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SINKING OF ARABIC
\ ANNOI X ES MORE STRINGENT OR
F DEK TO SIBMARINES.
Bernstorff in Note to Lansing Explains
Fully His Government's Desire to [
Eliminate Cause of Differences.
Washington, Oct. ?Germany has
acceded to the American demands for I
( settlement of the Arabic case. The ;
' imperial government, through its ambassador,
Count \on Bernstorff, disavows
the sinking of the vessels, announces
that it has notified the sub
?^ A t O A O f
I marine commanaer ?uu mauc attack,
eprxesses regret for the loss of
American lives, and agrees to pay an
indemnity to the families of Americans
Official Washington was both gratified
and relieved by the diplomatic victory.
The communication delivered to
Secretary Lansing today by the ambassador
pursuant to general instructions
from his government spread absolute
confidence that there would be
no more submarine controversies between
the United States and Germany,
for the document reveals that stringent;
orders have been given to submarine:
commanders to prevent a recurrence of i
such incidents as the Arabic.
Since this case embraces the principles
for which President Wilson contended
in his notes on the torpedoing
of the Lusitania and Falaba, conces-;
sions made by Germany to the American
viewpoint were generaly regarded
tonight as paving the way for arnica-:
ble settlement of all the cas^s.
Count von Bernstorff left here tonight
expressing the confident hope that
relations between Germany and '
the United States would continue to/
With settlement of the Arabic con- ;
| troversy the dispatch to Great Britain
^ of the long delayed American note
r on interference with trade is expected
within a few days.
It was not until the German ambas*
eador submitted his letter at nearly 11
| o'clock today that the change in the
f relations between Germany and the
United States became definite. S'ecre- !
1 tary Lansing carried it to the White
House and shortly afterward announc- 1
ed its text, which follows: :
"My Dear Mr. Secretary: Prompt-;,
ed by the desire to rearih a satisfac-1
i tory agreement/ with regard to the
Arabic incident, my government has,
given me the following instructions: !
" 'The order issued by his majesty!
thp enmeror to the commanders of the;
German submarines?of which I no-1
tified you on a previous occasion?has!
been made so stringent that the recur- j
rence of incidents similar to the Arabia :
case is considered out of the question.,
"'According to the rencrt of Com
mander Schneider of the submarine
v which sank the Arabic, and his affidai
vit, as well as those of his men. Com- '
mander Schneider was convin^d that,
f A roKJ/^ f A fO + V* C '1 K
\ uiu ni ci uiKs in iriiucu iu iam uic ou vmarine.
"On the other 'hand, the imperial
government does not doubt the good
faith of the affidavit of the British of- j
ficers of the Arabic, according to which
* the Arabic did not intend to ram the
submarine. The attack of the submarine
was undertaken against the in-!
structions issued to the commander.!
The imperial government regrets and
disavows this act and has notified .
Commander Schneider accordingly.
" 'Under these circumstances my,
government is prepared to pay an in- j
demnitv for American lives which, to
its deep regret, have been lost on the
Arabic. I am authorized to negotiate
with. you about the amount of this
** 'I remain, my dear Mr. Lansing,
* " 'Yours very sincerely,
(Signed) " 'J. von Be^iistorfty " |
Secretary Lansing made no comment
k on the ambassador's letter except to
w* remark that it spoke for itself. He'
r was much piiased over the conclusion j
of the case, because since the sinking
of the Arabic he inaugurated the idea
r of personal negotiations in Washing[
ton. This method of exchanging views
k was welcomed by .Count von Bernstorff.
flk too, particularly as he has had no
means of direct communication with
Puis government. 10 mis iacx 01 communication
has been attributed much
of the ill feeling that characterized
the earlier stages of the submarine
* Today's events spread satisfaction
everywhere not only at the White
.House and state department, but at
she Germany embassy as well.
Oyster Supper TVest End.
The West End Baraca class will
serve a fir-t-class oyster supper at the
West End hall Saturday night. October
9. .Will also serve ice cream and cake,
will be furnished by Wherry's
^ptra. If you are out for a good
H^^^^^vome over. If you are looking
^r>od supper come to us for it.
NE>VS OF I'MOX ACADEMY.
FUrmers Well l p <*utherin? Crop?
Chain (iantr Dofntr Fine Work?
Fine Yield of Sorghum.
Special to The Herald and Xews.
Prosperity, Oct. 6.?We are having j
fine rains which will be helpful to the j
gardens, etc. Also to the health of i
the community, as it had gotte'n to be
so dry and dusty.
Farmers 'nave moved along nne "with
the gathering of their crops owing
to the nice weather we've had. Cotton
has opened rapidly and greatest portion
With the price around 12 cents,
though, will help to balance up for the
snort crop. Had the price uccu me
same as last year it would have
the farmer so badly crippled financiallv
until he wouldn't have gotten
over it shortly.
The chain gang was camped near
Cannon's Creek church for a littl#
more than a week some three or fouri
weeks ago, and put the roads in fine j
shape from the Halfacre and Ruff section
by way of Cannon's Creek church
on to Mr. Jno. C. Neel's. ?
Mr. Teague, who was head guard,
knows how to work convicts and roads.
Special mention should be made of the |
fine work done on the two hills near ;
Mr. Jno. C. Wicker's, which were almost
impassable in places. The road
was made wider and put in good shape.
If these roads were kept dragged oc- '
casionally now it would be a great help
towards keepinr them in good shape,
at*, w p. t<Vq .vlin whn is an exneri
enced hand, put a portion of the above
mentioned road in fine shape recently
with the drag. |
The writer planted one-sixth of an
acre in sorghum cane of the "ribbon"
variety last spring and thought'probable
we would get about 25 or &0 gallons.
We took it to the mill of Mr.'
Benj. Halfacre & Sons, who are fine
TrmWc ay when thpv had
"J' uf ?, v. -- -?
finished with the making of it we were
notified that we had made 48 gallons.
Mr. Clyde Wilson and sister, Miss
Thelma, spent last Saturday night and
iSnnday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
S. A. Rikard of Long Lane.
Mr. J. Lawrson Long of Newberry
spent last Sunday at the home of his
father, Mr. M. M. Long.
(Miss Eunice Halfacre, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Halfacre, has been
elected to teach Union school next,
Communion services will be held at
. ^ i
Colony on nexi ounaay.
THE >EWS OF CHAPPELLS,
Cotton Seed Fifty-seven Cents the
Bushel?Cotton Market Good?
People Coming and Going.
Special to The Herald and News.
Chappells, Oct. 6.?Mrs. W. J. Holcnort
Tnocrfav in flrpprcwood
I KJ V> CVJ JL uvkjuiaj - v. w?
Mr. J. M. Keith spent Thursday in
Mrs. R. F. Boazman spent Wednesday
Mr. and t.Mrs. E. M. Martin, Mrs. J. !
W. Martin and children spent Thursday
Mr. Graham Smith of Greenwood was
in town Friday.
Miss Popie Webb left Friday for
Branchville, where she will teach this
Mr. Pat Coleman of Saluda was in
Dr. C. H. Workman and Eunice Allen
went to Greenwood Friday, Dr. Workman
purchasing a new Ford car.
Mr. J. .W. Darnell spent Friday in
Mr. John Smith and son, Louis, of
Cambridge spent Friday with Mr. and
Mrs. IM. J. Connelly.
tMr Robert Epting, insurance agent,
spent a few days here.
Miss Xina Keith spent Saturday in
Mrs. Holley of Columbia is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Lerov Holloway.
Mr. W. C. Keith of Greenwood spent
Saturday and Sunday with his parents,1
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Keith. I
Mrs. Eunice Allen spent Saturday
and Sunday in Cross Hill with her fa|
ther, tMr. Jim Dukes.
Mrs. J. P. Derrick spent a few days
in Columbia with her mother, Mrs. m.
! Messrs. Eunice Allen, Pope Connelly
; and Vernal Clamp spent Sunday in
! Batesburg, making the trip :n Mr. Al
| len's car.
Mr. R. T. Blease and family nave
I changed from Saluda county to Chappells.
| Mr. Long and son of Edgefield spent
Saturdav and Sunday with relatives
j Mr. and Mrs. Q. T. Long spent Tues,
day in Sail da.
Mr. and Mrs. W R. Smith, Sr., are
j visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. D. Smith,
Jr., of Newberry.
| Mr. and Mrs. Fielie Allen and chilA
r* r\ r\rs f o f nn' /) O V'5 TV 11V) TtJ Q TIP -
VI1 VII <X IV" Uttj ** A V**
rent?, Air. and Mrs. W. P. Allen.
Dr. W. G. Houseal of Newberry was
called to little Miss Mamie Holloway,
who is very ill with diphtheria.
Cotton is bringing 12 1-2.
! Cotton seed is $1.90 per huDdred.
^ 1'nless you are wi
f Free of )
/ Climax Mans
/ Has 'Never Failec
IF IT DOES SOT WE W
ASD PAY YOU *
Gilder & \]
Liv-Ver Lax Will make you
That tired feeling, dull headache and
lasting grouch are most probably due
to be clogged up liver. Now, don't make
yourself feel worse by taking nasty,
disagreeable calomel, but clean out
that bile and make yourself feel brighter
and better generally by taking LIVTER-LAX.
It acts safely, surely and j
pleasantly, and is made entirely of
harmless vegetable material.
LIY-YER-Lax is guaranteed to give
satisfaction or your money will be re- j
turned without question. Insist on the
original, bearing the likeness and sig- |
nature of L. K. Grigsby, for sale here 1
in the 50c and $1 sizes at W. G. Mayes,
Gilder & Weeks, P. E. Way's.
Corn Limpers! Use j
u>? j c !?
ueis-u cum jmiic
Corns Come Right Off, Clean
and Quick! You Needn't
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Yes, it's the simplest thing in the
world to get rid of a corn,?when you
use "Gets-It," the world's greatest
corn-ridder. Really, it's almost &
"Those Corns Come Right Off, Clear A* o
pleasure to have corns just to see
rhpm ccme off with "Gets-It." It just
loosens the corn from the true flesh,
easily, and then makes it come "clean
off." 48'hours ends corns lor keeps.
It makes the use of tape, corn-squeezing
bandages, irritating salves, kni.es,
scissors, and razors really look ridiculous.
Get rid of these corns quickly,
surely, painlessly,?just as easy.?with
"Gets-It." For warts and bunions,
too. It's the 20th century way.
"Gets-It" is sold by all druggists,:
o hntf 1 a. Ar oont /IiTAOt hv F! TjflW
?vv/ a uutuv-j vi g^uv ui* ww wj ? ?? ,
rence & Co., iChicago. Sold in Newberry
and recommended as the world's
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Will cure Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
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Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Old
Sores, Tetter, Ring-Worm,~Eci
zema, etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,
| used internally or externally. 25c
Whenever You Need a General Tonii
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
, General Tonic because it contains the
! well known tonic properties of QUININE
l and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
I Guilds up the WlioH Svstein. 50 cents.
TWT? ri! n!w.X- C1!^
IN 0. DlX-OlAty-OlA
i This ii a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS &. FEVEF^.
i Five or six doses will break any case, and
! if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better thaa
Calomel and does not gripe or 6icken. 25c
For SUle?Recleaned and graded Ful
gtuin oats $i.uu per uusnei. rte:
cleaned and graded Appier oats 75c
per bushel. Apply to H. 0. Long,
Silverstreet, S. C. 8-27-tf
Iliner to keep him
Li Hire ^
re Cure 50c \
I to Cure 'Quickly y
ILL REFUND THF COST X
OR TIME LOST /
TSING IT f
| Nervous? fj
Um< \U4I4A# \/inron* ^8
if wo* vv aii^i v
of Pleasant Hill, N. C.,
.wjj writes: "For three summere,
I suffered from r?
?l nervousness., dreadful 1^
?)P| pains in my back and
djst sides, and weak sinking fg)
%J spells. Three bottles of
Cardui, the woman's RS
tonic, relieved me entireyF
ly. 1 feel like another
?| person; now." [(?)
M , - TAKE 4^
I Cardui ?
I Th<i 111 Am AA9A TAAIA ^
i lie vTuuidii d iuiiiu ro
for over 50 years,
yr, Cardui has been helping pv
to relieve women's un- |? ;
Xy necessary pains and j
^,1 building weak women up i/sT !
to health and strength. !
W*' It will do fhe same for ^5
(?) | you, if given a fair trial. I
So, don't wait, but begin 48 j
/S\| taking Cardui today, for [(g)
wy its use cannot harm you,
and should surely do you R5
? good. E-72
1'AP AEK >. MAX
GETS QUICK BELIEF
IV. R. Davenport Better After First!
Dose of Remedy.
W. R. Davenport, of Parker, N. C.,
long suffered from a peculiar malady;
cf .he stomach. He sought treatment!
with but little relief. At times it
seemed th^t he would have to give up
He took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy
and fcund immediate benefit. He
"For years I have suffered from a
disease which puzzled doctors. They
termed it catarrh of the stomach, saying
the only hope would be a change
/.Hn^ota on/1 in 11 nrnhnhilitv
VI CULL l& 1/JLfU.w ' JUL ?r?
I would never get well, linen I heard
cf your remedy. One bottle gave me
instant relief. -It made me feel like
a new man. Your full course of treatmerits
lias about cured me. Several of
my friends have also been cured."
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent
results for stomach, liver and
intestinal ailments. Eat as mucfh and
whatever you like. No more distress
after eating, pressure of gas in the
stomach and around the heart. Get oi>e
bottle of your druggist now and try it
; on an absolute guarantee?if not satisI
fa^torv money will be returned.
Make Your Sick Skin Well
If you suffer from eczema, itch,
pimples, etc., give Zemerine a trial.
It stops the itching, allays the irritai
tion and soon your skin is restored to
a healthy condition. For sale by
Newberry Drug Company. Sample free
| upon request to Zemerine Chemical
! Company, Orangeburg, S. C.
i This it a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then at a tonic the Fever will not
r#?fnm If acta no 1iv#?r hotter (fenn
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25e
"Wanted?The pubic to know that
are paying a very fancy price for
green hides; also best market price
j for good beef cattle. Hutchinson &
i Snellgrove, 1000 Main St., Newberry.
, Phone 38. 7-30-2ec
We Ren a
1 1 W A A
will buy at
selling for $ 1.
See My W
Mayes' Book &
The House of a T1
Long Distance calls for Ft
radius of several hundred ;
"In less than one houi
of flour at a total cost to i
"Since then we have a|
Bell Telephone to everyfe
most profitable results,
rates are reasonable and t
in one Long Distance Te
a dozen letters"
SOUTHERN BELL TE
AND TELEGRAPH C
BOX 163, COL1
A NEWBERRY INTERVIEW
"Wr TipnniG TpIIs His T!xi)eri6ilC6.
The following brief account of an
interview with a Newberry man three
' years ago, and its sequel, will be read
I with ke;?n interest by every citizen.
: <X. Y. Dennis, prop, of store Player
; St., Newberry, says: ''My kidneys
, were weak and caused me a lot of an1
r.oyanc^. I used Doan's Kidney Pilis
' and they grcitly relieved me. Others
i of the family, who suffered irorn weas (
back and disordered kidneys, used
Doan's Kidney Pills with good results."
(Statement given March 21,
I!-- 1 c *
lies anu juu
' of its Value
"One of our sales*
men demonstrated th?
value of the Long Distance
Telephone to us.
He was at Huntsville,
Ala., and upon his own
responsibility put in
fteen merchants within
t t I 1 A4AA I _ _ i ^
r he nad sold /iuu Darreu
is of less than six dollars.
pplied the Long Distance
ature of our business with
The service is fine, tho
here is more satisfaction
lephone talk than in half
[JMBIA, S. C.
Over three years later Mr. Dennis
said: "I think as highly of Doan's
Kidney Pills now as ever I always
advise my customers to use Doan's
Kidney Pills, when they are troubled:
IJ > ? can. A.iuutj
Price 50c, at all dealers. Dont' simply
ask for a kidney remedy?get
Doan's Kidney Pills?the same that
Mr. Dennis had. FosternMilbum Co.,
Props., Buffalo, X. Y.
n.iroe Jniri Snra?. Other KemetfleS Won'l JUT#.
VUIVW WIW VWI??| _ _
The worst cases, no matter of how long sta^din^,
are cured by fhe wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Paid and Heals at tb.- ^am*. time. 2550c, $1.QG