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pe JeraiD anil Jems.
Entered at the Postotfice at Newberry,
S. C. as 2nd cla>> matter.
E. H. A I'LL. EDI TOR.
Friday, a\Iy 29. 1914.
How about a caautauqua for Newberry?
It is no; too late.
Chester is a neat and clean t wn
has considerable paved streets and
Vhat so helps a.:y town. That is
;one thing X ?wberry need-; vureat)y
'ipaved streets. A little cleaning up oi
t-cire ot* the streets we now.hav?? wonl 1
?iiot hurt. x
The State campaign does no :pen
until July IT. It is somewhat strenuous
a'ter that and will tak.* s.anc
Ability at physical endurance to gc
through wi h i . It is the penalty out
(has to pay i:i South Carolina to secure
public office and many pay without
even the reward o.' office.
What does Anderson need most il
she intends to be a ci y? Pavec
sreets.?Anderson 1 ntelligence \
The building of strets marks tin
forward movement of any town br city
No ow.i can expect or hope to be anything
or to do any hing until it begins
*o build some decent streets. We bav<
said that as o Newberry and it is a:
true as any gospel ever preached
Wha: we need 111 Newberry just now i;
k a movement t') build some streets
We have none. Literally none. Th<
present generation should not be ex
HLected to pay the whole cos> either
^Lmebody get busy if we are to star
march of progress. ?
Pis is a new coun.ry and we iiav<
^^^een growing rapidly in materia
pp ways. In our cities we have snioke
| sacks and factories creating wealti"
& and attrac.ing population and 'th<
H - time is at hand to begin to live i/
^ our city comfortably and surroundec
I by beauty. The Knoxville Sentine
"With a census population of 233,
000. Indianapolis is expending $850,
000 a year i s park and boulevarc
system. It does no; seem to doub
the wisdom of this investment and i
has confidence in the prudence of i.:
park commissioners. The latest re
rpor; of the park board declares ma
all progressive cities are makinf
great efforts to secure and improv<
parkways and parks and piaygi^unds
Kansas Ci y has expended nearl;
$30,000,000 o i parks and city plai
realization, and the annual bulletii
I i". .not less than $1,000,000. Kansa
I City has a census population of 248,
000. Knoxville hu" been assured re
peatedlv by men who have travels
extensively and have s udied thes
questions professionally that for
comparatively small outlay this ci
ca ] secure a wonderfully oeautnu
chain o:' parks and bbulevards. Thi
does not mean tha" parks and boule
yard's can be had for nothing. Ev
erything that is wcr h while must b
paid for. It is time for Knoxville t
pu forth its hand and claim for th
people a part of Jie natural sceni
wonders Of its site. It will requir
move brains and energy than money.
What is true of Knoxville is equall.
true of Spartanburg, and while her
is lit le to encourage those who ar
advocating parks for this city in th<
immediate fu ure, the sentiment i:
favor of beautiful surroundings fo
i the" city is growing and in time, a
1 surely as we live, the park questioi
will be dealt with liberally. We wil
"keep it in mind.?.Spar anburg Herald
And what is true of Knoxville an<
| Spartanbtfrg is true of Newberry.
Newberry has rhe natural advan
L tages for a park right in the hear: o
^ the city and the beauty or* the situaiioi
is that the land can be secured now a
a nominal cost. And it will make ai
ideal park. Of course, r takes mone:
to get anything or to d > anything
wort'.: while. The money can be se
cured with a little, effort. A commi.
I tee has been appointed to look intD it
but as too of>n happens in Newberr;
in such tilings ihe commit'ee g*;es int
ihnocuous dessuetude or. which is jus
as bad waits for the "psychologica
moment" which nc-vcr comes. W(
hope President Spearman will notif;
B The chairman of t lis committee tha
the "psychological moment" is n. v
and if he is not going to get his com
mittee together tha; another chairma<
I will be named. The Business Leagui
%vas no formed 13 wait for "psycho
"[ " T
logical moments' but "o brum things
to pass, or at least to make an effort'
' to do so. If we will si: down and "wait
- for "pschological mo men s" we will be,
sitting down waiting to the end -<f the
| We do j.ot wan. to wait for some- j
thing : > urn up. but if we expect any-j
: thing to come o pass we must g-t out
and turn up something.
It would he futile to argue the udi
van ages o! a park. Every one admits
! it. What v.c want now is to do so^ieI:
! ll'iiig. The time is li re tor the build-.
.;ig f a park. The pcopl" are ready
to respond. All they need is .0 be
given a.! pportunitv. The "pslycho-j
, 'ogica! ni mcnt' is n:w. Get h com.
mine bus v.
C:ir Sit-rs (oiiUirae to Increase.'
Summer's garage reports the fallow- ;
; i i. g 30 sales in May:
M: Ca::i:.as B:;ker, W-'-'rniire, F-:i|
, i inuring car: Mr. T. B. Campbell. Gray- j
| court. Ford touring car; Mr. .J. B. \
j Cook, Graycou't, hord touring car;!
" j Dr. Henry. Whitmire, Ford roadster:)
i Mr. Mayer Havird, Silverstreet, Ford j
I touring car: Mr. X. L. Boozer, Cliap
| pells, Ford touring car: Mr. Bragg
I j Goggans, Xewberry, F'^rd ' ouring car;
| G. C. Williams, Xewberry, Ford tour-!
ing car; Mr. C. B. Addars. Laurens, j
Ford touring car; Dr. A. .1. Christo- i
' pher, Graycourt. Ford roadster with |
" | electric starter; Mr. Fowler Bragg, j
5 Graycourt, Ford touring car with elec- J
a trie starter; Mr. W. Sol:mon, Laurens.
Ford ouring car; Mr. L. E. Bolt, I^aurens.
Ford touring car; Dr. J. M. Beard"
j ing, Laurens, Ford roadster; Mr. J.
s j A. Counts, Pomaria, Ford touring car;
- T. A. Williams, Newberry, Ford toure
ing car; Mr. J. H. Ringer, Blairs, Ford |
_ j touring car; Dr. C. A. Mills, Cross
! Hill, Ford roadster; Mr. W. P. Smith,
* j Kinards, Ford touring car; Mr. B. L.
1J Dominick, Silverstreet, ford touring
j car; Dr. J. M. Kibler, Newberry, Ford
! enuring car; Mr. Wess Madden, Laurj
ens. Ford louring car; Mr. J. W. Mockj
ler, Abbeville, Ford roadster; Mr. C.:
i E. Williamson, Abbeville. F:rd road'
g er; Mr. L. T. Hill, Abbeville, Ford
- roadster: Mr. J. A. Williams, Abbe-!
1 ville, Ford roaring car; Mr. S. L. j
- Link, Abbevile, Ford touring car; Mr. I
1 L. P. So.idley, Abbevilie, Ford touring!
1 car; Wessinger Bros., Prosperity,]
I Ford tl:uring car. j
They also s:ld Mr. J. W. Smith, of j
- Kinard, a Max-well "3o" with electric j
' starter and electric light.
t Carried Nothing Along,
t Pittsburgh Chronicle.
5 Residing in a little village is a law-j
- j ver who is famous for drawing wills,
l j in which branc'.i of business he has
; j long enjoyed a monopoly of the coun?
try for miles around.
i. j A few months since a wealthy maa
it ; died. There was much speeula:ion
i j as to the value of the property, and
i | he town gossip set about to tind out
s j the facts. He hunted up the lawyer,
- | and, after a few preliminary remarks
- abou the deceased, he said rather
e! "1 suppose you made Brown's
1 "Then you probably know how
s mucn he left. Would you mind tell
"Xot at all," the lawyer answered,
e is he resumed his writing, "he lef.
0 j everything he had."
(. j PL AM1! Nil BALI) HEADS.
" j Method of Sewing Hairs on Human
v ! Scalp Successful.
Budapest Cable to Baltimore Amerie
; A method ot sewing hairs to :he
I human scalp in cases of baldness has
j been successfully used by Dr. Szekely
^ : at ;he Hospital of S.. Stephens, in this
. city. The number cf hairs planted in
the head of ine patie.;t has been as high
i as 50,000. One hundred hai'.'s are
' drawn through punctures in the scalp
j in every square centimeter and as
- 1 bo ;i ei'ds are left free :his ma''cs
f j over 1.000 hairs to each square inch.
^ j In the operation very fin-? gold wires
: are used, one five-hundredths of an
inch m diameter, and fine, long hairs
from a woman's head are attached
r : Lo t'..ese. The gold loop acts as an
I! anchor, which after s erilizatLn is in_
roduced i.:to the subcutaneous tisi
sue, whore it is slightly twisted, thus
| 1' Iding the hair in permanent posi"I
ion. It is claimed that ~U0 hairs can
? | thus lie planted in '.hree-quartor.^ o.
; i I
y an hour,
A special instrument lias been de-J
j ; signed by Dr. Szekely for planting he J
; ecld wires, which are <o fine that af-1
^ ! i
! f/r the work is complete:d for plant
v i g ">0,000 hairs ".here is only one j
t gramme of gold left in the scalp.
^ The hair become*; perfectly nntural
after a capsule of tissue forms
around the gold knot. The inflammaj
t: n entirely disappears ten days
? aifter the opera ion and >3 evil results
- have ensued from any of the planting.
'1 ho hair can be treated in the ordi- j
..a v way a.ter the operation and
he d ctor's earliest pa ient. who tin- !
derwont t.i<> operation seven y ars'
ago, has a beautiful head of natural ,
NOTICE 0> ELECTION 1>
STONE DISTRICT NO. 12.
Wliovas, one-third of the resident
e cto s and a like proportion of the j
resident freeholders of the age of L'l j
years, . f Joa..stone acodemy school 1
district Xo. 11'. o. the county of Newberry
a o; South Carolina, have :
tiled a :??i it ion wit.i tiic county I; ard
o! hJ.Uv-ation of Newberry County,
South v.aioiina, petitioning and re-1
questing ha an election t) .,eld in said;
sen ol district on t :e question of levy-j
i;i4 a special annual tax f two mills'
to be colleo d on ne properly located
11} ilie s;ua jsciujuj uimih i.Xow.
liicieforo, the mule signed j
composing tin County Board .!' Kdu(ation
lor Xewberrv County. South:
Car lina. do Hereby order ne Hoard
of Trus? cos ol the Johnstone Aead my
School District Xj. 12, to hold an elociion
o.i t.ie said question of le.ying a
two mill tax to be collec ed on the
propei ty 1 :ca< ed in t.ie said school dis
trict, w.ucn saiu election sna.i ue neiu
at John;-' 11 Academy school house, in
said school distric Xo. 12. on Saturday
June Kith, 1914, at waich said
elee ion the polls shall be opened at
7 a. in, and closed at 4 p. in.. The
members of the board of trustees -?l'
said school district/shall ac as managers
of said electi.n. Only such
electors as reside in said sc-jooI district
and return real or personal
proper* y /or taxation, and who exhibit
their :ax receipts and registration cer
liuuaies an ic^uiicu m ntv
tions shall b allowed to vote. Electors
favoring the levying of such - tax
sl:ali cast a ball'o: containing the
word "Yes" written or printed thereon,
and each elector opposed to levying
such :ax shall cast a ballot con aining
the word "No" written or printed
Given under our nands and seal on
May 27, 1014.
Geo. I). Brcwn,
S. J. Derrick,
J. S. Wheeler,
County Board of Education for Newberry
County, S. C.
OFR FRIENDS IN PROSPERITY
( Ive >rMed Praise.. Tlie'ir S><atineiits
It is gratifying for us to read such
1 ? - ? ? V? ? 4' vl ! /v t' r\ i f
goou news as me ijuuhius, iui ??.
snows that the experience of .our
friends in Prosperity is the same as
that cf many Newberry tne.i and won>en
who have spoken out si heartily
in < hese columns:
Mrs. J. M. Wheeler, Prosperi y, S.
says: "My kidneys were disordered
for a long time, causing terrible
pains til rough my ljins and limbs, I
also had a constant ac.;e in my back
and on some occasoi.s, 1 could scarcely
get ab^ut. The kidney secretions
were unantural and annoyed me greatly.
I consulted several physicians and
tried a number of kidney remedies, but
did not improve i.i che leas.. I had
about given up the hope of ever being
cured, when my son-in-law procured
a supply of Doau's Kidney Pills for me
at Newberry Drug Co. He had read
that they were good for kidney trouble
and induced me tJ try them. I did so
and af er Iliad taken two boxes, the
backache had left and my kidneys
P:i<-e 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy?get
Doan's Kidney Pills?the same that
Mrs. Wheeler had. Foster Milburn
Co., Pr. ps, Buffalo, X. Y.
NOTICE OF ELECTION IN FA IKVIEW
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. IS.
Whereas, one- hird of the resident
electors a;:d a like proportion or the
resident freeholders of the age of 21
years, of Fair view school district Xo.
IS. of the countv of Xewberry. State
of South Carolina, have filed a pr .don
with :he county board o:' education of
Xewberry county, South Carolina, petiioning
and requesting that an election
be held in said school district* on the
question oi* levying a special annual
tax of t.\vo mills to be collected on the
property located in the said schoDl
Xow, :herefore, the undersigned
composing the County Board of Xewberry
County. South Carolina, do
hereby order the Board of Trustees of
the Fairview School District Xo. IS
to hold an election on the quesion of
levying a two mill tax ;o be collect
od on the property located in the said
school district, which said election
shall be held at Fairview school house,
in :he said school district Xo. IS, on
'aturday, .lune C. 1014, at wliiich. .said
election the polls shall be op ncd at
7 a. m. and closed at 4 p. in. The
m-mbers of ihe Board of Trustees of
said school district shall act as managers
of said election. Only such
electors as reside in said school district
and re'urn real and personal
property for taxation, aad who exhibit
heir tax iveeipts and registration ceriiticates
as required in general elec- i
lions shall be allowed to vo e. Electors
favoring th- levy of such taxi
shall cast a ballot containing the word !
"yes" written or p'inted :hereon, and |
< ach elector opposed t> such levy-j
shall cas' a ballot containing Uie word I
* . o" written or printed thereon.
civpii liiidpr our hands and seal oil 1
May 20. 1014.
(5. D. Brown, Jr.,
S. J. Derrick.,
J. S. Derrick,
County Board Education.
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IO2 and 12.1c Ginghan
10c White Lawn
25c Novelty Suiting
25c Reversible Novelt
9 r>o P o t i n p
I-WW XVUi VA&AV/
65c Ready Made Dres
$1 25 Children's Read;
36.00 Gents' Panama
$1 25 Mercerized Fan
35c Linen Crash
Lime, per barrel
or? 1 O
4 Boxes Star Lye
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Store you hel
nine prizes to
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Itne largest nu
The votes f
count are as i
IN. H. S.
P. H. S.
The only Baking
from Royal C rape <
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.\.o:l? st Suitor?I am going to marry
.. u sister. W'iliie. but 1 know I an'
no! go <! enoug'.i for her.
('and!;! Little Brother?Taats wha" ;
:s -ays. but :na's been telling her she (
can l do a y bet er. (
BMUUmMMMMi flff ' UUUIff
as- - - 3-Jc
v Suiting 17.',c
-,ed 25 per cent
ses - - 48c
y Made Dresses ?8c
cv Skirts - 69c
Buckets - 15c
on other goods
jLjr ULII&I o
IITY, S. C. I
, every time you buy
p your school librae
be given to the sch<
imber of votes by An
or the various schoc
214,040 I s>'m
62,300 Ridge Spring
30,900 j Reederville
21,900 Mud lick '
i w, aou ?
400 Little Mountain
3.735 | Jolly St
ER GOODS FOR SAME M<
% Book and C?J
^ C"S Variety 8^1
House of a Thousand T
TO I)jaw JUKI.
Notice is hereby giver. 'hat we, the
mdersigned Jury Commissioners tor
dewberry county, S. C.. will at the
)ffi?e of the cle:k o: court for said
iJiin y. a: 'J o'clock a. m., May 22nd,
IU14, openely and publicly draw the
tcimi s of ' '>>> men. who shall serve as
[setit jurors at the court of general
sessions, which shall convene at Newberry
court house. S. C., June Sth,
Tno. 'u. Epps,
v Eug. S. Werts,
J no. C. Goggans,
Jury Commissioners for Newberry
bounty, S. C.
May 11th, 1914. 1
STATE Or SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
BY C. Schumpert, Esquire, Probate
"Whereas, Mrs. Beta L. Wright hath
made suit to me, to gran: her letters
of administration of the estate of and
effects of George A. Wright
These are theiefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said George A.
Wright, deceased, that'they be and appear
bef<&e me, in the court of probate,
to be held at Newberry, S. C.,
on Ju t 1st, next a!ter publication'
thereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have, why
the said administration should not be
J--r-Ti ry flllO 1 * frVl dfiT
V_T IV CLL UliUCl ill J ijuiiuf LU'o * ?* ?^
Ol Mar, Annon Domini, 1914.
C. C. Schumpert.
J. P. N. C.
Gyres Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
The worst cases, no matter of how long standing,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Pain and Heals at the same time. 25c, 50c, $1.00
at The Book
r. There are 1
>ols receiving I
igust 1st, I
>ls at the last I
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