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SHATE OF SOOTH CAROLINA?
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY?rCOURT 0
OF COMMON PLEAS.
L W. C. iSiaiocK,
w By order of the .court herein, I will L
3sell to the higest bidder, before the 0
court house at :NawJberry, within the B
H> legal hours of ?ale, on salesday in
IV October, 1915, all that lot of land sit- ^
r nate, lying and being in the county ^
and State aforesaid, containing one- ~
half (1-2) acre, more .ox less, .and c
bounded by lots- of George Pressley,
R. 3E3L Williams and &. C. Williams, S
1 the same being that lot convened to c
Edward Satterwhite by the said L. W
Blalaek on the 6th day oi April, 1895,
hy his deed of conveyance.
) Terms of sale: All of the purchase g
5>rice to fce paid in cash and the pur?
cnaser to pay i^r p<?pcie <*uu ,
tie purchaser immediately upon tlie p;
premises being sold to him shall de- ^
posit with tile Master the sum of one ^
hundred dollars as an evidence of his ^
good faith, and in the event of his
failure so to do, the Master will without
further notice immediately resell | g
the premises at the risk of the said q
H. ZIKAHD; Master.
Sept S, 1915.
.STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA? S
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY?(COURT
OF COMMON PLEAS.
| E. B. Blease, 0:
TTirwmfli; T.ison Dobbins and Imogene ^
^ S. Dobbins. j ^
By order of the court herein, I will j
sell to the highest bidder before the; ?
k court house at Newberry, within the c,
legal hours of sale, on saleday in Oc-1
tober, 1915, all that piece, parcel and r
plantation of lard lying and being sit- r\
uate in Newberry co.njjr, State of
South Carolina, containing eighty-fi.c
" (85) acres, more or less, and being
bounded now, or formerly, by lands
of J. M. Epting, lands of E. P. (Mat- thews,
or Mrs. E; P." Matthews, lands ?
I o: Geo. A. 'Epting, and by Bush river
W ?the same being the lands formerly
y owned by James N. Dobbins and de[
vieed by him to Mary C. Dobbins, Wilis?
o TVvKKinc an/I Thomas Lison
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, Dobbins, the interest of the said Mary
f C. Dobbins and William S. Dobbins
having been conveyed to the said a
C> Thomas Ligon Dobbins.
Terms of sale: The purchaser will ^
\ be required to pay all of his bid in
; j i cash, and immediately upon the ac- t(
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ceptance of the purchaser a uiu uc c
shall pay to the master $100 and upon
his failure to do so the master will ^
$ then and there resell the premises
at said purchaser's risk, and if the ?
' said purchased fails to comply with e
ffct the terms of sale herein the master 0
"will resell the said premises on the n
following salesday at the risk of the a
former purchaser. Purchaser to' pay
. for papers and stamps.
\ H. H. RIKARD, Master. o
||j Sept. 9. 1915.
JiOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. i!
Nnotice is hereby given that the un- a
-dersigned will make final settlement s
of the estate of George A. Langford, ^
deceased, in the probate court for New- 0
, herrv county, State of South Carolina, *
on Monday. September 27, 1915, at 11
B o'clock in the forenoon, and will im- f
mediately thereafter apply to the judge ' j
^ of probate of Newberry county tor a
fe final discharge. All persons indebted
to the said estate will make immediate j
settlement witf: the undersigned, and
K1 r,prsons holding claims against the
estate will present the same duly
WUtested. ?m. Smith Langford,
ni?r to keep him
5 Cure 50c \
to Cure Quickly y
, .REFUND THE C#?T X
R TIME LOST
. II Will WIMIIBII I III II I I II II I I
f the condition of the >ewberry Sayings
Bank, located at >"ewberry, 8.
C1., at the Close of Business Sent, 2.1
*?- tv n04 j
oans and discounts. fi.i.i,voi<vi
onds and .stocks owned by
the -bank 820.89
urniture and fixtures 3,529.00
U':er real estate owned.. .20,816.00
'ue from foaitks and bankers 9,743.23
urrency ... lr337.G0
ilver and otier minor coin <600.88
hecks and ca&la items 152,35
apital stock paid in $ 50,000.00
iirnlna fund 12,500.00
ndivided profits, less current
expenses and taxes
>ue to banks and bankers.. 4,058.76
'ividends unpaid 49.00
avings deposits.. 75,661.28
asnier's checks.. 56.97 99,388.40
ills payable, including certificates
for money borrowed
TAITE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Newberry, ss:
Before me came E. A. Griffin, cashier
E tie above named bank, who, being
uly sworn, says that the above ,and
>regoing statement is a true condition }
f said bank, as s'fcown by the booL/
f said bank.
E. A. Griffin.
wcrn to before me this 9th day c;
ept., 1915. !
(L. S.) B. A. Bominick,
Notary Public for S. C.
E. B. Copeland,
C. E. Summer,
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rst dose convinces. Here is wlbat
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BATTLE IN CHIEF
rtT TO BE FOUGHT
GOV. MANNING LOOKS TO ALL fct)Ol>
CITIZENS FOK BACKING.
Prohibitionists Are Warned That lie
Victory of Tlieir Cause Is Winning
of First Round Only. . .. .
Richard I. Manning, governor of
South Carolina, kept himself informed
of tJifl tron/1 r?f thp plpption last night
U1 til L A U VA tu v v ^ - w
and studied with keen interest the telegraphic
returns displayed by The
State. Late in the evening he issued
upon request a tatement, as follows,
regarding the outcome.
At this time it seems that the people
of the State have voted for prohibition
bv a decisi.e majority. The
people have spoken?the law will govern.
The prohibtionists have won the
first round in this fight. I want to
say to them that this fight is not com
I pleted. but the most important part 01
I the battle has j?ist begun. 'The de!
termination of the success of the fight
will now depend on them and me. I
will look to the prohibitionists- and to
all other good citizens for their active
assistance. By this I mean I want
information, by affidavit or statements
which I can use in prosecutions, of
violations of the law in the courts so
as successfully to prosecute and infBct
the penalty which the law prescribes'
for infractions of law, and not
simply to furnish me with rumors and
unsubstantiated statements which can
not help me to bring violators to just!
During the campaign last summer I
pledged myself to the enforcement of !
law and order. The people then j
spoke in no uncertain terms, and during
the few mpnths I have been governor
I have endeavored to fulfill that
and > all other promises to the best of
The sovereign people of South Car-!
olina, in whom is 'vested all authority,!
have again spoken, and by their votes,
have declared that' alcoholic liquors!
shall not be sold in this State.
I BELIEVE IX THE RULE OF
THE PEOPLE, and.as their servant,
entrusted with a commission direct j
from them to enforce all laws, I desire'
to state that WITH THE HELP OFj
GOD AND THE SUPPORT OF THE
PEOPLE, 'THE LAWS SHIALL BE ENFORCED
SO LONG AS I AM GOVERNOR.
I fully recognize the fact that the i
enforcement of law is a "man's job,"|
but with the support of the people IT |
SHALL BE DONE.
I shall continue to do my duty.
Richd. I. Manning,
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bandages that make a package out of
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it also for bunions and warts.
"Gets-It" is sold at all druggists, 25c
a bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence
& Co.. Sold in Newberry and recommended
as the world's best corn rem-J5
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GERMAN I ANXIOUS i,
TO BE FRIENDLY;
DESIRES BETTER RELATIONS
WITH AJIfcKll A.
United States Ambassador Confers j
With Foreign Minister on
Berlin. S'fpt. 13 (via " London).?
American Ambassador Gerard had a
long conversation this evening with
Herr von Jagow, the German minister
- * e ? ~ ^ -FFni^r. "TPViyv ^icflnccinn
<JI ID!fI??JI CLILG1 i C5. I UC UiOV/Uwgivw
not specifically concern the submarine j
question, nor was it evoked by any j
; new developments, but it was indicat-1
f ed after the conference that both the
imperial chancellor and the foreign
minister are endeavoring to improv? j
Prominent and well informed per- j
sonages in Berlin express the belief
that diplomatic and military leaders
in Germany are doing their utmost to
prevent a recurrence of misunderstandings
and incidents in the submarine
campaign which heretofore have
clouded those relations and to eliminate
as far as possible the chances of
torpedoing ships under conditions to
which the United States objects.
It is pointed out, however, that they
are working under difficulties, particularly
in view of the keenness and
ambition of the naval officers and pub
lie opinion, which is proud of tne sudmarine
achie.ement and is quick to
protest against any open indication of
a backdown. ?
The reflex of this attitude can be
seen in the press,, from which an acrimonious
and abusive tone toward
Americans of late has been conspicuously
absent. Thi6 is shown particu
larly in the comment on the Dumba
incident, almost all the papers wljich
comment admitting frankly and with01$
bitterness that the United States
is justified in the action it has taken
and pointing out that it need not affect
Austro-American relations although
at the same time attempting to
excuse Dr. Dumba through his patriotic
interest in Austro-Hungarian
workers. Little is heard upon tne
munitions question, and some comment
is in a friendly tone. .
FIRST LINE >Y0> SAYS MR, LEVER
Congressman Comments on Outcome
The State. ;
<v*?a/?ic.w\ov% A L.1 T atta** wrVi rv nro I
cociiitxii i:. vruu 0.0 i
in Columbia last night to address the}
Luther league of St. "Paul's Lutheran!
church, said, when asked for an expression
upon the outcome of the election:
"The result is gratifying, but not
surprising. The light vote is at least j
as much as I expected, knowing a? I j
do that this is the busiest season ofl
the i.vear with farmers. The stay-athcme
vote can not be attributed to
any weakness in the prohibition lineup.
As. many prohibitionists failed to!
vote as did local optionists. The reg-.
istration certificate and tax receipt
requirement, added to the busy season
with the fanners, reduced sthe vote.
"Enough is developed by this elec- j
tion 10 demonstrate conclusively that
ihe people of this State are determined
to try Statewide prohibition as- a meth- i
od of liquor control. The fight may
net be ended, but the first line of battle
has been won and the taste of blood
has just put the prohibitionists in
good fighting trim for whatever may
come in the future."
Mr. Lever is resting at his home in
Special Meeting of the Stockholders -of
the Columbia, dewberry and lanrens
Railroad Company for the Purpose
of Applying to the Secretary of State
for an Amendment to the Charter of
-\ULiLC lin CWf w j v n Uiui ia. ^ ,
meeting of the stockholders of the Columbia,
Newberry and Laurens Railroad
company will be held at the office
of the company, 1124 Taylor street,
Columbia, S. C., on Tuesday, the 19th
day of October, 191', at 12:30 o'clock
p. m., for ihe purpose of authorizing
an application to be made
to the Secretary of State of the State
of South Carolina, under Sections 28S2
and 28S3 of Volume 1 of the Code of
Laws of South Carolina of 1912, and
other provisions of the law of South
Carolina, for an amendment to the
charter of the corporation expending
it perpetually, with all of the rights,
powers and privileges now enjoyed and
subject to all of the liabilities.
J. F. LIVINGSTON',
(Corporate) President, j
( Seal ) ,C. P. SEABROOK,
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"One of our salesmen
value of the Long Distance
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He was at Huntsville,
Ala., and upon his-own
responsibility put in
ifteen merchants within t
1 & 4 ( &
r he had sold 2100 barrels
us of less than six dollars.
ipplied the Long Distance
;ature of our business with
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X ne service is nnc, me
there is more satisfaction
:lephone talk than in hall
HMBIA. S. C.
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Doan's Kidney Pills and they made
me much better in every way." (Statement
given March 21, 1911.)
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