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SEEN IN NEWBERRY.
Local Editor of Associate Reformed
Presbyterian Writes of
Trip to This City.
Mr. R. S. Galloway, local editor .of
the Associate Reformed Presbyter
ian, Due West. was in Newberry on
last Friday in attendance upon the
Newberry-Erskine base ball game.
Speaking of the game, of the treat
ment accorded the Erskine team
while in Newberry, of -severaP of his
friends whom he met in Ne;berry
and what they are doing. Mr. Gallo
way in the local columns of the As
sociate Reformed Presbyterian of
this week. says:
"The Erskine team played New
berry last week and were beaten. The
first of the game gave an exhibition
,,f pretty playing. After that the
Erskine team got rattled and went to
pieces. the score resulting 19 to 4.
Most of the Erskine boys are young
and never played off ;heir own
grounds before. This is their first
season at ball. The two teams play
here Thursday evening and our boys
expect t4 make a better showing.
They defeated the Newberry team in
three straight games last season.
Two of the best players are ineligible
on account of the present intercolle
giate r,iles. The young men were
splendidly treated in Newberry. A
special reception was tendered them
t'hat night, at the parsonage of the
Lutheran minister, which they great
"When in Newberry we called at
the home of our friend Dr. Halfacre.
We found him quite busy. Dr. Half
acre is working for two investment
companies; The British and Ameri
can Mortgage Co.. of N. Y., and The
Security and Investment and Loan
Co., of Newberry. Dr. Halfacre has
to carry the aesnonsibility of recom
mending loans that amount in some
cases to $30,000. The companies have
confidence in his judgment and have
not lost a cent by him; while these
transactions have been helpful to the
"Our friend Mr. S. P. Crotwell, of
Nev.berry, is full of vim and enter
prise. He has just started a creamery
that his neighbors speak well of. Mr.
Crotwell is now running a dozen
cows. He hopes to use ioo and to es
tablish a reputation for an excellent
article of cheese, not for 'a cheap
adulterated article.' WVe shall watch
Mr. Crotwell with interest and hope
that he will succeed. The south
needs just suc'h an enterprise and it
should be patronized.
"Dr. Moffatt Kennedy has located
permanently in Newberry. He is
nicely housed in dental quarters and
is getting on well."
MISS ALICE ENGAGED?
Some of the -Gossips Says She is and
Some Say She is Not.
The Washington correspondent ol
the News and Courier says that so~
cial gossips in Washington and ir
New York seem anxious to get Miss
Alice Roosevelt. the president's el~
der daughter, engaged to be marriei
before she starts on her trip to the
Philippines with Secretary and Mrs
Taft. After having associated Miss
Roosevelt's name with a dozen 01
more eligible young bachlors. the
gossips have turned to the eligible
list of widowers. The latest reporl
going the rounds of the self-consti
tuted match-makers, for t'he presi
dent's daughter, is that she nov
wears an engagement ring, which sh<
accepted from the dashing yo,uns
senator from Indiana, Mr. Beveridge
The report is not even dignifie<
with a denial by the. members of th<
young lady's family, aind those wh<
ought to know might give numerou!
reasons why such a union is not at al
probable. Miss Roosevelt is just bud
ding into womanhood and those wh<
know her best assert that she is hay
ing the time of h-er life now and haj
no notion of entering the matrimon
ial state in the near future. She i:
not only popular with her girl friends
but she is equally popular wvith th<
young men of her acquaintance. I
is reasonable to assume that sh<
might have a long string of earnes
suitors snould she desire to advanci
from the. realms of single blessed
While Senator Beveridge may b
in every way worthy to aspire to th
who follow closely the sayings an<
doings in the social department o:
the administration do not hesitate t(
( iiss the Beveridge end of th<
story as entirely improbable. In th<
iong list of eligible young gentlemer
who are known to be attentive t(
Miss Roosevelt. Senator Beveridg<
has never figured conspicuously, if a
all.- He seems to be too busy trying
to regulate public affairs in Indianm
and Washington to indulge in any
thing which has a color of the ro
mantic in it. He takes himself ex
ceedingly seriously, for he makes n<
att-empt to conceal the fact that h<
has presidential aspirations.
COMING EVENTS IN RUSSIA.
The Shadow of Revolution Darken,
St. Petersburg, April 5.-The pros
pects of a general upheaval of th<
city and country with the advent o
spring increases daily. Evidence ac
cumulates that the radical forces an
actin in unison and awaiting a signal
which, I is generally believed, will b<
given shortly after the Russmn Eas
ter. The terrorists ares howing grea
activity and reports from all over thi
country prove that the workmen, wh<
in many cases have been forffiulatin
petty demands which are no soone:
granted than they are succeeded b:
others, are acting under instruction:
from the revolutionary leaders, wh<
are only biding their time.
The employers frankly admit tha
it is impossible to try to continu
their business. and some of then
have already shut down. The peopl,
are plainly :becoming panicky, an
:he authorities also cannot concea
their alarm. The guard regimentE
whic'h usually go to camp in April
xvill be retained in St. Petersburg, i
is announced, until June, ostensibl:
in order to allow the camps to b
cleaned in view of the danger o
cholera, which is regarded as so ser
ious that the sanitary authorities hav
ordered the immediate cleaning of th
streets, sewers. cesspools and canal
of the capital, and have issued speci
fic instructions to householders, es
peciaily in the poorer districts, wher
:he people live in cellars.
The dilatory tactics of the govern
ment in elaborating the scheme fo
popular representation provided fo
in the imperial rescript of M''arch
tends to intensify the acuteness c
the coming crisis, as the Liberals ar
firmly convinced that the real pur
pose of the bureaucracy, if the crisi
is safely passed, is to smother th
whole reform movement. The stat
of public opinion on 'this subjecti
apparent from the fact that over 30
municipal councils and public institu
tions have already petitioned for par
ticipation in the task of- working ou
In the meantime what is nowv calle
he constitutional press add
fuel to the flames by er
tering on a campaign fc
exposing the corruption and venalit
in various branches of the admini!
tration. Old scandals relative to th
transport of merchant freights. es
-pecially on the Siberian railroad, ha~
been revived, and from documentar
evidence t'he most rotten state of a:
fairs is shown to exist. As the mil
tary authorities control transport
tion on the Siberian railroad and tb'
general staff is issuing permits fc
every car and merchants desiringt
ship goods to Irkutsk or further ea:
are compelled to buy such certificate
a regular traffic in them has been e>
posed, permits bringing from $300 I
$00, the authorities then shippin
the goods as munitions of war, whit
the latter are side-tracded.
If you would make your mone
last you musth earn it first.
He who is unable to collect h
wits or his bills is in tough luck.
We wvill receive applications f<
dispenser at Prosperity, S. C., on ti
1th of April up to 12 o'clock a. r
and will consider same and elect c
the 6th day of May, 1905. Applic;
tions must be legally drawn.
J. P. Harmon,
J. R. Scurry,
Members County Board of Con
trol for Newberry County.
The great increase in pro
duction of eggs has given
"International Poultry Food"
a wonderful reputation all over
every State. We guarantee
that it cannot be fed to hens
at any time, winter or sum
mer, without showing a large
increase in eggs. You do not
have to use the food at an
extra expense because it will
make you more money after
deducting its cost. One extra
egg per month will pay the
entire cost of feeding it and
often more than doubles the
supply. It contains no poison
ous or injurious ingredients
and bas very superior merits.
It Gives a Glossy
It prevents sickness, pro
motes good health, causes
young chicks to grow very
rapidly, invigorates the diges
tive organs, supplies material
for bone, muscle and feathers,
and is very beneficial during
moulting season. It invig
,orates the egg producing or
gans and hens will lay more
It will prepare your chick
ens for the market more rap
idly than any other prepara
tion and has been used for
years by prominent chicken
NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR SO
LICITOR OF THE EIGHTH
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
.otice is hereby given that an elec
tion will ibe held at the several pre
cincts established by law in Newber
ry county on Tuesday, April II, 1905,
for the office of solicitor for the
Eighth Judicial Circuit.
Polls at each voting place will be
opened at seven o'clock a. m. and
closed at four o'clock p. m.
The following named persons have
been appointed managers of said elec
Newberry-W. T. Gaillard, J. A.
Summer, J. Claude Dominick.
r Newberry Cotton Mills-P. F.
rBaxter, W .. Wiliams, J. A. Senn.
3Mollohon Mills-W. 0. Wilson, T.
SM. Schumpert, P. B. Odell.
eGarmany-T. Ben. Leitzsey, H. C.
-Wilson, Jno. S. Ruff.
Mt. Bethel- WV. H. Wendt, A. J.
eGibson, J. C. S. Brown..
eHeleni-B. F. Goggans, J. S. Chal
Smers, T. G. Williams.
0Glymphville-C. g. Leitzsey,
-Moorman Ruff, J. H. Smith.
SMaybinton-B. H. Maybin, T. A.
Hawkins, J. J. Thomas, Jr.
dWXhitmire-F. W. Fant, James M.
SHenderson, W. C. Scott.
-Cromers-A. C. Sligh, Thos. E.
r Chandler. Robert Abrams.
y Jalapa-T. H. Chalmers, H. M.
-Mayer, Eugene Hitt.
e Longshores-A. J. Livingston, J.
-W. Wilson, S. E. Senn.
e Wiiliams-J. B. Scurry, J. S. Werts,
y J. WV. Matthews.
- Utopia-W. L. Buzhardt, J. M.
- Nichols, A. L. Thrailkill.
- Prosperity-Geo. F. Hunter, L. C.
e Merchant, N. A. Nichols.
r Hendrix Mill-G. E. Dominick, W.
:> W. Shealy, E. T. Mayer.
t Slighs-E. B. Eargle, Jacob W.
s5 Long, 3. W. George.
-Central-J. D. Shealy, Jos. L
o Stockman, B. S. Wicker.
g Little Mountain-J. K. Derrick, A.
e C. Wheeler, J. N. Feagle.
Union-M. C. Moore, D. WV. Buz
hardt, 3. D. Quattlebaum.
y Jolly Street-J. C. Wilson, E. H.
Werts, T. E. Stone.
Pomaria-B. .H. Counts, Jno. C.
SAull, J. G. Long.
s * Walton-..Bowvman Graham, 3. L.
Crooks, T. H. Cromer.
St. Philips-Perry Halfacre, M. L.
Wicker, WT. F. Koon.
r On the day of election, the mana
e gers must organize by the election of
. a chairman and a clerk; if necessary,
n wvhich clerk shall be some person
- other than one of the managers, as
no pay will 'be allowed to the same
person acting in both capacities. The
chairman elected is empowered to ad
The managers have the powver to
fil an vcancy a.nd if none of the
We Are Agents
And will back
up all guaran
tees made by
The Right Drug Store.
managers attend, the citizens can ap
point from among the qualified vot
ers the managers, who, after being
sworn, can conduct the election.
At the close of the election, the
managers and clerk must proceed
publicly to open the ballot boxes and
count the ballots therein, and con
tinue without adjournment until the
same is completed, and make a state
ment of the result for the said office
and sign the same.
Within three days thereafter, the
chairman of the managers or some
one designated by the managers must
deliver to the chairman of the com
missioners of election, Fred H. Dom
inick, the poll list, the boxes contain
ing the ballots and written statements
of the result of the election.
Orie of the above named managers
for each precinct must call upon the
chairman of the commissioners of
election, Fred H. Dominick, at his
office on Law Range, Newberry, S.
C., on Thursday the 6th day of April,
19o5, to receive ballot boxes, poll lists
and instructier, and to qualify.
Fred H. Dominick,
.M. 3. Longshore,
J. B. Derrick, .
Commissioners State and County
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
To the Commisioners of State and
County Elections for Abbeville,
Greenwood, Laurens, Newberry and
Saluda counties in the Eighth Judi
Under and by virtue of an Act of
the General Assembly of the State of
South Carolina, entitled-An Act to
Assign the Present Circuit Solicitors
to the Proper Circuits in Order to
Conform to the Provisions of an Act,
Entitled, "An Act to divide the State
into Ten Judicial Circuits and Arrange
ac same" and to Provide for the
Election of Solicitors for the Eighth
and Ninth Circuits," Approved Feb
ruary 20th, 1905, notice is hereby
given that a Special Election will be
held in said Circuits on the Iith day
of April, 19o5, for the purpose of
electing a Solicitor for the Eighth
Judicial Circuit for the term expir
ing at the General Election in 19o8.
Now therefore you are hereby di
rected z>d required to hold
said Special Election for So
licitor of the Eighth Judicial
Circuit on the said 11th day of Api-il
1905, for the ternm to expire at the
General Election of 19o8.
The Polls are to be opened at the
various places of election in said Cir
cuits on Tuesday the Eleventh day
of April. 1905, and the said election
shall be conducted in accordance wvith
the laws governing General Elec
Tn Tetmony whereof, I have
Which is Printed
on Every Label.
Buy, pay for and use one
25 cent box or one 53 cent box
or one $1.00 size box of "In
ternational Poultry Food" as
directed and if it fails to ful
fill our claims write to our
office and we will refund your
money. We will pay any one
$100 iE cash if we ever refuse
to live up to this agreement.
Also Cheapest to Use.
Our 25 cent box contains
100 feeds for 12 fowls. Our
$1.00 size box contains 400
feeds for 12 fowls. You can
not afford to pay 25 cents per
box for some other kinds that
only contain 25 feeds. 100
feeds for 25 cents is certainly
very much cheaper than 25
feeds for 25 cents. We save
you 75 feeds over other kinds.
hereunto set my hand arfd
caused the Great Seal of the
State to be affixed at Colum
(Seal) bia this 20th day of February
1905, and in the One Hundred
and Twently-ninth year of the
Independence of the United
States of American.
D. C. Heyward,
By the Governor:
J. T. Gantt,
Secretary of State.
WHAT TO BUY,
Come to Mayes' Bookc
Store. We have just
the thing you 'want
for a wedding present..
Clocks and Ornaments
LET US HELP YOu
CL.EAN HOUSE THIS SPRING.
Give us all your cur
tains, heavy blankets,
bed spreads, under
clothing, bedding, etc.,.
By cioing this work ire
large'quantities we are
able to do it at prices
that make it econormy
for you to give it to us
to do, besides our say
ing you so much -hard