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Th<e State of South Carolina, County
of Newberry. By C. C. Schumpert,
Whereas, David Levine and Harry i
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, Harry Vigodsky Utters of administra-1
tion of the estate and effects of Solomon
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ail and singular the kindred
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vine, deseased. that they be and appear
before me. in the Court of Probate, to
be held at Newberry, S. C ? on Wednes\'nv.
17th next, after publication.'
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause if any they have, why
the said administration should not be
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2nd day of November, Anno Domini
1915. C. C. SCHUMPERT,
J. P. X. C.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All and singular the creditors of the
late '.Vadison Pitts are hereby required j
rr> roiui v in nnri pstahlish their de-l
;.auds before me in the case of the!
Xewberry Savings Bank, plaintiff,
Sara a A. Pius as executrix,
!c., oi Madison Pitts, deceased, etc.,
t ul.. d fenaaius. on or bofore November
2"?th, and are enjoined from
prosecuting their demands elsewhere
Than in said action now pending in the
probate court for Newberry county,
XV \v berry, S. C.
C. C. SOHUMPERT,
Judge of Probate for Newberry Co.
Nov. 4th, 1-Qi5. ll'-o-td
! NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the undersized
as administrator of the estate
of Geo. W. Glymph, deceased, will
make a final settlement on said estate
as such administrator in the office of i
tne prooate juage 01 .\ewwav tuuuy ,
on Thursday, Dec-emgcr 2, 1915, and |
immediately thereafter apply for let-!
ters dismissory as such administrator, j
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said estate will present the same duly
attested to the undersigned on or before
that date and all persons indebted
to said estate will make payment.
WM. H. GIST,
Administrator Geo. W. Glymph, Derpaspri
Nov. 1, 1915.
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"Mary had a little 'Get's-It,' and
corns on her toe; and every time she
Stop Misery and Embarrassment Llbfl
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put on 'Gets-It,' the corn was sure to
go." Mary, like thousands of others,
a -L- 1? - 1?? m& r_
USe<l lO Oe <L JUOIVHic, cuuvnug
tyrdom, using painful bandages, irritating
salves, sticky tape, toe-harnesses,
blood-bringing razors and scissors!
She says now there's no sense
in it. Use 'SJets-It," applied in 2 seconds.
Easy, simple, new way?just
painless common sense! Millions are
doing it. Never fails. You can wear
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to limp around any more, or walk on
the side of your shoes to try to get
away from your corns! You know for
sure before you use "Gets-It" thai
the corn or callus is going away. For
corns, calluses, warts ana bunions.
"Gets-It" is sold by all druggists,
23c a bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence
& Co., Chicago. Sold in New-|
berry and recommended as tne world's,
best corn remedy by Wm, G. Mayes, P.
E. (Way, Giled & Weeks.
The Mistake Is Made by Many
Look for the cause of backache.
To be cured you must know the
If it's weak kidneys you must set
the kidneys working right.
A Newberry resident tells you how.
H. F. Addy, blacksmith, 13U8 Caldwell
street, Newberry, says: "A hard
case of La Grippe left my kidneys in
i rightful shape about three years ago.
I fcad severe pains across my loins
and was laid up for two months. I
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kidneys were weak and the kidney secretions
were scanty and caused a
burning sensation in passage. The secretions
also contained sedijrient. 1
had dizzy spells and headaches. I
finally got hold of Doan's Kidney Pills
and begati using them. The first dox
helped me and after I had taken sis
boxes all signs of kidney trouble had
left and I was cured."
Price 50c at all dealers Don't simply
ask for a kidney remedy- -get
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Mr Addv had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
props., Buffalo. N. Y.
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weakening sickness and terrible nausea
that always follows a close of calomel.
L1V-TER-LAX cleanses the torpid
i liver, and livens up the who1? system
by ridding it cf the clo^ginrr i: oisons.
Vet it works so gently and pleasantly
that you hardly know yoi.'vc tnken it.
UY-VK INLAW being purely vegetable.
is absolutely hnrnilc.ss, and does
j not tear up the system 'ike calomel.
| And it's guaranteed to be satisfactory,
jcr the druggist will retur-i your money.
, For sale by Gilder .v: Weeks, P. E.
Way and Wm. G. Mavo?.
Invigorating to the Pale anc! Sickly
The Old Standard genera! strengthei ing tome
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out
Mal*\ria.eviriche U le blood.and builds jpthesystenv
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Kirdseye View of Hogrwa
At a meeting of the deacons ot tne
he Hog Ford church last week behind
closed doors, it was decided to hereafter
give the preacher one-half of all
-ie collected during his Sunday sermon.
The remainder will be divided
among the deacons.
The Postmaster has announced thai
he will make a speech from the front
nf thp nns,office tonight. He has
not decided what he will talk about,
but t::at is of small importance.
Raz Barlow spent two days in Tickville
last week. While there he put
up at the ice cream parlor.
Sim Flinders walked from the Hog
e+in Vi/vico Patnrdav evening:.
JL' \Jk U OUU livu^v ~ v w
One admirable thing about a dog is
that when he has fleas on him he is
honest enough to come right out in
public and scratch.
One of the many serious faults that
may be found with the Excelsior Fiddling
band by a close observer is that
their feet are too large. This fact was
demonstrated the other night when
they w en t to serenade a young lady
in the Calf Ribs neighborhood and
tramped down an acre of potatoes.
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Sizemore nocKs? retxiiuiis uu uimc Pistil
creek, west of here, has sprung (
into high standnig this week by invent- ]
ing a monkey wrench which also hae ?
an attachment that will crack nuts and ]
The Wild Onion school teacher has
been invited to 'go to Tickville to de- (
Ir. er a talk at the teachers' institute. *
'iis subject will be "Intellect." The '
teacher will start off his talk by saying
be has been highly honored to be :
called upon to address such a large '
and intelligent gatnering. ay aoing
this he will get the audience to liking
him and then he will have easy
sailing with the subject 'he knows nothing
Luke Mathewsla has been sitting in
the doorway at the postoffice for the
past several days, and has stopped all
traffic between the interior of the ofCAROLINA
OF STOMACH REMEDY
Sufferers Find Swift Relief by Use
oi JKemarEaDie iraument
Stomach sufferers in the Southeast
and. in fact, all over the country, have
found remarkable and efficient results
from the use of Mayr's "Wonderful
Many fcave taken this remedy and
tell today of the benefits they re- i
ceived. Its effects come quickly?the
first dose convinces. Here is wftat |
two Carolina folks have written:
W. R. DAVENPORT, Parker, N. C.?
"For years I have suffered from a disease
which puzzled doctors. I heard
of your remedy and one bottle gave
me relief. Your full treatment has
about cured me."
J. E. ERWIN, Winston-Salem, N. C.
?"I am satisfied through personal use
of the powers of your remedy. You
have saved my life."
iwavr'e Wrmr?prfu1 Remedrv eives ner
inanent results for stomach, liver and
intestinal ailments. Eat as mucfa and
whatever you like. No more distress
after eating, pressure of gas in the \
stomach and around the heart. Get one
bottle of your druggist now and try it
on an absolute guarantee?if not satis*
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laciory money win ue remincu.
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S j
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know j
what you are taking, as the formula is j
printed on every label, showing it is !
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form, j
The Quinine drives out malaiia, the '
Iron builds up the system. 50 cents i
w .?THF DIAMOND BRAND. '
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Liverpool's streets and roads, irrerespecti.
e of courts and passages,
amount io r?01 3-4 niiles. Of these
4S5 1-4 are illuminated by gas, 8 3-S i
by electricity, 4 1-2 by oil and 3 5-S I
by flat flame burners.
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fice and the outside world.
Fletcher Henstep Was over in the
Calf Ribs neighborhood yesterday and'
got a good look at a man who is re- \
po:'itru to have paid up seven years'!
back subscription to the Tickville Tidings.
- i -i A ^ ? /> ors\s\A o nr.ty tn
uoiumuus Aiisup na-s <* suuu u?->?? j
trade for something else useful. This
will cut his number down to seven, but
he says he has to do it, as he is afraid
he could not make a good living for
tHoni nil this winter, and at the same
time look after his family as is required
Washington Hocks has got back from
a prospecting tour through the woods
of the Gander iCTeek bottom and reports
a beautiful crop of autumn
Washington Hicks, who recently took
two boxes of pills sent him by a large
factory in the East, hae been asked
for a photograph of himself. It will
appear in an almanac to be issued by
the company, and Cricket has ordered
several extra copies.
The Dog Hill preacher is becoming
very popular even with those outside
3f his congregation, and had company
tor dinner Sunday. Among tiose present
were: Washington 'Hocks, Ellick
Hellwanger, wife and seven children;
Tobe Moseley and family, Cricket
Hicks, Yam Sims, Riz Barlow, Atlas
Peck, the Wild Onion chool teacher,
Luke Mathewsla, wife and eleven children;
the Depity Constable, Sim Flinlers,
Jeff Potlocks and his five hounds,
Slim Pickis and four relatives from
Bounding Billoms, and last but not
least, the Excelsior Fiddling band. The
out of town guests also included the
Blind Man of the Calf Ribs neighborly
ft/? +Vi^> Aooiff+arf PV?Trvnpr nriH ttlP
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Tin Peddler from Tickville. The dinner
was an informal affair, none of
the guests having b.een invited.
(Special Notice?Hogwall News is fully
protected under the copyright laws,
which impose a severe penalty for infringement
by use either entire or in
NOW HER FRIENDS
HARDLY KNOW HER
Bat This Does Not Bother Mrs.
Barton, Under the
Houston, Texas.?In an interesting
letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton
writes as follows: "I think it is my duty
to tell you what your medicine, Cardui, j
the woman's tonic, has done for me.
I was down sick with womanly trouble,
and my mother advised several different
treatments, but they didn't seem to do
me any good. I lingered along for three
or four months, and for three weeks, J
was in bed, so sick I couldn't bear for
' ?ft- 4-Lart
any one 10 w&ik <iu um uk uw* t
My husband advised me to try Cardui,
the woman's tonic. J have taken two
bottles of Cardui, am feeling fine, gained
15 pounds and do all of my housework.
Friends hardly know me,, 1 am so well." |
If you suffer from any of the ailments j
cnmmnn fn wnmen. don't allow the i
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trouble to become chronic. Begin taking j
Cardui to-day. It is purely vegetable, j
its ingredients acting in a gentle, natural j
wa> on the weakened womanly constitution.
You run no risk in trying Cardui. j
It has been helping weak women back to j
health and strength for more than 50 \
ifOQfC it will helo vcu. At all dealers.
Write to: Chattancv.ja Medicine Co., Ladies' ;
Advisory Dept., Cliattar.-oga, Tenn., for Special j
Instructions on your cas- and 64-page book, "Hom?
Treatment for Women," se t in plain wrapper. t69-B
Whenever You Need a Crc r?3ral Tool;
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless i
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chill Tonic is equally va'-xauic as a,
General Tonic because :c v ontains the '
well known tonic proper* ot QUININE :
and IRON. It acts on tiie 7 iver, Drives !
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and j
Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents, j
No. 666 |
This ii a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER, j
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
re?urn. It acts on the liver better u ar.
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. \
PLACED BOMB I\ BIDDER
OF T. S. WARSHIP
Brooklyn Navy Yard Sergeant of Ma.
rines Verities Recently Denied
New York, Nov. 5.?That an infernal
machine really was attached to the
rudder post of the battlesnip Texas
some lime ago was .confirmed today by
a sergeant of marines from the Brooklyn
navy yard, who closely scrutinized
Robert Fay and his brother-inlaw,
who with others are being held
v/hirc- officials are investigating alleged
rr-.sriracy to destroy vessels carrying
munitions to the allies. At the time of
tne rumor concerning an internal ma- 4
chine found on the Texas it was officially
denied that the- infernal machine
was attached to the 'Texas.
Officials investigating the conspiracy
declared that at leasi a half million
dollars had been carrying out
alleged German plots in the United
states in an enurt to prevent war rnu-,
niticns from reaching the allies. Officials
don't believe Fay's story that he
is a German army lieutenant, but
think he is a Hungarian whose real
name in H. K. Feji.
Hon. W. A. Stnckey.
Anderson Farmers' Tribune.
The statement made in the article
reporting the Columbia meeting, published
in the last issue of the Tribune,
that many of the Blease supporters
from different parts of the State who
were in Columbia that night had expressed
themselves' as believing Hon.
I .V. A. Stuckey would make a splendid
candidate for nomination as lieutenant
orAtTA**TiA?? in f a riAV+ eTlnnl/?
gUVCi Ill/l m Li-lC HCAt piiUlOi T
be given mature consideration by that
Mr. Stuckey is a clear-thinking and
practical man who has always stood
for the same things that Governor
Blease has stood for. As was said in'
the news article, Blease and Stuckey
havp hPAn npr.crmnl an/1 nr?lttiral
friends, and even now if they are divided
on any question no one knows
what it is.
It is natural that adherents of-the
Manning administration would do anything
within their power to start friction
among the friends and supporters
of Former Governor Blease, because
they realize that the only hope or
chance they *have to prevent Bl^ase's
election to tne governor's office next
fall is to find a way to create a weakening
in the ranks now so strongly
welded together. To accomplish this
end there are those who are high in ,
tne law ana oraer inner circle wno^
would unhesitatingly offer every encouragement
to Mr. Stuckey or any
other Blease supporter of the same
prominence and caliber to oppose the
man who the producing masses in
every part of the state,have insisted
cVioll Ka fVi s%r% r? rli o f n. fAr* crnr Ar
O'lIG/i I yc lUCil ^axxuiuaiu xvri
to succeed Mr. Manning. When election
time approached, these people will
serve the man who believes them the
same dose they served Bob Cooper .
last year, when they threw him down
and flocked to the wealthy banker
whose interests are inimical to tlie
interests of those who are so afraid of
Blease's "election. and whose interests
and principles are diametrically the
opposite to those of Mr. Stuckey.
The expressions made regarding Mr.
Stuckey last Wednesday night were
thos<e of honest admiration by honest
men for an honest man. They believed
him eminently qualified to fill one of'
the most honorable and important of
fices of the state government. That
these expressions should ha've been
ntirely unsolicited by Mr. Stuckey,
and apparently spontaneous with those
uttering them, make them all the more
complimentary, especially as they
came from men upon whom the candidacy
of no man in the state cculd in
the slightest degree affect the support
already pledged Cole. L. El ease, the
people's candidate for governor.,
GLv-e the matter serious consideration,
!Mr. Stuckey. You have 'every
qualification for lieutenant governor
and the office is replete with honor,
and opportunity to serve your people
and ycur state.
We are going to have a new submarine
that can cross the ocean. But let
us hope that it never will have to.
A. New York inventor's spring
clothespin grips a line with one end
and a garment with the other, so that
the two are not brought into contact.
mo t Ml aif m m
?ia or uihiis & war
?:e" ~r:->tion No. 686 is prepared especially
to: r/.ALARSA or CHILLS & FEVER.
: ;ve o: e:x doses will break any case, and
if taken then a3 a tonic the Fever will not t
T IIttap Vu>ff?r than
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->*oe J >nd does not grios or sicken. 25c
Will cure Rheumatism, Neu?
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rai^ia, ncauctuicd, utaniyo, uuuv
Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Old
Sores, Tetter, Rin^-Worm,-Eczema,
etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,
used internally or externally. 25c