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ITE JANUARY 1.
ler Will Wind Up Year's
Several Names Mention
ed for Vacancy.
. Wheeler, who will resign
ion as county superintendent
tion, will make his resigna
ective with the end of th6 year,
uing to discharge the duties of
ce until that time. The reports
ng with the year's work must be
e, and a good many matters at
tended to which come up for consid
eration towards the latter part of the
year, and in order to round out his
-work and leave a clean sheet for his
successor, Mr. Wheeler reached the
determination to continue iu the posi
tion until January 1.
Mr. Wheeler's successor will be
named by the State board of educa
Mr. Wheeler has made a faithful of
er. He bas been conscientlous in
the discharge of his duties, and he has
11hown fine, ability in the work. His
resignation is a loss to the schools of
In the superintendency of the Pros
perity schools Mr. Wheeler will be
assisted by the same cdrps of teach
..res who have- been associated with
Prof. Geo. D. Brown, whom Mr Wheel
er succeeds.r They are: Prof. J. M.
Bedenbaugh, Mrs. M. C. Morris, Miss
Langford and Miss Gertrude
names have been mentioned
on with the vacancy in the
unty superintendent of edu
XTEND MILL MERGER.
er Plants Asked to Join Parker
Cormbia, Aug. 3.--Following the
t increase in capitalization of the
Parker Mills company to $15,000,QOO
from $10,000,000, propositions have
been submitted -to the stockholders
of at least four cotton manufacturing
corporations, not now in the Parker
merger, looking to the inclusion" of
these poncerns in the combination.
These mills are the Wylie, of Chester;
the Pine Creek, of Camden; the Wal
halla, of Waihalla, and the Fairfield,
DR. KALLXAN MAKES VIOLN.
OriginallFeatures of Inistrument Nay
Give It Tone Superior to That of
Spartanburg Herald, 4th.
Rev. Dr. 6. T. Hallman, pastor of!
the Evangelical Lutheran church, has
ond a violin which is pronounced by
expert cabinet-makers to be one of
the finest piecus of iworkmanshipetheY
Ea addition to being of splendid ap
'pyearance, moreov'er, the violin is ex
pected to have a-remarkable clear solo
tone, partaking of the quality of the
.Inside the violin is an- inscription
-'rith La?in words which, translated,
are: "Glory to -God in the highest!"
The inscription in its entirety is as
Gloria in' altissimis Deo!
Made by S. T. Hallman, D. D.
Summer of 1911,
In his 67th year.
While in its general outline Dr.
Hallman's violin follows the lines of
T THE LAST
relatives in a
thing short of a ful
*cause worry and fear.
The Long Distance
thie problem. A persona
uation, dispelled worry a:
visit at a later date.
In every day, persor
tance Bell Telephone car
venience and loss of time
By the way, hi
, AND TEL.E
THAT WE SELL
Guilfuss' Bakers Bread Fresh all the
time,. Cinco Cigars from one to one
thousand, Kerosene Oil at 12 1-2c. per
gallon, and will have your washing
done at the Spartanburg Steam Laun
dry for less money than employing a
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Life Saved at Death's Door.
"I never felt so near my grave,"
writes W. R. Patterson, of Wellington,
Tex., as when a frightful cough and
lung trouble pulled me down to 100
pounds, in spite of doctor's treatment
for two years. My father, mother two
sisters died of consumption, and that
I am alive today is due solely to Dr.
King's New Discovery, which com
pletely cured me. Now I weigh 187
pounds and have been well and -strong
for years." Quick, safe, sure, its the
best remedy on earth for coughs, colds,
la grippe, asthma, croup, and all throat
and lung troubles. 50c and $1.00. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by W. E. Pel
STATE OF SOUTH. CAROLINA
County of Newberry.
By' Frank M. Schumpert, Esquire,
Whereas, Laura D. Whitener made
suit to me, to grant her Letters of
Administration of the, Estate of and
effects of Laura H. Whitener
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and Creditors of the said Laura H.
Whitener, deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Newberry, S. C.,
on the 16th day of August, next after
publication thereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to show cause, if any theY
have, why the said Administration
should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 31st day
of July Anno Domini, 1911.
- Frank M. Schumpert,
J. P. N. C.
NOTICE OF FINCLL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby givejn that I will
make final settlement,~ as administra
tor, on the Estate of W. J. Kohin, de
eeased, in the probate court for New
'berry county, South Carolina, on) Au
gust 5, 1911, at 11 o'clock a. mn., an.d
immediately thiereafter apply for let
ters dismissory as such administrator.
S. J. Kohnl,
NOTICE FROK BOARD OF HEALTH.
The attention of the residents of the
Town of Newberry is called to Section
j94 of the Revised Ordinances of the
Town, which is as follows:
I"Sec. 94. Owners and occupants of
each residence in the town shall pro.
vide his or their premises with suit
able outbuildings, as privies, and keep
the same clean and in good conditina,
removing -the deposits at least on'w a
week. To this end they are 'required
to keep such places supplied -with a
box or 'some vessel containing dry
earth, charcoal, lime or ashes, and
use' the same in connection with the
use of such pla.e3s. That all such
privies shall be erected at, least ten
fedc fromn .any ditch used as a drain
age, and at -least fifteen feet from. any
street. That no slops, rubbish, or oth
er refuse or filthy water shall be plac
ed or thrown under such privies, and
the constructing or miaintaining of a
privy vault or receptacle is hereby
prohibited. All privies now within the
corporate limi'ts of the town which do
not conform with this rule shall forth
with be changed by the owner to con
form with said rule. All public privies
connected with places of business
shall ,comply with the same rules as,
those 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 ($14~) ten dollars o-' by imprison
ment not less than one (1) day nor
more than ten (10) days, in addition to
what expense the board may incur in
abating such nuisance."~
The Board of Health has determined
to carry out strictly the requirements
of 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
of police for prosecution. The health
officer has been instructed' to visit
every place in the town for the pur
pose of ascertaining any violation of
the rule. F. D. Mower,
July 27, 1911. Chairman.
a Stradivarius, he has attempted orig
inal features with the idea of attaining
a quality of solo tone not common in
ordinary violins and resembling the
human voice. This quality has been
sought by cutting channels of pecu
liar formation. When tested with a
tuning fork the violin has responded
in a gratifying manner.
The violin will be closed today, and
Dr. Hallman will devote two or three
weeks to staining and polishing it.
Dr. Hallman has himself made all
the fixtures for the instrument, even
to the bench .clasps.
When he was a young man Dr. Hall
man learned to tune and repair accor
deons and cabinet organs, and has
made many an organ reed.
Right in your busiest .season when
you have the least time to spare you
are most likely to take diarrhaea and
lose several days' time, unless you
have Chamberlain's colic, cholera and
diarrhoea remedy at hand and take
a dose on the first appearance of the
diseaso. 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 1t 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.
AN ORDIANCE RELATING TO THE
EMPTYING OF WATER, WASTE,
ETC., IN THE TOWN OF NEW
BERRY, S. C.
Whereas, the Board 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 of
the town, therefore,
-Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the Town of Newberry,
S. C., in Council assembled:
Sec. 1. That on after the 30th day of
September, A. D. 1911, it shall .be' un
lawful for any persQn, 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 gro~und.
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 imprisonment
Lu the town guardhouse, or at labor on
the public works and streets of the
Town of Newberry for not more than
thirty days. . .
D)one and ratified under the cor
porate seal of the Town of New~berry,
S. C., .on the 25th day of Julf,. A. D.
3. J. Langford,
Attest: ' Mayor.
Clerk and Treasurer Town of New
berry, S. C.
iry and Fear
MOMENT it was
postpone the visit to
distant city. Any
t explanation would
What could be done?
Bell Telephone solved
I talk cleared up the sit
id completed pians for a.
lal a5airs the Long Dis-.
save ou worry, mncon
:Why not try it?
ave you a Bell1 Telephone?
We a .re now
Prices now are
clean out all s
fall season with
not have to wa<
and ends to fin
to-day if you cE
Clean-Up Sale of Ready
Just one hundred read
Skirts in the bunch, Voiles
all this season's attractive
name a price that will clean
25 beautiful Black Panam
$5.00 to $6.50, choice.
25 beautiful Black Panam
$7.00 to $8.50, choice.....
25 beautiful Black -Voile
$6.50 to $9.00, choice.....
25 beautiful Black Voile
$Jo.oo to $12.50, choice...
More New Rib
True to motto to sell as I
.oo pieces all-Silk Ribbon
and to, all colors and bla
worth and sells elsewhere
choice of any yard in the 1o
~ All 65, 75 and 9oc Cors
- choice this week for.....
A half and more saved
August Fast F
Sowill the merchandise ov
1 All Low-Cut.Shoes
If we've got your bize in
out, name yo,ur prnce.
pare with. Miin
Iwe do the busii
HE FACT MUST RULE
We keep the, best fruit
and make the finest con
fectioneries because we
are devoted to the fruit
and candy business only.
CALL WOULD PROVE IT
. P. M IT CH EL L
Successor to Theo. Lambry
Tortured for 15 Years.
by a cure-defying stomach trouble that
baffled doctors, and resisted all reme
dies he tried, John W. Modders, of
[oddersville, Mich., seemed doomed.
He had to sell his farm and give up
work. His neighbors said, "he can't
lve much longer." "Whatever I ate
distressed me,'' he wrQte, "till I tried
Electric Bitters, which worked such
wonders for me thgt I can now eat
tiings I could not take for years. Its
surely a grand remedy for stomach
touble." Just as good for the liver
and kidneys. Every bottle gua,ranteed.
Onl :c. at W E Pelham's Drug
Warmer This Week
in the midst of the greatest mer
ment we have ever attempted.
no object. I am determined to
ummer merchandise and start the
a brand new stock. Here you do
le through "Job Lots" and odds
d something you can use. Come
-Made Skirts. New Bargains Daily.
Ly-made Black It won't all be "Just Sold Out" when
and Panamas, yoif get here.
models. Will Two bales 4o-in. Sea Island, worth 834c,
out the lot this limited, 20 yds, to each buyer, for...$I.oo
One case 36-in. Poe Mills Bleaching,
a Skirts, worth limited, ro yds. to each buyer, yd.. .5c
One case 36 i.Norris Mils Ble4ching:
.. $3-49 3 1
a Skits, orth limited, 14. yds. to each buyer, for.. .$x.od
a Skirts, worth
$498 One case Standard Staple Apron, Ging
hams worh 8~c, August sale price...5
.....$5.98 One case solid colored Chambry -worth
WQrt 8c, August sale price.......0a.... 0s
Skits,One case good. heavy Cottonades, for
......$7.49' men'sWork Pants, worth20C, salepice ice
bn*One case 40-in, French Lawn, Worth. 20c,' 1
4,60 only,iooyds. to each buyer. Noc
Nos. 46 60b
ck and white;
fo ~ad~,Big pile on center bargain -table, 2,' 2%..
for 15 and2zoc,
ets, take your N* houf ihi*
er our counters OeltBonLnn3-n ie ot
h 5a,woth8nc, Agus.sle.ric-----5
the lt sigled One case sFowLinooed, 36-in,:de worth
8)5e, A sa t sle. price. --.-. -----...-5c
conerei "hooegod. upav Cotonds cor
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Beaufrt, . C5.. .s $9.2 p ric........ .. .... .... 9.00
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