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r Items of Social and Personal Mention.
?Many Taking Vacations.
Special to The Herald and News.
Prosperity, August 12.?Mr. and
Mrs. Howell Schumpert, of Atlanta,
rs Qrn ACtC O f \Tre TTpnnip Sohlim
die I Alt jjUtOtO \JX .'XX J. x WW* ?.. . X,
Mr. S. S. Birge, and Master jGeo.
f Wise, are spending the week at
[ Stomp Springs.
Miss Alda Rae Wheeler has gone
to Little Mountain to spend several
weeks with Miss Jenny Lee Kinard.
Mesdames J. B. Hartman, F. M.
Boggans and H. P. Wicker, left Saturday
L Mesdames Wyche, Julian and Nance
r and daughters spent the week end at
> Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wise, Messrs.
J. F. Browne and R. K. Wise spent
F Monday in Columbia.
Mrs. Sidney Wheeler spent several
Hav* last. week, with her brother, Mr.
Bushnell Miller, in the Mt. Pilgrim
Miss Victoria Crosson spent the:
week-end at Newberry.
Miss Clinkscales, of Anderson, is vis-j
iting Miss Clara Brown,
i Mr. E. 0. Counts and little son,
ft. have .gone to Spencer, X. C., to visit
Mrs. T. Brown.
Mrs. Jake Wheeler, of Columbia, is
i visiting Mrs. S. M. Mathis.
Miss Mary Capers has returned to !
Washington, after a month stay to
her aunt, Mrs. J. T. "Wise. j
MINISTER GONZALES RECEIVED.
Monoeal Gives Cordial Welcome to
Son of Distinguished Patriot?
L Calls Exchanged.
j Habana, Cuba, Aug. 9.?Capt. Wil-1
liem E. Gonzales, of Columbia, S. C.,
^ envoy extraordinary and minister
plenipotentiary from the United States
*r> rho rannhlic nf Cuba. today pre- '
sented his credentials to President i
Menocal. The new minister was cor- j
dially received by the president, who
referred feelingly to the father of the
new minister, Col. Ambrosio Jose
Gonzales, a noted Cuban patriot.
After the reception at the palace,
Capt. Gonzales' returned to his hotel,
through cheering crowds which lined
x the streets. As a mark of honor the
Cuban government furnished Capt-. j
Gonzales with an escort of cavalry, |
both to and from the National palace, j
Today had been set for the presentation
of the new minister's creden-1
tials and his reception by the presiJ
1 fl'mo Qt Qf D
Utill I. _"i.t LUC a^uiuicu Uixtv uvuvv
carriages of the Cuban government,
* occupied by prominent officials, drove i
up to the hotel. Angleterre, where j
Capt. Gonzales has made his .tempoi-ot-it
Vioo^rmartorc sirirp he landed
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from the steamer Havana of the Ward
Welcomed by President.
The formalities of greeting over,;
Minister Gonzales and his party, including
the two secretaries of the le- j
gation, were ushered into the waiting j
vehicles. Escorted by a squadron of
cavalry, the carriages with the official
party drove up to the gates of |
the National palace. A battalion of infantry
drawn up before the official
residence of the chief executive saint'pri
as the new minister drove up i
and the band played the Cuban na-1
Capt. Gonzales was then v escorted
into the audience chamber, where he
was greeted- by. President Menocal
and a cloud of other dignitaries, including
the .commander of the army,
the admiral of the navy, the governor
of the province and members of the
Minister Gonzales delivered to the
president the letter of recall to Arthur
M. Beaupre, former minister, and i
presented his own letters of credence, i
He made a short address to the
. president of the republic, who replied i
in cordial terms. President Menocal
* spoke of the service of the new min\
istes's father, whom he describd as
V a in the first Cuban revolution!
for independence and designer of the j
\ Cuban flag. The president also told
how Col Gonzales was wounded at
tW battle of Cardenas, 63 years ago.
The audience at an end, Capt. Gonzales
and his secretaries left the National
palace, while the band played
"The Star Spangled Banner." Through
* streets lined with people eager to see
r ?? a nwrtt Anfir cr I
tne new envoy irum hac pzuicvuuo l
public to the north, the diplomatic
party proceeded back to the hotel,
under the escort of the cavalry.
Later in the day the new minister
and the Cuban secretary of State exchanged
Governor Gilchrist in ?wberry.
Governor Albert W. Giicnrist, 01
I Florida, was in Newberry on Saturday
J on business. After completing his
business, Dr. Jas. Mcintosh, president
of the Newberry Savinq* Bank, Mr.
L. AV. Floyd, Mr. F. L. Bynum, and
E. H. ?Aull, gave Governor Gilchrist
a ride around the city, and all the
party were the guests of Dr. Mcln
[tosh a: lunch at Newberry hotel.
Governor Gilchrist was very much
iinpressed with Newberry and had
many nice things to say about the
town. He is a native of Greenwood
and a son of ^irs. .las. Y. Gibbes, oi
Columbia . He served as governor of
'q for three years, his term havj
ing expired on the 1st of January last.
i Just before going to press on Monday
afternoon a 'phone message from
| Kinards announces two open bolls of
cotton on one stalk, which makes
four to date.
Baltimore Man to Marry Xewberry
Probate Judge Claude C. Schumpert
just before we went to press Monday
afternoon issued marriage license to
Mr. Harry A. Machen, of Baltimore,
Md., and Miss Charlotte Louise Metts,
of Whitmire. They are to be married
at Whitmire on Tuesday.
Mrs. J. M. Wilson and sister, Miss
Lucy Dominick, are spending a few
days with their sisters, Mrs. R. J.
Watts and Mrs. A. R. Boozer.
Mr. J. J. Amick left Monday for the
Northern markets to purchase fall
and winter goods.
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.
By and under authority of an order
passed by Honorable C. C. Schumpert,
Judge of Probate for Newberry
County, S. C., I will sell at public
auction :o the highest bidder, for
cash, the following personal property
of Martha A. Miller, deceased, at her
former residence near Pomaria, Newberry
County, s. C., at 11 o'clock a.
m., Thursday, August 14th, 1913, to
wit: One sideboard, bedding, one invalid'?
rhair. 1-3 interest in one mow
er, 1-3 interest in one rake, 1-3 interest
in one buggy, 1-3 interest-in;
one Wc "on, 1-2 interest in one stove
and 1-2 interest in dishes.
Mary J. Miller,
Administratrix of the personal estate
of Martha A. Miller, deceased. i
July 25th, 1913.
T'Viinn A /->o r? ar/iT7 TTctTTI fi VP
X' Ui U1UU J. ?
months. Salary $40. Election will
be held on the first Saturday of August.
Applications may be filed with
cither of the undersigned.
C. L. Wilson,
Prosperity, R. F. D.
J. C. Kinard,
D. W. Buzahrdt,
Newberry, R. F. D.
Eczema Fifty Tears?Now
I Seems a long time to endure the
awful burning, itching, smarting,
skin-disease known as "tetter"?another
name for Eczema. Seems good
to realize, also, that Br. Hobson's Eczema
Ointment has proven a perfect
Mrs. D. L. Kearney writes: "I cannot
sufficiently express my thanks to
you for your Dr. Hobson's Eczema
Ointment. It has cured my tetter,
which' has troubled me for over fifty
years.'1 All druggists, or by mail,
PFEIFFER CHEMICAL CO.
St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing between
T. A. Williams, R. E. Williams,
DeWitt G. Johnson and R. P. Pearson,
under the firm name of The Newberry
Untertaking Company has been
dissolved by mutual consent of all the
partners. The terms of the said dissolution
are set forth in a written
agreement on file and recorded in the
office of the clerk of court for Newberry
county, South Carolina. Persons
holding claims against the. Newberry
Undertaking Company will present
the same to T. A. Williams, and
all -nprsnnc indebted to the said Dart
nership will make settlement with
said T. A. Williams.
1 . DeWitt C. Johnson.
T. A. Williams.
R. P. Pearson.
R. E. "Williams.
Newberry, S. C., July 14th, 1913.
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
Effective April 27,1918.
4-yv riinnran YnHflfi \
IV Miau^c TVAIUVUI JVUWI;
| No. 4 Lv. Columbia 5.50 a. th.
No. 18 Lv. Columbia 4.00 p. m.
No. 2 Lv. Columbia 6.35 p. m.
No. 36 Lv. Columbia 7.45 p. m.
No. 19 Lf\ Columbia 7.00 a. m.
No. 1 Lv. Columbia 12.10 p. m.
Vn 01 T.v Pnlnmhia 5.00 n. m.
Xo. 3 Lv. Columbia 12.20 a. m.
Trains 1 and 2, Florida-Cuba Special.
Trains 3 and 4, Seaboard Fast Mail.
Trains 18 and 36, Hamlet lonal. Trains
19 and 21 Savannah loc^l.
Ticket Office 1225 Main St. Phone
574. C. E. Boisseau, Jr., City Ticket
Agts., Columbia S. C. J. S. Etchberger,
Trav. Pass. Agent. C. W. Small, Div.
p*ss. Agt. Savannah, Ga.?Adv.
I THE BEST HOT Ml
The Old Standard, General
Enriches the Blood and Bui
FOR GROWN PEOPL
It is a combination of QUININE and I
! fully strengthen? and tortihes tne system
the hot summer. GROVE'S TASTELES
Chills and Fever, Weakness, general debil
vigor to Nursing Mothers and Pale, Sicklj
out purging. Relieves nervous depressio
action and purifies the blood. A True 1
Strengthened Guaranteed by your Druj
All persons holding claims against
the estate of Martha A. Miller, deceased,
are hereby notified to present
same, duly attested, to me or my at'
torneys, Messrs. Hunt, Hunt & Hunter,
on or before the 20th day of Au- j
When your fee
aching and sweat;
in a bowl of wate
| That's all?25c B<
pie package at T
I Backing Up t
j fTTF we ^n'^
r^ wjH 1J future, and
L??3r you or anyt
II # (Hi: tniQK 01 us,
UL&L and 0ther n
? money, but we could n
to them. The kicks woi
away, and soon there v
I H C engines.
I H C engines stand
opposed to such a poli<
to build always for the
of the American farmer
been successfully worl
The dealer who sells yc
nn i fc mft; tn
\SLA A U ?. w
again. The purchaser
I H C Oil an*
buys security and safet;
the many years of squai
f-ation back of all I H C
H it is the best engine b
him efficient service in
? pumping, sawing ws
repair shop, grindstone
He knows that I H C r
as long as the engine is
I H C oil and gas er
gasoline, naphtha, ke
alcohol. Sizes range fr
They are built vertica
5 . stationary, skidded, e
cooled. I H C oil trac
Lcok over an IH<
dealer's. Learn from 1:
you, or write for catalo
sthbs ti toe
Tonic. Drives out Malaria.
Ids up the Whole System.
,E AND CHILDREN.
RON in a tasteless form that wonderi
to withstand the depressing effect of
>S chill TONIC has no equal for Malaria,
ity and loss of appetite. Gives life and
f Children. Removes Biliousness withn
and low spirits. Arouses the liver to
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.unit: ?uu oure Appetizer, a.
ggist. We mean it. 50 cents.
gust, 1913, and all persons indebted
to said estate are hereby notified to
pay same on or before September 1st,
Mary J. Miller,
A<m'?istratrix of the personal es-1
cav o+' Martha A. Miller, deceased.
UR FEET I
t are hot, tired,
y, drop a i
n .1 mil.
r and soak 'em.
ox, or free sam- j
lift Rfvjcall Store.
i WEEKS, I
RY, S. C.
? |" jniimMam.1->vwmma
ii* ar?A"^* t t fi inr-'TiJiniiiiii urn in - ?imm?
lie Purchaser |
have an eye to the
if we didn't care what
>ody else was going to
we could sell engines
.lachines for much less
ot put IH C quality in
ild start coming in rignt |g
/ould be no market for
for everything that is
cy. The I H C way is
respect and good will
and to that end it has
king for many years.
)u an I H C engine ex- |
do business with you
fl (Hqc FnrnriP I
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y with it. He banks on
:e dealing and the repu/
machines. He knows
argain because it gives
all kinds of farm work
Dod, spraying, running
y cream separator, etc.
esponsiDinry ior inasis
; in service on his farm.
igines operate on gas, g
rosene, distillate, and ||
om 1 to 50-horse power.
1, horizontal, portable,
lir-cooled and watertors
range in size from M
rer, for plowing, thresh
0 engine at tfte local H ,
lim what it will do for ||
gues to If
* Company of America
1 " * ,
The Security Loan & Ii
Has secured the services
lace to canvass for our
partment, and Mr. J. F.
Mr. McSwain in the othei
business. We ask for th
to present the advantage
pany offers in
Life, Fire, Health &
Stock, Hail, Cotton (
Automobile and all oth
O. B. Mayer, \V. A. McSwairi,
President. V. P. &
On September 21
to the boy holdi
amount of cash reg
A COW-BOY'S SUIT
This Suit consists oi
Pants, 1 Shirt, 1 H
MA/tlr 1 Picfnl ^
LUC llCV^IVy JL A lOVVt ?
' Lasso Rope.
Save your checks
a boy, give them to
boy and make him
not cost you anyth
give him a great de
Remember, you g
everything that yo
JI^ao n/\f lYiin
ucriv uuco iiui givt
ask for it.
"Better Goods at
The HODSE ?f 1
A Rare Op]
Do you know I have
most desirable stores <
one of the best blocks,
annot help but make n
This store always rents
will guarantee good t
store with same loca
bought at anything lil
is a bargain that will no
again. Come to see m
the phone?No. 57.
J. A. B
of Mr. C. W. WalLife
ley to assist
departments of our
lem an opportunity
s which our com8
er kinds of Insurance.
J. N. McCaughrin,
: Treas. Secretary.
ruu T ,?;u
KJ III X TT111 gAW
ng the largest
f 1 pair Leather
at, 1 Scarf for
^ 11 1 11
5caDDora ana i
If you haven't
some one else's
happy. It will
ting, and it will
sal of pleasure,
et a check with
u buy. If the
a vAii a rliprt
L* J VU
for sale one of the
>n Main street, in
at a price that you
aoney by holding.
well, is large and
enant The only
tion that can be
ke the price. This
t be offered to you
e, or call me over