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at the Postoffice * V'^vberry,
S. C., as 2nd class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
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This issue of The Herald and News
carries a number of articles which we
are sure will be read with interest by
the people of Newberry county. Of
course, they deal largely with the history
of the paper during the past quarto-century,
but all that time the paper
was a part of the social, political and
commeroial life of the community, and
"we think we can truthfully say, nas
always stood for the progress and development
of Newberry county, and
the editor is gratified at the number
of those w*ho have been connected with
the paper for the contributions for
this issue. We are also gratified at
the number of merchants who have
taken advantage of this issue to advertise
their goods. We call espe
cial attenion o the advertisement in
that portion of the paper which deals
particularly with the quarto-centennial.
The editor has no promise to make
for the future, but will endeavor to
perform his duty to the public as he
ees it and as the occasion presents
: itself, without f&ar or favor.
Mr. Feagle, county supervisor, says
that Mr. J. C. Neel has never yet furnished
th,ose logs for one hundred split
log drags, aad that he, the supervisor,
is now making drags for the use of
tbs farmer? and could irnnze uie&c
logs to advantage.
"Underwood Is Paying for Newspape!*
Boosts"?headline. For which
he is to be admired. It is a detestable
habit which some of the candidates
have of expecting the papers to publish
their campaign literature free of
We agree entirely with the Greec
ville Piedmont. The Herald and News
has been receiving regularly a lot of
literature boosting certain candidates
for the presidency, but it has all found
its way to the waste basket. If Mr.
Underwood is paying for his news-1
paper advertising, we fully agree that j
he is 'to be commended for it.'
^ votnoH u number i
tjKJ VtMilUI i.)i^cw3c w.
of items in the appropriation bill, yet
the legislature passed most of them
over his veto. In most of the cases he
iras right, but he should have gone '
further. The governor did not seem to
have the nerve to veto items which j
amounted to something, but rather he j
vetoed the smaller appropriations.
However, he was right as far as he!
went, but he should have used the veto i
more freely.?Bamberg Herald.
The Bamberg Herald is correct.
While the vetoes of the governor in
the appropriation bill do not amount
to a great deal in dollars, yet it will j
call the attention of the people in the,
State to the fact that this bill is in- j
creasing from year to year. A great
manv of these small items get in on
the plea that each one would add such
an infinitesimal amount to each tax
payer that it would not increase the
burden, but when a number of them
are added together, it makes a considerable
We agree further with the Herald
that if we had been in the governor's
place, we are inclined to think that
some of the larger items would have
met with our veto.
Now you Corn Club boys, get right
down to it. There is not one of you
who has not as good a chance to win
as any one of the others. It is true
that the parents of some of you have
better tools, better teams, more money
and more willingness to help than
some of the others. But even that is
not everything. Where there is a will
there is a way. Any boy who will,
ought to be able to manage an acre of
corn. He can get it broken up just
as he wants it. He can get all the fertilizer
he needs, and he can cultivate
it with a thoroughness that has no
limit this side of his own willingness.
Every boy has a chance to win and
every boy should remember that in
the contest there are possibilities for
improvement that are worth as much
as actual success. Go in boys, go
[in to do your best, remembering that,
j the eyes of tile grown people are 011!
| you, and that according to the energy
and intelligence of your efforts will
be the estimate you will win among
your fellows.?Yorkville Enquirer. j
This is what we have been telling
the boys of this county whenever we;
had an opportunity to sp-eak to them,
and we desire to emphasize what is
said for the benefit of the boys, who
enter and who contemplate entering
the Boys' Corn contest. Every boy,
has a chance to win, and as the En- j
quirer says, "every boy should remember
that in the contest there are
possibilities for improvement that are 1
worth as much as actual success." In
our judgment that is really the point j
to be emphasized in any contest. The
boy who goes in with the determina
tion to win and does his best will get!
as much benefit from the effort as if
be won the prize. The fact is that it:
| frequently happens that the boy who j
| makes an honest effort to win a prize'
really gets more benefi: from the con-|
test than the boy who wins the prize.
The lists are still open in this coun-j
ty and we would be pleased to have'
more of the boys enter the Boys' Corn
DESCRIBE EFFECTS OF |
STRANGE NEW UQDID!
Persons >Yiio Have Tested it Say Rheumatic
Pains Vanish, Appetite
Grows and Indigestion Disappears
as if by
- - v Magic.
To the many local people who have
followed the recent startling reports:
of 'strange cures that have been;
! brought about by the use of the new
J Boot Juice medicine, which has cre
mimh nvpitAm^nt in Atlanta*:
and oth?9r places, the following descriptions
of its remarkable effect upon
diseased conditions in many cases
will be found most interesting.
Mr. Albert Timlick, of Cantrall, 111.,!
who was a great sufferer from indi-j
gestion, losfe of appetite, pains, bloatng,
belching arid other common svmp- j
toms of a badly deranged stomach,! I
| tells this story of his experience. .
j "My condition was such that I could |
| not keep down a glass of water. 11
I had suffered for two years and tried j
j many kinds of medicines without |
benefit. I was almost dead one even- j
ing, when I sent for a bottle of the'
Root J>uice and felt better as soon as j
I had taken three or four doses. I!
| kept' on using it and now I can keep j
J anything on my stomach. Root Juice 1
has done wond-?rs for me."
Mr. D. P. Kerr, of Bellefcntaine, 0.,;
tells the following story of his exper-,
ience with the medicine: . I
"I was the victim of severe stoin-'
ach and kidney trouble and grew i
weak, thin and nervous fro mthe long j
and continuous suffering. My stomach
was sore and painful. Most of the,
time I could not digest my food. I j
would get up in the morning with a.j
headache and so weak I could scarcely
dress myself. I frequently had bilious
spells, coated tongue, bad. taste
mv month and smothering sensa
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tion. My kidneys would act often but
very scant and painful."
"T spent many dollars for medicines
and treatment but could not even get
relief. When this new medicine, Root
Juice, became knowfn there, I was one
of the first to get it. Before long I
noticed an improvement. I am on my
fourth bottle- now and feel much bet- J
ter in every way. My appetite is
good, I sleep well, I eat what I want
and digest my food. The soreness has
gone from my stomach and my kidneys
^ 1 cirra. ma. any trouble. I am
HO fjl T'c JUUkv ? ^
free from headaches^ am gaining in ;
strength and have gained in weight."
Others who have used it for rheu- J
matism say that its effect is marvel-j
ous and that after 'taking it a short !
time the pain and soreness vanish.
The stiffness goes and the swelling
soon disappears, the joints and limbs
become limber and strong and the
general health improves.
Local druggists can now supply the
in three-quarter pint hot
ties at only one dollar each.
CAUSE FOR ALARM.
j Loss of Appetite or Distress After Eating,
a Symptom That Shonld Not
| Appetite is just a natural desire for
food. Los-i of appetite or stomach
distress after eating indicate indicesm*
^vffr,pnsia. Over-eating is a
J HV/li Vi ^ %,r
: habit very dangerous to a person's
good general health.
It is not what you eat, but what
j you digest, and assimilate that does
i you good. Some of the strongest,
heaviest, and healthiest persons are
There is nothing that will cause
more trouble than a disordered stomach,
and many people daily contract
Ll a ;? !
serious maladies simpiy uiruugii uisregard
or abuse of th-e stomach.
We urge all in Newberry who suffer
fro many stomach derangement, indigestion,
or dyspepesia, whether
acute or chronic, to try Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets, with the distinct uni
?B??If !! Bill .IIBMBCW??B??B?M
The Leading Annual}
ers $300,000,000. 66 1
merits at Life Rates. L\
business. Refers to old
No company has ever ac
policyholders under policy
of Life Insurance Policy Ch
mere fables As a rule, ho
able human interest behind
Here's a case, for instanc
tomobile chauffeur, Harry
Mutual Benefit for $2,000 i:
gust (less than four month*
in an accident, and the proc
tuifp TnHivirlnal life is ver
the only safeguard against '
America more people are ki
else in the world.
Still, there are a numbe
under policies issued back i
cies, like those issued by a
originally contained what v
scrictions and conditions.
Mutual Benefit and are no 1
have all been brought up t
Benefit's practice of the ret
Some of these old policiej
lost. Under Missouri, for
$ioo on the life of Oscar T
case, the insured after al]
peared over forty years ag<
died-in the meantime, and <
in a letter to the Company
"It seems to me a strangi
company to take the troub
beneficiary of a policy that
years, but if you have an
J I looking for I shall be pleasf
formation as you may requi
TVip Mutual Benefit Davs
ed legacies" each year. It
the Mutual Benefit to look
gotten policies. The Compj
There is another noticeat
is the large number of "re
many cases that men insui
several different times, whi<
a man is satisfied with his t
not take out another later v
Here's the case of James
insured with the Mutual Be
orroin in T,^7. and whf> llVi
The Mutual Benefit 1
384.00. Ask South Ca\
Life Insurance Company
M. M. 1
E. D. I
derstanding that we will refund their
money without question or formality,
if after reasonable use of this medicine,
they are not perfectly satisfied
with the results. We recommend them
to our customers every day, and have
yet to hear of any one who has not
been benefited by them. We honestly
believe them to be without equal.
They give very prompt relief, aiding
to neutralize the gastric juicies,
strengthen the digestive organs, to
regulate t.he bowels, and thus to pro- j
mote perfect nutrition, and eradicate
all unhealthy symptoms.
We urge you to try a 25c. box of
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets, which gives
15 days' treatment. At fche end of that
time, your money -will be returned to
you if you are not. satisfied. Of course,
in chronic cases length of treatment!
varies. For such cases, we have two ;
larger sizes, which sell for 50c. and j
$1.00. Remember, you can obtain !
in this community i
only at our store?The Rexall Store. 1
Gilder & Weeks.
Now is the time to cubscrlb? to The
herald and News, $1.5? a yetr.
d Benefit Lii
Dividend Company. No Stock
Years untarnished record. H
iberal conditions at low cost.
JLD ANY OTHER
;complished better results for its
claims. Lists like the following,
lims are sometimes looked upon as
wever, there is a story of remarkeach
e, in Portland, Ore., where an auA.
Cummings, insured with the
n May, 1911. On the 23rd of Au1
i \ 1 r 1 *11 1
> later; Mr. tummings was Kinea
:eeds of the policy were paid to his
y uncertain, and life insurance is
the element of adverse chance. In
lied by "accidents" than anywhere
T of claims among the following
n the early 6o's. These old poli11
life insurance companies then,
kTould now be considered harsh reThese
have been removed by the
ionger binding. The old policies
o date by reason of the Mutual
; had been completely forgotten or
instance, claim under policy for
'inkelpatigh is recorded. In this
lowing his policy to lapse, disapo.
The wife of the insured had
:laim is now made by a son, who
e proceeding for a life insurance
le you have to establish a legal
has been lapsed for more than 40
idea that I am the party you are
id to give you such additional inire
if I can do so."
<-1 ?rf o - /~vf f Video ' 'ittlPV rtArf.
a ^icat i_lia.ij>j vjx i,uv.o\.
is not "a strange proceeding" for
up legal beneficiaries under its foriny
does not forget its old members.
>Ie thing about this list: and that
peaters." It will be notictd in
red with the Mutual Benefit at
:h indicates satisfaction, for unless
reatment under one policy he will
vith the same Company.
J Davis, under New York, who
:nefit in 1866, again in 1867, and
ed to be seventy-five years of age
jife asks you to investigate, j
for insurance in force in Sou
'olinas 8,287 (Dec. 31, 191
r South Carolin
A Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank all those who
have been so kind to our dear wife
and mother during her suffering, and
also ^yish to thank each one for the
kindness and sympathy shown us in
our grief. May God richly bless each
one is our sincere wish.
J. H. Gaillard and Children.
For, we know, not every morrow can
be sad ;
So, forgetting all the sorrow we have
Let us fold away our fears
And put by our foolish tears
And through all the coming years
Just be glad.
?James Whitcomb Riley.
A Thing of the Past
Prof. Keith: "Mr. Horger, how cTo j
you pronounce your name?"
Prof. K-eith: "Is it French?"
Horger: "It used to be."?The Gamecock.
The children ought to appreciate j
'-^gg hunts in this era oi high egg j
fe Insurance G
RK. N. J.
:holders. A Splendid History. Ha
as always paid Annual Dividends.
Makes old policies modern. Pr
COMPANY DO THIS
Then there's the case of Charles Sa:
delphia, who insurtd in 1902 for $4,000,
and in 1908 for $5,000, and who died in I
ilie ctgc ui iuii.y-iiiicc.
The Mutual Benefit's altitude is true mu
ing letter shows this idea in practice right
Donalds, S. C., Jar
Mr. M. M. Mattison, General Agent,
The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Cc
Anderson, S. C.
I do not understand it. for it is all a nr
have to-day been handed by your Mr. E.
aids, your Company's check in payment of
on the life of my late husband, J. Will As'
I know, he did not consider in force.
My husband insured in the Mutual Bene
some reason he did not pay premium whi<
vember ist. iqio. and. having borrowed i
' ^ ' ' o
policy to assist him in settling previous pr
ed it as absolutely valueless when he far
premium. It seems that fiom the terms
policy he was really entitled to no divider]
rule or practice of your Company to exteu
all new forms of contracts, in so far as pos
that under your latest policy dividends i
upon the payment of the ensuing year's
was under this feature my husband's i]
alive, and without any request from him, '
been applied to the purchase of automatic <
for, I am informed, something like four 01
settlement, therefore, under these circuir
more appreciated by me, and I am tho
thereby that the Mutual Benefit Life Insi
one that can be absolutely depended upon
instance. I am satisfied, from what yoi
fViof \41* AcVilow Tnic ir?clirortf\
jLi.A*w j mac iiau . xioiiicjf liau 1110 iucuiwuv
pany, under like circumstances, I would 1
In addition to this unexpected check, I
appreciate very much the promptness wit'
has been handled. One week ago myhusl
a well man, but died last Monday night,
illness, from an attack or acute'indigestio
of loss on last Wednesday, only five da>
hardly realize that settlement has this day
y ours very n
It paid for insurance in force Dec
ith Carolina alone, December 31 %
1) satisfied Policyholders what th
a, Anderson, S. C.
To The Put
I have opened a first class Gro
Crotwell Hotel and I keep all kit
Wiliuicoi vt avnvi vuuuv**
bacco, cigars, soaps, hams, picke
molasses, flour. In fact I keei
needed in a first class grocery st
all fresh, I have no old or stale
started in business and want 3
MY MOTTO: Politeness, Hor
Sales and Small Profits,
KEEP YOUR EYE ON T
s paid Policyhold- * m
, Issues Endow- j
otects home and
mter, under Philain
1904 for $5,000
)eceraber, 1911, at
tuality. The followhere
mary 23rd, 1911.
ystery to me, but I
S. Martin, of Don'
policy No. 430,196
hley, which policy,
:ui m iyuu, uul iui
ch was due on No- nl
ill he could on his
eraiums, he regardled
to pay the last 15
of my husband's
id, but that it is the
d the privilege ' of
sible, to all policies;
ire not conditioned
premiums; that it f t
Qsurance was kept
the dividend having
extended insurance, *
five months. The
istances, is all the
urance Company is
to do right in every
ir Mr. Martin tells
e in any other Com
lot have received a
' 3 K '<X
wish to say that I i
h which this matter j
band was apparently
after a few hours' j
n; I signed proofs
rs ago, and I can J
been made with me. ^
ruly, . M
ember 31, 1921,
1911, $14,885,- ^
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e iviuiuui ue/ivjii
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QfAVA nnrlai^ tko 7 ^
Wl J V UUUV1 niv
ids of fancy fruits, I
i, canned fruits, tola,
sugar, lard, bacon,
> everything that is
ore. My goods are
i ones. I have just
rour trade. Come to
test Weights, Quick ? |
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