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S. f. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
lertv. S. C., as 2nd class matte;.
Tuesday, October 30, 1906.
The race for speaker of the next
house of representatives seems to
have narrowed down to ion. R.
S. Whaley, of Charleston. Iluji. 3.
Wright Wash, of Spartanburg, and
-1Hon. D. D. McCa"ll, of Marllbor.o. Hll.
E. M. Rucker of Anderson and Iii.
F. B. Mary of Abbeville, both of' whoi
lead'been spokein of for I-he place have
annoinced (hat they will not enter
Mr. Whaley will be elected and will
fill the positio: with ability. He is
a1 younIg lalnll butl ials lid six year
experience in the leerislature and for
four years was chairman of the judi
ciary committee and displayed con
speciuous ability in the discharge of
the complex and varied duties of this
po-iton as well as marked ability in
Ul debates on the floor of the house.
He will preside over the house with
digrity and will be fair and impartial
in his rungs.
i"-w filit, Ion. E. M. Of
A114)eIson, announces that he is out of
tlie race for speaker a very formidable
candidate is removed. Mr. Rucker is
bright and has lid legislative ex
perience and would fill any position
with credit to himself and his state.
He is a strong deh-ifer and can be of
mIuh Si'VicP on the floor. iIe will
be need"d there and ln' be of more
service thanl in ',' r" chair.
NOTICE TO WATEI AND LICHT
Owiir to the very lri.A expeida
tures for exteiisios It' ive water and
light systi-os as well as the station
equipment. in order to accommodate
the large 111nmnhie of clist.-Imers which
have bw.un toi t ake wIater and lights,
it has become ai almidite necessity
for tho Cominiissioiers to collect every
bill o,' whiatever niahiwe 1'rom everv
eustoner, whether clhui1rhe, lodge,
store, cr ilividual and every othei
customer wilatsoever between the fir't
and Tenth of e r .,.b
Therefore he it resolved.
That the sue: - 'ut is hereby
required to see tia. a hill for water,
lights. wviring:v., pipe work or any other
service reiidered by the Commission
ers shall be presented once between
the first and ientl of encl month, and
that, each and every eiistoiaer shall be
required toi make set lFneiit in full
Ietween lie tine stat-d and should
any e'llstomer wliomsoever fail to
make settltiaent 0hen siih service
shal bhe liSk'i t i it.d on ite1 1ornintg
of the 11th, w1hoult further notice.
A b;ll si:d be prsented either by
the collector ini peison <,r by mal
maizke paiymii'nt at Ithat time' 1thein lie
shall make paymvieiit in thle Office of
the C'ohmmi'ssioners between the first
Also: That in making,. contriacts for
wViir, pipe wvork, or anyv contrcacts
ot anyv kind the hill f'or said wo)rk
Rhall be set lled in full before any
lights or' wi.ter shall be used through
it. Thius proidesl.' hsowes.or, that in
wirng any house ini proces o coin
struetion11, that when all oIf thle wires
are placed readly for the reception of
the fixtures then one half of the con
tract price shaill lie p)aid upon01 presen
tationu of flhe lill anvd the balance to
be( paui,l when'i uhe jobi is comph-)l4ted anid
Wh len IIh-etr1i Fixtus arefj i oirdeired
for anyv cnstomer itheye shall he( paid
for sepairately on ori ibeftore thle teniithi
of thle mnthi foillDd owing. lie installing
AlIso: Thlat any siv i'meru who shuall
every' natunre due thle Commissioners
at p)resenit shaill lie ret tled in full he
fore D)ecember'i 1thi, next, either by
not to runii longer than 30O dahys, or the
serv'ice of enstomer owing such a bill
'hall be discontinuedi oin 11thl, Djee,
Also; That the Piipeinteindent is
allow his or her service to be discon
tiiiuied by~ rea'ison of non palymlenit of
dues0 aund shall at a ture diC(ate again
d (esir'e to become a ciusl nmer, a fee
of $1.00 shall be collected to cover
thue cost of turning off anJ on the ser
vice before such service shnll be re
":A'lso; That as regards monthly wat
hereby required to see that these
rules are carried out to thei letter, and
h"~that uinder no cironmstances shall any
exception be made for any one unless
by, an act of tihe Commissioners at an
Alsa; That as regards monthly wvat
er and lights aecounts
4' 'Also; That 2gi resolution shall -be
come effecoveo as oon. as published
DRY GOODS, .
We Give You
Now is the
Our Stock of Ladies'
A. C. AI
n i,Ilner's lip to Oct. 1st, shall
L patd in full before Dei. .1 l', aind
hat any regulation conflicting with i,
(hese rules is hereby annulled.
Done in regular meeting this 26th,
lay of October, 1906.
James McIntosh, Cith'mn1'n.
Chas. E. Sumniner,
Win. F. Ewart,
Commissioners of Public Works.
Newberry, S. C., Oct. 261 It, 190(1.
NOTICE TO ROAD OVERSEERS.
All Road Overseers are h-erel,y ,oti
'ied and required to vot, their roads
in condition and perfrom the labor
required by law, bcfore the first day
of December, 1906.
IIerein fail not, under penalty of
the law. J. Mlonroe Wieher,
Fred. H. Dominick, Supervisor.
Clerk and Attorney.
As a first aid to those wishing to
pronounce the names. of the niew
French cabinet officers, a persimmo-i
eaten green before breakfast should
Iw-ove highly beneficial.
It would be useless
great line of Fancy Fren
brace many makes and
brought to this town. ?
in 'decoration. The ent
Sugars to match, is daji
paratively inexpensive e
Our enormous dispi
Bowls, Fruit Dishes, W
Olive Dishes, Pickle Dic
used for many other Pu
! also have a very ks
in Berry Spoons, Salad.
Coffee Spoons, Tea Sp'
Forks, Knives and For4
of mirrors, at
4 IN 4
time to take a<
are Lower thai
'Coats, Jackets, a
3ed Tick at
iting , , .
ineJ, all wool
From private secrcthry to sec
Iry of tle United States Cortely4
The proclamation having been
aed we canl go ahead with o
'hanksgiving preparations. Wond
,hat would happen if that proclam
on were to hang fire one issue.
'OTICL OF FINAL SETTLEMEN
Notice is hereby given that we, t
erisigved, will make a final s<
emlent on the estate of L. L. Booz<
eceased, at Prosperity, S. C., k
'uesday, December 4th, 1906. 1
laims ti h)e handed in by tu, L'U.
Pierce F. Boozer, Jr.
Joseph E. Boozer,
Heirs At Law.
Texas red rust proof
let us sell you yours
~o attempt in the limi
ch, German, and Ja
decorations. 1 hav
ainty in outline, dain
re character of thAs,
~ty. A customer lool
:ift, will find just what
ay of Cut Glass inclut
&ter Sets, sugar and
hes, Vases and nume
.rge assortment of m
forks, Olive Forks, 0
>ons, Soup Spoons,
at I carry th
All this Week.
i the Lowest
nd Furs are Complete
13 c, yd
6 c. yd
8 1-3 yd
12 1-2 yd
16 c. yd
) CITY CAFE!I
Wu have opened a neat and up -to
s- date dining room or restaurant in Fra
ur nity Halff next door to the Southern
Express~ Ovie n psite the New
Ore berry Hardware Co. We expect to do
ain tIs line just what we have in the
theatrical business- ive Newberry the
best to be had in -'a city of it size and i
situation. To do this we ask the ear
T. nest co-operation and patronage of the
MMeals at All Hours,
diland special attention paid to ladies.
always on har.d for sale at reasonable
Everything in season possible to be
had, will be kept.
We carry a nice line of cigars. Call
to see us.
Earhardt & Wells.
ted space to describe our
panese China, they em
e the daintiest lirne ever
ty in conception, dainty
a Sets of Creamers and
<ing for a pretty and corn
they want in these goods
les rmany new shapes in
Creams, Bon Bon Dishes,
arous pieces that can be
edium piced silverware
yster Forks, After Dinne,
Boullon Spoons, dessert
a largest stock
Ask you to con
nice line of Dres
linery before p
will be sure to pIE
line of new be
styles. Bring the
you and have t
cap. Baby Ceps
Yes, ~w here best Tines <
hown i On thospernt e a
Post aondsle Atices
~- *~, Yous forl mokcre of
Oate Store of
ITY, S. C.
,ie and see the
3 Goods andl Mil
ease you. A nice
ts in the latest
small boys with
hem fitted in a
a Thi's,done, the
f Jewelry and Watches evre
all the novelties in this line,
S BIRGE CO.