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Ralnsford a Hmdidate tor Peniteutiary
The friends of Hon. Tnomas H.
Rainsford. of Edgefield, formerly a
member of the lower house of the
legislature, and a terwards elected
county senator, will urge his election
at the present session of the general
assembly, to fill one of the vacancies
in the directorate of the State penitentiary.
Mr. Rains-ford is a highly
beloved, honorable, influential and
substantial citizen, and his election
to this important post will greatly
gratify all Kdegneld county.
Lutheran C-hurcn Visitor, 14th.
St. Luke's congregation near Prosperity,
S. C., Rev. P>. W. Cronk, pastor
is making the addition of i Sunday
school annex to the church. The
annex will be 40 feet by 30 feet in
. >:ze and provided with partitions for
i>.?veral class rooms. The annex will
be so arranged that most of it can
be thrown into the main auditorium.
The plan provides for building a large
handsome auditorium some time in the
future, when more favorable condi
European War Sonsr.
The following s~ng, "It's a Long.
Long Way to Tipperary,'' has become
very popular with the armies of the
allies in the great European conflict,
and has been adopted as their war
Uo to miefctv London came an Irish
man one day,
As the streets are paved with gold
sure ev'ryone was gay;
Singing songs of Piccadilly, Strand
and Leicester Square,
Till Paddy got excited, then he shouted
to them there: ?
Its a long way to Tipperary,
It's a long way to go;
It's a long way to Tipperary,
To the sweetest girl I know!
Farewell, Leicester Square,
It's a long way to Tipperary,
But ray heart's right there!
Paddy wrote a letter to his Irish
Saying, "Should you not receive it,
write and let me know!
If I make mistakes in spellin', Mol- j
ly, dear," said fee,
"Remember it's the pen that's bad,
dcn't lay the blame on me."
Molly wrote a neat reply to Irish
Saying, "Mike Maloney wants to marry
me, and so
Leave the Strand and Piccadilly, or
you'll be to blame,
For love has fairly drove me sillyhoping
you're the same!"
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
*rv<? old Standard ceneral strengthening tonic.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chiy TONIC, drives out I
Malaria.enriches the blood.and builds up the system.
A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c
Will cure your Rhemnatisi
Neuralgia, Headacbes _ramp
Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cms :ir>
Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Ins< c
Etc Antiseptic Anodyitc, usee i
ternally and externally. Price ' " ?
"Gets-t" 2 Drops,
The Only Sure Ender of all Corn.
Desrperate, are you, ovti trying to
get rid of cours? Quit using old formulas
under new names, bandages,
winding tapes and cotton rings that
make a fat little package out of your j
This Is the Grio of the Ha dot. Coralc*s
Footemity of "GETS-if."
fcoe. Quit punishing your feet fry
using toe-eating sal-ves and ointments.
To use knives, files, scissors and
razors, slicing and hacking at a corn
only makes it grow faster and bagger.
It also brings danger of bleeding and
blood poison. The new way, the cornhistory,
is "GETS-IT." It's a liquid?
2 drops on a corn does the work.
Pain goes, fbe com begins to shrivel
J "Wv*t orvrklv it in
etuu. uui it wuiw. a vwi ?
tow seconds. Nothing to stick, nothing
to hurt, and it never fails.
Try "GETS-IT" tonight on corns,
calus^s, warts or bunions. !
"GETPS-IT" is sold "by druggists;
everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent direct
by E .Lawrence & Co., Chicago.
"GETS-IT" is sold in Newberry by
W. G. Mayes, P. E. Way, and Gilder
HISTORY CRRSS ROA
October 4, Brother B. P.
Anril it tgoo. Rmther F
- _I _ _, - -/1 ?
lecture on Laymen's mover
August 22, 1909, Broth
morning, Brother B. P. Mi
the meeting was protracte(
preaching. Two united wit
March 6, 1910, Brother
preached, and accepted the
August 21, 1910, meetin.
mire, of Laurens, assisting
Church by experience. Br<
Maggie Kempson, Miss E
September 3, 1910, Broth
1 1 \\rc* to rAr?Ai'.' K\r
1111 nv^rv *v vi ^ i ? v^u ijj
Delegates were elected tc
W. Q. Watkins, L. H. Sen
October 16, 1910, Brothe
at a salary of $275.
January 1, 1911, two wer
April 2, 1911, a committ
A. L. Dominick and L. H.
Saluda Church to make arr;
October 15 TQii, Brothe
December 17, 1911, W.
with a committee from each
nut, to borrow money to pa
Marrh t7 tot^ Rrnthe
* , - y ,
ignation and it was accepte<
ed his farewell sermon.
May 5, 1912, Rev. R. E.
der of the year.
August 4, 1912, meeting
ney doing the preaching,
and Sister Lila Darnell Wil
February 16, 1913, Brotl
called for the year.
August 17, 1913, meeting
tor, good meeting but no a<
September 7, 1913, deleg
at Whitmire. On account <
at the place appointed, bul
Church at Newberry. J. !
Watkins, J. L. Sanders, I
were instructed to invite t
Roads in 1914. It was agai
but was referred to the exe
December 7, 1913, the Ch
to have the Church covered
The Church has been covei
on March 21, 1914, Union
. 1 fTi-1.1 -
teresnng ana proiiiauie.
June 7, 1914, J. S. Domi
sociation to meet with this
lowing the centennial whic
1914, and the present occasi
As I have endeavored to
the first' half- of this century
of the representatives of th<
recognize these, a part of
hope, died fully in the faith,
Brother William Goggan:
1 i- 1 - /~1? - j--' 1 D_
numuie ^.nrisuans, anu jl>i
wife, Sister Martha, alwa;
every duty imposed upon th
(Spearman, always steady ai
his heart. Rev. Ri E. Wh
constant in prayer. Broth<
his sister, Mrs. Julian Whit(
his wife, Clayton Hill, Broi
S. Floyd, both of whom \
workers and helps indeed to
er Eugene Leavell who wa
who nrp now livinp" and COi
same faith and order, could
cords show they have help
Others are striving to ho
Church, and we trust and ]
to the end. And when it
passed on and those who a
IIIUSC Y\ IIU die IU iUHUVV,
realms of bliss, and shout
and praise and glorify His
made with hands eternal in
I ? ,
Should Have Their
Examined before being taxed
study. Detects may be remecn
then that if left alone may cat]
ninch distress in after years.
Dr. F. C. Martin
Office above Anderson's D
)R ONE HUNDRED YEARS
ED PROM PAFE 3.)
Mitchell was called for 1909.
>obo of Laurens gave an interesting
er J. T. Sanders preached in the
itchell the pas. in the afternoon.
i, Brother L. B. White doing the
:h the Church.
L. S. Shealy, having been called,
g was protracted. Brother Studethe
pastor and one was add to the
Dther I.)wight Smith and wife, Mrs.
thel Darnell, were granted letters,
er J. S. Dominick and Mrs. Fannie
) the association: J. S. Dominick,
n, H. B. Lindsay, Robert Watkins.
r L. S. Shealy was called for 1911,
*e added to the Church by letter,
ee was appointed, W. H. Sanders,
Senn, were to meet a committee of
angements to build a parsonage for
r L. S. Shealy was called for 1912,
H. Sanders was appointed to act
of the Churches Saluda and Chest.y
r L. S. Shealv tendered his res1
On March 31, 1912, he preachJohnson
was called for the remain
was protracted Brother C. CourtTwo
were received by experience
liams was granted a letter.
ier G. r. Asbill preached and was
r protracted, preaching by the pasdditions.
ates were elected to the association
of rain the association did not meet
t met later with the First Baptist
S. Dominick, L. H. Senn, W. Q.
^angdon Dominick delegates who
he association to meet with C ross
in offered to the Whitmire brethren
urch asked Brother W. H. Sanders
and collect money to pay for same.
-prl with mpfal shincrlps; qinre and
met with the Church. It was innick
was authorized to ask the asChurch
on September, 1914, folh
this brings us to September 24,
give some of the representatives of
, I will also endeavor to give a few
i last half. And many will readily
whom have passed away, and we
and are now in the Sweet Fields'of
5 and his wife, beautiful, meek and
other Silas Walker and his good
ys prompt and ready to perform
lem by the Church. Brother C. B.
id quiet and truly without guile in
ite who was full of the spirit and
^r Elijah Wells, and his wife and
?, William Gibson, John C. Hill and
ther G. W. L. Spearman and John
lave left their impress as faithful
the old mother Church, also Broth-.
s cut off so suddenly. Many also
mected with other Churches of the
[ he mentioned; but the Church re>eu
as they linger 011 the stage of
Id up the record of the old mother
>rav they may be faithful and true
1 1 1
is tinisneci; may tnose wno nave
re now on the stage of action, and
be permitted to meet together in
together "'Hozanna to Our King"
Name forever, in that Mansion not
J. R. Irwin.
?[ Take Liv-Ver-Laj
*1 j And Feel Well
Don't suffer from the ill effects c
an. inactive liver, such as headache
indigestion, constipation, lack of en
ky ergy and low spirits, when for a littl
ed money you can get a remedy of prove
Lse j merit. GRIGSBY S LIV-YEB-LA]
will get your liver rright and let yo
j enjoy better health and "brighter spir
Jits. LIY-VISK-JLAA. acts naturally ei
1 fectively. Has none of the dangers an
1S" bad after effects of calomel. Sol
under an absolute money refund guar
antee at 50c and $1 a bottle. Eac
bottle is protected by the likeness c
L. K. Grigsby. For sale by Gilder i
ms ran wis f
J? . 1 HZ I.K.. Ilf.^
rnysicaiiy ana memaiiy vvuni
Out?Teils How Nervous
and Crying' Spells Were
Ended by Vinof.
Monmouth, 111.:?"I was weak, wornout
and nervous. I had no appetite and i
was getting so thin and discouraged, '
one day I just broke down and cried (
when a friend came in and asked me *
what was the matter. I told of my i
condition and how nothing I took seemed '
to do me any good. Vinol was suggested, i,
I got a bottle and before it was half ]
gone I could eat and sleep well. 11
continued its use and now my friends !(
say I look ten years younger, and I am ;
well, healthy anH strong. I wish I |'
could induce every tired-out, worn-out, i 3
nervous woman to take vinoi."?Mrs.
Harriet Gale, Monmouth, 111. ,
There are many over-worked, tiredout
careworn, nervous women in this \
vicinity who need the strengthening,
tissue Duilding, and vitalizing effects of (
Vinol, our delicious cod liver and iron
tonic, and so sure are we that it will i
build them up and make them strong
that we offer to return their money
if it fails to benefit.
Vinol is a delicious preparation of the
extract of cod liver oil and peptonate of ,
iron and contains no oil.
GILDER AND WEEKS DRUGGISTS '
NEWBERRY, S. C. !
3OTIC & OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. |
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
will make final settlement
of the estate of Mrs. Jane A. Montgomery,
deceased, in the probate court
for Newberry county, State of Soutn
Carolina, on 'Saturday, February 20th, j.
1915, at 11 o'clock in the fofenoon.' (
and will immediately thereafter ap
ply to the judge of probate of New- j
berry county for a final discharge. J
All persons indebted to the said estate j.
will make immediate settlement with '
the undersigned, and all persons hold- j
ing claims against the said estate will
present the same duly attested.
Mrs. H. C. Bouknight,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
'Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned as Guardian of Thomas M.
Fellers, a minor, will make final set- 1
tlement on tee estate of said minor <
in the probate court for Newberry <
county on February 19, 1915, at 11 1
o'clock in the forenoon and immediately
thereafter apply for letters dismissory
as such guardian. -All persons
holding claims against said estate will
nracant camp Hulv attested, before
that date and all persons indebted to
said estate will make payment.
J. L. Fellers,
January 16, 1913.
I have received the appointment as
home demonstration agent of the girls'
canning club of 'Newberry county. (
Realizing the wonderful possibilities!
to be unfolded in my field of labor'1
cannot hope to accomplish th^se alone.
The goal can only be reached by cooperation
from each and every one.
I shall gladly render any service at
TCillio \Tno "Wisp.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
your druggist will refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching, i
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.
The first application gives Ease and Rest. 50c.
Long Distance calls for t
radius of several hundred
"In less than one hou
(f of flour at a total cost to
"Since then we have a
e Bell Telephone to every fe
d most profitable results.
? | rates are reasonable and i
j in one Long Distance Ts
! a dozen letters"
SOUTHERN BELL TI
h, AND TELEliKAfil I
BOX 163, COI
TOUR CORN Will YASISH
in a few days if you will use our corn
sure as directed. And going to the
Dther extreme our scalp lotion will
remove dandruff just as Quickly ana
effectively. Those are only two of
:he good things to be had at this
Irug store. We'll tell you the others
you ask. v
Mayes' Drug Store
Phone 138. Ne^erry, S. C.
Great Kidney Remedy Saves
Two Children in One Family
About one year ago two of ray children
suffered badly from vttak kidneys.
They would have se\iere spells
of dizziness and were all run down in
health. I was just about discouraged.
I tried several remedies ind finally
a. doctor, but they did not seem to im
prove. I knew of a friend who was
taking Swamp-Root for kidney trouble
with good results and I decided to get
some for the children. I had noticed
that there was some improvement after
fl'n-ey had taken two large bottles
and continued to give it to them until
they had taken one-hal: dozen bottles
and were well on the road to recovery.
I think Dr. Kilmer's *c/wam<p-Root has
done more for my children than any
other medicine I liaive tried and recommend
it to anyone having children
that suffer as mine d|d.
Very truly yours,
R. W. Lisenby,
Personally -ppeared before me, tfnis
2nd day otf July.. 1909, R. W. Lisenby,
who subscribed to the above statement
and made oath that, the same is
true in substance and fact.
A. W. Lisenby,
- Notary Public.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Bingbamton, 3f. T.
Proye What Swamp-Root Will Do For
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size
will also receive a boooklet of valuable
information, telling about the
kidneys and bladder. When writing
be sure and mention The Herald and
News. Regular fifty-cent and onedollar
size bottles for sale at all drug
I of its Value
"One of our sales?
men demonstrated the
value of the Long Distance
Telephone to us.
He was at Huntsville,
Ala., and upon his own
responsibility put in
ifteen merchants within a
r he had sold 2100 barrels
us of less than six dollars.
ipplied the Long Distance
mature of our business with
The service is fine, the
there is more satisfaction
:!ephone talk than in half
X'MBIA, S. C.
I or an authorized agent will be at
the following places for the purpose
of taking returns of personal property
for the fiscal year, 1915.
Newberry January 1, to January 7. *1
Whitmire, Thursday, January 7. li
Glenn Lowry Manufacturing Co., '
Friday, January 8.
Kinards, Saturday morning, January
Newberry, Saturday afternoon, January
9, and Monday, January 11.
Jolly Street, Tuesday, January 12. Wt
Pomaria, Wednesday, January 13. |
Little Mountain, Thursday, January
Prosperity, Friday, January 15.
Newberry, Saturday, January 16.
Longshores, Monday, until 12 o'clock
a. m. January 18.
Silverstreet, Monday afternoon, January
Chappells, Tuesday, January N&? -J
P. N. Boozer's Store, Wednesday, m.
January 20. Wl
St. Lukes. Thursday, January 21. ||
O'Nealls, Friday, January 22.
Newberry. Saturday, January 23.
vhin.ton Monday. January 25.
And at Newberry until February 20th. A
inclusive, after which date a penalty of 1
50 per cent, will be added against all 1
persons, firms and corporations faiting |
to make returns.
. I refer you to Sec. 299 of the Code
oif Laws of South Carolina. "Every
person required by law to list property
shall annually, between the first
day of January and the 20th day -f
February, make out and deliver to the \
auditor of the county in which the Jfl
property is, by law, to be returned for
taxation, a statement, verified by oath,
all of the real estate Vakfo has been J
sold or transferred since the last Sj
listment of property for which he was
r^snonsible. and to whom, and of all
the personal property possessed by mwji
him, or under his controll, on the 1st
day of January of each year* either as
owner, agent, parent, fausband, guar-BM
dian, executor, administrator, trustee*|J|
receiver, officer, partner, factor, om?|||
holder, with the value thereof, on sajB|||W
1st day of January, at tJbe place of i^KjliK
turn, estimated according to the rajHH
prescribed by law: Provided, That MmBB
returns & the following agriculti*|l|||B
products, to wit: Corn, cotton, wl?^|^H
oats, rice, peas and long forage ^B|;p|s|||
on the day specified by law sh
the amounts actually
AUgU&l. J.SU, '. r LVj-n11''1"'1
the date of said return:?
ed further, That this
tc such products as are . I
the han-is of the producer
Which statement shall setWis!|fi$jMpj
The number of horses and t^B I
The number of neat cauie and
The number oi mules and asses and '
their value. jfl
The number of sheep and goats an;} Jft
their value. |||||
T>'^ number of hogs and their
(I he value of gold and silver
and num'ber of goM and silver watSyand
The number of pianofortes, mefl IJ fl
eons, and cabinet organs and thWw!}il
The number of carriages, buggie^^H
wagons, carts, drays, bicycles, and au?$f?
tomobiles and their value. Ipiff
Number and value of dogs.
The value of goods, merchandise,^?
moneys, and credits, pertaining to his
business as a merdbant. ^|||
The value of materials received, us- mm
ed or provided to be used in his busi^Bjg
ness as a manufacturer.
The value of machinery, engine? m||
tools, fixtures and implements use? ill
he used in his business?!?
VI y* w ? ?vivv? vV- ? ? .
as a manufacturer, and all manufjictur-Bfj
ed articles on hand one year or more. VH
T:e value of moneys, including bank S
bills and circulating notes.
The value of ail credits.
T!:e value of investments in stodks
of any company or corporation out of
tfcis State, except National banks.
The value of all investments in
ovpont bonds of the United
WVUUO, V/^WJL/ V
States and this State expressly exempted
from taxation. I
.The value of all other property, including
All male persons between tfoe ages .
of 21 to 60 years, except Confederate
soldiers, or those persons incapable ^
of earning a support from being maimed
or from any other cause, are liable
to pay poll tax of one dollar.
The law requires a tax on all gross
incomes in excess of $2500.
Do not ask that your property be
taken from the tax duplicate the same
as last return. Name of township
and school district must be given.
Eugene S. Werts,
I will be in the auditor's office every
Saturday during the month of January
to receive applications.
The board is called to meet the first
Monday in February and March to
consider these applications.
J. W. Reagin,
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