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BOX 163. COI
A ^ A T TT yv-k AT\ ^ n M lOOIA
ACCUlillU* -LfCtVIIiCIi O ITIIOCIU
| 6-9, 1916.
K The Southern Railway will
tickets to Columbia, S. C., ac(
r Tickets on sale February 4th
turning Feb 12th. The folio
1 Union 2 25
* Proportionately low fares f
tailed information and schedi
S. H. McLEP
The Southern Railway anm
1 trip fares authorized for the ]
bia, S. C., February 6-9, will
and visitors to the above nai
fares will applj from princip;
^ Greenwood 2.70
v3 Abbeville 3.20
, Anderson 3.90
Snar tan bur? 3.05
Proportionately reduced fa
detailed information apply to
S. H. McLE
MRS. KERNS' ADVICE
To Weak, Nervous, Run-Down Women
So. Cumberland, Md.?"For a long
time I suffered from a nervous breakdown.
I could not eat or sleep and was
so weak I could hardly walk. My husband
beard about Vinol and got me to
try it. Now I have a good appetite,
? ji J 11 J
Sleep sounuiy auu am wen auu auruug.
Every nervous, weak, run-down woman
should try Vinol.?Mrs. D. W. Kerns.
Vinol is a delicious cod liver and iron
tonic, without oil, which we guarantee
to createV HeaSthy aJ^tite, aid digestion
and make pure healthy blood.
Gilder & Weeks, Druggists, Newberry,
.1? I ?I ?^
ppp1 ^ I
A * $ $
j A Soliloquy in
\ this morning. I can't wait
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;uuw. juei iuc see?u
de sufficient telephone facilican't
blame me for dealing
lis very occurrence doesn't
ephone. Have an auxiliary
Call the business OlSce toELEPJIONE
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COMPANY l?i3 j
. umbia, s. c. ;
ia, S. C.
nary Convention, February
sell very low round trip fare
iount of the above occasion
to 9th, with final limit rewing
fares will apply from
Rock Hill _ $2.75
Chester 2 151
Orangeburg- 1.75 j
rom other points. For deales
apply to local agents or
iN, Dist. Pass. Agent,
Columbia, S. C.!
a, S. G,
> A %J X
ounces that the low round .
Laymen's Conference, Columbe
applicable to delegates
ned meeting. The following
Rock Hill... $2.75
Winnsboro 1.40 ;
York 3.00 ,
,res from other points. For
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local ticket agents or com!AN,
Dist. Pass. Agent,
Columbia, S. C.
1 mil t>e in tne ana nor s ouice ?tun
Saturday in January to prepare pension
blanks. Widows whose husbands
were on the pension- roll do not have
to prove the service of their husbands,
but have to sign the application
and get the auditor's certificate as to
nw\n&Ttv n-arr\pA TV? TiM Wfl.it Until
the last day.
W. G. Peterson,
SUBSCRIBE TO THE HERALD AND
w / s Read th:s i
y // Net long a
Q cc:ne la me a
Bg. me manv res
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^ forced to cor
work when I
W Sioan's Linii
^ less Im'n one
Chas. C. Cunt
sy ^.'vjsrsj^an. cjsuamn.'s^Kxsraiai ivuusmx.'.'. Z^JTJKZSjrt33?
f >3 MOLASS
i down the feed bill and
!^w^v red s
flr Horse and Mule
ImMFIt's something the horses anc
appetite?starts the saliva i
gm^f Far superior to an all grain
j? mules a treat, and at the same
rw i?i7T> STTTRT (-first erade) ]
iW contains Corn, Oats, Ground Alf
and pure cane molasses, and anal
fvW Protein 10%; Fat 3%; Fibr
? PIEDMONT HORSE & MULE MOLASSES
^ 12% ; Carbohydrates 55%.
11SWAMPFOX HORSE & MULE MOLASSES FEE
j| PERFECTION KORSE & MULE FEED
t ^ Protein 12%; Fat 3%; Fibre 12%; Carboh;
>. j A5rn|fR ^Ieal.
I s gi&lil tlllU uu;.u .....
j * RED SHIRT I
X First Grade: A balanced ration contain
^ keeps them in good condition. Increases th
& at a reduced cost of feeding. Contains g
lj[i Ground Alfalfa, Pure Cane MolasFC? and
^ Fibre 12c/c; Carbohydrates 6O70.
| PIEDMONT DAIRY FEED
I RED SHIRT HOG FEED
tWe manufacture also RED SHIRT Scratcl
, "SEVEN EGGS A WEEK" HEN MASH g
Bice, Cottonseed Meal, Cow jreas, jue:
Protein 18%; Fat 4%; Fibre 12So; f.
As shown on the bags in our ad. nearlj
products, even to the bags and twin
^ for Oats, Corn, Wheat, Alfalfa
We also carry a full s
Our feeds as show
/?- \ / yf on scientific princi
?7 V/ ft ^ greatest nourishn
?\ JJ Molony i
Hie Struggle Discourages Many a Citizen
of Sew berry.
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Around an day wnn an acnmg uacK,
Can't rest at night;
Enough to make any one "give out."
Doan's Kidney Pills are helping
They are for kidney backache;
And other kidney ills. i
Here Is Xewberrv proof of their i
J. J. Eargle. prop, machine shop, 935 j
XT'Of VoirKc-rfV coire " T f?j} ll o^Tl t
A'lICiiU Ul., ouju. ?. ^ 0
cold about a year ago and it settled
in my kidneys, causing backache. 11
had dull pains across my loins and was
troubled mostly while working or ]
standing a great deal. The kidney se- i
cretions passed too frequently. I al60!
had dizzy spells and almost toppled J
over. Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at
W. G. 'Mayes' Drug Store, brought me
relief right away and three boxes fixed
me up in fine shape."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply
ask for a kidney remedy?get
Doan's Kidney Pills?the same that
Mr. Eargle haul. Foster-Milburn 'Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
AND APPLICATION FOR 1A1 FINAL
CHARGE, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given -that I will
make a final settlement of the estate
of Jesse Wistar Gary, deceased, in the
nr/vhat^ PAnrt fnr Newherrv county. S.
C., on Wednesday the twenty-third day
of February, 1916, and will on 6aid
twenty-third day of February, 1916,
apply to the Judge of Probate for Newberry
county, South Carolina, for - a
final discharge as executor, etc., of
? ,v /
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^>%py /'4%J / sg i
m,,,(, ig i,
Pain Interfere? 5 i
oro a rATr?f*(rlv ^
? w J j loan's
rr< i ^ I
stinion y? |
go rny left knee beind
sore. It pained I1 3?m?</1 sfigiSjtless
nights. So se- f; jS'
become that I was fi &
isider giving up my <,
chanced to think of h : l
cicnt. Let me say? W 'j'yy ' : i 1
bcttle fixed me up. :' jfjjg jJjj[ ? ; j
pbdl, Florence, Tlx. V; J I
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builds up the stock. FT *
mules like?gives them an j
-unning and aids digestion, f j
feed. Give your horses and nrI
time save money. ' \
fTorse and Mule Molasses Feed |g
alfa, made appetizing with salt )j^g
yzes as fellows: s
e 12%; Carbohydrates 57% S
J FFFFl Second Grade ? Analyzes: Pr>?- f
tein dy2c/c; Fat 2*?%; Fibre
H (3rd Grade) This analyzes: Protein 1 j'
? Fat 2%; Fibre 12%; Carbohydrates 55%. j ^
rlixed) We manufacture also a dry mixed (no \
ses) Horse and Mule Feed, which analyzes: ? c
rdrates 57%. This is composed of straight 5
DAIRY FEED " j
inj? ?t!olasses. Cattle are very fond of it-~ >
e Sow and enriches the quality of the milk \
round Corn, C. S. Meal, Wheat Middling, : j
Salt. Analyzes: Protein 15%; Fat 3%; ? j
?-?irPrntfin 12%: Fat 2*4%: Fibre ^ | j
miai/ &vo . ? # ? _
rates 55#. . '
)f Digestive Tankage, Ground Com. Rice
fattening. Keeps the hogs in good condition,
i Feed and RED SHIRT Baby Chick Feed, jjfml
omposed of Ground, Corn, Ground sUj|i;|
ats, Ground Wheat, Barley, Maize, VsWg
at Meal and Linseed Meal. Analysis: ?
r all of onr feed is made from Carolina
e. We are, therefore, in the market
Hay and any other kind of Hay- ^
.tock of GRAIN*, HAY _ 1
said deceased. j
All creditors of the estate of said ,
Jesse Wistar Gary, deceased, are here- i
by notified to render an account of their
demands, duly attested, to me on -
or before the nineteenth day of February,
FRANK L. BYNUM, !
Executor of the Last Will and Testament
of Jesse Wistar Gary, deceased.
January 17 Lh, 1916.
LAND FOR SALE.
As heirs~at-law of Mrs. Carolina .
'Cook, we will sell at public outcry ai:
Newberry court house on saleeday in
February, 1916, immediately following ,
sales by the master:
r One acre lot in the town of Pros
perity, fronting on ivia.in siretn, <XUU C4.V4.? j
joining lands of Mrs. Delia Snealy on
I the south, the Baptist church lot on
the west and land of H. J. Rawl on the
north. Terms of sale cash.
Mrs. Sallie Wicker,
D. B. Cook,
Mrs. Texanna Wicker,
E. M. Cook,
3Crs. Nanoj fWicker.
-itmriran Men Fosries at 25.
Am editorial in the February Worn- 1
an's Home Companion quotes the late !
William James, the psychologist, as
44 'Most men are fogies at twentyfive.'
At that age they have acquired
a few hard and fast opinions, a work-,
iner knowledge of some job sufficient toi
support them, and a routine of exist- j
ence which neither varies n:-- mds |
until they die." !
Invigorating to the Pale and SIcIAy,
The Old Standard general strengths ins tonic
GROVE'S TASTEC^SS Wiifl TONIC, oat
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Subscribe to The Herald attf News,
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geon's Work Unnecessary.
Astoria, N. Y. ? "For two years I
was feeling ill and took all kinds of
?_ tonics. I was getli
lliii!IIIHJli!lil!li II ing worse everyday,
j I j | j 1 had chills,my head
li ! would ache, I was
; I lip? always tired. I could
not walk straight
because of the pain <
' : i ' / m my uacK ana i nau
!|i lljl I pains in my stemach.
I went to^a
" " the paper about
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- <
pound and toid my husband about it. I
said ' I know nothing will help me but I .
will try this.' I found myself improving
from the very first bottle, and in two
weeks time I was able to sit down and <
eat a hearty breakfast with my hus- .
band, wmcn l naci not aone ior iwo years.
I am now in the best of health and
did not have the operation." ? Mrs.
John A. Koenig, 502 Flushing Avenue,
Astoria, N. Y.
Every one dreads the surgeon's knife
and the operating table. Sometimes
nothing else will do; but many times !
doctors say they are necessary when
they are not. Letter after letter comes
to the Pinkham Laboratory, telling hov/
operations were advised and were not
performed; or,if performed,did no good, !
but Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Com-1
1 J 1 J I
pcunawas useu a.iiu guuu iieai ui-Lunoweu. i
If you want advice Tvrite to
Lydia E. Pinkliam Medicine Co.
[confidential), Lynn, Mass,
]ct Rid cf My Corns
With Magic "Gets-it"
IJniT.5f.c4 P/\wn i'nr<i ill f]lA Wflflll \*0
.^| t ui u V?1V i<* n.v , ,
F'.iii, no Fuss. New, Sure Way.
Wlhen corns make you almost "die .
s'ith your boots on," when you've
oaked them and picked them and
liced them, when corn-swelling
alves, and tapes bandages and plasers
that, make corns pop-eyed have 1
"1" ?-ior?Q v/Mir r?r>rn<5 ?rnw fa.Rt.PT*.
Mil J laau^ jvux *4c- v .. , J
ust bold you heart a moment and figre
this. Put two drops of "Gets-Tt"
in the corn. It dries at once. You can
fVTiy Have Corns At All When "Gets-It"
Removes Them the New,Dead-Sure Way ?
,uo voar s'noe and stocking on right -
ver it. The corn is doomed. It makes 1
he corn come off clear and clean. It's
he new. 'easy way. Nothing to stick
>r press on the corn. You can wear
:maller shoes. You'll be a joy-walker. '
so pain, no trouble. Accept no sub titutes.
"Gets-It" is sold by druggists everywhere,
25c a bottle, or sent direct by j
5. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. Sold.!
n Newberry and recommended as the!
-vorlu's best corn remedy by Gilder &
iVeeKs, W. G-. Mayes and P. E. Way.
VSK PRESIDENT TO LOOK AFTER
* T?Ar tv 4 oat irrrr i i vrvrp i
IVM11V.1U J. |
South Carolinians in Congress Frsre
Acceptance of Invitations to
Speak in Columbia.
Washington, Jan. 24.?Members of.
t'ne South Carolina 'delegation in con -!
?AVfiontinn rvf P^ITI2T6SS- I
grtJ?)?>, W X til I'UV CAVVJIUUU ~ w
an Lever, who was in attendance j
upon an important committee meet-1
ing, urged the president to accept the;
invitation extended by the general |
assembly of South 'Carolina to speak ;
in Columbia. The matter was taken
under consideration and a reply will |
be given later.
iWhile at the White House Congress-1
x*: 1 rvnooon for? t'np name of'
mau IMOUUllO ^irav,ui/vu
Judge D. E. Hydrick to fill the vacancy;
in the supreme court bench caused by j
the death of Justice Lamar, with the!
resolutions of the Spartanburg Bar
association indorsing Judge Hydrick.
Mr. Nicholls asked that the president
upon his return from his speaking trip
allow friends of Judge Hydrick call
upon "him and present Judge Hydrick's
TcenPc Rennisltion for TldwelL
Governor Manning lias issued requi- J
sition papers on the governor of Mississippi
for the return of George W. j
Tidwell, who is under sentence of
seven years in this state on the charge
of manslaughter, having been convicted
in the Greenville county court. Tid
well is under arrest at (iuiipon,
charged with violating th.e provisiegjr
of the white slave law. He will be return
ed and placed in the state penitentiary.
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fell far short
NINTH KEPOHT SHOWS A BIG
Total for South Carolina Placed at
1,11 Afrainst 1,424,700
Washington, Jan. 24.?The ninth cotion
ginning report of the season, commit!
frnm renorts of CC11SUS bureau
correspondents and agents throughout #
the cotton belt and issued at 10 a. m.
today, announced that 10,766 202 bales
of cotton, counting round as half bales,
of the growth of 191o, had been ginned
prior co January 16. That compares
witn 14,915,950 bales, or 93.7 per cent
*?f tho pnfirp rrnr>. 2:inriPd nrior to Jan
nary lb last year; 13.5S2 036 bales, or
70.1 per cent in 1913. and 13,OSS,930
bales, or 97 per cent in 1912. The average
quantity of cotton ginned prior
to January 16 in the last ten years was
12,231 494 bales, or 9".." per cent of the
Included in the ginnings were 106,996
round bales, compared with 50 942
ginned prior to January 16 last year,
r!6,S07 in 1913 and 70,758 in 1912.
Sea island cotton included numbered
S0.736 bales, ^compared with 79,515
ginned prior to January 16 last year,
72,277 in 1913 and 70,758 in 1912.
Ginnings prior to January 16 by
states, with comparisons for the last
three years and the percentage of the
entire crop ginned in those states
prior to that date in the same years,
Year Bales. Pet.
191 4 1,-676.349 96.8
191 3 1,473,174 99.4
1912 1,307,736 98.5
191 5 794,356
191 4 941,426 94.2
r\n~ nan HO O
191 3 yo?,oo< vo.f
191 2 741,282 96.2
191 4 88,131 97.2
191 3 65.765 98.6
191 2 57,324 97.4
191 5 1,922,346
191 4 2.595,054 95.3
191 3 2 314.101 98.6
1912 1,781,232 98.3
191 4 343,608 93.1
191 3 420,384 96.2
191 2 569.076 98.5
191 5 898.414
191 4 ...1.143,787 99.9
191 3 1.176,539 94.0
1912......... 952,520 94.8
191 4 855 367 88.1
1913.'.' 783,817 93.5
1912 875,493 96.6
191 5 573,317 .
1914 1,147,481 93.1
1Q13 825.069 97.9
191 2 965,752 96.1
191 4 ...1,424,700 9U
191 3 1,368,774 96.5
191 2 1,192,574 97.4
191 5 286,525 ... :
191 4 342,877 92.2
191 3 358.275 97.7
191 2 252,890 94.6
1914 4,125,919 94.0
191 3 3.715,418 98.5
191 2 4,509,220 97.1
All Other State: i
1914 140.151 84.7
191 3 111,053 93.4
1912 83,831 93.1
Ginnings of sea island cotton prior
to January 16, by 'States:
Year. Florida. Georgia. S. C.
1915 28.047 56,722 5,967
1914 33 221 41,204 5,090
1913 25,366 42.650 8,261
1912 21,916 41,529 7,313
The final ginniDg report of the census
bureau will be issued at 10 a. m.,
Monday, March 20, and will show the
quantity of cotton ginned from the entire
crop of 1915.
NOTICE TO KOAD GYERSEEBS.
iT;he commissions of all road overseers
in the county of Newberry were
revoked by the County Board of Com
missioners at its meeting on January
1, 1916. The overseers will, therefore,
please hand or mail their commissions
to me or one of the commissioners at
once, together with their return for
the year 1915. They also will turn
over all tools, etc., belonging to the
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