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!Bisliop Kilgo on Football.
.op Kilgo left Durham last Satfor
an absence of five weeks on
: duties in Arkansas. Before
g your correspondent secured
him an expression concerning
11. He said in very positive
unadterably opposed to it. I
>een in the past and never ex>
find any reason to change my
There are schools which believe
Imd patronize it, those who wish
end a school for football purhave
ample opportunity. There is
ison why Trinity college should
the brutal form of sport etther
are other schools or gratify a
>h w^iim. I
l sure the friends of Trinity
e and of honest work would
ar more delighted to have learn
an ' uprising among Trinity
ts in the interest of more work,
study, wider learning, truer
or any other matter of even
importance. But instead of this I
re treated with a suffragette outin
the interest of chasing a
}f inflated hog: hide over a plot
[ ground and rolling each other in
e dirt. Trinity College recently
Imounced an increase of more than '
million dollars to its endowment, j
? this mean endowed chance to
He ? But the more you give them for
^ffk the louder tkey cry for play. No,
W, the time has come and more than !
pme when colleges should give the |
porld a far better example of earnest
nd serious work than they do. At j
fest the honest, working, highmind- '
I serious and sincere people, who |
pnstitute the genuinely superior class
I society, faithfully represents their
^^f life, and it should be the fixed ;
ration of Trinity College to be the ;
Hoi of this noblest class of folks.
IHb is absolutely no reason why it J
! court the patronage of tihe careporting,
iperficial classes. Other schools
>ek their favors and gratify their
And,' I may say, the whole
c spirit in colleges has reached !
wholesome point. The time has
fhen stronger people should dea
quick and complete rel'orma
Are college teachers no more
alets for a crowd of sporting
ters, or are they the master
tors of youth? It is certain if
st judge from the college papers
le college" reports sent to the
.pers, that in comparison with
^This ataletic supremacy is becom- j
^nothing less than scandal, and it
Htoazing that serious and manly
^Hbrs have submitted to it as long
^HRey have. Unless a reformation
^Ks the day of judgment, when in- '
rious people will utter their conttiation
in no uncertain manner,
Hdawn at no distant time. College
Hris becoming too frivolous to inVe
the confidence and respect of the :
kmen. me modem cuncgc giauuaic ,
MMtebly superficial in his knowledge, j
^^jurposes. and his faiths, a fact
> K doubtless has its explanation in
Mineral spirit of sport that reigns
H^merican colleges. The college (
Bate thirty years ago did not preB
to study as widely but he came
of college far more serious,
Rightful, and profotfnd than the
Bege graduate <% today. You may
B for me that I am opposed to any J
B*e athletics at Trinity College
mb oc-no.->idiiv fnnthflil but will be slad I
HI ? - _ w
a all I can to lessen by a great'
B what we already have."
BHers the jeweler, makes a specialengraving
and repair work.
m DELINQUENT TAX SALE.
HtB OF SOLTH CAROLINA,
H>unty of xewberry.
khirtue of executions delivered to j
Hp John L. Epps, Treasurer of
Kry County, I will sell in front
^ K Court House at Xewberry, on
^y in January, 1914, within the
Wours of sale, on* account of deKit
State and County taxes for i
MWythe following real estate:
^^-One lot in Town of Newberry
essed to D. M. Wells, bounded by
Bds of Misses 0. and E. Shackleford,
k>. S. Mower, College Street and
^^k&wo acres of land, in No. 10
Bhip, assessed to Tobitha Morris,
. ! v? T. n (Fillers.
nti ujr 1CU1UO VI ~ , ,
Blbenezer Camp Meeting road.
B-Thirty-five acres of land more or
K, assessed to Luther and Hawkins
Town of Prosperity, said land now j
Bided in two lots, one bounded by j
Bds ofj Frank Merchant, R. L. Luther, j
B Wicker, Shiloh Methodist Church j
B Prosperity road, the other bound-'
By lands f R. L. Luther, P. L. I
Bgford and Prosperity road. Both ;
Bwill be sold together.
Bf Cannon G. Blease,
H&A1E OF REAL ESTATE.
virtue of the power to us given
Re Last Will and Testament of>
Elizabeth Frances Blease, deceasHthe
undersigned will sell to the
highest bidders, before the court!
house door at Newberry, South Caroli-!
na, on salesday in January, 1914 being |
the 5th day of said month, between the j
: legal hours of sale, the following
(described real estate, to wit:
Lot No. 1: That parcel of land,
lying and being situate in the Town j
/ + 1AA\ !
'Of .Newberry, containing u i
; one and 19-100 acres, (more or less,!
j fronting on Main street and measur- |
ling thereon a distance at (254 1-10) j
| two hundred fifty-four and 1-10 feet
and running back along tfye line of
the estate of J. X. Martin/for a distance
of (193 1-3) one hundred ninety- !
three and 1-3 feet and running along j
! the line of land6 of B. A. Havird for
a distance of (340 7-12) three hundred
: forty and 7-12 feet to Thompson
! Street, and measuring on Thompson
Street a distance of (54 9-12) j
^ "r* rJ Q.I 9 fpAT :
111 LJ "1UU1 a:iu w -> ^w>, ~ - j
ing bounded by Main Street, land of |
the Estate of .J. X. Martin, land of' B.
A. Havird, Thompson ?treet and land
of E. C. Sonnenberg.
Lot No. 2: That parcel of land in j
the Town of Newberry with a dwell- '
ing tnereon situate, containing (3-10)
three-tenths of one acre, more or less,!
fronting on Harrington Street, which ;
bounds' it on the north, and being i
bounded on the east by Newberry'
High school lot and South by I
landvof Cannon G. Blease and on the J
west by lot of McHardy Mower.
by lot of McHardy Mower.
Lot No. 3: That parcel of real estate j
with a dwelling house thereon situate
in the Town of Newberry, fronting
(58 4-10) fifty-eight and 4-10 feet on
Caldwell Street, running back therefrom
along Hatten Street in parallel
lines for a distance of (123 3-10) one
hundred twenty-three and 3-10 feet
measuring on the south side a dis-!
tance of (119) one hundred and
A plat of Lot No. 1 can be seen,
and any furtner information may be
obtained by calling, at the office of
Blease & Blease, Attorneys-at-law,
Newberry; S. C.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
price of each lot to be paid cash, t
one-third on a credit of twelve months 1
from the day of sale, and the remain- j
r?rt q r>rpdit. of two vears !
111S . J
from toe day of sale, the credit portions
to bear interest at the rate of
eight per cent per annum from the
date of sale, and such credit portions
to be evidenced by notes of the purchaser.
said notes to contain the usual
stipulation for the payment of ten
per cent of principal and interest as
attorney's fees n the event of collection
by an attorney, the payment of said
notes to be secured by a mortgage of
the premises sold; purchaser to pay
toe costs of preparation, execution and
recording of papers.
Immediately upon bidding in the
said property, the purchaser shall deposit
with the undersigned, as an evidence
of good faith, the sum of Five
Hundred Dollars on Lot No. 1, the
sum of One Hundred Dollars on Lot
No. 2, and toe sum of 'Fifty Dollars on
Lot No. 3, and if said sum is not deposited
immediately, the lot so bid off
- ' 1 J -A 4.U ^ !
will De immediately resoia at cue h->jv
of the former purchaser.
Purchasers are to comply in full
with the terms of sale on or before the
15tn day of January, 1914.
Bertha Blease Eison,
Executrix of the Last Will and Testament
of Elizabeth Frances Blease,
- deceased. ,
Cannon G. Blease,
Eugene S. Blease,
Executors of the Last Will and Testament
of Elizabeth Frances Blease,
Dec 5-19-Jan 2.
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