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FEDERAL OFFICERS !
FOR 2nd DISTRICTi
TILLMAN INTROMTES BILL FOR !
Measures Introduced in Senate by
Senior Senator, and in House hy
Washington, October 3.?Senator
Tillman late yesterday introduced in
the senate a bill to provide for the j
appointment of a district judge, a district
attorney and a marshal for the i
Western Judicial district of South Car- '
olina. Today Congressman Aiken in- |
troduced the same bill in the house, I
where it will be substituted for Mr. ;
Aiken's former bill introduced last
week. T'he first Aiken bill specified
the cities at which the proposed Western
district court should be held.
Senator Tillman's bill, accepted by
"A T Ail J 1 r __ J. 1 T ^ i
-ur. AiKen uoes not speciiy ice piaces
at which the Western court shall be
held. This is done with the deliberate
intention of avoiding the trouble which
has hitherto arisen whenever such
legislation has been attempted on account
of contention among the various
cities of the western district for the
honor of having the court.
City to be >*amed Later.
Senator Tillman says that there is
no use writing him letters or sending
delegations to see 'him in favor of this
or that town, because the place of
holding the court will not be designated
until after-the bill creating the
new district machinery passes. If the
present bill should become a law the
places for holding the court in the
western district would be ixed in later
under separate legislatior.
The Tillman bill provides that the
present district judge and marshal of
South Carolina shall be assigned to the
x j ii.. a. I
eastern district, auu iue yresem, uistrict
attorney to the western district,
and that there shall be a district attorney
appointed for the eastern district.
The measure then proceeds as
"There shall be a district attorney
ana a marshal in said western district
to be appointed as marshal and
district attorneys are appointed iri the
other judical districts of the United
"That the district attorney for the
eastern district of South Carolina and
the district attorney for the western
nf Smith Pnrnlina shall par-h
receive an annual salary of $4,500 and ,
the marshal of the eastern district of i
South Carolina and the marshal of the
western district of South Carolina
shall each rceive an annual salary of
"All causes and proceedings of a
civil nature new pending in the courts
of the western district of South Carolina
shall be proceeded with in the
said western district; provided, that
all causes and proceedings of a civil
nature, including proceedings in bankruptcy
now pending in the said district
in which the evidence has been taken,
in whole or in part, before the district
judge of the eastern and western districts
of South Carolina, or taken, in
whnlp or in nart. and submitted to and
passed upon by the said district judge,
shall be retained by the said judge and
proceeded with and disposed of by the
said judge who may for that purpose
continue to exercise jurisdiction in the
said western district, provided further,
that in all proceedings for criminal offences
heretofore committed, if the
said criminal offence was committed in
the eastern district, the said criminal i
offence shall be prosecuted in said :
eastern district, and if said criminal !
offence was committed in the western ;
district, the said criminal offence shall j
be prosecuted in said western dis-1
The bill was referred to the committee
on the judiciary in each chamber.
It will hardly be reported out before
the regular session.
MISS ANSA WEAR S* DIES.
Sister-in-law of Late General J. C. j
Boyd, Well Known in Greenville
Died in Columbia Thursday
Xews was received in the citv last i
night of the death of Miss Anna j
Wearn in a hospital at Columbia.
Miss Wearn was about 55 years of
age, and was born in Columbia. She 1
was a daughter of ihe late Richard !
Wearn of that city. A number of years j
ago she came to Greenville to make
her home. She was a sister-in-law of;
the late General J. C. Boyd, with J
whose family she spent most of her I
time. She was also a sister-in-law of
-\ir. w. a. di ui cms v;nv.
Miss Wearn is survived by two
brothers, G. F. Wearn, of Xewherry:
and "Richard "tt'oarn, of Flor- ;
ida. and also by the following nieces j
and nephews: R. L. Boyd, of .Tack-,
sonville, Florida; Mrs. McKeller |
Towns, of Monroe, La.; Mrs. R. R.
Shaw and Henry Briggs of this city.?
Greenville Piedmont, 3rd.
The body reached Newberry Friday
on the 2.4B Southern train and "was
i i^zM-szrxis.: :aE?:5EfaHC2SEaH_v^ Ot>"V"G l.'
i for Every Purpose
' "Will run tne chvm. rrr?amfor. pu-.iT\ elcf.r?c
iisht!iiL* plant, v.jcmm cleaner, corn siicer, tec'
;,vor t'.r -1^ :!!-Ko
pull your si o hilcr, especially jf it is a PAP.'iC,
t.ie i ='.i; ' runningc.r.ci most t?uccwj-rul Ci.s:.?3o
. cutter mac1-;.
^ " e ran st il you these and otnerprof t-rnrlcl
ioO ->'iVUl>* . ot'ic. I. r Llvl'l^itt.'.i
J \i r u Ki\ i 1 U*\K, incl'idingr cow
i i-.^ns, i jed : ar-.e-i. litter carricis, sarnU-ij
| mansr-rs pay o;*? riivicer. "is.
1 Ail these ^ooc'ssnM oi nf'ee tnal. satisfaction
gui.-antet d Ins: a at cttn,c:i\e paces.
, I Full >!>(<trius:lun See
J. M. Swindler,
910 W. Main S1 i
J. C. LEE, Prcsid't F. I
Farmers - Merc
I If you are going to Build, I?
COMPLETE HOUSE I
We manufacture and deal
Stairs, interior trim, store f
pulpits, etc., rough and dre
cypress shingles, flooring, <
Distributing Agents for F
r . -. . /-*! r_. n__ :
estimates \^neeriuny am
Corner Roberts &
S Our ft
Don't Pay More
ihaa necessary for a Delivery Wagon.
Special introductory price to one
firm in each town
Write quick for Price List A with
large cuts. Secure this bargain.
Tell us what you want, We can make a
wagon suitable for your business and sax
you $20 or more.
Chepp timber, cheap, labor, low //\.\ h
fyaicrhta cnaKlpc; tlS to .aasilv do thlS.
Big factory, best facilities. Act quick
oar you may be too late.
The Rock Hill Boggy Co., V**/!
ROCK HILL, S. C.
COLLECTION OF TAZE?.
Notice is hereby given that the j
taxes of the Town of Newberry, South j
Carolina, will be due and payable at j
the office of the Clerk'and Treasurer
fron: October 15, 1913, to November
30, 1913. A penalty of ten per coTvt
will be charged on all taxes not paid
prior to December 1st.
J. R. Scarry,
Clerk & Treasurer.
Newberry, S. C.
t<u~ ^ivniof oTiniifll mppfins of the !
X lie IC^Uiai (Uiuuu.
Stockholders of Oakland Cotton mills
will be held at the office of the mill,
Newberry, S. C., October 16th, 1913, at
10 o'clock, a. m.
J. X. McCaughrin,
immediately conveyed to Rosemont
ppmeterv. the following acting as
pallbearers: Jno. M. Kinard, Jno. W.
Chapman, L. G. Eskridge, W. F.
Ewart, Haskell Wright, E. H. Aull.
The service was conducted by the Rev. j
Dr. E. Pendleton Jones, assisted by
the Rev. J. W. Carson.
An Editorial Example.
Editor and Publisher.
An editor who started about 20
years ago with only 55 cents is now
worth $100,000. His accumulation of
wealth is owing to his frugality, good
habits, strict attention to business and
the fact that an uncle died and left
Settled One Way for the Present.
Washington, Oct. 1.?Senator Tillman
today discussed wi'"? the president
the matter of the district attor
;ey and marshalship in South Oaro- !
lina. It is understood that nothing
will bo done just now. It is said the :
president has decided to wait a while
before making these appointments.
Referred to 3Ir. P. E. Scott,
Rock Hill Herald.
Raising alfalfa and cattle. That is
the plan for settling the high cost of
living problem in York county.
WESTERN FARMER'* j
GASOLINE ENGINES 1j
A dependable gasoline engine has proven
its worth many times over in actual every day
work on the farm. Much of your heavy work
can be done by an engine which leaves you time
to be a Manager instead of a worn out laborer.
Will take some of the burdens ofr your men,
allowing him to put his time on more profitable
vork, hence ho becomes better sr.tisl.cd with
hi* potion. _ Removes much of the drudgery
from ;he will's shoulders and permits more
Lime or: jcre^.ior..
Y e can f-:rni;h 5,7 and 10 H. P. single
cylinder type, also 12 and 2U H. P. two cvhnder
a t. pes. A r.y si.-e mounted on road truck,
hand truck or skids. Attsactive prices.
Fur^hcr partialiarc> d by our local agent.
Weitiru Implement Co.
If'mtr.Tcshe'; m or. Er.s:!cgi Caiter mvcs'.igzic J
i. GIBSON, Sec y & Treas,
bants - Builders (
Remodel or repair, we ininquiries.
JILLS A SPECIALTY. j
in Doors, Sash, Blinds,
ronts and fixtures, pews,
ssed lumber, lath, pine and
:eiling and siding.
I Carefully made.
e Dugas Streets,
j^.^jgj| SAVED I
Unclog' the Liver
To put your upset liver in fine
hape, to drive poisonous waste from
bowels and cure constipation nse
HTr\4- A T*lr
TTtlTTl M1H i.HiXHJU.3 ilUb k_>px n-ift, o, uxa>
Take one each night for a few days;
you'll eat better, -work better, sleep
better, your eyes will brighten and
your skin grow clearer. 25 cents, all
Free Sample LIVER BUTTONS and booklet
about the famous Hot Springs Rheumatism
Remedy anil Hot Springs Blood Remedy from
Hot Springs Chemical Co., Hot Springs, ArkGider
Bis if a proscription pragirad tepxitUj
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better ihan
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c
Best Qualities Obtainable
We are headquarters for
Seed Wheat, Oats,
Rye, Bailey,Vetches, j
AJfeJfa and all
Grasses & Clovers, j
Write for Wood's Crop Special
giving prices and seasonable information
about Seeds for Fall
so w j n g.
T. W. WOOD & SONS,
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va.
Wood's Descriptive Fall Catalogue
gives prices and information about all |
Garden Seeds for Fall Planting.
Mailed free on request. I
The Finest, Big
We want everybody ii
know what a great whiskey
; ^efcay;: i n 4--f;H ^fljWP) i j i ,4--g=
The Horns of Old Scott
express collect, and we will
Sample shipment of foi
Just to sho77 you we Lave just
one quart free with. Every order for i
Eaprssc Prepaid. 4 Qts. 8 Qts.
Old Buck White Corn $2.50 S5.00
Crown Yellow Corn 2.50 5.00
Blk Spring White Corn... 2.20 4.40
Remember, one whole quart fi
with orders for pints or half pints.
Cfn/ltr lief f?rvr? n
kj l/uliuj l/xjL JL o XXk3U XVI
Old Lookout Club (Tennessee Whiskey)$
Old Private Stock Rye (very old)
Old Lincoln Co. (Tennessee Whiskey)...
Cedar Grove Rye (Bottled in Bond)
Sweet Mash White Corn (Small Tub)
3|*ky Strike Yellow Corn (old and mellow)...
Express prepaid to A flams am
Get oar wholesale an l retail p:
' -Jfit If
A "warm" bre
ready braced for
in a warm room.
You lose half the g<
while you eat it A I
cozy meal for the whol
No si-ioke or Smell,wit!
to room. An ornament an;
room or the bathroom. *
Washington, D. C.
Eczema and Itching Cured.
The soothing, healing medication
t?t> r-ri'/nr i At vTArrvrr
imi. r,i /iTi.u.i ui.i i .ul.i i
penetrates every tiny pore of the skin,
clears it of all impurities?stops itch- ?
ing instantly. Dr. Hobson's Eczema
Ointment is guaranteed to speedily
heal eczema, rashes, ringworm, tetter
and other unsightly eruptions.
Eczema Ointment is a doctor's prescription,
not an experiment. All druggists
or by mail, Pfeiffer Chemical
Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis.
)NE QUART OIF
W H IS K E Y
'gest Offer ever
a the whole state of South C
our Old Scott is ? a wond
rich corn whiskey )
h' pleasing, mellow corn
J?; always look for in a c
jf. % key.
| ij- The bost way for y<
out how good this w!
is to try one ivhole q
|$Jg at our expense.
Send $6, the distil]
for eight quarts of C
and we will ship you 3
4M quarts and one exti
Bna& making nine qu rts in
Try the free quart.
W??W" _pvArv rlrAn. Tf nn:
9H?1 plea ed, satisfied and <
return the other eigh
refund your $6.iir
quarts for $3, express pisj
; the whiskey yovi want, at the price :
eight quart bottles (not; pints) of any
21 Pts. 48 % Pts. Express Prepaid.
$6.50 $7.00 Picnic Rye, 100 pro<
6.50 7.00 Silver Wedding Ry<
6.00 6.50 Kentucky Pride Rye
ee with each order of- eight quart bott
ut prices on pints and half pints of v<
24 Pts. 48 ^Pts.
9.00 $ 9.50 Old Scott White Co:
Pride of Atlanta W1
6.50 7.00 o ? ? -p.
10.50 11.00 Bulls Eye Dry Gm..
&.50 9.00 Scott Price Superioi
8.50 9.00 Virginia No. 2 App]
crder too large to fill same day order is receiver
I Southern Express points on all orde:
tiee list. Euy at wholesale distillery
w >?* * <? rN t n nn v
akfast?the kind ths
a good day's workDod
of the meal if you are s
Perfection Smokeless Heat
h a Perfection. Easily cleaned,
pwhere; a luxury in the bedroom
erywhere; or write for descriptive
ARD OIL COIV
|| We Pay Highest
x!m r,<. o o
l< p* V
^ . . - ,.
Hi Don t give your profits away?ship dir<
II money next day. We pay highest prices
|| Beeswax, Tallow and old Metals, old Ru
|| ment now. Send for Price List.
W"*B U 1 1BP*v}
p I? r c
M> JL li d Anmtl
!arolina to Hrl t
n % rt ! i i I
eriul, nne, j
Tidth. that j |~l |
taste you fpcatl
r aliqUart' I
4* nnorlc a ?i ik:. <:?<
U ? UVIIIU VI 11119 BIIB1
old corn free.
roa want to pay, we will give yci'
of the erood i listed below.
4 Qts. 8 Qfcs. 24 Pts. 48 % Fir*.
of $3.20 $6.40 $7.50 $8.<W
^ 2.50 5.00 6.50 7.0
3 2.20 4.40 6.00 6.5C
:ies of above goods. No free goods
irv KpcI: r3. l c+.i 11 p w ornnrla
J WWW WJLJ.AV*. J ^ VVVC\;
24 Pts. 48%Pts.
rn (none better) $8.00 $8.50
lite Corn (pure 100 proof).... 7.50 S.00
Gin 6.50 7.00
!e Brandy ! 6.50 7.0C
rs for four qnarfcs or moie.
prices and save money. .Aildie?
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it sends you out
-should be eaten
shivering in discomfort '
er makes breakfast a
Easily moved from room
l; a necessity in the sewing*
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Charlotte, N. C.
Charleston, W. Va.
Charleston, S. C.
t?; ; ?. 'j?.
Cash Prices for jj
>ct to us by express and get your ||i|
for green and dry hides of all kinds III
ibber and Furs. Try us with a ship- HI
A HIDE & JUNK CO. j|
CHARLESTON, S. C.