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Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Friday, January 19, 1912.
The Daily Record, of Columbia,
broke the record oie day this weex
by carrying twelve whol"2 pages of
advertisement for one Coleambia firm,
the James L. Tapp company. That is
the largest advertisement ever car
ried in one newspaper by one firm in
the city of Columbia. The Tapp corn
pany believes in advertising. The
Herald and News carried a page of
advertisement for this company iast
In the opinion of Attorney General
Lyon, the State of South Carolina has
absolutely no voice in the manage
ment of Clemson colle-g except by
the six minority trustees. According
to this opinion, the State can not
change the existing affairs of Clemson,
so far as the management is concern
ed. The life trustees are not respon
sible to the State, and while they con
stitute a majority of the members in
the management of the affairs at
Clemson, and while the State through
the privilege tax spends over $250,000
yearly to support Clemson, the State
has absolutely no control over the in
stitution, except what interest it has
in the minority of the membership of
the board. This opinion may be good
law, but it is violating the spirit, if
not the letter, of the constitution in
permitting the life trustees to bold
membership in the legislature.
The Easley Progress can not under
stand why "there are three or four
newspapers in South Carolina out of
possibly one hundred aid fifty, that
~pretend to admire or even have a
word of commendation for Governor
Blease." Perhaps there are three or
four newspapers in South Carolina
that are able to see some good, rather
than all bad, in matters in which Mr.
Blease is concerned.-Fort Mill Times.
Don't you think you could find a
little good if you were to make honest
and diligent search. In fact, you
mnight find a sufficient amount of
good, at least, to dictate to you and the
other-newspapers that it was best al
ways to be fair and honest and square
in dealing with even your political
enemies. It is the duty and province
of the newspaper to deal fairly .al-I
ways, and it is manly 'to acknowledge
that even your political or personal
enemy had done a good deed, if he
does one. There is something good~
'even in the worst of us, and it seems
to us that it would be more 'pleasant
to seek and, to comment upon the!
good that is in us rather than take
delight in fault finding and adverse
Major Richards announces as 'a fact
that he will not be a candidate for
governor t.his year. He also, in very1
positive language, setates the facts in
connection with the rumor given outi
some months ago about a conference
and deal reported as having been held
at his home between Judge Jones,
Senator Tillman and himself, just
prior to the announcement by Judge
Jones that he would be a candidate
for governor this year. This state
ment from Major Richards so posi
tively made, should settle this question
in the minds of all fair-minded people.
Major Richards is a young man of
fine character and has had much ex
perience in public life and would fill
the .position of governor with credit
to himself and to the State.
We are pleased to know that he is
going to stand for election for a full
term as a member of the railroad com
mission. He can do the State great'
service in this position and we hope
to see him elected. He is intelligent,
pains-taking, and conscientious in the
performance of his public duties, and
will guard the interests of the State
and will be fair to the corporations
and the public utilities with which his
office has to deal.
It is queer that prominent citizens
in o en m ~intwns will lend them
Cook is the greatest faker on record.
He never got within 800 miles of the
North Pole, and admitted in an article
in Hampton's Magazine that he did
not reach the pole. He afterwards
went on the lecture platform simply
as a famous faker, but found enough
people to take him seriously to re
sume the claim that he actually "at
tained" the polee.-Spartanburg Jour
In response to the above, it might
be well to say that there may be some
people that do not agree to the state
ment that Dr. Cook is the greatest
faker in the world. We would like to
know upon what authority and upon
what evidence the Journal makes the
statement that Dr. Cook never got
witnin 800 miles of the pole, apart
from a statement, which it claims was
made in Hampton's magazine, that he
did not reach the pole.
We do not know and do not pretend
to say whether or not Dr. Cook reach
ed the North Pole, but we believe in
g1'ing to every man a square deal,
and the opportunity to present his
case to the people. Some may believe
with the Journal that he is a faker.
Others may be convinced of his hon
esty and his integrity. He certainly
has a right to a square deal.
NEWBERRY OPERA HOUSE FOR
The City Council of Newberry, S. C.,
invites sealed bids for the lease of the
Newberry opera house for a term of
three (3) years, beginning April 25,
1912. House has a seating capacity of
900. Only theatre in Newherry county.
Town has population of 6,000. Bids
must be filed prior to April 1, 1912.
Rent to be paid monthly in advance.
All bids to be accompanied by a certi
,fied check for $50, as evidence of good
'faith. Checks will be returned to un
successful bidders. Successful bidder
will be required to give surety bond
for five hundred ($500) dollars to
guarantee performance of conditions
of lease. Right reserved to reject any,
and all bids. For further information,
address, and file bids with Jno. R.
Scurry, Clerk and Treasurer, New
berry, S. C. 1-19-tf.
ROUND TRIP WINTER TOURIST
NOW IN EFFECT
SOUTHERN RAIL WAY-"PREmIEB
CARRTER OF THE SOUTH."
Tickets on sale daily including April
30, 1912, with final limit returning May
31, 1912. For complete information as
to schedule, sleeping car service. etc.,
call On nearest Southern Railway
ticket agent, or
F. L. Jenkins, T. P. A.,
J. L. Meek, A. G. P. A.,
Our New Descriptive Catalog
is fully up-to:-date, and tells all
about the best
Every farmer and gardener
should have a copy of this cata
log, which has long been recog
nized as a standard authority, I
for the full and complete infor
mation which it gives.
We are headquarters for
Grass and Clover Seeds, Seed
Potatoes, Seed Oats, Cow Peas,
Soja Beans and all Farm Seeds.
Wood's Descriptive Catalog mailed
free on request. Write for it.
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ilas Millions of Friends.
How would you like to number your
~riends by milions as Bucklen's Arnica -
alve does? Its astounding cures in the
past forty years made them. It the -
Jest salve in t.he world for sores, ul-..
Of County Supervisor
Quarter Ending Decem
ber 31, 1911.
1096 J S J Suber, ferry... ...$
1097 Wash Williams, com tax..
1098 L I Feagle, co sup, off
sup ... ....... .. ..
1099 J L Thomas, com tax.. ]
1100 J. L. Thomas, r&b... ...
1101 W. B. Whitney, r&b..... ]
1102 R H Jennings, State treas.,
insurance. ... ... ... ... 1=
1103 The State Co, off sup...
1104 J D Nance, r&b... .....
1105 Simon Allen, ct h... ... ]
1106 T J Oxner, corn tax.......
1107 T J Oxner, r&b... ...
1108 T P Richardson, chg.. ..4
1109 J G Miller, chg... ..... 4
1110 J W Werts, chg... ..... 3
1111 George Suber, chg... ... 2
1112 M M Dickert, pen... ...
1113 W A Shealy, pen... .....
1114 W W Willingham, pen...
1115 Philip Spotts, pen.......
1116 W A Braswell, pen... ...
.T B Chambetr, pen......
1118 J E Williams, pen... ...
1119 J A Enlow, pen...... ...
1120 Levi Gruber, pen... ...
1121 J R Rivers, pen..........
1122 Mrs Sarah Holt, paup.. ..
1123 Mrs Alice White, pen...
1124 Miss Betty Singley, paup..
1125 Mrs Ann Kingsmore, paup
1126 Mrs Mary J Boozer, paup
1127 Mrs Lucinda Livingston,
paup... ... . ..... ... ...
1128 Mrs Catherine Shealy,
paup... ... ...... ... ... ..
1129 Mrs Emily Horton, paup
1130 Mrs Mary E Scott, paup..
1131 Mrs Margaret Troutman,
paup... ... ... ... ..- ....
1132 J W Wicker, com tax.. . .
1133 R E Davis, chg... ... 4
1134 W A Epting, r&b... ...
1135 T M Murphy, r&b... ...
1136 T M Murphy, com tax.. .1
1137 G M Gary, r&b... ... .. ~2
1138 -Wiley Stockman, com tax
1139 William Brehmer, com tax 1
1140 Levi Henderson, ferry....
1141 J' W Richardson, r&b... 2
1142 D E Oxner, co h... ... 11
1143 P L Nichols, r&b... .....
1144 C G Corley, ferry... ...
145 Bachman Counts, corn tax
1146 D E Halfacre, com tax..
147W 0 Wicker, corn tax...
148 Joe B Dominick, r&b..
149 L I Feagle, co su-p, chg. .
150 L I Feagle, Co sup, r&b..
151 Boo'e'r Bros, co h... ...
152 J' T Hill, r&b... ... .....2
153 J A Templeton, ferry .
154 B Goodman, ferry... ....1
155 G S Long, r&b... ... ....6
156 H 0 Long, r&b... ......2
157 Jno C Dominick, corn tax
158 Eusebious Koon, corn tax
1159 B F Mills, corn tax... .
160 G1 F Shealy, corn tax..
161 T B Richardson, corn tax.
162 W A Shealy, pen... .....
163 W W Willingham, pen. .
164 Philip Spotts, pen... ...
165 W A Braswell ,pen..
166 J' B Chambers, pen...
167 J E Williams, pen... ...
168 J A Enlow, pen... ... ...
169 Levi Gruber, pen... ....
170 J R Rivers, pen... .....
171 M M Dickert, pen... ...
172 Mrs S Holt, paup... .....
173 Mrs A White, paup..
174 Mrs Betty Singley, paup.
174 1-2 Levi Henderson ferry
173 Mrs Mary J' Boozer, paup.
176 Mrs L Liv'ingston, paup.
177 Mrs Emily Horton, paup..
178 Mrs Mary E Scott, puap..
179 Mrs M Troutman, paup...
180 T P Richardson, chg..... 4
181 R E Davis, chg..... ..... 4(
182 J G Miller, chg.......... 4
183 J1 W Werts, chg... .....S
184 George Suber, chg........ 3
185 D F Boozer, corn tax... . 1
186 D F Doozer. r&b... ...
187 W H Nichols, r&b... .... 4]
18S J' S Nichols, r&l>........111
189 W T Baker, r&b..... ...
19') K Bo'k<?, :-omn tax... ....]
191 D N Livingston, comn tax. 4
192 S i Farnon, corn tax.... 4
193 Ben Gridin. r&b... .....1
194 J E Goree, .com tax..
195 I D. Shockley, ct .h..
196 .J T (illiam, ferry.... ..5
.197 Furman Davis, corn tax..
198 E T Long, r&b... .....
.199 W E DeHins, ferry...4
.200 G E Dominick, corn tax...
.201 B S Counts, corn tax... ....
202 G F Stockman, r&b...1
203 I J Gibson, r&b... ....
.204 D C Bol.Aad, r&b... ... .
.205 Jno A Suber, r&b.. .'
.206 I J' Lowman, corn 1t.x......2
.207 G S Long. corn tax..
.208 J' S 3' Suber, ferry... ...1
.209 D E Oxner, co *h... 22.
.210 Jacob Long, corn tax... .
11 .Tnhn Wicker, con +m .
13 WSchi iper1, c ta .
1214 L E Summer, com tat... 41.03
1215 B Y Abrams, com tax... 4.50
1216 W J Ruff, r&b... ... .. .-00
For 1217 W P Sheppard, r&b (in, 10.00
1218 F M Satterwhite, r&b... . c1
1219 R E Gee com tax... ... 10.u'
1220 J W Hawkins, com tax... 7.50
1221 J I Boozer, com tax... .. 2.00
5.50 1222 J S Hutchinson, -mn tax 8.00
3.60 1223 Newberry Machin. Shops,
r&b... ... ... ... ... ... . S00
0.j2 1224 R L Sterling, com tax.. .. 1.45
.6.00 1225 Fred A Gallman, com tax 5.00
2.50 1226 Jno B Bedenbaugh, com
.0.00 tax... ... ... ... ... ... 12.00
1227 Jno B Bedenbaugh, r&b.. 5.50
3.48 1228 B E Bowers, com tax.. 4.00
2.00'1229 S M Johnson, com tax... 13.50
0.67 1230 George Lyles, r&b... .. 2.50
.1.10 1231 G W Shealy, r&b... ... 2.50
1.00! 1232 G W Shealy, corn tax... 4.00
2.00 1233 T B Shealy, com tax... 2.00
5.00f 1234 D N Livingston, r&b..... 10.00
:0.00 1235 Kokely Rutherford, com
5.00 tax... ... ... ... ... ..... 9.40
.0.00 1236 J E Goree, com tax.... .. 4.00
4.00 1237 W P Counts, com tax... 1.20
4.00 1238 C B Livingston, com tax 8.00
4.00 1239 G McD Sligh, com tax... 2.00
4.00 1240 J T Baker, com tax... .. 1.50
4.00 1241 J S J Suber, ferry... ... 5.50
4.06 1242 J T Hill, r&b... ..... 18.36
4.00 1243 G E Dominick, r&b...... 4.00
4.00 1244 Charley King, com tax... 2.00
4.00 1245 Da-:id Pitts, r&b... ..... 10.55
4.00 L. I. Feagle,
2.00 County Supervisor.
2.00 I H. C. Holloway,
2.00 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
2.001 COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The Newberry Savings Bank, Plain
tiffs, vs. Frank G. Spearman, Jr., and
2.00 John R. Spearman, Defendants.
2.00 By an order of the Court herein I
2.00 will sell to the highest bidder before
the court house at Newberry, S. C.,
2.00 within the legal hours of sale on Mon
2.00 day, February 5, 1912, all the interest
0.00 and estate of ]'rank G. Spearman, Jr.,
6.20 in all that tract or plantation of land
4.00 situate, lying and being in the Coun
2.00 ty of Newberry, State of South Caro
6.56 j lina, containing three hundred and
5.50 forty-seven (347) acres, more or less,
8.75 and bounded by lands of Mrs. Fannie
9.00 1Maffett, A. J. S. Langford, Thomas
4.70 Henry Spearman, and Sallie R. Hud-.
5.17 son, (formerly 3. S. Spearman, 3. R.
8.75 Spearman and G. C. Williams.)
7.03 Als all the interest and estate in
.0' alhat other tract or plantation of
20-land lying and being 'situate in the
B7county of Newberry, State of South
8.36 Carolina, containing two hundred and
36forty (240) acres, more or less, and
3.12 hounded by lands of, or formerly of,
Will Sanders, Charlotte V. Spearman,
and ohr,being sometimesknw
7.as Little River Place, of the late John
0.R. Spearman, the said interest in said
65lands, both tracts, being derived un
8.12 der the terms of the la)st will and tes
20tament of the late John R. Spearman,
deceased, the grandfather of the de
70fendant Frank G. Spearman, Jr.
3.50 Terms of sale: On'e-'half the pur
4.00 chase money to be paid in cash, the
4.00 balance on credit of twelve months,
4.00 the credit portion to be secured by the
4.00 bond of the purchaser and a mortgage
4.00 of the premises sold with interest at
4.00 the rate of 8 per cent. po' annum, and
4.00 in case said bond 2.nd mortgage is col
i.0 lected by suit or put in the hands of
t.0 an attorney for collection, 10 per cent
i.00 must be added to the amount due
2.00 thereon, as attorney's fee. The pur
2.0 chaser may pay all his bid in cash if
2.00 he ro desires. Purchaser to pay for
3.00 papers and recording of same.
.0H. H. RIKARD,
.00 Master's Office, Jan. 8, 1912.
~.00 Subscribe to The Herald and News
5.00 now and get all of the serial story
).00 . A Fierce Night Alarm.
.0is the h&oarse, startling cough of a
child, suddenly attacked by croup. Of
). ten it aroused Lewis Chamblin, of Man
).00 chester, 0., (R. F. D. 2) for their four
.5children, were greatly sub.ject to croup.
50 "Sometimes in severe attacks," he
wrote, "we were afraid they would die,
.26 but since we proved what a certain
0remody Dr. King's New Discovery is,
.50! we have nio fear. We rely on it for
gocroup and for coughs, colds- or anyI
0throat or lung trou1ve." So do thou
.00sans o oters Somayyou. Asthma,
.42 hay fever, la grippe, whooping cough,
.60 hemorrhages fiy before it. 50c. and
.00 $1.00. Trial bottle free. Sold by W. E.
.0Pelham & Son.
.84 'STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
.00o COUNTY OF NEWVBERRY.
.g5 By virtue of executions lodged with
.40 me in the cases of South Carolina Loanj
.70 and Trust company against J. A.
'.00 Blackwelder, J. J. Lane and J. D.
.42 Davenport; South Carolina Loan and
50Trust company against G. D. Daven
.oc port, M. A. Carlisle and others; B.ank
00q of Columbia against M. A. Carlisle, et
.00 al; Wallace B. Todd vs. J. 3. Lane;
96 Bailey & Son vs. J. J. Lane, et al;
.75 Georgia Chemical Works vs. 3. J.
.0') Lane, et al; First National Bank of
.. . 3. 3. LT-ane, et al Palmetto1
Since Christmas wi
goods. Our stock co
New line Ladies' Col
300 doz. Talcum Pov
Toilet Soaps. ..
Life Bouy Soap
Special Price on Box
1 pound Linen Paper
Linen Paper ruled a:
Initial Paper, box...
200 Hair Nets (non f
25c. value Elastic Be
Red, black and whit(
200 doz. Handkerchi(
Wash Embroidery Si
Ruffling for Sofa Pill
Silkatine in all colors
50 doz. Hair Brushes
Combs of all kinds, b
Barber Combs, Poe
1,000 doz. Pearl Butt
less than 5 and 10c
Lunch Boxes, all size
Clothes Wire, bunch
36 Clothes Pins_...._.......
12 Spring Pins..............
New shipment of Ca
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JOHN WHITE & CO. LOU
National Bank vs. M. A. Carlis-le, et
(as well as by virtue of various at]
executions lodged with me) I will e
within the legal hours of sale on sal
day, being the 5th day of Februa
1912, .subject to the mortgages ti
exist upon it, all that tract or plan
ton of land belonging to James
Lane, one of the defendants in i
above stated cases, situate in i
County of Newberry, in the State
South Carolina, and bounded by I
road which leads from the resider
of B. C. Matthews, in the direction
the residence of B. F. Mills, whi
separates .it from lands of
P. Crotwell; by lands
George Johnstone; by lands of J.
Caldwell; by lands c'' the estste of
R. Hipp, from which it is separat
by the public road that leads from t
town of Newberry to the old stee
mill; by lands of Ros'emont cemeter
by lands of Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Marti
by lands lately the property of Jam
. Lane, but now bwned by the Ne
berry Real Estate company, and by
street of the towti of Newberry whi
:onstituts a continrUaion of 1arri-n
y Day at
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,der (best made)__..5, 10, 15c
............... .3 for 10e
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75 Envelopes to match 25c
rid plain, box _-...10e
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Its, new patterns, 10e
Patent Leather Belts.-10c
,fs... 21, 5 and 10c
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, 6 for.............. ..................25c ,
..... .10, 15 and 25c
>ne, fine, coarse,
ket Combs...... 5, 10 and 25c
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IS VILLE, KY.
al, gages on this property and by order
ter of court -the sale will take place, as
eli stated, sub.ject to the mortgages. This
stract of land is supposed to contain
ry, some two hundred and ninety (290) ~m
iat jacries, more, or less, the exact numiber
ta- of acres not being known.
J. Terms of sale: Cash.
he M. M. BUFORD,
eSheriff Newberry County.
of Sheriff's Office, Jan. 10, 1912.
.EXECUTOR'S NOTICE OF FINAL
ch Notice is hereby given that- on Mon
o. day, January 15, 1912, at 11 o'clock a.
in ., we will make a settlement of the
A. estate of the late Mrs. M. A. E. Werts,
'in office of Probate Judge at Newberry,
e S. C. All and sigular the creditors
he 'are hereby notified to present their
a claims duly .attested to Clarence F.
7 Werts, executor, and all parties in
;debted are required to~ make payment
es to the undersigned on or before said
~h1 Susan M. Werts, Executrix.
Clarence F. Werts, Executor.
t O Ms.M.A.E. ers,Deeaed