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TO ASK CONGR- S3 j
FOR COTTON FUND:
( A.UP HAMPTON WISHES BALANCE j
I Would Have Money Left in Federal
V . Treasury Shared Among;
f " Veterans.
* The State. j
Camp Hampton, United Confederate
Veterans will memoriaalize congress to:
distribute among the survivors of 'he |
Coni ederate States army the funds,
? held in the federal treasury arising j
from the cotton tax collected in the j
South during and after the War Between
the Sections ana from the sale
of captured and abandoned Southern
'U-: D. B. Plenmken, adjutant of the
camp, reports for The State as iollows |
Hi the meeting held last night:
m "The monthly meeting oT Camp
i Hamt>ion . U. C. V.. Xo. 3S9, was held
1 * .in the council chamber this evening,
f The meeting was opened with prayer
by Chaplain J. C. Abney. The minutes
of the last meeting were read and
cohtinned. Comrade W. H. Vogel at
the Confederate home was reported
"Commander Clark informed the
camp that the State annual reunion
of the Confederate veterans would be
held in Rock Hill by invitation. On
1 motion ol' Comrade McLaurin it was
decided that the camp elect delegates
bo the State annual reunion in Rock
Hill, also to the general reunion in
Birmingham. The following delegates J
were elected to both the reunions: |
| Comrades <W. A. Clark, J. Fuller Lyon,
D. W. McLaurin, Charles S. Dwight
an-d H. J. Hennies; alternates, J. C.'
Beck, J. C. Abney, J L Wardlaw, C.
t r,rwiw\ti d B. Flenniken. Com
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mand'er Clark informed the camp that j
i any member of the camp could attend
^ the reunions, and be accorded the priviiliges
of the meeting.
"The following motion ot (Comrade
D. W. McLaurin was adopted: "Resolved:
That a committee of three, |
?"^v J"1? o c. /-?>i o ir-m on :
Willi U1C UUUllliailirci do v uu.it j
K appointed to prepare a memorial to!
v be submitted to the congress or the!
United Stages in su pport of the bill!
now pending in congress to apply the |
i moneys now in the treasury of the i
United States arising from the cotton j
1 tax collected during and after the war j
from the Southern peop-le, and also j
the moneys arising from the sale of,
captured and abandoned property, to
the support cf1 the survivors of the
Confederate army, or such other form ;
of memorial as in the judgment of the ,
committee may best reach that end.
The following were appointed: Com
i i t 6peat scott".'
' \w cominfi nywi
' I V IGOTTASTC
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:ades D. W. McLaurin, Charles S.
I)\vi?ht a!id J. Fuller Lyon, with \V. A.
Clark, ccmmander, as chairman
"Commander Clark, interested the
c.;mi) with an acco .111 of the evacua
lion of James Island and the retreat
into North Carolina, including the
fights on the ret: eat to the reaching
d Goldsboro and the division of the
coin among the different commands
and the different amounts received by
the Confederates. Commander 'Clark
stated that he still had his silver dollar
and had had its history engravedon
it. Connade J. S. Wilbanks stated
that he still retained a 50 cents coin
o: the $!25 he was paid off with at the
From West End, Newberry. '
Connie daxwell should lake off her I
hat to Rev. Herman 1W. Stone, of Xew-'
berry, S. C., formerly of Anderson. S.
C. It was through his influence that
the Baracca and Philathea classes decided
to support one oi the children, of
the home. The president of each of
the above classes will go to the home
at an early date to pick out the child
and have a photograph of it made and
placed in each of the class rooms.
( Mr. Stone is surely a live wire, and
a wide-awake worker for the Master's
cause, bo is his companion; tney are
doing much of lasting good. He has
| been in their field only one month and
has had six additions on confessions
| of faith and nine by letter. iThe password
with all of the people is "Have
you heard Mr Stone yet, if not, why?"'
Mr. Stone has services at West End
evrv first and third Sunday mornings
and every Sunday night, and at Pine
Pleasant in Saluda, S. C., county every
second and fourth Sunday mornings.
Brother Stone lo\es and helps all
that is good and fights that which is
bad as hard as Christ did.
WiA.NTED?INDUSTRIOUS MEN who
can furnish team, wagon, good references
and contract signed by two
responsible men, to sell to farmers
everyday necssities used in every
home and around the farm. Largest
and most complete line sold from
wagons?iio staple products manu'
factured by cne of the oldest and
largest companies of its kind. For j
full particulars write, or telephone or ,
call on A. M. Wilson, Tatum, S. C.
THE HERALD AND NEWS, ONE
YEAH FOR $1.50.
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RIGHT ON MY ,
TK i ROUN^H AL KE< TRD
FOR FEBRUARY, 1!)1?
Mean maximum, 59.7.
Moan minimum ot).u.
Maximum, 19; date IS
i Minimum, 19, date 1~>.
Greatest daily range, 38.
! Total, 389.
Greatest in 24 hours 3.00 inches; j
j date 2.
Total fall, 1.00 inch.
Number of days with .01 inch or
more precipitation, 10.
Clear, 1 o; partly cloudy. 6; cuoldy, '
j Days a Killing frost 4, o, 14, 15, 16, ,
! 19. 26, 27, 28.
Thunder clouds, 9, 10, 11, 24.
W. G. PETERSON, C. 0. i
ARRIVAL OF TRAIN'S
i On Southern ami C. X. k L. Railroads at j
.Newberry, Elective Jan. 20, 1010.
| On Southern Railroad?
j So. 15, west S:4S a. m.1
I Xo. IS, east 12:15 p. m.:
j Xo. 17, west 2:50 p. mJ
i Xo. 1G, east 8.54 p. m. j
On C. X. & L. Railroad?
*Xo. 12 (.mixed), west 5:14 a. m.!
*Xo. 55, east 9:53 a. m.;
Xo. 52, west 1:06 p. m. J
Xo. 53, east 3:22 p. m. j
i *Vn IS fmiYdrtl past . 5:30 D. 131.1
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*Xo. 54, west 7.00 p. m.
tX . 50, west 9:53 a. m.
fXo. 51, east 5:50 p. m.'
Daily except Sunday. fSunday only.j
West is to Greenville. East is to;
T. S. Lefler, T. A.
January 20, 1916.
All Southern trains are regular mail j
trains. On C., X. & L., Xos. 55, 52, '33 !
laLd 54 are mail trains.
Time of Closing Mails, dewberry, S. C.
(January 21, 1916.)
Southern Railway?8:18 a. m? 11:45 |
a. m., 2:20 p. m., 8:24 p. m.
., X. & L. Railroad?9:23 a. in.,!
12:36 p. m., 2:50 p. m., 6:30 p. m.
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Please take notice that the time for
the payment of taxes will expire on j
March 15, and that no taxes will be collected
after that date.
JOHN L. EPP3,
2-22-tf. County Treasurer.
A number of young people of the town
and college went down to Newberry
m 1 ---Li. VoMrKomr.r'linfrtrt
j 1 uesuay Illgill 1U1 U1C vmiwn
1 basketball game.?Clinton Chronicle.
11stop: you crazy bruno
horse can get b'
me while rflh , r
| CONSCIOUS : : . L
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PKOGimi OF I\TEKI)ENOMI> ATIONAL
S S. CONVENTION
I he interdenominational Sunday
scho'?! c 'mention for Xo. 11 township
*v i 1.1.1 * -' r* . T
.vii! i;c i i'ici in lilt' I oni.in.i ijuiiiciaii
church Saturday before the second
Sunday in March, beginning at 10:30
o'clock. The following is the program:
10:30 A. M.?Formal opening and address
of welcome by Rev. Y. von A.
11 A. M.?The S. S. teacher.
(a) His qalifications?Rev. W. A
(li) His duties?Prof. D. S. Wedaman.
(c) His opportunity?Mrs. Minnie
ii :45 A. 1M.?Round table?Rev. J. B.
1 130 P. M. Punctuality in the S. S.
teacher, pupil, on time, every timeProf.
J. R. O'Xeall Hollowav.
2 P. M.?Singing in primary depart "
Cd-mnnstration)?Mrs. Ben Setz!r>r
2:30 P. M.?Every member of the
cl urcli a member of tlie Sunday school
? Rev. J. W. Carson.
Dinner on the grounds; a cordial welcome
The annual meeting or tne lovvnsnip
Boards of Assessors will be held in the
county auditor's office in the Court
House, Xewberry, S. C., at eleven o'clock,
Tuesday, /March 7, 1916, for the purpose
cf organization and the transaction of
all necessary business appertaining to
this body before passing on the tax returns
of real and personal property for
this fiscal year 1916. This is an important
meeting, and each and every mem
her is earnesly urged and requested to
present on this occasion promptly
at the hour above stated. I enclose
herewith oath of office, which you will
please sign and return to me at once,
Yours very truly,
J. B. HALFACRE,
2-3-2t County Auditor.
THE HERALD AND NEWS, ONE
VTTAT? PHT? ST CO
J. L. Snelgrove, visited at his father's
J .C. Snelgrove, a few days last week.
Ezell Eargle motored them back to Newberry
last Thursday evening, returning
Friday via. Hoiieys Ferry and found it
to be past crossing and had to return
and went by the steel bridge?Cleveland
cor. Saluc'ta Standard.
Mrs. Mary Rambo, wife of \Mr. J.
M RamKn anri mnthpr nf Mrs. .T. H.
Corley of Newberry, died last Saturday
morning at her home in Kirksley. Mrs.
Rambo was in her 71st year.
HE 6 TO PC.
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CfiRTCW SERVICE CORP
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| SELF-RISING AND I
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I Made of choicest Red1
| and prepared according
ity that has made the o
ville, Tenn., nationally
Say RISING SI
$ grocer. You}
Corns tome Cff
I LIKE Banana Peel
Wonderful, Simple "G^ts-It" Meyer
Fails to Remove Any Corn Easily.
"Wouldn't it jar you? Here I've
been going along for years, "witb. one
desperate corn after another, trying
; to get rid of them with salves that'
; Hesitate! Us? Sure "Geta-ItM for Those j
I Corns and Save Your JLire ana xonr xoes:
eat off the toes, tapes that stick to
the stocking, bandages and plasters
that make a package of the toes, trying
blood-bringing razors and scissors.
Then I tried 'Gets-It' just once
? ? ^ /-inrrVif >>OVQ coon that mm
auu UUfeUt IV uu. V v~-v
come off?just like a banana peel." It's
simple, wonderful. It's t'ne new way,
painless, applied in two seconds, never
hurts healthy flesh or irritates.
Nothing to press on the corn. Never
] fail6. Quit the old ways for once anyj
way and try "Gets-It" tonight.- For
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I I KNEW r WOULD/ t
|GET HIM AT LPSTliv^
6 **' illlH '
r if1 M nWj"
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un Flour J
IEADY PREPARED. '
m a i
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iVinter Wheat, ground
* -f/-w fkn onnnrinr mial- W
j IU L11V/ oupviivx VJUUi" V
Id RED MILL, Nash- \(
r famous. ^
IN to any good 5
'11 be pleased.
corns, calluses, warts and bunions.
"Gets-It" is sold everywhere, 25c a.
bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence
& Co., Chicago, 111. Sold in Newberry
and recommended as the world's best
corn remedy by Gilder & Weeks, W.
G. Ma^es ana P. E. Way.
DRINK SIX GLASSES
OF WATER DAILY
An Interesting Statement by One of
the Big Men In the Drug Business
A. E. K1ESLING
of Houston, Texas, says:
"If you have a muddy complexion
and dull eyes, you are constipated. Six
glasses of water daily and one or two
Rexall Orderlies at night will correct
this condition and make you 'fit as a
fiddle.' Rexall Orderlies, in my opinion,
are the best laxative to be had, and can
be takcc by men. women or children."
THE HERALD AND NEWS, ONE
YEAR FOR $1.50.
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