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b .NOTICE OF ELECTION.
& STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
w . . COUNTY OF NEl A1BERRT.
Notice is hereby given that the Gen-,
eral Election for Presidential and Vice
Presidential Electors and Representatives
in Congress will be held at the
voting precincts fixed by ia the
County of Newberry on Tuesday, 2v:orember
7, 1916. said day being Tuesday
the first Monday, <a* prescribed
by the State Constitution.
mv?z? /^,,Qnf>/->atinna for snffrass ar?
Residence in State for two years,1
in the County one year, in the polling
precinct in which the elector offers
to vote, four months, and the payment
eix months before any election of any t
poll tax then due and payable. Pro-1
Tided, That ministers in charge of an 1
organized church and teachers of pub-'
lie schools shall be entitled to rote af-!
ter six month's residence in the State,1
Registration.?Payment of all taxes,
including poll tix, assessed and col- ]
lectible during the previous year.
The production of a certiS.et.te or
the receipt of the officer authorized
?o collect such taxes shall be eonclus-'
ire proof of the payment thereof.
Before the hour fixed for opening
the polls Managers and Clerks must
take and subscribe to the Constitutional
oath. The chairman of the
Board of Managers can administer
oath to the other Managers and to the
Clerk; a Notary Public must admin-'.
ister the oath to Chairman. The Man-;
NEURALGIA PAINS !
4 ' I
ICundreds Find Sloan's Linbneat
Soothes Their Aches,
The shooting tearing pains of neuralgia
and sciatica are quickly relieved
by the soothing external .applica- *
* . tion of Sloan's Liniment. i
Quiets the nerves, relieves the
numbness feeling, and by its tonic effect
on the nerve and muscular tissue,:
.civoa immpdiafd rplipf
Sloan's Liniment is cleaner and
easier to use than mussy plasters and
oinments and does not clog the pores. '
Just put it on?it penetrates. Kills
f ain. You find relief in it from rheumastism,
neuralgia, sciatica, stiff
neck, toothache, etc.
For strains, sprains, bruises, black-(
s and-blue spots, Sloan's Liniment
quickly reduces the pain.
It's really a friend of the whole
fa-mily. Your druggist sells it in zoc.. j
5l>c. and SI 00 bottles.
^WTj WfJKjPW^BHT|y'^| WJ?Jh jW
Gail Clones, a.?? v. <cci'a oi ixi*i
iStomacn and Intestines, Auto-inioxt?
A- \ **?rvanrli^itic
CclUUIl, I tilUW Jduuuicc, njj
and other fatal ailments result from
Stcmaih Trouble. Thousands of Stom
% ach Sufferers owe their complete recovery
to Mayr's Wonderful Remed;>
Unlike any other for. Stomach ' Ailments.
For sale by Gilder &. Weekand
"Only 'Gets-It* for ]
Me After This!"!
h It "Gets" Every Cora Every Time.)
r . Painless. Nothing More Simple.
w *T1I tell you what, I've quit using:
toe-eating salves for corns. I've quit
making a package out of my toes
with Bandages and contraptions?
quit digging with knives and scispors.
Give me'GETS-IT* every time!"
Tlese" Pretty Girls ra Your
Druggist's Window It's a Good Time
To End Yccr Corns.
That's what they all say the very
first time chey use "GETS-IT." It's
because "GETS-IT" is so simple and
-i ?asy to use?put it on in a few seconds?because
there^is no work or
corn-fooling: to do, no pain that
shoots up to your heart. It gets your
corns off your mind. All the time it's
working?and then, that little old
corn peels right off, leaves the clean,
nt?Tlz50 +>?__<> Tl/1 Vft'.lr
COl'II-ilCO SAlu uuuciutabu t?..u j .
corn is gone! No wonder millions
prefer "GETS-TT". Try it tonight.
"GETS-IT" is sold and recommended
by druggists everywhere. 25c
a bottle, or sent on receipt of price
by_El Lawrence & Co., Chicago. I1L
Sold in Newberry and recommended
' as the world's best corn remedy by
P. E. "Way.
tmm l I
agers elect their Chairman and Clerk.
Polls >at each voting place must tie
opened at 7 o'clock a. m., and closed
at 4 o'clock p. m., except in the Cit7
of C-harlseton, where they shall be
opened at 7 a. m. and closed at 6 p. m.
The Managers have the power to
fill TWAtir.v innd if none of the
Managers attend, the citizens can appoint,
from among the qualified rotera,
the Managers, who, after being sworn,
can conduct the election. I
At the close of the election, the
Managers and Clerk must proceed
publicly to open the ballot box and
r.ount the ballots therein, and con
tinue 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,
or some one designated by the Board,
must deliver to the Commissioners of
Election the poll list, the box con*
* nnd TTTT?t+i3n tp
laming me uanvto auu nw^v.. -^?
merits of the result of the election.!
Managers of Election?The follow-'
ing Managers of Election have heen'
appointed to hold the election at the
various precincts in the said County:
dewberry C. IL
E. Pink Bradley, L. Q. Fellers, C.
Newberry Cotton A ill.
Wm. Johnson, J. W. Franklin, Si T.
W. S. Bickley, R. S. Harmon, Jno.
C. E. Rikard, W. B. 'Albritton, Irby
O. I cii rvci
L. S. Henderson,,/William D. Rutherford,
L. P. Miller, Jr.
Luther I. Long, David C. Spearman,
"VV. B. Whitney, A. H. Maybin, David
S. A. Jeter, Jno. W. Seott, Marvin
Charlton Cromer, Sr., Lambert H
Chandler, Ben H. Caldwell.
. v Jalapa. m
Rufus M. Werts, Willi2m Miller, Osi
(WSlliam T. Buford, J. T. Sterling,
Henry T. Longshore. !
Arthur P. Werts, George P. Boulware,
K. S. Stillwell.
R. E. Hollingsworth, William H.
Sanders, H. C. Fellers.
J, L. Holloway, William R. Smith,
Jr., J. B. Scurry.
Jno. A. Schumpert, James R. Boulware,
Walter I. Herbert. " j
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J. Ambrose DommicK, j. jtsurr jlmunis,
Jno. H. -Crosson. ;
Jacob W. Warner, Jacob A. Bowers,
E. T. Mayer.
Prof. I'M, Hunter Caldwell, J. W.
George, C. G. Counts.
Jolly Street, |
C. Albert Ricliardson, George I.
ir-sriQTvi Tamw H. Sease.
IX1JL1MJ. -14., v
Central School House*
Pickens 0. Setzler, John D. Koon,
Thomas 0. Bundrick. i
W. ?. Folk, B. M. Suber, 0. A.
Mt. Bethel i
Jno P. Wicker, T. W. Harmon, William
H. Suber. I
J. W. Lominick, George Wicker, Jno.
Louther '"vM Shealy, James H. Wise,
T. X. Shealy.
Chrence E. Wicker, W. B. Frank
iin, M. L. Long.
TV. Pink Smith, Aca D. Johnson,
J. T. Xorris. Cris S. Ruff, James S.
"VV. W. Berley, Henry S. Cliapman,
J. Sidney Stoudemeyer.
The Managers at each precinct
nrmed above are requested to delegate
one of their number* to secure the
box and blanks for the election from
the undersigned, Chairman, or George
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<C. Swittenourg, uieia, uu ,
November 4th, 1916, at the Old Court
House, at Newberry, S. C.
LAMBERT W. JOXES, Chairman,
J. B. T. SCOTT, |
B. H. HERREN,
^ATnmicd'Anprs of Federal Election
for Newberry County, S. C.
GEORGE C SWttTTENBTOG, Clerk.1
October 19th., 1916.
Sr\I>AY SCHOOL CO?EXTIO>
M'MBEB X1NE TOWNSHIP |
.' Program for Sunday School asso-1
elation of No. 9 township to be held at j
St. Luke's church October 28th, at4
ten o'clock a. tm.
Devotional exercise by Rev. E. P.
The duty of the church to the Sun- |
day school, by Rev. W. C. Bailey.
The duty of the Sunday school to
the church, by Rev. Shealy.
The cradle roll and its practical
value to the Sunday school, by Mrs.
t\ A. UOUU13.
The 'banner school, by Mrs. M. C.
Measuring the Sunday school on the
district chart, by T. A. Dominick.
Devotional exercises by Rev. J. B.
i HC Uigailiscu tiaaa 1UI nuuno uj
Jas. F. Epting.
The growing teacher, by Rev. White.
Practical methods of improving the
JL V/ 1\ k
One 1916 New Fori Touring
n :les. Will sell at a bargain.
One 1913 Model Studebaker
One 1014 Model fcord Tourin
One 1912 Model Ford RoadMs
One 1912 Buick Roadster, a b
One ic, ? Maxwell Demonst1::
One j 6 maxvvcli Roadster a
On-j 1913 Motorcycle at $75.
One Mule in go id ord r'and 2
When in the market for a neu
of the best in ikes for the mone
land 585500. Chalmers $115
And Special 1
R. R. To COL
Account of the State
Jubilee October !
The C. N. and L. will sell v<
bia, S. C? on account of the abo
Extra coaches will be provid<
and special trains will be nperat
and return cn Tuesday, Wedn<
week. Special train will leave '
rive in Columbia 9.42 a m. Le;
' * ~ T--r^ T O 11 t-OT-ie Of /
St ^,OU 111 , dlliVC Jvau iv.no u c The
following fares have bee:
ing points, which include admis
For further informat
E. A. TA
elementary cork, by >lrs. Cronk and
Mrs. R. C. Hunter.
Ea-ch school is requested to send
three delegates. Superintendents and
officers are members ex officio.
T. A. Dominick, District President.
MR. JOHS K. JLTTLL
iT AMERICAN BUREAU
Columbia, Oct. 17.?The checking of
th? -state -warehouse office by the official
auditors waa practically com-:
pleted this afternoon when Secretary:
Jno. K. Anil was given a certificate |
by State Auditor W. W. Bradley and |
"ertified Public Accountant Walton to
tie effect that the books, records ?nd j
bank balances of the office in his ;
charge were correct Mr. Anil's resig
nation as secretary to the commis-;
sioner took effect tonight, and beginning
with tomorrow morning he
will devote his time to the management
of the Columbia news bureau of
The Charleston American.
"T ..wish both Mr. Allu and The
American mighty well," said Senator,
Car, has been run about 500
in first class shape, newly
r Car. a bargain at ?130.00.
?r, [tr.rgain at $75.oo.
argairi at $r50.* Tires good,
.tor, will sell at a b iTgain.
it bargain price of $"400.00.
T:res good and machine in
ibo one pony and buggy.
r car see us as we have three
y. Maxwell $635.00. Oak0.00.
) RATES I
[rain Services |
A ' I
:rry & Laurens |
UMBIA, S. C. I
Fair and Harvest
23 to 27,1916
1 -f ~ 11 m _
tiy IUW Idle iw
id to take care of the travel
ed from Lar "'.as to Columbia
*sday and Thursday of fair
Laurens at 6.50 a m and arive
Columbia, Gervais street
^.oo p m.
a authorized from the follow;sion
to the fair grounds:
ion, write or phone
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
i COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
By .Jno. C. Goggans, C. C. C. P., Acting
Probate Judge, !
i WHEREAS, W. Q. Watkins made suit
, to mc to grant him Letters of Admin;
istration of the Estate and effects of
L. J. Watkins.- i
THBSB ARE, THEREFORE, to cite
1 and admonish all and singular the
' Kindred and Creditors of the said L.
J. Watkins, deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Newberry, S. C.
FTM J O ^
oil iflurMiay, ixuveuiuei <s, iiexi.
after the publication hereof, at
11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause if any they have, "why the
said idministrution should not be
GIVEN under my hand this 18th
day of October, LAnno Domini 1916. j
Jno. . GOGOANS, C. C. C. P. I
Acting Probate Judge.
S A L
1 State Ag
II October 23 to O
|| Greatly Redm
1 qmifl avm
Tickets wiil be sold Oci
(And trains scheduled 1
before noon October
,, ber 30tb
(In addition to regular ti
be operated October 25
Leave Ninety Six
I" Leave Ponnria
RETURNING: Leave Colum
Excursion tickets incli
I [GREAT AGRICl
Continuous and attractive sti
(noon and evening, including b;
cultural parades, high class vat
fancy dress balls, crowning of C
For Excursion Fares and other
W. E. McGEE, A. G.
S. H. McLEAN, D. P.
.1.. ' JL
RUPTURE TXPERT HERE
Well Known Throughout the State*.
C. Li. Haubert, the hernia and truss
expert of Philadelphia, having been recalled
to Newberry following the success
of his late visit with complicated
and difficult cases as made known to
other afflicted friends, can be seen at
Hotel Newberry Monday and Tuesday
October 23 and 24, cheerfully extending
his unequaled experience to all
afflicted or interested in his specialty
without charge, interested parties
invited. Combination truss gives direct
and lateral support stimulating
the incre.+hed circulation thereby closing
the opening through which the*
bowels escape in a short time on theft-v
trace case. No le~ straps to gait
Difficult or complicated cases a specialty.
Examination and advice fre?i
T. E. !
5IA, S. C. I
ctober 2., 1916 I
zed Fares Via ?
tober 21st to Oct 26th i
to arrive in Columbia
27. Final limit Octoi,
[N SERVICE AND I
ains, special trains will
i and 26 on the follow
6.38 a. m. $3.30
7.00 a. m 3.05
.7.20 a 111 2.75
.7.50 a. m.... 2.40 it
,8.10 a. m 2.20 H s
.S-.33 m 2.05
5^8 o itl T. 8 ^
. 9-Oo a. m 1.70
. 9 05 a. m 1.70 |5
10.00 am. .
bi? S.30 p. m.
jde one admission to
JLTURAL FAIR i
XJAPVT7QT TTTRTT TTF
Ill 11V f JL-/k-r X U V/
-eet entertainments every afterma
concerts, floral' and agrildeville
acts. Open air balls,* I (
)ueeu of the Jubilee and many ?A
information apply to agents or
P. A., Columbia, S. C.
A., Columbia, S. C. B
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