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WILL COVER STATE
JftB#r?>v C. Moore Tells LeConte Society
That Preparation Campaign
Should Begin at Once.
Tfcat the boll weevil will eventually
?c>?r the entiiy State of South Caro3i?a,
was the opinion expressed last
sight by A. C. Moore, member of the
^University of South Carolina faculty,
in an- illuminating address to the
nmeaab-. rs of the LeConte Scientific society.
Prof. Moore is a member of
the boll weevil commission, recently
returned from a trip through the invested
State of the South. He said
Ibat the weevil would prove a serious
factor in the agricultural and ecoTBomic
life of the State and that a great
<tampaign of preparation should begin
at once. An account 01 tne nnomgs
<of the commission was given by Prof.
Prof. Moore said that the weevil
'was not like an army, but that he
"would continue as a permanent factor
in the agriculture of the State.
He advised that the farmers of the
State heed the advice of the federal
demonstration agents in combating
Death of An Infant.
The two-weeks-old baby of Mr. and
.Mrs. L. M. Graham died early Sunday
morning and was burif.d at Rosemont
on Monday morning, the Rev. F.
E. Dibble conducting the service at
the house at 10 o'clock.
Miss Mary Sophie Leonhirth and
Hr. J. E. Monts were married by the
Hev. Edw. Fulenwider on Sunday af
ternoon at 3:30 o'clock, at the home
?f the bride's mother, in Helena, and
left immediately for the groom's home
in Prosperity. It was a quiet wedding.
THE HERALD AND NEWS ONE
TEAR FOR ONLY $1.50.
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M After spirited bic
M only 50c less tha
m bid for Hays* Ra
M iAll of which simi
reputation for SE
We have the sair
and see it.
us explain this i
factory during 1
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Mrs.oneiaon openi ror
Treatment Without Bene!
fit. Finally Made Well by
Lydia EL Pinkham's V egetable
j Englewood, 111.? "While going'
: through the Change of Life I suffered
M! ? .with headaches, nervousness,
heal, and I suffered
so much I did not
Jtuiuw wiiau x noo
doing at times. I
1 It i^jP spent $1900 on doc!
Ir tors and not one did
k ^SSM me &nY ?0(X* ^ne
?*ay a at
IMtmy house and said
! V ^ viPr^she had been as sick
i I - *1 ^' <"/ / as I was at one time,
i //?( and Lydia E. Pinkl?v
':: ' ? " 'ham's Vegetable
Compound made her well, so I took it and
now I am just as well as I ever was. I
cannot understand why women don't
see how much pain and suffering they
would escape by taking vour medicine. ]
I cannot nraise it enoudh for it saved
my life and kept me from the Insane
Hospital. "?Mrs. E. Sheldon, 5657 S.
Haisted St., Englewood, 111.
Physicians undoubtedly did their best,
battled with this case steadily and could
do no more,but often the most scientific
treatment is surpassed by the medicinal
properties of the good'old fashioned!
roots and herbs contained in Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
If any complication exists it
j pays to write the Lydia E. PinkI
ham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.,
tor special tree advice.
jto Drive Oat M&I&na
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVB'c
TASTELESS chill TONIC. Yon kno*
what yon are taking, as the formula if
printed on every label, showing it :>
Quinine and Iron, in a tasteless form
the Quinine drives out malaiia, tb*
*roi Guilds up the *vit?im. 50 cen&
^^SSfcr. BROUGHT BY A
man named Hays?in an Oh
mong the articles offered, was a 1
Iding, the Range Eternal was s<
n Hays originally paid for it.
nge Eternal, bought new ones f
d!v ffoes to Drove that the Ran
k f w *
Let Us Show You 1
te kind of range that Mr. Hayi
Let us explain, one by one, th
of the Range Eternal so delig
tge until you really understand
THE PROSPERITY Hi
rth of ware free
rancre tn vnii. 1
We may hear people of the country
complaining of itie reckless automobile
driver. Good common sense
should 'be used in driving a car and
* ? ? A A*? - i i J
if a person nasn i man uiey snouiu
not be permitted to arive one. There
j is much reckless driving in town, and
i we do not doubt the tales we hear
from the rura^ districts. The State
laws are pretty strict on this question,
and if you are an automobile
I owner it might be well to look up the
j laws. There is a suit in Anderson
j county right now brought on Dy a
lirivei lUJUZ-nig <x rnuic m an
effort to pass a team.
MADE TO SMOKERS
! High Quality of San Felice Cigars
Maintained. . Now Stll at 5c
Owing to the greatly increased cost
of quality tobaccos, in fact everything
pertaining to high grade cigars,
the makers of the San Felice cigar.
The Deisel-Wemmer Company, have
advanced the selling price to the
Jobbers and Dealers, and henceforth
this cigar will positively be sold to
the consumer at 5 cents straight instead
of six for a quarter as previously.
The SAN FELICE is national in its
scope and character, having justly attained
this eminence through its unexcelled
excellence. To maintain this
unequaled standard of quality, the
advance in question is absolutely unadvoidable.
The generous support of
all men using quality cigars is earn
Wbmever You Need a Geaerul To<i5;
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
:hill Tonic is equally valuable as s
General Tonic because it contains the
veil known tonic properties of QUININE
inJ IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
rut Malkria, Enriches the Blood anu
Guilds up the W .ole Svstern. 50 cents
io town?held a public sale oi
langc Eternal which he had pun
:>ld to Mr. Albert Ferguson of
But that is not alL Later oi
rom the local dealer.
ge Eternal is "legal tender" an<
the RANGE ETERNAL
5 sold at such a record break
e 32 points of Eternal Exceller
htful ? and so economical, i
the jRange Eternal.
mi/ >i mvL wvnii nil 1 ^
k ?AT1^1% l^^Vl
: wuii laugc uui
iNe will have a
Ill ABED WOMAN ;
Tells How Vinol Made Her Strong
In her eighty-second year Mrs. John
Wiekersham, of Russellville, Pa., says:
"I was in a run-down, feeble condition
and had lost flesh. A neighbor asked
me to try Vinol, and after taking two
bottles my strength returned; I am
I gaming in nesn, it nas duiie up my
health and I am feeling fine for a
woman of my age, so I get around and
do my housework."
The reason Vinol was so successful
in Mrs. Wickersham's case was bej
cause it contains the very element*
needed to build her ud.
j Gilder & WeeKs, Druggists, New!
berry, S. C.
CARD OF THANKS.
( Please allow me space in your val
uable paper to thank the dear people
of Newberry for tae kindness
shown me during the sickness and
death of my beloved husband. 1 also
dtsire to thank the three churches of
West End and their pastors who weie
so kind to me.
Some who were so kind to me during
my rtoubles are now resting in
May God blecs one and all and some
day hope w? will meet on that bright
and happy shore is my earnest prayer.
(Mrs.) Agnes Minor.
Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the
Stomacn and Intestines, Auto-Intoxication,
Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis
and other fatal ailments result from
Stomaih Trouble. Thousands of Stom
ach Sufferers owe their complete recovery
to Mayr's Wonderful Remedy
Unlike any other for Stomach Ailments.
For sale by Gilder & Weeks
and druggists everywhere.
f his household
:hased in 1914.'
Grove City, 0., for
n, four of those who ^
d has an established
ing price. * Come in M
ice which make f
Don't buy any
1 i il I _J
ignt men. lci
man from the
! The per captia wealth of the United
I States is now 42,000. That fact
doesn't deply interest those of us
who have been per capitated out of
y liisii uncy
25c Bottle Mak
I GILDER &
The Anderson I
j Company Offe
Sowing wheat this fall who
Blcod" goods when sowing an
Co.'s top dressing a^d soda ne
For the best five acres of whe
; For the second best five acres <
For the third best five acres of
For the fourth best five acres
For the besc three acres of wh
For the best one acre of wheat
Mr. S. M. Byars. County
a committee in due time to aw
have to do to get the prize is
wheat and oats successfully is 1
and fertilization when grain is
If the next ifclaeal croo slaotil
| another advance.
W. F. FARM]
See Gresham & Spee:
101 acres'of land in to1
| as the Ware Place. Has]
cellent well of water'wl
seaside or a mountain he
B. M. H
I Good for 1C
In THE HERALD A
I nominate Mrs., Miss...
In the Campaign, only t
sent in for each candidate wi
| FREE VOTIN
Void after Novir
THE HERALD AND
Fill out properly, mail
Office of The Herald <
Seven Londoners have been exempt- V
ed from militray service because they
are rat catchers and their employer
proved that women cannot do the flj
work. Wonder if the suffragist dls- S
pute this statement? v
ii i mil mi ihhiiih iiii imii w i mi iimiB i nil?
JR GRAIN N. I
inting As \
by U S. X
it of Agri' \ I 4
/ I A
10 / $3 g
t WEEKS / I |
'hosphate & Oil
r the Following
use the Anderson "Fish and
d Anderson Phosphate and Oil
Df wheat 75
of wheat 5b
iin oust rat ion Agent, will name
rard the prizes. All you will
to make the yield. Raising
argely a matter of preparation
d be short flour would make
late and Oil Co.
r, Greenwood, S. C.
wn of Silverstrett, known
[a good pasture and exlich
makes it equal to a
ime, Price $40 per acre.
Iverstreet, South Carolina
"I1M Rf ANK"
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