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GINNERS REPORT ON
TOTALS TO OCT. IS
Cotton Made Ready for Market Large
ly Exceeds the Amount Ginned to'
Same Date in Preceding. Three Sea.
sons-Grand Total is 7,740,631 Bales.
Cotton ginning throughout the South
since the picking of the corp of 1911
began has been carried on with great
er activity this season than in any
year in the history of the industry and
has resulted in the unprecedented
quantity of- 7.740,634 bales of cotton
ginned to October 18.
The census bureau report issued at
10 o'clock Wednesday showed , that;
greater quantities were ginned during
the season in every cotton State ex
There were. 2,316,000 bales more!
than were ginned last year to the
same date; 1,322,740 bales more than
during the record crop year of 1904,
and 47.7 per cent. of that year's total
crop of 13,697,310 running bales wer,
ginned to October 18 and 1,444,468
more than the big crop year of 19(
when 48.1 per cent. of the year's crop
of 13.432,131 running bales were gin
ned to that date.
Throughout the growing season va
rious conditions caused the crop to
mature. much earlier than in most
previous years and !arvest conditions
have been excellent in most districts
of the cotton belt.
In Texas the ginning surpassed pre
viois record by more than 600,0ntl
bales; in Georgia by 428,000 bal-es; in
Alabama by 138,000 bales; in North
Carolina by 129,000 bales, and in
South Carolina by 132,000 bales.
Washington, Oct. 25.-Rhe census
bureau's third cotton ginning report,
showing the number of bales of cotton
of the growth of 1911 ginned prior to
October 18, was issued at 10 a. m. to
day. The number of running bales,
counting round as half bales, with
comparative statistics to the corre
sponding date for the past three years
and the percentage of the total crop
ginned to that date in those years, is
United States: 7,740,634 bales, com
pared with 5,423,628 bales lasf- year,
~when 4659 per cent. of the entire crop
was ginned to October 18; 5,530,9671
bales in 1909, when 54.9 per cent. was
ginned, and 6,296,166 bales in. 1908,
when 48.1 per cent. was ginned.
The number of round bales included
was 53,605, compared with 66,183 bales
last year, 88,716 bales in 1909, and
118,720 bales in 1908.
The numbe.r of sea island bales in
eluded was 40,084, compared with 25,
691 bale 'last year, 36,482 bales in
1909, and 32,012 bales in 1908.
Ginning by States, with compari
eons and the percentagte of total crop
ginned to October 18 in previous years,~
Years. Gne,o rp
1911.. ....... 83,7
1910.. ........ 5526 4.
1909.. ...... .5233 43
1908.. ........ 6414 5.
1911.. ....... 27,8
1910.. ........ 1133 2.
1909..-........ 3084 4.
1908.. ........ 3748 3A
1911.. ........ 487
1910.. ........728 4.
1909.. ....... 3506 66
1908.. ........407 4.
1911.. ....... 15727 ..
-1910.. ....... 91,1 504
1909.. ........,1,4 02
1908.. ...... 1.1,8 56i
1911.. ....... 17,4
1910.. ........ 1370 4.
1909.. ........ 1397 5.
p 1908.. ..... ..20,9 4.6
1911.. ........ 3496 ..
1910.. ....... 35,3 296
1909.. ....... 39,9 364
1908.. ........ 6139 3.
1911.. ........ 4846 ..
1910.. ....... 2514 3.2
1909 .... . . 5,4 02
1908.. ....... 27,2 404
1911.. ....... 39,1
1910.. ....... 42,2 458
1909.. ....... 32,2 596
1.908. ... . . . 3,5
. 11.......... 9,1
3910.. ....... 5G2 4.
390.. ...... 2.01 4.
100S.. ..... fCiU .;'
... .... Y 641 452.1
1911...'.... .... 277978 ...
19 1 ).. .... .. .. 2,070,261 70
1909.. .1,675,428 67.
1908 .. . .2,047,796 56.
All Other -tates.
1911.. .......... 32,198 ...
1910.. ........ 8,540 10.]
1909.......... 19,892 34.(
190S.. .......... 23,623 32.1
Sea Isla;nd Distribution.
The distribution of sea island cottor
for 1911 by States is:
Florida.. ...... --.--.--.--.15,10(
Georgia.. .. ... .. .. . .24,21E
South Carolina.. .........--.71.
NOTICE OF CITIZEN'S :EETING.
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing of the citizens of the town of New
berry is hereby called to be held it
the council chamber on Monday, No
vember 6, 1911, at 8 o'clock p. m., t(
consider the plans for the nominatior
of Mayor and Aldermen for the towr
of Newberry, and any other matter.
that may properly come before th(
0. B. Mayer,
E. H. -Au 11, Chairman.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All persons having demands agains
the estate of Osborne L. Schumpert
deceased, will render an account o:
the same, duly attested, to the under
signed by November Z0, 1911.
Mrs. Mamie L. Schumpert,
SPARTANBURG COUNTY FAIR
October 25-2S, 1911-Very Low Rouni
Trip Fares via southern Rail.
way as Follows.
Newberry, S. C.... ... ..... ...$2.51
Greenwood, S. C.... ... ... ... 2.94
Anderson, S. C. ... ... ... ... 2.34
Honea Path, S. C.... ... ..... 3.6
Donalds, S. C...............3.54
Proportionately reduced .fares fron
other points. Tickets sold October 2
to 26, 1911, inclusive, with final limi
returning October 28, 1911. For fur
ther information call on nearest ticke
agent, or Frank L. Jenkins, T. P. A.
Augusta, Ga., or Jno. L. Meek, A. G
P., Atlanta, Ga.
All and singular the creditors of the
late Tench C. Pool, are hereby. requir
ed to render to J. A. Barton, executor
or to our attorney, Geo. S. Mower,
statement of their demands duly at
tested as required by law, and all par
ties indebted are required ,to ma.k
payment to the undersigned.
Carrie A. Pool,
J. A. Burton,e
Executer of Tench C. Pool, deceased.
NOTICE OF FINAL SET TLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that I will
make a final settlement of the per
sonal estate of H. Archie Haltiwan
ger, deceased, in the office of the Pro
bate Judge for Newberry county, or
Wednesday, the first day of November
1911, at 11 o'clock a. mn., and will im.
mediately thereafter apply for a 1ls
charge as administratrix of said' es
Frances L. Haltiwanger,
Administratrix of the Personal Estati
of H. Archie Haltiwanger, deceased
NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR KAYOJ
AND ALDERMEi OF THE TOWN .
OF NEWBEBRY, S. C.
Notice is hereby given that the reg
ular annual election for a Mayor a,u<
Five Aldermen, one Alderman fe:
each of the five wards, to serve for
term of one year, will be held at th<
Council Chamber, in the opera house
in the Town of Newberry, South Caro
lina, on the Second Tuesdai in Decem
ber, 1911,, being the 12th day of sait
month, the polls to be opened at
o'clock in the forenoon, and to close a'
6 o'clock in the afternoon. D. F. Pif
er, A. C. Welch and Alex. Singletor
are appointed managers of the said
By order of the Town Council oj
Newberry, S. C., on this the 5th. day o:
3. 3. Langford, Mayor.
~J. R. Scurry,
C. & T. T. C. N., S. C.
YOU TAKE NO FINAN~CIAL RISK.
We ake This Offer to Every Persox
in Newberry Who Suffers From
We want every person in this city
W1h) Miers from. kidney disease it
:l'y orm~ to ha ve personal kniowledg?
rf t'r( n-eritts of Rexal]1 Ki(dney Pill s
To' M M'z we offer thiem to every
o- ' v!:c, hn' med of such a remedy
w thi tVhe diefide anRd -distinct under
st:.ndi that, in the event they shall
m v of any benefit in the treat
rn o you cas, w wil propt
refund you the purchase price.
Put up in boxes containing sixty
pills; price 50 cents per box.
Rexall Remedies can be obtained
only at our store-The Rexall Store.
Gilder & Weeks.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By Frank M. Schumpert, Esquire,
WHEREAS, David E. Cannon hath
made suit to me to grant him letters
of administration of the estate of and
effects of T. Augustus Bouknight,
THESE ARE THEREFORE to cite
.nd admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said T. Au
gustus Bouknight, deceased. thaz they
be and appear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at Newberry,
S. C., on the 21st day of October, next
after publication thereof, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said administration
should not be granted.
GIVEN under my hand, this 4th day
of October, Anno .Domini, 1911.
F. M. Schumpert.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Mary F. Dominick, Corrie Merchant,
Joseph B. Dominick, Lilla Lowe,
Nina Vaniiver, Arthur F. Dominick,
Julia Metts, and Annie R. Harris,
Marie Dominick, Samuel W. Dominick,
By an order of the court herein, I
will sell to the highest bidder, before
the court house at 'Newberry, South
Ca'rolina, within the legal hours ol
sale on Monday, the sixth day of No
vember, 1911, same being salesday, al]
that tract or plantation of land knowr
as the "Croft Place," situate, lying
and being in the County of Newberry
and the State aforesaid, containing
four hundred acres, more or less, and
bounded by the lands of Thomas Blair
A. G. Wise, Mrs. Letitia Nichols, and
tW. E. Lake. Same to be sold in sev
eral tracts, plats of which will be or
file in the office of H. H. Rikard, Mas
ter for Newberry County, and may bE
seen by purchaser, on the following
terms, to-wit: One-third to be paid ii
Scash, balance to be paid in two equal
annual installments, the credit portior
to&be secured by the bond of the pur
chaser and a mortgage of the premiseE
sold. Said bond to bear interest al
the rate of 8 per centum per angium,
'payable annually until paid in full.
The s%id mortgage is to provide thai
in case interest is not paid annually
or any installment is not paid at ma
turity, then that the whole debt shall
become due and payable at the option
of the remaindermen or' any two or
more of them, and that the Master
shall immediately proceed to forclose
IUnless purchaser shall comply with
terms of sale withmn five days from
day of sale,. said land shall be resold
at risk of purchaser, on salesday in
December or the first convenienti
'The purchaser will have leave to~
anticipate payments in .whole or in
part. Purchaser will 'be required to
pay for all papers and recording ef
mortgages. The mortgages will also
provide for a ten per cent attorneys
fee in case the same are collected by
suit or placed in the hands of an at
!torney for collection.
The Kempson Ferry steele bridge
road runs directly through this prop
H. H Rikard,
Master NewDerry County.
IMaster's Office, October 2, 1911.
FARE LANDS FOR SALE.
We will sell on salesday In Novem
ber, 1911, at public outcry in front of
the court house at Newberry, within
the legai hours of sale, the real estate
of which Mrs. E. L. Spearmali died,
seized, in two tracts as follows:
1. The Home Place,' containinig 215
Iacres, more or less, and bounded by
lands of Mrs. F. S. Maffett, Mrs. F. S.
Paysinger, A. P. Werts and Tract No.
2. Tract No. 2, containing 125 acres,
more or less, and bounded by lands of
Sam Nance, D. M. Ward, A. P. Werts,
Fact3 No. 1, and the public road.
Termis: One-third cash and balance
payable one year from day of sale.
secured by 'bond and mortgage, with
interest from date at the rate of 8
per cent. and with the usual stipu-la
tion for ten per cent. attorney's, fees
Iif the credit portion is not paid at
maturi+y. The puren1aser will be re
aired to carry insurance on the
houses en the Home Place and as
.sign the samea for the' protection of
t idani. Punrc har s to pay for pa:y
ers and for recording.
This iaand lies~ ne:zr Sil ersteet a
sttion on the South ern railrornd, and
is highly improved.
Walter S. Spearm-.n.
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