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ex-pkesidext problem solved.
Nation's Biggest "Has Beens" to Get
$25,000 Annual Carnegie Pension.
New York, Nov. 21.?Future expresidents
of the United States are to
be pensioned in the sum of $25,000 each
annually, by action of the Carnegie j
Corporation, of New York, today. The
.grant is provided with the idea of en- I
abling former executives to devote J
, their unique knowledge gained in public
affairs to the public good, free from
pecuniary care. A similar amount is
4 to be paid widows of ex-presidents as
long as they remain unmarried.
The pensions are to be promptly offered
to the ex-presidents or their widows,
so that no application will be re- j
quired from them. Payment is to be i
/ .nntinnaH en Inner oc tbp T*Pf?inionto "t\p_ I
V vilUUUVU vc kJ j
main unprovided for by the government."
The announcement followed the second
annual meeting of the corporation, j
held at the residence of Andrew Car- |
negie here, and attended by the corporation's
The trustees announced that a total i
of $125,000,000 in securities has thus j
far been transferred to the corpora-j
tioa, which will carry on tne various
works in which Mr. Carnegie has been
engaged, and such others as he may
from time to time think it advisable
, * >ATIO>AL CORN SHOW.
.State Superintendent of Educatiou!
i Keeoni mends Holiday for School
Columbia, Nov. 25.?Calling attention
to National Education Day and Boys'
Day at the I^ifth National Corn Exposition
here next January, Mr. J. E.
Swearingen, State superintendent of
-education, has addressed a letter to all
county superintendents of education i
and county rural school supervisors, j
i. ? recommending a holiday in the county I
schools to allow teachers, pupils and j
trustees to attend the exposition on
these two days.
National education day has been fixed
for Friday, January 31, the day following
being Boys' day, the latter
marking the close of the exposition
.school for prize winners which will be
- attended .by a thousand boys from all
parts of the South. Prominent educa*
tors will deliver addresses on national
education day on subjects pertinent to
school improvement problems, and a
series of exhibits demonstrating meth
vus a.ua results 01 improvement in me i
'rural schools is being prepared under j
the direction of President.D. B. John-j
? son and other members of the Win/
.throp faqulty. % Dr. S. C. Mitchell, president
of the University of South Carolina,
is in active charge of program arrangements
for national education day.
Superintendent Swearingen opens
lunci nitu CJHC oiatcmcui i^iai X lie :
Fifth National Corn Exposition to be \
? leld in Columbia the last week in j
January and the first week in Feb-1
ruary, offers a rare educational opportunity
not .only to the farmers, but also
\ to the teachers, patrons and pupils of
South Carolina." After speaking of
the value of industrial education, and
its demonstration in the boys' and
girls' clubs, Mr. Swearingen says: "It
is highly desirable that the people of
every county, of every school district,
and of every community, should profit
by this practical demonstration of the
worth7, methods and accomplishments
* of industrial education. The teacher^,
trustees, patrons and pupils of every
..ohool in your county should be invited
to take part in the exercises of edu
Concluding, Mr. Sweariagen says:
"'The program for these two days will
furnish you a message to take home,
i recommend that every school in
your county be given a holiday Friday,
i January 31, on condition that the
teacher and trustees bring at least six
pupils to the exposition on educational
day and boys' day."
JERRY tfOORE GOES TO CHICAGO.
Will Be Big Attraction at National
JLana snow?soutn tarouna was
Columbia, Nov. 22.?Jsrry Moore, of
Winona, S. C., who produced 228 bushels
cf corn on one acre, and who is
styled the "Champion Boy Corn Grower
of the World," was in the capital
city today. He left tnis aiternoon witn
Col. E. J. Watson, State commissioner
of agriculture, commerce and industries,
for Chicago, where he will be a
star feature for the National Land
Show, that will siart tomorrow, in
which South Carolina will play a most
Jerry this morning was in his uniform.
He is a cadet in the freshman
class at Clemson college. W. M. Riggs,
president of the college, has granted
Jerry a furlough, in order that he
might be- one of the representatives
'from this State in Chicago. One of
the features of the show will be certain
hours daily allotted to the States, in
which their repreeentative can gi^e
talks along the lines of improved ag
Jerry .ujore will lecture daily, tt 11j
lug now ana uy waat meinous lie proiuuceu
ins prize acre 01 corn, in writins
t-o ^01. vvatson several moiitns a&o,
reuuesting a sKetch ot jerry's nit, tile
Cnicago Tribune staled mat be would
ue :aore of a drawing card man Col.
jttoosevelt. All or' Jerry's taiks will be
made in tne Coliseum, wnere tne l^and
Show will be heid.
Jerry Moore said this morning that
he had prepared no address, to deliver,
but that, if required, he -would endeavor
to plainly state how he made his famous
yield of corn*
Jerry Mcore, as Has been repeateaiy
stated, is a modest youth, and nis success
and fame has not, it seems, unbalanced
his mental equilibrium, and
he has not, what is known in modern
parlance, as the "big head."
T'Vn* C/M-ifh rornlin;! ^Yhihir vvhifh
X ut UV/Util VU* f.
has been assigned to one of the most
conspicuous reservations in the Colieum,
was sent to Chicago Thursday in*
charge of James D. Lee. The exhibit
has been selected with the minutest
care and will be one of the most attractive
ever sent out of this State. It
will be preserve * "ntact to be shown
at the National (Jo Exposition to he
held here from January 28 to February.
XO BE A SON FOR IT.
Ton Are Shown a Way Out.
Thoro n ho n ^ roosnn whv flTIV
reader of this who suffers the tortures
of an aching back, ihft annoyance of
urinary disorders, the pains and dangers
of kidney ills will fail to heed the
word of a resident of this locality who
has fchmd relief. The * following is
Mrs. J. M. Wheeler, Prosperity, S.
Car., says: "My kidneys were disordered
for a long time, causing terrible
pains through my loms and limbs.
There was also a constant ache in my
back and on some occasions I could
scarcely get about The kidney secretions
were unnatural and annoyed me
greatly. I consulted several physicians
and tried a number of kidney
remedies, but did not improve in the
least. I had about given up the hope
or ever oemg cared wnen my son-inlaw
procured a supply of Doan's Kidney
Pills for me at .W. E. Pelham &
Son's drug store. He had read thati
they were good for kidney trouble and
induced me to try them. I did so and
after I had taken the contents of two
boxes my backache had disappeared
and my kidneys had been restored to
ii i jui t
cneir normal conaiuon. j nave recommended
Doan's Kidney Pills to many
of mr friends and shall continue to
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milbum Co., Buffalo,
New York, so'.e agents for the United
Remember the name?Doan'g?and
take no other.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All persons holding claims against
the estate of Jacob Middleton Wheeler,
deceased, will present the same,
duly attested, to me. or to the Probate
Judge on or before the 24th day of
November, 1912. And all persons indebted
to said estate will make payment
Nannie A. Wheeler,
To Ail Who Are Subject to Read
Duty in Newberry County: The time
for paying commutation tax expires
i ft - A 11 1 V - ^ -1.
on DecemDer 31. ah wuu are suujeui
to road duty had better pay your tax,
or you certainly will be required to
ut in your full time under my overseers.
A word to the -wise is sufficient.
W. A. Hill,
; NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
; isouce is nereDv given tnat I will
make final settlement of the estate of
I T. Augustus Bouknight, deceased, in
[ the Probate Court of Newberry County,
! State of South Carolina, at 11 o'clock
, in the forenoon, on Monday, December
'9 1Q19 rand immp-riiate'lv an.
ply for letters dismissory as administrator
of said estate.
D. E. Cannon,
October 30, 1912. Administrator.
NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR MAYOB
A>"D ALDERMEN OF THE TOWS
OF NEWBERRY, SOUTH CARO
Notice is hereby given that the regular
annual election for a mayor anc
l five aldermen, one alderman for eact
! of the five wards, to serve for a tern:
of one A*ar, will be h .ld al the Coun
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| 1112 Main Street
I Andersons Di
I Last week w<
week tne Dei
Our Big Cot Price Clot
Come while the s
complete. Cut pric<
odd Pants, Men's, Suii
Suits and Ladies' Coa
Another Shipment of Ui
Can fit any size per
an infant to the large:
Men's Gray Knit Un<
Men's Fleeced, special
New lot Men's and
"snow white" fleece
! cil Chamber in the opera' house in the
! Town of Newberry, South Carolina,
i on the second Tuesday in December,
I 1912, being the tenth day of said
month, the polls to be opened at 8
o'clock in the forenoon and to close
j at 6 o'clock in the afternoon. G. W
Hiller, J. R. Davidson and Alex Single
ton are appointed managers of the said
"D^ r\f tKa Tnurn Ham n nil of
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Newberry, S. C., on this the 27th day
of September, 1912.
J. J. Langford,
| Attest: Mayor.
J. R. Scurry.
C. & T.
SOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION.
Notice is hereby given that a Demoj
cratic primary election will be held
on Tuesday, November 26, 1912, in the
town of Newberry, South Carolina, for
Mayor and Aldermen, to serve for one
vear: and Trustees for the Graded
Schools for Wards r, 2 and 3, to serve
! for two years, and Commissioner of
i Public Works, to serve for six years,
| said primary election to be according
! to the rules and regulations of the
Democratic party of the Town of Newberry,
South Carolina; the polls to be
opened at 8 o'clock a. m., and to be
closed at 4 o'clock p. m.
There will be a separate voting pre1
cinct in each ward and in Ward 3
r two voting precincts, as follows:
'j Ward 1?Council chamber.
Ward 2?New court house.
Ward 3, Club No. 1?Summer
I Bros. Garage.
i Ward 3, Club No. 2?1 T. Timneri1
| Ward -t?J. W White's store in
ry Goods Store
is a banner wee
st yet. Come
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fc I Table"
P 20 doz. Merce
k 15x15, regul;
75c. value Na
IfPlggl special, UIMCI;
Mm 18x18 all Linen
miM cial, dozen
Mj| Table Linen 6<
||P Big lot Remnari
F special pi ices,
faing Sale J jC"?
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We are doing
derwear, nsss of the towr
25c 3,00C prs. in st
39c coming ever}
Ladies' pair guarante
. linar) icfnr>tfrtn.
f iiligUl | 1UAMVVW4M
112 Main Street
Ward 5?At corner of Drayton and
TVha frklln-a'ino- Tra VP hpen aDDOiflted
JL UV IViiW T* 4?V*I vr WW ^ A
as managers of the said election:
Ward 1?S. S. Cunningham, L. I.
Epting, E. %P. Bradley.
Ward 2?A. C. Welch, M. L. Bullock.
John A. Lindsay.
Ward 3, Club No. 1?E. D. Pearce,
j E. H. Leslie, T. 0. Stewart.
Ward 3, Club No. 2?D. D. Darby, J.
A. Derrick, R. H. Dickert.
Ward 4?James R. Davidson, James
M. Bowers, Ben Stevens.
Ward 5?W. C. Slice, Clifton Sanford,
J. w. JbTanKiin. ,
The attention of all candidates is
called to the following section of the
rules governing the primary:
"Section 3. Candidates receiving a
majority of all the votes cast for the
said offices of mayor, aldermen, trustees
of the graded school and commissioner
of public works, respectively,
* - ' 3 ^
at said election, stiaii oe aeciarea imr
nominees of the Democratic party of
I said town; provided, That on or before
i .l2 o'clock noon, on Friday, November
22, 1912, each of the said candidates
shall have left a "written statement
with the chairman of the executive
committee that he is a candidate and J
that he will abide the results of such
election, and that he has paid the'
assessment. No vote shall be counted j
for any candidate who has not so
The attention of the voters is especially
called to the following portion i
of Section 2, of the rules:
j "Section 2. All Democrats who
| shall have their names enrolled on the ,
k and we want
to the "Growii
Dods Store, 1112
ar price $1.20
dozen 75c /
pkins, special / }
J inches wide,
its Table Linen, J
;s!! Shoes!!! 20
One of tl
52 00 Cc
"sss&saJ [ ae
the Shoe busi- OnallSw<
;ock and more . n;_ o-i
r day. Every Dl? l5a'1
ed to give sat- A regular
, Newberry, S. (
Democratic club roll of the respective
wards five days prior to the first pri%
mary election, shall be allowed to
vote; provided, That in the nomina
tion of aldermen and trustees for thei
graded scnools from the respective
wards, only those whose names are
on the club rolls from each ward
shall be permitted to vote for aldermen
and trustees of the graded school
from that ward. The Democratic ward
clubs as organized for the State and
County Democratic primary eiecuvu
are hereby recognized as the Democratic
ward clubs of the city Democratic
primary; provided, That only
those members of the respective ward
clubs living within the city limits shall
be permitted to vote in the city Democratic
primary election. (The secretary,
of each ward club shall furnish to the
secretary of the city Democratic exe
cutiv-e committee a certified copy of tne
club rolls of his ward club, containing
a list of the members of slid club
residing -within said ward and within
the city limits, said list to be complet
ed on Thursday, 'November 21, 1912,
and no name shall be permitted placed
on said club roll after that date. Said
club rolls to be turned over to the j
t city Democratic executive committee J
on Friday, November 22, 1912. The
said club rolls certified to by the secI
retaries of the various ward clubs
shall be furnished by the secretary of
the city Democratic executive commit
tee and certified by nim as a ron finished
by the secretary of the ward
club, to the managers, and shall constitute
the registration for said wards,
and only those Democrats whose
; names appear on th??se certified rolls
, shall be permitted to vote.''
1112 Main Street
' booas More
I VT V V 11
to make th s
ig Store" of
I Main Street
r ? ^
Labo Corsets, I
lie best lines made,
3 in stock, 50c., $1.00
Blanket Sale. I .
akets, special pr. $3.19
an Sweep Sale
waters, Aviation Caps,
etc. * e
CO no TTOIiio Vinoirtr
vy^.v<k/ vaiu^ iiv^a.vjr
If no candidate for the office of
mayor or for alderman or for trustee
of the graded schools in a ward, or
nnmmiooirtnor nf WrtrltS
AVi WlUiUlOOiVAlV/i Vl
shall have received a majority of votes
at such election, a second election for
the nomination of mayor, or for alderman,
or for trustee of the graded
schools, or for commissioner of public
&orks, as the case may be, shall be
held on Friday, November 29, 1912,
under these rules, at which second
election only the two candidates who
receive the highest votes at the former
election for the respetive offices shall
be voted for; and, provided further, in
the event tlfere should be a tie at the
second primary for mayor, or alder-'
ri-n trnctwx! of the srraded
i-U^ULj V4 V* MtSW-ww w ~ w
schools or commissioner of public
works, a third primary shall be held,
Tuesday, December 3, 1912.
The candidates are assessed as follows
Commissioner of public works, $7.50.
School Trustees. $5.00.
No pledge will be accepted from any
candidate unless the proper assefcsm?i
t is paid at the time of filing his
Managers will call for boxes, tickets
and instructions at the office of the
rrhA UomM and News
sct'icun; 1U A no ?
building on the afternoon preceding
each election, between 3 p. m. and 6
By order of the executive committee.
0. B. Mayer,
E. H. Aull, Chairman.