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TILLMAN NOT BACKING SIMS.
Y "Withdraws Support From Orangeburg
Man for Marshal.
Washington, September 12.?Senator
Tillman has nntifipd the rienart
ment of justice that his official endorsement
of J. L. Sims, of Orange,
burg, as a candidate to succeed J.
t Duncan Adams, as United States marshal
for South Carolina, has been
withdrawn. This information was
given by the senior senator this
evening in response to a question
from The News and Courier's corres- j
Ipondent who has observed the activity
of friends of Ex^Sheriff Buford, of
Newberry county, and asked Senator
I Tillman if there was any possibility
of his withdrawing the Sims endorsement.
In explanation of his course,
t Senator Tillman remarked that some
people hatf been saying that he was
trying to hog both offices, that is the
r1ictri.pt attnrnM'cnin and thp marshal
ship, and he felt constrained to take
this action to clarify the situation, j
Senator Smith, who had not actually
endorsed Mr. Sims, hut had agreed
to acquiesce in his nomination, was
promptly asked what position he
would take with regard to the mar
O TN11 v>-, o 'r.
Siicud-Lup ill vie? ui ocuaiui inmiau o
\ latest move. The junior senator replied
that he had nothing whatever
to say for publication.
The indications are that Senator;
Tillman is concentrating all his forces j
behind the Thurmond candidacy for j
district attorney, recognizing the fact I
that during the past few days Weston
has gained ground heavily. "Whether
the last move of the senior senator j
will result in an understanding bei
tweea him &:-d his colleague or only
deepen the cleavage between them
remains to be seen.
statu; w sulth iakuliaa,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
Court of Common Pleas.
Henry L. Parr,
By virtue of an order of the Court
herein, I "will sell, at public auction,
I before the courthouse at Newberry,
S. C., within the legal hours of sale,
on salesday in October 6th, 1913, to I
the highest bidder, all that tract of i
land in Newberry County, State of
South Carolina, assigned to her as
Nancy Duckett under the last will
and testament of Lewis Duckett, deceased,
as appears by the decree of
the Probate Court of said County,
d^ted January 9, 1903, containing
i? one hundred forty-four acres, more
w or less, and known as Tract No. 1, !
' and bounded by Indian Creek, lands ;
of or formerly of the estate of T. S. ;
Duncan and of Odell Duckett, as appears
by plat of same filed in the
office of Probate Judge of Xewberrv
We are pleased to tell yoi
nni] nf nil fimno fn onnnli
cum ai au uuicd ii> auppi
Toilet, Stationery and Med
Have just received a larg
i BRISTLE GOODS, any
' RUBBER GOODS, any
^ reasonable prices.
MONEY PURSES, all k
numerous other things
^ . . ? *
I Store at lowest prices po
A complete and full line
Bring us your prescript^
purest drugs used.
WE WANT \
If we haven't it w
944 Main St.
! Terms of sale: One half of the pur- f
.chase-money to be paid in cash; credit
portion to be due oie year from
! date of sale, to be secured by bond
| of purchaser and mortgage of pre
! mises sola, bond to bear interest irom
; day of sale, and until paid in full, at
the rate of eight per cent, per annum,
to be paid annually or to become
i principal annually and bear interest
at the same rate until paid in full.
Bond and mortgage to provide for
the collection of 10 per cent. Attorney's
fee in case same be placed in
Attorney's hands for collection, ac|
tion or foreclosure. Mortgage shall
| provide for the payment of eight per
! cent interest on all sums paid by
mortgagee as taxes. The purchaser
to be required to pay $100 to Master
upon premises being knocked down
! to him, which shall be forfeited in
I case he fail to comply in full within
| five days, and property shall be reI
sold at his risk. Purchaser to have
leave to pay all cash. Purchaser to !
pay for drawing and recording deed j
H. H. Rikard,
Master of Newberry County, S. C.
September 13, 1913. J
ST A TF OF ROTTTTT f!4RDI,T\A.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
Court of Common Pleas.
Luther C Dominick, Maggie E. Dominick
and Lillie E. Dominick,
By virtue of an order of the court. I
herein I will sell at public auction to
the highest bidder before the courthouse,
Newberry, S. C., on o\Indav, 6th
day of October, 1913, the same being
salesdav, the following tract of land,
All that tract of land lying and
being situate in the county and j
State aforesaid, containing eighty
acres, more or less, and bounded by
lands of Catherine Dominick, Adam I
W. Monts, Geo. W. Dominick, and L.1
L. Dominick, as will more fully appear |
by reference to the deed of convey- |
ance to Alice M. Dominick, which is j
duly recorded in the office of Register j
of mesne convevances for
Newberry county in Deed Book 7.,:
Terms of sale: One-third of the pur- j
chase price to be paid in cash, the :
balance in two equal annual instal- !
ments, the credit portion to bear interest
at the rate of eight per cent
per annum from date of sale, to be secured
by a bond of the purchaser and
a mortgage of the premises sold, said
mortgage to provide for a payment of
ten per cent for attorney's fees in
case the same be foreclosed or placed j
in the hands of an attorney for col- ;
lection, with leave to the purchaser to ;
anticipate his bid either in whole or
in part . Purchaser to pay for papers
and recording same.
H. H. Rikard,
Masters Office, September 15, 1913.
i that we are READY NOW
1 your wants in the Drug,
e supply line bargains in
kind of brush you need.
kind of Syringe at very
inds, 25c to $1.00. And j
to be found in the Drug
of Drugs and Medicines, j
3ns to fill, we charge less,
^ATTn mr? a
UUK. IKAUt ,
E YOUR TRADE
e'll get it for you. . s
M 1 o 4n
ncwucrry, J. L. |
trt rw/r* A nnum
W V/ V^l Jk V WW
nery on above
will have on di
ry. We are p
ing we have to
have been look
partment in u)
our desire thai
oerry ana sun
country will i
Will this seasc
in the South. 1
of successes he
stores in the la
In Silks, Wool
five times the.
fied at this sto
The annual teacl.ers examination |
will -be held in the court house Fri- j
day, October 3rd. The examination |
will begin at (9), nine o'clock i
promptly. Applicants will furnish
Permit us to give following from
the General School Law, "Every applicant
for a county certificate shall
stand a satisfactory written examination
before the County Board of Education,
on questions prepared and
- ' - ' ^ - -L - 71 .1 1. ^ i
iurnisnca 'Dv me otaie ouaru, ux nc ui
she shall present to the County Eoard j
a full dip'oma from some reputable'
chartered college or university of
this State, whose curriculum, standing,
faculty and equipment have been
examined and approved by the State
Board of Education. No certificate
shall be issued on a diploma showing j
that the holder has only completed ;
the course of some particular depart- j
ment of a school; the diploma must j
chr>Tr thnt fhp fun pnllesre course has !
Rule 18, page 89. A First Grade
Certificate may tie renewed by th9
County Board from which it was issued.
If, however, a Teachers' Institute
or Summer School is held in
the County, a First Grade Certificate j
shall not be renewed unless the holdpr
attends the Institute or Summer
School, or shows to the State Board
Df Education some satisfactory reason
for not doing so. Provided, The hold- |
er has taught during the two years
for which the certificate was issued.
A Second Grade Certificate shall
not be renewed except where the holder
attends a Teachers' Institute or
Sajnmer.6filtooL.ABd in suckeaM iowy
y and hnd
y invite the public
' shnwina of Milli
^ - ,
named dates. We
'splay the greatest
shown in Newber
roud of the showoffer
you, for we
ed upon as headleaders
in this de
oper Carolina. It's
< 1 f J! \T
: tne laaiesu/ Lvew
-ounding towns and
risit this matchless
? n 1
m he handled hy or
Vfiaa Tlertha Hinsh
ick of her. She he
rgest cities South.
!ens, Cottons and I
size of Newberry,
began months ago.
I ? I if L / ('C' I # tL/ O Vr ^VV/f
<kThe Store That3
A Third Grade Certificate shall not
We request that teachers with certificates
call at office of County Supt.
of Education and register before they
enter upon school duties. No school
claim can be paid until certificate has
been marked "Valid" and name registered.
The County Superintendent of Education
will be in office each Monday
and Saturday. When can be of service
to any teacher, trustee, child or
natron. nommand me.
Geo. D. Brown,
Co. Supt. of Education.
>"ew Hotel for Prosperity.
Mr. G. "W. Kinard is placing the
lumber on the ground preparatory to
the erection of a twenty room board Jnrr
"h/-?ncci nr "hntpl nn the vacant lot
ilVUOV^ \JX A* ~ ?
adjoining his residence in Elm street, (
Prosperity, recently purchased from
Mr. "W. A. Moseley.
Mr. Kinard is running over with
energy and enthusiasm and believes
in doing things for his town.
rnTTTTTTOV OF TAT17?
Notice is hereby given that the \
taxes of the Town of Newberry, South
Carolina, will be due and payable at
the office of the Clerk and Treasurer
from October 15, 1913, to November
30, 1913. A penalty of ten per cent
will be charged on all taxes not paid
prior to December 1st.
J. R. Scurry,
Clerk & Treasurer.
Newberry, S. C. . .
ay, oept. l
le of the most com)
ow comes to us wi\
is held positions
nf Fall Fahri
Jnens would do cr
Your every need
lomical and satisfii
's Always Busy."
While we have n<
in town, yet we car
of School Supplies,
Just try us and line1
We will he glad t
dry; first-class worl
or send your bundle
& Co. We are agen
itaaJ Oolmmr kyaqJ
WUUU uoncijr uitau
will be their friend.
Connie Maxwell Orphanage.
For several years the orphanages
of our State have been asking the people
to join together and give the result
of one day's work or the profits
of one day's business to the orphan
JQfltte j*i tire iflSt?Ut*oae
c JL 1Q
U W. 1 %J
th 0. long line
in the largest ,
edit to a city
> for this sea*
! can he satised
1 ? I
)t the largest store
ry a first=class line
line Box Papers.
o handle your laun[
all the time. Bring
is to Anne 0. Ruff
its for the GreenL
Try it once, you
LUFF & CO.
have set October 4 as the date this
-Li 1- J ~
year, UlUUgil aii^ uaj vyih uu. JL*?au.jr
Sunday schools now count it a part
of their program to observe this day,
and their gifts reaqh several thousand
dollars annually. It is a worthy
cause, and verytody should "lend *
baad" and _