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THIRTY JTINERS ENTOMBED.
[ Several Bodies Taken From Mine Near
Acton, Ala., November 18,?Xine j
roiriprs arp krinwn rr? hsvp hpp IrilUH :
and at least a dozen oiher were still j
* missing at a late hour to-nighht, as the j
result of an explosion this afternoon
in the Alabama Fuel and Iron Company's
mine Xo 2 near here.
The usual quota of men employed in
Mine Xo 2 is TO, but the exact number
at work when the explosion oc
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curreu is 1101 cenam. lvuue uiuciais i
said to-night that a checking up of
the mine records would be necessary
before it could be learned definitely
I how many are still entombed.
The cause of the explosion has not
Jk been learned. That many of those enI
tombed were killed by ii:s force seems
certain, as two men working near the (
surface at the time were blown sev- j
eral feet from foe mine entombed. !
McLAUIRX OX COTTON FUTURES.
i Propose Plan to X. T. Cotton Ex- j
Change Against Gambling.
New York, November IS.?Ex-Sen- j
I ator J. L. McLaurin, of South Carolina, j
m proposed a plan for ending objection- j
ft able gambling in cotton futures, in an !
F address today to a committee, from *
\ the New York Exchange, which is ,
considering changes in the rules to j
meet criticism directed against pre
' sent methods. Mr. McLaurin said the !
J failure of Congress to enact legisla- !
tion at this session imposing a tax on j
dealings in cotton options was due to !
[ the fact that no plan had been devised j
destroy gamblng in contracts, \
Orhich does not also involve the defciruction
of legitimate business necesBaxy
to keep open such channels of
rade as could not be closed without
0 Mr. McLaurin said the present sys- i
was objectionable because cotton ,
HBrices made on the Exchange were
Kased on the supply of cotton in New- ;
pork "warehouses. As this stock of
Ifcotton is only a comparatively small
war: of the total, he said it was im
Hfcossible for speculators to manipulate |
*ices or gambling purpose in a way
nch would otherwise not be possiB^Under
present methods of contracts
made on New York exchange call
for delivery of warehouse reeipts for
cotton stored in New York warehouses.
Mr. McLaurin suggested that the plan
mor a tax on cotton options which was
Bonsidered recently by Congress, be j
mended to provide for a heavy tax on '
Hi contracts made through all ex
fcanges in the United States, provided j
Kat cotton delivered in the States in j
^H&ich it is grown be exempt from tthe
"What would you do then?" he said,
tfYour New York stock of cotton would
Be absolutely valueless for tne purpose
Bnrd Brands that
W Note that Nine Quarts an
VLA J Cheatham's Silver Hill Cn 3.2o
I Two Stamp Malt 3.20
HWm J Malt Com 3.25
I Cheatham's Magn'la Rye 3.25
Cheatham's Lin'cln No.6 3.25
gjp Don't Judjj
H They Are All (
^Hlam an expert,
the kind thai
W Send Order toe
^ 1221-23 Market Street
cept in ihe South. Why should not the
great New York Exchange get in the
van and lead this progressive movei
ment, instead of being driven by a Con|
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Charge Directed to Wait at Post for
Further Orders From Washington,
Mexico City, Nov. 19.?Speculation .
as to what President Wilson intends
to do in the face of the Mexican difficulty
was increased today by the
knowledge that the American charge J
d'affaires, Nelson O'Shaughnessy, had j
received new instructions from Washington
to waic at his post for further
instructions and that important maters
were under consideration.
The announcement that a British
squadron is coming to Mexican wat- j
ers created keen interest, but the effect
upon Mexican mind was reassur- |
ing rather than otherwise, because
Via Mavinon a r>rin tin tn InnU
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upon Great Britain as a friend. In
official quarters the dispatch of the :
squadron was styled as an act of j
The foreign colonies in the Mexican
capital are preparing to defend
themselves in the event of disturbances
in the city and particularly
should the final settlement be left to
the Mexicans themselves. Both Sir
Lionel Carden and Admiral Von _
Hintz, the British and German ministers,
respectively, have suggested to !
their countrymen the advisability of
perfecting some sort of a defense or- i
No such advice has been given to
the Americans, but committees are
quietly working out a plan of defense |
and it is possible that there will be
formed a general organization, embracing
the American, British, German
and Austrian residents.
The American charge today attended
a reception given to the diplomats
by Gen. Huerta at Chapultepec castle.
It was an elaborate affair and was
* * ? i._ a
held there because or tne restricted
facilities of the president's town and
MUCH INTEREST MANIFESTED
IX ORDER OF THE RED MEX
Great Sacfaem Tisiting the Different
Tribes in the State to Keep Up
The Red Men of Anderson, members
f?f the three tribes here, are ar
ranging for a big public meeting to
be held at the hall at the Orr mills
on Friday night of next week, when
the great sachem, Mr. E. H. Aull, of
Xewberry, will pay them a visit. Gov.
Blease, who is one of the State's most
prominent Red Men, will also be present,
and make an address. There will
be other addresses, 'but the full program
Dias not yet been arranged. It
will be announced later.
VI personally gua
must fully meet
val and should a
Guarantee is to t
own expense ai
I your money.
?here are some i
were never before
2 sold for the price of eight
9-qts 1-gal 2-gaIs BOURBOF
; 6.00 $ 2.80 $ 5.30 Tw0 StamP Bourbo;
6.00 2.80 5.30
6.50 3.00 5.75 Two Stamp Gin
6.50 3.00 6.75 Holly Gin
6.40 3.00 5.50 Peach Brandy No.
6.50 3.00 5.75 Peach Brandy No. i
6.50 3.00 5.75 Apple Brandy No. 6.50
3.00 5.75 Apple Brandy No.
je Quality by
}ood; AH Pure; All Fi
I ship only brand
t will meet with ?
I ?o r\ D
lay, mizn r. u. v/i uc# ?*
All three of the tribes of Red Men 1
here are in good condition, and there
is a large membership in the order :
in Anderson and community. The j
i thrpp tvihpe * fJpriprnstpp. Tuna- i
' loo and Tecumseh.
L. wrignc is nereuy num.iiaieu
as a candidat. for re-election as mayor
of Newberry and will abide the rules j
of the democratic party. j
FOR ALDERMAN WAR1> i.
J. Chesley Dominick is hereby!
nominated as a candidate for Alder- j
man from Ward 1, and will abidp the i
rule* of tbe democratic primary.
P. F. Baxter is hereby announced
as a candidate for re-election as Alderman
from Ward one?subject to
the Democratic primary.
Alderman Ward 2.
Mr. J. R. Green is hereby announced
a candidate for alderman from Ward
2, and will abide the rules of the democratic
Alderman Ward 3.
Mr. C. T. Summer is hereby an-1
nounced a candidate for alderman
from Ward Z, and will abide the rules
of the democratic party.
Alderman lYard 3.
Mr. C. T. Summer is hereby announced
a candidate for re-election J
for alderman from Ward 3, and will
abide the rules of the Democratic
Alderman Ward 4.
C. M. West is hereby announced as j
a candidate for alderman from Ward |
1, ?rnd will abide tile rules of the de-!
Tiocrftic party. !
Alderman ITard 4,
E. L. Rodelsber is hereby announced
a candidate for re-election as alderman
from Ward 4, and will abide the
rules of the democratic party.
Alderman Ward 4.
E. L. Rodelsperg is hereby announced
a' candidate for re-election as alderman
from Ward 4, and will abide
+v?a rnioc nf fho Dptnnrra.tir. nartv.
X UAVO VJ. W** XX ?' ? 4 FOR
ALDERMAN WARD 5.
W. H. Hardeman is hereby nominated
as a candidate for Alderman
from Ward 5, and will abide the rules
of the democratic primary.
For School Trnstee.
L. G. Eskridge is hereby announced
as candidate for School Trustee from
Ward 4? subject to the Democratic
School Trnstee Ward 5. '
J. Y. Jones is hereby announced as
a candidate for school trustee from j
Ward 5, subject to the, Democratic j
Piles Cared In 6 to 14 Days
Your druggist will refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching,
Blind. Bleedinjr or Protrudinsr Piles in 6 to 14 days,
first application ch'es Ease and Rest. 50c.
rantee you entire
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Hi. 9C l/f uvi
with your appro- I
,ny bottle fail, my
ake it back at my g I
id gladly refund | I
"n P.TTT?. A TIT A M
>rices on Stand equalled.
4 4-qts 9-qts l-gal 2-gals \
n $3.20 % 6.40 $ 3.00 $ 5.60 \
GIN I i
c\ r% aa o r\i\ f ntf I
<5.UU O.W 3.UV D. (D I m \
3.25 6.50 3.00 5.75 if i
CH BRANDY )Wr'
4 3.25 6.50 3.00 5.75 /
5 3.60 7.20 3.50 6.75 V
>LE BRANDY \
1 3.25 6.50 3.00 5.75 I
5 3.60 7.20 3.50 6.75 /
illy Guaranteed I j
s I know to be I
four approval. I
fIFE is e
A !?* M fi
bank. 4 ?|o <
Prevent and Cure
Don't let roup wipe out your birds
and your profits. Use
Pills or Powder. 25c, 50c, and $1.00.
It purifies the system and not only prevents
theria, etc. To insure perfectly healthy su
prgtts, poultry Reg
Refuse substitutes; insist on Pratts. S
354 Get Pratts 160 Page III
Gilder & Weeks, Newberry, S. C. <
Johnson & McCrackin, Newberry, S. C..
W. G. Mayes, Newberry, S. C.
START YOUR LIVER
DO>>T STOP WORK
Dodson's Liver Tone Acts Mildly, but |
Surely. Liveus I'p the Liver and j
You Stay on Your Feet.
It is the experience of calomel users
that if they take enough of the drug
to have the desired effect, it seriously
interferes with their work the- day
after. But this is t<he least important
item, for calomel is often a dangerous
drug and acts on the system violently.
+ol-o /-.Vion/>oc with ralnmfil. i
J-^V/n t VUCVUVVU II >-w
Get a bottle of the pleasant, safe and
perfectly harmless Dodson's Liver
Tone, guaranteed to take the place of
calomel. Instead of making you feel
better?and you actually are better,
for no remedy in the whole world
livens up the liver, regulates the bowels
and really rejuvenates the system
any better than this dose.
You are the sole judge of its merits j
W. G. Mayes is fully authorized to |
hand yon back your money without
question if it fails to please you?and
Remember, if you feel constipated
and bilious, what you need is Dodson'e
Liver Tone. A large bottle and a good
guarantee for 50 cents from W. Q.
: That Always Has IT
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Copyrebt I*(W. br C n. Zimmerman Co ? w-.
1 money is safe in
don't have to wc
for behind our
non fAcnnrrps n
fcJIVVfc JL VUVMft VWW
rest financial n
yut your mone
lasy sailing 11 you n
:e in a savings accoi
>n savings deposits.
but cures roup, colds, fever, catarrh, diph ong,
husKy layers, add to the feed daily
iiIqIai* Packages 25c, 50c. $1.00.
UldlUA ?5 lb. pail, $2.50.
atiafaction Guaranteed or Honey Back.
uatrated Poultry Book. *
Geo. C. Hipp, Newberry, S. C.
J. T. Mayes & CVo., Newberry, S. C.
J. D. Quattlebaum, Prosperity, S. C.
>OTICE TO FARMERS.
The Charlotte Semi-Weekly Obser-'j
ver is the only newspaper in the;
South that allows fanners to advertise
free of charge, and The SemiWeeklv
Observer prints all the news
that's fit to print. Do you want
anything? Have you anything to sell.
Send your advertisement and it will
be published three times free of
charge and you will get the paper two
weeks free. Address The Charlotte
Semi-Weekly Observer, Charlotte, X.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
I will make a final setlement in
Probate Court for Newberry county,
on December ISth, 1913, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon as administratrix of
the estate of Rebecca I. Thompson,
deceased and will immediately thereafter
apply for discharge as administratrix..
Any person having claims |
against said estate will present them j
duly attested, on or before that day.
Maererie L. Livingstone,
November 18th, 1913. j
For Weakness and Loss of Appetite
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
GIIOVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out
Malaria and builds up the py^tew*. A true tonic
aadsilre Appetizer. For odttjta chi&ren. 50c. j
i dUlilC UI
ten in the
e ve a good
mt with our
A VALUABLE SUGGESTION
Important to Every One
It is now ctmcedcd by physician3
that the kidneys should have more attention
as they control the otiier organs
to a remarkably degree and do
a tremendous amount of work in removing
the poisons and waste master
from the system by filtering the blood.
During the winter months especially,
when we live an indoor life
the kidneys should receive some assistance
when needed, as we take less
exercise, drink less water and often
eat more rich heavy food, thtreby
forcing the kidneys to do more work
than nature intended. Evidence of
kidney trouble, such as lame back,
annovins bladder troubles, smarting
or burning, brick-dust or sediment,
sallow complexion, rheumatism, may
be weak or irregular heart action,
warns you that your kidneys require
help immediately to avoid more serious
Many physicians claim that an herbal
medicine containing no minerals
or opiates has the most healing influence.
An ideal herbal compound
that has had most remarkable success
as a kidney and bladder remedy
is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
~ - - *? ? 1 -
I OH May receive a sampie wmc 01
Swamp-Root by Parcels Post. Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingfraraton,
N. Y., and encloses ten cents; also
mention the Newberry Semi-Weekly
Herald and News.
Tiu is a pretenptioo praptwl MpiiliHy
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
s- J? Ml V?u ....
riVC or lU uunca wiu uicu w; voav,
if taken then u a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acti on the liver better than
Calomel mddomaotpifett ackn. 2?t