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IS of Wagon Buy
! is the Best anc
wag'ons are sole
| buying,, "Stude
| for nearly 60
? They're buying r
i day than ever be
wagon is boughi
where ever y
than other wag<
it will put you ur
H ilAWA VU V bVf <
f j Summer
rap'hers to accompany the fleet on its senat?,
cruise. j in the
It will be fully a week before the j branch
Atlan.ic fleet is assembled at Tarn- luting
pic3, though the ships are expected to cases,
be steaming away tomorrow. Rear i
Admiral Badger will rank Rea" Ad- |
miral Fletcher and Rear Admiral
Mayo and will take complete charge '
of the situati n. j Federal
I Week of Grace. I
While the shiDs, are under wav !
I Gen. Huerta will have abou a week J ... ,
in which to answer the American de- : . .
i wke he]
mands. The crisis in the si nation is r
expected t3 come if Gen. Huerta de-; u
1 can fla;
clines to veild by the time the At- .
. Q . , i Americi
lan:ic fleet arrives, various succeed-] , .
. , . , ?pends i
lrg steps we"e beins; discussed among
naval officers today and those familiar , ,
wi:h precedent said thpre was no
,, , . , , expec.e
exact parallel m international law. ^
It was uointed out hv snmp that. , ^
, - ? : ana sir
the United States might land marines j miral %
and seize Tampico to1 obain satisfac- j fl(]ellce
| tion for the incident, but this raised I uayy (j(
| the question of whether or not an act | tonight
of war would be involved. The
Washington administration has Pr;)~ i instruct
V ncunced itself on the subject of land-! 'QShaug
I ing marines or marching armed Huerta
p forces into Mexico as regarding such : y(]minis
L acts in the nature of war unless per- j hut the;
f mission is given oy ine government i
i on i ne
in control of the territorv invaded.
. The p
Inasmuch as no government is rec- T . r>
1 Lind, Pi
ognized in Mexico, but a Stare of an- rcsentat
arc-hv exists, the American govern- ,
ment may establish its own precedent
* in the case. It is not considered like- , .
ly that, if marines actuallv were landwit
ed and the American flag taken .
w tarv sit
ashore in satisfaction for the affront
occasioned bv the arrest of the ma- ~
nnes, any further measures would be ?
, . . , ~ ~ Presider
5 insisted on. Some officers pointed out 0
, , T_ Secretai
that the Huerta commander might . i
| before t
not resist the landing of American .. .. . ,
marines, inasmuch as he is hemmed reports*
in on land by the constitutional so coml
(forces. Should he consent to a peace- reyj
ful landing: it is likely that they soon wasbin?
"would be withdrawn.
The American government 'has
landed marines in San Domingo and Mr. L
L .Nicaragua but has held that permis- cative, t
sion was granted in each case. In a vacati
Nicaragua American marines kept a the gov<
railroad from falling into the hands the pres
of a rebellious force. Actual war or formed
intervention could not be undertaken ments h
without" authorization by congress is consi
and even the landing of marines at unusual
temes fcas raised a question in tbe -mand fo
l?m nsdg?a^^ raHBMgSSEBaB
ion oj the Majority 1
ers is that the QuuMafaj, |
i MnqS- Frnnnmiral Warinn
J I IVafb hiVWI BWIIIIVUI wi
Lr almost twice as many Studebaker
i as any other maKe.
two minutes. IBM
wagons wouldn't sell at this
> unless they gave more value A
ins. Let us tell you why?
ider no obligations whatever. tsSSmtM
eived, a car load of
Will make it to your
see us before buying.
-Wise Stock Co.
though i: has led to no change j
i attitude of the executive j
o: the government in c-onsti-1 ^
itself as the judge of such j / /
MAY KM> INCIDENT 1
I Commander at Tanipico Must \ \
Salute American Flag. W""
ington, April 13.?Upon |
r t.:e c:mmaiider of the Huerta | | O "Cj
at Tampico salute the Ameri- ^ J QY Till
; in apology tor the arrest of | Or. the front of every carto,
an marines lust Thursday, de- p 131)61 of evefy bottle of ti
mmedia e developments in the | Q DR. BELL'S
1 situation. Presiden: Wilson! | INE"TAR-H(
j unofficially today that he ^ you win find th? bell
d the federal commander at ^ Granny Metcalfe, the saste
gj Kentucky, says?"Startin* ri^r
0 to fire a salute to the Stars 0 eett1"'ri*ht " s
<y precautions, you know what to
ipes as demanded by Rear Ad- | ?T ? The ?
1 jrr\ on/i n c\ cnnl'A TtrvV* o r> r\-r\ _ +
um v ujiu 11^ o \> x n cx v vjia Y/l
W 2Bo., 80c., $1.00, AT DRL
that implied insistence. T.:e
apartment still was unadvised
as to whether or not the salute
n fired. It is understood that! NOTICE FINAL SET'
ions have been sent to Charge ! Notice is hereby give
ihnessy to represent -to the make final settlement, a
government the feeling of the tor, on the estate of Fra
tration here over the affront, wanger, deceased, in the
re 'has been no announcement! for Xewberry county at
subject. | the forenoon, May 14th,
rese:ice in Washington of John mediately thereafter app
esident Wilson's personal rep- dismissory as such admi
ive in Mexico for the last eight All persons having c
who arrived here today on the j said estate will present
itial yacht Mayflower, gave the ! tested on or before that d
?ton government an adviser (T.
ecial knowledge -of the mili- Ad
nation at Tampico. Mr. L.ind
everal hours with Secretary ^
oday. Tomorrow he will see the i>ia"honi]
it Wilson, accompanied by ch&^L^/iSun
y Bryan, for an hour just box?.'scaled ^fth lj
w3 Teke no other. K
he cabinet meeting. Author- rj - j# i>mec??t- Askforc
I (*- 2f WAMO.N'B I5RA>
It is said that Mr. Lind's Vv & years known as Best. Sa
on the general situation were 5W.0 PVDP''HOIST
)rehensive and complete that
ly did not have to come to AN'MAL RETT
?ton to supplement them. Executors, guardians o
, ~ , m. tors shall, whii<! an estai
In Good Time. , .
their care or custody, at
ind himself was uncommuni- fore the first day of July
saying merely he had sought re:.der to the Judge of F
on and was at the orders of ' county from which they
~1 T*T1 r>-| all f TXVr??l^ r\ v? ^ 7 ? 4- ! - __ ^ X J. 1 j .
-.i mutiii. >yuiic iic lias ivcpi i.ers cesiainexixary or ietu
ident and Secretary Bryan in- juration a just and true i
constantly about develop- -oath, "of the receipts and
is presence here at this time of such estate the precec
dered opportune, should any year, which Tvhen exami
situation ariee out of the dk- proved, shall be deposit
r a salute at Tampico. inrentory and appraisem
j , , h i n \mtv-mm
0. . ASK THE mail who
coii^tmctidri yo i rospe
Idi-al specification* am
I Tell Iiim that it mus
gjf ami electricaliy started
( heck the speeifieati
of tlie Studehaker FOl'l
Hi at (ise commie.enes$
ant essentials are inel;
Full ilcatiiitr rear
S throughout?all-'y steel
|| small bore motor?cylli
Ir ed calves?exhaust and
?10> in., wheel base?
. gj 3?x3;2 in. tires?left h
B control?detachable de
B tra rim?gasoline suppl
B ion and rain yision,
iSiudebaker Jiffy ciirtai
i I _ .
I! Buy It i
I cause It I;
I I MO
1 1 1400 MAIN STP
! nan&rs beLanain? to such estal
office of said Judge of Proba
:o be kept for the inspection
\ persons as may be interests
\ \ i estate.
I \ \ i any executor, guardian
|~? \ \ j ministrator should neglect tc
Ik I suc^ <rnnuai account he shal
Jjk y j entitled to any commissions
j j .rouble in the management .of
J f j estate, ana shall moreover be
y/ yfa i be sued for damages by any p
si H ' Persons interested in such
H Sec- ion 3648-3765.
f Rrll I c;.i?tT!
b I/blub | ! UUU6C UL ai
1 I I NOTICE F1XAL SETTLED
ie GENUINE y. I
^ Notice is hereby given tha
"iMT n ^ make final settlement, as adn
" ^ or. cn the estate of Mrs. Rosa
in a circle. ^ injek in the probate court for
of Western . , , . ,.
it and stayin' % TV COUIKV at 11 0 clock in t
o, with thpse Z , .
buy, and can 2 noon. Mav 8th. 1914. and mi:
!ell" ^ iy '.hereafter apply for letters
ic storessory as such administrator.
v////////////^ . All persons having claims
said estate will present them
- ,,,r,,vrr tested jn or before that date.
I L|!?J1L3 r k t\
j. A. Domin
n that I will . , . . ,
s admmistra- A 9 ?14_
noes I-?. Haiti
Drobate court : Call For Your Pacers.
11 o'clock in; All persons who have left
1914, and iin- j in :he Clerk of Court's office,
ily for letters j cord, are earnestly requesd to
inistrator. j the same, regardless of whett
laims against j are paid or unpaid.
them duly at- Respectfully,
:ate. Jno. C. Gogg;
F! Addv t Clerk of (
minitsrator. Newberry, S. C., April 8th, 19
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5 P|I I Q | STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
r ILLO ! COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
loT^df/ra^d/Vv^ B-v *- Schumpert, Esquire, !
iold metallicX.!^/ ! Tmlo-A
Blue Ribbon. \V , JUU&e.
' WTiereas, G. A. C. Wicker liat
fetSwisKdiab? ! suit to me. to brant him Letters
* FVFPVWHFP' ! ministration of the Estate of ;
! lects of J. W. Wicker.
RNS. There are therefore to cite z
r administra- monish ail and singular the 1
frt rflmoinc ivi nnri ("rpmtnrc nf 'Tip esiH .T W.
i Clllf iiio III I V*. ^ ~ . ...
any timfe be- deceased, that they be and app
cf each year, fore me, :n the Court of Probat*
'robate* of the j held at Newberry, S. C., 011 Apr
obtained let-1 next after publication thereof,
5rs o'' admin- o'clock in the forenoon, to show
iccount, npon if ary they have why the said
expenditures istration should not be granted.
lir.? calendar Given under mv Hand, this S
ined and ap- of March Anno Domini, 1914.
/id with the C. C. Schumpe
'>at, or other J. P. !
" '" i,ut'tr?nhil*
nil HI -/i?v * * * 9 V** ivvu >%uu v
ct most, t;? ui>(* you the running board?(iri
1 equipment /or a four- lamps?electric hori
('ar* lie will hesitate t
t be of the highest quality, nnles he knows ths
I and lighted. built and >o!d by us
ons he gives you by those Only the magruiti
K and you will be astonish- makes the price po>
with which all the importTIfV
uded in the following list:
_ . Touring- (a
I exclusively?long stroke, I-andau-Fna
nders east en Ijloc?euelos- Sedan ...
I intake manifolds integral
full-elliptic rear springs? ^
and steering and centre
immutable rims, with ex- . - .
j beneath cowl?clear vis- ventilating
windshield? Delivery Ca
ns?illuminated speedome- All Prie<
INDI6EST!QH OVERCOME fT
of suej Overcome by Simple Remedy.
i in the ' Hurried and careless habits of eat- i
ing, irregular meals and foods that '
I do not harmonize, tend to weaken i .
or ad- the digestive organs and result in I you
) render ; different forms of stomach trouble. j yea
1 not be ' If you are one of the unfortunates i doc
for his have drifted into this condition, j yea
.j cat. diiiipzc iwus siuwiy, regu- j
tae sai jar]y an(j tajje yinoj our delicious!,.
liable lo \ *\. j * I tioi
nauic tu C0(j jlver an(j iron tonic.
erson or , ^rs> H j. smith, Thomasville, Ga., me(
estate.? says: "I suffered from a stomach Son
trouble, was tired, worn cut and ner- Swj
pert, | tous. A friend advised me to take A
obate. VinoL My stomach trouble soon dis- reC(
appeared and now I eat heartily and ^
EST. hire a perfect digestion and I wish
t I will I every tired, weak woman could have,mai
linistra- for 1 never spent any money sJrl
F Dom- *n my" ttiat ^ me so muc^ ?ood." wa5
J* , The recovery of Mrs. Smith was beli
due to the combined action of the all
he fore- i me(]icinai elements of the cods' livers it is
mediate- j ?aided by the blood making and ,jm<
dismis- strength creating properties of tonic r^.
iron, which are contained in Vinol.
against1 We return the purchase money one
, 1 / every time Vinol fails to benefit.
duly at- _ _ ^ _ . .. ,
P. S. Our Saxo Salve stops itch.ing
and begins healing at once. Wes
ick' GILDER & WEEKS. T)rii???rists.
ra*l0r* Sewberry, S. C. bi_
I >0T1CE TO DEMOCRATIC CLUBS.
papers Jn accordance with the constitution
for re- or the Democratic party of South Carcall
for : olina, the Democratic clubs of the ]
ier fees I "ounty of Newberry are hereby called j ]
j to meet at their respeciive places of
! meeting on Saturday, April 25:h, 1914, Proi
ins, ! for the purpose of reorganization.
>OUrt. I A r ?V,;? ? k. o A A tit-irtn +r> r Vi n I Sf
LUIS inccLni^, in auui-uiuu %uv
election af officers for the club, there Bin?
should be elccced one member trom hctt,
l ? *17
each club to se~ve as a member of W111
the County Executive Committee for inf0]
Probate two yearSf an(j a]SD delegates to the an(*
County Convention, which will con- an(3
h made vene at xewberry Court House on I ^'ev;
1 of ; Monday, -May 4th, 1914. Each club is j 51.OC
anrf Pf- i .... . , , . ?
*? entitled ro one delegate ior every
twenty-five members and one delegate j
ind ad- for a majority fraction thereof.
Wicker P1"0?0*5^ new snail meet fm
ear be- a" *lie same *ime> f?r the same pur- tfl
e to be i pose anci organization as the old clubs. wL<
il 14th, j Secre:aries will forward names of
, at 111 delegates to the County Convention to \
' cause,< the Secretary at their earliest con- \
Admin- venience. \ i
FRED. H. DOMINICK, J
let day f
County Chairman. \ f*
FRANK R. HUNTER, J
N. C. Secretary.
F. O. B. DETROIT
Electrically Started i
Electrically Lighted j
W'Jru' Mirre'nl flpiln
ly <V* Davis best parabolic
n and full supply of tools.
o put a price upon such a car
it Iiis ideal is actually being
ide of Studebakcr operations
TIDEBAKE SIX K
I ? J / I u
Hster $1S00 I
I'DKBAKEK FOUR I
?s F. 0. B. Detroit.
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ELEPHOEE NO. 300
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HE GREATEST KIDNEY REMEDY
ON EARTH,' SAYS A GKATEFl'L
wanr tn rpll vmi how miifh eraod
ir Swamp-Root did me. About four
rs ago. I suffered from what the
tors called fistula and for two
rs of that time, I endured what no
gue can tell. I also 'had inflamma1
of the bladder and I tried doctors
iicines without receiving any help,
tieone told me about Dr. Kilmer's
frffin'r or *f q tq T
.Xl^A C4. IUU1 VU^U W1 lUi) JL
?ived relief, so kept on using it
today I am a strong and well wo1.
If I ever feel badly or out of
;s, I take Swamp-Root and it al-s
straightens me out. I honestly
eve that ihis medicine would cure
troubles you recommend it for and
; a pleasure for me to send my tes
:>ny and photograph to you. I
ik Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is
of the greatest medicines on earth.
Mrs. John Baily,
it Main St. Portland, Ind.
.1 ? J A
LiuacJiueu axiu awuxu IU ueiuie .me
12th day of July, 1909.
C. A. Bennett,
Dr. Kilmer & Co., *
Binghamton, N. Y.
re What SwaniD-Boot Will Do For
:nd 10 cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
inampton, N. Y., for a sample size
le. It will convince anyone. You
also receive a booklet of valuable
rmation, telling stout the kidneys
bladder. When writing, be sure
mention The Herald and News,
berry. S C. Regular 50 cent and
) size bottles for sale at all drug
actually millions V
1Q and millions of \
genua that grow 0
from one or two that \
got under the akin A
and Into the blo?d. V
SR. BELL'S J
Antiseptic Salve \
plied right away would hare killed those few m
rms ana kept these millions from being bom. \
' have a fee. box of this salve ready for emer- A
ncies, ask for Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Soivc. r
*T?n It By Th. B?k 4