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HOW TO ANSWER QUESTIONS
ON REGISTRATION CARDS.
Read carefully before you go to the
iegistration table. Here you see what
you will be asked. Study the ques
tions. Prepare the answers in
Questions will asked for you to an
wer in the order in which they appear
on this paper. These questions are
set out below with detailed informa
tion to help you answer them.
Do not write on, mark, or- otherwise
mutilate these instructions. Do not
remove them. They should be care
fully read so that you will have your
answers ready when you go before
All answers will be written on the
registration card in ink by the regis
trar, who should be careful to spell
all names correctly and to write
1..Name in full. Age in years....
This means all your names spelled
out in full. Disregard additional
months or days.
2. -Home Address.
Tis means the.place where you per
manently reside, not t:e place where
you work. Be prepared to give th.
address in this way: "232 Main Street,
Chicago, Cook County, Illinois;" or
"R. F. i). No. 2, Jonesville, Ohio."
3. Date of Birth.
To be required to register you must
have been born in 1896 and on a day
subsequent to June 5th, or on a day
prior to or on the date set for regis.
4...Where were you born?..
First name the eity or town, ther
the State, then the nation; as. "Colum
bus, Ohio"; "Vienna, Austria;" "Paris
France;" "Sophia, Bulgaria."
5. Are you (1) a native of the Unite
States; (2) a naturalized citizen;(3
an alien; (4) have you declared
your intention to become a citizen
(5) or are you a ,citizen or non
citizen Indian? (Specify which)
(1) If you were born in the Unite(
States, including Alaska or Hawaii
you are a native of the ~United States
no matter what may have been th<
citizenship or nationality of your pa
rents. Any inhabitants of Porto Rio
who was a Spanish on April 11, 1899
and who resided in Porto Rico on tha
date, and continued to reside therei
until April 11, 1900, is held to be ,
citizen of Porto Rico, except such in
habitants, natives of the Spanish pe
nin.sula, who elected to preserve thei:
or likany kind of tr
4 comfort of its de
finish. They chool
cal dependence, it
Thousands of v
they may not knos
know and apprecia
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allegiance to Spain on or before April
11, 1900, by making a declaration, be
fore a court of record, of thier decision
to do so. Any citizen of Porto Rico,:
as above defined, and any native of
Porto Rico, who was temporarily ab
sent from the island on April, 11, 1899,1
'and has since returned, and is not a
citizen of any foreign country, is held
be a citizen of the United States, pro
vided he did not elect to retain his po
litical status by making declaration
under oath of his ~decision to do so
within six months after March 2, 1917.
If you were born abroad you are still
a citizen of the United States, if your
father, was a citizen of the United
at the time of your berth unless you
have expatriated yourself.,
2 You are a naturalized citizen if N
if you have completed your naturali
zation; that is, if you have "taken
final papers." But you are not a citi
zen if you have only declared your
intention to become a citizen (that is,
you have only 'taken out first papers')
in the latter case you are only a dec
You are also a naturalized citizen
if, though foreign born, your father
or surviving parent became fully nat
uralizedwhile you were under 21 years
(of age, and if you were in the United
States at the time you attained the
age of 21.
(3) You are a declarant if, altho' J
a citizen or subject or subject of some
other country, you have declared be
fore a naturalization court your in
tention to become a citizen of the
United States. Receipt from the
clerk of the court of the certified copy
of such declaration is often called:.
"taking out first papers."
(4) An Indian is a citizen if (1)
he, or his father or mother, prior to
his birth or before he attained the a-e
of 21, was allotted prior to May S.
1906; (2)if he was allotted subsequent
to May 8, 1906, and received a patent
'in fee to his land; (3) if he was resi-;
ding in the old Indian Territory on
March 3, 1901; (4) i The lives sepa
rate and apart from his tribe and has
adopted the habits of civilized life.
(5) You are an alien if you do not
fall within one of the four classes
6. If not a citizen, of what nation are
i you a citizen or subject?
This need be answered only by
- aliens and declarants. Remember that
a "declarant" is not yet a citizen of
the United States. If an alien or dec
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innsboro, S. C.
arant, state the name of your coun
ry, as "France"; "Great Britain",
First name the city or town, then
he State or province, then the nation;
s "Columbus, Ohio;" "Vienna, Aus
ria;" Paris, France;" "Sophia, Bul
Name of Employer. Place of Em
If you are working for an individual
If you are working for an individual,,
irm, corporation, or assocition, state
ts name. If in business, trade, pro
ession, or epmloyment for yourself,
o state. If you are an officer of the
state or Federal Government, say
hether your office is under the United
tates, the State, county or a munici
ality. In answer to the question as
;o the place of employment, give the.
iumber and name of street, town,
ounty and State, or R. F. D. number,
wst office, county and State, where
Name and address of nearest rela
If you are married and your wife
s living, her name should be stated.
f you are single or your wife is dead
Tou should state the name of your
iearest blood relative. In stating the
ddress, give the number and name of
street first, then the city or town,then
!ounty and State, or R. F. D. number
irst, then post office, then county and
LO. Race-White, Negro,, Indian or
No explanation necessary.
TOLEN-Ford touring car, state li
cense No. 40846, motor No. 2474331,
left front light loose in the socket,!
left oil lamp has red glass instead of
white, rear light is gone and lantern
is used instead. Both right doors
have holes torn in the upholstering.
Three new Congress tires, two rear
and right front. Car left Columbia
Saturday night with negro driver and
party of soldiers who wanted to go in
the upper part of the State. The
driver was killed and thrown out of
the car between Winnsboro and Ches
tei- und the car has been missing
since. Presumably the party spent
the day in the upper part of South
Carolina or probably in Charlotte,
N. -C. $75.00 reward to the party
finding the car. R. C. Watkins, Y.
M. C. A., Columbia, S. C.
much for the
kind of roads
Ly designis, ther
yeauty of its
this great car.
Roadster, $ 1595
You can tell Ajax
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features. They are
plain to see and there
for a reason. In a tire
you want miles, you
want comfort. too
and uniform service.
make this tire differ
ent from every other.
See, in the picture,
just how these sup
porting shoulders are
built out to reinforce
This means more
rubber where it
should be - extra
strength where the
road strain comes.
No other tire has this
excess mileage fea
ture. Ajax controls
iln amazzij.g mleaCGge
records. A m.6ar.ch m
quality. a democrat in
service. Ajax Shoulders
of Strength give it ncre
trecd on the rcad-more
stuf for the road battle.
See the big trianric
barbs, an added safety
~ acter. Corze in and Jet's
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