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He Herald and Jem
Entered at the Postoffice at XewWrry,
S. C., as 2nd class matter,
F. TT M'T.T F.DITOR.
Friday, October 16, 1914.
If the farmer cou'd borrow at six
cents tr:.e pound on his cotton there
would be none selling at this time.
The Southern congressmen are Avak.- j
ing up. T':.e report now is that they
are going to try to keep congress in
session until something is done to re! ?
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utrvc i/iic ouutuciu laiJLui. jl/v/ii i uc"
lay too long or it will be too late to
"help tin,e fellow who is really in distress.
The legislature is still debating the
acreage reduction and the total elimination
nln.ns iTTipv 3 "TA oil wrnno
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and against the principles oi our government
but these are extraordinary
times and extraordinary and heroic
measures are in demand. But what is
done should be done quickly.
The proper application of the split
log drag on the road from 'Newberry
tr\ fYklnmhia at fhiQ timp would do a
world of good and put the road in fine
condition. WX'Y not make the application.
It would take the mind off cotton
for a few days and would be a real
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^from Xewberry asking the legislature
to pass the total elimination bill. It
is conditioned upon similar action by
-the other cotton growing States. That
may be proper, but it appears to us
tL.at it would be a good thing .or South
Carolina to cut-out cotton for one year
regardless of wfoat any other State did.
There is obliged to be a market for
food products if put up in marketable
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siape, because tnousanas 01 aunars ui
it is bei-ng shipped into the State
every day. We know that our corn
and our hiay and our oats and our canned
tomatoes are just as good as any
that is shipped from other States.
We are just a little crowded with
advertisements this issue, but they all
contain live news and we know thar
our readers will be interested in
them. At an?y rate they look mighty
sood to us after the long: dry spell.
Andersons and Tapp fciave some mighty
good things that will interest our j
lady folks and we are sure they will !
read what these live merchants have
to say. Then there are the election
notices with the ten amendments to
the constitution to be voted on. Every
roter wants to be informed on these
things. Then there is the city ordi\
nace providing for the raising of supplies
for t&ie city government -and besides
there are other very interesting
advertisements is this issue olf The
Herald and News. In fact it is one of!
the most interesting papers we have
printed in' many a long day. Read it
all the wajv through.
All persons holding claims against
the Estate of Lucinda Caroline Moseley,
deceased, are hereby notified to
presen; the same, duly attested, to
Thomas D. Copeland, Clinton, S. C.,
or to Mower & Bynum, Attorneys,
Newberry, S. C., on or before November
Thomas Duckett Copeland,
The Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
of The Columbia, Xewberry &
Laurens railroad company, will be
*held at t&e company's office, Xo. 1124
Taylor street, Columbia, S. C., at 12 j
o'rlook noon. Tuesday. October 20th. .
,C. P. Seabrook,
MISS RAWL'S STUDIO
in the Copeland Bldg.
W ?- r? 1 r\
is flow Keady tor Uccupancy
First term begins October 5, j
and closes February 22.
Second term begins February!
23, and closes June 25.
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rips Received ai Any lime
- Stieff Concert Grand.
Piano Used, j
U| TTOR heatin
Ltilipui ctl J
W% f Smokeless Oi
I It is wonderfully use
In the home it is th<
you please. It mak
minutes. It is fine,
not reach. Burns k
The Perfection is s
clean. Smokeless a;
l>ooic tor tne i riang
Washington, D. CL
yol'r corn will vanish |
in a few days if you will use our corD
cure as directed. And going to the
other extreme our scalp lotion will
remove dandruff just as quickly ano
effectively. Those are only two of
the good things to be had at this
drag store. We'll tell you the others
I if you ask.
Mayes' Drug Store
Phone 133. Newbury, S. C.;
MANY TROUBLES DUE I
10 AN '
INACTIVE LIVER !
\Tnrtv nf trrmhlpc nf lifo cnpli oc
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headache, indigestion, constipation and j ,
lack of energy are due to inactive j
GRIGBY'S LIY-YER-LaX is a nat- j
ural, vegetable remedy that will get j
tJ'-e liver right and make these troubles i
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u:a>a.ijjjear. J.U iias iioue tn uie uangers 1
or disagreeable after effects of calo- i ]
mel. j >t
Get a 50c or $1 bottle of this splen- j:
did remedy form your druggist today,! 1
Every bottle bears the likeness of !1
L. K. Grigsby, who guarantees it j ^
through Gilder & Weeka. !*
OI K FK1E>DS IS PKOSPEKITY .
Give Added Praise.. Tbedr Statments .
Are Convincing. ;.
It is gratifying for us to read such !;
good news as the following, for it .
shows that the experience of our i
friends in Prosperity is the same hs i
that of many Newberry men and wo-'
men who have spoken out si heartily '
in ;hese columns:
Mrs. J. M. Wheeler, Prosper) y. S.;
iC., says: "My kidneys were disorder
|ed for a long time, causing terriblB <
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&& '^/^s M
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c-. j^^'d i sY\h - Ls
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<t out-houses, contractor;
' buildings of all kinds, tl
1 Heater is invaluable.
ful, too, in drying out unfinished build
s greatesr convenience of all. You ca
es bedroom, bathroom or-parlor warm
too; for the cold corners where the
:erosene ? easy to handle and inexpen<
olid, good-looking;, yet inexpensive. ]
nd odorless. Hardware and furniture
ARD OIL COP
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( IN ii W JiLKat I J
THE LARGEST SHOW CON
THAT BULLY, WOOL
"(nOTAll I Anflili'iwrttit Htwtu tfcotm^ aiai*;
WlUlKlAI fOPTMLL iv&t or cxcm? ??rronrf that makh coux
B CCI) REAL ROUGH RID!
VmW representing the fc
INDIANS The Re al Red Maa of the j
B"""'" ? w plains LU wfcu-yo-*-w* t
PftWBflVC Brought Direct from 101 !
wUlYuUIw Pxinch and the Real West j
Reckless Riaert from FarUUwvA^rtO
off Russian Sfeppis.
UCYIvAW? Rough Riders from
NIlAIwJv'O jhe Land of the RioGrande
STEER THROWING SS
|f Contest Between Mounted Indian
&5SS Against Cowboys and Cowgirls
Horse Champions <
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"ahe Uiri Who ihrows the
Here. Only Mexican Rebels
First Time Ever Here. A Re
More Real Indians; More Bro
Pretty Cowgirls; More Ride
Western Characters THAN E
Downtown Seat S
Prices Exactly the San
ib wini win i rr imiBMBnaiaiflPBB??boe?mm
?ains through my loins and limbs. I
ilso had a constant ache in my back
md on some occasoins, I could scarce
[v get about. The kidney secretions
cvere unantural and annoyed me greatly.
I consulted several physicians and
cried a number of kidney remedies, but
3id not improve in >the leas:. I had
ibout given up the hope of ever being
;ured, when my son-m-law procured
i supply of Doan's Kidney Pills for me j
at Newberry Drug Co. He had read :
that they were good for kidney trouble i
ind induced me to try them. I ilia so
and af-er Ihad taken two boxes, the
Dackache had left and mv kidneys
Price 50c, a.1 a 1' dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy?get
Doan's Kidney Pills?the same that
Mrs. Wheeler vad. Foster Milburn
uo., Props, Buffalo, N. Y.
?' shacks and
le Perfection |||
lings. | ffj
n carry it wherever
and cozy in a few
ordinary heat does
STo trouble to fill or
Charlotte, N. C.
Charleston, W. Va.
Charleston, S. C.
/ COMING TO NEWBERRY
V, REAL WILD WEST
n -.CTraori ?o camunoijiflil \ IjAom >olo pohiu. a ??o?nh I
?w rourajn. t>ni m co???APrao?(-*4. '?jto ?ooT?m. Om NOwm*CK I
!RS and HORSES E3 I
ALLOWING FBATURE9 i#UU
Boeing Horse, . SKAMPIflS^ U
Roping, Shcot^aS ?nAMriuno j
SaSSST WILD-WEST GIRLS U |<
tbcM?s- VACQUERQS jtl |j
Gcnaine RIIRAI ICQ .SmS^M i
Mexican Mounted Police nUOHLlLw :
ig from Back of Galloping Horse BU^H *
r's Horns, then wrestling combat M jJ
5 Football on Horseback ?9
Actual W inners ot Wyoming anu |
Oklahoma Bucking Horse Contest
Bull." First i ime Ever Seen
Only Russian Army Men.
ncho Busting Cowboys; More
rs, Ropers and Picturesque
VER BEFORE ASSEMBLED.
>ale Show Day at
ie as at Show Grounds
I have now opened my
office to the public.
I like Newberry and 1 like
the people and have come to
stay and to do all the good
to mankind I can.
I am pleased with the
patronage the citizens of
Newberrv and surrounding;
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country have given me and
I extend to each and every
one a cordial invitation to visit my
office whether you need your eyes'
examined or not.
Office over Andernon Dry Goods Co.
Office Hours: 9 a. ra. to 12 m,.
1 p. m. to 6 p. m.
Dr. F, C. Martin
A Few Spec;:
The New Autumn
surpass in beauty of
All the leading fashi
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Itne laDnc lop, me
toe, embodied in th<
There is at least on
designs in "Queen (
pleasure of fitting y(
Sell Us Yoi
We will allow yov
worn out) in ex<
Jewel, 2 quart fount
Credit for old syrinj;
Costs you only
Queen, 2 quart founl
Credit for old syring
Costs you only
Magnolia, 3 quart fc
I Credit for old syrin|
Costs you only
I Think of gett
EVERY ONE \
One of the childre
an Alabama farm and w;
apparently lifeless. Th
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lilC icicp'UUiit anu cauw
He told her what to d
before he arrived the cl
' The protection of \
one of the chief value
You can have this
the nearest Bell Telep
. 1 e e 1 1.
postal ior our iree cjut
SOUTHERN BELL 1
SUBSCRIBE TO THE
AND FIT I
and Winter- styies far 1
' design any previously
on tendencies, such as
eitective long, narrow
e of our many custom
Quality" suited to your
lay we not have the
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ir Old Worn,
i credit for it (even if
chaiige as follows:
ain syringe _ $1.00
-75 | ,N
tain syringe 1.25
je? : .50
>untain syringe 2.00
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ing such values
s for 75 cents
& WEEKS |
fed Child's Life
n fell into a water tank on
as rescued unconscious and
.e frantic mother rushed to
1 the doctor six miles away,
o and started at once, but
hild was out of danger.
vomen and children is only
S OI me leiepiiLmc uu
service at small cost See
hone Manager or send a
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