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SENATOR TILMAN IS
READY FOR SESSION
PLANS TO STAY IN WASHINGTON
DURING ENTIRE SESSION.
Senior Senator Apparently Not Con
cerned Over Chances of Re-elec
Columbia, Nov. 21.-When Senator
"rillman returns to Washington it is
his purpose to remain there. He has
been quite active for some time on
his farm at Trenton and this out of
door work has no doubt been of great
benefit to him, and he feels able and
strong enough to undertake the work
at Washington when the session
opens in a few weeks.
Senator Tillman is not saying any
thing about his re-election, because he
takes that for granted, and if nothing
occurs between now and the next pri
mary his name will, of course, be be
fore the voters and he has no doubt
that the people will re-elect him.
It is a long time since March, 1S9.,
when Senator Tillman took his seat in
the United States. Of the group that
went into the senate at that time but
very few remain, and the associates
of Senator Tillman at that time who
remain are: Senators Bacon, Martin
- Ranks Seventh.
The senate, as every one knows, is
a very "close corporation," and it is
perhaps the one organization where
seniority counts most. Once in a
while a shining light breaks in and
temporarily disconcerts the customs
and precedents of generations, but
this is most unusual. Senator Till
man ranks seventh in seniority-that
is in length of service. The United
States senators ahead of him are Sen
ators Cullom, Gallinger, Lodge, Perk
ins, Clark, of Wyoming, and Warren,
and then comes the group of which
Senator Tillman is one. Of course,
,as every one knows, Senator Cullom
is a very old man, being 82 years of
age. Senator Gallinger was born in
1837, Senator Perkins in 1839 and
Senator Warren was born in 1844, and
of the senators who remain in the
1895 group: Senator Bacon was born
In 1839, Senator Nelson in 1843, while
Senator Tillman was born in 1847,
which makes him really one of the
younger members of the senate.
Might Happen, Too.
It Is because of this long service,
aside from the recognized ability of
Senator Tillman, that makes him of so
much value at this time and the possi
bilities of his service of e'er so much
more value. The changing of three
senators, that is the election of three
Democrats instead of three Repulili
cans, who are now senators, will
change the majority of the senate
from Republican to Democratic, and
.In that event Senator Tillman would
by right of being the ranking Demo
cratic member have the choice of the
chairmanship of one of several of the
most Important conmittees of the
* He is the ranking Democrat on the
Sloan's Liniment has a
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Mich., writes :-" Sloan's Liniment is
the best medicine in the world. It has
relieved me of Neuralgia. Those pains
have all gone and I can,)truly say your
Liniment did stop them."
Mr.Andrew F. Lear of 50 Gay Street,
Cumberland. 3Id., writes:-" I have
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and I certainly do praise it very much."
is the best remedy for rheu
matism, backache, sore
throat and sprains.
At all dealers.
Price 25c.,50c.and $1.00
Hogs and Poul-.
committees of appropriation, naval af
fairs, interstate commerce, mines an<
mining, and Indian relations, and i.
now chairman of "Five Civliizei
Tribes of Indians," which givIes hin
a clerk and messenger. If the Demo
crats should gain control of the sen
ate, which is altogether likely, thi
would make Senator Tillman chair
man of perhaps the most importan
committee in the senate, that is th
committee of appropriations whic!
handles the billion dollars that ar
annually expended by the fedee.- gov
ernment. As a matter of fact th
Democrats want Senator Tillman fo
this position and now defer to hi
in many matters that come before thi
committee, of which he is the rank
ing minority member.
Just a little incident to show hov
things go. For many years a bil
was pending either in 'the house 0
senate providing for a fish hatcher:
in South Carolina, but it never pass
ed both branches in any one year an<
never got into the appropriation bill
At a meeting of the committee las
year while the matter of appropriat
ing funds for fisheries was under dis
cussion, although there was no bil
before either the house or senate
Senator Tillman suggested that h(
wanted a fishery for this State ai
wanted $25,000. The other member.
of the committee concurred and with
out any legislative act the $25,000 wa
simply incorporated in the general ap
propriation bill, and this is the wa:
things are often done and why a chair
manshp is of so much importance
Long service, too, makes such thing
easy to do.
Of course, Senator TillMan with hi
quickness has not needed the eigh
teen years that he has been in th
senate to find out how to "work th
machine" or to catch on to all th
legislative "kinks," but he has use
this time in addition to becoming fa
miliar with the legislative machiner
Imaking friends, and the people i
1Washington, regardless of poltical af
filiations, all testify to the high re
gard in which Senator Tillman is hel
by the officials, as well as by officer
in the army and navy, and with hi
rank, efficiency and acquaiptance, i
the Democrats should gain control c
the senate the people of this Stat
can hardly estimate of how mue&
yalue he would be.
Of course, Senator Tillman is no
as vigorous nor as strong as he ha
been, but he is able to be up an<
about; to make speeches, though Di
Babcock advises him not to do it, t
say what he wants; to dictate letters
to attend committee meetings, and ta
"kick" whenever it may be necessar3
and these things count for much i:
official life in Washington, wher
speech-making is more largely intend
ed for outside consumption than it i
for results. '
It is just as well for the people a
South Carolina to understand wha
the conditions are with regard to Sen
ator Tillman and his rank among th
Democrats, the disadvantage c
changing horses and whar his spher
of usefulness may amount to if h
continues in his present health an
the Democrats continue to hold o
to what they have, to say nothing c
gaining control of the senate, and it
greater possibilities. Committee wor:
counts for more in the United State
senate than in any legislative assem
bly in America. August Kohn.
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERjRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Frank M. Schumpert, Probate Judgi
for Newberry County and Publi'
Guardian of Williamn D. Hatton,
Robert Norris, individually, and af
Executor of the Last Will and Tes
tament of Mrs. E. H. Norris, deceas
ed, Elvira Bruce, Kittie Norris, Wil
lam C. Norris, Lucy May White anc
John T. Norris, Defendants.
By virtue of an order of the Cour
herein. I will sell to the highest bid
der, before the court house at New
berry, South Carolina, within the lega:
hours of 'sale, on Monday, selesday
December 4, 1911, all that tract of lant
lying and being situate in the count3
of Newberry, State of South Carolina
On the waters of Cannon's creek
known as the "Isaac Hunt place," con
taining one hundred and seventeet
(117) acres, more or less, and bounded
by lands of George Johnstone. John C
Neel, John C. Halfacre and estate ol
George DeWalt, being t^ae sa.me traci
of snd whereon I now reside and
whi'A w :.s conveyed to me by deed~
ance for Newberry County, S. C., at I
I page -book -. in
Terms of sale: One-third cash, and in
I the balance in one and two equal an- fr
1 nual payments, with interest on thei b(
- credit portion from day of sale at thel cl
- rate of S per cent. per annum, interest sc
5 payable annually, said credit portion P
- to be secured by a bond of the pur
t chaser and a mortgage of the premises pi
?:sold, said bond and mortgage to pro-: tr
vide for 10 per cent. attorney's fees a]
in case of collection by suit or by an
- attorney, with leave to the purchaser
to anticipate the payment of the cred
it portion in whole or in part, and in
case the purchaser fails to comply fe
with the terms herein within ten days
- after the day of said sale, the Mas- ai
ter will resell said tract of land on of
the following salesday at the risk of
the former purchaser. Purchaser to S
pay for papers and recording of same.
H. H. RIKARD,
- Master for N. C., S. C. L
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 0
t COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
- In Court Common Pleas.
- Wallace B. Todd, Plaintiff,
1 against hi
James J. Lane, The Scottish Ameri- do
can Co., Limited, Tench C. Pool, The:bi
Bank of Columbia, S. C., The Pal- SE
metto National Bank, M. S. Bailey 1i
- & Son, The First National Bank of 41
Clinton, S. C., The Carolina Nation- do
- al Bank of Columbia, S. C.; South
i Carolina Loan and Trust Co., and i
- Georgia Chemical Works, Defend- C
. ants. C
3 Pursuant to an order of the court a
Lhere dated 16th October, 1911, by his N
5 honor, George W. Gage, presiding U
- judge for Eighth circuit, I will sell at h
e pu'blic outcry to the highest bidder a
e before the court houze at Newberry, N
e I South Carolina, within the legal hours S
:f of sale, on Monday, -salesday, Decem- 1o
- ber 4, 1911, the following described b
y tracts of land, to wit, same being lands c
1 of James J. Lane:. b
Tract No. 1 of the ''Glymph place," b
. being situate and lying in the county
I of Newberry, State of South Carolina,
r containing one hundTed six and thir- 6
s teen one-hundredths (106 13-100)
f acres, more or less, bounded by lands
f of W. F. Brown, estate of Young Tobe, a
eTract No. 2 of the Glymph place, and
i, Mrs. Mattie Glymph.r
Tract No. 2, of the Glymph place,e
t lying and being situate in Newberry
s county, State of South Carolina, con-t
i taining eighty-seveni and three one-'0
.hundreda (87 3-190) acres, more~ or b:
y less, boueded by~ Tract No. 1 oft the1p
;Glymph place, lands of Young Tobe, f
y John Cromer, E. L. Giympii and Mrs. II
, Ma.ttie L. Glymph.
1 Tract No. 1 of the Duncan place, ly-1p
3 ing and being situate in the county ofs
- Newberry, State of South Carolina, g
scontaining one hundred fifty-five and n
Ieighty-eight one hundredths (155 88- e'
f 100) acr-es, more or less, bounded by c1
t Ilands of Henry Suber, J. L. Crooks, J. si
-JR. Dickert, Truct Number 2I22
e of the Duncan place, anid Broad river.
f Tract No. 2 of the D)uncan place, ly- -
eing and being situate in Newberry
& County, State of South Carolina, con
1 taining One Hundred Twenty-Three
2 n Forty One-Hundredths (123 40- iB
f. 100) acres, more or less, bounded by C
S Tract No. 1 of the "Duncan place,'' 0
Slands of J. R. Dickert and Broad river. c!
I The Wicker Place, lyIng and being t3
~ situate in the County of Newberry, D
State of South Carolina, containmg
ISeventy-Six and Eighty-Four Hun
dredths (76 84-100) Acres, more or N
less, bounded by lands of W. D. Bun
Idrick, John Ringer, Mrs. William'
Lane: B. Cromer and Mrs. Mary Wed
The Hentz Place, lying and being
situate in the County of Newberry, u.
State of South Carolina, containing F
Forty-Three (43) Acres, more or less, I
bounded by lands of Sarah Felker,
Sligh and dirooks, estate of John Ear' N
gle and W. F. Suber.
The "Glymph Mill' Tract, lyim;~ and
being situate in the Count.y of New- a
berry, State of South Caroina, con. N
tainiLng Sixty (60) Acres, mor3 01 PnsS, sE
bounded by Broad riv*s", :aud.s of J1. S.,
J. Suber, W. F. Brown and others.
The "Oxner" Place, lying and 'aeing0
situate in the County of Newberry, :6
State of South Carolina, containing
Twenty (20) Acres, more nr :ess,a
and bounded by lands of Mrs. Carrie
Lane and others.
Terms of Sale: Except as to the Ox-N
ner Place, one-third of the purchas
price to be paid in cash, the balance
in two equal annual inst.imen~ts, wit'.k A'
interest from day of sale at .. per cen
turn per annum, the credit portion to
be secured by the bond of the purchas
er and a mortgage of the premises I
sold, with leave to the purchaser to
anticipate payments in whole or in!
part; the mortgage ta pra1e iMr an d
attorney fee of 10 p-3r ccnt. of the as
amount due thereon in case same is IM
foreclosed by suit or placed in the! C<
bands of 'an .attorney, for collection.- Ci
rivsOxm. nh 'e rim .nrhasear sna.
required to pay one-half of his b4
cash, the balance in one year, wit'
terest at 8 per, centum per annuu
om day of sale, the credit portio:1 t,
secured by the bond ef the pur
taser and a mortgage of th prelise'
4d, with leave to the pdhaser (A
Ly all or part of the cred,,it portia
cash; all other.terms shall be a
-ovided in terms for the foregoin
acts. Purchasers to pay f.r papt
id recording same.
H. q. Rikard,
Master for Newbarry Coiint:7.
November 6, 1911.
On the Duncan place is one millio,
et of fine yellow pine timber.
On the Glym>h place, two hundrei
id fifty thousand feet of same kin,
'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
lcy W. Cannon, Plaintiff,
C. Leaphart, Mertie Leaphart, J. .
Langford and Sarah L. Foster, De
By virtue of an order of the Cour
rein, I will sell to the highest bid
r, before the court house at New
rry, S. C., within the legal hours c
le, on the first Monday in Decembei
11, same being -salesday, and th
h day of said month, the followin!
"sribed property to wit:
All that lot of land lying and be
g situate in the Town of Newberr
Dunty of Newberry, State of Sout
rolina, containing one-third of a
:re, more or less, and fronting a
anee street, 67 feet, and runnin
ick therefrom two hundred feet, an
ving a uniform width of 67 fee
ad bounded on the north by lot c
. L. Leaphart, on the east by lot c
allie H. F. Pope, on the south by h
Thos. M. Sanders, and on the wei
r Nance street, the same being the k(
)nveyed to the said 0. C. Leapha3
y J. H. Clary by deed, dated Nover
-r 1, 1907.
Terms of sale: One-half of the pul
iase price to be paid in cash, th
a.lance on a credit of twelve month
ie credit portion to be secured by
Dnd of the purchaser and a mortgap
the premises sold, said bond an
ortgage to provide for interest at t1
Lte of 8 per cent. per anpum, and I
mtain a stipulation for the paymet
S10 per cent. of the amount du
ereon as attorney's fees, in case<
yllection by suit or foreclosure c
V an attorney at law, in addition I
rincipal and interest, and the house
ereon to be insured in amount a
.ay be necessary by the Master, an
e insurance policy assigned by th
Lrchaser to the Mlaster as aaumcOns
eurty. The purchaser wiii oe re
Lred to pay to the Master $100 izi
ediately when property is sold, as a
ridence of good faith in his bid. Pul
aser to pay for papers and recordin
une. H. H. RIKARD,
aster for Newberry County, S. C.
November 7, 1911.
COLLECTION OF TOWN T AXES.
Notice Is hereby given that the Ta
ooks for the Town of Newberry,
,will be open from the 15th day C
etober, 1911, to the 1st day of De
mber, 1911, both inclusive. A penal
-of ten per cer.t. will be added afte
ecember 1st, 1911.
J. R. Scurry,
C. & T. T. C. N.
TICE OF ELECTION FOB KAYO:
AND ALDERMEIN OF THE TOWN
OF NEWBEREY, S. C.
Notice is hereby given that the reg
ar annual election for a Mayor an
ve Aldermen, one Alderman fo
ch of the five wards, to serve for
rm of one year, and a trustee of th
wberry graded school district fror
ards 4 and 5, respectively, will b
ld at the Council Chamber, in th'
yera house, in the Town o
3wberry, South Carolina, on thi
cond Tuesday in Decembei
11, being the 12th day of sait
cnth, the p)olls to be opened at
lock in the forenoon, and to close a
o'clock in the afternoon. D. F. Pif
', A. C. Welch and Alex. Singletoi
e appointed .managers of the sait
By order of the Town Council o
swberry, S. C., on this the 5th day 0
J. J. Langford, Mayor.
J. R. Scurry,
C. & T. T. C. Ns, S. C.
)TICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the un
rsigned will make final settlemen:
administrator of the estate of 0
Jamieson, deceased, in the Probat'
iurt of Newberry. County,. South
~rolina& on December 12. 1911. at 1:
8 per cent Amrm
Meal and Hulls
sound Corn and FC
gether for hogs;
Meal and Grits foi
We make and sell them
Our toll for grinding corn
meal and hog feed and ont
We also carry a good sl
Fittings, Lime, Cement, Sel
reasonable prices. We ala
t Good Sound Corn.
Little Mountain, -
We have just i
Lynchburg Turn I
Stalk Cutter on ti
A special price 01
Complete line W
gies. Please call.
mediately thereafter apply for his dis- d
charge as such admninstrator. All; t4
persons holding claims against Baid!t
estate will file same, as required by u
law, and all persons indebted to said s
estate will make immediate settle- g
ment, with the undersignd or his at- n
torney, Eugene S. Bleae, at Newberry, s<
South Carolina. a
0 R. C. PERRY,
Newberry, S. C., Nov. 8, 1911.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR AP- vi
POINTMENT OF PUBLIC GUAR- et
DIAN. - c<
Notice is hereby given that the un- L
dersigned will make application to o:
Hn. George W. Gage, Circuit Judge, vi
in the Court of Common Pleas, at se
Newberry, South Carolina, on the 21st L
day of November, 1911, at 10 o'clock tt
in for forenoon, for the appointmient L
-of the Judge of Probate of Newberry sj
Ceunty as Guardian of Sallie Beam, a
minor of the age of fifteen years, and o1
Sampson Beam, a minor of the age of a
Ljthiree-years, both residenlts- Of New-.
b erry county, South Carolin2,.Whba?
n-a Cotton Seed
or cows; fresh
ob, ground." to
and fresh Corn
all at the right price.
is one-eighth for table
..sixth for grinding and
ock of Pipe and Pipe
ected Brick, etc., all at
a buy* Cotton Sied and
Oil Mil and
- South Caerolina
eceived full line
lOS DISC afnd
ws. The best
e market ready
gons and Bug
red dollars each, consisting of an in- i
~rest in a life insurance policy on
e life of their father, the late Sam
1 Beam, and a small amount of per
)nalty. The said minors have nO'
3neral or testamentary guardian, and
fit, competent or responsible per
n can be found who is willing to
sume the said trust
E. L. Glymphi,
FINE PLACE FOR SALE.
E. F. A. Wieters, executor (for di
sion of estate J. C. Wieters, deceas
I) offers for sale that fine productive,
)tton and grain farm known as "Ben
tm" place on Burnt Mill creek, near
~.urens court house, South Carolina,
about 400 acres. If not sold at pri
Lte sale before December (1911)
~lesday, will be put up at auction on
urens court house door. Corre-h
a.t day (4th December, 1911) at
urens court house door. Corre
ondence solicited. Address,
"Also the fee in the balance of the
ignal 646 1-2 acre tract, subject to
life Idower) interest therein.
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