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UK A N'T WIN'S HABEAS ( OIllTS.
, Attorney (General Says Neirro (harp
od with 3Iur<ier 31ust.('omo Hack.
Columbia, April 11.?The negro .Jot
Grant, who is wanted in South Carolina
for the murder of a white farmei
ir, Anril 1Q0S. WOI1 in his
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habeas corpus appeal before a judgi
ill Harrisburg, Pa. Ten days are allowed
the State of South Carolina tc
Governor Blease some time ago issued
requisition papers for the negrc
and Solicitor George Bell Timmerman
of Lexington, was sent to Pensyl%
vania to represent the State. Despite
^ the pleas of the attorneys of Grant
that he would be lynched if brought
' * back to this State, Governor Tenei
honored tne paptue.
Attorney General Peeples has received
a wire from Mr. Timmerman
advising him of the turn the case has
taken and informing him that he has
put the m atter in the hands of the
local district attorney and is returning
home. Mr. Peeples said that he
intended to get the negro back in
South Carolina even if the State has
to take the matter into the United
1 States supreme court that men canU
not be murdered in South Carolina
| indiscriminately and the assassin get
f off scott free.
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The wire of Solicitor i lmmei man ^
Attorney General Peeples is as follows:
"Won before judge, but allowed
L ten days to appeal. Have arranged
& with district attorney to look after
case. Coming home."
LONG TDIE IN HARNESS.
? Ypars Siiice Dr. Vi. L. Vou
|M "Hnng Out His Shingle."
Bp Calhoun Advocate.
J Sixty years last Thursday, Dr. W.
L. Pou came to St. Matthews, then a
wee station named Lewisville. and
"'hung out his shingle" as an M. D.
He had been practicing 8 months before
that time in Newberry. Graduating
from the class of '49, at the University
of South Carolina, and in the
class of '52 at the Charleston Medical
college, at the age of 23, the inI
tervening space of 60 years and eight
f months of this good man's life have
been spent in the active pursuit of
his profession. During all these
years his life in every phase has been
so high above anything that was little
or narrow, no man has ever so en
croacneu upun <.xUv^ ? ?
a single act of his. He was ill in
January and his friends were anxious
about him. But his celebration of
his 60th professional anniversary by
appearing again on the streets and
spreading joy and sunshine among
all whom he met, gave his frienus u
pleasant reassurance as to his health.
It would be hard to estimate the
good that this beloved physician has
Hurinjr his long and useful life.
k UUiit uu*4*-0 w
I ^ Such men as he never die. I^ong at
^ ter he is gathered to his Fathers
f his good and noble deeds will live on.
' What an inspiration such a life has
' been to the young men with whom he
lias come in contact is beyond computation.
THREE CASHIERS ARRESTED
E. H. Bowlds of Sooth Carolina One
i f Of Unfortunate Trio Held in
I ^ A'orth Carolina.
Raleigh, April 10.?As a sequel tc
the closing last .week of three rural
f banks in the State corporation promoted
by the State Trust company oi
"Wilmington, N. C., three bank cashiers
are under arrest and warrants
k _/ have been issued for the president, and
vice president of the promoting company.
All are charged with violating
the State banking laws.
r Those under arrest are: E. ?i.
Bowlds, of South Carolina, cashier of
the McClesfield (N. C.) bank, also
secretary-treasurer of the State Trust
company; J. A. Bickers, of Kentucky
cashier of the Bank of Angier, X. (\.
and Dimia Laffoon, cashier of the
Bank of Claremont, X. C.
Twins Come Six Weeks Apart.
Sl ]^oi'.??oii. A:>i*:l ?All known h-i'li
W records have been shattered by the
I -\vife of a working man at iiarro v
Lancashire. On February l'4 shr
I gave birth to a son. \esterday another
child a girl was born.
The existence of the buy who i?
only six weeks older than his sister
| threatens to raise a perplexing problem
under the British insurance act
Tr"/~?rr? -a nipdiral nnsition they ar^
| : twins, but regarded from the standP|..
^ point of Greenwich time they miss*
ed twinship by six fiill weeks.
HHf The father under the insurance acl
is entitled to the tnaternity benefit
p of $7.50. If the children are not ad"v,
judged to be twin he will be entitled
to receive twice!$7.50 but if they
are twins the act counts them as one
f- One-fourth of allj"the cities in th<
United Scates havirig medical inspection
in public schobls are in Massa|
chu setts. i ^
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VJERE are some of the B
See how cheerful, c
they look! And they want
join them. They want to e
cause of Brightening Up y
and your city, and make thi
i It's so much better to live s
ings, and if we all get togetfi
one of brightest spots on the
j Up Creed, then come to us f
of membership?free. Let's
the Brighten Up Club.
i. To Brighten Up my
cheerful and good
- -d /-rli 11 r\ m \7
Z . XU XJI Ig 12 LV_ Li Lip XXIJ
Brighten Up spirit
3. To Brighten Up my 1
ure as well as prof
4. To brighten Up my t
rial, indstrial anc
v 5. To promote the love <
6. To adopt Brighten U
We have the Bri
i ials ready
Lawn Mowers, Garden H
Screen Wire Doors and
lime, Brooms and Brush
I Spring days are
When the open
you'll want and
right and economi
unless you get yoi
almost sure to be
The supply is bi|
mand is bigger.
Our great factory has
a quarter of a million !
Runabout, $525; To
Town Car. SSoo?f. o.
I all equipment. Foi
"Ford Times"?an in
mobile magazine- It'
Phone, write or call
, Brighter Garn
righten Up Club boosters,
iptimistic and energetic
you and your family to
enlist you in the good
our home, your garden
ngs welcome for Spring.
imid pleasant surroundler
we can make our city
map. Read the Brighten
or your copy and badge
* all get together to boost
self?to bs optimistic,
home and spread the
among my neighbors.
Dusiness and take pleasit
own and promote its soi
1 commercial progress.
of Nature, sunshine and
p as my slogan.
ghten Up mater- j
for you: i
and Varnishes, (
ose, Garden Tools, |
n inflows, '
i Up Store
on & Son '
, , ?.f, ? ' , A...1 ^
\ L'/\T?rJ nT,n
need a light, | |.
calFord. But | j
irs today you're |
i rKcarmninf arl
I but the de- I j
produced nearly g ;
Model T's. Prices: I
luring Car, $600; g b.
particulars get jg ;
ieresting automo- 9 1
s free?from Deupon
We have a bi
$2.50 Suits -
3.00 Suits -
4.00 Suits 5.00
n it i mirtnw
K. H. Aim
Main St., New
cause? | heartburn, sour
stomach, nervousness, M
nausea, impure blood, and m
more trouble than many
different kinds of diseases, m
The food you eat ferments
in your stomach, and the
poisons it forms are ab
?nrh#?H into vour whole
I system, causing many dis- I
tressing symptoms. At the
first sign of indigestion, try I
the old, reliable, vegetable I
liver powder, to quickly
cleanse your system from I
these undesirable poisons.
to Mrs. Rilev Laramore, of K
g Goodwater, Mo., says: " I TO
suffered for years from dyspepM
sia and heartburn. Thedfora's M
Black-Draught, in small doses, r
TO cured my heartburn in a few vet j
TO days, and now 1 can eat without H j
B distress." Try it.
^Insist on ThedfortTsJj
Oh, How I Itched!!
What Ion? nerve-racking days of constant
torture?what sleepless nights of !
terrible agony?itch?itch?itch, con- I
stant itch, until it seemed that I must
tear off my very skin?then?
Instant relief?my skin cooled, soothed
Tho vorv first rlrons of D.D.D. Pre
scription for Eczema stopped that awful I
itch instantly: yes, the very moment
D.D.D. touched the burning: skin the torture
ceased. A 25c bottle proves it.
D.D.D. has been known for years as
the only absolutely reliable eczema
remedy, for it washes away the disease
?erms and leaves the skin as clear and
healthy as that of a child.
All other druggists have D.D.D. Prescription?go
to them it you can't coma
to us?but don't accept some big profit
i"Ko+ i f n f a
But if you come to our store, we are I H
so certain of what P.D.D. will do for you
that we offer you a full size bottle on
this guarantee:?If you do not find that i-z
It takes away the itch AT ONCE, it
sosts you not a cent.
Giider & Weeks
1 Low 1
thing for .
g line of Men's
tig to select fr
)$ 6.50 Suits 8.00
^ no Suite
A !/ W UUlbU
- $1.95 I
- 2.39 I
- 3.25 |
- - 3.98 I
SON & CO. 1
rberry, S. C.
We have a larg<
line of Glassware a
low prices. Call a
Large line Unamen
Big stock of 5c s
baking rans g
Something for hot
"More Goods for
t"? HOUSE ?<
Herald and Nev
- $ 4.48
: to - - . $1.25
e and splendid
nd make your
l"A?* 1 Sr
arare, 5c and up.
and 10c China
weather ? Ice
its $1.50 Year