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Offered by Drayton Rutherford Chapter,
r. I). ('., on the Death
of 3Irs. J. A. Burton.
That death loves a shining mark is
the thought that arises in our minds
as we think of th-e passing out of this
life of our friend and co-worker, Mrs.
Goode Griffin Burton. Mrs. Burton
was endowed with many gifts, and had
to a marked degree, the enthusiasm
and whole h artedness which enabled
her to undertake, and faithfully discharge
every trust committed to her.
TTisnPoiallv dear to her was the work
of the U. D. C.; wise in council, untiring
in labors, thoroughly informed
as to deiail, tc her as president for
three years, is due much of the success
of the Drayton Rutherford Chapter,
U. D. C. which, will ever l.old her
"in blessed memory," Often physical
weakness was Ker portion, but neither
local nor State- U. D. C. work ever
seemed a burden, but with the love
that lightens labor even then, she gave
the cause her best.
Life to her was full of hope and purami
those who loved her, and
knew her worth, hoped that God would
spare her for many years of useful\
ness: but she had earned the reward
of the faithful, and God called her
hom-e in December 11, 1912.
Therefore be it resolved: 1st. That
in the death of Mrs. Burton the Drayton
Rutherford Chapter U. D. C., has
suffered an irreparable loss. 2nd. That
though we feel this loss most keenly,
we bow in humble submission to the
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Fatfter's win, navmg iuu uuimucuvg
in His wisdom and love. 3rd. That
our deepest sympathy be extended to
her family and friends. 4th. That a
page in our minute book be inscribed
to her memory, and a copy of these
resolutions be spread upon our minutes
5th. That a copy be sent to her family,
and a copy to both county papers,
fcnd to the Confederate Veteran for
"There is no death?an angel form
Walks o'er the earth with silent
He bears our best loved things away
And then we call them dead."
' ' "The bird lilte^w)ice whose joyous
Made glad those scenes of sin and
SingS now an everiasuug ouus
Amidst the trees of life.
"Born, into that undying life
They leave us but to come again
With joy we welcome them the same
Except in sin and pain."
\ "And ever near us though unseen
The dear immortal spirits tread
For all the boundless universe
Is life?there are no dead."
Mrs. Walter H. Hunt.
Mrs. George Johnston.
Mrs. P. G. Ellesor.
SINE HUNDRED PRIZE WINNERS.
Of Corn Clubs and Half Hundred Tomato
Girls Will Take Part in Corn
Special to Herald and News.
Columbia, S. C.Jan. 20.?Arrange
ments have been perfected whereby
the exposition School for Prize Winners,
to be conducted during the first
week of the Fifth National Corn Exposition
here, will bs coeducational.
In addition to the 800 or 900 prize win
ning corn club boys from all parts of
the South, some half a- hundred prize
winning tomato club girls from nearly
a dozen Southern States also take part
in this unique feature of the Exposition.
The National Corn Exposition
opens on January 27th.
The boys who attend this school will
be housed in a special building at the
Exposition grounds. Arrangements
have been made for the entertainment
of the girls in some of the best homes
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lit \^ui umuia, <jiiu ait
fected fcr social features. The girls
will spend practically the entire day
at lecturers in common with the boys,
and attending special courses of instruction
covering domestics science
and arts, canning, cooking lectures on
floral culture, growing of vegetables,
poultry raising, and kindred subjects.
Special attention will be given to the
Exposition exhibits. Mr. J. B. Hodby,
of Auburn, Alabama, is superintendent
of this school for prize-winners.
Each State will send five prize
winning tomato club girls to this Exposition
school. The tomato club
work is conducted by the Farmers'
Cooperative Demonstration "Work of
the Federal department of agriculture,
in cooperation with the State agricultural
institutions. The special
agents in charge of the work for the
several States are: Virginia, Miss Ella
Agnew, Burkeville; South Carolina,
Edith L. Parrott, Rock Hill; Mississippi,
Miss Susie V. Powell, Jackson;
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From the widel}
York cast and a mas
panied by check and
Georgia, Miss Mary Cress well, Athens;
Alabama, Mrs. Bertie I. Robinson, Auburn;
NFlorida, Miss Agnes Ella Harris,
tTallehessee; Tennessee, Miss Vir.ginia
P. Moore, Nashville; North Carolina,
Miss Jane S. McKinnon, Ralteigh;
Louisiana, Miss Elizabeth B. Kel.ley,
Baton ?ouge. In Arkansas, -Texas
and Oklahoma, the girl's work is handled
by the authorities in charge of
the boy's corn club.
The Nation and the Child.
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IN'ew Yortv Kvei.'ing rosi.
It is an undoubted fact, according
to the findings of investigators for ihe
i Fabian society, that the great majori|
ty or babi-ss born to London's po>r
! come into the world normal as regard?
j weight; rosy, fat little creatures wlie
1 should flourish and thrive in decent
J conditions. At the end of a yea-* they
show many signs of delicacy, most of
; which have been created by lack of
! warmth, lack of air, lack of light lack
j of medical care, lack cf food. It -seems
'.certain that could these childrc.i have
| what is necessary to a healthy child,
! they are capable cf growing up into
| healthy men and women.
"Baby clinics, school clinics, free
^public baths, free public washhcus-es
would seem to be but the beginning of
; a scheme of national care for the na
| tiop's children. The argument that
j conditions of poverty are useful in that
| they kill off the sickly children^11J
' allow the stronger to survive is an
argument which is not followed by iis
:| The conditions wiich kill a weak
j child drain and devitalize strong clrld.
J ren. For every one who dies, three
| or four others live to b-e in need later
on of a sanitarium or hospital or even
It would surely pay the nation of
turn its attention to the rearing of
its children. It is of no use urging
that parents are drnnk?n and ia^y and
vicious: where that is true, all the
' more do their children ceed prolecf,
ion and care; in fact, th-ey only have
to he drunken .and lazy and vicious
enough for their children to be boarded
out by the local authority, and
four shillings paid weekly for their
food alone, a sum undreamed of by the
: ordinary decent mother on a pound
a week. If the parents, with all the
strength, with all the industry, with
all the thrift, with all the anxious car*
shown by the budgets secured by the
investigators, can lodge their children
only as they do, and feed them as they
j do, what is the use of appealing to the
: parents for what only money can pro11
cure, money being the one thing they
I have not got? If this rich and power!
ful nation desires to have strong, healthy
children, who are worthy of it.
what is to prevent it? There is no
reason why the school children should
s;>ffor rno1n"trition, or why an
, unupr-^iv beautiful summer should
J kill off the babies like flies.
ome of the leading characters i
I I* HT'l
I or I h<
j read book of the sa
?sive production. Mc
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I OiailipV/ll \yll V V JL ^
Co.::M : v? 1 i i OV.
"I want to, thank you from the bottom
of my heaxt," wrote C. B. Rader, of;
. Lewisburg, W, Va., "for the wonderful
-double benefit I got from Electric Bits,.in
curia'' :i in :,a severe cpsa
of stomach trouble and of iheumnl-aai,
from which I had been an almost help*
less sufferer for ten years. It suited
my case as though made just for: me."
i' dyspepsia, indigestion, jaijndice,
and to rid the system of kidney' poUoris
that cause rheumatism, Electric Bitters
have no superior. Try them. Every
bottle is guaranteed to satisfy. Only
50 cents at W. E. Pelham & Son's. !
Girls have such invaginations they
can think they have a religious feel-,
ing when it's their liver.
To those who believe in fortune
tellers,, charms, or love powders, ignorance
Liberia will be give a wilress
stationfi with 2500 miles radius, by a
Sloan's Liniment is a quick I j
ness in horses and other farm
" Sloan's Lfniment surpasses any- |s
thing 011 earth tor lameness in horses
anil other h??r.so ailments. I would
not sleep without it i:i my stable."?
432 West Itch fee., Mew York City.
Good for Swelling and Abscess.
IVIr.H.M Giur.s, of Lawrence, Kan.,
R. F. I)., No. 3, v. :ites:?" I had a maro
with an abscess 011 her neck and one
?0c. b<>t:!?o? .SI Liniment entirely Hj
cured her. I ! ?> it all the time for
ua!Is and and foi everyI
TV u sfTl
! MLXItii. ii a
J is a quick ar .nedy w
9 for hog cholcrGovernor
of 0 ??- ** v*~a
Sloan's Liniment I ; i.. s iolera.
" I heard Gov. Brown (v. :.o is quire a I
| fanner) siy that he had never lost a p
I hog from choh-ra and that his remedy fi|
always was a tablespooiiful of Sloan's
I Liniment in a gallon of slops, deerens- R I
I ing the dose ns the animal improved, g
I Last month Gov. Brown and myself
j were at the Agricultural Coilesre
I building and in the discussion of the fil
| ravages of the disease, Gov. Brown
| gave the remedy named as unfailing." gj
Sayaxxah Daily Kews.
At All Dealers. 25c., 50c. & Sl.OO. E
Sloan's Book on Hon?f9, Cattle,
B Iiogs and Poultry sent free.
I Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, ||
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in Eugene Waiter's Great Pia]
me name by John
iil orders will be acc
or return of tickets.
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I have just rece
good, first-class I"
that I will sell fo:
I will trade.
Come and ins;
see what I have t
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I We have a
I ive line of bo
Ipers, which w<
at 109 25 and
Visit our s
our display wi
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I The House of a
Fox, Jr., with New '
;eotecl when accom- \
Seat sale Thursday.,
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nd MULES l!
it Received. \\
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jived a carload of ,r
iorses and Mules |J
r cash, credit, or '
pect the stock if f u
g of buying, and V
o offer you. Jj
ir of Court House. I
Prices on I
most attract- I
x writing pa- 1
e are offering ,
50c a box. .
tore and see j
,K AND <stnre l!
riety oiore 1
Thousand Things. |j
>0T!( E OF FINAL SETTLEMEST.
Notice is f 3 re by given that the un? j
lersigned will make a final settle- ,
nent as Administrator of the personal
'state of J. A. Bouknight, decased, in
lie Probate Court of Newberry Couny,
S. C., on Thursday, January 23,
913, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
tnd will immediately thereafter ask for
.etters Dismissory as such adminisrator.
All persons indebted to the
laid estate will make immediate setlemnt,
and all persons holding claims
sgainst the said estate will file the
;ame, with Eugene S. Blease, attor
ley, Newberry, s. c.
D. P. Bouknight.
NOTICE TO PENSIONERS.
I will be in the auditor's office each
Saturday in January to prepare punion
applications. Will be glad for
my one to send in notice of the death fl
>f any of the pensioners.
v W. G. Peterson. j|
3ension Commissioner for Newberry
CHICHESTER S PILLS ]
THE DIAMOND BRAND. A I
a Ladies! Ask yoar Druggist for
tf'-yjf fhl-cljcs-tors J?;aaionu j>iuu.v*--? JMIla
in Red and Gold nietallic^^X
c\ boxes, sealed with Blue Ribbon.
'Si Take no other- Buy of your "
~l ~ Of Wruednt- Ask forCIU-C'IIES-TER 8
Jf DIAMOND KRAN'D PILLS for 23
\y H years known as Best, Safest, Always Reliable
SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
>TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
ionro-o s Mower. Treasurer of Ers
kin-e College, Plaintiff,
2mma Mahon, Defendant.
By virtue of an order of Court here- 5
n, I will sell before the Court House
it Newberry, South Carolina, Monday^
he 3rd day of February, 1913, within.
he legal hour? of sale, to the highest. M
All that lot, piece or parcel of land J
ying and situate in the Town of New- ||
terry, county and State aforesaid, conaining
one half (1-2) acre, more or
ess, on the corner of Adams and Calioun
street of said town and bounded
in the north by Calhoun street, on th&
rast and south by land of P*'E^ Scott,
.nd M. L. Spearman and on the west
iy Adams street.
Terms of sale: One third of the purchase
money to be paid in cash, the i
lalance in two equal annual instal- J
aents, with interest from day of sale
it thie rate of eight per cent per an- 1
ium, payable annually until paid in 1
ull, the credit portion to be secured
iy bond of the purchaser and a mortgage
of the premises sold, with leave*
o the purchaser to pay all cash?pur
:haser to pay for papers and recordng
same, and to forthwith insure themildings
on the premises in a sum not
ess than the credit portion and assign
he insurance policy to the Master as.dditional
H. H. Rikard,
Master's Office, January 13, 1913.
iVILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS -L.
Have you overworked your nervous sysem
and caused trouble with your kid- f
leys and bladder? Have you pains is
oiris. side, back and blndder? Have you
flabby appearance of tbe face, and unler
the eyes? ' frequent desire to pasa
irine? Tf sr>. V''U\vn-s' Kidney Pills will
. -0v?r-vv" r;?t. Price 50c.
V. < -J 'O. "rops., Clfclaad. Ofctkr
Che I.vrpnm Committee
MR. ERNEST GAMBLE /
And his Corny any in a
rligh Class Vocal
Wednesday Evening, 22nd,
in Newberry Theatre.
Reserved Seats $1.00 and 75c fl
3H!CHESTER S PILLS"!
THE DIAAIOVH BRAND. ' A
* i-clie?-tftr'a Juaniona uran<|/M ?
IMIls in Red and ?oJd ntetaUic\V/
% - Z\?rr>- l?'ies, sealed with Blues Ribboa. jjf
. j, ? ' ' i oke no other. Buy of ??op V .
w* fe years known as Best, Safest. AUiys ?4e!iabi*
V|>?r SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERVWHOl