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TTTJMAN CASE NEXT W EK.
Supreme Court Will Decide Whi
Shall Have the Custody of Chil
dren of Mr. and Mrs. B.
R. Tillman, Jr.
Columbia, Jan. 24.--The h-abea.
corpus proceedings instituted b;
Mrs. B. R. Tillman, Jr., against B
R. Tillman, Sr., and Mrs. S. S. Till
man will c=tne up in the suprem
court next Monday morning. A wri
was issued to-day and made returp
able on January 31 requiring th4
presence in. the Court of the person
interested in the ex parte proceeding
There was quite a hitch in th
matter this morning before the Su
preme Court decided to assume ju
risdiction. The first annou-n-cemen
from the Court was that it wouli
probably be necessa-ry for a refr
ence and the Court practically de
elined to consider the ease. After s
conference between. attorneys it wa:
decided, however, that the supremi
Court would hear the case. Th
limitation is that in the event it i%
found tha-t ~the affidavits are con
flicting and the Couri cannot make a
speedy settlement of the matter fro?
the, nearly 200 affidavits the refer
ente will be oidered and then th<
ease will come back to the saprelne
eourt at its next sitting.
Attorneys for the petitioner, Mrs
B. R. Tillman, Jr., wished for the
matter to be considered as soon- as
possible and a decision rendered
When the case was first preesnted t<
-the court it was indieated that there
had been a ruling that such matter
should go before the Circuit Judges
'The Court appeared not disposed to
take up the ease and counsel asked if
un order would then issue allowing
the Judge of the eireuit to eonsidez
th,e matter. Later, however, the or
- der making the writ returnable it
the supreme court was issued.
It was stated to4day that very
probably Senator B. R. Tillmam
would be present at the hearing in
the supreme court. Attorney Simp
kins to-day stated to the Court thai
the Senator waives all rights as t<
his attenanee on Congressional du
ties, and also that if the case went to
a -Circuit Judge he wodld like for it
To go to the Judge. in- the Egefieli
Oircuit, or if not before the sapremt
court, so'that he and 'his 'wife mighi
be present at the proceedings.
The case grows out of the allegei
desertion of Mrs. B. R. 'Tillman, Jr.
by her husband- and his taking away
- of thieir two children and deeding
them to his father and mother, Sen
ator and Mrs. B. R. Tillmani, unti
-they are 21 years of age. Mrs. B
R, TUllman, Jr., aecuses her hus
band of having treated her eruell:
and unjustly, and he alleges that sh
is living apart from him without rea
- Sloan~ ' i et,as
tht eein *o numbnes
Thsculartisue, tearis pe
Sloan.'C Lin,ofimoent a s
stop ndieuala painws rat oun
Joint a.n Sprao insan al
Son's ATer oe ation the poreai
nR_h i ATt..Th N
son, and claims that sne is unfitted w
and unable to raise the two children
> they should be raised. ir
The climax of the alleged marital. a
troubles of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Till
ran, Jr., were reached late in No- is
vember, 1909, it appears, and since r]
; that time Mrs. B. R. Tillman, Jr., m
r who comes of a very distinguished
South Carolina family, being a grand s
- i&aughter of former Governor Pick- w
a ens, of this State, has been. living in s
t this city.
Tilman Makes Statement. is
Washington, Jan. 24.-Senator
Tillman, of South Carolina, thinkm he S
and his wife will not be deprived of U
- the custody of their two grandehil
- dren, for the possession of whom a
their mother, Mrs. B. R. Tillman, Jr., la
began habeas corpus proceedings at a]
Columbia to4d-ay. Senator Tillman
last night said, in part: W
My son and his wife have been M
twice separated and are now, but lat- CI
er were reconciled and at my sugges- N
tion went West, intending to remain. tr
A few weeks ago they again :dis
agreed. Mrs. Tillman 'left their a
partment here in Washingtoo, and
after waiting three days, my son
brought the little girls to my wifp. SE
"Finding that his wife showed no C
inclination to return to him, my son
deeded the chiliften to me. Under the M
law of South Carolina, this may be 'lo
done by a father for the good of his
children, or by the wife in ease the Ei
father is not living. This is why they la
are now with me. My sole interest
in the matter is to have them proper
ly cared for 'and guarded. Mrs. B. R. TI
Tillmai, Jr., has been told by emi
nent counsel that she cannot recover Li
the children." A
B. R. Tiliman, Jr., is clerk of the TI
Senate committee on the five civi. Bi
lized tribes of Indians. I
Mrs. B. R. Tillman, Jr, had stated
in her affidavit that while she and
her husband were living together
peaceably in Washington last Nov
ember, 'the latter took the children ]
out,- stating that he was going to
spend the day at his mother's who
was in Washington temporarily, and
that during the day he gave the
children to his mother, an!d she left
with them for South Carolina. Mrs.
B. R. Tillman, Jr., alleges further A]
that when sye rebuked her husband Se
for this action he left her and has bl
not returned. sa
2. O'Neall Dots. fl*
Times are dull around this section as
Iand some cold weather too, but we b
are progressing very nicely in' our s5
studies. Well, just -a year ago we had1 m
a males street in this section. et
~Most of us .ean bow our heads when vt
-Mr. Measles passes by. Very few he at
dna of neuralgia are caused
~s. Sciatica is also a nerve p
hing external application, H
ce, quiets the nerves, relieves in
which is often a warning of tb
effect oin the nervous and
rmanent as well as immedi' th
Relieved the Paip, et
Eerer from neuralgi to try Sloan s ini-.J
left her and she has not been troubled
1 Pains. E
, 50c. and $1.00. iN g w
mt Free. Address- p
OSTON, MASS. f
ill have '> come ajd dine with.
Mrs. C:therine Long, of near Lex
.gton court ""ouse, is visiting friends
id relativ-es of this section.
Mrs. J. W. Wise, of this section,
at prsent seriously troubled with
ieumati4u. being confined to b
ost of the time.
Mrs.. Fannie Bedenbaugh, of this
etion, who has been seriously ill
ith pne-umonia, we are very glad to
y is still improving.
There is a great deal of sickness in
is section now, and some of which
We are sorry to state that Mrs.
illie Morris, of this section, is grad
dly and daily growing worse.
The pastor of Mt. Olivet preiched
forcible sermon last Sunday to a
rge and attentive congregation;
so had com-munion.
The children's missionary society
as organized last Sunday by Mrs.
. . J. Kreps. The following offi
rs were elected: President, Voigt
essinger; secretary, Arthur Shealy;
easurer, .Arthur Derrick.
Mr. Luther Derrick has his dwell
g house nearly completed.
Mr. Banks Hiller, of Newberry,
ent a ngrt last week with Mr. W.
Lots of small grain is being sowed
this district and at- present it is
)king very poorly.
Mr. R. T. C. Hunter and Mr. L. I.
>ting passed through this section
t Tuesday on insurance business.
Le Voice of the' East to the Voice
of the West.
most appreciative cuss,
e Sun gets ip to look at us,
t when he strikes the West instead
a gets so bored" he goes to bed.
ELATING TO THE STOPPING
AND STANDING OF ANTMALS
AND VEHICLES IN CEETAI
PLACES IN THE TOWN . OF
NEWBERRY, SOUTH CARO
Be it ordained by the Miayor and
.dermen of the Town of Newberry,
mth Carolina, jii Council assem
e, and by .the authority of the .
Section 1. That on and after theA
t day of Ferbru~ary,\1910, exceptj
is hereinafter provided, it shall
unlawful for any person or per
ns, using or in charge of any ani
al or vehicle of any kind wh atso-.
-er, to stop or stand such animal or
thiele, or to allow or permit the said
limal or vehicle to stop or stand,
t the public square of the Town of;
ewberry, which said public square
hereby defined to mean and include
.e ground in fr6nt of, in rear of,
id around the od 'court house build
gor on that part of M'ain Street
~tween College and Nance streets,
on -that paart of Boyce street be-1
~een Ca-idwell and Nanee streets, or
that part of Caldwell street be
een Friend and .Boyce street's, or
that part of .Nonce street between
sn and Boyce streets.j
See. 2. That this oridinance shall
4 apply to persons stopping or
anding animals or vehicles i h
aces and on the street8 mentioned in
~etion 1 her-eof for the purpose of
scharging passengers or persor.s
erefrom or of loading an'd unload
g such animals and vehiceles,Po
ded, that not mre than -ten min-]
es is "'onsumed for'said purposes or
ber of them at any one time.
See. 3. That any person violating
is ordinance shall, upon conviotion,
fore the Mayor, Mayor Pro Tamn
re, or Town Council, be sentenced
pay a fine of not more than Onie
undred Dollars, or to be imprisoned'
the Town guardhouse for not more1
an thirty days, or to labor upon
e streets anid public works of the;
ma of Newberry for not more than
irty days. - .
Done and ratified under thie eorpor
a seal of the Town of Newberry,
uth Carolii1a, on the 24th day of'
nuary, A. D., 1910.1
Cole. L. Blease,
Clerk & Treas., Town of New
berry, S. C.
GERLMS IN HER SYSTEK.
ery Woman Should Read this Ad
ice and thle Generous Offer that
.Goes With It.
[he -number of diseases peculiar to
men. is such that we believe this]
tee would hardly contain a mere
ntion of their names, and it is a
t that most of these diseases are
a atarrha.l nature A woman cagn
not be well if there is a trace of ea
tarrh in her system.
Some women think thee is no
help for them. We positively de
clare this to be a mistaken idea. We
are so sure of this that we offer to i
supply medicine absolutely free of 4
all oost in every instance where it
fails to give satisfaction, or does not
substantiate our claims. With this
understanding, no woman should hes- 3
itate to believe our honesty of pur
pose, or hesitate to put our claims 1
to a test.
There is only one way to over
come catarih. That way is through
the blood. - You may use all the
snuffs, douches or like remedies for
years without getting more than tem
porary relief at best. Catarrh in
general is a dis'ased condition of the
system that shows locally most fre
juently in discharges from mucous
aembranes. Local treatment shoald
be assisted by internal treatment for I
the general diseased condition if a
2omplete cure is to be reached. That e
nternal treatment should be scien
-ifically devised and faithfully ad
Rexall Mucu-Tone. is scientifically
>repared from the prescription of an'1
1-minent physicia , who for thirty
rears made catarrh his specialty.
rhis remedy is admirably adapted
;o the treatment of the catarrhal
Lilments of women. It purifies and
mriehes the blood, tends to stop
nucous discharges, aids in removing
mpurities from the system, soothes,
iea.ls and strengthens the mucous 1
issues, and brings about a feeling of j
iealth and strength.
We want you to try Rexall Mnicu
Cone on our guarantee. If you are
iot benefitted, or for any reason not.
atisfied, simply tell us and we will
iand back your money. Rexall Mu- 9
,u-Tone comes in two sizes, 50 ceats
tnd $1.00. Remember, you can ob
ain Rexall Remedies in Newberry
)nly at our store,-The Rexall Store.
Rlder & Weeks, Main, Street, New
)erry; S. C.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
iot a common, every-day cough mix
ure. It is a meritorious remedy for
L1 the troublesome and dangerous
-omplications resulting from cold in
he head, throat, ehest or lungs. Sold
>y W. E. Pelhram & Son.
-used PERUVIAN de
.GUANO you have -
never realized the great.
est Possible yield from
6. Peruvian Guano is the natural excre
ment of the millions upon milions of
fish eating birds that inhabit the rainless
cliis on the coast of Peru and adjacent
6. It is really digested fish-the richest of
6. Chemists have never been ableto.t
the ele'ments into -commercial fertilizer
in the forms in which they exist in this
product of nature. -
6. We have an army of workmen dig
ging out this fertilizier. It is then loaded
uiponi vessels and shipped to the United
GE Peruvian Guano has been used as far
back as the fourteenith century.
5. Tho~se who try It become enthusiastic
about it, -and the demiand has always been -
grea.ter th.m the supply.
It This is YOUR opportunity to secure
some of the genuine from far Peru.
P:'.RuvIAN H AND BooK
IL.Fill out the attached coupon and mail,
mnd you will receire FREE our beautiful
yook of letters and pictures from those
rho have used Peruvian and full infor
PERUVIAN GUANO CORPORATION,
Charleston, S. C.
Gentlemen :--Please send me your
book about Peruvian Gpano, (illus
trated) and full information.
Peruvian Guano Corporation,
CHARIESTON, S. C.
Summer Bros. Co.. Distributors.
If you are looking for some
thing that is beautiful and up
to date in VALENTINES, you,
want to come to
THE BOOK STORE.
My stock is worth your time to
look it over. I have,a Valen
tire to suit every one, in quality
also in price. They are now on
display. Come and look them
1 over, and if you see anything
that suits- you can have it put,
aside. My prices run from 1c.
A LITTLE TALK
may put you its the way of saving
a lot of money. Come and have it
with us. We want to prove to youL
how the best lumber is the cheap
est at the start as well as in the end
We cannot shov you the physical
difference between poor and the
*best luinber for we do not harLdlea
*any bu't the latter qtsality.
NEWBERRY LIJM5ER CO,
Chamblerlain's Cough Remedy is a lrefrapyfo.ler d $
ry valuable medicine for throat Jsr sgada f adett a
d lung troubles, quickly relievesfosadinr
d cures painful breathing and a .NayA Bdhag,
ngerously sounding cough which in-GarinKtBesbu
sates congested lungs. Sold by W. 1-11-10At 1taw.
Pelham & Son.
herby BflIMET. Work 20 Edurs aDay.
FOTICE FIN~AL SBTEE T Th busiest little things ever made
Notice is heeygiven that I will rare Dr. King's New -Life Pils. Er
ke final settlement in the Prbaeery pill is a sugar coated globule of
urt for Newberry County, nn hiealth, that ehanges~ weakness inte
edriesday, February -9th, 1910, at i strength, languor into 'energy, brain
ven o'clock in the forenoon, as Ifag into mental po'wer; curing.ao
ardian of the estate of Kate Be- Istipation, Headeahe, Chills, Dyspes
abaugh, and will immediately sia, Malaria. 25e. at W. E. PeIfa='. s
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