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| TODAY ]
" IS i
THE DAY
GIGA
r A Golden
I 'Time and Tide
this Campaign by ent
| The First Step toward
(Campaign. Clip, fill ii
Nomination Coupon.
This will place you or
with the Campaign Dep;
will have the advantage
The first step towards
will be awarded, clip, fil
* I coupon good for 500 vo?<
them for you. There
is no limit as to the num
They will help you to s
readei is invited to vote
siThe
last step but by r
v
know you have entered t
\
f tion of securing one of t'
tion will count for votes
and their subscription m
i
an Automobile or one oi
1
yourself.
IIIHII I ? I
? For Father Particulars
Call, Phone or
I | Write
Cooperation.
Laurens Advertiser.
&r. Lee Spoon, wiho lives on the
county line of Laurens and Newberry
and hard by the Liberty Hill grave
yard, had read, somewhere, that Co
operation is the order of the day," and
he thought he would ste if there was
-< ?? +/> g/-w hp sent out word for
tiiixig i,w ?
the neighbors to meet on a certain J
day, and "cooperate" in cleaning off
this old grave yard, which is in plain
view from the point where the old
Ninety 'Six rdad crosses the Newberry
l& and Laurens road. Mr. Spoon also
V hinted to his neighbors to bring their
B families with them, and that meant
|A well filled baskets of good tilings to
Hft The men with some of their hired
help were on the job early, and in a
H* few hours this old grave yard, where
some of our brothers and sisters, tand
I parents and grandparents, are buried,
was nicely cleaned off, and Lee says
~ he can walk out there now at the setting
of the sun, without any misgivings,
as there-are no weeds and brush?
-.1?^ in T\ Viirh "hft had been ac
rt!b IUC1 C Li.yy > ,
customed to see spooks long about
dusk.
IWfhen the work was finished, we all
went'down to that old historic spring
Uof TTQ+iita sn artistically walled
. tiiat OiVVVV.. w
around with granite, and where it is
jfeid soldiers were camped at the close
B the revolutionary war, and on the
1 above, they erected a liberty pole
gnoe the name: Liberty Hill. At the
Ring, where seats had been made, we
nd a great crowd-of young people,
NOW IS
TMtr i
JL a. JLM-i JL
NTIC (
Opportunity
* wait for no man." Fortune
ering your own name or the n
[ entering The Herald and News
1 and mail, send or bring in the
\
your friends in immediate touch
irtment. Those who enter early
of those who start late.
securing votes for which the Prizes
1 in and send in the free voting
2S. Then get your friends to save
iber of these votes you may Fecure.
ecure 6ne of the prizes. Every
for their favorite candidate.
10 means the least, let your friends
:his campaign with the determinahese
prizes, and that ttaeir snbscrip
ay be the cause of your securing
i
: the other Prizes at no expense to
THE
Car
old people, and children, just tnjoying
themselves hugely. And this litAl
. _ M * 1 mA..l J
lie SKeicn 01 a suexai event, wuuiu uc
incomplete if I failed to mention my
two old friends: Cousin Miry Jounson
82 years old and Aunt Rachel Bonds
who is some older, thev were there,
an seemed to enjoy themselvts very
much. After spending several hours in
real social enjoyment, some one
proposed to "set the table," and when
that long table had been fairly loaded
down with all the good things to eat
that could be thought of, we saw a
wagon coming down the hill, and then
several big pots of hash was lifted out,
just such hash as only Tom Riser
and Edgar Johnson know how to
make. It was fine, und the dinner was
fine and was greatly enjoyed by all
present. There is no church building
at this place now. The Lutherans es
nJiUflio/l o tJiprei rnflnv vpstr<5
la a VilUA Vlt V.?v. v ? vvv. V
ago, just how long since. I cannot tell,
i.nd I can look down through the vista
of life more than 70 years. There are j
no Lutherans in this section now. and
\
it is nice in Mr. Lee Spoon to have this
old grave yard cleaned off now and
then. We couldn't do without Lee any
f way.
"One Present.'
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Take Grove's
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as ?
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drivei
out Malaria, Enriched the Blood anc
Builds up the W\ole System. 50 cents.
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THE T1
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to Turn You
plays no favorites in the game
ame of your best friend today'
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who brings, sends or mails the
to the Campaign Department
The first $6 dollars should '
October 7th, and will apply 0
in rvn tViP Onnort.ii nit v of
ov.i-ib "i ^ri j additional
votes. These vote
regular scale.
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Address
HLKAL
nnai^n T
BLAMED THE DEMONS.
Story of the Physical Reformation of
City In Korea.
In Pyengyang. a city in Korea, surrounded
by a river and resembling a
boat in shape, it was believed that If
any one should venture to dig a well
the water would rush in, sinking the
boat and drowning all the city's inhabitants.
Needless to say. no wells were dug.
The streams washed the filth of the
city down into the river. Then the
watermen filled their buckets at the
river and sold "drinking water"
throughout the city.
Constantly recurring epidemics were
the result But the people did not
blame Ihe dirt. They blamed the devils.
It was the duty of every Korean
doctor to know the 300 places where
the human nody could be pierced with
a red hot needle without causing death.
The needles were from three to twelve ,
inches in length, and rhe doctor was
supposed to know how deep they should
be thrift. The purpose of (lie probinjr
was to lot out. the devils which caused
the disease4.
When Christianity came to Korea it j
brought hygiene and medicine along i
with it. A hospital or dispensary was
not known in Korea until founded by
a Christian missionary.
The Japanese government is now
splendidly following suit with the establishment
of hospitals and medical
schools.
Fine waterworks systems have been
installed, and the sort of water that
gushes from the hydrants in Pyengyang
is stated to have reduced the
dpnrh rate hv 70 ner cent.
The old boat city of Pyengyang Is
now underlaid with a network of
sewers.?Willard Price in World Outr
look.
[ME TO
r Spare Moi
of life, she smiles on the prej
? Every ladv who enters w;
)N BLANK
,000 Votes
ND NEWS Subscripnpaign
le first nomination coupon
1 be counted.
fG COUPON
ber 14th, 1916
NEWS Subscription
iaign
500 VOTES
j *
r sena, co campaign
rad News on or before
FUNITY COUPON
i issued to each candidate
j first $6.00 in subscriptions
nf Tiifi TTpralri arid News.
be sent in before Saturday
n the first $12 collection
Fer which secures 200,000
ts are in addition to the
irolina
covering subscriptions
ue a Voting Certificate in
Dtesto which I am entitled.
Candidate j
d & p
)epartin
DISASTERS RUN IN SERIES.
Long Periods of Security Lead to a
Relaxation of Vigilance.
The careful observer long ago noted
that disasters run in series and that
intervals of considerable length frequently
occur betweeen the series.
Thus three or four railway smashes
happen within a few days, to be followed
by several months in which not
a jar is recorded. Or several cities are
within a few days visited by big fires,
after which there usually lapses a long
feriod in which ouly minor fires ar? m
A/1
fpisiutriu
Why this peculiar condition sbooid
exist is puzzling only to those who do
not seek the reason in their own habits
and experiences. The individual
who will keep close watch on himself
will discover that he performs his duties
accurately and well for long pe
riods, followed by short seasons when
blunders are frequent and exasperating.
This is due to a sense of security
created by the long period of accuracy,
leading to a relaxation of vigilance.
The instant tension is relaxed and duty
is pei'iormed automatically rather than
with concentrated intelligence blunders
multiply.
So "when railroad men go long pe rinrlc:
wifhnnf thorp is srtmp
where along the line a relaxation productive
of trouble. Fires break out because
vigilance lets down from a sense
of security.
The lesson Is, of course, almost too
obvious to require statement. Don't
be lulled by long stretches of perfect
work or security into thinking you
never can err, never can be plunged
by a mismove into danger. ? Detroit
Free Press.
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pared and the unprepared. V
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SECOND PR
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T. E. Salter, Newberry, S. C
THIRD PRi;
Diamond Ring, valued at 3
of and exhibited by P. C. Jea
and Optometrists, Newberry,
FOURTH PR
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Valne of Subscriptions and Re
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October 2nd to Oct
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JEWS
tent
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GIFT OF THE GAB.
Why Stephenson Thought There Was
No Power to Equal It.
When George Stephenson, the peri
fector of the locomotive, was visiting
the seat of Sir Robert Peel at Drayton
on one occasion, says the writer of
"Famous British Engineers," there
happened to be present Dr. Buckland,
the scientist, and Sir William Follett.
the famous advocate.
Stephenson discussed with Dr. Buckland
one of his favorite theories as to
the formation of coal and, though un|
doubtedly in the right, was ultimately
i vanquished by the arguments and oraI
tory of the doctor, who was a better
! master of tongue fence tnan nimseir.
J Next morning while pondering over his
defeat in the solitude of the garden he
was accosted by Sir William Follett
and confided to that gentleman the
story of his failure.
| Sir William, acquainted with the de}
tails of the matter in dispute, agreed ;
I ^ on.'A or\^ cr\An Q fttiT*. I
LU Up U1C auu owu
: ward attacked Dr. Buckland on the
! subjec. A Ion? discussion ensued, in
1 which the man of law completely si
Jenced the man of science, who wasi
fit last compelled to own himself van;
quished. Sir Robert Peel, highly
| amused at this example of "tit for
; tat," then turned to the inventor and
inquired, with a laugh:
?< \ ^A ir.1-.nt AT*rm cat? rttl thl<3 TTIflt- I
aIHU Y% litll III/ j vu wwj
i ter, Mr. Stephenson?"
""Why,1* he replied. "I will only say
this?that of all the powers above and
under the earth there seems to me no
| power equal to the gift of the gab."
Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
I Tour druggist will refund money if ?AZC
I OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itcbins
i Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Files iu 6 to 14 days
^ The first appUcatic :ve" Efts'* and liest
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THEY WILL BE
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ouring Car, valued
ixhibitfd by Carory,
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Records valued at
exhibited by 0. &
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>75.00. Purchased
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S. C.
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later. v
?e paid to all failregular
Prizes.
gular Vote Schedule
RST PERIOD
ober 2.1st
5,000 votes
15,000 votes
40,000 votes
:OND PERIOD I
smber 11th
5,000 votes
19 nnn vnfp?
? WW \ V/ WWW
35,000 votes
>ND LAST PERIOD
icember 2nd
2,500 votes
9,000 votes
20.000 votes
I
Phone No, 1
2 Rings
*
TORRICELU'S VACUUM.
experiment That Led to the Invention
of the Barometer.
Tha harnmotor tens invpntpd hv TOI%
| ricelli, a pupil of Galilei, in 1643. In
attempting to pump water from a verydeep
well near Florence he found that
in spite of all his efforts the liquid
would not rise higher in the pump
stock than thirty-two feet
This set the young scientist to thinking.
and as he could not account for the
phenomenon in any other way he was
not slow in attributing it to atmospheric
pressure. He argued that water
would rise in a vacuum only to such :
height as would render the down wart
pressure or weight of the column o
water just equal to the atmospheri<
pressure and, further, that should a
heavier fluid be used the height of the
column could be much reduced.
To prove this he selected a glass tube
four feet long and after sealing one
end filled it with mercury and then in
-i--' :nnntoininff <3 (lllfln.
Vtffteu H 111 U lUlOllI VVIIIIilUUlQ I* VJV.V.!.
titj of the same 'peculiar liquid. The
column in the tube quickly fell to a
height of nearly thirty inches above
the mercury iu the basin, leaving in
the top of the tube a vacuum which is
the most perfect that has ever been
obtained and which is to this day cailofl
the Torricelli vacuum in honor
its discoverer.
The name of the instrument means
"weight or pressure measure," and ita
fundamental principles cannot be better
illustrated than by the above described
experiment.
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