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PARKER MJLLS 10 GET $500,000 the e:
J> LIFE LNSIKAME POLICIES good
Late Air. Parker Left This Amount i* in wl
1 *l?. W!lln ?1? U'kinl.
iUMHillUT IU lilt* .U111S VI ?T "IVI1 , pOllCl'
He Was the Head. ' ar th<
The Greenville Piedmont publishes stood,
the follow.! g: | perioc
The Parker Cotton Mills company '1
"ft'ill receive within the next few days | sona|
checks aggregating $500,000, from a
dozen or more life insurance companies,
in settlement of policies car- >r(<)
ried on the life of Mr. Lewis W. Parker.
who u til November 4. 1914. was
president of the Parker Cotton Mills ~reen
The insurance in favor of the Par-1 Grem
Ker t/ouon .viius company was iaj>eu; count
our ty Mr. Parker, it is learned on very a e\\
reliable authority, four years ago this the ci
summer, 'i lie amount was divided j that t
amc :g a number of companies. Mr. ed a
Parker stood a ery ri^id physical ex- Supre
uniination by specialists wlio were that
sent here for that purpose, and passed since
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* THE (J!
CONSIDER no;v the means by which ma:
have been given maximum Traction,?
means of a "sandpapery" texture in the
cf their Anti-Skid Treads.
r - j.: T> l -
iwery lime uiu -Dia.tt.es axu puu un, cu iiiaivc an
prip t.he road, the relatively hard, unyielding, and
r.tivoly brittle, texture of the Rubber in their Tread
lh*v;5 Treads to grind away on the pavement, tc
OUT fast at the point cf contact.*
The sudden efficiency of their grind in g-Tr act
fc.if-3 co sharply on the Rubber Adhesive betv
layers of Fabric in Tiro as to separate these layers.
There is little "rive" to them?just as there
"slide" to them.
So, they gain Traction at the expense of ilJr.lcn
Naturally such Tires require a great BULK
Rubber in order to deliver reasonable Mileage bel'c
And, therein thw differ radically from GOC
4 'Barefoot" Tires.
Because,- the Safety-Tread on Goodrich Tires
of "Barefoot-Rubber," a new, and exclusive co
which discards unnecessary whitish "frictions!"
ents that are heaviest and inert, as proved 1
V "TT EP2 is how it acts in Autornobiling,?
b?5 ?When the weight of the Car 1
(1 fnic r?iincnnor P.nrrfnr>f- Tri.-hhr)-'1' Tro
the power is applied to go ahead cr reverse, the w<
strckh in the Barefoot'' Rubber Sole (or Trer-KGoodrich
lire acts as a jrert of Lubricant: bv.tw
Fabric Structure of the Tire and the Road.
Then, the Barefoot-Rubber "Toes," 01 vhe (
Safety-Tread Tire, CLING to the pavement (in.
grinding against it), in such manner as your Ba
would cling to a slippery surface? without Grind,
with the minimum of Frictional Heat cr Wear io
Goodrich' 'Barefoot-Rubber" is now made into C
F \ri7.ro T'"res,?G^^dr: 7" Silvertown Cord Tires,
;m; ( h. i.mer j uhes,?Goodrich Truck Tires,?Goodric
cie, and bicycle. Tires, as well as into Good r it
ber Jl/oIs, Over-Siioes, Soles and Heels.
Got a Silver of it from your nearest Goodrich
3r De;.lcr. Stretch it thousands of times, but brca
, >4. >
That's the Stuff that GOODRICH Blaek-Trea
are made of.
? THE B. F. GOODRICH i
g jLgjj Akron, Ohio
mm i will iii IIMIIIIIIIMMIIfmilTi hhilllb iwhiiimhi iii hi idi iwimiii iiii
camination with a remarkably j be carried to the Sprem
record. United States on consti
: insurance, it is understood, was tions.
lat is known as five-year term ... ,
Tlie recognition ot
es convertible into straight life * *1
& the 4.>th county m the
e end of three years. The in- t]m (he L)onalds ^
ce was converted, it is under- hope(J (o come ,nt0 G)
at the end of the three year . . . . .,,
ha.\e to remain i-:i Abbe
1. and the premiums have been 1
more territory can b
bv the cotton mills companv. A.,
1 * Abbeville county.
; amount of Mr. Parker's peri
"suranee policies is not defi- prevailing opinio
known ^y Associate .Justice Hy
in* co :curred in by Ass
inriCK PEOPLE HAVE Fraser and Circuit Ji
WON LOXi FIGHT | Shipp. Sease, Rice, Bow
Smith and Peurifoy.
iwood .Journal. opinion written by Assi
; people of the lower sections of Watts, was concurred i.vood,
Abbeville ai d Edgefield Justice Gage and 0
ies have won their long fight for Wilson and Frank B.
new county with McCormick as Judge Moore also wrot
Dunty seat. A decision declaring opinion.
he electio i was legal was reach- _
t the en banc session of the
me Court last night. II his means THj^ HERALD AXE
the new county is a certainty
u i^ nnrlprsitood the fisht will not I YEAR FOR ONLY 31.50.
HE PEOPLE'S UN!1
jittitf % jlisk a'
INE PERSON IN'j||
hivfrsity. " s?
ia Week in N?
.NOTICE OF ELECTION IN I'KOSI'EKITY
SCHOOL DI.STKICl NO. 14
j I Whereas, one-third of the resident
k j electors and a 'ike proportion of the
I reside t freeholders of the age of
B t ivont v-/int> voaru in Puill? Smhool
1 District No. ;>4, of the County of Newi
;;err^'- State of South Carolina, have
| Tiled a petition with the County Board
? | of Education of Newberry County,
Ej j Slate of South Carolina, petitioning
HV ig i al1^ requesting that an election be held
i. by p | 5:1 sa-d School District on the question
Rubber % j < f levying a : additional special tax
ft I of two (2) mills to be collected on all
ch Tires jg the taxable property withii the said
compar- jg J s.'-hocl District.
R j Xow. therefore, we the undersigned,
' YY JQj . i. ^ ?
P composing the County Board of KduM
,, r-1 . ? E cation for Newberry Count v. State oC
iOil TiiiO fcj ;
CiQ-n ; Stfuth Carolina, do hereby order the
qj i Board of Trustees of the St. Pauls
15 - j-School District Xo. ?>4, to hold an e!ec3>
i t'on c ' the said question of levying
'rj?, j an additional special tax of two (2)
Of svrh ? j mills to be collected 011 the property
TO V/oni | : located in the said School District,
^ | j which said election shall he held at
l-'iv H r : t 1je Town Hall. in the said
j S I School District, Xo. 34. on Friday. May
marip m 1
impound 1 I at ^ich election lie
ingredi- I ' r?1Is s1in1j 1)0 opened at 7 a. m.. a <1
)y their 3 ! C'osed at 4 p. m.
?j ; n lie members of the Hoard of Trus|
tees of said School District shall act
jjj I as managers of said elec tion, (inly
j? . sv.ch electors as reside in said School
, , S District and return real or personal
ad, and g , . . .. ,
i ?j property for taxation, and who ex[j
?' i t-lc'r tax receipts and re^istraCG'l
Si ' t'?n certificates as required i-i genR
era! elections, shall be allowed to
Goodrich n vote. Electors favoring the levy of
Stead of E ' such rax shall cast a ballot containing
re Foot S tho word yes"' written or printed
and SO, B , thereo \ and each elector opposed to
i* VACLXl- H j sur]1 levy shall catn a ballot contain1
* 1 ' f/%?i r\?. nriiitnrl
^ _ HI 111 1110 WOril " HO n i men v/i
rood rich ffi .,
s- i m thereon.
? Good- K I
/' Voter $ I Given under our hands and seals
r/> I j this, tl'.e loth day of April. 1916.
1 j County Hoard of Education for XewBranch,
I j berry County. S. C.
k it you I CHA*. P. If A RRE,
^ I S. DERRICK.
d Tires I j. s. wheeler.
I TO ADVISE >AVY
% Five South Carolinians State Directors?Chosen
_ S Washington, April 1"?.?4The sec-re- i
1 tary of the navy to<lav announced the
9 following appointme ts of South Car
1? /liKAAtnrc nf tlip
HHHIHHBI 1 onnians 10 ut* ci<uc uncvtvi>; ....
naval consulting; board, in which they
will cooperate with the officials board
e court of the in advising upon what their State
tutional ques- may do industrially i i the general
; preparedness plan: John McNeal,
,r n . , Columbia: H. 13. Scaife, Clinton; .T. R
McCornnck as . *
0, 4 Coker. .lr., Hartsville; i\V. M. Rigss i
, . , , , Clemson College and R. X Brack>n,
, ett, Clemson College.
ville since 110 In a Ietter addressed to each of the
? ' nien named the secretary expresses
e cauen ironi
i the greatest esteem for them ai d says
i he will rely upon them for their thorn
was written ough and cordial support in connecdrick
and was ; ^,;on tiie regular naval consulting
;ociate Justice board.
man, Mauldin ' ,
!i by Associate Will cure Rheumatism, Neuircuit
Judges ' ralgia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic
Gary. Circuit j Sprains, Bruises, Curs, Burns. Oio
e a dissenting j Sores, Tetter, Ring-Worm - iej
zema, ere. Anfiscjnic Aaoiiyiv.
'ised internally '*r- v*
) NEWS ONE THE HERALD AND NEWS ONE
1 YEAR FOR ONLY $1.50.
^ #> ?
YT "W T
jliv - v e
To cleanse the system (
To restore healthy acti
Liver and P
To assist ir relieving const
tude of ills the human
If you are not entirely sati:
! 11 ? i n 4
we win eiieei iuiiy rtj
In the Spring your svstem n<
as your house or premises,
will beat LIV-VER-LAX in
and in keeping you hardy a
1 ... ...M..,.
A Card to
C n t rm i
oi mirai 1 eie
We are anxious to see 1
other parties and connected
! condition as to furnish effici
owners of rural lines are res?
we want to co-operate with
All lines require a thoi
sionally if the best service
recommend that every line
overhauled at least once a yc
experienced telephone man 2
cost of this work when divic
of the line, makes the amo
small, and this cost will be 1
If the owners of rural tel
tion are experiencing trouble
will appreciate their talking 1
Mflnacrpr nr writincr 11s full
v- * * *
what we can toward helping
dition of your line.
SOUTHERN BELL TE]
AND TELEGRAPH (
BOX 163, COLl
To Drive Out Malaria ~
And Build Uf? The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
. what you are taking, as the formula is
j printed on every label, showing it :s
I Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. j
| The Quinine drives out malaiia, the
I Iro7 builds up the system. 50 cents
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1 Did You I!|
I Ever Eat a I |
| Jas Pie? | J
Sa\r! \ Dii v*e ?ot some ^
^ treat coming to you. ^
I Jax Biscuits (
^ Jacksonville Cracker Works ^ _
:ryone can a
1 27th to !
u I ov '
)f poisonous toxins,
on of the bowels,
n , i t i
lpation and the muitii
family is he'r to.
sfied with the results, ^
fund your money.
seds cleansing the same
There is nothing that
toning up your system,
that all lines owned by
with us are kept in such
ent service. Where the
>onsible for their upkeep,
rough overeauling occais
to be obtained. We
2 connected with us be
jar, and that at least one
issist in this work. The
ied among all the patrons
unt paid by each man/
nore than offset by the
ephone lines in this seci
with their service, we
1-1 n Awar ?ri /\11 f*
,J~Lw uiauu UTtl YT11U UU1
y. We will gladly do
\ you improve the conLEPHONE
JMBIA. S. C.
RUB OUT PAIN
wrrhJi cnrwv^ oil Krjim#?r?t\ TT??t*s
the surest way to stop them. I
The best rubbing liniment isjj
Good for the Ailments of
Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc. I
Qood for your own A ches, [I
Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains,
Cuts, Burns, Etc.
25c. 50c. $1. At all Dealere.