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-R3. H. AULL. EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
erry. S. C., as and class matter.
Friday, February 22, 1907.
The governor has made good ap
pointments inl the men naied to wind
up the affairs of the state dispensary
and is fortunate in getting these gen
tlemen to consent to serve.
There are many things for the civic
le9gue to do in Newberry and tlhe
ladies who are organizing it should
have the symipadhy and cooperation
of all our11 people.
IHow about tirnin thie old cotl
house over to the town and making
of it at public librar.yl It is conivenl
ieitly located and tile I ildinir.g is too
good to be torn down. An enclosure
could b e made iall around it and a
beautiful park could be made with
the public liblra'y in tle ceitre and
the court roomii upstailrs colid be used
as a place of meetin. It is ideal for
We notice in the Greenville News
an interview with IMon. T. P. Coth
ran, one of (lie authors of the local
option bill receitly enlacted by the
legislature. Ile gives a brief sylop
sis of tile main provisions of the law.
Tle realers of The Herald and News
will (fid Ile ]aw in f1ullI in this issue
of the pape 'i. The last paraIraph of
Mr. Cothlran's interview is tihe one to
which we desire to refer in this Con-.
neetion. It ieads as follows: "r'The
elforceuent of, tile law is left to the
g.ove Inor'. 11 the eounlties an1d city
ant horities fail, Imiy const1u11ction of
the law is that the constabulary sys
tem piovided by he act of 1905 has
not been intiferf'eied with. I should
hate veiy much to see it disturbed, as
I do not think the law en be effee
tively enforced without having a
force especially ch1ariged with its en
The aet ceai ti.o. he ollee of chief
state conistahble anld pr-oviding for tle
a111n1a.em'PlUenf of the state conlstabullary
was passed in 1903, 1141 wI agr1,11ee
witi '. C4"thran that we dlo lot
thinik ihal h lI-al oplimn hill, which
,;Is pa-ssed ot the r'ewent sessionl of
ilhe le-ishlin'. r,epenit-d thaot all, hill
th1M l 1t alst savs lhat ''(leir. sailar-y
andexpnse as herevin provmided to
lh' pail fro 1 li the displns.1ar ,y 1iuill( ill
Ile salme Iullinei s It le sali y o' Ihe
sInhe e1ili.li-i ller. it'e bei I i ,l
lh *und1 as he . <h'srihe<l. wve (14
not se h w iue I -sIhtlvable, are to
bc pId al;s Ihen- i . 1- n proviso I for1,1
ther ay in lu lca op l't'ion h ill of
lulhe recent huaiu i'xuidnoprosi
I 4- i-111 I liitIe l il il ie 1 1114 1r h i t o l nI
it I' 1 I v--'u, 111d I I i 1114 [ iht 111ti4'
'i' l (' s 11 1h illl I i tai Il 41111H'lse'
t'mi er th e ('enusof 11Sthellri lawis
in iho1 count 44 lie whical i i 1 a lr i'ly
i'n'-halfi ofoloewil s: lve ana
ee 3Mt sthe lshial 1111 Itie ','ttylo
l et t li sicniellTs lit t i 'le w4li ila ,
( 'i 114 tow 4thee clinl-. \i (1 I wni'4' I
li'4fer.41s i this It .It' the tois
othe ~4'''41 14vrno'll have(' a lie st to'
sendf c'1 InIs itls ali e I<i c a them alie
ofti's slepcid t. i(lepotsi'
Ionsie ble thatSii'e thir ('erv ices w~lri not
hey medday tlie and weouho
then thatii' he'onstr us thn law as
Iablishing th'tt ontb lr
ailonIii wth sthe Iltatei disps, '4 a.
ineasen38o the i (flcal mpen I lawld
"iSited 3he. itt hall shal pbe themt
*(ioft'le fheris asng thir(1i deuis
magSIitae, osale,rrl oie
ci tyaed ion Theieial ndoc e
of thesdavrno te senatre amesamet
toH the loca oetion builtile whic up
point snehetegcostable, and
detats anslct may be holdsry ihe
this nydurxpnse yfseh 1007
ees 'bee paidoutiof the proityo
Alistaed, alo -r yoea4M
The saime mana'ge, 4t 'I a
primary on Februp3 ai00
hereby appointed to the ele
tion to be held on 0, 190
The executive eongij will me
at Newberry Court HNis n Thpr
day, February 28, 1907/ to tabula
the votes and declare th 4sult of ti
second primary hereby -.or4ired.
F. H. Wininck,
NOTIOE OF ELEOTION.
Notice is hereby given that ti
Town Council of Newberry, S. C
will hold an election on .Wednes,a
March 6th, 1907, at 8 oielock P. l
for the purpose of electing onle p
licemanl, at a salary of $40.00 p<
month. Application must be in han(
writing of -applicant, and filed wit
the clerk of the Town Council by
o'clock on the evening of-Ma'rch 0t
For further informatio',n"apply
the clerk and treasurer.
A. T. Brown; Mayor.
ug. S. Werts,
Delinquent City TW.
Notice is hereby given that excel
tions will he turned over t'o the sher
iff of Newherry County, kMarch ls
1907, against all persons vho hav
not paid their city tax for the yea
1906. After March 1st., 1997, all set
When looking for brand ne%
and Oxfords, remember THE
the latest shapes and leathers,
5 - d
deartmens a wull line pleashc
Men hianyots gnoting fson,
$3.50cas $4.000 We $6.00.
EARHARDT & WELLS,
Aull objected to this amendment oi
the ground that when we voted on the
question in 1905 under the Brice law
the understanding was, and that law
provided, that there should be no
election within four years. The orig.
inal local option bill in the recent
legislature 'provided for an election
in the counties which had voted the
dispensary out, to be held in 1908. If
an election. was to be held before
1909, it seems to us that it is just as
'well, if not better, to have that elec
tion in 1907, so that the only ques
tion to be decided will be the ques
tion between prohibition and county
dispensary, and will be entirely di
vorced from the personality of the
candidates, who may be seeking posi
0i1. In otIIer words, we can come
Ilerer .e.ttin th (lie sentiment of the
people oI this (JuO<tioA, whenl it is the
only' issue tihan we can if it, were
mixed up witi the selection of the
candidates, and if the election is held
thlis year, tilen we (anl have no other
elect iont until 1911.
ihe board appoiinted by Gov. Aneel
to w%inid up iithe affairs of the dispen
sary IeId their first meeting in Co
lumbia on Wedie1day and organizd
by IIhe electionl of W. .1. Murray as
clairma.i. They hiave a big it runder
taking before them bt t1hey are all
..ood Isiless mlen a11lid will go at tile
work in a iuisiness like manner.
Notice is hereby given that I will
make a settlement of the personal
estate of W. C. Switteiberg, decens
Vd. inl the Probate Court for Newber
ry County, on tlie 23rd day of Mareh,
1907, at t0 W'clock ill tile forenoon,
and that I will immediately ieraf
ter a))ly for my final diselarge.
Creditors of the estate are notifled
to render their elaims duly attested,
to me or to Johnstone and Cromer, on
or before that date.
M. K. Swittenberg,
February 20, 1907.
TAT llOF' SOUTH1 CAlOLINA,
To the Commis,ioiers of I-lection for
Ihe ( ouity of Newherry:
WI l'l l'A a vacalcY exists inl tile
oflite. of 11ud.e of, Probate tor the
Coulnt y 4)f NewherrnY. calusel by the
dvati (0, .1. C. Wilson, who was elet
ed a1 lle I'vieneral I,lectioInl inl 1906: 1
Will.,10l'1AS lhe Imnexp)ired 10erm1 IS,
for11 a l1o1N-er peril)d 0.1u1 onle y ear,
and n(-l (ilv he filled Iv election:
No\W TllI:l"OltI', you aire Where
)y, rvqiriied I() order ;an electioni f'or
. fit ' lhrobate for Newerr . Cim
IY, t) -vrvp the( n,0nn.11imir1 (f thle ferml
frwhlieh .1. C. Wiklso wa.s elce:
Twllv 1,44 to, be( (qpe'lled lie First
Tu'ldlIav in Mareli, the 5th. A. 1).
I 1917. mal tIhe eleetionI to4 be (Monduiet
IN TI:SIIONY WIlII2HOF), I have
hlet c' et my haid and111 (I caused
11he'G(eat Seal 0f the State to
(8'alII he allixed at ('ohnnbuia this 1the
29th day ofi~ 4). Ilannar'y, A. I).
1907, and14 in tihe Onie Ilundred
and4ljlhirty-tirst y'ear (of the4 in..
de(pendenl4'4ce of1 the4 1nit ed Stat
M1. F". An-el,
l it. 311'(. Alei'owu ,
SecretIary' of1 Slate.
STATI' OF S0('HI ('AlIILINA,
P~ursiianit to4 thle fore)ing4i lProcla
nion, aii elec '4t in will be bel in the
'liunty of1 Newberry' for .Judge of
Pri' oate oin Tuesday13, Mart h 5thI, 19)07,
111( e'lection1 to( be conducllted'( a1con1
ing. to thle hInws reuil at in1 general
11i4n will lbe published Tuesday, Feb.
Chirman) EiJlect ion (Conmmissioner.
1D4on't Sorget to pay13 your licenise.
Timei for' payment expires Febriuary
2MthI, 19)07. After t'hat time a penialty
of1 Ien per' cenit. will be add14ed "to all
de linqtsIi'i . See that1 your11 licenise is
paid b4 lefoire the penal ty~ is addedC4.
A. TI. Brown, Mayor.
IEug. S. Werts,
Cler'k and reasurier'.
NOTIdE OF PRIMARY ELEOTION
None of the c'anlldites having re-.
ec'ivedl a majority of v'otos east in thei
prIiimary'election41 held onl Tutesday,
February 19, in the initnation,' for
Pr'obate .Jud4ge, a second prirnary is
hereby ordered( to be held on Tuies
dlay, February 26, 1907, betweers 1
M. Schiumpert and S. S. CunnnI gani
these two having 'eceived th. ' s
unber,of -votes in the ext'
1'e tlemento niipt be Made to'th4 eheriff.
'e Uy deder of Towo Qbuncil,
A. T; Brown, 1yo
7.! Eug. F3. Werts,
)t City Qeik
eWE OAXMY'A FUmz.INNm of .fancy
e groceries. Fants' Groc4ry.
- Wood's Seeds
We have thousands of bushels
II In stock, selected from the best
6 Orops grown in this country; all
the best and aost produoti
Burt, or 90-Day,
Red Rust Proof,
White and Black Spring, Vir
ginia !g:ay -Winter, etc. Write
WOOD'S NEW SEED BOOK for 1907
tells all about Seed Oats and all
free on request.
lT.W.Wooi & Sons, Sesdsnien,
S RICHMOND, . VA.
, stylish and up-to-date Shoes
BEE H IVE. . You will find all
nd at prices that defy competition.
-We sell and
ter Br own's
0 Blue RIbbon
Shoes and Ox
. fords, for Boys
syi and Girls. We
4jpositively w il l
give a.new pair
E Hfyou donot find
them to viear as
u,athem. Just re
ceived 1000 prs.
SMisses' low cuts
fand pumps for
street and eve
oning vear in lat
est ahapes and
* toes. Pr ice s
i range from$1 25
8 to $3.50. We
e Go 's :wnoes and Oxfords for
ld in the Shoe line more stylish
for the money you pay for them
e in price at $2.00, $2.50 $3 00,
gents for the celebrated T. 0.
Rs for the swell trade of the city.
~rge of the Shoes and Clothing
e in showing t'his line of Shoes
a who wear high grade Shoes.
E H IVE,'
bore in Town.
Ick if You Want.
LESSEES AND MAN'AGERS.
AY FEB. 23
Come Often '.
:ived about 50
rs published by
house is 0. K.,
ish the best.
it lie had to pay
nce his time men
.s safer to pay by
n any portion of
account with it
r bills more safe
Sis risky and out
cof Newberry ,$.CI
Jashier, 0. B. Mayer, Vice- Pres
ATE AN OI
L &I SIM
I have just rec4
f the latest Song
hewell known pu
Anything by that
as they only publ
Capitaa $50,000.00 S1
the British army, bi
his bills in cash. Si
have learned, Vhat it i
checks are honoredi
the globe. Open .an
and you can pay you
ly, conveniently and
moneylC a'ny ot.her w~a:
* of (late.
Fhe Commercial Dani
.Interest Paid in our S
"The Bank for Y
Jno. M. Kinard, l'res, ,T.Y. McFall, (