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K. H. AULL, EDITOR.
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Nearly every paper you pick up records
some terrible auto accident. It
is largely due to careless and reckless
driving and speeding. It is getting
to the point that it will be necessary
Jtot only to pass some strict and stringent
traffic laws, but more important
still, to see that these lanns are
?bserved. That was a dreadful accident
-which befell our good friend
Reid and his companions the other
day, and only Sunday we'read in the
paper where ^another car turns turtle
?ear Greenville vrith two men with
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%adly brosen oones, aii aue iu last,
driving. Some of the drivers make
about the same time that a steam train
does, and it has & good track over
which to run, while the auto has only
the rough and uneven road. Then another
thing, there are too many people
driving cars who have no experience |
and who know nothing about them.
It is necessary to do something to pro-!
tect the life and limb of the people:
who ride as well as the people who
-walk. If all of us had the proper ren
gard for the rif^ts and privileges of j
the other felkr law would not be
necessary, but then unfortunately we'
A great many of the daily papers!
are carrying very large whiskey aus!
and many of them prohibitionists. The I
Herald and News is not a prohibitionist
either in principle or practice
and yet we have refused to carry these
The supreme court has upheld the !
consttutionality of the gallon-a-month
law. If the legislature would be wise
enough to pass a law permitting the
people to have beer instead of whiskey
and cut out whiskey entirely they!
would do a good thing for the cause j
of temperance?temperance of the'
right kind. And that would mean a!
After the rain is a fine time to use
the split log drag. Some of the roads
\ recently worked need an application
of the drag and then they would be
good roads for a long time.
>EWS OF EXCTLSIOR I
Working for the Community FairFarmers
JbJuard Moves Back to
Excelsior, Oct. 19.?Our school is
moving on nicely with Miss Gertrude
Bobb teacher. Miss Bobb is a teacher
of experience and knows her duty
in the school room.
Miss Annie Belle Boland of St.
Paul's section visited Mr. E. L. Hawkin's
family last week.
The Rev. J. M. White preached an
able sermon for us Sunday night. Mr.
ft Diite is an interesting speaker and
always has something good to say.
Miss Rosalee Wheeler left Saturday
for her school at Fountain Inn.
The farmers in this section have
commenced sowing oats and there
should be a large acreage of grain
Rev. Jas. D. Kinard of Greenwood
spent a night with his brother here
A ilicXJLlV UI uui >*,
planning to -attend the State fair in
The little chiM of Mr. and Mrs. E.
H. Werts of Jolly Street section that
has been sick for two weeks was carried
to the Columbia hospital on Saturday
for an operation.
Mr. John Kinard who moved away
years ago bought land and lias been
living in Anderson county has sold
his place there and will return to Newberry
for another year. Mr. Kinard
is a good citizen, a good farmer and
Newberry will welcome him and bis
family bac"k home.
One of the prettiest pieces of mechanism
even seen in this town is the
new Butter Kist noncorn and peanut
parcher at the Newberry Billiard parlor,
which arrived last week and is in
rtnoroh'fin Tt r>r?st SfiTn and is a T>rettv
pjece of work which works automatically,
50TICE OF ELECTION
I STATE OP SCVUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF N1ETWBERRY.
j ?totice is hereby given tiat tiia Gen|
eral Election for State and County
Officers will be lield at tie voting precincts
preserved by lair in said county,
on Tuesday, November 7, 191G,'
j said day being Tuesday following tbe
f fi?of UAn/low in ,Wvr<amVvpr HA DTft
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j scribed by the State Constitution.
The qualification for suffrage: j
j jaanager s of election shall require
: of every elector offering to vote atv
any election, (before allowing him to
rote, the production of his registration
certificate and proof of the payment
of all taxes, including poll tax,
o era (net him and collectible
during the previous year.. The produc- [
tion of a certificate or of the receipt
of the officer authorized to collect
such taxes, shall be conclusive proof
of the payment thereof.
Section 237, Code of 1912, as amended
by Act No. 6, special session of
Section 237. There shall be three j
separate and distinct ballots, as follows:
One ballot for United States
I Senator, Representatives in Congress |
and Presidential elections; and one!
I ballot for Governor, Lieutenant Gov-!
ernor, State officers, Circuit Solicitors,
members of the House of Repre
Oonotnr /?rtlinf'v nfFl -
semauves, olcilc uouuwi, -? ,
cers, and one ballot for all Consti-I
"WE THOUGHT MOTHER |
WOULD NEVER REC0\ER"j
Sn?rtiinhnr? Woman Tells of Mother's
Suffering From Awful Malady.
Daughter Says the Unexpected Happened
and Tells of Wonderful
Change Brought About.
How Tanlac liad driven away ail!
sign of pellagra, which her mother
had so 'badly that the bones of her
hands showed through the sores, and
how the same medicine had given her
great relief for different troubles, was
described in a very remarkable endorsement
of Tanlac, given by Mrs.
Belle Hopper, of No. 9 Drayton Ave.,
riravtnTv s V . a suburb of SDartan
"I have suffered from headaches and
felt very badly," declared 'Mrs. Hopper,
in her statement. "My system
was in a very badly run down condition
and I was very weak. Tanlac
had helped my mother so much that I
decided to take it^ and the Tanlac gave
a ?i.oof ofKr\.a+i + o Qrirl T Kflf!! T1 tn
JLUC a. 51^1 pyv. vicv uuu x w
want to work all the time, though I
had been too weak to work. The
aaedicine got me in good shape in every
"My mother, whose home is at Chesnee,
S. C., suffered from a very bod
case of pellagra and she had been in
bed for two years before she began
taking Tanlac and she had been almost
helpless for a year or two be
fore she had to stay in "bed all the
time. Her system was in a very -much
run down condition, and the hands and!
face and feet were a solid mass of
sores. She had no appet^e at all and
she had lost a lot of weight.
"Really, my mother was in a terrible
condition. The doctors told her
she had the worst case they ever
saw, and the bones of her hands show
e through the sores. She bad taken a
lot of medicine?almost every kind
of tonic slie ever heard of?and had
several doctors, but she says Tanlac
did her more good than all of the
other medicines she took.
"The Tanlac really gave my mother
wonderful relief. The sores left her
ana nave not came DacK, tnougn oe/
fore she- took Tanlac we thought she
would never get over this disease. She
was in an awful condition, really, but
she fooks like another woman now
and it is ail due to Tanlac.
"She has a good appetite now and
has gained a lot of weight. She gained
three pounds on the first bottle.
We have never seen anything like it.
It is lurd to believe any medicine
could do as much, but Taniac sure did
give her the most wonderful relief. I
"I am glad to recommend Taniac
because it just broke up the case of
j pellagra my mother had?at least the
sores were driven awav and have not
come back?and because it proved in
my case a remarkable good medicine.
My mother has not a single symptom
of pellagra now, so far as I can tell."
Tanlac, the master medicine, is sold
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t22L.Ci USi v tiiy 'ixy vxiiucr ot yvccno, *>uv?berrv;
Prosperity Drug Co., Prosperity;
Little Mountain Drug Co., Little
Mountain; Dr. W. O. Holloway,
Chaprpells; Whttenfre Pharmacy, Whitmire;
D. J. Livingston, Silverstrect.
Price $1 per bottle straight.?Adv.
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Made from Cream ef Tarfar
NO ALUM-NO PHOSPHATE
tutional amendments and special
questions; each of three said -boxes
to be appropriately labelled; which
ballots shall be of plain whita paper
and of such width and length, as to
contain the names of the officer or
officers 'and question or questions to
be voted for or upon, clear and even
cut. without ornament, designation,
mutilation, symbol or mark of any
kind whatsoever except the name o:
i.ames of the person or persons voted
for and the office to which such person
or persons are intended to be
chosen, and all special questions
whioh n ime or names, office or offices.
question or questions shall be writ-!
ten or prinied or partly written or '
partly printed thereon in black ink;
and such ballot shall so 'be folded as
to conceal the name or names, question
or questions thereon, and so folded,
shall be deposited in a box to be
constructed, kept ?and disposed of >as j
herein provided by law, and no ballot j
of any other description found in'
either of said boxes shall be counted.
On all special questions the ballot
shall state the question, or questions,
and shall thereafter have the words,
"Yes" and "Xo" inserted so that the
voter may indicate his vote by strik- J
;ng out one or the other of such words !
on said ballot, the woi^d not so strick-!
en out to be counted. i
Before the hour fixed for/opening!
the polls, Managers and Clerks must
take and subscribe the Constitutional j
oath. The Chairman of the Board of;
Managers can administer the oath to
the other members and to the Clerk;
a \*r>tarv Public must administer the
cath to the Chairman. The Managers
elect their Chaiunah and Clerk. i
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Polls at each voting place must be
opened at 7 o'clock a. m. and closed
at 4 o'clock p. m., except in the City
of Charleston, where they shall be
opened at 7 a. m. and closed at 6
The managers have the power to J
.ill a vacancy, and if none of the Man-1
agers attend, the citizens can appoint
from among the qualified voters, the
managers, who, after being sworn,
.an conduct the election.
At the close of the election, the Managers
and Clerk must proceed pub-1
/-man tho hnllnt hAYPS n/nrl i
count the '^allots therein, and contin-!
uc; without adjournment until the!
same is completed, and make a statement
of the result for each office and
sign the same. .Within three days'
thereafter, the Chairman of the Board, j
or some pne designated by the Board, j
^olitraf +/-? tlia rv^mmicsinriorc of1
LUUOl IV HiV/ M W?
Election the poll list, the boxes con- 1
tfcining the ballots and written state- !
ments of the results of the election.
At the said election qualified electors
will vote upon the adoption or
rejection of amendments to the State
1/ Before Pla
25c Bottle Mak(
| \^GILDEK &
Constitution, as provided in the following
A JOINT RESOLUTION to Amend
fiction 7, Article VIII of the Con?
| a uiuuuu, ucianu^ LU - ULUiiiv^iK'*4
Bonded Indebtedness, by Adding a
pToriso Thereto, Relating to School
District Xo. l, of Kershaw County.
A J6INT RESOLUTION Proposing to
Amend Article X of the Constitution
by Adding Thereto Section IS,
to Empower th? Town of Mulling
to Assess Abutting Property for Permanent
A JOINT RESOLUTION to Amend
Article X of the Constitution so uf
to Authorize the Town of Clinton
and tlie City of Sasley to Asses
'Abutting Property for Permanent
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an
Amendment to Article XII, Section
2 of the Constitution, by Striking
Out the Whole of Said Section 2,
Article XTI, and Substituting Therefor
a New Section Providing for the
Appointment of a Board of Regents
for Institutions Maintained for the
Care of the Insane, for the Appointment
of a Superintendent Therefor,
Defining the Powers. 1
" RESOLUTION to Amend
Section 5, Article XI of the Constitution,
Relating to School Dis
tricts, toy 'Adding a Special Proviso
as to Spart-.mburg County.
JOINT RESOLUTION to Amend
Section 5 Article X of the Constitution,
relating to the Limit of the
Bonded Debt of School Districts, by
adding a Proviso Thereto as to the
Charleston School District Comprised
. With in the Present Limit of the
City of Charleston.
A JOINT RESOLUTION +o Amend
Section 7 of Article VIII, of the Constitution,
Relating to Municipal In
debtedness by Adding a Proviso
Thereto as to the City of Anderson.
The following Managers of Election
have been appointed to hold the
election at the various precincts in
the said County:
D. B. Werts, Jessie B. Mayes, H. H.
>~ewberry Cotton Mill.
J. Y. Jones, J. D. Kinard, J. R.
D. D. Darby, Early Shealy, I. T.
Oakland Mill. v
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, n,. rtixvai u, -'i. jimmuj, a-?. JL-?.
B. F. Goggans, B. E. Julien, F. G.
Wilson C. Brown, Jr., S. J. D. Price,
G. S. Ruff.
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J. W. Wilson, H. L. Sterling, A. H.
J. S. Werts, E. A. Fellers, P. N.
J. L. Watkins, W. L. Andrews, W. R.
H. L. Boulware, I. P. Cannon, G. C.
Olin H. Lane, A. G. Leitzsey, W. E.
B. H. Maybin, F. H. Whitney, W. D.
<H. M. Miller, J. C. lAibrams, W. J.
R. H. Kibler, S. W. Derrick, W. E.
JR GRAIN \ I
by U. S. |J
ll ui rtgir %
,s 12 Gallons y' M
: WEEKS / I
j J. A. -C, Ki?>ler, E. T. Werts, J. J. !
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Ben M. Setzler, R. H. Hipp, J. B. 1
E. J. Ston%, fi. K Halfacre, W. W.!
J. D. Crook*, J. M. Harmon, R. .
L. P. jtfiller, Jr., R. L> Ringer, G. H.
R G. Smith, .IW. D. Gary, I. X. Smith, j
J. B. T. Scott, B. B. Schumpert, W.
[ B. A. Conley, P. B. Warner, D. M.!
E. R. Shealy, L. D. Shealy, T. C.
JESSE L. LAS
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In a remarkable scree
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Sessue Hayakawa has inti
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mj i/vy tiiu uvi win jLimi J
he contributes one of the
i terizations ever witnessed
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Studio East 1
L. A. Shealy, W. Q. Bolacd, 3. H.
J. X. Feasle, W. B. Skealy, Ro*oo
il. L. Strauss, D. "W. Bnahardt, I.
Hicks Conner, M. B. Chalmers, J
The managers at each precinct
named above are requested to delegate
one of their number to secure
boxes and blanks for the election at
the Court House on Saturday, November
H. 11. BOOZER, Chairman.
T. L. B. BPPS,
J. IV. CLABY. I ^r
Commissioners of State and County
Elections for Newberry County, S. C.
m FRANK LOMINICK, Clerk. ^
October 18, 1916.
n characteiization in
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Honorable Friend" A
most unusual characI
by the photoplay public.
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