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The Herald and News
"nter?**i at the Postotifici " w
rry, S. C., as 2**d class matter.
E. H. AULL. EDITOR
Tuesday, November 4, 1913
Mr. J. H. Koon. in charge of the
chain gang in No. JO township, has
twiilt an excellent road from the main
road between Prosperity and Little
Mountain to the Jolly Street school
I house. If the people who live along
that road now will drag it occasional<
ly, there is no reason why there should
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munity for years to come. If, however,
it is n-eglected there will not be any
road. We understand that the chain
gang is going to be moved in a few
days on the road between Prosperity
and Little Mountain, some portions of
which are badly in need of attention.
Mr. G. D. Brown, county superintendent
of education, brought to The
Herald and News on Monday about- 12
o'clock a long article, "cl-san up" score
card and other matter pertaining to
the rural school association, coverins:
the rules, regulations and nrizes
offered. It is impossible for The
Herald and News to handle this much
matter on Monday unless the copy
was handed in earlier. The Herald
and News is ready, willing and anxious
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tu ULC1 y 111 CYCIJ TT CLJ pjOOlUiC tuc uctterment
of the rural schools and solicits
from the officials any information
that may bet helpful in the betterment
of these schools, but in order to handle
it properly, long articles should reach
the office before 12 o'clock of the day
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Friday, November 7th, is fixed as
"clean up" day. We notice that the
* county board of education offers to
| fire $5.00, to be used for school purk
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-? Soses in the district/ The county
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t superintendent of education requests
that each ^school. in1 the county observe
at least one-half of "clean-up"
day next Fridav. 4kitd thai renort Ha
$s&ade to thte counts superintendent of
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: -ftfyiucation. $ We will print the rules
ifakd regulations in BViday's issue, and
H-yie now make tbis statement so that
! the trustees, teachers and pupils may
know that Friday is set apart as
"clean-up" day for the schools in the
The Rock Hill iierald speaking of
the retirement of Senator McLaurin
from the race for governor says: "To
exchange peace and plenty for politics
in South Carolina at this time would
be foolish on the part of McLaurin
or any other man of his ability and
character." All of which is very truenot
only of politics at this time in
South Carolina but of politics at any
place at any time. There are no peace
and plenty in politics at any time at
any place. The man who wants peace
of mind and of soul had better remain
out of polfircs.
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Everybody knew it was going to
happen sooner or later, somewhere
and in some way, for all the world
loves a lover and kec.ps up with him,
but it took Newberry by surprise to
hear of the marriage of Mr. John Henry
Baxter and Miss Helen Satterwhite
at the Lutheran parsonage Sunday
evening at six o'clock, by the Rev.
Edw. Fulenwider. No cards, no attendants.
It was a quiet occasion, but
furnished a Monday morning topic of
conversation to those (and they are
many) who like to discuss such pleasant
little romantc affairs in the life of
a community where everybody knows
each other and all are well posted on
the movements of other people, especially
when they are prominent or
The bride and groom are popular
in their large and interesting circles,
having the largest kind of a number of
friends in the city and county, and
each is well known in other sections
of the State. The bride is the charming
and attractive daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Satterwnite and tiie Handsome
and happy groom is a son of Mr.
and Mrs. P. P. Baxter. He is a fortunate
young man who by bis correct
methods and habits stands well in the
community, having a good and prosperous
business, and starts the married
life with as bright prospects as
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Wc w sh the well-matched pair long
years of usefulness and happiness. For
the present they are at home to th ir
friends at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Tidmarsh.
Two beautiful fowls were shown the
reporter Saturday, by Mr. J. M. K.
Bushardt, who got them from Mr. R.
F. Eleazer, at Irmo. They are half
turkey and half guinea, from a bronze
turkey gobbler and a pearl guinea hen, j
pnrf t It a hirric mskp a nrpttv cicrht tn !
see. The cross with a fine bronze '
gobler and a beautiful pearl guinea
forms a fowl worth while.
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ANiNUUNCfcMfcIN 1 5
Z. F. Wright is hereby nominated
as a candidate for re-election as mayor
of Newberry and will abide the rules
of the democratic party.
FOR ALDERMAN WARD 1.
J. Chesley Dominick is hereby
nominated as a candidate for Alderman
from Ward 1, and will abide the
rules of the democratic primary.
Alderman Ward 4.
C. M. West is hereby announced as
a candidate for alderman from Ward
14, and will abide the rules of the democratic
$250 in Cash F
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bushel of oats grown in \
District of this State, One
of Seventy-five, so that tfa
For the best bushel of
For the next best
For the third best
For the fourth best
For the fifth best
For the sixth best
| There have been no chat
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the contest, > lamtnakrit
dred dollars instead of sevt
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We have just rece
Gorham Silver; some
terns, neat and nut]
Gorham quality case:
Large Shipment di
tory. No middleman':
spot cash. Noseconi
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uui icoi quauijf \jui \
We have too man
prices if purchased i
"Kippendorf" "means quality" and
that's what Ewart-Perry sell.
Messrs. "Ewart-Perry Co., keep
"brands with a name" that speak for
BILE IS NATURE'S DC
Sci nee now teaches that disease is
due to an implanted germ of some
kind. Not only infectious disease, but
all other intestical troubles?all these
things are due' to implanted germs.
These germs once in t'he bodv, multi- i
ply by millions. Nature provides for
their| extermination, but sometimes is ,
unequal to the task.
When nature begins to lose in this
fignt ol extermination, you soon ieei
the excess toxins or poisons?your i
head aches?your tongue is coated?
you are dizzy and you grow worse
unless this multiplication of germs?
that inhibit further germ growth. Release
this Bile and relieve the trouble.
How to release the bile.
The old time doctor who had no regard
for the patient's comfort, would
give a good big dose- or two of Podo^rizes
for Oats I!
he cash prize for the best j
the Third Congressional
Hundred Dollars, instead
i prizes will he as follows; i
iges m the conditions of
a tht* -firfit irrize one. hun?
Anderson, 5, C
ived a nice line ol
i of the latest pati
j designs, cased in ||
s. Just the correct
it Glass! i
irect from the fac5
nrnfit Rnnahf for
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Is or chipped pieces,
y Watches. Special
"Lady you wear a smile that won't r
come off?and why" because I wear a
"Kippendorf shoe" that mean_ solid
comfort and my f et feel good-makes
me feel good all over.
phyllin. (May Apple Root or as it is
sometimes called, Mandrake). It
would gripe, it would make them sick
as a norse, out 11 Drougni ine Due
from the Liver every time.
Nowadays such strenuous rem'dies
are tabooed. But nothing has
ever replaced this old-time tried remedy.
Science has been working for
years to take the gripe and -nausea
out of Podophyllin and now in PoDoLax
you have the old Bile-start
ing power of Podophyllin without the
gripe and nausea.
We suggest that you go to your !
friend?(the druggist?and discuss
this Podopnyllin?PoDoLax question.
Get it straight from someone you
know. We are confident of results.
E. E. Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky. j
Sold by P. E. Way, druggist.
(A pair of Kippendorf ladies' shoes | j
first special prize to be awarded by
"Messrs, Ewart-Perry Co.," to the con- ! J
t?$tant turning m largest number of jf
subscriptions this week.
This is special offer week in the
prize voting contest, you get 50,000 extra
votes for every club of fifteen one- ,
You say you do but. do you? Trade
witn KoDinson tne nve ana ten cent j
man" who is awarding an elegant set
of cups and saucers and plates in the J
prize voting contst, this week.
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salt Dr. L L Crimm.
Will be in Newberry until the
ISth of November. - ? "
flrnss Eves sfcraip-hfened i
with Dr. Crimm's glasses
Thirteen years Dr. Crimra
has been coming to New-!
berry, a good guarantee of.
his SKILL and fair dealing, i
Office over Burton's Real
Estate office. oDoosite Her
aid and News office. I
( ^1REATER than the IV
where the royalty
Milan, the Grand C
in fart than all the
i| is the seventh floor of Buil
modern structures of steel
To this building: in the
the city of Philadelphia, comej
whole world. Today it may
Tetrazzini, or Schumann-Hein
in making a masterpiece lik<
Kubelik, or Elman, or Harry
his band, or Victor Herbert ai
i5ut wnoever u is ui wiwic
ing is heard, day in and day out, ye
has ever heard.
And unlike music that is h
its rendition, Victor music lives foi
processes necessary to i:s perpetuat
10) to be heard again and again in
of the recording room on the sever
You can hear some of this ex
Victors $10 to $100. Victo
1 he only Lie
Columbia Graphonolas n
The Iaeal Muacal Instrument for
Your Home ' ;
An assortment at prices from $20 to $SOO, and j M
Records from 65c to $7.SO of any style music I 9
from Ragtime to Grand Opera.
U. & I. L. baiter 1
Will be pleased to demonstrate this beautiful music ^
at their Studio at I
i_*aat juiiu iTJLciiii ijiicui a
Any day or m the evenings 8 to 10 o'clock.
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HAVE YOU CONSIDERED THE BOLL WEYIL?
At best it can't be many more years before befi
reaehes us, and he is likely to appear here or there i |
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any season; ahead of the general advance, The; '? , ,
man who gets some first dass seed oats, barley,: "T
rye, vetch, alfalfa and clover and sows it over ' i
Read's Grain Accelerator, the "guano that grows ^
the grain," which we also handle, is the man who'^
is prepared for the boll wevil. ,
5UMMER BROS. CO.
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e greatest musical ^ .
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[etropolitan Opera House; greater than Covent Garden,
of England is entertained; greater than La Scala at
)pera House of Paris, and the Royal Opera of Berlin;
nnrl nloppc nf ^nt^rtainmpnf* in til P WD rid
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ding No. 5?the centre of a city in itself formed by the
and concrete that house the giant industry of the Victor
i city of Camden, just across the historic Delaware River from
; a never-ending* procession of the very greatest artists in the
r be Caruso or An ito, and tomorrow it may bo Melba, or
k, or Farrar; or it 1 y ve several of them assembling- to unite
s the "Sextette f~" :da." Or it may be Paderewski, or
Lauder, or Blanche : ru-.;; and then again it might be Sousaand
id his orchestra.
irer the organization, v \:rcd that within the four walls of this build:ar
in and year out, mu uil its forms such as no other place on earth
eard in any other place. 1 ' h is only a momentary pleasure ending with
ever. From its begini ; liuilding No. 5, it goes through the various
ion and eventually leavt i' * ^hipping department (Buildings Nos. 9 and
hundreds of thousands o; Irenes, just as it is heard in the sacred precincts
ith floor of Building No. 5.
quisite music today. O n~ > > nd we'll gladly play your favorite selections.
r-Victrolas $15 to i - -is to suit your convenience.
talers for Victrola in this
i\. & M. M. Salter