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VOL. XL. NO. 91. NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY. \.PRJL 1f). 1904 TWICE A WEEK $1. 50 A YEAR
NEW YORK STATE
FOR JUDGE PARKER I
HILL DOMINATED THE CON
Reports Yesterday Afternoon Indica
ted Delegates Would be Instruct-.
ed For Parker.
Special to Herald and News.
Columbia. April i8.-The New
York Democratic convention met at
two o'clock today and the prelimi
nary caucuses were held. David B.
Hill. promoter of the Parker cam
paign in New York. dominated the
The delegates will be elected to
night and all reports from the con
vention indicate that in all probabil
ity the delegates. will be instructed
for Judge Parker.
This is now accepted as a fact by
the leaders in the convention.
At the session of the convention
this morning the unit rule was de-1
cided upon, which means that New,
York's vote in the convention will be
cast as a unit ior Judge Parker.
Come prepared foi
that will convince yc
old fashioned humd
special sales are so;
0 Big Sale starts Wedi
NEW DRESS C
5o in. Black Brilliantine, also
sheds the dust, wears longei
* 75 and 85c the yd, special I
25 pcs New Black Dress C
opened and placed on sale.
in the lot worth less than 6
85c, special for this big sale
36 in. Black Taffeta Silk pri
where at $i.5o. special for t]
!36 in. Black Taffeta Silk pri
* where at $1.25. special for tl
* 36 in. White China Silk (will
kind, for this big sale. .
* A BIG CORSET
200 pairs Corsets, long. mnediur
* lengths. R. & G., American
* W. B. Corsets, worth 65c
* speCial for this big sale
*A Stunner in 40 inch '1
*Wednesday we will place ons
* 40 in. White Lawn, not ay
lot worth less than 15 and:
* for this big sale . .
*A suit examination s
*have ever known. I
SFor any want in Dr
2oo NEW PENSIONERS.
Large Increase for igo4-Checks Sent
Out by 2oth Instant.
There has been a coisiderablle in
crease in the pension roll ftir this
The following table was made by
Miss Kate Maher. clerk of the pen
sion board. yesterday:
Total Pensioners. 1903........ 8.296
Dead or left state ... .... ..... 763
'otai.... .. .. ... ... ... 7.764
New names. 1904... ... ... ... 763
Total... ... ... ... ....... 8.527
Increase over 1903 ... ... ... 231
The checks will be sent out by the
20th instant. This year the appro
priation amounts to about $2oo,ooo
and from this sum the expenses of
the county boards and other expenses
and the remainder is apportioned
among the 8.ooo odd pensioners
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our heartfelt
thanks and gratitude to those who
ere so helpful in -their service, so
Faithful in their attendance. and so
ympathetic in their words of kind
aess in the last illness of our little
;on Claude Ellesor. We can express
>ur thanks. but God only can reward.
Yours in humility,
Chas. R. and Rhoda Wesson.
r the best bargains you
u that the leading stor
rum way of doing busii
itttactive and so well p
iesday morning at 9 o'
, is worth
or this big M
oods just A
Not a yard U
5, 75, and G
2is big sale. 924C
ed every- s
al big sale 73c ?
wash) 75c L
- , 59 L
ALE. S THE 4
n and short F
Lady, and . - A0kil
and 75c' R
. . 39c
Yhite LaWns. E collecti
ale zoo pes S We ins
~ard in the s with 0t
30, special value.
. . . Ic ment i1
SALE.-375 Men's fine
vili convince you that tl
ow is your chance and
-y Goods, Millinery, Cic
Sligh. Ge-,. C. Glasgow. David Pitt.,
XV. C. Sligh.
Meeting of Stockholders.
The meeting of the stockholders on
Saturday mo-rning was held in the
c-)urt house. The meeting was well
attended and much enbliutsiasm and a
great deal ; intere-st were nianifest.
.r. I. I Buhiware pre-ided and Mr:
S. '. Crotwell was secretary.
Reports were received from sever
al of the townships which had been
canvassed for subscriptions, showing
that about St4.ooo had been sub
scribed. Many of the townships
were not heard from.
Under a resolution offered by Prof.
W. K. Sligh and unanimously adopt
ed. it was decided to proceed at once
to organize a Cotton Seed Oil com
pany by adopting a constitution, and
electing a board of directors.
Prof. XV. K. Sligh. for the commit
tee to prepare a constitution, submit
ted a constitution. which was consid
ered and adopted by items, as fol
Article I. Name.-The name of this
company shall be "The Farmers' Oil
Mill." and its principal place of busi
ness shall he at Newberry. S. C.
Article If. Object.-The business
of the company shall be to buy and
grind cotton seed. sell the resulting
products. gin cotton. and manufac
ture and sell fertilizers.
Article !11. Capital Stock.-The
capital stock of the company shall be
not less than twelve thousand dollars
)AY, and S
ins that cannot be equa
: a point where buying
behind the gun that c
rged to make greater
M The good reput,
partment must be
I The fast growing
M spreading news.
N j0 cases Ladies' fin
A special for this I
to cases Ladies'
U $2.oo, special fo
G 10 cases Ladies'
H $2-50, special fo
-io cases Ladies'
s lace, patent tip,
E15 cases Men's fin
Eand $3.oo, speci
L We carry more
L most of the shoe
RY S stock. Come to t
F Our Big Sale of
Ias O We made a bigi
R we have hundreds
Lot No. r : A big]
~rand L worth up to $2.
ad L s-ale . .
nery. E Lot N". 2: A big
here S priced for this b:
e for s 200 B.2ys' 2 piece
part- all over town
nery. special for this s
d $18.00, for this bi f<
t interesting and grea
e. Clothing on 2nd flo<
A FARMERS' OIL MILL
ASSURED FOR NEWBERRY
AN ORGANIZATION EFFECTED
Fourteen Thousand Dollars Subscrib
ed to Capital Stock-Directors
The establishment ,f the propos-ed
Farmers' Oil Mi!l in Newherry is nl
assured. Fourteen thousand dollari
has been subscribed to the capitai
stock of the enterprise and at a meet
ing of the stockholders, held on Sat
urday. an organization was effected
by the adoption )f a constitution and
the election of a board of directors.
who will meet on Wednesday to elect
The capital stock of the mill was
placed at not less than $14,ooo, nor
more than So.ooo. the shares to be of
the value of $to each, and the direc-,
tors were instructed to take the pro-'
per steps to procure a charter and
to continue the canvass for subscrib
ers until $30.ooo has been subscribed.
The directors weri also empower
ed and instructed to proceed to secure'
a site and to erect such a mill as the
capital stock will warrant.
The directors elected are as follows:
H1. H. Folk. T. M. Neel. B. F. Can
non. B. C. 'Matthews. J. H. Wicker.
I H. Boulware. H. H. Evans. \V. K.i
have ever seen, barga
a still leads, prices cut ti
iess here, its the spirit
atronized that we are u
4REATEST OF ALL MILLIN
mledged Leaders of High C
Millinery at Popular
nvite a critical examination of thisa
mn of beautiful and stylish Milli:
ite you to compare styles and prices
ers you have seen, hat for hat, valu
we'll undersell any Millinery de
the state. Mimnaugh leads in Milli
Suits, worth $15.00 an
Kis is the broadest, mos
Mimnaugh's is the plac
thing and Shoes, come
and n1t more than ifty thou-and dol
lars. The stock shall be divided into
h.Itare. of the par value of ten dollars
Article IV. Officers.-The manage
mei lf the company shall be vested
in eleven directors. who shall be elect
ed by the stockholders at their regu
lar annual meetings to serve for a
term of one year. The directors shall
elect a president. a secretary, a treas
urer. and a general manager. to serve
for a term of one year. and fix the
amount of compensation which each
shall receive. The directors shall
have a right to combine two or more
offices in one. The -directors shall
adopt a set of by-laws, which shall
fully set forth the duties and powers
of each officer and such general rules
for the conduct of the company's bus
iness as they may deem proper, pro
vided no rule conflicts with this con
stitution. No one w}b is not a stock
holder shall be a director or other
officer of this company.
Article V. Powers Not Granted
Directors.-The board of directors
shall not have the power to increase
the capital stock of the company. nor
shall they contract debts in excess of
the asscts of the company without
I irst obtaining the consent of the
Article VI. Nleeting.-The stock
holders shall hold their regular an
nual meeting on the third Wednesday
in 'May of each year. Other meet
ings may be called by the president
(Continued on Fifth Page.)
Aled and of the sort *
is irresistible. No *
oes the work. Our *
d-by Shoe Store.
.tion of Mimnaugh's shoe de
known to you by this time. 0
business is the result of the
e Oxfords, worth sx.;o,
ig sale . . -$ 98C
fine Oxfords, worth
this sale .1 . r48
fine Oxfords, worth
r this big sale . . 1.89
fine Shoes, button or
special for this sale . 98c
Shoes, worth $a p g
for this sale - - 1-95
hoes under our tables than 0
ealers of Newberry carry in *
e bg store.
1en's Odd Pants.Continlues
tole in the pile last week, but
of pairs to select from yet.
ot of Men's Odd pants, -
0 a pair, for this big
lot, worth up to $4. 50,
gsale . .. '-95- 0
Suits, worth and sells
or $3.00 and $3-50,
sle . , . . I9
)ur days sale $9.000
test $900 offer you
Newberry 's 0