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ORM SCHOOL LADS CAUGHT
e of the Escaped Inmates of the
exington Reformatory -Captured
olumbia, April 15.-Of tie seven
who escaped from the State Re
tory farm, in Lexington Coun
st'Thursday night; only two are
at large.' Three of the boys
captured today at Ninety-Six,
ly, Bud Bowman, from Oharles
for arson; Bud1 West, from Laur
a, for carbreaking, andl Gary Re
ew, form Aiken, for housebreaking
nd larceny. These threo were tra
Velling together. Saan Tilley, sent up
from Laurens for housebreaking, is
being ,liefd at the Police Station in
Charleston, where lie was captured
Sunday. Clyde Davis was caught at
. Irmo, in Lexington County, the 'day
after the escape. The other two, Dal
Nelson and Ernest B. Collins, are
still at large. Circulars giving a des
cription of the boys were sent out
immediately after the escape. J. H.
To authorize and empower Henry L.
Pfarr, with his associates or assigns,
to build and operate an electric
railway in and adjacent to the
Town of Newberry, S. C.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE
MAYOR AND ALDERME N OF THE
Town of Newberry, S. C., in council
assembled, and by. authority of the
Section 1. That Henry L. Parr and
his associates and assigns be, and
they are hereby aubhorized and em
powered to construct, maintain and
operate, a street railway through, on
and along the streets and avenues in
said Town, except such niarrow
streets of the Town as may in the
judgment of the Town Council and
Henry L. Perr and his associates and
assigns, be unsafe or dangerous to
have cars run, are authorized and
empowered to operate the same by
electricity and necessary equipments,
including erection and building of
poles and wires in the streets.
Section 2. That thd said railway
shall be constructed with single or
double tracks as may be determined
upon by the said Henry L. Parr, his
associates and assigns, with all nec
essary and conveiiient ' turnouts,
switches and sidings; provided, the
tracks shall not be laid nor maintain
ed above or below the surface of the
streets and shall be constructed of
first class "T" rails in such manner
that carriages and other vehicles may
cross the same at all points freely
and easily without obstruction. All
proposed plans, courses, styles of
avails, and the manner of laying the
same, to be submitted to the Mayor
and Aldermen of the Town of New
berry, S. C., foir Il\iir applrovatl and
sanction, which shall be obtained be
fore said company proceeds to
break g'round or occupy any of the
highways of the town.
Section 3. That the rates for trans
~ortation of passengers and p)rop)ert.y
shall be fixed by the company operat
*~ing said street railway; Provided,
athe rate of fare for each passen
rl for one continuous ride in any
direction inside the Town 'limits
~ h l not excebd five (5) cents.
section 4. In ease of accident to
e e electrical equipment, animal or
o her motive power may be temn
porarily used. No freight cars shall
be operated through any of the,
streets of said Townu except between
the hours of 10 P. in., and 6 a. mn.,
unless special permission in writing
shall be granted therefor by the
Section 5. The space between the
tracks and eighteen (18) inches out
side of the rails shall be kept in
'god condition and repair, so as to eon
form to the balance of the highway
Supon which the road runs, and sat
isfactory to the Mayor and Town
onneil during the life of .this fran
hise; and in case the same shall not
e kept in a state of repair satisfae
ry to the said Mayor and Towvn
unecil the same may be repaired by
y towvn, and the expense of such re
rshall be chargearble to -the said
1'tion 6. The cars on said railwvay
1 he run as often as the public
erest demands, at intervals not
ceding 30 .minutes fr:om 6.00 a.
to 10.00 o'clock p. in.., and 'the
ed of said cars within the Town
ts shall not exceed fif'teen miles
etion 7. All cars while running
r dark shall be provided with
ble headlights. 'No car shall be
ed to stop upon the cross walks
front of any intersecting stroet
through necessity. Cars oper
tilepon ai -aia tracks shall
ited t. heright of wy/ and
iver of ainy vehicle obstructing
ama, shall turn out aind leave
ack free upon the approaeh of
r, so as not to obstruct 'the pas
f the same; and any driver or
person who upoit the call or
si,nia of the notornlan, conductor or
other )erson .#I charge of any car,,
shall neglect or refuse to vacate'said
tracks shall be subject to imprison-1
ment in the discretion of the Mayor
or Town Council, not exceeding thir
ty days or to a fine not less than
fifty dollars for each and every of
fense, to be collected as other fines
are. collected in the Town of Newber
ry. Providc l, that this section shall
not apply to the various fire appara
tus of the town which shall at all
times have the right of way of all
streets in case of fire.
Section S. The said Henry L. Parr,
his associates and assigns,, shall for
ever save harmless the tbwn of New
berry from and against any .and all
legal damages, judgments, decrees
and costs that may be rocovered
against the said Town by reason of
the privileges hereby granted, or by
reason of' any act or acts on ,their
part, under and by virtue of the pro
visions of this Ordinance.
Section 9. The right is hereby re
served to have water or sewer mains
laid as the publie may require; but
if it should be necessary at any time
to take up 1and remove any part of
said tracks for the purpose above 4
mentioned. then the same shall be
replaced as promptly as may be, and
ill as good condition its found, and'
at the expense of the party for
whose benefit they were removed
and before any such removal, the
railway shall be securely indemnified
against any loss or injury there from .
by the persons or corporations for
whose benefit such removal is made. y
When the streets are not, graded or
paved the track shall % laid so as n
to conform to the surface of the .
streets, but when such streets are
hereafter, from time to time paved F
or improved, the track shall conform
to the approved or adopted grade
Section 10. All policemen when on N
duty and in full uniform shall be al- f
lowed to ride oi any of the cars of
said railway free of cliage within ft
the Town limits. C
Section 11. That the said H. T.
Parr, his associates and assii-ns, shall
live the rielt and authority to lay,
construct. erect, maintain, and oper
rate pipes, poles. wire, and other
necessary appliances through, ovr,
and upon all the streets of the Town,ll
of Newberry for the purpose of con
veying electricity for light or power,
or both, for the use of said railway,
in the operation of its cars.
Se 'tion 12. The powers and privil
eges hereby granted shall not vest
so as to be binding as a contract be-:
tween the Town of Newberry and
the said Henry L. Parr, his associates
and assignis, until the said Henry L.
Parr, his associates and assit-ns,
shall'have executed a formal accept
11ce ill writing of tle provisions, ofl
this ordinance, which written accept
ance shall be filed within' 10 daysi
froml1 tihe ratifiention hereof with the M
Clerk of the Town Council of ohw
Towli of Newberry.
Setion 13. I is further providedh
hat work shall he begun in1 good
faith upon01 tihe construIction of said r
railway within tile town limits withu
in eighteen months of the (late of V
the ratification of this Ordinance and
three miles of said railwvay shall beU
completed and( inl operation wvithin r
two years of the date of tihe ratiflen
tion of this Ordinance unless5 restrain
ed by inlsup)erable obstacles, Provided, C
thlat said1 railway maliy be0 operated by
ailnmal ipowter for tile first six months
should thecre he ally unavoidable de- d
lays in procurement~ of electrical F
Section 14. The rights hiereini
g:ranted1 shall continue for the period
of forty years5 from tile date thlereof. .
Section 15. If at any time during 9
the term .of thlis franchise said rail
way shal 1not be operated, except
for unlavoidlalble accidents, strikes, or
by reason of judicial restrainits, thlen
the Town Council shall have tile right,
after 15 days notice, to declare this ~
franchise to be thlereupon null1 and(
Sectio,n 16. The Town Council r'e
serves to itself the righlt and power
to at all times to pa0ss such Ordinan- C
ces, rules0 and( regul ations concerning
said street railway within the incor..
porate limits of the Towvn and the L
opperationl of tIhe same, as may in its
judgment be necessary for the publie L
safety and convenience and in the F
exercise of thle police powers incident
to tile Town, not inconsistent withl~
the terms of thlis franchise.
Section 17. Nothing herein eon
tained shall be construed so as to de- 6
prive or divest the right of the May
or and Aldermen of the Town of i
NTewberry to grant the right to a'ny 2
throuh or trunk e1etii railway
tines to pass through the Town of P
Done and ratified in Council as
sembled on this tile 17th day of April,
1007, at Newberry, 8. 0.
A. T. Brown, (L,. S.)
Eug. 8. Werts
C. & T. T. C. N.
EARHARDT & WELLS,
Lessoes and Managers
4onday, April 22,
Villiams Comedy Co.
epertoire of Successiul Plays
ligh Class Vaudeville at
iice thr Fire
rt and Variety Store
as reestablished busi
ess on Main street,.
cross from the- Salter,
New goods coming in, we
ill soon have full variety o
,esh stock. We now havek
ill line of Victor Talking Ma-u
hines, Records, Needles, &c.i
You will save money and got a
better roof by using
Slate colored-contains no tar
ea sily laid-a roofing kit free.
Spark, water, gas, heat and cold
roof. Lasts lon and looks well.
Don't take an imitation.
Send for a free sample and book of build
ing piano for a 2 centstamp. investigate.
Card of Than~ks.
WAe take this oppor tu
iy Of oh. ing kto
iho rendered us their
nsel i - hand[& ighly ap
eciative a' ist ance in
rying to n" morfcve sorne
f the stock ir c'n ourj
'rt and Variety StordI
uring the fire of la s1
J. Z. SALTER. tl
t will pay you to stop ir
press Goods, Dry Good
rds, Men's Clothing,
add Pants, Shirts, Und
'ests, Hosiery, Trunks,
adies' Top Skirt', Shee
awn, Muslins,. P. K's,
percale, Suit Oases, WI
Vhite Flannel, Men's F
r $6.98, Rugs, Laces,
uit Lace, to arrive in fe
-om 5c. up, Men's Burr
5c. up to the 81.25 kin
T HE BE
E. L. BAIL
A lot of meadow hay, baled from
$16.00 to $25.00 per ton. Reduction
made on large lots at. the hay barn.
Thankin our friends and customers
for past favors, hoping for continu
[ance of sam1e, call on write.
Jeff T. Cromer, Mgr.
R. F. D. No. 5.
EGGS from prize winning Buff Ply
mouth Rock chickens for sale at j
$2.00 per setting of 15 by Frank
L. Feagle, Grep-411a. R. 2
teC Of the condition of the Newber
Savings bank, located at New'
S. C., at the close of busine
t 19th, 1907.
it a Resources.
Loans and Discounts ..$251,673
Demand Loans .. .. 9,393
md Overdrafts.... -... 5,791
Bonds and Stocks owned
tell by the bank -..-..... 4,550
rar Furnitre and fixtures . 1,900 1
A Due from banks and bank
ag- ers --........ 29,353
AI Currency ---........ 6,539 1
Silver, iokels and pennies 2,913 .
Checks and cash items .. 10,550
Capital stock paid in ..$ 50,000 4
Undivided Profits, less
current Expenses ana
taxes paid . ......... 29,777
Due to banks and bank
ers .... .......15,503 5
Du1:e unpaid dividends .. 301 2
Individual deposits sub
.Ject to cheek . ....... 217,511 5
Cashier's eceeks - - 81 6
Notes and lIlls redis
counted - - - * . .. .10,000 0(
COUNTY 0OF NEWBERIRY.
! Iefor~e me eane J. E. Norwood,
( ash1ier of Newberry Savings Bank
whoe, being duly sworn, says that the
above and foregoing statement is a
true condition of said bank, as shown
by the books of file in said bank.
J. E. Norwood,
Sworn to and subscribed before
me, (his 25th day of March, 1907.
W. C. Tyree, (L. S.)
N. P. for S. C.
eB. C. Matthews.
SJas. K. Gilder.
\y Jas. MceIntosh.
- THE BEE HIVE for
3, Notions, Shoes, Ox.
3oys' Clothing, Me n'sI
erwear. Hats, Ladies'
Ladies' Under Skirts,
ts, Pillow Cases, White
lite Quilts, Bed Ticking,
lats, Matting 40 yds.
big assortment of Baby ~
w days. Ladies' Vests I
amer Underwear from
d at $.00each.
E H IVE,A
f them all. r
ES & CO.
Mrs- S. i
nvites you to come anc
)ress Goods before pi
ust opened up a comp14
ilks. Wash Chiffons, Li
The newest des
Ndy and beai
In fact we
i .you want a Hat
A- to you.
of you want the best r
Jit the best goods in t
bry large stock of Base
Gloves at 25c. to $3.0
Mitts at 25c. to $6.0
Mask 25c. to $4.04
Shoes $2.50 to $
~. stop short at The I
~reat interest to Base B
Remember my stock <
STILL IN H
1 have rented,. 1
tables of Mr. G.
Triend street i
lepot where I a
serve my friends
n the livery, feec
J. G. BF
K' I V AUA
y Mau 1st.
see our nice line of
Archasing. We have
3te line of Nets, Voiles,
nen Lawn and Persian
igns in Eolinne, Don
have everything that
Notions and Millinery.
to see us about the
of style you know we
esullts from your men
heir hands. I have a
best made, 5c. to $1.25.
C. to $1.00,
3ook Store will be of
>f Post Cards is corn
M. B. Epting, in
Lm prepared to
I and sale busi