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Entered at the Postoffice at Newberry,
S. C., as 2nd class matter
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Tuesday, November 3, 1914.
The extra session of the legislature
'.viil adjurn this week. It will have
very little to its credit in tt:-e way of
!3gislation for which it was called.
xAhe reduction of the acreage to onethird
o! tihe arable land that m&v be
cultivated will amount to nothing.
The band bill if signed by the governor
would be voted down by the people.
Then there is the warehouse bill. And
appropriation bill of more than $100,i
. 00 to pay the expenses of this session.
There it is, except a few local
The election o-f Hon. John L. Mc.aurin,
warehouse commissioner, under
the new warehouse bill passed by
.he extra session, we ftnnk is a happy
solution. He is the author of the bill
and is more familiar with it than any
one else. He was not a candidate for
i'ne position. He does not nee:! the
money which the salary carries.1
Therefore about the only thing he could
-lave at stake would be to make t.he
system a success, and in view of the
earnestness with which he has fought
ior me passage o: sucn a measure we
believe he will go at the job with an
enthusiasm and earnestness and intelligence
which will mean success.
To the horrors of the great war are
to be added the rigors oO winter and
possiibly shortness d'j food for the
men. It does seem thlat in this day of
enngntenment ana unnstianrty tnere
might be some way -by which tfeis
war could come to an end. Instead,
however, other nations are coming into
the fight and some think <that before
it is over that the United States
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iiiji i/c in 9\si?uuruie. J.L v;ei va.iuij'
is very true that there are no indications
at present that this wicked old
world is marching toward universal
peace or any sort of peace. There is
one thing about it. H:e wonderful
advance made in the improvement of
engines of destruction there will not
great danger that the war will
last so long. Of course, there are a
great many more people engaged in
this war than any in tiie past, and it
will take a little longer to kill them,
but they are going pretiy fast. j
Asa 'Candler, the millionaire, of
Atlanta, says that the people have
talked themselves into a panic and he
!aug)":s at tfce.idea off the South becoming
bankrupt. We agree with him
that it is impossible by a little thing
like the low price of cotton to bankrupt
so great a couiitry as the South, i
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trui it is easier ior a man witn a m;I
lion and all the comforts of lie and i
even tee luxuries, and who feels that'
he is safe, %to laugh and be hajpy '
t^an Cor the man wteo has only a few |
bales of cotton and who owes thct bank
and the merchant and who has a wife
and several little children depending :
upon him, and these few bales if the '
panic had not come would biave Daid I
the bank and the merchant and leftj
a few dollars wit'll which to buy the !
children and the wife some few <>f i
the simple comforts of lie, but now |
they will not even pay the merchant j
or the banker, and let us tell you that i
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u is a iuiie amicuii ior mat man to i
laugh. And yet, Mr. Candler is right, 1
ihis is too great a country for any of
us to be going around whining and expecting
somebody to help us. What
we need is the co-operation of our
own people and for them to be patient
and indulgent with one another and
all will come oi^t rig-t. We are just
nnfinmsllp oc \Tt* pcinrllflr 'Iwoin-li
v. VWV WO V/a UU,r7- y t,xlV/U.J3lX
ve have no millians. but "vve have
Maith in our people. And in their
ability and willingness to do the right.
There has been and is yet entirely
too much panic talk.
A GOOD SPEECH.
A friend of Congressman Aiken in
Washington writes The Herald and
News and asks that in justice to the
congressman that we print a speech
iie'made in the house some days ago.
Of course we will print it as we have
.do desire or intention of being unfair
to Mr. Aiken or any one else.
Some time ago The Herald and
News siated that what tixe farmers
wanted was something to be done and
not that congress remain in session.
J'l.liis was said in reply to some squih
r'.'.at Mr. Aiken was on the job and
was going to keep congress in- ses- j
sion until the next regular session, or
Mr. Aiken's speech does not propose ;
anything but lis rural credits bill
(which he admits is still in a crude J
state, rte says something ougni 10
be done, and 'that is true. What we want
and what the farmers want is for
some one to propose something that is
practical. Xo use to tell the farmer \
he is to blame ior present conditions j
if hp hsiri rvlantpri' rrmrp fnnrl stuffs :
and diversified his crops he would
not nave been in the present condition, j
If the greatest of all wars was not [
raging possibly conditions would be 1
different. There are a great many ifs j
in the way, but these can't be very
We think that the tendency of all j
legislation is too much towards mak- j
ing our people look to government for j
help, and uhe tendency oL' government \
is too much toward trying to become !
a wet nurse for the people. There j
is too much, legislation about things
that the individual should do for him
sel::. Each individual has got to work I
out his own salvation. Congress might j
have gaKen some aid in the way of
money to market the crop as it has
done to help the speculators in Wall
street out of the hole and saved them,
but when it came to helping the great
producing class?a section ttat pro
uuces me grean. siapie 01 mis country
and that clothes toe world, then it was
all %rong and unconstitutional and
iMr. Aiken made a good speech.
What he says is true. He says it
well. Every one knew all these things
and conditions. Wihat the farmers'
,Tl*o r?t o r> ^ Ti'V? oVf f Vi a C/Mi.f V>
tv cmi icu a:iu nuaii luc ov/u tu v? CLll iw
was some sort o>f relief even though
it be temporary.
Plenty of Them in Sewberry, and Good
Reason <For It,
| Wouldn't any woman be happy,
'[. Alter years of backache suffering,
Days of misery, night Of unrest, - ,
The distress of uriDary troubles, I
When she finds freedom.
Many readers will profit by the following:
i Mrs. J. L. McNeill, Musgrove St.,
Clinton, S. C., says: "I was subject to
attacks of kidney compiaint and my
back pained me in'ensely. Often I
felt dizzy and nervous and I noticed
that the secretions from my kidneys
were unnatural. Seeing Dean's Kidney
Pills advertised, I got a supply at
Young's Pharmacy and it was not long
; before they made me well."
Price 50c., at all dealers. Don't si-nq
cL* frvr o lri -r, r\rr vAtvt t r\ 1 !
j \JAJ ttOiv iv/x CL 1 CU1CUJ i-,Ct j
Doan's Kidney Pills?the same thr' j
Mrs. McNeill had. Foster-Milha; <
Co., Props. Buffalo. N. Y.
WEAK, WEARY Wi< 1E>
Learn the Cause of Daily Woes and
When the back aches and throbs.
When housework is torture.
When night brings no rest nor sleep.
W&en urinary disorders set in.
Women's lo: is a weary one.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak i
Hare proved their worth in Thousands
Read this Greenwood woman's testimony.
Mrs. Mary A. Griffin, 225 Sygert St.,!
Greenw:od, S. C., says: "I had kidney 1
trouble for years. It began with pains i
in the small of my back and I felt dull !
and languid. Having been told tha j
Doan's Kidney Pills were a good rem- j
eay :or sucq compiam:s, i used tnem. j
I now feel much better in every, way.;
i It gives me pleasure to confirm my
former endorsement of Doao's Kidney
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't |
! simply ask for a ren. ~y?get Doan'3
: Kidney Pills?the same that Mrs.
Griffin had. Fosrer Milbum Co.,
i Props.. Buffalo, N. Y.
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill ionic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.
Cures Old Seres, Other Remedies Won't Care.
i The worst cases, do matter of how long standing,
are cured by the wondoxat, old reliable Dr.
j Porter's Antiseptic Healing; Oil. It relieves
I Pain and Heals at the same time. 25c, 50c, $1.00
For sale on easy terms, al
the estate of Mrs. H. C. Mo;
H. C. Moseley.
Tract JNo. l. Containing
the Young Grave Place.
Tract No. 2. Containing
the Pink Brown Tract, will j
a whole. Part of the tract'
rate limits of the town of Pi
Tract No. 3. Fair Place (
Tract No. 4. The Atki
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i Tract No. 6. The H. C. J
Will sell, if party so desir
dwelling with 10 acres of la
as party may wish.
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or call (
W. A. MOSELEY,;
f \ Y(
?wholesomeness. All 1
for 5 cents, in the doc
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I! Graham Crackers am,
A food for every day.
Crisp, delicious and q
strengthening. Fresh wa.
DaKea ana iresu u&- mu
i livered. 10 cents. an^
?iNi2!> j. .
A delightful new biscuit,
with a rich and
delicious cocoanut flavor.
Crisp and always
I fresh,, ic cents. f?
Buy biscuit baked by ^
NATIONAL BISCUIT ! S
COMPANY ! $
Always look for that Name
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1 lands belonging to $?
seley, wife of the late ||
55 acres, known as ||
67i-acres, known as ??
sell in 10 acre lots, or f1
lies within the corpo- i||
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;entaining 132i acres. ||
ns place, containing |||
roods tract, containing 1^
doseley home place.
es, the H. C: Moseley
nd, or as much land
>, Clinton, S. C.
Prosperity, S. C.
hi Make Friends By
Reliable Kidney Medicine
four representative called at my
>r yesterday meaning to leave a
rrple o.' your noted Swamp-Root
1 I am certainly pleased to see
"body connected with the firm who | ""
kes a medicine which has done so
ch for me and my family. A few
trs ago I was suffering from a ter!e
pain in my .back and when I was
around the house I had to walk
h my body bent nearly double. If
[ placed a*thousand dollars
>ve my head I could not straighten
to get it.
foorinff ri Tlr Tfilmor'c SiU'Om.n.
AV^Ul JL^ X . XJk.^1 VX ij *0" ?? M iil |7
3t I sent to you for a sample bot- /
and from the effects of fc.at small ^
ount I was sure it would help me ^
[ bought one bottle and it has cured ; ?
Shortly after that my hu&band who |fl
3 a coal miner, was suffering from
ney trouble and could not work I
I sent for some of Dr. Kilmer's 03
omn-Pnftt Wo ti'Oc in o + or-nilhl O !m
axixxwvvt. ajlv* " uo nx u uvi i * wav i
idition, but as the doctors had not Di
en me amy relief, I had more faith
Swamp-Root and it was well foundfor
it dtid the work and a ter tak- ry
a few bottles he was completely
daily recommend the use cf Ca
amp-Root to my /friends and
'Sincerely yours, | (
Mrs. Jd'm Xordquist, j 0fg
Galeton. Ponna. i _
; 7 inig
worn ar.d subscribed to before me.
> 14th day cf May, 1912. H?
W. 1>. Allen. J. P,
Letter to '
Dr. Ktinier & Co.,
lend ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., t
ghamton, N. Y., ifor a sample size |
tie. It will convince anyone. You ! ^jr
1 also receive a booklet of valuable j)rmation,
telling about the kidneys r
\ bladder. When writing, be sure ^
[ mention Newberry Semi Weekly ^
-aid and Xews. Regular fifty-cent
I one-dollar size bottles for sale at
w To Give Quinine To Children, I 1
3RILINK is the trade-mark name given to an ^0
roved Quinine. It is a Tasteless Syrup, pleas- !
to take and does not disturb the stomach, j
idren take it and never know it is Quinine, j A.
o especially adapted to adults who cannot !
? ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor be
se nervousness norringing in the head. Try ( ?
te next time you need Quinine for any jIor
s. Ask for 2-ounce original package,
ie FEBRILINU is blown in bottlr. 25 c~ |
Cheap in price on
ity is as good as tl
have anything you i
Will Selll il Cheaper 1
That is saying a go<
we will prove it. C
iv/i jr ui cvii
Everything, Every Time,
YOU SHOULD Ei
You Want Good T1
m v\i , n , ti
ine nace to bet inem
* Pure! Fresh!
FOR 30 DAYS I
3 Pound Can Choice
Fresh Meats, All Kin
Bring us all your Eggs ai
market price, cash or trade.
w. H. LOMINAC
"?n * ?"ffliln.
to call on
Fir I P j Dry
fW- w hm
r Glasses on account of the
>v price of cotton. 01
Crimm has fitted glasses
the good people of Newber- cough
and County for the last 16
ars and never lost a penny. ??
ill if you neea glasses.
Doa't Neglect Your Eyes i
Office oyer Mr. Burton's real estate | y
fe opposite Herald and Xews build- j
ited States Department of Agricul- i
ure?Division o." Publications ^
Washington, D. C., Oct 14, 1914. in a f
Samuel Nance, Helena, S. C.
)ear Mr. Nance: Replying t6 your
?j. _.f 8th wo hfl.vp for- other
UtJSL Ui WWUC1 ?? W
rded to you today 500 copies of the remo;
-mer's Bulletin No. 519.
T7 * i effecti
Very truly yours,
J. A. Arnold, the g
Editor and chief. drug
'he very useful literature referred if you
above will be given oux nee uu
first Saturday in November in T.
Williams'' hall. Let every farmer AvlO
present an."' get this useful in- pj,onc
'Sam Nance, Jr. m
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le best. We || i
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for Everybody. ||
IT TO LIVE
tings to Eat .1
is At Our Store
'OR CASH j: '
- 10c !
id Butter. Highest
Y ftr SON
W, UV11 -|
Eye Sight Specialist ^
ffice above Anderson's
oa Hniirc- 9amt0 12 m
cenours. ipmto 6pm
r Martin examines the
; without patting anyg
itisfacti; n guaranteed.~
tiy One "BROMO QUININE^
trprnlne. call for f*all name. LAXA
3ROMO OUININE. Look for signature of
5ROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stops
<ind headache, and worKs off cold. 25c \
lOUK corn will vanish
ew days if you will use our corn
as directed. And going to the
extreme our scalp lotion will
e dandruff just as quickly ana
ively. Those are only two of
ooa things to be had at this m
store. We'll tell you the others ^
yes' Drug Store J
s 133. dewberry, S. C, i||