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Entered at the Postoffice if \T^wfcnry,
S. C., as 2nd class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Tuesday, November 19, 1912.
We hope the Columbia State and the
other newspapers having the matter
in charge will speedily determine
whether President-elect Wilson is
bound by the one-term plank in the
Democratic platform. If he is, we
want to get our Newberry candidate^
in the race early.
The general concensus ot opinion
among Democratic leaders seems to be
that President-elect Wilson is wise in
his decision to call an extra session
of congress soon after the inauguration
to take up the matter of tariff
revision. The sooner the Democratic
program is carried into execution, and
the business interests know exactly
what tariff rc?fr?rm id tr* hp msrlp thp>
sooner will business conditions become
Judge R. Withers Memminger, who
is presiding over the common pleas
court in Newberry this week, is rounding
out his eighth year upon the bench.
He has made a fine record as a circuit
judge, his rulings having been recog
nized throughout the State as able,
fair and impartial. He is fearless in
the discharge of his duty, and he dispatches.
the work of the courts as
speedily as is consistent with the
rights of the partis litigant.
The Greenville Piedmont and Newberry
Herald and News are not expecting
cabinet jobs. They were originn
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The Herald and News was a ''Wilson
man" after the Democracy spoke in
convention assembled, as all gcod
Democrats should have been. The
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We lead in Ladies" C
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people the largest stoc
Suits all over South Ca
our own price, th^y org
manufacturers in this c
of sizes. Come in ear]
department mam floor.
Rack 1. Suits worth u
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prices. You all know <
line of Ladies' Coat Su
[pecting any cabinet job, though The
Herald and News is not making any
f promises as to what it would do if
offered the portfolio of secretary of
State, for instance.
THE YAUGHN APPEAL.
The case of T. U. Vaughn, convicted
j in Greenville of the most heinous j
crime known to this civilization, shows
the need of some regulation in the
matter of appeals. The appeal to the
supreme court in this case automatically
stays the execution of thfe sentence.
Vaughn on the witness stand |
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con res sea. uis icauui ,
light of the confession, no prejudicial
errors could have been committed during
the trial of the case.
An appeal in such a case, staying
the execution of sentence, tends to
breed dissatisfaction with the entire
administration of justice by the courts.
Judge Thomas S. Sease adjourned
the circuit court Saturday, after a two
weeks' session. Both the criminal and
civil dockets were very much congested
with cas^, nearly all of which
were disposed of. Judge Sease made
a most favorable impression on the
entire bar, court officers, jurors and
on 'the public generally. More business
has been transacted this term
than for years, owing to the judge's
guiding hand. He presides with dignity;
at the same time he is courteous,
and indulgent to the members of the
bar, but not to the extent of permitting
dilatory tactics. His charge on
the law and rulings on evidence are
clear and convincing. Taken all in all,
we think he is one of the ablest of the
T anpnstpr Npiws
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' Judge Sease is a son of Newberry
county, and was elected solicitor of
the old seventh circuit from Newberry.
The Herald and News takes a great
deal of pleasure in reproducing the
ibove from the Lancaster News, be
cause we know it is deserved. Judge
?ea?<\ while solicitor, was known as
ue of the State's ablest and most
earless prosecuting officers, and he is
\akivg th<" same kind of enviable
n business to make
e price. That we Y
ht straight to JMim:
uch high class mere
loat Suits, Coats, Skirts, etc.
fy-to-wear business in this sec
fc, the best styles at the most
rolina. We received by Satu
all this season s newest styles
country. We will place these
'y before the choice ones are g
:p to $15.00, reduced to
ip to $18.50, reduced to
:p to $22.50, reduced to
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tp to $3u.uu, reaucea zo
d Medium Length J
Sample Coats. Never- hax
as well as we do that we are tl
its, Coats and ready-to-wear
fhe Store That'
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, ,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Geo. W. Eddy, as administrator of the
goods, chattels and credits of Susan
E. Eddy, deceased; as executor of
the last will and testament of William
H. Eddy, Sr., deceased, and in
his own right,v and William n. .uaay,
Jr., Joseph H. Eddy, Clark B. Eddy,
Mary R. Eddy, Hattie K. Livingston
and Wm. T. Buford, Plaintiffs,
Lilla Eddy, William Wallace Eddy,
winio iwi-mRrm "Rnford. Hattie May
Buford and Susie Alliene Buford, Defendants.
[ By virtue of an order of the court,
herein, I will sell to the highest bid
der before the court house at Newberry
on,Monday, December 2, 1912, the
.same being salesday, all that tract or
plantation of land lying and being
situate in Newberry county, State of
South Carolina, containing two hundred
and twenty (220) acres, more or |
less, and bounded by lands of the j |
estate of W. C. Swittenburg, by lands
of George W. Summer, C. E. Summer
and C. T. Summer, lands cf J. E. Wessinger,
lands of the estate of J. W.
Rhodes, lands of Mrs. Laura Mayer
and perhaps others.
Terms of sale: One^half of the purchase
price to be paid in cash, the
balance m one year witn liuertai num
day of sale at the rate of eight per
cent, per annum, to be secured by bond
of the purchaser and mortgage of the
premises sold, with leave to the purchaser
to pay all in cash, bond and
mortgage to contain the stipulation of
10 per cent, in case of suit or fore
closure. The purchaser will be required
to pay to the master immediately
after his bid the sum of one hundred
H. H. Rikard,
November 6, 1912. Master.
TlTwA P, PViars_
A1 1 tilt? ClUUU Uil U1 *T CL1 U VXz vuwvy
man are in my hands for collection,
and must be settled at once.
Eugene S. Blease.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEyENT.
Notice is hereby given that I will
make final settlement of the estate of
Dr. Geo. Douglass, deceased, in me i
Probate Court of Newberry County, j
State of South Carolina, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, on Thursday, Decem t
12, 1012, nnd immediately tficrek
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this the leadinq st
lave succeeded is e\
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handise at such lot
It's not a matter of speculai
tion. We could not do it if
reasonable prices. We are
rday's express 125 sample Si
and models, and are made h
Suits on sale this week, no ti
one. All these Suits are on
Ladies'1 and Missei
)e we offered such swell Coc
xe only concern m Newberry
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No car made equals it,
We have these cars in ?
terested phone 172 and J
with us, will be glad to give
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Repairs, Tires, Oils, Grea;
Also, we have expert ir
do satisfactory repairing,
work satisfactory and prii
Give us a trial.
after apply for letters dismissory as
administratrix of said estate.
T ftnnro "57! Firm
November 12, 1912.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
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The benign Ruler of the Universe
having graciously granted unto us, tha
people of the State of South Carolina, ^
unlimited and untold blessings during'
the past 12 months, having filled our
borders with abundance of everything
needed to make a happy and contented
people, it is but right and proper
that a day should be set aside upon
which thanks should be rendered to
Him, the Giver of all things.
THEREFORE, I, Cole. L. Blease,
governor cf the State of South Carolina.
do hereby set apart Thursday, No
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jidenced by the fac
y-to- wear goods ai
Iion as to who carries
we did not offer the j
selling and shipping I >
lits that we bought at ft
y one of the best Suit
vo alike, large ranges fk
four big racks. Suit ? V]
5 Coats |
its at such reasonable
who carry a complete
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regardless of the price,
itofik. and if vou are in
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Ir. Waldrop, who is now
i you a free demonstration
[ well assorted stock of
ses, uasonne, etc.
lechanics who are able to
, and you will find all
ees reasonable. (
> Garage j
vember the twenty-eighth, nineteen
hundred and -twelve, as a day of
thanksgiving, and in doing so earnestly
request that all the people meet
in their churches and other places of
worship, and render thanks unto Almighty
God for his mercies and blessirvora
on/i rkotitinn for His continued
guidance and protection.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto
signed my name and caused
to be alhxed the Great Seal
of the State, at Columbia, this ;
(Seal) fifteenth day of November, A.
D. nineteen hundred and twelve,
and in the one hundred and
thirty-seventh year of the independence
of the United
States of America.
Cole. L. Blease,
By the Governor: Governor.
R. M. McCown,
Secretary of ;
it that you
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Too little attention is paid by "
men to the style of their overcoats.
Yet it's just as easy to
get correct style as it is to get j
the desired body-protectionf i '
and it costs you nothing extra
if you get
Kahn-Tailoi ed-CIothes '
$20 to $45
From our great variety of J
500 all-wool new patterns '
and weaves, you can make a j
selection that appeals to your '
sense of fitness. Then we
will take your accurate measure
and produce for you FalT
and Winter coats that will be ' i
the acme of fit, style and I
protection. Also Shoes and ,
Hats at cost.
E. B. Copeland j
Ward & Chapman's Old Stand, Opposite i
Newberry Hardware Store. J