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THE DISPENSARY QUESTION.
The Most Important Work Yet To Be
Done-The "Newberry Situa
tion" Still On Hand.
Colunbia. Fvhiuary I9.-An er
roneis imnpressiin prevails in many
parts of the ste that the dispeisary
investiating coinnuttee has c(inelud
ed its labors so far as taki testi
monv is (1onerned. On the contrary
the most important and interesting
hearings are yet to come. and the fire
works will open up from these in
about two weeks. The "livest' part
If the show has been reserved for the
last. The Richland distillery matter
is vet to be gone into and the ex-men
iers of board of directors are to be
put on the stand. and the "'Newberry
zituation' is again to be pre::ented to
Representative Lymn and Senator
Christensen, who have "borne ill
burden and heat of day'' in this com
mittee work, and have dragged up a
mas,s of evidence and presented with
eonsummate skill and ability, are men
of unflinching courage, physical and
moral, as well as men of brains and
reat energy and zeal. Tt was not
their fault that the facts were not
brought out as to what inaferial pros
perity had blessed the members of the
board as reward for managing the
Great Moral Institute. The threats
which were made on the floor of the
sunreme court room the morning the
Newberry witnesses were to' testify
only sharpened their desire to do
their duty by the state. Serious re
sults that would, have followed any
attempt that morning to do violence.
A great tragedy and disgrace to the
state. one which would have paled the
Goble affair in Kentucky. was nar
rowly averted. Perhaps it was the
art of wisdom ind particularly on
Ihe part of the committee to tempo
rarilv (all a halt with its decision not
to go into these matters.
"But a lot of these matters are
r-omin, out.'' said a member of the
investigation to the Daily Mail cor
respondent today. "if certain mem
hers of that committee have to take
t he responisiility inldividrully. The~
BninV2s of theQ suib-conmmittee will be
mnade publiue whether they are allowed
(: lfne ' ut be(for'e thle comi)flttee (:
ot. 11ifl(members of that comittee
iy\( to go dtown1 ib their jeans anId
pay A.r the advertising space.'
"Space'' will he no searce or coist
v article when the "copy'' is ready.
OFF ON THEIR HONEYMOON.
r. and Mrs. Nicholas Longworth Go
to Cuba-They Pass Through
Washinogton. D. C., February 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Longworth1
started on theirs honeymoon from
Alexandria. Virginia, this morning
at 1 :1S o'clock over the Southern
raivay. They' will go to Tampa, andi(
rom there take a boat for Havana,
which point they expect to reach on
Thursday morning. They will make
the trip to Tampa in the piviate ear
Elvsiam, which was awaiting~ them in
the ards of the Southern at Alex
maria about a half a mile from the
The bride and groom made the trip
from Friendship, near Washington.
this morning in an open automobile.
accompanied by Mrs. Longworth's
maid and a chaulfeur. The machine
wen at an easy gait, and they arriv
ed at Spring' Garden. which. is the
Soutern 's station in the subu'rbs of
Alexandria. at 10:30 o'clock. Mr.
Longworth got out of the machine.
lit. a igar and spent some time chat
ting' with his wife, who remained in
the automobile. Mrs. Longworth wore
t an colored broadcloth suit, with
2andsome sable furs, and a tan hat
trimmed with pink p)lumnes. After
thev had been there for about half an
bour,' a little girl, the da.ughter of
ne of the railway employees, asked
he bride if she would give her an au
'Certainly I will, where is your:
pencil?'' replied Mrs. Longworth.
Pencil and .paper were quickly pro
uced. and Mrs. Long-worth wrote:
Alice Lee Longworth.''
"Now get his,'' she said, pointing
o her hutsband. Beneath the name
f his wife~, Mr. Longworth wrote his
ignature and the date. The little girt
thanked them both and went away
She spread the news to a' lew peo
le at the station as to the identity
>f the counle, but they were not b2h
.ared by a curious crowd, as there were
at more than a dozen people in andl
ibout the station. Shortly after 11.
'elock Thomas Stone, the chief nsh
r of the White House, arrived fromn
Xashin l'tonii and received a cordiau
reeting from Mrs. Longworth. lie
brought a note from the president,
~vhicli she quickly opened and read,
and, callng .or a pencil, wrote a re
ply as she sat in the automobile. The
b.azage had been taken from Wash
iin,_ton. but several pieces were
brou-ht alongl in the automobile.
Five minutes before the train ar
rived Mr. Longworth helped his wife
out of the machine. and they walked
to the sidin_. Mrs. Lon worth gra
ei(u~ly nk nowledged the respectful
-reetin, (I the employees about the
station. and. as the train pulled in,
hurried down to the last ear, which
was a private one. into which she was
assisted by Mr. Longworth and Mr.
Stone. Mr. Longworth would not jet
the servants carry his suit ease. or
that of Mrrs. Lon 2worth. and had his
hands full. walkinz the length of the
train with two suit eases. a cane and
Several Minutes in Greensboro.
(reensboro. N. C.. February 19.
Con-ressman Nicholas Longworth
and l his bride spent several minutes
in this city this afternoon. They ar
rive, on train No. 20 nt 6:51 p. m. A
number of people had gathered at the
depot to greet them.
There was no demonstration.
Columbia Did Not See Them.
Columbia, February 19.-The Sou
thern railway authorities have no in
formation that Mr. Nicholas Long
worth and wife are on their trains
oin! to Florida. They are advised
that ther* is a special party on No.
29. and this is presumed to be Mr.
and Mrs. Lonzworth.
This train arrives h?re at 1 :05. and
leaves here for Jacksonville at 1:40
in t.- norning. and the bridal couple
wil no doubt. at that hour be sound
lIasn t the poor fellow any friends
who will see that he has a fair trial?"
isn' thar r a mu1rde-er.
I)o um w, ay sympathy on him.
Hie was eau_hi in th aet of stealin
a ham. -Chicaoo Tribune.
Crops That Convic
S 'er Acre
We will convince y;that you
can "increase your y'lq per acre"
and you won't.hayetoep1,5.
cret, either. Read wha ess
Wherry & Son, of the Magnolia
Fruit Farm, Durant, Miss., write:
"From two. acres of strawberries,
on which 1,000 pounds of
per acre werei used, we cleared a
profit of $75.00 per acre more than
the other 143 acres of strawberries
which had only 500 pounds of this
fertilizer." Thus double the quan
tity of these fertilizerson each acre
of any crop, and more than doubly
"inreae our yields per acre." Be
sureyou uy only Virginla-Caro
Virglia-Carolina Chemical Co.
Richmond, Va. Atlanta, Ga.
Nbrfolk, Va. Savannah. Ga.
Durham. N. C. Montgomery, Ala.
Charleston, S.CO. Memphis. Tenn.
Baltimore, Md. Shreveport, La.
C. H CAN'NON.
Dr. R. M. Kennedy,
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They met at their respective doors
when the postman eame. says the Chi
" Have you seen the new neigh
hors l whispered the one in the crim
son hood. "Well. they say. she is an
"Do tell!' exclaimed the one in
the bluc shawl. "And I also hear
that she is a rt)bberneck.
"I've heard. too. and they ain't
"How do you know?"
"Because T stood on my tub and
peeped through a knothole in the
fence and saw that some of their
wash had holes in it. Then I listened
rn the porch the other evening and
beard her husband talking loud in the
kitchen. I believe he drinks. Oh. I
tell you, this neighborhood has no
room for gossips and rubbernecks.
and I am going to tell her so the first
thing she knows.'
Jim-How did you fall in love 01th
her? Is she pretty or is she rich?
Jack-Both. She's pretty rich.
Only the foolish give themselves
cause for regretting twice the same
A man may be short of ideas and
still be able to hand out a long line
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W. L BIJRROUJGHS. Tray.
Sale of Personal Property.
On February 21. 1906, we will sek
to the highest bidder for cash. the per
ceased, consisting of mule. cow. ho-s.
household and kitchen furniture.
Pierce F. Boozer.
sonal property of L. L. Boozer. de
Joseph E. Boozer.
Clalestv ad wuteru carm 1V.
(Schedule inEffect April 16, 1905.)
-No. 52. Daily.
Lv. Newberry......... ... 12:36 p. w.
Ar. Laurens ...... ......1.50 p.m
No. 2. Daily.
Lv. Laurens.......... ..150 z. M.
Ar. Greenwood ..........2.46 p. mn.
Ar. Augusta.......... .. '5.20 p. M.
Ar. Anderson .............. 7.10 p. m.
No. 42. Dai!y.
Lv. Augusta............. ......... 35 p. m.
Ar. Allendale........... . ..................... ..4 30 p. mn.
Ar. Fairfax ..... ...... ........4.41 p. m.
Ar. Charleston ....... 7.40 p. m.
r. Beaufort....... ............. 6.30 p. m
r. Port Rya........ 6.4o p. m
Ar. savannah ...............4.... 64 p. M
Ar. Waycross....... ..............ic.oo p. m.
Ar. Tacksonville.. .....................
No. i. Daily.
Lv. Laurens.......... ......................... 2.07 p. n
Ar. Spartanburg..................3.20 p. In
No. 52. No. 87.
Daily. Ex. Sun
Lv. I Laurens................ 2.09 p. m. 8.o a.m
Ar Greemville ............. 3.25 p.M. I.c 20 a. m
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD.
Time Table No. 5.
In Effect November 29, 1905
Between Belton and Walhalla.
No. To No. 12 No. II Ne. 5
P.M. A.M AR. Lv. P.M. A.M.
3 35 10 25-. . Belton...........3 50 -0 41
3 10 0e oo..... .. A nderson ....... 4 22 11 04
------ 9 25..... .. Pendleton........4 47 -1 3.3
(5 15 11 51
...... Seneca.. . 5 3T :40
...... 3 35....Walhalla........ 5 55 I
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