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at the request of five or more stock
Article VII. Quorum.-A majority
cf the total st,-ck shall constitute a
,uorum in a stockholders' meeting.
Article VIII. Method of Voting.
At stockholders' meetings each share
of stock shall be entitled to one vote.
Stock may be voted by its owner or
hy proxy. provided proxy is properly
executed. All votes shall be taken by
shares unless unanimous c0n1;Ut is
given to vote otherwise.
Article IX. Bonds-The -president
and treasurer before entering upon
the discharge of their tespective
duties shall give bonds in such sums
.and forni as the directors shall re
Article X. Annual Reports.-The
directors through the $resident of the
company shall sibmit an annual state
ment of the. affairs of the company
to the stockholHers at their regular
Article XI. Notice of Meetings.
The secretary shall give 'written no
tice to each stockholder at least two
weeks before a stockholders' meeting.
enclosing therewith a blank proxy
Article XI. Amendments.-No
amendment or change to this consti
tution shall be made. except by, a
two-thirds vote of.the stock present
The election of directors was then
entered upon and resulted as stated
To Have Choice of Seed.
Prof. W. K. Sligh offered the fol
lowing resolution. which was adopt
Resolved. That every stockholder
bind himself to givi this company the
orefusal of all the seed he markets.
The following resolutions were
also offered by Prof. W. K. Sligh
Resolved. That the directors are
hereby instructed to take the proper
steps to procure a charter.
2. - That the directors are hereby
authorized to continue the canvass
for subscribers to the capital stock
and to raise the sum to $3o.ooo, if
possible, but not beyond.
3d. That the directors make an
earnest effort to get every farmer to
take stock and in the event that more
than- S3o.ooo shall be.. subscribed the
preference shall be given to the small
subscriber in .awarding the shares'.
4th. That the directors are hereby
empowered and instructed to proceed
to secure a site and to erect such mill
as the capital stock will warrant.
Sth. That the directors are hereby
authorized to fix the terms upon
which the capital stock shall be paid
To Meet Tomorrow.
The directors held a conference im
mediately after the adjournment of
the stockholders' meeting and decided
to meet tomorrow for the election of
of6cers and the t'ransaction of other
Grand Master -Blease.
Grand Master Cole. L. Blease at
tended the Odd Fellows' banquet at
Georgetown on last Thursday night.
The Georgetown Sunday Outlook
sayd: "The lodge was called tco or
der and after routine work was dis
posed of, it was turned over to Grand,
Master Blease, ,who' -eemplinied the
secret work for the benefit of the
members present. Col. Blease then
-made a spleuidi'd talk 'for the beneit,
- of the .order.' " Of Col. Blease's
banqs.:t spech it is said- "Grand
Master Biease made a' 3ealittful and
eloquent addt'ens which was punctua
ted with applais~e'tiougl'out.
1' Letter to Summer Bros.
.- Da sirs:; The easiest: businiess in
this world is dry foods: the reason
is: your ctlstoiere 'want your stuff
a', much as you want to sell it; they
c ome ii; you 'show it and sell it.
O2 Tbat's. th.~e whole .business, except
-you'r btaying the goods.
Dovoe comes next. It saves money,
and people like 'money.. They like
somebody else's more than their own;
they like to make more than to save
it; they like to keep it perhaps as
well as to make it.
Buildings run-down fast, without
?aint,. poor paint is the same. Devoe
is the.'means of stopgiingjhet leak; a
big.. one. All we've got .to do, to
sell Devoe. is to shbw that a man
saves money by using it.
E. D. Jewell, Corry, Pa.. painted
his house 5 years ago with mixed
paint: 14 gallons. Last spring he
painted Devoe: 1o gallons. Saved
Si5 to $20.
F. W. Devoe & Co.
THE CLUB MEETINGS.
Utopia Democratic club will meet
at Utopia school house on Saturday.1
the 23d. at 3 p. m.
J. C. Dominick. Prest.
-D. L. Ham. Sec.
The Young Men's Democratic
club at Trinity will meet on Saturday,
April 23. at 3 p. i.
J. Y. Floyd. Sec.
Garmany Democratic club will
meet on Friday, April 22. at 3 p. m..
at the old school house.
B. F. Cannon, Prest.
J. A. 'McGraw. Sec.
O'Neall -democratic club will meet
at the school house on Saturday,
April 23, at 3:30 o'clock p. m.
G. Sam Moore, Prest.
J. C. Turner, Sec.
Mt. . Bethel Democratic club will
meet at the school house on Saturday,
April 23, at 3 p. m.. to reorganize and
elect delegates to the county conven
J. C. S. Brown. Prest.
W. H. Wendt, Sec.
Jolly Street Democratic club will
meet at the school house on Satus
day April 23, at 2 p. M.
P. B. Ellesor, Prest.
W. B. .Boinest, Sec.
The Carolina Democratic club will
meet in council chamber on Thurs
day. April 21, at 8 o'clock p. m.
Alan Johnstone, Prest.
L. W. Jones. Sec.
St. Pauls Democratic club will meet
at St. Pauls school house on Satur
day, the 23d, at 2 p. m., to reorganize
and to elect delegates to the county
W. H. Kibler, Prest.
L. I. Epting, Sec.
Union Demrc-atic club will meet
at the school hous- on Saturday,
April 23. to reorganize and elect dele
gates to the county convention.
W. M. Long. Prest.
W. L. Strauss, Sec.
The Whitmire Democratic club
will meet at Whitmire ;n Saturday.
April 23-at 3 o'clock p. m.
J. S. McCarley, Prest.
Saluda Democratic club will meet
at Saluda Academy on Saturday,
April 23d, at 3 p. m. to reorganize and
I The Cash S
+We don't matc
+ growing nT
4 Every day this week a
. Don't turn your faces home
*to watch than every bnggy
our Store. $2,500 worth
over 500 pieces fine Black
your new dress or skirt uni
xo pieces 36 inch Taffeta Sil
this week selling ....
5o pieces 40 inch Mohair a 65CR
- ber . . - -
50 pieces 40 inch Nub Voiles
number . . . -
* 50 pieces 40 inch Skirting
. e number . . -
20a pieces 50 inch Mobair a I
*Over 300 different styles in fi
offered this week at special
will waste your precious mome
com~e to headquarters.
. Everypair of ShoE
to elect delegates to the county con
vention. A. W. Monts, Prest.
In obedience to an order of the
chairman of the democratic party of
Newberry county. Reederville Dem
ocratic clu i hereby requested to
meet at Smith Bros.' store. Indepen
dence. S. C.. Saturday. April 23d. at
3 o'clock p.m.. to reorganize and
elect delegates to the county demo
c:atic convention. which meets in
Newberry on Monday. May the 2nd.
I. M. Smith. Prest.
The Old Men's Democratic club, of
No. 6 Township. will meet at Long
shore, 'S. C.. April 23. 1904, at 3 P.
in., to organize and elect delegates
to the county convention.
H. D. Boozer, Prest.
Jalapa Democratic club will meet
on Saturday, April '23. at 3 o'clock
in the afternoon. 't- reorganixe and
elect delegate; to the county con
W-.-C. -Sligh. Prest.
S. M. Duncau,. Sec'y.
Central Democratic club, in Town
ship Ni. io, will meet on Saturday,
April 23, for the purpose of electing
officers and delegates to the county
J. D. Sheely, Prest.
O'Neall Democratic club will meet
on Saturday. April 23. at 3:30 o'clock
G. Sam Moore, Prest.
J. C. Turner, Sec'y.
The Warehouse Democratic club,
of No. 9. will meet on Saturday, April
23, at 3 p. m.
J. B. Fellers Prest.
B. B. Hair, Sec.
The Kinards Democratic club, at
Kinards, will meet on Friday, April
22, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
0. B. Evans, Prest.
J. A. Dominick, Sec.
The St. Lukes' Democratic club
will meet at St. Lukes' school house
on Saturday, April 2'3, at 3 p. m.
D. P. Hawkins, Prest.
W. F. Benedbaugh, Sec.
The Little Mountain Democratic
club will meet at the school house on
Saturday evening at three o'clock,
April 23rd. to organize and elect dele
gates to the county convention.
B. H. Miller, Prest.
tore Don't Mei
h other's values.
ore and more in
. Giving Bargain
reach out for g
ill be a Grand Record Breakir g
ward until you visit Newberry's
and wagon that rolls horneward
f New Dress Goods and Notion
and Colored Dress Goods chea
1 you see our line.. Our prices
UlNS. Towles and
for ' o Bolts 72 inch all]I
. 87 I-2c a $i.oo value t
un- io pieces 72 inch all I
. 29c $r.25 value only
6c Just landed from Irel
.. 29c lengths in 2, 2 1.
So lengths at half pi
. 24CSo Huck Towels
i.25 Soo Huck Towels
. 69c Soo Huck Towels
TINGI! A Towel clean up.
kinds of border
e waistings ends to close tl:
prices; you not a one in the
ts elsewhere double the price.
s and Slippers in the h<
SH STOR E this week.
The Liberty Democratic club will
meet on Saturday. April 23,. at 2
o'clock, p. m.. to reorganize and elect
delegates to the county convention.
N. R. Lester, Prest.
Saluda Democratic club. No. 3
will meet at W. H. Sanders' store.
Saturday, April 23. at 3 p. m.. to re
organize and elect delegates to the
W. H. Sanders. Prest.
The Dead Fall Democratic club
will meet at Dead Fall school house
on Friday, April 22, at 3 p. m. A full
'attendance is tdesired.
B. L. Dominick, Prest.
Jos. W. Alewine, Sec'y.
The Young Men's Democratic club
is requested to meet at the council
chamber on Friday, the 22nd, inst.,
at 8 p. m., to reorganize and elect del
egates to the county convention,
which meets on the 2nd day of May.
A full attendance desired.
Jno. C. Goggans, Prest.
Jno. W. Earhardt, Sec'y.
Vaughanville Democratic club will
meet, at its usual place of meeting,
on April 23. at 3 o'clock p. m., to
reorganize and elect delegates to the
M. 0. Smith, Prest.
B. W. Goodwin, Sec'y.
The postoffice authorities here have
received a letter from Rhoda Dukes,
Baird Station. Sunflower county.
Miss., seeking relatives. The party
desires to find brothers and sisters.
A?iy information will be appreciated
if sent to the above address.
A WONDERFUL SAVING.
The largest Methodist church in
Georgia calculated to use over one
hundred gallons of the usual kind of
mixed paint in painting their church.
They used only 32 gallons of the
Longman & Martinez Paint mixed
with 24 gallons of linseed oil. Actual
cost of paint made was less than $1.20
Saved over eighty ($8o.oo) dollars
in paint, and got a big donation b.
EVERY CHURCH will be given a
liberal quantity whenever they paint.
Many houses are well painted with
four gallons of L. & M. and three gal
lons of linseed oil mixed therewith.
Wears and covers like gold.
These celebrated paints are sold by
the Newberry Hdwe. Co.
We beat them
favor .with close
s never given be
in Dry Goods, and Dress Goods
Greatest Bargain Giving Store.
arries bundles of line Dry Goc
s just received today. We plac
er than you ever heard of be:
do the rest.
rable Linen. T HE
4ine Daask500 Bolts Ni
iswek Damask this sall
ais wek only 59c50 Bolts N
. . . -69c Soo Marseil
and 3oo short To .25on
2 and'3 yards orthseou
rice. we mak
For this sale 5c ----
for this sale 9C C0rSets
for this sale . 12c Soo) odds an<
About Soo all size cai
and fringed 300 75c Cor:
e lot 35C pair, 10 Lades'
lot but worth roc kit
>use at factory cost. F
Application For Policeman.
The Town Council of Prosperity,
S. C.. will receive applications ier
policeman until 12 o'clock noon, Ap:ili
22nd. 1904. at a salary of S30-50 per
month. All applications to be tiek
with Clerk of Council.
F. E. Schumpert.
Prosperity. S. C..
Apri! 13. 1904.
Application For Clerk.
The Town Council of Prosperity,.
S. C., will receive applications for
Clerk and Treasurer until 12 o'clock
noon, April 22nd, 1904, at a salary of
$5o.oo per year. Applications to be
fiiled with Clerk of Council.
F. E. Schumpert,
Prosperity, S. C.,
April 13, 1904.
Bids for the right to use and oc
cupy the Market House in the Town
of Prosperity. S. C., shall be sealed
and filed with the Clerk of Coun
cil on or before 12 o'clock noon.
April 22nd, 1904, and shall have t'he
Bond of bidder with two (2) #ureties
in double the amount of the sum of
money bid attached thereto. Tie.
council shall have the right to reject
any or all bids.
F. E. Schumpert,
Prosperity, S. C.,
April 13, 1904.
LUMBER, LATHS, SHINBLFS.
Building material of
Estimates made on
Wood or Brick.
Small or Large.
Shop in front of jaiL
Shockley & Livingsto,
Newberry, S. C.
We are St-il +
selling at The Cash Store.
No better signs for you *
ds and Dress Goods from e
on sale Tuesday Morning 4
ore. Don't think of buying *
RIBBON STOR E.
. 6all Silk Ribbon for. .
- 40 Liberty Sai Rib
les Quilts slighty isoiled
ies this week only .I19
about 500 Men's Shirts
5c and $i oo this week
e the price , - 48 *
! Corsets!! Corsets!
ends in Corsets if your
i be had the price . 24c
5ets thisweek only . 45c *
Gauze Ves te
d, only 5c, caEy~t.
>r bargains of your *