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NtLite of South Carolina?Executive
Wiereas information has been received
a: this department that divers
persons, in various parts of the State
of Sou h aCrolina, are endeavoring .o
procure ot.ier persons o vote t r or J
against certain candidates in the pri"i5"'
ivhir-h r > be held on
the rwentv-fifth day of Angus A. D.
one thousand nine hundred and f ur- j
teen, by the payment, or promise of
money, or other articles o:' value, by
threats, inistrea ment. abuse and in'
tlmida ion. in violation of the Statute
Laws o:* the State of S )U h /Carolina, j
k in such case made and provided, as j
i <?ivw /if 1912.
1 VUC "1 JUC1 IT Ul ??"?*! v J y
"Section 360. Bribery at Elections. 1
?If at any electio. hereafter held!
within this State, whether general,
special or primary, for members of j
the Congress of tae Uni ea Sia es, j
members of the Legislature of this
State, Sheriff, Clerk, Judge of Probate,
or any other county officer. Mayor and
Aldermen cf any city, In endant and I
Wardens o' any incorporated town, '
officers of the Militia or volunteer J
organizations cf the State, or at any
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any person shall, by the payment, de
livery or promise of money, or other j
article of value, procure another to j
vote for or against any particular can- \
didate or measure, the person so;
promising and the person so voting, |
shall each be guilty of a misdemeanor, j
and upon convictions thereof, shall, ,
? for the first offense, be fined in any
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ksuni noi ItJSS Uctu live "uiiui uui j
lars nor more than five hundred dollars,
and imprisoned for any period
of time not less than one month nor
more than six mon hs; and, for the
second offense, shall be fined in any
sum not less than five hundred del,
lars, nor more tha i five thousand dollars,
and imprisoned for any period
of time not less than three months
nor more than twelve months."
"Sec ion ?5t>i. (jnermg to nwuic
Voters by Bribery,?If at any election,
as in Section 359 of this Chapter, any
person shall offer or promise 'o procure
another, by <he payment, delivery
or promise of money, or other
article of value, \o vo::e for or against
any particular candidate or measure,
or shall offer or propose, for the consideration
of money or other ar:icle i
of value paid, delivered or promised, j
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IO VOlt; 1UI Ui dgaiuoi yuii.>vu'u.
candidate or measure, such person so
offering to procure or vote shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemaanor, and, j
upon conviction thereof, shall be fined ,
and imprisoned, at the discretion of
"Section 362. Misdemeanor to Obtain
Votes by Bribe or Threat.?A;
or before every political primary elec0
tion held by any political party, or
rganiza:ion or association, for the purpose
of choosing candidates for office,
or the election of delegates to conventions,
in this State, any person
who shall, by threats or any other
form of intimida ion, or by the payment,
delivery, or promise of money,
or o her article cf value, procure or
(offer, promise or endeavor to procure, |
another to vote for or against any particular
candidate in such election, or
tv ho si all, for such consideration, of- I
fer to so vote shall be guilty of a mis-,
T\?;nVinrr "Within :
"iSGCllUIl OOO. LJi. HI rv. nig, iiikuiu ,
>Iile o?. Voting Precinct Unlawful.? j
It s'-all be unlawful hereafter for any!
I person to sell, barter or give away!
I or treat any voier t:> a:iy mal or in-,1
^xicating liquor within one mile of j
B, any voting precinct during any pri-;
B znary or other election day, under a
M penalty, upon convic ion thereof, of;
not m:re than o:;e hundred ($100> i
f dollars, nor more than thir y (30) days
imprisonmen with lab:r." I
"Section 367. Abusing Voters, Ere..
?If any person shall at any of :lie i
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demons m <tnj ?uiU ,
polling precinct, threaten, mistrca', or I
abuse any voter, with a view to con- j
;rol or intimidate him in the free ex-,
ercise of 'his right cf suirage, such j
offender shall suffer fine and inipris- |
men', at the discretion of the Court.'':
"Section 369. Assult, Etc., on Ac- j
count of Political Opinions.?Whoever
shall assault or intimidate any citizen j
because of political opini-ons or tiie:
exercise of political rights and privileges
guaranteed to every citizen of
tbe United States by the Constitution
and Laws thereof, or by tbe Constitu- j
tion and Laws o: his State, cr for such j
reaso-n, discharge such ci'.izen from
f employment or occupation, or eject
' such from rented house or land or
?ther property, such person shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and,
f on ocnvicuon :ner?or, De nnea nut less
than fifty nor more than one hundred
dollars, or be imprisoned not less
than three months or more than one
year, or bo h-, at the discretion of the |
Now, Therefore, I. Cole. L. Blease,;
Tie IHC Line T TSE Inte
"ffl&SS" U handle
Binders, Respers ll^ht hailling
Header*, Mowera ... .
Rakes, Stackers hauling and <
Hav Loaders 1 * _ C
Hay Presses LIie I
corn machines the tune on tl
Planters, Pickers , , i
Binders, CnWvatori Up-10-Cln.te DU
Mm* sSm rational moto
TILLAGE trucks cost comp
Peg, Spring-TooiB, horses and wago:
SHSSX " Their solid tir
GENERAL LINE wheels are high
Oil and Gas Engine* 'file motor is S1I
Cream Separator? lgllltioU SVStem
Farm Wagons the Car. " Sprin
Th0r?rher?UC " International is I
Grain Drills Let US show \
Feed (binders tfUCk will do for
MrTrt? logues and full ii
i Internationa! Harvester
ISlj bjffl) Columbia
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Even Most Chronic Sufferers
Find Relief After A Few
A pq Talfen
z-' uow r^iv * MUVM
Backache, urinary disorders, and
rheumatism, are caused from weak,
inactive kidneys, which fail to filter
out the impurities and keep the blood
pure, and the only way on earth to
premanently and positively cure such
troubles, is to remove the cause.
The new discovery, Croxone, cures
such conditions because it reaches
the very roots of the disease. It
soaks right into the stopped up, in- |
active kidneys, through the walls and i
linings; cleans out the little filtering
cells and glands; neutralizes and dissolves
the poisonous uric acid substances
that lodge in the joints and
muscles to scratch and irritate and
cause rheumatism; it neutralizes the
urine so it no longer irritates the
tender membranes of the bladder,
and cleans out and strengthens the
stopped up, lifeless kidneys so they
filter and sift all the poisons from
governor of tli State of S:uth Carolina,
in order that justice may be done
and the majes y of the lav/ upheld, do
hereby offer a reward of one hundred
($100.00) dollars, er.ch, for the first j
:en (10) convictions cf any persons, j
who shall be found guilty, under said
laws, provided said ten (10) convictions
shall be had in ten (10) different
counties of said Stae.
In Testimony Hereof, I nave hereto
set my hand and caused the Grea:
Seal ex: the State to be affixed, at Columbia,
:his fi:st day cf June A. 1).
one thousand nine hundred and four- j
tee:), and in the one hundred and ;hir- |
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ty-eignm year 01 me muepyiiuciiue ui i
the United States of America.
(Signed.) C^le. L. P.lease
By The Governor:
(Signed) R. M. McCown,
Secretary of S ate.
I). Ike Siiealy.'
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Lexington, June 1.?D. Ike Shealy,!
Confederate veteran, progressive
farmer and good citizen, a resident cf;
Peak, died suddenly of heart failure,
on the second floor of :*he Home Xa- [
tional Bank building in this tc/wn at j
o'cl ck this af ernoon. Mr. Shealy
drove to Lexington this morning in
c mpany with his son, G. Holly
Shealy, a member of the registration
b:ard of this coun y. He had jusi .
left the residence of Fra^.k W. Shealy j
and had gone to tie second floor of'
the building with George H. Koon,
member of the Lexington county dispensary
board. A few minutes later i
his son went into tte building for his
father and he found him 5:i a sitting -
posture with his head resting on his ;
elbow. A physician was summoned, I
but life was extinct. I
Mr. Shealy. who was about 68 !
years of age, leaves 'four sons and !
three daughters. T'aey are: L. Mag-J
nus Shealy, Collie M. Shealy, G. Hollie I
Shealy of Peak and Arthur I. Shealy, I
a telegraph operator at Ninety-Six;
Mrs. W. T. Shealy and Miss Ira Shealy
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brothers and three sisters as follows: J
Noah E. Shealy and J. Andrew Shealy '
of Caapin, Mrs. Drayton I. Long of
LL tie Mountain, Mrs. Geo. W. Swittenberg
of Newberry, Mrs. .John Sumnaer
and Mrs. Jacob Clarke of Colunbia.
Mr. Shealy was a member of Eichel- j
Merger's company in the War Between
rnational motor trucks to
your produce and for your
and note the decrease in your
delivery expense. Note also
n profit due to the saving- in j
le road. No wonder so many ;
siness men are buying Interr
trucks. International motor
aratively little to buy and less than
us to keep.
es cut down tire troubles, and the
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t Ci:UU?Ll IU UiSlUC guuu lldLUUH. I t
nple arid has plenty of power for j
tie brakes are safe on any hill. The j
is of the best. One lever controls
gs are strong and resilient. The
)uilt to save you money.
ou all tiiat an International motor
you. Drop a card today for catalformation
Company of America
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1TISH, QUICKLY VANISH!
the blood, and drive it out of the i
So sure, so positive, so quick and
lasting, are the results obtained from
the use of Croxone, that three doses
a day for a few days are often all
that is required to cure the worst
case 'of backache, regulate the most
annoying bladder disorders, and overcome
the numerous other similar
^ It is the most wonderful preparation
ever made for the purpose. 'It
is entirely different from all other
remedies. There is nothing else on
earth to compare with it. It is so
orepared that it is practicably imposMe
to take it into the human system
You can obtain an original package
of Croxone at trifling cost from any
first-class drug store. All druggists
are authorized to personally return
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tne purcnase price ir ^ruxunc laua tu
give desired results, -regardless of
how old you are, how long you have
suffered, or what else has failed to
cure you. \
Mr. Shealy was a prominent member
cf the Litttle Mountain Lu heran
church, being an ac ive worker. He
was also a prominent Mason. 'i ne
funeral will be held from his late
residence near Peak at 4 o'clock Tuesday
aJf.e-noon, the Rev. J. J. Long
officiating. The interment will follow
in the family burying ground.
Jesse Shealy, a son of :he deceased,
died only about three weeks ago;
GRO G WAS FIRST USED IN 1740.
Admiral Vernon Made .the First tf>
Keep His 3Ieu Sober.
Secretary Daniels' order prohibiting
alcoholic liquors on board ships of the
navv and &- navv yards has given rise i
to the questi n regarding the origin of J
the wcrd "grog."
Vice Admiral Verr^xj. of .the Brr ish i
squadron operating in the West Indies !
in 1740, tiie man for whom Washing-!
ton's home was named, issued an order j
from which the word "grog" originat- j
ed. His purposes was to regulate tiie j
naval rati n in order to improve the J
personnel, to remedy existing coadi-:
tions, and promote temperance.
Because of the demoraliza ion of: lie '
men hro::<rhr through over-indulsence I
w ~ ~ *" w I
in rum. the order providing for the use j
of diluted liquor was given. Accord- j
ing t) this order a quart of water bad ;
to be mixed with each pin! of :he "West j
Indian beverage, and tiie dsual ration j
was divided, half to be given before 11 '
o'clock in tne f:ren:on, and the other j
half to be given late in the afternoon. |
The men in :heir resem ment at the j
interference on ;he part of their superior,
ironically dubbed the diluted
drink "grog" in his honor, Admiral
Vernon had been nicknamed "Old
Gorg" because it was Ms custom to
wear a heavy siorm coat of "gros
grain," or, as the common English
from form *ras, "gorgram.''
Kansas Cii y S ar.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
THE DIAMOND BRAND. A
yyjkA Ladlwl Attk yoor Drogvlitt for A\
?pWyZr&&?k 'n Red and Gold mrtallIc\A^^
~Ty bcajca wiui r.iue Kiooon. \/
W Wj Take no other, ltuy of jour
X'J ~ (g AikiforCIU.CirE8.TEKS
I W Jf DIAMOND UK AND PILLM, for 25
\y ? years known as Best, Safest, Always ReliaWo
SOLO BY flRlJfifflSTs R/fpwufqc
Cures Old Seres, C?*er Remedies Won't Cure.
l lie worst cases, no matter 01 now lonii biauumt,
are curfd Ly the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Portei s nt:'er>,ic Heolir'' Oil. It relieve?
. -iiia ixi tue tiiuc. 25c, 50c, $i..
Swell Corns? Try
Greatest Corn-Cure World Has Ever
Known. "Gets" Corn Sure as Fate.
Thousands say "GETS-IT'' is simnlv
maeric. If you've tried nearly I
everything under the sun to get rid
of those corns, so much the better for
"GETS-IT." Corn freedom is yours
at last, not next week or next month,
but right liow! "GETS-IT"' goes after
corns as a crow does corn. There
nrp nn rnnrp Thick nlasters and sreasv
salves that don't remove, no more
files, razors and jabbers that make
corns grow. Put a few drops of'
"GETS-IT" on and see every corn
and callus shrivel and vanish. That's
rhe new way, the painless, sure, safe(
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quick way. uniy can uu
it. Apply it in 3 seconds.
Every druggist in the land sells
"GETS-IT," _oc a bottle, or send direct
by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago.
GETS-IT" is sold in Newberry by
W. G. Mayes and P. E. Way.
STATE Or SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY. -
BY C. C. Schumpert, Esquire, Probate
Whereas, Mrs. Beta L. Wright hath
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iliauc ouil/ IU JJH , ovj VJ.
of administration of the estate of and
effects of George A. Wright
These are theiefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred
and creditors of fae said George A.
Wright, deceased, that they be and appear
before me, in the court of probate,
to be held at Newberry, S. C.,
on 1st, next after publication!
thereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, |
to show cause, if any they have, why
the said administration should not be
Given under my hand, thW l*th day
o( May, Annon Domini, 1914.
C. C. Schumpert.
J. P. N. C.
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and see me before yo
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