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Machine's i.ciis .liiikcs it Look 2.,ik
}?ouster and Women Flee.
Pittsburg, iFeb. 0.?A commo
house f.y which made its way onto th
lens of a moving picture machine an
' was magnified several hundred time
in a North Side "nicklodeon" wa
the cause of a panic among the an
dience last night which but for ta
prompt action on the part of a fe\
cool headed spectators might hav
irtr\ o r crrnntov too1
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was being depicted on the screen.
The machine operator had bare!,
begun to run off the "thriller'' of th
fe night when there appeared on tin
screen a monster with legs like th
| limbs of a big tree, eves as big a
? saucers and a huge body covered witl
hair that looked like standing wheat.
At the first appearanse of the mon
ster women and children screamed ii
teror and a %rush was made for th'
door by the panic stricken audience.
Suddenly some one yelled: It's on
ly a flying machine." This brough
the panic stricken people to thei
senses and quiet was Quickly resior
ert. Several peop.e, However, wer?
severely bruised during the rush.
^ I Jr. (*. Vf'. Conner's Mother, Deceased
Mrs. Connor had a number o
relatives in Greenwood and a larg<
circle cf friends. Soe was highly es
teemed and the news of her aeatl
will be received with great sorrov
by all who know her.
L Kere is Something to Make The Doc
tors and Others Laugh.
A physician living in a large Xe"fi
England city was visited by a mos
m illiterate appearing woman whc
I brought with her a sick'y baby .abou
six months old. When the child's
hood was removed t..e doctor uncovered
that the child had but on<
ear. When he spcke of this. tin
"Yes, he ain't but one -^ar. It's
because he is a twin. The othei
/ didn't live but three days and he
didn't have but one ear ei:her. Seems
like a kind of pitt>' that tcis o- 4
couldn't of had both ears, seeing thai
tne other one ctidn t live long e ourto
need even one ear. But you don'i
git ttlngs the way you want 'em in
life an* I reckon this cne will
hfive tr> get along without the ear
^migbt as well not had."
msf i iqlli
Bad Tills, Ye Friendly Doctors oj
HAncthe- doctor received, the following
comprehe. s ive communication
from a paiient w o had gone to Colorado
fjr his health.
"Dear Poekt:r: Arrived here a'l
rite lart nite and feel some improved,
although there seems to be a goo 1
deal of sickness here frcm what I
'hear. Pewmony seems to be the faverifce
dizeaze and it often causes
u fatal deaht. but not i? broke up ii
time. The air is ail rite here and it
" it is so clea* they say they can see
a rale rode train at a distance of
59 miles, which shows t:are are
liars nere as elsewiiere. Living is so
high pocre folks mite as well be dead
enyhcw. Still, I mean to hang on if
I can. Never say dye is my Mottoe.
Butter is 40 ce::ts a pound here,
* eggs the same price. Meat is high,
\ and you almost 'have to pay to even
look at real nice frute. I was told I
would have some trubble in getting
my wind here until I got youst to it
but I ain't so far. Still *t will take
iuvtc mem wiuu 10 matte me wen.
But I live in hopes and as,
"Your friend and wollwisher.
L "D. J. Blank."
To the Y?^ers No. 1 Township: 1
L understand thai they are going to
^ move the schools of Garmany, Chinquepin
and Mt. Betnel just to please
two or three families. You will know
who these are when they get the
school moved to their door. I suppose
they will have a school apiece
when this is done. Are. you going to
Mend five miles to school? A great
sacy of you will have to send\six or
Hither pay for it. A great many of you
Hire sending to Newberry because three
miles is too far. Do you know that
^ you are paying for your schooling at
Newberry? Therefore, a man that Is
1 Bot able to pay has to keep his child^^ren
at home and pay his taxes. Do
ou know that you are prying one mill
And a half more than they are in No.
V? Ycur levy is still higher, therefore,
Kou are paying for yours at Newberry
and your taxes are paying for the
W man'6 school in No. 2. Therefore, you
get no good of it. Don't you know
\?hat it will cut down the value of your
laad and raise the value of the man's
land^fci No. 2, who is paying very lit\
tie taxes* So that will do away with '
thp school districts. So take it in the
townships then. Therefore, let John- j
stone school and Garmany go togeth-'
er somewhere near Mr. S. P. Crotwell's. j
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Save them. I
In our st
ment of HIGE
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. that we are gi
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: ' W es
Then you would save your money ?
thjjt vmi srp nn\-in2" tr? Xewherrv i i
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1 schools. If they move Garmany dcwn j
' ihe road let t.:em move it eight miles !
f om Newberry, then those four miles
from Newberry send to Newberry, four
' miles, being the line of No. 1 town
hIf). It is strange they want to move ;
it only one mile. Yen arp paying
enough money to the Newberry I
c*hoc\s to run a school on the out- |
s 39 cf the city limits, about $400 per
month, with the high school and the
common school. P'case do not think
hard of me for my suggestion. . I havp
a right to that being a tax payer and
j lawful vntpr Thic i-s; fnr mv hpripfit
*r>d others living in No. 1 township.
This means no harm to any special
one. Let Garmany stay where it is.
When you trade mules you always get
beat. B. B. Sloan.
I " ?Adv.
Discovered From Aeroplanes at Eleva- j
tion of 1,500 Feet.
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.. Pensacola, .FUu, .Feb. .11.?Lient. i
Towers, a navy aviator, late yesterday ;
afternoon demorstrated the fact that
' submarine mines planted in 'harbors i
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are discovered from aeropianes at an
elevation of 1,500 fett.
j Five mines were planted at the entrance
of the harbor here. The avia.
tor, in his daily experiments, report,
ed the location of the mines upon his
: returning to earth.
Later Lieut. Bellinger, without 1
knowledge of the report of his fellow
officer or the fact that mines had been
placed, ascended to a height of 2,000
; feet, at which elevation he not only
i discovered fohe mines the second time,
but traced the chains to each individual
Navy officers here attach great im- M
| portance to these devolopments in the ^
i use of airships and claim that they in sit"
I dicate the importance of aviation and ^
, aviators in future wars. The discovI
ery of these submarine mines, it is ex- tor
plained by aviators and their grother
officers lies in the fact that at great ioo
i heights the reflection upon the water
! tends to make it more transparent and j
cf a highly magnifying tendency. 4i
The Qniet Merchant.
Merchants who don't advertise remnd
one of a nan who kept store io
Spartanburg some years ago. He was ^U(
| more fond of literature and science j m,l
^and other things of business. Onej "
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>ons on the S. & H. Green
are now being distribute
Bring them to our store f<
ock you can always find
irniture and Fumiski
At Moderate Pi ices.
>n to Riving you GOOD
5, you are making- a sul:
you buy, if you keep the r
hen West-Martin Comp
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FRIESH AM? Nl
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We do not carry ov<
and let them dry out so 1
them fresh every spring
Make your garden bigge
and have some spring p
lawn and garden with bi
ers. This will keep you
than this! Try it
Come to 0^
y he and a congenial friend wei
ting by the fire in the rear end <
i store, engaged in an interestic
lversation, when a would-be cui
ner came in the front door lool
; for something to buy. Not Wan
; to be disturbed, the merchant pi
hand on his friend's knee, and i
ow voice said:
'Just keej) quiet, and he'll go 01
Give Him an Inch.
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'Why won't Mra. H. Peck let 'L*
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d are valuable.
a good assortm*
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GOODS at the
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NOV WATCH ThihGSj
er our seeds year after year
they won't sprout, but we get
j. Our seeds are reliable,
x this year. Sell vegetables
>in money, also beautify your
'ight, fragrant, smiling flowhappy
and smiling. Better
LJR Drug Store.
one No. 74.
e husband run their car?"
Df "She's afraid the feeling of power
ig will tend to make him insubordinate.'1
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS.
Parties holding claims against the
county for the year 1912 may get
checks for same by calling at my office
after Friday of this week. In case
it ... . .
or tne issue of a certincate snowing
approval of claim, the same must be
returned to me before claim will be
H. C. Holloway,
0 Clerk County Board of Commissioners.
:r Feb. 12, 1914.
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C. H. Gattis, f
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Mrs. C. F
" eluded in the Cc
5 Days in
Ci. A Da1.
JI. /iugu5unc9 i an
Day-light ride over
extension of the FI<
"Sea Going Railr
West, and Steam
, Many side trips ir
Florida and Cuba.
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The best Hotels e
man Sleepers, Dini
and State-room on
:! GATTIS TOURIST AGE
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tcluJed, both in
Trip to the
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