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MOVED TO CHESTER.
Dispensary Case to be Tried in Ches
ter.-True Bills Found.-Trials
The grand jury this morning re
turned true bills against Jodie M.
Rawlinson, Jos. B. Wylie, John
Black, James S. Farnum, M. A.
Goodman, John T. Early, and H.
Lee Solomons for :oonspiracy to de
fraud the - state of $109,000 and
against James S. Farnum for brib
ery, alleging that he gave Joe B.
Wylie a gratuity of $1,575 at Chester
en March 6th, 1906. Both offenses
are alleged to have occurred at
Chester on March 6th, 1906. They
will be brought here and placed un
der bond, their trials coming up at
the spring term of court. The court
room was packed when the grand
jury reported this morning, and
among the members of the bar sat
Attorney General Lyon, the man who
said that he would put stripes on the
Another gun in the dispensary
graft prosecution cases was fired yes
terday afternon when Solicitor Hen
ry handed the grand jury two bills i
of indietments, one against Jodie M. 4
Rawlinson, Joseph B. Wylie, John 1
Blaek, James S. Farnum, John T.
Early, M. A. Goodman and H. Lee
Solomons, for conspiracy to defraud a
the state and the other against Jas. ]
S Farnum charged with bribery At- i
torney General Lyon arrived in the i
eity Sunday night and was present f
when court convened yesterday morn
ing with the bills. He turned them j
*ver to Solicitor Henry who handed t
them over to the grand jury. I
Messrs. Robert Gage, Joseph B. i
Wylie, and Henry Samuels !had s
been served with subpoenas Satur- i
day night to appear before the grand I
jury yesterday. After the two above ,
indictments were handed the grand E
jury these three were sworn as wit
-aesses and this morning went before t
the grand jury to testify.
The first bill, the conspiracy case, i
after reciting the fact that Joe Wy- I
-lie, Jodie Rawlinson and John Black
were elected representatives of the
state to purchase liquors for the old
state dispensary, charges that they I
did at Chester on March 6th, 1906, f
agree to accept certain rebat.es .over !
and above their salaries, in a manner I
tet allowed by law from the other
defendants named in the bill. I
Thie second bill charges James .S. I
TParum with 'having on the 6th day
I March, 1906, at Chester, corruptly I
given, offered and promised to Joe i
B. 'Wylie, a gift or gratuity of the
value of $1,575 t' influence his vote d
as a member of the dispensary board I]
as the purchase of liquors. I
It is not hoped to try these cases e
Ekis term of court. The defendants d
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Here's the Proof. a
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years ago I felfrom a scaffold and seri
eusly injured my back. I suffered terri
blyat times ; frm the small of my back
all around my stomach was just as if I
had been beaten with a club. I used
every plaster I could get i*ith no relief.
Sloan's Liniment took the pami right
out, and I can now do as much lader
work as any man in the shcp, thanks to
Mr. J. P. EVANs, of Mt. Airy, Ga.,,
says: "After being afflicted for three 11
years with rheumatism, I used Sloan's
liiment, and was cured sound and
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Sloan'.' look on
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will be arrested and probably give
bond for their appearance here at
the spring term of court. All of
these are under indictment to ap
pear at the January term of the
court in Richland county. Attorney
General Lyon will make no state
ment. He is still in the city and
wilr probably return to Columbia
It is understood that Solicitor Hen
ry will have entire charge of the
prosecution of these graft cases in
the court here, in the spring and this
will add mueh interest to the trials.
MINISTER ON THE TRAIN.
Explanation of Why Head-on Colli
sion Between Passenger Trains
Did Not Result More Seri
The fact that Rev. 0. J. Copeland
was a passenger on train No. 16
3aturday night, and that he got off
Lt Cheddar, probably kept many
ives being lost in the head-on col
ision between that train and train
qo. 11 Monday night.
The two trains were given orders
o meet at Cheddar, several miles
bove Belton. For some reason the
elegraph operator at Williamston
ailed to give train No. 16 the order
vhen it passed that place. The train
topped at Cheddar to let Mr. Cope
and get off, and had not gotten up
Vll speed again, when train No. 11
tove in sight, slowing down in order
o take the siding. The two engines
ame together, but not with sufficient
'oree to do. any great damage. If
rain No. 16 had not ihad to stop to
et Mr. Copeland off at Cheddar it
vould have passed'that point at full
peed and the two trains would have
aet a mile or so, with both going at
tigh speed. One trembles to think
vhat might have happened -in that
Mr. Copeland, who is pastor of the
he First Baptist church at Gaines
ille, Ga., is on a visit to his father
tear Belton and other relatives in
News of Wheeland.
Slighs, S. C., Nov. 3.-Mistes Luda
)errick and Lillie Sease visited the
ormer's home in Saluda Friday. On
aturday they made a flying trip to
seesville and Batesburg.
Messrs. M. L. Wheeler and Press
sy Derrick' attended the Fair at
aexington last week.*
Miss Blanche Mayer and Mr.
'loyd are attending the Graded
ehool at Little Mountain.
Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Halfaere and
aughter, Lottie, spent -Saturday
ight and Sunday with the -family of
[r. E. L. Sease. Miss Halfaere took
liarge of Fairview school last Mon
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kibler spent
uesday at Mr. A. A. Singley 's.
'Mr. J. L Sease is spending sever
1 days at Mr. Benj. Halfacre 's, near
Messrs Pressley Derrick and Er
est Derrick, Charlie Fulmer, Sam
ad Martin Amick, and Talley Ept
ig are among those who are attend
ig .the State Fair this week. -
NEWS OP BACH3[AN CHAPEL.
catZresting Services at Colony.--Mr.
Kinad Rebuilding.-Nice Weath
er.-Gaherinig Peas and Sow
Slighs, S. C., Nov. .3.-Rev. Prof.
'rilbert P. Voigt, of Newherry,
reae:hed a very interesting Refor
iation sermon at Colony on last
unday morning to a large congrega
ton, who seemed to listen with great
The pastor, R-ev. A. J. Bowers, was
iso present and assisted with the
'Miss Gertrude Simpson, of Pros
erity, made a very plain and in
3resting talk on missions after the
lose of the sermon.
Mrs. Kreps, of Prosperity, was
ot present as we announced and
liss Simpson filled her appointment.
There will be Christmas exercises
eld at Co'ony the programme of
~hieh will be given later.
Mr. P. H. Kinard. who had 'his
welling house burned recently, has
oved in a tenant house nearby until
e can rebuild his house.
Mr. J. J. Epting, of near Pomaria.
making his rounds threshing peas
ad is well prepared for the work.
eruns his t:hresher with a two-horse
owere gasoline engine which is a
reat convenience. The pea crop is
~ort. He has had a great -deal of
rperience and does good work.
Areni't we having fine weather for
athering up the remnants of our
opJ nw ? i ihe pr-esent pr!ice of
atonl it will pay 1o hunt it all up.
The( ifers are aboujt thron 101:h
mc home or Mr. and MTr. T . WiL
son last Saturday night and Sunday.
Misses Lillie May and Marie
Moore, of near Johnstone Academy,
spent last Saturday night and Sun
day with Mrs. J. K. Epps and fam
Miss Cannie McCullough, of near
Whitmire, is visiting her sister,
Mrs. G. S. Enlow, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Q. Wilson, of
near Newberry, spent last Wednes
day at the home of Mr and Mrs. T.
Mr. M. L. Strauss is spending a
while in Orangeburg in the interest
of his place there.
Mrs. W. W. Kinard spent last
Tuesday with her parents.
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SALE OF VALUABLE STOCKS.
At Union, S. C., November 15th.
The undersigned, as Executors of
the last will of Ann E. Rice, deceas
ed, under and by virtue of an order
of the Probate Court, for Union
County, will sell Monday, November
15th, 19Q9, at eleven o 'clock A. M.,
(11 A. M.), before the Court House
door, at Union, S. C., to the highesr
,bidder for cash, Three hundred and
seventy shares of the first preferred
stock of the Glenn Lowry Cotton Mill
of par value of $100, paying seven
per cent. dividend annually;-also
Two hundred and fifty'shares of the
Common stock of the Glenn Lowry
Cotton Mill, of the par value of $100
drawing seven per cent. annual divi
dend. The said stock will be offered
for sale in desirable blocks to suit
purchasers in the discretion of 'the
Executors. The Glenn Lowry Cotton
Mill is located at Whitmire, S. C.
Whitmire, S. C.
F. M. Farr,
Union, S. C.
The Boyd place, containing
One Hundred Acres, Four
Buildings, about three and a
half miles from Newberry, front
ing on public road, Southern'
Railroad and C. N. & L Rail
road, fine location for brick
plant, truck farm, tan yard, cot
ton mill, &c.
Pure Whiskey Often
Many a serious sickness has 1
judicious use of
As a healthful tonic for home uI
caeof acidents or sudden illness, it
and iil inreas the vgr fthose
bottle bears the "Government Gref
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rom any of the fol
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C. Blum & Co., ...
C. C Butler Co., ....
L. Loeb WhiskeyCo.,..
Altman Whiskey Co.,....
D. F. & C. P. Long.....
Hanne Bros. . . ..
Paul Hleyman ..4
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SHIPPED IN PLAIN 80XES. s
~n jnnnD Smp
Is a Penny Saved a
Sometimes, but not always. Of
ten a few cents saved in A grocery
bill are a few cents WASTED.
I present my stock as a safe
standard for careful housekeepers
to go by. I make no claims to sell
ALL the good groceries that are
sold, for I know nothing of any
stock but my own. Of it I feel
pretty sure. If you want to be
sure of the BEST give me your
Phone 202, Main Street.
FR E E
To those that wear gloss or
Chinese work. We will Laun
dry three collars free to show
what a difference there is-in a
a beautiful linen finish. All
goods sterilized. Collars will
not crack. 'Suits steam-cleaned
WHITE STAR LAUNDRY1
AND DYE WORKS.
YOUNG & STEBBINS, Prop.
We have a few slightly used $90
organs, will close out at a .big re
duction. If you ,.re wanting an
organ now is the time to buy one
of the best organs made at a great
bargain. Write at once if you wish
to secure one of these organs, for
such bargains don't last long
Write for illusti-atons of these
organs and for terms.
Malone's Music House,
COLUMBIA, S. C..
-Call on us during the fair.
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ND REMiTTANCE WITH YOUR ORDER.
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TTHE NEWBE RY
No Matter How Small.
vili g;ve it caref-a ar
tppfies to the mei 4anc
Keep Your Mi
We have received a letter from 1
in which they say:
"State in your advertisements tj
return to Newberry for loans or it
the company receives from that lo
pany has done more than this and h
SEE WHAT STATE
Mr. W. A. McSwain, Newberry,
Replying to yours' of the
ern Life & Trust Co., of Greens
licensed by this department and is
In all cases where they registe
amount of their reserve are deposi
tection of their policy holders and
pose. Yours very trul
INSURA -. DEPARTMENT,
Mr. W. A. McSwain, Newberry,
I shouldi say that the South
was WORTHY ,of CONFIDENCE. 'B
ending 1908, now before me, it sh<
and surplus to policy holders of
$I30,152.00. Yours ve
Buy your life insurance policies
money in this commuinity, where i
for our young people and for.the d
Our rates are a little lower and
company operating in this section.
If you fail to see us before you c
ance we both lose.
Call at our office, write or 'pbon
SECURITY LOAN & INYE!
J. N. IMcCAUGHRIN, Treas.
IThe First 0Cougl
*Even' thogh not evere, has
*tive miembraaes of thetho
Coughs then come easysill wi
ightest cold. Cure the first
fet up anfination in the de
*langs. The bes remedy is
BYRUP. It at once gets rigi:
I am repre
in this seciion, and ar
prices on anything in
Tablets, Monuments, E
my prices before .tlacin
and work guaranteed.fir:
B B HIL LER N
Notice is hereby giv'en that the
'noks of reelstration for the town of
Jewberry. S. C., wiil be open Oct. 2,
909. and the undersigned as Super
i. of Re.istration for the said
No Matter How Large,
I Savings Bank
tention. rhis message
I the women alike.
j. . NORWOOD,
Dneu of Home.
-he Southern Life & Trust Company,
bat it is the policy of the company to
tvestments the net premifims whick
:ality. You might say that the com
pes to continue to do more than this."
A. W. McALISTER, President.
STATt Or NoRTm CARoiNA.
Raleigh, March ioth, 1909.
9th inst., I would say: The South
boro, is chartered in this. State and
considered SAFE and SOUND.
r their policies the securities to the
ted with this department for the pro-'
are CONSIDERED AMPLE for this pur
igned) JAMES R. YOUNG,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Columbia, March ioth, i9o.
ern Life & Trust CO., of Greensboro,
r the annual statement for the year
ws total assets of about $675,ooo e.
capital. $300,ooo-oo and surplus of
signed) F. H. McMASTER,
Insurange Commise oner.
from this agency and keep yenr
t is available for use in buying homes'
evelopment of our community.
dividends a little larger than say
:lose the contract for your life insur
iTIET COIY, ASIT,
W. A. McSWAIN, Sec'y.
1 of the Season.!
tendency to irritate the jsensi4
and delicate bronchial tubes.
nter, every time you taketh
cough' before it has a chance to*
Jicate capillary air tubes of the
QUCK RELIEF COUGH
Lttat temsetof truble and, re
om Morphinaeand isas safe tor*
1e and Granite Co,
ai prepared to make you
the way of Headstones,
:c. See my cuts and get
g your order. Material
E WBERRY, S. C.
town will keep said books open every
day from 9 a. m. until 5 p. m. (Sn
day excepted) including the 1st day
of December, 1909. Bhrt