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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Friday, February 19, 1909.
HOUSE PASSES THE
(Continued from page one.)
After the prohibiton bills had been
passed there was a general and pro
miscuous rush to get various bills
through. In the first rush Mr. Cotih
ran had passed to third reading the
bill which undertakes the remedy the
laws so as ito provide for a collection
of a license fee on foreign insurance
companies. The bill provides a plan
whereby the State may collect back
taxes from insurance companies.
The ihouse passed two little local
bills and while Mr. Doar-was discuss
ing his bill looking to an investigation
of the marsh lands an adjournment
was ordered until tomorrow at noon.
Text of the Bill.
This is ithe famous bill 85-the first
of the series of Sfate-wide prohibi
'tion bills, and which was taken up
under the truce agreed upon today:
Section 1. That immediately upon
he approval of this Act the several
county dispensary boards are hereby
prohibited from the p0rchasing of
any more liquors, beverages or sup
plies f1r heir re-pective dispensaries,
and they are herebY directed to close
out. the stocks of liquors and bever
ages that mv be then in stock in due
course of business. undt r t he re<.mia
tions and laws now in fo-ree, until the
first day of July. 1909, unless such
stock of the respective dispensaries
shall be disposed of before ithat date,
as above provided, in whiih event all
dispensaries having disposed of the
stocks of liquors. beverages and fix
tures shall be closed: and in case any
dispensary shall not dispose of its
stocks on or before the first day of
July, 1909, such dispensary or dispen
saries shall be closed on said first
day of July. and the stocks disposed
of as hereinfater provided.
Section 2. That all liquors, bever
ages and fixtures not disposed of as
provided in Seetion 1 of this Act shall
be inventoried by the county dispen
sary board, and sold for cash by the
county dispensary board of the -res
poetive counties to the highest bidder
for cash: Provided, further, ,that 'all
payments shall be made in gold and
silver, coin of the United States, in
United States currency ,or in nation
al bank notes, after due advertisement
in two daily newspaper~s of this
State, and two trade papers publish
ed outside of this State: Provided.
tha.t any county dispensary boards
advertisingz for bids sihall have the
r'ight of refusing any and all bids, and
to advertis" for new bids: Provided,.
that all s..eh bids shall be filed in
* triplicate-one bid wiith the county
dispensary board, one bid with the
county auditor, and one bid with the
clerk of court, which bids shall be
open to inspection, after tehe accept
ance or refusal of the bids; out of
tihbe proceeds of such sales the county
dispensary boards shall pay all just
and proper elaims, after such claims
shall have been audited and approved
by the dispensary auditor, any and
all appeals from the decisions or rul
ings of the dispensary .auditor shall
be to the court of common pleas for
tihe county wherein such claims are
ainade, and the trial shall be de novo.
Seetion 3. The dispensary auditor
is :hereby authorized to employ such
competent expert bookkeepers as he
may deem nec-essary to aid him ain .
vestigating t12 affairs, ac,cunts of,
and the claims aga'nst the several
dimensa"ee and the~ co,idu.eL of the
several dispensaries, and said county
dispensary boards, at a salcry not ex
ceeding ten dollars i.cr day for the
time actually employe( in such work:
rand all expenses incident to the clos
ing u.p of said dispen'saries shall be
paid out of the mon j of such (dis
pensaries:: and the profts of said
dispensaries shall be paiid over to
county treasury of :.be county where
such dispensarry is 10ovetd, and distii
buted as now proviyded by law.
Section 4. The dispensar:: auditor
. sall submit a report of his work. :mJd
the work of his deputies, to t:he aov
-ernor, and a separate 'report to :b'e
grand jury of the county in which
such dispensary was located.
Section 5. The dispensary auditor
andl his deputies shall have the power
to send for all books and papers, andI
to subpoena witnesses, as may be
dee:ned necessaryl'V: :ind any pierson or
books or' pap)ers. or' who may obs5trueit
ite work of said1 dispensary audit or.
vhld.d shall be guilty of a misde
mfe:anor, and, upon conviction for such
offene., shall be fined not more t han
on hndred dollars or imnori.soned not
ore Iian tiirty day.- in i.rj couniv
chaiin gang, one or both, at the disc.e
ition of the court.
Section 6. Tliat nothin l herein
contained shall repeal any part of an
Act entitled "An Act to declare the
law in reference to and to regulate
the manufacture, sale, use. consump
Ition, possession. transportation and
disposition of alcoholic liquors au
beverages within the State. and to
police the same,' approved tihe 16th
day of February, A. D. 1907. not in
consistent with the provisions of this
Naother Dickey's Sayings.
Sometimes trouble wears a smilin'
face, only ter fool us with friendship.
Ef da-r wuz a elevator runnin' ter
-heaven, some foiks -would lsay dat dat
sorter ridin' makes 'em dizzy.
I has seen folks lose al de happi
ness on Hallelia Hill by trYin' ter
outholler de thunder.
Don' t matiter whether de worl' is
flat or roun', we gits through it fast
enough ter make yo' head swim.
NO REASON FOR DOUBT.
A Statement of Facts Backed By a
We guarantee immediate relief and
a positive cure to all sufferers from
constipation. In every case where
we fail to effect a cure, we will sup
'ply the medicine free. That's a frank
statement of facts, and we want you
to substantiate them at our risk.
Rexall Orderlies are a gentle. ef
feetive. strengt:lieneir and toniv. They
re-establish nature's fnetion:s in a
quiet. e:asy way. They t not niHau
zi. incrivm'en2ence. ,zgripinT u or nausea.
ao ea;ily 1hat they m]aY )e takel by
aiione at anY time. They have a
muost beneficial action upon the liver.
R.exall Orderlies are unsurpassable
and ideal for ithe use of -hildren, old
folks and delicate persons. We can
not too highly recommend them to all
sufferers from any form of constipa
tion and its attendant evils. That 's
why we back our faith in them with
our promise of mon.ey back if they do
not give en;tire sa:tisfaction. Two
sizes, 25c. and 10c. Gilder & Weeks,
Druggists, Newberry, S. C.
Of the condition of the National
Bank at Newberry in the State of
South Carolina, at the close of busi
ness February 5th, 1909.
Loans and discounts ... .$302,750.75
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured.. .. ........15,214.58
U. S. Bonds to secure cir
cula:ti'on.. .. .........37500.00
Premiums on U. S. bonds. 1,312.50
bonds, securities, etc .. 6,374.01
Banking house, furniture,
and fixtures .. .........8,000.00
Other, real -estate owned 11,178.61
Due from National Banks
(not reserve agents).. . 8,422.08
Due from State Banks and
Bankers .... .... .....1.02
D)ue from approved reserve
agents ......... 47.69
Checks and other cash
items .... .... ......1.788.36
Notes of other National
Banks .. .... .... ....5,973.00
Fractional paper currency,
niekels. and cents .. .. 540.05
Lawful Money Reserve in
Specie .. ......$4,513.50
Legal tender notes 7,0010.00 11,313.50
Redemption fund with U.
S. treasurer (5 per cent
circulation) .... ......1,875.00
Total .. .... .......$412491.15
Capital stock paid- in . . . .$150,600.00
Surplus fund.. .. .......31,000.00
Undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid ..414.58
National Bank notes ourt
standing .... .... ...37,500.00
Due to other National
banks .... ...........141.42
Due to State Banks and
Bankers .. .... .......29.14
D)ue to approved reserve
agents .. .... .........942.77
Dividends unpaid .... ....256.00
iividunnI deposits subject
to chec(k.. ...........127,207.24
Bills payable. including
certificates of deposit'
for money b1orow-ed . . 65.000.00)
Total .... .........$41 2.491.13
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY, ss:
I, R. D. Smith, cashier of ithe above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the abouve statement is true to the
bes5t of nty kn: aledgte and belief.
this 13th day of F'ebruaryv, 1909.
T. K. Johnstone,
B. C. Matthews,
Gleo. S. Mower,
W. S. Langford.
We have just had a carload
berry from the factories of
Chicago and St. Charles, Ill.
We want everybody in this
kind of instruments we sell al
our prices are. : : : : :
On account of the splendid
tion there is a mistaken idea
are expensive. : : : : :
They would be high priced
Cable Company has the finest
facturing in large quantities
of mak ing. : : : : : :
For that reason, every buve
organization ai receives an
factory turning out a few i
THIS SALE WILL P
ist. That The Cable Company's
constructio.n, musical quality and I
2nd. That they can be sold at fit
of moderate means to have relhable:
DON'T MISS THI
Here you will have the advantag
splendid pianos are like. You can
them for their musical qualities tc
welcome if you come only to see, fo
in Fewberry acquainted with our in
Tell your musical friends abott
saving money for them A solid ci
nounce date of Opening Concert an
1204 Main Street, Form
J. V. WALLACE, Pi
South Carolina Branch, Cal
ARHARDT & BAXTER,
Lessees and ManagerS.
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Wdnesday, Feb. 24
Te Gib son Girl Co.
In a Two Act Frivolity Entit16d
he Effervescent Laugh-Provoking
[odge-Podge of Mirth and Melody
Prey Girls Pretty Dresses
rtty Songs Pretty Dances
rces: 25, 35, 50 and 75 Cts.
ekets on Sale Monday, February 22,
.a~t Ner ardlware Comvyany
T HE GRAND
of pianos shipped direct to New
I'HE CABLE COMPANY at
city and vicinity to see what
id we want them to know what
quality of the CABLB produc
among many people that they
werf it ot for the fact that The
facilities in the world for mauu
thus keeping down the cost
r gets t.e benefit of this great
instrument which if made in a
nonthly or yearly, would cost
ROVE TWO THINGS
Pianos are of exceptiornal merit inh
eauty of design. : :.
pres'that make it possible for people
e of seeing for yourself 'what these
examine every part of them and test
your own satisfaction You will be
r we are anxious to have everybody
struents and our prices.::::
this Sale It may be the means of
r is now en route and we will an
Sale in a few days. : :
erly Wafts' Racket Store
St. Charles, Ill.
esident and Manager
le Building, Charleston, S. C,I
Lessees and Managers
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY
Herald Sqluare Comic Opera Co.
IN THE MERRY SONG PLA#
Wihadistinguished cast of eminent
lightopera stars, including Juanita Rush
andChalesPicquet, formerly of Colonial
IOpera Co.: Jack Leslie of "Isle of Spice''
fae: Signor Martine Pache, formerly of
:mma Abbott Opera Co., andl Ed Gil
more, formierl, wih Ward & \okes and
"Bizzy Izzy" Co. Supported by an
Icomparable Reality Chorff33
Prices: - 25c., SoC., 75c. and $1.oo.
Reserved Seat Sa.e opens WVednesday,
News Prom Excelsior. inp
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pi(-e- of furniturl for th -whool R
hou.e have :. 1: ven put in poi- 'vh.
Our early iirdeners had their Eng- retn
lia.i: pe:J :Sn :-:bage plants that It
were grIw:g : i:-.ly all killed by ha
the cold n wea
The rains have puri a stop to plow- I
ing now for sever.al days. com
MKr. Aumerle Singley. of Newherry in t
college, spent Sunday with the home -
Miss Alice Cannon and little broth- Y
er. of the Utopia section, spent Sat- R
urdav niLht with Misses Nannie and Sati
Alder Ray Wheeler. and
Mr. L. S. Shealy and family, of, invi
Little Mountain spent Friday witih -
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Kinard. in'
Mr. J. S. Wheeler is making some D.
WE_ H A
Needles, 51kutS an o -o
use in All ralles of Sew'ng Machines
See our $450.00 Piano!'
at hig.hrst bidder. You
may get it t.r $250.00
It is bound to go. Call I
and examine it. : : : :
If you want Furniture of
any kind we have it.
RUGS, ATTING, ART SQmRES& 8TOVES, S
We save you money.'
The J. L. B(
Sheet Music, Instr
~Mail orders given
tioni. Let us have
ble parties upon re
In order that we may be br
a large number of music
fering absolutely FREE, p
(2) beautiful pieces of mi
and address of ten (10) pet
who are interested in
,Make list giving correct
name and mail. No furthe
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Write for Catalogue ani
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.v. Jas. D. Kinard, of Catueron.
S Newherry lat eek, pent
lav with his br.ther here on bi.
i.s thought lato sowing of oats
b ed :y inur 1*1ed by t,he cold
r. Orlanlo Sheily. of Saluda
I v has betn oM a Visi t :to friends
iss Jes.:ie Loriek spent Saturday
Sunday with friends in Prosper
ev. J. L. Hodgs will preachli here
rdav night. Sundav afternoan
Sunday night. Publie cordially
ted to the services.
rs. Sallie Wicker has been spend
a few days with hr brother Mr.
E I T.
Good econd Hand
Machines from $3
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imple. durable. automatic.
threads any needle itself even in the dark.
ost valuable of all attachments.
p twisting, biting or cutting thread.
ought in touch with
buyers, we are of
ostage prepaid two
isic for the names
sons owning pianos
addresses and full
r conditions Send
FFER~ is limited.
list of songs the
promptiy fill your
asic, Music Books, '
Greenville, S. C.