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VI Tvoyvil uuavi^
I 'i5 the Best and He
Every year aln
wagons are sold as
People who kr
wag'ons have be
I for nearly 60 ye
They're buying' mere
day than ever before
wagon is bought so
where every t
fl tremendous rate ur
I than other wagons.
| it wiU put you under
I Wagons. ^
. interest to se
TO SALUTE FLAG; nint;i hole
CKIS1S SEEMS AT E>D sage. Th(
j links at:d
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~ . Secreary 1
led raanv high. officials to believe he ;y]ie party
I wou'd defy the United States and aike House.
V chances on consequences through, officials
p ' which a national spriti might be nieanwhile
aroused to unite ehe waring factions me?sage a
I'-~ and entrench him in office. i made pUbi:
, Mexican cons itutionalis-t represen- dictator's ;
tatives here were in communication and insisti
with Secretary Bryan today. Well in-:Xa\al offtc
formed sources said t:.ie constitu.ion- Thing as
alists under no circumstances would Apoiogies
unite with Heurta but would maintain guns fired
a status quo in the ter'i orv sbey con- after the <
trol. if the United States took no of- party offer
fensive action against them. i ?
Ambassadors and ministers, eager i
t to learn th? purposes of the Amer- A. R. Pres'
i ican government, were supplied with ; We cnjc
\ information at the State department.; coun.y, X<
' A summary of the developments of the Presb
tne day was cabled to all American Mission c.
embassies and legations for the in- our visit,
ft nna/ion of foreign governments. j There w
Meanwhile the Atlantic and Pacific es present
V fleets continue steaming southward to meeting.
1 Mexican ports. Xo orders were issued after iheii
mr tc the army. ; ter were i
K The determination to force a def- immediate
iuite reply from Huer. a. ending the homes in "
9 tolerance of the I'nited States with | Xeel. Wal
his dilatory tactics, was emphasized guest unc
W strongly in the day's developments, favors ren
| It was a day of action in -official The chu
circles, reminiscent to many of the ' way betw*
scenes of 1898, for at no time since jty. in a
, has a president threatened to ask con- and on a
i gress to use the army and navy to automobih
enforce a foreign policy. anv time.
r currespunurius uu .ucu j
The knowledge that the Mexican j Pastor anc
situation had reached a turning J We enji
point spread throughout the national | Sabbath s
capital rapidly. For two hours, while j vitation
clerks deciphered a long message from i vitation
k Charge O'Shaughnessy, a half hun- j number ol
W dred correspondents waited in the j Wallace.
If corridors of the State department for told us tl
B an inkling of its contents. Then Sec- church w
J ^ retary Bryan sent for Secretary .lohnsor
Bf Tumulty. President Wilson had gone the churc]
V golfing, expecting no developments j ter of Mr
^ until noon. Mr. Bryan and Mr. Tu- | uate of tl
fi multy conferred briefly and then hur- enthusiast
ried to a waiting automobile and soon ! ment of ;
were speeding toward the Virginia school da;
hills, where the president was play- day wher
I ing. In the meantime the White out to se<
B House had telephoned to the golf club, the prize
a sfecret Serticee man ran out to the exhibit an
i of the Majority]
is that the ofciMahek i
ist Economical Wagon 1
aost twice as many StudebaKer
any other maKe.
agons wouldn't sell at this
thov p'avp more value Ji
V?iAV y Qv- ? w ? ?? ? ?
Let us tell you why?
no obligations whatever.
ved, a car load of
/ill molrA if fn vnilir
f 111 IIKJIXW AV %V ^
e us before buying.
Vise Stock Co.
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and communicated a mes- :s me secuuu .?wi imo
i president abandoned the come off a winner. It was
got in-o his big motor car. sure to see many of these a
ay .to Washington he met the home of Miss Xeel. The?
Sryan and Mr. Tumulty, credit to teacher and pupil,
sped back to the White ivV.i were assigned during
| sion of t'.ie Presbytery to t
at the Sta e department table home of Mr. and Mr:
had described Huertas Parr.? It was a genuine tr
is "inconclusive." Though in this refined and godly horr
ic, officials described tine choice olive plants surround
itritude as very "obstinate" of Mr. and iMrs. Parr. They
ng on a simultaneous salute carefully nurtured and reai
ials said there was ao such Parr is a graduate of t'ne
"a simultaneous salute." ' College. She hopes to send
are given in a salute of 21 ; ren to school at Due West,
ia intervals of ten seconds, is one of the successful bus
completion of which the of Newberry and is preside
ided returns the salute. Exchange aBnk, one of the
tm sive ins itutions of the town
Newberry County. On Monday in company
bycerian. Carson we met a number
>y a visit to our native in Xewberry. We dropped
ewberry. The meeting of ' office of Se nator Mower on<
ytery at Cannons Creek popular men of the countv
- - ~e r\f tho host niPn of rllp f-m
-lurcn v."as twe occasion ui ? ?
! called at the office of the
ere about forty-five aelegat- 1 and ^as sorry to lniss Edito
i. Everybody' enjoyed the . '"llose PaPer we Iove to reat
Tie hosts looked carefully ! Hprald and Xews officf 1
* guests. Some of the I at- ^-ditur Aull quite bus} bu.
assigned to homes in the 'l1 <l cor(l'ai greeting. T.:i:
vicinity and some to iuS gently with our bro hei
'Cpwhprrv village Messrs. ; premises to make a vi
lace and Wicker put " this I West ere long. It was a grea
ler special obligation by jt:i asain greet llr. and Mr
(jere(j j Carlisle and receive the w
, ' grasp and cheering smil
rch is located abJut half
? wished to know ab:>ut t'ne ti
een Newberry and Prosper- . _ T? , . ,
institution in Due \\ est. At.
thickly settled community TT , _
Hunter s, we found some o.i
broad thoroughfare. An .. . T , , _
tiest Jersey cattle, fine hogs
3 is hardlv out of signt at . , .
kens, hne garden and a luxu
This mission ought to ,
ture. It. was a treat to see
It has an enthusiastic young ? , .... .
, Newberry is looking fresn a:
1 people. . . . # ,
sive and is going forward a
oyea me meeting oi me
ciiool on Sabbath. On in- To Prevent Blood Pois
.. u ? . *pply at once the wonderful old
oi u.e s ueierpn .. >>>> \okter'Santifeptichealin
of the superintendent a '*1 dressing: that relieves pain i
f addresses were made. Mr.
the active superintendent ANNUAL RETTRN
lat every member of the Executors, guardians or a
as a member of the school, tors shall, \vhii<? an estate i
l school 'house is hard by their care or custody, at an
h. Miss Lizzie Neel, daugn- fore the first day of July cf
Jno. C. Neel and a grad- render :o the Judge of Pro*
tie Woman's College, is the county from which they ob
;ic teacher with an enroll- ters testamentary or letters
ibout 40 pupils. On county istration a just and true acc
y and fair at Newberry?the oa:h, 'of the receipts and ex
i the whole county turned ! of such estate the precedin:
? and hear, this stibool took ! year, which when examine
for the best single school ; proved, shall be deposited
d two additional prizes. This j inventory and appraisemen
(construction you respect most,
ideal specifications and equipni
cylinder, five-passenger car.
Tell liim that it must be of 1
and electrically started and lie
< heck the specifications he ^
of the Studebaker FOl'It and yo
? d at th.e completeness with wli
(ant essentials are included in
Full floating rear axle?
throughout?all^y steel exclus
small bore motor?cylinders ca
Ied valves?exhaust and intake
3 ?10S in. Avlieel base?full-elli]
I 32x3in. tires?left hand ste
B tra rim?srasoline supply benea
ion and rain vision, ventila
Studebaker Jiffy curtains?illu
I I Buy It Be|
I cause It Is a
8 I Studebaker
1400 MAIN STREET
aool has papers belonging to such estate, in V.
our plea- j office of said Judge of Probate, the
rticles at :o be kept for the inspection of sir
- rr?or I norcnnc mav be interested in t
1 U<J ^-at i ^? .-wkj ? ? ?
the ses- j A any executor, guardian or a
Lie hospi- ministrator should neglect to rend
?. Henry ' such annual account he shall not
eat to be ' entitled to any commissions for I
le. Three rouble in the management of the st
ihe table ; estate, and shall moreover be liable
are being i be sued for damages by any person
ed. Mrs.j persons interested in such Estate,
Woman's j Section 364S-3765.
her cild- ! C. C. Schumpert,
Mr. Parr Judge of Probate.
iness men >OTKE FINAL SETTLEMENT.
lit 01 the Xotice is hereby given that I \v
piog^es- flna] settlement, as administi
j tor, on the estate of Mrs. Rosa E. Do
Bro. inick in the probate court for Xewbi
of rriends ry COunty at 11 o'clock in the fo]
in at t'.ie noon, May 8th, 1914, and immedia
? of the ]y thereafter apply for letters dism
and one sorv as Such administrator,
mty. We Ajj persons having claims agali
Observer . es(-ate will present them duly ;
i Wa:lace,|tesfed on Qr j,efore that date.
' ne 1 .1- A. Dominick,
Ae found Administrator
lVe receiv- April 9> 191^
e is deal
Editor Call For Your Papers.
.sit to Due All persons who have left pap<
it pleasure;in :lie Clerk of Court's office, for
s. ZVI. A. ford, are earnestly requesd to call
a:m hand the same, regardless of whether f<
e. Tney are paid or unpaid.
iends and j Respectfully,
\1t. Joseph ! Jno. C. Goggans,
the pret- j Clerk of Court
, fine chic-1 Newberry, S. C., April 8th, 1914.
iriant pas- j
all these. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
id aggres- COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
s a town. B-' C. Schumpert, Esquire, Prob
oning Whereas, G. A. C. Wicker hath mi
DR suit to me, to brant him Letters of i
G OIL, a sur
aud hea.s ministration of the Estate of and
<]fects of J. W. Wicker.
S. There are therefore to cite and ;
dministra- monish all and singular the kind)
- " it-- t
remains in ana ureuiiors 01 mesaiu o. ?*.
y time be- deceased, that they be and appear
each year, fore me, in the Court of Probate, to
jate of the held ar. Xewberrv, S. C., on April 14
railed let- next after publication thereof, at
of admin- o'clock in the forenoon, to show cau
ount, upon if any they have why the said Adm
penditures istration should not be granted.
rt calendar Given under ray Hand, this 31st c
d and ap- of March Anno Domini, 1914.
with the C. C. Schumpert,
t, or otferer J. P. N. C
ieii? in automobile tcr,- <i,*l feed and ele<
tn triye you the running board?Or a
lent for a four- lamps?electric horn
He will hesitate t(
he highest quality, miles he knows tha
rhted. built and sold by us
rives y?u by tliose Only the niag-nitu
in will be astonish- makes the price pos
lich all the importthe
following list: ^
-Timken bearings Tonrin" Ca
iTely?long stroke, J.a?(lau.I!oa
st en bloc?enelos- ~?
[>tic rear springs? THK
ering and centre
)le rims, with exth
windshield? Delivery Ca
minated speedome- All Pric
he | TO DRAW JURY. *
re ; !
j Notice is hereby given that at 9 j
Cj o'clock a. m., April 24th, 191.4, in thai
office of the clerk of court, we, -the |
.Jur7 Commissioners, for Newberry j
i county, S. CM will openly and public-I y
er I iy draw the names of 36 men to serve y
1 as petit jurors at he court of Common J d
i Fleas, w *ch will convene at Xewber-! 7
Lid | ry, S. C., May 11th, 1914. j t<
t0 ^ -Tno. L. Euds. i ^
or: Eug. S. Werts, n
Jno. C. Goggans, ^
j Jury Commissioners for Newberry ?
County, S. C.
| April 13th, 1914. r
,nl NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT, n
; Notice is hereby given that the un- s
m_! dersigned will make a final settlement ^
of the estate of Warren D. Suber, de- b
zi ~ '
re_ i ceased, in the Probate Court of New- a
te- ! berry County South Carolina, on the j il
4lfj. dav of Mav 1914, at 11 o'clock in t
is- " ' - ,
the forenoon and will immediately | t
thereafter apply his discharge as ad- o
, ; ministrator of said estate. All persons
holding claims against said estate will
: present said duly attested on or before \
i that date.
Z. H. Suber, t
2r&| NOTICE TO DE.HOCK A TIC CLUBS. jj
In accordance wi>h the constitution |
^ - r>n r. I
; oi. tne uemocrauc pariy 01 ouum wi
^6S ! I
olina, The Democratic clubs of the * |
bounty of Newberry are hereby called j"
to meet at their respective places of ^
j meeting on Saturday, April 25th, 1914,
i for the purpose of reorganization.
? J At this meeting, in addtition to the
election of officers for the club, there
should be elected, one member from .
ate each -club to serve as a member of
the County Executive Committee for
lcje two years, and also delegates to the *
County Convention, which will con- *
j vene at Newberry Court House on
! Monday, May 4th, 1914. Each club is !
| entitled to one delegate for every
~ed i twen*y-five members and one delegate
.er | for a majority fraction thereof,
be-1 Any proposed new club snail meet |
be at the same time, for the same purth,
pose and*organization as the old clubs.
11 Secretaries will forward names of 1
se> i delegates to the County Convention to (
in. the Secretary at their earliest con- I
1 venience. |
jay FRED. H. DOMINICK, |
County Chairman. (
j FRANK R. HUNTER,
I. | Secretary. i
F. 0. B. DETROIT
ctric current indicator?clean
v fir. Dnvk hpst uaraholic
i and full supply of tools.
> put a price upon such a car
t his idea! h actually being
ide of Studebaker operations
r : $lo75
[IDE BAKE It FOLK
r $1100 I
es F. 0. B. Detroit. x
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OX EARTH,' SAYS A GRATEFUL
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omeone told nee about Dr. Kilmer's
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-Vest Main St. Portland, Ind.
1 -x 1 ? ^ t/-v Viofnro mfl
bUDScnueu anu s?vuin iu ^
his 12th day of July, 1909.
C. A. Bennett,
*T' ? Notary Publics
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamtcn, N. Y.
5rr.vft What Swamp-Root Will Do For
Send 10 cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
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vill also receive a booklet of valuable
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md bladder. When writing, be sure
ind mention The Herald and News,
Cewberry, S C. Regular 50 cent and
51.00 size bottles for sale at all drug
m ill H FOI5UN
actually million w
v^t~T*9Z&y is and millions of \
r1 from one or two that T
r and into the blood, f,
j DR. SELL'S f
j Antiseptic Salve \
? applied right away would have killed those few K
r germs ana kept these millions from being born. T
A To hare & 25c. box of this salve ready for em?r> A
f gencies, ask for Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Sate*. P
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