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-CAPITAL TO PIEDMONT.*
Official Route From Columbia to
Greenville by Way of Newberry.
Courses and Distances.
The State department of commerce,
^ agricllture and industries has issued
an attractive folder described the automobile
route out of Columbia to the
Piedmont and advising the autoist the
most practical way of reaching many
of the different towns of South Carolina.
The book gives a diagram showing
* the complete public highway system j
of tlie State, and maps out the routes j.
I from Columbia to Greenville, Leesville
> > to Newberry, Laurens to wmnmc,]
and from Columbia to Xewberry.
The off.cial route, named the "Capital
to Piedmont Highway," of the department
is from Columbia to Green-j
ville, by the way of Xewberry, as
0.0?Columbia, Confederate monu-j
ment, State capitol grounds?I
proceed nothward through i
Main street, crossing at
0.9?Elmwood avenue, and continue:
1.4?Fork of roads. Take left-hand ;
road and proceed to
3.3?Wooden bridge across Broad'
river. Continue on main road j'
4.8?Disregard road turning to left
and continue to
6.3?Disregard road entering from
right and road forking to left.
. 4 10.9?Disregard road branching off to j
right and also road branching
off to left continuing straight
* ! *
3 2.9?Disregard road entering from i
13.5?At fork of roads keep to left.
14.0?At fork of roads keep road to
14.6?Disregard road entering from
14.S?Disregard cross roads ; keep j
* r 16.7?At fork of roads keep main [
road to right.
18.2?Disregard crcss road.
19.1?Disregard cross road, keeping
20.1?At fork of roads keep main road
bearing to left.
23.9?Disregard cross roads and en- '
< 24.1?The town of Chapin by turning
at marker sharp to left. (G).
Proceed back to main road at
marker turning: to the left into
the road, continuing ahead to
i 24.5?Cross railroad track.
24.8?Disregard road entering from
f v right.
25.4?Cross railroad track,
t 25.9?Cross railroad track.
! 26.0?Disregard road bearing t4
26.1?Disregard cross roads.
?Disregard road entering from j
28.2?Cross railroad track.
28.7?Cross railroad track and go
straight ahead to
4 28.9?The town of Little Mountain.
Leaving Little Mountain pro^
ceed following railroad track
straight ahead to
* ?' 36.3?The town of Prosperity. (H
1G). From Prosperity proceed
V. as per instructions and map ou
Columbia, Newberry, Greenville
j 60.6?Newberry (old court house). (G
p H). Leaving Newberry go out
College street ana Keep
i straight ahead.
F 62.3?Keep to the left at fork of road.
v 63.4?Cross railroad track.
73.8?Kinards. Go straight ahead,
crossing railroad track twice
77.4?Goldville, crossing railroad
i track and going straight ahead
crossing railroad track three
times, and then entering the
1 S3.2?Clinton (H G), turning to right
across railroad track.
S3.4?Turn to left and keep straifht
r ahead crossing railroad track;
keep to broad highway.
r> 93.1?Laurens (C. H.) (G H). Leaving
Laurens from court house
square in front of hotel, turn to
left and then to right into!
Church street and proceed.
1 Cross bridge: disregard two
roads entering from right; '
1 cross railroad track twice and :
98.2?Take road to left.
100.6?Cress railroad track.
101.0?Disregard road entering from
1102.5?Take 1-ft-hand road.
103.2?Take read to right.
103.6?Cross railroad track.
104.5?Cross railroad track.
105.S?Cross railroad tra^k.
107.7?Cross railroad track.
109.5?Cro?s railroad track.
112.4?Disregard read entering from
114.4?Cross railroad track.
115.4?Simpsonville; cross railroad
118.4?Disregard road entering from
118.7?Cross railroad track.
120.2?Pass cross roads.
120.5?Disregard road entering from
122.."?Cross bridge over Laurel creek.
125.0?Disregard main road entering
from right. (Going opposite direction
always turn to right
127.3?Cross bridge, disregarding road
entering from left, and enter
by East North street, the city
12S.4?Greenville (H G). (In leaving
Greenville going south at foot
of East North street, be careful
to turn sharply to right
across a bridge, disregarding
main read, continuing to left).
TO REARGUE DISPUTED POINT.
Chief Justice Gary Issues Order in G.
Columbia, Oct. 7.?Chief Justice I
Garv has ordered that the fifth excc-p-i
tion in the case against George W.
Long be reargued before the full Supreme
court at the next regular session,
as only four members heard fhis
case at the last session and they are
equally divided on this exception. A
reargument is ordered upon the question
at the next regular term of the
Long, who is white, shot and killed
Luther Mullinax, also white, at Troy
In Greenwood county last October.
Long was indicted for murder at the
-fflruiarv. 1912. rerm of court for Green
wood county before Judge Sease, and
was convicted of manslaughter and
sentenced to three and one-half years
in the penitentiary. His case was appealed
to the supreme court.
The following is the order signed by
Chief Justice Gary is this case:
State of South Carolina.
In the supreme court: The State,
respondent, against George W. Long,
This case was heard by the supreme
court when only four members were
present, who are equally divided in
These, members of the court have re
quested me to order a reargument as
to the single question, upon which said
members differ in opinion, to wit*
that raised by the fifth exception involving
the law of self-defence.
It is therefore ordered that there be
a reargument upon said question at
the next regular term of this court
during the time assigned for the hearing
of cases from the 8th circuit and
that a copy of this crder be sent to j
the attorneys of record in this case.
Eugene B. Gary,
"That fellow Wiggins makes me
dead tired," said Snobleigh. "He's all
the time trying to pass himself off for
"Why?in what way?" asked Hick- i
"Oh, by behaving like one, mostly,"
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for cash at the late residence of Geo. |
A. Metts, deceased, on the 24th day of!
town of Prosperity, lot containing one I
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er to pay for papers. Right is reserved
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sale. S. D. Duncan,
THE BEST PROOF.
Given !jy a Xewberry Citizen.
Kidnev Pills were used?
thev brought benefit.
The story -,vas to;d to Newberry
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A Card By E. H. Aull to t\
To the People of Newberry County
Statements from gentlemen have
they had heard that 1 was to move
to the effect that they had heard
race for county superintendent of
reports gained currency I do not
here. The fact is tha^neither is ti
I have made and am making the
of education 011 my record since I
cause I believe I can continue to 1
the schools of Newberry county,
important, if not the most importa
nrmntv snnprinfprrlpnt nf education
system of the county. It is peculia
tion for its responsibilities and di
choice c-f the man to fill it.
I have been told by gentlemen an
ers saying that they did not suppori
of the position my newspaper took i
I feel now, that I would have be(
attempted so to conduct my newspc
sonal interests in my campaign, ai
would certainly have been untrue
have ever sought to follow the diet
to walk in the path of duty, and o
course by hope of political office is
It is not my intention, and certa
inquire into motives actuating the
believing, as I do, that the right of
sacred nossessions of the American
sincerely the votes which I receive
am reelected my sole object and air
betterment of the schools of the c
I want'to stress the point that
my merits for this position, and I
consider what has been accomplish
the office, a great deal of which is
will receive their support on Octc
ments which have been undertaken
under way, otners are getting unde:
planned for. I confess that I feel a
matters carried forward to a conclu
the support and the co-operation of
great deal can be accomplished fntem
of this county made one of the
T ? 4-~ 4- T l^n*TA n Af o hit
1 III U l 1 1 l?i? C 11 UUIV
in the county and to see and talk
am known to tho people of the coui
interest I have taken in the schools
what I have tried to do since I hav<
intendent of education, and what I
as a teacher, and had a great deal c
since that time, both in the colum]
halls of legislation I have taken a
particularly common school educatit
that in the legislature, as a repres
I was the author of the free rural
amendments, is now the law of ttu
tion as the most important questioi
terest in it and my work for it have
The matter is in the hands of t)h<
shall appreciate their support, and
expeci to be, I shall strive to give t
Again thanking the people for th
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the victim's life hung
difficult operation was
cessful the operation must
The services of a specialist
was in a distant city.
The specialist was re
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The sufferer's life w;
ability of the Universal Be
bridge time and space.
By the way, ha^
The testimony is home testimony? :
The proof convincing.
It can be investigated by Newberry
Mrs. Mary a. Griffin, 225 Sygert St.,
Greenwood, S. Car., says: "I had kid-.
ney trouble for years. It began with
pains in the small of my back and '
during the attacks, I felt dull and lan- j
guid. Having been told that Doan's j
Kidney Pills were a good remedy for i
such complaints, I got a supply and \
began their use. I now feel much bet- J
t-r in r.v>rv war nr- i I have no fcesi- i
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ie Voters of Newberry
: come to me to the effect that
to Spartanburg, and from others
that I had withdrawn from the
education. How either of these
know, and that is not material
race for county superintendent
have been in the office, and bebe
of help in tlie up-building of
The position is one of the most
nt, of the county offices, for the
is at the head of the educational
rly a' position in which qualificaities
alone should weigh in the
d have received letters from oilit
me in the first primary because
.11 State politics. I felt then, and
m unworthy the position had I
iper as to seek to serve my perld
had I done so my newspaper
to the public which it serves. I
ates of my conscience, and tried
ne who is swerved from such a
not worthy the confidence of the
inly it is far from my desire, to
people in casting their ballots,
a free ballot is one of the most
people. I appreciate deeply and
id in the first primary, and if I
a shall be the upbuilding and the
I have sought re-election upon
am confident if the people will
ed in the short time I have held
known to most of them, that I
ibe*- 15. Some of the improve
in the various districts are now
r way, and still others are being
personal interest in seeing these
sion, and I believe if I am given
the people of the county that a
the schools, and the school sys;
best in the State.
i to shake hands with everybody
to everybody personally, but I
lty and most of them know the
, for a long number of years, and
: held the office of county superam
accomplishing. I began life
f experience in the school room;
as of my newspaper and in the
deep interest in education, and
)n. As one instance, I may st^te
entative from Newberry county,
school library act, which, with
: State. I have regarded educan
before our people, and my inbeen
3 people of Newberry county. I
if I am re-elected, .as I hope and
hem the very best school system
eir support in the past, I am,
ELBERT H. AULL.
> and Soacc
NT of life or death and
by a slender thread. A
necessary. To be suo
be performed at once.
: were required, but he
iachea over the Long
the case described and
is saved through the
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aiedicine." (Statement given Feoruary;
Mrs. Griffin was interviewed on
March 2u, 1?13, and she said: "It gives,
me pleasure to conrinn my former endorsement
of Doan's Kidney Pills.
Wnenever 1 have taken this remedy, it
has brought the most satisfactory results."
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