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HK NATIONAL GIARB I
MAY GET A CHANCE
it Will Be Called Ob?Short
Time Decides?Next Two I>ay?
Likely to Settle Course.
Washington, March 13.?Not -until
W today did it appear probable that the
L National Guard of South Carolina and
other States might be called upon
F within the next 4S hours to "shoulder
arms" and "fall in'' for Mexico.
Until the present time tnere nas been
a hope on the part or the president
and the war department officials that
the regular troop? would be sufficient
to que:l liiexico, but today the scene
s|? shifted and "reveille" may souna at;
almost any time.
;-V\ The situation with regard to Mexico'
is quite different with regard to call- 1
img out the National Guard tlian that
[involved m a possidic war wiin uie
European powers.
A Mexican conflict, as now seen,
means a long and tedious siege, perhaps
lasting months or years, as was
the case with th subjugation of the
Philippines. I
The National guard, i. called upon
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roow, 11 is oenevea, wouia uc <iuic uu
do the same character of work that
was done by them when previously
called to "help tfie regulars.
At the war department today little
information could tie secured as to
w&ether Adj. Gen. iloore of South
Carolina would be ordered to the Mexican
border. (The only thing available
in the way of information was that
r\t + Vio nnvf AC Vi/Mirc "TC/VlT/? t/*TT
guwo \JL UA\. iiVAk -XW iiVU?u ?' vv?*u ?w - .
the tale. It is not improbable that
Tjrifhin that time the National Guard
may be ordered to mobilize and hold itself
in readiness to defend the bor- j
d*r.
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WRITE FO
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\0T1CK OF KLLCTION IN .10LLY'
STKEET SCHOOL DISTRICT JiO. 35.
Whereas, One-third of the resident
electors and a lik, proportion of the
resident freeholders of the aee of 21
years, in Jolly Street School District
No. 33, of the County of Newberry,
State of South Carolina, have filed a
petition with the County Board of
Kducation o Newberry County, South
Carolina, petitioning and requesting
that an election be held in said School
.District on the question of levying an
additional special tax of four (4) mills
to be collected on all the taxable
l perty within the said School District.
Now, therefore, we the undersigned,
composing the County Board of
Education for Newberry County, 'State
nr Snnfh Carolina, do hereby order the
Hoard o. Trustees of the Jolly Street
School District No. 33 to hold an election
on the said question of levying an
additional special tax of four (4) mills
to be collected on the property located
in the said School District, which said
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election shall be held at the HunterDeWalt
Schoolhouse in said 'School
District No. 33, on Friday, March 31,
* 0* tl-Vicoi/1 r*l?r?tirkr> thp nr?)fK '
shall be opened at 7 a. m. and closed j
at 4 p. m.
The members of the Board of True- j
tees of said School District shall act
as managers of said election. Only such
electors as reside in said School Dis- ;
ciict and return real or personal prop-!
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tty for taxation, and who exhibit tnelr |
lax receipts and registration certtfl- j
cates as required in general elections,
shall be allowed to <vote. Electors favoring
the levy of such tax shall cast
a ballot containing the word "Yes"
-.'vitten or printed thereon, and each
elector opposed to such levy shall cast
a ballot containing the word "No"
fVi orann
v-iiCLCu ui j;i iuuu tuvi \s\su.
Given under our hands and seals
this the 4th lay of March, 1916.
CHAjS. P. BAR RE',
S. J. DERRICK,
J. S. WHEELER,
County Board of Education.
Piles Cared In 6 to 14 Days
7oor drngrgist will refund money if PAZ(
OINTMENT fails to cure any cast of Itchin-.
P'nrl 'Rl^edincr or Protruding r^e4-"" *J ('nHH
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iolstering and protect it
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it rains, cats and dogs,
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hands, or the hands or
sell your car to better
rs service, because the
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MC in your top. We
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RELATIVES IK LAW. j
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A Little Advicc Thrt May Kelp tc
Make Things Pleasant.
if 1 V.VIV wiviii.u rutins I {< tlio llllSbnnd
nn.l wife rim v.uuuj make each
Other hapj'.v and h?>Jd e.vh <?r!n r'.s love
1 would surest tint in iiher < all the
attention < i' the <>ilir:- t> the disagreeable
qualities <- " the f.un'.ly o.*' either. j
"My loves my J?o?>I>U* n ;
tlicy v.eiv Ills own.'* a wile fold me.'
"It inaUos i:ie so Lappy!"
I doi:).t il l.e uid love lier people very (
dearly. l?ut he overlooked those Hmrae-,
teristks wlii. Ii a i?ro:e s; .!Mi
would li;" e :osei:!od. li i; v. ?s wiuu i
St'ilOo!i)ov :?. '? :> "I.; if" ' i?
a giorii'iis:/ oae. i
Most t-'' i:s n;n il:e temi>ers n:id
idiosvn ra. it s <>! < < wn \.:?on woi
alono h.:vc ! ' ln-ar tIj:%;i it is w!?on wo !
see t'x'a !n !i t!:o o;'os <f a tiiir>l
person tisr.t I lie* l'0<- !!io U!ion<!iiral>k\;
That is t orli.jjis <mo iva-on wuy s.? low,
roofs are i:ir~e en<>u;,li 10 r??vt?r two
families.
If eaeli "in-!a w" exercised toward:
the meml iM's <?i tlie household into
which lie or she married the same pardoning
love that is exercised toward
one's own the aspersions cast upon tho
uiouier-iii-i;iv% wuuiu uie a uatuiai
death because they would have nothing
on which to feed.?Virginia Terhune
Van de Water in Mother's Magazine.
WHIRLIGIG BEETLES.
These Four Eyed, Six Legged Creatures
a _ r- l
Mre expert owimmcn.
More than likely you have watched
him skating In "figures 8's" and alt
sorts of elaborate designs in quiet
pools along a stream or on the edge
of a lake. He will turn this way and
ttiat. describing one graceiui curve aic-i
er another, and then dart off in a!
straight line when he's frightened.
He's speedy, as well as graceful. He's
the whirligig beetle.
He has six legs, two longer ones in
front and two pairs of short, flat paddles
behind. These paddles make him
an expert swimmer. His front legs,
stretched out, look like arms.
Nature was also generous in giving
him two pairs of eyes. With one pair
he looks at objects on top of the water,
and with the other pair he keeps watch
for preying fish below.
There are something less than 300
Af nrhii<1l(n<r 'rvaotloa and
O^CV.lCO VI ITIUIU515 LTVV WVkf uuv . w ,
scattered in all parts of the world. All
summer you'll see their shiny bodies
skating in spiral tracks and in curves
on the surface of pools and sh^v sh
streams. ? Philadelphia North American.
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Choate and the Green Bag.
Very few of our lawyers carry ihe
green bags which were once a badge of
that profession.
"I think the sight of such a ba;: oirce
kept Joseph II. Choato from coming to
Philadelphia to make a speech." Mr.
Conlen said.
Mr. Con leu and another lawyer had
gone to New York to invite the ex-ain-.
bassador to England to deliver an ad-j
dress in Philadelphia. Mr. Conku's
companion carried a green bag. which
he laid upon Mr. Choate's table. < vi-j
dently to ;he jrreat lawyer's ami >y-I
a lice.
"What do you carry in that rhi?" he
asked.
"I have some law b6o!:s." the vor.sigj
?Philadelphia attorney replied.
"When I was a young lawyer." Mr.
Cboate said rather coldly, "1 was
taught to carry my law In my bead."*
And the invitation was declined.?
Philadelphia Ledger.
Carved by Newton.
In the Newton chapel of the church
? * in T {n/?Alnchi?'a TT J > <T_
at vvioiui ** viuit Hi uiuvviu^tiii g, t'ti^
land, where Sir Isaac Newton was
born, is to be seen one of the most interesting
relics of tlie greatest of philosophers.
It consists of a sundial and
was carved by Newton when he was
a boy on a stone in the house in which
he was born, his only tool being a pen- J
knife. There it remained for many
years until removed to Colsterwurlh!
s-.Ktirs-.il r'tWfti-tiiii.milc t I>?j !-ic
V.ULU1V1X. l MiuiiVi; i |
been built direct I v in front of liiis in-:
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teresting" relic, so th;:t unless one I
knows of the stone's existence and its1
presence in the church ii is overlooked, j
Nelcon's Message.
In a book called "National Humor" aj
serious inoinorc states mat .>eison s j
celebrated message. " England expects !
each mau to do iiib duty." was phrased I
by the famous admiral as "Nelson ex- i
pects," etc., aud that one of his officers j
suggested the change of the first \\<>id !
to "England." Nelson's greatness was |
evident in his immediate acceptance of j
the change. A smaller man would j
have l'elt insulted at the proposed elimination
of his own name
/ It Sounded Bic.
"She talks at differeni limes of 'my
maid,' 'my cook' and 'my laundress.'''
cowl +h/-v lrmnin n'ith tho 11 i?i/ I.* i n?i it"
OaiU LUC 1T V/XXiUJLL ?? A IU UJLAV UUlVUiliU ? ? .
"Has she actually so m. ny servants?'*
"No," said the accompanying male
person. "She means thai l:c r iiireti girl
is a lightning cL;inge ai:is:."-Detroit
Saturday Night.
Extreme Ennui.
"I fear hers is a hopele>< rase. She's
tired of everything."
"Everything?"
"Yes; oven of going to the doctor."?
Kansas City Journal.
Cured.
"Bacon lost a lot of money in a bit?
sngar deal. That cured him of speculation."
"Sugar cured, so to sj>eak."?Boston
xraxisciipu
Only evil grows of itself. For goodness
we want effort and courage.
The Great Kidney Medic'ne
Fulfills its Mission
! was afflicted with Bladder trouble.
I suffered such great pain that the
doc;or had to take my urine. After
the doctor had treated me for two
T rr/>f o n V* hottpr T-?P
1 U?U UVJ L t,Ll aiij lew. *?._
numbering that a few closes of Dr.
X.Ir.i. r's Swamp-Root completely relieved
my Mother-in-law, after all the
doctors who v,ere called on her case
had failed to do her any good, I asked
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my nusuana to gee me a uuiue ui
Swamp-Hoot, which he did, and I took
i[ a.id threw the doctors' preparations
dwav, because immediately a ter I
started taking I>r. Kilmer's SwampI\ooi
I was greatly relieved. IMy husband
was so pleased he said I should
takf one dozen bottles of Swamp-Root,
but by the time 1 had taken seven bottles
I was completely restored to
health. That was six years ago and I
have not taken any medicine since. My
weight is 395 pounds have three cnildren,
do my own work in a house of
twelve rooms, and keep boarders. Very
truly yours,
MRS. AXXJE BAUGHMAN,
657 Newell St. Barberton, Ohio.
Personally appeared before me this
19th day of December, 1914, Mrs. LVnnie
Baughman, who subscribed the
aborve statement and made oa+h that
the same is true in substance and in
fact.
W. A. Morton, Notary Public.
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(Letter to
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
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PROVE WKATT SWAMP-ROOT WILL
DO FOR YOU.
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghampton, N. Y., for a sample size
bottle. It will convince anyone. Yon
will also receive a booklet of valuable
information, telling about the kidneys
and bladder. Wnen writing, be sure
and mention tne semi-weejay iNewDerry
Herald and News. Regular fiftycent
and one-dollar size bottle for sale
at all drug stores.
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Ia IMO each farm in the In 1JOO
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produced $484 worth of produced
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tpjvv mui C d lCd
HERE ARE SOM
DISCUSS, EACH
1. We Must Inquire Why We Mai
Less Than the Northern or Wester
Farmer.
2. We Must Make Our Own Lain!
Richer.
3. We Must Diversify So As to Mai
the South Feed Itself.
4. We Must Use More Horse row*
and Machinery.
5. We Must Learn Fertilizer Vahn
and Buy Fertilizers More Wisely.
6. We Must Improve Our Metlvoc
of Cultivation.
7. We Must Make Bigger Car
[Yields.
8. We Must Make Cheaper Pork ax
More of It
a tit^ "v*no+ tTotto ATnpA Humm ax
Fewer Gullies.
10. We Must Have All-the-yeaj
round Gardens.
11. We Miist Learn Principle? <
Plowing and Moisture ControL
12. We Must Make Our Own Ha
and Some to SelL
13. We Must Put th Stubble Laac
to Work.
14. We Must Learn Better Methoc
I of .Laying-by crops.
And Prof. Massey's pa
gressive Farmer famous ai
It suits every member
help, but also providing th
People's page.
Order The Progressiv
Year"
(The importance of ]
lo+or carie
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| Rising Sun Flour j|
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| Made of choicest Red Winter Wheat, ground
4 and prepared according to the superior qual- >
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lty that Has made tne oia rtu mull., msni
J ville, Tenn., nationally famous. "
T>TCT\7n c77a7 4*
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Notice to All Ford Owners
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we will continue to sen rora
parts and repair Ford Cars in same
manner as in the oast.
We will appreciate a contin
uance of your patronage. All work
guaranteed.
SUMMER'S GARAGE
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^ The Yankee farmer makes $500 more
**> J|^ a year than we do We are as smart
as he is and must learn to make this
' each farm in the
i twTwor??at" extra $500, too. :: tf S s
gressive Farmer
Will carry every week for the next six
months notable articles by Prof. W. F.
Massey, 4'the Grand Old Man of Southern
Agriculture" on *
r foi the Southern Farmer: How to Get It"
IE OF TEE SU3JECTS PEOF. MASSEY WILL
AETICLE TELLING HOW TO DO THAT JOB:
jb 15. We Must Keep Learning as Long
Paustures "and Meadows.
of Anting Land. |
lge is only cne of fifty features that have made The Pro3
"Th>e Farm Paper with the Punch."
of the family?not only giving the farmer himself the best
je best farm woman's page in America and a superb Young
e Farmer now and make vour start toward 4*$500 More a
raisin i more livestock will be discussed in a I
is of articles by Dr. Tait Butler.)
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