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WORLD WAR VETERANS
ENDORSE BONUS BILL
Luther K. Brice Selected as Successor
to Lumpkin as Head of Department
S. L. L;.tinier Jr., :n The State.
I lot Aujr. 24.?The American:
Legion of South Carolina went out
1 record today as favoring the adjust-j
V ed compensation bill now before congiess,
elected Luther K. Brice o*
Spartanburg as department comrnanI
i-ioi-.ii,.} lii-iiinvillu -j c llfrivT
j UCi, )I.Uiivu VI I V 11 > iUV .
meeting1 place, arranged far an investigation
by a legion committee of the
Fifth district of the Veterans' bureau,
thanked Col. C. R. Forbes, di.
I
rector general of the bureau, for his
efforts, called on Brig. Gen. Charles '
< - Sawyer to "stand aside and allow the
program of the Veterans' bureau to
-v go into effect," heavd an address by
(Senator E. D. Smith, and otherwise '
spent a busy day.
Meeting across the hall in the high '
| school building was the Woman's auxiliary
which elected Mrs. James A.
Cathrart of Columbia president, took
action in regard to Brigadier General
Sawyer, and discussed many questions
for the good of the organizam
tion.
f The American Legion and it? auxiliary
were in session from about
10:S0 o'clock until about 7 o'clock
this afternoon except for about an
hour spent enjoying a delightful bar- '
becue given by Florence post.
The day was so filled with import.
ant happenings that they can be only
nr;pflv ?v-Infer} in order that all mav
ibe mentioned.
Besides Commander Brice the oth-!
er officers of the legion for the ensuing
year are: Henry T. Thompson of
Florence, vice commander; Fred W.
Graham of Greenville, service officer;
F. W. Bradley of Columbia, historian;
the Rev. Mortimer Glover of
Hartsvilie, chaplain; Thomas B.
Spratt of Fort Mill, national executive
committeeman, and the following
state executive committeemen by
congressional districts: James J.
Jackles of Walterboro, Dr. Hall Farmer
nf Aikon. E. R. Rosenbera: of
(Greenwood, Guy B. Foster of Greenville,
F. Murray Mack of Fort Mill,
Duncan Mclntyre of Marion and
and George Levy of Sumter.
Delegates to Nev/ Orleans
Delegates to the national convention
at New Orleans are J. D. Burch,
Florence, Joe Sparks, Columbia, Hiram
Hutchinson, Rock Hill, Fred W.:
Graham, Greenville, Henry S. Johnson,
Aiken, L. K. Brice, Spartanburg,:
i T. B. Spratt, Fort Mill, Zach K. j
1 Darr, Sumter, and Julian Scarbor- .
P ough, Summerton.
Other officers of the auxiliary are .
Mrs. Ashley Halsey, Charleston, first
vice president; Mrs. Bratton De-,
Loach. Camden, second vice presi?
dent; Miss Sarah E. Reynolds, Co
Ilumbia, corresponding secretary;
Miss Sadie Goggans, Newberry, re-;
cording secretary; Mrs. H. C. Curtis,,
Manning, treasurer; Mrs. G. 0. Et'nredge,
Saluda, historian; Mrs. J. P.!
McNeil, Florence, auditor; Mrs. Mon-;
ro.*1 Johnson, Marion, sergeant at
P j
Cor-; in a ruler Brico appointed Miller
~ Poster of Spartanburg adjutant ?nd
the executive committee approved
the appointment tonight.
The morning was largely devoted 1
to a discussion of th" Wcora.is* bn-'
1 reau, reruiting in a committer corsisting
of A. G. Hart, G Hey ward
Mahon; Jr., and L. S. Branch being
named to go to Aiianti "to investii
gate the veterans' bureau a: Atlanta i
1 with a view to 'ocat*?ng the trouble i
t in order that defects may i.e i or.-:e- i
died. ' Later a motion was passed in
I no way in conflict \vi~h tiv previous
iesoluticn thanking Director Forbes
of the national bureau for his eiTorts'
and "sympathizing with him in his
great task." The motion about Colonel
Forbes said that it was n)t claimed
in any way that the bureau was
perfect .at giving Colonel Forbes
credit for faithful efforts.
Discussion of the Atlanta office
caused some severe criticism to be
he.-:ped upon it and a number of cas- i
es were brought to the attention of
I the department.
Speeches were heard from R. I. !
^ R^es and Dan Rollenka of the veterans'
bureau.
Debate on Bonus
In the afternoon the principal debate
was on the adjusted conipensa-.
tion bill which was passed, 203 to '
\ 74. A number of speeches were made .
i for and against the resolution which
was introduced by the- Clinton, Rock
( H:li, Spartanburg, Manning, Pacolet,:
I Greenwood. Ware Shoals an I Ben- j
nettsville post?. The resolution was :
as follows:
* "Whereas we believe the adjusted
compensation meausuve now pending i
before congress is favored by a lai.re?
majority of the ex-service men and ]
n.' iubers of the American Lecrion of j
South Carolina. Xow therefore, be 1
n resolved that this convention does '
k hereby approve of and indorse the
j|> said measure and further be it re
solved. That the state adjutant be!
ui-t.-ii " wire immediately Senator.
E. D. Smith and X. B. Dia! and
the chairman of the national irjjislat've
committee of the American L(ol
tn.'s action.
The Souih Carolina department ha?
heretofore maintained that the Amebic
an Lemon should not a-'-i for the
:. ; i j u s t e I compel! sat ion.
.Many committee :vpo:ls were nearu
during the day. Those of the department
commander and adjutant proved
that the South Carolina department
had a most >ucce?~ful year and
I 'Olii I tlci .'HR11 Hi i? 1 * i \v ao v uv^v - v v*
iusti.y ihis morning at the vonclusion
jf his report. The nuance committee
highly complimented Ben M. Sawyer,
the state adjutant, for the efficient
records kept.
Senator K. D. Smith, who was in
Florence today, was invited to adares;;
the legion but spoke only a few
minutes. In his talk he indicated
that he was for the adjusted eonipersation
bill now before congress and
afterwards in conversation with a
representative of The State said he
i.-j t\?v hill now before
\ 1 UUiU > v?tv -fcVi. v..
congress. "I will vote fo: i le bill on
the grounds that with the indebtedness
due us by Europe, a properly
adjusted compensation, when the
boys ask for it, can not be refused."
He said that with Europe oc.ing us
$11,000,000,000 he thought this compensation
should be granted.
To National Meeting
The Spartanburg fife and drum
corps, which has made such a hit at
the convention, will be sent to the
*
national convention it the department
finances warrant the expenditure.
The day started this morning with
a parade which formed down town
unci marched to the high school building.
It was headed by a band and
Colonel Thompson's crack rifle squad.
The delegates marched by posts. A
large crowd lined the sidewalks to
see the procession.
At the auditorium a group of at
tractive Florence Camptire girls wno
had been trained 6y Mrs. J. L. Tyree.
gave two excellent exhibitions.,
The spelling the words "Florence
Welcomes Legionnaires," and the
second in the army setting up exercises.
The girls were trained esnecially
for the convention.
They were led by F. H. Guice in
the semaphore drill. The girls taking
part were: Misses Dorothy Chase,
EHzabeth Bray, May King, Claire
Burch, Miriam Xewbury, Margaret
Gandy, Elizabeth Hut:, Sarah Reaves
Mary Eliza Crowell and Elizabeth
Allen.
The new department commander
served overseas with the Sixth division
as a captain in the Fifty-second
infantry. He is a graduate of
Wofford and 30 years of age.
Tonight the delegates are leaving
for all parts of the stare. A rising
vote was enthusiastically taken
thanking Florence, tne ree L>ee,
Florence post and its auxiliary for
the fine reception accorded the visitors.
Mrs. James A. Cathcart, who was
yesterday, elected president of the
Woman s Auxiliary to the American
legion at the convention in Florence,
is a well known and popular Columbio
woman. For a large number
of years she has taken an active interest
in many phases of public life.
She was county chairman of the
Tiichland auxiliary to the American
legion and is also secretary of the
Fedsration of Women's clubs. Mrs..
; 'ahas held the office of president
of the Children's clinic and has
been instrumental in the development;
of that institution.
Mrs. Cathcart was prominent in
war work of all kinds and has given
freely of her time and services to
calls made upon her.
SHERIFF'S SALE
By virtue of authority .contained in
the act;' of the General Assembly of
1917, page 74, Section 27, I will cell
to the highest bidder for CASH in
front of the Court House in Newber-.
ry County, S. C., on Monday, Sep-,
tember 4th, J 922, between the hours
of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock
P. M., the following described property.
to wit:
One Chr-vrolet Touring Automobile.
The aforesaid property was seized
while transposing contraband liquors.
Said car said to be owned by
Dave Bkek and operated by him the
day of said -seizure.
Advertised this the 10th dav of
August. 1922.
CAXXOX G. BLEASE.
Sheriff Newberry County.
' A senator has been caught speeding,"
says the Houston Press. But
the senate ha?n t.
All Russia lacks of selling is some-,
thing: 10 sell; and of buying, something
to pay with.
The ex-soldier who v'owed not to
shave ti:! given the bonus > ti-g'nning
to look like Santa Oaus.
-The sar.ds of the seashore" has
long b.?en the simile for multitud; .
but marks u!~ rubles can now supplant
it.
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Catherine Reese is a new "movie"
star who recently made her bow to the
American motion picture public in a
prominent production. Miss Reese's
bionde beauty and sympathetic portrayal
are gaining for her a warm
place in the hearts of thousands who
see her daily.
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| "What's in a Name?" |
$ By MILDRED MARSHALL
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V Feels cbo'ji your name; Us history: V
> < meaning; ichcp.cc it Wcs derived;
|?J ^ 7 tlgnif.cance; your lucky day ?
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MILDRED
TV/T!T.DIini> is something of a holy
?* ? * name, since it has a heritage
closely associated with religious
orders. Though said to lie of Teutonic
origin, it was exclusively Saxon in its
early use; indeed it may be said to
lie almost Mercian, since its first appearance
was in th,e family of King
Merowald.
Mild was a Saxon word moaning
"mild", and' by tlie addition of "tliyth",
another Saxoii term signifying "command".
the feminine name Ml'dthyth
was formed. Because it was translated
10 mean "mild speech." it was
much used ;is n name for irtr.Jle damsels
with religious inclinations.
King Merowald had three daughters
whom he named Mildgyth .Miidburgh.
and Mildihvih?thus employing all
versions of the name then in use. All
three became nuns of a holy order.
The two latter were later abbesses,
one iu Shropshire, the other in the Isle
of Thanet. They were finally can- :
onized in recognition of Their saintly
lives, as Mildburgh nnd Mildreda.
Thus Mildred. Mildrid. or Mildreda
(as you prefer) came i 111<? existent
and straightway won great popularly
in Shropshire and. later, throughout
all England. O.ermany adopted Mildred.
bul. it has never had definite
vogue there in spite of its supposed
Ten ionic origin. The consonants were
too harsh for France and Spain,
though the latter occasionally employs
Mildreda, accenting only ihe
vowels in the soft Latin manner.
Mildred V2S the name given to the
famous daughter of Burleigh and
through her. ils place among English
maids was forever assured. Recently
it was revived to even greater vogue
ill i <11 u w ?uiu .-vuiri n a ?uiv* fi \ iisum-j
jrisls claim that the record of babies|
Hirisiened by that name in late years,
would be astounding: and unbelievable.
'
The emerald is Mildred's talisinnnir
irem. It is said to promise her a keen
intellect, charm, and success in affairs
of the heart. The hawthorne.
signify ins hope, is her Hower. Wednesday
is her lucky day and three her
lucky number.
(15 hy the Wheeler Syndicate, Inc.)
W HYO
"does salt make us
THIRSTY ^
A NYONK who has suffered from
noso-bleed or who has tasted
human h!?x?d knows that it contains
a considerable proportion of <alt?
anpruxiiiiaieiv t;ie same an.'oiuii as j
is jiivs-. :n in sea vjitt*r. This is on?V j
natural. Iiic;i11>. sail iy <>;:e of the
essentials ?'l the body ami is earrie?l
thrwimh i; hy jneans ? r tin* \t^ins ami
arteries whieh foe! ilie <lift'orent parts
of lJii^ Intrieate nuvhanisHi.
When an unusual amount of salt
is taken i!iri> Jli?> >iomaoh, it reacts
in t\v?? ways. In the lirsi place. 1 lie
!>}<?><]. !K'j*:l: already snpj>iiotl witu all
;!m? sail ti ;11 it cares to handle. <!eelines
tt? ink*- 'si; any more am! the
saiii.-e solution remains in the stomach
for." as it wvre. Then.
to<?. .v;-,!r rapidly ahsorh* water ami |
i;s presence in l?ie stomach can-es that
orjirn m semi on; a harry call for
sum:,, mear.s < ;' llnslii!i^ out the excess
wiii. Ii <-;iiiiioi lie KL:!i/.f:i 1?\ !!;< :?<><iy.;
The seiisat'"P. < '' !> i:i_r "thirsiy" is
T<>r?\ merely tiio nuuiifi-siation I
t!i:11 ihe S(<?jii;u-ii reeii^ siuiieiiiin^ with I
which i?> dilute iiic unusual amount i'
i>f salt .jusr ns when \vv feel thirsty j
from other causes ir is a si^ra that the
body needs soiuo kiud of a liquid
pjssist it In its usutd ftmettos. ) j
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MEMBERS OF COMPANY G f
GATHER AT YOUNGS GROVE I
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I rie Mate.
'ty. Aii?'. 24.?The annua!
reunion of Company (I, Thirteenth j
v was held today at Young's |
> >% i > linlou' Prn^nr>i'-t
i \ K-. ?| - Mi 1.4 v V..V s/v.v,, * . ... f, . ity.
The exercises began at 1 1
o'clock with .Miss Willie Mai* Wist*
T I
j Jit- ;? idress of welcome was given j
by M'.-< Kthe! Sanc-r, president of the- i
Willi..in I.es t chapter, United j
Daughters of the Confederacy. The <
child!1"!! s chapter also assisted with J
the program. The principal address
was made by G. D. Brown, Jr., insurance
man and a progressive young
planter of this section. He gave a
history of Company G.. Thirteenth
regiment, and began by picturing* the
time when Company G left Prosperity
in '01 and compared it; with
"prosperous Prosperity" of today.
He paid warm tribute to the leaders
who so gallantly led this company on
the field of battle and those who were i
permitted to return had proven!
hem selves as great heroes in rebuild- i
ing a devastated South as they had
shown on the battlefield. Mr. Brown
nc'.ed by pledging that the rising
generation would perpetuate the
ideals which these veterans had so
gallantly fought to sustain.
Of the original membership of this
Company C there are only nine survivors,
as follows: J. N. Parrott, JM.
Worts, George Aull, John Taylor,
!.). M. Ward, B. H. Miller, Joe Nobles,
A. A. Nates and Dan Dennis.
The trouble is that DeValera is deermined
that only he shall be the
*1" in Ireland.
ANNOUNCEMENT j
FOR CONGRESS
I am a candidate for re taction to
.'ongress from the Third Congressioni
District, subject to the rules of
he Democratic nartv.
FRED ii. DOMIXICK.
Subject to the rules of the Democratic
party, I announce mysellf a
.-andidate for congress from the
Third congressional district.
SAM H. SHERARD.
I am a candidate for congress
Third district subject to the rules oi l
he Democratic party.
E. P. McCRAVY.
Sasley, S. C.
'OR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
I hereby announce myself a canIidate
for the House of Representaiv.-s.
Will abide result of the Demo ratic
primary. Platform, Lower
Faxes, Observance of Sabbath, Eduction,
PJqualization Property, Roadr,
?tc.
J. WILLIAM FOLK.
I hereby announce myself as a
anaidate for the house of represenatives
from Newberry county and
ledge myself to abide the result of
he Democratic primary election.
EUSTON N. KIBLER.
I respectfully announce myself a
anaidate for the house of representatives
from Newberry county, sublet
to the primary election of the
Democratic part v.
' W. R. WATSON.
-Vhitmire, S. C.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
I hereby announce myself as caniidate
for membership in the House
u Representatives from Xwherry
bounty, subject to the rules of the
)cmocratic party.
Eugene S. Blease.
I hereby announce myself a candi-j
late for the House of Representatives
from Newberry County, and]
vili abide the rules and regulations ox
he Democratic primary.
W. B. Boinest.
I hereby announce myself a can-j
Hdate for the House of Reprcsenta-,
:!ves and will abide the result of the [
democratic primary.
W. M. Wilson.
I hereby announce myself as a j
candidate for the house of represen-j
ratives, and pledge myself to aibide I
'he result of the primary election. |
H. H. Evans.
FOR PROBATE JUDGE
I anrur.ee myself as a candidate
for reaction for the office of Pro- \
>ate Judge and will abide the result]
>i the Democratic primarv.
W. F. EWART. i
FOR MAGISTRATE FOR TOWN-'
SHIPS 1 AND 8
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Magistrate for Townships;
Numbers ! and 8, subject to ?e Dem- i
ocraiic primary. If elected I shall!
endeavor 10 perform the duties of the;
office in the future as I have in the i
past, without fear or favor, and with j
fairness to all.
CHARLES W. DOUGLAS, j
I am a candidate for magistrate for.
townships Xo. I and 8 and will abide
the rules of the Democratic party.
J. H. CHAPPELL.
T am a candidate for ma<c'?!rate for'
townships No. 1 and 8 and will abide
clii; rules o i the Democratic oartv.
W. S. JOXKS.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Magistrate for townships
\*o. 1 and S and will abide by the
rules of tin* Democrat!*.* parte.
K. L. RODLSLERGER. j
I am a candidate for magistrate for
townships No. 1 and S and will abid?*,
the rules of the Democratic pari v.
\V. A. CliADDICK.
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FOR MAGISTRATE POMARIA j
1 an: a candidate f<?r reappointment
if? mar-git-traie at Pomara and will,
ibide the Democratic primarv. ,
J. B. BE i)EXi?A UG H.
FOR MAGISTRATE FOR LITTLE I
MOUNTAIN
The friends of Mr. J. C. Wessinger
knowing his tit ness for the position;
if magistrate do hereby announce;
him for the position of magistrate forj
the town of Little .Mountain, S. C.,j
tnd pledge him to abide the result of;
he primarv election.
FRIENDS, J
FOR MAGISTRATE NO. 3 TOWN-!
SHIP
T am a candidate for magistrateJ
for township Xo. '>. and will abide the
rules of the Democrat'c primary.
W. D. RUTHERFORD,
FOR MAGISTRATE NO. 4 TOWNSHIP
R. M. Auerht.ry is hereby announced
as a candidate for reelection a?
magistrate l'or Township No. 4, and
will abide the rules of the Demcoratic
party.
J announce myself a candidate for
magistrate of Xo. 4 township, subject.
to the Democratic primary.
J. ERNEST YOUNG.
MAGISTRATE NO. 5.
John F. Miller is hereby announced
as a candidate for magistrate for No.
5 township, pledged to abide the rules
pleldged to abide the rules of the
of the Democratic primary.
FOR MAGISTRATE NO. 6. TOWN
SHiP
J. H. Dorroh is hereby announced
as candidate for reelection as Magistrate
for Xo. township, pledged
to abide the rules of the Democratic
primary.
FOR MAGISTRATE NO. 7
I am a candidate for appointment
as magistrate for No. ~ township
subject to the rules of the Democratic
party.
W. P. Allen.
FOR MAGISTRATE FOR NO. 9
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for magistrate for township Xo.
'J of Newberry county, subject to the
rules of the Democratic partv.
J. L. BOWERS, Jr.
Appreciating the services rendered
' *vi o v\/l
lilt; CUlllIlIUJJi t \ ill H1C anu UCJIV i-j
ing him best qualified to cerve us during
the extremely hard years in which
we are now entering, we hereby nominate
Judge 13. B. Hair for reelection
to the office of magistrate for No. 9
township, subject to the rules of the
Democratic primary.
His Many Friends.
MAGISTRATE NO 10
The friends of J. J. Kibler desire
to place him in nomination for magistrate
for No. 10 towonship and
pledge him to abide the rules of the
Democratic party.
I am a candidate for reelection as
magistrate for No. 10 township and
will abide the rules of the Democratic
primary.
J. A. KINARD.
I am a candidate for magistrate
for No. 10 township and will abide
' i1.,. + n-.ivtv
till? ruies u 1 uic iycuiuv.i?i/ic .
P. B. ELLESOR.
MAGISTRATE NO. 11
0. A. Felker is a candidate for
magistrate for Xo. 11 township and
will abide rules of Democratci party.
MAGISTRATE NO. 11
I announce myself a candidate for
Magistrate No. il and will abide the
rules of the Democratic primary.
B. M. Suber.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
I will make a final settlement of
the estate of Amos Mendeihall in the
Probate Court for Newberry County,
S. C., on Wednesday, the 6th dn.
of September, 1922, at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon and will immediately
ei-? ?*- -P. i? i?ir slicoli n i'o*A ils;
inereaner lui uioiuu>gv ?
Administrator of said estate.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Ames Mendenhal, deceased,
are hereby notified to file the
same, duly verified, with the undersigned,
and those indebted to said
estate will please make payment
likewise.
J. D. W HEELER. C. C. C. P.
Administrator.
Newberry, S. C., Aug. 4, 1(J22.
Cures Malaria, Chills and Fev-i
er, Dengue or Bilious Fever. It
kilis the germs.
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FORECLOSURE I
State of Sou ill Carolina, County of
Nov berry, Coiwt ox* Common
Plea.-. Cecil E. Deminick, l'iaintifi*,
against Sarah I. Baker, Defendant.
Fursuirt an order of the Court
heroin. I will at public outcry, to
the iii.irhcst bidder. uefore the Court
JIcu.;o door a' Xo worry. S. C., within
the legal hours of on Saies(I-'V
in September, !022, the following
tract of land, wit: A!i that
i-act of land in the County of Mcwl>err\\
St-.to of South Carolina, contain
n?* one hundred four and twot?-nt-hs
acres, more or less,
bour.decl by lands of J. Banks l)omin-{
ick, Xed Lindier, Adam Craps, Mike)
iSheely. Louisa Dominlck, Marion S. 1
Oominick. the same tract of
! Lr.d conveyed by the Phiii.tirf *o the
Defendant. ;
Terms of Sale: One-half of the
pun hase money to he paid in cash,
the --edit portion to !>- dm- and pay-'
a'o'e ov.- year from day of .side, to he
.- cured by bond of purchaser and
r.iortjrairc of premises soid. the bond
to bear interest from day of rule,
ami until p/iid it! full, at the rate of'
#?Vbr iK-c i-cur nw ntniirn. inlpv??<r
t!) be paid annually and if net paid
when d;:e to become principal annually
and bear interest at the rate of
ci^iit per cent per annum until paid;
in full, the purchaser to have leave:
r-> anticipate the credit portion. The
said mortgage shall provide for the
payment of ton per cent of the principal
and interest as Attorney's fees
in ease of r.u:t <>r collection through'
an Attorney. Tiie mortgage shall
require the purchaser to insure and1
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keep insured from loss or damage
by fire the buildings on the premises
and assign the policies of insurance
to the -Master in further protection
of the mortgage. The mortgage
shall further provide that if the purchaser
fail to insure and keep insured
the buildings on the premises or
to pay the taxes, the -Master, (u his
assigns, may pay said taxes and inrurance,
and any penalties, and leimburse
themselves for the same, under
the mortgage, at the rate ot'
eight per cent per annum from the
date of payment. In case a purchaser
fail to comply in full with his bid
within five days from the day of sale
the Master will resell at the purchaser's
risk. Purchaser shall pay for
drawing of deed and mortgage, for
revenue stamps, and for recording
mortgage.
JAM D. QUATTLEBAU3H,
Master for Newberry County, S. C.
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