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11INITER SEEKS DIVORCE.
Declares Life Made Miserable by
Wife's Jealousy-Cruelty, Neg
lect and Fear.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 17.-The Rev.
Benjamin Graham, recently pastor of
St. James Methodist church, of this
city, today filed suit for absolute di
vorce from Mrs. Lorah Harris Gra
ham. He alleges "cruelty, neglect,
fear of bodi.y harm to -himself and
children, unwarr-inted jnalousy of his
own childrn and all the women of
""',his church," chel, l.en it is de
clared, "culminates in wild tantrn i
of rage," embarrassing to himself and
In a statement issued shortly af:r
the filing of his divorce petition, Mr.
Graham goes into details regardin-I
his marital troubles.
Says Wife "hild Hater."
He states that before their marriage
his wife was for 11 yeprs a school
teacher at Covington. Cordele and
Athens, Ga., and that this, he beire,
is the cause of her unusual feeling to
wards his children.
"My wife is a child hater," he said.
and, although, I have not believed i-,
divorce, I now find that it is the only
thing possible for the sake of my
Mr. Graham states that they have
been married twenty-nine months and
in that time he has been compelled
to spend one-fourth of his entire time
attempting to calm his wife in her
jealous rages and restoring peace in
his household. His two children, a
boy of 11 and a girl of 5, are by a
Mrs. Graham Denies Charges.
Ringgold, Ga., Nov. 18.-Mrs. Lorah
Harris Graham, who was sued for di
vorce yesterday by the Rev. Benjamin
Graham, former pastor of St. James
Methodist church, of Atlanta, after the
minister had resigned from the Meth
odist conference, today denied the
charges made by her husband. She,
said they were "absolutely false in
most cases," and in some others were
based on "very slim foundations."
Mrs. Graham returned to her for
mer home here last Tuesday, acco-m-.
panied by Mary Graham, her 5-year-1
old step-daughter, for whose protec
tion the minister declared he had left
his church and his wife.
She declined to comment further on
her husband's divwrce petition, or to
say why she brought her step-daugh
ter with her.
A. W. organ Arrested in Columbia
Columbia, Nov. 18.-Late tonight A.
W. Morgan, white, emptied a load of'
shot through the top of a street car
in motion at the corner of Main and
Taylor streets, several passengers be
ing aboard the car at the timie. Mor
gan was standing on the street cor
ner and, it is said that he became an
gered because the car did not stop
Spromptly, and fired a single barrelled
shotgun, which he fiad in his hand at
the time,- into the car, the load of shot
tearing off the glass over the entire
front of the car, but fortunately not
hitting any of the passengers. Mor
gan was ai'rested and is tonight re
posing in the city lock-up.
SUIT AGAINST VARDANAN.
Explanation Sought of Former Gor
ernor Concerning Public Funds.
Jackson, Miss., Nov. 18.-Alleging
* that when he retired from office, in
1908, several thousand dollars in
State funds were not fully accounted
for, suit was filed in the chancery
court of Hinds county late today,
seeking to have former governor, now
United States Senator James K. Var
daman, make explanation. The suit
was filed by Attorney General A. S
The Mississippi Bank and Trust!
Company, now suspended, as the in-:
stitution in which Mr. Vardaman kept
his personal as well as official de
*posits, is made codefendant.
The bill alleges the former gover
nor made overcharges and double
charges in rendering expense ac
counts for visits to State institutions,,
and that public moneys and his pri
vate bank accounts were mixed.
* AT THE THEATRE. *
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December 1--Daniel Boone.
December 12-College Minstrels. 1
December 14-The Traitor. 1
December 25-The Thief.
f January 3-Finnegan's Honeymoon.
January 15-The County Sheriff. ]
February 8--Madame Sherry. i
F%eruar 22.-The Lymran Twins. 1
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International Grand F
Ticiets will be sold for all I
for Trains Scheduled to arrive
ber 3oth, 1911, and will be lim
starting point by midnight of I
Parking Space for Automobiles
Boxes to accommoda
Reserved Seats for Grand St:
Other Attractions Tuesday,
Grand Parade Dramatic Ord
nesday, November 29th, at 3
Ball Game. Savannah Poultry
See your nearest Ticket Age
Special Train Service and full
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Trav. Pass. Agent. Trav. Pass. Agt.
March 29-A Woman of the Hour.
April 6--Christy Bros. Minstrels.
April 2.4--The Traveling ,Salesman.
OHICH ESTER S PILLS
Pils n Eed and Gold metalliX
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BRAYIND PILIA, for a
01 P OY DRIiSGSTS EVERY WHFit
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
James F. Epting, Sr., individualy and
as Administrator of Lula B. Epting,
Lewie L. Lane, William L. Lane, Ver
na Lane, Drayton L. Lane, James F.
Epting, Jr., Harry D. Epting, and F.
M. Schumpert as public guardian of
Guy H. Bodie, a minor, Defendants.
By order of the Court herein, I will
sell abefore the court house at New
berry, S. C., within the legal hours of
sale, to the hightest bidder, on sales
day in December next, tihe same being
the 4th day of said month, all tha.t lot
of land lying and being situate in the
Town of Newberry, County of New
berry, State of South Carolina, known
as Lot No. 1, of thle Home Place of
Lula B. Epting, deceased, bounded by
Boundary street, Drayton street, Lot
Nos. 2 and 3 of said lands.
Also Lot No. 2 of said Home Place,
bounded by Boundary street, Lot
Nos. 1 and 3 of said Home Place and
lot of T. E. Epting, which will be more
ully shown by plats of said lots, made
by F. W. Higgins, surveyor, dated No
vember 15, 1910, now on file din the
Jlerk of Court's office for Newberry
lounty, S. C., in thle above entitled
Terms of Sale: One-third of the pur
Thase price in cash, the balance in one
3.nd two years in equal annual install
nents, the credit portion to be secur
ad by the bond of the purchaser and a
ortgage of the premises sold, with
eave to the purchaser to anticipate
payments of the credit portion in
whole or in part; the credit portion to
ear interest from the day of sale at
:he rate cf 7 per cent. per annum, pay
able annually; said bond and mort
;age to contain a stipulation for ten
per cent. for attorney's fees in case
be sone is collected by suit or put in
io hands of an attorney for collection.
rize Automobile Race
)ay, Nov. 30th
T CUP RACE
rige Trophy Race
6rains Nov. 26, 27, 28 and 29,
Savannah before noon Novem
ited for retnrn to reach original
)ecember 4th, 1911.
for six people, both days $5o.o
te six people $50 00
and good for both days $3.00
Nov. 28, at 8.30 p. m.
er Knights of Khorassan Wed
p m. Georgia-Auburn Foot
Sho%v will be on the whole week.
nt ror Pullman Reservations,
,C.' B. RYAN, R. H. STANSELL,
Gen. Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
The house on the home lot must
insured by the purchaser for not I
than two-thirds of its value and
insurance policy assigned to the M
ter as additional security. Purchas
to pay for papers and recording
same. H. H. RIKARD,
Master for Newberry County, S. C
November 6, 1911.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COTINTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The Bank of Columbia, S. C., Plain1
The Havird Company, Bettie Havi
The Bank of Prosperity, The Be
of Saluda and Robert L. Luther
M. H. Kempson, Defendants.
By virtue of an order of the Co
herein, I will sell to the highest I
der, before the court house at N<
berry, in South Carolina, with in
legal hours of sale, on Monday, sal
day, December 4, 1911, all the rie
title and interest of Bettie Havird
and to all that tract, piece or pai
of land, lying and being in the Tc
of Prosperity, County of N'ewbei
State of South Carolina, contain
twenty-five (25) acres, more or 1<
and bounded by 'Southern Railh
company's land, land of B. B. Hair
S. C. Barre and others.
Terms of sale: The purchaser 3
be required to pay one-third of
purchase price in cash, the balance
one and two equal annual instalmei
with interest from day of sale al
per cent., payable annually, the cre
portion to be secured by the bond
the purchaser and a mortgage of
premises sold, with leave to the P
chaser to antici.pate payment of
credit portion in whole or part, a
if the purchaser fails to comply ~w
the terms of sale said property v
be resold on the following salesi
at the risk of the former purchas
The purchaser shall be required
pay one hundred dollhrs in'mediata
when property is knocked down
him. Said bond and mortgage to ci
tain a stipulation for 10 per cent.
fees in case of foreclosure or put
the amount due thereon as attorne
the hands of an attorney for collecti<
Purchaser to pay for papers and:
H. H. RIKARD,
Master for Newberry County, S. C
Novembere 6, 19Q 1.
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