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COMPANY I). 4th REGIMENT
Roll As Published In Way 1909, liepubl.slied
Mr. Butler Morgan has requested
The Herald and News to publish the
jTkU rti* frttnnanv ll 4f> R PSrilTlPIlt.
1 WU V- VViW|'v*iV V ,
State troops. It was published in the
Observer May 14, 190c*, and at :1s request
The Herald and News publishes
"he roll with such corrections t at
Mr. -Morgan has requested.
Published in Observer May 14, 1909.
Roll of Company I). 4tli Kegfrnent
The following m regard to Company
I). Fourth regiment, State militia, was
handed us by Mr. E. K. Bedenbaugn,
who has kept a complete roll of t e
company. It is a list of the 16-year
old Dcys ana a iew omer wen umt
went inro the Civil war from Newberry
countv. They left early in the
fal o 1X64. and weiu to Hamburg, S.
C., w,ere they organized and stayed
two weeks. They then went to the
coast, whence they went to Raleigh,
N. Ci,' crossing at Cheraw. They
crossed the river t':e same dav that
fr. v..' .
Sherman crossed with army, me
older men of the company were, elected
officers as follows:
n R. Sr. ear man, captain.
.1. I). A. Ki'bler, 1st lieutenant.
Thos. V. Wicker, 2nd lieutenant.
Dr. D. A. Cannon, 3rd lieutenant.
Jacob . Kibler.i. mail carrier.
Before t^e company left South Caro
lina the older meh, which-took in all
of the dbo;e carters were discharged.
The company was then in charge oi
fwo young men?R. \Y. Martin, lft
lieutenant, and T.omas Buzhardt,
The fpllowing is a complete roll:
E. K. Bedeu'baugh.
H'enry Bcoze.*; dead.
J. C. Boozer.
William Bridges; dead.
Henry Bowers; dead.
Lee Buzhardt: dead.
Tom Buzhardt; dead.
D. M. Cromer.
Dr. D. A. Cannon; dead.
A. M. Dominick.
John Dreher; dead.
Irvin Dennis; dead.
Andrew Derrick; dead.
J. P. Derrick.
J. J. Derrick.
Bates Frazier; dead.
Henry Gallman; dead,
j N. B. Hunter.
0. P. Harris.
Wiley Hussy; dead.
Jacob Kibler; dead.
J. D. A. Kibler; dead,
v Joe Kennedy.
T ..ils 7 rr
Wash Lorrick; dead.
Willie Lorrick; dead.
Willie Lake; dead.
James lYonts; dead.
Irvin Miller; dead.
R. 'W1. Martin; dead.
John Riddle; dead.
John M. Schumpert.
Henry Crump Summers; dead.
D. Isaac Shealy.
James A. Shealy; dead.
J. E. Shealy.
J. A. Simpson. .
John. R. Spearman; dead.
W. S. Wessins;er.
T us. V. Wicker; dead.
Orlando Wicker; dead.
The company only lost three men
while away. .lames Monts died at
Adams Run. S. C.; Henry Bowers was
accidentally killed at Cheraw, S. C.;
Willie Lake died at Round House,
near Raleigh. X. C.
Several of these not noted as dead,
have dipd since t':e roll was published
in 1909, but the above is a copy
from the Observer as published May
11 1 QfiQ
Crosses of Houor.
Any Confederate veteran or descendant
of veteran, wishing to secure a
Cross of Honor will please procure an
application blank at once so that it
may be filled out and sent in to the
chapter in time to have the cross
ready :or bestowal on Lee's birthday,
January 19, 1914.
T>U_ 1 -" ? ? 1 - t ~ ~ ~ ~ .r-'U.V.'U ^
1 IItr Ui UL1AV oivyquently
tells that you have served
your country well, will be a priceless
legancy to your descendants, and tlhe
Daughters of the Confederacy count
'it a privilede'to bestow it upon you.
The blanks should be filled out and
returned to me by December 15th.
Mrs. J. H. West,
President Drayton Rutherford Chapter.
Lutheran Church at Pomar/a.
The 5th Sunday at the Lutheran
church, at Pomaria, there will be communion
service in the morning, and
service in t?e afternoon. All day service,
dinner on the ground. Everyix>dy
is invited to attend.
THE (01 MY CORN SHOW
TO Biv HELD DECEMBER o
I.fst of Pr.zes t<> be Awarded to the
Winners?Everybody Inv ted to
| Waiter The He-raid and News:
c'nnw n.f Ypvvhprrv PonntV
U U\^ V Wi. il OiiU " VI 4 1 v .. WW* . ^
v.-ill -be held in Xewberry on Saturday,
December ">, 1914. The following prizes
are offered to members of the Boys
The two "boys in the county making
the 'ighest average grade will each
receive free board and tuition at
Clemson college for the short agricultural
course during the month of
Best ten ears?One-half dozen
p':otos, given by L. A. & M. M. Salter.
Newberry, value $6.00.
2nd best ten ears, $i>.oO ram coai
riven by Blaks Dry Goods company,
3rd best ten ears, subscription to
The Progressive Farmer, value $1.00.
Best single ear, one-haL? dozen
photos, value $5.00 given by 0. & T.
2nd best single ear, $2.50 fountain
J pen, by Mayes' ?jook store.
3rd best single ear, subscription to
I The Progressive Farmer. $1.00.
I Largest yield, four bushels bur
j clover seed, by John S. Watts, value
! 2nd largest yield, two bushels bur
j-clover seed, by J. T. Hunter,, value
3rd largest yield year's subscription
I to The Progressive Farmer, value
! Cheapest yield, year's subscription
I to The Progressive Farmer, value
Open to All Farmer.
Best ten ears, $3.50 pair of sfcoes,
by T. A. Dominick, Prosperity.
tpn pars. 25 nounds of rape
seed, value $3.00, by Johnson-McCrackin
3rd best ten ear, subscription to
Southern Cultivator, value $1.00.
Best single ear, $2.00 hat, by Moseley
2nd best single ear, two boxes
smokeless shells, value $1.50, by Sumi
mer Bros. Co., Newberry.
3rd best single ear, subscription to
Southern Farmer, value $1.00.
'In addition to the prizes already
mentioned, every Corn Club boy who
I brings to the Ns-ow eleven ears of
| corn, with a yearly report of work
done on his acre, will be given a nice
i school cap or four-in-hand tie, given
by Superintendent of Education Geo.
I D. Brown and T. IM. Mills.
I I tope that every boy in the club
will be present and enjoy a social day
! -Also, I will take every boy who
comes with report to t?e moving picture
' A c
i we expect an expert nuui v>icmauu
'college to be with us that day to act
jas judge and talk to the boys and
jfarmers; so it is hoped that we w:ll
jhave a good attendance.
I Everybody is invited to come and
see wlat the boys of our county are
| doing. Give them your presence and
encouragement. Remember "Boys
T. M. Mills.
Farm Demonstration Agent Newfoerry
Reedy Kiver Association.
T'/e union meeting of the Reeay River
association will "be held with the
'Enoree Baptist church November 28-29
; 1914', with the following programme:
Saturday, November 28. .
! 10:00 a. m.?Devotional service by
the pastor. W. E. Furcron.
10:15 a. m.?Organization.
11:00 a. m.?Sermon by G. T. Asbill,
or J. M. Trogden.
i 2:00 p. m.?What's the relationship
between the home,'the Sunday school
and the cr.urch??E. Pendleton Jon s,
W. H. Wallace, T. P. Davis and W.
I 3:00 p. m.?The aim of State missions,
by J. Dawson Bowen or T. H.
i 3:30 p. m.?The orphanage, by J. S.
Dcminick, G. C. Riser and 'W. H. Hunt.
Sunday, IV oy ember 29.
10:00 a. in.?Devotional, by G. Y.
j 10: lo a. m.?The problems that coni
^ c ^ c hv T Ti
j 1J UUl til KJ KJ u 11.U.CL + OV/UVV.C, Kfj v. ?.
; Langford and J. T. Whitmire.
i 11:00. a. m.?-Sermon, dv J. X. Booth.
2:00 p. m.?The relationship be;
tween education and Christianity, by
G. C. Riser, W. H. Wallace and W. E.
2:30 p. m.?How s-ould a churcn
member live, by J. S. Dominick, T. P.
'Davis and others.
Every body cordially invited to -ttend
now 10 uive ginmne 10 uimaren,
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; Children take it and never know it is Quinine.
Also especially adapted to adults who cannot
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cause nervousness nor ringing: in the head. Try
it the next time y>u need Quinine for any '"if.
pose. A<k f^r 2 o-irce original package. . le
name H.BRIL,INi? is blown iubottlr. 25 c ..V*
Whenever Vou Need a General Tor?2c ,
i The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic propertiesof QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Biood and :
Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. 1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
I COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
(Commcm. Pleas Court.
j Mary E. Hipp, Plaint:"ff,
Tnomas T. Davenport, Ora L. I)av-;
enport, L Clarence Pitts, and Tne Na- i
; tional Bank of Newberry, of Newberry,;
! S. C., a corporation, Defendants,
i Pursuant to an order of t"je court j
| herein, I wilj sell at public outcry, to j
| the highest bidder, before the court'
house door at Newberry, S. C., at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, on saleday in i
November, 1914, the following tracts,
of land, to wit: (1). All that tract of'
land in Newberry County, State of;
i South (Carolina, containing thirty j
acres, more or less, bounded by lands \
oT A. J. S. Langford, Mrs. Fannie S.!
Maffett, estate of T. J. Grizzard, lands j
of David Pitts, deceased, and of the j
said L. Clarence Pitts; (2). All the;
right, title and interest of the said Ora
L. Davenport in and to that certain ;
tract of land in Newberry County, I
State of \South Carolina, containing <
two hundred twenty-four (224) acres, '
more or less, bounded by lands of1
Dajvid Pitts, deceased, A. J. S. Lang- jj
frirvi .Tnmps "Pitts and lands of the
said Thomas T. Davenport.
Terms oi sale: One-half purchase,
money to be paid in cash balance,
payable one year from day of sale; j
credit portions to be secured by bonds j
of purchasers and mortgages of pre-!
mises sold, bends to bear interest! rom i
I day of sale, and until paid in full, at |
: the rate of eight per cent, per annum,
interest to be payable annually or to.
; become principal anwuavly and bear
I interest at the same rate until paid'
I in (full; the purchasers to have leave
| to anticipate the credit portions, as
a whole or in part, at any time before
; maturity. Said mortgages shall provide
for the payment of ten per cent.
I of the principal and interest on the
* no .TkTfcTV/WT'c? 1 n
cUIIlll'. JLi.'? lUVVl'VCU 09 CH-uvi utj o i\.v.u 1U|
| case of suit or collection through an
j attorney. The mortgages s'hail stipu!
late that if the .purchasers fail to pay
the 'taxes on said premises, the Mas'
ter, or his assigns, may pay said
j taxes, and any penalties incurred
thereon, and reimburse themselves for
j the same, under said mortgages, at
the rate of eight per cent per annum^
from the date of such payments. The
purchasers shall 'be repired to pay to |
, the Master the cash portions of the ;
purchase money immmediately upon !
the acceptance of t-':eir bids and if the
purchasers Tail to comply the Master
i will resell at the risk of tke default'
ing purchasers. The purchaser? to j
' pay for drawing of deeds and mcrt-1
1 gages and recording of mortgages.
u f "DiTroW?
Xi. J-A. iuoai u. i
October 12, 1914.
' STATE OF SO'UTTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
ICommon Pleas Court. ;
Samuel A. Presslv, as Treasurer of |
Erskine College, Plaintiff,
John B Lathan, Anderson Phosphate
& Oil Company, Southern Cotton
Oil Company, Savannah Wooden ware !
Company, William B. Hurst, Millard T.!
' Burgess, John E. Hurst, Henry S. j
tTnret o-n/i Tvii Parens, as nartners !
, under the firm name of John E. Hurst
'& Company, John W. Kih'er and Ar|
thur Kibler, formerly partners in 1
trade under the firm name of J. W. j
j Kibler & Company, Dowell, Helm & :
j Company, Florence M. McCarthey |
Company, E. A. Beall Company. Thej
j Bank of Prosperity, S. C., M. C. Kiser j
Company, ai:.d Smith, Harrison & Com-1
I Pursuant to an order of the court j
|>:erein, I will sell at public outcry be- j
fore the Court House door at Newber- j
ry, S. C., within the leg'*] hor~s of j
sale, to the highest bidder, on Monday, i
saleday, November 2nd, 1914, an un-!
divided one-half interest in the :'ol-;
j lowing described land situate in the I
J Town of Little Mountain, in the coun- J
ty of Newberry, in the State of South ;
Carolina, \iz: all those lots of land i
known and designated as lets No. 8 .
and 9 and the east half of lot No. |
10, on the map of t>':e Town of Little j
j \Ioi ntain recorded at Newberry Court i
Hodse in Book 6. at page 49G, and also
that other lot of land containing nine
and one-half acres, more or less, and J
| bounded by lands of Dr. J. M. Sease, j
IC. F. Lathan. Rev. Wessinger and |
i others; the same being the land con-j
; veyed by John B. Lathan and J. H. j
Wise by deed recorded at Newberry
Court House in Book No. 10, at page
Terms of sale: One-third cash and |
the balance on a credit of one and j
two vears. the credit portion to be se- j
cured b?y a band of the purchaser and !
a mortgage of the premises sold, with '
cent .per annum, interest payable an- ,
j interest from the day of sale and until j
! paid in full at the rate of eight per i
If you spend less t
" I. ?
wurii IUI yuu
You Can Sav<
if you v/ill make u
not get rich sudde
sltion to make qui
If You Would Know the V*
The "Rainy Da]
is prepared for it.
This Bank wel
naually, with a stipulation in said t Doni
mortgage that in case sard bond and inick
mortgage are placed in tfce hands of
an attorney for collection, suit, action Jai
or foreclose, the mortgagor will pay ney
ten per cent of the amount involved, Cook
including principal and interest, as Coue
attorney fees for collection. Purchaa- By
~ rvo o n call
er u; i>a,y ivi p uuu i v>^vi gv.u
H. H. Rikard, 1914,
Master. in th
October 12, 1914. est t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, coun
County of Newberry, one j
Court of Common Pleas. j or
Lucy Wallace, individually andt?e
as administratrix of the personal es- fc0UI1
tate of Frederick R. Wallace, deceas-' ar- q
ed, Plaintiff, ^ q
against ancj ,
A. .]. Gilliam, Andrew Gilliam, Man- perjt
dy Gilliam, Mamie Gilliam, Fred Gil- ' ^n(>v
liam, Lizzie Gilliam, Rutn Gilliam, ' saj(j
Margaret Gilliam; British American ; ^e
Mortgage'Co. Limited; The Newberry 1 c^aS(
Land and Security Co.; E. A. Griffin, > baja]
as surviving partner of the firm of E. ' jmer
A. Griffin & Co., a firm which was 0j e;
composed of E. A. Griffin and B. F. se.cu;
Griffin, Defendants. . j niort
By virtue of an order of the court1 gage
herein, I will sell before the court torn*
house at Newberry, S. C., at public colle
auction to the hig'. est bidder, within $100
the legal hours o>f sale, on Monday," j,js ^
December 7, 1914, the same being to bi
salesday, all that tract, piece or par- purc
eel of land lying and being situate iu , pate
Newberry county, State of South Caro- part,
lina, containing 258-41-100 acres, more and
or less, bounded on the nort'li by
land of the estate of Swain Satter- !
white, on the east by lands of the es- xo
tate of Swain Satterwhite and lands
of Fayette Pitts, on the south by lands STA'
o Mrs. Harriet Harmon and lands of CO
Fayette Pitts, on the west by Mud- v
lie creek, which, separates it from He
lands of Simpson Dominiek, t'^e said
tract to be sold in two tracts, tract G-e
V/-v 1 nf 1i(! o^roc nnr? -T\Y? 2 Loan
L'y KJ, JL \J X. X w UVsAVkJ UUU * ? V* v w - ? ?
of 102 41-100 acres, said lands being .end<
conveyed to Frederick R. Wallace by Pu
The Newberry Land and Security Co., here:
by deed dated March 5, 1912, and re- . the
corded in Book Xo. 19 at page 252. | kous
Terras of sale: One-third of the j o'clo
purchase mofiey to be paid in cash and j Xove
the balance in two equal annual in- j land
stallments, tf.ie credit portion to bearjTow]
interest at 8 per cent per annum from j Caro
day of sale payable annually until j taini
paid in full, bond and mortgage to j boun
provide for 10 per cent attorney's | Blija
ffes on the amount due thereon in j Stree
case of foreclosure or suit: Purchaser j Te
will be required to deposit witfy the j mon<
master $100 immediately on the ac-1 able
r>c>ritn ncu n ' hie hirl p? pviflpnrp of ?Tf)Od i dlt T
l'aith and required to comply with tfre | pure
terms of sale within 10 days, or land ; sold,
will be resold at purchaser's risk on ; sale,
the following salesday. Purchaser to i eight
pay for papers and recording same. he i
H. H. Rikard, prin<
November 16, 1914. pure!
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, part,
County of Xewberrv. ' mort
Court of Common Pleas. ment
Mary Alice Dominick, in her own anid j
right and as administratrix of t'he per- of si
sonal estate of -T. H. Dominick, de- torn*
ceased; Willie Lake Dominick. Vict- the i
oria K'izabef.1 Dominick. Furman T. sure(
han you earn, and
in a bank,
a More Than Y<
p your mind to do
nlv. but will put vc
s ' m. *r
ck and profitable i
ADY MONEY Of
r for a good invesl
slue of Money, Go and Try
never comes to
comes small depos
iRESr IN OUR SAVINGS DE
iwberry, S. C.
inick and Jacob Raymond Dom- the
, Plaintiff, j sig]
against 1 pro
mes P. Cook, Ezra A. Counts, Sid- do
Eugene Cook, Ruby Cook, Annie Ma
Paul f!nr\k nnri Alic?e "Louise ins
its, Defendants. j inc
virtue or an order 'herein I will sel
before the court house at New- gag
r, S. C., on saleday in December, per
the same being the 7th day, with- me
e legal hours of sale, to tfie high- qui
>idder, all that piece or parcel of tioi
lying and being situate in the iat<
ty and State aforesaid containing an*
lunGrea ana ten uiuj acres, more, ine
?ss, the same being located near the
town of Prosperity and being cha
ded now or formerly by lands anc
ick Wheeler, Anderson Nates, E. ga?
ook, J. D. H. Kibler, J. C. Counts
the public road leading from Prosr j
y to Columbia, t?be same beingj C
>'n as the "Home Place" of the ?
J. H. Dominick. , ST.
rms o: sale: One-half of the pur- ' ?
? * i 1
e money 10 De paia in casn, iue (
ice on a credit of 12 months, with *
est from date of sale at ?:e rate:
ight per cent per anniyn, to be J
red by bond of the purchaser and ^ai
gage of the premises, said'mort- ^eT
to provide for ten per ;cent at- Bai
jy's .fees in case of foieclosure or *
ction by suit. Purchaser to pay her
immediately upon acceptance f t0 1
)id, and if he fails to do so land hoi
3 resold immediately at his risk, o'c)
haser will tave leave to anticicredit
portion in whole or in lan
Purchaser to pay for papers lyii
H. H. Rikard, <or
vembrr 16, 1914. : go\
I A! a
rE OiF SOUTH CAROLINA. t Bis
iUXTY OF XEWBBRRY, the
Common Pleas Court. est
^nry C. Holloway, Plaintiff, j 1
against ! mo
orge J. Gallman and Security j paj
l and Investment company, jje- j ait
mts. j of
rsuant to an order of the Court \ mis
in, I will sell at public outcry, to ! day
highest bidder, before the court the
e door at (Newberry S. C., at 11 i int<
ck in the forenoon, on saleday in : fcec
:mber. 1914, the following lot of j int<
to wit: All that lot of land in the j jn
a of Newberry, State of South j to
lina, near Farmers Oil Mill, con- wh<
ng one-half acre, more or less, rna.'
ded by lanas 01 neiinwua luims, i via
h Harris, Hill Street and Morgan : of
*t. j am
rms of sale: One-half purchase j cas
iy to be paid in cash, balance pay-1 att<
one year from day oir sale; ere- j Jat<
?ortion to be secured by bond of (
haser and mortgage oif premises j ter,
bond to bear interest from day of j es,
onri until nairi in full, at rate of i on.
per cent, per annum, interest to j san
)ayable annually or to become of
;ipal annually and bear interest the
e same rate until paid in full, the cha
baser to have leave to anticipate the
credit portion, as a whole or in pur
at any time before maturity. The aco
gage shall 'provide for the pay- j c^a
, of ten per cent, of the principal res
interest as attorney's fees in case pur
.lit or collection t/a rough an at- dra
*y. The mortgage shall require cor
nirohaser to insure and keep in1
from loss or damage by fire C
; RICH '
let your sav
it. You will
*. 1 /\1 f 1M
;uidcu 111 pu- |
nvestment by |
1 CALL i
io Borrow oome.
the man who
buildings on the premises and asci
the policy to the Master and shall
>vide that if the purchaser fail to
go, or tail to pay the taxes, the
ster or his assigns, may pay said
urance and taxes, and any penalties
urred thereon, and reimburse thomves
for the same under the xnort;e
at the rate of eight per cent.
annum from the day of such pagrots.
The purchaser s&all be re- 1
red to pay the Master the cash pora
of ttoe purchase money irnmed?ly
upon the acceptance of his bid '
1 if the purchaser fail to compl/
-* * - - 1. - ~ 111 ,11 ~ i- A.-- ? ^.p
piaster win resen m uu? us& ui
defaulting purchaser. The purser
9hail pay for drawing of deed
I mortgage and recording of mort- <
H. H. Rikard,Master.
)ctober 12, 1914.
A.TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
:OUXTY OF NEWBERRY,
Common Pleas Court.
Aila E. Langford, Plaintiff,
. Forrest Riser, J. M. Foster, The
:ional Bank of dewberry, of Newry,
S. and the NeWberry Sayings A
ik, Defendants. ~
'ursuant to an order or tne court
ein, T will sell at puMic outcry, 4
bhe highest ibid^der, bel.'or* the court 1
ise door at Newberry, S. C, at 11 *
ock in fcbe forenoon, on saleday in
member, 1914, the following tract of
d, to wit: All tihat tract o? land
ig and being situate in t^e county
Newberry, State of South Carolina
Ltaining eighty five acres, more or
s, "bounded by lands of Gee C. &las/"
1? K-rr Ci Jn/MT
v, ianas rorcutrx.i.y u?ucu uj
yer, lands of William Griffin, Alan
ihop, Mrs. Alice Johnson?known as
"iSligh Place" of the said J.. ForRiser,
"erms of sale: One-half purchase
ney to be paid in cast, balance
able one year :rom date of sale; creportion
to be secured by .bond
purchaser and mortgage of preles
sold, bond to bear interest from
of sale, and until paid in full, at
rate of eight per cent, per annum, .
^rest to be payable annually or to J
ome principal annually and bear 1
srest at the same rate until paid
full; the purchaser to have leave
anticipate the credit portion, as a
Die or in part, at any time before
turity. Said mortgage shall pro- ~
e for the payment of ten per cent
the principal and interest on the
ount involved as attorney's fees in
e of suit or collection through an
>rney. Said mortgage shall stipu?
that if the purchaser fail to par
taxes on said premises, the Mas,
or his assigns may pay said taxand
any penalties incurred thereand
reimburse themselves for the
le under said mortgage, at t?? ^ate
eight per cent, per annum, from d
date of such payment. The pur-^B
.ser shall be required to pay toJKl
Master the cash portion of theeB|
chase money immediately upon the
nf his bid and if the tmr
,ser fail to comply the Master will ^
e-11 at the risk of the defaulting
?baser. The purchaser to pay for
wing of deed and mortgage and re- j
ding of mortgage J
H. H. Rikard. J
)ctober 12, 1914. Master. fl