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TO SEEK GIRLS' RELEASE.
Friends of Edith Marshall Loveless,
of Greenville, Claim She is llle
: gaily Detained.
Atlanta, Ga., April 9.?It was announced
here late today that friends
of Edith Marshall Loveless, aged 18,
"have instituted proceedings to secure
her release from an institution m Cincinnati,
where it is alleged she is confined
"because of the cruelty of her
mother at whose instigation she was
A story of alleged cruelty, mistreatment
and persecution on the part of
4 the girl's mother, Mrs. L. E. Loveless
of this city is recounted by friends of
the girl. The family caire to tms city
some time ago from Greenville, S. C.
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frh^rp arp hundreds of ways in
which, the work about the farm and
farmhouse may be made easier and
simpler. There is no particularly
heavy expense attached to the use of
labor-saving and time-saving devices.
They may be, for the most part, the
result of a little concentration of
thought and a timely application of
S These different handr devices on the
farm, not only save time and labor,
but they give a personal sense of gratification
and increased efficiency
which make them worth their cost
many times over. For instance, if
there is not some convenient and efficient
machine for sharpening the cutting
implements of the place, the farmer
more often than not will work
Tv*ith dull tools?with poor results.
His stock will more than likey go
thirsty if ther is not some simple and
expedient method of watering them. If
* the gates are unwieldy, and are fastened
by some such cumbersome device
as a heavy chain or a horse shoe
and piece of baling wire, they are
pretty apt to be left open?s.nd just at
the wrong time.
Very often a herd boar is discarded
because he is too large, and a considerable
sum of money is expended for a
DSW One, Wlien It WUUlU uy a, wiriujja,* a.
tively simple matter to build a breeding
crate and thus prolong the period
of usefulness of the first one.
Space will permit of a detailed description
of only a few of these devices.
A handy feeding trough for sheep
and calves may be made by building
a box 12 inches wide by six inches
deep and ten or twelve feet long. The
trough may he supported at one end
" by a short axle, which is in turn supported
by two old cultivator wheels,
and at the other by the usual legs or
standards. A pair of handles may be
attached to the box at the end opposite
^ the wheels, so that he device may be
used, after the manner of a wheel
barrow, either to move the trough or
to haul feed into the lot.
4 Individual hog houses may be constructed
by making the sides and roof
in separate pieces, so that the house
may be torn down, mo%ed, and set up
again in a few minutes. The parts
may be held together by strong iron
hoods or larches, such as are used on
heavy doors or gates. These houses
are found to be very useful in keeping
brood sows and their litters separate.
Gates can be kept from sagging and
* at the same time be made to open and
close easier by supporting the end opposite
the hinges on an extra buggy
wheel or plow wheel. A handy latch
dropped between the s.pokes will hold
the gate open or closed, as desired.
The mail box may be brought a considerable
distance from the road to
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? heavy wire for a trolley and by arranging
a system of pulleys and
smaller wires over which to pull it
back and forth. In pulling fence
posts much labor can be saved by fastening
a chain about the post near the
ground, and then running the chain
up over the end of a prop set against
the post at an angle of forty-five degrees.
A team hitched to the chain
will draw out the post, unaided by the
-usual digging, prying and pulling.
These are cited as only a few of the
ways whereby a farmer may save himself
much work. While conditions
vary greatly, a little forethought and
timely application will save much
drudgery and labor under any condition.
Prof. M. S. Gardiner.
Newberry Boys' Corn Club.
Following is the complete list of the
memoirs oi me \ II
Thomas Hayes, Newberry, No. 7.
.T. G. Lowman, Prosperity, No. 1.
t .T. P. Lowman, Prosperity, No. 1.
J. S. Harmon, Jr., Prosperity, No. 1.
Arthur E. Derrick, Prosperity, No.
Don't keep those Photo
Pictures, Monocrunes, Dipl<
t i . ? r
them m and let us put a i\ea
hind the glass, and at the si
Line of Mouldings, all shad'
them Any Size You Want
O]. & T. E. 4
Carroll Mills, Prosperity, Xo. 1.
J. P. Watts, Slighs, Xo. 3.
Cecil Dominick, Slighs, Xo. 2.
j Vance Miller, Xewberry, Xo. 3.
| J. Earle Schroeder, Silverstreet, Xo.
E. Schroeder, Silverstreet, Xo. 2.
Hugh Epting, Pomaria, Xo. 2.
Leon C. Dennis, Xewberry, Xo. 4.
Abram Warren, Prosperity, Xo. 1.
w "R. Rrown. Prosoerity.
: Jno. E. Herbert, Newberry, R. F. D.
W. H. Lester, Jr., Prosperity, No. 1.
| Esmond Dominick, Prosperity, No. 2.
J. W. Glenn, Newberry, No. 2.
Drury Lovelace, Prosperity, No. 2.
J. A. Eargle, Pomaria, No. 3.
W. H. Wendt, Jr., Newberry, No. 2.
I Herinis Kibler, Pomaria.
! Luther Kibler, Pomaria.
Carl Epting, Pomaria.
i Cliarley Wise, Prosperity, No. 1.
Jacob Wise, Prosperity, No. 1.
J. C. Neel, Jr., Newberry, No. 5.
Walter H. Cra.ps, Newberry, No. 6.
j J. S. Wheeler, Jr., Prosperity, No. 3.
Clyde Wheeler, Prosperity, No. 3.
Claude A. Miller, Newberrj', No. 3.
Dickson Alewine, Newberry, No. 2.
Wilbur Counts, Slighs, No. 1.
J. E. Seibert, Prosperity, No. 1.
James P. Halfacre, Newberry, No. 5.
Olan Lee Cousin, Newberry, No. 7.
George Andrew Johnson, Newberry,
I No. 1.
Roy Longshore, Newberry, No. 1.
Marvin Wilson, Newberry, No. 2.
Sebern Stockman, Prosperity, No. 1.
Wilbur Buzhardt, Newberry, No. 1. ,
Otto Klettner Nichols, Newberry,
Raymond Blair, Silverstreet.
; Daniel Berry, Silverstreet.
! Junius Long, Newberry, No. 4.
Frank Boozer, Newberry, No.'l.
Guy Boozer. Newberry, Xo. 1.
Jas. Clyde Ward, Newberry.
A. E. Nichols, Prosperity, No. 4.
J. W. Smith, Blairs, No. 1.
George B. Caldwell, Newberry, No. 2.
At the Arcade.
The new electric Diano, with orches
i tra attachments, has arrived and has
I been installed. This is the first one of
its kind ever in Newberry and is a
beauty. If vou appreciate good music
you should hear this instrument.
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1 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
! COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By Frank M. Schumpert, Esquire, j
WHEREAS, Mrs. Jane C. Whitman |
I and Mrs. Sallie Eargle made suit to j
me to grant them letters of adminis-'>
itration of the estate of and effects of
E. P. Whitman,
THESE ARE THEREFORE to cite
and admonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said E. P.
TT7l?;iw/v ? /IjvA/iOCl +hnt thpv hA and I
1 YV JlILIIIclIij v**^v v? ~ w
appear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Newberry, S. C.,
!on the 30th day of March, next after
publication thereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said administra- j
tioii should not be granted.
i GIVEN under my hand, this 14th
day of March, Anno Domini, 1912.
Frank M. Schumpert,
J. P. N. C
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>s lying around catching the
jmas, etc., rolled up and lyinj
t, Dainty Frame on each so thi
ime time adorn the walls of y
es and styles, and at any res
Call and see our line.
lo. 358 East ]
DEWBERRY OPERA HOUSE FOR
The City Council of New berry, 3. C.,
invites sealed bids for the lease of the
Newberry opera house for a term of
/A\ i : a : l or I
mree (&) jeaiip, uegiumiig Aprn to,
1912. House has a seating capacity of
900. Only theatre in Newberry 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 certified
check for $50, as evidence of good
faith. Checks will be returned to unsuccessful
bidders. Successful bidder
will be required to give surety bond
for five hundred ($500) dollars to
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guarantee perrormance 01 conaiuons
of lease. Right reserved to reject any
and all bids. For further information,
address, and file bids with Jdo. R.
Scurry, C'erk and Treasurer, Newberry,
S C. 1-19-tf.
W a AT o vps "Brnp-pist, deserves
" * ^ ' v%00">'v>
praise from Newberry people for introducing
here the simple buckthorn
bark and glycerine mixture, known as
Adler-i-ka. This simple German remedy
first became famous by curing appendicitis
and it has now been discovered
that A SINGLE DOSE relieves
sour stomach, gas on the stomach and
constipation INSTANTLY. It is the
only remedy which never fails.
Colombia, Newberry <fc Lanreus E. R
Schedule in effect October 6, 1910
Subject to change without notice,
schedules indicated are not guaran- j
A. C. L. 52. 53. I
Lv. Charleston 6.10am lO.OOpaLv.
Sumter 9.41am 6.20pm
a. n. & l.
r ? 11 A
juv, ouiu^iuxci. .. . . .ii.ioaui f.iitijju.'
Lv. Prosperity 12.42pm 3.34pm
Lv. Newberry 12.56pm 3.20pm
Lv. Clinton 1.50pm 2.35pm
Lv. Laurens 2.35pm 2.12pm
c. & w. c.
Ar. Greenville. . .. 4.00pm 12.20pm
Ar. Spartanburg. .. 4.05pm 12.20pm
S. A. L.
Ar. Abbeville .. .. 3.55pm 1.02pm
Ar. Greenwood.. .. 3.27pm 1.33pm
Ar. Athens 6.05pm 10.30am
Ar. Atlanta 8.45pm 8.00am
A. C. L. 54. 55.
Lv. Columbia 5.00pc\ 11.15am
Lv. Prosperity 6.26pm 9.50am
Lv. Newberry 6.44pm 9.32am
Lv. Clinton 7.35pm S.44arr.
r tt T on -r?r\T-? <-? 7 EvC\t\tvi 9 9 ft a
X-J&U) CLIO. ? I U'
C. & W. C.
Ar. Greenville 9 7*0pm 7.00aai
S. A. L
Ar Greenwood.. . 2.28am 2.38aro
Ar. Abbeville 2.56am 2.08an
Ar. Athens 5.04am 11.59pn
Ar. Atlanta 7.15am 9.55pm
Nos. 52 and 53 arrive and depart;
from Union Station, Columbia, daily, j
and run through between Charleston |
Nob. 54 and 5b arrive and depart
(Tervais street. Columbia.
cent Sunday, and run through between
Columbia acd Greenville.
For information ask agents or wrjv J
W. J. Craie, P. T. M.,
Wilmington, N C
t. Livingston, ? A.,
Columbia. B. C
dust; or those catchy little
% away in the dark, bring
atm-nll V\n ximll TAvnfopfnrl Ko.
our home. We have a Fine
Lsonable price, and make
^ mi i 1 1 ^ I
mat m tne purcnase |
of a monument a better
establishment to go to
than this .is not to be
had?but don't take our j
-Pr\i+ if no}] onrl in.
YVL'JLU. IVi 11. KsCitlL CCJ.xv>i. ? i
spect for yourself our
stock of monuments.
Selected quality stone,
deeply cut lettering and
designing, artistic, hand
some designs and the
most reasonable prices? i
P. F. Baxter & Son !
Newberry, S. C.
Uncle Fuller and His Split Log Drag.!
Our Rural Home v.. J Carrier's. Mes- j
If your road is soft or rough,
Drag, brother, drag;
Once or twice will be enough,
Drag, brother, drag;
Wheels won't sink into a rut,
Ev'ry time you strike a cut
Teams won't worry if you'll but
| Drag, brother, drag.
i 'Twont take long to fix your road
Drag, brother, drag;
If } ou'd pull a bigger load,
Drag, brother, drag;
It means dollars in the end,
Saved on teams and wagons, friends,
So to this your best ear lend?
Drag, Drotner, drag.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
will make a. final settlement
of the estate of M. T. Epps, deceased,
in the Probate Court of Newberry
County, on May 15, 1912, at 11 o'clock
a. m., and will thereafter apply for
letters diemissory. All persons indebted
to the said estate will make immediate
payment, and all persons hold-1
ing claims against said estate will file :
the same, proved according to law.
with the undersigned or his attorney, i
Eugene S. Blease, Xewberry, S. C.
T. L. B. Epps,
Surviving Executor of the Last Will
and Testament of M. T. Epps, do-'
April 9, 1912. 1
I LET Y
It Is Good Foi
Buy an India!
And Save the
Lthe house of a t
Account above occas
| Line, the Standard Railn
I special reduced round trip
and 8th, 1912.,
FINAL LIMIT, Tt
point not later than
1912. unless denositi
iginal purchaser, with.
Agent, No. 414 Fou
not later than May 1
fee of fifty cents lin
June 5th, 1912.
I For rates, schedules,
j on local Ticket Agent, or
I T. C. WHITE, Gei
CP \ TV At? crvT'rrtr n * DAI I\M
kJin.lL. <J1 OW U 111 Vy,ti.XVV/lJJU> A,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Court of Common Pleas.
C. E. Stephenson, Plaintiff, against
Mary J. Mabry, Harry Mabry and
John M. Kinard, Defendants.
By an order of the Court herein, I
will sell to the hfghest bidder, before ,
! the Court House at N-ewberry, S. C., ^
within the legal hours of sale, on
Monday, May 6, 1912, all that lot, piece
or parcel of land situate in the town j
nf Wwhorrv Prm ntv nf Nowharrr
State of South Carolina, known and
designated as Lot. No. 8 of Block "B"
on a plat of the Hallman property,
marie bv F. W. Higgins, surveyor, and '
now on record m the office of the ^
Clerk of Court for Xewberry County
in Book "D," at page 411; said lot ^
fronts a ten-foot alley fifty (r?0) feet
and runs back therefrom one hundred
and fifteen (11 ->) feet, being rectan
gular in shape and bounded by said I ^
alley and lots Xos. 4, 5, 6 and 7 of I*
imi I\T i if
A I D
n i iv
r The Health
n Suit and a
IVAYTD I tin nPTITlirin
, May 7-9
;ioa the Atlantic Coast
)ad of the South, offers
rates from all stations.
S, May 5th, 6th, 7th
i reach original starting
midnight of May 15th,
ed for extension by orJos.
rth Street, Macon, Ga.,
5th, and upon payment I
nit may be extended to J
reservation etC-) caQ I
|pJ/ai Passenger Agt |,
Wilmington, N. C. I
Block "B." Same being the ioi conveyed
to Young Mabry by W. K. Sligh.
by deed dated November 7. 1908. and
recorded in the Clerk's office for Newberry
County in Deed Book No. 17,
at page 190.
(Terms of sale: One-third cash and
the balance on a <Jredit of twelve
months; the credit portion to be secured
by a bond of the purchaser and
l mortgage of tihe 'premises, with in;erest
from the day of sale at thp raita
)f 8 per cent, per annum, payable anrnally,
and providing for insurance
>n the house on said lot and assignnent
of the policy to the Master as aditional
security, and providing also
or 10 per cent, attorney's fees in case
f collection or suit bv an attorney,
'urchaser may pay all his bid in
'."iViVl if* Vl O r\ ?~t -l -
l.~w, "c. okj ucouco. jrurciiaser to
ay for papers and recording of same.
H. H. RIKARD,
aster for Newberry County, S. C.