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United Places strisu/er& /lute
Bar Its Harbors to Subm
Responsible for Any 1
t fisington, Oct. iu.? ine texi 01
the American memorandum replying
to that of the allied governments regarding
treatment of belligerent submarines
in the neutral ports is as follows:
"The governmeijt of the 'United
States has received the identical memoraundum
of the government of
France, Great Britain, Russia and
Japan in which neutral governments
are exhorted to 'take effisasious measures
tending to prevent belligerent
submarines, regardless of their use, to
avail themselves of neutral waters
, roadsteads and harbors.' These governments
point out the facility possessed
by such craft to avoid supervision
or surveillance or determination
ol their national character and their
power 'to do injury that is inherent!
in their very nature' as wen as tne
'additional facilities' afforded -by buying
at their disposal places where they
can rest and replenish their supplies.
"Apparently on these grounds the
allied governments hold that 'submarine
vessels must be excluded from
the benefit of the rules heretofore accepted
under international law re
garding the aamission ana sojuum 01
war and merchant vessels in neutral
waters, roadsteads or harbors; air
fubmaripe cf a belligerent that once
enters a neutral harbor must be held
there' and therefore, the allied governments
'warn neutral powers of the
great danger to neutral submarines attending
the navigation of miters visited
by the submarines of belligerents.'
"In reply the government of the
United States must express its surprise
that there appears to be an en
deavor of the allied powers to deter mine
the rule of action governing
what they regard as a "novel situation'
in respect to the use of submarines in
time of war and to. enforce acceptance
of that rule, at least in part, by warn- <
1^ A ??*&. W \ su.re sign M I
A# 1 g| of anmactive >
UM fig# n liver,bilious- || J
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pation, and M j
similar disorders. Eemove the
cause in its early stages, do j
not allow the organs to get in M !
chronic state. A few doses of I
BR. THACHER'S Bj
i LIVER AND BLUUU N
S SYRUP S)
I will restore the affected organs H
I to a healthy condition. 1/
^ It is a gentle laxative, pure- \l
kA lv vegetable, tonic in effect. kl
[ Search far and near and you II
I will not find a preparation to II
I equal this tried and true old IB
^ home tome. ^
tGet a bottle today-put up ^ I
in convenient sizes, 50c and $1.
m ? ^ % I
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ige Rules !
Rules of Ports
s' Proposal With Refusal to
arines--- Will Mold I hem
damage to Its U-Boats
ing neutral powers of the gre.it dan-'
ger to their submarines in waters that
may be visited by belligerent subI
"In the opinion of the government
of the United States the allied powers j
have net set farth any circumstances
j nor is the government of the United
j States at present aware of any circum- j
! stances concerning the use of war or ,
render the existing rule of interna-- j
j tional law inapplicable to them,
i "In view of this fact and of the
! licticc and warning of the -nHied pow'
J + mAmAronHo :
ers ailliuumreu in wen iiicuiviuuuM I
under acknowledgement, it is incum- j
bent upon the government of the]
United States to notify the govern- j
ment of France, Great Britain, Russia i
and Japan that, so for as the treat- j
ment of either war or merchant submarines
in American waters is conj
cerned, the government of the United j
States reserves its liberty of action in i
11 raenp/>ts anH will treat such ves-!
els as in its opinion, becomes the j
i cticn of a power which may he said
to have taken the first steps toward J
establishing the principals of neutral- j1
ity and which for over a century has.
maintained those principles in the,
traditional spirit and with the high !
sense of impartiality in wmcn tney;?
were conceived. I "In
order, however, .that there
should be no misunderstanding as to
the attitude of the United States, the 1
government of the United States an- 1
i.cunces to the allied powers that it,
holds it to be the duty of 'belligerent 1
powers to distinguish between sub- i
marines of neutral and belligerent nationality
and that responsibility for 1
any conflict that may arise between
belligerent warships and neutral sab- ?
marines on account of the neglect of- *
a belligerent to so distinguish between
these classes of submarines must rest (
entirely upon the negligent power." ^
GET INSTANT ACTION "
Those who have used it in Newber- !
ry are astonished at the INSTANT
action of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine,
etc, as mixed in Adler-i-ka. Because
it acts on BOTTH lower and upper
bowel, ONE SPOONFUL Adler-i-ka '
relieves almost ANY CA'SE constipation,
sour stomach of gas. It removes
such surprising foul matter that a few |
doses often relieve or prevent appen- j
dicitis. iA short treatment helps j
- * jp, |
j elironic stomacn crouuie. uuuw **.
I Weeks Co., Druggists.
Whenever Yoa Need a General Tools
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
I chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
j General Tonic because it contains the
I 11 MntV n?ftrv?rfiV?of OUININB
; VYCLL ^aVTTu fcWA*4v ^4 ^
I and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
j out Ma^ria, Enriches the Blood and
i ttnilds up the W7 .ole System. 50 cents.
invigorating* to tne Pale ana SlcfcVy
The Old Standard general strengtheiing tonic
GROVE'S TASTELESS cUill T< >NIC, dnves out
i Mal-vria.euriche ?t leblood.anc builds apir.esys'em
A 'rue toe <" Kor K'drh Idreo. 5>)c
II has put a real meaning into tt
by requiring every Maxwell dealer t<
y of Maxwell parts ? so that he car
ged or worn part at once, without wa
? shipped from the factory.
re a Maxwell owner your car will al
g order because our dealer ? any ]
i J * i _ ^
n give you real ana lmmeuiaie servit
le wouldn't be a Maxwell dealer.
e than one or two automobile builder
can <?ive you service that compare
s a vital point. Investigate it fully b<
buying your car.
adster $580: Touring Car S595; Cabriolet $865: Towt
Mr $915; Sedan $985. Fuliy equipped, including
electric starter and lights. All prices f. o. b. Detroit.
CAROLINA AUTO Co..Newberry,
^ Deferred Payments
THE NEWS OF PROSPERITY
Getting Ready for Electric Light Plant
?Lyceum Course to I>egrln?? ni.
Lester Chapter Elects Oihcers.
Prosperity, Oct. 9.?Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. T lylor of Batesburg spent Friday;
AT,. A n. iWfcco
Willi ?vil . V_J V
Mrs. J. B. Simpson spent Thursday
Mrs. Alice Ellis has returned from
a visit to relatives in and around
Mrs. J. Sidney Wheeler spent the
week-end in Columbia.
Mne. Lida Derrick and daughter of i
Winnsboro are the guests of Mrs. .Tac- j
" - ' T ^ A? PlnmpAn PA'- !
fro I. J. JlJ* CTUIlLCi V JL V/ILUIOUU \^\J J. .j
lege spent the week-end here, return-!
ing Sunday with his wife and child-'
ren who hud been spending the sum-:
mcr with Mrs. Hunter's parents. Mr. j
and Mrs. L. 3. Bowers.
Miss Bess Bowers spent Friday in
Miss Mamie Simpson leaves Thursday
for her school in Dillon.
Mrs. W. C. Adams of Greenville .is J
visiting her mother, Mrs. Godfrey Har- j
Mrs. Joe Sitz has returned to her
Ihome in Birmingham' after an ex-;
tended visit to her mother, Mrs. H.
Miss Annie Moseley of Batesburg
is the guest of Miss Marie Schumpert. j
Mrs. Mark Simpson of Charlotte is I
spending a while with her parents, |
Prof, and Mrs. J. S. Wheeler.
Mr. Pierce Scott has accepted a. position
with the Southern Express Co.
it Clinton, S. C.
Mr. Furman Dominick is home from
Mrs. Joe Ruff and children have re
:urned to their home near Greenville !
ifter a visit to Mrs. Dan Ham.
Mrs. P. C. Singley and little daugh:er
are visiting Mrs. J. A. Hunt in j
Mrs. E. P. Taylor is visitng her.
son in Batesburg.
Mr. Ira Nats of Columbia spent
several days last week at the home
his father, Mr. A. A. Nates.
Messrs. A. Hart Kohn and Williams
Columbia spent Sunday with Mr. A.
Miss Annie Wheeler of Columbia is
spending a few- days with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T L. Wheeler.
Mi*. and Mrs. A. Nr Crosson havev
gone to Greenville. Mr. Crosson hasJ
been summoned as a juror in the Fed-*
Mr. L C. Shealy of Saluda county
has accepted the posititn as
clerk in the postoffice.
Messrs. Pat Mitchell ond Kester
Hair and Dr. J. J. Dominick motored
over to Batesburg last Sunday.
Miss Maggie Suber of Newberry is
the guest of Mrs. Pat Mitchell.
A number of Prosperit 's citizens
will motor over to Saluda Tuesday
evening to see Saluda's new electric
plant, in view of-erecting one in Prosperity.
The first number of the Lyceum attractions
will 'be in the Town Hall
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Swvgert of
Leesville. spent Sunday in town.
Miss Ellie Cousins of Newberry
spent the week-end with Mrs. Frank
Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson of Geor-j
> carry a i
Maxwell J 3 i
gia are visiting Mrs. Elvira Kibler. j
The William Lester chapter U !).
C. held its October meeting on Tues;
day afternoon with Miss Clara Brown
as hostess. This being tne time for
the election of new officers the following
j President?Mrs. F. E. Schumpert.
v ice president?Mrs. C. T. Wyche.
2nd. Vice-ipresident?Miss Ethel
Recording Secretary?Miss Annie
Cor. Secretary?Mrs. J. P. Wheeler.
Treasurer?Mrs. J. I. Bedenbaugh.
Historian?!Miss Edna Fellers.
Registrar?Miss Clara Brown.
Mrs. Alma Nance and Miss Edna
Fellers were elected delegates to the
State convention which will convene
in November at Union. ,
Mrs. J. Sidney Wheeler, Misses Marie
Schumpert and Willie Mae Wise are
delegates to the General convention
which meets in Dallas, Texas. At
the conclusion of business the hostess
served ii delicious ice course.
The Home Demonstration club and j
School Improvement association of
Prosperity will meet Mond.iy October j
16, at 3 o'clock at the school house, j
Mr. Charlie M. Mathis and Miss,
Mabel Asbill of Newberry were quietly '
married Sunday afternoon at the
bride's home. Mr. Muthis is the son'
\f ?r and \Tr? S \T Mathis and. is
a progressive young farmer of Proa-i
perity and we are glad to receive Mrs. j
Mathis as a resident of our town.
SO IDEA OF BOLT,
fiAV? HT.FAMF MAN
Laughs At Rumors That Such Procedure
is Contemplated in
News and Courier.
Columbia, Oct 5.?"All this talk of
a :bolt is popy-cock" said a promi- |
nent Blease leader this morning in j
one of ttie numerous discussions of|
I>olitics coupled with a post-mortem j
over the recent primaries, "it nas
never been seriously considered,'' continued
this leader, who laughed at all
such talk. He said that he had heard
none of their side talking about a bolt
and that they had noVther idea but
to vote for the Democratic nominees,
State and national.
(Very few, if any, people believe
there will be any bolt frm the Democratic
party, but no chances are 'be-)
x- I I
ing taken and tnose Democrats W IIU j
have not been registered are availing !
themselves of the opportunity to get
qualified for whatever might happen.
These don't propose to be caught napping.
Number Registered J
Just how many registered Democrats
there are in the State is uncertain,
but one man estimated this morning
that the Democratic ticket could
rail p 120,000 to 130,000 votes in a
general election if necessary. Lack
of opposition in recent years has
caused the average voter not to take
any interest in the general election,
for it is purely a nitification matter.
However, the interest in the situation
?* J fiorht "wihir.li
this year coupieu w i LXl tilt 11QUI,
is being made on President Wilson.
I will probably result in a larger vote
j t-ban usual in the election in Novem:
ber, even if there is no bolt.
I Thore are four electoral tickets in
the field in South Carolina, the Democratic,
Republican, Progressive and
Socialist. The Democrats are certain
^ the State by an overwhelming majority,
but* it is known that both the
Republicans and the Progressives are
planning for a full vote in November
* * - 1 nro.
and the Democratic ieaucio*aiC .
ing their followers to register and |
turn out and vote.
FIglit On Wilson.
Democrats who hive 'been in the
North in the last few days report that
a terrific fight is being made on Pres- J
ident Wilson and that the cry that;
the South is dominating the national
government is being made much of in j
Republican strongholds. They want
i- Qtato and the other,1
I tflC p0OplG Ui Lino i
Democratic States of the South to roll
up a tremendous vote at the polls on
the first Tuesday in November to re-'
bu-ke the ones who are raising this !
sectional fight and to show the con-1
fidence of the South in the great Dem- j
ocratic leader, who now occupies the!
Presidential chair. i
All Urpcd to Register.
The sentiment for Democracy in1
South Carolina is militant today, prob- j
bly more so thnn has been in recent
years, because of recent developments j
and the keen interest which the whole '
' ' + v>~ notinnnl fisrht. i
State is taKing m mc uui.v..?. ?w
Leaders of the party in the State are :
hoping for a big vtte in November j
and for this reason they urge all who
not already done so to provide j
themselves with registration certifi- I
cates immediately. The registration j
books are open at all county seats
and will remain open until Saturday
night of this week. j
W. F. Caldwell.
I ' /
Many people faii to r
habit of coffee drinking ir
dicap ability and hinder p
It is a scientific fact tha
ful drug, caffeine, which \
lar use, causes nerwusnes
ter, or other annoying ills
The wise move is to qu
Made of wheat and abi
this famous pure food-dr
flavor much like mild Jav
drug nor other harmful el
Postum comes in two f(
turn Cereal must be boilec
uble form, i* made in the
?the same delicious drin'
A look to'health now sn
path of the future.
"There's a Reasos
Sold by grocer
BWorn Old? (j
No doubt you are, if
you suffer from any of the
numerous ailments to
which an womenare sub- II
ject. Headache, backache,
sideache, nervous- jsLj
ness, weak, tired feeling,
are some of the symptoms,
and you must rid ffg
yourself of them in order
faal ??n11 TtimiconHc H I
tu ICU WUi? A iivuoanuu
of women, who have
been benefited by this
remedy, urge you to ? II
11 TAKE ill
?!, The Woman's Tonic 81
Mrs. Sylvania Wood?, I
of Clifton Mills, Ky., says:
"Before taking C a r d u i f
I was, at times, so weak I
could hardly walk, and JU
the pain in my back and
head nearly killed me. fw
After taking three bottles *Jm j
of Cardui, the pains disW/"k\X7
1 fppl J}5
iivu A .
well as I ever did. Every
suffering woman should I
tryCardui." Get a bottle II
TEACHER WANTED?Teacher for
McCrary school. 'Salary, $45 a
mnnth Term..5 or 6 months. Apply j
to .Tno. Oxner, Newberry, R. F. D.
No. 2 or T. TV. Folk, Newberry, S.
C\, R. F. D. No. 2. \
THE HERALD AND NEWS ONE 1
YEAR FOR ONLY $1.50.
'' L > >. *
eaiize that the common
iay sooner or later, hanrogress.
,t coffee contains a harm- * J
vith many, through regujs,
headache, heart flat
tit coffee and use
t of wholesome molasses,
ink has a rich, snappy
a coffee, yet contains no
)rms. The original Pos" L
1; Instant Postum, a soltup
with' boiling water
nooths and brightens the
M C ^/NOT?T 111 >
i ' torruoiUM
AT TTT1? 4I?f! AT11?
Vivian Martin, formerly starring in
such World film features as "The
Wishing Ring," "Little Mademoiselle,"
and "The Arrival of Perpetuu" will
make 'her Paramount Debut at the
Arcade Friday in "The Stronger Love"
a Morosco-Pallas picture in five acts.
The Arcade, the popular Paramount
theitre, hes recently put in improvements
which add greatly to the com- t
fort of their patrons. J3oth macnines
have 'been equipped with motor drives,
which insures a steady picture at a
regular speed. The Arcade also uses
a mirroroide screen, the only screen
of its kind in the city. This type
of screen does away with eye strain
and yet produces <a clear, brilliant
<S> A WOMAN'S
$> GREATEST ENEMY <S> f >
Is dirt. Borax removes dirt. It
kills germs. It js woman's natural
ally for cleanliness.
Sprinkle borax freely under sinks,
drains, or wherever there is danger
of germs. -The o-est washing com
1 * ??3 ~ ~c nart hnrav and
nu is xiictut: ui jjui j,
three parts soap. It makes your
clothes cleaner?with less trouble?
and less expense.
All grocers sell the famous "20
Mule Team Borax" and "20 Mule
Team Borax Soap Chips."
A 25c package of chips will do more
'leaning than 50c worth of bar soa1"*
or washing powders.
DIXIE STAMP & STATIONERY 1
COMPANY, Columbia, <5. u. umci
and bank supplies. Manufacturers I
of rubber stamps, seals, etc., qual- I
ity and service. Prompt attention
to mail orders
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