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v John Bade} A
f Oh. ihe awe? tae horr- r that grip
As tue woei'ul ale is told?
Empress of Ireland! the thought
? Pierces;? lie's blood runs cold
j. The ago, v t o, of those who fain
? At the fear, ul fate of >.heir lovec
Z Is past all power of pen o paint.
<| 'Tis in Death's darkest colors i
q But ah! there's one lesson that w
Of the many this dire tale bear
J Why do our sympathies never tui
To the thousands who daily an
Are dying a hide us. lingering de
Of want and of awe?with no v
The bare mea; s of life?the chan
^ To ward off heir premature ta]
J* unimely prey?
* Oh. my brother, my sister. lo?k t(
% At our country's squalid slavesCome
to the hovels?come to the
<?> Count the lit*le graves
I* Tha: are filled by thousands whc
* But never Ined at all
And went to a death of hor
% Of wasting and wan; and c
^ Does it never sadden and sicken
^ Does it never appal?
SThe unibiddea tear in the eye tod;
a** T~\yViAor tV?/a loc?r r?rv nf tnP
J* A5 ? C JLX^di UiC iuuk v* ^ ^
^ And the wail of the living mourni
L ? Perchance may he wor.h the ccsl
4> ^ while our hearts are render an
t* We turn to those dying for bra*
^ And give of cur love and give of
* To our living dead!
* May 30th, 1914.
MANY POSITIONS OFFERED
BY THE GOVERNMENT j
^ Announcement of Civil Service Examinations
to Be Held Dunng
June and July.
Mr. B. B. Hair, secretary of the fifth
civil service district, with offices at
204 to 208 postoffiee building, A lanta,
, Gt, announces the following examinations
to be held during the months
oi Jane and .July. These examinations
are unusually attractive, t.ie salaries
rangi g from $100 to $2-"0 per
lion h in the majority of cases. Mr.
Kare states that in view of the small
number oi' applicants lor tnese pjsilions,
the chances f app:in ment are
Immigrant inspector. (M.ile). June j
17, 1914. Sala'y $1,330. Applican s j
must have reached their 20th but not
their 55th birthday. Eligibles resul -1
ing from this exami ation will be,
certified to fill vacancies as hey oc- j
cur in the positions of immigrant in- j
i > I
spector and Chinese inspector in he,
immigration service, department of
Aid, c:ast and geodetic survey. !
(Male). June 17-1$, 1914. Salary!
frnnn A o-a IS n vpars.
OUW pti amium. j.v.* ^ ..
To fill vacancies in the positions oi
aid and deck officer in the coast and
Plant pathologist in potato inves igations.
(Male). June 29, 1914. Salary
$1,S00 o $2,250 per annum. Age
2"> o 45 years. Competitors will n it
v~ -"fAmKiflH fnr ov!iminatinn_ hut an
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educa ional training equivalent to
that required for a Ph. D. degree from
a college or university of recognized ,
standing, including graduate work in I
plant physiology and plant pa nology
*~ is a prerequisite for consideration for
Chemist's aid. July 8, 1914. Salary I
\ err*. 1C tn !
v>i!-U JO per ciuiiuiii. xv cv/
30 years. Examination held to fill vacancies
in the buerau of chemistry,
depanment of agriculture, Washington,
D. C. i
Senior highway engineer. (Male).
Salary $2,220 to $3,000. Highway en- '
gineer. (Male). Salary $1,800 to $2,100.
June 29. Age 30 years or over.
Applicants will not be assembled for
examination, but will be rated on
their training, education and experience.
To fill vacancies in the office
of public roads, departmen. of agriculture.
I Structural engineer and draftsman.
(Male). June 8-9, 1914. Entrance
salary SI,GOO to $1,800 per an mm.
Age 23 years or over. Xo c mipe itoi
"who has reached his *4."tn birthday
will be certified for appointnien in
the --anal service. TMs examination
is held for tilling vacancies in the sn
p.^rvisin.rr arc 1; ac's >fiice. *r i> i y
1> aiding. . T;.
Road examiner. (Mai'.). -Inly i!l,
1^14. Salarv > I. " ?>?* to Ago
-t r A 1C < r C ^ T Y?rVw*Tilt -
XJL. IU ) cax s. xiuiu itou.i
ing from this examina io<i, ccrtification
will be made t > fill vacancies in !
jigel oi Death.
iirer MullaHy. v
is the heart *
of you, like a poisoned darr. T
e may learn 4
i gasping for breatn?
ray to earn ?>
ce in the strife *;
Sing away?to cheat Azrael of ;'is X
, . ^
i loved to live v
Tor too .%
>f ruthless rue?
ing them *
d sore < >
our store X i
the Department of agriculture.
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i_icuw as&iataui. >juij ?;
1914. Entrance salary $1,600. Applicants
mus not have reached ;heir
40th birtnday. Certification will be
made to fill vacancies in thf position
of law clerk in the office of the solicitor,
depar me .t of ag'-'cul ure, Washington,
D. C. i
Timber scaler. (Male). July S,
19V4. Salarv $9U.0U per month. Age.
20 to 50 years. Applicants must have
rati at least taree years in lumbering
operations, and able to do hard field
woik in connec ion with scaling and
logging opera ions. Tj fill vacancies
in this position 011 ceded Chippewa
Indian lands in Minnas a, under the
o.,nnro 1 i.,nH nffifp ripna rtmenr of the
interioi a::d other vacancies as they
may occur requiring similar qualificaii.
Expert rarmer. (Male). .June 17,
1H14. Salary $1,500 per annum. Applican
s nius not have reached t'leir
."0th birthday. To fill a position at
F rt Stanton, New Mexico in the public
health service, treasury department.
Mining draf sman. (Male). June
1914. Salary $1,0S0 :o $1,200.
Age 21 years or over. To till a vacancy
in the bureau of mines, Pittsburg,
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.uecnamcai aiaiisinau. uvmic/.
June 17-12, 1914. Salary $1,000. Age
18 years or over. To fill a position
in t'ce patent office, department of
the interior. Washing on, D. C.
Dairy manufac uring specialist.
(Male). Salary $1,000 to $2,500. Age
21 :o years. Competitors will not
1 3 Kllf on
DC aSSemDiea lor CAammauuu, uui. an
educational training equivalen: to
that required for graduaion from a
collfge or university of recognized
standing <and two years experience in
connection with the operation of a
croaniery, ice cream factory, e.c., etc.,
Market milk specialis . (Male).
.7uue 29, 1914. Salary .$1,800 to $2,i)0u.
Age 21 to 4-.") years. Competitors
will not be assembled for examination,
but an educational training
equivalent :o tha" required for a
bachelor's degree from.an institution
f recognized standing is required.
Assistant dairy husbandman.
(Male). .June S, 1914. Salary $1,.">00
to$l,740 per annum. Age 20 to 4."
years. An educational training equii
v Jen' to :.hat required for a bachelors
degree from a university or coli
le<c recognized standing is requirj
Market specialist < 'ooperanve
dairying:). (Male). June 1iH4.
Salary si'.Tilo per an..uni. Ag?* i'"> to
." ? -a s. Comneiirors will not b.' assembled.
luti will he rated n edirea
oviv'riiinc-i" '* r.,>s<
,!h: tilf.-js. (V'vJit A':*. I
i:o - : \ ;i ;'or -'x.,, ;n inw-.stgaiing,
organizing or managing cooperarie.
producing or u.ara.-iitu a.>>o:*!a,
tl 11, etc., etc.
Assistan: market milk specialise
(Male). June S, 1914. Salary Sl,.">uO
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of the Jungk s of ]
to $1,740 per annum. Age 20 to 4.">
years. An educational training equivalent
for a bachelor's degree from an
institution of recognized standing, in
addition to a least o:ie year's responsible
experience since leaving
college, in some phase of marke milk
work is required.
Bacteri jlogist. (Male). June S,
1914. Salary $1,200 to $2,000. Age 21
to 40 years. An educational training
equivalent to that required for a j
bachelor's degree or an M. D. degree J
from a college or university of recog- j
nized s anding, including at least ^wo '
vears' training in bacteriology is re
Landscape architectural draftsman,
(ivlalej. July 8, 1914. Salary $900.
Age 18 or over. Applicants must
have nad a university training in ,
landscape design and landscape draft- j
i..g and possess some familiarity .
\vi -h civil engineering and horticultural
Dairy husbandman. (Male). June '
29, 1914. Salary $1,800 to $2,500. Age
'11 to 43 years. An educational training
equivalent to thai required for a
bachelor's degree from an institution !
of recognize j standing a d wo years
responsible experience in connec ion
with some phase of dairy husbandry
since leaving c liege is required.
Assistant biochemist. (Male). July
1!)14. Salary $2,000. Age 2"> to 40
vears. A bachelor's decree in c'.remi
istry or chemical engineering from a '
college or university o!' recognized
standing, and not less than three
years practical experience in con- j
nec ion with biochemical invesiga- ,
lions is required.
Assistant epidemiologist. (Male*.
Jul;- (I, i!;14. Salary $2,000 to $2,500. j
Age -v tN 40 years. Competitors will j
not be assembled for examination, but
will be rated on general educa ion and
medical training, labora ory exper
ience in epidemiological work and i
publications or thesis.
Assistant mining engineer. (Male). !
j July 13, 1914. Salary $1,800 to $2,- J
400. Age 25 to 35 years. Competi- j
tors will not be assembled, but will !
be rated an 3ducation, professional
, experience and publications or re- j
por:s. An educational training equl- !
valent to that required for graduation
" ""'"inn' nri ofinoorl'no' from a oolleffe
ill 111 111 111^5 w_
or university of recognized standing
; is required.
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"One of the best rea
without teiepnone servic
mer, "is the pleasure it
knowledge that while I i
tection that the telephon
On the farm the tele
ind is the means of brin
gency that may arise.
If you haven't a tele
the nearest Bell Telepho
mr free booklet and lear
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SGUTTSKfc HELL T
j AND TELEGRAPH
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JE'S Thrillinsy Photo Drama'
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Do not throw your old tubes
away, 'i hey can be vulcanized,
and will be good as new. We ;
have a modern steam plant and j
an experienced man to do the |
Out of town Motorists, ship I
us your tubes by P. Post.
It doesn't matter how long a
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in two, we can repair it.
All work giiai anteed and
turned out promptly.
STATE SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY. i
By C. C. Schumpert, esquire, Probate ;
Whereas, Pawnee Cromer made suit |
to me, to grant her Letters of Ad - j
ministration of the Estate of ;ind effects
of Richard C. Cromer j
"These are therefore to cite and ad- ji
in nish all and singular the kindred 'I
and creditors of the said Richard C. |
Cromer, deceased, that they be and i
appear before me, in the Court of Pro- j
* ' 1 /\n T n Q
DiltO, tO DO ill *\t?v\ uci i jc uii .iu"t j
26th next after publication thereof, j
at 11 o'clock in lie forenoon, to show !
cause, if any tiiey have, why tue said ;
Administration should not be grant- j
Given under my hand, this 10th day j
of June, Anno Domini, 1914.
C. C. Schumpert,
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XKfevrff597 IS and millions of \ j
V from one or two that \
A jot under the >kla A
W and into the blood. V J
| DR. BELL'S i '
} Antiseptic Salve i
0 applied rljht away would have killed those few a
T jrerm? nnd kepi th^se rr.i litim from being born. *
A To have a 25c. box of this salve ready for emer- J j
? gencies, ask for Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salv+, 9 ;
^ "Tell It By The Bell" * i j
T"-.a Rpct Hrit Wpathsr Tnnic
GROVE'S TASTELESSchill TOXIC enriches the i
blood, builds up the whole sj'stem and will wonderfully
strengthen and fortify you to withstand |
the depressing effect of the hot summer. 50c.
J T> a. ~ ^ ?.1 ^ ^
.sons why I would not be
e," writes a Georgia far:
gives my wife and the
im away, she has the proe
ging help in any emerphone
cn yo;ir farm sea
ne Manager or write for
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OF THE SE;
AND THE !
Greenville, Walhalla, I
- i -n
Ston ana an miermeuiciLc
schedule and Excursion F;
Lv. Newberry 11.38
" Prosperity 11.53
" Pomaria _12.10
Ar. Charleston 7.30
Excursion tickets will I
trains and schedule menti
good returning on any reg
eluding morning trains le
day, June 22, 1914, except
Ample coaches will be
scheduled above to comfoi
Qnonrl a wftpk-Miri at tt
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magnificent hotels and res
Dancing every afternoo
est Tavillion in the South.
Remember you have F<
Make up your parties f
For further informatior
You'll Crow Over
"GETS IT" for Corns!
It Will Startle You How "GETS-IT"
Gets Corns Every Time.
"One, two three!"' That's about as j
long as it takes you to apply "GETSIT,"
the new-plan, simplest, surest
corn cure thje world has ever seen.
"This Is No Place For a Crow. Her Corns Are
Ail Gone. She Must Have Used 'GETS-IT.'"
Corn fussing is all overs. Corns,
corn pains and calluses are absolutely
done for, from the minute you apply
"GETS-IT." Forget the bother of
useless plasters, greasy salves that
spread and make toes sore and raw,
little doughnut cotton rings that press
on corns, forget knives, razors, scissors
and the dangers of blood poison
from drawing blood, and the contraptions
and harnesses that simply make
corns worse. "GETS-IT" never hurts
the flesh, never fails.
"GETS-IT" is sold by all druggists,
2"c a bottle or sent direct by E. Lawrence
GETS-IT" is sold in Newberry by !
W. (J Maves and P. E. Way. j
IN PROSPERITY. j
Statements of Prosperity Citizens Are;
Always of Interest to Our lieaj.
To many o:' o>ir readers illc streets i
of Prosperity are a'most as familiar as
tho.^e ol* our own town, and we are!
n:it.."a!:y interested to r-ad of bap-1
jH'SiiiiiiS ill- r-r. Tile report
from a well-known and respected resi-!
dent will he helpful to numbers of j
men anJ women he-'e in Newberry.
John W. Boozer, R. F. D. No. 2, Pros- ;
perry, S. C., says: "I bad kidney l
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n, S. C.
of the South
INF. 18 1914
1M A * V Jb
Anderson, Abbeville, Alpoints,
on the following
; a. m Rate $3.00
a. m. " 2 90
i p. m " 2.85
)e good going only on
oned above, and will be
pillar train up to and inaving
- ? - 11
provided on ail trains
rtably handle the excurle
Isle of Palms with its
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n and night in the larg*TS
BY THE NOTED
OUR DAYS attheSeaor
a delightful outing.
1 apply to Ticket Agts.
Monday, June 15th
Matinee and Night
Mr. Geo. Kleine Presents
" Between Savage
A wild animal subject teeming
with excitement and adventure,
in six sensational
parts. A photo reproduction
Tnruvlo T.if^ in TnHia. inter
U-L O J-iij-V i"
woven with a dramatic story
of love and heroism that will
appeal to every man, woman
and child with red blood in
i-L TT/MV? CI
Matinee begins promptly at
4:15, prices 5 and 10c.
Night performance begins at
8:00, prices 10 and 15c.
rrouble for two years. I bad pains in
my back and twinges wnen 3touyiug
or lifting. My back ached at night
and I was lame in the morning. I
tired easily, was languid and nervous
imd had headaches and dizzy spells.
My sight blurred. The kidney secretions
contained sediment, were too
frequen: in passage amd I ami to go:
up orren at night. I staid in bed 15
' * J ' i- ? -? - '1
moruas. i iriea aociors mm umci
v mr-litbut quit ihem and bewail us:n^
D an's Kidn -y Pills, procured at
Xcwberry Drug C:mpany\s store. They /
srt ai lv relieved me in every way."
Price oOc at ail dealers. Don': simply
ask for a kidney remedy?get
Doan's Kidr^y Pills?the same that
Mr. Boozer bad. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.