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W. C. LKBX, Jit* MAI
PUT HAT IN RING
Laurens Man Will Probably Enter
Gubernatorial Bace Next Summer.
Now Member of Legislature.
Laurens, Nov. 7.?It is announced
here today that W. C. Irby, Jr., member
of the legislature from this coun:y,'
? - * Ji 3 - X . ?
will prooaDiy De a cancuaaie ior guvernor
in next summer's campaign.
He has not definitely decided but it
is known that he has the matter under
He has been honored by the people
of Laurens county by being elected
to the legislature five times, having
entered politics about 11 years
He has some well defined ideas on
certain governmental Questions to
ard Brands that
Note that Nine Quarts ar
I CORN 4-qts
I Cheatham's Indian Corn.. $4.00 .
% \ MALT
) Cheatham's Malt 4.00
/ Duffy's Malt 4.00
I Ch'ham's Lib. Bell Rye 4.00
f Clifford Rye 4.50
I Ch'tham's Gold B'nd Rye 5.00
\ Cheatham's Lincoln No.8 4.00
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I I am an expert.
I of the kind tha
8 Send Order tot
? 1221-23 Market Street
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to health an
> in the morning a cl
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: coldest day.
natch, and the Perfc
you can carry it t
id or sew in comfort
action Heater is just
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Section, or write for descriptive
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which he has devoted much thought
in recent years. As a member of
the legislature he has been active in
trying to get through some of his
measures. At the last session he in^i-.
a n-Vi i nVi ia nnw npnH
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ing, which would allow the people
to vote on the question of requiring
the State to borrow money from the
ri government for the purpose of loaning
to those who wanted to buy
homes. He has also introduced a
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he is a strong advocate of the State
warehouse proposition. He favors
the ten-hour labor law and is in favor
of the strict enforcement of the
child labor law. He is opposed to
.immigration because it brings to this
section cheap labor in competition
to our own people. He has a bill
before the legislature requiring the
nrz rsonally gut
I satisfaction u
must fully meet
j J val and should i
I Guarantee is to 1
own expense a:
[ your money.
J ?here are some j
were never before
e sold for the price of eight9-ats
l-?al 2-gaIs BOURBOF
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$ 8.00 $ 3.50 $ 6.75 Cheatham's Old Bo
c nn o ?a r~ Rye Malt Gin
8.00 3.d0 6. to Gordon Gin
Peach Brandy No.
8.00 3.50 6.75 Peach Brandy No.
9.00 4.00 7.75 APF
10.00 4.50 8.50 Apple Brandy No. i
8.00 3.50 6.75 Apple Jt?randy iNo.
\e Quality by
jood; All Pure; All Fi
I ship only brand
-a -t . 1
t will meet witn i
lay, with P. O. Order?P
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is a "first aid"
d beauty. But it
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Heater you dress
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as good as a fire,
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Charlotte, N. C.
Charleston, W. Va.
Charleston, S. C.
cotton mills to make statements from
f/\ firvirt at? +l-ioff if woxr ha
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known whether they are in a trust
or whether the email shareholders
are being oppressed or denominated by
the larger stockholders. These measures
or reform as he views them,
are among some of the planks he
would write into his platform provided
he should decide to enter the
LUTHERANS DOWN CLINTON.
Second Clash of Season Between Two
Teams Besnlts in Same Score,
51 to f.
Newberry. Nov. 7.?With many
substitutes injected into the lineup
] the Newberry Indians this afternoon
'defeated the Presbyterian college of
irantee you entire I
nth every order.
with your appro
my bottle fail, my
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caKe it DacK at. my
nd gladly refund I
D. CHEATHAM. I
prices on Stand- I
-EXPRESS PREPAID. 1
4 4-qte 9-qts l-gal 2-gais \
urbon $6.00 $12.00 1 J
GIN / S
4.00 8.00 3.50 6.75 \
4.25 8.50 \ ^
CH RRANDY r
6 4.00 8.00 3.80 7.25
7 5.00 10.00 4.50 8.75 \
>LE BRANDY 1
6 4.00 8.00 3.80 7.25 /
7. 5.00 10.00 4.50 8.75. /
the Price ?|
illy Guaranteed 1j
s 1 know to be |
four approval. J
CHATTANOOGA, TENN. ffl
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| the strong
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South. Carolina eleven, 51 to 0. The l
same score decided the game between l
the same teams in Cblumbia Wed- 1
nesday of fair week. i
At no time this afternoon was Newberry's
goal threatened. . Deaton,
Newberry's star tackle, whose work
featured the Davidson game last Saturday,
was again the star. Renkin,
| the Charleston boy who plays right *
; end for the Lutherans did good j5
I work. Ralph Baker, who did much ! *
| running with the ball, proved a most v
consistent ground gainer.
Capt. Thomas did the best work for 1
the Presbyterians, both on the de- j1
fense and offense. j1
McLean. Newberry's fast little quar- ?
ter, was out of the game on account c
of injuries received in the Davidson *
rr, T-? .4. ? cr: -trof/lc. ^
| i wice rteiifuii wciit auuui wu
I for touchdowns. The crowd was
(large, about 1,500 persons during the 1
| A feature of the afternoon was the.,
i manner in which the officials ran the I ,
rr>v> +"h a nlav mnvino' p rt d I
game. iuc^ jvcpi, ym,; ^
there was no protest. |
, Newberry plays College of Charles- j
ton next Saturday at Charleston. c
The Linc-np. ^
Newberry Presbyterian, c
J. Derrick 1. e. Stephenson ,
P. Derrick 1. t Belk
Shealy 1. g. Bell
Hipp c. Linton
Crotwell r. g. Thompson
Deaton t. t. Hicklen
Renkin r. e. Carmichael
Flovd q jacoDs
Boland 1. h. Miller
R. Baker r. h. Buchner
Nichols f. b. Tho 05; |
Substitutions: Efird for J. Derri^K, ! ]
Boland for P. Derrick, Derrick for i
Shealy, Dorkins for Crotwell, Jones i
for Renkin, Wise for Floyd, S. Baker | :
for Boland, Weimer for Nichols i
Slaughter for R. Baker. I <
Referee, Paesailaigue (Carolina).
wracsnsTV". "3r- 1
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: That Always Has Thi
dWrMi CoBT??ht 1909. br C- s. Zimmerman Co ?Jit. 1
a j% m
1 money is safe in <
don't have to woi
for behind our 1
ned resources of
jest financial m
5ut your mone;
iasy sailing if you ha
:e in a savings accou
>n savings deposits.
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[Jmpire, Porter (Carolina) Head- w
inesman, Jacobs (Presbyterian), gf
fimeskeepers, Martin (Virginia).
Time of quarters: 15, 12, 15, 12. j T1
A New Directory. w
The new directory of the Southern ^
3ell has been delivered to the subi
bribers at Newberry and Prosperi:y,
)y Manager J. J. Roach. The' new
lirectory is attractive in appearance
md contains all tlie changes and cor,.
. , , 711
ections in listing that have been
nade since the last directory was
jrinted. The number of new names ^
ippearing in the list w-ould indicate
hat there are constant additions to ,
.he number of subscribers at New- ,
jerry and Prosperitv, and the teletn
)hone development is continuous.
The Southern Bell has evolved a j
)lan whereby it furnishes telephone ' m
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ervice iu laiuuers duu umci iuiai i qj.
esidences on an economical basis. _
^.s a result the telephone is now the
ule rather than the exception, on #
he farm and farmers in all sections ^
>f the State are installing telephones a
n their homes. The plant of the ff
southern Bell at Newberry and Pros- J
>erry, is maintained at a high state | ^
>f efficiency and the subscribers are j
"We want all skin sufferers who have
suffered for many years the tortures of st
disease and who have sought medical aid t
Jn vain, to read this. of>
We, as old established druggists of
this community, wish to recommend to
you a product that has given many relief
and may mean the end of your po
agony. The product is a mild, simple aG
wash, not a patent medicine concocted of an
various worthless drugs, but a scientific
compound made of well known antiseptic
ingredients. It is made in the D.D.D. th
laboratories of Chicago and is called the j if
U.U.JJ. ireicnpnoB iur .. nQ
This is a doctor's special prescription
?one that baa affected many wonderful
e Money" t,
some of I
Ari in the
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ve a good ;
tit with our
ell satisfied with the service Man??
?r J J. Roach is rendering.
dewberry at the Colored Fair.
tie State, 5th.
Newberry county has a fine exhibit,
hich is in charge of G. C. Williams.
e is one of the leading negro farmers
! Newberry county. At one time he
as superintendent of the agricultural
apartment of the State college at
rangeburg. He is well-to-do, owns
>nsiderable property, and is fond of
IK XiUi SCO. X 11C CAUlulbi] vri iivnuwijr
unty consist of corn, pea hay and
it straw in bales, throe varieties of
le sweet potatoes, three kinds of
>as, oats and cotton. Williams inrms
the writer that Newberry coun'has
been favored with fine crops
is year and especially a good crop
noflfi TTiir is to he noted. es
icially because of the fact that in
any counties the pea crop is a failure
t account of the dry weather.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
TIIE DIAMOND BRAND. A
Ladies! A?kyour Drujrclst for /i\
'i( Cbl-chea-ters Diamond Bran<L^V\
lMHs in Red and Gold meuMcVV/
v boxes, sealed with Blue Ribbon.
n ^ 5&JI Toko no otber. Buy of your V
I m Dragylflti Ask for Clfl-CIIEg-TER 6
C Jjf DIAMOND BRAND FILLS, for 25
"Q* & years known as Best, Safest, Always Reliable
^?r SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
The effect of D. D. D. Is to soothe Ini<
antly, as soon as applied; then it peneates
the pores, destroy* ind throws
? all disease germs and leaves the
in clean and healthy.
"We are so confident of the marvelous
wer of D. D. D. that we have take*
vantage of the manufacturers guar
tee, to offer you a full-size bottle of
ial. You are to judge the merits ol
e remedy In your own particular casa
it doesn't help you, it costs yoi
D. D. D. Soap is made of the same
"1;^ A clr i?a o Vimit it.
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ists, Newberry, S; S,