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NEWS OF WHITMIRE.
,Death of Mr. R. L. Abrans-Aso 1A
Infant-Items of Interest of Peo
ple Coming and Going.
Whitmire, Feb. 27.-Sarah Angeline,
age, nine months, the daughter of Mr.
.a.nd Mrs. Jas. Bishop, died at her
home here Wednesday, February 22,
and was buried on the following day
dt Mt. Tabor.
Mrs. Bishop is just recovering from
a long attack of typhoid fever and
has spent part of the winter in a hos
pital so the death of the precious lit
tle one will be hard for her to bear.
The entire community sympathizes
deeply with Mr. and Mrs. Bishop on
account of their many months of af
fliction and sorrow.
Mr. R. L. Abrams died at the home
of his sister, Mrs. L. D. Abrams
'1hursday evening, February 23, of
tubercolosis, and was laid to rest at
Mt. Tabor burial ground on the fol
lowing day. Rev. 0. A. Jeffcoat con
ducted the funeral services amid a
large concurse of sorrowing friends.
Mr. Abrams leaves a wife, who was
Miss Bonnie Hawkins, two sisters,
.M-rs. L. D. Tidmarsh, of Whitmire, and
Mrs. Hentz, of Pomaria, and two
brothers, Messrs. John and Jackson
Mr. J. Webb White, of Rock Hill,
who married Miss Hallie Hawkins,
came over and attended the funeral of
Mr. R. L. Abrams.
Miss Maud Chandler, of Clintun, is
spending thc wee'- w:th7 Mrs. John M.
Mrs. M. E. Abrams and two bright,
interestirg childrae are vis rela
tives ar- fr'.s.Newberry.
Songs and Stories of the Red MeAn
by Albert Gale and Martha Gale, a
number of the Alka;hest lyceum sys
tem, entertained us in the school audi
torium Thursday evening.
Mr. Will Bates, of Carlisle, was here
one day last week.
Mrs. Emma Andrews and grand
daughter, Moselle McCarley, of Green
wood, are visiting at Mr. W. A. An
Miss Frances Jeter gave half holi
day in her T'hool on Washington's
birthday and dined with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Wmn. Coleman has purchased an
* Mr. Warren Suber is rejoicing over
his fine new horse.
Mr. S. H. Baston, of Goldville, is at
home for a day or two..
Miss Inez Dobbins, who is teaching
4near here, is spendiing the week-end
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Tidmarsh are at
home to their -many! friends in the
Charles Tidmarsh 'home and the two
*children of Mr. Tidmarsh, Lois and
Charley, are rejoicing over their new
mother. Mrs. Sallie Tidmarsh is liva
- ing with her daughter, Mrs. J. M.
* jor Nita.
Newberry Lodge, K. of P.
The regular meeting of Newberry
lodge, No. 75, Knights of Pythias, will
be held in -castle hall Tuesday even
ing, February 28, at 8 o'clock. All
nmembers are urged to attend and, vis
iting brethren are welcome.
H. B. Wells, C. C.
C. A. Bowman, K. R. & S.
At the W. L. IL Banquet.
Charleston Evening Post, 25th.
-Eschewing a sketch of the history
of th.e famous command and a'n eulogy
-of Washington, in responding ,to the
main toast of the evening, "The Day
We Celebrate," ait the 104th anniver
sary dinner of the Washington Light
infantry last night, Hon. H. L. Erch
mann made an earnest plea for a high
and true citizenship, patterned after
the principles of the life of Wasing
ton anad in the course of 'his able and
eloquent speech he made a number ol
allusions which were generally taken
to be in the nature of a criticism or
censure of Governor Blease, produc
-ing something of a sensation at the
Both the governor and Mr. Erch
mann were guests at the banquet
which made the occasion all the more
interesting and the allusions the more
pointed. It was expected while Mr.
Erohmann was speaking that Gov,
Blease would say something in reply
but he did not, save ,to introduce his
own speech, which was happily word
Sed, provoking considerable enthusiasm
from the militiamen and guests, with
the statement runat in his pruning 01
appropriations he would call the at
tention of Mr. Erchmann rto the fact
that he never touched the 'appropria
tions for the militia nor did he cul
any of -the items providing for the
support of the Citadel which he again
declared to be "the poor boys
Much Applause for Blease.
Goverr or B!ease was given quite a
demonsh atien when he arose tc
speak. The *stira njmpany .stood
the governor was introduced by Capt
Withington. Gov. Biense spokie very
briefly but effectively in stirring uri
the enthusiasm of the guests. Hc
de& ~ his friendship for the mili~
Tary, and dtlared his purpose to do
everything that r c to further its
interests. in looking about the ba,n
quet hall he saw .the pictures of
Hampton and Butler and he paid them
1 tribute, alluding also to Mart Gary,
Gen. Kers'haw, Gen. Walker and Col.
Armstrong. He said that South Caro
lina has always developed a high or
der of citizenship and soldiers and he
was certain that the State will never
,fail in this respect in -the future. He
was proud of the militia and particu
larly so to ride at the head of the
hands:ome turnout of the afternoon.
He commended the spirit of the Wash
ington Light infantry in saluting the
monument to i,ts gallant dead on
Washington Square, after the parade.
He paid an appreciative tribute to
Charleston's hospitality. As he con
cluded the Washington Light infantry
gave him the company yell in lusty
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that I will
make final settlement as guardian of
the estate of Olin B. Graham in the
office of the probate court for New
berry county on Wednesday, March 29,
1911, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
and immediately thereafter apply for
letters dismissory as guardian of the
said minor, Olin B. Graham.
H. S. Graham,
TO DRAW JURY.
Notice is hereby given that we, the
undersigned Jury Commissioners for
Newberry County, S. C., will on the
2nd day of March, 1911, at 9 o'clock!
a. m., in- the office of the Clerk of
Court, openly and publicly draw the
names of twelve men who 6hall serve
as Grand Jurors for one year, and
also the names of thirty-six men who
shall serve as Petit Jurors for the
Court of General Ses'ions which will
convene on March 20, 1911.
Jno. L. Epps,
Jno. C. Goggans,
Eug. S. Werts,
Jury Commissioners for Newberry
County, S. C.
February 16, 1911.
i A - OVER s5 YEARS'
-Anyone sending a sketch and description maRY
guickly ascerta or opinion fre w l ether aD
ions etcl on$dentip t HANDBOOK on Patents
sen free Olest agncy for seuriCg prenei'.
speciaL notice, without charge, in the.
Ahandsmely illustrated weekly Largest cir
cueat:four months. $ 1.Sl byall newsdears
MUNN & Co,efeoa-a New YOrK
Branch ofne,. 62% F St., Washington, D. C.
TIHE DIAMONI) BRAN.
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SOLD BY [)RUGGISTS EVERY WERE
Now is the time to subscribe to The
herald and News.
Notice is hereby given that on 'Mon
day the sixth day of March, 1911, be
tween the hours of 11 o'clock a. m.
and 3 p. in., we will sell at public
outcry to the highest bidder for cash,
before the Court House door in the
Town of Newberry, S. C., all the ac
counts, notes and other evidences of
debts due by any and all persons or
corporations to the assigned estate of
0. W. LeRoy, a list of which, so far
as known, can be seen at the law of
fice of Mower & Bynum, attorneys, in
Henry 0. Long, Assignee.
Geo. B. Cromer, Agt. for Crs.
SKIN AND SCALP TROUBLES
YIELD TO ZEMO TREATMENT.
A Clean Liquid Preparation for Exter
W. 12. N~ayes' Drug Store is so con
fident that ZEMO and ZEMO soap used
together will rid the skin or scalp of
infant or grown person of pimples,l
blackhead's, drandruff, eczema, prickly
heat, rashes, hives, ivy poison or any
o'ther form of skin or scalp eruption,
tat they will give your money back
if you are not entirely satisfied with
the results obtained from the use of
ZEMO and the soap.
The first application will give
prompt relief and show an improve
ment and in every instance where us-!
ed persistently, will destroy the germ
life, leaving the skin in a clean, heal
Sold and guaranteed by druggists
everywhere and in Newberry by W. G.
Let us show you proof of some re
markable cures made by ZEMO and
give you a 32 page booklet how to'
preserve the skin.
Spring Time ai
Call for Some Ne
Come and let i
sUch a vai
That Cannot He)
Beginning at 501
We go by easy
50c., 75c., $1.00, $1.25,
$3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $5.0
We have also a number
which are attractive. In
are showing some very n
In Nets, the yard,
Printed Scrims -
Swiss - -- -
m iNewberry & Lau~rens B. B. ou
ceuein effect October 6, 1910 Fe
>jctt change without notice. a.
edlsindicated, are not guaran. Z.
' .C. L. 52. 53. Sc
Charleston.. ... 6.0am 10.00pm ki
Sumter.. .. ... 9.4am 6.20pm ga
C.,N. & L. sa
LColumbia.... ..11.5am 4.55pmD
LProsperity...12.42pm 3.34pm in
LNewberry.. .. .12.56pm 3.20pm Sa
.Clinton.... .. ..1.5pm 2.35pm 19
f.Laurens.. ..... 2.3pm 2.12pm3 al
. C. &W. C. .mi
AGreenville. ... 4.00pm 12.20pm o
ASpartanburg. .. 4.05pm 12.20pmi s
S. A. L.J
AAbbeville .... 3.55pm 1.02pm ci
AGreenwood .. 3.27pm 1.33pm gc
.Athens.... .. .. 6.5pm 10.30am Cb
.Atlanta...... .8.45pm 8.00am in
A. C. L. 54. 55. I
.Columbia.... .. 5.pm 11.15am gc
.Prosperity... ..6.26pm 9.50am ~
.Newberry.. .... 6.44pm 9.32am dit
.Clinton.... ... 7.35pm 8.44am ri
.Laurens.... ...7.55pm -8.20am cc
C. & W. C.
.Greeniville.. ... 9.20pm 7.00amn at
S. A. L. Je
.Greenwood.. .. 2.28am 2.38im o
.Abbeville..... .2.56am 2.08am i:i
.Athens.. ..... .5.4am 11.59pm at
.Atlanta.. ... .. 7.am 9.55pm o
os. 52~ and 53 arrive and depart sa
fro Union Sta tion, Columbia, daily, in
n run through between Charleston m
an Greenville. tr
os. 54 and 55 arrive and depart fo
evais street, Columbia, daily, ex am
et Sunday, and run through be- as
teen Columbia and Greenville. sa
oi- information ask agents or write,
W. J. Craig, P. T. M.,
Wilmington, N. C. As
T . Livingsto'a, S. A.,
Columbia. S. C. F
Parsoni's Poem a Gem.
A King Who Left Rome3
tthe workc to talking, but Paul
athulka, of Buffalo, N. Y., says he
lays KEEPS AT HOME the Kigd
ofall Laxatives-Dr. King's New Life o
ils-and th 3y're a blessing to all G
sfamily. Cure constipation, head- WV
ace, indigestion, dyspepsia. Only N,
5. at Wmn. E. Pelham & Son's.
AINISTRATOR'S SALE OF PER- a
SON L PRjOPERTY. ci
y virtue of an order of the Probate Isi,
Cort for Newberry County, South
Crolina, dated the seventh day of A(
Fbruary, 19 [1, we will sell at publie 2
is show you
p But Please.
ents the Pair
teps to $10.
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50,
0, $7.50 and $10.00,
of Madras Curtains
the piece goods we
- 15c. to 35c.
- 12c. to 20c.
- Oc. to 15c.
tcry on Friday, thLe 24th day of
bruary, 1911, beginning at 11 o'clock
n., at the late residence of Jesse
Salter, deceased, in the Town of
slena, County of Newberry, State of
luth Carolina, all the household and
tchen furniture, including an or
n, belonging to. the estate of the
id Jtese Z. Salter, deceased.
By virtue of said order we will sell
the Town of Newberry, S. C., on
,tdrday, the 25th day of February,
t1, beginning at 11 o'clock a. in.,
of the stock of goods, wares and
rchandise belonging to the estate
said Jess~e Z. Salter, deceased, con
ting of crockery, glass ware, China,
panese. ware, cut glass, lamps,
cks, ',pe't-fumes, and other toilet
ods, Victor and Edison taliking ma
ines and records, and other musical
'trumen, show cas'as, picture
.mes, trunks, gents furnishing
ods, notions, hardware, umbrellas,
d a. large amnount of other merchan
e such as is 'usually kept in a va
sty store, all goods in a first class
By virtue of said order we wil1 sell
the photographic studio of the late
sse Z. Salter, deceased, ini the Town
Newberry, S. 0., on Saturday, the
the day of March, 1911, beginning
11 o'clock a. in., the photographic
.t-fits belonging to the estate of the
id Jesse Z. Salter, deceased, consist
g of camneras, lenses, photographic
ateria1 of all kinds, photo and por
ait display, in fact a complete outfit
r a first class studio. .This studio
Ld all pertaining to it will be sold
a whole. . The terms of all these
les will be cash.
;Administrators of the personal
estate of Jesse Z. Salter, deceased.
~bruary 10 and 17.
0TICE OF FINAL SETTLEMlEN T.
Notice is tereby given that the un
rsigned will make a finar settlement
the personal estate of Charles L.
illiams in sthe Probate Court for
wberry County cn the 16th day of!
arch, A. D. 1911, at 10 o'clock a. m.
d immediately thereafter apply for!
diciarge. All persons holding'
ums against said estate will pres
t same, uly attested, to the under
gned on or before said date.
Imiisraorof C.al . Wi '2C.
If not sold before, I
Auction at the Cou
Monday in March, a
E. Bouknight's four
Drayton StreeL Th
and is sold for the
left Newberry and i
This is very convem
berry otton Mill a
Mr. Charley West.
One-third Cash, B
I. A. Bur
Those who. are co
Spresent would do well
inmg before making,thei
ar fthe first water
all the most desired pie
You can.make no mist
here and my prices are
quality of goods are c<
and let us convince yo
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And a Gran<
Fun, Music and
Prices - - -
will sell at Public
rt House the first
t Il A.K, the P.
-room cottage on
s is a new cottage
reason owner has
ants to reinvest.
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id just in front of
dance One Year.
templating giving a
fo examine my show
r purchase. My
ted Cina I
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~ces, sets and designs.
ke in your selection
mlost reasonable whenL
nsidered. Come and~
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WPANY IN THEIR
c! Elegant Costumes!
25 Cts. to $1.50