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W "WAOLTER I HERBERT
^ ML4DE CAMPAIGNER
B ?w "Commissioner of Education" j
Was Pastor of Newberry
Hp Church Fonr Tears,
H Tke State.
B The Rev. Walter Isaac Herbert,
elected "commissioner of education,"
South Carolina conference, Metho&
dist Episcopal church, South, at the
V aanual meeting of the conference tbis
w*ek in Rock Hill, is very we\l
known in Columbia and indeed
v thA State. He comes of,
a line of preachers, his father, the j
K late Rev. Thomas Golbraith Herbert,
having been actively engaged in the
ministry for 39 years. He was staHr
tionrd in Columbia for four years.
W His brother, the Rev. T. Grigsby HerV
beri, is pastor of Main street church,
ODlambia, and another brother, toe
m Rev. Chesley Carlisle Herbert, is
pastor of Central church, SpartanW
? "Walter Isaac Herbert was born
April 6, 1864. Ha was graduated
| fron Wofford college, Spartanburg, in
June, 1885. His brothers are grad- '
nates of the same institution. Among
his classmates were H. B. Carlisle,
James H. Carlisle, Jr., Paul Petty and
the Rev. A. W. Attaway. "Twentieth
Century Sketches" says of him as a
^ student: "His college record was a
J fine one. His natural goodness and
amiability endeared him to all the
boys and his Christian deportment
won the admiration of both students
and faculty. No boy ever left Wofford
college witfli. a cleaner record."
Mr. Herbert was admitted to the
South Carolina conference in December,
1885, along with E. B. Loyless,
A P. Berry, E. O. Watson, J. M.
* Steadman, T. C. O'Dell, J. F. Anderson,
A. W. Attaway, T. C. Ligon, John
Owen and D. A. Calhoun. Thereafter
he served the following charges:
City mission, Spartanburg, 1886, (he
remained there only four months,
being then removed to Cheraw station
to fill out the unexpired term of
the Rev. R. P. Franks, who had been
moved to Sumten station); C&eraw
Station, 1890-1; Laurens station,
1892-4; Florence station, 1895-8;
-- ? tooG^iani While ^
he was stationed in Laurens a. parsonage
costing $1,500 was built;* in
(Florence an old and burdensome debt!
of the church was discharged, and I
in Newberry he built a church at a |
cost of $10,000; ihe was next station- i
ed at Main street church in Colum- [
Ma for four years, from Columbia he'
went to Charleston, where' he served |
- for one year as pastor of Trinity
-church, later becoming presiding elder
of Charleston district; after serving
four years as presiding elder of the i
Charleston district he was transfer-!
red to Sumter district as presiding1
elder. "This was his second year at.
Sumter. c i'
Mr. Herbert was married, June 26, i
1899, to Miss Constance T. Form an
of Greenville, the Rev.V Drs. J. C. <
Purman and John 0. Wilson officiat
ing. They have nine children.
Sadford to be National Lecturer, j
Atlanta, Oa.?President Barrett of f;
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Cooperative union of America, today |,
announced the appointment of Peter
Radford, ex-president of the Texas
Farmers' union, as national lecturer,
with headquarters at Fort Worth,
Texas. Mr. Radford's department will
do educational ana organization worn,
and he will handle publicity work for
tihe National union, discussing, through
the press, agricultural questions from
the. standpoint of the men who follow
The National union now has approximately
four million active members
and has State organizations in twenty-three
States and local unions in
WILL DTTESTIGATE CHARGES
Sen Enlisted at Union on Papers
Signed by "Carrie Sanson,*
Dec. 5.?Orders "were
today issued by the war department
te investigate charges preferred by
6. F. Krell of Little Mountain, S. C.,
tkat army reccruiting officers had unduly
tefuenced his a&iaor eaa to
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Don't give your profits away?ship <
J.' money next day. We pay highest pri<
Beeswax, Tallow and old Metals, old
|Y ment now. Send for Price List.
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Thi.v offensive, .d- structivo p^ult
'( y'.-ilu'-2 to seii nc?\ Rfuip. colds, ciifc
[Jj arc- prevented arid cured by simply
prsP^ Roup Care
Ljj in the drir.k::ig water. ?5e, 5Cc,
I PreP Poultry Disk
K? sweetens up the houses and yar"
Ui- germs of roup or other diseases Jhai
35c per quart; $1 per g;
"YOUR MONEY BACK IF H
Get Pratts Profit-sharing i
For Sale and Gnarante<
by All First Class De
5 The Bes
\ On Any
0 RAYO Lamps give
light for work or pis
^ No straining: of the eyi
l fort to all the family.
^ Solid brass, nickel-pl
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I without removing chii
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^ Washington, D. C. (New J
Richmond, Va. BALTI1
___ Norfolk, Vau
at Union, S. C., last fall.
The law for enlistment requires that
minors have consent of their parents
or guardians. Krell, Jr., represented
himself as 18 years of age. His
enlistment papers were signed by Carrie
Young Krell disappeared from home
last August. For some time prior to
his departure, he had talked of the
army. When without result Mr. Krell,
Sr., had searched the entire country,
he appealed to Representative Aiken
who immediately notified the war% department.
The department investigating the
enlistment records discovered that
young Krell had enlisted at Union,
He was assigned to an artillery regiment
nuder orders for service in the
Philippines. Krell's company was it
San Francisco expecting to sail in
four hours when orders were received
from the department discharging
Mr. Jtvrcil, >31"., UldUC auiuam. uaui.
Carrie Stinson was not the legal guardian
of his son and that Trooper Krell
was 15 years of age at time of enlistment.
The war department will investigate
the relationship of Carrie Stinson
to Krell, Jr., and will ascertain
whether the recruiting .officers were
unduly solicitous while at Union.
Hush! It's a secret, I can not tell,
you must get Santa Claus Robinson to
show you the little gift he has for the
winner in this week's contest of The
Herald and News.
No more special inducement prizes
after this week in The Herald and
News contest Rogers is giving a
beautiful silver bag to one of the win
One never hears a lady complain of
having too much cut glass on her buffet,
side board or china closet. Ii
she is a contestant in The Herald
and News contest she will be glad tc
win .two pieces of cut glass given bj
Gilder and Weeks, December 13.
Gilder end Weeks are ever-ready tc
please their custoniers?if they fail tc
please you at. any time you will dc
them and yourself a favor by acquainting
them with the trouble and allowia*.
tk*ar to reet&y their Mistake.
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t Cash Prices for jj
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ce'i for green and dry hides of ai! kinds |.;:i
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Will Find Help in This Letter, i
Overworked, run down, "fagged out"
women who feel as though they could
, hardly drag about, should*profit by
Mrs. Brill's experience. '
She says: "I was In a Very weak,
run-down condition, Life was not
worth living. I could not sleep, was
very nervous, stomach bad, and waa
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noi auie tu wui&.
*1 consulted with on? or two phyi
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simply did wonders for me. I gained j
in weight and I am now In better j
| health and stronger than ever. I can j
j not find words enough to praisa
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Thousands of women and men who
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P. S.?For rough, scaly skin, try
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Newberry. S. C.
i Will cure your Rhenmatism
Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps,
Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and
Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used internally
and externally. Price Z5c.
; What Cures
We have had so many inquiries lately
? regarding: Eczema and other skin diseases,
that we are gJad to make our
[ answer public. After careful investigation
we have found that a simple wash
' i of Oil of Wintergreen, as compounded
t In D. D. D. Prescription, can be relied
, upon. We would not make this state|
ment to our patrons, friends and neigh
! bors unless* we were sure of it?ana
although there are many so-called Ec)
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recommend D. D. P. Pre'
j Drop into our store today, just to talk
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' ROUP COLDS
Don't let roup wipe out you? birds
and yonr profits. Use
Pills or Potcdtr. i5c, 50c, and $1.00,
It purifies the system tnd not only prevents
theria, etc. Toinsur? perfectly healthy st
prgiU> Poultry Reg
Refuse substitutes: Insist on Pratts. S
S54 Get Pratt? 160 Page III
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Johnson & McuracKin, iNewuwi;, o. v,.
W. G. Mayes, Newberry, S. C.
Hens - - - 11c
Fry Chickens - - 14c
Eggs, dozen - - 30c
Biest price for beef hides.
Prosperity, S. C.
Jfearly Etcit Child Has Worms.
Paleness, at times a flushed face,
iv*natural hunsrer. picking the nose,
great thirst, etc., are indications of
worms. Kickapoo Worm Killer is a
reliable, thorough medicine for the removal
of all kinds of worms from chilj
dren and adults. Kickapoo Worm
! Killer in pleasant candy form, aids
digestion, tones system, overcoming
! constipation and increasing the action
i of the liver.' Is perfectly safe for eveD
: the most delicate children. Kickapoo j
| Worm Killer makes children happy I
'and healthy. 25c. Guaranteed. Try
; it Drug stores or by mail. Kickapoo
! Indian Medicine Co., Philadelphia and
: That Always Has Th
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husky layers, add to the feed daily
nlilfni* Packagea 25c, 50c, $1.00.
UldlU1 25 lb. pail. (2.50.
latisfaetfon Guaranteed or Money Back.
attracted Poultry Book.
Geo. C. Hipp, Newberry, S. C.
J. T. Mayes & ,OVo., Newberry, S. C.
J. D. Quattlebaum, Prosperity, S. C.
Saved His foot
H. D. Ely, of Bantam, 0., suffered
from horrible ulcer on his foot for
four years. Doctor advised amputation,
but he refused and reluctantly
tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve as a last
resort. He then wrote: "X usea your
salve and my foot was soon completely
cured." Best remedy for burns,
cuts, bruises and eczema. Get a box
today. Only 25c. All druggists or by
mail. H. ? Bucklen & Co. FMladelpkia
or St Louis.
I Pay Cash
For Hens 10c lb
? mm C
Frying Chickens 12c lb
Eggs 30c doz
i Jas. D. Quattlebaum,
Prosperity, & C
bank are f
f some of I
lenin the |
jy where I
ave a good
int with our
* ' * *
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bowels and cure constipation use
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Take one each night for a few days;
you'll eat better, work better, sleep
better, your eyes will brighten and
your skin grow clearer. 25 cents, all
Free sample LIVER BUTTONS and booklet
about the famous Hot Springs Rheumatism j
Remedy and Hot Springs Blood Remedy from
Hot Springs Chemical Co., Hot Springs, Ark.
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NOTICE TO LOT OWNERS IN KOi?.
?r\T rp-WF.TEftY. '
IULJUA1 A viiii.
All persons who own lots in Rosemont
cemetery can have them kept
clean of grass and weeds, and shrubbery
and hedges kept4 properly trimmed,
for one year Dy paying R. Y. Leaveil,
treasurer, the sum of two dollars.
Upon a payment of two dollars
the association will have lots worked
and properly cleaned for one year
from date of payment.
Owners who prefer to clean their
own lots are earnestly requested t?
keep them clean of grass and weeds
and keep all shrubbery and hedges
trimmed. All lot owners are requested
and urged not to pay the laborer
at the cemetery for cleaning lots or
for extra work, as he is jvaid a regnlar >
salary and his time belongs to the as
I. H. Hunt,
W. F. Ewart,
Committee om Grounds.
To Cure a Coiu sn One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. Itstepith'
Cough and Headache and works off the Colli
Djosrgista refund money if it fuilu to caw
pfc W. ZXCtWS ttennitn e* each