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1K. H. AUL L, tITOR.
WHAT STRONGER ARGUMENT?
Postoflice Inspector Veaser rec
ominended that a rural route b<
not established from Chappells to
points in Saluda county on accoun
of bad roads. What stronger ar
gunient could be made for goo<
roads than the mere statement o
the fact. The route had been pe
titioned for and was badly needed.
It is against the law to sell o:
even to give away toy pistols or caps
This law was passed by the las
legislature. It is now Christuina
time and yet they are still telliity
us that the last legislature did nol
THE PRESENT SCHEDULES.
Mr. W. H. Tayloe. assistant pas
senger agent of the Southern, was
in Greenwood last Friday lookiig
after the schedules on his road
which are so unsatisfactory to the
people of this place. Mr. Taylc
said he had received stacks of letters
about them and that it was the pur
pose of the management to satisfy
the people if possible. We told him
that we had seen one newspaf -r
that had spoken favorably of the
present schedules. "For gracious
sake let me see it," lie said. We
hunted up The Newberry Herald
and News, and the article was read.
This one harmonious note was so
pleasant to him that he asked us to
give him the paper which we did
We are very glad that Mr. Tay
loe knows a good newspaper when
he sees it.
But the fun meant to be poked
at The Herald and News aside, it
makes us weary, very weary, to see
the newspapers in all the little towns
above Newberry kicking against a
schedule because the daily papers
do not reach their towns as early in
the day as formerly. Have these
editors who are supposed to be run
ning papers of their own nothing
to do except read the dailies? Are
the editors of the little dailies, like
the one in Anderson, for instance,
so in love n\ich their big city broth
ers, that they like to see the big
dailies covering the local field better
than they can do it themselves?
Schedules are not arramgd to
carry iewspapors. It seems to us
that the convenice of the travel.
ing p)ublic anid the connnuercial i'i
terests of a town should outweigh
icoivnveece experilen ced in re
The schedule is the best we 1have
ever had. Let it stand.
If the editor of the Journal car
not live in peace without reading~
the Cohnnmlu and Charleston dailier
early each day he might mnove tc
Coh nnbia or Charleston anid receive
themi at 3.30 a. mu.
Howv It Hlappened.
Tlhe H-erald and News has re
ceived the following c'om nu ni
tion from the parents of Mike Haigy
Ier, the negro who huad both hui
legs cut off by a C., N. & J-.. freigh
on las;t Fridav:
'The evide:nce of Ml ic'h. 1 ,
ler is t hat he was goini' .
Th'le SoulthernI eniginue waus1'i~
by huimu with a str ing of ears;. 11
(lid ntot know the C., N. & L.w
behind him and was quick I
kntocked down and run over by thi
C., N. & L,. ear. No one was seei
on the rear end of the car, which
was coming from the Mollohon mill
This is eye evidence and can h
The story of the affair as printe<
in The H-erald and News of '[Tues
day is corroborated in its entiret,
by the testimony of anm "ye-witnes
taken inunemd iately' after thme acci
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, I
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
Jesse L. Denson, Plaintiff,
Corrie West, Sallie Tucker, Nannie
Boone, Eflie Lyles, Ellen Atchison,
John Denson, Joe Ray, Jack
Matthews, Hart Hinson, Carl Hinson,
Armond Hinson, John Hinson, Grace
Hinson, Lillian Hinson, Ella Iin-on,
Monroe Wesson, Tomp Stewart,
Georgiana Bailey, Alice Abrams, De
Summons for Relief. -Complaint served.
To the Defendants above named:
YTOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED
and requred to answer the con
p)laint in this action of which a copy is
herewith served upon you, and to serve
a copy of your answer to the said com
plaint on the subscribers at their office
on Law Range, Newberry, S. C. with
in twenty days after the service fhereof;
exclusive of the day of such service;
and if you fail to answer the complaint
within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff
in this action will apply to the Court for
the relief demaned in the complaint.
To the Defendants John Hinson, Grace
linson, Ella Hinson, and Lillian Hinl
son: You and each of you take notice
that unless you have a Guardian ad
litem appointed to represent you in this
action within twenty days after service
hereof upon you, the undersigned as
Plaintiff s Attorneys, will move the
Court to appoint IPred H1. Dominick,
Esq., or some other fit and suitable per
son, as such Guardian ad litem.
Dated, Dec. 16, A. D. 1903.
SEASE & DOMINICK,
To the Defendants, Nannie Boone,
Hart Hinson, Ca.. Hinson, Armond t
Hinson, Effie Lyles, Monroe Wesson.
Tomp Stewart and Georgiana Bailey:
Take notice that the complaint in this
action together with the Summons, of
which the foregoing is a copy, were
filpd with the Clerk of Court of Com
mon Pleas for Newberry County in the
State of South Carolina, on the 16th e
day of December, A. D. 1903.
SEASE & DOMINICK,
Newberry, S. C. c
STATE 01" SOUTH CAROLINA, n
COUNTY OF NEWBERiY--IN
PRZO3ATE COURT. c1
By Jno. C. Wiisov, E-q., Probate Judy, w
W IIPHAA, J Co (irm.,m
("ivrk of the c ourt, hat b mal' suit
t.o! Ito grb t ii, Leters of A i1 m1161S- it
I taan of t;I t- ae a eft-et t-f Luei a
I b1-C reV Ol.reore to $qte and aJ
mllonish a ad 1 ingn;ar th(-. kindred at
cditor o(f th<l said I.,uc% C. Long bor0, t
Oa e0 d, t1nu , t)--y b LI- 1 Iad ap)Ltr b e
(.I me. in he Co'pt cf I'robate, to hit
held at. N wberr. (ourt. HI ouse, S. C , fn C
the 26th day %f Janiuary Iext after CI,
licationl therCof. al 11 o'cl,ek in the fore- '
noon, to show cause., if any they have.
wby the said Atm ni htstration shoulo
not be granted.
Giv".) under my hand, this the
[L. s.] I6t da. ot iucember, Anw;
Dami Ti , 1903.
JO 1N (. W 1ON. T P. N. C.
STATI O SOUTIl CA ROLI NA
COUNTY7 OF N WBRR, F
IN OMION PID14A
D)avid Hlipp, Plaintiff',
Juno. G. Wolling, J1r. , and 13. S. Hardy,
'' XY VIRTUE OF AN ORD)ER OF
A.. the Court herein, I will sell at pub
lie outcry, at Newberry Court 1-ouse,
S. C., on the First M1onday in January,
A. D). 19)04, all that tract, piece or par.
ccl of land lying and being situate in the
County of Newbierry, State of South -
Carolina, containing Eight HIundlred and
Sixty (860) Acres, more or less, known 1
as the "Reuben Chick Place"', andl
bounded b)y Enoree river, landls of Mrs.
M. I". Bynum andl of the State of South .y
Ter:.as of Sale: One-third cash nandi
the balaince on a credit of one year
fromi the (lay of sale, the credlit portion
tab bae securedl by thie bond of the pur- .,
chaser and a mortgage of the premisest
so!d, aund to hear interesL at the rate of
eg'ht per cent.. per annum, or all or I
:ny pab:rt. of said criedi t port ion mnay' be
laidl in cash at the opt ion of the pur -
LL ERSNSARE HEREBY
noifidnot to trespass upon the
lands of the estate of J. M. Henry in
p)ossessi.on~ of the undlersignedl by hunt
-img, or mn any other manner.
J. A. MELITON.
R ESTA U RANT--Fancy Groceries
. John .1. Eargle who has bough t
out. the grocery store of C. W. D)ouglas
will also continue the rest aurant at the,
samie place and you (can secure a good
meal cheap. lie also has a g(od Iin
of f'ancy and sta pIe groceries at prices
that ayc reonanle.
3TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
James N. McCaughrin, in his own right
and as administralor de bonis non
with the will annexed of Robt. L.
McCaughrin, deceased, and as admin
istrator of Mattie McCaughrin Gist,
Fannie 13. McCaughrin et al., and
James Y. Culbreath et al., Defend
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER O
the court herein, I will sell at pub
ic outcry on Thursday, the 31st day of
December, 1903, on the place known aE
,he Bonham place, at the residence of
;he plantation, all that tract, planta
ion or parcel of land beh nging to the
!state of Robert L. McCaughrin and
James Y. Culbreath, situate in Saludt
:ounty, in the State aforesaid, contain
ng Twelve Hundred and Eighty-Eight
keres, more or less, on Big Saludo
,iver, bounded by lands formerly be
onging to the late Gov. Johnson
lagood, Henry Ellis, Mrs. Corneliv
"lary, George Berry, the estate of A.
". Coleman, Matthew Coleman and
thers. The said tract will be sold in
ub-divided tracts as follows, and plats
vill be exhibited on (lay of sale, tI wit:
No. 1, the house tract containing 260
Lcres, more or less. No. 2, known as
he gold mine tract, containing 68
cres, more or less, adjoining Mrs. Cor
elia Clary: No. 3, containing 130 acres,
iore or less, known as die creek tract,
ronting on the old Charleston road;
4o. 4, lying next to the estate of A. P.
'oleman, deceased, and Matthew Cole
nan, containing 255 acres, more or less,
ronting on the old Charleston road;
ract No. 5, known as the calf pasture,
ontaining 100 acres, more or less, a
. right of way provided to the settle
lent road leading from the home place
c Matthew Coleman's plantation; tract
Io. 6, known as the fox den place, con
aining 240 acres, more or less, with a
ight of vay provided leading to the
ublie road to tho ferry; No. 7, con
%ining 235 acres, more or less, known
s the ferry place. All of said sub
ivided tracts are on public highways
xcept tract No. 5 and tract No. 6, but
ights of way are provided as afore
Terms of Sale: One-third of the pur
hase money is to be paid in cash, the
alance on a credit of one and two
ears, in equal annual installments,
ith interest from day of sale at the
Ite of 8 per cent. per annum until paid
full. 'lhe credit portions to be se
ired by bonds of tile purchasers and
ortgages of the tracts, respectively,
ith leave to the purchasers to pay all
cash or any part of the credit por
At the same time and place I will sell
I the personal property on the planta
on, consisting of eight mules, farming
nplements, wagons, corn, fodder, cot
)n seed, etc. Terms of sale: Cash for
ie personal property.
The above tract is a very valuable
>tton and corn plantation, about 13
iiles by the steel bridge to Newberry
ourt House, and about the same dis
ince to Saluda Court House, and about
alf a mile from Saluda Old Town on
ie Southern Railroad.
H. H. RIKARD, Master.
Master's Office, Dec. 15, 1903.
TATE OF SOUTH C A RIOLINA,
COUNTY OF NEVBEIRRY--IN
Francis L. Britt, Plaintiff,
|zylphia Gauntt, Dolly Brogden1, Eliza
Gunter, Polly (unter, Alfred
Gauntt, Jacob G;auntt, Mrs. Rish,
John Lindsay, Hlenry Linds.ay, Fan
nty Lindsay, Eliza Ann Killough,
Mt art ha Ann Johnson, Eloise V at
thews, the heirs at law of Hery
Gauntt , andl the heirs at law of
Isreal Gauntt, whose names andl
places of residlence are uInknIown to
Summons for Relief.
70 U ARIE II EREBY SUMMONED)
. and required to answer the com
'taint in this action which is filed in the
'lice of Clerk of Court for saidl county,
kate aforesaidl, and to serve a copy 'of
'our answer ~o the said comp)laint on
he sublscrib)er at the law oflice of Lam
'.rt \V. .Jones at Newvberry, South1
:arolina,. within twen ty days after the
ervice hereof; exclusive of the (lay of
.Geh service; and if you f'ail to answer
he compllaint within the time afore
aid, the plaintiff ini this action will ap
il to t he Court for the relie f (demand
(I inl the (omisnb:Ift.
lAM ET WltIX. .JONES,
1Plain tiff's At ttrnev.
IJ . J. CALDWEL~L,jI
to the l'hiintill:
hui' actioun t o.ethier with tiIhe .:i(,r Von,
iled with the Clerk of the C ourit ofi
:ommIon lelas, for New berry County,
n the State of South Carolina, on the
ouirteenth, "ay of October, A D). 1899
LAMBERT W. JONES,
New berry, S. C.
I 'u'nANTEED IN wa-.TINe:.
500 FRE SCI""I^"1"''''j"vl'EuE
GA...ALA. nm COLLEE, MACN, GA
Are filled fror
with desirable rr
will find it ver
right, the prices
are polite and (
ble will be doti
We want to emphas
can or will sell you go
selves. Our present s
low figures, in truth
goods on our shelves a
We propose to give our custorner
wnd advartc the price on nothing F
I ('s a big tok, too, ard you must ta
Our stock is comple
2W IA .&3CAX 3M3iE.'W :
we have thre experienced ladies to
head fitted here. We can fit you oi
Our shoe store, tolo, is full of good E
Walk Over Shoes for men have n
for more, but there are mone better.
by the most skilled workmen. Eve
lid .urned, soft as a glove, (4ood,
of these elegant Shoes; every pair i
Ideal Shoes fot
Visit our stores. We will give y
spPnd with us.
Thre arc many pe<
Oir ,Itore ofIers m;u
FINE WVRIT1ING P'APER.
EIIJGH CuASS lBOOKS,
llOIl T WATER 13TTLES,
liklSIlES Ano COM\BS,
A vi'-it to our s.tore
T~ WILL SELL SALEDAY IN JAI
.5. uary, 1904, at public auction
Newberry C. HI., S. C., my dwellir
house, store and( lot in Heneina, S. C.
Terms of sale-One-half cash ar
balance payable in onc year.
MARY J. SUMMERS.
W.',~~ N ITE Prsimmon,Dgwo
llcor 4ndl I Iolly Logs. Freig:
paid on earloads. .Jamie Cocksha
('harlcrston, . C.(
n floor to ceiling
y easy shopping
the qualities are
are low, the clerks
e to make it to
to give us your
ize the fact that no house
ods cheaper than our
tock was bought at very
we have much cotton
way undertoday's ruling
the bonofit of our fortunato purchases
o long as our present stock holds out.
ke a whack at it. We are the leaders on
Is and Silks.
:e in these lines. In our
look after your interests. Get your
your little gir) in a beautiful cloak.
hoes for all.
a superior. There are shoes that sell
They are made of the best materinl
ry pair guaranteed. What more could
s for Women,
'ear wel, mi,; like a man's, all styles
ias our guarantee.
- Boys and Girls.
rm value received for every penny you,
>ple who wis.h to make
chi wil! be of real usec.
iy things in the waLy of
'kTYOTII BRUSI I HO1LDERS.
HIAND) BAG;S, *
JEWV~EL CASES Asn
.Corner Drug Store.
fWING TO THE FACT THl
it'. am now visiting the schools
gcounty, I will be in my office o
Mondaeekandl Saturdays for th
L e Eeks. S WERTSJ
1, NOICE -The Decembner inst
t)"Y i e Ilomo oan panl Trg