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Jack Uy Demcfi'itiic Legislature (?o> ernor Exjuets to Answer Cam ^ paisrn Charges. Trenton, x. .!., Dec. 19.?Presidentelect Wilson pored studiously for several hours here today over the corporation laws of Xew .) i-sey, with a view *> of recommending radical changes in them to the legislature. After he had worked most of the day in his ca-j t pacity as governor he listened to a formal app-al by United States bena-; tor Overman, of North Carolina, that Josephus Daniels, national committeeman from that State for nearly twenty j years, be appointed postmaster general j in the Wilson cabinet. Thr presidentelect made no comment. He added j also that he would meet W. J. Bryan! for the first time since election on Sat-i urday or Sunday, either at Trenton or | Princeton. The governor's day was concent rat- j eu for the most part on the trust ques-j - - tiou. Repeal u cuurgcs wcit* m.?ing the national campaign "jy bo-h Co).: y Roosevelt and Governor Johnson that Mr. Wilson had failed to put into effect' anv legislation curbing trusts that.' were chartered as Xevv Je:. t-y cor-J poiation;. Pointed Out Handicap. Though his opponents devoted many speeches to this argument, Mr. Wilson never made a speech of reply. Once he ~ telegraphed briefly to Senator O'Gorman, of New York, however, an ant sw-er that was made public, in which he declared that as the State legislature always had been Republican in ha httri hftpn un? one or u u i n ui ? able to put through his promised program of reform. He added also that evils complained of in connection with tne trusts mostly concerned Federal j jurisdiction. The governor took no further cognizance of the question during the campaign, telling his friends, however, that he always had intended reform and ^ would begin it if he could get a legislature that was Democratic in both branches. His wish being fulfilled, the governor started to work in earnest,' today,.calling to his aid Edwin Walker, chancellor of the State, and Judge Bennett Van Syckei, formerly of the State supreme court. These men, with ^ Governor Wilson, will draft the new legislation. j "We went over an infinite lot of de-! tail," said the governor after he had | spent nearly two hours with them. j "As in all cases, the corporation i statutes have been amended and added; to until they have become badly com- j plicated. We hope to disentagle this, | -mass. Both Judge Van Syckei and; Chancellor Walker are experienced and j have had a lot to do with decisions re- j lating to the corporation laws, so they j are valuable guides to me." National Anairs. j On national politices, the president- j elect was most reticent. He had noth- j ing to say about his approaching visit! with Mr. Bryan and in recounting the; t events of the day, passed quickly over the mention of cabinet appointments. "Senator Overman came with a gen" ? in cnnnnrt ! ^ erous lot oi repieseucaciviio * , of Mr. Daniels for the postmaster gen-; eralship," said the governor, and added, j abruptly, "then Sam Gordon cut my hair." Gordon is the governor's messenger at the State house, who has acted as barber to New Jersey governors for aj score of years. The naffie of Mr. Daniels urged fori the postmaster generalship is the first that is definitely known as having been j ' considered by Mr. Wilson for any of-,1 fice. I Though Mr. Daniels was close to the governor throughout the campaign, j i having been chairman of the campaign j committee on publicity, he has not sie?n the governor since. i The governor at dusk motored back to his home in Princeton, saying he expected to spend the evening with his family. BRIAN'S NAME NOT MENTIONED. $ After Long Conference, Governor An/ nounees That Nebraskan Has Not Been Subject of Discussion. Trenton, N. J., Dec. 21.?Pres.-elect Wilson announced after a three and a half hour conference with William J. Bryan that the name of the Nebraska^ had not been mentioned in their discussion of cabinet places. We had a very delightful conference, y but did not come to any conclusion," nrpsident-elect as he came out of his office alone to talk to the waiting newspaper men. "We talked things over generally. We talked about the policies of the party, the j carrying out of the platform pledges and talked about various cabinet | places, discussing names in a general i way." j * "Did Mr. Bryan suggest some j names?" he was. asked. j "I do not remember whether he or | I ^ ..... - .?.-?L: 11 He lives for the I Saint Nick?whei Ford. Why not Christmas buying entire family th they'll all enjoy order for a Ford sure an early deli Iiverv third car is a F ooo have been sold ar prices? runabout $52, ?delivery car $625witli all equipment, Get particulars from pany. Michigan a:ici J or from Detroit facto: 19 ^ ^ Summei " hbmbmim 11|, ? ? , | , ^ J. I suggested the names." The governor was then asked if Mr.! Bryan's name had been discussed. "It was not discussed." he answer-! ed emphatically. "You must take me i at my word that I am not making de- j cisiors now and honor me by not ask- ; ing question that call that into question." 1 The governor said he did not know j whether he would have any further j conferences with Mr. Bryan soon. The president-elect here turned the interview into a reprimand of some T\C- I of the headlines in uie 1111/1 lllllg yu. | p-srs. "The headline writer," he said, "seems to think everything I do is going to be sensational and the headlines almost never agree with the article below thrin." Mr. Wilson closed the interview ab- i I icClutely noncommittal as to his con- j A ci I "It is customary,," he said, "for the president to make announcements of his conferences and his callers." The correspondents, however, fenced with Mr. Bryan, ^ly^^flim with a I number of questions, to all of which . he made the same reply. When told that Col. Watterson had suggested him for the ambassadorship to England, the Xebraskan smiled and i said: "Col. Watterson and I have not } conferred about that matter." " ' - J-t- - I | As. Mr. Bryan was taiKmg 10 me I newspaper men Gov. Wilson came out | of his office and Mr. Bryan turned to j him laughingly, saying: "I am throw| ing en you the responsibility of doing > the saying." j "That's all right, sir, I'll attend to that," said the governor with a twin| kle in hisi eyes. 1 The Democratic leaders then went j out to lunch. Mr. Tumulty, the gov; ernor's secretary, joined them in the ' public room of a hotel. I Mr Bryan met Gov. Wilson at the j State house here at 9.30 o'clock this j morning. rrlorl CAP VOIl." WJLS GOV. 1 III OV fjiuu ov-W J Wilson's greeting. Mr. Bryan reached the State house half an hour ahead of his- appointed time and as he was escorted into the governor's office, G-ov. Wilson was not to be found. I "I guess we will find him somewhere around," said Joseph P. Tumulty, the governor's secretary, as he led Mr. Bryan through the various rooms. They found the president-elect looking over some letters in an outer office. "I did not mean that you should find [ me out here," the governor said as he ! took Mr. Bryan's hand and escorted | him into his private office. The biq: i oak door of the governor's office was ' j wide open and the "open door" policy | j which Mr. Wilson inaugurated hero | enabled spectators who freely come i and go in the ante-room to see the l two men in conference. j 3> <? | ?> , LODGE DIRECTORY. $ j : <?> <?> i Newbery Camp, No. 542, W. 0. W., meets every second and fourth Wednesday night in Klettner's Tfall, at 8 I o'clock. 1 ! Amity Lodge, >"o. 87, A. F. M. Amity Lodges No. 87, A. F. M., meeta | every first Monday night at 7.30 o'clock in Masonic Hall. Visiting brethren [ cordially invited. T. P. Johnson, j ^ W. Earbardt, W. M. ! Secretary. | WodmeD of the World, Maple Camp, No. 437, W. 0. W., meets every first and third Wednesday evening at 7.45 o'clock. Visiting grown-ups?old i his crift is a concentrate the ?and get the e one present I the most? An | today will envery. I old. Nearly 1S0,- g id delivered. Xew 5?touring ear >600 -town ear $Soo? || f. o. b. Detroit. Ford Motor Com- |j Fourteenth Streets j gjj j 'c Carafe. j | j I p I brethren are corially welcome. D. D. Darby, J. A. Derrick, Clerk. C. C. IJergell Tribe, >'o. 24, I, 0. & If. Bergell Tribe, No. 24, I. 0. R. M., will meet Thursday night, Septembei 19, and every Tuursday night thereafter. Ira M. Sligh, 0 Klettner, Sachem. Chief of Records. Signet Chapter, No. 18, R. A. 31. Signet Chapter, No. 18, R. A. M., meets every second Monday night ai H o'clock in Masonic Hall. Van Smith, T. P. Johnson, E. H. P. Caoteechee Council, No. 4, P. of P. 1 0. R? 3L Cateechee Council, No. 4, D. of P. meets every other Tuesday night at t Omaha Tribe, 1. 0. R* M. Omaha Tribe, No. 75, I. 0. R. M. Prosperilty, 5 T, meets every first anc third Friday night at 8o'clock in Masonic hall. Visiting brethren are welcome. G. K. Dominick, " T ? "'"I 1 rroi. j. o. vvueeici, ciagucui. Chief of Records. 6-31-12-lyr. Lacota Tribe, I. 0. R. M. Lacota tribe, No. 79, I. 0. R. M., Jalapa, S. C., meeting every other Wed nesday night at 8 o'clock in Summei hall. Visiting brethren are welcome. A. K. Eptlng, J. Wm. Folk, Sachem. Keeper or Records. Newberry Commandery, No. 6, K. T. Newberry Commandery, No. 6, K. T. meets every third Monday night at < o'clock in Masonic Hall. Fred. H. Dominick, T. P. Johnson, E. C. Recorder. Asthma! Asthma! POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY | gives instant relief and an absolute cur j In all cases of Asthma. Bi mchitis, an* I Hay Fever. Sold by druggists : mail oi j receipt of price *1.00. / Trial Package by mall 10 rent3. WUiAMS MPa CO- Prop*- Cleveland, Ohi TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. An examination for teachers' certi will he held on January, 1C 1913, at the court house, at Newberry beginning at 9 a. m. Applicants wil furnish all stationery. | E. H. Aull, County Superintendent of Education. I NOTICE. | To All Who Are Subject to Reai : Duty in Newberry County: The tim< ! ror paying commutation tax expire I on December 31. All who are subjec 'o road duty had better pay your tas or you certainZy will De required v ut in your full time under my over seers. A word to the wise is sufficient W. A. Hill, Supervisor-elect AUDITOR'S NOTICE. I, or an authorized agent, will b< at the following places named belov for the purpose of taking returns o personal property for fiscal year 1913 Newberry, January 1st to 4th, in elusive. Jolly Street, Monday, Jan. 6th. Pomaria, Tuesday, Jan. 7th. Walton, Wednesday, Jan. 8th. Mt. Pleasant, Thursday, Jan. 9th. Maybinton, Friday, Jan. 10th. Jxmgshores, Monday, Jan. 13th. Newberry, Saturday, Jan. 11th. Silver Street, Tuesday, Jan. 14th. I As | telis you he j phone line wi 1 same high-clas !now enjoyed i If you ha1 tell you how 1 Vaii A r\ X UU UV ilWL Vfc Address ne ! ' Fi j SOUTHERN I AND TELE < 163 So > Chappells, Wednesday, Jan. 15th. ( Kinards, Thursday, Jan. 16th. Whitmire, F::iday and Saturday, Jan. 17th and 18th. St. Lukes, Monday, Jan. 20th. O'Nealls, Tuesday, Jan. 21st. Little Mountain, Wednesday, Jan. ' 22nd. 1 Prosperity, Thursday and Friday, | Jan. 23rd and 24th. " " T nil! Qoturrtflv 1 Acwocrrj, :uvnvuuii ium, uuv.? ' Jan. 25th. ' Jan. 27th. Newberry, Oakland Mill, Monday Newberry Court House, Jan. 28th to Feb. 20th. The time for making assessments expires on Thursday, Feb. 20th. and j all persons, firms and corporations! failing to make their returns by 6 j o'clock on the evening of Feb. 20th. a j penalty of 50 per cent will be added j r to their assessment of fiscal year 1913. i The law requires a tax to be charged on all moneys, notes and mortgages. ! also an income tax on gross income in excess of $2,500.00. There shall be a capitation tax of fifty cents on all dogs, the proceeds to be expended for school purposes, j , Dogs not returned for taxation shall 3 not be considered as property in any of the courts of this State. All male persons between the ages j of 21 and 60 years are liable to pay poll tax, except' Confederate soldiers, j or those persons incapable of earning I ' a support from being maimed or from, [ any other cause. xanthine but Dersonal property is to E j ? : i be assessed this year, but all persons j [ who have bought or sold any real es- | tate since last return are required to i note such transfers <r>n their returns | for 1913 . | All property must be assessed "at ] _ itfc -ue value," which is construed to mean "he sum of money which such , property, under the ordinary circumj stances would sell for cash." Please do not ask that your prop: ertv be taken from the auditor's dupli cate the same as last return, for the - law requires that all property must be listed on regular tax return blanks and 1 signed and sworn to by person listing e same. i s I Name of township and school dist J trict must be given on every return. :> EUGENE S. WERTS. 3 Auditor for Newberry County, Newberry, S. C. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OF NEWBERRY, ? irtirirryv DT XT' A Q COUKT Ui?' D. W. Alderman & Sons Company, e Plaintiff, v against f Suddie G. Turner, Defendant. By virtue of an order of the Court -1 herein, I will sell at public auction to j the highest bidder before the Court ! House at Newberry, South Carolina, i within the legal hours of sale, on | Monday, the 6th of January, 1913, the same being saleday: All that lot of land situate in the county and State aforesaid, in "Sunset Park," called and designated as Lot No. 42 on a plat of said '^Sunset farmer ^ it is ik for It Today-A )\v you may conn< fbi tbif* I ?VQfpn i- 11 tl 1 1<W jl J A JL V ky I. M. i. ;s local and long c :>y more than 5,00 ven't a Telephone :o get service at v )ligate yourself by arest Bell Telephone N Miners' Line Departmei BELL TELEPI GRAPH COM! uth Pryor St, Atlanta, Ga. 4 ^ m VTT 1 Go lo Wyclu For all kinds oi Fine line of Ci ful Dolls, all ki other beautiful the childred a C. 1. w Prospei Park;" which plat is of record in the office of the Clerk of Court of Newberry County; said land fronting or Third street for a distance of fifty feei and has a depth of one hundred and twenty feet, the same being the lot ol land conveyed to the defendant by W G. Houseal, Trustee, by deed bearing date July 27, 1908, and recorded ir the Public Registry for Newberrj County in Book No. 17 at page 136 ~ J rvfofo, fmii'evances. itecora ui xvcai buwv ^ _ Terms of sale: One half cash; th? balance in twelve months, with inter est from day of sale at the rate o] eight per cent, per annum, payable an. nua'.ly, the credit portion to be secured by bond of the purchaser and e mortgage of the premises, the bone and mortgage to contain the stipula. tion for the payment of ten per cent if collected by an at & L LVi o *vw -- torney or put in his hands for collec tion. Purchaser must insure the dwel ling on the premises and assign th< policy to the Master as additional se curity for the credit portion. Purchas er to pay for papers and for recordini same. H. H. Rikard, Master. Master's office, Dec. 11, 1912. COLUMBIA, NEWBERRY & LAUR ENS R. R. Schedule in effect June 4, 1912. Sub Ject to change without notice. Sch?' dules indicated are not guaranteed: A. C. L 52. 53. / Lv. Charleston .. .. 6.00am 10.38pn Lv. Sumter 9.40am 6.55pn C., N. & L. Lv. Columbia 11.35am 4.55pn Lv. ProsDerity 1.12am 3.34pn Lv. Newberry 1.29pm 3.20pn Lv. Clinton 2.30pm 2.35pn Lv. Laurens.. . .. 2.52pm 2.05pn C. & W. C. Ar. Greenville 4.40pm 12.20pn Ar. Spartanburg. .. 4.05pm 12.20pn S. A< L.^ / Ar. AbbeviHe w^55pm 1.02pn Ar. Greenwood 3.27pm 1.33pa M I | -/KB 1 Needs r ic6 Postal Will Do set your Telei, and get the listance service 0,000 people. KA^!/ TTTll Line? \y ill si ery small cost, sending for it. lanager, or it IONE /2%, 'ANY BmJ kaUMBBnnBBBmBBMHnBMMB j's Drug Store F Xmas presents, it Glass, Beautinds of toys and 1 presents. Give happy Xmas. f YCHE ity, S. C. 9 \ | Ar. Athens 6.05pm 10.30am ! A.r. Atlanta 8.45pm 8.00am t A. C. L. 54. 55. t: Lv. Columbia 5.00pm 11.15am L | Lv. Prosperity 6.26pm 9.50am f Lv. Newberry 6.44pm 9.32ara Lv. Clinton 7.35pm 8.44am > Lv. Laurens 7.55pm 8.20am 1 No. 50. No. 51. Lv. Columbia 8.00am 9.38pm ' | Lv. Irmo 8.26am 9.12pm Lv. Chapin 8.57am 8.41pm * Lv. Little Mtn 9.11am 8.27am Lv. Prosperity 9.30am S.08pm f Lv. Newberry 9.47am 7.52pm -1 Lv. Kinards 10.18am 7.21pm - Lv. Goldville.. .. ..10.26am 7.13pm i: Lv. Clinton 10.41am 6.58pm 11 Ar. Laurens 11.04am 6.35pm - c. & w. c, } "! Ar. Green villi?. k ... 9.30pm t.Otfanr S. A. L. ?lAr riveoTiwnfwi .. 2.28am 2.38am. ? MA VVM r. ? ? . - B Ar. Abbeville 2.56am 2.03am Ar. Athens 5.04am 11.59pm Ar. Atlanta 7.15am 9.55pm* Nos. 52 an-1 53 arrive and depart: from Union Station, Columbia, daily, and run through between Charleston and Greenville. Nos. 54 and 55 arrive and depart - Gervais street, Columbia, uiily except " Sunday, and run through between Co| lumbia and Greenville. Nos. 50 and 51 arrive and depart from Gervais street, Columbia, on Sunday only. ) W. J. Craig, P. T. ? E. A. Terrer, C. .A, Wilmington, Ki C. Columbia, s. u. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice ie hereby given that I will make final settlement of the estate of Dr. Geo. Douglass, deceased, in the ' Probate Court of Newberry Conntr, State of South Carolina, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, on Thursday, December 12, 1912, and immediately thereafter apply for letters dismissory as administratrix of said estate. Lenora E. Douglass, Administratrix. November 12, 1912. 4