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STILL NO FUNDS PROVIDED.
"Authorized" Federal Buildings Nust
Wait Another Year, Mlaybe :
~,Washington, Dec. 10.-Secretary of
the Treasury MacVeagh having failed'
Sto include in hbis estimnates, sent to
co~ngress, the item of $26,000,000 for
the construction of new federal build
Insgs authorized at the last seesion,
appropriations for this work will be
'delayed until the next session, .iust a
y ear, if the bill making the actual ap
propriations is passed even at that
time. Efforts made today by congress
men baviing new federal building pro
grafn)mes -In their ddstrticts to have
The seoretary make such a resolution
-fafled, and Chairman Tawney, of the
h.ouse appropriation committee, said
tait unless such resolution was made
nio money could be voted now for this
Tafare de not a State in the South
iat fealed to get "aut1horizations" at
tIhe tlast session of congras, and at
beist under present circumstances a(
-year's delay will be the result of Sec
Ilatary MacVeiagh's action.
Congressman Roddenberry, of Geor
gli, a member of the building
grounds committee of the house, said
today that the Republicans were try
ing to make the Democrats assume the
responsibiWty for .this expenditure by
putting the matter up to a Democratic
Ilouse next year.
CASE AGAINST PASTOR.1
Conference Removes Rev. H. B. Nills
For Twelve Months.-Famfily 2
News and Courier, Sunday.
A 'hush fei*l upon the Methodist nin
isters in conference assembled when i
yesterday morning the committee to
which had been given the settlement ]
of the case of Rev. H. R. Mills, of Rock i
11111, charged with having separated i
from his wife for other than the one
Scrintura:l cause. announced its riead
iness to report its findings. The Rev.
E. T. Hodges, who presided over the
courtg read t!he verd:ict. "We find
lthat the evidence proves the specifi-1
catv'ns: tiat the specifications are
sustalied by the charges." The pun
isbnment fived was suspension fr3nm
tbe ministry for twelve months. This
is tant.amount to declarng Mr. Mills
not guilty of crime, but of indisene
tin" Ten out of the thirteen memn
roperty that everyL
ie railroad, right at
the excellent trainm
i something on thai
T---A three horse I
~arm and city prop<
[hree refused to concur and would
Lot sign 'the findings. These three
entlemen were Dr. R. A. Child, Dr.
.F. Beatty, and the Rev. J. R T.
Mr. Mills was not present when the
eport was made. He left early this
norning for Atlanta, where he is en
;aged in railroad service. Before leav
ng he declared that he entertained no
ard feeling toward those members of
he committee who had voted against
tim. He was conscious of innocence,
>ut would take the verdict in the s.pir
t in which it ha.d been rendered and
n deep humitlity. He said that he
vould for a 'time continue in railroad
vork, but would later go to a univer
?ty and p.ursue his studies, and finally
~eturn and claim his place in the con
The commiittee appointed to consid
r the charges against tihe Rev. Mr.
b'ault reponted that no trial was nec
esary. The conference then passed
tis .charater, and his relation to the
onference is not affected. Th'e Rev.
L H. Jones, of Florence, presented a
nemorial asking that the trustees of
Listr;ict parsonage property be made
nembers of th!e district conference.
LNERICA SECOND NAVAL POWER.
VlI Soon be Supplanted by Germany,
However.-Great Britain Still
Washington, Dec. 10.-The United
states closes another year in second
lace among the 'world's naval powers.
C'he close rivalry betw een Germany
Lnd Great Britain has not
'et brought the former country up to
he United States in number of bat
leships afloat, but in ships project3d
a.nd in the total number of war ves
els of all kinds, Germany will crowd
he United States to third place.
These facts are shbown in 'the new
favy Year Book, prepared by Pitt
nan Pulsifer, clerk to the senate com
n'ittee on naval affairs.
United States and Germany.
In completed tomnage, says Mr. Pul
difer, the United States is a.head of
le~rmany. In battleships completed,
roth in number and displacement, the
Jnited States leads G-emany. Includ
nig battleships completed, under con
rtruction and provided for, the num
er of each country is identical, while
he United States 'exceeds Germany
n total battlesio tonnage.
The comnilations of Mr. Pulsifer
'w e worMl powers to rark as fc!
ody has wanted to bt
the post office and d
as they steam by fill
Ldate that will interes
arm about four miles
~rty for sale. Don't)y
Britain, United States, Germany,
France, Japan, Russia, Italy.I
In the dreadnought type under,
which is placed armored cruisers as
wall as the newer battleships, the!
fierce race between England and Ger
many is most clearIy shown.I
England Leads in D)readnoughts.
At present the floating navies of tlpe
three leading powers contain dread
nought type vessels as follows: Eng
land 11, with displacement of 203,100I
tons; tUited States 4, displacement
72,000; Germnan.y 4, displaceme'nt 72,
TeYear Book shows that when
thiose for wthich funds have been pro
vided are completed, the dreadnought
strength of the three countries wil:l
be: England 27, 'with displacement of
558,900 tons; Gennaniy 17, displac'ei
ment 357,000; United Stiates 10, dis
placement 221,650 tons.
Niow Is the time to subscribe to The
Herald and News.
NfOTICE TO CBEDITORS.
Lewle L. Lane, William L. Lane, Ver
ner Lane, Drayton L. Lane, Jas. F.
Epting, Jr., Harry D. Epting and
F. M. Scnumpert, as public guardign
of Guy H. Boddie, a minor, defend
Jas. F. Epting, Sr., individually and as
administrator of the personal estate
of Lula B. Epting, deceased, Plain
All persona holding claims against
Lula B. Epting, deceased, are required
by an order of the Court of C >mmon
Pleas herein to present tlie smxe duly i
attested, to r. :, at my office at New- e
berry Court House, S. 0., on or before I
the 15th day of December, 191C and
creditors are enjoined from presenting a
their demands in any other proceed- j
H. H. Rikard, a
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R. H. HIPP, Vice-President
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TCE OF ELECTION~ FORl MAYOl
AND ALDVa' Or' TNT TOWN
Notice is hereby given that the ree
lar annual election for a Mayor an'
e Aldermen. one Alderm,an for eac1
i~the five wards, to serve for a term o
e "ear, and one trustee for the enad
3col eac from Wnc ne W
se it is the best prc
vill be almost at the
loaded with freight.
you to be at this sale
This has a six room I
s good 8 per cent. sto
Iand one commissioner of public
works for the term of six years,
will be held at the Council
Chamber, in the Opera House, in the
Town of Newberry, South Carolina, on
the second Tuesday in December, 1910,
being the 13th day of said month, the
polls to be opened at 8 o'clock in the
forenoon, and to close at 6 o'clock in
the afternoon. D. F. Pifer, A. C. Welch
and Alex. Singleton are appointed
Imanagers of the said election.
IBy order of the Town Council of
1Newberry, S. C., on this the 22nd day
Subject to Rules of The
Must be received at the ofi
-IOn December 1st, 1910, as R
SLoans and Discounts. .$2 12,182-95
- Fixtures .. .. . .-- 3 8"0.< o
SOver Draf-s...... .....2,258 25
eCash on Hand in Banks 22,548 49
$240 789 69
IWe rec ive accounts b >th l irge an
and will pay you four per cent initer
IBegin now and open an account wi
~H L. PARR. President
W X G. HOUSEATL. Vice Presidenv
DR~' B CR(C
perty there. g
iouse on it
of September, 1910.
COLE. L. BLEASE,
By the Mayor:
J. R. Scurry,
C. &. T. T. C. N., S. C.
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the skin-all signs of liver trouble.
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Herald and News Contest.
ice by December 16.
of thle Coniion0 of
rry, S. C.,
eported to the State Bank
Capital Stock...-..--.--.$ 5o,ooo0o0
Cahier's Checks... 112.13
Bills Payable ... o,ooo.o
Divideknds Unpaid... 40.00
I s nail. Our business is growing
est on your surplus funds, corn
th thi% bank.
Mi. L. SPEAR MAN, Cashier.
WV B. W ALL ACE, Asst. Cashier.