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COLUMBIA NEWSPAPER INTI
MATES CONFERENCE WILL
May Pick Candidates While There is
Not One Apt to Be On Open
Ticket, Certain Leaders
Will be Selected.
C(lnmhia, Feb. 26.-The Record
tof this afternoon iprints this state
The leconl is decidedly pro-dispen
Li is extreniely pro)bable that the
dispensary leaders in this State will
call a con-vention. or conference, at a
reasonably early date to outline a pro
aramme for the corni- campaign,
The information that this is being se
riouslv consiC;'dided omes fron an in
side sour-ce that is high enough up to
know what is doing and what is likely
to be done.
"It. is understood to be the inten
tion of some of the leaders to soon ar
range a call and send i to prominent
men for their signatures. The call,
which will name a date and arrange
the details for the convention, will
then be promulgated. ~The chief ob
ject of the convention will be to out
line a plan of eaTnpaign and to effect
an orgaization for pushing the cam
paign vigorously. The organization
may or may not provide a permanent
head to direct the campaign all that
being a matter of detail for the lead
ers to decide upon.
Such a call, it is believed, would
ereate a sensation in the State, that
they were going up against a much
siffer proposition than they had con
templated. The conference does not
contemplate the suggestion of any
man for governor or anything of that
sort, as did the famous March conven
tion of 1890 that put forward Benja
min R. Tillman as the reform candi
date for governor of the State.
"The fact, however, that nearly all
of the gubernatorial candidates now
in the field are regarded as openly or
secretely hostile to the continuation of
the dispensary system would undoiibt
edl lad,itis believed, to informal
consideration of men who would prob
ably command the support of the peo
pie of the State. This would have an.
important bearing on the campaign.
Buster Brown. Melville B. Ray
mond 's merry cartoon comedy with
Master Gabriel, that talented little
comedian who originated Buster'
Brown, and the original company in
ciding George Ali as Tige, the dog,
Charles A. Loder'. Burt Jordan. Gor
den Sackville, Al Lamar, Ada Gifford.
Vida Perrin, Nain D)odson, Rosa
Crouch. Rhea Lushy and a large and
This visit marks the farewell visit
of Bus5ter Brown as next seatson Mas
ter Gabriel will appear in Little Jack
Horner, Melville B. R aymond 's big
Talking to Her.
"'You never talk to me,. complain
ed the lady. "Now I just want you
to put down that everlasting paper
and make yourself agreeable. Some
husbands enjoy a little conversation
with their wives, but all youi seem
to care about is your paper."
"'I don 't think, my dear-''
'I know you don 't think. That 's
just the trouble with you. You don't
consider that I'mn here in the house
all day with no) one to talk to but the
children a nd the servants and trades
men and peddlers and any friend who
may happen to come in. unless I hap
pen to go out, and you 're in town all
d ay long, nieet many peop)le.'
"I dlonl't meet many peole. I just
"Yes. von go I know that. You
go where von like. but I have to stay
at homie so that you can have a pleas
ant p)lacel to come toc when you are
tired of going. Then you just take up
your p)aper and I can never get a
word out of vou the whole of the
"'I'm perfectly willing to talk but''
"I wish you wouldn 't interrupt me
when I 'm speaking. Yes, you 're per
fectly willing to talk but you don't
want to talk to me. I suppose thlat's
it. I 'm not sufficiently appreciative I
suppose. I'm just your wife. Some:
husbands even take an interest in'
their wives. They come home and tell
them all the little things that have
happened during the day, what they
have been doing and where they've
been going and whom they 'ye seen
and what they said. There's Mr.
Conaway. Hie tells Mrs. C'onaway
everthing~ and discusses books and
politics and things with her.'
"Don t care if I don 't. There are
other things to talk about besides
books and polities, I should hope. If
I attempt to tell you anything you
never pay the least aitention to what
f ni savig11. I was telling You last
night about the troubles the Gens
prews were liaving with their land
lord. I talked to you a straight hour
I do believe and it turned out you
thouglt I was saving something about
Enticoe. You simply, wern't paying
the least attention to what I said. I
might go on talking forever and you
wouldn t. If I were any other wo
man she wouldn't stand it. Im sure
I sometimes wwnder I have the pa
tience I have. John iienry .illings
worth, I don't bli eve You are listeni
in io me now one bit. What was I
You were saving Von wanted me
to talk to you." r(plied the brutal
husband, -bit yon don't give any
An annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Security Loan and In
vestment Company will be held at the
office of the Company in Newberry, S.
C., Thursday afternoon, March 8,
1906. at 5:30 p. m.
James N. McCaughrin,
State of South Carolina,
County of Newberry.
Court of Conmon Pleas.
Caroline Jones, Plaintiff,
Jason Jones, et al., Defendants.
Complaint for Partition.
By virtue of an order of Court
herein, I will sell at public auction
before the Court House at Newberry,
S. C., on Salesday in March, 1906,
all that lot or parcel of land, of which
the late Joseph Jones died seized and
possessed, lying and being in that
part of the Town of Newberry, S. C.,
known as "Gravel Town," and
bounded by' lands of Guilford Snow
den, Dr.. James McIntosh 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 anad
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 pr
easei- to anticipate the payment of
the credit portion in whole or in part.
The- building on said lot to be insured
and the policy assigned to the Mas
ter. The purchaser to pay for pa
pers and recording.same.
IH. H. Rikard,
Master's Ome~e, Feb. 12, 1906.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
.Notice is here by given that the un
dersigned will make application to
the Secretary of State, for the State
of South Carolina, on the 31st day of
March, 1906, at 12 o'clock M., at his
office, in the Capitol, at Columbia,
South Carolina, to grant a charter for
a railway company to be known as
"Spartanburg & Glenn Springs Sou
thern Railway,'' the line of railroad
of which proposed company shall ex
$ BANK DEPOSIT
5,000 R. R,Fare Paid. Notes Taken
Board at Cost. Write Quids
GEORG AALABAMA BUSIMESS COLLEGE Macon, Ga.
Dr. R. M. Kernnedy,
Newberry, - - S. C.
uVER NATIONAL BANK.
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tend from the City of Sparianburg,
S. C., to the City of Aiken, S. C.,
through the City of Spartanburg and
the Townships of Spartanburg, Paeo
let, Fair Forest. Glenn Springs.
Woodruff, and Crss Aknchor.. in the
County of SpartanhIrg,. and the town
ships of Jonesvilpe. Bogansville. In
ion, Cross Keys. and Gosin Hill in
the County of Union, andl the town
ships of Seufflet6n. Llaurns. Jacks.
Hunter, and Cross Hill. in the Countv
of Laurens. and townships No1. No.
4. No. 5. No. 6. No. 7, and No. S. in
the County f Newherry. and town
ships No. 1. N. 2. No. . No. 4. No. 5.
No. 6, and No. 7. in jhc C>nn!y of Sa
Inda. and the twnships of Blocker,
Elmw,OOd. M_jS. Piekons. Tohnston.
Wards. Shaws. Wi5c. and Merriweth
er in the Conniy of E(dgefield, and the
townships of Chinquapin. Wards. Me
Tier, Shaws. A iken and Gr in the
County of Aiken. all of said counties
being in the State of South Carolina.
by the most feasible route, the total
length of vhich road shall be about
100 miles. which corporation, if said
charter is granted, will have the pow
er to condemn lands for rights-of-way.
A written declaration and petition,
in accordance with Section 1,917 of
the Code of South Carolina, will be'
filed at or before the time of the mak
ing of said application.
Witness our hands this 24th day of
February. A. D., 1906.
J. B. Lee.
V. M. Montgomery.
A. L. White.
W. S. NIontgomery.
Aug. W. Smith.
T. B. Thackston.
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(Schedule in'Effect April 1 94.
-\n. 52. Daily.
,v. Newberry......... .12.36 p. n.
Ar. Laurens .........---- 50 p.m
No. 2. Daily.
Lv. Laurens..... ..-.- - p.nI.
Ar. Greenwood ...........2.46 p. M.
Ar. Augu:--ta.......... ....5.2C P- .
Ar. Anders,n ... ......... 7-10 ). n.
No. 42. Daily.
Lv. Augusta...... ...... . .... 2.35 p. .
Ar. Allendale..................... .. - 30 p. m.
Ar. Fairfax...... 4-.......... 4. P. M.
Ar. Charleston.......................--- -9 P.
r. Beau t ort........ .... ..... ... - 3 - m
r. rort R( yal...... .........- 4.40 p. M
Ar. Savannah........... -----.-... 6.45 P. M
Ar. Waycross.. ................ ... :.Cc p. .
Ar. Tacksonville... .....--.. .--.. -------
NKo. i. Daily.
Lv. Lamens......... .......-- ---- .2-.6 p. m
Ar. Spartanburg.................. 3.20 p. M
No. 52. No. S7.
Daily. Ex. Sun
Lv. Laurens ... ..... ...... 2 og p. M . .oc a.M
Ar GrEenviVe............ - 3.25p.m. Io2 a.M
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD.
Time Table No. 5.
In Effect November 29, 1905
Between Belton and Walhalla.
No. io No. 12 No. -r No. 5
P. M. A. M AR. Lv. P. M. A. M.
3 35 i0 25-.---------Belton.----------3 50 io 41
3 I 10 is ---- .. A nderson ....... 4 22 11 04
9 25..... .. Pendleton........4 47 II 3
15I5 11 51
. 8 58-.---------enec.... I5 3 1 o0
S 35.........Walhalla........ 5 55 1 21
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