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The Movements 01 3I;i:jy People, ? t*?herrians,
ai*?l Who Visit
Mr AnHnhnn T-Tp.ntz. of Poniaria, was
in the city Wednesday.
Mr. J. B. Livingston was in the
city Thursday from Pomaria No. 1.
Mr. Harry H. Blease, of Staunton,
Va., is in the city.
Mrs. L. G. Waite went to Newberry
Mr. Harold Shealy, of Columbia,
was in the city Tuesday.
Mrs.J. R. Green Las returned from
visiting relatives in Abbeville.
Mr. M. A. Coleman was in the city
Wednesday from Silverstreet.
Mr. J. D. Smith, of Kinards, was in
the city Wednesday.
Mr. Walter L. Ruff, of Winnsboro, I
Avas in the city Thursday on his way :
to Andc-rson on a business trip.
Mrs. L. I. Epting and Mrs. H. F. j
Addy spent Wednesday at Prosperity I
Mr. Stanley Baker, of Newberry
college, was in the city.?Greenwood
\fie? Mnrtrarpt ATanjrnm is visiting i
her sister, Mrs. Robert Gee in New-|
Mr. and Mrs. L. 1. Blalock and baby, j
of Greensboro, N. C., are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Moore.
Mr. J. Burr Connelly and little j
sons, of Prosperity. No. !, were in the
Mrs. E. L. Bailes and children have i
returned from visiting relatives in
Mr. Holland Paysinger has returned
from a trip to St. Augustine and
other places in Florida.
Mr. R. D. Kinard has left Newberry
and returned to his former home i
at LeesviHe. j;
Mr. Jno. S. Dominick, from line of j
Newberry and Le xington counties, j
"was in the city Tuesday.
Annit- L. Smith & Co., are fortunate;
in securing the services of Miss Ix>is
Fant as their milliner.
Mrs. Frank Robinson and little son
have returned to their home at Ehr-;
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uarui iitivr a visit ucre lu iicu j/dicms, :
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Scur.y.
Mr. Paul Halt'acre is visiting var-!'
-ious points in North Carolina. He
ill return on or about the 20th
Mr. Hunter Caldwell of Prosperity,
C., is visiting his brother, who is a
studeut in Erskine.?A. R. Presby
r- rian. ;
Mr. G. H. Bailes was called to Newberry
Sunday on account of the seri- j
ous illness of his brother.?Anderson
Mail. Mr. Bailes carried his brother
to Andersen for treatment.
Dr. van amitn ana laniny 121 removing
from Newberry to Whitmire
mttde a move that is freighted with
regrets by their former fellow-citizens
and filled with pleasure by their
lattn* neighbors and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. B. I^awson left;
Sunday afternoon for* Charlotte, Columbia
and Newberry, s. C., where
they will spend a w*eek or two with
friends and relatives.?Charlotte Ob-I
Mps. W. C. Schenck,~*of Newberry,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. A. C.!
.Jones, on Converse Heights.??par-j
tanburg Journal. Mrs Sehenck return- \
ed home on Tuesday accompanied by j
her mother, who is not well.
Sheriff Cannon G. Blease. on his:
return fro.ii Virginia, stopped in Co-j
lurnbia and brought Mrs. Blease home
from thf hospital on Wednesday, ac-'
companied by a trained nurse. Al
though still unwell, Mrs. Blease is im-!
proving, her fri-ends will be glad to
Col. .1. K. McDonald ol Winnsboro,
Col. George .Joanstoue ot :\ewoerry,
Co!. George S. Mower of Newberry,;
Hon. R. \Y. Shands of Columbia anu
Messrs. Will and Thad Coleman of:
Wliinnire are in Union today attend-;
ing the winding up of the estate of
Miss Anne E. Rice.?Union Progress, j
* Various and all about. j
Mr. P. F. Baxter is announced as a j
candidate for aiderman Ward 1.
The city primary is being arranged j
tor the 18th.
Anyone else ready to go to Columbia j
to see the minister? N'ext!
rr<1- ? > ra. Iirith vr?u all the!
I up mu v ico ait
time. What would you do without
Chapter of Winthrop Daughters j
will meet with Miss Mary Wall at j
Mrs. T. G. William's Saturday after-!
noon at 4 o'clock.
The board 01 h aUh met on Tuest'ay
and ordered tlu- raising of the
quarantine at the Long residence. It
is quiet along the smallpox line.
The Greenwood Index remarks that
Hon. T. H. Peoples will merely hold
the attorney general's &eat for Hon.
F. H. Dominick.?Laurens Advertiser.
Perry Lindsay, convicted November,
'1908, of manslaughter and carrying
concealed weapons in N-ewberry, lias
been paroled by the governor.
This weather is so springy that
fishermen are turning out and -even i
little Scott's creek is rewarding the :
The Woman's Home and Foriegn
Missionary Society of -he Church of j
the Redeemer will meet with Mrs. E. j
R. Hipp on Monday afternoon at 4
The Rev. Dr. E. Pendleton Jones will j
deliver his address on General Lee,'
on Thursday night at the O'Neal!'
street Methodist church, at 7.30 j
The governor has paroled G. W. j
Gregory, convi<y:ed iu Newberry, Nov-j
ember, 1912, bclore Judge ft. W. Mem-:
minger of assault and battery of a j
high and aggravated nature and sen- ,
tencea 10 uiree years uu iut yuuuu
Wonder where A1 Edwaids is? Al, I
you know, was in Newberry last May,
on his walk over the United States
with a wheel-barrow, and was to
make the trip in three years, visiting !
the capital of each State, for whic'n;
he would receive $10,000.
Old man Abe Martin thinks that.
this has been a great winter for
the "feller" that loafed last summer.
?Greenville Piedmont. The Spartan- j
burg Herald is the proper paper to
keep up with old man Abe Martin.
Criminal court begins on the 17th.
if hoc. o fow mnrp lik'P Vink
11 ui ?uo a iv ?? v j
Trakas she can ship the whole family;
to Spartanburg?Spartanburg Her- j
aid. Spartanburg's Nick is not alone
in South Carolina. Newberry's Nick j
is all right too?N. R. Mitchell. The!
Greeks in Newberry have made j
friends by their pleasant business relations
with the public.
The fire on Monday night at 0!
o'clock occurred in the store of Henry!
Bowl-es, old stand of W. 0. Wilson,1
upper Main street. The fire company 1
put the blaze out in little time and
most of the damage to the stock 1 of
goods was caused by the water. It is
thought that a rat started the fire as
it was from a natch box that the
blare extended to the sieving. Small
loss covered by insurance.
After making his round of Rfiote Xo.
3 011 Wednesday, Deliverer T. E.
Wicker went to Ballentine and back
cn hi6 motor, making a run of 8.">
lriles. His route covers 25 miles and
the distance to Ballentine is 30 miles.
He left his route at 10.^0 a. m. and on
his return left Chapin at 6 p. m. with
"iiaby Graham," and the motorcycle
and the train arrived at Newberry at
the same time. !
Sheriff Blcase returned on Wednesday
from Danville, Va., with two white
prisoners, Robert and Raymond Par- ;
ris, brothers, and jailed them along'
vith another white man from Whit-j
tr.irp Simn Snnriprs. all on the charge'
of treaking into the company store at j
Whitmire. Sheriff Blease arrestea the
i arris brothers in Danville and wirer;
the authorities at Whitmire to ar1
est and send Sanders to Newberry,
which was done. j
Will Sleet at Prosperity Saturday,
march 22, at 12 itciock?rue
The County Teachers' association ;
will meet at Prosperity on Saturday,;
March 22, at 12 o'clock noon in high j
school building. An interesting; program
will be arranged and announced
Miss Florence E. Harphaiu. Ph. L).,
head of the department of mathema-!
tics in the College for Women oi' Columbia.
will attend tlie meeting by i;i-;
vitati-cn, and talk to the teachers.
Th-e superintendent of education:
hopes to see a large attendance of the ;
teachers at this meeting.
The Very First.
Just about the most unpleasant'
feature^of editing a newspaper is the
impossibility of pleasing everybody. :
Those people who are most anxious
to see their names in print are the1
very first ones to raise a row when
some minor mistake is made. The i
newspaper business, all told, is about
the most unfruitful labor in the J
world. Mighty little money ana no
thanks at all, tells the tale in a nut-j
The Arcade announces that the orchestra
will start at 7 o'clock tomorrow
A.lIOXii Till: SCHOOLS.
Superintendent A nil Visits ( inippells.
! Jolly Street Friday, O'Meall I
Superintendent of Education E. H.
Aull visited the Ohappells schooi, .
Misses Harper and F-elkel, teachers,
on Wednesday. He will be at Jolly j
Street on Friday at 10 o'clock, and at
O'Neall on Monday at 10 o'clock.
a ^ 11- C* ?-vr> f
al unappeus verjr icw ul luc
rons came to the school, but the
teachers are doing a good work and
the superintendent is making an effort
to erect a modern building for !
the district. The buiiding is much
needed. It is probable that the trustees
will secure a desirable and commodious
lot and that soon an election
will be held on voting a Dond
issue for the erection or tne ouuaing.
This is one among the wealthiest districts
in the county having nearly
three times t e taxable value of Little
Mountain aud Poir.aria, and one-third
more than Silvf-rstrcet, all or whicli
have good modern and up-to-date
buildings, and it is pretty sure that
Chappells is not going to lag behind.
it Tntp ennprvisnr nf rnr
JL 1 Ul. IT XX. X UVVJ . IV. W- - ? ?
al schools, has accepted an invitation
from the superintendent and trustees
to go to Chappells en the evening of
March 20, and deliver his illustrated
lecture and it is hoped to have the
entire community out to hear him.
The lecture, of course, is free.
The superint.cn iiei.t hopes to see ail
t-U ^ r\f O f tha Sfiinnl
nic y Jupc v/i. w?? j k. v.^%. u. o
house Friday morning to talk about
improving conditions in that district.
Miss Hawkins h^s been in the Joily
Street district during the week.
During next week Miss Hawkir.s
J ?* 3 ^ ? X
Will spenu :vionuct.>, x ucsuaji a.uu
Wednesday with the O'Xeall scnooi,
and the superintendent will meet with
the school Monday morning at 10
o'clock and hopes to meet all the patrons
at the school house. ,
His >ame is Dennis, Formerly of
Newberry and Helena. I
Southern School News.
The Bethune High School opened after
the holidays with the largest enrollment
/the school has ever known, i
th^re being more than one hundred
and -fifty in attendance. The students
are actively interested in a recently
organized literary society, and good
progress is being mad^. A school
improvement association lias been
formed by the teachers and patrons,
and among other improvements for
the general w^fare of the school
plans are being discussed for erecting
a new building and installing a
good library. The faculty consists of
Mr. .1. A. Dennis, principal; Miss
h Turner. Mis? Fannie Led
Sctzler, and Miss Lizzie Lee.
The Sliockleys of Columbia.
Messrs. I. D. and -J. D. Shockley,
and Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Shockley, 01
Columbia, were the guests of Mr. G. B.
Shockley here Sunday. i
MISSIONERY SOCIETY MEETS. |
Public Meeting to be Held St. Luke's
Church, No. 0 Township, Next .j
The young people's missionary so-;
ciety of St. Lukes' Lutheran church is
planning a public all-day exercise
Sunday, March I), beginning at 11.30.
o'clock. An interesting program has
been arranged, and the day promises |
to be a good day in interest of mis- j
sionary work. In the forenoon thej
society will rer.der a special program,:
and this will be followed by an ad
Arcade Friday: :iWTiy Mrs. McFaden j
Looked Out." Thanhouser; "Tom. Dick'
and Harry," Punch. Music will be j
furnished by orchestra from 7 o'clock,
Going- to an Expert.
wTtPn thp butcher answered the tele-!
phone the shrill voice of a little girl
"Hello! Is that Mr. Wilson?"
"Yes, Bessie," he answered kindly j
"what can I do for you?
"Oh, Mr. Wilson, please tell me i
where grandpa's liver is! The folks.
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are out ana 1 ve goi to put a. not uau- |
nel on it and I don't know where it i
dress by President J. Henry Harms, of
In the afternoon the society will
ag^in render a short special program, j
This will be followed by addresses by
Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Cronk. of Colum-1
bia. S. C., who ar-? actively engaged 111
The church, through this society,
expects to carry out som* special
plans for mission work in Japan at
rbis meeting. The day promises *
be very interesting as well as educational.
and the pnb'ie well us the
entire congregation is cordially invited.
Dinner will be spread on the j
HKTil KDKN SCHOOL.
Observes Washington's Birthday?Address
by Dr. E. Pendleton Jones.
Program liy Children.
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The Both Ed n school, taught by
.Miss Essi-s Pearson, observed Wash- j
ington's birthday on Monday, February
An interesting and appropriate pro- j,
gram was carried out very creditably j
by the children of the school. At the I
conclusion of this program, Mr. J. C. f
Craps, who acted as master of cere- i
'monies. introduced Dr. E. Pendleton j
inn pc u-hn went, out with the county
superintendent of education. Dr. Jones '
delivered a very interesting and in- '
structive address to the children of.
the "Life and Character of Washington."
% At the conclusion of this addi.ss,
the county superintendent of
education made a short talk to the
patrons and children on school niati
The following is the program as car-'
Tied out by the children of the school:
Recitation, "Like Washington"?
Motion song, by first a.id second
Recitation, bv J. H. Cromer.
Recitation, "Something Better,"?
Recitation, "The Truthful Boy"?.T.
C. Craps, Jr.
Recitation, "The Reason Why"?An-'
Recitation, "The lood Old Times"?.
Recitation. "The* Little Maid's Re^ltr"
T niiiea Prnrnor
\}IJ UUUAOU' \.?i vyiiiv/* .
Recitation, "Washington's Birthday" :
Rpcitation. "G?o. Washington's Life"
? By seven children.
Recitation, "Flag Song for Washington's
Recitation, "George Washington"?
Recitation, "My Hatchet"?Estelle
Recitation, "Washington's Birthday"
?Lucile Suber. j
Recitation, "A Modern Washington"!
?Walter Craps. I;
Song, "My Country"?Entire school.
Piano Subscription List. ;
Previously acknowledged $216.00 1
R: A. Dillard 1.50 j,
George Addy 50.
Mrs. J. C. Adams 25 j
T. P. Wicker 1.00 .;
W.H.Hunt 1.00 j
E. T. Carlson 50 !
Duncan Johnson 50
J. C. Sample 50
0. and T. E. Salter 2.00 |,
T. J. Anderson 50 j
J. O. Havird 50 j 1
mt-. * .)
i tie Aruauc w.v,.,
F. R. Hunter 1.00 (
Dave Langford i.00-;
E. S. Werts 1.00 j
E. A. Griffin 50
Ja.nes Leavell 50 j
Mrs. T. J. McCrary ">0 i
Willie Mayer .251
Drayton Rutherford Chapter,
U. D. C 5.00
\X Z nr* I i f? 1 A V rvr\ 1 ] ()|) I
:\iisa ui/j/jic ? ?
J. W. Robinson 50 |
Henry Wells 50
J. R. Scurry 1.00 j
T. P. Johnson $.50 instead of $.25 i
as printed in the other list. j ]
Church of the Redeemer.
(Rev. Edw. Fulenwider, Pastor.) | i
Nothing preventing, th-ere will be; <
services at the Lutheran Church of; 1
the Redeemer next Sunday, as follows: i ;
11 a. in.?The regular morning ser- i
vice. The pastor will preach on the J *i
subject: "Simple Religion and the j 1
Simple Life." We talk a great deal j'
about religion, and it is very familiar, j <
but how few men ever stop to think j
about, or figure up its real worth to i '
the individual, the home, and the'
community at large. We figure ac- \'
curately on stocks and bonds. Me n i
can tell us just exactlv what a cot-!'
ton mill will be worth to a commu-;
nity commercially. But how few realize
the sreat worth of the religion of
Jesus Christ temporally and spiritual- '
7.30 p. ni.?A praise service. The
pastor will preach on the subject: ; J
"Christ's Tr at men t of Satan's Children."
4 p. in.?Sunday school meets.
There will be good music at all the S
services. The public is cordially invited.
The annual meeting of the stock-,
holders of the Security l^oan and In
vestment company will be held in the
office of the company at 4 o'clock p.
in.. 011 Thursday, March .13, 19VJ All;
stockholders who do not att 2nd .n
person will please see that tti^v arrt;
represented by proxy ^ ;
J. N. McCaughrin. j
Newberry, S. C . Marc a j, l^V3
Friday is "Buster Brown" day at Arcade.
Come and bring the children. ,
iMHMjiS OF PKOSPFKITY.
Mrs. John Pat Wise Honored?Social
and Personal >en% of Prosperity
Special to The Herald and News.
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I'ruspt I II}, iVlctuJii u.?wiitr ui mvi
most enjoyable and elaborate social
events that has evfer been given here
took place Thursday afternoon, March
6, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
Wise, where Mrs. Wise entertained in
honor of Mrs. John Pat Wise, of
Riageland. The home was decorated.
In the recaption hall the guests were
mei Dy iviesuames j. r . arowne aaa vy.
M. Harmon, and invited into the parlor,
which was a veritable bower of
beauty with its Southern smilax and
pink Japanicas, where they w-ere received
by Mrs. Wise, assisted by M;sdames
A. H. Kohn, of Columbia, and
C. C. Edwards, of Chester, who pre
sented tae loveiy Driae, woo was
charmingly gowned in pink crepe de
chine. Over 100 guests were directed
to the serving room by Mrs. G. W.
Harmon and Miss Effiie Hawkins,
which was a bower of beauty in jonquils
and ferns. Here Mrs. G. Y. Hunter
gracefully presided over the punch
bowl. A delightful i(?? course was
served by a bevy of young girls. Little
Rebecca Harmon and Elizabeth
Browne served mints from dainty little
baskets. As the guests departed
they were bid adieu by Mrs C. M. Morris
and Miss Ellen Werts.
Miss Mary Warren, of SaHsbnry,
Md., has arrived and will have charge
of Black's milinery department ^.gain
this spring, to the delight of her
Mrs. J. F. Browne has as her guest
Mrs. C. C. Edwards, of Chester.
Mesdam-es Ella Bedenbaugh and
Beatrice Hope, of Kibler's Bridge,
spent Thursday with Mrs. J. M.
Mrs. J. D. Lorick reached home
Tnecrinv frnm the Colombia hospital,
where she has been for several weeks.
Mr. A. H. Hawkins was a business
visitor to Columbia Tuesday.
Miss Ellen Werts has accepted a
position with Black's Dry Goods company
for the spring season.
Mr. Tom Wicker, of Newberry, vis-j
ited Mr. A. B. Wise this week.
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Miss Madge Harmon nas. immcu
Miss McCullough has returned to
her home in Newberry, after a visit to
her sister, Mrs. Frank Merchant.
A meeting of the citizens is called
March 7, at the town hall, at 7.30
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Kohn are visiting
The Literary Sorosis meets this af
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tcrnoon with Mrs. .J. s. vvneeier. mc
program is as follows:
0 - grief hath changed me since you
saw me last;
And careful hours, with time's deformed
Have written strange features in my
Comedy of Errors, Act VI? Characters
in Comedy of Errors: Principal
men, Mrs. Geo. Harmon; principal women,
Mrs. Morris. Current Events.
Sarah Elizabeth Loland, nee Singley,
wife of Jno. A. Boland, was born
September 4. 18."6, and died January
1, 1913, aged 56 years, three months
and 27 days. She was married Octob-!
er 14, 1874, and is survived by a husband,
sev?n so.^s and two daughters,;
and many relatives and friends to I
mourn her death. She was a consist-1
*nt member of the Lutheran church j
for about 40 years. Her sufferings
tvere great, but she bore them with
Christian patience and resignation. I
'She is not dead, but sleepeth," I
Oh, what a comfort to know,
rhat she whom we loved so fondly!
Kas passed from all sorrow below,1
fo a glorious waking in Heaven,
A calm and unbroken rest.
To loved ones who're gone before her, I
And peace on the Savior's breast.
'She is not dead, but sleepeth,"'
Dreamless and perfect repose.
Free from eanh's car-s and its trials,
Disturb d not by sad..ess nor woes;
CJaarued and ki.pt b> the Savior,
Victor o'^r death and the grave,
We know she is sleeping sweetly
In Jesus, the strong to save.
"She is not dead, but sleepeth,"
What joy there will be at the dawn.
When night and the darknes are over,
When we wake on that beautiful
We also shall join in the anthem.
And hear that sweet voice once more
Singing the praise of .lesus,
There on that Heavenly shore. *
J. A. Boand and Family.
Prosperity, S. C.
Photo Play Magazine Free.
To first 100 ladies entering Arcade
Friday we will give free one copy of
"Mutual Observer," a weekly djvot m!
to independent photo plays.
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< O i i ON H \ U K 1\ 1.
"Corrected by Nat Gist).
f'nttnn _ 19 ilia i
(By Robt. McC. Holmes.)
Cotton seed 42 W
Cotton .12% V
Seed 36 1
Little Mountain. ..
Cotton 12% m
Cotton seed, per 100 1.25 A
Cotton 12% Seed,
per 100... ? 1.25
One Cent a Word. No advertisement
taken for less
than Z5 cents.
MONEY TO LEND?Money to lend on
real estate. Long time ind easy
payments. Hunt, Hunt & Hun^r.
HUY a genuine diamond ring for $15 5
at Williamson's. Fe-tr
; FAR3IEKS, we have a few "McKay"
stalk cutters left, at bargain prices.
Also complete line turn plows and
I h.:r;ows. If needing anything In
thi; line we will save you money.
Puree!! ? Scoit. 1^-17-tf. \
Sound Nancy Hall Seed sweet
toes.?Price $1.00 per bushel. Weich
Wilbur, Newberry, S. C. H&i
I 2-21 -tf. ^
j l or Auto-Hack,?See W. S. Melton
or J. C. Sample. Phone 95, * ,
MULES A>D HORSES for sale from
$25 to $250. E. A. Griffin & Co.
FOR SALE?Good, big mule, five years
old. Work any way. Cheap. C. P.
EVERY FARMER who will write
drawer 505, Columbia, S. C., will re- f .
ceive something that will interest
A 10 room house, with all modern conveniences,
and 25 acres, for sale or *
rent. W. S. Langford. x
j TO RENT?House and lot on Harrington
street. Good large garden,
etc. Wm. Johnson. 3-4-3t.
FOR RENT?Six-room house in Po
? -i * XT? AA
j Illiiiia. lutanuu, i|><;.vv yj\^x
month. Also, barber shop for rent.
Apply to John B. Eedenbaugh, Po!
mnria. S^C. 3-4-3t.
! ~~ ?Alderman
I L. I. Epting is hereby announced as
} a candidate for alderman fr< r<i Ward ;
1 and will abide the rilr-, ct tiro Democratic
P. F. Baxter is hereby announced 1
! as a candidate for alderman from
! Ward 1 and will abide the rules of the
At the Thcato.
j Attend "The Shanghraun" at the
1 Theato tonight (Thursday). Four
j reels. Including Pathe Weekly No. 4.
I "Th-e Shanghraun" is one of the finest
| of the Kalem productions and is a \
I masterpiece with its thrilling plot,
nAcnAKV onH 1/1UD ThftRO
I UCdUlllUI J auu M. uwwv
who are familiar with "Colleen Rawn"
know how beautiful these Irish plays
are. It is a splendid feature and tak?s
three reel? to show. On Friddy Pathe (
Weekly No.* 2 will be exhibited.
S? S. 8. A. *^4
The State Sunday School association
will meet in Sumter, S. C., April
2, 3, 4, 1913. Sumter is making big
preparation for this meeting, which
will be a great one, and it is ho'jed the
best one yst.
Soven of the international representatives
will be there. Reduced
rates will be given by the railroads,
and free entertainment at Sumter.
Newberry county is entitled to 12
del- gates, and it is desired to have a A
full delegation from this county. P.
C. Gail lard has charge of the certificates
for the county. Write him at
once if you want to go, so as to get in '
before the places are filled.
isesi Known t/ougn Kemeay.
For orty-three years Dr. Kin's
New Discovery has been known
! throughout the world as the most reliable
cough remedy. Over three million
bottles were used last year. Isn't
this proof? It will get rid of your
' cough, or we will refund your money.
i J. J. Owens, of Allendale, S. C., writes
I the way hundreds of others have done,
"After twenty years, I find that Dr.
King's New Discovery is the best remedy
for coughs and colds that I have
j ever used." For coughs or colds and
all, throat and luug troubles, it Has
no equal. .">0c and $1.00 at ail druggists.
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