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KEFl'SEi) TO 2 I!T HYLll'S IN.
}Ian Who Wrote liiaainy Story About
king Turned A nay a> an
Washington, Jan. 16.?Edward F.
IMylius, The journalist, convicted in
London of libeling King George, for
which he paid a penalty of ten months j
in prison, was ordered turned away j
from the gates of the United States i
today by secretary of Commerce and j
labor Xagel as an undesirable immiorvont
within tho mpanin? of Amercan
61 uuv " icum vuv iuvw?*?..0
The cabinet official held that Mycins
was guilty of mora? turpitude,
which barred his admission,
tie denied that contention that
it was a purely political crime. Appeals
to the courts now can stay Mvlius'
"I cannot assume," said Secretary
Xagel in his decision, "that a law
which excludes anarchists and per'
sons who advocate the overthrow of
government or the assassination of
on public officials, was intended to admit
the publisher of a false charge
nnhlip officials, was intended to ad
vance a policical purpose or motives j
for the act, or bccuuse the false charge |
was directed against a king among j
others, or because the- court in which j
the trial was held regarded the poli- j
tical aspect of the case as an aggravation
of the offense."
Proponents of Mylius advanced the
defense that he was convicted of sev
ditious libel?a political crime?that
his trial in London had been a farce j
that in circulating a story attacking j
the honor of the King of England he j
Avas: nimine a blow at monarchial gov-,
ernment in the interest of republican- j
ism which should make him a w-el-1
come visitor to a free country.
The alege-d libonous story, pub-1
?Jished in the Pa- is Liberator, and for
the ''distribution o'.' which in England
i Myiius was convicted, charged that
Ceorg-e V., when a prince, contracted
a morganatic marriage in 1890 with
the daughter of Cir Michael CulmeS#>vTTvr?iiT\
an admiral of the British'
navy, now tli^ wife of Captain Trevelyan
In ordering the deportation of the
Journalist, Secretary Nag-el was confronted
with the unique situation that
although Mylius was not eligible to j
^Dt-er America, he was not barred j
from returning to England, where his I
alleged crime was committed.
INAUGURATION WITHOUT BALL.
President-elect Has Written Wm. C.!
Eustis to Cut it Out if Possible. j
Trentcn. X. J., Jan. 16.?President-1
elect Wilson favors abolishment of;
the inaugural ball. This becamej
"kno vii today when he sent a letter j
to William Corcoran Eustis at Wash- i
ington, chairman of the inauguartion
committee, asking him to consider the
feasibility of omitting it. *
Mr. Wilson's lettter follows:
4-vr.. TX if. T7-.A
uear 1V11. X^.U?llO. AH.ci laniug I
counsel with a great many personsj
and assessing as well as I could general
opinion in the matter I've come
to the conclusion that it js my dutyi
to ask you to consider the feasibility?
of omitting the inaugural ball alto- r
"I do this with a great deal of hesi- j
tation because I /lo not wish to. in -J
terfere with settled practices or witn!
reasonable expectations of those who I
usually go to enjoy the inauguration,;
but it has come to wear the aspect of:
a sort of public duty because of the
large indirect expense upon the government
incidently to it, and because
these balls have ceased to be necessary
to the enjoyment of the visitors.
"I hope most sincerely that this J
/ request will in no way embarrass you
and that I have not too long delayed i
in making the suggestion.
"With cordial regards: sincerely)
yours (signed) Woodrow Wilson.
Among several conferences held by |
Governor Wilson today was one with i
Senator-elect Broussard, of Louisiana, (
who had been invited by the governor!
to talk over the various matters, parti-;
cularly the qu-^tion of abolishing the j
commerce court. Mr. "Wilson had noI
comment to make on the subject af- i
ter the conference. Mr. Broussard
expressed himself as in favor of maintaining
the commerce court or a court
of equal jurisdiction.
Washington, I). C-, Jan. 16.?Mr.
Eustis declined to make any comnvent
because the letter had not reached
him. He got in touch with George E. J
Hamilton, chairman of the finance !
committee, and arranged to have a
meeting of all the inaugural officials
early tomorrow to consider Governor
"Wilson's proposal. Mr. Hamilton de-j
clared Mr. Wilson's suggestion to be j
"remarkable, coming at this late
the mind is b?nt so is the goc-; '
sip's tongue inclined.
E? i; ro ;?*
Of Conisty S?:]? ?r\ isor For Quarter
IN'cfjiil?er SI, W12.
982 F L Ruff, r&b -">.71
983 F M Satr rwbito. com tux.. 3.2~>'
9S4 \I .M Dickeri, j;-n 8.00
983 Mrs Sarah Holt, paup 2.009SG
.] K Williams, pens 4.00*'
9S< .J tf una?noers, pens 4.vu;'
9SS \Y A Shealy, pens 4.00 1
989 Levi Gruber, pens 4.00
990 .Airs Lucinda Livings ton-? ' '
991 G D Latlirop, pens 4.00
9.^1! Philip Spotts, pens 4.00 '
99IJ J W Werts, chg 40.00 M
994 George Suber, chg 32.''>0 1
99". T P Richardson, r&b 7.00,1
George Richardson, chg 3").00
Qi'T H V T.nminirk com 4.25
998 j G Miller, chg 40.00.
99t? [ X Wesson, i yus 4.00 j
uno ! f: r&b 0.36:'
1001 Mrs M Troutman, paup .. 2.00
]0<?2 W W Bishop, pan 2.00:
1 v?0S Mrs Mary ,T. Boozer, pan.. 2.00 j
10'?4 M M Satterwhite, r&b.... 60.."57 j
!00.~> M M Satterwhite, r&b.... 12.42
1 fiflfi Acp Stcrv. r&b 24.00
:?'?( 7 M Derrick, r&b 40.00;
1007 1-2 B H Griffin, r&b 0.22!
100S I) E Oxner, Co h 42.64;
1009 .Ino B B-edenbaugh, r&b.. 13.60,
1010 Charlie Motes, com tax.. 2.00 j
1011 J L Thomas, com tax.... 15.001
1012 C L Leitzsey, com tax.... 14.00'
1013 .T B McCollunv, com tax.. 4.00,
1014 Joe McCollum, r&b 19. 5S
101 G E Dominick, ferry 7.."0/'
1016 O L Lester, r&b 24.1S j
1017 S J Mayer, com tax.. .. 2.00 j
1018 Bruce Bowers, com tax .. ">.30'
1019 Dav-e Scurry, ferry 7.50 i
1020 C G Corley, ferry S. 33 j
1021 J T Hill, r&b 9.06 :
1022 Geo F Hunter, chg 4.51 j
1023 .T A Enlow, pens 4.00 i
1024 C G Corley, ferry $.33
1025 I X VanVoorhis, off sup.. 12.60 -l
1026 G W Kinard, r&b 5.40 j
1027 G W Eddy, r&b 3.00
1028 Wash Suber, r&b 1.50 j
1029 S B T & T Co, phone.. .. 3.00
1030 R H .Jennings, State tr-eas.
1031 Geo C Hipp, r&b 2.00'
1032 B P Hawkins, r&b 5.00
1033 J S J Suber, ferry 5.50 ,
1034 L I Feagle, co sup, com tax 5.00
1035 J M Alewine, com tax... 11.00
1036 .T M Ale wine, r&b 2.88
1037 C S DeHart, com tax.. .. 2.00
1038 Dr M R Powers, State
Veter i narian 100.00
1039 T J Wilson, com tax 13.12,
1040 I P Cannon, com tax 4.00 !
1041 J W Werts, chg 40.00 (
1042 .T G Miller, chg. 40.00 j*
1043 George Richardson, chg... 35.00:*
1044 G-eorge Suber, chg 32.50 j
1045 T P Richardson, r&b 27.00;
1046 Mrs Sarah Holt, pan 2.00 j
1047 Phillip Spotts, pens 4.00[_
104S G D Lathrop, pens 4.00.
1049 .T B Chambers, pens 4.00j
1050 .T E Williams, pens 4.00;
1051 J W Koon, pens S.00;
1052 Mrs Alice White, pau. ... 14.00 |
1053 Alex Caughman, com tax.. 2.901
1054 I X Wesson, p-=ns 4.00 >
1055 H B Hendrix, r&b 1.40 if
1056 Mrs M Troutman, pau 2.00 j
1057 B Y Abrams, com tax 37.50.'
1058 W WBishop, pau 2.00J
1059 Mrs Mary J. Boozer, pau... 2.00 j
- ~ ~ ~ ^1 1- - i. _ _ O V. C OC ! 1
lVbU Lf t> saiierwixitc, recu. ... u.ov,
1061 Mrs L Livingstone, pau... 2.00
1062 B F Melton, jail. 11.00 |1
1063 D E Oxner, eo h 40.0711
1064 \V A Shealy, pens 4.O0M
106o C L Leitzsey, com tax.. .. 14.00'1
1066 G E Do.minick, ferry.... T.oO|;l
1067 J T Hill, com tax 2.00 I 1
1068 EH Au 11, supt, off exp... 5.26 j 1
1069 .7 A Sease, com tax 8.00; 1
1070 M M Dickert, pens 4.00I 1
1071 W J Hentz, r&b 10.84! 1
1072 *J R Green, r&b 3.50; 1
1073 J D Quattlebaum, com tax 6.00 j
1074 Chonve Co, jail 264.50
L075 W W Willingham, pens.... 8.00; 1
1076 J S Harmon, chg 5.00 |
1077 X B Johnson, com tax 2.00, .
1075 .T C Waldrop, r&b 2.50 i
1079 C S Suber com tax 2.00;
1080 L I Feagle, c sup, r&b... 11.30
1081 L I Feagle, co sup, chg.. *1.08 I1
1052 Madison Pitts, com tax... 6.00,
1053 W .7 Duncan, nom tax.... 16.30;
1054 \Y X Brown, com tax 2.00
1085 G W Eddy, com fax 4.95 ; ^
1086 Dave Scurry, f?"ry 7.50 :
1087 M L Hawkins, com tax... 2.00 i
1088 E L Strauss, r&b 668 75
1089 York Bridge Co, r&b 651.80 j J
1090 T A Shealy, com tax 2.00 .
1091 S B T & T Co. phon? 6*00jJ
? ? ? - ftA AAIA
1092 J O .Jchnson, com tax.. ..
1093 C E Fellers, com tax.. .. 10.9Sj
1094 B F Mills, com tax 3.-">0; ^
109."> Phillip Spotts. pens 4.00 /
1096 G E Dominick, com tax.. 12.00.!c
1097 C S Bedenbaugh, com tax.. 6.2." i "
1098 .T B Chambers, pens 4.00! ^
1099 J E Williams, pens 4.00.
1100 G D Lathrop, pens. 4.00 j
1101 Mrs M Troutman pau 2.00;
1102 Lpv} Grubr-r, pens 8.00 i 1
1103 W A Shealy, pens 4.00 c
1104 Mrs C Shealy, pan 2.00 j
110." Mrs S Holt, pau 2.0), <
1106 -j W Werts, c-hg 40.00j 1
lift? .1 G Miller, cng 40.00! *
|-to\ George Riolmrris^n. c-hg... ;
1100 George Sub r. c-hg 32.~': c
;!0 L i V agio, Co sup- jaii...
HI .1 () Hipp, com tax !2.i2j
ill' Mrs 1.-Lix'n.^stcne. pan.... 2.!
Ill' I X \\Y son, pens 4.<hi
114 .1 A Knlow, pons 4.no
11.") F M Satterwhite, com tax 14.00 j
116 T P Richardson, r&b 30.00 j
117 J I Boozer, com tax 3.7r, j
115 W E Nichols, com tax.. .. IS.7."
119 C A Poag, com tax l.~>0
120 S I Harmon, com tax.. .. 2.7."
121 \V \V Bishop, pau 2.00
i?*> Mrs \T?rv .T Rnozor. nan... 2.00
1123 I'. IJ Mathis, crm tax.. .. 2.2.")!
1124 E L Strauss, com tux.. .. 8.00'
112"> D C Reid, com tax 2.00
1126 A P Ruff, com tax 4.00
I12T .1 E Sterling, com tax 1.1!
1125 .T A Kinard, com tax 4.00
1.12} D E Oxner, co h 31 75
i130 L I Feagle, co sup, chg.. A 60 J
: 131 I. I Feagle, co sup, ct h.. 1 99 j
I !/>2 T P Richardson com tax.. 11' 12 (
1133 F A Gallman, com tax 1.S1 |
iT.4 C L Lester, com tax.. .. 21.3"!
! 13"> R E G-ee, com tax 2.50 j
H36 W H Suber, com tax.. .. 4.00!
1137 W T Du ford, com tax.... 23.50 j
1100 n r> I ivino-itrmp r>nm t:ix 4.00 I
I I U V. X-> - - 1139
C L Leitzsey, com tax 3.951
1140 Spencer Ruff, ferry 20.00"
1141 L A Shealy, com tax.. .. 7.00 |
1142 T J Davenport, com tax.. 10.00 1
1113 !\I M Dickert pens.. .. 4.00
1144 Dave Scurry, ferry .. .. 7..">0;
114.") C G Corlcy, ferry 8.33
14S .Jno L Epps. co tr, court.. 1357 .75 j
147 T H Kunkle. com tax 4.82
148 J Wiley Stockman, com tax 20.00,
149 E C Rak-T. com tax 3.00:
1"0 .T C Abrams, com tax.. .. 6.00 j
151 B W Stockman, com tax.. 6.50j
152 T H Kunkle, com tax.. .. 1.02!
153 J A Felker, com tax.. .... S.OOj
154 R E Watkins, com tax.... 3.25 j
155 Dr W D Senn, com tax.. 2.00 |
156 B E Dawkins, com tax.. 2.00;
157 S I Harmon, com tax.. .. 5.2"!
158 G S Long, com tax 10.00 j
1159 B S Counts, com tax.. .. 7.90 j
1160 D .T DeHart, com tax.. .. 10.50 j
1161 F W Davis, com tax.. .. 3.00'
1162 J A Krelles, com tax 2.00 i
1163 A B Cromer, com tax.. .. 25.00 j
1164 W P Counts, com tax.. .. 13.05
1165 J H Morris, com tax 10.00:
1166 H W Dominick, chairman,
1167 Luther Dennis, com tax.. 9.37 !
1168 T L Griffin, com tax.. .. 4.08 j
1169 James Wise, com tax.. .. 16.50j
1170 J H Johnson, com tax.. .. 42.00 j
1171 N L Boozer, com tax .... 4.50 i
1172 Alex Caughanm, com tax.. 19.95
1173 DC Fullmen, com tax.. .. 6.50
1174 E B Feagle, com tax.. .. 4.00
1175 T W Harmon, com tax.... 9.25
1176 W B Franklin, com tax.. 4.40
1177 G P Poozer, com tax.. .. 3.37
1178 J 0 Barr-e, com tax 3.05
1179 Geo S Ruff, com tax.. .. 7.75 j
1180 W T Buford, com tax.. .. 10.75 J
1181 J H Eargle, com tax 2.00 j
1182 Charles King, com tax.. .. 1.75 |
1183 John BVehnier, com tax.. . 3.00 j
1184 C L Leitzsey, com tax.... 6.00 !
? A A
11 So Edd'"e Graham, com tax.... i.vu
1186 .7 W Suber, com tax 13.71
1187 .T W Suber, com tax 4.00
1188 R S Moon,-com tax 6.00
1189 .Tno A Suber, .Tr. co h 4.60
1190 Dav-e Boozer. com tax... . 2.00 j
1191 Wm Brehmer, com tax.. .. 2.00 ,1
1192 .Tarn^s Smith, co?n tax.. .. 2.00
119?, W D Rutherford, com tax.. 6.00
1194 X F Johnson, com tax.. .. 6.00:
1195 X F Johnson, com tax.. .. 4.00j
1196 J B Workman, com tax... 3.00
[107 X F Johnson, com tax.... 8.00 !
1198 R E Rinser, cc.m tax.. .. 3.00 (
1199 J A Bowers, com tax 28.00 |
1200 H H Ruff, com tax 16.80 j
1201 Cecil Fellers, com tax 7.251
[202 W Q Boland, com tax 14*32 ;
[203 J M Halfacre, com tax... 7.92!
1204 7 P Cannon, com tax 1.68
1205 C L Lester, com tax 10.36!
1206 J S Dominick, com tax... 18.00 j
L. I. FeagK
County Supervisor, j
3. C. Holloway,
DIED FROtf .1 JOKE.
Woman Hid from Husband in Trunk I
Amesbiiry, Mass., Jan. 18.?To tease!
ler husband, Mrs. Alphonse Victorine
;oncealed herself in a trunk as she1
leard him -enter ihe house last Tues- i
lay. As the cover dropped over her, j
he bolt of the old-fashioned lock i
slipped into its place ana in a it-w ,
lours the woman was dead from suf-!
This is the theory of Medical Ex- i
uniner F. C. Kurd, who performed an i
mtopsy today after a three days':
iearch by the police had revealed the ;
voman's hiding place.
*t Didn't Matter to Him. j
"Oh. thank vou," said a lariv to a'
aboror who gave her his seat in a
'rowded car: "thank you very much.",
"That's all right, mum," was the
heerful rejoinder, y As the lady seated !
lerself he added: "Some men niver;
. > ?;
ret up unless a woman s young an j
,r-try. ivir yon se<\ mum. it makes no
i:ii r< nee to me."
Oh, lew I Itched I
TVhat loner nerve-racking days of constant
torture?what sleepless nights of
terrible agony?itch?itch?itch, constant
itch, until it seemed that I must
tear off iny very siin?then?
Instant relief?my skin cooled, soothed
The very first drops of D.D.D. Prescription
for Eczema stopped that awful
itch instantly: yes. the very moment |
D.D.D. touched the burning skin the tor
lure ceased, a 'Zbc Dottle proves it.
D.D.D. has been known for years aa
the only absolutely reliable eczema
remedy, for it washes away the disease
germs and leaves the skin as clear and
healthy as that of a child.
All other druggists have D.D.D. Prescription?go
to them it you can't come
to us?but don't accept some big profit
But if you come to our store, we are
so certain of what D.D.D. will do for you ;
that we offer you a full size bottle on I
this guarantee:?If you do not find that ;
it takes away the itch AT ONCE, it j
costs you not a cent.
Try Sohce At Our Expense1
Money Back for any case of
Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache
that Solace Fails to Remove.
SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medical
discovery of three German Scientists
that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals
and Purifies the Blood. II is easy to
take, and will not affect the weakest
It is guaranteed under the Pure Food I
and Drug Law to be absolutely free j
from opiates or harmful drugs of any j
SOLACE is a pure specific in every I
way, and has been proved beyond question
to be the surest and quickest
remedy for Uric Acid Troubles known
+ r\ foinnno r*r\ mottoi' linnr 1 rm 5
UlUUlV^ai iiv uiubcvi nvy tr iv*^
standing. It reaches and removes the
root or the trouble (Uric Acid) and!
purifies the blood.
THE SOLACE CO., of Battle Creek, J
are the sole l~. S. Agents and have |
thousands of voluntary testimonial J
letters which have beer received trom i
grateful people SOLACE has- restored I
to health. Testimonial letters, litera-i
ture and FREE BOX sent upon re-j
R. Lee Morris, President of the First
National bank of Chico, Texas, wrote
the Solace Company as follows:
"T vmi tn cenfl o hnv of Solace
to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for!
which I enclose $1. This remedy hasi
been used by some friends of mine
here and I must say its action was
(Signed) "R. L. Morris."
Put up in 25c., 50c and $1.00 boxes.
ITS MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL
AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY TAKING
SOLACE. "No special treatment j
schemes or fees." JUST SOLACE i
ALONE does the work. Write today
for the free box, ~tc.
SOLACE REMEDY CO,, Battle Creek,
Take Notice! j
All municipal Licenses for i
the Town of Newberry, S. CJ
must be paid on or before
February 1st, 1913. After,
that date the penalty' pre-!
' ? i -i t A ! 1
scribed by the License vroi-j
nance will be strictly and
By order of Council.
J. R. SCURRY,
Clerk and Treasurer. ^
Foils a Foul Plot.
When a shameful plot exists between i
liver and bowels to cause distress by.
refusing to act, take Dr. King's Xew^
Life Pills, and end such abuse of your j
system. Tl;ey gently compel right ac- <
tion of stomach, liver and bowels, and j
restore your health and all good feelings.
Famous Stage Beauties
look with horror on Skin Eruptions, j
Blotches, Sores or Pimples. They don't;
have them. For all such troubles use i "
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It glorifies:
the face. Excellent for Eczema or
Salt Rheum, it cures sore lips, chapped j
h,1c chilblains: heals blirilS, CUtS | <
and bruises. Cnsurpassed for Diles.!,
? , <
It Probably Was. <
One of the big railroad lines has a
regular form for reporting accidents i
to animals on its line. Recently a cow (
was klled and the track foreman drew (
up the report. In answer to the ques- (
tion. "Disposition * of carcass?" he j
wrot- : "Kind and genth*."?Exchange. j
We have just i
carload of fine M
at our stables,
shipment are a i
mares, heavy wit!
Our stables are
fine animals. Co
show you. Our j
Now is your tim
our high class Clc
Our $12.50, $15.
ai n aa h/r l 0_.
$io.uu men s ou
Our $10.00 Men,i
Our $5.00 and $
Our $10.00 and
Our $7.50 Ladies
Our $6.00 Ladies
Ladies' Long Coat
A few more IV
Other Winter Goods F
The above pric
I . -1? L.
one weeK omy, oe
January 20th am
day night, Januar
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, f ]
COUNTY 'OF NEWBERRY. j s
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. j J
I. E. Crymes, Trustee of the estate of j c
Miss Nannie J. Simpson, Bankrupt, J '
3. D. Duncan, J. B. puncan, Mary E. I
Duncan and Claude C. Duncan, De- !
fendants. j ~
By order of the court herein, I will
sell within the legal hours of sale at
public auction, to the highest bidder, ,
before the court house at Newberry, ^
3. C., on salesday in February, the j ^
;ame being the 3rd day, 1913:
All that certain tract or plantation of ^
and lying and being situate in the .
bounty of Xewberrv, State of South
Carolina, the same being three and i
>ne?half miles from'the town of Fros- i
jerity, on the Rids:e road, and ad- 1
oiiiing The 'ands of S. J. and J. D. 1
[ules and Horses
Included in this
lumber of brood
liic 141 anu igi uo
>rices are right. v i
l STOCK CO. ]
y, S. C. 1
e. Select any of
thing as follows:
.00, $16.50 and
o ?I n no hill
LI 10 1 VI U ipiVlVV HUM
s Suits for $7.50
7.50 Men's Suits
" - ..... .f
$12.50 Ladies' > |
' Suits for $4.50
' Suits for $3.50 1
:s at from $1.99
- - $2.50
[educed Accordingly. :-j
es hold good for
i endinsr Satur
y 25th. See us.
ty, 5. C
c * Jflj
Kinard, Mrs. Alice Long, A. M. Crosson,
W. M. Bobb, J. P. Kinard, E. L.
Strauss, L. A. Bobb, J. D. H. Kinard
ind others containing two hundred
ind sixty (260) acres, more or less.
Terms of sale: Cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers.
H. H. Rikard,
"\fnc-tor Vflwhorrv rVMinfV'
Master's Office, January 8, 1913.
All former road overseers are herojy
required to send the supervisor a
ist of all tools belonging to the coun:v
and, if convenient, to bring them to
he county stables at Xewberrv.
W. A. Hill,
-17?tf. County Supervisor.
The world's largest wireless station
s projected for Whales, where convenent
mountains will enable the antemlae
to be erected 2,S00 feet above sea
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