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Hospital for ColumMa?Offer for
Preachers' Home at Beaufort
is Accepted. k
Bennettsvilie, Dec. 11.?The closingday
of the Baptist State convention
was occupied with many reports and
the ministers and delegates did much
work before adjournment was moved
late tonight. The next session is at
Charleston in December, 1914.'
Among the in.1 portent actions of the
body was the adoption of the report
of the committee on a sanitarium
recommending the establishment and
Iroatirwn at Pnlnmhi
The offer of property valued at
$10,000, made through- Dr. C. C.
Brown, for a home for preachers at
Beaufort was accepted.
The convention held its closing session
today and it has been full of
reports of committees and the projection.
of the work for next year. The
devotional exercises for the morning
hour were conducted by the Rev. J. D.
The report of woman's work was
read by P. H. Cosey. Representatives
from the woman's missionary union
wprp rpfpivprl fnl1r>ws* Mrs .T R
Boatwright, Mrs. L. J. Bristow, Mrs. 1
J. D. Ojapuian, Mrs. M. E. McLaurin
and Mrs. J. E. McMaaaway.
Mrs. J.- D. Chapman, president of
the State Woman's Missionary union
responded, for the union. Hereafter
the W. M. U. will present its report
. The- consideration of unfinished re;ports
on State missions, including the
report on evangelism, was continued.
An address was made by Dr. J. H.
Boldeige. The State mission board
will meet in Columbia December 18
.at 3 o'clock. It was decided to consider
the employment of an evangelist
in connection with this work,
i To Have Sanitarium.
Report on the Baptist sanitarium
was read by L. J. Bristow and discuss"
ed by L. J. Bristow, A. C. Wilkins,> J.
I. Allen, J. K. Hair, 1. G. Murray and
J. D. G-ambrell of Texas. This report
jrovoked con-sideiable discussion.
There is some opposition to ^ the establishment
of this institution. The !
convention, however, adopted the report
of the committee authorized j
the establishing of the hos-.-ijf-oi
riffo-re f-rvM-n CrAPnwnnrt amount
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ing to $30,000, Chester amounting to
$40,000, from X. F. Shiver amounting
to $125,000 and Columbia amounting
to $30,000 and a site were reported.
The hospital will be located in Columbia,
although it is probable that
the Shiver Spring property will be
available on certain conditions, the income
to be applied for sanitarium
THAW CASE GOING
T# HIGHEST COURT
JiHtee Plans to Send it l*j> j r De- j
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Concord, X. H., Dec. 9.?Judge
Bdgar Aldrich today ruled that the
mental condition o? Harry K. Thaw
must be determined in the federal
courts. The court's announcement
was made on the hearing of Thaw's
petition to be admitted t-o bail
"The constitutional questions involved
in this case,'' added Judge
Aldrich, "are of such importance that
I shall not Dass upon them myself,
but shall forward them as promptly
as possible to the supreme court of
the United States.!*
The constitutional questions are
his status in New York and his status I
in New Hampshire. The attorneys for
Thaw, who are attempting to prevent
the extradition of their client through j
habeas corpus proceedings in the j
United States district court, and coun- j
sel for New York State had agreed j
that the charges of conspiracy to es- j
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teawan, X. Y., was a bailable offensej
when the questi-on of whether the j
prisoner, if admitted to bail, would
be a menace to the community was |
raised by William T. Jerome, special j
deputy attorney general for New;
York. The court stated that the point
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bail was permitted.
Mr. Jerome said that any reason- j
able amount of bail \.^uld not suffice
to insure Thaw's appearance in court. :
It was a matter of court record, he i
said, that Thaw had given one of his j
lawyers $25,000 with which an attempt
was made to bribe the head of
the institution where he had been
3oint Debate Between the Two Literary
Societies of the High School ;
Last Friday at 12.80 O'Clock.
The following program was well
Song by school.
Essay?H. B. Ewart.
Song?Miss Goode Burion.
Recitation?Henry W. Rikard.
Recitation?Miss Ruth Digby.
Debate: Query?"Which has the
'greater influence on human con v ict.
in which to
(ents and do
At this st<
riety of gooi
be found in
I we suggest:
to give, com
the fear of punishment or the hope of
Affirmative?Miss Teressa Maybin,
Miss Myrtle Garret.
.Negative?'Xely Cromer, Ralph Higo-in
Music?Miss Rosalee Summer.
Decision of judges.
Song by school.
Judges?Mrs. L. W..Floyd, Mrs. R.
H. Wright, Miss Ruby Goggans. I.
H. Hunt and W. H. Wallace.
The judges decided in favor of the
LOT OF ROIORS
BUT FEW FACTS
Every One in Washington Feels That
it is a Very Difficult Problem to
Washington, Dec. 13.?Although
there have been a number of rumors
current here today relative to the
next session of the Grace-Whaley case
Monday, no confirmation of them has
yet been had. One of these rumors
was to the effect that E. W. Hughes,
who was in the second primary in
the first district when Mr. Whaley
was elected, would come here and
possibly take a hand in the matter;
another that W. Turner lx>gan. Mr.
Graces law partner, would come and
- < present Mr. Grace, and that Mr.
Whaley would also be represented by
( iiunsol before the committee when
it assembles again.
Though, as stated, none of these Tumors
coiil?? eoiiUriiujU, il is more
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only a few mor
select your Chri
re there is the
Js suitable for
t Newberry. F
Sets, for ladies
;n, purses, pan
ig cabinets, mes
etc. If in doubt
te to see Mayes.
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Beautiful line c
es, French Ivory,
kinds Christmas (
Large stock <
Toys for boys an<
than likely that Mr. Logan will ac- i
| company Mr. Grace to Washington ;
j when the latter returns tomorrow.,
! Pie lias already been here a number f
of times and is familiar with the case
in all of its phases.
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e days more
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h bags, stasilverware,
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v t > '
lei a.'l '
3 to Buy
ia s Pinnns
>f Cut Glass, Vas- !
Toilet Cases. All
>f variety Dolls, j
ty, S. C.
Whether Mr. Wiialey will be repre- i
seined by counsel was another one of j
the questions which was not answer- j
ed today. Xo one here is talking, i
Every one realizes that the situation
;s most delicate from every stand
PODoLax?Podophyllin or M<
With the Griping and Nausea
Why was the gripe taken out? Be- ;
cause Doctors, Druggists and Chem
ists knew that a fortune awaited the
ma n a hip. to remove this most ob- j
jectionable action of Podophyllin.
Only a few years ago, 20 or 30, ;
-Calomel and Podophyllin was the
favorite prescription of everybody ;
for an inactive liver. Calomel (mer- <
cury) and its dangers proved its 1
own undoing. Podophyllin fell into 1
disuse because of the intense griping
that accompanied its work and ;
the deathly sickness that followed ,
its wake. The publx; fought its use ,
on this account. It was safe and ,
never failed to relieve the dammed j j
up Bile in the Liver but because of j <
its ferocious action, was prescribed
only in desperate sases and then (
after all the gentle methtods had 1
Some of the old-fashioned Doctors ,
who believed in getting results re- ]
?^ /-./-./-I V* r\ -rwr? f T zvn j t\ CTC 1
gcirui<2dd ui lixc yauiuuu o j
tinued its us? and it is now used ,
by them and by some others as a
last resort. ,
Bent on that fortune so freely ;
predicted for the discoverer of a :
painless and sickless Podophyllin,
every chemist was busy trying to i
take out tbe gripe and nausea. Of j
course it was accomplished and now
is offered to the world under the j
name of PoDoLax. j
PoDoLax is offered to you as a
preventive medicine because its best 1
results is from small doses at the j
beginning of the trouble. <
Ta&e it with nature's first warning
and it is as sure to bring the
Bile out of the Liver as you ttake i
J. C. LEE, Presid't F. E
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ii you arc gumg iu uuuu, *.1
vite your j
COMPLETE HOUSE ?
We manufacture and deal
Stairs, interior trim, store f:
pulpits, etc., rough and dre*
cypress shingles, flooring, c
Distributing Agents for F1
Estimates Cheerfully and
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Corner Roberts &
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C. P. Pelh
point, and they appear to be await-,
ing the outcome of Monday's meeting, j i
What Mr. Grace will do or what fur- 11
ther steps he will take if the committee
decides against -him, which
now seems likely, is of course only .
known to Mr. Grace and his intimate ,
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Annapolis Examination. Il
An examination will be held in ;
til-' : t hou.-o at Anderson, Satur- j
d:r?\ Jan^arv 24. i014. to delect nomi- j
tndrake or May Apple Root
it. mat neaoacne?or coaiea tongue
?or bad breath?or bloated stomacii
?lis nature's signal. They say plainer
than words that the Bile is dammed
or flows but feebly and that the
food in the intestinal tract is
putrefying because not disinfected by
Bile. This condition may last days, Dr
weeks, or months, depending 'an
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tne nature 01 tae uaixi unu restrams
To correct this, Bile is necessary i
because Bile is nature's own antiseptic.
It lubricates and disinfects
the poisoned walls so that the sys- J
tem takes up clean pure food to the j
blood instead of a poisoned food
Remember chat "prevention" is the
sasy sure way and must begin with
you and you alone. If you don't be
gin witn tne nr&t warning, you not
:>nly make the job more difficult,
but suffer the days and days of lifeless,
listless living that folows a
dimmed up Liver.
Curing is your Physician's job and
the only way to deprive him of this
job is -to practice prevention. This
you must do?you yourself.
PoDoLax night and morning. Take
it freely as it is harmless and pleasant
to adult or child.
If you don't prevent?you are
pretty sure to repent?and the choice
Ask for and insist on PoDoLax?
aot Podophyllin?but PoDoLax which,
is Podophyllin with the gripe taken
?ut. See your druggist.
E. E. Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky.
P. ?. WAT, DRUGGIST, Newberry,
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Remodel or repair, we in- ^
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S1LL.3 A SrLLlALI I. I '
in Doors, Sash, Blinds, .
ronts and fixtures, pews,
tsed lumber, lath, pine and
effing and siding. "
liber Company f
i Dugas Streets.
lotto: * - ' '!
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salts Chops 1
Poultry , 1
i. iry imsnatc y
nees to two vacancies in the United 1
States Military academy at Annapolis.
Applicants must reside in the third
congressional district, must be between
the ages of sixteen and twenty
' A fmm corirtiis
years ana must ue ncc uu?u ? _
physical defects. I
Applicants will be examined mentally
on arithmetic, algebra, geometry
through plane geometry, geography .
English grammar, I'nited State history
and general history.
Wyatt Aiken, M. C.
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