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THE BAMBERG HERALD
ESTABLISHED IN APRIL, 1891
A. W. KXIGHT. Editor.
Rates?$1.00 per year; 50 cents for
six months. Payable in advance.
Advertisements?$1.00 per inch for
first insertion; 50c. for each subsequent
insertion. Liberal contracts made for
three, six, or twelve months. Want NoS
r -tices one cent a word each insertion. Local
Notices 8c. per line first week, 5c. afterwards.
Tributes of Respect, etc., must
be paid for as regular advertising.
Communications?News letters or on
subjects of general interest will be gladly
welcomed. Those of a personal nature
will not be published nnless paid for.
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Thursday, Dec. 24, 1903
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Does John G. Capers believe in eating
with negroes ? In other words, would he
do so ? People who have heretofore reivf';
garded him as a white man and social
..equal would like for him to answer this
hg&i question.
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We do not think that any one will^deny
. "but that Bamberg has been steadily going
forward during the past year. Signs of
/*' 'improvement are to be seen on every
hand. But we should make still greater
*? ' strides during the year 1904." There is
work for us all to do and we must do it
: if the town is to continue to grow and
prosper.
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??&. John G. Capers says tnat ne was not ai
pV* the Hanna banquet, and consequently did
not eat with the negro Lyons. What '
&/:* South Carolinians, among whom he was
born and reared, want to know is whether
he would have sat at table with a
negro. His views on social equality will
his soeial statues in South Carolina,
and he knows it.
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: .v. The place of State dispensary director
p only pays $400 a year at the most, yet
. . there are already a number of candidates
for the place. The election of three memv.
bers of this board will be held by the
i:' legislature in January. Will some of
these men and newspapers who contend
that the dispensary is free from "graft"
please tell as the cause of this great anxiety
on the part of so many men for a
petty $400 a year job. Is it for the honor (?)
? there is in it?
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It is only simple justice to say that
" Judge R. O. Purdy, of Sumter, who presided
at the recent term of court here, is
. generally regarded by all with whom he
came in contact as one of the very best?
& If not the best?Judge on the bench. He
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is uniformly fair and courteous, does not
.?' allow the business of the court to be de-.
v? layed, and is brief and to the point in his
:V' charges to juries. If he makes as fine
^ ^ ijapression all over the State as he did in
" Bamberg, we doubt not but that higher
; honors are in store for him.
A Unique Letter.
t, ' A member of parliament in Australia
rj;,. recently received from an indignhnt constituent,
who had asked him in vain for
t; a "billet" (a job in politics), the following
? r . unique letter:
f -' "Deer Sur: You're a dam fraud, and
you know it. I don't care a rap for the
billet or for the muney either, but you
could have got it for me if you wasn't as
mean as muk. Two pounds a week 'aint
t ', any moar to me than 40 shillin's is to you,
"... but I object to bein' made an infernil fool
pfv of. Soon as you was elected by my hard*
js? . working friends a feller wanted to bet
me that vou wouldn't be in the house
g?- . ?
if moxen a week.before you made a ass of i
yousself. I bet him a cow on that, as I
|t' thought you was worth it then. After I
got your note sayin' you declined to ackt
|;v ( in the matter i druv the Cow over to the
Ift Feller's place an' told him he had won
p* her.? That's orl I got by howlip' meself
&: horse for you on election day, and months
befoar. You not only hurt a man's Pride,
but you injure him in bizness. I believe
Ek*. you think you'll get in agen. I don't. 1
An' what I don't think is of moar kunsequince
than you imagin'. I believe you <
take a pleshir in cuttin' you best friends, '
but wate till the clouds roll by an' they'll
|j?? cut you?just behind the Ear, where the
^ f butcher cuts the pig. Yurenoman. Yure (
|^; bnly a tule. Gotohel. I lowers meself
| xitin' to a skunk, even tho I med him a
member of Parliament.-New York World.
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ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS A BOX
' v is the value H. A. Tisdale, Summerton, S.
C. places on DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve.
- 'He says: "I had piles for20years. I tried 1
. doctors and medicines,butall failed except
DeWitt'sWkch Hazel Salve. It cured me."
^ is a combination of healing properties
of witch hazel with antiseptics and emol' ffX
li^nts; relieves and cures blind, bleeding,
and protruding piles, sores, cuts, bruises, ]
^ eczema salt rheum and all skin diseases,
v Bold by Dr. H. F. Hoover, Bamberg, S. C.
HY. ?
fAn old merchant in New York city, i
who, as he himself puts it, has the mis- ]
fortune to be called Guiteau, was returning
to his country home on the Hudson
river the other evening when he was
approached by a stranger who had ob?>:
served his name on his hand-bag. "Ex- 1
cuse me, sir," began the stranger, curiosity I
and trepidation blending in his tone, "are
- / you?are you a?brother to the gentleh.
man who?er?er?had a little difficulty
b; vrtth the late President Garfield ?" The :
old 6taid merchant drew himself up to
his full height and replied: "No, I am
> the man himself,"?and the stranger de- 1
jpp parted.
When you want a pleasant purgative J
try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and produce
no nausea, griping or other disagree- 1
f> able effect. For sale by Bamberg Phar
xnacy, Bamberg; H. C. Rice, Denmark.
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A FAMILY QUARREL.
It* DroU Eadinjr After the Poet
Sheller Had Interfered.
In his "Rcesetti Papers" William
Roseetti says that when Shelley was
staying In the villa of the Glsbornes
a most droll incident occurred. It appears
that bis servants, Giuseppe and
Annunziata, who were man and wife,
quarreled, and Shelley, hearing Giuseppe
abusing his wife very savagely
and also ill using her, rushed upon him
with a pistol, shouting: "I'll shoot you!
Fll shoot you!" The startled fellow
ran for his very life. Shelley after
him, till the servant coming to a shrubbery
of laurels, managed to slip under
them, Shelley, in his eagerness, darting
past him. The servant in a few minutes
found it possible to dodge back
into the house unperceived. Shelley,
seeing him no more, at last went back
to the house, where, to his unutterable
surprise, he found Giuseppe and Annunziata
sitting together in the most
amicable manner, addressing each other
as "caro" and "carissima." "But
were you not quarreling even now?"
exclaimed the perplexed poet "Quarreling?"
gasped Giuseppe in amazement
"No, signor, we never quarreled."
"But I have been running after
you in order to shoot you." "No. signor,
you never ran after me, for I have
been sitting here for the last hour or
more. You must have fancied all this."
And Giuseppe and Annunziata, who
had both been considerably frightened,
continuing to assure him that they had
had no quarrel, and Mary Shelley,
whom they had let into the secret say- :
ing the same, Shelley was at last utterly
mystified and inclined himself to believe
that he must have fancied it
Excessive Enercr.
Energy is a fine thing, but like
steam, it needs a little restraint and
g UAVi 1.1 i&. 11 UJC ?u.xcjtjr ruivx
doesnt work there's likely to be a
breakdown or a blow up now and then.
The nervousy, fidgety woman is a
dreadful bore. She ruffles up the atmosphere
and makes everybody wish
she would take a vacation and rest up
like sixty. Some of those people who
fly around the fastest do the least
work, and the proper thing to acquire
is balance. Work as bard as you want
to, but let up when the moment for
letting up arrives. There is a limit to
human endurance, and when you go =
beyond the limit you never get back
into the valve of strong endurance and
fine vitality. It is the man or the woman
who knows bow to work and bow
to rest who gets things d^ne all fine
and shipshape and without tearing the
roof off its feet These remarks mqy
be blunt, like a chisel, but they're as
true as the fact that the Lord made little
apples.?Chicago Record-Herald.
Odd Street JCamee.
In Clerkenwell. England, there is a
street called Pickled Egg walk. It
takes its name from Pickled Egg tavern,
which formerly stood there and
made a specialty of serving pickled
eggs. An Interesting London thoroughfare
is Hanging Sword alley, which
is mentioned in Dickens' "Tate of Two
Cities.* London has also Pickleberring
street In Leicester is a street
called the Holy Bones and another
called Gallows Tree Gate. Hall has
a street with the extraordinary name,
the Land of Green Ginger. Corydon
has a street named Pump Pail, and
there some years ago lived Peter Pottle,
a dealer in furniture. The most daring
of farce writers might well have hesitated
to invent a combination of name
and address so improbable as that
which really belonged to Peter Pottle
of Pump PaiL
The Labor of a Watch.
The little balance wheel of a watch
vibrates five times per second. Imagine
that this wheel, instead of swinging
back and forth like a pendulum, ,
should roll on continuously over a given
surface. Its circumference in a gentleman's
watch of ordinary size is two and
a quarter inches, and it makes a
sweep in each direction of about threefourths
of its circumference. In other
words, it would traverse in one second
a distance measuring about eight and =
a half inches. According to this computation,
the balance wheel of a watch 1
rnvnld trorol in a roar nror a I
of 3,677 miles in round numbers, and I
it would take tbe little wheel just six *
years eight months to dreumvolve the
globe by way of the equator.
Breaking a "Wishbone.
The divining rod is a feature in all
early mythology, especially so among
the Hindoos. As the forked branch or
a tree it Indicated in various parts of
Europe, Asia and Africa where treasures
were hidden or where water might
be readily found. From the forked
branch of a tree it was but a step to
the forked clavicle of a bird, and this
bone was soon invested with the power
of securing the gratification of the
wishes of those who In breaking it retained
the forked part, for it was the
fork that was possessed of mystic
power.
Two of a Kind.
"Sir," said the shipping clerk, "I
should like to attend my mother-inlaw's
funeral tomorrow."
"You have my sympathy, young
man," replied the manager, with a sigh |
long drawn out "I have been wanting I
to do likewise for thirteen years."?Au- J
gusta Chronicle.
For All tbe Lives.
"Say," began the determined looking
man, "I want a good revolver."
"Yes, sir," said the salesman, "a six
shooter?'
"Why?er?you'd better make it a
oine shooter. I want to use it on a cat
next door."?Philadelphia Press. J
The dead stars probably outnumber
the living stars by many. It may be
millions to one.
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???"^ IN ADDITION TO ?n^??
OUR BIG OFFER
Of one year's subscription to the BAMBERG HERALD to all our
Customers who trade to the amount of ($10.00) ten dollars
in Cash by January 1, 1904, we wish to call your
Attention to our very low prices in
Suits worth $5.50 for $4.50 Suits worth $0.50 for $5.50
Suits worth $9.00 for $7.50 Suits worth $10.00 for $3.50
Suits worth $11.00 for $9.50 Suits worth $12.00 for $10.00
Suits worth $14.00 for $12.00.
A nice line of blue and black OVERCOATS bought at a reduced price, well
worth $5.00 and $6.00, to sell for $4.50 and $5.00.
The best line of SHOES that can be had, from an oil grain plow shoe to the
patent leather at $3.50.
A fresh line of MEN'S HATS from 50c to $1.50.
A beautiful line of the latest fads in NECKWEAR.
The finest "line of JEWELRY ever brought to Branchville, such as watch
?>hnins miarflnteed for five and ten vears. collar buttons, cuff buttons, watch
fobs, and charms, scarf pins, etc. Railroad watches cheap for the money.
A nice assortment of everything Ssnta Claus has arranged for the little ones.
Make your CHRISTMAS DINNER complete by baviDg an assortment of H. J.
Heinz's pure food preparations, as follows: India Relish, Worcester Sauce,
Celery Sauce, Apple Butter, Sweet Mixed Pickles, Mince Meat, Mustard
Dressing, and Preserved Peaches.
Then try a cup of our COFFEE, made from our high grade green coffee
which we parch and grind ready for use at 19c per lb. We have been serving
some of our best customers with this coffee for some time. They tell us it
pleases the most fastidious taste, and wrill make an old man feel better than a
glass of OLD JOE.
A visit to our store will convince you that we carry the best articles.
Give us a Call and Secure Your Next Year's Paper Free
Rranchville 5>unr>1v Co.
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HOW ABOUT fl PRESENT-^
We have a full line of goods suitable for Christmas and
holiday presents. For your best girl: A box of fine
'Stationery, a bottle of fine extract, or a box of Wiley's fine
candies. Give your gentleman friend a box of nice cigars.
We handle only the best brands. Full line of
DRUGS and TOILET ARTICLES
You can get anv article usually found in a first-class drug
store from us. Come to see us. Glad to show you whether
you buy or not.
H P Hnnvpr ?NJL45; ,
FURNITURE?!
of any kind for the home or office.. Remember that I have the largest stock in
this section, and as I buy in car load lots, you will find the prices much lower
than others can afford to sell for.
Bed Room and Parlor Salts, Side
^L Boards, Wardrobes, Enameled
Beds,'Chairs. Rockers, Carpets,
Matting, Regs, Linolenms, Baby
WK. Carriages, Shades, Pictures,
^ - j? and in fact any and everything to
t0 ^ *n ^ne of furniture
\ and house furnishing goods. Pic\\
ture Frames made to order from a
beautiful line of moulding. Re
^ memDer,too,tnaticarryasiocKOi
COFFINS AND CASKETS
^VCA(V\xf^^^B5vA A \\Y secon^ t0 none tlie State, and
^SL/1 V\7 Vx ^11 cheerfully serve you at any
w\:/\vv/^^ hour, dav or night. Have a nice
\\y Hearse for attendance at funerals
when desired. I have a full line of
COOKING ?Sr HEATING STOVES
of the best makes. Don't buy anything in my line until you see
my goods and get my low prices. I will surely save you money.
LIME AND CEMENT
always on hand, in any quantity, from a barrel to a car load. I can
save you the freight an^ sell you at wholesale prices.
C. HAYS,
TBE FURXITURE MAN - - BAMBERG, S. C. I
SREAT COST SALE
Commencing Monday morning, December 7th. cmcZ
continuing for two weeks, J wiZZ .seZZ my stock of
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Dry Goods, Embroideries,
Laces, Corsets, and Notions
strictly at cost for cash.
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AS I DO NOT EXPECT TO HANDLE THESE LINES
ANOTHER SEASON. "WILL HANDLE MILLINERY
EXCLUSIVELY.
[f You Want Bargains
thic ic thp nlnrp to crpt. t.hftm. All that is neeessarv to be
convinced is to come and see. Selling strictly for cash.
Mrs. M. L. Counts,
BAT1BERG, S. C.
MASTER'S SALE.
The State of South Carolina?County of
Bamberg?In Court of Common Pleas.
Elizabeth T. Patterson, Margaret B.
Patterson et al,-plaintiffs against Mary E.
Glover et al, defendants.
By virtue of the judgment in the above
entitled action, I will sell at public auction
at Bamberg court house, during the legal
hours of sale on the first Monday in January,
1904:
All that certain tract of land numbered
one (1) on a certain plat made by L. N.
Bellinger, surveyor, November 11-25,1901,
being a part of "the record in this cause,
bounded on the North by lands of F. M.
Bamberg and the estate of J. M. Whetstone,
East by the estate of Whetstone,
South by estate of Whetstone and tract
numbered "2" on said plat and West by
tract numbered "2" on said plat and lands
of F. M. Bamberg,^containing one hundred
and forty-two acres and situated in
the county o"f Bamberg in said State.
ALSO
Tract numbered "2" on said plat, bounded
North by lands of F. >1. Bamberg and
tract numbered "1" on said plat and lands
of Hickman, East by tract numbered "1"
on said plat and lands of estate of Whetstone
and lands of Hickman, South by
tract numbered "8" on said plat, West by
tract numbered "3" on said plat and lands
of Bamberg and containing one hundred
and fifty-six acres and situate in said
county and state.
ALSO
Tract numbered "3" on said plat and
bounded North by lands of Bamberg,
East by tract numbered "2" on said plat,
South by tract numbered "7" on said plat,
West by tracts numbered "4" and "6" on
said plat, containing one hundred and
thirty-seven acres and situate *in said
county and state.
ALSO
Tract numbered "4" on said plat and
bounded North by lands of F. M. Bamberg,
East by tract numbered "3" on said
plat, South by tract numbered "6" on said
plat, West by tracts numbered "5" and
"6", being the hc/mestead and tjontaining
ninety acres of land and situate in said
county and state.
ALSO
Tract numbered "5" on said plat and
bounded South by tract numbered "6" on
said plat, West by lands now or formerly
of Carroll. North bv lands of H. S. Sana
ers, East by tract numbered "4" bn said
plat and containing eighty-eight acres,
situate in county and state.
ALSO
Tract numbered "6" on said plat, bounded
North by tracts numbered "4" and u5"
on said plat, East by tracts numbered u3"
and "4" on said plat, South by tract numbered
"7" on said plat, West by lands now
or formerly of Carroll, and containing one
hundred and twenty-six acres and situate
in said county and State. ?
ALSO
Tract numbered "7" on said plat, bounded
North by tracts numbered "3" and "6"
on said plat, East by tract numbered "8,"
South by tract numbered "9," West by
tract numbered "9" and lands now or
formerly of Carroll, containing s'eventyejght
acres and situate in said county and
State.
ALSO
Tract numbered "8," bounded North by
tracts numbered "2" and "7" on said plat,
East bv lands of estate Henry Rice, South
by lands of estate Henry Rice and tract
numbered "9" on said plat, West by tracts
numbered l47" and "9" on said plat, and
containing one hundred and forty-five
acres and situate in said county and State.
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Tract numbered 4l9" on said plat, bounded
North by tracts numbered 447" and 448"
on said plat, East by tracts numbered "7"
and "8" on said plat and estate of Henry
Rice, South by tracts numbered "10" and
"11" on said plat, West by tract numbered
"10" and lanas formerly of Carroll, containing
one hundred acres and situate iu
said county and State.
also
Tract numbered "10" on said plat,
bor ded North by lands now or formerly
of Carroll and tract numbered "9" on
said plat, East by tracts numbered 449"
and "11" on said plat, South by tract
numbered "11" on said plat and the run
of Salkahatchie river, West by the run
of Salkahatchie river and lands now or
formerly of Carroll, containing one hundred
and thirty-six acres and situate in
said county and State.
also
Tract numbered "11" on said plat,
bounded North by. tracts numbered 449"
and "10" on said plat and the estate lands
of Henry Rice, East by lands of Clayton
and lands of Miller, South by lands of
f!1ftvtnn lands of Millprand rnn of flalka.
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hatchie river, and "West by tract numbered
"10" on said plat, and containing one
hundred and thirty-two acres and situate
in said county ana State.
Terms: one-half cash, balance on a
credit of twelve months secured by bond
or bonds of the purchasers and a mortgage
or mortgages of the premises sold,
said bond or bonds to bear interest at the
rate of per cent, from the day of sale.
The purchaser or purchasers may have
the right to pay^all cash.
H. C. FOLK,
Master Bamberg County.
Bamberg, S. C., December 10,1903.
Assessment Notice.
I will be at the following places on the
dates named for the purpose of taking returns
of personal property:
Bamberg, January 1st to 23rd.
Denmark, Monday and Tuesday, January
25th and 26th.
Hightower's Mill, "Wednesday, Jan. 27.
Lees, Thursday, January 28th.
Bamberg, Friday and Saturday, January
29 and 30, and Monday February 1.
FarrelTs Store, Tuesday, February 2nd.
A. G. W. Hill's, Wednesday, ueoruary a.
Hunter's Chapel, Thursday, February 4.
Colston, Friday, February 5th.
Bamberg, Saturday, February 6th.
Ehrhardt, Monday and Tuesday, February
8th and 9th.
St. Johns, Wednesday, February 10th.
* Camp Hill School House, Thursday,
February 11th.
J. J. Kearse's Store, Friday, Feb. 12th.
Bamberg, Saturday, February 13th.
Govan, Monday, February loth.
Olar, Tuesday and Wednesday, February
16th and 17th.
Midway, Thursday, February 18th.
Bamberg until the 20th of February.
Fifty per cent, penalty will be added to
all personal property not returned on or 1
before February 20th, 1904 ]
When making your returns give notice
of all real estate bought or sold and improvements
made since last return. Make your
return in person if possible, and
thereby avoid trouble and confusion.
R. W. D. ROWELL,
Auditor Bamberg County. <
Bamberg, S. C., December 17,1903. <
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MASTER'S SALE.
State of South Carolina?County of
Bamberg?In Court of Common Pleas.
F. M. feamberg. plaintiff, against Daniel
Jackson, defendant.
By virtue of the judgment in the above
named action, I will sell at public auction
at Bamberg court house, in said county
and State, during the legal hours of sale,
on the first Monday in January, 1904:
All that certain piece or lot of land
near the limits of the town of Bamberg,
near the log bridge, containing one acre N
with buildings thereon, bounded North
ana West by lands of Anna J. Grayson
and on the East and South by lands of J.
B. Black. *
Terms: cash within one hour after
sale. Purchaser to pay for papers.
H C. FOLK,
Master Bamberg County.
Bamberg, S. C., December 12,1903.
MASTER'S SALE. _
The State of South Carolina?County
ol tfamoerg?in Uourtof Common Fleas.
R. E. Steedly et al., plaintiffs, against E.
R. Steedly et al., defendants.
By virtue of the judgment in the above
entitled action, I will sell at public'auction
at Bamberg court house, in said county
and State, during the legal hours of sale,
on the first Monday in January 1904, it
being iegal salesday:
All that piece or parcel of land situated
in Bamberg county, State of South Caroiina,
and containing forty-six (46) acres,
bounded as follows: North by lands of
J. H. Fender and J. M. Zeigler, East by
lands of J. H. Fender and J. M. Zeigler,
South by lands formerly owned by Martin
Hunter, and West by lands of J. H. Fender.
Terms: cash. Purchaser to pay for
papers. H. C. FOLK,
Master Bamberg County.
Bamberg, S. C., December 12,1908.
MASTER'S SALE.
State of South . Carolina?County of
Bamberg?In the Court of Common Pleas.
J. H. Walker et al., plaintiffs, against
G. Frank Walker, defendant.
By virtue of the judgment in the above
entitled action,J. will sell at public auction
at Bamberg court house, in said
county and 8tate7during the legal hours
of sale, on the first Monday in January,. v
1904, it being legal salesday:
All that certain tract of land containing
three hundred and thirty-five (335) acres,
more or less, situate, being, and lying in
Bamberg county, and bounded as follows:
North by lands of 8. Brown and Joe
Carroll, East by lands of J. A. Walker,
M. K. Zorn and H. J. Zorn, South by
estate of W. W. Hutto, and West by lands
of Govan and Eugene Weissinger. t
Terms: Cash, and should purchaser
fail to comply with bid premises will be
resold on the same or some subsequent
salesday on the same terms and at the
risk of the former purchaser.
H. C. FOLK, \ , g
Master Bamberg County.
Bamberg, 8. C., December 12,1908.
MASTER'S SALE.
State of South Carolina?County of
Bamberg?In Court of Common Pleas.
J. W. Sandel and H. D. D. Sandel, copartners,
trading under the firm name of
Sandel Bros., nlaintiffs J/^aor?Vi W
Johnson, defendant..
By virtue of the judgment in the above
entitled action I will sell at public auction
at Bamberg court house, in said county
and State, on the first Monday in January,
1904, during the legal hours of sale; - v;
All that certain piece, parcel or tract of
land, situate, lying and being in Bamberg
county, State aforesaid, containing fortyfive
acres, more or less, and bounded
North by lands of Qeorge Jones, East by
lands of J. A. Jones, South by lands of
Wm. S. Provaux and Jas. B. Provaux,
and West by lands of Daniel Rboad.
Terms: cash. Purchaser to pay for
papers. H. C. FOLK,
Master Bamberg County.
Bamberg, S. C., December 14,1908.
MASTER'S SALE.
Isaac Killingsworth et al, plaintiffs,
against Stephen Killingsworth et al, defendants.
By virtue of a decree of the Court of
Common Pleas in the above entitled cause,
I will offer for sale, to the highest bidder,
in front of the court house at Bamberg,
S. C., on the first Monday in January,
1904, between the usual hours of sale, the '
following described real estate:
All that certain tract of land, situate,
lying and being in the county of Bamberg,
State of South Carolina, containing three
acres, and bounded as follows: By Hans
Mims, Joe Guess, Virginia school and A..
M. ?. Church (Bethel), it being the same
lot of land sold by S. D. M. Guess to Tsham
Killingsworth, deceased.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for
papers. Sold at risk of former purchaser,
who failed to comply.
H. C. FOLK, /
Master Bamberg County.
Bamberg, S. C., December 15,1903.
TAX NOTICE.
The county treasurer's office will be
open for the collection of State, county,
school and all other taxes from the 15th
day of October, 1903, until the 15th day
of March, 1904, inclusive.
From the 1st day of January, 1904, until
the 31st day of January, 1904, a penalty
of 1 per cent, will be added to all unpaid
taxes. From the first day of February,
1904, until the 28th day of February.
1904, a penalty of 2 per cent, will be added
to all unpaid taxes. From the 1st day of
March, 1904, until the 15th day of March,
1904, a penalty of 5 *per cent, will be
added to all unpaid taxes.
The following is the levy:
For State purposes, 5 mills.
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For back indebtedness, i mill.
Constitutional school tax, 3 mills.
Total, 12i mills.
Special school levies:
Bamberg, No. 14, 4J- mills.
Binnaker's, No. 12,3 mills.
Clear Pond, No. 19, 2 mills.
Colston, No. 18,1 mill.
Cuffie Creek, No. 17.2 mills.
Denmark, No. 21, 3 mills.
Ehrhardt, No. 22, 2 mills.
Go**an, No. 11, 3 mills.
Hunter's chapel, No. 16,1 mill.
Hopewell, No. 1,3 mills.
Hampton, No. 2,2 mills.
Lees, No. 23, 2 mills.
Midway, No. 2, 2 mills.
Oak Grove, No, 20, 3 mills.
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I will receive the road commutation
:ax ($1.00) from October 15, 1908, until
March 1st, 1904. JNO. F. FOLK,
Treasurer Bamberg County,
Bamberg. S, C., September 22,1908. *
To Core a Cold in One 1>?7
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets,
ill druggists refund money if it fails to
;ure. E. W. Grove's signature is on
sachbox 25c.
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