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DR. I. E. CRIMM '
iaiist will be ^
in Newber- v,
ry for ten f |
days begin- J Jg? |ggjjj
ning Mon- m:7 % . Y'\
dayNovem- w *$Kl?OTt3f
These letters speak for themselves
that it will pay to consult Dr. Crimm
about your eyes:
Messrs. J. R. Boozer and j. L. Boozer
of Newberry say: "Dr. Crimm. the
glasses you fitted are the very best we
Mr. H. T. Fellers of iunards says: j
"'Dr. Crimm, the glasses you fitted for
may family (6.) pair in all, are very
satisfactory and I certain!?? recommend
you very highly as a skilled Eye
5>npr?i? lict i
Mr. Jv C. Stor.e of Prosperity writes,
"The glasses you fitted me are fine, I
am very much pleased.'*
Mrs. C. B. Dcminick of Prosperity
writes: "Dr. Crimm, the glasses yoi
fitted me are the best 1 ever had."
Here is what Masrer Walter Meat.;,!
S years old. Newberry R. F. I). Xo. 3,
writes under date of December 8, 1912:
"Dr. Crimm, I am getting along at
school nicely now. My g'asses help
me lots. I go to school every day and
my eyes don't bother me any more.
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i rJUr Siasst's iitip me 1111c n_? i
What Dr. Crimm did for the S-yearolc1
Walter he can do for your child
and for yourself. Don't miss the opportunity
to cali on Dr. Crimm while j
he i-s in Newberry. All glasses at the;
most reasonable prices. Consultation *?
Office over Mr. Burtin's Real Estat?j
Office, opposite Herald and News.
>OTHE OF MEETING
Of Stockholders of the Wheeler-Lang-!
Pursuant to a resolution adopi-cd by j
the board of directors of the Wheeler-j
I.angford company, whereby a reduc-|
tion of the capital stock of the com- j
pany to the par>;alue of $6,000.00 was
determined upon, and pursuant to a
resolution adopted by the board of directors
to change the name of the j
Wheeler-Langford Company to Buzhardt-J^angford
Furniture Company, a
meeting of the stockholders thereof is
hereby called to be held at the storehouse
of said company, at Newberry,
S C., at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, on
Monday, November 29, 1915, for the
purpose of considering such resolutions.
J. J. LAXGFORD.
B. T. BUZHARDT,
SATED FROM DEATH
J. E. Erwin Says YFonderfnl Remedy
Brought Him Astonishing
t TTrwin nf Winston-Salem. N. C-.
was for a long time the victim of serious
disorders of the stomach. He
tried all kinds of treatment and nad
One day he took a dose of Mayrs
Wonderful Remedy and was aston- ?
ished at the results. The 'help he
sought f:ad come. He wrote:
"I am satisfied through personal j
use of the life-saving powers of your I
Wonderful Remedy, you nave saveu
my life. I could have lived but a few
weeks more bad it not been for your
remedy. I am enclosing a list of friend
sufferers w-ho ought to 'nave some
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent
results for stomach, liver and
intestinal ailments. Eat as much and
whenever you like. No more distress
after eating, pressure of gas in the
stomach and around the heart. Get one |
bottle of your druggist now ana try it j
on an absolute guarantee?It not satis- j
factory money will be returned.
Hard to Fit
One afterncn in the trenches an!
Irish soldier discovered that the man J
on his right was wearing a beautiful
pair of boot?.
"How did you manage to get hold of
them?" he asked enviously. "A pres- i"
ent from an officer, I suppose!"
The Englishman smiled.
"I stole out of the trench last night,"
hp answered, in a whisper, "and I J
iound the boots on a German I killed."
The Irishman became thoughtful,
and that night he disappeared.
Early the next morning he staggered
?ack into the trench carrying a pair of j j;
boots. Making for his friend he wins- j t<
pered bitterly to him: ! y
"I've had the hardest job of my life, d
Had to kill fifty Germans before I tl
found a pair of boots to fit me.''?' e
Strand 'Magazine. )
I ^ in moaiTii ictuui^ xyv? ^
is MOLASSES.. It cats ^
down the feed bill and builds up the 6tock. . \
|S9P Red Shirt L
fly Horse and Mule Molasses Feei
SEg|P It's something the horses and mules like?gives the
appetite?starts the saliva running and aids digt
r>~- *<* ??" nli crruin f*?ed. Give your hors
rui supcuui iu uii
W/M mules a treat, and at the same time save money.
Our RED SHIRT (first grade) Horse and Mule Molasf
contains Corn, Oats, Ground Alfalfa, made appetizing
'7^ and pure cane molasses, and analyzes as follows:
y\S Protein 10^c ; Fat 39c; Fibre 12</c; Carbohydrates 57
if PIEDMONT HORSE & Ml'LE MOLASSES FEED ;t7aAt"
^ 12^0; Carbohydrates 55%.
I kwAMMW HORSE & MULE MOLASSES FEED ^d^d^4r?/l^TcaZre
r ?? ?
| PERFECTION HORSE & MULE FEED
^ Protein 129c; Fat 3%; Fibre 12Tc; Carbohydrates 579c- This is comp
| grain and ground Alfalfa Meal.
| * RED SHIRT DAIRY FI
^ First Grade: A balanced ration containing Molasses. Cattle are v<
^ keeps them in good condition. Increases the flow and enriches the qus
at a reduced cost of feeding. Contains ground Corn, C. S. Meal, 1
Jifi Ground Alfalfa, Pure Cane Molasses and Salt. Analyzes: Protein
^ Fibre 129c; Carbohydrates 60%.
^ DfFDMflNT DAIRY FFFD Second Grade?Analyzes: Protein 12%; F
'!% 1LL,'TiW1 1A.1IU lLLU 12cjc. Carbohydrates 55^.
( ~ RFH ^HIRT HOC FF?n A combination of Digestive Tankage, Grou
== JfliAl vU screenings; very fattening. Keeps the hogs in
We manufacture also RED SHIRT Scratch Feed and RED SHIRT Da
111 "SEVEN EGGS A WEEK" HEN MASH
Rice, Cottonseed Meal, Cow Peas, Meat Meal and Linseed ivicai.
Protein 18%; Fat 4%: Fibre 12%; Carbohydrates 40%.
"^s 8^own on bags our ad. nearly all of our feed is made fror
products, even to the bajrs and twine. We arc, therefore, in tli
^'J'j for Oats, Corn, Wheat, Alfalfa Hay and any other kind of
We also carry a full stork of GRAIN, HAY
^ AND STRAW. ^
\\ ^ur ^ee<^s as shown above are mixed
Wf/ (^S\ f y \V on 8c'ent'fic principles to furnish the //
ay \(ir > / I )\ greatest nourishment at the lowest If \a
-/ 'I cos" Let us shown you how to // \2
?/ ySviiL^^r J\ J J cut your feed bills down. Write fj
al U us for prices, etc. ,
Ik If // Moloay & Carter Co. \ I
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XVQ 1 Jfctet
Bridging the distance '
von and uanvwhere
The Bell Telephone, with its 16,000,0i
wire, brings millions of people within
Many thousand of them, living withir
hundred miles, can be reached for a small
Are you making use of this vast brid
farm, in your home or in your business,
profit of time, money or convenience for
Bell Telephone if you will use it.
Grasp the Opportunity!
Call or write the manager to-day.
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
a \tfv rrriT r'/'i'n a nn fn a vv
niLiiunArii vjuiuraix 1
I Makes old orchards produce; doubles the yield
I of garden and truck. Buy a can at your grocer's,
| spray and grow prize winners. Write For Booklet $E
F"JT3 JL p * T pleasantly, and is m
ilf\ A 1 , i , harmless vegetable m
LIV-YER-Lax is gu;
Jv-Ver Lax Will make yc U ' satisfaction or your m
Feel Better 1 turn?d without questic
! original, bearing the 1
j nature of L. K. Grigs!
That tired feeling, dull headache and j in the oOc and 31 sizes
isting grouch are most probably due Gilder & Weeks, P. E.
3 be clogged up liver. Now, don't make
ourself feel worse by taking nasty, Tne English Bible?
isagreeable calomel, but clean out j everything else in
hat bile and make yourself feel bright- I should perish. would
r and better generally by taking LIV- j show the whole exte
"ER-LAX. It acts safelv, surely and | and power. - Macaulaj
"1 '.YIl.SOVS NEI>I)I\(;
LATE NEXT MONTH |
100 LBS ?
^ i ' 01 "^('ar * l?<e 01 December."? j
%v 1 No Invitations Issued.
^ 3^3) ^ Wrisl-lr.r-.ou Xcv. 1. It was formal- j
ly announced today at the White House j
JUnEmA* ^vf lllaI t'le raarria^e oi:' President Wilson j
CHWLESTON.s.tf^ j and Mrs. Norman ';alt win taKe piacp i
i "n< ar '^ie c^ose ot Deo nib er" and that j
j) he private at Mr*. Gait's home
sstion. 1 his statement was jsst:ed by Secre-|
es and tary T;:m:iliy:
_ , "In order to auiet sDeculation. Pre?- 1
ses reed __ .. . !
with salt ill jld("Ilt v,lIson a:id Mrs- Xorman GaIt;
i ioda/ author;/. d the announcement!
that their marriage will take place:'
Fibre near *'ie f'1;0Se ?f December. (Their i
0 plans are for a very simple ceremony. I
bohydnrtes 55fy ^ ke Quietly performed at Mrs.
. ' ^ Gait's residence. Xo in. itations will
> a dry mixed (no ^
which analyzes: | bo isued, and it is expected that the
osed of straight v ,
i only quests will be tne members of
? ? I
_ -e?^ Tr?^y ? 1 the two families.
i/ED [ ;
?ry fond of it ? X
llity of the^milk ; |
good condition. jfij I
by Chick Feed, jlm Anriouncinq Their
rn, Ground^j|| j' '
_ Jfllfj r ^How^^Grc^
i | of Superb F:
tl 1 You nee^ ^'s practical, exp
J&$JyaPS?& 1 ' I you own or intend to plant a fe\
fj . I mation that will save you time, labor and
j. /k ! j I name and address on the coupon?or on a
/]? j j We will gladly mail you a free cop?
; B of our New Catalog?an 11 x 8 in. book
j JS that is simply packed with hints that
1 B will enable you to secure bumper crops
j of finest fruit?and sell them at topssai?^-^^^QCCT=n=iiV
l B market prices. The whole book is filled
n with facts that will interest and instruct
^! H you?facts abou^ how fruit-growers
lyffigfEiag | I Stark Bro's Nurseries
2 ^ca<^ 11 an(^ tcarn about the new frr.it
00 miles of ^ N ^==
caiaiiut ui ^
i fifty or a j fj/k
ton charge. Great #1
ge oil your I %
There's a < CJ _ ft j
you in the OOFlcllS ?jj|
| The year 1916 n|
? will be crowded with
! I the verv best reading in
"""" 9 Great Serials *
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and send it (or the name of this paper) 1
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W JT3T11 FRFF An the issues of THE COM1
P anion for the remaining ^
ffcrf *1 /Ml FRFF the companion home
voim *vex? calendar for 1916. <
* A tii3M THFM The 52 Weekly Issues of I
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WfMHU IKUCM '
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GALLONS1 | ''',q announced a puzzle ?
I f>i--KNOWLEDGE. It is
^';^gRS^gffiSr?y ! 11 ;.t?vv ft\v Smith C'Arolin
lade entirely of '"S- instructive and may
ateriaI- hundred ;md eighty-five d<
aranteed to give
oney will be re- 38 subscribers to THE ST
>n. Insist on the
ikeness and sig- ^ their answers late:
jy, for sale here
at w. g. Mayes, I Read The State for Parti*
Wflv's j (
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a book which if! j
our language j THE STATE
alone suffice to I
nt or its beauty j
All persons holding claims against vvll
the late .1. Walter Stockman will please
present the same properly verified on
or before the l~>th day of November,
i91to the undersigned at Prosperity, FIGl'R]
S. C., or to her attorneys, Messrs. I)E!?
T~> 1 ~ O T > 1 ~ . ~ W C* f*
Dieuse cc Ljieabe, ->ewuexivv, o.
Mrs. .Josephine E. Stockman, Report
Attorney in Fact. Ku
November 3, 1915.
Whenever You Need a General Tonl; oflm r
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Ijartn
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a ,co-ttc
General Tonic because it contains the j'Carclin;
well known tonic properties of QUININE j 111 o
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
nut Malaria, Enriches the Blood ano ginned
Guilds up the Whole Svstem. 50 cents. 1914
Neither tear, nor wish for, your last num^ei
day?Martial. Tell an
,x , * , , der nai
He who covets what belongs to ancounts
r deservedly loses his own.? , , ,
el j n?t inc]
Kigger urops 'cheat*
ert information. Whether ^Darling
v trees or a thousand, it is infor- ' r.illon
money. Get it! J-mply send us your I
postal, if you prefe. Dorchei
everywhere are go^ng prodigious j Edgefie
crops and large cash pr-y ^s from crops | f
of young, thrifty, genuine oia.-k Bro's - ^airfiel
trees?facts that emphasize to J truth (,,,
of the axiom "Stark Trees Beax ^ruit." j ^renc
Beautiful life-size, natural-color photos j p pnr o-pj
of leading fruits all through .ne book. j
Send for your copy today to Greeny:
> at Louisiana, Mo. I [???
Grimes Golden?the tree development I : u ,
that resists "collar rot." Get the New I jnorrv .
Tfnr'fc ahnnf "Stark Delirious." Stark B
Early Elberta, and all the latest I i ' y
peaohes. Stark Bro's-grown, J. H.Hale Jm j Kersha
Peaches, also Lincoln Pear, Stark J
Montmorency Cherry, Mammoth Gold Lancast
Plum and all the other famous Stark , ,
Bro's fruits,berries and ornamentals. * J-aureil!
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bearing yonr name f postpaid, your New *>C"UC1
I and address. W Catalojr, teliinsr just n?nn(10
_ 'how fruit-KTOvvors a re ! UCOIiee
Stark Bro's ^ m-kinjr rccord-breaking a ]
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?50 Short Stories n
Rare Articles, Nature and Science, c IH
Exceptional Editorial Page, Family \
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)ictnre contest? a GAME r a.
, based on South Carolina ^||Ii
3llars will be ?iven to the
'ATE who remit now ana
V' Take t!
_ # TASTE]
culars or Write Direct to j wuai y\j
COMPANY, Cures Old
fx k n *. The worst
LA. B. U. are cure(J
j Porter's .
, , I, i | Paia and
ON GINNED IN
STATE BY COUNTIES
KS IT TO OCTOUEK IS L3SAJIE
TIME LAST YEAR.
as Sent Out by the Census
Still Leads State.
ding to figures given out by
Rogers, director of the census,
lent of commerce, 52S.091 bales
>n have been ginned in South
a this year to October 18. This
~>o bales less than the number
during the same period of
*eburg county leads in the
of bales ginned, with Barnd
Marlboro following in the orned.
The government report
round as half bales and doe3
[ude linters. The figures for all
nties in the State follow:
ty? 1D15. 1914.
le 12,8134 14,850
Dn 22,533 25,888
g 17,171 15,794
ill 24,266 36,591 *
rt 1,401 3,638
v 4.36'J 7.654
i 10,631 16,120
ton 2.244 5,251
ee 4.S14 6,010
16,407 16 293
field 16,051 15,738
Ion. 14,9^4 28,0S2
a 7,735 12,470
;ton 18,354 19,030
ster 7,038 10,083
M 15.569 16.286
d 12,6ci3> 10,058
;e 16,738 20,583
:own (1,215 2,090
[lie 14,526 18,390
ood 13;il5 14,484
m J. 8,176 13,779
1,725 3 923
vv 14,740 14,163
ot 7 568 8.291
5 16,887 17,262
on 12,776 11,315
7,563 6,962 |
:0 27,494 31,120 |
rv 18,779 15,064
5 661 6,761
burg 39,523 45,662 "<
i 4.801 7,327 r'k
d f. 11,108 13,346
[. 13.363 11,293
iburg 27,274 .29,650 %
7,168 6,904 .
Lsburg 13,211 17,863
Mfdr ot WiY ^ )
"Cured" | |
Mrs. Jay McGee, of Steph- If
ville, Texas, writes: ' For W
le (9j years, I suffered with R|
jmanly trouble. I had ter- \W
tie headaches, and pains in ft
" j? :t IK f
/ Dack, etc. 11 seemeu c% u hi
vould die, I suffered so. At rjfl
;t, I decided to try Cardui, a]
; woman's tonic, and it 31
!ped me right away. The 91
1 treatment not only helped mA
i, but it cured me." Yak
uaroui ij j
The Woman's Tonic m
Cardui helps women in time [31
greatest need, because it (91
ntains ingredients which act 18]
ecihcally, yet gently, on the tdI
sak^ned womanly organs. |Jj
i, if you feel discouraged, |K|
je, out-of-sorts, unable to [SI
i your household work, on L J
count of your condition, stop rtf
Drrying and give Cardui a J VI
al. It has helped thousands Isj
women,?why not you ? lii
y Cardui. E-71 Ml
A ml | Af
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TI1E DIAMOND BRAND. /:
S Ladles! Ask your Drnnfat for AA ?^
vA CltlK-heA-ter s Diamond Brand/y%?
JSk nils in Hcd and Gold metaUic^/x ^
boxes, sealed with Blue Ribbon. \/
& ) Take no oibcr. Buy of your
ftr I?ruca>dt- As k for CII I-C Is E8-TEH #
$ DIAMOND I5RAND PILLS, for 2&
Z years k nowa ?s Best, Safest, Always ReJiat>!??
SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
e Out Malaria
And Build Up The System (
he Old Standard GROVE'S
wESS chill TONIC. You know
u are taking, as the formula is
on every laoei, snowing 11 is
and Iron in a tasteless form.
inine drives out malaria, the
ilds up the system. 50 cents
Seres, Otner Remedies Won't
cases, no matter of how long: standing*
by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Heals at thf ^am*. time. 25<50c, 51.0H