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More Left Overs.
The following paragraphs are
among some of the items left over
Srom last issue:
Ben and Joe Tribble, colored, were
arrested by Deputies Taylor and Melfr>r>
Viointr A ninlr ?> n H H i ct 11 nhi n f
V" vn. wua.
religious worship Sunday at St. Mary's
ofeurch, about five miles southwest 01
Ike city. They will be tried before
Magistrate L. M. Player Monday next.
Malcolm Lassane, the faithful fire
wagon driver, is out agjiin from a
j*>ell of illness. It is file first time lie
kas been absent from bis post of duty
fci fcwelve year? of service he has
raiwiered the company. This is a flue
record. The boys are glad to see him
Qbarley Beaciham, a well know*
dored barber who formerly worked
in Newberry, hi&d the misfortune to
loae his wlfe? whose remains werei
Wnni^ht from fiolnmbia and burie-I I
fcere yesterday afternoon.
There has been more recent shak-j
taig up of clerks in Newberry, andj
business is reviving. Messrs. Ferdi
Sourry and Maloy McCollough have|
gone to the store of N. P. Mitchell and j
Brother in Main street, and 'Strother
Paysinger to G. L. Robinson's. These j
young men have the make-up about i
them to draw trade.
Henry H. Rikard, Jr., has returned'
to the university of South Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. West have return- i
ed from Black Mountain, N. C.
Jno. M.Kinard, Jr., left Monday for
the university of South Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Johnstone, Jr.,
returned yesterday to their home in
Columbia after a very pleasant visit
to relatives in Newberry.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hunt of Newberry
motored down to spend the da7
with Dr. and Mrs. Mcintosh Friday.
They returned to their home in the
Mr. Hiliary Sligh is visiting relatives
and friends in the city and'county.
Forty-seven years ago Mr. Sligh
left Newberry for Pickens, afterwards
moving to Georgia, in which state he
bas ever since resided. Sixteen years
ago he visited his old home here. He
ia 8ft vparc old His manv friends are
delighted to see him so well and active
in his ripe age, and hope he may
be spared many more years to revisit
-fee scenes of his early life.
Miss Abbie Gaillard, who was the
attractive guest of iher cousin, Miss
Pauline Hunter^ in Pendleton, returned
to her home last week.
Mr. W>. E. Wilds has returned to
liis post at the (Western Union Tele-,
graph office 'here, after a vacation of
two weeks at his former home in
Longtown, naar RWgeway. He is now
readv for the fall rush in his usual
ooommodating way. During his absence
the duties of the office were acceptably
performed by Miss Skinnell,
who left yesterday for Gaffney.
Mrs. J. J. Kilgore and three children
of 'Newberry and Mrs. W. B.
Nichols and childrefl of Hodges were
with Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Ttalbert of
fiandover last week.?'Lethe Cor
Miss Ella Mae Williamson left last
Thursday for Newberry, where she
"will make her home in the future.?
Donalds iCor Abbeville Medium. I
Joe Norwod has 'been elected president
of his class (Freshman) at
Miss Grace Summer has gone to
Chioora college, Columbia.
Mrs. S. G. Lafar and three chil<fc-en
of Charleston are visiting her
sister, Mrs. C. M. West.
Miss Nellie Adams and her guest,
Miss Norine Murdoch of Charleston,
accompanied by Mr. Paul Adams, attended
the diaaice at Clinton Thursday j
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Sligh and j
Master Francis Sligh went to Green-,
wood Sunday to be the guests of Mrs. j
Sligh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tabor J
Mr. Kenneth Kreps of Pomaria j
spent the week-end. in the city and ;
attended the opening of Newberry col- !
Miss Blanche Smith of Chappells is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. D.
Mrs. W. K. Sligh (and daughters,
' ' v.o Vi Ti-ill lAfiVe
Xisses Jiame <niu ow an - .
Wednesday for Jacksonville^ Fla., af-j
ter spending the summer in Saluda, X.
C.. and Newberry.
Miss Estelle Caldwell of Ballentine
spent the week end in Newberry with \
her parents, Mr. ?nd Mrs. J. A.
Mrs. TV. M. Griffin left Monday forj
Jacksonville, Fla. j
Mr. T. Newton Boland returned to i
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the university of South Carolina Saturday
after attending the opening of
Br. Huiett Caldwell of Columbia is
the guest of his parents, Mr. (and Mrs.
J. A. Caldwell.
Mr. H. E. Mayer of Johnston spent
several days of last week; in the city.
Mr. P. C. Jeans spent the week-end
in Augusta, Ga.
Mr. Aumerle Schumpert of Columbia
spent Sunday with his mother,1
Mrs. 0. L. Sdiumpert, in Main street
Mr. W. S. Curry returned to Jenkinsville
Saturday after spending several
days with his daughter, Mrs. John
j Respectfully and sympathetically
j dedicated to the unfortunaie candidates
in the primaries of 1916, by on *
Well bo>8, we did the best w? could
To get ourselves a place
\ Among the office holding kids I
We sure did make a race
With, might and main and auto-gas
We hustled through the land
And our best to land ta- job
On every speaking stand
We spent the last confounded cent
That we could get or find
On smokes and hash and ice cold
| And then come out behind
| That's bad enough 'tis true
But listen to my cnin
The chaps that get the jobs, cftimosj
Get sick of being in
Few mishaps come throughout the J
| On man or cow or horse
I But what the county officers
Just have to "come across"'
Wily SilOUia a Ciodor suun ins |
! Or lawyers, clients drop
i Or any one his self-esteem - j
I Exchange for such thin slop
Why should the brain, the heart or!
That animates your life
Be clogged and stifled paralyzed
In such defiling strife
Friend Wyatt Aiken's friends, the1
Were sere from rim to hub
They used some Cole Blease ointmenr
j And they healed it with one rub
And Blease's friends got them some1
Somewhat Aikin to lard
Tc keep fr -m dying hard
So both sides called their doctors ij:
To have their ills explained
And soon they both "were out" aglain
'With what sense they had gained.
Then both sides took a sickly grin
At us, wihen we passed by
And went to guessing 'bout how well
They fooled us on the sly
Eut hold your heads, aloft my boys
Eyes front and steady gaze
And help to keep the land- we Ioy#
From such polluted ways.
Surveyor and Civil Engineer.
MANY IS DEWBERRY
TRY SIMPLE MIXTURE
Many Newberry people are surprised
at the QUIOK action of simple
| buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as j
| mixed in Adler-i-ka. This simple j
I'rpmeriv acts rvn BOTH upper and low-j
i er bowel, removing such surprising
foul matter that ONE SPOONFUL relieves
almost ANY CASE constipation,
sour stomach "or .gas. A few!
I doses often relieve or prevent appen- j
dlcitis. A short treatment helps i
chronic stomach trouble. The IN-1
STAOT, easy action of lAdler-i-ka is j
astonishing. Gilder & Weeks Co.,
While Balaam iSims and Will McMorries
were coming from Stomp
Springs Friday morning* in the latter's
car they had an accident. Sims Is an
experienced driver, but McMorries is a
new hand at the wheel and was
practicing. He lost control and the
" 1 - -L i riTUrv .fall
jp'oru wcm 11110 m uiuju. iac v?a
over bottom up as neatly tas if put
there on purpose. Both occupant?
were hurt, although not seriously. It
was a very narrow escape. McMorries
was the more painfullv injured, as he I
was pinned beneath the oir and would j
probably have been killed but for the!
<v^t +T-,r>+ Via tr-oc tVirnivn fn t'llp Pnd Of I
,Jau lllaL w I
the ditch. Sims was hurled across the i
ditch. The windshield was broken1
and one end oi' the car torn off and j
seme other slight damage done.
Shipping Carp by the Carload.
"We are prone to jeer ut the Ger-1
man carp as the Ben Davis of all the J
fishes," says Farm and Fireside, the j
national farm paper published 1n I
Springfield, Ohio. "But the carp trade i
is so enormous that the big express
companies now send them from the interior
lakes and rivers to the great
cities by the carload in tank cars fill- !
ed with aerated water in which the;
llsh make their first visit to the great
city alive. The Jews of the factory districts
are the greatest buyers of carp,
and know how to make delicious
dishes (X them."
On lasi Thursday just before the j
sun brightened the earthy the death |
angel came to the home of Mr. R. M. I
Pcwell and carried his wife "Pearl" to j
the heavenly home.
Mrs. Powell was a good neighbor, i
an affectionate wife and u loving J
moiner. &ne iea.ves tu iuuui u uu, ?
husband, two daughters and one son,
also one grandchild, noe brother and
three sisters, besides a host of friends.
She had just pased her 43d year.
Through all pain at times sihe'd smile, i
A smile of Heavenly birth,
And when the angels called her home,
She smiled farewell to eartb.
Heaven now retaineth our treasure,:
Earth the lonely casket keeps,
And the sunbeams love to linger;
Where our darling mother sleeps.
Dearest mother,thou hast left us,
And our loss we deeply feel.
But 'tis God that has 'bereft us,
He can till our sorrows heal5
Yet again we hope to meet thee,
When the day of life is fled,
When in Heaven in joy to greet thee,
Where no farewell tear is shed.
Call not back the dear departed, j
Anchored safe where storms are o'er,;
On the border land we left her,
'Soon to meet and part no more.
When we len.ve this world of changes,
When we leave this world of care.
>".V<2 shall find our missing loved one .
In our Father's mansion fair.
Thv gentle voice now is hushed,
Thy warm true heart is still,
And --n thy young and innocent brow '
Is resting death's ccld chill, !
Thy hands are clasped upon thy breast j
We have kissed thy lovely brow.
And in our aching hearts we know,
We have no darling now.
Farewell, dear mother, sweet thy res*
Weary with years and worn with
Farewellf till in some happy place
We shall behold thy face again.
'Tis ours to miss thee, all our years, I
And tender memories of thee keep, |
Tliine in the Lord to rest, for so,
He giveth his beloveth sleep.
Farewell dear; but not forever, j
rrn ?.iii si orlryrinnc Hawn
i'xiert; wm uc <x , (
We shall meet to part?no never!
On the resurrection morn.
Tho' thy darling form lies sleeping,
In the old and silent tonib.
Thou shalt hi^ve a glorious waking
When the Blessed Lord doth come.
By a friend.
A. C. W.
Sept. 25, 1916.
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t'AKli UJP inAiino.
Dear Editor: \
iW511 you give us space in your
taper to tru ink the goodi people 01 i
Newberry for their many deeds ot
lcving kindness shown to us through
the long illness and death of our dear
lc ving mother and wife. Especially
do we wish to thank the Bachelor
Maids through Miss Sarah Houseal
for their substantial help from them.
May God's richest 'blessings be for
i 11 who have helped to make her last
day as happy as possible.
R. M. Powell and family.
Sept. 25, 1916.
Fails for Corns!
There's Nothing on Earth Like It
For Corns and Calluses,
"Whenever you gret corns and calluses,
don't experiment ? just uso
rm? nAiklni* nlco
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iest and simplest thing I know to use
?just a few drops on in a few secWear
Shoes ^^Srxv "Gets-It*
That Fit /fl Tonight
ends??'GETS-^' do^the rest." The
^jn f a v?nr*riia nn vnnr t.o?S in.
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harnesses and bandages, use salves
that make toes raw, cotton rings that
makeyour corns pop-eyed, knives and
"diggers" that tear your heart out
and leave the corn in. No wonder they
make you iimp and wince. Forget all
these?use "GETS-IT," the simplest
corn remedy in the world, easiest to
use, never fails or sticks, painless. Your
l/woa^o + Vinn vnn lift it off. Von
W/1JLA IWdCUOf Hiv,** vv. -
can wear smaller shoes.
"GETS-IT" is sold and recommended
by druggists everywhere, 25c a
bottle, or sent on receipt of price, by
B.JLawrence & Co., Chicago, 111.
aoia in iNewociiy ana recommended
as theworld's best corn remedy by
Gilder and Weeks, W. G. Mayes and P.
AFTER SIX YEARS
Woman Made Well byLydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Columbus, Ohio.?"I had almost given
up. I had been sick for six years with
?uninnminiTTTn?female troubles and
nervousness. I had
eat anything without
I stomach. I could
I not drink cold water
I at nor eat any
I f kind of raw fruit,
' nor fresh meat nor
' 5 \r mS HI chicken._ From 178
1?? 1 pounds 1 went to j
118 and would get so weak at times that
I fell over. I began to take Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and
ten days later I could eat and it did not;
hurt my stomach. I have taken the j
medicine ever since and I feel like a j
new woman. I now weigh 127 pounds I
so you can see what it has done for me !
already. My husband says he knows 1
your medicine has saved my life."?
"mvo t q Padt/iw 1R9A Smith 4th St., I
AUi Ot u ? r j ?. w?> ? -w ? ? ? ? - w
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- j
pound contains just the virtues of roots ,
and herbs needed to restore health and '
strength to the weakened organs of the j
body. That is why Mrs. Barlow, a
chronic invalid, recovered so completely.
It pays for women suffering from any
female ailments to insist upon having
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-!
pound. _ |
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The Newberry County W. C. T. U.!
held its annual convention in Xew-1
berry Sunday afternoon and night at
the Lutheran church. There was a
1; rge attendance at all of the sessions.
The Union for the past two years
has ben under the efficient presidency
of Mrs. I. P. Cannon. At her
suggestion there will be two depart
ments specialized during the next
year, the Flower Mission and the
Mrs. E E. Williamson was elected
superintendent of the Flower Mission
land Mrs. JVM. G. Houseal of the
Reports from the different Unions
in the county were encouraging.
Should any community desire the organization
of a W. C. T. U., write orj
phone the county president and she i
will send you an organizer.
T*Vi n TP \TrS_ I P.
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Cannon, Pres., Mrs. J. M. Workman,
Yice-Pres., Mrs. J. D. Quattlebaum,
Sec'y and Treas., Mrs. Henry Parr,
Utopia gave an invitation for' the
next annual convention.
The afternoon program was given
by the young people. Rev. Mr. Fulenwider
conducted the devotional worship.
The president gave a short tails
aiter which Miss Ruth Hunter of
Prosperity gave a reading "A Father's
Story." James 0. Kinard of Newberry
presented a strong argument
against Alcohol, the Demon. Clyde
Wfird of Prosperity spoke on America's
moral obligation. Miss Caroline
Caldwell favored the convention
with a vocal solo. Mrs. J. W. White
presented the general work of the WW.
C. T. U.
At the evening session the Rev. Mr.
Kerr conducted the devotinal exercises.
The choir rendered several special
Dr. G. B. Cromer gave a very forceful
address on Prohibition, a few excerpts
of which are:
The Supreme Court says that liquor
in its nature is dangerous to the
peace, health, good order and welfare
of society and is not to be placed in
tiie same ciass as wm, u<mcj,
Money spent for liquors in our country
annually will "build six Panama
Canals, or one hundred battleships at
twenty million dollars each.
We spend three times as much for
liquors annually thc.11 we do for eduSIXTEEX
Money spent for liquor annually is
five times our aven. ge cotton crop.
The two reasons v.liy so much
money is spent are : 1?There a "5
men who love it. 2?There are men
who get profit ont of it.
Twenty-five per cent of the poverty,
37 per cent of the paupers, 50 to 75
nor r?PTit of the crime in the country is
caused by alcohol.
Alcohol is the factor in the death
ol one out of every thirteen adults,
one out of every seven and a half men.
There are ten times more deaths
-vT^rtlinl thnn from small POX.
i viu ?.i iwi.wi v.
Henry Grady wrote young Clark
Howell when he (Howell) reached
manhood, "Never drink I love liquor
and the fellowship involved; but I
^nd beinf? a teetotler the pleasantest,
oasiest and sa^n plan."
NEWS OF UNION ACADEMY.
Prosperity, Sept. 2U.?It seems like
we are to have an early fall from the j
coolness of the present weather. An
e.irly frost would help to reduce the
already greatly reduced cotton crop.
Present prices for cotton and seed
vill help balance up this shortage
though and we suppose ii tnese
prices continue there will be as much
profit in this short crop as if it was
an extra large one. Look back two
years and this gives us an idea. When
one bale brings as much las two Why
raise two. This should teach us Important
lesson on raising our supplies
at home first then cotton as near a
surplus cros as possible. We may try
this plan and fail but we are sure to
foil i-f n*?> '+ t nv
XCfcll AO. " C UVU W C* J .
"Cradle roll" exercises will be held
a* Bachman Chapel on next Sunday
afternoon beginning at 3 o'clock in
place of Sunday school. An interesting
programme has been arranged
>/;nd at the conclusion of these exercises
the regular sermon will be
preached by Rev. Mr. J. B. Harmon
who lias been supply pastor of this
church for some time and is very much
liked by those who hear him. Rev.
Mr. Harmon is an able minister ana
a fine singer which goes to help out
the services so much. The public is
cordially invited to attend.
Rev. Mr. S. P. Koon has nccepted
a call to this pastorate and. will begin
probably about the first of December.
Rev. Mr. Koon is also an able
minister and is welcomed to this new
field of work.
Rev. L. P. Boland will fill liis regular
appointment Lit Colony next Sunmnrnin?
VAC4.J iilV/i iH**0
| Rev. Mr. Boland and family have
been on a visit to relatives in North
Carolina having been granted a vuca|
tion by his churches.
| Mr. M. M. Long is very pcorly. His
| health has been bad for years but for
i two or three weeks has ben worse
! than common.
Mrs. Jno. D. H. Kinard who has
been critically ill for some time
; doesn't seem to improve.
i Colds lare general through this
Miss Susie Maud Wilson of near
Newberry spent last Saturday night
1 and Sunday with Miss Thelma IWUlson.
| Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kinard of near
i Prosperity spent last Sunday at the
| home of Mr. irfnd Mrs. T. J. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Franklin spent
| last Sunday f,t the home cf Mr. and
Mrs. B. S. Franklin near Bitesburg,
going over in his new Maxwell tourI
ing car which he recently purchased.
Mr. and Mrs. Murrv iWtetkins of near
B^tesburg returned home with them
and spent Monday and Tuesday.
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The House of a
[ been elected to teach Union school -kg
| next session.
Mr. Jas. T. McCuliough returned (&
liome last Aionaay aner speuains
about three weeks in Columbia for
treatment. His condition is improves ?
and with a continuance of the same M
treatment it is hoped he will soon be
Gail stones, Cancer and Ulcers oi the
Stomacn and Intestines, Auto-lntoxi-^B
cation, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis?
and other fatal ailments result fronJH
Stomaih Trouble. Thousands of Stom?
ach Sufferers owe tlieir complete re?
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! Trials of a Movie Director In Taking ?
".Mr. Carney (the movie director) ?
I u'ni. in/1 aaA on/1 nn. mictallfOQ "
I T? CIO IXIUC'^U uuo; uau uv uiiWbMMvgj
says Farm and Fireside. "The heroine'3 V
tyrannical father was acting more V
like a Bowery hoodlum than a man
! born and bred in the country; her V
mother had attempted to milk a cow
I on the cow's left side, with disas- ^
|tious results; and the brother of this
i contry maiden who wanted to run ,
I away had unluckily examined the in'
terior of a beehive, mistaking it for
1 n nisreon house. And it was Mr. Car- ,
| ney's business to keep all of thes^
people properly adjusted."
Wliat Pasteurization Is.
"Pasteurization," says FlArai an<I
Fireside, "as applied to milk is the
i process of heating it to various tem!
peratures for certain lengths of time
' and then cooling quickly. Best results
ere obtained by heating to 145 degrees 1
F. and holding for thirty minutes.'*
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i Heals Sunburn, too. Just put a little on
i your face and rub it off again before dry
i Simple and sure to please. Try a bottle
! to-day and begin the improvement at
j once. White, Pink and Rose-Red Colors.
' 75 cents at Druggists or by mail direcft.
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