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speaking of water works, It is re
narkable and speaks well for the work
done on our system, that with the
eight or more miles of pipe not the
slightte8t leak showed up anywhere
when the pressure was put. on. It Is
creditable alike to Mr. Ho ward Neely
and Mr. P. J. Voss, who had charge of
the work. Mr. Voss is superintendent
of the city. We are told that such a
thing has rarely happened -a whole
system and eight miles o piping and
not a leak. We have remarked before.
but it bears repeating. that we have
one of the best s stems in the South,
and our lights show up iwell and com
pare favorably with any we have ever
Now the need is for a system of tvw
erage, and it should be put in witmhot
delay. A system that will reah w% here
it is most sorely needed val be i It for
$,000) or $1Q000 and there is nao uase
ftr us to be waiting. The healt11 and
Cleauliness of 'he town demand a sew
erage. We are not in favor of waiting,
but while we are at it .e believe the
necessary steps should be taken and the
sewerage put in.
We have heard a number of people
say that was the great need now. There
are others who favor it, but want to
wait. There is no need of waitin
longer than is necessary to get the sy
t3[U in. It is coming very soon, and
we just as well have it now.
It seetus to us that Gov. Ellerbe is
mnaking a mistake in his handling of
te original package houses. See that
they observe the law, but it is a tmis
taku to have minors represent them
ailves of age and then after butyin a.1
from an original package house go antid
swear out a warrant charging the
owner of the package store with vio
lating the law hy selling to a minor.
That we gather, was what was done in
Columbia the other day. We have no
interest in Meetze but if a full grown
boy, 19 years old comes in and state
that he is of age it seems to ts that
Meetze would have to take his word.
The facts as putblished are: A boy
iamned Fuller went to Meetze's origintal
package storo and stated that he was
21 years old and Mecize sold him whis
After he bought it. he swore out a
warrant against, ieetze ehiarging 1im
with selling Lo a mitinor anid a.eg LJ.g
that he Fuller wits mily li pears old
and LMlu1 te bought whisi,ey aau-om
That sort of po-oce(ling will onlly
tend to bring the di\vpenary law jino
further dibrelIute. Even faj IIIi idtd n id
hone-t dispensary advocates w%ill not
approve such proceedings.
And now cm!nt4 tol. I i\ ad at ils
that Tillman received h1is n1ominaltion
fromI the Jarch conventtion (If 1 t0
for governor through fraud and that
he, 1 rby, did the cheating in order to
secutre it. There has long been a he
lief that nomainationts were defeated ini
that convenition if honest maethods had
prevailed. Mir. lrby declines to say in
what way lie did the cheatting, buat the
fact remains. A nd this namen Ni r. I rby
as a reward for that kcind of work was
given a scat in the Uniited States Sen
ate-the highest ofice wit hin thei gift
of the peop)le. Anmd anow lie comnes with
t,he admission of wronag-dtitng and asks
to be sent, back there. lIut then how
tmuch better in this respect are t he
otbers for whom the people aure forced
to vote? We have fallen tupon a time
when statesmnansh ip and lig ha tmanhood
seems to be at a discount.
Today will decide the contest for
United States benator. Front wvhat we
can learn there will scarcely he need of
a second primary. The Herald and
News will isstte an extra tonight as is
our custotm giving the result in this
county, and we have also made arrange
ments to get, the result in the St,ate as
last as the returns are sent in. We
hope our friends it the cotunty will not
fall to send In the vote tonight. We
will keepi open house and intviLe yott to
make our otice headquarters tonigh t.
We publish thc addlress of Senator
bicLaurin to the voters of Southa Caro
lina. It is late and will not reach the
voters who read The Ilerald and News
until the first pritmary is nearly over.
It was not printed in thte daily p)apers
until Friday. It is a pity Senator Nie
Ldaurin did not Issue It a day or two
earlier. It is clear antd strongr and con
servative in t,one. It has the ring of
the right metal and does credit to the
head and heart of Senator McLaurina.
The Herald am. News has closed a
trade wl .h Mr. Jno. XW. IEarhardt by
which he will work in the ofhice and
have especial charge of otur stubscrip
tion list and look after the collection of
the same. He Is authorized to receipt
for accounts due the paper. Any fa
vors or courtesies extended to hinm will
be apprt.elated by 'Tho Herald and
No labor 't pains will be spar-ed to
keep rThe P" -ald and News right at
the top of the column and in the lead
of the procession. We want 300 new
subscribers by tlte first of January, and
we mean to have them. We want the
3,400 that we have to pay somnethinig era
what thtey are dute lby t,he same time,
apd we believe they will do it.
The procession is moving, arnd if yott
want to keep up with it, stubscribe fot
The neald and Nwsm.
Jno. T. itnoan has withdrawn for
manly froii the race. it fact h hias
not really t n in, aS ttxst w h heari
him at Newbtrry know. Ilis piuriiso
in iling his plkdge was to bh in posi
tion to defend himself if Mr. Evat
should attaek him. On Saturav. as
sooni as the in-t o:impaign imeeting had
bween held. ie Istitt d an addros forial
ly withdrawing and giving his reasoas
The Augnsla t'hroniele ng-ests the
lion. h1at ry lla,mnd as a suitable
person for the preidency of t'hmloon
College. li. tu.\ e a ;.:". man for
tie plae. bot t ,he l%,.d i1 make a
biZ m stake i they do n I I !: e 1.0 . .1)
M, N1'ride f0r at 1, '.31 c it he can he
nilCIed to accept it.
The Co'ed re \ :eOat,' reunion
III I. rk,. IV k,i _0 3.t i V.:. t i
success. Tl ere' w .re deleiate. tor
from.11 all po,', i'! the S'a:e. and in t r
prid, andt I lley :-C! e -In" 1 ca.\ t ,'1 I;'
the I"unte of :u :::mntin Mi:y.
Mr. .\:: l: ohn di a :' , ph e of
newspaper wiliork "n 1.:in .:-e '
federate reunion in Gricamn:A a,
WOck for * he Ne\\ e :1nd tiu'o :'.
NIt. and tir .Ink. n ' . k'o s n art
VVIIQn rui'.!\ C-S W A t tli t ..W
lT'- I at - b, - 0
lo-fart r. t
p0emen: oa:r foiu -.. -3
Hu1 ri-.a. for M. 1
Mr.il ha .'e-n -
a'. n c a Vtitrai t
own Stat. . TI- -'.
culturml duln: .: 1in-m
not only in v .-o r ,
has endea f
Mnuch gucy n47, .
of the crNp 7% "
I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I ) i
ell w.,: a, M -1 1 i
itd K .. Q :,U x
U nis,n Acao'y.e :da v. nttil
ii,t ' ti e fir-st of Nvemllber.
ti ti n is o-l. ing 11rt01ty I pidly, ailn e
pickhin wiil "oM eInet e in lk l'l thi:
t hat i the ntie of t IM t on enst
i as :..-i It _withwitl thit ne: t -S? h11.
have 1I---y e-otm so indi, aNit ovel
ithe . ht i g 11 ? I halve ngv.-r roiad mh
h 0 ; t :\m0t1biglnc i.hlout
anl . te !ess io n tr tul la tte i
tence to walrant his guilt. do onec
that I hav. ever know to be lyn h1-td
gwail ly(Ihive for the Ilost Ih itous, di -
holtial ttitiktste crimeta tat ZIouhi ttver
heos perptr'tatt vteed uponhinnn ts, ata
tatv If lie iritml e f ap.Theei
l)nthigieGtd'searth tat eltirts t
amblII' itinIlt h ig et an d akeste is looit
nothing woldtgtnt I ifurtetfor th5an to
t'oa(r helless'itt tomet srintd the aw-o
yao hels toutreadg(e.Ii t\\'hy ydotuch
black. gcrimestay hitpn-an the eie tt
net' rofts' t' W bl h'etany mto:t ltt
en toard ati wh1iitmi he war ifoundt
gulilty otf the sae neist i tedn anserl
wite nun's! netk sIt as sot eve a nt
grott',twen atu amit oitnc ted itat h teri
Iuit lt of te brul a t tof rialt . Ate fleI
your' tautti Oer', i ttvii it wi' ebar
ter lois ruinred rlf edd thent'tts i . to.1
say tt then tou d evi' t tktgit ine jail itn
order1 it lttihe law havtt its curey
Dot,lI~ ths give1ttl tel deirsta che to
estape tunpunisb'e he' Ade ifs-get i kept
yn sfe ke.'ptis un i t'tiltecutse te
rleady to tr hiaill the stad theat law
they ettioniay bt onet the cate; then
and tten the' dev il Niurne loose to
comm ditgtet( 't'necm andvert. God jfor-i
my road! ly utsh(id it ever1 he1 my tIt
painfuls 'lo tt ' cnsa~y tit2h nst.
iam fonvIined ofthe origt one, tif at
thavete powr nt od itisi wy wOill fot*
the 01(g beote thettioms witt be1feed
ir.g fon the evis tining hiie. The
thia lf . iuch wcunes!tt(1 F i heivz
atfond raliz e t deit-he ig ht
yourise le. This wllthav wo tn
deniy to break tup anch veraw 5tta'
onthipeitioi btheen chlered Mon1ex
Inr lcomleof with 01.1 Alr. Ch is an
sayui dahter (ofrienrs aT. to tt.
ps to,int.N.lit thes rieunaiooth
Theensthit leimnt.'ti. wa, akeng's
wGrove ula sThortd, the 2 eith int.
On the 2uth nofyeach il Augustts ixed
dinefr wasol Vertshof hi coJmpany,
tome,and iteog to slays loke itor
wrtoa with muchy repetsure otnl
bywthe rl etshemselvets,i' ut aso I I
frvdo the groundehtiIt abt shwe oloc
alndiI fodhe huge Mandl vehicle s
thick thatuv it s withe tsome, dirllll
willatwe~' found aiplacto ieh n h
J.A S ligh (Xetotei ithelsi appomtmen1.
Mr. Sligh C wsteaching when' we ar
very, litleof is ermtn. yeut ot.her
pon. Mr.lg ash wa noAx
the Spring, whilch is som. dis
tanl from tihe'11 houtte and bhlilld a hilt'.
As Providenwo provided the family tws!r
followed lhert th e.0 sprting. Tho dog
preceded her a few steps and just In
for i She roached t te spigi , the dog
stopped and barkoild. At this time a
youig blacl Iegi Who had himself
concalid in cave bhin'lild soeit. biushes
lsem aid I-1un towatrdls the girl. She
11ur0ned and run f,r her lift. toward th
holse -o 11ull of excit'-filei I I t t she
0011h1 no0t m a ll 4n1thilm. Thet bllaek
devil f(tllow-ed her intil eli founid thaint.
he coild not. Overtake lite her -lt sle.
9%.t too neaIr Ihe house. when he wheel
ed aid ma te hi-; escapt.. In a short
Ii ime a1 pome~" of F" or :!u w oceani.ed
aml welt in ach f t1he "ulilly Ilast0a.
lTey fouind ai youni:g nie2to whomi t hey
suspe'ontl,-arrit'd him it) thO prn
:10111nlaredi his fo('t w%ith lite trat.k,
w'It h lit it) a fraetiten lit, was Iit n
ctarvied I-before iltl girl, huilt Sho w sw o
Iuchi exciteIt'd aIIt I the i me t that sI etoubl
rt idtllify 'il. le limaltter is still
heingivetiested, We wanl likiv to
4,0m11n011 hirlt her 11'.t timlt n\ill nt" pe01
1i,1111;z' Seel <i- ll 1 r14 lme, t . i tii il " '
on' kt ime the )llo is only tWi po
I. , en104'i r ,0. perhaps. or a siall,
sq-iart'. lvwde- whchhod ollr 11run1k
an l early ; ossessins. Still, to a
c"0nclted mind, it is "hoinle.'' Well,
hi -'e ibe is ' ho. v" from a two wetks
il, the ol North Stato Te T ito
1Wau meIt was ging ti 14 prot irlet ed meet -
v' a Iating COtdie., \isiting frienlds,
re It t1Q. , et(I. t If COurl t*l Ihe t imIe
paz-sed, ple a santy 1 ex.\ckep t thIaIt tuost
nr..n part of traveling. waiting for
i. 'i'n I tut is always late. Still, it
n a at:Iin r to i n lIsten'l to st range
to:t. iting t hi ditIOleence in tonle
:11l m(od lat ion- solM , t . . ,weet
nu sothne:oihercl sd ha-sh, rasll
in andiki very tyin-g t 1 n nit i e nerves.
I was at WadeIboro. N. C.. thait I his
it'e incidenlt oi'cuirredl whitch 1 am
abo:t to reate. St-ver-al stangers
t:- in Ie a it in r.o()m - hidies and
St:r iIete. We had beeni listeninl: to
he' itft taresin i VOicet't, of a tmothe
oathng a imptien yoi.:str.'low'
vn1c. !o\ ig : aen cat ienit Iallolivr 'n
be... ill kist whr oter nai
We won,it. Vcd if anv love could
a other N. Ve have a betltIer
or urs-' h l l and some hablie.: aind
2' ;te never- he--:: abe toi sati,factor-iy
v hat pr1bem. Wo were listening
Stinkin~ wlien suddenly a har-li
lot n :fle a c trrile discorl. t un'r
vt a:.- "al kiln leudl\a id ulsiag liang
n n1ay e v I xpressioun. "*Sav.
i Il F--ijuped-up if I didn't ha:tvi
. ' ne ye-. 1 Ordav eninc ig. I wenlt d(owni
to ol 1011nf no-ed. Mat's ai yod yo ma v
et voua. l btol- I h)taid a tilt' eating
rapes antd watermuelon. That's wi tt.
T wtnt ifor. You may know from yonur
kIIowldL'. of such matters in the past.
that I di(l .,a'miv, up inl stylu-:' Mat's
house didn't look like it had seen at
broom ill i iont.h. I'll h(tswitched if I
ever thouaghlIt she'd kwep stich at house.
hebroughit outl. :-omel of the damndiest.
elke and w-ilne iand I vat w, big ihunk (n
eake, you hl, and at gltss of wine, too,
t.htigli I lnd ti light lies and naltts
like ftorty to) gt it.." A young mani
stanadinig ini the tdotir hit lis lipi anud hiis
eves Ihlsshed indit ignant liy as lie listteed
to thiiis he aratless girl' wiho possessed
nio signis of indeigestion. I saw a piainaed
loo~ k tin severaln fattes as t.h e g ira u'i~In
haouse' wats a meat's. Shle said sihe hiad
keptiL ialf a ten, baais 'iear' iit.t Ie
ehiiltirt'ishe ealleel 'cim for t hiia it
mie-s ti gio toi 'hinehl anal hadt let ihem~i
thei hioust-. Th'ley hadt just gone andu
Nilat's b,abyt wa's t eetin ag anid crloss as
cea~t ionl, tand sh1e was tryinig t.o get. it
to siee p lie fore slit e'lenneitd uip. J'lTat's
whalit she said. I Jut doesni't everyv laziy
womantl e.xcuse hierstlf w'iiithI 'baby is so
'artei, het'le(ss g irl! Oh , that, it u
lness, so many11 hieartehes. Thei
youn atg tman in the door11 turnued r'ound,
cr'ossed thle 10011, andit faVedl the bevy
"'Sist.er," speaking to a quInet modest
girl, "s5ister, f am not going on the ex
eurlsion Unce.le will Itake carte oif you."
"'()h, IlIarray, iiot going! What in the
worlid! D)id atnybiody ever! Why, int'
iry, we wo uldni't give a 11g for the ex
eurasioni withiout you. Why arie you
nott goinlg? What ni-e yoti goinIg to do?'"
exclatimed MiIss t2hatterboil(x II Joepilied
ver'y gr-avely in lowv distinct tones: "'I
haven't decided whaut I shall fio yet,
but I think I'll go tend poor Mat's baby
foir heir to tidly hier house. It'si quiite
earliy mtorinlg and pierhaips slie isni't
thr'oughi yet,'" atnd bow ing lie went out.
Th'ie consternat Ion of thalt giirl is bet
ter' imiaginled Ithan dleribed. Ilow easy
It would have bieen for hier to lend poor'
tired Matt a helping handi. Tien or lif
teen intutes woiuldi have atccomp)luihed
lots, andI wouled have huraat no one. Weo
t.hougEht of TPalmiatge's sermiion oin "'JIful
Ilours."' I [o says, "'the most tr'emien
dous things in youri lifi or' m'ne wet-e
certain half hiou rs."' Oh,e the haliif
houre! Thi is lashied acr'oss lmy mind1(.
I suippose' it is fi-om Talimaige too: "The
iight or wrong thlin gs you canl thiink In
thir'ty mliintce, the i ighit ort wrong
L,ingslf youi canl say in 1 iirt.y mliinutes,
the r'ighit or wr'ong L tigs you can doi
in thle'ty muinutes are't g)orious or' bale
fuih, ispiinig ori despierate."'
If we arte not iiistaken that girl will
always remtttieberI tat, hatli ouir in
wIihih shet soi creilly sliineede her
necighb or and receiv ed such a stingintg
G iris, youi don't m ed to have the tior
a l of this pointied oult.
IMr'. Et-:ditr. allow us to thank you for
that beautiiful atnd touIchin I g3 oetry,.
''The I'raicher'ls Vaucattlion. '' i its the
at.hor' of Newberri'ayY
t,he l':tor'- --success to is papuierI.
not$ From mounkey Town.
The health of tl community l very
Crops are looking well, especially
t!h ecirn crop. Cotton is shedding
i.ia oti tccoint of the excessive rain.
Ter' is grent need of another nail
i mto il ihis and14 Saltuda counties, ex
,ei i ti-im' Pro..perity, In this coun
t to) D111h1n1a. in Saluda County, cross
I I Ie river at. Simpson's ferry. The
piople in ti'is seopo of country have
o, ofom lotr to nino miles for their
1all. Anid as nearly everybody else
has mail routes near them, I don't
sco why t his territory should bo neg
lveted. W hat say you, brethren, along
the route? 1.et's get, a sharp stick af
ter out repettive, and got the
route at ocive.
\It. T. A. Dominick and li iss Mary
1 unter, of St. uke's, have been spend
i1a few days with the family of Capt.
J1uro. L,. Iluntter.
Dr. Il1uter, of l'rosperity, spent last
Tuesday night unt1der the parental
roof. We were certainly glad to see
him. as we wvee ailing, and he of
course ma-tle Us well at once. The
sight of a doctor that you have conil
do-e in does more good than the medi
(,line of one that. you have no confidence
fliree members were confirined at
lIletliel Baptist ehureh the fourth Sun
diy by baptism.
Mr. William Or IIIupton, who was so
verely kicked by a mule several weeks
ago. has so recovered that he Is now
able to attend to hiis ferrying.
It is certainly amusiting to see school
trtstees advertising for i'ist-grade
teachers at $25.0(0 per montla. Now,
gentlemen, if you want a first-grade
teavher pilt yoriti advertisement at $40
per month, and you will then get one.
Miss Hessie Dominick's school at Sa
111u,a Avaidemy will close with a pienic
on Saturday. September 4th.
Miss Maggie Hunter is spending the
week with her brother, Dr. G. Y. Hun
ler-, of Prosperity.
The writer and famIly will start to
day on a trip to see hiis sister, Mrs. bf.
C'. Leapheirt.. of Lexington, and will
- lpend one week in that county, visiting
rebtivIes and friends. It has been
fouritteenl years since we were down
there. h'llere is to be a wedding on the
road, and we expect to eat eake and
give thei the best music we have, let
that he evr r so poor. H.
August 24. 1897.
CHILL & FEVER
Jolly Street Dots.
e farmers are about through pull
ing fodder. Cotton picking the order
of the day.
(ir school will lose next, Saturday.
It onght by all means to have run two
Ar. I1. L. Livingst,on has opened up
an orngani repair shop at tils lace.
Mir. Sligh Metts harppenied up with
had luck wI hile on a visit to his brother,
Mr'. Willie Met.ts, in Saludra Count,y.
IIis mrare was in a lot, with sonme other
horcses arid one of thorn kicked her on
the leg just, above the ankle and broke
it. We aro'e soirry' to hea' of this, for
we know whart, t lhe loss of a good horse
Ar. G. Ni. Sirngley and sons have
putrchasedl a ntew wa"oni. rTat's r'ight,
boys~', get reCady for hauling.
T1he writei' spent last Satur'day night
with Ihis cousin, Mr'. J1. C. Chalmers,
near Sondley's, S. C. Mr'. Chalmers
is doing well.
Well, NIr. l'ditor', as news Is very
scarce, we ill close for' this time.
Augutst 25, 1897.
, l'olsonts engender'ed by food ferment
Iig ini at dlys)eptic stomtach rie the di
i'eet cause or rhleumaiitismn, gout, br'on
chitis, liver and kidney comlaints,
asthima, pnieumonia ai rnd many nervouts
Tihese r'esutlts are pr'eventeC by the
use of the Shaker Digestive Cordial, a
irmedy d iscereed atnd p)repared by the
Shraker's of Mount Lebanon, N. Y. It
is in Itself at food arid has power to di
gest other food taken with it. Thus it
r'es ts thre dIiseased stomach and finally
muasteis the worst eases of dyspepsia.
It act,s pu'rmptly and fi'esh *irougt,h
andI ri'e-ase of weight soon rollows.
T1he hirst dose, taken immediately after
eat-ing, abates the pain and distress
so drteaded by dyspeptles. Tial bot
tloes--enioiugh to pr'ove its mier'it--10
L~Axot is the best, medicine for chil
dr'ern. D)octors reccommnendl it in p)lace
of Castor (il .
At my old stand
ertson & Gilder's
with a fine line
elry and Silver
ware, Clocks and
Also a line of' fine Specta
cles and Eyeglasses in Gold,
Silver and( Steel Frames.
Watchmaker and Jewelers
The price of Watches has advanced,
owing to the t iiff; but wo are Domo
0rata and business men, and are going
to sel them at the sam low tigures
that charaotevize all our deals with our
customers. We bought in tlimo and
our line is large and elegant. We
would like to show you ours before you
buy-our fall lino of
It will bo a pleasure to us to show
them to you, just to seo you smilo. Ask
your neighbor if DANIELS ever failed
to treat him1 right, and colme to v-ce us.
New- boty, S. C.
P. S.-If you need G'a o mr ipoota
cles now is your Chance. \We vult
any eye that is not blind.
THE STATE OF 80U111 CARO
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The South Carolina Loan and Trust
ThomaR J. Lippcomb, Laila Pickens
Hunter, Sallie Pickens Haltiwangerl,
Sophia L. Arthur Eldred C. Sim
kins, James L Simkins, John C'.
Simkinp, Rosalie W. Simkiis. El.
dred Simkins Upieomb, John N.
Lipscomb, Mary lise Lipcomb,
Marcy J. Franks, Milledgo It. Lip
scomb, Jr., Amelia Summers Mor
row and Ward Motte Lipscomb, De
To the Defendants Above Named:
You are hereby t-ummioned and re
quired to answer tie Comiplaint iI this
atction, which was, on (lhe 22 id day of
July 1897, filed iii the otlien of the
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas (t.
Newberry, South Carclina) for New
berry County, II said State, and to
serve a copy of yvur answer to said
Complaint, on the subscibers at their
ollice at Newberry, in taid State, with
in twenty days after the service here
of, exclusive of the day of such service;
and if you fail to ansu er the Complaint
within the time aforepald, the Plaintiff
in this action will apply to the Court
for the relief demaudt(d in the Com
July 22nd, A. D 1A97.
MOWEI & IYNUJM,
Newberry, S. C.
To the Defendants; ThotmaisJ. UAp
scomb, LAlla Pikontis Hunter, Sallie
Pickens lIaltIwanger, Sophia L. Ar
thur, Eldred C. Simkins, James L.
Simkins, John C. 'imlkins, Rosalie W.
Simkins, Eldred Simklts Lipscomb,
John N. Lipsvomb, Mary Lmiqe Lin
seomb, Marey J. Franlks, M;lledgu B.
Lipscomb, Jr., anid Amella Summers
. Take notice that the Complaint iI
this action, together with t ie Sum
monjs, of which tihe foregoing is a copy,
was iilled In the office of the C erk of
tihe Court of Common Pleas, at New
berry, in the State of Sout h Carolina
on the 22nd (lay of Jtly 1897.
MOWER & BYN UM,
New berry, Soth Carolinia.
THlE STATE OF SOUTli CA RO
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Albert J. Gibson, as Administrator of
the personal estate of James N. Lip
ecomb, decease'd, Plaintiff,
Thoms J. Lipseomib, Lalla Pickens
Hunter, Mailie Pickenis HlaltA wainger,
Sophia L. Arthur, Eldred C. Simi
kins, James L. Simklus, John C,
Simkius, Rosalie W. Simakins, El
dired Simkins Lipscomo, John N.
Li pscomb1, Mary Louise Li pscombh,
Marcy J. Franks, MIiedge 11. Lip
scomb. Jr., Amelia Suimmiers Mor
row, Ward Motte Lipscomb, John WV.
L. A rthur, and George. G. D)eWalt,
To the Defenda.nts A bove Named:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the Complaint in tils
action, which was, on the 22nd dlay of
.July, 1897, tledl in the ottice of the
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for
Newberry County ini said State, at
Newberry, in the State of South Cairo
lina, and to servo a copy of your an
sw, r to said Complaint oin the subsr'rib
era at .heir office at Newberry, in said
State, within twenty days after the
service hereof, exclusive of the day of
such service; and if you fail to ansawer
the Complaint within the time afore
said, the Plaintiff in this action will
upply to the C urt for the relief do
miandcedi in the Complaint.
July 22nd, 1897.
MO WER &BIYNUM,
New berry, South Carolina.
To the Defendants, Thomas J. Lip
scomb, Laila Pickens Hunter, Sallie
Piekenms Haitiwang..r, Sophia L. Ar
thur, Eidred C. Si mkinsm, James Li.
Slmnkins, J,.in C. Simktins, Rosalie WV.
Simikins, Eldred Simt;inq Liscomb,
John N. Lipscomb, Mary Lnuise Lip.
scmb)l, Marcy J. Franks, Milledge 11.
Lipscomb, Jr., John WV. L. Arthur and
Amelia Summers Morrow.
Take notice that the Complaint in
this action, together wit,h the suim
mons, of which the foregoing~ Is a copy
was (lied in the othiee of the Clerk 01
the Court of Comm~ion Pleas, at, New
berry, in tihe State of Routh Carolina..
on the twoenty-second day of Jluly 1897.
MOWER & BYN UMr,
Plain thffs Attorneys,
New berry, South Carolina.
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