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Hollingsworth Hears Uncomplimer
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Vashington, May 17.-"An as:- o
oL Slierniall s !n wol robld d'
ni: e ess ~ Ia alld wolllell
to:nftible little whelp: a politi,a
nowmitI frm lo:' "a p1ale fale'
luminarv: a pusillanimous pigm,
These were stime of the characteri
altions r 1r1'. IIolling-.sWorth of O1i(
in editorials whieli he had read in th
hdluse today as the basis of a questioi
of privilege affecting his resolutio.
recently offered protesting agains
the portrait of Jefferson Davis on th,
silver service to the battleship Missis
sippi. These editorials accused hin
of "waving the bloody shirt,'' an
appeared in The Daily Clarion-Leda
er of Jackson. Miss., April 30; Th
Southern Sentinal, Ripley, Miss.
May 6; the Shreveport Caucasiar
Shreveport, La., May 4, and one othe
paper, name not given.
The reading of the -editorials caus
ed a great commotion and at time
moved the members to great laughtey
Finally Messrs. Bartlet (Ga.) an<
Fitzgerald (N. Y.) objected to furth
er "lumbering up the record," an<
demanded that the speaker rule 0i
the question of privilege.
In an elaborate opinion Speake:
Cannon held that Mr. Hollingswortl
had not been attacked in his represen
tative capacity and he was not per
mitted to proceed .further.
Later Mr. Hollingsworth sough
unanimous consent first to print
speech on the subject or else to ad
dress the house for 3'0 minutes.
Mr. Harrison (N. Y.) objected
whereupon Mr. Hollingswortf wante<
the speaker to tell him why the ob
jection was made.
''The chair can not tell." th
speaker said suarely, "what move<
the gentleman to object because he i
not a mind reader."
This sally convulsed the house wit]
'aughter. Interest in the proceedin
as heightened by the fact that Bur
on Harrison was secretary to Jeffer
n Davis during four years of thi
This section is getting very dry. J
good shower would be very accepta
ble. The crops through this commun
ity are very poor, but the farmers ar,
still hoping for a good crop year. Thi
grain erop is very short also.
Mr. Burr Mills and wife spent las
Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Stock
Mr. John Epting and wife visite<
Mr. Marion Long's family last Sun
'Miss Lola Bedenbaugh has bee!
spending several days at Mr. Jin
Wise's. of the 0O'Neall section.
Mr. Berly Fulmer and family, vis
ted Mr, Bachiman Stockman and wif<
n last Sabbath.
Mr. Allan Ham has removed hi
w mill on his plantation near here
.Messrs. Boland Bros. are still saw
ing on Mr. Tennyson, Stockman'
place near Fairview school house.
Mr. J. M. Morris, of Newberry, re
urned to his post of duty Monday
fter spending Sunday and Sunda:
ight under the parental roof.
Mrs. W. P. Fulmer visited Mr. I
D. Morris' farily last Thursday.
We learn Miss Algie Taylor is quit
ick at this writing, but we hope sh
ill soon 'be convalescent.
Mr. Wiley Stockme.. and wife. o
Newberry, came down last week an
spent several days with friend
We were rery sory to hear M1
Warren Bedenbaugh lost his hous
and contents by fire. We symnpathiz
with any one who happens to suc.
Mr. L. D. Morris went to Little
Mountain on last Monday.
Success to all. L. M. M.
The News of Excelsior.
Excelsior. May 20.-Farm worki
moving on nicely in this section an<
a good portion of the cotton will b
thinned thiit \'ek.
Our Sunday school will meet Sun
day aftei'oon at 3 o'clock. At
o'clock we will have preaching b;
Rev. Ira S. Caldwell. Public cordial
lv invited to the services.
Some few of our p)eople attende<
the picnic and closing exercises of th
Utopia school on Saturday.
Gov. M. F. Ansel made an interest
ing and appropriate address at th
ld folks' day services at Grac
hurch on Sunday morning. Mr. Ar
sel is a good speaker and his addres
was 'helpful to old and young.
Mr. J. L. Wheeler, of Columbia. ha
een on visit to his brother, Mr. 'I
Miss Rosalee Wheeler. a student a
ewberry colliege- sp ent Sat urday ana
Sunday with the home folks~ dow
Miss Sudie Mae Boulware has bee
e-ele.ted as principal to teach Es
m1t a gtoa att
1Rev. J. L. i2ldge wil o preach
f Le'e againi any tim 1 soon (211 at'e a
e ( accetd of wn1rk t hat (H(enp1iQ. all 0f
1s hu'1 u. Ile vill prIeavill here
Sa.aini 1 I me u hiture time1-. Mr.
l~ Ide ha Y : Cr riel In I hI see
t ielI of lab)1r. S Ima .
- THE NEWS OF SILVER STREET.
Crops Not so Good-School Has
Silver Street. May 20.-Crops in
lthis section are very small: Cotton is
a, bad stand anI heart bu are kill
ing the corn.
Ti health of the coniunity is
very good now, with the exception of
a few eases of measles.
Miss Minnie Croueh has returned
home after a few days visit to friends
in Saluda: she took in the closing ex
- ereises of Zoar high school.
Miss Lavinia Lominiek, of Mt.
Bethel community, is spending some
time with her aunt. Mrs. J. F. Steph
Mrs. Emma Shealy and children, of
the St. Phillips section. visited the
family of Mr. D. J. Dehart Saturday
night and Sunday.
Miss Minnie Blair. of Utopia. is
spending some time with her sister,
~ Mrs. D. G. Livingstone, at the Dead
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Summer, Mrs.
A. P. Werts, and family. Mr. and Mrs.
W. F. Alewine and Mr. J. M. Ale
wine attended the funeral of Mr. J.
Q. Whitman on Monday at Ebenezer.
Mr. Whitman was a resident of our
neig'ihborhood before moving to the
city three years ago.
Miss Marian St-humpai has one
to Mt.. Willing where she will spend
some time with her sister, Mrs. R. E.
Mr. Homer Stephens, who has been
in Saluda for several months. has re
Mr. Jos. W. Alewine. of Pomaria,
spent a few hours with his home folks
Mr. Summer, of Lexington, spent
several days this week with Mr. M.
- Mr. D. B. Werts and daughter. Miss
- Lula. of the city, spent Tuesday with
a Mr. R. S. Boozer and family.
3 Mrs. Kate Berry has been spending
some time in Saluda with her mother,
t Mrs. C. Swindler, who is seriously ill.
-. Miss Jessie Vaughn, of Utopia. is
spending a while with her grandmoth
I er. Mrs. Lucinda Pitts.
- Master Edward Vaughn is spend
ing this week with Mr. J. P. Blair
1in the Utopia section.
1I The school at this place has closed
and the teacher, Miss Frayne Fulmer,.
- is spending some time visiting friends
3 and relatives here and in Newberry
b iefore returning to her home in
I Batesburg. A.
- TOOK BEER FROM CONSTABLE.
Four Marines, on Paris Island, Sen
- tenced to Serve Three Years
,and One Month in Prison.
Beaufort, May 14.-On April 3 B.
.H. Haves, chief constable for Beau
fort county, seized two barrels of beer
Swhile in transit. consigned to Thomas
SEaton. of Paris Island. His place of
business is just outside of th'e g'ov
f ernent reservation. This man. and
others near the same locality, are al
leged to have caused .considerable
trouble to the county constables.
-Thomas Eaton, hearing of this. fur
e nished. it is said. a gun to four
e United States marines, telling them
ther could have as much of the beer
as they could drink if they would res
cue the beer from Hayes, which they
did at the point of a double-barreled
shotgun. They then opened the beer
on the bank of the river and proceed
ed to enjoy t hemselves.
sCol. Cole. who is in command at the
I United States School of Instruction.
Sbeing informed of the affair. had the
men arrested and tried by court-mar
- tial. They were convicted and sen
teneed to serve three years and one
Smonth in a gover'nment prison. Theyv
. will be sent to Portsmouth iln a few
days to commence serving tihe seni
tenc'e. Thomas Eaton is now under'
eidictmenClt. anid will be tried by the
e GEORGIA GIRL1 A HEROINE.
-Letter to Gav. Smith Tells of Young
I Girl's Gallant Efforts During
. Atlanta. May ~17.--Gov. Smith to
day receiv'ed a let ter' detailing an un
usua1'l instam-"e oft lheroismf.
sweA\ pt portion1s of0 th e South-. Ada
Price. 14 years' old. liv'ing' near Boden.
i Ga.. found her m-other dead under
the ruin of:'he home, and her father
re:i vl Ic( (I sjlill InI to untov
(r a. lar(* roclk too lleavY for her t
W ' ilI('l I1141 'her father*. arm i
iValile. The falIler ordered ilie *irl
il il 11 ai., a l Ile O,zll 0 11Y P
\v i e wl 'a 1 viri ll im'r 1.i, er :;.
T p ln r toGo. ( et a)kV.
1rleclitaIn a.: it h1ow to ap))1y for a
CarIegie hero miedeal for the <irl.
PRISONER JUMPS FROM TRAIN.
White Man Throws Himself From
Platform of Rear Car.
Anderson. May 18.-Robert Sams,
aabout 48 years old anI
wanted for assault with intent to com
mit rape, jumped from a fast South
ern train near Greenville. while be
ing brought to this City by Special Of
fleer C. F. Power, from Waynesville.
N. C.. and as a .result is in a most
serious condition and under the eare
of a physician iere. Sams had tried
!x get the offieer to allow him to g
to t-e rear of the train all the way
from Asheville to Spartanburg. but
this Mr. Power would not do. When
they changed to the fast t-rain Power
allowed him to go, and fhe deliberately
threw open the door of the vestibuled
train and leaped out against an -m
bankment. The train was backed up
and the unconscious mal taken tc
Greenville. His face was a mass of
bruises and the nose was entirely
split and several stite.hes had to bE
taken. The man. who is charged with
attempted rape on a small white .child,
will h!ardlv be able to come to trial
it the term of sessions court. which
:venedl here yest erday.
ROBBERS RIFLE EXPRESS.
Bandits Board Southern Train in
Aiken-Secure Only About
Augusta. Ga.. May IS.--Two rob
hers boarded Passenger Train No. 17.
I at Warrenville, S. C., ten miles out
tonight, got the drop on Express Mes
senger Thomas L. Hutto. knocked him
senseless with a piece of rubber hose,
pinioned his arms behind his back,
took his keys, threw him into an
empty express chest, locked him
therein and ransacked at will. The
train makes up at Branchville, and
c arr-ies th-rough express and mail from
Charleston and Columbia to Augusta.
E . C. Burrell, agent of the Southern
IExpress Company at Augusta, states
that the rec-ords show that the rob
bers secured about $200. This is thE
first time on record that the express
has been of such small amount. ThE
average currency 'express thereon is
$2.500 to $10,000.
The robbers rode into Augusta and
left the train on Broad street, ir
center oIf the city. No.one on th(
train knew of the incident, andi the
robberyx was not discovered until tih
messenger was liberated at the unior
station. negro porters who were tc
engage in unloading fire express hay
ing' located the imprisoned man by
hi vigorous kicking within the box.
The Purpple Cow.
'"Father,'' inquired the lady,
"'Father.'' inquired the lad, s-harp
ly, '"what is p5in money?'"
" 'My boy,'" answered the parent,
pointedly, slipping his hand into his
pocket. ''pin money is what vor
stick people for."
Your Oasis in the Des
~et-We're the Oasis of New
berry for Summer Comforts
in Thin Suits, Underwear,
Hosiery, Summer Neckwear
anc Straw Hats.
IAn inspection doesn't neces
sitate your buying-would You
look us over?
IW ART-PERRY GO.
IAN ORDINANCE ORDERING SPE
CIAL ELECTION IN TOWN OF
NEWBERRY FOR THE PUR
POSE OF ISSUING BONDS TO
THE AMOUNT OF FORTY
THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR THE
PURPOSE OF IMPROVING AND
EXTENDING THE SEWERAGE
AND WATERWORKS OF THE
TOWN OF NEWBERRY.
W llere:i. a 1peti l i11;h s been pre
sented to the Maymir tnd Aldermen of
the Town of Newberry, S. C., in the
wordS folhowing. to wit:
"The undersioned freeholders of
the Tmyn of Newberry respectfully
etition your honorable body to order
aII election on the question of issuing
coupon bonds to the amount of Forty
Thousand Dollars, payable forty
years after date, and bearing interest
at a rate not exeeeding five per cent
per annum, payable annually, or semi
annually, for the purpose of improv
ing and extending the sewerage and
wateiworks of the Town of Newber
Whereas it appears by affidavit of
Olin L. Buzhardt, clerk and treasurer
of the said town, that said petition is
signed by a majority of the freehold
ers of the Town of Newberry, S. C.,
as shown by its tax books; and
Whereas, Section 202, Vol. 1, of the
Code of Laws of South Carolina,
1902, declares that it shall be the
duty of the municipal officers of any
incorporated city or town of this
state, upon a petition of the majority
of the freeholders of said city or
town, as shown by th-a tax books, to
order a special election in any such
city or town for the purpose of is
suing bonds for any corporate pur
pose set foth in said petition:
Now. therefore, Be It Ordained by
the Mayor and Aldermen of the Town
of Newberry, in fbe State of South
Carolina. in couneil assembled, and
by autiority of th- same. that a spec
ial electimi be. and the same is here
h ordered. held at Council Chambers
inl said town, the polls to be opened
at S o'clock a. m. and to be closed at
6 o 'clock p. m., on May 18, 1909, for
the purpose of submitting to the elec
tors of said town who are duly quali
fied for voting under the constitution
and laws of the state of South
Carolina the question whether said
bonds shall be issued (according to
law) as prayed for in said petition.
Those voting at said election who
f:avor the issu-a of said bonds shall
cast a ballot upon which shall be
printed or written the words "For
the Issue of Bond's,'' and those who
Ioppose the issue of said bonds shall
cast a baliuL upon which shall be
printed or written the words
"Against the Issue of Bonds.''
The following named persons are
hereby appointed managers of said
election: F. M. Lindsay, A. C. Welch
and J. H. Gaillard.
Provided that any vacancy that
Imay occur in the board of managers
may hereafter be filled by appoint
ment to be made by the Mayor, or
acting Mayor as the case may be.
Public notice of said election to be
given by the publication of .this or
dinanee once a week for three con
secutive weeks in the Newberry Her
aid and News and the Newberry Ob
server, two newspapers published in
Done and ratified under the cor
porate seal of said town this 20th
day of April, 1909.
J. J. Langford,
Attest: Olin L. Buzhardt,
C. & T. T. C. N.
lt w. 3w.
pIPU MCOCAINE AD
Habits cured at my Sanatorium in a
few weeks. You can return to your
home in 30 days well, free and happy.
I have made these habits a specialty for
25 years and cured thousands. FRE
Book on Home Treatment sentn
Address DR. B. E. WOOLLEY,
102 N. Pr.yor Street. Atlanta. Ga.
CHARLESTON & WESTERN CAR
Schedule in effect May 31, 1908.I
Lv. Newberrv(C N & L) 12:56 p.m.
Ar. Laurens 2:02 p.m.
Lv. Laurens (C & W C) 2:35 p.m
'Ar. Greenville 4:00 p.m.1
Lv. Laurens 2:32 p.m.1
Ar. Spartanburg 4:05 p.m.
Lt. Spartanburg (So. Ry.) 5:00 p.m.
Ar. Hen dersonville 7:45 p.m.
Ar. Asheville 8:50 p.m.
Lv. Laurens (C & W C) 2:32 p.m.
Ar. Greenwood 3:32 p.m.
Ar. McCormiek 4:33 p.m.
Ar. Augusta 6:15 p.m.
Tri-Weekly Parlar Car line be
tween Augusta and Asheville. Trains
Nos. 1 and 2, leave Augusta Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, leave
Asheville Mondays, Wednesdays and
Note: The above arrivals and de
partures, as w-ell as connections with
other companies, are given as infor
mation, and are not guarante-ed.
Gen. Pass. Agt.,
Geo. T. Bryan,
(MenviB~e. S. C., I
FOLI ?.p. 1UM1M
Are all well filled with the season's new
and desirable goods. We enter the
early summer months prepared to fill
your wants in all the light beautiful ma
terials that summer demands.
in great variety.
in all the staple styles, as well as the new
weaves for the present season. These
new weaves consist of Shantung, Mirror,
Souselle, Messatine, Fulard, etc.
Ask to see our Linens, one of our best
departments. Still good things in our
ready-to-wear department in outer as
well as under garments at reasonable
prices. W. B. and American Lady Cor
sets in the new season's shapes,
THE NEWBERRY .SAVINGS BANK,
Capital $50,000 - - - Surplus $30,000
No Matter H-ow Small, no Matter How Large,
The Newberry Savings Bank
vill give it careful attention. This message
ipplies to the men and the women alike.
J AS. McINTOSH. J. E. NORWOOD;
NEWBEERRY UNqION STATION.desna105.i.,frcncto
trrival and Departure of Passenger . 20levsAdro at .0
Trains-ffective 12.01 A. M. p n,frcnetosa etnwt
Sunday, June 7th, 1908. Suhr ala o revle
Southern Railway:WaalaarvsAdso 6.4p
1. 15 for Gre'enville .. .. 8.57a.mi,wthcneiosa Snca ih
To. 18 for Columbia .. .. 1.40 p.m.SotenRiwyfmpitsou.
o. 11 for Greenville .. . ..3.20 p.m. No10frm W haa,lveAn
To. 16 for Columbia. .... .8.47 p.m. Idro t43 .i. o oncin
C., N. & L. Rv atB'o ihSuhr ala o
No. 22 for Columbia .. .. 8.47 a.mGenil adCoub.
o. 52 for Greenville .. 12.56 p.m Wsbud
To. b3 for Columbia .. .. 3.20 p.m o 7 rie tAdro t75
No. 21 for Laurens .. . .7.25 p.ma .,fo Bltnwhco etis
*Does not run on Sunday fo revle
This time table shows the times ar o ,arvsa nesna 22
hich trains may be expected to de- .i. rm Bltnwt oncin
)art from this station, but their de- fo revleadClmi.Ge
arture is not guaranteed and the t ahla
me shown is subject to change with
)ut notica. o19arie atAdro at34
G. L. Robinson, p.i.frmBto wihcueton
Station NoMa,stivser.nerQn a
6.2 p. in.pfrm-eotn-w thn.n
Has cured itch magically for others ba ost ahla
a Newberry and will cure for you. N~7 al xetSna,lae
?or sale at Adro t92 .i. o ahla
Maye3' Drug Store. wt oncin tSnc o oa
BLUE RIDGE SCHEDULES. No.1,1,9,ad2armie
No. 18, leaves Anderson at 6.30 a. Ns n r oa rih
., for connection at Belton with ftan,cryn asnes gwe
southern for Greenville.AnesnadW hlaadbtw n
No.12,fro Wahala,eavs N o. 20 Wah laves Anderson at20