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take place on
SALE on the
yard, there is
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that it takes to mat
will convince you.
tendon from experic
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We are ginnii
date your busin
ton and have al
We pay hig
And will have a cotton 1
warrant it, and you will
the hauling too. And >
SATS SULZER PAID MONEY.
Few Days After Being- Elected Govemor,
Says Witness, Sulzer Paid
$10,000 on Account.
New York. September 12.?Sulzer's |
transactions in Wall street from June i
2*, 1910, till they ceased?at least so
far as one firm of brokers was concerned?on
July 14 last, were described
under oath today by Melville D. I
Fuller, -who said he "was Sulzers broker,
in a hearing held by the nine impeachment
managers appointed by
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.runer, wiio reiusea to lesiuy uefore
the Frawley investigating committee
concerning certain matters, today
answered all questions. He testified
that Sulzer had paid him $16,000
urged to be present i
and Millinery Nove
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ana f riciay, 2>e
y expect the usual
above dates, the pri<
not a yard that is w<
at our store a better and fu
ie a first-class dry goods sto
The prices are right. You
meed salesmen and salesladies
us your nea
And You Will
ig every day now, 0
ess. We are turning
1 the conveniences ol
hest prices for
buyer here any day there is er
get as good prices here as a
ve are prepared to sell anytl
ardware, etc., at
ler can tile (
Jalapa, S. C.
in person within a month and a day
after the last election and that he
(Fuller) had had no dealings with
According to Puller's testimony Sulzer,
-while a congressman, opened an
account with his firm, Harris & Fuller,
June 27, 1910. In September, he
testified, Sulzer borrowed $23,000
from the firm, giving as callateral 400
shares of "Big Four" Railroad stock
ariH i-n VnroTnhor nf t"ho como vonr l'
Sulzer added some American. Smelter ;
stock to his collateral held hy the ]
" 'Big Four' declined from 80 to 77
within a year," Fuller continued, "but ;
\fr SiiItot hrmp-ht cnmp mnro nf
stock and added Southern Pacific to
"On November 13, 1912, a few dayc '
at our display of
Jties, which will
pt. 18 & 19
:e will be 10c per
)rth less than 25c.
Her line of everything
re. A visit and a look
will receive prompt at
md will appre*
out pretty cotf
r.u c i
iough cotton for sale to
nywhere, and you save
ling you may need in
after he was elected governor/' Fuller
continued, "Sulzer walked into the of
fice of Harris & Fuller with ten
thousand dollar bills in his hand.
These he paid on his account, his indebtedness,
owing to other transac
tions, having increased to $50,612."
On December 6, Fuller said, Governor-elect
Sulzer paid in person 36,000
more in cash on his account.
On June 16 of this year Sulzer's
debt to the brokers had been further
reduced. One of the checks, Mr. Fuller
said, was from A. E. Spriggs, v
former governor of Uoetant.
Lieut. Com. Josephthal, of Governor
Sulzer's staff, visited the office of j
Harris & Fuller July 16 last, Fuller |
added, and closed the account by paying
the balance, $26,739.
Josephthal received the stock left
by Sulzer as /collateral. Josephthal
Will be c
Let us show you w
hpsf Rancrp hmilt
WVVb AtMAC^V iwwaa**
tells vou ho
phone line wil
now enjoyed b
If you ha\
tell vou how t
You do not ob
presented an order,. .;hich was pro-1
duced today. It was signed "William
Siizer for Mrs. Sulzer."
Mr. Fuller could give no explanation
of the words "for Mrs. Sulzer,"
* 3 ? a* >1 q li/ir hid firm
| ne sauj, as ?
I had ever had any dealings with her.
In a melon contest at Belton, S. C.,
the prize went to a 80-pounder. We
i believe that there are four Spartanburg
boys who could get away with
jOne o that prize.?Spartanburg Jour
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th PryorSt, Atlanta, :Ga.
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Delegation in "Washington Urging
Candidacy of 31. 3T. Buford.
"Washington, ^ptember 11.?Having
noted the deadlock between the
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Soutn uaronna senators over me uiotrict
attorneyship a delegation headed
by Alan Johnstone, of Newberry, has
taken the opportunity to urge in
Washington the candidacy of former
Sheriff M. M. Buford, of Newberry :
i ; A
:t your Tele<-ht>
, aiiu gvi (.iiv j
:his book will
ry small cost,
lending for it.
\NY f(J&J ;
county, for the United States marshalship.
The colored woman, Carrie Crosson,.
who was last week shot on Mr. Bern
ard Carlisle's place "by James Johnson,
"just because lie loved her so,"
and whose wounds were dressed by
Dr. W. E. Pelham, Jr., will get well.
James Johnson's mind must have
been feeding on "Love me and the
world is mine." "Just because I love
you," et?. .