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I MAN LIVES HOURS
I WHITE MAX MEETS HORRIBLE
FATE NEAR AIKEN.
Found Beside Railroad Track, Having
W k to all Appearances Been Struck
Aiken, June 17.?With his left
shoulder crushed literally to pieces
and a fearful hole in his skull, crushed
bone particles and pieces of a fel:
hat resting against the brain, Joe
fet Maroney, a 35-year-old white man, residing
at Oakwood, in this county,
was found early this morning in an j
unconscious condition beside the
Southern railroad tracks, about six
4 miles east of this place and one mile
east of Montmorenci.
The wound: d man was brought to
Aiken and all day local physicians
labored faihfullv to preserve his life.
The bone particles and hat felt resting
^ on the brain surface were removed
K successfully, when it became apparA
ent that the man had also suffered a j
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this there was no remedy, and "he
died about 6 o'clock this afrernoon.
The physical facts in the case, the
H position of the body, the location of
| the wounds and the train schedules
make it appear that he was sitting evidently
on a cross tie, jutting from the
. track, and that the so-called "midL
night train" from Augusta, passing
vl litre about 12.45 at night, struck him
and knocked him off.
H It has been stated by reliable par
ties <thai Maroney was seen in Aiken
yesterday afternoon, urder the influence
of alcohol, if not actually intoxi- \
cated. From infancy the dead man j
< "had been subjected, it is declared, to
periods of partial blindness. The coroner's
inquest was begun tonight, but
continued until tomorrow evening in
view of the absence of some persons
deemed material witnesses.
The dead man is survived by a wife
and one son. The remains will be i
shipped to Orangeburg tomorrow for
* A >~OYEL AUTOMOBILE.
ITnusual Xethod of Propulsion in
Orangeburg, June 17.?Cecil R. Culler,
member of the automobile firm of
Culler & Salley, this city, has built a
unique automobile, wnicn ne now up!
erates. This automobile is propelled
, Ly air. An engine drives a large propeller,
which generates sufficient air
to drive the machine as fast as 40
miles an hour, this speed having been
atatined by Mr. Culler. There is no
connection between the engine and
she wheels of the machine, the air
propeller driving the car along.
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V <? By Dr. J. W. Wolling. <S>
It is now nearly four years since
I closed my pleasant pastorate in
Newberry and came to this low counts
try to take charge of the church in
Allendale. From every point of view
^ the years have passed pleasantly and
Br this closing year has already given
f some success.
, Since January over three hundred
dollars uave uccu a^jcui m U ?xu.^, |
and refurnishing the parsonage. As
I much more has heen raised to pay our
^ missionary claims, while all other
claims have been paid and we have
money in the treasury. We have held
special services, the result of which
1^^. added twelve persons to our church
B roll making about twenty received to
^the communion during these months.
B Many thought when we came to this
K^rinn that chills and fever would I
^certainly be our lot. But the fourth
year is now over half spent and not
a day of sickness have I had. Indeed,
( liave been perfectly well. All of this
& country now has beautiful artesian
wells, so that there is an abundance
H| of pure watter. This is a fine farming
section and developing by bounds
^ every year. Four planters, members
of the official board of this church,
produce over twelve hundred bales of
cotton each year with a great abundance
of everything else that is needed.
Besides the salary of the pastor,
wnicn -eacn year is paid m excess, a
nice Jersey cow is furnished to the
parsonage and nearly feed enough
If sent in to care for her. As you know
^ (three gentlemen, members of my ofV
ficial board gave me a beautiful trip
^ to Cuba, over a year ago and now we
are planning a trip to the Holy Land
on the same conditions.
Well, what more could I ask? Why,
cn'y another place as good as this
when four years are out.
AS GERMAN RULER
William Celebrates 25tli Anniversary.
?Is General Holiday.
Berlin, June 16.?-The 25th anni
versary 01 :ne accession ul x^myeroi
William to the imperial throne was
celebrated today throughout the German
empire as a general holiday.
The commemocration which had been
deferred from its actual date out of
respect to the memory of the emperor's
father, Fredirick, coincides
with the 42nd anniversary of the triumphal
return of his grandfather at [
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the Franco-Prussian war and was j
marked by considerable military display.
Emphasis, however, was laid also
on the peaceful aspects of the em-1
peror's quarter century reign?indus- j
trial and civic developments and the |
prosperity of the country.
Presentation o? an address from the j
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American reace societies ^uuicn ,
Carnegie, R. S. Brookings of St. Louis i
and J. S. Schmidtapp of Cincinnati j
gave the emperor an opportunity of
bringing out this asp-ect of the occasion.
He responded to Andrew Carnegie's
congratulations with an em-;
phatic "I hope we shall have 25 years;
of peace." j
The day began with a "general re- i
veille." The massed military bands
from the division of the guards summoned
the emperor to his window
?:ii- mucin nlovod in tVio
Willi uea.iciiii.ig muoiv fiu.i iu |
inner court yard of the castle.
Then thousands of children replaced
the bandsmen in the castle court yard,
where ihey sang son^s.
The reception of deputations and
the presentation of addresses began
at 10 o'clcck, but was interrupted
from 11 o'clock until z o ciock Dy
his majesty's reception of representatives
of the government offices, the
army and the navy, the parliament
and various municipalities.
To a delegation of Englishmen received
by his majesty this afternoon,
the emperor said:
"I can assure you I shall continue
to do my best to preserve peace and
promote the friendly relationships
existing between our two countries."
The array of deputations seemed"
almost endless. The delegates represented
organizations of every kind
and all brought with them handsome
The most imposing testimonials
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were the endowments of 56,250,000
raised by the German municipalities
for charitable and educational establishments
and the national subscription
of $950,000 devoted to a German
Christian missions in which Roman
Catholics and Protestants participated.
TO CLAMP LID ISLE OF PALMS.
When State Press Association Meets
Extra Constables Will be Employed.
Columbia, June 16.?Cold water
and mayhap grape juice for any
special occasion is all that the South
^ T)^ ftrtftAAinfiAn nnn IrvnL*
v^ai Uiiiicl ncsb add^ianuu ^a.n iuvxv
for when they meet on the Isle of
Palms at Charleston on the 26th of
this month for their annual convention,
for Governor Blease declared
this morning that he was going to
clamp on the lid and sir on it whlie
the editors were meeting on the Isle
of Palms. "I am going to put on an
extra force of constabulary and have
Sheriff Martin and Chief Stothart carry
out the orders literally," he declared.
"I am going to instruct these officials,"
said the governor, "to keep a
close eye on every editor, and if any
of them buy refreshments from a
blind tiger, either in Charleston or on
the Isle of Palms, they have peremptory
orders to arrest the person selling
the liquor and bind over the one
buying it as a witness in a bond not
less than $500." The governor declared
that so many of the editors had
been calling on him to "put on the
lid" that he is going to put it on and
wants to see how patriotic they are.
"I am going to see if they are patriotic
enough not to buy from blind
tigers, and they will have an opportnnitv
of Hpmnnstratinpr hv nersonal
conduct some of the precepts they
are so constantly preaching," he said.
Governor to Give Orders.
Just how many of the sleuths will
be assigned to "shadow" the newspaper
men to see that none of them
wander into a place where they
should not go is not known. It is
presumed that such will be left to
Sheriff Martin and Chief Constable
Srothart, but the orders and instruc
tions will come from Governor Blease. J
For the past several years the editors
have been meeting in the up country
and having cold water a:id grape
juice for refreshments, will undoubted!}
be to the taste of the vast maj
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soon as it develops with
? fffni?> Colic Cu
and no further trouble will be experienced.
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| 1913 Almanac FREE
JbOR SALE A>D GUARANTEED
ALL FIRST CLASS DEALERS.
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BATTLE OF C
FOR THE, ABOVE
Consisting of Coaches, Pullr
A C PAT
June 29?Lv. Augusta
Lv. Rock Hill
Lv. Fort Mill
June 30?Ar. Washington
Correspondingly low rates from all
Tickets on sale June 28, 29, 30 and
point prior to midnight of July 10.
Grasp the opportunity to visit this
ticket reads via Southern Railway.
Baltimore. For detailed information,
ticket agents. L. D. Robinson, C. P.
G. P., Columbia; C. M. Scott, U. T. A.,
jority of the association, for they are
known to be a very temperate crowd,
in fact, many of them being teetotalers,
and intoxicating refreshments
have been noticeable by their absence
at the yearly gatherings for the past
several seasons. So to gather in Char
leston tms year witn tut: cAjjctiauuu
of quaffing abundance of Goose Creek
(water will undoubtedly have a tendency
to increase rather than diminish
the attendance on the meeting.
To be Given Due Publicity.
The governor sal. that if any editor
or newspaper man is caught in
the act of buying liquor he will be
bound over as a witness and that he
was going to have the name published.
He said that if the newspapers would
not print it he would have it put
out in a pamplet and then li-e would
send the pamplile: to the Bl:ase leader
in the home county of such editor
and have him to distribute it. It is
["'.eat each case m J
worry your milk
s and horses,
worms eat your
bugs kill your
js and head lice
/our little chicks.
\y lice kill your
2S swarm over
house and kitchdth
ase germs on
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sec us jiur mc
it killer for insect
nan Cars and Dining Cars to
3:45 P. M $17.30
4:15 P. M 17.10
5:55 P. M 16.65
7:25 P. M 15.60
8:08 P. M 15.50
8:29 P. M 14.90
9:13 P. M ; 14.35
9:45 P. -M 13.95
9.57 P. M 13.85
10:35 P. M 13.45
10:45 P. M
9:20 A. M
9:30 A. M
1:20 P. M
July 1. Final limit to reach starting
Historic Battlefield, and see that your
Stop-overs allowed at Washington and
tickets, reservations ,etc., apply to
& T. A., Columbia; W. E. McOee, A.
Columbia; S. H. McLean, D. P. A.,
presumed that some of the sleuths will
be assigned to "cover" such possible
happenings for the pamphlet and
"write it up."
The State Prose occnniatinn ic
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gather in Charleston on Thursday and
Friday, June 26 to 27, for their annual
meeting, and the outlook is for
a fine attendance. On the evening of
Friday June 28, Borman Hapgood, editor
of Harper's Weekly, will deliver
the annual address. At- a banquet, if
one is held, it is supposed nothing
stronger than grape juice will be
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EFFECTUAL GENERAL TONIC
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Combines both
in Tasteless form- The Quinine drives
out Malaria and the Iron builds up
the System. For Adults and
You know what you are taking when
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Chill and Fever Remedy and General
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We will give a first class barbecue
at Keitts Grove on July 24. A good dinner
B. M. Suber,
0. A. Felker.
TT7y? un^oroianp/l -nnl1 criVP a h3T
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becue in front of J. P. Wicker's, No. 2 '
township, on the second Saturday in
H. M. Wicker.
J. P. Wicker.
I will give a first class barbecue at
my residence at the late J. A. Cromer's
home place, on Saturday, August
9. Dinner 35 and 45 cents. Enjoyment
for young people guaranteed.
J. A. Felker.
Barbecue Meat and Hash.
I will have at my store Saturday,
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May 31, baroecue meat ana nasu iui
sale at 11 o'clock. No dinner will be
served. All for sale.
G. W. Kinard,
Prosperity, S. C.
Barbecue at Pomaria.
There will be a barbecue at Pomaria
July 4ch for the benefit of the Lutheran
church. Refreshments will be
served on the grounds. There will
be speeches, baseball and other attractions.
Dinner 40 and 50 cents.
I will give a first class barbecue at
my residence on July 4. Will sell
meat and hash. 11.30.
J. M. Counts.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
Court of Common Pleas.
J. Marion Davis, Plaintiff,
Jane C. Whitman and Sallie Eargle,
i in thpir own right and as adminis
tratrices of the personal estate of
E. P. Whitman, deceased, Defendants,
J. Marion Davis, Plaintiff,
Sallie Eargle and Jane C. Whitman,
in their own right and as administratrices
of the personal estate of
E. P Whitman, deceased, Defendants.
By virtue of an order of court herein
I will sell to the highest bidder
before .the court house at Newberry,
S. C., within the legal 'hours of sale,
on Monday, July 7, 1913, the same
being saleday, the following described
property, to wit:
All that piece, parcel or lot of
land lying and being situate in the
Town of Helena, county and State
aforesaid, containing three and sixtenths
acres, more or less, aLd bounded
by lot of Mrs. Helen P. Jenkins,
toy a street which separates it from
lot of Mrs. Lizzie Ruff, the Southern
railway and others, and also by a
street which separates it from the
estate of Gordon Bluford, deceased,
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ily purchased by the said E. P. Whitjman.
(Also all that lot or parcel of land
lying and being situate in the Town
of Helena, county and State aforesaid,
containing one acre, more or less,
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'OOUXlUtJU Ull iut: uui m u_> ?, uu ,
which separates it from lot of Miss;
Lizzie Hollis, on the south by lot of |
ferchants to know
ars, tobaccos and cigarle.
The price will be
aranteed to sell. The
State sold by us.
Laurens Steam LaunBakery.
Phone | 84.
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Many mothers think their children
are suffering from indigestion, headache,
nervousness, weakness, costiveness,
when they are victims of that
most common of all children's ailments?worms.
fretful children, who toss and grind
their teeth, with bad breath and colivw
nains all the svmntoms of
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candy lozenge, which expels worms,
regulatfs the bowels, tones up the
system, and makes children well and
happy. Kickapoo Worm Killer is
guaranteed. All druggists, or by mail.
Price 25c. Kickapoo Indian Medicine
Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Newberry.
By C. C. Schumpert, Esquire, Probate
Whereas, T. W. Folk and C. M.
Folk hath made suit to me, to grant
them Letters of Administration of the
Estate and effects of H. H. Folk
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singuar the kindred
and creditors of the said H. H. Folk,
deceased, that they be and appear be
fore me, in the Court of Probate, to
be held at New berry, S. C., on the 18th
day of June next after publication
thereof, at 11 o'clock-in the forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have, why
the said Administration should not ba
Given under my hand, this 31st day
of May, Anno Domini, 1913.
C. C. Schumpei^
J. P. N. C.
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Arthur Kibler, formerly Jas. 0. Meredith,
on the east by Mrs. Emma Davis
and otherwise bounded by lot of Mrs.
Helen Pope Jenkins, formerly lot of
Mrs. Charlotte P Glenn, the same being
the lot conveyed to Jacob Kibler
by Henry G. Hoof by deed the 14th.
day of September, 1886, and recorded
in the office of the register of mesne
conveyance in Deed Book No. 4 at
Terms of sale cash. The purchaser
will be- required immediately to payto
the Master fifty dollars on each
lot when his bid has been accepted
as an evidence of good faith. Purchaser
to pay for deed.
H. H. Rikard,
Newberry, S. C., June 13, 1913.