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Imj Scout >Io\emeut.
Kditor Tl\e Herald and .\V?>:
Will you kindly call attention
of ilif parents of tie boys of Xewberrry
io the movement ma ie by lb." writer
to organize a tri>i> o:' I?oy S'.-ouis
"\vhic w ill bt- a bra a '.; oi the lioy
Scouts o. Ame.'ica. and will haw :; >
count -tion with the order of American
Boy Scouts, the latter .:aviiur <f\
erai oJjeciionao;c l^uunrs, ^
l "which was that they were allowed to
V carry arms. The Boy tScouts of AmerP
ica on the otiier hand, are for peaceful
* scouting and the building up of body
and mind and character, there being
nothing in any way that a boy's parents
could object to. t>.e scout la^v
merely teaches a boy to be obedient
to his parents, scout master, patrol
leader and the constituted. authori
ties of his country, and above all to
P be patriotic.
Another matter for the parents to
know is that while a uni:orm and
equipment is not binding on a boy. yet
f it is desirable, and according to the
rules of the order. Every boy w. c
"wishes to have one is encouraged tc
earn the money necessar yto secure
it, and when their parents see how
their boys powers of observation are
quickened, how they learn to do things
for themselves, how they learn thrifl
and economy by being obliged to earc
their own money, how they gain new
l ideas of personal relationship through
' the "good turn daily," how in ever\
"way scouting contributes to their physical
mental and moral clevelopment
their sanction and approval will folliw
as a matter of course.
Newberry, Sept. 14, 1914.
THr 0> YACATI03
| Beads Beport of Opposition to Waj
I Tax Bill.
ICornish, X. H., Sept. 12.?Presideni
"Wilson got down to work within c
fe w minutes after his arrival hen
today, despite the fact that be was
ti ho' r>r>\. o vacation Hf
11 KJ .
read reports from 'Washington telling
of oposition to the war tax measure
and the staement by A Rustem Bey
the Turkish ambassador, explaining
his previous statements about t-<
Mr. Wilson during the day showet
himself thoroughly at home anions
the New England people. At Brat
tleboro, Vt., he mingled freely with <
crowd, talking to many persons, anc
when he arrived here he greeted ?
number of friends. He expects to gc
to church tomorrow, and on Mcadaj
morning plans to go gol.ing prior t<
his departure for Washington.
Influence of the Mind on the Body.
In the September Woman's Homi
Companion Ralph Waldo Trine, writ
ing an article entitled, "What 1:
Youth??What After Youth?'' showi
as follows the powerful influence* o
the mind on the body:
"A man is handed a telegram. H<
is eating and enjoying his dinner. Hi
reads the contents of the message. A1
most immediately afterwards h'.s bod;
is a-tremble, his face either reddem
or growws 'ashy wiite/ his appetit*
is gone; such is the effect or' the min<
upon the stomach that it literally re
fuses the food; if forced upon it :
may reject it entirely.
"A message is delivered to a lady
She is in a genial, happy mood. He
face whitens; she trembles and he]
body falls to the ground in a faini
temporarily helpless, apparently li.e
less. Such are the intimate relation;
between the mind ^nd the body.
"Great stress, or anxiety, or fear
may in two weeks' or even two days
time, so work its ravages t-at the per
son looks ten years, or even 20 year:
older. A person has been long givei
to worry, or perhaps to worry in ex
+ rom o fn-rm thrill crb Tint <5r? Trior* 3 "Wpl
WX V/AAAV/ IVi Ai-4 **W WV J %? wdefined
case of indigestion and genera
stomach trouble, with a generally low
ered and slugish vitality has become
pronounced and fixed.
"Any type of thought t'.iat prevail:
in our mental lives will in time pro
duce its correspondence in our phy
sical lives. As we understand bette
these laws of correspondence, we wil
be more careful as to the types o
thoughts and emotions we conscious!}'
Or UllWiiimgi^ , cmci iaiu anu HYC niiu
The great bulk of all diseases are gen
erated in the body through certaii
states and conditions of mind."
Leeral Love Letters.
"Who writes you so many letter;
"A young lawyer."
"And does he write nice letters?''
"In a legal way. yes. He says 1 ha\<
beautiful eyes and is constantly allud
ing to what he calls the aforesaid eyes
orbs or visual organs."
>ot From tlie Burns Collection.
"Where did gold originate, Sandy?
"It v/ass furrst spoken in Scotia
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Week Beginning September i 5
TUESDAY, SEPTE-MRER K>
Shadow of 'I'r.ttredy ... LuUin
Marias Sacrifice - - Yitatrraph
He (ha Hired His Mind - - Lubii!
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1(5
The Parent Strain - - Lubin
By Parcel Post - Edison
(Featuring Andy Clark
Mrs. Peyton's Pearls - - Kalero
(Two Reels Featuring Carlisle Blackwell)
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17.
Accomplished Mrs. Thompson
(Featuring Lillian Walker)
A IKirins: (Jetaway - - Kiograpli
Wood Carving and Turnine St.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER IS
; Cutey's Wife - - - Viiasrapli
; (Two Reels Featuring Lillian W:\lk1
Wit It His Hands - - - Edison
1 (The Fi th Story of "The Man Who
| Disappeared," Featuring Marc
SATURDAY, 51?fXJfcJiKJLA 10
Her ?ls:libors Next Door BiogTaph
. Shell Comb Industry - - Lubin
Coming of Lone "Wolf Kalem
31 OX DAY, SEPTEMBER 21
| "Mutt and Jeff," A Musical Comedy.
(This is not a picture but a musical
* comedy in three acts, the first of the
t THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
s By C. C. Schumpert Probate Judge./
i i Whereas, Thomas Duckett Copeland
? made suit to me to grant aim ieuers ui
, administration of the estate and ef,
fects o:' Lucinda Caroline Moseley
' These are therefore, to cite an dad3
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Lucinda Car*
oline Moseley deceased, that they he
' and appear before me, in the court of
probate, to be held at Newberry, S.
1 C.. on September 30th., next, after
1 publication hereof, at 11 o clock in
1 the forenoon, to show cause, if any
} they have why the said administra'
i tion should ,not be granted. j
} Given un^er my hand this 10th, day
- ~ ' l t\ 1Q1J(
| or septemDer, .aimu i/urnim ?^?-z.
C. C. Schumpert,
J. P. N. C.
5 Notice is hereby given that 1 will
f make ftnal settlement, as guardian
| on the estates of I^ottie, CKlie and Le31
roy Shealy, minors, in the probate
3 ; court for Newberry county at 11
-1 o'clock in the forenoon, Septembei
y I IGth, 1914, and immediately Uereaftei
s i apply for leters dismissory as suet
i I Ail persons having claims againsl
-: said estates will present them duly at5
j tested on or before that date.
P. D. Metzs,
' j Guar^n.
r i WEAK, WEARY WOMEN
Learn the Cause of Daily Woes anf
' When the back aches and throbs.
When housework is torture.
When night brings no rest nor sleep
Waen urinary disorders set m.
Women's lo: is a weary one.
' nnan'? Kidnpv Pills are for weal
Have proved their worth in thou8
sands of cases.
Read this Greenwood woman's testis
- ! Mrs. Mary A. GriffiD, 225 Sygert St.
- |Greenwood, S. C., says: "I had kidnej
r | trouble for years. It began with pains
1 ; in the small of my back and I felt dul
f i and languid. Having been told tha
| Dean's Kidney Pills were a good remi.
j edy for such complaints, I used them
- t nnw fppl much better in every way
i; It gives me. pleasure to confirm mj
former endorsement of Doan's Kidnej
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don'1
simply ask for a remedy?get Doan's
s Kidney Pills?the same that Mrs
Griffin had. Fosier Ivlilburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
i CHICHESTER S PILLS
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A, 4\ > C!ii-ol?c9-ter 6 i/!?:zioi>d Hvand/f?,"
IMJs in I'cd cad ?o!4 r rt. ; -c A^/
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I You will not
| chases made
goods here <
/l jl \y u xv
1 To outdo past efforts mean
in this department in this s
about 125 new fall suits r<
We Still Lead
We are receiving daily the
you buy your new fall hat
i an 1 aomuii
We never tire telling of th(
Silks. No matter taw little
. c Enough shoes to supply evi
i to handle the quantities a
of goods at half price.
Aid to Bus}
J, The telephone aids the bus;
: | in touch with neighborhood afi
| the rush season. He can call hi
! evening ar.d discuss the events
| arrange plans for community wc
are laid by.
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| P Every farmer needs the help
tj See the nearest Bell Manager 01
5i our. free booklet and see how sn
'i W' FARMERS' LINE DEP.
j SOUTHERN BELL TELEP
AND TELEGRAPH COM
Frwr Weakness and Loss of ADDetite Onh;
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
GROVE'S TASTEfeESS chill TONIC, drives out XIVE BR<
Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic E. W. GR<
and sure Appetizer. For aaults and children, 50c. cough an*
1 & ' \T^K. ^
0 Ma ^1 J-L M
have to pay wa
at this store,
and on the w
T <b v*
s somethings for we have been
action. This season's showii
;ceived and ready for inspectio
i n. v 1 Rff*n*
i in dtyiisn miiiin
smartest models and high gra
here you are guaranteed the b
i matchless opportunities that;
you wish to put in a hat, gam
Des by the (
ery man, woman and child in
nd planking the money down 1
/ Folks 2
y farmer to keep y
Fairs even during
s neignDors in me
; of the day and
>rk after the cropt
> of the telephone.
* send a postal for
iall the cost is. .
'HONE J Christian
PANY 0 MA II Snobley
DSSVBQ9K>l&SDB09]BB?SBH80Bmni >011 WOUld
' One "BROMO QUININE" Americs
: genuine, cail for full name, LAXADMO
QUININE. Look for signature of be govern
DVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stops -i, _ n f
3 headache, and works off cold. 25c as"- -
i i j
r prices for a
d* & r\ f\r\f\ r\r\
ay for fall
r l han liver
looked upon as headquar
ng will be actually a sur
ery at Populai
de hats, both imported am
. r c
est tor your money rrom (
Dress Goods 1
ibound here for buying of
nent, or yard of fabric we
Newberry couaty. Bein
m were fortunate in scooj
r T w
Til* Path* Ft
"The Perils of
iline narrowly escapes b<
ke concealed in the flower
is thrown from her horse;
Gypsies and is once more
firringr Up a Patriot. Fro
Register. , Snc
?Aw?aw?it must be very i we ha
t 'for you Americans to be 1
by the people?aw?whom !
In't take to dinner!
in Belle?Well, not more so, the si
than for you in England to "Ha
ted* by people who wouldn't "No
y dinner! I ago."
f ma? MLzawfli
^ *^^7 '"71
ters and leaders
i domestic. If
11 ' "
n r?j j
WO& UUUU5 <11111
can satisfy you.
s? \ ~ >
g in the position
ling in quantities
sing bitten by the
s sent by the Gypsy;
is again captured by
rescued by Harry.
>T. 18th 1
-st-?Do you think the auto lias
>w?.Well, speaVng personally,
ive been finai aDi refined
5, I have a nice little home in
ise chickens, do you?
; I passed that stage two years