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ar advocate,? Can any law or bsi
aess emerpise succeed in the hands
l men wh want :o see it fail and
ro,ve obnoxious? If this is not clear
enough some people may recall re
marks that were made when certain
people were elected to certain places
in connection with the dispensary. I
admit. as stated above, that the dis
pensarv as at present manage(d is not
perfect. We want better liquor, we
want less pront. we want standard
brands and not so many new and
fancy brands to make money for other
people. We want whiskey in the dis
pensary so that people can call for
and get what they want at reason
able prices. \\-e want the law strict
y enforced. We want men in con
-rol of it who will do their duty with
:ut fear or favoritismT1. We want the
money paid to go into the liquor and
come back to :h people who buy it.
and not to those who sell it.
It would be useless for me to go in
_' a dislllsston of the evils of the old
"ar-room system and the failure ot
--hh:ib:n wh .erever it had been
tried. and the go.d poimt m av
the dispensary\ yem. Th -
matters are all too well known to be
mentioned. Those are questions for
:he stump. The committee appointed
:o investigate the anagemelt or :ne
dispensary at the last sessiol of the
general assembly are doing their duty
and are going to contin1te to do so.
and when they make their report
nothing sensational may be expected
Jut some striking truths will be made
to appear. Those '.ho are guilty, in
so far as the proof can be furnished
will be exposed. The legislature, then
will be in a positior to act upon facts
and not mere idle rumors. The peo
ple should await the report of this
committee before they condemn it,
and then await the action of the gen
eral assembly. If these are not sat
:sfactor- or do not meet with public
approval the people can then take
such action as they may deem best
and not be lead by falsehood or in
What about compulsory education
and the reformatory bill?
I am stilloopposed to compulsory
education and the Patterson socalled
reformatory bill, and will oppose both
if I live to be in the senate next year
because I believe that they are both a
menace to the public good.
What about taxation?
I think our appropriations wer<
very extravagant last year and th<
people unnecessarily burdened witi
an increase of taxation and creatior
of new offices, also buildings an<
'building improvements, and I fee
fully assured that I can prove thes
assertions and take care of mysel
on the stump before the people or
these important issues, or anywher
else thatc they may come up for dis
P. L. McMannus, division superm
tendent of the Southern will be mov
ed from Charl'otte to Greenville.
Anderson County shows a gaint
taxable property of a million anal
half dollars over last year.
Duke Charles Edward attained hi
majority and ascetnded the thronec
Saxe-Coburg ar.d Gotha.
WVe will furnish a first class barb<
cue at Mr. Perry Halfacre's mill c
Saturday, July 22, 1905. Arrang<
ments will be made for the ujsual er
joyments of all present. Cooking wi
be under the best arrangements.
3. D. H. Kibler,
D. E. Haifacre.
Thorough Collegiate Trainir
under positive Christian in
fluences at a minimum
Next Session begins Sept. 2
JA MES A. B. SCH E RER,
THE SCHOOL TRUSTEES. 1
Full List of Trustees of the Public
Schools of Newberry County.
I )istrict No. 2.-Col. T. C. S- Brown.
Jn(. C. Ruif. Sim G. Price.
District No. 3.-W. D. Hardy. W.
B. Vhitney. V. B. Oxner.
Dis:rict No. 4.-T. D. Ramage. Dr.
M. A. Renwick, Henry Brock.
District No. 5.-J. .M. Suber. J. S.
McCarley. W. T. Baker.
District No. 6.-Bachman Cromer.
C. II. Shannon. Charlton Cromer.
District No. 7.-E. J. Stone. T. H.
11ik. H. M. Sligh.
District No. S.-Geo. W. Switten
b)erg. W. 1-. Long, J. T. Pits
District N . 9.-R. S. Boozer. B. L.
mini. .ao ruh
District Nio. 1.-F. M. Schumpert.
T. l. N ich I. 1. 1. Cann'n.
M. Sl; I. W. F. Stone.
l)i.trict NI. T.-J. (. Moore. Pet
n= ed eniauttgh. N. E. Taylor.
District No. i4.-Dr. C. T. W'yche.
B. B. Schumpert. D. M. Langford.
District No. I .-J. E. Monts, B. M.
11edenbaugh. i. L. Fellers.
District No. 16.-J. S. Harmon. J.
W. Wise.'Pat V. Shealy.
District No. 17.-P. B. Warner, G.
C. Counts. J. B. Stockman.
District No. IS.-J. A. Baker, Jas.
Fnlmer. Marcus Lester.
District No. i9.-Geo. \V. Bowers,
Jn. A. Shealy. Chas. B. Eargle.
District No. 20.-W. P. Leaphart,
J. S. Bowers. N. R. Lester.
District No. 21.-L. A. Shealy, J. A.
Counts. P. 0. W. Setzler.
District No. 22.-Benj. Halfacre.. W.
F. Koon, M. L. Wicker.
District No. 25.-J. C. Leitzsey, C
W. Ringer, Jas. F. Adams.
Dis:rict No. 26.-Jno. C. Aull, Jas
P. Setzler. E. P. Lake.
District No. 27.-T. B. Leitzsey. J
J. H. Brown, Caleb D. Buzhardt.
District No. 28.-Geo. F. Hill
Spearman Chalmers, F. P. Vhitman.
District No. 29.-Jesse Adams. M
T. Smith. J. H. Ringer.
District No. 3.-A. N. Boland, Dr
J. M. Sease. J. B. Derrick.
District No. 32.-Jno. A. C. Kinard
L. L. Feagle. M. C. Moore.
District No. 33.-W. B. Boinest, J
F. Richardson, L. V. Livingston.
District No. 34.-Jnlo. B. Beden
Fbaugh, Thos. A. Epting, W. H. Kibler
District No. 35--J. C. Singley, D. E
SCook, J. A. C. Kibler.
- District No. 36.-L. S. Long, B. I
Miller, B. 0. A. Lovelace.
Disrict No. 37--P. N. Boozer, N!
J. Longshore, M. D. Smith.
-District No. 38.-C. A. Brooks, XM
-S. Atchinson, W, J. Salter.
District No. 39---J. WXhite, G. I
Connelly, WV. Q. Watkins.
Disrict No. 4o.-H. T. Fellers, M
H. Sanders. WV. D. Pitts.
aDistrict No. 41.-Jno. T. McKil
trick. M. M. Livingston,. H. J. Moat
District No. 42.-I. M- Smith, B. I
M ills. T. R. WVorkman.
SDistrict No. 43.-L. C. Singley,.
S. Cleland, L. C. Johnston.
District No. 44.--Rev. R. C. Ligol
. P. Boozer, J. S. Boozer.
District No. 45.-Dantzler Stillwel
i . B. Hendrix, Madison Pitts.
District No. 46.-Dr. WV. D. Sen:
. M. Martin, D. R. Senn.
District No. 47.-Jas. B. Reagi
1 Luther M. Long, J. WV. Epting.
District No. 48.-J. D. Wheeler, V
Ernest Mierchant, Geo. C. Glasgow.
District No. 49.--S. E. Kennerly,
C. George, Dr. 0. B. Evans.
Distrct No. 50.-Jno. G. Miller,
M. Oxner, A. D. Johnson.
District No. 5x--Jno- WV. Sc-ott,
J Duncan, WV. B. Johnson.
District No. 52.-Jno. P. F~at
Cas. Tidmarsh, Z. H. Suber.
District No. 53.--L. D. AbramsA,
T. Baker, G. F. Abrams.
District No. 54.-Dr. R. C. Carlis
A. . CSligh, J. B. Dominick.
'iscrict No. 55.--W. G. Metts,
gg Kinard. Drayton T. Wicker.
District No. 36.-M. H. Folk, G.
Log I. E. Crome.r.
P '4~ct N. ;7..-Jno. A\. WValla'
Ditrict Nog.-WV. H. Folk. F.
haa R. G. Ringer.
Small Boy's Mixed History.
Arouni the great triking Iigures of
hitorv the small boy weaves cuious
answers. "-loses's mother pitched
his little cradle within anld without
with pitch ar.d lit him there in the
pool of Siluam. But when the daugh
ter of Solomon got the green leaf
ir: m the dove she hastened and
brought food convenient for him, and
the babe crowed thrice and grew up in
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
On August 1st the Commissioners
of Public \W&r: wil elect a Super'n
tendlent for the Water Works, Elec
tric Light and Sewer Department for
the enn year. endinIg July 31St
ommiSSiners if Public Works.
P. .1. Boyd. Supt.
N e',' nrrv. '. C.. Jtly 20. 11905.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLE
MENT AND DISCHARGE.
Ni ii heey given tat I will.
a- a ':int:.:ra: r he c state of lary
A. karrd. deceased. make a inal set
:1ement in the estate o said deceased
in the Probate Court for Newherry
Cun:y. .n \Vednescay. August 3.
iO::. and ummediately thereafter ap
ply to sacl court for letters dismis
rv as alm1inistrator o said esta:e.
ll pers'a holding claims against
said estate will present the same. duly
attested. hy that date.
Tas. D. Kinard,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLE
MENT AND DISCHARGE.
Notice is hereby given that I will,
as administrator of the estate of Ellen
Sumter. deceased, make a final settle
men on the estate of said deceased in
:he Probate Court for Newberry
County. on Thursday, August ro, 1905
and immediately thereafter appIy to
said court for letters dismissory as ad
ministartor of said estate. All per
sons holding claims against said es
tate will present the same, duly. at
teste., by that date.
H. E. Todd,
Season Tickets Via. C., N. & L.
The Columbia, Newberry and Laur
ens railroad offers Season Tickets t+
the following points, limited until
October 31st, 1905:
Asheville, N. C. $7-o5
Flat Rook 6.30
Hot Springs &-oo
Lake Waccamaw 9.30
Carolina Beach II-55
Isle of Palms 7-90
-Sullivans Island 7.90
Cross Hill 1-95
Glenn Springs 4.45
Parties wishing to purchase ticket
to points beyond Spartanburg wi
Splease notify me before the trains ar
due, that I may arrange to have tici
Sets ready on their arrival.
For schedules or further informu
J. tion phone or write,
J. W. Denning, Agent.
Dr. R. M. Kennei~dy,
Newberry, - - S. C.
OVER NATIONAL BANK.
S est Mineral As
n.C. H. CAN NON,
INSTITUTE FOR COLORED
:A Sumner Schal f r e -larecd
eachers in Newherry county will be
ield in Hlge School building. be
.inning Monday. July 3T. 1905. The
'il-wing will compose the faculty:
R. \V. Mance. arithemetic. history
md civil government: E. V. Scott,
;eography and grammar.
All teachers are urged to attend.
Renewal of certificates will be gov
erned largely by percentage made in
the examinations at close of school.
T. S. Wheeler,
Co. Supt. of Ed.
The undersigned will elect a teach
er for Union Academy on August I.
1905. at a salary of $35.00 per month.
Applications must be sent to the un
dersigned at Prosperity, S. C.
L. I. Feagle.
M. C. Moore,
T. D. H. Kinard.
1785 College of
120th Year Begim
Letters. Science, Engineering. One
county of South Carolina. Tuit"on $40.
tory $10 to $12 a month. All candidates
for vacant Boyce scholarships which pa
Splendid location. Health res
year. High grade of work. High
Conservatory advantages in Musi
Elocution. Hot water heat. Elei
Remarkable health record; onl3
Close personal attention to the heal
pupil. High standard of scholarsl
public occasions. CHARGES VE
24th Annual Session will begi
address, REV. J. M. R
6. 0. DA
There you will find
fresh and nice. Head<
Tetley's Tea, Asparag
French Peas, A prni
Grated an d Silc
White House Coffee, White I
Corn, Lobsters, Tripe, Han
New Crop Nea
ITo s5 . C.
eholarship giving free tuition to each
Board and furnished room in Dormi
for admission are permitted to compete
$100 a year. For catalogue address
tRRISON RANDOLPH, President.
rt. Over 2oo boarding pupils last
standard of culture and social life.
c. Advanced courses in Art and,
tric lights and other modern im
one death among pupils in 23 years..
th and social development of every
tip. All pt.pils dress alike on alti
Sept. 13th, 1905- For catalogue
HODES, A. M.,
PRESIDENT, Littleton, N. C.
3ood to Eat
mon, Roast Mutton,
and Roast Beef,
et and juicy.
Therries, Peaches, Mushroons,
i Loaf, Veal Loaf, Slice Ham
i Orleans Symp.
Newberry, S. C.
RRY. S. C.