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BROGON STRIKE SETTLED
AND WILI RESUME WORK
HELP AM) MANAGEMENT HAVE
REACHED AN AGREEMENT.
Both JSides Seem to be Pleased Over
Outcome of the Anderson
Anderson, Xov. 23?After being idl? |
for eleven weeks, because of a strike i
among the help, the Brogon mills will
resume operations at 1 o'clock next
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?*XUJLIU<I >. i ms> was ueuiuier> ueieimined
at a conference between the
conciliators and the mill help, which I
was held Monday afternoon at
o'clock. Immediately following the
conference President Jas. P. Gossett
announced that the mill would he put
in readiness immediately, and work jo i
ihis end was commenced at 1 o'clock
A conference between the conciliators
and the help was held on Sunday,
when the conciliators made known a
proposition, which, if accepted, would
mean a resumption of work. The help
stated they would take the proposition
under advisement, and would reach an
agreement on Monday. Three conferences
were held Monday, each conference
bringing the manufacturers and
the help closer together. At the last
oniei.-nee x was stated that the differences
had been amicably settled,
and that both sides were ready and
willing to go back to work.
'The agreement reached at the conference
held at 6:30 oclock last night
provides in substance that the mill1
will resume work at 1 o'clock next
Monday afternoon; that the mill shall
oe put in thorough readiness during
ihe remainder of this week by a sufficient
number of employes to be seeoted
by the superintendent necessary
for same, all to bo white hands, except
mat colored help will be used in
any scouring or scrubbing or cleaning
toilets. That the pickets and tents
upon the Brogon mill property be removed
by 9 o'clock this morning. This
was done by 8 o'clock. That ten oper
atives now living on the mill property
shall remove therefrom during the
The back rent due for homes in the
<village was also satisfactorily arranged.
The help and management of the
mill greatly appreciate the good serTices
rendered by Mr. H. E. Thompson,
Mr. John B. Colpoys and Mr. Chas.
Bendheim in bringing about the settlement.
They have expressed their
appreciation in unmistakable words.
EDISTO ISLAND FARWEIJ
BRUTALLY SLAIN WITH ( U H
John M>fonkPv Fifth Whib IfinnVwU
Victim of Thanksgiving Week
in Son-;h Carolina.
Charleston, Nov. 24.?A icurdor iha;
has greatly aroused che people of Edisto
Island was brought t?* light yesterday
at noon when the body of John McConkey,
a prcminen: farmer of tba
seaside section of the island, was
found at the stables of plantation
by a servant who had gon: to food the
stock. Xo trace of the pern.^rrator of
the crime has been found, and bloodhounds
may be brought i:o assist in ap
prehending the guilty person )r persons.
Robbery was the mot:"-- ot ihe
crime, which was apparently committed
about 11 o'clock Monday n:uht after
Mr. McConkey had missed a steamer to
CharU-ston at *he boat <andirg some
istance from his home, an.i ha-1 driven
back to his stables and p it up "-.ne
mule he was driving.
The mr^fWed man was known to
have carried considerable myaev on
his person and to have intended a trip
o Charle-. ton. He drove* to the boat
'^p pv~ning. and after missing
his boat, talked a while with Dr.
Lea until abojit 9 o'clock, when he
"began the return trip home. The driv*
would ordinarily take about two hours
~oid it Ls believed that he was attacked
ooon after arriving at his stables a'nd
putting up his mule.
His skull was crushed in with some
blunt instrument and his jawbone
orcken. His throat had been cut?
whether before or after the blow on
his head is not known. All his pockets
were rifled. A nickle plated watch
which he carried was untouched.
The victim was a man of means and
was about 65 years old. He has farmed
on the seaside section of Edisto Island
several years, having settled tlu-re af
ci v-uiiiiiig iiuiii v_<siiciua. ne is survived
by a sister and brother in Ontario,
Canada, who have been notified
of his death. The funeral will be held
t 4 o'clock this afternoon.
nvigorating to the Pate anc*
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Oi the Condition of the Commercial
Bank, located at Newberry, S. C., at
the ( lost* of business November 10th,
Loans and discounts $480,314,581
I rivfrflra ft? o.232.57 i
, Real estate owned 16,072.25
! Due from banks and bankers 78,792.17
! Currency 6.962.00
| Gold 2,245.00
| Silver and other minor coin 1,466.69
j Checks and cash items 1,402.3-5
Capital stock paid in $ 50,000.00
Surplus fund 40,000.00
Undivided profits, less current
expenses and taxes
? - oo >11/? or
Due to banks and bankers.. 4,038.86
Dividends unpaid 2,069.00
Cashier's checks.. 187.42 437,96(3.50
Bills payable, including certificates
for money borrowed
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Newberry, ss:
Before me came J. Y. McFall, cashier
of the above named bank, who
being duly sworn, says that the above
and foregoing statement is a true condition
of said bank, as shown by the
books of said bank.
J. Y. McFALL.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 17th day of November, 1915.
R. L. TARRANT,
Jno. M. Kinard,
J. H West,
F. Z. Wilson,
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XOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
Having decided to devote my whole
attention to my ;hop business. I will
sell on salesday in December, 1915,
which will be the 6th day of the month,
in front of the new court house door,
i r> 11"* r? f r\w r-t r\ F V AU'Knr r nrlio t nUr I
in Liit. ui un * ; , iniiiicmaLcij
after the master's sales, a public auction,
twenty acres of land, situated and
being in the town of Silverstreet, Newberry
couniy, South '.Carolina, adjoining
the lands of D. G. Livingston, Mrs.
B. M. Havird, H. 0. Long, D. L. Ham
J ^ ~ ~ 4,-u?
ana yemaps omenMse.
iTerms of Sale: One-half of the purchase
money cash on the day of sale,
and the residue thereof payable twelve
months after date, with interest from
date, the deferred payment to be evidenced
by the note and mortgage of the
purchaser. Purchaser to pay for execution
of the papers, proper revenue
stamps and recording fees.
G. TOM BLAIR.
November 15, 1915.
State of South Carolina.
County of Newberry.
By 1C. C. Schumpert, Probate Judge:
Wnereas, W. H. Suber made suit to
me to grant him letters of administration
of the estate and effects of Mrs
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred j
and creditors of the said Mrs. Texana
Suber, deceased, that they be and appear
before me, in the court of probate,
to be held at Newberry, S. C., on November
24 next, after publication hereof,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to J
show cause if any they have, why the 1
said administration should not be
Given under my hand this 10th da.r
of November. A. D. 1915.
C. . SCHUMPERT, '
J. P. N. C.
SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT,
The undersigned will sell at public
outcry, to the highest bidder, before
the court house door at Newberry, S.
C., on salesday in December, 1915, being
the 6th day of said month, immediately
after the sales of the master,
the following described real estate,
All that piece and parcel of land in
'.he town of Newberry, county of New
berry, state ot soutn uaronna, containing
one-half (*?) of one acre, more
or less, bounded on the north by
Boundary street, which street it fronts,
on the east by lot of W. B. Timmermann,
on the south by lot of James F
Epting; and on the west by lot of Thos.
E. Epting; said lot has located thereon
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five rooms. This hou?e and lot is well J
located in a good residence section or j
the town of Xewberry.
Terms o!' sale.: One-half of the pu.--'
chase price to b? paid in cash, the bal-1
ance on a credit of twelve months, th<^
credit portion to be evidenced by note
of the purchaser, bearing interest ai
eight per cent per annum from date
of sale, and containing the usual stipu- j
lation of *en per cent attorneys' fees, j
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is to besecured by the purchaser's
mortgage of the premises; purchaser
to pay for the execution of
papers, required revenue stamps
and recording fees; purchaser
shall have the right, if he so desires,
to pay all or any part of the credit por- j
tion in cash. Purchaser will be re-f
quired to deposit with our attorneys,
Blease & Blease, immediately upon
bidding in ?aid property, the sum of one
hundred dollars as an evidence of hi?
good faith and as a guarantee that h-j
will comply with the term5 of sale
within five days of the date of sale.
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covered by mortgages to J. L. Burns,
the Commercial Bank of Newberry, S.
C., and the Newberry Savings Bank.
Hpon compliance with the terms of
sale by the purchoser, the amount of
the purchase price will be applied to
the discharge of said mortgages and
rhe purchaser will be given possession
of said premises free of all liens and
.Amy further information desired as
to the said property, or as to the title
of the same can be had from Blease
MRS LENA WHITMAN,
E. M. SCHUMPERT,
IV! RS. LIZZIE SCHUMPERT.
Newberry S. C., November 12, 1915.
>OTICE TO CREDITORS.
All and singular the creditors of the
late 'Madison Pitts are hereby required
to render in and establish their demands
before me in the case of the
Newberry Savings Bank, plaintiff,
against Sarah A. Pitts as executrix,
etc., of Madison Pitts, deceased, etc,
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a,i., ueienuaiits, on w ut-iuic wvember
25th, 1915, and are enjoined from
nrosecutins: their demands elsewhere
than in said action now pending in the
probate court for Newberry county,
Newberry, S. C.
C. C. SCHUMPERT.
Judge of Probate for Newberry Co.
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