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Porter Military academy vs. Newberry
November 21 or 22nd at Newi
berry. This will be the last appearance
of the Indians at home and the
last chance for the townspeople to
see the second best team in the State
play, (Clemson being given first call).
The Lutherans have made an enviable
record this far, winning four out
of five games played, and scoring 277
points against 39 for their opponents.
Hnnrh Thomas has develoDed a won
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derful machine out of practically j
green material and the team deserved j
the support if the city a great deal
more than has been given.
The squad will leave Friday for
Charleston where they will line up
against the strong college 01 unaneston
eleven. The dope favors Newi
berry predicting them to win by five
L or six touchdowns, but as comparaj
tive scores are very deceptive in foot?
ball the game may be looked forward
to as a close contest with the Indians
President Riggs having reversed
his decision in regard to Fulmers'
eligibility the big full back will be
seen in all of the remaining games
and will no doubt materially strengthen
The Excelsior society has elected
the following young men to represent
it in the annual inter-society
President, R. C. Floyd, Newberry.
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Let ILL, IU. Dioci, r jl iva9 aixu.
Debators, J. L. Keitt, Jr., Newberry,
B. J. Shealy, Springfield, Ga.
Orator, T. F. Suber, Prosperity.
Miss Gladys Chappelle, class of '13,
and now teaching at Edgefield, spent
a few hours on the campus Friday.
Prof. A. J. Bowers has returned
from Rome, Ga., where he attended
the Georgia synod.
fMr. A. J. Bowers, Jr., class of '08
and now engaged in government work
on the canal zone delivered a short
and instructive talk to the students
Thursday morning on the present;
conditions at the Panama canal.
Hie following Juniors delivered ora
tions in chapel saturaay moramg:
"The Prosperity of the Govern
meat," A. Lingle.
"Educational Advantages," Jas. L.
"The Impeachment of Governor
Sulzer," W. Mills.
Senator "Hoke" Smith, of Georgia,
will, deliver a short address before the
tttnitantft Saturdav morning. Novem
GOYERNOB AND LT. GOYEBNOB*
No Combination Between Them?Interview
From Lt. Governor Smith
?Comment by Got. Ble&se.
Special to The Herald and News.
Columbia, November 11.?Lienten
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ard Brands that
Note that Nine Quarts an
/ CASE GOODS 4-qts
^ \ Cascade $5.00 $
Lewis' 66 5.00
1 Yellowstone 5.00
(Upper Ten 5.00
Black Label 5.50
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I am an expert.
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Send Order toe
1 1221-23 Market Street
ant Governor Charles A. Smith gave
out the following interview with regard
to published reports:
"I read the article in the Orangeburg
Times and Democrat today for
the first time. It is not my purpose to
conduct my campaign along the lines
therein indicated. As to the beard
letter in The Columbia Record, it was
a good 'story' from the newspaper
standpoint, but there was nothing in
it save the irresponsible gossip of an
unnamed "politician", requiring no
statement from me. It may not be out
of place, however, to say that I have
receiver no invitation to any cancus
or convention of any politicians or set
of polticians at the State fair or else
where and therefore could not have
declined wth 'regrets.' There is nothing
!hidden or 'foxy' in my
position. I am an announced
candidate for governor of
South Carolina. This is an honorable
ambition. The office is the one that
means most to the people of the State
and should be subservient to no other.
I am in combination with no man or
set of men and seek only the bes: in- !
terests of fthe people of the State. I
have changed in no view of things j
political since my campaign tnree
years ago when my fellow citizens
heard and approved me. I am not nor
ever have been fastened to any
man's coat tail and seek the support
of every voter regardless of his political
affiliations past or present. I
hope to appeal to reason and not to
prejudice. When I face the people
I shall declare myself freely on all
This interview was published by the
News and Courier under the headline,
"Not Working for Gov. Blease." When
asked for a statement, Gov. Blease
commented upon the interview of the
lieutenant governor as follows. !
Got. Blease's Comment. j
"I am not surprised that Lieutenant j
Governor Smith is not working for |
me. * He has paid me several visits j
this year, which have been very pleas- j
ant, and Che lieutenant governor and j
myself are on good terms. I think j
his statement is very fair. He and I j
have certainly never made any com- j
bination, and in fact have never dis- j
cussed such a thing; therefore his (
statement cornes with no surprise to
me. However, I think the conclusion
con id be verv fairly drawn that while,
as your headline says, he is "not
working for Governor Blease," that
there is certainly nothing in the article
to show that he is working
against Governor Blease and for senator
Smith, and I presume1 if he
should be asked the question on the
stump, "Are you for Blease or Smith?"
that he would very likely reply, "I am
for Charles A. Smith."
Improve Tour Orchards.
The U. C. government in co-operation
with the horticultural division
of Clemson college are doing some
When you have as much as an acre
I I personally gut
I I satisfaction u
J must fully meet
V val and should i
I Guarantee is to 1
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IU W1JL CA^CilCt C*
?here are some ]
were never before
e sold for the price of eight9.qts
1-ial 2-gals CASE GOODS
g qq -- Three Feathers
9.00 Bo wen Bourbon
9 00 - Endwell Rye
11.00 - Old Overholt
je Quality by
jood; AH Pure; All Fi
I ship only brand
t will meet with ;
i .-xL d n n J r
lay, uuiiii jt vy. \smci ??
of peaches, and agr^e to bear the ex-1
penses of fertilizing, spraying and j
| pruning, they will furnish an ex|
pert to supervise and take charge of 1
it, free of cost.
The only thins the owner is out. :
lis actual labor, and material used.
All parties with the above amount
: named desiring their help, will report
to me at once.
S. M. Duncan.
McLAlKIN GOING TO NEW YORK.!
Acecepts the Imitation of Colombia j
liiamber of Commerce.
Bennettsville, November 14.?Sena- J
tor John L. McLaurin has accepted
the invitation of the Columbia chamber
of commerce to go to New York.
Following is the text of his note of
acceptance: "Will accept invitation of
Columbia chamber of commerce to
accompany its representatives to
i V a tit V/*\Y?lr TVn'o t c o nronfino Klft c+an
I * ^ rr x rv. i 1110 lo pi a^Li^a oicp ?
j toward State-operated warehouses.
; Other States will follow South Caro-,
| lina, if successful. It is the only way
S to destroy cotton gambling; make it
! unprofitable by standardizing grades
and giving stability to price. I con- j
gratulate the Record upon its intelli1
gent handling of the publicity end of
i the DroDOsition. J will join Messrs.
Stackhouse and Heath tomorrow
night at Kollock." #
The Southern Railway Announces Arrangements
for Handling Shriners
to Sumter, S. C., for Meeting
For the accommodation of the
Shriners from Greenville, Anderson,
[Abbeville. Greenwood, Newberry and
other points attending the Shriners
meeting Sumter, S. C., Thanksgiving
November 27th, the Southern railway
will operate a special through Pullman
sleeping car leaving Greenville
on train No. 16 at 5.15 p. m., arriving
Columbia 10.40 p. m., November 26th.
Leaving Columbia by special train at
7.45 a. m. arriving in Sumter 9.15 a.
m. Returning leave Sumter 12 o'clock
midnight, and arrive Columbia 1.30 a.
m. Leave Columbia on train No. 15
at 7.20 a. m., Friday morning, November
28th and arriving Greenville
12.30 p. m.
Passengers will be allowed to occupy
this car while laying over at
night at Columbia in both directions.
I The lower b rth rate will be $2.25 and
I the uDner berth $1.80 in each direc
tion. Round trip railroad tickets will
be on sale at reduced rates.
Call on ticket agents for reservation,
etc., or write to S. H. McLeaa,
D. P. A., Columbia, S. C.
7zie ij i prwcriptiao pfyeitl ftr
tor KALARSA or CHILI S A FEVER
Five or eix dotes will brsak any case, an
if taken then as a tonic (he Fever will iv
return. It act* on the liver better
! Oelotnel and doe* not giipeor **' *- *
nth every order.
; with your appro- JL
my bottle fail, my
take it back at my I I
nd gladly refund I I
T\ /NTT-n A mTT A Hf I I
prices on Standi
4-qts 9-qts 1-gal 2-gals \
$6.75 $13.50 J 1
ETLED IN BOND (
4.00 8.C0 f
4.00 8.00 \
4.50 9.00 J
the Price \
Is I know to be I
your approval. I
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its safety, I
Llfrfc is e
bank. 4?'o c
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ffi Backache Hjj
Miss Myrtle Cothrum, Sill
lUI Aia.,szys* fUf
8X1 "For nearly a year, I suf- 1X1
X X fered with terrible back- XX
ache, pains in my limbs, I
and my head ached nearly I
all the time. Our family
doctor treated me, but
only gave me temporary
relief. 1 was certainly in
bad health. My school
teacher advised me to
The Woman's Tonic
I took two bottles, in all, I
?and was cured. I shall 1111 I
always praise Cardui to 111 g |
sick and suffering wo- 1111
men." If you suffer from I
pains peculiar to weak I
women, such as head- U y
ache, backache, or other fj/t
symptoms of womanly H|il
trouble, or if you merely 1111
Fnr Weakness and Loss of Appetite
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, '
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out '
Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic
and sure Appetizer. For adults and children. 50c.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE PROMO Quinine. It steps tl <
Cough and Headache and works off the Colu
Dzngrgists refund money If it faila to enrr '
M. W. GROVE S eigmatttx* on aacfc fees. Xf
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That Always Has Th
Copyrirht 1909. by C. 5. Zimmctsun Co -* .
money is safe in
don't have to wo
for behind our
led resources oi
[est financial m
\it your mone
asy sailing if you hi
?in a savings accoi
m savings deposits.
To enter the contest fill out th
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tesi uepartmeD l ui x uc ncjaw
titled to one Nomination good for
In the Prize V
I hereby nominate
Mrs., or Miss
Only one nomination will
Under no circumstances will the n
|1 We Pay Highest
i Don't give your profits away?ship dir
J.| money next day. We pay highest pricej
II Beeswax, Tallow and old Metals, old Ri
if] ment now. Send for Price List.
SALE OF BAXK S'JLUtH.
By virtue of tne authority vested in
me by J. IS. Norwood, by a writing
bearing date on April i, lyid, i wu.
sell at puDiic auction, in Hunt, oi uiv,
court Mouse, in tne Town or iNewuejuj,
P cnmA nf
L UVAAAV W*
ten in the
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, a (lj '
?w a &aod
mt with our
lis coupon and send *.o the Cond
News. Each contestant is en/OTES
State ' i
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be credited to eacn comesiAtuu
ame sf nominator be divulged.
Cash Prices for j|
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ect to us by express and get your |j
? for green and dry hides of all kinds II
ubber and Furs. Try us with a ship- H
IA HIDE & JUNK CO. |
CHARLESTON, S. C. ^ f|||
S. C., on Wednesday, November 26,
1913, at 12 o'clock m., seventy-six (76)
choroa nf th#? ranltal stock of The New
berry Savings Bank, to the hlgest bidder
therefor, for cash.
This November 6, 1313.