr. S. H. Baston and son, Marshal
ot Goldville spent the week-end wit
the home folks.
Mrs. S. H. Baston was called 1
Harlem, Ga., yesterday on account <
t.the serious illness of her father.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All persons holding demands again
dthe estate of Owen McR. Holmes, d
c-eased, are hereby r-equiredl to rend
Fand establish their demands" befo
d ime on or by the 20th day of Marc
1911. H. H. RIKAR.D,
oi?--la w. Master.
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to supply your ne
the finest lot to se
ever been broughi
we are offering t]
prices. We alsc
hor!es in this lot.
look them over.
you right. Come
buy your mules.
Any man can go
forts before he~ can
a savings account.
in time of idieness
.policy against sick
for his loved ones
above all it is his t
but little part in ti:
It is the man wh
he can and saves
wins. He wins be
fit. .That is the la
QNE BIG RO
will start you on the
placed in our Savil
by adding more of
and every week yo
worry about the futi
WE PAY 4
Capital - -
JAS McINTOSH, President.
eed go no further
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lect from that has
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hem at the right
have some fine
We invite you to
We . always treat
to Newberry to
without many corn
safely dispense with
It is his paymaster
, and his insurance
ess; it is protection
n case of death, and
estimonial of manly
y, -forethought and
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cause he is the most
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u'll have no cause to
ERRY, S. C.
E.F NORWOOD. Cashier,
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you should give it your best
attention, it should be neat,
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We use the best make of
fixtures and our work is guar
H. B. WELLS,
1113 Friend St.
Telephone-Office, No. 345
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Z. T.PINNER, V. L. SMITH,
R. H. HIIPP, Vice-President
DON'T DELAY LONGER
n roid;n your ome anintument.d
No home is complete without music,
tiandnothing is so inspirg and cui
and gives entertainment for children,
and keeps them at home. *rhis is our
27th year of ur'interrupted success here,
henc e are thetter pepared thai' ever
Wite*M " usA rN!or c-taboes and for
our easy payment plan and pt ices.
MALONE'S MUSIC 11OUSE,
I. COLUMBIA, S. C.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the un
lersigned will make final settlement
is Administratrix of the estate of
Mfrs. K. H. Cook. deceased, in the
Probate Court for Newberry County,
South Carolina, on Monday, April 10,
1911, at 11 o'clock a. m., and will im
mediately thereafter apply for her
discharge as stch administratrix. All
persons indebted to said estate will
make immediate settlement, and all
persons having claims against said
estate will file them forthwith, with
Eugene S. Blease, attorney, Newberry,
MARY E. FPTING,
In fighting to keep the blood pure
the white corpuscles attack disease
germs like tigers. But often germs
multiply so fast the little fighters are
overcome. Then see pimples,' boils,
eczema, saltrheum and sores multiply
and strength and appetite fail. This
condition demands Electric Bitters to
regulate stomach,- liver and kidneys
and to expel poisons from the blood.
"They are the best blood purifier,"
writes C. T. Budahn, of Tracy, Calif.,
"I have ever fouifd." They make rich,
red blood, strong nerves and build up
your health. Try them. 50c. at Wm.
E. Pelham & Son's.
If I Had Eczema.
I'd wash it away with that mild,
soothing liquid, D. D. D. Trial bottle,
25c. Relieves all kinds of skin trou
ble, cleansing away the impurities and
clearing up the complexion as noth
ing else can.
Yes. If I had any kind of skin tron
ble I'd use D. D. D.
Gilder &'Weeks. Newberry, S. C.
E. E. Chamberlain, of Clinton, Me.,
boldly accuses Bucklen's Arnica Salve
of stealing-the sting from burns or
scalds-the pain from sores of all
kinds-tae distress from boils or
piles. "It robs cuts, corns, bruises,
sprains and injuries of their terror,"
he says, "as a healing remedy its
equal don't exist." Only 25c at Wm.
E. Pelham & Son's.
STATE AND COUNTY TAXES.
The time for paying State and coun
ty taxes with ,the penalty expires on
the 15th of March. Af-ter that date
executions will be placed in the
hands of the sheriff, and settlement~
will have to be made with himn. Give
this your attention at once.
JNO. L EPPS,
SKIN AND SCALP TROUBLES
YIELD TO ZEMIO TEEATXENT.
A Clean Liquid Preparation for Exter
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fident that ZEMO and ZEMO soap used
together will rid the skin or scalD.4
infant ol- grown person of pimples,
blackeads, drandruff, eczema,, prickly
heat, rashes,.hives, Ivy poison or -ar
oher form of skin or scalp eruptimn,
Ithat they will give your money bacl
if you are nopt entirelys satisfied with
the results obtained from .the use of
ZEMO and the soap.
The first application will give
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Let us show you proof of somre re
mrkable cures made by ZEMO and
give you a 32 page booklet how to
preserve the skin.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEIENf.
Notice is hereby given that I will'.
make final settlement as guardian of
,the estate of Olin B. Graham in the
office of the probate court for New
berry county on Wednesday, March 29,
1911, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
and immediately thereafter apply for
letters dismnissory as guardian of the
said minor, Olin B. Graham.
H. S. Grahan..
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For this reason alone, a bottle ofE
D. D. D. should be kept on hand in
every household. A trial 25c bottle
will show you the merits of this greak
remedy as a complexion wash.
D. D. D. seems to remove the cause,
whatever the trouble may be, cleans
ing the skin, and leaving it as soft,: as
smooth and clear as that of a healthy
Get a 25c. bottle today and keep it
in the house.
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