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Case Held Up for a Few Days By S
Upon a petition consisting of
pages of typewritten manuscript, a
leging that the supreme court h
overlooked some important points,
its recent decision in the case of tl
State against John Y. Garlington ai
James Stobo Young, convicted
breach of trust in connection with t:
Seminole Securities cor.pany, a st;
of remittitur unt! the third day
the coming session of the court,
granted in an order by Chief Justi
Jones, filed Friday morning in t:
office of the clerk of the court. T
November term of the court conven
ovember 28. It was noted. in t
Record Thursday that Chief Justi
Jones had that day informed the cle
of the court, General U. R. Brooks,
legraph, that he had ordered a st
In the opinion rendered by the cou
ffirming the decision of the low
ourt, it is stated that, "the defen
ants having been found guilty up(
the fourth count only, the question
to whether any crime was sufficien1
aarged in the other counts of the i
ctment becomes purely speculativ
it need not be considered, in t
bsence of any showing of prejudic
rror in the admission of evidence
The petitioners alleged in genei
that the court overlooked material t(
timony and evidence in the cat
-1which had been and could only ha
n admitted on the trial of t
counts which were moved to
quashed, but which show, if consid(
by the jury, to have actually or
east in all probability affected p:
judicially their minds against the 4
fendants." The petitioR goes ov
eviery ground of appeal upon whi
the opinion of the court was given.
I Chief Justice's Order.
The following is the order filed
Vhief Justice Jones:
"On hearing the petition of John
Garlington and James Stobo You]
Iefendants and appellants herein,
a stay of remittitur herein, and ui
due consideration of the grounds
orth and referred to in said petiti
t is ordered that a stay of remitti
erein be, and the same is here
anted, until tlie third day of I
suing term, subje't to the order
"Ira B. Jones,
he motion for rehearing was me
ore the chief justice at chambers
caster Thursday by Mr. Chris
net, of Columbia.
FINDS TWO GUILTY.
Jury Acquits Third Defendant in Et
sas City-Four Xen Have
Jincoln Centre, Kas., Nov. 24.-T
Ithe three men charged with co
licity in the tarring of Miss Me
amberlain, a school teacher, Jo
hmidt and Sherrill Clark, tod
ere found guilty in Judge Grove
urt, while A. N. Simms, the thi
fendant, was acquitLed. The ju
as out nearly 30 hours. Sentence a
.eferred to permit attorneys to arg
motion for a new trial.
Earlier in the day the court i
d sentences as onie year each
il, the extreme penalty, on Ever
Clark, Jay Fitzwater, Wats
ranton and Edward Ricord, C(.
ssed.assailants of Miss Char.berla
he four confessed octore the prest
ial began. The ceart ruled that t
n must pay the cost of the proj
AUTO DRIVER CONVICTED.
nslaughter Verdict, Result of TI
Deaths In Collision.
aunton, Mass., Nov. 23.-Edwa
Hancock was found guilty of ma
ughter today, as the result of
utomobile accident, in which M
ttie Thomas and George Hunt we
ltd, in Attleboro last April. SE
nce was postponed.
Charles W. H. Day, who was in t
with Hancock, was acquitted
imilar charge. Both men are prol
ent residents of Attleboro.
Sealed applications will be receiv
il December 1, 1911, for the poI
of County Physician and Keep
he County Home for the year 19:
L. I. Feagle,
1-3t. County Supervisor.
LE OF PEBSONAL PROPERT3
~authority giveni to me by t
ate Court, I wIl1 sell at the la
idenca e n anMe T. Dominick, d
AIR LINE RAILWAY
nternational Grand Prie Automobile Race
ly 24 LAPS-480 MILES
Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 30th
3 Races Nov. 27
as VANDERBILT CUP RACE
"~ 17 LAPS-289 MILES
b Savannah Challenge Trophy Race
in 13 LAPS-221 MILES
,a Tiedeman Trophy Race
"- 10 LAPS-170 MILES
he Tickets will be sold for all Trains Nov. 26, 27, 28 and 29,
be for Trains Scheduled to arrive Savannah before noon Noyem
r- ber 3oth, 1911, and will be limited for retnrn to reach original
at starting point by midnight of December 4th, 1911.
le- Parking Space for Automobiles for six people, both days $5o.o
-er Boxes to accommodate six people $50 00
chI Reserved Seats for Grand Stand good for both days $3.00
General Admission $i.oo
by Other Attractions Tuesday, Nov. 28, at 8-30 p. m.
Grand Parade Dramatic Order Knights of Khorassan Wed
Y- nesday, November 29th, at 3 p. m. Georgia-Auburn Foot
1g' Ball Game. Savannah Poultry Show will be on the whole week.
on See your nearest Ticket Agent ror Pullman Reservations,
et Special Train Service and full Information.
nr J. S. ETCHBERGER, C. W. SMALL, C. B. RYAN, R. H. STANSFIJ,
'Trav. Pass. Agent. Trav. Pass. Agt. Gen. Pass. Agt: Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
deIceased, on Saturday, the 2nd day of IThe house on the home lot must
,d December, 1911, beginning at 10 insured by the purchaser for not I
o'clock, the .personal property of the Jthan two-thirds of its value andi
tie* estate of the said decedent, consisting. insurance policy assigned to the M
of two mules, one horse, hogs, cattle, Iter a additional security. Purchas<
wagon and buggy, farm tools and im- Ito pay for papers and recording
plements, corn and fodder, etc. same. H. H. RIKARD,
Terms of sale cash. Master for Newberry County, S. C
flu J. L. Dominick, 'November 6, 1911.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
w'o STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
cn- COUNTY OF NEWBERRY- COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
*ry COURT OF COMMON PLEAS-I The Bank of Columbia, S. C., Plai
an James F. Epting, Sr., individualy and Iagainst
ay as Administrator of Lula B. Epting, JThe Havird Company, Bettie Havi
r's deceased, Plaintiff, The Bank of Prosperity, The Ba
rd against of Saluda and Robert L. Luther a
ry Lewie L. Lane, William L. Lane, Ver- M. H. Kempson, Defendants.
na Lane, Drayton L. Lane, James -F- By virtue of an order of the Col
neEpting, Jr., Harry D. Epting, and F. herein, I will sell to the highest
M. Schumpert as public guardian of Ider, before the court house at Ne
'- Guy H. Bodie, a minor, Defendants. bry nSuhCrln,wti
mfl By order of the Court herein, I willleahorofse,nMnaySl
tsell 'before the court house at New- dy eebr4 91 l h i
Ol berry, S. C., within the legal hours oftilanitestoBtieHvd
'1sale, to the highest bidder, on sales-antollhttrc,peerpr
mday in December next, the~ same being o ad yn n en nteT
nt the 4th day of said month, all that lotofPspeiyCuny*fNwr
Iof land lying and being situate in theSteofouhCrln,ctan
e- Town of Newberry, County of New- tet-ie(5 ce,mr rl
berry, State of South Carolina, known adbuddb otenRi'
as Lot No. 1, of the Home Place of cmaysln,ln fB .Hi
Lul B Epin,ecese, buned be.C.rry, notheroln,s ihi.
Boundry sreet ratontree,aLo Teem e of sale: The purher rig
Nos. and of sid lads.e reqird itorest on ethirdavird
AlsoLot o. 2of sid HmeP ace, t pucae price inras, thee balanre
r bundd byBoudar Stret,LOtone land, twoinga annbein instaheno
n- No. 1 ad 3 f sai HomePlac Pr,osptinerety frount daof saeber
Slt ofT. Eping whih wllStamo e of cent., pa aolnal, containe
~~ fully shonan bypasosadlt,meportinded be secu thendil
rel By ..EHigin, deceasedo, datned No-S the urBar and athertggeo
veBedry 15,reet, Drayton siethe prmsssLotihlav otep
Neos.2unty S3 Cof sidh labos.edcei otini hleo at
lof on t ifo.hepurchaerifaiomto cmplye,
n.. es. n of saOirdome thae pu-tetemnfdaesi poet
chaseopric T.E ings, thec balnce inonere slonteflwigaes
and twlysow yeas eqaid nultal matde ikohefre uca
e by theW bigns, ofthsurchaer, ad ao- nehnrdolri da
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. hoeCounyrS . int the cre portintoeed i aeo orcoueo u
beariTers fo m e Othd of sae atteamutduur-ena atre
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I REFUSB ALL SUBSTITUTES and
IFor sale and guaranteed by GilderNoh
& Weeks, Newberry, S. C-. unfail
a~STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, trolle
rs COUNTY OF NEWE.3RRY. Hon4
By Frank M. Schumpert, Esquire,
Probate Judge. For e
WHEREAS, E. H. Longshore made , full v
_suit to me to grant him letters of ad- - judict
ministration of the estate of and ef- with1
fects of Mrs. Maggie m. Longshgre,
THESE ARE THE~REFORE to cite
and admonish all and singular the
Skindred and creditors of the said Mrs.
Maggie S. Longshore, deceased, that
,they be and appear before me, in the Space dc
nCourt of Probate, to be held at New- J
nberry, S. C., on the 6th day of Decem
ber, next af ter publication thereof, at ....
t11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show.
.d cause, if any they have, why the said. =====
. administration should not be granted.
lGIVEN under my hand, this 20th
-day of Nove.mber Anno Domini, 1911
ht, , Frank M. Schumpert,
55, cember, 1911, be
ay - ty often per Ci
-- - STATE OF SO
ut Frank M. Schi
-w Guardian of
Attacks School Principal.mnr Pan
hA severe attack on school principal, Rbr-Nri
dChas. B. Allen, of Sylvania. Ga., is thusRbrtNois
htold by him. "For more than three Executor ofi
l'years.' he writes, "I suffered indescri- tament of Mr
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.neys. All remedies failed till I used I liam C. Norri:
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ythis wonderful remedy cured me com- I By virtue of
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fney disorders, billousness, and for|J berry, South Ca
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se.at W. E. PPlhams December 4, 191
nCOLLECTI@N OF TOWN TAXES. lying and being
e- of Newberry, Si
Notice is hereby given that the Tax on the waters
Books for the Town of Newberry, S. known as the "I
C., will he open tromn the 15th dla of taining one hu
Octobm. 1911, to the let dav of Dc-JI (117) acreS. RO:
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th inclusive. A penal-1 by lands of George Johnstone, John C.
r. will be added after Neel, John C. Halfacre and estate of
1911. George DeWalt, being tihe same tract
J. R. Scurry, of land whereon I now reside and
C. &T. T.C..N. Iwhich was conveyed to me by deed
-- -I from Henry Halfacre, recorded in the
[5TH CAROLINA., office of the register of mesne convey
'NEWBERRY. .ance for Newberry County, S. C., at
DMMON PLEAS. i'page -- book-.
impert, Probate Judge Terms of sale: One-third cash, and
County and Public thle balance in one and two equal aa
William D. Hatton, a nual payments, with interest on the
if, credit portion from day of sale at the
against rate of 8 per cent. per annum, Interest
individually, and as payable annually, said credit portioa
:he Last Will and Tes- to be secured by a bond of the pur
s. E. H. Norris, deceas- chaser and a mortgage ofL the premises
uce, Kittie Norris, Wil- sold, said bond and mortgage to pro
s, Lucy May White and vide for 10 per cent. attorney's fee
is, Defendants. in case of collection by suit or by an
n order of the' Court' attorney, with leave to the purchaser
ell to the highest bid- jto anticipate the payment of the cred
court house at New- jit portion in whole or in part, and fa
rolina, within the legali case the purchaser fails to con 't'
on Monday, selesday, with the terms herein within t' .
1, all that tract of land after the day of said sale, the Mas
situate in the county ter will resell said tract of land 'm
ate of South Carolina,. the following salesday at the risk ,f
of Cannon's creek,: the former purchaser. Purchaser to
Isaac Hunt place," con- pay for papers and recording of sante.
ndred and seventeen -II. H. -RTKARD,
e or less, and boundog Master for N. C., S. C.