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ialize with Hart, Sc
id Adler & Sons ]
i. Clothing. With th
hard to fit ones, C
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A complete line or
We are showing tl:
and Boys' Odd Pan
ry. Our stock of S
the greatest we ha\
felt and straws, are
by. A great line of
Dress Shirts, Collar
kerchiefs, etc. We 1
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ty, style and price.
BANDIT KOBS TRAIN
Holds l*p Seaboard Express at Colum- 1
bia and iiets Small Booty?Fas- ^ J
senders I nmolested.
Columbia, March 2S.?An unknown \
white man, pistol in hand, entered tiie
express cat or' the north bound Fieri-! ==
(ia-Cub i special oi' ,h: Seaboard Air | TFlC
Line, from Tampa to Xew York, as th-i j
train was leaving Columbia at C: 4r> |
o'clock this afternoon, compelled the [
express messenger to open a small j
safe, and after taking from it a pack- j And
oo-o coi/J try Ho valna inmrtMl
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off as the train slowed up for a cross- j
ing in the nor hern limits of the city.
After toe crew had instructed the t"watchman
at che crossing to communicate
wi:h the Columbia police the
train proceeded on its way. Neither
passengers nor mail clerks were mo- j
lested- ' i Dram
Officials of the express company!
were unable to estimate tonight the '
value of the package secured by the
robbers. They say ;hey are unable t3 1
<cr?tp whprp rhp ntnlpn nMr*Tca?p \v 'i
put on and will not know until to
morrow how much money i- contain- ABC
Third of Its Kind. Praisi
The robbery tonight is the third of !
i*6 kind in Columbia within rhe past
two years. In each case the hold-ups '
have been by one man. Xo arrests i
have been made in the other cases, j ^^nmt
Railway officials said *hat the man !
robbed the train tonight while it was !
proceeding three blocks. Presumably ules. It run
boarding ihe train at the passenger ; New York an
staion in the -heart of the city, the ; sums of mone
robber left the car as the train slowed Of \0
up at the entrance to the Sidney Park j at0 tonj,rj
1 - T>1, _ -r l.- i? 1
^ai us. i lit* i ctpiuiiy 01 ins opeiauonts, nounced that
railroad officials say, is all but uu- ; robber wa
"known in the history of South Caro- - t^e Seaboarc
lina crimes. ; contained lett
Tonight special agents of th< rail- Florida point?
road company, the Southern Express ' at Portsmoutl
company and nolice detectives are
? j ri r \\ m ui ai
looking for clues. So far. there is -jon off-red is
nothing :c reward them. | he had a pacli
Kxpress Messenger Freeman, in j volope eontair
charg- of ti e car, described the rob- much like an (
ber as a man of medium height, rath
er strongly built, with dark hair ?nu \ Report F
complexion. The messenger said thai | \orfolk. Ya.
the man wore a mask, which effect- the Seaboard
ually concealed his features. 'announced th;
(The Florida-Cuba special, north ; boarded Seabc
bound, is No. 2, 0:1 the railroad sched-j train No. 2, en
iv for Spring business with
r A C/
ie of new Spring Merchanlents.
& Marx and Daymen's
and Young Men's
Aif* lines lira pan f;*
V/1X TTV l/Ull Ilk II1C
'orae in and see them.
Boys' and Children's Suits. (
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le largest line of Mens
is ever shown in Newberhoes,
Oxfords, Pumps, are
re ever shown. Hats, both
the nobbiest of the nob
I Inrlprwpair NpGrliGrpAAnrl
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s, Cravats, Belts, Handwant
your Easter business,
e can please you in qualiYours
Wednesday, April 1st
One Big Record-Breaking Succe;
A i Diru rnwirni A MC
niu. i\ivi i wmjui/iniiu
entire Metropolitan Production, in Geo. Ba
McCutheon's Famous Story
atized by Winchell Smith and Byron Ongle
i/Iost Thrilling Yacht Scene
50LUTELY CONTINUOUS LAUGHTER
ed by Every Dramatic Critic in the Countrj
Prices: $1.00,75c, 50c and 25c.
Seats on sale at Gilder & Weeks.
is from Jacksonvile to Florida, in Columbia .lonigh
id otter acrnes large forced the express messenger,
!*r' point of a revolver, to open tl
Aalue to Robber. ]t wag gai(J tjiat Qnjy Qne ba?
it express officials an-! ,, mv.
names was iaj\eii. iut* amjuui
the package stolen by ,
loss was not made public.
is ot 2i0 value, except to
1 Air Line railway, h
ers and reports from $5.000 FOR LOSS OF 4 FIXG
> to the general officers !
i, Va.. tli, v sav. Thev 1!ke- SpartanlMirtr Mill
)oat The explana- tive< ,llr-v to (;ivp *
that the robber thought """*
age of currency, the enling
the reports looking Spartanburg, March ?Lew;
ordinary money package.! a mill worker, was awarded
j damages in a suit against i:
1 '* : nulls by a jury in common plea
. March 28.?Officials of j, . , , , ..
: late today. Rice lost tour fins
Air Line here tonight
, , , . ! an accident at the mill, and als
at one masked robber i
>ard Air Line passenger plained \hat he had ajmost lost
route to New York from of his righi arm. He sued for :
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A Kodak h
your children, w
in after vears.
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I can supp}
very small cost.
j Dont fail t
II votes on the fret
II will also g
purchase on tha
i The Houi
1 ?Backache HH
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' C fered with terrible back- 2 J . j 1
ache, pains in my limbs, 1 ^
5S ' and my head ached nearly I
= all the time. Our family *
doctor treated me, but
only gave me temporary
relief. I was certainly in 1
rr 1 bad health. IAy school
teacher advised me to I
y i The Woman's Tonic
I took two bottles, in all,
and was cured. I shall 8
always praise Cardui to
sick and suffering wo- ||
jj men." li you suiierirorn ||||
; III pains peculiar to weak I
i Jrl women, such as head- W U
ache, backache, or other gV|
J 11ll symptoms of womanly |||l
I trouble, or if you merely I
ly need atonic for that tired, 11| 1
tfw nervous, worn-out feel- Vy I
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t and I make
at the ! mmi^m^?mmam^hmbh^^ Qf J. ,
ie safe. I MOLLYCODDLE 2Sth d
ofval-| LAXATIVES Court
of the | Jan and Do Not Touch the Liver
They may clear out the intestinal tract, , . .
but do not relieve the dammed-up bile. auniini
Years ago May Apple Root (called Poj.
dophyllin) was a last-resort bile starter. otmhhi
< It griped fearfully, but brought out the
bile. Podophyllin with the gripe taken HHBI
out is now to" be had under the name BMHI
is Rice, ; ^ ,
$-",,000 j " " ~ 1
pnan! CHICHESTER SPILLS
ri COurt THE DIAMOND BRAND. A.
Ladles! A?k your Drugc'st for /A
T<>r< in i\ Ohl-okes-ter 8 Diamond Brand/#\\
^ IMlls in Red 2nd Gold metallic^X^/
boxes, sealed with Blue Ribbon. \/
:0 COJU- ? KZ* Take no other. Buy of your "
I / ? flr Druggist. Ask forC'lII-ClfES-TERS
the lise 1^- tS DIAMOND BIfAND FILLS, for 25
Jh years k now nas Best. Safest, Always Reliablf
M sooo. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. M
uill make Field Day decidedly mor
th a Kodak you can make pictures c
faich will be a great pleasure to ther
Jy you with Kodaks and Films at
:o register on that day and get 1 00\
ive 100 votes with every five cen
!OODS FOR SAME MONEY
Book and Ci.
S Variety i^lOrC
se of a Thousand Things
Gives New Sti
If you find it a terrible task t(
appetite?take Dike's Tonic Hypoj
enriches the blood, purifies it and r<
sues to their normal strength.
Dike's Tonic Hypophosphites Si
n All Cases Where the System I
Where There Is Lack of Vitality?D
>rgy and Loss of Appetite.
It is best for convalescents, p-i
? w ? J o
)ld strength and energy in place of
weakness and listlessness so comm
One Dollar a Bottle.
We guarantee Dike Household!
We know what they cont
P. E. YVA^
The People's Drug Stor
944 Main St. Ne^
t'E OK FINAL SETTLEMENT. I All persons
i said estate wij
:e#is hereby given thai I will! That date,
a final settlement of the estate !
J. Schumpert, deceased, on the !
ay of April, 1914, in the Probate j March 26 ig
for ithe county of Newberry, S.' _
d will immediately thereafter: Subscribe to
for letters of discharge as such a year?
stratvix. | Newberry Ceni
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MAYES' DRUG S
) do your dailyflesh
Bstores the tishould
Be Used '
ving back the
on after proI
vberry, S. C.
holding claims against
II file same on or before
Sue E. Schumpert,
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