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'FIVE KINGS IX A CAYE"
Dr. Harms Addresses nen s jteetiBg
at Y. M. C. A.
News and Courier. 19th.
The Rev. J. Henry Harms, D. D.,
president of Newberry college, addressed
men at the Y. M. C. A. yesterday
afternoon. His subject was taken
from the 10th chapter of Joshua, 16th
verse: "Five kings in a cave.'" The
speaker told how these, after hiding
in the cave, were broug? t out and
(how .Joshua had them killed. After
telling 'his hearers of this, he menfir***
Athar L-incrc that infpsi'
IIUUCU H > <C7 umvi ivtiifto V??MV
the land, that have yet to be slain,
and named them as follows:
First,' King "Compromise." This
fellow should be dragged out and
shown no mercy. Nations and people
are wrecked who compromise.
Second. King "Cynicism." This one
should also be killed. The fellow
never believes in any one; hcs no
faith in his fellow man, but really |
delights in dilating on his railings
and shortcomings. He looks for noth- s
3ng: therefore lie finds nothing.
Third, King "Careless." He, too, is j
a very prominent creature who should
foe destroyed. I
Fourth, King "Can't'' This, he said j
is one of the worst of them all. He
shirks duty, imposes on others. There j
is no place for him, whatever.
Fifth, King "Selfishness.'' In nam- j
ing this fellow the speaker used ser- |
eral very appropriate illustrations,
showing how men lived just for what
they could gain for themselves.
A solo hy Mr. .T. D. Cappelman was
m 1 ?
L our custo
low at the barga
sense we don't <
nds get them of
nice thing about bar
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i or ours arier uiai 11
less than regular pr
ler good things too.
s and Overcoats
s' Knee Pants Suits 25 pr ct d
Edwin Clapp Shoe
j GOETHALS LIKES
>EW YORK OFFER
! Will Accept of His Terms ?re Met.
?Wants Jiore rower.
Panama, Jan. 23.?Col. George W.
Goethals, cheif engineer of the Panama
canal, recently was tendered the
j position of police commissioner of '
| New York and in reply to a letter sent :
! him by Mayor iMitchel through George
j W. Perkins, signified his willingness '
! to accept the position only under cer- j
f tain conditions. These conditions were |<
j that he s'hould be permitted to remain '
! on the isthmus until the caual is
completed and in successful operation
and that he be given complete '
control over the police department. <
Col. Goethels added that as he still
would be an army officer after his i
work here was completed he would
not resign to accept Mayor Mitchel's
offer, but that !he would take the po
sition if President Wilsor. '"ave him '
permission to retire.
Col. Goethals insisted, that he must
have complete control over the po- j
lice department, including the right (
to dismiss incompetent men without j
their having a right to appeal to a (
court which would annul his dismiss
- Col. Goet'bals said today that Mr. '
Perkins made a special trip to the 1
isthmus to bring him the letter from :
* rs~ 1 ^ /-kfTcn* 1
Mayor iviiicnei cuuuwmug vn.-..
of the commissionership. He added ;
that the conditions he imposed seem- <
ed alomst to preclude his becoming <
head of the New York police *
department. When the offer was first ;
i an imr
ition of I
ins we're offeri
care who gets
gains like these is tl
he wasn't before.
Q/?ko W?Q?? JPr I
ices are too good a
...$ 7.50 100 garrr
- 11-?? 150 garrr
_ 180? window.
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... $3.00 Bath 5
... 5.00 No goc
s, $5.00 and $5.50,
made, (he said, it looked attractive to
him, but investigation showed that
tne police commitssiuxiei s yunwo
were too limited to make it possible
to carry into effect reforms he might
To be Commended.
Supervisor Corley is to be commended
for his efforts to give the people
of the sand ihills a public highway
?a decent public road to the county
capital. CVIay he not let up until the
good work is complete. The people
of the lower section of the county
have not had what justly belongs to
them but since the county has a roadbuilding
machine?just the thing for
building roads in the sand?the supervisor
expects to do his duty.
To Prevent Blood Poisoning
apply at once the wonderful old reliable DR.
'OkTKR'S ANTIF2PTIC HEALING OIL.asur
ical dressing: that relieves pain and heals a'
=ame time. Not a liniment. 25c. 50c. $1.0rHIS
SAVES YOU MONEY
We are druggists right here
in your town and make a living
Dut of the drug business, but it
is because people have to have
Irugs and not because we like to see
people suffer?we don't. Our duty is
:o render the best service we can, and
svhen someone is ailing, we are invested
in seeing them take the best
medicine there is for their particular
trouble. We don't recommend "cureills,"
as we don't believe there are
such things. We don't want you to
spend more than you have to. Some
3f you get small wages, ana wnen
you're sick, none at all, and you
cut equcti u
ng in our clearar
them; we'd like
lat whoever gets one
. thing to pass up.
f- r\-P "\Tr*nrlirrad QViirfc m<TkCflv
h UJL Cgllg^/V^ kJilii bU) iiivkjvij m
ind $1.-50 grade now
t nobby colored Hats, $3.00 gr;
lobes, $3.50, $5.00 and $6.00 g
Now $2.50, $:
)ds charged at these prices.
for ten days only.
j Will be sold on
front of the Co
DR. R. M. 1
Instant Relief for
GILDER & WEEKS, BRIG
should get tne most you uan iur >um
We recently came across a new
remedy for increasing strength and
building up people who are run-down
and emaciated. We know that a
slight trouble sometimes grows into
a serious one, and to stop it in the ;
beginning, will save you money in I
good for a few hours, but Lakes hold
the end. This new compound is call- j
pd Rpxall Olive Oil Emulsion. It is |
the best remedy, when you are run-1
down, tired out, nervous?no matter j
what the cause. It doesn't merely;
stimulate you and make you feci j
? 1 1 1 1
: of them
arge sizes in
ade now $2.25
5.50 and $4.00
d Place on
Feb. 2, 1914, m
urt House, easy
for 15 years
rhe Standard Skin Remedy I
~n cl:_ t ?/?? !
till kj K III J / UU(/(Cd
GISTS, DEWBERRY, S. C.
of the weakness and builds you up
to a healthy, normal condition. It is
! a real nerve-food tonic and builder j
of good blood, strong muscle good i
digestion. It contains Hypophot phites,
which tone the nerves, and pure Olive
Oil, which nourishes the nerves, the
blood and the entire system. Pleasant
to take. Contains no alcohol or
| habit-forming drugs. We promise
i that if you are not perfectly satisfied
I with it, we'll give back your money
as soon as you tell us. Sold only at
; the 7.000 Rexall Stores, and in this
town only by us. $1.00.?Gilder and
Week?. Newberry, S. C.
Will cujre your Rheumatism M
Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps, M
Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts an<^fl
Burns, Olii Sores, Stings of Insecl^
Etc. Anti?s?p(ic Anodyne, used iH
ternally a?d externally. Price 25oH^H
! fJIfSGHESTEB S PILLS ^
THK DIAMOND BRAND. A TV
iSndicit! Ask your Drueglni, for A\ ,
? ? RKa cMj|.clic*-tor s Diamond Brand/#V\
fills ia Red and (void ir.etallic\\jry
^o*?, scaieu^with Blue Ribbon. \/
1M ~iuiie iiO ointr. nuj 01 your
1/ or Ask for CIIJUCIIE8-TER6
C Jf P1A3IOND KRANI> 1'ILL*, for S3
\ <0* B veais known as Best, Safest, Always ReliaW#
SqLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE j
We Pay Cash J
Hens - - 12c J1
j Fry Chickens - - -14
Eggs, dozen - - 25c
j Turkeys 13c
i Best price for beef hides.
j MILLER BROS, M
Prosperity, 5. C.
I Pay Cash
For Hens 12c lb ^
Roosters 7c lb
Frvinsr Chickens 14c lb J
Turkeys 13c fl
Jas. D. Quattlebanm, AHj
Prosperity, 5. C. fl
j !J0 OCULISTS AND OjJ
! TIOIANS: r V
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I Th? bMt ?o?SM? W*K u tmg -m
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Words of Praise i
For Mayr's Wonderful
#?L "ifMCitf. "How thankful we are to ^
/' %?!'!? B?yon ^or a h?!<i ?' A
jjgj lijpMMBft your wonderful Remedy.
1 vrWjH My wife could not have v||
w#'** ^TW" ^ut a s^lort t'me t0 live
' a caSaS#' ^ s^e ,ia<* not tal?en yOCT
l^flU Wocderfd Remedy when' C
she did. One more of those
" SS^hL31 paroxysm pains she was
\ ffiP&'&teg&S&gii. having would have killed
.Fij ^er w'thout a doubt. Now
? JJ. A \ '11? s^e 's *re<* from all pain.
ti&jt / J | i free from heart trouble and
1r | free from that disturbing
1 t N#?nr?1pin?all th?? results
of five treatments ? and ^
he expulsion of five or six hundred Gall Stones. M
No'.v .she is able to eat anything she wants and
er appetite is good and before taking your '
:edieine she had no appetite and wheif she ate |
nything she would suffer death for so doing
ad could not sleep at night; siuce taking your ^
ratrnent she sleeps well all night long. T. A.
r.F. tLL. Roanoke, Texas."
The above letter should convince yot* more
lian anything we could say in behalf of Mayr's A
Vonierful Stomach Remedy. Sufferers ,
notild try one dose of this Remedy?one dose
ho'.'ld convince them that they can be restored *
;o health. Nearly all Stomach Ailments are
?us.?d bv the clogging of the intestinal tract
with m ;.-*d and catarrhal accretions allowing
joL?o:^ * h ids into the Stomach and otherwise
leru rh * digestive system. Mayr's Wonderul
.* i Remedy painlessly removes these
iccr : vithout a surgical operation and puts
in end to Colic Attacks, Gases in the Stomach
. nd Intestines and all of the usual symptoms *
t Si'jra i -h. Liver and Intestinal Ailments. Ask
>ur druggist about Mayr's Wonderful Stomach
emedy or send to Geo. H. Mayr. Mfg.. Chemist,
54 Whiting St., Oi?c>eo, 111., for free booklet
n * rj-h ^lments and many grateful letter* jA
r>r- x.o.-iiv io nave been restored.
For Sale in Newberry, S. <X, by Gilder
& Weeks. fl
Wonderful Congh Bemedy,
Dr. King's New Discovery is known M
everywhere as the remedy which will
surely stop a cough or cold. D. P.
Lawson of Eidson, Tenn., writes: "Dr.
King's New Discovery is tue most
wonderful cough, cold and throat and
lung medicine I ever sold in my
store. It can't he beat. It sells withjout
any trouble at all. It neeeds 110
i guarantee." This is true, because Dr.
j King's New Discovery will relieve the
1 most obstinate of coughs and colds
| Lung troubles quickly helped toy its
luse. You should keep a bottle in the
| house at ill times for ail the mem!
bers of the family 50c. and $1.00. All
Druggists or by mail H. E. Bucklen /
I & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis.
Can Not and Do Not Toodi tbe Urn
They may clear oat the intestinal tract,
but do not relieve the damxned-up bile. **
Years ago May Apple Boot (called Podophyllin)
wbs a last-resort bile starter. W
It griped fearfully, but brought out the
bile. Podophyllin with the gripe taken
oat is cow to be had under the name