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IS HE LONG OR SHORT?
The Grand Jury of Edgefield County Em
ploys an Expert who Finds J. C.
caughman, Ex-Treasurer, Short
$2,105 26, Mr. Caughman
Obtains the Services of
Another who Finds
that the County
Saluda, December 24.-On the
21st day of November past the
grand jury of Saluda county filed
their general presentment, which
included the report of A. J. Halti
wanger, of Atlanta, Ga., who waE
employed by the grand jury specia
committee to examine the books ol
the various county officials, frorr
the organization of the pounty
This expert's report, among man,
other things -contains the following
in reference to County Treasure
John C. Caughman and B. R
Smith, both of' whom served a
treasurer of this cotinty prior to th
administration of the present in
umlfbent, Mr. H. B.White:
"Exhibit 0", is a statement c
discrepancy in treasurer's offic
county fund, $2,075-34."
Continuing the expert's repo
says: "It is, proper to separate tf
responsibility on these exhibits
by reference to which you will fil
it as follows: County fund, J.
Caughman, $1,253-19; school fun
C. Caugiman, $852.07. Coun
ftnd, B. R. Smith, $822.15; scho
And, B. R. Smith, $155.16."
From these extracts, accord
to the, expert's report filed,
wold appear that John C. Caug
man was short $2,105.25, and th
his.4uccessor, Be R. Smith, w
Ex-Treasurer J. C. CaughmE
who served Edgefield county
treasurer, prior to the formation
Saluda county, and who is a 0r
legged 'Confederate soldier a
whose reputation for honesty n
questions, has during the past.~w
had Mr. J. B. Haltiwanger,-audi
of Edgefield county for twe
S/years, and who is now servnlg
seventh consecutive term in t
position,~ to go over the books h
and is morrng he concluded
work and his report concludes
"Amount due J. C. Caughr
for jury and witness. pay bills, p
for' by him and not credited min
"Amount due J. C. Caughn
deficit in commissions, credited
sittlernents, 1897 and 1898,
Acts of general assembly, 1~
"Total amount dvie J. C. Cat
man by state and county, $298
Thus the matter stands. F
the above it appears that the ex
employed by the special grand
committee found Mr. J. C. Cal
man short $2,105.26, while M
B. Haltiwanger, employed by
Caughman to go over his
finds him long in the sum of 4
or in other words that so far
Mr. Caughman being short tc
county that.the county and the
are owing him $298.
The latter report is certif i
"I, J. B. Haltiwanger, do c
that I have carefully examine
accounts of J. C. Caughma:
treasurer for Saluda county
ing his term of office, and do h1
submit this report as being tru
It is understood that Ex-1
urer B. R. Smith, who was ri
ed short by the expert, will al
d'have Mr. J. B. Haltiwanger
over his work.
It must be an awful lot of
Ibe so rich you can grumble
how poor you are.
Our second car of I
when cotton goes to 1;
have just receih
Buy from us a Revi
your grain crop will pa
Capt. T. 0. Stewart.
The Anderson Daily Mail of
r recent date, says of Capt. T. C
s Capt. T. 0. Stewart, of Newber
ry, is in the city on business. H
represents the Fabric Hose compa
ny of New York city and is here t
see if the Anderson Fire -depart
:e ment needs anything in his line.
Capt. Stewart was an 'officer i
the First South Carolina infantr
and has many friends in Anderso
among the soldier boys. He hE
been here. attending several fir(
men's tournaments as captain of
Newberry fire company.
t Captain Stewart is a cousin
President Roosevelt and has be(
,-offered a commission in the am
g several times, but says he does n
t care for any more army life unle
~ it was active.
as Don't forget to lock the family
the closet Christmas morning.
s- The small boy had feasted
pickles and peanuts before retiri
eDuring the night it was found ri
nd essary to telephone for the f am
k "How do you feel, my lit
eman?"ase the physicignl as
efumbled with his bottles.
s"I feel' like Russia did," groat
hat the lad.
e "Howv is that?"
11s "I am suffering with an inwa
aFrightful Suffering Relieved.
Suffering frightfully from the v
Slent poisons of undigested food, C
Grayson, of Lula, Miss., took Dr. K1u
a,New Life ,Pills, with "the result,'
wrtes, "that,I was cured." All st
in ach and bow'el disorders give wa
teir tonle, lax4pve properties.
ig-.Children, obey your parents
h-give the old folks a surprise
pert Last Hope Vanished.
h'When Aleading .h'sicians sa'd
-W M. Smithart; of Pekin, Ia., ha
r.- J urable consumptionU. his last lop
Mr. nished; but Dr. ing 's NewaDs
'for Consumption, Cogh ands
ork kethim out of his grave. He
- at specific completely<
9 29' me, n.esaved my life. Since th
-omr have used it for over 10 years, and
tesider it a marvelous troat and
te cure." Strictly scientific cure
state Coughs, Sore Throats or Colds;
preventive of Pneumonia. Guaral
50c. and $1.00 bottles at W. E. Pe
L to & Son's drug store. Trial bottle
tifif, Don't let your Christmas (
t te t develop into ~an advert
i s scheme.
ereby For Sale.
ad Nearly 2,ooo acres of best
in Newberry County. One
[rea- under cultivation. Labor on
>orot- run 20 horse farm. 4 miles
oncone railway station. Will cut t<
Sgo gopurchasers. If not sold by Ja
1st will be withdrawn fror
market. Te'rms reasonable.
mfunto low. Great opportunity for
,bout sekers and investors.
lorses and Mules just ar
ic., and then you can ha
ur Buggies, H
red a car of TENNESSE
rsible Disc Harrow and
y you. Yours to 1
Christmas cigars a man's wife al
ways gives him might be said to
come under the head of a smoke
- Kidney troubles often ends fatally,
but by choosing the rIght mediem, E.
H. Wolfe, of Bear Grove, Iowa, cheated
death. He says: "Two years ago
had Kidney Trouble, which caused me
great gam, suffering and anxiety, but I
gr took lectric Bitters, which effected a
complete cure. I have also found thenO
of great benefit in general debility and
n nerve trouble, and keep them constantlY
on hand, sine,p as I fine they have nc
S equal." W. E. Pe ham & Son druggist
- guarantees them at 50c.
Christmas bells for December
)f Christmas bills for January.
Ly A Daredevil Ride
[)t often ends in a sad accident. To hea
s accidental injuries, use Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve. "A deep wound in M
foot, from an accident," writes Theo
dore Schuele, of Columbus0, 0, 'cause
me great pain. -Physicians were hel
in less, but Bucklen's Armea Salve quic
healed it.p" Soothes and beals burr
like magic. 25e- at W' E. Pelham
.Pity the poor bachelor who is
-member of the Empty .Stockmn
I MASTER'S SALE.
te State of South Carolina.
e1 Couny of Newber.
dCourt of Common Pleas.
edCharles 3. Purcell, Plaintiff,
.d*er 3. Dominick, Mary Lee Dor
inick, Emma Irene Dominick, Dais
rdE.- Dominick and Peter F. Bact4
By an order of the Court herein,
will sell (before the fourt House
Newberry, S. C., Salesday in Janual
tru 1906, all that tract of land lying a
agsbeing situate in Newberry County,
'he C., containing. Three Hundred a
om- Thirty-Nine acres, more or less, a
y to one blands of Jno. D. Pitts, t
or,Estate of J. H. Williams, Mrs. S
Smith, Dr. 3. McIntosh. and tra
Numbers 3, 4 and 1 of what is kno
mdndas the J. C. Hill Place as will m<
foor fully appear by a plat thereof. me
by Jas. F. Glenn, August 5-th., 1~
and on file in the case, Mayer vs. H
Also, all that tract lying and 'be
thhat situate in the County and State af(
i ii- said, containing iTwo Hundred For
i va- Four and Four-Tenths Acres, 1more
l ess, bounded by lands of or forme
ys-y ->f Estate of J. W. Rhodes, Estate
urededDr. Clark, Jno. Brooks and- Ri'
enn, I Place, Hunter Place and Kinard P1
con-g as will more fully appear by plat mr
for by as. F. Glenn, Surveyor, and
suure file in said case.
teed, Also, all that tract of land 12
fe.and being situate in the county
state aforesaid, known as the I
ha- Quarter tract, containing One I
hari-dred and Forty - acres, more or
issing bounded by lands of Laura Me
other lands belonging to the chil
of Preston Dominick, deceased, I
Sniith and Casson Creek.
Terms of sale: One-Third of
laand purcahse money to be paid cash,
halfalance to be secured by bond of
itt t chaser and mortgage of premises
frmcredit portion payable in two <
from annual installments with interest
> susuitdate of 'sale at eight per cent pe
iuauryynum until paid in full, with lea,
i tthe purchaser to anticipate the credit
Prcetion in whole or in part.
Proce H. H. Rikard
Newberry, S. C.,
December 7, 1905..
rived. We can sell yo
re them climatized and i
arness and F
E Wagons and want to
put your grain land in E
ITY, S. C.
i If a girl fails to look for the
price marks on her ("ir-mas pres
ent it's a sign she failed to get one.
Don't indulge in too much Christ
mas cheer. Remember the dark
brown taste that always gets its
work in the next morning.
State of South Carolna,
County of Newberry,
Court of -Common. Pleas.
Sara, Ann Clark, Julia Clark and
Maggie Clark, Plaintiffs,
Harry Clark, William Clark, Henson
Clark, John R.'P. Clark, Iola Clark,
J. Thomas Clark, J. Roland Clark
and Edw. R. Hipp, Defendants.
By an order of the Court herein,
I will sell to the highest bidder at
I public outcry, before the Cour;t House
- door at Newberry, S. C., during the
legal hours of sale on the First Tues
day (Salesday) in January i9o6, that
certain tract of lind situate in said
County of Newberry, State of South
Carolina, 'containing one hundred and
thirty-eight acres, more or less
bounded by lands of che estate of R
a P. Clark, J. J. Reeder, A. F. Reeder
deceased, and of R. Y. Leave11.
Terms of .sale: One-half of the pur
chase money to 'be paid in cash, anm
the balance on a credit of twelvt
months, with interest from day o
sale, secured by bond of purchase
and mortgage of the premises sold
with leave to purchaser .to pay al
cash. Purchaser to pay for papers.
H. H. Rikard,
Master Newberry County, S. C.
December 7th., 1905
y, A fresh line of the National:
ad ettes, Sandwich, Five O'clock Te
S.Fingers. Vanilla Wafers, UJneed&
nd Durkee's Salad Dressing, Olive
he te. Figs, Dates, Citron, Curra
ue monds, Cranberries and Cranberr
ts cheaper line of candies and Nuts
n Phone 1 10.
hie He loved the girl very much,
e, That was his business.
ide She loved him just as v
That u; as her busi1
i g They decided
nd That was
dren We have Boys' Suits for 75 ceni
..C. Men's Suits for $4.00 up.
the Jeans for Pants from 15c. yd. tc
baal- Shoes for the Baby, and Shoe5
quqal Hats for the Men and..aps for
rrm Groceries without which ni
a n- can do without,
Notice is hereby given that The an
nual meeting of the County Board of
Commissioners of Newberry County
will be held on .the 4th day of January,
i9o6. All persons holding demands of
any kind against the county not pre
viously presented to the board are
hereby notified and required to file the
same with the clerk of -the boar#l on
or- before the 1st day of January,
i9o6, so that they may be examined
and ordered to be paid at the annual
meeting. All persons holding such ac
counts or claims not paid will deposit
them with the clerk of the board, as
required in this notice.
Fred H. Dominick,
Clerk'County Board Commissioners.
Notice of Hnal Settlement and Discharge.
Notice is hereby given that th;
undersigned will make a final set
tlement as administrators on the
estate of Mrs. E. A. Scott in the
probate court for Newberry coun
ty on the 15th day of Januar, 1906,
at i i o'clock, A. M., and immedi
ately thereafter apply for letters
dismissory as such admini trators.
Mrs. Mary S. artin,
Mrs. Emily We ,
$5 0 0 R. R.Fi-e Paid. N ken
Boardat Cost.' uick
ED. .. . \ i
iscuit Company's Crackers, Oys
as, Lemon Snaps, Zo Zo Snaps, Lay
Biscuits, Nabisco and Fruit Cakes,
s from 10 cents to 50 cents per bot
t.;, Raisins; Apricots, Shelled Al
y Sauce, Chocolate C,andies, also a
of all kinds, a kigh grade of Pinnacle
to be married,
ey will joon need Grocries,
Dry Goods, Furnitare, Shoes, &c.
THAT'S OUR BUSINESS.
s up Men's Coats and Vests $2.50 UP -
Pants from 75C. to $5.oo- '
Sc. Nice Calico for dresses 5c. yd.
for the Boys and Girls, and Shoes for
the Boys, and above all, we have the
) newly wed or. old married couple
ad it's our business to
ych these things.
s for business,