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W. B. Rikard
W. B. RIKARD
is now in The Herald an
News Office1where he will d
your work promptly and und(
Give him a trial.
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||ye*a"ift caberter othu v'igor bY UI
REVIVO. It quickly ande.urelyrestdredNerve
antonyU bystartingattbeseat of disease.1
the mey. Book an dise free Address
$5,00R. R.Fare Paid. Notes Ta
Boardat Cost. Wrnte 0
BEORGIA-ALABAMA BUSINESS COLLEGE, Macon,
Increase Your -
One Of The Results
of liberally using our fertili
ontheol far"Read te fol
& Bon owners of the Magoli
"W made $900 fro one acr
st rrarr, on which you
cieede to hae benwr
under peas and velvet beans.
thing and have been offere
-$250 per acre for the place. We
many brand of fertilhzers,
cheaper." Now don you thik
Virginia-Carolina Fert iizrs
Well don't use any other.
Durhm N. C.C
'm Priin.aries Zcxt Sunmr.
It has been learned in \ashing
ton. says a \\ashington dispatch,
says emiw emfemfw emiw mm ITt
that Senator Tillman had several
important conferences when in Col
umbia with the supporters of the
dispensary in the legislature and
that when he left them it was with
mighty good understanding that a
bill will be agreed upon by the dis
pensary people and pushed at the
present session. The bill will seek
to relmledy defects of the existing
law. the especial ibject being to
place the leading officers of the In
stitution bevond the iemptan:es ot
Your corres)olint is iml positi)In
d to state that the main features of
he proposed bill will be these:
First-The purchase of rye.
corn and bourbon under yearly con
tract, bids to be advertised for and
opened during the sessions of the
legislature, the state to buy every
thing from the lowest bidder.
Second-No bid will be received
from any firm that has not put tip
with the treasurer of the state a
certified check for a large sum as an
evidence of good faith. The firm
receiving the bid to be required to
put up with the state treasurer 5
per cent of the gross sales of the
state dispensary for the previous
year. This will be a guarantee of
faithful and honest performance of
Third-The state to get the whis
key direct from the bonded ware
houses of the government, before
there has been mixing or blending
and when the product is as pure as
the government can guarantee it.
Fourth-The state to do its own
blending and mixing, thereby guar..
anteeing an absolutely pure article,
there being no chance for doctoring,
unless the officials of the state do
so themselves, wvhich would be
made, punishable by a heavy sen
Fifth-Every bid, and Senator
Tilmnan is understood to regard this
as about the most important fea
ture. to be submitted in triplicate,
one bid to the governor, another to
the speaker of the house and a
third to the treasurer ; these officials
to hold the bids until the day of
Ftheir opening when all are to be
presented at once. In the opiniorl
1dof Senator Tillman, this wvould ab
solutely prevent collusion and the
altering of bids, as the law would
provide that all bids received should
~.remain sealed until opened at a cer
tan time and in a .certain office.
Senator Tillman believes that the
Ionly way collusion wvould be possi
Sble' would be for the, dispensary
oficials to connive with the bidders
-to deliver a poorer grade of prool
whiskey.. but this. could be avoidec
A.because the specifications woukc
call for goods of a certain proof
ITdirect from the government bonde<
wvarehouses and the proof of wvhis
key is easily ascertained.
.Still another important teatur<
will be changing the personnel o:
-.the state board of control so as tc
ve the people of~ the state confi
S(ence in -the managenment. This iu
unerstoodl to be now under con
In my opinion, the people of the
state are overwhelimingly for th<
dispensary," said Senator Tillman
"even in the counties where it ha~
been voted out. The system is al
right, but the people are tired ol
the bad odor and wvant to see a
change in the law. The advocates
of the dispensary will, in my opin
Iion, amend the law at the preseni
session so as to prevent corruptiot
ad insure the sale of pure whiskey
If the enemies of the law preven
the legislature doing anything ir
that direction they will have to b
accountable to the people. WVe wil
see to that, but unless the legisla
ture attempts to do something
there is grave danger of the death
of the law. I am sure. though
that the friends of the dispen1sar:
will make every effort at this ses
51(n of the legislature to purif:
conitons and to againt establisi
h system in the confidence at th
popfe. If they tail it will be lbe
cuethe enemies of the law unit
(tlILHW III. 11(. )tI' I.-I'llf it
Th len when we L out before thc
ele tiis stimlier anl put out
cand(idates for seniator anid mnemr
bers of the house we will lie up
things so as to show the hands of
every)ody. [here will be much
difference then. aWd this vote that
has been remainin at home will
show up for the diispensary.
Senator Tillman expressed the
opinion that if counties that have
recently voted out the dispensary
under the Brice law shoul(d elect
senators aii( representatives this
summer committed to the dispen
sary those elected on the dispensary
platform w(uld have.a. p6rfect right
to put the (ispewnsary gck in thC
counties that are nog enjoymg
blind tigers in large dbses.
Senator Tillman lieves the
Irice law will be repealed when thc
legislature electedl this summiet
meets next January.
Relating to Street Duty in th(
'own of Newbprry. South Caro
13e it ordained by the Mayor anc
Aldermen of the Town of New
berry, South Carolina. in Counci
assembled. and by authority of th<
Section i. That from and aftei
the passage of this ordinance al
persons between the ages ot eigh
teen and fifty years in the Town o:
Newberry. S. C., are hereby re
quired to perform six days laboi
during each year upon the streetq
of the said town under the direc
tion of the street overseer, or tc
pay Three Dollars to the Clerk anc
Treasurer of the Town Council o:
the Towvn of Newberry each year ft
lieu thereof, wvhich shall be due an<
payable on or before the first da:
of April. Provided, that a receipt i
full of commutation tax shall be is
sued to any person who shall pa:
the same prior to the month o
April: Provided, however, tha
nothing herein contained shall b
so construed as to exempt any per
son who shall become a resident o
the Town of Newberry, at any tim
of any year, from performing th
labor or paying the comnmutatioi
tax herein required.
Section. 2. All persons violatin;
the provisionls of this ordinance b:
failing to perform the said labo
or pay the s- 'd commutation tax i
lieu thereof. shall, upon convictio
thereof, be fined not more than flv
Idollars or be imprisoned for nc
more than ten days or sentenced t
hard labor on the public works C
said Town; Provided, that the prc
visions of this ordinance shall nc
apply to persons holding a certif
cate of physical disability from.
reputable licensed physician, sai
certificate not to be over one yea
certificate shall make oath befor
tesaidl Clerk and Treasurer the
such disability prevents him frot
making a livelihood at his usus
avocation: nor to ministers of th
gospel in actual charge ot a congr(
gation, teachers employed mn t
pu)lic schools, school trustees. an
p)ersois permnanuently disabled
military service of the State, an
pcr'son who served in the late wa
b)etween the States. all persons ac
tually emp~loyed in the quarano
service of the State, and member
of the Fire Department of th
Town of Newberry; Provide<
however, that only twenty menr
bers of each company of the sai
department shall be exempt unde
the provisions of this section, an
it shall be the duty of the secretar
of each company to file with th
Clerk and Treasurer of said Cour
il a list of all memrbers of his conr
pan on or before the first day c
J anuary of each year.
Sect ion 3. That all ordinance
or )ats of ordlinances, inconsister
with this ordlinance b)e, and tP
same is hereby. repealedl.
Done and ratified undeCr the co:
pa1)rate seal of the Town c
(seal) >outh Cartlina. this ti
Ithirdl (day of Janulary, A. I
Eugene S. Wecrts.
Cit Clerk: and1 Treasrer.
personal proe.rt of t ete o' f ' 0
said dccease(l I IouseholI and
kitchen furniture. sho) tools. wag
on, etc. Terms of sale cash.
Mrs. M. L. Counts.
State of South Carolina.
County of Newberrv.
Court of Common Pleas.
Caroline Jones. Plaintiff.
Jason Jones, et al. Defendants.
Complaint for Partition.
Bv virtue of an order of Court
herein. I will sell at public auction
before the Court House at 'Newber
ry, S. C.. on Salesday in February,
1906, all that lot or parcel of land,
of which the late Joseph Jones died
seized and possessed, lying and be
ing in that part of the Town of
Newberrv, S. C.. known as "Gravel
Town," and bounded by lands of
Guilford Snowden, Dr. James Mc
Intosh and the Southern Railway
Co., fronting 63 feet on -Street
a plat of which will be exhibited on
day of Sale.
Terms of sale: One half cash and
one half on a credit of twelve
months. with interest from day of
sale with a bond of the purchaser
and a mortgage of the premises;
with leave to purchaser to antici
pate the payment of the credit por
tion in whole or in part. The build
ing on said lot to be insured and
the policy assigned to the Master.
The purchaser to pay for paper!
and recording same.
H. H. Rikard,
Master's Office, Jan. 1i, 1906.
For Sale by
C. H. CAN NON.
2Dr~. R. M. Kennedy,
~Newberry, - - S. C
OVER NATIONAL BANK.
A PIANO OR- ORGAN FOR YOU
1To the head of every family who,
ambitious for the future and ed.ucatio:
of his children, we have a Special Prc
position to make.
SNo Article in the home shows th
evidence of culture that does a Piano c
Organ. No accomplishment gives a
1much pleasure or is of as great value 1
after life as the knowledge of musi
and the ability to play well.
eOur Small Payment Plan makes thi
ownership of a high grade Piano or 0
CJsta few dollars down and a sma
payment each month or quarterly c
semi annualjy and the instrument1
Writeu to-day for Catalogues an
ourSpeialProposition of Easy Pa3
aMalone's Music House
Columbia, S. C.
LDoes not only apply to stylis:
Cclothes, but a good, clea:
Shave and an up-to-date Hai
Cut as well. In order to mak
nyour toilet complete call at m
Tonsorial Parlor. First-clas
rwork guaranteed. Hot an
e cold baths.
CHAS. P. BEECH ER
Under Crotwell Hotel.
0!IarI68to1 &ll Vestern CaroliRi
r(schedule in Effect April i6, 1905.)
cit to- 52. Daily.
Lv. Newberry........... .36 p. m.
VAr. Laurens........----.--- .-s p.m
e No. 2. Daily.
Lv. Laurens..........--- 1.50 p. mU.
Ar. Greenwood .-..--. --.... 2.46 p. mn.
-Ar. Augusta.............. '5.20 p. m.
Ar. Anderson.......... - 7.10 p. mn.
No. 42. Daily.
L 5.Iv. Augusta............. ..---.35 --
-A.Allendale......... . .... - -3-- ----- --r
itAr. Fairfax......-------- . .. ..* i
Ar. charleston -- --------
r. Beaufort ....... ..----- ..- ..-5.- --
r. Port Rcyal.. ..-------.-.-.-.-.- -- -.
Ar. Savannah..... --.-----..---- p r
rAr. Waveros . .. ------. ---.-.
No. :. Dail,.
- Ar. Spartanburg ...... ---.... -
No. ;2. No. S7.
D)aiNv. Ex- Mu
.v. I.us.... ..2 og f. . S.oo a.nl
iund I le
We have comn
clearance sale o1
and Capes; all
Caps; Rugs, rea
Goods; all Under
winter Dress Go<
Hats and FeathE
Don't miss thi,
get good goodsi
Of the condition of The Commercial Bai
business, Decomber 30th, 1905.
Notes discounted.................$358,741 95
Furniture and fixtures......... 3,051 93
Due from Banks.................. 49,40.5 10
Overdrafts.......................... 2,741 80
Canh in Bank...................... 16,730 97
STATS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, }
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
I, J. Y. McFall, Cashier of the aboN
Statement is true to the best of my
Sworn to before me this 1st day
Attest: Z. F. Wright, 0. B. Mayer,
We Have J
And find that we have
would like to dispose C
SGinghams reduced t<
the 12 1-2c. kind now I
5c., and a lot of other i
mention. Call and see
MRS. S. \
Prosperity, S. C.
~ The Newberry1
-Send Checks or Telephon
or send for ba
Office in Herald
SAre You Plann
*Many persons arec
making plans and sp<
7 homes. It has often been sai
building experiences before the
Let Us Plan
will gladly call with our catal ogi
of modern sanitation. We woul
the samples of 1$tndd War<
i i~ for booklet " Modern Home Pli
C. C. DAVIS,
-*~. -~-* -
is'; all Hats and
ts, Jeans, Pants
wear, all colored
>ds, all Millinery,
3 opportunity to
ty, S. C.
ik of Newberry, S. C., at the close of
Capital stock................ $ 50,900W
Due Banks.......................... 615 77
Profits (less all expenses paid) 32,777 78
Dividends unpai ............ 55800
DiK ed No. 17.......... 2,00Q 00
Indi I deposits.............. 344,720 20
e named Bank, swear that the above
knowledge and beiief.
J. Y. McFALL, Cashier.
of January, 1906.
JNO. C. GOGGANS, c. c. c. P.
Geo. S. Mower.
some good things we
>6 1l-4c. yd. Percales,
3 1-3c. yd. .Best Prints
:hings too numerous to
ET ALL TRAINS.
e No. 57 and we will deliver
& News Building.
ing a New Home?
ccupied at this season in
icifications for their new
1 that a person must have several ~
ideal home is constructed.I
If you will allow
us toplantheplumb- *
ing of your home,
we will make it right
the first time. We
do no experimenting
*1 but execute all con
.1 tracts on the most
lines --employ the
m os t experienced
and competent me
chanics and use the
very best fixtures
lain Enameled Baths
and On e -p ie ce
If you do not find
it convenient to call
ir person, write or
phone us and we
is and other literature on the subjectO
d advise, however, that you inspect
displayed in our showroom.As
ambing. "@ Free upon reqjues:.