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G1E N EI Z-U NEWIS 'NOTES.
appenings of Interest Throughou
The World Condensed In Brief
Brave Firemen Perish in Chicago Fire
Fire Chief James Horan, Assistan
Chief Win. J. Burroughs and twenty.
bree men were killed under fallin<
alls, in a million dollar fire at th(
ock yards plant of Morris & Co., ir
icago early on Thursday of las
eek. Fifteen firemen were serious
injured. Mayor Busse spent teT
ours personally directing the searc
for the body of Chief Horan, who ha
een a life long friend:
Bi Loss of Life in Philadelphia.
Fourteen firemen and policemer
qre killed and more than forty sen
hospitals, suffering from injurie.
m -which some will not recover, a
result of the collapse of the walh
the burning ,ve-story factory o:
vid Friedlander, dealer in leathei
nants, at No. 1,116-20 Bodin(
eet, Philadelphia, last wegk.
usta Presents Editor Loyless Witl
$1,000 Silver Service.
unique siyrprise' was sprung or
itor Thomas W. Loyless, ' of th
gusta Chronicle, at 7 o'clock lasi
rsday evening, when he was - re
ested by a delegation from a meet
g quietly assembled, to present him
elf at the Chamber of commerce, o1
gista, a special request being mad(
t -Mrs. Loyless accompany him
usiness Angusta and the city, repre
ented by Mayor Thomas Barrett wh(
assembled a meeting of more that
100 business men, momentarily as
tounded Mr. Loyless by presenting hin
with a solid silver service costing
$1,000, of which he had not the slight
st advance inkling.
Col. W. W. 3[oore Appointed.
Governor Ansel appointed W. W
MOore, of Barnwell, to fill out the un
expired term of the late adjutant ane
inspector general, J. C. Boyd. Col
MoorV is theadjutant general-elect.
.Elled in Explosion oia Schooner.
One man was killed, one is missing
and two others were serio'usly injur
ed, when; a fifty-gallon drum of gas
oline exploded on ithe schoonerjLillit
White, of Key West, at the Gulf Re
,ining company's do-cks at Tampa
Killed Mother's Assailant.
~While an unknown intruder, a whit(
man, the worse for liquor, wrestles
with his mother, in their home on the
outskirts of Macon, Ga., Wichte:
SnUfti, 12 years old, pulled down his
ather's shotgL'n and blew the strang
Four Killed in N & W-, Wreck.
Roanoke, Va., Dec. 24.-Four weri
killed and several hurt when -the Nor'
folk and Western passenger train No
16, eastbound from Columbus,. Ohio
to Noi-folk, Va., due at Roanoke a
midnight tonight,~ was ~wrecked thit
'afternioon in tunnel 150. 6, near Wil
lamaton, W. Va.
kttemnpt to Wreck Iron Worls.
ILos Angeles, Cal., Dec. 25.-The Lle
wellyn Iron Works were partiall3
wxtecked by, an explosion. presumaba
of dynamite,' early this morning. Thi
force of the ' explosion tore out th4
front of the building, smashed win
d&ws for more -than a bgck and awak
ened pe,ople in residence district!
more than two miles away. The nigh
watchman was slightly injured. Th<
police have no clue to the perpetrators
but it is believed to have been the out
comesof the general labor troubles o
Los Angeles ,in- which the Llewellyi
company has been prominently involv.
Flies to a Height of 11,474 Feet.
- Aviation Field, Los Angeles, Cal.
1ec. 26.-Seventy-five thousand peo
esaw Arch Hoxsey, of the Wrigh
em of aviators, break the world'
ord for altitude here today. Hi
ared more than two miles up int<
esky, his barograph registering 11,
474 feet, or almost a thousanid fee
above the altitude of 10,499 feet re
cently -attained by Legagneux at Pau
France. This is the second time th<
existing world's altitude has beex
broken ini Los Angeles, the first tim<
ing last January, when Louis Paul
rose a little over 4,000 feet.
xsey acc-omplished his feat in
-ile gale that wrecked Huber
*'s Antoinette monoplane anm
- re cautious aviators on th<
ig New York Bank Closed.
~New York, Dec. 27.-The Northeri
Bank, of New York, with deposits II
its nine branches of $6,912,582 at thi
time o)f its last public statement, was
cloed today by 0. H. Cheney, Statt
Superintendent of banks, "for the ben
fit of depositors," because of "certait
Summer and Hipp Piano Contest.
~* * * * * * * * * * *
In the piano cont'est conducted byl
Summer & Hipp. the following is the
standing of the candidates:
Dosha Franklin, City.. ......17,800
Mary Hardeman, City. ......11,230
Mary Yocome, Mollohon. . 10,000
Daisy Milstead, Mollohon.. .... 7,000
L'aura Lominick,- City .... .. ..9751
Lizzie Earhardt. City.. ... ....1,000
Lossie Mae Boozer, City ......28,975
L Willie Mae Wise, Prosperity .. 7,000
Annie Singley, Slighs, ........16,060
Annie Mae Bedenbaugh, Slighs.23,800
Vera Boland, Little Mountain. 1,000
Ellie Jacobs, Little Mountain.. 14,041
Cora Sheely, Little Mountain .. 6,248
Maud Setzler, Pomaria.. .. ..14,000
Anna Koon, Pomaria.. .. ....8,440
Helen Hentz, Pomaria, R. F. D. 2,000
Annie Eargle, Pomaria.. ......1,000
Laura Suber. Pomaria.. ......4,241
Jannie Mae Sease, Newberry, R.
F. D:.... ..............13,954
Joe Caldwell, NewbeTry, R.,F. D. 1,000
Mayme Cromer, Newberry, R. F.
D.. ..... . . ....14,441;
Novice Brown, Newberry, R F D 1,000
Kate Henderson, Blairs, S. C.
R. F. D.. ..............5,2601
Rera Whitney, BIaigs, R. F. D.. 8,032
Mary Hardy, Blairs, R F. D. .. 10,654
Nanny Eison, Blairs, R. F. D... 1,000
Frances Jeter, Whitmire, S. C... 1,000
Winnie Henderson Whitmir.... 1,000
Edith Folk, Jalapa, S. C. .. ...21,125
Mary Brown, Newberry, R. F. D. 1,430
Marie Wendt, Newberry, R. F.D. 4,447
Essie Wilson, Newberry, R F. D 4,300
Willie Riser Chappells, R. F. D. 1,000;
Nina J. Atchison, Chappells... 9,0.60
M.ggie Livingston, Newberry, R.
F. D.. No. 4.. ..........1,000
Pearl Schumpert, Newberry, R.
F. D. No. 7.. ..........3,342
Maggie Livingston, City.. . ..10,894
,Lillia Ringer, Pomaria, R F. D. 6,826
Maggie Bobb, City.. .. ......1,0001
Ola Brown, Newberry, R. F. D. 1,00611
Clara Gibson, Prosperiiy, S. C... 10,604
Eula R'y Sligh, P&maria, R F D 1,000
Ida Colenoan, Silverstreet.. ....12,162
Lucia Hazle, Colemans, S.. C.,. 1.000
Ethel Crumbley, Colemans, S. C. 1,000*
S'Ella Summer, Newberry, S. C. 2,470
Ida Glenn, Saluda, S. C....... 4,490
Mattie Glasgow, 'Jaiapa,, S. C... 8,460
Miss Laura, Eargie.. ...... ...2,300
Miss B'411 Harmon.... .. ....15,210
Miss May Lake, Silverstreet ....16,700
Sum.mer & Hipp offer as inducement
to your regularjtrade at. their store
200 votes for every1, doliar 'spent . in
their general stock. in afay department.
The ballot box is now open'and
sample prize pianb Is .for view at the
store of Summer & Hipp, whet-e you
are invited to try it.
Arrangements have been made with
The Heralid and -News by which you
can get'200 votes for each dollar that
'you pay on renewal sof your subscrip
tion or'for new subscriptions.
IThis gives you. two opportunities. to
take the chance at this beautiful
We will sell to the hig'hest bidder
before the Court House- at Newberry,
S. C., during the legail hours of sale,
on Moday,Sa,lesday, January 2, 1911,
59 shares of 'tne capital kock of the
Newberry Land and Security Comn
5 shares of the capital stock of the
Spartan Cotton MiHls, of Spartanbur'g,
20 shares of' the capital stock of
the Clifton Manufacturing Company,
of Spartanburg, S. C.
30 shares of thie capital stock of the
Newberry Cotton Mills.
. 1 shares of the capital stock of the
Security Loan and Investment Comn
Terms of sale: Cash. '
Jon . iniard,
James P. Knard,
Efiecutors of the last will and testa
ment of Mrs. Mary M. Humbert, 'de
Decemhber 12, 1910. Te
fNow is the time to subscribe toTh
Herald and News.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEIfENT.
Notice is hereby given that I will
make final settlement of the estate of
James Caldwell, deceased, in the Pro-*
bate Court for 'ewberry County,
South Carolina, at 11 o'clock a. m.
on January 23, 1911, and will immed
iately thereafter apply for my dis-I
charge as administrator of said es' .ti .
All persons having claims against said
estate will file same forthwith with
Imy attorney, Eugene S. Blease, New
berry, S. C.
J. J. LANG-FORD,
GKICH ETER S PILLS
Ladies? Ask your Drug st for I
Chi-.ches-ter's Diamond Brand/\
PI'lIs in Red and Gold mtalic\
boxes, seaied with Blue Ribbon.
'Take no other. Buy of your,
Drugrt. Ask for ClI.0 Hs-TF.R S
MIAMOND BRAND) PILLS, for:le
years kno.n as Best.,Safest, Always Reliale
The Plumbing in
)r any new workc put in your h,ou
hould be the very best. We u
aynes, Jones & Gadberry fi;
:ures. There is, no better on tl
narket, and our; work is guara
:eed to give satisfaction. We w
)epleased to give you ati estimat
Transfer Headquarters. We ha
mything. 'Phone us.
iSSESSMElfT OF PERSONAL PRO
EETY FOR FISCAL YEAR 1911.
I, or an authorized agent, will
tthe following places named beli
r the purpose of taking returns
prsonal property for fiscal year 191
Newberry, January 1 to 1Q, minc
Kinards, Wednesday, Jan. 11
Whitmire, ~ Thur.pday and Fridi
Jnuary 12 and 13.
-Jolly Street, Monday, Jan. 16.
Pomai'ia, Tuesday, Jan. 17.
Walton, Wednesday, Jan. 18.
Glymphiville, .Thursday, Jan. 19.
Maybinton, Fri, y, Jan. 20.
Prosperity, Monday and Tuesde
n. 23 and 24.
Little Mountain, Wednesdag~ Ja
O'Neall, Thursday, Jan. 26.
St. Lukes, Friday, Jan. 27.
Longshores, Monday, Jan. 30.
Slverstreet, Tuesday,. Jan. 31.
Chappe11ey.Wednesday, Feb. 1.
And at Newberry until February:
~ter which date a'penalty of 50 1:
~nt. will be adided against all perso>
-ms, or corporations failing to ma
The law requires a tax to be chax
Bd on all moneys, notes and mo:
ages, also an income tax on grc
co'es in excess of $2,500.
There shall be a capitation tax
ty cents on all dogs, the procee
obe expended for school purpos'
ogs not returned for taxation sh;
t be conisidered as property in a
fthe courts -of this State.
Afl male persons between the aa
f21 and 60 years are libl .to p
poll tax, except Confederate ssoldie
- those persons incapable of eat
g a support from being maimed
om any other cause.
Nothing but personal property is
eassessed this year, but all perso
who have bought or sold any real
ate since last return are required
ote such transfers on their retur
All property must be assessed'
s true value," which is construed
mean "the sunr of .money for whi
uch property, under ordinary c
imstances, would sell for cash."
Please do not ask tixgt your prc
rty be taken from the auditor's d
ricate the same as last return, I
e law requires that all proper
nust be listed on regular tax retu
anks an lisigned and swcrn to
rson listing same.
Name of township and school d
ict must be given on every retul
Eug. S. Werts,
Auditor Newberry County.
Newberry, S. C.
The Cill of the Blood'
or purification, finds voice in'
oils, sallow complexion ~ ndic'
ook moth patches. tibotches<
h skin-all signs of liver troub]
ut Dr. King's New Life Pills mai
h red blood; give cleav En, rol
heeks. fine complexion, hed'th. T:
m 5c+a W E. Pelham's.
oes Not Strain, the Eyes
>n't use a small concentrated light
one shoulder. it puts an unequal
on your eyes. Use a diffused, soft,
v light that cannot flicker, that equal
ie work of the eyes, such as the, Rayo
gives, and avoid eye strain.
.e Rayo is designed to give the
ight, and it does.
has a strong, durable shade-holder
held firm and true. .A new burner
added strength. Made of solid
and finished in nickel. Easy to
polished. The Rayo is low priced,
o other lamp gives a better light at
Mce a Rayo User, Always One.
re. If not at yours, write for descriptimy
tcr to the nearst agncy of the
ard Oil Company
often puts opportunity within
A chance for a good invest
ment comes sooner or later and
if you have the money the pro
5S fit is yours; if not, the other fel
e low gets it.
Open an account with this
ie bank and save systematically,
you will then have the READYI
MONEY when opportunity comes
e. your way.
we offer you ABSOLUTE
Lil SAFETY for your savings, and
will allow interest credited quar
beNBANK OF POMARIA,
1: Z. T. PINNER, V. LSMITHl,
R. H1 HIP, Vice-President
n-writes Lola P. Roberts, of
Vienna; Mo., "I used to be
sick most of the time and
suffered with backache ahd
hea,dache. My Mother,who
had been greatly helped by
0 the use of Cardui, got mie
erl ,two. bottles, and I have
i been well ever since."
d*,s The Woman's Tonic
a-. 1Cardui is a gentle tonic
nfor young and old women.
It relieves and prevents
es pain. It builds strength. It
ay feeds the nerves. It helps'
Is the whole system.
-j. Mad e from harmless
or jroots anld herbs, it has no
to' bad after-effects, does not
asI interfere with te use of
3-any other medicine and can
to do you nothing but good.
Try Cardui. It will help
atyou. Your dealer sells it.
r-Scale of Vote for The: Herald and News
u- An increase of 500 vo,tes on every
or year will be given on New Subscrip
ttions. The following scale for old and
by months, 75 cents .. ......500 vgtes.
1 year, $1.50.. .. .. ....1,000 vo .
2 years, $R.00.... .. ....2,500 es.'
3. years, $4.50.... .....4,0 votes.
5 years, $7.50.... ,d votes
10 years, $15.00.. ..25/00 vot .
25 years, $--.. ..100,000 vof-S
_No de time to subscribe to fh0
*rid and News.
S. I DR. MrELDAU
m will answer emergency calls icon-,
e. nection with his office work. pecial
tties, norphine and other dri ' habits. C
Hours 9 to 1 forenoon; 4 f, 8 after- e
noo. 0-28-6mos |a
Showing What Small Savings Will
Do In The Aggiegate.'
The laigestwailway company in this country
recently borrow4 fifty million 'doliars, on its
bonds, from the peopp of France. This is re
markable, owing,to similar lnans? made o6 same
people to other countries, about the same time.
Where do the French people get -all cf this
money?. Jno. D. Rockefeller, after returning
from one of his trips to Paris,. tells tfie secret in
.seven words: "The people of France save their
money." YOU cannot afford Ito take any un
necessary risk with your hard-earned savings.
During these prosperous times the temptation
to invest in some form of speculation'is very
gieat. -A11'sorts of inducements are offered, -
and, unless great caution is exercised, ertors
are likely to be made whith will prove costly,
The shrewd investor dots not put his money in
to every scheme presented which promises large
returns, or intoisome speculation grara.nteed to
return you something ,for nothing; rather is he
satisfied with ABSOLUTE SECURITY for
both PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST- such as
is afforded by this Bank. -
Would it not be well for you to begigr&aving.
NOW, according to the policy of the French
people? Your account, large or,small will
welcomed. Make a START RIGHT AW
by coming in and talking over. your interests
with our Cashier.
Newberry, Savings Bank
OF NEWBERRY S. C.
Capita - - $5O,O0O*O'
JAS. MdIITOSli, President J. E. NORWOOD, Cashier,
hereby nominate 'as a -candidate in THE
'HERALD AND NEWS contest Mr.; Mrs, or Miss
Under, no circumstance. wl the iom nitor's
name be divulged..
who eat of lNunnal- it'sgo~od al the tine '
ly's Candies- enjoyr
them so much
just don't want y .IJZ
other kind. I ' ot p g
tur'a have been the -1 r m1
styndard in .candy LU IF
ity and goodness.
ereceive almost (AtTI T Y~ @
daily express ship- ~ ~ IL
tments, assuring un
equalled freshness. Nwer ony aur 7 91
Newberry, s. C. .nmdeyteeatrapyfrm
]DSTATE NOTICE. Sf5~odfgdmnsaantti
otice is. hiereby given that,as exe-duyatsetoeoro.hntn&
utr of the will of Mrs. Mary E. Ris- Cae eoetesi ae
,deceasea, I -will make a settlement J .ETN,J.
f eres~ri~ ie roat Curifr 1medite three uy or.m
dicagAssc xetr llpr