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I Is a Coll
1 No college t
cent of the young ir
at home because th<
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to seek it. utizen
thousands of dollar:
1 Few men of pr
or other been stude:
believe in the Collej
f There are a go
ought to be over at
proverb that "a pro
It will do them no 1
think of this Colleg
*| The Faculty of
annually well train*
I Next Session (
NAMES CLAYTON SENATOR. I many of
Clayton ReceiYes Commission in Gov- unanimo
ernor's Office and Prepares to conclusic
T nnr/v fAt* WaclimflrfAn PPIltlVP }
JUCaiC XVI. TT U^lllUftlVU* VVMW*'V
'Montgomery, Ala., Aug. 12.?Shortly
after 5 o'clock this afternoon. Gov- SE>"I
ernor O'Xeale announced the appointment
of Representative Henry D. Slayer T
Clayton to the United State senate, Begu
to fill the vacancy caused by the death
of Senator Joseph Forney Johnston.
Mr. Clayton's commission was deliver- George
ed to him in the governor's office. The , ...
, 7 , day afte:
ceremonv was brief. .
iui. uiaj'Luu avjctfyLt:a iae auyumicorporat
ment and announced that he would . ,
leave tonight for Washington to pre- Q^C6
sent his credentials to the senate. He Alc0]u
said he would not resign his seat in j his v,
the house until he is seated in the i ,
Ied u oon
.senate. . . '
O'eale defends His Course. Georgetc
Montgomery Ala., August 12?Gov- taking e]
?rnor O'Neale after naming Henry D. .
Clayton as United States senator to tirely
succeed the late Senator Joseph F. gtant ^
Johnston, tonight issued a signed , ^ .
statement in which he shows the au- I
thority under which he acted in filling i
. suers we
the vacancy in that manner. , ,
The statement recounts the election ,
of Senator Johnston for a term of six .. ,,
,, tive diss
years prior to the adoption and rati- .
fication of the seventeenth amendment,
and mentions the fact that numerous
attorneys of standing and ability have ^ "
teen conferred with He pays a high
tribute to his appointee and admits ? am ?<
.. . . . county
that he recognizes a very grave con- 1
stitutional question is presented about \
... . . . The dog
nrniAn Aminonr lomrT?AT?o i
V'i.xi.ii.atiu iav>;uo UlUCI .
"If ordered a special election, un- put> St
der the laws of Alabama," the gov- jpoor hu
ernor says, "from forty to sixty days |trough
would necessarily elapse before the a consid
election could be held and its results to (
ascertained and the State would incur ^^s^-pPea
. tC i Follow
a very large expense. If an extraordinary
session of the legislature was ^ 1 ^
convened it would necessarily require ^
considerable time before proper legis- 0(jg
lation could be secured. In either of ^
these contingencies, the State of Alabama
would be deprived for a consid
Ierable period of time of its right to ^as mu
nd fi r
equal representation in the senate, its
t li p t ra. ?
right to have an equal voice with the e
other sovereign States of the union in for
determining important legislation now ^er- e
"I have not reached this conclusion
without having given the matter se- Misfplj
rious thought, after consultation with the resu
pi^BWllW." \ HUH MV
he State has more loyal local support. IS
len who go to college, go to their own Col
;y can get what they want without goin
s of the county regardless of creed h?
5 to the endowment of .
>.t i r<Ji
ominence in the community have not at ?
nts "over on the hill." Ask any of thei
*e or not. It is the county's most valua
od many boys in Newberry county, how*
the College. Perhaps their parents do
phet is not without honor save in his own
larm to read what other people away fr
the University of Virginia says: "You
lit college f<
Dpens September 18.
the most eminent lawyers and ONLY A CHICKED (
if the State,'who practically!
usly concur with me in the Nothing of Crew of Mx
>n I have reached, that the ex- - Picked up at
las the power to fill this va
appointment." Tampa, Fla., August
^ life but a chicken aboa
>S BULLETS INTO WIFE. ing schooner, Mobile, ]
miles west of Tampa by
lien Escapes and Man-hunt is jer standard Saturday,
n vooppa \T/kh nrTironfoTia i ^.his port today. Se^
U. V^A. V iULW AU^VWiVUU
Vengeance. John Cothris, owner of
Tampa for a trip to
grounds. It is not know
itown, August 12. tester- were crew. TJ
rnoon a 'negro laborer at the sailing, with all sails s
the Atlantic Coast Lumber e(j Up thje Stand;
ion by the name of Robert crew were fine perso:
son drew his money at the pay m
iting he intended to leave for Gasoline Sei:
His former home. Turning to ColumW A 12._In;
a native of this city, he call- . . . . .
State Hpnartmpnt of
her to pack up and go with , ,, ?AAAA ,,
. ? , held up o0,000 gallons
the next train. Upon her re- .. ? .. ,
South Carolina, accord
3 accompany him away from . . _ ~ _
, , , nouncement from Comr
iwn, he drew a pistol and shot ,.
, ? ^ son. The gasoline was
:e at close ranSe' one bullet ground that "it was 1
Erect In the bank and the oth- q? Une_.
mg the ear and passing en- , <4_, .. . ., ^
I The gasoline held up
trough the head, causing in- . ..
, ? . , the requirements of th<
>ath. Thereupon Richardson ... ... ... .
, ? , F , , will not allow it to be
ht for the woods with several ~ .. ,, ,, A
Carolina, said the con
en in pursuit. Twice the pur- . AAA .. .
* , said that 6,000 gallons 1
>re fired at by Richardson, but . ., .
' , held from the market
continued the chase until the . ,
. There is a large amou
fere reached, when the fugi- . . ? , .
care of an inspector at
ippeared in the dense under- . . ., , |ta,
he said. Several th<
were seized at Chariest
was at once sent to County
;or G. D. Anderson, who had
Sampit Bridge, where the Insurance Fees SIio
ing is at work, to send the Columbia, Aug. 12.?]
blood hound, which arrived , master, commissioner,
thereafter in an automobile. ' that the State departmei
was put on the trail by De-, had collected $142,137.4
leriff Prevatt, but proved a the first of the year anc
uter. The negro was tracked amount for 1913 woul
the swamps and marshes for : mately $180,000. The
erable distance, until he came ' collected in 1912 was
*reek, when all signs of him fund lias been turned o\
LI CU. I LI t"ctJMl i C1 .
i'ing the creek for a quarter of j Fees amounting to
the deputy again struck the ' maintenance of the of
lere the negro had come out collected from the com]
ivater and taken to the open 120 was expended to A
The dog was again ineffective,
the hard soil the trail was
;pletely. The negro population The Best Pain
ch moved by the occurrence. BuckIea>s Arnlca Sa
nob gathered at the scene of pHed tQ a cut> bruise
;edy, women and men calling or sca]d> Qr other inju
reanre against the nprnptrntnr .
? . . . . . * will immediately remo1
ffort is being made to capture _ . . . .
E. Chc.mberlain of Clin
"It robs cuts and otl
* their terrors. As a h
iced confidence isn't always irs equal don't exist."
ilt of being absent-minded. for you. Only 25c. at ;
- -: -"i&SB?tgMWBIMMMMMHBMM
Honor in i
n the Case of
linety per Tj The President of the
[lege here men are distinguished ab
g abroad A Young Men's CI:
ive given moral atmosphere-among
college I visit."
D. C. Heathy the gri
* T 1 J J
over again, i wouiu: senu
some time ^ When you can: get fc
T1 ^ they dard education,
"o Why Send Yo,
nmvp tVip ^ The College srfves a
J-'-" ^ ^ l( c - CT" ?
country." A. B. It gives a thoroug
om home ical Engineering, prepari
of other Technical School
i send us ratories, its Gymnasium,
tions and its thorough coi
For Catalogue Add
)> BOARD: I 1
12.?With no ' |
rd, the spong- ; J[HJ j
picked up 100 |
the oil steam- j
was towed in-1
ren weeks ago m
the boat, left | I
the sponging j ?
n how many j
le vessel was
et, when pickard.
of the' It ITlC2iriS
ricnlture have I 1 *. 1
of gasoline in Kitcnen, ai
ing to an anQissioner
Wat- No fire tO
held up on the I
& be approxitotal
of fees i
$177,000. The | QTAIVF
'er to the State j * * *' A a.
$15,1-1 for i j wr
Eice have been Richmond, Va.
panies and $5--, Norfolk, Va.
Lllgust 1. I
Live when ap- S'DATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
, sprain, burn County of Newberry.
ry of the skin By C. C. Schumpert, Esquire, Prot
ce all pain. E. Judge.
? ' * * ? i
Ion, Me., says: wnereas, Mrs. Ann oiieaiy u
.er injuries of made suit to me, to grant her I
ealing remedy ters of Administration of the Est
Will do good of and erfects of G. M. Shealy
ill druggists. Thebe are therefore to cite ;
its Own G
University of South; Carolina sayi
ove all others in the-University."
iristian Association; Secretary sa
your students- is- better than at
eat publisher,, says:: "If I had bo>
them to a college-tee Newberry.
>r your boys everytMrsg you want
ir Boys Away From H
full Literary course leading to the
jh four-year course in Electrical an
ri cr tnpm fnr-nftftitinns fllnncrsirle of
"to sr ?? 0
s in the South. With its buildings
its Faculty of trained men, its h
urse of study, Newberry College is
Iress Pres. J. Henr
Vew Perjjeet ig
the rich natural flavor o
better cooking, a cleai
nd less work.
kindle, no drudgery of cc
)ARD OIL COP
. C (New Jersey) (
admonish all and singular the kindred be
and creditors of the said G. M. Shealy,
late deceased, that they be and appear of
before me, in the Court of Probate, to
ath be held at Newberry, S. C., on August
jet- 9th, 1913, next after publication there- ?
:ate of at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
? ~ ~~ ^ nmr tTiav Viora TffVlt !
b II <_>vV uausc, ij. auj uiicj "i'^i *? -"v and
the said Administration should not pi
5: "Your i""j' m
id: "The- ^
s to trains M
in a stan? j
d Mechan- ;
!, itsLabo- *
if the meat.
>al or ashes,
ke or soot.
, with least
n s e and
toves with 1, j
burners. See /
Charlotte, N. C.
Charleston, W. Va.
Charleston, S. C
Given under my hand, this 26th day
July Anno Domini, 1913.
C. C. Schumpfert,
J. P. N. C.
"I'm sorry, ma'am, but the other
iir Is there are both left. "?Lipnoctt's