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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
SUBJECT TO REMOVAl
BOT11 HOUSES UNANIMOUSLI
Stating Dispensary Directors Ar
Liable to Prosecution-Refer
red to Governor for Action.
The St'ate of Friday says:
In the senate last night H. B. Car
lisle, chairman of (lie judiciary com,
mittee, to which was referred the re
port of the special committee ap.
poinited to investigate the affairs of
the state dispensary, preseted the
followinig concurrent resolution
whili was adopted without a disseit
"lie it resolved by tihe selnate. tile
hoiste oI' Ielweselnttlive. coneurrinlg,
That inl mii opittion tle tiiectors of
the statv dispeIsary have violated the
Ilaw inill the purchiase o' liqlors anid
are iah- to Ieioval bY tht governor
and 1wsecution; that it he Ie'terred
to th l n, vern or I t ake such action
as he may deleem necessary and prop
er inl the, pteilists: and that a copy
of this resothi ill he Iranlslitted to
h)is excelleneY tht evernr, Iowith a
copy.N fithe til t limlly takenl by. the
Iei uslativecmittee on (lie tffairs
of the statt diselt-'In'y. to-tlie r with
theiri report thelrein.
T 'llmwinlu solnators compose the
eomiliittee wliih rIepolted (lie above
resolution: 11. 11. ('arlisle. chairman;
Le(liand (. Walker, T. M. Raysor, F.
P-. Me(oowan, tG. 11. 1ates, W. I-I.
Wells. .1. R. Earle. W. N. Graydon,
T. Yancey* Williams, Ifin-er Sinkler,
I. W. llaynN. . .1. C. Ott-, T. 1. Rog
lWtonley ti-mnl-al ILYm" was seenl
by a releseitative o' tht Statte im
m1edi1attv a'tfter tielt resolltit-1n was
adoptti by the senate aid asked l'or
ain expresin. " I t anre to
makii. :llY publie expuwtessionl.' said
Mr. ILym. "1intl 0it matter] is pla.
ed befie th 41eovernorm. anti he takes
stiom . .tin. I w wi't ijvet to talk
ing" at Ilhe proper limle.''
(verior AInsel was inf'mrmed of
the stnate's action at 11.30 o'clock
last niiht but w4miuld uke li state
It is Now Up to Ansel.
News anI Cm-tiert.
Coutbia, Februiary 1.-The senate
rles0ilution lacn in thle hands4h of thle
governior Ilit imatte (o Iemoviig tilc
dispelnsa ry board anid 1 of instfitutin"
prosecuitions was read in .the hone
tonight. Dr. Wyche said that lie,
as it state dispenlsillry suppor-ter, ei
dorsed the resolution. . tie thought
this was a hraud oil the state and
those responsible should be pulinished,
liad hie, i,or. onle, wanlted the I'raud
fully investi.attled anid puinisled.
There was no diseussionl oi tlic
r'eshtitn and it was agreed tI wit h
out. disset'it. The resol ut ion will nion
I,ii i t't.iv rlr Als l il d t
I )in iu, lie antrm'ii g thieire w~as ii
es wtnhll hold up the resoltint, fii
fea r tha ti h le sliggest ed r'emiovials an(1t
pro'istecutins iihlt he' used as ii
setpnat.tit. lThe ant i-dispiensairy lt'ad.
teis, howver'i. t.hgh miiy del,'a
iniht he l n'iijsniltlel'stootd ant1 t'e ireso,
distionis:i' n~iimonsity a dopted (
house ainy way.
The' senuatet has dleejlted tot iconsidl.
er' tdistpe'nsar le Itgisla ltin nex'st Tuiis
tiay. It was feltI tlint a tetst might lit
imadte today or' tii-moirrow on tin
Ca r'ty-Citr hi im ill, IIuht liy t'oiisena
er to Tu'esday~ ion te senat sitdeit. TFit
The cioncurtirenit iresihltiountiadopt.,
tonight by unanimous vote is iregar'd
ed as a mitrie intcitdemit. St rnet to say
the dispensary folks wtant to imak
it appear that the proposed remioval:
and prtoset!ions01 is ani (imeni oif good
Long ago it wafs siaid in this comres
pondence that thte dispensarlty advo
ptes wrer'e willing, aye eager, to sac
riic the board of control to save thi
siie dsear.Thant was fromuthk
outset alpprecae sth o hp
It failed in the house.
Ask Ansel to Show Oanmse.
h'Je State, 3rd.
~V o1 Ansel ha's not yet complie
S th0 vishes of the genetal assemt
ray )kbgaded in a resobittion request
r unh11 ho rehove from office the di
4'4 sof,:the, state dispensaty. Thi
~ion of jddsdiction and author
Ok'Aiee! is a: aafe lawyre1hiItself
e solicitor of the "flht.
I wi~tthe Slaw ~I
known what his inlitlation Is,
there sems to e o secretl a)bout t
attitude of Attorney Gen. Lyon, w!
believes that the evidence is suI
eient to justify Gov. Ansel in remo
inig the directors.
The question of jurisdiction w
raised by Mr. J. E. McDonald
Winnsboro, who appeared in beh
of Director Joe B. Wylie. At his en
nles, solicitation, Gov. Ansel grant
a hearing Tuesday at noon.
The adjournment of the legislatu
is not many days henee, and it
quite plrobable that the office will I
removed from the incumbents, wIetI
er or not the ineumbents are riiio
ed from ofilee.
The dispensary law with all of i
complexities anld raiifications
quite incomplete, indefinite and il
deeisive and there are many poin
which admit of double constructio
and a perversion of the intent of tI
Iw as well as other points which 4
neel defilnittly fix the responlsibilil
of olicals bevondl quibble.
it is on such technical points
tlese Ihat tle rig-ht of the govern1
to reiove is based. Of course thei
is nothin- much inl the position of d
rector itself, but the matter of r
moiral lor vause is a mat ter affee
di the homior ot the tdirectors and
is sipposed tihey do not wish to hav
heiir honor impeached. The positio
pays only A1P00t a year and to it. i
attached a great deal of work, worr
aid respoNibility, not to speak of ti
It is nlot stated that Mr. McDol
aid is dlele-ated as attorney for 1)
rector 1lack, but it is probable the
"ov. Anlsel will act upon all eas
siml n hitaneously. Mr. Mc)onal(d is til
attm-erney epIloye(Id by this hoir
whose report. aftei' investigatiol
ehrged tihe former ho.1ret witi son
of tie tings of which thIis boar
is accused by the general assembly 4
The resolution passed both brail
es 41f, tle general asseibly witiout
disesenitii vote, but tlie enl)rOsse
c was no lt plachled in Gov. Anlsel
laits utiil last iig-ht, 48 hours aft<
Ite n-:%0liition started in the seinat
Thee was delay tn tle lilnee.
HOUSE DOUBTS ITSELF.
Members Want to See Whether C
Not They Have Been Bought by
Wlien tile house convened Fridv
niiglt, says the Colnbia correspom
eit of rihe News and Courier, ti
Carson resolution was pending. M
Hiarley moved to trike out the enae
ing words of the resolution.
Mr. Carson's resolution, whi(
was introduced dui1ring the afternool
is as follows:
''le it. resolved by the house
representatives, the senate coneu
ring, 'hlat a committee of six be al
itMntedh, (three of whom shall be a
poninteid by thle house andle three by il
senate) to inilplirIe anmd rep)ort bae
lie names of all members ofl tI
houeise anid senate whoe are emuploy<
hy thle railh-eoads in this st ale in an
cnpacity their and thle' names ofa
mnembersi who use eor havye free t ran
Iport at ion for themniselvyes or t heir fmu
iliets, cithter ini paeniiCt of serlvices
othle rw ise. and t ha t thle sa id commii
proc'(e'ed forthler toe imake the inivest
tratin heeretiiredl.' '
\l I io~ larlev said thIiat when he wa
electedee to thle hou'ese lhe conisider'ed
an hionor, bu.lt lie tooeck t his resoluitic
toe inienicte tltQt to lee a inember wv
ai edishonore . lie had never spoeken
curry f'avotr withI his home peopl1e
ainy otherii sect ion. Il wciias not an a
terney for* aniy railr'oad and' (did i
hiave a pass, hut lie ohjec ted teo at
such restoluiitioen, whti ch seemed
tulestn e.eile honesty and integrity
thme miembilers. Tf the lawyers wl
irepreent't racilroads accept passes
oter areiest ioined. It is a erm
inal olffenice to aecept a pass while
logislator, and this resolution plae
the memb ers under suspicion of beil
,Mr. Verner said1 he tlisagreed wi
Mr'. Harley. If any one thinks ai
one has a pass the best' way is to fil
. it out. lie had been on the railwa'
committee for six. years and in th
time had vocted for only two railroi
h ills, but if any One thought he had
pass, he wainted them to find out t
Mr. Hiemphmill said ho occupied
peculiar position. Hie had in the pa
I represented the Southern railwa
- but. .hie belonged to the State of Sou
- Carolina antd not to the railroad, ai
-lhe had tried t.o be honest. This res
lution impugns the honesty,of eve:
member, Hie thought thme roll shou
be called and let every rman answ
whether he was guilty or not guilt
He didn't give a continental dam
so. fai' as lie was concerned, but)
#1acntempt for the little' ncned
t poops who think men i
lie brains than they have ha i lboht.
No li had never concealed h -j
ri- tion Nkith the Southern I i ut
v- he had been fair and honest kevory
as Mr. Carson$ the author of t 4 eso
of lution, asid he had no ill ling
if against any one in introduoJ4, the
r resolution. There was talk of, graft.
d On all sides you hear of graft in this
oeiee and that office. It is ,gainst
re the law for legislators to ridp on pas
is ses. lie had nothing to say against
>e any railrvad lawyer who received a
Ii- pass as part of his pay. He accorded
v- himt, honesty, but the man not em
ployed bf a railroad, whether law
Is yer, merchant or anything else, was
is not honest if he rode on a pass. He
it- had not expected the resolution to be
ts discussed. There was no use to 'dis
n. Cuss it.
te Mr. Nichols said: "M. Carson,
o have you any int-fornation on which
y 1 to base this resolution ?
Mr. t'arson: 'No, sir; I have been
Is thiliking about this for several years,
,r I want to see if all the graft is in the
state dispensary; that there is so
muchel talk, aboult.''
Mr. Nichols: "D on 't you think if
t any man is bouglit with a pass he
At Factory Prices.
s Write us at once for our special plan
of payments on a Piano or Organ
e If you buy either instrument through
us, you get a standard make, one
i, that will last a life-time. Write
R Malone Music House
COLUMBIA, S. C., ,
For Catalogues, Terms, Etc.
J. W. WHITE,
.11 a e ul ieo
C r Vae tine. as
my new car f gretin g f
fPost Card Albums lOc.
on All Thro
y Ticketsare now on Sal,
For Full Thformation as
o- .Qnsult Nearest Soistherc
GUOO. Allen F
Ast. Cn4 j; . Agent,
Feed and Sale Stab
:- AT -:
-:- OF -:
A. T. Brown on Caldwell S4
Brown & Co.
the contract for
your new build
ing see W. T. Liv
ingston. B e s t
Lock Box No. 59.,
Newberry, S. C
S. B. JONES'
IS THE PLACE TO GET
Good Things to Eat
ON SHORT NOTICE AND
AT MODERATE PRICES.
Oysters on Half SheR. Oysters any
Style.. Fish, Game, Steak, in fact
Everything that the market affords.
Patronage of Lad'cs Solicited.
Opposite Newberry Hotel Office and
Next Door to Pool Room.
LOOK FOR THE SIGN
S. B. JONES'
Domic, Lace and Post
have a very large as
Local View Post Cards.
ich. 'Don't fail to see
from Newberry, S. C.
to 60c. each.
n Sleeping Cars
hiedules on All
to all Winte'r Resorts.
tokates, Routes, Etc.,
R 1ai way Ticket Agent
O&pital. StOO -
Interest alloWed at rate,of
Special attention to'farn
small, none too large to enlist
to meet-and greet you. Call il
G. Y. Hunter, President.
J. F. Browne, Cashier.
N. L. Black. A. H. Ho
S. S. Birg.. J. S. Wh
S. P. Boo2er. G. Y. Ht
Capital stock paid in
Surplus . .
We do business on
We extend every
with safe and sound
Four per cent. paid
Commencing Monday, Dei
our annual fall clearing out s
when we put out an advertis
not a catchpenny and windy
strictly busirfess matter,' Ist.
trouble and expense of takinj
bargains to many people.' V
or one fourth off of the follov
All Clothing, Men's
Colored Winter Dress
all Ladies' Jackets, C
mere for Men's Pant:
dies' Hats and Fascir
Squares; all Trunks.
This sale positively goes ir
and will end any time we ma
early and get choice selectioi
of goods outside of our specih
we claim we cannot be beate
Sewing machines, guarantee
reliable Domestic Sewing M:
For Christmas presents de
Our 28th car, making 30
Flour, has arrived and going
Best Patent - -
Best Half Patent
Kill dried Meal.
Kill dried Grits.
Every barrel guaranteed.
may have to pay $6.00 for s:
vances. We are sellTng hur
No goods on probation or
Ofthe Condition of the Cornmercial 11
Loans and discounts,........$27o,uro
Demnand loans..............- ro,84i
Overdrafts secureth........... 2o,269
Due fromn,banka and bankers 124,576
chieck's and cash itents. 4,910
sTATEI O1f sOUTHJ cAROLINA,
COUJ'TY OF NRWflSRV.
Before ute cAme 3. Y, Meftal1, w)
state:nent Is ai truet condic no ai
$<(yorn to find estcibedt ef4re nu
RITYY, YS. C Y
- -- $25,000,00
4 per cent. on time deposits.
iero' accounts. No account too
gur best attention. It is a pleasure
J. S. Wheeler, Vice-President.
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, Attys.
wkins. P. B. Warner%
eeler. J. F. Browne
inter A. G.W e
Y SAVINGS BANK@
rry, S. C.
.. $ 50,000.00
on deposits in Savings
Fire Proof Vault.
J. E. NORWOOD,
.ember 17th, we will commence
ale. People have found out that
,ment it means something and is
scheme to fool the people, but is a
To clean out our stock, to save
g stock and 2nd. To give many
/e will positively give 25 per cent.
, Bys' and Youths'; all
Goods; all Lad ies';'Skirts;
apes and Furs; all Cassi
3; Men's Dress Shirts; La
ators; all- Rugs and Art
ito effect Monday, December 17th,
y choose to call it off, ~so come
is. We have an immense. stock
dl sale, and for bargains all around
~n. We have special drop he~ad
unlimited, for $17.93,. and new,
On't fall to see our selections.
00 barrels of choice Tennessee.
rapidly at following jirices:
- -. - - - 3.85
. . . .75 cents.
. .' . .$1.75 sack.
Better bu o,next spring you
ime flour. Buy before price ad
dreds, let us sell you.
zharged at these prices.
R ITY, S. C,
aink, Located at Newberry, s. c., at the close
Depernber 20, 1906.
89 ,Capital 3took aid in.---$ 50,000 00
8i Undivide, r ts,-less citrrent
o4 -expenes and taxes paid.... 43,36r 7
Dae.tbankcs and bankers.... 50832
91De unp aid dividends..... 727 00
oQ Iudvdal deposits subject to
1oheck . . ..3.....21,148 52'
53 &fivingp dleposits. ..... . -xxo, 48x
67 Trotal.........45 34 67
o being duly sworn, says that the fore*oz,
ik, as h*n by thte books ofi le ieI&
1 3. M W~~T~,cahier
e~ t1h 27~o De~~r1o