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GOVERNOR HANDS OUL
ANOTHER T. B." LETTER
LETTER OF OCTOBER 7, 1905, AD
DRESSED TO EVANS.
Surprised That Mr. Evans Was Not
Taking More Interest in the En.
terprise-Signed "T. B."
Gov. BBlease Tu-sday gave out "his
second grain of sand" of his side on
the dispensary situation with refer
ence to the letters alleged to have
been written by Thos. B. Felder, of
Atlanta, to H. H. Evans, former chair
man of the State dispensary board of
The letter made public by Gov.
Blease, he says, is in the, same hand
writing as that of T. B. Felder, the]
Atlanta attorney, and signed "T. B."
The letter follows:
"October 7, 1905.
"Dear Hub: Wire me on receipt of
this when the board of control meets
to purchase supplies. I am informed
the next meeting occurs on the 12th.
Can you arrange a meeting with theI
other two sometime between now and
then? You must do something for
us at the next meeting. Our repre
sentatives is working the Alabama
dispensaries this week. Will devote
next week to Georgia and is getting
great results. I am surprised that
you are not, under the circumstances,
taking more interest in our enterprise.
A good 'share' in October will put us
on easy street. After this the busi
ness from Georgia and Alabama will
give us big profits. Let me hear from
you by return mail when and where
I can see you. I want to go over the
situation with you fully.
"Yours, "T. B."
"This letter is in the same hand
writing as the one published in Sun
day's papers, and was given to Gov.
Blease by a friend who had posses
sion of it; and Mr. Evans does not
know that Gov. Blease has it." This
statement was made by Gov. Blease in
announcing the letter.
THE NEWS OF WHITIRE.
Presbyterians Have Silver Tea-G~len
Lowry Co. Store Robbed---Cele
brates Her Birthday.
Whitmire, Masch 23.-Mrs. Estelle
Wolseley has arrived from Baltimore
and will conduct the millinery depart
ment at the Glenn-Lowry Co. store.
Mrs. Wolseley hal- had eight years' ex
perience in the millinery business and
comes with the highest recommenda
tions. We expect to have the best
- syles and prettiest hats we have ever:
On last Wednesday, the'15th, all
the ladies in town were invited by the
Ladies' Aid society of the Presbyterian
church, to a silver tea, at the home
of Rev. Jno. R. Roseboro. The fol
- ure mn
that I had a neuralgia pain in
my arm for five years, and I
used your Liniment for one
week and was completely
cured. I recommend your
Liniment very highly."-MRs.
J. McGaAw, 1 2 6 Mandeville
St., New Orleans, La.
*Cured Quinsy Sore Throat
* MR. HENRY L. CAULK, of
1242 Wilson St., Wilmington,
Del., writes :-"I bought a bot
tle of Sloan's Liniment for the
*quinsy sore throat and it cured
me. I shall always keep a
bottle in the house."
gives instant relief from rheu
go, sciatica, neu
r aloia, croup,
sore throat, ton
silitis, h oar se
ness and chest
SSloan's book on
horses, cattle, sheep ---
and pouiltry sent _
free. Address .. -
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, d
3soston, M~ass., U. S. A.
lowing ladies were present: Mesdaames
S. A. Jeter, B. H. Herren, J. I. Young,
R. M. Duckett, J. W. Hipp, M. E.
Abrams, J. B. Humbert, J. E. Cofield,
W. D. Suber, J. M. Finney, J. D. Tid
marsh, Wm. Coleman, Thad Coleman,
Mary Coleman, McD. Metts, Elizabeth
Douglass, J. M. Major, W. H. Rasor,
F. H. Burns, Samuel Spray, and Misses
Frances Jeter, Lena Young, Kate Har
grove, Frances Rice, Sarah Shannon,
Margaret Meyers, Kathleen Meyers,
Margaret Porter, Sarah Fant, Ida Ma
son, Birdie Sims, Lula Donnan and
The table was adorned with beau
tiful centre pieces, vases of lovely
flowers and two fancy cakes, the gift
of Mrs. S. L. Gary and S. A. Jeter.
Pretty candles cast their mellow light
over all. The members of the Aid so
ciety served hot chocolate and cake.
A splendid musical .programme of
both vocal and instrumental music
was rendered by Mrs. J. B. Humbert,
Mrs. Jno. R. Roseboro and Miss Mar
Mr. Will Atchison has returned*
from the Chester hospital, much im
proved in health.
Misses Gertrude and Annie Tollison,
of Laurens, and Miss Maud Chandler
spent the week-end at the hotel with
Mrs. Jno. M. Finney.
Last Tuesday night some one enter
ed the Glenn-Lowry Co. store from a
rear window and stole a number of
suits of clothes, pants and other
things. Part of the stolen goods have
been found at Clinton and a boy, Jno.
Smith, has been arrested on suspi
cion. They hope ere long to bring
the guilty parties to justice. Jno.
Smith is in the lock-up awaiting fur
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. S.
P. McDaniel died at their home here
Miss Elizabeth Coleman celebrated
her ninth birthday by giving a party
to her little friends at her beautiful
home on Saturday, March 18.
These little girls attended the party
Pauline Fant, Lois Tidmarsh, Mary
Metts, Pelloree Gary, Louise Humbert,
Evelyn Suber, Bessie Suber, Ruby
Herren, Gloria Abrams, Annie Abrams,
Mary Lou Douglass, Sarah Rasor, Vic
toria Jeter, Annie McAbee.
The little girls in their pretty new
dresses, lovely ribbons and happy
faces made a charming picture as they
played1 games on the beautiful lawn.
After athey had played/ awhile they
were invited into the dining room,
where Mrs. Win. Coleman, Mrs. Mary
Coleman, Mrs. Thad Codleman and
Misses Frances Jeter and Margaret
Porter served ice cream and cake, and
Elizabeth received some pretty gifts
from relatives and little friends, which
she may keep through life in memory
of her birthday. Nita.
DISPENSARY BODY COMPLETE
B. F. Kelly Accepts Place of John L.
Mimnaughl.-New Board Will
B. F. Kelly, former member of the
State senate from Lee county, was
appointed by Governor Blease as a
member of the dispensary winding-up
commission to take the place of John
L. Mimnaugh, of Columbia, who re
Letter From Mr. Mimnaugh.
The letter from Mr. Mimnaugh de
clining the appointment was announc
ed by Gov. Blease. The letter fol
"Gov. Cole. L. Blease, Columbia.
"Dear Sir: I have taken your offer
to appoint me a member of the dis
pensary commission under considera
tion and beg to assure you of my e.p
preciation of t:he honor you have done
me in thus thinking me worthy of
your confidence and esteem. My bus
iess at this time, however, is s.uch as
to require practically all my time and
I am arranging to make a visit to my
old home in Europe this summer, ne
cessitating an absence of about three
months, which circumstances will not
permit me to postpone.. It is, there
fore, with genuine regret that I am
constrained to decline the appoint
I "Sincerely yours,
"John L. Mimnaugh.''
THE SOUTHERN RAILWAT
WORKING TO UPBUILD SOUTTH
Washington, D. C., March 18.-In
creased activity on part of the South
ern Railway company in the work of
attracting settlers to the oSuth is in
dicated by t:he announcement that two
additional traveling immigration
agents have been appointed in the
land and industrial department. T.
H. Jones, with heaequarters at St.
Louis, will travel the Central West
and J. B. Finster will nave headquar
ters at Washington, D. C. These new
appointees are well equipped with ex
perience and training in immigration
work andn duiwill be to so
licit desirable classes to locate in the
With these additional agents in the
field, the work of the Southern rail
way for tb upbuilding and develop
ment of t:ae South should be even
more effective than in the past. For
years the Southern Railway company
has devoted its energies and employed
its means for development of the ter
ritory it serves as well as for the bet
terment and expansion of its lines and
equipment. Through its land and in
dustrial department a carefully pre
pared plan. for the promotion of immi
gration and industrial enterprises was
devised when the company was or
ganized in 1894 and this has been
steadily followed. It has drawn the
attention of capital and enterprise l
from all parts of the United States and
from Europe to the South, its oppor
tunities and resources and has thus
identified itself with the progress of
That the company is convinced of
the efficacy of its past efforts and the
wisdom of the expenditures thus er
wtailed is manifest in the announcr
ment that this work is to be continu
ed on a larger scale.
DANDRUFF AND ITCHING
SCALP YIELD TO
Why experiment trying to drive the
dandruff germ from underneath the
skin with greasy lotions or fancy hair
dressing when druggists everywhere
and in Newberry Mayes' Drug Store
will guarantee ZEMO and ZEMO
SOAP to entirely rid the scalp of the
germ life that causes the trouble.
ZEMO AND ZEMO SOAP can be 'ob
tained in any city or town in America
and recognized as the best and most
economical treatment for all affections
of the skin or scalp whether on infant
or grown person. One shampoo with
ZEMO SOAP and application of ZEMO
will stop itching and cleanse the scalp
of dandruff and scurf. Application of
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the most obstinate case of eczema or
We invite you to try ZEMO and
ZEMO SOAP and if not entirely satis
fed we will refund your money.
Mayes' Drug Store.
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-tile 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 Win.
E. Pelham & Son's.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
The undersigned will make final
~settlement of the state of Mrs. E.
'Jane Reeder, decased,. in the Probate>
Court for Newberry County. South
Carolina, on Saturday, April 15th,
1911, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
and 'will immediately thereafter ap
ply for his discharge as executor
thereof. All persons having claims
against said estate will file the same
forthwith with my attorney, Eugene
S. Blease, Newberry, S. C.
James 0. Reeder,
Newbrry, Qualified Executor.
' Nebery,5. C., March 13, 1911.
Thirty Years Together.
Thirty years of association-think
of it. How the merit of- a good thing
stands out in that ime-or the worth
lessness of a bad one. So there's no
guesswork in this evidence of Thos.
Ariss, Concord, Mich., who writes:
"I have used Dr. King's New Discov
ery for 30 years, and its the best
cough and cold cure I ever used."
Once it finds entrance in a home you
can't pry it out. Many families h.ave
used it forty years. It's the most in
'fallible throat and lung medicine on
earth. Unequaled for lagrippe, asth
ma, hay-fever, croup, quinsy or sore
lungs. Price 50c, $1.00. Trial bottle
free. Guaranteed by Win. E. Pel'ham
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Frances L. Haltiwanger, Texania
Samuel, Lenora Eleazer, Mattte E.
Alewine, Kizzie C. Chapman, John J.
Haltiwanger, Holland S. Haltiwanger,
Wilbur Haltiwanger and Lula Fulmer,
Burtell Haltiwanger, Defendant.
Byv virtue of an orde.r of the Court
herein, I will sell to the highest bid
r before the Court House at New
oerry, S. C., Monday, salesday, April
3, 1911, within the legal hours of
sale all that lot of land near the town
of Newberry, County of Newberry,
State of South Carolina. containing
two-thirds (2-3) of an acre, more or
less, bounded by lands of B. C. Mat
thews, Nat Gist and an unnamed
street, which will more fully appear
on a plat now of record in Plat Book
."D," at page 53, in the office of the
Regisiter of Mesne Coniveyances for
Terms of sale: Cash.
H. H. RIKAI?D,
3-1~-3t-1taw. Master N. C. S. C.
Are Here in
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