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& ||erald aitD Jems.
Entered at the P-ostoffice at Xew3*rry,
S. C., as 2nd class matter, j
E. H. A ULL, EDITOR.
Friday, October 23, 1914.
The press reports of the European
'war \vincir. come from London and (
Paris almost Invariably carry a statement
that the allies are advancing. If
these statements have been even hal |
true, the allies should have been all i
over Europe by this time.
Will somebody please tell the New- i
IkAxo.. T T ? 1 J .3 X" - 1 l . -t_ I
uci i v n^i <iia uiiu uiai uie coil- I
gressional primary in the t'.rird dis- j
'trict has been held for this year. A j
'continuous pei* ormance in politics is j
"not to be desired.?Oreen'ville Pied- |
Really till is is a very bright remark
V 'and contains wonderful information. I
%Vas there a campaign this year? And !
& Jwho were tiie candidates and was any ;
'oup p! pr't^ri ? Wp- ha va roollxr fnranf _
ft \on all about it. Now and t'r en some i
(brilliant editor in another district
f$;/ \ries to get off something smart about j
j it. The Herald and News has other j
" things of more importance just now j
'to engage its attention. Just take j
VDur own advice, Piedmont, and all i
Svill be well.
County Supervisor Chappell is doing j
some excellent work on the public ;
road leading from Xefwberry to Ix?ng- ,
lajores and on to Belfast. He is doing j
what should be done always wi-.en an j
effort is made to have any son of im- j
provement on the public road. He is I
igrading down the hills and tO.e little j.
"rises in the road, by taking the dirt J(
from anH nn*+inor it- ? *1 V ^
? MUU JJ UVbiii^ 11 111 Llit^ H>V\ j
^places in the road. You get a much
better grade and the road is kept in i
better condition much easier, and he
!has also built a bridge across the j
Lewie branch and raised tie road so
there will scarcely ever be sufficient ji
fiiigh water to prevent crossing. The;!
jpiers are or rock and concrete and 'j
the structure is permanent and last-\
The trouble we have had in Xew-j.
berry in all permanent road work, or j.
even attempt at it, is, in the first place j <
\.he roads are left too narrow, and in }
the next place no provision is made i
lor maintenance, and there is scarcely j
any use to build a permanent road,
or even attempt to do so, unles^ ar-j.
"rangements are made for the care and j
maintenance of the road. !
Supervisor Feag'.e built a good road |,
between Newberry and Prosperity and j
It would have cost only a nominal sum j,
each .year keeping it up, but it is now j
an holes and gullies and unless some- j
thing is done will continue to get in i
worse condition. T. e same will be i
true o1 any otLer reads where it is i
attempted to do permanent work.
x CLEAN IT.
The hoard of health has ordered
Boundary street school to close for
two \\ efAb Ull aCOUUiJH. Ui. UljJi-.Uieiia
smong some of the children. This we
suppose is proper.
We do not know whether it is the
fluty of the hoard of health or the
city officials or Ue individual, but
there is need in t'r.is town ior some
one to do some cleaning up. It does
1IUL laAC CALidUi Ulilvll \ C > V Ui (
tlose observing to reach this conchi-;
sion. Some one i.as said that "Cleanliness
is next lo godliness" and
whether this is a scriptural quotation
'or not, whoever said it spoke a par*able.
It seems to us that what we need
* is cooperation 011 the part of the
'health department, the city department
and the individual citizen, in
'fact we believe that t'.:e individaul
'citizen should look after the cleanliness
of his own premises and surroundings,
whether it be his residence
or other property. He should not wait
*to have the health department call his
"attention to matters of snn-h vital ini
iportance. Certainly he should co-operate
with the health department.
One of the cleanest and most '.iealthfful
towns that we have seen in the
United States was one that had 110
city government and no health de"pajntment
an<! it was a citj" much larg
"er than Newberry. Each property
j owner looked after the cleanliness and
j -neat nest of his own premises anJ
each vied with tr.e other in seeing w o
|'could keep the neatest and cleanest
placc-. We are getting too mac., to
'.ook to government and officials to do
j'what we should do ourselves. Clean
up. It is healthful. It looks better.
THE BOND ISSUE.
Tim conoto Viae nncdArl flip r-rvTTrm
bond bill by a very large majority,
it will no doubt go to the couse wi'ih
the sentiment in that body as strong
in its favor. We believe, it will be ratified
by foe people.
It seems to us that it would have
"been belter to have made the amount
50 million so as to have cared for
the crop properly. As The Herald
and News has heretofore stated, we
believe that the whole thing is contrary
to the spirit and principles of
our government, but these are extrnnrriina
rv titnpc it" \vp r-nn of.
any relief, the legislature would be
justified in doing some extraordinary
things. We frankly admit that we do
not exactly understand and comprehend
t'his '.bond scheme; how we are
going to get money when we get the j
bonds. The cotton bond, o. course,
will be backed by fce State, but un- !
less some otuer arrangements have
been made, now are we to get money
ior the bond . any more easily than
we could get money for our warehouse
receipts. In other words, this
is a lime such as we have 110. er experience'd
when it was not so much
collateral that you needed as money.
Heretofore, we could always get
monev when wp had collateral hnt
now it seems that you can't get
money even with t'-e best collateral.
iSuppose, for instance, that we ;had
ten bales of cotton of 500 pounds each
'ana we sold it to the State and re- I
Ceived in return a $500 cotton bond,
and we left it in our bank, and then
should send a check 0*1 that bank to
somebody we owed in Richmond or
Baltimre, would tiae bank honor our
check, our woulid it write across it
that we had no funds, though that
bank held our $500 State bond? i:
some arrangement could be made with
the reserve bank or the regional bank
or the federal government by w^ichi
one or all these would' give us money
for our State cotton bonds, we could
'see where this bond issue would be a
gr ?at benefit in the relief of tine present
stringency-, provided the machinery for
carrying it out could be put in operation
without too much delay.
Ut seems to us that sornie years ago,
when there was a panic in Wall street,
President Roosevelt directed the secretary
6 the treasury (practically to
turn over to J. Pierpont Morgan
some 25 million dollars of government
money to save the speculators of J
Wall street roan bankruptcy. If such I
a thing could be done by t:.e president
to save speculators in a crisis, we do
"not see wr.y congress could not do
something to save a great producing
'section of the country from bank"rupltoy
when that section produces i
Itlhp .crpaf Mothino- inrnfl.ivM nf ti'i o
^world, but, whatever is done ought to
be done right now, and along with it
the assurance should fte given that
the production of cotton would be
"very materially reduced during 'the
next year. t
TViAR HELPS THIS BUSINESS
Thousands of Extra Men Epmloved by
Chicago, Oct. 20.?For the first time
in lr? years the canned meat and hide
department cf Chicago packing houses
are working day and night tofill orders
placed here as a result of the
In the canning deprtments of the
big packers alone 3,000 extra men
'have been put to work.
The packers announced today that
their entire stock of hides had been
contracted for, and that orders 'have
been received which will exhaust the
normal supply :for November and December.
Not a Newberry Scout.
Thorn well Messenger.
A bo> scout as cf course you knowis
supposed do one good deed each
day. "What good deed did you perf
s\ 9 * Ar>/iA n nlr A rl o 1 n rl t? r. ^
ivjl ill tuuav . v/iivc asrv^u a laiiy wi
a Liverpool scout. "Oh," said the
young hero, "mother had only enough
castor oil for one dose so I let my
sister take it!"
tfollohon School. ; "
I The opening exercises of Mollo-on
mill school were held Monday inornI
ing at 10 o'clock.
j The devotional exercir.es were conducted
bv Rev. Kd-w. Fulenwiier. af?
fcr which the patrons and pupils present
lad the pleasure of hearing a very
mt resting address oy uv. u. i. tmn'ter,
of Prosperity, in whicl: was stresi'sed
most forcibly the importance o>~
j teaching physiology in the schools, i
j The school has been equipped with j
; new desks for this session. ThTe en- j
, rollment was larger than formerly at :
'the beginning and the school looks
.'orward to a most nrosnerous ses
s-ion. T.:e school is being taught by j
blisses Anna Dickert and Eula Darby.
il?l6 BETTER !
"I Never Spent Any Money
That Did Me So- Much
Good as That I Spent for
Bellcfontaine,Ohio.?"I wish every
tired, weak, nervous woman could have
Vinol for I never spent any money in
my life that did me so much good as
that I spent for Virol. My nerves were
in a very bad condition, making me very
weak, tired, and worn out r.nd often
drowsy headaches. I had tried cod
liver oil, doctor's medicines, and other
preparations without benefit.
"One day a friend asked me to try
Vinol. I did and soon my appetite increased,
I slept better and now I am
strong, vigorous and well and can do my
housework with pleasure."?Mrs. j. jr.
Lamborn, Bsllefontaine, Ohio.
Nervous, weak, tired, worn-out wo- ,
men should take Mrs. Lamlporn's advice
and try Vinol for there *are literally
thousands of men and women who were
formerly run-down, weak and nervous, ;
who owe their good health to Vinol.
It is the medicinal, tissue building ele- !
ments of the cod's livers, aided by the j
blood making, strengthening influence ,
of tonic iron, contained in Vinol, which j
makes it so efficient in all such cases.
For Sale In Newberry, S. C., by Gilder
w k PPV wmnrw
it .1J. X X n VaULJUAI*
Plenty of Thera in >ewberry? and Good |
Reason Tor It.
Wouldn't any woman be happy,
After years of backache suffering,
Days -of misery, night of unrest, [
Tile distress of urinary troubles, i
When she finds freedom.
Many readers will profii by the fol- i
Mrs. J. L. McNeill, Musgrove St., j
Clinton, S. C., says: "I was subject to!
attacks of kidney comiriaint and iny j
back pained me in'ensely. Often I j
felt dizzy and nervous and I noticed j
that the secretions from my kidneys i
were unnatural. Seeing Doan's Kid- j
ney Pills advertised, I got a supply at i
Young's Pharmacy and it was not lcng !
before they made me well." j
hTice ouc., ai an aeaiers. uyu i sjxu- ;
ply ask for a kidney remedy?get j
Doan's Kidney Pills?the same tiatj
Mrs. McNeill had. Foster-Milburn j
Co., Props. Buffalo, N. Y. j
Dr. F.C. Martin
j Eye Sight Specialist
Office above Anderson's !
Dry Goods Store.
A/r u _ 9 am to 12 m:
i uifice nours. i pm to 6 pm i
Dr Martin examines the
eyes without putting any-;
thing in them
YOUR COR> WILL YAMSH a]
in a few days if you will use our corn .
cure as directed. And going to the ^
other extreme our scalp lotion will ,
1 remove dandruff just as quickly ana p
i effectively. Those are only tv.'o ot j "
, . |ir
! the good things to be had at this 0
' drug store. We'll tell you the others ,
! if you ask. ! J"
i Mayes' Drug Store ?
Phone 133. dewberry, S. C. c?
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Owing to. t\
we are of f*
Our Mr. and
spent several u
goods and we Y
Our Millinerv is the Tc
town. Hundreds of custc
nounce our styles the pe<
Call and see many of the
yet to be seen.
Buy your Flour now
money. Desoto, Tidal \
White Swan are finding 1
to every home. New
For Seed Oats, Rye ai
. see us.
Walkover, Douglas, Se
ease, Battle Axe, Hoge,!
ery. The famous penitent:
famous for style and fit,
all leather and guarantee
Bring Ycur C
We will allow you half
the market for all cott(
out in Dry Goods, Shoes
niture. Customers takii
tage of this.
You will find 15c and 2
on our 10c counter.
$25.00 Sewing 51
A large line of Groce
dise at attractive Drices.
' ' A
We cannot afford to se
any single sale our profi
satisfied customers are gi
HV VCD I AY lei
kcis Surely, Safely i
Just because you are feeling the ill j
rfects of a torpid liver is no excuse j|*fr
>r buying a harmful medicine thnt i
as brought physical deoay to thous- j
nds. 'Calomel is dangerous and as I
reryone knows has very disagreeable | jn
nd weakening after effects. Medical j n,u
iience has ;onnd a natural, vege-; so
ible remedy, GRIGSBY'S LIV-VER- th?
AX that thoroughly cleanses tfce liv- j an(
r and bowels without causing any ( <
ad feeling. Children can take it with , Re
erfect safety. Every bottle guaran j m
2ed. 50c and $1 a bottle. None genu- : ,
ie without the likeness and signature j ,
f L. K. Grigsibv. For sale by Gilder ^
Weeks. | fir;
low To Give Quinine To Children, j
r. r>J\ i iyi^r, i> t n ducmai tL iidiuc j;ivxu iu ou ,
nproved Quinine It is a Tasteless Syrup, pleas- : pint
to take and does not disturb the stomach,
hildren take it and never know it is Quinine. ]
lso especially adapted to adults "who cannot
ike ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor Sll<
inse nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try ^
the next time you need Quinine for any r?nr- | c
Dse. A?k for 2-ounce original package.
ame FEBRLLINIi is blown inbottlr. 25 j
???<?M?? mmmmm?a? mm i n m ???
ering at unusual p
our large stock jt
eived for Fall.
Mrs. Moseley and M
leeks in New York,
mnn\i etsrTr+linn 1O
kViV/ V i f ?V*-f fJT U VU.I t/C
Prices to suit 6 1 -2c <
Ymery Dry Go
?pic of the Crepe de Chines
imers pro- Wool Crep's ...
er of all. Novelty Suiting Plaic
prettiest Serges, many styles....
Fleece Lined Suiting.
our I Dress Tr'm
and save Splendid values m R
Vavfy and ftnlrl smrl Silvpr P#-rci!
" ? VJI V/ \A HA A 1VA f VA 4. VX UJ.'
tbsir way and Mother of Pea
Flour at Monkey Purs, etc. 1
and fast sellers,
id Barley TT7. - ?
. Outing, 10c kind, red
lOes. Flannelettes, nice lir
lby, Men- 3 yds Homespun, i Oc
Montgom- Sea Island, yard wid>
: AT71 A^TI
ML y IlictJtvtr, oncviuto, uiucuciio, i<
every pair Checked Homespun....
otton a fujj jjne 0f men'?
cent over boys' new, late styles
-in f-mrlpH up, offered at a sacrif
i/AA VAUVIVVA * and
Fur- Large line new ?
lg advan- Hats.
Men's wear of ever
5c articles Lion Brand Cotton
TaoLiha lifn latMA miAyAnlilA flnjn $
lauiiiie, in (Mime guaiaintc, uuij %p
iries, Hardware and Furniture. Sna
11 you even one article that doe* no
it is small; it becomes great only win
ir'ncr us tK pir Hi Kinpss
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LORIDA WOMAN MADE AB
HER FiRSr MEAL AFT!
s. .Hc.llanus Takes MUyr's Wonder-i ;aken it v
ful Stomach Remedy and Quits : everywhere
"Soft Diet" ! Mayr's V
Vlrs. E. fMcManus of 324 East Chest- | accretions
t st., Jacksonville, Fla., suffered j matter. It
seriously from stomach troubles j ferers fron
it she li'ved i.or two years on soups . tinal troub
& "soft diet." jhas saved
She took Mayr's Wonderful Stomach i erations an
medy?and went to eating regular saved tneir
&ls. Here is a part of her lettter: we wat1
'Your medicine is the greatest rem- i ichronic stc
7 on earth. Enclosed find order for ' tion, no rm
*ee more 'bottles. I cave eaten my j try one d;
?t meal in over two years since tak- j stomach R
,r your medicine. I have been living vince you.
a soft diet, but, thank God. I am 'many of 01
;eii better." with surpi
People everywhere have had just 'thorough <
:h experiences. Mayr's Wonderful sold. Ma
>mach Remedy lias been proven a. Remedy is
ilth restorer by thousands who have & Weeks a
rn~ i. _ i or
. UUC 10 Jll.iO
ls...35 and 50c
_ 50c "
,oman Stripes, I
fin Silks, Jet ,
irl Banding, I
Very popular "
uced to 8?e
e......5c, 10c '
arge line JOc
5, 6i 7i, 8^c
i, youths' and , .
, just opened W
ppy merchan- |
t please. On
5ii an army ot j I
TY, S. C. 1
LE TO EAT I
:R TWO YEARS I
?it?i' benefit. It is known jdH
'onderful Stomach Remedy |lffl
digestive tract of mucoid ?||
and removes poisonous
brings swift relief to suf- i'ijjfl
i stomach, liver and intes- lit
ies. Many declare that it
them from dangerous op- |||
d many are sure that it has
t all people who have Kijf|
>mach trouble or constipa- Sj|J
itter how long standing, to '^1'
>se of Mayr's Wonderfu^fcpfl
emedy?one dose will oon-M^B
This is t-e medicine soWflH
ir people have been talungB|l|H
ising results. The mosil??f|H
system cleanser we eveBrf.^?
yr's AVonderlul Stomacflv^S
now sold here by Giid<?:\V>.?
nd druggists everyw^fere. '