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LEAVES STATE HEALTH SERVICE.
Resignation of Dr. Williams Accept
ed-Will Become Specialist.
Columbia, April 28.-Dr. C. Fred
Williams, secretary of the State board
of health and State health officer, will
leave the service. Dr. Robert Wilson,
Jr., chairman of the State board of
,health, of Charleston, has notified Dr.
Williams that his resignation has
been accepted by the board, and the
announcement to this effect was made
this afternoon. Dr. Williams sent in
his resignation to the board of health,
which accepted i.t only after the effort
to make arrangements by which Dr.
Williams's salary might be increased
Dr. Williams's successor will be
named by the board at a meeting to
be held here some time between May
10 and 15.
Dr. C. Fred Williams has been sec
retary of the State board of health
for four years, and in 1908, when the
office of State health officer was creat
ed, Dr. Williams was given that posi
tion also. When he took charge of
Ithe work the State board had no of
fice, no stenographer and no labora
tory. Today the State board has fine
ly equipped offices in the new Science
hall of the University of South Caro
olina. Two stenographers are employ
In connection with Dr. Williams's
work is the pasteur institute, con
ducted by Dr. F. A. Coward, a former
Charlestonian. The State pasteur in
stitute has done fine work. The board
naintains a laboratory, and is con
neoted with the laboratory of Com
missiomer Watson's department in
the pure food work. Also in connec
tion with the State board is the rural
sanitarium work, conducted by Dr.
Labruce Ward, who has a corps of
men in the field in this State. This
work is aided by the Rockefeller hook
Dr. Williams has issued a monthly
bulletin on matters affecting the
health of the people, in order to edu
cate the masses in the preventive
measures that may be taken in such
diseases as tuberculosis and the large
number of diseases occasioned by un
By simply giving a bare outline of
Dr. Williams' work it is unnecessary
to add that he had been a valuable
man for South Carolina. His resig
nation was made to the executive
committee of the board six weeks ago,
and it was not accepted. In Cnaries
ton the resignation was accepted con
ditioned upon the failure to secure a
means of adding to Dr. Williams's
salary. This afternoon the announce
ment was made that the additional
money could not be had, and the
resignation was accepted.
Dr. Williams will engage in the
special work of chest diseases. He
will make a trip to London soon to
make some special studies in this
field of medicine.
GOVERNOR SEEKS INFORMIATION
Writes State and Private Colleges
For Income Figures.
Columbia, April 29.-Gov. Blease
had written to three of the State in
stitutions of learning and to several
other colleges in the State, asking
for information as to the i-ncome of
the institutions. The letters were
addressed to Clemson college, univer
sity of South Carolina, the Citadel, the
military college of South Carolina:
Erskine, Newberry, Porter's, Wofford,
The following copy of the letter to
the superintendent of Porter Military
academy, of Charleston, shows the
form of the letters sent out:
"Superintendent, Porter Military,
Academy, Charleston, South Carolina
-Dear Sir: I am desirous of obtain
ing from you the following informa
tion, if consistent with the rules of
"Ho many students attended your
institution during the session 1910-1]?~
"The amount of money received
"The amount of money reeied
from the Stare, or othi>r appropria
tions, or from any other sonrr'? I
other words. I wish to renow how
much money you rinstitution receives
for running expenses each year?
'.1 woa ans like to know. if you
please, -Vhat salaries your president
and professors receive?
"If for any reason you should wish
that your reply to me be not made
public, please so state in your com
"If there is any rule or regulation
opposing the giving to me this infor
mation, of course, I do not ask it,
but if not, you will greatly oblige me
1by furnishing the same.
"Cole. L. Blease,
HOT SHOT AT HITCHCOCK.
"Postoffice Department Greatest Pol.
tical Machine," Says Cullop.
Washington, April 28.-"The post
office department is the greatest. poli
tical machine ever constructed in this
or aliy other country and it is openly
administered as a political organiza
This was the charge made on the
floor of the house of representatives
today by Mr. Cu-llop, of Indiana, who
referred to Postmaster General Hitch
cock as being the presiding genius of
Too much time devoted by the head
of 'the department to political affairs
and too little to business, were declar
ed by Mr. Cullop to be responsible for
the annual deficit in the operation of
the department. He said the people
should know whether any of the 272,
000 postmasters or employees had
been discharged or reduced in rank
for failure to perform political du
ties or contribute to campaign funds,
and whether employees are regularly
assessed for campaign purposes and
are punished if they do not comply.
He declared that the appointive
power lodged with the president is
greater than that enjoyed by any for
"The power vested in the president
is almost unlimited," he said.
"No man is wise enough or good
enough to be trusted with such pow
er. It is the experience of the world
that men clothed with such power be
come impatient of restraint."
Mr. Cullop advocated the direct
election of many of the federal em
ployees, such as United States mar
shals and postmasters.
12 ACTS STILL UNSIGNED.
Advanced Sheets. of 1911 Acts Reach
Columbia, April 2.-The Charles
ton commission form of government
bill, the commission form of govern
ment act for smaller towns, the dis
pensary investigation act, the libel
act, the ill-shaped county act, the
dispensary fund act, are the most im
portant of the twelve acts unsigned
by the governor, as shown by the first
copy of the advanced sheets of the
acts of 1911, furniished the governor's
office this afternoon by Code Com
Thirty acts are printed in tne tirst
section of the advanced copy of acts.
' dAAAALOVER 65 YEARS'
qunyse nn a .keth and desc :Tt! may
invenIt on is probably patentahile. Commiunien
tionsstrictlyconltidential. HANUBOOK on Patents c
sent free. (Oldest agzency for securi:zz patents.
Patetts taken through 31unn & Co. receive
s'pecibat notice, without charge, in the
A handsomely illustrat ed weekly. Largest cir
Iculation of any scientitic journal. Terms. $3 a
yea r.: four nmonths, $1. Sold by all newsdealer5. o
MUNN & C.-6B -d~.New York
MEETING ROAD INSPECTORS.
The township road inspectors of E
Newberry county are requested to
meet at Newberry on Saturday, May 8
6, at ] 1 o'clock a. m. The meeting
will be held in the court house. The
inspec ors are all earnestly requested I
o bVx'mine the roads in their respec
: () wnships, and report same at I
thsmeting. Please remember to
make~ out two reports as is directed
by.:..w:one to the supervisor and
one to the foreman of the grand jlury.
J. W. Epting, Chairman. Ii
*Thos. J. Wilson, Secty. b
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be made attractiv
quality has sold a
The Ford M(
and all the impor
We can prove thi
If roads are poor, if
then the FORD MODE
car, abundance of powe
tire trouble, because of
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TEACHERS' EXAMTNATION. Ar
A examination for teachers' certi- th4
ces will be held in the office of the ce~
iuty superintendent of eiucation on 'ed
.riay, May 5, 1911. The examination sai
tlbegin promptly at 9 o'clock . Ri
pplicants to furnish all stationery. -19
J. S. WHEELER, res
aoty Superintendent of Education. cu
EE. Chamberlain, of Clinton, Me.or
lly accuses Bucklen's Arnica Salve th~
f tealing-the sting from burns or co
cds-the pain from sores of allCO
:is-tae distress from boils or
ls. "It robs cuts, corns, bruises,
prans and injuries of their terror,"
says, "as a healing remedy its
ql don't exist." Only 25c at Wmn.
> elham & Son's. N
TTE OF SOUTH CAROLIN^.,
CUNTY OF NEWBERRY. n
Curt of Common Pleas. "
B. Lester, Plaintiff, 291
cle Lester Moore, Claude L. I- JuC
tr, Newton R. Lester, C. Eug'ene
ester, Louise M. Lester and <:a- eb
ree E. Leste~r, Defendants. Ies1
Uder, and by authority of an order
he above entitled action, passed Ad
-on. R. C. Watts, p)residing judge of
a h ne,ht Judii Circuit dated 4-5
tch the Ford
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L~IN A LOW PRICED CAM
ED QUALTY IN A L(
uality has never been sacril
-ely low. Quality sold the fir
I1 Fords since that time.
Features Are Origina]
aor, the Ford Ignition Syste
tant elements of the Ford car
s by showing you in detail th
Car is Built fo
hills are steep, if land is sandy, if rocks
L T shows ITS REAL SUPERIORIT
r, splendid design, simplicity of mecha:
high clearance, this car has becomei
riO. Torpedo, $645.
ry, Equipment $80 Extra.
erry Machine Sh
i 20, 1911, notice is hereby given
tt all and singular the creditors of
Sestate of Newton R. Lester, de
sed, are hereby notified and requir
to present their claims against
estate, duly attested, to H. H.I
ard, master for Newberry county,
or before the 18th day of May,
1. And said creditors are thereinPne0
~trained and enjoined from prose
:ing their claims against said es-h om
e in any other proceeding, or else- j sac fPt
ere than in this proceeding. Said
ler is now on file in the offc of AcigCm
clerk of the court for Newberry teU.S ae
inty. - *
H. H. RIKARD, *
Master for Newberry County.U I
pril 24, 1911. 4-25,3t-1taw
TICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. _______
otice is hereby given that I will I a
ke a final settlement of the estate
Newton R. Lester. deceased, on the -
h day of May, 1911, at 11 o'clock~ aws taa
mn., in the office of the probatesotiglqd,D I
ge for Newberry county, and im-2c.elesalkn
diately thereafter apply for a dis-clainawyt
irge as administratrix of saidclaiguthco
ate. n elec .
IDA B. LESTER,
ministratix of the persoLal es-saI Iadan
Newton R. Lester, deese. 1IdUeD.DD
1W PRICED CAR"
iced that the price might
st Ford Cars in 1893 and
, Not Imitations
M, the Ford Transmission
are distinctive Ford ideas.
e construction of the car.
r Hard Work
abound, if wet weather is plenty,
. Because of light weight of the
ism, low fuel consumption, little
Touring Car, $700
Ve have Cars in Stock.
ip and Garage.
ers from Leading Manufacturern
ents. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed."
ventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for
t Office records. Our Mr. Gireeley was formerly.
sioner of Patents, .and as such had full charge-of
EEEY&MCINTIRE - 1
Eczema jIn fighting to keeD the blood pwre
the white corpuscles attack disease
- germs like tigers. But often germs
multiply so fast the little fighters ae
with that mlild, overcomr-. Then s'ee pimples, boi ,
). D. Trial bottle, eczema, saltrheum and sores multiply
ds of skin trouble, and strength and appetite fail. This
.iprte and condition demanlds Electlic Bitters to
9mpuitie andregulate stomach, liver and kidneys
nplexion as noth- and to expel poisons from the blood.
''They are th., best blood purifier,"
writes C. T. Budahn, of Tracy,Ca.i
kind of skin troul- "I have ever found." They maker
red blood, strong nerv es and build
your health. Try them. 50c. atWi
ider & Weeks. E. Pelham & Son's.