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S-sJVILL STAM) liV HIS >IEX.
mpers Quoted as Saying: Iron Workers'
I'nion Will be Continued in
Spite of Verdict.
\*ew YorK, Dec. 30.?Samuei Goal's,
president of the American Fedition
of Labor, was quoted today as
Ting he will do everything in his
wer to stand by the International>
Association of Structural Bridge and j
m Iron Workers, many of whose mem- j
bens appeared for sentence at Indiana- j
polis today in the dynamite conspiracy j
"I hope the verdict will be proven to
be unjust," said Mr. Gompers, "but
whether just or unjust the bridge and I
iron workers' organization will be con-:
tinued as an efficient union. These;
<rades are controlled by tremeuO.ous j
masses of corporate wealth. The condition
of the workers, if there was no
/*r?ViCkoi/-y>i unit V Tin HTI1 D?1 WOUld
IWAiVOlVU, UV KA 111 f y |
be too frightful to contemplate. I j
shall do everything in my power to
stand by the men and to strengthen 1
their organization." j
SENTENCES ARE PASSED.
Labor Union Officials Given Terms in
Prison.?Ryan Gets Seven Years.
Indianopolis, Dec. 30.?Imprison- j
ment in the federal penitentiary at
Fort Leavenworth, Kan., today was
imposed as punishment upon 33 labor j
union officials convicted of having en~
vo+i-n /-.ri r>r> rvf nrnriPTtV
L&agcu ixl me ucou uv.uuu wi. ,
"by dynamite, Frank M. Ryan, president
of the International Association
of Bridge and Structural Iron Workers,
the strike of which was given as
the motive for promoting the dynamite
plots, was sentenced to seven year's
imprisonment, the heaviest pumsxm^nt
H of all.
Wgt Seven Years?Frank M. Ryan, Chicago,
president of the International As
Isociation of Bridge and Structural
Six Years?Olaf A. Tveitmoe, San
jfrancisco, secretary of the California
Building Trades council; Herbert S.;
Hockin, former secretary of the Iron;
Workers' union and formerly of Detroit;
John T. Butler, Buffalo, vice
president of the union; Eugene A.
Clancy, San Francisco; J. E. Munsey,
Salt Lake City, Utah; Philip A. Cooley,
New Orleans; Fred. C. Webb, New'
York; Michael J. Young, Boston.
Four Years?John H. Barry, St.
Ixmis; Peter J. Smith, Cleveland.
Three Years?Charles N. Beam, Minneapolis;
Harry W. Leigieitner, Denver;
Ernest G. W. Basey, IndianaDolis;
Edward Smythe, Peoria, 111.; William 1
| E. Reddin, Milwaukee; Murray L. Per- i
nell, Springfield, 111.; Paul J. Morrin, j
St Louis; Willie J. McCalii, Kansas
City; Michael J. Hannon, Scranlon,
Pa.; George Nipper Anderson, CI eve-j
land; WilSrrd Bert ?r>wt>, Kansuc j
rOity, Mo.; Michael J. C'u inane, Phila- j
Two Years?Frank J. Higg:n*, Bos- i
ton; William K. Painter, Omaoa; Fred
Sherman, Indianapolis; Richai'i a.
One Year and One Day?William C.
Bernhart, Cincinnati; Chas. J. Wachtmeister,
Detroit; William Shuper,
Chicago; James E. Ray, Peoria, 111., j
Edward E. Phillips, Syracuse, N. Y.; j
Fred. Mooney, Duluth, Minn.
Suspended Sentences?Patrick F. i
"EV, 7 Vnrlf T o inoc PnrtnflV i
J' C4.A i. a V\. n i via, *j i* < iivo v/w^vj j
Chicago; James Coughlin, Chicago;
Hiram R. Kline, Muncie, Ind., former
organizer for the Carpenters' -union in i
Detroit; Frank J. Murphy, Detroit; j
Edward Clark, Cincinnati, confessed i
dynamiter, who testified for the gov- ;
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of every bottle with the money back ;
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-Dodson's Liver Tone costs 50 cents
a bottle. It is the safest and best
remedy for torpid liver, constipation,
biliousness, etc., that has ever been
sold in this city. It takes the place i
of dangerous calomel and does not j
lay you up as a dose of calomel often
does. A bottle in the house is as good
as fifty cents in the bank. If you or
your family need a liver tonic you have
the medicine ready, if it fails you get
^ our money back.
Be sure you get Dodson's Liver
Tone when you ask for it. There are
imitations of it that may disappoint
\0T (.001) 0\ KX< HANGK.
Wall Street Experienced Dull Year in
Stock Market, and in All Financial
Xew York, Dec. 31.?The year 1912
in the financial district was far from
satisfactory. In the stock market
lower prices and restricted business
were the most adverse features. Of
the various commodity markets the
cotton- exchange almost alone had an
active and profitable year. The enormous
crop of cotton was in itself a
preventive of such disastrous and spectacular
markets as were witnessed in
tfiF "oooms" or recent years.
The dullness in the stock market
found partial reflection in the operations
of local banks and trust companies,
but all these institutions are
believed to be in better condition than
at any time since the end of 1907, and
many have added handsomely to their
resources and surplus accounts. Banking
houses, especially those with international
connections, have felt the
effect of the world-wide hardening of
money, the congestion of the securities
markets here and in Europe and
latterly the drain caused by the Balkan
Refunding operations of a miscellaneous
character threaten to press hard
on the domestic money market during
the next few months, quite apart from
any fresh financing. Actual loans of
clearing house banks last week exceeded
demo'sits more than 7r>.0f)0.00fl
and this is indicative of conditions at
many important reserve centers.
For this reason, it is pointed out,
the money situation is being regarded
with increasing soHcitude- and must
necessarily be the most accurate barometer
affecting all home products for
some time to come.
The Savannah Morning News calls
attention to the fact that not only
the South, but the whole country is
losing heavily because the advantages
of this section to the homeseeker are
not better advertised. It is said that
150,000 people moved from the United
States to Canada last year, and that
they took with them an average of
"31,539- each or the stupendous total
of over $200,000,000.
As The News says, there is no excuse
for the emigration of these people
to Canada. That country offers
no such inducements to settlers as
the South does. The Southern farmer
hac three days in which to do the work
the farmer in Canada is compelled to
do in two. He has a grazing season
lasting nearly all the year, and his
"expense for fuel and for winter housing
for stock is nominal. Instead of
having to bear the expense of enforced
.idleness for four or five months of the
year, he can have a money crop maturing
at all seasons. He can even
produce* three profitable crops from
the same land in one years. The Canadian
farmer is confined to one crop
for the season.
Lands in many sections of the
South are cheaper than those in Canada
and they are easier brought into
cultivation and farmed with less labor
and expense. In fact, when compared
ivith thosp of r*7iTiada the ODDOrtuni
ties the South offers the homeseeker
are so much greater that one wonders
why every available acre of land in
this section is not taken.
The reason it is not is because the
Faith's advantages are not ge >rall>
kmv r it is largely .. matter cf a !verv'shig.
Last sumn^r and in' the
l hi -i'po and other large W'.sternewscarried
pa^js and in so-tte
cases entire sections devoted to the ad
vertising of Canadian lands. Canadian
real estate men, railroads and
promoters spent large sums to lay the
merits of their sections before the
people of the Middle West and Northwest.
and they had to the cooperation
of their government. The homeseekers
read, believed and emigrated. This
country and the South lost and Cani
The lesson has been an* expensive
one, but it should be a profitable one.
Land owners, real estate dealers and
railroads should cooperate in advertising
the advantages of the South.
Our people too often complain that
the railroads do not advertise this section.
The railroads should not be
expected to do it all. The land ownvonct
lonrt a hplDine hand.
C3 J.XJ.UWW 4VM%. M ^
A. L. GASTON FOR DIS'T ATTORNEY
: Chester Lawyer Suggested as "Coin!
Columbia, Dec. 31.?The naaio of
Arthur L. Gaston, of Chester, is looming
up in the possibilities for United
j States district attcnov, according io
J reports here. Mr. - Jasc >u is not an
applicant for this position, but friends
are suggesting him as a compromise
SENATOR SMITH'S SON I)HAD.
Shot Christmas Day, Succumbs to
Florence, I>ec. 31.?Martius Smith, j
so^ of United States Senator E. D. ;
Smith, of this place, who was accidentally
shot on Christmas day while
out gunning with his father on his
farm, four miles from Lynchburg, died
last night about 11 o'clock. The funeral
and interment will take plac? at St. j
George, S. C., at neon tomorrow.
Young Smith, although shot through ,
the abdomen and liver, stood the i
operation after the shooting remarkably
well and was thought to be getting
along nicely until pneumonia set ]
in on Friday. From this attack he j
rtpsnpratelv ill until Sunday night,!
when he seemed to rally, his tempera-;
ture having been considerably reduc- |
d. But yesterday he took a turn for :
the worse and continued to sink until j
death relieved him shortly before the j
Martius was the only s-on of Senator
S.mith by his first wife, and was quke
a favorite her-? among his many young:
friends and school chums. He was ex
tremely fond of his father and the \
i father devoted to the son.
! ACCUSED OF BURNING CHILDREN.
Rev. Marion Capps Charged With Causing
Deaths of Three of His
Fort Smith, Ark., Dec. 30.?Ellis!
Canns. 10 vears old. died in a hospital i
here today, the third member of the\
Capps family to succumb to injuries'
received in a fire which destroyed their
home December 12. Rev. Marion
Capps, father of the children, is charged
with (having tied his five motherless
children to their beds, fastened the
doors and windows and after having
; poured oil on the premises, fired the
I Two of tfyree children were burned j
jto death and three escaped, although j
badlv burned. One of them died today. I
Capps declared the explosion of an
oil lamp caused the fire. A coroner's
jury has found that he is responsible
for the death of his offspring and the
examining magistrate bound him over
to await the action of the grand jury
on the charge of murder.
W. G. Mayers deserves 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
j famous by curing appendicitis and it
has now been discovered that A SIX
GLE DOSE relieves sour stomach, gas
| on the stomach and constipation IX|
STANTLY. It is the only remedy
which never fails.?W. G. Mayes, Druggist.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN PROBATE COURT.
! Lambert W. Jones, nominated as executor
of the last Will and Testament
of Samuel Tribble, deceased,
j Katie Belle Tri'bble, Halloc-k Tribble,
? - ^
Iviila Sanders, meia wiisou,
Tribble, Samuel T. C. Tribble,
j Theoda Tribble, Ul^ss Tribble, Orrie
Tribble, Mossie Marie Tribble,
j Aletha Tribble, Hilton Tribble, Viola
Gilder, Redmond Gilder, Lora Gilder
and Redmond Tribble, if alive, or
if dead, bis heirs-at-law legatees and
devisees, names and residences of
same unknown, Defendants,
j PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL
IN DUE FORM OF LAW.
To the Defendants Above Named: j
1 ? ?aJ o v> m
iou are nereuy suauiivii^u anu 4V,-|
I quired to answer the petition in this
| action, of which a copy is herewith
j served upon you, and to serve a copy
! of your answer to the said petition on
the subscriber at his office at Newberry,
South Carolina, within twenty
days after the service hereof, exclu- i
sive of the day of such service; and if I
you fail to answer the petition within
| the time aforesaid, the petitioner in
| this action will apply to the court for
i the relief demanded in the petition.
Lambert W. Jones, j
I Nominated Executor of Last Will and I
I Testament of Samuel Tribble.
I \s. OV'UUUipVA Ly
Judge of Probate Newberry County.
To the non-resident defendant, Red-*
mond Tribble, if he be alive, and if
j dead, to his heirs at law, next kin,
J legatees and devisees:
I You are hereby notified that the pej
tition in the above stafed matter was
! on the 30th day of December, 1912, j
filed in the office of the Judge of Probate
for Xewberrv.County, South Caro!
T^ambert W. Jone^^
Nominated as Executor of
Will and Testament of
b e, cmaed, Petitioner.
C. C. Schump?rt,
Judge of Probate for Newberry County,
12-3 l-6t-l taw.
I, or an authorized agent, will be '
at the following places named below \
for the purpose of taking returns of;
personal property for fiscal year 191?
Newberry, January 1st to 4th, inclusive.
Jolly Street, Monday, Jan. 6th.
Pomaria, Tuesday, Jan. Tth. j
Walton, Wednesday, Jan. 8th. !
Mt. Pleasant, Thursday, Jan. 9th.
Maybinton, Friday, Jan. 10th.
Longshores, Monday, Jan. 13th.
Newberry, Saturday, Jan. 11th.
Silver Street, Tuesday, Jan. 14th.
Chappells, Wednesday, Jan. 15th. j
Kinards, Thursday, Jan. 16th. jj
Wliitmire, Friday and Saturday, Jan.. 1
17th and 18th.
St. Lukes, Monday, Jan. 20th.
O'Nealls, Tuesday, Jan. 21st.
Little Mountain, Wednesday, Jan.
Prosperity, Thursday and Friday,
Jan. 23rd and 24th.
Newoerry, Moiiohon Mill, Saturday
Newberry, Oakland Mill, Monday
Newberry Court House, Jan. 28th to
Feb. 20th. j
The time .for making assessments !
expires on Thursday, Feb. 20th. and 1
all persons, firms and corporations j
failing to make their returns by 6 ,
o'clock on the evening of Feb. 20th, a
penalty of 50 per cent will be added '
to their assessment of fiscal year 1913.1
The law requires a tax to be charged
on all moneys, notes and mortgages,
also an income tax on gross incomes
in excess of $2,500.00.
There shall be a capitation tax of
fifty cents on aii Qogs>, uic yi uv>?i>uw
to be expended for school purposes.
Dogs not returned for taxation shall
not be considered as property in any
of the courts of this State.
All male persons between the ages
of 21 and 60 yearc, are liable to pay
j poll tax, except Confederate soldiers,
I or those persons incapable of earning
I a support from being maimed or from
any other cause. Nothing
but personal property is to
be assessed this year, but all persons
who have bought or sold aqy real es- j
tate since last reiurn are required to
i note such transfers an their returns
|for 1913 .
All property must be assessed "at
its '~ue vpJue," which is construed to
mean * *he sum of money which such
property, under the ordinary circumstances
would sell for cash."
| Please do not ask that your piup|
erty be taken from the auditor's duplicate
the same as last return, for the
law requires tfiat all property must be
listed on regular tax return blanks and j
signed and sworn to by person listing j
Name of township and school district
must be given on every return.
EUGENE S. WERTS.
! Auditor for Newberry County. New- j
berry, S. C.
I I will sell at public outcry at the
! Newberry Court House on January 6,*
1913, salesday, if not sold before at
private sale, my place, lying near
Halfacre's mill, containing one hundred
acres, "w?+h good dwelling, new
barn and necessary outbuildings, and
fine pasture wired in, excellent neighborhood
and healthy location. Terms,
one-third cash, one-third in one year
and one-third in two years time.
M. C. Moore.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Commercial Bank of
Newberry, S. C., will be held on Wedi
nesday, January 8, 1913, at 12 o'clock
m., in the president's office for the purpose
of electing directors for the ensuing
year and the transacting of any
j other business that may come before
the meeting. v
J. Y. McFall,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
I COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By C. C. Schumpert, Esquire, Probate
WHEREAS, Mrs. Mattie C. Hentz
hath made- suit to me to grant her letters
of administration of the estate
of and effects of Mrs. Elizabeth Kmard,
THESE ARE THEREFORE to cite
1 ? 11 ' - -J fin rni lar fVlA
and aamonisn an <uiu OIU^UAUA vmv :
kindred and creditors of the said Mrs.
Elizabeth Kinard, deceased, that they
be and appear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at Newberry,
S. C., on the 14th of January, next after
publication thereof, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said administration
should not be granted.
GIVEN under my hand, this &0th
day of December, Anno Dominia, 1912.
C. C. Schumpert,
J. P. N. C.
I ATLANTIC COAST L
I PANAMA.IAMAIf A.(
Via the Over-Sea Rail
IS OFFERED AT A C
The Cruise will be on th
GELINE of the P. & 0. S
with 262 Staterooms). ?
January 7, 1913. Other 5
I and 18, March 4 and 18, 1
T^v. -Pi-ill in ^AVTYIotl ATi fl
l'UI iUU im uiJiiaiayn, i/i
the trip from any point de
and reservations on trains
the undersigned, who will
(Havana Office Jan. 17 to
I It will only cost a posta
get the particulars.
IS IT PURE?PLENTIFUL?DEPENI
Supply your home with all the pure, clea
?direct from well or spring, by the Pento
collect slime, mud or rust. Compress*
under the pressure and in quantities 5
economical in operation, easily installe
y?u nee^ it?then drawn ties
Is Call and Get Ci
I U Mm
1 wcu,Vv! a ?r 'et us sen(* ** to y?u*
8 uP"to*^ate system of wt
| Jjjj 1 advantages than any other?is
I for drinking, kitchen, laundry,
H. B. WELLS,
Filth Annual C
| January 27 to F<
Tickets from South Car
from Jan. 27 to Feb. 8 ir
8 return until Feb. 9. These
admission to Corn Exposi
Tickets from other poin
| 27, 31, Feb. 3, 5, 7, 1913
inal starring point returni
nf Fph. 12. 1913.
(Ui^uu v*. r
Side trip Excursions?'
from Columbia to points i
For detailed informatio
.est Seaboard agent or wri
Columbia, S. C ; J. S. Etc
nah, Ga.; C. W. Small, D
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
will make final settlement
as gaurdain of the estate of Jackson
Stuck, minor, deceased, in the
Probate Court of Newberry County,
South Carolina, on January 4th, 1913,
at 11 o*clock in the forenoon, and will
immediately thereafter apply for dis
charge as such administrator. All persons
holding claims against said estate,
will file same, as required by
law, and all persons indebted to said
estate will make immediate settlement,
with the undersigned.
J. W. Stuck,
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bath, barn, sprinkling and fire protection*.
>R SALE BY
Newberry, S. C. N
RATES I :
k ' .JaBSl
>ia, S. C. I fj
orn Exposition [
ibroary 9,1912. I
olina points on sale daily
lclusive, limited for the j
tickets will include one
1 no or
its on seic Jan. zu? ?ot ^
Limited to reach origins
not later than mid5ide
trips will be sold
n South Carolina.
n and rates call on nearite
0. G. Denny, C. A.,
:hberger, T. P; A., Savan.
P. A., Savannah, Ga.
SOUTHSB5 BAILWAX, .
Schedules Effective December S, 1111
Arrivals and Departures Jfewberry,
(N. B.?These schedule figures are
shown as Information only and are not
8:51 a. m.?No. 15, daily from Columbia
to Greenville. Pullman
' Bleeping car between Charleston
11:50 a. m.?tfo. 18, daily, from Greenville
to Columbia. Arrive? Columbia
1:35 p. m., Augusta 8:85 p. m.
Charleston 8:15 p. m.
" " *T- *n J-"" Prtlnmi
if :40 p. m.?i\<j. ii, uniij, iivui
bia to Greenville.
9:05 p. m.?No. 16, daily, from Greenville
to Columbia. Pull mac sleeps
1 ng car Greenville to Charleston.
Arrives Charleston 8:15 a. m. Arri?e
Savannah 4:15 a. m. Jack*
sonville 8:30 a. m.
Four further information call o*
ticket agents, or E. H. Coapman, V. P.
& G. M., Washington, D. Q.; J. U
Meek, A. G. P. A., Atlanta, Ga., or F.
L. Jenkins, T. P. A., Augusta, Ga.