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the result as now provided by law,
* and shall provide separate box for
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing
an Amendment to Article X of the
Constitution by Adding Thereto
Section 16, to Empower the Cities
of Anderson, Greenwood and Towns
of Bensettsyille, TimmonsYille and
Honea Path t? Assess Abutting
Property for Permanent Improve
Section 1. Constitutional Amendment
Tor assessment of abutting
property for street improvement in
Anderson, Greenwood, Bennettsville,
Timmonsivil'le and'Honea Path.?"Be it
resolved by the general assembly of
the State of South Carolina, That the
following amendment to article X
be agreed to by two-thirds of the
members elected to each! house, and
entered on the journal, respectively,
with yeas and na'ys taken thereon,
toand to be submitted to the qualified
electors of the State at the next genAmi
altwH/vn + hi at m 'fit (vr fV\r r?n ro.
sentatives, to wit: A<M t)he (following
section to article X of the constitu
tion, to 'be, and be known as, Section
V Section 16. The general assembly
W may authorize the cities of Anderson,
Greenwood and Towns of Bennettsville,
Timmonsville and Honea Path
to levy an assessment upon abutting
property for the purpose of paying
for permanent improvements on
streets and sidewalks immediately
abutting such property: Provided,
That said improvements foe ordered
only upon the written consent of a
majority of the owners of property
abutting upon the street, sidewalk
or part of eitli'er proposed to be improved,
and upon condition that said
corporate authorities shall pay at
least one-half off the costs of such
Sec. 2. That those electors at the
said election voting in favor of the
said amendment sflialil deposit a ballot
with the following words plainly !
written or printed thereon: "Amend- j
ment to Article X of the State constitution
by adding: Section 16. emDow- i
erLug the cities of Anderson, Greenwood
and towns ol BennettsvilLe,
Timmonaville and Honea Patlii: to assess
abutting property for permanent
improvements?Yes." And those voting
against t?e said amendment shall
deposit a ballot wifih the following
words plainly written or printed thereon:
"Amendment to Article X of the
State constitution^ by adding Section
16, empowering the cities of Anderson,
Greenwood and tow.ns of Bennettsville,
Timmonsville and Honea
Pa:th to assess abutting property for
permanent improvements?No." Provided,
That the act of the general
assembly putting in force this amendment
shall not he operative in the
A M J J XT 1
cuy 01 ALLuer?U'Xi cuhi uit? wwn on
' Honea Path until the same be submitted
to the qualified electors of
said city and town for approval.
The following managers of election
have been appointed to hold the election
at various precdncts in the said
Township >'o. 1.
Courthouse?J. H. Baxter, D. F.
Piter, J. Cbesley Baminiok.
Newberry Cotton Mills?J. E. Franklin,
G. W. Hi'ller, 0. L. iCook.
jMollohon Cotton Mill?H. W. Welch,
/ C. A. Cameron, Sam Mills.
Oakland Cotton Mill?R. C. Williams,
M. S. Bodie, C. P. Wofford.
-Helena?B. E. Julian, Weldh Wil
r~~ bur, L. I. Long.
Township >'o. 2.
(Mt. Bethel?Sinn Price, Sam Rikard,
Garmany Academy?J. J. H. Brown,
Tnomas Fo-iV Jno. T. C:*ner.
T?>v. iisliij) -No. 3.
Glyoaspliville?J. L. Henderson, J. S.
J. Suber, Will Crooner.
iMfl.\1hinfcon?F IF. (WiMtn-ev. T. J. Ei
son, J. R. Thomas.
Township So. 4.
Whitmire?T. E. Eison, J. D. O'DeM,
T. H. Watson.
Betfiii Eden?T. H. Crooner, R. C. Carlisle,
W. M. SuT?er.
Township So. 5.
Jalapa?Jas. S. Biokley, Hix Conj
ner, Nolan Sligh.
Kinards?S. B. Evans, Olin Fellers,
William M. Moates.
Township No. 6.
Longshores?E. S. Schroder, D. It.
Pitts, B. R. Guinn.
I Township No. 7.
Williams' Store?A. P. Coleman, Leo
Hamilton, J. B. Scurry.
Township No. 8
Silverstreet?B. M. Havird, D. G.
Livingston, W. P. Blair.
Utopia?J. A. Foy, Henry 'S. Chapman,
Walter L. Buzhardt.
Township "So. 9.
I Prosperity?a. a. JNionols, waiter
Wise, Berry Livingston.
Hendrix Mill?Jacob A. Bowers, J.
H. Koon, 0. E. .Wessinger.
Slighs?J. S. Waits, J. B. Kempson,
C. L. Counts.
Township >o. 10.
Central?C. W. Seybt, J. I). Koon.
J. B. Aull.
Little Mountain?A. C. W; eeler. W.
B. Shealy, J. K. Derrick.
Union Academy?J. IM. Wilson. Geo.
S. Enlow, Pink Long.
Jolly Street?W. B. Boinest, J. A.
C. Ki'bler, M. R. Singley.
Township No. 11.
Pomaria?G. B. Aull, W. D. Hatton,
St. Philips?Ben Haiiacre, Barnes
Peister, Perry H. Kinard.
Walton?J. B. Hentz^ C. 0. Crooks,
The managers at each precinct
named above are requested to dele
gate one of t;ieir numiber to secure
boxes and blanfcs for the election any
time alter Wednesday, .2Sth day of
October, 1914, at J. W. White's store.
J. 0. Havird,
J. P. Harmon,
J. G. Holier,
Pnm.m icc i.nn.OT*C! i\> Qitota a "i Omiriitv
V' VJ i iilll 1 o K? 1 U A O V/i k/iw?v\./ U..1U
('Elections for Newberry County, S.
October 10th. 1914.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Notice is iiereby given that the
general election for United States sen
ator ana representative in congress
will be 'held at the voting precincts
fixed1 .by law in the county of Newberry
on Tuesday, Novemlber 3, 1914, said
day being Tuesday following the first
Monday, as prescribed by the State
The qualifications for suffrage are
Residence in State for two years, in
the county one year, in tine polling
precinct in which the elector offers to
vote, 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
<af>nnr?l<i sl'ml-l 'ho pritiflorl tr\
after six months' residence in the
State, otherwise qualified.
Registration?Payment of all taxes,
including poll tax, assesed and collectible
during the previous year.
Tie production of a certificate or the
receipt ol. the officer authorized to collect
such taxes shall be conclusive
proof of the payment thereotf.
Before t'ce hour fixed for opening
the polls managers and clerks must
take and subscribe to the constitu
tional oath. The chairman of the
board of managers can administer the
oath to the otter managers and to ihe
clerk; a notary public must administer
the oath to chairman. The managers
elect their chairman and clerk.
Polls at each 'voting place must be
opened at 7 o'clock a. m., and closod
at 4 o'clock p. m., except in the city
of Charleston, where they shall be
opened at 7 a. m., and closea at 6
Trie managers have the power to fill
a vacancy; and if none of the managers
attend, tlii'e citizens can appoint,
from among the qualified voters, the
managers, who after being sworn cau
conduct the election.
At the close o'f the election, the man
agers and clerk must proceed publicly
to open the ballot boxes and count
t'he ballots therein, and continue without
adjournment until the same is
completed, and make a statement of
the result for each office, and sign the
same. Within t'hree days thereafter,
the chairman of the board, or some
oue ut?sigii<iueu uy me uoaru, 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 o: election ihave been appointed
to hold the election at the
various precincts in the said county:
Court House?J. R. Davidson, Dr. W.
A. Fallaw, C. E. Buzhardt.
(Xewfberr?y Mills?T. B. Krbl-er, W.
B. Johnson, B. C. Shealy.
Mollohon Mills?Ed. Stilwell, . B.
Pilgrim, iW. S. Jones.
r\r* 1-1 ^ ~ ,1 m T? /"! -1 1.1 -*?r /~i m n
vyu,njicuru x. Jr. uaiupDOl'l, 1V1. U. "I'lQwell,
L. A. Land.
Helena?B. F. Goggans, Joe Willbur,
F. G. Spearsn.
Township >'o. 2.
Mt. Betbel?J. ,T. Felker, J. C. Baker,
J. A. Sease.
Gar.many Academy?D. A. Livingston,
J. E Sease, J. T. Xorris.
Township No. 3.
Mayibinton?J. 01. Henderson, J. B.
McCollum, W. H. Eison.
Glym'pville?Walter C. Su'ber, Jotn
Cramer, J. H. Adams.
Township >"o. 4.
Whitmire?S. A. Jeter. P. B. Odp'11
S. B. Sims.
Beth Eden?C. T. Cromer, G. E.
Brock, J. C. Craps.
Township >'o. 5.
.TaIqtiq T T? F r\d or T^r* T T\/r 'PrvlL
v wvAMijkyw w JLV, X y *-* 1 *> T T , JL \/liVj
W. C. Sligh.
Kinards?J. A. Dominiok, Geo. :W.
Senn, Munson B. Davis.
Township >o. 0.
Longshores?A. R. Dorr oil, G. A.
j Long, J. S. Floyd.
Township No. 7.
i Williams' Store?J no. W. Sanders, A
| L. Dominick, John Murran.
Township No. S.
SiLvierstroet?H. C. Lake, Claud BerI
ry, J. P. Blair, Sr.
Utopia?A. M. Nichols, P. S. Living|
ston, .1. M. Alenvine.
Township No. 9.
t-? c ri O A tl
r~i ii.y?o. *_/. A. ii.
Hawivins, M. M. Mills.
Hendrix Mill?S. W. ?inard. Geo H.
j Livingston, G. E. Dominick.
Slighs- Geo. A. Counts, E. R. Shealy,
j Lawrence E. Kempson.
Townsliin No. 10.
I Jolly Street?J. M. Hijlor, G. T. Kin
lard, B. B. Rikard.
| Central Sclioolhouse?)A. L. Aull, B.
!,S Wicker J. A. Counts.
i Li'ttle Mountain?J. E. 9heal<y, S. E.
: Poland. P. R. Huffman.
Union Academy?P. B. Banks, Forj
rest Wicker, D. W. Bouknight.
Township >*o. 11.
Pomiaria?W. B. Counts, J. W. ?iewine,
W. E. Koon.
St. Philips?J. L. Ruff, L. H. Sease,
i A. K. Kibler.
i Walton?W. H. Folk, J. D. Crooks,
J. M. Harmon.
TVip ni!infl?prt: at pflp.h nr AP.in^t nam
ed above are requested to delegate one
: o':' t)':eir number to secure the 'boxes and
1 lanks for the election any time after
j Wednesday, October 28, 1914, at P. F.
! Baxters Undertaking Parlors.
Chas. W. Douglas
Luther A. Tew,
G. L. Seas?,
Commissioners of Federal Election for
i Xftvihprrv (Vvnnt.v. S C,.
October 10, 1914.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Court of Common Pleas.
Katie Bell Triibible, in her own right
and as Adrminis'tratrix of the Dersonal
, estate of Samuel Tribble, deceased,
Fleda Wilson, Lula Sanders and Hal- ;
lock Tribble, Plaintiff,
Viola Gilder, Redmond Gilder, Lora j
"No need for me u
to break my back
"1 can always see
what I am doing A
and how fast my ^
oven is baking.
"You can hardly re:J:>
difference it makes ii
"When it comes to cor
fuel, and space, this ran
"It is two stoves in onerange.
"It cooks our meal3 and hez
than any other lv. m ^ in the
"Think of it?burns either
They are all cheap fuels an
supper will keep our rooms
*\A xt TO oclr
VVlldL lllUiC tUUiU vv\_ uoi.
?? "WE SEL
Gilder, Samuel T. C. Tribble, 'McLine
Theoda Triable, Uless Tribble, Aracue
Tribble, Messy Marie Tribble, Aletha 1
Tribble, Hilton Tribble, Mitchell Tribhlp
snrl "RpHmrmH Trihitvlp if he be I
alive, and if the said Redmond Tribble
be dead his 'heirs-at-law, next o't kin,
legatees and devisees, whose names
and residences are unknown to tihe
To the Defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and re- !
quired to answer the complaint in
this action, of which a copy is herewith
served upon you, and to serve a
copy olf your answer to the said complaint
on the subscribers at their office
at. Nftwbprrv. South. Carolina, i
within twenty days after the service
hereof, exclusive of the day of suchservice;
and if you fail to answer t'he 1
complaint within Hbe time aforesaid,
the plaintiffs in this action will apply ;
to the Court for the relief demanded j
in the complaint.
Blease and Blease,
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
Dated at Newlberry, S. C., October
Notice to Non-Resident Defendants:
To the non-resident defendants,
Mitchell Triable, and to Redmond i
Tribble, if he be alive, and if the said
Redmond Trdbble be dead then to the ;
heirs-at-Iaw, next of kin, legatees and ;
devisees of the said Redmond Tribble, i
u'bose names and places of residence |
Notice is hereby given to you and \
each o'f you that tfn-e summons and |
complaint in this action were on the '
7th day of October, 1914, filed in the
office of the Court of Common Pleas j
frtv \T;orar'hoT?T>'0' Cnnn+rr Srm+fh PnTfvlinP !
?'VI? J V/V IjULk'lsJ j WUV** -W w - - , and
tli? same are now on file there, !
and you and each, of you are hereby
required to answer the safd complaint
and to serve a copy of your said an- :
swer on the unaerisgned as required !
in the foregoing summons, a copy of j
which is hereby) served upon you by i
publication, as ordered by the Clerk i
of tlhe Court of Common Pleas for I
Newberry County, on this day.
Blease and Blease,
Newberry, S. C., October 7th, 1914.
Sii^H I I ?4 11
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V i^ee the name
inliW "Cole's" on
fcifVIl the oven 1
;s what z.
> TTTAvl r f A llOTT?i O
jl iny vv uij\ no.v ^ cx
ivenience, economy of
ge is a perfect wonder.
?a combined heater and
i r * 'J
its our rooms on less iuei
soft coal, slack or lignite,
d the coal that cooks our
warm an nigiu.
cm make YOUR work I I
'.asicr in the same way.
7 7 f * 7
would certainty mean
t deal to you. I J
L THEM" w .. *
We are pi
Clothing, and SI
that we have ev<
ing but from the
in all lines. We
better values thi
So when in need
our prices. We
dren's, Misses' a
than any shoes \
to sae us.
From now until
one cent per po
for good middl
pll ill Concer
V^\B0\ ' big 0211
N / wak * ' *"* 3 \ P J
/ SiV("ry.y.iA for a d
hg""*'1 inf erioi
In Powdered Lj
teen ounces for a
ounces in some othe
Every can warranted^ full s
pure, Concentrated Lye?mars i
A big leader for soaj
Can saponifies eight pound
soft soap you ever used.
I ntfipr ten cent can. Mend!
(making the best soap.
Try Mendleson's Lye for ot
getting the grease out of sinks ar
germs, for disinfecting, for treatii
can proves that for every use tht
1 tnrrrfh more of the best Lyt
J. W. Kibler i
G. W. Thorn]
W. P- Derrick & (
J. G. Setzle
repared to serve
ers and geneial
one ot the best
ioes, Hats, and Shirts
5r shown. We show nothi
are determined to give
an we have ever done,
of Clothing, Shoes, Hats
, see our lines and get
make a specialty of Chilnd
Boys' Shoes?the Busr
stand more hard knocks
ve have ever sold. Come i
Clotnht-r 1 5th we will nav
? ? .. - '? I?t/
und above market price
ing cotton on accounts
44A Dime Buys
n 1 i , .
( of pure, strong doua :
itrated Lye in Mendleson's j
i. You get only sixteen
in the cans others sell you
ime, and many of them are
r in quality to Mendleson's.
^1 -aaIIb ?Atl fftv_ I
re, lvienuicsuii ocuo jrvu ?ia- ?
dime against the twelve _
r dime cans. <
e Lye?Same Old Price v
trength. No fillers. No adulterants. Just
ill. Three cans solid Lye for a quarter.
? making. The big: Twenty-Ounce
s of grease, making the best hard or
rhat beats the best record of any
eson's Can gives full directions for
;her things?for cleaning, for scouring, for
id drains, for driving away dirt and disease
3 rvAiil f rp Tfiafc aba I
32f nogs ana citruig iui pua<u^. VM. ,
jre's nothing so good as ?
: AND STRONG
? fnv n dime at any of the following dealers * J
""" ~ - - I
z Co., Newberry, S- C.
json, Whitmire, S. C.
C.n. ProsDeritv. S. C.
? ? 7 * ? #
'q., Little Mountain, S. C.
jr, Whitmire, S. C.