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TWO MEN FOR SINGLE JOB.
JJ^Weston and Thurmond Selected for
Attorney.?Named by Senators.
Washington, Sept. 3.?Who is going
to be United States attorney for the
k district of South Carolina? Since it
| was learned today tnat Jtrnesc r\
I /Cochran of Anderson, who has held
/ this place for a number of years, had
I sent his resignation to Attorney General
McReynolds, and that it had been
| accepted, interest began to centre on
L the name of the democratic appointee.
& It will be remembered that early in
^Lthe Wilson administration Senator
Tillman indorsed J. William Thur^pnond
of Edgefield, while Senator
^Bsmith indorsed Francis H. Weston, of
Columbia. The matter has rocked
Wlong that way up to the present time,
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eral times that some arrangement
might be reached by which a democratic
appointee could be named in
the immediate future to succeed Mr.
Cochran. Each of the senators just
named has stooa squarely by the man
he indorsed with the result that before
anything is done it will be neces^
sary for the president either to choose
one of those named or possibly apH
point neither, and suggest that the
^^name of a third party be submitted.
w Should Mr. Weston be named it is
possible that he would be opposed
w for confirmation by Senator Tillman
who stands by Mr. Thurmond. Likewise,
should the latter be named as
i the successor to Cochran, Senator
Smith might take a hand in the opposition
game. Except that the two indorsements
just referred to have been
k made, very little can be learned from
^the senators regarding future action
V in the case.
Today Senator Smith called at the
^"White House and had a talk with the
^ r,T>aci^oTit rcxr-arrliris? thp situation. JuSt
what took place there could not be
learned but it is understood that SenI
ator Smith told the chief executive
that he meant to stand by Mr. Weston
through thick arid thin, and that
he made a most urgent appeal for
the appointment of the latter.
At the department of justice, where
it was learned that Mr. Cochran had
L submitted his resignation, it was also
learned that Attorney General McWr
Reynolds, who is now out of the city,
W will not return until atoout Septemb^
w io at which time it is more than
' likely that some disposition will be
made of the matter.
* <$> A MOUNTAIN CLIMB. < >
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V <$> By J. W. Wolling. <8>
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When the heated season of summer
comes great numbers of people from
ail over South Carolina hasten to the
k tops of the Blue Ridge. This summer
I joined the crowd and hied me away
to cooler regions, and after seeing
Y various other places stopped at Brevard.
Well, I know the Blue Ridge
I from Hickory Nut Gap to uaesars
W Head, having gone over it a number
of times, but a more pleasant place
tlian Brevard I have not found. Besides
being high and cool it is surrounded
by the mountain tops which
invite you to climb. These wooded
tops, sometimes spread out in blue
outline agrainst the sky, say, come up
here while romantic beauty on every
rhand and rushing waters of the brook
encourage you on the way.
Our party consisted of four, Prof.
L. B. Haynes and Mrs. Havnes,
Mrs. Pannie Haynes Hilton
and myself. An ox cart drawn by two
big strong oxen, one black and one
! red, driven without lines took us a
winding, rocky road along sides the
I North Branch of the French Broad lip
among the towering peaks and in deep
shady valleys where the sun only
ghines a few hours a dav. The scenf
ery was fTaly wild and picturesque.
After a climb -of about two hours we
came to an old-time mill on a beautiful
mountain stream, and as it was
raining we decided to stop and seek
shelter. In the old mill we found a
uroad-mouthed fire place, and so we
determined to add to our dinner- of
y crackers and a little watermelon,
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wxiicu uau vjuat iui ly ov, ii urn
& a passing wagon we got a slice of
V fat bacon and Professor Haynes went
foraging to a mountain home and in
due time returned with some eggs and
butter and a piece of corn bread.
^ Well, so far all was bright but now
K the question arose, how to cook our
Dk bacon and eggs. Finally one of the
I ladies lighted on a regular road shov
el, and so after a light washing in
K the mountain stream the cooking was
done and as for fine taste and general
^R^njovment T never ate a better meal.
At was now four o'clock and the rain
had c^as^i. We besan The descent
and as we walked slowly along we
i v were filled with wonder and admiration.
At times the stream went rushing
and roarinsr at our feet, at ethers
we had climbed high up among the
rugged rocks and still above us towered
ana waved the mountain forest.
' The eternal hills stood around, the
I stream said, '"Men may come and men
i may go, but I go on forever," the
valleys were covered with living
green, and all jonied to speak their
Maker's praise and to make up a pic'
ture not soon to be forgotten. There
J is health and strength and new life
| among these mountains. ;
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Court of Common Pleas.
Thomas B. Shealy and George W.
Robert S. Shealy, Luther P. Shealy,
John G. Shealy, Lillian M. Wicker. !
Mattie Estelle Summer, Mary N.1 |
Mettz, Chrissie Shealy, David LeRoy '
Shealy, Annie May Shealy, Wm. D.!
Shealy, Sidney Shealy, and the heirs |
at law of Phillip Sligh, deceased, j
whose names, ages and residences '
are unknown, defendants.
Amended summons for relief. (Complaint
To the defendants above named:
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1 ou are nereuy summuueu auu j. cquired
to answer the amended complaint
in this action, which is on file
in the office of the clerk of court of
common pleas for said county, and
to serve a copy of your answer to i
said amended complaint on the subscriber,
at his office at Newberry, S.
; C., within twenty days after the service
hereof, exclusive of the day of j
j such service, and if you fail to answer ;
I the said amended complaint within '
i fho timo ofnrpcm'fl the nlatntiffs in I
this action will apply to the court for i
j the relief demanded in the "said
I amended complaint.
H. C. Holloway,
Dated July 19, A. D., 1913.
To the defendant heirs at law of'
I the said Phillip Sligh, deceased, J
! whose names, ages and residences are i
Take notice that this action Is commenced
for the partition of the tract
of land described in the amended complaint
herein, which was filed In the
office of the clerk of court of common
i pleas for Newberry county on July
H. C. Holloway,
Plaintiffs' Attorney. s
7-22-1 taw-6t. P
NOTICE OF ELECTION IN MONTI- *
CELLA SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 17 j1(
Whereas, one-third of the resident | 0
; electors and a like proportion of the j
resident freeholders of the age of p
I twenty-one years, of Monticella p
School District No. 17, of the County
j of Newberry, State of South Caroli- 0
;na, have filed a petition with the
- County Board of Education of Newiberry
County, South Carolina, petitioning
and requesting that an election
be held in said School District
on the question of levying as. I j
annual tax of two mills to be collect- ^
ed on the property in the said School 1
therefore, the undersigned,
composing the County Board of Edu- C
cation for Newberry County, South
Carolina, do hereby order the Board f<
of Trustees of the Monticella School 11]
| District No. 17 to hold an election _
i on the said question of levying a two 3
mill tax to be collected on the property
located in the said School District,
which 6aid election shall be n
held at Monticella school house, in C
the said School District No. 17, on C
Wednesday, September 17, at which 0
said election the polls shall open at, 2
seven (7) a.m. and close at four (4) p? a
m. The members of the Board of n
Trustees of said School District shall
I aci as iiiaiiagei a uj. Bdm cicuuuu. |
J. C. Lee. President
If you are going to Build, R<
vite your inquiries.
Bills a Sp
We manufacture and dea
stairs, interior trim, store fi
pulpits, etc., rough and dn
and cypress shingles, floorii
Distributing agents for
Cortright Metal Shingles, R
Estimates Cheerfully ?
| Woodward Luir
Corner Roberts an
Our Motto: QUA]
in the m
7 such electors as reside in said
chool District and return real or ??ersonal
property for taxation, and I
'ho exhibit their tax receipts and I A
egistration certificates as required I ^
1 general elections, shall be allowed 1
5 vote. Electors favoring the levy B jb m
f such tax shall oast a ballot con- I Bill lining
the word "yes" written or R IWIyllj
rinted thereon, and each elector op- I XTJK% f
osed to such levy shall cast a bal- g v
)t containing the word "no" written i R
r printed thereo*.
Given under our hands and seal
.ugust 30, 1913. .
Geo. D. Brown,
J. S. Wheeler,
S. J. Derrick,
ounty Board of Education for New- I
erry, S. C.
In the Auto Business.
linton Chronicle, 4th.
Mr. J. W, Smith, Jr., left Monday
Dr Newberry where he "will enter
ie automobile business.
OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that I will
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lfiKfc; iiliiti SeLtlCiUCliU Ui luc goiatu vi. \ n|
Ihester C. Poster in the Probate I
'ourt for Nevberry County at 11 I
'clock a. m. on Monday, September I
9, 1913, and immediately thereafter I
pply for letters dismissory as ad- I
rinistratrix of said estate.
Sarah L. Foster,
| holes in c
F. E. Gibson, See.-Treas. R nyie J" "
2. If j
tants- Builders I jfc wiJ!
? ; I body. It
miodel or Repair, we in- II
Complete House i I ?xPose^ t
I dropper a
ecia,ty- 11 warm wa
i in doors, sash, blinds, I in warm
rents and fixtures, pews, Let me
;ssed lumber, lath, pine
ig, ceiling and siding.
Flintkote Roofing and V K
idge Roll and Valley Tin. | |%/g #
md Carefully Made I *
liter Company [1L=
d Dugas Streets
| Don't let Baby Sui
P& ! an(^ *k,n
^ * Babies need a p(
LITY-SERVICE j.Skin eruptions ca
i ?? j growth. DK. HO
/v n 11
can have a made-to- measure
rery latest fall style at the sai
id for ready-mades.
No More Nor No
II kinds of new Guarant
mil hats a
ore V Less
ted Tailoring an
Opposite Newberry Hotel
es Self-Filling Fo
With its velvety touch
You can write very much;
With a steady flow of ink
You can write as you think.
So let's give the steel pen a pens*
And of it you will never hear a m
If vou once write with a Mayes' ]
With the steel pen's coat of rust,
And all covered with dust,
With blots on it's pag ss
,, It belongs to the dark ages.
In this one instance real
Where gold is cheaper than steel
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dince me lviayes rcn JLUUHU xawi
As all who use it like its behavior
So to write with it is but just
Since it belongs to no trust.
In our land of liberty, of its me
The Care of the Fountc
j npn has ink around the holder when the i
At ? W ~
ap are open. If not open them. If that
ip with an awl.
)en flows too freely, it only happens when
prevent it, and is caused by air in barrel
only acts as a safety guard from running
^ n r>? T~U /u
vays use dtanora s rouuuuu rai inn. 10
;o air, as thick ink chokes up pen. To <
,nd unscrew pen section and attach rubber
ter and pump back and fourth a minute oi
svater ten minutes before applying rubber,
show you my pen.
Better Goods at Same I
The House of 1,000 1
lYer TVitli Eczema OINTMENT can be relied on for
Eruptions. lief and permanent cure of suffer:
?rfeet skin-covering babies whose skin eruptions h;
use them not only made their life miserable. "Our b<
but hinder their was afflicted with breaking out
B SON'S ECZEMA the skin all over the face and sce
i suit or overcoat
nrirp vnti will
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was. | i
d Hat Co.
L. I. Blalock, Mgr.
rits we sing.
cap is taken off, see that the
does not prevent, bore a
i pen is nearly empty. Fill
becoming heated fron the
entirely out of ink.
thinner) or fluid ink not
:lean it, take rubber off of
to it and dip in moderately
two. if very dry, let soak
re- Doctors and skin specialists failed to
tng help. We tried Dr. Hobson's Eczema
ive Ointment and were overjoyed to see
iby baby completely cured before one box
of was used" writes Mrs. Strubler, Dubuilp.
que, Iowa. All druggists, or by mail,
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