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The Herald and News^
Entered at the Postoffice .it v(j\v-'
^ rry, S. C., as 2?xi class matter.
6. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Tuesday, November 11, 1913.
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There is talk of Laurens' represen- j
tative, Mr. W. C. Irby, running for i
governor. Will Irby is a good fellow,
and smart, of gooi family and many
people would like, or would not object,
to see him governor. But they
cannot have him and "Bob Cooper' j
in the same place at the same time,
and everybody knows what is thought
of Cooper, it all being fine. Then
there is Babb for adjutant and inspector
general, and it is to be feared
that the people won't want to give j
Laurens too much at once.
Keep your eyes on the roads and
irae: them after each rain if you
would have them in good repair?Lancaster
Mighty fine advice, but it too often !
falls upon listless ears, and ears of [
those who would receive the greatest ;
direct benefit. We have known good j
farmers to refuse to help drag a road ;
after a good one had been built right
along by their door. And then they
>rould throw all sorts of garbage in
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tne run a. J? uuu/ n ui m.
We wish we had time 1o go back
tilrough the files of some South Caro- j
lina papers so that we might quote j
from some of the articles written by j
some of the people who fought Sena- I
tor Tillman about twenty years ago.!
They said some very ugly things about j
him. Something the like of which he L
is now saying about Gov. Blease, that J
it would be an awful thing to have a j
man like Gov. Tillman in the senate i
vt the United States taking the seat jof
Hayne and Calhoun and all that sort L
of thing. And it seems to us that Mr. j
Tillman was saying some mighty ug- |
ly things about one Grover Cleveland ;
"^rho was the democratic president
along about that tme. He abused those
Washington representatives from
South Carolina and the president ac- i
cording to his own vernacular and you j
lmow what that is. Now it seems that
he has got in the same boat that they
were riding in. It makes a mighty j
great difference?the view point. Gov. ;
Blease is doing the right thing to sit
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steady in the boat and seems to be
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Xfc&mg mr. iu:uictus auviue -tu ltcl ;
the heathen rage."
Tie contestants in our prize voting
contest should certainly "take pains
to smile their sweetest when shopping
at Gilder & Weeks for the latter's !
donations along the line of specal
prizes?have certainly been worth |
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
Court of Common Pleas,
D. B. Cook, Sallie L. Wicker, Texanna j
Wicker, Wade D. Suber, W. H. Sub- i
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Thomas H. Hughey, Daniel W.
Hughey, James M. Hughey, Hattie
M. Hallman, Elizabeth Austin and .
V. Henry Hughey, Marvin M. Hughey I
and Job. L. Hughey,
By virtue of an order of the Court
herein, I will sell before the Court
House at Newberry, S. C., to the highest
bidder, on the first Monday in De
oemoer, me same Deing saiesu<i,y,
within the legal hours of sale, the following
tract of land in the County and
State aforesaid, of which Abram Moore
died seized, the same to be sold in one
or more parcels, to wit:
A tract of land in "Newberry CounQrvnfh
r'ijrnlin'} in in cr nnp
I hundred seventy-four and two-fifths
(174 2-5) acres, more or less, bounded
by lands of C. L. Wilson, Ned Lindler,
A. H. Kohn, H. P. Wicker, Mrs.
Elvira Kibler and D. B. Cook. The
same is accurately described in a plat
thereof made by J. M. "Wicker. Surveyor,
September 23rd and Oct ber
anticipate payment of the credit portion
in whole or in part. Purchaser to
pay for papers and recording the
H. H. Rikard,
Master Newberry County, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
mnYTV OF NEWBERRY.
Court of Common Pleas. '
Thomas W. Folk, and Chris M. Folk, |
individually, and as the administrators
of the goods, rights, chattels
and credits of Hayne Hamilton
Folk, deceased, M. Hayne Folk, Wm.
H. Folk, Julia A. Craps, Mamie B.
Derrick and Eugene u. jpoik,
Ada L. Perry, Rosa M. Windhorn, Wm.
W. Folk, John C. Folk and Eloise
M. Hayne Folk, Thomas W. Folk, Wm.
H. Folk, Ada L. Perry, Chris M.
Folk, Julia A. Craps, Mamie B. Derrick,
and Eugene C'. Folk,
Lottie C. folk, Rosa M. Windhorn, j
Wm. W. Folk, John C. Folk and
In obedience to the orders of the
Court herein, I will sell, during the
leeal hours of sale, at public outcry,
to the highest bidder on Salesday in
December, 1913, before the Court
House door, at Newberry, S. C., the
following tracts of land, lying and being
in Newberry County, said State:
1. Lands belonging to the estate of
Hayne Hamilton Folk, deceased:
(a). The home tract, containing
two hundred thirty-nine and 24-100
acres, more or less, bounded by lands
of M. Hayne Folk, Miss Fanny Johntone,
the Mill or Baker tract, lands of,
Julia A. Craps, Mamie B. Derrick, Milton.
Marshall, lot of Calvary church
and lot of George Gruber; (b) The
Mill or Baker tract, containing one
hundred sixty-six and 97-100 acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of M. t
L. Cousins, estate of Caleb D. Buz- !
hardt, deceased, M. T. Oxner, Mrs. A.
C. Oxner, A. G. Leitzsey, Miss Fanny
Johnstone, the home tract and lands of
Julia A. Craps; (c) The Wilson or
McKee tract containing two hundred
forty-nine and 73-100 acres, more or
less, bounded by lands of L. W. Floyd,
Thos. W. Folk, George and John Henderson,
T. H. Brock, Chris M. Folk
and Eugene C. Folk; (d). The Brooks
tract, containing one hundred thirty- |
five and 18-100 acres, more or less, :
bounded by lands of Chris M. Folk,)
the Brown brothers, Sims G. Brown,
Ben H. Caldwell, of the estate of
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uatnerme a. pom., ueueascu, \*=j. .mc j
Buzhardt tract, containing forty-five
and 48-100 acres, more or less, bounded
by lands of Ada L. Perry, Wm. H.
Folk, Mrs. R. L. Paysinger and John
2 Lands beloneinfi: to the estate of
Catherine A. Folk, deceased:
(a). The Nancy Sligh tract, containing
fifty-eight and 70-100 acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of Ada
L. Perry, Mrs. Henry, Mrs. Fanny
Keighley and Wm. L. Folk; (b) The
Brooks tract, containing sixty and
28-100 acres, more or less, boundeJ by
lands of Mrs. L. H. Folk, W. M. Suber,
Ben H. Caldwell, the Brooks place of
rtc+o+rt nf H W "RYJV d
Thos. W. Folk and George and John
Henderson. Plats to all of said lands
are now on file in said case.
Terms of sale. One-third cash,balance
in one and two years in equal
annual installments, with interest on
each installment from day of sale, and
until paid in full payable annually, at
the rate of eight per cent, per annum,
to be secured by bond of purchaser
and mortgage of premises sold; bond
I will sell a
J. R. Greens
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and mortgage to provide for 10 per
cent, as .Attorney's fees in case
same be placed with an Attorney for
collection, suit or foreclosure, and to
contain default clause providing
against non-payment, at maturity, of
first installment, or annual interest;
to provide for eight per cent, interest
in case of non-payment of taxes. In
case purchaser fail to comply with j
terms of sale within five days Master j
to resell at purchaser's risk. As evi- j
dence of good faith on part of bidder. !
Master will require payment to him
of SI00 upon acceptance of bid, which ;
will hp forfeited in case of failure to !
! comply in full within five days with- !
I out legal cause. Purchaser to have j
leave to anticipate credit portion, in j
whole or part. Purchaser to pay for ;
papers and recording mortgage.
H. H. Rikard,
| Master of Newberry County, S. C. |
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
Court of Common Pleas.
British and American Mortgage Com- |
1 Hettie I. Kennerly, S. E. Kennerly,
The National Bank of Newberry, S. 1
C., W. A. Davenport, J. L. C. Daven- i
port and G. L. Davenport,
By virtue of an order of the court
herein, I wiil sell at public auction to
the highest bidder, before the Court
House at Newberry, S. C., within the
legal hours of sale, on Monday, the
1st day of December, 1913, the same
being sale day, the following tract of
land, to wit:
All that tract of land lying and being
situate in the County of Newberry,
State of South Carolina, containing
tw'o hundred and eighty-three (283)
acres, more or less, bounded on the
north by land of H. H. Kinard, east by
land of Andrew Johnson and estate
of J. N. Martin, deceased, south by
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Glasgow and west by the public road.
Terms of sale: One-third cash and
the balance in two equal annual installments,
the credit portion to be
secured by a bond of the purchaser
and a mortgage of the premises sold,
which said bond and mortgage shall
provide for interest from day of sale
at the rate of eight per cent per annum,
payable annually, and for ten per
cent attorney's fees in case of collection
by suit or by an attorney, with j
leave to the purchaser to anticipate j
the credit portion in whole or in part, j
Purchaser to pay for papers.
if. H. Rikard,
Master of Newberry County, S. C.
For Expert Eye Work Con<||sult
Dr. 1. E. Crimm.^p
Will be in Newberry until Saturday
evening, Nov. 15th.
Dr. Crimm has been fit-!
ting glasses for (13) thirteen;
years in Newberry and coun,
ty with great satisfaction.
If you want EXPERT EYE!
WORK don't fail to see Dr.
Crimm. Consultation free.
Office over Burton's Real
Estate office, opposite Her
aid and News office.
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YOU safety lies in our experience and pre
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OUR safety lies in our scientific equipment a
takes almos'c impossible.
WE MAKE EYES
see with perfect ease and comrort that never
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Copeland Building, Main Street, '
Are you invited to i
If so, come to us and let u
Famous Quadruple-plated si
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price is $2.00 for any
Beautifully engraved Bui
Old Fashioned Castors f
Old Fashioned Sugars, w
Handsomely engraved, Ur
lasses Pots and lovely Galloi
with the heavy Silver Mout
Other Pieces, are the Fr
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Bronzed Clocks, Set in br
Finished Statues. These ar<
are good time pieces, and the
would add grace to any Si
room, Dinning room, or offi
our 20 per cent discount thi
erv-25e worth of Dishes fo:
I for 49c, $1.00 worth for 80c
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Newberry, South Carolina.
is show you our
lver ware-Lasts a
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piece of the fol
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or Vinegar, Salt,
ith 12 Spoons to
earn Pitcher, Mont
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lutiful high Class
on zed and Gold
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20c. 50c worth
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