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SENATORIAL BEE NOT
STRONG WITH LEVER
Won't Predict What He'll Do Next
Year Is Concentrating His Energies
on Agricultural blatters.
Washington, D. C.? July 16.?Mr.
Lever, upon his return, found many
letters evidencing great interest in
the special to the Record of July 8
relative to his entering the race for
the senate next summer.
"The Record's statement is substantially
correct in quoting me, except
in that clause in which I -fras made to
Rav 'I believe one man would have a
better chance to beat Blease than if
two or three were in the race/ If I!
should decide to enter the race for'
the senate it would be for no purpose i
of beating any one man, but my campaign
would be upon the idea of win- j
ning the race myself, and I would not i
be figuring upon a plan to beat any |
one man?either Blease or Smith, but j
to win the nomination regardless of j
those in the contest. While it is true j
that I am urged every day by letter I
and otherwise to enter the race I do 1
fppi that for the coming year at least j
my services in the committee on agriculture
will be of more benefit to the
State than if I would be senator dur- ;
ing that time. Of course I am not
willing to say now what my course
will be a year hence. I cannot forecast
the developments nor my own j
sense of duty to the state at that time
?the latter consideration will control
me in my final determination. In the
meantime my thought shall be given
to the performance of the high duties
which the house has made for me!
and I shall go about this without re-I
' . gard to the fact that there is a sena-!
torial race pending in which I may j
"ho o mntpstant. The reasons will j
wv M vw
have to be strong tor good which I
now hold to enter a contest for seeming
To the Demonstrators and Members
of the Boys' Corn Club:
I have been sick for some time and
by the advice of my physician am confined
to the house for fear of fever.
I have not been able to visit you as I
desired, but ask you to continue working
your demonstration acres late, as
you will find it profitable.
I hope to be able to be with you ai
the Farmers' Institute at Young's
Grove, Prosperity, on Friday, July 25,
S. M. Duncan,
An Essay on "Men."
A little girl wrote the following
composition on men: "Men are what
women marry. They drink and smoke
and swear, but don't go to church.
Perhaps if they wore bonnets they
would. They are more logical thaA
women and also more zoological. Boih
men and women sprung from mon
keys, but the women sprung farther
than the men."?Answers.
First Undergraduate?Haive you
telegraphed to the old man for money?
"Got an answer?"
"Yes. I telegraphed the old man.
'Where is that mon^.y I wrote for?'
and his answer reads, 'In my inside
Following Instruction v
WVian Qjiroor.rtl/1 Tori/lv
VUJ. ViU a.
the shining new quarter which Mr.
Brown had given him down at 'the
corner store, mother very naturally
asked if her little boy had said,
"Thank you," to father's friend.
"Surely you tflaanked - Mr. Brown,
Still no answer. Trouble showed'
on the little face.
'Teddy, listen. You ought to have
said, "Thank you, sir.' Did you?"'
No answer yet
"Oome here, dear little eon. Tell
mamma, now. Did you thanlc Mr.
Brown for the Quarter?*'
1 tcid Mm, "Thank you,* aa' he
said not to mention it, an' I tried
not to. "?Boston Tra*eler;; i
' 1 'WMP .
He ws he all Hgbt, hoi ire h*TO
our miagmnpi ifeout -sending a man
named l^aioh *9 ?afe*flq|4or to Hex*
fed?Grewllle News.' - >
- ' : ?
W the folpnel fft through a June
frost with only two spoons of ?ran$y
in hie milt? II go fee has stood th*
supreme test??GheenBboro News.
As a muddy stream can travel hut
a little way ;nto a l-cdy of pure water
before it spreads out and discolors
the entire beds just so does a moral
leper contaminate those with whom
he comes in contact.
"We hope the guy -who asks, "Is it
hot enough for you?" has been frozen
to death.?Spartahurg Herald.
From Walhalla, I
" Prosperity ]
" Pomaria !
Ar. Charleston 1
Excursion Tickets good g
and schedules mentioned, al
Excursion Tickets will
regular trains to reach or
midnight, Saturday, Augu:
Get excursion tiqkets at i
For further information
W. E. McGEE,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
. Columbia, S. C.
August 6th an
The Southern Railway will selj ve
ets to Columbia, S. C., on account c
r?? cqIp Antmsfc cth. 6th and 7th.
"v O sJ 1 t j
following rates will apply:
' Rock Hill
Proportionately low rates from all
ajatioa opply local agent pr address
S. H. McLean, D ? A, Columbia, ?
I VI * V < : vi: . . 9&P # >
? y t;, * k '/
Schedules Effectlr? June 2nd, 1911
Arrfrals and Departaret Hew.
berry* 8. C,
(N. B.?These schedule figure* an
shown as information only and are not
8:52 a. m. 'No. 15, daily from Columbia
to Greenville. Pullman
sleeping car between Charleston
11:38 a. m.?No. 18, dai'i, from Greenville
to Columbia. Arrives Columbia
1:35 p. m., Augusta 8:S5 p. m.
aiiway to. |
l O F THE SOUTH.
Y 29, 1913
Anderson, Green- !
Alston and |
- - -?./% AA
L.00 p m $3.UU
L.21 p m 2.90 I
L.45 p m 2.85
8.00 p m
ping only on special train
be good returning on all
iginal starting point by
st 2nd, 1913.
apply to ticket agent or
S. H. McLEAN,
Dist. Pass. Agt.
Columbia, S. C.
ia, S. C.
ry low round triy excursion tic|is
the above meeting. Tickets will .
with final limit vugus* The
' ' *;55
3.6# . i
-3.05 > !
- - _ . I
other poimts. For further infnr-'
L, P. lUbinson, Q P & T A, or
ChflrlMtoa1:11 $. BL
2:52 p. el-hNo. 17, daily, from Columbia
8:57 p. m.?No. 16, daily, trom Greenrill?
to Columbia. Pullman ale*?*
1m car Greenrllie to Charleston.
Arrives Charleston 8:15 a. zzl Arrive
Savannah 4:15 a. m. Jacksonville
8:30 a. m.
Four further information call oa
ticket agents, or E. H. Coapman, V. P.
& G. M., Washington, D. W. E.
McGee, A. S. P. A., Columbia or S.
H. McLeain, D. P. A., Columbia.
IN the d
of your bi
A nu ?T
Health and s
BARBECUE NOTICES. <S> |
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We "will give a first class barbecue!
at Keitts Grove on July 24. A good din- j
iier Is guaranteed. j
U. m. ouuer,
0. A. Felker.
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 younfc people guaranteed.
J. A. Felker.
We ^wlU'glve a barbecue at Fork
School, on August fcth. We inVita-.
BTBTJDOOy W D? yxcecuu
"'v~ : " ~ ' 7L P. Counts,
, _ a i .,***
1 wHl furaish ? ftrst-chuw barbecue
residence near fei" PfcUtfpa
ebuiicJi 9* Friday.* July H. W*.^Aa
IriTtta^aii: Is Extended to til to eooe
Mtt'anejy i' s*o6 tti*. ' AJTtayemcntt
wSilfa fttafirfor all to spend a ploaaisriar.
IX Edwin Halfaere.
We* the undersigned, will give a
flrst-eiaes barbecue at Pomaria Friday,'
July 2fc. Several interesting
speeches will be made during the
day. The public iB cordially invited
1 * *.? oil
ana & pleasant aay prumjxseu w ou
"who attend. Dinner 40 and 50 cents.
I will give a first-class Barbecue at
Sligh's, S. C., on Jly 25th. I will
serve dinner at 11 o'clock and also
sell meat. There will be special ar
c 1 hat Always [Has 1 i
Copyrizht 1909, by C, E, Zimmerman Co.?.Vo.^^^^
ailv run of busi]
to transact bus
ike manner. 0
is to bank yoi
ir deposits dailj
y, according to tl
ill and talk to ui
1 need money in afte
while you are mal
itrength does not r
* ai ;
4u o on savings aep<
| rangemnts made for ladies. Come
j one, come all and spend a pleasant
[day and enjoy a good dinner in the
| beairifu! grove. It will be cooked
j by one of the best cooks in the county,
I r> "R TT.lHcnr
J. S. "Watts.
I Barbecue Notice.
! I will give a first-class barbecue
! at my residence on Saturday, July
119. I will sell meat and hash at 11.30
J. SI Counts.
TO ALL WHOM IT JIAI CONCERN.
Please take notice that I, Florence
T. lane, claim right of dower in lands J
of jtemes Jefferson Lane adjoining the
town of Newberry,' S. 'C:, recently sold
Jsy mortgage foreclosure proceedings,
and bou^Ht in by the Nattokal Bank of
a "3*? '*
t-Mt-f. Florence T. Lane.
hi "fciin i,i ' ii. f " in * t
Cm SWlm* Otter Mbi Vnl Cm.
Tke worst cseee.sp matter of hew loaeitasdliNk
M ctttA V tie KMitM, *24 ttllikk ]>*.
nHer1* AiUacptic Hctlkf Oil- - ZtNttme
" H*WJ *W?' "
Notice lc hereby iWen that I will
Mil Hi ttie storeroom' ?f the' 0*a>. Millinery
company, located la Mala stmt
near the comer of Ifala and Nanc?
streets, ib tne iows ox ncwwr^, d.
;fe, ofl tte 22nd day of July, 1513. it
II o'clock a. vl, all of the stock 61
millinery and notions, and also tie
fixtures, said stock ci millinery and
fixtures having been seized by me under
a distress warrant for rent issued
by Rebecca Brown through her agent;
same having been seized as the property
of H. D. Havird, the lessee of
said storeroom. The inventory of
said stock and fixtures is as follows:
stock $363.28; fixtures $108.08.
Terms of sale: Cash.
T O C?-mn1o
ie Money" j
Fll 'filH " J
w i m .as
tiess, one I
>iness in a I
ne of the a
ir money. ;
r, weekly 1
> about it.
ir life. Save
SEABOABD AIB LDTE. j
Effective April 27,1913. V
(Subject to Change without Notice.) w
No. 4 Lv. Columbia 5.50 a. 2L 1
No. 18 Lv. Columbia 4.00 p. m. \
No. 2 Lv. Columbia 6.35 p. m.
No.'36 Lv. Columbia 7.45 p. m. A
No. 19 I>. Columbia 7.00 a. m.U
No. 1 Lv. Columbia 12.10 p. m.ffl
No. 21 Lv. Columbia 5.00 p. qb. ^
No. 3 Lv. Columbia 12 20 a. m. . I
Trains 1 and 2, Florida-Cuba Special. I
Trains 3 and 4, Seaboard Fast Mail.
Trains 18 and 3$, Hamlet local Trains 1
19 and 21 Saranoah local. j
Ticket Office 1225 Main St Fbo|*.dJ
574. C. E. BoIsseau, Jr., City Ticket J
Agts., Columbia S. C. J. S. Btcfcbergerp
Trir. Kjm!u}&*L C. W. WX
Pass. Agtr SaVannai, Ga.?A&. dfi
No. 6^ 1
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Tbe'coaitani ttchbs, timfcuTtil* I
Btm, rash*tad dfiMNpieeeiit dWfcti%$C
ecaeixxt, tett?r, salt VfeeunC itcX pilM 1
at?* *W? ftmotfaas eta 1&G fl
readily curedand fto i?i?made clear J
and smooth. with. Br. Sotoon*! Jfcsama
dintaoient. Mr. J c? 'lBh?&&
of Bath, m., flays: 1 bad eczema 9
twenty-five years and had tried every- fl
thing. All failed. When I found Dr. J|
Hobson's Eczema Ointment I found fl
a cure." This ointment Is tha formu?^?
la of a physician and has been ln|fl
use for years?not an experiment^
That is why we can guarantee it AlaHB
druggists, or Dy man. "ice ov?|
Pfeiffer Chemical Co., Philadelphia?
and St Louis. __ I