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Iulford Drives Lozier Car to Victory
in Great Vanderbilt Event at .
Grand Prize Race Course, Savan-Ii
nah, Ga., Nov. 27.-Whien a white 1
streak flashed by the judg-zs stand late
today at the finish of the seventh
Vanderbilt cup race, the American
automobile world hailed Ralph K.
Mulford, driver of a Lozier car, as a
Not only had Mu"orcl lowAred all
previous Vanderbi't records, but he
also had surpass3d tie San MQnica
performance of Har: Herrick in
covering 202 miles at a rate of 74.63
miles per hour. At that h was push
ed to -win the 202 mie contest by
Ralph De Palma, the brilliant driver
of - French Mercedes. De Palma.
finished just little more than two
minutes behind the winner and eight
minutes in advance of the other mer
cedes entrant, Spencer Vishart.
Only six of the 14 cars to start were
in at the finish and much to the sur
prise of every one such stars as b I
Burman, the "speed king," and David
Bruce-Brown, winner of last year's
grand prize race, were among those
forced to drop out through the defec
ion of their racing machines.
The race was run and won without:
the exaction of the usual toll of hu-!
an life. Among the numerous acci-11
dents which befell luckless contestants.
to the detriment of their chances to I
possess the coveted trophy, only one I
imperiled life and limb. A rear wheel
on Bruce-Brown's Fiat car flew off at
the head of the long Ferguson avenue I
stretch after a turn had been taken I
at slow speed. Bruce-Brown and his
mechinician escaped unhurt to live I
and race another day.
,1Mulford Barely Ahead.
At the beginning of 'the 17th and
last lap, Milford was but a scant two
minutes ahead and the spectators,
arose and cheered him as he dashed
by for the finish. Like an angry wolf
on his trial, De Palma's beautiful
blue-gray Mercedes swerved around
the curve at a 75-mile clip and lit
*erally flew upon the straight-way in
"Number 8 (Mulford) is in the
stretch," cried the announcer through
his megaphone, and tihe crowd rose as
one and strained eager eyes towards
the spot half a mile away where Mul
ford would come into sight. Though
defeated, De 'Balma was game to the
end, and he also was wildly cheered
as he finished two minutes and 11
seconds behind the winner.
'The elapsed time of the six cars
which finished the race was as fol
Lozier (Ralph Mulford), 236 :00.67;
-Mercedes (-Ralph De .Palma),
238 :11.95; Mercedes (Spencer Wis
hart), 246:20.37; Lazier (Harry
Grant), 250:37.37; Fiat (F. H. Par
ker), 254:25.88; Pope-Hummer (Louis
The average speed of the winner
was 74.07 miles an hour. Herrick's
record was 74.63. The record for a
former Vanderbilt race was 65.08
miles an hour, held by Harry Grant,
'winner of the 1909 and 1910 races, who
finished fourth today. No new world's
records was hung up today, except
that for 202 miles, s Nazarro averag
ed 74.15 miles for 528 meters in the1
race for the Florio cup in France in
SInterest now turns to the Grand
Prize race to be run on Thanksgiving:
Sday. The famous German Benz team,
led by Hemery, is entered in this con
test,' which will be longer by seven
laps than today's contest.
6"BARGAflED" FOR PRESIDENICYI
Roosevelt's Niame Figures in Startling
tion With IMoney Kinlg.
Wa.shington, Nov. 28.--Wharton
arker, a retired banker, of Philadel
ia, sprang a sensation on the sen
committee on interstate commerce
day, when he alleged that a New
rk financier told him in 1904 that
e financial interests would support
eodore Roosevelt for president, be
use Roosevelt had "made a bargain!
th them on the railroad question."
Mr. Barker's statemlent came in the
ldst of a~ vigorous attack on the
"Money Trust," in which he alleges
also that President koosevelt had been:
given the details of the impending
panic of 1907 several months before it
'iappened, but took no action to pre-!
Mr. Barker also~ declared that the
ldrich curreny plan was the handi
ork, not of former Senator Aldrich,'
ut of Mr. Warbur, of the banking firm
Kuhn, Loeb & Co., of New York, 1
d that a fund of $1,000,000 had been
rad to secure its adoption. <
Switched to Roosevelt. j
"' or m =c w-Z..Mk hefre the 1
A. 1 , &ILAI'd Mr. Barker, "I
vas walking down broadway when I
net one of the most distinguished
noney kings in New York, a man now
lead. He said to me: 'We are going
:o elect Roosevelt.' I expressed sur
;rise and asked if he had given up
:he support of Parker. He said yes,
:hat they had frightened Roosevelt so
,e had made a bargain with them."
Members of the committee looked
somewhat incredulous and Mr. Barker
"I wish Mr. Roosevelt were here."
"I wish he were," said Senator
lownsend. "It would be interesting."
Mr. Barker said the financial giant
.hom he declined to name told him
:hat RooseVelt had "made a bargain
)n the railroad question."
Mr. Barker continued:
All Fixed, it Seems.
"He is to holler all he wants to,' he
;old me, 'but by and by a railroad bil
vill be brought in by recommendati i
f the president, cutting oZf rebaLes
and free passes, which suits us who
)wn the railroads, permitting the rail
'oads to make pooling arrangements
md providing for riax:mum rates.'"
The railroad man added, said Mr.
3arker, that under the latter authority
t would be possible to add froim $300,
)00,000 to $400,000,000 to the total
reight charges paid by the American
"1 told him I did not believe Roose
relt had made any such agreement,"
)aid Mr. Barker, "but when the annual
nessage of 1905 went to congress he
-ecommended most of those things. I
vrote to President Roosevelt and told
iim what I had heard, and that I had
hought the man lied, but now I must
)elieve he had not. It was the only
etter of mine Mr. Roosevelt ever fail
,d to answer."
Harriman the Man?
Members of the committee asked
r. Barker to give the name of the
inancial man who had told him that
R.oosevelt was to be elected.
"I can not do it," said Mr. Barker,
'but subsequently somebody was al
eged to have stolen some correspond
mce between Mr. Harriman and the
tresident, telling of $250,000 put up
~or election expenses in the city of
KILLS FAMILY, THENJ HIMSELF.
Wife, Mother, Sister, Children, Vic
tims of Italian's Rage.
New York, Nov. 28.-Ignapia Plos
ia, an Italian storekeeper, killed his
wife, his mother, his sister and then
iis two children, then shot himself to
leath in the rooms back of his store,
it Lodi, N. J., a small town near Hack
msack, this afternoon.
Plospia had quarrelled with his
~amily and had been away a week.
Ie returned this afternoon and went
nto the store. A customer who en
ered the store soon after found the
~orpses. The man used a revolver,
tnd each cartridge counted for a life.
LEVER FIRST AT CAPITAL
lengressmani From Seventh South
Carolina District Ready for Open
ing of Long Session.
Washington, Nov. 28.-Rejresenta
ive A. F. Lever, of South Carolina, is
he first member of the congressional
lelegation from that State to reach
Washington for the coming session of
With Mrs. Lever he will make his
iome while here at 218 'north Capitol
Brooks 5. Wingard, Mr. Lever's sec
'etary, also arrived today and began
etting things to rights for the open
AT THE THEATRE. *
December 1-Daniel Boone.
December 12--College Minstrels.
December 14--The Traitor.
December 25-The Thief.
January 3-Finnegan's Honeymoon.
Janiuary 15-The County Sheriff.
,February 8-Madame Sherry.
February 16-Paid in Full.
February 22-The Lyman Twins.
March 29-A Woman of the Hour.
April 6-Christy Bros. Minstrels.
April 24-The Traveling Salesman.
Now is the time to subscribe to
'he Herald and News.
Sealed app-i-tio:n: will he received
mtil December 1, 1911, for the posi
ions of Cctnty 7hysician and Keeper
>f the County H,me er tle year 1912.
LT IT F"eoa
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
By authority given to me by tl
Probate Court, I will sell at the lai
residence of Daniel T. Dominick, d(
ceased, on Saturday, the 2nd day (
December, 1911, beginning at I
o'clock, the personal property of th
estate of the said decedent, consistin
of two mules, one horse, hogs, cattl
wagon and buggy, farm tools and in
plements, corn and fodder, etc.
Terms of sale cash.
J. L. Dominick,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
James F. Epting, Sr., individualy an
as Administrator of Lula B. Eptinj
Lewie L. Lane, William L. Lane, Vei
na Lane, Drayton L. Lane, James I
Epting, Jr., Harry D. Epting, and I
M. Schumpert as public guardian <
Guy H. Bodie, a minor, Defendant
Ty order of the Court herein, I w
sell before the court nouse at Nev
berry, S. C., within the legal hours <
sale, to the highest bidder, on sale.
day in Deceffiber next, the same bein
the 4th day.of said month, all that It
of land lying and being situate in th
Town of Newberry, County of Nev
berry, State of South Carolina, know
as Lot No. 1, of the Home Place <
Lula B. Epting, deceased, bounded b
Boundary street, Drayton street, L(
Nos. 2 and 3 of said lands.
Also Lot No. 2 of said Home Plac<
bounded by Boundary street, Lc
Nos. 1 and 3 of said Home Place an
lot of T. E. Epting, which will be mor
fully shown by plats of said lots, mad
by F. W. Higgins, surveyor, dated Nc
vember 15,- 1910, now on file in th
Clerk of Court's office for Newberr
County, S. C., in the above entitle
Terms of Sale: One-third of the pui
chase price in cash, the balance in on
and two years in equal annual instal
ments, the credit portion to be secui
ed by the bond of the purchaser and
mortgage of the premises sold, wit
leave to the purchaser to anticipai
payments of the credit portioni
Iwhole or in part; the credit portion 1
bear interest from the day of sale
the rate of 7 per cent. per annum, pa:
able annually; said bond and mor
gage to contain a stipulation for te
per cent. for attorney's fees in can
the same is collected by suit or puti
the hands of an attorney for collectio:
The house On the home lot must 1
insured by the purchaser for not les
than two-thirds of its value and ti
insurance policy assigned to the Mal
ter as additional security. Purchase1
to pay for papers and recording tU
same. H. H. RIKARD,
Master for Newberry County, S. C.
November 6, 1911.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COTUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The Bank of Columbia, S. C., Plainti:
The Havird Company, Bettie HavEr
The Bank of Prosperity, The Bat
of Saluda and Robert L. Luther at
M. H. Kempson, Defendants.
By virtue of an order of the Cou:
herein, I will sell to the highest bi<
der, before the court house at Ney
berry, in South Carolina, within tU
legal hours of sale, on Monday, sales
day, December 4, 1911, all the righ
title and interest of Bettie Havirdi
and to all that tract, piece or parci
of land, lying and being in the Tow
of Pros.perity, County of Newherr:
State of South Carolina, containin
twenty-five (25) acres, more or les
and bounded by Sou-thern R.ailwa
company's land, land of B. B. Hair an
S. C. Barre and others.
Terms of sale: The purchaser wi
be required to pay one-third of t1
purchase price in cash, the balance i
one and two equal annual instalment
with interest from day of sale at
per cent., payable annually, the cred
portion to be secured by the bond(
the turchaser and a mortgage of th
premises sold, with leave to the pu3
chaser to anticipate payment of th
credit portion in whole or part, an
if the purchiaser fails to comply wit
the terms of sale said property wi
'%t resold on the following salesda
at the risk of the former purchase:
The purchaser shall be required t
pay one hundred dollars immediatel
when property is knocked down t
him. Said bond and mortgage to cot
a3n l st'nb'.ion for 10 per cent. <
fes in et.e of foreclosure or put i
the amouri dua therean as attorney
'he "a nds of an attorney for collectioTi
PrcLzaser to pay for papers and r<
H. H. RiKARD,
Master for Newberry County. S. C.
.. n L, . 1911.
-. fnarc y
Monarch service is
- our office, and continues
g y,.r comiman%d.
n Monarch Machines
for Monarch Literature.
t post card will bring full ii
a Restores color to Gray. or
h Faded hair-Removes Dan
edruff and invigorates the Scalp
n: -Promotes a luxuriant,
o healthy hair growth-Stops its
t falling out. Is not a dye.
r$1.00 and 50. at Drug Stores or directy.or
receipt of price ad dealer's name. Send 1.
tfor saple bottle.-Philo Hay Specialties Co.,
Newark, N. J.U. S.A.
SHay's hairRna Soap is une-naied
I for Shampooing the hair and keeping the Sa1
e lean and healthy, also for red, rough chapped.
n hands and face. 25c. at Druggists.
2. REUSB ALL SUDITITUTBSI
lFor sale and guaranteed by GIlder
i & Weeks, Newberry, S. C.
-STATE.OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Le COUNTY OF NEWE3RRY.
By Frank M. Schumpert, Esquire,
WHEREAS, E. H. Longshore made
-suit to me to grant him letters of ad
ministration of thle estate of and ef*
fect,s of Mrs. Maggie e. Longshore,
THESE ARE THEREFORE to cite
*and admonish all and singular -the
kindred and creditors of the said Mrs.
Maggie S. Longshore, deceased, that
they be and appear before me, in the
kCourt of Probate, to be held at New*
dberry, S. C., on the 6th day of Decem*
ber, next after publication thereof, at
t 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show~
cause, if any they hav'e, why the said
- administration should not be granted.
e GVN under myhand, this 20th
day of Novemnber Anno Domini, 1911.
tFrank M. Schumpert,
n J.P. for N.C.
Attacks School Principal.
e, A severe attack on school principal,
d Chas. B. Allen, of Sylvania. Ga., is thaus
h told by him. "For more than three
lyears," he writes, "I suffered indescri
bable torture from rheumatism, liver
and stomach -trouble and diseased kid
-neys. All remedies failed till I used
Electric Bitters, but four bottles of
y this wonderful remedy cured me comn
petely." Such results are common.
oThousands bless them for curing stom
-ach trouble, female complaints, kid
f ney disorders, billiousness, and for
anew health and vigor. Try them. Only
50c at W. E. Pe.lham's.
ICO)LLECTION1 OF TOWN TAXES.
Notice is hereby given that the Tax
Books for the Town of Newbe. r,. 6,.
C., will be open from the 1.tb *av m~
-. When you
-. writer there
lished for yoi
vice. You a:
machind is g4
ble pany does nc
er's hands, bi
keen in the P
in use many
way to a pro
establishad for you the moment il
during ali the years it is in us(
may be purchased on the month]
Learn the many reasons for M<
COLUMBIA, S. C.
IT WILL PAY YOU I
OUR CLAIM THAT WE SEL
OF GOODS FOR LESS TI
No catch penny methods a
catch and to squeeze the
value for your money or ri
guaranteed or money re
square deal each and ever
for you than a few articles
and "HELL" on anything
No house on earth could have 1
- unfair onslaught of competitiot
since we are in business unless
Honest Principles and Co
For every penny you spend yo
full value and more or no sale.
judice you can see that it is to
0. KLE T
THE FAIR AND SQU
Space does not permit "quotation'
FOR RAW FUIR
Wool on Commisslol
JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUIsYIL
eember, 1911, both inclusive. A penal- by
ty of ten per cer.t. will be added after Ne
December 1st, 1911. G.e
J. R. Scurry, , of
C. &T. T. C.N. I Wh
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, offi
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY. .an
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. Ip
Franki M. Schumpert, Probate Judge
. for Newberry Cognty and Publicth
Guardian of William D. Hatton, a flu
minor, Plaintiff, cre
Robert Norris, individually, and aspa
Executor of the Last Will and Tes- to
tament of Mrs. E. H. Norris, deceas- che
ed, Elvira Bruce, Kittie Norris, Wil- sol
liam C. Norris, Lucy May White and vid
John T. Norris, Defendants. inI
By virtue of an order of the Court atti
herein. I will sell to the highest bid- J to
der, before the court.house at New- it I
berry, South Carolina, within the legal cas
hours of sale, on Monday, selesday, wit
December 4, 1911, all that tract of land afte
lying and 'being situate in the county ter
of Newberry, State.of South Carolina, the
On the waters of Cannon's creek, the
nown as the "Isaac Hunt place," con. pay
Lainin~. n'a bunired and seventen
buy a Monarch type
is immediately estab
i a most unique ser
re made to realize that
:urer who made your
>ing to stay back of it.
rch Typewriter Com
t forget a typewriter
passes into a custom.
it their interest is as
4onarch that has been
years as the one on its
ie machine comes into
. We are always at
y payment plan. Send
march superiority. A
L THE BEST QUAITY
IAN ALL THE REST
~re adopted by us to.
0 sale, every article
funded, a fair and[
y time means more
, at reduced prices
else that you buy.
vithstood the bitter and
Sthat we have received
it was built and con
ui must receive from us
If not blidd with : re
your interest to trade
'but-you save money on
ET PRICE PAID
S AND HIDES
i. Write for price
lands of George Johnstone, Johna
31, John C. Halfacre and estate of
)rge DeWa.lt, being th4 same tract
land whereon I flCi reside and
ich was conveyed~ to me by deed
m Henry Halfacre, reorded in the
ce of the register. d mesne convey
3e for Newberry County, S. C., at
e - book -.
[erms of sale: One-third cash, anid
balance in one and two equal an
al paymenits, with interest on the
dit portion from day of sale at the
e of 8 per cent. per annum, interest
rable annually, said credit portion
be secured by a bond of the pur
ser and a mortgage of the premises
i, said bond and mortgage to pro
B for 10 per cent. attorney's fees
ease of collection by suit or by an
>rney, with leave to the purchaser
mticipate the payment of tihe cred
ortion in whole or in part, and in
e the purchaser fails to comply
a the terms herein within ten'days
ir the day of said sale, the Mas
*will resell said tracet of !a'v on
following salesday at the risk of
former purchaser. Purchner to
for papeys agd recording cf sae
H. H. RIKARD,