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NEWS OF PROSPERITY.
Death of Young Man-Exhibition in
City Hall-Personal and Other
Prosperity. August 24.-W\ e are
pained to record one of the saddest
events that we have had to chronicle
for some time. Mr. John Derrick's
son, James Derrick of the Pine Ridge
section in getting over the fence his
gun caught and went off. The entire
load entering the upper lobe of the
right lung. Drs. Wheeler and Beden
baugh were called but death ensued
before they could reach him.
Mr. Peter Hawkins has just pur
chased a new saw mill and will cut
the -timber on Mr. G. E. Dominick's
Mr. Geo. D. Brown, one of the jolly
party .hat has been touring the land
of the sky in a prairie schooner, re
turned by rail on Wednesday. Mr.
Brown will go at once to Spread, Ga.,
where he has been elected principal
of the high school.
Mr. A. A. Nates has purchased the
farm of Mr. B. B. Schumpert.
There was quite an enjoyable en
tertainment given by Miss Estelle
Stewart on Tuesday evening. The
fun was much and a lots of it. It was
an old time tacky party and Mr. A. B.
Wise and Miss \ddie Werts won the
prizes for being the tackyest of the
Rev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh thias gone
on a visit to Atlanta.
Miss Lucy NWheeler has been elec
ted teacher in the Tabernacle school
in No. 6 township.
Mr. S. B. Bowers has returned from
a business trip to Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wise spent
Wednesday in Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Browne will
leave in a day or two for a trip to
North Carolina to visit Mr. Browne's
Mrs. Maud Ives. nee Chapman, and
Miss Julia Chrapman, of Orlando, Fla.,
and daughters of J. E. Oh-apman are
visiting Mrs. J. C. Langley this week.
Miss Nora Hoffman is visiting in
Columbia this week.
Miss Alvah Waters, of Jalapa, is
visiting Mrs. J. C. Singley.
Mr. R. Y. Kibler, a rising young
lawyer of Columbia, has been visiting
his parents and Col. J. B. Bedenbaugh.
He returned -to Columbia last Satur
Miss Lillian Kibler, of Newberry,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. B.I
Miss Theresa Leitzsey, of Green
wood, is visiting Miss Gertrude
Col. A. B. Wise is spending a day
or two in our midst.
* Miss Grace Harmon is ing rel
atives in the Zion community.
There were four bales of new cot
ton sold here Wednesday. Price for
new cotton 10 cents.
Mrs. E. E. Boinest is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. E. 0. Counts.
Prof. E. S. Werts. of Memphis.
Tennessee, is visiting relatives in
Mrs. WV. A. Hartman, of Atlanta,
Ga., is visiting Mr. J. W. Hartman.
Judge Hair will give one of his
delightful 'cues on the 29th, the day
of the primary. The Judge says com
early, stay all day and eat dinner with
We hope to see a good vote in the
primary on the 29th and the G. M. I
will be a thing of the past so far as
Newberry county is concerned.
The Wiggle stick man was :n town
Thursday and left a message for all
housewives. Call round and we'll
* tell you what it is.
School opens Monday September1
* 4th. Misses Raxvl and Lecine will be
here the latter part of next week.
Private school for two months. Pub
lic term begins November tst. Pupils
holding certificates should secure
their books and bring them to school
September 4:h. Pupils expecting to
* begin at that time and holding no cer
tificates should come to the school
house Friday September r for exami
nation and classification. The books
in the published course of study will
be used and so pupils will have no
trouble in knowing what books to
bring the first day.
The Juvenile Templars will give an
exhibition in the City hall Monday
progran az follows:
Class Pledge: 3.lot:o: National Ral
lying Cry: State Rallying Cry; Sa
lute and Interpretation of Salute.
Recitation.-"I'll take what father
Recitation.-"Good of the order:
Why Ned said No."-Willie Mae
Recitation.-"An old Woman's
Dialogue.-"A Point on Prohibi
tion."-Ernest Sam Kohn and Mc
Song-"Lost after all."
Recitation.-"A knot of white rib
Recitation.-"What men have not
fought for."-Hall Kohn.
Ta'beau: Scene I. "Before the
Pledge." Music. Scene II.-"After
Recitation.-"One standard for both
sexes."-Annie Laurrie Lester.
Recitation.-"A little child shall
lead them."-Susie Langford.
Recitation.-Annie Lee Langfor<T.
Tabeau: Scene I-"Tempted."
Something Got Away.
"You say the chicken soup isn't
good. Why, I told the cook how to
make it. Perhaps she didn't catch the
"No. I think it was the chicken
she didn't cafcb."
Season Tickets Via. C., N. & L.
The Columbia,-Newberry and Laur
ens railroad offers Season Tickets tc
the following points, limited until
October 31st, 1905:
Asheville, N. C. $7.05
Flat Rook 6.30
Hot Springs 8.00
Lake Waccamaw 9-30
Isle of Palms 7.90
Sullivans Island 7.90
Cross Hill 1.95
Glenn Springs 4.45
Parties wishing to purchase tickets
to points beyond Spartanburg will
please notify me befoie the trains are
due, that I may arrange to have tick
ets ready on their arrival.
For schedules or further informa
tion phone or write,
J. W. Denning, Agent.
Week End Rates via Southern Ry.
Effective Saturday June 3rd and
continuing to and including Septem
ber 3rd 1905 we will sell round trip
tickets continous passage in each di
rection for all Saturday trains and
Sunday morning train, good returning
leaving destination not later Than
Tuesday following date of the sale at
rates as follows:
Anderson, S. C., $2.40.
WValhalla, S. C.. $3.40.
Chick Springs, S. C., $2.75.
Ty ron, N. C., $3.85.
Saluda. N. C., $3.85.
Hendersonville, N. C., $3.85.
Asheville, N. C., $3.85.
Spartanburg, S. C., $2.10.
Greenville, S. C., $2.10.
White Stone, S. C., $2.10.
Union, S. C., $i.85.
Charleston, S. C., $515
Isle of Palms, S. C. $5.15.
T'ybee, Ga., $5.15.
For further information phone or
J. P. Sheely,
Notice of Election in Newberry
County on the Question of
"Dispensary" or no
State of South Carolina,
County of Newberry. )
WHEREAS, the following request
and order has been received by the
Commissioners of Election for the
County and State aforesaid:
OFFICE OF COUNTY SUPERVISOR,
Newberry, S C., July 29, 1905.
Fred H. Dominick, Esq.,
Chairman Commissioners of Election,
Newberry, S C.
Whereas, a petition of one-fourth of
the qualified voters of the County of
Newberry has been filed with me as
County Supervisor of Newberry County,
asking for an election on the question
of the removal of dispensaries in the
County of Newberry. Now, by virtue
of the nower and authority in me vested
by an Act of the General Assembly, ap
proved on the 25th day of February,
1904, (Acts 1904, page 495) I do hereby
request and order that you call an elec
tion, submitting the question of "Dis
pensary" or "No Dispensary" to the
qualified voters of Newberry County;
said election to be held on the 29th day
of August, 1905 and to be conducted
as other special elections.
(Signed) J. MONROE WICKER,
Supervisor Newberry County.
Notice is hereby given that an elec
tion will be held at the several precincts
established by law in Newberry County,
on Tuesday, August 29th, 1905, upon
the question of "Dispensary" or "No
Polls at each voting place will be
opened at seven o'clock, a. m., and
closed at four o'clock, p. m.
The following named persons have
been appointed -managers of said elec
Newberg: W. T. Gaillard, Jno. A.
Summer, Thos. Tarrant.
Helena: B. F. Goggans, J. S. Chal
mers, T. G. Williams.
Newberry Cotton Mill; J. A.. Senn,
M. P. Williama, J. M. Guin.
Mollohon Mills: W. 0. Wilson, T. M.
Schumpert, E. Shealy.
Garmany: B. B. Leitsey, T. W. Folk,
Ben F. Cannon.
Mt. Bethel: J. D. Nance, James Ste
phens, S. J. Cromer.
Glymphville: C. L. Leitzey, J. H.
Smith, John A. Cromer.
Maybinton: B. H. Maybin, T. A.
Hawkins, J. J. Thomas, Jr.
Whitmire: F. W. Fant, J. L. Evans,
W. C. Scott
Cromers: A. C. Sligh, R. L. Abrams,
T. E. Chandler.
Jalapa: H. M. Mayer, A. L. Waters,
Longshore: A. J. Livingston, S. E.
Senn, J. W. Wilson.
Williams: J. B. Scurry, J. S. Werts,
J. W. Matthews.
Utopia: W. L. Buzhardt, J. M.
Nichols, A. L- Thrailkill.
Prosperity: L. C. Merchant, Geo. F.
Huntar, N. A. Nichols.
Hendrix Mill: G. E. Dominick, E. T.
Mayer, W. W. Shealy.
Slighs: C. B. Eargle, E. E. Sligh, J.
Central: J. P. Sheelv, J. L. Stock
man, B S.. Wicker.
Little Mountain: J. K. Derrick, J.
N. Feagle, A. C. Wheeler.
Union: M. C. Moore, M. L. Long, J.
Jolly Street: Jno C. Wilson, T. E
Stone, J. J. Kibler.
Pomaria: G. B. Aull, J. G. Long. B.
Walton: W. B. Graham, J. L. Crooks,
T. H. Cromer.
St. Philips: W. F. Koon, M. L.
Wicker, W. T Dickert.
On the day of elcction, the managers
must organize by the election of a
Chairman and a Clerk, if necessary,
which Clerk shall be some person other
than one of the Managers, as no pay
will be allowed to the same person act
ing in both capacities. The Chairman
elected is empowered to administer
The Managers have the power to fill
any vacancy, and if none of the Mana
gers attend, the citizens can appoint
from among the quialified voters the
Managers who, after being sworn, can1
conduct the election.
At the close of the election, the Man
agers and Clerk must proceed publicly
to open the ballot boxes and count the
ballots therein, and continue without
adjournment until the same is com
'pleted, and make a statement of the
result for the said office and sign the
Within three days thereafter, the
Chairman of the Managers, or some one
designated by the Managers, must de
liver to the Chairman of the Commis
sioners of Election, Fred H. Dominick,
the poll list, the boxes containing the
ballots and written statements of the
result of the election.
One of the above named Managers
for each precinct must call upon the
Chairman of the Commissioners of Elec
tion, Fred H. Dominick, at his office on
Law Range, Newberry, S. C. on Thnrs
day, 24th day of August, 1905, to re
ceive ballot boxes, poll lists and in
structions and to qualify.
FRED H. DOMINICK,
M. J. LONGSHORE,
J. B. DERRICK,
Commissioners State and County
2 car loads of
I car load of
and a lot of up
to-date and first
All to be had at
REASONABLE PRICES at
A T. BROWN.
old plows, I
buggy tires a
c asti n gs,
grates, in fa(
any kind. W
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ABOUT THAT NI
What? H aven't you <
tress yet? Well, you
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tresses. an item of hou
consider of the greates
get any kind of Mattres
September st we will
Granite Front Store on I
until we move we are
up-to-date Furniture ci
been sold in Newberry.
This is "The I
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nd axles, old
:t old iron of
le also want
> and bees
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jecided about that Mat
had better hurry up.
ecial business of Mat
se furnishing that we
importance. You can
s here and at any price.
move to R. C. Williams'
/ain street. From now
going to sell new and
eaper than it has ever
Give us a trial.