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TRALIZE GOVER>OiO$ UxiDEit
Proclamation Wipes Out National j
Guard?Gives iFriction in Services
as cRason. '
The State, 13th.
Sumter, Jan. 11.?"1 have no statement
to make at the present time,''
said Richard I. Manning, governorfleet,
when asked today if he would
reinstate the companies or tne .\a^./tronal
Guard, after his inauguration.
He said that he would consider the
matter "when officially advised."
p Immediately after the governor had
issued an order yesterday ,mustering
out of service the organized militia of
South Carolina, former officers of the
National Guard launched a movement
to have all of the companies re
instated under the Manning administration.
The proclamation of the governor
was signed yesterday aiternoon at 2
o'clock and a copy was sent to the office
of the secretary of State for cer1
Thirty-one companies, 'made up of
approximately 2,000 officers and men,
are affected by the order.
Telegrams to Washington.
-VLany leiesjitiius v?n c sun. iv |
Washington by the ilitia officers, j
(urging the South Carolina delegation J
in congress to confer with the secre- j
tary of war and ask that no steps be !
taken with reference to property until
an opportunity is given to take the
matter up after the inauguration qi
Richard 1. Manning.
The government property held bv
C:/v?i + V? Pornlina militia is; valllpf] at
(.UC CUUi.il ^
approximately $200,000. if the terms
-r o: the proclamation of the governor j
are carried out, all of this property J
will have to be returned to the war ;
department. 4 ;
The action of the governor follows
a constroversy of more than one year's
standing, witft the chief executive, the j
adjutant general and the United States
secretary of war involved.
W. W. Xoove, adjutant general, sai.l !
f yesterday that he would leave forj
J Washington this afternoon to confer .
with the chief of the division of militia
Text of Proclamation.
Following is the governor's proclamation:
IAiaereas, differences have arisen '
between the secretary of war of the i
United States^!' America and t>?e sec- |
retary of t e navy of th-.* I'nite;! Stat-:1- i
oi America, ana me aajauuu <uiu m- .
L spector general. department of State j
R of South Caro.'ina. and his excellency, j
,f* the governor of the State of South
jar Carolina, who is also commander-in- j
H. chief of the military and naval ?.orces j
the said State of South Carolina:
^Whereas, differences have arisen !
Brcen tue adjutant and inspector \
Bral and the commanding officers !
volunteer militia pi' the said
Rsich have caused serious j
o. discipline in said depart- j
much discord; and,
as, the present governor of
of South Carolina is of the
hat it would be unfair and
his part to turn over to his
in office the militia of trie
South Carolina in its present
?brought about by differreto
ore mentioned, which
very embarrasing to the inJ
4- C ^ ^ /> OfOt A . _t
v coining aannuisiiauuii ua cue omic / > ?
M South (Carolina; and,
W "Whereas, there are many?chief
P among whom is the present eommandk
er-in-ctiief?iwho are of the opinion
W that the State of South Carolina made
^ ' a serious mistake in becoming a part
of the National Guard under what is
commonly known as the 'Dick law;'
"Now, know ye, 1 ... governor of
the State of South Carolina and com
mander-in-chief of the militia of said
State, under and by virtue of the
nower vested in me as the governor of
the State of South Carolina and commander-in-chief
of t'.ie militia of said
State, by the constitution of this State,
the code of laws of this State and th*
constitution of the USnited States of
"Do hereby order and ordain, That
all the militia of the State of South
Carolina, including the 'National
Guard, as now enlisted, and all of the ?
volunteer miiiiia o. the said State of
SoutlJi Carolina be, and they are ,
hereby, dissolved, mustered o:u and
^ . "This order to take effect inmie- I
L Moure Not Worrying:.
a When ask?d yest< rday for a stateH
afent about the disbanding of the or
-..anized militia of the Stale, the adju-;
P^^ant general, W. W. Moore, said:
"1 am not surprised at the govern
or's action in this matter, as it is m
keeping with f|is attitude toward my
department during the last two years.
If the governor gets any gratification
from iis action, I am of the opinion j
that the majority of the officers of the |
organized militia win oe satisnea, too, j
as to its final upshot. So far as I am
concerned individually, it is perfectly
satis.actcrv to me."
Adjt. Gen. Moore will leave this a ternoon
to confer with officers of the I
war department at Washington about
the settlement of the property account
of the organised militia of the State,
the drawing up of whic.i has occupied
the time of the department for some
Col. Legare Active.
? , . ? ~ . . . i
a. i-egare or uoiumDia, colonel o.
the Second in-, antry, said yesterday:
"I have sent night letters to the two i
senators, and several congressmen
from South Carolina, requesting them
to see tue secretary of war and askthat
no action be taken in regard to (
t'ce mustering out by the governor of'
the entire i^ii'itia, until an opportunity
has been given the State to take the
matter up after the inauguration of
the new governor. Also, I have requested
\ arious officers in my regi- J
ment to set in teie-graohic commnniea-i
tion with the congressmen from their
section, urging similar action, and J
have no doubt tnat from the pressure
that will be 'brought to bear on the
secetary cf war through our senators)
sr.d congressmen this order by the!
governor will be ignored as far as
permitted by military procedure.
While the order cf the governor undoubtedly
musters out the entire i
militia o: the State, the new governor!
can if iie sees fit restore the militia |
to the same status as when the pre?- j
ent order was issued."
i ne soma uaronna .National (iuard ;
was reorganized in accordance with
the provisions o the Dick law in 19ui.
There were three regiments. The?
companies were located at Greenville,
Anderson, Laurens. Spartanburg, Fort
Mill, Yorkville, Union, Woodruff. Peizer.
Rock Hill, Columbia, Brookland.
Dennettsville, Orangeburg, Hartsville, j
Darlington, Camden, Edgefield, Tim-1
monsville, Sumter, Charleston, George-j
(town;, Cheraw, Elloree, AMinnsboro. j
The companies of coast artillery were
located at ePaufort, Charleston, Mr.
Pleasant and Georgtown.
Two Old Inscriptions on Marble From!
Mr. P. C. Gaillard, Jr., of the South-!
em Power company, while on the oth- J
er side of Saluda river, near the ls-j
land Ford bridge, coppied iiisc-rip- !
lions from two tombstones of o!d ltai-j
ian marble. The Herald and Xews j
t-^ked him for them as they are inter- i
(. sting enough to be reproduced here, i
The memory of
fnl .lamps Mnvsnn
who died October
age 6?J years
Erected by his children. ? i
(Rose & Stee .)
The memory of
Col. James ;Mayson
who died Sept.
Age 4"r years
Erected by her children.
(Rose & Steelj '
The Peoples National Bank, at Pros- j
perit} in the State; of South (aro-1
Una, at the close of business, I)e- j
comber 31st, 191
Loans and discounts $160,359.72 j:
Overdrafts, unsecured .. .. 470.66 ;<
1'. S. bonds deposited to secure
value) 620.00 :
stock of federal
Less amount un- 1:
paid \ 1,500.00
All other stocks
ium on same. .$3,785.00? 4,085.00 M
Banking house ..SI.639.61 |i
Furniture and fix i;
tures .. ..... 1,7 S 9.4 S? 3.429.09 |
Other real estate owned... 1,015.67 ! i
Due from :ederal reserve
bank 1,700.00 .
Due from approved reserve ji
agents in central reserve ! i
mie :rom uanKs ana uanii- :
ers (other than above) .. 822.82 :
Outside checks and
other cash items$158.74 ]
Fractional cr.rren- 1
c*y ? L'3o.7S j
v hecks on banks in the j r
same city or town as reporting
bank 14.5;) U
Notes of other national I
banks 400.00 .
Federal reserve notes .... 20.00 | (
Lawful money reserve in <
Redemption fund with U. S.
treasurer (not more t an
5 per cent on circulation
Capital stock paid in $ 25,000.00
Surplus fund ... 4,000.00 j
Undivided profits 7,243.21!'
Reseii.ed for ...$7,243.21
Less current expenses,
paid 7,195.39? J
Circulating notes 6,250.00 j
Due tQ banks and bankers
(other than above) 401.42 j
Dividends unpaid 12.00 j
Individual deposits subject
to check 3,556.57 ;
Cashier's checks outstanding
Deposits with notice of less
than 30 days 35,929.S2
Deposits subject to 30 or
more days' notice 116.177.2S
Eills payable, including ob
money borrowed 5,000.00
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,ss:
1, R. :r. Pugh, cashier of the above-1
named bank, do solemnly swear thai!
the above statement is true to the J
best of my knowledge and belief.
R. T. Pugh,
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 12 day o. January, 1915.
A. B. iWise,
Notary Public, j
J. A. C. Kibler,
D. B. Cook,
Wm. A. Moseley,
STATIZi OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY O? NEWBERRY.
Court of Common Pleas.
Ames S. Wells,. Plaintiff,
Sam P. Crotwell, Defendant. j
Pursuant to an order of the cour: j
herein, I will sell at public outcry, to jj
i.ie highest bidder, be ore the court j
house door at Xewberrv, S. V., within j
tbe legal hours of sale, on salesuay
ill February, 19].">, the following jot i
of land, to wit: All that lot o. land i
l.*ing near the Mollo. on mill, known!
as spearman row. partly wi/iin and'
part.y without t.ie corporate limits'
of the town of Newberry, on the road'
from Newberry to Prosperit}, contain-,1
ing two and one-naif acres, more or j
less, and having seven tenant houses j
thereon, bounded by lands of George 1
M. Shealy. deceased, .Mrs. Clara M. tMc
Crarv, A. B. Atwood, and by a street!i
separating said lot from lot of or 11
formerly of .J. T. McCul lough. i'
Terms of sale: One-third o. the pur- |,
chase money to be paid in caso, the j j
balance to be payable in equal install -1 j
ments in one and two year from day (
of sale; credit portion to be secured i
by bond o; purchaser and mortgage (
of premises sold, bond to bear inter- ]
est from day of sale, and until paid 1 (
in t full, at the rate of eigh;
per cent per annum interest to be
payable annually and bear in- i
terest to be payable annually or to be- j
come principal annually and bear in; (
terest at the same rate until paid <
in full, the purchaser jus have leave z
tr. anhVir.atP ar anv rfniP. the credit L
portion, in whole or in part. irhe1;
mortgage to pro.ide for the payment'i
of ten r>er cent, of the principal and 11
intere> as attorney's fees in case of c
suit or collection through an attor- j \
ney, and it also shall provide that if ! i
the first installment, or any part I j
thereof, or any interest due, is not j *
paid when due, the whole amount o" j r
said bond and mortgage, with interest, j \
attorney's fees, costs, insurance, taxes,! t
as therein provided, shall become due, c
and payable at once. The mortgage j g
shall require the purchaser to insure ;c
i.nd keep insured from loss or damage t
by fire the buildings on the prentises r
snd assign the policy to the master L
and sh?ll provide that if the purchaser i
r'ai! to do so, or fail to pay the laxes, 11
[lie master or his assigns, may pay \ \
rrJd insurance and taxes, and any ! t
penalties incurred thereon, and re- ' r
imburse t'emselves for, the same un- a
:ier the mortgage at tae rate cf eight t
per cent, per annum from the day of c
>uch payments, the purchaser shall bo t
required to pay the master the cash u
portion of the purchase mon'^y immediately
upon the acceptance of his
bid, and if the purchaser fail to com
!y, the :;:aitea> will r< s? : 1 ar t:i
'i^i; oi the de auiting purchaser, 'i'iie
urehas^r to pay l'or drawing of ?ieed
ind mortgage and recording of mortgage.
'Said lot c-f land is resold at the risk
the former purchaser in the abovo
H. H. Rikard, '
January 14, 1915.
JI 'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Court of Common Pleas.
Henry H. Blease, Plaintiff,
Mrs. Maggie S. Havird and B. M.
Havird, De endants.
By virtue of an order passed by his
Honor, Frank- B. Gary, circuit judge
of l e Eighth Judicial Circuit, in the
court of common pleas for said county
and State, in the above entitled
cause, 1 wall sell before the court
bouse door at Newberry court house,
Xewberry county, South Carolina, at
public auction, to the highest bidder,
within the legal'Tiours of sale, 011
salesday in February, 1915, (the same
being; the first day of said month) the
following real estate, to wit:
All piece, parcel or plantation
of land, lying and being in the county
of Newberry, State :J oresaid, containing
one hundred and one (101)
acres, more or less, and bounded by
lands of G. T. Blair, lands of D. G.
Livingston, lands of Bluford Butler,
lands of Mrs. S. E. Long, and public
road leading from Newberry to steel
Driage, ana pernaps oiuerwise,?same
being the identical tract of land conveyed
to Mrs. .Maggie S. Havird on November
29th, 1912, by B. M. Havird.
(Terms cf .sale: One-half of the
purchase price to b? paid in cash, the
balance on a credit of 12 months from
the day of sale, the credit portion to
be evidenced by tee purchaser's bond
and to bear interest at the rate of
eight per cent per annum until paid
in full, and said bond to pro.ide for
the payment of ten per cent of the
amount due thereon as attorney's fees
if the same is collected by an at
s~\t cm'f r\T> Aonra coi.'l
IU1 Iirj w 1 uj OUl l ^ I iV/i ^.VlUCUA v.,
bond to be secured by the purchaser's
mortgage of the premises; the purchaser
at such sale will be required
to deposit with the master immediately
upon bidding in the premises the
sum of two hundred ($200.00) dollars,
as evidence of his good faith, and
ihe purchaser must comply with the
terns of sale in full within ten days
S'.ter date of sale; if the terras of
sale are not complied with the premises
to be resold by the master at the
iormer purchaser's risk; purchaser to
pay for papers, revenue stamps and
H. H. Rikard,
Master for Newberry County, South
January 14th, 19l.r>.
STATE OF SOTTH CAROLINA,
COl'NTY OF NEWBERRY.
Court o Common Pleas.
G. W. Summer and C. R. Wise, as
partners trading and doing business
under the firm name o: the Summer
?\'ise Stack company. Plaintiffs,
Edmund Abrams and Lalla R. Simmons,
By virtue of an order of tiie court
ixerein, I will sell at public auction
before the court house door at Newberry,
S. C., on Monday, the first day
31 February, 1915, to the highest bidder,
within "the legal hours of sale, all
:hat tract, piece or parcel of land lying
and being situate in Newberry
:-ounty. State of South Carolina, confining
two hundred and thirteen
(213) acres, more or less, bounded
jy lands of William Johnson, Lorenzo
D. Albrams, William -Mars and
Mrs. Lee Shaw.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, the
alance in two equal annual installments
the cfredit portion to be secured
by bond of the purchaser and mortgage
of the premises sold; said bond
tnd mortgage shall provide ior inter?st
at the rate of eight per cent per
innum from the day of said sale, pay
tble annually till paid in full, and for
en per cent attorney's fees in case
>f suit or collection by an attorney,
vith leave to the purchaser to anticipate
the credit portion in whole or
n part. The purchaser will be requirto
deposit with the master immediately
upon the acceptance of his |
;id one hundred dollars as evidence
)i good faith', and will be further re- |
.uired to comply with the terms of;
;aid sale within ten days after the j
late o: said sale; and in case he fails i
o deposit one hundred dollars im-|
nediately upon the acceptance of his I
id, the master will resell said prem- j
ses on the same salesday, and in case ;
he said purchaser fails to comply
vitli the terms of said sale within
en days after date of said sale, tae i
master vril 1 resell the said premises
iter due and legal advertisement on
ome subsequent salesday at the risk
the former purchaser. Purcaaot.
o pay ror papers and recording same (
nd for revenue stamps.
H. H. Rikard, j
.January 14, 1915.
; What Then??The Familv Suf
fers, the Poor Mothers Suffer?Mrs.
This Distressing Situation.
. Collinsville, 111.?"I suffered from a
nervous break-down and terrible head- j v
aches, and was tired all over, totally j y
j worn out and too discouraged to enjoy j
I life, but as I had four in family and ;
, sometimes eight or nine boarders, I kept v
j on working despite my suffering. 2
" I saw Vinoi advertised and decided ! i
to try it, and within two weeks I
noticed a decided improvement in my i
. condition and now I am a well woman. ;
| ?Mrs. Ana Becker, Collinsville, 111. j s
There are hundreds of nervous, run- 1 *
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i who are hardly able to drag around and j $
! who we are sure would be wonderfully j
benefited by Vinci as Mrs. Becker was. !
I : (
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j vicinity to try a bottle of Vinol on our
| guarantee to return their money if it
tails to benefit
GILDER AND WEEKS DRUGGISTS
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Should Have Their
| Examined before bei":gtaxed by
study. Defects mayte remedied
then that if left alone may cause
; mnch distress in after years.
Dr? F. C. Martin
| guarantees satisOffice
above Anderson's Dry
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Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
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Any Age, Yo
Fat or Good
I will pay cash for good
I pounds or over; height fr
j Summer-Wise Sto
Newberry, Tuesday & We
| AND .
j A. G. Wise
DR. J. C.
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Up in Despair. Husband
Came to Rescue.
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vrites as follows: "I suffered for four
ears, with womanly troubles, and during
his time, I could only sit up for a little
vhile, and could not walk anywhere at
ill. At times, I would have severe pains
n my left side.
The doctor was called in, and histreatnent
relieved me for a while, but I was
;oon confined to my bed again. After
hat, nothing seemed to do#me any good.
4 ? * ? - J
i had gotten so weak i couia noi sxana,
md I gave up in despair.
At last, my husband got me a bottle of
3ardui, the woman's tonic, and I com nenced
taking it. From the very first
dose, I could tell it was helping me I
:an now walk two miles without its
tiring me, and am doing my work."
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* i 1 ? A irr/Yicf hoc
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