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>E1VS OF RACHMAN CHAPEL.
Slighs Route* Discontinued?C$e o
Split Log Drag?Communion
Slighs, Oct. 31.?Beginning next Fri
day the first of November we, wh<
have been receiving our mail fron
Slight, R. F. D. No. 1, will receive i
from Prosperity as Slighs pcstoffic<
will be discontinued, Route 1 going t<
Prosperity and No. 2 to Little Moun
fcim as has been announced already
6ur own mail will be delivere(
VTrtMcrh 5 with Mr. Joe Hart
iUi VU()u <b?v u vv W If - ? _
^ man as carrier. Our present route ii
1 f a long one now and this change makej
F it still longer, and No. 3 will take u]
a portion of it as follows: Wfoen 01
arriving at Bachman Chapel insteat
of going on towards Mr. J. A. C. Kib
ler's as the route is now ther ha beei
added the block by way of Mr. J. C
Kinard, Mr. J. P. Kinard and sons, Mr
R. N. Taylor and from Mr. Taylor's t<
Mr. T. J. Wilean's, and from Mr. Wil
son's on to Bachman Cbapsl as th<
\ present route goes.
This gives No. 3 a full route as th<
present one is short and still leaver
Slighs, No. 1, plenty long.
There isn't anything about thi<
weather to grumble for! It is certain
Cotton is about all picked in this
section. A short crop partly account*
for this. Everything that is to b<
bought along the line of cotton goods
is retailing at nice prices. Why no
' ^cotton? A short crop and short pric<
do not leave much profit to the far
This is fine weather for sowing oats
and we suppose there will be a fe-?
sown this week if it is "fair week."
Mrs. S. P. Hawkins and daughter
Miss Alma, of the St. Lukes section
spent last Saturday night with Mr. am
Mrs. E. S. Franklin and family.
Mr. E. L. Strauss has purchased i
new cotton gin and has begun ginnins
^ Mr. Joe D. Quattlebaum has decidex
not to run his home gin any more thi:
Miss Jennie Lee Roberts, of Fair
field, has been elected to teach Urno:
school next session.
Where the roads hate been worker
. they are in fine condition now. Th
section on the Pomaria road from Mi
T. L. B. Epps' to near Jolly Stree
road has bwn put in good 6hape re
cently ander the direction of Mr. 1
J. Wilson. Mr. W. B. Franklin ha
kept his section of road worked u;
Tvell, doing a good portion, of it "wit]
tlie road drag. There is no donb
about the road drag being one of thbest
ways to keep up roads if use
often enough and at the right time.
Mr. Editor, you have found this oul
* . so don't fail to continue advocating i
cj ? r>r> ollv
Mts. T. L. B. Epps, who has been oj
the sick list for awhile, is improvin,
Communion services were held a
Colony on last Sunday morning by th
pastor, Rev. P. E. Shealy. The attend
ance was good and Rev. Mr. Sheal
> delivered a good sermon from St Mat
thew, 11:28: "Come unto me all y
that labor and are heavy laden, an
- I will give you rest" The deacon
? ' were not installed, as had been an
nounced, on account of some of thei
not being present and will be installed
at the next service which is the sec
ond Sunday in November.
Mr. Drayton Q. Wilson, who went t
Columbia some time ago to have hi
eyes treated for cataracts, has return
ed home: and is improving some.
J. M. W.
The Old Oaken Bucket.
Not far from Boston is located th
well which inspired the familiar line
of Samuel Woodworth to the "Oli
Oaken Bucket" Every time the plac
is visited many new traditions are to!<
concerning the famous old buckei
about which people have been singin;
these many years. Having drunk dee;
:of the sparkling waters, between whis
f tied snatches of the familiar refrair
ihOT* disconcerting it was to have th
charm broken by learning that th
-s- "/-\u D,,?lrQ+" TV O
( original uiu w&rn outaci ?.
^ stolen shortly after his well-knowi
poem "became famous.
The younger daughter of Samue
Woodworth, the author, died recent];
in Berkley, Cal., and she often use*
to tell about the real oaken bucke
and of the sadness which came ove
the household on the day it was stolen
It seem as if on of the family wer<
missing. In this age of souvenir col
lection, who knows but that the rea
old "moss-covered bucket that hunj
l' in the well" may turn up in th<
musein. or serve as a wawr uiua u
the shxrw windows of some enterpris
ing advertiser? There is no othe
water bucket in the world so enshrine*
in the homely, genuine romance a:
this one. Even the golden goblets o
royalty and the treasured chilaces o
the Crusaders have never avrakene<
the universal and popular interest at
tained by the "oil c.'iken bucket tha
hung in the well," until it was stolfi
and carried away in the zenith of it<
Doing a Good Work.
Mrs. George S. Milligan, State orf
i ganize of the Anti-Cigarette league of
; America, is in Newberry, visiting the
j schools and colleges.
-j The high school boys and girls lis:>
j tened very attentively to the lecture
i' delivered Wednesday morning and
tj Mrs. Milligan expressed herself as de21
lighted with the calibre she found in
-! The following splendid boys signed
j the pledge ror lire:
i | "Realizing the danger from the use
-! of liquor and tobacco, I hereby pledge
s! myself, with God's halp, to abstain for
3 life from their use and to use my in?
j fluence to induce others to do the
i same." j
I The business men of the United
- States are asking for boys and man
i who do not use the cigarette and is*
. j maur cases anv kind of tobacco.
. j These boys and young men will be
); noticed on our streets, wearing the
- A. C. L. badge: William Halfacre, Ju-i
w?t Trwin Sat
- 113.11 Willie* xvwvi v ~?, __
, terwhite, Willie Mayer, Bailey McCul3;
lough, James Gaillard, Joe Norwood,
3! Marion Baxter, Carl Julian, John Kinard,
Neely Cromer, Thomas Ray Gall3
man, John D. Davenport, Henry Rik-!
ard, Douglas Hornsby, Eldridge Mci
Swain, Abraham Vigodsky, David
3 j Thornton, bonnie Franklin, Forest
3 j Dickert, John Higgins, Fred Paysin*
i ger, Charlie West, Willie Wicker, Wils
I lie Thornton, Carlisle Fridy, Strother
11 Pavsinger, James Dennis, Thomas
Fall Communion at St Paul's.
On n-e-xt Sunday, at 11.30 a. m.f there
! will be held at St Paul's Lutheran
! church, the oldest church in the coun,
ty, the regular fall communion. There
, will bet an all-day service, with diiv
i ner on the grounds. In the afternoon,
Rev. J. J. Long, of LittLe? Mountain,
i will make an address. In the forel
noon, the pastor will preach a short
I sermon and administer the holy com3
munio-a. On Saturday, at 11 a. ni., a
s preparatory sermon will be preached
by the pastor. If the weather be good,
- as it now promises, there will be a
a very large gathering. The scattered
members of St. Paul's, living a dis
3 taiice from the church, and not aoie
e to get there often, and friends every
\ where, are invited to meet and worship
t with us, at the historic place.
Y. von A. Riser, Pastor.
s A Oood Dozen.
p President Harms in Southern School
t Twelve of Newberry's recent grade
uates are in universities this year. C.
3 P. Barre, class of '10, is at the University
of South Carolina; F. William
^ Cappectmann, class of '08, and Alan
t Johnstone, class of '10, are at Harvard
T . t TrV,r TCnon r:la<rs of '08
i JL?a Y, ov;iivn-?i , <j . 11 ij ? a. , _
a | ie i.i the School of Journalism, Columglbia
university; A. L. Gunter, class of
t '12, is at Vanderbilt; Hugh Boozer,
e clas of '12, is studying medicine at the
University of Louisville; Grady Hipp,
v class of '10, is studying insurance at
Wisconsin; Herbert Lube, class of '10,
e is taking courses in chemistry at
- * "?1-- -CVilV /.looe Of
Jonns nopKius, nuircii x viuww -g
'12, is studying medicine at University
of Maryland; Robert Houseal, class of
Q 11, and G. P. Voigt, are doing poet^
graduate work at University of Vir_
ginia; R. H. Faggart, class of '12, is
| at Jefferson Medical.
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"NO-BODY LOVES A BALD MAN"
Every day we see YOUNG men and
women, who have grown prematurely grey.
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| They immeciateiy rail into inc \-mu (
j Age" class, because grey hairs are to
closely associated WITH OLD AGE.
It is extremely discomforting and humil!
iating to be bald?to be grey when the i
i years do not justify it. 1 fte girls laugh at i
the youn? men so marred?the young man !
soon learns to discriminate between natu- i
i ral hair in its full bloom of health and
NATURAL COLOR, and shabby look- j
l ing grey and faded hair.
J Give nature a chance. If she is encour* I
aged, stimulated, assisted, she will give ;
you a head of hair t hat you will be proud of.
Give it to her. Use ?
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ceipt of price and dealer's name. Send 10c for
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FOK SALE AND RECOMMENDED BY
GILDER & WEEKS.
NOTICE OF SALE.
I IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
i UNITED STATES, FOR THE WESTERN
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
In the Matter of Miss Nannie J. Simpson,
By virtue of an order of sale made
in the above stated matter, the underj
signed as Trustee in Bankruptcy of
i X' T o; 1
; AiiJSS j. oiiiipeuii, win bcii at
the Cojrt House door in the Town of
Newberry, County of Newberry, State
of South Carolina, on salesday in Noj
vember, 1912, the same being the 4th
I day of November, during the legal
| hours for sales, the following real
I estate, to wit:
Thirty-nine lots, consisting of about
four acres, the same being situate in
i the Town of Prosperity, Newberry
'County, and fronting on Washington'
street, and bounded on the south and
! east by lands of S. W. Duncan and lot
formerly owned by Miss Nannie J.
Simpson, on the north by lands of Dr.
R. L. Luther and others.
j Also, ill the undivided one-half interest
of Miss Nannie J. Simpson in
| all and singular that certain tract tr
plantation of land, lying and being in
Newberry County, South Carolina, containing
262 acres, more or less, about
four miles west of Prosperity on the
Ridge Road, and bounded on the north
by the estate of S. J. Kinard and J. P.
Kinard, on south and west by lands of :
Mrs. Alice Long, A. M. Crosson, W. M. j
Bobb, east by lands of J. P. Kinard j
and others, and west by lands of E. L. z
Strauss, D. 0. Wilson, L. A. Babb, Mrs. t
j Henry Beard and J. D. H. Kinard. t
Terms of sale: Cash, purchaser to
pay for papers. r
J. E. Crymes, c
October 3, 1912. Trustee.
We will 6ell to the highest bidder
for cash at the late residence of Geo. .
A. Metts, deceased, on the 24th day of c
October, 1912, all the personal property
of which the said deceased died,
seized and possessed, consisting of ^
household and kitchen furniture, farming
implements, wagons, buggies, corn, ^
fodder, hay and also four mules, one
mare, hogs, etc. Sale will begin
promptly at 10 o'clock a. m.
J. B. Lathan.
_ _ _ . . V
J. Wilbur Metts, 1
Agents at Law for Heirs. *
Little Mountain, S. C., Oct. 4, 1912. j 1
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT, t
Notice is hereby given that we will *
make a final settlement on the estate r
of Thomas B. Leitzsey, deceased, on
the fourth day of November, 1912, at f
10 o'clock in the forenoon, and will ^
at the same time apply for discharge
as administrators of said deceased. *
Kate G. Leitzsey, f
B. B. Leitzsey, j(
j NOTICE OF REGISTRATION FOR Is
MUNICIPAL ELECTION FOR THE
TOWN OF NEWBERRY, SOUTH e
Notice is hereby given that the books s
| of registration of voters for the town ^
of Newberry, S. C., will be opened at f
the office of the clerk and treasurer, ^
in the opera house, from the first day z
of October, 1912, until the thirtieth ?
day of November, 1912, both days in- ^
elusive (Sundays excepted), between v
,-vf q rtVinoV in the forenoon. ^
C11C XXV/CAA O %/ v/ V4W**
and 5 o'clock in the afternoon. J. R. ^
Scurry has been appointed supervisor
of registration. Only such persons as o
register as herein provided for shall "b
be allowed to vote at the regular town F
election to be held on the 10th day of B
i December, 1912, and at special elec- s<
j tions to be h^ld in the town of New- v,
l berry during the next twelve months, s;
The production of a certificate of C
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i registration num. me uuiiiu ui
I tration to vote in a polling precinct;
within the incorporate limits of the a
town of Newberry, proof of residence s;
, in Lhe municipality for four months j p
I I Hip f
or it mattei
some of yo
to save tor
be able to
jreceding the annual election for the
'ear 1912, and the payment of all taxes
issessea mm, aue anu wuccuuic ^
he previous fiscal year, are necessary
.0 entitle the applicant to register.
By order of the Town Council of the
Town of Newberry, S. C., on the 27th
lay of September, 1912.
J. J. Langford,
J. R. Scury,
C. & T.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
oin /-VMWMTkM PT/FT!AS
UUUIH Uf VV/iUAiiuii JL ....... I.
tfary E. Hipp, Plaintiff,
lohn B. Daniel and Lizzie Coleman,
and others, Defendants.
Pursuant to an order of the court
lerein, I will sell to the highest bidler
before the court house at Newber y,
South Carolina, within the legal
lours of sale, on Salesday in Novem>er,
1912, the following property, all
>eing situate in the Town of Newbery,
said County and State, to wit:
1. Ail that lot of land fronting 24
eet on McKibben street and running
aek therefrom, with the same width
hroughout, for a distance of forty
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eet, and being otnerwise duuuucu uj
ots of Mrs. Mary P. Livingstone and
. Partlow Neel. It being the same
ot upon which the storehouse of the
aid John B. Daniel is situated.
2. All that lot of land containing
ighty-five one-hundredths of an acre,
aore or less, bounded by Crosson
treet on the south, by lot of Thos. A.
V'illiams on the east, by lots of George
'ressley, Ed Satterwhite and Jesse L.
turns on the north and by lot of Lizie
Coleman on the west. It being
he same lot upon which the said John
I. Daniel recently resided, and upon
r*hich there is a good two-story
welling, tenant house, and outbuildigs.
3. All that lot of land containing.
ne-fourth of an acre, mure ur jcbo, i
ounded on the north by lot of George
'ressley, on the east by lot of John
Daniel, described above, on the
Duth by Crosson street and on the
est by Drayton street. It being the
ame lot upon which the said Lizzie
oleman lately resided, and upon
'hich there is a five room cottage.
Terms of Sale: One-half cash, bal
i-vno vaor from dav Of I
net; pa?v auic um/ j . ,
lie, to be secured by the bond of the
urchaser and mortgage of the prem-'
B?H?maBEEv Bit Kill HHIM
Stock, - $5(
f be a Farmer, or a Miller, or;
rs not what your trade or pr(
or money in the bank. It w
a rainy day or a day when j
earn as mneh as now. .*
lk That Always Has Tb
Cent Interest Paid on Savings
, Presided J.JE. N(
ises sold, the bond to bear interest
from day of sale, and until paid in full,
at the rate of eight per cent, per annum,
interest to be paid Annually, or
to become principal annually and bear
interest at the same rate until paid in
full. The bond and mortgage shall
contain the usual 10 per cent, attorney's
fee clause, in the event of collection
by an attorney or in case of
suit, action or foreclosure. The mortgage
shall require the mortgagor to
insure the buildings for their full in
surable value and assign the policy oi
insurance to the master. It shall he
provided in 6aid mortgage that the
mortgagee shall be entitled to 8 per
cent interest on all sums paid by him
for taxes and insurance in default of
mortgagor paying same. In case the
purchaser of a lot shall fail to comply
with his bid for five days the master
will re-sell at purchaser's risk. A
purchaser shall have leave to pay all
cash. Purchaser shall pay for the
drawing of deed and mortgage and for
the recording of the mortgage.
H. H. Rikard,
10-8-4 t-te. Master.
COLLECTION OF TAXES.
The tax Dooks of Newberry countty
will open for the collection of taxes
for the fiscal year commencing January
1, 1912, the 15th day of October,
1912, and will remain open without
penalty until the 31st day of December,
1912. Upon all taxes paid after
the 31st of December, 1912, and be
for the first day of February, 1913,
a penalty of one per cent, will be added;
upon all taxes paid during the
month of February, 1913, a penalty of
one per cent, will be added, and from
the 2Sth day of February, 1913, to the
15th day of March, 1913, inclusive, an
additional penalty of five per cent
will be added.
The following is the levy:
For State purposes 5%
For ordinarv county purposes... .3^
For special, county court house.. Vz
For special State sinking fund loan *4
For constitutional school tax 3
For roads and bridges.., 1
Except the following localities,
where- an additional railroad tax has
been levied, viz:
Township No. 1 2
Township Xo. 8 3
Township No. 9 2
And except the following school dis
; Bank | I
i Carpenter, j
fill help yon
m may not
)RWOOD, Cashier f I
j tricts, where special school tax has
been levied, viz:
No. 1, Newberry 5
No. 14, Prosperity... 6^4
! 1 A TT+rvrwlo 1
I AU. IV, (J lupia ... . .... .. . .
j No. 20, Big Creek 2
No. 26, Pomaria 3
No. 30, Little Mountain . .10%
x\To. 35, Excelsior 2
No. 39, Chappells 2
No. 52, Whitmire 4
No. 56, Zion 2
No. 45, Trinity 2
No. 49, Deadfall 2
No. 41, Dominick 2
No. 58, Silveretreet 4
No. 51, Trilby 2
A poll tax of $1.00 has been levied
I n oil mate nitizeiifi between the ages
of 21 and 60 years, except those exempt
A tax of 50 cents each is levied on
Persons liable to road duty may pay
a commutation tax of $2.00, from the;
15th of October, 1912, to the 31st day*
of December, 1912. 4
Note change in dates for paying:
commutation tax. No commutation:
tax received after December 31, 1912
All taxpayers remember all property
has been iisted separately, and:
please see that you have a receipt for
each piece of property so listed. |
JOHN L. EPPS, >
County Treasurer. '
NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR MAYOR
AND ALDERtfEN OF THE TOWN
OF NEWBERRY, SOUTH CARO- 1
Notice is hereby given that the regular
annual election for a mayor and
five aldermen, one alderman for each
of the five wards, to serve for a term
of one year, will be held at the Council
Chamber in the opera' house in the
Tbwn of Newberry, South Carolina,
on the second Tuesday in uecemoer,
1912, being the tenth day of said
month, the polls to be opened at 8
o'clock in the forenoon and to close
at 6 o'clock in the afternoon. G. W
Killer, J. R. Davidson and Alex Singleton
are appointed managers of the said
By order of the Town Council of
VoTrr'hoT-r-ir G P rm thic thfi 27th daV
of September, 1912.
J. J. Langford,
J. R. Scurry,
C. & T.
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