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NOTICE OF ELECTION.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Notice is hereby given that the General
Election for Presidential and Vice
Presidential Electors and Representative
in Congress will be held at the
voting precincts fixed by law in the
county of Newberry on Tuesday; November
5, 1912, said day being Tuesday
following the first Monday, as prescribed
by the State Constitution.
v The qualifications for suffrage are
b" Residence in State for two years, in
F the County one year, ib the polling preE
> rnct in which the elector offers to vote,
W four months, and the payment six
months before any election of any poll
tax then due and payable. Provided,
That ministers in charge of an organized
church and teachers of public
schools shall be entitled to vote after
six months' residence in the State,
Registration?Payment of all taxes,
including poll tax, assessed and collec?
tible during the previous year. The
production of a certificate or the receipt
of the officer authorized to colWr
such taxes shall be conclusive
proof of the payment thereof.
Before the hour fixed for opening
the polls Managers and Clerks must
take and subscribe to the Constitutional
oath. The Chairman of the Board
of Managers can administer the oath
to the' other Managers and to the
Clerk; a notary public must adminis\
ter the oath to Chairman. The Man-:
f ' agers elect their Chairman and Clerk.
Polls at each voting place must be
'opened at 7 o'clock a. m. and closed
at 4 o'clock p. m., except in the City of
* Charleston, where they shall be open
ed at 7 a. m. and closed at 6 p. m.
The Managers have the power to fill
a vacancy; and if none of the Managers
attend, the citizens can appoint, from
among the qualified voters, the Man-1
agers, who, after being sworn, can j
conduct the election.
At the close of the election, the Man- j
agers and Clerk must proceed publicly
to open the ballot boxes and count the j
ballots therein, and continue without j
adjournment until the same is com-1
pleted, and make a statement of the
result for each office, and sign the
same. Within three days thereafter,
v. tne *jnairma<n 01 tne ooaru, vi suuic j
one designated by the Board, must deliver
to the Commissioners of Election
the poll list, the boxes containing the
ballots and written statements of the
result of the election.
Managers of Election?The following
Managers of Election have been
appointed to hold the election at the j
various- precincts in the said county: j
Newberry Court House?D. F. Pifer, j
W. A. Fa 11aw, W. J. Miller. Ckrk,
Joseph H. Hunter.
Newberry Cotton Mill?B. F. Sample,
J. B. Thomasson, B. J. Waits.
Clerk, T. B. Kibler.
Mollohon Cotton Mill?J. C. Lattimore,
N. Y. Dennis, Jerome Senn.
Clerk, James Culberson.
Oakland Cotton Mill?J. F. Weathers,
Duff Tompkins, Samuel Rutledge,
Clerk, B. L. Albritton.
v Glymphville?M. J. Smith, J. W. j
Mack, S. X. Henderson. Clerk, J. S. J. j
Helena?L. I. Long, S. W. William- j
eon, F. G. Spearman. Clerk, B. E.1
Maybinton?W. B. Whitney, J. C.
Eison, J. J. P. Thomas. Clerk, W. D.
Whitmire?R. M. Aughtry, Robert
Brock, S. B. Sims. Clerk, F. W. Fant.
Beth Eden?Henry Brock, T. H.
Cromer, J. G. Glenn. Clerk, T. E.
Jalapa?H. C. Reeder, W. A. Graddick,
J. W. Epting. Clerk, Jno. I. H.
Longshores?J. W. Johnson, J. W.
Hendrix, W. 0. Senn. Clerk, J. W.
Silverstreet?Claude Berry, H. C.
Lake, L. Y. Havird. Clerk, B. T.
Williams?J. W. Sanders, W. P. Almlen,
G. J. Coats. Clerk, L. H. Senn.
P Utopia?J. R. Perdew, S. J.. Turner,
W. L. Buzhardt. Clerk, H. L. Boulware.
Prosperity?S. A. Quattlebaum, A. L.
I Brdenbaugh, E. M. Cook. Clerk, E. W.
Cook's Mill?Joe F. Dawkins,
Thompson L. Shealy, Ridgedell Bowers.
Clerk, Irby Harmon.
Slighs?J. H. Dowd, T. C. Bundrick,
J. B. Kempson. Clerk, S. YrFulmer.
Jolly Street?0. L. Livingston, J. D.
Richardson, B. B. Rikard. Clerk, H.
, B. Richardson.
Central School House?B. S. Wicker,
J. J. Hipp, F. A. Boland. Clerk, J. 0.
Pomaria?W. B. Lominack, R. 1.
Stuck. Joe W. Atewine. Clerk, W. B.
Walton?.Ioh:i Parrot, E. .1. Adams:,
O. A. Felker. Clerk, W. F. Suber.
Mt. Bethel?J. F. Lominack, .1. c.
Crumpton, C. H. Aleywine. Clerk, J. E.
- . Sease.
St. Phillips?D. L, Halfacre, John
Halfacre, D. B. Rult Clerk, A. B
More headaches come from
eye troubles than from any
other cause. Many people
suffer intense pains when
they could be entirely relieved
We have hundreds of cases
f-Vmf Koor iic mil" in tVn<?
L A1 CI L CV?CIA a A* w-statement.
We fit glasses
that relieve the strain.
| Dr. G. W. Connor i
j Main Street Newberry, S. C.
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H. B. WELLS, Mgr.
Saturday Oct. 19
Many New and Original
Changes This Visit
Its Only Purpose is to Create Laughter i I
BRING THE CHILDREN
The Big $75,000 Musical Comedy, Bud J
Fishers' Original Creation
HURRY FOR SEATS
The Whole Country is Talking About
MUTT and JEFF, Bud Fisher
You Have Seen Them Cartooned and
Had Many a Laugh. Come and
See The Play and Have the
Laugh of Your Life.
50 People All Alive and Active, Not j
. Moving Pictures.
Seats are selling fast, hurry if you
want to sit down.
Little Mountain?M. P. Derrick, J. A. I
Hartman, A. C. Wheeler. Clerk, R. P. I
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Union Academy?vv. n. duuu, j. ,
H. Kinard, J. D. Quattlebaum. Clerk,
T. J. Wilson.
Kinards?Eugene Hitt, M. W. Oxner,
J. W. Gary. Clerk, R. G. Smith.
Garmany Academy?B. B. Sloan, D
E. Oxner, G. S. Ruff. Clerk, A. G.
The Managers at each precinct named
above are requested to delegate one
cf their number to secure the boxes
and blanks for the flection at the of- f
fice of Frank R. Hunter, at Newberry, B
S. C., on Saturday, November 2, 1912. I
Harry W. Dominick, I
L. A. Tew,
C. L. Sease,
Commissioners of Federal Election I
for Newberry County, S. C.
October 12, 1912.
DELINQUENT TAX SALES.
By virtue of executions delivered to
me by John L. Epps, treasurer of Newberry
county, I will sell in front of the
court house it Newberry en salesday
| in November, within i'ne- legal hours of
[sale, on account of delinquent State!
| and county taxes, the following real i
' estate. j
! 1. One lot in Town of Newberry, as-!
sessed m name of D. M. Wells, bounded 1
I by lands -Misses u. ana n;. snacKenoru,
| Geo. S. Mower, College street and others.
2. Plantation in No. 11 township as- j
eessed to J.D. Suber's estate, containing
four hundred and seventy-two (472) |
acres, more or less, bounded by lands!
of Thos. V. Wicker's estate, J B. Su- |
[ ber's estate and others. i
3. A tract of land in Xo. 11 township I
| assessed to Job L. Hughey, containing!
I two hundred and twenty-four (224) i
; acres, more or less, bounded by lands
J of the estate of T. M. Hentz, David j
" Hipp, Broad river and others.
Other delinquent property, both real,
and personal, will be advertised later, j
Terms of sale: Cash. :
M. M. Buford, 1
Sheriff Xewberry County. ' jj
! October 14. 1012. if!
Crowded aisles by hund
fact that Newberry
every whiter need is he
the fact that every iter
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dZ it JJT1W Slire LU ifii/jt i
big bargains in every d.
dollars to a
In this big popular departme
business. There is always son
in onr Millinery Department 1
are showing the largest and mo
the State. Another thing, we <
i m il m:ii:
mat oas a nunueiii luuuuci.
That little Chap
Desires as Good Clothes as His
4.00 Boys' Suits go on sale here this
week at special quick step prices.
These Suits we picked up from a little
"Jew" who needed the ready caih.
$1.98, $2.50, $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00,
every suit worth double the price.
We have the largest stock in this
section under one roof.
! Knit Underwear for Cold Days.
The cool mornings are but a reI
minder of tfce cold ones 10 come.
Better prepare before the eleventh
hour. Our stock is full of union
suits and separate garments of cotton
A/ITA*M A I WL.
[reds of customers is a
eople know where to s
re. We want to lay i
n i.9 of the most desira
ess you. Every day t)
epartment of our mm
ire New Coat Suit:
lay brings new arrivals of new an
r selection is the biggest and best
been chosen to meet the requireme
class and out of the ordinary in v<
ny charitable institution if I cant
idies' Coat Suits and Long Coats s
have we shown Coat Suits and R(
h widespread attention. Our Sw
$12.50, $15.00, $18.
nt we carry the stock and do the
tething new and attractive to see
Sach day finds new models. We
st complete and up-to-date line in
ire the only concern in Newberry
Mlnif> (Iho ilanorfmanf avcrv il^v
71511 U110 UCJiailUlCUl VT VI j uuj.
Not Trailers bot Leaders.
Our prices play the tune of economy.
Standard Apron Ginghams worth
75^c. sale price 5c
5 bales 36 in. white Homespun
worth 8^c, sale price 7c
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J uai(.o jiMvvijiuv. /
spun, worth 8}4c, sale price 7c
3 cases standard Calicoes, reds,
blues, grays, etc , worth elsewhere
6l/> to 8c, Mimnaugh's price 5c
50 pieces standard 5-4 Colored Oil
Cloth, worth 25c, at Only.. .. I2^c
5 cases Anderson Outing, wrorth 10c,
sale price 8^c
5 bales 40 in. Newberry Mills Homespun,
worth 10c, limited, not over
20 yds. to each buyer, yd 6^c
We Carry the Most Complete
Shoe Stock in Newberry
Don't forget the big store when
vou think of buying: Shoes. No mat
what you want, come to Mimnaugh's I
ore That's Always
living testimony to the
hop profitably. Your
-\mrt\rulmr stress tinntl
y W 5 V V Mrf V * wv ? - :bk
quality gnd marked
lis week we will offer
s and Coats. I
d exclusive patterns m Coat
in this section of the State. *
nts of women who wish somealue.
I will give a thousand
show you the largest and best
houm m Newberry. Never m
',ady-to-Wear Garments which
t prices range from
50, $20.00, $22.50,
Ladies' Tailored Skirts.
i ,000 Ladies' Skirts to go on sale
this week. Sounds big. but we've
got 'em. and we are going to let them
go this week.
No. i brand new black and navy
Hue material, Serge and Panama, all
new models made up in the latest style,
$1.98, $2.98, 53.50, $4.98 and $5.98.
New Fall Dress Goods.
First two tables just as you enter
the store. This week we'ft put on
sale one hundred pieces dress goods
such as Serges, Whip Cord, Fancy
Suiting, etc., goods in the lot worth
65, 75 and 85c, choice yard 48c
Why pay your money to go to a side
show when you can go to a big show
for less money. Think a minute.
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