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E. H. A ULL, EDITOR.
hriaay, April 14, l^lb.
We are pleased to see our young
friend, President John F. Livingston,
of the C. N. and L. road keeping up
the spirit of kind cooperation with
the patrons of the road that characterized
the conduct of his predecessor,
the late W. G. Childs. Last Friday
was field day in Columbia for the
schools of Richland county. It was
a bad day for such aa exercise, but
of course that could not be foreseen
by those in charge of fixing the day.
But the point we are trying to make
now is that Mr. Livingston ran a special
train in the morning from Hilton
to Columbia to accommodate the
school chikLren of the Dutch Fork
who wanted to be in Columbia in time
for the parade and wh0 could not
have gotten there on the regular train
in time. And he only charged the
nominal price of fifty cents for adults
and twenty-five cents for children for
the round trip.
There were something over 200 children
in the bunch aiod a happy set
they were despite bad weather. And
on the return the coaches were hauled
by the regoilar afternoon train,
but the thoughtfulness of President
Livingston bad the engine fastened to
the coaches and tfte steam put on
early in toe afternoon so that the children
might go to the train early if
they desired ana be comfortable.. This
kind of thoughtfulness should be and
we believe is appreciated by the people
whom the road serves.
Next Friday (today) Pres. Livingston
will do the same thing for the field
day exercises at Laurens, though he
will haul the children of the orphanage
at Clinton as tb?? guests of the
He aid tne same tmng xor me neia
day at Newberry for the children of,
the lower section of the county. The '
regular schedule suited the other sec-j
We were in Columbia Friday after-j
noon for a couple of hours and it did!
seam cruel to have those children i
march, and parade in that weather |
though the children seemed to eu.joy
it. We hope none of them may contract
cold and pneumonia from the
It was really pleasing to see the
school spirit which prevailed and good
will which was manifest on all sides.
Mr. Joe 13. Derrick writes a statement
tha::king his friends for asking
him to become a candidate for the
senate and declines to enter politics at
this time. His statement is but further
evidence of the fact that he would
make a worthy representative of the
people and serve them with honor and
credit. The State needs the service?
of men- like Joe Derrick.
Don't forget to use the s^plit log]
drair. After these rains would be a i
time to use it.
It would be well for the officers of]
municipal corporations, policemen
constables, magistrates a d sheriffs to
read the decision of the supreme court
"which we print in this issue, the Town
of Blacksburs against Andrew Bean.
Justice Gage in rendering the opinion.
of the court well and truly says:
''Some things are to be more deplored
than the unlawful transportation
of whiskey; one is the loss of liberty.
Common as the event may be,
it is a serious thing to arrest a citizen;
and it is a more serious thing to
search his person.; and he who accomplishes
it must do so in conformity
to the laws of the land. There
are two reasons for this, one to avoid
bloodshed and the other to preserve
The liberty of the citizen.
"Obedience to law is the bond of
society; and the officers set to enforce
the law are not exempt from its
And the learned justice might truthfully
toroefuMy bare MM tb&t
dt should be their duty to set the ex
ample of observance of the law and *
lie would have been stating not only >
a great truth but good law as well, j
To arrest a citizen is a serious thing
and too light'.y considered bv manv j Tm*sd;
peace officers and constables. We -^,:;!ds n:
I would suggest that ihey read this1 ' " ~
opinion of the supreme court as de- j
livered by Justice Gage. I pr(.sj(]
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THE ST. LUKE'S HOME j
DEMONSTRATION CLUB I T rearfi
Holds Interesting Meeting?Mrs. Dora decided
Lee Walker Preesnt?Editor Wal- jPaiwshtc
lace and Senator /obnstone '!ul? rec(
o ?? j Aftp.r
.littKV .^pCTCUCN j
. of ice c.i
Prosperity, April 11.?On Tuesday i
afternoon April 11. the Home Demon-,
, t iTne F
titration club of St Luke s met at the ., .
. . ' ; its meet
school building. This was an espe- _ ., T
L rcile >
cially attractive meeting and was ^'eil jnlero<t
attended. 'We had as our quests Mrs. r|)f>so ,
Dora I^ee Walker, assistant State:. ., ? .
j laid asrc
home demonstration ageht; Senator . ,
i .served 1
Allan Johnstone, and Mr. W. H. Wal- r, T1
, Hess Bii
lace of Xewberrv; all of wbom made'.
, Hipp A
splendid addresses. ,, >T
The meeting was opened with prayer j panleja
by Rev. B. W. Cronk, after which a i
duet was sung bv little Misses Ruby , .
_ j A joli
Hawkins and Jennie Hunter, in tne j jj.irr.v
absence of the president, Mr. Geo. F. I ?.fp^e q,
Hunter, Miss Willie 'Mae Wise presided
over the meeting and introduced ' u a:
, Jng and
Mrs. Dora Lee Walker gave a most , . ,
, . . and g.r!
interesting and instructive talk about
"Tomato and Home Demonstration
clubs"; Senator Allan Johnstone gave 1
a delightful sketch of "School Devel- oJ-n ^ ,l
opments" from memory ;and Mr. W.
H. Wallace, in liis interesting talk, Mrs.
contrasted schools now with those Thimble
of his boyhood days, miss Wise tnen j sewing 1
told of her plar.s and "hopes for the and del
year. Then the meeting was adjourn. Those
ed to meet at the next regular time. | ford, Mr
REPORTS FROM SOUTH GIVE SUM Mrs R(
TOTAL OF NATIONAL PROSPERITY Mrs p
"With war raging: abroad." says sell 'Tidi
Albert W Atwood in the March A-jR- Pe
rah ..'agazine, "a boom might weii he
expected in the i^on and steel tool m.t <\1rs. ]
chinery, hardware, shipping, ship- Pjx 0*e]0
building", and automobile industries, j 0f the k
But far more significant of widespread ! frage an
improvement are the reports fro n the court \c
South?the heaviest sufferer in the I
early stages of the war?and evn from ; ?
j \Irs J
the lumber district of the Northwest, i * '
| Building and real estate lines, both j
I *-? i on H -* fi*
of which had been in doldrums for
years, have become generally galvaj- After
ized. Unemployment has nearly van- j lowed b;
ished, industry is making big- divi- the folk
dends for its owners, and workingme.i Mrs. Fa
are earning big wages on short hours.; Mr. and
"Such is the domestic situation to- Mrs. L. 1
day.*' seal, Mr
NOTICE OF JURY DRAWING. Mr* 0
Notice *s hereby given that we the # . 1
undersigned Jury Commissioners for ln6u
Newberry- County, S. C., will at the ?
office of the Clerk of Court for New- K6I1
berry County at Nine O'Clock A. M.,
April 21st, lyi6, openly and publicly
draw the names of Thirty-six (36)
men, who shall serve for one week jt
as Petit Jurors at the Court of Com- write th
mon Pleas, which will convene at wonderfi
Newberry Court House May 8th, 1916, [ j)aj
and will continue for two weeks. j Vcrv nw
April 10th. 1916. j rious ki<
J.\U. k i^rrs, (without
J AS. B. HALFACRE, jaged of
J NO. C. GOGGANS. jday I y
Jury Commissioners for 'Newberry jtestimon
Court, S. C. ; helped a
; hi e by tl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ! Root, sc
Notice is hereby given Lnat all per- j know I
sons holding claims against the estate i to the
of Mrs. Mary E. Counts, deceased, will j Swamp-]
| present the same duly attested o he! words w
indersigned on or before the 10th day j many ol
of April, 1916. and ail persons indebt- bladder
ed to said estate will make payment
to the undersigned, as executor of said !
deceased. <1401 Ro:
C. H. COUNTS, j Persor
Executor, Mrs. Mary E. Counts, de- j ISth clay
NOTICE OF "FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given inat tne undersigned
as administratrix of the
estate of Jim Burton, deceased, will
make final settlement on said estate I
as administratrix in the court o' pro- Dr. I
bate for Newberry county, on Monday, I Bingh
May 8,1916. and immediately thereafter _
apply for letters dismissory as such ppQyp
administratrix. Persons holding claims
against said estate will make payment
before said date and all persons in- Send t
debted to the estate will pay the same. Bingham
iMARY BURTON, tattle. ;
lAdm'x of estate of JiHi Burton. also
March 21, 1916. informat
m ii and bla<3
Tk* QoWt* TMMIM MIMt 11? HM? and me"'
Beeaeae of its tonic and laxative effect. LA3LA- jy Hera!
HTS?oMOOonm<8H btMffftn uiiwri ~ ^ ,
Quinine aad does not cause nervousness nor CeJlt en<l
rineiBE in head. Remember the full *ame ?nd ^ ^
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<? ; 1 Mule.
SO(IKT\. ^ Horse."5,
^ i ! Indian motor
" > -f > *- j> j i Overland Roa
ny afternoon the bachelor: i> One-horse wa
let with iMiss .Mary < A right h\ i \ cotton seed
street. i 1 lioosier com!
vrs i'or the year were elected.! i House and 1c
? :is follows: i Corne!i:i strei
,. rs. .1. N. M^'aitfirin. I App'y to W. S
rcsMiiUt? Miss Daisy Cannon. J berry ~oca C
arv- Miss lVss Burton. i 3.14-tf.
ur;r_Mis< Sarah Houscal. \
discussing the mutter, the club, - "
l0 affiliate with the Kis'igs ! >'0TfCE TO X(
trs. a tin ft organization which j ]
mtly b?*en formed here. |
all "business had been disposed j All m*mbers <
cam and cake were served the cratk. cVub are h
at. Monticello scl
* * April 22 at. 1:30
riday afternoon Rook Club had | tyie 4^ Saturda
in* this week on Monday. Miss , purposc of reorcn
Vallace was hostess and man} . nv}0 r> of tne as
ing games were enjoyed ^y democratic party
resent After cards had been j An pioa3e be j
lea tcmotin- salad course was I
the following guests: Misses
irton, Eliza Mafory, Rosaly-j
Liiiiie Bynu-m, Gladys Chap s.
II. B. Schumpert and Miss
Moore of Columbia [NEWBERRY PE<
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y party was given by 'Mrs.j
Blease Saturday evening at J Trios*4 who hvtv
iks" in Main street. j ry are astonisii<
5 an old fashioned candy-pull- j at^on 0l simple
the pulling was entered int.) j cer*nf*- et^' as m';
ich enjoyment by all the boy9joausc ^ acr,s 011
I ? - - ~ ?l avp o
Is present. w* *
relieves almost j
Z the evening 'games were .
' , . .A , . ,r. ~ t'on sour stomac
nd fruit passed by Misses Car- ' . .
I dwell nnd Gladys :Chappell. *U<M Sl,^"LSm?
doses often relic
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dic.it.is. ;A. sho
Boyd Jacobs entertained the chronic stomach
club Friday afternoon. After w^eks Co., Drusi
for a while work was laid aside
ightful refreshments enjoyed. ?
present were Mrs. Hayne Bu s.
Thad McCrackin, Mrs. R H.
)erg, Mr<. Forrest Lonvinack,
>bt. Parks, 'Mrs. Ben Havird,
C. Gaillard, Mrs. Minnie Mer'Irs.
Welch Wilbur, Mrs. Rus
narsh, Mrs. G. W. Jacobs, Mrs j
rrv and Miss I^urliKe Evans. !
D. Wright gave an elegant
ck dinner Wednesday in honor
idies -who spoke on Equal Sufd
Pure Democracy at the new
>use Wednesday eveniing. | joTT
rohn C. Goggans entertained *
iniuig Hook club Tuesday at /u ?V#
the games a salad course fol- way
y a sweet course, was served <
>wing members and guests: anx j
t Gilder, Miss Eva Goggans,
Mrs. Herman (Wright, Mr. and
G. Esfcridge, Miss Sarah Hou .
Zach Wright, Miss Pauline ^ e
Dr. J. K. Gilder and Mr. and JjUSli
Various Kidney .^
ledies But Only One
with great pleasure that I
ese lines of praise for your I
ill- kidney and bladder remedy.
d ey trouble so bad I became j
Lch alarmed. I had tried vailney
remedies I heard of but
relief. 1 was about discour- i
ever being helped, when, one
>icked up a book containing
ials of people who had been
nd cured of their kidney trou- ???
le use of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
> T decided to try it and I on
owe my present good health
wonderful curative power of fot!" IdC
.lo-ot. I sincerely hope my
ill be the means of restoring ^
:her sufferers of kidney and
trouble to good health. I The s
Very truly yours,
B. J. FEN SIT ERM AKER, MclillC
4 T AV?1iA
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ially appeared before me this 3 131
of October, 1915, B. J. Fen- j
ir, who subscribed the above g
it and made oath that the f m _
true in substance and in fact, f tlOHJSll
Wm. J. Klotzbach. ! .
Notary Public, i tcHlOfl
Hlmer & Co.,
amton, y. Y. ??
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en cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., I
pton, N. Y., for a sample size
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receive a booklet of valuable
ion, telling about the kidneys
Ider. Wnen writing, be sure
tion the Semi-weekly NewberSd
and News. Regular fifty- ,
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ug stores, !
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planter. ? \
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ola Bottling Co.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB L
~)t Monttoe'-lo DemoA?yv*K..
aa!!^J ? ~
t;i tr jy ui mwi
iool house Saturday,
o'clock, same being
y in April, for the
nixing: in aooord with
t constitution of the T 1
jresest at opening, j
T. L. DAWK INS,
President. ; ?
I nice pi
' I\STA>?r ACTION PI
? rnces ]
e used it in. Newber>d
at the INSTANT
buckthorn.- hark, gly- j
\'ed in Adler-i-ka. Be- >
BCfrH lower and up- ;
^lNY CASE constipa-! ?
lh of gas. It removes 1hi IV L I i
oul matter that a few V V I .J I ? I .1
VP />r T>PPVf'Ilt ilTineh- ? * ?"I
rt treatment helps I
trouble. Gilder & |
gists. I i
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Check up your owt
*t you really choose
town for fair dealing
s ready to serve, t
ous to adjust any co
You will pnd that si
ness with makers '
vn for their fair de<
excellence of their
se they help us to mainta
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rou cannot pay more than ^
uit is nationally advertised
i to California. You canno
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/hen you see the suit you \
value in the aH wool fabr
ng in the well balanced m<
ts. A guarantee with every
X\E _-t:on seed, p>r bushel, $?.(* Also
odder and lumber, .f. A. Sheaty,
Newberry, R. F. D. phone 500'.?
omimhmmmb-KHMB"? ? > i mmm??mm
gs for sale.
the store that
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ich stores do
who are also 1
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in our reputation
>17 for a Styleplus
at this price from
t pay less because ,
vill see the excepics
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