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GOOD ROADS YEN.
State Association Heard Speeches
From Several Notable Men.
colambia, Jan. 18.-The eleventh
axnual convention of the South -Car
elina Good Roads asseatiion con
vened% today at noom in the hall of
tie house of representatives.
There are several hundreld dele
gates in attendance, men representing
every county in the State and of ev
ery profession. There was another
meeting of the association held to
igUht at which a number of excellent
addressas were, delivered. The last
ss&on of the asociatkon will Tbe
keld in the Columbia City Counci
vaimber tomorrow morning. A strong
programme has been prepar4d. for
The sessions today in th,, hall of
t'e house of representatives were op
eed with prayer by the Rev. E. 0.
Watan. The welcome to the city of
(olumIia was dlivered by Maylor
Reamer, on behalf of the State by
"euteinant Governor McLeod, and
f*r Richland county by F. H. Wes
.. A& instructive address of the
morning was that of C. M. Garris,
on the government and its relation
to transportation. Some vital sta
tioties were brought out in this ad
F. Horton Coboek, a professor in
tke University of South Carolina
was the next speaker. He is a man
who knows good roads and some very
,ralaable suggestions were made.
there are a number of the county
bupervisors here aUnd these are the
men that can tell most iwstructively
just what has been done in the line
of good roads in South Carolina for
-hey are the men that the actual
work of constr.ction comes under.
These men ar elaboring to improve
.the public highways of the State
whieh are after all the State's most
The annual report of President Hy
a of the association was* read to
.ight. The report. was encouraging
and, sounded a new note for an on
:iward march toward~ better publi
Idghways. A seotarly address of
e evening was that -of D. S. C.
~itehell, of the University of South
jriia' on a new eareer for men
*Avery instr' etive address was
that of Joseph Pratt1 highway com
iissioner of North Carolina. His ad
grs was down on the program of
'Good Roads.'' He told of the work
that has been done in North Carolina;
ad of the work that is being done.
'Nie several proposed national high
-ways of travel through the South
were touched upon by the speakers.
Some very valuable suggestions were
ien as to the constructionk and
aintenanlce of the public highways.
Somie suggestions for the uinpi-ove
wient of the high;iays were given in
an eloquent address by D. H. Wins
lw, of the United States office of
CoeudrLssioner Watson delivered
ne of the mosc instructive address
eof clie evening on general road
5proemenit. He gave some highly
eouraging dtat1sges sihoiwing the4
wred imgrovemesnt in the high'
of th State during the past
tearfdd- the past year.. He has
iai. during the past year a careful
dif of the roads 'of the State and
une thelaw has:eollected some new
aa: from the county supervisors of
de State on the 'qutestion of good
eas; as- to kinds of road&s that are
k6g construeted, cost of mainten
ane and construetion anid number
f miles .that have been constructed.
Tere are 40,000 miles. of roadways
Ti the State and he showed~ that these
aee of the greatest concern to the
1,500,000 people of the Staite. In~ his
annual report he is recommending the
n ppointment of a highway engineer
and it seems; as if this measure 13
going through. After yea~r, of talk
and agitation the good roa'ds move
ment seems to be about materialhzed'.
In other words that people have~ be
come sufficiently intereested to take
some active part looking to the im
provement of the highways and an
upward march from '2ow on is ecx
IN THE UIVERSITY.
Seiat Discusses Graydon. Bill to
Provide 124 More Normal Schol
Colubia Record, 18th.
Senator Graydon's bill to increase
ihe nmber of normal scholarships in
he Univerity of South Carolina to
24 passed seeond reading in the sen
~e last ight. after an animated dis
Senator Graydon made an extenided
irment in favor of the bill. uremg
M one reason for its~ passage the need
~ ~ometet .aeer in the State,
the beneficaries of the scholarsl
iUder the general law,11e said, bE
requirea to teach in the State fc
certain time. The measure was
posed by Senator Carlisle, who
not want to abolish the scholarst
niow in existence in State intituti<
but who did not want to see the :
tem extended. Senator Carlisle s
.he did not believe teachers forced
to the profession could do as ef
tive work as those who took it ui
their own volition.
Senator Sinkler made an argum
in favor of the bill, saying Sen
Carlisle's argument was an att
upon the whole scholarship syst
The obligations of the beneficar
hz said, would be cheerful o,bl
ti-ns voluntarily assumed.
SCHOOLS IN STA'
Hardin Bill Calls For Instituti
, Operated Under Direction of
Columbia Record, 18th.
Senator Hardin introduced- in
senate last night a bill to estab
four agricultural schools, the oh
man of the board of trustees of Cl
son, the commissioner of agricult
the State high school inspector,
the State superintendent of edi
tion being directed to esta;blish
schools in suitable communities of
ing a school farm of not less t
twenty-five acres and other means
equipment and support.
It is provided that the agriculti
instruction and course of study s
be subject to the approval of
head of the department of agricull
in Clemson callege. The dist
boa'd of trustees is given full (
trol of all property, crops and 01
assets. Six thousand dollars is
propriated for the establishment
these schools, no one to receive n
A colored teacher wanted at Br
River school, for two months,
twenty dollars per month. Appl
Pomaria, S. C., R. F. D., No.
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of train,, automobile or baggy i
eause cuts, bruises, abrasions, spra
or- srounds that demand -Buckl<
Arnica Salve-earth's greatest hi
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restats. For burns, boils, sores
all kinds, eczema, schapped hands
lips, sore eyes or corns, its supre
Surest pile cure.- 25e. at W. E.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
THE UNITED ,STATES,
For the District of South Carolii
In the matter of
Allen H. Hawkins, Bankrupt.
By virtue of an order of the C<
in the above entitled matter, I
sell at the.. residencea of Nat
Vaughn, on what is known as
"Pink Browe'r Place,'' near
Town of Prosperity, at public
tion, on Monday, January 31st, 11
at 11 o'clock a. m. certain pers<
property of the above named Ba
rupt, consisting of .nine mules, fa
ing implements, wagons, bugg
eows, peas, stea
Terms of Sale: Cash..
W, T. Gibso2
STATE OF S(XUTH CAROLIN.
County of Newberry.
Court of Common Pleas.
'Geo. S. Mower, Plaintiff,
Mary Caroline Hardy, in her <
right and as executrix of the
will and testament of John Roi
Renwick, deceased; Ben. S. Hai
The Newberry Savings Bank
Newberry, S. C.; John G. Woll
Jr.; Kate Welling, J. D. Ti
Emma Newman, as .dministra
of W. P. Newman , The Comn
ial Bank of Newhberry, S.
Martha /M. Hipp and S. M. T
more, as receiver of Carolina I
taal Fire Insurance Company,
By virtue of an order of c
herein, I will sell before the ct
house at Newberry, S. C.,.on
first Monday in February, the si
being the 7th day of the mont, w.
in lhe legal hours of sale, all t
tract, piece or parcel of land ly
and being situate in the county
Newberry, state of South Carol
containing Eight Hundred and
ty (860) Acres, more or less, kn<
a the "Reubeui Chick Place,'
bounded by Enoree river, lands
\lr. M. F. Bynum and lands of
State of South Carolina.
Triii of Sale: The purchs
wil be remuire to aa one-tU
lips cash atd the balance in one - year C
,ing from day of sale, the credit portion v
r a to be secured by the bond of the I
op- purchaser and a mortgage of the ii
did premises sold an-d to bear interest o
lips I from day of sale at the rate of eight f
)-,s, per cent. per annum, said bond to
zys- provide for ten per cent. attorney's w
aid fee in case of collection by an at- a
in- torney or suit. f
Cee- Purchaser to pay for papers and t
of for recording same. t]
H. H. Rikard, p
ent Master Newberry County. f
Ltor Jan. 12, 1910.
em. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, f
County of Newberry. P
Court of Common Pleas. v
The Bank of Prosperity, Plaintiff,
E. A. Hen'tz, J. J. Hentz, M. C. Kis
er Company and G. B. Bu-ndrick,.
ons By virtue of an order of Court
in the above entitled case, I will sf
sell before the court house of New- E
berry, S. C.. on the first Monday in (
February, the same being the 7th l<
the day of the mon.th, withi7a the legal d
hours of sale, all the interest of E. I
lish A. Hentz and J. J. Hentz in that
air- traet, piece or parcel of land lying
em-- and being situate in the county
are, and state aforesaid, in. No. 11 town
and ship in the Town of Pomaria, S. iC., e:
tea- containing thirty feetby eight-eikh t o
te feet, bounded on the south by Hol- ti
fer- loway street, on the north by Victo- s
f ria street, on the east by Lot No. 2 a
of and on the west by lot of C. H V
* Apples, 4
* Grapes, I
+ Dates, Citroi
+ Lemon andC
+ Cr. Tartar, Ba!
urt. Extracts ar
the All kinds table
2*+ Pickles, E
Coffee, Tea ai
~' *We have afew T
*old stock that will b
. of price.
urt 'Iam represe
he MecLenburg MarblE
mof in this sectIon, and arn
na, prices on anything in the
en Tablets, Monuments, Etc.
my pricey before placing
the and work guaranteed first
?er1 B.IIILLR N
'ounts, this being the same lot con
eyed from E. A. Hentz to W. W
[entz and J. J. Hentz and recorded
i Book 14, at page 459, in the office
f the register of.mesne conveyances
>r said county.
Terms of Sale: The purchaser
'ill be required to pay one half cash
nd the balance in twelve months
com the day of sale, the credit por
on to be secured by the bond of
le purchaser and a mortgage of the
remises sold, said bond to provide
>r interest from day of sale at eight
ar cent. per annum and that the
aildings on the said lot be insured
-om loss or damage by fire and the
:liey of insurance assigned to the
[aster as additional collateral.
Purchaser to pay for papers and
)r recordincr same.
H. H. Rikard,
MIaster Newberry Co.,
an. 12, 1910.
At the same time and place, and on
Lme terms, I wAil sell the interest of
"entz Bros. in above described
>rick store house and lot) property
cated in Pomaria, S. C., and make
aed therefor at same time with the
[aster of Newberry County.
Lambert W. Jones,
Trustee of Hentz Bros., Bankrupt.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy nev
disappoints those who use it' for
rtinate coughs, colds and irita
ons of the throat and lungs. It
;ands unrivalled as a remedy for
ll throat and lung diseases. Sold by
. E. Pelham & Son.
rid All Kinds:e
oys left from our
e sold regardless*
iand Granite Co,1
TBE, N. C.,
prepared to make you
Sway of Headstones,
See rny cuts and get
your order. Material
WBERRY. S. C.
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