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I EVER UNLIKELY
TO SEEK SENATE
Probably Won't Run in Next Cainpaten.?Plenty
of Work Now.
Greenville, Nov. 19.?In the course
c.f a statement issued here this afteroon,
Congressman Lever declared
\:iat under existing circumstances it
- not likely that die Hill aspire to the
;'unior United States senatorship next
Mr. Lever's statement follows: "As ;
to what my intentions are regarding
the senatorial race, I am prepared co J
-.ay this: I am now representing the
.eventh district in congress and am
he chairman of the committee on agriculture
of that body. To handle this j
. owerful committee is a man's job, j
foi it is the work of this committee i
n which the farmers are most vi- J
tally interested, and I do not pro
;;ose to dissipate my energies and to
::iat extent neglect my duties by beginning
now a campaign for a position
that is not now open. No race ;
for the senate is now on and I sLall i
rross no bridges which have not been j
"I have found no imperative call j
rpon me to enter a race that is not \
; et even begun. When it does open, I
*"f patriotism and my conceptions of j
'f or* f V? o f T TJ'An 1 I
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enter this contest, I will meet the I
? ituation positively and irrevocably. I
I am prepared, however, to say that,
:'n the existing circumstances, it is i
ot likely that I shall aspire to the \
junior senatorship next summer. Be- j
yond expressing this probability of
my intentions, I do not care to go."
Congressman Lever spoke today at
a meeting of Greenville farmers and
business men, after which a livestock
association was organized.
Head-on Colllson on Southern in
Barnwell County?One Man May
Columbia, November 20.?Two
tramps, one probably fatally and the
I am thankfi
realize that th
ness has been:
tial good will o
ty. Though I
used every hot
build this bush
wholly from il
pie of tkis favored con
prompted me to attem)
I am striving not <
conveniences for my e
handling the constantly
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ters at the heart of J\e
Now if you would
of our dinner sets. 1(
You will have rea,
magnificent display of
to the Book Store. If
Book Store. If you u
things that suit you an
berry where you can g
you want to pay for it
for my new;
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other seriously, were injured. and :
two white passengers sustained hurts j
when Southern passenger trains Xos.
,23 and 24 colided !bead-oii in a fog at
Barton, in Barnwell county, some
eighty miles south of Columbia, ihis
morning at 3. 29 o'clock. The engines
jof both trains and express cars were
i hurled from the track, wmcn was torn i
up for a distance of some yards.
A Lloyd and David Simmons, said
'to be two tramps, were, it is said, rid- |
ing between the engine and baggage
| car of No. 23, the south-bound passenger,
when the collison took place.
| Loyd was probably fatally injured,
I while Simmons suffered a broken arm
land nthpr bruises. Two white Dassen- i
gers, L. C. Fanning, of Sally, had nis
ankle broken, and Mrs. M. F. Myers,
of Sandy Springs, was slightly in- '
jured by being thrown against a seat. !
None of the train crew was hurt ,
and only *he engines and baggage cars I
left the track, the remainder of bo\h !
trains sticking to the rails. Superin- |
tendent Hudson was a passenger on i
rt i ; V, A I
?\0. coming iu i^uiuiiiuia, auu uc iuj- mediately
took charge of the wreck,
transferring passengers and clearing
away the debris. A wrecking train
brought physicians to the scene and
the wounded were cared for at once.
The track was cleared at noon and
the Southern's Southeastern Limited,
No. 31, got through on time.
Xo. 23 runs from Columbia to Jacksonville,
and Xo. 24 from Jacksonville
to Columbia, and were about on time
when they collided this morning in
Barnwell county. Both carried combination
baggage and mail cars, colored
and white day coaches and Pullmans.
The cause of the wreck is un
known, but it is said that a thick fog
enveloped both trains when they
crashed. A rigid investigation is being
made by the Southern's officials.
BAMvEB TAKES 0>V>* LIFE.
H. B. 0 Shields, Cashier, Kills Himself.
Bank Remains Closed.
Pnoptor "VTrtTr 99 T-T "R
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35 years of age, cashier of the Fort
| Lawn Deposit bank at Fort Lawn, in
ul for your patroni
e continual growth
made possible only
f the people of Ne
i or able means at m
ness up, its growth
he generous suppoi
imunity. What I have achiei
ot greater things.
mly for a bigger store, hut
mrtlmwo /*?/? zimrJ -i
riu# vu ui^i y
y increasing volume of huiinei
iwberry, the corner of Main c
r make your wife thankful con
10 piece dinner sets at $10 to
son to be thankful when you <
merchandise. If you want g
, -i *
you wai}t moderately pricec
lant fine goods come to the J
id you will he thankful that yo
jet just the things that you wa
y show windows
etter Goods at Same Pri
le House of 1,000 Thii
Chester county, committed suicide'
this morning at 10 o'clock by shooting
himself through the heart with a
revolver. Deaih was instantaneous.
His body will be carried to .lonesville
and buried probably Monday.
The people of Fort Lawn were
puzzled this morning when 9 o'clock
came and their bank's doors failed
t /-v /-s /\n m nn /#?i
upirii cis tuaiumn t. i urn i.iunc
9.30 and 10.30 o'clock and still they
were closed. A little after 10.30
o'clock word was flashed over the
phone from Mr. O'Shields' home by
one of the servants that Mr. O'Shields
had ended his life. Mr. O'Shields was
found lying across his bed. j
He 5iad been worried most of the,
night, it is said, and was greatly
troubled after he got up this morning, j
It is said that when his wife left him
for a minute he was sitting on the
edge of the bed. She had hardly gotten
out of the room when she was
fri^htenpd hv the renorts of two shots I
in rapid succession from a revolver.
She hastened back into the room and
found her husband lying on the bed i
with a .32 calibre pistol by his side.
Mr. O'Shields came to Fort Lawn
from Union about a year ago and took ,
charge of the bank. He is survived by j
his wife, who was Miss Lillie Hughes j
of Jonesville, and four children, also
one brother in Union.
Since coming to Fort Lawn, Mr. j!
O'Shields has made many friends and j
was greatly liked and much sorrow j
was caused by iis suicide.
It is said that worries over finan- j
cial troubles precipitated his death, j
So far as is known, there are 110 irreg- j
ularities at the institution. It was
chartered several years since, and
according to its statement, issued October
21, last, its capital stock paid
in was $9,700; individual deposits,
$27,907.33; loans and discounts, $31,-|
311; overdrafts, $872. 60; furniture;
and fixtures, $2,242.45; due from
banks, $9,197.37; currency, $2,554;
gold, $110; silver and other minor
coins, $339.45; checks and cash items,
$329.61; due to banks; $1,000; saving
deposits, $468.44; time certificates,
$3,328.75; cashier's checks, $761.04;
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ige, and I fully
i of my busiby
y command to
of the peo>ed
in the past has but
a better store, more
for better facilities for
is which naturally cenind
xe in and buy her one
zome in and see my
ood goods cheap come
I goods come to the
Book Store. Get the
u have a stcre in New- nt
and at the price that
? ana waiui
.' p' ;"V
There's all the :
T\ 1 - 1 V
Kead this remark
of known superio
4 Quarts Old Hickory Cor
4 qts. Old Hickory Corn
A nfo 0tTAl?O I? r a
41&. uvc&aii I\JC - 1
qt. Liberty Bell Rye Total
Per Price List \
You take no chance c
Smooth Order to-day.
EXPRESS PREP All
1221-23 Market Street
The bank remained closed all day.
W. H. Gist of Carlisle is president
of the institution. State Bank Examiner
B. J. Rhame has been notified of
the affair and will probably send one
of his assistants here at once to go
over the books of the bank.
That Was Nothing.
Capt. Ariger Fair, commanding officer
of The York News, gets fussed
up to the verge of hysteria over the
presence of a circus and a Sunday
school convention in Yorkville at the
same time. His idea of a rush of
events reminds us of th? old man
whose twelve-year-old son asked for
permission to go to town to see the
circus parade ne^t day, and who replied
"Circus Parade? Huh, it ain't
been six weeks since you an' Jim
climbed up on the barn to see that
eclipse of the moon. Want to be on
the go all the time?"
Mrs. Caroline Bnndrfck.
Chapin, Nov. 21.?Mrs. Caroline
Bundrick died early yesterday morning
at the home of her son, William A.
Bundrick, near Peak. Mrs. Bundrick
had reached the age of 31 years. She
is survived by two children, Mr6. Polvann
Griffith of Jacobs and William A.
Bundrick of Peak. She was a member
of Capers Chapel Methodist
church, at which place Iher remains
were laid to rest yesterday afternoon.
Funeral services were conducted by
the Rev. J. J. Long of Little Mountain
World Becoming More Tolerant.
But time is passing and with the !
passing of time the world is changing.
It is becoming better, more
civilized, more tolerant of human im- '
I . i
j perfectons. And indeed why snould :
Jit be other than tolerant? Who are;
! they who would pass judgment and
I know that they themselves could not
Smallpox and Diphtheria,
There is less dread of these diseases
now than formerly, because every
body knows they can be prevented,
one by vaccination, the other with
antitoxin. You can keep from having
colds, grippe, bronchitis, pneumonia,
: catarrh, typhoid fever, rheumatism,:
and other dangerous cold-weather
ailments, if you put your system into
a proper healthy condition to resist
Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion helps the
body produce substances which pre- J
vent the growth of disease germs in ;
the blood, thus putting the system in-!
to a healthy condition to resist dis- i
ease. It will help you get well ana |
strong If you have any of the above j
diseases, or other disease. It is very 1
good for children just at this season
of the year?to make them healthy j
and strong to successfully resist cold j
There'i direct benefit to yoa in
T ?here's the b
ever printed 1
j per, or offered
I to the public.
I guarantee m
back my guar;
C. D. CHI
goodness in my wl
and careful aging
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n - - S3 00 4 Quarts C
- - $3.00 a r
3 oo y qts.
- - 1.00 EXPRES
n-rr Must be sh
v v r
>n my whiskey. It's good all
every ingredient in Rexall Olive Oil
Emulsion. The four Hypophosphites
it contains are used by leading physicians
everywhere in debility, weakness
and liability to disease, to strengthen
the nerves. Purest Olive Oil, one
of the most nutritious, most-easilydigested
foods known, being taken
with the hypophosphites, gives rich
tissue nourishment through tihe blood
to the entire system.
You who are weak and run-down,
and you who are apparently well now,
but are liable to suner irom various
cold weather ailments, use Rexall
Olive Oil Emulsion to get and keep
well and strong. For the tired-out, rundown,
nervous, emaciated or debilitated?the
convalescing?it is a
sensible aid to renewed strength, better
spirits, glowing health.
Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion?king of
the celebrated Rexall Remedies?is
for freedom from sickness of you and
your family. Pleasant-tasting, containing
no alcohol or dangrous drugs,
you'll be as enthusiastic about it as we
iTrtn Viitq rAtofi i+<5 ct"rp>r?rp'fh
die nucu ;u u. uut v uwvu
ening, invigorating, building-up, disease-preventing
effects. If it does not
(help you, your money will be given
back to you without argument. Cold n
this community only at our
store?The Rexall Store?one of
more than 7,000 leading drug
stores in the United States, Canada
and Great Britian.
Sold by Gilder and Weeks, Newberry,
GOOD SEWS FOR THE
GIRL WITH UGLY HAIR
Don't mourn over it! Don't envy
others because they have beautiful
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intelligent care and attention to your
hair?and then let others envy you.
Use Harmony Hair Beautifier, a delightful
liquid hair dressing that is
just what it- is named?a hair beautifier.
To make the hair glossy, soft and
silky?to make it easier to put up in
smooth, wavy folds, and "stay put"?
to restore to your hair the well groomed
appearance you want it to have?
* ~ r\vn.v>nr\m n tVin linnloooont AT
LU UVClV-UlliC lug uiiyivuou.i*w, vv?w.
of the hair and leave instead a delightfully
dainty, fresh rose fragrance
?Harmony Kair Beautifier will please
you, or your money back. Very easy
to apply?simply sprinkle a little on
your hair each time before brushing
it. Contains no oil, will not change
the color of the hair, nor darken
To keep hair and scalp dandrufffree
and clean, use Harmony Sham
poo. This pure liquid shampoo gives
a rich lather that immediately penetrates
to every part of hair and scalp,
insuring a quick, thorough cleansing.
Washed off as quickly, the entire
operation takes only a few moments.
Can't harm the hair; leaves no harshness
or stickiness?just a sweet
Both preparations come in oddshaped,
very ornamental bottles, with
sprinkler tops. Harmony Hair Beau- j
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est offer of ^
n a newspa
in good faith
y goods and
liskey that our
Overall Rye - - $3.00
all for 'C
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ipped to ONE
IMPRESS PREPAID |
CATTANOOGA, TENN. I
vnv V I V v a aviB
ONE DOSE of
May's Wonderful Stomach Remedy
Should Convince You that Your
Suffering Is Uimecessanr
Recommended for Chronic Indlffeatloa
and Stomach, Liver and Intestinal
Thousands of people, some right in your own locality,
have taken Mayr's Wonderful Stomach
? ~ -* *? ?
Remedy I or a torn am, uvcr ?uu >ui?>i.u?
Ailments, Dyspepsia, Pressure of Gas Around
the Heart, Sour Stomach, Distress After Eat*
ing. Nervousness, Dizziness, Fainting Spells,
Sick Headaches, Constipation, Torpid Liver,
etc, and are praising and recommending it
highly to others so that they may also know the
joys of living. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach
Remedy is tne best and most widely known
Remedy for the above ailments. Ask your druggist
for a bottle today. Put it to a test?one dose
should convince. It is marvelous in its healing
properties and its effects are quite natural as it
acts on the source and foundation of stomach,
ailments and in most cases brings quick relief
and permanent results. This highly successful
Remedy has been taken by the most prominent
people, and those in all walks of life, among
them Members of Congress, Justice of the
Supreme Court, Educators, Lawyers, Merchants,
Bankers, Doctors, Druggists, Nurses, Manufacturers,
Priests, Ministers, Fanners, with lasting
benefit and it should be equally successful in your
case. Send for free valuable booklet on Stomach
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Aliments iu uoj. u. i?aj>?, ??? ?
Whiting Street, Chicago, 11L
For Sale in Newberry, S. Cn by Gilder
Makes sore eyes clean, clear
It is a speedy and harmless cure for
Granulated Lids, Weak eyes, Sties,
Scrofulous and all kinds of sore eyes.
T* At- /lAn'+ all -wcfx it
11 1C UUUli UO -M-t. ?
back and get your money. 25c tubes.
SOLD BY P. E. WAY, druggist, Newberry,
tifier, $1.00. Harmony Shampoo. 50c.
Both guaranteed to satisfy you in every
way, or your money back. Sold
in this community only at our store?
The Rexall Store?one of the more
than 7,000 leading drug stores of the
United States, Canada and Great
Britian, which own the big Harmony
i a thrifts in Boston, where the
many celebrated Harmony Perfumes
and toilet Preparations are made.
Sold by Gilder and Weeks, Newber|Z.
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