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This Will Be Underv
We are selling imm<
of good winter Underv
women, misses and chi
1 case ladies' heavy i
Vests and Pants,' wort
where at 35c., Mimi
Ladies' long sleevCovers
at only each......
Ladies' bleached Uni
elsewhere 75c., choice.
Boys' fleece lined Sh
ow frk nt. nnlv
t/lk} tv UlUVVliJ MIV ....
5Q doz. men's heavj
and Drawers, a real 50<
at only the garment .
Ribbed Shirts and D
be cheap at 75c.,, our L
We have all kinds o:
derwear, wool and cotl
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ICIiaps cuung, wc van
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Kntered at the Postoffice ->f V^wm*
rry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Tuesday, November 12,1912.
If a fellow doesn't want to be the
only one left to sign petitions he had
abetter apply for postmaster.
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the distribution at the "pie counter"
is the next thing in line.
Taft's Thanksgiving proclamation
rings true, as did his message of congratulation
to Gov. Wilson. Mr. Taft is
a eood man, and a good man is a great
We have been trying to keep up with
the Balkan war, but it's a hard job.
Here's hoping that Turkey will meet
the fate of the Thanksgiving birds,
which bear her name.
We note in an exchange that the |
Federal patronage which the Deinu4
cratic administration will have to distribute
will amount to about thirty
million dollars. A tidy sum.
Gov. Blease is reported in the Co
lumbia correspondence of the News
and Courier to have said that "whenever
Joe Brown or any other governor
sends a meritorious requisitino here it
will be granted without regard to what
my personal feeling toward any governor
might be." That's filling the job,
Governor, and filling it as a man from
HR. DOMLMCK FOR CONGRESS.
There are persistent rumors throughout
the State that Mr. Fred. H. Dorainick
ii going to run for congress two
years from now, seeking Congressman
Wyatt Aiken's position in the national
house of representatives. The Herald
and X ws has not seen any statement
fro:ii .Air. Dominick in regard to these
r the Cr
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tiess, We planned
rear Week at 's.
rear for men,
ibbed bleached /( jlw )
h and sell else- / i y/\
laugh's price, I fiOf
e knit Corset
on Suits, worth
irts and Draw- M(| J| I
r fleeced Shirts *'1!( 1 J
i. value, speeial feWl II
'rawers, would 1 IIL11
eader 49c dm I
f children's Un- Ms
ton. tiring tne ?
b all sizes. w
rumors, but we want to say that if it <
should choose Mr. Dominick to repre- ;
sent it in the national house the dis- !
trict would be ably represented. j i
Thei Herald and News reprints from ;
the News and Courier an Edgefield dispatch
detailing the effort which B. R. .
Tillman, Jr., is making to regain control
of his children. This is a matter
which were better left out of the ,
newspapers, 'but it is a matter of news,
because it is a' matter in which people
are interested. S retimes it is ?
very hard to recognize the line of
demarcation between what ought to be j
printed and what ought not, Keeping ,
in mind a newspaper's duty to the public,
to the conventions of society, and j
to itself and its editor.
COOPER FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
There have been a good many gentlemen
mentioned for the position of
district attorney unde/ the new administration
to succeed Mr. E. F.,
Cochran, of Anderson, whose term expires
on March 4 next. Among those
mentioned are Attorney General Lyon,
Mr. J. William Thurmond, former .
Chief Justice Ira B. Jones, and former
Speaker R. S. Whaley. These gentlemen
are well kncwn by reputation to
the voters of the State. There are
others who have been "mentioned,"
and who would no doubt like to have
We want to nominate for district attorney
to succeed Mr. Cochran, Solicitor
R. A. Cooper, of Laurens. Solicitor
Cooper has been the State'sprosecuting
attorney in the eighth cir"
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cuit lor me past sevtu <ui/u <x wo.il
years. He has been faithful, able and
fearless in the discharge of his duty,
and has shown that he is eminently
qualified for any position in this line
of work with which he may be honored
or which he may honor.
We have not consulted Mr. Cooper,
but we put Mr. Cooper's hat into tiie
A committee of business men from |
Columbia ' :>s gone to vi-sit President
aew goods coupled
>u hit this store--tl
r'> Ladies'New Long Coats
brought us a brand
new line of Ladies'
& Misses' Long Coats.
jpO All the new things in
UJ Coats are here. If you
if? want a Coat that is
?g) perfect in style, qual"tBB
ity, material, workWjf
manship and lining,
jf buy one of these; all
||! marked at quick sellIjj
II $5.00, $7.50, $10.00,
$12.50, $15.00, $20,
elect Wilson to urge him to attend the
National Oorn? show, and also tc offer
him the VanMetre residence in Hampton
street in Columbia, for a winter
tome for -himself and family. This
home was occupied by the family of
Mr. WiLson during their residence in
Columbia. If the president-elect should
prefer, the committee is authorized to
offer him a suite of ten rooms at the
Colonia hotel. Ample accommodations
are to be provided for his secretaries
and newspaper cabinet, if the
iJ * -V/V..1/J ? the irwfPor
pressmen L-trieut csm/uiu i/u^
and make Columbia his winter
home. President-elect Wilson could
scarcely find a more desirable winter
home than Columbia, and in addition
he wpuld be ajnong the scenes of his
JOH> AULL, BLEASE'S SECRETARY
Governor Announces Appointment
Effective December First,
Columbia, November 6.?Governor
Blease today announced that John K.
AulJ, of Newbefry, had been appointed
his private secretary and would
assume his duties on the first of December.
W. F. Blackburn, who has
been temporarily filling the position
(-nn./vtow Cl'llflO tVlO rPSl
U1. pi i?dic aci-i cuii ?> Qinviy tuv * 0
nation of Alex Rov.iand, will retain
his position^ stenographer.
Mr. Aull, the- new secretary, has been
court stenographer of his circuit and
connected, with The Herald and News,
of Newberry. He is well known
throughout the State and will make a
most efficient secretary to the governor.
JOHN K. AULL TO BECOME
SECRETARY TO GOV. BLEASE
Mr. John K. Aull, of Newberry, for
th.-, past seven and a half years court
stenographer of the 8th circuit, has
rr igne-d his position, effective December
1st. A.t this time he will becom-t
secretary to Gov. Blease, having some
time ago accepted this appointment.
'T'"-- M.- A'ullV
1 lit" iUl i.'UU ii*. Illi:ill ui jii. niiii 3 u v....
ion To give up li!s position as the official
stenographer of this circuit will
1" very gen rally regretted by his
friend? in Laurens who have, come to
. with variety, style
i it. Don't buy a d
* ^ 1 * wracf -iir\ +U O klici'
.1^ ill IrllV U UJ1.
Mimnaugh's Shoe Sp
25 cases, our second shi
fall, just landed.
We will "chunk out" 1
? Shoes this week in a wa;
have never seen it done be
Y Always Bus;
look upon him as "one of the family."
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As tills is tne last court 01 me ytaxi
for Laurens, Mr. Aull is making his
"farewell tour," as lie expresses it In
fact he will complete the circuit this
month, after which there will be no
courts until February. His successor
will be named by Judge F. B. Gary,-of
Mr. Aull is regarded as one of the
yy^cm- ct^nnpTflnhers nn the
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State, and all who know him recognize
his peculiar fitness for the position of
private secretary to the chief executive.
All his Laurens friends; therefore,
wish for him continue*! success and
happiness which he abundantly deserves.
A co-incid'snt m connection with the
appointment of Mr. Aull as the governor's
secretary is the fact that his
father, Col. E. H. Aull, editor of the
Newberry Herald and News* held this
same position during the administration
of Governor M. B. McSweeney.
The Herald takes this occasion to
renew its appreciation of .the many
courtesies Mr. Aull has shown in furn
J T?/\rvnr?f o nf
nisning IUlI cillQ i cauauie i cyui w v*.
the court proceedings from term to
term. In addition to being an expert
stenographer, Mr. Aull i? an accomplished
newspaper writer, well-known
throughout the State.
.lohn Aull, Blease's Secretary.
Governor Blease, Wednesday, announced
that John K. Aull, of Newberry,
had been appointed his private
secretary and would assume his duties
on the first of December.
, \V. F. Blackburn, who has been
temporarily filling the position of privoto
Cpf>rpfprv fiince the resignation
i of Alex Rowland, will retain fiis position
Mr. Aull, the new secretary, has
been court stenographer.of his circuit
and is connected with The Herald
and News, of Newberry. He is well
known throughout the State and will
make a most efficient secretary to lit?
It is reported that Mr. John K. Aull
i of Xewberry will bo appointed as Gov:
erncr Blease's private secretary and
i will assume the duties of th.> position
.1::nnary !. Mr. Aull is a bright young
newspaper man who will doubtle-s
fill the p!ac?' with credit t" himself
and sat'sfaction ro his employers.
5 and low prices is r
ollar's worth of me:
ecials. I'm No Young
I was doing a i
dollar business ri
when some of :
to move out oft
5 bales 40 in. N
spun, worth 9c.,
5 cases good J
19 elsewhere lCc., :
ipment this ,T) b&lcs Rivers
r o i ^
spun, worm o$c
25 pes. good, ]
)argains in worth 35c., Miir
y that you 25 pes. good, Y
if ore. worth 25c., Miir
"A No. 1" seems to be quite alive,
after all, in spite of a report out a few
weeks ago, and generally circulated,
that he had been killed in a railroad 1
wreck in Texas. Th: Massachusetts i
Springfield Republican of Sunday tells |
of a visit of this liatiosally known
tramp in Springfield a few days ago,
j and prints his picture, which shows
Leon R. Livingston, the real "A No.
3," in .his "traveling" costumi?-, and
looking very "natural" to those who
have met him.
KEA-L -ESTATE JW* ?AliiL.
I will offer for sale at public auction
to the highest bidder, before the court
house at Newberry, South Carolina,
within the legal hours of sale, on salesday
in December, 1912, if not sold at
private sale before said date, the following
tract of 'land in Newberry
County, South Carolina, to-wit: All
that tract of land containing fifty-six
(56) acr s, more or less, Dounuea >vy
lands of J. Fred Schumpert, Isabella
Stewart, Carolina Jefferson, I. H. Boulware
and J. Lindsay Dominick, it being
the same tract of land recently
conveyed to me by George W. Herbert.
Terms otf sale: One-third cash; the
credit portion payable in one and two
equal annual instalments, to be secur
'ed by notes of purchaser and mortgage
of premises sold, with 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 inj
terest at the same rate until paid in
j full. Notes and mortgage shall con'
tain the usual 10 per cent. Attorney's
fee clause, in the event of collection by i*
an attorney or in case of suit, action
or foreclosure. Mortgage shall con- '
tain usual default clause, in case of;
non-payment of first note, or interest,
at maturity. Mortgage to require pur- /
chaser to pay 8 per cent, interest on '
taxes paid by mortgagee. Purchaser *
-may anticipate payment of credit por- j*
tion in whole or in part. Purcnasor 10
pay for papers and recording same.
11-8-td. Mrs. Ida N. Boozer.
Flagged Train TVitli Shirt.
Tearing his shir: from his back an
Ohio man flagged a tiain and saved it1
from a wreck, but H. T. Alston, Ral-!
n nrpvpnted a wreck
I t'lgu, > . V>., unvc f-'v -with
Electric Bitters. ''I was in a ter-,
j rible plight when I began to use1
j them," be writes, "my stomach, head.
; back and kidneys were all badly af- j
j fee ted and my liver was in ba<l con
| aition, but four bottles of Electric Bit- j
esulting in an
Kid With My First
i r? ii 1 *
ght here in Newberry
my competitors were j
een the plow handles.
le reason they've got
rewberry Mills Home- < a
at only 7|c
jeavy Outing, worth I a
sale price 8Jc I .
side Checked Homesale
leavy buckskin Jeans,
maugh's price yd..25c
leavy buckskin Jeans,
maugh's price yd... 19c
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. .
TTir "Prrvsnpritv StonV rtomrvanv. Plain- ?
t?r. . ; ' ,
Nora Hamilton and G. S. Stockman,
Defendants. - ' j
By virtue of an order of the court
herein, I will sell to the highest bidder
before the; court house at Newberry,
S .C., on Monday, December 2,1912, the ? g
same being salesday, all that tract,
piece or parcel of land lying and be
ing situate m tne county 01 i\ewDerry,
State of South Carolina, in No. 9 town- *
ship, containing twenty-three (23)
acres, more or less, bounded by lands
of General Floyd, Richard Cromer, i
Adam Cromer and Timothy creek, this
being the same land that was bojight
from John Cousin; said land consist
mg or two tracts.
Terms of sale: One-half of the purchase
money to be paid in cash, and '
the balance on a credit of one year, to *
be secured by a bond of the purchaser
and a mortgage of the premises sold,
w<th leave to pay all cash; the cerdit ^
portion to bear interest; mat in ine
event the bidder fails to comply with i
the terms of sale within eight days the
master will sell the premises at the !
risk of the former bidder. Purchaser 1
to pay for papers aijd for recording
same. H. H. Rikard, * s
. November S, i912. Master.
Have yonr job printing done by The J
Herald andjfews and get the best 4
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. '
Notice is hereby given that I will
make final settlement of the estate of
Dr. Geo. Douglass, deceased, in the
Probate Court of Newberry County,
State of South Carolina, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, on Thursday, December
12, 1912, and immediately thereafter
apply for letters dismissory as '
administratrix of said estate.
Lenora E. Douglass,
November 12, 1912.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING. f
The annual meeting of the stock- 1
holders of the- Glenn-Lowry Manufacturing
company will be held on Wednesday,
November 27, 1912, at noon in
the offices'of the company, at Whit- ^
mire. S. C. v 9
William Coleman, i
1 l-12-2t.ltaw. President.