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IfcsT KEEP RACES
r SEPARATE IX CARS
fecesary Partitions Must be Install.
ed in Interurban Coaches Within
Columbia, Dec. 13.?The railroad
ommission yesterday adopted a re
flolution allowing tne mteruroan ranrays
six months in which to provide
separate coaches for negroes. The
esolution unanimously adopted, was
ntroduced by John G. Rchards, Jr.,
chairman of the commission. The
ommission holds that there shall be
uch substantial partitions in the
ars as will "provide for the actual
rid physical separation of the races/'
"The resolution is the result of some
omplaints as to negroes riding in the
ars of the Augusta-Aiken line,'' said
k McDuffie Hampton, member of the
Chairman Richards said yesterday
Maiscussing the resolution that he had
conferred with the attorney general's
I office and found that it was within the
K power of the commission to issue
H such an order.
The following is the resolution
^ adopted by the commission:
V "Whereas in the judgment of the
railroad commissioners it is deemed
reasonable and expedient in order to
U^romote the security, convenience and
accommodation of the public, that the
W races should be separated, and the
F cars or coaches of interurban railways
and railway companies, whether
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Steam, Giccuicuy or uuuci y\j *t ti uv
ft used, engaged in this State as comI
mon carriers of passengers for hire
l should be divided Into separate com[
partments for the accommdoation of
I white and colored passengers by
MKieans of partitions, sliding doors, or
Win such manner as will provide for
the actual and physical separation of
Bthe races in said cars and coaches,
M^and that will meet with the approval
W of the railroad commissioners,
f "Be it resolved by the railroad com'
missioners, That all interurban rail
I way$ and railway companies, wnetner
steam, electricity or other power be
used,, engaged in this State as common
carriers of passengers for hire,
sh?Jl furnish separate compartments
or cabins in the cars and coaohes of
said railway" for the accommodation
of wfcite and-colored passengers; said
cars or coaches to be divided, subject
to the approval of the railroad commissioners,
into separate compart
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stantial partitions op sliding doors,
and in such manner as will provide
fc lor tie actual and physical separation
of the races in said cars or
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"The provisions of this order shall
not apply to any car or coach which
is used exclusively for transporting
white passengers, or to any car or
coach which is used exclusively for
transporting colored passengers.
"Resolved further. That the railin
miestion be and are hereby
given six months from this dale to put
into operation the provisions of these
I KGE VOTE 0> PROHIBITION.
Editor, of. Baptist. Courier. Unanimously
Tote ou Liqnor Asked.
Bennettsville,; Dec. 9.?Rev. Dr.
Dr. Z. T. Cody, of Greenville, editor
of the Baptist Courier, was to-day
imonimniiciv plated riresident of the
State Baptist convention, which convened
here in the First Baptist church
at 10 o'clock. F. X. Bailey, superintendent
of Ahe Bailey Military Institute
at Greenwood, and Major T./T.
Hyde, of Charleston, were elected vice
presidents. Rev. Charles A. Jones was
elected secretary, Rev. Edw. S. Reaves
assistant, C. B. Bobo, treasurer and
James A. Hoyt, auditor.
The address of welcome on be
half of Bennettsville was made by Mr.
D. D. MeColl, Jr. The response was
by Rev. E. Pendleton Jones, of Newberry.
The convention unanimously adopted
the 'report of the committee on
temperance recommending a memorial
to ;the legislature to submit the
question of state-wide prohibition to
an election to be held next April.
The sentiment of the convention
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appeared to De strong iui
? COLLEGE JiOTES. <S>
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Clemson College, Dec. 10.?The
Clemson College band gave an entertainment
last Saturday night in
the college achpel. A large crowd was
present, and every one enjoyed the
music very much. The cadet band is
one of oar students organizations.
,Miss Mildred Rutherford, of Athens,
Ga;, gave an interesting talk last Sunday
night about her travels in the
East. She came in behalf of t>e
Y. M. C. A. Also on Monday morning
she gave a lecture to the corps or
cadets about the history of South
j Carolina; the first class peroia being
[dispensed with owing to her talk. She
is indeed an able speaker.
Tattle Ben. son of Prof. S. M. Martin,
had the misfortune of getting shot
ill negotiate a long
lasonable rate of*
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A TO THE ttOKitlJt* AAA
Five years ago I was so troubled
with kidney trouble and inflamation of
the bladder that I had to lease wording
my farm. Life looked dark to me
until I heard of Dr. Kilmer's Swj.mpRoot
through a cured friend. I tried
a bottle and began to feel better at
ionce. After using five or six bottles
I felt fine and have continued to work
|as I had before my affliction.
| I want to state that Dr. Kilmer's
I(3warnv-Root is a kidney medicine that
| will cure and I owe my good work
; during the past five or six years to
Yours very truly,
C. W. MORRIS.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 27tli day of March, 1912.
0. B. Gordon,
; This is to certify that Mr. u. w.
Morris has bought Swamp-Root at
this store in the past.
Adam Guthrie, Jr.,
Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., BinghamtoiL,
Prove What Swamp-Root Will' Do For
' Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size j
bottle. It will convince anyone. You I
: will also receive a booklet of valuable
information, telling about the kidjneys
and bladder. When writing, be
; sure and mention the Newberry Semij
Weekly Herald and News. Regular
i fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles
for .sale .at all'drug stores.
! Dec. 12-3t.
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SEE OUR LINE
Making Your Purchase
We have some good bargains
to offer you
, Our Stock is New and
j x Complete.
Come in and let us show
Xmas Cards, Xmas Stai
tionery, Tourist Writing
! Tablets, Manacure Sets ih
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and Boxes, Toilet Sets,
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Comb and Brush Sets, Jewelry,
Perfumery, T oys,
P. E. WAY,
(The People's Drug Store.) /
944 Main Street.
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A Consumptive Cough.
A cough that bothers you continually
is one of the danger sign&ls which
warns of consumption. Dr. King's
New Discovery stop tile cough, loosen
the chest, banish fever and let you
| sleep peacefully. The first dose checks
the symptoms and gives prompt re1
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Iowa, writes: "Dr. King's New Disj
covery cured a stubborn cough after
; six weeks' doctoring failed to help."
( Try it, as it will do the same for you.
| Best medicine for coughs, colds,
throat and lung troubles. Money back
| if it fails. Price 50c. & $1.00. All
j druggists, by mail, H. E. Bucklfcn &
Co. Philadelphia or St lonis.
in his right eye by an air rifle. Several
of the little fellows were playing one
evening last week when one of the
little boys accidentally shot little Ben
| in his eye with the rifle. He is in the
j Columbia hospital for treatment. The
j physicians say that there is no possible
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! fear that his left eye will also go
\ Y\'e are all very busy this week
studying and reviewing for examina- i
tions which begin Monday morning.1
Xext week will sure be a week of hard
work, and will require the burning of
idnight oil". Our Christmas vaca!
1' '! b -_ins on Saturday, Doc. 20th,
Is an Friday. Jan. 2, 1914. Of
Are Easily Solv
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that would he suita
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jiggft goods; and we will t
gffig inshowing you throi
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coure we are all looking forward to a
happy Christmas vacation. |
Fancy Articles for Sale. 1 We Pay I
The Philathea class of the H
First Baptist Churca will ^ swin; Sjjl
have fapcy articles for sale at jj IB
Anne 0. Ruff and Co's., store hh:n I jj j]
Thnr^^v T^ofomhpr 11. until Christ-! va Dnn'f 0ive vour profits a\
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mas. Don't miss this opportunity of, jid money next day. We pay]
securing a suitable uresent for vour j ll Beeswax, Tallow and old >
friend * * " |j|| mentnow. Send for Price
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To Cure a Coiu .n One t)?iy j
Take LAXATIYF B7IOVO Quinine. It stops t! ^
Cough and :::i works off the Ce! f?V?' **7*=
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and get the
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at very sitaall cost,
f by sending for it.
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iighest Cash Prices for II
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vay?ship direct to us by expresfc and get your ||j
nriroc fnr <src>f>T\ and drv hides of all kinds |5?|
letals, old Rubber and Furs. Try us with a ship- [fl
:arolina hide & junk co. jj
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