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SOLDIERS ARE BEING HUERfED
| THROUGH BELGIUM.
B Petrograd Dispatches Claim That
Kussians Are Holding Their Own
H in Jiorcii I'oland.
K London, 'Feb. 26.?Continued prog-1
V i-ess which the French claim to be 1
making iu tht Champagne district ani j
the pressure wcich the allies, withoutj
H attemprng any great offensive, are
declared to be bringing to bear on the |
* in txtPit havp accord- !
fviciii au >mc *u mc
ing to news received from Holland,
induced the Germans to make another
effort in the west before the '
\ lied forces reach their maximum;
By day and night, Dutch newspapers |
say, big motor cars loaded with Ger- j
man soldiers, are currying through
Belgium to the west and troops sent !
to Northern Belgium are going back to
the trenches. The fact that some of j
the troops now passing through Bel- I
gium come from the eastern frontier!
\ suggests to military observers that the |
Germans have decided they can &old :
" .the Russians while the Germans are j
carrying out their new offensive in the j
The silence of the German general j
* staff, which today simply said there
3iad 'been no change on either front,
is taken in London as confirmation
that some big move is under way. It
is declared the allies are displaying no
uneasiness. They believe softness of
the ground must hamper the Germans
and that although all the new troops of
the allies are not ready they can repel
any new attack.
^ During the last few days t'.:e British
improved their positions in the
region" o? LaBasse, while t":e French
report further progress in the vicinity
of Perthes and in the Argonne and repeated
destruction by their artillery
of (German guns and trenches.
In the east a big battle along tr.e
Russian fortres line, which follows
rivers almost the whole way from the
Baltic to the Carpathians, still is undecided.
The same is true also of the
battles in the Carpathians and in Bukowina.
Petrograd dispatches, however,
claim teat the Russians are more
than holding their own in north and j
central Poland and that in the Car- j
pathians they are making such a i
steadv advance that not only the Hun- ;
garian, but t':?e -Austrian armies fight*
ing in Bukowina are threatened.
Xo . urther news has reached London
of the bombardment of the Dardanelles
forts hy the allied fleet, but it is believed
here the warships w-ill continue
their attacks until the straits are
forced. Having destroyed the outer
fortifications the entrance to t?-e waterway
is being c.eared of mines pre'v
paratory to an attack on the inner
Iforts. One effect of the preliminary
+>.?' /iiiioc in tho Darde
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nelles was a drop of .several points
. in the price of 'wheat on the Liver^
* To Invade German Territory.
A serious invasion of German southp
west Africa 'by the union of South \
A rican forces now is under way.,
Troops, which landed in Walfiscn- and J
Luderitz Bay, are ad-vancing along the !
railways from those ports to the main I
(line, which runs nortn and south;
through virtually the whole length of
the colony, while another force is con-1
^pntratine- in Northern Cape Colony to!
advance from the south.
I* Gen. Botha Js leading the forces
which advanced 1 rom Wal-fisoi Bay
and is directing their operations. In
a speech to his troops Gen. Botha said
the campaign would continue until the
1 German colony was conquered, and he
I assured them also that the rebellion
' in the Union was being quelled. He
said his troops would be joined by
strong reinforcements, which would
make their success certain.
^ No further losses as a result of the
'German submarine and mine block- J
aae have been reported.
Premier Asquith is expected to mako
a statement in the house of commons
Monday outlining the steps which the
allies have decided upon in retaliation
against German's sea war zone.
X READY FOR THE GOVERNOR.
Mansion is Overhauled toy Legislative
/ Columbia, Feb. 26.?The legislative
/ committee, which has in charge the
^ matter of repairs to the Governor's
mansion, has completed its work and
is ready to turn the mansion over to
the Governor. The committee overhauled
the inside of the mansion and
did a considerable amount of needed
repairing. Dr. George W. Dick, of
Surnter, who was a member of the
committee, said today that they were
^AT'or o mnnqiati to
icauj tv luiu^u vi wav ~~ ? ?
A MONTH * I.AVt
Has Hi'on Sigurd by Manning:
and ?111 Jieconic Elective on
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Jl|:?e "gallon a moniu aci ui ui:
general assembly under the bill looking
to have South Carolina receive the
benefits of the Webb-Kenyon act has
been signed by Gov. Manning.
| The text of the act follows:
"Be it -enacted by the general assembly
of the State o.. South Carolina:
"Section 1. /Ihat it shall be unlawful
for any person, firm, corporation
or company to ship, transport or convey
any intoxicating liquors from a
point without this State into this Stat<>
or from one point to another in this
Statp fnr flip nnrnose of delivery, or
to deliver the same to any person,
'irm; corporation or company within
this State, or for any person, firm,
corporation or company to receive or
be in possession o any spirituous,
vinous, fermented, or malt liquors or
beverages containing more than 1 per
cent of alcohol, for his, hers, its or
their own use, or for the use o.' any
other person, firm or corporation, except
as hereinafter pro.ided. /
"Sec. 2. Any person may order
^ nAint 11T1 t. '"/M1 t
iillQ rtJUClv't; Hum any pui m mv-vuthe
State not execeeding one gallon
within any calendar month, for his or
[her personal use. of spirituous, vinous,
| fermented or malted liquors or beverages.
"Sec. 3. It shall be unlawful for
any railroad company, express company,
corporation or other common
carrier to deliver any package containing
intoxicating liquors or bev
| erages containing more than 1 per
i cent o;' alcohol to any person other
I than the consignee, and in no case
J shall any railroad, express company,
I corporation or common carrier or peri
son or agent of such railroad, express
! company, corporation or other common
carrier or person be liable for
damages for non-delivery of sucn.
liquor or packages until the consignee
appears in person at the p:ace 01 Business
of the common carrier and signs
in person 'for the package.
"Sec. 4. Any person obtaining any
such packages under any false or
fraudulent pretext of any kind, or any
agent o~ any common carrier delivering
a package contrary to the proviso-ins
of this act. shall, upon convic
K/v f i n not loci; fh^Tl
I uuil IUC1 CVl, iiiivu uui. ivww
$100 or more than $500, or be imprisoned
in the county jail for not less
j than 30 days, or more than six
jmonts, or both, in the discretion of
I the court.
I 4,|Sec. It shall be unlawful for any
[ intoxicating liquors or beverages to
I be stored or kept in any place of busi'iirss
or r?ub room or house in this
estate, wnemer ior peisuuai uoc w*
otherwise, and the liquors or bevarages
herein allowed to be imported, S
tored must 'be stored in the home or
private room of the v person or persons
"Sec. 6. Nothing in this act shall
prevent the shipment or transportation
of alcoholic liquors and beverages
to or from any dispensary authorized
by the laws af this State to
sell same, in the county of such dispensary.
"Sec. 7. Any person vioolating any
provisions of this act shall be subject
*~ c ~ nr lacir tlion SI HO nr im
lu a mit: iiul icjc Luu.u ^^ ~- ?
prisonment for not less than three
months, or both, in the discretion of
"Sec. 8. 'Nothing herein contained
si*"a. 11 prevent the sale or transportation
of alcohol under and in accordance
with the statutes of this State,
a* contained in criminal code of 1912,
sections 799, 800, 802 to 812, inclusive/'
The Artist Could Fix In His Mind Any
Effect In Nature.
It was Whistler's habit to memorize
an effect in nature, and Mr. T. tt. Way,
in his "Memoirs," gives an example of
his cleverness at it.
I shall never forget a lesson he gave
me one evening. We had Jeft the studio
when it was quite dusk and were
walking along the ro.id by the gardens
of the Chelsea hospital, when he pointed
to a group of buildings in the distance.
an old public house at the corner
iif the road, with windows and
shops showing golden lights through
the gathering mists of twilight.
'Look:*' he said.
as ne UiU not seein to nave anyiuinj;
to sketch or make notes on. 1 took out
my notebook and offered it to him.
"No, no; be quiet!" he said, and after
a long pause be turned and walked
back a few yards; then, with his back
to the scene, be said:
"Now, 6ee if I have learned it." and
then he gave a description of the
scene, perfect in e??ry detail of arrangement
and color, as he might have
repeated a poem he had learned by
Then we went on, and soon there
came another picture that appealed to
me even more than the former. 1 tried
to call his attention to it, but he would
not look at it
"No, no," he said; "one thing at a
In a few days 1 was at the studio
again, and there on the easel was the
We are glad to see that '.The Newberry
Herald and News wil soon resume
publication, ilt is what we hoped
for as the final cessation of a paper
j like Editor Aulll's wold have been
i cause or general regret.?Orangeburg
Times and Democrat.
The Newberry Herald and X>?ws will
cc.ne back. The next issue will probably
appear tomorrow. "May it never
lia. e another lapse and may it and
Col. lAull have a long and prosperous
life o: it from now on.?Greenwood
Kcsume Publication. I
! It will be o: interest to many people ;
! in Greenwood that The Xewberry Herald
and News will resume publication, j
probably Friday of this week. The oui-;
fit of the plant was sold recently to
S. A. Pressly, who purchased the
lynotype, and to the Newberry Savings
Bank and otherrs. Col. E. H. Aull
will continue as editor.?Greenwood
tfore Than Pleasing.
The Enquirer has been advised that
the publication of Hie 'Newberry Herald
and 'News, which was suspended
some weeks ago, will be resumed!
shortly. This information will be more
than pleasing to t'.:e many friends of
the Messrs. Aull.?Yorkville Enquirer
According to an announcement in the
Newberry Herald and News of last
?- ? i- - * ~' J ^^ ^v. Vio c- tomnnrari'v
IWCtTK l/iUL -UJU pajici uao
( suspended publication. The plant is
to be sold under mortgage soon. Col.
E. A. Aull made a personal statement
in which he stated that creditors were
insistent and t:at not being able to
meet their demands, the paper had
been turned over to them. It is hoped
that some arrangement can be made
by which he will be able to continue
the paper.?Greenwood Index.
A Veteran Retires.
,E< idence o the fact that of all industries
in South Carolina, newspa
pers have been harder nit Dy ine
financial depression than any other,
is contained in the announcement that
The Xewberry Herald and News is to
discontinue publication, and that Coi.
E. H. Aull will withdraw from the
management of the paper. This marks
the passing of a veteran fronfSouth
We have not agreed at all times I
withi the policies and politics of The
Herald and News, but we believe that
lOol. Aull has always been honest in
what he did and true to his convictions;
we believe that he has labored
for the best interests of the people he j
represented; we esteem his friendship j
ana T.fjereiui e jus jcuiomo ?
ing [3is retirement from the paper
made a deep impression on us.
We sincerely hope that Col. Anil's
lines may fall on pleasant places and
we hope that he may 'again enter the
newspaper field in this State.?.York
Knows the Reason.*
We sincerely regret the enforced retirement
of our good friend, E.^ti Auli,
' ' nnt- - WnrKorrv 1 r) Q r> rl \fWS
] (. lUlii X XiC J u. u<u **?-n
He lias been editor of the paper 'for
many years. There is a lesson in the
failure of this newpaper for newspaper
men if they will only freed it.
We shall not say what it is, but all
of them know or ought to know. Ttoe
outfit is to be sold, and no doubt
the paper will be continued.?Bamberg
Newspaper Forced to tlie Wall.
The last few months have been perilous
ones for many businesses, news
papers especially, and many of them
have been in dire straits.
Among the newspapers in this state
whie.'h failed to weather the storm was
(The Newberry Herald and News, Col.
E. H. Aull, editor, and a mighty good
In a statement made last week Mr.
Vull sai'? he was sure he could pay all
indebtedness of his paper if allowed to
-t hut snmp nf his creditors
V_ Uii L1X1 *%.> w v* V ^ _
would r.ot wait and the plant will be
sold this month.
Mr. Aull gives as one of the cf ie:'
roarons of his inability to satisfy his
creditors at this time that fae has been
a poor collector and that at one time
charged off of his books between
twelve and fifteen thousand dollars of
subscription accounts which his subscribers
owed him and which was
Newspaper men are the only people
in the world who credit anybody and
everybody, and it is the credit system
which keeps a great many of them "in
the hole" all the time. At the present
| price of paper there is no prpfit to the j
publishers, and every time a subscriber
iails to pay for past due subscription
the publ:sher is thai much behind.
A newspaper publisher who runs his
paper on the credit plan stands about
as mucn chance of coming cut on top
:is any man w,m0 daily wrestles with
.John Barlleyccrn stands of winning.
( ;1, Ai: 11 has been with The Herald
and Ivr.vs .i bo'it tw( )-.r\ eight years and
.ve can im igme* how he feels to b.?
jti'-i.ed ;1 n nu-r all these years o.
labor for his country.
j The Seminel hopes that fr' e future
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as in si ore s'-o.nt-u'iiig j;uuu iu* -m.
j CHIEF OBJECT IX TIEIV '
IS FOR CHEAPER WHEAT
First Time in World's History Fifteen.
Inch Guns Have Been Used
London, Feb. 27.?After having completed
the destruction of forts at the
entrance of the Dardenelies, the allied
fleet of British and French warships.
trie greatest wmcn nas ever Deen iu
action, are now attacking tne innei
forts which heretofore have stood between
Turkey and invasion by the sea
Apparently the outer forts could nol
withstand a greater bombardment anc
when they had been levelled and deserted
men were landed from the ships
IU v;u.iiipictC Lilt: WVIH UI ucinuiKiun
while mine sweepers cleared a passagt
in the straits.
More serious work is now ahead, foi
I the all-important fortifications are ai
! Kilid Ba'.:r and Chanak, which guarc
the narrowest part of the straits
There is no doubt, however, that tlu
allied commanders have instructions
to make their way, to Constantinopl<
in spite of all obstacles and have been
supplied with the best means for car
rying out these orders.
Fleet of Twenty Ships.
! IA complete list of the ships engagec
| is not available, but reports fron
Athens and otPer points say that twen
ty large vessels are taking part am
f*e renort issued tonight by the British
admiralty mentions ten of these
Pre.ious reports mentioned others tha
i ? ~
100 dozen Huck ^To\
! always sold for 10c. Sa
?Two cases] of Andros
lCc'yard. Sale'price at
3,000 yards 8c value 1
from a firm that needed
along to you while it lasi
2,500 yards 10c value,
ors, red, [blue, brown
50 dozen white Law
more money than we a&
1c. 10 limit.
niiuu oun i/i
We Give T
wore >: -i o:? Thursday <:
. a. y, tLe cow r? .1 by the aa-I
At the head of the fleet is the Queen j
Elizabeth, one o: England's latest!
superdreadnaug':ts. which has been
rommisioned since the war besan. and
I which, mounts eight liS-inch guns. (The 1
Queen Elizabeth took part in the bombardment,
so that for the first time
these monster weapons have been
used, and according to the admiralty
j report th^y rid their work "with great
Ot'^er ships which assisted in si-i
lencing the outer forts were the Brit- i
ish ;batt!eship Agamemnon, which way ,
j struck by a Turkish shell and had 1
I three men killed and five wounded;
the British battleships Irrisistible,
| \ engeance, lornwauis, aidioh au.i i
, ; ;VTajesti', each of which carries four
; 12-ine;'i guns, and the Triumph, which j
| has four 10-inch guns, and the French
(battleships Gaulois, Suffern and Char|
lemagne. each carrying our 12-inch
1 I suns.
Other vessels, including the French 1
, | battleship Bouvet, and one or two ;
j Britisfv battle cruisers, are in the vi- i
j >e wherry Stockmen Form Association
Clemson College, Feb. 21.?(The New'
berry County Live Stock asociation is
' the newest member of the chain of
' such association which the live stock
' demonstration expertsp of Clemson
coll-ege are organizing in the tickfreecounti
es in which such associations
have been formed are Greenville,
' Greenwood, Oconee, Anderson, Ches
' ter, York, Spartanburg and Calhoun.
Pickens and Union counties will be
' orrganized shortly.
The orgganization meeting of the
Newberry stockmen was held after
tbe Fertilizer and Economy Day meeting,
February 13. The meeting was
L conducted by .Toohn 0. Williams, live
stock demonstration experts of Olem'!
son college. Dr. G. Y. Hunter spoke
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On "Live islOL'K, an m
5 versified Farming." Paul OK. Calvin,
* jive stock demonstration expert of
L Clemson college, spoke on 4 Economical
Pork Production.'' 'Joh-r 0. Williams
spoke on the advantages of organization.
' The organization was organized with
1 a membership of 101. The officers are
n v Wuntpr Prosperity, nresident;
] VJ' - - - - - T.
M. Mills, Prosperity, secretary.
T. M. Mills, who is farm demonstra'
tion agent ?:or iXewberry county, .sL
sisted in tr.e work Of organization.
vels, red borders. Have
le price 5c. 12 limit.
scoggin Bleaching, worth
Dress Ginghams, bought
. the Cash. We pass it
ts at a vard 5c.
32 inch Chambray, coland
pink. Half price at
chief Sale I
rn Handkerchiefs, worth
-n i ,i i _i_
?. wniie inev last eacn
y Goods Co.
cry, S. C.
1fHK 001 iLliij^iitl
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expected 10 design on hucuuiii
of Feebleness ? Gained
Strength and Twenty-four
Pounds by Taking Vinol.
Corinth, Miss.: ? "I am a city tax
collector and seventy-four years of age.
1 was in a weak, run-down condition so
that I became exhausted by every little
exertion. My druggist told me about
Vinol, and I decided to take it. In a
week I noticed considerable improvement;
I continued its use and now I
have gained twenty pounds in weight,
and feel much stronger. I consider
Vinol a tine tonic to create strength for
old people."?J. A. Price, Corinth.
As one grows old their organs act
more slowly and less effectually than in
youth, circulation is poor, the blood
gets thin, the appetite poor and digestion
weak Vinol, our delicious cod liver
and iron tonic, is the ideal strengthener
and body builder for old folks because
it creates a good healthy appetite,
strengthens digestion, enriches the
blood, improves circulation and in this
natural mamer builds up, strengthens
and invigorates feeble, run-down, nervous
and aged people, and if it does not do
all we say, we will pay back your
GILDER AN'D WEEKS DRUGGISTS
NEWBERRY, S. C.
TOUR CORN WILL VANISH
j in a few days if yea will use our corn
! cure as directed. And going to the
other extreme our scalp lotion will
remove dandruff just as quickly ana
effectively. Those are only two of
the good things to be had at this
drug store. We'll tell you the others
if you ask.
Mayes' Drug Store
Phone 13$. dewberry, S. C.
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../ SlJ U.hJ.1 i.
< <( 6 doses 6CO will break
| y case of Chills & Fever, Colds
! . LaGrippe; it acts on the liver
setter than Calomel and does not
irine or sickcn. Price 25c.
I Rheumatism |
For Young and Old
The acute agonizing pain of 9
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rub?it penetrates to the sore I
+ Kfir-irrinrr o i-nmfnrf n of.
OJJU L J kJl lllfalllgy <M ' . V* ?/ ?W V
dreamed of until tried. Get a
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as the best remedy for rheumatism I ever
used. Before using it I spent large sums
of money trying to get relief of the misery
and pain3 in limbs and body, so I tried
your Liniment both internal and external
and I found quick relief, and now am
well and strong again.''?Geo. Curtis, 225
N. loth St., Springfield, ZU.
"I wish to write and tell you about a
fall I had down fourteen steps, and bruised
my neck and hip very bad. I could not
sleep at all. I sent my wife for a 25 cent
bottle of your Linin.ent and in two days'
time I was on my :eet again."?Charles
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for neuralgia, sciatica, sprains and
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Send four cents m stamps for a
Dr. Earl S. Sloan. Inc.
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Core.
The worst cases, no matte;* of how long standing,
are cared by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Paid and Heals at the sane time. 25c, 50c, $1.00