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$. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
Werrv. S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Friday, March 1, 1907.
It is getting time for city counc
to order tihe election as provided 1)
act of the legislaure in regard to d
volving the duties of' coliissione
of public works on City counicil. It
underst tood this will be done at t1
next meeting of council. At the san
time i tle election should be held <
the proposition to aimend tle chart
increasing the number of' alderit
from each ward 1111d also Imaking th
term of mayor two years.
It will be up to tile people to si
whether they wail to (han1 h1.'eile m1in
agemneit of i the witler Works and (!Ic
'tric plants or nol.11 If hey want i
make any change they can1 say so an
if they do not they e'n say so an
this should be the en1d off the agiti
The editor of te iAnderson a)il
Mail conthilues to ."rilumble and rgro
about tle iledlle onl tle 01ohunb
and Greenville railroad.
In i recent issue tie Mail says:
Thev truth of, thev 111M.e is thalth
people of' the (owns along (Ile Colun
bin and (Irl-venvillp road are not sati
fled with (te preseit schedules. Tli
News would know this as well as anl
body else if' it fried (4) keep ill (iu'
with (lie svielilment of, the people. 'Th
ol s'ledile was chlialn-ed withot
conlsuilt ing the people, and i f (h
railr-oad olliciais hiave any respect. fo
the wishes of' the people tie ol
schedilie will be restored.
If' fthe vdior- oI, (the Mail wol
come over on the inain filne, le woiilI
flind outf that ithe vonltrary of' whall 11
states is truie, viz.,1fit the people Wi
are minilv voleed with lie sehe<
Iles, are entir-ely satislied with il1
prenvit arrangem.vilent. Inl I'ace, w
have not heard a siingle complaint.
The (1reeniville News very tru
"Were Ilhere dlissa(isf'action at (i
nesvilt slledulie on the ('. & (;. 0li
llewspaller wouild he I'mind vinlistv,
iln at 11,4111 to bring ab. u a e11 ban'<
tl dhe presentl ser-vive is sivit-su
('Aliliellt satist actionl to all thie towi
Ioioted alnhg (e lii 'rIoli (ireel
vilIe to ( 0hinhilia fin0tat there is 11
ground114 Ifor complaint oni ouri pm-t. I
Ih- scelulille of pass('n--vir 11railis II
Ileilp 1vRid-e road is n1of salisi's
inl thi deniid of, iS (atrons hi
thal t inlvoh- s a1 h110e <v w (1111"lionl :til
Shoul bv ( 'm.hdil oul ill I difflirl
fili 'l-otil 1rai Mha e h mIr milers
c e i li rl'.1-Y 111 I iyli n. (i witill
be pr-le ostveri s 41', io i'(e 4.1I:It,l'-,vd ti
C. & (L. Schedilles, whivih are vintirl-c.
1onfor t o tose ofthe li le ' oi ia a ii( 1idt'
vilIle div'ision,. t hey will make' ii
('hangeL( in 1 the 'pre-('lt urnmgemenlll'I
a lit(te prote(st wheni (t'el chnge wn'
first sougestetd, arie niow entlire(ly sathi
tIed a114 nd mre'Ilii than deligted withI thl
We~t wouIild be( gladl to4 hav'e (te ed
(lie dayls with Inls, and1 we aire sat islite
I lit we canii coninclie himi that t i
peop14e ofl Ne(wberryi, as we'll as a
lie people41( btween1 ('4 Columia an
(G'etenville, arie enftrly' sat iNtledi.
DEPARTMENT OF SOUTH OAR(
Georgia hats stgested( fte esl ablish
mnti in thle ills ltition1 (of at chi <
Geoi'gia histoi'y andi sociological pl4
Gleor'gianis hiave ('ontribuited1 vohun
tai'y suibscirip(tions1 to suippoirt t his d
pai'tment tint il suich fiti as (lie le~
islatur'e nmay permanently provI~ide f
This is a step in the i'ighit dlirect io
and we should like v'ery much to s(
such a chiri established in the Un
v'ersity of South Cau'olina to
knowii as thle chaiir of Souith1 Car,
linnt hiisftoy and1( sociologial prol(
lems. Thei'e enn be iio dotubt that v
have too long neglected the sftudy <
our own history, a.nd uiitil a f'e
years ago very little attention wi
paid .to it in our commiionii school
vo tpresent it is not given flu
attention which it should l'iave.
C 'he .Souuth "Carolina Univet'sit
eiwver, hart been fortunate ini thi
ohf. Means -Davis, Svho held ti
oair of history in this iDstitutioi
was enithitisiastie in the teachling<
* ur own history and it ii a1go fo
,tnnato in that his suoOoce ,' @ro
Yates Snowden, is also very nmclh inl
earnest. and very enthusiastic in re
gard to the history of South Caro
Gov. Ansel's conistruetion of the
local option law is that it repeals the
=act crea.finitlhe ftateconstalmlary,and
therefore, he has dismissed the state
. The attorney general construes the
i law inl tile Sallie way. The governor
y has, therefore, called ulponl tle sher
its in, tihe various couinties (o enrorce
(he lw against fle sale of whiskey
is and also ulponl their deputies, m1agis
rates,ua police, Constables and
Stle city an(] lowl ollicials.
If these ollieers Shoild fail, under
SeHcion :38 ol Ihe locil option bill, tle
go0verll nOr is 11tihorized to appoint
e silIh deputie(s, constables and detee
tives is may.1 * N. be nevessary.
Mr. Cothanr1ii, olie of1 Ilie autlhors of
Stle local optii,11i act, gaive ot a state
meit a few days ago 1lha it was his
0 opinlion that the law providing for
state constables had not been repeal
ed, Iut even if it has not, the provis
ion for their pay is repealed, because
there is n1o State dispelsary from
from which they can be paid.
1 aIst Fridi was Washingonl's
hiriday. Oi the 22d of IPebruary,
1856, this editm weiit fron Laurens
e to Newberry, where lie was employ
ed (o help print (le Newberry HIis
in.- su for crosson & Sii(der. Tios.
P. Slider long- ago pa-ssed over (le
Sliver. Col. James M. Crosson moved
t o Texas, and was,; for a termil of yearis
honored Judge in Ihat state. His
young heart still beats in) his old
body. H1is writin.-s for. (lie NewberrV
r lierald would have us to believe tihat
lie is still ceriul and as happy as a
manii 1Volid be at eighty, whose good
wife had gole (o tile Spirit world.
The above is from (lie Atbbeville
e 'ress anld a111nner. Like (lie editor
of (lie ress and Banner, we enjoy
very 111uch1 the articles, whihel have
beeI written bv 11d.e Crosson, of
Texas. anid w( Wtid he deli-ted to
have him write its ain. We also
woIld be glad to have the editor of
the Press and Hantier visit Newherry
oine again. so that he might see what
1i0'ogress 11141 what in provemlieit s
hIe beenl made during (lie tifty years
ale lie came to Newberry as a boy
to help print t(e l iiiing Stn.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
S''AE'I o SOUTf CAIOLINA,
C ENEl'CUT[tVN DEP~lARTM~ENTr.
11 T1o Ilie C(ndissioners of Election for
- the Comitv o. Newherry:
I I ilEIEAS a vaeaney exists in the
I office of .Judge of Probate (or lthe
I Coun oi Newb 1erry caused by the
e datlh of J. (C. \\ilsi, who was eleet
I ed at (he (eiieral Election inl 1906:
\\'llEl .\S (the texpired term is
[ lor a loiler period thaln one year,
' and1( enni only be filled byv election:
N( NW Ti l E l"OR E, you are here
I by reqired to-or(der~ ant elect ion for
I .Judge of P'robat e for Newherry Coun
ty, to serve thie remaindr of the term
e for which J. C. Wilson was elected:
- Thle po0lls to be opeined the First
Tuesday in March, the 5th, A. D.
. 17, anid (lhe election11 to be conduct
e Cd accordiing to the laws regulating
s the General Elect ions.
IN TlESTPIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereto set my hand and( caused
thie Great. Seal of the State to
-(Seal) lhe aflixed at Columbia this (lie
29th (lay of January,' A. D.
dl 1907, and in the One Hiundied
1 and( 'Thlirty-first year of the In
e - depLeece of t.he United Stat
Il es of Amerieq.
d M. F. Ansel,
By1 thle Giovernior:
- l. MI. McCow,
Secretary of State.
STATIE 0.F SOUTH CAROLINA,
CCOUNTY OF NEWBERIRY.
- Pursuaint to (lie foregoing Procla
-mat(ion, an elect ion will b)e held in the
ii Counit.y oif Newberry for Judge' >f
i- Probate oii Tuesday, Marth 5th, 1907,
~the elect ion to be conducted accord
-iing to (lie laws regulating general
r' elect ions. Full instructions and
names of' Managers to hold said elec
1tioni wtill be published Tuesday, Febi.
e 26th, 1907.
The(~~ following managers have been
applolinted1 ti condueIt said electioi:
Newtberry.-T.hos. F. Tarrant, Alex.
SSingleton, IH. L'. Speers.
Newberry' Cotton Mills--J. A. Senn
.vF L. Rollelsper'ger, J. B. Senn.
Mollohon--M. M. Mills, J. .Rv
ers, IL TI. Timmierman. .R.i
Glymphville--C. L~. Leit.zsey, J. H.
Snait h, J. I'. Ringer.
Hlelea--F. 0. Spearman, B. E.
SJulien, B. F. Goggans.
Maybinton-=-W. B. Whitney, B. H.
eAughtry, D. P. Dobbins.
Cromers--C, M. Folk, T. E. Chand
ler, J. J. Abrams.
Jalapa-W. L. Waters, js. Mayer,
S. M. Duncan.
Longshores-J. A, Shrgder, J. W.
Wilson, W. E. Rowland.
Williams-S. G. Carter, 3. W. San
ders, J. S. Werts.
Utopia-E. L. Hayes, J. U. Pay
singer, J. W. Alewine.'
Prosperity-B. T. Young, M. H.
Boozer, Geo. B. Cook.
Hendrix Mill-J. B. Dominick, Pat
B. Wise, flco. B. Hunte'i..
Jolly Street-B. B. Rikard, M. N.
Werts, E. T. Werts. -
Central-J. A. Counts, J. L. Stock
man, J. W. Seybt.
Poniaria-H. F. Counts, G. B. Aull,
C. 11. Counts.
Walton-A. 0. Crooks, J. D.
Crooks, W. B. Graham. I
St. Philips--J. H. Maybin, W. T..
Diekert, G. L. Sense.
Little Mointain--J. N. Feagle, H.
P. llufYman, J. K. Derrick.
Union-M. L. Strauss, C. L. Wil
soin, W. F. Enlow.
Mt. Bet-hel-W. T. Price, J. M.
Brown, MN. R. Brooks.
Garmany-B. B. Leitzsey, Gco. S.
Ruf, S. G. Brown.
Sligh1s-E. E. Sligh, J. W. Long, 0.
The polls wiil opeln at the vot'iig
places designated at 7 o'clock in the
forenoon and close at 4 o'clock of the
afternoon of the day of election, and
the managers shall administer to each
I)ersol offering'. to vote anl oath that
lie is qualified to vote at this election,
according to the constitution of this
state, aid that he has not voted dur
ing this eletion.
The managers herein appointed
may obtain the boxes and tickets at
the ollice of the chairman on law
r1ange ont and after the first day of
Fred. H. Dominick,
TOWN AND TOWNSHIP ASSES
The following persons have been
EARHARDT & WELLS, LI
A. S. W]
Play, Lyrics and Music by Ai
Cast includes Kathryn B. Rob
Greene, Arthur Carlton, B
of Pretty Girls Ek<
Carload of Scenery ai
Seats on sale at New
Put the right C
gun if you wat t
if you want the Ib
bon and Carbon
Paper is what yo
But if you mi!st
cheaper I have t
appointed to serve as town and town.
ship a.,sessors for 1907:.
No. 1, Town-i :Otto- Klettner, Jag
A. Burton, Sam B. Jones.
No. 1, County-G. MeD. Sligh,: B
E. Julien, M. B. Caldwell.
No. 2-Dr. W. 0. Biowyn, Chas. S
Suber, J. 1). Nancev.
No. 3-J. H. Smith, B. H. -Maybin,
J. . Hinger.
No. 4, Town-David Duncaii, P. B
Odell, 11. V. Taylor.
No. 4, County-C.- H. Shannon,
Zach H1. Saber, T. B. Carlisle.
No. 5-T. Hayne Chalmers, C. W.
Buford, E. P. Matthews. .
No. (--I. Me. Snith, Geo. P. Booz
er, N. P. Abranis.
No. 7-Pre6s N. Boozer, H. B.
Lindsay, R. S. Boazman.
No. 8-W. H. Long, G. T. Blair, H.
No. 9, Town-A. H. Hawkins, A.
M. Lester, W.. T. Gihson.
No. 9, County-R. T. C. Hunter, W.
P. Pugh, J. W. Hartman.
No. 10-Jno. ). Sheely, L. Q. Fel
lers, D. B. Cook.
No: 11--Perry Halfacre, John A,
(1.rah1am1, Gco. B. Aull.
The above nafKed town and town
ship assessols. will met at-the audi
Factory for Sai6,
ONE THAT YQU CAN BUY.
The Victor Talking Machine is
a regular SUNSHINE FACTORY.
There are no dull days when
you have aVictor in your home.
Come and hear a few songs by
the great opera stars repro
duced by the Victor. You will
think you hear the singers'
living voices. We sell Victors
on the easy payment plan.
Salter's Art and Variety Store
SSEES AND MANAGERS.
rks But Father
nerica's Youngest Composer
erts, Glare Atkinson, Harrisor
ert O'Rourke, and a bevy
id Mechanical [ffects.
berry Hardware Co.-.
~artridge in your
o shoot well, and
est results fromr
use the best Rib
Paper. Carter' s
>on and Carborn
tor's office,Saturday the 9th of March,
to take the oath of ,offce and trqns
act other busihess in regard to the
assessment of property for the year
W. W. Cromer,
Smiles -cost less than electric lights,
and they .make the home brighter.
If a man thinks, he can outwit a
widow he is entitled to another think.
And the man who does no harm in
the world does but little good.
No, Alonzo, iYusicians. do not go to
a toy store for their -playthings.
Capital $50,000 D.eposits $
of people having
is rapidly growin
bank deposits of
ry, S. C.,. shares- ii
p)Ie are comning cv
alceount there. 11
begunt to save,d>et
y'ou aire able. If
'on't have to stir
The Commercial Bal
Interest Paid in our
"The Bank iox
Jno. M. Kinard, Pres, J.Y. McFal
NOINB SOHOOL TRUSTEES.
The. trustees of the .various School
Districts "vho intend to prepare a list
Of ithe polls pnd dogs in their distrieb
foi 1907 will please do so.at once
and hand same to sorie member of the
boaid of assess"rs from their town
shiPy, betiveen the- 5th and 19th of
March, as the boards will be in ses
. If pdssible' the -School Trustees or
their clerk should , meet with the
board of assessors and see that each
poll Tid dog is properly entered. I
think by this method we .can avoid
erroneous entries -and increase the
school fund in each district.
W. W. Cromer.
Auditor Newberry County.
361,637, Surplus $43,361.72
~. Every year the
the country show a
Bank, of Newber
this increase. Peo
ry day to start an
you have not yet
Ler begin now while
you save now, you
t yourself in futur e
1k, of Newberry ,S.C
. Cashier, 0. B. Mayer, Vice-Pres
'KATE9 AND OIL. COU,
on, 8S. C.
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