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Klection oi Oilieer* and Other Hatters.?The
( arc of Orphans?Meet
At Kock IIill Next.
Anderson Mail, 9th.
The annual convention of the lied
Men of South Carolina came to a close
today after a very pleasant session,
in fact the delegates say that they
vftnaiiraH th?> mnst rnrriifll trentment
W"V Xiivs/W W v..
in Anderson that has been accorded
to them anywhere. After the election
of officers Tuesday afternoon some
routine business was transacted after
which the great council took a recess
and enjoyed a troliey ride and a barbecue
at Buena Vista. The night was
cool but the members experienced no
discomfort on account of the warming
There were about oOO persons served
at the tables and the occasion was
iii every way a decided success. The
tafbles were filled with plenty and
some more. The exercises after the
'cue were presided over by Mr. A. H.
Dagnall who kept the Red Men and
the pale faces laughing at his running
fire of comment.
.Mr. Porter Whaley, secretary of the
Anderson Chamber of Commerce,
made his first public appearance in an
impromptu speech which showed that
lie- ise loyal to Anderson, now and for
keeps. Past Great Sachem Jvong, of
I'nion. made a very pleasant talk in
which he referred to the pleasant
treatment given in Anderson; Col.
Russell, oi' Kentucky, made a very enjoyable
short speech and was follow
ed by Messrs. William Banks and T.
F. Watkins of the pale faces, after
which there were talks by Solicitor
Albert E. Hill, of Spartanburg, and
Dr. J. P. Carlisle, of Greenville. The
last speaker was Gov. Blease, who
made a very neat and appropriate and
pretty speech, complimenting the
Daughters of Pocahontas and the visitors
from Kentucky and paying S
glowing tribute to South Carolina.
The great council concluded its deliberations
Wednesday at noon and
the keeper of the wampum tore off
a few mileage clips for the 180 visitors
and sent them regretfuiy on
their way. The next meeting will be
held in Rock Hill under the invitation
of Mr. Max G. Bryant, one .of the most
prominent secret order men in the
The great council adopted the model
hill for the protection of the orphans
of deceased braves. It was decided
to retain the standing committee and
to place orphans in the care of suitable
persons in'the jurisdiction of the
lodge or tribe in which the parent
held membership. Each such ward of!
ihe great counc il is to receive <32.50 j
per week for support. It is also made
imperative that they attend the pubv
lie schools for the full term and at
leiiu cuurun anu ounud> b^nuui insularly.
The selection of officers and great
representatives was the most important
matter before the council of Red
Tuesday aiternoon. The election
resulted as follows:
E. H. Aull, of Newberry, great sachem;
A. E. Hill, of Spartanburg,
great senior sagamore, defeating A.
M. Deal, of Columbia, who was
in line of promotion, causing considerable
surprise among the delegates;
O. D. Gray, of Williamston,
grea: junior sagamore; B. 0. Wallace,
of Sumter, jchief of records; S. M.
Clarkson, of Columbia, great keeper
of wampum, and Otto Klettner, of
Newberry; Jas. G. Long, of Union: J.
P. Carlisle, of Greenville, as supreme
representatives. C. E. Tolly, of Anderson,
was hg.s been a supreme representative
for several years, is a
member of the important committee
of great council of the United States
which meets in Wasington next September
and is therefore a member of
The national council.
X. A. Hemrick will be appointed
Excursion Iiates via Southern Railway
to Aiken, S. ('? on Account of the
State 1. V. \\ Reunion, April 23-21,
The Southern railway announces
very low round trip rates to Aiken. S.
C., on account of the above occasion.
Tickets 011 sale April 21. 22 and '1'.),
with final limit April 2*.i. The following
round trip rates will apply:
Columbia - , $1.50
Newberry 2.4 5
Rock Hill 3.20
Proportionately low rates from all
other points. Special train will be operated
out of Columbia afternoon of
the 22nd, leaving Columbia at 3 p.
111., axiu cirnvmg -rt.irv.cu u p. m.
train will handle all veterans, and
delegates who arrive in Columbia forenoon
of this date. For further information
call on local asent or write L.
P. Robinson. C. P. <fc T. A., or S. H.
McLean. D. P. A., Columbia, S. C.
I "A ?aii7P Vpst
A A VIUMUV V wn>
! We will put on sale (
Bleached Gauze Vests,
iU on /?Acf fA moniifo/ijfiiifA,
I mail i/uoi iu uiuiiuiui/tui v
manufacturer being over
xious to sell
The ready cash go
price. This vest is fiill
1 B 1 1 1_
taped armnoie ana necK.
All large and medium
A good Vest at 1
long as they la
I They won't last long
, R. H. ANDERSC
Main St. IV
HOOK WORM CAMPAIGN 3
Will Begin in This County This Week, ture a
Dr. Routh is >~ow Visiting the follow
Schools. be bo
The following are the dispensary consen
I points: The
Every Tuesday?Town Hall, Pros- the cc
perity. . appror
Every "Wednesday?J. A. Dominick's the coi
store, Kinards. this di
Every Thursday?Drug Store, Whit- the- cc
mire. the su
Tiror"!- T?rWov TTdnrv's Turner stnrp.
J.J 'Vi; x i ~ ,
Every Saturday?Consultation room
court house, Xewberrv. <
To be examined each person must ^pri
bring or send a small portion of their itaw-3
! feces (or bowel movement) as the mi
j croscope is only way of making diog- pftoj
i nosis. Examination and treatment ^ (
! given free by State board of health &Pmb^
I and Newberry county commissioners. titjed"
Every person should take advantage affairs
of this opportunity and more especial- passed
ly so the school children. Over half j mjssi0
the rural school children in South are t a(Jv
infected. The disease Is due to soil | certai1
nnllntion. The remedy is treat all |
case tand have better sanitation at ment !
our schools and homes and rid the countv
South of its greatest economic loss. jndebt
F. M. Routh. , .
>OTICE OF ELECTION. Vertl?
Where:: one-third of the resident1
electors and a like pro;)ortion of ti t, 0 J
resident freeholders of the age of "
twenty-one years, of St. Paul School
district No. 34, of Newberry County, . . .
, State of South Carolina, hare filed .
' a petition with the County Board of j
Education of Newberry County, South j ^
Carolina, petitioning and requesting j ^
! that an election be held in said dis-j tjons
: trict on the question of levying a two 1 amoun
j mill tax, to be collected on the pro- rp,
! pertv located in the said School Dis-' ^ -r
Now. therefore, the undersigned
| composing the County Board of Edu- sume (
, cation for Newberry County, South j;muar
j Carolina, do hereby order the Board; jno.
j of Trustees of the St. Paul School Dis- J act
j trict No. 34 to hold an election on ccrtajr
' the said question of levying a two mill niK]or?
i tax to be collected on the property (.j
: located in the said district, which said ioans
! election^ shall be held at St. Paul jncr rc
I -i t ; r?;e_
i ?5CIIUU1 HUUbtr, ill tut; j?aiu jl/io pFOpOS
i trict Xo. 34, on "Wednesday, April 16, por
1913, at which said election the polls oitli^r
shall be opened at 7 A. M. and closed rT>
at 4 P. M. The members of the Board j
of Trustees of the said School District jno. C
shall act as managers of said election. Se
Only such electors as reside in said : 4-S~<
School District and return real or>
| personal property for taxation, and tainim
| who -exhibit their tax receipts and re- j printer
gistration certificates as required in j Give
general elections, shall be allowed to j March
vote. Electors favoring the levying j
j of the said tax shall cast a ballot con- j
I taming the word "yes" printed or writ- j
; ten th-ereon, and each elector opposing! Count:
I such a ievy shall cast a ballot con-j Sout
??? ?g BBBHHBBB & Ty' *" *
Surprise!" I ^
>0 dozen Ladies
i i r i Pleas*
bought for less
?a case of a
InaHpH snH an- Locks
I Well Pul
. .1 . ? I Well Ch
t them at our I
bleached with I Horse ar
11 Plow Stc
1 Plow Poi
sizes. I Hoes, et<
iuc, as i| ^15
ist 5c I w?'k
I ed for
. . i I sell
at this price.
?N & CO.
fewberry, S. C. I rows.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
he meeting of the last legislan
Act was passed containing the
ing language: 'No supplies shall
light or expenses incurred on
of the county except with the> _
t of the county supervisor" j W ^
purpose of this Act is to keep !
)unty expenditures within the!
>riations fixed by law, and as!
unty supervisor is charged with'
ity, hereafter no claim against;
>unty will be approved unless j
pplies bought or expenses in-' Pains in
are bought or incurred as pro- I _
by said act. i If you continua
W. A. Hill, . -n t|ie stomach,
Supervisor Newberry County. , kidneys are 0llt c
1 ; lead to dropsy,
; betes or Bright'*
j recommend Elect
'OSALS HALTED FOR LOAX. very best stomac
Section 11 of Act of General As-; cjne made. H. T
r of State of South Carolina en-ij^ q who suffer
"An Act relating, to the Fiscal j stomach and ba(
n x - XT U ^ ^ !
oi uounry ol iNtjwutji i v (inu neyS
at the session of 1913, the com- not wor^ right ]
11 therein created was directed Electric Bitters
ertise for proposals to take up and j impr0ved i
i railroad obligations from the now feej ijke a
g fund commission by assign-; improve you_ t00
and also proposals to loan said: Recommended bj
- a sum sufficient to pay off past j
edness. The said commission : gxATE OF SOUT
d section is also directed to ad- COUNTY OF }
? for proposals to loan to said j By c c
r a sufficient sum to take up cer-1 jU(jge
lilroad boners maturing January! WHEREAS W
!. The railroad obligations held 1 ma(je suit +0 me
State sinking fund commission I nf ^ministration
presented by three notes upon effects 0f J J c
be due April 25, 1913, the fol- THESE ARE r
; amounts, namely. an(j a(jm0nish all
1, $15,313.33; Xo. 8, $5.401.15; dred and credit0
$2,688.94. I schumpert, decea
mall balance of late tax collec-, appear before ^
will slightly reduce the above j bate> to be held a
j April 17, next aft
amount neesssary to pay off; 0>c,0ck ^ for(
idebtedness is $20,000.00. Three jf auy they haye_
maturing January 2. 1913. upon istration shou,d ,
will be due April 25, 1913. the, G,VEX under
)f $1000 each with interest from : d Qf ^ .j ^
7 2nd. 7 per cent. The sinK-; ^
nd commission bein gdirectrd
of General Assembly to call in
i loans made to counties, the
;igm"d will receive proposals; AN I ILK
April 2-". 1013, for the several! virtue ot th
mentioned above, the right be- 'n a d- e(l ?f assis
served to reject any and all | All^n, and un
ia resolution pas;
further information address tlie creditors of
of the undersigned at Xewber- j Allen, on April 2
C. ! Chappells, S. C.,
W. A. McSwain, j day of April, 191J
. Goggans, Chairman the mercantile s
icretary. the said William
lt-ei. the store room,
the said William
J n?<> r\y* ! < /-? Ka cnlr? tn hicr
5 trip wora iiu v> 11Lit-li vi , <-w u. k/w?vi ?0
3 th-ereon. The stock of goo
n under our hands and seal on and fixtures $! "
29, 1913. ventory may be s
E. H. Aull, | iindeioi^iied ai hi
E. 0. Counts, i S. C.
T. S. Wheeler. I E
i Board of Education, Newberry, j Assignee ad .
h Carolina. j 4-4-31-1 taw.
; look over the following I
are selling dirt cheap du
d Cut Nails
id Mule Shoes ..
ints?all kinds and prices Curi
o have just received a f
shirts, shoes and homespu
by E. A. Griffin & Con
: a bargain,
! beg to call your attentioi
>utors, cotton planters, mi
WE HAVE A FEW Ml
Be sure to see our John Deer C
John Deer Number 80 Cotton
r. MAYES &
illy complain or pains HBH
your liver or your
>f order. Neglect may
kidney trouble, dia- Map
5 disease Thousands Ojjj
ric Bitters as the #1
ih and kidney medi- te?|
Alston, of Raleigh, liftp
ed with pain in the |p|:
;k, writes: "My kid- 1111
;ed and my liver did Ipt
; suffered much, but ym
5 was recommended ^
:rom me nrst aose. 1 i
new man." It will ^
Only 50c and $1.00
ITHE PURE FOC
ert, Esquire, Probate
commercial effort one m
ter than has been prodi
. L. Schumpert hath Fifty years ago we de
to grant him letters must be the finest whisl
- +. . Kentucky and we have
of the estate ol and ^oday we are
ichumpert, 0f fine 0ld whiskies in th
rHEREFORE to cite Sunny Brook re
ana singular me iuu- surpassed all others in 1
rs of the said J. J. quet and tonic properties.
j ,, . ,? , , of its high quality and purity
sed, that they be and of the discriminating public <
, in the Court of Prot
Newberry, s. C., on toe direct supervision of U.
' best always askjfor Sunny E
;er publication, at 11
-noon, to show cause,
why the said admin- J "
lot be granted. I
I paul heymann
my hand, this 2nd b e. b. gibson
TV, 1 QI 9 8 BROWN & HAGIN
mo Domini, 1913. g Chai
J. P. X. C.
STOCK FOR SALE,
jnment from "William - . . , . ? ? 8
der the authority of MPETALUIVIA If
5ed at a meeting of Sij. CA 63 EG(
the said William P. ^ we pay fl
I' I ^ ^
TIip l Freight,
e Said in_ wafer incubator. Order rigl
een by calling oil the cular, because you ought to
_ . in Finest Catalogue ever prir
IS office at .seWberry, ^^Bcnme about," mailed free.
Hthe oldest maker of Incuba-tc
lugene S. Blease, j
1st of goods which we
ring this month:
> ' : |
h and Leather Collars
jon Breeching ^
:e Harness *'
e Boy Points
les?Iron Bound and Plain
;Ie Trees?Iron and|Wooden
gy Whips * .
resh line of overalls,
ins, originally contract- <
lpany, which we] will
i again to our guano
ddle busters and harORE
ultivators, also our
and Corn Planters
top in any department of |q old j i
ust produce, offer and do bet- OlLVNYRftOOK.
seed, offered or done before. Wmicotv
itermined that Sunny Brook J? ~v^
key distilled and aged in Old ~?
i never deviated from this ^sowrBtoonormiii"01
known as tne largesz aismiers j j iv
g world. 1 - J
ached the top because it I
nellow flavor, exquisite bou- I JM
The friends Sunny Brook made fifty years ago because I
are still its friends, and all over this broad land a majority |
lemands Sunny Brook and absolutely refuses substitutes j
c is a real honest, straight Kentucky Whiskey and is J
; is filled and then sealed with the "Green Stamp," under
S. Inspectors. If you want to know you are getting the I , 1
trook?The Pure Food Whiskey. READ THE LABEL. I
Send yaur order to |
A. L. ALSO BROOK CO.
HARRINGTON INTERSTATE LIQUOR CO.
JEFFERSON DISTIlXlNG CO.
ttanooga, Tenn., Distributors.
ABATORS and BroodersA^^
are used mere extensively throughHEIGHT
hatching lien. Duck, lurkey. Goose, I
Ostrich, Alligator, and ali other kinds V ^3 ^
CAuVoHNIA REDWOOD, the be,t Kg
brooders. ^ Then learn about the I'etaluma ^j^jj
?Til Persons ordering ~ vay oia v. men* - - K?
N y . the hatcherics are specifying "these chicks jcdgM
must be hatched in l'ctaluir.a Incubators." ttB|
fth~ lrf?-3 That st' rv. 6NH
EGG CITY INCUBAtORS are the best H 1
and cheapest hot water incubators in the BB
world. Model 63 eggs for $3-50 and We lB|
bargain ever offered in a small hot
it now or at least send for a cir-^C^Si^^ B fl
know all about it.
ited, FREE. Booklet, "ITow it all B
It will interest you. Tells who is I
)rs. Qh m
JBATOR COMPANY ' W* ^ I | ; ?,
Box Petaluma. Calif. I