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WOODMENIS PICNIC AT FILBERT.
John G. Richards and John Gary EV-!
ans Both Touch on Relations to
Fibert, July 28.-The annual Wood
2=en's picnic was held here today with
a large crcowd. Gov. Blease was not I
present, though he had been expected.
The absence of the governor gave John
Gary Evans the centre of the day's
exercises. One feature of his speech
,was his statement that he was out of
politics. His urging of the cotton
mnl owner and the fanners to work
hand in hand for their mutual ad
vancement was in direct contrast to
the speeA.h of Maj. Richards, who told
the farmers that the cotton manufac
tuirers were lowering the price of cot
ten and their need of organizing.
The picnic was held in the grove at
*e station, the exercises commencing
at 10.30 a. m. They were opened with
jorayer by Magistrate Comer, while
State Senator Stewart,rf York county,
acted as presiding officer and intro
duced the speakers. A brass band
from Yorkville was on hand and the
speeches weer interspersed with music
Col. Tom C. Hamer, of Bennettsville
was the first speaker. He is head con
sul for the Woodmen In tis State and
hi suject, "Woodcraft," wfs devoted
to a history of the formation and
growth of 'the Woodmen, both In the
mation and the State.
Capt. Rlchards, of Kershaw, a mem
br of the rail-road commission, fol
3owed Col. Hamer. Oapt. Richards
aid he recognized the right of the
people to select their office holders
and not one captious word had passed
h* lips on this right He touched on
- te primary, praising it highly and
urging the people to stand by it.
The speaker devoted the greater
part of his remarks to the Farmers'
union, calling It the farmers' hope of
salvetion. He said the farmers were
a prey for all classes and pointed out
Ahe necessity of an organization. He
4arged the Manufacturers' associa
ion with having lowered the price of
eotton by their agreement to curtail,
44rred to the reement of the man
aotuers requirlug six y44d of bag
ng on a ba] of cotton and called it
*6 14Bdiet of Charlotte." He men
toned thle recent meeting of the State
1lemers' i'nlon in Columbia and made
in taisoned plea to bls hearers to
efihaowith it at once. He urged'
" tensided and dlvetided farming.
.FtTLLY DIN NED GOING.
Wat "UinfOrseen Condaugeney" Kept
Nov Blesse From FIIbert.
Columbia, July 29.--"An uiiorese~i
ondaencyarose that ede it xneces
eii Ofovernor, Blease to telegraphi
Ms regrets," 'is the explanration given
at the governor's office as to why G~ov.
Blease did nrot fill bis engagement to
sek Friday at FIlbert, In York coun
ty. G3ov. Blease fully Intended going
to Filbert when seen Thursday even
Th governoi) left Oolumnbia. this
morning to attend a farmers' rally
this afternoon et Fla~t Rock, in Pick
tormer Governor John Gary Evans
'as One of the speakers at Filbert.
Dispatches from Yorkville say the
erowd bad expected to see Messrs.
Blaase and Evans have a political de
WILL WORK TOGETHER
FOR TARIFF REVISIONJ
Democrats and Insurgent Republicans
* ay Extend Their Pro
Wahidngton, July 28.--The fight of
the Democrat-progressive Republican
/coalition for broader tariff -revision
gained ground today, and it was con
fidently pred!icted in both houses that
a conference-created compromise wool
bill, the farmers' free list bill and pos
sibly the cotton bill, with steel, sugar
and other schedules, would be passed.
Meantime the indications are stronger
than ever that President Taft will ex
ercise ibis veto power on tariff legis-,
lation prior to the submission of the:
tariff board report in December. The
cotton bill will pass the house next
Thursday probably. Democratic
.leaders asserted that if the present
program is carried out there is noth
ing to prevent adjournment about the
middle of August
The plan contemplates a compro
mise wool bill on a 30 per cent. ad
valorem raw wool duty .basis. This
* measure will go to conference either
r.ext Monday or Tuesday.
Free List Bill Unweighted.
The free list bill instead of being
handicapped with sugar, steel and oth
er schedules as riders, is to be chang-'
ed only by the Bailey ameindment,
. which strikes out the provision plac
ing farm products on the free list.
This amendment is necessary to iu
sure the Republican insurge-nt voto.
Democrats of both hoiis expressed
certainty that the free imt bill 'would.
'be put through the senate Tuesday by
tibe same combination that put the'
wool bill through.
The intention of the free list bill as
a whole, as Republican senators re-!
gard it, is to compensate the farmer
for the loss supposed to have been in
ficted upon him by the acceptance of
Canadian reciprocity and they will
not consent to an extension to other
countries 'of the free import provision
on the products of the farm. Practi
cally all the opposition to the bill on
the Democratic side will be on ac
count of this amendment.
Wool Bill Next Week.
The wool bill will be sent to con
ference Monday or Tuesday. It will
be called up in the house then by 0.
W. Underwood, Democratic leader, and
both houses will appoint conferees.
Chairman Penrose of the senate fi-'
ftance committee firmly disavowed in
tention of participating in the con- I
ference. Senators La Follette (pro
gressive Republican) and Simmons, of
North Carolina (Democrat) doubtless
will be among the senate confer4es.
The wool bill reohed the house to
day, the formal announcement of its
passage by the senate being greeted
by Democratic applause. The bill now
lies on the speaker's table, where it
will remain until called up next week!
for action as to a conference.
KA_NY PELLAGRA CASES
IN SOUTHERN STATES
umber in This Section Increasing,
But Cause Has Not Yet Been
That a pellagra wave is sweeping
many of the Southern States was the
opinion expressed by Dr. J. W. Bab
ock, the superintendent 'of the State)
ospital for the insane. He is an
authority on the subject of pellagra
and has g1v& the disease a careful
.It was stated by Dr. Babcock that
Ule number of cases at the State hos
pital for the Insane had not material
ly Ineresed during the past several
weeks, but that reports received from
raioUs sections of the South Indicated
that the diseese was in0teasing.
nr. Babcock was asked 'if the exces
djv, hbot westber canid the increase
in the number of 1@ase. He was
unable to say.
The hospital comrmissoi, chiargJj
with the work of erecting the build
[ngs for the nAw hospital at State pairk
will meet here in a few days when
lefinito steps will be taken toward the
recion of a building40 accommodate
L0 ohronie cases of 'inanity. A num
ber of buildings will mnake~ up "the
solony group" at State park and It Is'
very probable that there will be a spe
Ial building for the pellagra cases.
EIGH T LIV ES LO
IN ALA WEC
egro Exeursion Train Crashes Into
Freight at Hamlet-Score of 0th.
ers Uay Die.
Charlotte, N. C., J1tly 27.-Eight are
lead, 60 seriously injured and 28
painfully injurd as tIhe result of a1
hea-on- collision between a niegro ex
sursoni train bound from Durham to
Dhalotte and a freight train in the
amlet yards this morning. Four
members of the train crews are also'
suffering from injuries. The injured
were brought to Charlotte on a special
brain. Many additional deaths are ex
Of the 60 seriously hurt a. score or
more may die. Four white trainmen
are badly hurt Engineer Ben. Koonie,
who was running the excursion engine,
was mangled about the head and
should'ets and injured internally; En
gineer A. Taylor, of the fright, injured
aternlaly and badly cut; Conductor
W. H. Bowen, of the excursion, had his
side crushed and several ribs broken
and Albert Gary, fireman of the freight
was badly bruised and cut.
The cause of the wreck is unknown.
The engines telescoped and six of the
11 coaches of. the excursion train
crumpled like' pasteboa:rd. Fifty of
the injured were brought to Charlotte
tonight 'on a special train an'd placedj
in hospitals, while 30-odd who were
considered too critically hurt to be~
moved are being cared for at Hamlet.
Just five years ago this month, with
in one mile of the scene of today's dis
aster, a signiliar wreck occurred in
which 26 negroes met death.
THE DELMAR REUNION.
Large Crowd Attended Ileeting in In
terest of Newberry College.
Saluda, July 29.-The annual reun
ion of Newberry college graduates,
students and friends of the institution
was hIeld at Delmnar in the extreme
eastern section of the county yester
day. The att'endance was unusually
larg4, numbering probably 1,500.
The exercises were held in the open
air on a shady hillside, amphitheatre
shaped, where for a number of years
similar gatherings have been held. It
was decided yesterday to make that
spot the permanent meeting place for
to raise a fund for the purpose of
Drecting comfortable seats and other
A barbecue and picnic dinner was
served, and in the afternoon a game
Df baseball was played.
W. Aug. Shealy is president of the
ewberry College Alumni association,
which inaugurated the idea of the an
nual reunion at Delmar, and was mas
ter of ceremonies yesterday.
Among the speakers were some,
prominent in the field of education, Dr.
J. Henry Harms, president of Newber
ry college; Dr. W. W. Daniel, presi
dent of Columbia college; Prof. Der
rick, of Newberry college; B. B. Hare,
now~of 'Washington, D. C.; E. S.
Blease, of Newberry; the Rev. W. H.*
Hiller, of Columbda, and C. J. Ramage,
of Saluda, also made brief talks.
It was very evident that President
Harms is a favorite with the alumni
and students of Newberry. He stated
that the outlook for the opening at
Newberry in the fall was the bright
est In the history of the old college.
Dr. Daniel stressed the importance of
educating the girls.
CHEROKEE NEAR.BEER RAID.
Sheriff Seizes Stuff at Four Places
Gaffney, July 29.-The ex'ected has
happened and today Sheriff Thomas,
armed with a search warran,t, seized
all the -bear-beer at the four saloons
just on the edge of the city, outside of
the incorporate limits. At W. H.
Dempsey & Co.'s 454 bottles were seiz
ed and 444 empties; at Ramsey &
Childer's 10 bottles were obtained and
75 empties; at Harper & Buice's 63
bottles and two barrels of empties; at
Elmore & Sutton's 190 bottles were
seized and three barrels of empties.
All of the near-beer has been hauled
to the jail and deposited there. The
sheriff stated that It would be held
No dennite action has been taken
by any of the parties yet and no ar
rests ware made. Some action is rao
Mentarly expeeted. It is understood
Lhat the sheriff acted imder orders
from Governor Blease. It is stated
erm tonight that warmmts are out for
1ll of those who have been conducting
the saloons, and it Is expected that
~ley UIbe arrept.d eme time Voi
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEwBERRY.
By Frank 31. Schmpert, Equire,
Probate Judge.'. .
WHEREAS, H. H. Aull and John K.
Lull made suit to nie to graint them
etters'of administrationf of the estat~e
at and effects of- Mrs. Alice Knr
THESE ARE THEREFORE to cite
md admonish all and singular the
indred and creditors of the said
Efrs. Alice Kinard Aull, deceased, that
hey be and appear' before me; in the
~ourt of probate, to be held. at Newber
ry 8. C., On Augusta 14, 1911, next
tpublication thereof, at 11 o'clock
n the forenoon, to show cause, if any
hey have, why the said adminlstra
ion should not be granted..
GIVEN under my band, this 27th
lay of July, Anno Domini 1911.
Frank 31. Schumpert,
J. ,P. N.C.
"1 Am GIaG"
writes Mrs. Ethel Newlin,
of Liberty Center, Ind.,
"that I began to take Cars
dui, for it has ciufed mie,
and 1 will never forget it.
"I cannot praise Cardui
too highly for what it did
for me. Before I began
to take it, I was very
bad color, suffered great
pain and weigh'd only
105 pounds. Now I have
a good color, do not suffer
and weigh 125 lbs."
The Woman's Tonic
Beware of strong, nox
jous, mineral drugs, that
sink into your system,
like lead to the bottom of
a basin of water.
Cardui is purely vege
table and contains no
poisonous minerals, or
It is perfectly safe and
harmless, fdr use by old
and young, -and may be
taken, as a tonic, for
months, without any possi
ble harmful effect Try it.
Never leave home on a jouirney with
>t a bottle of Chamberlain's colic.
hoera and diarrhoea remedy. It is
?Jmst certain to be needed and can
rot be obtained when on board the,
ars or steamships. For sale by all
DON'T DELAY LONGER
In providing your home with a good
piano or organ. Doubtless, you have
promised your family an instrument.
No home is complete without music,
aud nothing is so inspiring and culti
vating. Music help's to drown sorrows,
and gives entertainment for children,
and keeps them at home. This is our
27th year of uninterrupted success here,
hence we are better prepared thar ever
to supply the best pianos and organs and
will save you money.
Write us AT ONCE for catalogs and for
our easy payment plan and prices.
MALONE'S MUSIC HOUSE,I
COLUMBLA, S. C.
The Cause of Eczema.
is germ life that burrows under and
feeds on the skin. The way to cure
Eczema is to remove the cause by
washing away with a clean, peoietrat
ing liquid, the germ life and poisons
that cause the trouble.
We have a preparation that will do
this. Th.e iirst application ;:lI stap
the itching an i r*-,e prompt rellief to
an irritated, itch'ng or inflhi'id skin.
If you are a ,qLVvrer from skin or
scalp erupto.i' in any form, try o;e
bottle of th.; clean scientific prepara
tion, we are confident you w'l be
pleased .with the result froat thi use
of this standard preparatioa - for
Good for infants as well as gro qan
persons. Mares Drug Store.
For sumer diarrhoea 1h children al
ways give Chamberlain's colic, cholera
and diarrhoea remedy and-castor oil,
and a speedy cure is certain. For sale
by all dealers.
There will be an election. held at
Prosperity, S. C., August 12, 1911, for
the purpose of electing a cotton
weigher. Polls to open at 8 o'clock
a. m. and close at 4 o'clock p. m.
All candidates for this election must
give their names, with an assessment
of one dollar, to the secretary by
August 5. The successful .candidate
to pay an additional dollar upon elec
tion. These assessments to defray ex
By order of chairman.
J. C. Singley,
Prosperity, S. C., July 24.
Life Saved at DeatWfs Door.
"I never felt so nears my . grave"
writes W. R. Patterson, of Wellington,
Tex., as when a frightful dough and
lung trouble pulled me dowr ,to '100
pounds, In spite of doctor's treatment
for two yearm. .My father, mother two
sistega .dled hof consumption, and that
I am alive. %dey is due solel'y to Dr.
King's New Discovery, which com
pletely cur me. Now I weigh. 182
pounds an4 yebeen -well and sti-ong
for years." 4~lk, safe, sure, its the
best remedy o - arth for coughs, colds,
la grippe, ast. , croup, and all throat
and lung troubles. 50c and $1.00. Tria.l
bottle free. Guaranteed by W. E. Pel
AiN ORDINANCE RELATING TQ THE
EMPTYING 9F WATER, WASTE,
ETC., IN THE TOWN OF NEW
BEREt, S. (L
Whereas, the IBoard of Health.of the
Town of Newberry, S. C., has passed a
resolution requesting 'that the Town
Council of the Town of Newberry, S.
C., pass the ordinance herinafter set
forth, the said Board of Health deem
ing the same necessary for the protec
tion of the health of the residents 'o
the town, therefore,
Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the Town of Newberry,
S. C., in Councll assembled:
Sec. 1. That on after the 30th day of
September,, 1. D. 1911, it shall be un
Iawful foi-ny person, firm or corpora
tion, owner or occupant of any house,
dwelling or other building in the Town
of Newberry, S. C., in which there is
in use any urinal, toilet or water clos
et, to empty or discharge any water,
waste or deposit from any such urinal,
toilet or water closet on any street,
or on any lot or ground.
Sec. 2. That any person violating
this ordinance shall, upon conviction,
be sentenced to pay a fine of not more
than fifty dollars or to imprisonnient
in the town guardhouse, or at labor on
the public works and streets of the
Town of Newberry for not more than
Done and ratified under the cor
porate seal of the Town of Newberry,
S. C., on the 25th day of July, A. D.
3. 3. Langford,
J. R. Scurry,
Clerk and Treasurer Town of New
berry, S. C.
Tortured for 15 Years.
by a cure-defying stomach trouble that
baffled doctors, and resisted all reme
dies he tried, John W. Modders, of
Moddersville, Mich., seemed doomed.
He had to sell his farm and give up
work. His neighbors said, "he can't
live much longer." "Whatever I ate
distressed me," he wrote, "till I tried
Electric Bitters, which worked such
wonders for me that I can now eat
things I could not take for years. Its
surely a grand remedy for stomach
trouble." Just as good for the liver
and kidneys. Every bottle guaranteed.
Only 50'c. at W. E. Pelham's Drug
J. HENRY HARA
A Standard College. Thor
Scientific, Technical, Laborat
ment. Safe and Pleasant Au
Department, fitting for FresL
opens September 21st. Write
Is only a beginning. Ot
quickly if you neglect them.
NOW is the time to
HEALTH. It will keep 0
keep your hair from falling c
ral color and beauty.
Send l0c. for a trial bottle and a tubt
CREAM,' and leaflets "The Care of the
SPEC. CO., Newark, N. J.., U. S. A.
$1 and 50c bottles at.Drug and Dept. Stor
H!ARFINA SOAP is unequalled for Sham
clean and healthy, also for red, rough- chapp
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, as executor of the last will,
and testament of .Epsy .Stewart, 4d.a
cefsed, will make a final settlement-oft
the estate of said deceased In the -Pro
bate Court of Newberry County, South
arolina, on the 28th day of August,
911, at 11 o'clock, forenoon, and will
Immediately thereafter apply for let
All -persons indebted to said estate
will, make settlement forthwith,an
all persons holding claims against
said estate will file the same wityrtheJ
undersigned, or his attorney, Eugene
S.- Blease, Newberry, S. C.
- W. G. Petesa
Right In your busiest season when
you have the least tlnie to spate 70%
are most likely to take diarrhaea and
lose several days' time, unless you
have Chamberlain's colic, cholera ad
diarrhoea remedy at hand and take
a dose on the first appearance of the
disease. For sale by all dealera,
NOTICE FBOE BOARD OF HELTH.
The attention of the residents of the
Town of Newberry is called to Section
94 of the Revised Ordinances of the
~Town, which Is as follows: ,
"Sec. 94. Owners and occupants of
each residence In the town shall pro
vide his or their premises witla suit
ble outbuildings, as privies, and keep
the same clean and In good conditioni,
removing the deposits at least ons:e a
eek. To this end they are required
to keep such places' supp[lied with a -
box or some vessel containing dry
earth, charcoal, lime or ashes, and
se the samt In connection with the
use of such pla.es. That all such
privies shall be erected at least ten
eet from any ditch used as a drain-s
age, and at least fifteen feet from any
street. That no slops, rubbish, or oth-1d
Ier refuse or filthy water shall be plac-1a
d or thrown under such privies, anda
the constructing or maintaining of a
privy vault or receptacle is hereby
prohibited. All privies now within the
orporate limits of the town which do t
not conform with this rule shall forth- t
with be changed by the owner to con-b
form with said rule. All public priviess
onnected with places of business cc
hall comply with the same rules as sc
ose of residences. Any person or
persons .not complying with any of
the provisions of this rule, shall, on
onviction, be punished by a fine of not
less than ($1) one dollar nor more
than ($10) ten dollars or by imprison
ent not less than one (1) day nor
ore than ten (10) days, in addition to
what expense the board may incur in
bating such nuisance.",
The Board of Health has determined
o carry out strictly the requirements
f above section. At the expiration of
ten days from this date any person -
violating in any manner the above
section will be reported to the chief
f police for prosecution. The health a
officer has been instructed to visit st<
every place in the town for the pur
pose of ascertaining any violation of th
the rule. F. D. Mower,. c
Jul 27, 1911. Chairman. ce
Y, S. C.
ough Courses. Classical,
ories and Modern Equip
5pices. Fine Preparatory
man Class. Next session
hers will follow only
use R A Y 'S HA
ut the GRAY H
ut and preserve its
of HAVS LILY WHITE TOILET
Hair and Skin." to PHILO HAY
REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES. -
es, or. direct upon receipt.of prie
pooing the hair and keeping the SeaIp
ed hands and face. 25c at Dr& -
11-2 H A $45.44
STOCIKOLDEES' XEETING -
More th'a 50 per cent. of the fro
sed caplita stock .of the 14ruiV
nk, Silveretreet, M. C., having been
~becrbed by bona fie 'bubscribn,
meeting of the subscribers of sai
oc Is called for Monday, thb 3
,y of July, 1911, at 10- &'elocka
the store of the Saluda Supply enen
ny, at 8lversfietfe1erry Cobun~
, South Oarolina, for the purpose of
e organization of the- said corpn
n, the election of :a.Board of Diree
's, the adoption of a constitution and
-aks, and for the transaction of
ch other business as may properly
me before said meeting. Any sub
riber' has the rl5ht to attend either
person or by proxy.
3. K. Nichols,
H. P. Stephens .
B. K. Havird,
KL D. Sheppard~
D. B'. Wheeler,
3. T. Calemnan,
W. W. Long,
W. V. -Bledaoe,
S. E. Paysihger,
Board- of Corporator&
Silverstreet, S. C., July 21, 1911.
Falls Victim to Thieves.
S. W. Bends, of Coal' City, Ala., has
justifiable grievance. Two thieves
le his health f'or twelve years. They
re a liver and kidney trouble. Then
.King's New Life Pillsth Wl
am. He's well now. Unrivaledf0
astipation, malaria, headache, 43S
psia. 25c. at W. 14 Pelham&.