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ENGROSSING CLERKS N.DED. N
Attorney General Announces Apoint- t'
ments-A J. Rethea Chief si
Attorney General Lyon announced W
- die appointments for the engrossing U
department of the general assenbly. a
A. ;. Bethea, the private secretary to 1
Governor Ansel was appointed chief ]
.clerk. The 'following are those ap- b
pointed: . J. Bethea, chief clerk; E. S
Helen Bacot, Florence; Almena Cole
man, New Market; Addie Glover, Aik-i k
en; Mabel Hearon\ Bishopville; Sal- 0
lie Wannamakor, Orange;burg; Louise P
McMaster, Winnsboro; Ruth !IcCul
lough, Darlington; May )V. Moorman, c
Greenville; Annie B. Fletoher, West- N
Tille; T. Eubank Taylor, Anderson; S
May Meadoru, Greenville; Lutie Rob
ertson, Winnsboro; Florence M. Ross, t,
Spartanburg; 1X.Annie Reid, Bates- -
burg; Clara Mae Stranger Manning; S
Carolin.e E. Vance, Columbia; Saie
May Wilson, Lynchburg.
TO ADORN STATE HOUSE.
"South Carolina" Figurehead Now
Being Mounted in Capitol. A
Columbia, Pec. 25.-The figurehead
given to the State on th6 completion
of the battleship South Carolina Is
-now being mounted in the State House
It will occup'y a place 'on the w'all to
the right of the down-stairs -entrance h
from the north side,c. the capitol. The d
-hallway that~this wall-marks is just b
beneath the north u-stairs landing 2,
of 1he building. A
ONE LYNCING DURIAG YEAR ir
South Carolina's Reputaton Eor Mob (
Law Improves. d
Colum1bia, Dec. 2&.-In the list, of a:
lynchings. for the year 1910 gouth Car- cl
olina Is given one. , That is correct. T
Heretofore this State has usually been ol
-given a few extra ones for good meas- 01
-ure. The lynching this year was ov- bi
er in Newberry county, only a* short b
'while ago. -1
A record of such matters is kept at C
the governor's office: T
THREE PAY DEATH PENALTY. li
- One Negro at* Colugtibia -And Two at t
Berkeley Die on the Gallows. B:
A few minutes after 10 o'clock ont
last Friday morning Minus Hightower,
alias E. Byrd, diedl On the scaffold in
Columbia. The negro had been con- u
victed of criminal assault at a special c
term of court in November. He wass a
sentenced tog hang by special - Judge t
T. Yancey Williams.K
Moncks Corner, Dec. . 23.-Dying1
with positive declarations of their in-b
nocenee on their lips, '-two negroes. b
William Kelley, murderer, and James
Edwards, wife slayer, were- hangd fr
bere t'oday in the yard of the county C
jail, both being executed before noofr.
The men were -convict4d' of their
crimes during November, the senten c-F.
es of death were pronouiiced by the i
Hon. J. Ot4y Read, of St. George, the
* two being the first he ever imposed
fronm the circuit court bench.
LSVE LAUGHS A$ AGE AND COLD.b
* Oroomn 65, Bride 16 - Thirty-fIile.
Drive Over Ice and Snow, Eloip
- lng' -
Bristol, Tenn., Dec. 17.--Thomas F.a
Ha~mm. aged 65, and Miss Phoebe
Jane Adams, aged 16, eloped last
evening fromn Grayson county, Virgin
-Ia, and drove all night in an open' bug- st
-gy exposed to ice and snow, to Bris- c
toL where they were married at an t
-early hour today. During the drive of
30 miles over the mountains, Miss I
.Adams was benumbed and was barel'
.-able -to stand during the ceremony. t
Sh~e went to bed immediitely, corn-i
plailaing of severe paine due to the
-,- chill. She is being nursed by her la
~ather and husband.
A N:e-w J.arsey man named his twin t
sons Roosevelt and Taft. A friend ask- p
ed 'hint recently 'how they were get
ting along. th
"Famously," was the answer, "Taft re
digs steadily in to his breakfast bowl, da
'while Roosevelt yells and pounds him t
over the head with a spoon."
A Little Care Will Save Many New
-- berry Readers Future Trouble.
- Watch the kidney secretions.
See that they bave the amber hue of
The discharge -.oc g"cessive or in
Coei~nti no "brick-dust like" sedi
'Doan's Kidney Pills will do this for
They watch the kidneys and cure
* them when.they are 'sick.
ewberry, S. C., says: "I sutffered
)nsiderably from kidney and bladder
'ouble. About six months ago I had I
ich a severe attack that I found it
acessary to cak in a physician. The
issages of the kidney secretions
ere too frequent and often attended
ith pain. I was weak and nervous
ad my health was much run down.
was my good fortune to learn of
ean's Kidney Pills and I procilred a
DX\ at W. E. Pelham & Son's Drug
tore. Although I have not used th:=
>ng, I am rapidly improving and I
now that my system istbeing cleared
E the urie poisou that my k1ineys n
reviously failed remove." C
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
nts. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
ew York, sole agents for the United
Remember thd name-Doan's-and e
tke no other. B
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, p
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY. a
'COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. F
outh Carolina Loan and Trust Com
pany as trustee and in Its own right,
shley Manufacturing Company, Geo.
S. Mower as tristee, the Peoples'
National Bank of Prosperity, S. C.,
Raleigh Cotton Mills, Tryon Paper
Box Compapy, and Geo. D. Mayo
Machine Qompany, Defendants.
By virtue of an order of the Court
erein I will sell to the highest bid
er before the Court House at New
arry, S. C., Monday, salesday, January
,.1910, within the legal hours of sale.
.11 those two parcels, tracts and
iqces of land lying and being situate
i the Town of' Newberry, State of
outh Carolina, containing thirteen
3) acres, more or less, bounded and
scribed as follows:
The said two tract sare continuous
ad are bounded by Scott Creek, in
uding one-half thereof, by lands of
heodore Johnstone' by land formerly
T. Q. Boozer, and by Caldwell street h
r road leading from the Town of New
arry by the dairy farm, now owned
' Silas J. McCaughrin, and by the tv
:reet on the *west intersecting said h
aldwell' street,"- or, road Nin front of 0D
abor Hill's home place, and leading u
tto town, by lands formerli of Wil- s
m Langford, together with the right C
[ven the Newberry Knitting Mill in.0o
Le deed to it by A. G. Johnstone and ki
irr H. .Johnstone, as executors of of
ilas' Johnstone, deceased, dated Oc- 'SJ
iber 8, 1900, and recorded~ in Book cc
),,pages 177 to-179, that is to say, the tb
ght to abut against and erect a- dam tre
pon the opposite bank of Scott's er
-eek -at any point thereon opposite ac
iy of the land hereby conveyed, W/hich
yrders upon said creek, Vvith the fur- ela
er right to build. any masonry or - b
;her structure upon the' said oppositef cr
ik that may be necessary in the' bq
action of said 'dam, the dam not to of
higher .than the banks of m
id ,creek; also all machin- th
y, buildings and other property and p
anchises of Ashley ,Manufacturing is.
>mpany, the real estate hereby mort- co
tged is the property 'conveyed to
soley manufacturing company; by Z.
Wright on the 26th day ot May, g
Terms of sale: The purchaser shall wi
required to pay one-third of the tih
irchase price in cash and secure the sa
tlance by fis bond and mortgage oft sa
.e premises sold, payable in one and fo
io equaa annual installments, with
terest froin day of sale payable an
ially until the whole debt shall have
en paid, the bond and mnortg"age to -
intain a stipulation requiring the
Lyment of 10 per cent as attorney's
e if 'it is *placed in the hands of an ne
torney' for collection or collected by D
tit, and the mortgage 'to contain .a pa
ipulation requiring the mortgagor to be
rry insurance on the buildings tol W<
eamount of $10,000 dollars and a
gn the same to' the master as col- th:
teral with leave to the purchaser to sti
ticipate payments of the credit por- as
yn of the purchase price in whole or rh
part. The purchaser shall be re- f
iired to pay five hundred ($500) dol- Tr
rs in cash when his bid is accepted, E.
Ld upon his failure to do so the prop- -
ty shall be immediately resold on
e terms above fixed. Purchaser to ,
y for papers and recording same. Se
If the purchaser fails to comply with trj
e terms of sale, the property will be 15
sold at his risk osn the next sales- Ja
ty, or some convenient salesdr.y til
H.H. RIKARD, ul
Master for Newberr y County, S. C. bc
November 28, 1910. A.
A ddress ..~- .
SubjeCt to Rules of The I
Must be received at the offic
WILL GET A
You stand as good a chance
a any one else. All that's
ecessary is to buy your gro
One coupon given with
ach dollar cash purchase.
esides getting the very best
roceries at the very lowest
rices, you get this coupon
rist Patent Flour, saclk 70c
D lbs. Rice $1.00
lbs. good Coffee $1.00
0 lbs. best Keg Soda 25c
1305 Main Street.
['ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
,COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
mes N. McCaughrin, Plaintiff,
umes J. Lane, the First National Bank
of Clintoa S. C., the Palmetto Na
tional Bank, Carolina National Bank,
of Columbia, S. C., the Bank, of Co
lu;mbia, S. C., tha. Soulth Carolina
Loan aid Trust Company, Georgia
Chemical Works, M. S. Bailey & Son
and Wallace E. Todd, Defendants,
By virtue of the order of the court
Wrein, I\will sell before tha court
use door of Newberry, S. C., Mon
,y, Salesday, January 2, 1911, 'be
reen the Jegal hours of sale, to the
ghest bidder, a9ll that piece, parcel
tract of-land lying and being sit
rte in the County and State afore
id, containding six and forty-4ree
thu~ndrei (6'43-100) acres, more
'Jess, and bounded by public roeff
towun as the Columbia road, by land
S. P. Crotwell, by land of Henry M.
ig, by a public road whic~h is a
ntimifation, of McCau'gbhrin avanue of
e Town of Newberry, S. C., and by a
at of land ,containing teng,and sev
ty-one one hundreds (10 71-100)
res, more or less.
Terms -of sale: One-bialf of the pur
ase money to& be> paid in cash, the
lance on a credit of one year, the
edit portio'n to be secured by the
d of the purchas~er and~ a mortgage
the premises sold, with an agf ee
snt therein that in case of default in
e payment of the credit portion 10
r cent. o( the amount due thereon
to be added as attQrney's fees, for
Ilection, in addition to principal and
Lerest. The purchaser to have leav3
anticipate payment of the credit
rtton in Whole or in part. In case
c bighest bidder fails to bomply
th his bid the land will be resold
e saine day .or , some convenient
leday thereafter at the risk of the
id highest bidder. Purchaser to pay
r papers and recording the same.
H. H. RIKARD,
Newberry; S. C., D~ee. 5, 1910
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arly four years of suffering from a
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ial bottles free. Guaranteed by W.
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
A.ccunt Christmas holidays, the
aboard Air Line will sell low round
p tickets'between all points or Dec.
,16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 31 and
nary 1. Tickets good returning un-'
For full information, rates, sched
es, etc., call on your nearest Sea
ard agent, or write 'R. H. Stansell,
G. P. A., Savannah, Ga. td.
erald and News Contest.
.: e yDecember 2.
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