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?BEOYILIE WOMAN |
KILLED UY AUTO
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aagin. aged 78. of Park Place, was
struck and almost instantly killed last
night about o'clock by ;ui automobile,
reported to have been occupied
l?y several persons whose identity had
xrot become known to the police as
the death-dealing car, said by witness
? Wra-i?a witltlir> or O t Ck h 1 fll rat.?
'Cw> w uatc UCSU 1 uuiliu^ uv u >..ou -
<jf speed, did not stop after the accident.
Mrs. Jarnagin. walking with her
?ome companion, Miss Rosa Dickson,
-also an elderly woman, was returning
from church, along the Rutherford
road, and before Miss Dickson said
she could realize what had happened
Mrs. Jarnagin was dragged about
twentv-five feet and the r'npidlv dis,
\ appearing car dashed its way down
VlO TXST-Orl ctrppt
The crash, the rattle of the shattered
glass drowned by the humming
motor awakened Russell Cushman
who was just dozing to sleep in
3iis home nearby. As he made "his
*fay to the street George Davis a
joang man who was returning from
church hurried to the lifeless body
of the aged woman. As she lay gasp,
, lug for her last breath blood formed
fn elots over the right eye almost
concealing the ugly gash just above
aad to the right of her nose. She
drew another breath of agony, and
? 3 /?%? <nA*?PAr?CI
flexpirea a iew ilkjluchls aut-i pciduuj
had placed her frail form on a bed
gTass, in a nearby yard.
Mr. Cushman immediately notified
the police department and Sheriff
Ractor. Officers were soon on tiie
scene, but the unknown touring car
had sped its way to the healms of
mystery.
In the excited crowd that gathered
? ? J T> nnn AVOAW O f\ Afflr .
ZIUUU JllSS Xiusa VIVftCi ovu, au ui
'tome with grief that she could scarce^
Jy collect her nerves to relate clearly
the retails of the tragedy* as she
had seen them. She told that Mrs.
Jarnagin was walking along the edge
the ribbon pavement on Rutherford
road, near where a series of
small stores owned by Messrs. Stone
Ifeced the road. They had little time
to see the car as it made the bend.
said sl\e faintly remembered
ga&bing for her companion, and the
next she found herself picking up a
liat.' Down the road some distance
She tody lay.
^Some literature was picked up
aiear the edge of the pavement, in-rfkaline
where the woman was
:struct. A close inspection of the |
l?vement, with the aid of a flash- ]
ligkt revealed to the officers signs of
irtiere the tires had treaded from the j
road to the concrete. Near there,
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| Assistant Chief C. M. Thompson picked
( up particles of a broken electric globe
und other glass which led him to the
conc.jsion that the death-dealing cai
j was electrically lighted.
From a negro, who claimed to have j
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j seen the automoDiie pass at a m6u(
j rate of speed, Chief Thompson gained j
the impression that it was on OverI
l-:ind touring car. The negro also
j said the car was occupied by several
men and he could not say whether
_ there were any women inmates.
I Mr. Davis, wno was uie mai iu (.iiv
rescue of the body, told the officers
' that he though it was an Overland
J car. Asked if the car was running as
I fast as 30 miles an hour, Mr. Davis
said "It was going faster than that."
! He could not distinguish any of the
' occupants, because the car, he said, j
"was traveling so fast and it was!
mnrtprateiv dark where it passed."
LIQUOR RECEIPTS
FAST INCREASING
Express Company, it is Said, Wift
Enlarge Space For Handling
Hipments,
The State.
To such an extent have grown the
weekly receipts of gallon packages
of whiskey by the Southern Express
company in Columbia that they exi
pect in the near future to renovate
the rear of their building on Lady
! street and remodel it into a departj
ment to be devoted exclusively to the
j handling or tne wmsKey smypeu ?.?
| Columbia through them.
i Although the figures are not offi|
cial, it is said that aOout 3,000 gallons
of whiskey are received at this office
; weekly. Monday is the largest day
! and approximately 800 gallons are
! delivered on that day. "Almost any
day lines may foe seen formed on
their way up to the money order window.
Most of those in line have selfaddressed,
already-stamped envelopes
| into which the majo.?lty of the money
! orders go. It is estimated that about.
I half the receipts are called for by
women, mostly negroes.
The remodeling of the rear of the
express building has not been brought
about entirely by the large amount
i o! the gallon packages received there,
however, for it is the intention of the
I company to replace the horse deliv!
ery wagons with motor trucks at an
j eirly date and it is the stables which
' will be turned into an office for the
I handling of the gallon packages.
Cu?c? umj wros, Otna. iteoseiacs Won't
The worst cases, no matter of how long staging
xre cured by Mie wonaerfu', oki reliable Dr
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Thomas H. Peeples, now attorney
general.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NBvtfBERRY,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS,
f George W. Bowers, Plaintiff,
vs.
Fred Johnson, First National Bank of
Clinton, South Carolina, J. P. Johnor\n
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Johnson, Defendants.
By virtue of an Order of the Court
herein, I will sell before the Court
House at Newberry, South Carolina,
within the legal hours of sale, at publis
auction to the highest bidder, on
Monday, Salesday in -November, 1916,
the same .'being the 6th day of said
month: All that piece, parcel or
tract of land lying, being and situated
in the County and State aforesaid,
containing one hundred and fifty
(150) acres, more or less, and bounded
on the North and East by lands of
J. W. Smith; South by lands of Fred
Johnson and J. B. Johnson; and West
by lands of W. F. Kelley. This being
the same tract of land conveyed
to me by B. Walker Wicker on April
22nd, 1899, which said deed is now
of record in the office of the Register
of Mesne Conveyance for Newberry
County in Deed Book No. 15 at page
567.
Terms of Saie: One-half of the
purchase money in cash and the balance
in twelve months from the day
of sale,'the credit portion to be secured
by bond of the purchaser and a
mortgage of the premises, which bond
and mortgage shall provide for interest
from the date of sale until paid
in full at the rate of eight per cent
per annum, interest paid annually;
an<J shall also provide for ten per
cent. Attorney's fees in case of collection
or suit by an (attorney, with
leave' to anticipate the payment of
the credit portion in whole or in
part, the purchaser to pay ior sunups
and recording of same. The successful
bidder at such sale shall be re
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H. H. RIKARD,
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October 11, 1916. *
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, j 1
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY, J
COURT OF COMMON PLBA.S. i
1
Lcuis F. Cooper, Plaintiff, J
against <
William W. Bullock and William R. 1
Reid, Defendants. j <
Pursuant to an order or tne uoum
herein, I will sell to the highest bidder
at public auction, within the legal
hours of sale, before-the Courhouse at
Newberry, S. C.. on November 6, 1916,
the aame bing -salesday, all that lot,
piece or parcel of land lying and being
situate in the Town of Newberry,
County of Newberry, State of South
Carolina, containing forty-three onej
hundredths (43!l(M)) of an acre, more i
or less, bounded on the e^st by College <
street, on the south by Oak street, on t
the west by Caldwell street, and on ]
the north by lot of Mrs. Nannie iW. j
Davenport. Terms of sale: the pur- y
chaser to pay one-third of the pur- i
chase price in cash and the balance <
in one and two equal annual instal- t
ments, secured by bond of the purchas- | (
er and a mortgage of the premises j j
sold, and with interest from the day
of aale at the rate of ei^ht per cent
per annum, payable ann, illy uptil the (
whole defbt is paid, interest to bear
interest at eight per cent, if not paid
when due, the mortgage to contain the
usual insurance clause /or the protection
of the debt, the amount of the in- ,
surance to be designated by the Master,
with leave to the holder of the
V
mortgage to carry Insurance for his
protection if the mortgagors should
fail to do so, with leave to the purchaser
to anticipate payment of the
credit portion in whole or in part. The
purchaser will be required to ^ay for
papers, recording and^revenue c tamps.
The purchaser to be required to pay
$100.00 in cash to the Master as soon
as the property is knocked down to
him and upon his failure to comply
" A ? ? v.i? Kir? urifhin +pn
Witn tne terms 01 uia vm nttuu .
days, tiie property will be resold at I
the purchasers risk on some convenient
salesddy to be designated by the
plaintiff.
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STATE OF SOUTH /CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Sims G. Brown, Eugene C. Brown, ]
Carolus B. Brown, and Annie C.
Davis, Plaintiffs,
against
tt:illiam R. Brown, John L. Brown,
J. C. Brown. Allen Brown and Bryson
Brown, Defendants.
Pursuant to an Order of Court, neren,
1 will sell to the highest bidder
within the legal hours of sale, be:ore
the Courthouse at Newberry, S.
3., on Monday, salesday, November 8,
iQi?* An that trart or Dlantation of
and lying and being situate in Township
Number 2, County of Newberry,
State of South Carolina, containing
:hree hundred (300) acres, more or
ess, bounded on the north by lands of
2. S. Suber and Mrs. Mary Gibson Canion,
on the East by lands of Mrh. Nina
jibson Brown and John R. Raff, oil
;he South by lands of Mrs. Susan A.
hunter and on the West by the Bun
;ombe road, on the following terms,
:o-wit: One-third of the purchase
noney to be paid in cash and the balmce
on a credit of one and two year3,
tvith the privilege to the purchaser
)r purchasers to anticipate the credit I
x>rtion in whole or in part, secured
jy a bond of the purchaser and a
nortgage of the premises sold. The,
:redit portion to bear interest from
he day of sale at the rate of eight
)er cent, per annum, interest payable
innually, the mortgage also to provide
for ten per cent. Attorney's fees
n case of collection by an Attorney
)r foreclosure ,and to provide further
;hat the mortgagor ?hall p.^y all taxes
)n said premises. Purchaser to pay
for papers and recording same.
H. H. ' KARD.
, Master
October 10, 1916.
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OP NEWBERRY,
COURT OF COMMON PLBA6.
; J. Epps Brown, Sophia Brown, Alct
Creight, Eugene C. Brown, Carolus
B. Brown, Annie C. Davis and Mary
j L. Brown, Plaintitfs,
against j
Jonn L. Brown, William R. Brown,
J. C. Brown, Allen Brown and Bryson
Brown, Defendants.
Pursuant to an Order of Court herein.
I will sell to the highest bidder
within the legal hours of sale, before
the Courthouse door at Newberry,
S. C., on Monday, salesday,
November 6, 1916: All that piece,
parcel or tract of land lying and
being situate in the County of Newberry,
State of South Carolina, con
taining one hundred (100) acres, mora
or less, bounded on the North by lands
of C. S. Suber, East by the Buncomoa
Road, on the South by. lands of Mary
A. Brown and Sallie Hodges, and on
the West by lands of Sallie C. Brown,
on the following terms, to^wit: Onethird
of the purchase money in cas*
and the balance on a credit of one
and two years, with the privilege to
the purchaser or purchasers to tanticipate
the credit portion in Whole or
in part, secured by a bond of the purchaser
and a mortgage of the premI
ises sold, the credit portion to bear
! interest from the day of sale at the
rate of eight per cent, per annum, interest
payable annually. The mortgage
also to provide for ten per cent. Attorney's
fees in case of collection by
an attorney or foreclosure and to
provide further that the mortgagor
shall pay all taxes on said premises
and insure the dwelling thereon
against loss or damage by fire and
assign the said insurance policy tJ
the martagee. Purchaser to pay for
papers and recording same. ;
H. K. RIKAHD.
1 .Un.Uo,
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October 10, 1916.
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