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PROTEC1ION OF HOM
HIGHEST LAW OF MAN
SO DECLARES FOlWEIi GOVERNOR
IS AM)Eli.SO> SPEECH.
Cole. L. Blease flakes Address t'J Large
Audience Mainly Growers and
Workers of Cotton.
Special to Trie Herald and News.
Anderson, Dec. 20.?Former Governor
Cole. L. Blease on Saturday afternoon
addressed an informal gathering
of Anderson county farmers and cotton
mill workers which taxed the capacity
ot the courthouse auducrium. Mr.
Blease was in splendid form and was
greeted with enthusiasm ana usteneu
to with the closest attention.
The former governor said in opening
that he had addressed a great many
Anderson county audiences and spoken
here many times, but it was a pleasure
for him to come to Anderson and to
speak to our people. Anderson is
strictly a white man's county.
He had made a speech not many days
ago in another county for the purpose
nf nrovinsr that the white men of South
Carolina stood, above all things, for
the protection of the sanctity of white
women. Had the occurrence which
made that speech necessary happened
in Anderson county there would have
been only one man killed, and that a
man in form only?tne black beast Jult
Governor Please declared that the
verdict in Y -k made him feel proud
oin-ovc fait that when a
I Ii<iC UC uau amoju
negro brute put hands on our sacred
women the sooner he is under ground
the better. The York jury endorsee
his declaration made before the Condress
of Governors at Richmond a few
Speaking of law and order, Gov
ernor Blease said that he was bailee
as the lawless governor of South Carolina,
and drew a comparison betweei
unripr his, administra
XCL VT OUU Uiuv.1
tion and as it exists today. He wa<
lawless because he had paro'ed ant
pardoned. Others are paroling anc
pardonirg now, but the difference is 01
which side of the. fence the dog barks
He had paroled 1,700 convicts and hac
yet to see where the records showec
that one of them-had since been con
victed of crime. Judging from t*i<
crime rampant over the state during
the present year it would be bettei
to parole all those never convicted an<
then maybe they would, emulate the
good behavior of his paroled convicts
and we would have berter conditions
There ha.e been 15 criminal assault
by negroes in South Carolina this year
Seven wnite men have been shot bv
negroes in t'he last 90 days. The attorney
general's report for the year, mad*
up from the reports of solicitors, wil]
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^unequalled in the annals of the stale
If law and order means the turning o!
weak women and little children out ir
the snow and the night at tne behes'
of a corporation he did not want to b<
.the officer to do it or the -executive tc
lorder it done.
The best legal talent available was
used in an endeavor to Convict Is?iv
hower before a fair-minded court, anc
had a verdict of guilty been secura
you would have seen the front pages
of tae daily papers emblazoned witl
glaring headlines that law and ordei
had been vindicated and the constitu
tion upheld. But twelve wmte men
representative of the best white manhood
of the state, declared they believed
in the protection of white nomes above
all other things and the papers dismissed
it with a few paragraphs and
it was forgotten.
The papers had heralded as one oi
the principal acts of the present governor
this week at Charleston was to
parole a negro convict at the request
of a solicitor and a supervisor.
The night schools at mills of which
' so much is being said now are being
instituted und^r an act which he intro
duced when a state senator from Newberry.
During bis terms as governor
a, good many strike settlements were
brought about through the influence of
his office, without bloodshed or disorder,
though there was no hallaballo
made over it.
/The last legislature tried to fool the
people in the matter of tax assessment.
They made* a state levy of 5y2 mills,
assessed Vz mill for asylum and 1 mill
for old soldier's pensions ana saia tney
had not raised the levy. Then last
^ear Blease was governor the 5^4 mill
ievy covered everything. But the last
legislature in its extravagance and cre-' Ation
of useless offices, sought to dis
^uise the increase in taxation made
necessary to pay for their wastefulness.
"And what good have any of
these useless offices created by that leg
i&lature been?" asked the former governor.
"I challenge any member of
the legislature to meet me in joint debate
and prove where any of those
jobs do the taxpayers a dollar's worth
of good," he said, referring to over 50
paying jobs created.
n"VAnmr "RioacA cin'd that, had
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joein told there was a movement on
| foot to oust John L. McLaurm as head :
I of ?.he state warehouse commission and
put in its place John J. McMahan, a
j Columbia lawyer and politician, and
I said such a mo.ement was in the in-i
j terest of those who wanted to see tne 1
; system crushed. McLaurin gave to tne j
J people the warehouse system, it is the I
child of his brain. He is a 50 or 60
piow farmer and a grower of cotton
and liis interests and the interest of
the man who grows' one bale of cotton
are tne same. To place a lawyer
in charge would be a crime against the
farmer and the business man.
Mr. Blease said that he had come to I
Anderson on the invitation and to ad- j
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dress the Red Men and torn sometmng
of the aims, principles and benefits of
He complimented Sheriff J. H. M.
Asiiely very liighjy on. the splendid
manner in which he had handled the
recent strike situation in Anderson.
The address was concluded with an
eloquent p'ea for purity of the ballot
onh a stnV.tiirp of the vote seller. He
admonished his hearers to vote for
the principle and not for the man.
Burton School Entertainment.
The plays, "Ten 'Nights in a Bar,
room" and "Freezing a Mother-in-law,
?: will be given at the W. 0. W. hall near
Longshore on Wednesday evening, DeI
cember 22, 1915, by the Burton school.
; The curtain will be drawn promptly at
L 7:30. Everybody is welcome.
> me casx ox uuaracicis.
Ten Nights in a Barroom.
i Joe Morgan Forest Senn
, Simon Slade Masie Epting
t Romaine Ri-chard Maybin
[ Sample Switchel Walter Reeder
[ Willie Hammond Adger Longshore
1 Harvey Green Hugh Longshore
" n<1 3 ~ "D*?/\/\lro riniTl
r raniv siHut: uu^o vi-u*u.
r Mrs. Morgan.. .Miss Bessie Davenport
Mary Morgan Miss Carrie Williams
- Mehitable Cartwright.MissG-ladys Senn
Freezing a Mother-in-law.
i Mr. Watmuff Walter Reeder
Ferdinand Swift Hugh Longshore
5 Walter Litaerland Forest Senn
i Mrs. Watmuff Miss Rebecca Senn
I Emily Watmuff Miss Gladys Senn
A Freak of Xature.
j One of the oddest of nature's freaks
* " nf on an t r?f />Artl IT! tTl (
; Id LAIC IUJ VI C Ui V4 N/N/. ? ?
shape of a human hand. The cob, after
i the corn- grains were shelled off, is a
r good representation of the left hand.
. The "little finger" is slightly deformed,
I looking as if it had been crushed. The
> wrist and palm are almost perfect and
5 so are the other three fingers and
J thumb. The cob was well filled out
; and most of the grains were normal
size. The ear is about five inches long
r and grew on a stalk with two other
; This freak is at The Herald and
I News office and those who are inter
ested may see it at almost any time.
. It grew on the farm of Mr. M. P.
I Reeder of So. 5 township.
: LEXINGTON WOMAN MLL
' ENJOY THIS CHRISTMAS
WILL BE ABLE TO EAT DINNER
m A>P ?>JOY IT.
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; Wonders Wdrfced For Her* Her Musj
band, Brother aiid Sister, Says
Columbia, Dec. 10.?One of the Most
. noteworthy endorsements of a propria
i farv mpriirMriA i<? that ?ivpn Tanlan the
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, master medicine, by Mrs. J. T. Crapps
. of 2901 Wilson street, Columbia, wife
[ of a foreman at the Southern shops,
j She told of the remarkable benefit she,
I Jier husband, her sister, Mrs. IW. A.
Monts of Lexington, R. F. D. 1, and
her brother, J. E. Meetze, a prominent
business man of Brookland, had received
from taking this medicine.
Upon such convincing statements as
this by persons of high social standing
and of unquestioned integrity, is the
I unprecedented success of Tanlac based.
I TV> crfliri rplipf from n.1 armins- ^nndi
tions such as are mentioned in her;
statement is to prove almost conclu- j
sively the superior quality of the med-,
icine which brings the change.
Thus Mrs. Crapps told of her sister's
suffering and recovery:
"Mrs. Monts had severe stomach
trouble; her liver, bladder and kidneys
were in bad condition, and she
suffered intensely with rheumatism.
She was under medical treatment for
twenty years, and was very sickly during
the past eight years. She tried
many medicines, and consulted medical
men in distant states without avail.
At last, she declared she would take
no more medicine.
"After she began taking Tanlas, fol
lowing much pleading on our part, she
began to recover in a wonderful way.
In two weeks she 'had regained so
much of her strength that she was
able to do her housework. Two weeks
later she was really a new person.
She says she now feels like a girl,
and that there is no medicine like
"All of our family are over-joyed, for t
they hardly expected her to regain her
strength as she has."
i.\.lrs. Monts, when interviewed, gave
tlm fnllnvvhto- cfatpmpnt of nrai?? for'
"i wili try to tell you of the benefit j
Tanlac has been to me. 1 was- so weak |
I could lutrdliy walk any distance. !
When I tried to work, even ai light!
tasks, I became very nervous. I was j
restless at night.
"Before I took 'Tanlac, what I ate i
caused me intense suffering, so much
that I did not care to eat. Now, since
taking Tanlac, I enjoy my meals as 1
once did; I can sleep well and I feel
like getting up when morning comes. |
I hope Tanlac will do for others wha: |
it has done for me."
Mrs. Crapps said, regarding her con-j
dition and that of her husband, as
"Mr. Crapps and myself both are
taking Tanlac, and we ha.ve beefr greatly
benefitted. I have suffered much
with chronic appendicitis and kidney
trouble. M,y back and sides frequent-;
ly pained me intensely. My husband ;
suff-ered with loss of appetite and general
"I can not praise Tanlac too highly,
for it certainly has proven an invaluable
remedy for my family. My condition
is much better in every way
than before I -began taking Tanlac, and
my 'husband, too, has found it of great
i m? atooffjn'c. an/?Ar?pmfnt of iTanlac.
iU 1 . JXCTXZLCtK, O ^? w . 7
previously published, said he had
"gained ten pounds in three weeks"
while taking Tanlac.
Tanlac, the premier preparation, is
sold at Gilder & Weeks, Newberry;
Prosperity Drug Co., Prosperity; Little
Mountain Drug Co., Little Moun
tain. Price. $1 per bottle.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Newberry.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
The People's National Bank of Prosperity,
S. C., Plaintiff.
L. E. Kempson, F. 0. Kempson, M. H
Kempson, J. B. Kempson, the British
and American Mortgage Company,
the Newberry Savings Bank,
and the Tuscarora Fertilizer Company,
Aiy as order of the court herein
I will sell, at public^ auction, before
rvrmrt hrwiiKP ^onr at Newberry, S.
LilC VrfVU* b VMWV Vk w. _ _
C., within the legal hours of sale, on
salesday in January, 1916, the same
being the 3rd day of the month, to the
highest bidder the following described
j tract of land, to-wit:
Ail that piece, parcel or tract of land
lying and being situate partly in No. 9
and partly in No. 10 townships^ county
of Newberry, State of South Carolina,
I containing two hundred (200) acres,
more or less, bounded on the north
and west by lands of Joan A. Shealy
and Pinckney Wicker, on the east by
lands of J. A. Sligh and J. B. Kempson,
and on the south by lands of Bennett
;Miller and Andrew Counts; same being
j t^e identical tract of land conveyed to
1 L, E, and F. 0, Kempson by James B.
Kempson by deed dated November 9,
1909, and recorded in Deed Book No.
j 17, at page 535,
(Terms of sale; 0ti6?third of the
j uurchase money in cash, and the balance
in Ofle and two equal annual
installments; the credit portion to be
secured by a bond 6t the purchaser
and a mortgage of the premises sold,
the said bond and mortgage to provide
: for interest on said credit portion tfom
th? day of sale at the rate of eight
'per cent per annum, and also to provide
fof ten per cent attorney's fees
in case of collection or suit by an attorney,
and: for insurance on the
buildings on said premises, wh^h is to
j be assigned as additional collateral to
i the said mortgagee, With leare fo the
j purchaser to anticipate the payment of
I the credit portion in' whole or in part.
me purcnaser snaii oe required 10
immediately, upon the acceptance of ]
his bid, deposit with the master one j
hundred dollars as evidence of good'
j faith in his hid; and in case he fails to j
deposit said amount, the land will be j
iesold at once at the risk of the former
purchaser. The purchaser will be required
to comply with the terms of I
said sale within ten days after the date |
oi sucn saie; ana in case ne iaiis to i
do so the master will resell said land
on some convenient salesday thereafter,
after due and legal advertisement,
at the risk of the former purchaser,
on the same terms as specified
above. The purchaser will be required
to pay for all papers, recording of
same and for the necessary revenue
stamps for said papers.
H. H. RIKARD,
Master for Newberry County.
THE STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The Newberry Savings Bank, Plaintiff,
The Silverstreet Warehouse Company,
A* T-L 4
Pursuant to an order of the court1
herein, I will sell at public outcry to
the highest bidder at the court house :
in the town of Newberry, in said coun- j
ty and state, on salesdav, the first:
i'v onday, in January. 1916, the follow- j
ing described property, to-\vit:
"All that lot of land situate in the
county of Newberry, within the corporate
limits of the town of Silverstreet,
in the State of South Carolina, containing
two and % (2%) acres, more
or less, bounded by lands of or formerly
of estate of Thos. J. Maffett, deceased;
B. M. Havird, by Main street
rvf ooiri tnwn and hv land formerly of
wi- oufiu tv ?* u v.
Maggie S. Longshore, the said lot of
land being the property of the Silverstreet
Warehouse Company, and made
up of three lots of land conveyed to
said Silverstreet Warehouse company
by deeds recorded in the office of the
clerk of court for Newberry county in
record of real estate conveyances in
Book 13 at page 610, Book 17 at page
104, and in Book 17 at page 361.
"Also all that piece, parcel or lot of
land situate at a place commonly
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caned ana Known as ixe wcau x'ai*,
in^the county of Newberry, in the State
of South 'Carolina, containing two and
188-100 (2.88) acres, more or less,
bounded by lands of or formerly of
j T. S. Blair, P. J. Stevens and D. G.
! Livingstone, the same being the land
! conveyed to the said Silverstreet iWare
house Company by deed recorded in
the office of the clerk of the court for
Newberry county, in Book 16, Reci
ord of Real Estate Conveyances, at
j page 662.
Four 70-saw air-blast "Lummus"
: cotton gin made by the Lummus Cot
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1011 Uin UO., cilia CUllutruscr, cicvaiui,
line flue, one double box hydralic cotton
press, a 50-horsepo.wer steam engine
made by Atlas , one 70-horsepower
"Lombard" boiler for said engine,
and all piping, belts, etc., including
the complete outfit of the plant of
said the SiLverstreet Warehouse Company
at Silverstreet, S. C., together
vrith such accretions or additions as
may from time to time be added thereto
until said debt is paid."
Terras of sale: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid in cash, the
balance on a credit of one year from
the day of sale, with interest on the
credit portion, with leave to anticipate
the payment of the credit portion in
whole or in part. The credit portion
V>ir o Kati /-I r\r- nn'a r\f tVl o
itu L/C 5'UV/Ul CLl UJ CL wvuu \yi ii\/ vmv
( purchaser and a mortgage of the premj
ises sold?purchaser to pay for all pai
pars, revenue stamps and for recordj
ing the same. The bond or note and
i mortgage so taken to contain the us'
ual stipulation for the payment of ten
| per cent attorney's fees in case it it:
! collected by suit or placed in the hands
of an attorney for collection. The
| purchaser at such sale is to insure the
; property against loss or damage by
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i nre ana assign uie pum;.y <jl msuiauvt
; to the master as security for the pay1
ment of the credit portion of the puri
chase money, and the mortgage mus'
| provide for this. Said property to b<
j a Id as a whole.
H. K. RIKARD,
Master for Newberry County, S. C.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
! COURT OF 'COMMON PLEAiS.
I Vlrvlo \Tr?T,pan Plaintiff.
B. W. Cro.u6h'/ fcettie Havird, 8. B
Hair and the Bftjiii &f Prosperity
Under order Of the court heferr?/ 3
will ?-elI at public auction at Newberry
j S. C., during the legal hours of sale.tc
j the highest bidder therefor, on Mon
daiy, being salesday, in January, 1916
All that tract or parcel of land lying
} and being situate in the town of Prosj
perity, couity pf Newberry and State
| of South Carolina, Containing twenty,
five acres-, more or less, exclusive of
I one acre of said tract, heretofore purt
chased by B. B. Hair, and lying on
i the east side of ('he Southern railway,
| and adjoining lands of Samuel Bowers,
L. C. Kibler and others; said tract of
land being the same Ujton which for
years B. B. Hair resided, and -known as
the Clarissa Bridges land.
Terms of sale: One-third oi the puxA.
? w a T1 A TV ^ A V*/\ 1/J i r* AO cV ill A
Ullage iliuiicj iu UC pciiu ill ^acu, tut
balance in two equal annual installments,
upon a cre-dit of one and two
years, with interest from day of sale
at the rate of eight per centum per
annum,- payable annually, the credit
portion to be secured by bond of the
purchaser and a mortgage of the premises
sold, with' leave to the purchaser
to anticipate payments in whole or in
Tfie Donas and mortgages ior tne
credit portion must provide for a ten
per cent attorney's fee in case said
bonds and mortgages are collected by
suit or placed in the hands of an at- |
torney for collection.
The purchaser, upon the acceptance
of his bid, must deposit' with the master
in cash or by a certified check
the sum of two hundred dollars, and
comply fully with the terms of sale
within ten days from day of sale, or
*V*/> rn./vrvlinAf' V\ A 11 TVA.r? fll A
Hie pi CJiJLI 10^70- Win UC 1COU1U U?/\7UL Oix^ |
first convenient salesday thereafter at
the risk of the former purchaser.
The purchaser, upon complying with ^
i The Charlesto
! excursion ticket)
! Holidays, tickets
ber 17, 18, 23, 2i
limit Jan. 10th,
JL l/J. X w wr m
I Gen. Pa
the terms of sale, must insure the
buildings upon said premises and as|
sign the policy of insurance to the
master as additional security.
The purchaser must pay for papers,
recording and revenue stamps.
H. H. RIKARD,
JL>eC. JLU, HJ-LD. iuasicx.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT,
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned,
as executor of the estate
of Adeline Philips, deceased, will make
final settlement on said estate in the
office of the probate judge for Newberry
county on .'Monday, January 10,
11916, and immediatelv thereafter apply
for letters dismissory as s-ucn execuj
tor. All persons holding claims against
said estate will present same duly attested
on or before said date and all
persons owing same will make payment.
HARVEY 0. REESE,
TAX RE TURKS FOR 1916.
Notice i? hereby given that thie office
of county auditor will be open from
January 1st to February 20, 1916, inclusive,
for the purpose of taking tax
returns of personal property for fiscal
year 1916. Also the following places
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win dr visuea eiuit?r uy uiyscn ui ?u
. authorized agent for the purpose of
, securing tax returns. Namely:
i Whitmire, Thursday, Jan. 6.
s Glenn-Lowry Mfg. Co., Friday, Jan. 7.
i Kinaras, Tuesday, Jan 11.
' . Chappells, Wednesday, Jan. 12.
> P. N. Boozer's Store, Thursday,
. Jan. 13.
Silverstreet, Friday, Jan, 14,
t Little Mountain, Monday, Jan. 17.
j longshore. Manday, Jan. 17.
St. Luke's, Tuesday, Jan. 18.
Pomark, Wednesday, Jan. 19.
Joiiy Street, Thursday, Jan. 20.
Prosperity, Friday and Saturday
' Jan. 21 and 22.
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u i\ea>u, jyiouaay, jaxi. *
(Maybinton, "Wednesday, Jan. 26.
The law requires that tax returns
shall be signed and sworn to. Tax
pajyerg will take notice that no returns
' will be accepted unless made to me Or
j my authorized agent, or someone qual
ified to Administer an oath. It is re?
quested that so far as possible all re>
tufas be ma<l2 to me or my agent. This
will Hid ins in preventing errors in
' your 191$ returns And help to clear up
> any errors? now existing, Come pre*
j pared to give she name and number of
'! school district in -tfhich you live. Also
' the school district is which you own
cother property*. Do liot' ask that your
'[property be taken from the" tax- duplicate
of last year returns.
J. B. HALFACRE;
THE- STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
0. B. Johnson- aa$ J. C. Johnsoii, In^
dividually and- as Administrators of
the Estate of Thomas D. Johnson,
Mrs. Mattie A. Johnson,- S. P. Johnson,
HughrA. Johnson and- kois Johnson,
Dec. 14th- 1915. Jl P. L. C.
ry court hotose, S. C., during? the legal j
hours of sale; on salesday in1 .January,
1916, it being the 3rd day of the month,
All that tract' of land sittiiate in
i Newberry county, S. known ate the
Nathan Johnson pla'ce, -containing"' two
hundred and seventy (270) acres,
or less, and bounded on the north by
Pursuant to a decree in this action;.
I will sell at public outcry, at Newberlands
of Malcolm Johnson, on the east'
by lands of C. W. Buford, on the south
by lands of Miller and Buford,
and on the west by lands of J. W.
Terms of sale: One-half cash; the
balance one year from date of sale;
the credit i>ortion to bear interest at]
me rate 01 ei^m etui ?>ti. auuum. j
oliday Rates .
4 XV 7
n ana w estern
y will sell cheap
3 account of the
on Sale DecernI
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fr, ; izr?*Ji niiai
1916. * S
i., apply to ticket
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And be secured by bond of the purchaser
and mortgage of the premises j
sold, the bond to provide for leu per 1
centum attorney's fees in the event of
collection thereof by suit or by attorney?with
leave to purchaser to pay
his entire bid cash. Should the purchaser
fail to comply with the terms of
sale, the land to be resold on the same
or some subsequent salesday, on the
same terms, at the risk of the former
purchaser. ' I
Purchaser to pay for stamps and
0. G. THOMPSON, N
Pursuant to a resolution of the
Board of Directors of the Glenn-Lowry
Manufacturing Company, a meeting of
the stockholders of said Company is
hereby called to be held, at the company's
office at Whitmire, S. Ct on
the third day of January, 1916, at t6ri
o'clock in the forenoon to consider N
and act upon the following resolutions
of said Board of Directors, providing *
for an increase of the capital stock
of the Glenn-Lowry Manufacturing
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^yinyauy uy mc IOOUC vi v
hundred shares of preferred stock of
the par value of one hundred dollars
per share with the preferences, liabilities
and conditions set out in said resolutions,
viz: * '
Eesolutions of Directors.
Whereas, it is deemed desirable that
the capital stock of the Glenn-Lowry
Manufacturing Company be further increased
by the issue of seventy-fly?
hundred shares of preferred stock of
- the var value of one hundred dollars jd
; per share with the preferences, liabiliI
ties and conditions set out in the teU ^
I losing resolutions: A
J 1. Be it resolved by the Directors ??
the Glenn-Lowry Manufacturing Com'
1 pany, that the capital stock of . the
| Glenn-Lowry Manufacturing &Gffip&ay |
i be iflereased so that said capital stock 4
| shall Of twenty-seven thousand
1 five hundred sharS# M tfte par rralue of
one hundred dollars a sn?f?; said
' j ital stock to consist of four* filfisses,
1 viz: five thousands shares to be knows
| as common stock; ten thousand shares
'! t/\ hft known as nraferred stock; five
' thousand shares to be known as guar11
anteed first preferred stock; and seven >
j thousand five hundred shares to be
; issued under these resolutions- and to
be known as 1916 first preferred stock.
2* Be it further resolved that the
| rights the holders of said coittrndft
stock, preferred stock and guaranteed
first preferred BtoClt shall remain as
they now exist except as t&? rights
may be affected and modified by these*
resolutions in favor of the holdefg of J^j
... the said seven thousand five hundred mk
j shares to be issued ufcder these resolutions
and to be knriwn as 1916 first H
3. &e it further resolved that
! .solders of the SSven thousand five hu^fl
di\?d shades of capital stock to be ifl
sued" undef these resolutions and
be knov71* as .^16 first preferred sto^^^^H
shall havv? a preference over all otm
classes^ of capital g&cV'of' the G-iM
Lowry Manufacturing Company hi
tofore issued anrf authori&cT' to ixfl
sued both as to assets in case^'of' nS^^^H
liquidation and as to cumulative div-'
idends out of the net earnings of : A
company to the extent of six per cent
per annum payable semi-annually on
the, first days of January and July of
eaco. year. fl
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foregoing resolutions be submitted to flf
tfite stockholders of the Glenn-Lowry
Manufacturing Company to be considered
and acted upon at a meeting of j
said stockholders which is hereby M
called to be held at the company's offlees
at Whitmire, S. C., on the third fl
day of January, 1916, at ten o'clock
in the forenoon. M
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