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THE NKWS OF WHITMIBE.
Jfany People Who Are doming and
(ioina" in a Live and Progressive
Special o The Herald and News.
Whitmire, June 4.?Mr. Percy Ferguson,
who has been very ill with pellagra,
was taken to the State asylum,
z\: Columbia, Wednesday. He was accompanied
by Dr. H. K. Boyd.
Mr. He..'ry Miller, Mr. Hugh Leaman,
Mr. Clough Rice, Miss Frances
nice ana miss iaa tsrannon, spent xne
week-end at C^ronaca. visiting 'Miss
It is a great pleasure for the friends
of Miss Alma Lupo to hear that she
will bp \vi h us in the high school another
Mrs. S. A. Jeter left Monday for
Due West To attend the commencenie
t exercises of Due West college.
Her daughter. Miss Frances Jeter,
will graduate his y*ar.
Miss Sara C:ok, \vho has been visiting
Mrs. J. M. Finney, has returned
to her home in Clinton.
Mr. White Fant, of Xewberrv, was
in town Tuesday.
?.lr. Hassell Miller spent Sunday in
Kinards T'isiting one of our former
*eaciiers, Miss Druc^e Smith.
fMr. Claude Smith came home 0:1
'^business Sunday evening and returned
to Piedmont Sunday night.
Miss Lena Young has been very ill j
"but is now able to be up again.
Miss Emmie Duncan was in town
Mr. ana -virs. a. smjDiie are iiuvr
visi ing Mrs. E. C. Xance. They are
expecting to make W-hfrmire their
iiome for the summer.
Rev. Wylie, of Union, is carrying
on a revival meeting in the -old mill
Mrs. J. M. Fridy and son, Carlisle,
J>are in Gray Court, visiting Mrs. T. W.
Munnerlyn, who is a daughter of Mrs.
v Fridy. (Mrs. Fridy has been to Columbia
attending the Woman's Missionary
Miss Susie Owens, of Clinton, arrived
Wednesday from Rock Hill,
where she has been attending rhe com
ciencemnit exercises of Winthrop college.
She is visiting Miss Mat'.ie Dun-can.
Dr. and 'Mrs. P. B. Hilton are in
Rutherford on, X. C., visiting Mrs. Hil-1
Mrs. Z. H. Suber lef: Wednesday for
Kershaw for a visit her sister, Mrs.
D. Truesdell. f
T\5r> A P. Hurt has 'bough: a Hup
jSr. Claude Gilliam is in Piedmont
Dr. H. W. Tidmarsh has returned
from Charlotte and will practice here
during the summer.
There is a comp) ?te change being
:made in the company s ore. The dry
goods and millinery department has
been moved upstairs, and rhey have
.-a cashier and cashier's office.
W/->eo rnrfrui wn? in town Tugs
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day and Wednesday.
THE NEWS OF POXARIA.
Prof. Reiser Will >ot Return as Principal
of School?Some Sickness.
Students Coming: Home.
."Special to The Herald and News.
Pomaria, Jure 8.?The grain crop
-around here was fairly good?oats
muck bet er than whea'.
Mr. Geo. B. Aull attended the old
soldiers reunion at Anderson, and reports
a very pleasant time.Miss
Lula Crooks of t'ne New Hope
community, is the gues: of Miss Lois
Mr. Thos. A. Sexier spent a portion
'Of last week with relatives in Anderson.
Mrs. J. W. Ligon, of Lagrange, Ga..
is visiting the family cf Mr. B. M.
Mr. M. C. Rivers, of Columbia, paid
another visit near here Saturday and
Mrs. J J. Hentz and children have
gone to Clinton, where they will spend
. J. week win relatives. They will also
visit at Whitmire before they return
Col. Jno. F. Hobbs, of Xew York,
spent the week witi Mr. R. H. Hipp
Miss Louise Counts has gone to
Long Lane to spend a few weeks with
.her sister, Mrs. J. C. Baker.
JZQr. Jno. K. Linn, of the .Theologi
\22.} .seminary ac Philadelphia is visiting
Jiere. He preacied at St. Ma tthews
on Sunday, and on the second
Sunday will preach at Bethlehem in
.the morning and Pomaria in tie af:ernoon.
The people of the Bethlehem charge
are very grateful to Dr. A. J. Bowers
of Newberry college for the kindness
shown "by bioa in supplying their
^charge and preaching some of his
ablest sermons during the vacancy
of their pastorate.
Mr. Alber: Wilson has gone to Due
".Vest to be present ac the graduating
exercises o: "his sister, 'Miss Kate TYil
Mr. Arthur Counts is attending
commencement a; Due Wes:. Miss
Janie Hentz, who teaches in that college
is expected to return with him
and spend the summer with her par
cuts. Dr. and Mrs. Heirz.
Mr. C. A. Pinner, of Horse, X. C.,
who has spen: two years in the medical
college at Charleston, will assist
I his brother, Dr. Z. T. Pinner, in his
i practice this summer. He is located
i at Peak.
Mrs. C. T. Wooten, of Aianta, Ga.,
\is visiting in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carson, of Vir- j
j ginia, are visi ing at Mr. J. P. Setz- j
j ier s. j
Mr. Thomas Epting, after spending J
a few weeks with Mr. G. .1. Wilson, !
has returned to his home in Texas. 1
Mrs. Jno. A. Summer, Mrs. W. C.!
Summer and Mrs. Bessie Kibler spent j
Wednesday at Mrs. B. M. Se zler's.
I The following students have re'
turned home or are expected to re;
turn in a few days from the various
colleges: from Mc. Amoena, X.
| Miss Ida Mae Setzler and Miss Catherine
Hentz; from Clifford seminary,
Union, Miss Hentz; from Rock Hill, j
Miss Ida Young; from Newberry, Miss j
(Miss E;hel Seybt has closed her
school at Nesmith, Bamberg county,
and is at home to spend the summer.
Prof. W. A. Reiser, who so successfully
conducted the high school
here, will leave in a few days for
Home at Uiyo, <ja. rroi. xt-eiser mtuie
many 'friends during the nine months
he has spent in our town and it is a
source of regret that he has declined
reelection for the next school
Mr. G. Breaker Seizler, of the University
of Virginia, is expected home
in a few days. ,
i_ - 1 ~ J J 1 ^;A1,
mere nas ueen a guou ueai uj. siu.n.ness
in and around Pomaria for the
past few weeks. Mrs. B. B. Ricahrdson,
who has been sick for the past
four months, is able to be up and out
again; Mr. T. E. Stcne's family have
recovered from measles; Mrs. Jno. D.
Shealy has been in bed for quite a
A?r11? imnrATnyKJ" 1YTQC
VV iiliC, UUl IS aivnij nut/iwuuj),
ter Lonnie Shealy, who had a serious
case of lock-jaw, caused by an immense
splin'.er in b\s foot, is recuperating.
Mr. G. J. Wilson has a plum tree
that has peaches on one side and
plums on the other. If this is a
x ^ ~ ?1. nf- ~~* ^
mystery to yi;u, hsk an. ?v usuu explain
JThe writer intended ;o give the
public an idea cl he road work done
in Xos. 11 and 10 townships by the
county gang of late, but lack of time
will 'force him to wait until the next |
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DENIES M'LAURIN STORY
Tillman Says He Didn't Say Blease's
Election Was Price of Peace.
News and Courier.
Washington, June 4.?When asked if
he had any comment to make upon the
recent public refereace io nimseit dj |
Gubernational Candidate John L. Mc.-1
Laurin, Senator Tillman this afternoon J
dictated the following sta'ement:
"I have jus: seen a telegram from
The News and Courier to its correspondent
here saying McLaurin has
made a public statement *o this effect:
'I am glad that Sena or Tillman
has reached the conclusion that peace
can only come through the election, |
no: the defeat, of Governor Biease, j
and that his candidate, Richards, has i
declared for Governor Biease.'
"To say I am surprised, very much
surprised, does no: express my feelings.
I have not given out any such
ond Viqvp nr>f hari anv such i
thought. I ain sure that whatever j
j may be Mr. Richards' attitude he will j
' roo-rpt pvpr havine- declared for Gov- !
ernor Blease. Whether peace will i
come by Governor Blease's defeat or
not, I know the S ate's good name
will be preserved and we will have a j
"better senato here than if Blease is !
sent to Washington. 1
"Of course. 'McLaurin is swinging,
on to Blease's coat tail in a desper-j
ate hope that he will thus be pulled j
through and eiec'ed governor, bu: as j
I predicted some months ago, there |
is no hope for him ever recovering j
the confidence of the people o: South
Carolina until he has explained his
past misdeeds and sins.
"r otv> cat-jcfior? thsf- if Smi'h I
bears himself like 'a mail' that this j
open alliance between Blease and Mc- j
Laurin will only help to bury both of
them. Had McLaurin followed my advice
and exposed Bleaseism, iis utter
selfishness, i:s lack of catholicity of
I spirit and statesmanship, he would j
have stood some chance of 'comin? |
back' in the future, for ke would have j
j atoned for his betrayal of the people
of the State. But now there is uo
earthly chance tor him whatever
Blease does. T believe this alliance |
I between the lwo will cause Governor i
i Blease to go down to defeat rnor?'
vor CANNOT SERVE TOO BIG A|
o: our ice cream. It is so dainty in '
appearance, so delicious in flavor j
that no one can resist eating e^en
the largest dish of it. And our "ce
cream is as good as it looks and
tastes. Only the purest of ma'erials
are used, only the most sanitary meth- i
ods employed in the making.
Mayes' Drug Store
Phone 133 >ewherry, S. C.
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tha; part of the time I was unable
t? work. Tried several remedies,
also different physicians without relief.
A sample of Dr. Kilmer's SwampRoot
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am now cured. Am sixty-two years of
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My wife also was cured by Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root. Symptoms were
very serious, including hemorrhages, i
great pain and distress. I commenced
giving her .Swamp-Root and it was
just as healing in her case. We can
heartily recommend your Swamp-Roo:
;o all kidney sufferers.
Very truly yours,
H. . GRiIFFlTH,
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
a Notary Public, this 'the Sth, day of
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y.
Pro e What Swamp-Root Will Do Foi
Send 10 cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Bingnampton, X. Y., for a sample size J
beetle. It will convince anyone, xou ;
will also receive a booklet of valuable
information, telling about the kidneys
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and mention The Herald and News,
Newberry, S C. Regular 50 cent and
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NOTICE FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that we will
make final settlement, as administrators,
on the estate of H. H. Folk, deceased,
in. the probate court for Newberry
county at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
June 25th, 1914, and immediately
thereafter apply for-, letters dismissory
as such administrators. J
All persons having claims against!
said estate will present them duly attested
on or before that date.
C. M. Folk,
T. W. Folk,
For Tranwo^d sehool. Salary $40
per month. Term eight mon:hs. Send
Geo. A. Epting,
J. R,obert Long,
Oscar H. Abrams,
Newberry, S. C., R. F. D. 3.
ff lUtllJL V i |
SCHOLARSHIP AND ENTRVCE
The examination ror tne ward of
vacan: scholarships in Win:hrop Col- j
lege and for the admission of new .
students will be held at the County
Court House on FHday, July 3, at 9
a. m. Applicants must not be less
t-nn .1 uivfoan voara nf turd Whpn
blUCCil J V^M,A kj w*. T > ? V-.
Scholarships are vacant after July 3
tbey will be awarded to those making
the highest average at this examination,
provided they meet the conditions
governing the award. Appli
cants for Scholarships should write to |
President Johnson before the exami-j
na:ion for Scholarship examination |
Scholarships are worth $100 and
' free tuition. The next session will
iopen September 1G, 1014. F : further;
Some days a\
Shp resolved tr
session, and w;
Wouia it in
dime or nickel
a month and s
have saved in
your money v
those who war
o n rl nofa'lnp'np nrldrp^fll
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Pres. D. B. Jotuson, Rock Hill, S. C.
NOTICE 0> ELECTION IN O'NEALL
DISTRICT NO. 16.
Whereas, one-third or the resident
electors and a like proportion of the
resident freeholders of the age of
21 years, of O'Neall school U'strict
No. 16, of the county of Newberry
State of 8ou:h Carolina, have filed a
petition with the County Board of Ed
ucation of Newberry County, South
Carolina, petitioning and requesting
that an election be held in said school
district )n the question of levying a
special annual tax of :wo mills to be
collected on the property located in :
the said school district. j
*o a person brought to us c
she had saved during the pas
) save every dime that came
as agreeably surprised at th
? * +
s dimes are now working t
PARTMENT, making mo
t every day.
3t be a good plan for you
or penny that comes to you
ee the result. Then depoj
l our SAVINGS DEPARTI
rill draw interest. We fu
Newberry, S. C.
ry, Fountain Pens,
, Ivory Fans 25c to
tionery, Poems, Gift
ny other useful articl
tig Silver, Cut Glass,
'ictures, Mirrors, Orn.
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g L9UUAC, LiiV,.
le before you buy.
IR GOODS FOR SAME M<
9 Book and O ?
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?sow, therefore, the undersigned,
composing r.he County Board of Education
for Newberry County, Sout'i
Carolina. do hereby order the Board
of Trustees of the O'Neall School
District No. 16, to hold an election on
the said question of levying a two
mill tax to be collected oa the
property located In the said
school district, which said eleci
tion shall be -held at O'Neall
school house, in said school district
NTo. 16, on Saturday, June 13th,
1914, at which said election the polls
snail be opened at 7 a. m. and closed
" ^ TM-> /-\ AmKarc r\P f Vio A-O V f\
tl. t p. iXl. x lie mcaiu^io ui wt*.* v. |
of trustees 'of said school district shall j
ac: as managers of said election. Only j
?:.ich -leoiovs as reside in said school1
>ver $30.00 in 1
t few months. ^
5 into her pos- ^
e result of her , j
or her in our
>re money by j
to save every
i? Try it for
sit what you
rnish banks to
, Fancy I
district and return real or personal
property for taxation, and who exhibit
their :ax receipts and registration certificates
as required in general elections,
shall be allowed to vote. Electors
favoring the repeal of such tax
shall cast a ballot containing the
word "Yes" written or printed thereon,
ind each elector opposed to repealing
auch tax shall cast a ballot contain
ing the word "No" written or printed
Given under our Lands and seal on
May 23, 1914.
Ge>o. D. Brown,
S. J. Derrick,
.T ?? Whaplpr
County Board of Education ?<jr Newberry
Coun'y, S. C.